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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1939
Refugees Arrive At
Temporary Haven;
Dominican Republic Offers Home
Antwerp, (WNS)Happy at es-
caping a return to Germany, 907
Jewish emigrants from Germany
d' barked from the St. Louis after
five weeks at sea during which
their hopes turned first to disap-
pointment and then desperation.
Approximately 500 were trans
fi rred to the German steamship
Khakodis which disembarked one
proup at Boulogne, France on
Tuesday and another group at
Southhampton, England on Wed-
nesday. About 194 were shipped
to Rotterdam, the Netherlands,
by Belgium Red Cross tender and
the 250 remaining in Belgium
were sent to the old Marnesse
Castle near Brussels. The Ger-
man liner St. Louis proceeded to
Hamburg completing its five-
week journey. From passengers
,ame praise for the conduct of
the crew and the captain. One
passenger, speaking for a large
croup said, "He was very sympa-
thetic and understanding, and did
everything within his power to
help us and make us comfortable"
The refugees, ranging from chil-
dren in arms to a woman of 80,
included a group of 12 non-Jews,
most of whom are married to
Jew*.
Demanding a Government anti-
Semitic program, the Rexist or-
gan, Le Pays Reel, in Brussels,
opened a violent campaign against
refugees. The Fascist paper ac-
cused Finance Minister Gutt, who
i- said to be of Jewish origin, of
being ehtirly too generoue in
hi> treatment of the refugee sit-
uation.
pital. The duration of the emi-
grant's stay in this country is not
limited, but they will enjoy
scantely any freedom and, will
b? obliged to leave as soon as
possible.
Belgium Increases Refugee
Maintenance Budget
Brussels, (WNS)The 250 ref-
utrw-5 from the liner St. Louis
who are to stay in Belgium were
distributed to several Brussels ho-
tel? pending a wholesale transfer
to the Marnesse estate until they
tre permitted to enter the United
Su:<- under immigration regu-
late ns.
Meanwhile police checked at-
tempts by RexisYs, anti-Semitic
Fasci-t organization to demon-
strate as the liner St. Louis dock-
ed hw Saturday. Handbills dis-
tributed by the Nazi-inspired
National Youth Organization pro-
tested against the hospitality of-
fered the refugees. The handbills
were confiscated and the demon-
strators dispersed.
The budget of the Belgium
Government's participation in the
cost of maintaining refugees was
increased from 360,000 to 6,000,-
000 franc- following introduction
>n the Senate of a bill which pro-
Posed further aid to refugees.
Ikfutfee Groups Arrive in
Holland and England
Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
(WNS)A group of 179 Jewish
refugees from the liner St. Louis,
forming the contingent that will
harbored in the Netherlands
rrived here from Antwerp. They
*"' sent to the quarantine hos-
London, (WNS)Between 200
and 250 refugees of the 907 pas-
sengers debarked at Antwerp ar-
rived here Wednesday and will
be maintained in England by
Jewish organizations until their
re-emigration. Although special
arrangements were being made
in this case, Home Under-Secre-
tary Peske told the House of
Commons that this was not to be
regarded as establishing a prece-
dent. Action of the British Gov-
ernment in accepting a group of
the St. Louis refugees was pre-
cipitated following intercession
by private organizations and the
Intergovernmental Refugee Com-
mittee, supported by Sir Herbert
Emerson, League High Commis-
sioner for Refugees and director
of the Intergovernmental body.
Meanwhile negotiations were
being carried forward by finan-
cial experts on the projected in-
ternational corporation which is
to facilitate emigration of Jews
from the Reich. Although no
definite plan has yet been sug-
gested in the course of intensive
discussions here, members of the
Intergovernmental Refugee Com-
mittee, including Lord Winterton,
chairman of the Committee, Sir
Herbert Emerson, and represen-
tatives of an American group,
met with Dr. Helmuth Wohlthat,
of the Reich Economics Ministry,
who arrived here last week to
continue discussions begun in
Berlin with Robert Pell, vice-di-
rector of the Refugee Committee.
Cuba Continues to Deport
Refugees
Havana, (WNS)-Re I i a b 1 e
sources said that 38 Jewish refu-
gees who arrived on the S. S-
Iberia recently will be deported
by the immigration authorities
on the grounds that their papers
were not acceptable. Pending
settlement of the case and depor-
tation to Germany, the refugees
have been held at the Tiscornia
immigration camp.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
B'nai B'rith Lodge
Sponsors Boat Ride
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will
hold their summer boat ride
Thursday evening, June 29th at
8:30 p. m., on the Seven Seas
Yacht, anchored at Pier 8, at the
City Yacht Basin. Music for
dancing will be furnished and en-
tertainment during the evening
will be presented. Admission
eharged will be fifty cents per
person and tickets may be ob-
tained at the B'nai B'rith office,
510 Congress Building, Miami.
In charge of arrangements are
Walter C Kovner, chairman, as-
sisted by Benjamin Le Vine and
J. Aron Abbott. All members
and friends are cordially invited
to attend.
J. W. V. To Select
Convention Queen
A contest to select a Queen of
the National Military Ball, to be
held during the National Conven-
tion of the Jewish War Veterans
of the United States was an-
nounced today by the 1939 Con-
vention Corporation of the Jew-
ish War Veterans of the United
States.
The contestants sponsored by
the fraternal, business, civic, re-
ligious or military organizations
will be provided with tickets,
each counting for 100 votes, and
entitling the holder of the ticket
to one admission to the National
Military Ball.
Age limit for contestants or
nominees is 14 to 25. The nom-
inee must be single, and a resi-
dent of Florida not less than one
year.
Each Monday votes will be
counted by three impartial judges
and the returns made public. A
weekly prize will be given to the
recipient of the highest amount
of votes.
A ballot box used by the city
for regular elections will be used
to deposit stubs. The ballot box
will be located at the office of
the chairman of the Contest Com-
mittee, 30 Northeast First Street.
The last count will be made
the night of the ball, at 12:00
(Continued on Page Four)
Z. O. A. To Adopt Political
Program at 42nd Convention
Ban Immigration in South
American Country
Guayaquil, Ecuador, (WNS)
The government has ordered its
consuls not to grant any more
visas for immigrants until new
immigration laws have been pas-
sed. This does not apply to pas-
sengers already in transit or to
tourists.
Dominican Republic Repeats
Offer to Accept 100,000
Refugees
Geneva, (WNS)-D. Hartoy,
representing the Dominican Re-
public at the International Labor
Conference, repeated the West
Indian republic's offer to accept
100,000 refugees. (Pending pub-
lication of a report by an ex-
pert's commission which recently
concluded a survey of settlement
possibilities in the Dominican Re-
public, President Roosevelt's Ad-
visory Committee on Refugees
and the Intergovernmental Com-
mittee in London hinted that
colonization possibilities in the
Dominican Republic were very
promising. It is expected that
the report will be published soon
in New York.)
The conference was informed
by the Argentine representative
that his country was interested
in industrial immigration and
not in the nationality, religion or
race of the immigrant.
New York, (WNS)An offer
to accept 75 of the refugees
landed at Antwerp was made by
the government of Luxemberg
and announced here by James N.
Rosenberg, Joseph C. Hyman and
I. Edwin Goldwasser of the Joint
Distribution Committee.
Nazi Violences
Continues in Prague
Prague, (WNS)The Frydek
synagogue, destroyed by fire at
week's-e>nd, brought to site the
number of synagogues destroyed
in the Ostrava district of the
"Protectorate" of Bohemia-Mor-
avia during the past week. Pre-
viously a synagogue at Maerisch-
Ostrau, near the Polish frontier,
was burned to the ground. The
Ostrava National Unity Party
advised its members not to be
provoked as there was a rumor
that Germans were seeking an ex-
cuse to pour troops into the dis-
trict. Similar warnings were
made in Brueen and Budweis,
where the German commissioner
asked the Czechs to cooperate
with him in making life unplea-
sant for the Jews.
The Czech National "Aryan"
Culture League, organized dur-
ing the past week, asked Reichs-
protector Baron von Neurath
and President Emil Hacha to dis-
charge immediately all Jews and
"Jewish friends" from public life.
In Budweis German administra-
tive police directed that Jews,
Freemasons and members of the
Rotary Club be excluded from
Czech community and social
functions.
Meanwhile Nazi-inspired vio-
lence continued to harass the
Jews in various parts of the
country. Near Prague, thirty-
nine persons, mostly Jews, were
injured, seven critically, when a
bomb exploded in a Jewish cafe.
In the Mnichovo Hradister dis-
trict unidentified Czechs destroy-
ed road signposts put up by Ger-
man troops after occupation of
Bohemia and Moravia.
Rabbis Hold
Annual Conference
New York, (WNS)Formation
of a program of political action
against Great Britain's new pol-
icy in Palestine will lead the
agenda of /the forty-second an-
nual convention of the Zionist
Organization of America, which
will be held here from June 25
to 28. Speakers at various ses-
sions of the convention will dis-
cuss the current Jewish refugee
problem and the importance of
Palestine as a country of ingress
for the expelled Jews of Europe.
Preceding by a few weeks the
convocation of the World Zionist
CongresB in Geneva, Switzerland,
and the meeting of the Council
of the League of Nations in the
same city, which is to consider
Britain's policy in the Holy Land,
the convention of the American
Zionist Organization is looked
upon as one of special import-
ance. Spokesmen for the organ-
ization point out that the decis-
ions to be taken by American
Zionists, who constitute the
strongest body in the entire
movement, are bound to exert
considerable influence at the
forthcoming world congress.
Among Zionist leaders in this
country who will participate in
the political discussions are Dr.
Solomon Goldman, President of
the Z. O. A., Rabbi Stephen S.
Wise, Rabbi Israel Goldstein and
Louis Lipsky, American member
of the Executive of the Jewi3b
Agency for Palestine.
Current conditions in Palestine
will be the subject of addressee
by Dr. Werner Senator, non-Zion-
ist member of the executive of
the Jewish Agency, who is com-
ing here from Palestine to ad-
dress the convention and Mrs.
Edward Jacobs, of New York,
also a member of the Executive.
It is expected that upwards of
1,000 delegates will be in atten-
dance.
Washington, (WNS)The an-
nihilationist policy of the Nazis
is not likely to become the norm
fixing the future relationship be-
tween Jews and non-Jews, in the,
opinion of Rabbi Abba Hiller Sil-
ver of Cleveland, who, addressing
the Central Conference of Amer-
ican Rabbis meeting in session
here June 15-18th, expressed con-
fidence that Nazi-ism never will
assume worldwide dimensions.
"Undoubtedly many a Jewish
community will receive hard
hammering. In such communities
the Jews will have to learn how
to live worthy and undefeated
lives, even under the duress of
formidable disabilities. Survey-
ing the world scene, one is ac-
cordingly led to the conclusion
that while there are manifold
threats today to Jewish security,
to Jewish rights, and to Jewish
peace, there is no imminent
threat to Jewish survival."
Rabbi Silver called for the
.lews to defend themselves by an
audacious counter-attack against
reaction by the mighty thunder-
bolts of the free human spirit.
Consistency of White
Paper Is Questioned
Geneva, (WNSPalcor Agen-
cy)That the various provisions
of the White Paper on Palestine
issued by the British Government
on May 17th are consistent with
the terms of the Mandate over
Palestine was the burden of the
two-hour statement in which
British Colonial Secretary Mal-
colmn MacDonald defended the
new policy before the Permanent
Mandates Commission of the
League of Nations.
Point by point the Colonial
Secretary dealt in turn with each
division of the new policy pro-
posed in the White Paper; and
whether he was discussing the
question of Jewish immigration
into Palestine, or of sale of land
by Arabs to Jews, or of the new
constitution, his refrain was al-
ways that in his opinion the
measures proposed harmonized
with the provisions of the Man-
date granted to Great Britain by;
the League of Nations.
He insisted that critics who
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PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1939
LEAVES FOR
NORTH
Mrs. Samuel Tannenbaum and
daughter, Hope Ellen, will leave
Sunday by auto for the North
where they will visit with rela-
tives and friends.

LEAVES FOR
PITTSBURGH
Mr. Harry Schaffer will leave
Jacksonville where he attended
the installation of a Jewish
War Veteran's Post there, by
plane for Pittsburgh where he
will remain for several days, and
then will return to Miami with his
family. Mr. Sehaeffer is imme-
diat? past National Commander
of the Jewish War Veterans and'
is the Executive Director of the
Jewish War Veterans National
Convention to be held in Miami
in August.

NEW VETERANS POST
INSTALLED
A committee from the Freda
Markowitz Post of the Jewish
War Veterans of Miami consist-
ing of Mr- Harry Sehaeffer, Mr.
Nat Roth, Mr. Harry Markowitz,
Mr. J. William Baros and Mr.
Ben Ehrlich installed the Jewish
War Veterans Post No. 201 at
Jacksonville, Florida, Thursday
evening at the George Washing-
ton Hotel. Mr. Sidney Schain
was installed as the Post Com-
mander. Among the speakers
during the evening were the
Mayor of Jacksonville, Depart-
ment Commanders of the Legion
of Foreign Wars, American Le-
gion and the D. A. V.

REGULAR
MEETING HELD
The regular meeting of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
was held Tuesday evening with
Mrs. William Clein presiding.
The next meeting of the organi-
zation will be held July 18th in
the form of an open meeting
when a guest speaker, musical
program will be presented and re-
fresments served- Mrs. George
Chertkof is chairman and an-
nounces that details will be an-
nounced at a later date.
MRS. WILLIAM MECHANIC
Formerly Miss Hilda Q.
Marcus, whose marriage was
an event of last Sunday af-
ternoon at the home of Rab-
bi Moses Mescheloff
SPONSORS
BOAT RIDE
A boat ride aboard the Seven
Seas Yacht, at Pier 8, City Yacht
Basin, will be sponsored by the
Freda Markowitz Post No. 174, of
the Jewish War Veterans Tues-
day evening, June 20th at 9:00
p. m. FKfty cents per person
will be charged and all are urged
to attend. Tickets may be ob-
tained from any member or at
the boat.

TO VISIT
IN NORTH
LEAVES FOR
NORTH
Mrs. F. Simerick and daugh-
ters, Leah and Anna left the
city last week for New Orleans
where they will spend the sum-
mer visiting with Mrs. Simerick's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wash-
astrom. Miss Leah was a teach-
er at the Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion. .'
if l
LUBER'S OSCEOLA
INN OPENS
Luber's Osceola Inn located in
the Blue Ridge Mountains at
Hendersonville, N. C, is open
for the summer under the same
management as Luber's London
Arms Hotel on Miami Beach.
Bathing, fishing, dancing and
rowing are features of the Inn. j bride. Mr. Haber is a son of
American Jewish meals will be1 Mr- and Mrs. Louis Haber of
served. New York.
Mrs. Maurice Grossman and
daughters, Naomi Ruth and Rita
Esther, will leave Sunday morn-
ing by auto for the North where
they will visit relatives and
friends in New Jersey, New York
Boston and Allentown, Pa. They
will return to the city in Sep-
tember.

VISITS
HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Haber,
who were married in New York
on June 10, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Ehrlich, 420 N. W.
S cond Avenue, parents of the
oride. A reception for the visi-
tors was given by Mr. and Mrs-
Khrlieh, at the Coral Gables
Country Club on Monday. The
bride was formerly Miss Ruth
Ehrlich.
The wedding was at the New
York home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Aroivow, uncle and aunt of the
SERVICES
TO BE HELD
Services will be conducted in
honor of the memory of Boris \
Schlachman Olov Hasholem Wed-
nesday morning at 10:00 a. m. in
the Jewish section of Woodlawn
Park Cemetery. Participating in
the services will be the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation,
Congregation Beth Jacob and the
Y. M. H. A.

ANNIVERSARIES
CELEBRATED
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. My-
ers, Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Ros-
enthal and Dr. and Mrs. Max
Pepper spent the week-end at
the Hollywood Beach Hotel. Mr.
and Mrs. Myers were celebrating
their tenth wedding anniversary
and Dr. and Mrs. Pepper their
eighth anniversary.

ELECTED TO
OFFICE
At a recent meeting of the
Miami Dental Society Dr. Albert
E. Rosenthal was elected to serve
as Secretary-Treasurer of that
organization for the ensuing
year.
Miss Jeanette Kronenfeld
Newly elected president of
Junior Iladassah, will lie in-
stalled at a formal banquet
on Monday. June 26th, at
Fassa"s Restaurant.
WALTER C. KOVNER
Chairman of the First An-
nual Summer Boat Ride
sponsored by Sholem Lodge
B'nai B'rith which will be
held Thuifsofey evening,
June 29th.
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ELECTED
TRUSTEE
Mr. Sol S. Goldstrom of Miami
Beach, was just elected Trustee
for three years to the National
Home for Jewish Children, of
Denver, Colorado.
A group of local women recent-
ly organized a chapter of the or-
ganization here.
* *
JUNIOR HADASSAH
TO INSTALL OFFICERS
Junior Hadassah will install its
newly elected officers at a for-
mal banquet Monday evening,
June 26 at Fassa's Restaurant, Beach.
WINS
SCHOLARSHIP
Walter Lear who was graduttJ
ed from the Miami Beach St.nior|
High School in June whera hel
was an honor student, was award [
ed a scholarship to Harvard Uni-I
versity. Walter is the sn ofl
Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Lear of th
Lear School, Miami Beach.
HAROLD SCHOOL
HOLDS GRADUATION
The Harold School, 1717 S. \j
13th Street, held the third grad]
uation exercises recently wit1]
the following receiving diploma-
Arthur Pepper, Marshal lVppr
Helen Ruth Orlin, Emdor. Heri
zog, Larry Laffetry. Earle Ri
fas, Donald Rosenberg, Ma
Frances Heines, Jean Iinnner
Irene Vamsvaks, Peggy Warrfav
er and Carl Marlowe.
Following the exercises, p^
ents and friends were en'.ertainei
by the graduates who gave reci
tations, dances and songs whicl
were learned at the school. Mrs
Sadie Weinberg and Mrs. Ethe
Grossman, directresses of th
school, served refreshment- afte
the program.
CULTURAL MEETING
TO BE HELD
The first of a series of inter!
esting and instructive culturi
meetings sponsored by the Royi
Palm Chapter of A. Z. A.. .Tunio
order of the B'nai B'rith, wil
held Monday evening, June 26t
at 8:00 o'clock at the Beth Jaco
Synagogue, corner of Third stre.
and Washington Avenue, Miam
Miami Beach, at 6:30 p. m.
Miss Jeanette Kronenfeld will
take office as president;' Miss
Betty Lasky, first vice-presicTent;
Miss Ruthye Bernstein, second
vice-president; Miss Trudy Ban-
del, third vice-president; Miss
Rita Pearlman, corresponding
secretary; Miss Gertrude Shaff,
recording secretary; Miss Rosa-
lyn Klein, financial secretary;
Mrs. Al Barkowitz, treasurer;
Miss Harriet Damenstein, Histor-
ian; Mrs. William Berson, libra-
rian; Board of Directors: Mrs.
Marx Feinberg, Mrs. Edward
Roth, Mrs. Davis Lachovitz, Mrs.
A. E. Frelich, Miss Faye Engel
and Miss Hana Mack.
All those (Jesting to attend
are requested to make reserva-
tions with Miss Ida Safer. An
interesting program will be pre-
sented during the evening.
The committee in charge, head
ed by Aleph Godol Jack Rubii
and Aleph Gisbor Irwin Blooffl
berg announces that the fin
speaker in the series will b
Father Sullivan, well known fo
his remarkable endeavors in b
half of the Church and mankin
throughout Greater Miami. I
addition to Father Sullivan, tbi
gathering will be addressed b;
Rabbi Mescheloff of the Syna
gogue, and Mr. Nathan Adelmai
chairman of the A. Z. A. advis
ory board.
Special guests of the Evening
will be the visiting Aleph* ol
the Miami Chapter, who will lat
er cooperate in presenting thesej
cultural affairs. The m-mlxr
ship of Sholem Lodge of B'nai
B'rith has been invited to ..ttend
The meeting will be op>'n to H
public.
SISTERHOOD
HOLDS BRIDGE
A b3autiful luncheon was held
by the Beth Jacob Sisterhood of |
Miami Beach at the home of its
president, Mrs. B. H. London, at j
2840 Fairgreen Drive, last Tues-'
day. Over a hundred women at- j
tended the affair. Bridge, mah |
jong and other games were piny- ]
ed. Prizes and refreshments
were served.
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
caHed for.
A special Purchase! Pure Silk
Sheer Blouses
Two styles, one dainty with lace and fagot-
ing, the other, in more tailored style, with
lace and shirt-waist tucks! White, navy,
copen and chartreuse in
the group. Sizes
32 to 40
2.50
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FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1939
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THE JEWISH FLORDDIAN
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FRIDAY. JUNE 23, 1939 VOLUME 12NUMBER 24.
THE THIRD REICH
In March 1938 war was imminent, and Germany marched
into Austria. In January 1939 Hitler declared before the
leichstag that the Reich 'must export or die." Exports were
not increased but the Reich did not die because the Munich
Pact offered 'appeasement" when the early strains of the
Nazi Swan Song brought with it the fear that the Nazis "last
fling" might thrust the entire world into a horrible conflagara-
tion. Still exports did not increase and Germany's lack of
raw materials became greater until her "drang noch osten"
brought the conquest of Czecho-Slovakia and Memel. But
neither Austria nor the Sudeten territories could contribute
the raw materials indispensible to the welfare of German ar-
mament and the maintenance of civil export industries. The
Tast gold and currency reserves built up by the responsible
democracy of Czecho-Slovakia have been so devitalized that
present supplies of foodstuffs are already nearing exhaustion.
It is believed that the seized currency reserve can cover Ger-
man imports but a few months longer. Altogether, conquest
has brought little more than a huge headache to the Reich.
Once again the threat of war hangs ominously over the world.
There was always the "Jewish problem" by which the
Third Reich could distract its people from their empty stom-
achs But the growing dissatisfaction of Nazi rule now mani-
fests itself at home. Her major hope now lies in the efficiency
erf her propaganda abroad and neither effort uriuntflnjffl
* spared in its proposed execution .... "out of which there
will rise a greater GermanV -to the tune of the Swan Song.
to make this luncheon successful
by the courtesy of the Miami
Home Milk Products Company.
Mrs. Isidor Cohen presided at
the regular meeting of the Sis-
terhood following the luncheon.
A series of social affairs has
been planned for tlu' summer in-
cluding a boat ride, a luncheon
at the Southern Cafeterias with
Mrs, Isidor Cohen as chairman;
and a picnic, Mrs. J. EngKr chair-
man. Mrs. Cohen mad-' the fol-
lowing appointments for chair-
manships: Mrs. Joe Fine, mem-
bi rahip; Mrs. Max Shapiro ami
Mrs. Louis Rothlein, publicity;
Mrs. Louis Gordon, chain fund;
Mrs. Irving Sicgal, program;
Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg, hospi-
tality; Mrs. Molly Apte, Friday
night altar; Mrs. Chas. Goldstein,
happy day fund; Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz,-, parliamentarian; Mrs,
L. .1 Harts, Sabbath services;
Mrs. .1. EnglOr, house chairman;
Mrs. Mike Arnold, visiting; Mrs.
Lewis Brown, birthday party;
Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz, Sunday
School and Mrs. Ben Kandel, tel-
ephone.
ATTENDS
CONVENTION
Ral bi Max Shapiro of Beth
David Congregation left Wedrfes-
evening for New York, where
h will attend the National Zion-
ist Convention to be held Satur
day, Sunday and Monday, as a
delegate from the Miami Zionist
Chapter. He will return to the
city Friday, June 30th.
MARRIAGE TAKES
PLACE
The marriage of Miss Barbara
Louise Cohn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Henry Cohn, to Jack
D. Teitler took place Sunday at
the home of the bride's parents
with Rabbi Max Shapiro offieiat- I
ing. The bride was attended bv i
Miss Beatrice Teitler and Mrs..
Mannie Teitler. Mr. Mannio !
Teitler, brother of th? groom, was
best man. A reception followed
the ceremony.
Mi and Mrs. Teitbr have gone
on a honeymoon trip to New
New York where they Will visit
Mr. Teitle-'s relatives and they
will also go to Hemlersonville,
N. C, before returning here
where they will reside.
Strictly Confidential
socim
Walker. Cynthia Ellicott. John
Hermanson and Judson Biche.
Glimpse, a graduat" of Chicago
\r. Institute, has studied art in
many parts of the world. He
has done the artistic interior
decorations for many modern
Chicago and Miami Beach homes.
The 59 pictures on exhibit
RETURNS
To CITY
Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers
returned Saturday from a honey- ,. vu,w<,(, by the general public school graduates
Yellowstone Park! in tne KalK.rics at the M.anu -
and thi West Coast followingBeach Public Library and Arc
: marriage in New (.(>ntre free of charge. The Li-
\ Mn Meyer- was the for-ibrary and Art Galleries are open
ner Mrs. Anna Brenner Mankes,|from i0:00 a. m. to 9:00 p
prominent attorney. Mr. andevery day except Sundays
Mr- M yen will reside in Miami j Thursdays. On Thursdays
FRATERNITY
SPONSORS SMOKER
Tau Epsilon Phi, fraternity on
the campuses of University of
Florida and University of Miami,
will hold a smoker Wednesday
evening, June 28th at the home
of Mr. Louis H'iman, 1888 S.
W. 12th Street, Miami- All high
ami prospective
college students are cordially in-
vited to attend. Motion pictures
will be shown, entertainment pre-
sented and refreshments served.
m.
and
the
Beach.

EXHIBITION
CONTINUES
The exhibition that opened to-
day in the Galleries, Miami Beach
Public Library and Art Centre,
2100 Collim Avenue, is the work
done by the art student's of the
Technical High School, Miami
and Shirley Glimpse, of Coral
Gables.
The student work of the Tech-
nical High School is colorful in
that many mediums and types of
rt is presented. The following
Mudents of this school are ex-
hibiting their ^ork. Those exhib
"ing are: Denny Cunningham.
vlin Blackwell, Virginia L"
tn*m. James Lynsky, Jimmie
galleries close at 1:00 p. m.
This exhibition is another one
of the unusual art collections ar-
ranged and presented by the
\\P\ Federal Art Project^ of
which Mr. William Wood is Field
Supervisor.
*
SISTERHOOD HOLDS
LUNCHEON
The first in a series of lunch-
eons sponsored by the Beth Dav-
id Sisterhood was held Wednes-
day noon, June 21st at the Beth
David auditorium. The Junch on
committee headed by Mrs.
Isadore Silberstein ass.sted by
M:sdames Mary Silberstcn, Ben
Kandel and Ida Jackson served
mrethan fifty guests The com-
mittee was aided in its efforts
John Steinbeck, whose novel
"Grapes of Wrath" has been sold
to British, Dutch, French, Ital-
ian, Polish, Roumanian and Scan-
dinaviah publishers, has refused
to sell the rights for publication
in Germany.
WANTED!
"Will pay $100 each for
copies of The Jewish Flori-
dian issue of November 19,
1937. Address
CHARLES LUBELSKY
Care P. O. Box 2978, Miami.
Florida
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
HEAR YE
Somebody suggests thai the refugee-filled boats drifting
around the Greek Archipelago should be permitted >" Land
their passengers on some of those uninhabited islands, winch
could be rented from the Greek Government. From these
islands the refugees could then be transferred to Palestine in
easy installments. Though we knew it nil along, it couldn'1
be told until now that the reason why; the St. Louis refugees
weren't permitted to land in Cuba was thai certain Cuban of-
ficials had been overlooked when the bakshees was handed out.
. Did you notice that the White Paper makes no reference
to Arab immigration, legd or illegal, into Palestinel.....
The influx of Arabs into Palestine was terrific during the days
of prosperity .... Perhaps the British Government draws
the conclusion that in an Arab prosperity is not Likely, and
therefore expects no Aral, immigration. Those who ex-
pected Central Smuts of South Africa to issue a strong state-
ment against the While Paper were disappointed- .... The
highlight of Smut's statement was "stick to your course .
BUBBLES FROM THE CAULDRON
The Nazi retaliations against the Czechs because of the
murder of a Nazi policeman, and the expulsion of 4,000 Polish
Jews from Germany, were designed to set the European pot
boiling once more, with a view to further appeasement conces-
sions .... But nobody rose to the bait.....Prophets on
the European situation predict a serious international show-
down around August 1st. Delegates to the WW ZU-
ist Congress please note. Those in the know insist hat
the next world war was postponed when Hitler ^covered that
the Little Maginot Line on the Czechodovakian border which
is an exact replica of the French ^^**!
Germany, outclassed the German Siegfried Line m every re
SDect This was such a shock to the German General
Staff'that they decided to perfect the "^J^~
embarking on any military campaign. ** .*% "
are told is Low the rumor started that the Siegfried Line had
been Laged.....While London is still vacillating: about
the French-British-Soviet pact, Germany s penetration of Rou
mania goes on unabated.....
THE PALESTINE FRONT
That interview with the Shah of Iran. SO unfavorable^.
Zionism, which recently was published in the London sn. >
Dfcpatch, was enthusiastically greeted by the Paestine Arab
preRS No one, however, bothered to mention the fact that
the interview was given thirteen years ago. Michel
(.|;,rU vounK correspondent of the London Sunday Chronicle,
who was killed in Palestine a couple of woks ago, had been J
house-guest at the Weizmann home in Beheboth. He had
alwavs roamed around the countryside unmolested on his ,.,o-
torcvcle-until the Arab terrorists found out about his^fnend-
ship'with the Weizmanns. Latest piano prodigy o! Pales-
ine i9 fifteen-year-old Rina Maariv.....She's a product o
;;: ;a,SIil, l**, **. *** **? t w,n
,,, a Bensation on the concert stage in other countries too.
1,H, time it seems to us. for the Jewish mov.e houses m
I ma" seem Nazi screen products are still par, of the regular
, Tel Av.v. ..erusale.....d 1 laifa. ... And what f-m
in at Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.....
EDDIE TALKS
Did vou observe that the powerful blast Eddie Cantor de-
v Hat the World's Fair last week against un-American
------His senous t ble he had getting into the
fine Cantoresque, gag. **, guests of hon0r at HadaV
Fair, where he and his wile were in g t
8ah Day at the ^J^.j^^JSL you try Z
world of tomorrow, he cracKea,
(Continued on Page Six)


PAGE FOUR
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JUNE 23,



MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1646 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
Consistency of White! J. W. V. To Select
ANNUAL PICNIC
'' their sponsor, Mrs. George Chert-
kof. Miss Charlotte Blumberg
was elected president.
CONGRATULATIONS
The annual Congregational pic-
nic will take place on Sunday July
2nd at Hardy's Casino, Ocean
Drive and First Street, Miami
Beach. As in the past this will I The Congregations and Ladies
h a wide | Auxiliary extend their sincere
Maze] Tov greetings to Mr. and
selection of most delicious meals
under expert supervision and stew-
ardship. As the entire income
will be devoted to the Talmud
Torah Fund we respectfully soli-
cit the help and support of our
many friends.
Paper Is Questioned
(Continued from Pag declared that the immigration re-
strictions imposed a minority
status on the Jews were reading
into the document something that
definitely, in his view, was not
there. Nor had the Government
said that after five years there
would be no more immigration; it
had merely said endeavor must
be made to secure Arab approval.
Jewish Agency Denies White
Paper Consistent With
Mandate
Geneva, (WNSPalcor Agen-
cy)Categorical denial that the
Convention Queen
(Continued from Page One)
o'clock sharp, up to which time
the sponsors and contestants will
be permitted to sell tickets to Z^^i^^STZ
^..^..^rrS -ent of August f8. p, !
JACKSONVILLE
Mrs. Paul Dvoskin announce,
the engagement of her daughter
Dorothy, to William Li,' ..an
son of Mrs. Louis Lioberman of
Promptly at 12:00 o'clock the bal- ^ ^"InZuZTZu" PUm
lot boxes will be closed and the ____nltr-
count will begin, upon completion j Mi M v,
u- u iL +kB M|SS Malvina Klepper
of which the recipient of the' T, ,,__
, ... |0red Thursday evening wit) a A
largest amount of votes will be ...... ,. a
, .. ligntful Iine/n shower given h
announced and crowned as the.,.. _, >\
. ,, r i unu i Miss Anne Freidlin, at th,. n,M..
Queen of the National Military;, ... "tj
house. Miss Klepper : (.
Ball. The Queen will be coron-
ated by ranking military, state
and local officials. She will par-
ticipate in the Grai*d Parade
through downtown Miami. The
HABANOTH

The Debs
The Habano:h Debs will have
an outing and social meeting
Tuesday June 27th. The group
will gather in the home of Mrs.
Xellner and will thence proceed
to the Banyan Grove in Perrine.
The meeting will start promptly
at 2:00 p. m.
Girls of the Blue and White
The Habanoth Girls of the
Blue and White take this means
of extending their best wishes to
their sponsor upon her trip up
North for the summer. We wish
Mrs. Tannenbaum a pleasant trip
a delightful sojourn and a safe
return.
The Buds
The Habanoth Buds had elec
tion under the supervision of
Mrs. Joseph Brenner upon the
engagement of their son. May
the Good Lord grant them many
years of happiness and Nachas
from this and other children.
*>*
JEWISH RADIO HOUR *

The weekly Jewish Radio Hour
conducted by the Rabbinical As-
sociation will be in charge of
Rabbi Kellner this Sunday at
3:00 P. M., over Station WIOD.
Rabbi Kellner will speak on
"From Rome to Jerusalem."
policy of the Chamberlain White* two contestants receiving the
Paper is in any way consistent! n(?xt highest votes will act as a
with the Mandate for Palestine,] Court of Honor to the Queen at
as claimed by British Colonial ; the Ball and in the parade. Lo-
1N MEMORIAM
Tuesday evening, and Wednes-
day, the 11th day of Tammuz
will be the second anniversary of
the death of the late Boris
Schlachman Olov Hasholem. The
Yahrzeit will be observed in our
Synagogue and a group of men
together with representatives of 3:00 P- m-> the Spinoza Group
the Y. M. H. A., and Congrega- wil1 meet as usual on the lawn.
Secretary Malcolm MacDonald in
his defense of the new British
policy before the Permanent Man
dotes Commission, was voiced in
a statement issued by the Gen-
eva Office of the Jewish Agency
for Palestine.
Pointing out that the Royal
Commission had definitely stated
that "the primary .purpose of
the Mandat? as expressed in its
Preamble and Articles is the es-
tablishment of the Jewish Nation-
al Home," the Jewish Agency
points out that "a National Home
condemned by artificial restric-
tions and forced to assume a per-
manent minority status cannot
be regarded as a National
Home."
oza Group last Saturday after-
noon. The discussion after the
lecture was participated in by all.
Next Saturday aifternoon, at
come the bride of Louis Bue-
holtz at 3:00 o'clock on S
June 25 in the Temple H
Guests present were Mm Sam
Klepper, mother of th.
b->, Mrs. Schemer, Mrs. Max Mir-
kis, Mrs. Morris Maid, m,,
Sam Davis, Mrs. Sam II
Mrs. Joe Geller, Mrs. Da\ T:rn
Mrs. C. Kirby, Mrs.
Shnmmoo, Mrs. lioyer i
Three prizes will be given to Mrs sid Segal> Mrs Bw
the winners, the first prize being ak Mrs A Wej, Mw
a trip to Cuba or the World's Bartleyf Mrs. Joe Bai,
Fair; the second prize, a large N Frcid,in> Mrs Sam
place of airplane luggage; and Anna Davis Annetu. M
cal, state and national publicity
will be given to the winners.
ther Blattner. Raye Coher
Saltz and Josephine Safi
the third prize, an outfit of wear-
ing apparel and shoes. Colonel
Sid H. Palmer, chairman, and
Harry Markowitz, National Reg E. First Street, or from ;
ional representative of the Jewish, dents or secretaries of all n
War Veterans, co-chairman, are' zations and groups.
in charge of the contest. Below is a sample of the N'om-
It is expected that ev| ination Blank. Watch this
ery organization in Miami will for weekly detailed inf..
nominate a prospective Queen, on the progress of the
Nomination blanks may be ob- for the Queen of the N
tained from Col. Palmer, 30 N.' Military Ball.
tion Beth Jacob will attend brief
Memorial services at the grave
Wednesday morning at 10:00
o'clock.
SOCIETY
LAKE TARLETON PRESENTS
DIVIRTISEMENTS
Mr. Don Richards, noted bari-
tone and concert artist has beon
engaged for the summer as musi-
cal host at th? Lake Tarleton
Hub in New Hampshire. Mr.
Richards has just returned from
a spring series of opera with the
St. Louis Grand Opera Company
where he scored a sensational
success in his first performances
since returning from Italy where
he sang with Ceaser Rocchinni
at Milan Opera. He has also
studied with Mr. Eddie Miller in
New York City. He comes to
Tarleton with a diversified re-
petoire of classical and operatic
characterizations.
Proudly the Lake Tarleton
Club will present Mr. Irv-
ing Fields and his piano and his
music for the summer. Mr. Fields,
a prodigy, who has played many
concert tours retired from the
field to study harmony and com-
position. His recently organized
group has just concluded an en-
gagement in the Cocoanut Grove
at the Park Central Hotel and
before that a cross country series
of presentations which brougnt
him to California. Mr. Fields'
orchestra features several com-
binations of music varying from
trios and quartettes to complete
orchestrations for modern inter-
pretations of the classics.
The Yankee Troupers, the the-
atrical group at the Lake Tarle-
ton Club, enters its third season
starting Sunday evening, July 2,
with a presentation of Gregory
Kelly's "the show-off" featuring
Miss Nancy Cushman, Albert
Whitely and Charley Jobes. Miss
Cushman has directed the play
and settings are by Joan Carra-
dine.
The following week, starting
Sunday night, the Troupers will
present "Yes My Darling Daugh-
ter," starring Nancy Cushman.
Albert Follette and Buddy New-
man, who makes his first ap-
pearance with the Troupers after
years of success in the Nether-
lands. Jack Golbert will direct
"Yes My Darling Daughter."

GROUP STUDY
SPINOZA
"There is something very mov-
ing in Heinrjch Heine's adora-
tion of Spinoza" Dr." Wolfson
told the gathering of the Spir.-
at 1059 Collins Avenue, Miami
Beach. Dr. Wolfson's topic will
be: "Why Spinozas Great Influ-
ence." General open forum dis-
cussion will follow the lecture.
All are welcome. There is no
charge.

LEAVE FOR
NEW YORK
Mr. and Mrs. David Gross will
leave the city June 20th aboard
the S. S. Shawnee for New York
where they will spend a brief
vacation.
DANCE TO
BE HELD
The Beth David Sisterhood will
sponsor a dance Sunday evening,
July 2nd at the Cara Villa Club,
one block south of the Ice Palace,
for the benefit of the Building
Fund. In charge of arrange-
ments are Miss Doris Cromer and
Dr. Harold Rand, co-chairmen.
Music will be furnished for danc-
ing and a program of entertain-
ment will be presented. Admis ,
sion charge will be one dollar per'
couple. Members and friends are
urged to attend as the proceeds
will go towards a worthy cause.
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FBIDAI
JUNE 23, 1939
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
AGE FIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi 4!I7 Southwest lhth Road
Office Phone- M4TI Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR
FOR THE YEAR

Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and
I 5:30 p. m.
Sabbath Services Saturday
morning at 8:80.
Junior Congregation Services
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School9:00 a.
m., to 12:00.
SOCIETY
sister. Miss Ann- Spiegelman of
Hartford, Conn., as maid of hon-
or; Mrs. Weintraub was matron
of honor and Bobby Spiegelman,
m'phew of the bride, was ring
bearer. Mr Eddie Cohen, broth-
er of the groom was best man.
The couple left for a honeymoon
trip to North Carolina and on
MOSES MESChELOFF. Rabbi
111'*) Ml 'Ml '> ii \ vt-nut
'Phone 6-1328
B'NAI B'RITH
T
BRIEFS
In our previous column we
stated that Sholem Lodge had be-
gun a concentrated membership
drive. With recent events af-
fecting the Jewish people, there
should b.1 added impetus for
membership activity. To increase
the number of lodge members isj evening and at 8:30 Saturday
to strengthen and enlarge the morning. Rabbi Moscneloff
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
"Phone 5-2UU
** Spjre our members to even more
DAILY SERVICES and greater activity. We thank
** *,n-' many friends who helped to
. ,. make the affair so outstanding'.
Synagogue services are held
each morning at 8:00 a. m. each 4< ,,,..,**
evening at 6:45 p. m. for Mincha
and 7:20 for Maariv. Sabbath
services are held at 6:30 Friday e
BOY SCOUTS
prestige and influence of B'nai
B'rith. We must unite in a com-
mon effort to recapture those
.((wish BOUla who have strayed
from the fold of Judaism. Ouri ** ****
problems, numerous they are, in- / BIBLE STUDY COURSE
deed, would come closer to the'
point of solution, should We en-
deavor to repair the "damage"
and cure the "sore spots" from
within, rather than to proceed
from without.
Our Boy Scout Troop meets
speaks on the "Portion of the! regularly every Tuesday evening.
Week" each Sabbath afternoon Young recruits are welcome
at the Shalosh S'oodoss.
-B-
Your writer is here reminded
The weekly, Wednesday night
lectures on the Bible by Rabbi
Mescheloff are received with
great enthusiasm. The course is
given from 8:00 to 9:00 and is
open to all adults. During the
past two weekes our Rabbi analy-
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
We are proud of our excep-
tionally large attendance of chil-
dren in our school '.his summer.
A number of new pupils have
been registered within' the past
few weeks. We are eager to en-
roll another dozen into our clas-
dVIC LEAGUE SPONSORS
U.I STAR SHOW
The All-Star Vaudeville Show | return here will reside a.
sponsored by the Civic "8fl S. W. 21st Terrace.
IB of Miami Beach at Flam-
ingc Park. Miami Beach, Tuesday
evening, July 4th, will feature
Bight club and entertainment tal- j
ent from the entire Greater Mi- j
mi
Dan Fitch and Sid "White are in
charge of the entertainment fea-
tures and will present a three
hour show. Rev. Richard Evans,
Past National Chaplain of the
Fcrtyand Eight, will be the guest
-peaker.
Admission charged will be for-
ty cents per person and tickets! mm, un up e-...^........- -
may be obtained at the commit- All those interested of all speak the truth out of the heart
tee headquarters at 757 Washing-' Nationalities, will be taken of Israel, because I know."
on Avenue, Miami Beach. TheL,are 0f without charge,
public is urged to attend. 4__,i
All proceeds of the show will' I "*' elssSBS started 0
bi donated to the fund to assist Wednesday, May 31st and will
coming Jewish War Veterans
Miami Section, National
area. Chester Alexander, | Council of Jewish Women, in
their efforts to aid all people
who are preparing for Natur-
alization, particularly those
who will he ready for their
second papers at the Novem-
ber examination; are starting
Americanization classes.
Your writer i ses. Registration: any morning
* u v j .u .u zed various theories of civiliza- lO-SO
of a conversation he had the oth- i ,l- nom u t0 "-lu-
. .. i tion. and noted then evolution ...... _,.. _m
ot a conversation ne nau tne om- ,l,.lllti-
,, tion, and noted their evolution
er day with one of our fellow i .
* and failure through the ages.
Israelites and is prompted to .. t
. I 'A New Civilization will be next
briefly refer to it- In reference
,, ; week's theme,
to Jewish self-defense he said, in
effect: "We had better not talk *...........
about this. It won't help. Let's SISTERHOOD
be silent. It isn't safe or pru- LUNCHEON
dent or wise to talk about per- .,,...,, *
Well over a hundred women
secution." This is the attitude of,
" -' .. .I ..n,. VtnlH at tnt* nnmp OT ____i_ it.. .....-;,.,., .*# vOavnlAI*
Examinations will be held next
Monday in all classes by our
Rabbi. These examinations giv-
en every three weeks during the
summer give our children the
opportunity to cover extra work
and so to advance a complete
semester during the summer
month.
PARENTS: Your child regis-
and party held at the home of gra(ie at the opening of regular
our Sisterhood president, Mrs. B. scnoo] sessions. Why not give
H. London, last Tuesday. Lunch- your (.ml(j tne chance to advance
, eon was served in the garden. in jewish knowledge quickly and
and protest the whole world will Various games were played and j easily durin(? these summer
say:-'The Jews evidently regard Pes awarded. mornings? Enroll your child
On the arrangements commit- ( next Monday morning. Fees are
tee were Mesdames A. Berow, J. nomjnai. Those unable to pay
Wucher, R. Cortland, I. Kalstein, at aii are weiCOme too!
J. Green, Leo Myer, Max Gold-
can be found in the utterance of
Dr. Stephen S. Wise in his "Ar-
ticles of Faith": "Well, I men
and women, if we don't rise up
oppression and persecution as
i just and right or they would, as
' men, rise up against it' And I
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We call your attention to the
next big social function sponsor-
stein, J. Miller, M. S. Rubin, D.
Becker, M. Saal, H. Koretsky and
Mrs. J. Wolkowsky. Mrs. Lon-
don wishes to thank especially
for their tireless assistance in
held
National Convention to be
August of this year.
The Civic League is lead by
rry Zukernick, president; Dr.
ard Roth, chairman of the
d of Directors, and Jacob
h, secretary- Carl Gardner inatiolli prepare to be-
Benjwnin Cohen co-cha.r- ...........
LSI ana wu. next big MClal function sponsor-. ,uncheon Medames Berow,
continue every Wednesday i ed by Sholem Lodgethe boat! Wucher Green and J. Myers.
thereafter at the offices of ride- Don't forget. It's aboard Th jffnjr ^ hoth ,ovely
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gress Building, at 8:00 ]> m-
The affair was both lovely and
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Take advantage of this op-
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night. Thursday, June 29th, 8:30
p. m. Reservations limited.
PERFORMED
The marriage of Miss Martha
:ian, daughter of Mrs.
Max Spiegelman) and Murray G.
of Mr. and Mrs. Isi-
en, took place Tuesday
the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Sydney I> Weintraub, sister
and Mther-in-law of the groom
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing.
TV bride was given in mar-
riage by her brother, Nathan H.
Spicfr.-'lman, and attended by i er
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1939
i

I

Strictly Confidential
(Continued from Page Three)
pet in today, you're lucky if you
get in tomorrow". .. Even tho
Eddie tried to explain to the
guard that he had to get in to
the Fair to make a speech Mr.
Whalen's minion wouldn't let him
in. insisting that Cantor needed
a special passwhich he didn't
have. Finally Eddfle's pfr-
sistence made him ask: "Who are
you, anyway?" "I'm Eddie Can-
tor," was the reply, and as fur-
ther identification the comedian
rolled his eyes in his characteris-
tic fashion. But all this elic-
ited was a sympathetic comment
from the guard: "If you feel sick,
you'd better sit down for a while"
. Eddie finally did get in, and
had lunch with 250 women at the
Cafe Tel Aviv, where he was giv-
en a special cake bearing a mod-
el of the Palestine Pavilion in
white icing, yum-yum. This'
was in honor of his and Ida's sil-
ver wedding, concerning which
Eddie said: "For twenty-five
years I've been a husband to Ida,
but I never thought she was a
real wife to me until three years
ago, when she became interested
in the Youth Aliyah. When
you're married to some one you
txpect her to be interested in
yourself and your family, all five
of 'em, but she takes on stature
when she becomes interested in
things outside of the family" ..
And this was no gag, either. .,
Incidentally, the reason why Ed-:
die's entertainment at the White
House reception for the British
King and Queen was cancelled
was that he insisted on mention-
ioning the closed gates of Pal-
estine during his funny monolo-
gueand of course that wouldn't
do. .
THIS AND THAT
The Rev. William C Kernan of
the Bayonne. N. J., Episcopalian
Church is carrying on a one-man
campaign against Coughlinism
and other subversive anti-Semi-
tic movements in America. ,
He is becoming one of the coun-
try'* most prominent radio speak-
ers, and has been drawing large
audiences for his addresses in
Detroit, Philadelphia, New York,
Chicago and Boston. The re-
yised Nazi list of Americans
scheduled for concentration camp
when Hitler "takes over" the
Vnited States includes, in the
METROPOLITAN
MASQUE
BEHIND THE FOOTLIGHTS
AND ON THE AIR
By (Earl Foreman)
order given: Mayor La Guardia
of New York, Walter Wir.chell,
Dorothy Thompson, Secretary
Harold Ickes andbelieve it or
notFritz Kuhn, who knows too
much. The Nazi press insists
that the most ecstatic accounts of
the British royal couple'3 visit
to this country w2re written by
Jewish newspaper men. Win-
chell comments that he didn't
know that the Herald-Tribune';
Joe Driscoll's r?al name was
Driscolsky. The Nazis, by the
way, are so afraid of freedom
that all members of the crew*, That Edd,e G R.nson w'" *
of German ships entering Amer-I back t0 clean UP in "Bi* Town,
ican ports, including the hig). of-' >'0UJ- loudspeakers next fall.
ficers, are pledged not to read Benny Goodman s brother, Irving.
.my American papers while on is '""in* Benny's band to join
another swing outfit. A weal-
thy Texan is backing the Inter-
national Casino at $4,500 per
WE HEAR FROM THE MOB

our shores. .
ABOUT PEOPLE
day nick in his bankroll, as ru-
Hollywood, which specializes in mored here. But it's worth it
| everything, has profess i o n a 1 to see Milt Berle and Harry
; screamers, used in those blood-, Richman perform there. Max-
[ curdling mystery thrillers. >e Baer will make a movie short-
The most sought after of these >>" he departed for the coast
screamers is Sarah S^hwaitz, yesterday. A lot of that coin
who discovered her talent when he garnered in the Nova fight
she was actually trapped in a fire I went into a trust fund for his
at Universal studios. The last
of the great German actors, who
until recently managed to sthy
in Germany, is cnroute to Ame--
ica now. ... He is Albert Bas-
serman, an Aryan, and one of
Reirchardt's stars. Max Rein-
hardt's services, by the way, are
badly needed by Elizabeth Berg-
ner, who was directed to out-
standing success by him, but
whose latest film is a flop.
Congratulations to Pearl Levison
on her marriage to Ephriam Lon-
don. Pearl, in case you've
forgotten, won that $1,000 award
for the best World's Fair poem.
. And Mazel-Tov to Professor
Jekuthiel Ginsburg, editor of
Scripta Mathematica, Yeshiva
College journal, for the latest of
the Scripta series of mathemati
baby. Al Jolson and Eddie
Cantor are in adjoining suites at
the Sherry-Nethirlands here. .
They may do a Broadway musi-
cal together this fall.
GRIM JEST
Jackie Osterman, passed away
in Atlantic City. He was a
great comic. His name didn't
burn as brightly along the hori-
zon of fame as did those of Jol-
son, Jessel and Cantor, but nev-
ertheless he had that spark of
talent that generated laughter
every time he wanted to do so
by his inane chatter and manner-
ism. The main reason that
success never overtook him was
because of his pleasure in drink-
_i ,., ..., mg to excess. Liquor consumed
cal monographs. It's entitled .-,.,.
too much of his time and money
"Fabre and Mathematics" and is j
by Profesor Lao Genevra Simons
of Hunter College Meyer Ber-
ger, World's Fair columnist of
th3 New York Times, who looks
like a Yeshiva Bochur, staTted
out in life as a professional box-
er. It's symptomatic of the
and subsequently his life. We
saw him just before he left on
his last trip to the Jersey resort.
Someone had ironically mention-
Simon Hevesi, Chief Rabbi of
Hungary, received the honorary
annealing qualities of adversity j deKree of Doctor of Hebrew Let
that representatives of such op-. ters at the Commencnient Ex-
posed forces in Jewish life a daeB of the Jewish Theolo|fical
Rabbis David Philipson and Sam-, Seminary of America on June 4.
uel Schulman, long foes of Zion-1
ism, were seen hobnobbing with -------------------------
Isaac Carmel, Zionist and direc- ( ference. Inspired by the suc-
tor of organization of the Amer- [ cess of the Hot and Swing ver-
ican Jewish Congress, at Wash-
ington recently, where the Rabbis
were attending their annual con-
sions of "The Mikado," Irving
Cahn is now busy writing a "Hot
Hamlet" ....
ed that reports were then being
circulated of Osterman's death by
suicide. "Yeah," he comment-
ed grimly, "they're probably -,v.
ing that I drowned myself in
liquor."

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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
FOOTNOTES TO
HISTORY
IT HAPPENED TO THE
JEWS
(By Rabbi Mordecai L. Brill)
The last of the first half millon to view the Jewish
Palestine Pavilion at the New York World's Fair was
Miss Elaine Slutsky, here shown being greeted by
Meyer W. Weisgal, director of the Pavilion, while
Jack Muentz, official tabulator, who clocked Miss
Slutsky at 2:00 o'clock Sunday afternoon, June 18th,
stands in the background. The Pavilion, which has
been drawing an average of 100,000 visitors weekly,
has become a favorite rendezvous of Jewish groups,
who meet at the Pavilion for inspection of its exhibits
and luncheon or dinner at its picturesque Cafe Tel
Aviv.
Jewish News From
Around the World .
? ? *
Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agen-
cy)A total of 7,850 Jews will
be allowed to immigrate into Pal-
atine, during the five-month per-
iod beginning with May 1, 19S9,
and ending with September 30,
1939, according to a new immi-
gration schedule published in the
official Palestine Government
Gazette.
Of this number 4,205 will be
eel apart from the quota of
Unary immigrants, as the first
llment of the 25.000 visas for
stine that were promised by
In the year 1656 the Jews of
Leghorn (Italy) gave ona-fourth
of their income to aid and help
ransom Jewish refugees coming
from Poland.
XXX
Whenever money was needed
for charity the Jewish communi-
ties of Northern Africa relied
on the custom of selling the Torah
scroll to the highest bidder who
was expected to donate the scroll
back to the synagogue. The buy-
er was content with the honor pf
having been the one-time owner
of the scroll.
X X x
In order to help their fellow
Jews at the time of the expulsion
from Spain, the Jews of Corfu
and Candai sold the gold from
their synagogue ornaments.
XXX
For failure to attend the Sab-
bath service, the community of
Avignon imposed a fine upon its
Mr. Benjamin Cohen, co-chairmen of the gala All-Star
Show sponsored by the Civic League of Miami Beach
which will be held July 4th, for the benefit of the Jew-
ish War Veterans National Convention to be held here
in August and Mr. Harry Zukernick, newly installed
President of the Civic League are pictured above.
the organization are to "arouse
devotion to the true spirit of the
as the bulwark of Democracy; to
Constitution of the United States
uphold Democracy against Nazi,
Fascist, Communist and all other
subversive movements in Amer-
ica; to develop loyalty to Demo-
cracy by safe-guarding freedom
of speech, press, pulpit, and as-
sembly, and to shake off fear,
inertia, laziness and selfishness.
gal immigration, makes a total
of 5,945 *ertificates granted for
Jewish immigration for the cur
rent six-month's period.
In addition to the permits for
Jewish immigration, the schedule
authorizes 600 for non-Jewish
immigration.
With the exception of 460 per-
mits held in reserve by the Gov-
ernment, the 7,850 permits for
Jewish immigration are distrib-
uted in the following categories:
Capitalists (those possess-
ing 11,000 or more ..............1,500
Other Capitalists .................... 105
hamberWn White Paper for I Labor ................................... 600
xpress purpose of facilitate Rabbis ...................................... l3r>
ing departure of persecuted
Ji v I om Germany.
figure of 3,645 permits al-
for ordinary immigration
i ived at after the deduction
0 refugees who entered
ne illegally from the be-
g of April through May
24tl it is announced. In this
ion, the belief is current
Students (including
youths and children) ........2.200
Dependents ..............................'-'>-,
New York, (WNS) Whitting-
ehame, ancestral home of the
late Arthur Lord Balfour, in the
Lammermoor Hills of East Lo-
thian, Scotland, has been placed
at the disposal of a group of 179
exiled Jewish children awaiting
transfer to Palestine by the heirs
of the man who authored the de-
claration two decades ago which
promised the Jews a home in
Jerusalem. The action of the
Balfour heirs, announced here by
Mrs. David B. Greenberg, nation-
al Youth Aliyah chairman of j
Hadassah, is leaving for England
on June 28 to inspect the homei
and to attend a Youth Aliyah (
conference in Amsterdam on
September 2.
Certificates of entry to Pales-
tine for more than 900 young
people between 15 and 17 have
been issued to the central office
of the Youth Aliyah in London
by the Palestine immigration au-
thorities, it was revealed. A to-
tal of 2.200 children will arrive In
the Holy Land b-fore October,
Mrs. Greenberg said.
members, part of the fine going
into the charity fund. (16th cen-
tury.)
XXX
In Lithuanian communities
there were regulations forbidding
certain types of ornaments and
dress for women. Fines were im-
posed for violation of these sta-
tutes. (17th century.)
XXX
Sending money to Palestine by
Jews living in the Diaspora has
been a long and interesting his-
tory. Some medieval communi-
ties had a special society con-
cerned with collecting alms for
Palestine. "Meschullachim" or
emissaries who went abroad seek-
ing aid for needy Palestinians
date back as early as the thir-
teenth century whan a certain
Rabbi Jacob went from Jerusalem
to solicit aid for his scholarly
colleagues resident in the Holy
City.
New York, (WNS)A nation-
wide drive for the establishment
of a $5,000,000 "Battle Fund for
American Democracy," described
. the largest und*ftakln* '
that the Government con-1 kind ever attempted in the unit
late, no quota at all to be; ed States, was launched by
available next October if Friends of Democracy. Inc.
If. Birkhead, national director of
the organization, speaking to
represeptatives of leading relig-
ious, educational, fraternal and
that the Government is It- civic bodies, described as a now
permits on the basis of the] or never effort" to counteract
a-year immigration quota j the flood of anti-democratic un
v. ailed illegal immigration
should continue at its present
.
The new schedule makes its ap-
advocated by the White Paper.
For the month of April alone the
High Commissioner during that
month authorixed 1,000 certifi-
cates; and this number, added to
the 3,645 allocated for ordinary
immigration during the ensuing
five-month period and to the
1.300 deducted for so-called lll*-|
American propaganda which has
been given "such extensive cur-
rency in this country for the past
six years." Launched as a local
movement is Kansas City in
1927, Friends of Democracy gain-
ed national prominence under
the leadership of Mr. Birkhead
who declared the purposes of
Atlantic City, (WNS)-Three
hundred delegates, representing
about 100 chapters throughout
the country, were told by Mrs.
Abraham Shapiro, national pres-
ident of Mizrachi Women's Or-|
ganization of America, that,
Conditions in Europe make it
imperative that the Jewish people'
retain a Homeland of their own.
Mrs. Shapiro, who recemtly re-
turned from a tour abroad, de-
clared that "a rebirth of the re-
ligious spirit among Jewry in
Europe" was evident abroad, and
pointed out that there had been
no lapse among the Mizrachi
women in this respect.
Representatives of Hadassah,
the women's division of the Un-
ion of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gations, Hapoel Hamizrachi and
the women's branch of Young
i Israel, were also in attendance.
XXX
In attempting to give his stu-
dents an insight into Rabbinic
literature, Solomon Schechter,
noted scholar, always insisted
that they try to discover the per-
sonalities of the writers. Thus
in one of his lectures he told his
students: "The Midrash does not
represent a commentary by rab-
bis on the Bible. It represents
rather the life of the Rabbis. And
life is not to be defined by a few
rules, nor to be described by a
few, or even many words. It is
an idle task to seek for logic in
a sy8tem of life which is not
made up of promises and conclu-
gj ms. It has its tears and its
smiles, its griefs and joys, its
great moments and its petty
trifles. The fact that the rabbis
tried to identify their lives with
religion and to penetrate it with
godliness makes their lives grand
and sublime."
xxx
The Talmud insists that paren-
tal love should be impartial, one
child should not be preferred to
the other. The honor and rever-
ence due to parents, another pas-
sage has it, are equal to the
honor and reverence due to God.
At the same time "it Is a fath-
er's duty not only to provide for
his minor children, but also to
take care of their instruction,
and to teach his son a trade and
whatever else is necessary for
his future welfare."
SOCIETY
HOROWITZ KOSHER INN
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eighteen years the Horowitz
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C, is offering their guests the
same excellent service, courteous
treatment and delicious food, they
have received in past seasons.
Mr. Horowitz emphasizes the
fact that all his rooms are cool
and airy, and that there is run-
ning water with connecting baths
in every room. Mrs. Horowitz is
in charge of the dining room and
Dietary laws are strictly adhered
to.

lilt IS IS HELD
The bris milah of Robert Jay,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cas-
sel, was held Thursday morning
at the Jackson Memorial Hospi-
tal with Rev. Josef Malek offi-
ciating. Mr. S. A. Levine was
quater; Mrs. Maurice Grossman
was quatern; Mr. Samuel Levine
was saundik mecomed and Dr.
Sidney Cassel was Saundik.
Prague. (WNS) "Narodni Po-
litika" said that 21,000 Jews had
emigrated from the Bohemia-,
Moravia "protectorate" since last,
fall when the Sudetenland was
taken by Germany-
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PAGE EIGHT
TBS JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JUNE 23

THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
HOME CAMP
ed the Junior League. Ralph
Grossman, general athletic direc-
tor of the "Y" has designated
Leo Lipowsky, of the Senior Di-
All ia in readiness for the first
session of the Home Camp which .
will open Monday morning, July; vision to assist the Sub-Juniors
3rd at 9:30 o'clock. For the' with their diamondball. The Jfel-
past few weeks our pxecuhive lowing is the schedule of games
Director; Miss Dorothy Light- this division will play at Miami
man, our Camp Directress and a Field:
staff fit able assistants have
been working out the details of Tuesday, June 27Cunning
the Camp ^m's Sport Shop.
Wednesday, June 28Royal
Registration will be held on Wednesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Pa] Dmes.
mornings, June 28-29 and 80th, Thursday, July 6Pepsicola
from 9:00 a. m. to 10:00 a. m. ComP*ny.
These hours were set aside for Friday, July 7Shenandoah'
the convenience of our Camp, Presbyterian Church.
Doctor who will examine all ap-' Tuesd>'. July 11Patent Sales,
plicants. Those desiring to reg- \ Thursday, July 19May's Jew-
ister their children are requested j e'erv-
to communicate with the Execu Tuesday, July 18 Cunning-
ham's Sport Shop.
Wednesday, July 19 Royal
Palm Dairy.
Thursday, July 27Pepsicola
Company.
Friday. July 28 Shenandoah
Presbyterian Church.
Tuesday, August 1 Patent
Sales.
Thursday, August 3 May's
Jewelry.
SENIOR DIVISION-WOMEN hB5eS?y\ ^"ust "n"*-
______ I nam s Sport Shop.
Wednesday, August 9Royal
Palm Dairy
tive Director.
In view of the fact that the
tuition of the Home Camp is
nominal and to avoid the trouble
of book-keeping, we request all
those who desire to register their
children in the Home Camp, to
be prepared to pay the tuition
at the time of registration.
-Y-
free community entertainment at
Bayfront Park. Recently it was
decided to eliminate this item
from the budget- When this was
discovered a meeting was held
of many civic organizations, in-
cluding the "Y" and Mr. Mau-
rice Grossman, our Executive Di-
rector, was designated to appear
before the City Commission and
urge them to continue the appro
priation for free community en-
tertainment.
Mr. Grossman made such an
impression on the commission
that Mayor Sewell, at the conclu-
sion of Mr. Grossman's speech,
stated that he sees no reason
why these community entertain-
ments should not be continued
and he promised that he would
do all in his power to support the
same.
We emphasize this particular
item because it has a tendency
to promote a better understand-
ing among our non-J e w i s h
friends.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2 7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COL MAN A. ZWITMAN
* Indian Creek Drive-13* 530 N. E. 31st St.2-8511
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both of the Rabbis wlU be In the Temple every aaornlng
You may coisult with them on matters concerning- the Jewls comma!
nlty. or you.- personal problems. Tou will be assured sympathetic*
bearing and advice, and. needless to say. sacb matter will be bsUJ in
strict confidence.

CONGREGATIONAL
Mozel Tov. ... Mr. and Mrs. I
Doc Kessel are the proud parents
of a seven pound baby boy. Moth-
er, father, and bab all fine.
"Do n .t withdraw thyself from
the congregation ."Hillel
The commercial duck pin lea-
gue came to a close last Thurs-
day with the Y. M. H. A. Whites
captained by Marty Millstein
victors by a 7-game margin.
Friday evening service- wjij
be held at 8:15 p. m., with Rabbi
Jacob H. Kaplan in charge 0f
the services.
We request all persons to at
Mrs. Bea Stepkin, President of
the Y. W. H. A., is conferring
daily with the Executive Direc-
tor with a view of making a com-j tend these games and encourage
plete program for the ensuing the youngsters. Leo tills us
year. This division will assist' that they have the makings of
with the Home Camp and many j a wonderful team and in a few
of its committees are hard-at- years they will represent the
work making preparations for the Senior Division. Keep up the
*ame- good work boys.....we are
---------T--------- proud of you.
JUNIOR DIVISION
At a meeting of this division
held Monday night the following
were appointed on a committee
to assist the Executive Director
with plans for an oratorical and
essay contest.
Miss Lillian Rogan is chairman
of this committee and members
of same are: Oscar Rappaport,
Marshall Fouerj Mildred Berko-
witz and Bemie Serkin.
Details of this contest will be
announced as soon as the com
luittee meets and prepares plans
---------Y---------
SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION
We welcome Mrs. Beatrice
Dock to the staff of sponsors of
this division. Mrs. Dock is an
experienced dramatic coach and
is already rehearsing this group
in a one-act play which will be
presented sometime in July.
This division has organized a
diamond-ball team and has join-
ACTIVITIES
; The Y. M. H. A. has formed a
bowling league known as "The
Y. M. H. A. Bowling Team" which
meets every Thursday night at
the Miami Recreation Center.
All members of the "Y" are re-
quested to participate in this
great sport and you can do so
by reporting to either Jack Apt*
or Al Berkowitz any Thursday
night at the Recreation Center.
A complete new tourney to be
known as the Y. M. H. A. Bowl-
ing League is now under way
and with athletic director Ralph
Grossman and manager Jack
Apte on the job, indications point
to a huge success. Captains
were selected with Al Berkowitz.
Abe Berkowitz, Marty Milstein
and Harry Schwartz team cap-
tains of the new league.
Congrats to Jack Tietler and
Barbara Conn who were recent-
ly married and are now enjoying
their honeymoon trip at the New
York Fair.
Thursday, June 15th, with a 6-4
victory over Pepsicola Company.
Stanly Scher's timely double
with the bases full, Harold Berk-
owitz's 3-hit pitching and Jack
Rosenthal's clever base running
were the features of the game.
Th Junior team returned to the
winning column on Tuesday, June
20th, by defeating the Indepen-
dents 8-4. Howard Schwartz
and Stanley Weintraub were the
big guns of an 8-hit attack each
banging out two timely hits.
This victory moved the Y. M. H.
A. Juniors into a tie for second
place with Royal Palm. Berger
pitched good ball for the victory.
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Hut Blumberg, star first base-
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team, got bumped last week and
after much ado discovered that
his rib was fractured and is tak-
ing things easy- Hurry and
get well.
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The "Y" was given a rare
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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 23, • • %  MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1646 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 Consistency of White! J. W. V. To Select ANNUAL PICNIC '' their sponsor, Mrs. George Chertkof. Miss Charlotte Blumberg was elected president. CONGRATULATIONS The annual Congregational picnic will take place on Sunday July 2nd at Hardy's Casino, Ocean Drive and First Street, Miami Beach. As in the past this will I The Congregations and Ladies h a wide | Auxiliary extend their sincere Maze] Tov greetings to Mr. and selection of most delicious meals under expert supervision and stewardship. As the entire income will be devoted to the Talmud Torah Fund we respectfully solicit the help and support of our many friends. Paper Is Questioned (Continued from Pag\ ,, r i unu „ i Miss Anne Freidlin, at th,. n, M .. Queen of the National Military;, ... "tj house. Miss Klepper •: („. Ball. The Queen will be coronated by ranking military, state and local officials. She will participate in the Grai*d Parade through downtown Miami. The HABANOTH The Debs The Habano:h Debs will have an outing and social meeting Tuesday June 27th. The group will gather in the home of Mrs. Xellner and will thence proceed to the Banyan Grove in Perrine. The meeting will start promptly at 2:00 p. m. Girls of the Blue and White The Habanoth Girls of the Blue and White take this means of extending their best wishes to their sponsor upon her trip up North for the summer. We wish Mrs. Tannenbaum a pleasant trip a delightful sojourn and a safe return. The Buds The Habanoth Buds had elec tion under the supervision of Mrs. Joseph Brenner upon the engagement of their son. May the Good Lord grant them many years of happiness and Nachas from this and other children. • *••••••••>* • JEWISH RADIO HOUR • ••••••••• •• The weekly Jewish Radio Hour conducted by the Rabbinical Association will be in charge of Rabbi Kellner this Sunday at 3:00 P. M., over Station WIOD. Rabbi Kellner will speak on "From Rome to Jerusalem." policy of the Chamberlain White* two contestants receiving the Paper is in any way consistent! n(?xt highest votes will act as a with the Mandate for Palestine,] Court of Honor to the Queen at as claimed by British Colonial ; the Ball and in the parade. Lo1N MEMORIAM Tuesday evening, and Wednesday, the 11th day of Tammuz will be the second anniversary of the death of the late Boris Schlachman Olov Hasholem. The Yahrzeit will be observed in our Synagogue and a group of men together with representatives of 3:00 Pm -> the Spinoza Group the Y. M. H. A., and Congregawil1 meet as usual on the lawn. Secretary Malcolm MacDonald in his defense of the new British policy before the Permanent Man dotes Commission, was voiced in a statement issued by the Geneva Office of the Jewish Agency for Palestine. Pointing out that the Royal Commission had definitely stated that "the primary .purpose of the Mandat? as expressed in its Preamble and Articles is the establishment of the Jewish National Home," the Jewish Agency points out that "a National Home condemned by artificial restrictions and forced to assume a permanent minority status cannot be regarded as a National Home." oza Group last Saturday afternoon. The discussion after the lecture was participated in by all. Next Saturday aifternoon, at come the bride of Louis Bueholtz at 3:00 o'clock on S June 25 in the Temple H Guests present were MM Sam Klepper, mother of th. b->, Mrs. Schemer, Mrs. Max Mirkis, Mrs. Morris Maid, M,, Sam Davis, Mrs. Sam II Mrs. Joe Geller, Mrs. Da\ T:rn Mrs. C. Kirby, Mrs. Shnmmoo, Mrs. lioyer i Three prizes will be given to Mrs sid Segal> Mrs Bw the winners, the first prize being ak Mrs A Wej Mw a trip to Cuba or the World's Bartleyf Mrs Joe Bai Fair; the second prize, a large N Frcid in> Mrs Sam place of airplane luggage; and Anna Davis Annetu M cal, state and national publicity will be given to the winners. ther Blattner. Raye Coher Saltz and Josephine Safi the third prize, an outfit of wearing apparel and shoes. Colonel Sid H. Palmer, chairman, and Harry Markowitz, National Reg E. First Street, or from ; ional representative of the Jewish, dents or secretaries of all n War Veterans, co-chairman, are' zations and groups. in charge of the contest. Below is a sample of the N'omIt is expected that ev| ination Blank. Watch this ery organization in Miami will for weekly detailed inf.. nominate a prospective Queen, on the progress of the Nomination blanks may be obfor the Queen of the N tained from Col. Palmer, 30 N.' Military Ball. tion Beth Jacob will attend brief Memorial services at the grave Wednesday morning at 10:00 o'clock. SOCIETY LAKE TARLETON PRESENTS DIVIRTISEMENTS Mr. Don Richards, noted baritone and concert artist has beon engaged for the summer as musical host at th? Lake Tarleton Hub in New Hampshire. Mr. Richards has just returned from a spring series of opera with the St. Louis Grand Opera Company where he scored a sensational success in his first performances since returning from Italy where he sang with Ceaser Rocchinni at Milan Opera. He has also studied with Mr. Eddie Miller in New York City. He comes to Tarleton with a diversified repetoire of classical and operatic characterizations. Proudly the Lake Tarleton Club will present Mr. Irving Fields and his piano and his music for the summer. Mr. Fields, a prodigy, who has played many concert tours retired from the field to study harmony and composition. His recently organized group has just concluded an engagement in the Cocoanut Grove at the Park Central Hotel and before that a cross country series of presentations which brougnt him to California. Mr. Fields' orchestra features several combinations of music varying from trios and quartettes to complete orchestrations for modern interpretations of the classics. The Yankee Troupers, the theatrical group at the Lake Tarleton Club, enters its third season starting Sunday evening, July 2, with a presentation of Gregory Kelly's "the show-off" featuring Miss Nancy Cushman, Albert Whitely and Charley Jobes. Miss Cushman has directed the play and settings are by Joan Carradine. The following week, starting Sunday night, the Troupers will present "Yes My Darling Daughter," starring Nancy Cushman. Albert Follette and Buddy Newman, who makes his first appearance with the Troupers after years of success in the Netherlands. Jack Golbert will direct "Yes My Darling Daughter." • • • GROUP STUDY SPINOZA "There is something very moving in Heinrjch Heine's adoration of Spinoza" Dr." Wolfson told the gathering of the Spir.at 1059 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Dr. Wolfson's topic will be: "Why Spinozas Great Influence." General open forum discussion will follow the lecture. All are welcome. There is no charge. • • • LEAVE FOR NEW YORK Mr. and Mrs. David Gross will leave the city June 20th aboard the S. S. Shawnee for New York where they will spend a brief vacation. DANCE TO BE HELD The Beth David Sisterhood will sponsor a dance Sunday evening, July 2nd at the Cara Villa Club, one block south of the Ice Palace, for the benefit of the Building Fund. In charge of arrangements are Miss Doris Cromer and Dr. Harold Rand, co-chairmen. Music will be furnished for dancing and a program of entertainment will be presented. Admis sion charge will be one dollar per' couple. 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. pinAV. JUNE 23, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN FOOTNOTES TO HISTORY IT HAPPENED TO THE JEWS (By Rabbi Mordecai L. Brill) The last of the first half millon to view the Jewish Palestine Pavilion at the New York World's Fair was Miss Elaine Slutsky, here shown being greeted by Meyer W. Weisgal, director of the Pavilion, while Jack Muentz, official tabulator, who clocked Miss Slutsky at 2:00 o'clock Sunday afternoon, June 18th, stands in the background. The Pavilion, which has been drawing an average of 100,000 visitors weekly, has become a favorite rendezvous of Jewish groups, who meet at the Pavilion for inspection of its exhibits and luncheon or dinner at its picturesque Cafe Tel Aviv. Jewish News From Around the World &f &f •* Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agency)—A total of 7,850 Jews will be allowed to immigrate into Palatine, during the five-month period beginning with May 1, 19S9, and ending with September 30, 1939, according to a new immigration schedule published in the official Palestine Government Gazette. Of this number 4,205 will be eel apart from the quota of Unary immigrants, as the first llment of the 25.000 visas for stine that were promised by In the year 1656 the Jews of Leghorn (Italy) gave ona-fourth of their income to aid and help ransom Jewish refugees coming from Poland. XXX Whenever money was needed for charity the Jewish communities of Northern Africa relied on the custom of selling the Torah scroll to the highest bidder who was expected to donate the scroll back to the synagogue. The buyer was content with the honor pf having been the one-time owner of the scroll. X X x In order to help their fellow Jews at the time of the expulsion from Spain, the Jews of Corfu and Candai sold the gold from their synagogue ornaments. XXX For failure to attend the Sabbath service, the community of Avignon imposed a fine upon its Mr. Benjamin Cohen, co-chairmen of the gala All-Star Show sponsored by the Civic League of Miami Beach which will be held July 4th, for the benefit of the Jewish War Veterans National Convention to be held here in August and Mr. Harry Zukernick, newly installed President of the Civic League are pictured above. the organization are to "arouse devotion to the true spirit of the as the bulwark of Democracy; to Constitution of the United States uphold Democracy against Nazi, Fascist, Communist and all other subversive movements in America; to develop loyalty to Democracy by safe-guarding freedom of speech, press, pulpit, and assembly, and to shake off fear, inertia, laziness and selfishness. gal immigration, makes a total of 5,945 *ertificates granted for Jewish immigration for the cur rent six-month's period. In addition to the permits for Jewish immigration, the schedule authorizes 600 for non-Jewish immigration. With the exception of 460 permits held in reserve by the Government, the 7,850 permits for Jewish immigration are distributed in the following categories: Capitalists (those possessing 11,000 or more 1,500 Other Capitalists 105 hamberWn White Paper for I Labor 600 xpress purpose of facilitate R a bbis l 3r> ing departure of persecuted Ji v I om Germany. figure of 3,645 permits alf or ordinary immigration i ived at after the deduction 0 refugees who entered ne illegally from the beg of April through May 24tl it is announced. In this ion, the belief is current Students (including youths and children) 2.200 Dependents '%  '• > New York, (WNS)— Whittingehame, ancestral home of the late Arthur Lord Balfour, in the Lammermoor Hills of East Lothian, Scotland, has been placed at the disposal of a group of 179 exiled Jewish children awaiting transfer to Palestine by the heirs of the man who authored the declaration two decades ago which promised the Jews a home in Jerusalem. The action of the Balfour heirs, announced here by Mrs. David B. Greenberg, national Youth Aliyah chairman of j Hadassah, is leaving for England on June 28 to inspect the homei and to attend a Youth Aliyah ( conference in Amsterdam on September 2. Certificates of entry to Palestine for more than 900 young people between 15 and 17 have been issued to the central office of the Youth Aliyah in London by the Palestine immigration authorities, it was revealed. A total of 2.200 children will arrive In the Holy Land b-fore October, Mrs. Greenberg said. members, part of the fine going into the charity fund. (16th century.) XXX In Lithuanian communities there were regulations forbidding certain types of ornaments and dress for women. Fines were imposed for violation of these statutes. (17th century.) XXX Sending money to Palestine by Jews living in the Diaspora has been a long and interesting history. Some medieval communities had a special society concerned with collecting alms for Palestine. "Meschullachim" or emissaries who went abroad seeking aid for needy Palestinians date back as early as the thirteenth century whan a certain Rabbi Jacob went from Jerusalem to solicit aid for his scholarly colleagues resident in the Holy City. New York, (WNS)—A nationwide drive for the establishment of a $5,000,000 "Battle Fund for American Democracy," described „ the largest und *f takln '£ that the Government con1 kind ever attempted in the unit late, no quota at all to be; e d States, was launched by available next October if Friends of Democracy. Inc. If. Birkhead, national director of the organization, speaking to represeptatives of leading religious, educational, fraternal and that the Government is Itcivic bodies, described as a now permits on the basis of the] or never effort" to counteract %  a-year immigration quota j the flood of anti-democratic un %  v ailed illegal immigration should continue at its present The new schedule makes its apadvocated by the White Paper. For the month of April alone the High Commissioner during that month authorixed 1,000 certificates; and this number, added to the 3,645 allocated for ordinary immigration during the ensuing five-month period and to the 1.300 deducted for so-called lll*-| American propaganda which has been given "such extensive currency in this country for the past six years." Launched as a local movement is Kansas City in 1927, Friends of Democracy gained national prominence under the leadership of Mr. Birkhead who declared the purposes of Atlantic City, (WNS)-Three hundred delegates, representing about 100 chapters throughout the country, were told by Mrs. Abraham Shapiro, national president of Mizrachi Women's Or-| ganization of America, that, ••Conditions in Europe make it imperative that the Jewish people' retain a Homeland of their own. Mrs. Shapiro, who recemtly returned from a tour abroad, declared that "a rebirth of the religious spirit among Jewry in Europe" was evident abroad, and pointed out that there had been no lapse among the Mizrachi women in this respect. Representatives of Hadassah, the women's division of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations, Hapoel Hamizrachi and the women's branch of Young i Israel, were also in attendance. XXX In attempting to give his students an insight into Rabbinic literature, Solomon Schechter, noted scholar, always insisted that they try to discover the personalities of the writers. Thus in one of his lectures he told his students: "The Midrash does not represent a commentary by rabbis on the Bible. It represents rather the life of the Rabbis. And life is not to be defined by a few rules, nor to be described by a few, or eve n many words. It is an idle task to seek for logic in a sy8tem of life which is not made up of promises and conclugj ms. It has its tears and its smiles, its griefs and joys, its great moments and its petty trifles. The fact that the rabbis tried to identify their lives with religion and to penetrate it with godliness makes their lives grand and sublime." xxx The Talmud insists that parental love should be impartial, one child should not be preferred to the other. The honor and reverence due to parents, another passage has it, are equal to the honor and reverence due to God. At the same time "it Is a father's duty not only to provide for his minor children, but also to take care of their instruction, and to teach his son a trade and whatever else is necessary for his future welfare." SOCIETY HOROWITZ KOSHER INN ENTERS 18th SEASON Und/?r the same management of Mr. and Mrs. A. Horowitz, for eighteen years the Horowitz Kosher Inn at Hendersonville, N. C, is offering their guests the same excellent service, courteous treatment and delicious food, they have received in past seasons. Mr. Horowitz emphasizes the fact that all his rooms are cool and airy, and that there is running water with connecting baths in every r oom. Mrs. Horowitz is in charge of the dining room and Dietary laws are strictly adhered to. • • • lilt IS IS HELD The bris milah of Robert Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cassel, was held Thursday morning at the Jackson Memorial Hospital with Rev. Josef Malek officiating. Mr. S. A. Levine was quater; Mrs. Maurice Grossman was quatern; Mr. Samuel Levine was saundik mecomed and Dr. Sidney Cassel was Saundik. Prague. 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FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1939 fjewisb ffforicM&m THE JEWISH FLORDDIAN PAGE THREE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue ^^ J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entei-eii as -ti-ond class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Miami, Florida, under the Act oZ March 3, 1879 Office at OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES ~~~ SUBSCRIPTION FRIDAY. JUNE 23, 1939 VOLUME 12— NUMBER 24. THE THIRD REICH In March 1938 war was imminent, and Germany marched into Austria. In January 1939 Hitler declared before the leichstag that the Reich 'must export or die." Exports were not increased but the Reich did not die because the Munich Pact offered '•appeasement" when the early strains of the Nazi Swan Song brought with it the fear that the Nazis "last fling" might thrust the entire world into a horrible conflagaration. Still exports did not increase and Germany's lack of raw materials became greater until her "drang noch osten" brought the conquest of Czecho-Slovakia and Memel. But neither Austria nor the Sudeten territories could contribute the raw materials indispensible to the welfare of German armament and the maintenance of civil export industries. The Tast gold and currency reserves built up by the responsible democracy of Czecho-Slovakia have been so devitalized that present supplies of foodstuffs are already nearing exhaustion. It is believed that the seized currency reserve can cover German imports but a few months longer. Altogether, conquest has brought little more than a huge headache to the Reich. Once again the threat of war hangs ominously over the world. There was always the "Jewish problem" by which the Third Reich could distract its people from their empty stomachs But the growing dissatisfaction of Nazi rule now manifests itself at home. Her major hope now lies in the efficiency erf her propaganda abroad and neither effort uri untfl njffl spared in its proposed execution .... "out of which there will rise a greater GermanV -to the tune of the Swan Song. to make this luncheon successful by the courtesy of the Miami Home Milk Products Company. Mrs. Isidor Cohen presided at the regular meeting of the Sisterhood following the luncheon. A series of social affairs has been planned for tlu' summer including a boat ride, a luncheon at the Southern Cafeterias with Mrs, Isidor Cohen as chairman; and a picnic, Mrs. J. EngKr chairman. Mrs. Cohen mad-' the following appointments for chairmanships: Mrs. Joe Fine, membi rahip; Mrs. Max Shapiro ami Mrs. Louis Rothlein, publicity; Mrs. Louis Gordon, chain fund; Mrs. Irving Sicgal, program; Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg, hospitality; Mrs. Molly Apte, Friday night altar; Mrs. Chas. Goldstein, happy day fund; Mrs. Meyer Schwartz,-, parliamentarian; Mrs, L. .1 Harts, Sabbath services; Mrs. .1. EnglOr, house chairman; Mrs. Mike Arnold, visiting; Mrs. Lewis Brown, birthday party; Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz, Sunday School and Mrs. Ben Kandel, telephone. ATTENDS CONVENTION Ral bi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation left Wedrfesevening for New York, where h will attend the National Zionist Convention to be held Satur day, Sunday and Monday, as a delegate from the Miami Zionist Chapter. He will return to the city Friday, June 30th. MARRIAGE TAKES PLACE The marriage of Miss Barbara Louise Cohn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Henry Cohn, to Jack D. Teitler took place Sunday at the home of the bride's parents with Rabbi Max Shapiro offieiatI ing. The bride was attended bv i Miss Beatrice Teitler and Mrs.. Mannie Teitler. Mr. Mannio Teitler, brother of th? groom, was best man. A reception followed the ceremony. Mi and Mrs. Teitbr have gone on a honeymoon trip to New New York where they Will visit Mr. Teitle-'s relatives and they will also go to Hemlersonville, N. C, before returning here where they will reside. Strictly Confidential socim Walker. Cynthia Ellicott. John Hermanson and Judson Biche. Glimpse, a graduat" of Chicago \r. Institute, has studied art in many parts of the world. He has done the artistic interior decorations for many modern Chicago and Miami Beach homes. The 59 pictures on exhibit RETURNS To CITY Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers returned Saturday from a honey,„. vu w< ( by the general public school graduates „ Yellowstone Park! in tne KalK r ics at the M.anu and thi West Coast followingBeach Public Library and Arc • : marriage in New ( (>ntre f re e of charge. The Li\ Mn Meyerwas the fori b rary an d Art Galleries are open ner Mrs. Anna Brenner Mankes,| f rom i 0: 00 a. m. to 9:00 p prominent attorney. Mr. and e very day except Sundays MrM yen will reside in Miami j Thurs days. On Thursdays FRATERNITY SPONSORS SMOKER Tau Epsilon Phi, fraternity on the campuses of University of Florida and University of Miami, will hold a smoker Wednesday evening, June 28th at the home of Mr. Louis H'iman, 1888 S. W. 12th Street, MiamiAll high ami prospective college students are cordially invited to attend. Motion pictures will be shown, entertainment presented and refreshments served. m. and the Beach. • • • EXHIBITION CONTINUES The exhibition that opened today in the Galleries, Miami Beach Public Library and Art Centre, 2100 Collim Avenue, is the work done by the art student's of the Technical High School, Miami and Shirley Glimpse, of Coral Gables. The student work of the Technical High School is colorful in that many mediums and types of rt is presented. The following Mudents of this school are exhibiting their ^ork. Those exhib "ing are: Denny Cunningham. v lin Blackwell, Virginia L" tn *m. James Lynsky, Jimmie galleries close at 1:00 p. m. This exhibition is another one of the unusual art collections arranged and presented by the \\P\ Federal Art Project^ of which Mr. William Wood is Field Supervisor. • • SISTERHOOD HOLDS LUNCHEON The first in a series of luncheons sponsored by the Beth David Sisterhood was held Wednesday noon, June 21st at the Beth David auditorium. The Junch on committee headed by Mrs. Isadore Silberstein ass.sted by M:sdames Mary Silberstcn, Ben Kandel and Ida Jackson served m „rethan fifty guests The committee was aided in its efforts John Steinbeck, whose novel "Grapes of Wrath" has been sold to British, Dutch, French, Italian, Polish, Roumanian and Scandinaviah publishers, has refused to sell the rights for publication in Germany. WANTED! "Will pay $100 each for copies of The Jewish Floridian issue of November 19, 1937. Address CHARLES LUBELSKY Care P. O. Box 2978, Miami. Florida TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) HEAR YE Somebody suggests thai the refugee-filled boats drifting around the Greek Archipelago should be permitted >" Land their passengers on some of those uninhabited islands, winch could be rented from the Greek Government. From these islands the refugees could then be transferred to Palestine in easy installments. Though we knew it nil along, it couldn'1 be told until now that the reason why; the St. Louis refugees weren't permitted to land in Cuba was thai certain Cuban officials had been overlooked when the bakshees was handed out. Did you notice that the White Paper makes no reference to Arab immigration, legd or illegal, into Palestinel The influx of Arabs into Palestine was terrific during the days of prosperity .... Perhaps the British Government draws the conclusion that in an Arab prosperity is not Likely, and therefore expects no Aral, immigration. Those who expected Central Smuts of South Africa to issue a strong statement against the While Paper were disappointed.... The highlight of Smut's statement was "stick to your course BUBBLES FROM THE CAULDRON The Nazi retaliations against the Czechs because of the murder of a Nazi policeman, and the expulsion of 4,000 Polish Jews from Germany, were designed to set the European pot boiling once more, with a view to further appeasement concessions .... But nobody rose to the bait P rophets on the European situation predict a serious international showdown around August 1st. Delegates to the WW ZUist Congress please note. Those in the know insist hat the next world war was postponed when Hitler ^covered that the Little Maginot Line on the Czechodovakian border which is an exact replica of the French ^^*£*£! £ Germany, outclassed the German Siegfried Line m every re SDect This was such a shock to the German General Staff'that they decided to perfect the "^J^~ embarking on any military campaign. ** !" *% !" !" are told is Low the rumor started that the Siegfried Line had been Laged W hile London is still vacillating: about the French-British-Soviet pact, Germany s penetration of Rou mania goes on unabated THE PALESTINE FRONT That interview with the Shah of Iran. SO unfavorable^. Zionism, which recently was published in the London sn. > Dfcpatch, was enthusiastically greeted by the Paestine Arab pr eR S No one, however, bothered to mention the fact that the interview was given thirteen years ago. Michel ( |; rU vounK correspondent of the London Sunday Chronicle, who was killed in Palestine a couple of woks ago, had been J house-guest at the Weizmann home in Beheboth. He had alwavs roamed around the countryside unmolested on his ,.,otorcvcle-until the Arab terrorists found out about his^fnendship'with the Weizmanns. Latest piano prodigy o! Palesine i9 fifteen-year-old Rina Maariv S he's a product o ;;: ; a ,„ SIil L**, %  %  *** **? T w,n ,,, a Bensation on the concert stage in other countries too. • %  1,H, time it seems to us. for the Jewish mov.e houses m I ma" seem Nazi screen products are still par, of the regular Tel Av.v. ..erusale „d 1 laifa. ... And what f-m in at Jerusalem and Tel Aviv EDDIE TALKS Did vou observe that the powerful blast Eddie Cantor dev Hat the World's Fair last week against un-American His senous t ble he h ad getting into the fine Cantoresque, gag. *££*, guests of hon0 r at HadaV Fair, where he and his wile were in g T 8ah Day at the ^J^.j^^JSL you try Z world of tomorrow, he cracKea, (Continued on Page Six)


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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1939 LEAVES FOR NORTH Mrs. Samuel Tannenbaum and daughter, Hope Ellen, will leave Sunday by auto for the North where they will visit with relatives and friends. • • • LEAVES FOR PITTSBURGH Mr. Harry Schaffer will leave Jacksonville where he attended the installation of a Jewish War Veteran's Post there, by plane for Pittsburgh where he will remain for several days, and then will return to Miami with his family. Mr. Sehaeffer is immediat? past National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans and' is the Executive Director of the Jewish War Veterans National Convention to be held in Miami in August. • • • NEW VETERANS POST INSTALLED A committee from the Freda Markowitz Post of the Jewish War Veterans of Miami consisting of MrHarry Sehaeffer, Mr. Nat Roth, Mr. Harry Markowitz, Mr. J. William Baros and Mr. Ben Ehrlich installed the Jewish War Veterans Post No. 201 at Jacksonville, Florida, Thursday evening at the George Washington Hotel. Mr. Sidney Schain was installed as the Post Commander. Among the speakers during the evening were the Mayor of Jacksonville, Department Commanders of the Legion of Foreign Wars, American Legion and the D. A. V. • • • REGULAR MEETING HELD The regular meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation was held Tuesday evening with Mrs. William Clein presiding. The next meeting of the organization will be held July 18th in the form of an open meeting when a guest speaker, musical program will be presented and refresments servedMrs. George Chertkof is chairman and announces that details will be announced at a later date. MRS. WILLIAM MECHANIC Formerly Miss Hilda Q. Marcus, whose marriage was an event of last Sunday afternoon at the home of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff SPONSORS BOAT RIDE A boat ride aboard the Seven Seas Yacht, at Pier 8, City Yacht Basin, will be sponsored by the Freda Markowitz Post No. 174, of the Jewish War Veterans Tuesday evening, June 20th at 9:00 p. m. FKfty cents per person will be charged and all are urged to attend. Tickets may be obtained from any member or at the boat. • • • TO VISIT IN NORTH LEAVES FOR NORTH Mrs. F. Simerick and daughters, Leah and Anna left the city last week for New Orleans where they will spend the summer visiting with Mrs. Simerick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Washastrom. Miss Leah was a teacher at the Beth Jacob Congregation. .' • • • i f l LUBER'S OSCEOLA INN OPENS Luber's Osceola Inn located in the Blue Ridge Mountains at Hendersonville, N. C, is open for the summer under the same management as Luber's London Arms Hotel on Miami Beach. Bathing, fishing, dancing and rowing are features of the Inn. j bride. Mr. Haber is a son of American Jewish meals will be 1 Mrand Mrs. Louis Haber of served. N ew York. Mrs. Maurice Grossman and daughters, Naomi Ruth and Rita Esther, will leave Sunday morning by auto for the North where they will visit relatives and friends in New Jersey, New York Boston and Allentown, Pa. They will return to the city in September. • • • VISITS HERE Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Haber, who were married in New York on June 10, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ehrlich, 420 N. W. S cond Avenue, parents of the oride. A reception for the visitors was given by Mr. and MrsKhrlieh, at the Coral Gables Country Club on Monday. The bride was formerly Miss Ruth Ehrlich. The wedding was at the New York home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Aroivow, uncle and aunt of the SERVICES TO BE HELD Services will be conducted in honor of the memory of Boris \ Schlachman Olov Hasholem Wednesday morning at 10:00 a. m. in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Participating in the services will be the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Congregation Beth Jacob and the Y. M. H. A. • • • ANNIVERSARIES CELEBRATED Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal and Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper spent the week-end at the Hollywood Beach Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Myers were celebrating their tenth wedding anniversary and Dr. and Mrs. Pepper their eighth anniversary. • • • ELECTED TO OFFICE At a recent meeting of the Miami Dental Society Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal was elected to serve as Secretary-Treasurer of that organization for the ensuing year. Miss Jeanette Kronenfeld Newly elected president of Junior Iladassah, will lie installed at a formal banquet on Monday. June 26th, at Fassa"s Restaurant. WALTER C. KOVNER Chairman of the First Annual Summer Boat Ride sponsored by Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith which will be held Thuifsofey evening, June 29th. AX YOUR SERVICE Lincoln Service Station Lincoln and Alton Roads Miami Beach SAMUEL WEISS. Proprietor A ONE STOP SERVICE STATION FEATURING CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS GAS — OIL — GREASES — WASHING — POLISHING GREASING — BATTERIES — TIRES WE SPECIALIZE IN SIMONIZING (BY ELECTRICITY) GUARANTEED RESULTS— MINOR REPAIRS FOR ROAD SERVICE PHONE 5-9114 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER ELECTED TRUSTEE Mr. Sol S. Goldstrom of Miami Beach, was just elected Trustee fo r three years to the National Home for Jewish Children, of Denver, Colorado. A group of local women recently organized a chapter of the organization here. JUNIOR HADASSAH TO INSTALL OFFICERS Junior Hadassah will install its newly elected officers at a formal banquet Monday evening, June 26 at Fassa's Restaurant, Beach. WINS SCHOLARSHIP Walter Lear who was graduttJ ed from the Miami Beach S t n i or | High School in June whera hel was an honor student, was award [ ed a scholarship to Harvard Uni-I versity. Walter is the s„n ofl Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Lear of th Lear School, Miami Beach. HAROLD SCHOOL HOLDS GRADUATION The Harold School, 1717 S. \j 13th Street, held the third grad] uation exercises recently wit 1 ] the following receiving diplomaArthur Pepper, Marshal lVpp r Helen Ruth Orlin, Emdor. Heri zog, Larry Laffetry. Earle Ri fas, Donald Rosenberg, M a Frances Heines, Jean Iinnner Irene Vamsvaks, Peggy Warrfav er and Carl Marlowe. Following the exercises, p^ ents and friends were en'.ertainei by the graduates who gave reci tations, dances and songs whicl were learned at the school. Mrs Sadie Weinberg and Mrs. Ethe Grossman, directresses of th school, served refreshmentafte the program. CULTURAL MEETING TO BE HELD The first of a series of inter! esting and instructive culturi meetings sponsored by the Royi Palm Chapter of A. Z. A.. .Tunio order of the B'nai B'rith, wil held Monday evening, June 26t at 8:00 o'clock at the Beth Jaco Synagogue, corne r of Third stre. and Washington Avenue, Miam Miami Beach, at 6:30 p. m. Miss Jeanette Kronenfeld will take office as president;' Miss Betty Lasky, first vice-presicTent; Miss Ruthye Bernstein, second vice-president; Miss Trudy Bandel, third vice-president; Miss Rita Pearlman, corresponding secretary; Miss Gertrude Shaff, recording secretary; Miss Rosalyn Klein, financial secretary; Mrs. Al Barkowitz, treasurer; Miss Harriet Damenstein, Historian; Mrs. William Berson, librarian; Board of Directors: Mrs. Marx Feinberg, Mrs. Edward Roth, Mrs. Davis Lachovitz, Mrs. A. E. Frelich, Miss Faye Engel and Miss Hana Mack. All those (Jesting to attend are requested to make reservations with Miss Ida Safer. An interesting program will be presented during the evening. The committee in charge, head ed by Aleph Godol Jack Rubii and Aleph Gisbor Irwin Blooffl berg announces that the fin speaker in the series will b Father Sullivan, well known fo his remarkable endeavors in b half of the Church and mankin throughout Greater Miami. I addition to Father Sullivan, tbi gathering will be addressed b; Rabbi Mescheloff of the Syna gogue, and Mr. Nathan Adelmai chairman of the A. Z. A. advis ory board. Special guests of the Evening will be the visiting Aleph* ol the Miami Chapter, who will lat er cooperate in presenting thesej cultural affairs. The m-mlxr ship of Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith has been invited to ..ttend The meeting will be op>'n to H public. SISTERHOOD HOLDS BRIDGE A b3autiful luncheon was held by the Beth Jacob Sisterhood of | Miami Beach at the home of its president, Mrs. B. H. London, at j 2840 Fairgreen Drive, last Tues-' day. Over a hundred women atj tended the affair. 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FBIDAI JUNE 23, 1939 THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN AGE FIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi— 4!I7 Southwest lhth Road Office PhoneM4TI Home Phone 2-2176 •PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR • • Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and I 5:30 p. m. Sabbath Services — Saturday morning at 8:80. Junior Congregation Services— Saturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—9:00 a. m., to 12:00. SOCIETY sister. Miss AnnSpiegelman of Hartford, Conn., as maid of honor; Mrs. Weintraub was matron of honor and Bobby Spiegelman, m'phew of the bride, was ring bearer. Mr Eddie Cohen, brother of the groom was best man. The couple left for a honeymoon trip to North Carolina and on MOSES MESChELOFF. Rabbi 111'*) Ml 'Ml '•> ii \ vt-nut 'Phone 6-1328 B'NAI B'RITH T BRIEFS In our previous column we stated that Sholem Lodge had begun a concentrated membership drive. With recent events affecting the Jewish people, there should b. 1 added impetus for membership activity. To increase the number of lodge members isj evening and at 8:30 Saturday to strengthen and enlarge the morning. Rabbi Moscneloff BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue "Phone 5-2UU ** ••••••*• S pj re our members to even more DAILY SERVICES and greater activity. We thank • ••••••*•* n -' man y friends who helped to ,. make the affair so outstanding'. Synagogue services are held each morning at 8:00 a. m.„ each 4< ,,,..,** evening at 6:45 p. m. for Mincha and 7:20 for Maariv. Sabbath services are held at 6:30 Friday e BOY SCOUTS prestige and influence of B'nai B'rith. We must unite in a common effort to recapture those .(( %  wish BOUla who have strayed from the fold of Judaism. Ouri ** ••**** problems, numerous they are, in•/ BIBLE STUDY COURSE deed, would come close r to the' point of solution, should We endeavor to repair the "damage" and cure the "sore spots" from within, rather than to proceed from without. Our Boy Scout Troop meets speaks on the "Portion of the! regularly every Tuesday evening. Week" each Sabbath afternoon Young recruits are welcome at the Shalosh S'oodoss. -BYour writer is here reminded The weekly, Wednesday night lectures on the Bible by Rabbi Mescheloff are received with great enthusiasm. The course is given from 8:00 to 9:00 and is open to all adults. During the past two weekes our Rabbi analyRELIGIOUS SCHOOL We are proud of our exceptionally large attendance of children in our school '.his summer. A number of new pupils have been registered within' the past few weeks. We are eager to enroll another dozen into our clasdVIC LEAGUE SPONSORS U.I STAR SHOW The All-Star Vaudeville Show | £• return here will reside a. sponsored by the Civic "8fl S. W. 21st Terrace. IB of Miami Beach at Flamingc Park. Miami Beach, Tuesday evening, July 4th, will feature Bight club and entertainment talj ent from the entire Greater Mij %  mi Dan Fitch and Sid "White are in charge of the entertainment features and will present a three hour show. Rev. Richard Evans, Past National Chaplain of the Fcrtyand Eight, will be the guest -peaker. Admission charged will be forty cents per person and tickets! mm, un up e -...^ may be obtained at the commitAll those interested of all speak the truth out of the heart tee headquarters at 757 Washing-' Nationalities, will be taken of Israel, because I know." •on Avenue, Miami Beach. TheL, are 0 f without charge, public is urged to attend. 4 __,„i All proceeds of the show will' I "•*' elssSBS started 0 bi donated to the fund to assist Wednesday, May 31st and will coming Jewish War Veterans Miami Section, National area. Chester Alexander, | Council of Jewish Women, in their efforts to aid all people who are preparing for Naturalization, particularly those who will he ready for their second papers at the November examination; are starting Americanization classes. Your writer i ses. Registration: any morning u v J .u „.u ze d various theories of civiliza„.„„ lO-SO of a conversation he had the othi ,„l„nom u t0 "lu .. i tion. and noted then evolution „ • _,. %  _m ot a conversation ne nau tne om. l ,.„ lllti -„ ,, tion, and noted their evolution er day with one of our fellow i and failure through the ages. Israelites and is prompted to .. t I 'A New Civilization will be next briefly refer to itIn reference • ,, ; week's theme, to Jewish self-defense he said, in effect: "We had better not talk about this. It won't help. Let's • SISTERHOOD be silent. It isn't safe or pru LUNCHEON dent or wise to talk about per.,,...,, Well over a hundred women secution." This is the attitude of, -' .. — .I .. n ,. VtnlH at tnt* nnmp OT i_ it.. .....-;,.,., .*# vOavnlAI* Examinations will be held next Monday in all classes by our Rabbi. These examinations given every three weeks during the summer give our children the opportunity to cover extra work and so to advance a complete semester during the summer month. PARENTS: Your child regisand party held at the home of g ra( i e at the opening of regular our Sisterhood president, Mrs. B. scnoo ] sessions. Why not give H. London, last Tuesday. Lunchyour ( ml( j tne chance to advance eon was served in the garden. in j ew ish knowledge quickly and and protest the whole world will Various games were played and j easily durin(? these summer say:-'The Jews evidently regard P !" es awarded. mornings? Enroll your child On the arrangements commit( next Monday morning. Fees are tee were Mesdames A. Berow, J. nom j na i. Those unable to pay Wucher, R. Cortland, I. Kalstein, at a ii are we i CO me too! J. Green, Leo Myer, Max Goldcan be found in the utterance of Dr. Stephen S. Wise in his "Articles of Faith": "Well, I men and women, if we don't rise up oppression and persecution as i just and right or they would, as men, rise up against it' And I B We call your attention to the next big social function sponsorstein, J. Miller, M. S. Rubin, D. Becker, M. Saal, H. Koretsky and Mrs. J. Wolkowsky. Mrs. London wishes to thank especially for their tireless assistance in held National Convention to be August of this year. The Civic League is lead by rry Zukernick, president; Dr. ard Roth, chairman of the d of Directors, and Jacob h secretaryCarl Gardner inatiolli prepare to beBenjwnin Cohen co-cha.rLSI ana wu. next big MClal function sponsor-. uncheon Medame s Berow, continue every Wednesday i e d by Sholem Lodge—the boat Wucher Green and J. Myers. thereafter at the offices of rideDon't forget. It's aboard Th j ffnjr ^ hoth ovely ,-, •, -,„• rv„ the "Seven Seas." Moonlight the Council, room •><>(> Congress Building, at 8:00 ]> %  mThe affair was both lovely and STOP THAT ROOF LEAK! OUR WORK GUARANTEED NO EXTRA COST Been at it Since 1919—All Types Roofi No Order Too Small or Large ROBBTNS ROOFING and SHEET METAL WORKS 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705E Take advantage of this opportunity to study for your night. Thursday, June 29th, 8:30 p. m. Reservations limited. 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PAGE EIGHT TBS JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 23 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) HOME CAMP ed the Junior League. Ralph Grossman, general athletic director of the "Y" has designated Leo Lipowsky, of the Senior DiAll ia in readiness for the first session of the Home Camp which will open Monday morning, July; vision to assist the Sub-Juniors 3rd at 9:30 o'clock. For the' with their diamondball. The Jfelpast few weeks our pxecuhive lowing is the schedule of games Director; Miss Dorothy Lightthis division will play at Miami man, our Camp Directress and a Field: staff fit able assistants have been working out the details of Tuesday, June 27—Cunning the Camp ^m's Sport Shop. Wednesday, June %  28—Royal Registration will be held on Wednesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Pa] !" Dmes. mornings, June 28-29 and 80th, Thursday, July 6—Pepsicola from 9:00 a. m. to 10:00 a. m. Com P*ny. These hours were set aside for Friday, July 7—Shenandoah' the convenience of our Camp, Pr esbyte r ian Church. Doctor who will examine all ap-' Tuesd >'. July 11—Patent Sales, plicants. Those desiring to reg\ Thursday, July 19—May's Jewister their children are requested j e erv to communicate with the Execu Tuesday, July 18 —Cunningham's Sport Shop. Wednesday, July 19 — Royal Palm Dairy. Thursday, July 27—Pepsicola Company. Friday. July 28— Shenandoah Presbyterian Church. Tuesday, August 1 — Patent Sales. Thursday, August 3 — May's Jewelry. SENIOR DIVISION-WOMEN hB 5 eS ? y \ ^" ust "n !" "*I nam s Sport Shop. Wednesday, August 9—Royal Palm Dairy tive Director. In view of the fact that the tuition of the Home Camp is nominal and to avoid the trouble of book-keeping, we request all those who desire to register their children in the Home Camp, to be prepared to pay the tuition at the time of registration. -Yfree community entertainment at Bayfront Park. Recently it was decided to eliminate this item from the budgetWhen this was discovered a meeting was held of many civic organizations, including the "Y" and Mr. Maurice Grossman, our Executive Director, was designated to appear before the City Commission and urge them to continue the appro priation for free community entertainment. Mr. Grossman made such an impression on the commission that Mayor Sewell, at the conclusion of Mr. Grossman's speech, stated that he sees no reason why these community entertainments should not be continued and he promised that he would do all in his power to support the same. We emphasize this particular item because it has a tendency to promote a better understanding among our non-J e w i s h friends. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2 7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COL MAN A. ZWITMAN Indian Creek Drive—-13* 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-8511 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both of the Rabbis wlU be In the Temple every aaornlng You may coisult with them on matters concerningthe Jewls comma! nlty. or you.personal problems. Tou will be assured sympathetic* bearing and advice, and. needless to say. sacb matter will be bsUJ in strict confidence. • • • • • CONGREGATIONAL Mozel Tov. ... Mr. and Mrs. I Doc Kessel are the proud parents of a seven pound baby boy. Mother, father, and bab all fine. "Do n .t withdraw thyself from the congregation ."—Hillel The commercial duck pin league came to a close last Thursday with the Y. M. H. A. Whites captained by Marty Millstein victors by a 7-game margin. Friday evening servicewjij be held at 8:15 p. m., with Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan in charge 0 f the services. We request all persons to at Mrs. Bea Stepkin, President of the Y. W. H. A., is conferring daily with the Executive Director with a view of making a com-j tend these games and encourage plete program for the ensuing the youngsters. Leo tills us year. This division will assist' that they have the makings of with the Home Camp and many j a wonderful team and in a few of its committees are hard-atyears they will represent the work making preparations for the Senior Division. Keep up the ame good work boys w e are T proud of you. JUNIOR DIVISION At a meeting of this division held Monday night the following were appointed on a committee to assist the Executive Director with plans for an oratorical and essay contest. Miss Lillian Rogan is chairman of this committee and members of same are: Oscar Rappaport, Marshall Fouerj Mildred Berkowitz and Bemie Serkin. Details of this contest will be announced as soon as the com luittee meets and prepares plans Y SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION We welcome Mrs. Beatrice Dock to the staff of sponsors of this division. Mrs. Dock is an experienced dramatic coach and is already rehearsing this group in a one-act play which will be presented sometime in July. This division has organized a diamond-ball team and has joinACTIVITIES ; The Y. M. H. A. has formed a bowling league known as "The Y. M. H. A. Bowling Team" which meets every Thursday night at the Miami Recreation Center. All members of the "Y" are requested to participate in this great sport and you can do so by reporting to either Jack Apt* or Al Berkowitz any Thursday night at the Recreation Center. A complete new tourney to be known as the Y. M. H. A. Bowling League is now under way and with athletic director Ralph Grossman and manager Jack Apte on the job, indications point to a huge success. Captains were selected with Al Berkowitz. Abe Berkowitz, Marty Milstein and Harry Schwartz team captains of the new league. Congrats to Jack Tietler and Barbara Conn who were recently married and are now enjoying their honeymoon trip at the New York Fair. Thursday, June 15th, with a 6-4 victory over Pepsicola Company. Stanly Scher's timely double with the bases full, Harold Berkowitz's 3-hit pitching and Jack Rosenthal's clever base running were the features of the game. Th Junior team returned to the winning column on Tuesday, June 20th, by defeating the Independents 8-4. Howard Schwartz and Stanley Weintraub were the big guns of an 8-hit attack each banging out two timely hits. This victory moved the Y. M. H. A. Juniors into a tie for second place with Royal Palm. Berger pitched good ball for the victory. FOB A COOL AND DELIGHTFUL VACATION VISIT THE HOROWITZ KOSHER INN 331 First Avenue West HENDEBSONVILLE, N. 0.1 Running Water in Every Boon — Connecting Baths | Hut Blumberg, star first baseman of the "Y" Diamondball team, got bumped last week and after much ado discovered that his rib was fractured and is taking things easy. Hurry and get well. KOOLMOTOR GASOLINE and OILS ACME TIRES CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS ORANGE STATE OIL CO. Distributors NEWS AROUND TOWN The "Y" was given a rare honor last Friday afternoon when our Executive Director was designated to be the spokesman for several civic organizations in the city before the City Commission. It is a known fact that the city has done marvelous work with its Next week our Executive Di rector, Mr. Maurice Grossman will take over this column to give your correspondent a much needed rest. adious. Y SUB-JUNIOR BASEBALL TEAM YOUNG RABBI 37 years old, married, two children, well versed in Yiddish and English: Excellent Chazan, Organizer. 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wJemsti Floridi& m MIAMI, FLORI DA, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1939 Refugees Arrive At Temporary Haven; Dominican Republic Offers Home Antwerp, (WNS)Happy at escaping a return to Germany, 907 Jewish emigrants from Germany d' barked from the St. Louis after five weeks at sea during which their hopes turned first to disappointment and then desperation. Approximately 500 were trans fi rred to the German steamship Khakodis which disembarked one proup at Boulogne, France on Tuesday and another group at Southhampton, England on Wednesday. About 194 were shipped to Rotterdam, the Netherlands, by Belgium Red Cross tender and the 250 remaining in Belgium were sent to the old Marnesse Castle near Brussels. The German liner St. Louis proceeded to Hamburg completing its fiveweek journey. From passengers ,ame praise for the conduct of the crew and the captain. One passenger, speaking for a large croup said, "He was very sympathetic and understanding, and did everything within his power to help us and make us comfortable" The refugees, ranging from children in arms to a woman of 80, included a group of 12 non-Jews, most of whom are married to Jew*. Demanding a Government antiSemitic program, the Rexist organ, Le Pays Reel, in Brussels, opened a violent campaign against refugees. The Fascist paper accused Finance Minister Gutt, who isaid to be of Jewish origin, of being ehtirly too generoue in hi> treatment of the refugee situation. pital. The duration of the emigrant's stay in this country is not limited, but they will enjoy scantely any freedom and, will b? obliged to leave as soon as possible. Belgium Increases Refugee Maintenance Budget Brussels, (WNS)—The 250 refutrw-5 from the liner St. Louis who are to stay in Belgium were distributed to several Brussels hotel? pending a wholesale transfer to the Marnesse estate until they tre permitted to enter the United Su:n the Senate of a bill which proPosed further aid to refugees. Ikfutfee Groups Arrive in Holland and England Rotterdam, the Netherlands. (WNS)—A group of 179 Jewish refugees from the liner St. Louis, forming the contingent that will harbored in the Netherlands •rrived here from Antwerp. They *"' sent to the quarantine hosLondon, (WNS)—Between 200 and 250 refugees of the 907 passengers debarked at Antwerp arrived here Wednesday and will be maintained in England by Jewish organizations until their re-emigration. Although special arrangements were being made in this case, Home Under-Secretary Peske told the House of Commons that this was not to be regarded as establishing a precedent. Action of the British Government in accepting a group of the St. Louis refugees was precipitated following intercession by private organizations and the Intergovernmental Refugee Committee, supported by Sir Herbert Emerson, League High Commissioner for Refugees and director of the Intergovernmental body. Meanwhile negotiations were being carried forward by financial experts on the projected international corporation which is to facilitate emigration of Jews from the Reich. Although no definite plan has yet been suggested in the course of intensive discussions here, members of the Intergovernmental Refugee Committee, including Lord Winterton, chairman of the Committee, Sir Herbert Emerson, and representatives of an American group, met with Dr. Helmuth Wohlthat, of the Reich Economics Ministry, who arrived here last week to continue discussions begun in Berlin with Robert Pell, vice-director of the Refugee Committee. Cuba Continues to Deport Refugees Havana, (WNS)—-Re I i a b 1 e sources said that 38 Jewish refugees who arrived on the S. SIberia recently will be deported by the immigration authorities on the grounds that their papers were not acceptable. Pending settlement of the case and deportation to Germany, the refugees have been held at the Tiscornia immigration camp. PRICE FIVE CENTS B'nai B'rith Lodge Sponsors Boat Ride Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will hold their summer boat ride Thursday evening, June 29th at 8:30 p. m., on the Seven Seas Yacht, anchored at Pier 8, at the City Yacht Basin. Music for dancing will be furnished and entertainment during the evening will be presented. Admission eharged will be fifty cents per person and tickets may be obtained at the B'nai B'rith office, 510 Congress Building, Miami. In charge of arrangements are Walter C Kovner, chairman, assisted by Benjamin Le Vine and J. Aron Abbott. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. J. W. V. To Select Convention Queen A contest to select a Queen of the National Military Ball, to be held during the National Convention of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States was announced today by the 1939 Convention Corporation of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States. The contestants sponsored by the fraternal, business, civic, religious or military organizations will be provided with tickets, each counting for 100 votes, and entitling the holder of the ticket to one admission to the National Military Ball. Age limit for contestants or nominees is 14 to 25. The nominee must be single, and a resident of Florida not less than one year. Each Monday votes will be counted by three impartial judges and the returns made public. A weekly prize will be given to the recipient of the highest amount of votes. A ballot box used by the city for regular elections will be used to deposit stubs. The ballot box will be located at the office of the chairman of the Contest Committee, 30 Northeast First Street. The last count will be made the night of the ball, at 12:00 (Continued on Page Four) Z. O. A. To Adopt Political Program at 42nd Convention Ban Immigration in South American Country Guayaquil, Ecuador, (WNS)— The government has ordered its consuls not to grant any more visas for immigrants until new immigration laws have been passed. This does not apply to passengers already in transit or to tourists. Dominican Republic Repeats Offer to Accept 100,000 Refugees Geneva, (WNS)-D. Hartoy, representing the Dominican Republic at the International Labor Conference, repeated the West Indian republic's offer to accept 100,000 refugees. (Pending publication of a report by an expert's commission which recently concluded a survey of settlement possibilities in the Dominican Republic, President Roosevelt's Advisory Committee on Refugees and the Intergovernmental Committee in London hinted that colonization possibilities in the Dominican Republic were very promising. It is expected that the report will be published soon in New York.) The conference was informed by the Argentine representative that his country was interested in industrial immigration and not in the nationality, religion or race of the immigrant. New York, (WNS)—An offer to accept 75 of the refugees landed at Antwerp was made by the government of Luxemberg and announced here by James N. Rosenberg, Joseph C. Hyman and I. Edwin Goldwasser of the Joint Distribution Committee. Nazi Violences Continues in Prague Prague, (WNS)—The Frydek synagogue, destroyed by fire at week's-e>nd, brought to site the number of synagogues destroyed in the Ostrava district of the "Protectorate" of Bohemia-Moravia during the past week. Previously a synagogue at MaerischOstrau, near the Polish frontier, was burned to the ground. The Ostrava National Unity Party advised its members not to be provoked as there was a rumor that Germans were seeking an excuse to pour troops into the district. Similar warnings were made in Brueen and Budweis, where the German commissioner asked the Czechs to cooperate with him in making life unpleasant for the Jews. The Czech National "Aryan" Culture League, organized during the past week, asked Reichsprotector Baron von Neurath and President Emil Hacha to discharge immediately all Jews and "Jewish friends" from public life. In Budweis German administrative police directed that Jews, Freemasons and members of the Rotary Club be excluded from Czech community and social functions. Meanwhile Nazi-inspired violence continued to harass the Jews in various parts of the country. Near Prague, thirtynine persons, mostly Jews, were injured, seven critically, when a bomb exploded in a Jewish cafe. In the Mnichovo Hradister district unidentified Czechs destroyed road signposts put up by German troops after occupation of Bohemia and Moravia. Rabbis Hold Annual Conference New York, (WNS)—Formation of a program of political action against Great Britain's new policy in Palestine will lead the agenda of /the forty-second annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America, which will be held here from June 25 to 28. Speakers at various sessions of the convention will discuss the current Jewish refugee problem and the importance of Palestine as a country of ingress for the expelled Jews of Europe. Preceding by a few weeks the convocation of the World Zionist CongresB in Geneva, Switzerland, and the meeting of the Council of the League of Nations in the same city, which is to consider Britain's policy in the Holy Land, the convention of the American Zionist Organization is looked upon as one of special importance. Spokesmen for the organization point out that the decisions to be taken by American Zionists, who constitute the strongest body in the entire movement, are bound to exert considerable influence at the forthcoming world congress. Among Zionist leaders in this country who will participate in the political discussions are Dr. Solomon Goldman, President of the Z. O. A., Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, Rabbi Israel Goldstein and Louis Lipsky, American member of the Executive of the Jewi3b Agency for Palestine. Current conditions in Palestine will be the subject of addressee by Dr. Werner Senator, non-Zionist member of the executive of the Jewish Agency, who is coming here from Palestine to address the convention and Mrs. Edward Jacobs, of New York, also a member of the Executive. It is expected that upwards of 1,000 delegates will be in attendance. Washington, (WNS)—The annihilationist policy of the Nazis is not likely to become the norm fixing the future relationship between Jews and non-Jews, in the, opinion of Rabbi Abba Hiller Silver of Cleveland, who, addressing the Central Conference of American Rabbis meeting in session here June 15-18th, expressed confidence that Nazi-ism never will assume worldwide dimensions. "Undoubtedly many a Jewish community will receive hard hammering. In such communities the Jews will have to learn how to live worthy and undefeated lives, even under the duress of formidable disabilities. Surveying the world scene, one is accordingly led to the conclusion that while there are manifold threats today to Jewish security, to Jewish rights, and to Jewish peace, there is no imminent threat to Jewish survival." Rabbi Silver called for the .lews to defend themselves by an audacious counter-attack against reaction by the mighty thunderbolts of the free human spirit. Consistency of White Paper Is Questioned Geneva, (WNS—Palcor Agency)—That the various provisions of the White Paper on Palestine issued by the British Government on May 17th are consistent with the terms of the Mandate over Palestine was the burden of the two-hour statement in which British Colonial Secretary Malcolmn MacDonald defended the new policy before the Permanent Mandates Commission of the League of Nations. Point by point the Colonial Secretary dealt in turn with each division of the new policy proposed in the White Paper; and whether he was discussing the question of Jewish immigration into Palestine, or of sale of land by Arabs to Jews, or of the new constitution, his refrain was always that in his opinion the measures proposed harmonized with the provisions of the Mandate granted to Great Britain by; the League of Nations. He insisted that critics who (Continued on Page Eight), j



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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1939 • i I Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page Three) pet in today, you're lucky if you get in tomorrow". .. Even tho Eddie tried to explain to the guard that he had to get in to the Fai r to make a speech Mr. Whalen's minion wouldn't let him in. insisting that Cantor needed a special pass—which he didn't have. Finally Eddfle's pfrsistence made him ask: "Who are you, anyway?" "I'm Eddie Cantor," was the reply, and as further identification the comedian rolled his eyes in his characteristic fashion. But all this elicited was a sympathetic comment from the guard: "If you feel sick, you'd better sit down for a while" Eddie finally did get in, and had lunch with 250 women at the Cafe Tel Aviv, where he was given a special cake bearing a model of the Palestine Pavilion in white icing, yum-yum. %  This' was in honor of his and Ida's silver wedding, concerning which Eddie said: "For twenty-five years I've been a husband to Ida, but I never thought she was a real wife to me until three years ago, when she became interested in the Youth Aliyah. When you're married to some one you txpect her to be interested in yourself and your family, all five of 'em, but she takes on stature when she becomes interested in things outside of the family" .. %  And this was no gag, either. ., Incidentally, the reason why Ed-: die's entertainment at the White House reception for the British King and Queen was cancelled was that he insisted on mentionioning the closed gates of Palestine during his funny monologue—and of course that wouldn't do. THIS AND THAT The Rev. William C Kernan of the Bayonne. N. J., Episcopalian Church is carrying on a one-man campaign against Coughlinism and other subversive anti-Semitic movements in America. He is becoming one of the country'* most prominent radio speakers, and has been drawing large audiences for his addresses in Detroit, Philadelphia, New York, Chicago and Boston. The reyised Nazi list of Americans scheduled for concentration camp when Hitler "takes over" the Vnited States includes, in the METROPOLITAN MASQUE BEHIND THE FOOTLIGHTS AND ON THE AIR By (Earl Foreman) order given: Mayor La Guardia of New York, Walter Wir.chell, Dorothy Thompson, Secretary Harold Ickes and—believe it or not—Fritz Kuhn, who knows too much. The Nazi press insists that the most ecstatic accounts of the British royal couple'3 visit to this country w2re written by Jewish newspaper men. Winchell comments that he didn't know that the Herald-Tribune'; Joe Driscoll's r?al name was Driscolsky. The Nazis, by the way, are so afraid of freedom that all members of the crew*, That Edd,e G R.nson w '" of German ships entering Amer-I back t0 clean U P in Bi Town ican ports, including the hig). of-' !" >' 0U Jloudspeakers next fall. ficers, are pledged not to read Benny Goodman s brother, Irving. .my American papers while on is '""in* Benny's band to join another swing outfit. A wealthy Texan is backing the International Casino at $4,500 per WE HEAR FROM THE MOB our shores. ABOUT PEOPLE day nick in his bankroll, as ruHollywood, which specializes in mored here. But it's worth it | everything, has profess i o n a 1 to see Milt Berle and Harry ; screamers, used in those blood-, Richman perform there. Max[ curdling mystery thrillers. >e Baer will make a movie shortThe most sought after of these >>"• • • he departed for the coast screamers is Sarah S^hwaitz, yesterday. A lot of that coin who discovered her talent when he garnered in the Nova fight she was actually trapped in a fire I went into a trust fund for his at Universal studios. The last of the great German actors, who until recently managed to sthy in Germany, is cnroute to Ame-ica now. ... He is Albert Basserman, an Aryan, and one of Reirchardt's stars. Max Reinhardt's services, by the way, are badly needed by Elizabeth Bergner, who was directed to outstanding success by him, but whose latest film is a flop. • • Congratulations to Pearl Levison on her marriage to Ephriam London. Pearl, in case you've forgotten, won that $1,000 award for the best World's Fair poem. • And Mazel-Tov to Professor Jekuthiel Ginsburg, editor of Scripta Mathematica, Yeshiva College journal, for the latest of the Scripta series of mathemati baby. Al Jolson and Eddie Cantor are in adjoining suites at the Sherry-Nethirlands here. They may do a Broadway musical together this fall. GRIM JEST Jackie Osterman, passed away in Atlantic City. He was a great comic. His name didn't burn as brightly along the horizon of fame as did those of Jolson, Jessel and Cantor, but nevertheless he had that spark of talent that generated laughter every time he wanted to do so by his inane chatter and mannerism. The main reason that success never overtook him was because of his pleasure in drink_i ,., ..., %  mg to excess. Liquor consumed cal monographs. It's entitled .-,.,. too much of his time and money "Fabre and Mathematics" and is j by Profesor Lao Genevra Simons of Hunter College Meyer Berger, World's Fair columnist of th3 New York Times, who looks like a Yeshiva Bochur, staTted out in life as a professional boxer. It's symptomatic of the and subsequently his life. We saw him just before he left on his last trip to the Jersey resort. Someone had ironically mentionSimon Hevesi, Chief Rabbi of Hungary, received the honorary annealing qualities of adversity j deKree of Doctor of Hebrew Let that representatives of such op-. ters at the Commencnient Exposed forces in Jewish life a daeB of the Jewish Theolo|fical Rabbis David Philipson and Sam-, Seminary of America on June 4. uel Schulman, long foes of Zion-1 ism, were seen hobnobbing with Isaac Carmel, Zionist and direc( ference. Inspired by the suctor of organization of the Amer[ cess of the Hot and Swing verican Jewish Congress, at Washington recently, where the Rabbis were attending their annual consions of "The Mikado," Irving Cahn is now busy writing a "Hot Hamlet" .... ed that reports were then being circulated of Osterman's death by suicide. "Yeah," he commented grimly, "they're probably -, v ing that I drowned myself i n liquor." • YOUR PATRONAGE IS GREATLY APPRECIATED: YOUR FRIENDSHIP A MOST VALUED ASSET! CONSHlNr JI RVK L HONE 2-1141 ^^0OiewiislhlFll€inidliidiin 21 S.W. 2nd Ave. Miami. Printer and Publishers