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The Jewish Floridian ( July 28, 1939 )

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wJewiislh Floiridliiai in \% COMBINING Title JheWttSlh HJinMty 3AJL QSUXAJJL VJjiaJkSLy /# VOL. 12.-NO. 29. MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE 10 DtSGUSS REFUGEE PROBLEM 100,000 EMIGRATE FROM AUSTRIA SINCE ANSCHLUSS BRITAIN TO PRESS LEAGUE FOR WHITE PAPER APPROVAL don, (WNS) — Echoing ,t Roosevelta hope that eat human problem of refuwould ho solved by the Invi rnraental Refugee ComMyron O Taylor. Americe-chairman of the comitee, extended to the represenof thirty-two nations. here at th" one time, and second to bring to the compatriots of the refugeen sense of responsibility for their financial condition.'' Mr. Taylor said that the blame for the "vicious circle" of population pressure, followed by an "explosion" in which human beings were the hapless vi:tims, finding doors closed agi.mst them verywhere, could not be attached to any one country or group, "but must be attributed to fundamental economic and social causes. He said that the peoples and pcvermnints of the world were faced with an urgent problem not 70 to Africa and 1.498 to Australia. Meanwhile Nazi authorities were carry ng out an order to separate ,lew ; sh and "aryan" tenants. Jewish families have been told that they must move from "aryan" houses during July and August. Because the number of applicants exceeds the number of available flats, several families in many instances, must shart one flat. POLAND TO OUST 'STATELESS' JEWS Warsaw. (WNS)—Foreign awl "stateless" Jews in the Reich have until August 20 to liquidate their holdings and leave the country. according to Iskra. Polish news agency, which reported that Polish Jews in Germany will Tie aided by a special committee formed in Berlin, with the perm ssion of Nazi authorities, to hasten complete liquidation 1 of their interests. Instructions were issued to police by the Ministry of Trade to stop unlicensed street trading. More than 4,000 Jewish house-to house peddlers in Warsaw will be affected by the ruling since only 720 of the 5,000 Jewi'sh peddlers have succeded in obtaining licenses from the Ministry of Trade. Hungary Considers Population Exchange Budapest, (WNS)—A plan for the partial exchange of populations between Hungary and the United States to solve this country's "Jewish problem* was reported to be under consideration by the government. The official newspaper Hetfo said the Foreign Ministry would sound out the United States. Jewish leaders here have estimated that 400.000 of their number will be forced to emigrate soon. The newspaper said the plan called for Hungarian Jews to foot the bill for exchange. (According to official U. S. immigration figures the quotas for Hungarian immigration are filled four years in advance.) London. (WNS-Palcor Agency) For more than seven hours last Thursday the House of Commons resounded with vigorous denunciations of the British Govern ment's policy o n Palest ne. during a debate in which strong demands were made upon the Government; from Conservative. I.abor and Liberal benches for a withdrawal of the recent decree fir the suspension of Jewish immigration for the six months beginning Oc-' tobcr 1st and for a modification of the policy of the White Paper in order to guarantee the future development of th-.' Jewish National Home, either under the existing Mandate or as a Jewish state within the framework of a federated plan. As the debate drew to a close •it 11:00 o'clock P. M., it was evi dent that the Government had shaped a program of action designed to push through approval of the White Paper by the Council of the league of Nations, over the heads of the majority of the Mandates Commission who have | already indicated their opposition to the new policyHeretofore a decision by the Mandates Cornmiss on was considered to be tan tamount to a decision of the %  League Council, since all reports ; of the commission have without exception received the approval of the Council. It was intimated that it was the Government's plan to exert pressure on the Council to reverse the Mandates Comm ssion report. The Government was charged with withholding the deta'll of the minutes of the Mandates Commission. presumably ', because the report was known to be unfavorable. On one occasion during the debate, Malcolm MacDonald. Colonial Secretary, was accused of an ti-Semitism as he counseled the I Jews to be grateful for Brita n's 1 friendship. When Tom Williams asked the Colonial Secretary what he would do if he were a Jew in Germany, Mr. MacDonald replied that if he were a Jew he would try to escape, but that if he were an Arab he woul dpassfbriately oppose Jewish immigrat on. Ten speeches were delivered against the Government's policy, five of which were addresses by Government supporters, and only four members defended the Government's position. Ri ports reaching Jerusalem from every section of the country indicated perfect discipline and unity, with but minor exceptions, as the Jews observed th^stay at home ~trike carried out in plete obedienct to thv Vaad '• r mi's instructions. Solitary incidents occurred i" Tel Aviv and I' tach Tikvah where groups of Revisionists attempted to parade the %  they wen' immediately ted home by the volunteer Jewish civil guards, mi of whom was injured in Tel Aviv by -' BRITISH SOLDIER KILLED BY ARAB BRIGANDS Jerusalem. (WNS-Palcor Agency)—One British soldier was killed and four others wounded when a military patrol clashed with Arab brigands between Hebron and Beer Sheba. It is believed that the brigands suffered several casualties in the encounter. RADIO PRIEST REFUSES TO HEAR REPLY Discipline Marks Jewry's Protest Against Immigration Ban Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agen cy)—A curfew far more effective than any ever imposed by the Palestine Government was self-imposed and observed by the Jewish community of Palestine as it protested through the stoppage of work against Colonial Secretary Malcolm MacDonald's ban on immigration for the six months beginning October 1st. New York, (WNS)—In a telegram to the Mutual Broadcasting System. the Rev. Charles E. Coughlin declined "with regret" an offer made by Elliott Roosevelt to reply to charges made by the President's son that Coughlin was an anti-Semite and a "composer of stories." The "radio priist" declared his reply to Roosevelt would be read by the Rev. E. L Curran of Brooklyn on his regular Sunday hour. Terrorists Attack New Settlements Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agency)—Beitafa, the fiftieth settlement to be established since the beginning of the disturbances, was the target of a heavy barrage of fire from Arab terrorists. The new settlement, founded on July 12th in the southernmost region of Jewish colonizing endeavor, was subjected to sniping for several hours but vailantly repulsed the attack. I^ater several Arab villagers were killed by the premature explosion of a land mine in the vicinity which had obviously been laid for the Jewish settlers. The thirteenth colony to erect its stockade and watchtower since the issuance of the White Paper, Be'tafa has been harrassed by the authorities who do not look with favor upon the new Southern frontkr which this new point of settlement established for Jewish pioneering.



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1939 VACATIONING IN HENDERSONVII.LE Mrs. Philip Berkowitz and son Donald left Tuesday for Hendersonville. North Carolina, where they will remain for the summer. • • • RETURNS TO CITY Mr. Louis Zientz returned to Miami after spending: several weeks in New York where he visited with relatives and friends. • • TO SPEND VACATION IN TEXAS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kovner left the city aboard the Seriiinole for Galveston, Texas, to visit with their children, Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Bohys and grandson Allan at Corpus Christi. They will return to the city in the fall. • • • MARRIAGE NUPTIALS TO BE PERFORMED The marriage of Miss Freda Stein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Stein of Washington, D. C. to Herman M. Brenner, son of CE RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor ^^^^m^^V^^. LEAVE FOR TRIP Mrs. S. H. Lutsky and Mrs. I.. Miller will leave Tuesday by train for Sharon Springs, New York, where they will remain for a month. Enroute back they will visit the New York World's Fair. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF SON Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind announce the birth of a baby son Saturday, July 22nd at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. Both mother and baby are doing fineThe Bris Milah will be held Saturday. July 29th at 3:00 P. M. at the hospital with Rev. Josef Mr. ami Mrs. Joseph Brenner of, Ma|ek officiating. Brooklyn, N. Y., and Miami, will' • take place Sundav afternoon,! July 30th at 1:00 P. M.. at the 1 Y. MEETING TO FEATURE Colony Hotel. Miami Beach. RabI'ISTOL EXH bi Abraham A. Kellner will officiateMany out-of-town guests V. the I • At the regular meeting of the Young Men's Hebrew Association Will be present. The ceremony Wednesday evening, August 2nd at 8:30 P. M.. the Miami Police Pistol Team will be featured in an exhibition. The Miami team is will be followed by a reception. The couple will leave for a honeymoon trip to the Bahamas after MISS ADEI.E SE6ALL Candidate for Queen of the Jewish War Veteran's Military Ball which will be held during the National Convention in August, is representing B B'rith. Miami Zionist Disl which they will return to Miami | rated second best in the United, ^^ ^ to reside where Mr. Brenner is; States. Director Dan Reynold. ^ ^ ( connected with the Miami Bottled Safety Commissioner will acco.nGas. Inc. • BR1 DC, E PARTY HELD Another in the series of bridge pany the team. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend• • • A. Z. A. CHAPTER and mah jong parties sponsored ^Q CELEBRATE by the Miami Chapter of the WoThe We8t p alm Beach chapter men's Division of the American | of A z A Junior B nai B rilhi Jewish Congress will be held Wednesday afternoon, August 2nd at 2:00 P. M.. at the Colonial Hotel. 719 First Street, Miami BeachMrs. Rose Jamison will be hostess. All members and friends are urged to attend as the proceeds will go towards helping the American Jewish Congress Refugee housesWednesday, July 19th at the Drake Hotel Mrs. Irene Lcfkoe was hostess at one of the series of parties held by this Division. Refreshments were served and all card games played. gation. SUCCUMBS TO LONG ILLNESS Wolf Cohen. TO. retin I n ant, of 1521 SW. Fifth Str< succumbed to a long: illness in a hospital Monday. He came Miami ten yearago from Phila will celebrate the award of a perdelphia where he was a membc r manent charter September 4th ( 0 f the B'nai B'rith Lodge there and 5th at which time a program j He is survived by the widow Mrs. of dances, banquets, tournaments j Lena Cohen .four sons. Joe. Ilarand entertainment will be providr y, Saul and Samuel, all of Mied for those attending. All A. ami Beach; and three daughters, Z. A. chapters in the state have Mrs. Anna M.nk, Mrs. Reba been invited to attendThe RoyBrown of Miami Beach, and Mrs. al Palm Chapter A. Z. A., Miami L. U. Reichlin of Philadelphia. Beach, will send its entire chapFuneral services were conductRABBI TO BE HEARD The Jewish Chautauqua Society will present as their representa, duced him to the great Jewish tive Rabbi Eugene Blachschleger. writers and thinkers of the Goiter. • • • SPINOZA GROUP CONTINUES "The Jewish Influences, on Spin oza can hardly be over emphasized." Dr. Wolfson told his Group last Saturday afternoon. "It was Manasseh ben Israel who irttro of Montgomery, Alabama, at the Vesper Services to be held at the University of Florida. Gainesville, Sunday, August 6th at 6:30 P. M. Rabbi Blachschleger will speak on "Jews in the Making of America." This is the second time the Jewish Chautauqua Society has presented a speaker at this institution, Dr. Edward Calisch, of Richmond, having appeared there for three successive days during the winter of 1938. den Age in Spain. The dialetical i igora of the Talmud developed in him a mental acuteness and helped him elaborate a logical method that cut as sharp as a scalpel." Next Saturday afternoon the Spinoza Group will meet as usual on the lawn, at 1059 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Dr. Wolfson will give the eleventh lecture in the series. The topic: "Clara Marie Van den Enden" All are welcome. ed by Rabbi Max Shapiro Interment took place in the Woodlawn Park Cemetery. AX YOUR SERVICE Lincoln Service Station Lincoln and Alton Roads Miami Beach SAMUEL WEISS, Proprietor A ONE STOP SERVICE STATION FEATURING CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS GAS — OIL — GREASES — WASHING — POLISHING GREASING — BATTERIES — TIRES WE SPECIALIZE IN SIMONIZING (BY ELECTRICITY) i GUARANTEED RESULTS—MINOR REPAIRS FOR ROAD SERVICE PHONE 5-9114 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER VACATIONS IN NORTH Mrs. Henry Seitlin left Thuradaj morning for Hot Springs, Arkansas, where -he will remain f or five weeks visit ng relatives and friends • • • LEAVES FOR W VSHINGTON Mr. Sidney I.. Segall, prominent local attorney, ami Mr. M .1. Flowers left Tuesday by train for Washington, D C, on a l"' s trip. They will return to the citj Saturday. THROUGH \\ ERROR Through a grave inadvertance on the part of the typist for Beth David Congn gation it was menI oned that their memberand friends purchase tickets for the Grand Militarj Ball of the Jewish War Veterans and cast their either for the candidate B'l ai B'rith. Miss S gall, 01 for the candidate sponsored by the Y. M II. A., Miss Ethel Mintrer. The wishes I the inadw rtance and state officially that at a recent I mgregation and i meeting of the Sister:, resolution was unanimously pa d which reads: "Whereas Beth David Congrega tion in< %  spot Boring a candidate for Queen of the Jewish War V MilMilitary Ball, we therefore endorse and call upon all our members and friends to vote for the candidate sponsored by B'nai B'rith. Miss AM. Segall, a teacher of our Sunday School for the past seven yearand the daughf a prominent member of lone; standing in the CongregaThe Congregation asks our members and friends to note this members and friendh to note this corr' tion and to, please, patron iie this Military Ball of th-' Jew ish War Veteranand aid in the election of Miss Adele Segall as Queen f the Convention, MIAMI BEACH A. Z. A. MEETS At the last meeting of Royal Palm Chapter of A. Z Miami Beach, Mrs. Rose W well known welfare worker, the guest speaker. Following program refreshments were edThe next meeting of Chapter will be held Monda; ening at the Beth Jacob S gogue when Arthur Weis-. .. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weihe formally initiated into Chapter. RETURNS PROM VISIT Mr. Milton A. Friedman. | Inent local attorney, retort) Miami after a five weeks -• tlie North during which tin.. visited Congress, the \ ;1 B'nai B'rith and A. Z. A quarters in Washington. 0 • attended the international • :ivention of A. Z. A., at Port \ is. N. Y.. of which he ;s N al Deputy of Florida; visit. atives and friends in New Y %  '* and visited the World's Fa • • • TO APPEAR IN RECITAL Mr. Leonard Rose, son and Mrs. Harry Rose of 402 S W l.'ith Avenue will appear In recital sponsored by the 1 sity of Miami Conservator) of Music at the Women's Club, Miami. Wednesday August 8:30 P. M. The public is to attend. Mr. Rose is visiting in with his bride. Minna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K pioneer Jewish family of Mil wan kee, Wisconsin. Mrand %  %  Rose, both of whom are ates of the Curtis Institu: f Music in Philadelphia, wc l ::tly married in New Ybrl During the past year Mr. R has been a member of the N B. C Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Arturo Toscan has been heard frequently IS featured artist over the N B. C network. For the season IS I0i Mr. Rose has the distinct' being appointed first solo cellist of the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra of which Dr. Artir xinski is the director. Mr. Rose will be heard • Station WIOD Monday •* 10:00 o'clock. J \otv available for your vacation SKY HIGH in the WHITE MOUNTAINS Pikt, H Hampshire Enter the luxury and leisure designed lor a distinguished few. 3,500 acres ol wondrous forest beauty, lour sparkling lakes; private goU course on the grounds: SO miles ol tiding and hiking trails; lennis, boating, bathing, lishing, all sports. 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FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wJewisti Florid fan PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor I FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act oZ March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year Sia Months $2.00 $1.00 the Young Judca Club have all indorsed B'nai Ii'rith's candidate. B The Program Committee for the Jewish War Veterans Ball has announced that a "name" orchestra will be brought to Miami for the ocasion. This will be an added inducement to Bui B'ritha secure their tickets for the dance and at the same time to support our candidate. B Our candidate MUST secure the h gheat number of vote* BO that we can uphold the prestige <>f the Order. Tickets can be secured from your writer or cochairman Harold Turk. At the present writing Adele is in the lead and B'nai B'rith must cooperate to see that she stays there! B FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1939 VOLUME 12— NUMBER 29 This entire column is devoted to Jewiah War Veteran activities because the proposed convention has grown so large in scope that it is a community affair. Its success or failure will reflect upon the community. In recognition of that fact, all organizations are cooperation with J. W. V.. in the raising of funds for the convention, B'nai B'rith's ever active memb rship chairman, M a t ty Bandler, is personally conducting a huge celebration under the joint — — sponsorship of th • Harvey Seeds Democracy, has submitted to the State Department the names p os t 0 f the American Legion, the of seven persons, including the Rev. Charles E. Coughlin, who Miami Elks Lodge. Knights of are disseminating Nazi propaganda 'sponsored by and emanat' Columbus and B'nai B'rith This „ „ ,, program is to no h-Id at nay ing from official sources in Germany. ,, nin| park ,„.. Thlirs( aVi AugU8 The State Department's request for the list of names was s In recogn j t ion of Matty Bandmade in response to a letter from Dr. Birkhead attacking the i,. r 's tremendous success as chairFREE SPEECH Dr. L. M. Birkhead. national director of the Friends of Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) FOREIGN FIELDS New that the headlines are screaming out the stories of the discovery of Nazi espionage in France and of the guidance of "a foreign power'' in the so-called "Irish' bombings in London, may we mention that we told you so long ago? .... The forthcoming Herschel Grynszpan trial in Paris will have a tragically ludicrous angle. The Nazis will try to prove thai Polish Jews are better treated in the Reich than in Poland. That 50-year-old steamer "Dora'' which left the Netherlands with 500 refugees—destination unknown—last week bids fair to become another St. Louis case unless Britain opens the gates of Palestine. British Jews are growing worried over the increase in anti-Semitism in their country, and tend to heed the warning sounded by some Parliamentary circles that any appreciable addition to the Jewish population would strengthen the hand of the anti-Semitic agitators WARCASTS fluGerman army which is pulling againsi war in Tin generals know what's what, mul the Axis powIt's Reich. ITS couldn't possibly win. i liing againsi what, ver nwav with in Eastern But of course they haven t a peaceful penetration" Hitler can p*1 Europe ami the Balkans. Good German Government for sponsoring a campaign here assailing our traditions of liberty and democracy, attacking our public officials, including President Roosevelt and which "constitutes a continuous act of unfriendliness to the people of our country." He demanded, further, that appropriate representations be made to the German Ambassador against the continued dissemination of such propaganda. Further attention was drawn to the Coughlin menace when — August 3—Bay Front Park. complete program of entertainment; August 29 at the Civic Onter, Grand Military Ball of Mayor LaGuanSa, commenting on an article and editorial in | j ew |gi, War Veterans, with Adele the current issue of The Nationwhich described the growing Segall as Queen of the Ball! ........ %  .*..1} news for delegates to the Zionist Congress at Geneva is ;i confidential llOte We've receive.1 from Pierre Van Passed. now abroad, to the effect thai there'll he no war this year. Tho most pessimistic of the other experts prognosticate that there won't he a war until Kail al the earliest Vn interesting sidelight is provided hv the fact thai financial circles are hintcommittee ne Deserves ami win, • .,,••••„ secure the wholehearted support ing thai general disarmament would result in serums econoof all the members of the Lodge. m ic dislocations" thai would necessitate "broad market readB | juslments ... In plain English, high finance, while not unRemember the dates and places man of B'nai B'rith membership committee he deserves and will derstanding the advantage in the offing f peace, doesn't mind war clouds Coughlinite and Christian Front terror, said that although the right to free speech must be upheld, '' inciting to riot and creating racial and religious hatred does not come within the guarantee of freedom of speech." Thus the government is met with the paradoxical situation wherein the right of free speech must be guaranteed to all, while at the same time, it is being demanded that the voices of certain individuals be suppressed. Those personal liberties, expressed in the Bill of Rights of our Constitution, unquestionably must be respected as the very Dew Editor: foundation upon which is built the great structure of American democracy. Yet the focal point of our entire system of government is that it serve for the greater good of all. When individuals, or groups, abuse that freedom of expression -BB'nai B'rith continues its derhip! leaJEWS ABROAD Did you know that since the issuance of the last British White Paper twelve new Jewish settlements have been established in Palestine? .... Arab national leaders, who are turn ing to Hitler for aid in their campaign for "more room"—by which they mean the complete stoppage of Jewish immigration = to Palestine—are liable to find that their new ally is planning \M ttPVltf f FTTFR i to use Arab territory to provide "more room" for himself. AN A story is going the rounds about an American news photoJuly 2:.. 1989 = grapher. a non-Aryan, who was given an assignment in Rome. Due to the new laws in the Musso-bound land the cam era man was arrested a number of times, his non-Aryamsm beWith amazement I read in the y obvious A nd was released when he showed the B'nai B'rith column in the Jewish ; %  ^ flf himgelf taken with F. D. R. not long Ploridian of July 21st. the criti-|j cism of the A. Z. A. { M an) Rea( h ^.^^ |Q |H vi ,. e |m s jdene.v of the National Association ol The Nation so aptly put it. democracies can put up with oc( haVi Bgwd t( sup|10 ,., B'nai Womm [ iBW vers \n.| to Reuben Brainin. dean oi Hebrew casional crackpots but-'-When a group sets out to cultivate B 'rith in the election of a Queen ^ ^ :|( ||j( v< m „ llIs „,his two g r „ndsons-in-law. a state of war in the streets of our cities and to inflame the -£.^the M ^ ^ ^ ^ ; ,,, police against a whole racial section of the population, tne ^ ^^ cand idate of another Montreal a couple of yea,ago. has received Ins Ph. V. time has come to bring that group to its senses or strip it ot orKanUation therefore wonder ,.|„. ln u,.-v n 1 the Imperial College of London. every last vestige of power. ________ I if h '' is ftware "[ lh f* Ct h: %  t he game man who is in charge dj.late to represent the Order inland supervises th.. affairs of the ===== „„, conll „ foI ,.,ection of a .Royal Palm Chapter a. Miami yueen of the Grand Military Ball "-" *" B'NAI B'RITH T TIPS (BY BURNETT BOTH) (Substituting fur Sidney Seftall) being sponsored by the Jewish War Veterans during their National Convention next month. -BMiss Adele Segall has been selected by B'nai B'rith to act as its representative in the contest. Miss Segall, a beautiful, charming and gracious young woman, is an active worker in the community and her hundreds of friends are all actively working to secure her election. She is the daughter of Of foremost interest to the enMr a () Mrs p n ||j p Segall. The tire Jewish community is the se( Betn D av id, Zionist Organization, lection by B'nai B'rith of a canthe AZ. A. of Miami Beach, and and supervises the affairs of th;A. Z. A. Miami Chapter. Since there was a so-called division under the guidance of the same man. with his consent, there surely must have been a good reason for do ng so. In my opinion, it is a trifling matter to raise an argument when we have problems to take care of that are much greater and wore important than the selection of a Queen candidate for a certain ball. However it 18 my duty to answer the charges and to defend the Chanter for its action. On July 11th A. Z. A Cham(Continued on Page Bight) i-iii-iiii.-ti %  ,. *. ...., will shortlv dcparl for a post in Iran, no less \nd wen Shectcr. husband of Amita Brainin Sehuller, has been admit „.,, ,„ ,,„. |, ; „, .„„| will now begin to practise law in Montreal. FAIR AFFAIRS It's said that Governor Lehman likes Billy Rose's World's Fair Aquacade show so much that he saw it three times. But, as far as we know, he hasn't yet found time to visit the Palestine Pavilion even once T he Roumanian and PoJish Commksioners-General to the Fair are very sympathetic to the Palestine Pavilion and interested in its success. Both have visited the Eretz Israel exhibit several times. That handsome, distinguished-looking doorman at the Palestine Pavilion is a former German movie star and scenario writer Non-Aryanism is the reason for his change of occupation. Next week you'll b<> able to purchase, at your favorite bookshop, Elias Newman's beautiful little volume on "Art in Pal(Continued on Pa?e Four) I =



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FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN B AGE FIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi— 497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 A__ PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR Daily services at 7:00 am., and 5:3( p. m. Sabbath Services — Saturday morning at 8:80. Junior Congregation Services— Saturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—9:00 a. m.. to 12:00. White House To Discuss Problem (Continued from Page One) Committee on Refugees found prospects promising enough for 29,000 families. On the island of Mindanao, in the Philippines, a similar committee found room for 10,000 refugees in areas suitable for agriculture or industrial developmentA report of Dutch Guiana is due shortly and the French government has approved an : nvestigatior of conditions in New Caledonia, an island off the .•ast coast of Australia. meeting at the White House in September. It was further indicated that the delegate would be named only to give all .desired information to the delegates. Germany is not a member of th'' Intergovernmental Committee. RABBI JUDAH I. GOLDIN Who lias been appointed associate director of the B'nai 1 B'ritli llilli'l Foundation at the University of Illinois, oiliest of the \2 Jewish sill-. ilem centers maintained at American colleges by B'nai B'rith. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION j Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach ( MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 61'" Mi -I: .i A \ e>nU6 'lMlnhe 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor THI Michigan Avenuej 'I'liiuie S-2013 —•+ SYNAGOGUE SERVICES PIDYON SHVUIM "Sweepstakes tickets," dollar membership tickets to the Y, Foundation, which offer five hundred prizes, the first a $10,000 Friday nightj 8:80 Saturday prize, are being sold at our syr.amorning; 6:30 Saturday afternoon. I gogue. Proceeds are allocated to Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on take Yeshiva faculties and Da ly services at 8:00 A. M.: 0:46 P. M. and 7:28 P. M. Sabbath services: 6:45 p. M. "The Portion of the Shalosh S'IIIKIIISS. Week at This Sabbath is known as "Shabbos Nachmu," the Sabbath of Consolation. RADIO HOUR Reich Examinees Trust Foundation Rabbi Mescheloff will speak over radio station WIOD this Sunday afternoon at 3:00 P. M., On the theme: "Ix>ok;ne Up." Cantor Mamches will sing a number of melodies. We hope you will listen in. Establish Foundation To Finance Exodus Tr.e establishment of an international foundation to negotiate with the German government for an >/ /o JACKSONVILLCJ LARGEST o-o FINEST HOTEL J\ -rf># 300 Room Mrs. Louis Nelson and daughter Ethel, have left for New York where they will join Miss Eva Nelson. 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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDlaN NEWS FROM %  J. W, V, Convention Headquarters NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT TO BE HELD HERE AUGUST 28th THROUGH SEPTEMBER 4th CONTEST FOR QUEEN OF MILITARY BABL CONDUCTED BY J. W. V. OF U. S. The contest started a week ago, and th? following candidates have b.-en nominated by their individual sponsors. At the end of the first week the contestants and the : r standings are as follows: Miss Adele Segall of 631 N. E. 57th Str.'et, nominated by B'nai B'r.th. Greater Miami Zionist District. Young Judea, Miami Beach A. Z. A. and Beth David Fair or to Cuba; second prize, a set of airplane luggage; and the third prize awarded will be an outfit of wearing apparelThe four runn?rs-up to the Queen will act as lad;es-in-waiting during the activities of the Convention. There is spirited competition in this contest.--aml as it gets older th.> race should get excitable. CONVENTION SCHEDULE IS ANNOUNCED V HOW THEY STAND ADELE SEGALL 6.400 BELLE TANNEN 2,300 ETHEL MINTZER 1,600 WATCH THIS SPACE FOR LATEST RESULTS The Forty-Fourth Annual Encampment of the Jewish War Veterans of the Un ted States will 1"' held in Miami August 28th thru September 3rd at the Columbui Hotel and is expected to draw more than 10.000 Jewish War Veterans. Mr. David L Nair of New Britain, Connecticut, chairman of the National Convention Committee, has been visiting in Miami for a week completing ar ransrements for the Convention. The Convention sessions will be formally opened Monday morning August 2Sth and delegates and their friends are expected to arrive Friday. August "25th. The first off cial convention function will be held Sunday night, August 27th when the local Y. M. II A will lie host to the visiting Vet erans at an informal open house. Monday evening, August 28th, the Veterans will hold memorial services for their war dead at Temple Israel, following which the Veterans will be guests of the M;ami American Legion Home; Tuesday night at the Miami Civic (enter a Military Ball will be Miss HARRIETTE TOBIN Candidate for Queen of the Military Ball to be given by the .I. wish War Veterans at 'he National Convention which w 11 be held here in August, is being sponsored by the Beth Jacob %  • gation and the Miami Chapti r <>f the American J< ish Congress, Miss T b n the daughter "f Mr. ai d Mrs. A J. Tobin of Miam Bi FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1939 Dartmouth College will Dr. Andrew JScarlett, profe of chem stry at Dartmou' hire, who will speak on Plastic Age." Saturday evening In Tai Charlie Cantor and Edna Wl will present "A Night at Fail,*' with the entire hall rated as a county fair. T: out the evening entort.i will be pr sented and all guests of the Club and I Colony will partic pate. Ir\ I', elds and his music will athe musical program wit!' Richards as musical host midnight on the Marine l> thcr %  will be a buffet sup;. dancing will follow. The Yankee Troupers, l nir at the Tarleton Clu!> f thud year will pesent "B Born," by Jan Hay. This i foiirth of their summer off and will star Charles .1 bert Whitley, Nancy Cushm ,r Jack Colbert. A riding exhibition will I in Tarleton's saucer Su mom tig ith t'ol. Harry riding master, in charge. LAKE TARLETON ACTIVITIES ARE NOW IN FULL SWING With the .lul' and in mbi held: a night parade will already in midseason ad tj am Congregation is leading with a toThere should be cooperation of:al of 6.400 votes. Miss Belle Tanfeied these contestants by all nen of 927 Fourth Street, Miami, bus ness men of Greater Miami Beach, nominated as candidate by and Miami Beach for we ar ? as the Junior Council of Jewish Wo-' sured of at least 7 000 delegates men, is second with 2,300 votes. here in Miami durin K th e dull Miss Ethel Mmtxer of 1901 S. W. !" mm *r months. Statistics given 16th Street, nominated by Y. M.! us b >' the Chamber of Commerce H. A., Dad? County Business : is that each delegate will spend Men's Association and the Tri! $100 P er day which means that Beta Sorority, is third with we ca exDect close t0 the circu 1,600 votes. Miss Rita Pearlman latlon of half a million dollars of 1557 Meridian Avenue, Miami durin th se slx days. Beach, candidate sponsored by' There wi be more news be held Wednesday and Thursday evening the Convention Banquet will take place Th.' concluding business sessions will take place Friday. September 1st when election of officers will be held. Visiting Veterans are expected to remain here over Labor Day many of Tail I retu ing the f 1st mixed foursome golf tournament will be held on the • lull's famous Donald Ross Golf Course used exclusively for Tarleton's guests Mr. Joe Shiapetta, golf pro for the past B years ii ir: charge and will set the players as an entertainment program has been them until now. so?ial off starting Wednesday each Junior Hadassah and Miss Harweek on the standing of the varriet Tobin of 910 Jefferson Ave-; lous candidates. Anyone wishing nue, Miami Beach, nominated by tickets mav eal1 whichever canBeth Jacob Congregation of Mi-' dldate he wishes to *" lve the *neami Beach and the Miami Chapter flt of the votes or bv telephonof the American Jewish Con' m 4 2581 and having the tickets gress are working consistently; sent t0 ,hem immediately. arranged for A hay-ride party will be held early Mondoy morning to Mt. Piermont with the buggies, Stage coaches and horses taking part. Arriving at the mountain top there will be refreshments and an entertainment program around the fireplace. The second week of the tennis Governor Fred P. (one of Florida and Mayor K. G, Sewell of Miami are honorary chairmen of tht National Convention. Mr. Nair. personal representative of Commander Isidor S. Worth, is being assisted by Samuel Leve of Detroit, co-chaimian of the com doub,e has br !" Knt Jack Colbert mittee; Harrv M. Wengrow of and R '" Steel f Brookline as Atlanta. National Vice Commanthl wlnn !" coming through a der of the Jewish War Veterans, t -''" up f :! !* Southern D-strict and Harrv Tht Wi,ter s P ort held at thf and by next week one of these dark horses might be the leader. Additional contestants are expected next week. Three prizes are offered in this contest. The winner will be coronated Queen, and will be given the choice of a round trip and all expanses to the New York World's Jerusalem. (WNS) — MajorGeneral Robert H. Haining, General Officer in command of British forces confirmed the 7-year prison sentence of Bernard Teitler, 26-year-old student of the He-, brew University, charged with wits, Colonel Sidney H. Palmer having explos:ons in his possession. D strict and Han y Keiles, National Transportation Chairman. J. William Baros, president of the Miami Convention Corporation, and Harry S. Schaeffer. exe. CUtive director, assisted by Matthew 8. Bandler. H. H. Fair, Donald Lavigne, Harry MarkoMarine Deck on Sunday will again include canoe tilting, water bicycl ng, swimming, diving and water hall. Thursday evening Miss Due Hastings will present her mai ette show on the Marina Deck. After the ghow then will be an informal entrtainment with Don Richards as musical host. Friday evening the weekly forum conducted by Professors from STOP IT WITH Alka-Seltzer Does Headache "slow you down?" You are a rare exception if it does not. 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TRIDAY, JULY 28, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN World Wide 'News Flashes Undon, (WNS)—Advices from Bratislava disclosed that the Slovak Justice Ministry is considering a decree aimed at depriving Jews "f a considerable part of th ir immigration capital by declaring a moratorium on debts due to Jews. It vu also learned that the Slovak Grain Merchants Associaw.ll soon take steps to eliminate approximately 40 Jewish from the Slovak grain food and water. The refugees had been detained in Beirut until I the r vessel was fumigated after being swept by an epidemic while at sea. The refugees have al-1 ready spent 3 months on water in a vain search for a land that would receive them. f ::. (WNS) — Demonstrations against the Jews in the town of I'azardjilo by members of the illegal anti-Semitic organization Ratznitzi culminated in a riot in which hoodlums broke all win" d IWJ of Jewish stores and homes. Authorities still permit th* Hakoah Jewish sports association to function but have refused to legalize the Maccabi athletic association on the grounds that its statutes are alleged to be political in character. Beirut, Syria, (WNS)— TW|D persons were seriously injured and several slightly wounded when a bomb exploded in the Jewish quarter here. Several shop fronts were wrecked by the blast believed to have been set off by terrorists. MATTHEW S. HANDLER Brussels, (WNS)—A census of foreigners is expected to he taken immediately by the governm -nt. acting on a recommendation by the Interior Minister, to ascertain the role they play in the nation's economic life and to il >t ct illegal immigrants residing in Belgium. Fun Carnival To Benefit Veterans Berln, (WNS)—Official statistics r< leased here show that crime in Germany dropped 2. r > percent in 1938 while of total convictions numbering 381.818. compared with 504,093 for 1987, about one perj cent, or 3,485, were Jews. Total convictions for degeneracy were still high—22.107 in 1938 compare.! with 28,069 in1937. The law on "protection of German blood and German honor." which forbids relations between Jews and "aryans" resulted in 434 convictions, of which 282 were of .1 ws. Kaunas. (WNS I — Vigilante Sorcler guards stopped a band of MI Memel storm troopers disguisd as mourners when they attempted to cross the border at Bajori, it was reported here. The Nazis told the guards they were Lithuanians but investigation showed the alleged mourners were storm troopers who planned to stage an anti-Semitic pogrom in the village of Kretinga. %  *,


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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JULY 28 139 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) HOME CAMP Elaborate plans are being prepared for a rally to be held by j the Campers on Tuesday evening,; August 1st at 7:00 o'clock. Entertainment consisting of several dramatic sketches and athletic feats will be held on that evening. There will also be a display l i <-• and military authorities in Haifa and Acre and surrounding territory a total of 138 Arabs were identified as terrorists belonging to organized terrorist groupsWholesale arrests followed. AN OPEN LETTER (Continued from Page Three) met in a business meeting. A representative of the Y. M. H A. together with a representative cf J. W. V., called at the assembly, and the boys were asked to support the Y. M. H. A. in the sponsorship of their Queen i-endidatc (The same evening the B'nai B'rith was about to decide whether or not to take part in the whole affair because, as I stated before to B'nai B'rith, it -s a minor issue I can say that with authority for B'nai B'rith.) The beys, eager to serve, pledged themselves to h 'lp the YM. H. A. in the elections of their Queen candidate. On the following Tuesday, July 18th. as usual, the boys of the A. Z. Amet and I invited the B. B, columnist to speak on matters pertaining to youth. The minutes were read and it was disclosed that they had pledged themselves to support th Y. i n the election of a Queei mdidat \ B B'rith 1 their mo! them to ; ind date To % %  that thej ms< at a time %  B'na B'l •!. tva not spon. a candidate and ha I in the affair. They told mi %  they had given their word of honor and pledged themselves, they could not retract their promise and pleaded that they be permitted to go through with what they had promised inasmuch as they were honor hound to th'' V. M. H. A 1 could see no reason to cause any of the boys t" suffer or to make them feel that their word meant nothing. Nor could I see any reason to make them feel that I could handle them as I pleased and make of it more or less of a political issue. I therefore advised them to go through with their promise. Hence, they felt happier and I assured them that they would not suffer any criticism from B'nai B'rith or myself. In spite of th'article written in the Floridian of July 21st, I believe that it was %  on the part of the A /. • stick to their promise -imen of honor rath'-r ack out just because or group of men wanted | vote otherwise-. Personally, I commend for their sense of honor hope B'nai B'rith at larg ha.l them. There is one thing al article that I regret tha author used the phrase. based on personality rath-: on principle." I think y using this expression he i i the candidate sponsored by I B'rith to be a target in the ment. This I sincerely reSincerely, N. ADELM STOP THAT ROOF LEAK! OUR WORK OUABANTE;. NO EXTRA COST Been al it Since Hit-—All Typ*i 3 'i No Order Too Small or -1 :• ROBBIN8 ROOFING in \ SHEET METAL WORKS 222 N. W. 2th St. Phone E THE 7H. ZF&yUoLa. FOR A COOL AND DELIGHTFUL VACATION VISIT THE HOROWITZ KOSHER INN 331 First Avenue West HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. (tanning Water in Every Room—Connecting Baths Do You Own Your Home? There never WH a better t -• than new to build one The Liberal Financing Throogt Federal Housing Administration Make* H Possible tilve me a call and I wUl i?a.f nip vou to set the beet o-Ible Information aa to Ita o'- H. SIMONS Cin ckrmin Int. Ag 1015 Seybold Bidu Phone 2-31S1 JACKSONVILLE'S LEADING HOTEL gniU aaaam. Sn> naal Intel la a* co&otT Ssr* COMFORT ma at* tub oad %  bowac, led water. rail*. tad Vaaaaoa Madi Erary bad' wtai liHiiprlB) malliMa and trading lm. Itunalag Ice wetaioanwy Boat. NMUMMCBP COCKTAIL LOUNGE and COfFEE SHOP Otter J. I. H.-4 Hoi.li liablNl— .CbHttetttt — H.trl b.5. -5o.tm..i Queen of National Military Ball Sponsored By JEWISH WAR VETERA.WR CONVENTION CORP NAME ADDRESS SPONSORED BY Signature of Sponao NOMINATION BLANK AGE. PHONE.


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 28, 1939

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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VOL. 12.-NO. 29.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1939
PRICE FIVE CENTS
WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE 10
DtSGUSS REFUGEE PROBLEM
100,000 EMIGRATE
FROM AUSTRIA
SINCE ANSCHLUSS
BRITAIN TO PRESS LEAGUE
FOR WHITE PAPER APPROVAL
don, (WNS) Echoing
,t Roosevelta hope that
eat human problem of refu-
- would ho solved by the In-
- vi rnraental Refugee Com-
Myron O Taylor. Amer-
ice-chairman of the com-
itee, extended to the represen-
of thirty-two nations.
- here at th<- closing con-
, of a two-day plenary ses-
an inv tation to attend a
day conference on refugees
White House in the we< k
i-ginning September 4th. Mr-
I taid that the President
authorised him to express
- earnest hope" that the meet-
of the committee "will result
.(instructive preparat on for
speedy alleviation of the ter-
- lie plight of those peoples whor.
we have been striving to assist."
Karlier the Intergovernmental
Committee wound up its two-day
meeting with a brief session in
the Foreign Office, when the res-
gnation of Robert T. Pell, Anur-
ican vice-director of the Commu-
te was accepted "with great if
Fret." It is reported that Theo-
dore Achilles, third secretary of
the Un ted States Embassy at
London has been selected fir ihe
I i -1.
Regarding the commitei'f ef-
forts, Mr. Taylor said it h:.d "ac-
iomplished more than for i time
i med possible to accomplish,"
.nd in two directions; "Fir-;. '"
bring to the expelling nition- a
TK-asure of international respon-
-ibility, so that the stream of
cfugees would not be t o great
at arr>" one time, and second to
bring to the compatriots of the
refugee- n sense of responsibility
for their financial condition.''
Mr. Taylor said that the blame
for the "vicious circle" of popu-
lation pressure, followed by an
"explosion" in which human be-
ings were the hapless vi:tims,
finding doors closed agi.mst them
verywhere, could not be attached
to any one country or group,
"but must be attributed to funda-
mental economic and social caus-
es. He said that the peoples and
pcvermnints of the world were
faced with an urgent problem not
which they could not ignore,
"whether they like it or not."
Since the Committee's first
meeting, a year ago, at EviSn-les-
Balns, France, Mr. Tay'or said,
the plight of refugee* had be-
come increasingly severe arH des-
perate, and greater efforts would
have to be expended to help them.
The end of the committee meet-
ing coincided with a bitter attack
upon the British government's
Palestine policy by labor mem-
bers of the House of Commons.
Malcohn MacDonald, Colonial Sec-
retary, defended the six men*h
suspension of the Jewish immi-
gration quota for Palestine, de-
claring that the scope of the Bit*
gal Jewish immigration msde it
char that an organize-i Move-
ment was under way "to break
th \ immigration law of Palestine
for the sake of breaking .'."
MacDonald appealed to Jow^ to
put a stop to the illegal immigra-
tion, 40 percent of which he es-
timated to have originated in Fo-
l.-ind and Roumania, and ther.ifor?
was not regarded by Britain as a
iiinv men! of refugees entitled to
find asylum in the Holy Land. I
II est mated that 4,000 illegal
immigrants were now at sea.
MacDonald said that if the il
legal immigration could be ch ek-
ed, Britain was anxious to r'turn
to the legal quotas, and would
not hesitate to permit the maxi-
mum entry of 10,000 Jews yearly,
as stipulated in the wh te Paper
on Palestine. He warned that j
the British Government was re-
viewing possible action in the
countries of embarkation of the
illegal immigrants, and consider-
ng "whether there is anything
more effective we can do by way
of punishment of masters and de-
tention of sTiips in order to de-
ter this traffic.
Private Jewish Sources Com-
pletely Tapped; Look to
Governments For
Refugee Aid
Officials of the committee, dis-
cussing the magnitude of its task,
estimated that 120,000 to 140.000
persons had left Germany last
year, yet only a small proportion
of the total has been settled per
manently abroad.
In Europe at the present tim?,
exclusive of greater Germany, it
was estimated that there were
160,000 German refugees. tiO.OOO
of them supported wholly or
partly by private organisations.
The financial burden has fallen
almost entirely on private orgnn-
liationa, which have raised money
chiefly from Jewish sources. It
:s estimated that the United Jew-
ish Appeal in the United States
has raised 18,000.000 of its $20.-
000.000 quota, but this drive can-
not be repeated immediately. The
committee finds that private
charity is increasing rather than
diminishing, but it must now look
to the governments for aid as
well, because increasing commit-
ments have given rise to "great
anxiety."
8urvev Reports Stress Terri-
torial Possibilities
Britain has given $20,000,000 to
aid Czech refugees, and Belgium
has undertaken to retain 3,000
refugees of a total of 15,000 now
in that country. The Netherlands
government is maintaining a
large central camp for refugees.
In Northern Rhodesia there is
room for up to 500 families over
a period of years at a cost of be-
tween $5,000 to $7,500 a family.
In the Dominican Republic the
committee which conducted a sur-
vey there under the auspices of
President Roosevelt's Advisory
(Costinued on Pare Five)
Vienna. \ WNS)Approximate-
ly 100.000 Jews have left Austria ,
legally since its annexation' by
Germany, according to official
stat sti s issued here. Of those
leaving Austria. 99,672 received
permission to leave Ostmnrk from
!) Gestapo, while hundreds of
Others were said to have migrated
without official sanction.
Destinations of some of the
emigrants, who left under th.'
auspces of the Central Office for
Jewish Emigration were: 20,677
to North America; 6321 to South
America; 2,402 to Central Amer-
ica; 'i.104 to Palestine; 7.">70 to
Africa and 1.498 to Australia.
Meanwhile Nazi authorities
were carry ng out an order to
separate ,lew;sh and "aryan" ten-
ants. Jewish families have been
told that they must move from
"aryan" houses during July and
August. Because the number of
applicants exceeds the number of
available flats, several families
in many instances, must shart
one flat.
POLAND TO OUST
'STATELESS' JEWS
Warsaw. (WNS)Foreign awl
"stateless" Jews in the Reich have
until August 20 to liquidate their
holdings and leave the country.
according to Iskra. Polish news
agency, which reported that Pol-
ish Jews in Germany will Tie
aided by a special committee
formed in Berlin, with the per-
m ssion of Nazi authorities, to
hasten complete liquidation1 of
their interests.
Instructions were issued to po-
lice by the Ministry of Trade to
stop unlicensed street trading.
More than 4,000 Jewish house-to
house peddlers in Warsaw will be
affected by the ruling since only
720 of the 5,000 Jewi'sh peddlers
have succeded in obtaining licen-
ses from the Ministry of Trade.
Hungary Considers
Population Exchange
Budapest, (WNS)A plan for
the partial exchange of popula-
tions between Hungary and the
United States to solve this coun-
try's "Jewish problem* was re-
ported to be under consideration
by the government. The official
newspaper Hetfo said the For-
eign Ministry would sound out
the United States.
Jewish leaders here have esti-
mated that 400.000 of their num-
ber will be forced to emigrate
soon. The newspaper said the
plan called for Hungarian Jews
to foot the bill for exchange.
(According to official U. S. im-
migration figures the quotas for
Hungarian immigration are filled
four years in advance.)
London. (WNS-Palcor Agency)
------For more than seven hours
last Thursday the House of Com-
mons resounded with vigorous de-
nunciations of the British Govern
ment's policy on Palest ne. during
a debate in which strong demands
were made upon the Government;
from Conservative. I.abor and
Liberal benches for a withdrawal
of the recent decree fir the sus-
pension of Jewish immigration
for the six months beginning Oc-'
tobcr 1st and for a modification
of the policy of the White Paper
in order to guarantee the future
development of th-.' Jewish Nat-
ional Home, either under the ex-
isting Mandate or as a Jewish
state within the framework of a
federated plan.
As the debate drew to a close
it 11:00 o'clock P. M., it was evi
dent that the Government had
shaped a program of action de-
signed to push through approval
of the White Paper by the Coun-
cil of the league of Nations, over
the heads of the majority of the
Mandates Commission who have
| already indicated their opposition
to the new policy- Heretofore a
decision by the Mandates Corn-
miss on was considered to be tan
tamount to a decision of the
League Council, since all reports
; of the commission have without
exception received the approval
of the Council. It was intimated
that it was the Government's plan
to exert pressure on the Council
to reverse the Mandates Comm s-
sion report. The Government
was charged with withholding the
deta'll of the minutes of the Man-
dates Commission. presumably
', because the report was known to
be unfavorable.
On one occasion during the de-
bate, Malcolm MacDonald. Colon-
ial Secretary, was accused of an
ti-Semitism as he counseled the
I Jews to be grateful for Brita n's
1 friendship. When Tom Williams
asked the Colonial Secretary what
he would do if he were a Jew in
Germany, Mr. MacDonald replied
that if he were a Jew he would
try to escape, but that if he were
an Arab he woul dpassfbriately
oppose Jewish immigrat on.
Ten speeches were delivered
against the Government's policy,
five of which were addresses by
Government supporters, and only
four members defended the Gov-
ernment's position.
Ri ports reaching Jerusalem
from every section of the country
indicated perfect discipline and
unity, with but minor exceptions,
as the Jews observed th^- stay at -
home ~trike carried out in
plete obedienct to thv Vaad r
mi's instructions.
Solitary incidents occurred i"
Tel Aviv and I' tach Tikvah
where groups of Revisionists at-
tempted to parade the
they wen' immediately ted
home by the volunteer Jewish
civil guards, mi of whom was
injured in Tel Aviv by -'
BRITISH SOLDIER KILLED
BY ARAB BRIGANDS
Jerusalem. (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)One British soldier was kil-
led and four others wounded
when a military patrol clashed
with Arab brigands between He-
bron and Beer Sheba. It is be-
lieved that the brigands suffered
several casualties in the encoun-
ter.
RADIO PRIEST REFUSES
TO HEAR REPLY
Discipline Marks Jewry's Pro-
test Against Immigration
Ban
Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agen
cy)A curfew far more effective
than any ever imposed by the Pal-
estine Government was self-im-
posed and observed by the Jewish
community of Palestine as it pro-
tested through the stoppage of
work against Colonial Secretary
Malcolm MacDonald's ban on im-
migration for the six months be-
ginning October 1st.
New York, (WNS)In a tele-
gram to the Mutual Broadcasting
System. the Rev. Charles E.
Coughlin declined "with regret"
an offer made by Elliott Roose-
velt to reply to charges made by
the President's son that Coughlin
was an anti-Semite and a "com-
poser of stories." The "radio
priist" declared his reply to
Roosevelt would be read by the
Rev. E. L Curran of Brooklyn on
his regular Sunday hour.
Terrorists Attack
New Settlements
Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)Beitafa, the fiftieth settle-
ment to be established since the
beginning of the disturbances,
was the target of a heavy bar-
rage of fire from Arab terrorists.
The new settlement, founded on
July 12th in the southernmost re-
gion of Jewish colonizing endeav-
or, was subjected to sniping for
several hours but vailantly re-
pulsed the attack. I^ater several
Arab villagers were killed by the
premature explosion of a land
mine in the vicinity which had
obviously been laid for the Jewish
settlers.
The thirteenth colony to erect
its stockade and watchtower since
the issuance of the White Paper,
Be'tafa has been harrassed by
the authorities who do not look
with favor upon the new Southern
frontkr which this new point of
settlement established for Jewish
pioneering.





PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1939
VACATIONING IN
HENDERSONVII.LE
Mrs. Philip Berkowitz and son
Donald left Tuesday for Hender-
sonville. North Carolina, where
they will remain for the summer.

RETURNS
TO CITY
Mr. Louis Zientz returned to
Miami after spending: several
weeks in New York where he vis-
ited with relatives and friends.

TO SPEND VACATION
IN TEXAS
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kovner
left the city aboard the Seriiinole
for Galveston, Texas, to visit
with their children, Dr. and Mrs.
E. E. Bohys and grandson Allan at
Corpus Christi. They will return
to the city in the fall.

MARRIAGE NUPTIALS
TO BE PERFORMED
The marriage of Miss Freda
Stein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Stein of Washington, D.
C. to Herman M. Brenner, son of
CE
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
^^^^m^^V^^.
LEAVE
FOR TRIP
Mrs. S. H. Lutsky and Mrs. I..
Miller will leave Tuesday by train
for Sharon Springs, New York,
where they will remain for a
month. Enroute back they will
visit the New York World's Fair.
ANNOUNCE BIRTH
OF SON
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind
announce the birth of a baby son
Saturday, July 22nd at the Jack-
son Memorial Hospital. Both
mother and baby are doing fine-
The Bris Milah will be held
Saturday. July 29th at 3:00 P. M.
at the hospital with Rev. Josef
Mr. ami Mrs. Joseph Brenner of, Ma|ek officiating.
Brooklyn, N. Y., and Miami, will'
take place Sundav afternoon,!
July 30th at 1:00 P. M.. at the1 Y. MEETING TO FEATURE
Colony Hotel. Miami Beach. Rab- I'ISTOL EXH
bi Abraham A. Kellner will offi-
ciate- Many out-of-town guests
V.
the
I
-
At the regular meeting of the
Young Men's Hebrew Association
Will be present. The ceremony Wednesday evening, August 2nd
' at 8:30 P. M.. the Miami Police
Pistol Team will be featured in an
exhibition. The Miami team is
will be followed by a reception.
The couple will leave for a hon-
eymoon trip to the Bahamas after
MISS ADEI.E SE6ALL
Candidate for Queen of the
Jewish War Veteran's Military
Ball which will be held
during the National Convention
in August, is representing B
B'rith. Miami Zionist Disl
which they will return to Miami | rated second best in the United, ^^ ^
to reside where Mr. Brenner is; States. Director Dan Reynold. ^ ^ (
connected with the Miami Bottled Safety Commissioner will acco.n-
Gas. Inc.
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BR1 DC, E PARTY
HELD
Another in the series of bridge
pany the team. All members and
friends are cordially invited to
attend-

A. Z. A. CHAPTER
and mah jong parties sponsored ^q CELEBRATE
by the Miami Chapter of the Wo- The We8t palm Beach chapter
men's Division of the American | of A z A Junior B.nai B-rilhi
Jewish Congress will be held
Wednesday afternoon, August 2nd
at 2:00 P. M.. at the Colonial Ho-
tel. 719 First Street, Miami
Beach- Mrs. Rose Jamison will
be hostess. All members and
friends are urged to attend as
the proceeds will go towards help-
ing the American Jewish Con-
gress Refugee houses-
Wednesday, July 19th at the
Drake Hotel Mrs. Irene Lcfkoe
was hostess at one of the series
of parties held by this Division.
Refreshments were served and all
card games played.
gation.
SUCCUMBS TO
LONG ILLNESS
Wolf Cohen. TO. retin I n
ant, of 1521 S- W. Fifth Str<
succumbed to a long: illness in a
hospital Monday. He came
Miami ten year- ago from Phila
will celebrate the award of a per- delphia where he was a membc r
manent charter September 4th ( 0f the B'nai B'rith Lodge there
and 5th at which time a program j He is survived by the widow Mrs.
of dances, banquets, tournaments j Lena Cohen .four sons. Joe. Ilar-
and entertainment will be provid- ry, Saul and Samuel, all of Mi-
ed for those attending. All A. ami Beach; and three daughters,
Z. A. chapters in the state have Mrs. Anna M.nk, Mrs. Reba
been invited to attend- The Roy- Brown of Miami Beach, and Mrs.
al Palm Chapter A. Z. A., Miami L. U. Reichlin of Philadelphia.
Beach, will send its entire chap- Funeral services were conduct-
RABBI TO
BE HEARD
The Jewish Chautauqua Society
will present as their representa- duced him to the great Jewish
tive Rabbi Eugene Blachschleger. writers and thinkers of the Goi-
ter.

SPINOZA GROUP
CONTINUES
"The Jewish Influences, on Spin
oza can hardly be over emphasiz-
ed." Dr. Wolfson told his Group
last Saturday afternoon. "It was
Manasseh ben Israel who irttro
of Montgomery, Alabama, at the
Vesper Services to be held at the
University of Florida. Gainesville,
Sunday, August 6th at 6:30 P. M.
Rabbi Blachschleger will speak on
"Jews in the Making of America."
This is the second time the
Jewish Chautauqua Society has
presented a speaker at this insti-
tution, Dr. Edward Calisch, of
Richmond, having appeared there
for three successive days during
the winter of 1938.
den Age in Spain. The dialetical
i igora of the Talmud developed in
him a mental acuteness and help-
ed him elaborate a logical meth-
od that cut as sharp as a scalpel."
Next Saturday afternoon the
Spinoza Group will meet as usual
on the lawn, at 1059 Collins Ave-
nue, Miami Beach. Dr. Wolfson
will give the eleventh lecture in
the series. The topic: "Clara
Marie Van den Enden" All are
welcome.
ed by Rabbi Max Shapiro Inter-
ment took place in the Woodlawn
Park Cemetery.
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IN NORTH
Mrs. Henry Seitlin left Thura-
daj morning for Hot Springs,
Arkansas, where -he will remain
for five weeks visit ng relatives
and friends

LEAVES FOR
W VSHINGTON
Mr. Sidney I.. Segall, promi-
nent local attorney, ami Mr. M
.1. Flowers left Tuesday by train
for Washington, D C, on a l"'s-
trip. They will return to
the citj Saturday.
.
THROUGH
\\ ERROR
Through a grave inadvertance
on the part of the typist for Beth
David Congn gation it was men-
I oned that their member- and
friends purchase tickets for the
Grand Militarj Ball of the Jewish
War Veterans and cast their
either for the candidate
B'l ai B'rith. Miss
S gall, 01 for the candidate
sponsored by the Y. M II. A.,
Miss Ethel Mintrer.
The wishes
I the inadw rtance and state
officially that at a recent
I mgregation and
i meeting of the Sister-
:, resolution was unani-
mously pa----d which reads:
"Whereas Beth David Congrega
tion i- n< spot Boring a candidate
for Queen of the Jewish War
V Mil- Military Ball, we there-
fore endorse and call upon all our
members and friends to vote for
the candidate sponsored by B'nai
B'rith. Miss AM. Segall, a teach-
er of our Sunday School for the
past seven year- and the daugh-
f a prominent member of
lone; standing in the Congrega-
The Congregation asks our
members and friends to note this
members and friendh to note this
corr' tion and to, please, patron
iie this Military Ball of th-' Jew
ish War Veteran- and aid in the
election of Miss Adele Segall as
Queen f the Convention,
MIAMI BEACH
A. Z. A. MEETS
At the last meeting of
Royal Palm Chapter of A. Z
Miami Beach, Mrs. Rose W
well known welfare worker,
the guest speaker. Following
program refreshments were
ed- The next meeting of
Chapter will be held Monda;
ening at the Beth Jacob S
gogue when Arthur Weis-. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wei-
he formally initiated into
Chapter.
RETURNS
PROM VISIT
Mr. Milton A. Friedman. |
Inent local attorney, retort)
Miami after a five weeks -
tlie North during which tin..
visited Congress, the \;1-
B'nai B'rith and A. Z. A
quarters in Washington. 0
attended the international :i-
vention of A. Z. A., at Port
\ is. N. Y.. of which he ;s N
al Deputy of Florida; visit.
atives and friends in New Y '*
and visited the World's Fa

TO APPEAR IN
RECITAL
Mr. Leonard Rose, son
and Mrs. Harry Rose of 402 S W
l.'ith Avenue will appear In
recital sponsored by the 1
sity of Miami Conservator) of
Music at the Women's Club, Mi-
ami. Wednesday August
8:30 P. M. The public is
to attend.
Mr. Rose is visiting in
with his bride. Minna, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K
pioneer Jewish family of Mil wan
kee, Wisconsin. Mr- and ''
Rose, both of whom are
ates of the Curtis Institu: f
Music in Philadelphia, wc
l ::tly married in New Ybrl
During the past year Mr. R
has been a member of the N B.
C Symphony Orchestra under the
direction of Arturo Toscan
has been heard frequently IS *
featured artist over the N B. C
network. For the season IS I0i
Mr. Rose has the distinct'
being appointed first solo cellist
of the Cleveland Symphony Or-
chestra of which Dr. Artir
xinski is the director.
Mr. Rose will be heard
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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I
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Sia Months
$2.00
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the Young Judca Club have all
indorsed B'nai Ii'rith's candidate.
---------B---------
The Program Committee for
the Jewish War Veterans Ball
has announced that a "name" or-
chestra will be brought to Miami
for the ocasion. This will be an
added inducement to Bui B'ritha
secure their tickets for the
dance and at the same time to
support our candidate.
---------B---------
Our candidate MUST secure
the h gheat number of vote* bo
that we can uphold the prestige
<>f the Order. Tickets can be se-
cured from your writer or co-
chairman Harold Turk. At the
present writing Adele is in the
lead and B'nai B'rith must coop-
erate to see that she stays there!
---------B---------
FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1939
VOLUME 12 NUMBER 29
This entire column is devoted
to Jewiah War Veteran activities
because the proposed convention
has grown so large in scope that
it is a community affair. Its
success or failure will reflect upon
the community. In recognition
of that fact, all organizations are
cooperation with J. W. V.. in the
raising of funds for the conven-
tion, B'nai B'rith's ever active
memb rship chairman, M a t ty
Bandler, is personally conducting
a huge celebration under the joint
----- --------------...... sponsorship of th Harvey Seeds
Democracy, has submitted to the State Department the names post 0f the American Legion, the
of seven persons, including the Rev. Charles E. Coughlin, who Miami Elks Lodge. Knights of
are disseminating Nazi propaganda 'sponsored by and emanat-' Columbus and B'nai B'rith This
,, program is to no h-Id at nay
ing from official sources in Germany. ,,nin| park ,.. Thlirs(,aVi AugU8,
The State Department's request for the list of names was s In recognjtion of Matty Band-
made in response to a letter from Dr. Birkhead attacking the i,.r's tremendous success as chair-
FREE SPEECH
Dr. L. M. Birkhead. national director of the Friends of
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
FOREIGN FIELDS
New that the headlines are screaming out the stories of
the discovery of Nazi espionage in France and of the guidance
of "a foreign power'' in the so-called "Irish' bombings in
London, may we mention that we told you so long ago? ....
The forthcoming Herschel Grynszpan trial in Paris will have a
tragically ludicrous angle. The Nazis will try to prove thai
Polish Jews are better treated in the Reich than in Poland. .
That 50-year-old steamer "Dora'' which left the Netherlands
with 500 refugeesdestination unknownlast week bids fair
to become another St. Louis case unless Britain opens the
gates of Palestine. British Jews are growing worried over
the increase in anti-Semitism in their country, and tend to heed
the warning sounded by some Parliamentary circles that any
appreciable addition to the Jewish population would strengthen
the hand of the anti-Semitic agitators.....
WARCASTS
flu- German army which is pulling againsi war in
Tin generals know what's what, mul the Axis pow-
It's
Reich.
its couldn't possibly win.
i liing againsi what, ver
nwav with in Eastern
But of course they haven t a
peaceful penetration" Hitler can p*1
Europe ami the Balkans. Good
German Government for sponsoring a campaign here assailing
our traditions of liberty and democracy, attacking our public
officials, including President Roosevelt and which "constitutes
a continuous act of unfriendliness to the people of our coun-
try." He demanded, further, that appropriate representations
be made to the German Ambassador against the continued dis-
semination of such propaganda.
Further attention was drawn to the Coughlin menace when
August 3Bay Front Park.
complete program of entertain-
ment; August 29 at the Civic
Onter, Grand Military Ball of
Mayor LaGuanSa, commenting on an article and editorial in | jew|gi, War Veterans, with Adele
the current issue of The Nation- which described the growing Segall as Queen of the Ball!
........ .*..- 1}
news for delegates to the Zionist Congress at Geneva is ;i con-
fidential llOte We've receive.1 from Pierre Van Passed. now
abroad, to the effect thai there'll he no war this year. Tho
most pessimistic of the other experts prognosticate that there
won't he a war until Kail al the earliest......Vn interesting
sidelight is provided hv the fact thai financial circles are hint-
committee ne Deserves ami win, .,,
secure the wholehearted support ing thai general disarmament would result in serums econo-
of all the members of the Lodge. mic dislocations" thai would necessitate "broad market read-
---------B--------- | juslments ... In plain English, high finance, while not un-
Remember the dates and places
man of B'nai B'rith membership
committee he deserves and will
derstanding the advantage
in the offing......
f peace, doesn't mind war clouds
Coughlinite and Christian Front terror, said that although the
right to free speech must be upheld, '' inciting to riot and cre-
ating racial and religious hatred does not come within the
guarantee of freedom of speech."
Thus the government is met with the paradoxical situation
wherein the right of free speech must be guaranteed to all,
while at the same time, it is being demanded that the voices
of certain individuals be suppressed.
Those personal liberties, expressed in the Bill of Rights of
our Constitution, unquestionably must be respected as the very Dew Editor:
foundation upon which is built the great structure of Ameri-
can democracy. Yet the focal point of our entire system of
government is that it serve for the greater good of all. When
individuals, or groups, abuse that freedom of expression
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B'nai B'rith continues its
derhip!
lea-
JEWS ABROAD
Did you know that since the issuance of the last British
White Paper twelve new Jewish settlements have been estab-
lished in Palestine? .... Arab national leaders, who are turn
ing to Hitler for aid in their campaign for "more room"by
"_____________________ which they mean the complete stoppage of Jewish immigration
= to Palestineare liable to find that their new ally is planning
\M ttPVltf f FTTFR i to use Arab territory to provide "more room" for himself. .
AN A story is going the rounds about an American news photo-
July 2:.. 1989
= grapher. a non-Aryan, who was given an assignment in Rome.
Due to the new laws in the Musso-bound land the cam
era man was arrested a number of times, his non-Aryamsm be-
With amazement I read in the. y obvious.....And was released when he showed the
B'nai B'rith column in the Jewish ; ^ flf himgelf taken with F. D. R. not long
Ploridian of July 21st. the criti-|j
cism of the A. Z. A. Z%ZZ^^rJin -..-being :rhi":r'---PJ- 5......<\ FELICITATIONS DEPARTMENT
3 the, **"- possible tbose persona, liber. *; -* ^.....,............ ^^..... ,,, .__,....., ..,
ties, then democracy, in its own defense must take action. As ^ A y A >{ M an). Rea(.h ^.^^ |Q ,|h. vi,.e.|m.sjdene.v of the National Association ol
The Nation so aptly put it. democracies can put up with oc- ( haVi, Bgwd t(, sup|10,., B'nai Womm [iBWvers.....\n.| to Reuben Brainin. dean oi Hebrew
casional crackpots but-'-When a group sets out to cultivate B'rith in the election of a Queen ^ ^ :|(.||j( v<.mllIs ,- his two grndsons-in-law. .
a state of war in the streets of our cities and to inflame the -.- ^the M ^...... ^ ^.......^ ,;,,, ,
police against a whole racial section of the population, tne ^ ^^ candidate of another Montreal a couple of yea,- ago. has received Ins Ph. V.
time has come to bring that group to its senses or strip it ot orKanUation. therefore wonder ,.|.lnu,.-v n1 the Imperial College of London.
every last vestige of power. ________ I if h'' is ftware "[ lh' f*Ct, 'h:"
____________________-------------------------------------------the game man who is in charge
- dj.late to represent the Order inland supervises th.. affairs of the
===== conll foI. ,.,ection of a .Royal Palm Chapter a. Miami
yueen of the Grand Military Ball "-" *" '
B'NAI B'RITH
T
TIPS
(BY BURNETT BOTH)
(Substituting fur Sidney Seftall)
being sponsored by the Jewish
War Veterans during their Nat-
ional Convention next month.
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Miss Adele Segall has been se-
lected by B'nai B'rith to act as
its representative in the contest.
Miss Segall, a beautiful, charming
and gracious young woman, is an
active worker in the community
and her hundreds of friends are
all actively working to secure her
election. She is the daughter of
Of foremost interest to the en- Mr a_() Mrs pn||jp Segall. The
tire Jewish community is the se- ( Betn David, Zionist Organization,
lection by B'nai B'rith of a can- the A- Z. A. of Miami Beach, and
and su-
pervises the affairs of th;- A. Z.
A. Miami Chapter. Since there
was a so-called division under
the guidance of the same man.
with his consent, there surely
must have been a good reason for
do ng so.
In my opinion, it is a trifling
matter to raise an argument when
we have problems to take care of
that are much greater and wore
important than the selection of a
Queen candidate for a certain
ball. However it 18 my duty to
answer the charges and to defend
the Chanter for its action.
On July 11th A. Z. A Cham-
(Continued on Page Bight)
i-iii-iiii.-ti ,. *...... ....,
will shortlv dcparl for a post in Iran, no less.....\nd wen
Shectcr. husband of Amita Brainin Sehuller, has been admit
.,, ,,. |,;, .| will now begin to practise law in Montreal.
FAIR AFFAIRS
It's said that Governor Lehman likes Billy Rose's World's
Fair Aquacade show so much that he saw it three times. .
But, as far as we know, he hasn't yet found time to visit the
Palestine Pavilion even once.....The Roumanian and PoJ-
ish Commksioners-General to the Fair are very sympathetic to
the Palestine Pavilion and interested in its success. Both
have visited the Eretz Israel exhibit several times. That
handsome, distinguished-looking doorman at the Palestine
Pavilion is a former German movie star and scenario writer .
Non-Aryanism is the reason for his change of occupation. .
Next week you'll b<> able to purchase, at your favorite book-
shop, Elias Newman's beautiful little volume on "Art in Pal-
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FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
BAGE FIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi 497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176
A__
PERMANENT CALENDAR
FOR THE YEAR
Daily services at 7:00 a- m., and
5:3( p. m.
Sabbath Services Saturday
morning at 8:80.
Junior Congregation Services
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School9:00 a.
m.. to 12:00.
White House To
Discuss Problem
(Continued from Page One)
Committee on Refugees found
prospects promising enough for
29,000 families. On the island of
Mindanao, in the Philippines, a
similar committee found room for
10,000 refugees in areas suitable
for agriculture or industrial de-
velopment- A report of Dutch
Guiana is due shortly and the
French government has approved
an :nvestigatior of conditions in
New Caledonia, an island off the
.ast coast of Australia.
meeting at the White House in
September. It was further indi-
cated that the delegate would be
named only to give all .desired in-
formation to the delegates.
Germany is not a member of
th'' Intergovernmental Committee.
RABBI JUDAH I. GOLDIN
Who lias been appointed as-
sociate director of the B'nai1
B'ritli llilli'l Foundation at
the University of Illinois,
oiliest of the \2 Jewish sill-.
ilem centers maintained at
American colleges by B'nai
B'rith.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION j
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach (
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
61'" Mi -I: .i A \ e>nU6
'lMlnhe 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
thi Michigan Avenuej
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SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
PIDYON SHVUIM
"Sweepstakes tickets," dollar
membership tickets to the Y,
Foundation, which offer five hun-
dred prizes, the first a $10,000
Friday nightj 8:80 Saturday prize, are being sold at our syr.a-
morning; 6:30 Saturday afternoon. I gogue. Proceeds are allocated to
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on take Yeshiva faculties and
Da ly services at 8:00 A. M.:
0:46 P. M. and 7:28 P. M.
Sabbath services: 6:45 p. M.
"The Portion of the
Shalosh S'iiikIiiss.
Week at
This Sabbath is known as
"Shabbos Nachmu," the Sabbath
of Consolation.
RADIO HOUR
Reich Examinees Trust Foun-
dation
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
over radio station WIOD this
Sunday afternoon at 3:00 P. M.,
On the theme: "Ix>ok;ne Up."
Cantor Mamches will sing a num-
ber of melodies. We hope you
will listen in.
Establish Foundation To Fi-
nance Exodus
Tr.e establishment of an inter-
national foundation to negotiate
with the German government for
an the Reich by a group of Ameri-
can and British Jews who applied
to the British Board of Trade for
a license to register the founda-
tion under the name of the Co-
ordinating Foundation. The es-
tablishment of the foundation cul-
minates six months of negotia-
tions by the Intergovernmental
Committee on Refugees conduct-1
ed principally by Robert T. Pell, j
retiring American vice-director,
of the committee, with the Ger-
man government. The negotia-
tion? were paralleled by consul-
tation- among Jewish interests in
London and New York.
Aj soon as the foundation is
established it is believed the Ger-
man government would establish
;i troll fund in which the wealth
of the em-grating Jews would be
concentrated for use in financing
their emigration and settlement
abroad. The foundations applica-
tion to the Board of Trade stated
that its objects were: (1)To co-
rate with individuals and or-
ganisationi engaged in helping
involuntary emigrants from Ger-
many; (2)To deal with the Bv
ian Committee and the League of
Nations High Commissioner for
Refugees; (3)To seek to im-
prove the condition of Jews in
Germany and, (4)To arrange
orderly emigration of involun-
tary emigrants and the protec-
tion and transfer of their prop-
erty.
London*! (WNS)Dr. Helmuth
Wohlthat. Nazi economic expert,
declared that Germany "is pre-
pared to permit one-quarter of
Jewish wealth in the Reich to be
put into a central trust fund to
assist emigration of Jewish refu-
gees." The German official was
said to be in close contact with
the League of Nations high com-
missioner for refugees and with
Sir Herbert Emerson, director of
the Evian committeee. Dr. Wohl-
that said that establishment of
a trust was under close scrutiny
by the German government and
the question was developing sat-
isfactorily. The central trust
would operate in conjunction with
efforts to accelerate migration of
refugees by financing and supply-
ing them with farming and other
equipment as well as transporta-
tion on German ships.
Levy who is staying with rela-
tive- and friends. From New-
York, Harvey Berman, nephew of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pepper, is
lure for his vacation.
Others vacationing in Daytona
are Bo, Joe and Louis Brooks,
Mrs. Estelle Brenner, daughter of -
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meltzer, and
Mrs. L. Neiderman and daughter...........
Beatrix, and Eva Safer. A very gratifying response re
--------- suited from the stirring appeal
Susan Bogner was hostess at a made by the Rabbi Tisha B'Av
small dinner party on the beach' evening in behalf of the "Ezras
Thursday. Those present were' Torah Fund" and the purchase of
Rabbi and Mrs. H. Schorr of New trees for the Rabbi Meyer Berl.n
APPEAL RESPONSE
York and Rabbi and Mrs. Sidney
Bogner.
Forest being planted by the Miz-
rachi. Those wishing to partici-
pate can send or bring their
DAYTONA BEACH
NOTES
(BY DAVID MARKS)
The annual B'nai B'rith Sum-
mer Frolics will take place
Thursday evening, August 10th
at the Peninsula Club. Admis-
sion charged will be one dollar
per person. In charge are Bill
Sirkin, Ned Gordon and Albert
Rutberg. All members and
friends are cordially invited to
attend.
New additions to the commu- pledges to the synagogue,
nity are Mr. and Mrs. Max Weiss ,,, ,,,,,.
who have moved to Daytona
where they will reside.
MIZRACHI NEWS

In addition to the number of
dents from Germany and Slovakia
to Palestine and America, a
most worthy cause. A chance -
win large prizes.
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* RELIGIOUS SCHOOL *

Classes are r.'ow completely un-
der the instruction of our Cantor,
and are held daily from 9:30 to
l2::io. Registration of students
daily. Study of the High Hob-
Days begins this week. Parents
are urged to enroll their children
now if they wish them to be pre-
pared with the knowledge neces-
sary to fully understand the sig-
nificance of our holidays.
* CONGRATULATIONS "
.***
We congratulate Mf. and Mrs.
A. Weiss on the birth of their son
named Mosheh. Mazul Tov to
their many relatives and friends.

CONDOLENCE
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Our sincerest sympathies to the
family and friends of Mr. Wolf
Cohen. May God console them in
their bereavement.
Law offices will be opened in
August by M. Leonard Pepper, | trees being purchased by the Mi-
who was graduated from the Uni-
versity of Florida with the high-
est average of the senior law-
class this year.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Greenspan and
daughter Anita have returned
from the North where they have
been visiting.
ami Beach Mizrachi through the
Tisha B'Av appeal, a large num-
ber of Jewish National Fund
boxes were distributed by Mrs. F-
Kalstein. Anyone wishing to
have such a fund box can get one
by applying to the Rabbi or Sex-
ton.
REV. J. MALEK
Experienced
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Mrs. Louis Nelson and daugh-
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where they will join Miss Eva
Nelson.
Germany Mav Send Official
To White House Meeting
Berlin, (WNS)It was learned
from reliable sources that Ger-
many would name a delegate if
the Reich were invited to parti-
cipate in the intergovernmental
refugee confrence called by Pres-
ident Roosevelt for a two-day
Visiting in Daytona from Mi-
ami are Thelma and Barbara Ber-
ger, who are the house guests of
their uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Mack Roth; and Marian
ZISSEN'S
of
Akron, Ohio
are now located at
PAPA JOE'S
1749 N. Miami Avenue
BEER WHISKEY WINE
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CkafJixljiunth- ""?"
Conveniently loctlcd In the
downtown business, shopping end thea-
ter district Evers/room en outside room
(no couft) with Hello bth, circulate,
ice weter, radio, (en and bed readme,
lamp. Stiitti of pailor, bedroom and
bath. Superior cuisine end service in
The Patio Grill and The Rendezvous.
Our Lobby, Oinin, Room,
Loun,e, Beauty Parlor, Berber Shop
nd all public rooms aie completely air
conditioned. More than hall ol our
Gucil Rooms are individually air con.
ditioncdno re-circuletion of air Irora
one suesi 100m to another. This modem,
hospital-approved system is an eacluiivt
Icaturc of The Roosevelt.
Drive your automobile into the
Hotel Roosevelt Garajc, which >
directly connected with out Lobby.
J Outsiot Rooms No Coorf
Circulating Ice Wot
Tub and Sho*tr
In Etry Room
r ^O oo
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A Robert R. Meyer Hotel
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PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDlaN
NEWS FROM
J. W, V,
Convention Headquarters
NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT TO BE HELD HERE AUGUST
28th THROUGH SEPTEMBER 4th

CONTEST FOR QUEEN OF MILITARY
BABL CONDUCTED BY J. W. V. OF U. S.
The contest started a week ago,
and th? following candidates have
b.-en nominated by their indivi-
dual sponsors. At the end of the
first week the contestants and
the:r standings are as follows:
Miss Adele Segall of 631 N. E.
57th Str.'et, nominated by B'nai
B'r.th. Greater Miami Zionist
District. Young Judea, Miami
Beach A. Z. A. and Beth David
Fair or to Cuba; second prize, a
set of airplane luggage; and the
third prize awarded will be an
outfit of wearing apparel- The
four runn?rs-up to the Queen
will act as lad;es-in-waiting dur-
ing the activities of the Conven-
tion. There is spirited competi-
tion in this contest.--aml as it gets
older th.> race should get excit-
able.
CONVENTION
SCHEDULE IS
ANNOUNCED
V
HOW THEY STAND
ADELE SEGALL .............................. 6.400
BELLE TANNEN ............................. 2,300
ETHEL MINTZER .......................... 1,600
WATCH THIS SPACE FOR LATEST RESULTS
The Forty-Fourth Annual En-
campment of the Jewish War Vet-
erans of the Un ted States will 1"'
held in Miami August 28th thru
September 3rd at the Columbui
Hotel and is expected to draw
more than 10.000 Jewish War
Veterans. Mr. David L Nair of
New Britain, Connecticut, chair-
man of the National Convention
Committee, has been visiting in
Miami for a week completing ar '
ransrements for the Convention.
The Convention sessions will be
formally opened Monday morning
August 2Sth and delegates and
their friends are expected to ar-
rive Friday. August "25th. The
first off cial convention function
will be held Sunday night, August
27th when the local Y. M. II A
will lie host to the visiting Vet
erans at an informal open house.
Monday evening, August 28th,
the Veterans will hold memorial
services for their war dead at
Temple Israel, following which
the Veterans will be guests of
the M;ami American Legion
Home; Tuesday night at the Mi-
ami Civic (enter a Military Ball
will be
Miss HARRIETTE TOBIN
Candidate for Queen of the
Military Ball to be given by the
.I. wish War Veterans at 'he
National Convention which w 11
be held here in August, is being
sponsored by the Beth Jacob
gation and the Miami
Chapti r <>f the American J<
ish Congress, Miss T b n
the daughter "f Mr. ai d Mrs.
A J. Tobin of Miam Bi
FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1939
Dartmouth College will
Dr. Andrew J- Scarlett, profe
of chem stry at Dartmou'
hire, who will speak on
Plastic Age."
Saturday evening In Tai
Charlie Cantor and Edna Wl
will present "A Night at
Fail,*' with the entire hall
rated as a county fair. T:
' out the evening entort.i
will be pr sented and all
guests of the Club and I
Colony will partic pate. Ir\
I',elds and his music will a-
the musical program wit!'
Richards as musical host
midnight on the Marine l>
thcr will be a buffet sup;.
dancing will follow.
The Yankee Troupers, l
nir at the Tarleton Clu!> f
thud year will pesent "B
Born," by Jan Hay. This i -
foiirth of their summer off
and will star Charles .1
bert Whitley, Nancy Cushm ,r
Jack Colbert.
A riding exhibition will I
in Tarleton's saucer Su
mom tig ith t'ol. Harry
riding master, in charge.
LAKE TARLETON
ACTIVITIES ARE NOW
IN FULL SWING
With the .lul' and in mbi
held: a night parade will already in midseason ad tj am
Congregation is leading with a to- There should be cooperation of-
:al of 6.400 votes. Miss Belle Tan- feied these contestants by all
nen of 927 Fourth Street, Miami, bus ness men of Greater Miami
Beach, nominated as candidate by and Miami Beach for we ar? as"
the Junior Council of Jewish Wo-' sured of at least 7-000 delegates
men, is second with 2,300 votes. here in Miami durinK the dull
Miss Ethel Mmtxer of 1901 S. W. mm*r months. Statistics given
16th Street, nominated by Y. M.! us b>' the Chamber of Commerce
H. A., Dad? County Business': is that each delegate will spend
Men's Association and the Tri! $100 Per day which means that
Beta Sorority, is third with we ca" exDect close t0 the circu-
1,600 votes. Miss Rita Pearlman latlon of half a million dollars
of 1557 Meridian Avenue, Miami durin* th*se slx days.
Beach, candidate sponsored by' There wi" be more news
be held Wednesday and Thursday
evening the Convention Banquet
will take place Th.' concluding
business sessions will take place
Friday. September 1st when elec-
tion of officers will be held.
Visiting Veterans are expected
to remain here over Labor Day
many of Tail I retu
ing the f 1st mixed foursome golf
tournament will be held on the
lull's famous Donald Ross Golf
Course used exclusively for Tarle-
ton's guests Mr. Joe Shiapetta,
golf pro for the past B years ii
ir: charge and will set the players
as an entertainment
program has been
them until now.
so?ial off starting Wednesday
each
Junior Hadassah and Miss Har- week on the standing of the var-
riet Tobin of 910 Jefferson Ave-; lous candidates. Anyone wishing
nue, Miami Beach, nominated by tickets mav eal1 whichever can-
Beth Jacob Congregation of Mi-' dldate he wishes to *"lve the *ne-
ami Beach and the Miami Chapter! flt of the votes- or bv telephon-
of the American Jewish Con-' m* 4'2581 and having the tickets
gress are working consistently; sent t0 ,hem immediately.
arranged for A hay-ride party will be held
early Mondoy morning to Mt.
Piermont with the buggies, Stage
coaches and horses taking part.
Arriving at the mountain top
there will be refreshments and an
entertainment program around
the fireplace.
The second week of the tennis
Governor Fred P. (one of Flor-
ida and Mayor K. G, Sewell of
Miami are honorary chairmen of
tht National Convention. Mr.
Nair. personal representative of
Commander Isidor S. Worth, is
being assisted by Samuel Leve of
Detroit, co-chaimian of the com doub,e has brKnt Jack Colbert
mittee; Harrv M. Wengrow of and R'" Steel "f Brookline as
Atlanta. National Vice Comman- thl' wlnn coming through a
der of the Jewish War Veterans, t-''"up "f :!" !*
Southern D-strict and Harrv Tht' Wi,ter sPort* held at thf
and by next week one of
these dark horses might be the
leader. Additional contestants
are expected next week. Three
prizes are offered in this contest.
The winner will be coronated
Queen, and will be given the
choice of a round trip and all ex-
panses to the New York World's
Jerusalem. (WNS) Major-
General Robert H. Haining, Gen-
eral Officer in command of Bri-
tish forces confirmed the 7-year
prison sentence of Bernard Teit-
ler, 26-year-old student of the He-,
brew University, charged with wits, Colonel Sidney H. Palmer
having explos:ons in his posses-
sion.
D strict and Han y
Keiles, National Transportation
Chairman.
J. William Baros, president of
the Miami Convention Corpora-
tion, and Harry S. Schaeffer. exe.
CUtive director, assisted by Mat-
thew 8. Bandler. H. H. Fair,
Donald Lavigne, Harry Marko-
Marine Deck on Sunday will
again include canoe tilting, water
bicycl ng, swimming, diving and
water hall.
Thursday evening Miss Due
Hastings will present her mai
ette show on the Marina Deck.
After the ghow then will be an
informal entrtainment with Don
Richards as musical host.
Friday evening the weekly for-
um conducted by Professors from
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TRIDAY, JULY 28, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
World Wide 'News Flashes
Undon, (WNS)Advices from
Bratislava disclosed that the Slo-
vak Justice Ministry is consid-
ering a decree aimed at depriving
Jews "f a considerable part of
th ir immigration capital by de-
claring a moratorium on debts
due to Jews.
It vu also learned that the
Slovak Grain Merchants Associa-
w.ll soon take steps to eli-
minate approximately 40 Jewish
from the Slovak grain
food and water. The refugees
had been detained in Beirut until I
the r vessel was fumigated after
being swept by an epidemic while
at sea. The refugees have al-1
ready spent 3 months on water
in a vain search for a land that
would receive them.
- f ::. (WNS) Demonstrations
against the Jews in the town of
I'azardjilo by members of the il-
legal anti-Semitic organization
Ratznitzi culminated in a riot in
which hoodlums broke all win"
d iwj of Jewish stores and homes.
Authorities still permit th*
Hakoah Jewish sports association
to function but have refused to
legalize the Maccabi athletic as-
sociation on the grounds that its
statutes are alleged to be politi-
cal in character.
Beirut, Syria, (WNS)Tw|d
persons were seriously injured
and several slightly wounded
when a bomb exploded in the
Jewish quarter here. Several
shop fronts were wrecked by the
blast believed to have been set off
by terrorists.
MATTHEW S. HANDLER
Brussels, (WNS)A census of
foreigners is expected to he tak-
en immediately by the govern-
m -nt. acting on a recommenda-
tion by the Interior Minister, to
ascertain the role they play in
the nation's economic life and to
il >t ct illegal immigrants residing
in Belgium.
Fun Carnival To
Benefit Veterans
Berln, (WNS)Official statis-
tics r< leased here show that crime
in Germany dropped 2.r> percent
in 1938 while of total convictions
numbering 381.818. compared with
504,093 for 1987, about one perj
cent, or 3,485, were Jews. Total
convictions for degeneracy were
still high22.107 in 1938 com-
pare.! with 28,069 in- 1937. The
law on "protection of German
blood and German honor." which
forbids relations between Jews
and "aryans" resulted in 434 con-
victions, of which 282 were of
.1 ws.
Kaunas. (WNS I Vigilante
Sorcler guards stopped a band of
mi Memel storm troopers disguis-
d as mourners when they at-
tempted to cross the border at
Bajori, it was reported here. The
Nazis told the guards they were
Lithuanians but investigation
showed the alleged mourners
were storm troopers who planned
to stage an anti-Semitic pogrom
in the village of Kretinga.
_ *, peal from Beirut was received |
here by Jewish relief organiza-|
tions to rescue 658 Czech refu-
gets, including 200 women and|
50 children, who were re-embark-
ed or, a freighter and shipped to
sea without adequate supplies of
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Sponsored by four leading or-
ganizations of Greater Miami,
the "Carload of Fun- Carnival."
planned to be the 1939 summer
season's outstanding public en-
tertainment, will be staged the
night of August 3rd in Bay Front
Park for the purpose of raising
funds to assist in the entertain-
ment of the National Convention
of the Jewish War Veterans of
the United States. which will
meet in Miami August 27th to
September 1st. inclusive.
The affair, which will present
a dazzling array of stellar Miami
amusement spot attractions, as
well as many entertainment fea-
tures novel to the area, is being
arranged by committees working
under the general direction of
Matthew S. Bandler. widely known
Miami business man- Sponsoring
organizations include the Harvey
W. Seeds post of the American
Legion, the Miami Elks Lodge,
the Knights of Columbus and
B'nai B'rith.
One of the feature attractions
of the entertainment program will
be the appearance of the Harvey
W. Seeds post, American Legion,
Drum and Bugle Corps, three
times champion drum and bugle
corps of the National Legion.
Another outstanding feature j
w II "be the main address of the
program which will be delivered
by N. Vernon Hawthorne, presi-
dent of the Dade County Bar As-,
sociatior; and former Dade Coun-
ty State Attorney. Mr. Haw
thorne is widely known through-
out Florida and is recognized as
an eloquent public speaker.
Don Lanning, widely known
Miami entertainer, has been
chosen as master of ceremonies
for the carnival, and cooperation
of leading Miami night clubs and
entertainment spots assure a gala
night of entertainment seldom of-
fered Miamians. even at the
height of the winter season.
Additional information about
the carnival is obtainable by call" 1
ing Mr- Bandler. general chair -
man, telephone 3-4771. The con-1
vention of Jewish War Veterans
is expected to bring to Miami ap-
proximately 7,000 delegates and
visitors.
Abbott, M. Arnold, D. August, L.
Brown, M. Cohen, R. Ehrlich, J.
Fine, M- Geller. L. Gordon, J.
Kopelowitz. K. Krentzman, I. Kro-
mash, B. Kandle, N. Lazarus, H.
Mandel. H. Markowitz, S. C. My-
ers, J. Pallot, S- Palmer. K- Pep-
per, L. Ackerman, L. Hayman, A.
Rubin, M. Shapiro, S. Rotfort, S.
Seitlin, H Sootin, J- Syman. I.
Fine, S. Weinkle, S. Weintraub.
S. Weissel and D. Wernicoff.

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ANNUAL PICNIC
TO BE HELD
Beth David Sisterhood is spon-
soring its annual all-day picnic
Sunday. July 30th at Hardie's Ca-
sino. First Street and Ocean
Drive. Miami Beach. Breakfast,
luncheon and dinner will be r\
ed, and those attending may have j
their choice of either meat or
dairy dishes. Varied entertain- j
ments will be presented. All
members and friends are cordially
invited to attend
Mrs. J. Engler, chairman of
arrangements. ,is being assisted
by Mes.lames I. Cohen. B. Kandle.
I. Silberstein ami H. Sootin. Mrs.
J. Kopelowitz is in charge of the
food supply.
Mrs Ida Jackson, assisted by,
Mrs N. Lazarus and Mrs.
II. Mandel are in charge of the
dairy foods. The finance commit-
tee consists of Mrs. S. Weinkle
and Mrs. I. Fine- Mrs. Mendel
Scheinberg, hospitality chairman.
Is being assisted by Mesdames <
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JULY 28 139
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
HOME CAMP
Elaborate plans are being pre-
pared for a rally to be held by j
the Campers on Tuesday evening,;
August 1st at 7:00 o'clock. En-
tertainment consisting of several
dramatic sketches and athletic
feats will be held on that even-
ing. There will also be a display
Crafts classes.
The feature of the evening will
be a magazine published by the
Campers. The public is cordially
invited. Please come en-masse
and see what wonderful work the
i hildren have accomplished and
encourape them to contiwue.
Admission is FREE!
---------Y---------
SENIOR DIVISIONMEN
recent marriage- Mrs. Specter,
nee Ida Engler, has promised to
become active in the Y. W. as
soon as the excitement of the
honeymoon! is over. Mrs. Spec-
ter is a past president of the
Y. W.
. Hey! hey to Leo L.. the
outfield light who shines up every
now and then to catch a fly ball.
Al R. finally made a hit.
but he done died on second.
---------Y---------
BASEBALL
The Finance Committee, com-
posed of Herman Waitsman, chair-
man; Al Grossman and Dr. Sam-
uel Beckman have had several
'.-.inns. This committee is now
devising ways and mearts to raise
revenue for the "Y" and in a short
while their reports will be sub-
mitted to the organization at
large. Watch for further details.
The next regular meeting of the
Y" will be held on Wednesday
evening, August 2nd at 8:30
o'clock. The feature of the even-
ing will be an exhibit by the Mi-
ami Police Pistol Team which is
rated second best in the United
States.
The team will be accompanied
by Director Dan Reynolds, Safety
Commissioner.
Well, the -Y" Ball Club is back
on the top again. Last Sunday
defeated Hollywood 8-3 in an ex-
hibition' game. Tuesday night the
'"Y" defeated Riverside Laundry
with a score of 10-1. The boys
played a good game from Start
to finish. Congratulations to ev-
ery member of the team. We
might mention here that Manager
Dr. Barney Weinkle is back home
and on the job. Welcome Dr.
Weinkle.
SENIOR DIVISION-
WOMEN
After a short business meeting
during which the constitution was
adopted, moving pictures of the
World's Fair were shown.
---------Y---------
JUNIOR DIVISION
Harry Seigel, prominent local
barrister, has left for Washing-
ton". D. C, to attend the conven-
tion of the Commercial Law-
League of America of which he
is a member.
MAURICE GROSSMAN.
A spelling bee will be held on1
Monday evening. July 31st. Mar-
shall Feuer is in charge.
---------Y---------
SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION
A beach party is being planned
for this group for Saturday even-
ing, July 29th under the direction:
of Mrs. Bea Stepkin and Mrs. I
Bea Dock.
---------Y---------
BOWLING
Since the new "Y" Bowling
League has been formed the mem-
bers have shown a marvelous spir-
it by attending the bowling games
regularly at the Miami Recreation
Center. Every Thursday evening
this group meets and the crowd
is increasing from week to week.
Plans are now being made to
enter the Herald Sweep Stakes
Duck Pin Tournament to be held
August 13th- All those interested
are requested to see Manager
Jack Apte.
---------Y---------
RAMBLINGS ROUND
THE "T"
Herman Waitsman, chairman
of the Finance Committee, spent
the entire day on Tuesday taking
moving pictures of the Home
Camp and its activities. These
will be shown at a later date.
Congratulations to Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Specter upon their
RECENT
ARRIVALS
Recent arrivals to Miami are
Mr. Julian Friedman of Orlando,
Mr. Julian Lehman and Mr.
Sam Wolfson of Jacksonville.
They will be associated with the
Florida Pipe and Supply Com-
pany.
TROUGH A GRAVE
INADVERTANCE
Through a grave inadvcrtan e
on the part of the typist of the
Zionist District of Greater Mi-
ami, it was mentioned that th?
D'strict advised their members
and friends to purchase ticket*
for the Grand Military Ball of
the Jewish War Veterans and to
cast their votes either for the
candidate sponsored by B'nai
B'rith, Miss Adele Segall, or for
the candidate sponsored by the
Y. M. H. A., Miss Ethel Mintzer.
The Zionist District wishes to
correct the inadvertence and state
officially that at a recent board
meeting of the District a resolu-
tion was unanimously passed
which reads: "Whereas the Zion
ist District of Miami is not spon-
soring a candidate for Queen of
the Jewish War Veterans Military-
Ball, it therefore endorses and
calls upon all its members and
friends to vote for the candidate
sponsored by B'nai B'rith, Miss
Adele Segall, the daughter of a
very ardent Zionist."
The Zionist District asks all
their members and friends to note
this correction and to, pleas*,
patronize "this Military Ball of
the Jewish War Veterans and aid
in the election of Miss Adele Se-
gall as Queen of the Convention.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2 77-
RABBI DAVID POLISH
Who li;i* l"''ii appointed rector of the B'nai B'rith
Ilillel Fonndation ;ii Cornell
I'niversity, one of 1- Midi
Jewish student centers main-
tained ;it American colleges
by B'nai B'rith.
RABBI JACOB H KAPLAN. Ph O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITv.
,,.,. re-12 p30 N. E. 31st St.:-548
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
I -. .. Rabbis Will 1) In the Temple every mo:
nl matter* concerning the Jewta CO
V. ii "ill bf augured sympal
.....to lay. each matter will be he
strict c(
CONGREGATIONAL
"Dei nit withdraw thyself from
the congregation-'''Ilillel
Regular services will he
the Temple this Friday
July 21st at 8:15 P. M.. .
be conducted by Rabbi I
Zwitman.
SEIZE 138 ARABS IN
WHOLESALE ARRESTS
Jerusalem, (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)As the result of exti
searches conducted by both i> l i <- -
and military authorities in Haifa
and Acre and surrounding terri-
tory a total of 138 Arabs were
identified as terrorists belonging
to organized terrorist groups-
Wholesale arrests followed.
AN OPEN LETTER
(Continued from Page Three)
met in a business meeting. A
representative of the Y. M. H A.
together with a representative cf
J. W. V., called at the assembly,
and the boys were asked to sup-
port the Y. M. H. A. in the spon-
sorship of their Queen i-endidatc
(The same evening the B'nai
B'rith was about to decide wheth-
er or not to take part in the whole
affair because, as I stated before
to B'nai B'rith, it -s a minor issue
I can say that with authority for
B'nai B'rith.) The beys, eager to
serve, pledged themselves to h 'lp
the Y- M. H. A. in the elections
of their Queen candidate.
On the following Tuesday, July
18th. as usual, the boys of the A.
Z. A- met and I invited the B. B,
columnist to speak on matters
pertaining to youth. The minutes
were read and it was disclosed
that they had pledged themselves
to support th Y. in the election
of a Queei mdidat \ B -
B'rith 1
their mo!
them to !;
ind date
To that thej
ms< at a time
B'na B'l !. tva not spon-
. a candidate and ha I
in the affair.
They told mi they
had given their word of honor and
pledged themselves, they could
not retract their promise and
pleaded that they be permitted to
go through with what they had
promised inasmuch as they were
honor hound to th'' V. M. H. A
1 could see no reason to cause
any of the boys t" suffer or to
make them feel that their word
meant nothing. Nor could I see
any reason to make them feel
that I could handle them as I
pleased and make of it more or
less of a political issue. I there-
fore advised them to go through
with their promise. Hence, they
felt happier and I assured them
that they would not suffer any
criticism from B'nai B'rith or
myself.
In spite of th'- article written
in the Floridian of July 21st, I
believe that it was
on the part of the A /.
stick to their promise
-i- men of honor rath'-r
' ack out just because -
or group of men wanted |
vote otherwise-.
Personally, I commend
for their sense of honor
hope B'nai B'rith at larg
ha.l them.
There is one thing al
article that I regret tha
author used the phrase. .
based on personality rath-:
on principle." I think y
using this expression he i i
the candidate sponsored by I
B'rith to be a target in the
ment. This I sincerely re--
Sincerely,
N. ADELM
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