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

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

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 11.NUMBER 27
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1938
PRICE FIVE CENTS
11. Z. II. SEEKS TO
AID BNAI BR1TH
Kstes Park, Colo., July 8, (WXS)
A six point plan for increasing the
number of B'nai B'rith members ob-
tained from the ranks of its junior
order. Aleph Zadek Aleph, was adopt-
ed by the A. Z. A.'s annual conven-
tion. Proposed by Aaron Tollin of
Chester, Pa., a former international
president of A. Z. A., the plan called
for (1) establishment of a joint A.
/.. A.-B'nai B'rith special agency to
deal with the membership problem;
(21 inauguration of the practice of
inviting 20-year old A. Z. A. members
to B'nai B'rith meetings; (3) devel-
opment of a B'nai B'rith program
with a stronger appeal for 21-ycar
old members, emphasizing cultural,
social, athletic and religious local ac-
tivity f; (4) expansion of the A. Z.
A. program of education concerning
the work of B'nai B'rith ; (5) forma-
tion of booster clubs or similar spec-
ial UDits for younger members within
H'nai B'rith lodges; (6) formation
.if separate B'mi B'rith lodges for
A. Z. A. alumni and other similar age
. "up* in the largest cities.
l'aul Goodwin of New Haven,
Conn., won the annual international
oratorical contest with" an address ou
'Jewish Contributions to Democracy."
Seonnd place winner was Milton
Detit-rh of Kansas City. Kan. Wil-
liam l'earlstein of Bock Island, 111.,
won tie third place medal. The Mil-
waukee chapter won the international
debate championship, members of tho
winning team being Leo Lichter and
Morton Koplin.
BRAZILIAN HEAD
VISITS COLON!
Rio do Janeiro. July 8, (WXS)
Kezende, an agricultural colony of
Jen lib. refugees in the State of Rio de
Janeiro, had the personal approval of
President Getulio Vargas after he had
mad* an unannounced inspection visit-
Vargas showed his pleasure when one
of the younger colonists who was
asked if he was an Hungarian re-
plied proudly: "I am a Brazilian."
The colony has 300 settlers who
bought land on easy terms. Each eol-
iii^t works his own land for agricul-
tural purposes only. The colony has
sufficient land to accommodate sev-
eral thousand people.
RABBI SOLOMON GOLDMAN
of the Anshi-i Ernes Congregation
of Chicago, who was elected pres-
ident of the Zionist Organization
of America at the convention at
Detroit last Monday.
RETIRING HEAD
TELLS OF WORK
Detroit, July 0Laying down his
office as President or the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, Dr. Stephen
S. Wise told more than 2,000 dele-
gates and guests of the organisation's
41st annual convention assembled at
the first public session at the Cass
Technical High School here Sunday
that i In forthcoming conference in
Evian. France of the International
Refugee Commission will be a "dis-
mal failure" unless Great Britain, at
the instance of the United States
Government, is prepared to open the
doors of Palestine to mass immigra-
tion of Jewish refugees from Ger-
many and Austria.
In an impassioned plea for special
action by the Refugee Conference
with regard to opening the gates
wider to Palestine settlement. Dr.
Wise said: "To other lands Jewish
refugees may go as welcome or half-
welcome guests. To Palestine tbey
must be free to go as of right and
not on sufferance. This is the time
for England to take the ampler view
and to return once again to the stan-
dards and ideals of Balfour and Lloyd
George." (The Balfour Declaration
pledging Great Britain's aid for the
establishment of a Jewish National
Home in Palestine was issued on
Xovember 2nd, 1917, when Lloyd
George was Prime Minister.-
Following Dr. Wise's valedictory
address a resolution was unanimously
adopted by the convention delegates
urging the establishment of a spec-
ial oommlsslou by the International
Refugee Conference "to deal with the
task of facilitating Jewish settlement
in Palestine," In view of Palestine's
"availability as a major center of
Jewish migration.".
The resolution on the Evian Refu-
gee Conference was introduced bf_
Abraham Goldberg, a member of the
Zionist Organization Executive. As
a token of the gratitute of American
Jewry for President Roosevelt's in-
tercession in behalf of the victims of
oppression, the resolution provided
that a volume of the Golden Book
of the Jewish National Fund be dedi-
cated to President Roosevelt "in per-
petuation of this great humanitarian
deed."
Names of world famous personali-
ties have been inscribed in the Gol-
den Book in recognition of their aid
and sympathetic understanding of
Jewish problems.
American Jewry is pledged by the
resolution t furnish the necessary
financial and moral support to bring
to fruition a large scale settlement
program in Palestine for the fugi-
tives from injustice and religious
hatred."
MOVEMENTS ARE
New York. July 8. (WNS)"It is
the consensus of opinion of the com-
mittee that both movements (Com-
munist Party and German-American
Bund) are what might be .termed
rackets," State Senator John J. Mc-
Nabb declared in adjourning the
hearings of the state committee prob-
ing un-American activities. He said
the committee had found seven paral-
lels between the Communists and
Xazi* in this country, including tho
fact that both have youth movements
preparing the youth for future mem-
bership in the senior body; Frits
Kuhn, Bund leader, visited Hitler,
and Earl Browder. Communist lead-
er, visited Stalin; the Bund is en-
gaged in promoting race hatred and
the Communists promote class hatred.
NOVEL METHODS
TO FIGHT NAZIS
Fourth of July week-enders at the
Long Island and frorth Jersey beach-
es gazed sky-wards Monday afternoon
at the opening move in a national
campaign against Nazism being con-
ducted by the Non-Sectarian Anti-
Nazi League of 20 West 47th Street,
New York City.
Two airplanes trailing signs seven
feet high and one hundred and sev-
enty-five feet long flew along the
Jersey shore as far South as Red
Bank and along Long Island beaches
as far east as Far Rockaway. The
signs read "You pay Nazi spies if
you buy Nazi goods." It is estimated
that over six million people saw the
displays.
"We have fought Nazism for five
jcurs through a boycott of German
goods." directors of the League said,
"but in the meantime, Nazism has
grown to alarming proportions in
North America. The recent revela-
tions obtained through the Federal
Grand Jury investigation of the Nazi
spy ring nnd tho testimony of the
German-American Bund and other
American Nazi leaders before the Mc-
Nnhoc Committee have helped to drive
the reality home to tho American
public. Still more alarming revela-
tions are expeoted from the hearings
before the Congressional committeo
headed by Rep. Martin Dies to be
held in July and August.
"The League still contends that an
all-American boycott of Nazi goods is
the only means of ending the Nazi
threat to America. Hitler's govern-
ment has a comparatively minute gold
reserve of $12,000,000. It is utter-
ly dependent on foreign trade returns
to finance tho spy system and Nazi
propagandists in the United States,
"We are also convinced that a Ger-
man boycott will seriously affect the
Japanese spy system in the United
States. The Federal Bureau of In-
vestigation has admitted to a convic-
tion that pro-Nazi and Japanese
agents worked together to steal plans
of American destroyers and other de-
fense means. The Japanese are too
easily identified to be effective in this
type of espionage, whereas a Nazi,
be he German. Austrian, Belgian,
French or even an English hireling,
can obtain government employment or
wander through Army and Navy res-
ervations without arousing suspicion.
The Xazi-Japanrse pact, unfortunate-
ly, seems to be for spy and war pur-
poses as well as trade.
"The League plans a national
campaign to combat this condition
through the rest of the year. Plans
arc under way for similar airplane
advertising over summer camps on
the Atlantic seaboard and in moun-
tain resorts between Maine and Vir-
ginia. Other summer propaganda
media are being discussed by the
League's Board."
Monday's flight wns handled by the
S. S. Pike Company of 50 East 42nd
Street.
Zionists Conclude
Detroit Convention
TUNE IN SUNDAY
MORNING AT 9:60
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.
With the election of Rabbi Solo-
mon Goldman of Chicago as presi-
dent, the Zionist Organization of
America concluded its forty-first an-
nual convention in Detroit and se-
lected New York City as the conven-
tion site for next year
Dr. Goldman who was the victor
in the intense and spirited fight for
the presidency over Dr. Israel Gold-
stein of New York, delivered an im-
passioned address at the closing ses-
sion Tuesday with an attack upon
Nazi violence and brutality toward
Jews in Austria and Germany.
Voicing the protest of "Israel and
all enlightened mankind," a resolu-
tion ndopted by the convention charg-
ed the "Nazi regime flouts all con-
ceptions of decency and civilized con-
duct" and expressed sympathy for
the "victims of these shocking perse-
cutions."
R.ibbi Goldman told the convention
Palestine has become the "most vital
force in the economic rehabilitation
of oppressed Jewries and the most
potent factor in the revival of the
creative genius of the Jewish peo-
ple." He praised American Jews for
a "conspicious role in the rebirth of
the Jewish national home."
MASONRY IN
American Delegate
Censures Germany
Evian. France, July 8Myron C.
Taylor, chairman of the American
delegation to the inter-governmental
meeting on political refugees, Wed-
nesday censured nations that dump
"unfortunate peoples" on the rest of
the world and warned the practice
carries threat of international anar-
chy.
Taylor reviewed the international
refugee problem before delegates of
32 nations gathered here at invitation
of President Roosevelt to consider
one of the greatest humanitarian
problems of modern timessheltering
of refugees from Germany and Aus-
tria.
Spokesmen for the American dele-
gation. Taylor criticised conditions
leading to tho refugee problem in
sharp terms. In addition to violat-
ing all elementary human right.!, he
said, "dumping of unfortunate peo-
ples in large numbers on the rest of
the world" will produce conditions of
anarchy which cannot fail to have
a serious effect on world peace.
Taylor did not name Germany
specifically, but ''? falling attention
of the meeting to its specif!': prob-
lem of alleviating the condition of
political refugees in and from Ger-
many, he pointed directly at the Xazi
government.
"I need not emphasize that dis-
crimination and pressure against min-
ority groups and disregard of ele-
mentary human rights are contrary
to the principles of what wo have
come to regard as acepted standards
of civilization," Taylor said.
"We have heard from t>me to time
of disruptive consequences of the
dumping of merchandise upon the
world's economy. How much more
(Continued on Page Six)
Switzerland Bans
Use Of Swastika
Berne. Switzerland. July 8, (WXS)
The. use of the swastika and other
foreign national or party emblems in
conjunction with the Swiss flag was
homed by the Swiss Federal Council
in its latest move to halt the spread
of Xazi and Fascist movements. The
Council had previously forbidden the
wearing of party uniforms.
Recent news from continental Eu-
rope regarding the Masonic situation
reveals n very unhappy situation of
Masons in those countries. Although
Masonry was suppressed in Hungary
right after the World War, there have
been a number of Masons in Hungary
who received their Degrees in Austria
where Masonry was permitted to ex-
ist. Xow. since Austria has been an-
nexed nnd Masonry banned there,
public life in Hungary on the part of
those who formerly belonged to Ma-
sonic Lodges in Austria is very un-
happy indeed, as public life there is
influenced by what happens in Aus-
tria. The information is that the
Grand Master in Austria, who is 77
years old and ill. has been arrested
and both he and his son, who was
Master of one of the Lodges, have
been imprisoned. Many others have
been arrested at their homes and
thrown into prison.
While the brethren have no Masonic
meetings in Hungary, the individual
ICasOOl collectively have been sup-
porting a girls' home atid milk sta-
tions for undernourished children,
each one contributing as his ability
permitteda very wonderful and
much needed work. Although this
charity has been the principal work
of the Masons in Hungary, during
past years when they were permitted
there, and although they have been
suppressed and have had no Mason!e
meetings except just getting together
to discuss and map out the method*
of financing these two welfare agen-
cies, thty are still looked upon with
suspicion.
The brother who furnished tho
above information writes that he en-
vies us "to be able to work freely for
the. humanitarian ideals of our Fra-
ternity."
In Roumania charges against the
Iron Guard, or national socialist or-
ganization, seem to have developed
the suspicion, if not the fact, that
it had raised money for Germany for
the purpose of organizing espionage
as well as to creote anti-Masonic agi-
tation.(Scottish Rite Xews.)
H. H. FARR
Commander of the Freda M*rko-
witz Post of the Jewish War Vet-
erans, of Miami, who was installed
at forma] ceremonies by the Nation-
al Commander last Thursday night.


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THE JEWISH FLOHDIAJI
FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1938

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IMPORTANT MEETING
TO BE HELD
tbe iocal B l; ETittft Ladaa will be
X Mtef ^--.-:-r Z-.'.y 12ti
- I*-- Ti.:taad Torti H!!
- li c I S 15 o'dock to whici
all Beaberj are utfeatly requested
Mr. Hirrr HatMbMI oa
iiwrt local lay lead-
tr itMnai on one of
the pha<*< of ctrrent Jeniih prob-
.-=.-. Mattera of rita! iapcrtarce '
ii: t Rport of the looa'. Aati-Da-
retting
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Jewry : a On Btati -; :
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ANNl AI. PIf NIC
TO BE HELD
T:.<
B*ritk L-:-ir* wi:: be hr".i at
F : I- : rile on
' lTth. Game* and con-
8 ^ .-:- *^ be enjoys
ir* day. a;: members as5
BEACH GIRL IS TO MARRY IN FALL
MiM Bere.-.y Stra n 0ata\ &*-gkt*T of Mr. acd Mr*. M. Strawgate,
wioa* e=^agerae=: w Ralph Grosamas. bob of Mr, acd Mra. L M.
G.*oss=A cf M..t.; Beach waj asaotinced Sunday," afl be marriad
New Tack os S*p- 1L
- tttead
t= sni
."'-.: the ea-
'. Mr >L B airaaaa,
"' Milton A Friedman
A base-
ball pat between tmf representing
_: B rkk Loire* will be the
feature of the day'i program. Those
members of the Lodge who are in a
poaition to ; ;r members
a with the
'. the Lodge.

ANNl AL PICNIC
TO BE HELD
Beth Darid Sisterb-">d wfTI sponsor*
its annual Baeaie a: Hardies Casino.
Miami Beach, all day Sunday July
24th beginning at 9:00 a. m. In
charge of arrangements for this an-
nual event is Mrs. J. Engier. Good-
ie* of | will be provided.
J
ararnaaa of ectertainBMtit
ALL DAT PICNIC
TO BE HELD
ladies Anxiiiary of the Miami '
Jea -:. Oftkaias Congregation will
hold their annual picnic Sunday July
10th at Hardie j Casino. First street
and Ocean Drive. \timi Beach with
Mr? Louis Paliot in charge of ar-
IWkfHBNBta; Delicious foods sriTJ be
ered at the boame aC Dr Wolao, in
aa iafiraaal tiaraafrlui. Takiag part
ia th Haraaaina were Dr. Hitt
Waldtnan. professor of languages ia
the college of the City of New y-..("
Mrs. Albert Neoman. author o'
"Eaoagh for Everybody" and Mr"
Daniel Lawrence and they were as-
aiatMl by the other aaeaabers of -j
Spinosa Groap present.

LEA\-ES FOB VACATION
Lonis Hayman. well known Ci--..
af Beth Iavid Congregation. 3f- ^j.
Mowday for a trip to New T-^rk 0_
where he will apcavd seven:
While there he win confer art*
pronaineat Cantors and arrar.
al coapositioa which
used during the coaaiag Higi H i
Days at Beth David.

TOMBSTONE TO BE
I "N VEILED
A toatbetone to the memory
'-- M-v Dora Cohen and Mr
da Markowits will he unveiled at ea*.
fanoiuii oa Sanday. July 17-i
Shara Vafl ia Synagogae Cease
Indiana poiia. lad-, at 11 .-00 a. a.
Rabbi > M. Katx of Tadiaaapolis tad
Rabbi Mar Shapiro of Beth Ikril
CoBgregatioc. Miami will off.

ATTENDS DETROIT
(ONAENTION
Rabbi Max Snapiro of Miarai at-
teaded the conrention of the Zionist
Organization of America at Dea
rday and Monday tag*
-i Greater Miami Z aaaal [ -


TO ENTERTAIN FOR
LOYALTY CLrB
Mrs. M.-r>: Engier w-ia be b>rea
to the Ix.yaity Clab of Wm
--;' T.esday eveninr- Jai;.
at her home. 183T Southwest till
Street at S^W p. m. Refreshr.';:
- served and many card ga=H
will be played. The public k
kkl :- artead.

CAMP IS OPENED
Camp Frenrb Broad for B:t=
Brevard. N. C- with Rabbi 8a=-.e:
Wrubel of AsheriUe. N. C- as d:
tor opened for the current seas t
-i,; Friday. Particular attention j
:--r.r paij to not only the physJai
. .... i ^'-9 i^j'j to not omr tae nnrs:-
'1;0!"M *^ **!. _wll ^ bnt ^ primal needs a.-I
be enx-yed. Tbe public is cordially
invited to attend.

I. \>T HALEVI LECTTRE
TO BE GIVEN ^a
Tbe concluding Haleri lecture
which Dr. Wolfson was to have given
--turday afternoon will be giv-
en this Saturday afternoon on the
lawn a: 1099 Collins Avenue. Miami
at
Baa Due to inclement weather it
FuU details will aag, w ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ~
... >: ; 0i ; has failed to bold
Batorday afternoon meet- Din
* I hav.
Those desiring information are askr:
:: communicate with Rabbi Wrubel

FEDERATION IDEA
IS APPBOVED
In pursuance of tbe res-.-:
adopted at the inaugural meeting af
tbe Greater Miami Federation af
Welfare Fan is. twelve of tiif
srea's adult Jewish orgaaixat -
bave fc.rmaUy approved the Federa-
tion and have elected their represer.-
I to the Federation R>ar I
As soon as all dei-1
hoaen a meeting at
will ba
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LOCAL JEWISH VETERANS
FORMALLY INSTALLED
^.r^on a entire Board of Director,
. : Uawan gatn-
| -
i'-an Legion H*!i iast Thursday. June
re Post was installed
aaaay conduct-
Vice Commander -
Jewish War Veterans. Mr. Harry
: of Atlanta. The colors
tbe national anthem
was sung and the Post declared a
- N_- -nal organization
amidst very in:;.- -groundings.
Mr. J. W.;;1&n: Bar>s. one of the of-
-e local Post and Sidney
H. Pal=>r rkatraiaa of the arrange-
-e alternated in pre-
-astmasters and introduc-
I tbj roaata.
National Commander-in-Chief of
i*h War Veterans. Mr. Harry
H -Sohaffer of Pittsburgh, delivered
tbe main address of the evening and
what Jewish patriots had done
I this country'i existence. He
strongly denounced growth of isms of
any kind. In brief services he in-
'talied the officers of the Post which
was followed by a splendid response
on the part of Harry H. Farr. Com-
mander of the local Post.
Among others who spoke during
the evening were Bill Joyce. Com-
mander Kelly of tbe local American
Post, and officers of every
military organization in this area.
F flowing the formal addresses and
latoodoetioa of celebrities by the
tia'tmasrers. the Harvey S-eds Post
of the American Legion Drum and
new Harriet Hubbard Aver
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FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1938
VOLUME 11.NUMBER 27
Toronto, July 8, (WNS)"As fur
as I urn concerned the German con-
sul can go i" hell. You can tell bim
that yourself, if you give dm his
address I will tell him myself. Tell
li i in the people of Canada an not
going t" do the gooan step for bim or
anyone else."
In these blunt words Alderman
William Croft replied to a protest
by c. 0. Kropp, German consul, to
Mayor Halpb Hay against Oroffs re-
mark, following an inspection 01 the
Toronto zoo, that its beavers' pool
was SO dirty "the only thing I'd put
in there would be Hitler." Mayor
Hay said he would ignore the protest
ns "the stntement complained of Is
one made by a private individual and
one over whose actions I have no
control whatever."
Strictly Confidential
T~ TlTTfWP A a T TJTBAM
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
A Word of Caution
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WITHIN the past several weeks we have been privileged to
note the self-effacement of noted leaders in American
Jewry, and their yielding certain ideas so that united action
might be taken in defense of Jewry. When such bodies as the
American Jewish Congress, the American Jewish Committee,
the Jewish Labor Committee and B'nai B'rith realize the neces-
sity of uniting forces, the average individual and small local
organization should logically follow suit.
In this area it appears that not only organizations but in-
dividuals have been imbued with their importance and their
complete knowledge of conditions and their ability to solve
important problems facing Jewry not only of this area but
throughout the Diaspora. In the last several weeks we have
jioted that a number of individuals have rushed to the front
and have suggested solutions for problems which are testing
the abilities cf the greatest statesmen of our day. These indi-
viduals have not hesitated to condemn public officials for cer-
tain actions. Granted that as American citizens the right of
rushing into print and otherwise is their inalienable privilege;
and that each organization no matter how unimportant has
minds superior to the recognized leaders of the Jewish and
non-Jewish world. ... we wonder if it might not be advis-
able to stop and ponder our actions before we take them.
Jew. everywhere for ages past have been accused of being
too forward. Perhaps this charge in this instance may be
true Why not obviate irritations, why not leave these things
to those who have the facts before them; why not inquire be-
"in all tinoertty we humbly suggest: if there is to be any ac-
tion consult your B'nai B'rith who has devoted years of efforts
to the anti-Semitic question. Learn the true facts, and then if
you cannot be convinced otherwise, do as you p ease. Let us
have deliberate, concerted consultation and action. Let not
the individual man or organization do things which may re-
fleet upon and norm us all.
Politics versus Orphans
HIS to the title of an editorial which appeared in the
T ooathen. Israelite of June 3rd, and of Jrtnch a repnnt
to heing mailed to hundred, of resident* of *
far. to the aotion of the recent Fifth Dtotnct 1MBnth fe
vention held in Orlando **. Sl*
adopted the minority report of the orohan,
recommended that NO PONDS be given to the Hebrew Orphans
HOmLaonA.Ttte signatories of the minority report are resent
raj? strong!,STS aUegaUon. ^Stoj-to-- -
did H in a. Hlle. and Student ***
Z. A. work, in It, Palestinian **"Zt2Ti?Wm*
TODAY, in its defense **"*** *
HITLER TO FOUND
RELIGIOUS CULT
I......Ion. July 8, (WNS)A new
religious cult embracing all people of
pare Nordic stock, with himself as
the spiritual founder, is being organ-
ized by Adolf Hitler, the London
Daily Herald reported In revealing
that the Nazi fuehrer was preparing
an amplification of his autobiography
"Moln Kampf," in which he would
lay down the principles of the new
religion as well as chart the future
policy of the N'azircgimc.
WHAT'S IIAI'PKMNfi HERE
If you're one of the many who've
ben puzzled by what seems to be a
sudden rush on the part of certain
columnists to pooh-pooh the Nazi spy-
probe by insisting that the Nazi es-
pionage ring got no secrets of any
value, maybe you agree with us that
it's really intended to allay public
alarm. Didja know that the Na-
zis still have a price of $11,500 on the
head of Albert Einstein? .... The
height of something or other in poli-
tical propaganda was achieved by the
siwnsors of the malicious rumor that
William E. Dodd Jr., whose father
was the former ambassador to Ger-
many, is a Nazi sympathizer.....
Young Dodd is running for Congress
in Virginia, and the object of the ru-
mor is to put him in bad with the
voters. He's so much of an anti-
Nazi that he's chairman of the Amer-
ican Committee for Ami-Nazi Liter-
ature. ... A prominent German Im-
port and export house in this country
is trying hard to find jobs for two
.if its Jewish employees, who must
In' fired because of orders from Ber-
lin. T'nclc Sam's revenue agents
are on the trail of Max Sehmeling
American Income, The Men Braon-
fdser /.eiiung. a German language pa-
per published in Neu Hraunfols, Tex-
as, got off the following nifty about
the Nazi organizations in this coun-
try : "We in the beautiful South can
under no circumstances agree to such
crazy organizations in the Northern
states which approve of un-American
.Tew persecutions and un-Christlan
conflicts". .
E REFUGEES
W.si Park. N. Y.. July 8, (WNS,
The first group <>f ten German and
Austrian refugees who will he housed
ill Camp Aberdeen, a unique project
in Americanization and spiritual re-
adjustment sponsored by the Ameri-
can Friends Service, Committee
(Quakers) on a 86-aci.....state here
directly opposite President Roose-
velt's Hyde Park home, have arrived.
lltimately SO arc expected. The ini-
tial group comprises four boys, three
women, a former rabbinical student
and two little girls.
The teaching staff is mad.- up of
two Bryan Mawr college students, a
former professor from Moravian Col-
lege. bi< wife and two others, in ad-
dition i.> Dr. Arthur Charles, dlrec-
poaad a resolution to make the Browu
Bomber an honorary Falasha. To
which Hartford's witty Abraham
I'elilman. as chairman of the resolu-
tions committee, responded in kind
by saying that he believed such an
honor ill-advised, in view of the Rome
Berlin axis and the fact that the Fal-
ashos are now Italian subjects.....
Young but gray-haired Lawrence
Schwartz of White Plains brought
down the house with his impromptu
revision of an old fish story in an-
swer to words of caution to the Rab-
bis by Robert P. Goldman, president
of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations. Paraphrasing the
story in which the Talmudist cuts
down the sign "fresh fish here to-
day" to nothing, ending with the
punch line "Why say fish? You can
smell it all over the place." Schwartz
brought a roar of approval from the
Rabbis when he remarked: "Why
should I say resent? You can smell
the resentment throughout the room"
.... Rabbi Samuel Schulman again
held the convention with his keen ex-
temporaneous oratory and reminded
his colleagues) perhaps for the tenth
time, that this might be the last time
be WOUM be able to attend. What
used to 1*' the swanky Club Richman
in New York is now the Jewish Phil-
osophers Instituteand Harry Rich-
man is shopping about for a new
night club to bear his name next sea-
son.....All aged Jewish resilient
from the Bialystoker Home, going to
vote in the American Jewish Con-
gress election last, week, whispered
to one of the poll workers: "Do those
who vote get old age pensions?" .
JEWISH NEWS
Dr. Henry Eiiglutulcr will resign as
acting registrar "f the Hebrew Union
College this Fall. ... A layman will
he named to fill the new position of
business manager and registrar. .
Funniest crack at the meeting of the
Central Conference of American Rab-
bis Is credited to Rabbi Isaac Land-
man of Brooklyn. Apropos the
rule-8cbmHng fight Landman pro-
YOC Ml'ST KNOW
Dr. Philip Joseph, defense counsel
for Shlomo ben Joseph, the RoBB,
I'inah youth who was the first Jew
to be executed in Palestine in nine-
teen centuries, is a brother of Dr.
Bernard Joseph, counsel for the Jew-
ish Agency, but no relation to the.
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tor. The camp will be operated until
September 18th as an experienced af-
ter which it may be expanded. The
program of activities which includes
a study of current events, lessons in
American and German literature, .....-
in.inic problems, problems of Ameri-
can government, instruction in arts
and crafts, hiking, music and discus-
sions. Operated on a cooperative
basis, all of the campers have a set
task such as baking, cooking, sewing.
gardening, etc.
HERZLS NEPHEW
IS
vital things simply because some gentleman, well intentioned
perhaps, never-the-less, believe that because they have had a
pet efforts to an institution which is SELF SUPPORTING, and
adding thousands of dollars annually to its already huge endow-
merit fund.
We sincerely believe the Home is doing a fine job; we iur-
ther believe that there are thousands of dollars that could be
saved in salaries and other expenses, if the effort were made.
We believe that the institution should be supported by private
endeavors within certain prescribed limits.
The Atlanta Orphans Home and the B'nai B'rith are too
valuable, each in their respective fields of endeavor to become
the subject of ill advised controversy- We do not propose to
enter into such a controversy unless we are forced to it.
But let it be said and in terms that are unmistakable: "If
B'nai B'rith is to exist simply because of its support of a hun-
dred orphans and not otherwise; if everything worth-while in
Jewish life is to become subservient to philanthropy, import-
ant as that may be; if B'nai B'rith offers nothing else than
chanty as its reason for existence; if B'nai B'rith has no reason
to ask for members other than the $1000.00 asked for by the
Orphans Home which was refused, then B'nai B'rith has no
valid reason for existence. f
We do not agree with this reasoning. Thank God, B nai
B'rith is fast becoming a greater and more vital factor in ev-
erything worth-while in Jewish life; it is today a throbbing,
pulsating movement in our everyday Jewish endeavors no
matter what they may be.
' Politics versus Orphans?'' What drivel and bosh.
Paris, July 8, (WNS)Dr. Raoul
Auernheimer. one of Austria's lead-
ing playwrights and a nephew of Dr.
XI......lore Herat, founder of Political
Zionism, has died in the Dachau con-
centration camp near Munich where
he was according to a dispatph from
Berlin. Auernhcimer's name was
eheered at the annual convention of
the International Pen Club's Congress
in Prague last week. He was presi-
dent of the Congress last week.
PROTECT ALL
Chester. Pa.. July 8, (WNS>As-
surance of minority protection in
America lies chiefly in the peculiar
eomposition of Amerilan soriety it-
self. Robert H. Jackson, solicitor-
general of the United States, said in
accepting a monument presented to
the American people by the Republic
of Finland.
Declaring that American political
institutions are based on a mosaic of
minorities in which none is suffi-
ciently dominant to threaten the lib-
erties of any other, Mr. Jackson said
"we are a nation with no permanent-
ly preponderant group in religion, in
nationality, in tradition, in interest
or in opinion.
And these men of many origins
are united in a firm confidence and
n stubborn determination that this
land will not tolerate oppression of
any racial, national, religious or poli-
tical minirity."


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FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Dally: Shachria at 8 a. m.;
Mincha at 5:30 p. m.; Maarlv,
15 minutes after sunset.
Sabbath services: Friday
evening at 6:30 p. m.; Satur-
day morning at 9:30 a. m.; Sat-
urday afternoon at 516 p. m.
ANNUAL PICNIC
This is our last call to all our
frit-lids and members to join in our
annual picnic which is held for the
benefit of the Talmud Tornh. Once
gala the nffnir will be held at Har-
lie's Casino, Ocean Drive and First
Street, Miami Beach. All the delica-
cies and favorite foods will be on
bund and special accommodations
will be made for families and groups
who wish to have their meals togeth-
r. A special counter will be set up
for children's foods where the finest
in milchig products will be available.
Mrs. Louis l'allot is chairman of ar-
.i ..'".' Mis and the affair will begin
at 10:00 a. m., this Sunday, July 10.
SYNAGOGUE NEWS
Service! are held daily ut 8:00 a.
m.. and evening! at 7 :0O p. m. The
claaa In Jewish ethics meets every
Saturday ut 5:45 and at Shalos Su-
I"-'. Rabbi Kellner discusses on the
important movements in Israel's His-
tory. At present Chussidism is being
diaenaaad in connection with the week-
ly portion. The Shalos Sudos gath-
eringa have proven so popular that
i Ik-v will be continued throughout the
summer with Mr, William Clciu in
Charge of arrangements. This coming
Sluibbos, Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner will
serve the Shalos Sudos honoring the
betrothal of Miss Irman Kellner
whose engagement was recently an-
nounced.
MAZEL TOV
We extend sincere Mazel Tov greet-
ings and very best wishes to Mrs. S.
Stone, our loyal and devoted member,
whose youngest son will be married
this Sunday, July 10th.
HABANOTH NEWS
A picnic and outing will be held
by the Hahanoth Group this Thurs-
day, July 7th, nt the Venetian Pcohi.
REFUOH SHI.AKMO.
We pray for the speedy and com-
plete recovery of our dear member,
Mr. I. Schwartz of 1012 S. W. 4th
Stri-ct. who is recuperating from a
serious ailment in Riverside Hospital.
IN MEMORIAM
This Sunday Tamua the 11th is
the first Yahrzcit of the late beloved
Boris Si'hlachman, Olov Hasholom.
While this tombstone erected by the
Young Men's Hebrew Association will
not be, formally unveiled until the
fall, we are arranging for a pilgrim-
age to his grave after the Shnehris
Service lest the first Yahrzeit be
pressing without notice. Cnrs will
leave the Orthodox Shul, 151.". S. W.
Third Street and proceed to Wood-
lawn Cemetery where Rabbi Kellner
will apeak briefly and Kaddish will
be snid by Max Feit, sexton of the
Beth Jacob Congregation at 10:30 a.
in., sharp.
PAGE FIVE
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN-
Recurrently in American Jewish
life there ariaea the question of find-
ing a leader for a cause, a movement,
an organization. The problem becomes
more and not less desperate as time
goes on. There arc a thousand men
of good will. There arc not leaders.
Yet there ore, as needs to be repeated,
almost as many Jews in America as
there are people in the kingdom of
Sweden. Yet we tremble for the
strength of one mangreat and good
man though he isand we look with
longing toward one other whom ex-
treme old age keeps from entire ac-
tivity. And we seek and we debate
and finally we seek no more.
It is true, of course, that we are
Americans and that many Jews are
properly and justly leaders in Ameri-
can life. But all Americans belong
(though the analogy halts) to more
or less specific religious and social
groups and many of them manage to
unite leadership of these groups or
within these groups with eminence in
the national life. And a given group
among these groups is happy if it
harbors within its boundaries some
figure of national importance, for
then it is assured of leadership that
will command for it the respect of
the nation. But that is not true
among Jews. And the tragic thing is
that it becomes less and less true.
An."in' the men of the older genera-
tion we have Louis I). Brand.is and
Julian Mack. Nor has their magni-
ficient eapouaal of the oauaa of their
people ever coat them reaped or hon-
or or friends or preferment in the
national life. The younger genera-
tions have fled from us. Our ablest
men are alienated even ill this disas-
trous age. They act as though they
were not Jews. It is a frightful and
u calamitous thing and unless the
teaching of all history means nothing
it will invoke its own Nemesis.
I am a friend of the American
rabbinate. I know it well. Within
it there is a group of men, a large
and increasing group, that for devo-
tion, intelligence. scholarship, is
equal to any similar group of men
that has existed anywhere. Rut the
rabbi, except for one or two trans-
cendent instances, is and should be
primarily scholar, teacher, guide of
Mi congregants and leader in those
neeeeearj small hundred matters that
constitute the texture of the daily
liv.s of men. The rabbi is not free
for leadership in the higher sense.
Nor has he. again with one or two
exceptions, that reputation in the
national life of all America which
constitutes one of the necessary
marks of effective group leadership
and which made so useful and illus-
trious the leadership of such men as
Brnndeis and of Mack.
But where ure the eminent young-
er Jewish jurists, governors, scien-
tists, writers? Not with us. There
are chemists. Where is the American
Weizroaiin?
There are writers. Where is that
line of Jewish leaders from Herri to
Arnold Zweig, Kven Leon Blum is
a member of the Jewish Agency for
Palestine, nnd on the floor of the
Chambra dea Deputes announced his
Jewishness. For this American, al-
most crypte-Juduism of Jewish lend-
ers in the national life (with honor-
able exceptions) we have to go back
to the ominous example of the Ger-
many of Rathenaii and llernburg.
One is sorely tempted to name names.
It is better not to do so. But even
these few able and well-known Jews
Grouped around their president, Mrs. Irving Querido, seated behind the desk are new officers of Junior Hadassah, instal-
led last week at Miami Beach. Left to right are Miss Rosalyn Kelin, corresponding secretary; Miss Barbara Cohn, treas-
urer ; Miss Belle Tannen, Mrs. Edward S. Roth and Mrs. Edw ard Barmen, vice-presidents; Miss Harriett Damenstein, his-
torian ; Mrs. Marx Feinberg, financial secretary. Officers not in the pictures arc Miss Jeanette Kronen, recording secretary;
Miss Esther Winer, corresponding secretary and Miss Anita Silverman, a member of the Board of Directors.
0RAYN00
"OUR LIGHT"
BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER, EDITOR
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
EOLA DRIVE RLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
1012 HARWELL STRSET ORLANDO, FLA.
SERVICES CONTINUE
I'uring the summer, Orthodox ser-
vices will continue every Friday at
sundown and Saturday morning at
1:00 o'clock.
RABBI RETURNS FROM TRIP
Rabbi Skop, who left for a two-
week trip to Cleveland, Ohio, in the
automobile presented to him by the
congregation recently, returned Wed-
nesday evening. While in Cleveland,
Rabbi Skop officiated at the wedding
of his cousin.
CONGRATULATIONS
The Jewish Community wishes to
congratulate the loved ones of Miss
Dorothy Estelle Baker and Mr. Mor-
ris Charles Qordon who will be mar-
ried this Sunday, July 10th, at the
home of Mr. an of the bride-elect, 228 South Thorn-
ton Street, at 5:00 p. m. Rabbi "Skop
will officiate.
CONDOLENCES
The Jewish Community expresses
its heartfelt sympathy to the family of
the late Mr. Oeorgc Harris, promi-
nent Jewish worker and member of
the Board of Directors of Congrega-
tion Ohev Sholem. The community
is fortunate that Mr. Harris has left
his active wife and children and sons-
in-law who will carry on his fine
work in the Jewish Community.
DAILY HEBREW SCHOOL
Due to the interest of the boye in
the Chader. Cantor Leshinsky and
the Rabbi are meeting the boys ev-
ery morning at 10:00 o'clock for ad-
vanced Hebrew instruction. No be-
ginners will be admitted during the
summer.
CONGREGATIONAL MEETING
At the last meeting of the Congre-
gation, held Wednesday night. July
6th, a number of important matters
were transacted, including the con-
tracts for Rabbi Skop and Cantor
Leahlnaky and plans for the renova-
tion and decoration of the Synagogue
in anticipation of the beautiful Rosh
Hasl/ma service and activities in
store for the Orlando community.
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Michelson arc
now residing at 1841 Hollenbeck
Drive. (Come and see them some
time.)
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wolfson arc now
residing at -117 Ruth Street. Apart-
ment 3.
Mra. Birdie Welner, with her two
children, Dickie and Nina, left for
a vacation trip north and will return
the end of the summer.
Rabbi and Mrs. Skop are enter-
taining the Rabbi's mother and broth-
er. They will remain until after the
blessed event in the Rabbi's family.
who have identified themselves with
their people are not apparent when
practical leadership is needed, when
it is necessary to assume political
reeponBlblHty, when it is needful to
appear in the arena. When that mo-
ment comes one finds, alas, neither
the eminent philosopher of the New
School for Social Research nor the
illustrious jurist of Harvard. Wo
know that they are with us. They
will advise iis from their ivory tow-
ers. They are not candidates for of-
fice. They do not feel that they
should be in the arena.
W.ll. the arena is a place of dust
and sometimes of blood. Political
paaaiona DOt always of the purest
and cleanest rage even among Jews,
for Jews are people, after all. No
doubt, no doubt. But where else
among a people or a group so hard
besot do the high men so flee from
responsibility.
We know the reasons, of course.
It is part of the lie and the disease
of the assimilatory theory of the
emancipation. But that lie should no
longer deceive any one. and that dis-
ease should be made to cease its rav-
ages. But an end of this miserable
situation of a leaderless or almost
leu.lei less people must be made. Somo
day some man, despite the dust nnd
dirt of the arena, despite falce accu-
sation and silly impediments, will
have to take the plunge. Who will
it be?
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Abraai .Mi)iW- Ar,r,abl Jar-
oba, Miriam Miller. Hazel Abrama,
Mildred Carroll, DaaaCky Miller,
Ituth Kriflman. Ann Berkhoff and
tba Ifaaan. I. Abram. Irwin Miller
and Joel Grouman. The boat an-
i borad at Kgnv/nt Key for fi-:.!nr.
and M-v<-ral large ratebea were made.
.\fr. and Mm. Zuren of Lakeland
n*nt thin pant we-k at the Gordon
Apartaaanta at Treairare Island. Tbeir
fuit for th<- Fourth of July w FlreMone Th-ex, Batteries. Auto SuppliesTexaco Petroleum Produrta
Boad lartltl PHO.NK 5-4417 Marfait Lubrication
Vic Berry's Causeway Service Station
OUT ON THE CAUSEWAYNEXT TO POWEE PLANT
C'ara Called For and Delivered Free of ChargeMiami Beaeh. Florida
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what baa beta bappeaiag to the ttm-
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ajggajpc which taahet a j->* to Arner-
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T~4i Jewish athlrrta emigrate. For
beiaaa laaaaaa we cannot rereal
thttr aaaaaa here became aoate of
sger while
beea heatta ap and their
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dkatarfaiBg; ia tb* forced aad >
I a|liac f anfo--.:.j--
n amber*.
"Racial and religioea probl-
r,ae*jaeace, readerea ay-"
.:. all parta of the world. F
rraliat:..n agaiaat* coor.v-
hi coaditioa it et
-^nt of interaational
and *o*pieiot ia hetghteaed
i an important obatade to ger
. pcaaeneDt between aatioa* .-
jated.
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v private concern. It .
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If the present correrr-
gratioo are permitted to
path anarchically upon
j continue to torn large gaatlaaa thai
I popolationa lightly upon a I
acd unprepared world, then
catastrophic hamaa tatftr.Lz ahaaj
which can only remit in g*^nl sa-
i rest and in general
' rtate* and if tome gorerr i
: the permanent appeasec -
! all people* earnestly aspire.'
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arttt Mr Wotf-
J. .Schwartx-
A rami P
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I JKe who
tat week-ead at tht Eat Coast re-
: hfia. Harry M gQ,
Robii Fraah Rabin and Samoel

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litlai il a place
ympie aanad is
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reaaasa't- .-s asd
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Austria are
women*! world ree-
.'or the standing hiyh jamp: a
B if
bolder of tb all Au*-
for th brean stroke
_ and a former Daris Cup
- player.
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leare
NEW DANCING SCHOOL OPF.XS
M r Harry. Irving and
1';. pen were hosts to a rroup of
r set at a weiner roast
aad bea<-h pair at Pass-a-Grille
Bea'h. Oaeata attending w^re Ba-
ther ltoed. Hazel Abram.c. Rosalind
Fortune Irene Jacob*. Al Gold. Jack
Stein and Mr. arid Mrs. Jack \V..---
rr.ar..
COMPLETE
BANKING
FACILITIES
T : H.:. well known I
structor. has opened a fine a:.
ious academy at 205 No-: 14i
at .S^>>Dd Aval
Mr. Hill hat secured th* l
I I ca Moore formerly of I
I New York, as iaatl M .3
ballet, toe and acrobatic
Bg exercises. Larry
:':lled engarement* at M
leading clubs wi'l teach '
In addition, the academy it :'..'
pad for radio aaditiom sai
training. Mr HI! grtwl
al attention to a'.' pupils.
PROGRESSIVE GROWTH
in
RESOURCES
Dec. 31, 1934......$ 74.7-U
Dec 31. 1935....... 510,522
Dec. 31. 1936....... 1.513.S75
Dec. 31. 1937 ...... 2.315.-
June 30,1938 $2,500,000
SAVINGS A( COUNTS Deposit,
made on or before July 10th dra
interest from July lot at the rate of
1% PER ANNUM
This is the highest rate paid by any
commercial bank* in Greater Miami
( OMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS We
in\ite your account on the regular
commercial bank service basis.
In
addition to the regular banking
facilities mentioned above.
AMERICAN CHECK SERVICE
offer* personal (becking account ser-
vice, with the following unusual
additions:
No minimum balance
No monthly service charge
No charge for deposits
Free Statement* and cancelled
checks every 90 days
Your name printed on every check
without charge
Only cost 10* per cheek drawn
H2.no per book of 20 chedu)
tl or more opens an Account

We arc very pleased to again announce
the usual regular
SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND
of
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^ Per Annum'
which the Dade Federal directors have
declared as of July 1,1938
A full month's dividend calculated as of the first will be
paid on all acocunts opened before the tenth of the month.
NOW IS THE TIME TO OPEN
YOUR ACCOUNT.
PHONE 3-2652 '.r

Deponits Insured up to t5.000 by
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
AMERICAN
BANK AND TRUST CO.
139 N. E. First Street, Miami, Florida

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INSURED SAVIHGS
KKftAwE LOAMS
DHDE FEDERAL
spvincs QtiD Loqn nssocmTion
of mmmi *
Ground Floor Coajrcss BldS.. 109 N. ESocontl Hvt..
J. M. UPTON, President
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FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
_ Certified Business Directory m
THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PAT-
RONAGE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY......
ACCOUNTANT
V. EDWARDS
Chartered Accountant An tendui
of Accounting. Complete Tax Service.
Olympla Bldg. Phone 8-8831.
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
General Auto Repairing
WRECKER SERVICE
AUTO PAINTING
Generators, Starters. Ignition. Prompt
SfTQUIGIiEY'S aAR^GB
131 Alton Rd., M-Bch., Tel_M13g
BATTERIES SERVICE
DRAPERIES
D S
enLfen^Jhop
BETTER DRAPERIES
Phone 7-343R. 97th and 2nd Ave. N. B.
ELECTRICIANS
B-VTTERIES AUTO AND MARINE
PRICED $9.96 UP
Recharging, Complete Electrical and
Tenition Service. Motor Winding, Car-
b-rttor Rebuilding. ____
ROAD SERVICE
Expert Workmanship
BEST BATTERY COMPANY
1898 W. Flagler St. Tel. 3-3212
BUILDERS
L. E. EDW ARDS, Contractor
Builder of Mornrngside
LEROY S. EDWARDS. Manager
6812 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 7-2166
In Miami Since 1898
"Let's Build a Home"
CONSULT me If that is your "WISH"
I will make it a "REALITY." Plan-
ning, financing, building, that s my
business". ____
JESSE E. MARCOUX
KIT. S. W. 1st St.________ Ph. 4-1428
BUSINESS COLLEGES
COMPLETE Stenographic secretarial
and accounting courses. Member
National Association Accredited Com-
mercial Schools.
MIAMI BUSINESS COLLEGE
Phot,. 2-3C01 111 S. Miami Ave.
For Years Master Electrician of Larg-
est and Most Famoas Office Building!
in the World
CHARLIE KALB
MASTER ELECTRICIAN
ALTERATIONSHOUSE WIRING
REPAIRS
THANK YOU PHONE 7 IS 17
LANDSCAPING SOILS
IT PAYS TO GET THE BEST!
PULVERIZED SOIL $1.00 a yard,
Muck, Marl or Mixed.
Oow Mnnure, 3 bags $1.00
Phone 4-4804. Agent will call.
LANDSCAPING AND MAINTEN-
ANCE. Soils and Sod. Fruit Trees
Palms and Shrubbery. Fertilizer for
Flower Beds. Screened Soils for lawn
dresslnc. __
MELROSE NURSERY & SOILS CO.
2741 N. W. 27th Ave. Phones 3-8611
3-8612
ROOF REPATRLNG
ROOF TROUBLES CURED
With crack-proof, non-drying white-
cool-tropical coating. Don't draw heat.
CHEAP AS TAR
5 Year Guarantee: Local Proof. Free
Ultimate. Phone 2-5703
ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS
Repairs Contracts Alterations
LYON ELECTRIC CO.
The Oldest Established Electrical
Contractors at Miami Beach
Phone 5-2444 Nite Service 2-6744
Established Since 1914
BISCAYNE ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CO.
Electrical WiringAny Size Job
Repairing Anything Electrical
Residential and Commercial___
815 S. W. 18th Ave. Phone 3-1288
MISCELLANEOUS
EQRY AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER
Every Business Needs the Egry Sys.
tern. FlatPax Stationery, Carbon Rolls
HENRY E. KOPPLOW
925 N. W. 17th Street Phono 2-1174
PALMER'S ROOFING COMPANY
16 years in MiamiW. N. Palmer,
Prop.
BARRETT APPROVED ROOFING
Sheet Metal Work Tile Roofing
"Roofs That Last" ____
15 N. B. 17th Terr. Telephone 2-3429
RUG CLEANING
TERMITE PROOFING
John Severin. Mgr.
TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE
Odorless Fireproof Safe
Old or New Buildings
R YEAR GUARANTEE
Semi-Annual Free Inspection. Hun-
dreds of Satisfied Customers in South
Florida. Termite Proofing Exclusively.
TERMITE CONTROL CO
Phone 7-2313 120 N. W. 53rd St.
HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS
Rugs Cleaned. Dyed and Repaired
Moth Proofing
Orientals Our Specialty
60 N. E. 39th StreetTel. 2-7798
PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL
FLOOR COVERINGS
COMFORT -I- PROTECTION
A WELL VENTILATED ATTIC
MEANS A COOL HOME
RARSON'S "SELFACTION"
LEAK-PROOF VENTILATORS
KEEP OUT BLOWING RAINS
and prevent high pressure formation
In attics. Let os replace your leaky
I*"?. "IRELAND COMPANY, INC.
S48 N. W. First Court
Phone S-8495____________
CEMETERY SERVICE
A COMPLETE Floor Coverinf Ser-
viceHotels. Apartments, Resi-
dences.
(leaning and Moth Proofing;
LARVEX ODORLESS PROCESS
Many years of trustworthy service.
All customer's goods Insured. MIAMI
CARPET CLEANING ft LAYING
Co., John A. Baker, Owner, 120 N.
W. 25th St., Tel. 2-292L
FLORISTS
EXOTIC GARDEN8, INC.
Flagler and Bridge. Phonei HHH
2-1S47. Beach Phone 5-2961607
Lincoln Road. Office 2970 N. W. 17th
Avenue. Phone 2-3103.Finest Assort-
ment of Fresh Cut Flowers In Miami.
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
WIRED ANYWHERE
BOARDING BATHING GROOM
Plucking Modern Boarding Ken-
nels.
KNOWLES PET HOSPITAL
Mrs. V. W. Knowles,
740 N. E. 90th 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. CM353
SEPTIC TANKS
SUPERIOR
SEPTIC TANK CO.
EDWIN H. O'NEAL. Owner
12 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Don't Say: 'Septic Tanks"
Say: "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 r?i parts for all ma-
chines. Used machines sold and rent-
ed. Sewing Machine Shop, 71, S. H.
1st SL, Phone 2-4024._____________
SIGNS
PLUMBING
MARBLE, Granite and Bronze mark-
ers. Mausolems. cemetery work or
nil description. 1351 N. W. 10th Ave.
Kt'LL. Ph. 2-1396__________________.
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER
DRAFTING SERVICE ON HOUSE
PLANS. Etc., reasonable rates,
work guaranteed. ___
W. PAUL MEREDITH
Construction Engineer, Room 20.),
7837% N. E. 2nd Ave Phone 7-4727.
i ts
FLOWERS SHRUBBERY
BLOOMING Geraniums, bougalnvlllea.
Hibiscus, begonia, vines, crotons,
Reloperone. Many not listed. 10c up.
Best grade top soil 85c yd. Hammock
soil $1.25 vd. Manure $3 yd-Ph. 7-1871.
Qsl>orne N'urspry. 2096 N. W. 57 th st.
FURNITURE REPAIRING
A. L. MERRIFIELD
Plumbing and Gas Fitting
Repairs and Septic Tank Work
All Work Guaranteed
25 YEARS' experience; large ana
small installations. Ill N. E. 20th
St. Phone 3-3932.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER ft
STORAGE COMPANY, INC.
1000 N. B. First Ave.
Local and Long Distance Hauling.
Vaults for Furs. Rugs and Silver.
CRATINGPACKINGSHIPPING
Fireproof WarehousesCustom
BondedMoth Proofing
WE move you anywhere In TJ. 8. A.
Bonded and Insured carriers. Phono
2-7188. Suddath Moving and Storag*
Co. Office in all principal cities.
DENTIST
DR. SANBORN
EX-RAY & GAS EXTRACTIONS
Cor. N. E. First Ave.. at Second St.
Opposite Catholic Church
PHONE 2-1460
Small Monthly Payments_____
PAINTING
FOR COMMERCIAL WALL-
OUTDOOR SIGNS
TRUCK LETTERING
PHONE 8-6515
RANKIN
SIGN CO.
IIP 17. If. 2uii Avenue
3T0RAGE
ELECTRIC RAZORS
FINE FURNITURE MADE FINER
Upholstering Refintoning Re-
pairing Antiques Restored. Abso-
F^MlS'FTmNITURE SHOP
Back of Grove TheatreGeo. F. par-
row. Mgr., 3247 Charles Ave. .Phong
4-4880. "* *
WHICK AND SHAVEMASTER
OIL KITSACCESSORIES
I.A.ANDRESS
131 Shoreland Arcade. Pho. S-4581
FIREPROOF BLDG., HEART OF
CITY
SPECIALIZING in personal effects.
Baggage room with free access.
Bags, 50c month; trunk $1: 2, $1.50
month. Personal stalls, $1.50 month
and up; Furniture racks, $2.50 month
and up; Private rooms, $5 month and
up; Laager amounts of storage, lc
cu. ft. Storage Warehouse Co., 18
N. E. 2nd St. Phone 2-1208 and we
will pick them up.
Have that Painting or Decorating
Job done
NOW *'
Summer Prices. Reliable. Work
Guaranteed
MONEY TO LOAN
For PaintingNo down payment
Three years to payNo Mortgage
Required.
HUMPHREY A tt*RT
Licensed Contractors
Phone 4-6060
DANCING INSTRUCTION
MRS. HARRY SCHWARTZ
whose marriage was an event of
several weeks ago, and who is now
the guest with her husband of his
parents in Chicago where they are
spending their honeymoon.
MILTON A. FDIEDMAN
President of the Young Men's He-
brew Association, who will be for-
mally installed at a banquet Sunday
night.
SPORTSCHMOOS
Eric Seclig. one-time middle-weight
and wclter-woujht champion of Ger-
many, has been advised to retire from
the ring by bis manager, Paul Dam-
ski. Soolig has been fighting in this
country with indifferent success for
two years. He's going into the meat
business. If. Michael Plant was the
coxswain on Hnrvnrd's 150-pound
crew that sailed for England last
week to row in tht Thames Challenge
Cup race. Mickey Fishman, the sen-
sational hurler of the University of
Michigan nine, has been signed by
the Syracuse Chiefs of the Interna-
tional League. He's been optioned to
Albany of the Eastern League. Mrs.
Caroline Hirsch copped the New York
State women's single tennis crown.
Herb Fleischhacker. one-time star
back of Southern California's mighty
elevens, is now a member of the fine
arts committee of the San Francisco
Exposition of 1939. Sidney Hcrsch
is the 1938 golf champion of Wit-
waterstand. South Africa. Milton
Padway of Wisconsin took second in
the pole vault at the Central Inter-
collegiate outdoor championships.
Although he didn't win any major
titles this year. Marty Glickman of
Syracuse is credited with the best
mark for the 100 yard dash outdoors,
9.5 seconds. And Phil Levy of the
Los Angeles Olympic Club is listed
as having made the second best dis-
cuss heave, 163 feet 8 5-8 inches.
Koolmotor
Gasolene and Oils
,<0fli
&
m>lii^*
Distributed By
ORANGE STATE
OIL CO.
TED HILL'S
School of DancingStaff of expert
teachersall types of dancing taught
LARRY LAYTON
dancer at Miami's finest clubs. la
charge of tap for children and adults.
EDNA MOORE
formerly of London and New York
in charge of ballet, toe, acrobatic.
classic and reducing.
RADIO AUDITIONS & TRAINING
Private and class instruction daily or
evenings. Phone 3-4322, 206 N. E.
141 li St.. at Second Avenue.
WRECKING& MATERIAL
WE WILL wreck any building, any
time, anywhere. Full insurance cov-
erage. Licensed wreckers.
DOOR, Windows, all sizes: ste>'l
sash, firedoors; lumber. 2x4. 2x0,
2x8. 2x10. 2x12, 2x14- Reinforeinc
steel "I" beams, angles; toilets, lav-
atories, tubs, water pipe, black pipe,
soil pipe and fittings.
SCOTT AND WHITTAKER
Wrecking and Salvage Contractor*
3100 N. W. 27th Ave. Phone 3-4115
CANADIAN RABBI NAMED
EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR
New York, July 8. (WNS)The
Jewsb community of the Union of
South Africa has appointed Rabbi J.
L. Zlotnick rabbi of of the Shaarey
Zadek Synagogue. Vancouver. Cana-
da, as educational director, the first
time such a post has been created In
any country outside of Palestine, he
announced on his arrival here. Rabbi
Zlotnick, who will sail for South Af-
rica in August, is a former executive
director of the Zionist Organization
of Canada and president of the Can-
adian Mizrachi. Ho is 50 years old
and a native of Poland, 1



PAGE EIGHT




THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JULY 8, tfM
Don't Destroy Flavor
By BETTY BARCLAY.
Some time ago I spent a -week-
end with a very dear friend. At
breakfast, a glass of orange Juice
i was placed before me. One sip
and the breakfast was spoiled bo
far as I was concerned.
r" Questioning carefully, I learned
that my friend had reamed this
juice the erenlng before and placed
It in the refrigerator so that It
would be Ice cold for breakfast. It
was Ice cold, but It was almost
flavorless.
Orange juice" should be consumed
within thirty minutes after it is
reamed. Mother Nature's protect-
ing peel will hold the flavor tor
-weeks or months, but the flavor be-
gins to disappear almost as soon
as the orange Is reamed. Not even
a covered container and an ice cold
refrigerator will retain this flavor
for more than a few minutes.
- I told this story as diplomatically
as possible to that friend of mine.
She tried serving freshly reamed
juice from ice cold orange* aad one
more family quickly learned a les-
son that is greatly needed by
thousands of women.
"Why it tastes one hundred per
cent better" my friend said. "The
children now clamor for their
morning orange Juice."
Now, I could have become real
technical and explained that orange
juice standing overnight in a cover-
ed container will lose approximate-
ly ten per cent of its Vitamin C
but after all, I was merely trying
to teach a friend how to keep
from destroying flavor for flavor
is all important at breakfast, and
particularly In the first sip that
passes your lips.
Many restaurant and hotel chefs
and cooks could well learn this
simple lesson. Far too often they
serve orange juice that has stood
for hours.
Don't do it, friends'. It destroys
the flavor. Let Mother Nature
work her magic In the flavor-retain-
ing peel until you are ready to
serve your juioe. Place the
oranges in the refrigerator over-
night not the orange juice.

Do You
Own
Your Home?
There never was a better time
than now to b'uild on*
The Liberal Financing Through
Federal Housing
Administration
Makes It Possible
Give me a call and I will gladly
help you to set the beat pos-
sible Information as to Its plan.
H. SIMONS
Care Ackerman Ina. Agency
1015 Seybold Bldg.
Phone 2-3151
iitiwiiiimuiiiimtf
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO.
INC.
37th St. and Normal Are
CHICAGO, ILL.
Delicious Corned Beef
Pickled, Cooked and Smoked
DEMAND IT FROM YOUR
Meats
NOW OBTAINABLE EVERY-
WHERE IN FLORIDA
DELICATESSEN
lUMIIMIKtll HI 1111IIHIII Ml (I IM
iMumemti iimi i miiiii mil i ii 11
Drama. Color. Interest
The Jewish
Festivals
by HAYYIM SCHAUSS
Obscure origin, revealed.
Colorful ceremonies portrayed,
Fxquuitr art objects illustrated
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man who was executed. The
Mosque nl Aqsa in Jerusalem, Is-
lam's second most sacred shrine, at
the renr of which is the Wailinjt
Wall, is to be closed shortly for ur-
gent repairs, on the advice of British
and Egyptian Moslem engineers. .
The major Jewish organizations
working in behalf of refugees arc far
from seeing eye to eye on the program
they would like to have the interna-
tional conference adopt. First
English Offantntkm to honor Sig-
imin is the Jewish Historical Society of
England, which lias made him an hon-
orary member. The International
Pen Club convention at Prague last
week gave a rousing demonstration
for Freudi by the way, and also for
the Austrian playwright Raoul Aucrn
heiiner, a nephew of Dr. Theodor
Ili-rzl. founder of Zionism. John
Qunther'a forthcoming book, "Inside
A-ia." in whicli he'll give the lowdown
on what's what on that continent,
will be pro-Zionist in its treatment of
the Palestine question. Part of
the heavily gold-plated silver table
service that once graced the table of
Emperor Huilic Selassie of Ethiopia
now rests in a red lacquered wardrobe
at the foot of the bed of Simon Nis-
sim, wealthy Jewish eccentric who
lives in monastic seclusion in London.
. He rarely answers the doorbell,
eats littfc. spends practically nothing
on clothes and feldom goes out. ...
His sole occupation is to wander
about the endless rooms of his magni-
ficient mansion admiring his world-
famous collection of Oriental antiques
. When he dies he plans to be-
queath the collection to England. ..
Before Sir Arthur Wauchopc, former
High Commissioner for Palestine, left
the Holy Land he sent out framed
photographs of a marble bust of the
lute Shmnrya Levin to six villages
and kvutzin throughout the country.
.... Both the photos and the bust
were specially commissioned by Wau-
thope, who was a close personal friend
of Levin. The famous Zionist
maggid and the British army officer
used lo play chess together almost
daily. ... A. .1. Cronin, whose novel
"The Citadel" Is still a best-seller, re-
cently made a thinly veiled plea for
a dictator for England in an article
in the London Sunday Chronicle. .
Surely you remember the name of Ig-
natius Trebitsch-Lincoln, the Hungar-
ian Jew who has had an adventurous
career as an Anglican missionary, a
British M. P., a German war spy and,
in recent years, a Buddahist monk.
.... Now comes Hugo G. Roboz,
foreign expert, with the revelation
that back in 1923, in the days of
Hitler's Munich putsch, it was Trcb-
itsch who saved the future Fuehrer's
life by warning him to keep out of
Berlin, where the police were gunning
for him in earnest. All of which
just goes lo show you that even Hit-
ler couldn't survive without a Jew
to help him.
ABOUT PEOPLE
When Roger William Straus, Jr.,
whose papa is the son of the late Os-
car Straus, married Dorothea Licb-
mann last week, two clergymen offi-
ciated, one being Rabbi Samuel Schul
man and the other Dr. John Lovejoy
Elliott of the Ethical Culture Society.
... If you say Mazel Tov to the wife
of Senator Guy Gillette of Iowa, who
jusi won a primary victory, she'll un-
derstand you, because she's a Bialy-
Btoker by birth whose maiden name
was Rose Freeman. When Vic-
toria Booth Demarest, granddaughter
of the founder of the Salvation Ar-
my, cautioned the Daughters of the
American Revolution against
Semitism "even if Communism k?
originated in Jewish minds, even*
it is secretly backed by internation,i
Jewry." did she know that Genets
Booth, her grandpappy, Was
Jewish? While on the ,nbjlr
of Landsleit. we've just learned that
Lion Fcuchtwangcr, the famous not
(list, is a cousin to Walter Want
the movie producer. An,j aJ*'
Bernstein, the dueling playwright of
France, claims the same relationshia
to Sidney Kingsley, Pulitzer Pn^
playwngnt. ... The J. D. O.'s nt
maestro of public relations bj N'ath,.
0. Belth, who succeeds Herbert Sel.
Igman. Belth and Seligman cam,
to the J. D. C. on the same day thru
years ago. ... Ben Hanft also mor.
ed up in the J. D. O. press depart-
nient. Clement Moore, author 0[
the immortal "The Night Befott
Christmas." was also the author of
a compendium lexicon of the Hebre
Language, In two volumes, published
in 1809. Don't you just low,
that bit of anti-Nazi repartee in the
British-made film "Storm in a Tea.
cup?'' ... We recommend it to the
attention of Sam Goldwyn, who hit
dropped the idea of the anti-bigotry
film "Exiles" on the grounds tint
the subject is too controversial for
this free land.....Did you know
that J. Mortimer Adler, professor a:
Chicago University and noted apob"
gist for the Catholic Church, authori-
tative speaker on Catholic subjects,
and well-known author of Catholic
philosophical essays and of a book
entitled "Prudence in Art." dealing
with the theme of censorable artistic
expressionthat this J. Mortimer
Adler has never been ncceptcd to the
bosom of the Church, and that not
for want of trying? .... Did yoi
know that he was born a Jew iu New
York City and that his parents and
grandparents were German Jews.
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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JULY 8, tfM Don't Destroy Flavor By BETTY BARCLAY. Some time ago I spent a -weekend with a very dear friend. At breakfast, a glass of orange Juice i was placed before me. One sip and the breakfast was spoiled BO far as I was concerned. r" Questioning carefully, I learned that my friend had reamed this juice the erenlng before and placed It in the refrigerator so that It would be Ice cold for breakfast. It was Ice cold, but It was almost flavorless. Orange juice" should be consumed within thirty minutes after it is reamed. Mother Nature's protecting peel will hold the flavor tor -weeks or months, but the flavor begins to disappear almost as soon as the orange Is reamed. Not even a covered container and an ice cold refrigerator will retain this flavor for more than a few minutes. I told this story as diplomatically as possible to that friend of mine. She tried serving freshly reamed juice from ice cold orange* aad one more family quickly learned a lesson that is greatly needed by thousands of women. "Why it tastes one hundred per cent better" my friend said. "The children now clamor for their morning orange Juice." Now, I could have become real technical and explained that orange juice standing overnight in a covered container will lose approximately ten per cent of its Vitamin C but after all, I was merely trying to teach a friend how to keep from destroying flavor — for flavor is all important at breakfast, and particularly In the first sip that passes your lips. Many restaurant and hotel chefs and cooks could well learn this simple lesson. Far too often they serve orange juice that has stood for hours. Don't do it, friends'. It destroys the flavor. Let Mother Nature work her magic In the flavor-retaining peel until you are ready to serve your juioe. Place the oranges in the refrigerator overnight — not the orange juice. Do You Own Your Home? There never was a better time than now to b'uild on* The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Makes It Possible Give me a call and I will gladly help you to set the beat possible Information as to Its plan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Ina. Agency 1015 Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-3151 iitiwiiiimuiiiimtf KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Are CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked DEMAND IT FROM YOUR Meats NOW OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA DELICATESSEN lUMIIMIKtll HI 1111IIHIII Ml (I IM iMumemti IIMI i miiiii mil i ii 11 Drama. Color. Interest The Jewish Festivals by HAYYIM SCHAUSS Obscure origin, revealed. Colorful ceremonies portrayed, Fxquuit r art objects illustrated #2.50 TU UNION OP AMERICAN HBBOW CONGREGATIONS • tienUma BUi. CJNONNATI W_ THE JEWISH FESTIVALS Ja. Addruu. an — OmkmdemiU UmJCOJX a NOfcE [ AN011WI KOO.X 2D. up AIRCO^?!!ION0) SUMMER COMFORT at U\U 'modem, fireproof bole] h> the heart of downtown Jackson T Die. Every room wlm tab and shower, soft water. ladio. Every bed with bnenpsina mattrees ad readme; lamp. Itanlag k water on every floor. POPULAR PHICED COCTT AIL LOUNGE and COFTEE SHOP Q*et I. I MUMB Hetele HOTtl r>TTtnf HOTtl DltOTO Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page Three) man who was executed. • • The Mosque nl Aqsa in Jerusalem, Islam's second most sacred shrine, at the renr of which is the Wailinjt Wall, is to be closed shortly for urgent repairs, on the advice of British and Egyptian Moslem engineers. The major Jewish organizations working in behalf of refugees arc far from seeing eye to eye on the program they would like to have the international conference adopt. First English Offantntkm to honor Sigimin


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wJewisti Floridi&m QJEimEi^TIhe Jhewiisih Unity P9 VOLUME 11.—NUMBER 27 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS 11. Z. II. SEEKS TO AID BNAI BR1TH Kstes Park, Colo., July 8, (WXS) —A six point plan for increasing the number of B'nai B'rith members obtained from the ranks of its junior order. Aleph Zadek Aleph, was adopted by the A. Z. A.'s annual convention. Proposed by Aaron Tollin of Chester, Pa., a former international president of A. Z. A., the plan called for (1 ) establishment of a joint A. /.. A.-B'nai B'rith special agency to deal with the membership problem; (21 inauguration of the practice of inviting 20-year old A. Z. A. members to B'nai B'rith meetings; (3) development of a B'nai B'rith program with a stronger appeal for 21-ycar old members, emphasizing cultural, social, athletic and religious local activity F; (4) expansion of the A. Z. A. program of education concerning the work of B'nai B'rith ; (5) formation of booster clubs or similar special UDits for younger members within H'nai B'rith lodges; (6) formation .if separate B'mi B'rith lodges for A. Z. A. alumni and other similar age "up* in the largest cities. l'aul Goodwin of New Haven, Conn., won the annual international oratorical contest with" an address ou %  Jewish Contributions to Democracy." Seonnd place winner was Milton Detit-rh of Kansas City. Kan. William l'earlstein of Bock Island, 111., won tie third place medal. The Milwaukee chapter won the international debate championship, members of tho winning team being Leo Lichter and Morton Koplin. BRAZILIAN HEAD VISITS COLON! Rio do Janeiro. July 8, (WXS)— Kezende, an agricultural colony of Jen lib. refugees in the State of Rio de Janeiro, had the personal approval of President Getulio Vargas after he had mad* an unannounced inspection visitVargas showed his pleasure when one of the younger colonists who was asked if he was an Hungarian replied proudly: "I am a Brazilian." The colony has 300 settlers who bought land on easy terms. Each eol•iii^t works his own land for agricultural purposes only. The colony has sufficient land to accommodate several thousand people. RABBI SOLOMON GOLDMAN of the Anshi-i Ernes Congregation of Chicago, who was elected president of the Zionist Organization of America at the convention at Detroit last Monday. RETIRING HEAD TELLS OF WORK Detroit, July 0—Laying down his office as President or the Zionist Organization of America, Dr. Stephen S. Wise told more than 2,000 delegates and guests of the organisation's 41st annual convention assembled at the first public session at the Cass Technical High School here Sunday that i In forthcoming conference in Evian. France of the International Refugee Commission will be a "dismal failure" unless Great Britain, at the instance of the United States Government, is prepared to open the doors of Palestine to mass immigration of Jewish refugees from Germany and Austria. In an impassioned plea for special action by the Refugee Conference with regard to opening the gates wider to Palestine settlement. Dr. Wise said: "To other lands Jewish refugees may go as welcome or halfwelcome guests. To Palestine tbey must be free to go as of right and not on sufferance. This is the time for England to take the ampler view and to return once again to the standards and ideals of Balfour and Lloyd George." (The Balfour Declaration pledging Great Britain's aid for the establishment of a Jewish National Home in Palestine was issued on Xovember 2nd, 1917, when Lloyd George was Prime Minister.Following Dr. Wise's valedictory address a resolution was unanimously adopted by the convention delegates urging the establishment of a special oommlsslou by the International Refugee Conference "to deal with the task of facilitating Jewish settlement in Palestine," In view of Palestine's "availability as a major center of Jewish migration.". The resolution on the Evian Refugee Conference was introduced bf_ Abraham Goldberg, a member of the Zionist Organization Executive. As a token of the gratitute of American Jewry for President Roosevelt's intercession in behalf of the victims of oppression, the resolution provided that a volume of the Golden Book of the Jewish National Fund be dedicated to President Roosevelt "in perpetuation of this great humanitarian deed." Names of world famous personalities have been inscribed in the Golden Book in recognition of their aid and sympathetic understanding of Jewish problems. American Jewry is pledged by the resolution t furnish the necessary financial and moral support to bring to fruition a large scale settlement program in Palestine for the fugitives from injustice and religious hatred." MOVEMENTS ARE New York. July 8. (WNS)—"It is the consensus of opinion of the committee that both movements (Communist Party and German-American Bund) are what might be .termed rackets," State Senator John J. McNabb declared in adjourning the hearings of the state committee probing un-American activities. He said the committee had found seven parallels between the Communists and Xazi* in this country, including tho fact that both have youth movements preparing the youth for future membership in the senior body; Frits Kuhn, Bund leader, visited Hitler, and Earl Browder. Communist leader, visited Stalin; the Bund is engaged in promoting race hatred and the Communists promote class hatred. NOVEL METHODS TO FIGHT NAZIS Fourth of July week-enders at the Long Island and frorth Jersey beaches gazed sky-wards Monday afternoon at the opening move in a national campaign against Nazism being conducted by the Non-Sectarian AntiNazi League of 20 West 47th Street, New York City. Two airplanes trailing signs seven feet high and one hundred and seventy-five feet long flew along the Jersey shore as far South as Red Bank and along Long Island beaches as far east as Far Rockaway. The signs read "You pay Nazi spies if you buy Nazi goods." It is estimated that over six million people saw the displays. "We have fought Nazism for five jcurs through a boycott of German goods." directors of the League said, "but in the meantime, Nazism has grown to alarming proportions in North America. The recent revelations obtained through the Federal Grand Jury investigation of the Nazi spy ring nnd tho testimony of the German-American Bund and other American Nazi leaders before the McNnhoc Committee have helped to drive the reality home to tho American public. Still more alarming revelations are expeoted from the hearings before the Congressional committeo headed by Rep. Martin Dies to be held in July and August. "The League still contends that an all-American boycott of Nazi goods is the only means of ending the Nazi threat to America. Hitler's government has a comparatively minute gold reserve of $12,000,000. It is utterly dependent on foreign trade returns to finance tho spy system and Nazi propagandists in the United States, "We are also convinced that a German boycott will seriously affect the Japanese spy system in the United States. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has admitted to a conviction that pro-Nazi and Japanese agents worked together to steal plans of American destroyers and other defense means. The Japanese are too easily identified to be effective in this type of espionage, whereas a Nazi, be he German. Austrian, Belgian, French or even an English hireling, can obtain government employment or wander through Army and Navy reservations without arousing suspicion. The Xazi-Japanrse pact, unfortunately, seems to be for spy and war purposes as well as trade. "The League plans a national campaign to combat this condition through the rest of the year. Plans arc under way for similar airplane advertising over summer camps on the Atlantic seaboard and in mountain resorts between Maine and Virginia. Other summer propaganda media are being discussed by the League's Board." Monday's flight wns handled by the S. S. Pike Company of 50 East 42nd Street. Zionists Conclude Detroit Convention TUNE IN SUNDAY MORNING AT 9:60 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 comments and music. With the election of Rabbi Solomon Goldman of Chicago as president, the Zionist Organization of America concluded its forty-first annual convention in Detroit and selected New York City as the convention site for next year Dr. Goldman who was the victor in the intense and spirited fight for the presidency over Dr. Israel Goldstein of New York, delivered an impassioned address at the closing session Tuesday with an attack upon Nazi violence and brutality toward Jews in Austria and Germany. Voicing the protest of "Israel and all enlightened mankind," a resolution ndopted by the convention charged the "Nazi regime flouts all conceptions of decency and civilized conduct" and expressed sympathy for the "victims of these shocking persecutions." R.ibbi Goldman told the convention Palestine has become the "most vital force in the economic rehabilitation of oppressed Jewries and the most potent factor in the revival of the creative genius of the Jewish people." He praised American Jews for a "conspicious role in the rebirth of the Jewish national home." MASONRY IN American Delegate Censures Germany Evian. France, July 8—Myron C. Taylor, chairman of the American delegation to the inter-governmental meeting on political refugees, Wednesday censured nations that dump "unfortunate peoples" on the rest of the world and warned the practice carries threat of international anarchy. Taylor reviewed the international refugee problem before delegates of 32 nations gathered here at invitation of President Roosevelt to consider one of the greatest humanitarian problems of modern times—sheltering of refugees from Germany and Austria. Spokesmen for the American delegation. Taylor criticised conditions leading to tho refugee problem in sharp terms. In addition to violating all elementary human right.!, he said, "dumping of unfortunate peoples in large numbers on the rest of the world" will produce conditions of anarchy which cannot fail to have a serious effect on world peace. Taylor did not name Germany specifically, but ''? falling attention of the meeting to its specif!': problem of alleviating the condition of political refugees in and from Germany, he pointed directly at the Xazi government. "I need not emphasize that discrimination and pressure against minority groups and disregard of elementary human rights are contrary to the principles of what wo have come to regard as acepted standards of civilization," Taylor said. "We have heard from t>me to time of disruptive consequences of the dumping of merchandise upon the world's economy. How much more (Continued on Page Six) Switzerland Bans Use Of Swastika Berne. Switzerland. July 8, (WXS) —The. use of the swastika and other foreign national or party emblems in conjunction with the Swiss flag was homed by the Swiss Federal Council in its latest move to halt the spread of Xazi and Fascist movements. The Council had previously forbidden the wearing of party uniforms. Recent news from continental Europe regarding the Masonic situation reveals n very unhappy situation of Masons in those countries. Although Masonry was suppressed in Hungary right after the World War, there have been a number of Masons in Hungary who received their Degrees in Austria where Masonry was permitted to exist. Xow. since Austria has been annexed nnd Masonry banned there, public life in Hungary on the part of those who formerly belonged to Masonic Lodges in Austria is very unhappy indeed, as public life there is influenced by what happens in Austria. The information is that the Grand Master in Austria, who is 77 years old and ill. has been arrested and both he and his son, who was Master of one of the Lodges, have been imprisoned. Many others have been arrested at their homes and thrown into prison. While the brethren have no Masonic meetings in Hungary, the individual ICasOOl collectively have been supporting a girls' home atid milk stations for undernourished children, each one contributing as his ability permitted—a very wonderful and much needed work. Although this charity has been the principal work of the Masons in Hungary, during past years when they were permitted there, and although they have been suppressed and have had no Mason!e meetings except just getting together to discuss and map out the method* of financing these two welfare agencies, thty are still looked upon with suspicion. The brother who furnished tho above information writes that he envies us "to be able to work freely for the. humanitarian ideals of our Fraternity." In Roumania charges against the Iron Guard, or national socialist organization, seem to have developed the suspicion, if not the fact, that it had raised money for Germany for the purpose of organizing espionage as well as to creote anti-Masonic agitation.—(Scottish Rite Xews.) H. H. FARR Commander of the Freda M*rkowitz Post of the Jewish War Veterans, of Miami, who was installed at forma] ceremonies by the National Commander last Thursday night. % 



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FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wJewtislh IFiariidliaim rUBLISHXD EVERT niDAY P. O. Bos arts PLANT AND OFFICE8 21 8. W. Second Avenue Phone. 2-1141; 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor TRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation MmT a* Mtond claaa un&r th. Act of lUreh 181*. ST. PETERSBUEG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN IUrMnUtiTa WEST FALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICE RapraMatotiTO 1 RETRACT ORLANDO DORIS 8. HELLER RvpraMnUtiT* TAMPA MRS. JAT MARKOWITZ BtpraMntativ* SUBSCRIPTION su Mooti-•MTr_ _$l.e _M.H FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1938 VOLUME 11.—NUMBER 27 Toronto, July 8, (WNS)—"As fur as I urn concerned the German consul can go i" hell. You can tell bim that yourself, if you give DM his address I will tell him myself. Tell li i in the people of Canada an not going t" do the gooan step for bim or anyone else." In these blunt words Alderman William Croft replied to a protest by c. 0. Kropp, German consul, to Mayor Halpb Hay against Oroffs remark, following an inspection 01 the Toronto zoo, that its beavers' pool was SO dirty "the only thing I'd put in there would be Hitler." Mayor Hay said he would ignore the protest ns "the stntement complained of Is one made by a private individual and one over whose actions I have no control whatever." Strictly Confidential T~ TlTTfWP A a T TJTBAM By PHINEAS J. BIRON A Word of Caution • W ITHIN the past several weeks we have been privileged to note the self-effacement of noted leaders in American Jewry, and their yielding certain ideas so that united action might be taken in defense of Jewry. When such bodies as the American Jewish Congress, the American Jewish Committee, the Jewish Labor Committee and B'nai B'rith realize the necessity of uniting forces, the average individual and small local organization should logically follow suit. In this area it appears that not only organizations but individuals have been imbued with their importance and their complete knowledge of conditions and their ability to solve important problems facing Jewry not only of this area but throughout the Diaspora. In the last several weeks we have jioted that a number of individuals have rushed to the front and have suggested solutions for problems which are testing the abilities cf the greatest statesmen of our day. These individuals have not hesitated to condemn public officials for certain actions. Granted that as American citizens the right of rushing into print and otherwise is their inalienable privilege; and that each organization no matter how unimportant has minds superior to the recognized leaders of the Jewish and non-Jewish world. ... we wonder if it might not be advisable to stop and ponder our actions before we take them. Jew. everywhere for ages past have been accused of being too forward. Perhaps this charge in this instance may be true Why not obviate irritations, why not leave these things to those who have the facts before them; why not inquire be"in all tinoertty we humbly suggest: if there is to be any action consult your B'nai B'rith who has devoted years of efforts to the anti-Semitic question. Learn the true facts, and then if you cannot be convinced otherwise, do as you p ease. Let us have deliberate, concerted consultation and action. Let not the individual man or organization do things which may refleet upon and norm us all. Politics versus Orphans —HIS to the title of an editorial which appeared in the T ooathen. Israelite of June 3rd, and of Jrtnch a repnnt to heing mailed to hundred, of resident* of £*££ far. to the aotion of the recent Fifth Dtotnct 1MBnth fe vention held in Orlando %  %  £S£l*£ adopted the minority report of the !" orohan, recommended that NO PONDS be given to the Hebrew Orphans HOm L a on A .Ttte signatories of the minority report are resent raj? strong!,STS aUegaUon. ^Stoj-to-did ££H£ in a. Hlle. and Student •**£££* Z. A. work, in It, Palestinian **"Z£t2Ti?Wm* TODAY, in its defense **•"*** £££*£ HITLER TO FOUND RELIGIOUS CULT I Ion. July 8, (WNS)—A new religious cult embracing all people of pare Nordic stock, with himself as the spiritual founder, is being organized by Adolf Hitler, the London Daily Herald reported In revealing that the Nazi fuehrer was preparing an amplification of his autobiography "Moln Kampf," in which he would lay down the principles of the new religion as well as chart the future policy of the N'azircgimc. WHAT'S IIAI'PKMNfi HERE If you're one of the many who've ben puzzled by what seems to be a sudden rush on the part of certain columnists to pooh-pooh the Nazi spyprobe by insisting that the Nazi espionage ring got no secrets of any value, maybe you agree with us that it's really intended to allay public alarm. Didja know that the Nazis still have a price of $11,500 on the head of Albert Einstein? .... The height of something or other in political propaganda was achieved by the siwnsors of the malicious rumor that William E. Dodd Jr., whose father was the former ambassador to Germany, is a Nazi sympathizer Young Dodd is running for Congress in Virginia, and the object of the rumor is to put him in bad with the voters. He's so much of an antiNazi that he's chairman of the American Committee for Ami-Nazi Literature. ... A prominent German Import and export house in this country is trying hard to find jobs for two .if its Jewish employees, who must In' fired because of orders from Berlin. T'nclc Sam's revenue agents are on the trail of Max Sehmeling American Income, The Men Braonfdser /.eiiung. a German language paper published in Neu Hraunfols, Texas, got off the following nifty about the Nazi organizations in this country : "We in the beautiful South can under no circumstances agree to such crazy organizations in the Northern states which approve of un-American .Tew persecutions and un-Christlan conflicts". E REFUGEES W.si Park. N. Y.. July 8, (WNS, —The first group <>f ten German and Austrian refugees who will he housed ill Camp Aberdeen, a unique project in Americanization and spiritual readjustment sponsored by the American Friends Service, Committee (Quakers) on a 86-aci state here directly opposite President Roosevelt's Hyde Park home, have arrived. lltimately SO arc expected. The initial group comprises four boys, three women, a former rabbinical student and two little girls. The teaching staff is mad.up of two Bryan Mawr college students, a former professor from Moravian College. bi< wife and two others, in addition i.> Dr. Arthur Charles, dlrecpoaad a resolution to make the Browu Bomber an honorary Falasha. To which Hartford's witty Abraham I'elilman. as chairman of the resolutions committee, responded in kind by saying that he believed such an honor ill-advised, in view of the Rome Berlin axis and the fact that the Falashos are now Italian subjects Young but gray-haired Lawrence Schwartz of White Plains brought down the house with his impromptu revision of an old fish story in answer to words of caution to the Rabbis by Robert P. Goldman, president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Paraphrasing the story in which the Talmudist cuts down the sign "fresh fish here today" to nothing, ending with the punch line "Why say fish? You can smell it all over the place." Schwartz brought a roar of approval from the Rabbis when he remarked: "Why should I say resent? You can smell the resentment throughout the room" .... Rabbi Samuel Schulman again held the convention with his keen extemporaneous oratory and reminded his colleagues) perhaps for the tenth time, that this might be the last time be WOUM be able to attend. What used to 1*' the swanky Club Richman in New York is now the Jewish Philosophers Institute—and Harry Richman is shopping about for a new night club to bear his name next season A ll aged Jewish resilient from the Bialystoker Home, going to vote in the American Jewish Congress election last, week, whispered to one of the poll workers: "Do those who vote get old age pensions?" JEWISH NEWS Dr. Henry Eiiglutulcr will resign as acting registrar "f the Hebrew Union College this Fall. ... A layman will he named to fill the new position of business manager and registrar. Funniest crack at the meeting of the Central Conference of American Rabbis Is credited to Rabbi Isaac Landman of Brooklyn. Apropos the rule-8cbmHng fight Landman proYOC Ml'ST KNOW Dr. Philip Joseph, defense counsel for Shlomo ben Joseph, the RoBB, I'inah youth who was the first Jew to be executed in Palestine in nineteen centuries, is a brother of Dr. Bernard Joseph, counsel for the Jewish Agency, but no relation to the. (Continued on Page Eight) tor. The camp will be operated until September 18th as an experienced after which it may be expanded. The program of activities which includes a study of current events, lessons in American and German literature, %  in.inic problems, problems of American government, instruction in arts and crafts, hiking, music and discussions. Operated on a cooperative basis, all of the campers have a set task such as baking, cooking, sewing. gardening, etc. HERZLS NEPHEW IS vital things simply because some gentleman, well intentioned perhaps, never-the-less, believe that because they have had a pet —Assurance of minority protection in America lies chiefly in the peculiar eomposition of Amerilan soriety itself. Robert H. Jackson, solicitorgeneral of the United States, said in accepting a monument presented to the American people by the Republic of Finland. Declaring that American political institutions are based on a mosaic of minorities in which none is sufficiently dominant to threaten the liberties of any other, Mr. Jackson said "we are a nation with no permanently preponderant group in religion, in nationality, in tradition, in interest or in opinion. And these men of many origins are united in a firm confidence and n stubborn determination that this land will not tolerate oppression of any racial, national, religious or political minirity."



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MM* PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLOHDIAJI FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1938 SORORITY BE>6I> .-' MMEJ: UTITITIES %  %  %  '": %  • • %  -7 L .1 >: : • ealcatdar if tranter ttttrv^es las: T a iaoay ax • theatre parry head at V? t lni %  •'7 tans %  eai a ---I. 1 :.."_' li TV lir -• T7 li • if I: M' IE. M- Beat Fiemaa• %  • CEL£BR\T1> BD2THDAT AVVTVZK&ABT KIT.; She7*_-i Casae 7 aaa ef M1^-. M-i IraH M :****: MxnaLi : ; --: : : -—aey 1' Moade>y i: %  "L-'.i -••a gaess* exjpye* t -: :; ':'.n ::• %  **. • %  a .' EAT! FOB \ M IBM Mr tad M-•;•_*? I. WWagaaafci •; -1: CHETY BBi W v > 1.1; _; •-; .: i .i:: a %  a FORVU INSTILLATION T" BE HELD r v:* aa* TMBKC W> t w_ -_LX : ( :.-'--: %  •[ ru TO BE HONORED t** v v v. i r* z l %  : u tfcc bHM -..' Msad Ma Ua f :-:T-:= W N-w Y-. -t T: %  :; w. ~ %  %  %  /.', the ft rsxet I • • • r NTERTUN-. AT P\RTY : I • I • ^ ; %  %  were 1 wen Mn torn Biti On Xha rs*t W; I T,|tT bauttKal BJCB • • • I VVEII.IVC, 70 BE HELD r • • MrMary Cohen. Ben C ber. cf B-a-'t %  tab ; • • %  //.£ witRabbi '-A K^rtr offcciaCLr •wJoc of the Woodiawn A: Mtmia t- reeeart at tbe eereeor.y. • • • I EWE EOR V\f \TI0N Mrs Darid V: mgnlii f or % %  %  I • • • To BOLD DAME %  %  '. •': %  In Nat L waiiarr, aaurman of the tum%  Z.t:-n*fc1 i • Matga ay Censor Loans Mas J t*epxia* Rat w H. A. te be r M-* Mi-.i; SniadelL rtnali Vtt.aXi %  • • --%  Mi W—ut rried' • %  T T M E A u: ;!*r6-: A--precia>a>t: Dr. "-ry i-; Na: ucr. aarc f anaafcaMSti is SI.a t Eaflet %  I ?1 X ;-: rtatiou c-r. be m*d* "' %  aritl ::T aaaajber :f •.:_• rl >"~: :r 2-1260. • • • IMPORTANT MEETING TO BE HELD tbe iocal B L; ETittft Ladaa will be %  X Mtef ^--.-:-r Z-.'.y 12ti -•• I*Ti.:taad Torti H!! li c I S 15 o'dock to whici all Beaberj are utfeatly requested Mr. Hirrr HatMbMI oa %  iiwrt local lay lead• tr itMnai on one of the pha<*< of ctrrent Jeniih prob.%  =.-. Mattera of rita! iapcrtarce ii: t Rport of the looa'. Aati-Da• retting ag the Jewry : •. a On Btati -; : •-1. A ttsraanoa wQ •i-ior. cf :-;-.r: Re• • • ANNl AI. PIf NIC TO BE HELD T:.< B*ritk L-:-ir* wi:: be hr".i at • F :• I: %  rile on lTth. Game* and con•8 ^ .•-:-• *^ be enjoys %  ir* day. A;: members as5 BEACH GIRL IS TO MARRY IN FALL MiM Bere.-.y Stra n 0ata\ &*-gkt*T of Mr. acd Mr*. M. Strawgate, wioa* e=^agerae=: w Ralph Grosamas. BOB of Mr, acd Mra. L M. G.*oss=A£ cf M T .; Beach waj asaotinced Sunday," afl be marriad — New Tack os S*p1L tttead t= sni %  •"'-.: the ea%  '. Mr >L B airaaaa, %  '• •Milton A Friedman A baseball pat between t—mf representing _: B rkk Loire* will be the feature of the day'i program. Those members of the Lodge who are in a poaition to ; %  %  ;r members •A with the '. the Lodge. • • • ANNl AL PICNIC TO BE HELD Beth Darid Sisterb-">d wfTI sponsor* its annual Baeaie a: Hardies Casino. Miami Beach, all day Sunday July 24th beginning at 9:00 a. m. In charge of arrangements for this annual event is Mrs. J. Engier. Goodie* of | will be provided. J • • ararnaaa of ectertainBMtit ALL DAT PICNIC TO BE HELD ladies Anxiiiary of the Miami Jea -:. Oftkaias Congregation will hold their annual picnic Sunday July 10th at Hardie j Casino. First street and Ocean Drive. \timi Beach with Mr? Louis Paliot in charge of arIWkfHBNBta; Delicious foods sriTJ be ered at the boame aC Dr Wolao, in aa iafiraaal tiaraafrlui. Takiag part ia th Haraaaina were Dr. Hitt Waldtnan. professor of languages ia the college of the City of New y-.. ( Mrs. Albert Neoman. author o' "Eaoagh for Everybody" and Mr" Daniel Lawrence and they were asaiatMl by the other aaeaabers of -j Spi n osa Groap pr es e n t. • • • LEA\ ES FOB VACATION Lonis Hayman. well known Ci--.. af Beth Iavid Congregation. 3f^j. Mowday for a trip to New T-^rk 0_ where he will apcavd seven: While there he win confer art* pronaineat Cantors and arrar. •al coa p ositioa which %  used during the coaaiag Higi H i Days at Beth David. • • • TOMBSTONE TO BE I "N VEILED A toatbetone to the memory % %  -M-v Dora Cohen and Mr da Markowits will he unveiled at ea*. fanoiuii oa Sanday. July 17-i Shara Vafl ia Synagogae Cease Indiana poiia. lad-, at 11 .-00 a. a. Rabbi > M. Katx of Tadiaaapolis tad Rabbi Mar Shapiro of Beth Ikril CoBgregatioc. Miami will off. • • • ATTENDS DETROIT (ONAENTION Rabbi Max Snapiro of Miarai atteaded the conrention of the Zionist Organization of America at Dea %  rday and Monday tag* -i Greater Miami Z aaaal [ %  • %  • • • TO ENTERTAIN FOR LOYALTY CLrB Mrs. M.-r>: Engier w-ia be b>rea to the Ix.yaity Clab of Wm %  --;•'• T.esday eveninrJai;. at her home. 183T Southwest till •Street at S^W p. m. Refreshr.';: served and many card ga=H will be played. The public k kkl :-• artead. • • • CAMP IS OPENED Camp Frenrb Broad for B:T= •• Brevard. N. Cwith Rabbi 8a=-.e: Wrubel of AsheriUe. N. Cas d: • tor opened for the current seas t i,; Friday. Particular attention j :--r.r paij to not only the physJai .... — i •^•'-9 i^j'j to not omr tae nnrs:' 1 ; 0! M *^ *•*!. _w£ll ^ bnt ^ primal needs a.-I be enx-yed. Tbe public is cordially invited to attend. • • • I. \>T HALEVI LECTTRE TO BE GIVEN ^a Tbe concluding Haleri lecture which Dr. Wolfson was to have given --turday afternoon will be given this Saturday afternoon on the lawn a: 1099 Collins Avenue. Miami at Baa Due to inclement weather it FuU details will aag, w ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ~ !" ... • >: %  ; %  0i • •; %  has failed to bold Batorday afternoon meetDin *• I hav. Those desiring information are askr: ::• communicate with Rabbi Wrubel • • • FEDERATION IDEA IS APPBOVED In pursuance of tbe res-.-: adopted at the inaugural meeting af tbe Greater Miami Federation af Welfare Fan is. twelve of tiif srea's adult Jewish orgaaixat %  bave fc.rmaUy approved the Federation and have elected their represer.I to the Federation R>ar I As soon as all dei-1 •hoaen a meeting at will ba HAVE YOU TELED OUR DE LUXE ICE CREAM I" YoriT Pavorit* SODA SUNDAE &f II Fresh Buttermilk 25c Gallon • Factory -FiLed Package ICE CREAM 20c Pt. 40c Qt. LANIMKSUN DAIRIES, Inc. 1751 Coral Way a YOU will love •Pink Clover" LOCAL JEWISH VETERANS FORMALLY INSTALLED •^.r^on a entire Board of Director, : Uawan gatn| i'-an Legion H*!i iast Thursday. June %  r e Post was installed aaaay conductVice Commander Jewish War Veterans. Mr. Harry %  : %  • of Atlanta. The colors tbe national anthem was sung and the Post declared a •-• N_-nal organization amidst very in:;.%  -groundings. Mr. J. W.;; 1& n: Bar>s. one of the of-e local Post and Sidney H. Pal=>r rkatraiaa of the arrange-e alternated in pre• -astmasters and introduc• I tbj roaata. National Commander-in-Chief of i*h War Veterans. Mr. Harry H -Sohaffer of Pittsburgh, delivered tbe main address of the evening and what Jewish patriots had done I this country'i existence. He strongly denounced growth of isms of any kind. In brief services he in'talied the officers of the Post which was followed by a splendid response on the part of Harry H. Farr. Commander of the local Post. Among others who spoke during the evening were Bill Joyce. Commander Kelly of tbe local American Post, and officers of every military organization in this area. F flowing the formal addresses and latoodoetioa of celebrities by the tia'tmasrers. the Harvey S-eds Post of the American Legion Drum and new Harriet Hubbard Aver PERFUME Spicv as new love— persistent as a mei£*) ody and a double heartbeat to him who smells Pink Clover! Use Pink Clover day. time or evening. 5 00 .Also ia Floral Cologne. Taieaas. Sachet. Bathssheen. Dusting Powder ........ each 100 TOILETRIES. STREET FLOOR 'J m. ^



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FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN CERTIFIED BUSINESS DIRE CTORY m THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PATRONAGE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY ACCOUNTANT V. EDWARDS Chartered Accountant An tendui of Accounting. Complete Tax Service. Olympla Bldg. Phone 8-8831. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE General Auto Repairing WRECKER SERVICE AUTO PAINTING Generators, Starters. Ignition. Prompt SfTQUIGIiEY'S aAR ^ GB 131 Alton Rd., M-Bch., Tel_M13g BATTERIES SERVICE DRAPERIES D S enLfen^Jhop BETTER DRAPERIES Phone 7-343R. 97th and 2nd Ave. N. B. ELECTRICIANS B-VTTERIES AUTO AND MARINE PRICED $9.96 UP Recharging, Complete Electrical and Tenition Service. Motor Winding, Carb-rttor Rebuilding. ____ ROAD SERVICE Expert Workmanship BEST BATTERY COMPANY 1898 W. Flagler St. Tel. 3-3212 BUILDERS L. E. EDW ARDS, Contractor Builder of Mornrngside LEROY S. EDWARDS. Manager 6812 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 7-2166 In Miami Since 1898 "Let's Build a Home" CONSULT me If that is your "WISH" I will make it a "REALITY." Planning, financing, building, that s my business". „_ JESSE E. MARCOUX KIT. S. W. 1st St. Ph. 4-1428 BUSINESS COLLEGES COMPLETE Stenographic secretarial and accounting courses. Member National Association Accredited Commercial Schools. MIAMI BUSINESS COLLEGE Phot,. 2-3C01 111 S. Miami Ave. For Years Master Electrician of Largest and Most Famoas Office Building! in the World CHARLIE KALB MASTER ELECTRIC IAN ALTERATIONS—HOUSE WIRING REPAIRS THANK YOU PHONE 7 IS 17 LANDSCAPING SOILS IT PAYS TO GET THE BEST! PULVERIZED SOIL $1.00 a yard, Muck, Marl or Mixed. Oow Mnnure, 3 bags $1.00 Phone 4-4804. Agent will call. LANDSCAPING AND MAINTENANCE. Soils and Sod. Fruit Trees Palms and Shrubbery. Fertilizer for Flower Beds. Screened Soils for lawn dresslnc. __ MELROSE NURSERY & SOILS CO. 2741 N. W. 27th Ave. Phones 3-8611— 3-8612 ROOF REPATRLNG ROOF TROUBLES CURED With crack-proof, non-drying whitecool-tropical coating. Don't draw heat. CHEAP AS TAR 5 Year Guarantee: Local Proof. Free Ultimate. Phone 2-5703 ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS Repairs Contracts Alterations LYON ELECTRIC CO. The Oldest Established Electrical Contractors at Miami Beach Phone 5-2444 Nite Service 2-6744 Established Since 1914 BISCAYNE ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. Electrical Wiring—Any Size Job Repairing Anything Electrical Residential and Commercial 815 S. W. 18th Ave. Phone 3-1288 MISCELLANEOUS EQRY AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER Every Business Needs the Egry Sys. tern. FlatPax Stationery, Carbon Rolls HENRY E. KOPPLOW 925 N. W. 17th Street Phono 2-1174 PALMER'S ROOFING COMPANY 16 years in Miami—W. N. Palmer, Prop. BARRETT APPROVED ROOFING Sheet Metal Work Tile Roofing "Roofs That Last" 15 N. B. 17th Terr. Telephone 2-3429 RUG CLEANING TERMITE PROOFING John Severin. Mgr. TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE Odorless Fireproof Safe Old or New Buildings R YEAR GUARANTEE Semi-Annual Free Inspection. Hundreds of Satisfied Customers in South Florida. Termite Proofing Exclusively. TERMITE CONTROL CO Phone 7-2313 120 N. W. 53rd St. HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS Rugs Cleaned. Dyed and Repaired Moth Proofing Orientals Our Specialty 60 N. E. 39th Street—Tel. 2-7798 PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL FLOOR COVERINGS COMFORT -IPROTECTION A WELL VENTILATED ATTIC MEANS A COOL HOME RARSON'S "SELFACTION" LEAK-PROOF VENTILATORS KEEP OUT BLOWING RAINS and prevent high pressure formation In attics. Let os replace your leaky I*"?. "IRELAND COMPANY, INC. S48 N. W. First Court Phone S-8495 CEMETERY SERVICE A COMPLETE Floor Coverinf Service—Hotels. Apartments, Residences. (leaning and Moth Proofing; LARVEX ODORLESS PROCESS Many years of trustworthy service. All customer's goods Insured. MIAMI CARPET CLEANING ft LAYING Co., John A. Baker, Owner, 120 N. W. 25th St., Tel. 2-292L FLORISTS EXOTIC GARDEN8, INC. Flagler and Bridge. Phonei HHH 2-1S47. Beach Phone 5-2961—607 Lincoln Road. Office 2970 N. W. 17th Avenue. Phone 2-3103.—Finest Assortment of Fresh Cut Flowers In Miami. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS WIRED ANYWHERE BOARDING BATHING GROOM Plucking Modern Boarding Kennels. KNOWLES PET HOSPITAL Mrs. V. W. Knowles, 740 N. E. 90th 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. CM353 SEPTIC TANKS SUPERIOR SEPTIC TANK CO. EDWIN H. O'NEAL. Owner 12 YEARS EXPERIENCE Don't Say: 'Septic Tanks" Say: "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 r?i parts for all machines. Used machines sold and rented. Sewing Machine Shop, 71, S. H. 1st SL, Ph one 2-4024. __ SIGNS PLUMBING MARBLE, Granite and Bronze markers. Mausolems. cemetery work or nil description. 1351 N. W. 10th Ave. Kt'LL. Ph. 2-1396 CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER DRAFTING SERVICE ON HOUSE PLANS. Etc., reasonable rates, work guaranteed. ___ W. PAUL MEREDITH Construction Engineer, Room 20.), 7837% N. E. 2nd Ave Phone 7-4727. i ts %  FLOWE RS SHRUBBERY BLOOMING Geraniums, bougalnvlllea. Hibiscus, begonia, vines, crotons, Reloperone. Many not listed. 10c up. Best grade top soil 85c yd. Hammock soil $1.25 vd. Manure $3 yd-Ph. 7-1871. Qsl>orne N'urspry. 2096 N. W. 57 th st. FURNITURE REPAIRING A. L. MERRIFIELD Plumbing and Gas Fitting Repairs and Septic Tank Work All Work Guaranteed 25 YEARS' experience; large ana small installations. Ill N. E. 20th St. Phone 3-3932. TRANSFER AND STORAGE JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER ft STORAGE COMPANY, INC. 1000 N. B. First Ave. Local and Long Distance Hauling. Vaults for Furs. Rugs and Silver. CRATING—PACKING—SHIPPING Fireproof Warehouses—Custom Bonded—Moth Proofing WE move you anywhere In TJ. 8. A. Bonded and Insured carriers. Phono 2-7188. Suddath Moving and Storag* Co. Office in all principal cities. DENTIST DR. SANBORN EX-RAY & GAS EXTRACTIONS Cor. N. E. First Ave.. at Second St. Opposite Catholic Church PHONE 2-1460 Small Monthly Payments PAINTING FOR COMMERCIAL — WALLOUTDOOR SIGNS TRUCK LETTERING PHONE 8-6515 RANKIN SIGN CO. IIP 17. If. 2uii Avenue 3T0RAGE ELECTRIC RAZORS FINE FURNITURE MADE FINER Upholstering — Refintoning —Repairing — Antiques Restored. AbsoF^MlS'FTmNITURE SHOP Back of Grove Theatre—Geo. F. parrow. Mgr., 3247 Charles Ave. .Phong 4-4880. "* WHICK AND SHAVEMASTER OIL KITS—ACCESSORIES I.A.ANDRESS 131 Shoreland Arcade. Pho. S-4581 FIREPROOF BLDG., HEART OF CITY SPECIALIZING in personal effects. Baggage room with free access. Bags, 50c month; trunk $1: 2, $1.50 month. Personal stalls, $1.50 month and up; Furniture racks, $2.50 month and up; Private rooms, $5 month and up; Laager amounts of storage, lc cu. ft. Storage Warehouse Co., 18 N. E. 2nd St. Phone 2-1208 and we will pick them up. Have that Painting or Decorating Job done NOW *' Summer Prices. Reliable. Work Guaranteed MONEY TO LOAN For Painting—No down payment— Three years to pay—No Mortgage Required. HUMPHREY A tt*RT Licensed Contractors Phone 4-6060 DANCING INSTRUCTION MRS. HARRY SCHWARTZ whose marriage was an event of several weeks ago, and who is now the guest with her husband of his parents in Chicago where they are spending their honeymoon. MILTON A. FDIEDMAN President of the Young Men's Hebrew Association, who will be formally installed at a banquet Sunday night. „ SPORTSCHMOOS Eric Seclig. one-time middle-weight and wclter-woujht champion of Germany, has been advised to retire from the ring by bis manager, Paul Damski. Soolig has been fighting in this country with indifferent success for two years. He's going into the meat business. If. Michael Plant was the coxswain on Hnrvnrd's 150-pound crew that sailed for England last week to row in tht Thames Challenge Cup race. Mickey Fishman, the sensational hurler of the University of Michigan nine, has been signed by the Syracuse Chiefs of the International League. He's been optioned to Albany of the Eastern League. Mrs. Caroline Hirsch copped the New York State women's single tennis crown. Herb Fleischhacker. one-time star back of Southern California's mighty elevens, is now a member of the fine arts committee of the San Francisco Exposition of 1939. Sidney Hcrsch is the 1938 golf champion of Witwaterstand. South Africa. Milton Padway of Wisconsin took second in the pole vault at the Central Intercollegiate outdoor championships. Although he didn't win any major titles this year. Marty Glickman of Syracuse is credited with the best mark for the 100 yard dash outdoors, 9.5 seconds. And Phil Levy of the Los Angeles Olympic Club is listed as having made the second best discuss heave, 163 feet 8 5-8 inches. Koolmotor Gasolene and Oils ,<0fli & M>LI£I^* Distributed By ORANGE STATE OIL CO. TED HILL'S School of Dancing—Staff of expert teachers—all types of dancing taught LARRY LAYTON dancer at Miami's finest clubs. la charge of tap for children and adults. EDNA MOORE formerly of London and New York in charge of ballet, toe, acrobatic. classic and reducing. RADIO AUDITIONS & TRAINING Private and class instruction daily or evenings. Phone 3-4322, 206 N. E. 141 li St.. at Second Avenue. WRECKING& MATERIAL WE WILL wreck any building, any time, anywhere. Full insurance coverage. Licensed wreckers. DOOR, Windows, all sizes: ste>'l sash, firedoors; lumber. 2x4. 2x0, 2x8. 2x10. 2x12, 2x14Reinforeinc steel "I" beams, angles; toilets, lavatories, tubs, water pipe, black pipe, soil pipe and fittings. SCOTT AND WHITTAKER Wrecking and Salvage Contractor* 3100 N. W. 27th Ave. Phone 3-4115 CANADIAN RABBI NAMED EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR New York, July 8. (WNS)—The Jewsb community of the Union of South Africa has appointed Rabbi J. L. Zlotnick rabbi of of the Shaarey Zadek Synagogue. Vancouver. Canada, as educational director, the first time such a post has been created In any country outside of Palestine, he announced on his arrival here. Rabbi Zlotnick, who will sail for South Africa in August, is a former executive director of the Zionist Organization of Canada and president of the Canadian Mizrachi. Ho is 50 years old and a native of Poland, 1



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FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Dally: Shachria at 8 a. m.; Mincha at 5:30 p. m.; Maarlv, 15 minutes after sunset. Sabbath services: Friday evening at 6:30 p. m.; Saturday morning at 9:30 a. m.; Saturday afternoon at 516 p. m. ANNUAL PICNIC This is our last call to all our frit-lids and members to join in our annual picnic which is held for the benefit of the Talmud Tornh. Once •gala the nffnir will be held at Har%  lie's Casino, Ocean Drive and First Street, Miami Beach. All the delicacies and favorite foods will be on bund and special accommodations will be made for families and groups who wish to have their meals togeth• r. A special counter will be set up for children's foods where the finest in milchig products will be available. Mrs. Louis l'allot is chairman of ar%  .i .. %  %  ".' Mis and the affair will begin at 10:00 a. m., this Sunday, July 10. SYNAGOGUE NEWS Service! are held daily ut 8:00 a. m.. and evening! at 7 :0O p. m. The claaa In Jewish ethics meets every Saturday ut 5:45 and at Shalos Su• I"-'. Rabbi Kellner discusses on the important movements in Israel's History. At present Chussidism is being diaenaaad in connection with the weekly portion. The Shalos Sudos gatheringa have proven so popular that i IK-V will be continued throughout the summer with Mr, William Clciu in Charge of arrangements. This coming Sluibbos, Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner will serve the Shalos Sudos honoring the betrothal of Miss Irman Kellner whose engagement was recently announced. MAZEL TOV We extend sincere Mazel Tov greetings and very best wishes to Mrs. S. Stone, our loyal and devoted member, whose youngest son will be married this Sunday, July 10th. HABANOTH NEWS A picnic and outing will be held by the Hahanoth Group this Thursday, July 7th, nt the Venetian Pcohi. REFUOH SHI.AKMO. We pray for the speedy and complete recovery of our dear member, Mr. I. Schwartz of 1012 S. W. 4th Stri-ct. who is recuperating from a serious ailment in Riverside Hospital. IN MEMORIAM This Sunday Tamua the 11th is the first Yahrzcit of the late beloved Boris Si'hlachman, Olov Hasholom. While this tombstone erected by the Young Men's Hebrew Association will not be, formally unveiled until the fall, we are arranging for a pilgrimage to his grave after the Shnehris Service lest the first Yahrzeit be pressing without notice. Cnrs will leave the Orthodox Shul, 151.". S. W. Third Street and proceed to Woodlawn Cemetery where Rabbi Kellner will apeak briefly and Kaddish will be snid by Max Feit, sexton of the Beth Jacob Congregation at 10:30 a. in., sharp. PAGE FIVE THE WORLD'S WINDOW %  By LUDWIG LEWISOHNRecurrently in American Jewish life there ariaea the question of finding a leader for a cause, a movement, an organization. The problem becomes more and not less desperate as time goes on. There arc a thousand men of good will. There arc not leaders. Yet there ore, as needs to be repeated, almost as many Jews in America as there are people in the kingdom of Sweden. Yet we tremble for the strength of one man—great and good man though he is—and we look with longing toward one other whom extreme old age keeps from entire activity. And we seek and we debate and finally we seek no more. It is true, of course, that we are Americans and that many Jews are properly and justly leaders in American life. But all Americans belong (though the analogy halts) to more or less specific religious and social groups and many of them manage to unite leadership of these groups or within these groups with eminence in the national life. And a given group among these groups is happy if it harbors within its boundaries some figure of national importance, for then it is assured of leadership that will command for it the respect of the nation. But that is not true among Jews. And the tragic thing is that it becomes less and less true. An."in' the men of the older generation we have Louis I). Brand.is and Julian Mack. Nor has their magnificient eapouaal of the oauaa of their people ever coat them reaped or honor or friends or preferment in the national life. The younger generations have fled from us. Our ablest men are alienated even ill this disastrous age. They act as though they were not Jews. It is a frightful and u calamitous thing and unless the teaching of all history means nothing it will invoke its own Nemesis. I am a friend of the American rabbinate. I know it well. Within it there is a group of men, a large and increasing group, that for devotion, intelligence. scholarship, is equal to any similar group of men that has existed anywhere. Rut the rabbi, except for one or two transcendent instances, is and should be primarily scholar, teacher, guide of Mi congregants and leader in those neeeeearj small hundred matters that constitute the texture of the daily liv.s of men. The rabbi is not free for leadership in the higher sense. Nor has he. again with one or two exceptions, that reputation in the national life of all America which constitutes one of the necessary marks of effective group leadership and which made so useful and illustrious the leadership of such men as Brnndeis and of Mack. But where ure the eminent younger Jewish jurists, governors, scientists, writers? Not with us. There are chemists. Where is the American Weizroaiin? There are writers. Where is that line of Jewish leaders from Herri to Arnold Zweig, Kven Leon Blum is a member of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, nnd on the floor of the Chambra dea Deputes announced his Jewishness. For this American, almost crypte-Juduism of Jewish lenders in the national life (with honorable exceptions) we have to go back to the ominous example of the Germany of Rathenaii and llernburg. One is sorely tempted to name names. It is better not to do so. But even these few able and well-known Jews Grouped around their president, Mrs. Irving Querido, seated behind the desk are new officers of Junior Hadassah, installed last week at Miami Beach. Left to right are Miss Rosalyn Kelin, corresponding secretary; Miss Barbara Cohn, treasurer ; Miss Belle Tannen, Mrs. Edward S. Roth and Mrs. Edw ard Barmen, vice-presidents; Miss Harriett Damenstein, historian ; Mrs. Marx Feinberg, financial secretary. Officers not in the pictures arc Miss Jeanette Kronen, recording secretary; Miss Esther Winer, corresponding secretary and Miss Anita Silverman, a member of the Board of Directors. 0RAYN00 "OUR LIGHT" BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER, EDITOR CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM EOLA DRIVE RLANDO, FLA. RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP 1012 HARWELL STRSET ORLANDO, FLA. SERVICES CONTINUE I 'uring the summer, Orthodox services will continue every Friday at sundown and Saturday morning at 1 :00 o'clock. RABBI RETURNS FROM TRIP Rabbi Skop, who left for a twoweek trip to Cleveland, Ohio, in the automobile presented to him by the congregation recently, returned Wednesday evening. While in Cleveland, Rabbi Skop officiated at the wedding of his cousin. CONGRATULATIONS The Jewish Community wishes to congratulate the loved ones of Miss Dorothy Estelle Baker and Mr. Morris Charles Qordon who will be married this Sunday, July 10th, at the home of Mr. an fcedroofl end bath. 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PETERSBURG NOTE By A.VNABEI. JACOBS HI In left TV '.--<-r •• %  B ort OB ow orgaai•h the %  *•*. ttri roaped • I ;r put U r.-.*a"ir* the f e < .' %  ilaa ap%  %  .'.• >,r.f a 1 | .;•.'-• %  ; rer C I • F"'.-mh of won : %  • •] s delight' I If G %  ; r*-nt •• ran. AnnaMirUai MUler, Diane M A r: A-! %  > %  Bfaraabtrg, TH Kflarj-i I b< -.r. A* %  '. .-i y*ar Bat I ;••.. I'd iikto f' < that •*• srta* %  %  • them, but Ml inliki all b —Ma w we too are falHbb •i-Tr. UowTr. ii*iii% rear* eagaaamt of theae n-.;iakii ah—Id aadaacer BM maleth % don* DM ala. m few to do it. '.f UM hifh.ightR of our Annual Audit in tetrad fif'ir<-. r-Tealt that w> bad Hn iaaaaM for the year U .a.T zr*. ip I trip ia < Bull of .Nf' I • it "Tarpon." %  • • werrM and Mwiam Daea Miller. Al Wei. Bea Sdhrarta .1 I. affOar, A:* Benri, B*n WoUaoB< Mra. Lillian Abraai .Mi)iW- Ar,r,abl Jaroba, Miriam Miller. Hazel Abrama, Mildred Carroll, DaaaCky Miller, Ituth Kriflman. Ann Berkhoff and tba Ifaaan. I. Abram. Irwin Miller and Joel Grouman. The boat ani borad at Kgnv/nt Key for fi-:.!nr. and M-v<-ral large ratebea were made. .\fr. and Mm. Zuren of Lakeland n*nt thin pant we-k at the Gordon Apartaaanta at Treairare Island. Tbeir fuit for th the papers lam beea (pilling ;* tie taorea of it ia Germany and Aoae baa bothered to ixtqaire what baa beta b ap p eaiag to the ttm% %  • !-i'--M i Aaattfa. Waaaraajaat tad a coaftdearial repor-. tnaa ajggajpc which taahet a j->* to Arner:-:..-< '•! •-:; ?-=••? A.< T~4i Jewish athlrrta emigrate. For •beiaaa laaaaaa we cannot rereal thttr aaaaaa here became aoate of %  sger while beea heatta ap and their .---.-.• .---*.-; Richard Bertaaaa. facaatr world't %  z %  r IT; : '•••--'::-• • z :l: ^ ." K' ~.I*, i ••T.-z %  7 %  A... the weaaex axUtata *r twa wbo art -r ;::.'>: !; --. %  ';--.; -((•aaaaaed fro Page Or dkatarfaiBg; ia tb* forced aad > I a—|liac f anfo--.:.j-n amber*. "Racial and religioea problr,ae*jaeace, readerea ay-" .:. all parta of the world. F rraliat:..n agaiaat* coor.v•hi coaditioa it et -^•nt of interaational and *o*pieiot ia hetghteaed %  i an important obatade to ger pcaaeneDt between aatioa* .• jated. 'The problem ia ao laaaat v private concern. It :' r intergorernmenul ... ; If the present correrrgratioo are permitted to path anarchically upon :.r -.'.-. ZJ -. l-i T"%  ..-_.. one know* < leare NEW DANCING SCHOOL OPF.XS M %  r Harry. Irving and 1 ;. pen were hosts to a rroup of %  r set at a weiner roast aad bea<-h pair at Pass-a-Grille Bea'h. Oaeata attending w^re Bather ltoed. Hazel Abram.c. Rosalind Fortune Irene Jacob*. Al Gold. Jack Stein and Mr. arid Mrs. Jack \V..--rr.ar.. COMPLETE BANKING FACILITIES T : H.:. well known I structor. has opened a fine a:. ious academy at 205 No-: 14i at .S^>>Dd Aval Mr. Hill hat secured th* l I I ca Moore formerly of I I New York, as iaatl M .3 ballet, toe and acrobatic Bg exercises. Larry :':lled engarement* at M leading clubs wi'l teach In addition, the academy it :'..' pad for radio aaditiom sai training. Mr HI! grtwl al attention to a'.' pupils. PROGRESSIVE GROWTH in RESOURCES Dec. 31, 1934 $ 74.7-U Dec 31. 1935 510,522 Dec. 31. 1936 1.513.S75 Dec. 31. 1937 2.315.June 30,1938 $2,500,000 SAVINGS A( COUNTS — Deposit, made on or before July 10th dra interest from July lot at the rate of 1% PER ANNUM This is the highest rate paid by any commercial bank* in Greater Miami ( OMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS — We in\ite your account on the regular commercial bank service basis. In addition to the regular banking facilities mentioned above. AMERICAN CHECK SERVICE offer* personal (becking account service, with the following unusual additions: No minimum balance No monthly service charge No charge for deposits Free — Statement* and cancelled checks every 90 days Your name printed on every check without charge Only cost 10* per cheek drawn H2.no per book of 20 chedu) tl or more opens an Account We arc very pleased to again announce the usual regular SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND — of — &f i &f &f ^ Per Annum which the Dade Federal directors have declared as of July 1,1938 A full month's dividend calculated as of the first will be paid on all acocunts opened before the tenth of the month. NOW IS THE TIME TO OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT. PHONE 3-2652 '. r Deponits Insured up to t5.000 by Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. AMERICAN BANK AND TRUST CO. 139 N. E. First Street, Miami, Florida &f &f a INSURED SAVIHGS KKftAwE LOAMS DHDE FEDERAL spvincs QtiD Loqn nssocmTion • OF mmmi Ground Floor Coajrcss Bld S .. 109 N. ESocontl Hvt.. J. M. 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