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Ml7i2 NO. 17.
MIAMI FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1939
PRICE FIVP. CENTS
t rack of the week, end
|!ttl w : Paris manager of a
jl-all ,- f i r m: "Rumored '
fhanilH am 'i'l take weekend in'
lountn hile Hitler will take
. i)f the Broadwayite
o sing about "Dan
ara in my eyes" .
we've heard in a lone
Badolf Hitler is very
to mal de mer We
Miami Joins National
Observance of Hadassah
.,,. -h him a lone and
ormy ean voyage. It's be.
[ recently discovered
Irmai Hum deposits, import
It foi Bible flying, extend into
htch tory that the Hollan-
|:. winning to get wor
fcd. ,| it's because the
lemh a d British air forces will
treed those of Germany and
y.-, end of the year that
i axi- nowers are wielding the
so diligently right now- .
|!: ieher's net profit from
vitriolii anti-Jewish sheet Der
*.!0,000 weekly. ...
M lini is beginning to
hder whether anti-Semitism
Plly vs. Since embarking
his Hith'raping campaign
tinst Jews he has received thou-
of protests from members
iwn Fascist Party. .
'ip to K.okshop owners: A New
it I -tore has a most strife-
d showing in a row,
lein K niipf." "The Strange
ith i f Adolf Hitler" and "Sa-
il' eedom" If you mis
verend Dr. Charles E.
cle in last week's
their. titled "What Would
Isus i Vbout Air.i-Semitsini '.'."
ct hold of a copy of
t and show it to your
prisl friends. Dr. Sheldon
ei ganized Christian pro
the Jewish tragedy
a< all unlikely thai
" K and Queen of England
in official visit to the
ne Pavilion when
the New York World's
total of $100.1.....
it a single Washington
the United Jewish Ap
h the United Pales-
and Joint Distribution
joined their fore
1 top gift. $15,000. was
gentleman who is never
jpuhlk-iy lentified with the Jewish
immunity. Not. so long ago.
flcidentally, the publicity man of
' bl* campaign would get into hot
|*tcr If he forgot to mention some
\h'e contributor. Now it's the
"Wer way around, the generous
IBvers preferring to blush unseen
In one large city a number
Jews recently ap-
iProacht-il apoplexy when they dis
rov*rcd that a list of last year's
I onors. g ving names and amounts
(Continued on Page Eight)
The Rothschild Hadassah Uni-
versity Hospital a n d Medical
School, just completed by Hadas-
sah. the Women's Zionist Organ-
ization of America and the Amer-
ican Jewish Physician's Commit
tee atop Mt. Scopus, in Jerusalem,
will be dedicated May 9th with
ceremonies in Palestine, in 4'i
states of the United states and
at a main dinner at the Hotel As-
tor in New York City. The cen-
ter, the first of its kind in the
Holy Land will specialize in gen-
eral' and endemic diseases and
will he run on a strictly non sec-
The local chapter of Hadassah
will celebrate at a dinner Tues-
day evening, May 9th at *:00 p.
in., at the Alcazar Hotel, with
Mrs. Sidney VYeiiv rauh in charge
of arrangements. A unique pro-
gram featuring a radio broadcast
by Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, local
president, followed by a national
broadcast later in the evening,
prominent speakers and musical
selections will be presented.
The regular meeting of Sholem
Lodge H'nai B'rith which was to
have been held Tuesday evening.
May 9th, has been postponed to
Wednesday evening, May 10th. at
Kaplan Hall. Temple Israel, in de-
ference to the national nation-
wide celebration of the opening
of the Rothschild-Hadassah Uni-
versity Hospital. All members
and friends are invited to attend
as important business will be
MAY 7TH MARKS
Jews in Bulgaria Get>Prt **y***
Orders To Leave
Extent of Aid to
Sofia. (WNS)Jews in Bul-
garia of foreign nationality have
been ordered out of the country
On notice from two to fifteen'
days. Jews of American. British
and French nationality are ex-
empted but those who are immi \
grants from former Czecho-Slova-
kia, Germany, Italy, Spain, Rou-;
mania. Poland and Iran will be,
for.ed to get out-
Some of these have lived in
Bulgaria for more than 35 years
and own their business Among
those who received the notice to
leave the country Was a group of
six hundred refugees from Ger-
many, Czecho-Slovakia and Italy
living in Polovdiv on whal
tan v the Jewish community can
provide for them. Despite grow-
ing anti Nazi feeling in Bulgaria,
there has some '
I -. .nee- b
gas. tes disti ;
I afh I demanding a bo: "
the jcwg. Other leaflets, how
ever, advocated a '' Ger'
man. Italian and Roumanian
New York. (WNS)Efforts of
American Jews to bring rescue
to their kin abroad through emi-
gration from lands of oppression
continues and the United States,
within the limits of the existing
immigration laws, is providing
asylum for a number of the vic-
tims, a quarterly report of the
The report, compiled by Isaa
I,. Asofsky. Executive Director
of Hias. and made public by Ab-
raham Herman. President, covers
the period between January 1 and
March :il of the current year.
Based on the record of the ser-
vices rendered by Hias during thi
d, the figures show that
since January 1st. Hias minister
ed to the needs of fi-080 Jewish
arrivals who came to these shore-
iiT steamers. 4.318 of th<
pi u omers were from Germane
The Ellis Island Per aU of the
Hias immigrant aid service. Pro-
vided 10,500 koshi r meal- to de-
tained immigrants and answered
queries in 2.992 similar cases.
Albany (WNS)Senator Thom-
as C Desmond introduced a reso-
lution in the Senate for the mem-
orializing of Congress to pass the
Wagner Rogers bill to allow 20,-
000 children from persecuted fam-
ilies in Germany to enter this
country in the next two years.
The resolution- declared: "Aid
given to the helpless child vi -
tims of Germany's ruthless per-
secution wili be in keeping with
the generous impulse and demo
cratic instincts of the American
people." That "20,000 children
may thus be spared the appalling
prospect of living without hope."
and that "these children, whose
maximum age will be fourteen
rears, will in rm way increase the
unemployment burden in this
country, and their support will
he guaranteed by responsible
The Senate passed John .1. Me
Naboe's "anti-Nazi bill" by a vote
of 44 to 0. Under the terms of
this bill persons conspiring in
priivt or speech to deny other per-
sons their rights under the State
Constitution are guilty of a fel-
ony, punishable by imprisonment
up to 10 vears.
The Davany "isms" bill already-
passed by the Assembly and spon-
sored in the Senate by William i Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agen-
C. Martin of Syracuse, was under' cy)The details of the amended
consideration in the Senate. The | proposals as formulated by the
measure bars from the civil ser- Arab representatives who have
vire and teaching profession those j been meeting in Cairo during the
who advocate overthrow if the past few weeks and as forwarded
New York, (WNS)Lag Ba'-
Omer, known as the Scholars'
Festival and commemorating tho
unsuccessful revolt of Jews in
ancient Palestine against the ty-
rannical rule of the Roman Em-
pire, will fall on Sunday. May
7th. Jewish Community Centers
will throughout the country plan
indoor mass and group gather-
ings in celebration of the '-vent,
and will also conduct outdoor ath-
letic- games and contests in the
form of Miniature Mac;abiah.
Lag Ba'Omer will also inaugu-
rate Jewish Book Week, which
lasts from May Tth to May 14th,
Some Centers will conduct cam-
paigns for Jewish books for their
libraries during that period. In
some communities Jewish Centers
have taken the initiative in en-
listing the cooperation of the lo-
cal library authorities as well as
Jewish and general cultural agen-
cies in sponsoring community-
wide observances of Jewish Book
Arab Proposals Are
Kaunas. (WNS)The Govern-
ment moved to support a wide
spread campaign to exclude Jews
from the nation's economic life
sponsored principally by the anti
Semitic merchants' association
known as Verslininkai Lithuan-
ian Jewry was alarmed and de-
pressed by the Government's stand
signalized by active participa ion
>n the Verslininkai's annual eon
of Pi mier I !i neral Jona
is, who. in the role of
of h inor, flatly pledged the Gov
ernment's supnort to the associa-
tion in its fforts to i Hmii ate
Jews from Lithuanian trade ''
industry. This reversal of policy
on the part of the Pre mi ame
a< a convict-- surprise to the
to London on Sunday have now
been made public by the Arab
press. Ix>oking forward to the
establishment of a Palestinian
Republic in three years, the Ar-
abs demand that as a first step
the post of British High Commis-
sioner for Palestine, currently held
by Sir Harold MacMichael. be
abolished. They suggest that in-
stead an English Premier be ap-
nointed to guide the National
Government for three years, and
hat thereafter a President be
lected to head the Republi?.
The proposals repeat the Arab
t...-i-.erne on unconditional ind-
-,.,- !.-, 'if'i-r a transition | r-
ti. now fixed bv them as a d< -
nliAp .,..1 :,(_ that Jewi-h veto
..... rb eventnal establish-
ment of 'be inde^nder.'t state BS
-win-ed i rti- Comment nro-
, f '.,,. Mon h I r mOVI
A.-.i, plan. w*nM bo H-d
, n v.,If VI S.
Jewish community since it con-
tradicted the Premier's assni...... I mono i
es to a Jewish delegation that | >v .-.y
all m'noriti' b would be accorded Ther>s**e tv.ro wniiJ
t ," ,T>wih ",v
...;., ;-. Paleth*e.
pronnls *lQr> *"-o'-;''-' '^it
fair treatment and would continue ni
friendshin between the Lith neo-
apH the m-ional minorities.
! ai-i the m-ional mino-ities. ln .
On Ma,, 20th the Premier ^ZT^ZT^Z ^
llospitat* and Medical
'........*" "St^TE; -" '""">
a'd that ro or" would be nerse-
nf | beaiie of race or religion-
On Anril 5th, in a statement made,
?n Parliament, the Premier warn-
ed that in itement airains mil.
orities would not be tolerated..
Representatives from the Jew-
r___ p..;orn ..'-1 k arb'*rated
.:.x, .v.., nartl JnT!nn of *''
n:hhor:na Arb St-tes. wW'1
>j i.-o nrt in tv. formula
? to- nf *Vtc rtrpsent nltn.
The Aril'1" n-o== '--.i-os tn v.
. _._ ,, neotaHon Hiot he P>-.*ich Go\-
ish community were assured that t, -
Schiol located atop
dedicated M 9th throughout ^ nation.
the Government would not con-
sider anti-Jewish restrictions in
the economic life of Lithuania-
norating its pol'cy next
THE JEWISlTHE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MAY s
ANNUAL MAY DANCE
TO BE HELD
The May Day Dance of Junior
Hadassah Sunday' evening, May
7th, promises to be one of the
outstanding social functions on its
spring calendar and will be held
at the American Legion Club,
Biscayne Boulevard at 66th Street.
The highlight of the evening will
be the crowning of the May Queen
and candidates vying for the
honor include Miss Rose Blank,
representing Beth Jacob Sister-
hood; Miss Evelyn Auslander,
Jewish Welfare Bureau; Miss
ternity and Alpha
The new officers will be instal-
led at a luncheon May 29th with
Mrs. Henry D. Williams, Mrs.
many, where no Jews could
cers before the World War,
vere 100,000 Jews in the
f armies. About 35.000
V^rated, 23,000 were pro
RAY U. SHOC000, excluding medical
eived commissions for
d von Richthofen.
vision of theii the German air
Moses Meschelo.NaJ,i hl.ro hl, was
Herman Homa and Mrs. Maxwell
Shirley Seitlin. representing Ches- j Hyman in charge of arrangements.
ed Shel Ernes; Miss Lillian Rogan, The annual congregation dinner
Y. M. H A., and Y. W. H. A.; will be given May 17th with Mrs.
Miss Evelyn Marks, Business and Gordon Davis as chairman, assist-
Professional Group; Miss Helen [ ed by the entire executive board.
Syman, Beth David Sisterhood;
Miss Elsie Rawlson, Junior Coun-
cil and Miss Marcie Adelman. La-
dies Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation. The
winner will be crowned at mid-
night and will reign as Queen of
the May for the coming year.
John Kronenfeld will act as
master of ceremonies and will of-
ficiate at the crowning of the
Queen, and later in the evening
present a varied program of vocal
ami dance numbers.
Miss Jeanette Kronenfeld is
general chairman and is assisted
by Miss Rita Pearlman, Miss Hel-
*n Syman, Miss Blanche Selig-
man. Miss Miriam Schindler and
Mrs. Marx Fefnberg. Tickets are
available from any member of
the committee and may also be
purchased at the door.
The annual election of officers
of the Temple Israel Sisterhood
was held Monday at Kaplan Hall
when the nominating committee
presented the following slate which
was unanimously accepted by the
Mrs. Harold Spaet, president;
Mrs- Max Orovitz. first vice-pres-
ident; Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, sec-
ond vice-president; Mrs. Henry D
Williams, recording secretary;
Mrs- Benj. Bronston, correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. Herbert Simon
financial secretary; Mrs. Harry
Kevins, treasurer; Mrs. Morris
Plant, auditor; Mrs. J. H. Kaplan,
Mrs. Julius Simpson, Mrs. Frank
Perlman, Mrs. Harry Rubin, Mrs-
Frank Coret, Mrs. Samuel Katz.
Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer. Mrs. J
A. Riehter and Mrs. Jack Bern-
The new president, Mrs. Spaet
is a graduate of the School of
Journalism of Syracuse University
and is a member of the Pheta Sig
ma Phi, honorary journalism fra-
At the close of the business
session Mrs. I. M. Weinstein gave
reviews of "The Buried Candela-
brum" and "A Peculiar Treasure."
TO BE PERFORMED
The marriage of Miss Gertrude
Saltzman. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Saltzman of Indian
Harbor, Indiana, to Joseph Sha-
piro will take place Sunday, May
7th at 5:00 o'clock at the Beth
Jacob Congregation. Rabbi Mos-
es Mescneloff, assisted by Cantor
Maurice Mamches will officiate
Mr. A. Bramson, director of the
Jewish orchestra, will present
several selections. A reception
will follow the cermony.
The bride-elect is active in Ha-
dassah and other communal circles
in Indiana Harbor. Mrs. Lipshitz
of Detroit, Mich., is here to attend
the wedding- After a honeymoon
trip the couple will reside here-
MIZRACHI TO MEET
The first meeting of the Miami
Beach Mizrachi will be held at
the Beth Jacob Congregation of
Miami Breach in the form of a
"Melaveh Malkeh" Saturday ev-
ening at 8:30 p. m. All Miami
Beach men and women interested
in the work of the Jewish people
in Palestine are cordially inrited
to attend. Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches, Berele Kelemer and other
singers and a number of instru-
mental solos will be presented on
'iie program. Speakers of the
evening will include Rabbi JToses
Mescheloff, Rabbi Uri Felshin,
several Palestinian visitors and
early Mizrachi workers. Refresh-
ments will be served.
The (trM annual Lag B'Omer
outing of the Miami Beach Hab-
anoth will be held Sunday at
Greynolds Park under the super-
be directed by *
irdly a single belli-
iTorld War that did
ELECTION OF' least one *rn'al
OFFICERS HE '. Brigadier
Weiller of Franc*
nt for four yean
At the regula
Beth Jacob Sisti
, I eight times and
day evening, at ,
i < Guerre and dec
election of office, ,. ,
, Great Britain and
year took place.
, he battle of the
don was unanimc,. ,.
. .u- j Ridge and ^ pres
her third term 8 ,, .
i t nr u. tut fame. Major-
A. J. Wueher. fi^
Emanuel. the first Jew to be given
In any estimate of military
prowess by Jews in recent years,
mention must be made of General
Robert Briscoe and General Co-
hen Moishe. A Lithuanian by
birth. Briscoe was the chief mili-
tary aide of Eamon de Valeria
during the Irish rebellion against
army. It was he who driiu
thousands of raw Chin, r
into the formidable CantZ!
army that was later .,.,,,,/
by General Chaing Kai-i 1,^ ,
the heroic defense of Shangbj
against the Japanese in l 133 G
era! Moishe was the hei
To this list could be ad ed manv
other names but enough h -.',. bw
cited to offer a drama; renK.
England in 1915 and 1916, With- tion of the canar<| ^
out any previous military experj not fJKht Qn thjs ^ ^-1
i,n^.l!iisc,.e organized the Ir.sh| when QU1. thoU(rh(s ( J*b\
irregulars and led them in guer- heroes of the ,(.
ilia warfare. Briscoe is now the
inly Jewish member of the Irish (,f w^
some thought to these hi
10m are still alive 0 i rM(1..
parliament. General Moishe. ... t:-\,t ,. (*a>
1 u n g OI tne"' t,ni,!' again
whose real name is Morris C onen. :*
was born in Manchester, Eng-
land. Around 1905 Cohen settled
in Vancouver. Canada. During
the World War he served with a !
Canadian regiment in France
Given a command of a Chinese
labor gang, he made friends with
if need be.
Mrs. Anne Bero\Sommcr w" ne, RUP ft Chinese patriots. On
g military heroes
Army. At the
his return to Canada he joined
Thar* never waa a better
than now to build en*
third vice-presider"*""' '"Xl l"v 'he Chinese Nationalist League.
Mamches, recon nr T" '" e went to China with aj
Mrs. Jack Wuch,",,r merlt he won Chinese merchant who introduced Th^LI*er' n"clng T-^u9N
retarv; Mrs. San ami 8 Der80nal him to the late Dr Sun Yat Sen.
urer;'and Mrs. i'm th<> E,"Pl-''"'v first president of the Chinese Re-
auditor- S!em''- 10W
Makes ft Possible
The first mee-f-nders of l.iege bodyguard aml was cntrusted with
Board of Directong the German
Wednesday at the et of the War.
D. Becker. 11 the British
( t nerable. The
TO ATTEND was won by
MIZRACHI CONVF Lieutenant I
Rabbi and Mrs. .Jack White,
Kellner and daughter"' and Cur-
will leave Monday hjColonel J. H.
tend the National J1'''1 a battal-
vention in AtlaBt'Major Brunei
Rabbi Kellner will" legs at the
delegate of the Mtivate8'
Mizrachi. They wii ,, ,
* >>nt the chief
city after a two wee ,-.
are was Gen-
*. One of the
in the Ital-
ROUND ROBIN Graziani was
DEBATE HELD ,., Diaz ^
The Round-Robin throughout
petition sponsored b.. decorations
sity of Florida at G.
the reorganization of the Chinese
Ulve me a call and I will r'allr
Help you to get the beat noe-
.Ible Information aa to lie 1 :n.
Care Ackerman Ine. *j-
10i5 Seybold Bids
held with the Mian.
School winning wcol"^'^"^
ors. Representing *an War h(,
were Ernest J. Lonclthem armv
ley Wassman on tt>thiopj8n f.
team which won ,,e th(, ,.,.
against all sta'e comp,. ^at^ q.
the negative team Loslogn,tion ^ '
nals therefore certific Ethiopia,
ond honors were awSy madfi a
Beach h.gh school. .. Vi(.,or
Beginning May 6th all
on Miami Beach will be closed
Will Be Open Sundays as Usual
Miami Beach Kosher
CAMP FRENCH BSOAD
BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA
Located amidst grandeur of Western North Carolina
Mountains, offers Swimming, Canoeing, Biking,
Tennis. Golf, Baseball, Campfires. Wholesome
Food Prepared.under Dietary Laws.
RESIDENT DOCTOR AND NURSE
EFFICIENT COUNSELOR STAFF
RATES $15.00 PER WEEK
SEASON FROM JULY 2 TO AUGUST 27 INCLUSIVE
For Booklet and Additional Information Write to
RABBI S. WRUBEL, DIRECTOR
CAMP FRENCH BROAD
BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA
Place Your Savings Where They
Will Receive Federal Pro-
tection and Federal
proper care J
ong run. It |
I way. and i
and effi. I
some time i
ation, may f
te an ap- j
We Have A fj7
Alwayt Paid *+ fQ
EACH ACCOUNT INSURED
UP TO $5,000
I VOTE AND i
| (Pd. Polit
spvmcs phd Lonn rssocirtioh
___ of mmmi *
Ground Floor Conqross Bldq., 109 N. E.Sscond flvt.
J. M. LIPTON. Presldont
RESOURCES OVER $2,800,000.00
^TDAY. MAY 5, 1939
THE JEWI8H PLORIDIAN
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 1
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
anniversary of George
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi 497 Southwest ISth Road
(> Ire Phone 2-1473
Home I'hone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR
I > services at 7:00 a- m., and
-. ath Services Saturday
,oi g at 8:30.
,'i Congregation Services
gal lay morning at 10:30.
I Hebrew School3:15 to
8:11 p. m.
- day SchoolSunday at 10:0u
1. Mitzvah GroupSunday at
day morning. May 14th has
: -intuited as final exaniina
lay for all classes of the
ay School. No child, irres-
e of the parent's strength as
nber or non-member will be
ited unless the year's work is
ictory to the teacher and
hi i-intendent. It is difficult to
ur rstand the complaints of par
hi- friends relative to the
a accomplished at a Sunday
S >1 when there is no interest
-:. n throughout the year what-
- i on the part of those who
f room to complain or criti-
i.. i We urgently recommend a
e comprehensive understand-
of the workings of our Relig-
ii School if we are to entertain
U. complaints made Parents
: notified as to the delinquency
of heir children without avail
Wi 1 do we realize that "Child
qnency in Religious training
be traced to paternal delin-
- nday, May 14thFinal fix-
day. May 21stAnnual Pic-
S inday morning. May 28th
nday P. M.. May 28thCon-
f ation Exercises.
mothers of the confirmant-
a-t week outlining prepara-
t for the confirmation recep-
to be tendered to the confir-
- the evening of May 28th.
1 <>f the largest confirmation
- in the United States will
pate in the exercises this
There has been the mis-
notion that children' who
onfirmed no longer attend
Sunday School classes; for
nation consumates all re-
and historical learning
God that our boys and girls
ii ti to the post-confirmation
and then to the teacher's
g group- Confirmation is
ation and the affirmation
the boys and girls of fourteen
"f age have attained the
try knowledge of Jewish
v with the understanding
hey will pursue their studies
The students of the confirmation
ire Lily Alexander. Esther
Argintar, Muriel Auslander. Bor-
"" Badanes. Thelma Bass. Shir-
Stanleigh (layman, Sadie Hogan,
Seymore Hinkes, Herman Kaler,
Arlene Kleber, Alfred Levine.
Le inard Lubin, Samuel Meyers,
Shirley Ross. Marjory Rosengar-
ten, Alvin Schwartz. Edith Shier,
Clarence Siegel, Sidney Soltz,
Gerald Soltz, Julian Weinkle, Jean
Wernicoff and Rita Witt,
We urge all members and their
wives to be present at the annual
congregational dinner and meet-
ing at the Beth David auditorium
Sunday evening. May 14th. The
members and wives are the guests
of the congregation at the annual
dinner Hue to the large mem-
bership of our congregation, it
will be necessary for the members
to phone their reservation, 2-1473.
Matters of utmost importance in-
cluding the expansion program of
Reth David, the annual report and
the election of six new directors
to the administrative board will
be discussed at the meeting fol-
lowing the dinner-
Sunday evening. May 14th at
6:30 at Beth David auditorium
the annual Congregational dinner
May our Almighty Father send
an immediate cure to Mr. A- Daum
and Mr. L. Mandel. We regretted
to learn of their serious illness.
THE HEALING OF THE
DAUGHTER OF MY PEOPLE
Bv Frieda Lutsky
In tht "World of Yesterday."
there was a marsh land known as
"Flushing Meadows." It was cov-
ered with mud and debris. Around j
its smelly bay of silt there was
a city, that grew to be the most
glamorous city in the world,
A group of civic spirited titi-
sens, and a few town fathers met
in the year of 1&S4. and concluded
that New York jtvas losing its
luresocially, and economically.
and that something should be done
about it. After much cerebration,
and some agitation, there was
born the idea a "World's Fair,"
as a panacea for the ills of New
Yoik. And so. the sedgy marsh
land was redeemed, and convert-
ed into a veritable fairyland.
Where once was a quagmire, there,
are now miles and miles of beau
tifully landscaped and paved
roads, thousands of trees, bushes
ami flowers; a lake, and innumer-
able garden spots. Behind the,
twin svmbols, the "Perisphere and
the Trvlon." lies the "World of
Tomorrow," a world, at the cost
,,f about one hundred and fifty-
five million dollarsa great show
to save a city.
Anril 30. 1030 marks the day
that we commemorate the 150th
inauguration, simul- '
taneouslythe birth of our Fed '
eral Government, and on this day.
the nine gates of the New York
World's Fair opened into the
"World of Tomorrow."
In this prodigious production
we Jews will participate, for the
first timeas a people with a
country, the eyes of the world will
see a "Jewish Palestine Pavilion;"
a vivid panorama of great Jewish
accomplishment. Our Pavilion
stands on 21.000 square feet of
earth, under the shade of pergo- ;
las. and cedars of Lebanon, amidst
foliage and trees, reminiscent of
Palestine, with its tower and
i eight-bran hed menorah, is synv
j holical and significant.
The entire exhibit in the Pavi-
lion consis-s of three sections
opening onto a patio of flagstone,
girdled with cactus, oleander and
On the main section is portray-
ed graphically, with photo murals,
with charts, and with revolving
modelswhat the Jew has done
in Palestine during its years of
colonization. There one sees the
Hallsof Cities, of Industry, of
Memoriam, of Transportation, of
Culture, and Edu-ation. and of
Health- Here is depicted the saga
of a war on disease and fijtn; the
va( hospitalization program, in
which Hadassah participtaed SO
actively. The gallery of arts, and
crafts, exhibits Palestinian cera-
mics, jewelry, hand woven fabrics.
s:lver, and other products; along
with exhibits, of sculpture, por-
trait and lands.-ape painting, in-
eluding the art work of the school
By static and anima'ed diora-
mas one sees "The Hold land f
Yesterday and Tomorrow." This
is one of the outstanding sections
of the Pavilion. It is an interest-
ing presentation, in six scenjs,
showing places of note, the diver-
sified interests of Palestine, its
history, and its future.
No matter what historical pre-
textno matter what commercial
motive .inspired the production of
the "World's Fair"for us, it is
an opportunity an effective
(Continued on Page Eight)
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O.
6!'96 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Klther or both
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
.-.#0 N. K. 31st St.MS4I
the Rabbis will be 111 the Temple every morning.
You may CO Isult with them on matters concerning the Jewis commu-
nity, or yom- peisonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
bearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in
"Do not withdraw thyself from
Regular services will be held at
the Temple this Friday evening,
May 5th. 1939 at 8:15 p. m The
sermon will be given by Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan, who will speak on the
subject: "Self Discipline in a
The services will be conducted
by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman-
"I'pnn the children of the
schools, does all the world n"
pendV'Talmud (Tractade Sab-
Participation of the Jewish peo-
ple in the field of social service
was he subject of the assembly
program last Sunday morning,
when the second of the C. B. S.
series "Americans All Immi-
grants All" was presented- A
dramatization of incidents from
the life of Lillian Wald featured
the following members of Mrs.
Sadie Weinberg's class, High
School: 2 Ruth Kendel, Lillian
Rubin. Joyce Oren, Marjorie Fish-
er, Harriet Marcus, Eileen Cowen
and Jerry Landfield.
The birthdays of Lois Hyams,
Norman Rossman, Jr., Richard
Hodes. Renee Greenfield and Dav-
id Lutsky were celebrated.
At next week's assembly pro-
gram of Sunday. May 7th, Jewish
I LOVE TO SEE
THE CHILDREN HAVE
A GOOD TIME
KIN D OF
Do you "fly all to pieces" when the children are noisy or
when the vegetables burn, or when the jelly won t 'jell?
Some mothers are just naturally cranky. Some mothers are
cross and impatient because they are nervous.
If you are a natural crank, DR. MILES NERVINE won't
do much for you. If you are irritable because your nerves
are overtaxed, DR. MILES NERVINE will do a lot for you.
Do you suffer from Sleeplessness, Restlessness, Nervous
Irritability, Nervous Headache, or Nervous Indigestion? Do
you worry over trifles, start at sudden no.ses? Overtaxed
.nerves will cause all these troubles, and DR. MILES NERV-
INE will help you to relax those overtaxed nerves.
Why don't you give it a trial on our guarantee of satisfac-
tion or your money back? Your druggist can tell you about
DR MILES NERVINE. He has been selling it ever since he
atarted clerking in a drug store. Dr. Miles Nervme comes
In two formsLiquid and Effervescent Tablets.
^. Liquid Nervine, Large Bottle Jl.OO-SmaU Bottle 25#
addition to Lag B'Omer celebra-
tion. A Book Report program
will be under the Tirectiln of our
librarian, Miss .Rachel Adelman
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
A reception for Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman in honor of his birth-
day, will follow the services next
Friday evening, May 12th. The
birthday committee conists of
Mrs. Harold B. Spaet. chairman:
Mrs. Samuel Kanner. Mrs. S. H.
lutsky. Mrs. Isaac Levin. Mrs.
Harry Kevins, Mrs. Ida Optner,
Mrs. Morris Plant. Mrs J. A.
Richter and Mrs. I M Weinstein.
The annual Confirmation ser-
vice will be held on the festival
of Shvuoth, Tuesday evening May
23rd. at 8:15 p. m. Confirmands
are: Irma Bernstein, Gerald H.
Braz, Myron Joseph Cowen. Mel-
vin L. Green. Richard I. Lefy.
Florence Marcus. Lawrence Earle
Singer. Ruth Miriam Wolkowsky
. The High School departm nt
will hold its Commencement ex-
ercises at the Friday evening ser-
vice of May 20th, 1939.
Yahrzeits to be commemorated
at our services during the month
of May are:
Celia Roth, mother of Nat
Roth; Mendel Freed, father of
Mrs. Harry Nevins; Lipman Si-
mon, brother of Harry V. Simons;
Sarah Ginsburg. mother of Mrs.
Harry Magid. Samuel Bearman.
husband of Mrs. Eleanor Bear-
man; Moritz Meyer, father of
Sidney Meyer; Hannah Colman.
mother Of Mrs. Harry Kaufman;
Sigmund Wolf, father of Mrs
Henry D. Williams; David Lieb-
ling. father of Norman I.iebling;
Harry Kaufman, father of Harry
Kaufman: Sarah Leah Herstein.
mother of Mrs. Morris Plant and
Mrs. Louis Zeientz; Joseph Jaco-
bus, father of Mrs. Day J. Aptej
Mrs. M. Alvin Cone and Leonard
Jacobus; Alice Jacobus, mother of
Mrs Day J Ante; David Arono-
vitz. "father of Dr. Samuel Arono-
viz and Abo Aronovitz; Sophie
Lemer, mother of Mrs. B. W
Slote; Laura Livingston, mother
of Miss Doris Livingston; Chas.
S. Apte. father of Day J Ante:
Anna Ruskin. mother of Dan Rus-
kin; Dr. Max Ghertler.
We Refuse To Be Undersold
155 W. FLAGLER ST.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1939
The engagement of Miss Rosa-
lie Buchman1, daughter of Mr. and |
Mrs. Jacob Buchman of Tampa.
to Jakob Eisenberg, son of Mrs. ]
Fannie Eisenberg, was announced
by her parents Sunday evening, j
Miss Buchman attended the Unfr i
versity of Tampa and is active in'
social circles of Tampa. Mr. Ei-
senberg attended Long Island
University where he won the
Freshman Sophmore award for
Journalism and was associate edi-
tor of the student publication;
and was graduated from Columbia
University with a PH G. degree,
where he was literary editor of
the Senior yearbook- He was staff
correspondent for the New York
Times ami the New York Herald-
Tribune. The "wedding will be an
event of the latter part of sum-
RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
will leave Monday for Atlantic
City, N. J., where he will at-
tend the National Mizrachi Con-
vent ion as a delegate of the lo-
Sidney L- Arnson, 34 years of
age, of 3700 Pinetree Drive, Mi-
ami Beach, succumbed to an ill-
ness of ten days Thursday morn-
ing at St. Francis Hospital. Mr
Arnson, formerly of Cleveland,
Ohio, was secretary-treasurer of
the Southern Beverages, Inc., and
has been a resident of Miami for
the past year and a half.
He is survived by the widow,
Marian, his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles A. Arnson, one brother,
Leo, all of Cleveland; father and
, mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Blank, of Miami Beach. He was
a member of B'nai B'rith, Civic
League of Miami Beach and the
Beth Jacob Congregation.
Services were conducted at 8:00
p. m., at the Beth Jacoi Congre-
gation by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
Following the services the family
will leave by plane with the body
where burial will take place-
The annual election of officers
for the coming year of the Miami
section of the National Council
of Jewish Women was held Wed-
nesday afternoon when Mrs. Benj.
Le Vine was re-elected president;
Mrs- Harry Barnhard was elected
first vice-president; Mrs. Elry
Stone, second vice-president; Mrs-
Maurice Jacobs, third vice-presi-
dent; Mrs. Ethel Rothlein. record-
ing secretary; Mrs. Nat Williams,
financial secretary; Mrs. Max
Steuer, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Jack Cohen, treasurer; Mrs.
Max Dreyer, auditor; Mesdames
Sam Basker, Louis Brown and
Joseph Sugarman. directors.
The annual installation lunch-
eon will take place at the Pan
American Airport Friday after-
noon, May 19th at 12:30 with
Mrs. Claire Simon, chairman, in
charge of arrangements. Mrs-
Issac Levin will act as toastmas-
ter and Mrs- Louis Brown will in-
stall the officers. All those de-
siring to attend are requested to
communicate with Mrs- Simon at
2 1187 for reservations-
TO BE GIVEN
Mrs. Jack Cohen and Mrs.
Ralph Neufcld will be hostesses at
a Mah Jong and card party Tues-
day afternoon, May 9th at 2:00
p. m-. at the home of Mrs. Cohen.
3521 Indian Creek Drive, Miami
Beach. All members and friends
are invited to attend.
A. Z. A. TO
The A. Z. A. Junior B'nai B'rith
will hold their regular meeting
Tuesday evening at the Y. M. H-
A. club rooms. After the business
meeting a program will be pre-
sented- All members are invited
to attend. Ill
At a recent meeting of the new
ly formed Benj. N- Cardoza Young
Judea, Miss Diana Coopersmith
of Miami Beach, was chosen to
be the leader. Miss Coopersmith
is also the leader of the Lehman
Young Judea of Miami Beach
Elaborate plans for a summer
program are being formed and
will be announced soon- The
Young Judea groups are aiding
the Zionist Organization of Miami
jn the sale of the Shekels.
(Continued from Page Thr
University Hospital at Jerus
Palestine. This is a nativ
celebration in which g i
throughout the country wili
medical doctors and other :,
science on a national radi.
Don't forget, brothers, -
next Wednesday at Tempi
salcm- The largest nuni'
delegates ever to attend a
chi convention is expected
The Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion of Miami Beach was formed
April 27th with the suggestion of
the National office in New York
and the Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation of Greater Miami. Mrs.
L. Wolk was elected president;
Mrs. M. Krieger, vice-president;
Miss Zavin, secretary; and Mrs-
Freedman, treasurer. All ladies
who are interested in joining are
invited to attend the meetings.
The wedding of Miss Rubye
Zeesman. daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Henry I. Zeesman, to Saul
Cantor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Cantor, formerly of Wilkesbarre,
Pa., and now of Miami, will take
place Sunday afternoon at 1:00
p. m., at the Palatial Restaurant.
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will
officiate. The ceremony will be
followed by a dinner for the im-
mediate family. The couple will
leave for a honeymoon trip after
which they will return to Miami
where they will reside-
TO BE HELD
The Bar Mitzvahs of Joe Malt/.,
son of Mr and Mrs. I- Maltz, and
Milton Torem, son of Mr- and
Mrs. Harry Torem. will be cele-
brated Saturday morning at the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gatitn. Pjbbi Kellner will ad-
dress the boys and they will re-
cite 'he Haftoro- All friends are
cordially invited to attend.
TO BE HELD
Beth David will hold their an-
nual installation of officers at a
luncheon Wednesday, May 17th.
at 12:30 p. m-, at the Beth David
Talmud Torah. Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz will act as toastmaster;
Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz will install
the officers; Mrs. Max Shapiro
will deliver the invocation and
Rabbi Max Shapiro the benedic
tion. Mrs. J- Errgler, chairman,
and Mrs. L- Hartz. co-chairman.
are in charge of arrangements.
Tickets may b'e purchased from
Mrs ^ol Weinkle or any member
of the Sisterhood. All members
and friends are invited to attend
GEORGE E. McCASKILL ex-
tends to the people of Miami sin-
cere thanks and appreciation for
the vote of their confidence,
shown in the Primary- Mr Mc-
Caskill is the one attorney in the
commission race. He was active
in the legal fight for the recall
of the last commission majority
and almost won a place on the
commission for himself at the re-
call election of March 1st.
McCaskill believes in "a city
manager in fact" and believes in
charter changes to strengthen the
recall provisions so that it will
not be so difficult to recall city
commissioners. He bases his po-
sition on obstacles placed in the
recall path by the former corn-
Commenting on the results of
the Primary. Mayor E. G. Sewell
"I am greatly pleased with the
wonderful vote which the Miami
people gave me.
"I feel thoroughly vindicated
for my work and many polit'cal
fights I have had because I saw-
fit to try and protect the people's
interest in public utility and oth-
er matters of far reaching con-
cern to the people.
"It will be my policy to continue
to bo fair and loyal to the peo-
ple's interests whenever I have
the responsibility of representing
Mrs. Anna Brenner Mankes,
prominent local communal worker
and attorney, will leave for New
York City where she will be mar-
ried May 18th to Mr- Benjamin
Meyers of Waterbury, Conn. The
wedding will take place at the
Concourse Plaza Hotel in New
York Mrs. Mankes will be at
tended by Mrs. Sadye G. Rose of
Miami, who is accompanying her
on the trip north. After a honey-
moon cruise through the Mediter-
ranean, the couple will return to
Miami where they will reside-
The twenty-second annual Miz-
rachi convention will be held at
the Breakers Hotel In Atlantic
City. N. J., from May 11th to
May 15th, with Mr. I>eon Gellman
of New York City, national pres-
ident, presiding- A feature of
the convention will be an address
by Rabbi Mayer Berlin of Jeru-
900 I: .
Conveniently located i* lfc
downtown bunneti, ikopptnj and ''
iti dutrict. Every room an outude-j -
(no coii) with ptVetc bath, circulate t
ice weler, radio, fan and bod ic*3
femp. Suttee ol parlor, bedroom l-i
beth. Superior cuisine and ief*ice *
TKe Prtio Gr
Lounje, Beeuty Parlor, Berbor $*>
and H public roOl are complete!*
conditioned. More then Kail ol o.
Gueit Rooim are individually air co*
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one jueit room to another. Tbii mode'*
notpital-approvcd system it n cidwt <
feature ol The Roosevelt.
Drive your ulomobde intp t*.
Hotel Rooievclt Garage, which .
directly Connected wrth our Lobby.
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MAMMOTH FOOD STORES
Over 3,000 Items for Your Selection
2 STORES TO SERVE YOU
N. Miami Avenue and 19th St.1453 S. W. 8th Stre.
WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE"
FRED \V. HOSEA said: "I am
very much gratified at the people
of Miami for indorsing me for the
second place in the primary. Par-
ticularly do I feel gratified be-
cause this is the first time I have
offered for office. And I fpel
that the response shows how the
people of Miami feel when a bus-
iness man offers for public ser-
vice. I Want to congratulate the
voices for their interest in the
election and all the candidates
for their clean conduct"
RANDOLPH B. RAILEY com
mented: "I would like to thank
the good people of Miami for
their generous vote of confidence.
I'm going to put on some shoes
with spikes on them and I'm not
going to slip from here to the
finish. I'm going to hit the line
like the best football team ymi
ever saw playing the game. And
I'm going to nlay it fair and
square. I still believe my 30
years of business and professional
experience qualifies me to be a
good city commissioner for
"Carry On! McCaskill
We're Voting for You
You helped throw
out the termites.
3. You'll do your best
4. You have proven
ability to handle
5. Your proven per-
formance of Execu-
tive Ability attested
by John Levi, May-
or of Miami Beach.
"Carry On! McCaskill"
MIAMI COUNTS ON YOU
(Paid for bv Abe Aronovitz)
FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION i
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESChELOFF, Rabbi
62'i Michigan Avenue
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
.10 Michigan Avenue
The promotion and graduation
. v rcises of our daily Religious
I and Sunday sessions has
postponed to Sunday evening,
14th. The program will be
r the direction of the school
,! ir/tendent. Attorney A. L-
iiwitz. Details in next week's
\t the last Habanoth meeting
- Malvina Weiss was the guest
i.f honor- The Habanoth made
their final plans for their Lag
B'Omer outing to be held this
day. The Habanoth passed a
lotion to contribute the sum of
, e hundred dollars to go toward
furnishirfg of our synagogue
.: Minnionairos will meet Sun-
morning at 9:00 for their reg-
ir minyan, which will be fol-.
(1 by the communal breakfast :
athan Preedraan represented
Minnionaires at the meeting
. the Sisterhood and gave a splen-
. -report on the activities and
ations of the Minnionaires.
The boys are to be congratulat-'
'i their victory Sunday after-
n over the Junior Y. M. H. A. |
i. On to greater victories.
The report of the elections will.
found elsewhere in the social |
. imns. Plans for this coming
i ..r's activities and the arrange-
n nts for a May card party will
discussed at the meeting of
Board of Directors at the
ie of Mrs- D. Becker next Wed-
ay afternoon. We Wish to
L-ratulate the new officers, and
. them strength and wisdom
continuing their effort- t"*t the
. fit of our synagogue and He
BIBLE STUDY COURSE
We are proud to note that thc-
Bible Study Course inaugurated by
our Rabbi three weeks ago and
held each Wednesday night from
8:00 to 9:00 sharp, have drawn an
ever-increasing attendance. This-
course is operj to all young men
and women over the age of 18.
The Rabbi discussed "The Bible
and Evolutionary Theories" last
Wednesday night. Next Week he
will discuss "From Universalism
to Nationalism" Th- public is
COURSE IN JEWISH ETHICS
Despite the departure of so
many of our daily worshippers,
the course in "Pirkay Awvoss."
Foundations in Jewish Ethics, is
given to a large attendance each
week day evening between 6:30
and 7.00. This course, too, is
given for the benefit of adult edu-
cation, is free and open to all.
BOY SCOUT ANNUAL
A good attendance enjoyed thp;
program presented by our Boy
Scouts Tuesday night at the syn-
agogue. Included in the program
were a number of instrumental
selections, songs, by the entire I
troop, explanations of the ideals|
of the Roy Scouts, and demonstra-
tions of their ability in the var-|
MIZRACH1 MEI.AVEH MALKEH;
The first Melaveh Malkeh and |
meeting of the Miami Beach Miz-
rachi will be held this Saturday
n ght for the benefit of all Miami
Reach men and women. A very
interesting and entertaining pro-
gram has been prepared. Plenty
of refreshments have been order-
ed. All Miami Reach men and
women are invited-
We plan to have the largest
Mizrachi organization in the
South wi:hin three months. Help'
us realize this worthy ambition
to aid the work of religion in j
Palestine and in our own country. I
Y. M. 1.1. NOTES
li i miiniied from |>age xhree)
Biscayne Boulevard; Miss Lillian
Rogan has been unanimously
chosen to represent the Y. M. H.
A in competition with many oth'
er organizations for the honors
of being selected May Queen. In
prevoius years Miss Evelyn Marks
and Miss Rosalind Simon now
Mrs. Simon Buchman. represent-
ing the "Y" were named May-
Queen. It must be a good omen
to win this honor being that both
previous winners have and will
become brides. Don't forget the
date, Sunday, May 7th-
Monday, May 8th: Regular
meeting of Junior Division of Y.
M. H. A. Report of Constitution-
al Committee, followed by cultur-
Tuesday, May 9th: Rehearsal
of Y. M. H. A. orchestra under
the direction of Sidney Stepkin.
Wednesday. May 10th: Meet-
ings of the Y. M- H. A. and Y-
W. H. A.; everyone welcome.
Wednesday, May 10th: Meeting
of the Brownie Troop, subsidiary
of our Girl Scouts, under the lea-
dership of Mrs. Jean Gadon. Time
4:00 p. ni.
Thursday, May 11th: Regular
Boy Scout Troop meeting of
Troop No. 6, who by the way done
themselves proud by winning sec-
ond place in the drills and third
place in dress rehearsal, at the
annual Dade County Boy Scouts
Thursday, May 11th: Girl Scout
meeting. Minstrel show rehear-
sal and "Y" orchestra rehearsal.
Meetings of Junior Division Exe-
Friday, May 12th: All members
are urged to attend regular Fri-
day night services at the syna-
gogues and Temple-
The Shekel campaign was officially launched at a cul-
tural meeting held at the Beth David auditorium last Wed-
nesday evening. A capacity audience enthusiastically re-
sponded to the emergency of registering every Jewish man
and woman by means of the Shekel for the defense of the
Jewish National Home in accordance with the Balfour
Declaration and the Mandate. Greater Miami Must Regis-
ter On-! Thousand Men and Women! That is the goal!
Over five hundred have already enrolled in this great
campaign and with the splendid crew of workers, are
positive of an overwhelming success. The campaign com-
mittee consists of representatives of the following groups
of Zionist endeavor:The Zionist District, Senior and
Junior Hadassah, the Professional Club of Hadasseh, Miz-
rachi. Pioneers, Tarbut, "Women's "Division of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress and Young Judea.
year. Don't wait to be asked, get
your dues paid up to date as the
"Y" needs your help in going
ahead with their plans for the
athletic field, library and the
erection of a stage which unques-
tionably will be the talk of town
when completed- Join the Y. M.
H. A., and become a member of
Miami's fastest growing organi-
zation. Dues are $6.00 per year.
Mail your check to Mr. Maurice
Grossman or Nat Blumberg, care
Y. M. H. A., 1567 S. W Fifth
9 lost 12; Flexlume Neon: won
9 lost 12.
The schedule for next Thursday-
finds the two leaders opposing
each other while the cellar inhab-
itants will also fight it out in two
games that promise plenty of
action. Everyone is welcome to
attend gratis, at the Miami Re-
"Y" NOMINATION BLOWOUT
TO BE HELD MAY 17TH
WHITES TIE FOR LEAD IN
St Petersburg Notes
on Thursday afternoon. Both
mothe.- and baby are doine fine.
Max Silverman has just re-
(I to his home in Milwaukee.
after spending the winter
his brother. Mr. Aaron Sil-
an, of this city-
A 7.. A- Club this week
ted plans for its "Sweet-
t" Rail, to be given May I I'h
Florida Power beach club
..-blight of the evening will
announcement of an A. 7,.
ctheart." who will be se-
by vote- The proceeds
i party go to the Youth
and A. Z. A. charity fund.
Mr and Mis .Joseph Keller,
Miss,- Viola Hankin and Frances
Keller arc Bpending the summer
in New York city- where they
plan to sec the World's Fair.
E. Albert Pallot and Nat Blum-
berg have been chosen co-chair-
men to head the Y M. H. A. an-
i.ual nomination meeting Wed-:
nesday, May 17th- According to
Al anS Nat a grand time is in
store for all members following
the nominations for the ensuing
By pinning back the ears of the
Y. M. H. A. Blues last Thursday
in three straight games, the "Y"
Whites once again found them-
selves tied for first place. Marty
Milstein pulled ala Hank Green-
berg special in duckpins by mak-
ing a strike in the very last frame
to defeat the Blues by one pin in
the second game. This complete-
ly demoralizing 'he Rlues and the
Whites had easy sailing in cop-
ping the third game- Abe Berk-
owitz led the "Y" Whites with
a 315 score while Brother Allie
of the Blues led his mates with
292- The present standings in
the Commercial League are as
follows: Y. M. H. A. Whites: won
12 lost 9; Neon-by-Morgan: won ...........-ZZL^Zh.uXs.,.-u.v
12 lost 9; Y. M. H. A. Blues: won i a I -a
Cty V Ptool 1
hoMl In th*
hart of downtown
room with rub and
howor, soil wator.
radio, and Vonotian blind*. Evry bod
with innoraprina matlrMi and roadina
lamp. Running ico walor en ovory floor.
COCKTAIL LOUNGE and
Spirit and the Letter of
W was the topic of Rabbi
W. Jacobs sermon Friday
Terry Cohen returned to
lier home in Bayonne, N. J-. *f"
ling the winter with her
nnt Mrs- H. M. Jacobs. Miss
Cohen attended the senior high
~ hi and was a member of the
H s n. ciub.
Miss Rita Okun, president of
the II S. H i- spending the sum-
mer in Los Angeles, her former
At the II. S. D. Club Evelyn
Fortnoff was elected sergeant-at-
ainis- Mothers of the members
Will be honored at a Mother's Da>
Tea to be held May 14th at the
home of Miss Toby Rothblatt;
assisting Miss Rothblatt will be
Pearle Eisenberg and Evelyn Hel
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld's tonic
r"' Ethics '
Mr, and Mrs. Benj. Schwartz
Wmounce the birth of a baby son
37th St. and Normal Ave.
Delicious Corned Beef
Pickled, Cooked and Smoked
DEMAND IT FROM YOUR
Now Obtainable Every-
where in Florida
I wish to thank YOU,
ONE and ALL for the
wonderful VOTE tender-
ed me on last Tuesday.
It will be my wish and
endeavor to preserve this
confidence and friendship.
Be Sure to Vote next
Yours for a Better and
E. G. SEWELLi
(Pd. Political Adv.)
9 YEARS' ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE
Operating a city is a major engineering project.
Choose an engineer for an engineering job!
11 YEARS' PRACTICAL SALES EXPERIENCE
Miami's very existence depends upon the suc-
cessful promotion of "tourist business." Elect a
technically trained salesman for this big job of
13 YEARS' MANUFACTURING EXPERIENCE
Miami needs new factories, new industries to
overcome "summer slump." Choose a man who
knows the requirements of factory-ownerswho
knows manufacturing techniquewho knows
how to present Miami's story to manufacturers
in THEIR lanjruaffe!
YOUR CITY C0MMI..I0NER
(Pd. Political Adv.)
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MAY 5, 19,-
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
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will meet is a problem. No Eu-
ropean country seems to want the
honor, and there is a great deal
of opposition to the Congress be-
ing held in the United States
not on the part of our Government,
of course, but in Zionist quarters.
. This partly because many
European delegates couldn't afford
the fare, and partly because of
fear that the illusion of the great-
ness of this conclave of intellec-
tuals would be shattered if
brought to America for first-hand
THIS AND THAT
How come Carleton Palmer,
preisdent of the Squibb Drug Com-
pany, had to choose the Nazi lin-
er Europa for his return trip from
Europe ? There has been a
lot of ballyhoo about D. A. R. dis-
crimination' against Marion Ander-
son, the colored singer. We
could tell an interesting tale of
discrimination against a great
Jewish singer on the part of the
Metropolitan Opera Company of
New York. Uncle Sam is giv-
ing some of his best thought to
the question of protecting Ameri-
cans whose property is being con-
fiscated in Naziland. They may
possibly be reimbursed through
legal measures to be taken against
German-owned property in this
country. To those Nutzi build-
ing service and domestic workers
who have honeycombed our large
cities with their highly organized
spy system we want to point out
that only the other day a Berlin
housemaid was given a three-
month jail sentence for leaving
her job without permission from
the authorities- .
Boake Carter, commentator on
world affairs who is 150 percent
anti-Roosevelt and doesn't want to
have anything to do with Jewish
Palestine, is an Englishman by
origin, but exceeds any 100-per-
center in his "Americanism" now.
. Samuel Untermyer, now re-
i uperating from his illness, is go-
ing to be in the headlines soon
in connection with a very import-
ant action that will profoundly af-
fect economic relation's between
Naziland and this country. We
herewith wish a speedy recovery
to Dr. Cyrus Adler, who has been
confined to his bed for the past
several weeks. Listening for
the flapping of an approaching
stork's wings is banker Jules
Bache. now anticipating his first
great-grandfchild. The Clifford
Michels are the prospective par-
ents, and it will be an August
baby. By the time you read
this there will probably be an-
other Einstein in this worldbut
the papa is not Professor Albert,
but that other Einstein whom you
know better as Parkyakarkus. .
Three Broadway movies of the
other week were the work of re-
fugees from Nazidom- They
were William Dieterle's "Juarez,"
Anton Litvak's "Confessions of a
Nazi Spy." and Ludwig Berger's
"Three Waltzes" Henry Als
berg, big chief of the Federal
Writers Project, has to his credit
the English adaptation of "The
Dybbuk," which was a tremendous
Broadway hit a number of sea-
sons ago. Pierre van Passen.
who was dreaming about retiring
to a quiet country placein Amer-
ica or Franceto ponder over his
next book, finally has wound up
in an apartment in; midtown Man-
hattan, height of metropolitanism.
. Interesting footnote: When
former Justice Brandeis was still
serving on the Supreme Court
bench he had no secretary and did
his own homework. Now that
he devotes a great deal of his
time to Jewish tzores he finds a
a secretary necessary. Did >'ou
know that Nat Brusiloff, the
crack orchestra pilot is a brother-
in-law of J. U- Manischewitz. the
matzo mogul- .
From Germany, says Winchell,
comes this one: A Cologne Bishop
had preached that G e r m a n s
shouldn't believe everything said
about them, as there were still
many good Germans in the coun-
try. ... He based his sermon on
the famous quotation "The lie
limps through the lan-d" TJie
next day he was arrested on the
official complaint that his speech
was directed against Goebbels,
who limps. "Didn't you real-
ize.' 'he was asked, "that your
speech was harmful to Herr Goeb-
bels? Didn't you know he limp-
ed?" The Bishop replied: "Cer
tainly I knew he limpedbut I
}} NEWS ))
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harris an-
nounce the birth of a son, Ben, on
Friday. April 21, in St. Luke's
Hospital Mrs. Harris, prior to
her marriage, was Miss Jeanette
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
154o S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5102
The closing luncheon of the
Temple Sisterhood was held
at the George Washington Hotel
last Tuesday. Mrs- M. J. Green
blatt was chairman of arrange-
ments. Reservation chairman was
Miss Rac Halle.
Mrs. M. Zbar of Baltimore. Md..
is visiting her brother-inlaw and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. I. S"ern of
Steubenville. Ohio- Mrs. Zbar and
Mrs. Stern are daughters of Mrs.
B Bandrimer of this city.
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means to show the world an exhi-
bit of what the Jew can do, if
but left alone, and given a chance;
a living portrait of courage, and
idealism, showing our historic
claim and-its validity.
At the Wailing Wall in Pales-
tine was kindled the "Ner Ha-Ta-
mid." the "Eternal Light." This
flame is being brought by special
messenger to the Memorial Hall
of the Pavilion, to burn in com-
memoration for men and women
who gave their lives fdr the up-
building of a Jewish homeland.
This light will burn as the symbol
of the undying faith of the Jews
of Eretz Israel;lighting the way
for the breaking down of hostile
barriers of hatred, ignorance, mis-
conceptionsand bringing about
better inter-racial understanding
in this troubled world.
didn't know he lied!" P. S.-
They let him go. Then there's
the one about the German who.
after being arrested was asked hi.-
age by a Nazi magistrate. "I'm
24," he said. Next they asked
him when he was born. "In
1909." was his reply. To the
question (if how come he gave
this answer: "Do you call the last
SUNDAY SCHOOL NOTES
The final examinations for
promotion and awards will be held
Sunday morning, May 7th. when
Rabbi Kellner and the school board
will conduct the annual examina-
tion. A special meeting of the
school board will be held imme-
diately after the Sunday School
The annual closing exercises of I
the Sunday School which is always
an event of note and importance in
our congregation, will take place
Sunday evening, May 7th, imme-
diately after Maariv. A specially
written pageant, entitled Holy
Days All. will be presented by the
boys and girls of the Hebrew
School which will feature the sal-
ient aspects of each and every
Jewish holiday, while the Junior
and Senior assemblies will contri-
bute to the musical program.
Prizes will be awarded for schol-
arship, attendance and school
spirit- The congregation takes
this means of extending a most
cordial invitation to the many
friends of our school to come and
rejoice with the children- As the
affair will begin on time, we urge
the parents to bring the students
early so that they will be able to
go home at a reasonable hour.
The congregation and the In-
dies Auxiliary take this means of
extending heartfelt congratula-
tions to Mr. and Mrs. William
Clein on the forthcoming mar-
riage of their son. Mr- Ben Clein
to Miss Evelyn Marks, on Sunday.
May 7th- May both families de-
rive joy and happiness from this
We note with pleasure the en
gageme'nt of Mr- Jacob Eisenbf/g
to Miss Rosalie Buchman of Tam-
pa, and we extend to him and the
members of his family our sincere
The congregation wishes
tend to Mr. and Mrs. Zissi
hearty Mazcl Tov on the
coming marriage of their
Rabbi and Rebbetzen Kelln
leaving Monday morning, Ma
for the Mizrachi Convent
Atlantic City, which will
from May 11th through th-
Rabbi Kellner is the delegat
the Mirachi Organiza". i>
Greater Miami and is the
delegate to have the honor
resenting the Mizrachi Oil:
tion in Florida.
A Mother and Daught.
will be held on Tuesday. Maj
at the Y. If. H. A-, at which
installation of officers will
place- A candle-light cere
will be held and the motif
afternoon will be the pi .
honoring the mothers of the i
The Girls of the Blue and W
A Mother and Daughter Tea
will be held on Monday after: on,
May 15th, at the Y. M. H- A He-
tails of this affair will be in th*
next issue- The members o: the
club will read appropriate lec-
tions from the Bible recounting
the heroic deeds of Jewish r ith-
ers of history.
Due to the absence of the
sor, the group will meet
Y. If, H. A., on Tuesday aft'
at 4:00 p. m. The cultural
gram will be continued and ..in-
for a gala affair for the me
will be completed.
AUXILIARY TO MEE1
The regular meeting of th l-i-
dies Auxiliary will be held
day evening in the syna
Election of officers will tal
and other business transact