The Jewish Floridian

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 7, 1939

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00542

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text
wJewisli ncridiati
fiBBEa Tlhe JtewKsh HJrtilty
VOL 12.NO. 26.
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1939
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Negotiations Give New
Hope For Refugees
La Paz, Bolivia. (WNS)For-
Imal negotiations have now been
Istarted by the Bolivian Govern-
(ment for the free transit through
(Argentine territory of Jewish
' refugees possessing passports
recognized by the Bolivian au-
thorities.
According to instruction's given
to the Bolivian Consulate in I-on-
fdon last week to negotiate with
I the Committee for the Protection
of Hebrew Refugees, it is under-
stood that 250 Jewish immi-
grants monthly will be admitted
into Bolivia and placed in special
colonies in Bolivia in order to
help develop agriculture. For
reasons described as based on
"humanitarian principles" the
refugees will not be allowed to
settle in the large cities.
brought about through the efforts
of the Bolivian Jewish Immigra-
tion Committee, headed by Max
Hochschild, and constant nego-
tiations between the .Jewish or-
ganization and the Government.
A carefully supervised, orderly
immigration of this type will bear
testimony to the contention of
Hias-ica that the emigre can be
an asset to Bolivia.
COUNCIL DAY
FEATURE AT
WORLD'S FAIR
Britain Asks Aid to End
Illegal Fmmigration
Australia, (WNS)According
to an announcement by Minister
of the Interior H. S. Foil, 4,3fi">
refugjea have been admitted here
during the last twelve months,
many creating new industries and
employing Australians. More
than 10.000 applications for refu-
gee immigration have been re-
ceived by the Government here.
Paris, (WNS)Hias'Ica Emi-
gration Association authorities
h?re announced that the Bolivian
Government has sanctioned that
organization's cooperation with
the Bolivian Consul in London in
the selection of the quota to be
granted admission to Bolivia.
The final agreement by the
Bolivian Government to admit 250
refugees monthly, which com-
I pletely repudiates Bolivia's recent
ordsr to bar admission after May
to Jews holding visas, was
Buenos Aires, (WNS)Para-
guay has no racial problem and
would welcome immigrant labor-
ers without discrimination as to
race or religion. Presidentelect
Jose Felix F.stigarribia told news-
papermen here.
Shanghai, (WNS) Another
shipload this week of 8G0 German
Jewish refugees brings the total,
number of refugees here to more
than 10,000.
Mandates Commission Seem
Averse To "White Paper'f
Geneva. (WNS-Palcor Agency)
Obs-rvcrs familiar with Man-
dates Commission procedure saw
sign* of disapproval by a ma-
jority of that body of the Cham-
berlain White Paper on Pales- ,
I tine.
The report which the Mandates
Commission finally drew up is
rumored to embody varied opin-
loiu by its members as expres-
sed during the lengthy sessions
devoted to Palestine develop-
ments. It is understood that no
unanimous conclusion was agreed
upon by the Commission.
Minut?s of the session, to be
made available sometime in Au-
gust, may disclose that a majority
of the Commission were really
independent in their consideration
of the White Paper, regardless
of the great pressure believed to
have been brought upon the mem-
bers by the British Government.
It is believed that a majority of
the Commission considered the
White Paper inconsistent with
the Palestine Mandate of the
League.
The attitude of the Commis-
sion is interpreted as being un-
able to recommend to the League
of Nations Council approval of |
the White Paper. The Council!
will begin consideration of the ^
Palestine problem on September,
8th.
Lands 742 Refugees
Then Escapes
Haifa. (WNS-Palcor Agency)-
The Greek ship Astir, which last
April was seized near Nathania
and ordered off the shores of
Palestine, succeeded in lan.linir
742 refugees. The passengers
had come from Germany, Czeeh-
oslavakia and Danzig. Captured
off the shore near Gaza, the. As-
tir and her passengers were es-
corted to Haifa where the refu-
gees will be released. The Greek
vesel then managed to give the
slip to her convoy and escaped.
POWER OF HIGH
COMMISSIONER ON
LAND CONFIRMED
Members of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women and their
friends from all parts of the
United States will attend a spec-
ial Council Day at the Florida
Pavilion of the World's Fair July
12th at 2:30 P. M., to discuss
Council's program in the light of
the world of tomorrow.
Mrs. Benjamin Le Vine, presi-
dent of the Miami Section, has
been invited by National to serve
as hostess on that day, and in-
\ it s all Florida men, women and
children who are in New York to
please attend. Visiting officers
and members of Miami Section
who are now in New York will
b guests at Council Day July
12th Those who will attend will
be Mrs. Ethel Rothlein, Mrs.
Ralph Neufcld, Mrs. Max Steuer,
Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Mrs.
Harry Barnhard. Mrs. Jack C.
Cohen and Mrs. Max Dreyer.
Mrs. Ely Jacques Kahn, presi-
dent of the New York Section,
will speak on "Women in the
World Today"; Mrs. LeRoy Ros-
enbaum, past president of the
Manhattan Juniors and National
Chairman of the Publicity Com-
mittee of Council Juniors will
speak on "Youth of Today"
Leaders of Tomorrow; Mrs. Wil-
liam Dick Sporborg, past presi-
dent of Council and ex-chairman
of the New York State Federa
tion of Women's Clubs, will cen-
ter l>er address around "Women
in the World of Tomorrow" and
Mrs. Benjamin Spitz -r. chairman
of Council's National Executive
Committee, will preside.
A musical program will be fur
nished by Miss Lela Mac Plynn,
Irish American dramatic soprano
and Mr, Conrad Mayo, baritone.
After the program, all visitors
will be invited for refreshments
in the tropical patio of the Flor-
ida building. Chairmen of Coun-
cil'a National Committee will act
as hostesses and will see that
the latter part of the afternoon
is given over to receiving out-of-
town guests. All Section presi-
dents will be guests of honor for
the day. The day will be devoted
to a demonstration of how 65,000
women throughout the United
States, working for International
Rlations and Peace, Social Leg-
islation. Social Welfare, Service
to Foreign Born and Education
can bring about a better world
of tomorrow.
London, (WNS Palcor Agency) i
During the debate in the House
of Commons on Monday of this
week, Under-Secretary fo Foreign
Affairs R. A. Butler declared
that the British Government has
contacted a number of European
governments with a view toward
securing greater cooperation in
preventing illegal immigration
into Palestine.
Mr. Butler made this statement
in reply to persistent ques'ions
addressed to Prime Minister
Chamberlain by Tom Williams.
Laborite. Mr. Williams asked to
be enlightened regarding the
steps that were being taken by
representatives of the Govern-
ment to induce a number of Eu-
ropean countries to refuse tran-
lit visas to all Jewish applicants '
from Germany and Czechoslova-'
kia as a means of checking ille-
gal immigration into Palestine.
The Ijiborite member criticized
such action as causing hardships
to the refugees seeking to escap'.
from persecutions and asked |
whether the Prime Minister would:
undertake to make no more such
representations.
In reply, Mr. Butler stated tha-
no att-.'mpt was being made to
prevent Jews from obtaining vis
as to enter Palestine. However,
he said that attempts were being
made by Jews from various coun-
tries, including Germany and
Czechoslovakia to enter Palestine
illegally- The Government has
communicated with a number of
European governments, he added
with a view to securing their co-
operation to prevent illegal im-
migration traffic which is a
source of great difficulty for the
Government and has caused hard-
ship to refugees. When Mr. Wil-
liams inquired whether foreign
governments had not been invit-
ed to provide transit visas for
immigration, the Under-Secre-
tary replied that the Govern-
ment's activities were devoted to
legal immigration. To the con-
tention that the British Govern-
ment's action may work grave
hardship upon mary legitimate
immigrants, Mr. Butler agreed
that that aspect of the matt' r
must be kept in mind.
Pro-Arab Propaganda Discus-
sed in Debate
Discussion of the Palestine
question also embraced an ex-
change of questions regarding
the German propaganda aseiil ing
anti-Arab atrocities in Palatine
to the British military for. -
M. P. Price, Laborite, asked the
Premier whether he was aware
that these stories emanated from
an Arab center in London and
whether any steps were being
taken to counteract the propa-
ganda in Germany.
Mr. Butler replied that the
Government was aware of the
mendacious reports from various
agencies giving a false impres-
sion of the situation in Palestine
and the action of the British
forces there. To offset these re-
ports the broadcast by the British Broad-
casting Corporation in English
and foreign languages. Another
question was asked on the same;
subject by J. McGovern, Indepen-
dent Labor, Categorical r< pudla-
tion of the atrocity propaganda
ha.) been made by Colonial Sec-
retary Malcolm MacDonald, the
Under-Secretary said.
Z. O. A, Concludes
Annual Convention
Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)Drastic prohibitive and reg-
ulative powers over the sale and
transfer of land are assigned to
the High Commissioner for Pal-
estine in an amendment to the
1922 Order-in Council published
in last Thursday's Gazette.
The amendment received the
approral in London of the King's
Regency Council on May 25th. It
empowers the High Commissioner
to enact legislation for land sales
transfers, restrictions and prohi-
bitions. Under this authority
rigid control is established over
the acquisition of land by Jews.
REFUGEES SURRENDER
TO AUTHORITIES
Haifa. (WNS-Palcor Agency)
Six hundred ninety-three refu-
gees, entered Haifa Harbor fly-
ing the Zionist flag. The refu-
gees had been transferred in mid-
sea from a larger stsauner to
the launch which brought them
to the shores of Eretz Israel.
Two hundred and fifty women
were among the young Jewish
would-be immigrants whose voy-
age had consumed the last three
and a half mon|hs, and three
babies had been born during the
quarter year trip.
New York. (WNS) -The 1,000
delegates from forty four states,
gathered at the Hotel Commodore
last week concluded the 42nd an-
nual convention of the Zionist
Organization of America by re-!
electing its preisdent. Dr. Solo-
mon Goldman and the entire ad-
ministration, adopting resolutions
in support of world Zionist lea-
dership and opposition to Britain's
new policy for Palestine, and
pledging its support to a three-'
point program contained in a
message cabled from Jerusalem
by the Executive of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine.
The 3-point program called for
(1)continuation of Jewish im-1
migration into Palestine and the
strengthening of the Jewish!
Homeland's economic structure
through intensified land pur-
chase and colonization. (2)op-
position to Arab domination and
resistance to any administrative
regime in Palestine designed to
stifle the growth of the National
Home; (3)intensified efforts to
convince world public opinion of
(Continued on Page Eight)
General Council To
Meet August 15th
Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agen-
cy)The General Council of the
World Zionist Organization will
hold a plenary session on August
15th, the day before the Twenty-
First Biennial Congress is sched-
uled to begin in Geneva, it was
announced here.
Jerusalem Elections Commit-
tee Confirmed
District Commissioner Edward
Keith-Roach has officially con-
firmed the Elections Committee
announced on June 22nd in pre-
paration for the nomination of a
new Municipal Council with the
subsequent naming of a new
Mayor for Jerusalem. Jewish
circles concerned, however, are
taking it for granted that the
Jews will not participate in the
elections because the composition
of th? Commision is held to sym-
bolize a minority status for the
Jews, whereas they constitute an
absolute majority of the Jeru-
salem population.

I
mm
L
__


PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIA1C
FRIDAY, JULY
WEDDING
TAKES PLACE
The marriage of Miss Eleanor
Ethel Shapoff, daughter of Mr.
ami Mrs. I. S. Shapoff, to Robert
Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Miller, took place Sunday after-
noon, July 2nd at 5:00 P. M
at the Beth David auditorium
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing. The bride was attended by
Miss Olive Miller, sister of the,
groom as maid of honor. Mr.
Herman Rosenthal was best man..
Following the ceremony the bri-|
dal party and friends were ei-|
tertained at a reception and din-
ner at the Shoreham Hotel.
Out of town guests attending
were Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Rudo,
uncle and aunt of the bride and
Mr. Louis Shapoff, uncle of the
bride, all from Baltimore, Md.

VISIT; IN
NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein
left recently aboard the S. S. Al-
gonquin for New York where
they attended the wedding of
their son, Roy, to Miss Jerry
Boene. The wedding took place
June 2!>th at the chapel of the
Hebrew Institute with Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman of Miami offi-
ciating. Dinner for the family
and friends followed the cere-
mony.

LEAVES FOR
NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. S. Ritter iff- this
week for Bradley Beach, New
Jersey, where they will remain
for three weeks.
RESIDING
AT BEACH I
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson
and daughter, Norma Lee, are
now residing at their new home
at 227 East San Marino Drive.
San Marino Island, Miami Beach.

B'NAl BRITH
TO MEET
The regular business meeting
of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith
will be held Tuesday evening
July 11th at 8:30 P. M., at the
Elk's Club Lodge rooms, 9 N. E.
Third Street, Miami. A well
known speaker will be featured
on the program. All members
and friends are cordially invited
to attend. *? I

LEAVE
FOR NORTH
Mr. R. R Adler accompanied
by Mrs. S. N. Halpert and son,
Stanton, left Friday morning for
Baltimore and Philadelphia whore
they will remain for several
weeks, visiting with relatives and
friends.
TY *
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor

BABY IS
BORN
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz
announce the birth of a baby n
Tuesday, July 4th, at the Jackson
Memorial Hospital. The bris "']!
take place Wednesday morning
at the hospital at 11:00 A. M..
with Rev. Josef Malek officiat-
ing. All friends are cordially in-
vited to attend. Both mother
and baby are doing fine.

CONGREGATION
TO MEET
A general meeting of the Beth
David Congregation will be held
Sunday evening, July 9th at 8:00
P. M.. at the Beth David Talmud
Torah with Mr. Leo Ackcrman
presiding. The verifying of the
budget for the coming year i!l
be presented and the C>mmittce
of endowments will report. The
election of the Rabbi an! Cantor
will take place. All members are
urged to attend.

MEETING TO
BE HELD
The Miami Chapter of the Wo-
men's Division of the American
Jewish Congress will hold a gen-
eral meeting Wednesday aft r-
noon, July 11th at 2:30 P. M.. at
the home { Mrs. S. II. I.utsky.
3114 Prairie Avenue, Miami
Beach. Rev. Miles D. Blanchard
will be the guest speaker and his
topic will be "The Jew in Demo-
cracy" Mrs. Gertrud.' Siegal
will render several vocal selec-
tions. Refreshments will be serv-
ed. All members and friends
are urged to be present.
MRS. BENJAMIN LE VINE
President of the Miami Sectioi
National Council of Jewi-h Wo-
men, will serve as one >'f the
hostesses at the special Coun-
cil Day at the Florida Pavilion
of the New York World's Fair
July 12th.
Eddie Cantor traded $500,000,
ten years ago for a 17-room man-
sion at Great Neck, N. Y. He
and the family lived there only
fi months after he bought it.
Last week, he offered to give the ,
place away as a home for some
charitable institution. It caused,
him a prominent thatch of gray
hairs and cost almost the origi-
nal price over again to keep up
the house all these years. Can-
tor thinks it's better to make a
"poor house" out of it, before it
CULTURAL MEETING
TO BE HELD
Monday evening. July 10th the
Junior Division of tile Y. M. H.
A. will present a cultural
gram featuring an ope,, forum
discussion in which members
visitors will participate. F
ing the meetingi refn
will be Berved. All b
girls from the ages of 1 and
over aic cordially invited to at-
tend.

TO BE HONORED
The Miami Conservatory of
Music is giving a musical and re
ception in honor of Mrs, Mildred!
Greenberg Kates Monday even-
ing, July 10th at 8:30 P. M at
the Miami Women's Club. Mrs.
Kates is visiting here from Ha
vana. She will be pre* nted
the musical program ami all of j
her friends who wish t" h .,
play again are cordially ::,
to attend.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------j
male.- a "poor house iivinav
of him.
VISITS IN
NORTH
Mr and Mrs. Louis Zeientt
left th. city f"- New York ami
Boston. In Boston they will v\*H
with their daughter and son iii-
law, Mr. and Mr-. Saul Srole.

VISITING IN
NEW ^ORK
Mr. ami Mrs. Leo Eisenstein of
M ami Bl a. h. are staying at the
R Hotel. New York, where
they have hen visiting for the
past month. While there they
visited the World's Fair. They
will return to the city the latt r
part of July.

YOUNG Jl'DEV
>1 EFTS
At the last me< ng of the
Benjamin N. Cardoia Young Ju-
i'-a Chapter, plan- were complet-
ed for a rie 'f cultural pro-
grams under the direction of
M Evelyn Auslander. The
,1 will be
. irrent
Jewish problems. Full details
will b announ t date.
arer: "Hollyi
keep tl .
.'.i Iding -- iff and
.tl them." Phil Baker: "The
"f ''' didn't | e> 'i! for
this last
1: : pendence 1' ij it wa- the
.if '77K'" lly Gardner:
i fornia it never rains hut
res!" Hud Abbott i Ab-
. Costello): The waiter
dropped an armful dishes in
the middle of -.heir act and the
forgot thdni wa-^hing
him pick up the piece!they had
to win them hack quick so Bud
'. "This guy treats china
than Japan.'' ... Molly
I' "The finance companies
are hearing a new alibi thes.
their debtors call up
taj "The only part of the in-
l i an give you this week
is the STALL."
TO VISIT IN
NEW YORK
Mrs. William Friedman left
this week for New ToH wfcer.
she will visit relatives an i f,iendj
for several weeks.

LEAVE FOR
CLEVELAND
Mr. and Mrs. Max \Y .
will leave Sunday for Clevehgd
Ohio, where they will .-,,., foj
several weeks.

AUXILIARY TO HOLD
ANNUAL PICNIC
The Ladies Auxiliary the
Jewish Welfare Bureau I] hold
heir annual all-day pj su.
day. July 30th at the S,, p|aa
Hotel, 425 Ocean Drive, Miami
Beach. Food will be
teria style all day. ( .
arrangements is Mrs. Minnie
Engler, who is being a ted by
Mesdnmes Morris Cow Henri
Bulbin, Sadye G. Rosi
Friedman, Maurice Ja p,
Eiehengreen, Harry K,, fman,
Louis Hartz, J. Dm
Schwartz, Louis Brow Albert
Rosenthal, Jennie Rotf< I and
Sidney Palmer. Mr. B. V
chef and Mr. Harry K i if man
will be in charge of th
All members ami friei
dially invited to attend.
ir
I
HAVE YOUR
ELECTRIC I
WANTED!
Will pay $1.00 eacn for
copies <>f The Jewish Flori-
diaii issue of November 19,
1937. A.Mrcss
CHARLES LUBELSKY
Care P. O. Box 2973, Miami.
Florida
IM SO
Inervous
I COULD
SCREAM
YOU HAVE NT USED
THAT NERVINE
I BOUGHT YOU
m
\
REFUNDS
AUDITED
BY
!

THOMAS E. j
GR AD Y
Former Ifcite and Traffic
Consultant for the
City of Miami
809-10 BI8CAYNE BLDG.
KOOLMOTOR
GASOLINE
and
OILS
ACME TIRES
CITIES SERVICE
PRODUCTS
/
ORANGE STATE
OIL CO.
Distributors
J
low available
for your vacation
SKY HIGH in the
WHITE MOUNTAINS
*it, N* Himpihirt
Enloy ths luxury and Islsurs ds-
slgnsd lor a distingu'uhsd Isw.
5,500 acrss ol wondrous forssl
bsauty. four sparkling lakss; pri.
Tato qoll court* on ths grounds;
10 milM ol riding and hiking trails;
Isnnls. boating, bathing, fishing, all
ports. Special psrlormancss by
Ths Yanks* TroupsrsPrsyiswi ol
Hollywood's Flnsst.
Mule Discla; Entertalnmcol
noted CuisIk (Dietary Ut>
A De Luxe Vacation
f Moderate Ratti.
Your hosts
THE FAMILY JACOBS
It. Y. Olllc*. 870 7th Ays.
Phons Clrcl* t.J4to

Dr.Miles
fce.ps to Re/Q
tense Nerve*
Ho you feel tense and keyed-
U ij ^ carc of hom* nd
childrca the obligation of .octal
or community We. the worry of
naances, "get on your nervea"?
"NERVES"
May spell the difference be-
tween happiness and misery for
you and your family.
irJLvu ",V,M*rvous. Sleepless,
Irritable, Restless, it may be due
r" *> you will find Dr.
MUes Nervine a real help.
Your DnifirUt ha, Dr Miles
Nervine both |.|auld ."^ J5J"
veseent Tablets. Kffer"
My 1 111 \r KVlNr
LajW bU. JIM. SSSrML 25*
EFFERVESCENT TAB1 FTS
Urre pk. 75,. Sm.U p'wTk,
Host se11rs iu
new fine jgaiiK<'
v a n t r u r I i n
Uv Barbara I.o<>
I
.00
pair
S rs. IM
3-Thread
Hose
Chiffons to a queen s ia3te!
Beautifully sheer, snarf re-
sistant and smooth as cream
in texture. A best. ^Uer
with improvements for bet-
ter fit! SUes 812 W
ter fit! Sizes 8 1-2*
Blush. Paree and T;ihiti
shades in the group
Hosiery. Streel Floor
J


IDAY, JULY 7, 1939
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
dfemsffi IFKoiriidliiaiin
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
P. 0. Box 2973
PLANT AND OFFICES
21 S. W. Second Avenue
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager
eied os second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at
Miami, Florida, under the Act oi March 3, 1879
OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL
FLORIDA CITIES
year
SUBSCRIPTION
[Mcnths
FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1939
VOLUME 12.NUMBER 26
$2.00
$1.00
A Step Forward
Though a long and difficult journey, Miami Young Men's
ew Association has finally reached the goal where the
ignition of a community center deserves, has been acknow-
*d and the "Y" now has been placed on a par with other
;hy organizations of Miami. The "Y' today is being ree-
led by entire Jewry of Greater Miami and is receiving the
ort that it needs so greatly to enable it to expand and
into a "Y." a community center. Without a doubt the
decision to become an affiliated agency of the Greater
i Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds, at its inception,
given it the impetus, the force and the power to come out
under, to grow, expand, and improve. The Federation
placed the "Y" in a position to maintain its efficient and
>ble director, Maurice Grossman, who since assuming the
ion has inaugurated a cultural program sorely needed and
ir before made available. With his program he has made
"Y-' conscious and the club the scene of great activity.
With the problems of the entire world weighing so heav-
jupon us, we are apt to overlook the great importance of
ing both the character and health of the youth of today,
iiami, for the first time in its history, the Y. M. H. A. has
led an annual summer Home Camp. The only one South
Washington, it has been greeted by one and all, Jew and
hJew as an achievement for the civic and spiritual better-
^Bt of the area.
I Non-Sectarian, it offers campers a varied program includ-
classes in art and crafts, calisthenics, the use of an equip
I playground, story-tellir.g and other numerous forms of ac
Htiis under qualified supervision. With this step forward.
Hther with it1; other vast improvements, as the library,
torium and recreation facilities the "Y" truly becomes a
Kacter building institution in more than name alone, a place
re young and old can come together and feel at home in
nvironinent definitely Jewish.
This week the "Y" installs new officers. Under this cap-
I leadership together with the untiring efforts of its direc-
Bhe "Y" is destined for great things.
The foundation tor the community center has been laid,
seed been sown. Blossoms are coming forth. We need
",all of usold and young alike. Let all of us put
oulders to the wheel so that we may culminate a fond
and bring to a complete realisation for the community,
ter Y. M. H. A.a real community center.
B'NAI B'RITH
mm
BRIEFS
(BY SIDNEY SEGALL)
Sholem Lodge's boat ride was a
tremendous success. More than
fifty people were turned away at
the docks. ThJ "Seven Seas" had
a capacity crowd, the weather
was ideal, the water calm, re-
freshments sufficient and music
adequateso a swell time was
had by the fortunate ones who
purchased tickets in advance.
---------B---------
Your writer is happy to report
that B'nai B'rith is doing its
share in the support of the com-
ing National Convention of the
Jewish War Veterans. The big
s h o \v featuring entertainment
from the various local night clubs
in Flamingo Park. Miami Beach,
on the night of the Fourth
sponsored by the Civic League of
the Beach, saw many members of
our Lodge actively assisting in
thi-; successful fund raising event.
---------B---------
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
ORCHID PRESENTATION
Congratulations to the London News Chronicle and the
New York Post for that most vivid account of life in a Nazi
concentration camp. Theof course anonymousauthor.
imprisoned in the same camp where Pastor Niemoeller passed
the third anniversary of his arrest last week, reports that,
while the Pastor is exempt from the physical torture other
inmates are subjected t... special efforts are made to torment
him in various more subtle ways. Incidentally, the only
books Niemoeller is allowed to read in concentration camp
are the New Testament ami Nazi literature by Hitler ami Ros-
enbergand so far the Pastor lias stuck to the Bible. .
THJS AND THAT
It doesn't look as if the 1944 Olympic Games will be held
in Italy, as Mussolini wants. ... As a matter of fact, the Eu-
ropean situation is so fluctuating that its a wise government
that knows whether it'll have even a capital to function from
next year, not to mention 1944. ... Did you notice how quiet
the publicity-loving Leslie Hore-Belisha, British war secretary,
is keeping these days? .... He has decided to have all his
arr.ouncemeiits made through Chamberlain, because of the
Mosely bunch in England, which unfurled new anti-Semitic
activities every time Britain's Jewish war minister made a
public statement. That soft green rug on which their
British majesties stood during their Congressional reception
in the Rotunda is the very same rug which before and since
thefr visit has graced the private library of Congressman Sol
Bloom.....Bloom, who has an eye for historic associations,
lent the rug to the Senate House Committee for the occasion.
LISTEN HERE
So confident are the Nazis of ruling the world before you
can say boo that the Berlin airport is being enlarged suffi-
ciently to take care of the traffic a world capital would get,
and the restaurant there is being made big enough to accom-
modate 60,000 people. ... If you think they're kidding just
consider that Bolivian dictator German Buschas yet only un-
officially allied with the Nazisheats tip newspaper writers
who displease him. and Paris lately has seen the rise of the
Rhine.....\nd Defense Minister Oswald Pirow of South Af-
rica, ! the world, has again come out with a statement that Germany
should l.e given a number of colonies- preferably Dutch or
Portugese.....\ll of which reminds us of what an Aryan
Plans arc under way fnr a pie German lad.- of our acquaintance report-......It seems s
nic in August to be sponsored went into one of New York's German bookstores, and as she
Reports from Chairman "Mat-
ty" Bandler of the Membership
Committee advises us that the
| various Brothers who have solici-
; tation cards need awakening from
their slumb?r. The return of
Brother Bandler from his vaca-
tion will undoubtedly give new
impetus to the membership drive.
Your reporter >s informed that
approximately one hundred new
members have been recruitd to
date during the present cam-
paign. The Brothers who volun-
tarily and conscientiously took
cards containing names of pros-
pective members should, in our
opinion, either get out and con-
tact said names or return the
cards to the membership com-
mittee.
Sholem I,odge will know soon
whether its permanent meeting
I place will lie the Miami Elks
I Ledge Room (the temporary pres-
ent meeting place) or Biscayne
Temple of the Masonic Lodge.
B
jointly by Sholem Lodge
West Palm Beach Lodge.
a browsed among the books explained to the shop's owner that
The
, she was having a terrible time learning English, and eonse-
picnic is an annual affair and "
will he held at Fort Lauderdale. 'P'itly eon
More about this later.
B-
whil
?r
network master-minds al-
llost them on that Sunday*
prhen the RCA-Magic Key
picked up Oslo, Norway;
England; Buenos Aires,
ina and other foreign
with deft ease but exper-
an embarrassing delay
[trying to contact Holly-
during the same entertain-
er broadcast Armounc-
ler cued the words"And
take you to Hollywood"
"biiig happenedfor fully
Inutes. It developed later
|e cinema center was lost
fcre west of Omaha due to
fcuble. Joe Penner ink-
li week contract for a fall
return to the NBC ether char.rf I
on FridaysThe Edwin Franko
Goldman Band Concerts begin
weekday airings on July 9th at
9:30 P. If. to 10:30 P. M. E. D.
S. T., over the Mutual network.
Th.' many Brothers who heard
the inspiring address on the
Fourth at Flamingo Park by Rev.
Richard Evans, famous Y. M. C.
A. Chaplain, certainly must have
been thrilled. A more dynamic
Independence Day address has
probably never been heard in
these par's. Your writer strong
|y urges that Rev. Evans be given
more attention by B'nai BVith
in a vitally important branch of
B. B. activities. Entiendc
In the fantastic fairyland of
the cinema city there dwells one
Samuel Goldwyn, who is as *hey
say "A Chara'tar" Shrewdly
supervising his artful film ">ro-
ductions, Mr. Goldwyn sometimes
gives out with slightly bewi'der-
ing and unexpected exprftuioi:
F'rinstanec we cornered him for
a brief interview not so long ago
and got his opinion of a ce-tain
fellow Character who had dono
his a trifling wrong. In ten's of
Goldwynism, this is how his opin-
ion went: "Sure, I know he tries
to be a nice fella. Before he
done what he did to m? I wou'd
have given my right arm fo<- him
and I still wouldbut now-
only up to my wrist.
Baton-wielder Sammy K a y e
was supposed to have pirated Kay
Kyser's musical styleyet, Sam-
my played the New York Strand
Theatre on Broadway, last week
and almost doubled the atten-
dance mark chalked up when Ky
ser visited the same place weeks
ago.
try. Whereupon the book-seller came back with: "Oh,
don't worry about learning English.....Another two years,
and we'll have this country all to ourselves, and you won'l need
to know English at all." .... Interesting details on the Nazi
conspiracy n this country are expected to emerge at the trial
of Fritz Kithn. which has been set for October 11th, and which
w,. are impatiently awaiting ....
CONVENTION ECHOES
At the Zionist convention the foreign policy around the
White Paper of course dominated all discussion, and not
enough attention was paid to Morris Margulies' achievement
in bringing the Zionist membership up to 50-122. Looking
over the records, we see that when Morris became the secre-
tary of the Z. O. A., in 1932, the membership numbered 8,512.
.....You'll agree with us that Margulies deserves a big
hand for having increased Zionist strength in this country by
almost 500 percent in the six years he has held his office. .
Dr. Solomon Goldman proved at this convention that whenever
he wills it he can create an enthusiastic Stimmung for Pales-
tine work among the delegates. ... He unquestionably quali-
fies as the greatest Zionist speaker next to the undisputed
master of them all, Stephen S. Wise. The cigars that Dr.
Wise bought for Louis Lipsky, as a gift to celebrate Lipsky's
recovery from his recent illness, will not be smoked by the
veteran leader. The doctors have ordered him to change
to a denictonized brand......
(Continued on Page Four)
-J


PAGE FOUR
THE -TT-WTBT FlOBiniAN
FRIDAY, JULY 7 1939
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1646 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
Y" Installation To g^ 7 Confidential
Be Held Wednesday
The joint formal installation of
the Young Men's and Young Wo-
men's Hebrew Association will be
held Wednesday evening. July 1-
(Cntinued from Page Three)
YOU SHOULD
KNOW
first radio appearance of th(
son on a program ipoasored W
the Palestine Pavilion Jlt ..
World's Fair.....The famZ
Yiddish actor-dirtjctfcr
; the Pavilion as a dramatic cob-
trihution to the creati
ter understanding of I
0 Zalman Schneuir, reno' ] u
at'^O R M.; at the ''V' club- Some people Justcaret mm ^ wh ^ f
..hen expression in the revh -d :,n|w
editors of Israel- P*ers not
rood tnat l"tM". If you
WORD OF THANKS
IN THE SYNAGOGUE
...................* *
Our picnic has been the finest1 The Rev. Dr. T. L. Lipshitx.
v .1 a .. sincere' formerly Rabbi of Leipzig, Ger-
we ever had and our sincere ___,,
... manv, spoke in the synagogue
thanks to the many friends who |agt Saturday and conducted the
made it possible. To the merch- Ajn Yaakov class on Sunday,
ants who so kindly made their Rabbi Lipshitz spent the week-
splendid contributions, to our end in Miami enroute to Havana
many loyal workers who shared and while in our community was
' toi, the house guest of Rabbi and
in the work so wholeheartedly ^ KeUne",
and to the many who by their The shult.han Aruch class will
attendance made this success pos- for tj,e duration of the thrpo
sible we say thank you and God weeks of Lamentation take up
bless you- i the laws governing this period
! and the Laws of Tishe Beov.
* BUILDING PROGRESS *
"' ,M7 W Fifth Street, lean,------- we auppoa i
*sr, -......- ;r......-itiats EHriv
will feature a one-act ,lny b> future ^ Featured the Guiiu. ^
the V. M. H. A. Stock Company. II nevei be am F jn thp ,righ p ni
.. ......... _i u .,. All contention, but we have more w
Refreshments will be served. All
members and friends are cordially!
invited to be present
that the reason
Worlds' Fair is a lett r Dii
why Eddie Cantor snd his radio ? ^ H

BENEFIT SHOW
DRAWS CROWD
in which his fondnv--
had something to do with
way next season, pla
main role in Maxwell '
sponsor, Camel cigarettes, have
,pt had something to do with J ^J?!* "
,,.,k in the un-Ameri- *> will be back Rr0id
, of a well-known figure
who, in turn, has mmim

With Camels.....When
new drama, "Key
One of the largest crowds yet rf Hollywood stars Appropriately eno
to attend a performance ai Ham- ^^ hun th(,ir Ross, fistic ex-cha
ingo Park took place las, night, ^^ on ,talian ships division, will play the
h would seem that the anti-Ital- i*?*!"**"
ian feeling in fhis country has. Golden Boy this summer
YAHRZEIT
The Building Committee has, Th
approved the finest sketch of our I I
proposed new building and order- synagogue
ed the completions of plans and Tarn
when the Civic League of Miami
Beach sponsored a benefit show
for the Jewish War Veterans
National Convention to be held in
Miami August 28th to September
3rd.
The program was opened by a
I ,
Barnejl
in ti[
Italian ships divisions, will play the I I ro,|
.i new high- Tyrone
Orossinger's non-New
Power and Annabella, movie new
... ought to know, is one ,
iest hosteleries
in mil-., lew nosteienes in
lvweds, were aiiv i-- \ l .. ~ o Itol- Alpsthe mountain
their honeymoon trip en an Ital ,. ... ,
i- boa:_____American canary prosaically call the i |
^e Yahrzeit of the late Harry lad of Jewish War Veterans ^ ^ ^ ^ rrom Equal** the mag.j
Jpton was observed in the dressed in uniform who pre- ^ .^^ ^{]y as K,her that w illian
agogue on the 18th day of ed the American Hag. The Mar ^ ^ of German-bred Han ley of the Silver Shirts
imuz with the kindling of the Spangled Banner was sung by ^ _;in,n(|_ ed in the head by a
i the audience, accompanied by the
specifications. A special m*t- Memorial light and the traditional ^^ ^ ^.^.^ ^ ^
ing to be held on Thursday even- prayers. entertaining show was presented
AHOl'T PEOPLE
childhood Which i
lot of things. .
LADIES AUXILIARY
through the courtesy of 'he local Judge Harry Fisher of Chicago
night clubs. '" ":,1L' with Mrs' Fish for a
Through the courtesy of Fleia- I th.- Soviet I'nion.
her Studios, Popeye the Sailor while Dr. Solomon Goldman and
gogue, a community hall and Tal-
mud Torah. Blue prints of the
proposed structure will soon be Mr. Abe Aronovitz. city attorney,
, r. M person and amused the crowc
mud Torah. Blue prints of the ening, July 18th at 8:.10 P. \, ,___ ...u
ing. July 6th will discuss ways ,
and means of a building fund ,
campaign. Present plans call for
a full set of buildings including'*
a spacious and beautiful syna-1 The Ladies Auxiliary will hold "^ anT^iive"oyT appeared in Mrs G Idmai are or their way
- their Board meeting Tuesday ev- .,1 tn Pnlnntine Maurice 55am
-1 .. person and amused the crowd, lo raiesune. naurici m
Grumpy, also of movie fame, who u< lead of taking :i vacation,
appeared in "Snow White and the ha- written a new book which will
| Seven Dwarfs." gave several mak its sppearanct soon, under
------------------------------------------------numbers to the great amusement the title of "The Anti Chn-t;.in
the merger of these two Jewish of the audience. Popeye. his girl Conspiracy." .... Rabbi Joseph
legal fraternities be a guiding Olive Oyl, and Grumpy, are em- Taxay of Tern Haute. ,s off for
light for the loftv ideals of the ployed by Fleisher Studios at anothei f his European jaun".
profession and Jewry. The fol-! present and are making cartoon his itenerary including Germany-
lowing officers were elected: J pictures. Maurice Schwartx, just back
Robert B. Shapiro, Chicago, Grand' The highlight of the evening from a European '.our. made his
Chancellor; A. D. C. Cohn, Atlan- was a speech on "Americanism,"
published.
will be the guest speaker.
SOCIETY
SPINOZA GROUP
HAS MEETING
"Why Spinoza's Great Influ-
ence" was the topic of Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson's lecture before the
Spinoza Group last Saturday af-
ternoon. "Spinoza set for him-
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO.]
INC.
37th St. and Normal Ave.
CHICAGO. ILL
Delirious Coraad Bee!
Pickled. Gawked and SmsfaJ
Meats
DEMAND IT FROM YOUR
DELICATESSEN
Now Obtainable K> err-
where in Kl'irida
ston, Exchequer; Norman Silver- [ rived in Miami yesterday after-1|
man, Chicago, Master of the noon from the West Coast, espec-lj
self the hard task of laying down' Rolls; Ben Liss, Grand Historian ially for this occasion. I j
the principles whereby men may and Harold J. Kaufman, Balti- The entire proceeds of this '
guide themselves in all the af-j more, Grand Marshall. show will be donated by th Ci
fairs of life, the highest as well. Alpha Kappa Sigma was found- League to the Convention Cor-
as the lowest. His philosophy is,' ed at the University of Maryland poration to help defray expenses
the most exaulted and the most in 1919 and Nu Beta Epsilon was of the National Convention. All
matter of fact." j founded at Northwestern Univer- expenses for the evening were
MAMMOTH FOOD STORES
Over 3,000 Items for Your Selection
2 STORES TO SERVE YOU
N Miami Avenue and 19th St.1463 S. W. 8th Street
WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE
Next Saturday afternoon the sity in 1918.
Group will meet as usual on the t t
lawn, at lOW Collins Avenue,1
at 3:00 P. M. Dr. Wolfson's topic AWT.U. PICNIC
will be: "How to attain supreme tO BE HELD
and enduring happiness." All are
welcome. There is no charge.
FRATERNITIES
MERGE
Beth David Sisterhood
paid out of th'' treasury of the
five League, thereby making it
possible for the entire gross pro-
ceeds to be turned over to the
Convention fund.
Will Carl Gardner was Master of
sponsor their annual picnic at Ceremonies. The executive corn-
Hardies' Casino, Miami Beacn, mittee in charge of the evening
Sunday, July 30th. Provisions was composed of Carl Gardner
are being made to accommodate anj Benjamin Cohen, co-chair-
many friends not only throughout men; Sid Weiss, Jake Ehrlich,
Alpha Kappa Sigma and Nu the day but the evening as well. Ha|.rv Zuckernick and the Board
Beta Epsilon. National Legal Fra-( Full details will be published in 0f Directors of the Civic League
ternities, held a merger conven- next week's issue. j as a committee.
tion in Columbus, Ohio. June 24th,
and 25th. The merged Fraterni-|
ties will be known as Nu Beta
INSURED SAVINGS
MORTGAGE LOANS
Epsilon with chapters at the Uii-
versity of Maryland, George
Washington University, George-
town University, National Uni-
versity, University of Newark,
Temple University, DePaul Uni-
versity, University of Chicago,
University of Pennsylvania, At-
lanta Law School, Northwestern
University, Washington Univer-
sity of St. Louis, University of
Illinois and Marquette University.
The convention keynote was for
a vital need of cooperation among
all Jewry, and particularly among
those of the legal profesion in
the United States.
Resolutions were adopted that
"Florida's Largest Tire Brokers"
3AVE 50 PERCENT ON TIRES
UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE
GRENTNER BROS. noi s w. 8th st
OPEN EVENINGS PHONE 3-4050
GREYHOUND LINES
GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH
FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION w, m
AIL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM Ph. 5-1812
515 WASHINGTON AVENUE
563 COLLINS AVENUE
OHDE FEDCRflL
snvincs rhd Loan nssocmTion
* of mmmi *
Ground f|..r Conjrsss BldS.. 109 N. E. Second B>-
LOW COST LONO TERMS
Singie Mortgage
Home Financing Plan
J. M. LIPTON, President


BE
AY, JULY 7, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN
"kQE FIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi-
Offire Phone 2-1473
THIRD AVENUE
497 Southwest 18th Road
Home Phone 2-2176

?PERMANENT CALENDAR
FOR THE YEAR
^Raily services at 7:00 a. m., and
^B p.
fcbbath Services Saturday
ning at 8:30.
jnior Congregation Services
Irday morning at 10:30.
lily Hebrew School9:00 a.
[to 12:00.
tH DAVID BULLETIN

RADIO HOUR '
bbi Max Shapiro will con-
the Radio Hour over Station
D this Sunday afternoon
3:00 P. M. to 3:30 P. M.
Itor Louis Hayman, accompan
Daytona Beach
NOTES
(BY DAVID MARKS)
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Royes an-
nounce the birth of a baby son
Wednesday, June 28th. The baby
was named Howard at the bris
held Thursday. Both mother and
baby are doing fine.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
62") Michigan AvtMiua
'Phone 5-U2S
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 5-Z013
--------__----__-------------------.----
to take a box can do so through
our offioe, |he Rabbi, or Mrs.
Kalstein.
ied by Mrs. Essie Schaeffer will
be in charge of the musical pro-
gram.
Rabbi Shapiro, in commemora-
tion of Independence Day will
talk on "America's Five-Fold
Program of Independence."
CONGREGATIONAL
MEETING '
The first congregational meet-
ing of the new administration of!
Beth David will take place in the
auditorium this Sunday evening
at 8:15 P. M. All members are I
urged to be present as matters of I
utmost importance will be voted
upon. The highlight order of
business will be the discussion of
an endowment scholarship plan
for the purpose of advancing He-
brew education in Miami.
*>
* DAILY AND SABBATH *
SERVICES
Morning services are held daily
at 8:00 and Saturday at 8:30.
Miss Ethel Nelson was hostess Minoha services at 6:45 and Maa- ** *
at a formal cocktail and dinner, riv services at 7:30 P. M. Rabbi
party in honor of Miss Rosalind Mescheloff will speak on "The; Registration of new children
Friedman of Miami. Those pres- Portion of the Week" at the reg- has been progressing weekly. We
ent were Miss Elaine Lowenstein, ular Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday urge an parents of children be-
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Miss Beatrice Grus, Miss Marian afternoon at 6:45 P. M.
Rutberg, Dr. and Mrs. M. B.
Seltzer, Dr. S. Steinberg, Leon-
ard Dobrow, Albert Rutberg,
Franklyn Goldstein, Irving Sacks *
and Leonard Pepper.
ORGANIZATIONS
Among those visiting in Day-
tween the ages of six and four-
teen to register them for atten-
dance in our daily morning
classes.
BETH JACOB TO AID
J. W. V.
Our Synagogue will raise a
fund for the benefit of the Jewish
War Veterans, of whose local
rael Davidson Dies
Age of Sixty-Nine
The Miami Beach A. Z. A. will
meet Monday evening at 7:30.
P. M. The Boy Scout troop will I '
tona Beach during the holiday meet Tuesday evening at 7:00 P-1
season were Mr. and Mrs. Benny M. The Council of Jewish Ju-
Silverman formerly of Daytona niors will meet Tuesday evening
and now of Augusta, Ga., Miss at 8:00 P. M. All those interested
Betsy Schemer from Jacksonville, in joining these organizations are
Estelle Blum of Augusta, Ga., cordially invited to attend.
Ruby Bronstein and Manny Lev-! Americanization courses for Post our Rabbi is chaplain, with
enson, summer session students! foreign born are conducted twice the running of a series of bingo
at Gainesville. | weekly, Tuesday and Thursday games to be held next week at
______ | nights at 8:30 P. M. j the William Penn Hotel.
Lester Meltzer, son of Mr. and............Our Synagogue is happy of the
Mrs. Joe Meltzer, is now at West wt.,t, f,TjT MT?W Point, U. S. Military Academy MliSKAOHl JNJLWO to hclp this orB.anjzation whose'
where he is studying. very existence is an answer to
--------- We are happy to announce that the charges of many of Israel's
Returning to Daytona were our own Rabbi has been appointed enemies.
Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Bogner and a member of the Vaad Horoshi
Jew York, (WNS)Dr. Israel
idson, Professor of Medieval
rew Literature at the Jewish
[logical Seminary of America,'
for 26 years its registrar and
retary of the faculty, died
last week at the age of 69. {
1933 Professor Davidson re-,
ied the position of registrar j
faculty secretary to devote
)is efforts to the William Pra-
ohair of Medieval Hebrew
erature. During that same
he completed "Thesaurus of |
Jieval Hebrew Poetry," after
rly twenty yars of research
editing. The four-volume,
>0 page thesaurus, printed in
brew except for a few pages
[preface, in 1936 won for him
pat prize of 1,000 offered by
Bailik Foundation for the
It outstanding work in Hebrew
rature published between 1933
1935.
Irae] Davidson came to this
Jtry from Yanov, Russia, in
In 1895 he was graduated
the College of the City of
York. He became a fellow
^entities at Columbia Univer-
sity in 1900 and two years later,
received a Ph. D. degree. In 1905
he became an instructor in Med-
ieval Hebrew literature at the
Jewish Theological Seminary, and
a full professor in 1916. Since(
its establishment in 1928, Profes-
sor Davidson occupied the Wil-
liam Prager Chair of Medieval
Hebrew Literature there. In
1926 he was visiting professor and
lecturer at the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem. In 1937 honorary
degrees of Doctor of Hebrew Law
and Doctor of Hebrew Letters
were conferred on him by Hebrew
Union College and Dropsie Col-
lege, respectively.
STOP THAT ROOF LEAK!
OUR WORK GUARANTEED
NO EXTRA COST
Been at it Since 1919All Types Roofi
No Order Too Smo.ll or Large
ROBBINS ROOFING and
SHEET METAL WORKS
222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-37S5E
LUBRS
VOLPERT'S
FURNITURE
BARGAINS!
Jo Refuse To Be Undersold
55 W. FLAGLER ST.
PHONE 3-4132
.Hi
III
I REV. J. MALEK
Experienced
MDHEL
PHONE 2-0828
3W N. W. 16th Ave.
j2ERsoWlU&
Before you decide on a suitable place
lo spend your Summer Vacation be
sure to consult
LUBER'S OSCEOLA INN
Hendersonville.
North Carolina
2.200 Imi above sea !! h the
iMlqiing mountain breeies assure
o.liohltul cool .umm.r.. Th only hol.l
situated right on the Lake. Bathing
Fishing Dancing Bowing. These
an only a low ol me amusements you
may enjoy there. Delicioue Amencan-
lewioh Meal*. American PlanRales
bom 117.50 pet week. Write lor re.,
reations.
Under eem. Menn.iwiel OS
Leeer Leases Arms Hotel Miami Beech. Fie.
daughter Susan Hannah from 0r National Council of the Mi/. ^ _______,....., ... n
New York; and Mrs. Harry Pep- rachi Organization of America. _-------------------------------------------
per who has been visiting rela- This Council is the highest advis- "'' """" -
lives and friends. ; ory body which decides funda- Vr.TT"MP P A T^RT
--------- mental problems facing the or-, 1V^U1>VT IV^JJJJl.
Misses Florence Pepper and ganization. I 3- years oldi married, two chil-
Eva Nelson have left for the The sale of trees for the Rabbi ^ we], verse(J jn Yiddish
North where they will visit the Meyer Berlin Forest being plant- and 'English: Excellent Chazan,
New York World's Fair. ed in honor of the Rabbi's sixti- 0rganizer
------------------------------- eth anniversary has now begun.1 Wonderfui speaker> Hebrew &
DESTROY 25,000 PINES Trees can be purchased through Sundav Sl.hool teacher; ShocheJ
IN J. N. F. FOREST the Rabbi or the M.zrach, secre- for chickens; reader of Torah,
______ tary, Mr. Feit Our Miami Beach
Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agen- Miirachi has pledged itself to
cy>A fire, believed to be of purchase two hundred trees. Help
arsonist origin, swept through
the King George Forest near
Kfar Hahoresh in the Nazareth
hills and destroyed over 25,000
pines, valued at $15,000.
:^dTt
DiTl>ND
y/o
us carry out this pledge.
Miirachi Fund boxes have been
received by Mrs. A. Kalstein for
placement in the homes of mem-j .
bers and friends.. Those wishing ,mm
wishes a permanent position 1^1
the South; willing to come for
a trial. Answer THE JEWISH
FI.ORIDIAN, Box 2973, Miami
Florida.
JACKSONVILLE'S
LAHGEST see
FINEST HOTEL
300 Room.
J00 fothl
n The
W 1 n
JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA
Convialsntly located in |K
downtown buiinen, ihoppine, end thci-
ttr district. Every room an outride room
(no court) with private bath, circulates,
ice water, radio, fin and bad reedine
lamp. Juitea ol parlor, bedroom and
bath. Superior cuisine, and itrvicc in
The Patio Grill and The Rendeivoui.
Our Lobby, Dining Room,
Lounfc, Beauty Parlor, Barber Shop
and aH public rooms art completely air
conditioned. Mort than hall ol our
Gueit Rooms art individually air con-
ditionedno re-circulation ol air Irom
one fucit room to another. Thii modern,
hoipilal-approyod tyttem ii an ciclutirt
Inline ol The Roosevelt.
Driro your automobile into the
Hotel Roosevelt GarefC, which M
directly connected with our Lobby.
Al Outside learnt Ns Court
Cirtalstias, let Wstsr
Tsk s.a Sstr.ee
In Every soom
fnoo
A .Robert R- Meyer Hotel
e There is a modern pleasant way to get relief from
Headache, Gaa on Stomach, Colds, Heart-
* bum, "Morning After" and Muscular Pain*.
Just drop one or two ALKA-SELTZER tablets la- !
to a glass of water. Watch it bubblelisten to it Has.
As soon as tablet is dissolved, drink the Ungy aotartJon.
Alka- Seltzer
(Axtalgaanc AUrallitng Effervescent Tablet*.
Ton will really enjoy the tastemore like
water than like medicine.
ALKA-SELTZER. when dissolved in water,
tains an analgesic. (Sodium Acetyl-Salicy late), w
relieves pain, while Its alkalizing agents help t
rect everyday ailments associated with hypcracitOBj*
Your druggist has ALKA-SELTZER. Get a Ms)
or SOc package en our "satisfaction-or-inoney-back"
guarantee.


PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIaN
FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1939
J. W. V. CONTEST
GAINS IMPETUS
FURTHER CASUALTIES
AS WEEK OPENS
Great interest is being display-
ed in the selection of a Queen,
to be coronated at the National
Grand Military Ball during the
National Convention of th? Jew-
ish War Veterans of the U. S.
Miss Belle Tannen, of 927
Fourth Stre?t, Miami Beach, has
been nominated by the Senior and
Junior Organizations of the Nat-
ional Council of Jewish WomTf.
Miss Tannen, a resident of Miami
and Miami Beach for many yeirs.!
and a very popular young lady
among the younger set, is all en-
thused with her nomination awl
is busily engaged in "getting
votes." Her sponsors are sup- j
porting her by distributing tick-1
ets among all the members of i
their organization to secure votes
for Miss Tannen.
Tri Beta Sorority's nominee is
Miss Ethel Mintzer. of 1901 S.
W. 16th Street, who. like Miss
Tannen, is a very popular mem
ber of the younger set. In co-
operation with her sponsor or-
ganization and her friends, she
hopes to achieve the goal and be
selected as Queen of the Ball.
Elaborate preparations are be-
ing made by the committea in
charge of this affair. The Civic
Center Ballroom, where the ball
will be held, will be especially
decorated for the affair.
Many other Jewish organiza-
tions are preparing to announce
their selection for Queen.
For any information regarding
the contest call the Jewish Flor-
idian.
Haifa, (WNS-Palcor Agency)
After the week-end's respite
from the bloody events that clos-
ed last week, further casualties
were added to Palestine's mount-
ing roll of the victims of the dis-
orders when three Arabs were
killed and several were injured
by an exploding bomb near Haifa
Harbor and two Jews and several
brigands were wounded during
an attack on a kibbutz near Haifa.
The lethal bomb detonated in-
side an Arab cafe near the har-
bor here.
An armed gang of Arabs at-
tacked a party of Jewish settlers
in the fields of Kibbutz Yagur.
near this city. A patrol of Jew-
ish ghaffirs proceeded to the
scene and engaged the brigands,
repulsing them and inflicting
casualties on them. One wound-
ed brigand was captured and was
found in possession of a German
rifle.
Corporal Abraham Bendov. 20.
was wounded, and one of the ghaf-
firs also received slight injuries.
Nazis Warn Czechs
Not To Resist
ures were sharpened further by
the Reich Protector, Baron Con-
stantin von Neurath in his efforts
to "Aryanize" the economic life
of Bohemia-Moravia by alteration
of the definition of "Jew." All
persons of mixed Jewish and "Ar-
yan" parentage who were confes-
sional Jews last March 17 were
included in the measures, regard-
less of any subsequent change in
religion. The new regulations
set this date back to September
15, 1935, to include all those who
have changed their religion since
that time.
jews are forbidden to acquire
a business, real estate or stocks
and bonds. Their wealth must be
reported to the authorities. Jew-
ish enterprises may not be oper-
ated without written ord.-r from
the Protector.
DISMISS JEWS
FROM OPERA
Budapest, (WNS)Fifty mem-
bers of the Budapest Opera Com-
pany were dismissed in conform-
ity with Hungary's new Jewish
law, which allows only 6 percent
of the company to be Jews.
Jews Summoned
For Road Work
Vienna. (WNSIJews between
the ages uf 18 ami :''< have been
summoned for work on Germany's
highways. Serious shortages of
man-power in the Reich is respon-
for the sudd.n order which
revokes laws which hitherto forc-
ed Jews out of all occups
bringing them together with Ar-
yans-
Prague. (WNS)A deeply sig-
nificant and stirring spon-aneous
anti-Nazi demonstration occurred
at a theatre here when the prin-
cipal character in the play spoke
the words: "I would defend my
State even if I had to die for it."
The audience rose and. tears
streaming down their faces, sang
the Czech national anthem.
Another instance of the hostile
feeling of the Czechs towards the
Nazis is revealed in the informa-
tion obtained from German sourc-
es here that the personal guards
of Protector Konstantin von Neu-
rath have been so demoralized"
by the bitter attitude of Czechs
her? that they are being replac-
ed by a new detachment from
Germany.
A warning to the Czechs that
Germany's patience is not ever-
lasting was given by Konrad Hen-
Jein at the biggest German rally
ever held in Prague. He told the
Germans they wire no longer a
minority but full-honored citizens
of the Reich. His warning to thp
Cz eh- declared that "we can
hav? confidence in the Tzeihs
only when we see them working
no: in n negative mannercon-
spiring and passively resisting
l ut positively."
Mi-inwhile anti-Semitic meas-
London. (WNS)Children have
become the target of Nazi hood-
lum demonstration in the Mora-
vian citi's of Maehrisch-Ostrau,
Bruenn and other cities thickly
populated by Germans, according
to information received from
Prague. Nazis, stationed at park
entrances d.mand to know of ap-
proaching children whether or
not they are "Aryan" and Jew-
ish children are subjected to mis-
r atment and driven away.
A law prohibiting shechita, now-
being prepared by th'1 Slovakian
Government, will affect Jews of
the "protectorate" since there
the practice already has been for
bidden and Slovakia until now
has been their only source for
kosher meat.
DEATH CLAIMS
MRS. LAMPORT
Now York, (WNS)Mrs. Ar-
thur M. Lamport, died here at
the age of 54. after an illness of
five months. Wife of the invest-
ment banker, Mrs. I^amport was
active in philanthropic work.
She served as vice president of
th-' Palestine Lighthouse and
chairman of the Education Com-
mittee for the Blind of Palestine.
Thorkelson Assailed
By Majority Leader
Washington. D. C. (WNS)
The subject of racial prejudice
was brought into the open on
the House floor last week when
House Majority Leader Sam Ray-
burn, Democrat from '1' xa-. in
no subtle manner made it krown
to Representative Jacob Thorkel-
son, Republican of Montana, that
his anti-Semitic insertions in the j
Congressional Record as an "ex-1
tension" of his speech in the
House, would not be tolerated.
Thorkelson. who acted as aide
to General George Va.i Honr
Moseley when the latter appear-j
ed before the Dies Committee,
has been using the normal rou-.
tine of gaining permission of the |
House to extend his remarks in
the Record by inserting in that
publication scurrilous anti S.ini-
tic remarks which have been re-
printed by "Liberation," organ of
the Silver Shirts, and similar
publications of propaganda.
When Mr. Thorkelson asked
permission to extend his remarks
in the Record, Mr. Rayburn au.se
to ask if he intended "as he does
so many times," to place in bis
extension of remarks "material
appealing to racial prejudice."
Rayburn's rebuke was provoked
by a particularly virulent piece
which Thorkelson inserted in the
Record last Thursday naming the
four J wish members of Congress
who hold committee posts and
leaving the impression that they
hold allegiance to an "invisible"
Government of Jewry to which
Thorkelson constantly refers.
"In his extension remarks the
other day." Mr. Rayburn assert
ed. "he referred to Communist*,
various persons engaged in un-
American activities, etc., and
then named every Jew in the
mine' or a ranking member of
House who is chairman of a com-
a committee.
"Just what does the gentleman
mean by mentioning the names of
these Jewish members when re-
fer ring to those engaged in un-
Amoiicarc activities? Then the
I gentleman quoted the provision in
the Constitution to the effect
. that no person holding an office
or trust under the United States
shall accept a present.emolument
or favor from any kind or a for-
eign state. Did the gentleman
intend to accuse the Jewish mem
hers of being Communists or in-
fer that they are getting emolu-
ments from foreign countries ? I
would like to know what is in the
gent! man's mind "
"The gentleman makes terrible
a CUsatioiH against th'' l'v-i
den-." Mr. Rayburn said. "and
inferentially against certain
group-. 1 wonder if the gentle-
man really desires to Bpread rac-
ial prejudice throughout a coun
try in which a'l races and creeds
have lived together in friendship
an.l patriotism."
"I have the same right to
speak as you," was Thork 'Isoi -
response. "I have the right to
defend constitutional governuent
and to speak on it."
"I do not deny that," said Mr.
Rayburn. "Does the gentleman
believe he is defending and per-
petuating constitutional govern-
ment or good feeling in the coun-
try by placing in the record re-
marks of this sort?"
"We do not sacrifice COMtitu-
tional government for anyone."
Mr. Thorkelson replied.
Unanimous consent is needed to
put an extension of remarks in
the Record. Rep. Donald L. O--
Toole, of New York, rose to ob-
ject to the insertion of Thorkel-
son "s remarks in the record, but
Mr. Rayburn said "Oh let it go"
and Mr. O'Toole withdrew hi- ob-
jection. It is understood that the
reason why Mr. Rayburn prefer-
red to withhold objection to Mr
Thorkelson's extensions in the
Record was th fear that in th<
future Thorkelson and his follow-
ers might object to all Insert ins
in the Record by Democratic
leaders.
ffrlAD ANY HEADACHES
LATELY ?
NO, THANKS
TO YOU AND
NERVINE
^
HurseThanks Friend
for Recommending
DR.MUES NERVINE
A nurse writes that she
suffered from frequent
headaches. Nothing stop-
ped them until a friend re-
commended DR. MI LBS
NERVINE. She says Nerv-
ine stops headaches before
they get a good start
Three generations have
found DR. MILES NERV-
INE effective for
Nervousness, Sleepless-
ness due to Nervous Ir-
ritability, Nervous In-
digestion, Headache,
Travel Sickness.
Get DR. MILES NERV-
INE at your drug store.
MQUD NERVINE
I-arue btl. SIM, Small bU. 2S
EFFERVESCENT TABLETS
Large pkf. 75, Small pkg. 3M
t
*


FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1939
Strauss Descendants
Lose Inheritance
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
Vienna, (WNS)Dfcsfehdants
of the renowned Johann Strauss
have been disinherited by Ger-
many and their inheritance turn-
ed over to the City of Vienna,
as a result of an official ruling
by Julius Streicher which classi-
fied them as "non-Aryans."
The Australian "waltz king,"
who di-'d in 189!, married Adele
D'-ut^ch, Jewess converted to the
Roman Catholic faith. The roy-
alty? left her by the composer
will now become Viennese prop-
erty.
Mufti Is Denounced
By Terrorist Leaders
Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)Eight terrorist leaders tak-
ing refuge in Damascus have
joined in issuing a manifesto de-
noi.King the Mufti of Jerusalem
and accusing him of hiring mur-
d rers to slay various Arab not-
ahl s.
The Moslem religious leader is
accused of having spent over
?15.000,000 for private purposes
as agent of foreign powers. The
terrorist leaders assert in their
document that the MacDo.-ialo
White Paper is a partial fulfill-
ment of Arab demands for Pal-
< r.e.
Scenes at Y. M. H, A* First Annual Home Camp
1000 Attend Inter-
Faith Mass Meeting
N.w York. (WNS)About one
thousand persons attended the
Town Hall inter-faith anti-
("oughlin mas meeting and heard
the Rev. Dr. Guy Emery Shipler,
editrr of "The Churchman." a
Protestant Episcopal publication.
accuse the Rev. Charles E. Cough-
lin of "dropping a torch into a
world filled with high explosives."
Rev. John Hutchinson, a Pres
bytirian clergyman, of Bayonne,
N. J., urged an investigation into
thi sources of Father Coughlin's
funo-. and Rabbi Benjamin Plot-
kin, head of the American-Jewish
Alliance, which arranged the
meeting, denounced Father
Coughlin as an enemy of democ-
racy.
-
. -- -
-
>
Jewish Leaders
Denounce Slaying
Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agin
cy)In language p{.nt with h
dignation two hundred leaders of
the Yishuv issued a manifesto
calling upon the Jewish commu-
nity to rule the [nciters whose
activities were responsible for,
the outrages. The sijrnatories
represented all shades of opinion'
and included Henrietta Szold,!
Rector Adolph Fraenkel of the
Hebrew University, Labor Leader'
Berl Katznelson. Moshe Shertok,
political chief of the Jewish Agen-
cy for Palestine, Saul Tscherni-
chow,ky. the poet. Rabbi Moshe
Blau of the Agudath Israel and
Rabbi Jacob Shapiro.
"The Yishuv's struggle against
the White Paper is being stained
with terrorism. The murder of
innocent Arabs accentuates hos
tility and thrusts the Arabs into
the arms of guerilla bands. Mur-
der undermines our political
struggle, endangers the sympathy
of the world and the democracy;
of the Jewish undertaking.
"Murder by Jews herald the
beginning of a ruinous fraternal,
"trife. 'The Yishuv must eradi-|
cat*- this pern fronl the outset>
isolating the inters and the In-
cited elements. The Yishuv must
un>te ,n defense of the National
Home against terror."
Pictured above are scenes of the var-
ied activities of the Y. M. H. A. Home Camp
showing the campers at lunch, on the play-
ground, the calisthenics class, arts and
crafts group at work.
Bottom right, is the staff of the Home
Camp: Mrs. Ann Balland, Mrs. Ann Lieber-
man, Maurice Grossman, Executive Direc-
tor; Miss Dorothy Light man, Camp Direct-
ress; Matthew Bandler; Back row, left to
right, Marjory Roberts, Camp Secretary;
Ruth Rosenfeld, Ira Selevan, Harriet Dam-
enstein, Jack Apte, Gertrude Brown, Phyl-
lis Shulman. Bottom right, Dr. Harold
Rand, Camp Physician.
Photos Bv Hi Tone Photo Service
fc'".L *.J3J^^ ^MkMMT* VI. VI III
Facts About Figures
(BY MONTY MACLEVY)
Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate and The Jewish Floridian
present this first in a series of
exclusive articles on body beau-
ty and figure contouring by
Monty Maclevy, the internat-
ionally famous slenderizing ex-
pert and figure consultant, di-
rector of the Maclevy slenderiz-
ing salons in New York and
author of the Maclevy slender-
izing system employed by lead-
ing beauticians and athletic di-
rectors around the world.
THE EDITOR.
The thermometer, the shop win-
dows on the Avenue, the hotel
and resort ads expanding over
newspaper pages, and the mail-
ings of the travel bureaus, gave
us the beach togs and wispish
summer dance frocks will alreadv
be letting the world know exact-
ly how good you are at figures.
Now that the dog days have real-
ly set in for fair, it isn't any fun
toting around that extra pound-
age either, is it? Now, at this
playtime of the year, with figure-
consciousness on everyone's mind,
you who tip the scales too heav-
ily to the right should determine
to do something about it.
What? The very first thing
is to have a conference with your-
self. Ask yourself in all serious-
ness: "Do I really want to gel
thin?" "Of course," you Will an- j
swerfor no person Wants to be
unattractive looking, self-con-
scious, sluggish, less efficient in
work and less carefree at play.
Yet while you may agree to the
importance of "mind over mat
ter" about which we hear so much
nowadays, you probably fail to
realize that taking off weight
and measurements entails not on-
ly wishful thinking, but an active
resolution to work towards slen-
derizing. The first step then is
to stop consoling yourself with a
set of outworn alibis.
What are these alibis? That
you can't reduce because beiner
overweight runs in your family?
Get rid of that ideafor no one
ever was heir to bulging thighs
or a protruding posterior. What
you may have inherited, because
you were brought up under their
influence, is Papa's taste for,
pastry, or Mama's aversion to;
exerciseand these are habits
which can be lost as tasily a3
they were acquired. That you.
uist eat to get energy for your
work? Certainly, ami that is
why starvation diets are very-
bad, for they rob you of food
elements that your body require?
and denying yourself thee essen-
tials may leave you not only
thinner, but haggard, gaut.t,
with wrinkled complexion and
impaired vitality. But who says
you have to starve in order ta
slenderize? Sensible eating rou-
tines mean merely a decrease in
the consumption of fattening,
foods, and an increased intake of
non-fattening ones. Beside.', diet
alone is ineffectiveit must be
combined with a reducing rou-
tine that exercises the body, dis-
tributing the food where it is
needed and breaking up the store-
houses of fat. Does this lead in
your case, to the third of the
popular alibis that exercise wear-
ies you and you don't have time
for it?
This attitude is so widespread
a bugaboo that it deserves con-
sideration by itself. It is true
that strenuous exercise wearies
many people, and in the long run
can do more harm than good.
Outdoor sports, too, while *hev
are effective as an aid to reduc-
ing, are inadequate as the mam
routine, for they may Be seasonal
or consume too much time. What
must be sought is some kind of
regimen that neither taxes the
body too much nor steals to
many precious hours.
Finding such a routine that
would be both helpful and harm
less has for a long time baffled
figure contouring specialists. B i*.
modern scientific ingenuity bjv*
supplied an answer. In later is-
sues we shall discuss at greater
length the various aspects of fig
ure contouring which we are sure
will be of interest, including
diet, clothes. passive exercise
routines, etc.


PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1939 **
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
HOME CAMP
Z. O. A. Concludes
Annual Convention
the Sub-Junior Division will ren-
1 der a one-act playlet entitled "Hot
At last we can boast of one of Dogs," under the direction of
the finest projects for children Mrs. Bea Dock. Refreshments
in the entire Southeastern area- will be served.
Anyone who was at the "Y" on j i
Monday and saw the bright and LIBRARY
happy faces of youngsters enjoy-, ---------
ing the facilities that the ,T We appreciate the response
has privided for them would have that has been given to our appeal
derived a great deal of pleasure for books for our newly organized
;.n'tj satisfaction. | library. We have received some
There is only one topic of con- ( very fine editions and we again
versation in Miami now, and that ask the Jewish citizens to give
is:' "The Y. M. H. A. Home us as many books as they can.
Conip." Under the guidance of Jewish-English books preferred.
Miss Dorothy Lightman the first, Just call the "Y," 3-4012 and we
day's program was a complete will have someone call for the
success and is an invitation that books,
the programs to follow will be
even bigger and better.
From 9:30 in the morning until
4:30 in the afternoon a program We are proud to report that
of diversified activities is given the Y. M. H. A. Diamond-Ball
the children with never a dull team has won eight straight
moment throughout the day. At games and is now on the top
12:l.r> a delicious luncheon is serv- notch in the league. Thanks to
ed and the children make a bless- Benny Gilman, acting manager of
ing over the bread, sing songs, the team. It will be a rare treat
and give cheers. In short, it is for the members of the "Y" to
one of the most wonderful things come out and see this team play,
that ever happened to this city. | Good luck, the "Y" is with you
It is gratifying to know that to a man.
the Camp has attracted many
non-Jewish persons who have cal-
led the Camp Director and asked
for reservtions for their children. | Mazol Tov to Mr. and Mrs.
We are pleased to announce Harry Spencer Schwartz upon
that the following children are the birth of a bouncing baby boy
DIAMOND BALL
-Y-
CONGRATULATIONS
enrolled in the Camp:
-Y-
CAMP COUNCELLORS
at Jackson Memorial Hospital on
the Fourth of July. We wish
this new youngster and his par-
ents much happiness, joy and
Dorothy Lightman, Camp Di- prosperity. We know, Harry,
rectress, Harriet Damenstein, that your project is now finally
Gertrude Brown. Mildred Berko-j achieved and will be a huge suc-
witz, Ruth Rosenfeld, Phylis cess.
Schulman, Ira Selevan, Gerald
Elkin.
(Continued from Page One) I
the "moral, legal and practical
untenability' 'of the British pol-
icy.
A resolution was adopted
praising the Palestine Jews for
their policy of self-restraint in
| the face of Arab terrorism.
The convention elected thirty
! four delegates, representing ail
sctions of the United States, to:
the World Zionist Congress which
will be held in Geneva, Switzer-|
land, in August. In addition five
Zionist leaders who are members
of the Actions Committee of the
World Body, were chosen ex-of-
ficio delegates to the congress.
I The five are: Dr. Stephen S.
Wise, Louis Lipsky. Dr. Israel
! Goldstein, Abraham Goldberg and
Jacob Fishman.
For signal literary distinction
four American authors of works
on Jewish subjects were awarded
cash prizes of $100. The winners
are Mis.ha Maisels. of New
York, who writ's under the pen
name of Amishai for two volumes
on philosophy. "Thought and
Truth"; Hillel Bavli. of New York
for a volume of poetry: Isaac
Silberachlag of Boston, for criti-
cal essays on German. French
and English poets; and Dr. A. H.
Friedland of Cleveland for son-
mis and short stories. The
awards were made by Menachem
Ribalew. editor of Hadoar, Amer-
ican Hebrew weekly.
On learning of the death last
Tuesday of Professor Israel Dav-
idson, of the Jewish Theological
Seminary, the delegates at the
convention expresed their "pro-
found sorrow" at the loss of the
eminent scholar and sent a tele-
gram signed by Dr. Solomon
Goldman, re-elected president of
the Zionist Organization, to Mrs.
Davidson.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. "ABB. COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
l-reek Drlve-6-lMI BSO N. E. 31st St.-2-54S
6!*>6 Indian
MIAMI BEACH
MIAMI
ither or b..lh of the Rsbbls will b in the Temple every morning.
You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewls comm i.
Blty, or yMf peisonsl problems. You will be assured sympathetic
hearing am! sdvlct, and, needless to say. each matter will be held la
Strict confidence.
MEMBERS
Stewart Apte, Eli Argintar.
Charlotte Blumberg. David Cap-
Ian. Miriam D.'mnati, Frank Gil-
man, Paul Jacobskind, Albert
Kahn, Lawrence Kantor, Edwin
J. Miller. Irwin Moss. Eddie Pont,
Irving Pont. Richard Pallot, Lou-
ise Raphael. Charles Ross, Flor-
ence Ross, Harriette Reissner,
Richard Schulman. X o r m a n
Schwartz, Robert Schwartz, Ber-
nard Shenkman. Gerald Shenk-
man, Rhodes Mezer, Robert Sei-
gel, David Silver, Faye Syman,
Lois Syman, Henry Termenbaum,
Harold Weinberg, Barbara Wein-
er, Eddie Weiner, William Wil-
son, Mildred Zalka.
---------Y---------
NEW ORGANIZATION
MAURICE GROSSMAN
SEVERAL KILLED
IN ESCAPE TRY
We are pleased to announce
that the newly formed organiza-
tion composed of the mothers of
the members of the Drum and
Bugle Corps, Sons and Daughters
of the Jewish War Veterans,
Freda Markowitz Post No. 174,
has organized and will meet at
the "Y" Club Rooms.
----------Y----------
INSTALLATION OF
OFFICERS
Warsaw, iWNS) Professor
Moisi Schorr. President of the
union of Jewish organizations
caring for Jewish refugees in Po-
land, disclosed that he was in-
formed that a group of 140 Jews,
pursued across the Polish border
from Germany, had brought with
them the bodies of several killed
by shots at the Silesian frontier.
He was unable to determine,
however, whether the fugitives
were slain by German police or
by Polish guards defending the
frontier.
Word from Berlin said that
mass deportation of Polish Jews
had broken out anew and that
hundreds had been driven across
the border and an estimated
thousand arrested by Nazi au-
thorities and held for deportation
to Poland shortly.
Among the 140 who now wan-
der about the Polish border are
blind and aged women and men
who were taken from their beds
and during the night packed into
trains headed for the border.
S
Do You
Own
Yeur Home?
There never was a better time
than now to build one.
The Liberal Financing Througn
Federal Housing
Administration
Makes H Posslb'o
Give me a call and I will gladly
help you to get the beet ooe-
lble Information as to Its plan.
H. SIMONS
Care Ackerman Ins. Agency
1016 Seybold Bldg.
Phone 2-3151
We are pleased to announce
that on Wednesday evening, July
12th the Y. M. H. A. and Y. W.
H. A. will install its newly elect-
ed officers at a formal installa-
tion ceremony at the "Y" club
rooms. Mr. Isaac Levin will act
as Installing Officer assisted by
J. Aron Abbott.
The Y. M. H. A. Stock Com-
pany, composed of members of,
SOJOURNS
IN NORTH
Miss Rose Levin, daughter of
Mr .and Mrs. Eli Levin, left Sun-
day for a two month's stay visit-
ing relatives and friends in Beth-
lehem, N. H and New York.
JACKSONVILLE'S
LEADING HOTEL
7*9 V seed hetal w w
COMFORT MM*aad
SVsSPSS sett water.
lSt.BtTtMtai bases. ETery b*d
wtta taservprine moilrM* cmd reading
km*. IkMSjSf ke water SB *ery floor.
roruui iicit>
COCKTAIL LOUNGE and
COFFEE SHOP
CONGREGATIONAL
,* *
"Do mt withdraw thyself from
the congregation"Hillel
Friday evening services will
be held at 8:15 p. m with Rabbi
Jacob H. Kaplan in charge of
the services.
At the conclusion of ".ho ion1
vention, on Wednesday of last
week, the 1.000 delegates gather
ed in the court of the Jewish Pal-1
estine Pavilion of the New York ,
World's Fair and heard speaki rs I
call upon American Jews to give
their strongest support to the
Jewish policy of resistance
against the implementation of the
British measures. Rabbi Israel
Goldstein, Preisdent of the Jew j
ish National Fund and chairman j
of the Board of Directors of the
Jewish Palestine Pavilion, presid-
ed at the exercises.
SEE BOYCOTT AS AID TO
COLLAPSE OF REICH
New York, (WNS)Dr. Max
Winkler. economist and adviser
to the Research Department of
the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi lea-
gue, in a report prepared for the
I/'ague indicating the effect of
the anti-Nazi Boycott on German
trade, predicts a trade collapse
for Germany's Third Reich.
According to Dr. Winkler's re-
port, the total trade deficit of
the Reich last year was four and-
a half times as large as that re-
ported by official German statis-
tics. Although Germany's ad
verse balance of trade for 1938
is officially reported at KM 1'.'2.-
000.000, Dr. Winkler point* out
that a careful examination of the
nature of Germany's foreign trade
reveals that the actual trade de-
ficit is RM 880,000,000.
A statement by Dr. Joseph
Tenonbaum, chairman of the
Joint Boycott Council, reveals
that German exports to the
Americas for the first quarter of
1989 were valued at 182.6 million
marks as compared with 228.1
millions for the same period of
1938, a drop of 455* million
marks. He said this drop was
due to increasing dissatisfaction
in South and Central America
with Germany's bilateral trade
agreements which have made
these countries greatly depend/nt
upon imports from Germany in-
order to use up blocked mark ac-
counts.
FOR A COOL AND
DELIGHTFUL
VACATION
VISIT THE
HOROWITZ
KOSHER INN
331 First Avenue Weat
HENDERSONVILLE, N. C.
Running Water in Every
RoomConned ing Baths
Queen of National Military Ball
Sponsored By
\t
JEWISH WAR VETERANS CONVENTION CORP. I
NOMINATION BLANK
NAME
ADDRESS ....................... PHONE.
SPONSORED BY ....................'......
Signature of Sponsor................
OHm J. I. Hm4 M.rtU
Hottl PtttM-CfeOtfMOtfO Horil DtSott 5.0"nol
AX YOUR SERVICE
Lincoln Service Station
Lincoln and Alton Roads Miami Beach
SAMUEL WEISS, Proprietor
A ONE STOP SERVICE STATION FEATURING
CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS
GAS OIL GREASES WASHING POLI8HIN
GREASING BATTERIES TIRES
WE SPECIALIZE IN SIMONIZINO (BY ELEGTRIOTTY)
GUARANTEED RESULTSMINOR REPAIRS
FOR ROAD SERVICE PHONE 5-9114
I WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER
)


Full Text

PAGE 1

PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1939 *£* THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) HOME CAMP Z. O. A. Concludes Annual Convention the Sub-Junior Division will ren1 der a one-act playlet entitled "Hot At last we can boast of one of Dogs," under the direction of the finest projects for children Mrs. Bea Dock. Refreshments in the entire Southeastern areawill be served. Anyone who was at the "Y" on j i Monday and saw the bright and LIBRARY happy faces of youngsters enjoy-, ing the facilities that the ,T We appreciate the response has privided for them would have that has been given to our appeal derived a great deal of pleasure for books for our newly organized ;.n'tj satisfaction. | library. We have received some There is only one topic of con( very fine editions and we again versation in Miami now, and that ask the Jewish citizens to give is:' "The Y. M. H. A. Home us as many books as they can. Conip." Under the guidance of Jewish-English books preferred. Miss Dorothy Lightman the first, Just call the "Y," 3-4012 and we day's program was a complete will have someone call for the success and is an invitation that books, the programs to follow will be even bigger and better. From 9:30 in the morning until 4:30 in the afternoon a program We are proud to report that of diversified activities is given the Y. M. H. A. Diamond-Ball the children with never a dull team has won eight straight moment throughout the day. At games and is now on the top 12:l. r > a delicious luncheon is servnotch in the league. Thanks to ed and the children make a bless' Benny Gilman, acting manager of ing over the bread, sing songs, the team. It will be a rare treat and give cheers. In short, it is for the members of the "Y" to one of the most wonderful things come out and see this team play, that ever happened to this city. | Good luck, the "Y" is with you It is gratifying to know that to a man. the Camp has attracted many non-Jewish persons who have called the Camp Director and asked for reservtions for their children. | Mazol Tov to Mr. and Mrs. We are pleased to announce Harry Spencer Schwartz upon that the following children are the birth of a bouncing baby boy DIAMOND BALL -YCONGRATULATIONS enrolled in the Camp: -YCAMP COUNCELLORS at Jackson Memorial Hospital on the Fourth of July. We wish this new youngster and his parents much happiness, joy and Dorothy Lightman, Camp Diprosperity. We know, Harry, rectress, Harriet Damenstein, that your project is now finally Gertrude Brown. Mildred Berko-j achieved and will be a huge sucwitz, Ruth Rosenfeld, Phylis cess. Schulman, Ira Selevan, Gerald Elkin. (Continued from Page One) I the "moral, legal and practical untenability' 'of the British policy. A resolution was adopted praising the Palestine Jews for their policy of self-restraint in | the face of Arab terrorism. The convention elected thirty four delegates, representing ail sctions of the United States, to: the World Zionist Congress which will be held in Geneva, Switzer-| land, in August. In addition five Zionist leaders who are members of the Actions Committee of the World Body, were chosen ex-officio delegates to the congress. I The five are: Dr. Stephen S. Wise, Louis Lipsky. Dr. Israel Goldstein, Abraham Goldberg and Jacob Fishman. For signal literary distinction four American authors of works on Jewish subjects were awarded cash prizes of $100. The winners are Mis.ha Maisels. of New York, who writ's under the pen name of Amishai for two volumes on philosophy. "Thought and Truth"; Hillel Bavli. of New York for a volume of poetry: Isaac Silberachlag of Boston, for critical essays on German. French and English poets; and Dr. A. H. Friedland of Cleveland for sonmis and short stories. The awards were made by Menachem Ribalew. editor of Hadoar, American Hebrew weekly. On learning of the death last Tuesday of Professor Israel Davidson, of the Jewish Theological Seminary, the delegates at the convention expresed their "profound sorrow" at the loss of the eminent scholar and sent a telegram signed by Dr. Solomon Goldman, re-elected president of the Zionist Organization, to Mrs. Davidson. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. "ABB. COLMAN A. ZWITMAN l-reek Drlve-6-lMI BSO N. E. 31st St.-2-54S 6!*>6 Indian MIAMI BEACH MIAMI ither or b..lh of the Rsbbls will b in the Temple every morning. You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewls comm i. Blty, or yMf peisonsl problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing am! sdvlct, and, needless to say. each matter will be held la Strict confidence. MEMBERS Stewart Apte, Eli Argintar. Charlotte Blumberg. David CapIan. Miriam D.'mnati, Frank Gilman, Paul Jacobskind, Albert Kahn, Lawrence Kantor, Edwin J. Miller. Irwin Moss. Eddie Pont, Irving Pont. Richard Pallot, Louise Raphael. Charles Ross, Florence Ross, Harriette Reissner, Richard Schulman. X o r m a n Schwartz, Robert Schwartz, Bernard Shenkman. Gerald Shenkman, Rhodes Mezer, Robert Seigel, David Silver, Faye Syman, Lois Syman, Henry Termenbaum, Harold Weinberg, Barbara Weiner, Eddie Weiner, William Wilson, Mildred Zalka. Y NEW ORGANIZATION —MAURICE GROSSMAN SEVERAL KILLED IN ESCAPE TRY We are pleased to announce that the newly formed organization composed of the mothers of the members of the Drum and Bugle Corps, Sons and Daughters of the Jewish War Veterans, Freda Markowitz Post No. 174, has organized and will meet at the "Y" Club Rooms. Y INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS Warsaw, iWNS) — Professor Moisi Schorr. President of the union of Jewish organizations caring for Jewish refugees in Poland, disclosed that he was informed that a group of 140 Jews, pursued across the Polish border from Germany, had brought with them the bodies of several killed by shots at the Silesian frontier. He was unable to determine, however, whether the fugitives were slain by German police or by Polish guards defending the frontier. Word from Berlin said that mass deportation of Polish Jews had broken out anew and that hundreds had been driven across the border and an estimated thousand arrested by Nazi authorities and held for deportation to Poland shortly. Among the 140 who now wander about the Polish border are blind and aged women and men who were taken from thei r beds and during the night packed into trains headed for the border. S Do You Own Yeur Home? There never was a better time than now to build one. The Liberal Financing Througn Federal Housing Administration Makes H Posslb'o Give me a call and I will gladly help you to get the beet ooe„lble Information as to Its plan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Ins. Agency 1016 Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-3151 We are pleased to announce that on Wednesday evening, July 12th the Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A. will install its newly elected officers at a formal installation ceremony at the "Y" club rooms. Mr. Isaac Levin will act as Installing Officer assisted by J. Aron Abbott. The Y. M. H. A. Stock Company, composed of members of, SOJOURNS IN NORTH Miss Rose Levin, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Eli Levin, left Sunday for a two month's stay visiting relatives and friends in Bethlehem, N. H and New York. JACKSONVILLE'S LEADING HOTEL £7*9 V seed hetal w w COMFORT MM *aad S VsSPSS sett water. lSt.BtTtMtai bases. ETery b*d wtta taservprine moilrM* cmd reading km*. IkMSjSf ke water SB *ery floor. roruui iicit> COCKTAIL LOUNGE and COFFEE SHOP CONGREGATIONAL ,*•••••••• *• "Do mt withdraw thyself from the congregation"—Hillel Friday evening services will be held at 8:15 p. m with Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan in charge of the services. At the conclusion of ".ho ion1 vention, on Wednesday of last week, the 1.000 delegates gather ed in the court of the Jewish Pal-1 estine Pavilion of the New York World's Fair and heard speaki rs I call upon American Jews to give their strongest support to the Jewish policy of resistance against the implementation of the British measures. Rabbi Israel Goldstein, Preisdent of the Jew j ish National Fund and chairman j of the Board of Directors of the Jewish Palestine Pavilion, presided at the exercises. SEE BOYCOTT AS AID TO COLLAPSE OF REICH New York, (WNS)—Dr. Max Winkler. economist and adviser to the Research Department of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi league, in a report prepared for the I/'ague indicating the effect of the anti-Nazi Boycott on German trade, predicts a trade collapse for Germany's Third Reich. According to Dr. Winkler's report, the total trade deficit of the Reich last year was four anda half times as large as that reported by official German statistics. Although Germany's ad verse balance of trade for 1938 is officially reported at KM 1'.'2.000.000, Dr. Winkler point* out that a careful examination of the nature of Germany's foreign trade reveals that the actual trade deficit is RM 880,000,000. A statement by Dr. Joseph Tenonbaum, chairman of the Joint Boycott Council, reveals that German exports to the Americas for the first quarter of 1989 were valued at 182.6 million marks as compared with 228.1 millions for the same period of 1938, a drop of 455* million marks. He said this drop was due to increasing dissatisfaction in South and Central America with Germany's bilateral trade agreements which have made these countries greatly depend/nt upon imports from Germany inorder to use up blocked mark accounts. FOR A COOL AND DELIGHTFUL VACATION VISIT THE HOROWITZ KOSHER INN 331 First Avenue Weat HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Running Water in Every Room—Conned ing Baths Queen of National Military Ball Sponsored By \t JEWISH WAR VETERANS CONVENTION CORP. I NOMINATION BLANK NAME ADDRESS PHONE. SPONSORED BY Signature of Sponsor OHm J. I. Hm4 M.rtU Hottl PtttM-CfeOtfMOtfO — Horil DtSott 5.0"nol AX YOUR SERVICE Lincoln Service Station Lincoln and Alton Roads Miami Beach SAMUEL WEISS, Proprietor A ONE STOP SERVICE STATION FEATURING CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS GAS — OIL — GREASES — WASHING — POLI8HIN GREASING — BATTERIES — TIRES WE SPECIALIZE IN SIMONIZINO (BY ELEGTRIOTTY) GUARANTEED RESULTS—MINOR REPAIRS FOR ROAD SERVICE PHONE 5-9114 I WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER )



PAGE 1

IDAY, JULY 7, 1939 THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN PAGE THREE dfemsffi IFKoiriidliiaiin PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager eied os second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act oi March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES year SUBSCRIPTION [Mcnths FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1939 VOLUME 12.—NUMBER 26 $2.00 $1.00 A Step Forward Though a long and difficult journey, Miami Young Men's ew Association has finally reached the goal where the ignition of a community center deserves, has been acknow*d and the "Y" now has been placed on a par with other ;hy organizations of Miami. The "Y' today is being reeled by entire Jewry of Greater Miami and is receiving the ort that it needs so greatly to enable it to expand and into a "Y." a community center. Without a doubt the decision to become an affiliated agency of the Greater i Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds, at its inception, given it the impetus, the force and the power to come out under, to grow, expand, and improve. The Federation placed the "Y" in a position to maintain its efficient and >ble director, Maurice Grossman, who since assuming the ion has inaugurated a cultural program sorely needed and ir before made available. With his program he has made "Y conscious and the club the scene of great activity. With the problems of the entire world weighing so heavjupon us, we are apt to overlook the great importance of ing both the character and health of the youth of today, iiami, for the first time in its history, the Y. M. H. A. has led an annual summer Home Camp. The only one South %  Washington, it has been greeted by one and all, Jew and %  hJew as an achievement for the civic and spiritual better^Bt of the area. I Non-Sectarian, it offers campers a varied program includ%  classes in art and crafts, calisthenics, the use of an equip I playground, story-tellir.g and other numerous forms of ac Htiis under qualified supervision. With this step forward. Hther with it 1 ; other vast improvements, as the library, %  torium and recreation facilities the "Y" truly becomes a Kacter building institution in more than name alone, a place %  re young and old can come together and feel at home in %  nvironinent definitely Jewish. %  This week the "Y" installs new officers. Under this capI leadership together with the untiring efforts of its direcBhe "Y" is destined for great things. %  The foundation tor the community center has been laid, %  seed been sown. Blossoms are coming forth. We need ",—all of us—old and young alike. Let all of us put oulders to the wheel so that we may culminate a fond and bring to a complete realisation for the community, ter Y. M. H. A.—a real community center. B'NAI B'RITH mm BRIEFS (BY SIDNEY SEGALL) Sholem Lodge's boat ride was a tremendous success. More than fifty people were turned away at the docks. ThJ "Seven Seas" had a capacity crowd, the weather was ideal, the water calm, refreshments sufficient and music adequate—so a swell time was had by the fortunate ones who purchased tickets in advance. B Your writer is happy to report that B'nai B'rith is doing its share in the support of the coming National Convention of the Jewish War Veterans. The big s h o \v featuring entertainment from the various local night clubs in Flamingo Park. Miami Beach, on the night of the Fourth— sponsored by the Civic League of the Beach, saw many members of our Lodge actively assisting in thi-; successful fund raising event. B Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) ORCHID PRESENTATION Congratulations to the London News Chronicle and the New York Post for that most vivid account of life in a Nazi concentration camp. The—of course anonymous—author. imprisoned in the same camp where Pastor Niemoeller passed the third anniversary of his arrest last week, reports that, while the Pastor is exempt from the physical torture other inmates are subjected t... special efforts are made to torment him in various more subtle ways. Incidentally, the only books Niemoeller is allowed to read in concentration camp are the New Testament ami Nazi literature by Hitler ami Rosenberg—and so far the Pastor lias stuck to the Bible. THJS AND THAT It doesn't look as if the 1944 Olympic Games will be held in Italy, as Mussolini wants. ... As a matter of fact, the European situation is so fluctuating that its a wise government that knows whether it'll have even a capital to function from next year, not to mention 1944. ... Did you notice how quiet the publicity-loving Leslie Hore-Belisha, British war secretary, is keeping these days? .... He has decided to have all his arr.ouncemeiits made through Chamberlain, because of the Mosely bunch in England, which unfurled new anti-Semitic activities every time Britain's Jewish war minister made a public statement. That soft green rug on which their British majesties stood during their Congressional reception in the Rotunda is the very same rug which before and since thefr visit has graced the private library of Congressman Sol Bloom B loom, who has an eye for historic associations, lent the rug to the Senate House Committee for the occasion. LISTEN HERE So confident are the Nazis of ruling the world before you can say boo that the Berlin airport is being enlarged sufficiently to take care of the traffic a world capital would get, and the restaurant there is being made big enough to accommodate 60,000 people. ... If you think they're kidding just consider that Bolivian dictator German Busch—as yet only unofficially allied with the Nazis—heats tip newspaper writers who displease him. and Paris lately has seen the rise of the Rhine \nd Defense Minister Oswald Pirow of South Africa, !s informed that approximately one hundred new members have been recruitd to date during the present campaign. The Brothers who voluntarily and conscientiously took cards containing names of prospective members should, in our opinion, either get out and contact said names or return the cards to the membership committee. Sholem I,odge will know soon whether its permanent meeting I place will lie the Miami Elks I Ledge Room (the temporary present meeting place) or Biscayne Temple of the Masonic Lodge. B jointly by Sholem Lodge West Palm Beach Lodge. a browsed among the books explained to the shop's owner that The she was having a terrible time learning English, and eonsepicnic is an annual affair and will he held at Fort Lauderdale. 'P'itly eon More about this later. Bwhil &f r network master-minds alllost them on that Sunday* prhen the RCA-Magic Key picked up Oslo, Norway; England; Buenos Aires, ina and other foreign with deft ease but experan embarrassing delay [trying to contact Hollyduring the same entertainer broadcast • Armouncler cued the words—"And take you to Hollywood—" "biiig happened—for fully Inutes. It developed later |e cinema center was lost fcre west of Omaha due to fcuble. Joe Penner inkli week contract for a fall return to the NBC ether char.rf I on Fridays—The Edwin Franko Goldman Band Concerts begin weekday airings on July 9th at 9:30 P. If. to 10:30 P. M. E. D. S. T., over the Mutual network. Th.' many Brothers who heard the inspiring address on the Fourth at Flamingo Park by Rev. Richard Evans, famous Y. M. C. A. Chaplain, certainly must have been thrilled. A more dynamic Independence Day address has probably never been heard in these par's. Your writer strong |y urges that Rev. Evans be given more attention by B'nai BVith in a vitally important branch of B. B. activities. Entiendc In the fantastic fairyland of the cinema city there dwells one Samuel Goldwyn, who is as *hey say "A Chara'tar" Shrewdly supervising his artful film ">roductions, Mr. Goldwyn sometimes gives out with slightly bewi'dering and unexpected exprftuioi:• %  F'rinstanec we cornered him for a brief interview not so long ago and got his opinion of a ce-tain fellow Character who had dono his a trifling wrong. In ten's of Goldwynism, this is how his opinion went: "Sure, I know he tries to be a nice fella. Before he done what he did to m? I wou'd have given my right arm fo

xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd
INGEST IEID ESG6Q1JUS_YRB5HQ INGEST_TIME 2013-05-07T22:49:01Z PACKAGE AA00010090_00542
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC
FILES



PAGE 1

PAGE FOUR THE -TT-WTBT FlOBiniAN FRIDAY, JULY 7 1939 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1646 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 Y" Installation To g^ 7 Con fidential Be Held Wednesday The joint formal installation of the Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association will be held Wednesday evening. July 1(Cntinued from Page Three) YOU SHOULD KNOW first radio appearance of th( son on a program ipoasored W the Palestine Pavilion Jlt .. World's Fair T he famZ Yiddish actor-dirtjctfcr ; the Pavilion as a dramatic COBtrihution to the creati ter understanding of I • 0 Zalman Schneuir, reno' ] u at'^O R M.; at the ''V' clubSome people Justcaret mm ^ wh ^ f ..hen expression in the revh -d :, n|w editors of Israel P !" *ers not rood tnat l"tM". • • • If you „ WORD OF THANKS IN THE SYNAGOGUE • Our picnic has been the finest 1 The Rev. Dr. T. L. Lipshitx. v .1 „A „.. sincere formerly Rabbi of Leipzig, Gerwe ever had and our sincere „„„„,,„ ... manv, spoke in the synagogue thanks to the many friends who |agt Saturday and condu cted the made it possible. To the merchAjn Yaakov class on Sunday, ants who so kindly made their R a bbi Lipshitz spent the weeksplendid contributions, to our end in Miami enroute to Havana many loyal workers who shared and while in our community was „ to i,„ the house guest of Rabbi and in the work so wholeheartedly ^ KeUne ", and to the many who by their The shult han Aruch class will attendance made this success posf or t j, e duration of the thrpo sible we say thank you and God we eks of Lamentation take up bless youi the laws governing this period and the Laws of Tishe Beov. BUILDING PROGRESS "' ,M7 W Fifth Street, lean, we auppoa i— *sr, -. ;r -itiats EHriv will feature a one-act ,lny b> future ^ Featured ,„ the Guiiu ^ the V. M. H. A. Stock Company. II nevei be am F jn thp righ p ni .. _i u„ .,. All contention, but we have more w Refreshments will be served. All members and friends are cordially! invited to be present that the reason Worlds' Fair is a lett r Dii w hy Eddie Cantor snd his radio ? !" ^ H %  BENEFIT SHOW DRAWS CROWD in which his fondnv-had something to do with way next season, pla main role in Maxwell sponsor, Camel cigarettes, have ,pt had something to do with J !" ^J?!* ,,., k in the un-Ameri*> will be back Rr0id of a well-known figure who, in turn, has MMIM • %  With Camels W hen new drama, "Key One of the largest crowds yet rf Hollywood stars Appropriately eno to attend a performance ai Ham' ^^ hun th( ir Ross, fistic ex-cha ingo Park took place las, night, ^^ on talian ships division, will play the h would seem that the anti-Itali*?*!"**" ian feeling in fhis country has. Golden Boy this summer YAHRZEIT The Building Committee has, Th approved the finest sketch of our I I proposed new building and ordersynagogue ed the completions of plans and Tarn when the Civic League of Miami Beach sponsored a benefit show for the Jewish War Veterans National Convention to be held in Miami August 28th to September 3rd. The program was opened by a I Barnejl in ti[ Italian ships divisions, will play the I I ro,| .i new high. Tyrone Orossinger's non-New Power and Annabella, movie new ... ought to know, is one %  iest hosteleries „„ in mil-., lew nosteienes in lvweds, were aiiv I -- errwhere in Kl'irida ston, Exchequer; Norman Silver[ rived in Miami yesterday after-1| man, Chicago, Master of the noon from the West Coast, espec-lj self the hard task of laying down' Rolls; Ben Liss, Grand Historian ially for this occasion. I j the principles whereby men may and Harold J. Kaufman, BaltiThe entire proceeds of this %  %  %  %  guide themselves in all the af-j more, Grand Marshall. show will be donated by th • Ci fairs of life, the highest as well. Alpha Kappa Sigma was foundLeague to the Convention Coras the lowest. His philosophy is,' ed at the University of Maryland poration to help defray expenses the most exaulted and the most in 1919 and Nu Beta Epsilon was of the National Convention. All matter of fact." j founded at Northwestern Univerexpenses for the evening were MAMMOTH FOOD STORES Over 3,000 Items for Your Selection 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU N Miami Avenue and 19th St.—1463 S. W. 8th Street WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE Next Saturday afternoon the sity in 1918. Group will meet as usual on the t t lawn, at lOW Collins Avenue, 1 at 3:00 P. M. Dr. Wolfson's topic AWT.U. PICNIC will be: "How to attain supreme T O BE HELD and enduring happiness." All are welcome. There is no charge. FRATERNITIES MERGE Beth David Sisterhood paid out of th'' treasury of the five League, thereby making it possible for the entire gross proceeds to be turned over to the Convention fund. Will Carl Gardner was Master of sponsor their annual picnic at Ceremonies. The executive cornHardies' Casino, Miami Beacn, mittee in charge of the evening Sunday, July 30th. Provisions was composed of Carl Gardner are being made to accommodate an j Benjamin Cohen, co-chairmany friends not only throughout men; Sid Weiss, Jake Ehrlich, Alpha Kappa Sigma and Nu the day but the evening as well. Ha| rv Zuckernick and the Board Beta Epsilon. National Legal Fra( Full details will be published in 0 f Directors of the Civic League ternities, held a merger convennext week's issue. j as a committee. tion in Columbus, Ohio. June 24th, and 25th. The merged Fraterni-| ties will be known as Nu Beta INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS Epsilon with chapters at the Uiiversity of Maryland, George Washington University, Georgetown University, National University, University of Newark, Temple University, DePaul University, University of Chicago, University of Pennsylvania, Atlanta Law School, Northwestern University, Washington University of St. Louis, University of Illinois and Marquette University. The convention keynote was for a vital need of cooperation among all Jewry, and particularly among those of the legal profesion in the United States. Resolutions were adopted that "Florida's Largest Tire Brokers" 3AVE 50 PERCENT ON TIRES UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE GRENTNER BROS. noi s w. 8th st OPEN EVENINGS PHONE 3-4050 GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION w m AIL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM Ph. 5-1812 515 WASHINGTON AVENUE 563 COLLINS AVENUE OHDE FEDCRflL snvincs RHD Loan nssocmTion OF mmmi Ground f|..r Conjrsss Bld S .. 109 N. E. Second B>LOW COST LONO TERMS Singie Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. LIPTON, President



PAGE 1

PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIA1C FRIDAY, JULY WEDDING TAKES PLACE The marriage of Miss Eleanor Ethel Shapoff, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. I. S. Shapoff, to Robert Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Miller, took place Sunday afternoon, July 2nd at 5:00 P. M„ at the Beth David auditorium with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. The bride was attended by Miss Olive Miller, sister of the, groom as maid of honor. Mr. Herman Rosenthal was best man.. Following the ceremony the bri-| dal party and friends were ei| tertained at a reception and dinner at the Shoreham Hotel. Out of town guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Rudo, uncle and aunt of the bride and Mr. Louis Shapoff, uncle of the bride, all from Baltimore, Md. • • • VISIT; IN NORTH Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein left recently aboard the S. S. Algonquin for New York where they attended the wedding of their son, Roy, to Miss Jerry Boene. The wedding took place June 2!>th at the chapel of the Hebrew Institute with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Miami officiating. Dinner for the family and friends followed the ceremony. • • • LEAVES FOR NORTH Mr. and Mrs. S. Ritter iffthis week for Bradley Beach, New Jersey, where they will remain for three weeks. RESIDING AT BEACH I Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson and daughter, Norma Lee, are now residing at their new home at 227 East San Marino Drive. San Marino Island, Miami Beach. • • • B'NAl BRITH TO MEET The regular business meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will be held Tuesday evening July 11th at 8:30 P. M., at the Elk's Club Lodge rooms, 9 N. E. Third Street, Miami. A well known speaker will be featured on the program. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. % • I • • • LEAVE FOR NORTH Mr. R. R Adler accompanied by Mrs. S. N. Halpert and son, Stanton, left Friday morning for Baltimore and Philadelphia whore they will remain for several weeks, visiting with relatives and friends. TY RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor BABY IS BORN Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz announce the birth of a baby n Tuesday, July 4th, at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. The bris "']! take place Wednesday morning at the hospital at 11:00 A. M.. with Rev. Josef Malek officiating. All friends are cordially invited to attend. Both mother and baby are doing fine. • • • CONGREGATION TO MEET A general meeting of the Beth David Congregation will be held Sunday evening, July 9th at 8:00 P. M.. at the Beth David Talmud Torah with Mr. Leo Ackcrman presiding. The verifying of the budget for the coming year i!l be presented and the C>mmittce of endowments will report. The election of the Rabbi an! Cantor will take place. All members are urged to attend. • • • MEETING TO BE HELD The Miami Chapter of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress will hold a general meeting Wednesday aft rnoon, July 11th at 2:30 P. M.. at the home %  %  { Mrs. S. II. I.utsky. 3114 Prairie Avenue, Miami Beach. Rev. Miles D. Blanchard will be the guest speaker and his topic will be "The Jew in Democracy" Mrs. Gertrud.' Siegal will render several vocal selections. Refreshments will be served. All members and friends are urged to be present. MRS. BENJAMIN LE VINE President of the Miami Sectioi National Council of Jewi-h Women, will serve as one >'f the hostesses at the special Council Day at the Florida Pavilion of the New York World's Fair July 12th. Eddie Cantor traded $500,000, ten years ago for a 17-room mansion at Great Neck, N. Y. He and the family lived there only fi months after he bought it. Last week, he offered to give the place away as a home for some charitable institution. It caused, him a prominent thatch of gray hairs and cost almost the original price over again to keep up the house all these years. Cantor thinks it's better to make a "poor house" out of it, before it CULTURAL MEETING TO BE HELD Monday evening. July 10th the Junior Division of tile Y. M. H. A. will present a cultural gram featuring an ope,, forum discussion in which members visitors will participate. F ing the meetingi refn will be Berved. All b girls from the ages of 1 •• and over aic cordially invited to attend. • • • TO BE HONORED The Miami Conservatory of Music is giving a musical and re ception in honor of Mrs, Mildred! Greenberg Kates Monday evening, July 10th at 8:30 P. M„ at the Miami Women's Club. Mrs. Kates is visiting here from Ha vana. She will be pre* nted the musical program ami all of j her friends who wish t" h ., play again are cordially ::, to attend. j male.a "poor house iivinav of him. VISITS IN NORTH Mr and Mrs. Louis Zeientt left th. city f"New York ami Boston. In Boston they will v\*H with their daughter and son iiilaw, Mr. and Mr-. Saul Srole. • • • VISITING IN NEW ^ORK Mr. ami Mrs. Leo Eisenstein of M ami Bl a. h. are staying at the R .„ Hotel. New York, where they have hen visiting for the past month. While there they visited the World's Fair. They will return to the city the latt r part of July. • • • YOUNG Jl'DEV >1 EFTS At the last me< ng of the Benjamin N. Cardoia Young Ju%  i'-a Chapter, planwere completed for a -• rie 'f cultural programs under the direction of M Evelyn Auslander. The • • ,1 will be irrent Jewish problems. Full details will b announ t date. arer: "Hollyi keep tl %  .'.i Iding % %  •-iff and %  tl them." Phil Baker: "The "f ''•' %  didn't | • e> 'i! for this last 1: •:• pendence 1' ij it wathe .if '77K'" lly Gardner: i fornia it never rains hut res!" Hud Abbott i Ab. Costello): The waiter dropped an armful dishes in the middle of -.heir act and the forgot thdni wa-^hing him pick up the piece!—they had to win them hack quick so Bud %  %  '. %  "This guy treats china than Japan.'' ... Molly I' "The finance companies are hearing a new alibi thes. their debtors call up taj "The only part of the inl i an give you this week is the STALL." TO VISIT IN NEW YORK Mrs. William Friedman left this week for New ToH wfcer. she will visit relatives an i f,i endj for several weeks. • • • LEAVE FOR CLEVELAND Mr. and Mrs. Max \Y will leave Sunday for Clevehgd Ohio, where they will .-,,., fo j several weeks. • • • AUXILIARY TO HOLD ANNUAL PICNIC The Ladies Auxiliary the Jewish Welfare Bureau I] hold •heir annual all-day pj s u „. day. July 30th at the S,, p| aa Hotel, 425 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Food will be teria style all day. ( arrangements is Mrs. Minnie Engler, who is being a ted by Mesdnmes Morris Cow Henri Bulbin, Sadye G. Rosi Friedman, Maurice Ja p, Eiehengreen, Harry K,, fman, Louis Hartz, J. Dm Schwartz, Louis Brow Albert Rosenthal, Jennie Rotf< I and Sidney Palmer. Mr. B. V chef and Mr. Harry K i if man will be in charge of th • All members ami friei dially invited to attend. ir I HAVE YOUR ELECTRIC I WANTED! Will pay $1.00 ea cn for copies <>f The Jewish Floridiaii issue of November 19, 1937. A.Mrcss CHARLES LUBELSKY Care P. O. Box 2973, Miami. Florida • IM SO INERVOUS I COULD SCREAM YOU HAVE NT USED THAT NERVINE I BOUGHT YOU m \ REFUNDS AUDITED BY THOMAS E. j GR AD Y Former Ifcite and Traffic Consultant for the City of Miami 809-10 BI8CAYNE BLDG. KOOLMOTOR GASOLINE and OILS ACME TIRES CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS / ORANGE STATE OIL CO. Distributors J low available for your vacation SKY HIGH in the WHITE MOUNTAINS *it, N* Himpihirt Enloy ths luxury and Islsurs dsslgnsd lor a distingu'uhsd Isw. 5,500 acrss ol wondrous forssl bsauty. four sparkling lakss; pri. Tato qoll court* on ths grounds; 10 milM ol riding and hiking trails; Isnnls. boating, bathing, fishing, all %  ports. Special psrlormancss by Ths Yanks* Troupsrs—Prsyiswi ol Hollywood's Flnsst. Mule Discla; Entertalnmcol • noted CUISIK (Dietary Ut> A De Luxe Vacation f Moderate Ratti. Your hosts THE FAMILY JACOBS It. Y. Olllc*. 870 7th AYS. Phons Clrcl* t.J4to DR.MILES fce.ps to R e/Q tense Nerve* Ho you feel tense and keyedU £ IJ ^ carc of *• hom nd childrca the obligation of .octal or community We. the worry of naances, "get on your nervea"? "NERVES" May spell the difference between happiness and misery for you and your family. irJLvu V, M *rvous. Sleepless, Irritable, Restless, it may be due r„" *> %  you will find Dr. MUes Nervine a real help. Your DnifirUt ha, D r Miles Nervine both |.| auld ."^ J5J" veseent Tablets. Kffer My 1 111 \r KVlNr LajW bU. JIM. SSSrML 25* EFFERVESCENT TAB1 FTS Urre pk. 75,. Sm.U P'WTK, Host se11rs iu new fine jgaiiK<' v a n t r u r I i n Uv Barbara I.o<> I .00 pair S rs. IM 3-Thread Hose Chiffons to a queen s ia3te! Beautifully sheer, snarf resistant and smooth as cream in texture. A best. ^Uer with improvements for better fit! SUes 812 W ter fit! Sizes 8 1-2* Blush. Paree and T;ihiti shades in the group Hosiery. Streel Floor J



PAGE 1

FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1939 Strauss Descendants Lose Inheritance THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN Vienna, (WNS)—Dfcsfehdants of the renowned Johann Strauss have been disinherited by Germany and their inheritance turned over to the City of Vienna, as a result of an official ruling by Julius Streicher which classified them as "non-Aryans." The Australian "waltz king," who di-'d in 189!, married Adele D'-ut^ch, Jewess converted to the Roman Catholic faith. The royalty? left her by the composer will now become Viennese property. Mufti Is Denounced By Terrorist Leaders Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agency)—Eight terrorist leaders taking refuge in Damascus have joined in issuing a manifesto deno i .King the Mufti of Jerusalem and accusing him of hiring murd rers to slay various Arab notahl s. The Moslem religious leader is accused of having spent over ?15.000,000 for private purposes as agent of foreign powers. The terrorist leaders assert in their document that the MacDo.-ialo White Paper is a partial fulfillment of Arab demands for Pal< • •' r.e. Scenes at Y. M. H, A* First Annual Home Camp 1000 Attend InterFaith Mass Meeting N.w York. (WNS)—About one thousand persons attended the Town Hall inter-faith anti("oughlin mas meeting and heard the Rev. Dr. Guy Emery Shipler, editrr of "The Churchman." a Protestant Episcopal publication. accuse the Rev. Charles E. Coughlin of "dropping a torch into a world filled with high explosives." Rev. John Hutchinson, a Pres bytirian clergyman, of Bayonne, N. J., urged an investigation into thi sources of Father Coughlin's funo-. and Rabbi Benjamin Plotkin, head of the American-Jewish Alliance, which arranged the meeting, denounced Father Coughlin as an enemy of democracy. -> Jewish Leaders Denounce Slaying Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agin cy)—In language p { n t with h dignation two hundred leaders of the Yishuv issued a manifesto calling upon the Jewish community to rule the [nciters whose activities were responsible for, the outrages. The sijrnatories represented all shades of opinion' and included Henrietta Szold, Rector Adolph Fraenkel of the Hebrew University, Labor Leader' Berl Katznelson. Moshe Shertok, political chief of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, Saul Tschernichow,ky. the poet. Rabbi Moshe Blau of the Agudath Israel and Rabbi Jacob Shapiro. "The Yishuv's struggle against the White Paper is being stained with terrorism. The murder of innocent Arabs accentuates hos tility and thrusts the Arabs into the arms of guerilla bands. Murder undermines our political struggle, endangers the sympathy of the world and the democracy; of the Jewish undertaking. "Murder by Jews herald the beginning of a ruinous fraternal, "trife. 'The Yishuv must eradi-| cat*this pern fronl the outset> isolating the inters and the Incited elements. The Yishuv must un>te ,n defense of the National %  Home against terror." Pictured above are scenes of the varied activities of the Y. M. H. A. Home Camp showing the campers at lunch, on the playground, the calisthenics class, arts and crafts group at work. Bottom right, is the staff of the Home Camp: Mrs. Ann Balland, Mrs. Ann Lieberman, Maurice Grossman, Executive Director; Miss Dorothy Light man, Camp Directress; Matthew Bandler; Back row, left to right, Marjory Roberts, Camp Secretary; Ruth Rosenfeld, Ira Selevan, Harriet Damenstein, Jack Apte, Gertrude Brown, Phyllis Shulman. Bottom right, Dr. Harold Rand, Camp Physician. Photos Bv Hi Tone Photo Service %  fc '".L *.J3J^^ —^MkMMT* %  VI. VI III Facts About Figures (BY MONTY MACLEVY) Seven Arts Feature Syndicate and The Jewish Floridian present this first in a series of exclusive articles on body beauty and figure contouring by Monty Maclevy, the internationally famous slenderizing expert and figure consultant, director of the Maclevy slenderizing salons in New York and author of the Maclevy slenderizing system employed by leading beauticians and athletic directors around the world. —THE EDITOR. The thermometer, the shop windows on the Avenue, the hotel and resort ads expanding over newspaper pages, and the mailings of the travel bureaus, gave us the beach togs and wispish summer dance frocks will alreadv be letting the world know exactly how good you are at figures. Now that the dog days have really set in for fair, it isn't any fun toting around that extra poundage either, is it? Now, at this playtime of the year, with figureconsciousness on everyone's mind, you who tip the scales too heavily to the right should determine to do something about it. What? The very first thing is to have a conference with yourself. Ask yourself in all seriousness: "Do I really want to gel thin?" "Of course," you Will anj swer—for no person Wants to be unattractive looking, self-conscious, sluggish, less efficient in work and less carefree at play. Yet while you may agree to the importance of "mind over mat ter" about which we hear so much nowadays, you probably fail to realize that taking off weight and measurements entails not only wishful thinking, but an active resolution to work towards slenderizing. The first step then is to stop consoling yourself with a set of outworn alibis. What are these alibis? That you can't reduce because beiner overweight runs in your family? Get rid of that idea—for no one ever was heir to bulging thighs or a protruding posterior. What you may have inherited, because you were brought up under their influence, is Papa's taste for, pastry, or Mama's aversion to; exercise—and these are habits which can be lost as tasily a3 they were acquired. That you. uist eat to get energy for your work? Certainly, ami that is why starvation diets are verybad, for they rob you of food elements that your body require? and denying yourself thee essentials may leave you not only thinner, but haggard, gaut.t, with wrinkled complexion and impaired vitality. But who says you have to starve in order ta slenderize? Sensible eating routines mean merely a decrease in the consumption of fattening foods, and an increased intake of non-fattening ones. Beside.', diet alone is ineffective—it must be combined with a reducing routine that exercises the body, distributing the food where it is needed and breaking up the storehouses of fat. Does this lead in your case, to the third of the popular alibis that exercise wearies you and you don't have time for it? This attitude is so widespread a bugaboo that it deserves consideration by itself. It is true that strenuous exercise wearies many people, and in the long run can do more harm than good. Outdoor sports, too, while *hev are effective as an aid to reducing, are inadequate as the mam routine, for they may Be seasonal or consume too much time. What must be sought is some kind of regimen that neither taxes the body too much nor steals to many precious hours. Finding such a routine that would be both helpful and harm less has for a long time baffled figure contouring specialists. B i*. modern scientific ingenuity bjv* supplied an answer. In later issues we shall discuss at greater length the various aspects of fig ure contouring which we are sure will be of interest, including diet, clothes. passive exercise routines, etc.



PAGE 1

BE AY, JULY 7, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN "kQE FIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST MAX SHAPIRO, RabbiOffire Phone 2-1473 THIRD AVENUE 497 Southwest 18th Road Home Phone 2-2176 %  •••••••••• &f PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR ^Raily services at 7:00 a. m., and ^B p. fcbbath Services — Saturday ning at 8:30. jnior Congregation Services— Irday morning at 10:30. lily Hebrew School—9:00 a. [to 12:00. tH DAVID BULLETIN • ••••••••• RADIO HOUR bbi Max Shapiro will conthe Radio Hour over Station D this Sunday afternoon 3:00 P. M. to 3:30 P. M. Itor Louis Hayman, accompan Daytona Beach NOTES (BY DAVID MARKS) Mr. and Mrs. Lou Royes announce the birth of a baby son Wednesday, June 28th. The baby was named Howard at the bris held Thursday. Both mother and baby are doing fine. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 62") Michigan AvtMiua 'Phone 5-U2S MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 5-Z013 __ __ to take a box can do so through our offioe, |he Rabbi, or Mrs. Kalstein. ied by Mrs. Essie Schaeffer will be in charge of the musical program. Rabbi Shapiro, in commemoration of Independence Day will talk on "America's Five-Fold Program of Independence." CONGREGATIONAL MEETING The first congregational meeting of the new administration of! Beth David will take place in the auditorium this Sunday evening at 8:15 P. M. All members are I urged to be present as matters of I utmost importance will be voted upon. The highlight order of business will be the discussion of an endowment scholarship plan for the purpose of advancing Hebrew education in Miami. • • ••• %  • • • • > DAILY AND SABBATH SERVICES Morning services are held daily at 8:00 and Saturday at 8:30. Miss Ethel Nelson was hostess Minoha services at 6:45 and Maa••*••••••* • at a formal cocktail and dinner, riv services at 7:30 P. M. Rabbi party in honor of Miss Rosalind Mescheloff will speak on "The; Registration of new children Friedman of Miami. Those presPortion of the Week" at the reghas been progressing weekly. We ent were Miss Elaine Lowenstein, ular Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday urge a n parents of children beRELIGIOUS SCHOOL Miss Beatrice Grus, Miss Marian afternoon at 6:45 P. M. Rutberg, Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Seltzer, Dr. S. Steinberg, Leonard Dobrow, Albert Rutberg, Franklyn Goldstein, Irving Sacks and Leonard Pepper. ORGANIZATIONS Among those visiting in Daytween the ages of six and fourteen to register them for attendance in our daily morning classes. BETH JACOB TO AID J. W. V. Our Synagogue will raise a fund for the benefit of the Jewish War Veterans, of whose local rael Davidson Dies Age of Sixty-Nine The Miami Beach A. Z. A. will meet Monday evening at 7:30. P. M. The Boy Scout troop will I tona Beach during the holiday meet Tuesday evening at 7:00 P-1 season were Mr. and Mrs. Benny M. The Council of Jewish JuSilverman formerly of Daytona niors will meet Tuesday evening and now of Augusta, Ga., Miss at 8:00 P. M. All those interested Betsy Schemer from Jacksonville, in joining these organizations are Estelle Blum of Augusta, Ga., cordially invited to attend. Ruby Bronstein and Manny Lev-! Americanization courses for Post our Rabbi is chaplain, with enson, summer session students! foreign born are conducted twice the running of a series of bingo at Gainesville. | weekly, Tuesday and Thursday games to be held next week at | nights at 8:30 P. M. j the William Penn Hotel. Lester Meltzer, son of Mr. and O ur Synagogue is happy of the Mrs. Joe Meltzer, is now at West WT .,T, f,Tj T MT?W0 page thesaurus, printed in brew except for a few pages [preface, in 1936 won for him pat prize of 1,000 offered by Bailik Foundation for the It outstanding work in Hebrew rature published between 1933 1935. Irae] Davidson came to this Jtry from Yanov, Russia, in In 1895 he was graduated the College of the City of York. He became a fellow ^entities at Columbia University in 1900 and two years later, received a Ph. D. degree. In 1905 he became an instructor in Medieval Hebrew literature at the Jewish Theological Seminary, and a full professor in 1916. Since ( its establishment in 1928, Professor Davidson occupied the William Prager Chair of Medieval Hebrew Literature there. In 1926 he was visiting professor and lecturer at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. In 1937 honorary degrees of Doctor of Hebrew Law and Doctor of Hebrew Letters were conferred on him by Hebrew Union College and Dropsie College, respectively. STOP THAT ROOF LEAK! OUR WORK GUARANTEED NO EXTRA COST Been at it Since 1919—All Types Roofi No Order Too Smo.ll or Large ROBBINS ROOFING and SHEET METAL WORKS 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-37S5E LUB€RS VOLPERT'S FURNITURE BARGAINS! •Jo Refuse To Be Undersold 55 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 .Hi •III I REV. J. MALEK Experienced MDHEL PHONE 2-0828 3W N. W. 16th Ave. j£2ERsoWlU£& Before you decide on a suitable place lo spend your Summer Vacation be sure to consult— LUBER'S OSCEOLA INN Hendersonville. North Carolina 2.200 IMI above sea !••! h the iMlqiing mountain breeies assure o.liohltul cool .umm.r.. Th only hol.l situated right on the Lake. Bathing — Fishing — Dancing — Bowing. These an only a low ol me amusements you may enjoy there. Delicioue Amencanlewioh Meal*. American Plan—Rales bom 117.50 pet week. Write lor re., •reations. Under eem. Menn .iwiel OS Leeer %  Leases Arms Hotel Miami Beech. Fie. daughter Susan Hannah from 0 r National Council of the Mi/. ^ ,....., —... —n New York; and Mrs. Harry Peprachi Organization of America. — per who has been visiting relaThis Council is the highest advis——"•'•——' •— %  """—" ——lives and friends. ; ory body which decides fundaVr.TT"MP P A T^RT mental problems facing the or-, 1V^U1>VT IV^JJJJl. Misses Florence Pepper and ganization. I 3 years oldi married, two chilEva Nelson have left for the The sale of trees for the Rabbi ^ we] verse(J jn Yiddish North where they will visit the Meyer Berlin Forest being plantand English: Excellent Chazan, New York World's Fair. e d in honor of the Rabbi's sixti0rganizer eth anniversary has now begun. 1 Wonderfu i speaker> Hebrew & DESTROY 25,000 PINES Trees can be purchased through Sundav Sl hool teacher; ShocheJ IN J. N. F. FOREST the Rabbi or the M.zrach, secrefor chickens; reader of Torah tary, Mr. Feit Our Miami Beach Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor AgenMiirachi has pledged itself to cy>—A fire, believed to be of purchase two hundred trees. Help arsonist origin, swept through the King George Forest near Kfar Hahoresh in the Nazareth hills and destroyed over 25,000 pines, valued at $15,000. :^DTT DiTl£>N€D y/o us carry out this pledge. Miirachi Fund boxes have been received by Mrs. A. Kalstein for placement in the homes of mem-j %  bers and friends.. Those wishing m „ m wishes a permanent position 1^1 the South; willing to come for a trial. Answer THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN, Box 2973, Miami Florida. JACKSONVILLE'S LAHGEST see FINEST HOTEL 300 Room. J00 fothl •n The W 1 n JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Convialsntly located in |K downtown buiinen, ihoppine, end thcittr district. Every room an outride room (no court) with private bath, circulates, ice water, radio, fin and bad reedine lamp. Juitea ol parlor, bedroom and bath. Superior cuisine, and itrvicc in The Patio Grill and The Rendeivoui. Our Lobby, Dining Room, Lounfc, Beauty Parlor, Barber Shop and aH public rooms art completely air conditioned. Mort than hall ol our Gueit Rooms art individually air conditioned—no re-circulation ol air Irom one fucit room to another. Thii modern, hoipilal-approyod tyttem ii an ciclutirt Inline ol The Roosevelt. Driro your automobile into the Hotel Roosevelt GarefC, which M directly connected with our Lobby. Al Outside learnt • Ns Court • Cirtalstias, let Wstsr Tsk s.a Sstr.ee In Every soom fnoo A .Robert RMeyer Hotel e There is a modern pleasant way to get relief from • Headache, Gaa on Stomach, Colds, Heart* bum, "Morning After" and Muscular Pain*. Just drop one or two ALKA-SELTZER tablets la! to a glass of water. Watch it bubble—listen to it Has. „ As soon as tablet is dissolved, drink the Ungy aotartJon. AlkaSeltzer (Axtalgaanc AUrallitng Effervescent Tablet*. Ton will really enjoy the taste—more like water than like medicine. ALKA-SELTZER. when dissolved in water, tains an analgesic. (Sodium Acetyl-Salicy late), w relieves pain, while Its alkalizing agents help t £ rect everyday ailments associated with hypcracitOBj* Your druggist has ALKA-SELTZER. Get a Ms) or SOc package en our "satisfaction-or-inoney-back" guarantee.



PAGE 1

wJewisli ncridiati fiBBEa Tlhe JtewKsh HJrtilty VOL 12.—NO. 26. MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS Negotiations Give New Hope For Refugees La Paz, Bolivia. (WNS)—ForImal negotiations have now been Istarted by the Bolivian Govern(ment for the free transit through (Argentine territory of Jewish %  refugees possessing passports recognized by the Bolivian authorities. According to instruction's given to the Bolivian Consulate in I-onfdon last week to negotiate with I the Committee for the Protection of Hebrew Refugees, it is understood that 250 Jewish immigrants monthly will be admitted into Bolivia and placed in special colonies in Bolivia in order to help develop agriculture. For reasons described as based on "humanitarian principles" the refugees will not be allowed to settle in the large cities. brought about through the efforts of the Bolivian Jewish Immigration Committee, headed by Max Hochschild, and constant negotiations between the .Jewish organization and the Government. A carefully supervised, orderly immigration of this type will bear testimony to the contention of Hias-ica that the emigre can be an asset to Bolivia. COUNCIL DAY FEATURE AT WORLD'S FAIR Britain Asks Aid to End Illegal Fmmigration Australia, (WNS)—According to an announcement by Minister of the Interior H. S. Foil, 4,3fi"> refugjea have been admitted here during the last twelve months, many creating new industries and employing Australians. More than 10.000 applications for refugee immigration have been received by the Government here. Paris, (WNS)—Hias'Ica Emigration Association authorities h?re announced that the Bolivian Government has sanctioned that organization's cooperation with the Bolivian Consul in London in the selection of the quota to be granted admission to Bolivia. The final agreement by the Bolivian Government to admit 250 refugees monthly, which comI pletely repudiates Bolivia's recent ordsr to bar admission after May to Jews holding visas, was Buenos Aires, (WNS)—Paraguay has no racial problem and would welcome immigrant laborers without discrimination as to race or religion. Presidentelect Jose Felix F.stigarribia told newspapermen here. Shanghai, (WNS) — Another shipload this week of 8G0 German Jewish refugees brings the total, number of refugees here to more than 10,000. Mandates Commission Seem Averse To "White Paper' f Geneva. (WNS-Palcor Agency) —Obs-rvcrs familiar with Mandates Commission procedure saw sign* of disapproval by a majority of that body of the Chamberlain White Paper on Pales, I tine. The report which the Mandates Commission finally drew up is rumored to embody varied opinloiu by its members as expressed during the lengthy sessions devoted to Palestine developments. It is understood that no unanimous conclusion was agreed upon by the Commission. Minut?s of the session, to be made available sometime in August, may disclose that a majority of the Commission were really independent in their consideration of the White Paper, regardless of the great pressure believed to have been brought upon the members by the British Government. It is believed that a majority of the Commission considered the White Paper inconsistent with the Palestine Mandate of the League. The • attitude of the Commission is interpreted as being unable to recommend to the League of Nations Council approval of | the White Paper. The Council! will begin consideration of the ^ Palestine problem on September, 8th. Lands 742 Refugees Then Escapes Haifa. (WNS-Palcor Agency)The Greek ship Astir, which last April was seized near Nathania and ordered off the shores of Palestine, succeeded in lan.linir 742 refugees. The passengers had come from Germany, Czeehoslavakia and Danzig. Captured off the shore near Gaza, the. Astir and her passengers were escorted to Haifa where the refugees will be released. The Greek vesel then managed to give the slip to her convoy and escaped. POWER OF HIGH COMMISSIONER ON LAND CONFIRMED Members of the National Council of Jewish Women and their friends from all parts of the United States will attend a special Council Day at the Florida Pavilion of the World's Fair July 12th at 2:30 P. M., to discuss Council's program in the light of the world of tomorrow. Mrs. Benjamin Le Vine, president of the Miami Section, has been invited by National to serve as hostess on that day, and in\ it s all Florida men, women and children who are in New York to please attend. Visiting officers and members of Miami Section who are now in New York will b %  guests at Council Day July 12th Those who will attend will be Mrs. Ethel Rothlein, Mrs. Ralph Neufcld, Mrs. Max Steuer, Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Mrs. Harry Barnhard. Mrs. Jack C. Cohen and Mrs. Max Dreyer. Mrs. Ely Jacques Kahn, president of the New York Section, will speak on "Women in the World Today"; Mrs. LeRoy Rosenbaum, past president of the Manhattan Juniors and National Chairman of the Publicity Committee of Council Juniors will speak on "Youth of Today"— Leaders of Tomorrow; Mrs. William Dick Sporborg, past president of Council and ex-chairman of the New York State Federa tion of Women's Clubs, will center l> er address around "Women in the World of Tomorrow" and Mrs. Benjamin Spitz -r. chairman of Council's National Executive Committee, will preside. A musical program will be fur nished by Miss Lela Mac Plynn, Irish American dramatic soprano and Mr, Conrad Mayo, baritone. After the program, all visitors will be invited for refreshments in the tropical patio of the Florida building. Chairmen of Council'a National Committee will act as hostesses and will see that the latter part of the afternoon is given over to receiving out-oftown guests. All Section presidents will be guests of honor for the day. The day will be devoted to a demonstration of how 65,000 women throughout the United States, working for International Rlations and Peace, Social Legislation. Social Welfare, Service to Foreign Born and Education can bring about a better world of tomorrow. London, (WNS Palcor Agency) i —During the debate in the House of Commons on Monday of this week, Under-Secretary fo Foreign Affairs R. A. Butler declared that the British Government has contacted a number of European governments with a view toward securing greater cooperation in preventing illegal immigration into Palestine. Mr. Butler made this statement in reply to persistent ques'ions addressed to Prime Minister Chamberlain by Tom Williams. Laborite. Mr. Williams asked to be enlightened regarding the steps that were being taken by representatives of the Government to induce a number of European countries to refuse tranlit visas to all Jewish applicants from Germany and Czechoslova-' kia as a means of checking illegal immigration into Palestine. The Ijiborite member criticized such action as causing hardships to the refugees seeking to escap'. from persecutions and asked | whether the Prime Minister would: undertake to make no more such representations. In reply, Mr. Butler stated thano att-.'mpt was being made to prevent Jews from obtaining vis as to ente r Palestine. However, he said that attempts were being made by Jews from various countries, including Germany and Czechoslovakia to enter Palestine illegallyThe Government has communicated with a number of European governments, he added with a view to securing their cooperation to prevent illegal immigration traffic which is a source of great difficulty for the Government and has caused hardship to refugees. When Mr. Williams inquired whether foreign governments had not been invited to provide transit visas for immigration, the Under-Secretary replied that the Government's activities were devoted to legal immigration. To the contention that the British Government's action may work grave hardship upon mary legitimate immigrants, Mr. Butler agreed that that aspect of the matt' r must be kept in mind. Pro-Arab Propaganda Discussed in Debate Discussion of the Palestine question also embraced an exchange of questions regarding the German propaganda aseiil ing anti-Arab atrocities in Palatine to the British military for. M. P. Price, Laborite, asked the Premier whether he was aware that these stories emanated from an Arab center in London and whether any steps were being taken to counteract the propaganda in Germany. Mr. Butler replied that the Government was aware of the mendacious reports from various agencies giving a false impression of the situation in Palestine and the action of the British forces there. To offset these reports the

Package Processing Log
.logFileName { font-size:x-large; text-align:center; font-weight:bold; font-family:Arial }
.logEntry { color:black; font-family:Arial; font-size:15px; }
.errorLogEntry { color:red; font-family:Arial; font-size:15px; }
.completedLogEntry { color:blue; font-family:Arial; font-size:15px; }
Package Processing Log
4/3/2013 1:17:46 PM Error Log for AA00010090_00542 processed at: 4/3/2013 1:17:46 PM
4/3/2013 1:17:46 PM -
4/3/2013 1:17:46 PM Item title is required but not supplied!
4/3/2013 1:17:46 PM -



PAGE 1

PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1939 J. W. V. CONTEST GAINS IMPETUS FURTHER CASUALTIES AS WEEK OPENS Great interest is being displayed in the selection of a Queen, to be coronated at the National Grand Military Ball during the National Convention of th? Jewish War Veterans of the U. S. Miss Belle Tannen, of 927 Fourth Stre?t, Miami Beach, has been nominated by the Senior and Junior Organizations of the National Council of Jewish WomTf. Miss Tannen, a resident of Miami and Miami Beach for many yeirs.! and a very popular young lady among the younger set, is all enthused with her nomination awl is busily engaged in "getting votes." Her sponsors are supj porting her by distributing tick-1 ets among all the members of i their organization to secure votes for Miss Tannen. Tri Beta Sorority's nominee is Miss Ethel Mintzer. of 1901 S. W. 16th Street, who. like Miss Tannen, is a very popular mem ber of the younger set. In cooperation with her sponsor organization and her friends, she hopes to achieve the goal and be selected as Queen of the Ball. Elaborate preparations are being made by the committea in charge of this affair. The Civic Center Ballroom, where the ball will be held, will be especially decorated for the affair. Many other Jewish organizations are preparing to announce thei r selection for Queen. For any information regarding the contest call the Jewish Floridian. Haifa, (WNS-Palcor Agency)— After the week-end's respite from the bloody events that closed last week, further casualties were added to Palestine's mounting roll of the victims of the disorders when three Arabs were killed and several were injured by an exploding bomb near Haifa Harbor and two Jews and several brigands were wounded during an attack on a kibbutz near Haifa. The lethal bomb detonated inside an Arab cafe near the harbor here. An armed gang of Arabs attacked a party of Jewish settlers in the fields of Kibbutz Yagur. near this city. A patrol of Jewish ghaffirs proceeded to the scene and engaged the brigands, repulsing them and inflicting casualties on them. One wounded brigand was captured and was found in possession of a German rifle. Corporal Abraham Bendov. 20. was wounded, and one of the ghaffirs also received slight injuries. Nazis Warn Czechs Not To Resist ures were sharpened further by the Reich Protector, Baron Constantin von Neurath in his efforts to "Aryanize" the economic life of Bohemia-Moravia by alteration of the definition of "Jew." All persons of mixed Jewish and "Aryan" parentage who were confessional Jews last March 17 were included in the measures, regardless of any subsequent change in religion. The new regulations set this date back to September 15, 1935, to include all those who have changed their religion since that time. jews are forbidden to acquire a business, real estate or stocks and bonds. Their wealth must be reported to the authorities. Jewish enterprises may not be operated without written ord.-r from the Protector. DISMISS JEWS FROM OPERA Budapest, (WNS)—Fifty members of the Budapest Opera Company were dismissed in conformity with Hungary's new Jewish law, which allows only 6 percent of the company to be Jews. Jews Summoned For Road Work Vienna. (WNSI—Jews between the ages uf 18 ami :'•'< have been summoned for work on Germany's highways. Serious shortages of man-power in the Reich is responfor the sudd.n order which revokes laws which hitherto forced Jews out of all occups bringing them together with AryansPrague. (WNS)—A deeply significant and stirring spon-aneous anti-Nazi demonstration occurred at a theatre here when the principal character in the play spoke the words: "I would defend my State even if I had to die for it." The audience rose and. tears streaming down their faces, sang the Czech national anthem. Another instance of the hostile feeling of the Czechs towards the Nazis is revealed in the information obtained from German sources here that the personal guards of Protector Konstantin von Neurath have been so •demoralized" by the bitter attitude of Czechs her? that they are being replaced by a new detachment from Germany. A warning to the Czechs that Germany's patience is not everlasting was given by Konrad HenJein at the biggest German rally ever held in Prague. He told the Germans they wire no longer a minority but full-honored citizens of the Reich. His warning to th p Cz ehdeclared that "we can hav? confidence in the Tzeihs only when we see them working no: in n negative manner—conspiring and passively resisting— l ut positively." Mi-inwhile anti-Semitic me a sLondon. (WNS)—Children have become the target of Nazi hoodlum demonstration in the Moravian citi's of Maehrisch-Ostrau, Bruenn and other cities thickly populated by Germans, according to information received from Prague. Nazis, stationed at park entrances d.mand to know of approaching children whether or not they are "Aryan" and Jewish children are subjected to mis•r atment and driven away. A law prohibiting shechita, nowbeing prepared by th' 1 Slovakian Government, will affect Jews of the "protectorate" since there the practice already has been for bidden and Slovakia until now has been their only source for kosher meat. DEATH CLAIMS MRS. LAMPORT Now York, (WNS)—Mrs. Arthur M. Lamport, died here at the age of 54. after an illness of five months. Wife of the investment banker, Mrs. I^amport was active in philanthropic work. She served as vice president of th-' Palestine Lighthouse and chairman of the Education Committee for the Blind of Palestine. Thorkelson Assailed By Majority Leader Washington. D. C. (WNS)— The subject of racial prejudice was brought into the open on the House floor last week when House Majority Leader Sam Rayburn, Democrat from '1' xa-. in no subtle manner made it krown to Representative Jacob Thorkelson, Republican of Montana, that his anti-Semitic insertions in the j Congressional Record as an "ex-1 tension" of his speech in the House, would not be tolerated. Thorkelson. who acted as aide to General George Va.i Honr Moseley when the latter appear-j ed before the Dies Committee, has been using the normal rou-. tine of gaining permission of the | House to extend his remarks in the Record by inserting in that publication scurrilous anti S.initic remarks which have been reprinted by "Liberation," organ of the Silver Shirts, and similar publications of propaganda. When Mr. Thorkelson asked permission to extend his remarks in the Record, Mr. Rayburn au.se to ask if he intended "as he does so many times," to place in bis extension of remarks "material appealing to racial prejudice." Rayburn's rebuke was provoked by a particularly virulent piece which Thorkelson inserted in the Record last Thursday naming the four J wish members of Congress who hold committee posts and leaving the impression that they hold allegiance to an "invisible" Government of Jewry to which Thorkelson constantly refers. "In his extension remarks the other day." Mr. Rayburn assert ed. "he referred to Communist*, various persons engaged in unAmerican activities, etc., and then named every Jew in the mine' or a ranking member of House who is chairman of a coma committee. "Just what does the gentleman mean by mentioning the names of these Jewish members when refer ring to those engaged in unAmoiicarc activities? Then the I gentleman quoted the provision in the Constitution to the effect that no person holding an office or trust under the United States shall accept a present.emolument or favor from any kind or a foreign state. Did the gentleman intend to accuse the Jewish mem hers of being Communists or infer that they are getting emoluments from foreign countries ? I would like to know what is in the gent! man's mind "The gentleman makes terrible a CUsatioiH against th'' l'v-i den ." Mr. Rayburn said. "and inferentially against certain group-. 1 wonder if the gentleman really desires to Bpread racial prejudice throughout a coun try in which a'l races and creeds have lived together in friendship an.l patriotism." "I have the same right to speak as you," was Thork 'Isoi response. "I have the right to defend constitutional governuent and to speak on it." "I do not deny that," said Mr. Rayburn. "Does the gentleman believe he is defending and perpetuating constitutional government or good feeling in the country by placing in the record remarks of this sort?" "We do not sacrifice COMtitutional government for anyone." Mr. Thorkelson replied. Unanimous consent is needed to put an extension of remarks in the Record. Rep. Donald • L. O Toole, of New York, rose to object to the insertion of Thorkelson "s remarks in the record, but Mr. Rayburn said "Oh let it go" and Mr. O'Toole withdrew hiobjection. It is understood that the reason why Mr. Rayburn preferred to withhold objection to Mr Thorkelson's extensions in the Record was th • fear that in th< future Thorkelson and his followers might object to all Insert ins in the Record by Democratic leaders. ffrlAD ANY HEADACHES LATELY ? NO, THANKS TO YOU AND NERVINE ^ HurseThanks Friend for Recommending DR.MUES NERVINE A nurse writes that she suffered from frequent headaches. Nothing stopped them until a friend recommended DR. MI LBS NERVINE. She says Nervine stops headaches before they get a good start Three generations have found DR. MILES NERVINE effective for Nervousness, Sleeplessness due to Nervous Irritability, Nervous Indigestion, Headache, Travel Sickness. Get DR. MILES NERVINE at your drug store. MQUD NERVINE I-arue btl. SIM, Small bU. 2S EFFERVESCENT TABLETS Large pkf. 75, Small pkg. 3M t