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The Jewish Floridian ( July 14, 1939 )

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wJemsti Flaridliai in i £355553 IT Hue Jtewuslh HJnMlty 3&JL AM4ATUA VJjudkSLy P9 • VOL. 12.—NO. 27. MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS REICH INSTITUTES OF JEWS NAVAL VESSELS MAY BE PRESENT AT CONVENTION c Berlin, (WNS)—A new organisation to speed emigration of Jewi from Germany is to be organized under the terms of a law announced here making it mandatory for every German Jew and every "stateless" Jew in Germany to be included in its membership .-hip. It will be a state within a state regulating every phase of Jewish lifej under the jurisdiction of Dr. Wilhelm Frick, Mini.-tiof the Interior. The organization, to be known as the Reich Association of Jews in G:rmany, will have to be selfsupporting, must take charge of all schooling for Jews, hospitalization and, when necessary, food and clothing. The sole purpose of the new organization will be to sp-ed emigration. The object of all this was made obvious in an editorial appearing in the "VoHkischer Beobacher," which said: "The National Socialist goal remains the emigration of every Jew from Germany Facing the creation of a Nazi. inspired organization Jews in the Reich settled down to what is probably the most crushing task they have been forced to face in their entire six years of Nasi oppression. Less than 25 percent of the entire Jewish population will now be required to feed, clothe, and educate the majority of Jews in Germany who are penniless. They are still requir ed to pay the government the (< ..siinued on Page Five) Harry H. Schaffer. Past National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the United : States, now serving as executive director of the coming National Convention, announces receipt of; a letter from Admiral William j Leahy, acting Secretary of the Navy, stating that favorable consideration is being given the re: quest that several naval vessels T-e assigned to Miami, Florida,, during the Jewish War Veterans | National encampment to be held from August 28th to September 1st. inclusive. He furthe r advis) es that the request has been for; warded to the Commander of the Atlantic Squadron urging that he comply, if at all practicable to do so. On Friday. July 14th. at 7:30 P. M-, the Jewish War Veterans will continue their series of broadcasts of Americanism programs over Station WQAM. Past National Commpider Harry H. Schaffer of Pittsburgh. Pa., will be the speaker. BRITAIN PLACE SIX MONTH BUN SCHOOL BOARD DROPS BRANDING INVESTIGATION Baltimore. (WNS)—The Baltimore City School Board decided that the rported branding of a E RACE S IN ITALY London—The British government, moving drastically to halt th? smuggling of Jewish refugees into Palestine, announced Wednesday night a six-months' suspension of Jewish immigration to the Holy Land. The announcement came in the form of a written reply from Malcolm MacDonald, colonial secretary, to a question in the house of commons relative to the government's policy on Jewish immigration to Palestine. Declaring that the suspension will go into effect October 1, MacDonald reiterated a previous Rome. (WNS)—The Italian newspaper Resto del Carlino, re. junior high school Jewish youfli iteratinK taly s demands for Tuearly m June d.d not "indicate. nis Djibouti and Suez and also there was an organized activity,I naminK British Ma u declared that "There must be an end of either within the school or outside, directed against any racial or religious group." Melvin Bridges, fourteen years all provocations against the totalitarian states, all persecutions of Italians and Germans living old, said that on June 9 an "H" abroadi and that .. The Hebraichad been scratched on his neck. problem must be solved by a genThe board appointed a subcomeral aKrt ement establishing the mittee to investigate and adopted its report, which said that "a Jews in a non-European country which shall, not be Palestine." were listed by group of boys placed, with ink,] Thege de mand swastikas on several other boys the newspaper in an outline 0 f of different religious and racial | conditions that would even tually groups." The board held that ead t<) ppa( e 'There is no evidence, either from Twenty Jews, charged With E HITS AT JEWS London, (WNS) — Enrollment j of Jewish students to four per! cent of the total registration will j be effective for the next term, according to information from Prague which disclosed that achools have been forbidden to admit Jewish pupils transferring from schools where the language of instruction was other than Czech. Jewish lawyers and doctors have been forbidden to continue in practice and Jewish merchants for the most part have had their businesses liquidated and closed. They have been notified, however, that employees must be retained until the end of the year. Jewish jewelers are compelled to keep their shops open and pay their employees altho they are forbidden to sell articles of gold and silver. Nazi authorities in Czechoslovakia have ordered Jewish organizations, including several burial societies, synagogues and a number of religious founda. tions to be dissolvedIn Prague, the Union of Restaurant Owners has demanded that the city cancel licenses held by Jews and emigresREFUGEE BOATS IESE FOR HAVEN Sofia, (WNS)—Nine hundred Jewish refugees from the former Czecho-Slovakia Republic e ncamped on an island in the Danube River, near Russe, Bulgaria, and awaited an opportunity to continue to Palestine. They disembarked from two river boats and were give^ permission by Bulgarian authorities to stay temporarily. announcement to the effect that' a mark was made on his neck at th %  number of illegal immigrants the time." who remain in Palestine will be| deducted from future immigration quotas. "An increase in illegal Immigration lately has led to the decision on the part of his majesty's government to suspend immigration for six months," the colonial secretary said. A permanent ban on the entry Haifa, (WNS-Palcor Agency) of Jews into Palestine was held —Over 1,100 Jews who were capout as a possibility in the future, tured on two refugee ships durshould the smuggling of Jewish ing the past week are being immigrants continue. transferred to the Jewish AgenThat this suspension may be cy's Immigrants' Hostel here by extended into an indefinite stop-1 the authoritieh. The transfer bepage of Jewish immigration to I gan early this week, the Holy Land was hinted by j Among the refugees are inMacDonald in the following; eluded a substantial numbe r of the boys involved or from MelhavinR fajk d t0 dedare their vin Bridges himself to prove that I Jewish b|ood under a aw enacted last November, were sentenced to jail terms of from eight to ten days and fined $7.90. Twenty others were released. Meanwhile the Interior Minis(Continued on Page Four) MOVE REFUGEES 0 H II S T F I I MEMEL REFUGEES I L l' u J1LL F A C E RETURN words: "Whether there will be a resumption of immigration quotas later will depend on the question of illegal immigration." Lima, Peru. (WNS)—Two hundred Jewish refug.es aboard the steamship Reina del Pacifico arrived here last weekend. They are on their way to Bolivia which they will roach by way ofAfrica. Valparaiso, Chile. (W N S)— Seventy-nine Jewish refugees arrived aboard the Chilean steamer (opiapo to settle in this country Most of the refugees came from Germany, although some were of Czecho-Slovak origin. Among the latter was Dr. Heinrich Finkelstein. a world-renowne d authority on children's diseases. Istanbul, Turkey, (W N SiMessages describing great distress aboard her were received from the Greek-owned steamer, Froussoula, flying the flag of Panama, which passed through the Bosporous from Sulina. Roumania. at the end of May carrying 660 Jews from Prague and ViennaThe passengers have been unable to land anywhere. The ship is now lying off Tripoli, SyriaMany women and children are aboard and all are suffering severly from lack of water, food and medical supplies .it is stated. (Continued on Page Four) Unlimited Refugee Immigration Cause of Anti-Semitic Feeling Says Lord Dufferin; Statement Assailed as Unselfish chalutzim who were trained in thair home countrie^ in aretjc.ipation of eventually making their homes in Eretz Israel. They had all been tossing about on the seas for over thri'e months, over half f them having been on the Astir Kaunas, (WNS)—As a re<"of conferences going on here !> •tween German and Lithuanian Government representatives over citizenship of the persons who fled the district when it was taken over by the Reich, thousands of refugees from Memel may be returned to Germany. According to authorita t i v e sources it is believed that refugees who were formerly German citizens will be regarded as German subjects and as such will be given German passports and forced to return to Germany. when she was cast adrift from j This plan is said to be the one Palestine shores on April 10th. favored by German authorise* and the rest having been on the Aghios Ntcoloai whvn she was fired on by a police patrol and because the refugees, as German subjects, would lose the right to compensation for property confiscated in Memel which amounts to millions of lit. Cuba Reviews Entry Restrictions Havana. (WNS)—A new deLondor.. (WNS)—A governforced away on March 81st. The ment spokesman revealed that first group transferred in m.d_ despite demands from all parts sea to the Mars.is, which reached of the House of Lords fo r a more Palestine on June 30th ;and the I liberal policv toward refugees,' second group transferred to a the government refused either to motor launch, which was taken loosen existing restrictions on into custody on July 3rd. immigration or to provide public' funds to aid the proposed settle350 REFUGEES SAVED KROM, C ree. rendering more flexible the ment of German Jews in British BURNING SHIP | regulations governing the entry Guiana and elsewhere Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agoninto Cuba of tourists other than Lord Dufferin, who said the cy)— Three hundred and fifty Americans, is now being studied total number of refugees now in refugees are on their way to the by the Cuban State Department. Great Britain was 40.000. assertIsland of Rhodes after having The present regulations for Eued that Britain could not admit been rescued from a burning ship ropean tourists and immigrants large numbers because it would by an Italian vessel. Their oriwhich were enacted last May to stimulate anti-Semitism. "I have ginal boat, named Rimi and flyj prevent an influx of refugees, the strongest feeling." said Lord ing a Panama flag, had been limit the issuance of visas to Duffering "that any very large crowded with refugees, the ma-j those securing special permission increase ill the Jewish population I jority of them Czecho-Slovakians. from the Department of State, of this country would provoke an j The conflagaration occurred while : Treasury and Labor. anti-Semitic feeling, which, I canthe boat was reportedly making | It is understood that the Natnot disguise, is an underlying] an effort to reach Palestine with ional Tourist Corporation, a govcommon its human cargo. | ernment agency, has made it The ship, which had been on known to the State Department the high seas for several months that these regulations have pracand had made vain efforts to land its passengers at various ports, wa s caught by a conflagaration which would have defactor in England, in with almost every other country in the world." Nathan Laski, president of the Manchester Jewish Community, took exception to the statement made by Colonial Undersecretary Lord Dufferin who declared re(C3ntinued on Page Six) tically closed the door to foreign tourists, to the prejudice of Cuhan busin'ss interests. The 1939 summer-tourist trade thus far is stroyed all the refugees if the! proving a great disappointment rescue ships had not arrived. I to Cuban business.



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JULY 14 1939 LEAVE FOR NORTH Mrs. Ida Bernstein and children Shirley and Samuel, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. S. Seagle and Mrs. Albert Feinberg and daughter. Judith, left by motor for a month'* stay in New • • • York. SPENDING SIMMER AT CAMP Miss Dorothy Pepper, 1 daughter of Mrand Mrs. Morris Pepper, is spending the summer at Camp Burgess, Glen Cedar Moun" tain. New York. • • RETURNS TO ALABAMA Mrs. Ida Rosenbloom, formerly of Miami, returned to her home in Alabama .after having spent ten days in Miami Beach as the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank. TO VISIT IN NEW YORK Mr. Irving Gordon, associated with the Rosedale Delicatessen and Restaurant, of Miami, left on the boat Shawnee for a combined business and pleasure trip in New York. He will* return in about a month. • • • VISITS IN MIAMI Mrs. Morris Shapiro, of Jacksonville, has arrived here for a month's stay with her children, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Liebowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mr. and MrsJack Ijizarus and Mr. and MrIf. L. Tarlyn. • • • M. J. O. C. AUXILIARY SPONSORS MEETING The first of a series of cultural meetings sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will take place at the Synagogue Tuesday evening, July 18th at 8:15 P. MThe guest speaker will be Mr. Abe Aronovitz, chairman of tht B'nai B'rith State Anti-Defamaj tion Committee, who will address the gathering on: "Combating Anti-Semitism" Vocal selections will be rendered by Mr. Irving Ginsburg. Refreshment* will be served. Memb?rs are asked to kring their numbered invitations. Guest prizes will be awarded. • • • CEREMONY TO BE HELD The Pidyon Haben of Robert Jay Cassel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cassel will be held Sunday morning at the home of Rev. J. Malek, 300 N. W. 16th Avenue. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. • • • ENTERTAINS WITH BRIDGE Mrs Sidney L. Weintraub was hostess with a dessert bridge on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Jerome Joffee of Kansas City, who is visiting with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Volpe, and Mrs. Murray G. Cohen, were honored guests. Mrs. Cohen returned this week from her wedding trip. She and Mr. Cohen were married on June 25th at the Weintraub residence. There were twenty guests at the bridge party. CEETY • RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor SIMPSONS LEAVE FOR EXTENDED TRIP Mr and Mrs. Julius Sin and daughter, Norma Lee, of San Marino [gland, Miami Beach, will leave Monday morning for California to visit tii San Fra World's Fair. From there they will journey to see the New York World's Fair, and will r turn to Miami in ab H two BRIS IS HELD The bris mila Bai on, son of Mr. and Mis. Harry Schwartz, was held Wedl morning at the Jackson Memorial Hospital, with Rev. Josef Malek officiating. Mr. Hy Schwartz was Qua tern; Rabbi Abrah im A wa s qua tern; Rabbi Abraham Kellner was saundik. Representing the Senior and Junior Council of Jewish Women, Miss Belle Tannen is a candidate for "Queen" of the Jewish War Veterans Convention to be held here the latter part of August. SISTERHOOD (ALLS SPECIAL MEETING A special meeting of the Beth David Sisterhood will he held today at the Beth David Talmud Torah at 2:00 P. M. All members are urgentlv requested to LEAVES TO ... JOIN PARENTS Mr. Herbert Simon is leaving COUNCIL FEATURES for a month' s stay in WashingSWIM-DANCE ton where he will join his parents. A swim-dance will be feal ind R • • • by the Miami unit of National Chodesh PARENTS ANNOUNCE Council of Jewish Juniors, as BIRTH seeond in the Beriea of annual Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nussbaum summer dances given on Julj of 1610 Drexel Avenue, Miami Sunday night, at the Sea Glades Beach, announce the birth of a Cabana Club, Miami Beach, daughter, Renee Sheila, Saturday. Mias Tema Jamison and Mis TO BE BAR MITZVAB Ja k Malek, in of Rev. and Mi-. J. Ma %  Bar Mitzvah rnii al the Miami Ji .'. ish On ( i ngri %  Bai Mitzvah b ij II f\< es, Satafti i hi Haftora worshippers. Ra \ Kellner ill speak J. M i l: %  • %  • : the Musaf imi will be iooms of the %  .: thl -i vices. A reception will be held Sunday at the home .if Rev and Mrs. Malek, 300 N. W. lr.th Avenue. July 8th at the Jackson Memorial Martha Neham are co-chairmen of I LAVES FOR ATLANTA Mr. Harry Shulman left '.( day for a combined bu pleasure trip to Atlanta. HOLDS COMBINED EVENT With Miss Rita Pearlman as chairman, Junior Hadassal v/'\\i sponsor a combined mi %  • I beach party Monday. J at loth Street and Ocean Miami Beach Supper i \ > d Admission is f •"• per person. RETURN FROM VACATION Mr ami Mrs. Herman \\ man and family return.,| an extended visit spent North and Canada. ZIONIST HOARD MEET8 Miami Zionist District hi Board meeting Thursday • ; at the Beth David Talmud with President Sidney Segal] is chairman. Rabbi Max Sll delegate to the Z. O. A. ci tion held the early part of month in New York, gave %  plete report. The Board I 1 cooperation of the organ to the forthcoming J. W. V Convention. Othe r matters affi the Miami district were upon. • • • ANNOUNCES OPENING Rev. J. Malek has ant> the opening of Malek's K Meat and Poultry Market S W. 8th Street, former' location of The Trail Koshei M ket, where he will be hai serve his patrons with the :' of Tennessee poultry and Western beef. Hospital. Mrs. Nussbaum is the daughter of Mrand Mrs. Morris Alpert of Miami Beach. • • MIAMIAN SUCCUMBS TO ILLNESS Rabbi Max Shapiro conducted the funeral services of the late Mrs. Sophie Alexander, who passed away on June 30th last. Mrs. Alexander came here ten years ago from Macon, Ga. Surviving besides her husband, Mr. Nathan Alexander are six sons, Jerry, Isidor, Hyman, Samuel, Harry and Solomon, and two daughters, Mrs. Sarah Simpson and Mrs. Lillian Alexander, all of Miami. KOOLMOTOR GASOLINE and OILS ACME TIRES CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS announced ARBEITER RING the affair, and have that entertainment will be pro-! vided and the second dance conCAMPAIGN CONTINUES test will take place during the The Arbeiter Ring, No. eveningFree lockers and cabana s will be provided for the guests. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the organization. Further plans will he announced at a later date. 892 li still waging their campaign for new members, and are being ass sted in their work by Mr. Appelbaum, Ex. South-Eastern District Secretary of Savannah.' Ga. Mr. Appelbaum will he the installing officer at the next regular meeting of the organization. Those desiring to join the Arbeitej Rh ; .,• ,1 Mr. Hen Silv < %  411 N : th Miami Avenue,! phone 2-0311, WANTED! Will pay 11.00 each f copies of The Jewish Flor ilian issue <>f November 19, 1037. Address CHARLES LUBELSKY • ate p. o. Box 2973, Mi Florida ORANGE STATE OIL CO. Distributors ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF MALEK'S KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY MARKET Formerly Trail Kosher Market 1832 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-4994—MIAMI, FLORIDA YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE APPRECIATED' REV. J. 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r-RIDAY, JULY 14, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wJewisti fHondllam PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue I J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor J FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager otevcd as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year 2 Sis Months $100 FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1939 VOLUME 12— NUMBER 27 B'NAI B'RITH ttffltt "XT BRIEFS (BY SIDNEY SEGALL) Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) A STATE WITHIN A STATE The creation of a new organization to speed emigration of The Palestine problem is Jews from Germany is the Reich's most recent step consistent definitely connected with the with its attitude that in the expulsion of all its Jews lies the %  rugc problem thai B'nai BYi:h solution to its problems. The organization, under the juriscannot sincerely dispose of matd 1C tion of Dr. Wilhe.m Frick, Nasi Minister of the Interior, £ "**• ^bTSK refusing to discuss well considered action—or by adjourning a meting due to the hour. B'nui B'rith speaking through Brother President Henry Monsky, has officially recorded the organization's national attitude and defined its position concerning Palestine and the cause of Zionism. So that the lethargy o r indifference of a local lodge cannot posABROADCASTS Did you know that the National Broadcasting Company had another is short-waving an hour of news to Naziland every day, in spirited business meeting on the German language, at 8:00 P. M. Berlin time? Tuesday evening, July nth, at What's more, NBC receives an average of 200 letters a the Club Room of the Miami Elk's I mont jj from (jcrman listeners-in who praise the "objectivLodge. There was a large alter.-1. ._ th are afraid to usc a more complimentary termdance. As tn the Brothers who _.. of the broadcasts. Oswald Pirow, South African Minister of Defense, who is moving heaven and earth for the return of Germany's former African colonies to Hitler, has a daughter, Elsie, who lives in Germany now, learning to be a good hausfrau according to Nazi standards H ere's hoping thet Hjalmar Schacht stays away from Naziland. Since he left the German Riechsbank its reserve has reached a new low. The reason why Poli Negri, silent film star, is suing a Paris movie magazine for having called her a friend of Adolf Hitler is that the rumor of such a friendship has proved harmful to her in a business way. French ;V:d American movie producers have refused to do business with her YOU SHOULD KNOW were not present it was their loss. B Hon. Harry Goldstein, prominent Miami citizen and former member of the Florida Legists ture from Fernandina, was the guest speaker of the evening. Brother Goldstein's address was inspiring and brilliant. His subj %  ( %  •, timely, indeed, was "Americanism." The Brothers of Sholem Lodge would appreciate other talks in the future from Brother Goldstein, B will include every German Jew and every "stateless" Jew in Germany. It is to be a self-supporting state within a state regulating every phase of Jewish life. It will shoulder the responsibility of maintaining its own schools, hopsitals and other institutions; supply its own teachers, doctors, nurses and, wherever necesary. food and clothing. It is stipulated that it also must operate the necessary number of technical and manual labor schools, for they "further the emigration of Jews-" and the focal point of the entire project is that of ridding Germany "soon and completely "of all her Jews. Eventually it is expected, Nazi Germany will succeed in becoming "Judenrein." After subjecting the Jews to all forms of torture known to man, and her own citizens to privations and misery not long endurable, the Reich will be free of its "Jewish problem." Over a period of years, with the aid of sympathetic individuals, groups and governments the world over, the small self supporting state-within-a-state now being organized, will gradually have dissolved its great minds and talents distributed in many lands. The National Socialist Nazi goal, the emirgation of every Jew from Germany, will have been achieved. And the Reich, in all its naked ugliness will be forced to scout for new victims upon whom to vent its spleen in a last desperate effort to compensate the overwhelming despair for failure. But what until then? With every last means of support denied them, their property confiscated, and self-respect crushedthe Jews of Germany today are forced to construct an independent community, self-sufficient to fill the requirements of their own lives. And with all doors barred, they are to seek places of refuge. For these people, destitute and inhumanly afflicted to fall into a spirit of desperate hopelessness would ; support j nK a worthy cause. W be the course of least resistance. But by taxing ever further hope that the event w,ll be their capacities, the hand which is raised to destroy them is nancia. M the very one which creates new vitality and brings to life latent powers to make them an asset to whatever part world destiny may take them. Wc suppose you on a charge of atten for *7,500 i" K*1 "d have read of the arrest of Allen Zoll pting to shake down Station WIMCA of the anti-Semitic picketline started to "protest" against the cutting off of Father Coughlin from that station \nl we hope you remember our telling you months ago that it was Mr. /.oil who organized that pi.-ketline-a fact the police haw now unearthed. ... The Jewish People's Committee is trying to raise a $30,000 fund for an anti-Coughlin radio campaign. Peter Lorre, the screen's Mr. Mot", was the principal attraction at a luncheon %  riven by 20th Century Films to visiting Japanese officials. sibly alter or disturb, a clearQUt. ^rw ( 0< s „ „ rpa| (lea for Am ,.,icanunequivocal viewpoint already""" .,..,..,.,,.,.,1 ,t the expressed in positive terms by Japanese good will B ut when Loire appearedI at tM the Grand Lodge. The matter is luncheon he was wearing a "Boycott Japanese Woods tuncertainly as important as dispos-| t ((I) Secretary Henry Morgenthau is putting up a whale of 8 battle against the dumping of 300,000 bales n cotton in the lap of General Franco. He believes that spam's Fascist leader will never pay for them. ing of the question of whether refreshments should be served at a B'nai B'rith meeting B Jewish problems are so interrelated, in our humble opinion, that to attempt to isolate or segregate specific problems is but to avoid the real responsibility FAIR FACTS Orchids to Congressman Sol Bloom for getting the texts of the anti-White Paper speeches delivered at the dedication of the Palestine Pavilion into the Congressional Record of June 19th. ... The attendance record of the Worlds Fair imposed on the Jew in his efforts through organization. n June inui. • %  • •—-, The *=^T£~ %  b, U. MB. dedication ^ ^f^ of the SOCIETY Rabbi Abraham Kellner delivered the invocation. Mr. E. Albert, Pallot and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, respective presidents of the Y. M. H. A. and the Y. W. H. A. respectively made brief addresses. Rabbi Max Shapiro gave a >hort talk ami Rabbi Moses Mescheloff delivered the benediction. The main feature of the even1 INSTALLATION TAKES PLACE One of the most outstanding affairs in the history of the Y. ing was a one-act playlet given M. H A. was held Wednesday by the Y. M. H. A. Stock Comnight. Mr. Maurice Grossman, pany. under the direction of Mrs^ Executive Director, opened the Bea Dock. Those taking part meeting with a few brief rewere: Stanley Tannenb.um.lrma marks, and then turned the meetBernstein, Marcia Harris. BWf ing over to Mr. Isaac Levin, the Jamison, Shirley Mandell .Joel installing officer, who was asDiamond. Dick Rosenberg Velma Bisted by Mr. J. Aron Abbott.Abraham, Lucille Toplan, Leonard The Jewish War Veterans toset uy w/c *••"— ^ getter with Sho.em Lodge wH. Even during the Independence Day week-end no day jointly sponsor a large entertain-1 surpasse d the high mark set by the Palestine Pavilion deaiment program in Bay Front Park. n And that incidentally, also goes for the pair attendance'at the opening ceremonies of the Fair on April 30th The political status of Jewish Palestine is most Satisfying as far as the Fair is concerned. ... In the "Book of Nations" published under the auspices of the commissioners general of the participating nations Jewish Palestine has equal representation in space with Great Britain Myra Manning. Chicago Civic Opera soprano, who sang at the recent Tolerance Broadcast from the Fair is a cou n of Mrs. Harry Fisher, wife of the Chicago judge. .Which reminds us to tell you that Henrietta Chase one of Chica go's rising young singers, is the daughter of Zionist I. T Feingold, while the young conductor with whom she has been presenting some most interesting programs is the son of the president of the Vienna Jewish Community, Dr Loewenherz F ollowing in the footsteps of a great predecessor, Leopold Damrosch, the young musician has Hebraized his name, and is now known as Sigmund Levan MOVIE STUFF M-G-M plans a picture, based OH Phyllis Bottom.'s novel ment progra The purpose of the affair i for the raising of funds to help defray the expenses of the coming National Convention to be held here in August. B'nai B'ri.h i I: can be done. The leys (Civic League) on the Beach did it. Sholem Lodgi can and will do it! Oxenberg. Mrs. Leon Liherman and Mrs. N'at Blumberg were in charge of refreshments served by Y. W. B, A., and catered by Mrs. D Rabinovich. HEARD AT RECITAL A large mid-summer audience of musical Miamians gave a n enthusiastic reception to Mildred Greenberg Kates, pianist, presented in recital by the Miami Conservatory at the Miami Woman's Club, Monday night. The occasion was a home-coming one for Mrs. Cates, now a resident of Havana. Cuba, who was gradutcd from the University of Miami school of music. -The Mortal Storm." which will be more frankly anti-Nad than Warner Brothers' "Confessions of a Nazi Spy • %  • %  ft, more M-G-M releases to Germany after that. .Which i^ us ,i,a. "Confessions of a Nazi Spyis retting ,OX Office r r.ls in London. ... If yon want to rem new nret (Continued on Pare Four) •'i I i



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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1939 Miami Rabbi Speaks At N. Y. World's Fair Stresses Need of Religion as Guide to Inventive Genius Of Mankind BRITAIN PLAGES SIX MONTH BAN In an address at the World's Fair Temple of Religion Twilight Hour of Wednesday, July 5th, Rabbi Colnian A. Zwitman of RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN Temple Israel in Miami, pointed out the significance of the "great peace" which has been declared betwen science and religion. "The former seeming conflict between j the two extends no longer for ] science has become an ally of religion and by increased knowl-1 edge of nature we become better acquainted with the God of nature and the part we have to play in His cosmic drama." The speaker said: "I like to think of the "erm religion as "oming from the Latin word 'religare' which means to fasten, to tie, to bind, and here in this Temple at: the Fair, I see many people unit-] ed and tied in religious kinship, regardless of the particular denomination." Rabbi Zwitman said that to have built three separate temples would have been to symbolize religious strife and that the willingness on the part of the three faiths to submerge their differences of ritual and ceremony and to unite in the sponsoring of one Temple with one essential dogma, "the belief in God," was a tribute to Gods unity and to man(Continued from Page One) cently in the House of Lords that "an increased influx of refugees would lead to an increase in antiSemitism i n England." Laski sharply criticized the assertion, terming it "insulting to the noblest traditions of the country" Writing in the Manchester Guardian. Mr. Laski, father of th3 president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, charged that anti-Semitism was a product of the Nazi regime and that it was used as a means of disseminating an anti-British policy. The Daily Express. howover, complimented Lord Dufferin as a "true friend of the Jews" declaring editorially that "Organizations striving to flood Britain with Jewish refugees should listen to this warning ami BCt apon it." The editorial warned that "There is real anxiety lest the tradition of tolerance and kindliness in Britain should suffer in consequence of a n influx from the continent." Ene-land Asks Private Capital To Finance British Guiana Settlement London, (WNS)—Refugee organizations here and in the United States hope that the British Government will soon initiate the building of road s from the coast of British Guiana into the proposed areas of refugee settlement in the interior. On May 12, Prime kind's unity in the World of Tomorrow. The Rabbi said that the inventive genius of mankind which is symbolized by the Fair is not interested whether it is constructive or destructive. An airplane, he i said, does not care whether it is | carrying serum to heal human. beings in some outpost of civilij zation, or whether it is carrying j bombs to destroy humansIt is | necessary that the guiding hand of religion should steer man's inventive genius to constructive paths. This guiding spirit of Religion is represented by this Ternpeople of Religion at the Fair. TO VISIT IX XORTH Miss Gloria Kirstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kirstein, left for Washington where she will visit with relatives and friends. She will visit the World's Fair before returning to Miami. • BARX DAXCE TO BE GIVEN At th: 1 last meeting of the Stephen S. Wise Young Judea Minister Neville Chamberlain promised that such action would be taken. His statement was reaffirmed in th-' House of Lords by Lord Dufferin. unvler-Secretary for Colonies, but no time indication was given on the plan for road building in the British territory, nor was ther.' any indication as to the amount of help England would actually give financially. According to the Prime Minister the extent of the British Government's assistance will depend on whether the prospects <>f development are good, wheth r sufficient private capi-. tal i B available to finance largescale settlement and whether the amount of private capital will b?ar a "reasonable proportion" to the cost of providing communications. The report of the British Guiana Refugee Commission, which surveyed the possibilities, stated it would cost $3,000,000 to establish trial settlements of 5,000 refugees and maintain them for two years. Prime Minister Chamj berlain made it plain that experimental settlement i n British Guiana must be financed from private sources and would be CUTied out und-'r the direction of experts appointed by refugee organizationsAll the British Government would do apart from road building, he indicated, would be to "cooperate fully" and to appoint "such administrative officer as may be necessary Lord Dufferin made it plain that: "Whereas we are prepared to go to the very limit of our resources i n supplying services and administration and even transport, we do not feel justified at this stage in giving actual financial assistance to these schemes." Club of Miami, Alvin Schwartz' was appointed chairman of the Barn Dance which the organization is planning to sponsor. At the next meeting a date will be set and more definite plans discussed. • • • MARIEXTHAL XUPTIAI-S PERFORMED The wedding of Miss Evelyn Marks and Stanley Marienthal of Atlanta, took place Sunday at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Marks of Coconut Grove. Dr. Jacob Kaplan of Temple Israel performed the ceremony and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Louis Rifas, a sister of the bride, was matron of honor and Milton Rausin of Atlanta was best man. Following the ceremony thero was a reception and later Mr and Mrs. Marks entertained members of th? bridal party at a dinner at Hollywood! Beach Hotel. Out of town guests included Mr. 'and Mrs. Isidore Marks of West Palm Beach, uncle and aunt of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cohen >>f Delray Beach, cousins of the bride, and Ixmis Loeb of Atlanta. After a trip to California and a tour of Canada. Mr. and Mrs Marienthal will live in Atlanta Mrs. Marienthal was graduated from Miami High School and attended the University of Miami. For th? past several years she has been active in musical circles and is a membe r of the Civic Music Club, and the Miami Music Club. Mr. Marienthal, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Marienthal of Atlanta, was graduated from Georgia School of Technology. MAMMOTH FOOD STORES OFFER WIDE SELECTION _—„ m# ,—. %  .-•—. %  v --; i : .' %  %  HARRY GOLDSTEIN' Past Commander of the American Legion and past Exall d Ruler of the Elks, addressed a large meeting of Shi lent I-odge, B'nai B'rith, last 1 day. With two mod?rn stores equipped with everything to make shopping for the housewife a pleasure, Mammoth Food Stores are enjoying a very good summer business, according to J. W. Metz. general manager. "Satisfied customers are our best reference and to this we attribute our growth and ever increasing number of patrons." Mammoth's two stores are located at North Miami Avenue and 19th Court, and 1453 Southw-st 8th Street. "Where Food Prices are Made." as their slogan. Mammoth Food Stores have over 3,000 items on their shelves for the shopper's selection. STOP IT WITH Alka Seltzer Does Headache "slow yoa down?" You are a rare exception if it does not One or two tablet* of ALKASELTZER in a glass of water makes a pleasant alkalizing solution that usually brings relief in just a few minutes. ALKA-SELTZER is alas recommended for Gu on Stomach. "Morning After", Add Indigestion. Colds, and Muscular Pala*. You will like the tangy flavor and the results when you take Alka-Seltser. AJka-Seltnr, whan dissolved in water, contain* aa analgesic, (Sodium Acetyl-Sallcylate). In addition, the alkaliringi agents in Alka-Seltzer help to relieve those everyday disorders associated with hyperacidity. Small package 3*c Large package Alka-Seltzei *• t



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FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAW PAGE SEVEN Committee To Aid Hungarian Jewry Emigres Must Use Foreign Money New York, (WNS)—A mimeographed circular over the signature of the Italian Lloyd Triestim fice, lias reached this country. The circular notifies Jewish emiBudapest, (WNS) — President Samuel Stern of the Budapest Jewish Community and Alexander Reppler, general secretary, returned from conferences with'g ra nts that they must be able to western European leaders of pay half their passage money in J wry in London and Paris, with foreign exchange after June 1the assurances that a special com-1 The circular points out that the mittee would be established for payment of foreign exchange the purpose of dPaling with the ( within the Third Reich can legally position of Hungarian Jewry. be done only by those who Rr These assuranves were commuforeigners. Consequently. Jews nicated to the Budapest Jewish who wish to leave the country community by Stern and Reppler will have to arrange the half paywho also obtained pledges of conment of their passage in foreign Biderable financial aid for Hungarian Jewry on condition that exchange to be made abroad, to some office Of the Lloyd Trie-"i-| CHINESE HEBREW SCHOLAR IS MILLIONTH PALESTINE PAVILION VISITOR The millionth visitor to view the exhibit of Jewish pioneering achievement in the Holy Lond shown in the Jewish Palestine Pavilion at the Now York World's Fair was Mr. Li Jui of Hankow. China, a Christian merchant whose deep interest in the Bible led him to make a serious study of the Hebrew language and literature. Mr. Jui is here seen inspecting a Megillah (Hebrew scroll of the Book of Esther) which, enclosed in a silver filigree cylinder, was presented to him on behalf of the Palestine Pavilion authorities by Miss Ingrid Warburg (right,) niece of the late Felix M. Warburg. Mr. Jui amazed the Palestinian guides in the Pavilion by conversing with them in fluent Hebrew, and by his questions showed himself thoroughly familiar with the modern Jewish work of rehabilitation in Palestine. While he has never yet visited .the Holy Land, he told guides that he expects to spend some months there in a year or two. When he registered in the Palestine Pavilion Visitors Book Mr. Jui wrote his name in three scripts—English, Hebrew and Chinese. wealthy Hungarian Jews coivtrino. Th %  circular says it is cofibute correspondingly. Unofficial templated that this half payment sources were of the opinion that! in foreign exchange will be -upBpecial offices fo r the relief of: plied by their relatives abroad, Hungarian Jews will be opened by friends or by relief org. soon in Paris and London. | tions, in pounds sterling, dollar*, It was pointed out that consent I Motherland guilders, Swiaq franc-, of the Hungarian Government French francs or other freely would have to be obtained before transferable currencies. relief action could be started in: — Hungary. The delegation expres-l sed their appreciation for the ef-' forts of the Amertican Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, the HIAS-ICA Emigration Associa\ tion, the Jewish Colonization, and the World Ort Federation. They were received by Baron Robert de Rothschild, Morris C. Troper, Louis Cungre, Edouard Oungre, I*>rd Laski and Israel Sieff. CAPT. BAKER'S SUMMER CAMP FOR BOYS 49 miles from Miami— "locate* the Ocean". By far the finest \ boys' camp in Florida. "Limit| ea Enrollment." Phone for Cat] alog—7.5031 or 7-1570. Boas Receives Birthday Greetings New York, (WNS)—Dr. Franz Boas, professor emeritus of an-] thropology at Columbia Univer-I sity, observed his 81st birthday' this wtek (July 9th) in excellent health and determined to "keep on going" with his duties at the: university and as chairman of the American Committee for Demo-, cracy and Intellectual Freedom! Messages of greeting came from every section of the country and included individual greetings from President Roosevelt, Henry A. Wallace, Secretary of Agriculture and Harold L. Ickes, Secretary of the Interior. Commenting editorialy on the occasion of his 81st birthday, the New York Times declared: "Twenty-eight years ago Professor Boas published "The Mind of Primitive Man." Primitive men of today, some of them heads of governments, may resent his emphasis o n tolerance and truth and his devastating attacks on racial and other myths." Students Stage Demonstration Managua, Nicaragua, (WNS)— University students engaged in anti-Nazi demonstrations here in protest against an order from Berlin to a German citizen not to marry his Jewish Nicaraguan sweetheart. National guardsm'n dispersed crowds attracted by the demonstration, and stopped antiHitler speeches. Handbills were emulated throughout the city calling upon citizens to refrain from patronizing Nazi-owned es-j tablishments. ZISSEN'S of Akron, Ohio are now located at PAPA JOE'S 1749 N. Miami Avenue BEER WHISKEY WINE Electric Cookery Facts f Today! DIABETES BRIGHT'S DISEASE A Mineral spring water is becoming famous because of its amazing results in the relief of these troubles for over a quarter of a century. Write for the free booklet BACK TO HEALTH "Nature's Way" and learn the facts of the hundreds of cases that have completely returned to health. fc.ra[.mv/.aiii R. V. BLOOMHUFF 519 CONGRESS BLDG-, MIAMI PHONE 3 4389 MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY Please send me your free booklet, '' Back to Health Nature's Way," without obligation to myself. (F) NAME .•• ADDRESS •• I HAVE PAINS IN MY MUSCLES AND PAINS IN MY HEAD, INSTEAO OF Oor SHOPPING I SHOULD BE IN BED w 1 I USED TO SUFFER THE SAME WAY UN-1 TIL, I POUND QUICK RELIEF IN AN ANTIPAIN PILLl ANTI-PAIN PILLS BEYOND QUESTrOfi RELIEVE BUT DON'T CAUSE INDIGESTION V / %  SERVICE CODL 5AFE Uid you ever take a medicine to stop headache and have the headache stop and a stomach ache start? We'll wager you didn't take an Anti-Pain Pill. Anti-Pain Pills do not upset the stomach. They take effect quickly too—and they taste like wintergreen wafers. You can't do good work—you can't have a good time when you are suffering from Neuralgia Headache Muscular or Periodic pains Why don't you try the Anti-Pain Pill way to relief? We believe you will be delighted with the results. Thousands of others are. It will not cost much. Anti-Pain Pills seU for one cent each, (less in Economy Package) and one pill usually relieves. Get Anti-rain Mils at your Drug Store. Regular pag 25 for 25c. Econamy pkg. 125 far $1.0*. SEE BARGAINS AT YOUR ELECTRICAL DEALER! lilJKHE SEIVICf j



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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JULY 14. 1939 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) HOME CAMP SUB JUNIOR DIVISION Writers and poets have said | many things about the faces of; smiling children. There is nothtag more precious in this world than the smile of a happy child. Thank God, the Y. M. H. A. can [ now boast that it is doing its, part to make children smile and be "happy. Little did we dream, 6 months ago, when the first talk of 8 Home Camp started, that we! would attain the great measure | of success that the Camp hafs reached today. The enrollment is greater than we anticipated. We have more projects, more activities, than we had originally planned. We have been compelled to, add teachers to our staff to take care of the large attendanceReaders of the Floridian, you can make a child happy by sending him to the Camp. There are many children in this neighborhood who cannot afford the tuition of the Camp. And, while we will admit any child, irrespective of whether he can pay or not, we appeal to public spirited citizens to help us along. There are many children who need fresh air, sunshine, and good food—we can give them all. $200 will pay the I tuition of a child for one week in Camp There are many underprivileged children who need this Camp. Will you create a schol( arship for a few weeks and make Dramatics is the project that this group has undertaken for the summer. Under the able leadership of Mrs. Bea Lock this j group, which ha s organized the Y. M. H. A. Stock Company, gave a play at the installation meeting. They are now rehearsing several one-act plays which will be given sometime during the next few weeks. Y SENIOR DIVISION Y. M. H. A. The first meeting under the new administration was held on Wednesday, July 5th. with a large attendance. Abe Aronovitz was the guest speaker and his subject wa s "Anti-Defamation." After the meeting open house was held and the members participated in the various features that the "Y" offers. The next meeting will be held next Wednesday evening, July 19th, at wWch time Maydr SeweJ] will be the guest speaker. Y RAMBLINGS ROUND THE "Y We extend our heartiest congratulations to Sam Spector upon his opening of a new business in Homestead. some child happy? Last week Mr. Matthew Bandler, Mr. Philip Berkowitz and MrJules Wilson created scholarships' for under-privileged children. Will you do likewise? Make a child happy—make him smile! ^ Y NEW MEMBERS OF THE HOME CAMP We welcome Jack Apte to the "Bachelor's Club. This is a secret organization and you must be a "Bachelor" in good standing to enter. Stanley Bulbin. Albert Kahn. Allan Kuhsen. Marshall Pepper, Richard Pallot. Howard Rosenthai, Robert Shapiro. Sybil Cowen Y SENIOR DIVISION Y. W. H. A. Ask Leon Lieberman how it feels to be called "Uncle Leon. Y BOWLING NEWS This organization is increasing its membership daily. Through the efforts of Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, presidtmt; and Mrs. Nat Blumberg, chairman of the Board the women have been cooperating with the senior division in the Horn? Camp project. Mrs. Leon Lieberman has done marvelous work in planning the meals for the Camp. Y JUNIOR DIVISION A new cultural and social program has been inaugurated by this division. On Monday night, July 10th, a public forum was held on the question: "Should Refugees be Admitted into this Country?" Many participated in this discussion. These programs will be held from time to time. At the next meeting of this division on July 17th, there will be a Spelling Bee. Ethel Mintzer was selected to represent the "Y" as mascot at the Jewish War Veteran s Military Ball to be held on August! 29th. All members are very enthusiastic and are supporting Ethel. We urge all "Y" members when purchasing tickets for the War Veterans Dance to vote for Ethel. Y. M. H. A. duckpin league starting Thursday July 20th to Thursday October 5th, 1939 (two weeks—Manager, Jack Apte; coach, Teddy Goldstein. Team 1.—Marty Milstein, captain; Sam Seitlin. Ralph Grossman. Abe Silver. Jules Wilson. Team 2.—Abe Berkowitz, cap. tain; Hal Levinson. Paul Barnett, Walter Mackauff, Abe Weiner, Mac Marx. Team 3.—Al Berkowitz, captain; Leo Lipowsky, Lew Seitlin, Dean Schwartz, Mickey Lubel, Dr. Sam Beckman. Team 4.—Harry Schwartz, captain; Morris Wroobel, Jack Apte, Herman Waitsman, Nat Blumberg. Dave Rosenthal. Games will be played each and every Thursday at 8:00 P. M. at the Miami Recreation Alley, 301 South Miami AvenueAll bowling enthusiasts are welcome to attend these matches. Many valuable prizes will be awarded. Schedule for Thursday, July 20th: Team 1 vs. Team 2, and Team 3 vs. Team 4. Come out and cheer for your favorites. MAURICE GROSSMAN WOLPERT'S FURNITURE BARGAINS! Wc Refuse To Be Undersold 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page Three) the lowdown on spy activities in this country ask your neighborhood movie manager to run the short called "While Am 'ilea Sleeps." .... One of the chief spies depicted in the film look* like a twin brother of Fritz Kuhn. To your list of odd occupations add that of Alexander Ros < nfeld of Hollywood, whose job it is to paint pictures that don't resemble anybody, for use ii movie scenes that call for portraits ... It seems that if pictures of any real person are u-nl he or his relatives often kick and even sue th' film companies. THIS AND THAT The refugee show "From Vienna," now running in New York is not only an artistic success but actually makes a handsome profit every week. Lazlo Schwaroz, the famous globe-trotting Hungarian caricaturist, is planning a humorous paper—in English, but intended to circulate in other countries also—entitled "The Jew Laughs" Which reminds us that a book called "Why Germany Cannot Win the War" was recently published in Budapest, and overnight became Hungary's best seller. It is rath.'r doubtful now whether the Habimah ensemble will come to the U. S. this year for its announced tour. • Greatest newspaper scoop of recent years is Life Magazine's series of photos of Nijinsky. the famous Russian ballet dancer, now an inmate of a Swiss insane asylum. The Life camera man actually got Nijinsky to dance—something he hadn't done in the last twenty years. "Europe's Conscience in Decline" is the name of a book of essays published by Rabbi Charles E. Shulman of Glencoe, 111. ... An excellent idea was that Fourth of July program at the Manhattan Beach amphitheatre presented by the Flatbush Council Against Intolerance. .... 2(1,000 bathers gathered there to listen to addresses by Fannie Hurst, Magistrate Matthew J. Troy, the Rev. Alfrel W. Price of St. Philip's Church, the Rev. William C. Kernan ofTrinity Church of Bayonne, N. J and Major Thomas E. Soone, chairman of the Council of U. S. War Veterans. ABOUT PEOPLE Thomas E. Dewey will shortly announce his candidacy for PresTHE ?n. ZpeoHcLa. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN S9S6 Indian rreek Drive—6-1265 630 N'. E. 31st St.—2-9546 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both of the Rabbis will b In the Temple every morning. You may co.isult with them •>" matters concerning the Jewis community, or youpe:tonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in strict confidence. • CONGREGATIONAL • ••••••••• •* "Do nit withdraw thyself from the congregation"—Hillel Friday evening services wiH be held at 8:15 p. m-, with Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan in charge the services. idential nomination in HMO. • The high mogul s of the Republican Party feel that Dewey's record on tolerance is the only one that can stand up against F. D. R.'a %  Sam Leibowitz, ace criminal lawyer, is hoping to get the Brooklyn D. A. nomination this fall. ... He believes that his experience as defense counsel will make him a most efficient prosecutor. • • It's in the office of Judge Julian W. Mack that Franklin D. Roosevelt. Jr.. is serving hi s law clerkship So successful have Dr. Jekuthiel Ginsburg's '"Scripts Mathematics" publications proved that t w o pamphlets, by Professor David E. Smith and Cassius J. Keyser, hive had to be reissued in a second ,'dition. Remember the name of Morris Bron'berg He is the Palestini r motorcycle champion, now in th country to arrange for a s>> flight from New York to Tel Aviv. Bromberg has a Cana. dian flying license and is a brilliant aeronautical engineer. • While Dr. Israel Goldstein will be a General Zionist delegate a'. tii World Zionist Congress, Mr-. Goldstein will represent the Peal.' Zion at the Geneva conclace next month. Do You Own Your Home? There never wit a better time than now to build one LEADING HOTEL Q-ytiOU' u "* UnL "^ £J14 S 'V proof hotol la th* S I I i j .. r n hoart ol downtown UMMt i JacVoonrlllo. Erory COMFORT room wtlh tub and ihowir, toH wator. radio, and VonoHan bands. Evory bod with innoroprina mattroo* and roadtna lamp. Running ko wator SB ororyfLjor. roruLAt-riiCED COCKTAIL LOUNGE and COFFEE SHOP Otkor i. I. Pound HottH Hold Pottoa-Cftottaoooga — Houl DoSoto-Soionnol FOR A COOL AND DELIGHTFUL VACATION VISIT THE HOROWITZ KOSHER INN 331 First Avenue West HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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VOL. 12.NO. 27.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1939
PRICE FIVE CENTS
REICH INSTITUTES
OF JEWS
NAVAL VESSELS
MAY BE PRESENT
AT CONVENTION
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Berlin, (WNS)A new organ-
isation to speed emigration of
Jewi from Germany is to be or-
ganized under the terms of a law
announced here making it man-
datory for every German Jew and
every "stateless" Jew in Germany
to be included in its membership
.-hip. It will be a state within
a state regulating every phase of
Jewish lifej under the jurisdic-
tion of Dr. Wilhelm Frick, Min-
i.-ti- of the Interior.
The organization, to be known
as the Reich Association of Jews
in G:rmany, will have to be self-
supporting, must take charge of
all schooling for Jews, hospital-
ization and, when necessary, food
and clothing. The sole purpose
of the new organization will be
to sp-ed emigration. The object
of all this was made obvious in
an editorial appearing in the
"VoHkischer Beobacher," which
said: "The National Socialist
goal remains the emigration of
every Jew from Germany "
Facing the creation of a Nazi.
inspired organization Jews in the
Reich settled down to what is
probably the most crushing task
they have been forced to face in
their entire six years of Nasi op-
pression. Less than 25 percent
of the entire Jewish population
will now be required to feed,
clothe, and educate the majority
of Jews in Germany who are
penniless. They are still requir
ed to pay the government the
(< ..siinued on Page Five)
Harry H. Schaffer. Past Nat-
ional Commander of the Jewish
War Veterans of the United:
States, now serving as executive
director of the coming National
Convention, announces receipt of;
a letter from Admiral William j
Leahy, acting Secretary of the
Navy, stating that favorable con-
sideration is being given the re-:
quest that several naval vessels
T-e assigned to Miami, Florida,,
during the Jewish War Veterans |
National encampment to be held
from August 28th to September
1st. inclusive. He further advis)
es that the request has been for-;
warded to the Commander of the
Atlantic Squadron urging that he
comply, if at all practicable to
do so.
On Friday. July 14th. at 7:30
P. M-, the Jewish War Veterans
will continue their series of
broadcasts of Americanism pro-
grams over Station WQAM. Past
National Commpider Harry H.
Schaffer of Pittsburgh. Pa., will
be the speaker.
BRITAIN PLACE
SIX MONTH BUN
SCHOOL BOARD
DROPS BRANDING
INVESTIGATION
Baltimore. (WNS)The Balti-
more City School Board decided
that the rported branding of a
E RACE
S IN ITALY
LondonThe British govern-
ment, moving drastically to halt
th? smuggling of Jewish refugees
into Palestine, announced Wed-
nesday night a six-months' sus-
pension of Jewish immigration to
the Holy Land.
The announcement came in the
form of a written reply from
Malcolm MacDonald, colonial sec-
retary, to a question in the house
of commons relative to the gov-
ernment's policy on Jewish immi-
gration to Palestine.
Declaring that the suspension
will go into effect October 1,
MacDonald reiterated a previous
Rome. (WNS)The Italian
. newspaper Resto del Carlino, re.
junior high school Jewish youfli iteratinK ,taly.s demands for Tu-
early m June d.d not "indicate. nis_ Djibouti and Suez, and also
there was an organized activity,I naminK British Ma,u declared
that "There must be an end of
either within the school or out-
side, directed against any racial
or religious group."
Melvin Bridges, fourteen years
all provocations against the to-
talitarian states, all persecutions
of Italians and Germans living
old, said that on June 9 an "H" abroadi and that ..The Hebraic-
had been scratched on his neck.
problem must be solved by a gen-
The board appointed a subcom- eral aKrt,ement establishing the
mittee to investigate and adopt-
ed its report, which said that "a
Jews in a non-European country
which shall, not be Palestine."
were listed by
group of boys placed, with ink,] Thege demand
swastikas on several other boys the newspaper in an outline 0f
of different religious and racial | conditions that would eventually
groups." The board held that ,ead t<) ppa(,e
'There is no evidence, either from
Twenty Jews, charged With
E
HITS AT JEWS
London, (WNS) Enrollment j
of Jewish students to four per!
cent of the total registration will j
be effective for the next term,
according to information from
Prague which disclosed that
achools have been forbidden to
admit Jewish pupils transferring
from schools where the language .
of instruction was other than
Czech.
Jewish lawyers and doctors
have been forbidden to continue
in practice and Jewish merchants
for the most part have had their
businesses liquidated and closed.
They have been notified, howev-
er, that employees must be re-
tained until the end of the year.
Jewish jewelers are compelled to
keep their shops open and pay
their employees altho they are
forbidden to sell articles of gold
and silver.
Nazi authorities in Czechoslo-
vakia have ordered Jewish or-
ganizations, including several
burial societies, synagogues and
a number of religious founda.
tions to be dissolved-
In Prague, the Union of Res-
taurant Owners has demanded
that the city cancel licenses held
by Jews and emigres-
REFUGEE BOATS
IESE
FOR HAVEN
Sofia, (WNS)Nine hundred
Jewish refugees from the former
Czecho-Slovakia Republic e n-
camped on an island in the Dan-
ube River, near Russe, Bulgaria,
and awaited an opportunity to
continue to Palestine. They dis-
embarked from two river boats
and were give^ permission by
Bulgarian authorities to stay
temporarily.
announcement to the effect that' a mark was made on his neck at
th number of illegal immigrants the time."
who remain in Palestine will be| -----
deducted from future immigration
quotas.
"An increase in illegal Immi-
gration lately has led to the de-
cision on the part of his majes-
ty's government to suspend im-
migration for six months," the
colonial secretary said.
A permanent ban on the entry Haifa, (WNS-Palcor Agency)
of Jews into Palestine was held Over 1,100 Jews who were cap-
out as a possibility in the future, tured on two refugee ships dur-
should the smuggling of Jewish ing the past week are being
immigrants continue. transferred to the Jewish Agen-
That this suspension may be cy's Immigrants' Hostel here by
extended into an indefinite stop-1 the authoritieh. The transfer be-
page of Jewish immigration to I gan early this week,
the Holy Land was hinted by j Among the refugees are in-
MacDonald in the following; eluded a substantial number of
the boys involved or from Mel- havinR fajk,d t0 dedare their
vin Bridges himself to prove that I Jewish b|ood under a ,aw enacted
last November, were sentenced to
jail terms of from eight to ten
days and fined $7.90. Twenty
others were released.
Meanwhile the Interior Minis-
(Continued on Page Four)
MOVE REFUGEES _________________
0 H II S T F I I MEMEL REFUGEES
I L l'u,J1LLFACE RETURN
words:
"Whether there will be a re-
sumption of immigration quotas
later will depend on the question
of illegal immigration."
Lima, Peru. (WNS)Two hun-
dred Jewish refug.es aboard the
steamship Reina del Pacifico ar-
rived here last weekend. They
are on their way to Bolivia which
they will roach by way ofAfrica.
Valparaiso, Chile. (W N S)
Seventy-nine Jewish refugees ar-
rived aboard the Chilean steamer
(opiapo to settle in this country
Most of the refugees came from
Germany, although some were of
Czecho-Slovak origin. Among the
latter was Dr. Heinrich Finkel-
stein. a world-renowned authority
on children's diseases.
Istanbul, Turkey, (W N Si-
Messages describing great dis-
tress aboard her were received
from the Greek-owned steamer,
Froussoula, flying the flag of
Panama, which passed through
the Bosporous from Sulina. Rou-
mania. at the end of May carry-
ing 660 Jews from Prague and
Vienna- The passengers have
been unable to land anywhere.
The ship is now lying off Tripoli,
Syria- Many women and chil-
dren are aboard and all are suf-
fering severly from lack of water,
food and medical supplies .it is
stated.
(Continued on Page Four)
Unlimited Refugee Immigra-
tion Cause of Anti-Semitic
Feeling Says Lord Duf-
ferin; Statement As-
sailed as Unselfish
chalutzim who were trained in
thair home countrie^ in aretjc.i-
pation of eventually making their
homes in Eretz Israel. They had
all been tossing about on the seas
for over thri'e months, over half
f them having been on the Astir
Kaunas, (WNS)As a re<"-
of conferences going on here !> -
tween German and Lithuanian
Government representatives over
citizenship of the persons who
fled the district when it was tak-
en over by the Reich, thousands
of refugees from Memel may be
returned to Germany.
According to authorita t i v e
sources it is believed that refu-
gees who were formerly German
citizens will be regarded as Ger-
man subjects and as such will be
given German passports and
forced to return to Germany.
when she was cast adrift from j This plan is said to be the one
Palestine shores on April 10th. favored by German authorise*
and the rest having been on the
Aghios Ntcoloai whvn she was
fired on by a police patrol and
because the refugees, as German
subjects, would lose the right to
compensation for property con-
fiscated in Memel which amounts
to millions of lit.
Cuba Reviews
Entry Restrictions
Havana. (WNS)A new de-
Londor.. (WNS)A govern- forced away on March 81st. The
ment spokesman revealed that first group transferred in m.d_
despite demands from all parts sea to the Mars.is, which reached
of the House of Lords for a more Palestine on June 30th ;and the
I liberal policv toward refugees,' second group transferred to a
' the government refused either to motor launch, which was taken
loosen existing restrictions on into custody on July 3rd.
immigration or to provide public'
funds to aid the proposed settle- 350 REFUGEES SAVED KROM,Cree. rendering more flexible the
ment of German Jews in British BURNING SHIP | regulations governing the entry
Guiana and elsewhere Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agon- into Cuba of tourists other than
' Lord Dufferin, who said the cy) Three hundred and fifty Americans, is now being studied
total number of refugees now in refugees are on their way to the by the Cuban State Department.
Great Britain was 40.000. assert- Island of Rhodes after having The present regulations for Eu-
ed that Britain could not admit been rescued from a burning ship ropean tourists and immigrants
large numbers because it would by an Italian vessel. Their ori- which were enacted last May to
stimulate anti-Semitism. "I have ginal boat, named Rimi and fly- j prevent an influx of refugees,
the strongest feeling." said Lord ing a Panama flag, had been limit the issuance of visas to
Duffering "that any very large crowded with refugees, the ma-j those securing special permission
increase ill the Jewish population I jority of them Czecho-Slovakians. from the Department of State,
of this country would provoke an j The conflagaration occurred while : Treasury and Labor.
anti-Semitic feeling, which, I can- the boat was reportedly making | It is understood that the Nat-
not disguise, is an underlying] an effort to reach Palestine with ional Tourist Corporation, a gov-
common its human cargo. | ernment agency, has made it
The ship, which had been on known to the State Department
the high seas for several months that these regulations have prac-
and had made vain efforts to
land its passengers at various
ports, was caught by a conflag-
aration which would have de-
factor in England, in
with almost every other country
in the world."
Nathan Laski, president of the
Manchester Jewish Community,
took exception to the statement
made by Colonial Undersecretary
Lord Dufferin who declared re-
(C3ntinued on Page Six)
tically closed the door to foreign
tourists, to the prejudice of Cu-
han busin'ss interests. The 1939
summer-tourist trade thus far is
stroyed all the refugees if the! proving a great disappointment
rescue ships had not arrived. I to Cuban business.


PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JULY 14 1939
LEAVE FOR
NORTH
Mrs. Ida Bernstein and children
Shirley and Samuel, accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. S. Seagle and
Mrs. Albert Feinberg and daugh-
ter. Judith, left by motor for a
month'*
stay in New

York.
SPENDING SIMMER
AT CAMP
Miss Dorothy Pepper,1 daugh-
ter of Mr- and Mrs. Morris Pep-
per, is spending the summer at
Camp Burgess, Glen Cedar Moun"
tain. New York.

RETURNS TO
ALABAMA
Mrs. Ida Rosenbloom, formerly
of Miami, returned to her home
in Alabama .after having spent
ten days in Miami Beach as the
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. M.
B. Frank.
TO VISIT IN
NEW YORK
Mr. Irving Gordon, associated
with the Rosedale Delicatessen
and Restaurant, of Miami, left on
the boat Shawnee for a combined
business and pleasure trip in
New York. He will* return in
about a month.

VISITS IN
MIAMI
Mrs. Morris Shapiro, of Jack-
sonville, has arrived here for a
month's stay with her children,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Liebowitz, Mr.
and Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mr. and
Mrs- Jack Ijizarus and Mr. and
Mr- If. L. Tarlyn.

M. J. O. C. AUXILIARY
SPONSORS MEETING
The first of a series of cultural
meetings sponsored by the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation will take
place at the Synagogue Tuesday
evening, July 18th at 8:15 P. M-
The guest speaker will be Mr.
Abe Aronovitz, chairman of tht
B'nai B'rith State Anti-Defama- j
tion Committee, who will address
the gathering on: "Combating
Anti-Semitism" Vocal selections
will be rendered by Mr. Irving
Ginsburg. Refreshment* will be
served. Memb?rs are asked to
kring their numbered invitations.
Guest prizes will be awarded.

CEREMONY
TO BE HELD
The Pidyon Haben of Robert
Jay Cassel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Cassel will be held Sun-
day morning at the home of Rev.
J. Malek, 300 N. W. 16th Avenue.
Relatives and friends are invited
to attend.

ENTERTAINS
WITH BRIDGE
Mrs Sidney L. Weintraub was
hostess with a dessert bridge on
Wednesday evening. Mrs. Jerome
Joffee of Kansas City, who is
visiting with her parents. Dr.
and Mrs. Arnold Volpe, and Mrs.
Murray G. Cohen, were honored
guests. Mrs. Cohen returned this
week from her wedding trip. She
and Mr. Cohen were married on
June 25th at the Weintraub resi-
dence. There were twenty guests
at the bridge party.
CEETY
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
SIMPSONS LEAVE FOR
EXTENDED TRIP
Mr and Mrs. Julius Sin
and daughter, Norma Lee, of San
Marino [gland, Miami Beach, will
leave Monday morning for Cali-
fornia to visit tii San Fra
World's Fair. From there they
will journey to see the New York
World's Fair, and will r turn to
Miami in ab H two
BRIS IS HELD
The bris mila Bai
on, son of Mr. and Mis. Harry
Schwartz, was held Wedl
morning at the Jackson Memorial
Hospital, with Rev. Josef Malek
officiating. Mr. Hy Schwartz
was Qua tern; Rabbi Abrah im A
was qua tern; Rabbi Abraham
Kellner was saundik.
Representing the Senior and
Junior Council of Jewish Wo-
men, Miss Belle Tannen is a
candidate for "Queen" of the
Jewish War Veterans Conven-
tion to be held here the latter
part of August.
SISTERHOOD (ALLS
SPECIAL MEETING
A special meeting of the Beth
David Sisterhood will he held to-
day at the Beth David Talmud
Torah at 2:00 P. M. All members
are urgentlv requested to
LEAVES TO ...
JOIN PARENTS
Mr. Herbert Simon is leaving COUNCIL FEATURES
for a month's stay in Washing- SWIM-DANCE
ton where he will join his parents. A swim-dance will be feal ind R
by the Miami unit of National Chodesh
PARENTS ANNOUNCE Council of Jewish Juniors, as
BIRTH seeond in the Beriea of annual
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nussbaum summer dances given on Julj
of 1610 Drexel Avenue, Miami Sunday night, at the Sea Glades
Beach, announce the birth of a Cabana Club, Miami Beach,
daughter, Renee Sheila, Saturday. Mias Tema Jamison and Mis
TO BE
BAR MITZVAB
Ja k Malek, in of Rev. and
Mi-. J. Ma Bar Mitzvah
rnii al the Miami
Ji .'. ish On ( i ngri
Bai Mitzvah
b ij II f\< es, Sat-
afti i hi Haftora
- worship-
pers. Ra \ Kellner ill speak
J. M i l: .
: the Musaf
imi will be
. iooms of the
.: thl -i vices.
A reception will be held Sunday
at the home .if Rev and Mrs.
Malek, 300 N. W. lr.th Avenue.
July 8th at the Jackson Memorial Martha Neham are co-chairmen of
I LAVES FOR
ATLANTA
Mr. Harry Shulman left '.( .
day for a combined bu
pleasure trip to Atlanta.
HOLDS COMBINED
EVENT
With Miss Rita Pearlman as
chairman, Junior Hadassal v/'\\i
sponsor a combined mi I
beach party Monday. J
at loth Street and Ocean
Miami Beach Supper
- i \ > d Admission is f .
per person.
RETURN FROM
VACATION
Mr ami Mrs. Herman \\
man and family return.,|
an extended visit spent
North and Canada.
ZIONIST HOARD
MEET8
Miami Zionist District hi
Board meeting Thursday ;
at the Beth David Talmud
with President Sidney Segal] is
chairman. Rabbi Max Sll
delegate to the Z. O. A. ci
tion held the early part of
month in New York, gave
plete report. The Board I1'
cooperation of the organ
to the forthcoming J. W. V Con-
vention. Other matters affi
the Miami district were
upon.

ANNOUNCES
OPENING
Rev. J. Malek has ant>
the opening of Malek's K
Meat and Poultry Market ,
S W. 8th Street, former'
location of The Trail Koshei M
ket, where he will be hai
serve his patrons with the :'
of Tennessee poultry and -
Western beef.
Hospital. Mrs. Nussbaum is the
daughter of Mr- and Mrs. Morris
Alpert of Miami Beach.

MIAMIAN SUCCUMBS
TO ILLNESS
Rabbi Max Shapiro conducted
the funeral services of the late
Mrs. Sophie Alexander, who pas-
sed away on June 30th last. Mrs.
Alexander came here ten years
ago from Macon, Ga. Surviving
besides her husband, Mr. Nathan
Alexander are six sons, Jerry,
Isidor, Hyman, Samuel, Harry
and Solomon, and two daughters,
Mrs. Sarah Simpson and Mrs.
Lillian Alexander, all of Miami.
KOOLMOTOR
GASOLINE
and
OILS
ACME TIRES
CITIES SERVICE
PRODUCTS
announced
ARBEITER RING
the affair, and have
that entertainment will be pro-!
vided and the second dance con- CAMPAIGN CONTINUES
test will take place during the The Arbeiter Ring, No.
evening-
Free lockers and cabanas will
be provided for the guests. Tick-
ets may be obtained from any
member of the organization.
Further plans will he announc-
ed at a later date.
892 li
still waging their campaign for
new members, and are being
ass sted in their work by Mr.
Appelbaum, Ex. South-Eastern
District Secretary of Savannah.'
Ga. Mr. Appelbaum will he the
installing officer at the next reg-
ular meeting of the organization.
Those desiring to join the Ar-
beitej Rh ,; ., ,1 Mr. Hen Sil-
v< 411 N : th Miami Avenue,!
phone 2-0311,
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VOLUME 12NUMBER 27
B'NAI B'RITH
ttffltt
"XT
BRIEFS
(BY SIDNEY SEGALL)
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
A STATE WITHIN A STATE
The creation of a new organization to speed emigration of
The Palestine problem is
Jews from Germany is the Reich's most recent step consistent definitely connected with the
with its attitude that in the expulsion of all its Jews lies the
r-
ugc problem thai B'nai BYi:h
solution to its problems. The organization, under the juris- cannot sincerely dispose of mat-
d1Ction of Dr. Wilhe.m Frick, Nasi Minister of the Interior, "** ^bTSK
refusing to discuss well consider-
ed actionor by adjourning a
meting due to the hour. B'nui
B'rith speaking through Brother
President Henry Monsky, has of-
ficially recorded the organiza-
tion's national attitude and de-
fined its position concerning Pal-
estine and the cause of Zionism.
So that the lethargy or indiffer-
ence of a local lodge cannot pos-
ABROADCASTS
Did you know that the National Broadcasting Company
had another is short-waving an hour of news to Naziland every day, in
spirited business meeting on the German language, at 8:00 P. M. Berlin time?......
Tuesday evening, July nth, at What's more, NBC receives an average of 200 letters a
the Club Room of the Miami Elk's I montjj from (jcrman listeners-in who praise the "objectiv-
Lodge. There was a large alter.-1. ._th are afraid to usc a more complimentary term-
dance. As tn the Brothers who _..
of the broadcasts. Oswald Pirow, South African Minis-
ter of Defense, who is moving heaven and earth for the re-
turn of Germany's former African colonies to Hitler, has a
daughter, Elsie, who lives in Germany now, learning to be
a good hausfrau according to Nazi standards.....Here's
hoping thet Hjalmar Schacht stays away from Naziland. .
Since he left the German Riechsbank its reserve has reached
a new low. The reason why Poli Negri, silent film star,
is suing a Paris movie magazine for having called her a
friend of Adolf Hitler is that the rumor of such a friendship
has proved harmful to her in a business way. French
;V:d American movie producers have refused to do business
with her......
YOU SHOULD KNOW
were not present it was their loss.
---------B---------
Hon. Harry Goldstein, promi-
nent Miami citizen and former
member of the Florida Legists
ture from Fernandina, was the
guest speaker of the evening.
Brother Goldstein's address was
inspiring and brilliant. His sub-
j (, timely, indeed, was "Amer-
icanism." The Brothers of Sho-
lem Lodge would appreciate oth-
er talks in the future from Broth-
er Goldstein,
B
will include every German Jew and every "stateless" Jew in
Germany. It is to be a self-supporting state within a state
regulating every phase of Jewish life. It will shoulder the
responsibility of maintaining its own schools, hopsitals and
other institutions; supply its own teachers, doctors, nurses and,
wherever necesary. food and clothing. It is stipulated that it
also must operate the necessary number of technical and man-
ual labor schools, for they "further the emigration of Jews-"
and the focal point of the entire project is that of ridding
Germany "soon and completely "of all her Jews.
Eventually it is expected, Nazi Germany will succeed
in becoming "Judenrein." After subjecting the Jews to all
forms of torture known to man, and her own citizens to priva-
tions and misery not long endurable, the Reich will be free
of its "Jewish problem." Over a period of years, with the aid
of sympathetic individuals, groups and governments the world
over, the small self supporting state-within-a-state now being
organized, will gradually have dissolved its great minds and
talents distributed in many lands. The National Socialist Nazi
goal, the emirgation of every Jew from Germany, will have
been achieved. And the Reich, in all its naked ugliness will
be forced to scout for new victims upon whom to vent its
spleen in a last desperate effort to compensate the overwhelm-
ing despair for failure.
But what until then? With every last means of support
denied them, their property confiscated, and self-respect
crushed- the Jews of Germany today are forced to construct an
independent community, self-sufficient to fill the requirements
of their own lives. And with all doors barred, they are to seek
places of refuge. For these people, destitute and inhumanly
afflicted to fall into a spirit of desperate hopelessness would ; supportjnK a worthy cause. W
be the course of least resistance. But by taxing ever further hope that the event w,ll be ,
their capacities, the hand which is raised to destroy them is nancia. M
the very one which creates new vitality and brings to life lat-
ent powers to make them an asset to whatever part
world destiny may take them.
Wc suppose you
on a charge of atten
for *7,500 i" K*1 "d
have read of the arrest of Allen Zoll
pting to shake down Station WIMCA
of the anti-Semitic picketline started
to "protest" against the cutting off of Father Coughlin from
that station.....\nl we hope you remember our telling
you months ago that it was Mr. /.oil who organized that
pi.-ketline-a fact the police haw now unearthed. ... The
Jewish People's Committee is trying to raise a $30,000 fund
for an anti-Coughlin radio campaign. Peter Lorre, the
screen's Mr. Mot", was the principal attraction at a luncheon
riven by 20th Century Films to visiting Japanese officials.
sibly alter or disturb, a clearQUt. ^rw (,0<.s rpa| (lea, for Am,.,ican-
unequivocal viewpoint already""" .,..,..,.,,.,.,1 ,t the
expressed in positive terms by Japanese good will--------But when Loire appearedI at tM
the Grand Lodge. The matter is luncheon he was wearing a "Boycott Japanese Woods tun-
certainly as important as dispos-|t((I) Secretary Henry Morgenthau is putting up a
" whale of 8 battle against the dumping of 300,000 bales n
cotton in the lap of General Franco. He believes that
spam's Fascist leader will never pay for them. .
ing of the question of whether
refreshments should be served at
a B'nai B'rith meeting
---------B---------
Jewish problems are so inter-
related, in our humble opinion,
that to attempt to isolate or se-
gregate specific problems is but
to avoid the real responsibility
FAIR FACTS
Orchids to Congressman Sol Bloom for getting the texts
of the anti-White Paper speeches delivered at the dedication
of the Palestine Pavilion into the Congressional Record of
June 19th. ... The attendance record of the Worlds Fair
imposed on the Jew in his efforts
through organization.
n June inui. ------------ ,
The *=^T~ b, U. MB. dedication ^ ^f^
of the
SOCIETY
Rabbi Abraham Kellner delivered
the invocation. Mr. E. Albert,
Pallot and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin,
respective presidents of the Y. M.
H. A. and the Y. W. H. A. re-
spectively made brief addresses.
Rabbi Max Shapiro gave a >hort
talk ami Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
delivered the benediction.
The main feature of the even-
1 INSTALLATION
TAKES PLACE
One of the most outstanding
affairs in the history of the Y. ing was a one-act playlet given
M. H A. was held Wednesday by the Y. M. H. A. Stock Com-
night. Mr. Maurice Grossman, pany. under the direction of Mrs^
Executive Director, opened the Bea Dock. Those taking part
meeting with a few brief re- were: Stanley Tannenb.um.lrma
marks, and then turned the meet- Bernstein, Marcia Harris. BWf
ing over to Mr. Isaac Levin, the Jamison, Shirley Mandell .Joel
installing officer, who was as- Diamond. Dick Rosenberg Velma
Bisted by Mr. J. Aron Abbott.Abraham, Lucille Toplan, Leonard
The Jewish War Veterans to- set uy w/c *" ------------- ^ .
getter with Sho.em Lodge wH. Even during the Independence Day week-end no day
jointly sponsor a large entertain-1 surpassed the high mark set by the Palestine Pavilion deai-
ment program in Bay Front Park. n And that incidentally, also goes for the pair
attendance'at the opening ceremonies of the Fair on April
30th The political status of Jewish Palestine is most
Satisfying as far as the Fair is concerned. ... In the "Book
of Nations" published under the auspices of the commis-
sioners general of the participating nations Jewish Palestine
has equal representation in space with Great Britain-------.
Myra Manning. Chicago Civic Opera soprano, who sang at
the recent Tolerance Broadcast from the Fair is a cou n
of Mrs. Harry Fisher, wife of the Chicago judge. .Which
reminds us to tell you that Henrietta Chase one of Chica
go's rising young singers, is the daughter of Zionist I. T
Feingold, while the young conductor with whom she has
been presenting some most interesting programs is the son
of the president of the Vienna Jewish Community, Dr
Loewenherz.....Following in the footsteps of a great
predecessor, Leopold Damrosch, the young musician has He-
braized his name, and is now known as Sigmund Levan-------
MOVIE STUFF
M-G-M plans a picture, based OH Phyllis Bottom.'s novel
ment progra
The purpose of the affair i for
the raising of funds to help de-
fray the expenses of the coming
National Convention to be held
here in August. B'nai B'ri.h i
I: can be done.
The leys (Civic League) on the
Beach did it. Sholem Lodgi can
and will do it!
Oxenberg. Mrs. Leon Liherman
and Mrs. N'at Blumberg were in
charge of refreshments served by
Y. W. B, A., and catered by Mrs.
D Rabinovich.
HEARD AT
RECITAL
A large mid-summer audience
of musical Miamians gave an en-
thusiastic reception to Mildred
Greenberg Kates, pianist, pre-
sented in recital by the Miami
Conservatory at the Miami Wo-
man's Club, Monday night. The
occasion was a home-coming one
for Mrs. Cates, now a resident of
Havana. Cuba, who was gradutcd
from the University of Miami
school of music.
-The Mortal Storm." which will be more frankly anti-Nad
than Warner Brothers' "Confessions of a Nazi Spy
ft, more M-G-M releases to Germany after that. .Which
i^ us ,i,a. "Confessions of a Nazi Spy- is retting '
,OX Office r.....r.ls in London. ... If yon want to
rem
new
nret
(Continued on Pare Four)
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PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIaN
FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1939
Miami Rabbi Speaks
At N. Y. World's Fair
Stresses Need of Religion as
Guide to Inventive Genius
Of Mankind
BRITAIN PLAGES
SIX MONTH BAN
In an address at the World's
Fair Temple of Religion Twilight
Hour of Wednesday, July 5th,
Rabbi Colnian A. Zwitman of
RABBI COLMAN A.
ZWITMAN
Temple Israel in Miami, pointed
out the significance of the "great
peace" which has been declared
betwen science and religion. "The'
former seeming conflict between j
the two extends no longer for ]
science has become an ally of
religion and by increased knowl-1
edge of nature we become better
acquainted with the God of na-
ture and the part we have to play
in His cosmic drama."
The speaker said: "I like to
think of the "erm religion as "om-
ing from the Latin word 'religare'
which means to fasten, to tie, to
bind, and here in this Temple at:
the Fair, I see many people unit-]
ed and tied in religious kinship,
regardless of the particular de-
nomination."
Rabbi Zwitman said that to
have built three separate temples
would have been to symbolize re-
ligious strife and that the wil-
lingness on the part of the three
faiths to submerge their differ-
ences of ritual and ceremony and
to unite in the sponsoring of one
Temple with one essential dogma,
"the belief in God," was a tri-
bute to Gods unity and to man-
(Continued from Page One)
cently in the House of Lords that
"an increased influx of refugees
would lead to an increase in anti-
Semitism in England." Laski
sharply criticized the assertion,
terming it "insulting to the nob-
lest traditions of the country"
Writing in the Manchester Guar-
dian. Mr. Laski, father of th3
president of the Board of Depu-
ties of British Jews, charged that
anti-Semitism was a product of
the Nazi regime and that it was
used as a means of disseminating
an anti-British policy.
The Daily Express. howover,
complimented Lord Dufferin as a
"true friend of the Jews" declar-
ing editorially that "Organiza-
tions striving to flood Britain
with Jewish refugees should lis-
ten to this warning ami BCt apon
it." The editorial warned that
"There is real anxiety lest the
tradition of tolerance and kind-
liness in Britain should suffer in
consequence of an influx from
the continent."
Ene-land Asks Private Capital
To Finance British Guiana
Settlement
London, (WNS)Refugee or-
ganizations here and in the Unit-
ed States hope that the British
Government will soon initiate the
building of roads from the coast
of British Guiana into the pro-
posed areas of refugee settlement
in the interior. On May 12, Prime
kind's unity in the World of To-
morrow.
The Rabbi said that the inven-
tive genius of mankind which is
symbolized by the Fair is not in-
terested whether it is constructive
or destructive. An airplane, he i
said, does not care whether it is |
carrying serum to heal human.
beings in some outpost of civili- j
zation, or whether it is carrying j
bombs to destroy humans- It is |
necessary that the guiding hand
of religion should steer man's in-
ventive genius to constructive
paths. This guiding spirit of Re-
ligion is represented by this Tern-
people of Religion at the Fair.
TO VISIT
IX XORTH
Miss Gloria Kirstein, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kirstein,
left for Washington where she
will visit with relatives and
friends. She will visit the World's
Fair before returning to Miami.
*
BARX DAXCE
TO BE GIVEN
At th:1 last meeting of the
Stephen S. Wise Young Judea
Minister Neville Chamberlain
promised that such action would
be taken. His statement was re-
affirmed in th-' House of Lords
by Lord Dufferin. unvler-Secretary
for Colonies, but no time indica-
tion was given on the plan for
road building in the British ter-
ritory, nor was ther.' any indica-
tion as to the amount of help
England would actually give fi-
nancially. According to the
Prime Minister the extent of the
British Government's assistance
will depend on whether the pros-
pects <>f development are good,
wheth r sufficient private capi-.
tal iB available to finance large-
scale settlement and whether the
amount of private capital will
b?ar a "reasonable proportion"
to the cost of providing commu-
nications.
The report of the British Gui-
ana Refugee Commission, which
surveyed the possibilities, stated
it would cost $3,000,000 to estab-
lish trial settlements of 5,000
refugees and maintain them for
two years. Prime Minister Cham- j
berlain made it plain that exper-
imental settlement i n British
Guiana must be financed from
private sources and would be
CUTied out und-'r the direction of
experts appointed by refugee or-
ganizations- All the British Gov-
ernment would do apart from
road building, he indicated, would
be to "cooperate fully" and to
appoint "such administrative of-
ficer as may be necessary "
Lord Dufferin made it plain
that: "Whereas we are prepared
to go to the very limit of our
resources in supplying services
and administration and even
transport, we do not feel justi-
fied at this stage in giving ac-
tual financial assistance to these
schemes."
Club of Miami, Alvin Schwartz'
was appointed chairman of the
Barn Dance which the organiza-
tion is planning to sponsor. At
the next meeting a date will be
set and more definite plans dis-
cussed.

MARIEXTHAL XUPTIAI-S
PERFORMED
The wedding of Miss Evelyn
Marks and Stanley Marienthal of
Atlanta, took place Sunday at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Marks of Co-
conut Grove. Dr. Jacob Kaplan
of Temple Israel performed the
ceremony and the bride was given
in marriage by her father. Mrs.
Louis Rifas, a sister of the bride,
was matron of honor and Milton
Rausin of Atlanta was best man.
Following the ceremony thero
was a reception and later Mr
and Mrs. Marks entertained mem-
bers of th? bridal party at a din-
ner at Hollywood! Beach Hotel.
Out of town guests included
Mr. 'and Mrs. Isidore Marks of
West Palm Beach, uncle and aunt
of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Cohen >>f Delray Beach, cousins
of the bride, and Ixmis Loeb of
Atlanta.
After a trip to California and
a tour of Canada. Mr. and Mrs
Marienthal will live in Atlanta
Mrs. Marienthal was graduated
from Miami High School and at-
tended the University of Miami.
For th? past several years she
has been active in musical circles
and is a member of the Civic Mu-
sic Club, and the Miami Music
Club. Mr. Marienthal, son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Marienthal of
Atlanta, was graduated from
Georgia School of Technology.
MAMMOTH FOOD
STORES OFFER
WIDE SELECTION
_ m# ,..-. v --;
i
: .'
HARRY GOLDSTEIN'
Past Commander of the Ameri-
can Legion and past Exall d
Ruler of the Elks, addressed
a large meeting of Shi lent
I-odge, B'nai B'rith, last 1
day.
With two mod?rn stores equip-
ped with everything to make
shopping for the housewife a
pleasure, Mammoth Food Stores
are enjoying a very good summer
business, according to J. W. Metz.
general manager.
"Satisfied customers are our
best reference and to this we at-
tribute our growth and ever in-
creasing number of patrons."
Mammoth's two stores are locat-
ed at North Miami Avenue and
19th Court, and 1453 Southw-st
8th Street. "Where Food Prices
are Made." as their slogan. Mam-
moth Food Stores have over 3,000
items on their shelves for the
shopper's selection.
STOP IT WITH
Alka Seltzer
Does Headache "slow yoa
down?" You are a rare ex-
ception if it does not
One or two tablet* of ALKA-
SELTZER in a glass of water
makes a pleasant alkalizing
solution that usually brings
relief in just a few minutes.
ALKA-SELTZER is alas recom-
mended for
Gu on Stomach. "Morning
After", Add Indigestion.
Colds, and Muscular Pala*.
You will like the tangy flavor
and the results when you take
Alka-Seltser. AJka-Seltnr, whan
dissolved in water, contain* aa
analgesic, (Sodium Acetyl-Sallcyl-
ate). In addition, the alkaliringi
agents in Alka-Seltzer help to re-
lieve those everyday disor-
ders associated with hyper-
acidity.
Small package 3*c
Large package
Alka-Seltzei
*
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FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAW
PAGE SEVEN
Committee To Aid
Hungarian Jewry
Emigres Must Use
Foreign Money
New York, (WNS)A mimeo-
graphed circular over the signa-
ture of the Italian Lloyd Triestim
fice, lias reached this country.
The circular notifies Jewish emi-
Budapest, (WNS) President
Samuel Stern of the Budapest
Jewish Community and Alexan-
der Reppler, general secretary,
returned from conferences with'grants that they must be able to
western European leaders of pay half their passage money in
J wry in London and Paris, with foreign exchange after June 1-
the assurances that a special com-1 The circular points out that the
mittee would be established for payment of foreign exchange
the purpose of dPaling with the ( within the Third Reich can legally
position of Hungarian Jewry. be done only by those who Rr
These assuranves were commu- foreigners. Consequently. Jews
nicated to the Budapest Jewish who wish to leave the country
community by Stern and Reppler will have to arrange the half pay-
who also obtained pledges of con- ment of their passage in foreign
Biderable financial aid for Hun-
garian Jewry on condition that
exchange to be made abroad, to
some office Of the Lloyd Trie-- -
"i-| CHINESE HEBREW SCHOLAR IS MILLIONTH PALESTINE
PAVILION VISITOR
The millionth visitor to view the exhibit of Jewish pioneering achievement in the Holy
Lond shown in the Jewish Palestine Pavilion at the Now York World's Fair was Mr. Li
Jui of Hankow. China, a Christian merchant whose deep interest in the Bible led him to
make a serious study of the Hebrew language and literature. Mr. Jui is here seen in-
specting a Megillah (Hebrew scroll of the Book of Esther) which, enclosed in a silver
filigree cylinder, was presented to him on behalf of the Palestine Pavilion authorities
by Miss Ingrid Warburg (right,) niece of the late Felix M. Warburg. Mr. Jui amazed
the Palestinian guides in the Pavilion by conversing with them in fluent Hebrew, and
by his questions showed himself thoroughly familiar with the modern Jewish work of re-
habilitation in Palestine. While he has never yet visited .the Holy Land, he told guides that
he expects to spend some months there in a year or two. When he registered in the
Palestine Pavilion Visitors Book Mr. Jui wrote his name in three scriptsEnglish,
Hebrew and Chinese.
wealthy Hungarian Jews coivtri- no. Th circular says it is cofi-
bute correspondingly. Unofficial templated that this half payment
sources were of the opinion that! in foreign exchange will be -up-
Bpecial offices for the relief of: plied by their relatives abroad,
Hungarian Jews will be opened by friends or by relief org.
soon in Paris and London. | tions, in pounds sterling, dollar*,
It was pointed out that consent I Motherland guilders, Swiaq franc-,
of the Hungarian Government French francs or other freely
would have to be obtained before transferable currencies.
relief action could be started in:
Hungary. The delegation expres-l
sed their appreciation for the ef-'
forts of the Amertican Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee, the
HIAS-ICA Emigration Associa- \
tion, the Jewish Colonization, and
the World Ort Federation. They
were received by Baron Robert
de Rothschild, Morris C. Troper,
Louis Cungre, Edouard Oungre,
I*>rd Laski and Israel Sieff.
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Boas Receives
Birthday Greetings
New York, (WNS)Dr. Franz
Boas, professor emeritus of an-]
thropology at Columbia Univer-I
sity, observed his 81st birthday'
this wtek (July 9th) in excellent
health and determined to "keep
on going" with his duties at the:
university and as chairman of the
American Committee for Demo-,
cracy and Intellectual Freedom- !
Messages of greeting came
from every section of the country
and included individual greetings
from President Roosevelt, Henry
A. Wallace, Secretary of Agricul-
ture and Harold L. Ickes, Secre-
tary of the Interior. Comment-
ing editorialy on the occasion of
his 81st birthday, the New York
Times declared: "Twenty-eight
years ago Professor Boas pub-
lished "The Mind of Primitive
Man." Primitive men of today,
some of them heads of govern-
ments, may resent his emphasis
on tolerance and truth and his
devastating attacks on racial and
other myths."
Students Stage
Demonstration
Managua, Nicaragua, (WNS)
University students engaged in
anti-Nazi demonstrations here in
protest against an order from
Berlin to a German citizen not
to marry his Jewish Nicaraguan
sweetheart. National guardsm'n
dispersed crowds attracted by the
demonstration, and stopped anti-
Hitler speeches. Handbills were
emulated throughout the city
calling upon citizens to refrain
from patronizing Nazi-owned es-j
tablishments.
ZISSEN'S
of
Akron, Ohio
are now located at
PAPA JOE'S
1749 N. Miami Avenue
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JULY 14. 1939

THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
HOME CAMP
SUB JUNIOR DIVISION
Writers and poets have said|
many things about the faces of;
smiling children. There is noth-
tag more precious in this world
than the smile of a happy child.
Thank God, the Y. M. H. A. can [
now boast that it is doing its,
part to make children smile and
be "happy.
Little did we dream, 6 months
ago, when the first talk of 8
Home Camp started, that we!
would attain the great measure |
of success that the Camp hafs
reached today. The enrollment is
greater than we anticipated. We
have more projects, more activi-
ties, than we had originally plan-
ned. We have been compelled to,
add teachers to our staff to take
care of the large attendance-
Readers of the Floridian, you
can make a child happy by send-
ing him to the Camp. There are
many children in this neighbor-
hood who cannot afford the tui-
tion of the Camp. And, while we
will admit any child, irrespective
of whether he can pay or not, we
appeal to public spirited citizens
to help us along. There are many
children who need fresh air, sun-
shine, and good foodwe can
give them all. $200 will pay the I
tuition of a child for one week in
Camp There are many under-
privileged children who need this
Camp. Will you create a schol- (
arship for a few weeks and make
Dramatics is the project that
this group has undertaken for
the summer. Under the able
leadership of Mrs. Bea Lock this j
group, which has organized the
Y. M. H. A. Stock Company, gave
a play at the installation meet-
ing. They are now rehearsing
several one-act plays which will
be given sometime during the
next few weeks.
---------Y---------
SENIOR DIVISION
Y. M. H. A.
The first meeting under the
new administration was held on
Wednesday, July 5th. with a
large attendance. Abe Aronovitz
was the guest speaker and his
subject was "Anti-Defamation."
After the meeting open house
was held and the members par-
ticipated in the various features
that the "Y" offers. The next
meeting will be held next Wed-
nesday evening, July 19th, at
wWch time Maydr SeweJ] will
be the guest speaker.
---------Y---------
RAMBLINGS ROUND
THE "Y"
We extend our heartiest con-
gratulations to Sam Spector upon
his opening of a new business in
Homestead.
some child happy?
Last week Mr. Matthew Band-
ler, Mr. Philip Berkowitz and Mr-
Jules Wilson created scholarships'
for under-privileged children. Will
you do likewise? Make a child
happymake him smile! ^
---------Y---------
NEW MEMBERS OF THE
HOME CAMP
We welcome Jack Apte to the
"Bachelor's Club. This is a se-
cret organization and you must
be a "Bachelor" in good standing
to enter.
Stanley Bulbin. Albert Kahn.
Allan Kuhsen. Marshall Pepper,
Richard Pallot. Howard Rosen-
thai, Robert Shapiro. Sybil Cowen
---------Y---------
SENIOR DIVISION
Y. W. H. A.
Ask Leon Lieberman how it
feels to be called "Uncle Leon.
---------Y---------
BOWLING NEWS
This organization is increasing
its membership daily. Through
the efforts of Mrs. Sidney Step-
kin, presidtmt; and Mrs. Nat
Blumberg, chairman of the Board
the women have been cooperating
with the senior division in the
Horn? Camp project. Mrs. Leon
Lieberman has done marvelous
work in planning the meals for
the Camp.
---------Y---------
JUNIOR DIVISION
A new cultural and social pro-
gram has been inaugurated by
this division. On Monday night,
July 10th, a public forum was
held on the question: "Should
Refugees be Admitted into this
Country?" Many participated in
this discussion. These programs
will be held from time to time.
At the next meeting of this di-
vision on July 17th, there will be
a Spelling Bee.
Ethel Mintzer was selected to
represent the "Y" as mascot at
the Jewish War Veterans Mili-
tary Ball to be held on August!
29th. All members are very en-
thusiastic and are supporting
Ethel. We urge all "Y" members
when purchasing tickets for the
War Veterans Dance to vote for
Ethel.
Y. M. H. A. duckpin league
starting Thursday July 20th to
Thursday October 5th, 1939 (two
weeksManager, Jack Apte;
coach, Teddy Goldstein.
Team 1.Marty Milstein, cap-
tain; Sam Seitlin. Ralph Gross-
man. Abe Silver. Jules Wilson.
Team 2.Abe Berkowitz, cap.
tain; Hal Levinson. Paul Barnett,
Walter Mackauff, Abe Weiner,
Mac Marx.
Team 3.Al Berkowitz, cap-
tain; Leo Lipowsky, Lew Seit-
lin, Dean Schwartz, Mickey Lubel,
Dr. Sam Beckman.
Team 4.Harry Schwartz, cap-
tain; Morris Wroobel, Jack Apte,
Herman Waitsman, Nat Blum-
berg. Dave Rosenthal.
Games will be played each and
every Thursday at 8:00 P. M. at
the Miami Recreation Alley, 301
South Miami Avenue- All bowl-
ing enthusiasts are welcome to
attend these matches.
Many valuable prizes will be
awarded. Schedule for Thursday,
July 20th: Team 1 vs. Team 2,
and Team 3 vs. Team 4.
Come out and cheer for your
favorites.
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Strictly Confidential
(Continued from Page Three)
the lowdown on spy activities in
this country ask your neighbor-
hood movie manager to run the
short called "While Am 'ilea
Sleeps." .... One of the chief
spies depicted in the film look*
like a twin brother of Fritz Kuhn.
. To your list of odd occupa-
tions add that of Alexander Ros
< nfeld of Hollywood, whose job
it is to paint pictures that don't
resemble anybody, for use ii
movie scenes that call for por-
traits ... It seems that if pic-
tures of any real person are u-nl
he or his relatives often kick
and even sue th' film companies.
THIS AND THAT
The refugee show "From Vi-
enna," now running in New York
is not only an artistic success
but actually makes a handsome
profit every week. Lazlo
Schwaroz, the famous globe-trot-
ting Hungarian caricaturist, is
planning a humorous paperin
English, but intended to circu-
late in other countries alsoen-
titled "The Jew Laughs".....
Which reminds us that a book
called "Why Germany Cannot
Win the War" was recently pub-
lished in Budapest, and overnight
became Hungary's best seller. .
It is rath.'r doubtful now whether
the Habimah ensemble will come
to the U. S. this year for its an-
nounced tour. Greatest news-
paper scoop of recent years is
Life Magazine's series of photos
of Nijinsky. the famous Russian
ballet dancer, now an inmate of
a Swiss insane asylum. The
Life camera man actually got
Nijinsky to dancesomething he
hadn't done in the last twenty
years. "Europe's Conscience
in Decline" is the name of a
book of essays published by Rab-
bi Charles E. Shulman of Glen-
coe, 111. ... An excellent idea
was that Fourth of July program
at the Manhattan Beach amphi-
theatre presented by the Flat-
bush Council Against Intolerance.
.... 2(1,000 bathers gathered
there to listen to addresses by
Fannie Hurst, Magistrate Mat-
thew J. Troy, the Rev. Alfrel W.
Price of St. Philip's Church, the
Rev. William C. Kernan ofTrin-
ity Church of Bayonne, N. J and
Major Thomas E. Soone, chair-
man of the Council of U. S. War
Veterans. .
ABOUT PEOPLE
Thomas E. Dewey will shortly
announce his candidacy for Pres-
THE ?n. ZpeoHcLa.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
S9S6 Indian rreek Drive6-1265 630 N'. E. 31st St.2-9546
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both of the Rabbis will b In the Temple every morning.
You may co.isult with them >" matters concerning the Jewis commu-
nity, or you- pe:tonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in
strict confidence.
CONGREGATIONAL *
*
"Do nit withdraw thyself from
the congregation"Hillel
Friday evening services wiH
be held at 8:15 p. m-, with Rabbi
Jacob H. Kaplan in charge
the services.
idential nomination in HMO. .
The high moguls of the Republi-
can Party feel that Dewey's rec-
ord on tolerance is the only one
that can stand up against F. D.
R.'a Sam Leibowitz, ace crim-
inal lawyer, is hoping to get the
Brooklyn D. A. nomination this
fall. ... He believes that his ex-
perience as defense counsel will
make him a most efficient prose-
cutor. It's in the office of
Judge Julian W. Mack that
Franklin D. Roosevelt. Jr.. is
serving his law clerkship.....
So successful have Dr. Jekuthiel
Ginsburg's '"Scripts Mathema-
tics" publications proved that
t w o pamphlets, by Professor
David E. Smith and Cassius J.
Keyser, hive had to be reissued
in a second ,'dition. Remem-
ber the name of Morris Bron'-
berg He is the Palestini r
motorcycle champion, now in th -
country to arrange for a s>>
flight from New York to Tel
Aviv. Bromberg has a Cana.
dian flying license and is a bril-
liant aeronautical engineer. .
While Dr. Israel Goldstein will
be a General Zionist delegate a'.
tii World Zionist Congress, Mr-.
Goldstein will represent the Peal.'
Zion at the Geneva conclace next
month. .

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