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The Jewish Floridian ( May 17, 1940 )

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%  -r wJewiislh Florid tin •% VOLUME 13—No. 20 Qsamm T/he Jhewtislh lUmulty *9 B'nai B'rith District Convention at Roanoke .ikvah; benediction by Dr. Murray Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will 1 Kantor, Suffolk, Va.; 10:30 P. M. scud more than 40 delegates to the to 2 A M., dance; 12 A. M.. crown64th Fifth District Convention to ln of Miss Roanoke, B'nai B'ritn be held nt Roanoke, May 19th and jQueen. 20th. The Fifth District comAmong those scheduled to atMaryland, Washington, D. tend from Miami are Abe Arono| .. Georgia, North and South Cav tz Burnett Roth, Maurice Grossrolina and Florida. The Miami [man, Fred K. Shochet, EIry Stone, delegation will have a two-fold E Albert Pallot, J. Aron Abbott, purpose, the election of Isaac I'•''" Chaikin, Many Schwartz, Levin, now first vice president of Carl Weinkle, Harry Koretsky, the District, to the presidency and Rudy Adler, Bernard Feiner, Sol the bringing of the 1914 Fifth DisIGoldstrom, Benj. Le Vine. Isaac MIAMI, FLORIDA, FKMJAY. MAY 17, 1940 PRICE 10 CENTS Y. M. II. A. ELECTS NEW OFFICERS Dr. Samuel Beckman was uniniinously elected president of the Young Men's Hebrew Association at their annual nomination of officers meeting Wednesday evening at the Y clubrooms. Other Officers unanimously elected were Fred K. Shochet. secretary, and Nat Blumberg, treasurer. CandiJEWS TRAPPED IN Synagogue Plans LOW COUNTRIES' Cornerstone Laying trict Covention to Miami. B'nai B'rith has designated the Seaboard Railway as the official route and a private coach has been chartered for the occasion. Delegates from other Florida cities will leave May 17th on the Southern States Special, arriving in Roanoke the following afternoon. Returning the group will leave Roanoke on the morning of May 21. arriving Miami afternoon of May 22nd. Headquarters will be at the Roanoke Hotel and the convention program follows: Sunday, 9 A. M. registration of delegates at lintel Roanoke; 10 A. M. to 1 P. M., opening of convention, president Alvin Kartus, Asheville, N. C, presiding; invocation by Rabbi Samuel Shillman, Sumter, S. C.; welcome by Herman Davidow, president of Israel Friedlander Lodge, Roanoke; introducti >n of Mayor Walter Wood by Arthur Taubman, Roanoke; address by Hon. Walter Wood, mayor of Roanoke. Va.; response by Sol Fass of Portsmouth, Va.. president Virginia Federation of B'nai B'rith; ss scs>ion 1 P. M. to 2:80 P. M., luncheon; toastmaater, Levin of Miami, first vice president District 5; invocation by Rabbi Irving Ganz, Beth-Israel Synagogue, Roanoke; introduction 1 guesl speaker, Hon. James H. Levin, Dave Emmer, Lou Heiman, Dr. Frank ( oret. Gus Ginsburg, Sam B. Miller. Marx Feinberg, Stanley C. Myers. Nat Blumberg, Hany Davis. Hy Horowitz, Nathan Adelman, Milton and Willi im Friedman. Sidney Segall, Leo Eisenstein. Waiter Kovner. Harold Turk. James Leonard. Ernest SUSSman, Sam Seitlin, Bernard Spector. Milton Feller and Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Ladies attending will be Mrs. Isaac Levin, president of B'nai B'rith Ladies Auxiliary, Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom. Palestine Flower Day Observed London (WNS) — The fate of more than 207,000 Jews, including 45,000 Jewish refugees from Greater Germany, hung in the balance as Belgium and Holland, supported by Allied airplanes and troops, dug in to resist the Nazi invasion. At least 3,000 Jews, including several hundred refugees from Nazi Germany, fell into the hand.of the Na/is when the German army swept into Luxemburg. which has a standing aims of Tun. Unlike the Jews in t!\,. Scandinavian countries who Ace ttken by surprise when the German army invaded Denmark and Norway, the Jews of the Low countries had exA large audience is expected to be present at the gala ceremonies of the laying of the cornerstone of the new Synagogue, located at S. W. 17th avenue, corner of 6th street, of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, to be held Sunday afternoon. May 20th, Lag B'Omer at 2 P. .M. Completion of the new Synagogue is being rushed and expected occupation will take place during the Shevouth holidays. An elaborate program is bcinjr planned and details will be announced in next week's issue. H. M. Drevich, president of the Congregation, and chairman ,of arrangements states -We are more pected the German invasion and than satisfied by the progress We remained calm. The Jewish popuj have attained and are indeed lation in both Holland and Belthankful and grateful for the cogium is centered in the big cities, operation received both financially which have been heavily bombed |and morally from the community." by the German army, A few hours alter the' Nazi troops crossed the Belgium frontier, the Belgian Government ordered the release of 18,000 German Jewish refugees, who had been interned in concentration camps, and announced that the refugees would be permitted to fight against the invaders. Many of the refugees immediately v lunteeicl for active duty. REPORT PROGRESS Completing the second week of B'nai B'rith's effort to help the Taking a cue from the Scan injSouth Florida Crippled Children's avian countries where Gee:. an I Hospital Campaign. M. J. KopeloNew York, May 16.—Spurred citizens in those countries he ped w,tz chairman of the B'nai B'rith on by news from Jewish National dates for offi>l s (>f vieo president'break down the naC.ial morale drive > reported at Tuesday's meetFunci headquarters in Jerusalem aro Hernlan Waitsman and Joby use of "fifth • minis" tae "'*-' of Sholem Lodge that he has that notwithstanding the British so ,h A Berman; three year board tics." Belgian pol Land K.ii.t of February 2Mb, the n,oml> ers, Al Pallot. George Wolall German ci i Palestine Land Fund has acquired 9ert> Ix Robmson Al Rosenfeld, them under stri tirveillance. As In reporting progress of the in the months of March and April F, ank Rosc aml Joseph A. Berfar as it could learned here, nu *>'-wide campaignMr. Kopelowitz man; two year board members. German Jewis' refugee was arstate< ': Matty Handler. Henry Gabbe. rested, althou u was understood A ''"•'"Is lnst Sunday led to Frank Rose. Dave Lemmelman. that the re i .sed refugees were tno P r P prt y where the South 11 Al Rosenfeld and Leo Lie berman; being super ed by the police. ri la Crippled Children's Hospital and one year board members, Lou rounded up "'ready received in excess of $-100. and kept from so me 200 individual gives. counnew land tracts for Jewish agricultural settlement in Palestine. Zionist organisations and groups in the United States prepared for the 27th annual Palestine Flower Day which will be observed Sunday. May 19th. The proceeds of the popular drive for the Palestine Ijind Fund, to be carried out Price, governor of Virginia, by through the sale of flowers deMorris L. Masinter. Roanoke; adscribed as "Roses of Sharon" will dress by Governor James H. Price; l D< : >PPlied towards the Jewish Nati nal Fund's land acquisition and reclamation work. Safan, David Lemmelman, Harry Gordon, J. A. Berman. Stanley Myers. J. Aron Abbott, Hy Rifas. Bill Shayne, Leon Lieberman, Sam Blank, George Goldberg, Irving Querido. Jules Wilson. Al Reisman, Mitchell Wolfson, Henry Hohauser. Al Rosenfeld, Larry Grossberg, Mickey Luhel, A. J. Tobin. Carl Weinkle. Walter Jacobs, Dr. Barnev Weinkle. Murray Jewish Property In Norway Confiscated benediction by Rabbi Sidney Lefkowits, Richmond, Va.; 2:30 to 5 I • M., business session; 3 P. M. to 5 P. M., lawn party for ladies; 8 M., cultural program, B'nai B'rith Town Hall Meeting sub.'• '. "The Contemporary Jewish Scene," speakers Frank RubenI stein, chairman; Maurice Bisgyer, I Stockholm (WNS) — According moderator; Dr. A. L Sachar. Hil; lo reports received here the Nazis hi; Max Baer, vocational guidhave confiscated all property ance; Rabbi Paul Rechman. ADL; owned by Jews in Norway, mainEdward Grusd, National Jewish hy j M Oslo, Bergen and Trondheim. Monthly; and Bernard Postal, pub-|The report placed the value of the confiscated property at one billion of the former Polish regime. A. M. to 1 P. M., Norwegian kronen. The Gestapo, it was said, obSimilar reports have been retained an official list of importceived from Copenhagen where ant contributors to the Polish nathe anti-Jewish Nuremberg laws tional war fund and immediately are expected to be imposed sh>rtordered the public execution of ly. Jewish refugees from Denthe 32 Jews on the list. The Gcsmnrk said upon their arrival here tano charged that the slain Jews that the liquidation of all Jewish had urged Poland to wage war B. B. AID RED CROSS Washington, D. C.—B'nai B'rith has contributed $2..Mill from its Nati mat Emergency Relief Fund to the new war relief campaign of the American Red Cross and has thrown the full force of its 125.000 men and women members Grossman. D. J. Apt,.. Jos. Upton throughout the country behind the *£ Meyer Schwartz. Harry Ma, ko| (| „ V( Hvmy Monsk> ,-,„,„,,,,.„, of [or cnppled children of witz ami Charles Blau. Fleeted to the board will be three threeyear board members, one twoyear member and eight one-year members. Flection of officers will take lace Wednesday evening, June ">th. Iicity. Monday, 10 business session; 1 P. M. to 2 P. buffet luncheon; 1 P. M. to 5 M., bridge luncheon for visiting ladies at Patrick Henry Hotel, -Mrs. I. Levin, Miami, guest spcakT; 2 P. M. to 6 P. M., business session; 7:30 to 10 P. M.. banquet, '"astmaster, Julius Fisher, Roproperty has begun. Jewish enagainst Germany. anokc; invocation by Rabbi Wilterprises still in existence are suI Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland B'nai B'rith. oldest and largest Jewish service and fraternal, organization in the United States announced yesterday. Mr. Monsky declared that he :.s communicating with the officers of all B'nai B'rith District |Grand Lodges and Women's Grand Lodges, urging them to advise their subordinate units to cooperate with the Red Crews' appeal in the ni ire thin 500 communities where there are B'nai B'rith lodges and auxiliai ie s. TO REPRESENT JEWRY AT PEACE MEETING Ham Greenberg, Charlotte, N. C; pervised by Gestapo agents. f injjing of America; dinner, reIt was learned here that 4 marks by retiring president, Alvin Kartus; response by the newly elected president; introduction of Hr. A. L. Sachar, guest speaker, by Rabbi Maurice Graff of Temple Emanucl, Roanoke; address by l'r. A. L. Sachar; singing of HatWashington (WNS) — Rabbi 'suffered new anti-Semitic disturbLouis Finkelstein. president of the m larger amounts. 32 ances, it was learned. The NaziJewish Theological Seminary of checks to M. J. Kopelowitz, 369 S. and School will be built, in Shenley Park, just three bloc ks w I of Red Road, and directly west of the Miami Biltmore Hotel. "A miniature model of the hospital was on display, flags and pennants were a-flutter marking the outlines of the :>l! acres being given the hospital by the South Florida Crippled Children's Society, which for many years has been providing braces, surgical dressings, and other necessities ten counties. 'On Monday the corporation inaugurated a two week period to be known as '100 per cent Organisation membership period.' during which time organizations of t ten counties are asked to chock their membership to ascertain whether every member has taken a membership at one dollar per person in each family." It is urged that everyone come forward at this time so that the B'nai B'rith effort will make the best showing of any membership organization in Dade County. Send your subscriptions of ONE DOLLAR for each member of your family or your firm. Many are making special contribute, g Send in your Jews, who had contributed to the controlled Polish press features America, has accepted an invitaW. 28th Road, or*to Burnett Roth Polish war chest prior to the Nazi daily anti-Jewish editorials and tion from President Roosevelt to Seybold Bldg. LET US SFF YOIR invasion of that country, were exalleged news stories, which frerepresent American Jewry in inI ^AME HERE NEXT WEEK ecuted by the Gestapo in Naziquently result in anti-Jewish riots, ter-faith peace consultations with Contributors for the week of occupied Poland. Since the Nazi The police offer Jews no protecthe Government. Rabbi FinkelMay 8 are: invasion of Poland, Gestapo agents tion whatsoever Cv-\ t'vr I stein succeds the late Dr. Cyrus p r .' > ,\' 0 tf S,y cknowlelReil $2: :.n have been hunting sympathizers mentors. A f-r a* Jo-i-i, s-it-jtive. I (ton^ued' on Page 5) U0



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r.jr PAGE TWO Tmt JEWISH TLOBIPIAH FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1910 ft SOCIAL AC11VITIES RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor^ WEDDING SOLEMNIZED The marriage of Miss Sybil Gainer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morrie Moaa and her son Irwin, newij Harry Gafner of New York, to i c ft for Chicago where they will Leonard Schiff, son of Mr. and visit relatives and friends for a V, rs. Jacob Schiff, took place Sunmonth. day afternoon. May 12th at the I Cromwell Hotel with Rabbi ColBINGO PARTY man A. Zwitman officiating in the TO BE HELD presence of the immediate family. The Young Women's Hebrew --. %  --,.. chair The bride was attended by M A riation will hold a bingo parance. Mis Leon L* ^ ^^ I, en Schiff, sister of the groom, t y Sunday evening, May 19th at man. Mildred R lgmaid of honor. A reception will B :30 P. M. at the V. M H. A. Shochet .> 1 • • %  Sunday evening at the building l5 67 S. W. 5th St., with stem; iroo I <*. l, rae of the groom's parents, Bll Mrs, Leon Lieberman, general Josepl |F V F COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN SwU, APPOINTED T N Sy !" hwarU npanied l !" J.-— %  £*£ „ v M „. Max SchwarUand Mrs. "-—JJi*^ board meeting at the I oi Mrs. Maun.,Gr< -nan. at which time M^s Innr ( ohen, pre* „ted committee chairman members, for the coming A were Mrs. Le n L ror Home Camp; num ber of ing. Presented on the prograr HlKh >'"; After a month's were SUnley C. Myers, p, Junior Hadassah. Alter a n> pal ,. up ie will %  '"0f£,cc 1 1 ine Kanter, Miss Helen I friends are inMrg g A N ,. wman ^ mony. Abraham A. Kellner. The SL RTY GIVEN munity singing was led by Mr. I Surprise party in b • '•"ST* uv ,,„ v Second birthday was giv n were served following the tein by I d. gram. ( ^ # a the home oi ** r \J !" 8I INOZA FO RUM Sunday evening. M> 18 • %  11 me UJ in*giwu> .. %  ....... — Espanola Way, Miami Beach. All chairman, in charge of arrangefriends are cordially invited to atmo nts. Assisting Mrs. Lieberman tend. The couple reaidea at 1526 are Miss Irene Cohen, ticket chairylvania Ave., Miami Beach, man; Mrs. Jean Seitlin, publicity; • • • U nd Mr. and Mrs. Jules Wilson. CARD PARTY TO BE HELD The Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will sponsor a card party Sunday evening, May 19th at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. William Clein, 1860 S. W. 4th street. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. J. Schonfield and Mrs. G. August. Refreshments will be served and various card games played. All who will be in charge of the bingo games. Cash and door prizes will be awarded. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • • SPEAKER AT LUNCHEON Dr. Alfred Augustine, prominent specialist in oral surgery, was the guest speaker at the Miami Business and Professional Women's Club Luncheon May 1th at Sarah Sh( h I • %  %  MrSl Mildred Ru • as sisted by Mrs. Joseph Schaeffer; library, Mrs.Joel Belov, chairman; membership. Mrs. Maurice Cressman, city, and Mrs. .1 seph A. Herman. Heac,S chairmen; program, Mrs. Sadie Weinberg, chairman, assisted by Miss Sarah Shochet. and Mrs. Jules Wilson; decorations. Mrs. Jean Seitlin, chairman; refreshments. Mrs. Macy J. Levinson, chairman; hospitality. Mrs. Jean Seitlin. chairman, assisted by Mrs. Sam F.hrlich; and athletics. Mrs. Herman Waitsman. chairman. Any ladies interested in joining and dan< enj : ed • • MARRIAGE IS HELD TO MEET Dr. Abraham W< If sec nd in a aeries of I • he I '•• Iden Age ib .1 v s." Saturday '•r, \'v .i.ineof Miss Natal. before the Spinoza Forum on cr „L L,,*htei of Mrs. Gi I the lawn at 1059 Collins Avenue, Simons, daua ^^ whm ^ M aJ^s Samuel Roth I K Solomon Ibn Babirol wiil be told. York.' was held Wednesday eveThe Spinoza Forum alao me. Tuesday evenings when heall runs are discussed and W. lay evening! when Astronomy is the subject. An open forum follows the lectures. The public is ning at 1 P. M. at the home of the bride's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. ami Mrs. Saul S. Cohen. Miss Simons is a graduate of Miami .High School and president of the lota Chi sorority. Mr. Roth was|tnvited Tnere ia no charge. graduated from New York Law School. Following a honeymoon I trip, the couple will resile in New York. various card games played. All LIUO uuncucvu ., -* --• requested to members and friends are cordially lYaeger-s Roof. H,.subject was hM* ub neq invited to attend. The proceeds I 'Relationship of Dental Infection will be given to the Shuh to Systematic Disease." ^ CAMP WOHELO for GIRLS 85 miles from Washington, D. C, 60 miles from Baltimore. Md: in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. WANTED! ELEVENTH SEASON OPENS JULY 1st For informati n helpful to you and your daughter-, write or phone OWNER and DIRECTOR BERTHA LEVY 1625 S. W. 15th Street MIAMI. FLA. Phone 2-59 ti communicate with Mrs. Mildred Rubenstein, chairman or the glee club. The regular meeting of the Y. W. will be held Wednesday evening, May 2;'th at the Y clubrooms at 8:30 P. M. Details will be published in next week's issue. • • • WEDDING TO TAKE PLACE The marriage of Miss Miriam Schindler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schindler. 5990 N. E. 5th Court, to Edward I.eveii. son of Mr. and Mrs. 11 y man l.even. 7826 N. E. 1st Avenue, will take place Sunday afternoon. May 26th at the Beth David Synagogue at 8 P. M. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Following the ceremony a reception will be held at the home of the bride. Mr. Leven attended Miami High school, Oakridge Military Academy and Duke University. Miss Schindler graduated from Miami Edison Senior TO ATTEND CONVENTION Rabbi Solomon Sadowsky. cofounder of the Mizrachi in Miami, has been chosen to represent the Greater Miami Mizrachi District at the National Convention. • • PROGRAM WELL ATTENDED M,re than six hundred persons wen present at the gala Mother's Day pr gram Sunday evening at Temple Israel sponsored by Shol. m Lodge B'nai B'rith with the Women's Auxiliary of B r.ai B'rith. Senior Council of Jewish Women Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Associations participal German Refugee Famih badly needs furniture of all kinds, that is in usable condition. PLEASE COOPERATE: PHONE 2-1111 or write BOX 2973. MIAMI Immediately THE GATEWAY TO HEALTH DR. FREDERICK BUTLER Dietetic Chemistry Naturopathic Physician CHIROPRACTOR 463 41st St.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-7808 GOINGS OUR WAY? 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< FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1940 THE J1WHH FLORIDI AN "^-'-' PAGE THREE —as—J— %  MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION lB4o G. W Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3 5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m. 5:45 p. m. Friday evening: services, 6:30 p m. Shabbes: 9 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. JOYOUS TIDINGS The day for which we have been hoping is at hand and by the grace of our Almighty Fa her we are privileged to behold the work on our Synagogue started. There were tears of joy in the eyes of the members of the committe who B i|. i-vised the beginning of this noble venture, as they recited with the Rabbi the age old prayer and benediction of Shechyonu. This happy circumstance which no doubt will be marked with satisfaction by the entire Jewish community, fills us anew with hope that we shall he enabled to carry out our appointed tasks of erecting a sanctuary unto the Ird in this splendidly growing community. We are grateful for the sacred opportunity that when others are bent to destroy, we are privileged to build. CORNERSTONE CEREMONIES PLANNED The building committee is happy to announce that progress on our recently begun Synagogue Structure is most satisfactory and that we are ready to celebrate the laying of the cornerstone Sunday afternoon, May 20th at 1:30 p. m. This day coincides with the traditional observance of Lag B'Omer and will lend a festive color to the celebrations. The committee in charge of arrangements headed by our worthy president, Mr. H. M. Drevich, is making elaborate preparations to arrange a moat beautiful and inspiring affair details of which will be announced in next weeks issue of The Jewish Floridian. We ask our many friends to reserve the early part of Sunday afternoon for this unique ceremony and to be our gueatS at the proposed celebrations. Our heartfelt thanks and blessings are extended to th se who stood by up to the present and to those who will aid us in the difficult period that lies yet ahead of us. SUNDAY SCHOOL NOTES Final examinations in all classes of the Sunday School will be held Sunday from 10 to 12 in ithe clubrooms of the Y. M. H. A. The testa will be given by the {teachers under the supervisi n ol Rabbi Kellner. (losing exercises will he held in the Synagogue Sunday night, May 26th at 7:30 P. M. In charge of the closing exercises will be Mrs. George Chertkof, superintendent of the School. LADIES AUXILIARY CARD GAME The Ladies Auxiliary will have a card game Sunday evening. May 19th in the home of the p res id nt Mrs. William ('loin, at I860 S. W 4th Street. Hostesses for the 1 evening will be Mrs. G. August an I Mrs. J, Schoenfeld. A most cordial invitation is extended to all. IN THE SYNAGOGUE During the coming week our Congregation will be busy with the preparations for the forthcoming cornerstone laying ceremonies. In order to permit Rabbi Kellner to devote his entire time | to this important task Rabbi Abraham Cluck, who is living in our midst and who has been kind 'enough to assist us in the past has again graciously consented to preach the serin 'ils. conduct the Aruch classes and lead the services during this busy period. J. N. P. COLLECTION Jewish National Fund Flag Day will be observed throughout the entire country and the children of our Sunday School are anxious to join in this sacred venture. We earnestly request our people to help these little messengers of to ti as Haarctz who do their best for the cause of our people and their land. RARBI KELLNER DELEGATED Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner has been designated by the Rabbinical Association to represent them at the Board of the Federation t i the coming year. MAZEL TOY | We are happy to extend sincere congratulations to Mr. and Mrs, Sam Trusiman upon the birth of their son. May they raise him in good health and happiness. HABONOTH NOTES The Habonoth Buds are holding I election of officers for the coming year Tuesday afternoon at •l o'clock in the Synagogue, At the same time plans will be completed for the Mother and Daughter Tea which will mark their closing meeting for the summer months. Further details of this affair will be found in next week's issue. The Habonoth Girls of the Blue and White are happy to announce that several of their members have achieve! their letters awarded for religious achievement. At their next meeting, held in the Synagogue Monday afternoon, at I o'clock final plans for their outing Will be discussed. BOARD MEETING A board meeting of the Miami .lewis!. Orthodox Congregation has been called by the president. Mr. II. M Drevich, for Tuesday evening, .May 21, at the Shul, LS4S S. W. Mr I St All members are urged to Attend as important business will be transacted. SOCIETY BABY BORN Mr and Mrs. Leonard Beldner announce the birth <>' a baby daughter Susan Fern Thursday May 9th at Jacksonville Memorial Hospital. Both mother and baby are doing fine. Mrs. Beldner is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin of 1923 S. W. 18th street. • • a MARRIAGE TAKES PLACE Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cone announce the marriage of their daughter, Dorothy to Alfred S. Joseph Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. A'fred S. Joseph of Louisvi] e. Ky.. which took place Tuesday afternoon in the home of Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan who officiated. Following the ceremony the couple left for I. luisville where they will reside. • • • FAMILY CLUB MEETS The regular meeting of the Family Club was held Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar. Mr. Sol G-MAN CHIEF KAILS JEWISH YOUTH'S WAR ON CRIME J. Edgar Hoover (seated), director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, is shown accepting from Benjamin Bark in (left), assistant executive director of the A'eph Zadik Aleph. B'nai B'rith's youth organization, and Irving Levitas (right I. cultural director, a copy of AZA's A| ril cultural program on 'Youth and Law Enforcement," which is designed to afford Jewish youth an opportunity to analyze law enforcement agencies as factors for the maintenance of American democracy, Schwartz. president. appointed Miss Ida Schwartz publicity chairman; Miss Aili-'c S 'gall, program; Sidney Segall, by-laws; and Mrs. Jack Schwartz, arrangements. Following the busin smeeting a program dedicated to Mothers was presented with Louis Leibovitz as master of ceremonies. Included on the program were Mrs. Philip Segall. Mrs. J k Schwartz. Mrs. I'a.il Silver! in, Miss Adele Segall. and Mrs. .-idor Fine. After the program refreshments were si r | and a social hour was enjoy : • • • VI SITS HERE Mr. Irving K tor of Brooklyn, N. Y.. is visit 1 ; with his brotherin-law and s ter, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Scheinb.. m. During his visit he will fly t i Cuba. • • ELECTED OFFICER David Roller was elected president of the Junior Law Schoi 1 i t the University of Miami. He served as president of the Freshman (lass during the past year. Mr. Roller is the brother of Mrs. Murry Grossman of Miami Beach. • • • MIZRACH1 PICNIC TO BE HELD A special meeting has been called of the Men's and Women's divisions of the Miami Beach Mizrachi Thursday evening, May 23, at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, when final plans for the Lag B'Omer picnic will be complet"d. The picnic will be held Sunday, May 2Gth at Greynolds Talk beginning at 10 A. M. until 6 P. M. Transportation will be furnished and lunch, fruits, drinks, etc. will be supplied at the picnic grounds. Further details will be announ.id in next week's issue. I RETURN'S FROM CRUISE Miss Nornia I.ee Simpson returned to Miami Beach after an eleven day cruise to South America. ^ I /



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/ • %  1 PAGE FOUR THK JEWISH FLOKIDIAN FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1940 fcJemsti Hcriidlian PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Second Avenue f J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor 3 FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 187V OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, West Palm Beach Representative SUBSCRIPTION One year — Six Mcnths 11.00 11.00 One of our brother members of Sholem Lodge, who has been named as a delegate and who is going to the B'nai B'rith convention to be held in Roanoke, Virginia, called me up and asked whether there are any winter sports at this time of the year in Roanoke, as he world like to take his ice skates and skis along. Another member has called up and asked whether it might be a good idea to take food along as there might be a scarcity of food if Roanoke is a small town We have ii from good authority, namely our own Brother Ike Levin, thai Roanoke is a large city and is the m si beautiful city, especially at this time of the year, tin the United Statesnext to Miami. Brother Ike Levin lived in Roanoke for a number of years and to him it is another home it should In a push-over for B or Ike Levin to be elected as our next president of the Fifth District as he will have the adva lhis comment is si.k at heart over the bestial German invasion Bge ,„• engaging his other brethof Belgium and the Netherlands, 'l'here is little we can add to what ren on home grounds and while we MAY 17, 1940 VOLUME 13—No. 20 B'NAi KM'H T NOTES by Harold Turk Guest Columnist Abe Aronovitz Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAi J. MIEOF) SLEEP NOT! the voice of the civilized world has already uttered in condemnation Of the blood thirsty war unleashed on these little Lowland Countries. Rut let this continent not be too self-righteous in its feeling of horror. For there are aspects of the situation that could have been saved by the countries of the New World, numerous phases of the refugee problem. But how in Cod's creation can civilized people after being confronted in every move they make with these present dayevents, let happen the recent occurrence in North Florida. Knowing full well the value of Democracy, the sacredness of its traditions, the grave danger that ill result in its undermining, the people of North Florida for some unknown reason let a candidate known to represent everything that iindecent and distasteful, everyare on the subject of Brother I., irin I might add that he has virtually guaranteed that the 1941 District Convention will be held here in Miami. To you Delegates who are g ling to the convention, you may anticipate two distinct phases of affairs : t theionventi in. One phase will be the very important and serious business before us which will call on us as never bef ire to exi keen foresight and goo,I judgm< • On the other hand there will .be the social side of the c n thing that bears evidence of hate and intolerance survive the first prition with d tainmary in Ma campaign for a s, a t ;,, n,,Florida legislature. ..Running >"'"' and other activities v campaign on a platform of antl-semitism, disseminating literature xvil undoubtedly make thi tion one that will Ii numbered. Of a similar nature and preaching trouble wherever he i scoundrel has been permitted to tool and mislead a disinterested pubj c The di-enfranchisemen, by themselves sure,, lhe ,aek of %  : ; „"/;,;' tet; ...teres, In matters that represent the very Inundation „f ,i u future night is any sij of ourselves aid our civilization. of the .which will prevail at the %  iiplishments will be V l' n ;t..j I .. : i %  •. non. our aecoiiiplishnii from h • nd '^ <""'> %  -'•" — withdraw the veil nding and from Mhind Which this candidate hides and present to the area a, All of the large the true facts. A decisive defeat at the polls will tell the world at large that we who are grateful for our rights and liberties realize haVe becn made ; '"' 1 wiii "'" and appreciate the value of a true democracj and are doing our share '•""'' '"''''' M "">' to protect it. *• Mri nave covered in this column • — ___ a | leas once and the matter was discussed at our last meeting. If their .Mothers. The there are any questions that th" Junior Hadassah By Elsie Kronenfeld Last Monday night, May 13, Junior Hadassah honored their Mothers in a special program. Helping us were the Young Judaea group of Beth David and the Beach. The different girls give their Mothers certificates stating that a tree had been memory of meeting v ularly nice with de ) e atea would like to ask, please a record attendance. We sincerely hope our Mothers enjoyed it as call me at once at my office; thi number is 3-7768. and you will be taken care of. In closing I want to thank the Dont forget, folks, this Sunofficers and members of B'nai day, May 19th at 9 P. M. at the I! ,ith who have cooperated so well much as we wished them to. Wofford Hotel, we will hold our May Day Dance. The Hotel is located at 24th and Collins. We'll all dance to the music of a prominent orchestra. All of us are wonstaung mat a tree had been i • .,, — — %  •planted in Palestine m their honI??", Wh wiU be ehost n Q ue !" or. Among those giving gifts ? !" J^ he ceremonious events. were Pauline Querido and Bettv "* K n ? to M b e ne u f lhe %  ** %  Uaky who also planted a tree in St *"**" M a "" haS evcr "* n their Father's name; Anita and Ruthie Bernstein followed suit with a tree for their Father and M .her both; Anita Cohen. Shana 1-evinsohu. Jeinette and Thelma Kronenfeld, Rose Kasanoff, Hilda Breakin and Harriette Damenstein were among those who presented their Mother or Mother-in-law with these tree certificates which represent the rehabilitation of the Palestinian lands. Rosalyn Klein and Mary Goldstein gave trees in er seen. Be sure and don't miss it. If you do, you'll be sorry. with me In arranging for the convention and for the selection of the delegates. To you members who -re not going to convention you will probably have your regrets • and those of you who are going, you will be telling everybody else about it when you return. We will be back by Wednesday and with us Will be the new Fifth District President. Ike Levin. Abe Aronovitz • I have spoken to a number of members who attended our last business meeting Tuesday night, and it is the unanimous opinion of all, that it was one of the finest, most spirited and most interesting meetings that they have ever attended And why should it not have been? The Seder (Continued on Page 8) THERE AND HERE We note that it's still Hitler who decides who's an Aryan At least, that's the only explanation we can find for his awarding the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross to Coering's genealogically non-Aryan right-hand man. General Ehrardt Milch ... If it's any consolation to you. it was Milch who directed the operations of the Nazi air force in Norway Those new immigration restrictions of the Philippines are directed not only against the Japanese, as you've been reading, but also against refugee Jews and Spaniards, many of whom have been trying lo gel into the Islands i.lust to make the Czechs happy the Nazis are planning lo build a new university al Prague in the shape of a swastika ... A local gagman claimthai Hitler views Norway, home of the purest ol Nordics, aErsatz Israel Vnd in the next breath asks whether, in the event of war in the Near Bast, the oil from the Haifa pipeline will be able to -month the troubled Haters of the Mediterranean ... \ Broadwa) says that Hitler's invasion of Holland is motivated by his desire for a sunken living-room. YOU SHOULD KNOW When Rene Blum, brother of the former French premier, left New York on the camouflaged lie de France not long ago. as one of the three passengers on her dash through peril) us seas, he left with the purpose i f his Ann' i, an i isit unfilled ... II. d |() arrange foi an American seafamous C >medie Francaise, but found no takers i t he '•'•' i k for Walter U in hell was to term 'R< %  %  ;. quoted i irnal as pan a Broo .' Co irt in a dh ip of the n that listen in on his broi d be ini reasing W. \\ ,' s .. His biggi the week incidentally, v is the news that the B paigi country will si I up a committee which Will include Jews too Apparently all's fair in hate and war Down South they're getting quite alarmed at the recrudesence of the Ku Klux Klan The political tension in the air in this campaign year has something to do with it. the idea being to do away with liberalism in this country by fair means or foul All of which remind-, us to tell you that Supreme Co,,,-; Justice Hugo Black, whose enemies ti ied to brand him as a Ku Kluxer at the time of his appointment to the high bench, has just chosen a Jewish boy. Marks L) .y. v.ho ig graduating from the Harvard Law School this year, to be his new secretary • Missionary circles will be interested to learn that the anti-Semitic Roman newsl"''Regime Fascist*) interprets the antiwar attitude of the Osservatore Romano, the Vatican's newspaper, as indicating that this ultra-Catholic organ is being directed by J 'ws ... It was Arthur Hays Sulzberger, publisher of the New York Times, who mixed the project of renting out space in Times Annex to P. M., the new afternoon daily due in Manhattan next month ... So P. M. is taking space elsewhere on Times Square, in the Hillman Building, which bears the name of the publisher of P'ierre van Paassen's "Days of Our Years" Which reminds us that the Palestine chapter of van I'.iassen's book is being brought out as a separate volume by a committee of Zionists, who want to circulate it in large numbers —x— THIS AND THAT August will see the birth of the Jewish Readers' Digest, which will be edited by B. Z. Goldberg and David Goldberg The two Goldbergs, incidentally, aren't related to each other The driving force of the \merican Federation for Polish Jews is M. Maidwin Fertig, N. Y. State Transit Commissioner, who after the Federation's forthcoming convention will set to work to streamline the organization Now that Presidet and Mrs. Roosevelt have been presented with a painting entitled "Rebirth of the Holy Ijind" by Arye I#o Peysach of Palestine. Meyer Weisgal, director of the Palestine Pavilion at the WKrld's Fair, hopes they will have a special interest in visiting the Krctz Israel exhibit this sea son On the Zionist front all is quiet The only indication tluit peace and light don't as yet reign supreme is the fart that Prcxv Solomon Goldman is devoting i i more attention to the Unitewish Appeal than to ZOA affairs FOR FILM FANS Now Charlie Chaplin, no doubt to remind us that his "Di -a'..*" film is .ins; about Ij to be i'i-i.-. nted to the I. adopted his t lothbrush n tache as a popularity n i uring that if pe iple loved Charlie for it they'd i him too The funny part of it is, that in Na/.iI, at least, the idea Be to have worked Pen lleeht's ambitious plans for producing m ivies in New York are all off The reason being the non-cooperation of the bank which owns the studios he was planning to lease But he is doing well by himself in Hollywood, having re eived 15,000 smackers for three days' work not so long ago — so he should worry • Just to give you an idea of how jittery people are even in this country we'll relay to you a story about one of the actorj who plays a stormtrooper in the anti-Nazi film "Four Sons." now being shot in Hollywood this quasirmtrooper wanted to do Ig one day. and lid spare only a few minutes for the purpose, so he didn't bother bo take off his costume when he went down the street to the store he wanted to patronize And the Jewish shopkeeper nearlyhad nervous prostration, thinking that "it" had happened here. *-=*V I )* >



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-r< FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1940 THE JEWISH FLOR1D1AN PAGE FIYB THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) Since Sunday, May 5th, the day of our dedication program, the completed. We urge everyone to patronize the bingo game at the HOSPITAL DRIVE PROGRESS TOLD (Continued from Page 1) Y • has been crowded day and cilities, with so may athletically night. Our new facilities have attracted so many more people to our Community Center that the house committee, of which your Y Sunday evening, May 19th. Ethel Shochct Norman A. Kossmuii ..', Sadye K. Romanian Norman A. Etoaman, Jr. SftU66 Jo KoK.snum .. Iul.xe Seuholill Abraham V. BlOOh \ Mrs. Abraham K. Bloch. Abe Kubin Mrs. Abe Kubin Max Azar l*ena Azar 1.00 1.00 1 00 1.00 1.00 1 00 l.oo 1.00 ] III. 1.00 1.00 1.00 Harold Kovner t .,, 10.00 Harry Ballon Hose Askin ....'. Ueorgc Maynard Robert Armstrong Marvin [Trecdman Harry Feltman H Chas. Cohen Robert LantI THE FORUM On Thursday evening. May 16 scribe is chairman, is confronted Dr. Samuel Beckman led this with a difficult task. With so'group in a discussion on "Prim1 *' folnollii "..'..'.'.['. many divisions in the Y, with boys litive Faith," which proved very | and*mnie feidm**:".''.'".. and girls, men and women of all j interesting. Dr. Beckman, who is K,'i'i„ l^ndflel'd" "'""'"' '' ages anxious to use athletic fachairman of the cultural commitS ettle gt Hal ^ er ••.•••...'. inclined boys and girls anxious to tee, has taken a keen interest in Ben Wexler '.'.'!! athletic field, a situation \ this group and was greatly amazed the use arises which is unique in the anna!.f the Y. M. H. A. However, we arc trying to solve the problem "in the best way. On Tuesday night, last, a meeting was held by the rules cornin office of the executive diiector. Those present were Harry Schwartz, chairman; Mrs. Al Reisman. Miss Irene Cohen and Mr. i man. A schedule is being arranged wherein a certain time will be set for groups of certain ages for the athletic field. In • a weeki the rules will be completed and a copy of same will Inprinted and distributed to each number uf the Y. In the meantime, We ask those coming to the IThonia.-. II Marie II ml.in Mull.-r at the progress that was made in &lT j"" 1 Mrs. i,.,, Elserist'eln; ._!.,,.,, %  -'i'" Solomon so short a time by this group, Rudy R. Adler It is a fine example that this "'airneu A '".'.'. division has set and we hope and %  ,'•" •I 1 ',' 1, IwniinY'. 1 M. Sellgman expect many and better things Wanl* u from them ill the near future. So Ea?l" l.ym 1 bl '" B much for the culture of this group. \, 1 oo 100 1.00 1.00 1.00 l.oo 1.00 1.00 1.00 J.IIO 1 0" 1.00 1 00 1.IHI [.00 2.50 1.00 2.00 1.00 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 M. E. lttfc Itreet Office Phone t-77tt RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAM MM Indian Creek DrWe—<-ltM H( N. K. list St.—I-M4S MIAMI BSACH MIAMI Either er both of the Rabble win be la the Temple every noralne;. Tou may eoneult with them oe mattere concerning the Jewla (outnltr. or yeur pei aonal problems. Tou will be eaaured eympe.th.etle hearlnc and advice, and, needleee to eay, each matter will be held l etrlct cintH.no.. CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from -.he congregation."—Hillel. And for the social side, the Foriini has planned a reception at the home of one of our members, to be held on Decoration Hay. May 30th. This party is for members only so won't you come in w ith us'.' • • Y ATHLETIC CLUB All members of the Y Athletic Club will meet at the Y Sunday evening, May 19th, This group Y to be patient and cooperate consists of hoys between the ages with us. of 1'! to lii years under the leadership of Lou Safan, athletic chairman. DIAMOND BALL This is the diamond ball seasun and the Y; as of yore, will be right out in front. Presently. JUNIOR DIVISION Miss Nataleah Simon, former Kid n >' H KM, ;I %  : K %  • 1 III/. > K nl in IliOIKi U 12 i i .. tllenn I >. will ..\ i Paul Blni-H .'. J. Bernard H i Silver Sidney I., 'V ,'u i Mrs Sidn< I :. oiift N.ii Kline Levin Mi-. I. Sam Ei troff .....'.' Ml S:i m Et'l off Milton Feller 1 i %  i Ohei Ikof Sylvia Cherlkof Stanley Ivan %  li.t t'kof Arthur .M. Kahn Rerts Jowe'ph' Lens W Chi km""" Rambara -• %  A, Chalkln Herman l^efkowlix Mrs. Herman l., fkow'lii Oertrrt W i I: '•""'"""'•'i' there are several leagues that desecretary of this group, joined the L Toubj '".'.".'.' to have us participate and Holy Bonds of Matrimony when H o! Rnmsev" I'" l.. McCall'n I! W. 'I Jacob \V si,.,.| a decision will be made as she was married w> Mr. Jack R th I which league we shall enter, of New York City At a meeting In tin meantime, all persons inheld last Monday evening. Miss ii III joining our diamond Naomi Grossman was elected seclull team please commulcate with retary to succeed Nataleah, I.ou Safan at the Y. • &f HOME (AMI' of the Home i 'amp will commence Monday, dune 17th at \. M. In view of our sueason last y, ar w ith this project, many appli received from campers. SABBATH EVE SERVICES Friday evening. May 17th at 8:15 P. M, the sermon. "An Eye for An Eye and a Tooth for a be delivered by Dr. Jacob 11. Kaplan. Services conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitnian. SABBATH MORNING SERVICES per person. For tickets call Harry Interpretation of Weekly PorGordon, chairman of the affair, tion by Rabbi Colman A. Zwiunan 2-4030; Harry Boyell, 2-4171; Dr. and the services will he conducted Alfred Augustine, 3-3511; Myron by Dr, Jacob II. Kaplan with parM. Newman. 3-8641; J. E. I-'reehticipation of Confirmation Class, ling, 4-5616; Dr. Albert RosenMazel Tov to Mr. and Mis. Jack Roth. I %  Taylor PVIti Ruhr Sun IM I. i.ii,1 P. S R C. F. Dei r • i. :..tm inn 1,011 1.00 I nil 1 .I'll 1.00 1 ."II I.OO Tooth," will 1.00 l.oO 1.00 • 1.00 i n i I,., I mi 1 mi 1.00 l.oo I 11,1 1.00 00 l.oo | Ml 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 I ...I 1.00 25.00 l 00 1.00 1.00 1 00 i.oc 1 Mil .00 1 00 1 nil I.nil 1.00 1.11,1 1.00 1 (111 1. 00 1 00 MOONLIGHT BAIL The Men's Club of Temple Israel will hold their most important event of the year Tuesday evening. May 28th, 1940, in the form of a Moonlight sail on the "Seven Seas"' boat, leaving 1'ier 8 al 9:00 P. M. Dancing to the music of an orchestra, community singing, refreshments for all. Prizes, games, eats, all included in the single admission of $1.00 RADIO Sunday afternoon. May 19, the Radio program over WIOD at 3:00 o'clock. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will conduct the Jewish Hour of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. Musical program will be furnished by Temple Israel choir. CONGREG VTIONAL DINNER Wednesday evening, May 2'2 the annual congregational meeting will be held at 8:00 o'clock preceded thai. 2-48 l'J; and 13. \V. Slote 72211. IN M E.MORI AM May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us. At the services this Friday eveningi the memory of the following Will be hallowed: Yahrzeits: Fruma Freed, mother of Mrs. Harry Nevius; David Liebling, father of Mr. Norman Lidding; Philip Applehaum. father of Mr. Irving R. Applebaum; .11(13 mi %  I A NEW Dl\ ISION IN THE Y A • i w division of young ladies • 19 and .".ii has been organized and held a meel w eek in the m" thi execul Many As our facilities are limited, the interestin] are planned ..'. will, of necessity, have for them and all girls restricted. We, therefore, for this group r< ts who are Inl ing their i hilai i %  mp I communicate v. ith %  i man at oni < and i r child. the added facilities at the \ camp life this year wi 1 be ejoyable. Mrs. Ann I Mr. Maurice I man. executive dire, Pear] Reisman is sponsor for this group. POLITICAL BRIEFS Marshall Wiseheart candidate rislature in Group Two from Dade County, Coral believes thai the community demands thai Ii I should be chosen who will ; theii h mi -: ai I I nils solving exHe is a member Mrs. of thi A — iation of which h<' has been a director for past three years and is active in civil by a buffet supper a! 6:00 o'clock. Sigmund Wolf, father of .Mrs. The supper will be Bervi I under Henry 1. Williams; Louis WeinSisterhood auspices and will be burgh, father of Mrs. Arthur tree to Temple members. The Treister; Harry Kaufman, father meeting will feature annual reof Mr. Harry Kaufman; Joseph ports on all activities in our TemJacobus and Alice Jacobus, fi well as liahliis" i d and mother of Mrs. Day J. Apte, electioi rs and hoard Mrs. M. Ah in Cuie and Mr. I members for the ensuing year. ard Jacobus. G g E. Mi 'askill, candidate for Judge of the Circuit Court in the second primary, has been a NEWS 'ROUND TOWN Dr. Harold Rand, our camp physician, and Milton A. Friedman. chairman of the Camp Comour past president, are patiently mittee, has been working incesawaiting their respective wedding practicing attorney of more than Bantly preparing the building for days, • Have you visited the new twenty eight years and a resident the campers. This year we have Y cafeteria'.' By all means do SO of Miami for the same time. He added a new department, a kinder'and see tinmniire de hotel, Lou has served as attorney for the garten department where childSafan. and ask him for his speBoard of County Commissioners, ren from the age of five yeais Will be directed under the guidance of a trained kindergarten teacher. Many new projects have been added to the curriculum. A head cousellor will be selected sponsorship at Temple Israel last shoitly assisted by a staff of asSunday night. It was an excellent sociate counsellors, laffair and we, of the V, are Each child will have to undergo .thankful and proud to have had a a physical examination by our small part in it. • Many memcamp doctor before being admithers of the Y. including your cials. ... A treat is in store for j City Attorney for Miami Beach you The Y congratulates Sho'and County Solicitor. He is adlem Lodge, B'nai B'rith for the mined to practice in all courts of splendid Mother's Pay program thai was conducted Under its led. Watch these columns for further week'y announcements. • • • Y. W. H. A. Mrs. .Joul BeloV, chainna of the library committee, announces that the YW has almost completed the plans for its library. After the bingo game which will be held scribe, the executive director, President Al Pallot, past president; Milton Friedman, and many others, will sojourn to Roanoke, Virginia as representative! of the B'nai B'rith, 6th District convention. • We are happy to see our ardent board member, Jack Apte, hark on the job alter a recent illon Sunday night, May 19th at the ness. Mrs. J. Apte is due back Y, many books will be purchased in Miami about the 20th of May for the library. It is planned to after flying to New York to attend the funeral of her Mother— Our condolence's. ry. It is pi have a dedication of the library as soon as the same will have been LETTER SERVICE .It L Iph r %  %  ; : i i lao-.; (I ( 14 m. "no*-!" 3 R4R7 Florida, in the Federal Court and the Supreme Court of the United lie is a member i Dade County and Florida State Bar A 1 : and is a Mason, F <) R F I. (i W E R S I () R SPECIAL i(i V S ION S McAllister, Florist 629 S. W. l-i St. Phone 2-3778 W. M. Elect a FAMILY MAN to Board of Public Instruction i N \A/ RIG H T of Starke \ Native Floridian and Lifelong Democrat CANDIDATE FOR STATE TREASURER Subject to Democratic Primary, May 28, 1940 TOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED VOTE RIGHT FOR WAINWRIGHT (Political Adv. Paid for by Friends) GLYOE A. ALLEN Lawyer for 21 Years With 9 Years in Dade County FOURTH DISTRICT Precincts 75 to 82 and 86 to 108 U'aid Political Adv.)



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: < 1 < : PAGH SIX THE JIWISM FLORIPIAJI FRIDAY. MAY 17, 1910 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Aranne and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabfel iU MichlKUl Avnn rhtrnt fc-llll MAURICE MAMCHtS. Oantr Hi Euclid Avenu* rhoin ft-aon SYNAGAGUE SERVICES SMachriss: Daily at 8 A. M.; Saturday at 8:30 A. M. Mincha: Daily at 6:45 P. M.; Friday and Saturday at 6:30 P. M. Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at 6:45 P. M. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on the portion of the week. Maariv: Daily at 7:15 P. M.; Saturday at 7:30 P. M. SABBATH SERMON Rabbi Mescheloff will preach this Saturday morning on the subject, 'From the Mount." Cantor Mamches will chant the services. %  MIZRACHI OUTING A special committee meeting was held Wednesday evening by the Miami Beach Mizrachi to make final arrangements for the celebration of Lag B'Omer this year. An anniversary meeting will be held jointly by the men's and women's divisions Thursday night, May 23rd. A picnic at Greynouds Park will be held from 10 A. M. to 6:00 P. M. Transportation for all comers is being arranged. Lunch, sandwiches, fruits, drinks, etc. will be supplied on the grounds. Various Jewish groups of Miami Beach are joining in this event to make it an anual commuity Lag B'Omer outing. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Final examinations in all classes will be held this Sunday morning. All children are asked to come promptly, as examinations will begin at once. Children absent from these finals cannot hope to receive a higher mark than "E" and will^e obliged to take a re-exam before admission into a higher class. Promotion exercises will be held Sunday morning, May 26. An interesting program has been arraged. Parents are invited to attend. The entire school will be taken immediately from the promotion exercises to the Lag B'Omer outing at Greynolds Park under the care of our faculty of daily and Sunday teachers. Children cannot go to this outing unaccompanied by their teachers. Transportation and refreshments will be free to all children enrolled in our school. Transportation costs for parents will be nominal. BRISS A large attendance came to the circumcision ceremony for the son of our cantor. William Zelten. Rabbi U. Felshin was the mobel. Mr. and Mrs. Frank were gevater and gevatterin. Rabbi Mosheloff was sandek. Refreshments were served at the House of Abrams. We all wish the cantor and his wife that they may bring up the young man L'Torah l'Chuppah uI'Massim Tovim. REFUO SHLAYMO Our earnest prayers go up to the Divine Healer for the health of Dr. B. DeKoven who this week left for a Chicago hospital. We are glad to report that Mr. A. J. Tobin is slowly but definitely improving in health. We wish him a full and speedy recovery. NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN A board meeting of the Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women, will be held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at the Barcelona Restaurant. SIM Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. All old and new board members are cordially invited to attend. Following the board meeting Mrs. Benjamin Le Vine, president of the Miami Chapter, will tender a luncheon to the board members at 12:30 P. M. Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page 4) | the ages of thirteen and sixteen I under the supervision of Mrs. Al jReisman, have a varied program of activities on their schedule. At present they are working on pantomime play entitled "The Lamp Went Out." MISS IRENE COHEN newly elected president of the Young Women's Hebrew Association. SOCIETY JNF DINNER TO BE HELD The Jewish National Fund Dinner sponsored by the Greater Miami Zionist Council will be held during the month of June for the purpose of raising funds for the purchase of land in Palestine. Mrs. H. Seitlin, general chairman. and Mrs. Abraham Kellner, cochairman, are in charge of arrangements. Further details will be published in forthcoming issues. • • ENTERTAINS AT LUNCHEON Mrs. Louis Levinson entertained For the Finest in STRICTLY KOSHER Meats & Poultry PHONE 2-4994 MALEK'S 1832 S. W. Eighth St. Koolmotor GASOLENE and 0 I L S Acme Tires Cities Service Products ORANGE STATE OIL CO. twenty five guests at a luncheon Thursday, May 9th at her home honoring her daughter in law, Mrs. Harold Levinson whose marriage was a recent event. The honoree was presented with lovely gifts. Following the luncheon mah jongg and bridge were played. • TO REPRESENT CLUB Molka Reich. Dr. Adele Hampton and Mrs. Rose Ehrlich are representing as delegates the Miami Chapter at the State Convention of the Business & Professional Clubs which began Thursday and will last through Sunday. • • • CONCERT TO BE GIVEN The annual gala concert given by Mr. Abraham Bramson will be held Sunday evening, May 26th at Beth David Talmud Torah. Many prominent artists will assists Mr. Bramson. Tickets may be obtained from Mr. Bramson or at the door. The public is invited U> attend. • • • ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT The engagement <>f Miss Evelyn Melitzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Melitzer of Brooklyn, to Harry Silverman of 508 N. \V. 2nd Ave.. is being announced by her parents. The marriage will be an event of June. • • • VACATION FOR WEEK-END Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal and ABOUT PEOPLE • The rumor hereabouts is thai the current exhibition of Sholem Aaeh'a manuscripts at the Yale University Library is a prelude to his receiving an honorary degree from Old Eli's school ... It seems we were somewhat behind (he times when a few columns I ago. we told you of Mrs. Paul Ehrlich. widow of the scientist, being rather badly off • '• s true that her plight had been quite miserable, but in recent months she has received some thousands of dollars from private donors, as well as a fee from Warner Brothers, producer! "I the Ehrlich film Dr. Friedrich Wolf, anti-Nazi German uriter whose "Sailors of Cotarro and "Professor Mamlock" were played on Broadway some years ago, is ill in a concentration camp in Trance, and the French government refuses to let him go. although according to his friends. Wolf has a visa for Mexico and, his passage money is ready to IHpaid the second he is given his permit to leave That polished brass paperweight on New ^ ork Postmaster Goldman's desk originally was one of the doorknobs on the front gates of this city's old Post Office building Francine I.arrimore may get the leading role in the new Sinclair Ix-wis play, "Felicia Speaking" And the Twentieth Century-Fox film on Sergeant Sam Dreben. American Jewish soldier who achieved fame in Mexico, may have John Garfield as its star Did you know that the idea of issuing that new postage stamp featuring Stephen Foster, the famous composer of "Swanee River" and many other of the old familiar tunes, originated with band-leader Andre kostclanetz Y NOTES RED CROSS OFFICIAL REPORTS Washington (WNS)—Reporting to the annual convention of the American Red Cross. James T. Nicholson, Red Cross official and first American to be permitted into Warsaw by the Nazis, declared that "one-fourth of the population of Warsaw lacks adequate food." "Signs of malnutrition and hunger are evident there and in Cracmv," Mr. Nicholson said. "Om can so them in the pinched faces ;of children, the very prevalent inflamed eye-lids, sores on faces an luads and the emaciation of many of the aged. Even though food supplies were plentiful, many would be without the means to purchase them." ••Tile relief needs," he e md. "produced by the invasion • nd thi :. rribV !•.:..'.... '. • of Warsaw are very great Tl. .• have been sinC3 last Octobei come "i< 'i. ,ii.'; gn atly by 11 mas< dej 0! .ati ns of the 1' populations from the Poznan an Pomeranian districts." MRS. ANN LIEBERMAN newly elected vice president of the Y. W. H. A. and chairman of the bingo party to be held by the Y. W. Sunday evening, May 19th. BOWLING All members who have participated in the Bowling Ix-ague and those interested in joining are requested to be present at a meeting Sunday, May l'Jth at 1 P. H. Mrs. Maurice J. Kopelowitz, mah Jong champions of Miami, accompanied by Mr. G. Lou Mendelsohn and Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal, of Bridgeport. Conn., brother of Dr. Rosenthal, will spend the week at Shark River. Captain Ira llanock will be their guide. • • • VISIT ST. LOUIS Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz and daughter Bochelle Joy are visiting in St. Louis where they will remain for a month. While there they will attend the wedding of a niece Aafolyn Kopelowitz, formei winter visitor to Miami, and thi graduation of a nephew R B Kopelowitz from George Washington Cniversity Dental Scho 1. Y-ETTES This division organized December 16th, 1989 for girls between ELECT MARSHALL C. WISEHEART YOUR LEGISLATOR GROUP 2 Honest, Able and Intelligent Representation for Dade Count.v (Paid Political Adv.) Announcing the Opening of Two Summer Camps by Rabbi S. Wrubel, Director—for 1910 Season Camp Dellwood Camp French Broad for Jewish Girls for Jewish Boys Waynesville, N. C. Brevard, N. C. FROM JUNE 23 TO AUGUST 25 For Descriptive Booklet and Further Information Write RABBI S. WRUBEL BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA H^ TAKES OATH BEFORE ELECTION ROSGOE BR1STETTER FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE Group 1 Democratic Primary, May 28, 1940 Ability — Experience Judicial Temperament Your Vote and Support Appreciated Dade and Monroe Counties IPoUtlcaPAdv. Paid for bs l'. TIOBISTEIEIIIIT Your Next LEGISLATOR GROUP NO. 2 "Your Vote and Support Appreciated" (I>ai<] Political AJv.)



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FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN PAGE SEVEN E by JOSEPH A. BERMAN (The writer will be glad to answer any problem of his readers. Write to" him in care of this paper. MOW TO USE YOUR VOICE! You are Bitting in the waiting room "f a busy lawyer. His pn.:,,, office is directly connected. 1 he walls arc thin. The telephone rings incessantly. While you arc waiting your turn for a conference f yoll overhear several telephone conversations. You have never met this lawyer before. His voice rings out from the inner office. It impossible not tO listen. The ii mressions which you receive iile listening to your lawyer i.. k are at first vague and untied. You sense, however, his attitude towards the different cliB who call. This man must be an important person—note the tuni of deference he uses. With what patience and assurance he lains a legal technicality to %  .'. call* r. Sympathy is reted m the softened tone which he uses ill speaking to another :.i who is probably telling his troubles. These judgments are based upon his tone of voice quite as much as upon what it is he says, Before you go in to see him. you have already formed a fairly definite idea of what he is like." Voice is perhaps the most fluent medium through which we express our personalities. What we nave to say is secondary in importance to HOW we say it. The kindest words said in a harsh, shrill voice may give offense, while distasteful truths may be made palatable by a congenial and friendly tone. Granted that we can do nothing to change the fudamental structure of our mouths and vocal chords, still it is possible to utilize what we have to greater advantage. A rasping throaty or breathy voice does not necessarily point to some defect in anatomy. It may simply be the result of bad 1 speech habits built up during our lifetime. Children develop harsh, shrill voices from playing out of doors. Any mother will testify to the difficulty of trying to modulate her son's voice to the confines of the house. "Speak softly," "not so loud," "don't scream so," are phrases frequently heard in a household where there are healthy active children. The child tries hut quickly forgets. When the parent hits upon the scheme of modulating her own voice to a soft melodious tone and continues to speak to her child very' quietly and at a somewhat less rapid tempo than ordinarily, she finds that this is the most effective method of controlling the voice of the child. Children are naturally imitators, whether it be of what is said or how it is said. Screeching at a child to "be quiet" is a contradiction in itself. (In following issues, Mr. Berii.an will suggest essential steps m voice control.) ^r SUMMERV [RIPPIED&C1P5 John J. Lindsey, candidate for Judge of the Civil Court of Record, has been a practicing attorney for the past twenty-five years. He has represented Bade County in the State Legislature for the past four years, has served a term as Mayor of Miami Shores Village having been elected to this office for three consecutive terms. He was admitted to the Bar of Mississippi in 1912, to the Tennessee bar in 1918, Arkansas in 1915 and in Florida in 1927. He is a member of the Dade, Florida and American Bar Associations, a director of the Dade County Bar Association and is a member of the Delta Theta Phi fraternity. 19 years ago. He has been a practicing lawyer since 1916 and is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court and all Courts of the State of Florida. He is active in many civic, communal and fraternal organizations. He has contiuously engaged in the practice of law with offices in the Security Building. SOCIETY ( lyde A. Alien, candidate for the Board of Public Instruction from the 4th District of Dade County, is a lawyer with offices in (oral Gables, beginning the practice of law at Macon, Georgia in 1919 and coming to Miami in 1929. Mr. Allen advocates progressive, efficient and economical administration of public offices, civil service regulation under the merit system for full time public employees, with emphasis on maintenance and development of educational facilities for the future citizenship and a square deal for the teaching fraternity upon which this so largely depends. J. Tom Watson, candidate for the office of Attorney General of the State of Florida, was the winner with a large majority in the first primary. Mr. Watson resides at Tampa and is a widely known attorney. He states that as Attorney General he will represent the State in all legal matters but definitely not in the capacity of a prosecutor. Many rallied to Mr. Watson's candidacy in the first primary and a successful campaign is envisioned by his many friends. Candidate for Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida in Division "A," Roscoe Brunstetter, has been active in Miami communal projects being a resident of the local area since 1926. he was active in the establishment of the University of Miami, was general chairman of the reorganization committee of the present Dade County Community Chest and active member of many organizations. He believes that there is a definite work that he can do as Judge to help expedite justice and by eliminating delays and costly procedure to make proper court action available to all citizens upon terms of actual money costs that everyone can meet. Thomas B. Everhart, candidate for State Legislature Group 1 In the second primary, is a native Floridwn and came to Miami over VOTE FOR AND ELECT (Political GEO. E. roSKIL Candidate For JUDGE of the CIRCUIT COURT Advocates: Speedy, orderly, dignified and courteous administration of justice. Running to succeed Judge Worth W. Trammell AdTTtlemmt P*U* for r PrtimdiO^ W. M. (Bill) Wainwright, candidate for State treasurer in the second primary, of Starke, Florida, is a native Floridian and a lifelong Democrat. Mr. Wainwright accepted a position as auditing clerk in the Comptroller's office in 1921, three months later was appointed Abstract and Appropriation clerk; in 1922 was appointed one of the four State Hank Examiners; 1924 was one of the four state auditors; 1929 appointed as one of the assistant state treasurers; 1929 became State Bank Exeminer; 1934 became chief mortgage Risk Examiner for Florida for the FHA, and n 1937 was appointed State Auditor. Mr. Wainwright says "If the people of my native State see fit to honor me with this promotion, I promise them an honest, efficient and economical administration." MINIATURE CARNIVAL TO BE HELD The Kappa Pi Kappa Sorority is sponsoring a Miniature Carnival Friday evening May 17th at 8 o'clock at the home of Miss Eunice Roberts, 417 N. W. 18th Ave. Booths, games and dancing and general carnival enjoyment will be presented. Miss Joanne Solomon, general chairman, is being assisted by members of the sorority. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • SPONSOR PICNIC The Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine are sponsoring a picnic, luncheon and card parity, Sunday, June 2nd, beginning at i 12:30 P. M. at Hardie's ( Ocean Drive and 1st Strict. Miami Beach. Tickets are fifty cents per person and may he obtained from members or at the door. All members and friends are urged to attend as proceeds will go towards the emergency refugee fund. Further details will be announced in forthcoming issues. • • • CONVALESCES AT HOME Mrs. Julius Simpson is at home where she is convalescing from a recent illness. • • • BRIS IS HELD More than three hundred persons were present at the bris milah !of William Zelten, son of Rev and Mrs. Maurice Mamches, Sunday morning. May 12th in the new Synagogue of the Beth Jacob Congregation. Rabbi Uri Felshin officiated. Rev. J. Morganstern sang i the traditional blessings, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank were the quartern. Dr. I. A. Temple, assistant quater. and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff was the saundik. Mr. Harry Wasserman, vice president of the Congregation, and other officers and members were given honors. Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham A. Keillor were among the honored guests present. Many telegrams and letters were received. Following the services a reception was held at the Hotel Abrams with Mesdames Bee Warter, Mary Saal, Davis Becker, Albert Weisfeld, L. Abrams and Miss Ruth Feldman assisting in serving. DRINK NE H I P AR-T-P AK ROYAL CROWN COLA NEHI BOTTLING CO. 540 N. W. 24th St. Phone 3-6287 FOR SALE AT YOUR FAVORITE DEALER BUILD (.'RIPPLED CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL THIS SIMMER John J. Lindsey Candidate for Judge Civil Court of Record Re-elect CHARLES O. ANDREWS! UNITED STATES SENATOR Sen. Andrews has fought for and can be depended upon to continue fighting for: 1. Keeping: the United States out of war, except in defense of the Monroe Doctrine, and sufficient preparedness to make such a conflict Improbable. 2. The protection and development of Florida's agricultural products, particularly its winter fruits and vegetables. Sea Island cotton, and tobacco; the removal of all restrictions against the production of sugar in the State. 3. Permanent security for the aged, the blind, the disabled; adequate provision for disabled veterans, their widows and dependents. lohn J. Lindsey represented Dade County in the State Legislature for the past four years. Was in the forefront of every fight looking to the benefit of public welfare and of Dade County. Offers 25 years experience in the practice of law. With this background he is well qualified to hold the position he seeks. Paid Political Adv. i>> Friend ANT He Will Be Legal Advisor To The State And Not A County Prosecutor (Paid Political Advertisement)



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T ACB RIGHT CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI S FIONKKR CONGREGATION) THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN B NAI B'RITH NOTES (Continued from Page 4) which we sponsored was a sue FRIDAY. HAY 17, 19 10 to WO rk with thwn and ."taM^h, Permanently and w*g **£ Lr organization and tlW ** %  %  a conta Southwest 15th Road Borne PhoM 1-21TI Offiee rhea* !-UTJ cess from every standpoint (in^ ^ ran on y ,. xp( ( .t that eluding a financial one, in that the ^ ^ flM h(oys and ^irls at the figures are all in blue*. K Unjv(/rsity wi || drift away and Brother l^uis Heiman, and the them e lvei lost in a s -.-v* Sahhata ••rt.-e*. Saturday > J-.' .-* "..1 ar i! i-.Z£-i % %  : -<•} arv :..-; t ruoas of U." '/ %  1 r Beta 1 ~Ute Friiav v-.-g r..' Sariay Sel Fr*iay ereia, I J*r se.-x*. Sat-rday 1%  % %  -;. ,,,.' find thenwdvei lost in a members of his commit**, mclodon :~g the Ladies Auxi.iary. we owe con a great many thanks for accom( ^ ^ ^ phshing what appeared to be no. ^ ^^ G „|, iman one of our so long ago. an impossibility. inaC z A boys of the R'.yal Palm is. b : the lack of coop-^ rf M|amj ^^ won tht n on the part of the Jewrf ^ M jn ^ fM ish tfadciiti at the L Diversity or { rsore(] jojnt i y by ShoMiami in the past, many member, and ^ y % „_ A ; thoosht that :r,proposed seder rf ^ wM wo fail : r lack of cooperation. •* lent at the rherefore, it wa. ,. and thir • prize by Ja %  H ww wntten p !" j \ A ^ f .,.. K ,,, Paln chap1 'good In conclusion, I would life say that oar membership .; under our chairman Brother Eisenstein, is in full that our goal of ISOO n. fore the end of the j sight. When we reach that we will owe it to Brother E stein and his comrr. • have handled and will undoui, continue to handle the dr:\ splendid fashion. Be a B"nai B'rith by eoopei doing your part to pr members ... IN" X I" M I THERE IS STREXGTH. .v n Hebrew Stkaei, S:.::. SucdaT School. *cI .-.-:. Bar-Mrt^a* titcap. !*=! j^"^ p Y PROGRAM a a. m. ^ e x --.-, ,.. ---. Adult Hiatcry Gr--?. S-day ^ 10:50 a. m. ,Stir.day — or BtaMteai Mee::=g third Wee., m ,. g^, _•.". „, Meday cf Mocth. IBBTLAI SERVICES r*-:v erv:.>f* ire hclc a: :S' %  1"" Svrd#cv : > %  %  „, %  : .:; %  *=.i *vry evek Fr. G'.ona Sir^g a: I : h aid::;c<-. :-e >>~' ~ Ummt Gitiaaald. Doris &isiav KTTves are r? M e ^ r ^ JawWl aad S y S^.^-^iT aersiag a: <:30. Due t* v "- Sfca^im A :.MM M :r.e r^les: .-: ~iry .-r —a.-.i ^ ~r.sh-rr G'.r.i .< ; 3 -. I : %  ;> %  ?-*C Ni-.w are %  the st*. is lo rive, Leo and be• in %  al mwho tedl* •• in iral and • w E i: s WILSO N PICTURE FRAME -HOP 1T2 N. W. FIRST ST PHONE J-M-J MIAMI. FLORIDA We Call for and D%  -• • ..,-._ 4 .-. S-. r'.ey K:?s jM Sier-.--s vi\tiits Sii-.i and F..-->a;:e ?;.--:: wc~ -eari :-. at aMMfdia-, harry v ---at tiaea* servtce* >. : %  ;Tyar-.*:.i-, ..::'%  I taoacf MrsLeaaa Maigv DtsmrnoM at-sirmrAB CELEBBATIONS j.-.,-,: •; ;?-"a r lace a: : r ••T:r-i.* : c 5 ,'^rae W< she-. :a~-y t :r -c :1--V.r %  '•• :-v f Stay iSth, Frx E Aogu .. SISTERHOOD INSTALLATI HE: 5ist at the :...3d Ton ney F %  '. • %  A :' %  S3 -:%  %  • r-—a wt?JG AT =>:th i —. wVOLPE f URN IT BARG' We Refuse 15S W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3 4132 arersiD SAVINGS 5C0F.TGAGE LOANS msma sivws WOTVM LOaJTS DUDE FEDERRL SQ vines ano Loan PSSOCIBTIOH or mmmi 45 1. E. F-rt? aTta* al '.£* ccrsex of Pint itrt; LOW C 0 • T LOIO TERM! Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. UPTON. ProuLrru M r rAUi!\tAl C'HAPEI im WalNIN*TON AVIMUI MIAMI IIAOI ya -Jl cosac the ii::::n cooJken ertr> An n the tear—a MM ?e jtaJ ww hare a the cactualS kw the kaethea a wei.:-r c.-crr c ooier—aad jc aa 3ce= '4aad aad let the Ittuu biyie= fbaieks thoric o*aier. Vith the chaaireo ovc ce school xi r io icvi out ce tae baches aD thaoaiul for the Mfacj af eaecw With 10 =•-!= peaces w go thu aaee ekv-tnc .\vitr< that pre ic 1 vvi aoi *--^ far ttmma fao. M| Toil •1 k tmiiTi AMI1IIDAM A,V|NUt • CNAIlll i.MlNlmi 111 Alp lOIINtHAt KSSALSJM •OLlALHAt


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VOLUME 13No. 20
Qsamm T/he Jhewtislh lUmulty
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B'nai B'rith District
Convention at Roanoke
--------- .ikvah; benediction by Dr. Murray
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will 1 Kantor, Suffolk, Va.; 10:30 P. M.
scud more than 40 delegates to the to 2 A- M., dance; 12 A. M.. crown-
64th Fifth District Convention to ln of Miss Roanoke, B'nai B'ritn
be held nt Roanoke, May 19th and jQueen.
20th. The Fifth District com- Among those scheduled to at-
Maryland, Washington, D. tend from Miami are Abe Arono-
| .. Georgia, North and South Ca- v'tz- Burnett Roth, Maurice Gross-
rolina and Florida. The Miami [man, Fred K. Shochet, EIry Stone,
delegation will have a two-fold E- Albert Pallot, J. Aron Abbott,
purpose, the election of Isaac I'''" Chaikin, Many Schwartz,
Levin, now first vice president of Carl Weinkle, Harry Koretsky,
the District, to the presidency and Rudy Adler, Bernard Feiner, Sol
the bringing of the 1914 Fifth Dis- IGoldstrom, Benj. Le Vine. Isaac
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FKMJAY. MAY 17, 1940
PRICE 10 CENTS
Y. M. II. A. ELECTS
NEW OFFICERS
Dr. Samuel Beckman was un-
iniinously elected president of the
Young Men's Hebrew Association
at their annual nomination of of-
ficers meeting Wednesday eve-
ning at the Y clubrooms. Other
Officers unanimously elected were
Fred K. Shochet. secretary, and
Nat Blumberg, treasurer. Candi-
JEWS TRAPPED IN Synagogue Plans
LOW COUNTRIES' Cornerstone Laying
trict Covention to Miami.
B'nai B'rith has designated the
Seaboard Railway as the official
route and a private coach has
been chartered for the occasion.
Delegates from other Florida cities
will leave May 17th on the South-
ern States Special, arriving in Ro-
anoke the following afternoon.
Returning the group will leave Ro-
anoke on the morning of May 21.
arriving Miami afternoon of May
22nd.
Headquarters will be at the Ro-
anoke Hotel and the convention
program follows: Sunday, 9 A.
M. registration of delegates at
lintel Roanoke; 10 A. M. to 1 P.
M., opening of convention, presi-
dent Alvin Kartus, Asheville, N.
C, presiding; invocation by Rabbi
Samuel Shillman, Sumter, S. C.;
welcome by Herman Davidow,
president of Israel Friedlander
Lodge, Roanoke; introducti >n of
Mayor Walter Wood by Arthur
Taubman, Roanoke; address by
Hon. Walter Wood, mayor of Ro-
anoke. Va.; response by Sol Fass
of Portsmouth, Va.. president Vir-
ginia Federation of B'nai B'rith;
ss scs>ion 1 P. M. to 2:80
P. M., luncheon; toastmaater,
Levin of Miami, first vice
president District 5; invocation by
Rabbi Irving Ganz, Beth-Israel
Synagogue, Roanoke; introduction
1 guesl speaker, Hon. James H.
Levin, Dave Emmer, Lou Heiman,
Dr. Frank ( oret. Gus Ginsburg,
Sam B. Miller. Marx Feinberg,
Stanley C. Myers. Nat Blumberg,
Hany Davis. Hy Horowitz, Nathan
Adelman, Milton and Willi im
Friedman. Sidney Segall, Leo Eis-
enstein. Waiter Kovner. Harold
Turk. James Leonard. Ernest SUSS-
man, Sam Seitlin, Bernard Spec-
tor. Milton Feller and Baron de
Hirsch Meyer.
Ladies attending will be Mrs.
Isaac Levin, president of B'nai
B'rith Ladies Auxiliary, Mrs. Carl
Weinkle and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom.
Palestine Flower
Day Observed
London (WNS) The fate of
more than 207,000 Jews, including
45,000 Jewish refugees from
Greater Germany, hung in the bal-
ance as Belgium and Holland, sup-
ported by Allied airplanes and
troops, dug in to resist the Nazi
invasion.
At least 3,000 Jews, including
several hundred refugees from
Nazi Germany, fell into the hand.-
of the Na/is when the German
army swept into Luxemburg.
which has a standing aims of Tun.
Unlike the Jews in t!\,. Scandin-
avian countries who Ace ttken by
surprise when the German army
invaded Denmark and Norway, the
Jews of the Low countries had ex-
A large audience is expected to
be present at the gala ceremonies
of the laying of the cornerstone
of the new Synagogue, located at
S. W. 17th avenue, corner of 6th
street, of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation, to be held
Sunday afternoon. May 20th, Lag
B'Omer at 2 P. .M.
Completion of the new Syna-
gogue is being rushed and ex-
pected occupation will take place
during the Shevouth holidays. An
elaborate program is bcinjr planned
and details will be announced in
next week's issue.
H. M. Drevich, president of the
Congregation, and chairman ,of
arrangements states -We are more
pected the German invasion and than satisfied by the progress We
remained calm. The Jewish popu- j have attained and are indeed
lation in both Holland and Bel- thankful and grateful for the co-
gium is centered in the big cities, operation received both financially
which have been heavily bombed |and morally from the community."
by the German army,__________________
A few hours alter the' Nazi
troops crossed the Belgium fron-
tier, the Belgian Government or-
dered the release of 18,000 German
Jewish refugees, who had been in-
terned in concentration camps, and
announced that the refugees
would be permitted to fight
against the invaders. Many of the
refugees immediately v lunteeicl
for active duty.
REPORT PROGRESS
Completing the second week of
B'nai B'rith's effort to help the
Taking a cue from the Scan in- jSouth Florida Crippled Children's
avian countries where Gee:. an I Hospital Campaign. M. J. Kopelo-
New York, May 16.Spurred citizens in those countries he ped w,tz' chairman of the B'nai B'rith
on by news from Jewish National dates for offi>l's (>f vieo president'break down the naC.ial morale drive> reported at Tuesday's meet-
Funci headquarters in Jerusalem aro Hernlan Waitsman and Jo- by use of "fifth minis" tae "'*-' of Sholem Lodge that he has
that notwithstanding the British so',h A- Berman; three year board tics." Belgian pol
Land K.ii.t of February 2Mb, the n,oml>ers, Al Pallot. George Wol- all German ci i
Palestine Land Fund has acquired 9ert> Ix' Robmson- Al Rosenfeld, them under stri tirveillance. As In reporting progress of the
in the months of March and April F,'ank Rosc- .aml Joseph A. Ber- far as it could learned here, nu *>'-wide campaign- Mr. Kopelowitz
man; two year board members. German Jewis' refugee was ar- state<':
Matty Handler. Henry Gabbe. rested, althou u was understood "A" ''"'"Is lnst Sunday led to
Frank Rose. Dave Lemmelman. that the re i .sed refugees were tno PrPprty where the South 11 -
Al Rosenfeld and Leo Lie berman; being super ed by the police. ri'la Crippled Children's Hospital
and one year board members, Lou
rounded up "'ready received in excess of $-100.
and kept from some 200 individual gives.
coun-
new land tracts for Jewish agricul-
tural settlement in Palestine. Zion-
ist organisations and groups in the
United States prepared for the
27th annual Palestine Flower Day
which will be observed Sunday.
May 19th. The proceeds of the
popular drive for the Palestine
Ijind Fund, to be carried out
Price, governor of Virginia, by through the sale of flowers de-
Morris L. Masinter. Roanoke; ad- scribed as "Roses of Sharon" will
dress by Governor James H. Price; lD<' :>PPlied towards the Jewish Na-
ti nal Fund's land acquisition and
reclamation work.
Safan, David Lemmelman, Harry
Gordon, J. A. Berman. Stanley
Myers. J. Aron Abbott, Hy Rifas.
Bill Shayne, Leon Lieberman,
Sam Blank, George Goldberg, Ir-
ving Querido. Jules Wilson. Al
Reisman, Mitchell Wolfson, Henry
Hohauser. Al Rosenfeld, Larry
Grossberg, Mickey Luhel, A. J.
Tobin. Carl Weinkle. Walter Ja-
cobs, Dr. Barnev Weinkle. Murray
Jewish Property In
Norway Confiscated
benediction by Rabbi Sidney Lef-
kowits, Richmond, Va.; 2:30 to 5
I M., business session; 3 P. M. to
5 P. M., lawn party for ladies; 8
M., cultural program, B'nai
B'rith Town Hall Meeting sub-
.' '. "The Contemporary Jewish
Scene," speakers Frank Ruben- I
stein, chairman; Maurice Bisgyer, I Stockholm (WNS) According
moderator; Dr. A. L Sachar. Hil- ;lo reports received here the Nazis
hi; Max Baer, vocational guid- have confiscated all property
ance; Rabbi Paul Rechman. ADL; owned by Jews in Norway, main-
Edward Grusd, National Jewish hy jM Oslo, Bergen and Trondheim.
Monthly; and Bernard Postal, pub-|The report placed the value of the
confiscated property at one billion of the former Polish regime.
A. M. to 1 P. M., Norwegian kronen. The Gestapo, it was said, ob-
Similar reports have been re- tained an official list of import-
ceived from Copenhagen where ant contributors to the Polish na-
the anti-Jewish Nuremberg laws tional war fund and immediately
are expected to be imposed sh>rt- ordered the public execution of
ly. Jewish refugees from Den- the 32 Jews on the list. The Gcs-
mnrk said upon their arrival here tano charged that the slain Jews
that the liquidation of all Jewish had urged Poland to wage war
B. B. AID
RED CROSS
Washington, D. C.B'nai B'rith
has contributed $2..Mill from its
Nati mat Emergency Relief Fund
to the new war relief campaign
of the American Red Cross and
has thrown the full force of its
125.000 men and women members
Grossman. D. J. Apt,.. Jos. Upton throughout the country behind the *
Meyer Schwartz. Harry Ma, ko- | (|V(, Hvmy Monsk>,-,,,,,,., of [or cnppled children of
witz ami Charles Blau. Fleeted
to the board will be three three-
year board members, one two-
year member and eight one-year
members. Flection of officers will
take lace Wednesday evening,
June ">th.
Iicity.
Monday, 10
business session; 1 P. M. to 2 P.
. buffet luncheon; 1 P. M. to 5
M., bridge luncheon for visit-
ing ladies at Patrick Henry Hotel,
-Mrs. I. Levin, Miami, guest spcak-
t; 2 P. M. to 6 P. M., business
session; 7:30 to 10 P. M.. banquet,
'"astmaster, Julius Fisher, Ro- property has begun. Jewish en- against Germany.
anokc; invocation by Rabbi Wil- terprises still in existence are su- I Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland
B'nai B'rith. oldest and largest
Jewish service and fraternal, or-
ganization in the United States
announced yesterday.
Mr. Monsky declared that he
:.s communicating with the of-
ficers of all B'nai B'rith District
|Grand Lodges and Women's Grand
Lodges, urging them to advise
their subordinate units to coop-
erate with the Red Crews' appeal
in the ni ire thin 500 communities
where there are B'nai B'rith
lodges and auxiliai ie s.
TO REPRESENT JEWRY
AT PEACE MEETING
Ham Greenberg, Charlotte, N. C; pervised by Gestapo agents.
finjjing of America; dinner, re- It was learned here that
4
marks by retiring president, Alvin
Kartus; response by the newly
elected president; introduction of
Hr. A. L. Sachar, guest speaker,
by Rabbi Maurice Graff of Temple
Emanucl, Roanoke; address by
l'r. A. L. Sachar; singing of Hat-
Washington (WNS) Rabbi
'suffered new anti-Semitic disturb- Louis Finkelstein. president of the m larger amounts.
32 ances, it was learned. The Nazi- Jewish Theological Seminary of checks to M. J. Kopelowitz, 369 S.
and School will be built, in Shen-
ley Park, just three bloc ks w I
of Red Road, and directly west of
the Miami Biltmore Hotel.
"A miniature model of the hos-
pital was on display, flags and
pennants were a-flutter marking
the outlines of the :>l! acres being
given the hospital by the South
Florida Crippled Children's Soci-
ety, which for many years has
been providing braces, surgical
dressings, and other necessities
ten coun-
ties.
'On Monday the corporation in-
augurated a two week period to
be known as '100 per cent Organi-
sation membership period.' during
which time organizations of t
ten counties are asked to chock
their membership to ascertain
whether every member has taken
a membership at one dollar per
person in each family."
It is urged that everyone come
forward at this time so that the
B'nai B'rith effort will make the
best showing of any membership
organization in Dade County.
Send your subscriptions of ONE
DOLLAR for each member of
your family or your firm. Many
are making special contribute, g
Send in your
Jews, who had contributed to the controlled Polish press features America, has accepted an invita- W. 28th Road, or*to Burnett Roth
Polish war chest prior to the Nazi daily anti-Jewish editorials and tion from President Roosevelt to Seybold Bldg. LET US SFF YOIR
invasion of that country, were ex- alleged news stories, which fre- represent American Jewry in in- I ^AME HERE NEXT WEEK
ecuted by the Gestapo in Nazi- quently result in anti-Jewish riots, ter-faith peace consultations with Contributors for the week of
occupied Poland. Since the Nazi The police offer Jews no protec- the Government. Rabbi Finkel- May 8 are:
invasion of Poland, Gestapo agents tion whatsoever Cv-\ t'vr I stein succeds the late Dr. Cyrus pr.'>,\'0tfS,y cknowlelReil......$2: :.n
have been hunting sympathizers mentors. A f-r a* Jo-i-i, -.....s-it-jtive. I (ton^ued' on Page 5) U0


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PAGE TWO
Tmt JEWISH TLOBIPIAH
FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1910
ft
SOCIAL AC11VITIES .
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor^
WEDDING
SOLEMNIZED
The marriage of Miss Sybil ,
Gainer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morrie Moaa and her son Irwin, newij
Harry Gafner of New York, to icft for Chicago where they will
Leonard Schiff, son of Mr. and visit relatives and friends for a
V, rs. Jacob Schiff, took place Sun- month.
day afternoon. May 12th at the I
Cromwell Hotel with Rabbi Col- BINGO PARTY
man A. Zwitman officiating in the TO BE HELD
presence of the immediate family. The Young Women's Hebrew --. -- -,.. chair.
The bride was attended by M a riation will hold a bingo par- ance. Mis Leon l* ^ ^^
I, en Schiff, sister of the groom, ty Sunday evening, May 19th at man. Mildred R
lgmaid of honor. A reception will B:30 P. M. at the V. M H. A. Shochet .> 1
Sunday evening at the building, l567 S. W. 5th St., with stem; iroo I <*.
l, rae of the groom's parents, Bll Mrs, Leon Lieberman, general Josepl
|F.VF COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN
SwU, APPOINTED
T NSyhwarU ,.......npanied lJ.- *
v M. Max SchwarUand Mrs. "-JJi*^
board meeting at the I oi
Mrs. Maun.,- Gr< -nan. at which
time M^s Innr ( ohen, pre*
ted committee chairman
members, for the coming
A were Mrs. Le n L
ror Home Camp;
, number of ing. Presented on the prograr
HlKh >'"; After a month's were SUnley C. Myers, p,
Junior Hadassah. Alter a n>
pal
, ,. upie will <- speaker, Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
wedding trip the co p j ^ ^^ (. ^
" M';"" v";. 'r '; sttttes Pallott, Hob Leers. Mrs. Ha
'" nLoartmen Ali Rubin, Mrs. Bea Weinatein, Max-
>'"- 0f,cc 1'"1 .......- ine Kanter, Miss Helen I
friends are in- Mrg g A N,.wman ^ ,
mony. Abraham A. Kellner. The
SLRTY GIVEN munity singing was led by Mr.
ISurprise party in b '"ST* "
uv,,v Second birthday was giv n were served following the ,
tein by I d. gram. ( ^ #
a the home oi' **r\J 8I,INOZA FORUM
Sunday evening. M> 18
11 me UJ in*- giwu> .. ,........- ....... ..... ----
Espanola Way, Miami Beach. All chairman, in charge of arrange-
friends are cordially invited to at- monts. Assisting Mrs. Lieberman
tend. The couple reaidea at 1526 are Miss Irene Cohen, ticket chair-
ylvania Ave., Miami Beach, man; Mrs. Jean Seitlin, publicity;
Und Mr. and Mrs. Jules Wilson.
CARD PARTY
TO BE HELD
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
will sponsor a card party Sunday
evening, May 19th at 8 o'clock at
the home of Mrs. William Clein,
1860 S. W. 4th street. Hostesses
for the evening will be Mrs. J.
Schonfield and Mrs. G. August.
Refreshments will be served and
various card games played. All
who will be in charge of the bingo
games. Cash and door prizes will
be awarded. All members and
friends are cordially invited to at-
tend.

SPEAKER AT
LUNCHEON
Dr. Alfred Augustine, prominent
specialist in oral surgery, was the
guest speaker at the Miami Busi-
ness and Professional Women's
Club Luncheon May 1th at
Sarah Sh( h I MrSl
Mildred Ru as"
sisted by Mrs. Joseph Schaeffer;
library, Mrs.Joel Belov, chairman;
membership. Mrs. Maurice Cress-
man, city, and Mrs. .1 seph A.
Herman. Heac,S chairmen; pro-
gram, Mrs. Sadie Weinberg, chair-
man, assisted by Miss Sarah
Shochet. and Mrs. Jules Wilson;
decorations. Mrs. Jean Seitlin,
chairman; refreshments. Mrs.
Macy J. Levinson, chairman; hos-
pitality. Mrs. Jean Seitlin. chair-
man, assisted by Mrs. Sam F.hr-
lich; and athletics. Mrs. Herman
Waitsman. chairman.
Any ladies interested in joining
and dan< enj : ed
*
MARRIAGE
IS HELD
TO MEET
Dr. Abraham W< If
sec nd in a aeries of I
he I Iden Age
ib .1 v s." Saturday
'r, \'v .i.ine- of Miss Natal. before the Spinoza Forum on
cr L L,,*htei of Mrs. Gi I the lawn at 1059 Collins Avenue,
Simons, daua ^^ whm ^ M ,
aJ^s Samuel Roth I K Solomon Ibn Babirol wiil be told.
York.' was held Wednesday eve- The Spinoza Forum alao me.
Tuesday evenings when heall
runs are discussed and W.
lay evening! when Astronomy is
the subject. An open forum fol-
lows the lectures. The public is
ning at 1 P. M. at the home of the
bride's sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. ami Mrs. Saul S. Cohen. Miss
Simons is a graduate of Miami
.High School and president of the
lota Chi sorority. Mr. Roth was|tnvited Tnere ia no charge.
graduated from New York Law
School. Following a honeymoon
I trip, the couple will resile in New
York.
various card games played. All liuo uuncucvu ., -* --- requested to
members and friends are cordially lYaeger-s Roof. H,.subject was hM* ub neq
invited to attend. The proceeds I 'Relationship of Dental Infection
will be given to the Shuh__________to Systematic Disease."_________^
CAMP WOHELO for GIRLS
85 miles from Washington, D. C, 60 miles
from Baltimore. Md: in the heart of the
Blue Ridge Mountains. _______
WANTED!
ELEVENTH SEASON
OPENS JULY 1st
For informati n helpful to
you and your daughter-,
write or phone
OWNER and DIRECTOR
BERTHA LEVY
1625 S. W. 15th Street
MIAMI. FLA.
Phone 2-59 ti
communicate with Mrs. Mildred
Rubenstein, chairman or the glee
club.
The regular meeting of the Y.
W. will be held Wednesday eve-
ning, May 2;'th at the Y clubrooms
at 8:30 P. M. Details will be pub-
lished in next week's issue.

WEDDING TO
TAKE PLACE
The marriage of Miss Miriam
Schindler, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Schindler. 5990 N. E.
5th Court, to Edward I.eveii. son
of Mr. and Mrs. 11 y man l.even.
7826 N. E. 1st Avenue, will take !
place Sunday afternoon. May 26th
at the Beth David Synagogue at
8 P. M. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
officiate. Following the ceremony
a reception will be held at the
home of the bride. Mr. Leven at-
tended Miami High school, Oak-
ridge Military Academy and Duke
University. Miss Schindler grad-
uated from Miami Edison Senior
TO ATTEND
CONVENTION
Rabbi Solomon Sadowsky. co-
founder of the Mizrachi in Miami,
has been chosen to represent the
Greater Miami Mizrachi District
at the National Convention.
.
PROGRAM
WELL ATTENDED
M,re than six hundred persons
wen present at the gala Mother's
Day pr gram Sunday evening at
Temple Israel sponsored by Shol. m
Lodge B'nai B'rith with the Wo-
men's Auxiliary of B r.ai B'rith.
Senior Council of Jewish Women
Young Men's and Young Women's
Hebrew Associations participal
German Refugee Famih
badly needs furniture of all
kinds, that is in usable con-
dition.
PLEASE cooperate:
PHONE 2-1111
or write
BOX 2973. MIAMI
Immediately
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FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1940
THE J1WHH FLORIDI AN
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PAGE THREE
asJ
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
lB4o G. W Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3 5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m. 5:45 p.
m.
Friday evening: services, 6:30 p
m.
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
JOYOUS TIDINGS
The day for which we have been
hoping is at hand and by the
grace of our Almighty Fa her we
are privileged to behold the work
on our Synagogue started. There
were tears of joy in the eyes of
the members of the committe who
b i|. i-vised the beginning of this
noble venture, as they recited with
the Rabbi the age old prayer and
benediction of Shechyonu. This
happy circumstance which no
doubt will be marked with satis-
faction by the entire Jewish com-
munity, fills us anew with hope
that we shall he enabled to carry
out our appointed tasks of erect-
ing a sanctuary unto the Ird in
this splendidly growing commun-
ity. We are grateful for the sac-
red opportunity that when others
are bent to destroy, we are priv-
ileged to build.
CORNERSTONE CEREMONIES
PLANNED
The building committee is hap-
py to announce that progress on
our recently begun Synagogue
Structure is most satisfactory and
that we are ready to celebrate the
laying of the cornerstone Sunday
afternoon, May 20th at 1:30 p. m.
This day coincides with the tra-
ditional observance of Lag B'Om-
er and will lend a festive color
to the celebrations. The commit-
tee in charge of arrangements
headed by our worthy president,
Mr. H. M. Drevich, is making
elaborate preparations to arrange
a moat beautiful and inspiring af-
fair details of which will be an-
nounced in next weeks issue of
The Jewish Floridian. We ask
our many friends to reserve the
early part of Sunday afternoon
for this unique ceremony and to
be our gueatS at the proposed cele-
brations. Our heartfelt thanks
and blessings are extended to
th se who stood by up to the pres-
ent and to those who will aid us
in the difficult period that lies
yet ahead of us.
SUNDAY SCHOOL NOTES
Final examinations in all
classes of the Sunday School will
be held Sunday from 10 to 12 in
ithe clubrooms of the Y. M. H. A.
The testa will be given by the
{teachers under the supervisi n ol
Rabbi Kellner. (losing exercises
will he held in the Synagogue
Sunday night, May 26th at 7:30
P. M. In charge of the closing ex-
ercises will be Mrs. George
Chertkof, superintendent of the
School.
LADIES AUXILIARY CARD
GAME
The Ladies Auxiliary will have
a card game Sunday evening. May
19th in the home of the p res id nt
Mrs. William ('loin, at I860 S. W
4th Street. Hostesses for the1 eve-
ning will be Mrs. G. August an I
Mrs. J, Schoenfeld. A most cor-
dial invitation is extended to all.
IN THE SYNAGOGUE
During the coming week our
Congregation will be busy with
the preparations for the forth-
coming cornerstone laying cere-
monies. In order to permit Rabbi
Kellner to devote his entire time
| to this important task Rabbi Abra-
ham Cluck, who is living in our
midst and who has been kind
'enough to assist us in the past has
, again graciously consented to
preach the serin 'ils. conduct the
Aruch classes and lead the ser-
vices during this busy period.
J. N. P. COLLECTION
Jewish National Fund Flag Day
will be observed throughout the
entire country and the children of
our Sunday School are anxious to
join in this sacred venture. We
earnestly request our people to
help these little messengers of
to ti as Haarctz who do their best
for the cause of our people and
their land.
RARBI KELLNER DELEGATED
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner has
been designated by the Rabbin-
ical Association to represent them
at the Board of the Federation
t i the coming year.
MAZEL TOY |
We are happy to extend sincere
congratulations to Mr. and Mrs,
Sam Trusiman upon the birth of
their son. May they raise him in
good health and happiness.
HABONOTH NOTES
The Habonoth Buds are holding I
election of officers for the com-
ing year Tuesday afternoon at
l o'clock in the Synagogue, At
the same time plans will be com-
pleted for the Mother and Daugh-
ter Tea which will mark their
closing meeting for the summer
months. Further details of this
affair will be found in next week's
issue.
The Habonoth Girls of the Blue
and White are happy to announce
that several of their members
have achieve! their letters award-
ed for religious achievement. At
their next meeting, held in the
Synagogue Monday afternoon, at
I o'clock final plans for their out-
ing Will be discussed.
BOARD MEETING
A board meeting of the Miami
.lewis!. Orthodox Congregation
has been called by the president.
Mr. II. M Drevich, for Tuesday
evening, .May 21, at the Shul, LS4S
S. W. Mr I St All members are
urged to Attend as important busi-
ness will be transacted.
SOCIETY
BABY
BORN
Mr and Mrs. Leonard Beldner
announce the birth <>' a baby
daughter Susan Fern Thursday
May 9th at Jacksonville Memorial
Hospital. Both mother and baby
are doing fine. Mrs. Beldner is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Rubin of 1923 S. W. 18th
street.
a
MARRIAGE
TAKES PLACE
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cone an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter, Dorothy to Alfred S.
Joseph Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
A'fred S. Joseph of Louisvi] e.
Ky.. which took place Tuesday af-
ternoon in the home of Dr. Jacob
II. Kaplan who officiated. Fol-
lowing the ceremony the couple
left for I. luisville where they will
reside.

FAMILY CLUB
MEETS
The regular meeting of the
Family Club was held Tuesday
evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Argintar. Mr. Sol
G-MAN CHIEF KAILS JEWISH YOUTH'S WAR ON CRIME
J. Edgar Hoover (seated), director of the Federal Bureau of In-
vestigation, is shown accepting from Benjamin Bark in (left), as-
sistant executive director of the A'eph Zadik Aleph. B'nai B'rith's
youth organization, and Irving Levitas (right I. cultural director,
a copy of AZA's A| ril cultural program on 'Youth and Law En-
forcement," which is designed to afford Jewish youth an opportun-
ity to analyze law enforcement agencies as factors for the main-
tenance of American democracy,
Schwartz. president. appointed
Miss Ida Schwartz publicity chair-
man; Miss Aili-'c S 'gall, pro-
gram; Sidney Segall, by-laws; and
Mrs. Jack Schwartz, arrange-
ments. Following the busin s-
meeting a program dedicated to
Mothers was presented with Louis
Leibovitz as master of ceremonies.
Included on the program were
Mrs. Philip Segall. Mrs. J k
Schwartz. Mrs. I'a.il Silver! in,
Miss Adele Segall. and Mrs. .-i-
dor Fine. After the program re-
freshments were si r | and a so-
cial hour was enjoy :.

VI SITS
HERE
Mr. Irving K tor of Brooklyn,
N. Y.. is visit1 ; with his brother-
in-law and s ter, Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Scheinb.. m. During his visit
he will fly t i Cuba.
*
ELECTED
OFFICER
David Roller was elected presi-
dent of the Junior Law Schoi 1 i t
the University of Miami. He
served as president of the Fresh-
man (lass during the past year.
Mr. Roller is the brother of Mrs.
Murry Grossman of Miami Beach.

MIZRACH1 PICNIC
TO BE HELD
A special meeting has been
called of the Men's and Women's
divisions of the Miami Beach Miz-
rachi Thursday evening, May 23,
at the Beth Jacob Synagogue,
when final plans for the Lag B'-
Omer picnic will be complet"d.
The picnic will be held Sunday,
May 2Gth at Greynolds Talk be-
ginning at 10 A. M. until 6 P. M.
Transportation will be furnished
and lunch, fruits, drinks, etc. will
be supplied at the picnic grounds.
Further details will be announ.id
in next week's issue.
I *
RETURN'S FROM
CRUISE
Miss Nornia I.ee Simpson re-
turned to Miami Beach after an
eleven day cruise to South Amer-
ica.
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FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1940
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f
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One of our brother members of
Sholem Lodge, who has been
named as a delegate and who is
going to the B'nai B'rith conven-
tion to be held in Roanoke, Vir-
ginia, called me up and asked
whether there are any winter
sports at this time of the year in
Roanoke, as he world like to take
his ice skates and skis along.
Another member has called up
and asked whether it might be a
good idea to take food along as
there might be a scarcity of food
if Roanoke is a small town .
We have ii from good authority,
namely our own Brother Ike Le-
vin, thai Roanoke is a large city
and is the m si beautiful city, es-
pecially at this time of the year,
tin the United States- next to Mi-
ami. Brother Ike Levin lived in
Roanoke for a number of years
and to him it is another home .
it should In a push-over for B
or Ike Levin to be elected as our
next president of the Fifth Dis-
trict as he will have the adva
lhis comment is si.k at heart over the bestial German invasion Bge engaging his other breth-
of Belgium and the Netherlands, 'l'here is little we can add to what ren on home grounds and while we
MAY 17, 1940
VOLUME 13No. 20
B'NAi
KM'H
T
NOTES
by Harold Turk
Guest Columnist
Abe Aronovitz
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAi J. MIEOF)
SLEEP NOT!
the voice of the civilized world has already uttered in condemnation
Of the blood thirsty war unleashed on these little Lowland Countries.
Rut let this continent not be too self-righteous in its feeling of
horror. For there are aspects of the situation that could have been
saved by the countries of the New World, numerous phases of the
refugee problem. But how in Cod's creation can civilized people after
being confronted in every move they make with these present day-
events, let happen the recent occurrence in North Florida.
Knowing full well the value of Democracy, the sacredness of its
traditions, the grave danger that ill result in its undermining, the
people of North Florida for some unknown reason let a candidate
known to represent everything that i- indecent and distasteful, every-
are on the subject of Brother I., irin
I might add that he has virtually
guaranteed that the 1941 District
Convention will be held here in
Miami.
To you Delegates who are g ling
to the convention, you may antici-
pate two distinct phases of affairs
: t the- ionventi in. One phase will
be the very important and serious
business before us which will call
on us as never bef ire to exi
keen foresight and goo,I judg-
m< On the other hand there will
.be the social side of the c n
thing that bears evidence of hate and intolerance survive the first pri- tion with d tain-
mary in Ma campaign for a s,at ;,, n,,- Florida legislature. ..Running >"'"' and other activities v
campaign on a platform of antl-semitism, disseminating literature xvil undoubtedly make thi
tion one that will Ii num-
bered.
Of a similar nature and preaching trouble wherever he i
scoundrel has been permitted to tool and mislead a disinterested pub- j
c The di-enfranchisemen, by themselves sure,, -....... lhe ,aek of ,:;"/;,;' tet;
...teres, In matters that represent the very Inundation f ,iu. future night is any sij
of ourselves aid our civilization.
of the
.which will prevail at the ,
iiplishments will be
V l'n;t..j I .. : i non. our aecoiiiplishnii
from h nd '^ <""'> -'" withdraw the veil nding and
from Mhind Which this candidate hides and present to the area a, All of the
large the true facts. A decisive defeat at the polls will tell the world '
at large that we who are grateful for our rights and liberties realize haVe becn made ;'"'1 wiii "'"
and appreciate the value of a true democracj and are doing our share '""'' '"''''' M "">'
to protect it. Mri nave .....' covered in this column
----------------------------------------------------------______________________ a| leas once and the matter was
discussed at our last meeting. If
their .Mothers. The there are any questions that th"
Junior Hadassah
By Elsie Kronenfeld
Last Monday night, May 13,
Junior Hadassah honored their
Mothers in a special program.
Helping us were the Young Ju-
daea group of Beth David and
the Beach. The different girls
give their Mothers certificates
stating that a tree had been
memory of
meeting v ularly nice with de)e*atea would like to ask, please
a record attendance. We sincerely
hope our Mothers enjoyed it as
call me at once at my office; thi
number is 3-7768. and you will be
taken care of.
In closing I want to thank the
Dont forget, folks, this Sun- officers and members of B'nai
day, May 19th at 9 P. M. at the I!',ith who have cooperated so well
much as we wished them to.
Wofford Hotel, we will hold our
May Day Dance. The Hotel is lo-
cated at 24th and Collins. We'll
all dance to the music of a promin-
ent orchestra. All of us are won-
staung mat a tree had been i .,, "-
planted in Palestine m their hon- I??", Wh wiU be ehost'n Que
or. Among those giving gifts ? J^ he ceremonious events.
were Pauline Querido and Bettv "* K'n? toMb.e neuf lhe **
Uaky who also planted a tree in St *"**" M'a"" haS evcr "*n
their Father's name; Anita and
Ruthie Bernstein followed suit
with a tree for their Father and
M .her both; Anita Cohen. Shana
1-evinsohu. Jeinette and Thelma
Kronenfeld, Rose Kasanoff, Hilda
Breakin and Harriette Damenstein
were among those who presented
their Mother or Mother-in-law
with these tree certificates which
represent the rehabilitation of the
Palestinian lands. Rosalyn Klein
and Mary Goldstein gave trees in
er seen.
Be sure and don't miss it. If you
do, you'll be sorry.
with me In arranging for the con-
vention and for the selection of the
delegates. To you members who
-re not going to convention you
will probably have your regrets
and those of you who are go-
ing, you will be telling everybody
else about it when you return.
We will be back by Wednes-
day and with us Will be the new
Fifth District President. Ike Le-
vin.
Abe Aronovitz
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I have spoken to a number of
members who attended our last
business meeting Tuesday night,
and it is the unanimous opinion
of all, that it was one of the
finest, most spirited and most in-
teresting meetings that they have
ever attended And why should
it not have been? The Seder
(Continued on Page 8)
THERE AND HERE
We note that it's still Hitler
who decides who's an Aryan .
At least, that's the only explana-
tion we can find for his awarding
the Knight's Cross of the Iron
Cross to Coering's genealogically
non-Aryan right-hand man. Gen-
eral Ehrardt Milch ... If it's any
consolation to you. it was Milch
who directed the operations of the
Nazi air force in Norway .
Those new immigration restric-
tions of the Philippines are direct-
ed not only against the Japanese,
as you've been reading, but also
against refugee Jews and Span-
iards, many of whom have been
trying lo gel into the Islands .
i.lust to make the Czechs happy
the Nazis are planning lo build a
new university al Prague in the
shape of a swastika ... A local
gagman claim- thai Hitler views
Norway, home of the purest ol
Nordics, a- Ersatz Israel Vnd
in the next breath asks whether,
in the event of war in the Near
Bast, the oil from the Haifa pipe-
line will be able to -month the
troubled Haters of the Mediter-
ranean ... \ Broadwa) says that
Hitler's invasion of Holland is mo-
tivated by his desire for a sunken
living-room.
YOU SHOULD KNOW
When Rene Blum, brother
of the former French premier,
left New York on the camou-
flaged lie de France not long
ago. as one of the three pas-
sengers on her dash through
peril) us seas, he left with the
purpose i f his Ann' i, an i isit
unfilled ... II. d |()
arrange foi an American sea-
famous C >medie
Francaise, but found no tak-
ers i the
''' i k for Walter U in hell
was to term 'R<
;. quot-
ed i irnal as pan
a Broo .' Co irt
in a dh
ip of the
n that
listen in on his
broi d be in-
i reasing W. \\ ,'s ..
His biggi the week
incidentally, v is the news
that the B
paigi
country will si I up a commit-
tee which Will include Jews
too Apparently all's fair
in hate and war Down
South they're getting quite
alarmed at the recrudesence
of the Ku Klux Klan The
political tension in the air in
this campaign year has some-
thing to do with it. the idea
being to do away with liber-
alism in this country by fair
means or foul All of which
remind-, us to tell you that
Supreme Co,,,-; Justice Hugo
Black, whose enemies ti ied to
brand him as a Ku Kluxer at
the time of his appointment
to the high bench, has just
chosen a Jewish boy. Marks
L) .y. v.ho ig graduating from
the Harvard Law School this
year, to be his new secretary
Missionary circles will be
interested to learn that the
anti-Semitic Roman news-
l"''- Regime Fascist*) inter-
prets the antiwar attitude of
the Osservatore Romano, the
Vatican's newspaper, as indi-
cating that this ultra-Catholic
organ is being directed by
J'ws ... It was Arthur Hays
Sulzberger, publisher of the
New York Times, who mixed
the project of renting out
space in Times Annex to P.
M., the new afternoon daily
due in Manhattan next month
... So P. M. is taking space
elsewhere on Times Square,
in the Hillman Building,
which bears the name of the
publisher of P'ierre van Paas-
sen's "Days of Our Years"
. Which reminds us that the
Palestine chapter of van
I'.iassen's book is being
brought out as a separate
volume by a committee of Zi-
onists, who want to circulate
it in large numbers .
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THIS AND THAT
August will see the birth of the
Jewish Readers' Digest, which
will be edited by B. Z. Goldberg
and David Goldberg The two
Goldbergs, incidentally, aren't re-
lated to each other The driv-
ing force of the \merican Federa-
tion for Polish Jews is M. Maid-
win Fertig, N. Y. State Transit
Commissioner, who after the Fed-
eration's forthcoming convention
will set to work to streamline the
organization Now that Presi-
det and Mrs. Roosevelt have been
presented with a painting en-
titled "Rebirth of the Holy Ijind"
by Arye I#o Peysach of Pales-
tine. Meyer Weisgal, director of
the Palestine Pavilion at the
WKrld's Fair, hopes they will
have a special interest in visiting
the Krctz Israel exhibit this sea
son On the Zionist front all is
quiet The only indication tluit
peace and light don't as yet reign
supreme is the fart that Prcxv
Solomon Goldman is devoting
i i more attention to the Unit-
ewish Appeal than to ZOA af-
fairs .
FOR FILM FANS
Now Charlie Chaplin, no
doubt to remind us that his
"Di -a'..*" film is .ins; about
Ij to be i'i-i.-. nted to the
I.
adopted his t lothbrush n
tache as a popularity n i
uring that if pe iple
loved Charlie for it they'd
i him too The fun-
ny part of it is, that in Na/.i-
I, at least, the idea Be
to have worked Pen
lleeht's ambitious plans for
producing m ivies in New York
are all off The reason be-
ing the non-cooperation of
the bank which owns the stu-
dios he was planning to lease
. But he is doing well by
himself in Hollywood, having
re eived 15,000 smackers for
three days' work not so long
ago so he should worry
Just to give you an idea
of how jittery people are even
in this country we'll relay to
you a story about one of the
actorj who plays a storm-
trooper in the anti-Nazi film
"Four Sons." now being shot
in Hollywood this quasi-
rmtrooper wanted to do
Ig one day. and
lid spare only a few min-
utes for the purpose, so he
didn't bother bo take off his
costume when he went down
the street to the store he
wanted to patronize And
the Jewish shopkeeper nearly-
had nervous prostration,
thinking that "it" had hap-
pened here. .
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THE JEWISH FLOR1D1AN
PAGE FIYB
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
Since Sunday, May 5th, the day
of our dedication program, the
completed. We urge everyone to
patronize the bingo game at the
HOSPITAL DRIVE
PROGRESS TOLD
(Continued from Page 1)
Y has been crowded day and cilities, with so may athletically
night. Our new facilities have
attracted so many more people
to our Community Center that the
house committee, of which your
Y Sunday evening, May 19th.
Ethel Shochct ..........
Norman A. Kossmuii ..',
Sadye K. Romanian ,
Norman A. Etoaman, Jr.
SftU66 Jo KoK.snum .. ,
Iul.xe Seuholill ........
Abraham V. BlOOh .....\
Mrs. Abraham K. Bloch.
Abe Kubin ...........
Mrs. Abe Kubin .......
Max Azar
l*ena Azar
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Harry Ballon
Hose Askin ....'.
Ueorgc Maynard
Robert Armstrong
Marvin [Trecdman
Harry Feltman
H Chas. Cohen
Robert LantI
THE FORUM
On Thursday evening. May 16
scribe is chairman, is confronted Dr. Samuel Beckman led this
with a difficult task. With so'group in a discussion on "Prim-1*' folnollii "..'..'.'.['.
many divisions in the Y, with boys litive Faith," which proved very | and*mnie feidm**:".''.'"..
and girls, men and women of all j interesting. Dr. Beckman, who is K,'i'i l^ndflel'd" "'""'"' ''
ages anxious to use athletic fa- chairman of the cultural commit- SettlegtHal^er' ....'.
inclined boys and girls anxious to tee, has taken a keen interest in Ben Wexler '.'.'!!
athletic field, a situation \ this group and was greatly amazed '
the
use
arises which is unique in the an-
na!.- f the Y. M. H. A. However,
we arc trying to solve the prob-
lem "in the best way.
On Tuesday night, last, a meet-
ing was held by the rules corn-
in office of the executive
diiector. Those present were Harry
Schwartz, chairman; Mrs. Al Reis-
man. Miss Irene Cohen and Mr.
i man. A schedule is being
arranged wherein a certain time
will be set for groups of certain
ages for the athletic field. In
a weeki the rules will be
completed and a copy of same will
In- printed and distributed to each
number uf the Y. In the mean-
time, We ask those coming to the
IThonia.-. II
Marie
II ml.in
Mull.-r
at the progress that was made in &lT j""1 Mrs. i,.,, Elserist'eln;
._!.,,.,, -'i'" Solomon
so short a time by this group, Rudy R. Adler
It is a fine example that this "'airneu A'".'.'.
division has set and we hope and ,'" I1','1, IwniinY'.
1 M. Sellgman .
expect many and better things Wanl* u
from them ill the near future. So Ea?l",l.ym1bl'"B
much for the culture of this group. \,
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 M. E. lttfc Itreet
Office Phone t-77tt
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAM
MM Indian Creek DrWe<-ltM H( N. K. list St.I-M4S
MIAMI BSACH MIAMI
Either er both of the Rabble win be la the Temple every noralne;.
Tou may eoneult with them oe mattere concerning the Jewla (out-
nltr. or yeur pei aonal problems. Tou will be eaaured eympe.th.etle
hearlnc and advice, and, needleee to eay, each matter will be held l
etrlct cintH.no..
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
-.he congregation."Hillel.
And for the social side, the Fo-
riini has planned a reception at
the home of one of our members,
to be held on Decoration Hay.
May 30th. This party is for
members only so won't you come
in w ith us'.'
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Y ATHLETIC CLUB
All members of the Y Athletic
Club will meet at the Y Sunday
evening, May 19th, This group
Y to be patient and cooperate consists of hoys between the ages
with us. of 1'! to lii years under the lead-
ership of Lou Safan, athletic
chairman.
DIAMOND BALL
This is the diamond ball sea-
sun and the Y; as of yore, will be
right out in front. Presently.
JUNIOR DIVISION
Miss Nataleah Simon, former
Kid n
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tllenn I >. will ..\......
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Paul Blni-H..........
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J. Bernard H i
Silver
Sidney I., 'V ,'u i.......
Mrs Sidn< I :. oiift '
N.ii Kline
Levin ........
Mi-. I- .
Sam Ei troff .....'.'
Ml S:i m Et'l off
Milton Feller ----
1 i i Ohei Ikof
Sylvia Cherlkof
Stanley Ivan li.t t'kof
Arthur .M. Kahn
Rerts Jowe'ph'
Lens W Chi km""" Rambara
-" A, Chalkln
Herman l^efkowlix '
Mrs. Herman l., fkow'lii '
Oertrrt Wi I: '""'"""''i'
there are several leagues that de- secretary of this group, joined the L Toubj '".'.".'.' "
to have us participate and Holy Bonds of Matrimony when H o! Rnmsev" .......
I'" l.. McCall'n .........
I! W. 'I .........
Jacob \V si,.,.|........
a decision will be made as she was married w> Mr. Jack R th
I which league we shall enter, of New York City At a meeting
In tin meantime, all persons in- held last Monday evening. Miss
ii iii joining our diamond Naomi Grossman was elected sec-
lull team please commulcate with retary to succeed Nataleah,
I.ou Safan at the Y.
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HOME (AMI'
of the Home i 'amp will
commence Monday, dune 17th at
\. M. In view of our sue-
ason last y, ar w ith this
project, many appli
received from campers.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Friday evening. May 17th at
8:15 P. M, the sermon. "An Eye
for An Eye and a Tooth for a
be delivered by Dr.
Jacob 11. Kaplan. Services con-
ducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
nian.
SABBATH MORNING SERVICES per person. For tickets call Harry
Interpretation of Weekly Por- Gordon, chairman of the affair,
tion by Rabbi Colman A. Zwiunan 2-4030; Harry Boyell, 2-4171; Dr.
and the services will he conducted Alfred Augustine, 3-3511; Myron
by Dr, Jacob II. Kaplan with par- M. Newman. 3-8641; J. E. I-'reeh-
ticipation of Confirmation Class, ling, 4-5616; Dr. Albert Rosen-
Mazel Tov to Mr. and Mis. Jack
Roth.
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MOONLIGHT BAIL
The Men's Club of Temple Is-
rael will hold their most import-
ant event of the year Tuesday
evening. May 28th, 1940, in the
form of a Moonlight sail on the
"Seven Seas"' boat, leaving 1'ier 8
al 9:00 P. M. Dancing to the
music of an orchestra, commun-
ity singing, refreshments for all.
Prizes, games, eats, all included
in the single admission of $1.00
RADIO
Sunday afternoon. May 19, the
Radio program over WIOD at 3:00
o'clock. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
conduct the Jewish Hour of the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami. Musical program will be
furnished by Temple Israel choir.
CONGREG VTIONAL DINNER
Wednesday evening, May 2'2 the
annual congregational meeting will
be held at 8:00 o'clock preceded
thai. 2-48 l'J; and 13. \V. Slote
72211.
IN M E.MORI AM
May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us.
At the services this Friday eve-
ningi the memory of the following
Will be hallowed:
Yahrzeits: Fruma Freed, mother
of Mrs. Harry Nevius; David
Liebling, father of Mr. Norman
Lidding; Philip Applehaum. fath-
er of Mr. Irving R. Applebaum;
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A NEW Dl\ ISION IN THE Y
A i w division of young ladies
19 and .".ii
has been organized and held
a meel w eek in the
m" thi execul Many
As our facilities are limited, the interestin] are planned
..'. will, of necessity, have for them and all girls
restricted. We, therefore, for this group
r< ts who are Inl
ing their i hilai i
mp I communicate v. ith
i man at oni < and
i r child.
the added facilities at the
\ camp life this year wi 1 be
ejoyable. Mrs. Ann I
Mr. Maurice I ,
man. executive dire,
Pear] Reisman is sponsor for this
group.
POLITICAL BRIEFS
Marshall Wiseheart candidate
rislature in Group
Two from Dade County,
Coral believes thai the
community demands
thai Ii i should be chosen
who will ; theii h mi -: ai I
I nils solving ex-
He is a member
Mrs. of thi A iation of
which h<' has been a director for
past three years and is active
in civil
by a buffet supper a! 6:00 o'clock. Sigmund Wolf, father of .Mrs.
The supper will be Bervi I under Henry 1. Williams; Louis Wein-
Sisterhood auspices and will be burgh, father of Mrs. Arthur
tree to Temple members. The Treister; Harry Kaufman, father
meeting will feature annual re- of Mr. Harry Kaufman; Joseph
ports on all activities in our Tem- Jacobus and Alice Jacobus, fi
well as liahliis" i d and mother of Mrs. Day J. Apte,
electioi rs and hoard Mrs. M. Ah in Cuie and Mr. I
members for the ensuing year. ard Jacobus.
G g E. Mi 'askill, candidate
for Judge of the Circuit Court in
the second primary, has been a
NEWS 'ROUND TOWN
Dr. Harold Rand, our camp phy-
sician, and Milton A. Friedman.
. chairman of the Camp Com- our past president, are patiently
mittee, has been working inces- awaiting their respective wedding practicing attorney of more than
Bantly preparing the building for days, Have you visited the new twenty eight years and a resident
the campers. This year we have Y cafeteria'.' By all means do SO of Miami for the same time. He
added a new department, a kinder- 'and see tin- mniire de hotel, Lou has served as attorney for the
garten department where child- Safan. and ask him for his spe- Board of County Commissioners,
ren from the age of five yeais
Will be directed under the guid-
ance of a trained kindergarten
teacher. Many new projects have
been added to the curriculum. A
head cousellor will be selected sponsorship at Temple Israel last
shoitly assisted by a staff of as- Sunday night. It was an excellent
sociate counsellors, laffair and we, of the V, are
Each child will have to undergo .thankful and proud to have had a
a physical examination by our small part in it. Many mem-
camp doctor before being admit- hers of the Y. including your
cials. ... A treat is in store for j City Attorney for Miami Beach
you The Y congratulates Sho- 'and County Solicitor. He is ad-
lem Lodge, B'nai B'rith for the mined to practice in all courts of
splendid Mother's Pay program
thai was conducted Under its
led. Watch these columns for
further week'y announcements.

Y. W. H. A.
Mrs. .Joul BeloV, chainna of
the library committee, announces
that the YW has almost completed
the plans for its library. After
the bingo game which will be held
scribe, the executive director,
President Al Pallot, past presi-
dent; Milton Friedman, and many
others, will sojourn to Roanoke,
Virginia as representative! of the
B'nai B'rith, 6th District conven-
tion. We are happy to see our
ardent board member, Jack Apte,
hark on the job alter a recent ill-
on Sunday night, May 19th at the ness. Mrs. J. Apte is due back
Y, many books will be purchased in Miami about the 20th of May
for the library. It is planned to after flying to New York to at-
tend the funeral of her Mother
Our condolence's.
ry. It is pi
have a dedication of the library
as soon as the same will have been
LETTER
SERVICE
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the Supreme Court of the United
lie is a member i
Dade County and Florida State
Bar A
1 : and is a Mason,
F <) R F I. (i W E R S I () R
SPECIAL i(i V S ION S
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PAGH SIX
THE JIWISM FLORIPIAJI
FRIDAY. MAY 17, 1910
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Aranne and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabfel
iU MichlKUl Avnn
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MAURICE MAMCHtS. Oantr
Hi Euclid Avenu*
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SYNAGAGUE SERVICES
SMachriss: Daily at 8 A. M.;
Saturday at 8:30 A. M.
Mincha: Daily at 6:45 P. M.;
Friday and Saturday at 6:30 P.
M.
Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at
6:45 P. M. Rabbi Mescheloff will
preach on the portion of the week.
Maariv: Daily at 7:15 P. M.;
Saturday at 7:30 P. M.
SABBATH SERMON
Rabbi Mescheloff will preach
this Saturday morning on the sub-
ject, 'From the Mount." Cantor
Mamches will chant the services.
MIZRACHI OUTING
A special committee meeting
was held Wednesday evening by
the Miami Beach Mizrachi to
make final arrangements for the
celebration of Lag B'Omer this
year. An anniversary meeting
will be held jointly by the men's
and women's divisions Thursday
night, May 23rd.
A picnic at Greynouds Park will
be held from 10 A. M. to 6:00 P.
M. Transportation for all com-
ers is being arranged. Lunch,
sandwiches, fruits, drinks, etc.
will be supplied on the grounds.
Various Jewish groups of Mi-
ami Beach are joining in this
event to make it an anual com-
muity Lag B'Omer outing.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Final examinations in all classes
will be held this Sunday morning.
All children are asked to come
promptly, as examinations will be-
gin at once. Children absent from
these finals cannot hope to re-
ceive a higher mark than "E" and
will^e obliged to take a re-exam
before admission into a higher
class.
Promotion exercises will be
held Sunday morning, May 26. An
interesting program has been ar-
raged. Parents are invited to at-
tend. The entire school will be
taken immediately from the pro-
motion exercises to the Lag B'-
Omer outing at Greynolds Park
under the care of our faculty of
daily and Sunday teachers. Child-
ren cannot go to this outing un-
accompanied by their teachers.
Transportation and refresh-
ments will be free to all children
enrolled in our school. Transpor-
tation costs for parents will be
nominal.
BRISS
A large attendance came to the
circumcision ceremony for the son
of our cantor. William Zelten.
Rabbi U. Felshin was the mobel.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank were gevater
and gevatterin. Rabbi Mosheloff
was sandek. Refreshments were
served at the House of Abrams.
We all wish the cantor and his
wife that they may bring up the
young man L'Torah l'Chuppah
uI'Massim Tovim.
REFUO SHLAYMO
Our earnest prayers go up to
the Divine Healer for the health
of Dr. B. DeKoven who this week
left for a Chicago hospital.
We are glad to report that Mr.
A. J. Tobin is slowly but definite-
ly improving in health. We wish
him a full and speedy recovery.
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF
JEWISH WOMEN
A board meeting of the Miami
Section National Council of Jew-
ish Women, will be held Tuesday
morning at 10 o'clock at the Bar-
celona Restaurant. SIM Ponce de
Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. All
old and new board members are
cordially invited to attend. Fol-
lowing the board meeting Mrs.
Benjamin Le Vine, president of
the Miami Chapter, will tender a
luncheon to the board members at
12:30 P. M.
Strictly
Confidential
(Continued from Page 4)
| the ages of thirteen and sixteen
I under the supervision of Mrs. Al
jReisman, have a varied program
of activities on their schedule. At
present they are working on *
! pantomime play entitled "The
Lamp Went Out."
MISS IRENE COHEN
newly elected president of the
Young Women's Hebrew Associa-
tion.
SOCIETY
JNF DINNER
TO BE HELD
The Jewish National Fund Din-
ner sponsored by the Greater Mi-
ami Zionist Council will be held
during the month of June for the
purpose of raising funds for the
purchase of land in Palestine.
Mrs. H. Seitlin, general chairman.
and Mrs. Abraham Kellner, co-
chairman, are in charge of ar-
rangements. Further details will
be published in forthcoming issues.
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ENTERTAINS AT
LUNCHEON
Mrs. Louis Levinson entertained
For the Finest in
STRICTLY KOSHER
Meats & Poultry
PHONE 2-4994
MALEK'S
1832 S. W. Eighth St.
Koolmotor
GASOLENE
and 0 I L S
Acme Tires
Cities Service Products
ORANGE STATE
OIL CO.
twenty five guests at a luncheon
Thursday, May 9th at her home
honoring her daughter in law,
Mrs. Harold Levinson whose mar-
riage was a recent event. The
honoree was presented with lovely
gifts. Following the luncheon mah
jongg and bridge were played.
*
TO REPRESENT
CLUB
Molka Reich. Dr. Adele Hamp-
ton and Mrs. Rose Ehrlich are
representing as delegates the Mi-
ami Chapter at the State Conven-
tion of the Business & Profes-
sional Clubs which began Thurs-
day and will last through Sunday.

CONCERT
TO BE GIVEN
The annual gala concert given
by Mr. Abraham Bramson will
be held Sunday evening, May 26th
at Beth David Talmud Torah.
Many prominent artists will as-
sists Mr. Bramson. Tickets may
be obtained from Mr. Bramson or
at the door. The public is invit-
ed U> attend.

ANNOUNCE
ENGAGEMENT
The engagement <>f Miss Evelyn
Melitzer, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. M. Melitzer of Brooklyn, to
Harry Silverman of 508 N. \V. 2nd
Ave.. is being announced by her
parents. The marriage will be an
event of June.

VACATION
FOR WEEK-END
Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal and
ABOUT PEOPLE
The rumor hereabouts is thai
the current exhibition of Sholem
Aaeh'a manuscripts at the Yale
University Library is a prelude
to his receiving an honorary de-
gree from Old Eli's school ... It
seems we were somewhat behind
(he times when a few columns
I ago. we told you of Mrs. Paul
Ehrlich. widow of the scientist,
being rather badly off s
true that her plight had been
quite miserable, but in recent
months she has received some
thousands of dollars from private
donors, as well as a fee from
Warner Brothers, producer! "I
the Ehrlich film Dr. Fried-
rich Wolf, anti-Nazi German
uriter whose "Sailors of Cotarro
and "Professor Mamlock" were
played on Broadway some years
ago, is ill in a concentration camp
in Trance, and the French govern-
ment refuses to let him go. al-
though according to his friends.
Wolf has a visa for Mexico and,
his passage money is ready to Ih-
paid the second he is given his
permit to leave That polished
brass paperweight on New ^ ork
Postmaster Goldman's desk orig-
inally was one of the doorknobs
on the front gates of this city's
old Post Office building Fran-
cine I.arrimore may get the lead-
ing role in the new Sinclair Ix-wis
play, "Felicia Speaking" And
the Twentieth Century-Fox film
on Sergeant Sam Dreben. Ameri-
can Jewish soldier who achieved
fame in Mexico, may have John
Garfield as its star Did you
know that the idea of issuing that
new postage stamp featuring
Stephen Foster, the famous com-
poser of "Swanee River" and
many other of the old familiar
tunes, originated with band-leader
Andre kostclanetz .
Y NOTES
RED CROSS
OFFICIAL REPORTS
Washington (WNS)Reporting
to the annual convention of the
American Red Cross. James T.
Nicholson, Red Cross official and
first American to be permitted in-
to Warsaw by the Nazis, declared
that "one-fourth of the population
of Warsaw lacks adequate food."
"Signs of malnutrition and hun-
ger are evident there and in Cra-
cmv," Mr. Nicholson said. "Om
can so them in the pinched faces
;of children, the very prevalent in-
flamed eye-lids, sores on faces an !
luads and the emaciation of many
of the aged. Even though food
supplies were plentiful, many
would be without the means to
purchase them."
Tile relief needs," he e
md. "produced by the invasion
nd thi :. rribV !.:..'.... '. of
Warsaw are very great Tl. .
have been sinC3 last Octobei
come "i< 'i. ,ii.'; gn atly by 11
mas< dej 0! .ati ns of the 1'
populations from the Poznan an !
Pomeranian districts."
MRS. ANN LIEBERMAN
newly elected vice president of
the Y. W. H. A. and chairman of
the bingo party to be held by the
Y. W. Sunday evening, May 19th.
BOWLING
All members who have partici-
pated in the Bowling Ix-ague and
those interested in joining are re-
quested to be present at a meeting
Sunday, May l'Jth at 1 P. H.
Mrs. Maurice J. Kopelowitz, mah
Jong champions of Miami, accom-
panied by Mr. G. Lou Mendelsohn
and Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal, of
Bridgeport. Conn., brother of Dr.
Rosenthal, will spend the week at
Shark River. Captain Ira llan-
ock will be their guide.

VISIT
ST. LOUIS
Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz and
daughter Bochelle Joy are visiting
in St. Louis where they will re-
main for a month. While there
they will attend the wedding of a
niece Aafolyn Kopelowitz, formei
winter visitor to Miami, and thi
graduation of a nephew R
B Kopelowitz from George Wash-
ington Cniversity Dental Scho 1.
Y-ETTES
This division organized Decem-
ber 16th, 1989 for girls between
ELECT
MARSHALL C.
WISEHEART
YOUR LEGISLATOR
GROUP 2
Honest, Able and Intelligent
Representation for Dade Count.v
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Announcing the Opening of Two Summer Camps by
Rabbi S. Wrubel, Directorfor 1910 Season
Camp Dellwood Camp French Broad
for Jewish Girls for Jewish Boys
Waynesville, N. C. Brevard, N. C.
FROM JUNE 23 TO AUGUST 25
For Descriptive Booklet and Further Information Write
RABBI S. WRUBEL
BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA
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Group 1
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Ability Experience
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FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
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by
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
(The writer will be glad to answer
any problem of his readers. Write
to" him in care of this paper.
MOW TO USE YOUR VOICE!
You are Bitting in the waiting
room "f a busy lawyer. His pn-
.:,,, office is directly connected.
1 he walls arc thin. The telephone
rings incessantly. While you arc
waiting your turn for a conference
fyoll overhear several telephone
conversations. You have never met
this lawyer before. His voice
rings out from the inner office. It
impossible not tO listen. The
ii mressions which you receive
iile listening to your lawyer
i.. k are at first vague and un-
tied. You sense, however, his
attitude towards the different cli-
B who call. This man must be
an important personnote the
tuni of deference he uses. With
what patience and assurance he
lains a legal technicality to
. .'. call* r. Sympathy is re-
ted m the softened tone which
he uses ill speaking to another
:.i who is probably telling his
troubles. These judgments are
based upon his tone of voice quite
as much as upon what it is he
says, Before you go in to see
him. you have already formed a
fairly definite idea of what he is
like."
Voice is perhaps the most flu-
ent medium through which we ex-
press our personalities. What we
nave to say is secondary in im-
portance to HOW we say it. The
kindest words said in a harsh,
shrill voice may give offense,
while distasteful truths may be
made palatable by a congenial and
friendly tone.
Granted that we can do nothing
to change the fudamental struc-
ture of our mouths and vocal
chords, still it is possible to util-
ize what we have to greater ad-
vantage. A rasping throaty or
breathy voice does not necessarily
point to some defect in anatomy.
It may simply be the result of bad
1 speech habits built up during our
lifetime.
Children develop harsh, shrill
voices from playing out of doors.
Any mother will testify to the dif-
ficulty of trying to modulate her
son's voice to the confines of the
house. "Speak softly," "not so
loud," "don't scream so," are
phrases frequently heard in a
household where there are healthy
active children. The child tries
hut quickly forgets. When the
parent hits upon the scheme of
modulating her own voice to a
soft melodious tone and continues
to speak to her child very' quietly
and at a somewhat less rapid
tempo than ordinarily, she finds
that this is the most effective
method of controlling the voice
of the child. Children are natur-
ally imitators, whether it be of
what is said or how it is said.
Screeching at a child to "be quiet"
is a contradiction in itself.
(In following issues, Mr. Ber-
ii.an will suggest essential steps
m voice control.)
^r SUMMERV
[RIPPIED&C1P5
John J. Lindsey, candidate for
Judge of the Civil Court of Rec-
ord, has been a practicing attor-
ney for the past twenty-five years.
He has represented Bade County
in the State Legislature for the
past four years, has served a term
as Mayor of Miami Shores Village
having been elected to this office
for three consecutive terms. He
was admitted to the Bar of Mis-
sissippi in 1912, to the Tennessee
bar in 1918, Arkansas in 1915 and
in Florida in 1927. He is a mem-
ber of the Dade, Florida and
American Bar Associations, a di-
rector of the Dade County Bar
Association and is a member of
the Delta Theta Phi fraternity.
19 years ago. He has been a prac-
ticing lawyer since 1916 and is ad-
mitted to practice before the Su-
preme Court and all Courts of the
State of Florida. He is active in
many civic, communal and fra-
ternal organizations. He has con-
tiuously engaged in the practice
of law with offices in the Security
Building.
SOCIETY
( lyde A. Alien, candidate for
the Board of Public Instruction
from the 4th District of Dade
County, is a lawyer with offices in
(oral Gables, beginning the prac-
tice of law at Macon, Georgia in
1919 and coming to Miami in 1929.
Mr. Allen advocates progressive,
efficient and economical adminis-
tration of public offices, civil ser-
vice regulation under the merit
system for full time public em-
ployees, with emphasis on main-
tenance and development of edu-
cational facilities for the future
citizenship and a square deal for
the teaching fraternity upon
which this so largely depends.
J. Tom Watson, candidate for
the office of Attorney General
of the State of Florida, was the
winner with a large majority in
the first primary. Mr. Watson
resides at Tampa and is a widely
known attorney. He states that
as Attorney General he will repre-
sent the State in all legal mat-
ters but definitely not in the ca-
pacity of a prosecutor. Many ral-
lied to Mr. Watson's candidacy in
the first primary and a success-
ful campaign is envisioned by his
many friends.
Candidate for Judge of the Cir-
cuit Court of the Eleventh Judi-
cial Circuit of Florida in Division
"A," Roscoe Brunstetter, has
been active in Miami communal
projects being a resident of the
local area since 1926. he was act-
ive in the establishment of the
University of Miami, was general
chairman of the reorganization
committee of the present Dade
County Community Chest and act-
ive member of many organiza-
tions. He believes that there is
a definite work that he can do
as Judge to help expedite justice
and by eliminating delays and
costly procedure to make proper
court action available to all citi-
zens upon terms of actual money
costs that everyone can meet.
Thomas B. Everhart, candidate
for State Legislature Group 1 In
the second primary, is a native
Floridwn and came to Miami over
VOTE FOR AND ELECT
(Political
GEO. E. roSKIL
Candidate For
JUDGE
of the
CIRCUIT COURT
Advocates: Speedy, orderly,
dignified and courteous ad-
ministration of justice.
Running to succeed Judge
Worth W. Trammell
AdTTtlemmt P*U* for r PrtimdiO^
W. M. (Bill) Wainwright, can-
didate for State treasurer in the
second primary, of Starke, Flo-
rida, is a native Floridian and a
lifelong Democrat. Mr. Wain-
wright accepted a position as aud-
iting clerk in the Comptroller's
office in 1921, three months lat-
er was appointed Abstract and
Appropriation clerk; in 1922 was
appointed one of the four State
Hank Examiners; 1924 was one of
the four state auditors; 1929 ap-
pointed as one of the assistant
state treasurers; 1929 became
State Bank Exeminer; 1934 be-
came chief mortgage Risk Exam-
iner for Florida for the FHA, and
n 1937 was appointed State Au-
ditor. Mr. Wainwright says "If
the people of my native State see
fit to honor me with this promo-
tion, I promise them an honest,
efficient and economical adminis-
tration."
MINIATURE CARNIVAL
TO BE HELD
The Kappa Pi Kappa Sorority
is sponsoring a Miniature Carni-
val Friday evening May 17th at
8 o'clock at the home of Miss
Eunice Roberts, 417 N. W. 18th
Ave. Booths, games and dancing
and general carnival enjoyment
will be presented. Miss Joanne
Solomon, general chairman, is be-
ing assisted by members of the
sorority. All members and friends
are cordially invited to attend.

SPONSOR
PICNIC
The Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation for Palestine are sponsor-
ing a picnic, luncheon and card par-
ity, Sunday, June 2nd, beginning at
i 12:30 P. M. at Hardie's (
! Ocean Drive and 1st Strict. Mi-
ami Beach. Tickets are fifty cents
per person and may he obtained
from members or at the door. All
members and friends are urged to
! attend as proceeds will go to-
wards the emergency refugee
fund. Further details will be an-
nounced in forthcoming issues.

CONVALESCES
AT HOME
Mrs. Julius Simpson is at home
where she is convalescing from a
recent illness.

BRIS
IS HELD
More than three hundred per-
sons were present at the bris milah
!of William Zelten, son of Rev and
Mrs. Maurice Mamches, Sunday
morning. May 12th in the new
Synagogue of the Beth Jacob Con-
gregation. Rabbi Uri Felshin of-
ficiated. Rev. J. Morganstern sang
i the traditional blessings, Mr. and
Mrs. M. B. Frank were the qua-
rtern. Dr. I. A. Temple, assistant
quater. and Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off was the saundik. Mr. Harry
Wasserman, vice president of the
Congregation, and other officers
and members were given honors.
Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham A. Keil-
lor were among the honored
guests present. Many telegrams
and letters were received. Follow-
ing the services a reception was
held at the Hotel Abrams with
Mesdames Bee Warter, Mary
Saal, Davis Becker, Albert Weis-
feld, L. Abrams and Miss Ruth
Feldman assisting in serving.
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John J. Lindsey
Candidate for Judge
Civil Court of Record
Re-elect
CHARLES O. ANDREWS!
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Sen. Andrews has fought for and can be depended upon to
continue fighting for:
1. Keeping: the United States out of war, except in defense of the
Monroe Doctrine, and sufficient preparedness to make such a con-
flict Improbable.
2. The protection and develop-
ment of Florida's agricultural
products, particularly its win-
ter fruits and vegetables. Sea
Island cotton, and tobacco; the
removal of all restrictions
against the production of sugar
in the State.
3. Permanent security for the
aged, the blind, the disabled;
adequate provision for disabled
veterans, their widows and de-
pendents.
lohn J. Lindsey represented
Dade County in the State
Legislature for the past four
years. Was in the forefront
of every fight looking to
the benefit of public welfare
and of Dade County. Offers
25 years experience in the
practice of law. With this
background he is well quali-
fied to hold the position he
seeks.
Paid Political Adv. i>> Friend
ANT
He Will Be Legal Advisor To
The State And Not A
County Prosecutor
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TACB RIGHT
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI S FIONKKR CONGREGATION)
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
B NAI B'RITH NOTES
(Continued from Page 4)
which we sponsored was a sue
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to WOrk with thwn and ."taM^h,
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, a conta "of Judaism. If that ** I8
hiii vocational guidance activities,
and his splendid achievement!
1S5 NORTHWEST THUD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO- Rabb*:> Southwest 15th Road
Borne PhoM 1-21TI
Offiee rhea* !-UTJ
cess from every standpoint (in- ^ ^ ran on,y ,.xp(.(.t that
eluding a financial one, in that the ^ ^ flM h(oys and ^irls at the
figures are all in blue*. K Unjv(/rsity wi|| drift away and
Brother l^uis Heiman, and the them.elvei lost in a s I ro
,ud of the fart
PUtMAjmrr calendar
tVai^T aeroee* at a. = ar.i
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,,,.' find thenwdvei lost in a
members of his commit**, mclod- on
:~g the Ladies Auxi.iary. we owe con
a great many thanks for accom- ( ^ ^ ^ _
phshing what appeared to be no. ^ ^^ G|,iman. one of our
so long ago. an impossibility. inaC z A boys of the R'.yal Palm
is. b, : the lack of coop- -^ rf M|amj ^^ won tht
n on the part of the Jew- rf ^ M jn ^ fM,
ish tfadciiti at the L Diversity or { rsore(] jojntiy-by Sho-
Miami in the past, many member, and ^ y %, A ;
thoosht that :r,- proposed seder rf ^ wM wo.
, fail : r lack of cooperation. lent at the
rherefore, it wa. ,. and thir,
prize by Ja H
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In conclusion, I would life
say that oar membership .;
under our chairman Brother
Eisenstein, is in full -
that our goal of ISOO n.
fore the end of the j
sight. When we reach that
we will owe it to Brother E
stein and his comrr.
have handled and will undoui,
continue to handle the dr:\
splendid fashion. Be a
B"nai B'rith by eoopei
doing your part to pr
members ... IN" X I" M I
THERE IS STREXGTH.
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