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The Jewish Floridian ( June 16, 1939 )

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vJemsti Fiondiam CoMa/w G The Jewish lUinlly VOL 12.-WO. MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS |NAZIS PUSH DRIVE Refugees Receive Hague Court tO Rule Oil TO FORCE OUT JEWS Tem P ora ^ Haven XT' 1 /~i i • London, (WN'S)—Following ofZurich, (WNS)-More than 20, VlOleilCe C OntllllieS fe by the United States Joint 1 J^;j n "PrOteCtOrate" Distribution Committee to pay Reit h for the maintenance of all | ve rt> ordered to leave the |br July lst or face tne Sterna-. Live of being thrown into concen%  ntion camps. Several hundred London, (WNS)—Reports from pay for the maintenance of all refugees aboard the liner St. Louis, it was learned from authoritative Policy if League Rejects Ltion camps. Several hundred London, <\\ N.S) —Reports from sour( ( s that all the refugees were Eg, driven across the border Prague said that the Gestapo had ( ( rtain of temporary havens in Jjj:o Poland by the Gestapo, many sealed the Jewish community Belgium, the Netherlands, France. Ling added to the 3,700 Jews building and synagogue in the an( EngIand •ill living in the frontier camp city of Budwois, closed down all ptzba<7vn. It is understood that Jewish organizations and arrestThe Intergovernmental Com-; IJ.00O Polish Jews have been ored members of B'nai B'rith, Jewmittee for Refuge s, after being Lred to leave Germairv within isfa fraternal society. in constant contact with the Joint Live weeks, while 20,000 more The German rulers of BohemiaDistribution Committee induced Lve been notified thev must Moravia imposed a $17,250 fine Belgium to accept 260 refugees, kferate The financial burden on the City of Kladno with Jews the Netherlands 194, France apImpo-d by the forced emigration and persons described as follow proximately 200 and Great BnLust be met by the harassed ers of the exiled Dr. Benes bear-, ta.n the remainder. Lrm.-.n Jewish community which ing the brunt of the penalty. The, ,,„„„. T „ I now going through a process, fine was imposed on the city by j New York (WNS)-James N. [tf liquidation. It is expected Reichsprotector Baron von Neu-1 Rosenberg, chairman of the Nat that within three years Berlin, rath, following the killing of ai ional Council of the Joint Distri-. ry will be reduced from 125,German policeman last week. Al-jbution Committee issued the fid-1 tOO to 20,000In Munich 400 Jews were, unkr arrest. Large numbers were i custody in Berlin and Breslau. fctral hundred Jews in Dresden |wre given only 24 hours to leave %  crmany. Those who lost their Wish passports under a new Polish citizenship law last NollB0IB re poru irum rmgue ^ rember are being taken to convea i e< j nat N„ Z J s torm trooper*, -ltration camps, while those broke int0 the synaK ogue, defiled lose passports are in ordtfr are tne Ho)y s cro i] s an d threw them •ing put across the frontier. into tnP fi anle s. Orders were East Prussian authorities have ** to fire brigades not to ex tdered all Jews, estimated at tinguish the flames but to confine b00 to be out of that province their efforts to preventing its ky June 20. Four thousand Polspread. li-h Jews in Leipzig have been A Koeniggra'-lz (Hradec Kra UWMIIIHHH I M= "• % %  %  pen notice to leave within one ()V( ,j )n ,. .\ryan Cultural Union, must come from the splendid gov"iontt. Orders were also given whk h wa| f oun d e d recently to ernments which, w • are assured, 5 Polish Jews in Breslau and ,, 1) ,,, ;tli;lt ,. racial anti-Semitism will give asylum to the 907 while similar moves were .,,,„, n}r the Czechs, attempted refugees, jreportfd from Hanover, Kiel, w jtJj 0U | success to hold a public] iBrem.n, Neornberg, Karlsruhe, meeting. The Czech public pro Better Solution Is Sought to Problem SEEK BETTER SOLUTION OK REFUGEE PROBLEM Luxemburg, (WNS) — Victor Bodson, vice president of the Chamber of Deputies, urged the government to take the initiative in trying to reach a solution of the problem of stateless persons. Newspapers, welcoming the appeal, urged organizations working on the refugee problem to work with Mr. Bodson and the Luxemburg Government in finding a more successful solution than that proposed by the powers at Evian-les-Bains. VI" III. Ill |/,'liV t-IIIrtll l.l-i .-lk. *•' I though the Kladno Jewish com-, lowing statement in response to munity comprises only 200 Jews,; many inquiries from all parts of most of whom are poor, they have been ordered to pay 80 per cent of the collection fine. the country: "I believe we may now fairly the collection fine. J state that after tireless effort, Throughout the "protectorate hoSDitaljtv of var Buenos Aires, (WNS)—Representatives of 60 economic and credit cooperatives, meeting here, voted for expansion of the Jewish Agricultural Bank and added capitalization of 350,000 pesos. synagogues were being burned, the latest depredation occuring in Zubrek on-Oder, in Horavia. Reliable reports from Prague rera through the hospitality of various European governments and with the wholehearted cooperation of refugee committees and of prominent people of all creeds, all of the refugees on the StIxiuis will find a haven in Europe. With these governments and committess the representatives of the Joint Distribution Committee have been in constant contact. It would be improper f ir us her.' to issue any final statement at this time. These London, (WNS)—Listed on the agenda of the Liaison Committee of the League High Commission for Refugees was the problem of 120,000 Carpatho Russian Jews, according to an announcement made by the Agudath Israel, a religious organization. The committee, which meets in Paris this week, has promised to discuss the problem. ureni>"i. wernorg, UTWUKI nviting. I ne I Zecn puniic pro iBamin-L'. Wuersberg, Darmstadt ,.,,,,.,| ilir:1 i ns t the proposed meet 1V[/-\yp T\pfll*P ltd Cologne. -. while the Sokol and other | w lUi c u ^ v ( %  organisations and Individuals re-l %  The first mass expulsion of "**"' ... Jews by German, occurred last '"d > %  "T. 1 *" d lOotol,,. when 7.000 Jews were %  > f "" nt,-Sem.tes. %  tan across the border as the Insult of the passage of a Polish %  sisport law that was designed Jiuinh -ii prevent their return. I Mini iv. argument at the time Ins that the Polish action would Inrtail the German government's %  right to expel any Polish citizen |M an u idesirabta alien. Poland %  KaHated and sent several hunl*ed Germans to the border, some Ships At Sea Refugee Report Available Soon Bucharest, WNS) Sailing fr :n the Black Sea port of Man galia. the steamer Mamara. with 500 Jewish refugees aboard, all from Germany, left for an unknown destination. It is believed that the ship, flying the PanaLusaka. Northern Rhode' ia, manian flag, will attempt to dis\VNS)_It is understood that a embark the passengers ,n PalesBritish commission, sent here to tine or somewhere on the Afr, can coast. **d Germans to the border, some mv ^ tjpate possib ilities for colIJf whom were sent into Germany ^^ Qn behalf of the InterQ k steamer Aghios Nic governmental Refugee Commis-, ^ ^^ was pre vented sion, has completed its survey f ^ ]eaving the same por t with 1*started early this year de ^^ & ^^ to U)n l passengers All were sent knedto effect a settlement of I ^ ^ Jameg DonneAt.l^ p Constanza wh ere many problem These negotiations an of the comm i ssi on, and waiti at least three reached final settlement ap %  CrQud Qne rf the mem bers, are still 3,700 Jews livng| ^ itd to Ieave f or Nyasaland to continue their investigations of colonization possibilities there. Young Democrats Staging Big Drive The last of the series of events of Young Democratic Week sponired by the Young Democratic Cl lb of Hade County, will be a to be held Saturday evening a1 the American Legion Club, N. E. 66th Street and th.' Bay, Miami. All paid up nn mb< is will be admitted free. Among those participating in this week's activities were Sidney H. Palmer. William Shayne. Sidney Segall and J. Avon Abbott The purpose of the week's acI tivities is to enroll 3,000 new members at $100 each towards the state quota of 14.000 needed to give Florida full voting strength at the Pittsburgh gath | ering this year so as to protect ; Miami's preferential position for 1 obtaining the 1941 National Con! verrtion. London, (WNS Palcor Agency) —Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain told the House of Commons that if there should occur any dispute "among those concerned with the Mandate" over Palestine as to the validity of Great Britain's now policy, it would be submitted for a ruling to the International Court of Justice at The Hague. He declared th* the' Biitish Government is satisfied that its new policy for Paletsine conforms with its treaty obligations under the .League of Nations Mandate, and expressed confidence that the League's Permanent Mandates Commission would so find it. "If, however, any dispute should occur among those concerned with the Mandate, it would be submitted to the International Court of Justice at The Hague," he added. Tom Williams, Laborite, had asked for assurance that if the Mandates Commission should report the Chamberlain White Paper on Palestine inconsistent with the Mandate ove r Palestine granted to Great Britain by the League of Nations, the House of Commons would then be afforded an opportunity for further discussion of the White Paper and of the report of the Commission before the Council of the League is asked to consider it. The Prime Minister answered that he understood that in the course of the Mandates Commission's examination of the annual reports of the various mandated territories it would likely take the opportunity to discuss the White Paper. "If the Commission offers any comments, th se will be embodied in reports that will be submitted before the Council of the League of Nations next September," he said "Government will afford the. information required regarding the policy of the White Paper. Government are satisfied their policy is in conformity with their treaty obligations under the Mandate, and will explain thei r view to the Council." |we r reached final settlement W Itkere are still 3,700 Jews living I" the frontier "no-man's land.' Jewish circles at Warsaw dc|*tlsred there was still a serious | ft l*f situation at many Polish|Grmn borde r points. Many of jthnt Jews have been unable to 1 Ve either way authough an ** rwme nt between Germany and I Poland was announced several *onths ago by which these reful**s would he permitted to return 1 ? Germany to settle their afphs, London, (WNS)-Former Governor Edward Grigg of Kenya. South Africa, speaking before the East African Dinner Club, appealed for admission of refugees to East Africa. He declared that such immigration would benefit all races in the territory. had been waiting at least three months for an opportunity to emigrate. Among the refugees were 152 Jews who had escaped from the Nazi concentration camp at Dachau. It was reported that ap proximately 1,300 refugees were waiting on three river boats be^ tween the ports of Tulcea and Sulina on the Danube River, waiting for permission to continue the trip to the Black Sea. It is believed that most of these refugees are bound for Shanghai. TAMPA B'NAI B'RITH ELECTS OFFICERS Morrice SUman has been elected president of the Tampa lodge of B'nai B'rith for the new i yea r beginning July 1. Other officers are Sam Stein, vice president; Louis Vangilder, recording secretary; Manuel Aronovitz. financial secretary; Adolf Katz, treasurer; M. G. Rosenberg, monitor; Dr. J. Leon Schwartz, assistant monitor; David Cowan, warden; Leon Haber, inner guard; Samuel Shonbrun, outer guard, and O. Falk, Ernest Roumanian Jews Pay Heavy Tax Bucharest, (WNS)—Under a new decree, regulating the status of Jews deprived of their citizenship in the revision of Roumanian citizenship lists, a special tax ranging from 2,000 to 10,000 lei annually has been forced upon denaturalized Jews although o such tax is levied on foreigners who live in Roumania. The tax authorities have indicated that the full amount of the special levy is to be paid when it falls due. Mass, David Stein, Simon Essrig and Max Argintar, trustees. Rabbi David LZielonka and Rabbi Adolf Burger are honorary trustees, and M. Henry Cohen is honorary life president.



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 16 KO LEAVE FOR WASHINGTON Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Simon left the city for Washington, D. C, where they will remain for the summer. • • • RETURNS TO CITY Mrs. William Friedman returned to Miami after visiting in New York on a combined business and pleasure trip. • LEAVES FOR NORTH Mr. and Mrs. Philip Warshaw left for a three week's trip to New York where they will visit relatives and friends. • • VACATIONS IN NORTH Mr. Milton A. Friedman, prominent local attorney, will leave today by train on a combined business and pleasure trip. In Washington, D. C., he will attend Congress, and visit the B'nai B'rith and A. Z. A. headquarters. From Washington he will go to Camp Cejwin. in Port Jervis, New York, to attend the international convention of A. Z. A. While in the North he will also visit the World's Fair in New York. Mr. Friedman is National Deputy of A. Z. A. UNVEILING TO TAKE PLACE The unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of Mr. Harvey Tausoher will take place Sunday June 18th at 4:00 p. m., at the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Park Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Attending will be Mrs. Sophie Lasky and Mrs. Anna Marks of Washington, D. C, daughters of the deceased. All friends are invited to attend. • • • SOJOURNS IN NORTH Drand Mrs. Milton Saslaw have left for an extended trip to the North. They will remain in Fayetteville, N. C, where Dr. Saslaw will serve two week's duty at Fort Bragg as captain in the Medical Reserve Corps of the United States Army. During July they will visit in Boston, Mass., where Dr. Saslaw will take an intensive course in Cardiology under the guidance of Dr. Sam Levine of Harvard University. They will return to the city in August. • • • BRIDGE TO BE GIVEN A luncheon bridge and mah jong party will be held at the home of Mrs. Benj. H. London, 2840 Fairgreen Drive, Miami Beach, Tuesday, June 20th at 1:00 p. m., for the benefit of the Beth Jacob SisterhoodMrs. London will be assisted in the receiving line by Mesdames A. J. Tobin, A. Bierow, Samuel Cohen, D. Becker, J. Wucher, M. S. Rubin, M. Goldstein, LGreen, J. Wolkowsky, H. Koretsky, D. Wolf, J. Myers and Miss Leah Simerick. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • • ANNUAL LUNCHEON TO BE HELD The public is cordially invited to attend the benefit luncheon sponsored by the Emunah Chapter at the Southern Cafeterias, 356 East Flagler Street, Miami and 963 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Monday June 19th between 11:00 a. m. and 3:00 p. m. Tickets are twenty-five cents and may be purchased from members or at the door. In charge at the Miami branch will be Mrs. Bernard Simon and the Miami Beach branch, Mrs. Florence Backer. ZIONIST MEETING HELD At the last meeting of the Zionist District, Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman were elected as delegates to the Zionist Convention to be held in New York. CityAlternates chosen were Mr. Sidney Segall and Mr. Harry Simonhoff. • SHEKEL CAMPAIGN ENDS The Shekel Campaign which ended June 11th was an unusual success in Greater Miami with over 1,000 shekel holders registered in Miami, indicating a greater interest in Zionist endeavors. Anyone who has shekel pamphlets in their possession are requested to please return them to the office of Rabbi Max Shapiro, chairman of the campaign or phone 2-1473. CARD PARTY TO BE HELD The Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will hold a Card PartySunday evening, June 18th at 8:00 p. m., at the Y. M. H. AI clubrooms, 1567 S. W. Fifth St., I Mrs. I. Rosengarten and Mrs. S. Stone will act as hostess and will be in charge of arrangements. Refreshments will be served and prizes awarded. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. ENTERTAIN BOARD MEMBERS Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman were hosts to the Board of Directors of the Young Men's Hebrew Association Monday evening at their home when the first meeting of the newly elected board members was held. Refreshments were served. Mr. Grossman is the executive director of the Y. M. H. A. • • • TO VISIT IN NEW YORK Philip Seymour Optner has left for New York where he will remain for the summer visiting with his sister and brother-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Simpson. • • CARD PARTY HELD J More than ninety persons were present at the card party for the Miami Chapter of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress which was held at the home of Mrs. Harry Koretsky, 1552 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, June 14th. Mrs. Koretsky extends her sincere thanks to her committee for their cooperation. Those assisting were Mesdames M. Wucher, Theresa Arnold, J. Myers, A. J. Tobin, S. H. Lutsky, B. H. London, J. Wolkowsky, I. Lefko, B. Wolf and M. Rubin. • • MARRIAGE TAKES PLACE The marriage of Miss Louise Goldstein of Syracuse, N. Y., to Teddy Goldstein of Miami took place Monday evening at the Columbus Hotel with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. A reception followed the ceremony. After a honeymoon trip the couple will return here to reside where Mr. Goldstein is manage of the Miami Recreation Center. CALENDAR OF EVENTS ANNOUNCED At the board meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation held Tuesday afternoon at the home of the president, Mrs. William Clein, dates of affairs for the coming year were announced. The calendar of eveffis are: Card Party, June 18th; Picnic, August 6th; Card Party, August 27th; Cafeteria Supper, October 15th; Card Party, November 13th; Latke Party, December 10th; Package Party, January 21st; Purim Ball, February 20th; Purim Dinner, March 18th; Card Party at Beach, April 4th; and Card Party, May 1st. • • • JUNIOR HADASSAH ELECTS OFFICERS Miss Jeannette Kronenfeld was elected president of Junior Hadassah to serve for the coming year at the meeting of the organization held last Monday evening. Other officers elected were Miss Betty Lasky, Miss Trudy Barfdel and Miss Ruthye BernI stein, vice-presidents; Miss Kita Pearlman, corresponding secretary; Miss Gertrude Schaff. recording secretary; Miss Rosalyn Klein, financial secretary; Mrs. Al Barkowitz, treasurer; Mrs. William Berson, librarian and Miss Harriet Damenstein, historian. The board of directors includes Miss Faye Engel, Miss Hana Mack, Mrs. A. E. Frelich, Mrs. Davis Lackovitz, Mrs. Marx Feinberg and Mrs. Edward S. Roth. New officers will be installed at a formal banquet Monday evening, June 26th at Fassa's Restaurant, Miami Beach, at 7:30 p m. Miss Ida Safer is chairman for the evening and reservations may be made with her. Mrs. Irving Querido is retiring president of the organization. In view of the American Zionist Convention to be held June 24th through 28th, it is imperative that the Zionist District of Greater Miami secure a larger membership. True, there is no "Social" appeal that can be made to our co-religionists in order to get them to join the Zionist ranks. It is deplorable that in these critical times organizations in order to hold their members intact, must direct their activities along social lines. Surely, we have sufficient intelligence to judge/ the merits and the potency of worthwhile Jewish organizations without relying upon "Social Stimulants" for active affiliationWhat greater purpose for existence can one find in any organization than that profound ideal which is embodied in Zionism, and emphasized in the very essence of our faith "Vi-Sechezenaw Aenaenu Bi-Shoovchaw LiZion Bi-rachamim." "And let our eyes behold thy return in mercy to Zion" Fellow Jews! If you have the faculty of vision and intelligence, don't wait to be approached for membership! We have no organized unit for membership purposes! Think ZionistJoin!!! Don't Delay!!! Today!'.! ZIONIST DISTRICT OF GREATER MIAMI VISITS IN MIAMI Mr. and Mrs. A. Ellison and daughter, Shera Lee, of Charleston, S. C, are visiting in Miami with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Clein. • • • MOVE INTO NEW RESIDENCE Mr. Max Rappaport and family 1 announce that they have moved I to their new residence at 1931 Southwest 16th Terrace, Miami, where they will be glad to greet all their friends. TO BE MARRIED The marriage of Miss Martha Spoagelman, daughter of MrsGussie Spoagelman, to Murray G. Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen, will take place Tuesday. June 20th at 7:00 p. m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. W> intraub, sister and brother-inlaw of the groom, 528 West 49th Court, Miami Beach. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate and Cantor Louis Hayman will sing the traditional wedding songs. Thfl bride will be attended by her sister, Miss Ann Speagelman, as maid of honor, and Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub as matron of honor. Mr. Eddy Cohen, brother of the groom, will be best man. The couple will leave for a short wedding trip after which they will return to the city where they will reside. WANTED! The Jewish Welfare Bureau is in urgent need of furniture for the furnishing of a home for an elderly woman. Any household furniture that can be spared would be greatly appreciated. Please call THE JEWISH WELFARE BUREAU at 3-2188 and the articles will be called for. APPOINTED TO POSITION Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation has been ap. pointed to the Council Board of the Seaboard Zionist region which includes all Southeastern States • • • RETURNS HERE Mr. Abe Berkowitz returned to the city Wednesday after visiting in Philadelphia, Baltimore and New York. LEAVES FOR NORTH Mrs. William El man andI daughter, Joan, will leave f or | New York, Montreal and Toronto I June 19th. Mrs. Elman was un.j animously re-elected tecretan-l treasurer of the Post Offi M l Clerk's Auxiliary at Dayton| Beach June 10th. REGULAR MEETING TO BE HELD The regular meeting of thsl Beth David Sisterhood will bel h-Id Wednesday, June 2!-t ;| 2:00 pm., at the Beth Davidl Talmud Torah An in: I program will be presented. .\l board meeting will bel held ail 10:00 a. m., at the Talmud Torah I when important business will bel transacted followed by a lunch-l eon at 12:00 o'clock. Mrs. Isidorl Cohen, newly elected pn sident.l requests all members to attend.l All committee chairmen will bel appointed and the calendar for| the coming year will be i • • RETURNS TO CITY Miss Dorothy Lightman, well-l known for he r dramatic readings! and as a dramatic instructor, dif rector of the Home Camp, spon-l sored by the Y. M. H. A, returnl ed to the city after spending sevJ eral weeks in the New Ei*gland| States where she was making study of the Home Campthere.| • • • AUXILIARY TO MEET The Ladies Auxiliary "f thel Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrel gation will hold their regular! meeting Tuesday evening. Junel 20th at the Synagogue. Commifl tee chairmen will be appointadl and other business transacted! All members are invited to at-l tend. Other summer meetings] of the organization will b* held| July 18th and August 15thWATCH This Space



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JUNE 16, 1969 THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN PAGE THREE ^jewisKi Fleridii&m PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor J FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager hteved as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act oi March 3, 1879 — OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year $2.00 Six M< nths •• %  • $1.00 SOCIETY FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1939 VOLUME 12—NUMBER 23 Flag Day Flag Dr,y takes on a particularly pointed meaning in times like these. In the face of foreign-inspired attacks on democracy, it reminds us,that all Americans of every creed must help preserve our traditional American unity by rallying around the "flag of our Union forever." The Stars and Stripes—banner of liberty, democracy and justice—is the one symbol we all have iin common, whether we be Protestant, Catholic or Jew,—whether we be of English, French, Polish, Irish or Italian descent. On another page we publish an appeal to promote greater love for our flag, sponsored by the Jewish War Veterans of the United States. It says in part:—"America wants no blood purges, no murder cults, no wholesale destruction of race and religion, Swastika or Hammer and Sickle. both alike are i blight and a menace to/America. Let's stick to Old Glory!" Like all veterans' organizations, the Jewish War Veterans exemplify the contributions'to the progress of this country by the many groups that make up America. Like other American groups, the Jews of our country have a proud record of service, not only in the cultural and industrial growth of America, but also in the wartime history of the United States in every conflict since the days of 1776. There are some who feel that the war "to make the world safe for democracy 'was a tragic failure, in view of what has happened in Europe since the Armistice. They do not realize, perhaps, that the fight is still going on.—not with planes and grenades, but with other and more subtle weapons. Our own democracy is being threatened by foreign philosophies striving to create /notion and unrest in America. The stupidities of the Nazi Bund take on a sinister ring when they are mouthed by misguided native 100-percenters. Against them w e have mapy weapons, and of these the most potenH is the sense ot unity in American people, the kind of unity we showed in 1917. No agitator can succeed here so long as Amencans.-Jews, Catholics, and Protestants-can join in the rallying call lor intelligent patriotism. These are good things to remember on Flag Day. RETURNS HOME Mrs. Sam Cohen left the city for her home in Hot Springs, Arkansas, after spending two months visiting here with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg. • • • BALTIMORE RESIDENT SUCCUMBS Mr. Julius Stein, 77, resident of Baltimore, Md., for more than fifty years, succumbed to an illness there. Mr. Stein is the father of Mrs. Joseph R. Stein and Henry A. Stein of Miami. Mrs. Stein returned to the city Thursday from Baltimore where she a".tended the funeral. • • • SPINOZA GROUP CONTINUES TO MEET "Spinoza's Influence on the English Speaking People" will be the topic of Dr. Abraham Wolfson's lecture before the Spinoza Group meeting this Saturday afternoon on the lawn of 10F>9 Col lins Avenue, Miami Beach. General discussion will follow the. lecture. All arc welcome Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) ABROADCASTS We're happy to report that the Germans suffer a lot from big headaches nowadays. They're exporting all their aspirin tablets to foreign countries as the chief item on their famous barter deals \n interesting bit of news is that the Germans are now engaged in training many thousands of war dogs, who are expected to help the Red Cross in rescuing wounded soldiers in the anticipated European conflagaration. Former Austrian Chancellor Schuschnigg, still under protective arrest in a Xa/.i stronghold, has now been reduced to such a mental state that his chief occupation is playing with dolls. Yet the Nazis boast of their humanity in not having had him killed. Don't think that the British let Hitler get away with canceling Austria's debt to England or even dropping interest pay nts. as he tried to do. They have been collecting everything due them, having threatened that unless regular interest payments were made they would seize Germaiiv s trade balance in England VACATION IN NORTH wtih relatives and friends. They will return to the city in August. • • • TO TEACH IN VIRGINIA Mr. David Kellner left the city for Portsmouth, Va., where he will be engaged as a Hebrew inj structor at the Gomeley Chesed Mr. Kellner LOOK AND LISTEN John Hamilton, chairman of the Republican National Committee, is highly jittery about the effect which the tying up of his name with the anti-Semitic campaign of General Mrs. Sam Tritt and children Moseley may have upon the public mind H e's sending will leave June 25th for a trip t<>l o ut car loads of literature proving that he fought the Ku Klux 1 Klan. urged the Rev. Gerald Winrod's defeat in his Kansas Senatorial campaign and was shocked by reports of Nazi cruelty in Germany. ... Mr. Hamilton is not an anti-Semite, but his dislike for Roosevelt is so deep that he has more than once been indiscreet in his choice of bedfellows. Walter Winchell, who has a knack of being penetrating as well as smart, says that if General Moseley is not a Nazi he is a rat that doesn't like cheese. Note of warning: There are millions of loyal Americans of German descent who don't care for Naz("ongregation there. has been visiting in Miami with ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ tendency ^ 80 me circles *J?T*? £1 to discriminate against all people of German descent is beginS,,„ w ring to get their goat, and may drive them to join Nazi groups in self defense BOAT RIDE TO BE HELD The Freda Markowitz Post No. 174 of the Jewish War Veterans will sponsor a boat ride Tuesday evening. June 20th at 9:00 p. m. NAZTI NEWS Tis said that the Nazis, having the fear of God put into then, by Attorney General Murphy's drive against their spies, XirI. X T££l W -e transferred their North American spy headquarters to f "iiv Yacht Basin Admission <.„„„,,„, ,„,„. „„. IJ. S. border. The \a,l Association to charged will be fifty cents per rH uu ms a b roa d, of which Ernst Wilhelm Bohle is the head. person? and tickets may be ob.^ ^^ sa isn( ,,| wit(l ,)„. "loyalty and support" it reTVr H Tm'o'e'rs 0 ''""" ceives from Nazis in America, and prophesies that they will be ftj^ ,'l.iy tu,> ful in case of emergency. Get ready for sens* 53 i'ional headlines 011 Nazi and Italian military preparations in South America. That report about an important Nazi air has,, hi Bolivia, so vehemently denied by the Bolivian Govern„„.„, is ou iv a tenth of .he full truth T he reason why the Hawkers of Father Coughlin's Social Justice are so insistently persistent is that they are permitted to keep whatever monev they take in BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, rfiami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 62D MkhlKUTi Avenue 'Phone 6-13-8 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Tin Mi.tucan Avenue 'Phone 5-201S SISTERHOOD BRIDGE • •••••••** *• The Sisterhood will hold a Bridge Harty at the home of its president. Mrs. B. H. London, Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 p. "• Members and friends are invited to attend. TO BE WED Mr. William Mechanic and Hilda H. Marcus will be joined in marriage at the home of the Rabbi this Sunday afternoon. We wish the young couple happiness and Mazel Tov. • CONGRATULATIONS We congratulate Mr. and Mrs. I) Becker on the marriage ot their SOP, Fred, last Thursday. May God bless them with long life and happinessTOMBSTONE TO BB UNVEILED The unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of Max BostathaJ will tak.' place Sunday. June l* h at 4:30 P "'•• *> Rbbi Max Shapiro officiating. Members of the family extend an invitation to all their friends to attend. • • • VISITS IN NORTH Mrs. 11 M. Kagan is visiting in the North with relatives and friends. While in the North she will attend the National Convention of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Mizraehi as a delegate of the Miami District of the Lad.es Mizraehi. WANTED! Will pay WOO each for PO pie 8 of The Jewish Florirlian issue of November 1, 1937. Address CHARLES LUBELSKY ,.„.,, p. ... Box 2973, Miami. Florida REFERRING TO REFUGEES We wish the Joint Distribution Committee would assign some good detectives to running down the racket of selling fake visas and landing permits to German Jewish refugees. These racketeers work with the tacit approval of some steamship companies that will go to any lengths to get business During the six years that Hitler has been boss in Germany 4 487 more foreigners have left the United States than entered this country .... You can believe these figures, because they come from none other than Boake Carter, who is by no means a friend of President Roosevelt's humanitananpoUcies. ..... There is no reason for boycotting the Vienna Boys' Choir. Father Schmidt, its founder, has been arrested by the Nazis, and all his belongings have been seized THIS AND THAT T nt j un e 12th Life issue featuring a close-up of Weiz written b y John Gunther will do a lot toward setting mi lion8 of Americans straight on the Jewish pioneer work to p ale8tme I f the relations between the Zionists and the (Continued on Page Six)



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PAGE FOUB THE JEWISH FLOBJPIAN FRIDAY, JUNP. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1546 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 • LADIES AUXILIARY • The next meeting: of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held Tuesday night, June 20th at 8:15 in the main auditorium of the Synagogue. The calendar for the next year will be presented for approval and the membership is urged to attend. BRIDGE GAME SCHEDULED • ••••••••• •• The Ladies Auxiliary of the Orthodox Congregation will have a bridge and mah jong game at the Y. M. H. A. building, Sunday night, June 18th at 8:00 p. m. The Mesdames I. Rosengarten and S. Stone will be hostesses and will be in charge of arrangements and the awarding of prizes. The friends of the Synagogue are most cordially invited to attend. CONGREGATIONAL PICNIC *••••••••• •• The annual picnic of the Congregation will be held Sunday all day, July 2nd, on Miami Beach. Details will be announced in next week's issue. CONGREGATIONAL BOARD • •••**•••• •• The Board of Directors of the Congregation will hold a meeting Tuesday, June 20th, in the vestry rooms of the Synagogue. New Rate Schedule Is Now In Effect "The new reduction in gas rates which became effective June 1st. in the territory served by the People's Water and Gas Company here warrants further clarifying as to the benefits to be Concluding a yea r of outstanding activity, the local A. Z. A. Chapter No. 272, entertained with a banquet and installed new ofreceived by various classes of fj c ers for the ensuing year in customers," D. D. Littlefield, gen-i the Roosevelt Hotel Sunday. Vareral manager said today. "Tho the reduction is general and affects a large majority of customers, some classes receive greater benefits for economic reasons which I will endeavor to explain. "Before adopting the new scheS0CIET1 LEAVE FOR VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Herman Waiu.1 man and daughter have | e f t { I an extended trip to Canada Z\ New York where they will visit! the World's Fair J LEAVES FOR BROOKLYN Mr. George Wolpert, o Wolpert's Furniture Market, l nc I accompanied by his dauehter, h\ SOCIETY LAKE TARLETON CLUB FEATURES CARRIAGES AND STAGE COACH Requested by many of the Family Jacobs Lake Tarleton Club in Pike, N. H., guests, new trails and lanes have been marked for horses and buggies in addition to the stable of Col. Harry Smith's horses which have proven so popular on the 90 miles of trails about the preserve, during the past few summers. The trails of the Appalachian Mountain Club and the Dartmouth Outing Club which pass through the preserve are also open. The Sweetheart Islands in Lake Tarleton which is the largest in the preserve, will be the scene of a gala reunion party during the opening ceremonies of the Lake Tarleton Club colony. A garden fiesta will be held on the estate of Edwin Bertram Pike who was the founder of the Club in 1911. Irving Fields, concert pianist and his ensemble will be the soloists in the inaugural concert to be held at the Colonies' clubhouse preceding the opening of the Club. The new deck terrace just being completed will be the scene of a township party for the benefit of the local charities. The terrace will accommodate 300 and after the dinner there will be a various summer theatres in New York and New England, their various activities and will take the listeners back stage into the ious awards we're made at the affair. Norman Moscovitz was installed as the new president. Other new officers are: Paul Weiss, vice president; Irvin Ghelerter, secretary; Herbert Harris, treasdule of rates, we spent a great I urer ; Joe Falls, sergeant-atarms; deal of study on our customers', William Katz, assistant sergeantaccounts and in analyzing our at arms; Joe Mizrachi, chaplain;; dith, will leave today for Brook costs of serving each class of | and Jack Snyder, reporter. Perry j lyn, N. Y., where he will rental consumer. Results of ou r studies Frank is the retiring president.' for two weeks on a business tr'n were very enlightening. Among The new advisory board atMiss Judith will spend the u *| other things, they showed very tending as guests of the Chapter, I mer with her grandmother j n | definitely that users of gas re-! were Philip Selber, head advisor; Brooklyn, frigerators could be served more Clarjnc* qhelertdr, Harold Ezeconomically, primarily because Zls Morris Nimowitz;, junior adof the fact that no heavy, spas-, visors, Joseph M. Glickstein, modic demand is produced by gas Harold Cohn, Nat Shorstein, refrigerators. Instead, they op; Morris H. Witten, Dr. Leonard firunthal, I. M. Lieberman, Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan, Rabbi Morris D, Margolis and Jay Markowitz, former advisor of the Tampa Chapter. erate continuously, 24 hours a day, with a tiny gas flame, thus furnishing a steady, even load upon our system. Contrast this with the gas stove, which creates a heavy demand for short intervals only two or three times a day. Mi. and Mrs. Alexander Speplatea using gas continuously, it is necessary for the customer to As a consequence, we are passing these economies in producworkings of these hard working Uon and distribution casts on to summer groups from which have the users of gas refrigerators,' come to the company's office and come many of Broadway's and, thereby giving them the greatest s ign a contract in order to get Hollywood's foremost actors, reduction in rates. Their savings the 25 to 30 percent saving ofMiss Cushman directing their will amount to from 9 percent fared by ou r year-round "D" [ %  f irst presentation "The Show to 13 percent, depending upon rate. Off" will also do the leading part.: the quantity of gas consumed. vak announce the engagement ofl their daughter, Clara, to Morris! Moscovitz, son of Mr. and Mr< I Joseph Moscovitz. The date ofl the wedding will be announcedl soon. Mrs. David Cowen, chairmani of the child welfaredivision ofl the local chapter of HaduukJ announced that Summer bridge I tournaments and parties begaal Tuesday afternoon. Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, in their efforts to aid all people who are preparing for Naturalization, particularly those who will be ready for their second papers at the November examination; are starting Americanization classes. All those interested of all Nationalities, will be taken care of without charge. These classes started on Wednesday, May 31st and will continue every Wednesday thereafter,, at the offices of the Council, room 506 Congress Building, at 8:00 p. m. Take advantage of this opportunity to study for your examination. Prepare to become useful American Citizens, and thankful for the fact that we live in this denial concert and dancing. Mrs. Albert \ OCratio United States of ours. J. M. Corsere is in charge of arrangements. The first of the Friday forums j in Tarleton Hall conducted by | professors of Dartmouth College i will bring to the round-table group, Professor MacDonald, of the School of English at Dart-, mouth. Professor MacDonald has j chosen as his subject "History j and its Equations." This will be Professor MacDonald's first ap%  pearance at the forums which an beginning their third sum-j mer. Miss Nancy Cushman, director] of the Yankee Troupers which present Sunday night productions of Broadway plays in Tarleton Hall will entertain the guests of the Club and Cottage Colony with a talk on "Straw Hat Theatres." The talk will feature the "Apartment houses purchasing gas through one meter are obviously served more economically than a number of individual apartment meters. The Company saves on the elimination of frequent "turn ons" and "turn offs" and in one monthly meter reading and billing instead of multiple readings and billings. Our economies in serving this class of customers permits us to pass on a substantial saving to them. "The reduction in rates also offers a substantial saving to the year-round customers of the company, who are using mone than 25,000 cubic feet of gas per month" Mr. Littlefield explained further, "the Company has a large investment in its plant and distribution system, upon which taxes, interest and depreciation are accruing every month in the j year regardless of whether gas is being supplied to tourists or to permanent residents. The por-; tion of these carrying charges which must be included in a monthly bill is considerably less' for the year-round customer than! for the seasonal customer. We; are glad to pass this saving along to any customer who uses gas, the year-round, but, as the com-, pany has no way of knowing in j advance that a customer content-! 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7BIDAY, JUNE 16, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST MAX SHAPIRO, RabbiOffice Phone 2-1473 THIRD AVENUE 497 Southwest 18th Road Home Phone 2-2176 • CONGREGATIONAL NEWS ,•••••••• *• It is indeed very gratifying to sec the splendid response of parv. ho registered their childr> • for the summer semester at :i Talmud Torah. Close to forty children are attending the daily Hebrew School and are accomplishing a great deal in masteringthe elements of the Hebrew age and faith. We aspire toward a registration of fifty n for the summer months! PARENTS REGISTER YOUR CHILDREN AT ONCE! •••• • PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR • ••••••••• i Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and 6:30 p. m. Sabbath Services — Saturday morning at 8:30. Junior Congregation ServicesSaturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—0:00 a. m., to 12:00. PAGE FIVE B'NAI B'RITH V BRIEFS BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL Sholem Lodge held a spirited meeting this past Tuesday night at the club room of Miami Elks Lodge. There was a splendid attendance, a large portion of the membership being present. The amount of interest shown by the Brothers at this business meeting has never yet been surpassed. B Many important matters affectA Message from the Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women The following chairmen were appointed to act for the ensuing j year for Miami Section, with a well formulated program for each chairmanship: Executive Director, Service to foreign Born, Mrs. Selma W. Baskar. Children's Aid Fund, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis. Social Emigre, Mrs. Herbert H. Feibelman. Naturalization and Americanilation, Mrs. Monte Selig, general chairman; Mrs. Nat L. Williams, Mr?. Julius Jacobstein, Mrs. Elry Stone, Miss Dorothy Cone. Service to Foreign Born, Assistants Miss Mabel Honoroff, Hist Eugenie Wolff, Miss Alice Apt". Parlimentarian, Mrs. Isaac Levin. Legislation, Mrs. Anna Mankes Meyers. Scholarship ICommittee, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, chairman; MrsAbe Rubin, Mrs. Lewis Brown. Arbitration, Mrs. Ignatz Wobl Wayand Means, Mrs. Jack Cohen. Inunational Relations, Mrs. Harry Harnhard. Program, Mrs. Leo Kupper. Publicity, Mrs. Max Steuer. Hospitality, Mrs. Lewis Brown, (kail-man, Mrs. Herman Fischer; In Samue] Gurss. Telepl ne, Mrs Maurice DubItr. STOP THAT ROOF LEAK! OLR WORK GUARANTEED NO EXTRA COST B It it since 1919—All Types Roofs *c Order Too Small or tar Q e BOBBINS ROOFING and SHEET METAL WORKS 222 V W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705E Happy Day, Mrs. Elry Stone. Bride Ghairman, Mrs. Gus Feuer. Resolutions, Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub. Membership, Mrs. Maurice Jacobs, Miami Beach; Mrs. Al. Seiden, Southwest; Mrs. Monte Selig, Northeast. Social Committee, Mrs. J. Barbash, Mrs. Sam. Blank. Junior Sponsor, Mrs. Sadye G. Rose. We wish to announce that we were able at this early date to complete arrangements with the Hollywood Beach Hotel, Hollywood, Florida, for our annual Fashion and Floor Show to be held Wednesday afternoon, December 27th, with Mrs. Ralph Neufeld as general chairman. Luncheon will also be served to over 500 hundred desiring to attend. Particulars and full committees will be named early in the Fall. Other clubs please take note of date in formulating your calendars for the year 1939-40. Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women meets beginning the first Wednesday in October every month. Board meetings the fourth Wednesday of the month. Council Forum will again this coming year have Mrs. Isidor M. Weinstein as instructress in public speaking and Contemporary Jewish Affairs. This class is open to the public and meets every Friday beginning the second Friday in November through the month of April from 2:00 p. m. ti 4:30 p. m. Miami Section and the local B'nai B'rith Lodge sponsor English classes to foreign born adults four nights per week: Mondays and Wednesdays at Beth David Synagogue with Mrs. Maurice Grossman as teacher. Tuesdays and Thursday nights from 8:00 p. m.. to 10:00 p. m. at Beth Jacob Synagogue with Mrs. Isaac Levin as teacher. Ou r Naturalization Department is open to any person in Greater Miami who has not as yet become a Naturalized Citizen of the United States on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00 a. m. to 4:30 p. m., with the naturalization staff on hand these days to assist you in filling out these papers, without charge. On every Wednesday evening at the Council office, 506 Congress Building from 8:00 p. m. to 9:00 p. m. Mrs. Isaac Levin is conducting in instruction class for November 1939 examination for final Naturalization. Any one desiring to attend this class may do so, without charge. ing the interest and welfare of the Jewish people were discussed, about which this column cannot, with propriety, elaborateB Brother President Pallot and Brother Vice-President Levin are to be congratulated on their participation in the installation of Gainesville Lodge. Thanks to the Brothers for making the trip. B Brother Dr. Frank Coret made a detailed report concerning the meeting at Tampa Lodge, which was recently visited by him as President of the State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges. The committee making the trip consisted of Brothers Rabbi Kaplan, Stanley Myers and Abe Aronovitz. The purpose of the meeting was an appeal for funds in connection with State A. D. work. Rabbi Kaplan's speech at Tampa was a summary of conditions of the Jew in America and in Florida, particularly. Brother Aro,novitz. State Chairman of the A. D. Committee, stressed the importance of the work and the necessity of financial support to insure its continuous effectiveness. Brother Coret emphasized the idea of insurance for the protection of American Jews in the future. Brother Myers made an inspiring talk which rang with sincerity in its appeal which touched the receptive hearts of our good Tampa Brothers. B And now the scoop of the month—the result of the State Federation appeal to Tampa Lodge—the sum of $1,000.00—, underwritten by Tampa Lodge' for A. D. activities! Congratulations to you, Tampa Lodge! Alii Ix>dges throughout Florida should; be inspired by this expression of : cooperation and support. It will unquestionably serve as a shin-j ing example of wisdom and fore( sight which will impel other Lodges to the same action B Sholem Lodge expresses its appreciation and confidence in the true spirit of brotherhood exemplified by Brothers Sam Blank and Ben Bronston on their recent speedy trip to New York to present plans for the salvation of our Brothers in distress, the Jewish refugees aboard the German vessel—with whose plight most everyone is now familiar. According to Brother Harry Simonhoff's A. D. report, these two good Brothers awakened in our National Councils of Jewish leadership a realization of the fact that we down here in Florida are not unaware of the problems of the Jew. -BBrother Harry Schaffer, Past National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States, was the guest speaker at the meeting Tuesday night. Brother Schaffer's inspiring talk, sounded as a keynote the importance of membership in strengthening the work and activities of B'nai B'rith. In addition to the ideals of benevolence, good will between Jew and Gentile patriotism. Brother Schaffer emphasized the importance of combating anti-semitic forces in this country. B The membership drive is reviving itself through further inspiration on the part of Bro. Chairman Bandler and his committee. It was pleasing, indeed, to witness the cooperation of the many Brothers present Tuesday night in their willingness to go out and work on this drive. A card index system is being used and with a survey of the whole Greater Miami area, the membership in Sholem Lodge should more than double in size. The following new committees were appointed: A meetings committee, composed of Brother Louis Heiman as Chairman and Brothers Al Augustine, Harold Spaet, M. GFurman and Fred Shochet. A building committee, composed of Brother Ben Bronston as Chairman and Brothers R. R. Adler, Al Berkeley, Henry Hohouser, Leo Robinson, Marcie Lieberman and Nathan Adelman. if* Is the BEST.' 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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLOEEDIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1939 Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page Three) British Government were not so strained the King and Queen of England would have loved to view the model of the Temple of Solomon on display in the Palestine Pavilion at the New York World's Fair. / The British royal family, you know, claim descent from the ancient Hebrew House of David. Wie've just seen an envelope, addressed entirely in Hebrew characters, which reached its destination—the Kovalsky Palestine Shop at the Palestine Pavilion. You've got to hand it to Uncle Sam's post office. .. Best crack of the week is the following. Former Justice Louis D. Brandeis' 10-year-old grandson^ visiting the Palestine Pavilion with his mother, Susan Brandeis, stopped in front of the j display showing the building of j a colony in one day, dramatized; by an electric device which flash: es the hour of each stage in the' construction. Open-mouthed, he i watched, the rapid progress of i the building, and then, turning to his mother, said: "Gee, they! should show that to the WPA workers" .... Newspapers tyr ported this week of the marve-, lous "awakening" of Rip Van Winkle from his sleeping place on Rip's Ledge near the old "Mountain House" at Haines Falls, N. Y., to be taken to the New Ylork World's Fair where he was greeted by Fair officials and feted as guest of honor in "Merrie England Village" and other spots of interets there. But what the papers didn't report is that the "Mountain House" | is "Andron's Mountain House," now the most exclusive Jkosher resort in the section and that the current legend of Rip Van Winkle in the Catskills is that a matter of thunder can be heard in the mountains three times a day. It's Rip Van Winkle "dahvening." .... ABOUT PEOPLE Nora Wain, author of the bestseller "Reaching for the Stars," wrote her book twice, and it is the second version that you've been reading. %  The first, of which there were only two copies, was "lost in the mails" when, after writing the book in Germany, she sent the manuscripts to her English and American JEWISH FRATERNITY HOLDS GRADUATION DANCE Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Delta, on the campus of the University of Florida, Gainesville, Fla., held its annual graduation dance at the Mahi Shrine Hall Fridaynight. The affair was a huge success, with close to one hundred high school graduates and college boys attending. The dance committee consisting of Maxie Gaynor, Irving Rubin and Stuart Simon were in charge, assisted by the entire j chapter. The dance was in honor | of the high school graduates, and another one will be held in the near future. A series of Smokers and other formal affairs is being planned for the summer, details of which will be announced later. publishers. So she had to rewrite the book after leaving Naziland. ... Tip to Jewish organizations: Why don't you book Alice Masaryk, daughter of the founder of the Czech Republic, who is due in this country any day now? .... It's because of Baron Louis Rothschild's love for an Aryan baroness, whom the Nazis threaten to hold as a hostage if he tries to recover some of the $21,000,000 they took from his family, that he has dissuaded his relatives from seizing German assets abroad to compensate themselves. The wife; of Chemjo Vinaver, refugee choir leader, was three weeks ahead of The Nation when she suggested that Fritz Kuhn's stock had sunk so low that the Berlin Nazis would soon discover that his real name is Cohen, and would disown him. Emil Ludwig, who's already back in Europe, pent quite some time with President Roosevelt discussing the Jewish situation. • Busiest man in America is Dr. Solomon Goldman, Zionist prexy, who crowds in as many as fifty appointments in one day. Best wishes for a speady recovery to Louis Lipsky, at this writing in the Bronx Hospital for observation O rchids to Dr. Herman Schiff, who recently designed such gorgeous geographic maps for his Pageant of States that textile designers are copying them for dress goods patterns. ANNUAL PICNIC TO BE HELD The annual all-day picnic of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will be held Sunday, June 25th at the Shoreham Hotel, 535 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Refreshments will be served cafeteria style all day. Mrs. Minnie Engler, general chairman, is being assisted by Mesdames Morris Cowen, Hertry Bulbin, Sadye G. Rose, Edward Friedman, Maurice Jacobs, D. Eichengreen. Harry Kaufman, Louis Harts, J. Diener. Meyer Schwartz Louis Brown, Harry Oliphant, M. Davis, A. Rubin, H. Homa. D. B. Berkeley, L. Elkin, Albert Rosenthal, Jennie Rotfort and Sidney Palmer. Mr. B. Marcus is chef and Mr. Harry Kaufman will be in charge of the drinks All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • PHI BETA DELTA WINS SCHOLARSHIP CUP AGAIN Recent results of the scholarship standings released from the office of H. J. Chandler, registrar, at the University of Florida, for the past semester show that Phi Beta Delta, Jewish fraternity on the campus, has won the cup for the sixth consecutive semester with an all-time high average for fraternities of 1.7. By capturing the scholarship championship again, Phi Beta Delta now has two legs on the new cup and needs only one more leg to retire their second scholarship cup. This makes a total of five and one-half full years that Phi Beta Delta has won this honor. In second place with an average of 1.3 was Chi Phi, which was in third place last semester. Tau Epsilon Phi dropped from amongst the leaders the past semester to eighth position with an average of 1.0, which was below the general student body average. • • • ART GALLERIES STILL OPEN TO PUBLIC Several hundred people have attended the exhibits of the Fine Arts Group of th Fleischer Studio in the Galleries of the Miami Beach Public Library and Art Centre, 2100 Collins Avenue. The Gallery authorities have extended the exhibiting time of this group to include the 22nd of June, so that many more visitors will have an opportunity of seeing this unusual show, sponsored* by the WPA Federal Art Project. All exhibitions held in the gal leries are open free to the public everv day except Thursdays and! from 10:00 a. m. to 1:00 p. m. on Sundays from 10:00 a. m. to 9:00 Thursdays, during the summer p. m. The galleries are open I months. • YOUR PATRONAGE IS GREATLY APPRECIATED: YOUR FRIENDSHIP A MOST VALUED ASSET! ^^^^^m



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%  ^ % %  % % % % % % % % %  MMHII PT DAY, JUNE 16, 1939 THE JEWISH PLORTmAw PAGE SEVEN I Pledge Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for Which It Stands...One Nation Indivisible, W j Liberty and Justice for All >? ^tat A Reminder to the Youth of America on Flag Day! A IFord Ah ut the JEWISH WAR VETERANS OF THE UNITED STATES I'rom the tarlicit /'• %  • %  rnintft of our Repuhlu tmeni am of the %  /*•;. hh h have striven to p>omote the welfare of this i .untry in prate. .inJ l-> iht for tt pioudly in uar. In the Kevluliinmry H'mr. i kmd INK Frank* rhilti rlphia was aid*-*!*-vamp la Ocn • tl \Vuhint;fim. IIIUII Salt 1 I cnitit fortune • •ivf ihc AntriKJii C'nu>r. II |""niillr. Iluiitlinl'* %  Rvralutmurjr hm^, J*. h Li _UL^icJ tKraik-U^> / %  Iht War ,i HI:. P l.'-v i. BriM Indti %  ft t "Argus" i I blockade .....I tmn KritUi merchant wwn. H r CoBMBudorr, rlir Nlty'l lii_li'">t '*{. JuJjh Tuoro *•• %  '" %  • • New Oilcan, unjcr Al la Ikr War u //* Ulrica. : I>4>1 de I .run "I iralwa trM Miif ihnu' ^ Ofigtfai for VBIM *'"! %  I Albrrt I.O) Kn burgeon-General. /., %  ',.• ChU H m |. n, ......1 Sutrt w N ith wii ilutiiKtmii JIVI buiwi I i unfederacy, Jwlah P. Ii „,. s cren "' W" IM II ,.!, Commodore • %  > ill N %  > (rrnrral AC \htn -' m,.-. i irnri il n l N K ielli i l"'i" ... M. .., i ieneral Unrd %  ^ .i. -J r ml : %  a infcjji<' General. I %  •.I N mm ..• N V • t i -i K, j i %  l fa recene. '" ""•' ..II,. /.. /*.• S>.i-XI I l ( „ r J.OOO J.-..J' ., -r.l l!,f nil %  : I • / A, r*rM H. %  i %  %  : %  ; M „' • T VX M -...il..'. r< JEWISH WAR VBTBHAS R /W o/ *> tamlrltmHa* i Amarita r-*"' ,,V Mr, I..// MTM '* %  cOK/ry 'o '••' %  A flag is a symbol. It may stand for something good. Or it may mean something wicked and destructive to all mankind. Old Glory waves over a land that represents Freedom and Tolerance. In vivid contrast to other lands blighted by hate and despotism. Americans have more right today t ban ever to be proud of America. To uphold ir in p.ce And if the dread day comes, to fight for it in war. To the youth of America we say: Fight for your country in PEACE by driving its enemies from you. Cherish the tolerance, the good will, the freedom you now enjoy. It's your birthright os on American. A beast has no place in your midst. Especially when he comes cringing with blood stained hands to hiss his song of hate. Nazi or Fascist, he is an avowed enemy of America. America does not want him. Shun the scoundrel who confuses your thought by preaching hatred and intolerance under another name. He calls himself Communist. Call him by his right name: An Enemy of America. America does not want hint. America wants no blood purges, no murder cults, no wholesale destruction of race and religion. Swastika or Hammer and Sickle both alike are a blight and a menace to America. Lcfs stick to Old Glory! •^•^ %  mi WHM.II.'""""''"' — Published by the JEWISH WAR VETERANS of the UNITED STATES ^^^^^^ To Premofe Greater Love for Our Hog e5Sfi5^<*>



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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FBIDAY, JUNE 16 1939 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) HOME CAMP The greatest project ever to take place in the history of Miami Jewry is the Home Camp conceived and inaugurated by Mr. Maurice Grossman, our exei cutive director. This Camp of-, fers boys and girls between the ages of 6 to 14 years an opportunity to experience some of the outstanding camping activities while remaining at home. The Camp will open on Monday morning, July 3rd, at 9:30 and continue through August 21. Sessions will start at 9:30 a. m., | and will conclude at 4:30 p. m.— 6 days a week, Monday through Friday. Parents will bring their children here and call for them. A program of diversified activities will be given the children under the guidance of Miss Dor' %  othy Lightman, camp directress, I and a staff of counsellors. The | children will be divided into groups of 6. Each group will be in charge of a counsellor. At periodic intervals the children will be taken to the beach or to the Venetian pools in buses—Delicious luncheons will be served daily and milk and fruit punch will be given at various intervals throughout ths day. Here are part of the activities that will take place: Arts and Crafts, Athletics, Checkers, Chess Club, Clubs, Dancing, Diamond Ball, Dramatics, Games, Hikes Hobbies, Jewish Folk Lore, Kamera Club, Ping Pong, Scrap Book, Showers of Songs, Story Telling, Swimming, Volley Ball, Circus, Camp Fires, Hot Dog Roasts, Pageant and Watermelon Festival. Each child that joins will receive a medical examination upon entrance into the camp. Thru the courtesy of the WPA we have secured an instructor in Arts and Crafts and one in Story Telling and Music and Appreciation. These instructors are trained teachers and the children will derive great benefit from them. Playground equipment is now being built for the "Y" consisting of seesaws, stairway slide, swings, sand box, trapeze, onebar aluminum ring, all steel horizontal bar. The tuition will be $3.00 per week for children of non-members, and $2.00 per week for children of members. It is suggested that those interested join the "Y" and take advantage of the low rate. Enrollment is limited. Act at once. Simply write or phone Mr. Grossman at the "Y" —34012. SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION On Saturday night, June 17th, Mr. Nathan Zwitman will address this Division on high-lights of Zionism. Mr. Zwitman is one of the sponsors of Young Judea in this city, has lived in Palestine, and is thoroughly familiar with his subject. All persons interested are urged to attend. Y BOARD OF DIRECTORS Al Berkowitz has called meeting of his committee at the "Y" for Monday evening, June 19th at 8:30 p. m. Al Pallot, President of the "Y" requests members of the Board to be present at an informal conference at the "Y" Sun-day morning, June 18th at 10:00 a. m. The subject matter to be discussed is a program of activities for the summer. Y TEMPLE ISRAEL NEWS AROUND TOWN The first meeting of the Board of Directors under the new administration was held at the home of the ex4cutive director and Mrs. Grossman on Monday evening, June 12th. A fine atmosphere prevailed as all of the members of the Board showed a marvelous spirit in "Y" affairs. After transacting routine business, Mr. Alvin Grossman, chairman appointed the following committees: Stationery: Leon Lieberman, chairman; Harry Schwartz. Meeting: Al Berkowitz, Al Pal lot, Lou Safan, Harry Schwartz. Dr. Beckman. Installation: Dr. Rand, chairman; Al Berkowitz. Finance: Herman Waitsman, chairman; Al Grossman, Dr. Beckman. Cultural: Dr. Beckman. Repair: Leon Lieberman, Harry Schwartz, Al Berkowitz. Field: A1 Pallot, Maurice Grossman. Athletic: Ralph Grossman. ^ Do You Own Your Home? There naver wai a better time than now to build one The Liberal Financing Througn Federal Housing Administration Makes H Possible Give me a call and I will Kindly help you to get the best possible Information as to Its plan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Ins. Agency 1015 Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-3151 THE mDn. ^eo^Lda. JUNIOR DIVISION At the last meeting of the Board of Directors, Mr. Grossman, the executive director, submitted to the Board a plan to hold an oratorical and essay contest among the members of the Junior Division. The Board sanctioned and approved Mr. Grossman's plans and appropriated a sum of money for prizes. A committee of the "Y" and of prominent men from the University of Miami and from Miami Senior High School will act as judges. The subjects of the essays will be announced in these columns next week. Watch for more details. JACKSONVILLE'S LEADING HOTEL COMFORT M kM.ii reJU.aUTmHaaMaaa. Ety k*a with laamprlaeaMm aaa nm t im q laaip. lu nala f Ice water ea Tfy floor. roruut-rtKiD COCKTAIL LOUNGE ond COFFEE SHOP Otker J. I. ht Hoi.it Hfir tf-Q.m.nsi — H.t.l O.S.I. -So..".l BBEaB*aBBBBBEnKa^E^K==3 Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman for entertaining the new Board of Directors and officers of the "Y" with a special potato latke party at their home last Monday. Herman Waitsman, 3-year board member left with his family for an extended trip to Canada and then to the World's Fair in New York, pleasant journey. As a gesture of goodwill towards the Je-wish War Veterans much awaited convention starting August 28th, the "Y" graciously gave the sum of $100.00. Hy Schwartz, brother of your correspondent surprised many of his friends by his sudden marriage to Miss Marie Mann of Dallas, Texas, congratulations folks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz will celebrate their first wedding anniversary Friday, June 23rd. Walter Jacobs, ardent "Y" booster writes in from his palatial summer resort on Lake Tarleton that he wants to offer his congrats upon the fine set of officers and board members selected by the members. We sincerely urge all you folks who are not members of the "Y" to jump on the "Y" bandwagon and become members and help us to build for a greater Y. MH. A. and community center. Don't forget to enter your hoy or girl in the "Y" Home Camp which starts July 3rd. Call Mr. Grossman for particulars. 137 N. E. J 9th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN MM Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-8548 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewis Qomm nity. o;y..up(:s-onal problems. You "ill be assured lympathet hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be bald n strict confidence. CONGREGATIONAL • ••••••••* •* "Do n:>t withdraw thyself from the congregation-"—Hillel Flag Day Sabbath will be observed at Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th Street, this Friday evening, at 8:15 p. m Rev. Joseph Barth of the Unitarian Church, who has many times spoken on the meaning of the Flag, will be our guest speaker. Th? Jewish War Veterans of Miami, and the Boy Scouts, Troop No. 6, will take part in the ceremonies. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan wil j the services. These wil lbe impressive .-ervices which every member of the j Congregation is urged to attend, I and the public is cordially welcome. • •••••• RADIO • •••••••a* • Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will over WIOD this Sunday afternoon, on the Jewish Hour, at 3:00 o'clock. His subject will be •"Human Beings." Rosemary Gerson will offer the musical selections, with Mrs. Morris Salomon at the piano. B'NAI B'RITH TO HOLD BOAT RIDE The annual boat rids sponsored by Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith wil be held Thursday evening, June 29th at 8:30 p. m., aboard the Seven Seas Yacht. In charge of arrangements are Walter C. Kovner, chairman, assisted by Benjamin I.e Vine and J. Aron Abbott. Tickets are now available and may be obtained from : Mr. Le Vine at 510 Congress Building, Miami. YOUNG RABBI 37 years old, married, two children, well versed in Yiddish and English; organizer. Wonderful speaker. Hebrew and Sunday School teacher; Shoched for chickens; reader of Torah, wishes a permanent position in the South; willing to come for a trial. Answer THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, Box 2973, Miami Florida. The Range Designeckfor Women ... by Women! New Frigidaire Electric Ranqe CoMBMES COW Cosr ff/GH SPEED St/RE RESULTS ~£ Designed by 7550 Women to Unite ALL the Advantages of Modern Electric Cooking • No woman could inspect this range without knowing immediately that a woman had her hand in it* design. It's a woman's range...made for a woman's job. Designed and approved by 7550 practical housewives .. homemakers just like you. We're proud to join Frigidaire in presenting this startling new Frigidaire Electric Range to the women of our community. We're enthusiastic about it because our own customers...women who know what a range should be... have approved it so wholeheartedly. Come in. Let us demonstrate this remarkable range .. designed for women by women. Let us show you its astonishing record of low cost operation. And let us tell you how easy it is to enjoy modern electric cooking for only a few cents a day'. MIAMI APPLIANCE CO. "LOOK FOR THE FRIGIDAIRE SIGN" 1133 WEST FLAGLER ST. PHONE 8-3384 ESTABLISHED 19*9


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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Full Text
vJemsti Fiondiam
CoMa/w"G The Jewish lUinlly
VOL 12.-WO. .
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1939
PRICE FIVE CENTS
|NAZIS PUSH DRIVE Refugees Receive Hague Court tO Rule Oil
TO FORCE OUT JEWS TemPora^ Haven
XT' 1 /~i i London, (WN'S)Following of-
Zurich, (WNS)-More than 20, VlOleilCe C OntllllieS fe by the United States Joint
1 J^;jn "PrOteCtOrate" Distribution Committee to pay
Reit'h for the maintenance of all
|vert> ordered to leave the
|br July lst or face tne Sterna-.
Live of being thrown into concen-
ntion camps. Several hundred London, (WNS)Reports from
pay
for the maintenance of all refu-
gees aboard the liner St. Louis,
it was learned from authoritative
Policy if League Rejects
Ltion camps. Several hundred London, <\\ N.S) Reports from sour(.(.s that all the refugees were
Eg, driven across the border Prague said that the Gestapo had (.(,rtain of temporary havens in
Jjj:o Poland by the Gestapo, many sealed the Jewish community Belgium, the Netherlands, France.
Ling added to the 3,700 Jews building and synagogue in the an(, EngIand
ill living in the frontier camp city of Budwois, closed down all
ptzba<7vn. It is understood that Jewish organizations and arrest- The Intergovernmental Com-;
IJ.00O Polish Jews have been or- ed members of B'nai B'rith, Jew- mittee for Refuge s, after being
Lred to leave Germairv within isfa fraternal society. in constant contact with the Joint
Live weeks, while 20,000 more The German rulers of Bohemia- Distribution Committee induced
Lve been notified thev must Moravia imposed a $17,250 fine Belgium to accept 260 refugees,
kferate The financial burden on the City of Kladno with Jews the Netherlands 194, France ap-
Impo-d by the forced emigration and persons described as follow proximately 200 and Great Bn-
Lust be met by the harassed ers of the exiled Dr. Benes bear-, ta.n the remainder.
Lrm.-.n Jewish community which ing the brunt of the penalty. The, ,,. T
I now going through a process, fine was imposed on the city by j New York (WNS)-James N.
[tf liquidation. It is expected Reichsprotector Baron von Neu-1 Rosenberg, chairman of the Nat
that within three years Berlin, rath, following the killing of ai ional Council of the Joint Distri-.
ry will be reduced from 125,- German policeman last week. Al-jbution Committee issued the fid-1
tOO to 20,000-
In Munich 400 Jews were, un-
kr arrest. Large numbers were
i custody in Berlin and Breslau.
fctral hundred Jews in Dresden
|wre given only 24 hours to leave
crmany. Those who lost their
Wish passports under a new
Polish citizenship law last No- llB0IB reporu irum rmgue ^
rember are being taken to con- veaie -ltration camps, while those broke int0 the synaKogue, defiled
lose passports are in ordtfr are tne Ho)y scroi]s and threw them
ing put across the frontier. into tnP fianles. Orders were
East Prussian authorities have ** to fire brigades not to ex
tdered all Jews, estimated at tinguish the flames but to confine
b00 to be out of that province their efforts to preventing its
ky June 20. Four thousand Pol- spread.
li-h Jews in Leipzig have been A, Koeniggra'-lz (Hradec Kra uwmiiihhh i m= -----
pen notice to leave within one ,()V(,j )n,. .\ryan Cultural Union, must come from the splendid gov-
"iontt. Orders were also given whk.h wa| founded recently to ernments which, w are assured,
5 Polish Jews in Breslau and ,,1),,,;tli;lt,. racial anti-Semitism will give asylum to the 907
while similar moves were .,,,,n}r the Czechs, attempted refugees,
jreportfd from Hanover, Kiel, wjtJj0U| success to hold a public]
iBrem.n, Neornberg, Karlsruhe, meeting. The Czech public pro
Better Solution Is
Sought to Problem
SEEK BETTER SOLUTION
OK REFUGEE PROBLEM
Luxemburg, (WNS) Victor
Bodson, vice president of the
Chamber of Deputies, urged the
government to take the initiative
in trying to reach a solution of
the problem of stateless persons.
Newspapers, welcoming the ap-
peal, urged organizations work-
ing on the refugee problem to
work with Mr. Bodson and the
Luxemburg Government in find-
ing a more successful solution
than that proposed by the pow-
ers at Evian-les-Bains.
VI" III. Ill |/,'liV t-IIIrtll l.l-i .-lk. *' I
though the Kladno Jewish com-, lowing statement in response to
munity comprises only 200 Jews,; many inquiries from all parts of
most of whom are poor, they have
been ordered to pay 80 per cent
of the collection fine.
the country:
"I believe we may now fairly
the collection fine. J state that after tireless effort,
Throughout the "protectorate hoSDitaljtv of var-
Buenos Aires, (WNS)Repre-
sentatives of 60 economic and
credit cooperatives, meeting here,
voted for expansion of the Jew-
ish Agricultural Bank and added
capitalization of 350,000 pesos.
synagogues were being burned,
the latest depredation occuring in
Zubrek on-Oder, in Horavia. Re-
liable reports from Prague re-
ra
through the hospitality of var-
ious European governments and
with the wholehearted coopera-
tion of refugee committees and
of prominent people of all creeds,
all of the refugees on the St-
Ixiuis will find a haven in Eu-
rope. With these governments
and committess the representa-
tives of the Joint Distribution
Committee have been in constant
contact. It would be improper
f ir us her.' to issue any final
statement at this time. These
London, (WNS)Listed on the
agenda of the Liaison Committee
of the League High Commission
for Refugees was the problem of
120,000 Carpatho Russian Jews,
according to an announcement
made by the Agudath Israel, a
religious organization. The com-
mittee, which meets in Paris this
week, has promised to discuss the
problem.
ureni>"i. wernorg, utwuki nviting. I ne I Zecn puniic pro
iBamin-L'. Wuersberg, Darmstadt ,.,,,,.,| ilir:1inst the proposed meet 1V[/-\yp T\pfll*P
ltd Cologne. -. while the Sokol and other |wlUic u^ v'
, ( organisations and Individuals re-l
The first mass expulsion of "**"' ...
Jews by German, occurred last '"d > "T.1*" d"
lOotol,,. when 7.000 Jews were .....> "f "" nt,-Sem.tes.
tan across the border as the
Insult of the passage of a Polish
sisport law that was designed
Jiuinh -ii prevent their return.
I Mini iv. argument at the time
Ins that the Polish action would
Inrtail the German government's
right to expel any Polish citizen
|m an u idesirabta alien. Poland
KaHated and sent several hun-
l*ed Germans to the border, some
Ships At Sea
Refugee Report
Available Soon
Bucharest, WNS) Sailing
fr :n the Black Sea port of Man
galia. the steamer Mamara. with
500 Jewish refugees aboard, all
from Germany, left for an un-
known destination. It is believed
that the ship, flying the Pana-
Lusaka. Northern Rhode' ia, manian flag, will attempt to dis-
\VNS)_It is understood that a embark the passengers ,n Pales-
British commission, sent here to tine or somewhere on the Afr,
can coast.
**d Germans to the border, some mv^tjpate possibilities for col-
IJf whom were sent into Germany ^^ Qn behalf of the Inter- Q k steamer Aghios Nic-
' governmental Refugee Commis-, ^ ^^ was prevented
sion, has completed its survey, f^ ]eaving the same port with
1*started early this year de ^^ & ^^ to U)n.l passengers. All were sent
knedto effect a settlement of I ^ ^ Jameg DonneAt.l^ p Constanza where many
* problem These negotiations an of the commission, and waiti at least three
- reached final settlement ap CrQud Qne rf the members,
are still 3,700 Jews livng| ^ itd to Ieave for Nyasa-
land to continue their investiga-
tions of colonization possibilities
there.
Young Democrats
Staging Big Drive
The last of the series of events
of Young Democratic Week spon-
ired by the Young Democratic
Cl lb of Hade County, will be a
to be held Saturday
evening a1 the American Legion
Club, N. E. 66th Street and th.'
Bay, Miami. All paid up nn m-
b< is will be admitted free.
Among those participating in
! this week's activities were Sid-
ney H. Palmer. William Shayne.
Sidney Segall and J. Avon Abbott
The purpose of the week's ac-
I tivities is to enroll 3,000 new
' members at $100 each towards
, the state quota of 14.000 needed
to give Florida full voting
strength at the Pittsburgh gath
| ering this year so as to protect
; Miami's preferential position for
1 obtaining the 1941 National Con-
! verrtion.
London, (WNS Palcor Agency)
Prime Minister Neville Cham-
berlain told the House of Com-
mons that if there should occur
any dispute "among those con-
cerned with the Mandate" over
Palestine as to the validity of
Great Britain's now policy, it
would be submitted for a ruling
to the International Court of Jus-
tice at The Hague.
He declared th* the' Biitish
Government is satisfied that its
new policy for Paletsine con-
forms with its treaty obligations
under the .League of Nations
Mandate, and expressed confi-
dence that the League's Perma-
nent Mandates Commission would
so find it. "If, however, any
dispute should occur among those
concerned with the Mandate, it
would be submitted to the Inter-
national Court of Justice at The
Hague," he added.
Tom Williams, Laborite, had
asked for assurance that if the
Mandates Commission should re-
port the Chamberlain White Pa-
per on Palestine inconsistent with
the Mandate over Palestine grant-
ed to Great Britain by the Lea-
gue of Nations, the House of
Commons would then be afforded
an opportunity for further dis-
cussion of the White Paper and
of the report of the Commission
before the Council of the League
is asked to consider it.
The Prime Minister answered
that he understood that in the
course of the Mandates Commis-
sion's examination of the annual
reports of the various mandated
territories it would likely take
the opportunity to discuss the
White Paper.
"If the Commission offers any
comments, th se will be embod-
ied in reports that will be sub-
mitted before the Council of the
League of Nations next Septem-
ber," he said
"Government will afford the.
information required regarding
the policy of the White Paper.
Government are satisfied their
policy is in conformity with their
treaty obligations under the Man-
date, and will explain their view
to the Council."
|wer reached final settlement W
Itkere are still 3,700 Jews living
I" the frontier "no-man's land.'
. Jewish circles at Warsaw dc-
|*tlsred there was still a serious
|ftl*f situation at many Polish-
|Grmn border points. Many of
jthnt Jews have been unable to
1 *Ve either way authough an
**rwment between Germany and
I Poland was announced several
*onths ago by which these refu-
l**s would he permitted to return
1 ? Germany to settle their af-
phs,
London, (WNS)-Former Gov-
ernor Edward Grigg of Kenya.
South Africa, speaking before
the East African Dinner Club,
appealed for admission of refu-
gees to East Africa. He declared
that such immigration would ben-
efit all races in the territory.
had been waiting at least three
months for an opportunity to
emigrate.
Among the refugees were 152
Jews who had escaped from the
Nazi concentration camp at Da-
chau. It was reported that ap
proximately 1,300 refugees were
waiting on three river boats be^
tween the ports of Tulcea and
Sulina on the Danube River,
waiting for permission to con-
tinue the trip to the Black Sea.
It is believed that most of these
refugees are bound for Shanghai.
TAMPA B'NAI B'RITH
ELECTS OFFICERS
Morrice S- Uman has been el-
ected president of the Tampa
lodge of B'nai B'rith for the new
i year beginning July 1.
Other officers are Sam Stein,
vice president; Louis Vangilder,
recording secretary; Manuel Ar-
onovitz. financial secretary; Adolf
Katz, treasurer; M. G. Rosen-
berg, monitor; Dr. J. Leon
Schwartz, assistant monitor; Dav-
id Cowan, warden; Leon Haber,
inner guard; Samuel Shonbrun,
outer guard, and O. Falk, Ernest
Roumanian Jews
Pay Heavy Tax
Bucharest, (WNS)Under a
new decree, regulating the status
of Jews deprived of their citizen-
ship in the revision of Roumanian
citizenship lists, a special tax
ranging from 2,000 to 10,000 lei
annually has been forced upon
denaturalized Jews although o
such tax is levied on foreigners
who live in Roumania. The tax
authorities have indicated that
the full amount of the special
levy is to be paid when it falls
due.
Mass, David Stein, Simon Essrig
and Max Argintar, trustees. Rab-
bi David L- Zielonka and Rabbi
Adolf Burger are honorary trus-
tees, and M. Henry Cohen is hon-
orary life president.


PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JUNE 16 ko
LEAVE FOR
WASHINGTON
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Simon
left the city for Washington, D.
C, where they will remain for
the summer.

RETURNS
TO CITY
Mrs. William Friedman return-
ed to Miami after visiting in
New York on a combined business
and pleasure trip.
*
LEAVES FOR
NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Warshaw
left for a three week's trip to
New York where they will visit
relatives and friends.

VACATIONS
IN NORTH
Mr. Milton A. Friedman, prom-
inent local attorney, will leave
today by train on a combined
business and pleasure trip. In
Washington, D. C., he will attend
Congress, and visit the B'nai
B'rith and A. Z. A. headquarters.
From Washington he will go to
Camp Cejwin. in Port Jervis, New
York, to attend the international
convention of A. Z. A. While in
the North he will also visit the
World's Fair in New York. Mr.
Friedman is National Deputy of
A. Z. A.
UNVEILING TO
TAKE PLACE
The unveiling of a tombstone
to the memory of Mr. Harvey
Tausoher will take place Sunday
June 18th at 4:00 p. m., at the
Jewish section of the Woodlawn
Park Cemetery with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Attending
will be Mrs. Sophie Lasky and
Mrs. Anna Marks of Washington,
D. C, daughters of the deceased.
All friends are invited to attend.

SOJOURNS
IN NORTH
Dr- and Mrs. Milton Saslaw
have left for an extended trip to
the North. They will remain in
Fayetteville, N. C, where Dr.
Saslaw will serve two week's
duty at Fort Bragg as captain in
the Medical Reserve Corps of the
United States Army. During July
they will visit in Boston, Mass.,
where Dr. Saslaw will take an
intensive course in Cardiology
under the guidance of Dr. Sam
Levine of Harvard University.
They will return to the city in
August.

BRIDGE TO
BE GIVEN
A luncheon bridge and mah
jong party will be held at the
home of Mrs. Benj. H. London,
2840 Fairgreen Drive, Miami
Beach, Tuesday, June 20th at
1:00 p. m., for the benefit of the
Beth Jacob Sisterhood- Mrs.
London will be assisted in the
receiving line by Mesdames A. J.
Tobin, A. Bierow, Samuel Cohen,
D. Becker, J. Wucher, M. S. Ru-
bin, M. Goldstein, L- Green, J.
Wolkowsky, H. Koretsky, D.
Wolf, J. Myers and Miss Leah
Simerick. All members and
friends are cordially invited to
attend.

ANNUAL LUNCHEON
TO BE HELD
The public is cordially invited
to attend the benefit luncheon
sponsored by the Emunah Chap-
ter at the Southern Cafeterias,
356 East Flagler Street, Miami
and 963 Washington Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, Monday June 19th
between 11:00 a. m. and 3:00 p.
m. Tickets are twenty-five cents
and may be purchased from mem-
bers or at the door. In charge
at the Miami branch will be Mrs.
Bernard Simon and the Mi-
ami Beach branch, Mrs. Florence
Backer.
ZIONIST MEETING
HELD
At the last meeting of the
Zionist District, Rabbi Max Sha-
piro and Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man were elected as delegates to
the Zionist Convention to be held
in New York. City- Alternates
chosen were Mr. Sidney Segall
and Mr. Harry Simonhoff.

SHEKEL CAMPAIGN
ENDS
The Shekel Campaign which
ended June 11th was an unusual
success in Greater Miami with
over 1,000 shekel holders regis-
tered in Miami, indicating a
greater interest in Zionist en-
deavors. Anyone who has shekel
pamphlets in their possession are
requested to please return them
to the office of Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, chairman of the campaign
or phone 2-1473.
CARD PARTY
TO BE HELD
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation will hold a Card Party-
Sunday evening, June 18th at
8:00 p. m., at the Y. M. H. A-
I clubrooms, 1567 S. W. Fifth St.,
I Mrs. I. Rosengarten and Mrs. S.
Stone will act as hostess and will
be in charge of arrangements.
Refreshments will be served and
prizes awarded. All members and
friends are cordially invited to
attend.
ENTERTAIN
BOARD MEMBERS
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gross-
man were hosts to the Board of
Directors of the Young Men's
Hebrew Association Monday ev-
ening at their home when the
first meeting of the newly elect-
ed board members was held. Re-
freshments were served. Mr.
Grossman is the executive direc-
tor of the Y. M. H. A.

TO VISIT IN
NEW YORK
Philip Seymour Optner has left
for New York where he will re-
main for the summer visiting
with his sister and brother-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Simpson.

CARD PARTY
HELD J
More than ninety persons were
present at the card party for the
Miami Chapter of the Women's
Division of the American Jewish
Congress which was held at the
home of Mrs. Harry Koretsky,
1552 Collins Avenue, Miami
Beach, June 14th. Mrs. Koretsky
extends her sincere thanks to
her committee for their coopera-
tion. Those assisting were Mes-
dames M. Wucher, Theresa Ar-
nold, J. Myers, A. J. Tobin, S. H.
Lutsky, B. H. London, J. Wolk-
owsky, I. Lefko, B. Wolf and M.
Rubin.

MARRIAGE
TAKES PLACE
The marriage of Miss Louise
Goldstein of Syracuse, N. Y., to
Teddy Goldstein of Miami took
place Monday evening at the Co-
lumbus Hotel with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. A reception
followed the ceremony. After a
honeymoon trip the couple will
return here to reside where Mr.
Goldstein is manage of the Miami
Recreation Center.
CALENDAR OF
EVENTS ANNOUNCED
At the board meeting of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
held Tuesday afternoon at the
home of the president, Mrs. Wil-
liam Clein, dates of affairs for
the coming year were announced.
The calendar of eveffis are:
Card Party, June 18th; Picnic,
August 6th; Card Party, August
27th; Cafeteria Supper, October
15th; Card Party, November 13th;
Latke Party, December 10th;
Package Party, January 21st;
Purim Ball, February 20th; Pu-
rim Dinner, March 18th; Card
Party at Beach, April 4th; and
Card Party, May 1st.

JUNIOR HADASSAH
ELECTS OFFICERS
Miss Jeannette Kronenfeld was
elected president of Junior Ha-
dassah to serve for the coming
year at the meeting of the organ-
ization held last Monday even-
ing. Other officers elected were
Miss Betty Lasky, Miss Trudy
Barfdel and Miss Ruthye Bern-
I stein, vice-presidents; Miss Kita
Pearlman, corresponding secre-
tary; Miss Gertrude Schaff. re-
cording secretary; Miss Rosalyn
Klein, financial secretary; Mrs.
Al Barkowitz, treasurer; Mrs.
William Berson, librarian and
Miss Harriet Damenstein, histor-
ian. The board of directors in-
cludes Miss Faye Engel, Miss
Hana Mack, Mrs. A. E. Frelich,
Mrs. Davis Lackovitz, Mrs. Marx
Feinberg and Mrs. Edward S.
Roth.
New officers will be installed
at a formal banquet Monday ev-
ening, June 26th at Fassa's Res-
taurant, Miami Beach, at 7:30 p
m. Miss Ida Safer is chairman
for the evening and reservations
may be made with her.
Mrs. Irving Querido is retiring
president of the organization.
In view of the American Zion-
ist Convention to be held June
24th through 28th, it is impera-
tive that the Zionist District of
Greater Miami secure a larger
membership. True, there is no
"Social" appeal that can be made
to our co-religionists in order to
get them to join the Zionist
ranks. It is deplorable that in
these critical times organizations
in order to hold their members
intact, must direct their activi-
ties along social lines. Surely,
we have sufficient intelligence to
judge/ the merits and the potency
of worthwhile Jewish organiza-
tions without relying upon "So-
cial Stimulants" for active affil-
iation- What greater purpose for
existence can one find in any or-
ganization than that profound
ideal which is embodied in Zion-
ism, and emphasized in the very
essence of our faith "Vi-Sechez-
enaw Aenaenu Bi-Shoovchaw Li-
Zion Bi-rachamim." "And let
our eyes behold thy return in
mercy to Zion"
Fellow Jews! If you have the
faculty of vision and intelligence,
don't wait to be approached for
membership! We have no organ-
ized unit for membership pur-
poses! Think Zionist- Join!!!
Don't Delay!!! Today!'.!
ZIONIST DISTRICT OF
GREATER MIAMI
VISITS IN MIAMI
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ellison and
daughter, Shera Lee, of Charles-
ton, S. C, are visiting in Miami
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
William Clein.

MOVE INTO
NEW RESIDENCE
Mr. Max Rappaport and family
1 announce that they have moved
I to their new residence at 1931
! Southwest 16th Terrace, Miami,
where they will be glad to greet
all their friends.
TO BE
MARRIED
The marriage of Miss Martha
Spoagelman, daughter of Mrs-
Gussie Spoagelman, to Murray G.
Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor
Cohen, will take place Tuesday.
June 20th at 7:00 p. m., at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L.
W> intraub, sister and brother-in-
law of the groom, 528 West 49th
Court, Miami Beach. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will officiate and Cantor
Louis Hayman will sing the tra-
ditional wedding songs.
Thfl bride will be attended by
her sister, Miss Ann Speagelman,
as maid of honor, and Mrs. Sid-
ney L. Weintraub as matron of
honor. Mr. Eddy Cohen, brother
of the groom, will be best man.
The couple will leave for a short
wedding trip after which they
will return to the city where they
will reside.
WANTED!
The Jewish Welfare Bureau
is in urgent need of furniture
for the furnishing of a home
for an elderly woman. Any
household furniture that can be
spared would be greatly appre-
ciated. Please call THE JEW-
ISH WELFARE BUREAU at
3-2188 and the articles will be
called for.
APPOINTED
TO POSITION
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth
David Congregation has been ap.
pointed to the Council Board of
the Seaboard Zionist region which
includes all Southeastern States

RETURNS HERE
Mr. Abe Berkowitz returned to
the city Wednesday after visiting
in Philadelphia, Baltimore and
New York.
LEAVES FOR
NORTH
Mrs. William El man andI
daughter, Joan, will leave for|
New York, Montreal and Toronto I
June 19th. Mrs. Elman was un.j
animously re-elected tecretan-l
treasurer of the Post OffiMl
Clerk's Auxiliary at Dayton|
Beach June 10th.
REGULAR MEETING
TO BE HELD
The regular meeting of thsl
Beth David Sisterhood will bel
h-Id Wednesday, June 2!-t ;|
2:00 p- m., at the Beth Davidl
Talmud Torah An in: I
program will be presented. .\l
board meeting will bel held ail
10:00 a. m., at the Talmud Torah I
when important business will bel
transacted followed by a lunch-l
eon at 12:00 o'clock. Mrs. Isidorl
Cohen, newly elected pn sident.l
requests all members to attend.l
All committee chairmen will bel
appointed and the calendar for|
the coming year will be i
*
RETURNS TO CITY
Miss Dorothy Lightman, well-l
known for her dramatic readings!
and as a dramatic instructor, dif
rector of the Home Camp, spon-l
sored by the Y. M. H. A, returnl
ed to the city after spending sevJ
eral weeks in the New Ei*gland|
States where she was making
study of the Home Camp- there.|

AUXILIARY
TO MEET
The Ladies Auxiliary "f thel
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrel
gation will hold their regular!
meeting Tuesday evening. Junel
20th at the Synagogue. Commifl
tee chairmen will be appointadl
and other business transacted!
All members are invited to at-l
tend. Other summer meetings]
of the organization will b* held|
July 18th and August 15th-
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JUNE 16, 1969
THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN
PAGE THREE
^jewisKi Fleridii&m
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
P. O. Box 2973
PLANT AND OFFICES
21 S. W. Second Avenue
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
J
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager
hteved as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at
Miami, Florida, under the Act oi March 3, 1879
OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL
FLORIDA CITIES________
SUBSCRIPTION
One year ................................................................................................... $2.00
Six M< nths ............................................................................................ $1.00
SOCIETY
FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1939
VOLUME 12NUMBER 23
Flag Day
Flag Dr,y takes on a particularly pointed meaning in times
like these. In the face of foreign-inspired attacks on demo-
cracy, it reminds us,that all Americans of every creed must
help preserve our traditional American unity by rallying
around the "flag of our Union forever." The Stars and
Stripesbanner of liberty, democracy and justiceis the one
symbol we all have iin common, whether we be Protestant,
Catholic or Jew,whether we be of English, French, Polish,
Irish or Italian descent.
On another page we publish an appeal to promote greater
love for our flag, sponsored by the Jewish War Veterans of
the United States. It says in part:"America wants no blood
purges, no murder cults, no wholesale destruction of race and
religion, Swastika or Hammer and Sickle. both alike are
i blight and a menace to/America. Let's stick to Old Glory!"
Like all veterans' organizations, the Jewish War Veterans
exemplify the contributions'to the progress of this country by
the many groups that make up America. Like other American
groups, the Jews of our country have a proud record of service,
not only in the cultural and industrial growth of America, but
also in the wartime history of the United States in every con-
flict since the days of 1776.
There are some who feel that the war "to make the world
safe for democracy 'was a tragic failure, in view of what has
happened in Europe since the Armistice. They do not realize,
perhaps, that the fight is still going on.not with planes and
grenades, but with other and more subtle weapons. Our own
democracy is being threatened by foreign philosophies striving
to create /notion and unrest in America. The stupidities of
the Nazi Bund take on a sinister ring when they are mouthed
by misguided native 100-percenters. Against them we have
mapy weapons, and of these the most potenH is the sense ot
unity in American people, the kind of unity we showed in 1917.
No agitator can succeed here so long as Amencans.-Jews,
Catholics, and Protestants-can join in the rallying call lor
intelligent patriotism.
These are good things to remember on Flag Day.
RETURNS HOME
Mrs. Sam Cohen left the city
for her home in Hot Springs,
Arkansas, after spending two
months visiting here with her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Blumberg.

BALTIMORE RESIDENT
SUCCUMBS
Mr. Julius Stein, 77, resident
of Baltimore, Md., for more than
fifty years, succumbed to an ill-
ness there. Mr. Stein is the
father of Mrs. Joseph R. Stein
and Henry A. Stein of Miami.
Mrs. Stein returned to the city
Thursday from Baltimore where
she a".tended the funeral.

SPINOZA GROUP
CONTINUES TO MEET
"Spinoza's Influence on the
English Speaking People" will be
the topic of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son's lecture before the Spinoza
Group meeting this Saturday af-
ternoon on the lawn of 10F>9 Col
lins Avenue, Miami Beach. Gen-
eral discussion will follow the.
lecture. All arc welcome
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
ABROADCASTS
We're happy to report that the Germans suffer a lot from
big headaches nowadays. They're exporting all their as-
pirin tablets to foreign countries as the chief item on their
famous barter deals.....\n interesting bit of news is that
the Germans are now engaged in training many thousands of
war dogs, who are expected to help the Red Cross in rescuing
wounded soldiers in the anticipated European conflagaration.
. Former Austrian Chancellor Schuschnigg, still under
protective arrest in a Xa/.i stronghold, has now been reduced
to such a mental state that his chief occupation is playing with
dolls. Yet the Nazis boast of their humanity in not having
had him killed. Don't think that the British let Hitler get
away with canceling Austria's debt to England or even drop-
ping interest pay.....nts. as he tried to do. They have been
collecting everything due them, having threatened that unless
regular interest payments were made they would seize Ger-
maiiv s trade balance in England......
VACATION IN
NORTH
wtih relatives and friends. They
will return to the city in August.

TO TEACH IN
VIRGINIA
Mr. David Kellner left the city
for Portsmouth, Va., where he
will be engaged as a Hebrew inj
structor at the Gomeley Chesed
Mr. Kellner
LOOK AND LISTEN
John Hamilton, chairman of the Republican National
Committee, is highly jittery about the effect which the tying
up of his name with the anti-Semitic campaign of General
Mrs. Sam Tritt and children Moseley may have upon the public mind.....He's sending
will leave June 25th for a trip t<>lout carloads of literature proving that he fought the Ku Klux
1 Klan. urged the Rev. Gerald Winrod's defeat in his Kansas
Senatorial campaign and was shocked by reports of Nazi cruel-
ty in Germany. ... Mr. Hamilton is not an anti-Semite, but
his dislike for Roosevelt is so deep that he has more than once
been indiscreet in his choice of bedfellows. Walter Win-
chell, who has a knack of being penetrating as well as smart,
says that if General Moseley is not a Nazi he is a rat that
doesn't like cheese. Note of warning: There are millions
of loyal Americans of German descent who don't care for Naz-
("ongregation there.
has been visiting in Miami with ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ tendency ^ 80me circles
*J?T*? 1 to discriminate against all people of German descent is begin-
S,,w ring to get their goat, and may drive them to join Nazi groups
in self defense......
BOAT RIDE
TO BE HELD
The Freda Markowitz Post No.
174 of the Jewish War Veterans
will sponsor a boat ride Tuesday
evening. June 20th at 9:00 p. m.
NAZTI NEWS
Tis said that the Nazis, having the fear of God put into
then, by Attorney General Murphy's drive against their spies,
XirI. XTlW .....-e transferred their North American spy headquarters to
f "iiv Yacht Basin Admission <.,,, ,,. IJ. S. border. The \a,l Association to
charged will be fifty cents per rH.uu.ms abroad, of which Ernst Wilhelm Bohle is the head.
person? and tickets may be ob- .^ ^^ sa,isn(,,| wit(l ,). "loyalty and support" it re-
TVr H Tm'o'e'rs0''""" ceives from Nazis in America, and prophesies that they will be
ftj^ ,'l.iy tu,> ......, .....ful in case of emergency. Get ready for sens*
53 i'ional headlines 011 Nazi and Italian military preparations in
South America. That report about an important Nazi air
has,, hi Bolivia, so vehemently denied by the Bolivian Govern-
., is ouiv a tenth of .he full truth--------The reason why
the Hawkers of Father Coughlin's Social Justice are so insis-
tently persistent is that they are permitted to keep whatever
monev they take in.....
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, rfiami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
62D MkhlKUTi Avenue
'Phone 6-13-8
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Tin Mi.tucan Avenue
'Phone 5-201S
* SISTERHOOD BRIDGE
** *
The Sisterhood will hold a
Bridge Harty at the home of its
president. Mrs. B. H. London,
Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 p. "
Members and friends are invited
to attend.
TO BE WED
Mr. William Mechanic and
Hilda H. Marcus will be joined in
marriage at the home of the
Rabbi this Sunday afternoon. We
wish the young couple happiness
and Mazel Tov.
CONGRATULATIONS
...........'
We congratulate Mr. and Mrs.
I) Becker on the marriage ot
their sop, Fred, last Thursday.
May God bless them with long
life and happiness-
TOMBSTONE TO BB
UNVEILED
The unveiling of a tombstone
to the memory of Max BostathaJ
will tak.' place Sunday. June l*h
at 4:30 p "' *> Rbbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Members of
the family extend an invitation
to all their friends to attend.

VISITS IN
NORTH '
Mrs. 11 M. Kagan is visiting
in the North with relatives and
friends. While in the North she
will attend the National Conven-
tion of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
Mizraehi as a delegate of the
Miami District of the Lad.es
Mizraehi.
WANTED!
Will pay WOO each for
POpie8 of The Jewish Flori-
rlian issue of November 1,
1937. Address
CHARLES LUBELSKY
,..,, p. ... Box 2973, Miami.
Florida
REFERRING TO REFUGEES
We wish the Joint Distribution Committee would assign
some good detectives to running down the racket of selling
fake visas and landing permits to German Jewish refugees. .
These racketeers work with the tacit approval of some steam-
ship companies that will go to any lengths to get business-------
During the six years that Hitler has been boss in Germany
4 487 more foreigners have left the United States than entered
this country .... You can believe these figures, because they
come from none other than Boake Carter, who is by no means
a friend of President Roosevelt's humanitananpoUcies. .....
There is no reason for boycotting the Vienna Boys' Choir. .
Father Schmidt, its founder, has been arrested by the Nazis,
and all his belongings have been seized.....
THIS AND THAT
T,nt june 12th Life issue featuring a close-up of Weiz
written by John Gunther will do a lot toward setting
mi,lion8 of Americans straight on the Jewish pioneer work to
pale8tme.....If the relations between the Zionists and the
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PAGE FOUB
THE JEWISH FLOBJPIAN
FRIDAY, JUNP.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1546 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
LADIES AUXILIARY
The next meeting: of the Ladies
Auxiliary will be held Tuesday
night, June 20th at 8:15 in the
main auditorium of the Syna-
gogue. The calendar for the next
year will be presented for ap-
proval and the membership is
urged to attend.
BRIDGE GAME
SCHEDULED

The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Orthodox Congregation will have
a bridge and mah jong game at
the Y. M. H. A. building, Sunday
night, June 18th at 8:00 p. m.
The Mesdames I. Rosengarten
and S. Stone will be hostesses
and will be in charge of arrange-
ments and the awarding of priz-
es. The friends of the Syna-
gogue are most cordially invited
to attend.
CONGREGATIONAL
PICNIC
*
The annual picnic of the Con-
gregation will be held Sunday all
day, July 2nd, on Miami Beach.
Details will be announced in
next week's issue.
CONGREGATIONAL *
BOARD
**
The Board of Directors of the
Congregation will hold a meeting
Tuesday, June 20th, in the vestry
rooms of the Synagogue.
New Rate Schedule
Is Now In Effect
"The new reduction in gas rates
which became effective June 1st.
in the territory served by the
People's Water and Gas Com-
pany here warrants further clar-
ifying as to the benefits to be
Concluding a year of outstand-
ing activity, the local A. Z. A.
Chapter No. 272, entertained with
a banquet and installed new of-
received by various classes of fjcers for the ensuing year in
customers," D. D. Littlefield, gen-i the Roosevelt Hotel Sunday. Var-
eral manager said today. "Tho
the reduction is general and af-
fects a large majority of custo-
mers, some classes receive great-
er benefits for economic reasons
which I will endeavor to explain.
"Before adopting the new sche-
S0CIET1
LEAVE FOR
VACATION
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Waiu.1
man and daughter have |eft { I
an extended trip to Canada Z\
New York where they will visit!
the World's Fair J
LEAVES FOR
BROOKLYN
Mr. George Wolpert, o
Wolpert's Furniture Market, lnc I
accompanied by his dauehter, h\
SOCIETY
LAKE TARLETON CLUB
FEATURES CARRIAGES
AND STAGE COACH
Requested by many of the
Family Jacobs Lake Tarleton
Club in Pike, N. H., guests, new
trails and lanes have been mark-
ed for horses and buggies in ad-
dition to the stable of Col. Harry
Smith's horses which have prov-
en so popular on the 90 miles of
trails about the preserve, during
the past few summers. The trails
of the Appalachian Mountain
Club and the Dartmouth Outing
Club which pass through the
preserve are also open. The
Sweetheart Islands in Lake Tarle-
ton which is the largest in the
preserve, will be the scene of a
gala reunion party during the
opening ceremonies of the Lake
Tarleton Club colony. A garden
fiesta will be held on the estate
of Edwin Bertram Pike who was
the founder of the Club in 1911.
Irving Fields, concert pianist
and his ensemble will be the solo-
ists in the inaugural concert to
be held at the Colonies' club-
house preceding the opening of
the Club.
The new deck terrace just be-
ing completed will be the scene
of a township party for the ben-
efit of the local charities. The
terrace will accommodate 300 and
after the dinner there will be a
various summer theatres in New
York and New England, their
various activities and will take
the listeners back stage into the
ious awards we're made at the
affair.
Norman Moscovitz was instal-
led as the new president. Other
new officers are: Paul Weiss,
vice president; Irvin Ghelerter,
secretary; Herbert Harris, treas-
dule of rates, we spent a great I urer; Joe Falls, sergeant-atarms;
deal of study on our customers', William Katz, assistant sergeant-
accounts and in analyzing our at arms; Joe Mizrachi, chaplain;; dith, will leave today for Brook
costs of serving each class of| and Jack Snyder, reporter. Perry j lyn, N. Y., where he will rental
consumer. Results of our studies Frank is the retiring president.' for two weeks on a business tr'n
were very enlightening. Among The new advisory board at- Miss Judith will spend the u*|
other things, they showed very tending as guests of the Chapter, I mer with her grandmother jn|
definitely that users of gas re-! were Philip Selber, head advisor; Brooklyn,
frigerators could be served more Clarjnc* qhelertdr, Harold Ez-
economically, primarily because Zls Morris Nimowitz;, junior ad-
of the fact that no heavy, spas-, visors, Joseph M. Glickstein,
modic demand is produced by gas Harold Cohn, Nat Shorstein,
refrigerators. Instead, they op-; Morris H. Witten, Dr. Leonard
firunthal, I. M. Lieberman, Rabbi
Israel L. Kaplan, Rabbi Morris
D, Margolis and Jay Markowitz,
former advisor of the Tampa
Chapter.
erate continuously, 24 hours a
day, with a tiny gas flame, thus
furnishing a steady, even load
upon our system. Contrast this
with the gas stove, which creates
a heavy demand for short inter-
vals only two or three times a
day.
Mi. and Mrs. Alexander Spe-
platea using gas continuously, it
is necessary for the customer to
As a consequence, we are pass-
ing these economies in produc-
workings of these hard working Uon and distribution casts on to
summer groups from which have the users of gas refrigerators,' come to the company's office and
come many of Broadway's and, thereby giving them the greatest sign a contract in order to get
Hollywood's foremost actors, reduction in rates. Their savings the 25 to 30 percent saving of-
Miss Cushman directing their will amount to from 9 percent fared by our year-round "D"
[first presentation "The Show to 13 percent, depending upon rate.
Off" will also do the leading part.: the quantity of gas consumed.
vak announce the engagement ofl
their daughter, Clara, to Morris!
Moscovitz, son of Mr. and Mr< I
Joseph Moscovitz. The date ofl
the wedding will be announcedl
soon.
Mrs. David Cowen, chairmani
of the child welfare- division ofl
the local chapter of HaduukJ
announced that Summer bridge I
tournaments and parties begaal
Tuesday afternoon.
Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, in
their efforts to aid all people
who are preparing for Natur-
alization, particularly those
who will be ready for their
second papers at the Novem-
ber examination; are starting
Americanization classes.
All those interested of all
Nationalities, will be taken
care of without charge.
These classes started on
Wednesday, May 31st and will
continue every Wednesday
thereafter,, at the offices of
the Council, room 506 Con-
gress Building, at 8:00 p. m.
Take advantage of this op-
portunity to study for your
examination. Prepare to be-
come useful American Citi-
zens, and thankful for the
fact that we live in this deni-
al
concert and dancing. Mrs. Albert\ OCratio United States of ours.
J. M. Corsere is in charge of
arrangements.
The first of the Friday forums j
in Tarleton Hall conducted by |
professors of Dartmouth College i
will bring to the round-table
group, Professor MacDonald, of
the School of English at Dart-,
mouth. Professor MacDonald has j
chosen as his subject "History j
and its Equations." This will be
Professor MacDonald's first ap-
pearance at the forums which
an beginning their third sum-j
mer.
Miss Nancy Cushman, director]
of the Yankee Troupers which
present Sunday night productions
of Broadway plays in Tarleton
Hall will entertain the guests of
the Club and Cottage Colony
with a talk on "Straw Hat Thea-
tres." The talk will feature the
"Apartment houses purchasing
gas through one meter are ob-
viously served more economically
than a number of individual
apartment meters. The Company
saves on the elimination of fre-
quent "turn ons" and "turn offs"
and in one monthly meter read-
ing and billing instead of mul-
tiple readings and billings. Our
economies in serving this class of
customers permits us to pass on
a substantial saving to them.
"The reduction in rates also
offers a substantial saving to the
year-round customers of the com-
pany, who are using mone than
25,000 cubic feet of gas per
month" Mr. Littlefield explain-
ed further, "the Company has a
large investment in its plant and
distribution system, upon which
taxes, interest and depreciation
are accruing every month in the j
year regardless of whether gas
is being supplied to tourists or
to permanent residents. The por-;
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which must be included in a
monthly bill is considerably less'
for the year-round customer than!
for the seasonal customer. We;
are glad to pass this saving along
to any customer who uses gas,
the year-round, but, as the com-,
pany has no way of knowing in j
advance that a customer content-!
"The reduction in rates offered
to other classes of consumers was
small in amount," said Mr. Lit-
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duced rates 34 percent for do-
mestic customers and more than
50 percent for large commercial
customers during the past seven
years."
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7BIDAY, JUNE 16, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(Miami's pioneer congregation)
135 NORTHWEST
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi-
Office Phone 2-1473
THIRD AVENUE
497 Southwest 18th Road
Home Phone 2-2176
CONGREGATIONAL
NEWS
, *
It is indeed very gratifying to
sec the splendid response of par-
v. ho registered their chil-
dr> for the summer semester at
, :i Talmud Torah. Close to forty
children are attending the daily
Hebrew School and are accom-
plishing a great deal in master-
ing- the elements of the Hebrew
age and faith. We aspire
toward a registration of fifty
n for the summer months!
PARENTS REGISTER YOUR
CHILDREN AT ONCE!
*
PERMANENT CALENDAR *
FOR THE YEAR *
i
Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and
6:30 p. m.
Sabbath Services Saturday
morning at 8:30.
Junior Congregation Services-
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School0:00 a.
m., to 12:00.
PAGE FIVE
B'NAI B'RITH
V
BRIEFS
BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL
Sholem Lodge held a spirited
meeting this past Tuesday night
at the club room of Miami Elks
Lodge. There was a splendid at-
tendance, a large portion of the
membership being present. The
amount of interest shown by the
Brothers at this business meet-
ing has never yet been surpassed.
---------B---------
Many important matters affect-
A Message from the Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Women
The following chairmen were
appointed to act for the ensuing j
year for Miami Section, with a
well formulated program for each
chairmanship:
Executive Director, Service to
foreign Born, Mrs. Selma W.
Baskar.
Children's Aid Fund, Mrs. J.
Gerald Lewis.
Social Emigre, Mrs. Herbert
H. Feibelman.
Naturalization and Americani-
lation, Mrs. Monte Selig, general
chairman; Mrs. Nat L. Williams,
Mr?. Julius Jacobstein, Mrs. Elry
Stone, Miss Dorothy Cone.
Service to Foreign Born, Assis-
tants Miss Mabel Honoroff,
Hist Eugenie Wolff, Miss Alice
Apt".
Parlimentarian, Mrs. Isaac
Levin.
Legislation, Mrs. Anna Mankes
Meyers.
Scholarship ICommittee, Mrs.
Meyer Schwartz, chairman; Mrs-
Abe Rubin, Mrs. Lewis Brown.
Arbitration, Mrs. Ignatz Wobl
Way- and Means, Mrs. Jack
Cohen.
Inunational Relations, Mrs.
Harry Harnhard.
Program, Mrs. Leo Kupper.
Publicity, Mrs. Max Steuer.
Hospitality, Mrs. Lewis Brown,
(kail-man, Mrs. Herman Fischer;
In Samue] Gurss.
Telepl ne, Mrs Maurice Dub-
Itr.
STOP THAT ROOF LEAK!
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_ NO EXTRA COST
B" It it since 1919All Types Roofs
*c Order Too Small or t-arQe
BOBBINS ROOFING and
SHEET METAL WORKS
222 V W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705E
Happy Day, Mrs. Elry Stone.
Bride Ghairman, Mrs. Gus
Feuer.
Resolutions, Mrs. Sidney L.
Weintraub.
Membership, Mrs. Maurice Jac-
obs, Miami Beach; Mrs. Al. Sei-
den, Southwest; Mrs. Monte Se-
lig, Northeast.
Social Committee, Mrs. J. Bar-
bash, Mrs. Sam. Blank.
Junior Sponsor, Mrs. Sadye G.
Rose.
We wish to announce that we
were able at this early date to
complete arrangements with the
Hollywood Beach Hotel, Holly-
wood, Florida, for our annual
Fashion and Floor Show to be
held Wednesday afternoon, De-
cember 27th, with Mrs. Ralph
Neufeld as general chairman.
Luncheon will also be served to
over 500 hundred desiring to at-
tend. Particulars and full com-
mittees will be named early in
the Fall. Other clubs please take
note of date in formulating your
calendars for the year 1939-40.
Miami Section, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women meets be-
ginning the first Wednesday in
October every month. Board
meetings the fourth Wednesday
of the month. Council Forum
will again this coming year have
Mrs. Isidor M. Weinstein as in-
structress in public speaking and
Contemporary Jewish Affairs.
This class is open to the public
and meets every Friday begin-
ning the second Friday in No-
vember through the month of
April from 2:00 p. m. ti 4:30 p. m.
Miami Section and the local
B'nai B'rith Lodge sponsor Eng-
lish classes to foreign born adults
four nights per week: Mondays
and Wednesdays at Beth David
Synagogue with Mrs. Maurice
Grossman as teacher. Tuesdays
and Thursday nights from 8:00
p. m.. to 10:00 p. m. at Beth Jac-
ob Synagogue with Mrs. Isaac
Levin as teacher.
Our Naturalization Department
is open to any person in Greater
Miami who has not as yet become
a Naturalized Citizen of the Unit-
ed States on Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday from 9:00 a.
m. to 4:30 p. m., with the natur-
alization staff on hand these
days to assist you in filling out
these papers, without charge.
On every Wednesday evening at
the Council office, 506 Congress
Building from 8:00 p. m. to 9:00
p. m. Mrs. Isaac Levin is con-
ducting in instruction class for
November 1939 examination for
final Naturalization. Any one
desiring to attend this class may
do so, without charge.

ing the interest and welfare of
the Jewish people were discus-
sed, about which this column
cannot, with propriety, elaborate-
---------B---------
Brother President Pallot and
Brother Vice-President Levin are
to be congratulated on their par-
ticipation in the installation of
Gainesville Lodge. Thanks to
the Brothers for making the trip.
---------B---------
Brother Dr. Frank Coret made
a detailed report concerning the
meeting at Tampa Lodge, which
was recently visited by him as
President of the State Federa-
tion of B'nai B'rith Lodges. The
committee making the trip con-
sisted of Brothers Rabbi Kaplan,
Stanley Myers and Abe Arono-
vitz. The purpose of the meet-
ing was an appeal for funds in
connection with State A. D. work.
Rabbi Kaplan's speech at Tampa
was a summary of conditions of
the Jew in America and in Flor-
ida, particularly. Brother Aro,n-
ovitz. State Chairman of the A.
D. Committee, stressed the im-
portance of the work and the
necessity of financial support to
insure its continuous effective-
ness. Brother Coret emphasized
the idea of insurance for the pro-
tection of American Jews in the
future. Brother Myers made an
inspiring talk which rang with
sincerity in its appeal which
touched the receptive hearts of
our good Tampa Brothers.
---------B---------
And now the scoop of the
monththe result of the State
Federation appeal to Tampa
Lodgethe sum of $1,000.00,
underwritten by Tampa Lodge'
for A. D. activities! Congratula-
tions to you, Tampa Lodge! Alii
Ix>dges throughout Florida should;
be inspired by this expression of:
cooperation and support. It will
unquestionably serve as a shin-j
ing example of wisdom and fore-(
sight which will impel other
Lodges to the same action
---------B---------
Sholem Lodge expresses its
appreciation and confidence in
the true spirit of brotherhood ex-
emplified by Brothers Sam Blank
and Ben Bronston on their recent
speedy trip to New York to pre-
sent plans for the salvation of
our Brothers in distress, the Jew-
ish refugees aboard the German
vesselwith whose plight most
everyone is now familiar. Ac-
cording to Brother Harry Simon-
hoff's A. D. report, these two
good Brothers awakened in our
National Councils of Jewish lea-
dership a realization of the fact
that we down here in Florida are
not unaware of the problems of
the Jew.
-B-
Brother Harry Schaffer, Past
National Commander of the Jew-
ish War Veterans of the United
States, was the guest speaker at
the meeting Tuesday night.
Brother Schaffer's inspiring talk,
sounded as a keynote the import-
ance of membership in strength-
ening the work and activities of
B'nai B'rith. In addition to the
ideals of benevolence, good will
between Jew and Gentile patriot-
ism. Brother Schaffer emphasized
the importance of combating an-
ti-semitic forces in this country.
---------B---------
The membership drive is reviv-
ing itself through further inspir-
ation on the part of Bro. Chair-
man Bandler and his committee.
It was pleasing, indeed, to wit-
ness the cooperation of the many
Brothers present Tuesday night
in their willingness to go out
and work on this drive. A card
index system is being used and
with a survey of the whole Great-
er Miami area, the membership
in Sholem Lodge should more
than double in size.
The following new committees
were appointed:
A meetings committee, com-
posed of Brother Louis Heiman
as Chairman and Brothers Al
Augustine, Harold Spaet, M. G-
Furman and Fred Shochet.
A building committee, compos-
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PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLOEEDIAN
FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1939
Strictly Confidential
(Continued from Page Three)
British Government were not so
strained the King and Queen of
England would have loved to view
the model of the Temple of Sol-
omon on display in the Palestine
Pavilion at the New York World's
Fair. / The British royal fam-
ily, you know, claim descent from
the ancient Hebrew House of
David. Wie've just seen an
envelope, addressed entirely in
Hebrew characters, which reach-
ed its destinationthe Kovalsky
Palestine Shop at the Palestine
Pavilion. You've got to hand
it to Uncle Sam's post office- ..
Best crack of the week is the
following. Former Justice
Louis D. Brandeis' 10-year-old
grandson^ visiting the Palestine
Pavilion with his mother, Susan
Brandeis, stopped in front of the j
display showing the building of j
a colony in one day, dramatized;
by an electric device which flash-:
es the hour of each stage in the'
construction. Open-mouthed, he i
watched, the rapid progress of i
the building, and then, turning
to his mother, said: "Gee, they!
should show that to the WPA',
workers" .... Newspapers tyr
ported this week of the marve-,
lous "awakening" of Rip Van
Winkle from his sleeping place
on Rip's Ledge near the old
"Mountain House" at Haines
Falls, N. Y., to be taken to the
New Ylork World's Fair where
he was greeted by Fair officials
and feted as guest of honor in
"Merrie England Village" and
other spots of interets there. .
But what the papers didn't re-
port is that the "Mountain House" |
is "Andron's Mountain House,"
now the most exclusive Jkosher
resort in the section and that the
current legend of Rip Van Win-
kle in the Catskills is that a mat-
ter of thunder can be heard in
the mountains three times a day.
. It's Rip Van Winkle "dah-
vening." ....
ABOUT PEOPLE
Nora Wain, author of the best-
seller "Reaching for the Stars,"
wrote her book twice, and it is
the second version that you've
been reading. The first, of
which there were only two cop-
ies, was "lost in the mails" when,
after writing the book in Ger-
many, she sent the manuscripts
to her English and American
JEWISH FRATERNITY HOLDS
GRADUATION DANCE
Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Del-
ta, on the campus of the Univer-
sity of Florida, Gainesville, Fla.,
held its annual graduation dance
at the Mahi Shrine Hall Friday-
night. The affair was a huge
success, with close to one hun-
dred high school graduates and
college boys attending.
The dance committee consist-
ing of Maxie Gaynor, Irving Ru-
bin and Stuart Simon were in
charge, assisted by the entire j
chapter. The dance was in honor |
of the high school graduates, and
another one will be held in the
near future.
A series of Smokers and other
formal affairs is being planned
for the summer, details of which
will be announced later.
publishers. So she had to re-
write the book after leaving
Naziland. ... Tip to Jewish or-
ganizations: Why don't you book
Alice Masaryk, daughter of the
founder of the Czech Republic,
who is due in this country any
day now? .... It's because of
Baron Louis Rothschild's love for
an Aryan baroness, whom the
Nazis threaten to hold as a hos-
tage if he tries to recover some
of the $21,000,000 they took from
his family, that he has dissuaded
his relatives from seizing German
assets abroad to compensate
themselves. The wife; of
Chemjo Vinaver, refugee choir
leader, was three weeks ahead of
The Nation when she suggested
that Fritz Kuhn's stock had sunk
so low that the Berlin Nazis
would soon discover that his real
name is Cohen, and would disown
him. Emil Ludwig, who's
already back in Europe, pent
quite some time with President
Roosevelt discussing the Jewish
situation- Busiest man in
America is Dr. Solomon Goldman,
Zionist prexy, who crowds in as
many as fifty appointments in
one day. Best wishes for a
speady recovery to Louis Lipsky,
at this writing in the Bronx Hos-
pital for observation.....Or-
chids to Dr. Herman Schiff, who
recently designed such gorgeous
geographic maps for his Pageant
of States that textile designers
are copying them for dress goods
patterns. .
ANNUAL PICNIC
TO BE HELD
The annual all-day picnic of
the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau will be held
Sunday, June 25th at the Shore-
ham Hotel, 535 Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach. Refreshments will
be served cafeteria style all day.
Mrs. Minnie Engler, general
chairman, is being assisted by
Mesdames Morris Cowen, Hertry
Bulbin, Sadye G. Rose, Edward
Friedman, Maurice Jacobs, D. Ei-
chengreen. Harry Kaufman, Louis
Harts, J. Diener. Meyer Schwartz
Louis Brown, Harry Oliphant,
M. Davis, A. Rubin, H. Homa.
D. B. Berkeley, L. Elkin, Albert
Rosenthal, Jennie Rotfort and
Sidney Palmer. Mr. B. Marcus
is chef and Mr. Harry Kaufman
will be in charge of the drinks
All members and friends are cor-
dially invited to attend.

PHI BETA DELTA WINS
SCHOLARSHIP CUP AGAIN
Recent results of the scholar-
ship standings released from the
office of H. J. Chandler, regis-
trar, at the University of Florida,
for the past semester show that
Phi Beta Delta, Jewish fraternity
on the campus, has won the cup
for the sixth consecutive semes-
ter with an all-time high aver-
age for fraternities of 1.7. By
capturing the scholarship cham-
pionship again, Phi Beta Delta
now has two legs on the new cup
and needs only one more leg to
retire their second scholarship
cup. This makes a total of five
and one-half full years that Phi
Beta Delta has won this honor.
In second place with an aver-
age of 1.3 was Chi Phi, which
was in third place last semester.
Tau Epsilon Phi dropped from
amongst the leaders the past
semester to eighth position with
an average of 1.0, which was be-
low the general student body av-
erage.

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dio in the Galleries of the Miami
Beach Public Library and Art
Centre, 2100 Collins Avenue.
The Gallery authorities have
extended the exhibiting time of
this group to include the 22nd of
June, so that many more visitors
will have an opportunity of see-
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ptDAY, JUNE 16, 1939
THE JEWISH PLORTmAw
PAGE SEVEN
I Pledge Allegiance to the
Flag of the United States of
America and to the Republic
for Which It Stands...One
Nation Indivisible, W
j Liberty and Justice for All
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A Reminder to the Youth
of America on Flag Day!
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OF THE UNITED STATES
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A flag is a symbol. It may stand
for something good. Or it may mean
something wicked and destructive to
all mankind.
Old Glory waves over a land that
represents Freedom and Tolerance.
In vivid contrast to other lands
blighted by hate and despotism.
Americans have more right today
t ban ever to be proud of America. To
uphold ir in p.ce And if the dread
day comes, to fight for it in war.
To the youth of America we say:
Fight for your country in PEACE
by driving its enemies from you. Cherish
the tolerance, the good will, the free-
dom you now enjoy. It's your birthright
os on American.
A beast has no place in your
midst. Especially when he comes
cringing with blood stained hands
to hiss his song of hate. Nazi or
Fascist, he is an avowed enemy
of America. America does not want
him.
Shun the scoundrel who confuses
your thought by preaching hatred
and intolerance under another name.
He calls himself Communist. Call
him by his right name: An Enemy
of America. America does not want
hint.
America wants no blood purges,
no murder cults, no wholesale de-
struction of race and religion. Swas-
tika or Hammer and Sickle both
alike are a blight and a menace to
America.
Lcfs stick to Old Glory!
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Published by the JEWISH WAR VETERANS of the UNITED STATES
^^^^^^ To Premofe Greater Love for Our Hog e5Sfi5^<*>


PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FBIDAY, JUNE 16 1939
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
HOME CAMP
The greatest project ever to
take place in the history of Mi-
ami Jewry is the Home Camp
conceived and inaugurated by
Mr. Maurice Grossman, our exe- i
cutive director. This Camp of-,
fers boys and girls between the
ages of 6 to 14 years an oppor-
tunity to experience some of
the outstanding camping activi-
ties while remaining at home.
The Camp will open on Mon-
day morning, July 3rd, at 9:30
and continue through August 21.
Sessions will start at 9:30 a. m., |
and will conclude at 4:30 p. m.
6 days a week, Monday through
Friday. Parents will bring their
children here and call for them.
A program of diversified activi-
ties will be given the children
under the guidance of Miss Dor- '
othy Lightman, camp directress, I
and a staff of counsellors. The |
children will be divided into
groups of 6. Each group will be
in charge of a counsellor. At
periodic intervals the children
will be taken to the beach or to
the Venetian pools in busesDe-
licious luncheons will be served
daily and milk and fruit punch
will be given at various intervals
throughout ths day.
Here are part of the activities
that will take place: Arts and
Crafts, Athletics, Checkers, Chess
Club, Clubs, Dancing, Diamond
Ball, Dramatics, Games, Hikes
Hobbies, Jewish Folk Lore, Kam-
era Club, Ping Pong, Scrap Book,
Showers of Songs, Story Telling,
Swimming, Volley Ball, Circus,
Camp Fires, Hot Dog Roasts, Pa-
geant and Watermelon Festival.
Each child that joins will re-
ceive a medical examination upon
entrance into the camp. Thru
the courtesy of the WPA we have
secured an instructor in Arts
and Crafts and one in Story Tell-
ing and Music and Appreciation.
These instructors are trained
teachers and the children will
derive great benefit from them.
Playground equipment is now
being built for the "Y" consist-
ing of seesaws, stairway slide,
swings, sand box, trapeze, one-
bar aluminum ring, all steel hor-
izontal bar.
The tuition will be $3.00 per
week for children of non-mem-
bers, and $2.00 per week for chil-
dren of members. It is suggest-
ed that those interested join the
"Y" and take advantage of the
low rate. Enrollment is limited.
Act at once. Simply write or
phone Mr. Grossman at the "Y"
34012.
SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION
On Saturday night, June 17th,
Mr. Nathan Zwitman will address
this Division on high-lights of
Zionism. Mr. Zwitman is one of
the sponsors of Young Judea in
this city, has lived in Palestine,
and is thoroughly familiar with
his subject. All persons interest-
ed are urged to attend.
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Al Berkowitz has called
meeting of his committee at the
"Y" for Monday evening, June
19th at 8:30 p. m.
Al Pallot, President of the "Y"
requests members of the Board
to be present at an informal con-
ference at the "Y" Sun-day morn-
ing, June 18th at 10:00 a. m. The
subject matter to be discussed is
a program of activities for the
summer.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
NEWS AROUND TOWN
The first meeting of the Board
of Directors under the new ad-
ministration was held at the
home of the ex4cutive director
and Mrs. Grossman on Monday
evening, June 12th. A fine at-
mosphere prevailed as all of the
members of the Board showed a
marvelous spirit in "Y" affairs.
After transacting routine busi-
ness, Mr. Alvin Grossman, chair-
man appointed the following com-
mittees:
Stationery: Leon Lieberman,
chairman; Harry Schwartz.
Meeting: Al Berkowitz, Al Pal
lot, Lou Safan, Harry Schwartz.
Dr. Beckman.
Installation: Dr. Rand, chair-
man; Al Berkowitz.
Finance: Herman Waitsman,
chairman; Al Grossman, Dr.
Beckman.
Cultural: Dr. Beckman.
Repair: Leon Lieberman, Harry
Schwartz, Al Berkowitz.
Field: A1 Pallot, Maurice
Grossman.
Athletic: Ralph Grossman.
^
Do You
Own
Your Home?
There naver wai a better time
than now to build one
The Liberal Financing Througn
Federal Housing
Administration
Makes H Possible
Give me a call and I will Kindly
help you to get the best pos-
sible Information as to Its plan.
H. SIMONS
Care Ackerman Ins. Agency
1015 Seybold Bldg.
Phone 2-3151
THE mDn. ^eo^Lda.
JUNIOR DIVISION
At the last meeting of the
Board of Directors, Mr. Gross-
man, the executive director, sub-
mitted to the Board a plan to hold
an oratorical and essay contest
among the members of the Ju-
nior Division. The Board sanc-
tioned and approved Mr. Gross-
man's plans and appropriated a
sum of money for prizes. A
committee of the "Y" and of
prominent men from the Univer-
sity of Miami and from Miami
Senior High School will act as
judges. The subjects of the es-
says will be announced in these
columns next week. Watch for
more details.
JACKSONVILLE'S
LEADING HOTEL
COMFORT MkM.ii
reJU.aUTmHaaMaaa. Ety k*a
with laamprlae- aMm aaa nmtimq
laaip. lunalaf Ice water ea Tfy floor.
roruut-rtKiD
COCKTAIL LOUNGE ond
COFFEE SHOP
Otker J. I. ht Hoi.it
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Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Grossman for entertaining
the new Board of Directors and
officers of the "Y" with a special
potato latke party at their home
last Monday.
Herman Waitsman, 3-year board
member left with his family for
an extended trip to Canada and
then to the World's Fair in New
York, pleasant journey.
As a gesture of goodwill to-
wards the Je-wish War Veterans
much awaited convention starting
August 28th, the "Y" graciously
gave the sum of $100.00.
Hy Schwartz, brother of your
correspondent surprised many of
his friends by his sudden mar-
riage to Miss Marie Mann of
Dallas, Texas, congratulations
folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz
will celebrate their first wedding
anniversary Friday, June 23rd.
Walter Jacobs, ardent "Y"
booster writes in from his pala-
tial summer resort on Lake Tarle-
ton that he wants to offer his
congrats upon the fine set of of-
ficers and board members select-
ed by the members.
We sincerely urge all you folks
who are not members of the "Y"
to jump on the "Y" bandwagon
and become members and help
us to build for a greater Y. M-
H. A. and community center.
Don't forget to enter your hoy
or girl in the "Y" Home Camp
which starts July 3rd. Call Mr.
Grossman for particulars.
137 N. E. J 9th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
MM Indian Creek Drive6-1265 530 N. E. 31st St.2-8548
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning
You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewis Qomm .
nity. o;- y..u- p(:s-onal problems. You "ill be assured lympathet
hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be bald n
strict confidence.
CONGREGATIONAL
*
"Do n:>t withdraw thyself from
the congregation-"Hillel
Flag Day Sabbath will be ob-
served at Temple Israel, 137 N.
E. 19th Street, this Friday even-
ing, at 8:15 p. m Rev. Joseph
Barth of the Unitarian Church,
who has many times spoken on
the meaning of the Flag, will be
our guest speaker.
Th? Jewish War Veterans of
Miami, and the Boy Scouts, Troop
No. 6, will take part in the cere-
monies.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan wil
j the services.
These wil lbe impressive .-er-
vices which every member of the
j Congregation is urged to attend,
I and the public is cordially wel-
come.


RADIO
a*
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will
over WIOD this Sunday after-
noon, on the Jewish Hour, at 3:00
o'clock. His subject will be "Hu-
man Beings." Rosemary Gerson
will offer the musical selections,
with Mrs. Morris Salomon at the
piano.
B'NAI B'RITH TO
HOLD BOAT RIDE
The annual boat rids sponsored
by Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith
wil be held Thursday evening,
June 29th at 8:30 p. m., aboard
the Seven Seas Yacht. In charge
of arrangements are Walter C.
Kovner, chairman, assisted by
Benjamin I.e Vine and J. Aron
Abbott. Tickets are now avail-
able and may be obtained from:
Mr. Le Vine at 510 Congress
Building, Miami.
YOUNG RABBI
37 years old, married, two chil-
dren, well versed in Yiddish
and English; organizer. Won-
derful speaker. Hebrew and
Sunday School teacher; Shoched
for chickens; reader of Torah,
wishes a permanent position in
the South; willing to come for
a trial. Answer THE JEWISH
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