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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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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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VOL. 12. --NO. 25
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1939
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Nazis Strengthening CIVIC LEAGUE
"Protectorate" Control SPONSORS GALA
J, I.!. BENEFIT
ISSUE SWEEPING DECREES CHINA REFUGEE
COLONY PLAN
HELD UNLIKELY
Z. O. A. APPROVES
3 POINT PROGRAM
Prague, (WNS)Baron Kon-
stantiiv von Ni'urath, Gorman
Prut' 'tor for Bohemia and Mora-
Chungking, (WNS) A plan
fnU 'tor for Bohemia and .Mora- ,,,,.,.,, i v i
1 for colonizing 100,000 Jewish and
ria. issued a decree sharplv cur- ,, _*_. c
* other refugees from Europe in
tailing the participation of Jews .... .,
' ( hina s undeveloped southwest, as
in the commercial life of the pro- propoged ,,v Jacob Ber(,las
te and placing all their G?rman ^^ ,n(h|stria,is. an(i
holiness activities directly under
Ma ntrol. Under the decree
n ire forbidden to acquire or
eas>- real estate or to acquire any
ight- in it. They are denied the
right to acquire an interest in
S undertakings or to pur
philanthropist now residing in
Shanghai ,was given little hope
of materialisation following an
announcement by a Chinese gov-
ernment spoV'sman W80 said that
O Titian Jewish refugees might
find homes and occupations in the
interior of China, but that the.
. .,... ... ...^ .._..----. _...... number who could be taken
of th3 protectorate by July 81 Wonld not exceed a few thousand.!
a!! bjectfl of gold, silver or plat-
bu!
tkl stocks and bonds. They
mu~- report to the National Bank
inum in their possession, as well
as precious stones and pearls.
The buying, selling or pawning
cf those items is forbidden by
Jews. Approximately 200,000
till be affected by the decree.
Meanwhile Jews intensified their
efforts to find refuge abroad as
the result of Nazi decrees desigrr-
ed to eliminate them from busi-
ness, industry and banking.
In a statement made to the,
press at Shanghai, Berglas said
the Chinese government was pre-I
pared, on certain conditions, to
permit 100,000 immigrants to en-
ter China with the same rights I
of residerl e and occupation as
Chinese citizens. These immi-
grants were to be settled in the
Yunnan province, bordering on
French Indo-China and Burma, a
territory little developed ami of-
fering unique opportunity for.
Transfer of Jewish property cnterpris \ according to Berglas.
without, governmental consent This statement, however, was
wa- prohibited and Jewish bank ruied out by a government spokes-
deposits were tied up. Pressure man wn saj,i that because of the
continued for further anti-Jewish Chinese hinterland's low standard
m ires. Jewish leaders esti- 0f living and social conditions.
Mated that more than 21,000 Jews relatively few pi ifessional ami
had fled from Bohemia Moravia technical men could be absorb d,
lince September. Marry Jews at| there was little possibility of
n discharged from government huilding a large colony in the
if- In addition to stopping Yunnan province.
th ight of Jewish capital, the Communications from Shang-
| ment prohibited the export aj reveal that at the end of
'f wiry, expensive furs and June, Shanghai, already faced
Other valuables by Jews. < ith wartime problems of Chi-
.. n'se refugees ami industrial stag
The measures give von Neuratn .,, u ............
complet control and final au-
thority on the Jewish question.
completely discarding a
bill recently drafted by a Nation-
al Un tj Party committee which
propus ,1 to
nati in, will have a European
i -fugee population of 13,000 most I
'''snon' Iv Jewish, all of whom arrived in
' the last six months. Th.' refu-
gees are still coming in i
y committee wn.cn ^ of ^ ^^ taxing )o.
transfer gradually Jew||h nilantnropic orKaniza
th- control of Jewish property (o thp ^ of .
and industry to Czech hands over,
s four-year period. The von
Neurath decree, however, scotch-
Featured at the All-Star Vau-
deville Slum- sponsored by the
Civic League of Miami Beach at
Flamingo Park Tuesday evening.
July 4th, will be night club and
entertainment talent from the en-
tire Greater Miami area. Ches-
ter Alexander, Dan Fitch and Sid
White, well-known local show-
men are making arrangements
for the entertainment features.
Admission charged will be forty
cent" per person and the entire
proceeds will be donated to the!
fund to assist the coming Jewish
War Veterans National Conven*
tion to be held in Miami in Au-
gust. Present indications arc
that the Beach Park will be tax-
ed to capacity to accommodate,
the large crowds who have al-
ready made ticket purchases.
Tickets are available at the com-,
mittee headquarters at 757 Wash-;
ington Avenue, Miami Beach.
'"The coming Convention of the
Jewish War Veterans is not;
merely their affair, but is a com- ]
munity project which we, in the;
Civic League, are proud to as-|
sist," said Benjamin Cohen and
Carl Gardner, co-chairmen, in a
statement issued by the Commit-
tee. "Our organization feels that
this Convention, which will at-
tract some 20,000 veterans 'rom
all over the country to Miami in
August, deserves our support a* ,i
civic venture second to none in
advertising the entertainment and
re national facilities of the Mi-
ami area. The response to date
from veteran organizations, fra-
ternal bodies, social and service
clubs in the area to our appeal
for co-operation towards making
this show a success has been ex-
tremely gratifying. We can as-
sure every ticket purchaser that
on the evening of th.' Fourth he
will be offered a $25.00 show for
40c. Every cent paid by him for
a ticket will be turned over to,
th.' Veteran's Convention fund."
New York, (WNS )--Charging
that the "stoppage of Jewish im-
migration to Palestine and r
strictions upon the sale of land
to Jews are "morally and legally
indefensible," a resolution pledg-
ing "unalterable opposition" to
the British White Paper on Pal?s-
tir.v was unanimously adopted by
the delegates.
"The White Pap.-r is a violation
of British pledges made to the
Jewish people and trustingly re
lied upon by them," th? resolu-
tion stated. "It is a repudiation
of high obligations which
were assumed under th'1 Balfour
Declaration and th.' Palestine
Mandate. It is a breach of cov-
enant which was openly arrived
at and knowingly and voluntarily
undertaken. The proposed stop-
page of immigration and restric-
tions upon the sale of land in
Palestine are morally and legally
indefensible. They constitute an
arbitrary and illegal abuse of;
power against a people in dire
necessity at a time of unparall-
eled tragedy."
In another resolution the or-
ganization pledged "continued
moral ami financial support" to
the Jews in Palestine. The res-
olution expressed "firm solidar-
ity' 'of the Zionist Organization
of America with the Palestine
Jewry and admiration for the j
"s If-discipline exercised by the
Jews of Palestine throughout the
yi a is of Arab terror." The con- |
\-litinn also voted confidence in
the leadership of Dr. Chaim Weiz-1
mann. president of the World
Zionist Organization, and his as-
sociates on the Executive of that
body. "They have presented and)
defended the Jewish position with j
admirable dignity and courage,"
the resolution declared. "We
pledge to Dr. Weizmann and the
World Zionist Executive our full-
est support."
air services must he vigorously
developed. (2)We must con-
centrate all our energies on de-
feating any administrative re-
gime designed to stifle the growth
of the National Home by subject-
ing it to Arab domination. (8)
We must intensify our efforts to-
ward convincing public opinion
throughout the world, particular-
ly in England and America, of
the moral, legal and practical un-
tenability of Britain's new policy
in Palestine."
haustion.
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8 the Cj ch plan of preventing RETURN OF DEFENSE
property from being transferred
to German hands.
Although the decree does not
deal with >;her aspects of Jewish
Participation in Czech life. "Ary-
nization" of the professions, in-
dustrial institutions and boards
of directors has been proceeding
rapidly. The decree makes it
tompulsoij for Jews to obtain
the written consent of the Reich-
*protector to carry on business-
There is a tendency on the part
of Jewish circles here to with-
hold judgment on the decree.
**ny of its paragraphs, it is felt,
*r* intended to counter moves
**1 have been taken since last
Mrch by Czechs and Jews to
prevent "Aryanization" from
turning into the surrender of
kwh property into German
Prague Jews In
Constant Terror
WEAPONS IS BEGUN
Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agen-
cy)The expectation that wea-
pons assigned to colonies for de-
fense and removed in the past
week by the authorities would be
returned was strengthened when
forty reserve rifles recently tak
en from the eastern Emek settle-
ment were restored to them.
The announcement was made
that the Jordan Valley settle-
ments, also punished by the re
moval of arms because of a burst
of terrorism which the Govern
their firearms returned this week,
with the likelihood that the wea-
pons taken from all the other
settlements would be brought
back shortly.
The curfew imposed on the
Achva quarter of Tiberias was
ordered removed.
London. (WNS) Rl i a b 1 e
sources from Prague revealed
' that sweeping measures and de
i crees designed to strip Jews of
all their property and completely
eliminate them from the economic
and cultural life of the "Protec-
' torate" of Bohemia-Moravia fol
lowed a Nazi "cold" pogrom in
, Maerisch-Ostrau, Bruenn and
other cities where the German
I population was large, forcing
Jews to flee to those cities where
Czechs were predominant. Hun-
dreds of Jews held in the "Spiel-
berg" dungeon in Bruenn were
subjected to tortures and brutal-
ities.
Throughout the Nazi "protec-
torate" scenes reminiscent of the
Spanish Inquisition were being
enacted particularly on Friday
Continued on Page Five)
Jewish Agency Heads Say
Jews Can Overcome New
British Policy
Expressing the conviction that
the Jews can defeat Great Bri-
tain's new policy in Palestine, the
Executive of the Jewish Agency
for Palestine, in a cable from
Jerusalem to the convention of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, presents a three-point plan
of activity which it calls upon
the Jews of the world to carry
out with "extraordinary efforts."
"American Zionists," the cable
declares, "meet at a moment ^f
unprecedented gravity. We are
deeply convinced that the Jewish
people are able to defeat the new-
policy in Palestine and that our
historic effort will triumph." The
three-points propose that: (1)
"Immigration must be pursued
with utmost energy, colonization
and land purchase continued with
the greatest possible speed and
the economic Structure rendered
impregnable for any emerg my
Jewish defense, agrfulture, in-
dustry, transport, maritime
and
Indorse Million Dollar Loan
For Land Purchase
Endorsement! of a million-dollar
interest-bearing loan floated by
the Jewish National Fund for
land purchase in Palestine was
embodied in resolution, urging
individuals and organizations to
subscribe to the loan, half of
which, it was said, has already
been subscribed to.
The resolution added: "We
further declare it to be the sac-
red duty of all Zionists to help
mobolize Jewish capital for the
redemption of all available land
in Palestine as a National Jewish
possession, providing footholds
for current and future immigra-
tion and for safeguarding th?
frontiers of the Jewish National
Home.
Express Sorrow At Loss Of
Eminent Scholar
On learning of the death Tues-
day of Professor Israel Davidson,
of the J wish Theological Semi-
nary, delegates at the convention
expressed their "profound sor-
row" at the Toss of the eminent
scholar. Dr. Solomon Goldman
said of him: "His monumental,
scholarly works to rest, re and
preserve the precious literary
treasures of our people have en-
riched the life and culture of Is-
rael and have placed hi.- name
among the unperishable annals
of Jewry."
Dr Solomon Goldman was un-
animously re-elected president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica Monday by the 1,000 dele-
gates attending the forty-secono
annual convention of the organi-
zation in the Hotel Commodore.
Dr. Goldman was the only can-
didate named by the nominating
committee, of which Ezra Sha-
piro, of Cl?veland, was chairman.
The uncontested election was
marked by extraordinary enthu-
siasm.
All other officers were also re-
elected. They are: vice-presi-
dents, Dr. Harry Friedenwald, of
Baltimore; Louis Lipsky, Judge
Julian W. Mack, Judge Morris
Rothenberg, David Szold and Dr.
Stephen S. Wise, all of New
York; chairman of the adminis-
trative committee, Judge Louis
E. Levinthal, of the Court of
Common Pleas, Philadelphia, Pa.;
honorary secretary, tadwig Lew-
isohn; treasurer, Morris Wen-
berg of New York, and chairman
of the finance committee, Louis
P. Rocker, of New York.


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PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JUNE an
TO VISIT
IN NORTH
Mrs. N. Pritzker will leave
June 30th by train for New York
and Connecticut where she will
remain for a two months stay
visiting relatives and friends.

TO SPONSOR
PICNIC
The Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation will hold their an-
nual all-day picnic Sunday, July 2
at Hardie's Casino, 1st Street and
Oc.'an Drive, Miami Beach. Lunch
and dinner will be served from
11:30 A. M. to 7:00 P. M. Full
course dinners, cold salads, deli-
cacies, drinks, cakes and fruit
will be served. All members and
friends are cordially invited to
attend.
3I
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
LEAVES
FOR NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. Morton S. Fagan
and daughter/ Sunshine, left
Thursday by auto for Parksvillc,
N. Y., where they will visit rel-
atives and friends. While in the
North they will visit the World's
Fair in New York City. They
will return the latter part of the
summer.
WEDDING TO
TAKE PLACE
The marriage of Miss Muriel
J. Marshall, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Marshall, of Spring
field, Mass., to Robert Lear, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund A Leer,
of Miami, will take place Sunday
afternoon, July 2 at 5:30 P. M.,
at the Tides Hotel. Rabbi Abra-
ham A. Kellner will officiate.
The bride will be attended by -,,. j
Mr. and Mrs. Max Matz of
Bluefield, W. Va., have adopted
a three months baby daughter,
which they have named Susan
Jane. Mrs. Matz was formerly
Miss Norma Marcus, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Marcus of
Miami.
Miss Lillian Jurist, her aunt, of
Springfield, Mass., as maid of
honor. Mr. William Pallot will
b? best man. A reception will
follow the ceremony. Out of
town guest attending is Mrs. Sam
Goldstein, of Bethlehem, Pa.

RETURNS TO
NEW YORK
Dr. Sol Klotz left the city Mon-
day for his home in New York
after visiting in Miami with his
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Mann.

MARRIAGE
TAKES PLACE
The marriage of Miss Norma
Helen Schlefstein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schlefstein
of Miami Beach and Ozone Park,
L. I., and Herbert Murray Cohen,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cohen
of Miami B?ach, took place June
18th at Richmond Hill, L. I. The
bride was attended by her sister.
Miss Rita Schlefstein as maid of
honor. Perry C. Cohen of Miami
Beach was best man. The couple
arrived in Miami Beach last week
where they will reside.
BAR MITZVAH
The Bar Mitzvah of Myron
Leavitt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Leavitt, will take place Saturday,
July 1 at the Beth David Syna-
gogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
address the boy and Myron will
recite the Haftoro. All rel-
atives and friends are cordially
invited to attend.

SPECIAL EXAMINATION
TO BE HELD
A special examination for the
position of district director of
the State Welfare Board will be
held in Jacksonville in July, ac-
cording to information received
by Mrs. Bernard Simon, publicity
chairman of the District Welfare
Board. The date has not yet
been set. The deadline for filing
applications for the special exam-
ination is midnight June 30'
The regular examination for dis-
trict director, unit supervisor,
and visitor will be held August
26 as previously announced. Ap-
plication blanks may be obtained
at the office of the District Wel-
fare Board, 31 N. E. First Street.
RETURNS FROM
! CONVENTION
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Both
David Congregation will return
to the city Friday from New York
where he attended the National
Zionist Convention held June 25fh
and 26th as a delegate of the
Miami Zionist Chapter.
LEAVES FOR
CAMP
Miss Carolyn Tannenbaum,
daughter of Mr- and Mrs. I. Tan-
nenbaum, left Friday morning f'r
Camp Wohelo, in the Blue Ridge
Mountains, where she will remain
for the summer.
WALTER LEAR
Son of Dr. and Mrs. K. C.
Lear of Miami Beach, was
awarded a scholarship to Har-
vard University. This scholar-
ship was won on the basis of
Walter's high school record,
the references given by his
teachers and his marks on
special scholarship examina-
tions. Walter is planning to
take a pre-medical course at
Harvard.
ART CLASSES
TO BE HELD
VISIT IN
NORTH CAROLINA
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector are
visiting in Hendersonville, \lrt(,
Carolina, where they will
for several weeks.

ALL DAY PICNIC
TO BE HELD
Emunah Chapter will -
their annual all-day picni TJe.,.
day, July 4th at Hardie's
Miami B.'ach. Luncheon ai
ner will be served. Mi
Bacher is general cha
Mrs. Minnie Bngler is in harje
of foods assisted by M ,:,.<
Jack Wucher, Florence i;
A. J. Tobin, Leo Meyer ai I I, i,_
Reisman. All member
friends are invited to a

INSTALLATION-
TAKES PLACE
Newly elected officer- f
nior Hadassah were insl
a candlelight ceremony at
mal banquet Monday >
Fassa's Restaurant. M -
Lutsky. honorary preside)
nior Hadassah, was th-
officer.
Miss Ida Safer introdui Mrs.
Lutsky, who was also
tress for the evening. M ;>,
The art class held each week Simonhoff, president of
in Flamingo Park, Miami Beach, dssah, spoke, and Mrs. A F.
are sponsored by the Recreational; Frel,ch Panted a hll" '
Division of the City of Miami j sa^
Beach, J. B. Lemon, director.
The Saturday morning classes
are restricted to children under
Junior High School age, and s-e
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Mr. J. B. Lemon, Recreation il
Dircteor^ says that the best
will be pla.cd on exhibit in the
Miami Beach Public Library and
Art Center in the fall.
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
ELECTS OFFICERS
At the regular meeting of the
Workmen's Circle Branch 692, el
ection of officers was held. Mr.
Louis Marcus was elected chair-
man; Mr. Ben Silver, secretary of
finance; Mr. M. Jacobs, recording
secretary; Mr. David Gross,
treasurer; and Mr. Boris Rifkin.
hospitaler. Those elect?d to the
executive board were Mr. A. Sol-
omon, Mr. H. David. Mr. and
Mrs. H. Seitlin, Mr. and Mrs. M.jbut the instruction is
Segal, Mr. and Mrs. S. Kahn. 'charge.
Mrs. Ben Silver, Mrs. B. Rifkin,i
Mrs. M. Jacobs and Mrs. Levin
son- Mrs. Levenson and Mr,
*Boris Rifkin were elected dele-
gates to th- twentieth South-
Eastern Conference which will le
held Labor Day at Birmingham, I
Ala. Regular meetings of tiii ;
organization are held the set md
and fourth Thursdays of each
month at the Beth David p.udi
torium.
MARRIAGE NUPTIALS
TO BE PERFORMED
The marriage of Miss Ann. tt.
Wechsler, daughter of Mrs. Dors
Wechsler of Miami Beach, and
Samuel W. Shapiro of Miami, son
of Mrs. Nathan Hurewitz of
Fort Lauderdale, will take place
Sunday, July 2nd at 5:30 P. M. at
the Alcazar Hotel. A reception
will follow at 8:30 P. M.
Miss Wechsler has been a resi-
dent of Miami for the past fif-
teen years and was graduated
from Ida M. Fisher High School
and attended the University of
Miami. Mr. Shapiro was gradu-
ated from the University of
Florida.
Classes are held every Tuesday
and Thursday afternoons at 2:00
P. M. and Saturdays at 10:00 A.
M. Life sketching and portrait| de.,.'_,!^e;pre8idents:
painting is taught Tuesday after-
noons ami outdoor sketching on
Thursday afternoons, by Emigdio
Reyes. These classes are re-
stricted to persons of Junior High
School age and over.
Inducted into office wi r Miss
Jeanette Kronenfelil. pn
Miss Betty Lasky, Miss
B.'rnstein and Miss Tru Ban-
M. Rita
Pearlman, corresponding
tary; Miss Gertrude Schaff, re-
cording secretary; Miss ilyn
Klein, financial secretary Mr-
AI Barkowitz, treasure]; Miss
Harriet Damenstein, hi-:>r:an;
Mrs. William Berson. librarian.
The Board of Director-
of Miss Faye Engel, Mrs. A E.
Frelich, Mrs. Davis La hoviB, |
taught comic-cartoon drawing by Mrs. Marx Feinberg, Mrs E.
Jack Crum, and outdoor sketch-
ing by Emigdio Reyes.
Three instructors are furnished
through the courtesy of the WPA
Federal Art Projects. All those
attending the classes are request
ed to bring their own material.
free of
Roth and Miss Hanna Ma
Mrs. Irving Querido, n|
president, presented the
Miss Kronenfeld.
The tenth anniversary
nior Hadassah was also
ed. Among the past pn
Junior Hadassah attendii
Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, first pi
Mi>s liana Mack, Mr
Grossman and Miss Ida
work done jn the summer classes Past Presidents not presi
Mrs. Jennie Rot fort. Mis
Rayvis and Miss Beatrice
blank.
i
Ann
TO VISIT
IN NORTH
Marcie and Charles Adelman
left Thursday morning by train
for Hagerstown, Md., where they
will attend the wedding of their
cousin. While in the North thoy
will visit in Washington, Balti-
more, Philadelphia and see the
New York World's Fair.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1939
VOLUME 12.NUMBER 25
PAGE THREE
DR. SOLOMON GOLDMAN
UnanimoUbly re-elected presi-
dent of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, at the forty-
second annual convention of
the Organization.
AMERICANISM
Anti Jewish feeling in America, dished up by Moseley,
Coughln -Deatherage and company, is the result of a contag-
ion whii b knows no borders and is purely of foreign origin.
Tht ws of reformation which swept this country following
the war of 1812, which had its roots in the disavowal of Eu-
ropean i ilture as being something to be entirely forgotten,
and the leeling of patriotism, which took hold of a substantial
portion f the citizens of America, seems to have let itself be
spent and today we are becoming more susceptible to Europ-
ean exidiency, hatreds, propaganda, Anti-Semitism and its
Europea: conceived sponsoring partner, Fascism, through the
expedi.; y of propaganda of the most unobtrusive but deadly
sort, is ieing foisted on the people of the United States. It is
t product, not of native ignorance, but of Nazi ingenuity.
Tne desire to be free of European culture in order to give
growth to an expression of American freedom through a na-
tive culture, was strong in the years which followed the War
of 1812 What the people of this nation need do today is to
resoivt to rededicate themselves to a disavowal of present-day
Europe;!;, philosophies which are entirely foreign to the phil-
osophies of our founding fathers. Rugged individualism may
be {rownod upon as being a part of the growth of a young
nation and something which should be shed in riper and
maturer years, but hatred is no respecter of wisdom and un-
reasonable hatreds are not to be tolerated.
This country is a nation of tolerant, peace-loving people
whose ideal! are aptly expressed in their constitution. The
United S: ites of America has always tried to entertain friendly
relations with its neighbors, but when there is an attempt to
impose upon this country a philosophy antagonistic to our
own. and to disseminate an ideology which is basicly un-Amer
can. the:, we are of necessity forced to the. decision. We will
have none of it.
N. Z. (). Issues
Statement of Policy
of a statement of
ie New Zionist Organ-
America made by Dr.
'' Rose, president, were
ling of the Immediate
of Dr. Chaini Weiz-
resident of the Jewish
Agtn y r the primary reason
t r.. has led Zionism glorious-
8 surrender to anoth-
fr maxed by the MacDonald
"MU ,.r. Weizmann's resig-
nal": hi said, would pave the
**>" f"r a new regime in Zion-
lsm thereby indicating to the
witah Government and the world
,hat 'i'-' Jewish people will no
'ongtr ti :. rate either inadequate
Wtesmanship on behalf of our
H&ht- or the continuous disregard
* them, and that the New Zion-
" Organisation hopes to win
dwpread support for those
Waeiples and policies which
^nir Jabotinsky, the late Jac-
0(1 dt Haas and others have
during the
and which
in Zionism have fully jus-
sought to advance
past Beveral years,
events
tifii'.I.
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
BROADCAST NEWS
Its because they don't want to provide the slightest ex-
cuse for a repetition ol the 1914 invasion that the Belgian au-
thorities put an end to the broadcasting of anti-Nazi German
news programs from their territory. The taking over of
the important Czech radio station at Melnik is only a routine
matter in the Nazi campaign to rule the air waves .... In
addition to regular six-hour daily short-wave broadcasts, main-
ly in English, directed at North America, the Berlin Broad-
casting House has regular programs that it sends to Brazil in
Portugese, to other South and Central American countries in
Spanish, and to African and Asiatic countries in various lan-
guages, including Arabic.....That these efforts have not
been entirely in vain is shown by, among other things, the fact
that last month Germany's exports exceeded those of the
month before by ten per cent .... And it is the infiltration
of Nazi ideas into Mexico that is largely responsible for the
precautionssuch as building a ten-foot wall around his house
that Leon Trotsky feels it necessary to take for his own
safety.....
HERE'S NEWS
"Socialism is the obligation of all for nil, a goal for our
whole nation'- is a quotation not from Lenin or Trotsky or
Karl .Marx, but from none other than Adolf Hitler. ... It is
being widely used by the Nazi propaganda office nowadays in
an attempt t<> capture liberal and radical elements in other
lands.....\s part of the Nazi campaign in this country all
teachers of German recently received a beautifully illustrated.
well-bound book describing the Reich as Gabby Goebbels
would like ua to think it is"a land of* work, of peace and
joy" .... Not a word about concentration camps or Nurem-
berg laws, not even the shadow of a diatribe against Jews, no
mention of the Niemoellers and Ossietzkys. But there are
some cracks about the "former world powers" that have been
trying to cramp Naziland's style.....
TALE TALE DEP'T
This story, coming from Italy, tells more than any detailed
news dispatch could about how Italians feel about Hitler. .
As relayed by Winchell the tale runs as follows. ... It seems
that Hitler had a very good Jewish friend, and when he
started his campaign of persecution he sought out this friend
and said: "Now, you're a good friend, but for goodness' sake
don't stick around here or I'll have to kill you. Here's
2,000 marks to get out of Germany."-------And so the Jewish
..nth.1. in his exhuberane'e! friend went.....But when Hitler l"**"^*"**
the boat ride sponsored by found his old friend living there. Hitler gave him another
2 000 marks and told him to beat it-------The same thing hap-
pened in Czechoslovakia, and later in Memel. Hitler was
beside himself to learn that every place he went,ho found his
old Jewish friend. ... So in Memel Hitler said: "Now for the
last time, here's 2,000 marks. Now get out! But remember
what I'm telling you-don't go to Trieste!".....,
B'NAI B'RITH
BRIEFS
By SIDNEY L. SEGALL
Sholem Lodge's Boat Ride will
have taken place when the reader
receives a copy of this newspa-
per. Your reporter predicts that
the boat will have had a capacity
crowd, that there will have been
many a fish fed improperly but
well, that the "Moon Over Mia-
mi" will have done its duty, that
the Brothers of the Lodge, their
wives and "heart throbs" will
have thoroughly enjoyed a swell
party, that the boat ride will
have been a tremendous success
and that it will not, (we hope)
have been a boat ride to end all
boat r'des!
---------B---------
In connection with the subject
matter mentioned in the previous
paragraph, your reporter gives
you and offers for your approval
and enjoyment the scoop of the
month: We have it on good au-
thoritv that Brother Dr. A.
We believe that the for
of the N '/ O. in warning Zion-
ists and non-Zionist- everywhere
has b en vindicated, and that the '
time has come for a realignment
,,f forces und< i I
the N<-w Zionist Organization,
advocating unreserved adherence
t,. the program of Herzlian Zion-
ism, leading to the establishment
f a Jewish State on the ba
a Jewish majority on both sides
of the Jordan. The unqualified
fulfillment of the Palestine Man-
date under the auspices of the
League of Nations, as a solemn
covenant, publicly entered into by
the nations of the world, and cn-
the United States of
Sholem Lodge, (scheduled Thurs-
day, June 29th.) prepared him-
self and spouse for the occasion
and proceeded to drive to the
City Pocks and arrived there ex-
actly one week in advance, to-
wit: Thursday. June 22ml instead.
Was his face red! It's O. K.
Hue." provided you don't miss
the event altogether on the late
- for the occasion<
---------B---------
Your writer understands
Brother Dr Harold Hand sol
number "f tickets fur the
ride. Congratulations,
work, Brother Harold.
a
'>oat
N i c e
It
to make a social function
a slice. --.
YOU SHOULD KNOW
The Revisionists propose the following slate for a tr.um-
,irat0 ,endership to replace Dr. Weizmann: David Ben Gurion
pinehns Rttenberg and Vladimir Jabotnsky........We predict,
h,fver, that even if Weizmann .Iocs resign-and i looks very
h
much as
lake hi
it' be
place........Tin
B-
Thc membership drive is pro-
gressing along steadily so we are
informed. We should soon kr-w
the exact status of the campaign.
The goal must be reached. One
thousand Sholem Lodge members
before the end of the summer to
: expecting too much.
of 1930, the Partition Plan of
1937. and of other abortive pro-
posal of Great Britain. The con-
i as a betrayer of the
Bople any Jew who eith-
America in -he Anglo-Saxon Con Jewh p. ( ^
vention of 1924 is being asked er off.ialrp ^^
for, and the MacDonald White; h.S signs* u or g
Paper of 1939 is being rejected to the
unreservedly, even as the opposi-
tion and achievement of the rejec-
tion
will- Jabotinsky will not be one of those who
General.Zionists of Palestine and the
who are definitely set on fightmgj^eizmann, are
~......\C^X^"maaUe sure they will b.**
plenty of time for the New Year holidays.....
York.dramatic.critics who enjoyed .the
at the Music Box Thoa-
si
Congress
congn (rations in
world's champion boxer, has on
who
Catholic
told, ar
fighters against
prohibited from standing
7*s; ;;; w *.......-*
united and
ken front in opposition to B,
and insistence upon a
unbro
tered the front ranks of the
ti-Semitism. People, we're
on the balcony of the Brit-
there's danger of its collaps-
t .Z .,t m Z arts* w -*
in Flushing!..... -,
(Continued on Page Six)


PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIaN
FRIDAY, JUNE
Strictly Confidential
(Continued from Page Three)
THIS AND THAT
Danton Walker, rsliable Broad-
way columnist, insists that there
have been two attempts on the
life of Eduard Benes since he has
come to this country. Now you
will understand why Dr. Ben?s
is constantly escorted by well-
trained body-guards. Coming
to our shores in the near future
is Brazil's Chief of Staff Gomes
Mont?rio, an admirer of totali-
tarianism, who none the less
Key West Notes
Services of the B'nai Zion Con-
gregation Friday evening, June
23rd were conducted by Rabbi L
Lehrer. Following the services
the anniversaries of the president
of the congregation and his wife,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Pearlman, and
Mr. and Mrs Charles Aronovitz,
a surprise party was given by
Mrs. Holtsberg at the home of
the Pearlmans.
Friday evening, June 30'h and
Saturday morning, the Bar Mitz-
wants to watch democracy at vahs of Jack Appel son of Mr
work. There will be an in- j and Mrs. R. Appei and Eugene
ternational exposition in Rome in] Berkowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
1942, but you may bet your last
dime that no Jewish Palestine
Pavilion will be permitted to
stand there.....We wonder
M. E. Berkowitz will be celebrat-
ed. The boys will conduct the
entire service with Jack reading
the Hebrew and Eugene the E.ng-
whether the German railroads, Hsh. Separate speeches will be
can substantiate their claim that
more Americans visited Naziland
given by the boys and the charge
by Rabbi L. Lehrer. Certificates
president, Mr. Pearlman. A re-
ception will follow the services
at the home of the Rabbi.
during 1938 than any other coun-! will be presented to them by the
try ... A standard joke in Ger-
many nowadays is that when a
hausfrau wants to purchase a
tongue from the butcher she asks
for a Goebbels. The tribula-
tions of Fritz Kuhn as potential
jail fodder will be topped before
long by three other Bund offi-
cials, who will be charged with
embezzlement. Now that his
named Hitler for sale. The
Nazi consul objected, and the
pony's name was changed.....
"Gaelicianer" is what Ernest L.
Meyer affectionately calls San
Francisco's Albert M. Bender,
admirers have presentedJew-ha't-1 Dub''nborn patron of art, litera-
er Streicher with an ancient Tor- turo and liberal causes, who can
ah scroll we hope he'll take time ,aIk both Hcbrcw a"d Gaelic flu-
out to read Leviticus xix, 13-18.' ontly- We're told that Jane
.....That's the passage Fremart- the warbler, stutters so
which starts with the injunction j badly that she has <'iff'lty >n
"Thou shalt not oppress thy' parr>'inK on an ordinary conversa-
Tieighbor, nor rob him" and closes I tion' though not a trace of it
with "thou shalt love thy neigh- aPPears in her singing. Dan-
bor as thyself" .
ABOUT PEOPLE
As we predicted quite a num-
ber of months ago. New York
iel Frohman, the grand old man
of the American theatre, who |
isn't around very much these
days, is said to be losing his
sight. The wife of John
Gunther, whose latest opus, "In-
C.ty Councilman George Backer, side Asia," is setting new sales
has become the publisher of the' records, is not only a daughter
New York Post. Possessed of j 0f rsrae1, but a most ardent zion.
perhaps the largest store of in-1 ist. Those who are angry at
formation lodged in the mind of Sigmund Freud for having pub-
a single individual is Herbert Hshed his "Moses and Monothe-
Bayard Swope, whose friends ism" now, a book in which Freud
claim there ain't no question the tries to prove that Moses was an
former editor can't answer. Egyptian and not a Jew, forget
Dove-dancer Rosita Royce has
given the name Hitler to one of
her pigeonsbecause he has a
most unpleasant nature, always
fighting with the other birds of
her flock. Which reminds us
of the government-owned Manila
stock farm that advertised a colt
CHESEI) SHEI,
EMETH MEETS
The last meeting of the sum
mer of the Chesed Shel Eri-'th
Sisterhood was held Monday af-
ternoon at the Beth David audi-
torium with Mrs. Isidor Cohen
presiding. Mrs. S. Stone, Mrs.
M. Kotkin, Mrs. N. Pritzker.
Mrs. I. Rosengarten and Mrs.
Molly Geller were appointed
chairmen for the coming year-
following the business meeting a
social hour followed.

LUNCHEON MEETING
TO BE HELD
A luncheon meeting sponsored
by the Jewish War Veterans
National Convention Committee
will be held Friday, June 30th
at 12:30 P. M., at Howard John-;
son's Restaurant, Biscayne Boule-
vard at 11th Street.
The presidents and secretaries
of all civic, social clubs and re-
ligious institutions will be pres-
ent for the purpose of giving ev-
ery Jewish organization in -Mi-
ami the opportunity to nominate
a contestant to be "Queen of the
National Military Ball' at the
National Convention of the Jew-
ish War Veterans of the United
States which will take place in
Miami from August 28th to Sep-
tember 3rd, inclusive.

CHAIRMEN
APPOINTED
At the regular meeting of th"
Beth David Sisterhood commit-
tee, chairmen for the ensuing
year were appointed and appear-
ed in last week's issue but due to
our inadvertance the following
chairmen were omitted: Mrs.
three things. First, that the
book was written several years
ago. Secondly, that Freud
always placed scientific findings
before other consideratiins .
Thirdly, that the book proves
Freud to have become more Jew-
ish than ever before. .
YOUNG RABBI
37 years old, married, two chil-
dren, well versed in Yiddish
and English: Excellent Chazan,
Organizer.
Wonderful speaker, Hebrew &
Sunday School teacher; Shoched
for chickens; reader of Torah,
wishes a permanent position in
the South; willing to come for
a trial. Answer THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN, Box 2973, Miami
Florida.
Harry Oliphant, representative of
the Sisterhood to the Federation;
Mrs. Rose Ehrlich, chairman cf
> '"NE 30 jftjJ
the sick committee;
Nathan Pritzker. chairmen
the monthly luncheons.

YOUR PATRONAGE IS
GREATLY APPRECIATED:
YOUR FRIENDSHIP A
MOST VALUED ASSET!
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rRlDAY
JUNE 30, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAW
PAGE SEVEN
10-POINT PROGRAM ON YOUTH AND
DEMOCRACY IS ADOPTED BY
ALEPH ZADIK ALEPH CONVENTION
x
tier;, chos
for Counci
iy. anil Wi
tratfful '
will not
ftt^'
Frank.
RATION A I. COUNCIL DAY
j0 he CELBBBATED
Mr-. R-ujamin Le Vine, Pres-,
jjent of Miami Section, National,
Council "f Jewish Women, has
l*en invited by the National Or-
naintion to serve as one of the,
n Council Day, July j
12th at 2:30 P. M., at the Florida!
Pavilion at the World's Fair in
Hen \
Council of Jewish Wo
the Florida Pavilion
Pay due to its beau-|
of Miami Section, feel
our National organi-
hoosintr Florida. This
ly make the day a
beautiful >etting for Council but
Florida t' ouph the attendance
on that day of so many men, wo-
men ami children will through
this beco ie more nationally
known. Hie program arranged
., N.i is a most outstanding
one anil e print it here for
every on to acquaint themselves
ith mi at if you are in New
York on .1 ily 12th you can attend
this prop: am, at which there is
no charp- The program to be
Hebrew Union College this year ordained 11 Rabbis.
Graduates for the first^ time received the degree of Master
of Hebrew Letters. Members of the class are pictured
with Dr. Julian Morgenstern. College President, and Rabbi
Harry We^ss of Brooklyn, class of 1897, who delivered the
Baccalaureate Sermon, as they prepared to form the aca-
demic procession for graduation services. Front row, left
to right. Rabbi Joseph Levinson, Weirton, W. Va.; Rabbi
Paul Gorin. Chicago; Rabbi Joseph Klein, Columbus, Ohio;
Dr. Morgenstern. Rabbi Weiss, Rabbi Joseph I. Weiss of the speaker.) Rabbi Jacob Polish, Cleveland. Back
row; left to riht: Rabbi Leonard Mervis, Holliday's Cove,
W. Va.; Rabbi Herbert S. Waller. Memphis; Rabbi W.
Guenther Plaut, formerly of Germany, Cincinnati; Rabbi
Albert M. Lewis, Philadelphia; Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld,
New vork City; and Rabbi Ely E. Pilchik. St. LowfE.
Port Jervis, N'. Y.Establish-
ment of classes in democracy and
democratic ideals in the schools
and colleges of the United States
and Canada as a means of pre
s irving democracy and the pin-
motion of annual citizenship days
for new citizens to dramatize for
youth the significance of citizen-
ship in a democracy were recom-
mended by the 16th annual con-
vention of Aleph Zadik Aleph,
the junior B'nai B'rith, in a un
animously adopted 10-point pro-
gram on youth and democracy-
Endorsed by 700 delegates rep-
r28enting 317 chapters in every
state of the Union and in every
province of Canada, the program
pledged the Aleph Zadik Aleph
memb rship "to preserve, protect
and defend the democracies in
which we live and of which we
are proud to le citizens, against
any and all forces and persons
who threaten or would destroy
their existence, from within or
without."
Introduced by delegate Gerald
Cohen of Atlanta. Ga., Chapter,
the resolution settinp; up the pro-
gram for the fall season carried
out in part the recommendation*
of Jack Spitzer, of Hollywood
retiring grand aleph godol (pres-
ident) of A. Z. A., that next
year's programs stress patriotism
and citizenship.
SAM BEBER
Of Omaha, Nebraska, foun-
der of the A. Z. A.. Junior
B'nai B'rith, who was re-elect-
ed chairman of the Supreme
Advisory Council of A. Z. A. at
the closing session of the 16th
annual convention of A. Z. A-,
held in Camp Cejwin, Port
Jervis, New York.
gees will be admitted to this
Smith American country each
month as soon as negotiation- are
completed for their accommoda-
tion in colonies being prepared
for Jewish colonization. R "liable
lition sa\
You are
MEETING HELD
The Agudas Ha Shoctim held a
me ting with one hundred per
cent attendant"e when the annual
election of officers took place.
Those elected were: Rev. A. Gol-
den, president; Rev. S. Shapiro,I information stated that the lmmi
vice president; Rev. S. Gu'.man. j gration Department has instruct-
present by the National organ- secretary, and Rev. H. Kagan. ed its consulate in London to
s. treasurer. The next meeting of work with refugee authorities (ieportation of Polish Jews,'
cordially invited to the Agudas will be held Sunday,, there. Several hundred Jewish
Council "Day at the July 2nd at the Beth Jacob Syn-j refugees whose entrance is al-
Vorld's Fair. We hope that vou! agogue. 313 Washington Avenue, ready approved, are awaiting
will make your visit to the Fair. Miami Beach, at 3:00 P. H. All j transportation facilities in Eu-
cdBridc with our day-July 1*.'nvmben. are urged to attend as rope to enter Bolivia.
important business will be dis-___________________
cussed^
the for.ign born and ____________________ ITALY IS LIMITING
affairs. ----------------------------- JEWS IN INDUSTRY
GERMAN TRADE IN
LATIN- AMERICA HIT
N\.\v York, (WNS)-U,r. Jos-
eph Tenenbaum, chairman of the
Joint Boycott Council of the
American Jewish Congress and
Jewish Labor Committee declared
that according to official Nazi
Council'* program in peace, so-
cial lop I .tion, social welfare,
service t
tontempi i >ry Jewi sh
aim< toward a better world of CUBA WILL REPORT
tomorrow Therefore 'it is es-
propriatc that Council
on all over the coun-
hold one session at
Fairthe World of
row.
Program
jamin Spitzer, chair
Ex< itive Committ" i
R Jacques Kahn, "Wo-
World Today."
i May Plynn, sopi
; e Hoy Rosenbaum,
th of TodayLeader of To
w."
Mr i : ad Mayo, Baritoni,
V William Dick Sportborg,
Womei n th World of To-
orriw "
No charge, refreshments in the
patio.
Miami Section appeals to all
Miami visitor! to the World's
Fair to try to attend Council Day
't July 12th. If you intend be-
at in \" a York on that day and
ill attn |, please notify our of
f' Within the next few days,
telephone 3-6554, so we can know
"tctly whom we can expect from
[ city on Council Day, July 12.

V'SITS 1\ MIAMI
Mrs. Mildred Greenberg Kates
nd daughter, Miriam, of Havana.
I foha, arrived here to spend ev
?ral weeks visiting with her fath- j
Mr. Charles Greenberg and
family.

LEAVES FOR CAMP
Ronald Mann, son of Mr. and
)!r Joseph Mann, left Monday
;" Ne York where he will at-
FIFTY-TWO REFUGEES Rome, (WNS)Racial legisla-
______ limiting the size of business-
Havana, (WNS) -A manifest! es Jews may own or manage, and
was by the N '-" registration of Jewish! {erjng jrom exposure and hunger, against Nazi goods.
lassified 224 entei
NAZIS FORCE JEWS
ACROSS FRONTIER
Warsaw, (WNS)'Information
from B-'rlin disclosed that Nazi
authorities heve resumed mass
in-
cluding aged and children, forcing figures, exports from Germany
hundreds across the Polish-Gor- t0 Latin America during the first
man frontier. It is believed that three months of 1939 dropped to
about 1,000, under arrest in Oer- a total value of 140,000.000
many, will be expelled this week. marks, 45,000,000 marks less than
Many of those deported have the total for the corresponding
been driven back and forth across period in 1938. He noted sub-
the border near Zbonszyn, a Pol- stantial declines in exports from
i numbering approximately 140, ir.'- ChiU, Peru and Mexico, which
eluding many children, are camp he attributed not only to dissat-
ed in a wooded portion of the jsfaction with Germany's trading
district and are known to be suf- methods but to a growing boycott
\ n Against R
crimination condemn i "
itism as an attem] I
publii Ji ws. T --
led by Di I '
Oritz, a: Btton
of the ''
: ses, i lassllieii ::i eiuei |
of which at least f
lined by Jews: On?
I to be imp irtant to the
detei than 100 per*
Of the n mainder of the
C&HUUf
: rill be p-i
.1 wish managmei
yeai
-
Mi.
ed tl '
52 .1.-wish refugees who I
been held at Tiscornia immigra-
tion -' "'I:'>' 1;''
dam e
BRAZIL WILL ADMIT 3,000
ON PLEA OF POPE
Rio de Janeiro, (WNS>At the
requesl of Pope Pius XII, th
Brazilian government will accept
3,000 refugees from Germans
who are Roman Catholics of Jew
ish origin. The president of the
Immigration and Colon,
Council, Carlos Munii, said ail
Of the refugees wen
in Germany, many
concentration camps
expected to begin arriving here
shortly, according to Munit who
said that an appeal from the lope
,o President Getulio Vargas had
brought permission for their
eventual entry.
.,-. was launch .i by
v an authorities to force [>rop-|
strati m by Jews
with the anti-Jewish
This measure was taken
ving failure of proper*v r> :--
trations by Jews in Milan to
, .... anticipated largi sunix.
The November 10th d<
le that Jews may I I >wn
.....;,., | roperties which yi< H ","'r
than 20,000 lire annually
properti -
5.000 lire. Enterprise? vital t'1
the nation's defense or thoa "'
ploying more than 100 pen ins
may not be owned by Jews, the
decrees ir rural
which yield mor. than
of
them in
They are
BOLIVIA WILL ADMIT
250 REFUGEES MONTHLY
tend
camp.
La Par, Bolivia,
hundred and fifty
WNSi -Two
refu
WANTED!
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pl(.s 0f The Jewish Bon-
ii'.i Im.....I November in.
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JUNE 30
l
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
blum of Birmingham, Ala., Sun-
day, July 2nd, 1939. His sister,
Mrs. Bea Stepkin, his mother
and Miss Dolly Pont accompan-
ied him on the trip to share the
joys in the festivities.
Well, here we are folks, substi-
tuting for Harry Spencer
Schwartz your regular columnist
who is on a leave of absence from
this arduous task. He is now en-
gaged in the task of anticipating
and we are trying to relieve him.
We cannot expect to do a job as
good as he but we are going to
do our best.
------r------
HOME CAMP
For the past week mechanics
have been at work at the "Y"
preparing the place for the Home
(amp which will start on Monday
July 3d. Never before has such
an interest been shown by the
Jewish citizens of Miami as was
in the case of the Home Camp.
It shows that a long-felt want is
at last being supplied and people
are taking advantage of it.
At this writing children are
being examined by Dr. Harold
Rand, our Camp Doctor and reg-
istration is taking place. Next
week we shall be able to give you
the number of registrants and
the activities.
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SENIOR DIVISIONMEN
lowing topic was discussed:
"Can Race Prejudice be Elim-
inated?"
Many of the members partici-
pated in the discussions and show-
ed a keen interest in the topic.
At the conclusion of the forum.
Al Pallot, President of the Senior
Division, gave a talk.
At the next meeting of the Di-
vision to b? held Monday night,
July 3, the guest speaker will be
Mr. Sidney Segall, President of:
the Greater Miami Zionist Dis-
trict and a prominent B'nai B'rith
worker, whose subject wiX be:
"Student Union Activities."
SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION
If you want to enjoy a real
good time, go to the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation picnic-
at Hardie's Casino Sunday, July
2nd from 12:00 noon until ":00
P. M. in the evening, and then !">
to the Beth David dance Sum'iiy
night at the Cara-Villa Club in
Coral Gables, for the benefit "f
the Beth David Building Kurd.
Our hat's off to Doc Weinkle,
our diamond ball team managr.
and the team. At the last meet-
ing of the Board. Doc promised
that we were going to win th
econd half of the series. Tiv
"Y" has won the first two game*
of the series.
This group is now rehearsing a
one-act play entitled: "Hot
Dogs," under the direction of,
Mrs. Bea Dock. This sketch will
be presented af the installation of
officers at the "Y" to be held
July 12.
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RAMBLINGS ROUND
TOWN
Doc Weinkle left for a :h >*1
visit last week, and in his stend
he appoint-*d Benny Oilman act-
ing manager of the team. Go to
it Benny!
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1939
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITVAs
SMI Indian Creek Drive 6-1265 tSO N. E. 31st St.2-8548
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
EK r .' both 'i the Rabbis will be In the Temple every tnoi
Yon may co.tsult with ihem on matters concerning the Jewli co
nity. or ><.u.- poitonal problenu. Yen will be assured -;...,. I
hearing and advice, and, needles* to my, each matter will be he i n
strict confidence.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do lt withdraw thyself from
the congregation'"HUM
At the last regular meeting of i
the Board of Directors it was
decided to hold regular member-
ship meetings of the Senior
Men's Division on the first and
third Wednesdays of each month. I
The Board meetings are to be
held on the second and fourth j
Wednesdays. A summer program
for the men was adopted as fol-1
lows:
July 5.Recreation, card party
and open house for members.
Julyl9Address by Mayor
Sewell.
August 2.Demonstration by
Pistol Team of Miami police.
August 16.Smoker and Stag. |
Septembsr 6.Mock trial with .
Judge Gomez presiding.
September 20.Initiation of
new members.
On each of the above evenings,
a short business meeting will be
held to be followed by the pro-1
gram hereinabove mentioned.
A gala event is promised for
the opening meeting on July 5th.
This is strictly a men's meeting
for members only and the policy
will be to have members take ad-
vantage of every facility of the
"Y." There Will be a card party, j
pool tournament, ping-pong tour-
nament, volley-ball game and]
horse-shoe pitching games. The
following committee has been ap-
pointed to take charge of the
meeting of July 5th.
Ralph Grossman, Athletics;
Harry Gordon, Card Party; Jos.
Symon, Pool Tournament; Nat
Blumberg, Refreshments.
All members are urged to at-
tend-
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INSTALLATION
Have you heard of the new "Y"
Bachelor's Club? It is now open
for membership. Our Executive
Director and Mr. Sidney Stepkin
are charter members. Applica-
tions open.
Congratulations to Sam Silver
prominent local barrister who will
be engaged to Miss Elaine Corcn-

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The newly elected officers of
the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. Senior
Divisions installation will be held
Wednesday evening, July 12th at
the "Y". A gala program is be-
ing prepared and more details
will be given in the next issue of
this column. Watch for it!
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JUNIOR DIVISION
Our Executive Director has in-
augurated a public forum for
this Division. At a meeting held
Monday night, June 26, the fol-
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Our new Y. M. H. A. Bowlir.jr
League has made a grand start.
As told in these columns la-t
week, a new league has been
formed known as the Y. M. H.
A. Bowling I-eague and is com-
posed exclusively of "Y" mem-
bers. Games are played every
Thursday night at the Miami Re-
creation Center. Those interest-
ed report to Jack Apte or Al
Berkowitz.
MAURICE (J ROSS MAN
Friday evening services will
be held at 8:15 p. m. with
Jacob H. Kaplan in charge of
the services.
ARABS SUFFER LOSSES IN
CLASH WITH MILITARY
Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agen-
cy)Despite frequent boasts by
the Government that terrorist
gangs have been suppressed, the
continuation of their activities
was again noted when as a result
of military operations in Samaria
four Arabs were killed.
Al the bandits were driven
from cover, one of their number
was captured, in addition to the
four shot to death. A quantity
of ammunition was also reported
seized.
APPLY JIM CROW-
LAWS TO JEWS IN
BERLIN AND VIENNA
Berlin, (WNS)New r ila-
tions against Jews thl
Germany were issued by Dr. tt'il-
helm Prick, Minister <.f the In-
terior, governing their attei
at health resorts and making mo
differentiation between (; .
Jews and Jewish citizens i
eign nations.
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rRlDAY JUNE 30, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAW PAGE SEVEN 10-POINT PROGRAM ON YOUTH AND DEMOCRACY IS ADOPTED BY ALEPH ZADIK ALEPH CONVENTION x %  tier;, chos for Counci iy. anil Wi tratfful '• will not %  ftt^' Frank. RATION A I. COUNCIL DAY j 0 HE CELBBBATED Mr-. R-ujamin Le Vine, Pres-, jjent of Miami Section, National, Council "f Jewish Women, has l*en invited by the National Ornaintion to serve as one of the, n Council Day, July j 12th at 2:30 P. M., at the Florida! Pavilion at the World's Fair in Hen \ Council of Jewish Wo the Florida Pavilion Pay due to its beau-| of Miami Section, feel our National organihoosintr Florida. This •ly make the day a beautiful >etting for Council but Florida t' ouph the attendance on that day of so many men, women ami children will through this beco ie more nationally known. Hie program arranged ., N.i is a most outstanding one anil e print it here for every on to acquaint themselves ith MI at if you are in New York on .1 ily 12th you can attend this prop: am, at which there is no charp. The program to be Hebrew Union College this year ordained 11 Rabbis. Graduates for the first^ time received the degree of Master of Hebrew Letters. Members of the class are pictured with Dr. Julian Morgenstern. College President, and Rabbi Harry We^ss of Brooklyn, class of 1897, who delivered the Baccalaureate Sermon, as they prepared to form the academic procession for graduation services. Front row, left to right. Rabbi Joseph Levinson, Weirton, W. Va.; Rabbi Paul Gorin. Chicago; Rabbi Joseph Klein, Columbus, Ohio; Dr. Morgenstern. Rabbi Weiss, Rabbi Joseph I. Weiss ry Jewi sh aim< toward a better world of CUBA WILL REPORT tomorrow Therefore 'it is espropriatc that Council on all over the counhold one session at • Fair—the World of row. Program jamin Spitzer, chair Ex< itive Committ" i %  R Jacques Kahn, "WoWorld Today." i May Plynn, sopi ; e Hoy Rosenbaum, th of Today—Leader of To w." Mr i : ad Mayo, Baritoni, V William Dick Sportborg, •Womei n th %  World of To%  orriw No charge, refreshments in the patio. Miami Section appeals to all Miami visitor! to the World's Fair to try to attend Council Day 't July 12th. If you intend beat in \" A York on that day and %  ill attn |, please notify our of f' Within the next few days, telephone 3-6554, so we can know "tctly whom we can expect from [ city o n Council Day, July 12. • • • V 'SITS 1\ MIAMI Mrs. Mildred Greenberg Kates nd daughter, Miriam, of Havana. I f oha, arrived here to spend ev &f ral weeks visiting with her fathj • %  Mr. Charles Greenberg and family. • • • LEAVES FOR CAMP Ronald Mann, son of Mr. and ) !r Joseph Mann, left Monday ; Ne York where he will atFIFTY-TWO REFUGEES Rome, (WNS)—Racial legislalimiting the size of businessHavana, (WNS) -A manifest! es Jews may own or manage, and was by the N '-" registration of Jewish! {er j ng j rom exposure and hunger, against Nazi goods. lassified 224 entei NAZIS FORCE JEWS ACROSS FRONTIER Warsaw, (WNS)—'Information from B-'rlin disclosed that Nazi authorities heve resumed mass including aged and children, forcing figures, exports from Germany hundreds across the Polish-Gort0 Latin America during the first man frontier. It is believed that three months of 1939 dropped to about 1,000, under arrest in Oera total value of 140,000.000 many, will be expelled this week. ma rks, 45,000,000 marks less than Many of those deported have the total for the corresponding been driven back and forth across period in 1938. He noted subthe border near Zbonszyn, a Polstantial declines in exports from i' 1; '' %  dam e BRAZIL WILL ADMIT 3,000 ON PLEA OF POPE Rio de Janeiro, (WNS>—At the requesl of Pope Pius XII, th Brazilian government will accept 3,000 refugees from Germans who are Roman Catholics of Jew ish origin. The president of the Immigration and Colon, Council, Carlos Munii, said ail Of the refugees wen in Germany, many concentration camps expected to begin arriving here shortly, according to Munit who said that an appeal from the lope ,o President Getulio Vargas had brought permission for their eventual entry. %  .• .,-. was launch .i by v an authorities to force [>rop-| strati m by Jews with the anti-Jewish This measure was taken ving failure of proper*v r> :-•trations by Jews in Milan to .... anticipated largi sunix. The November 10th d< le that Jews may I I >wn .....;,., | roperties which yi< H "' r than 20,000 lire annually properti 5.000 lire. Enterprise? vital t' 1 the nation's defense or thoa "'• ploying more than 100 pen ins may no t be owned by Jews, the decrees

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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JUNE Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page Three) THIS AND THAT Danton Walker, rsliable Broadway columnist, insists that there have been two attempts on the life of Eduard Benes since he has come to this country. Now you will understand why Dr. Ben?s is constantly escorted by welltrained body-guards. Coming to our shores in the near future is Brazil's Chief of Staff Gomes Mont?rio, an admirer of totalitarianism, who none the less Key West Notes Services of the B'nai Zion Congregation Friday evening, June 23rd were conducted by Rabbi L Lehrer. Following the services the anniversaries of the president of the congregation and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. Pearlman, and Mr. and Mrs Charles Aronovitz, a surprise party was given by Mrs. Holtsberg at the home of the Pearlmans. Friday evening, June 30'h and Saturday morning, the Bar Mitzwants to watch democracy at vahs of Jack Appel son of Mr work. There will be an inj and Mrs R Appe i and Eugene ternational exposition in Rome in] Berkowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. 1942, but you may bet your last dime that no Jewish Palestine Pavilion will be permitted to stand there W e wonder M. E. Berkowitz will be celebrated. The boys will conduct the entire service with Jack reading the Hebrew and Eugene the E.ngwhether the German railroads, Hsh. Separate speeches will be can substantiate their claim that more Americans visited Naziland given by the boys and the charge by Rabbi L. Lehrer. Certificates president, Mr. Pearlman. A reception will follow the services at the home of the Rabbi. during 1938 than any other coun-! will be presented to them by the try ... A standard joke in Germany nowadays is that when a hausfrau wants to purchase a tongue from the butcher she asks for a Goebbels. The tribulations of Fritz Kuhn as potential jail fodder will be topped before long by three other Bund officials, who will be charged with embezzlement. Now that his named Hitler for sale. The Nazi consul objected, and the pony's name was changed "Gaelicianer" is what Ernest L. Meyer affectionately calls San Francisco's Albert M. Bender, admirers have presentedJew-ha't-1 Dub ''nborn patron of art, literaer Streicher with an ancient Torturo and liberal causes, who can ah scroll we hope he'll take time ,aIk both Hcbrcw a "d Gaelic fluout to read Leviticus xix, 13-18.' ontly' We re told that Jane That's the passage Fremart the warbler, stutters so which starts with the injunction j badly that she has <' iff !" lty >n "Thou shalt not oppress thy' parr >' in K on an ordinary conversaTieighbor, nor rob him" and closes I tion though not a trace of it with "thou shalt love thy neigha PP ears in he r singing. Danbor as thyself" ABOUT PEOPLE As we predicted quite a number of months ago. New York iel Frohman, the grand old man of the American theatre, who | isn't around very much these days, is said to be losing his sight. The wife of John Gunther, whose latest opus, "InC.ty Councilman George Backer, sid e Asia," is setting new sales has become the publisher of the' records, is not only a daughter New York Post. Possessed of j 0 f r srae 1, but a most ardent zion perhaps the largest store of in-1 ist Those who are angry at formation lodged in the mind of Sigmund Freud for having puba single individual is Herbert Hshed his "Moses and MonotheBayard Swope, whose friends i sm now, a book in which Freud claim there ain't no question the tries to prove that Mose s was an former editor can't answer. Egyptian and not a Jew, forget Dove-dancer Rosita Royce has given the name Hitle r to one of her pigeons—because he has a most unpleasant nature, always fighting with the other birds of her flock. Which reminds us of the government-owned Manila stock farm that advertised a colt CHESEI) SHEI, EMETH MEETS The last meeting of the sum mer of the Chesed Shel Eri-'th Sisterhood was held Monday afternoon at the Beth David auditorium with Mrs. Isidor Cohen presiding. Mrs. S. Stone, Mrs. M. Kotkin, Mrs. N. Pritzker. Mrs. I. Rosengarten and Mrs. Molly Geller were appointed chairmen fo r the coming yearfollowing the business meeting a social hour followed. • • • LUNCHEON MEETING TO BE HELD A luncheon meeting sponsored by the Jewish War Veterans National Convention Committee will be held Friday, June 30th at 12:30 P. M., at Howard John-; son's Restaurant, Biscayne Boulevard at 11th Street. The presidents and secretaries of all civic, social clubs and religious institutions will be present for the purpose of giving every Jewish organization in -Miami the opportunity to nominate a contestant to be "Queen of the National Military Ball' at the National Convention of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States which will take place in Miami from August 28th to September 3rd, inclusive. • • • CHAIRMEN APPOINTED At the regular meeting of th" Beth David Sisterhood committee, chairmen for the ensuing year were appointed and appeared in last week's issue but due to our inadvertance the following chairmen were omitted: Mrs. three things. First, that the book was written several years ago. Secondly, that Freud always placed scientific findings before other consideratiins Thirdly, that the book proves Freud to have become more Jewish than ever before. YOUNG RABBI 37 years old, married, two children, well versed in Yiddish and English: Excellent Chazan, Organizer. 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fflJewisti florid fan % c Mfl,WA c Tlhte Jewish lUmHty H VOL. 12. --NO. 25 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS Nazis Strengthening CIVIC LEAGUE "Protectorate" Control SPONSORS GALA J, I.!. BENEFIT ISSUE SWEEPING DECREES CHINA REFUGEE COLONY PLAN HELD UNLIKELY Z. O. A. APPROVES 3 POINT PROGRAM Prague, (WNS)—Baron Konstantiiv von Ni'urath, Gorman Prut' 'tor for Bohemia and MoraChungking, (WNS) —A plan fnU 'tor for Bohemia and .Mora, ,,,,.,.,, i„ • v i 1 for colonizing 100,000 Jewish and ria. issued a decree sharplv cur,, _„*_. c other refugees from Europe in tailing the participation of Jews .... ., ( hina s undeveloped southwest, as in the commercial life of the propropoged ,, v Jacob Ber( las „ te and placing all their G?rman ^^ n(h|stria is an(i holiness activities directly under Ma ntrol. Under the decree n ire forbidden to acquire or eas>real estate or to acquire any %  ightin it. They are denied the right to acquire an interest in S undertakings o r to pur philanthropist now residing in Shanghai ,was given little hope of materialisation following an announcement by a Chinese government spoV'sman W80 said that O Titian Jewish refugees might find homes and occupations in the interior of China, but that the. .,.„.. ... ...^ .._.. number who could be taken of th3 protectorate by July 81 W onld not exceed a few thousand.! a!! bjectfl of gold, silver or platbu! tkl stocks and bonds. They mu~report to the National Bank inum in their possession, as well as precious stones and pearls. The buying, selling or pawning cf those items is forbidden by Jews. Approximately 200,000 till be affected by the decree. Meanwhile Jews intensified their efforts to find refuge abroad as the result of Nazi decrees desigrred to eliminate them from business, industry and banking. In a statement made to the, press at Shanghai, Berglas said the Chinese government was pre-I pared, on certain conditions, to permit 100,000 immigrants to enter China with the same rights I of residerl e and occupation as Chinese citizens. These immigrants were to be settled in the Yunnan province, bordering on French Indo-China and Burma, a territory little developed ami offering unique opportunity for. Transfer of Jewish property cnterpris \ according to Berglas. without, governmental consent This statement, however, was waprohibited and Jewish bank ru ied out by a government spokesdeposits were tied up. Pressure man wn „ sa j,i that because of the continued for further anti-Jewish Chinese hinterland's low standard m ires. Jewish leaders esti0 f living and social conditions. Mated that more than 21,000 Jews relatively few pi ifessional ami had fled from Bohemia Moravia technical men could be absorb d, lince September. Marry Jews at „| there was little possibility of n discharged from government huilding a large colony in the if• In addition to stopping Yunnan province. th •' ight of Jewish capital, the Communications from Shang| ment prohibited the export „ a j reveal that at the end of 'f wiry, expensive furs and J un e, Shanghai, already faced Other valuables by Jews. < %  ith wartime problems of Chi.. n'se refugees ami industrial stag The measures give von Neuratn .,, u „ „ complet control and final authority on the Jewish question. completely discarding a bill recently drafted by a National Un tj Party committee which propus ,1 to nati in, will have a European i -fugee population of 13,000 most I ''' snon Iv Jewish, all of whom arrived in the last six months. Th.' refugees are still coming in i y committee wn.cn ^ of ^ ^^ taxing )o transfer gradually Jew||h nilantnropic orK aniza thcontrol of Jewish property (o thp ^ of „. and industry to Czech hands over, s four-year period. The von Neurath decree, however, scotchFeatured at the All-Star Vaudeville Slumsponsored by the Civic League of Miami Beach at Flamingo Park Tuesday evening. July 4th, will be night club and entertainment talent from the entire Greater Miami area. Chester Alexander, Dan Fitch and Sid White, well-known local showmen are making arrangements for the entertainment features. Admission charged will be forty cent" per person and the entire proceeds will be donated to the! fund to assist the coming Jewish War Veterans National Conven* tion to be held in Miami in Au%  gust. Present indications arc that the Beach Park will be taxed to capacity to accommodate, the large crowds who have already made ticket purchases. Tickets are available at the com-, mittee headquarters at 757 Wash-; ington Avenue, Miami Beach. '"The coming Convention of the Jewish War Veterans is not; merely their affair, but is a com] munity project which we, in the; Civic League, are proud to as-| sist," said Benjamin Cohen and Carl Gardner, co-chairmen, in a statement issued by the Committee. "Our organization feels that this Convention, which will attract some 20,000 veterans 'rom all over the country to Miami in August, deserves our support a* ,i civic venture second to none in advertising the entertainment and re national facilities of the Miami area. The response to date from veteran organizations, fraternal bodies, social and service clubs in the area to our appeal for co-operation towards making this show a success has been extremely gratifying. We can assure every ticket purchaser that on the evening of th.' Fourth he will be offered a $25.00 show for 40c. Every cent paid by him for a ticket will be turned over to, th.' Veteran's Convention fund." New York, (WNS )--Charging that the "stoppage of Jewish immigration to Palestine and r strictions upon the sale of land to Jews are "morally and legally indefensible," a resolution pledging "unalterable opposition" to the British White Paper on Pal?stir.v was unanimously adopted by the delegates. "The White Pap.-r is a violation of British pledges made to the Jewish people and trustingly re lied upon by them," th? resolution stated. "It is a repudiation of high obligations which were assumed under th' 1 Balfour Declaration and th.' Palestine Mandate. It is a breach of covenant which was openly arrived at and knowingly and voluntarily undertaken. The proposed stoppage of immigration and restrictions upon the sale of land in Palestine are morally and legally indefensible. They constitute an arbitrary and illegal abuse of; power against a people in dire necessity at a time of unparalleled tragedy." In another resolution the organization pledged "continued moral ami financial support" to the Jews in Palestine. The resolution expressed "firm solidarity' 'of the Zionist Organization of America with the Palestine Jewry and admiration for the j "s If-discipline exercised by the Jews of Palestine throughout the yi a is of Arab terror." The con| \ -litinn also voted confidence in the leadership of Dr. Chaim Weiz-1 mann. president of the World Zionist Organization, and his associates on the Executive of that body. "They have presented and) defended the Jewish position with j admirable dignity and courage," the resolution declared. "We pledge to Dr. Weizmann and the World Zionist Executive our fullest support." air services must he vigorously developed. (2)—We must concentrate all our energies on defeating any administrative regime designed to stifle the growth of the National Home by subjecting it to Arab domination. (8)— We must intensify our efforts toward convincing public opinion throughout the world, particularly in England and America, of the moral, legal and practical untenability of Britain's new policy in Palestine." haustion. ._...... ..." > ^V ..V"-'~- 8 the CJ ch plan of preventing RETURN OF DEFENSE property from being transferred to German hands. Although the decree does not deal with >;he r aspects of Jewish Participation in Czech life. "Arynization" of the professions, industrial institutions and boards of directors has been proceeding rapidly. The decree makes it tompulsoij fo r Jews to obtain the written consent of the Reich*protector to carry on businessThere is a tendency on the part of Jewish circles here to withhold judgment on the decree. ** n y of its paragraphs, it is felt, *r* intended to counter moves ** 1 have been taken since last M rch by Czechs and Jews to prevent "Aryanization" from turning into the surrender of kwh property into German Prague Jews In Constant Terror WEAPONS IS BEGUN Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agency)—The expectation that weapons assigned to colonies for defense and removed in the past week by the authorities would be returned was strengthened when forty reserve rifles recently tak en from the eastern Emek settlement were restored to them. The announcement was made that the Jordan Valley settlements, also punished by the re moval of arms because of a burst of terrorism which the Govern their firearms returned this week, with the likelihood that the weapons taken from all the other settlements would be brought back shortly. The curfew imposed on the Achva quarter of Tiberias was ordered removed. London. (WNS)— Rl i a b 1 e sources from Prague revealed that sweeping measures and de i crees designed to strip Jews of all their property and completely eliminate them from the economic and cultural life of the "Protec' torate" of Bohemia-Moravia fol lowed a Nazi "cold" pogrom in Maerisch-Ostrau, Bruenn and other cities where the German I population was large, forcing Jews to flee to those cities where • Czechs were predominant. Hundreds of Jews held in the "Spielberg" dungeon in Bruenn were subjected to tortures and brutalities. Throughout the Nazi "protectorate" scenes reminiscent of the Spanish Inquisition were being enacted particularly on Friday Continued on Page Five) Jewish Agency Heads Say Jews Can Overcome New British Policy Expressing the conviction that the Jews can defeat Great Britain's new policy in Palestine, the Executive of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, in a cable from Jerusalem to the convention of the Zionist Organization of America, presents a three-point plan of activity which it calls upon the Jews of the world to carry out with "extraordinary efforts." "American Zionists," the cable declares, "meet at a moment ^f unprecedented gravity. We are deeply convinced that the Jewish people are able to defeat the newpolicy in Palestine and that our historic effort will triumph." The three-points propose that: (1)— "Immigration must be pursued with utmost energy, colonization and land purchase continued with the greatest possible speed and the economic Structure rendered impregnable for any emerg my Jewish defense, agrfulture, industry, transport, maritime and Indorse Million Dollar Loan For Land Purchase Endorsement! of a million-dollar interest-bearing loan floated by the Jewish National Fund for land purchase in Palestine was embodied in resolution, urging individuals and organizations to subscribe to the loan, half of which, it was said, has already been subscribed to. The resolution added: "We further declare it to be the sacred duty of all Zionists to help mobolize Jewish capital for the redemption of all available land in Palestine as a National Jewish possession, providing footholds for current and future immigration and for safeguarding th? frontiers of the Jewish National Home. Express Sorrow At Loss Of Eminent Scholar On learning of the death Tuesday of Professor Israel Davidson, of the J wish Theological Seminary, delegates at the convention expressed their "profound sorrow" at the Toss of the eminent scholar. Dr. Solomon Goldman said of him: "His monumental, scholarly works to rest, re and preserve the precious literary treasures of our people have enriched the life and culture of Israel and have placed hi.name among the unperishable annals of Jewry." Dr Solomon Goldman was unanimously re-elected president of the Zionist Organization of America Monday by the 1,000 delegates attending the forty-secono annual convention of the organization in the Hotel Commodore. Dr. Goldman was the only candidate named by the nominating committee, of which Ezra Shapiro, of Cl?veland, was chairman. The uncontested election was marked by extraordinary enthusiasm. All other officers were also reelected. They are: vice-presidents, Dr. Harry Friedenwald, of Baltimore; Louis Lipsky, Judge Julian W. Mack, Judge Morris Rothenberg, David Szold and Dr. Stephen S. Wise, all of New York; chairman of the administrative committee, Judge Louis E. Levinthal, of the Court of Common Pleas, Philadelphia, Pa.; honorary secretary, tadwig Lewisohn; treasurer, Morris Wenberg of New York, and chairman of the finance committee, Louis P. Rocker, of New York.



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r %  PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JUNE an TO VISIT IN NORTH Mrs. N. Pritzker will leave June 30th by train for New York and Connecticut where she will remain for a two months stay visiting relatives and friends. • • • TO SPONSOR PICNIC The Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will hold their annual all-day picnic Sunday, July 2 at Hardie's Casino, 1st Street and Oc.'an Drive, Miami Beach. Lunch and dinner will be served from 11:30 A. M. to 7:00 P. M. Full course dinners, cold salads, delicacies, drinks, cakes and fruit will be served. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. €3I RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor LEAVES FOR NORTH Mr. and Mrs. Morton S. Fagan and daughter/ Sunshine, left Thursday by auto for Parksvillc, N. Y., where they will visit relatives and friends. While in the North they will visit the World's Fair in New York City. They will return the latter part of the summer. WEDDING TO TAKE PLACE The marriage of Miss Muriel J. Marshall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Marshall, of Spring field, Mass., to Robert Lear, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund A Leer, of Miami, will take place Sunday afternoon, July 2 at 5:30 P. M., at the Tides Hotel. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will officiate. The bride will be attended by -,,. j Mr. and Mrs. Max Matz of Bluefield, W. Va., have adopted a three months baby daughter, which they have named Susan Jane. Mrs. Matz was formerly Miss Norma Marcus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Marcus of Miami. Miss Lillian Jurist, her aunt, of Springfield, Mass., as maid of honor. Mr. William Pallot will b? best man. A reception will follow the ceremony. Out of town guest attending is Mrs. Sam Goldstein, of Bethlehem, Pa. • • • RETURNS TO NEW YORK Dr. Sol Klotz left the city Monday for his home in New York after visiting in Miami with his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mann. • • • MARRIAGE TAKES PLACE The marriage of Miss Norma Helen Schlefstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schlefstein of Miami Beach and Ozone Park, L. I., and Herbert Murray Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cohen of Miami B?ach, took place June 18th at Richmond Hill, L. I. The bride was attended by her sister. Miss Rita Schlefstein as maid of honor. Perry C. Cohen of Miami Beach was best man. The couple arrived in Miami Beach last week where they will reside. BAR MITZVAH The Bar Mitzvah of Myron Leavitt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leavitt, will take place Saturday, July 1 at the Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro will address the boy and Myron will recite the Haftoro. All relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • • SPECIAL EXAMINATION TO BE HELD A special examination for the position of district director of the State Welfare Board will be held in Jacksonville in July, according to information received by Mrs. Bernard Simon, publicity chairman of the District Welfare Board. The date has not yet been set. The deadline for filing applications for the special examination is midnight June 30' The regular examination for district director, unit supervisor, and visitor will be held August 26 as previously announced. Application blanks may be obtained at the office of the District Welfare Board, 31 N. E. First Street. RETURNS FROM CONVENTION Rabbi Max Shapiro of Both David Congregation will return to the city Friday from New York where he attended the National Zionist Convention held June 25fh and 26th as a delegate of the Miami Zionist Chapter. LEAVES FOR CAMP Miss Carolyn Tannenbaum, daughter of Mrand Mrs. I. Tannenbaum, left Friday morning f' r Camp Wohelo, in the Blue Ridge Mountains, where she will remain for the summer. WALTER LEAR Son of Dr. and Mrs. K. C. Lear of Miami Beach, was awarded a scholarship to Harvard University. This scholarship was won on the basis of Walter's high school record, the references given by his teachers and his marks on special scholarship examinations. Walter is planning to take a pre-medical course at Harvard. ART CLASSES TO BE HELD VISIT IN NORTH CAROLINA Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Spector are visiting in Hendersonville, \ lrt( Carolina, where they will • for several weeks. • • • ALL DAY PICNIC TO BE HELD Emunah Chapter will their annual all-day picni T Je .,. day, July 4th at Hardie's Miami B.'ach. Luncheon ai ner will be served. Mi • Bache r is general cha Mrs. Minnie Bngler is i n harje of foods assisted by M ,:„,.< Jack Wucher, Florence i; A. J. Tobin, Leo Meyer ai I I, i,_ Reisman. All member friends are invited to a• % %  • • INSTALLATIONTAKES PLACE Newly elected officerf nior Hadassah were insl a candlelight ceremony at mal banquet Monday > Fassa's Restaurant. M Lutsky. honorary preside) nior Hadassah, was thofficer. Miss Ida Safer introdui Mrs. Lutsky, who was also • tress for the evening. M ; > The art class held each week Simonhoff, president of in Flamingo Park, Miami Beach, dssah, spoke, and Mrs. A F. are sponsored by the Recreational; Frel,ch Panted a hll Division of the City of Miami j sa ^ Beach, J. B. Lemon, director. The Saturday morning classes are restricted to children under Junior High School age, and s-e DIABETES BRIGHTS DISEASE A Mineral spring water is becoming famous because of its amazing results in the relief of these troubles for over a quarter of a century. Write for the free booklet BACK TO HEALTH "Nature's Way" and learn the facts of the hundreds of cases that have completely returned to health. >j! ii;i H a n '/; %  I R. V. BLOOMHUFF 519 CONGRESS BLDG., MIAMI PHONE 3 4389 MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY Please send me your free booklet, "Back to Health | Nature's Way," without obligation to myself. (F) NAME ADDRESS Mr. J. B. Lemon, Recreation il Dircteor^ says that the best will be pla.cd on exhibit in the Miami Beach Public Library and Art Center in the fall. WORKMEN'S CIRCLE ELECTS OFFICERS At the regular meeting of the Workmen's Circle Branch 692, el ection of officers was held. Mr. Louis Marcus was elected chairman; Mr. Ben Silver, secretary of finance; Mr. M. Jacobs, recording secretary; Mr. David Gross, treasurer; and Mr. Boris Rifkin. hospitaler. Those elect?d to the executive board were Mr. A. Solomon, Mr. H. David. Mr. and Mrs. H. Seitlin, Mr. and Mrs. M.jbut the instruction is Segal, Mr. and Mrs. S. Kahn. 'charge. Mrs. Ben Silver, Mrs. B. Rifkin,i Mrs. M. Jacobs and Mrs. Levin sonMrs. Levenson and Mr, *Boris Rifkin were elected delegates to thtwentieth SouthEastern Conference which will le held Labor Day at Birmingham, I Ala. Regular meetings of tiii ; organization are held the set md and fourth Thursdays of each month at the Beth David p.udi torium. MARRIAGE NUPTIALS TO BE PERFORMED The marriage of Miss Ann. tt. Wechsler, daughter of Mrs. Dors Wechsler of Miami Beach, and Samuel W. Shapiro of Miami, son of Mrs. Nathan Hurewitz of Fort Lauderdale, will take place Sunday, July 2nd at 5:30 P. M. at the Alcazar Hotel. A reception will follow at 8:30 P. M. Miss We c hsle r has been a resident of Miami for the past fifteen years and was graduated from Ida M. Fisher High School and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Shapiro was graduated from the University of Florida. Classes are held every Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at 2:00 P. M. and Saturdays at 10:00 A. M. Life sketching and portrait| de .'_,!^ e ; pre8idents: painting is taught Tuesday afternoons ami outdoor sketching on Thursday afternoons, by Emigdio Reyes. These classes are restricted to persons of Junior High School age and over. Inducted into office wi r Miss Jeanette Kronenfelil. pn Miss Betty Lasky, Miss B.'rnstein and Miss Tru BanM. Rita Pearlman, corresponding tary; Miss Gertrude Schaff, recording secretary; Miss ilyn Klein, financial secretary MrAI Barkowitz, treasure]; Miss Harriet Damenstein, hi-:>r:an; Mrs. William Berson. librarian. The Board of Directorof Miss Faye Engel, Mrs. A E. Frelich, Mrs. Davis La hoviB, | taught comic-cartoon drawing by Mrs. Marx Feinberg, Mrs E. Jack Crum, and outdoor sketching by Emigdio Reyes. Three instructors are furnished through the courtesy of the WPA Federal Art Projects. All those attending the classes are request ed to bring their own material. free of Roth and Miss Hanna Ma Mrs. Irving Querido, n| president, presented the Miss Kronenfeld. The tenth anniversary nior Hadassah was also ed. Among the past pn Junior Hadassah attendii Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, first pi Mi>s liana Mack, Mr Grossman and Miss Ida work done j n the summer classes Past Presidents not presi Mrs. Jennie Rot fort. Mis Rayvis and Miss Beatrice blank. %  i Ann TO VISIT IN NORTH Marcie and Charles Adelman left Thursday morning by train for Hagerstown, Md., where they will attend the wedding of their cousin. While in the North thoy will visit in Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and see the New York World's Fair. WATCH This Space



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FB1DAY JUNE 30, 1939 pjewisti floridian THE JEWISH FLfmimAw PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Ente.ed as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act oi March 3, 1879 OFFICES IX PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year Six Mcnth $2.00 $1.00 FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1939 VOLUME 12.—NUMBER 25 PAGE THREE DR. SOLOMON GOLDMAN UnanimoUbly re-elected president of the Zionist Organization of America, at the fortysecond annual convention of the Organization. AMERICANISM Anti Jewish feeling in America, dished up by Moseley, Coughln -Deatherage and company, is the result of a contagion whii b knows no borders and is purely of foreign origin. Tht ws of reformation which swept this country following the war of 1812, which had its roots in the disavowal of European i ilture as being something to be entirely forgotten, and the leeling of patriotism, which took hold of a substantial portion f the citizens of America, seems to have let itself be spent and today we are becoming more susceptible to European exidiency, hatreds, propaganda, Anti-Semitism and its Europea: conceived sponsoring partner, Fascism, through the expedi.; y of propaganda of the most unobtrusive but deadly sort, is ieing foisted on the people of the United States. It is t product, not of native ignorance, but of Nazi ingenuity. Tne desire to be free of European culture in order to give growth to an expression of American freedom through a native culture, was strong in the years which followed the War of 1812 What the people of this nation need do today is to resoivt to rededicate themselves to a disavowal of present-day Europe;!;, philosophies which are entirely foreign to the philosophies of our founding fathers. Rugged individualism may be {rownod upon as being a part of the growth of a young nation and something which should be shed in riper and maturer years, but hatred is no respecter of wisdom and unreasonable hatreds are not to be tolerated. This country is a nation of tolerant, peace-loving people whose ideal! are aptly expressed in their constitution. The United S: ites of America has always tried to entertain friendly relations with its neighbors, but when there is an attempt to impose upon this country a philosophy antagonistic to our own. and to disseminate an ideology which is basicly un-Amer can. the:, we are of necessity forced to the. decision. We will have none of it. N. Z. ( ) Issues Statement of Policy %  of a statement of %  ie New Zionist OrganAmerica made by Dr. '•' Rose, president, were ling of the Immediate of Dr. Chaini Weizresident of the Jewish Agtn y •r the primary reason t r.. has led Zionism glorious8 surrender to anothfr maxed by the MacDonald "MU !„ ,. r Weizmann's resignal ": hi said, would pave the **>" f"r a new regime in Zionls m thereby indicating to the witah Government and the world ,hat 'i'-' Jewish people will no 'ongtr ti :. rate either inadequate %  Wtesmanship on behalf of our H&htor the continuous disregard them, and that the New Zion" Organisation hopes to win ••dwpread support for those Waeiples and policies which ^nir Jabotinsky, the late Jac0(1 dt Haas and others have during the and which in Zionism have fully jussought to advance past Beveral years, events tifii'.I. Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) BROADCAST NEWS Its because they don't want to provide the slightest excuse for a repetition ol the 1914 invasion that the Belgian authorities put an end to the broadcasting of anti-Nazi German news programs from their territory. The taking over of the important Czech radio station at Melnik is only a routine matter in the Nazi campaign to rule the air waves .... In addition to regular six-hour daily short-wave broadcasts, mainly in English, directed at North America, the Berlin Broadcasting House has regular programs that it sends to Brazil in Portugese, to other South and Central American countries in Spanish, and to African and Asiatic countries in various languages, including Arabic T hat these efforts have not been entirely in vain is shown by, among other things, the fact that last month Germany's exports exceeded those of the month before by ten per cent .... And it is the infiltration of Nazi ideas into Mexico that is largely responsible for the precautions—such as building a ten-foot wall around his house —that Leon Trotsky feels it necessary to take for his own safety HERE'S NEWS "Socialism is the obligation of all for nil, a goal for our whole nation' is a quotation not from Lenin or Trotsky or Karl .Marx, but from none other than Adolf Hitler. ... It is being widely used by the Nazi propaganda office nowadays in an attempt t<> capture liberal and radical elements in other lands \s part of the Nazi campaign in this country all teachers of German recently received a beautifully illustrated. well-bound book describing the Reich as Gabby Goebbels would like ua to think it is—"a land of* work, of peace and joy" .... Not a word about concentration camps or Nuremberg laws, not even the shadow of a diatribe against Jews, no mention of the Niemoellers and Ossietzkys. But there are some cracks about the "former world powers" that have been trying to cramp Naziland's style TALE TALE DEP'T This story, coming from Italy, tells more than any detailed news dispatch could about how Italians feel about Hitler. As relayed by Winchell the tale runs as follows. ... It seems that Hitler had a very good Jewish friend, and when he started his campaign of persecution he sought out this friend and said: "Now, you're a good friend, but for goodness' sake don't stick around here or I'll have to kill you. Here's 2,000 marks to get out of Germany." A nd so the Jewish ..nth.1. in his exhuberane'e! friend went B ut when Hitler l"**"^*"** the boat ride sponsored by fou nd his old friend living there. Hitler gave him another 2 000 marks and told him to beat it T he same thing happened in Czechoslovakia, and later in Memel. Hitler was beside himself to learn that every place he went,ho found his old Jewish friend. ... So in Memel Hitler said: "Now for the last time, here's 2,000 marks. Now get out! But remember what I'm telling you-don't go to Trieste!" B'NAI B'RITH BRIEFS By SIDNEY L. SEGALL Sholem Lodge's Boat Ride will have taken place when the reader receives a copy of this newspaper. Your reporter predicts that the boat will have had a capacity crowd, that there will have been many a fish fed improperly but well, that the "Moon Over Miami" will have done its duty, that the Brothers of the Lodge, their wives and "heart throbs" will have thoroughly enjoyed a swell party, that the boat ride will have been a tremendous success and that it will not, (we hope) have been a boat ride to end all boat r'des! B In connection with the subject matter mentioned in the previous paragraph, your reporter gives you and offers for your approval and enjoyment the scoop of the month: We have it on good authoritv that Brother Dr. A. We believe that the for of the N '/ %  O. in warning Zionists and non-Zionisteverywhere has b en vindicated, and that the time has come for a realignment ,,f forces und< i I the N<-w Zionist Organization, advocating unreserved adherence t,. the program of Herzlian Zionism, leading to the establishment „f a Jewish State on the ba a Jewish majority on both sides of the Jordan. The unqualified fulfillment of the Palestine Mandate under the auspices of the League of Nations, as a solemn covenant, publicly entered into by the nations of the world, and cnthe United States of Sholem Lodge, (scheduled Thursday, June 29th.) prepared himself and spouse for the occasion and proceeded to drive to the City Pocks and arrived there exactly one week in advance, towit: Thursday. June 22ml instead. Was his face red! It's O. K. ••Hue." provided you don't miss the event altogether on the late • for the occasion< B Your writer understands Brother Dr Harold Hand sol number "f tickets fur the ride. Congratulations, work, Brother Harold. a '>oat N i c e It to make a social function a slice. --. YOU SHOULD KNOW The Revisionists propose the following slate for a tr.um, irat0 ,endership to replace Dr. Weizmann: David Ben Gurion pinehns R„ttenberg and Vladimir Jabotnsky ...We predict, h „, f ver, that even if Weizmann .Iocs resign-and i looks very h much as lake hi it' be place Tin BThc membership drive is progressing along steadily so we are informed. We should soon kr-w the exact status of the campaign. The goal must be reached. One thousand Sholem Lodge members before the end of the summer to : • expecting too much. of 1930, the Partition Plan of 1937. and of other abortive proposal of Great Britain. The coni as a betrayer of the B ople any Jew who eithAmerica in -he Anglo-Saxon Con Jewh p. ( ^ vention of 1924 is being asked er off.ialrp ^^ for, and the MacDonald White; h.S signs* u or g Paper of 1939 is being rejected to the unreservedly, even as the opposition and achievement of the rejection willJabotinsky will not be one of those who General.Zionists of Palestine and the who are definitely set on fightmgj^eizmann, are ~ \ C ^ X^"ma a Ue sure they will b.** plenty of time for the New Year holidays..... York.dramatic.critics who enjoyed .the at the Music Box Thoasi Congress congn (rations in world's champion boxer, has on who Catholic told, ar fighters against prohibited from standing 7*s; ;;; w %  — -* united and ken front in opposition to B, and insistence upon a unbro tered the front ranks of the ti-Semitism. People, we're on the balcony of the Britthere's danger of its collapst .Z .,t M Z arts* w -*• — in Flushing! -, (Continued on Page Six)



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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 30 l THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) blum of Birmingham, Ala., Sunday, July 2nd, 1939. His sister, Mrs. Bea Stepkin, his mother and Miss Dolly Pont accompanied him on the trip to share the joys in the festivities. Well, here we are folks, substituting for Harry Spencer Schwartz your regular columnist who is on a leave of absence from this arduous task. He is now engaged in the task of anticipating and we are trying to relieve him. We cannot expect to do a job as good as he but we are going to do our best. r HOME CAMP For the past week mechanics have been at work at the "Y" preparing the place for the Home (amp which will start on Monday July 3d. Never before has such an interest been shown by the Jewish citizens of Miami as was in the case of the Home Camp. It shows that a long-felt want is at last being supplied and people are taking advantage of it. At this writing children are being examined by Dr. Harold Rand, our Camp Doctor and registration is taking place. Next week we shall be able to give you the numbe r of registrants and the activities. Y SENIOR DIVISION—MEN lowing topic was discussed: "Can Race Prejudice be Eliminated?" Many of the members participated in the discussions and showed a keen interest in the topic. At the conclusion of the forum. Al Pallot, President of the Senior Division, gave a talk. At the next meeting of the Division to b? held Monday night, July 3, the guest speaker will be Mr. Sidney Segall, President of : the Greater Miami Zionist District and a prominent B'nai B'rith worker, whose subject wiX be: "Student Union Activities." SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION If you want to enjoy a real good time, go to the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation picnicat Hardie's Casino Sunday, July 2nd from 12:00 noon until ":00 P. M. in the evening, and then !"> to the Beth David dance Sum'iiy night at the Cara-Villa Club in Coral Gables, for the benefit •"•f the Beth David Building Kurd. Our hat's off to Doc Weinkle, our diamond ball team managr. and the team. At the last meeting of the Board. Doc promised that we were going to win th • %  econd half of the series. Tiv "Y" has won the first two game* of the series. This group is now rehearsing a one-act play entitled: "Hot Dogs," under the direction of, Mrs. Bea Dock. This sketch will be presented af the installation of officers at the "Y" to be held July 12. Y RAMBLINGS ROUND TOWN Doc Weinkle left for a :h >*1 visit last week, and in his stend he appoint-*d Benny Oilman acting manager of the team. Go to it Benny! TEMPLE ISRAEL 1939 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITVAs SMI Indian Creek Drive— 6-1265 tSO N. E. 31st St.—2-8548 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI EK r .' both 'i the Rabbis will be In the Temple every tnoi Yon may co.tsult with ihem on matters concerning the Jewli co nity. or ><.u.poitonal problenu. Yen will be assured -;. %  • %  ..,• %  I hearing and advice, and, needles* to my, each matter will be he i n strict confidence. CONGREGATIONAL "Do lt withdraw thyself from the congregation'"—HUM At the last regular meeting of i the Board of Directors it was decided to hold regular membership meetings of the Senior Men's Division on the first and third Wednesdays of each month. I The Board meetings are to be held on the second and fourth j Wednesdays. A summer program for the men was adopted as fol-1 lows: July 5.—Recreation, card party and open house for members. Julyl9—Address by Mayor Sewell. August 2.—Demonstration by Pistol Team of Miami police. August 16.—Smoker and Stag. | Septembsr 6.—Mock trial with Judge Gomez presiding. September 20.—Initiation of new members. On each of the above evenings, a short business meeting will be held to be followed by the pro-1 gram hereinabove mentioned. A gala event is promised for the opening meeting on July 5th. This is strictly a men's meeting for members only and the policy will be to have members take advantage of every facility of the "Y." There Will be a card party, j pool tournament, ping-pong tournament, volley-ball game and] horse-shoe pitching games. The following committee has been appointed to take charge of the meeting of July 5th. Ralph Grossman, Athletics; Harry Gordon, Card Party; Jos. Symon, Pool Tournament; Nat Blumberg, Refreshments. All members are urged to attendYINSTALLATION Have you heard of the new "Y" Bachelor's Club? It is now open for membership. Our Executive Director and Mr. Sidney Stepkin are charter members. Applications open. Congratulations to Sam Silver prominent local barrister who will be engaged to Miss Elaine CorcnDo You Own Your Home? There never wai a better time than nuw to build one The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Make* H Possible Give me a call and I will srlactly help you to get the best possible information as to lta plan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Ins. Agency 1015 Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-3151 J?n.Z?&yLicLa. The newly elected officers of the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. Senior Divisions installation will be held Wednesday evening, July 12th at the "Y". A gala program is being prepared and more details will be given in the next issue of •this column. Watch for it! Y JUNIOR DIVISION Our Executive Director has inaugurated a public forum for this Division. At a meeting held Monday night, June 26, the folJACKSONYTLLE'S LEADING HOTEL Cfy "-* kol *> '• *• SUMMED |iWeBfc Ery COMFORT mm wt* iuh —< •kow.r. aell watsr. rdi.. anU Vaaattan band*. Enry Ud with iaavrssving mc iWu M and P Sa S sag lamp, guaalaf lea wotor oa trry ftoer. fOfULAK miClD COCKTAIL LOUNGE and COFFEE SHOP Olhti J. I. Nund Hold! Htlel ratttft-CMttMoa— Hold DeSoto-So'onnot Our new Y. M. H. A. Bowlir.jr League has made a grand start. As told in these columns la-t week, a new league has been formed known as the Y. M. H. A. Bowling I-eague and is composed exclusively of "Y" members. Games are played every Thursday night at the Miami Recreation Center. Those interested report to Jack Apte or Al Berkowitz. —MAURICE (J ROSS MAN Friday evening services will be held at 8:15 p. m. with Jacob H. Kaplan in charge of the services. ARABS SUFFER LOSSES IN CLASH WITH MILITARY Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agency)—Despite frequent boasts by the Government that terrorist gangs have been suppressed, the continuation of their activities was again noted when as a result of military operations in Samaria four Arabs were killed. Al the bandits were driven from cover, one of their number was captured, in addition to the four shot to death. A quantity of ammunition was also reported seized. APPLY JIM CROWLAWS TO JEWS IN BERLIN AND VIENNA Berlin, (WNS)—New r ilations against Jews thl Germany were issued by Dr. tt'ilhelm Prick, Minister <.f the Interior, governing their attei at health resorts and making MO differentiation between (; %  .„ Jews and Jewish citizens i eign nations. TWELFTH SETTLEMENT SINCE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE WHITE PAPER The only streamlined train, and fattetl service, at nrw, low fares to WASHINGTON NEW YORK AND THE EAST Reclining-teat coarhrs. Tavern, lounge. Observation-lounge. Radio. Stewarden-registered nume. Airconditioned. Low priced meals. Diese.l-electricpov.errd.Departures every sixth day. Leave Miami 9:00 A. M. Reservations must be made in advance. One Way Fares from Miami — la reclining seat coachea RICHMOND $ 15 S WASHINGTON IS SO NEW YORK 2 3.57 BOSTON >ls fen Ills intts 30.20 PITTSBUMM 2 5 13 BUFFALO 2 S 4 MMM ...so JACKSONVILLE 5 50 ATLANTA 1 0.40 CINCINNATI 17.70 CHICAGO 2 3.20 NEW ORLEANS 1 4.7S Similar low lares to all tlser points. Daily Seaboard trains with rerlin%  ng-seat, air-conditioned coaches IT. Miami 10:20 A. M. and 9:00 P. M. Visit both N. Y. and San Francisco World's Fairs—$90 round trip rail fare-in coaches. Hotel accommodations in New Tork guaranteed. Consult T. W. Lacked, A. G. P. A. 173 E. Klaglrr St., Miami Tel. 2-3125-2-6104 GO MODERN! GO SEABOARD! Jerusalem. (WNS Palcor Agency)—The twelfth settlement since the MacDonald White Paper was issued, and the tenth Jewish colony in the Beisan Plain, is Hemdia, dedicated last Friday, the Hebrew papers unite in declaring here. They hail the new colony as further proof of the will of the Yishuv for the uninterrupted development of the Jewish Nal ional Home despite the restric tions envisaged in the new British po!: