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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 )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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fOL. 12-NO 14.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1939
PRICE FIVE CENTS
T R I C T L Y Boycott Introduces
CONFIDENTIAL New U. S. Industries
1 K0NT-L1NE NEWS
T. li Tetens, an Aryan German
lefug ow in this country, is a
Ine-mai
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anti-Nazi movement. .
a journalist who unqucs-
; qualifies as the finest
prognosticiarv we have
i across. He has fore-
Hitler move at least six
advance- We were
I'ius is going to clamp
Father Coughlin- And
. i haplin will play the dic-
hnusepainter <>n the screen
1940 after all. A
. profssor at a famous
iversity is trying to
0,000 to he used for a
.! study of anti Semit-
Half this fund is to he
_' .lews and half among
. If our suggestion
connection is worth any-l
humbly submit that the
aff should include a
. Xpert psychoanalysts.
- preferred, to study the in
workings of anti-Semitic
The $300,000 drive that
li Bi ta Kappa, scholastic honor
iternity, will open next week i-
the establishment of a defense
I fin- democracy and intellec
1 freedom, and deserves the
[port of every member, hut par
larly of Jewish memberson
eitt principle that charity
ii it home. And to those
t think up an answer to
-t argument that there is
unemployment in the totalitar-
New York. (WNS)New fac-
tories and jobs for more Anuri
cans will shortly spring up in the
jewelry trade as a result of the
pressure of the anti-Nazi boycott,
it was disclosed at a luncheon of
importers here Representatives
of more than 160 importing firms
passed a unanimous resolution 'Hit
to import any merchandise from
Germany for the next nine months,
and to establish new factories here
which will manufacture semi-prec-
ious stones hitherto obtainable
only in Germany.
we want to say that a
it study of German employ-j
li by Hugh S. Hanna. of |
S. I-iibor Department, re- j
Hitler counts relief
' concentration camp la-.
- the employed, and that
nS of German workers
i I t(, register as unem
ugh they have no work
y know that if they 'I'
hey will be forced into
ibor at starvation wages.
YOU SHOULD KNOW
of the fa?t that official
- are already whisper-
"t Hitler's occupancy of the
[i throne by 1942, the big
up is very near in Naziland.
F.ronomic difficulties, which
li : aggravates Now
I' Memel has returned to Me-
P Germany and Danzig is on
ck to that hungry maw,
have i better understanding of
"Pins and Needles" skit en-
'1 'Britannia Waives the
l*s". Morrie Ryskind says
J1 if Hitler is dead and a double
'ting for him, the double is
rse than the dead one- Fritz
|hn and his adjutants are doing
New York night clubs these
fs. trying to cas hin on the no-
>ty they got from that big
Jison Square Garden meeting
| February. But all they get
kisses. Henry Ford, we
'- (pent $20,000 on replacing
German Hilo machine in his
Id's Fair exhibit with an
lericao Bliss ditto- Now if
V only spend 20 cents on pos-
r 'or a little oarcel in whi-h
I will return his Nazi decoration1
Ickes To Study Plan
For Refugee Colony
Washington, (WNS) S rretary
of the Interior Harold I.. 1 kes is
studying the practicability of a
privately financed colony in South-
ern' Alaska f"t- refugees from op-
pression in Europe- it was disclos
d here. Ickes, whose- department
is in charge of Alaska, seeks to
letermine the probable costs of
he project, means of financing it.
possibilities for economic subsis-
tence of new settlers and whether
immigration laws would have to
he revised if the project were un-
dertaken.
It is believed that a colony
would aid in developing Alaska's
fishing, agricultural and mineral
resources, and would indirectly aid
national defense plans
Ickes frequently has criticized
the heads of totalitarian -tates for
religious and racial persecutions.
He was described by associate- as
"interested" in any "sound scheme"
t0 aid oppressed minorities.
Illegal Immigrants Parley On Palestine PRAGUE JEWISH
Are Apprehended I Resumed By Arabs BAN CONTINUES
Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agen
cy)A Greek ship conveying 641
Jewish refugees fleeing from Cen-
tral Europe and attempting to en-
ter Palestine illegally was appre-
hended near Nathaivia, colony in
the northern part of the Sharon.
The ship was brought into Haifa
Port by the authorities.
The expectation is that, as hap
pened in the ease of the 270 ille-
gal immigrants who were seized
a week and a half ago on the Ru-
manian steamship Sandu, the
homeless Jews arrested this week
would also be released but forced
ail "ii tn gome unknown des-
t ination.
(her four thousand Jewish im-
migrants entered Palestine during
'he month of Mar ll. according to
figures released by the Jewish
Agency for Palestine. Most of
these newcomers came from Ger-
many and Austria.
Lithuania To Guard
Minorities' Rights
Kaunas. (WNS)The Lithuan-
ian Government will respect the
tights of minorities and will not
tolerate persecution because of
race or religion, according to a
statement made here by Premier
Jonas Cernius, head of the new
Government of National Concen-
tration.
Eighteen persons, convicted of
anti Jewish excesses here have
been sentenced to serve time in
labor camps by th Interior Minis-
try-
Bund Report Reveals
Membership of 6,617
Washington. WNS)- A report
>f the investigation of the German-
American Bund movement in this
country, compiled by agents of the
Federal Bureau of Investigation
and submitted last year to the Dies
Committee investigating un-Amer-
ican activities, was made public
this week by the Department of
Justice here. It is a weighty, fac-
tual document, accompanied by
fourteen files of exhibits, and rep
resents the information obtained
by the investigation conducted in
the Fall of 1937.
Although it was difficult to de-
rive the exact membership of the
BundFritz Kuhn. national lead
er. had told one investigator it had
200,000 members, and another that
it had a membership of 8.299-the
figure gathered from the local
leaders gave a total of 6.017 in the
fortv-five posts then function inc.
Both local and national officers
refused t submit membershin rec-
ords to the investigating bureau,
it was disclosed.
SF.H.S ANTI-SEMITISM
GROWING IN NEW YORK
New York. I WNS I-In an arti
,le in "The Nation" entitled "Pos
son in the Melting Pot." George
Britt, who. in collaboration with
Heywood Broun is preparing a
m n book on anti-Semitism to be
published this Spring, warns of
increased anti Semitisni in New
York which, he asserts, has 'ceas-
ed to be whispered and has become
an open instrument of demagou-
, i y. a vast outlet for idle enei
| u'ies." He cites anti-Semitic inci-
dents, including the stabbing of
two Jews a few months ago, the
activities of such organizations as
the Bund and other Fascist group;
saying that "this account of anti-
Semitism in New York City today
could not have been written a
year ago.
Offers Excellent
Peace Formula
Cairo, Egypt. (WNS)At an
informal meeting which took place
here with the purpose of obtaining
a shjrtr transition period before ]
Palestine should become an inde ;
pendent state, Palestine Arab lead
era who had returned from the
I ondon Conference conferred with
Egyptian Government officials in
the hope still 0f reaching some
compromise between the British
and the Arabs before the British
Government issues its statement
.f policy.
Present at the meeting were Dr
Hussein Khalidi. former Mayor of
Jerusalem: Ahmad Hilnii Pasha
.md Yacoub Ghusseiw, Palestinian
Arab leaders; Egypfan Premier
Mohammed Mahmoud Pasha, and
Amin Osman Pasha, Undersecre-
tary of Finance, who several
weeks iig flew to Beirut. Syria
to persuade the ex Mufti of Jeru
sale in to compromise.
Sir Miles Lampson, Britisn Am-
bassador, represented his govern
ment in the discus-ions here.
Athens, Greece. (WNS) It was
reported here that Dr. Joseph
Goebbels. German Minister of
Propaganda, and his party who
now are here "on a two-day unof
fieial visit, will leave this week
for Rhodes. Egypt.
B'NAI B'RITH
OPENS OFFICE
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The opening of local offices of
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith is be-
ing announced. The office is lo-
cated at 510 Congress Building.
Miami, where Bomeone will be
glad to supply information to in-
quiries regarding all matters. Per
1 sons having communal matters re-
quiring attention are requested to
communi ate with the office or
call 8-3533.
The regular meeting of Sholem
Lodge B'nai B'rith will take place
Tuesday evening at 8:00 p. m at
the Elk'a lodge rooms. Fast Flag
, ler Street and corner of Third
Avenue. Miami. Initiation will
taki place with Burnett Roth. Sim
Seitlin, David Cat-man and faidoT
Zuckernick, the degree team, in
! charge. Various committee reports
will be heard. Refreshments will
i 1 ; served. All members ant1
friends are tirped to attend.
I-ondon. (WNS)Declaring that
Prime Minister Chamberlain's new
foreign policy would "save the
world from the idiocy of another
world war," Major Vermin Bart
lett, Independent member of Par-
liament had still another idea for
the happiness of mankind: 'We
shall not be able to enjoy our-
selves." he said, "until Franco's
widow tells Stalin on his deathbed
that Hitler has been assassinated
at Mussolini's funeral."
NAZIS wrN SEATS
IN PARLIAMENT
Copenhagen, (WNS) Den-
mark's Nazi party won three seats
:n Parliament in a surprise show
of strength in this week's general
'lections while communists added
one to the two they already had.
Despite sharp gains in the vote
of both Nazis and Communists,
however, changes in party strength
in Parliament were small under
the proportional representation
system. The German Minority in
North Schleswig, a district for-
merly German, but which voted in
a plebiscite to join Denmark after
the World War. won only one seat
the same as in the last election.
Prague, (WNS) While the
wholesale arrests of Jews continue
here by the Nazi authorities,
strong measures will be taken for
the mass dismissal of Jewish em-
ployees and executives, in a con-
stant effort to deal primarily
with the Jewish policy of the Nazi
regime.
The Prague Stock Exchange
soon will adopt a resolution coiv-
cerning its '"Aryanization." Jews
have been eliminated from the
ommittee of the various organi-
zations of the sugar industry in
'adapting themselves to changed
conditions," and the Prague Cham-
ber of Engineers has asked its
"non-Aryan" members voluntarily
to "liquidate enterprises imme-
Hately" and to appoint "Aryan"
ubstitutes to complete unfinished
business. Dr. Eckstein, general
secretary of the Stock Exchange,
and two Jewish directors of the
famous Rudolf Masse publishing
firm have been displaced and in
the large book and newspaper pub-
lishing concerns in Prague, Ostrau
and Kittle there have been mass
dismissals of Jewish employees.
Scholarship payments have been
suspended to Slovak, Carpatho-
Ukraine and Jewish students by
the Prague branch of the. College
Student Association. All Jewish
sports unions, including the Hag-
ibor and Maccabi associations,
members of which held interna-
tional records in swimming and
other sports, were also suspended
by the Nazi authorities.
Although the Nuremberg anti-
Semitic laws have not yet been in-
troduced in the protectorate of
Bohemia-Moravia, conditions are
becoming daily more difficult for
.Tews who are virtually prisoners
since no permits to leave the
country will be issued to Jews.
Most of those arrested since the
Xazi invasion- have been released.
Mass arrests continue, however,
the victims usually being released
fter n few days. Mine. Marie
Schmolka. head of all refugee
work ill Prague, who was arrested,
UflBPd. and again arrested Is
still being held. Ernst Frischer,
-no-in er. and head of the former
Towish Party is still reported im-
' nrUoned, although Dr. P. Maerz,
H-ad of the Zionist Organization,
ha-- beer,' released.
Meanwhile reports from Slova-
kia indicate violent anti-Semitic
j excesses at the hands of the Fas-
cist anti-Semitic Hlinka Guards.
Tev i ih residents of the town of
Nitra are reported to have been
n-i--ked into lorries, taken to the
countryside where they were bru-
tallv beaten and left in helpless
Condition in the open fields.
Kaunas. (WNS)Confiscation
of all Jewish property, valued at
an estimated $17,000,000, has been
ordered by the Nazi authorities 0f
Memel. It was also stated that
no debts are to be paid to the
several hundred Jews remaining
in the Lithuanian territory which
recently fell under German control.

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TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN

I BETING
OSTPONED
The regular meeting of the Mi-
mi Chapter of Senior Hadassah
which was to have been held April
10th has been postponed due to
the Passover holidays and will be
held April 24th in conjunction
With the donor's luncheon at the
Victor Hotel. The meeting will
take place at 1130 followed by
the luncheon at 1.00 p. m-
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TO HOLD
(AUD PARTY
Mrs Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Har-
ry Sootln will be hostesses at the
Beth David Sisterhood card party
to be held Sunday evening, April
16th at the Clay Hotel, 1438 Wash
ington Avenue, Miami Beach
Tickets may be secured fro many
member of the Sisterhood- Re-
freshments will be served and all
kinds of card games will be play-
ed. All members and friends f,e
invited to be present.

BENEFIT CARD
TARTY HELD
The Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation of Greater Miami closed
their successful season with a
benefit card party Wednesday ev-
ening, April 6th in the beautiful
dining room at the Nash Hotel.
In charge of arrangements was
Mrs. Lena Volk, chairman, assist-
ed by Mrs. Henry Seitlin, presi-
dent, Mrs. I, Marcus Mrs. I. Shap-
off, Mrs. P. Shuhow and Mrs. R.
Dackowitz. Pesach goodies were
served- Proceeds of the affair
are being used to aid the refugee
girls in Palestine-
At a recent meeting of this or-
ganization held at the Beth Jacob
' Synagogue, at which time Judith
Shimcanoth, delegate from Pales-
tine, spoke and Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman was the guest speaker,
resolutions to send telegrams to
Prime Minister Chamberlain were
unanimously adopted.
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HONOR STUDENT
SPEAKS AT MEETING
Ernest J. London, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Benj. H. Ixmdon of Mi-
ami Beach, honor and senior stu-
dent at the Ida M Fisher High
School of Miami Beach, was given
the honor of addressing the Dade
County Classroom Teacher's As-
sociation's third annual fellowship
meting held Thursday at the Mi-
ami Edison High School. His
subject was. ''What the Student
requires from the Teacher." Over
fifteen hundred people attended.
Ernest will be graduated from
Senior High School in June and
will attend Harvard University
next fall.
*
SUCCUMBS TO
ILLNESS
Jacob Safanowitz, 67. of 1652
N. W. First Street, succumbed to
a short illness Wednesday, April
5th at a Miami hospital- Mr.
Safanowitz came to Miami six
years ago from New Haven, Conn ,
and was a member of the Ortho-
dox Congregation of United Israel
Society of that city, and member
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation of Miami, He is
survived by the widow. Mrs. Jen-
nie Safanowitz. two sons, Louis
of Miami and Abe of New York;
four daughters, Mrs. Louis Pallot.
Mrs. Joe Perlman and Mrs. Sam
Solloway, all of Miami, and Mrs. >
M- Kantor of New York- Servic-
es were in charge of the Miami
Jewish Funeral Home, and inter-
ment took place in the Jewish
section of the Woodlawn Ceme-
tery Wednesday afternoon with
Rabbi A- A. Kellner officiating.

COUNCIL FORUM
WILL MEET
The Council Forum under the
auspices of the Miami Section of
the National Council of Jewish
Women will, inaugurate a Beriea
of home meetings Friday at 2:00
p. m., at the home of Mrs. Morris
Alpert, 1400 Lenox Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach. Guest speaker of the
afternoon will lie Mrs. John Riss-
man of ChicaRo, whose subject
will be "The International Scene."
"Arranging Speech Material" will
be the subject for the public speak
ing lesson with Mrs Alfred Cohen
giving the model speech on "The
Significance and Appeal of Ort"
for class comment- Mrs. I. M-
Weinstein will continue the study-
course with this week's topic "An-
ti-Semitism and its Answer in
America." The public is cordially
invited to attend and participate
in the forum discussion
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MEETING
The first meeting of the Miami
Chapter of th" Women' Division
of the American Jewish Congress
will be held Wednesday. April
13th at 200 p. m., at the home of
Mrs. S. H Greenspan. 420 West
Rivo Alto Isle. Miami Beach An
interesting program including a
review of Pierre Van Passen's out-
standing book. 'Days of Our
Years" and a fine musical pro-
gram will be presented. Congress
work will bo outlined by various
chairmen. Friends and members
are cordially invited to attend-
Refreshments will be served.
SPINOZA C.ROIP
OBSERVES SEDER
Over a hundred men and wo-
men gathered last Monday and
Tuesday to attend the traditional
Seder nights. Dr. Wolfson, the
chairman of the Spinoza Group
conducted the Seder ami was as-
sisted by the popular and humor-
ous poet, Mr. Herman Eager The
entire audience joined in the sing-
ing of Dayenu, Adir and Chad
Gadyo.
Dr. Wolfson spoke of the sig-
nificance of the Passover and of
the great influence the story of
the Exodus had all through the
ages on all fighters for human
liberty and freedom. "Moses was
and still is the greatest figure in
all history," the speaker concluded,
"the law of Moses forms an in-
tegral part of modefn civiliza-
tion"
Next Saturday afternoon the
Spinoza Group will meet as usual
on the lawn, at 1059 Collins Ave-
nue. Miami Beach. After a mu-
sical program, which will last from
2:30 t0 3:30 Dr. Wolfson will speak
on the Story of the Exodus and
its bearing upon present day con-
ditions. Mr. Herman Eager will
again read some of his humorous
poems. All are welcome.
BETH JACOB
ELECTS OFFICERS
At the regular meeting held
Wednesday evening the Beth Jacob
Congregation re-elected the fol-
lowing officers for the coming
year: M. B- Frank, president; Leo
Robinson. first vice-president;
Harry Wasserman. second vice-
president; David Goldstein, treas-
urer; and A. Louis Meehlowitz.
secretary. Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off. Cantor Maurice Mamches and
Mr Max Feit. sexton, were re-
elected Mr. Frank will announce
his appointments to the board of
trustees shortly,
SPECIAL MEETING
TO BE HELD
The Workmen's Circle, Branch
No. 692, will hold a special meet-
ing Thursday evening, April 13th.
at 8:00 p. m.. at. the Beth David
auditorium. Delegates to the 39th
convention to be held in Baltimore^
Md.. April 30th to May ."th will be
e'ected. Sunday nieht. April If.th,
at the Y. M. H. A. elubrooms. Mr.
Blustone. teacher of the Atlanta
school maintained by the Work
men's Circle, will lecture in Miami
on the work of the schools in the
South, and will request the support
of the Miami Branch. Jewish
songs and declamations will fol-
low. The public is invited to at-
tend.
NATIONAL COL NCI I.
TO CONVENE
April 23rd through A ->5th
a conference will be held \;,.p
ville, Tenr.\, by the repn tativej
of 10 council sections of \ ,-
ional Council of Jewish w ..,,,.r
This group, represent "^mii.
em states, and know: tne
Southern Interstate 1
will meet in Nashville. Mr,
Harry Rubin, of Charles- 1 i
president of the Isterstat
encc. presiding
The conference progra
chide discussions of col
.I-wish affairs; social 1 _
service to foreign born; -iin<
or.' leadership development, inter.
national relations and pe; : ami
discussions of the problem f th*
sections themselves, and their ac-
tivities. Outstanding onali-
ties who will attend the luV
ence are Mrs. Marion M.
eciitive director of the N itiontl
Council of Jewish Worn Mn,
Oscar S- Marx, third vice pi isident
of the National Council of
Women and member of I board
of directors.
The Southern Interstati
ence will bring together
from Tennessee. Alabama Geor-
gia- Florida. Arkansas. 1
and South Carolina.
Mrs. Benj. LeVine, pi '
the Miami Section and Mi Selmaj
Basker. chairman of Sel
Foreign Born- will repre
Miami Section at the COI
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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him. The use of the lie with malicious intent, it becomes clear,
should be punishable, especially when it is known that huge
sums, literally tens of millions of dollars, are being spent for
propaganda, for the creation of an atmosphere that will open
the way for making- large elements of the populationJews,
Catholics, a.iti-Fascists generallyeasy victims to public slan-
der. Without the use of lies Nazis must fail!
Let legislation be directed against the obvious use of lies,
and Truth will make us free. The Jewish Forum.
HADASSAH
THE HEALING OF THE
DAUGHTER OF MY PEOPLE
Y. I. H. I MOTES
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VOLUME 12 NUMBER 14
PENALIZING NAZIS FOR LIES
PROTECTING A DEMOCRACY
There has been considerable talk of stopping Nazi propa-
da from spreading racial hatred and destroying the demo-
ic spirit of this country. The suggestions generally made
ot seem to indicate an attitude such as was taken bv Prof.
Felix Frankfurter during the hearing before the Senate Com,
ttee that recommended ratification of the President's ap-
pointment to the Supreme Court; viz, that even though we may
the viewpoint of our opponents, in this country we must
permit them the opportunity to express it. Nor do the defenders
ol civil liberties seem to strike a vulnerable spot in the Naz.
Tn explaining her interference with the conduct of the Bund
meeting in MadiL Square Garden on February;*"*
Thompson said, "I laughed because I wanted to demonst ate
how perfectly absurd all this defense of free speech ,. inoon
action with movements and organizations like this one. Free
fDeech is an instrument of democratic government J
public meeting the audience has rights as weU as the speaker
I established by that laugh the fact that in the C y of New
York I may not exercise my constitutional right to laugh
ridiculous statements in a public hall." tmaaA,. t0 the
Miss Thompson demonstrated that -free speech to the
Nazis means freedom to say and do what the,>*ta*N
America, but silence for everyone else-and un.formd author
'V Vti danger of the advancing march ol: l
and the spread of Haguism in this country^ **
.ore vigilant in not denying "*^*ESJ the
ties which we would retain for ourselves, since w
principle of equal treatment in atd acy. Bills-.nj
latures, therefore, which aim to curtail the :g
and free speech, are two edged swords The law^P^ -
permits interference with such right only when II
dent that the abuse of ^V^Z^S** t0 CS"
gers the existing order. This is not an easy co
tablish. Qv,iich the use of lies
It is not too difficult, however to stablsh the ^
by Nazis with malicious inter, on their Jart /to spread
and others of their rights as *-* "^"'democracy
he feeling of violence against them S nee ^ rf
cannot continue on a basis of untruth the rf
truth must be regarded as fudamenta tot* W the
a democracy-it is logically within *^^ democ
use of lies with malicious intent in order thus to P
racy from tottering- uroven untruth that
If, for instance, Nans ^^TjTta business, or the
the Talmud permits Jews to cheat non-Jew^ ^ ^ ^ Qf
legally established forgery of the r Benjamin
Zion," or the hoax- ?*J *$^n, that Frankhn
Franklin's ranking biographer, Carl van go
warned the ocuntry against the danger^ ews ( _J^
much proof that Franklin was J**''^ que8tion"),
says Van Doren, "that if. ndiculou to dicusstn &
H becomes legally evident that J**^ ^3 status as
intent to deprive every Jew JJ^J^SS, against
an American citizen and to incite to physical
The face of the earth is tear
Stained. But where is the con-
science of the world? A world
that has gone coldand calloused.
A worldthat seems insensible to
human suffering, and abysmal de-
spair A world that stands by,
and watches dispassionatelyout-
rages of the blackest kinds of ter
rorism and sees the defilement.
ind the desecration, of all that is
de ent. humane and Godly.
The Evian Conference on Refu-
gees was a one flrt play inspired
i v genuine compassion. Unfortu
natelythe performance present-
ed by the actors the Nations of
the world, lacked sincerity Too
many crocodile tears were shed
and only superficial feelings e*
hibited. There was no depthand
there was no direction. The actOM
failed to measure up to their parts
-and lost their one opportunity
for greatness!
And sowhere shall the refu-
gees go?
To Tanganyika, Kenya. Rhode-
sia, British Guianaas possible
points of resettlement? Tis true,
the pressure for immigration from
central and eastern Europe is very
great today, so that we welcome
any and every offer of a haven of
refuge, no matter whare And the
magnitude of the catastrophe of
a people uprootedof a people
drivenbecomes wildly alarming.
Where shall the refugees gowith
the frontiers of the world closed?
Vague schemes are being devisd
mars arc being stud'-d. Tepid
offers are being made for mere
handfuls of people, while hundreds
of thousands of people are being
driven from pillar to postand
dumpedon the highways of the
world.
The problem of refugee settle-
ment is as yet unsolved- Places
suggested will take years upon
years of effortand experimenta-
tion, and expenditures of billions
before the lar.'d will be fit for hab
Itation. climatically, and geo-
graphically, the land is not feas
ihle for immediate colonization- It
is infested with insects, malaria,
anemia, dysentery and other mis-
erable conditions. Each of these
countries is industrially backward,
and offers HO immediate source
of economic independence to im-
migrants. Only a developed coun-
trycan rapidly absorb large
numbers of refugees.
Palestineon its physical merit
alone, apart from its spiritual and
cultural considerationis the best
suited land for immediate large
scale immigration. In all other
countries, the Jew will be a refu-
geebut not in Palestine, there he
will be in his homelandwith
something to live forand some-
thing to die forif necessary.
There are arguments advanced
to divert the interest of Jewish
masses from Eretz Israel- Per-
haps for imperial reasons of their
own the Mandatory Government
wishes to dissociate the refugee
problem from that of Palestine.
Perhaps there are many who do
not understand that refugee relief
nrojects should not be ranked with
the creat'on of a permanent home
for refugees. That relief projects
Y" TO ERECT PERMANENT
STAGE
Mr. Maurice Grossman, we wish
to thank you for bringing Mr.
Sam Schulwolfe to the Y. Not
content with being made em-cee
of the Y. M. H- A- minstrel show
Mr Schulwolfe. unheralded and
unsung, came before the Y. M- H.
A. Board meeting last Wednesday
and offered the splendid sugges-
tion that the previous appropria-
tion of $800 which had been made
to conduct the minstrel, with an
additional $50, will enable us to
build a fine stage in the Y audi-
torium. Something permanent
that the whole community may
well be proud on. did not cause a
moment's hesitance as the Board
approved it unanimously. A com
mittee of three headed by Herman
Waitsman, and aides Sam Schul-
wolfe and Maurice Grossman were
appointed t0 make all arrange-
ments for the building of this
stage.
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The "Y" Whites won two out of
three matches from the Flexlume
duckpin team to go into a tie for
first place in the Commercial Lea
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two of three games, but tied for
third place. The individual high
games and total pins scored of the
"Y" boys are.
Name High Game Total
Hal Levinson ... '20 MR
Harry SehwarU ...........1 1200
Sam Seitlln 120 low.
Al Berkowitz ...............120 11R5
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are but temporary ways of hand-
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major problem unsolved.
Palestine aloneoffers an im-
mediate and permanent solution
for the problem facing exiled
Jewry I
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PAGE FOUR
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
154o S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
PASSOVER SERVICES | be completed at the meeting to bt
The closing days of Passover held next Tuesday night, April
will be marked with appropriate J 13th. All members are urged to
services commencing with sundown be present.
on Sunday evening, April 9th. On
Monday morning, Shvi Shel Pesach
services will begin at 9:00 a. m,
and Rabbi Kellher will preach in
English at 10:30 a. m., on the sub-
ject: "A Symphony in Sorrow."
Momlay afternoon- Mincha servic-
es at 6:00 p. m., and Rabbi Kell-
ner will pre.ch in Yiddish between
Mincha and Maariv.
On Tuesday morning, services
will begin at 9:00 a. m., and the
Rabbi will before the memorial
services, preach on the subject of
'While there is Life, there is
Hope."
LADIES AUXILIARY
Our Ladies Auxiliary is arrang-
ing an evening of games in the
beautiful dining room of the Tides
Hotel, Miami Beach, on Sunday
night, April 10th. Final plans will
A REFUO SHLEMO
We extend our very best wihe
THE JEWI8E FLORIDIAN
If it ever is produced even the
B'nai B'rith Anti Defamation Lea-
gue will enthusiastically sanction
it. Why is it that the Youth
Division of the American Jewish
Congress and the National Coun
Oil of Jewish Youth Organiations
can't get along? There seems
to be a subterranean fight to the
finish between the two groups .
Warning to our generous reader*:
Don't give donations to any refu
gee funds that cannot show the O
K of responsible Jewish leaders
or organizations. It's disgrace-
ful but true that some racketeer-
ing has sprung up in this line. -
ABOUT PEOPLE
The most perfect presentation
FRIDAY, APRIL
7, 1939
for a speedy and complete recov-j of the Jewish maternal type we ve
ery to Mr- J- Shonfeld, who is con-
valescing from a serious illness-
MAZEL TOV
We are happy to congratulate
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Rosengarten
on the birth of their grandson and
express the hope that the parents
and grand parents will live to see
ever seen 0n Broadway is that giv-
en by Aryan Judith Anderson in
the current hit "Family Portrait.''
in which she plays the part of
Mary, mother of Jesus. Thelma
Spear, wife of author LudWlg
Lewisohn. scored a triumph In her
song recital at New York's Mac
him grow up into a happy Jewish! Dowen club iast week- Tholma
deserves a whole bouquet of or-
chids, by the way. for giving more
manhood.
SIGNS OF HOPE
We report with delight the
splendid attendance at the divine
services during the current holi-
day. It is particularly gratifying
to note that our children have
heeded our request and by their
presence that we are not wrong in
hoping for the healthy growth of
Jewish living in Miami.
of the 191424 vintages will feel
their vears when they learn that
Immanoel Kant Neumark, son or
the late Dr. David Neumark, is
the father of onv Lucy Neumark,
gently arrived. Lucy's ma^
ternal grandfather is the late Eli*
Schmerler. patron of Hebrew lit-
erature and a Hebrew scholar h,m-
self .... Sir Ronald Stors. who
was military governor of Jerua-
,,, (1uring the 192.' Palatine riots
is now here, and amazing the Four
Hundred with his scintillating
conversation- His listeners say
he's the best conversationalist to
have emerged since the days of
Oscar Wilde. Pierre van Pas-
sen's next book will be about
France. Not a novel, but a sort
,f interpretative study of French
life in all its Phases Maurice
Samuel has finished writing a big
0Vel Michael To.ld. producer
f the "Hot Mikado." is going to
give Billy Rose a dose race in the
Bamum and Bailey type of enter-
tainment before long. Todd
, self-educated Jewish boy. .
Strictly Confidential
(Continued from Page One)
the Rockland County Insane Asy-
lum. A new maternity hospital
has been established in Paris, for
the care 0f German Aryan women
married to German non-Aryans. ..
This because such women, at-
tempting to escape the penalties
for violating the Nazi racial laws,
have been afraid to let Nazi doc-
tors attend them, with the result
that the maternal death rate
among them grew terrifyingly
high. '
WE'RE TELLING YOU
Dr. Chaim Weizmann is defi-
nitely coming' to America for the
official opening ceremonies of the
Jewish Palestine Pavilion at the
New York World's Fair. He
may bring along a prominent
British anti-appeasement states-
man. There is a good possibil-
ity that one of the best-known
names in American Jewry will
soon appear on the masthead of
one of the big New York dailies
in the capacity of the paper's new
publishers. Believe it or not.
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica will have fifty thousand mem-
bers by the time its next annual
convention rolls around In oth-
er words, its membership will
show an increase of nearly 100 per
cent. If the Habimah Theatre
of Palestine comes to the U. S.
next Fall it will be due to the un-
daunted faith and energy1 of Louis
Nier. who also had a great deal
to (1 with bringing "The Eternal
Road" to the stage some seasons
ago. Louis Lipsky has conceiv-
ed a new directorial interpretation
of "The Merchant of Venice" .
than half her program to Bongs
by refugee composer Edvard Moi*
itz. whose musical sellings for
verses by American poets are in-
teresting is well as melodious-----
Hebrew I'ni.m College graduates
Mischa Auer, the movie comedian
is a grandson of Leopold AUej'
the famous violin teacher, bu-
doesn't know the first thing abou-
fiddling. However aim he'j
not kiddinghe's sure h.- (0uu
do a fine job playing Han,let.
Recent departures for Eur ipe in-
clude 14-year-old pianist Ruth
Slcn^zynski and Broadwa\ pia...
wright Elmer Rice. V .shine-
ton insiders insist that j, ,
possibility of Jerome I
ing his post as SEC Cor
or before long- Because of his
activity in the fight aga the
Chicago milk trust Fran-, i- now
called a "trust-brainet" .
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concerning the statement that
Mr. Max Feit is the director of
the Jewish funerals is incorrect.
Mr. Feit conducts the Jewish
rituals.
We Extend Best Wishes to Our Jewish
Friends and Patrons for
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FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1939
1-
_THE JEWISH PLQRIDIAW
PAGE FIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi -197 Southwest 18th Road
iffice PhOM 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
+----------------------------------------------
rKI.'MANENT CALENDAR FOR
THE YEAR
Daily services at 7:00 a- m., and
5:30 p. m.
Sabbath Services Saturday
ing at 8:30.
.* Congregation Services
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School3:15 to
6:1" p. m.
Si Mlay SchoolSunday at 10:00
o'cl( i k.
Bar Mitzvah GroupSunday at
9:00 o'clock.
I \SSOVER CELEBRATION
final days of the Passover
it ion will be ushered in Sun-
ning at sunset. Rabbi Max
ro will conduct the services
antor Louis Haynian will
the traditional prayers.
y morning at 9:80 Rabbi
ro will preach in Yiddish on
addition of the name of Mrs. Al
Reisman to th staff of sponsors
for this grou, As previously told
will inaugural a a musical project
for thi group As previously told
in these columns. Mrs. Bee Step-
kin, sponsor-n-chief. is giving
practical lectu-es and instructions
in art to this division every Sat-
urday night.
DRAMATIC CLUB
This division is now rehearsing
"Rimer the Great" This show will
be ready for production in the
near future. Watch these columns
for further details.
the subject: "Israel's Song f
Hope." Yiscor or memorial ser-
rices will take place Tuesday
morning at 10:00. Preceding these
services the Rabbi will speak on
the subject: "The Great Adven-
ture."
RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION
The Junior Congregation will
meet at special services Saturday
morning "Choi Ha Moed Pesach."
We request parents to attend with
their children.
It is absolutely improtant that I
parents register their children at
the beginning of the new term for
the Hebrew School which will be
n Wedsosday, April 12th. Re-
member: II is essential that your
children learn the fundamentals of
rewish faith in Cod, Israel and
the Torah.
BOY SCOUTSGIRL SCOUTS
Visit the Y. on Thursday nights
and see what wonderful work
these groups are doing Under
Mannie Tietler's leadership the
Boy Scout Troop can be seen ex-
ecuting drill maneuvers as though
they were seasoned soldiers. Like-
wise, the Girl Scouts, under the
leadership of Eleanor Marcus, are
doing many diversified projects.
Y. ORCHESTRA
Under Sid Stepkin's leadership,
this newly formed division is mak-
ing rapid strides and progress
Though hut few rehearsals were
held this group plays like a "vet-
eran outfit." More power to you-
Sid.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
REFUGEES
Last Sunday evening a new or
ganization joined our ranks. The
SOCIETY
WILL VISIT
IN CHICAGO
Mrs. Benjamin LeVine, presi-
dent Miami Section National Coun
cil of Jewish Women will leave for
Chicago where she will visit rela-
tives and friends. She will attend
the Souther,, Conference Gf the
National Council of Jewish Women
m Nashville. Tenn., April 23rd
25th. as a delegate of the Miami
Section, prior to her visit in Chi- |
cago.

TO SPONSOSR
CARD PARTY
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega
tion will hold a card party Sun-
day evening. April 10th, iiy the
dining room of the Tides Hotel.
Miami Beach. Mrs. Gus Ginsberg
and Mrs. George Chertkof chair-
men, will be in charge of arrange
ments. Various card games will
be played and refreshments serv-
ed. Tickets may be obtained from
any member of the Auxiliary.
MY MOTHER-
BESSIE CHOCHEM
IN MEMORIAM
Sleep in peace under a Canadian
sky,
Y-DUr beautiful soul will never
die- |
A MOTHERS PRAYER
Your mother is your best friend
Until the very, very end.
When you laugh, your mother
laughs with you
When you cry, your mother cries
too.
EDUCATOR TO
ADDRESS HEBREW CLUB
Mr. S. Wei.ssman, head of the
Jewish and Hebrew school systems
in Montreal, Canada, will be the
guest speaker at the Tarhut He-
brew group Sunday afternoon.
April 19th at 3:00 p. m.. at the
home of H. Koretsky. 1557 Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach. He will
lecture in Hebrew on "The Edu
cator in a Time of Confusion.
Good Tom Tov, friends of the
^ M. H. A.; Hope your Sedarim
pleasant and the Knadelach.

<>ver is a holiday of freedom
o naturally, our thoughts
to liberty and freedom. Not
freedom from oppression for
Ives but also for our chil-
Freedom of a Jewish com-
munity center where all of us may
nate in wholesome activities;
us better Americans and
J< ws.
/ewish refugees who migrated
here, held a meeting at the Y., at
the invitation of our executive di-
rector. This is a fine group of
intelligent young men and women,
many of whom speak English flu-
ing our Board room for a library.! ently. May we ask you to come
All persons who desire to donate i to the Y. on Sunday evenings and
socialize with these folks and
make them feel at home. Surely
... *. ... u < Nil. V.1 V .Mil U.--IUII.
ewish arc e comprising German I Rabbi Colman A. Zwitnlan win
any books or magazines, please
communicate with the executive
director. Your co operation will
In' greatly appreciated.
Hoard of Directors, ever
! "f its duty to the commu-
have contracted to build a
fence around our athletic
' and install proper lighting
- thereon. Contracts wore
iven for the painting of the
"f Director's room, which
serve as the new library.
rmore, bookcases are now
-tailed in our library, also
Phy case to "house" the many
hies our respective athletic
have won. As you read this,
nio.f nf tne work 0n tne ai,0ve
will have been completed.
P just one more of the
I reasona why you should join
Come around and be con-
I
Through the efforts of our exe
cutive director. Maurice Grossman,
a business men's class in calis-
thenics and setting up exercise will
he organized at the Y. after May
1st Through the courtesy of the
WPA. a trained instructor has
teen secured to lead this class.
Watcll these COlums for further de
tails.
these people have undrgone a
great deal of untold suffering and
the least we can do for them is
to extend to them our hospitality
and friendship.
IN MEMORIAM
MINSTREL SHOW
Our minstrel committee headed
by Al Reisman, Lou Safan and
Sam Schulwolfe, will announce fi
nal details ir: the next issue of
this paper. Watch for important
announcements.
Y. W. H. A
fOLLEY-BALL HORSESHOE
PITCHING
' few -more days the above
1 facilities will be in full
We plan to organize tour-
] "ts among the various "Y"
See the executive direc-
*" f"r further details.
The next meeting of the Wo-
men's Division will be held Tues-
day evening April 11th Mrs
Marion Shindell announces that a
irery interesting program will fol
'ow a short business session.
JUNIOR DIVISION
This division will hold its semi
annual election of officers on Moll
evening. April 17th
day
Much
the
LIBRARY
rivalry is being shown among
mdidates for the respective of-
fices. Here is wishing good luck
o the winner.
As above stated, we are prepar-,
SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION
We are pleased to announce the
We regret to announce the pass-
ing into the world beyond, of Mr.
Jacob Safanowitz, beloved father
of our board member, Louis Safan.
We extend our sympathy and of-
fer our condolence to Lou and the
members of his family- May the
soul of his father rest in peace-
preside All visitors and residents
who are interested in the Hebrew
language are cordially invited to
attend.
WANTED
RAMBI.INGS
Ren Serkin and Doc Beckman
members of our board of directors,
and Lou Pallot. member of our
Board of Governors, are among us
again, after absenting themselves
for a while on accoun't of illneess
Glad to see you gentlemen, and
hope you will stay and keep well.
Information is wanted of the
whereab-.ts of JEROME KLOS-
ENBER who has failed to con-
tribute to the support of his
wife. Edith, living in New York
City, since November, 1937. as
a result of which his wife is now
in destitute circumstances. Mr.
Klosenberg, who is said t0 be in
Florida, is 28 years of age. 5 feet
eleven inches tall, weighs 170
pounds, has black hair, bla k
eyes, a mustache. Anyone aware
of his location is requested to
communicate with the National
Desertion Bureau, 07 West 47th
Street, New York City.
When you are down and you are
blue.
When everyone has turned
against you.
Remember someone is always with
you;
It is your motheryour dear
little mother.
When you are sick she sits at your
bed.
With her tender hand she
strokes your head.
With tears in her eyes she weeps
With a prayer on her motherly
lips.
God. my Lord, Oh! Heavenly Fath-
er,
Listen to the prayer of a poor
mother;
If it is your wish my child should
die.
Take me rather than my child
away.
Remember when your m o t h cr
grows old,
Let her not suffer loneliness,
heat or cold.
When your mother is no longer
here
She is far away in heaven some-
where-
Your mother is praying only for
you-
You, my child, must pray for
her too,
Sister and brother if you forget
your mother
You will be forsaken by the
Heavenly Father.
By Martin Chochem-
see Ix>uie Safer
and Pete Silverman at our board
meetings. Other old timers, please
follow the example of these two
brothers.
Harry Schwartz, your columnist
will start a new project soon for
which preparation is now being
made, Watch for further details.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Headquarters for SID H. PAL-
MER, outstanding candidate for
City Commissioner, have been
opened today at 441-443 Seybold
Building. An elaborate suite of
rooms housing the headquarters,
together with beautiful furnish
ings and office equipment, have
been presented to Mr. Palmer by
his many friends, followers, and
well-wishers.
Janus Walmy, one of Miami's
most outstanding figures, has
been selected as chairman1 of the
People's Committee. Mr. Walmy
will spend his entire time at the
headquarters, greeting his old
friends and making new ones. He
has been a resident of Miami for
the past forty years, and is known
to olcl and young. He is an out-
standing man, with many civic and
fraternal affiliations, and is re-
spected and loved by all.
When interviewed, Mr. Walmy
said: ''I have carefully considered
the list of candidates for City
Commission. I have carefully
weighed the qualifications and
merits of every man desiring to
fill the important position of Com-
missioner. Then, before deciding
what steps to take, I have careful-
ly weighed the social, fraternal,
and civic accomplishments of all
candidates and I am glad and
proud to say that SID H- PAL-
MER IS THE MAN IN WHOM I
PLACE MY TRUST. His cour-
age, ability, and youth impressed
me very much, and I know that
when elected, SID H. PALMER
will make us a real conscientious,
and capable Commissioner. There-
fore. I am glad to recommend SID
H. PALMER to all my friends. I,
personally, have never held a pub-
lic office or been connected politi-
cally- My only interest is to help
select a man who would be accept-
able and suitable to all Miamians,
regardless of creed or affiliations.
"SID H. PALMER IS THE MAN:"
Among others serving on the
People's Committee of SID H.
PALMER, are:
F. E. Mank, real estate broker;
Arthur Keene, publisher; Robert
Wetmore, businessman; Dr. Sam-
uel Beckman; Norton Ganger,
Puro Filter Corp.; H. H. Farr.
Fair Tours; Victor Levine, attor-
ney; Nat Roth, businessman; Web
ster Wallace, attorney; Philip
Warner, adj. collections; Philip
Somberg, merchant; Milton Fried-
man, attorney: Frank S. Griffen,
businessman; E. Albert Pallot, at-
torney; Herman Wronker, busi-
nessman; Dr. Harold Rand; Henry
Bulbil*, merchant; E- E. Hopkins,
*iu8inessman; Harry Siegel, attor-
ney; Samuel J. Rand, attorney;
Harry Schwartz, merchant; Isa-
dore Fine, insurance; Walter Leroy
Smith, retired; Maxmillian Berg-
man, businessman; and many
other civic leaders.
If elected, SID H- PALMER,
will work and fight for more play-
grounds in every part of the city;
more industry, (reducing unem-
ployment;) immediate amicable
settlement of differences with the
Florida Power and Light; imme-
THE JEWISH PALESTINE
Upper row, left: Model of the Plain of Esdraelon as it ap-
pears today- part of the dioramic exhibit "The Holy Land
of Yesterday and Tomorrow."
Uppeer row, right: Architect's sketch of the Hall of Cul-
ture and Education.
Second row, left: Palestinian artist putting the finishing
touches on a huge map of the Holy Land.
Second row, center: Architect's sketch of the Jewish Pal-
estine Pavilion as it will appear when completed.
Second row, right: Palestinian sculptor hammering on one
of the huge bas relief statues that will form part of the fa-
diate purchase of the water sys
tern; immediate pay increase for
police officers; setting up working
hours for policemen; a city mana-
ger in name and in fact; Commis-
sion meetings open to the public;
more economy in city givernment;
a unified 5c bus system; and a
balanced budget.
SID H. PALMER, who is known
to everyone in Miami, is a likeable
clean, contentious, man. If elect-
ed h~ will serve the people WELI
and FAITHFULLY.
VOTE FOR SI I) H. PALMER
MAY 2.
Sincere Greetings for a Happy Pasfwver
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Third row. left: Steel structure of the Jewish Palestine Pa-
vilion in the Woild's Fair grounds.
Third row, right: Lee Simonson, consultant designer work-
ing on a scale model of Jerusalem, which will form part "t
the animated dioramic exhibit.
Bottom row. left: Model of a typical Jewish colo^ 1:1 Pal-
estine being completed at the Levant Fair Studio, at Tel
Aviv, where the exhibits for this Pavilion were built
Bottom row, right: Hall of Town Planning, as ikefc hed b*
the architects and designers of the Jewish Palest.ne Pa
ion at the New York Woild's Fair.
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To My Many Jewish Friends I Extend
Best Wishes for
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
(JEO. E. McCASKILL
For City Commissioner
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
"~BETH JACOB CONGREGATION I
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
I
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
62". Michigan Avenue
Phone 5-1S28
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 5-2013 '
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IABBATH AM) HOLIDAY
SER VICES
j vices will be held this Sab-
and the last two days of
er at 6:30 evenings, and at
I .1 9:00 mornings. Services
[^ chanted by Cantor Maurice
hes- Rabbi Mescheloff will
I this Sabbath afternoon at
Shalosh S'oodoss on the "Por-
. of the Week." His sermon
1 t Monday morning will be
ning Men." Tuesday morn
will speak at the Memorial
i Visitor) services on the theme
n Beginning of Life."
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
A model seder and professor
| were presented at the Byna-
. hy the children of our Re-
- School Thursday evening.
,iv morning sessions will be
at usual this Sunday. After-
lasso will be resumed Wed-
i ?day-
We urge our native residents to
-er their children' in our daily
evv School immediately after
wer. Reorganization of clas
... will take place within two
. ,,;, at which time the sprint.'
rammer season of our school
begin- For information about
school visit our office any
. -day afternoon.
! graduation of our Sunday
ns graduating class will b"
, Id Sunday evening. May 7th
Ml Sunday sessions will close on
inuiurtxe AppaM aao u!
-. oq \\\. sassep H 0] suo.jbu
-iiuvxe [buij .0)sp atuss <\i\\ uo
Children failing to pass these fi-
nal examinations will not be ad-
vanced to a higher class. Parents
are urged to see that children do
their best to meet the require*
mints of their classes in the way
of attendance and adequate pre-
paration for the close of our sem-
esti r.
MIAMI BEACH HABANOTH
A Passover party and celebra-
tion in honor of the Habanoth will
be held at the home of Rabbi and
Mrs. Mescheloff this Saturday-
night. All members of the Haba-
noth are being invited. The party-
will begin at 8:00 p. m.. and will
include the explanation of Pass-
over ceremonies, songs, refresh-
ments, recitations, etc.
SISTERHOOD TO MEET
The Sisterhood meeting post
noned from the first Monday in
the month on account of Passover
will be held next Wednesday even-
ing at 8:00 p. m.. at the syna-
gogue. A cultural program will
he presented in keeping with the
period of Sefirah.
REFUO SHLAYMO
We wish Mr- Joheph Wien. ill at
his home, a speedy recovery
His son. S. Wien. We wish a
Mazol Tov on the birth of a baby-
girl who was named at the ser-
vices this Saturday. C'hanna May
he an.l his wife bring up the
young lady "L'Chupah uTmaasim
tovim" in happiness and health-
I'o My Many Friends
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
HARRY S.
PICKERING
*
LEO ROBINSON
President of the American Hank
and Trust Company, was re-
elected first Vice-President of
Beth Jacob Congregation of
Miami Beach
B'NAI B'RITH

BRIEFS
M. B. FRANK
Re-elected President of Beth
Jacob Congregation of Miami
Beach-
A Message from the Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Women
these days of strife of Jew
.orld-wide we are all called to
. in some capacity, especially
Vmerican Jewish womanhood; we
ist create an attitude t0 support,
have courage, strength and
Let us build for the fu-
ture, by creating international
i d faith
Miami Section, in their program
suggested by the National
il of Jewish Women, stres
... the point of good-fellowship
,nity among all Each and
. rv Jewish woman in our midst
do her share of helpfulness at
ft time and in the future, can
call upon you for your assis-
In our program of service
the Foreign Born we give aid
. all newcomers 'in our midst and
transit, and aid them in read
ng their broken lives. We
ire now engaged in an alien sur
i to aid those who have been in
- country for some time but
... not seen fit to become nat-
alized citizens- We are ready
and stand ready to help you ir
this service, without any chargt
to you. Our local projects too. j
are very actively engaged in,
scholarship to students who liv
here locally and desire a higher ,
education, whose families cannot
afford to give them this college
education.
As has been the custom of Mi-
ami Section for many years, this
year too, we have through the
Jewish Welfare Bureau supplied
some of the needy Jewish famd.es
iw Greater Miami with Passover
baskets, so that. they too would
enjoy the Passover holidays.
Our cultural programs and coun
cil forum is open to all who desire
to attend, this for our own cul-
ture. In these programs we stres_
ilt u times Americanism and
Democracy among all W*-
Miami Jewish women awaken.
Realize your importance in TO
,and of our. Bring forth you.
courage, strength and vision.
Serve when you are called. Let
u8 guild for the future inumty^
BY SIDNEY I.. SEGALL
Sholem I-odge has opened an
office at 510 Congress Building as
the official lo.al headquarters of
B'nai B'rith. The manifold prob-
lems in defense work necessitated
the establishment of a separate of-
fice with a staff ir; charge- Broth
er Harry Simonhoff. Chairman of
the AD Committee, has advised
your writer thjt the office will
devote most of its time to the
social type of anti-Defamation
work- This should be an incen-
tive for local Jewry to cooperate
with this agency. We. as individ-
uals, should not take it upon our-
selves to solve our problems. It
is only through organized system
atized effort that we can even at-
tempt to reach a solution to the
nroblems confronting us today In
our opinion, it is your dutv as
a Ben B'rith and a Jew t0 direct
vour grievances, if anv. through
he proper channels. The B'nai
B'rith office recently established
is ready to serve you- Congratu-
lations, Sholem LodgeB n a i
B'rith marches on!
The Jewish students at the Uni-
versity of Florida, Gainesville, ex-
perienced their first student com-
munity Seder Monday night- There
were more than 200 people pres
ent, including students and local
Jews of Gainesville. Rabbi Max
Eichhorn, recently appointed as
student Rabbi by the State Stu-
dent Union Committee, was in
harge of the services at the Se-
der. In this same connection your
writer begs to report that 38 stu-
dents at the University of Miami
were placed at various Seders
sponsored by hotels, restaurants,
local congregations and homes.
This was a splendid job on the
i part of the Student Union Com-
mittee of Sholem Lodge-
ro OUR many
FRIENDS AND
ATRONS A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
ALBERT'S
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-
2019 N- W. Pirsl Court
"Sholem Lodge's Degree Team
for the next initiation is compos-
ed of Brothers Burnett Roth. Sam
Seitlin, David Catsman and Isidor
Zuckernick. About 100 candidates
are expected to be initiated The
ritual will be committed to mem-
ory. A very impressive ceremony-
should be witnessed. The Degree
team has been meeting regularly
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Fred W. Hosea. candidate for
tv commissioner in the May pri-
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Blue Ridge Mountains of
Northeastern Georgia, and came
Florida in 1916 and established
Hart Hardware Company i
1922. This is Mr. Hosea's first
stttieal venture and he has never
Vfore requested any office, public
i r private, or otherwise; and has
- 0 political ambition but a deternv
ination to render a public service
Mr. Hosea is forty-six years, of
8Ke married and has four ch*
Sn. all graduates of Miami and
Florida schools.
*
McCASKILL ANNOUNCES
"SET* McCasWH. Pioneer
M^mVresident for the past twen-
ty-seven years, announces his can
. r:t,- Commissioner in
didacy for City Comm
I the May primary. Mr. m^
I prominent in local, civic
| fraternal organizations and. Um
| held public office many times.
Extend Besl Wishes
for a |
HAPPY PASSOVER 1
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Phone 8-8656
For City
Commissioner
FRED W. HOSEA j
President
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MIAMI



r AGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, APRIL
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I
7.1939
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6996 Indian Creek Drive-12 530 N. E. 31st St.2-1541
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both oi the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning.
Zpa may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewis commu-
nity, or yu- pcieonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
hearing and aiivlce, and, needless to say. each matter will be held In
strict confidence.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the Congregation."Hillel.
PASSOVER SERVICES
Friday evening. April 7th, 1939
at 8:16 p. m., services will be held
in the Temple. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman will speak on the sub-
ject: 'Let Freedom Ring "
The services will be conducted
by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Saturday morning, April 8th at
11:00 a. m.. services will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Zwitman. Dr. j
Kaplan will preach on the Biblical
portion.
Sunday evening, April 9th at
8:15 p. m., services will be con-
ducted by Dr. Kaplan. Rabbi Zwit-
man will preach on "Freedom's
Holy Light"
Monday mornring, April 10th. at
11:00 a. m-, Yiskor service, con-
ducted by Rabbi Zwitman. Dr
Kaplan will speak on "Passover,
a Preparation and a Hope for the
Future."
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
"Upon the children of the
Schools, does all the world de-
oend."Talmud (tractate Sabbath
119b)
A most impressive Religious
Svhool Seder was conducted last
Sunday morning in our Temple.
The Religious School committee
wrved as the host for the celebra-
tion, irf which all of the children
participated. Franklin N'ankin.
Danny Kohl, Jules Arkin and Stan-
ey Bulbin asked the four .ques-
tions, and the services were con-
ducted by Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi
Zwitman1.
Next Sunday, April 9th. a Pass
over program will be given in the
Temple, in addition to a children's
brief service. A symposium on the
subject: "The Part I Played in in
Seder Service" will be pre-en'
by members of Mrs. Grossman's
class.
YAHRZEITS
"The memory of the rifjhteous is
an everlasting benediction."
The yahrzeits of the following
will be commemorated in our Fri-
day evening services during the
month of April:
Dr. Nathan Eiseman. Harry
Greenfield. Mark Simon. Rosa Os-
ias, Yetta Stecker. Cevia I-eVinc.
Meyer Lewis Cowen. Marcia T>a~-
ky, Jacob Plant, Babette Werthei-
mer and Hvman N- I.evy.
and Irving Cypen delivered the Tampa, were the guest f s,r
sermon on "Problems of Israel-" and Mrs. D. Rathblatt 1 -day. '
St. Petersburg Notes
A meeting of the executive
board of the Sisterhood of Temple
Beth El was held Wednesday pre-
ceding the regular monthly meet-
ing.
The H- S. D. regular meeting
Tuesday evening was a busy one
with the following committees ap
pointed: Membership. Evelyn Hel-
ler. Toby Rothblatt and Donna
Rabinovitch; Social. Lillian Gor-
don, Jerry Cohen and Toby Roth
Matt.
Miss Dorothy Rosenfarb
Tampa, was the week-end uuest $1
her sister, Mrs. Larry Bemfol
Mrs L. Grossman ami
moved to their beach
Treasure Island.
>na have
h imc jn
Bernard Fuchs and 1: Fein.
berg, students at Gainesville, ,.,
home for the week-end
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Terel of
Members of the A. Z A., con-
ducted services at Congregation
B'nai Israel Friday evening. Max
Keeves, Jerome Goldberg and
Louis Abranis conducted the ritual
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• r AGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, APRIL l %  %  I 7.1939 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6996 Indian Creek Drive—-12 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-1541 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both oi the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning. Zpa may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewis community, or yupcieonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and aiivlce, and, needless to say. each matter will be held In strict confidence. CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the Congregation."—Hillel. PASSOVER SERVICES Friday evening. April 7th, 1939 at 8:16 p. m., services will be held in the Temple. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will speak on the subject: 'Let Freedom Ring The services will be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Saturday morning, April 8th at 11:00 a. m.. services will be conducted by Rabbi Zwitman. Dr. j Kaplan will preach on the Biblical portion. Sunday evening, April 9th at 8:15 p. m., services will be conducted by Dr. Kaplan. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on "Freedom's Holy Light" Monday mornring, April 10th. at 11:00 a. m-, Yiskor service, conducted by Rabbi Zwitman. Dr Kaplan will speak on "Passover, a Preparation and a Hope for the Future." RELIGIOUS SCHOOL "Upon the children of the Schools, does all the world deoend."—Talmud (tractate Sabbath 119b) A most impressive Religious Svhool Seder was conducted last Sunday morning in our Temple. The Religious School committee wrved as the host for the celebration, irf which all of the children participated. Franklin N'ankin. Danny Kohl, Jules Arkin and Staney Bulbin asked the four .questions, and the services were conducted by Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi Zwitman 1 Next Sunday, April 9th. a Pass over program will be given in the Temple, in addition to a children's brief service. A symposium on the subject: "The Part I Played in in Seder Service" will be pre-en' by members of Mrs. Grossman's class. YAHRZEITS "The memory of the rifjhteous is an everlasting benediction." The yahrzeits of the following will be commemorated in our Friday evening services during the month of April: Dr. Nathan Eiseman. Harry Greenfield. Mark Simon. Rosa Osias, Yetta Stecker. Cevia I-eVinc. Meyer Lewis Cowen. Marcia T>a~ky, Jacob Plant, Babette Wertheimer and Hvman NI.evy. and Irving Cypen delivered the Tampa, were the guest „f s r sermon on "Problems of Israel-" and Mrs. D. Rathblatt 1 -day. St. Petersburg Notes A meeting of the executive board of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth El was held Wednesday preceding the regular monthly meeting. The HS. D. regular meeting Tuesday evening was a busy one with the following committees ap pointed: Membership. Evelyn Heller. Toby Rothblatt and Donna Rabinovitch; Social. Lillian Gordon, Jerry Cohen and Toby Roth Matt. Miss Dorothy Rosenfarb Tampa, was the week-end uuest $1 her sister, Mrs. Larry Bemfol Mrs L. Grossman ami moved to their beach Treasure Island. %  >na have h imc j n Bernard Fuchs and 1: Fei n berg, students at Gainesville, ,., home for the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Jack Terel of Members of the A. Z A., conducted services at Congregation B'nai Israel Friday evening. Max Keeves, Jerome Goldberg and Louis Abranis conducted the ritual IT PAYS TO G£T THE BEST Dia>'k Cond, Muck, Marl or Mlxr


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e Jewli5lh Filariidliiai in COMB *% m£ Tlhe Jhewiisih lUmiity 3& g suxrijJk VJSJSIMJ^ *9 12 —NO 14. MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS IKICTLY I Boycott Introduces CONFIDENTIAL New U. S. Industries IFRONT-LINE NEWS Tetens, an Aryan German now in this country, is a ..nti Nazi movement. journalist who unques• nullifies as the finest prognostician we have i. acroaa. He has foreHitler move at least six in advance• • We were i Piua is going to clamp Father Coughlin And i haplin will play the dicisepainter <>n the screen in 1940 after all. A ;, profsBOr at a famous diversity is trying to [.200.000 to lie used for :t •_•i al study of anti Semitllalf this fund is to be i! iii).' .lows and half among If our suggestion L-onnection is worth anyhumbly submit that the staff should include a jzriv expert psychoanalysts, preferred, to study the in %  orkings of anti-Semitic The $.300,000 drive that ta Kappa, scholastic honor ty. will open next week is establishment of a defense r democracy and intellec p ad a t i and deserves the of every member, but par:>f Jewish members—on pllent principle that charity it home%  And to those mot think up an answer to list argument that there is mployment in the totalitarItei we want to say that a study of German employmade by Hugh S. Hanna. of I.abor Department, re that Hitler counts relief jand concentration camp lalong the employed, and that pv.!!' >na of German workerliled t 0 register as uneinthough they have no work they know that if they dc ter they will be forced into y labor at starvation wages, For SHOULD KNOW of the fact that official are already whisperHitler's occupancy of the throne by l'.42, the big is very near in Naziland. onomic difficulties, which n aggravates • Now 1'inel has returned to Me Germany and Danzig is on r y back to that hungry maw, better understanding of J ins and Needles" skit en"Britannia Waives the .... Morrie Ryskind says Hitler is dead and a double Jting for him, the double is than the dead one. Fritz | and his adjutants are doing lew York night clubs these [trying to cas hin on the nothey got from that big n Square Garden meeting bruary. But all they get Ssses. Henry Ford, we [snent $20,000 on replacing ian Hilo machine in his Fair exhibit with an can Bliss ditto Now if knly spend 20 cents or* poslor a little narcel in whi-h return his Nazi decoration New York. (WNS).New factories and jobs for more Anieri cans will shortly spring up in the jewelry trade as a result of the pressure of the ami Nazi boycott, it was disclosed at a luncheon of importers here Representatives of more than 150 importing firms passed a unanimous resolution not to import any merchandise from Germany for the next nine months, and to establish new factories here whieh will manufacture semi-precious stones hitherto obtainable only iii Germany. Ickes To Study Plan For Refugee Colony Was i WNS I S .rotary of the Interior Harold I.. I kes is studying the practicability of a privately financed colony in Southern Alaska for refugees from opiression in Europe, it was disclos %  d here. Ickes, whose department .s in charge of Alaska, -eoks to letermine the probable costs of the project, means of financing it. possibilities for economic subsis tence of new settlers and whether immigration laws would have to be revised if the project were undertaken. It is believed that a colony would aid in developing Alaska's fishing, agricultural and mineral resources, and would indirectly aid national defense plans. Ickes frequently has criticized the heads of totalitarian states for religious and racial persecutions. lie was described by associates as "interested" in any "sound scheme" I aid oppressed minorities. Illegal Immigrants Parley On Palestine PRAGUE JEWISH Are Apprehended Resumed By Arabs BAN CONTINUES Bund Report Reveals "Membership of 6,617 Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agen cy)—A Greek ship conveying 641 Jewish refugees fleeing from Central Kurope and attempting to enter Palestine illegally was apprehended near Nathaivia, colony in the northern part of the Sharon. The ship was brought into Haifa Port by the authorities. The expectation is that, as hap pened in the case of the 270 illegal immigrants who were seized a week and a half ago on the Rumanian steamship Sandu, the homeless Jews arrested this week would also be released but forced •" sail on to some unknown ties tination. Over four thousand Jewish im' migrants entered Palestine during the month of March, according to i released by the Jewish Agency for Palestine Most of these newcomers came from Germany and Austria. Lithuania To Guard Minorities' Rights Cairo, Egypt. (WNS)—At an informal meeting which took place here with the purpose of obtaining a shartr transition period before Palestine should become an inde pendent state, Palestine Arab lead ers who had returned from the Lond-jn Conference conferred with Egyptian Government officials in the hope still 0 f reaching some compromise between the British and the Arabs before the British Government issues its statement .if policy. Present at the meeting were Dr Hussein Khalidi. former Mayor of Jerusalem; Ahmad Hilmi Pasha and Yacoub Ghussein, Palestinian Arab leaders; Egyptian Premier Mohammed Mahmoud Pasha, and Amin Osman Pasha, Under-Secretary of Finance, who several weeks ago flew to Beirut. Syria to persuade the ex Mufti of Jeru Salem to compromise. Sir Miles I.ampson. Britiin Ambassador, represented his govern incut in the discussions here. Kaunas, (WNS)— The Lithuanian Government will respect the rights of minorities and will not tolerate persecution because of race or religion, according to a statement made here by Premier Jonas Cernius, head of the new Government of National Concentration. Eighteen persons, convicted of anti Jewish excesses here have been sentenced to serve time in labor camps by th Interior Ministry. Athens. Greece. (WNS) —It was reported here that Dr. Joseph Goebhels, German Minister of Propaganda, and his party who now are here "on a two-day unof ficial visit, will leave this week for Rhodes. Egypt. B'NAI B'RITH OPENS OFFICE Washington. [WNS)—A report of the investigation of the GermanAmerican Bund movement in this country, compiled by agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and submitted last year to the Dies Committee investigating un American activities, was made public this week by the Department of Justice here. It is a weighty, factual document, accompanied by fourteen files of exhibits, and represents the information obtained by the investigation conducted in the Fall of 1937. Although it was difficult to derive the exact membership of the Bund—Fritz Kuhn. national leader, had told one investigator it had 200.000 members, and another that it had a membership of 8.299-the figure gathered from the local leaders gave a total of 6."17 in the fortv-five posts then functioning. Both local and national offi-ers refused to submit membership records to the investigating bureau. if was disclosed. ., H,„ i,„;,o.nf-th"-"""' '" "identnlly. it's O.nto •'"" %  onr!**" • w... ftia trnt<-h of l""" 1 "ear Nv. :..„* htnofit Kv ^: *7 Kiihn' lt'ttlo fr"d. Is sittd close to %  Continued on Psi'e Fonr) SEES ANTI-SEMITISM GROWING IN NEW YORK New York. (WNS)—In an article in "The Nation" entitled "Pos son in the Melting Pot." George Britt, who. in collaboration with Heywood Broun is preparing a new book on anti-Semitism to be published this Spring, warns of increased anti-Semitism in New York which, he asserts, has "ceased to be whispered and has become an open instrument of demagouery, a vast outlet for idle cm i gies." He cites anti-Semitic in i dents, including the stabbing of two Jews a few months ago, the activities of such organizations as the Bund and other Fascist group: saying that "this account of antiSemitism in New York City tiday could not have been written a year ago." Offers Excellent Peace Formula The opening of local offices of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith is being announced. The office is located at 510 Congress Building, Miami, where Bomeone will be Clad to supply information to inquiries regarding all matters. Ter sorts having communal matters requiring attention are requested ti communi ate with the office or call 3-3588. The regular meeting of Sholem lodge B'nai B'rith will take place Tuesday evening at R:00 p. m at the Elk's lodge rooms. Fast Flag lev Street and corner of Third Avenue. MiamiInitiation will tak plac with Burnett Roth. Sam Seitlin. David Catsman and feidor Zuckernick, the degree team, in charge. Various committee reports will be heard. Refreshments will l j served. All members and friends are urrjad to attend. —^— ^ NAZIS WTN SEATS IN PARLIAMENT London. (WNS)—Declaring that Prime Minister Chamberlain's newforeign policy would "save the world from the idiocy of another world war," Major Vermin Bartlett, Independent member of Parliament had still another idea for the happiness of mankind: 'We shall not be able to enjoy our selves." he said, "until Franco's widow tells Stalin on his deathbed that Hitler has been assassinated at Mussolini's funeral." Copenhagen, (WNS) — Denmark's Nazi party won three seats ; n Parliament in a surprise show of strength in this week's general 'lections while communists added one to the twj they already had. Despite sharp gains in the vote of both Nazis and Communists, however, changes in party strength in Parliament were small under the proportional representation system. The German Minority in North Schleswig, a district formerly German, but which voted in a plebiscite to join Denmark after the World War. won oniy one seat —the same as in the last election. Prague, (WNS) — While the wholesale arrests of Jews continue here by the Nazi authorities, strong measures will be taken for the mass dismissal of Jewish employees and executives, in a constant effort to deal primarily with the Jewish policy of the Nazi regime. The Prairue Stock Exchange soon will adopt a resolution concerning its Aryanizati in." Jews have been eliminated from the •ommittee of the various organizations of the sugar industry in 'adapting themselves to changed conditions," and the Prague Chamber of Engineers has asked its "non-Aryan" members voluntarily to "liquidate enterprises immeliately" and to appoint "Aryan" ubstitutes to complete unfinished business. Dr. Eckstein, general secretary of the Stock Exchange, and two Jewish directors of the famous Rudolf Masse publishing firm have been displaced and in the large book and newspaper publishing concerns in Prague, Ostrau and Kittle there have been mass dismissals of Jewish employees. Scholarship payments have been suspended to Slovak, CarpathoUkraine and Jewish students by the Prague branch of the. College Student Association. AH Jewish sports unions, including the Hagihor and Maccabi associations, members of which held international records in swimming and other sports, were also suspended by the Nazi authorities. Although the Nuremberg antiSemitic laws have not yet been introduced in the protectorate of Bohemia-Moraviaconditions are becoming daily more difficult for Jews who are virtually prisoners I since no permits to leave the country will be issued to Jews. Most of those arrested since the Nazi invasion have been released. Mass arrests continue, however, the victims usually being released ,-fter a few days. Mine. Marie Schmolka, head of all refugee %  % %  ',-, in Prague, who was arrested, •• % %  L.T.-IMI. and again arrested i* still being held. Ernst Frischer, "nodneer, and head of the former Towish Partv is still reported im•••i-onod, although Dr. P. Maerz, b-ad of the Zionist Organization, has been released. Meanwhile reports from Slovakia Indicate violent anti-Semitic \. sses at the hands of the FasH I anti-Semitic Hlinka Guards. Tovi di residents of the town of Nitra are reported to have been narked into lorries, taken to the co-'itryside where they were brutally beaten and left in helpless condition in the open fields. Kaunas. (WNS)—Confiscation ; of all Jewish property, valued at | an estimated $17,000,000, has been j ordered by the Nazi authorities 0 f Memel. It was also stated that I no debts are to be paid to the several hundred Jews remaining in the Lithuanian territory which recently fell under German control.



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wJewisti Floridliai in COMB I% imo The Jewish Unity 3&JL g suxrijJk WJLQM^ ** fOL. 12-NO 14. MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS T R I C T L Y Boycott Introduces CONFIDENTIAL New U. S. Industries 1 K0NT-L1NE NEWS T. li Tetens, an Aryan German lefug ow in this country, is a Ine-mai feti I Ivii old i I (jphi i anti-Nazi movement. a journalist who unqucs; qualifies as the finest prognosticiarv we have i across. He has foreHitler move at least six advance• • We were I'ius is going to clamp Father Coughlin. And i haplin will play the dichnusepainter <>n the screen 1940 after all. A profssor at a famous iversity is trying to 0,000 to he used for a .! study of anti SemitHalf this fund is to he •_' .lews and half among If our suggestion connection is worth any-l humbly submit that the aff should include a Xpert psychoanalysts. preferred, to study the in workings of anti-Semitic The $300,000 drive that li Bi ta Kappa, scholastic honor iternity, will open next week ithe establishment of a defense I findemocracy and intellec 1 freedom, and deserves the [port of every member, hut par larly of Jewish members—on eitt principle that charity ii it home. And to those t think up an answer to -t argument that there is unemployment in the totalitarNew York. (WNS)—New factories and jobs for more Anuri cans will shortly spring up in the jewelry trade as a result of the pressure of the anti-Nazi boycott, it was disclosed at a luncheon of importers here Representatives of more than 160 importing firms passed a unanimous resolution 'Hit to import any merchandise from Germany for the next nine months, and to establish new factories here which will manufacture semi-precious stones hitherto obtainable only in Germany. • we want to say that a it study of German employ-j li by Hugh S. Hanna. of | S. I-iibor Department, rej Hitler counts relief %  '• %  concentration camp la-. the employed, and that nS of German workers i I t ( register as unem ugh they have no work y know that if they 'I' •hey will be forced into ibor at starvation wages. YOU SHOULD KNOW of the fa?t that official are already whisper"t Hitler's occupancy of the [i throne by 1942, the big up is very near in Naziland. F.ronomic difficulties, which li : aggravates • Now I' Memel has returned to MeP Germany and Danzig is on ck to that hungry maw, have i better understanding of "Pins and Needles" skit en'1 'Britannia Waives the l*s". Morrie Ryskind says J 1 if Hitler is dead and a double 'ting for him, the double is rse than the dead one. Fritz |hn and his adjutants are doing New York night clubs these f s trying to cas hin on the no>ty they got from that big Jison Square Garden meeting | February. But all they get kisses. Henry Ford, we '(pent $20,000 on replacing German Hilo machine in his •Id's Fair exhibit with an lericao Bliss ditto. Now if V only spend 20 cents on posr 'or a little oarcel in whi-h I will return his Nazi decoration 1 Ickes To Study Plan For Refugee Colony Washington, (WNS) S rretary of the Interior Harold I.. 1 kes is studying the practicability of a privately financed colony in Southern' Alaska f"trefugees from oppression in Europeit was disclos %  d here. Ickes, whosedepartment is in charge of Alaska, seeks to letermine the probable costs of he project, means of financing it. possibilities for economic subsistence of new settlers and whether immigration laws would have to he revised if the project were undertaken. It is believed that a colony would aid in developing Alaska's fishing, agricultural and mineral resources, and would indirectly aid national defense plans Ickes frequently has criticized the heads of totalitarian -tates for religious and racial persecutions. He was described by associateas "interested" in any "sound scheme" t 0 aid oppressed minorities. Illegal Immigrants Parley On Palestine PRAGUE JEWISH Are Apprehended I Resumed By Arabs BAN CONTINUES Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agen cy)—A Greek ship conveying 641 Jewish refugees fleeing from Central Europe and attempting to enter Palestine illegally was apprehended near Nathaivia, colony in the northern part of the Sharon. The ship was brought into Haifa Port by the authorities. The expectation is that, as hap pened in the ease of the 270 illegal immigrants who were seized a week and a half ago on the Rumanian steamship Sandu, the homeless Jews arrested this week would also be released but forced ail "ii tn gome unknown dest ination. (her four thousand Jewish immigrants entered Palestine during 'he month of Mar ll. according to figures released by the Jewish Agency for Palestine. Most of these newcomers came from Germany and Austria. Lithuania To Guard Minorities' Rights Kaunas. (WNS)—The Lithuanian Government will respect the tights of minorities and will not tolerate persecution because of race or religion, according to a statement made here by Premier Jonas Cernius, head of the new Government of National Concentration. Eighteen persons, convicted of anti Jewish excesses here have been sentenced to serve time in labor camps by th Interior MinistryBund Report Reveals Membership of 6,617 Washington. WNS)A report •>f the investigation of the GermanAmerican Bund movement in this country, compiled by agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and submitted last year to the Dies Committee investigating un-American activities, was made public this week by the Department of Justice here. It is a weighty, factual document, accompanied by fourteen files of exhibits, and rep resents the information obtained by the investigation conducted in the Fall of 1937. Although it was difficult to derive the exact membership of the Bund—Fritz Kuhn. national lead er. had told one investigator it had 200,000 members, and another that it had a membership of 8.299-the figure gathered from the local leaders gave a total of 6.017 in the fortv-five posts then function inc. Both local and national officers refused t„ submit membershin records to the investigating bureau, it was disclosed. SF.H.S ANTI-SEMITISM GROWING IN NEW YORK New York. I WNS I-In an arti ,le in "The Nation" entitled "Pos son in the Melting Pot." George Britt, who. in collaboration with Heywood Broun is preparing a m n book on anti-Semitism to be published this Spring, warns of increased anti Semitisni in New York which, he asserts, has •'ceased to be whispered and has become an open instrument of demagou, i y. a vast outlet for idle enei | u'ies." He cites anti-Semitic incidents, including the stabbing of two Jews a few months ago, the activities of such organizations as the Bund and other Fascist group; saying that "this account of antiSemitism in New York City today could not have been written a year ago. Offers Excellent Peace Formula Cairo, Egypt. (WNS)—At an informal meeting which took place here with the purpose of obtaining a shjrtr transition period before ] Palestine should become an inde ; pendent state, Palestine Arab lead era who had returned from the I ondon Conference conferred with Egyptian Government officials in the hope still 0 f reaching some compromise between the British and the Arabs before the British Government issues its statement .f policy. Present at the meeting were Dr Hussein Khalidi. former Mayor of Jerusalem: Ahmad Hilnii Pasha .md Yacoub Ghusseiw, Palestinian Arab leaders; Egypfan Premier Mohammed Mahmoud Pasha, and Amin Osman Pasha, Undersecretary of Finance, who several weeks iig„ flew to Beirut. Syria to persuade the ex Mufti of Jeru sale in to compromise. Sir Miles Lampson, Britisn Ambassador, represented his govern ment in the discus-ions here. Athens, Greece. (WNS) —It was reported here that Dr. Joseph Goebbels. German Minister of Propaganda, and his party who now are here "on a two-day unof fieial visit, will leave this week for Rhodes. Egypt. B'NAI B'RITH OPENS OFFICE .„ ,„ nn:n^.of-b"-""'" .•Mentally, it's m* "" !" "" n *" • V.l ffca =tro*eh of lo-d "W "V %  :..„. h„„..M hv ^: 'T Knhn' Itttle fro"^. "is sitnitod close to 'Continued on Pure Four) The opening of local offices of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith is being announced. The office is located at 510 Congress Building. Miami, where Bomeone will be glad to supply information to inquiries regarding all matters. Per 1 sons having communal matters requiring attention are requested to communi ate with the office or call 8-3533. The regular meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will take place Tuesday evening at 8:00 p. m at the Elk'a lodge rooms. Fast Flag ler Street and corner of Third Avenue. Miami. Initiation will taki place with Burnett Roth. Sim Seitlin, David Cat-man and faidoT Zuckernick, the degree team, in charge. Various committee reports will be heard. Refreshments will i 1 ; served. All members ant 1 friends are tirped to attend. I-ondon. (WNS)—Declaring that Prime Minister Chamberlain's new foreign policy would "save the world from the idiocy of another world war," Major Vermin Bart lett, Independent member of Parliament had still another idea for the happiness of mankind: 'We shall not be able to enjoy ourselves." he said, "until Franco's widow tells Stalin on his deathbed that Hitler has been assassinated at Mussolini's funeral." NAZIS w r N SEATS IN PARLIAMENT Copenhagen, (WNS) — Denmark's Nazi party won three seats : n Parliament in a surprise show of strength in this week's general 'lections while communists added one to the two they already had. Despite sharp gains in the vote of both Nazis and Communists, however, changes in party strength in Parliament were small under the proportional representation system. The German Minority in North Schleswig, a district formerly German, but which voted in a plebiscite to join Denmark after the World War. won only one seat —the same as in the last election. Prague, (WNS) — While the wholesale arrests of Jews continue here by the Nazi authorities, strong measures will be taken for the mass dismissal of Jewish employees and executives, in a constant effort to deal primarily with the Jewish policy of the Nazi regime. The Prague Stock Exchange soon will adopt a resolution coivcerning its '"Aryanization." Jews have been eliminated from the ommittee of the various organizations of the sugar industry in 'adapting themselves to changed conditions," and the Prague Chamber of Engineers has asked its "non-Aryan" members voluntarily to "liquidate enterprises immeHately" and to appoint "Aryan" ubstitutes to complete unfinished business. Dr. Eckstein, general secretary of the Stock Exchange, and two Jewish directors of the famous Rudolf Masse publishing firm have been displaced and in the large book and newspaper publishing concerns in Prague, Ostrau and Kittle there have been mass dismissals of Jewish employees. Scholarship payments have been suspended to Slovak, CarpathoUkraine and Jewish students by the Prague branch of the. College Student Association. All Jewish sports unions, including the Hagibor and Maccabi associations, members of which held international records in swimming and other sports, were also suspended by the Nazi authorities. Although the Nuremberg antiSemitic laws have not yet been introduced in the protectorate of Bohemia-Moravia, conditions are becoming daily more difficult for .Tews who are virtually prisoners since no permits to leave the country will be issued to Jews. Most of those arrested since the Xazi invasionhave been released. Mass arrests continue, however, the victims usually being released fter n few days. Mine. Marie Schmolka. head of all refugee work ill Prague, who was arrested, • UflBPd. and again arrested Is still being held. Ernst Frischer, -no-in er. and head of the former Towish Party is still reported im' nrUoned, although Dr. P. Maerz, H-ad of the Zionist Organization, ha-beer,' released. Meanwhile reports from Slovakia indicate violent anti-Semitic j excesses at the hands of the Fascist anti-Semitic Hlinka Guards. Tev i ih residents of the town of Nitra are reported to have been n-i--ked into lorries, taken to the countryside where they were brutallv beaten and left in helpless Condition in the open fields. Kaunas. (WNS)—Confiscation of all Jewish property, valued at an estimated $17,000,000, has been ordered by the Nazi authorities 0 f Memel. It was also stated that no debts are to be paid to the several hundred Jews remaining in the Lithuanian territory which recently fell under German control. %  ^ % % %  H a



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Lin AY. APRIL 7, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN "~BETH JACOB CONGREGATION I Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach I MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 62". Michigan Avenue •Phone 5-1S28 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 5-2013 .—.—, + IABBATH AM) HOLIDAY SER VICES j vices will be held this Saban d the last two days of er at 6:30 evenings, and at I .1 9:00 mornings. Services [^ chanted by Cantor Maurice hesRabbi Mescheloff will I this Sabbath afternoon at Shalosh S'oodoss on the "Por. of the Week." His sermon 1 t Monday morning will be ning Men." Tuesday morn will speak at the Memorial i Visitor) services on the theme n Beginning of Life." RELIGIOUS SCHOOL A model seder and professor | were presented at the Byna. hy the children of our ReSchool Thursday evening. ,iv morning sessions will be at usual this Sunday. Afterlasso will be resumed Wedi ?dayWe urge our native residents to -er their children' in our daily evv School immediately after wer. Reorganization of clas ... will take place within two ,,;, at which time the sprint.' rammer season of our school beginFor information about school visit our office any -day afternoon. • graduation of our Sunday ns graduating class will b" Id Sunday evening. May 7th Ml Sunday sessions will close on inuiurtxe AppaM aao u -. oq \\\. sassep H 0] SUO.JBU -iiuvxe [BUIJ .0)sp atuss <\i\\ uo Children failing to pass these final examinations will not be advanced to a higher class. Parents are urged to see that children do their best to meet the require* mints of their classes in the way of attendance and adequate preparation for the close of our semesti r. MIAMI BEACH HABANOTH A Passover party and celebration in honor of the Habanoth will be held at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff this Saturdaynight. All members of the Habanoth are being invited. The partywill begin at 8:00 p. m.. and will include the explanation of Passover ceremonies, songs, refreshments, recitations, etc. SISTERHOOD TO MEET The Sisterhood meeting post noned from the first Monday in the month on account of Passover will be held next Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m.. at the synagogue. A cultural program will he presented in keeping with the period of Sefirah. REFUO SHLAYMO We wish MrJoheph Wien. ill at his home, a speedy recovery His son. S. Wien. We wish a Mazol Tov on the birth of a babygirl who was named at the services this Saturday. C'hanna May he an.l his wife bring up the young lady "L'Chupah uTmaasim tovim" in happiness and healthI'o My Many Friends A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER HARRY S. PICKERING „* LEO ROBINSON President of the American Hank and Trust Company, was reelected first Vice-President of Beth Jacob Congregation of Miami Beach B'NAI B'RITH BRIEFS M. B. FRANK Re-elected President of Beth Jacob Congregation of Miami BeachA Message from the Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women these days of strife of Jew .orld-wide we are all called to in some capacity, especially Vmerican Jewish womanhood; we ist create an attitude t 0 support, have courage, strength and Let us build for the future, by creating international • i d faith Miami Section, in their program suggested by the National il of Jewish Women, stres ... the point of good-fellowship ,nity among all Each and rv Jewish woman in our midst do her share of helpfulness at ft time and in the future, can %  call upon you for your assisIn our program of service the Foreign Born we give aid all newcomers 'in our midst and transit, and aid them in read • ng their broken lives. We ire now engaged in an alien sur i to aid those who have been in country for some time but ... not seen fit to become natalized citizensWe are ready and stand ready to help you ir this service, without any chargt to you. Our local projects too. j are very actively engaged in, scholarship to students who liv here locally and desire a higher education, whose families cannot afford to give them this college education. As has been the custom of Miami Section for many years, this year too, we have through the Jewish Welfare Bureau supplied some of the needy Jewish famd.es iw Greater Miami with Passover baskets, so that. they too would enjoy the Passover holidays. Our cultural programs and coun cil forum is open to all who desire to attend, this for our own culture. In these programs we stres_ ilt „u times Americanism and Democracy among all W*Miami Jewish women awaken. Realize your importance in TO ,and of our. Bring forth you. courage, strength and vision. Serve when you are called. Let u8 guild for the future inumty^ BY SIDNEY I.. SEGALL Sholem I-odge has opened an office at 510 Congress Building as the official lo.al headquarters of B'nai B'rith. The manifold problems in defense work necessitated the establishment of a separate office with a staff ir; chargeBroth er Harry Simonhoff. Chairman of the AD Committee, has advised your writer thjt the office will devote most of its time to the social type of anti-Defamation workThis should be an incentive for local Jewry to cooperate with this agency. We. as individuals, should not take it upon ourselves to solve our problems. It is only through organized system atized effort that we can even attempt to reach a solution to the nroblems confronting us today In our opinion, it is your dutv as a Ben B'rith and a Jew t 0 direct vour grievances, if anv. through • he proper channels. The B'nai B'rith office recently established is ready to serve youCongratulations, Sholem Lodge—B n a i B'rith marches on! The Jewish students at the University of Florida, Gainesville, experienced their first student community Seder Monday nightThere were more than 200 people pres ent, including students and local Jews of Gainesville. Rabbi Max Eichhorn, recently appointed as student Rabbi by the State Student Union Committee, was in •harge of the services at the Seder. In this same connection your writer begs to report that 38 students at the University of Miami were placed at various Seders sponsored by hotels, restaurants, local congregations and homes. This was a splendid job on the i part of the Student Union Committee of Sholem Lodgero OUR MANY FRIENDS AND •ATRONS A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER ALBERT'S GAflAGE 2019 NW. Pirsl Court "Sholem Lodge's Degree Team for the next initiation is composed of Brothers Burnett Roth. Sam Seitlin, David Catsman and Isidor Zuckernick. About 100 candidates are expected to be initiated The ritual will be committed to memory. A very impressive ceremonyshould be witnessed. The Degree team has been meeting regularly SERVEL ELECTROLUX THE Gas REFRIGERATOR ...issilent, thrifty, because it freezes with no The Makers of. •THAT*GOOD MOON KIST ICE CREAM iind Distributors of ROYAL PALM MILK \N DID ATE FOR < ITY COMMISSIONER Fred W. Hosea. candidate for tv commissioner in the May priary, was born in the foothills of • Blue Ridge Mountains of Northeastern Georgia, and came Florida in 1916 and established %  Hart Hardware Company i 1922. This is Mr. Hosea's first stttieal venture and he has never Vfore requested any office, public i r private, or otherwise; and has 0 political ambition but a deternv ination to render a public service Mr. Hosea is forty-six years, of 8K e married and has four ch* Sn. all graduates of Miami and Florida schools. • • McCASKILL ANNOUNCES "SET* McCasWH. Pioneer M^mVresident for the past twenty-seven years, announces his can r:t,Commissioner in didacy for City Comm I the May primary. Mr. M^ I £ prominent in local, civic £ | fraternal organizations and UM | held public office many times. Extend Besl Wishes for a | HAPPY PASSOVER 1 ROYAL PALM CREAMERY j (Incorporated) Phone 8-8656 For City Commissioner FRED W. HOSEA j President HART HARDWARE CO. i BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER E VERYONE likes to save money. That's why Servel EUetrolux growa more popular every day. This famoua silent refrigerator has no moving parts in its entire freezing system. Nothing to wear or become inefficient. Thi simplicity means freedom from big upkeep expense means continued low running cost. Call at our showroom today and ask to see the beautiful new Servcl EUetrolux models that can be yours on easy terms. PEOPLES WATER AND GAS COMPANY. 1462 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH FOOD STORE, INC. The Best in Groceries, Fruits, Meats and Vegetables 1419 S W. 8th Street — Phone: 2-7529 PASSOVER GREETINGS FERN HOTEL HI X. W. First Street MIAMI


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CONFIDENTIAL New U. S. Industries
Ifront-line news
Tetens, an Aryan German
now in this country, is a
..nti Nazi movement. .
journalist who unques-
nullifies as the finest
prognostician we have
i. acroaa. He has fore-
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Father Coughlin And
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diversity is trying to
[.200.000 to lie used for :t
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llalf this fund is to be
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. If our suggestion
L-onnection is worth any-
humbly submit that the
staff should include a
jzriv expert psychoanalysts,
preferred, to study the in
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The $.300,000 drive that
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establishment of a defense
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of every member, but par-
:>f Jewish memberson
pllent principle that charity
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mot think up an answer to
list argument that there is
mployment in the totalitar-
Itei we want to say that a
study of German employ-
made by Hugh S. Hanna. of
I.abor Department, re
that Hitler counts relief
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long the employed, and that
pv.!!' >na of German worker-
liled t0 register as unein-
though they have no work
they know that if they dc
ter they will be forced into
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of the fact that official
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Hitler's occupancy of the
throne by l'.42, the big
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Jins and Needles" skit en-
"Britannia Waives the
.... Morrie Ryskind says
Hitler is dead and a double
Jting for him, the double is
than the dead one- Fritz
| and his adjutants are doing
lew York night clubs these
[trying to cas hin on the no-
they got from that big
n Square Garden meeting
bruary. But all they get
Ssses. Henry Ford, we
[snent $20,000 on replacing
ian Hilo machine in his
Fair exhibit with an
can Bliss ditto Now if
knly spend 20 cents or* pos-
lor a little narcel in whi-h
return his Nazi decoration
New York. (WNS)- .New fac-
tories and jobs for more Anieri
cans will shortly spring up in the
jewelry trade as a result of the
pressure of the ami Nazi boycott,
it was disclosed at a luncheon of
importers here Representatives
of more than 150 importing firms
passed a unanimous resolution not
to import any merchandise from
Germany for the next nine months,
and to establish new factories here
whieh will manufacture semi-prec-
ious stones hitherto obtainable
only iii Germany.
Ickes To Study Plan
For Refugee Colony
Was i WNS I S .rotary
of the Interior Harold I.. I kes is
studying the practicability of a
privately financed colony in South-
ern Alaska for refugees from op-
iression in Europe, it was disclos
d here. Ickes, whose department
.s in charge of Alaska, -eoks to
letermine the probable costs of
the project, means of financing it.
possibilities for economic subsis
tence of new settlers and whether
immigration laws would have to
be revised if the project were un-
dertaken.
It is believed that a colony
would aid in developing Alaska's
fishing, agricultural and mineral
resources, and would indirectly aid
national defense plans.
Ickes frequently has criticized
the heads of totalitarian states for
religious and racial persecutions.
lie was described by associates as
"interested" in any "sound scheme"
I aid oppressed minorities.
Illegal Immigrants Parley On Palestine PRAGUE JEWISH
Are Apprehended Resumed By Arabs BAN CONTINUES
Bund Report Reveals
"Membership of 6,617
Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agen
cy)A Greek ship conveying 641
Jewish refugees fleeing from Cen-
tral Kurope and attempting to en-
ter Palestine illegally was appre-
hended near Nathaivia, colony in
the northern part of the Sharon.
The ship was brought into Haifa
Port by the authorities.
The expectation is that, as hap
pened in the case of the 270 ille-
gal immigrants who were seized
a week and a half ago on the Ru-
manian steamship Sandu, the
homeless Jews arrested this week
would also be released but forced
" sail on to some unknown ties
tination.
Over four thousand Jewish im- '
migrants entered Palestine during
the month of March, according to
i released by the Jewish
Agency for Palestine Most of
these newcomers came from Ger-
many and Austria.
Lithuania To Guard
Minorities' Rights
Cairo, Egypt. (WNS)At an
informal meeting which took place
here with the purpose of obtaining
a shartr transition period before
Palestine should become an inde
pendent state, Palestine Arab lead
ers who had returned from the
Lond-jn Conference conferred with
Egyptian Government officials in
the hope still 0f reaching some
compromise between the British
and the Arabs before the British
Government issues its statement
.if policy.
Present at the meeting were Dr
Hussein Khalidi. former Mayor of
Jerusalem; Ahmad Hilmi Pasha
and Yacoub Ghussein, Palestinian
Arab leaders; Egyptian Premier
Mohammed Mahmoud Pasha, and
Amin Osman Pasha, Under-Secre-
tary of Finance, who several
weeks ago flew to Beirut. Syria
to persuade the ex Mufti of Jeru
Salem to compromise.
Sir Miles I.ampson. Britiin Am-
bassador, represented his govern
incut in the discussions here.
Kaunas, (WNS)The Lithuan-
ian Government will respect the
rights of minorities and will not
tolerate persecution because of
race or religion, according to a
statement made here by Premier
Jonas Cernius, head of the new
Government of National Concen-
tration.
Eighteen persons, convicted of
anti Jewish excesses here have
been sentenced to serve time in
labor camps by th Interior Minis-
try.
Athens. Greece. (WNS) It was
reported here that Dr. Joseph
Goebhels, German Minister of
Propaganda, and his party who
now are here "on a two-day unof
ficial visit, will leave this week
for Rhodes. Egypt.
B'NAI B'RITH
OPENS OFFICE
Washington. [WNS)A report
of the investigation of the German-
American Bund movement in this
country, compiled by agents of the
Federal Bureau of Investigation
and submitted last year to the Dies
Committee investigating un Amer-
ican activities, was made public
this week by the Department of
Justice here. It is a weighty, fac-
tual document, accompanied by
fourteen files of exhibits, and rep-
resents the information obtained
by the investigation conducted in
the Fall of 1937.
Although it was difficult to de-
rive the exact membership of the
BundFritz Kuhn. national lead-
er, had told one investigator it had
200.000 members, and another that
it had a membership of 8.299-the
figure gathered from the local
leaders gave a total of 6."17 in the
fortv-five posts then functioning.
Both local and national offi-ers
refused to submit membership rec-
ords to the investigating bureau.
if was disclosed.
., H, i,;,o.nf-th"-"""' '"
"identnlly. it's O.nto '""onr!**"
w... ftia trnt<-h of l"""1 "ear Nv-
. :..* htnofit Kv ^-:*7 Kiihn'
lt'ttlo fr"d. Is sittd close to
Continued on Psi'e Fonr)
SEES ANTI-SEMITISM
GROWING IN NEW YORK
New York. (WNS)In an arti-
cle in "The Nation" entitled "Pos
son in the Melting Pot." George
Britt, who. in collaboration with
Heywood Broun is preparing a
new book on anti-Semitism to be
published this Spring, warns of
increased anti-Semitism in New
York which, he asserts, has "ceas-
ed to be whispered and has become
an open instrument of demagou-
ery, a vast outlet for idle cm i
gies." He cites anti-Semitic in i
dents, including the stabbing of
two Jews a few months ago, the
activities of such organizations as
the Bund and other Fascist group:
saying that "this account of anti-
Semitism in New York City tiday
could not have been written a
year ago."
Offers Excellent
Peace Formula
The opening of local offices of
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith is be-
ing announced. The office is lo-
cated at 510 Congress Building,
Miami, where Bomeone will be
Clad to supply information to in-
quiries regarding all matters. Ter
sorts having communal matters re-
quiring attention are requested ti
communi ate with the office or
call 3-3588.
The regular meeting of Sholem
lodge B'nai B'rith will take place
Tuesday evening at R:00 p. m at
the Elk's lodge rooms. Fast Flag
lev Street and corner of Third
Avenue. Miami- Initiation will
tak plac with Burnett Roth. Sam
Seitlin. David Catsman and feidor
Zuckernick, the degree team, in
charge. Various committee reports
will be heard. Refreshments will
l j served. All members and
friends are urrjad to attend.
^---^
NAZIS WTN SEATS
IN PARLIAMENT
London. (WNS)Declaring that
Prime Minister Chamberlain's new-
foreign policy would "save the
world from the idiocy of another
world war," Major Vermin Bart-
lett, Independent member of Par-
liament had still another idea for
the happiness of mankind: 'We
shall not be able to enjoy our
selves." he said, "until Franco's
widow tells Stalin on his deathbed
that Hitler has been assassinated
at Mussolini's funeral."
Copenhagen, (WNS) Den-
mark's Nazi party won three seats
;n Parliament in a surprise show
of strength in this week's general
'lections while communists added
one to the twj they already had.
Despite sharp gains in the vote
of both Nazis and Communists,
however, changes in party strength
in Parliament were small under
the proportional representation
system. The German Minority in
North Schleswig, a district for-
merly German, but which voted in
a plebiscite to join Denmark after
the World War. won oniy one seat
the same as in the last election.
Prague, (WNS) While the
wholesale arrests of Jews continue
here by the Nazi authorities,
strong measures will be taken for
the mass dismissal of Jewish em-
ployees and executives, in a con-
stant effort to deal primarily
with the Jewish policy of the Nazi
regime.
The Prairue Stock Exchange
soon will adopt a resolution con-
cerning its Aryanizati in." Jews
have been eliminated from the
ommittee of the various organi-
zations of the sugar industry in
'adapting themselves to changed
conditions," and the Prague Cham-
ber of Engineers has asked its
"non-Aryan" members voluntarily
to "liquidate enterprises imme-
liately" and to appoint "Aryan"
ubstitutes to complete unfinished
business. Dr. Eckstein, general
secretary of the Stock Exchange,
and two Jewish directors of the
famous Rudolf Masse publishing
firm have been displaced and in
the large book and newspaper pub-
lishing concerns in Prague, Ostrau
and Kittle there have been mass
dismissals of Jewish employees.
Scholarship payments have been
suspended to Slovak, Carpatho-
Ukraine and Jewish students by
the Prague branch of the. College
Student Association. AH Jewish
sports unions, including the Hag-
ihor and Maccabi associations,
members of which held interna-
tional records in swimming and
other sports, were also suspended
by the Nazi authorities.
Although the Nuremberg anti-
Semitic laws have not yet been in-
troduced in the protectorate of
Bohemia-Moravia- conditions are
becoming daily more difficult for
Jews who are virtually prisoners
I since no permits to leave the
country will be issued to Jews.
Most of those arrested since the
Nazi invasion have been released.
Mass arrests continue, however,
the victims usually being released
,-fter a few days. Mine. Marie
Schmolka, head of all refugee
',-, in Prague, who was arrested,
l.t.-imI. and again arrested i*
still being held. Ernst Frischer,
"nodneer, and head of the former
Towish Partv is still reported im-
i-onod, although Dr. P. Maerz,
b-ad of the Zionist Organization,
has been released.
Meanwhile reports from Slova-
kia Indicate violent anti-Semitic
. \. sses at the hands of the Fas-
H I anti-Semitic Hlinka Guards.
Tovi di residents of the town of
Nitra are reported to have been
narked into lorries, taken to the
co-'itryside where they were bru-
tally beaten and left in helpless
condition in the open fields.
Kaunas. (WNS)Confiscation
; of all Jewish property, valued at
| an estimated $17,000,000, has been
j ordered by the Nazi authorities 0f
Memel. It was also stated that
I no debts are to be paid to the
several hundred Jews remaining
in the Lithuanian territory which
recently fell under German control.



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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Headquarters for SID H. PALMER, outstanding candidate for City Commissioner, have been opened today at 441-443 Seybold Building. An elaborate suite of rooms housing the headquarters, together with beautiful furnish ings and office equipment, have been presented to Mr. Palmer by his many friends, followers, and well-wishers. Janus Walmy, one of Miami's most outstanding figures, has been selected as chairman 1 of the People's Committee. Mr. Walmy will spend his entire time at the headquarters, greeting his old friends and making new ones. He has been a resident of Miami for the past forty years, and is known to olcl and young. He is an outstanding man, with many civic and fraternal affiliations, and is respected and loved by all. When interviewed, Mr. Walmy said: ''I have carefully considered the list of candidates for City Commission. I have carefully weighed the qualifications and merits of every man desiring to fill the important position of Commissioner. Then, before deciding what steps to take, I have carefully weighed the social, fraternal, and civic accomplishments of all candidates and I am glad and proud to say that SID HPALMER IS THE MAN IN WHOM I PLACE MY TRUST. His courage, ability, and youth impressed me very much, and I know that when elected, SID H. PALMER will make us a real conscientious, and capable Commissioner. Therefore. I am glad to recommend SID H. PALMER to all my friends. I, personally, have never held a public office or been connected politicallyMy only interest is to help select a man who would be acceptable and suitable to all Miamians, regardless of creed or affiliations. "SID H. PALMER IS THE MAN:" Among others serving on the People's Committee of SID H. PALMER, are: F. E. Mank, real estate broker; Arthur Keene, publisher; Robert Wetmore, businessman; Dr. Samuel Beckman; Norton Ganger, Puro Filter Corp.; H. H. Farr. Fair Tours; Victor Levine, attorney; Nat Roth, businessman; Web ster Wallace, attorney; Philip Warner, adj. collections; Philip Somberg, merchant; Milton Friedman, attorney: Frank S. Griffen, businessman; E. Albert Pallot, attorney; Herman Wronker, businessman; Dr. Harold Rand; Henry Bulbil*, merchant; EE. Hopkins, *iu8inessman; Harry Siegel, attorney; Samuel J. Rand, attorney; Harry Schwartz, merchant; Isadore Fine, insurance; Walter Leroy Smith, retired; Maxmillian Bergman, businessman; and many other civic leaders. If elected, SID HPALMER, will work and fight for more playgrounds in every part of the city; more industry, (reducing unemployment;) immediate amicable settlement of differences with the Florida Power and Light; immeTHE JEWISH PALESTINE Upper row, left: Model of the Plain of Esdraelon as it appears todaypart of the dioramic exhibit "The Holy Land of Yesterday and Tomorrow." Uppeer row, right: Architect's sketch of the Hall of Culture and Education. Second row, left: Palestinian artist putting the finishing touches on a huge map of the Holy Land. Second row, center: Architect's sketch of the Jewish Palestine Pavilion as it will appear when completed. Second row, right: Palestinian sculptor hammering on one of the huge bas relief statues that will form part of the fadiate purchase of the water sys tern; immediate pay increase for police officers; setting up working hours for policemen; a city manager in name and in fact; Commission meetings open to the public; more economy in city givernment; a unified 5c bus system; and a balanced budget. SID H. PALMER, who is known to everyone in Miami, is a likeable clean, contentious, man. If elected h~ will serve the people WELI and FAITHFULLY. VOTE FOR SI I) H. PALMER MAY 2. • • Sincere Greetings for a Happy Pasfwver HIRSCH-FAUTH, INC. EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE Interior Decorators and Importers Hiscayne Blvd. at Fourteenth Ter. Phone :J-4669 Miami PAVILION IN THE MAKING cade of the Jewish Palestine Pavilion. Third row. left: Steel structure of the Jewish Palestine Pavilion in the Woild's Fair grounds. Third row, right: Lee Simonson, consultant designer working on a scale model of Jerusalem, which will form part "t the animated dioramic exhibit. Bottom row. left: Model of a typical Jewish colo^ 1:1 Palestine being completed at the Levant Fair Studio, at Tel Aviv, where the exhibits for this Pavilion were built Bottom row, right: Hall of Town Planning, as ikefc hed b* the architects and designers of the Jewish Palest.ne Pa !" ion at the New York Woild's Fair. F To My Many Jewish Friends I Extend Best Wishes for A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER (JEO. E. McCASKILL For City Commissioner SINCERE WISHES TO OIR JEWISH FKI1 S DS FOR A HAPPY PA8SOVER CONKLE AND COMPANY BAR FIXTURE HEADQUARTERS 511 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3 5746



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%  mi FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1939 1 —_THE JEWISH PLQRIDIAW PAGE FIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi— -197 Southwest 18th Road iffice PhOM 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 + rKI.'MANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR Daily services at 7:00 am., and 5:30 p. m. Sabbath Services — Saturday ing at 8:30. .*• Congregation Services— Saturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—3:15 to 6:1" p. m. Si Mlay School—Sunday at 10:00 o'cl( i k. Bar Mitzvah Group—Sunday at 9:00 o'clock. I \SSOVER CELEBRATION final days of the Passover it ion will be ushered in Sun• ning at sunset. Rabbi Max ro will conduct the services %  antor Louis Haynian will the traditional prayers. y morning at 9:80 Rabbi ro will preach in Yiddish on addition of the name of Mrs. Al Reisman to th staff of sponsors for this grou, As previously told will inaugural a a musical project for thi group As previously told in these columns. Mrs. Bee Stepkin, sponsor-n-chief. i s giving practical lectu-es and instructions in art to this division every Saturday night. DRAMATIC CLUB This division is now rehearsing "Rimer the Great" This show will be ready for production in the near future. Watch these columns for further details. the subject: "Israel's Song „f Hope." Yiscor or memorial serrices will take place Tuesday morning at 10:00. Preceding these services the Rabbi will speak on the subject: "The Great Adventure." RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION The Junior Congregation will meet at special services Saturday morning "Choi Ha Moed Pesach." We request parents to attend with their children. It is absolutely improtant that I parents register their children at the beginning of the new term for the Hebrew School which will be n Wedsosday, April 12th. Remember: II is essential that your children learn the fundamentals of rewish faith in Cod, Israel and the Torah. BOY SCOUTS—GIRL SCOUTS Visit the Y. on Thursday nights and see what wonderful work these groups are doing Under Mannie Tietler's leadership the Boy Scout Troop can be seen executing drill maneuvers as though they were seasoned soldiers. Likewise, the Girl Scouts, under the leadership of Eleanor Marcus, are doing many diversified projects. Y. ORCHESTRA Under Sid Stepkin's leadership, this newly formed division is making rapid strides and progress Though hut few rehearsals were held this group plays like a "veteran outfit." More power to youSid. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) REFUGEES Last Sunday evening a new or ganization joined our ranks. The SOCIETY WILL VISIT IN CHICAGO Mrs. Benjamin LeVine, president Miami Section National Coun cil of Jewish Women will leave for Chicago where she will visit relatives and friends. She will attend the Souther,, Conference G f the National Council of Jewish Women m Nashville. Tenn., April 23rd 25th. as a delegate of the Miami Section, prior to her visit in Chi| cago. • • TO SPONSOSR CARD PARTY The Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega tion will hold a card party Sunday evening. April 10th, iiy the dining room of the Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Gus Ginsberg and Mrs. George Chertkof chairmen, will be in charge of arrange ments. Various card games will be played and refreshments served. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the Auxiliary. MY MOTHERBESSIE CHOCHEM IN MEMORIAM Sleep in peace under a Canadian sky, Y-DUr beautiful soul will never die| A MOTHERS PRAYER Your mother is your best friend Until the very, very end. When you laugh, your mother laughs with you When you cry, your mother cries too. EDUCATOR TO ADDRESS HEBREW CLUB Mr. S. Wei.ssman, head of the Jewish and Hebrew school systems in Montreal, Canada, will be the guest speaker at the Tarhut Hebrew group Sunday afternoon. April 19th at 3:00 p. m.. at the home of H. Koretsky. 1557 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. He will lecture in Hebrew on "The Edu cator in a Time of Confusion. Good Tom Tov, friends of the ^ M. H. A.; Hope your Sedarim pleasant and the Knadelach. • <>ver is a holiday of freedom o naturally, our thoughts to liberty and freedom. Not freedom from oppression for Ives but also for our chilFreedom of a Jewish com%  munity center where all of us may nate in wholesome activities; us better Americans and J< ws. /ewish refugees who migrated here, held a meeting at the Y., at the invitation of our executive director. This is a fine group of intelligent young men and women, many of whom speak English fluing our Board room for a library.! e ntly. May we ask you to come All persons who desire to donate i to the Y. on Sunday evenings and socialize with these folks and make them feel at home. Surely ... *. ... u < Nil. V.1 V .Mil U.--IUII. ewish arc e comprising German I Rabbi Colman A Zwitnlan win any books or magazines, please communicate with the executive director. Your co operation will In' greatly appreciated. Hoard of Directors, ever "f its duty to the commuhave contracted to build a fence around our athletic and install proper lighting thereon. Contracts wore iven for the painting of the "f Director's room, which serve as the new library. • rmore, bookcases are now -tailed in our library, also Phy case to "house" the many hies our respective athletic have won. As you read this, %  nio.f nf tne wor k 0n tne a i, 0 ve will have been completed. P just one more of the I reasona why you should join Come around and be conI Through the efforts of our exe cutive director. Maurice Grossman, a business men's class in calisthenics and setting up exercise will he organized at the Y. after May 1st Through the courtesy of the WPA. a trained instructor has teen secured to lead this class. Watcll these COlums for further de tails. these people have undrgone a great deal of untold suffering and the least we can do for them is to extend to them our hospitality and friendship. IN MEMORIAM MINSTREL SHOW Our minstrel committee headed by Al Reisman, Lou Safan and Sam Schulwolfe, will announce fi nal details ir: the next issue of this paper. Watch for important announcements. Y. W. H. A fOLLEY-BALL — HORSESHOE PITCHING few -more days the above 1 facilities will be in full We plan to organize tour] "ts among the various "Y" See the executive direc*"• f"r further details. The next meeting of the Women's Division will be held Tuesday evening April 11th Mrs Marion Shindell announces that a irery interesting program will fol 'ow a short business session. JUNIOR DIVISION This division will hold its semi annual election of officers on Moll evening. April 17th day Much the LIBRARY rivalry is being shown among mdidates for the respective offices. Here is wishing good luck o the winner. As above stated, we are prepar-, SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION We are pleased to announce the We regret to announce the passing into the world beyond, of Mr. Jacob Safanowitz, beloved father of our board member, Louis Safan. We extend our sympathy and offer our condolence to Lou and the members of his familyMay the soul of his father rest in peacepreside All visitors and residents who are interested in the Hebrew language are cordially invited to attend. WANTED RAMBI.INGS Ren Serkin and Doc Beckman members of our board of directors, and Lou Pallot. member of our Board of Governors, are among us again, after absenting themselves for a while on accoun't of illneess Glad to see you gentlemen, and hope you will stay and keep well. Information is wanted of the whereab-.ts of JEROME KLOSENBER„ who has failed to contribute to the support of his wife. Edith, living in New York City, since November, 1937. as a result of which his wife is now in destitute circumstances. Mr. Klosenberg, who is said t 0 be in Florida, is 28 years of age. 5 feet eleven inches tall, weighs 170 pounds, has black hair, bla k eyes, a mustache. Anyone aware of his location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 07 West 47th Street, New York City. When you are down and you are blue. When everyone has turned against you. Remember someone is always with you; It is your mother—your dear little mother. When you are sick she sits at your bed. With her tender hand she strokes your head. With tears in her eyes she weeps With a prayer on her motherly lips. God. my Lord, Oh! Heavenly Father, Listen to the prayer of a poor mother; If it is your wish my child should die. Take me rather than my child away. Remember when your m o t h cr grows old, Let her not suffer loneliness, heat or cold. When your mother is no longer here She is far away in heaven somewhereYour mother is praying only for youYou, my child, must pray for her too, Sister and brother if you forget your mother You will be forsaken by the Heavenly Father. —By Martin Chochemsee Ix>uie Safer and Pete Silverman at our board meetings. Other old timers, please follow the example of these two brothers. Harry Schwartz, your columnist will start a new project soon for which preparation is now being made, Watch for further details. BOWLING KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN Now Obtainable Everywhere in Florida GREETINGS JOHN A. MOORE and Biscayne Engineering Co. 47 N. W. First Street Jack Apte, manager of the bowling team is reporting splendid progress. This group meets every Monday and Thursday nights the Miami Recreation Parlors. at GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION w*. r n ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM r II. 5-lol2 515 WASHINGTON AVENUE 563 COLLINS AVENUE i



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TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN I BETING •OSTPONED The regular meeting of the Mimi Chapter of Senior Hadassah which was to have been held April 10th has been postponed due to the Passover holidays and will be held April 24th in conjunction With the donor's luncheon at the Victor Hotel. The meeting will take place at 1130 followed by the luncheon at 1.00 p. m• TO HOLD (AUD PARTY Mrs Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Harry Sootln will be hostesses at the Beth David Sisterhood card party to be held Sunday evening, April 16th at the Clay Hotel, 1438 Wash ington Avenue, Miami Beach Tickets may be secured fro many member of the SisterhoodRefreshments will be served and all kinds of card games will be played. All members and friends f,e invited to be present. • • BENEFIT CARD TARTY HELD The Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami closed their successful season with a benefit card party Wednesday evening, April 6th in the beautiful dining room at the Nash Hotel. In charge of arrangements was Mrs. Lena Volk, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president, Mrs. I, Marcus Mrs. I. Shapoff, Mrs. P. Shuhow and Mrs. R. Dackowitz. Pesach goodies were servedProceeds of the affair are being used to aid the refugee girls in PalestineAt a recent meeting of this organization held at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, at which time Judith Shimcanoth, delegate from Palestine, spoke and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman was the guest speaker, resolutions to send telegrams to Prime Minister Chamberlain were unanimously adopted. %  + THIS COUPON I Entitles Bearer to Have | Their Baggage Moved At a Large Saving i I Trunks 75c Each Bags 15c Each PHONE 5-4972 FRIDAY, APRIL 7 1939 RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor HONOR STUDENT SPEAKS AT MEETING Ernest J. London, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benj. H. Ixmdon of Miami Beach, honor and senior student at the Ida M Fisher High School of Miami Beach, was given the honor of addressing the Dade County Classroom Teacher's Association's third annual fellowship meting held Thursday at the Miami Edison High School. His subject was. ''What the Student requires from the Teacher." Over fifteen hundred people attended. Ernest will be graduated from Senior High School in June and will attend Harvard University next fall. • • SUCCUMBS TO ILLNESS Jacob Safanowitz, 67. of 1652 N. W. First Street, succumbed to a short illness Wednesday, April 5th at a Miami hospitalMr. Safanowitz came to Miami six years ago from New Haven, Conn and was a member of the Orthodox Congregation of United Israel Society of that city, and member of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation of Miami, He is survived by the widow. Mrs. Jennie Safanowitz. two sons, Louis of Miami and Abe of New York; four daughters, Mrs. Louis Pallot. Mrs. Joe Perlman and Mrs. Sam Solloway, all of Miami, and Mrs. > MKantor of New YorkServices were in charge of the Miami Jewish Funeral Home, and interment took place in the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Cemetery Wednesday afternoon with Rabbi AA. Kellner officiating. • • • COUNCIL FORUM WILL MEET The Council Forum under the auspices of the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women will, inaugurate a Beriea of home meetings Friday at 2:00 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Morris Alpert, 1400 Lenox Avenue. Miami Beach. Guest speaker of the afternoon will lie Mrs. John Rissman of ChicaRo, whose subject will be "The International Scene." "Arranging Speech Material" will be the subject for the public speak ing lesson with Mrs Alfred Cohen giving the model speech on "The Significance and Appeal of Ort" for class commentMrs. I. MWeinstein will continue the studycourse with this week's topic "Anti-Semitism and its Answer in America." The public is cordially invited to attend and participate in the forum discussion T PASSOVER GREETINGS CORONA HOTEL 126 X. E. 12th Street PHONE 2-6959 ACE BAGGAGE EXPRESS 124 Meridian Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. 41 THE FENCE MAN Builds FENCES TENNIS COURTS Ornamental Entrances Also Distributors for Lingo Steel Flag Poles Sfva^fjed and Tapered M. E. WILSON PHONE 7 2237 P. O. Box 3573 .MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER RENUART LUMBER YARDS, INC. "EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING" CORAL GABLES—MIAMI SHORES—COCONUT GROVE j TO HOLD MEETING The first meeting of the Miami Chapter of th" Women' Division of the American Jewish Congress will be held Wednesday. April 13th at 200 p. m., at the home of Mrs. S. H Greenspan. 420 West •Rivo Alto Isle. Miami Beach An interesting program including a review of Pierre Van Passen's outstanding book. 'Days of Our Years" and a fine musical program will be presented. Congress work will bo outlined by various chairmen. Friends and members are cordially invited to attendRefreshments will be served. SPINOZA C.ROIP OBSERVES SEDER Over a hundred men and women gathered last Monday and Tuesday to attend the traditional Seder nights. Dr. Wolfson, the chairman of the Spinoza Group conducted the Seder ami was assisted by the popular and humorous poet, Mr. Herman Eager The entire audience joined in the singing of Dayenu, Adir and Chad Gadyo. Dr. Wolfson spoke of the significance of the Passover and of the great influence the story of the Exodus had all through the ages on all fighters for human liberty and freedom. "Moses was and still is the greatest figure in all history," the speaker concluded, "the law of Moses forms an integral part of modefn civilization" Next Saturday afternoon the Spinoza Group will meet as usual on the lawn, at 1059 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. After a musical program, which will last from 2:30 t 0 3:30 Dr. Wolfson will speak on the Story of the Exodus and its bearing upon present day conditions. Mr. Herman Eager will again read some of his humorous poems. All are welcome. BETH JACOB ELECTS OFFICERS At the regular meeting held Wednesday evening the Beth Jacob Congregation re-elected the following officers for the coming year: M. BFrank, president; Leo Robinson. first vice-president; Harry Wasserman. second vicepresident; David Goldstein, treasurer; and A. Louis Meehlowitz. secretary. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Maurice Mamches and Mr Max Feit. sexton, were reelected Mr. Frank will announce his appointments to the board of trustees shortly, SPECIAL MEETING TO BE HELD The Workmen's Circle, Branch No. 692, will hold a special meeting Thursday evening, April 13th. at 8:00 p. m.. at. the Beth David auditorium. Delegates to the 39th convention to be held in Baltimore^ Md.. April 30th to May ."th will be e'ected. Sunday nieht. April If.th, at the Y. M. H. A. elubrooms. Mr. Blustone. teacher of the Atlanta school maintained by the Work men's Circle, will lecture in Miami on the work of the schools in the South, and will request the support of the Miami Branch. Jewish songs and declamations will follow. The public is invited to attend. NATIONAL COL NCI I. TO CONVENE April 23rd through A ->5th a conference will be held \ ; ,.p ville, Tenr.\, by the repn tativej of 10 council sections of \ ,ional Council of Jewish w ..,,,. r This group, represent %  "^mii. em states, and know: tne Southern Interstate 1 will meet in Nashville. M r Harry Rubin, of Charles1 i president of the Isterstat encc. presiding The conference progra chide discussions of col .I-wish affairs; social 1 service to foreign born; -iin< or.' leadership development, inter. national relations and pe; : ami discussions of the problem f th* sections themselves, and their activities. Outstanding • onalities who will attend the luV ence are Mrs. Marion M. eciitive director of the N itiontl Council of Jewish Worn Mn, Oscar SMarx, third vice pi isident of the National Council of Women and member of I board of directors. The Southern Interstati ence will bring together from Tennessee. Alabama GeorgiaFlorida. Arkansas. 1 and South Carolina. Mrs. Benj. LeVine, pi the Miami Section and Mi Selmaj Basker. chairman of Sel Foreign Bornwill repre Miami Section at the COI GREETINGS SUN HOY RESTAURANT MIKE GILROY 217 Fifth Sir. pt MIAMI BEACH !*" J. N. COVELL and Associates of the TRUSCON STEEL CO. (il4 Fla. National Hank Bldg Phone 2-3926 Extend to all Sincere Wishes for a Happy Passover HOLIDAY GREETINGS from MR. and MRS. EMIL S. GOULD and the EUCLID HOTEL :!20 Euclid Avenue MIAMI BEACH r j Best Wishes for j A HAPPY PASSOVER | BEN J. KINCAID Life Insurance and Annuities 7 First National Bank Bldg. | i i 10 PHONE 2-0721 OPEN TO VISITOR.1 9:00 A. M. TO 6:00 P. M. 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^rnaV. APRIL 7, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wJewisti Flcirndliam PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2073 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue FRED K. SHOCHF.T, Circulation Manager :%  as second class matter July 4, 19S0, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION him. The use of the lie with malicious intent, it becomes clear, should be punishable, especially when it is known that huge sums, literally tens of millions of dollars, are being spent for propaganda, for the creation of an atmosphere that will open the way for makinglarge elements of the population—Jews, Catholics, a.iti-Fascists generally—easy victims to public slander. Without the use of lies Nazis must fail! Let legislation be directed against the obvious use of lies, and Truth will make us free. —The Jewish Forum. HADASSAH THE HEALING OF THE DAUGHTER OF MY PEOPLE Y. I. H. I MOTES Abe Berkowitz Ill Marty Millstein 117 Sam Ten'drieh 109 Ralph Grossman 107 Jack Apte i r Pete Silverman 1I,H Herman Waitaman Nat Blumberg Il(l Abe Silver *'•' 1163 1163 955 968 1121 1084 361 390 175 To Mr. and Mrs Jack Apte, orchids on their fifteenth wedding anniversary. By Frieda Lutsky 01 I i 52.00 $1.00 FRIDAY, APRIL 7 1939 VOLUME 12 —NUMBER 14 PENALIZING NAZIS FOR LIES PROTECTING A DEMOCRACY There has been considerable talk of stopping Nazi propada from spreading racial hatred and destroying the demoic spirit of this country. The suggestions generally made ot seem to indicate an attitude such as was taken b v Prof. Felix Frankfurter during the hearing before the Senate Com, ttee that recommended ratification of the President's appointment to the Supreme Court; viz, that even though we may the viewpoint of our opponents, in this country we must permit them the opportunity to express it. Nor do the defenders ol civil liberties seem to strike a vulnerable spot in the Naz. Tn explaining her interference with the conduct of the Bund meeting in MadiL Square Garden on February;•*"* Thompson said, "I laughed because I wanted to demonst ate how perfectly absurd all this defense of • free speech ,. inoon %  action with movements and organizations like this one. Free fD eech is an instrument of democratic government J public meeting the audience has rights as weU as the speaker I established by that laugh the fact that in the C y of New York I may not exercise my constitutional right to laugh ridiculous statements in a public hall." tmaaA ,. t0 the Miss Thompson demonstrated that -free speech to the Nazis means freedom to say and do what the,>*•ta*N America, but silence for everyone else-and un.formd author V V£ti danger of the advancing march ol: l££ and the spread of Haguism in this country^££ ** %  .ore vigilant in not denying "*£^*ESJ the ties which we would retain for ourselves, since w principle of equal treatment in at !" d £ acy. Bills -.nj latures, therefore, which aim to curtail the :g and free speech, are two edged swords The law^P^ permits interference with such right only when II dent that the abuse of ^V^Z^S** t0 CS gers the existing order. This is not an easy co tablish. „„ Q v,iich the use of lies It is not too difficult, however to stablsh the ^ by Nazis with malicious inter, on their J art /to spread and others of their rights as *-* "^"'democracy •he feeling of violence against them S nee ^ rf cannot continue on a basis of untruth the rf truth must be regarded as fudamenta tot* W the a democracy-it is logically within *^^££ dem oc use of lies with malicious intent in order thus to P racy from totteringuroven untruth that If, for instance, Nans ^^TjTta business, or the the Talmud permits Jews to cheat non-Jew^ ^ ^ ^ Qf legally established forgery of the r Benjamin Zion," or the hoax? !" *J $ !" ^n, that Frankhn Franklin's ranking biographer, Carl van go warned the ocuntry against the danger^ ews ( !" _J^ much proof that Franklin was %  J**' !" ^ que8 tion"), says Van Doren, "that if. ndiculou to dicusstn & H becomes legally evident that J**^ ^3 status as intent to deprive every Jew JJ^J^SS, against an American citizen and to incite to physical The face of the earth is tear Stained. But where is the conscience of the world? A world— that has gone cold—and calloused. A world—that seems insensible to human suffering, and abysmal despair A world that stands by, and watches dispassionately—outrages of the blackest kinds of ter rorism and sees the defilement. ind the desecration, of all that is de ent. humane and Godly. The Evian Conference on Refugees was a one flrt play inspired i v genuine compassion. Unfortu nately—the performance presented by the actors the Nations of the world, lacked sincerity Too many crocodile tears were shed— and only superficial feelings e* hibited. There was no depth—and there was no direction. The actOM failed to measure up to their parts -and lost their one opportunity for greatness! And so—where shall the refugees go? To Tanganyika, Kenya. Rhodesia, British Guiana—as possible points of resettlement? Tis true, the pressure for immigration from central and eastern Europe is very great today, so that we welcome any and every offer of a haven of refuge, no matter whare And the magnitude of the catastrophe of a people uprooted—of a people driven—becomes wildly alarming. Where shall the refugees go—with the frontiers of the world closed? Vague schemes are being devisd mars arc being stud'-d. Tepid offers are being made for mere handfuls of people, while hundreds of thousands of people are being driven from pillar to post—and dumped—on the highways of the world. The problem of refugee settlement is as yet unsolvedPlaces suggested will take years upon years of effort—and experimentation, and expenditures of billions before the lar.'d will be fit for hab Itation. climatically, and geographically, the land is not feas ihle for immediate colonizationIt is infested with insects, malaria, anemia, dysentery and other miserable conditions. Each of these countries is industrially backward, and offers HO immediate source of economic independence to immigrants. Only a developed country—can rapidly absorb large numbers of refugees. Palestine—on its physical merit alone, apart from its spiritual and cultural consideration—is the best suited land for immediate large scale immigration. In all other countries, the Jew will be a refugee—but not in Palestine, there he will be in his homeland—with something to live for—and something to die for—if necessary. There are arguments advanced to divert the interest of Jewish masses from Eretz IsraelPerhaps for imperial reasons of their own the Mandatory Government wishes to dissociate the refugee problem from that of Palestine. Perhaps there are many who do not understand that refugee relief nrojects should not be ranked with the creat'on of a permanent home for refugees. That relief projects Y" TO ERECT PERMANENT STAGE Mr. Maurice Grossman, we wish to thank you for bringing Mr. Sam Schulwolfe to the Y. Not content with being made em-cee of the Y. M. HAminstrel show Mr Schulwolfe. unheralded and unsung, came before the Y. MH. A. Board meeting last Wednesday and offered the splendid suggestion that the previous appropriation of $800 which had been made to conduct the minstrel, with an additional $50, will enable us to build a fine stage in the Y auditorium. Something permanent that the whole community may well be proud on. did not cause a moment's hesitance as the Board approved it unanimously. A com mittee of three headed by Herman Waitsman, and aides Sam Schulwolfe and Maurice Grossman were appointed t 0 make all arrangements for the building of this stage. •Y" WHITES DEFEAT FLEXLUME BOWLERS To Our .Many Friends and Patrons A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MR. and MRS. J. D. SIMONS MIAMI PANTS STORE 208 X. Miami Avenue T' ML CHAS. BECKWITT \ OPTOMETRIST Over M Vtnn \n Miami i A rgi*i pei ,odic examination is essential to the proper care ot the eyes. In the long run, it is the most economical way. and promotes aood health and efficiency. If it has been some time | since your last examination, may 5 we sugnest you make an apI pointment. | LOCATED AT 30 I. 1ST AVI.,! PHONE 1-1308 The "Y" Whites won two out of three matches from the Flexlume duckpin team to go into a tie for first place in the Commercial Lea gue. Our Y. M H. A. Blues lost two of three games, but tied for third place. The individual high games and total pins scored of the "Y" boys are. Name High Game Total Hal Levinson ... '20 MR Harry SehwarU 1 1200 Sam Seitlln 120 low. Al Berkowitz 1 20 11R5 PASSOVER GREETINGS When Ready to Enjoy the Finest | Fishing in the World Go to I are but temporary ways of handling a situation, still leaving the major problem unsolved. Palestine alone—offers an immediate and permanent solution for the problem facing exiled Jewry I JERRY'S FISHING TACKLE SHOP At CbMlty Causeway Miami. Florida Open Day and Night Boats and Tackle for Kent | -We Bait 'em—you catch 'em' I PHONE 2-9322 | 1307 N. Bayshore Place TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS* WE EXTEND A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER The Brook Club V,


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PAGE FOUR MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 154o S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 PASSOVER SERVICES | be completed at the meeting to bt The closing days of Passover held next Tuesday night, April will be marked with appropriate J 13th. All members are urged to services commencing with sundown be present. on Sunday evening, April 9th. On Monday morning, Shvi Shel Pesach services will begin at 9:00 a. m, and Rabbi Kellher will preach in English at 10:30 a. m., on the subject: "A Symphony in Sorrow." Momlay afternoonMincha services at 6:00 p. m., and Rabbi Kellner will pre.ch in Yiddish between Mincha and Maariv. On Tuesday morning, services will begin at 9:00 a. m., and the Rabbi will before the memorial services, preach on the subject of •'While there is Life, there is Hope." LADIES AUXILIARY Our Ladies Auxiliary is arranging an evening of games in the beautiful dining room of the Tides Hotel, Miami Beach, on Sunday night, April 10th. Final plans will A REFUO SHLEMO We extend our very best wihe THE JEWI8E FLORIDIAN If it ever is produced even the B'nai B'rith Anti Defamation League will enthusiastically sanction it. Why is it that the Youth Division of the American Jewish Congress and the National Coun Oil of Jewish Youth Organiations can't get along? %  There seems to be a subterranean fight to the •finish between the two groups Warning to our generous reader*: Don't give donations to any refu gee funds that cannot show the O K of responsible Jewish leaders or organizations. It's disgraceful but true that some racketeering has sprung up in this line. • ABOUT PEOPLE The most perfect presentation FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1939 for a speedy and complete recov-j of the Jewis h maternal type we ve ery to MrJShonfeld, who is convalescing from a serious illnessMAZEL TOV We are happy to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Rosengarten on the birth of their grandson and express the hope that the parents and grand parents will live to see ever seen 0 n Broadway is that given by Aryan Judith Anderson in the current hit "Family Portrait.'' in which she plays the part of Mary, mother of Jesus. Thelma Spear, wife of author LudWlg Lewisohn. scored a triumph In her song recital at New York's Mac him grow up into a happy Jewish! Dowe n club i ast weekTholma deserves a whole bouquet of orchids, by the way. for giving more manhood. SIGNS OF HOPE We report with delight the splendid attendance at the divine services during the current holiday. It is particularly gratifying to note that our children have heeded our request and by their presence that we are not wrong in hoping for the healthy growth of Jewish living in Miami. of the 191424 vintages will feel their vears when they learn that Immanoel Kant Neumark, son or the late Dr. David Neumark, is the father of onv Lucy Neumark, gently arrived. Lucy's ma^ ternal grandfather is the late Eli* Schmerler. patron of Hebrew literature and a Hebrew scholar h,mself .... Sir Ronald Stors. who was military governor of Jerua,,,„ (1 uring the 192.' Palatine riots is now here, and amazing the Four Hundred with his scintillating conversation. His listeners say he's the best conversationalist to have emerged since the days of Oscar Wilde. • Pierre van Passe n's next book will be about France. Not a novel, but a sort ,f interpretative study of French life in all its Phases Maurice Samuel has finished writing a big „ 0V el Michael To.ld. producer „f the "Hot Mikado." is going to give Billy Rose a dose race in the Bamum and Bailey type of entertainment before long. Todd self-educated Jewish boy. Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page One) the Rockland County Insane Asylum. A new maternity hospital has been established in Paris, for the care 0 f German Aryan women married to German non-Aryans. .. This because such women, attempting to escape the penalties for violating the Nazi racial laws, have been afraid to let Nazi doctors attend them, with the result that the maternal death rate among them grew terrifyingly high. •' WE'RE TELLING YOU Dr. Chaim Weizmann is definitely coming' to America for the official opening ceremonies of the Jewish Palestine Pavilion at the New York World's Fair. • He may bring along a prominent British anti-appeasement statesman. There is a good possibility that one of the best-known names in American Jewry will soon appear on the masthead of one of the big New York dailies in the capacity of the paper's new publishers. Believe it or not. the Zionist Organization of America will have fifty thousand members by the time its next annual convention rolls around • In other words, its membership will show an increase of nearly 100 per cent. • If the Habimah Theatre of Palestine comes to the U. S. next Fall it will be due to the undaunted faith and energy 1 of Louis Nier. who also had a great deal to (1„ with bringing "The Eternal Road" to the stage some seasons ago. • Louis Lipsky has conceived a new directorial interpretation of "The Merchant of Venice" • than half her program to Bongs by refugee composer Edvard Moi* itz. whose musical sellings for verses by American poets are interesting is well as melodious Hebrew I'ni.m College graduates Mischa Auer, the movie comedian is a grandson of Leopold A Ue j' the famous violin teacher, budoesn't know the first thing aboufiddling. %  However— aim he'j not kidding—he's sure h.(0u u do a fine job playing Han,let. Recent departures for Eur ipe include 14-year-old pianist Ruth Slcn^zynski and Broadwa\ pi a ... wright Elmer Rice. V .shineton insiders insist that j, possibility of Jerome I ing his post as SEC Cor or before long. Because of his activity in the fight aga • • the Chicago milk trust Fran-, inow called a "trust-brainet" &f GREETINGS Brady Roofing Tile Mfg. Co. 3260 X. W. 24th A Due to our inadvertance, the Jewish Funeral Service of Miami Beach advertisement which BP peared in our last week's issue. concerning the statement that Mr. Max Feit is the director of the Jewish funerals is incorrect. Mr. Feit conducts the Jewish rituals. We Extend Best Wishes to Our Jewish Friends and Patrons for A HAPPY PASSOVKR SRAEEL and JABALY, Inc. {MX) Lincoln Road Miami B^ach PASSOVER GREETINGS — FROM — EDWARD'S SERVICE STATION 1380 Southwest Eighth Street PHONE 8-1661 WHERE YOUR PATRONAGE IS APPRECIATED SPRING MEivilntf CLOSES APRIL 10th I MIAMIS FRIENDLY RACECOURSE SAVE with SAFETY Ploee Tour Savings Where They Wffi Receive Federal Protection and Federal Supervision GREETINGS D. E. LINARDY FLOORING CO. Specializing In ALL GRADES OF HARDWOOD FLOORING Furnished. Lid. Sanded and Finished Also Parauet. 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