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The Jewish Floridian ( May 26, 1939 )

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# 'Jewish Florid f iam w VOL 12 _£O-j0_ 7/7/?€> JhBwiislh Unity P9 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS LEAGUE OF IliL w UN'S Palcor Ag.-ncy) I Xh, Council of the League of |JJ,I pening its sessions L-. Monday of this week. I hat it would defer its I the new British policy [.• %  e until its meeting lj-v .tnher. The Council llfan: a >rt statement by Brit I.,Foi rn Secretary Vicount I a repeated the Gov1 isition as stat'il in l : ;.. W] I'aper issued last week. I;-. %  then decided to await !•}, %  <'f the Permanent I; mission of th 1 1 I scheduled to hold a meeting at wl Secretary Mai* laid will explain the I ind defend th G %  I isition. The Council la..' ve its opinion [• • the basis of I he r %  I Mandates ComnuLENIENCY CAUSE LAW REJECTION .London",1 (WNS Hie Pi-ague Government's projected anti-Jewish law was rejected by Baron VOW Neurath, "Protect6r" of Bohemia.Moravia, according to reliable information from the Czech capital which revealed that von Neurath was opposed to the antiJewish law as being "too lenient." The Reich Protector was said to be opposed, to certain dausi • it the law which provided for the following. I. Setting up certain persons as "honorary aryans" 2, Violation of the Rassenschande principle by permitting mixed marriages with the provision that the "aryan" partner would be con sidered a Jew :l Admission of more than 50 lawyers to the P iai I. Incomplete liqu"aryanization" of J( " Page Pour) the Beth Jacob Sisterhood; %  Mr. I.eon Elkin addressed the Board on behalf of the Workmen's Circle; Mrs. B. H. London, President of Beth Jacob Sisterhood, spoke; Mrs. Harry Oliphant Mrs. Ida Buckstein and Mrs. JH. Kaplan, each spoke in behalf of the Beth David Sisterhood. Sisterhood of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and Sisterhood of Temple Israel, respectively. The ideal, as expressed in all of these talks, was that Federation was a vital factor not only in the community today, hut had meant a great deal to each of (Continued on I'age Four) ANNUAL DANCE IS SPONSORED BY B'NAI B'RITH Tuesday evening, May 30th. beginning at 9:00 p. m-, and lasting until 1:00 a. m., the anivual invitation dance of the B'nai B'rith will be held in the beauti ful and spacious outdoor patio gardens of the Coral Gables Country Club. Music will be fur nished by a prominent orchestra and in case of inclement weather dancing will be enjoyed in the lovely indoor ballroomAll members and lady friends will he admitted free of charge upon presentation of invitation cards now being mailed. Fifty cents per person will be charged all non-members attending In charge of arrangements are Mr. Benj. Le Vine, Walter Kovner, J. Aron Abbott and Sam Weissi I. AMERICAN ZIONISTS TO PRESENT I UNIFIED SLATE OF DELEGATES TO WORLD ZIONIST CONGRESS STANLEY (' MYERS Florida "House Urges Government To Intervene Tallahassee, Km.. (WNS>The Florida House of Reprei tatives urged that Great Britain %  abide by Its pledges" to estab |iah a Jewish homeland in Palestine. The House adopted a memorial to President Roosevelt and Secretary Hull asking them to make "proper representa*4uf to the British Government. Apt,-; Second Vice President, Benjamin Bronston; Treasurer. Samuel Blank; Secretary, Elry Stone; Campaign Chairman, Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Budget Committee M. -I Kopelowitz, Isaac Levin, Max Orovitz, Dr. Frank Coret, Leo Eisenstein, Manic Liberman, Vbe Aronovitz, Monte Selig, Leo Robinson. Executive Committee .lakv Sher. Joseph Lipton. E. \ i Pallot, Mrs Morris Plant, j Gerald Lewis, Sol Goldstrom, R I.'. Adler, Benjamin Le Vine, Irving Prankel, Mitchell Wolfson. In response to the invitation ,1 to each of the local par ticipating agencies, to give a talkon "What Federation has meant to them,"' many were heard, | n g Mr, Samuel Blank. chairman of the Miami Coordinating Committee, who expressed the views of that body; MrRI! Adler. who spoke in behalf of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, of which he is President; Mr. Milton Friedman, immediate past presi dent of the Young Men's Hebrew Association, who gave his opinion aa to the relationship of Federation to the Y. MH. A., during the past year; Mrs. Benjamin IxVine, president of the Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women spoke; Mrs. H. Seitlin represented the Pioneer Women's Organization and gave a very excellent address in. Yiddish; Mrs. M. Krieger spoke in behalf of Hadassah and fori JJ-TT *r.; Determined to display a united front in the face of the action of Great Britain in issuing the White Paper, the US. Central Sh.-kel and Election Board, representing all of the groups and parties in the Zionist movement, has decided to present a single ticket of delegates to the coming World Zionist Congress which will be held at Geneva on August 16, 1939This action does away with the necessity of balloting for delegates which was originally scheduled for June 11th. The present Shekel Registration Campaign which was to terminate on May 22nd will thus be continued In coming to the above decision the l". s. Central Shekel and Election Board has issued the following Manifesto: "Unshaken in our faith in the eventual victory of our ideal, we continue the struggle for lir rights in the land of our fati. 'We proclaim most emphatically to the entire world, that we shall never relinquish our Godgiven rights in Eretz Israel. No discouragement and no obstacle in the world can interrupt our progress in the work of rebuilding our homeland. By the sheer force of our immutable will and unconquerable determination, we shall overcome everything that comes r--ir | Yy/ --,,,VTium m iSjiu/ woe ^PAUSTINI by all parties with greater effort until June 11th. Settlement for registered shekolim obtained until now will have to be made, however, not later than May 22nd. in the way of our deliverance and freedom in our historic land. "We, the Zionist groups of America, are firmly convinced (Continued on Page Eight) I



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD HOLDS INSTALLATION Mrs. Isidor Cohen, organizer an'd first president for a number of years, of the Beth David Sisterhood which is celebrating its 22nd anniversary, after a lapse of years has been drafted to take the office of presidency of the Sisterhood and was installed at th? annual installation luncheon held Wednesday. Other officers installed were Mrs. Charles Abbott, first vice-president; Mrs. I. LangiY'r, second vice-president; Mrs. H. Sootin, third vice-president; Mrs. Harry Markowitz, recording secretary; Mrs. Nathan Kromash, financial secretary; Mrs Sol Weinkle, treasurer; Mrs. B. Kandel, sergeant-at-arms; and Mrs. Harry Mandell, MrsMorris Pepper, Mrs. J. F. Pallot, Mrs. Samuel Weissel, Mrs. Abe Rubin, Mrs. Robert Kranzman, Mrs. M. Rippa, Mrs. J. Syman, Mrs. DWernikoff, board membersMore than onv hundred and fifty women, members and visitors attended the installation and paid tribute to the mother of Miami's first Jewish community' FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1939 BENJAMIN iCARDOZA YOUNG JUDEA MEETS At the last meeting of the Benjamin N. Cardoza Young Ju dea, Betty Ann Kirschenbaum was elected Secretary. CHESED SHEL EMETH TO INSTALL OFFICERS The regular meeting of the Chesed Shel Emeth Sisterhood will take place in the form of an installation luncheon Monday, Plans were made for a picnic May 29th at 12:30 p. m, at the to be held in Greynold's Park. | Palatial Restaurant. 2f>:> N. E. within a few weeks, with Isidore j Second Street, rffami. In charge Ratthaus as chairman, assisted j of arrangements are Mrs. Jean by Pearl C. Stein, Betty Ann S.'itlin, chairman, assisted by SHEKEL CAMPAIGN CONTINUES The Shekel Campaign in Greater -Miami will be extended until June 11th giving the community ample time to register every Jew and Jewess eighteen years of age or over. About six hundred Shekolim have been sold and the Shekel hoard is confident that over 1,000 will be reached by the end of the campaign. Do your share! Purchase a Shekel! See That your friend does likewise! Kirschenbaum and Adele Sootin. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday. May 31st at 8:00 Vclock at the Beth David Talmud Torah. All members are urged to attend as very important business will he discussed. Miss Diana Coopersmith, leader of the club, has offered to give % prize to either the boy or girl 'hat brings in the most members between now and Rosh Hashona. At present, there are (6 members, VISIT NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR SPECIAL BOUND TUP FARE •43 NEW YORK IN COACHES Mc-dames William Clein, Molly Apte, H. M. Kagan and MoiriBadanes. Rabbi Abraham A. KellneT will deliver the Invocation; Rabbi Max Shapiro, the benediction; Mrs. .lean Seitlin will a: | II SEABOARD AIR-CONDITIONED, IECLIN1NG-SEAT COACHES COOL, CLEAN, COMFOBTABLI On. W Iron. M..mi RICHMOND S15.65 WASHINGTON 18.00 NEW YORK 2362 BOSTON, via Hell Gate Bridge 2.-).:>3 BUFFALO 2891 TAMPA 3.90 JACKSONVILLE 5.50 ATLANTA 10.40 CINCINNATI 17.70 CHICAGO 2325 NEW ORLEANS 14 75 Similar low fire* to all points. Coach faref listed above good oa the streamlined— "SILVEB METEOR" Viait both the New York and Saa Francisco World's Fairs for $90 round trip rail fart — i D coaches. Hotel accommodations in N. Y. fuarantend — Consult. T.W. Lockett, A.C.P.A, 173 E. Fls.ler Street, Miami. TEL: 2-3125-2-6104. GO MODERN! GO SEAB0A jitterbug dances and other novi o'clock, when all members Bre elty numbers will feature the | urged to be presentevening's entertainment ami mu. sic for dancing will be furnished by a ten-piece orchestra. A program carrying out the "Joe Col lege" theme will be presented Mrs. A. E. Freilich, chairman, is being assisted by Mrs. Irwin Krick and Mrs. Marx Feinberg. This dance will be the final social event on the calendar of Junior Hadassah before election and installation of new officers in June. Tickets are available from any member of the club and may also be purchased at the door. The proceeds from this dance will be used to complete the quotas of the organization, and the public is cordially invited to attend. • • • There will be an important mg secretary; Mrs. Herbert Si meeting of Junior Hadassah Mon-1 mon f inan( io) secretary: Mrs. .lay evening. May n ., rrv N ev j„s, treasurer and M.Morris Plant, auditor. evening. David Talmud Torah at 8:00 MARRIAGE I TAKES PLACE The wedding of Miss Dorothy Shevin of Palestine to Mr. Rubin Bott of Nassau on May 6th is being announced by her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Shevin of Miami. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated. The couple left for a honeymoon trip to Cuba, after which they are spending several weeks visiting in Miami. They will reside in Nassau where Mr. Bott is engaged in business INSTALLATION TO BE HELD The annual installation of officers of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held Sunday evening. May 28th at 7:30 p. m., with Mrs. H. If, Kagan and Miss Margaret, Kaplan in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Mauri C e Grossman will install the officers; Mrs. George Chertkof will b e toastmistress and Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will give the invocation arrd will charge th off i cers. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. EGG CO. 317 N. W. Fifth Str PHONE 2-3508 i i i i i POULTRY and EGGS AT REASONABLE PRICES KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. 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FRIDAY MAY 26, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE pjemst) Florid fan PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue C J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor En:, ed as FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager second class matter July 4, 19."0, at the Post Miami, Florida, under the Act oi March 3, 1879 Office at gjx Mrnths OFFICES IX PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1939 VOLUME 18—NUMBER 20 —; Rally Held For Beach Candidate *!STORY OUTLIVES POLICY .... TIME MARCHES ON! Iti is a source of great sorrow that there be such an oat me of these many years of labor and sacrifice. I can only opi ss the hope that the action of the present British Governmer. does not indicate the will of the English people and that I mother and more just policy will come into being." That, in MM .ce is the feeling of a cross section of American public op.' on, if we are to interpret editorial comment in the press of the country in the light of public opinion. Dr. Cyrus Adler, pre.-ident of the Jewish Theological Seminary of New York, and president of Dropsie College of Philadelphia, deplored the Briv.sh White Paper as unjustified in view of the labor and sacrifice which Jew sin Palestine have spent toward fnki'.lment of an ideal, and expressed the hope, which Jews, all ovt: the world, constantly keep sustained—that another and moif just policy will come into being when the threat of fasoum and power politics on the part of ambitious dictators thr.V. have been removed. "International Fascism led by Nazi Germany is the real enemy in Palestine," is the conviction of many of our nonJewish friends who see in Arab resistance and violence to British dominion a real threat to world peace, sponsored by the Ren.e Berlin axis." The dismemberment of Czechoslovakia is illustrative of mother people, completely disenfranchised, who yet retain thci. confidence that the future will bring another age of indej pei dence and self-government and freedom from oppression. hi the face of enforced •dominion" these people display courage nd fortitude, tapped from the source of patience so long b to the Jewish people, and gaining from that found the ipinl to carry on in the face of seemingly insurmountable odd; wmnimii.miuitmnm.iiiiiin THE Y. M. H. A. •NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) WHO Wi WHO AMONG BOARD CANDIDATES list of 30 nominees running ill 8 vacancies on the 3 War tumj 1 on the 2 year and '' 01 l year term, a great ,l < i %  illabaloo can be expected at tr :,nnual elections Wednesday, l 7th at the newly decorated • Y" dubrooms. Starting thi 0 f£ we come to Herman Witman, now ffnance director; Df Si nuel Beckman, cultural chairman and accountant for the *"i Ja. k Apte, board member; ami former vice president; Ben wrkin, former 3 year board memkr; I, Safan, board member; Dr Harold Rand, secretary; HarT Gordon, board member and MBS* chairman; Phil Berkowitz, i •*** board member and member sl "P chairman; Al Grossman, vice Resident and former president; Al Reisman, past officer and now athletic director; Dr. Milton Saslaw, board member and federation member; Nat Blumberg, treasurer going on sixth term. The following candidates are eligible for the 1 year term only plus the above nominees: Leo Robinson, banker and past chairman of Parade of Stars; Fred K. Shochet, managing editor of the Jewish Floridian; Irving Querido, .Juno Dairy executive; George Goldberg, wholesale grocery merchant; Dave Lemelman, attorney and M. C; Aaron Freilich, clothing merchant; Harry Rose, past board member; I-arry Grossberg, past board member and finance chairman; Joseph Syman, atfiv* social member; Max Mintzer. colored town merchant; Sam Miller, merchant, Leon Elkin, insurance; (ODntinued on Page Seven) The committee who arranged for the entrance of Mitchell Wolfson into the councilmanic race were hosts on Tuesday at a rally in Miami Beach which was attended by more than one hundred property Owners and business leaders who gathered for luncheon in the Strath Haven hotel. Mr. Wolfson outlined his business career as a co-owner of the Wometco theatres, an organization which has grown in the past fifteen years to include seventeen motion picture houses. He also cited his charitable, fraternal, club and religious activities. In Jewish affairs Mr. Wolfson has been active in B'nai B'rith and the Anti-Defamation League, is a director of the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds, and a member of Temple Israel. He also is a director of the Miami Chamber of Commerce and the Miami Beach Rotary club, and a member of the Shrine: chairman of the public service group of the 19.'59 Community Chest; vice president of the Motion Picture Theatre Owners of America; director of the Southeastern Theatre Owners, and honorary member of the Florida National Guard. He has been active in Red Cross and Salvation Army drives, and was instrumental in bringing two national conventions to Greater Miami. Speakers at the luncheon included Harry Simonhoff, toastmaster; Councllamn Baron deHirsch Meyer, Albeit Bernstein and William Taradash. All praised the business ability, integrity, good character and civic capabilities thai that Mr. Wolfson has displayed generously during the years since he came here from Key West, his birthplace. Commenting on widespread attempts to make the proposed charter changes an outstanding issue in the election, Mr. Wolfson read a prepared statement explicity covering his view on that question, which follows: "The candidates for city council, as such, have nothing to do with the proposed charter change. Even If a candidate for the council is elected, he still will have no official voice in the charter change. Therefore, any expression on this subject is merely a personal view, and one citizen's vote is just as important as another's, whether that citizen be a candidate for office or not. This question is being squarely submitted to the electorate, and the final decision is up to the voters and not up to the candidates. "Personally, I am opposed to the charter change, but this is my personal view as a voter, and not as a potential city official. Whatever the expression of the voters may be on this subject will be entirely satisfactory to me, and I will carry out their will." Attending were Edward Robinson. Jack Rouch, B. J. Bronston. William Taradash. Dr. M. Goodman. Baron DeHirsch Meyer. Mitchell Wolfson, Bruno Weil. Val Cleary, Harry Simonhoff. Carl Gardner, Abraham Halperin, Samuel Halperin. Arthur Levine, Robert Griffin, Walter Bower, Herman Barnett, Albert Berkeley, Perry Bittel. Louis Auberbach, Morris Drucker, Irving Eisenstadt, Dave Emmer, Dr. L. Finn. I. Frank, J. L. Friedman, Irving Frankel Irving Firtel. Benjamin Giller. Robert Siegel, Milton Sirkin, Jerome Goodman, Leonard Gross. Roland E. Granat, Leo Hodes, S. J. Kanner, Abraham Katz. B. Stahlmaker. Albert Rousin, Stanley Myer. Albert Bernstein. Benjamin Sugarman, William Law. W. G. Mechanic. Shep Swede. P. Steinberg, I. M. Cannon. Sol H. Lutsky, Harry Markowitz, Ray Ehrlich, Charles Greenfield. Maxwell Simon, Harry Novak, Jay Finke, Sam Reder, Elmer Laskin, Daniel Seplar, A. J. Ulllan, S. Wasserman, Charles S. Davis. A. Kahn, H. Sirkin. Joseph Williamson. Dr. M. Klein, M. S. Rubin. Dr. Louis Miller, Abraham H. Mazor. Bernard 1 Sackowsky. Ben Siegalbaum, Stanley Hodes, Leonard Wien, Ben Kohl. Oscar Adler. Frank Becker, Morris Alpert, Leo Einsenstein, William Farr. M. Abramson. William Msur. Bernard Mayerson. I. R; Mintzer, Benjamin Turchin, Samuel Blank. Sol Goldstrom, Johnny Rose, Fred Quittner, Bert Reisner. Dr. A. Robbins, Alfred Eliott, N. Eastman. Dr. B. Robbins, E. I. Guthman. N. Fliesher. Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) NOW IT CAN BE TOLD The announcement of the White Paper on Palestine might have been delayed it' Ambassador Kennedy had spoken out straight from the shoulder during the last week-end he spent with Prime Minister Chamberlain A s a matter of fact, three days before the White Paper was made public there was rejoicing in American Zionist ranks, a very, very high Washington official having told the Zionist leaders that assurances had been received from London that no announcement would be made for a long time. ... It seems, however, thai when the British Government asked Kennedy point-blank whether be thought that American public opinion would very much resent the White Paper, he implied that American public opinion had other things to worry about. Well-informed sources insist, that the British Government timed the publication nf the White Paper to coincide with the visit of Kin? George to this continent, in the belief that America's interest in royalty would drown out whatever resentment the injustice toward the Jews might eall forth MORE ON ZION American Zionist leaders are being submerged with telegrams and cables from Revisionists pleading that Jabotinsky be given a chance to take over Weizmann's place. t Don't be surprised if Stephen S. Wise. Louis Lipsky and Israel Goldstein take an immediate trip to Palestine I t is felt that the American Zionist leadership should be represented on the spot in these momentous days. Some of the best-known foreign correspondents will proceed to Palestine shortly A merican editors expect the Holy Land to be hot news for quite some time P ierre van Passen's "Days of Our Years'* will be published in England next month, but the English editions will substantially curtail his attack on the British Government for its anti-Nazi policies HEARD HERE NBC reports that the most frequent request it gets from German listeners to its short-wave broadcasts is for renditions Of "The Star-Spangled Banner" .... Apparently there are lots of people left in Naziland who like at least to hoar about the home of the free B eing peddled around New York tlh-se days are nickel booklets bearing the title ''Hitler's Good Deeds" The suckers who buy them find they've purchased blank-books. Culled from The Nation: 'In Italy people arc beginning to grumble that things were better under Mussolini". The man who presented the authorities with a great deal of material in this matter of perjury charges against Fritz Kuhll is none other than T. II. Tetens. who is the gentleman we mentioned some columns ago as a one-man fighting battalion waging war against the Nazis W e are also happy to note that Uncle Sam is removing his post offices from German ships, where they have been most useful to Nazi spies, and that Federal agents are investigating Nazi consular officials in this country. It's about time THIS AND THAT Nazi marauders have tried to set fire to the Jewish Palestine Pavilion at the New York World's Fair, but quick action on the part of an alert night watchman prevented the consumation of the crime .... Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt has informed the Palestine Pavilion that she has placed it on her program for her next visit to the Fair. The Pavilion, by the way, is scheduled to receive a special award as one of the most original and artistic architectural achievements in the Fair Grounds R eported from Washington: At a recent Polish/Embassy dinner the wife of the German charge' d'affaires admired the Embassy dinner plates—whereupon a member of the Italian Embassy staff informed her that soon she'd be able to transnort the crockerv over to her own baliwiok. Radio circles tell us that Gabby Goebbels' pet English-language broadcaster, familiarlv known as Uncle Willie, may be expected to appear on American air waves before long W hen Gertrude Scholtz-Klink. feminine fuehrer of Nazidom, visited England recently she was picketed bv Imrhshwomen carrying the expressive placard "No Nazi Klink for British Women".



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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISHFLORIDIAN FRroAY, MAY 26 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1546 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KBLLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC • ••••••••• ** The annual Sunday School picnic wili again be held in Hollywood, Florida, on Sunday, May 28th. The committee of the Ladies Auxiliary in charge of the affair has arranged for transportation to and from the place, and an all day program of athleticevents ^and contests and refreshments will be served. We take this opportunity to remind the parents that the children will leave promptly at 10:00 a. nv The Rabbi requests that air par ents refrain from packing meat lunches as Milchig refreshments will be served• • •••••••••• INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS • •"••**•*** Installation for the newly elected officers of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held in the synagogue, Tuesday evening, May 30th at 8:00 p. m. As in the past this affair will be one of great interest and importanceThe retiring president will give a report of the activities of the past year while the incoming president will discuss plans for the future. Mrs. George Chertkof will preside and Mrs. Maurice Grossman will install the officers. Rabbi Abraham Kellner will charge the newly elected officers and outline their duties. The committee in charge of arrangements are Mrs. H. M. Kagan and Miss Margaret Kaplan. Refreshments will be served and the members and friends of our Congregation are most cordially invited. • • • ••••••••• • SYNAGOGUE NEWS • ••••••••• •• Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoenbrun who recently joined our congregation have presented the synagogue with 100 Sedurim and 60 Yarrmulkes for the forthcoming festival. We take this means of expressing our sincere appreciation. During the services last Shah bos morning. Rabbi Kellner discussed events of the last few weeks which vitally affect the fate if our people. Following th-' -• rinon the entire congregation rose n it< feet and before the open ark took an oath of loyalty to Jerusalem and to En'z YisraelWe are happy to thank the committee fo r the Ladies Auxiliary who decorated the synagogue so beautifully. May their splendid example and devotion to synagogue ideals be an inspiration to those who are still distant from the house of God. • HABANOTH AWARDS The activities of th Miami Chapter of Habanoth received special praise from the national officers assembled at a Sbevuous meeting of the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Congregation of America held in the Institutional Synagogue in New York City. It was particularly stressed that Miami Chapter of Habanoth was the pioneer organization in' the deep South, to propagate Orthodox ideals among our young girls and that its example has been emulated elsewhere, a fact which gives great satisfaction to those who are so vitally interested in the survival of traditional JudaismThe coveted Habanoth awards which are presented by the National Organization of Habanoth to those girls who have shown the most cultural achievement and devoted club service, have been sent to six members of the three groups in the Miami Chapter. The girls who have won the awards are as follows: The Buds Kdna Weinstein, Club Service; Paulanita Ginsberg, Cultural Achievement; Sponsor, Mrs. Geo. Chertkof. The Girls of the Blue and White Hope Ellen Tannenbaum, Club Service: Madaline Shulman, Cultural Achievement; Sponsor, Mrs. Samuel Tannenbaum. The Debs Velma Abrahams. Club Service; Rita Grossman, Cultural Achievement; Sponsor, Mrs. Abraham A. Kellnerson, four years old, and has successfully operated his own business for the past 10 years. His program is to work for the better ment of Miami Beach; to preserve the economic structure of our city finances; to protect, and defend the safety and welfare of our citizens; to make this city a mecca for desirable winter visitors, that prosperity may come around that corner; for more and better parks; and is one hundred per cent for the new proposed Miami Beach Hospital. POLITICAL BRIEFS R. P. Barnett, 41 years old, came to Miami from Wabash, Ind-, has 'been in the real estate business in Miami and Miami Beach since 1924 and has been a continuous resident of Miami Beach since 1933. He is a member of the Miami Beach Presbyterian Church and during the World War he was enlisted in the U. S. Army If elected he will use every possible effort to defeat the referendum for a "Dictator Mayor" on June 6th; to promote the city as a year round resort and plan for its future growth, etc. He has not made any political promises and will confine his program to a sound business administration. Michael P, ("Mike") Dallett, ; garage and filling station op?rator, has been a resident of Mij ami Beach for 12 years and of j Dade County for 19 years. He's a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American LeI gion and its Drum and Bugle Corps, Odd Fellows and the MooseMr. Dallett wants to represent all the people, doesn't want to, tell them what they ought to have; is opposed to this charter change because he doesn't think it's good for the city as i! places too much power in one man's hands. He is running on a little common sense, and intends to work with the city councilmen in office, if elected, with a little added emphasis on helping the regular business men. doesn't see anything drastically wrong with the city and thinks it's a pretty good city. Charles K. Wheeler, retired realtor, ccme to Miami twenty years ago from Niagara Falls. and has lived on the Beach for the last 1 ."> years. He is an ex tensive property ..wner and builder; is a member of Ocean Bay Lodge, .Masonic Older; Miami Beach Scottish Rites; the Odd Fellows; the Miami Beach Lions Club; thirty-eight years an Elk; Commissioner of boxing on th? Beach and chairman of the Arbitration Board of the Miami Beach Realty Board. Mr. Wheeler advocates the city's acquiring the vacant lots on the ocean front a* South Beach between First and Third Streets for parks; the redistricting for county commission and the establishment of a small claims court. Herbert A Frink is a native of Florida and has lived on Miami Beach for the past sixteen yearsHe is married, has one "White Paper" Plan Gets Own Approval (Continued from Pag 1 ? One) Declaration had not intended a Jewish State, though he agreed that the possibility of such a state had not been excluded. He dwelt on the significance of the Declaration for the Jews, and termed it "tho, fulfillment of a promise to th? Jews, who have shown marvelous zeal and have revived the land." He alluded to the "Hogarth promise"—a message delivered in 1918 by Commander D. G. Ho garth of the Arab Bureau in Cairo on behalf of the British Government to King Hussein of Hedjaz. Vital points of that messag were the giving of guarantees for the safety of the holy places in Palestine. t |, assurance -hat "no people shall 1... subject to another" in Palestine, and the state m nt that "His Majesty's C .v eminent are determined, insofar as is compatible with the freedom of the existing population, both economic and political, that no obstacles should be put in the way of the realization of this ideal" '(of the Jewish National Home in Palestine ) FOR A COOL AND DELIGHTFUL VACATION VISIT THE HOROWITZ KOSHER INN 331 First Avenue West HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Running Water in Every Room—Connecting Baths GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI REACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION toii ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM 1 U 5-lol2 515 WASHINGTON AVENUE 563 COLLINS AVENUE His proceeding to defend the rights and positions of the Arabs, evoked sarcastic remarks from the opposition, which obviously believed his arguments to be insincere. He made some rath er vague observations regarding the sale of land to Jews. After an hour's resume h? concluded that while he agreeed that the Permanent Mandates Commission of the League of Nations must be consulted with regard to the policy, he felt that delay was dangerous and accordingly urged the House to give a majority vote in favor of the policy. When Mr. MacDonald had finished Tom Williams, Laborite. opened the debate for the oppo sition by making a motion to the effect that the new policy was in consistent with the Mandate and that it should first be referred to the League of Nations before being voted on by Parliament. He expressed his disappointment, pointing out that the Colonial Secretary had during one yea r in office destroyed what states inert had taken? twenty years to build up. He charged Mr MacDonald with having given the erroneous impression that the Jews had insisted on the immediate creation of a Jewish State. Having spoken for three quar ters of an hour in presenting his opposition to the new policy, Mr. Williams concluded that "the new policy does not have a moral basis." Referring to Mr. Chamberlain's description during his recent Birmingham address of the tragedy of the Jews, he appealed: "Do not let down the Jews; do not forfeit their faith in Great Britain." Calling the White Paper "a definite breach of faith and conj trary to the Mandate," Labor Leader Herbert Morrison on TuesI day appealed to the House of Commons "to save British honor and not to accept the policy." Continuing the House of Commons debate engendered Monday after Colonial Secretary Malcolm MacDonald had given a resume of the Government's position on the new policy for Palestine and had urged the House to give a majority vote in favor of it, Mr. Mor rison said: "The Colonial S cr tary maintained that Britain must w -'re 1939 Officers Elected By Federation) (Continued from Page <)„,., these organizations, and all unanimous in pledging tinued support and loyalty t„| Federation. Mr. Myers in a brief addrej called attention to the f. -, ^,1 of the J83.356.94 pledged date I $68,528.17 has been ,u ected leaving approximately 80 p-reent to be collected, and in rder to I facilitate collections, thi by-Unl were amended so as t< rroviM for a standing commit! I linquencies, with Mr. 1). .!. Aptel appointed as chairman Mr Myers stated thai i 0 datel 75 percent of the amounts allo-l cated have been paid to ..I ticipating agencieskeep the promises made to both I peoples; but actually hi the meaning of the Baul :^r Df-I claration. The White I contrary to the Mandate and a| definite breach of faith Charles F. Wheeler / o r City Councilman YOUR VOTE Will BE APPRECIATED


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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbii-ffice Phone 2-1473 THIRD AVENUE 497 Southwest 18th Road Home Phone 2-2176 pi.p.MANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and ',: p. m. ,-ibbath Services — Saturday nvrning at 8:30. Junio* Congregation Services— Saturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—3:15 to t p. m. Sunday School—Sunday at 10:0u o' it. Bar Mitzvah Group—Sunday at 9:00 o'clock. %  %  •••••• CLOSING EXERCISES %  ••• •* arenta and friends are invited ti attend the closing exercises ol Beth David Sunday School which will ;ake place Sunday m rning at 10:30. Awards will h made to the honor students 'if a! classes. A program will be presented by Miss Adele Segall. a • ••••••• CONFIRMATION SERVICE • ••*•*•* •* t'ue to the unusually large .onfirmation class the services will start promptly at 8:15 Sunri iy eveningDoors will be closed at 8:10. The following pro i will be included in the i ice; ORDER OF EXERCISES Under the Direction of Mrs M s. Harry Oliphant. The confirmation exercise this ELECT R. P. Barnett as one of your Councilmen for Miami Beach "Fair Dealing and Good Businen Judgment is More Important than Playing Politics" f Conr gregation, > ISRAEL'S BIBLICAL HEROES These ar • original essays writ ten by confirmants.) 6. Our Patriarchs B inic Darks. 7 — Moses — "Our Spirit u al Leadri r" Shirley Bernstein. 8.—Joshua—"Land of Promise"' I eonard Rubin. !•—Kings in Israel -Seymour Hinkes. 10 The Prophets—Jean Werliicoff 11. Isaiah — "Prophet of Peace"—Shirley Ross. 12.—Jonah—''God of Humanity"—Samuel Meyers. 13.—Jeremiah — "Prophet o f Faith"—Sidney Soltz. 14—Adoration — Confirmation Class. THE BEARERS OF ISRAELS IDEALS 15.—Rabbi Y.u-hanan ben Zakkai—Alvin Schwartz. CQND?r.OW€D W JACKSONVILLE 5 LARGEST o4 FINF.ST MOTEL 300 Rooms )00 lolhs JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Confcnicntly located in tni downtown bunnclf, shoppno and Inta. Icr district. Every room an outside room (no court) ilK pttValc balk, circulating kl water, radio, fan and bed reading lamp. Suitei ol parlor, bedroom and bat". Superior cuiiine and service in The Patio Gnll and The Rendcivoui. Our Lobby, Dininj Rooms, Lounje, Beauty Parlor, Barber Shop and all public rooms are completely air conditioned. More than hall ol our Guest Rooms arc individually a>r conditioncd-.-no re-circulation ol air Iron one Juest room to another. This modern, hospital-approved system it an cicluuve leatutt of The Roottvclt Drive your automobile into the Hotel Roosevelt Garage, which is directly connected with our Lobby. A* Oulsrate foams • Na Court • Circutormg Ice Woter Tub ana* Shaver In E-ery Room 16.—Rabbi Akiva—Lily Alex! ander. 17.—Moses Maimonides—Gerald | Soltz. 18—Theodor Hirzl — Edythe Shier. 19,—Zionism of Today—Herman Kaler 20.—Solomon Schechter— Sadie Hasan H—Votjjal—"Braeshea Boflaw" —Cantor L. Hayman. 22—A Summary of Jewish Faith—Marjorie Rosengarten, 23.—The Decalogue — Muriel Auslander. 24.—Our Jewish Ideais—Ber nice Badanes. 25.— Expressions of Loyalty— Clarince Siegel, 26.—Our Duti.'s as Israelites— Arline Kleber. 27—The Challenge of Youth— Stanleigh Hayman. 28—Confirmants' Pledge—Ester Argintar. 29.—A Tribute to Parents Louis Fine. 30—Offering of Patriotic Devotion —Thelma Bass. 81.—Flower Offering — Sunshine Fagan. 32.—Address—Rabbi Max Shapiro. 33.— Awarding: of Bibles and Certificates — Mrs. Meyer Schwartz (Superintendent I 34.—Awarding of Diplomas— Louis Hayman (Teacher of class) 85—Closing Prayer—Rita Witt 36.— Benediction—"Birchas Kohanim"--Cantor and Choir37.—Blessing of Confirmants— The Rabbi. CONFIRMATION CLASS Lily Alexander, Ester Argintar, Muriel Auslander, Bernice Badanes, Thelma Bass, Shirley Bernstein. Bernice Docks, Sunshine Fagan, Louis Fine, Stanleigh Hayman, Seymour Hinkes, Sadie Hazan, Herman Kaler, Arlirtv Kltber, Leonard Lubin, Samuel Meyers, Marjorie Rosengarten, Shirley Ross, Alvin Schwartz, Edythe Shier, Clarence Siegel, Gerald Soltz, Sidney Soltz, Jean Wernicoff, Julian Weinkle, Rita Witt. Chairman of Arrangements— Mothers of Confirmants. Piano Accompanist—Mrs. Essie Schaffer. BETH DAVID CHOIR Mrs. Kd Friedman. Miss B. Goldenblank, Mrs. M. Rubinstein, Mrs. E, Schaffer, Mrs. S Shapiro, Mrs. J. Schrager, Mrs. William Weintraub. TALMUD TORAH *•*•••••. c The summer semester of our Hebrew School will begin the middle of June. Parents are urged to register their children at once. Classes will meet in the mornings giving the children ample time for play and recreation. Register them immediately! • ••*•*••••• RADIO PROGRAM • •****•*•* *• Kai l>i Max Shapiro will conduit the radio program over Station WIOD this Sunday from :!:()() to 3:30 p. m. Cantor Louis Hay man, accompanied by Mrs. K. Shaeffer will be in charge of the musical program. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject: "Palestine in the Light of Ethics•" CONGRATULATIONS *••***••* • We extend "Maze] Tov" to the newly elected president of the Congregation, Leo Ackemian, the executive and board members for the ensuing year. May they continue the splendid reputation of Miami's oldest Congregation' and may God's blessings be upon them for their earnest endeavors. REFUAH SHLAEMA May our Father in Heaven send an immediate cure tJ one of Miami's beloved mothers, Mrs. M. Badanes, who was operated on this weekUNVEILING An unveiling of a monument | to the memory of the late Louis Rothlein will take place at Woodla'.viv Cemetery Sunday afternoon May 28th at 2:00 p. m. May the soul of Mr. Rothlein be bound up in the bond of eternal life REV. J. 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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MAY 26. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 615 Mii'hlKun Avenue 'Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue •Phone 5-2013 • *****•* SYNAGOGUE SERVICES • •••••••*• •* Sabbath services will be held throughout the summer at 6:30 Friday evening and at 8:30 Saturday morning. Shalosh S'oodoss at 6:45 Saturday afternoon;, Rabbi Mescheloff speaking on the Portion of each Week. Daily services at 6:45 p. m., and at 7:00 and 8:00 a. m. MINNIONAIRES • ••••*•••• *• Regular Sunday morning services will be held at 9:00 a m. Plans for the closing of this year's activities will be discussed at the regular Wednesday evening meeting at 7:00 p. m Attorney Harold Turk, sponsor, attending. HABANOTH # &f The Habanoth will meet Monday night at 7:00 p. m., at the synagogue. Refreshmentwill be supplied by the co-sponsor, Mrs. L. G. Mills. The girls will learn a number of new melodies. Plans for summer activities will be discussed. Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff will be present. BIBLE STUDY COURSE • •*•• ** Wednesday night at 8:00 p. m Rabbi Mescheloff will continue his series of Bible lectures. All adults, men and women, are cordially invited to attend. MIZRACHI MEETING *••••••••* t Despite the torrents last Saturday night sixteen local Jewish organizations attended the general mass meeting held by the Miami Beach Mizrachi in our synagogue. The next meeting will be held on Saturday night. June 3rd, in the form of a Mela' veh Malkeh. All men and women of the Beach are welcomeThe Beach Mizrachi takes pride in "being the first organization to respond to the call for protest mass meetings, and in having received the largest organizational response. Thanks are due the many assisting organizations for their prompt response and cooperation. The Beach Mizrachi to date has sold over a hundred shkalim. This work of enlisting every Jewish man and woman over the age of 18 will continue to June 11th. Shkalim can he bought from our Mizrachi officers or at the synagogue. —• UNVEILING heavy rain storm, many of the streets in all sections of the city are practically impassable. As a councilman, I shall lend every effort to the rapid development and improvement of our storm sewers and sewage disposal system so that these unsightly, unsanitary conditions are eradicated." .'••••••••• ** The unveiling of a tombstone in memory of Mr. Lewis E. Rothlein will take place at the Woodlawn Cemetery at 2:00 p. m., this Sunday Members and friends are invited to be present. Our Rabbi and Cantor will participate in the service• • ••*• RELIGIOUS SCHOOL *••••••••• ** Our classes have been reorganized for the summer months. Classes will be conducted during the morning hours from June 5th to the end of the school vacation. Cantor Maurice Mamches and family will leave for a six week vacation beginning June 4th. During this time our school will be conducted by Miss Sonia Shpall, who will depart for her vacation on the Cantor's returnRegistration of children for the summer months will take place all next week from 4:00 to 7:00 p. m., at the Hebrew School office. RABBI TO SPEAK <.**•*•* Rabbi Mescheloff has againbeen invited to be the principal speaker at the graduation exercises of the South Beach Elementary School, which will he held Friday morning, June 2nd. John C. Frazure has been a resident of Miami Beach for the past eleven years and the immediate past president of the Miami Beach Realty Board. He believes that the only way to clean up the city of Miami Beach is to run the hoodlums and gangsters out. If elected he will cooperate with the council as elected by the people and will cooperate fully with City Manager Renshaw. He is one hundred per cent in favor of the proposed charter amendment and advocates the re-establishing of the Foreign Legion to protect the homes and property of the people of Miami Beach: to protect the classified employees of the City of Miami Beach and provide that the Civil Service Act be strictly enforced for their benefit; to remove or suspend no official except where necessary for the benefit of the people and for the enforcement of law and order: be at all times available to the people to discuss their problems and to assist them; to use the veto power only where necessary for the best interests of the city; and to provide equal protection of the law for all the people all the time. POLITICAL BRIEFS Benjamin Cohen, candidate for council, issued the following statement: "Probably the most important industry on Miami Beach is the operation of hotels and apartment houses. For some reason unj known to me, our City Council i has failed to give to these major taxpayers the full cooperation that they are entitled to. As a practicing attorney here for fifteen vears. I have had many opportunities to represent many hotel and apartment house owners. Many of the problems presented could have been solved by the council, if there had been any way in which we could have gotten together with the council members around a conference table and ironed out our difficulties. But there has been no way that these hotel and apartment house owners could sneak to the members of the council, except at a regular meeting of the council, at which time only a limited time could be given them. My solution to this difficulty is to create a permanent committee of the council to listen to and try to solve the problems of the hotel and apartment house owners. Upon mv election to the council, this will be one of the first things that I will undertake to do. "One of the major points of my platform is a plea for adequate storm sewers and sewage disposal. At the present time, our storm sewage system is underdeveloped and totally inadequate. After a Vote for and Support Mike Dallett for Councilman ELECTION TUESDAY JUNE 6th (Pd. Political Adv.) nil J. C. Kimball, real estate broker, came to Miami Beach from New York in 1925. Kimball advocates we should have some sort of festival entertainment, is interested in a housing problem for local employes and readjustment of the tax situation and personally feels that the voters should have the right to elect a mayor. Y. M. H. A. NOTES (Continued from Page Seven) them to send us a list of their dates so that we may enter same in a book whereby avoiding any conflict. When an organization desires to plan an affair, they write or phone the. "Y" whether a certain date is available, and we immediately consult our book and advise them. This is a communal project. The Jewish organizations are urged to advise Mr. Maurice Grossman before deciding on any date for an affair in order to avoid any conflict. Y FLASH Miss Naomi Grossman, daughter of your executive director and Mrs. Maurice Grossman, won a scholarship to Brenau Girl's Col legeMore power to you NaomiShe is a member of the Junior Division and the Dramatic Club HOME (AMP One of the most outstanding projects ever undertaken in this area is the establishment of a Home (amp at the Y. M. H. A, for the coming summer where children will have all the advantages of a regular camp for an entire day. five days per weekLuncheon will ]„ %  served and activities will h;' under the direction of trained instructors. Watch these columns for further details. VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT J.C. CITY COUNCILMAN Miami Beach VOTE YES FOR PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENT (I'd. Political Adv.) B'NAI B'RITH am BRIEFS BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL Heartiest congratulations and best wishes for a grand SUCCes is hereby extended to the Brothers of the newly inducted B'nai B'rith Lodge at Gainesville. The installation ceremonies took place on Sunday past, May 21st. There are 70 members in this chapteer. Delegations from various lodges throughout the state attended the OCCsion"News behind the News" on this latest addition to Florida B'nai B'rith disclosed a slight opposition to any elaborate installation ceremonies with the usual elements of pompCertain Jewish Gainesvillites opposed any publicity in connection with the installation exercises—we are inform -f Jewish existence. Your reporter cannot adhere to the view that the installation "f %  > B'nai B'rith I-odge would jeopardize our standing in the eyes of the non-Jewish communityB'nai B'rith is an institution which stan.is for inculcating the ideals of morality and good citizenship. The adherence to the religion and the high morality of Judaism certainly would not impair the stand ing of the Jew with his gentile neighbor, but should enhance the respect of the gentile and elevate the standing of the Jew. College, who is seeking the sup. port of non-Jews who intend to study for the ministry anock CORAL GABLES ELECT -B Of interest to all members of B'nai B'rith should be the new; that Brother Rabbi David Max Fichhorn. director of Student Union activities at the State Universities at Gainesville and Tallahassee, respectively, is actively b hind a movement to introduce a course or courses in Hi" brew ai the University of Florida. Gainesville, The proposition has been submitted to the curriculum committee of the University Kablii Kichhorn has the hearty endorsement of Dr. Johnson. University of Y. M. C. A. head and instructor in Bible courses at the STAGE The much talked about stage about these parts has finally been finished and used. Members are urged to come here and see for themselves then they will be the Best "V" boosters. Come see the stage. JOHN C. FRAZURE YOUR NEXT MAYOR VOTE YES ON THE PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENT (Paid Political Ad\ Elect MITCH WOLFSON A Native South Floridian "A Successful Business Man" Candidate for MIAMI BEACH CITY COUNCIL (Paid Political Adv.)



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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1939 Beach Incumbents Oppose Change Miami Beach's election is exto be the hottest yet disEay< in this history of the city becaua of the controversial refernestion on changing the arter to provide for election of a mayor. Strong opponents of the charter char; • %  are the four incumbents who are asking for reelection on [h, baaia of their past performance experience and ability. They dec*'. • %  well a mayor as is prov „i, under the legislative act rug] through the present sees ,„n in Tallahassee would have "dictatorial powers" and would reduce City Manager Claude Renlba executive powers to that of a niii %  official. u ...m i Bill i Burbrldge also ly oposed to the charter cbai waa first elected to the .until in 1932 and 1934 and during nve years of service has egtal ished an enviable record for ,:: and attention to the af• the city. He is one ol has received much com• for the reduction of the xea and its exceptionally m lal standing throughout try. His many friends aj.. us re-election to the City t Miami Beach on his in private life and his nts while a membei of Council. ilman Val C. Cleary, who isa saor of Miami Beach 1!'21; justice of the 126-1927; re-elected justice eace without opposition 9-1930-1931; mayor of Miich, 19."0-I9;i2. and city n since 1934. is : ; %  liter change. says. "I don't favor the m because the present i. arter in my opinion has i ut excellently and the condition of the city Indicates thii 1 advocate taxes to be held at the 1< .st possible minimum; paving : seven] of our streets to the end thai we will have bettor driving and more drainage facilities; the acquiring of more parks and piaygn .nds; building of a municipal auditorium and convention hall; better and brighter lighting of our stieets so that driving will be made safer and the pedestrains will h;ive more protection." :nan Harry M. Hice. a of Miami Beach for the (' years and for 16 years of : a member of Miami ity councils, is in the real : building business. Hin ..(lares himself "strongly : to the proposed charter adding, "it is ,i step backWe've tried for years to politics from the police an.I have done s" by %  • vi< e und by < Ity Manshav s woik. We n lose %  ne along these lines by mayi %  > ; 11 ei I hat con:•.' In fai %  nullify the area, "I have no paraform. The most im-ineos is to see that the city k< • ps apace of private development; the tremendous buildam particularly of hotels *nd apartments, and to do everything pi ssible to see that these buildings are occupied. I advocate -. ,-ity publicity and* advertising more entertainment for the visitors and more convention fad] %  including an auditorium Robert W. Ralston, another Incumbi • councilman, declare* himself I itony opposed to the charier ,-.<:? in the form in which 11 ls ing put before the people." K i n adds. "If the people w r.ti vote for a mayor I'd be *ith them 100 per cent, but the **> the bill is drawn the main %  "U'Is hidden behind the mayoralty race, "What they've actually done is to take all powers from the city manger and the city council and P" 1 't in the hands of one Individ"al That's where the danger lie* Rals'on, a resident ot the Miami *£* for 30 years and of Miami ath for 19 years, has served "Wet t-rms for a total of six years M K-.incilman. He is a realtor and leveloper of areas including oilier. Beach and numbers of mal!. r subdivisions. P I latform is brief. "It is the j*""' platform I gave when I was !" *t elected, and that is to serve "' •ectiona and interests in Miami B ach impartially and with equal '.hi; | Beach I SOCIETY ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF BABY BOY Ms. a,„l Mrs. Julian Kurlander I %  """" %  nee the birth of a babv son born Sunday. May 21st at the Jackson Memorial Hospital Both "'"ther and baby are doing nicely. • • BOARD TO MEET The Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will hold a hoard meeting Monday evening at 8:15 P. m in the vestry rooms of the synagogueAll board members are urged to attend as important business will he transact • • • LEAVE FOR NORTH Mrs. Bertha I: levy and children Will leave June 3rd by train for (amp Wohelo in th • Blue Ridge Mountains. Mr--. Levy is the owner and direct. M of the ramp. • • • BEACH MIZRACHI HOLDS M iSS MEETING Sixtei n Senior an,! Junior Jewish organizations participated in 'h • pledge mass meeting held at lii Beth Jacob Synagogu • under the ausnices of th %  Miami Bea h i Mizrachi. Am >ng • eakersi wer-' Dr. B. Dc Koven for the Bea h Mizrachi. Mr. Donald La THE JEWISH FLORTnTAW PAGE SEVEN fairness I'll endeavor to oppose tax im i eases and ex| other than to provide proper facilities and protection for the citizens of Miami Beach." Vigne, for the Freda Markowitz Post No 174. Jewish War Voter ans; Mrs, I. Wolk for the Miami Beach and Greater Miami Pio>' % %  • %  > %  Women; Mr. Harold Turk for the Minnionairesj MrsB H. 1 >ndon for the Beth Jacob Sisterhoodj Mr. Nathan Adelman for the Beach A. Z. A.; Mrs. Wu' he,. f., r the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress and Mrs. A. J. Tobin for the Y. M. H A. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, principal speaker, closed with the ceremony of taking the ph-dge "If I forget Thee, 0 Jerusalem, may my right hand forget its cunning." together with the audien.e. Telegrams were sent in the names of the participating organizations to the state senators and local '"iiirr ssman. The next meeting of the Mi ami Beach Mizrachi will be held %  Saturday night. June 3rd, in the form of a Melaveh Malkeh party, at the .Beth Jacob Synagogue. The report of our delegate to the national convention will IKread ] Y. M. H. A. NOTES (Continued fro ml'age Three) and in conclusion, Mr. Eddie Rubin, fruit merchant. If you had a nice time at the nomination meeting then be prepared for a greater time at the annual elections June 7th. Pictun • will be taken of all attending including scenes of th.. feed bag battl >. Start talking it up now and lets have a knockout attendance that the Y. M. H. A. truly deservesY HEBREW AND YIDDISH CLASSES BEGIN MAY 29th A new project has been inaugurated by our executive director, Mr. Grossman, with classes in 11 brew and Yiddish for adults only beginning this Monday, May 29th at 7:30 p. m. Rabbi Abraham Kelln'er will be in charge. All adults welcome. Y— — e "Y" DANCES The first in a series of Sunday night dances sponsored by Ih i "Y" took place last Sunday night. A very large crowd attended and judging from the comments of thosepresent this will be one of the greatest features during th'-' coming summer months. A dance contest was held and Marvin Reuii'n and Blanche Seilegman won ton honors with Boh Freilich and Marjorie Roberts coming in second. Th:next dance will be held next Sunday night. Sid St ipkin's orchestra. featuring "Flea" Madden supplied the "hot licks" for dancing All members are urged to be on deck next Sunday for a good time Y LIBRARY Our executive director has issued a call t.i all Jewish organizations in the Greater Miami area and to public spirited citizens to send in all books for our library. If you will advise Mr. Maurice Grossman, the executive director, these books will be called for. Please cooperate with us. This is the first venture of its kind in Miami Jewry and we urge all citizens to cooperate with usIn his annual report to the membership our executive director said, among other things, as follows: "It is a well known fact that there is room for more coordination among the various Jewish organizations in Grater Miami with reference to the holding of social affairs. On many occasions two or three organizations have had affairs, the same evening, or within a day or two th reafter making it impossible either society to obtain any measure of success. With a view of alleviating this condition and to help each organization make a financial success of its affair, we have recently organized a "clearing bureau" at the "Y". We act as a "clearing house" for every organization and have notified^ (Continued on Page Six) CAPT. BAKER'S SIMMER CAMP FOR BOYS OPENS JUNE 11 49 miles from Miami—"located ( the Ocean". Bv far the finest boys' camp in Florida. "Limit• ed Enrolment." Phone for Cat• alog—7.5031 or 7-1570. VOTE FOR ALL FOUR RE-ELECT True Tried Trusted Councilmen W. M. BILL' BURBRIDGE VAL C. CLEARY HARRY M. HICE R. W. (BOB) RALSTON They are Clean Conscientious Capable Efficient Energetic They Have EXPERIENCE! VOTE FOR ALL FOUR Wm. (Bill) Burbridge Val C. Cleary Harry M. Hice R. W. (Bob) Ralston VOTE FOR ALL FOUR Paid Political Adv. % 



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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MAY 2fi 10/m h TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-J548 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both Oi" the Riibhis will be in the Temple every morning. You may consult with thnni on matters concerning the Jewis community, or you:* pe:sonal problems. You "ill be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in strict confidence. CONGREGATIONAL • *••••••** •• "Do i3t withdraw thy.slf from the congregation-"—Hillel TEMPLE ISRAEL GRADUATION • *** *** At the Friday evening services of May 26th at 8:15 p. m., eleven students will be graduated from the high school department of the Temple Israel Religious School. The program for the evening follows: ORDER OP SERVICES 1. — Invocation and Opening Services; Bernadine Ann Roth2—Borchu and Shma; Rabbi Zwitman. 3.—Conducting the Sefrvide; Jack Rubin. Addresses on the Theme "They, Too, Stood at Crossroads." 4.—Introductory Address; Julius E. Bearman. 5—Joehanan Be Zakkai; Beverly Cohen. 6.—Judah Hanassi; I. Frank Davis. 7.—Maimonides; Blanche Goldstein. 8—Joseph Caro; Gladys Wolfe 9. — Closing Address; Renee Greenfield. Musical Offering—The Choir 10—Address to Parents; Fran us Rose Katz. 11.—The Class Gift; Marjorie Reichenback 12.—Presentation of Diplomas; J Gerald Lewis, President I gregation, 1989 in. 13.—Presentation of Torahs; Mrs Harold B. Spaet, President S sterh I. 1989-40. 14.— Address; Rabbi Kaplan. 15.—Address; Rabbi Zwitman. 16.—Closing Prayer and Con elusion of Service; Jack Metzger 17. Kaddish and Benediction; Rabbi Kaplan. A reception for the graduates will follow the services Members and friends of the Congregation are cordially invited. *• ***** • RELIGIOUS SCHOOL ********** •* "Upon the children of the Schools, does all the world depend."—Talmud (Tractade Sabbath llb.) • ANNUAL RELIGIOUS • SCHOOL PICNIC • f* ••*•• •• The Religious School picnic will be held at the Las Olas Casino at Fort Lauderdale on Sunday, May 28th, at 10:00 a m. Pupils of the Religious School who wish to attend the picnic but have no means of transportation will please be at the Temple at 10:00 a. m., and arrangements will be made for them. In charge of the picnic will be the Religious School Board, consisting of Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs. Gordon Davis, Mrs. Morris Rubin, Mrs. Max Nankin, Mr. Leo Huberman and Mr. J. Gerald Lewis. At the closing exercises of last Su'nday. the following awards were made: Kindergarten: Mrs. Leona Levin, teacher; Honor students: entire class. Class 1, Miss Lightman; Perfect Attendance: Edward Pastroff, Frances Louise Wolfaon; Scholarship: Alan M. WeilClass 2. Mrs. Seligman; Perfect Attendance: Gcrmaine Blum. Natalie Le Vine, Jules Pearlman, Jr.. David Friedman. Shirley Hyams; Scholarship: Shirley Neilinger; Honorable Mention: Natalie Le Vine. Herbert Iliisch. Audrey Silvern, Jules Pearlman, Jr.. Norman Rossman, Jr. Class :!. Mrs. J. Leonard; Hon orable Mention: Sybil Cowen, Lois Nevins. Class 4, Mrs. Constance Pearl man; Perfect Attendance: Billy Rubin; Scholarship: Harold W.in berg. Shiela Slaim, Billy Rubin. Class I, Mrs. I. M. Weinstein; Scholarship: Mona Pastroff. Gerald Gordon. Class .". Mrs. S II. l.utsky; Perfect Attendance: Adele Cowen. Blossom Hyams, Isabel Levy, David Lutsky, Morton Miller; Scholarship: Rosemond Rubin, Enid Silvern. Judith Wolpert, Benjamin Bronston, Jr.; Honorable mention: Shiela Lewis. David Lutsky, Louis WVilfson, II., Adele Cowen, Blossom Hyams. Charles Goldstein, Joel Kuperberg, Sanford Sprint/., Doris Rosfcnthal? Philip Weinstein. Isabel Levy, Eileen Alpert, Betty Wein Class 6, Mrs. Harold Spaet; Scholarship: Bart Cohen, Dorothy able mention: Janice Greenfield. Goldstein, Joy Simonhoff; Honor Barbara Gordon, Joe Gassenheimer, June Levy. High School 1, Mrs. Grossman; Perfect Attendance: Regina Loveman; Scholarship: Joyce Pearl man. Charles Rubin; Honorable mention: Nathan Ratner, Henry Bronner. High School 2. Mrs. Sadie Weinberg; Perfect Attendance: Eileen Cowen, Lee Weinberg, Essie Sobel; Scholarship: Harriet Marcus, Lee Weinberg; Honorable mention: Marjorie Fisher. Ann Cassel, Eileen Cowen, Jerry Landfield, Harriet Goldman AMERICAN ZIONISTS TO PRESENT UNIFIED SLATE OF DELEGATES TO WORLD ZIONIST CONGRESS SOCIETY SPINOZA GROUP CONTINUES MEETINGS The Excommunication will be the topic of Dr. Abraham Wolf son's lecture before the Spinoza Group this Saturday afternoon at 3:00 p. m., on the lawn at 1059 Collins Avenue. This will be the first in a series of 18 lectures on the Life and Philosophy of BeneGRADE "A" GOAT MILK Only licensed and inspected goal dairy in South Florida Visitors Welcome Daily Delivery DR. ELLIOTT'S GOAT DAIRY 8900 N. W 27th Avenue PHOXE 7 L'D.-.L' (Continued from Page One) that the above are the sentiments of the large Jewish masses in this country and the world over. "In order to giv e further con crete and direct expression to these sentiments, we continue with the work of our Shekel registration in one united effort un til June 11, 1939. "We call upon all the Zionist groups throughout the land and upon all Jewish organizations and societies to utilize the remaining weeks for an intensive and determined Shekel registration until we have registered one million Jews as Shekel payers. Every Do You Own Your Home? There never wa a better tllM than njw to build on* The Liberal Fifianclnfl Through Federal Housing Administration Makes rt Possible Olve mo a call and I will eladljr Help you to ftet the best posolble Information as to lta plan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Ins. Agency 1015 Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-3151 BENJAMIN COHEN for COUNCIL "Able Fearless Efficient" (Pd. Political Adv.) diet Spinoza to be given this summer. The Group will continue meeting every Saturday during the entire summerA musical program precedes and open forum discussion follows every lecture. All are welcome. Jew and Jewess of 18; year, over, must be enrolled on the list of those who are ready in lefend. the vital interests and hoi the Jewish people. "In order to make possi' prolongation of our Shekel ;ration and in order thai work of registration may tinue with the participation Zionist groups and parties united effort, we agree up single slate of delegates t< or of e the regitthis conof all < one n a I the 21st World Zionist COIICMS thus eliminating the necessity 0 f| balloting and releasing the timel and effort which such ball tingf would entail towards the Work of | Shekel registration." | THIS IS TO ANNOUNCE I THAT THE MOSELEY i i I ELECTRICAL SERVICE j (EARL MOSELEY, MJ..> I 11 IN MIAMI SINCE 1023 Is Now Located in tin ir New Some ;it 1 5 71 N. W. 5th St { Cor. N W. ."ith St. at hth W. JACKSONVILLE'S LEADING HOTEL L* I (Til* aI '*"* modern. lire£ fLj W prool howl In the ... .... heart ol downtown b U M M t K j ackK nyi ||.. £..,. COMFORT room wilh tub and ihowrr. soil water. radio, and Venetian blinds. Every bed with innersprinq mattress and reading lamp. 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Miami, Fla
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May 26, 1939

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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VOL 12 _O-j0_
7/7/?> JhBwiislh Unity
P9
______ _________MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1939
PRICE FIVE CENTS
LEAGUE OF
IliL
w UN'S Palcor Ag.-ncy)
I Xh, Council of the League of
|jj,i pening its sessions
L-. Monday of this week.
I hat it would defer its
I the new British policy
[. e until its meeting
lj-v .tnher. The Council
llfan: a >rt statement by Brit
I.,- Foi rn Secretary Vicount
I a repeated the Gov-
1 isition as stat'il in
l:;.. W] I'aper issued last week.
I;-. then decided to await
!}, <'f the Permanent
I; mission of th 11
I scheduled to hold
a meeting at wl
Secretary Mai*
laid will explain the
I- ind defend th G
I isition. The Council
la..' ve its opinion
[ the basis of I he r -
I Mandates Comnu-
LENIENCY CAUSE
LAW REJECTION
.London",-1 (WNS Hie Pi-ague
Government's projected anti-Jew-
ish law was rejected by Baron
VOW Neurath, "Protect6r" of Bo-
hemia.Moravia, according to re-
liable information from the Czech
capital which revealed that von
Neurath was opposed to the anti-
Jewish law as being "too lenient."
The Reich Protector was said to
be opposed, to certain dausi it
the law which provided for the
following.
I. Setting up certain persons
as "honorary aryans" 2, Viola-
tion of the Rassenschande prin-
ciple by permitting mixed mar-
riages with the provision that the
"aryan" partner would be con
sidered a Jew :l Admission of
more than 50 lawyers to the
P iai I. Incomplete liqu-
"aryanization" of
J( essive" i of -lew- in
some if.....t'
It pan the
i, | offer
.. d chemist positio
11 Jewish prof -
in Prague, however, have not
taken advantage "f the -ff..- af-
ter a three-day period of reflec-
tion granted by the Gestapo.
OFFICERS ELECTED UNANIMOUSLY
HI FEDERATION ANNUAL MEETING
STANLEY MYERS HEADS
FEDERATION FOR
SECOND TERM
The officers and Standing com-
mittees for the coming year were
unanimously elected last Sunday
night, when the Board of Direc-
tors of the Greater Miami Fed-
eration of Jewish Welfare Funds
held their annual meeting-
The following officers were
elected.
President, Stanley f. Myers;
First Vice President, Day .1.
British Gov't. "White Paper"
Wlan Gets 'Own' Approval
8 TO 170 PRO VOTE FOL-
LOWS LENGTHY DEBATE
-BOTH PARLIAMENT
HOUSES ASSENT
WNS Palcor Agi I
IAt*- days of stormy de
I opposition li
| i lonservath e M m-
' I again appeal
[ I ommons not to ac
Paper isstl
I ent last week.
|H' Tuesday afti i
i w British policy
[ by a vote of 268 '
. li -day night b)
|H is,
the motion for
I the day before by
| n tary Malcolm Mac
put to a vote, the
I n ived by Tom Wil
opened the debate
-a ion was also lost
of 2S1 to 181 Mr.
P-WtmV endment had been
that the new policy
! i jncoi t,-nt with the Man-
"ill at it should first be
|*tted the League of Na
being voted on by
I *riiament.
The g0\ -nment's white paper.
Pnoontint he plan to create an
IpPtndi 1'alestine state which
I J* (lain wil) (rive them a per
1 *!*n*nt m ritjr among th-- Ar
,bs next vill be placed before
|*( perms t mandates commit-
|" of the League of Nations.
T*J 4:00 o'clock Monday after
I*0"- before a fairly full House
^Commons, Colonial Secretary
lclm MaeDonald moved that
_ House approve the Govern
lr,nt's Policy for Palestine as
'ontained in the White Paper is-
sued last week, thus paving the
ivay for his own defense of the
policy and the subsequent debate,
which lasted through Tuesday.
Among the prominent visitors
-itting in the gallery as the de
hate started were Dr. Chaim
\\ tmann, Pres idei if the Jew
V_ r. y foi Pa and of
\\ rid / ... in, in zation;
Vrthu \'M i t Wa
chope, former High Comm
er for Palestine; Sir Ronald
, f : British Milil ivj
" Jerusalem; Prof
Bi j. p a! head of
the Jewish Agency Executive i"
; Moshe Shertok, political
the Jewish Ag nc;
Ji isa
irer of the Jewish
ig-'nc;
Tin- Colonial Seer tary repu
ed the charge that -hire had
a breach of faith,
i that the Government owed
an equal obligation to the Jews
and the Arabs. H maintained
the authors of the Balfour
,i ontinued <>" Page Pour)
the Beth Jacob Sisterhood; Mr.
I.eon Elkin addressed the Board
on behalf of the Workmen's Cir-
cle; Mrs. B. H. London, Presi-
dent of Beth Jacob Sisterhood,
spoke; Mrs. Harry Oliphant
Mrs. Ida Buckstein and Mrs. J-
H. Kaplan, each spoke in behalf
of the Beth David Sisterhood.
Sisterhood of Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation and Sister-
hood of Temple Israel, respec-
tively.
The ideal, as expressed in all
of these talks, was that Federa-
tion was a vital factor not only
in the community today, hut had
meant a great deal to each of
(Continued on I'age Four)
ANNUAL DANCE IS
SPONSORED BY
B'NAI B'RITH
Tuesday evening, May 30th.
beginning at 9:00 p. m-, and last-
ing until 1:00 a. m., the anivual
invitation dance of the B'nai
B'rith will be held in the beauti
ful and spacious outdoor patio
gardens of the Coral Gables
Country Club. Music will be fur
nished by a prominent orchestra
and in case of inclement weather
dancing will be enjoyed in the
lovely indoor ballroom-
All members and lady friends
will he admitted free of charge
upon presentation of invitation
cards now being mailed. Fifty
cents per person will be charged
all non-members attending
In charge of arrangements are
Mr. Benj. Le Vine, Walter Kov-
ner, J. Aron Abbott and Sam
Weissi I.
AMERICAN ZIONISTS TO PRESENT
I UNIFIED SLATE OF DELEGATES
TO WORLD ZIONIST CONGRESS
STANLEY (' MYERS
Florida "House
Urges Government
To Intervene
Tallahassee, Km.. (WNS>-
The Florida House of Reprei '
tatives urged that Great Britain
.abide by Its pledges" to estab
|iah a Jewish homeland in Pal-
estine. The House adopted a
memorial to President Roosevelt
and Secretary Hull asking them
to make "proper representa-
*4uf to the British Govern-
ment.
Apt,-; Second Vice President,
Benjamin Bronston; Treasurer.
Samuel Blank; Secretary, Elry
Stone; Campaign Chairman, Bar-
on de Hirsch Meyer.
Budget Committee
M. -I Kopelowitz, Isaac Levin,
Max Orovitz, Dr. Frank Coret,
Leo Eisenstein, Manic Liberman,
Vbe Aronovitz, Monte Selig, Leo
Robinson.
Executive Committee
.lakv Sher. Joseph Lipton. E.
\ i Pallot, Mrs Morris Plant,
j Gerald Lewis, Sol Goldstrom,
R I.'. Adler, Benjamin Le Vine,
Irving Prankel, Mitchell Wolf-
son.
In response to the invitation
,1 to each of the local par
ticipating agencies, to give a talk-
on "What Federation has meant
to them,"' many were heard,
| ng Mr, Samuel Blank.
chairman of the Miami Coordi-
nating Committee, who expressed
the views of that body; Mr- R-
I! Adler. who spoke in behalf of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau, of
which he is President; Mr. Milton
Friedman, immediate past presi
dent of the Young Men's Hebrew
Association, who gave his opin-
ion aa to the relationship of
Federation to the Y. M- H. A.,
during the past year; Mrs. Ben-
jamin Ix- Vine, president of the
Miami Section, National Council
of Jewish Women spoke; Mrs.
H. Seitlin represented the Pio-
neer Women's Organization and
gave a very excellent address in.
Yiddish; Mrs. M. Krieger spoke
in behalf of Hadassah and fori
JJ-TT *r.; _
Determined to display a united
front in the face of the action of
Great Britain in issuing the White
Paper, the U- S. Central Sh.-kel
and Election Board, representing
all of the groups and parties in
the Zionist movement, has decid-
ed to present a single ticket of
delegates to the coming World
Zionist Congress which will be
held at Geneva on August 16,
1939- This action does away
with the necessity of balloting
for delegates which was origin-
ally scheduled for June 11th. The
present Shekel Registration Cam-
paign which was to terminate on
May 22nd will thus be continued
In coming to the above decis-
ion the l". s. Central Shekel and
Election Board has issued the fol-
lowing Manifesto:
"Unshaken in our faith in the
eventual victory of our ideal, we
continue the struggle for lir
rights in the land of our fati. -
'We proclaim most emphatical-
ly to the entire world, that we
shall never relinquish our God-
given rights in Eretz Israel. No
discouragement and no obstacle in
the world can interrupt our pro-
gress in the work of rebuilding
our homeland. By the sheer force
of our immutable will and uncon-
querable determination, we shall
overcome everything that comes
r--ir |
Yy/ --,,,-
VTium m iSjiu/
woe
^PAUSTINI
by all parties with greater effort
until June 11th. Settlement for
registered shekolim obtained un-
til now will have to be made,
however, not later than May 22nd.
in the way of our deliverance and
freedom in our historic land.
"We, the Zionist groups of
America, are firmly convinced
(Continued on Page Eight)

I




PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD
HOLDS INSTALLATION
Mrs. Isidor Cohen, organizer
an'd first president for a number
of years, of the Beth David Sis-
terhood which is celebrating its
22nd anniversary, after a lapse
of years has been drafted to take
the office of presidency of the
Sisterhood and was installed at
th? annual installation luncheon
held Wednesday. Other officers
installed were Mrs. Charles Ab-
bott, first vice-president; Mrs. I.
LangiY'r, second vice-president;
Mrs. H. Sootin, third vice-presi-
dent; Mrs. Harry Markowitz, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Nathan
Kromash, financial secretary;
Mrs Sol Weinkle, treasurer; Mrs.
B. Kandel, sergeant-at-arms; and
Mrs. Harry Mandell, Mrs- Morris
Pepper, Mrs. J. F. Pallot, Mrs.
Samuel Weissel, Mrs. Abe Rubin,
Mrs. Robert Kranzman, Mrs. M.
Rippa, Mrs. J. Syman, Mrs. D-
Wernikoff, board members-
More than onv hundred and
fifty women, members and visi-
tors attended the installation and
paid tribute to the mother of
Miami's first Jewish community'
FRIDAY, MAY 26,
1939
BENJAMIN iCARDOZA
YOUNG JUDEA MEETS
At the last meeting of the
Benjamin N. Cardoza Young Ju
dea, Betty Ann Kirschenbaum
was elected Secretary.
CHESED SHEL EMETH
TO INSTALL OFFICERS
The regular meeting of the
Chesed Shel Emeth Sisterhood
will take place in the form of an
installation luncheon Monday,
Plans were made for a picnic May 29th at 12:30 p. m, at the
to be held in Greynold's Park. | Palatial Restaurant. 2f>:> N. E.
within a few weeks, with Isidore j Second Street, rffami. In charge
Ratthaus as chairman, assisted j of arrangements are Mrs. Jean
by Pearl C. Stein, Betty Ann S.'itlin, chairman, assisted by
SHEKEL CAMPAIGN
CONTINUES
The Shekel Campaign in Great-
er -Miami will be extended until
June 11th giving the community
ample time to register every Jew
and Jewess eighteen years of age
or over. About six hundred She-
kolim have been sold and the
Shekel hoard is confident that
over 1,000 will be reached by the
end of the campaign. Do your
share! Purchase a Shekel! See
That your friend does likewise!
Kirschenbaum and Adele Sootin.
The next meeting will be held
on Wednesday. May 31st at 8:00
Vclock at the Beth David Talmud
Torah. All members are urged
to attend as very important bus-
iness will he discussed.
Miss Diana Coopersmith, leader
of the club, has offered to give
% prize to either the boy or girl
'hat brings in the most members
between now and Rosh Hashona.
At present, there are (6 members,
VISIT NEW YORK
WORLD'S FAIR
SPECIAL BOUND TUP FARE
43 NEW YORK
IN COACHES
Mc-dames William Clein, Molly
Apte, H. M. Kagan and Moiri-
Badanes. Rabbi Abraham A.
KellneT will deliver the Invoca-
tion; Rabbi Max Shapiro, the
benediction; Mrs. .lean Seitlin
will a Mrs. Morris Dubler will install
the officers.
Officers to he installed are
Mrs. Isidor Cohen.
president for the sixth consecu
tive term; Mrs. I Rosengarten,
fust vice-president; Mis William
Clein, second vie.' president; Mrs
Jean Seitlin. third vice president;
Mrs. s. stone, treasurer; Mis.
Molly Ante, recording secretary;
Mrs. I.. Gadon, financial
WAR VETERANS
MAKE REQUEST
The Freda Markowftl Post of
the Jewish War Veterans of th..'
United States in regular meeting
assembled has passed a resolu-
tion asking all business houses of
Jewish faith to close their stores
Memorial Day from 9:00 a m. to
12:00 noon and to display flags
in memory of the deceased com-
rades.
SISTERHOOD TO HOLD
INSTALLATION LUNCHEON
The annual installation lunch-
eon of the Temple Israel Sister
hood will take place Monday, May
re-elected I 29th at 1:00 p. m at Howard
Johnson's Grill, Biscayne Boule-
vard and Eleventh Streel Miami.
MASS MEETING
HELD
About "i00 Jews of metropoli-
tan Miami met at Temple Israel
Monday evening to adopt a reso-1 tary; Mrs. M. Felman, corres-
lutior; protesting against Great j ponding secretary; Mrs. Morris
Britain's recently announced pol- Dubler, auditor; Mesdames A.
icy of restricting Jewish imiiii- Leibowitz, N. Rappaport, M. Ba
gration to Palestine. danes, Wolf Cohen, Sol Schwartz
Rev. Miles D. Blanchard. pas- Nathan Pritzlcer, Manuel Rippa.
tor of Advent Christian Church. E. Cordon and Mprris Ktbtikin,
and Alexander Orr., Jr., city com- board members
missioner, were the non-Jewish All those desiring to attend are
speakers; and representing Jew- requested to make reservations
ish organizations were: Mrs. Sam by Friday.
Simonhoff, Hadassah. Rabbi Max-
Shapiro, chairman of the local
shekel committee of the Zionist
district, and Harry Simonhoff, of
B'nai B'rith.
Sidney Segall, president of the
local chapter of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, presided.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman gave
the invocation.
the
ANNUAL PICNIC
TO BE GIVEN
The Ladies Auxiliary
Miami Jewish Orthodpi
gation will hold their annual
nic for the pupils of -
and Sunday Schools. Sui day \|a.
28th at the Hollywood i.ajjj
Mrs. Charles Tannenban,,
be in charge of an;,: ^nu.ntJ
and Mr. George Chertki.f vv,i| ^
in charge of the gam.-, g.j
will leave the synagogi;. ,,j
a. m sharp. All chili. .
requested to be prompt ,
bring their own lunehe.

ELECTS OFFICERS
The election of the board of
trustees of the Beth David Coa.
gregation was held Sunday, May
14th following which the, elected
officers at a meeting May 184,
Mr. Leo Ackerman wa l
president; Mr. Jack August, vjce
president; Mr. Milton 1 '
secretary and Mr. Louis Weinklt,
treasurer.
?
WINS SCHOLARSHIP
Miss Naomi Grossma'
ter of Mr. and Mrs.
Grossman, has been nol
.... she |g the winner of a S
The committee m ,-haiire of av-" _.
. ,, to the exclusively Girl -
rangements includes Mesdames
JUNIOR HADASSAH
TO SPONSOR DANCE
The Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah is giving a "Joe College"
dance Sunday evening, June 4th
at Vasa Hall, 3900 N. F. Second
Avenue at 9:30. A square dance.
DAUGHTER TO BE
CONFIRMED
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shier an-
nounce the confirmation of their
daughter, Edythe Sunday evening
May 28th at 8:00 p. m., at the
Beth David Synagogue. All
friends are cordially invited to
attend the services. No invita
tions are being issued.
*
JUNIOR HADASSAH
TO MEET
Henry I). Williams, Maxwell Hy
mar and Herman Homa. The in-
vocation will lie delivered by
Rabbi Colman A, Zwitman, the
benediction by Dr. Jacob S. Kan-
Ian; Mrs. S. II. Lutsky will pre
side as toastmistress and Mrs
I.e..nan] Epstein will install the
officers. The new president, Mrs.
Harold B. Spaet will give an ad-
dross and will also announce the
chairmen of tho standing com-
mittees. The theme of the oc-
casion will be "The Spirit of Sis
terhood." Miss Maxine Kantor, a
of Northwestern University, will
graduate of the school of speech
trive. a scene from "The Wingless
Victory" by Maxwell Anderson
Reservations must be made by
Saturday morning with any mem-
ber of the committee-
Officers to he installed include
Mrs Harold B. Spaet, president;
Mrs Max Orovitz, first vice pres-
ident; Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, sec-
ond vice president; Mrs. Henry
D. Williams, recording secretary;
Mrs. Ben.) Vronston, correspond-
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Naomi is a senior at -
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Mrs. A. E. Freilich, chairman, is
being assisted by Mrs. Irwin
Krick and Mrs. Marx Feinberg.
This dance will be the final
social event on the calendar of
Junior Hadassah before election
and installation of new officers
in June. Tickets are available
from any member of the club and
may also be purchased at the
door. The proceeds from this
dance will be used to complete
the quotas of the organization,
and the public is cordially invited
to attend.

There will be an important mg secretary; Mrs. Herbert Si
meeting of Junior Hadassah Mon-1 mon finan(.io) secretary: Mrs.
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The wedding of Miss Dorothy
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sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Shevin of Miami. Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiated. The couple
left for a honeymoon trip to
Cuba, after which they are spend-
ing several weeks visiting in
Miami. They will reside in Nas-
sau where Mr. Bott is engaged
in business
INSTALLATION
TO BE HELD
The annual installation of of-
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the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
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with Mrs. H. If, Kagan and Miss
Margaret, Kaplan in charge of
arrangements. Mrs. Mauri C e
Grossman will install the offi-
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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1939 VOLUME 18NUMBER 20 ;
Rally Held For
Beach Candidate
*!STORY OUTLIVES POLICY ....
TIME MARCHES ON!
Iti is a source of great sorrow that there be such an
oat me of these many years of labor and sacrifice. I can only
opi ss the hope that the action of the present British Govern-
mer. does not indicate the will of the English people and that I
mother and more just policy will come into being." That, in
MM .ce is the feeling of a cross section of American public
op.' on, if we are to interpret editorial comment in the press
of the country in the light of public opinion. Dr. Cyrus Adler,
pre.-ident of the Jewish Theological Seminary of New York,
and president of Dropsie College of Philadelphia, deplored the
Briv.sh White Paper as unjustified in view of the labor and
sacrifice which Jew sin Palestine have spent toward
fnki'.lment of an ideal, and expressed the hope, which Jews, all
ovt: the world, constantly keep sustainedthat another and
moif just policy will come into being when the threat of fas-
oum and power politics on the part of ambitious dictators
thr.V. have been removed.
"International Fascism led by Nazi Germany is the real
enemy in Palestine," is the conviction of many of our non-
Jewish friends who see in Arab resistance and violence to
British dominion a real threat to world peace, sponsored by the
Ren.e Berlin axis."
The dismemberment of Czechoslovakia is illustrative of
mother people, completely disenfranchised, who yet retain
thci. confidence that the future will bring another age of inde- j
pei dence and self-government and freedom from oppression.
hi the face of enforced dominion" these people display cour-
age nd fortitude, tapped from the source of patience so long
b to the Jewish people, and gaining from that found the
ipinl to carry on in the face of seemingly insurmountable
odd;
wmnimii.miuitmnm.iiiiiin
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
WHO
Wi
WHO AMONG
BOARD CANDIDATES
list of 30 nominees run-
ning ill 8 vacancies on the 3
War tumj 1 on the 2 year and
'' 01 l year term, a great
,l< i illabaloo can be expected
at tr :,nnual elections Wednes-
day, l 7th at the newly decor-
ated Y" dubrooms. Starting
thi 0f we come to Herman
Witman, now ffnance director;
Df Si nuel Beckman, cultural
chairman and accountant for the
*"i Ja. k Apte, board member;
ami former vice president; Ben
wrkin, former 3 year board mem-
kr; I, Safan, board member;
Dr Harold Rand, secretary; Har-
T Gordon, board member and
MBS* chairman; Phil Berkowitz,
i *** board member and member
sl"P chairman; Al Grossman, vice
Resident and former president;
Al Reisman, past officer and now
athletic director; Dr. Milton Sas-
law, board member and federa-
tion member; Nat Blumberg,
treasurer going on sixth term.
The following candidates are
eligible for the 1 year term only
plus the above nominees: Leo
Robinson, banker and past chair-
man of Parade of Stars; Fred K.
Shochet, managing editor of the
Jewish Floridian; Irving Querido,
.Juno Dairy executive; George
Goldberg, wholesale grocery mer-
chant; Dave Lemelman, attorney
and M. C; Aaron Freilich, cloth-
ing merchant; Harry Rose, past
board member; I-arry Grossberg,
past board member and finance
chairman; Joseph Syman, atfiv*
social member; Max Mintzer. col-
ored town merchant; Sam Miller,
merchant, Leon Elkin, insurance;
(ODntinued on Page Seven)
The committee who arranged for
the entrance of Mitchell Wolfson
into the councilmanic race were
hosts on Tuesday at a rally in Mi-
ami Beach which was attended by
more than one hundred property
Owners and business leaders who
gathered for luncheon in the
Strath Haven hotel.
Mr. Wolfson outlined his busi-
ness career as a co-owner of the
Wometco theatres, an organization
which has grown in the past fif-
teen years to include seventeen
motion picture houses. He also
cited his charitable, fraternal, club
and religious activities.
In Jewish affairs Mr. Wolfson
has been active in B'nai B'rith and
the Anti-Defamation League, is a
director of the Greater Miami
Federation of Jewish Welfare
Funds, and a member of Temple
Israel.
He also is a director of the Mi-
ami Chamber of Commerce and
the Miami Beach Rotary club, and
a member of the Shrine: chairman
of the public service group of the
19.'59 Community Chest; vice presi-
dent of the Motion Picture Thea-
tre Owners of America; director
of the Southeastern Theatre Own-
ers, and honorary member of the
Florida National Guard. He has
been active in Red Cross and Sal-
vation Army drives, and was in-
strumental in bringing two nation-
al conventions to Greater Miami.
Speakers at the luncheon in-
cluded Harry Simonhoff, toastmas-
ter; Councllamn Baron deHirsch
Meyer, Albeit Bernstein and Wil-
liam Taradash. All praised the
business ability, integrity, good
character and civic capabilities
thai that Mr. Wolfson has display-
ed generously during the years
since he came here from Key
West, his birthplace.
Commenting on widespread at-
tempts to make the proposed char-
ter changes an outstanding issue
in the election, Mr. Wolfson read
a prepared statement explicity
covering his view on that question,
which follows:
"The candidates for city coun-
cil, as such, have nothing to do
with the proposed charter change.
Even If a candidate for the coun-
cil is elected, he still will have no
official voice in the charter
change. Therefore, any expres-
sion on this subject is merely a
personal view, and one citizen's
vote is just as important as an-
other's, whether that citizen be a
candidate for office or not. This
question is being squarely submit-
ted to the electorate, and the final
decision is up to the voters and
not up to the candidates.
"Personally, I am opposed to the
charter change, but this is my
personal view as a voter, and not
as a potential city official. What-
ever the expression of the voters
may be on this subject will be
entirely satisfactory to me, and I
will carry out their will."
Attending were Edward Robin-
son. Jack Rouch, B. J. Bronston.
William Taradash. Dr. M. Good-
man. Baron DeHirsch Meyer.
Mitchell Wolfson, Bruno Weil. Val
Cleary, Harry Simonhoff. Carl
Gardner, Abraham Halperin, Sam-
uel Halperin. Arthur Levine, Rob-
ert Griffin, Walter Bower, Herman
Barnett, Albert Berkeley, Perry
Bittel. Louis Auberbach, Morris
Drucker, Irving Eisenstadt, Dave
Emmer, Dr. L. Finn. I. Frank,
J. L. Friedman, Irving Frankel
Irving Firtel. Benjamin Giller.
Robert Siegel, Milton Sirkin, Jer-
ome Goodman, Leonard Gross. Ro-
land E. Granat, Leo Hodes, S. J.
Kanner, Abraham Katz. B. Stahl-
maker. Albert Rousin, Stanley
Myer. Albert Bernstein. Benjamin
Sugarman, William Law. W. G.
Mechanic. Shep Swede. P. Stein-
berg, I. M. Cannon. Sol H. Lutsky,
Harry Markowitz, Ray Ehrlich,
Charles Greenfield. Maxwell Simon,
Harry Novak, Jay Finke, Sam
Reder, Elmer Laskin, Daniel Sep-
lar, A. J. Ulllan, S. Wasserman,
Charles S. Davis. A. Kahn, H. Sir-
kin. Joseph Williamson. Dr. M.
Klein, M. S. Rubin. Dr. Louis Mil-
ler, Abraham H. Mazor. Bernard
1 Sackowsky. Ben Siegalbaum, Stan-
ley Hodes, Leonard Wien, Ben
Kohl. Oscar Adler. Frank Becker,
Morris Alpert, Leo Einsenstein,
William Farr. M. Abramson. Wil-
liam Msur. Bernard Mayerson. I.
R; Mintzer, Benjamin Turchin,
Samuel Blank. Sol Goldstrom,
Johnny Rose, Fred Quittner, Bert
Reisner. Dr. A. Robbins, Alfred
Eliott, N. Eastman. Dr. B. Rob-
bins, E. I. Guthman. N. Fliesher.
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
NOW IT CAN BE TOLD
The announcement of the White Paper on Palestine might
have been delayed it' Ambassador Kennedy had spoken out
straight from the shoulder during the last week-end he spent
with Prime Minister Chamberlain.....As a matter of fact,
three days before the White Paper was made public there was
rejoicing in American Zionist ranks, a very, very high Wash-
ington official having told the Zionist leaders that assurances
had been received from London that no announcement would
be made for a long time. ... It seems, however, thai when
the British Government asked Kennedy point-blank whether be
thought that American public opinion would very much resent
the White Paper, he implied that American public opinion had
other things to worry about. Well-informed sources insist,
that the British Government timed the publication nf the White
Paper to coincide with the visit of Kin? George to this conti-
nent, in the belief that America's interest in royalty would
drown out whatever resentment the injustice toward the Jews
might eall forth.....
MORE ON ZION
American Zionist leaders are being submerged with tele-
grams and cables from Revisionists pleading that Jabotinsky be
given a chance to take over Weizmann's place. t Don't be
surprised if Stephen S. Wise. Louis Lipsky and Israel Goldstein
take an immediate trip to Palestine.....It is felt that the
American Zionist leadership should be represented on the spot
in these momentous days. Some of the best-known foreign
correspondents will proceed to Palestine shortly.....Amer-
ican editors expect the Holy Land to be hot news for quite
some time.....Pierre van Passen's "Days of Our Years'*
will be published in England next month, but the English edi-
tions will substantially curtail his attack on the British Gov-
ernment for its anti-Nazi policies.....
HEARD HERE
NBC reports that the most frequent request it gets from
German listeners to its short-wave broadcasts is for renditions
Of "The Star-Spangled Banner" .... Apparently there are
lots of people left in Naziland who like at least to hoar about
the home of the free.....Being peddled around New York
tlh-se days are nickel booklets bearing the title ''Hitler's Good
Deeds" The suckers who buy them find they've purchased
blank-books. Culled from The Nation: 'In Italy people
arc beginning to grumble that things were better under Mus-
solini". The man who presented the authorities with a
great deal of material in this matter of perjury charges against
, Fritz Kuhll is none other than T. II. Tetens. who is the gentle-
man we mentioned some columns ago as a one-man fighting
battalion waging war against the Nazis......We are also
happy to note that Uncle Sam is removing his post offices
from German ships, where they have been most useful to Nazi
spies, and that Federal agents are investigating Nazi consular
officials in this country. It's about time.....
THIS AND THAT
Nazi marauders have tried to set fire to the Jewish Pales-
tine Pavilion at the New York World's Fair, but quick action
on the part of an alert night watchman prevented the con-
sumation of the crime .... Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt has
informed the Palestine Pavilion that she has placed it on her
program for her next visit to the Fair. The Pavilion, by
the way, is scheduled to receive a special award as one of the
most original and artistic architectural achievements in the
Fair Grounds.....Reported from Washington: At a recent
Polish/Embassy dinner the wife of the German charge' d'af-
faires admired the Embassy dinner plateswhereupon a mem-
ber of the Italian Embassy staff informed her that soon she'd
be able to transnort the crockerv over to her own baliwiok. .
Radio circles tell us that Gabby Goebbels' pet English-language
broadcaster, familiarlv known as Uncle Willie, may be expect-
ed to appear on American air waves before long.....When
Gertrude Scholtz-Klink. feminine fuehrer of Nazidom, visited
England recently she was picketed bv Imrhshwomen carrying
the expressive placard "No Nazi Klink for British Women".


PAGE FOUR
THE JEWISHFLORIDIAN
FRroAY, MAY 26
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1546 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KBLLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
* SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC *
**
The annual Sunday School pic-
nic wili again be held in Holly-
wood, Florida, on Sunday, May
28th. The committee of the La-
dies Auxiliary in charge of the
affair has arranged for transpor-
tation to and from the place, and
an all day program of athletic-
events ^and contests and refresh-
ments will be served. We take
this opportunity to remind the
parents that the children will
leave promptly at 10:00 a. nv
The Rabbi requests that air par
ents refrain from packing meat
lunches as Milchig refreshments
will be served-

INSTALLATION OF
* OFFICERS
"***** *
Installation for the newly
elected officers of the Ladies
Auxiliary will be held in the
synagogue, Tuesday evening, May
30th at 8:00 p. m. As in the past
this affair will be one of great
interest and importance- The re-
tiring president will give a re-
port of the activities of the past
year while the incoming president
will discuss plans for the future.
Mrs. George Chertkof will pre-
side and Mrs. Maurice Grossman
will install the officers. Rabbi
Abraham Kellner will charge the
newly elected officers and outline
their duties. The committee in
charge of arrangements are Mrs.
H. M. Kagan and Miss Margaret
Kaplan. Refreshments will be
served and the members and
friends of our Congregation are
most cordially invited.

SYNAGOGUE NEWS *

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoenbrun
who recently joined our congre-
gation have presented the syna-
gogue with 100 Sedurim and 60
Yarrmulkes for the forthcoming
festival. We take this means of
expressing our sincere apprecia-
tion.
During the services last Shah
bos morning. Rabbi Kellner dis-
cussed events of the last few
weeks which vitally affect the
fate if our people. Following
th-' rinon the entire congrega-
tion rose n it< feet and before
the open ark took an oath of loy-
alty to Jerusalem and to En'z
Yisrael-
We are happy to thank the
committee for the Ladies Auxil-
iary who decorated the synagogue
so beautifully. May their splen-
did example and devotion to syn-
agogue ideals be an inspiration
to those who are still distant
from the house of God.
HABANOTH AWARDS *
The activities of th Miami
Chapter of Habanoth received
special praise from the national
officers assembled at a Sbevuous
meeting of the Women's Branch
of the Union of Orthodox Con-
gregation of America held in the
Institutional Synagogue in New
York City. It was particularly
stressed that Miami Chapter of
Habanoth was the pioneer organ-
ization in' the deep South, to pro-
pagate Orthodox ideals among
our young girls and that its ex-
ample has been emulated else-
where, a fact which gives great
satisfaction to those who are so
vitally interested in the survival
of traditional Judaism-
The coveted Habanoth awards
which are presented by the Nat-
ional Organization of Habanoth
to those girls who have shown the
most cultural achievement and
devoted club service, have been
sent to six members of the three
groups in the Miami Chapter.
The girls who have won the
awards are as follows:
The Buds
Kdna Weinstein, Club Service;
Paulanita Ginsberg, Cultural
Achievement; Sponsor, Mrs. Geo.
Chertkof.
The Girls of the Blue and White
Hope Ellen Tannenbaum, Club
Service: Madaline Shulman, Cul-
tural Achievement; Sponsor, Mrs.
Samuel Tannenbaum.
The Debs
Velma Abrahams. Club Service;
Rita Grossman, Cultural Achieve-
ment; Sponsor, Mrs. Abraham A.
Kellner-
son, four years old, and has suc-
cessfully operated his own busi-
ness for the past 10 years. His
program is to work for the better
ment of Miami Beach; to preserve
the economic structure of our
city finances; to protect, and de-
fend the safety and welfare of
our citizens; to make this city a
mecca for desirable winter visi-
tors, that prosperity may come
around that corner; for more and
better parks; and is one hundred
per cent for the new proposed
Miami Beach Hospital.
POLITICAL BRIEFS
R. P. Barnett, 41 years old,
came to Miami from Wabash,
Ind-, has 'been in the real estate
business in Miami and Miami
Beach since 1924 and has been a
continuous resident of Miami
Beach since 1933. He is a mem-
ber of the Miami Beach Presby-
terian Church and during the
World War he was enlisted in
the U. S. Army If elected he
will use every possible effort to
defeat the referendum for a "Dic-
tator Mayor" on June 6th; to
promote the city as a year round
resort and plan for its future
growth, etc. He has not made
any political promises and will
confine his program to a sound
business administration.
Michael P, ("Mike") Dallett, ;
garage and filling station op?r-
ator, has been a resident of Mi- j
ami Beach for 12 years and of j
Dade County for 19 years. He's
a member of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars, the American Le- I
gion and its Drum and Bugle
Corps, Odd Fellows and the
Moose-
Mr. Dallett wants to represent
all the people, doesn't want to,
tell them what they ought to
have; is opposed to this charter
change because he doesn't think
it's good for the city as i! places
too much power in one man's
hands. He is running on a little
common sense, and intends to
work with the city councilmen in
office, if elected, with a little
added emphasis on helping the
regular business men. doesn't
see anything drastically wrong
with the city and thinks it's a
pretty good city.
Charles K. Wheeler, retired
realtor, ccme to Miami twenty
years ago from Niagara Falls.
and has lived on the Beach for
the last 1 ."> years. He is an ex
tensive property ..wner and build-
er; is a member of Ocean Bay
Lodge, .Masonic Older; Miami
Beach Scottish Rites; the Odd
Fellows; the Miami Beach Lions
Club; thirty-eight years an Elk;
Commissioner of boxing on th?
Beach and chairman of the Arbi-
tration Board of the Miami Beach
Realty Board. Mr. Wheeler ad-
vocates the city's acquiring the
vacant lots on the ocean front a*
South Beach between First and
Third Streets for parks; the re-
districting for county commission
and the establishment of a small
claims court.
Herbert A Frink is a native
of Florida and has lived on Mi-
ami Beach for the past sixteen
years- He is married, has one
"White Paper" Plan
Gets Own Approval
(Continued from Pag1? One)
Declaration had not intended a
Jewish State, though he agreed
that the possibility of such a
state had not been excluded. He
dwelt on the significance of the
Declaration for the Jews, and
termed it "tho, fulfillment of a
promise to th? Jews, who have
shown marvelous zeal and have
revived the land."
He alluded to the "Hogarth
promise"a message delivered in
1918 by Commander D. G. Ho
garth of the Arab Bureau in Cai-
ro on behalf of the British Gov-
ernment to King Hussein of Hed-
jaz. Vital points of that messag
were the giving of guarantees for
the safety of the holy places in
Palestine. t|, assurance -hat "no
people shall 1... subject to anoth-
er" in Palestine, and the state
m nt that "His Majesty's C .v
eminent are determined, insofar
as is compatible with the freedom
of the existing population, both
economic and political, that no
obstacles should be put in the
way of the realization of this
ideal" '(of the Jewish National
Home in Palestine )
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His proceeding to defend the
rights and positions of the Ar-
abs, evoked sarcastic remarks
from the opposition, which ob-
viously believed his arguments to
be insincere. He made some rath
er vague observations regarding
the sale of land to Jews.
After an hour's resume h? con-
cluded that while he agreeed that
the Permanent Mandates Commis-
sion of the League of Nations
must be consulted with regard to
the policy, he felt that delay was
dangerous and accordingly urged
the House to give a majority
vote in favor of the policy.
When Mr. MacDonald had fin-
ished Tom Williams, Laborite.
opened the debate for the oppo
sition by making a motion to the
effect that the new policy was in
consistent with the Mandate and
that it should first be referred to
the League of Nations before be-
ing voted on by Parliament.
He expressed his disappoint-
ment, pointing out that the Colon-
ial Secretary had during one year
in office destroyed what states
inert had taken? twenty years to
build up. He charged Mr Mac-
Donald with having given the er-
roneous impression that the Jews
had insisted on the immediate
creation of a Jewish State.
Having spoken for three quar
ters of an hour in presenting his
opposition to the new policy, Mr.
Williams concluded that "the
new policy does not have a moral
basis." Referring to Mr. Cham-
berlain's description during his
recent Birmingham address of
the tragedy of the Jews, he ap-
pealed: "Do not let down the
Jews; do not forfeit their faith
in Great Britain."
Calling the White Paper "a
definite breach of faith and con- j
trary to the Mandate," Labor
Leader Herbert Morrison on Tues- I
day appealed to the House of '
Commons "to save British honor
and not to accept the policy."
Continuing the House of Com-
mons debate engendered Monday
after Colonial Secretary Malcolm
MacDonald had given a resume of
the Government's position on the
new policy for Palestine and had
urged the House to give a major-
ity vote in favor of it, Mr. Mor
rison said: "The Colonial S cr
tary maintained that Britain must
w-'re
1939
Officers Elected
By Federation)
(Continued from Page <),.,
these organizations, and all ,
unanimous in pledging
tinued support and loyalty t|
Federation.
Mr. Myers in a brief addrej
called attention to the f. -, ^,1
of the J83.356.94 pledged date I
$68,528.17 has been ,uected'
leaving approximately 80 p-reent
to be collected, and in rder to I
facilitate collections, thi by-Unl
were amended so as t< rroviM
for a standing commit! I
linquencies, with Mr. 1). .!. Aptel
appointed as chairman
Mr Myers stated thai i0 datel
75 percent of the amounts allo-l
cated have been paid to ..I
ticipating agencies-
keep the promises made to both I
peoples; but actually hi
the meaning of the Baul :^r Df-I
claration. The White I
contrary to the Mandate and a|
definite breach of faith
Charles F.
Wheeler
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City Councilman
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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi-
i-ffice Phone 2-1473
THIRD AVENUE
- 497 Southwest 18th Road
Home Phone 2-2176
pi.p.MANENT CALENDAR FOR
THE YEAR
Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and
',: p. m.
,-ibbath Services Saturday
nvrning at 8:30.
Junio* Congregation Services
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School3:15 to
t p. m.
Sunday SchoolSunday at 10:0u
o' it.
Bar Mitzvah GroupSunday at
9:00 o'clock.

CLOSING EXERCISES *
*
arenta and friends are invited
ti attend the closing exercises ol
Beth David Sunday School
which will ;ake place Sunday
m rning at 10:30. Awards will
h made to the honor students 'if
a! classes. A program will be
presented by Miss Adele Segall.
a
CONFIRMATION
SERVICE
*** *
t'ue to the unusually large
.onfirmation class the services
will start promptly at 8:15 Sun-
ri iy evening- Doors will be clos-
ed at 8:10. The following pro
i will be included in the
i ice;
ORDER OF EXERCISES
Under the Direction of Mrs
M s. Harry Oliphant.
The confirmation exercise this
ELECT
R. P. Barnett
as one of your
Councilmen
for Miami Beach
"Fair Dealing and Good
Businen Judgment is
More Important than
Playing Politics"
year has been so arranged to give
a brief, original summary of the
history, ideals and principles of
Israel.
1.AnthemBeth David Choir.
2.Entrance of confirmants.
3 Vocal"Fear Ye Not O'ls-
rael"Cantor L. Hayman.
4. Opening Prayer Julian
Weinkle.
5.Address of WelcomeM. J-
Kopelowftz, (President <>f Conr
gregation, >
ISRAEL'S BIBLICAL HEROES
These ar original essays writ
ten by confirmants.)
6. Our Patriarchs B inic
Darks.
7 Moses "Our Spirit u al
Leadri r" Shirley Bernstein.
8.Joshua"Land of Promise"'
I eonard Rubin.
!Kings in Israel -Seymour
Hinkes.
10 The ProphetsJean Wer-
liicoff
11. Isaiah "Prophet of
Peace"Shirley Ross.
12.Jonah''God of Human-
ity"Samuel Meyers.
13.Jeremiah "Prophet o f
Faith"Sidney Soltz.
14Adoration Confirmation
Class.
THE BEARERS OF ISRAELS
IDEALS
15.Rabbi Y.u-hanan ben Zak-
kaiAlvin Schwartz.
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Confcnicntly located in tni
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Icr district. Every room an outside room
(no court) ilK pttValc balk, circulating
kl water, radio, fan and bed reading
lamp. Suitei ol parlor, bedroom and
bat". Superior cuiiine and service in
The Patio Gnll and The Rendcivoui.
Our Lobby, Dininj Rooms,
Lounje, Beauty Parlor, Barber Shop
and all public rooms are completely air
conditioned. More than hall ol our
Guest Rooms arc individually a>r con-
ditioncd-.-no re-circulation ol air Iron
one Juest room to another. This modern,
hospital-approved system it an cicluuve
leatutt of The Roottvclt
Drive your automobile into the
Hotel Roosevelt Garage, which is
directly connected with our Lobby.
A* Oulsrate foams Na Court
Circutormg Ice Woter
Tub ana* Shaver
In E-ery Room
16.Rabbi AkivaLily Alex- !
ander.
17.Moses MaimonidesGerald |
Soltz.
18Theodor Hirzl Edythe
Shier.
19,Zionism of TodayHer-
man Kaler
20.Solomon Schechter Sadie
Hasan
HVotjjal"Braeshea Boflaw"
Cantor L. Hayman.
22A Summary of Jewish
FaithMarjorie Rosengarten,
23.The Decalogue Muriel
Auslander.
24.Our Jewish IdeaisBer
nice Badanes.
25. Expressions of Loyalty
Clarince Siegel,
26.Our Duti.'s as Israelites
Arline Kleber.
27The Challenge of Youth
Stanleigh Hayman.
28Confirmants' PledgeEs-
ter Argintar.
29.A Tribute to Parents
Louis Fine.
30Offering of Patriotic De-
votionThelma Bass.
81.Flower Offering Sun-
shine Fagan.
32.AddressRabbi Max Sha-
piro.
33. Awarding: of Bibles and
Certificates Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz (Superintendent I
34.Awarding of Diplomas
Louis Hayman (Teacher of class)
85Closing PrayerRita Witt
36. Benediction"Birchas Ko-
hanim"--Cantor and Choir-
37.Blessing of Confirmants
The Rabbi.
CONFIRMATION CLASS
Lily Alexander, Ester Argin-
tar, Muriel Auslander, Bernice
Badanes, Thelma Bass, Shirley
Bernstein. Bernice Docks, Sun-
shine Fagan, Louis Fine, Stan-
leigh Hayman, Seymour Hinkes,
Sadie Hazan, Herman Kaler, Ar-
lirtv Kltber, Leonard Lubin, Sam-
uel Meyers, Marjorie Rosengar-
ten, Shirley Ross, Alvin Schwartz,
Edythe Shier, Clarence Siegel,
Gerald Soltz, Sidney Soltz, Jean
Wernicoff, Julian Weinkle, Rita
Witt.
Chairman of Arrangements
Mothers of Confirmants.
Piano AccompanistMrs. Essie
Schaffer.
BETH DAVID CHOIR
Mrs. Kd Friedman. Miss B.
Goldenblank, Mrs. M. Rubinstein,
Mrs. E, Schaffer, Mrs. S Shapiro,
Mrs. J. Schrager, Mrs. William
Weintraub.
TALMUD TORAH
**. c
The summer semester of our
Hebrew School will begin the
middle of June. Parents are urg-
ed to register their children at
once. Classes will meet in the
mornings giving the children am-
ple time for play and recreation.
Register them immediately!
**
RADIO PROGRAM
****** *
Kai l>i Max Shapiro will con-
duit the radio program over Sta-
tion WIOD this Sunday from :!:()()
to 3:30 p. m. Cantor Louis Hay
man, accompanied by Mrs. K.
Shaeffer will be in charge of the
musical program. Rabbi Shapiro
will discuss the subject: "Pales-
tine in the Light of Ethics"
* CONGRATULATIONS *
*****
We extend "Maze] Tov" to the
newly elected president of the
Congregation, Leo Ackemian, the
executive and board members for
the ensuing year. May they con-
tinue the splendid reputation of
Miami's oldest Congregation' and
may God's blessings be upon
them for their earnest endeavors.
' REFUAH SHLAEMA *
May our Father in Heaven send
an immediate cure tJ one of
Miami's beloved mothers, Mrs.
M. Badanes, who was operated on
this week-
UNVEILING
An unveiling of a monument
| to the memory of the late Louis
Rothlein will take place at Wood-
la'.viv Cemetery Sunday afternoon
May 28th at 2:00 p. m. May the
soul of Mr. Rothlein be bound up
. in the bond of eternal life
REV. J. MALEK
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PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MAY 26.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
615 Mii'hlKun Avenue
'Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
Phone 5-2013
******
SYNAGOGUE
SERVICES
*
Sabbath services will be held
throughout the summer at 6:30
Friday evening and at 8:30 Sat-
urday morning. Shalosh S'oodoss
at 6:45 Saturday afternoon;, Rabbi
Mescheloff speaking on the Por-
tion of each Week.
Daily services at 6:45 p. m.,
and at 7:00 and 8:00 a. m.
* MINNIONAIRES *
*
Regular Sunday morning ser-
vices will be held at 9:00 a m.
Plans for the closing of this
year's activities will be discussed
at the regular Wednesday even-
ing meeting at 7:00 p. m Attor-
ney Harold Turk, sponsor, at-
tending.
HABANOTH
#?******* *
The Habanoth will meet Mon-
day night at 7:00 p. m., at the
synagogue. Refreshment- will
be supplied by the co-sponsor,
Mrs. L. G. Mills. The girls will
learn a number of new melodies.
Plans for summer activities will
be discussed. Rabbi and Mrs.
Mescheloff will be present.
* BIBLE STUDY COURSE *
**
Wednesday night at 8:00 p. m
Rabbi Mescheloff will continue
his series of Bible lectures. All
adults, men and women, are cor-
dially invited to attend.
* MIZRACHI MEETING *
** t
Despite the torrents last Sat-
urday night sixteen local Jewish
organizations attended the gen-
eral mass meeting held by the
Miami Beach Mizrachi in our
synagogue. The next meeting
will be held on Saturday night.
June 3rd, in the form of a Mela'
veh Malkeh. All men and wo-
men of the Beach are welcome-
The Beach Mizrachi takes pride
in "being the first organization
to respond to the call for protest
mass meetings, and in having re-
ceived the largest organizational
response. Thanks are due the
many assisting organizations for
their prompt response and coop-
eration. The Beach Mizrachi to
date has sold over a hundred
shkalim. This work of enlisting
every Jewish man and woman
over the age of 18 will continue
to June 11th. Shkalim can he
bought from our Mizrachi offi-
cers or at the synagogue.

UNVEILING
heavy rain storm, many of the
streets in all sections of the city
are practically impassable. As a
councilman, I shall lend every ef-
fort to the rapid development and
improvement of our storm sewers
and sewage disposal system so
that these unsightly, unsanitary
conditions are eradicated."
.' **
The unveiling of a tombstone
in memory of Mr. Lewis E. Roth-
lein will take place at the Wood-
lawn Cemetery at 2:00 p. m.,
this Sunday Members and friends
are invited to be present. Our
Rabbi and Cantor will participate
in the service-
*
* RELIGIOUS SCHOOL *
* **
Our classes have been reorgan-
ized for the summer months.
Classes will be conducted during
the morning hours from June 5th
to the end of the school vacation.
Cantor Maurice Mamches and
family will leave for a six week
vacation beginning June 4th.
During this time our school will
be conducted by Miss Sonia
Shpall, who will depart for her
vacation on the Cantor's return-
Registration of children for the
summer months will take place
all next week from 4:00 to 7:00
p. m., at the Hebrew School of-
fice.
RABBI TO SPEAK
<.**** *
Rabbi Mescheloff has again-
been invited to be the principal
speaker at the graduation exer-
cises of the South Beach Elemen-
tary School, which will he held
Friday morning, June 2nd.
John C. Frazure has been a resi-
dent of Miami Beach for the past
eleven years and the immediate
past president of the Miami Beach
Realty Board. He believes that
the only way to clean up the city
of Miami Beach is to run the hood-
lums and gangsters out. If elec-
ted he will cooperate with the
council as elected by the people
and will cooperate fully with City
Manager Renshaw. He is one hun-
dred per cent in favor of the pro-
posed charter amendment and ad-
vocates the re-establishing of the
Foreign Legion to protect the
homes and property of the people
of Miami Beach: to protect the
classified employees of the City of
Miami Beach and provide that the
Civil Service Act be strictly en-
forced for their benefit; to remove
or suspend no official except
where necessary for the benefit of
the people and for the enforcement
of law and order: be at all times
available to the people to discuss
their problems and to assist them;
to use the veto power only where
necessary for the best interests of
the city; and to provide equal pro-
tection of the law for all the
people all the time.
POLITICAL BRIEFS
Benjamin Cohen, candidate for
council, issued the following state-
ment:
"Probably the most important
industry on Miami Beach is the
operation of hotels and apartment
houses. For some reason un- j
known to me, our City Council i
has failed to give to these major
taxpayers the full cooperation that
they are entitled to. As a prac-
ticing attorney here for fifteen
vears. I have had many opportun-
ities to represent many hotel and
apartment house owners. Many
of the problems presented could
have been solved by the council,
if there had been any way in which
we could have gotten together
with the council members around
a conference table and ironed out
our difficulties. But there has
been no way that these hotel and
apartment house owners could
sneak to the members of the coun-
cil, except at a regular meeting of
the council, at which time only a
limited time could be given them.
My solution to this difficulty is
to create a permanent committee
of the council to listen to and try
to solve the problems of the hotel
and apartment house owners. Upon
mv election to the council, this
will be one of the first things that
I will undertake to do.
"One of the major points of my
platform is a plea for adequate
storm sewers and sewage disposal.
At the present time, our storm
sewage system is underdeveloped
and totally inadequate. After a
Vote for and
Support
Mike Dallett
for
Councilman
ELECTION TUESDAY
JUNE 6th
(Pd. Political Adv.)
nil
J. C. Kimball, real estate broker,
came to Miami Beach from New
York in 1925.
Kimball advocates we should
have some sort of festival enter-
tainment, is interested in a hous-
ing problem for local employes and
readjustment of the tax situation
and personally feels that the
voters should have the right to
elect a mayor.
Y. M. H. A. NOTES
(Continued from Page Seven)
them to send us a list of their
dates so that we may enter same
in a book whereby avoiding any
conflict. When an organization
desires to plan an affair, they
write or phone the. "Y" whether
a certain date is available, and
we immediately consult our book
and advise them. This is a com-
munal project. The Jewish or-
ganizations are urged to advise
Mr. Maurice Grossman before de-
ciding on any date for an affair
in order to avoid any conflict.
---------Y---------
FLASH
Miss Naomi Grossman, daugh-
ter of your executive director and
Mrs. Maurice Grossman, won a
scholarship to Brenau Girl's Col
lege- More power to you Naomi-
She is a member of the Junior
Division and the Dramatic Club
HOME (AMP
One of the most outstanding
projects ever undertaken in this
area is the establishment of a
Home (amp at the Y. M. H. A,
for the coming summer where
children will have all the advan-
tages of a regular camp for an
entire day. five days per week-
Luncheon will ] served and acti-
vities will h;' under the direction
of trained instructors. Watch
these columns for further details.
VOTE FOR AND
SUPPORT
J.C.
CITY
COUNCILMAN
Miami Beach
VOTE YES FOR
PROPOSED CHARTER
AMENDMENT
(I'd. Political Adv.)
B'NAI B'RITH
am
BRIEFS
BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL
Heartiest congratulations and
best wishes for a grand SUCCes
is hereby extended to the Broth-
ers of the newly inducted B'nai
B'rith Lodge at Gainesville. The
installation ceremonies took place
on Sunday past, May 21st. There
are 70 members in this chapteer.
Delegations from various lodges
throughout the state attended the
OCCsion- "News behind the News"
on this latest addition to Florida
B'nai B'rith disclosed a slight op-
position to any elaborate installa-
tion ceremonies with the usual
elements of pomp- Certain Jew-
ish Gainesvillites opposed any
publicity in connection with the
installation exerciseswe are in-
form - went so far as to write letters to
members of other lodges in Cen-
tral and North Florida, discour-
aging the idea of a large atten-
dance of delegations list the
-am would attract the attention
of the non-Jewry of the cracker
town. Exponents of the "sha-hsa"
theory .>f Jewish existence. Your
reporter cannot adhere to the
view that the installation "f '>
B'nai B'rith I-odge would jeopard-
ize our standing in the eyes of
the non-Jewish community- B'nai
B'rith is an institution which
stan.is for inculcating the ideals
of morality and good citizenship.
The adherence to the religion and
the high morality of Judaism cer-
tainly would not impair the stand
ing of the Jew with his gentile
neighbor, but should enhance the
respect of the gentile and elevate
the standing of the Jew.
College, who is seeking the sup.
port of non-Jews who intend to
study for the ministry an tions are being circulated
ing a Hebrew course in th.
lar college curriculum Th
splendid work, indeed, and -
Lodge and other lodges -'aould
thoroughly endorse this c.:hura;
project- B'nai B'rith in the State
of Florida are very fortuna
having the services of a
the high calibre of Ra
horn.
-B
Sholem Lodge extended ii ..
terests further in the dp
of the diversified problem* of
world Jewry by joining in the
sponsorship of the city widi ,..
meeting held last Monday ^ht.
when about six hundred '<
voiced a protest agains-
Britain's repudiation of th Bat-
four Declaration-
STOP THAT ROOF LEAK!
OUR WORK GUARANTEFO
NO EXTRA COST
Been at it Since 1919All Typ. -Ro-,
No Order Too Small or L
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CORAL GABLES
ELECT
-B
Of interest to all members of
B'nai B'rith should be the new;
that Brother Rabbi David Max
Fichhorn. director of Student Un-
ion activities at the State Uni-
versities at Gainesville and Tal-
lahassee, respectively, is active-
ly b hind a movement to intro-
duce a course or courses in Hi"
brew ai the University of Florida.
Gainesville, The proposition has
been submitted to the curriculum
committee of the University
Kablii Kichhorn has the hearty
endorsement of Dr. Johnson. Uni-
versity of Y. M. C. A. head and
instructor in Bible courses at the
STAGE
The much talked about stage
about these parts has finally been
finished and used. Members are
urged to come here and see for
themselves then they will be the
Best "V" boosters. Come see the
stage.
JOHN C. FRAZURE
YOUR NEXT
MAYOR
VOTE YES ON THE
PROPOSED CHARTER
AMENDMENT
(Paid Political Ad\
Elect
MITCH
WOLFSON
A Native South Floridian
"A Successful Business Man"
Candidate for
MIAMI BEACH
CITY COUNCIL
(Paid Political Adv.)


FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1939
Beach Incumbents
Oppose Change
Miami Beach's election is ex-
to be the hottest yet dis-
Eay< in this history of the city
becaua of the controversial refer-
nestion on changing the
arter to provide for election
of a mayor.
Strong opponents of the charter
char; are the four incumbents
who are asking for reelection on
[h, baaia of their past perform-
ance experience and ability. They
dec*'. well a mayor as is pro-
vi, under the legislative act
rug] through the present see-
s,n in Tallahassee would have
"dictatorial powers" and would re-
duce City Manager Claude Ren-
lba executive powers to that of
a niii official.
u ...m i Bill i Burbrldge also
ly oposed to the charter
cbai waa first elected to the
.until in 1932 and 1934 and
during nve years of service has
egtal ished an enviable record for
,:: and attention to the af-
the city. He is one ol
has received much com-
for the reduction of the
xea and its exceptionally
m lal standing throughout
try. His many friends
aj.. us re-election to the City
t Miami Beach on his
. in private life and his
nts while a membei of
Council.
ilman Val C. Cleary, who
isa saor of Miami Beach
1!'21; justice of the
126-1927; re-elected justice
eace without opposition
9-1930-1931; mayor of Mi-
ich, 19."0-I9;i2. and city
n since 1934. is : ;
liter change.
says. "I don't favor the
m because the present
i. arter in my opinion has
i ut excellently and the
condition of the city Indicates
thii
1 advocate taxes to be held at
the 1< .st possible minimum; pav-
ing : seven] of our streets to the
end thai we will have bettor driv-
ing and more drainage facilities;
the acquiring of more parks and
piaygn .nds; building of a muni-
cipal auditorium and convention
hall; better and brighter lighting
of our stieets so that driving will
be made safer and the pedestrains
will h;ive more protection."
:nan Harry M. Hice. a
of Miami Beach for the
(' years and for 16 years of
: a member of Miami
ity councils, is in the real
: building business.
Hin ..(lares himself "strongly
: to the proposed charter
adding, "it is ,i step back-
We've tried for years to
politics from the police
' an.I have done s" by
vi< e und by < Ity Man-
shav s woik. We n lose
ne along these lines by
mayi > ; 11 ei I hat con-
:.' In fai nullify the
area, "I have no par-
aform. The most im-
-ineos is to see that the
city k< ps apace of private de-
velopment; the tremendous build-
am particularly of hotels
*nd apartments, and to do every-
thing pi ssible to see that these
buildings are occupied. I advo-
cate -. ,-ity publicity and* ad-
vertising more entertainment for
the visitors and more convention
fad] including an auditorium
Robert W. Ralston, another In-
cumbi councilman, declare* him-
self I itony opposed to the char-
ier ,-.<:? in the form in which
11 ls ing put before the people."
K- i n adds. "If the people
wr.- ti vote for a mayor I'd be
*ith them 100 per cent, but the
**> the bill is drawn the main
"U'- Is hidden behind the mayor-
alty race,
"What they've actually done is
to take all powers from the city
manger and the city council and
P"1 't in the hands of one Individ-
"al That's where the danger
lie*
Rals'on, a resident ot the Miami
** for 30 years and of Miami
ath for 19 years, has served
"Wet t-rms for a total of six years
M K-.incilman. He is a realtor
and leveloper of areas including
oilier. Beach and numbers of
mal!. r subdivisions.
P I latform is brief. "It is the
j*""' platform I gave when I was
*t elected, and that is to serve
"' ectiona and interests in Miami
Bach impartially and with equal
'.hi; |
Beach
I
SOCIETY
ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF
BABY BOY
Ms. a,l Mrs. Julian Kurlander I
""""nee the birth of a babv son
born Sunday. May 21st at the
Jackson Memorial Hospital Both
"'"ther and baby are doing nicely.

BOARD TO MEET
The Miami Jewish Orthodox',
Congregation will hold a hoard
meeting Monday evening at 8:15
P. m in the vestry rooms of the
synagogue- All board members
are urged to attend as important
business will he transact

LEAVE FOR NORTH
Mrs. Bertha I: levy and chil-
dren Will leave June 3rd by train
for (amp Wohelo in th Blue
Ridge Mountains. Mr--. Levy is
the owner and direct.m of the
ramp.

BEACH MIZRACHI HOLDS
M iSS MEETING
Sixtei n Senior an,! Junior Jew-
ish organizations participated in
'h pledge mass meeting held at
lii Beth Jacob Synagogu under
the ausnices of th Miami Bea h i
Mizrachi. Am >ng eakersi
wer-' Dr. B. Dc Koven for the
Bea h Mizrachi. Mr. Donald La
THE JEWISH FLORTnTAW
PAGE SEVEN
fairness I'll endeavor to oppose
tax im i eases and ex|
other than to provide proper facili-
ties and protection for the citizens
of Miami Beach."
Vigne, for the Freda Markowitz
Post No 174. Jewish War Voter
ans; Mrs, I. Wolk for the Miami
Beach and Greater Miami Pio-
>'> Women; Mr. Harold Turk
for the Minnionairesj Mrs- B H.
1 >ndon for the Beth Jacob Sis-
terhoodj Mr. Nathan Adelman
for the Beach A. Z. A.; Mrs. Wu-
' he,. f.,r the Women's Division of
the American Jewish Congress
and Mrs. A. J. Tobin for the Y.
M. H A.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, prin-
cipal speaker, closed with the
ceremony of taking the ph-dge "If
I forget Thee, 0 Jerusalem, may
my right hand forget its cun-
ning." together with the audien.e.
Telegrams were sent in the names
of the participating organizations
to the state senators and local
'"iiirr ssman.
The next meeting of the Mi
ami Beach Mizrachi will be held
Saturday night. June 3rd, in the
form of a Melaveh Malkeh party,
at the .Beth Jacob Synagogue.
The report of our delegate to the
national convention will Ik- read ]
Y. M. H. A. NOTES
(Continued fro ml'age Three)
and in conclusion, Mr. Eddie Ru-
bin, fruit merchant.
If you had a nice time at the
nomination meeting then be pre-
pared for a greater time at the
annual elections June 7th. Pic-
tun will be taken of all attend-
ing including scenes of th.. feed
bag battl >. Start talking it up
now and lets have a knockout at-
tendance that the Y. M. H. A.
truly deserves-
---------Y---------
HEBREW AND YIDDISH
CLASSES BEGIN MAY 29th
A new project has been inau-
gurated by our executive direc-
tor, Mr. Grossman, with classes
in 11 brew and Yiddish for adults
only beginning this Monday, May
29th at 7:30 p. m. Rabbi Abra-
ham Kelln'er will be in charge.
All adults welcome.
---------Y e
"Y" DANCES
The first in a series of Sunday
night dances sponsored by Ih i
"Y" took place last Sunday night.
A very large crowd attended and
judging from the comments of
those- present this will be one of
the greatest features during th'-'
coming summer months. A dance
contest was held and Marvin Reu-
ii'n and Blanche Seilegman won
ton honors with Boh Freilich and
Marjorie Roberts coming in sec-
ond. Th:- next dance will be
held next Sunday night. Sid
St ipkin's orchestra. featuring
"Flea" Madden supplied the "hot
licks" for dancing All members
are urged to be on deck next
Sunday for a good time
---------Y---------
LIBRARY
Our executive director has is-
sued a call t.i all Jewish organi-
zations in the Greater Miami area
and to public spirited citizens to
send in all books for our library.
If you will advise Mr. Maurice
Grossman, the executive director,
these books will be called for.
Please cooperate with us. This
is the first venture of its kind
in Miami Jewry and we urge all
citizens to cooperate with us-
In his annual report to the
membership our executive direc-
tor said, among other things, as
follows: "It is a well known fact
that there is room for more coor-
dination among the various Jew-
ish organizations in Grater Mi-
ami with reference to the holding
of social affairs. On many oc-
casions two or three organiza-
tions have had affairs, the same
evening, or within a day or two
th reafter making it impossible
either society to obtain any mea-
sure of success. With a view of
alleviating this condition and to
help each organization make a
financial success of its affair, we
have recently organized a "clear-
ing bureau" at the "Y". We act
as a "clearing house" for every
organization and have notified^
(Continued on Page Six)
CAPT. BAKER'S
SIMMER CAMP
FOR BOYS
OPENS JUNE 11
49 miles from Miami"located
(the Ocean". Bv far the finest
boys' camp in Florida. "Limit-
ed Enrolment." Phone for Cat-

alog7.5031 or 7-1570.
VOTE FOR ALL FOUR
RE-ELECT
True Tried Trusted Councilmen
W. M. BILL' BURBRIDGE
VAL C. CLEARY
HARRY M. HICE R. W. (BOB) RALSTON
They are
Clean Conscientious Capable
Efficient Energetic
They Have EXPERIENCE!
VOTE FOR ALL FOUR
Wm. (Bill) Burbridge Val C. Cleary
Harry M. Hice R. W. (Bob) Ralston
VOTE FOR ALL FOUR
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MAY 2fi 10/m


h
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265 530 N. E. 31st St.2-J548
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both Oi" the Riibhis will be in the Temple every morning.
You may consult with thnni on matters concerning the Jewis commu-
nity, or you:* pe:sonal problems. You "ill be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in
strict confidence.
* CONGREGATIONAL *
***
"Do i3t withdraw thy.slf from
the congregation-"Hillel
TEMPLE ISRAEL
GRADUATION
*** *** *
At the Friday evening ser-
vices of May 26th at 8:15 p. m.,
eleven students will be graduated
from the high school department
of the Temple Israel Religious
School. The program for the
evening follows:
ORDER OP SERVICES
1. Invocation and Opening
Services; Bernadine Ann Roth-
2Borchu and Shma; Rabbi
Zwitman.
3.Conducting the Sefrvide;
Jack Rubin.
Addresses on the Theme "They,
Too, Stood at Crossroads."
4.Introductory Address; Ju-
lius E. Bearman.
5Joehanan Be Zakkai; Bev-
erly Cohen.
6.Judah Hanassi; I. Frank
Davis.
7.Maimonides; Blanche Gold-
stein.
8Joseph Caro; Gladys Wolfe
9. Closing Address; Renee
Greenfield.
Musical OfferingThe Choir
10Address to Parents; Fran
us Rose Katz.
11.The Class Gift; Marjorie
Reichenback
12.Presentation of Diplomas;
J Gerald Lewis, President I
gregation, 1989 in.
13.Presentation of Torahs;
Mrs Harold B. Spaet, President
S sterh.....I. 1989-40.
14. Address; Rabbi Kaplan.
15.Address; Rabbi Zwitman.
16.Closing Prayer and Con
elusion of Service; Jack Metzger
17. Kaddish and Benediction;
Rabbi Kaplan.
A reception for the graduates
will follow the services Members
and friends of the Congregation
are cordially invited.
* *****
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL *
********** *
"Upon the children of the
Schools, does all the world de-
pend."Talmud (Tractade Sab-
bath llb.)
ANNUAL RELIGIOUS *
SCHOOL PICNIC
f*
The Religious School picnic
will be held at the Las Olas Ca-
sino at Fort Lauderdale on Sun-
day, May 28th, at 10:00 a m.
Pupils of the Religious School
who wish to attend the picnic but
have no means of transportation
will please be at the Temple at
10:00 a. m., and arrangements
will be made for them. In charge
of the picnic will be the Religious
School Board, consisting of Mrs.
Morris Plant, Mrs. Harry Nevins,
Mrs. Gordon Davis, Mrs. Morris
Rubin, Mrs. Max Nankin, Mr.
Leo Huberman and Mr. J. Gerald
Lewis.
At the closing exercises of
last Su'nday. the following awards
were made:
Kindergarten: Mrs. Leona Lev-
in, teacher; Honor students: en-
tire class.
Class 1, Miss Lightman; Per-
fect Attendance: Edward Pas-
troff, Frances Louise Wolfaon;
Scholarship: Alan M. Weil-
Class 2. Mrs. Seligman; Per-
fect Attendance: Gcrmaine Blum.
Natalie Le Vine, Jules Pearlman,
Jr.. David Friedman. Shirley
Hyams; Scholarship: Shirley
Neilinger; Honorable Mention:
Natalie Le Vine. Herbert Iliisch.
Audrey Silvern, Jules Pearlman,
Jr.. Norman Rossman, Jr.
Class :!. Mrs. J. Leonard; Hon
orable Mention: Sybil Cowen,
Lois Nevins.
Class 4, Mrs. Constance Pearl
man; Perfect Attendance: Billy
Rubin; Scholarship: Harold W.in
berg. Shiela Slaim, Billy Rubin.
Class I, Mrs. I. M. Weinstein;
Scholarship: Mona Pastroff. Ger-
ald Gordon.
Class .". Mrs. S II. l.utsky;
Perfect Attendance: Adele Cow-
en. Blossom Hyams, Isabel Levy,
David Lutsky, Morton Miller;
Scholarship: Rosemond Rubin,
Enid Silvern. Judith Wolpert,
Benjamin Bronston, Jr.; Honor-
able mention: Shiela Lewis. Dav-
id Lutsky, Louis WVilfson, II.,
Adele Cowen, Blossom Hyams.
Charles Goldstein, Joel Kuper-
berg, Sanford Sprint/., Doris Ros-
fcnthal? Philip Weinstein. Isabel
Levy, Eileen Alpert, Betty Wein
Class 6, Mrs. Harold Spaet;
Scholarship: Bart Cohen, Dorothy
able mention: Janice Greenfield.
Goldstein, Joy Simonhoff; Honor
Barbara Gordon, Joe Gassenhei-
mer, June Levy.
High School 1, Mrs. Grossman;
Perfect Attendance: Regina Love-
man; Scholarship: Joyce Pearl
man. Charles Rubin; Honorable
mention: Nathan Ratner, Henry
Bronner.
High School 2. Mrs. Sadie
Weinberg; Perfect Attendance:
Eileen Cowen, Lee Weinberg, Es-
sie Sobel; Scholarship: Harriet
Marcus, Lee Weinberg; Honor-
able mention: Marjorie Fisher.
Ann Cassel, Eileen Cowen, Jerry
Landfield, Harriet Goldman
AMERICAN ZIONISTS TO PRESENT
UNIFIED SLATE OF DELEGATES
TO WORLD ZIONIST CONGRESS
SOCIETY
SPINOZA GROUP
CONTINUES MEETINGS
The Excommunication will be
the topic of Dr. Abraham Wolf
son's lecture before the Spinoza
Group this Saturday afternoon at
3:00 p. m., on the lawn at 1059
Collins Avenue. This will be the
first in a series of 18 lectures on
the Life and Philosophy of Bene-
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! PHOXE 7 l'D.-.l'
(Continued from Page One)
that the above are the sentiments
of the large Jewish masses in
this country and the world over.
"In order to give further con
crete and direct expression to
these sentiments, we continue
with the work of our Shekel reg-
istration in one united effort un
til June 11, 1939.
"We call upon all the Zionist
groups throughout the land and
upon all Jewish organizations and
societies to utilize the remaining
weeks for an intensive and deter-
mined Shekel registration until
we have registered one million
Jews as Shekel payers. Every
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Makes rt Possible
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H. SIMONS
Care Ackerman Ins. Agency
1015 Seybold Bldg.
Phone 2-3151
BENJAMIN
COHEN
* for .
COUNCIL
"Able Fearless Efficient"
(Pd. Political Adv.)
diet Spinoza to be given this
summer. The Group will continue
meeting every Saturday during
the entire summer- A musical
program precedes and open for-
um discussion follows every lec-
ture. All are welcome.
Jew and Jewess of 18; year,
over, must be enrolled on the list
of those who are ready in lefend.
the vital interests and hoi
the Jewish people.
"In order to make possi'
prolongation of our Shekel
;ration and in order thai
work of registration may
tinue with the participation
Zionist groups and parties
united effort, we agree up
single slate of delegates t<
or of
e the
regit-
this
con-
of all
< one
n a I
the
21st World Zionist Coiicms
thus eliminating the necessity 0f|
balloting and releasing the timel
and effort which such ball tingf
would entail towards the Work of |
Shekel registration."
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