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

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

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 11.NUMBER 23.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1938
PRICE FIVE CENTS
UGE MASS
MEETING TO
-BE HELD HEBE
For the first time in many years
Greater 'Miami Jewry will gnther nt
:i huge mass meeting nt which every
adult Jewish organization in the area
will send their representatives to dis-
cuss the proposed Federation of
Jewish Welfare Funds in this area.
Sunday evening. June 12th at 8:00
o'clock in Temple Israel.
Three delegates and a number of
alternates have been named by each
adult Jewish organization of Oreater
Miami. The general public is urged
to attend and will be afforded every
opportunity to take part in the gen-
, ml discussion of the Federation pro-
l Mai.
Rabbi David Fichmnn. a native of
Western Kansas, executive director of
Hie Jewish Charitable and Education
Federation and Executive Secretary
<.f the New Orleans Jewish Welfare
Fund will be the principal speaker
and will tell of the work of Federa-
tions throughout the country. Rabbi
Fichman is known as n speaker of
unusual ability and brings to this
work a knowledge of conditions gained
:i President of the Louisiana State
Conference for Social Betterment.
president of the Tlew Orleans Confer-
ence of Social Work: Louisiana State
Library Association; New Orleans
Chapter American Association of So-
cial Workers: New Orleans Council
of Social Agencies and the New Or-
leans Zionist District.
All are urged to attend. It is
seed that no collections and no ap-
peala for funds will be made.
r
VETERANS
GALLED HOODLUMS
Andnver. N. J.. (WNS)American
war veteran* were called "hoodlum*
by August Klnpprnth. New Jersey
leadi r of the German-American Bund.
in a sjieech before 1.000 Nazis at
Camp Nordlnnd.
II. made the remark when he was
told .1 rumors thnt 300 veterans were
coming to stage a counter-demonstra-
tion. "We can take care of these
hoodlums any time at all. let them
come," he said. Fritz Kuhn. Bund
leader, announced the forthcoming
establishment of ten new Nazi camps.
including four in New York State,
would bring the total to 32.
A new green flag on which a small
picture between the swastika and the
American Flag was intercrossed over
the inscription "Heil Hitler" made its
first appearance nt the meeting. Oth-
er ramps, he said, are to be establish-
ed in Florida. Minnesota and Indiana.
HANSOM IS PAIR
FOB POOF. FREUD
London, (WNS) The release of
Sigmund Freud, father of psychoan-
alysis from Vienna, was made possible
through n heavy ransom paid the
Nazis by his friends, the Daily Herald
asserted shortly after Freud arrived
here. The Herald also said that the
liiii.d States Government saw to it
that the Naais freed him after the ran-
dom was paid.
MEETING A PROBLEM
Will Miami Jewry once and for all sink its petty jealousies
and rise to the occasion when real communal problems and the
welfare of Jewry is involved?
Sunday night, June 12th, at Temple Israel the representa-
tives of every adult Jewish organization in Greater Miami, to-
gether with the general public, will gather to determine whether
or not Oreater Miami Jewry is to have a Federation of Jewish
Welfare Funds.
Let it be understood in the very beginning that this propos-
ed Federation is to be a FUND RAISING INSTITUTION ONLY.
.....it will not attempt to direct public opinion or the wel-
fare of the individual institutions.
Lives there a Jew whose sympathy has not been aroused to
the plight of unfortunate and needy Jewish men, women and
children in our immediate midst? Are there today Jews who are
callous to the groan-} and sufferings of our oppressed and perse-
cuted, our starving brethren in Poland, Roumania, Germany, and
other European countries? Breathes there a Jew whose heart is
still indifferent to Palestine and to the glorious opportunities
there existant, and to what it has accomplished in our own days
.....can any Jew be found whose mind is insensible to the
calls of the sick and needy in the hospitals, in consumptive
homes and similar institutions......
And do we not realize the army of collectors, representa-
tives, executive secretaries and others who swarm down upon
us in droves each and every year to collect for institutions and
causes too innumerable to mention. ... can we not grasp the
fact that of the thousands of dollars contributed by this commu-
nity annually, a considerable portion, a major portion goes for
transportation costs, hotel bills, salaries, commissions and the
rest.....do we want to ignore the fact that many of us have
been contributing to institutions who exist merely in the imagi-
nation of the high pressure collector, simply because we have
been and are disorganized.....
Of course, the Federation will not be a panacea for all ills
of our people.....certainly it will not stop Yeshivos and oth-
er institutions of learning from sending their numerous meshulo-
chim to us to raise funds. ... but it will, if properly aided, be
the means of getting more and more Jews who have previously
contributed nothing at all to any institution to become enrolled
in the ranks of those who are contributors.....it will neces-
sarily bring about a consciousness of duty towards one's fellow
men that has not existed in the hearts and minds of many Jews
throughout this area.....it will see that funds contributed
actually reach the institutions and are not diverted to other reci-
pients.....
But.....and this is most important.....the meeting
Sunday night is but an open forum. ... it is not intended and
will not be permitted to become a cut and dried proceeding. .
it is the expression of the will of the people that is being sought
......"Kol Hamon k'kol Shaddai" the voice of the people
is as the voice of the Almighty.....let the people speak. .
RECTOR DEPLORES
JEW BAITING
New York (WNS)"Total unwil-
lingness to tolerate persecution any-
where forever" is the animating spirit
of the Catholic Church. Monsignor
Michael J. Lavelle. rector of St. Pat-
rick's Cathedral, the largest Catholic
Church in America, and vicar-general
of the Archdiocese of New York, de-
clared in a Pentecost sermon delivered
in the presence of Cardinal Hayes.
Monsignor Lavelle denounced the
expulsion of Jews from their native
lands as "un-Ohristian." declaring
"respect for every human being is a
form of love within reach of all of
us as is the total unwillingness to tol-
erate persecution anywhere fnrevr.
We Catholics have established this in
the United States.
One of the fundamental principles
of our national life is freedom of con-
si donee. At present there is a great
deal of religious persecution in Other
parts of the world, in the Soviet, in
the totalitarian states and of the
Tewsdriving them out of their na-
tive land, making things so hard for
them they can't stay.
"That is totally against the spirit
of Pentecost. The Holy Ghost came
upon the Apostles in the form of ton-
gues of fire to show that faith must
be propagated not only by the sword
but by persuasion. May that spirit
prevail everywhere."
Monsignor Lavelle quoted with ap-
proval from an address made by Lord
Maculay in the British House of
Commons during a debate on the re-
moval of civil disabilities on Jews, and
said that the following words of Mac-
aulay express "the opinion of every
right thinking human being : 'I firmly
believe that in supporting the motion.
I am working for the best interests
of the Christian religion. I would
tliink I insulted that religion if I
imagined for a moment she could tot
exist without persecuting others."
BETH DAVID
HOLDS ELECTION
At the annual dinner for members
of Beth David Congregation, the fol-
lowing members were named to the
Board of Directors for the coming
year: Sidney H. Palmer, Sidney L.
Segnll. Joseph Schwarti, Nat Zalka.
Jack Pallot and Jack August.
These newly elected members of
the Board together with Mesei'.. Stan-
ley ('. Myers. Harry Markowltz. J. M.
Kopelowitz. Mendel Scheinberg. Louis
Wrinkle and Leo Ackerman will
choose the officers at a meetiug next
week from among their number.
Addresses were made faring the
evening by Rabbi Max Shapiro and
a honorary life membership was
awarded to Mr. Isidor Oohen, pioneer
Jewish citizen of this city.
TOR AH ABIDING
GROUP ORGANIZES
HOUSE COMMITTEE
NAMED FOR PROBE
London. (WNS)To promote new
commercial enterprises in Palestine
and elsewhere committed to the ob-
servance of the laws of the Torah and
-the employment of Sabbath observers,
a group of Orthodox Jews have or-
ganized Haoear.- Ltd.. with a paid up
capital of $15,000. T>. A. Pacific!,
former preidents of the Italian Zion-
ist Organisation is manager of the
firm. Other directors are H. A. Good-
man and Dr.-Dnohinsky.
AGED JEWS
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. ,
A special committee of the House
of Representatives will meet today to
prepare for a broad investigation of
"un-American activities" in the Unit-
ed States.
Representatives Dies (Dem.. Texas)
who sponsored the inquiry, heads the
seven-member group- appoint*! yes-
terday bjr Speaker Bankhead! Dies
said the committee would look into
reports of an "extensive, foreign *pj
system" which informants bad -de-
scribed.
Chosen to serve with Dies were
Representatives Healey (Dem.. Mass.)
Dempsey (Dem.. N. M..) Starnes
(Dem.. Ala..) Mosier (Dem.. Ohio.)
Thomas (Rep.. N. J.,) and Mason
(Rep.. 111.)
New York. (WNS IOne hundred
and forty-two members of Congress
from 42 states, including 32 members
of the Senate, condemned the advance
of anti-Semitism in many sections of
the world as a blight on civilization
and a danger to humanity in views cx-
Dreaaed In response to an inquiry by
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, it was announc-
ed here by the American Jewish Con-
gress, of which Dr. Wise is president.
Among those from whom expres-
sions were received were Senator
Borah. Senator Robert F. Wagner.
Senator Frederick Van Nuys of In-
diana. Senator Charles L. McNary of
Oregon. Republican leader: (senator
Porter G. Gerry of Rhode Island and.
Senator Arthur Capper of Kansas.
New Jersey Names
Good Will Body
Trenton, N. J.. (WNS)Following-
in the steps of California, which re-
cently appointed a statewide commis-
sion to foster racial amity, the New
Jersey Senate gave unanimous approv-
al to the Pesin bill creating a perma-
nent good will commission of Iff, five;
Catholics, five Protestants and five
Jews, and -sent it to Governor Moore.
The Assembly had previously passed
the bill.


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MARRUC.E NUPTIALS
TO BE PERFORMED
TV w-oe-.ag af Mm Abee Stn.
daaghter af Mrs. Aaaat Rice. t Mr.
Laais Spectar. m ( Mr. n< Ha
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>:v M-aaai Bail. with Rabat
Max Shapiro afTiciafiag. X frill ae-
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THB JEWISH FLORTDIAH
FRIDAY, JTJNE
CH
TY
PU M LEVINE
NUPTIALS SUNDAY
Mr ilz Sir*. I awl pa Data aa>
aetaare the r-t-rs.re :' ::'.r it-ti-
-.- :.-.-- : v. r V
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-- M:ag; Beach. Tb* eere-
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faaWaM ay a reception. N'cptial a--
*c w21 a rendered by a>e=bers af j^-.v,, M.x ?;ilp:ro of B*th ryavid
?**r. V *^Tl*,,tt* j'"" --1 wita Oaatar
Mr* S*-> """* aafclat homu Hai-man a'U:iax at tie *r-
THRONOn ATTEND
EINER.U.
E-:: I*:v.: Talmod Toraa haU was
-aparitT last Tcwij
aaaratac a*a haaa>a* catbr*d to
-ir rpfct* t ia* ajeaaory of
Hn A i= B. Gr^Mibtrf who died af-
tr a loaf illaea? laft

T\* ":.r:i*' irtaiirr ;:: V M
'' !". -" .-V.-- -
Beara ? >ar!x. catroa "f honor.
T :: :f W^t Pair:
:' b-. r AS K.-'
- Sst bub. Mr and M- ?i-
;-arena of th hridtgroooi.
har* fraai N"w T>rk f.r I
RErEPTTON Ifl
TENDERED
\ awheT of fr!n4 athrH at
rr.* of Rr. and Mm. Mauri**
>farooh*i! last Tu**4ar nirtt to oele-
hira-. rh tw*ntT-hiH weddine anri-
verfarr of Mr. and Mm. Morri* B
Frank, th* pr*sid*nt of B*th Jaoob
f'.nrr*ration. Cantor Mamch*a and
K*l*m*r l?d in th* aingine of
i- Hebr*w and Enlih Bnne.
| th orenint datM
m*nt wen iurTH by the hosts. Amocc
' aaeatl w.re Mrs. M. Goodman '{
N"*w York ait*r '.f Mrs Frank, and
Mr a-.d Mrs Morri. DaMer
and brother-in-law of the Franks.
orricuu vrnx
be iiiiirmi !
it of I Bitterl
Bad Earn i
mal bar.o;t at tl Palatial B
.... p, -.T j... iohj .. oooa. The
Mai
Mr* M rri- Dabler will be
A rjvrt of *v. pat
m-i!! >j> praatatad by
\<-. j. .;.--.
also cj-^-ak d'irinr th* ceremonies.
who will
\t .... M). doff, Mrs. Harry
Mra, B H Laadoa. Mrs.
Mrs. M.'- r. Trarera.
Mra. BeaJ, I>* Vlae Mr. Ida Optner.
tfn Brr,T Weinkle and Mr- B.
v- h?lf of the Tarious wo-
men's orranirarions ther head. Mrs.
Lawta Brown will install the officers.
ifn M Feldman will make a presen-
tation and Rabbi Abraham A. Ke'.i-
acr w!!] sire the benediction. Musi-
cal *l*ctions will he snne by Cantor
Louis Hayman and Mr. M. J. Kop*lo-
v'-rz. The arranrements committee is
haded br Mr'. Mnl'.ie Ante as chair-
man, and M*sdnm*s M. Feldman. M.
Dtibler Sol Rohwartr. Carl Press. S.
Stone. H. Olinhant and Nathan Prira-
Ver. Tn addition t" the officers the
f..'lowinT will be Installed as direc-
rnn Mfadaaaaa M. Rinpa. F.. Gordon.
M K-'Vin. Wolf Cohen. A. I#iho-
- q B hwart*. M. Badancs. N.
Pritakar and WHnan CWa. The pub-
lavitad to attend.
-; ia* hall and at tie Beth
1 Darid pl<-< ia the aid city <*mt*ry. '
eaaaaa ai Emunah
Chaater 0. E. ? were conducted at
-
Mrs Greer.berr can>e *n Miai
11*11 and s^"-n becan:*
- KM in the community. B
Beth Dt-
ITBaatior.. and was rr*a-.-
tac Jearlah Walfan Bureau and ita |
United Jewish Aid
- a number of years.
tin resident* af tweal
years ir. this ar*i she wa one of the ]
:' *> .!-:.!. i>-.mmunal and char-
k-rs. alwaia |iriag of her time I
-y Jtirish cans*. At
the tim* of bar death 'he was treaa-
orer Emunah Chapter 0. F B
waiel md.
Sh* is anrrired by her husband. Mr
' -rf. sereral brothers
rs.


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SAFETY
Place Your Savings Where They
Will Receive Federal Pro-
tection and a Good
Return
We Have ^ q^ On
Always Paid f /Q Savings
EACH ACCOUNT INSURED
UP TO $5,000
PHONE 3-2652
INSURED SAVINGS ^l^%fiOftTCA LOAMS
OHDE FEDERRL
snvincs phd Lonn nssocmTion
* of mmmi +
Ground f la or Congress Bldj.. 109 N. E 5econd flvi.
J. M. LIPTON, Prerident
BOAT RIDE
FOR BENEFIT
A boat rid* on the Seven Seas for
Tuesday erenina. June 21at. i beinr
red by a group of local Jewish
women consisting- of Mesdamea A.
Rubin. Ralph Neufeld. Nat WiDiams.
Leo R. Kupper and Elry Stone for
the benefit of the German Children's
Aid Fund of the National Council of
Jewish Women. Mrs. Ida Optner is
chairman of the Miami committee for
this fund. Those who deaire to aid
this wrothy cause are asked to make
their reservations for this ride with
any member of the Committee.

T. W. H. A. HOIn<
ELECTIONS
The To.,n. Women's Hebrew Asso-
ciation h--ld its annual election last
Tuesday evening when the following
were elected: Mrs. Marian Shindel
praatdent: Mia Gartrada Mandeii
vice-president: Mrs. Pparl Rcisman.
record.ne aecretarr: Mrs. Ann Berger.
oorraapoadinc secretary and Mr.- WO-
linm FriedauiB. treasurer. Plans for
th* installation affair will b* announc.
*d in next week's Jewish Floridian.
The meetini was well attended and re-
- wr* served after the meet-
ing. All members and their friends
rtad to attend the meetines of
I. ^V n. A. on Tuesdav even-
;- p.
s
JINTOR HADASSAH
FJ.ECTS OFFICERS
Mrs. Irvine Querido wa< elected
president for the coming year of Ju.
mor Radaaaah at the meeting Mondav
evening. Other officers chosen |.
elude Miai Belle Tannen. Mrs. Ed-
ward Barmen and Mrs Edward Roth
vic*-pr-.id*rtB: IOm Esther Winer
and atlaa Rosalvn Kl-in. corresnond-
inr secr*tari*s: Mrs. Man Feinberg
financial eor*tarv: Miss Jeanette
Kronenfeld. recording secretary \ Miss
Rarhara Cohn. treasurer and Mis-
Harriet Damenst*in. historian. The
hoard of directors includes Miss Trndv
Bandel. afla* B*ttv Tjiskv Mrs. Aaron
Fair Miss Faye Enrel. Miss Matilda
fVhen and Mis.. Anita Silverman.
New officer, will be installed at a
banquet on Mondav evening. June 27

LEAVES TO ATTEND
r,R\Dl'\TIOX
Mr and Mrs Dave Kahn left Mi-
ami to attend the graduation cere-
OB. Arthur, from the
v of Paaaayltaala. They
will return to the city after the cere-
monies. 4-
MARRIAC.E I>
ANN01"NCED
T marriage of Miss Rosalie Blum-
S lx Falls. 8. D.. to Mr. John
G. I-ui of Miami Beach, was solemn-
ia*d recently at the borne of the bride-
paaai'i riaasr, Miss Polly Lux. Af-
Sunday after- ;<-r an extended honeymoon the couple
make their home at the Angler's
EaateL Miami Beach. Miss Blumberg
was until recently associated with the
H I Braaa, Miami Bach.

R\BBI KAPLAN
OFFICIATES
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan officiated
' -- F-iday at the wedding of Mia*
Frances Helen Bwer. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Bower of Hi-
biscus Island to Mr. Donald <~yril
Frankel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Frsnkl of lying B*ach L^ng Island
M'ami B*ach.

B-NAI B'RITH TO
HOLD MEETING
One of the nv.: important meetings
o fth* year will be held by the local
B'nai B'rith Iyvfo* next Toaadaj eve-
ring. June 14th. beginning at 6 M
o'clock in Beth David Talmud To rah
hall. Reports of the red al F:th Dis-
- r .- -.: ~ will b* given by the
delegates. Intimate facts regarding
anti-Defamatk-n work of th* di-trict
and eartaia asronnding developments
of intert to every Jew in this area
will be told for the first time in Mi-
ami at tni meeting. AH members of
B'nai B'rith are urged to attend as
none of these facts will appear in
print or told to the general public
ds'where.

AVXOFNCE BIRTH
OF SOS-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kotkin an-
nounce the birth of a son on June 7
at the University hospital. Both moth-
er and baby are doing nicely. The
bri will be held Sunday afternoon.
RETURNS TO CITT
Mr. Bill Pallot. son of Mr. an 1
M.--. Moe* Tallot, returned to the
Ottj from Cumberland fnivr-iiv
where he is a law student.
SPIEGELMAN-COHEN
EM.AI.KMEN TA.NNOLNCED
The engagement of Miss Mtrthi
Speigelman. daughter af Mra, M
Speigelman of 1420 N". W, BciaaA
court, and Murray Cohen, log of yr
and Mrs. Iaidor Cohen of 1876 S w
Tenth Street waa announ^ ],_
week. The wedding date hs i t \ltn
set.
Miss Speigelman has !ir. |a Miami
for 15 years and aradua'ed f--.a f^^
ida State College for Women, when
she waa a member of Delta I'M jVjj.
Ion aorority. She is a mrmaa? of
Hialeah junior high school -T
Mr. Cohen, a member of \ri,mj
family which settled b*r* i- 1 sfte) aill]
has actively participated h -' .- rity-s
growth, waa gradnated fraai tat Tni-
veriiry of Florida and wa ? '"'mber
of the Zeu Beta Tau fraternity,

TRI BETA HOLDS
HOUSE PARTY
The Tri B*ta Sorority i =
its annnal house party which began
June Ota at 1-W1 TTaaalinl hi Atfow
Miami Beach. Blanket invitation
were sent to the following f-.iterni-
ties and sororities: Pbi Re*-, DaHa,
Tan Epilon Phi. A. Z. A
Council. Sioga Fraternity. I
Sorority. T. M. H. A. and I
Ion Phi. The program
Monday. June 6. Open Hoaae; Wed.
nesday. Jun* 8. Parent's Night: Sun-
day. June 12- Formal dance. '
lowing members are attend:
house party:
Jane Bronn*r. Dorothv Morri Berl
Rippa. Ethel Mintxer. Shi-'- .--
Harriet Palmer. Betty and
Barnett. Eva Wernicoff. B)
ling. Frances Katz. Lenor* I.- w Per-
gy Goldsmith, and Jean W r|
Chaperoning the girls is M-- S
All friends are cordially in-,
visit the sorority house part
week.

TO HOLD
CARD PARTY
The Pioneer Women's Organization
of Greater Miami will inaugural th*
summer season of activity with a card
party on Sunday evening, June 12 at
8.-40 p. m- on the lawn of the hjms
of Mrs. Pauline Rubin, 820 Second
Street. Miami Beach" for the benefit
of the Chalntaim in Palettine. In
charge of arrangement* are Mra.
Handel. Mrs. Pauline Knopp and
Mrs. Pauline Rubin who will act ai
hostesses during the evening. A
j uion charged will be fifty cen:s per
I couple and the public ia invitrJ to
j attend.
ICO
Pair
New longer length that sets the pace
gloves. Embroidered in little sprays of buds in
white with pink, pink with blue and blue with
pink. Of cool Airynette that washes well As seen
in May 15th Vogne. Sizes 6 to 7 in the
GLOVKB, STREET FLOOR
group.
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Phone. 2-1141; 2-1183
liosday nt the Civic Center. A splen-
did crowd wan on hnnd to help honor
the newly ejected officers. The newly
elected officers will go into n real ses-
sion next Wednesday at their first
hoard meeting with Alvin Grossman
vice-president, presiding.
B'NAI B'RITH
3. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
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Y. M. AND V. W. SELECT
DELEGATES
Tlie following were chosen hy the
Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A. to the*
proposed Federation, delegates: Milton
A. Friedman. E. Alhcrt Pallot. Dr.
Samuel Bookman. Mrs. Samuel Shin-
dell. Mrs. R. Stepkin and Mrs. Wil-
liam Friedman. Alternates : Dr. Har-
old Rand. Alvin Grossman. Al Rosen-
fe]d. Harry Gordon. Mr. Pont. Miss
L. Simiriok and Harry Schwartz.
BRIEFS
FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1938
VOLUME 11NUMBER 23.
Y. W. H. A. SPONSORS GIRL
SCOUTS
Miss Eleanor Marcus. Scout Mis-
tress of the newly formed Girl Scouts
requests all girls ten to sixteen years
of age to join with them. They meet
every Trnrsday at the "Y" recreation-
al building at 7:30 p. m.
By E. ALBERT PALLOT
Orchids to the members of the Or-
lando Lodge and the Ladies Auxiliary
for the grand reception given to the
delegates and visitors to the District
Convention.
The Minini delegates played n very
important part in the meeting and
had delegates on all important com-
mittees.
THE AMERICAN PRESS
It is indeed encouraging to all of us who daily read of the
atrocities in Europe and man's inhumanity to man to read the
press of this area and to see their Americanism and understand-
ing of real tolerance.
We have just had directed to our attention a rather splendid
and discerning editorial appearing in The American Eagle pub-
lished every week at Estero, Florida, in its issue of June 2nd,
entitled "Racial Nationalism to save the White Race." Its edi-
tor, Mr. A. H. Andrews in this publication of the well known
and respected Koreshan Community on the Tamiami Trail re-
views at length some of the contemptible un-American anti-
Semitic outbursts of some of Florida's racketeering Jew baiters,
and in conclusion Mr. Taylor puts it rather in terse American
language. "Behind this seemingly patriotic front of "Racial
Nationalism" there is evidently a racket. He concludes, does
this American editor by saying "if the literature sent me by Mr.
..........is to be construed as an invitation to join his new
order I must emphatically decline, for if such is one hundred
per cent Americanism I would have to revise my ideas of pat-
riotism before becoming eligible to apply for membership.
American patriotism is indeed safe in the hands of the press
of this area when men like Mr. Andrews are at the helm. We
congratulate Mr. Andrews and the Koreshan Community.
.HNIOR "Y" NEWS
With President Hymen Merlin on
vacation for the past three weeks up
Georgia way. Miss Ray U, Shochet.
vice-president took over the reigns and
handled the situation most capably.
Robert Kaplan in charge of the Ways
and Means committee announces that
they will hold their much talked of
dance and get-together thil Monday
June 13 at the "Y" dubrnoms. Ad-
mission two-bits to visitors and gratis
to members. Come one come all. Ev-
erybody cordinl]y invited.
The outstanding event of the con-
vention took place when .1. Looia Sho-
chet, spokesman of the Miami delega-
tion, delivered a masterful address in
favor of the minority report of the
budget committee, after which, it was
adopted by an overwhelming majority.
Incidentally. Hurry Simonlioff and .1.
Louis Shochet brought in the minority
report.
WhunL
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
MRS. SAMIEL SHINDEL IS
EIJCCTED PRESIDENT Y.W.
Mrs. 8amuel 8hindell. vice-president
and a president of *hat organisation
of the Y. W. H. A., for the past year
in 193 was named president at the
annoal election, held last Tuesday.
Other officers are: Gertrude Mandell.
Tice-president; recording secretary.
Mrs Pesrl Reisman: corresponding
secretary. Mrs. Ann Berger and treas-
urer. Mrs. William Friedman
Elected to the board of directors
are: Mrs. Roberts. Mrs. Rosen. V*.
Welntraub, Dor. Rosenhouse. Id.
Engler Mrs. H. Msndell. Mrs. Joe
gyman'. Betty Tobias and Molly Apte.
DIAMONDBALL NEWS
In two hectic games played lt
Tuesday the "Y" emerged even-steph-
?n for their efforts. Marine A. <-.
with only one victory to their credit
in 13 games, turned their wrath on
the "Y" and won by a 7 to 6 score.
The boys completely rejuvenated from
their defeat came back in the second
game of the evening to whitewash the
league leading Shayne Drug team '1
to 0. The first game went into extra
innings due to a timely homerun by
the tenm's latest sensation Benny Gil-
man. In the second game Hy Sachs
proved master of the situation allow-
ing but one scratch hit keeping him
from his second no-hit no-rnn game.
Including games of Saturday there
are five members of the team hatting
above the 300 mnrk. Leading the
Reach league is Jack Fnrley of the
Shayne team followed closely by
Bonny Gilman. Davis Lackawiti. Sam-
mv Tendrich. Harry Golden and lOf
Mcyorwitr.. all of the Y. M. H. A.
TEAM BATTING AVERAGE
AB R H Pet.
Shayne Drug.... Stfi 107 102 323
Y M. H. A.....321 70 8S 25
Civic League ...311 W
Beach A. C.....252 0 3 204
Naval Reserve ..190 30 44 221
Marine A. C. ..313 45 61 199
LEAGLE STANDINGS
Including games of June 7th.
GENERAL NEWS IN AND
AROUND TOWN
Milt Saslow. newly elected Y. M. H.
A. board member left with wifey for
a month's vacation to New York. Abie
Rcrkowitz. elected president of Siogns
and Dave Kronberg appointed chief
columnist for Sioga highlights column
eongrats. Miss Dot (1030 May
Queen) Davis and Davis (Bambino)
LacknwitJi wi)l he merged next Sun-
day. June 19th at the Shoreham Hotel
Mazel Tov.
C-A-T spells what? that's what the
Y. W. is going to try and find out at
their spelling be to lie announced
shortly. In the meantime you renders
can look over a dictionary.
How would you like to see a dia-
mondbn]l battle between our Y. If. H
A. and T'tiea Club Beer. Hy Sachs
vs. Frank Tupiien. not had eh. what.
My Mom and Pop left for good Chi-
cago and will be nway until the fall,
now for a bachelor's life.
Above all ,,'t ,,K remember to at-
tend the Sioga Fraternity annual
dance for the benefit of the Y. M. H.
A. building fund. Sunday. July 19th
at the beautiful Royal Palm Club.
At the head of the District Grand
Lodge, we have some outstanding men.
Our President Harry Adelberg, of
Raltimore. young, able and enthusias-
tic. Our first vice-president, Alvin
Kartns. of Asheville ,N. C. able at-
torney, who played an important part
in ridding the State of North Caro-
lina of Policy of the While Shirts,
Our second vice-president. Ike Levin
SOCIETY
MAIMOMDES" TO
BE SUBJECT
"Abraham ibn Bara," whom Robert
Browning calls Balibi l"" Kzra wn8
the topic of Dr. Wolfson'i address be-
fore the Bpinoaa Group last Saturday.
Dr. Wolfson has erected n beautiful
large canopy, to protect the group
from rain or excessive sunshine, so
that the group may .....itiniic open oir
meetings every Saturday.
Miss Sonya Bogart again sang and
Mr. Daniel Lawrence led in commu-
nity singing. Mr. Tapper of Wash-
ington and Miami spoke, briefly and
Mr. I. Braveman. 78 years, contribut-
ed to the general discussion.
Next Saturday afternoon at 3:00
o'clock the group will meet for the
2.r)tli time this season, on the lawn at
111.".!) Collins Avenue. Miami Beach.
Dr. Wolfson will give the third talk
on the Golden Age of the Spanish
Jews. The subject will be "Moses
Maimonides." All are welcome. Thcro
is no charge.

CIVIC LEAGUE
NAMES OFFICERS
Stanley Jacobs wn- elected president
Of the Civic League Of Miami Bench
at a meeting yesterday. Other offi-
cers elected were Harry Zukerniek
and Dr. Leonard Finn. vioo-presl-
d>nts: Jacob It. Ehrlich. secretary
ami Leo Blsenstcln. treasurer.

VISITS IN MIAMI
need I sny more? As third vice-
president. Eddie Rosenbloom of Wash-
ington, the man who handled the
Grand Lodge meeting with great suc-
cess.
Our good friend. Hyman Jacobs, of
Atlanta, gracefully stepped down from
the bead of the order to that of treas-
urer, thereby preventing a spirited
contest. We are fortunnte to have
Hyman remain in the harness.
A few impressionsSidney Stern of
North CarolinaA Solomon pouring
words of wisdom upon troubled wat-
enJoe WUensky of Jacksonville, a
militant King David.
Or. Joel Ebrens returned to Miami
from New York Citv where he re-
cently graduated from the New York
University College of Dentistry. He
is an alumnus of the University of
Miami and while in 'he city is the
KOMI of Mr. and Mrs. A. Axelrod
for n brief vacation before resuming
practice.

CAMP WOHELO
TO OPEN
Cnmo Wnb'lo. owned and .Inrote.!
rv Ber'hn V. Levy will open its ninth
season JoU 1st A large grounp f
Mla-it e-imn-rs w'.V Kivc on June 30
via Seaboard Air Lin*, in charge Of
Mrs Ed-"l IMeJhnail. "" H-exel
Avenue. Miami *<*. Mrs. F-icd-
mnn wi'l be glad to efs*> informa-
tion concerning Wohelo. to parent-
interested.
Jacksonville Notes
Things I'll long rememberR. J.
Cohen of Orlando maintaining his
parliamentary rightsthen Monday
night, with poise and dignity, presid-
ing as toastmaster at the banquet-
Leo Eisenstein and his Miami Glee
Club pepping up the banquets during
the dull moments
Dr. Barney Weinklc's skillful im-
personations
Hy Roth's activities in preserving
political peace
Team..........
Shayne Drng ...
Y. M. H. A......
Civic League ....
Miami Beach A. C.
Naval Reserve ...
Marine A. C.....
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Everybody out for the games next
Monday and Tuesday.
Y. M. H. A. NEWS
E Albert Pallot. past president of
the "V and elected to a three year
term on the board, was the recipient
of a beautiful gift from the organisa-
tion presented to bim st the diamond-
ball installation and dance last Wed-
Miss Mary Frances Lippman, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Philip
Lippman. will become the bride of Ir-
ving Levin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Levin. Sunday afternoon. June 12. in
the lounge of the Woman's Club. Dr.
Israel L. Kaplan, rabbi of the Temple
Ahaveth Chesed. will officiate.
The bride will be given in marriage
by her father and will be attended by
her cousin. Miss Alise Lippman. as
maid of honor: Mrs. Maurice Hartley.
Miss Sarah Flnkelstein and Miss Edith
Levin, sister of the bridegroom, as
bridesmaids. Beverly Safer will be
the flower girl. Abe Levin will serve
his brother as best msn snd grooms-
men will be Msurice Bartley. Benja-
min Rothschild. Maurice Goldstein
snd Ssm Shspiro of Miami.
Ushers will be Leon Robbins of
Gainesville. Sidney Kass and Melvin
MargoL
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Alderman an-
nounce the birth of a son, Jerry Lee.
on Tueedsy. May 81. Mrs. Alderman,
prior to her marriage, was Mies Irene
Greenmsn.
Did the Miami contingent enjoy the
meetingask any memher and learn
what yon missedthen, plan on at-
tending the State Convention to be
held nt West Palm Reach on Septem-
ber 4th and Sth.
OTT MATT P4WP WmMWJI
TO GO ON TWTAL JUNE 27th
Riverbed. L. T.. fWVSlTMno
ot.1, was set as the date of the tr-nl
of O." six offlHsH "t "" Oormn-
\me-ion Leaane. Tnc. onoraor of
Y7.i Can". Reiafrio.1 ft Te-Ml*- on
ehnrs*. of violn.-r. Section ISA Of <>""
o-on <"::' ** T ""' " oath-hound or":i"e/-";' *" fi,,> n
roster f m-mtoi *! <" S-orotnrv
of S'eto. T'.e of'Wi-ls who have
ton Indicted bv the Snff.dk Coon-v
r!rn,l To-v ell ..V.noV.1 r-ot "i'v
..->. .mw T,l.... t, Vorro- nni. Tl. rte-mnn-
Amerienn Le"ie f snhrfdlafy of
the German-American Bund.
Things T wont you to remember-
Ben 1a- Vine is unhappy because he
has made no deposits for several days
make him happy by paying your
dues.
B'nai B'rith picnic in July, with
West Palm Beach members as our
guests
Washington and Raltimore Lodges
are trreatening leadership supremnry
We need more members
Important business meeting. Tues-
day. R:15 p. m.. June 14th at Beth
David Talmud Torab. Refreshments
will be served.
Thanks Al where they will visit Mrs. Stern's
mother, Mrs. F. Bandrimer and ber
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Shain.
jffwn nvmnnovtt twits wn
REVISE 8ABBATH LAW
Tripoli. (WNS)Revision of the
law which obliges the Jews of Tripoli
to keep their establishments open on
Saturday was promised by King Vic-
tor Emanuel to a delegation of Jew-
ish leaders that called n him during
his state visit to this Dalian >Jorth
African colony. The King was, re-
ported to be greatly pleased with th
reception accorded him hy the Jews
and after receiving a pledge of loyalty
and a petition ashing for the revVien
of the law promised that he would
have it amended. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldberg an-
nounce the birth of a daughter on
Thursday, June 12.
Mr. snd Mrs. I. Stern of Steuben-
' ville. Ohio, are leaving their borne by
motor today for a trip to this city
As a rubs for general conduct the
Talmud has the following to offer:
"A man should always give the soft
answer that turns away wrath, in-
Among the pioneers in the estab-
lishment of European newa-agrtciee
two and possibly three were jWs,
nsmely Renter. Wolff and Havas.
The Jewish origin of Havas, however,
is difficult to verify. AU three agen-
cies are well-known tor their news
coverage service.
creasing peace with hie brethren and
relatives and with all men, even the
heathen in the street, so that he may
be beloved of God and man."
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FBIDAY, JUNE 10, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
STRICTLY CQNFIDENT IAL
DID YOU HEAK?
in Newark) N. J.. tlnre'i a highly
respected attorney of German amaatry
by the name if Otto Sticfel, who's the
New Jersey legal representative for
J'litz Kuhn, fuehrer of the Cicrmun-
Ameriean Uund. From a lands-
mun of Stiefel we learn that his fath-
er, Edouard Stiefel, was a Jew who
hailed from Rheinpfalz, but his moth-
er was a Christian.....Eduoard
came to Amcriea some 50 or 60 years
ago and was an agent in New Jersey
for Anheuser-Busch beer.....A
cousin, Dr. Benno Stiefel. is a promi-
nent gynecologist in New York and
it known as a Jew. Another cou-
sin belongs to one of New Jersey's
'leading Reform temples. Did you
see page 22 in the June issue of
Judge? .... It*R n striking predic-
tion of an anti-Nazi revolution in
Germany, to take place "soon*'.....
Here's hoping The Judge is a good
jirophet too. which reminds us
of a new anti Hitler lalute, introduced
at one of the Theatre Arts Commit-
tee's political cabarets. You raise
your right arm as the Nazis do. and
loudly exclaim : "Heel!"....
DON'T FORGET
Whether or not von believe the re-
port that Harry Walsh, Jersey City's
chief of policer' Void Representative
I'Cnnnell that "Jews nre making all
the trouble in Jersey City." we hap-
pen to know that the son-in-law of
me of Jersey City's leading Jews, and
a Hague appointee, said that of all
the Jersey City politician! Walsh is
the only one who cou'il have made
sueh n statement. Pi^iple who ask
why the Department of Justice hasn't
made public its report on Nazi activi-
ties are told that it would cost too
much.' as the report fills IS volumes.
.... The fact is. though, that the
report will be made public as soon as
the Congressional probcrs get to work
on the Nazis.....A good deal of
the evidence linking Nazis to the in-
ternational spy ring now being probed
by Uncle Sam came right out of that
report. .... The vote on the reso-
lution authorizing the Congressional
inquiry was not recorded because too
many Congressmen feared to antag-
onize German-American voters.....
Rut we can tell you the count was
TOO to 33. ... A well-informed Jew-
ish authority in Wisconsin tells us
that the controversy over the ousting
of a Jewish student as editor of the
University of Wisconsin paper is not
a clear-cut ease of anti-Semitism. .
Badieal vs. conservative and Indepen-
dent vs. fraternity are the real issues
involved.....Students who ousted
the Jewish editor did make anti-Semi-
tic cracks in private, but almost the
very next day they recanted and in-
sisted that these statements were
made in the heat of controversy and
did not represent their real opinion. .
. All of which makes tts wish we
knew enough Latin to compose their
appropriate pnrnphrase of "In vino
veritas." But how can you blame
the students when, not so long ago.
Ralph M. Tmmell. adjutant general of
the Wisconsin National Guard, made
the public pronunciamento that "there
nre too many Jews on the Wisconsin
campus?.....
FOREIGN NOTES
The papers missed a swell story
when they overlokocil the recent death
in T.omhcrg of I.eihush Wahl. a direct
descendent of that Snul Wahl who.
according to legend, was king of Pol-
and for a night during the Middle
Ages. The recent blighting of the
romance between Prince Michael Rad-
ziwill and a Polish Jewess gives the
Wnlil legend even mroe timely inter-
est, for Wahl became king through the
influence of a Radziwill whom his
father had befriended. The grand
children of Paul Ehrlieh. the German
Jew who won the NJobcl Prize in medi-
cine in 1008. are reported to be home-
less and penniless. The Chinese
can be assured that at leant four of
the group of German milifmv strate-
gists who have been ordered home by
the Reich authorities will not obey.
. They're non-Aryans. Eu-
ropean musical circles are chuckling
at the great, to-do the Nazis made
over the 12;">th anniversary of Richard
Wagner's birth. For there's a
deal of evidence that T.udwig Geyer. a
converted Jew. was Wagner's papa,
which would make the musical lau-
reate of the Third Reich treif.....
Every Jew in the town of Boskovitz.
Czechoslovakia, has taken an oath not
to speak German as long as that lan-
guage is being used to spread hatred
of the Jewish people. May 2."ith
has been proclaimed an annual day of
mourning by the Jews of Hungary
and will become part of the Jewish
calendar.....May 25th is the dav
the Hungarian Senate passed the anti-
Jewish numerous clansus law.....
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JERSEY JITTERS
A committee representing four Im-
portant national ruhbinical groups is
Investigating the ngm. between the
Jersey City Jewish Center and Rabbi
Plotkin's Congregation Einanu-i I. .
The situation them so hot that it
has even split families.into opposing
camps. The children of an ex-
presiilent of the congregation wont
speak to him, because he's against
Plotkin. Another ex-president,
who's also anli-Plotkin. is a brother-
in-law of Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver,
who sent Plotkin a warm message of
upper!.....Just in case von think
the fight is a straight issue of Mugu-
ism vs. anti-Hagtiism, yon ought to
know that among the center directors
who voted to oust the congregation
are twelve men known for their anti-
Hague views and activities, including
one who actually ran for mayor
against Hague on a fusion ticket. .
Our Hagneville gumshoes tell us thai
any number of Jersey City Jews pri-
vately agree with Plotkin's attitude
toward BagUism, but are opposed to
him because they resent his having
dragged a Jewish issue into a broader
fight for civil liberties.....
ABOUT PEOPLE
Most dramatic moment of the Jew-
ish War Veterans' Memorial Day
services in Temple Emanu-EI came
when Chairman J. George Fredman
introduced a gentleman by the name
Of S. Osgooil Andrews and revealed
that he is the great-grandson of Hnvi "
Salomon .... Of nil the messages
and letters of congratulations received
by Henry Mon-kv. new B'nni B'rith
prexy. the one he treasures most is a
teberam in Yiddish from his ncd
mother. ... A loud Bronx cheer f-.*
the New York .Tonrnal-Americ.iii.
Hearst sheet that exploited Martin
Hardenthe young German-Jewish
refugee whose prayer of thankfulness
for living in America created such a
stirby sending him arotind the coun-
try on a speaking tour, and now is
giving him the runaround.....He
was promised an office boy's job, but
despite daily calls and visits he's still
waiting.....One of Pittsburgh's
biggest testimonial dinners is schedul-
ed for June 14th. with Harry Schaf-
fer. commander-in-chief of the Jewish
War Veterans, as guest of honor. .
The Jewish National Fund is about
to open a new volume of the Golden
Book, and is offering prizes for the
best design. The new volume will
be the sixth since 1002, This roll
of honor contains 21.500 names. .
Yehndl Menuhin will spend port of .iis
honeymoon learning to play the bag-
pipes. Anil as a newly elected
honorary member of the Gordon High-
landers of Edinburgh he has to be
able to play 'em. There's a gym-
nastics instructor in Washington who
works out with Secretary of the Treas-
ury Morgenthau every morning, and
then hies himself ov.r to do the BUI
with Nazi Dfeckhoff.....Amelia
Weitseh, who until a couple of weeks
SgO was secretary to Dr. Hoinrich
Neumann, the world-famous Viennese
ear and nose specialist, l"it who is
now a refugee in this country. telD
ns that the story about Neumann re-
fusing to treat Hitler is just plain
hoey. She made all Neumann's
appointments for years, and won'I
have known had he refused to minister
to the Peuhrer.....The author of
the much-discussed "Eagle Forgot-
ten." a biography of John Altgold
fthe governor of Illinois who pardnoed
the defendants in the Haymarket
bombing.) signs himself Harry Barn-
aril, hut his real name In Harry Klet-
zky. and he hails from Denver.....
0RAYN00
"OUR LIGHT "
BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER. EDITOR
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
E0LA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
1012 HARWELL STREET ORLANDO, FLA.
Services 8:18 p. m. Sermon by-
Rabbi Skop. 'Further Steps Toward
Unity in Orlando." Services will
continue as usual Saturday morning
at 7 :00 a. m.
HEARTIEST MAZBL TOV
The community wishes to congratu-
late the parents and loved ones who
have announced their weddings in the
coming weeks. Sunday. July 10th.
Miss Dorothy Baker to Mr. Morris
Gordon at a private home ceremony
for immediate relatives and friends.
Miss Ruth Esther Rosen to Mr. Joe
Wlttenstein Thursday afternoon. Au-
gust 11th. at the Synagogue. Rabbi
Skop and Cantor Leshinsky will offi-
ciate.
CONFIRMATION SERVICES
A Racked Synagogue of Jews and
non-Jews witnessed the impressive
confirmation services on Monday
night. June 6th. The clam of Iftftfl
was comprised of Misses Ethel Plan-
ner. Pearl Haimowits, Mildred Haim-
owilz. Shelin Spilkv, Marian Hoff-
man. Normo Wlttenstein, Patricia
Nadlcr and Messrs. Sanders Kottie-
man, Daniel Wlttenstein, Oscar Ta-
tenbaum. Charle Sshader anil Louis
Landau, absentia. The C]n*J present-
ed to the synagogue ami to Rabbi
Skon lovely silver Sabbath Goblets for
Ki presented to the continuants by Mr.
Gus Baer and Mrs. Louis Jacob of the
school board. Musical numbers were
nresented by Mrs. Bell Hoffman. Miss
Ap'ce Steiuholtz Mr. Morris Gordon
and Mr. Eli Haimowilz. The recap-
tion anil dance sponsored by the par-
ents of the eoufirmnnts following the
Services was most successful. T,ovely
printed programs were made possilde
by contributions from friends.
JACOB MEMORIAL VOLDMB
At the Yiskor services held Shev-
uotis. Mr. Louis Jacob, in the name
of his mother, sisters and brothers,
presented a beautiful Golden Book to
record loved ones who have passed
away and to honor those who are n]ive
for service in the Jewish community.
In the Rook of Life will be recorded
the names of people who served with
distinction in the Jewish community.
Reservations are now being made with
Mr. Joseph K. Wolf, president of the
Congregation.
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The Rabbi expressed his heartiest
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TH1 .TTgWISH FLOBIDIAN
FRIDAY, JUNE 10,
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A. K.ELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3 5192
aft.-
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Dally: Shachrls at 8 a. m.;
Mincha at 5:30 p. m.; Maariv,
15 minutes after aunset.
Sabbath services: Friday
evening at 5:30 p. m.; Satur-
day mocBing at 9:30 a. bi.; Sat-
urday afteraoon at 515 p. m.
SABBATH SERVICES
Before Mussaph. Rabbi Kellner
will -peak briefly on the "Priestly
Benediction" the laws of which are
contained in the weekly Biblical por-
tion. At 5:30 p. m., the class in Pir-
kel Ahoth will meet and Mincha ser-
ricM will I- h.l'l at 6:30 p. m. Fol-
lowing the service. Shalos Sudath U
held in the vestry room at which time
the Rabbi will lead a discussion on
the current topic of "Federation."
ANNUAL PICNIC CARDED
The annual children's picnic will be
h'lil this Sunday. June 12. Starting
nt 10:00 a. m.. the children will leaT
from the Synagogue for Holly .....i
A truck has especially been provided
for by Mr. A. Pep|'r the treasurer of
the congregation. Refreshments will
- : ved free to the children of the
Hebrew and Sunday Schools and par-
ent! are urged to come and help us
make the affair an outstanding sue-
. -.. We especially request those who
have cars to come early and help us
with the problem of transportation.
There will be games and contests ga-
lore with valuable prizes awarded to
ihe winner*. Mr*. Charles Tannen-
baum i general chairman of arrange-
ments.
IAZEL TOV
We extend sincere and heartfelt
Mazcl Tov greetings to Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph Daum. memhers of our Con-
gregation whose daughter. Rosalyn.
will be united in Holy Wedlock with
Mr. V. Levine this coming Sunday.
HABANOTH NOTES
The pirls of the Habanoth will not.
as originally planned, adjourn for
the summer, hut will instead meet
from time to time subject to the call
of their sponsor. Mis. Abraham Kell-
ner. At a special meeting lield on
Tuesday morning. June 7. the club
went on record to sponsor for the ben-
efit of the building fund of the pro-
posed new Talmud Tornh.
gave the welcome address
opening prayer by Rabbi Adolph Bur-
ner Reports were made by commit-
tee chairmen. Mr. A. R- Berger was
installing officer and also serve.1 Oil
the committee of arrangement* Witt
Mr- I Salsl.ury chairman. Mr- M.
Btein. Mrs. .1. Wohl. Mrs. I. Wohl
and Mrs. William Wolfson. MM
Ruth Snlshury sang, accompanied by
\fr Mamie Sparkman Hart, and Mr
M. Bennett and Mrs. M. I- Marcus
took part in a playlet.
Urn O Finman. accompanied her
,,,,,-nts. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Fs-rig
to New Orleans where they will at-
tend the graduation of their son and
brother. Dr. Irving F.s.rig of Tula no
T'niver-ity.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Brvan and daugh-
ter. Shirley Ruth, of Whitesburg. Kv..
are visiting with friends and relative*
in this city.
Scene in a
German Jewb-h Rrfu gee Colony in Palestine.
dent, made a short talk and yearly
reports were given by the retiring
committee chairmen and the presideut.
Mrs. O. Verkauf and Mrs. M. Ben-
nett left recentlv for Miami Bench
Mrs. Verkauf will remain for a few
week*. Mrs. Bennett will remain for
about three months.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
326 Jefferson Avenue
'Phone 6-1328
MAURICE O. MAMCHES. Cantor
726 Meridian Avenue
'Phone 6 2013
Due to the absence from the city of
Rabbi Moses Meschcloff of Beth Jacob
<'ongregatiou, the congregation bulk-
tin will be temporarily discontinued
until the Rabbi's return. The usual
dally and Saturday morning and eve-
ning services continue, as do daily
sessions of the Hebrew School.
Mrs. Ben Hnimnvitz entertained the
Tampa Chapter Junior TTndassah at a
party in her bench home in Olcarwntcr
Beach. The party was given in honor
.f tie success of the annual donor din-
ner dance held May 27. Swimming
and refreshments were enjoyed by r.ll
HIGHLIGHTS
By DAVE KRONBERG
TIMPH NOTES
Arrangements have been completed
for the V. M. H. A. annual picnic
which will be held at Temple Terric?
on Sunday. June 12. As in fonner
years an interesting part of tlr> pro-
gram will consist of aquatic sports
with swimming and diving exhibi-
tions. Indoor games will he Indulged
in as well as nthletics including num-
erous events for children and diamond
ball for the seniors and juniors. De-
licious refreshments will be supplied.
The committee in charge includes
the following: Mrs. T. Segall. Mr*. A.
M. Wolfson. Mrs. H. Peckett. Mrs.
Joe Ahramovitat. Dr. I/con Schwartz,
A. M. Wolfson. B. J. Finman. Dee
Berner. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Markowitz.
Mulius Silvermnn. Abe Silber and Sid-
ney I/inker. A large out-of-town crowd
is expected to make It Tampa's larg-
est picnic, all local clubs and organi-
zations have pledged their support.
Harvey Gildman Witner, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Witner. will be
Bar Mitzva on the night of June 17.
nt which time he will deliver a mes-
sage. "Our debt to Judaism" at the
Temple Rodoph Sholom. Master Wit-
ner will rend the Haftorah the follow-
ing morning. Mr. and Mrs. Wittner
will honor the Bar-Mitzva at a buffet
luncheon to be held at the T. M. H.
A., on Sunday following to a grouo
of friends and relatives.
Miss Sally Rivkind. of St. Peters-
burg, daughter of Mrs. S. Schapiro.
and Jack Weissman. of Tampa, son of
Mrs. I* Cordon, will be married in
DaytOM Beach Sunday. June 12. 11
the presence of a few friends and rela-
tives. Rabbi Kleinfeld will perform
the ceremony. The couple will live in
Tampa after a short wedding trip.
Winnipeg. (WNS)A fine at <"J>
or one month in jail was the Hi
imposed upon Robert Duncan McKay
after his conviction here on a charge
of posting anti-Jewish signs on build-
ings. He was under a clause of the
Newspapere Act which forbids hang-
ing posters which do not bear the
names of printer or publisher.
The semi-annual election of officers
]ast Monday night resulted in the ..le-
gation of Abe Berkowitz treasurer to
the office of president. Abe Silver is
?ice-president: Billy Merlin, secre-
tary : Sam Badanes. treasurer; Irvin
Rotfort. member nt large; Tlarnld T.ev-
insnri. deputy and athletic chairman ;
Jyonnrd Margilis. membership chair-
man and Dave Kronberg. publicity.
The officers nil] be installed at the
second annual benefit dance at the
Royal Palm Club Sunday night. June
Iflth.
A service nt which eight young per-
sons were confirmed was held Sunday
night at Schaarai Zedek Temple.
Those confirmed were Helen Dorothy
Fdelson. Shirley Kaufman. Helen I,u- I
cille Kotler. Marilyn M. Levy. Joseph
Morton Mnas. Evelyn Ruth VanGil-
rl.r. fVcile Isabel Waterman and Leo
Miller Weiss.
FORMER ROTHSCHILD
BANK IN VIENNA FIRES
JEWISH EMPLOYEES
The H. S. D. Club entertained at
a formal dinner party last M0nd.1v
night in the Don Qniote room of Col-
umbia Restaurant, honoring Miss
Evelyn Weber, Miss Hannah Isaac-
son nnd Miss Florence T.utz. memb. rs
of the club who graduate from school
this week. Miss Weber was escorted
by Buddy Aronovitz. Miss Isaacsvi
by Willie Oster and Miss Lutz by
Sam Argintar.
The A. Z. A. met last Tuesday
night at the T. M. H. A., at this time
delegates were elected to attend the
Southern Regional Convention to he
held in Augusta. Ga.. June 11 and 12.
Eonis Morris, president and Sam Ar-
gintar. treasurer, were chosen dele-
gates and will leave Saturday morn-
ing. June 11 nnd will be in Augusta
Saturday and Sunday, returning Mon-
day morning. Irving Peckett and
Sam Weber were chosen alternates.
The local Chapter again conducted
the services last Friday night nt the
Rodoph Sholom Synagogue. Samuel
Weber acted as cantor for th" evening
and Sam Burger singing the "Kid-
dush.'. T.onis Morris, president, again
gave the sermon. A laree nnd we'l
pleased crowd attended the services
for the second time.
Vienna. (WNS)The Creditan-
salt. Austria's biggest bank, which
was formerly headed by Baron Eouis
de Rothschild, now under arrest, has
dismissed all but six of its 112 Jew-
ish employees. The six who have
been retained are wounded war vet-
erans. The recently published de-
ore providing for the dismissal of
non-Aryans from the civil service
grants disability pensions to employ-
ees of mixed Jewish origin if they
have been in the service more thnn
ten years.
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Your name printed on every chei k
without charge.
No minimum balance ever required.
As little as ?1 opens an a......in 1.
Only cost 10c per check drawn.
No charge for items deposited.
No "Tell-Tale Small-Ac:011m "
The annual benefit dance which
the fraternity Is sponsoring for the
benefit of the T. M. H. A. building
fund will feature T.u Ann Meredith,
dancer from Hollywood. Mickey Bar-
rie. singer. Alice Week, solo dancer,
the Rouse Brothers, rillbilly trio ; Bob
No'sn. M. C. and a sixteen girl en-
semble under the direction of Livonia
Warren. A fine orchestra wi]l pro-
ride dance music and there will be
several impromptu novelty stunts for
the especial benefit of the Slog;* and
their guest". Tickets should be pur-
chased in advance from any member
of the fraternity at only one dollar
per couple.
The officers of the frat. the men*
bers of the dance committee and a]l
of the members are deeply apprecia-
tive of the kind words of commenda-
tion that have been given them for
their efforts to help the T erect a com-
munity center. However, mere words
of commendation and a pat on the
back mean but little. If you really
think we are doing a bit of good work,
and we feel we are, please buy your
A commemorative ceremony for giv-
ing of the Ten Commnndments on Mr.
Sinai was observed Sundny and Mon-
day at Temple Rodoph Sholom. A
Sunday morning service was held and
confirmation services were held Sun-
day night. Confirmnnds were Roan-
lie Abramovitz. Roberta Friedkin.
Henrv Finman and Isaac Da van.
Monday morning two services were
held, one at fl :00 o'clock and Memo-
rial services at 10:00 o'clock. Rabbi
Adolph Burger was in charge of the
observance.
CANADA TO PROBE
NAZI ACTIVITIES
Ottawa, (WNS)A sweeping in-
vestigation of Nazi activities has been
ordered by the Canadian Government
as a result of the diclosurc that Hit-
lerite agents were trying to buy An-
ticosti Island in the Gulf of St. Law-
rence. At the same time Premier
Duplessis of Quebec Province denied
that he had conferred with Karl Ger-
hardt. the Nazi agent snid to be dick-
ering for the purchase of the island.
number.
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American Check Service customers re-
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Descriptive circular mailed on request.
Deposits Insured up to $5,000 by
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Officers of the Women's Auxiliary
of Temple Rodoph Sholom were in-
stalled at the annual luncheon Thurs-
day at the Floridan Hotel. Tbos- in-
stalled were Mrs. A. M. Wolfson.
president; Mrs. I. Salsbury, first vice-
president : Mrs. P. Gotler. second
?ice-president: Mrs. M. Bennett, cor-
responding secretary | Mrs. Fred Perl-
man, recording secretary and Mrs M.
Stein, treasurer.
Mrs. I. Segall. retiring pres'dent.
tickets for the dance and show in a
very substantial manner you're with
us. Thanks. *_
Tnmnn Chapter of the National
Council of Jewish Juniors held its In-
stallation hrenkfnsf at the Crescent
Grille. New officers, introdueed by
the proprnm ohnirmnn. Miss Simons
PocenfMd. n*-e Mies TT-1n?i \-.,. .rtj
nresident: Miss Rne Rirnhnoh. first
Tee-T%*eeSln* "\f'si T>j,ltn P/snlierr
of ptiirt* PItr second T'ee-Tn-esiden' ;
Miss T tn;An YYnin rAAor^in? seere-
?arr M'ss TTnnnnh Tceon eorres-
nondtnr seeretnrr : Miss T^.^'f- .
Feiner. treasurer and Miss Grace Dn-
yan. auditor.
fVimmittse cbtrmen see VI*** IHor-
"M T/tirv memhe*>iin Miss M"-ste
SepsTl. r1i!on: Miss Uuth Shine.
we 1 VIss Htsdfs TV#aps. tjrw:%t
service: Miss Rosalie Bwhman. edu-
cation : Mis Kve'vn Weher. pnhllM-
tv: Miss Pearl Piiehmsn nations1
nroieet: Miss Ssllve Finman. hosnl-
tsllty: Miss Grace Dsvan. hosnltsl
lihrsrv and Miss Simons Rosenfeld
program. The nnenine prnver was
lc< hv Miss Ruth Snlshiirv of Vnml.
a former president of the oonncll nn.1
the closing prsver was led by Mrs.
Max Juster. Mise Aronovitz. presi-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN

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8S7K R. W. 1st St. Ph. 4-142*
BUILDING MATERIAL
E. J. WARNER A COMPANY
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all description. ISM N. W. 10th Ave.
KIIT.I-. Ph. g-m.___________.______
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER
DRAFTING SERVICE ON HOUSri
PLANS. Etc., reasonable rates,
work guaranteed.
W. PAUL. MEREDITH
Construction Engineer, Room 209,
7937H N. E. 2nd Ave- Phone 7-4*27.
DRESS MAKING
WE COPY IMPORTED OO.WNS
Design liresses to your satisfaction.
Let us solve your dressmaking prob-
lems. Prices Reasonable. Alterations
and repairs.
HELEN LEE SHOP
2767 S. W.TSWh.Ave. Phone 4 8744
Draperies
D S
enUeiwhop
BETTER DRAPERIES
Phone 7-3636. 97th and 2nd Ave. N. E.
ELECTRICIANS
For Years Master Electrician of Larg-
est and Most Famoas Office Buildings
in the World
CHARLIE KALB
MASTER ELECTRICIAN
ALTERATIONSHOU8E Wilt INO
REPAIRS
THANK YOU PHONE 7 2817
ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS
Repairs Contracts Alteratlona
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
FISH MARKET
BAKER FISH COMPANY
Always the BEST
Wholesale and Retail
Restaurants and Hotels Supplied
CITY CURB MARKET
501 S. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-6534
FLOOR COVERINGS
A COMPLETE Floor Covering Ser-
viceHotels. Apartments, Resi-
dences.
Cleaning and Moth Proofing
LARVEX ODORLESS PROCESS
Many years of trustworthy service.
All customer's goods insured. MIAMI
CARPET CLEANING A LAYING
Co., John A. Baker. Owner. 120 N.
W. 25th St.. Tel. 2-2021.
FLORISTS
EXOTIC GARDENS. INC.
Flagler and Bridge. Phone 2-6353
2-6S47. Beach Phone 6-2961 607
Lincoln Road. Office 2970 N. W. 17th
Avenue. Phone 2-310B.Finest Assort-
ment of Fresh Out Flowers In Miami.
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
WIRED ANYWHERE
FLOWERS-SHRUBBERY
BLOOMING Geraniums, bougalnvlllea.
Hibiscus, hegonla. vines, crotons,
Beloperone. Many not listed. lOo up.
Best grade top soil 8Kc yd. Hammock
soil J1.25 vd. Manure $3 yd. Ph. 7-1871.
nohorne Nnrserv. 2996 N. W. 67 th St.
FURNITURE REPAYING
FINE FURNITURE MADE FINER
Unholstering RefiniRhing Re-
pairing Antiques Restored. Abso-
lute Guarantee. ______
FLAMINGO FURNITURE SHOP
Back of Grove TheatreGeo. F. Dar-
row. Mgr., 3247 Charles Ave. Phono
4-4880.
GENERAL EQUIPMENT
SHOW CASES. WALL CASFS. DRUG
FIXTURES. OFFICE EOIIIPMFNT
Used Enulnment nt sacrifice prices
GENERAL TRADING COMPANY
926 N. Miami Avenue
HAULING AND TRANSFER
MOVINGPACKING CRATING
Hapeagc Transfer Freight Haul
ing. Careful handling of your houe-
hold furniture. Prices Right.
COLLINS TRANSPORT A
TRADING CO.
08 N. W. 7th St.....Phone 2-SSBt
LANDSCAPING SOILS
PULVERIZED Soil $1.00 per yard,
Muck, Marl or Mixed ; Cow Manure
3 bags for $1.00. Delivered anywhere In
Coral Gables. Coconut Grove or Miami
Phone 4-4804. Agent will call.
LANDSCAPING AND' MAINTEN-
ANCE. Soils and Sod. Fruit Trees
Palms and Shrubbery. Fertilizer for
Flower Herts. Screened Soils for lawn
MELROSE NURSERY \ SOILS CO.
2741 N. W. 27th Ave. Phones 3-8611
3-8612
MISCELLANEOUS
EGRY 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
Specialising In Eye Examinations
Fitting and Repairing of
GLASSES
Ukw^..E- Flrst st- Phone Z-SKM
COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
CONVENIENT TERMS
OPTOMETRISTS
GLASSES OF DISTINCTION
By Dr. F. H. FISHER. Optometrlc,
Eve Specialist. 943 Lincoln Road, Ph.
6-3580. Miami Beach. o o
ORNAMENTAL IRON
DECORATIVE HOTTfTOl VTIMBERS
P UL LE N
METAL CRAFTSMEN ORNAMENT-
AL IRON SCREEN DOORS
39R N. E. 79th St. Phone 7-1533
PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL
BOARDING BATHING GROOM
Plucking Modern Boarding Ken-
nels.
KNOWLES PET HOSPITAL
Mrs. V. W. Knowles,
740 N. E. 00th St.____ 7-2141
PEST EXTERMINATING
WE GUARANTEE
To Exterminate Roaches, Rats, Mice,
Ants, Moths, Bedbugs, Termites.
A Confidential ServiceRates Always
Reasonable. No Charge for Inspec-
tion or Estimates
MIAMI BEACH CHEMICAL CO.
824 First St, Miami Beach. Ph. 5-4353
PICTURE FRAMING
We Call for and Deliver Orders
WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP
Pictures FramedFramed Pictures
Glass Frames. 172 N. W. 1st Street
Phone 2-2462.
PICTURE FRAMING
ICTUR
FRAMING
^BT EXPERT WORK Price
1 very reasonable.LEARY
' PICTURE FRAMING SHOP
1162 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone
2-2034J. E. LEARY,________________
PLUMBING
A. L. MERRIFIELD
Plumbing and Gas Fitting
Repairs and Septic Tank Work
All Work Guaranteed
25 YEARS' experience: large and
small Installations. Ill N. E. 20th
St. Phone 3-3932. _______
SPECIAL PLUMBING
Do Tou Need a
Licensed Plumber
_^__ with 25 Years*
Experience?
For $1.50 Per Hour
Why Pay More?
PHONES 2-80733-4208
RADIO REPAIRS
SHANTHE RADIO MAN
Best Quality WorkReasonable Prices
SHAN DESJARDINS
1328 W. Flagler Street
Phone 2-1219______ Open Evening!
ELECTRIC RAZORS
REFRIGERATOR REPAIRS
\VF. MAINTAIN a complete shop in
which practically any make refrig-
erator can be efficiently repaired at
a fair price. A crew of trained mech-
anics on duty day and night. Our
service cars carry everything needed
for ordinary anil emergency calls..
Ventilation and Refrigeration Service
Co. Phone at 3-3272 or 8-2452
rnTsTiriTTmi
Specialist
SCHICK AND SHAVEMASTER
OIL KITSACCESSORD3S
I. A. ANDRESS
131 Shoreland Arcade, Pho. 3-4581
BOOT REPAIRING
ROOF TROUBLES CURED
With crack-proof, non-drying white-
cool-tropical coating. Don't draw heat.
CHEAP A8 TAR
5 Tear Guarantee: Local Proof. Free
Estimate. Phone 2-5703
WE move you anywhere In U. S. A.
Bonded and Insured carriers. Phone
2-7188. Suddath Moving and Storage
Co Office In all principal cities.
TREE MOVING
JOHN H. WHITFIELD
Nursery and Landscaping. Tree mov-
ing specialist. Best of references. 1212
N. W. 79th St. Phone 7-3727.
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. Dved and Repaired
Moth Proofing
Orientals Our Specialty
60 N. E. 39th StreetTel. 2-779S
______SEPTIC TANKS______
SUPERIOR
SEPTIC TANK CO.
EDWIN H. O'NEAL. Owner
12 TEARS EXPERIENCE
Don't Say: 'Septic Tanks"
Sav: "Superior Septic Tanks"
REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Installations Any SizeReasonable
Prices. Phone 7-3220 day or nite, 484
N. E. 57th Street
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. E.
1st St., Phone 2-4024.
SICK ROOM ACCESSORIES
HOSPITAL BEDSWHEEL CHAIRS
RENTAL SERVICE
OXTOBN TENT8
Abdominal Supporters, Trusses and
Elastic HosieryPerfectly Fitted
SURGICAL SUPPLY CO.
86 N. E. 2nd Ave.Phone 2-1600
SIGNS
FOR COMMERCIAL WALL-
OUTDOOR SIGNS
TRUCK LETTERING
PHONE 3-6515
RANKIN
SIGN CO.
.____ 118 N. W. 2nd Avenue
STORAGE
FIREPROOF BLDG., HEART OF
CITY
SPECIALIZING in personal effects.
Baggage room with free access.
Bags. 5f)c month ; trunk $1: 2, $1.50
month. Personnl stalls, $1.50 month
and up: Furniture racks, $2.50 month
and up; Private rooms, S5 month and
up; Larger amounts of storage, lc
eu. ft. Storage Warehouse Co., 13
N. E. 2nd St. Phone 2-1208 and we
will pick them np.
STOVE REPAIRING
SERVING MIAMI 15 YEARSWe re.
build and reflnlsh wnter heater*
stoves. Gas, Oil. Electric. Gasoline.
Apartment, Hotel and Restaurant
Equipment. "If von use ItWe *ervte
It.MIAMI STOVE EXCHANGE
J. F. McMalns. Mgr.. 1722 W. Flagler.
Phone 2-6SS9.
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John Severln. Mgr.
TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE
Odorless Fireproof Safe
OH or New Buildings
5 YEAR GUARANTEE
Semi-Annual Free Inspection. Hun-
dreds of Satisfied Customers in South
Florida Termite Proofing Exclusively.
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Phone 7-2818 120 N. W. 53rd St.
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JOHN F. WITHERS TRANSFER A
STORAGE COMPANY. INC.
1000 N. E. First Ave.
local and 1 Vaults for Furs. Rugs and Silver.
CRATINGPACKING SHIPPING
Firenroof WarehousesCustom
BondedMoth Proofing
TUNE IN SUNDAY
MORNING AT 9:06
The Jewish Floridian will
again present another in its
series of weekly broadcasts
this coming Sunday morning
over Station WKAT (1600 k.
o.) at 9:00 o'clock. It's full
of interesting news and com-
ments and music.
MRS. SOLOMON SPEIGEL
recently re-elected) president sf the
Wmoen's Division of I he United
Synagogue of America.
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH PLOBIDIAE
WHDAY, JUHE 10,

CONOREGATIOH
BETH DAVID
15S H. W. 3rd Avenva
'MIAMT5 PIONEER
CONGREGATION)
MAX SHAPIRO. RaMI
CO H. W. tt atroet
OvTiea Phans *-147J
Hsms Pnm 2.g17
Congress Members NAZIS ADOPT
Issue Expression APOSTLE CREED
LOLi* HAYMAN. Inc. Sac.
14B N. W. at* Stroet
POotea 2-S474
TALMl'D TOR\H
bar a" ioied for tie
eattaaer months. We appeal to tie
Defeats *i-A themselves
tod take adra stage of the lowwr
raratiea t- -ending their children to
l Talmud Tvtah for the rmm
- r then this enmieg
t *a -r at KM aVIaih.
T- ':.' mints' is more net
Ik* morning*, particularly with *>
- erer, and tie acom-
1 n tb* ran of
th* >..: :-- far g.--*ter ti.
We s-; r -.
' ':-- eg g*r.c. on tb* r^
part
a .--1 r He n tnii at P
Dot fail
a: -:
\STATFMENT
W a-k Urr*
and the naeaaei iv-th Jacob Cr,n-
gregation. Miami Beach and Beth
- Mfaunl wh' la
traditional Judaism that tl
artieaa of
a spiritual leader, plneac contact
Rabbi Abraham KIlner of the Miami
Jewieb Orthodox OoagregatkM during
absence from the city of Rabbi
Mi Mevbe'.off and Rabbi Max
Shapiro.
UNIVERSITY COURSE
Rabbi Mar Shapiro has accepted
the invitation of Dr. Aahe, president
of Miami University to present a
course next year on the subject the
'Legacy or Contributions of Hebraic
Civilization." It wUi b ao accredited
course and the requirement for the
ctudent registering will be one year's
re course in general history.
The course, the Legacy of the He-
braic civilization deals with the con-
tribution that has come to the sum of
human thought from Judaism. It
r in Bay Maae either a :
th- Jewiah people or an exposition of
Judaism. Tb'- eoane i |
lib the only in so far as
' -.-: may be
f r the clear
' i theme of i-
ind the I.- -
- to be discussed
d-mand not only atate-
eatt '' I I M wrich common
agreement should be attainable, but
* line oa which
ft" .pinion may often pre-
Tail. The course will present a sur-
vey of the field which should aim at
-.mending general assent from un-
| idieed students of history. Some
tbonght will be given to the Legacy
' O tributions of the Middle Ages.
"aae with the scientific spirit, making no
qualifications and holding back noth-
ing, only guided by an intense moral
earnestness and above all by a deep
sense of reverence for true, historical
facts.
Mr*. A^ia
Green-
sasiaiencat at
keaaafgaaaati
CONGRATULATIONS
We extend our felicitations to Mr.
and Mrs. Isidor Cohen at the engage-
ment of their aon. Murray. May he
And hia fiancee receive all the bless-
ings of our Almighty Father.
We extend our "Maiel-Tov to Mr.
and Mrs. S. J. Hpeetor at the coming
marriage of their son and to Mr. and
Mrs. A. Daum at the marriage of
their daughter. May they all have
"Nacha-" one from another.
conwilences
It was a shock to learn of the un-
w. aaa
the Cam
May the son! of tack a tpVndid char-
adecd he boa ad op in the bond
of eternal Ufe.
ANNtAL DINNER AND
MEETING
the moat outstanding get-
together meeting* in Greater Miami
was witnessed laat Wednesday even-
ir.g wb*a Beth David held its annual
-rational dinner and meeting.
The auditorium was faied tc capa-
city and tb enthusiasm displayed
araa most unusual and moat eneoorag-
::.z. All the pioneers and founders
of B*th David participated ic tbe
f business following the na-
*qualed dinner cv.ked by oar most
faithful worker. Mrs. I. Jackson and
aseiated by Me*dam*= II By Apt! I.
J Hi.tz. Harry I gag Pol ;
iehararta T?;- lacUai Ber*al aa
waitr-ssi. ineloding laaadaaMa The<.
' -' L Hayman. Sol Rotfort. I
Sidaey P.ilmer. Hyman Sootin Jo* |
Sam Si*g*l and llayar
Bebwarts, it was most appreciated
by all who wt-ro pre*nt.
The financial and spjrjmal pro-
ir-.s of ur institution as reported
iuring the meeting astounded and en-
1 railed the members.
Six new member* were elected to
the "Board of Administration" and a
. recommendation favoring the amend-
ment to our by-laws that the "Board
of Directors" be increased from twelve
to sixteen was read.
The high-light of the erening's pro-
gram was the resolation expressing
the congregation', deep appreciation
to one who labored conscientiously
and incessantly for year* to establish
the Beth David Congregation and
r-rpetuate its ideals. Due to outside
r>renre though unable in recent
vears to actirely participate in the
eongreeation. yet he has helped guide
aid .teer our organisation. nnoVrn-
-ivelv. He U Miami's aMeat settler
Mr Isidor Oefcaa. By unanimous
icdaraatlon. Mr. CaWn wn Pre=rt.
-1 -r-'h an honorarr Hfc mrr.-
wMeb M r'oe.t to
W heart May God spare hi
ira.
ZIONIST CULTURAL HKETTNG
A '' .; rn: flo
1hw4 by Be*. 7. A Trtar daring
' ~- beld hat Toe*>
'..... H* w'heHn, received
'1,i"!T ral pro-
gram.
The frwfeg orche.tra nr,AfT fhr ,,,
^",r '< Mr A- Braaaaaa r-rform-d
rary aldy. n.^ partarinaHiig
were Rrh Bhar,;.o. Nataaa Arono
? Freo Graaahanr. Walter f ;
) H'wmenMd. Darid BeitHa. Her!
bert Rlinhnm and AJria Chaia. Ur-
aasatioaaU* the orchestra is most de.
'rv,ng of active interest on fe p,rt
of the commnnity at large. Great
oeai.. l, a,, Mr Bn,mmn w.n^ ^
bored o nainstakinrlv to create
hi. orchestra. I am no.!fire that he
has won tht sunpnrt of all.
If is reported that when the Jews
were ordered to leave Palerno in 1403
the inhabitant* of the town stood on
the honsetop* waving farewell to their
old neighbor* who had lived In their
midst almost from the beginning of
Sicilian history itself.
A modern authority assure* as that
"the Jews had settled 5n Western Eu-
rope before many of it* typical inhab-
itants had emerged from Asia, and
others had crossed the Central
European Plain or bad traversed the
North Sea to invade the West."
N-w Tc*t i-WNS. Although the
, Jewish group is probably younger
:-.-. r-r^ra' ;-- :ia:;o- ggja Bgi
baa 'hin its proportionate ration of
- over 65. about ten percent of
.v;. fahabitants of prirata
I homes for rka aged., indading denom-
inational, filletnat and non-cectaiun
ageacte*. are io Jewi-h institutions,
i? wa announced by H. L. I. .-'-
executive director of tbe Cooacil of
Jewish T>derat>ons and Welfare Funds
I la making public statistics revealing
I that ?' home* Bar the aged under
Jaw -l". a-;sp;.-s served an average of
1WW0 persons each month ir. lf<37.
Mr. Larle*s laaatt pointed out that
T- at programs for care of tbe agad
may hare m b* tborooghly overhaul-
ed to meet chanced cireumstance* re-
- from th r.ew laaVtal
y program '4 old axe aarlitaarc
and the constantly laereaabag require-
ments for th car* of the chronically
ill. He emphaited. bawarer. that !
though the total number of Jewish I
ag^d is increasint. it may not be nee-
build new institutions be-
cause pjsiic aaalauaia ta the aged is
growing so tr-mendon wh- waald orherwise aj r-. laatltmbiaa
can remain at home.
Berlin. iWN8Violent denuncia-
f the Jews as "the root of all
evir" are a prominent feature of a
Naxi fefafaa of the "apostle's creed"
which two evangelical Protestant pas-
-- of 'he ppivince of Meck)enburg
have drafted and submitted to the
baa
Already in use in a number of
Mef-kleaburg churches, the creed de-
'dare* "we beliere in the Eternal God
who revea'- him-elf in creation and
H*a do not believe in Je-
hovah, the national God of the Jews.
We Inhere in tbe Saviour. Jesus
great warrior who was
rd bv the Jews. We do not be-
rlie Jewish Messiah, the bntch-
-r victim of Jehovah. We bejieve in
'' rman nation created by God.
- believe that the Jews are
I Iople. We believe in our
boly motherland. We do not believe
Btaaaasai land of Palestine.
with it Jerusalem."
of the German newspapers
o-iay pew forth rabid anti-
Semitic doctrine* were founded, edited
or published by Jewa
ACkSONVllUip
AlHC0H?!!l0KED

Do You
Own
Your Home?
There never was a better tlmi
than now to b'uild one
FURNITURE
MARK E.T
' at3sr.- mmitw
MOtlt SATTIN
Camp Wohelo for Girls
85 miles from Washington. D. C; M miles from
Baltimore. Md.; la tbe heart of tbe Blue Ridge
The Liberal Financing Through
Federal Housing
Administration
Makes it Poaalhle
ha ms a can and I win glaAy
5sJp rv fet *
*!! tnformaUca as to Its
H. SIMONS
Care Aekarman Ina. Aganey
to-.* geybelg Bigg.
Phons i-Jin
rorouu puczd
COCKTAB. lOaaaaV aad COITEX SHOf
pat i. a I
rS
HOTEL 0ES0T9
NINTH SEASON
OPEVS JULY lit
tor inforsaaiioa helpfv.1 W
you and your daughters.
write or phone
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'OWNER and DIRECTOH
ias s. W. lsta str.
MIAMI. FLA.
MM)
A Punch Seen* In J.D.C.'s Ploy^H Did Happen There"
THE dramatic hit of this year's
crop of amateur theatrical* fat the
play "It Did Happen There" written
by Marjorie Marks (Mrs. James
Jacobson) of Woodmere, L. L, for
the Janior Division of the American
Jewish Joint Distribution Committee.
Thus far the play has been pro-
duced by twelve,commonities in
which the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee is conducting campaigns for
funds for its overseas program of aid
and reconstruction. Jewish communi-
ties in ten other major cities in the
United States have already scheduled
the play for production.
The one act play consist* of a pro-
logue, two highly dramatic episodes
which take place in Central and
Eastern Europe, aad aa epilogue.
Its principal theme is the plight if
European Jewry today and tbe re-
sponsibility to them of Jew* who live
in safety and freedom la the United
Sue*, u the apsalng tea* the
Mem*, in American Jewish family,
home lUteaing a. ,p^ g
J.D.C. worker to contribute to the
ocal campaign. Pan. Stein ask. for
fcVfirifi hU contribu'
Itjm evening |S tetp OD ^
?eUrrfnTdfld ^d 4> ""*5 "^
The eommnniUee where "It Did
Happen There" ha* been produced
under the auspice* of the Junior Divi-
sion of the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee are: Rock'
ford. 111.; Minneapolis, Mian.; Long
Branch, N. J.; Columbia, S. C; Port
Arthur. Tex.j Milwaukee, Wise;
Binghamton, N. Y.; Philadelphia
Pa.; Monestea, Pa; Woodmere, L L;
(from whose production the above
cene was taken) Mineola, L. L; and
Canton, Ohio.
In the following cities the lord
membership of the J.D.C.'s Junior
Division hat the play scheduled for
production: Lot Angeles, Cal.; Oak-
land, CaL; New Haven, Conn.; Da
'">'. Mich.; St. Louis, Mo.; Clev*.
land, Ohio; Harrisburg, Pa.; Cincin-
nati, Ohio; and Hackensack, N. J.
Mrs. Myron S. Falk, Jr. it nation*!
l 'rm,n of ,he Junior Division o?
the Joint Dittribution Committee
Campaign and Mr*. Ralph M. Cole, ii
*'ce-chirmaD,


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PAGE SIX TH1 .TTgWISH FLOBIDIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 10, MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM A. K.ELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3 5192 aft.SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Dally: Shachrls at 8 a. m.; Mincha at 5:30 p. m.; Maariv, 15 minutes after aunset. Sabbath services: Friday evening at 5:30 p. m.; Saturday mocBing at 9:30 a. BI.; Saturday afteraoon at 515 p. m. SABBATH SERVICES Before Mussaph. Rabbi Kellner will -peak briefly on the "Priestly Benediction" the laws of which are contained in the weekly Biblical portion. At 5:30 p. m., the class in Pirkel Ahoth will meet and Mincha serricM will Ih.l'l at 6:30 p. m. Following the service. Shalos Sudath U held in the vestry room at which time the Rabbi will lead a discussion on the current topic of "Federation." ANNUAL PICNIC CARDED The annual children's picnic will be h'lil this Sunday. June 12. Starting nt 10:00 a. m.. the children will leaT from the Synagogue for Holly i A truck has especially been provided for by Mr. A. Pep|'r the treasurer of the congregation. Refreshments will : ved free to the children of the Hebrew and Sunday Schools and parent! are urged to come and help us make the affair an outstanding sue. -.. We especially request those who have cars to come early and help us with the problem of transportation. There will be games and contests galore with valuable prizes awarded to ihe winner*. Mr*. Charles Tannenbaum i general chairman of arrangements. %  IAZEL TOV We extend sincere and heartfelt Mazcl Tov greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Daum. memhers of our Congregation whose daughter. Rosalyn. will be united in Holy Wedlock with Mr. V. Levine this coming Sunday. HABANOTH NOTES The pirls of the Habanoth will not. as originally planned, adjourn for the summer, hut will instead meet from time to time subject to the call of their sponsor. Mis. Abraham Kellner. At a special meeting lield on Tuesday morning. June 7. the club went on record to sponsor for the benefit of the building fund of the proposed new Talmud Tornh. gave the welcome address opening prayer by Rabbi Adolph Burner Reports were made by committee chairmen. Mr. A. RBerger was installing officer and also serve.1 Oil the committee of arrangement* Witt MrI Salsl.ury chairman. MrM. Btein. Mrs. .1. Wohl. Mrs. I. Wohl and Mrs. William Wolfson. MM Ruth Snlshury sang, accompanied by %  \fr Mamie Sparkman Hart, and Mr M. Bennett and Mrs. M. IMarcus took part in a playlet. Urn O Finman. accompanied her ,,,,,-nts. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Fs-rig to New Orleans where they will attend the graduation of their son and brother. Dr. Irving F.s.rig of Tula no T'niver-ity. Mr. and Mrs. T. Brvan and daughter. Shirley Ruth, of Whitesburg. Kv.. are visiting with friends and relative* in this city. Scene in a German Jewb-h Rrfu gee Colony in Palestine. dent, made a short talk and yearly reports were given by the retiring committee chairmen and the presideut. Mrs. O. Verkauf and Mrs. M. Bennett left recentlv for Miami Bench Mrs. Verkauf will remain for a few week*. Mrs. Bennett will remain for about three months. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 326 Jefferson Avenue 'Phone 6-1328 MAURICE O. MAMCHES. Cantor 726 Meridian Avenue 'Phone 6 2013 Due to the absence from the city of Rabbi Moses Meschcloff of Beth Jacob <'ongregatiou, the congregation bulktin will be temporarily discontinued until the Rabbi's return. The usual dally and Saturday morning and evening services continue, as do daily sessions of the Hebrew School. Mrs. Ben Hnimnvitz entertained the Tampa Chapter Junior TTndassah at a party in her bench home in Olcarwntcr Beach. The party was given in honor .f tie success of the annual donor dinner dance held May 27. Swimming and refreshments were enjoyed by r.ll HIGHLIGHTS By DAVE KRONBERG TIMPH NOTES Arrangements have been completed for the V. M. H. A. annual picnic which will be held at Temple Terric? on Sunday. June 12. As in fonner years an interesting part of tlr> program will consist of aquatic sports with swimming and diving exhibitions. Indoor games will he Indulged in as well as nthletics including numerous events for children and diamond ball for the seniors and juniors. Delicious refreshments will be supplied. The committee in charge includes the following: Mrs. T. Segall. Mr*. A. M. Wolfson. Mrs. H. Peckett. Mrs. Joe Ahramovitat. Dr. I/con Schwartz, A. M. Wolfson. B. J. Finman. Dee Berner. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Markowitz. Mulius Silvermnn. Abe Silber and Sidney I/inker. A large out-of-town crowd is expected to make It Tampa's largest picnic, all local clubs and organizations have pledged their support. Harvey Gildman Witner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Witner. will be Bar Mitzva on the night of June 17. nt which time he will deliver a message. "Our debt to Judaism" at the Temple Rodoph Sholom. Master Witner will rend the Haftorah the following morning. Mr. and Mrs. Wittner will honor the Bar-Mitzva at a buffet luncheon to be held at the T. M. H. A., on Sunday following to a grouo of friends and relatives. Miss Sally Rivkind. of St. Petersburg, daughter of Mrs. S. Schapiro. and Jack Weissman. of Tampa, son of Mrs. I* Cordon, will be married in DaytOM Beach Sunday. June 12. 11 the presence of a few friends and relatives. Rabbi Kleinfeld will perform the ceremony. The couple will live in Tampa after a short wedding trip. Winnipeg. (WNS)—A fine at <"J> or one month in jail was the Hi imposed upon Robert Duncan McKay after his conviction here on a charge of posting anti-Jewish signs on buildings. He was under a clause of the Newspapere Act which forbids hanging posters which do not bear the names of printer or publisher. The semi-annual election of officers ]ast Monday night resulted in the ..legation of Abe Berkowitz treasurer to the office of president. Abe Silver is % ice-president: Billy Merlin, secretary : Sam Badanes. treasurer; Irvin Rotfort. member nt large; Tlarnld T.evinsnri. deputy and athletic chairman ; Jyonnrd Margilis. membership chairman and Dave Kronberg. publicity. The officers nil] be installed at the second annual benefit dance at the Royal Palm Club Sunday night. June Iflth. A service nt which eight young persons were confirmed was held Sunday night at Schaarai Zedek Temple. Those confirmed were Helen Dorothy Fdelson. Shirley Kaufman. Helen I,uI cille Kotler. Marilyn M. Levy. Joseph Morton Mnas. Evelyn Ruth VanGilrl.r. fVcile Isabel Waterman and Leo Miller Weiss. FORMER ROTHSCHILD BANK IN VIENNA FIRES JEWISH EMPLOYEES The H. S. D. Club entertained at a formal dinner party last M0nd.1v night in the Don Qniote room of Columbia Restaurant, honoring Miss Evelyn Weber, Miss Hannah Isaacson nnd Miss Florence T.utz. memb. rs of the club who graduate from school this week. Miss Weber was escorted by Buddy Aronovitz. Miss Isaacsvi by Willie Oster and Miss Lutz by Sam Argintar. The A. Z. A. met last Tuesday night at the T. M. H. A., at this time delegates were elected to attend the Southern Regional Convention to he held in Augusta. Ga.. June 11 and 12. Eonis Morris, president and Sam Argintar. treasurer, were chosen delegates and will leave Saturday morning. June 11 nnd will be in Augusta Saturday and Sunday, returning Monday morning. Irving Peckett and Sam Weber were chosen alternates. The local Chapter again conducted the services last Friday night nt the Rodoph Sholom Synagogue. Samuel Weber acted as cantor for th" evening and Sam Burger singing the "Kiddush.'. T.onis Morris, president, again gave the sermon. A laree nnd we'l pleased crowd attended the services for the second time. Vienna. (WNS)—The Creditansalt. Austria's biggest bank, which was formerly headed by Baron Eouis de Rothschild, now under arrest, has dismissed all but six of its 112 Jewish employees. The six who have been retained are wounded war veterans. The recently published deore providing for the dismissal of non-Aryans from the civil service grants disability pensions to employees of mixed Jewish origin if they have been in the service more thnn ten years. ADD TO THE QmfwJdanaL of YOUR NAME Be an "American Check Servici De|K>sitor. Your name printed on every chei k without charge. No minimum balance ever required. • As little as ?1 opens an a. in 1. Only cost 10c per check drawn. No charge for items deposited. No "Tell-Tale Small-Ac:011m The annual benefit dance which the fraternity Is sponsoring for the benefit of the T. M. H. A. building fund will feature T.u Ann Meredith, dancer from Hollywood. Mickey Barrie. singer. Alice Week, solo dancer, the Rouse Brothers, rillbilly trio ; Bob No'sn. M. C. and a sixteen girl ensemble under the direction of Livonia Warren. A fine orchestra wi]l proride dance music and there will be several impromptu novelty stunts for the especial benefit of the Slog;* and their guest". Tickets should be purchased in advance from any member of the fraternity at only one dollar per couple. The officers of the frat. the men* bers of the dance committee and a]l of the members are deeply appreciative of the kind words of commendation that have been given them for their efforts to help the T erect a community center. However, mere words of commendation and a pat on the back mean but little. If you really think we are doing a bit of good work, and we feel we are, please buy your A commemorative ceremony for giving of the Ten Commnndments on Mr. Sinai was observed Sundny and Monday at Temple Rodoph Sholom. A Sunday morning service was held and confirmation services were held Sunday night. Confirmnnds were Roanlie Abramovitz. Roberta Friedkin. Henrv Finman and Isaac Da van. Monday morning two services were held, one at fl :00 o'clock and Memorial services at 10:00 o'clock. Rabbi Adolph Burger was in charge of the observance. CANADA TO PROBE NAZI ACTIVITIES Ottawa, (WNS)—A sweeping investigation of Nazi activities has been ordered by the Canadian Government as a result of the diclosurc that Hitlerite agents were trying to buy Anticosti Island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. At the same time Premier Duplessis of Quebec Province denied that he had conferred with Karl Gerhardt. the Nazi agent snid to be dickering for the purchase of the island. number. CHECKS PRINTED *] I WITH Yd R NAME Delivered Immediately on opening an account Accounts may be opened and deposits made by mail American Check Service customers receive the same personal attention from all bank officers. Call and open an account today. Descriptive circular mailed on request. Deposits Insured up to $5,000 by Federal Depvslt Insurance CarpAMEiRICAN BANK AND TRUST CO Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 139 N. E. First Street, Miami, Florida Officers of the Women's Auxiliary of Temple Rodoph Sholom were installed at the annual luncheon Thursday at the Floridan Hotel. Tbosinstalled were Mrs. A. M. Wolfson. president; Mrs. I. Salsbury, first vicepresident : Mrs. P. Gotler. second % ice-president: Mrs. M. Bennett, corresponding secretary | Mrs. Fred Perlman, recording secretary and Mrs M. Stein, treasurer. Mrs. I. Segall. retiring pres'dent. tickets for the dance and show in a very substantial manner you're with us. Thanks. *_ Tnmnn Chapter of the National Council of Jewish Juniors held its Installation hrenkfnsf at the Crescent Grille. New officers, introdueed by the proprnm ohnirmnn. Miss Simons PocenfMd. n*-e Mies TT-1n?i \-.,. .rtj nresident: Miss Rne Rirnhnoh. first Tee-T%*eeSln* "\f'si T>j,ltn P/snlierr of ptiirt* PItr second T'ee-Tn-esiden' ; Miss T tn; An YYnin rAAor^in? seere&f arr • M'ss TTnnnnh T c eon eorresnondtnr seeretnrr : Miss T^.^'f%  Feiner. treasurer and Miss Grace Dnyan. auditor. fVimmittse cbtrmen see VI*** IHor"M T/tirv memhe*>iin • Miss M"-ste SepsTl. r1i!on: Miss Uuth Shine. we 1 VIss Htsdfs TV#APS. tjrw : %t service: Miss Rosalie Bwhman. education : Mis Kve'vn Weher. pnhllMtv: Miss Pearl Piiehmsn nations 1 nroieet: Miss Ssllve Finman. hosnltsllty: Miss Grace Dsvan. hosnltsl lihrsrv and Miss Simons Rosenfeld program. The nnenine prnver was lc< hv Miss Ruth Snlshiirv of Vnml. a former president of the oonncll nn.1 the closing prsver was led by Mrs. Max Juster. Mise Aronovitz. presi1 in-si,.inTh-es, Batteries, Auto Supplies—Texaco Petroleum Products Road Service PHONE 5-4417 Marfak Lubrication Vic Berry's Causeway Service Station OUT ON THE CAUSEWAY—NEXT TO POWER PLANT Cars Called For and Delivered Free of Charge—Miami Beach, Florida THE ROSEDALE INN IS NOW AT ITS NEW LOCATION 709 FIFTH AVENUE EAST HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. '! DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE PERSONAL MANAGEMENT OP MRS. ROSE LIPSITZ '•MODERNLY EQUIPPED, REASONABLY PRICED STRICTLY KOSHER"



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Fi 8: m> V" 01 p (Ml hoi Mil. 0.1. giv• i|i ( nni mo lust Boc whi ( %  infine PAGE TWO MARRUC.E NUPTIALS TO BE PERFORMED TV w-oe-.ag af Mm Abee Stn. daaghter af Mrs. Aaaat Rice. t Mr. Laais Spectar. M ( Mr. n< Ha I --<:J >>ear. kaag tat riailiaf aal wrrkeri af tfcj* city. a :i aaare 8o*r. Jaae IS at taM m. at the Keajaar* Hat*!. IdSO Diesel >:v M-aaai Bail. with Rabat Max Shapiro afTiciafiag. X frill ae•ie wit b* played by Miai 5 Raitehik aad she wOJ awepatj JWe.rtra • w^w : ^ -r T.-' brtl) fl V MaM %  V %  I :r Specter, sister af the BrianT aaai a aaaM of haaar. asi Mr J?: S?*-tar. brother of the br i decroeaa. W Wat BD. TV bride win b givea ia .>r her bro th er Mr. Pad A" relatives and f rien ds ar ear%  -" "V 'T----T .. i ai w -----M w :i cake N : a • a i \niF \i-vn.i\RT TO HOLD PICVTC J* -' '• lai mgatiai %  *-.'.'. • I Q H Dj• %  •>' Florida naat >r'.Tt •attend -. -. • 1545 g w • i o a Mi T • and M' "" '. rgi of %  %  > % %  • %  • • I F\VF FOR NORTH Harry K %  llri Nat B ll -' let. Char' ••-• ratal mor-' -it relative* in the r. THB JEWISH FLORTDIAH FRIDAY, JTJNE CH TY PU M LEVINE NUPTIALS SUNDAY Mr ILZ Sir*. I awl pa Data aa> aetaare the r-t-rs.re :' ::'.r it-ti-.:.-.-: v.— r V *-i--iT ." ::•it •-* P*: Ct_- %  M:ag; Beach. Tb* eerew... :.'. k ; ": 7 — faaWaM ay a reception. N'cptial a-*c w21 a rendered by a>e=bers af j^-.v,, M x ?;il p: ro of B* t h ryavid ? ** r V *^Tl* ,,tt !" j'"" --1 wita Oaatar Mr S *> """* aafclat homu Hai-man a'U:iax at tie *rTHRONON ATTEND EINER.U. E-:: I*:v.: Talmod Toraa haU was -aparitT last Tcwij aaaratac a*a haaa>a* catbr*d to -ir rpfct* t ia* ajeaaory of Hn A i= B. Gr^Mibtrf who died aftr a loaf illaea? laft T\* ":.r:i*' irtaiirr %  •;:: V M %  !". • -" %  %  .-V.-Beara ? >ar!x. catroa "f honor. T :: :f W^t Pair: :' b-. r AS K.-' Sst BUB. Mr and M- ?i;-arena of th hridtgroooi. har* -• fraai N"w T>rk f.r I RErEPTTON Ifl TENDERED \ awheT of fr!n4 athrH at rr.* of Rr. and Mm. Mauri** >farooh*i! last Tu**4ar nirtt to oelehira-. rh tw*ntT-hiH weddine anriverfarr of Mr. and Mm. Morri* B Frank, th* pr*sid*nt of B*th Jaoob f'.nrr*ration. Cantor Mamch*a and K*l*m*r l?d in th* aingine of iHebr*w and Enlih Bnne. | th orenint datM m*nt wen iurTH by the hosts. Amocc •'••• aaeatl w.re Mrs. M. Goodman %  { N"*w York ait*r '.f Mrs Frank, and Mr a-.d Mrs Morri. DaMer and brother-in-law of the Franks. orricuu vrnx BE iiiiirmi %  %  it of I Bitterl Bad Earn i mal bar.o;t at tl Palatial B .... p, -. T j... IOHJ .. oooa. The Mai Mr* M rriDabler will be A rjvrt of v pat %  m-i!! >j> praa ta tad by \<-. j. .;.--. also cj-^-ak d'irinr th* ceremonies. who will \t .... M). doff, Mrs. Harry • Mra, B H Laadoa. Mrs. Mrs. M.'r. Trarera. Mra. BeaJ, I>* Vlae Mr. Ida Optner. tfn Brr,T Weinkle and MrB. v h?lf of the Tarious women's orranirarions ther head. Mrs. Lawta Brown will install the officers. ifn M Feldman will make a presentation and Rabbi Abraham A. Ke'.iacr w!!] sire the benediction. Musical *l*ctions will he snne by Cantor Louis Hayman and Mr. M. J. Kop*lov'-rz. The arranrements committee is haded br Mr'. Mnl'.ie Ante as chairman, and M*sdnm*s M. Feldman. M. Dtibler Sol Rohwartr. Carl Press. S. Stone. H. Olinhant and Nathan PriraVer. Tn addition t" the officers the f..'lowinT will be Installed as direcrnn • Mfadaaaaa M. Rinpa. F.. Gordon. M K-'Vin. Wolf Cohen. A. I#ihoq B hwart*. M. Badancs. N. Pritakar and WHnan CWa. The publavitad to attend. -; ia* hall and at tie Beth 1 Darid pl<-< ia the aid city <*mt*ry. eaaaaa ai Emunah Chaater 0. E. ? were conducted at Mrs Greer.berr can>e *n Miai 11*11 and s^"-n becan:* KM in the community. B Beth DTITBaatior.. and was rr*a-.tac Jearlah Walfan Bureau and ita | United Jewish Aid a number of years. %  tin resident* af tweal years ir. this ar*i she wa one of the ] :' *>• -• .!-:.!. i>-.mmunal and char%  k -rs. alwaia |iriag of her time I % %  -y Jtirish cans*. At the tim* of bar death 'he was treaaorer • %  Emunah Chapter 0. F B waiel md. Sh* is anrrired by her husband. Mr -rf. sereral brothers rs. SAVE with SAFETY Place Your Savings Where They Will Receive Federal Protection and a Good Return We Have ^ Q^ On Always Paid £f /Q Savings EACH ACCOUNT INSURED UP TO $5,000 PHONE 3-2652 INSURED SAVINGS ^l^ % fiOftTCA LOAMS OHDE FEDERRL snvincs PHD Lonn nssocmTion OF mmmi + Ground f la or Congress Bldj.. 109 N. E 5econd flvi. J. M. LIPTON, Prerident BOAT RIDE FOR BENEFIT A boat rid* on the Seven Seas for Tuesday erenina. June 21at. i beinr red by a group of local Jewish women consistingof Mesdamea A. Rubin. Ralph Neufeld. Nat WiDiams. Leo R. Kupper and Elry Stone for the benefit of the German Children's Aid Fund of the National Council of Jewish Women. Mrs. Ida Optner is chairman of the Miami committee for this fund. Those who deaire to aid this wrothy cause are asked to make their reservations for this ride with any member of the Committee. • • • T. W. H. A. HOIn< ELECTIONS The To., n Women's Hebrew Association h--ld its annual election last Tuesday evening when the following were elected: Mrs. Marian Shindel praatdent: Mia Gartrada Mandeii vice-president: Mrs. Pp ar l Rcisman. record.ne aecretarr: Mrs. Ann Berger. oorraapoadinc secretary and Mr.WOlinm FriedauiB. treasurer. Plans for th* installation affair will b* announc. *d in next week's Jewish Floridian. The meetini was well attended and re• %  wr* served after the meeting. All members and their friends rtad to attend the meetines of I. ^V n. A. on Tuesdav even;p. s • • JINTOR HADASSAH FJ.ECTS OFFICERS Mrs. Irvine Querido wa< elected president for the coming year of J u mor Radaaaah at the meeting Mondav evening. Other officers chosen |„. elude Miai Belle Tannen. Mrs. Edward Barmen and Mrs Edward Roth vic*-pr-.id*rt B : IOM Esther Winer and atlaa Rosalvn Kl-in. corresnondinr secr*tari*s: Mrs. Man Feinberg financial eor*tarv: Miss Jeanette Kronenfeld. recording secretary \ Miss Rarhara Cohn. treasurer and MisHarriet Damenst*in. historian. The hoard of directors includes Miss Trndv Bandel. afla* B*ttv Tjiskv Mrs. Aaron Fair Miss Faye Enrel. Miss Matilda fVhen and Mis.. Anita Silverma n New officer, will be installed at a banquet on Mondav evening. June 27 • • • LEAVES TO ATTEND r,R\Dl'\TIOX Mr and Mrs Dave Kahn left Miami to attend the graduation cere%  OB. Arthur, from the •v of P aa a ay l t a ala. They will return to the city after the ceremonies. 4 MARRIAC.E I> ANN01"NCED T • marriage of Miss Rosalie BlumS LX Falls. 8. D.. to Mr. John G. I-ui of Miami Beach, was solemnia*d recently at the borne of the bridepaaai'i riaasr, Miss Polly Lux. AfSunday after, ;<-r an extended honeymoon the couple make their home at the Angler's EaateL Miami Beach. Miss Blumberg was until recently associated with the H • I Braaa, Miami Bach. %  • • R\BBI KAPLAN OFFICIATES Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan officiated -F-iday at the wedding of Mia* Frances Helen Bwer. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Bower of Hibiscus Island to Mr. Donald <~yril Frankel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frsnkl of lying B*ach L^ng Island M'ami B*ach. • • • B-NAI B'RITH TO HOLD MEETING One of the nv.: important meetings o fth* year will be held by the local B'nai B'rith Iyvfo* next Toaadaj evering. June 14th. beginning at 6 M o'clock in Beth David Talmud To rah hall. Reports of the red al F:th Disr .-.:• %  %  ~ will b* given by the delegates. Intimate facts regarding anti-Defamatk-n work of th* di-trict and eartaia asronnding developments of intert to every Jew in this area will be told for the first time in Miami at tni meeting. AH members of B'nai B'rith are urged to attend as none of these facts will appear in print or told to the general public ds'where. • • • AVXOFNCE BIRTH OF SOSMr. and Mrs. Harry Kotkin announce the birth of a son on June 7 at the University hospital. Both mother and baby are doing nicely. The bri will be held Sunday afternoon. RETURNS TO CITT Mr. Bill Pallot. son of Mr. an 1 M.--. Moe* Tallot, returned to the Ottj from Cumberland fnivr-iiv where he is a law student. SPIEGELMAN-COHEN EM.AI.KMEN TA.NNOLNCED The engagement of Miss Mtrthi Speigelman. daughter af Mra, M Speigelman of 1420 N". W, BciaaA court, and Murray Cohen, log of y r and Mrs. Iaidor Cohen of 1876 S w Tenth Street waa announ^ ],_ week. The wedding date hs i t \ ltn set. Miss Speigelman has !ir. • | a Miami for 15 years and aradua'ed f--. a f^^ ida State College for Women, when she waa a member of Delta I'M jVjj. Ion aorority. She is a mrmaa? of Hialeah junior high school •" T Mr. Cohen, a member of %  \ri, m j family which settled b*r* i1 s fte) aill ] has actively participated h -' .ri t ys growth, waa gradnated fraai tat Tniveriiry of Florida and wa ? '"'mber of the Zeu Beta Tau fraternity, • • • TRI BETA HOLDS HOUSE PARTY The Tri B*ta Sorority i = its annnal house party which began June Ota at 1-W1 TTaaalinl HI ATFOW Miami Beach. Blanket invitation were sent to the following f-.iternities and sororities: Pbi Re*-, DaHa, Tan Epilon Phi. A. Z. A Council. Sioga Fraternity. I Sorority. T. M. H. A. and I Ion Phi. The program Monday. June 6. Open Hoaae; Wed. nesday. Jun* 8. Parent's Night: Sunday. June 12Formal dance. lowing members are attend: house party: Jane Bronn*r. Dorothv Morri Berl Rippa. Ethel Mintxer. Shi-'.-•Harriet Palmer. Betty and Barnett. Eva Wernicoff. B) ling. Frances Katz. Lenor* I.w Pergy Goldsmith, and Jean W r| Chaperoning the girls is M-S All friends are cordially in-, visit the sorority house part week. • • • TO HOLD CARD PARTY The Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami will inaugural th* summer season of activity with a card party on Sunday evening, June 12 at 8.-40 p. mon the lawn of the hjms of Mrs. Pauline Rubin, 820 Second Street. Miami Beach" for the benefit of the Chalntaim in Palettine. In charge of arrangement* are Mra. Handel. Mrs. Pauline Knopp and Mrs. Pauline Rubin who will act ai hostesses during the evening. A j uion charged will be fifty cen:s per I couple and the public ia invitrJ to j attend. I CO Pair New longer length that sets the pace gloves. Embroidered in little sprays of buds in white with pink, pink with blue and blue with pink. Of cool Airynette that washes well As seen in May 15th Vogne. Sizes 6 to 7 in the GLOVKB, STREET FLOOR group. EttfAju, *4f/>.J %  aaaaa



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FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN _. CERTIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PATRONAGE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY ACCOUNTANT V. EDWARDS Chartered Accountant. All branches of Accounting. Complete Tax Service. Olvmpia Bldg. Phone 8-888L AUTOMOBILE SERVICE General Auto Repairing WRECKER SERVICE AUTO PAINTING Generators, Starters. Ignition, Prompt Service. .. QUIGLEY'S GARAGE .. .. 131 Alton Rd.. M-Bch.. Tel. 5-9138 BATTERIES SERVICE BATTERIES AUTO AND MARINE PRICED $2.95 UP Recharging, Complete Electrical and Ignition Service, Motor Winding, Carburetor Rebuilding, ROAD SERVICE Expert Workmanship BEST BATTERY COMPANY 1599 W. Flagler St. Tel. 3-3212 BUILDERS I* E. EDWARDS, Contractor Builder of Mornfnrslde LEROY S. EDWARDS, Manager 6812 Bteeayme Blvd. Phone 7-2166 In Miami Since 1898 "Let's Build a Home" CONPtTLT me If that Is your "WISH" I will make It a "RKALITY." Planning:, financing, building, that's my business. JESSE E. MARCOUX 8S7K R. W. 1st St. Ph. 4-142* BUILDING MATERIAL E. J. WARNER A COMPANY Lumber Sand Rock Brick Tile Pressedwoed 8hingles Roofing Builders Hardware Dupont Duco Paints Every*Mm? Iff Building Material 3128 N. B. 2nd Ave. Phones 2-175S 2-1754 BUSINESS COLLEGES COMPLETE Stenographic secretarial and accounting courses. Member National Association Accredited Commercial Schools. MIAMI BUSINESS COLLEGE Phone 2-3R01 in S Miami Ave. COMFORT -|PROTECTION A WELL VENTILATED ATTIC MEANS A COOL HOME BARROVS "SELFACTION" LEAK-PROOF VENTILATORS KEEP OUT BLOWING RAINS and prevent high pressure formation In attic*. Let u replace your leaky vents now. ,„ L. P. IRELAND COMPANY, INC. S43 N. W. Ftrst Court Phone S-849S 8 CEMETERY SERVICE MATtBI.E. Granite and Bronxe markers, Mausolems. cemetery work or all description. ISM N. W. 10th Ave. KIIT.I-. Ph. g-m. CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER DRAFTING SERVICE ON HOUSri PLANS. Etc., reasonable rates, work guaranteed. W. PAUL. MEREDITH Construction Engineer, Room 209, 7937H N. E. 2nd AvePhone 7-4*27. DRESS MAKING WE COPY IMPORTED OO.WNS Design liresses to your satisfaction. Let us solve your dressmaking problems. Prices Reasonable. Alterations and repairs. HELEN LEE SHOP 2767 S. W.TSWh.Ave. Phone 4 8744 DRAPERIES D S enUeiwhop BETTER DRAPERIES Phone 7-3636. 97th and 2nd Ave. N. E. ELECTRICIANS For Years Master Electrician of Largest and Most Famoas Office Buildings in the World CHARLIE KALB MASTER ELECTRICIAN ALTERATIONS—HOU8E Wilt INO REPAIRS THANK YOU PHONE 7 2817 ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS Repairs Contracts Alteratlona 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 Wiring—Any Size Job Repairing Anything Electrical Residential and Commercial 815 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-1288 FISH MARKET BAKER FISH COMPANY Always the BEST Wholesale and Retail Restaurants and Hotels Supplied CITY CURB MARKET 501 S. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-6534 FLOOR COVERINGS A COMPLETE Floor Covering Service—Hotels. Apartments, Residences. Cleaning and Moth Proofing LARVEX ODORLESS PROCESS Many years of trustworthy service. All customer's goods insured. MIAMI CARPET CLEANING A LAYING Co., John A. Baker. Owner. 120 N. W. 25th St.. Tel. 2-2021. FLORISTS EXOTIC GARDENS. INC. Flagler and Bridge. Phone 2-6353— 2-6S47. Beach Phone 6-2961 — 607 Lincoln Road. Office 2970 N. W. 17th Avenue. Phone 2-310B.—Finest Assortment of Fresh Out Flowers In Miami. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS WIRED ANYWHERE FLOWERS-SHRUBBERY BLOOMING Geraniums, bougalnvlllea. Hibiscus, hegonla. vines, crotons, Beloperone. Many not listed. lOo up. Best grade top soil 8Kc yd. Hammock soil J1.25 vd. Manure $3 yd. Ph. 7-1871. nohorne Nnrserv. 2996 N. W. 67 th St. FURNITURE REPAYING FINE FURNITURE MADE FINER Unholstering — RefiniRhing — Repairing — Antiques Restored. Absolute Guarantee. FLAMINGO FURNITURE SHOP Back of Grove Theatre—Geo. F. Darrow. Mgr., 3247 Charles Ave. Phono 4-4880. —• %  • GENERAL EQUIPMENT SHOW CASES. WALL CASFS. DRUG FIXTURES. OFFICE EOIIIPMFNT Used Enulnment nt sacrifice prices GENERAL TRADING COMPANY 926 N. Miami Avenue HAULING AND TRANSFER MOVING—PACKING— CRATING Hapeagc Transfer Freight Haul ing. Careful handling of your houehold furniture. Prices Right. COLLINS TRANSPORT A TRADING CO. 08 N. W. 7th St P hone 2-SSBt LANDSCAPING SOILS PULVERIZED Soil $1.00 per yard, Muck, Marl or Mixed ; Cow Manure 3 bags for $1.00. Delivered anywhere In Coral Gables. Coconut Grove or Miami Phone 4-4804. Agent will call. LANDSCAPING AND' MAINTENANCE. Soils and Sod. Fruit Trees Palms and Shrubbery. Fertilizer for Flower Herts. Screened Soils for lawn MELROSE NURSERY \ SOILS CO. 2741 N. W. 27th Ave. Phones 3-8611— 3-8612 MISCELLANEOUS EGRY AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER Every Business Needs the Egry System. FlatPax Stationery, Carbon Rolls HENRY E. KOPPLOW 925 N. W. 17th Street Phone 2-1174 OPTICIAN DR. LEONARD W. HASKIN Specialising In Eye Examinations Fitting and Repairing of GLASSES Ukw^.. E Flrst st Phone Z-SKM COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED CONVENIENT TERMS OPTOMETRISTS GLASSES OF DISTINCTION By Dr. F. H. FISHER. Optometrlc, Eve Specialist. 943 Lincoln Road, Ph. 6-3580. Miami Beach. o o ORNAMENTAL IRON DECORATIVE HOTTfTOl VTIMBERS P UL LE N METAL CRAFTSMEN ORNAMENTAL IRON SCREEN DOORS 39R N. E. 79th St. Phone 7-1533 PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL BOARDING BATHING GROOM Plucking Modern Boarding Kennels. KNOWLES PET HOSPITAL Mrs. V. W. Knowles, 740 N. E. 00th St. 7-2141 PEST EXTERMINATING WE GUARANTEE To Exterminate Roaches, Rats, Mice, Ants, Moths, Bedbugs, Termites. A Confidential Service—Rates Always Reasonable. No Charge for Inspection or Estimates MIAMI BEACH CHEMICAL CO. 824 First St, Miami Beach. Ph. 5-4353 PICTURE FRAMING We Call for and Deliver Orders WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP Pictures Framed—Framed Pictures— Glass Frames. 172 N. W. 1st Street Phone 2-2462. PICTURE FRAMING ICTUR FRAMING %  ^BT EXPERT WORK — Price 1 very reasonable.—LEARY PICTURE FRAMING SHOP 1162 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-2034—J. E. LEARY, PLUMBING A. L. MERRIFIELD Plumbing and Gas Fitting Repairs and Septic Tank Work All Work Guaranteed 25 YEARS' experience: large and small Installations. Ill N. E. 20th St. Phone 3-3932. SPECIAL PLUMBING Do Tou Need a Licensed Plumber _^__ with 25 Years* Experience? For $1.50 Per Hour Why Pay More? PHONES 2-8073—3-4208 RADIO REPAIRS SHAN—THE RADIO MAN Best Quality Work—Reasonable Prices SHAN DESJARDINS 1328 W. Flagler Street Phone 2-1219 Open Evening! ELECTRIC RAZORS REFRIGERATOR REPAIRS \VF. MAINTAIN a complete shop in which practically any make refrigerator can be efficiently repaired at a fair price. A crew of trained mechanics on duty day and night. Our service cars carry everything needed for ordinary anil emergency calls.. Ventilation and Refrigeration Service Co. Phone at 3-3272 or 8-2452 rnTsTiriTTmi Specialist SCHICK AND SHAVEMASTER OIL KITS—ACCESSORD3S I. A. ANDRESS 131 Shoreland Arcade, Pho. 3-4581 BOOT REPAIRING ROOF TROUBLES CURED With crack-proof, non-drying whitecool-tropical coating. Don't draw heat. CHEAP A8 TAR 5 Tear Guarantee: Local Proof. Free Estimate. Phone 2-5703 WE move you anywhere In U. S. A. Bonded and Insured carriers. Phone 2-7188. Suddath Moving and Storage Co Office In all principal cities. TREE MOVING JOHN H. WHITFIELD Nursery and Landscaping. Tree moving specialist. Best of references. 1212 N. W. 79th St. Phone 7-3727. PALMER'S ROOFTNO COMPANY 16 years in Miami—W. 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. Dved and Repaired Moth Proofing Orientals Our Specialty 60 N. E. 39th Street—Tel. 2-779S SEPTIC TANKS SUPERIOR SEPTIC TANK CO. EDWIN H. O'NEAL. Owner 12 TEARS EXPERIENCE Don't Say: 'Septic Tanks" Sav: "Superior Septic Tanks" REPAIRS A SPECIALTY Installations Any Size—Reasonable Prices. Phone 7-3220 day or nite, 484 N. E. 57th Street SEWING MACHINES ALL MAKES, repaired by factory expert $1.50 up; parts for all machines. Used machines sold and rented. Sewing Machine Shop, 71, S. E. 1st St., Phone 2-4024. SICK ROOM ACCESSORIES HOSPITAL BEDS—WHEEL CHAIRS RENTAL SERVICE OXTOBN TENT8 Abdominal Supporters, Trusses and Elastic Hosiery—Perfectly Fitted SURGICAL SUPPLY CO. 86 N. E. 2nd Ave.—Phone 2-1600 SIGNS FOR COMMERCIAL — WALLOUTDOOR SIGNS TRUCK LETTERING PHONE 3-6515 RANKIN SIGN CO. 118 N. W. 2nd Avenue STORAGE FIREPROOF BLDG., HEART OF CITY SPECIALIZING in personal effects. Baggage room with free access. Bags. 5f)c month ; trunk $1: 2, $1.50 month. Personnl stalls, $1.50 month and up: Furniture racks, $2.50 month and up; Private rooms, S5 month and up; Larger amounts of storage, lc eu. ft. Storage Warehouse Co., 13 N. E. 2nd St. Phone 2-1208 and we will pick them np. STOVE REPAIRING SERVING MIAMI 15 YEARS—We re. build and reflnlsh wnter heater* stoves. Gas, Oil. Electric. Gasoline. Apartment, Hotel and Restaurant Equipment. "If von use It—We *ervte It.—MIAMI STOVE EXCHANGE— J. F. McMalns. Mgr.. 1722 W. Flagler. Phone 2-6SS9. TERMITE PROOFING John Severln. Mgr. TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE Odorless Fireproof Safe OH or New Buildings 5 YEAR GUARANTEE Semi-Annual Free Inspection. Hundreds of Satisfied Customers in South Florida Termite Proofing Exclusively. TERMITE CONTROL CO Phone 7-2818 120 N. W. 53rd St. TRANSFER AND STORAGE JOHN F. WITHERS TRANSFER A STORAGE COMPANY. INC. 1000 N. E. First Ave. local and 1• THE JEWISH FESTIVALS T.. Addnaan. Cbtck mchui 0 WC0.D. a



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wJewish naridlian C<>*ti"wvf The Jiewush minify P9 VOLUME 11.—NUMBER 23. MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS UGE MASS MEETING TO -BE HELD HEBE For the first time in many years Greater 'Miami Jewry will gnther nt :i huge mass meeting nt which every adult Jewish organization in the area will send their representatives to discuss the proposed Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds in this area. Sunday evening. June 12th at 8:00 o'clock in Temple Israel. Three delegates and a number of alternates have been named by each adult Jewish organization of Oreater Miami. The general public is urged to attend and will be afforded every opportunity to take part in the gen, ml discussion of the Federation prol Mai. Rabbi David Fichmnn. a native of Western Kansas, executive director of Hie Jewish Charitable and Education Federation and Executive Secretary <.f the New Orleans Jewish Welfare Fund will be the principal speaker and will tell of the work of Federations throughout the country. Rabbi Fichman is known as n speaker of unusual ability and brings to this work a knowledge of conditions gained :i President of the Louisiana State Conference for Social Betterment. %  president of the Tlew Orleans Conference of Social Work: Louisiana State Library Association; New Orleans Chapter American Association of Social Workers: New Orleans Council of Social Agencies and the New Orleans Zionist District. All are urged to attend. It is • seed that no collections and no appeala for funds will be made. r VETERANS GALLED HOODLUMS Andnver. N. J.. (WNS)—American war veteran* were called "hoodlum* by August Klnpprnth. New Jersey leadi r of the German-American Bund. in a sjieech before 1.000 Nazis at Camp Nordlnnd. II. made the remark when he was told .1 rumors thnt 300 veterans were coming to stage a counter-demonstration. "We can take care of these hoodlums any time at all. let them come," he said. Fritz Kuhn. Bund leader, announced the forthcoming establishment of ten new Nazi camps. including four in New York State, would bring the total to 32. A new green flag on which a small picture between the swastika and the American Flag was intercrossed over the inscription "Heil Hitler" made its first appearance nt the meeting. Other ramps, he said, are to be established in Florida. Minnesota and Indiana. HANSOM IS PAIR FOB POOF. FREUD London, (WNS)— The release of Sigmund Freud, father of psychoanalysis from Vienna, was made possible through n heavy ransom paid the Nazis by his friends, the Daily Herald asserted shortly after Freud arrived here. The Herald also said that the liiii.d States Government saw to it that the Naais freed him after the random was paid. MEETING A PROBLEM Will Miami Jewry once and for all sink its petty jealousies and rise to the occasion when real communal problems and the welfare of Jewry is involved? Sunday night, June 12th, at Temple Israel the representatives of every adult Jewish organization in Greater Miami, together with the general public, will gather to determine whether or not Oreater Miami Jewry is to have a Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds. Let it be understood in the very beginning that this proposed Federation is to be a FUND RAISING INSTITUTION ONLY. it will not attempt to direct public opinion or the welfare of the individual institutions. Lives there a Jew whose sympathy has not been aroused to the plight of unfortunate and needy Jewish men, women and children in our immediate midst? Are there today Jews who are callous to the groan-} and sufferings of our oppressed and persecuted, our starving brethren in Poland, Roumania, Germany, and other European countries? Breathes there a Jew whose heart is still indifferent to Palestine and to the glorious opportunities there existant, and to what it has accomplished in our own days can any Jew be found whose mind is insensible to the calls of the sick and needy in the hospitals, in consumptive homes and similar institutions And do we not realize the army of collectors, representatives, executive secretaries and others who swarm down upon us in droves each and every year to collect for institutions and causes too innumerable to mention. ... can we not grasp the fact that of the thousands of dollars contributed by this community annually, a considerable portion, a major portion goes for transportation costs, hotel bills, salaries, commissions and the rest d o we want to ignore the fact that many of us have been contributing to institutions who exist merely in the imagination of the high pressure collector, simply because we have been and are disorganized Of course, the Federation will not be a panacea for all ills of our people c ertainly it will not stop Yeshivos and other institutions of learning from sending their numerous meshulochim to us to raise funds. ... but it will, if properly aided, be the means of getting more and more Jews who have previously contributed nothing at all to any institution to become enrolled in the ranks of those who are contributors i t will necessarily bring about a consciousness of duty towards one's fellow men that has not existed in the hearts and minds of many Jews throughout this area i t will see that funds contributed actually reach the institutions and are not diverted to other recipients But a nd this is most important t he meeting Sunday night is but an open forum. ... it is not intended and will not be permitted to become a cut and dried proceeding. it is the expression of the will of the people that is being sought "Kol Hamon k'kol Shaddai" the voice of the people is as the voice of the Almighty l et the people speak. RECTOR DEPLORES JEW BAITING New York (WNS)—"Total unwillingness to tolerate persecution anywhere forever" is the animating spirit of the Catholic Church. Monsignor Michael J. Lavelle. rector of St. Patrick's Cathedral, the largest Catholic Church in America, and vicar-general of the Archdiocese of New York, declared in a Pentecost sermon delivered in the presence of Cardinal Hayes. Monsignor Lavelle denounced the expulsion of Jews from their native lands as "un-Ohristian." declaring "respect for every human being is a form of love within reach of all of us as is the total unwillingness to tolerate persecution anywhere fnrevr. We Catholics have established this in the United States. One of the fundamental principles of our national life is freedom of consi donee. At present there is a great deal of religious persecution in Other parts of the world, in the Soviet, in the totalitarian states and of the Tews—driving them out of their native land, making things so hard for them they can't stay. "That is totally against the spirit of Pentecost. The Holy Ghost came upon the Apostles in the form of tongues of fire to show that faith must be propagated not only by the sword but by persuasion. May that spirit prevail everywhere." Monsignor Lavelle quoted with approval from an address made by Lord Maculay in the British House of Commons during a debate on the removal of civil disabilities on Jews, and said that the following words of Macaulay express "the opinion of every right thinking human being : 'I firmly believe that in supporting the motion. I am working for the best interests of the Christian religion. I would tliink I insulted that religion if I imagined for a moment she could tot exist without persecuting others." BETH DAVID HOLDS ELECTION At the annual dinner for members of Beth David Congregation, the following members were named to the Board of Directors for the coming year: Sidney H. Palmer, Sidney L. Segnll. Joseph Schwarti, Nat Zalka. Jack Pallot and Jack August. These newly elected members of the Board together with Mesei'.. Stanley ('. Myers. Harry Markowltz. J. M. Kopelowitz. Mendel Scheinberg. Louis Wrinkle and Leo Ackerman will choose the officers at a meetiug next week from among their number. Addresses were made faring the evening by Rabbi Max Shapiro and a„ honorary life membership was awarded to Mr. Isidor Oohen, pioneer Jewish citizen of this city. TOR AH ABIDING GROUP ORGANIZES HOUSE COMMITTEE NAMED FOR PROBE London. (WNS)—To promote new commercial enterprises in Palestine and elsewhere committed to the observance of the laws of the Torah and -the employment of Sabbath observers, a group of Orthodox Jews have organized Haoear.Ltd.. with a paid up capital of $15,000. T>. A. Pacific!, former preidents of the Italian Zionist Organisation is manager of the •firm. Other directors are H. A. Goodman and Dr.-Dnohinsky. AGED JEWS 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. A special committee of the House of Representatives will meet today to prepare for a broad investigation of "un-American activities" in the United States. Representatives Dies (Dem.. Texas) who sponsored the inquiry, heads the seven-member groupappoint*! yesterday bjr Speaker Bankhead! Dies said the committee would look into reports of an "extensive, foreign *pj system" which informants bad -described. Chosen to serve with Dies were Representatives Healey (Dem.. Mass.) Dempsey (Dem.. N. M..) Starnes (Dem.. Ala..) Mosier (Dem.. Ohio.) Thomas (Rep.. N. J.,) and Mason (Rep.. 111.) New York. (WNS I—One hundred and forty-two members of Congress from 42 states, including 32 members of the Senate, condemned the advance of anti-Semitism in many sections of the world as a blight on civilization and a danger to humanity in views cxDreaaed In response to an inquiry by Dr. Stephen S. Wise, it was announced here by the American Jewish Congress, of which Dr. Wise is president. Among those from whom expressions were received were Senator Borah. Senator Robert F. Wagner. Senator Frederick Van Nuys of Indiana. Senator Charles L. McNary of Oregon. Republican leader: (senator Porter G. Gerry of Rhode Island and. Senator Arthur Capper of Kansas. New Jersey Names Good Will Body Trenton, N. J.. (WNS)—Followingin the steps of California, which recently appointed a statewide commission to foster racial amity, the New Jersey Senate gave unanimous approval to the Pesin bill creating a permanent good will commission of Iff, five; Catholics, five Protestants and five Jews, and -sent it to Governor Moore. The Assembly had previously passed the bill.



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FBIDAY, JUNE 10, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE STRICTLY CQNFI D E N T IAL DID YOU HEAK? in Newark) N. J.. tlnre'i a highly respected attorney of German amaatry by the name if Otto Sticfel, who's the New Jersey legal representative for J'litz Kuhn, fuehrer of the CicrmunAmeriean Uund. From a landsmun of Stiefel we learn that his father, Edouard Stiefel, was a Jew who hailed from Rheinpfalz, but his mother was a Christian E duoard came to Amcriea some 50 or 60 years ago and was an agent in New Jersey for Anheuser-Busch beer A cousin, Dr. Benno Stiefel. is a prominent gynecologist in New York and it known as a Jew. Another cousin belongs to one of New Jersey's 'leading Reform temples. Did you see page 22 in the June issue of Judge? .... It*R n striking prediction of an anti-Nazi revolution in Germany, to take place "soon*' Here's hoping The Judge is a good jirophet too. which reminds us of a new anti Hitler lalute, introduced at one of the Theatre Arts Committee's political cabarets. You raise your right arm as the Nazis do. and loudly exclaim : "Heel!".... % %  DON'T FORGET Whether or not von believe the report that Harry Walsh, Jersey City's chief of policer' Void Representative • I'Cnnnell that "Jews nre making all the trouble in Jersey City." we happen to know that the son-in-law of %  me of Jersey City's leading Jews, and a Hague appointee, said that of all the Jersey City politician! Walsh is the only one who cou'il have made sueh n statement. Pi^iple who ask why the Department of Justice hasn't made public its report on Nazi activities are told that it would cost too much.' as the report fills IS volumes. .... The fact is. though, that the report will be made public as soon as the Congressional probcrs get to work on the Nazis A good deal of the evidence linking Nazis to the international spy ring now being probed by Uncle Sam came right out of that report. .... The vote on the resolution authorizing the Congressional inquiry was not recorded because too many Congressmen feared to antagonize German-American voters Rut we can tell you the count was TOO to 33. ... A well-informed Jewish authority in Wisconsin tells us that the controversy over the ousting of a Jewish student as editor of the University of Wisconsin paper is not a clear-cut ease of anti-Semitism. Badieal vs. conservative and Independent vs. fraternity are the real issues involved S tudents who ousted the Jewish editor did make anti-Semitic cracks in private, but almost the very next day they recanted and insisted that these statements were made in the heat of controversy and did not represent their real opinion. All of which makes tts wish we knew enough Latin to compose their appropriate pnrnphrase of "In vino veritas." But how can you blame the students when, not so long ago. Ralph M. Tmmell. adjutant general of the Wisconsin National Guard, made the public pronunciamento that "there nre too many Jews on the Wisconsin campus? FOREIGN NOTES The papers missed a swell story when they overlokocil the recent death in T.omhcrg of I.eihush Wahl. a direct descendent of that Snul Wahl who. according to legend, was king of Poland for a night during the Middle Ages. The recent blighting of the romance between Prince Michael Radziwill and a Polish Jewess gives the Wnlil legend even mroe timely interest, for Wahl became king through the influence of a Radziwill whom his father had befriended. The grand children of Paul Ehrlieh. the German Jew who won the NJobcl Prize in medicine in 1008. are reported to be homeless and penniless. The Chinese can be assured that at leant four of the group of German milifmv strategists who have been ordered home by the Reich authorities will not obey. They're non-Aryans. European musical circles are chuckling at the great, to-do the Nazis made over the 12;">th anniversary of Richard Wagner's birth. For there's a deal of evidence that T.udwig Geyer. a converted Jew. was Wagner's papa, which would make the musical laureate of the Third Reich treif Every Jew in the town of Boskovitz. Czechoslovakia, has taken an oath not to speak German as long as that language is being used to spread hatred of the Jewish people. May 2."ith has been proclaimed an annual day of mourning by the Jews of Hungary and will become part of the Jewish calendar M ay 25th is the dav the Hungarian Senate passed the antiJewish numerous clansus law THIRI I* A Y0UN6 LAOY IN MILES. WHOSE FACI IS ALL COVIRCD WITH SMILeS. SHE ALWAYS WAS WORRIED, When you're nervooa they tail you to re-ax. %  airy advice to give, bat mighty hard to follow. You will find it much easier to relax-to overNerrens Irritability. Beeti after you take N OR. MILE 5 ET ERVIINE^,,, DR. MILES NERVINE is a well known nerve se da t iv e. Although the formula from whiah It was made baa bean In uaa for nearly to years, no bettor medicine foe a tense, oeer-wrought nervous condition has ever bean prescribed. DR. MTLESNERVINE la as up-to-date aa this morning's paper. At all drug stores. iSffboS 5 *—--•* IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM JERSEY JITTERS A committee representing four Important national ruhbinical groups is Investigating the ngm. between the Jersey City Jewish Center and Rabbi Plotkin's Congregation Einanu-i I. The situation them so hot that it has even split families.into opposing camps. The children of an expresiilent of the congregation wont speak to him, because he's against Plotkin. Another ex-president, who's also anli-Plotkin. is a brotherin-law of Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, who sent Plotkin a warm message of %  upper! J ust in case von think the fight is a straight issue of Muguism vs. anti-Hagtiism, yon ought to know that among the center directors who voted to oust the congregation are twelve men known for their antiHague views and activities, including one who actually ran for mayor against Hague on a fusion ticket. Our Hagneville gumshoes tell us thai any number of Jersey City Jews privately agree with Plotkin's attitude toward BagUism, but are opposed to him because they resent his having dragged a Jewish issue into a broader fight for civil liberties ABOUT PEOPLE Most dramatic moment of the Jewish War Veterans' Memorial Day services in Temple Emanu-EI came when Chairman J. George Fredman introduced a gentleman by the name Of S. Osgooil Andrews and revealed that he is the great-grandson of Hnvi Salomon .... Of nil the messages and letters of congratulations received by Henry Mon-kv. new B'nni B'rith prexy. the one he treasures most is a teberam in Yiddish from his ncd mother. ... A loud Bronx cheer f-.* the New York .Tonrnal-Americ.iii. Hearst sheet that exploited Martin Harden—the young German-Jewish refugee whose prayer of thankfulness for living in America created such a stir—by sending him arotind the country on a speaking tour, and now is giving him the runaround H e was promised an office boy's job, but despite daily calls and visits he's still waiting O ne of Pittsburgh's biggest testimonial dinners is scheduled for June 14th. with Harry Schaffer. commander-in-chief of the Jewish War Veterans, as guest of honor. The Jewish National Fund is about to open a new volume of the Golden Book, and is offering prizes for the best design. The new volume will be the sixth since 1002, This roll of honor contains 21.500 names. Yehndl Menuhin will spend port of .iis honeymoon learning to play the bagpipes. Anil as a newly elected honorary member of the Gordon Highlanders of Edinburgh he has to be able to play 'em. There's a gymnastics instructor in Washington who works out with Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau every morning, and then hies himself ov.r to do the BUI • with Nazi Dfeckhoff A melia Weitseh, who until a couple of weeks SgO was secretary to Dr. Hoinrich Neumann, the world-famous Viennese ear and nose specialist, l"it who is now a refugee in this country. telD ns that the story about Neumann refusing to treat Hitler is just plain hoey. She made all Neumann's appointments for years, and won'I have known had he refused to minister to the Peuhrer T he author of the much-discussed "Eagle Forgotten." a biography of John Altgold fthe governor of Illinois who pardnoed the defendants in the Haymarket bombing.) signs himself Harry Barnaril, hut his real name In Harry Kletzky. and he hails from Denver 0RAYN00 "OUR LIGHT BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER. EDITOR CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM E0LA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA. RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP 1012 HARWELL STREET ORLANDO, FLA. Services 8:18 p. m. Sermon byRabbi Skop. •'Further Steps Toward Unity in Orlando." Services will continue as usual Saturday morning at 7 :00 a. m. HEARTIEST MAZBL TOV The community wishes to congratulate the parents and loved ones who have announced their weddings in the coming weeks. Sunday. July 10th. Miss Dorothy Baker to Mr. Morris Gordon at a private home ceremony for immediate relatives and friends. Miss Ruth Esther Rosen to Mr. Joe Wlttenstein Thursday afternoon. August 11th. at the Synagogue. Rabbi Skop and Cantor Leshinsky will officiate. CONFIRMATION SERVICES A Racked Synagogue of Jews and non-Jews witnessed the impressive confirmation services on Monday night. June 6th. The clam of Iftftfl was comprised of Misses Ethel Planner. Pearl Haimowits, Mildred Haimowilz. Shelin Spilkv, Marian Hoffman. Normo Wlttenstein, Patricia Nadlcr and Messrs. Sanders Kottieman, Daniel Wlttenstein, Oscar Tatenbaum. Charle Sshader anil Louis Landau, absentia. The C]n*J presented to the synagogue ami to Rabbi Skon lovely silver Sabbath Goblets for KiwA-wt" • Conveniently located In In* downtown buiincir, anopplnj and ditaUr diiioci. Even coon an ouiiida room itfc piivata balk, (no court)* orculetlna tea water, radio, Ian an• %  •• !•> Deeala Or..,..., -V., r A...,t %  • Wt.Lly ..4 M.M, .|.,_I A Rcb.tt R. Meyer Hotel RAKIil PBBSBNTED WITH CAR. 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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH PLOBIDIAE WHDAY, JUHE 10, CONOREGATIOH BETH DAVID 15S H. W. 3rd Avenva 'MI AMT5 PIONEER CONGREGATION) MAX SHAPIRO. RaMI •CO H. W. tt atroet OvTiea Phans *-147J Hsms Pnm 2.g17 Congress Members NAZIS ADOPT Issue Expression APOSTLE CREED LOLi* HAYMAN. Inc. Sac. 14B N. W. at* Stroet POotea 2-S474 TALMl'D TOR\H bar a" ioied for tie eattaaer months. We appeal to tie Defeats %  *i-A themselves tod take adra stage of the lowwr raratiea t-ending their children to l Talmud Tvtah for the rmm %  •• r then this enmieg • T *a -r at KM aVIaih. T•'•:.'• mints' is more net Ik* morning*, particularly with %  *> erer, and tie acom1 n tb* ran of th* >..:• :-far g.--*ter ti. • We s-; r -. %  :-%  %  • eg g*r.c. on tb* r^ part a .--1 r He n tnii at P Dot fail a: %  %  : \STATFMENT W€ a-k Urr* and the naeaaei %  iv-th Jacob Cr,ngregation. Miami Beach and Beth Mfaunl wh' la traditional Judaism that tl %  artieaa of a spiritual leader, plneac contact Rabbi Abraham KIlner of the Miami Jewieb Orthodox OoagregatkM during absence from the city of Rabbi Mi Mevbe'.off and Rabbi Max Shapiro. UNIVERSITY COURSE Rabbi Mar Shapiro has accepted the invitation of Dr. Aahe, president of Miami University to present a course next year on the subject the 'Legacy or Contributions of Hebraic Civilization." It wUi b ao accredited course and the requirement for the ctudent registering will be one year's re course in general history. The course, the Legacy of the Hebraic civilization deals with the contribution that has come to the sum of human thought from Judaism. It r • in Bay Maae either a : thJewiah people or an exposition of Judaism. Tb'eoane i | •lib the only in so far as -.-: may be f r the clear i theme of • iind the I.to be discussed d-mand not only atate%  eatt '' I I M wrich common agreement should be attainable, but %  • line oa which %  ft" .pinion may often preTail. The course will present a survey of the field which should aim at -.mending general assent from un| idieed students of history. Some tbonght will be given to the Legacy O tributions of the Middle Ages. "aae renre though unable in recent vears to actirely participate in the eongreeation. yet he has helped guide aid .teer our organisation. nnoVrn-ivelv. He U Miami's aMeat settler Mr Isidor Oefcaa. By unanimous icdaraatlon. Mr. CaWn w n P re= rt -1 -r-'h an honorarr Hfc mrr.%  %  %  wMeb M r'oe.t to W heart May God spare hi %  ira. ZIONIST CULTURAL HKETTNG A % %  •'• %  ; rn: flo 1hw4 by Be*. 7. A Trtar daring • %  %  • %  ~beld hat Toe*> H* w'heHn, received 1,i !T %  %  ral program. The frwfeg orche.tra nr AfT fhr ,,, ^" ,r '< Mr ABraaaaaa r-rform-d rary aldy. n.^ partarinaHiig were R„rh Bhar,;.o. Nataaa Arono &f Freo Graaahanr. Walter f •; ) H'wmenMd. Darid BeitHa. He r bert Rlinhnm and AJria Chaia. U r aasatioaaU* the orchestra is most de. 'rv,ng of active interest on fe p rt of the commnnity at large. Great oeai.. l, a,, Mr Bn mmn w n ^ ^ • bored o nainstakinrlv to create •hi. orchestra. I am no.!fire that he has won tht sunpnrt of all. If is reported that when the Jews were ordered to leave Palerno in 1403 the inhabitant* of the town stood on the honsetop* waving farewell to their old neighbor* who had lived In their midst almost from the beginning of Sicilian history itself. A modern authority assure* as that "the Jews had settled 5n Western Europe before many of it* typical inhabitants had emerged from Asia, and others had crossed the Central European Plain or bad traversed the North Sea to invade the West." N-w Tc*t i-WNS.— Although the Jewish group is probably younger %  :-.-. %  r-r^ra' ;-•-• :ia:;oggja Bgi baa 'hin its proportionate ration of over 65. about ten percent of .v;. fahabitants of prirata I homes for rka aged., indading denominational, filletnat and non-cectaiun ageacte*. are io Jewi-h institutions, i? wa announced by H. L. I. .-'executive director of tbe Cooacil of Jewish T>derat>ons and Welfare Funds I la making public statistics revealing I that &f '• home* Bar the aged under Jaw -l". a-;sp;.-s served an average of 1WW0 persons each month ir. lf<37. Mr. Larle*s laaatt pointed out that T at programs for care of tbe agad may hare m b* tborooghly overhauled to meet chanced cireumstance* re-• from th r.ew laaVtal y program '4 old axe aarli t aarc and the constantly laereaabag requirements for th car* of the chronically ill. He emphaited. bawarer. that though the total number of Jewish I ag^d is increasint. it may not be neebuild new institutions because pjsiic aaala u a ia ta the aged is growing so tr-mendon ""•*5 "^ The eommnniUee where "It Did Happen There" ha* been produced under the auspice* of the Junior Division of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee are: Rock' ford. 111.; Minneapolis, Mian.; Long Branch, N. J.; Columbia, S. C; Port Arthur. Tex.j Milwaukee, Wise; Binghamton, N. Y.; Philadelphia Pa.; Monestea, Pa; Woodmere, L L; (from whose production the above •cene was taken) Mineola, L. L; and Canton, Ohio. In the following cities the lord membership of the J.D.C.'s Junior Division hat the play scheduled for production: Lot Angeles, Cal.; Oakland, CaL; New Haven, Conn.; Da '">'•. Mich.; St. Louis, Mo.; Clev*. land, Ohio; Harrisburg, Pa.; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Hackensack, N. J. Mrs. Myron S. Falk, Jr. it nation*! L rm,n of ,he Junior Division o? the Joint Dittribution Committee Campaign and Mr*. Ralph M. Cole, ii *'ce-chirmaD,



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FBIDAY, JUNE 10, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAK PAGE THREE wJewislh Ficridlian PUBLISHED EVERT ntlDAT P. O. Bo* %  PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Second Avenui Phone. 2-1141; 2-1183 liosday nt the Civic Center. A splendid crowd wan on hnnd to help honor the newly ejected officers. The newly elected officers will go into n real session next Wednesday at their first hoard meeting with Alvin Grossman vice-president, presiding. B'NAI B'RITH 3. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. 8HOCHET. Circulation Mtnmr g=ar=-.=ii=r=^gg^^ j= g ; ^ ^ 8T. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN H,l,rtnUliv ORLANDO DORIS B. HELLER bpiwoUtin WEST PALM BEACM, MRS M. SCHREBN1CK RcpraMDtatlT* TAMPA MR3. JAY MARKOWITZ Sapraantativ* SUBSCRIPTION i„ Montks.. DM Tsar— .JHM Y. M. AND V. W. SELECT DELEGATES Tlie following were chosen hy the Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A. to the* proposed Federation, delegates: Milton A. Friedman. E. Alhcrt Pallot. Dr. Samuel Bookman. Mrs. Samuel Shindell. Mrs. R. Stepkin and Mrs. William Friedman. Alternates : Dr. Harold Rand. Alvin Grossman. Al Rosenfe]d. Harry Gordon. Mr. Pont. Miss L. Simiriok and Harry Schwartz. BRIEFS FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1938 VOLUME 11—NUMBER 23. Y. W. H. A. SPONSORS GIRL SCOUTS Miss Eleanor Marcus. Scout Mistress of the newly formed Girl Scouts requests all girls ten to sixteen years of age to join with them. They meet every Trnrsday at the "Y" recreational building at 7:30 p. m. By E. ALBERT PALLOT Orchids to the members of the Orlando Lodge and the Ladies Auxiliary for the grand reception given to the delegates and visitors to the District Convention. The Minini delegates played n very important part in the meeting and had delegates on all important committees. THE AMERICAN PRESS It is indeed encouraging to all of us who daily read of the atrocities in Europe and man's inhumanity to man to read the press of this area and to see their Americanism and understanding of real tolerance. We have just had directed to our attention a rather splendid and discerning editorial appearing in The American Eagle published every week at Estero, Florida, in its issue of June 2nd, entitled "Racial Nationalism to save the White Race." Its editor, Mr. A. H. Andrews in this publication of the well known and respected Koreshan Community on the Tamiami Trail reviews at length some of the contemptible un-American antiSemitic outbursts of some of Florida's racketeering Jew baiters, and in conclusion Mr. Taylor puts it rather in terse American language. "Behind this seemingly patriotic front of "Racial Nationalism" there is evidently a racket. He concludes, does this American editor by saying "if the literature sent me by Mr. is to be construed as an invitation to join his new order I must emphatically decline, for if such is one hundred per cent Americanism I would have to revise my ideas of patriotism before becoming eligible to apply for membership. American patriotism is indeed safe in the hands of the press of this area when men like Mr. Andrews are at the helm. We congratulate Mr. Andrews and the Koreshan Community. .HNIOR "Y" NEWS With President Hymen Merlin on vacation for the past three weeks up Georgia way. Miss Ray U, Shochet. vice-president took over the reigns and handled the situation most capably. Robert Kaplan in charge of the Ways and Means committee announces that they will hold their much talked of dance and get-together thil Monday June 13 at the "Y" dubrnoms. Admission two-bits to visitors and gratis to members. Come one come all. Everybody cordinl]y invited. The outstanding event of the convention took place when .1. Looia Shochet, spokesman of the Miami delegation, delivered a masterful address in favor of the minority report of the budget committee, after which, it was adopted by an overwhelming majority. Incidentally. Hurry Simonlioff and .1. Louis Shochet brought in the minority report. WhunL By HARRY SCHWARTZ MRS. SAMIEL SHINDEL IS EIJCCTED PRESIDENT Y.W. Mrs. 8amuel 8hindell. vice-president and a president of *hat organisation of the Y. W. H. A., for the past year in 193 was named president at the annoal election, held last Tuesday. Other officers are: Gertrude Mandell. Tice-president; recording secretary. Mrs Pesrl Reisman: corresponding secretary. Mrs. Ann Berger and treasurer. Mrs. William Friedman Elected to the board of directors are: Mrs. Roberts. Mrs. Rosen. V*. Welntraub, Dor. Rosenhouse. Id. Engler Mrs. H. Msndell. Mrs. Joe gyman'. Betty Tobias and Molly Apte. DIAMONDBALL NEWS In two hectic games played lt Tuesday the "Y" emerged even-steph&f n for their efforts. Marine A. <-. with only one victory to their credit in 13 games, turned their wrath on the "Y" and won by a 7 to 6 score. The boys completely rejuvenated from their defeat came back in the second game of the evening to whitewash the league leading Shayne Drug team '1 to 0. The first game went into extra innings due to a timely homerun by the tenm's latest sensation Benny Gilman. In the second game Hy Sachs proved master of the situation allowing but one scratch hit keeping him from his second no-hit no-rnn game. Including games of Saturday there are five members of the team hatting above the 300 mnrk. Leading the Reach league is Jack Fnrley of the Shayne team followed closely by Bonny Gilman. Davis Lackawiti. Sammv Tendrich. Harry Golden and lOf Mcyorwitr.. all of the Y. M. H. A. TEAM BATTING AVERAGE AB R H Pet. Shayne Drug.... Stfi 107 102 323 Y M. H. A 321 70 8S 25 Civic League ...311 W Beach A. C 252 0 3 204 Naval Reserve ..190 30 44 221 Marine A. C. ..313 45 61 199 LEAGLE STANDINGS Including games of June 7th. GENERAL NEWS IN AND AROUND TOWN Milt Saslow. newly elected Y. M. H. A. board member left with wifey for a month's vacation to New York. Abie Rcrkowitz. elected president of Siogns and Dave Kronberg appointed chief columnist for Sioga highlights column eongrats. Miss Dot (1030 May Queen) Davis and Davis (Bambino) LacknwitJi wi)l he merged next Sunday. June 19th at the Shoreham Hotel Mazel Tov. C-A-T spells what? that's what the Y. W. is going to try and find out at their spelling be to lie announced shortly. In the meantime you renders can look over a dictionary. How would you like to see a diamondbn]l battle between our Y. If. H A. and T'tiea Club Beer. Hy Sachs vs. Frank Tupiien. not had eh. what. My Mom and Pop left for good Chicago and will be nway until the fall, now for a bachelor's life. Above all ,, t ,,K remember to attend the Sioga Fraternity annual dance for the benefit of the Y. M. H. A. building fund. Sunday. July 19th at the beautiful Royal Palm Club. At the head of the District Grand Lodge, we have some outstanding men. Our President Harry Adelberg, of Raltimore. young, able and enthusiastic. Our first vice-president, Alvin Kartns. of Asheville ,N. C. able attorney, who played an important part in ridding the State of North Carolina of Policy of the While Shirts, Our second vice-president. Ike Levin SOCIETY •MAIMOMDES" TO BE SUBJECT "Abraham ibn Bara," whom Robert Browning calls Balibi l "" Kzra wn8 the topic of Dr. Wolfson'i address before the Bpinoaa Group last Saturday. Dr. Wolfson has erected n beautiful large canopy, to protect the group from rain or excessive sunshine, so that the group may itiniic open oir meetings every Saturday. Miss Sonya Bogart again sang and Mr. Daniel Lawrence led in community singing. Mr. Tapper of Washington and Miami spoke, briefly and Mr. I. Braveman. 78 years, contributed to the general discussion. Next Saturday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock the group will meet for the 2. r )tli time this season, on the lawn at 111.".!) Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Dr. Wolfson will give the third talk on the Golden Age of the Spanish Jews. The subject will be "Moses Maimonides." All are welcome. Thcro is no charge. • • • CIVIC LEAGUE NAMES OFFICERS Stanley Jacobs wnelected president Of the Civic League Of Miami Bench at a meeting yesterday. Other officers elected were Harry Zukerniek and Dr. Leonard Finn. vioo-presld>nts: Jacob It. Ehrlich. secretary ami Leo Blsenstcln. treasurer. • • • VISITS IN MIAMI —need I sny more? As third vicepresident. Eddie Rosenbloom of Washington, the man who handled the Grand Lodge meeting with great success. Our good friend. Hyman Jacobs, of Atlanta, gracefully stepped down from the bead of the order to that of treasurer, thereby preventing a spirited contest. We are fortunnte to have Hyman remain in the harness. A few impressions—Sidney Stern of North Carolina—A Solomon pouring words of wisdom upon troubled waten—Joe WUensky of Jacksonville, a militant King David.— Or. Joel Ebrens returned to Miami from New York Citv where he recently graduated from the New York University College of Dentistry. He is an alumnus of the University of Miami and while in 'he city is the KOMI of Mr. and Mrs. A. Axelrod for n brief vacation before resuming practice. • • • CAMP WOHELO TO OPEN Cnmo Wnb'lo. owned and .Inrote.! rv Ber'hn V. Levy will open its ninth season JoU 1st A large grounp f Mla-it e-imn-rs w'.V Kivc on June 30 via Seaboard Air Lin*, in charge Of Mrs Ed-"l IMeJhnail. %  "" H-exel Avenue. Miami *•<*. Mrs. F-icdmnn wi'l be glad to efs*> information concerning Wohelo. to parentinterested. Jacksonville Notes Things I'll long remember—R. J. Cohen of Orlando maintaining his parliamentary rights—then Monday night, with poise and dignity, presiding as toastmaster at the banquetLeo Eisenstein and his Miami Glee Club pepping up the banquets during the dull moments— Dr. Barney Weinklc's skillful impersonations— Hy Roth's activities in preserving political peace— Team Shayne Drng ... Y. M. H. A Civic League .... Miami Beach A. C. Naval Reserve ... Marine A. C Won ..10 ,. 9 ...7 4 .. I .. 2 Ixist 2 4 4 6 7 12 Pet 833 692 3fl 400 300 142 Everybody out for the games next Monday and Tuesday. Y. M. H. A. NEWS E Albert Pallot. past president of the "V and elected to a three year term on the board, was the recipient of a beautiful gift from the organisation presented to bim st the diamondball installation and dance last WedMiss Mary Frances Lippman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Philip Lippman. will become the bride of Irving Levin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Levin. Sunday afternoon. June 12. in the lounge of the Woman's Club. Dr. Israel L. Kaplan, rabbi of the Temple Ahaveth Chesed. will officiate. The bride will be given in marriage by her father and will be attended by her cousin. Miss Alise Lippman. as maid of honor: Mrs. Maurice Hartley. Miss Sarah Flnkelstein and Miss Edith Levin, sister of the bridegroom, as bridesmaids. Beverly Safer will be the flower girl. Abe Levin will serve his brother as best msn snd groomsmen will be Msurice Bartley. Benjamin Rothschild. Maurice Goldstein snd Ssm Shspiro of Miami. Ushers will be Leon Robbins of Gainesville. Sidney Kass and Melvin MargoL Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Alderman announce the birth of a son, Jerry Lee. on Tueedsy. May 81. Mrs. Alderman, prior to her marriage, was Mies Irene Greenmsn. Did the Miami contingent enjoy the meeting—ask any memher and learn what yon missed—then, plan on attending the State Convention to be held nt West Palm Reach on September 4th and Sth. OTT MATT P4WP WmMWJI TO GO ON TWTAL JUNE 27th Riverbed. L. T.. fWVSl—TMno OT.1, was set as the date of the tr-nl of O." six offlHsH "t ""• Oormn\me-ion Leaane. Tnc. onoraor of Y„7.i Can". Reiafrio.1 ft Te-Ml*on ehnrs*. of violn.-r. Section ISA Of <>"" o-on <"•:••:' ••** %  T ""' " n roster „f m-mtoi *!•• ••<" S-orotnrv of S'eto. T'.e • of'Wi-ls who have ton Indicted bv the Snff.dk Coon-v r!r„ n ,l To-v ell ..V.noV.1 r-ot "i'v ..->„.„ .mwJorth African colony. The King was, reported to be greatly pleased with th reception accorded him hy the Jews and after receiving a pledge of loyalty and a petition ashing for the revVien of the law promised that he would have it amended. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldberg announce the birth of a daughter on Thursday, June 12. Mr. snd Mrs. I. Stern of Steuben' ville. Ohio, are leaving their borne by motor today for a trip to this city As a rubs for general conduct the Talmud has the following to offer: "A man should always give the soft answer that turns away wrath, inAmong the pioneers in the establishment of European newa-agrtciee two and possibly three were jWs, nsmely Renter. Wolff and Havas. The Jewish origin of Havas, however, is difficult to verify. AU three agencies are well-known tor their news coverage service. creasing peace with hie brethren and relatives and with all men, even the heathen in the street, so that he may be beloved of God and man." am