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The Jewish Floridian ( May 12, 1939 )

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fUemsti Florid tin i% VOL. 12 NO. 1^ Tlhe Jiewfsih njmnlty *9 MI AMI. FLOR IDA. FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS Britain Statement On Palestine Policy Not Ready Lond-n. (WNS Palcor Agency) I JJ,I Bi Ish Government is not vet in > position to make a stately, on its future policy in PalMniafl Secretary %la] [ wlm M Donald told the House :is last Friday). Mry K Doi 'd made this statement -,,-,to a question by Cap tain L. F. Plugge, Conservativ .: at rest rumors that T \v Paper in which the poky will he announced would i l.efore this weekendg the House of Comirlier in the week, the Secretary said that ParBsment would definitely be conre the Government's M w i becama operative. He jaddtJewish Agency Executive, again warned th-' British Government that the Jewish reaction to the believed imminent publication of the Government's future policy for Palestine would be "with deeds directed at the frustration of the new designs of this policy that intends the destruction of Jewry's last hope" | Favorable Report British Guiana Loud-(WNS) — Possiblities '.%  %  settlement in British Gjiana .mproved the refugee %  : • %  ;.: ollowing unofficial arinonncemei that the AngloAim.-i ai nimission had reported f;f. on Guiana's potentilltiej :, refugee haven. It liably reported that 'f-f eon -ion was agreed the --lory t absorb a great number of i gees after a short period oi pioneering workIndividual 'I'-mbers of the comi-xpressed optimism '*' I icceas of the project Provid,,! prepared and well orlurited ., was followed for *e even tal colonization of the territory. The British Government is f ady • Mst j n a solution of the rtfui;. problem although no -ommittn.. ts have been made to P-n the ilony to refugees. It however, that the Govemm. • will take the necesar stepi to open the colony to refugee The British Guiana P| a was first mentioned in the Howe nf Commons last Novem*r by ivime Minister Neville ^smberl.-,;., following which a %  mission, made up of British n d Am, i an experts, was sent '•he territory to study its pos'*'l'ties fo r colonisation by refugees. Th commission's report has 0t yn fc een delivered to German Expected On as Refugee Haven authorities although it is believed that the greatest number of refugees will be drawn from the Reich and from those countries now giving temporary shelter to refugees. Informed circles predicted that th>' British Government's policy on refugee settlement of British Guiana would be announced this week in a White Papei tal with publication of a report submitted recently by a group of Anglo-American experts who completed a survey of British Guiana under the auspices of President Roosevelt's advisory Committee on Refugees with British cooperation. It ed that Colonial Secretary Malcolm MacDonald will also make I statement in the II: Commons this week in th. nection, Palestine Medical Center Is Opened Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agency )_Palestine's first M Center was inaugurate,! on 1 day this week, four years after the laying of the cornerstone. I was declared open at a joint meeting of the administrate boards of Hadassah and of tne Hebrew University with the participation of members of the University's Medical Pre Faculty. (Continued on Page hu) STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL BROWN STUDY Ths reason why it took Hitler so long to answer F. D. R. was that the speech was first worked out by German embassy officials in Washington, who were supposed to import to it an appeal to the American psychology, and then was given over to Gabby Goebbels for a final polishingup. If you want to get a good idea of what life in Nazilarfd is like today, read Oscar Schisgall's "Swastika." which relates the adventures of an American couple in Berlin last Fall. • That incident of a British warship firing on a Greek vessel carrying Jewish refugees to Palestine—which has been denied in the British Parliament—will return to the headlines. %  Credited to DrHjalmar Sehact is the crack that a German feels about the annexation of adjacent territories much as the inmate of a jail feels about the addition of a new wing to the prison building. Believe it or not, but the negotiations between Italy and Japan for a military alliance were spiked by none other than Hitler. ... He didn't like the idea of so strong a combination before Mussolini had tied himself up with Naziland in a similar alliance. • Until recently Mussolini's personal dentist was a Jew. ... A wit claims that this is the reason why Hitler had an easy time selling anti-Semitism to II Duce... A daughter of Joachim von Rihbentrop. Hitler's foreign minister and right-hand man, is being treated by a Jewish brain specialist in Holland. WERE AXIS YOU What's this about Uncle Sam deliberately keeping from public knowledge the information collected on the scope and purnoses and methods of Nazi propaganda here, lest popular indignation be vented on Nazi representatives in this country' • • • • Aren't Americans — not only in this country, but from Baffin Bay • -he Straits of Magellan—entitled -o know that Nazism wants nvert their lands into colon/ dependencies of a Fascist Eu,,„„,'• .... And does anybody think it's an accident that the first dictator of the first Amertotalitarian Stafr—German Busch of Bolivia—is the son of a German immigrant and received much of his early military t rain l„g from Ernst Roehm, who later organized Hitler's storm troopers before he was purged in 1935? • • • And that the German'consul in San Francisco is B former Nazi Minister to Boliv ;, to whom is credited the perB uasion to Busch to establish totalitarianism and the extract.on of a promise that before the vear is out Bolivia will join the Fascist axis? • (Continued on Page Eight) President Confers On Wagner Rogers Bill Washington, (WNS)—A delegation of refugee aid officials and Jewish leaders conferred here with President Roosevelt on the Jewish child refugee planThose present were Myron C. Taylor, vice-chairman of the Intergovernmental Committee for Refugees; Judge Samuel G. MacDonald, chairman of the President's Advisory Committee on Refugees; Judge Samuel IRoseman of New York; former Justice Joseph M. Proskauer, George L. Warren, Lewis L. Strauss, Henry Ittleson, Sol Stroock, Paul Baerwald, Nathan Straus and Dr. Stephen S. Wise. The President voiced satisfaction with the work already acculties and expressed the hope cultaies and expressed the hope that rapid progress would be made. Mr. Taylor reviewed the work of the Intergovernmental agency and the accomplishment of some of the objectives of the Evian conference held at Evianles-Bains last summer. Following the interview both Mr. Taylor and Mr. MacDonald cautioned against impatience, declaring that the ultimate success of the refugee problem was dependent on short periods of experimentation which were necessary before great mass settlements could be affected. Twenty thousand German refugee children would be permitted to enter the United States under provision of a measure approved by a joint subcommittee of the Senate and House Immigration Committees. The measure, sponsored by Senator Robert E. Wagner, of New York, would permit 10.000 children under fourteen years of age to enter during 1940. and 10.000 during 1941. No child could come to this country, however, unless the Secretary of Labor had received "satisfactory assurances" that a responsible individual or organization would care for it. Children would be admitted from Germany and the territories it has annexed. Y. M. H. A. HOLDS GALA EVENT Final plans have been completed for the annual Y. M. H. ANominations meeting and banquet to be held Wednesday evening, May 17th at 8:30 p. m., at the "Y" clubrooms 1567 SW. Fifth Street, with Chairmen Al Pallot and Nat Blumberg in charge. Due to the action taken by the Board of Directors which passed a resolution giving all members on record a free membership up to January 1939 irrespective of the amount of back dues they may owe, la capacity crowd is expected to be presentThe program will include Chief of Police Leslie Quigg of Miami; Mr. Maurice Grossman, executive director, who will give a resume of the progress and activities of the past year; moving pictures in technicolor of all activities of the past year, followed by a banquet dinner served to all present. Immediately after the program nominations will take place. The only remaining officers are Al Pallot and Harry Schwartz, three year term board members; and Dr. Samuel Beckman, two year member, with all qjther offices to be filledAll members and prospective members are cordially invited to attend. CZ ECH JEWS LOSE CITIZENSHIP Announce Palestine Immigration Figures Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agency)—Eight thousand and twerttytwo Jewish immigrants have entered Palestine since January 1, 1989, according to figures released by the Jewish Agency for Palestine. Of this number 927 belonged in the category of capitalists, persons in possession of a minimum of $5,000 apieceThese capitalists were accompanied by 1.490 dependents. The total as given includes persons who, entering Palestine as visitors, have been authorized to remain. The number of Jewish immigrants who entered in April was 1,656. London, (WNS)—Information reaching this point from Prague said that the Union of Czech Jews had recently submitted a note to the Party of National Unity on the Jewish problem. A special commission of the Party was named to receive a delegation representing the Union of Czech Jews for the purpose of discussion with them on economic questions related to the Jewish problem. The Jewish community of Rakovnik and the Czech Hussite Church have reached an agreement for common use of the synagogue for worship. The Jewish community will continue services on Saturdays, the Hussites on Sundays. In other Czech communities similar agreements have been made. More than 150,000 Czechs, mostly Jews, automatically lost their Czech-Slovak citizenship on May 1 under recent decrees, according to official announcement. After the surrender of the Sudetenland to Germany the Czech government passed a law for revision of all citizenship granted after Nov. 1, 1918All affected by the law were asked to re-register before May 1, 1939. Of .160.000 persons involved, only 10,000 registered.



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1939 MARRIAGE TAKES PLACE The wedding of MrsKay Zalka, formerly of Miami to MrHerman Rosenberg of New York took place Sunday evening at the | home of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka with Rabbi Shapiro officiating. Out of town guests attending were Mrs. Edith Spector and Mrs. Eva Pickholtz of New York, mother and sister of the bride; Mrs. Rosenberg and Mr. Louis Rosenberg of New York, mother and brother of the groom. The couple left for a honeymoon trip to Chicago after which they will return to New York where they will reside. • • • SPINOZA GROUP DRAWS LARGE ATTENDANCE The Spinoza Group still draw? good crowds every Saturday af ternoonRev. Gustave N. Hausmann of New York was the guest speaker last Saturday and gave an interesting talk on the early period of Jewish history, dwelling particularly on Abraham and how he differed from his ancestors. Next Saturday afternoon the Group will meet as usual on the lawn, at 1059 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. After a musical program which will begin at 2:30 pm-, Dr. Wolfson will give the third lecture on Adah Ha-Am. All are welcome. • • • JUNIOR COUNCIL ELECTS OFFICERS The National Council of Jewish Juniors, Miami Unit, held election of officers Tuesday evening with Miss Charlotte Singer elected president; Miss Josephine Raxin, vice president; Miss Rose Goodmark, recording sercetary; Miss Elsie Rawlson, corresponding secretary; Miss Sophie Besvinick, treaurer; Board of Directors: Miss Belle Tannen, Mr. Jimmy Siegendorf, Miss Trudy Bandel, Miss Rose Becker and Miss Lillian WillensMiss Trudy Bandel was appointed publicity chairman. The intallation of officers will] be held in the form of a banquet the first week of June. The next meeting will take place Tuesday, May 16th, at 9:00 o'clock p. m.. at 311 Washington Avnue, Miami Beach. All members and friends are cordially in• •! to attend. • • • VISITS IN NF.W YORK Miss Dora Rosenhouse is in New York City attending Teach• %  ••%  snrine sessions at Whitehead ol of Drama. • SHEKEL CAMPAIGN CONTINUES At a luncheon meeting presided at by Rabbi Max Shapiro, general chairman of the Shekel Campaign for Greater Miami, a report was given indicating the assurance that the goal of a minimum of 1,000 signatures will be secured this yearWithin one week all names will be turned in and a final report will be made. All who are interested are asked to attend the final luncheon of the Shekel committee to be held at the Palatial Restaurant Tuesday, May 16th at 12:00 noon. The Rabbis of Greater Miami have dedicated this Saturday as Shekel Sabbath to emphasize the importance of the Shekel and the need of \|>ting Mn the election for delegates to the World Zionist Congress. The election will take place June 11th• • COUNCIL INSTALLATION LUNCHEON TO BE HELD The annual installation luncheon of the Miami Section of the i ing, May 15th, at Beth David National Council of Jewish WoTalmud Torah at 8:00 o'clock and 1225 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Tickets are one dollar per person and may be obtained from any member. In charge of arrangements are co-chairmen Mrs. Frank Coret, MrsAlex Goldstein and MrsMorris Plant All members and friends are urged to attend as the proceeds are going towards a worthy cause. TO HOLD MOTHER'S DAY PROGRAM Junior Hadassah takes pleasure in announcing its annual Moth cr's Day program Monday ovenmen will be held Friday. May 19th at 12:30 at the Pan American Airport with Mrs. Clair i cordially invites all mothers of members and friends to he present. The program will feature mow, chairman, in charge of ar] a play, "Making Matrimony rangements. Mrs. Simon is be-1 Count," directed by Mrs. Irwin ing assisted by Mesdames Abe, Krick. in which several members Rubin, Ralph Neufeld. Ignatz 0 f Junior Hadassah will particiWohl, Max Dreyer, Montefiore | pa te. Miss Shoshona Seidell, who MIAMI BEACH MIZRACHI ELECTS The first meeting of the Miami Beach Mizrachi was held at the Beth Jacob Synagogue last Saturday night in the form of a Melaveh Malkeh. Rabbi Mescheloff opened the meeting and acted as chairman for the evening. Among the speakers were Rabbi U. Felshin. who spoke on the celebration of the "Hillulla de Reb' Shimon Bar Yochai;" which was celebrated that night; Mr M. B. Frank. Mr. I. D. Spi vak, Dr. De Koven. MrsI.G. Mills. Mrs. ABerow. Included on the program were vocal selections by Cantor Maurice Mamches and Cantor Bcrele Kelemer; and a violin solo by living Leihson. Refreshments were served with Mrs. B. Kelemer, Miss S. Shpall, Mrb. M. father last week in Philadelphia.] Miss Robinson is a graduate of Philadelphia schools and itive in the social circles there. Mr. Frankel is associated j n t |,J hotel business and in i i un iz a tional work hereThe v.-ddinJ will be an event of June 17th at the Majestic Hotel, Philadelphia ORCHESTRA TO BE REORGANIZED All boys and girls, n n anil women interested in plaj j :g j„l an orchestra are requeued t 0 l communicate with Mr. Abraham] Rramson, director, at thi Beth I David auditorium, 135 N \V. 3 r( jl Avenue, .before 6:30 oVI -k, fn: full details. ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Morris i wald of Oklahoma City. jun el the engagement of their te*r Zelma, to Henry | Wolff of Miami, son of ar.i Mrs. Eugene Wolff Beach. of Miamil Miss Schonwald atten : i Ar-I Selig, Moses Krieger, Jack Cohen, Morris Dubler, Harry Koretsky and Ethel Rothlein. Mrs. Isaac, Levin will art as toastmaster; Mrs. Lewis Brown will install the officers; MrsRalph Neufeld will give the invocation and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman the benediction. Mrs. LJMcCaffrey president of the Dade County Federation of Women's Clubs will be the guest speaker of the afternoon and Miss Rose Stralhheim will give several selections on the accordion. All those desiring to attend are requested to communicate with Mrs. Simon at 2-1187 or the Council office, 3 6654 for reservations. • • MOTHER'S DAY PROGRAM TO BE GIVEN The Stephen SWise Tamar de Sola Pool Young Judea will hold their annual Mother's Day celebration Sunday afternoon at 4:00 p. m at Kaplan Hall, with Stan ley'Tinter and Henry Mendell in chargeAn elaborate program will be presented including Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rabbi Colman AZwitman and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff as guest speakers, a onehas spent much time in Palestine, will direct members of the Fireside Group of Junior Hadassah in a group of Palestinian songs and dances; Miss Trudy Bandel will render vocal numbers and the Young Judeans, under the direction of Miss Adele Segall, will present several numbers. The program will be followed by a social hour. Mescheloff hostesses during the | lington Hall. Washington, thel evening. '. University of Oklahoma andl Over fifty members of the Migraduated from the Univ< 'I ami Beach Branch of the MizWisconsin. She is a mi n -| the Alpha Epsilon Phi and is active in the social ra<|i Organization of America were enlisted at the first meeting with the following elected as j of Oklahoma City, temporary officers: Dr. De Koven, president; Cantor MMamches, Mr. W. Weinberg and MrMr. Wolff received his tion at Phillips High %  j „.. TUBirmingham, and attend A. J. Tobm, vice presidents; Mr, %  I niversity of Alabama a member of the Zeta Beta Phi Tau Phi fraternity MFeit. secretary and Mir. I. Miller, treasurer. The next meeting of the Miroritn I I .xhoo!,l the! is A 'i andl He A TARBUT CLUB TO MEET This season's final meeting of the Tarbut Group, Hebrew speak ing society, will be held Sunday afternoon, May 14th at 3:00 p. m. at the Lear School. 1500 Collins ami Beach Mizrachi will be held at the Beth Jacob Synagogue Saturday night. May 20th. All Beach men and women are cordially invited to attend. • • • secretary of the Dade Federal! i Savings and Loan Assoei.v.' in of| Miamicipal speaker of the afternoon will be Rabbi Colman A. Zwit man, whose subject will lie "The Contemporary i)-isis." Included on the program will be selections from the forthcoming 1 onk by P. Puschkoff. member of the group During the past year the Tarbut organization has cooperated with the Palestine Hebrew CulSPECIAL PROGRAM TO BE HELD The Royal Palm Chaptei Z. A-, will hold a specie 6nt's Day program and ENGAGEMENT IS ANNOUNCED The engagement of Miss Anne Robinson, daughter of Mr. Joseph I Saturday evening, May J. Robinson of Philadelphia, to th" Hotel Clevelander. Avenue, Miami Beach. The prin-ljrving Frankel. son of Mr. and Street and Ocean Drive MrsMax Frankel of Miami Beach. All parents and Seach. was announced by her are cordially invited to •if A.I Par! iancel I Tenlll I i ..'Tidal ture Fund, represented |n the act rlay. military drill and mu' .,._, !-,.._. an „u, United States by DrSimon Gina sical selections. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • I. N. P. BRIDGE TO BE HELD berg, president v>f the plchirew Writer's Association of PalestineDrGinsberg visited the Miami Branch and was one of the lecturers at the Group meeting. Oth'r lecturers heard were The Miami Chapter of Senior, So]omon W o is sman. head of the Hadassah is sponsoring a dessert Jewfa>J S( hoo] Rvstpm of M m bridge for the benefit of the, trea] Cana(ia; Mr R Fl if UMt T • | Vanity Fair'* Mew f&qnette Gowns 2 00 Slumber style* that borrow their sweeping Hnes iro.n lovely evening gowns. Sort as a • wiap acetate rayon in Savoy rose or French blue. Sixes 32 f 42 in the group. UUMMNK'S. STItKKTKl'*' V-* 1 — ^ ••+'•



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FRIDAY, MAY 12 1939 THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN PAGE THREE fjemst Florid tin PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager I En te,ed as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Pest Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act ox March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One yeai Six M $2.00 11.00 FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1939 VOLUME 12.—NUMBER 18 7Time out for a brief report from the executive director and the officers. 8. Be the first to witness the completion of our newly erected stage. 9. Come and see the improvements made on the athletic field 10. And finally and foremost and be amazed. the annual nominations of officers am ( | directors to serve you and the Y. M. H. A. for the ensuing year. Y All I can say is that if you believe in the Y M. H. A., and its meritorious work in this community and its strivings to serve as a Jewish Center for all boys and girls and men and women then we certainly feel assured of your presence Wednesday, May 17th at the annual nominations banquet. Y STRONG Y. M. H. A. TEAM HOLDS UP REST OF LEAGUE SOCIETY STAND UP AND BE COUNTED The 1939 Y. M. H A. diamondball edition has taken it on the chin in their first three games. In the opener against Civic League the boys lost a tough one Th 3 week has been set aside as National Shekel Week to i. With the Y. M. C. A. when i • ery Jewish man and woman will be asked to become a aa thpir opponents they were Shekel holder. I "•>"<• to 5 and in their third _, ., „. ; game the Miami Awning team The nominal price of the Shekel is insignificant but its defeated :he "Y by a 9 to 3 polit-.i value is vital in the present international situation. A score' And because of these Shek> I impliM the endorsement of the Zionist efforts in Paleshappenings the Y. M. II. A. i< tine Whatever theoretical differences one may hold regarding now in ,;,st p,aco in the Miami pohti il Zionism generally, today to be a Shekel holder means B ach I £f B8 ^V!^ !" i \' J J ing up the rest of the teams. I to h< ecure the Jewish position in Palestine and to take a ,..„.. illst p ictu ,. e man y of the "Y" stain': v the side of those who are struggling with their backs fans losing heart but I was given to thi .vail to keep the doors of Palestine open for our homelittle poem by Mr. Grossman less refugees. 1 British Government is coldly realistic. It is ready to sacri!: ce the Jewish claims and achievements in Palestine to the terrorists because it believes that the Jews of America are not interested sufficiently in the Zionist cause to take Great Britain to account for its violation of the spirit and the letter of th> Ralfour Declaration. Every Shekel sold serves notice on the B ritisb Government that there is another American citizen who : enrolling among the guardians of the Yishuv and who will insist that Great Britain keep its pledge to the Jewish peopl if it is to have the confidence and cooperation of Amen T least a Jew who is not a member of the Zionist Organization Poale Zion, Mizrachi or Hadassah can do is to be a B'NAI B'RITH BRIEFS BY SIDNEY LSEGALL Sholem Lodge held its regular monthly business meeting on Wednesday evening in Kaplan Hall, Temple Israel, instead of Tuesday, in deference to the nation-wide celebration of the opening of the new Rothschild Hadassah University Hospital and Medical School atop MtScopus, Jerusalem, Palestine, the local dedication 1 ceremonies having been sponsored by Senior Hadassah in the form of a banquet held at the Alcazar Roof. The occasion was broadcast through Station WIOD locally. Congratulations to the several brothers who sup-| he purchased from Mrs. Sol. ported this wonderful event by j Weinkle, ticket chairman by calltheir attendance. It would have ( ing 2-2145 or from any member been a splendid gesture if all the of the Sisterhood. All member' officers of the Lodge, at least, had attended the affair. OFFICERS TO BE INSTALLED AT LUNCHEON Beth David Sisterhood will hold their annual installation luncheon Wednesday afternoon. Mav 17th at 12:30 n. m., at the Reth David Talmud Torah with Mrs. J. EngW and Mrs. T,. Hartz in charge of arrangements. AC ing as toastmaster will be Mrs. Merer Schwartz: installing officer Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz; delivering the invocation Mrs. Max Shapiro and Rabbi Max Shapiro the benediction. Cantor Louis Hayman will nresent the program consisting of addresses by MrM. J. Kopelowitz. president of the Congregation* and Rabbi Max Shapiro. Tickets may -flOur sincere condolences to Brothers Sam and Harry Simonhoff. Brother Harry left suddenly last week for New York where the sister of the two brothers passed away. B that seems very apropos. It is easy enough to be pleasant. When life goes along like a song. But the man worth while. Is the man with a smile, When everything goes dead wrong. I hope you like it? Y Following is a schedule of the games to be played by the "Y" .luring ;he first half of the Miami Beach League season: Mav 1—Civic League vs. YM. H A.; May 3—Y. M H. A. vs. V M. C. A.; May 9—Y. M. H. A. Shek.l holder. Call any Zionist worker and a Shekel will be V s. Miami Awning; May n R v deUvered to you. Shekel Week calls upon every Jewish man I and woman to stand up and be counted among the defenders of Zior in its most critical period. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES I (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) HIIIIIHIII" iHHflMHW CHIEI HEM I <1 IGG SUMMONS ALL l!S TO Y. M. H. A. KDNESDAY Real Hear Ye: All memY M. H. Aare hereby iun %  .1 to appear at the '' Y Clul : ionu, 1567 Southwest Fifth St t, Wednesday, May l"th at s o p. m ., at which time 'he bigj event on the "Y" calendar will take place. Y ANNUAL NOMINATION OFFICERS OF F'fty Reasons why you should k Present; here's ten of them: 1 Bsai.i of directors in final •wsion passed a resolution giving *" memlers on the books, irresPwtive of the amount of back dues you may owe: a Free Membership up to January 1. '• 2. By paying the minimum sum of *3.00 your paid up to July 1. 1939; I making you eligible to b candidate or select and vet.in the coming el* :! j.;. /tlbi rl Pallot and N' ath aM s. Blumberg co-chairmen of this outstanding event ah-, forbid women to attend; w epl female entertainers. 4 \ banquet supper with feeds and drinks fit for the king and queen of England -, Gala entertainment featuring Chief Leslie Qujge^l hls hypnotism ace plus 6 Herman Wait-man and Ms eyes and oars of the Y camera giving you a resume of all activity during the past year m technicolor pictures. \|. 1V i."—Turner's Sports vs. Y. M. H. A.; May 18-Y. M. H. A. vCivic' League; May 22— Y. M C A. vs. Y. M. H. A.; May "4—Miami Awning vs. Y. M. HA.; May 30-Y. M. H. A. vs. Riverside Laudnry; June 1—Y. M. II. A. vsTurner's Snorts; .Tune 5—Y. M. H. A. vs. Y. M. C. A.: June R—Civic League vs. Y. M. H A.: June 12—Y. M. H. A. vs Miami Awning; June 14— R rside Laundry vs. Y. M. H\ : and the finale Turner's Sports vs. Y M. H. A. The winner A delegation fro m Sholem Lodge composed "f Brothers Elry Stone, Dr. Frank Coret, Be n T.e Vine. Harry Koretsky and Harry Novack, assisted in the installation of a new B'nai B'rith Lodge at St. Augustine last Sunday. Twenty members were initiated. Several hundred people, local residents of St. Augustine ai\d visitors, attended the ceremonies which were very impressive. Brother Philip Selber. Secretary of Jacksonville Lo3ge, was head of the crack degree team which put on the installation. Brother Selber is to be congratulated for the excellent manner in which he conducted the ritual. "Yours truly" is advised that it was a fine piece of work A delegation from Daytona Beach Lodge was also present to add further dignity to the occasionB Congratulations to all the Brothers who participated in the installation and who made the trip. Best wishes for success to St. Augustine Lodge. B and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • COUNCIL DAY TO BE HELD Monday. May 22nd. all day the president and vice-president and •on lav members of th. 1 Miami Section National Council of JewIsr Women, will act as hostesso* at Burd'ne's on Flaeler Street All members and friends are into 'oiyio and do inclining at Burdine's that day. • a 'he Jacksonville Lodg1 is sponsoring the installation of a new lode-e at Gainesville, the State University seat. The bigday is about two weeks away. A large doiogatio from SV 'eni Lodge is expected to ma" the trip. Further detailslater. B A dance is being planned by Sholem Lodge—an innovation— free admission to Brothers who are paid un members in good standing. So get your dues ir.. Brothers, otherwise yo->'ll mis* this next big affair. The time and place will be announced next week. B The meeting Wednesday night was well attended. It's interesting to note the greater interes' shown hv an increasing number of Brothers at each meetingMore Brothers ar participating in discussions on the floor. This tends to make a snannv moetinc? and "wall flower' 'auditors shouM Expansion of B'nai B'rith con-1 |>(1 encouraged more and more in tinues on its march. We hear I his ^jroetior, Optner will sp^ak on Mothers; the Y. MH. A., just returned greetings will be brought from from the North. Senior Council by "Mrs. Benjamin n ,.. Barney Weinkle. manager 0 f j I-e Vine; Junior Council. Miss of fna y M H A Hiamondha'.'. %  first naif will oppose the Charlotte Singer; Senior Hadas-. team became so desperate after vinner of the second half for! *• Mrs. Moses Kreiger: Junior thP ..y Io?t thoil thir(f Btralg nt ,. ... nqmp( i! Hadassah. Mrs. Irving Querido; hamnionship. Last namei Sundav School. Mrs. Eva Plant: ream is home team. ... „ f „„.. -t Maurice Grossman, executive diDoubleheader games start at! %  „„;„*• nnlv r*Ctor. will represent the V M. n. m %  ; seven innings onl>,„,.. OLI J n ^ nf s-sn n m-' H. A, and Mrs. Marion Shindell Smgle games start at R..l P!" -t _Mi u „i„vwi welcome the guests. ngg. No games Will be pla> | ^^ ^ ^ ^ o,i on Friday for which we are all very happy. MOTHERS DAY PROGRAM The V. W H. A. will sponsor its annual Mother's and Father's Hay program which will be held on Tuesday evening. May K.th at. The program will also include a reading by Miss Evelyn Auslander. a trumpet solo by Al Signer accompanied, by Billy Goldwebber at the piano; Phyllis and Marilyn Shulman will sing and dance. Members of the Junior and subJunior Divisions fYill serve as t the building.' hostesses during the evening. 8-00 p. m-. at tne i VIUWHUII ocated at 1567 S. W. Fifth street. Miss Ida Engler will act as chairman of the evening and will introduce the guest speaker, Rabbi Max Shapiro. Mrs. Ida The public is invited. Refreshments will be served. Y GOINGS ON AROUND TOWN Dr. Harold Rand, Secretary of game that he decided to let the bench warmers who were th# stars of last year get ready to nlay in the next game which will be against the leading Turner's Sport Shop team. M"re than 200 members ar* expected to be on hnd for the annual Y. M. H. A. nomination night when plenty of fireworks will take place. Helen Syman. representing the Beth David Sisterhood, was the recipient of May Queen honor* at the annual Jun>r Hadassah dance. All roads and arrows will be pointing to the Y. M. H. A. next Wednesday, May 17th, at the auannual Nominating meeting.



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PAGE FOUR THE JEWI81FL0MDIAN MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1546 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 Mrs. secreBOARD TO MEET On Tuesday night, May 16th there will be held a very important meeting of the Board of the Congregation. Due to the urgency of problems to be taken up, it is imperative that the members of the Board be present. SYNAGOGUE NOTES In the absence of Rabbi Kellner, the weekly class in Pirke Aboth, or the Ethics of the Fathers will be conducted by Rev. I. Margolis. The class as usual will mt in the synagogue at 5:15 p. nv, followed by Mincha services. BAR MITZVAH The Bar Mitzvah of Irvin Futtcrfass was celebrated in the Synagogue on Monday morning, May 8thWe take this means of extending to him, his parerrts and grandparents, our sincerest congratulations and the hope that he will grow up to be a worthy son of Israel. REFUA SHELAMA We regret to report that our friend and sister, Mrs. J. Swisko is ill in the hospital anl we hope and pray that she will be granted from Heaven a Refu Shelama. CLOSING EXERCISES OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL A large and enthusiastic audience attended the annual closing exercises of the Sunday School. Mrs. Ida Buckstein presented the faculty members with gifts on behalf" of the Ladies Auxiliary and Mr. Drevich, president of the Congregation, greeted the parents and children. The children of the school presented a most beautiful program of songs and play in the form of a moving panoroma of Jewish life as reflected through our religious holidays. HABANOTH The Buds The mother and daughter tea will be held on Tuesday afternoon at 4:00 p. m., in the Y. M H. A., on May 17th. The arrangements committee under the guidance of %  their sponsor, Mrs. George Chertkof, are planning an afternoon to be remembered. It is suggested that the members be on time so that the installation of offficers in the candlelight ceremony be held as planned. The Girls of the Blue and White The mother and daughter tea of this group will be held Monday afternoon, May 16th at the Y. M. H. A. The sponsor. Mrs. Samuel Tannenbaum. has a very entertaining afternoon in store for the members who will enhance the program with their own contributions. The Debs The cultural program this week will be under the guidance of the cultural chairman who will continue the program as was outlined by their sponsor. Due to the absence of Rebettzen Kellner. the group will continue to meet in the Y. MH. A., on Tuesday afternoon at 4:00 p. nv LADIES AUXILIARY ELECTS OFFICERS The Ladies Auxiliary met Tuesday evening when the annual election of officers took place. Mrs. William Clein was elected president; Mrs. Chertkof, vice president; H. MKagan, recording tary; Mrs. Albert Furman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Leo Axelrod, financial secretary; Miss Margaret V Kaplan. tfeasurer; Mrs. Ida Buckstein, Mrs. I Rsengarten, Mrs. J Louis Shochet. Mrs. Nathan Adelman, Mrs. S. Stein, Mrs. H. Farbcr, Mrs. Louis Leavitt, Mrs. Morris Rappaport and MrsH. Traeger, board of directors. ANNUAL PICNIC The annual Sunday School and Hebrew School picnic will be held May 28th with Mrs. thas. Tannen'baum. chairman, in charge of arrangements. Details will be announced in next week's issue. ((JACKSONVILLE § }} NEWS )) Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Zimmerman announce the birth of a son, Bernard John, Jr., on Saturday, April 29th, in St Vincent's Hospital. A celebration of the opening and dedication of the first medical center in Palestine was held here by the Senior Hadassah Chapter, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, last Tuesday evening in the Jacksonville Jewish Center. This was the final meeting of the sason, and a feature of the program was the installation of officers for the coming year. Those installed were: Mrs. Ira Stein, president; Mrs. Joe Strauss, first vice president; Mrs. Ike Witten. second vice president; Mrs. William Rosenberg, recording secretary; Mrs. Perry Kantor. financial secretary; Mrs. Bennie Baker, corresponding secretary and Mrs Joseph M. Glickstein. treasurer. Mrs. DH. Lasarow, past president, prosified at the meeting and gave a final report of the work for the year FRI DAY, MAY S 0 C I E T Y MIAMI MIZRACHI MEETS The Greater Miami MteridJ Dist.ict has ordered a cess of activities for the -i„ lg .' weeks in order to enable the rcM bership to engage actively \ :l ".A Shekolim sale, currently Family ed by the Zionist Miami. The nlembership i. urge j lend every effort post supremely important ":sl ty in the crucial houi that J movement finds itself i r jj ro j has named Mr. Maui-i,. GnsJ man to the city-wi j board, who represei |., %  .> Kellner during his aba ,J Mizrachi Convention City. At the last meeting f the „, ganization, it was agreed upon to affili.; local federation of .1 -h \v e jl fare Funds and at a J meeting of the Ad Board, Mr. Philip Ei named to represent th 0 .] tion on the Board of \ the Federation. OPEN TO VISITORS 9:00 A. M. TO 6:00 P. M. MUSA ISLE Seminole Indian Village ALLIGATOR WRESTLING EVERY HOUR N. W. 25th AVE. and 16th ST. Banana, Guava, Citrus Tree* and Many Rare Tropical Plants IT PAYS TO GET THE BEST niarh Sand. Muck. Marl or Mixed Sell. $1.00 a yard. Cow Manure, 3 bags J1.00 Phone 4-4804. Agent will call. DR. CHAS. IECKWITT OPTOMBTaihl at Tsars I rcQutd pei lodic examination essential to the proper care of the eyes. In the long run. It is the moat economical way. and promotes good health and efficiency. If it haa been aome time since your laat examination, may we auggest you make an appointment. V L I IT AVI. w IMA THAT rmonrn : *GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION wjs r -|>01O ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM I fU 5-J.olZ 515 WASHINGTON AVENUE 563 COLONS AVENUE INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS DHDE FEDFRRl sRvincs nno Lonn RSSOCIRTIOII OF mmmi Ground floor Conareu Bldg.. 109 N. E. Second Bve. LOW COST LONG TEPM3 Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. LIPTON, President



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FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1939 _THg^JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Kabbi— 497 Southwest 1Mb Road Offi VL EXAMINATIONS \ -.< will begin the final v. ns promptly at 10:00 a m Sunday. Parents are indicative of the necesarj inter eat on your parl I lr i n BtitutionShow th;n interest by attend ing this dinner and meeting. Election of members to the administrative board and annual reports will take place. UNVEILING The unveiling "f an in memory of tl Grieff will take pla Sund y afternoon al the W Ilawn Cemetery at 3:30. NOCIU'M AVAELIM urgi-i In thi chilil ri ranced dom At (tram A become more interested Rippa, th gioUS work of theija n,| Mr. no child will bu adinlesa the year's work is 10 a Mother's Day pro il-'ithe direction of Miss egall will be presented PICNIC OUTING Wi wire shotk< '1 the untimely w i f • %  ). to of we did not wait to be called upon, we were always ready. It has been our earnest hope and still is that as Jewish American women, we must first give thanks to the glorious country we live in, and as part of the most outstanding Jewish woman's organization in America that we concern ourselves with problems for the betterment of our people, community, State and Country. The chance is ours to cope with the solution of these things, shall we be "isolationists" and escape that opportunity? In conclusion, I as your Presutdnj take ,this opportunity to thank you for giving me the privilege this year in trying to further the architectural plan "f Miami Section. Your support to your President and your Section will he In spur those women whom you elect and place in office to do the things that firstly we are directed by National, and also in furthering our communal civic work. In the words of that outstanding newspaper commentator Hey nl Broun, may I close "Ours been a world of blood and terror, and a chronology of Mars almost reads like a chapter of Biblical begats. Yet not' forever will humankind live unTEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7746 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. KABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6996 Indian Creek Drive—8-1285 B80 N. E. 31st St.—2-9541 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI rather er birth of the Rabbla will be In the Temple every morning. You may consult with th-m on matters concerninK the Jewis community, or youpersonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held in strict confidence. The annual Sunday School picnic take place the 21st of kUj Las Olas Casino, Fort Uudi a Busses are being i for to take care of all vho do not have means foi portation. Prizes will led to the boys and girls who xrel in athletic games. ANN! \l. DINNER ANT) MEETING f M,fl. \1. ,|er the spell of the serpent. The of Mose Rippa old order changeth. It seemed Levine, the son of to me that into the tired voi"e Mr. and Mrs. S N Levine. May. ,,f Roosevelt there came a new the Almighty assuage the pain note when he said that America in this hour of sorrow and may still hitched its wagon to a star the souls .f th< se beloved ones There was something electric in be bound up in th f eterhis expression of hope for the nal life. days to come, his belief in the Th untimely death of Mr, Sid -I Ian-' vision rather than the ney Arnson, the son in-law of small. His words rang outAnd Mr. and Mrs Sam Blank cam' ,„ should ours. Let each of us as a shock to the community, lift up his voice, let each lift W un his head Your Section president hopes that for the cominr yeai of Miami Section, that we too lift up our voices for Faith and Humanity, and keep our xtend greetings to Rabbi wagon hitched to the May God console the widow Mrs. Arnson. and the entire "Mishpacha" family. MOZEL TOY W tion i who annual It 6 I pay particular attcn• members anil wives id the Congregation's i and meeting this %  day evening, May 14 Colman Zw'itman al the celebra tion of his birthday. H iw well he has i arried out "Li Torah Uli Maasim Tovim" since his arrival is evidenced by himany accomplishments PI Miami. We pa tiently awail I extend our "Ma -,.. %  ] Tov" whi '' "'"' fhupah" as well < • %  • good will for all and grateful to our God for permitting us to live i thiglorious United States. Respectfully submitted, ETTA W. LE VINE, President. CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. Regular services will be held at the Tempi* this Friday evening, May 12th, at 8:15 p. m. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will deliver the sermon on the subject: "In Quest of Faith." The services will be conducted by DrJacob H. Kaplan. A reception, tendered by the Sisterhood, in honor of Rabbi Zwitmar.'s birthday celebration, will follw the services. The committee in charge of arrange ments consists of: Mrs. Harold B. Bpaet. chairman; Mrs. Gordon Davis, Mrs. Samuel Kanner, Mrs. Isaac Levin, MrsSol Lutsky, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Max Orovitz. Mrs. Morris Plant and Mrs. .1. A. Richter. We cannot close without expressing our appreciation of cooperation to the fullest extent from the entire staff of the Jewish Floridian, they have been grand and most faithful to us, without them we could not have conveyed to you all just what Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women has accomplished) during the year, and what further efforts it is putting forth to accomplish further. Au Revoir from the entire Section. Your presence will be lions. A Message from the Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women A%  %  J the Miami • nal Council r I, we put forth th'' of the Section -t year: i • n a pleasurable year K. in the field of i\\>r, with gratrfywhich could only be thi cooperation of the Jewish i ""•mi f Miami Section, and stres our \ g friends from the North %  g the winter season. tried during the past ing forth not only t<> our m< ri at large but to the Wmmui what Council stands for. a.... bearing in mind the I f Cnuncil's emblem, Fa '"h d Humanity" Throui our affiliations with the Dai Federation of Women's Clubs, Central Council of So ial Vgenciea, and the Jove"'''' Coum .1. we in that way have tan able to function and take Par in inmunal civic life, both •lively and in an advisory capacity. Al VI Se< %  of if Committe. for War. this • a function ng bodj faction '%  • van spirit of D • We have tried to | or every point of I %  Se Application's are now open fur Hannah G. Solomon Schol Awards which are given each v.ar by the Juniors for graduate work in social servi '' %  V v young Jewish man or wo... is eligible to apply, provided he has the required educa,' qualification and is ser iouslj interested in social work. scholarships are grantei „t the f Chicago. Tu and the University in Exile, mg man or woman in Miami desiring to place such an application to the Nat I nc jl of Jewish Women. them dire t to National at Broadway, New York, send. copy of application to the Miami Section, 606 Congress I' i Iding, Miami. w ...... any Miamians visit the \. York World's Fair this sum particularly on Council Day. I2th, don't forge! to visit ffice and gel acquainted The annual Congregational meeting and supper will be held at the Temple on Wednesday evening, May 17th, 1939, at 6:30 o'clock. TEMPLE ISRAEL CONFIRMATION MAY 23RD, 1939 The annual Confirmation services will be held on Shavuoth, Tuesday evening, May 23rd, at 8:00 pm. A most inspiring religious program has been arranged, with the confirmands treating the following phases of Jewish life in their address: CONFIRMATION 1The Meaning of Confirmation—Florence Marcus. 2 The Story of Confirmation —Robert Alan Kanter. 3. The Day of Confirmation, Shavuoth—Melvin I* Green. TEACHERS OF OUR RELIGION 4. The Bible and Other Jewish Writings—Lawrence Earte Si ger. B. Patriarchs, P r o h e t s, Priests—Ruth Miriam Wolkowsky TEACHINGS OF OUR RELIGION fi. God—Morgan I. Levy. 7. The Place and Duty f Man—Theodore MHyman. 8. The Choice of Israel—Irma Bernstein9. The Law of Holiness and Holy Days—Myron Joseph Cowea (Continued on Pane Six) %  Educ.tion.^Ser> with a %  •• >' ri F ireign BoriV, Social I eg Blation plete understands lev,! .ent of human rel Jhip in the work forth. We have tried late our munity, asking .. Tin. existing groups. the year I wSlliwgnes I bility: if il had b (li( it, whether pl n0t be banpy at the Nation1 office to extend thai hospital Mrs Benjamin 1Vine, re,! President of Miami Secfor another year of pleaaanl work, bids this colmn mtil the late summer. ial newcan be re. tav ,,, to Miami at large will ,,.,'. v i and talk to you through th( Floridian again real soon• There is a modern pleasant way to get relief from • Headache, Gas on Stomach, Colds, Ileart• burn, "Morning After" and Muscular Fains. Just drop one or two ALKA-SELTZER tablets into a glass of water. Watch it bubble—listen to it fizz. J As soon as tablet is dissolved, drink the tangy solution. AlkaSeltzer • (Analgesic Alkalizing Effervescent Tablets) • You will really enjoy the taste—more like spring • water than like medicine. • ALKA-SELTZER. when dissolved in water, con• tains an analgesic, (Sodium Acetyl-Sahcylate), which relieves pain, while its alkalizing agents help to correct everyday ailments associated with hyperacidity* Your druggist has ALKA-SELTZER. Get a 30o or 60c package on our "satisfaction-or-money-backr • guarantee. BE WISE ALKALIZE T I



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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MAY 12. +BETH JACOB CONGREGATION } Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beateh MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 625 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 6-1328 • MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 5-2013 SYNAGOGUE SERVICES Daily services are held each morning at 7:00 and 8:00 a m. Evening services are conducted at 6:30 and 7:00-p. m. Sabbath services are held at 6:30 Friday night, a single service at 8:30 Saturday morning and Mincha at 6:30Rabbi Mescheloff will preach this Sabbath morning on "In the Mount." He will speak on the "Portion of the Week" at Shalosh S'oodoss between Mincha and Maariv. Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the servicesMINNIONAIRES The Minnionaires will meet for their Sunday morning service, followed by a communal breakfast served by the Sisterhood at 9:00 a. m. Cantor Mamches directs these young men in their prayers. A regular meeting will be held at 7:30 Wednesday night. HABANOTH A grand time was had by all the Htf-anoth of Miami Beacji who joined in the Lag Ba'Omer celebrations. They met at the synagogue at 9:00 a m. Thence they were brought by bus and car through the kind service* of the Ratlki : Cabs, to Greynolds Park. There the day was spent in swimming. boating. playing games, singing song* and learning a number of Lag Ba'Omer melodies.' ''The girls were supervised by 'their athletic director, and by the sponsors, Mrs. "M. Mescheloff and Mrs. L. G. Mills. The Miami Beach Habanoth was glad to welcome a number of Miami Habanoth to this outing, and offer their helpfulness to them whenever they will be on. f BIBLE STUDY COURSE Wednesday night, at 8:00 p. m-, Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The First Patriarch" in the study of the Bible. All adults are cordially invited to this educational course. To date the attendance has been most gratifying and inspired. MIZRACHI OF MIAMI BEACH The first meeting and Melaveh Malkeh of the Miami Beach Mizrachi, held at our synagogue last Saturday night was a grand success from every point of view %  —attendance, membership, program, refreshments. The Miami Beach Mizrachi vvll meet again at a Melaveh Malkeh to be held at the synagogue Saturday night •May SOth Our officers are planning another grand program. All men and women are invited. MAZOL TOY Our cordial best wishes to Mr. and MrsJoseph Shapiro, their family and friends, on their marriage which took place at our synagogue Sunday afternoon. A very larR attendance graced the wedding ceremony which was prformea by Rabbi Mescheloff with <*e assistance of Cantor Mamches. Berele Kelemer, Rabbi U. Felshin and Mr. D. Saltzman. father of the brideA gala supper was served after the ceremony, at which hundreds of telegrams from many states in the Union were read and MrSaltzman held a very earnest and welcome speech. CONDOLENCE Our deepest sympathies are extended to the family and friends of the late Shdney L. Arnson who passed away last week in the prime of his life. At the funeral service held in our synagogue before the body was sent Palestine Medical Center Is Opened Originally scheduled to be completed in June, 1938, work on the Medical Center was delayed by the unsettled conditions due to Arab terrorism of the past three years. Designed by Erich Mendelsohn, noted architect exiled from Germany, the buildings of the Med ical Center are long and low, of j modern design and made of white stone, is comprised of the Unij versity Hadassah Rothschild Hospital, containing almost 300 j to its rest in Cleveland, Ohio, were hundreds of those who had bedg bu il( Qn nlodern i in e s with known and respected the departj comp i ote research and clinical edMay reaved. God console the beREI.IGIOUS SCHOOL GRADUATION The annual promotion a ji d graduation of Religious School pupils will take place Sunday evening, May 14th at 7:30 pm., in our new synagogue building. A beautiful ceremony will be conducted by the graduating class of our Sunday sessions. This will be under the direction of our school supervisor, Attorney A. L. Mechlowitz. Prayers, addresses, songs, and a school presentation will be part of this program. The musical part of the program is supervised by our Cantor. Awards and prizes will bo distributed to all children by Mrs. M. B. Frank, synagogue president; Mrs. B. H. I/mdon. Sisterhood president; and Mrs. Floyd. Parents are urged to come with their children Announcements of promotion in daily and Sunday classes will be made at this time. CORRECTION Mrs. A. J. Tobin, whose name was omitted from the list of newly elected officers of the Sisterhood in our report last week, was unanimously elected as one of the Sisterhood vice-presidents May God bless her in her work for our synagogue and schoolTEMPLE ISRAEL BULLETIN (Continued from Page Five) THE HISTORY AND DESTINY OF ISRAEL 10. The Glory of Israel's History—Gerald H. Braz. 11. The Messianic Hope— Richard Samuel Hodes. A full program of the Confirmation service will appear in next week's Bulletin. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL "Upon the children of the schools, does all the world depend"—Talmud (Tractade Srjbbath 119b) Lag Ba'Omer (the Scholar's Holiday) was celebrated at the Temple Israel Religious School last Sunday, with a "Book Week" program. Reports on books of Jewish interest were given by Rosanne Cliff, Natalie Le Vine. Carol Aronovitz, Wallace Bishof anil Nathan Ratner. On Sunday morning, May 14th a Mother's Day program will be presented by the children whose mothers are teachers in our Religious School. Mothers of children attendin gthe School are especially invited to attend. CALENDAR OF TEMPLE EVENTS May 18th—Annual Congrega.laboratories, a maternity division, outpatients' clinic, a Cancer Research Institute and X Ray and Radiology Departments; the Nathan Ratnoff (named after the New York physician) College of Post-Graduate Medicine and Hygiene devoted to tropical diseases; the Henrietta Szold School of Nursing, named after the founder of Hadassah and including a nurses' residence. SOCIETY ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE .Mr Philip Romer. president of the Miami Beach Kosher Butcher Association, has announced that the public has received with great exuberance, the statement that beginning May fith all kosher butchers on Miami Beach will be closed Saturday evenings but will be open Sundays as usual. • • LARGE ATTENDANCE AT HADASSAH DINNER Attended by a large crowd wa tional Dinner and Membership Meeting, 6:30 p. mMay 21st—Closing exercises of the Religious School, 11:00 a. m. May 23rd—Tuesday evening at 8:00, Confirmation services. May 26th—Friday evening at 8:15, Graduation exercises. Gradutes of the High School Depart ment are: Julius Bearman, Beverly Cohen, Frank Davis, Blanche Goldstein. R e n e e Greenfield. Frances Rose Katz, Jack Metzger, Marjorie Reichenbach, Bernadine Roth, Jack Rubin and Gladys Wolfe. May 28th—Annual Religious School Picnic. May 29th—Sisterhood Installation Luncheon. OLE JACKSONV LEADING HOTEL £njW' at ihis modern. liraproof hotel in the COMFORT £•££"&; LUMrUKI room with tub and •howtr. soil water. radio, and Venetian blinds. Every bod with Innormpring matlrou and reading lamp. Running ice water on every floor. •0UIA PPIICED COCKTAIL LOUNGE and COFFEE SHOP Other J. I. fWd Hotel! Hotel •olle-Choltooo S o— Hotel DeSoto-So.onnol the dinner held by the local chapter of Senior Hadassah Tuesday evening at the Alcazar Hotel to celebrate the opening of the Rothschild Hadassah University Hospital and Medical School just completed in Jerusalem. Feature of the evening was an address by Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, president of the Miami Chapter, followed by a national broadcast. Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, president of the Southeastern Region of Hadassah and Dr. George H. McDonnell, chief of the city health department, also spoke. Mrs. Sidney Weintraub was in charge of the evening. • • COMPLIMENTS ARE RECEIVED Numerous compliments have been received by the Jewish Welfare Bureau in regard to the elaborate dinner and dance given by Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler at their Rivo Alto Island Home recently to doctors, dentists and lawyers, who have volunteered their services during the year to the Bureau CONVALESCES AT HOME Mrs. Harriet Eppstein. case worker of the Jewish V. ifaj. Bureau, is convalescing at home from an illness of three uyeks. Refrigerators Enamelized Made New by Latest Di.^n Method REFRIGERATOR PAINTING CO. Phone 2.9373 For Deta.j 608 S. W. Second Avem $197 1 FOR A COOL AND DELIGHTFUL VACATION VISIT THE HOROWITZ KOSHER INN CARBURETIOX IS ONLY ONE OF MAW FACTORS THAT EFFEC" POOR GASOLINE MILEAGE A SCIENTIFIC MOTOR TUNE-UP WILL SAVE YOU MAW TIMES ITS COST ( We check carburetor. Clean and reset spark plugs. Test com---, I sion. Clean n nd set distributor | points. Inspect and tighten pn | mnry wiring. 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FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN In Tribute to Mothers Watch for the Fuller Brush Dealer The Fuller Brush Co. 210-11 Postal Bldg H-3014—Miami Florida Greetings to Mothers Everywhere H. GEORGE FINK ARCHITECT 2128 I'once do Loon Blvd. TO ALL MOTHERS IN ADMIRATION George B. Hardie MOTHERS DAY GREETINGS WM. M. KLINE KLINE'S FOOD CENTER 4."i x. W. 36th Street Miami, Florida \ TRIBUTE T<) MOTHER JOE H. POHNL Home Repairg and Builders 3640 s. W. 14th Ave. To Mothers—In Admiration Silver Bluff Wood Yard 2756 s. W. 28th Lane Phono 4-l!S4 Any Length Stove ami Fireplace Wood To My Mother By DR. V. A. AVAKIAN Tli.' smile you gave when I first saw the light Remains tinparagon of tender care; The warmth you threw around me day and night Still cheers me when I'd otherwise despair. Your gentle voice, your cradle song, your prayer, -My sweetest memories of yesterday. Vour warning me against temptation's snare Still guides my feet which are inclined to stray. And till we meet again your words shall lead my way. Your Faultless skill to loose my lisping tongue, And a> 1 toddled, your assuring hand Still mean MI much lo me, and I have clung To I hat assurance till I understand. Your mother-love which naught could countermand Has been my inspiration, peace of mind Your sacrifice denoting you hail planned My future well was proof that you were kind: I'd somehow tell though I were deaf and dumb and blind. Your constant vigil over my sick-bed Ami your companionship when heart-grief came. Your deep concern aliout the life 1 led Kxalted you: put ingratitude to shame. Your lighl excuses when 1 was to blame, And praises fur the good that I had shown Reveal the pride in which you held my name; It was enough that 1 was horn your own: Cnselfisli love as yours must ever stand aloneAnd SO I how in reverence to you For everything that you have done for me; Your faithfulness has served to keep me true. And moulded with the years my destiny. Throughout my life shall veneration ho The bond that links your deathless soul to mine: And for such sure, unfailing constancy, T shall forever follow your resign. And Mother, while I live. I'll hold you are divine. In Admiration t'o Mothers Clement L. Theed :S41!) Main Highway GRKETINGS R. E. Lowry Electric Co. 2103 Ponce do Leon Blvd. A Tribute to Mothers E very where Green Candle Tea Room .")2 Siiver Bluff Avenue A TRIBUTE TO MOTHERS EVERYWHERE" HARRISON Photo Laboratories % %  % %  • %  X. W. 8th Avenue PHONE 2-3739 .MOT 11 KI{S DAY GREETINGS Carl Lambert CITY ENGINEER MIAMI. FLORIDA A Tribute to Mothers Everywhere Mr. and Mrs. SAM WEISSEL of Sam's Service Station 200 Coral Way \ TKIM'TE TO MOTHERS MICHAEL KANTRO of Kantro's Nursery 3155 S. AY. 23rd Street GREETINGS To ALL MOTHERS Mrs. Helen G. Warner i'"il Tigertail Avenue Mother's Day Grei tings IT. Vincent A. Spoto DENTIST N1VERS1TY CLINIC •', ponce de Leon Blvd. GREETINGS CORAL WAY CLEANERS, Inc. 223 Coral Way Coral Gables 4-1345 socinif MOTHERS DAY GREETINGS THE BRYAN PARK PHARMACY 2200 S. W. 8th Street PAUL DEAL—OF THE PAULA SHOPS •JUT I s. YV. 22nd St. Extends a Tribute to All Mothers Join in Paying Homage To Mothers Bryant's Corner Garage V. D. BRYANT 103 Federal Highway A TRIBUTE TO MOTHER Mrs. Aleda N. Davis A TRIBUTE TO ALL MOTHERS Mr. and Mrs. BENJAMIN COHEN —.+ RESIDENT DIES Mrs. Lillian G. Rippa 40 years of age, of 2535 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach, died Tuesday at her residence after a brief illness. She had resided in Miami Beach for the past five years, coming from New York City. She leaves her husband, Moe M RiP' pa; a daughter Beri; four broth ers, Samuel Cohen of Miami: David, Albert and Oscar, all of New York; three sisters. Mrs. C. Penson and Mrs. L. Fust, both of New York and Mrs. D. Kane of West Palm Beach Funeral services were conduct ed at 3:30 p. m Tuesday inthe Niceley Funeral Home by Rabbi MOTHER'S DAY GREETINGS J. E. SHEPPARD GREETINGS TO ALL MOTHERS Mrs. A. W. Hoover MOTHER'S DAY GREETINGS Palm Pharmacy 2200 N. YY. 28th street PHONES: 2-9356—2-928] In Admiration To All Mothers : Miami Wrecking Company 132 X. \Y. 2uth .Street WE, TOO, JOIN IN PAYING HOMAGE TO MOTHERS S. H. KRESS &CO. 5-10-25c Store East Flagler Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Jacob If. Kaplan and Rabbi Max %  1IH_:~ '_., Shapiro. Burial took place Woodlawn Park CemeteryGREETINGS MIAMI MONUMENT COMPANY 3253 s. YY. Xtli St. Phone 4-.")!l22 A Tribute to All Mothers CROSS DISPLAY SERVICE C. V. CROSS, Mgr. 7_>s s. YV. 27th Avenue A TRIBUTE TO MOTHER'S DAY PERRY'S DAIRY 626 N. W. Tenth Street— Phone 2-7221 CLEAN MILK—RAW OR PASTEURIZED FROM MY OWN TESTED HERD Yon are assured of the best and safest bottle of milk that can be produced when you buy from us. t IN TRIBUTE TO MOTHERS EVERYWHERE HIRSCH-FAUTH FURNITURE CO. EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE Interior Decorators and Importers BTSCAYNE BOULEVARD AT JTOURTEENTH TERRACE PHONE 3-4669 MIAMI I +



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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MAY 12. IMP Strictly Confidential By PHINEAS J. BLRON (Continued from Page One) LIVE AND LEARN We have just heard of a Cana dian engineer, Jack Starr by name, who has invented a new heating system which he claims can heat an ordinary one-family house for the amazingly small sum of sixty-five cents a year. .. He is said to be offering his device as ar outright gift to any givernment that will do someething for. the Jewish people. • Here's hoping he gets something more tangible than that "Jewish national home" the British government gave Dr. Chaim Weizmann for his war-time acetone process. • Anthropologist Earnest A! Hooten, in his article "Why the Jew Grows Stronger" in a recent Collier's, says that the only way to save the world from retrogression into barbaric stupidity is to encourage intermarriage of Jews with Gentiles. ... A delegation will soon visit the President to talk over with him that famous Rublee plan for refugees. The Pierre van Passens recently engaged a German refugee to work in their home as a maid. When the refugee saw van Passen's Nordic face she confided that she was three quarters Aryan. %  But after she read Pierre's book "Days of Our Years," she broke down and confesseed that she was a hundred per cent Jewess. She was afraid "Aryanism" would cost her the job. NUTZI STUFF In a pathetic effort to be asnow illustrating their ads with tute the Nazi travel agencies are scenes that carefully avoid showing the swastika banner. %  Do they think Americans fool that easily? • Coughlin supporters are exercising pressure on Station WMCA (which refused Coughlin broadcasts in New York unless the radio priest would first submit his scripts to the station) by sending threatening letters to commerdjal sponsors who have time on that station. • The threat is that unless the contract with WMAC is cancelled a boycott will be organized against the merchandise advertised. The New York West Side Conference for Racial and Religious Tolerance held its first meeting at the Grace Methodist Church laitt week. Protestants, Catholics and Jews united there in discussing countermeasures to be taken against *he anonymous parties who are distributing a leaflet entitled "The Christian Index" and exhorting the public to "buy Christian' 'only. Niel O'Hara, the syndicated columnist, wrote the other day that the official publicity agency for the Nazi government is Jewish-owned. • • That's news to us. • FAIR FACTS That gentleman in a high hat who on the day of the opening of the New York World's Fair pleaded with the watchman at the Palestine Pavilion, still closed to' the public at this writing, to let : him in, was none other than Justice Irving Lehman, brother of the Governor and one of the best-krtown non-Zionists in tpwn. Although all the exhibits in completely installed by the time this appears, and everything in the Palestine Pavilion will be tip-top shape for visitors, the Pavilion will not open till May 28th. There is still a lingering hope that Dr. Weizmann will get here in time for the firmal opening. Latest added attraction for this Pavilion will be a continually running movie on the Jewish colonization of the Homeland. The Cafe Tel Aviv, the garden restaurant in the Palestine Pavilion grounds, has already been reserved for parties by over a hundred Jewish organizations. It's strictly kosher, of course, on the rnilchig side. The only Yiddish inscription in the Fair exhibits is to be found in the Soviet Pavilion I t reads: "Arbeiter fen der velt, fareinigt eich" Among the flagpoles in the Lagoon of Nations area at the Fair one stands empty. It's the one on which the swastika is not flying. • ABOUT PEOPLE Arnold Zweig, author of "The Case of Sergeant Grischa," who has been living in Palestine for the past few years, is now a visitor in New York. Due to lack of fruit in his diet during the war years he had become nearly blind, but the citrus juices from Palestine groves have greatly improved his eyesight. But even now he has to dictate his works to his nineteen-year-old son, who acts as his secretary. .. The book on which Isaac Goldberg was working at the time of his death last summer has just been published. "From Ragtime to Swingtime" is the title, and Isidore Witmark, noted music publisher, is the co-author. • Did you know that Arthur Guiterman is the official poet laurcat of Governors Island, N. Y., by special appointment by General Frank McCoy? ... On top of this he also holds a similar position for Mayor La Guardia's administration, which makes him th' 1 McCoy in poet laureates Maurice Samuel, now working overtime to finish his translation of Sholem Asch's new novel, "The Nazarene," tells us its one of the finest books ever written about Jesus. Willie Hitler, half-Irish nephew of Badolf. has declared that if war breaks out he will fight for England• The new ambassador of the Soviet Union to the United States will be Constantin Oumansky, now charge d'affaires. .• Congratulations to economist Harold Laski on the engagement of his daughter. Diana, to Dr. Mathewson of Harvard. SOCIETY LEAVE FOR NORTH Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewis of Baltimore, Md, left for their home *here after spending the winter season at Miami Iieach. • • • VISIT HERE Mrs. Celia Cohen, of Hot Springs, Ark., is visiting in Miami with her daughter am! on inlaw, Mrand Mrs. Nat Filumberg. • • • UNVEILING TO TAKE PLACE The unveiling of a ton.' .tone to the memory of Mrs. Clara Greiff will take place Sunday afternoon at 3:30 at the Wood" lawn Cemetery Park. RahV Max Shapiro will conduct the services. All friends are Invil I to attend. *A NOT HER GAS RATES *THE SEVENTH VOLUNTARY REDUCTION WITHIN SEVEN YEAR! EFFECTIVE J U N E 1, 1939 1. FOR ALL CUSTOMERS USING A GAS REFRIGERATOR, EXCEPT THOSE ON OUR YEAR-ROUND "D" RATE These customers will be billed on a new Rate Schedule "B" which reduces the cost of gas more than 9% to individual customers and as much as 13% to apartment houses purchasing gas through one meter. 2. FOR ALL CUSTOMERS ON OUR YEAR-ROUND "D" RATE AND USING MORE THAN 25,000 CUBIC FEET OF GAS PER MONTH These customers will be billed on a reduc %  rate schedule which will save them from 2% to 10%, depending upon the quantity of gas used. 3. FOR ALL CUSTOMERS ON OUR REGULAR "A" RATE AND USING MORE THAN 2,000 CUBIC FEET OF GAS PZR MONTH These customers will be billed on a reduced rate schedule*which will save them from 1% to 4%, depending upon the quantity of gas used. Customers who are using a Gas Stove and Automatic Water Heeler, but who have not been using a Gas Refrigerator, may now do so lor as little as $1.35 per month additional Apartment house owners may save up to 25% by purchasing Gas through one meter instead of through individual apartment meters. An analysis showing such savings will be made upon request. { During the past seven years, under the present management. Gas Rates have been reduced 34% tor domestic customers, and more than 50% tor commercial customers. } PEOPLES WATER .. GAS COMPANY ** '^MtMfc'S: PORT LAUDERDALE *.-'>*..<„•... ...&.< .. MIAMI BEACH HOLLYWOOD


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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VOL. 12 NO. 1^
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MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1939
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Britain Statement On
Palestine Policy Not Ready
Lond-n. (WNS Palcor Agency)
I jj,i Bi Ish Government is not
vet in > position to make a state-
ly, on its future policy in Pal-
Mniafl Secretary %la]
[ wlm M Donald told the House
:is last Friday). Mr-
yKDoi 'd made this statement
-,,-,- to a question by Cap
tain L. F. Plugge, Conservativ
.: at rest rumors that
T, \v Paper in which the
poky will he announced would
i l.efore this weekend-
g the House of Com-
irlier in the week, the
Secretary said that Par-
Bsment would definitely be con-
re the Government's
Mw i becama operative. He
jaddt l will be done unless
i the approval of the
: been givfcn-" This
itstenv was made in answer
to a question by Colonel Josiah
| C. W< -i-'t wood. Ijjborite.
Previi isly Colonel Wedgwood
I had asked whether the declara
Ition of the new policy would not
I be postponed in order that fur-
thtr consideration might be given
I to th' matter in the light of the
I world --nation. He cited the
and signed by nearly 200 mem-
bers of the United States House
rf R- pn -intatives, representing
all major pa^^a and sections
of America, protesting the pro-
posed abandonment of the Bal
four Declaration.
Colonel Wedgwood suggested
that in view of the importance to
Great Britain of the good will of
America it might be well to post
pone publication of the White
Paper that is expected shortly to
announce the Government's fu-
ture policy for Palestine.
Mr. MacDonald answered that
although he understood that re-
ports of such a protest signed by
the Congressmen had appeared in
the American press, the state-
ment had not been communicated
to the British Government. "You
may be assured, however," he de-
clared, "that the Government's
future policy for Palestine will
be considered in the light of the
present situation, taking into full
account our obligations towards
both th'1 Ara^s and the Jews."
Davij Ben Gurion, Chairman
of th>- Jewish Agency Executive,
again warned th-' British Govern-
ment that the Jewish reaction to
the believed imminent publica-
tion of the Government's future
policy for Palestine would be
"with deeds directed at the frus-
tration of the new designs of
this policy that intends the de-
struction of Jewry's last hope"
| Favorable Report
British Guiana
Loud-- (WNS) Possiblities
'.-' settlement in British
Gjiana .mproved the refugee
:;.: ollowing unofficial ari-
nonncemei that the Anglo-
Aim.-i ai nimission had report-
ed f;f. on Guiana's poten-
tilltiej :, refugee haven. It
liably reported that
'f-f eon -ion was agreed the
--lory t absorb a great num-
ber of i gees after a short
period oi pioneering work- In-
dividual 'I'-mbers of the com-
i-xpressed optimism
'*' I icceas of the project
Provid,,! prepared and well or-
lurited ., was followed for
*e even tal colonization of the
territory.
The British Government is
'fady Mst jn a solution of
the rtfui;. problem although no
-ommittn.. ts have been made to
P-n the ilony to refugees. It
however, that the
Govemm. will take the neces-
ar- stepi to open the colony to
refugee The British Guiana
P|a" was first mentioned in the
Howe nf Commons last Novem-
*r by ivime Minister Neville
^smberl.-,;., following which a
"mission, made up of British
*nd Am, i an experts, was sent
'he territory to study its pos-
'*'l'ties for colonisation by ref-
ugees.
Th commission's report has
0t yn fceen delivered to German
Expected On
as Refugee Haven
authorities although it is believ-
ed that the greatest number of
refugees will be drawn from the
Reich and from those countries
now giving temporary shelter to
refugees.
Informed circles predicted that
th>' British Government's policy
on refugee settlement of British
Guiana would be announced this
week in a White Papei
tal with publication of a report
submitted recently by a group of
Anglo-American experts who
completed a survey of British
Guiana under the auspices of
President Roosevelt's advisory
Committee on Refugees with
British cooperation. It
ed that Colonial Secretary Mal-
colm MacDonald will also make
I statement in the II:
Commons this week in th.
nection,
Palestine Medical
Center Is Opened
Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agen-
cy )_Palestine's first M
Center was inaugurate,! on 1 -
day this week, four years after
the laying of the cornerstone. I
was declared open at a joint
meeting of the administrate
boards of Hadassah and of tne
Hebrew University with the par-
ticipation of members of the
University's Medical Pre Faculty.
(Continued on Page hu)
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
BROWN STUDY
Ths reason why it took Hitler
so long to answer F. D. R. was
that the speech was first worked
out by German embassy officials
in Washington, who were sup-
posed to import to it an appeal
to the American psychology, and
then was given over to Gabby
Goebbels for a final polishing-
up. If you want to get a good
idea of what life in Nazilarfd is
like today, read Oscar Schisgall's
"Swastika." which relates the ad-
ventures of an American couple
in Berlin last Fall. That inci-
dent of a British warship firing
on a Greek vessel carrying Jew-
ish refugees to Palestinewhich
has been denied in the British
Parliamentwill return to the
headlines. Credited to Dr-
Hjalmar Sehact is the crack that
a German feels about the annex-
ation of adjacent territories much
as the inmate of a jail feels about
the addition of a new wing to
the prison building. Believe it
or not, but the negotiations be-
tween Italy and Japan for a mil-
itary alliance were spiked by
none other than Hitler. ... He
didn't like the idea of so strong
a combination before Mussolini
had tied himself up with Nazi-
land in a similar alliance. .
Until recently Mussolini's per-
sonal dentist was a Jew. ... A
wit claims that this is the rea-
son why Hitler had an easy time
selling anti-Semitism to II Duce-
... A daughter of Joachim von
Rihbentrop. Hitler's foreign min-
ister and right-hand man, is be-
ing treated by a Jewish brain
specialist in Holland. .
WERE AXIS YOU
What's this about Uncle Sam
deliberately keeping from public
knowledge the information col-
lected on the scope and purnoses
and methods of Nazi propaganda
here, lest popular indignation be
vented on Nazi representatives
in this country' Aren't
Americans not only in this
country, but from Baffin Bay
-he Straits of Magellanen-
titled -o know that Nazism wants
nvert their lands into colon-
/ dependencies of a Fascist Eu-
,,,' .... And does anybody
think it's an accident that the
first dictator of the first Amer-
totalitarian StafrGerman
Busch of Boliviais the son of
a German immigrant and receiv-
ed much of his early military
trainlg from Ernst Roehm, who
later organized Hitler's storm
troopers before he was purged
in 1935? And that the Ger-
man'consul in San Francisco is
B former Nazi Minister to Boli-
v;, to whom is credited the per-
Buasion to Busch to establish to-
talitarianism and the extract.on
of a promise that before the
vear is out Bolivia will join the
Fascist axis? .
(Continued on Page Eight)
President Confers On
Wagner Rogers Bill
Washington, (WNS)A dele-
gation of refugee aid officials
and Jewish leaders conferred
here with President Roosevelt
on the Jewish child refugee plan-
Those present were Myron C.
Taylor, vice-chairman of the In-
tergovernmental Committee for
Refugees; Judge Samuel G. Mac-
Donald, chairman of the Presi-
dent's Advisory Committee on
Refugees; Judge Samuel I- Rose-
man of New York; former Jus-
tice Joseph M. Proskauer, George
L. Warren, Lewis L. Strauss,
Henry Ittleson, Sol Stroock, Paul
Baerwald, Nathan Straus and Dr.
Stephen S. Wise.
The President voiced satisfac-
tion with the work already ac-
culties and expressed the hope
cultaies and expressed the hope
that rapid progress would be
made. Mr. Taylor reviewed the
work of the Intergovernmental
agency and the accomplishment
of some of the objectives of the
Evian conference held at Evian-
les-Bains last summer.
Following the interview both
Mr. Taylor and Mr. MacDonald
cautioned against impatience, de-
claring that the ultimate success
of the refugee problem was de-
pendent on short periods of ex-
perimentation which were neces-
sary before great mass settle-
ments could be affected.
Twenty thousand German refu-
gee children would be permitted
to enter the United States under
provision of a measure approved
by a joint subcommittee of the
Senate and House Immigration
Committees. The measure, spon-
sored by Senator Robert E. Wag-
ner, of New York, would permit
10.000 children under fourteen
years of age to enter during
1940. and 10.000 during 1941. No
child could come to this country,
however, unless the Secretary of
Labor had received "satisfactory
assurances" that a responsible
individual or organization would
care for it. Children would be
admitted from Germany and the
territories it has annexed.
Y. M. H. A. HOLDS
GALA EVENT
Final plans have been com-
pleted for the annual Y. M. H. A-
Nominations meeting and ban-
quet to be held Wednesday even-
ing, May 17th at 8:30 p. m., at
the "Y" clubrooms 1567 S- W.
Fifth Street, with Chairmen Al
Pallot and Nat Blumberg in
charge.
Due to the action taken by the
Board of Directors which passed
a resolution giving all members
on record a free membership up
to January 1939 irrespective of
the amount of back dues they
may owe, la capacity crowd is
expected to be present-
The program will include Chief
of Police Leslie Quigg of Miami;
Mr. Maurice Grossman, executive
director, who will give a resume
of the progress and activities of
the past year; moving pictures in
technicolor of all activities of the
past year, followed by a banquet
dinner served to all present.
Immediately after the program
nominations will take place. The
only remaining officers are Al
Pallot and Harry Schwartz, three
year term board members; and
Dr. Samuel Beckman, two year
member, with all qjther offices
to be filled-
All members and prospective
members are cordially invited to
attend.
CZ ECH JEWS
LOSE CITIZENSHIP
Announce Palestine
Immigration Figures
Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agen-
cy)Eight thousand and twertty-
two Jewish immigrants have en-
tered Palestine since January 1,
1989, according to figures re-
leased by the Jewish Agency for
Palestine. Of this number 927
belonged in the category of capi-
talists, persons in possession of
a minimum of $5,000 apiece-
These capitalists were accom-
panied by 1.490 dependents. The
total as given includes persons
who, entering Palestine as visi-
tors, have been authorized to
remain.
The number of Jewish immi-
grants who entered in April was
1,656.
London, (WNS)Information
reaching this point from Prague
said that the Union of Czech
Jews had recently submitted a
note to the Party of National
Unity on the Jewish problem. A
special commission of the Party
was named to receive a delega-
tion representing the Union of
Czech Jews for the purpose of
discussion with them on economic
questions related to the Jewish
problem.
The Jewish community of Rak-
ovnik and the Czech Hussite
Church have reached an agree-
ment for common use of the syn-
agogue for worship. The Jewish
community will continue services
on Saturdays, the Hussites on
Sundays. In other Czech com-
munities similar agreements have
been made.
More than 150,000 Czechs,
mostly Jews, automatically lost
their Czech-Slovak citizenship on
May 1 under recent decrees, ac-
cording to official announcement.
After the surrender of the Sud-
etenland to Germany the Czech
government passed a law for re-
vision of all citizenship granted
after Nov. 1, 1918- All affected
by the law were asked to re-reg-
ister before May 1, 1939. Of
.160.000 persons involved, only
10,000 registered.





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PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1939


MARRIAGE
TAKES PLACE
The wedding of Mrs- Kay
Zalka, formerly of Miami to Mr-
Herman Rosenberg of New York
took place Sunday evening at the |
home of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka
with Rabbi Shapiro officiating.
Out of town guests attending
were Mrs. Edith Spector and
Mrs. Eva Pickholtz of New York,
mother and sister of the bride;
Mrs. Rosenberg and Mr. Louis
Rosenberg of New York, mother
and brother of the groom. The
couple left for a honeymoon trip
to Chicago after which they will
return to New York where they
will reside.

SPINOZA GROUP DRAWS
LARGE ATTENDANCE
The Spinoza Group still draw?
good crowds every Saturday af
ternoon- Rev. Gustave N. Haus-
mann of New York was the guest
speaker last Saturday and gave
an interesting talk on the early
period of Jewish history, dwell-
ing particularly on Abraham and
how he differed from his ances-
tors. Next Saturday afternoon
the Group will meet as usual on
the lawn, at 1059 Collins Ave-
nue, Miami Beach. After a mu-
sical program which will begin
at 2:30 p- m-, Dr. Wolfson will
give the third lecture on Adah
Ha-Am. All are welcome.

JUNIOR COUNCIL
ELECTS OFFICERS
The National Council of Jew-
ish Juniors, Miami Unit, held
election of officers Tuesday ev-
ening with Miss Charlotte Singer
elected president; Miss Josephine
Raxin, vice president; Miss Rose
Goodmark, recording sercetary;
Miss Elsie Rawlson, correspond-
ing secretary; Miss Sophie Bes-
vinick, treaurer; Board of Direc-
tors: Miss Belle Tannen, Mr.
Jimmy Siegendorf, Miss Trudy
Bandel, Miss Rose Becker and
Miss Lillian Willens- Miss Tru-
dy Bandel was appointed publici-
ty chairman.
The intallation of officers will]
be held in the form of a banquet
the first week of June.
The next meeting will take
place Tuesday, May 16th, at 9:00
o'clock p. m.. at 311 Washington
Avnue, Miami Beach. All mem-
bers and friends are cordially in-
to attend.

VISITS IN
NF.W YORK
Miss Dora Rosenhouse is in
New York City attending Teach-
-' snrine sessions at Whitehead
ol of Drama.
*
SHEKEL CAMPAIGN
CONTINUES
At a luncheon meeting presid-
ed at by Rabbi Max Shapiro,
general chairman of the Shekel
Campaign for Greater Miami, a
report was given indicating the
assurance that the goal of a min-
imum of 1,000 signatures will be
secured this year- Within one
week all names will be turned in
and a final report will be made.
All who are interested are asked
to attend the final luncheon of
the Shekel committee to be held
at the Palatial Restaurant Tues-
day, May 16th at 12:00 noon.
The Rabbis of Greater Miami
have dedicated this Saturday as
Shekel Sabbath to emphasize the
importance of the Shekel and the
need of \|>ting Mn the election
for delegates to the World Zion-
ist Congress. The election will
take place June 11th-
*
COUNCIL INSTALLATION
LUNCHEON TO BE HELD
The annual installation lunch-
eon of the Miami Section of the i ing, May 15th, at Beth David
National Council of Jewish Wo- Talmud Torah at 8:00 o'clock and
1225 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach. Tickets are one dollar
per person and may be obtained
from any member. In charge of
arrangements are co-chairmen
Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs- Alex
Goldstein and Mrs- Morris Plant
All members and friends are
urged to attend as the proceeds
are going towards a worthy
cause.
TO HOLD MOTHER'S
DAY PROGRAM
Junior Hadassah takes pleasure
in announcing its annual Moth
cr's Day program Monday oven-
men will be held Friday. May
19th at 12:30 at the Pan Ameri-
can Airport with Mrs. Clair i
cordially invites all mothers of
members and friends to he pres-
ent. The program will feature
mow, chairman, in charge of ar- ] a play, "Making Matrimony
rangements. Mrs. Simon is be-1 Count," directed by Mrs. Irwin
ing assisted by Mesdames Abe, Krick. in which several members
Rubin, Ralph Neufeld. Ignatz 0f Junior Hadassah will partici-
Wohl, Max Dreyer, Montefiore | pate. Miss Shoshona Seidell, who
MIAMI BEACH
MIZRACHI ELECTS
The first meeting of the Miami
Beach Mizrachi was held at the
Beth Jacob Synagogue last Sat-
urday night in the form of a
Melaveh Malkeh. Rabbi Mes-
cheloff opened the meeting and
acted as chairman for the even-
ing. Among the speakers were
Rabbi U. Felshin. who spoke on
the celebration of the "Hillulla
de Reb' Shimon Bar Yochai;"
which was celebrated that night;
Mr M. B. Frank. Mr. I. D. Spi
vak, Dr. De Koven. Mrs- I.- G.
Mills. Mrs. A- Berow.
Included on the program were
vocal selections by Cantor Mau-
rice Mamches and Cantor Bcrele
Kelemer; and a violin solo by
living Leihson. Refreshments
were served with Mrs. B. Kele-
mer, Miss S. Shpall, Mrb. M.
father last week in Philadelphia.]
Miss Robinson is a graduate of
Philadelphia schools and i-
tive in the social circles there.
Mr. Frankel is associated jn t|,J
hotel business and in i i -uniza-
tional work here- The v.-ddinJ
will be an event of June 17th at
the Majestic Hotel, Philadelphia
ORCHESTRA TO BE
REORGANIZED
All boys and girls, n n anil
women interested in plaj j:g jl
an orchestra are requeued t0l
communicate with Mr. Abraham]
Rramson, director, at thi Beth I
David auditorium, 135 N \V. 3r(jl
Avenue, .before 6:30 oVI -k, fn:
full details.
ANNOUNCE
ENGAGEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Morris i
wald of Oklahoma City. jun el
the engagement of their
te*r Zelma, to Henry |
Wolff of Miami, son of ar.i
Mrs. Eugene Wolff
Beach.
of Miamil
Miss Schonwald atten : i Ar-I
Selig, Moses Krieger, Jack Co-
hen, Morris Dubler, Harry Kor-
etsky and Ethel Rothlein. Mrs.
Isaac, Levin will art as toast-
master; Mrs. Lewis Brown will
install the officers; Mrs- Ralph
Neufeld will give the invocation
and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
the benediction. Mrs. L- J- McCaf-
frey president of the Dade Coun-
ty Federation of Women's Clubs
will be the guest speaker of the
afternoon and Miss Rose Stralh-
heim will give several selections
on the accordion. All those de-
siring to attend are requested to
communicate with Mrs. Simon at
2-1187 or the Council office,
3 6654 for reservations.
*
MOTHER'S DAY PROGRAM
TO BE GIVEN
The Stephen S- Wise Tamar de
Sola Pool Young Judea will hold
their annual Mother's Day cele-
bration Sunday afternoon at 4:00
p. m at Kaplan Hall, with Stan
ley'Tinter and Henry Mendell in
charge- An elaborate program
will be presented including Rabbi
Max Shapiro. Rabbi Colman A-
Zwitman and Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff as guest speakers, a one-
has spent much time in Palestine,
will direct members of the Fire-
side Group of Junior Hadassah
in a group of Palestinian songs
and dances; Miss Trudy Bandel
will render vocal numbers and
the Young Judeans, under the di-
rection of Miss Adele Segall, will
present several numbers.
The program will be followed
by a social hour.
Mescheloff hostesses during the | lington Hall. Washington, thel
evening. '. University of Oklahoma andl
Over fifty members of the Mi- graduated from the Univ< 'I
ami Beach Branch of the Miz- Wisconsin. She is a mi n -|
the Alpha Epsilon Phi
and is active in the social
ra<|i Organization of America
were enlisted at the first meet-
ing with the following elected as j of Oklahoma City,
temporary officers: Dr. De Ko-
ven, president; Cantor M- Mam-
ches, Mr. W. Weinberg and Mr-
Mr. Wolff received his
tion at Phillips High
j .. tu- Birmingham, and attend
A. J. Tobm, vice presidents; Mr- '
I niversity of Alabama a
member of the Zeta Beta
Phi Tau Phi fraternity
M- Feit. secretary and Mir. I.
Miller, treasurer.
The next meeting of the Mi-
roritn
I
I
.xhoo!,l
the!
is A
'i andl
He A
TARBUT CLUB
TO MEET
This season's final meeting of
the Tarbut Group, Hebrew speak
ing society, will be held Sunday
afternoon, May 14th at 3:00 p. m.
at the Lear School. 1500 Collins
ami Beach Mizrachi will be held
at the Beth Jacob Synagogue
Saturday night. May 20th. All
Beach men and women are cor-
dially invited to attend.

secretary of the Dade Federal!
i Savings and Loan Assoei.v.' in of|
Miami-
cipal speaker of the afternoon
will be Rabbi Colman A. Zwit
man, whose subject will lie "The
Contemporary i)-isis." Included
on the program will be selections
from the forthcoming 1 onk by
P. Puschkoff. member of the
group
During the past year the Tar-
but organization has cooperated
with the Palestine Hebrew Cul-
SPECIAL PROGRAM
TO BE HELD
The Royal Palm Chaptei
Z. A-, will hold a specie
6nt's Day program and
ENGAGEMENT
IS ANNOUNCED
The engagement of Miss Anne
Robinson, daughter of Mr. Joseph I Saturday evening, May
J. Robinson of Philadelphia, to th" Hotel Clevelander.
Avenue, Miami Beach. The prin-ljrving Frankel. son of Mr. and Street and Ocean Drive
Mrs- Max Frankel of Miami Beach. All parents and
Seach. was announced by her are cordially invited to
if A.I
Par!
iancel
I
Tenlll
I
i ..'Tidal
ture Fund, represented |n the
act rlay. military drill and mu- '
.,._, !-,.._. an u, United States by Dr- Simon Gina
sical selections. All members
and friends are cordially invited
to attend.

I. N. P. BRIDGE
TO BE HELD
berg, president v>f the plchirew
Writer's Association of Pales-
tine- Dr- Ginsberg visited the
Miami Branch and was one of
the lecturers at the Group meet-
ing. Oth'r lecturers heard were
The Miami Chapter of Senior, So]omon Woissman. head of the
Hadassah is sponsoring a dessert Jewfa>J S(.hoo] Rvstpm of M,m
bridge for the benefit of the, trea] Cana(ia; Mr R Fl.if, Jewish National Fund, Tuesday; der_ e(lll(.a.or. Mr T Puschkoff.
afternoon. May 16th at 1:00 p.; HUthor. and A. Frankelt journal-
m., at the Strand Restaurant,, ist pPrsons interested in the
I Hebrew language and its survival
are invited to attend the Group A
meeting conducted in Hebrew.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
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85 miles from Washington. D. C-. 60 miles
from Baltimore, Md; in the heart of the
Blue Ridge Mountains.
TENTH SEASON
OPENS JULY 1st
For information helpful to
you and your daughters,
write or phone
OWNER and DIRECTOR
Bertha Berkowich Levy
1625 S. W. 15th Street
MIAMI, FLA
Phone 2-5944
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SAUSAGE CO.
INC.
37th St. and Normal Ave.
CHICAGO, ILL.
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Pickled, Cooked and Smoked
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DEMAND IT FROM YOUR
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FRIDAY, MAY 12 1939
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
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FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1939
VOLUME 12.NUMBER 18
7- Time out for a brief report
from the executive director and
the officers.
8. Be the first to witness the
completion of our newly erected
stage.
9. Come and see the improve-
ments made on the athletic field
10. And finally and foremost
and be amazed.
the annual nominations of offi-
cers am(| directors to serve you
and the Y. M. H. A. for the en-
suing year.
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All I can say is that if you
believe in the Y M. H. A., and
its meritorious work in this com-
munity and its strivings to serve
as a Jewish Center for all boys
and girls and men and women
then we certainly feel assured of
your presence Wednesday, May
17th at the annual nominations
banquet.
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STRONG Y. M. H. A. TEAM
HOLDS UP REST OF LEAGUE
SOCIETY
STAND UP AND BE COUNTED
The 1939 Y. M. H A. diamond-
ball edition has taken it on the
chin in their first three games.
In the opener against Civic
League the boys lost a tough one
Th 3 week has been set aside as National Shekel Week to i. With the Y. M. C. A.
when i ery Jewish man and woman will be asked to become a aa thpir opponents they were
Shekel holder. I ">"< to 5 and in their third
_, ., ,...... ; game the Miami Awning team
The nominal price of the Shekel is insignificant but its defeated :he "Y by a 9 to 3
polit-.i value is vital in the present international situation. A score' And because of these
Shek> I impliM the endorsement of the Zionist efforts in Pales- happenings the Y. M. II. A. i<
tine Whatever theoretical differences one may hold regarding now in ,;,st p,aco in the Miami
pohti il Zionism generally, today to be a Shekel holder means B ach IfB8 ^V!^ i
\' J J ing up the rest of the teams. I
to h< ecure the Jewish position in Palestine and to take a ,.... illst pictu,.e many of the "Y"
stain': v the side of those who are struggling with their backs fans losing heart but I was given
to thi .vail to keep the doors of Palestine open for our home- little poem by Mr. Grossman
less refugees.
1 British Government is coldly realistic. It is ready to
sacri!: ce the Jewish claims and achievements in Palestine to
the terrorists because it believes that the Jews of America are
not interested sufficiently in the Zionist cause to take Great
Britain to account for its violation of the spirit and the letter
of th> Ralfour Declaration. Every Shekel sold serves notice on
the B ritisb Government that there is another American citizen
who : enrolling among the guardians of the Yishuv and who
will insist that Great Britain keep its pledge to the Jewish
peopl if it is to have the confidence and cooperation of
Amen .
T least a Jew who is not a member of the Zionist Organ-
ization Poale Zion, Mizrachi or Hadassah can do is to be a
B'NAI B'RITH
BRIEFS
BY SIDNEY L- SEGALL
Sholem Lodge held its regular
monthly business meeting on
Wednesday evening in Kaplan
Hall, Temple Israel, instead of
Tuesday, in deference to the na-
tion-wide celebration of the open-
ing of the new Rothschild Hadas-
sah University Hospital and Med-
ical School atop Mt- Scopus, Jeru-
salem, Palestine, the local dedi-
cation1 ceremonies having been
sponsored by Senior Hadassah in
the form of a banquet held at
the Alcazar Roof. The occasion
was broadcast through Station
WIOD locally. Congratulations
to the several brothers who sup-| he purchased from Mrs. Sol.
ported this wonderful event by j Weinkle, ticket chairman by call-
their attendance. It would have ( ing 2-2145 or from any member
been a splendid gesture if all the of the Sisterhood. All member'
officers of the Lodge, at least,
had attended the affair.
OFFICERS TO BE
INSTALLED AT LUNCHEON
Beth David Sisterhood will
hold their annual installation
luncheon Wednesday afternoon.
Mav 17th at 12:30 n. m., at the
Reth David Talmud Torah with
Mrs. J. EngW and Mrs. T,. Hartz
in charge of arrangements.
AC ing as toastmaster will be
Mrs. Merer Schwartz: installing
officer Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz;
delivering the invocation Mrs.
Max Shapiro and Rabbi Max
Shapiro the benediction. Cantor
Louis Hayman will nresent the
program consisting of addresses
by Mr- M. J. Kopelowitz. presi-
dent of the Congregation* and
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Tickets may
-fl-
Our sincere condolences to
Brothers Sam and Harry Simon-
hoff. Brother Harry left sud-
denly last week for New York
where the sister of the two broth-
ers passed away.
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that seems very apropos.
It is easy enough to be pleasant.
When life goes along like a
song.
But the man worth while.
Is the man with a smile,
When everything goes dead
wrong.
I hope you like it?
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Following is a schedule of the
games to be played by the "Y"
.luring ;he first half of the Mi-
ami Beach League season:
Mav 1Civic League vs. Y- M.
H A.; May 3Y. M H. A. vs.
V M. C. A.; May 9Y. M. H. A.
Shek.l holder. Call any Zionist worker and a Shekel will be Vs. Miami Awning; May n-R'v-
deUvered to you. Shekel Week calls upon every Jewish man I
and woman to stand up and be counted among the defenders
of Zior in its most critical period.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
I
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
HIIIIIHIII" iHHflMHW
CHIEI
HEM I
<1 IGG SUMMONS ALL
l!S TO Y. M. H. A.
KDNESDAY
Real Hear Ye: All mem-
Y M. H. A- are here-
by iun .1 to appear at the
''Y" Clul : ionu, 1567 Southwest
Fifth St t, Wednesday, May
l"th at s o p. m., at which time
'he bigj event on the "Y"
calendar will take place.
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ANNUAL NOMINATION
OFFICERS
OF
F'fty Reasons why you should
k Present; here's ten of them:
1 Bsai.i of directors in final
wsion passed a resolution giving
*" memlers on the books, irres-
Pwtive of the amount of back
dues you may owe: a Free Mem-
bership up to January 1. '
2. By paying the minimum
sum of *3.00 your
paid up to July 1. 1939; I
making you eligible to b
candidate or select
and vet.- in the coming el*
:! j.;. /tlbi rl Pallot and N'ath"
aM s. Blumberg co-chairmen of
this outstanding event ah-,
forbid women to attend; w epl
female entertainers.
4 \ banquet supper with
feeds and drinks fit for the king
and queen of England
-, Gala entertainment featur-
ing Chief Leslie Qujge^l hls
hypnotism ace plus *
6 Herman Wait-man and Ms
eyes and oars of the Y camera
giving you a resume of all
activity during the past year m
technicolor pictures.
\|.1V i."Turner's Sports vs. Y.
M. H. A.; May 18-Y. M. H. A.
v- Civic' League; May 22 Y.
M C A. vs. Y. M. H. A.; May
"4Miami Awning vs. Y. M. H-
A.; May 30-Y. M. H. A. vs.
Riverside Laudnry; June 1Y.
M. II. A. vs- Turner's Snorts;
.Tune 5Y. M. H. A. vs. Y. M. C.
A.: June RCivic League vs. Y.
M. H A.: June 12Y. M. H. A.
vs Miami Awning; June 14
R rside Laundry vs. Y. M. H-
\ : and the finale Turner's Sports
vs. Y M. H. A. The winner
A delegation fro m Sholem
Lodge composed "f Brothers Elry
Stone, Dr. Frank Coret, Ben T.e
Vine. Harry Koretsky and Harry
Novack, assisted in the installa-
tion of a new B'nai B'rith Lodge
at St. Augustine last Sunday.
Twenty members were initiated.
Several hundred people, local
residents of St. Augustine ai\d
visitors, attended the ceremonies
which were very impressive.
Brother Philip Selber. Secretary
of Jacksonville Lo3ge, was head
of the crack degree team which
put on the installation. Brother
Selber is to be congratulated for
the excellent manner in which he
conducted the ritual. "Yours
truly" is advised that it was a
fine piece of work A delega-
tion from Daytona Beach Lodge
was also present to add further
dignity to the occasion-
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Congratulations to all the
Brothers who participated in the
installation and who made the
trip. Best wishes for success to
St. Augustine Lodge.
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and friends are cordially invited
to attend.
*
COUNCIL DAY
TO BE HELD
Monday. May 22nd. all day the
president and vice-president and
on lav members of th.1 Miami
Section National Council of Jew-
Isr Women, will act as hostesso*
at Burd'ne's on Flaeler Street
All members and friends are in-
to 'oiyio and do incli-
ning at Burdine's that day.
a 'he Jacksonville Lodg-1 is
sponsoring the installation of a
new lode-e at Gainesville, the
State University seat. The big-
day is about two weeks away. A
large doiogatio from SV 'eni
Lodge is expected to ma" the
trip. Further details- later.
---------B---------
A dance is being planned by
Sholem Lodgean innovation
free admission to Brothers who
are paid un members in good
standing. So get your dues ir..
Brothers, otherwise yo->'ll mis*
this next big affair. The time
and place will be announced next
week.
---------B---------
The meeting Wednesday night
was well attended. It's interest-
ing to note the greater interes'
shown hv an increasing number
of Brothers at each meeting-
More Brothers ar participating
in discussions on the floor. This
tends to make a snannv moetinc?
and "wall flower' 'auditors shouM
Expansion of B'nai B'rith con-1 |>(1 encouraged more and more in
tinues on its march. We hear I ,his ^jroetior,
Optner will sp^ak on Mothers; the Y. M- H. A., just returned
greetings will be brought from from the North.
Senior Council by "Mrs. Benjamin n,.. Barney Weinkle. manager
0f j I-e Vine; Junior Council. Miss of fna y M H. A Hiamondha'.'.
first naif will oppose the Charlotte Singer; Senior Hadas-. team became so desperate after
vinner of the second half for! Mrs. Moses Kreiger: Junior thP ..y Io?t thoil. thir(f Btralg.nt
' ,. ... nqmp(i! Hadassah. Mrs. Irving Querido;
, hamnionship. Last namei
'
Sundav School. Mrs. Eva Plant:
ream is home team.
... ___ f.. -t Maurice Grossman, executive di-
Doubleheader games start at!
. ;* nnlv r*Ctor. will represent the V M.
n. m; seven innings onl>- ,,.. oli j n
* ^ nf s-sn n m-' H. A, and Mrs. Marion Shindell
Smgle games start at R..l P- -t
____Mi u iv- wi welcome the guests.
ngg. No games Will be pla> | ^^ _____ ^ ^ ^
o,i on Friday for which we are
all very happy.
MOTHERS DAY PROGRAM
The V. W H. A. will sponsor
its annual Mother's and Father's
Hay program which will be held
on Tuesday evening. May K.th at.
The program will also include
a reading by Miss Evelyn Aus-
lander. a trumpet solo by Al
Signer accompanied, by Billy
Goldwebber at the piano; Phyllis
and Marilyn Shulman will sing
and dance.
Members of the Junior and sub-
Junior Divisions fYill serve as
t the building.' hostesses during the evening.
8-00 p. m-. at tne i viuwhuii
,ocated at 1567 S. W. Fifth street.
Miss Ida Engler will act as
chairman of the evening and will
introduce the guest speaker,
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Mrs. Ida
The public is invited. Refresh-
ments will be served.
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GOINGS ON AROUND TOWN
Dr. Harold Rand, Secretary of
game that he decided to let the
bench warmers who were th#
stars of last year get ready to
nlay in the next game which will
be against the leading Turner's
Sport Shop team.
M"re than 200 members ar*
expected to be on hnd for the
annual Y. M. H. A. nomination
night when plenty of fireworks
will take place.
Helen Syman. representing the
Beth David Sisterhood, was the
recipient of May Queen honor* at
the annual Jun>r Hadassah
dance.
All roads and arrows will be
pointing to the Y. M. H. A. next
Wednesday, May 17th, at the au-
annual Nominating meeting.



PAGE FOUR
THE JEWI81FL0MDIAN
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1546 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
Mrs.
secre-
BOARD TO MEET
On Tuesday night, May 16th
there will be held a very import-
ant meeting of the Board of the
Congregation. Due to the urg-
ency of problems to be taken up,
it is imperative that the members
of the Board be present.
SYNAGOGUE NOTES
In the absence of Rabbi Kellner,
the weekly class in Pirke Aboth,
or the Ethics of the Fathers will
be conducted by Rev. I. Margolis.
The class as usual will mt in
the synagogue at 5:15 p. nv, fol-
lowed by Mincha services.
BAR MITZVAH
The Bar Mitzvah of Irvin Fut-
tcrfass was celebrated in the Syn-
agogue on Monday morning, May
8th- We take this means of ex-
tending to him, his parerrts and
grandparents, our sincerest con-
gratulations and the hope that he
will grow up to be a worthy son
of Israel.
REFUA SHELAMA
We regret to report that our
friend and sister, Mrs. J. Swisko
is ill in the hospital anl we hope
and pray that she will be granted
from Heaven a Refu Shelama.
CLOSING EXERCISES OF THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL
A large and enthusiastic au-
dience attended the annual clos-
ing exercises of the Sunday
School. Mrs. Ida Buckstein pre-
sented the faculty members with
gifts on behalf" of the Ladies Aux-
iliary and Mr. Drevich, president
of the Congregation, greeted the
parents and children. The chil-
dren of the school presented a
most beautiful program of songs
and play in the form of a moving
panoroma of Jewish life as re-
flected through our religious hol-
idays.
HABANOTH
The Buds
The mother and daughter tea
will be held on Tuesday afternoon
at 4:00 p. m., in the Y. M H. A.,
on May 17th. The arrangements
committee under the guidance of
their sponsor, Mrs. George Chert-
kof, are planning an afternoon to
be remembered. It is suggested
that the members be on time so
that the installation of offficers in
the candlelight ceremony be held
as planned.
The Girls of the Blue and White
The mother and daughter tea
of this group will be held Mon-
day afternoon, May 16th at the
Y. M. H. A. The sponsor. Mrs.
Samuel Tannenbaum. has a very
entertaining afternoon in store
for the members who will enhance
the program with their own con-
tributions.
The Debs
The cultural program this week
will be under the guidance of the
cultural chairman who will con-
tinue the program as was out-
lined by their sponsor. Due to
the absence of Rebettzen Kellner.
the group will continue to meet
in the Y. M- H. A., on Tuesday
afternoon at 4:00 p. nv
LADIES AUXILIARY ELECTS
OFFICERS
The Ladies Auxiliary met
Tuesday evening when the an-
nual election of officers took
place. Mrs. William Clein was
elected president; Mrs.
Chertkof, vice president;
H. M- Kagan, recording
tary; Mrs. Albert Furman, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Leo
Axelrod, financial secretary; Miss
Margaret V Kaplan. tfeasurer;
Mrs. Ida Buckstein, Mrs. I Rs-
engarten, Mrs. J Louis Shochet.
Mrs. Nathan Adelman, Mrs. S.
Stein, Mrs. H. Farbcr, Mrs. Louis
Leavitt, Mrs. Morris Rappaport
and Mrs- H. Traeger, board of
directors.
ANNUAL PICNIC
The annual Sunday School and
Hebrew School picnic will be held
May 28th with Mrs. thas. Tan-
nen'baum. chairman, in charge of
arrangements. Details will be
announced in next week's issue.
((JACKSONVILLE
}} NEWS ))
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Zim-
merman announce the birth of a
son, Bernard John, Jr., on Sat-
urday, April 29th, in St Vin-
cent's Hospital.
A celebration of the opening
and dedication of the first medi-
cal center in Palestine was held
here by the Senior Hadassah
Chapter, the Women's Zionist
Organization of America, last
Tuesday evening in the Jackson-
ville Jewish Center. This was
the final meeting of the sason,
and a feature of the program was
the installation of officers for
the coming year. Those installed
were: Mrs. Ira Stein, president;
Mrs. Joe Strauss, first vice pres-
ident; Mrs. Ike Witten. second
vice president; Mrs. William Ros-
enberg, recording secretary; Mrs.
Perry Kantor. financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Bennie Baker, corres-
ponding secretary and Mrs Jos-
eph M. Glickstein. treasurer.
Mrs. D- H. Lasarow, past pres-
ident, prosified at the meeting
and gave a final report of the
work for the year
FRIDAY, MAY
S 0 CIETY
MIAMI MIZRACHI MEETS
The Greater Miami MteridJ
Dist.ict has ordered a cess
of activities for the -ilg'.'
weeks in order to enable the rcM
bership to engage actively \:l".A
Shekolim sale, currently ,
Family
ed by the Zionist
Miami.
The nlembership i. urgej
lend every effort post
supremely important
":sl
ty in the crucial houi that J
movement finds itself i ,r jjroj
has named Mr. Maui-i,. GnsJ
man to the city-wi j
board, who represei |., .>
Kellner during his ab- a. ,J
Mizrachi Convention
City.
At the last meeting f the ,
ganization, it was
agreed upon to affili.;
local federation of .1 -h \vejl
fare Funds and at a J
meeting of the Ad ,
Board, Mr. Philip Ei
named to represent th 0 .]
tion on the Board of \
the Federation.
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FRIDAY,
MAY 12, 1939
_THg^JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Kabbi 497 Southwest 1Mb Road
Offi<- I'hone 2-1473
Home I'hone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR
THE YEAR
Daily rvices at 7:00 a. m., and
5:30 P. "
SaM a Services Saturday
;;. ..: S:80.
Jnni 'ongregation Services-
gam, morning at 10:30.
Da;:_, Hebrew School3:15 to
6:15 ;
SchoolSunday at 10:00
o'clo jc.
Bu: tzvah GroupSunday at
:0U clock.
FI> VL EXAMINATIONS
\ -.< will begin the final
, v. ns promptly at 10:00
a m Sunday. Parents are
indicative of the necesarj inter
eat on your parl I lr in.
Btitution-
Show th;n interest by attend
ing this dinner and meeting.
Election of members to the ad-
ministrative board and annual
reports will take place.
UNVEILING
The unveiling "f an
in memory of tl
Grieff will take pla Sund y af-
ternoon al the W.....Ilawn Ceme-
tery at 3:30.
NOCIU'M AVAELIM
urgi-i
In thi
chilil ri
ranced
dom
At .
(tram
A
become more interested Rippa, th
gioUS work of theij- an,| Mr.
no child will bu ad-
inlesa the year's work is
10 a Mother's Day pro
il-'i- the direction of Miss
egall will be presented
PICNIC OUTING
Wi wire shotk< '1
the untimely
w i f
).
to
of
we did not wait to be called
upon, we were always ready.
It has been our earnest hope
and still is that as Jewish
American women, we must first
give thanks to the glorious
country we live in, and as part
of the most outstanding Jewish
woman's organization in Amer-
ica that we concern ourselves
with problems for the betterment
of our people, community, State
and Country. The chance is ours
to cope with the solution of these
things, shall we be "isolation-
ists" and escape that opportu-
nity?
In conclusion, I as your Pres-
utdnj take ,this opportunity to
thank you for giving me the
privilege this year in trying to
further the architectural plan
"f Miami Section. Your support
to your President and your Sec-
tion will he In spur those women
whom you elect and place in of-
fice to do the things that first-
ly we are directed by National,
and also in furthering our com-
munal civic work.
In the words of that outstand-
ing newspaper commentator Hey-
nl Broun, may I close "Ours
been a world of blood and
terror, and a chronology of
Mars almost reads like a chap-
ter of Biblical begats. Yet not'
forever will humankind live un-
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7746
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. KABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6996 Indian Creek Drive8-1285 B80 N. E. 31st St.2-9541
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
rather er birth of the Rabbla will be In the Temple every morning.
You may consult with th-m on matters concerninK the Jewis commu-
nity, or you- personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held in
strict confidence.
The annual Sunday School pic-
nic take place the 21st of
kUj Las Olas Casino, Fort
Uudi a Busses are being
i for to take care of all
vho do not have means
foi portation. Prizes will
! led to the boys and girls
who xrel in athletic games.
ANN! \l. DINNER ANT)
MEETING
f M,fl. \1. ,|er the spell of the serpent. The
of Mose Rippa old order changeth. It seemed
Levine, the son of to me that into the tired voi"e
Mr. and Mrs. S N Levine. May. ,,f Roosevelt there came a new
the Almighty assuage the pain note when he said that America
in this hour of sorrow and may still hitched its wagon to a star
the souls .f th< se beloved ones There was something electric in
be bound up in th f eter- his expression of hope for the
nal life. days to come, his belief in the
Th untimely death of Mr, Sid -I Ian-' vision rather than the
ney Arnson, the son in-law of small. His words rang out- And
Mr. and Mrs Sam Blank cam' should ours. Let each of us
as a shock to the community, lift up his voice, let each lift
W
un his head Your Section pres-
ident hopes that for the cominr
yeai of Miami Section, that we
too lift up our voices for Faith
and Humanity, and keep our
xtend greetings to Rabbi wagon hitched to the
May God console the widow Mrs.
Arnson. and the entire "Mish-
pacha" family.
MOZEL TOY
W
tion i
who
annual
It 6 I
pay particular attcn-
members anil wives
id the Congregation's
i and meeting this
day evening, May 14
Colman Zw'itman al the celebra
tion of his birthday. H iw well
he has i arried out "Li Torah Uli
Maasim Tovim" since his arrival
is evidenced by hi- many accom-
plishments pi Miami. We pa
tiently awail I extend our "Ma
-,..] Tov" whi '' "'"'
fhupah" as well <
good will for all and grateful to
our God for permitting us to live
i thi- glorious United States.
Respectfully submitted,
ETTA W. LE VINE,
President.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
Regular services will be held
at the Tempi* this Friday even-
ing, May 12th, at 8:15 p. m.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
deliver the sermon on the sub-
ject: "In Quest of Faith."
The services will be conducted
by Dr- Jacob H. Kaplan.
A reception, tendered by the
Sisterhood, in honor of Rabbi
Zwitmar.'s birthday celebration,
will follw the services. The
committee in charge of arrange
ments consists of: Mrs. Harold
B. Bpaet. chairman; Mrs. Gor-
don Davis, Mrs. Samuel Kanner,
Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs- Sol Lut-
sky, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs.
Ida Optner, Mrs. Max Orovitz.
Mrs. Morris Plant and Mrs. .1.
A. Richter.
We cannot close without ex-
pressing our appreciation of co-
operation to the fullest extent
from the entire staff of the
Jewish Floridian, they have been
grand and most faithful to us,
without them we could not have
conveyed to you all just what
Miami Section. National Council
of Jewish Women has accomplish-
ed) during the year, and what
further efforts it is putting forth
to accomplish further. Au Re-
voir from the entire Section.
Your presence will be lions.
A Message from the Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Women
A-

J
the Miami
nal Council "r
I, we put forth th''
of the Section
-t year:
i n a pleasurable year
k. in the field of
i\\>r, with gratrfy-
which could only be
thi cooperation of the Jewish i
""mi f Miami Section, and stres
our \ g friends from the
North g the winter season.
tried during the past
ing forth not only t<>
our m< ri at large but to the
Wmmui what Council stands
for. a.... bearing in mind the
I f Cnuncil's emblem,
"Fa'"h d Humanity"
Throui our affiliations with
the Dai Federation of Women's
Clubs, Central Council of
So ial Vgenciea, and the Jove-
"'''' Coum .1. we in that way have
tan able to function and take
Par' in inmunal civic life, both
lively and in an advisory cap-
acity. Al
VI Se<
of if
Committe.
for War. this
a function ng bodj
faction '-
'
van spirit of D
We have tried to |
or every point of I
Se
Application's are now open fur
Hannah G. Solomon Schol
. Awards which are given
each v.ar by the Juniors for
graduate work in social servi ''
V v young Jewish man or wo-
... is eligible to apply, provided
he has the required educa-
,' qualification and is ser
iouslj interested in social work.
scholarships are grantei
t the "f Chicago. Tu
and the University in Exile,
mg man or woman in
. Miami desiring to place
such an application to the Nat
I ,ncjl of Jewish Women.
them dire t to National at
Broadway, New York, send-
. copy of application to the
Miami Section, 606 Congress
I' i Iding, Miami.
w ...... any Miamians visit the
\. York World's Fair this sum
particularly on Council Day.
I2th, don't forge! to visit
ffice and gel acquainted
The annual Congregational
meeting and supper will be held
at the Temple on Wednesday ev-
ening, May 17th, 1939, at 6:30
o'clock.
TEMPLE ISRAEL CONFIRMA-
TION MAY 23RD, 1939
The annual Confirmation ser-
vices will be held on Shavuoth,
Tuesday evening, May 23rd, at
8:00 p- m. A most inspiring re-
ligious program has been ar-
ranged, with the confirmands
treating the following phases of
Jewish life in their address:
CONFIRMATION
1- The Meaning of Confirma-
tionFlorence Marcus.
2 The Story of Confirmation
Robert Alan Kanter.
3. The Day of Confirmation,
ShavuothMelvin I* Green.
TEACHERS OF OUR RELIGION
4. The Bible and Other Jewish
WritingsLawrence Earte Si
ger.
B. Patriarchs, P r o h e t s,
PriestsRuth Miriam Wolkowsky
TEACHINGS OF OUR RELIGION
fi. GodMorgan I. Levy.
7. The Place and Duty f
ManTheodore M- Hyman.
8. The Choice of IsraelIrma
Bernstein-
9. The Law of Holiness and
Holy DaysMyron Joseph Cowea
(Continued on Pane Six)

Educ.tion.^Ser>
with a >' ri
F ireign BoriV,
Social I eg Blation
plete understands
lev,!......ent of human rel
Jhip in the work
forth. We have tried .
late our
munity, asking ,
.. Tin.
existing groups.
the year I
wSlliwgnes I
bility: if il had b
(li(, it, whether pl n0t'
be banpy at the Nation-
1 office to extend thai hospital
Mrs Benjamin 1- Vine, re-
,! President of Miami Sec-
for another year of pleaaanl
. work, bids this colmn
mtil the late summer.
ial new- can be re.
tav,,, to Miami at large will
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PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MAY 12.



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BETH JACOB CONGREGATION }
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beateh
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
625 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 6-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 5-2013
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
Daily services are held each
morning at 7:00 and 8:00 a m.
Evening services are conducted
at 6:30 and 7:00-p. m. Sabbath
services are held at 6:30 Friday
night, a single service at 8:30
Saturday morning and Mincha at
6:30- Rabbi Mescheloff will
preach this Sabbath morning on
"In the Mount." He will speak
on the "Portion of the Week" at
Shalosh S'oodoss between Mincha
and Maariv. Cantor Maurice
Mamches will chant the services-
MINNIONAIRES
The Minnionaires will meet for
their Sunday morning service,
followed by a communal break-
fast served by the Sisterhood at
9:00 a. m. Cantor Mamches di-
rects these young men in their
prayers. A regular meeting will
be held at 7:30 Wednesday night.
HABANOTH
A grand time was had by all
the Htf-anoth of Miami Beacji
who joined in the Lag Ba'Omer
celebrations. They met at the
synagogue at 9:00 a m. Thence
they were brought by bus and
car through the kind service* of
the Ratlki : Cabs, to Greynolds
Park. There the day was spent
in swimming. boating. playing
games, singing song* and learn-
ing a number of Lag Ba'Omer
melodies.' ''The girls were super-
vised by 'their athletic director,
and by the sponsors, Mrs. "M.
Mescheloff and Mrs. L. G. Mills.
The Miami Beach Habanoth
was glad to welcome a number
of Miami Habanoth to this out-
ing, and offer their helpfulness
to them whenever they will be
on. f -
BIBLE STUDY COURSE
Wednesday night, at 8:00 p. m-,
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on
"The First Patriarch" in the
study of the Bible. All adults
are cordially invited to this ed-
ucational course. To date the
attendance has been most grati-
fying and inspired.
MIZRACHI OF MIAMI BEACH
The first meeting and Melaveh
Malkeh of the Miami Beach Miz-
rachi, held at our synagogue
last Saturday night was a grand
success from every point of view
attendance, membership, pro-
gram, refreshments. The Miami
Beach Mizrachi vvll meet again
at a Melaveh Malkeh to be held
at the synagogue Saturday night
May SOth Our officers are
planning another grand program.
All men and women are invited.
MAZOL TOY
Our cordial best wishes to Mr.
and Mrs- Joseph Shapiro, their
family and friends, on their mar-
riage which took place at our
synagogue Sunday afternoon. A
very larR attendance graced the
wedding ceremony which was
prformea by Rabbi Mescheloff
with <*e assistance of Cantor
Mamches. Berele Kelemer, Rabbi
U. Felshin and Mr. D. Saltzman.
father of the bride-
A gala supper was served af-
ter the ceremony, at which hun-
dreds of telegrams from many
states in the Union were read and
Mr- Saltzman held a very earnest
and welcome speech.
CONDOLENCE
Our deepest sympathies are ex-
tended to the family and friends
of the late Shdney L. Arnson
who passed away last week in
the prime of his life. At the fun-
eral service held in our syna-
gogue before the body was sent
Palestine Medical
Center Is Opened
Originally scheduled to be com-
pleted in June, 1938, work on the
Medical Center was delayed by
the unsettled conditions due to
Arab terrorism of the past three
years.
Designed by Erich Mendelsohn,
noted architect exiled from Ger-
many, the buildings of the Med
ical Center are long and low, of j
modern design and made of white '
stone, is comprised of the Uni- j
versity Hadassah Rothschild
Hospital, containing almost 300 j
to its rest in Cleveland, Ohio,
were hundreds of those who had bedg" bu'il(. Qn nlodern iines with
known and respected the depart- j compiote research and clinical
ed- May
reaved.
God console the be-
REI.IGIOUS SCHOOL
GRADUATION
The annual promotion a ji d
graduation of Religious School
pupils will take place Sunday
evening, May 14th at 7:30 p- m.,
in our new synagogue building.
A beautiful ceremony will be
conducted by the graduating
class of our Sunday sessions.
This will be under the direction
of our school supervisor, Attor-
ney A. L. Mechlowitz. Prayers,
addresses, songs, and a school
presentation will be part of this
program. The musical part of
the program is supervised by our
Cantor.
Awards and prizes will bo dis-
tributed to all children by Mrs.
M. B. Frank, synagogue presi-
dent; Mrs. B. H. I/mdon. Sister-
hood president; and Mrs. Floyd.
Parents are urged to come with
their children Announcements
of promotion in daily and Sun-
day classes will be made at this
time.
CORRECTION
Mrs. A. J. Tobin, whose name
was omitted from the list of
newly elected officers of the
Sisterhood in our report last
week, was unanimously elected as
one of the Sisterhood vice-pres-
idents May God bless her in
her work for our synagogue and
school-
TEMPLE ISRAEL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page Five)
THE HISTORY AND DESTINY
OF ISRAEL
10. The Glory of Israel's His-
toryGerald H. Braz.
11. The Messianic Hope
Richard Samuel Hodes.
A full program of the Confir-
mation service will appear in
next week's Bulletin.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
"Upon the children of the
schools, does all the world de-
pend"Talmud (Tractade Srjb-
bath 119b)
Lag Ba'Omer (the Scholar's
Holiday) was celebrated at the
Temple Israel Religious School
last Sunday, with a "Book Week"
program. Reports on books of
Jewish interest were given by
Rosanne Cliff, Natalie Le Vine.
Carol Aronovitz, Wallace Bishof
anil Nathan Ratner.
On Sunday morning, May 14th
a Mother's Day program will be
presented by the children whose
mothers are teachers in our Re-
ligious School. Mothers of chil-
dren attendin gthe School are
especially invited to attend.
CALENDAR OF TEMPLE
EVENTS
May 18thAnnual Congrega-
.laboratories, a maternity divis-
ion, outpatients' clinic, a Cancer
Research Institute and X Ray
and Radiology Departments; the
Nathan Ratnoff (named after the
New York physician) College of
Post-Graduate Medicine and Hy-
giene devoted to tropical dis-
eases; the Henrietta Szold School
of Nursing, named after the
founder of Hadassah and includ-
ing a nurses' residence.
SOCIETY
ANNOUNCEMENT
IS MADE
.Mr Philip Romer. president of
the Miami Beach Kosher Butcher
Association, has announced that
the public has received with great
exuberance, the statement that
beginning May fith all kosher
butchers on Miami Beach will be
closed Saturday evenings but will
be open Sundays as usual.
*
LARGE ATTENDANCE AT
HADASSAH DINNER
Attended by a large crowd wa
tional Dinner and Membership
Meeting, 6:30 p. m-
May 21stClosing exercises of
the Religious School, 11:00 a. m.
May 23rdTuesday evening at
8:00, Confirmation services.
May 26thFriday evening at
8:15, Graduation exercises. Grad-
utes of the High School Depart
ment are: Julius Bearman, Bev-
erly Cohen, Frank Davis, Blanche
Goldstein. R e n e e Greenfield.
Frances Rose Katz, Jack Metz-
ger, Marjorie Reichenbach, Ber-
nadine Roth, Jack Rubin and
Gladys Wolfe.
May 28thAnnual Religious
School Picnic.
May 29thSisterhood Installa-
tion Luncheon.
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at ihis modern. lira-
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LUMrUKI room with tub and
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radio, and Venetian blinds. Every bod
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lamp. Running ice water on every floor.
0UIA PPIICED
COCKTAIL LOUNGE and
COFFEE SHOP
Other J. I. fWd Hotel!
Hotel olle-CholtoooSo Hotel DeSoto-So.onnol
the dinner held by the local chap-
ter of Senior Hadassah Tuesday
evening at the Alcazar Hotel to
celebrate the opening of the
Rothschild Hadassah University
Hospital and Medical School just
completed in Jerusalem.
Feature of the evening was an
address by Mrs. Sam Simonhoff,
president of the Miami Chapter,
followed by a national broadcast.
Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, president of
the Southeastern Region of Ha-
dassah and Dr. George H. Mc-
Donnell, chief of the city health
department, also spoke. Mrs.
Sidney Weintraub was in charge
of the evening.
*
COMPLIMENTS ARE
RECEIVED
Numerous compliments have
been received by the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau in regard to the elab-
orate dinner and dance given by
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler at their
Rivo Alto Island Home recently
to doctors, dentists and law-
yers, who have volunteered their
services during the year to the
Bureau
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Mrs. Harriet Eppstein. case
worker of the Jewish V. ifaj.
Bureau, is convalescing at home
from an illness of three uyeks.
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FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
In Tribute to Mothers
Watch for the Fuller Brush
Dealer
The Fuller Brush Co.
210-11 Postal Bldg
. H-3014Miami Florida

Greetings to Mothers
Everywhere
H. GEORGE FINK
ARCHITECT
2128 I'once do Loon Blvd.
TO ALL MOTHERS
IN ADMIRATION
George B. Hardie
MOTHERS DAY
GREETINGS
WM. M. KLINE
KLINE'S
FOOD CENTER
4."i x. W. 36th Street
Miami, Florida
\ TRIBUTE T<) MOTHER
JOE H. POHNL
Home Repairg and Builders
3640 s. W. 14th Ave.
To MothersIn Admiration
Silver Bluff Wood Yard
2756 s. W. 28th Lane
Phono 4-l!S4
Any Length Stove ami
Fireplace Wood
To My Mother
By DR. V. A. AVAKIAN
Tli.' smile you gave when I first saw the light
Remains tin- paragon of tender care;
The warmth you threw around me day and night
Still cheers me when I'd otherwise despair.
Your gentle voice, your cradle song, your prayer,
-My sweetest memories of yesterday.
Vour warning me against temptation's snare
Still guides my feet which are inclined to stray.
And till we meet again your words shall lead my way.
Your Faultless skill to loose my lisping tongue,
And a> 1 toddled, your assuring hand
Still mean mi much lo me, and I have clung
To I hat assurance till I understand.
Your mother-love which naught could countermand
Has been my inspiration, peace of mind
Your sacrifice denoting you hail planned
My future well was proof that you were kind:
I'd somehow tell though I were deaf and dumb and blind.
Your constant vigil over my sick-bed
Ami your companionship when heart-grief came.
Your deep concern aliout the life 1 led
Kxalted you: put ingratitude to shame.
Your lighl excuses when 1 was to blame,
And praises fur the good that I had shown
Reveal the pride in which you held my name;
It was enough that 1 was horn your own:
Cnselfisli love as yours must ever stand alone-
And SO I how in reverence to you
For everything that you have done for me;
Your faithfulness has served to keep me true.
And moulded with the years my destiny.
Throughout my life shall veneration ho
The bond that links your deathless soul to mine:
And for such sure, unfailing constancy,
T shall forever follow your resign.
And Mother, while I live. I'll hold you are divine.
In Admiration t'o Mothers
Clement L. Theed
:S41!) Main Highway
GRKETINGS
R. E. Lowry
Electric Co.
2103 Ponce do Leon Blvd.
A Tribute to Mothers
E very where
Green Candle
Tea Room
.")2 Siiver Bluff Avenue
A TRIBUTE TO MOTHERS
EVERYWHERE"
HARRISON
Photo Laboratories
" X. W. 8th Avenue
PHONE 2-3739
.MOT 11 KI{S DAY
GREETINGS
Carl Lambert
CITY ENGINEER
MIAMI. FLORIDA
A Tribute to Mothers
Everywhere
Mr. and Mrs. SAM WEISSEL
of
Sam's Service Station
200 Coral Way
\ TKIM'TE TO MOTHERS
MICHAEL KANTRO
of
Kantro's Nursery
3155 S. AY. 23rd Street
GREETINGS To
ALL MOTHERS
Mrs. Helen G.
Warner
i'"il Tigertail Avenue
Mother's Day Grei tings
It. Vincent A. Spoto
DENTIST
N1VERS1TY CLINIC
', ponce de Leon Blvd.
GREETINGS
CORAL WAY
CLEANERS, Inc.
223 Coral Way
Coral Gables 4-1345
socinif
MOTHERS DAY
GREETINGS
THE BRYAN PARK
PHARMACY
2200 S. W. 8th Street
PAUL DEALOF THE
PAULA SHOPS
JUT I s. YV. 22nd St.
Extends a Tribute to All
Mothers
Join in Paying Homage
To Mothers
Bryant's Corner
Garage
V. D. BRYANT
103 Federal Highway
A TRIBUTE TO MOTHER
Mrs. Aleda N. Davis
A TRIBUTE TO ALL MOTHERS
Mr. and Mrs.
BENJAMIN COHEN
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RESIDENT
DIES
Mrs. Lillian G. Rippa 40 years
of age, of 2535 Pinetree Drive,
Miami Beach, died Tuesday at
her residence after a brief ill-
ness. She had resided in Miami
Beach for the past five years,
coming from New York City. She
leaves her husband, Moe M RiP'
pa; a daughter Beri; four broth
ers, Samuel Cohen of Miami:
David, Albert and Oscar, all of
New York; three sisters. Mrs. C.
Penson and Mrs. L. Fust, both
of New York and Mrs. D. Kane
of West Palm Beach
Funeral services were conduct
ed at 3:30 p. m Tuesday in- the
Niceley Funeral Home by Rabbi
MOTHER'S DAY
GREETINGS
J. E. SHEPPARD
GREETINGS TO
ALL MOTHERS
Mrs. A. W. Hoover
MOTHER'S DAY
GREETINGS
Palm Pharmacy
2200 N. YY. 28th street
PHONES: 2-93562-928]
In Admiration To
All Mothers :
Miami Wrecking
Company
132 X. \Y. 2uth .Street
WE, TOO, JOIN IN
PAYING HOMAGE
TO MOTHERS
S. H. KRESS
&CO.
5-10-25c Store
East Flagler Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Jacob If. Kaplan and Rabbi Max -___________1IH_:~_____'_.,
Shapiro. Burial took place
Woodlawn Park Cemetery-
GREETINGS
MIAMI MONUMENT
COMPANY
3253 s. YY. Xtli St.
Phone 4-.")!l22
A Tribute to All Mothers
CROSS DISPLAY
SERVICE
C. V. CROSS, Mgr.
7_>s s. YV. 27th Avenue
A TRIBUTE TO MOTHER'S DAY
PERRY'S DAIRY
626 N. W. Tenth StreetPhone 2-7221
CLEAN MILKRAW OR PASTEURIZED
FROM MY OWN TESTED HERD
Yon are assured of the best and safest bottle of milk
that can be produced when you buy from us.
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IN TRIBUTE TO MOTHERS EVERYWHERE
HIRSCH-FAUTH FURNITURE CO.
EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE
Interior Decorators and Importers
BTSCAYNE BOULEVARD AT JTOURTEENTH TERRACE
PHONE 3-4669 MIAMI
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MAY 12. IMP
Strictly Confidential
By PHINEAS J. BLRON
(Continued from Page One)
LIVE AND LEARN
We have just heard of a Cana
dian engineer, Jack Starr by
name, who has invented a new
heating system which he claims
can heat an ordinary one-family
house for the amazingly small
sum of sixty-five cents a year. ..
He is said to be offering his de-
vice as ar outright gift to any
givernment that will do somee-
thing for. the Jewish people. .
Here's hoping he gets something
more tangible than that "Jewish
national home" the British gov-
ernment gave Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann for his war-time acetone
process- Anthropologist Ear-
nest A! Hooten, in his article
"Why the Jew Grows Stronger"
in a recent Collier's, says that
the only way to save the world
from retrogression into barbaric
stupidity is to encourage inter-
marriage of Jews with Gentiles.
... A delegation will soon visit
the President to talk over with
him that famous Rublee plan for
refugees. The Pierre van Pas-
sens recently engaged a German
refugee to work in their home
as a maid. When the refu-
gee saw van Passen's Nordic face
she confided that she was three
quarters Aryan. But after she
read Pierre's book "Days of Our
Years," she broke down and con-
fesseed that she was a hundred
per cent Jewess- She was
afraid "Aryanism" would cost
her the job. .
NUTZI STUFF
In a pathetic effort to be as-
now illustrating their ads with
tute the Nazi travel agencies are
scenes that carefully avoid show-
ing the swastika banner. Do
they think Americans fool that
easily? Coughlin supporters
are exercising pressure on Station
WMCA (which refused Coughlin
broadcasts in New York unless
the radio priest would first sub-
mit his scripts to the station)
by sending threatening letters to
commerdjal sponsors who have
time on that station. The
threat is that unless the contract
with WMAC is cancelled a boy-
cott will be organized against
the merchandise advertised. .
The New York West Side Confer-
ence for Racial and Religious
Tolerance held its first meeting
at the Grace Methodist Church
laitt week. Protestants, Cath-
olics and Jews united there in
discussing countermeasures to be
taken against *he anonymous
parties who are distributing a
leaflet entitled "The Christian
Index" and exhorting the public
to "buy Christian' 'only. Niel
O'Hara, the syndicated column-
ist, wrote the other day that the
official publicity agency for the
Nazi government is Jewish-own-
ed. That's news to us. .
FAIR FACTS
That gentleman in a high hat
who on the day of the opening
of the New York World's Fair
pleaded with the watchman at
the Palestine Pavilion, still clos-
ed to' the public at this writing,
to let:him in, was none other than
Justice Irving Lehman, brother
of the Governor and one of the
best-krtown non-Zionists in tpwn-
. Although all the exhibits in
completely installed by the time
this appears, and everything in
the Palestine Pavilion will be
tip-top shape for visitors, the
Pavilion will not open till May
28th. There is still a linger-
ing hope that Dr. Weizmann will
get here in time for the firmal
opening. Latest added attrac-
tion for this Pavilion will be a
continually running movie on the
Jewish colonization of the Home-
land. The Cafe Tel Aviv, the
garden restaurant in the Pales-
tine Pavilion grounds, has al-
ready been reserved for parties
by over a hundred Jewish organ-
izations- It's strictly kosher,
of course, on the rnilchig side- .
The only Yiddish inscription in
the Fair exhibits is to be found
in the Soviet Pavilion.....It
reads: "Arbeiter fen der velt,
fareinigt eich" Among the
flagpoles in the Lagoon of Na-
tions area at the Fair one stands
empty. It's the one on which
the swastika is not flying. .
ABOUT PEOPLE
Arnold Zweig, author of "The
Case of Sergeant Grischa," who
has been living in Palestine for
the past few years, is now a vis-
itor in New York. Due to lack
of fruit in his diet during the
war years he had become nearly
blind, but the citrus juices from
Palestine groves have greatly
improved his eyesight. But
even now he has to dictate his
works to his nineteen-year-old
son, who acts as his secretary. ..
The book on which Isaac Goldberg
was working at the time of his
death last summer has just been
published- "From Ragtime to
Swingtime" is the title, and Isi-
dore Witmark, noted music pub-
lisher, is the co-author. Did
you know that Arthur Guiterman
is the official poet laurcat of
Governors Island, N. Y., by
special appointment by General
Frank McCoy? ... On top of
this he also holds a similar po-
sition for Mayor La Guardia's
administration, which makes him
th'1 McCoy in poet laureates-----
Maurice Samuel, now working
overtime to finish his translation
of Sholem Asch's new novel,
"The Nazarene," tells us its one
of the finest books ever written
about Jesus. Willie Hitler,
half-Irish nephew of Badolf. has
declared that if war breaks out
he will fight for England- .
The new ambassador of the So-
viet Union to the United States
will be Constantin Oumansky,
now charge d'affaires. Con-
gratulations to economist Harold
Laski on the engagement of his
daughter. Diana, to Dr. Mathew-
son of Harvard. .
SOCIETY
LEAVE FOR
NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewis of
Baltimore, Md, left for their
home *here after spending the
winter season at Miami Iieach.

VISIT HERE
Mrs. Celia Cohen, of Hot
Springs, Ark., is visiting in Mi-
ami with her daughter am! -on.
inlaw, Mr- and Mrs. Nat Filum-
berg.

UNVEILING TO
TAKE PLACE
The unveiling of a ton.' .tone
to the memory of Mrs. Clara
Greiff will take place Sunday
afternoon at 3:30 at the Wood"
lawn Cemetery Park. RahV Max
Shapiro will conduct the ser-
vices. All friends are Invil I to
attend.
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GAS RATES
*THE SEVENTH VOLUNTARY REDUCTION WITHIN SEVEN YEAR!
EFFECTIVE J U N E 1, 1939
1. FOR ALL CUSTOMERS USING A GAS REFRIGERATOR, EXCEPT THOSE
ON OUR YEAR-ROUND "D" RATE
These customers will be billed on a new Rate Schedule "B" which
reduces the cost of gas more than 9% to individual customers
and as much as 13% to apartment houses purchasing gas
through one meter.
2. FOR ALL CUSTOMERS ON OUR YEAR-ROUND "D" RATE AND USING
MORE THAN 25,000 CUBIC FEET OF GAS PER MONTH
These customers will be billed on a reduc rate schedule which
will save them from 2% to 10%, depending upon the quantity
of gas used.
3. FOR ALL CUSTOMERS ON OUR REGULAR "A" RATE AND USING
MORE THAN 2,000 CUBIC FEET OF GAS PZR MONTH
These customers will be billed on a reduced rate schedule*which
will save them from 1% to 4%, depending upon the quantity of
gas used.
Customers who are using a Gas Stove and
Automatic Water Heeler, but who have
not been using a Gas Refrigerator, may
now do so lor as little as $1.35 per month
additional
Apartment house owners may save up to
25% by purchasing Gas through one meter
instead of through individual apartment
meters. An analysis showing such sav-
ings will be made upon request.
{During the past seven years, under the present management.
Gas Rates have been reduced 34% tor domestic customers, and
more than 50% tor commercial customers.
}
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