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VOLUME 13 No. 22
ivUAMi. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1940
PRICE 10 CENTS
New York (WNS)Plans have
been made to provide alternative
channels of immigration to Pales-
tine and negotiations are now un-
i!( r way for establishing a new
route to North and South Ameri-
can counties, in the event of the
spread of war to the Mediterran-
ean, it was announced by Rabbis
Abba Hillel Silver and Jonah B.
Wise, national chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, in a state-
ment outlining the effects of the
war upon the activities of the
Joint Distribution Committee, the
United Palestine Appeal and the
National Refugee Service, which
are the constituent agencies of the
nationwide United Jewish Appeal
campaign for $23,000,000.
An agreement has been reached
with the English and Russian
governments whereby refugee im-
migrants bound for Palestine
would leave from Stockholm and
Vilna and follow a route through
Odessa. Others would sail for
Palestine by way of the Port of
Constanza on the Black Sea.
Arrangements are being made
whereby refugees bound for the
Western hemisphere would travel
acrOM Russia to Siberia, where
they would go from Vladivostock
to Yokohama in Japan and from
there across the Pacific to the
Americas. Provision has thus
been made for the contingency of
the enlargement of the theatre of
war so that the avenues of escape
for Jewish refugees from the dan-
ger anil distress zones of the Eu-
ropean continent may be kept op-
Rabbi Silver and Rabbi Wise point
out that not difficulties resulting
from the present European con-
flict, but a lack of funds today
stands in the way of the fullest
implementation of the programs
for emergency relief and rehabili-
tation in the war zones and other
parts of Kurope, refugee immi-
gration and settlement in Pales-
tine and refugee integration in
the United States.
'"in .it .1 int rest and volun-
t sered financial support affords
officials of the South Florida
(rippled ( hillIron's Hospital and
School encouragement and iv-
newed determination that the
community will build a hospital
and school this summer, according
to a statement made by M, J. Kop-
elowitz, chairman of the B'nai
B'rith drive for the Crippled Chil-
Mr. Kopelowitz stated that
there is perhaps several hundred
dollars more to be added to the
B'nai B'rith report at this mo-
ment, as many members have sent
their contributions direct to the
campaign office, and it will take
some time before these are segre-
gated from the more than 20,000
memberships already received. He
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Italians Hint Br"ain Cra^s ., Federation
Down on hascists;------------
A t Demands Man> Are s*ized Bel. Elects
CONFER IN LONDON
I-ondon Pinchas Rutenberg,
president of Vaad Leumi (Jewish
National Council of Palestine) and
head of the Palestine Electric-
Corporation, has arrived here to
confer with Dr. Chaim Weizmann,
president of the Jewish Agency
for Palestine, and with other Jew-
ish leaders and members of the
Jewish Agency Executive now in
London (WNS) With Italy's
formal participation in the Euro-
pean struggle on the si le of Ger-
many expected hourly, the official
Nazi radio broadcast a report
that Premier Mussolini intends to
demand Palestine when, and it'.
England is defi ated.
The Nazi announcer stated that
Palestine should belong to Italy
since the latter country was the
rightful protector of Islam."
The Hitler spokesman said that
England, with the aid of the Jews.
was seeking to dominate the Ar-
abs "in the same manner that
Great Britain and the Jews Bought
to dominate the peoples of Europe
before the advent of Hitler:"
Diplomatic circles here ventured
the opinion that Italy may be de-
manding Palestine as its price for
military intervention on the side
of Nazi Germany.
Anticipating Italy's ent^y into
the war, Great Britain is main-
taining a good part of i'.s fleet m
the Mediterranean and has re-en-
forced its troops now stationed in
Egypt and Palestine.
JerusalemThe Vaad I.cumi has
established an emergency office
to deal with questions of passive
defense and supply.
Ion, 'WNS) \ lly i,i
a desperat p -;t on, fir-...! 11
ain cracked down cr* Brii h
i s;s and others si i -ted "f
"fifth column" activities in a na-
tionwide raid which saw the sei
Ore and arrest of Sir Oswald
Mosley, leader of the British Un-
ion of Fascists, many of his lieu-
tenants and several others includ-
ing a member of Parliament an.I
a former German spy.
While bombs fell on the Eng-
lish coast, British officials admit-
ted, by implication, that pro-Fas-
cist influences had weakened tile
country's national defenses and
promised a complete round-up of
British fifth columnists. Several
'hundred arrests are expected
Included among the anti-Sem-
itic. pro-Fascists arrested to date
were Sir Archibald Ramsay
wealthy Conservative Member of
Parliament; John Beckett, sevre-
Itary of the British Peoples Party,
who, while a member of Parlia-
ment several years ago, once tried
to steal a mace in the House of
Commons; and Captain Franz n
JRintelen, head of German spies in
the United States during the
Captain von Rirt n, who was
responsible for t' 'Black Tom"
explosion in the i ..ited States in
the last war. hs iways described
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LOCAL GROUPS SPONSOR LVENTS
INSTALLATION IS LODGE SPONSORS ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD
SET FOR MONDAY AMERICANIZATION DAY OF ZIONISTS TO MEET
Was Huge Success
The gala ceremonies of the lay-
ing of the cornerstone of the new
Synagogue of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation was wit-
nessed by a large audience Sun-
day afternoon. Mr. A. Pepper,
treasurer, had the honor of laying
the cornerstone. Occupation of the !
new building is expected on the j
Shevouth holidays. Included on
the program were Maurice Gross-
man, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, E. Al-
bert Pallot, H. M. Drevich. Mrs. j
William Clein, Max Rifas, Com- j
missioner James Dunn, Mitchell
Wolfson, and Rabbi Abraham A. :
Kellner. In charge of arrange-
ments are' the building committee, ,
M. Rifas, A. Pepper, H. M. Dre- j
vich, Al Pallot, Leon Lieberman. I
George Chertkof, and A. Kaplan. |
An appeal brought in additional j
funds for the building.
The annual election of officers
of the Chesed She! Emelh Sister-
hood took place Monday at the
Beth David Talmud Torah. The
nominating committee presented
the slate which was unanimously
elected. Mrs. William Clein was
fleeted president,; Mrs. Charles
Goldstein, first vice president;
Mrs. Morris Badanes, second vice
president; Mrs. Nathan Pritzker,
third vice president; Mrs. Isidor
Cohen, recording secretary; Mrs.
Sarah Stone, treasurer; Mrs. H.
M, Kagan, financial secretary;
Mrs. I.. I.itt. sergeant-at-arms;
and Mrs. B. Kandel, telephone ed-
itor. One year board members
elected were Mrs. Sol Schwartz,
Mrs. Emanuel Gordon, and Mrs.
H. Traeger; two year members.
Mrs. Sarah Alber, Mrs. Nathan
Alexander, and Mrs. Charles Per-
etzman; three year members. Mrs.
Ida Siegel, Mrs. A. Selevan and
Mrs. Rose Sakawitz.
The installation of officers will
be held Monday, June 3rd at 12 p.
m. at the Palatial Kosher Restaur-
ant. Mrs. Lewis Brown will be the
installing officer; Mrs. Morris
Dubler, toastmistress, Rabbi Max
Shapiro will give the invocation
and Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner
the benediction; Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff will be guest speak-
er and Cantors Maurice Mamches
of Beth Jacob Congregation, and
Louis Hayman of Beth David Con-
gregation, will render selections.
All members and friends are cor-
The regular meeting of Sholem
Lodge B'nai B'rith has been
changed from Tuesday to Monday
, evening, June 10th, because of the
She-couth holidays. Complete re-
ports of the convention will be giv-
en and other, important business
Sholem Lodge is sponsoring an
Americanization Day combining
^American Flag Day and July 4th
celebration program Tuesday eve-
ning, June 25th on the Athletic
Field of the Y. M. H. A. The Jew-
ish War Veterans, the Y. M. H. A.
and other organizations will par-
ticipate. Included on the program
will be the J. W. V. Drum and
Bugle Corps, presentation of the
American Flag to Sholem Lodge
by A. Louis MechlowitZ, assisted
by the Boy Scouts, motion pic-
ture's, a skit entitled "We, the
People." and the principal address
by J. Mark Wilcox. Mr. James
Leonard, general chairman, is in
charge of arrangements.
A meeting of the Administrat-
ive Board of the Greater Miami
Zionist District has been called
by the president. Sidney I.. Segall,
for Wednesday, June 5th at 8 p.
m. at Beth David Talmud Torah.
135 N W. 3rd Ave. Discussion
of the forthcoming 43rd Annual
Zionist Convention to be held the
latter part of June in Pittsburgh,
problems pertaining to member-
ship and olher important business
will be transacted. All members
are urged to attend.
Al the meeting at tlu McAllister
Hotel Wednesday evening the
board of dire, toi s of the I i
Miami Federation of Jewish Wel-
fare Funds changed the name of
the organization to the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
The ilee,ion of officers took
place and unanimouslj chosen to
serve his third term as president
Was Stanley ('. Myers. The by-
laws were amended to increase
the number of officers by allow-
ing for four additional vice presi-
dents. Those selected were I). J.
Apte, Benjamin Bronston, Max
Orovitz. Sam Blank and Baron
de Hirst h Meyer. Other officers
chosen were Elry Stone, secre-
tary; Leo Robinson, treasurer;
and M. J. Kopelowitz. campaign
chairman. Fleeted to the execu-
tive committee in addition to the
officers and campaign chairman,
were Jake Sher, Abe Aronovitz.
E. Albert Pallot, Leo Eisenstein
J. Gerald Lewis, Sol Goldstrom,
R. R. Adler, Isaac Levin, Mitchell
Wolfson, and J. Aron Abbott, and
budget committee members elect-
ed were Max Orovitz, George
Chertkof, Dr. Frank Coret, Joseph
' Lipton. Monte Selig, Joseph Stein.
Ben Slote, Joseph Weintraub. and
Arthur Friedman. Directors elect-
ed in lieu of Leo Gerngross, D. K.
Weiskopf, and Emil Schwarzhaupt
who have resigned, are Joseph
Weintraub, Arthur Friedman and
Three representatives elected to
serve on the executive committee
of the Southern Regional Confer-
ence are Stanley ('. Myers, M. J.
Kopelowitz, and Max Orovitz.
The board also passed that a
male executive' director will be
employed to assist the officers
wi.h the greatly increasing work
necessary in Federation.
30,000 Jews Escape
Y. M. H. A. TO
The National Council of Jewish
Women Miami Section will eon-
duct a large mass meeting a: the
Y. M. H. A. clubrooms, 1567 S. W.
5th street. Saturday. June Rth at
8 p. m. The subject for discus-
sion will be "The President's New
Decree on Alien Registration."
Prominent speakers will be reard,
A social hour will follow uud re-
freshments will be served. The
public is cordially invited to at-
The annual election of officers
of the Young Men's Hebrew As-
sociation will be held Wednesday,
June 5th at 9 p. m. at the Y club-
rooms, 1657 S. W. 5th St. A
contest for the office of first vice-
president is being staged by Jo-
seph A. Berman and Herman
Waitsman. Board members will
be elected. All members are urged
PROBLEMS WITH U.S.
Washington (WNS) Faced
with the problem of providing
food and shelter for hundreds of
thousands of refugees made home-
less by the invasion of the Nether-
lands, Belgium and Northern
France, the British, French, and
Belgian governments are discuss-
ing possibility of American aid.
Paris (WNS)Close to 30.0G0
Jews, including many refugees
from Nazi Germany, escaped
from Belgium before the invad-
ing army tightened its hold on
that country, it was reported here.
Approximately 15.000 Belgian
.lev. s are now living in temporary
camps in France.
The Jews who escaped from Bel-
gium constitute about one-third
of the total Jewish population, in-
cluding German-Jewish refugees,
in Belgium at the time of the in-
vasion. Jews remaining in Bel-
gium are for the most part young
mm fighting with the Belgian
troops and elderly folk who were
unable to stand the grueling trip
to England and France.
Many of the Belgian Jews
reaching France are now in An-
gors, seat of the Polish Govern-
ment-in-exile and Europe's new
"melting pot." In recent years,
refugees from Poland, Czechoslo-
vakia, Austria, the Scandinavian
and now the Low Countries have
poured in increasing groups into
The French government, it was
reported, is attempting to move
the refugees to Southern France
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THE JEWISH TLOBIPIAN
FRIDAY, May 31, lt|(>
Mrs. Max Steuer, president of
Temple Israel Sisterhood, will
hold a board meeting of the Sis-
terhood at her home, 1301 S. W.
21st Avenue, Monday, June 3rd,
at 11 a. m. All board members
are urged to attend.
The wedding of Miss Beatrice
Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Schwartz to Mr Godfrey
K. Newman will be held at the
home of the bride, 4580 Post Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, Sunday, June
9th. at 4 o'clock.
Riabbi Moses Mescheloff will
officiate. The bride's sister, Ade-
line, will be maid of honor. Arn-
old A. Newman, brother of the
groom, will act as best man.
Mr. Newman attended New
York University and matriculat-
ed at Miami University with an
L.L.B and is practicing law in
Miami. After an extended honey-
moon trip through Canada and the
Middle West they will return to
Miami Beach where they will
make their home.
The marriage of Miss Sylvia
Goldsmith to Joseph Master took
plate Sunday afternoon at the
Bt th Jacob Synagogue with Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiating in
the prcsc-ntc of the immediate
family and close friends
TO BE HELD
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the National Home for Jewish
Children at Denver, of which Mrs.
Harry Kaufman is the local pres-
ident, will hold a mah jongg and
bridge party Tuesday, June 11th,
at the home of Mrs. Becky Wald-
man, 232G S. W. 21st Ave. Re-
freshments will be served. Ad-
mission is fifty cents per person.
The public is cordially invited to
TO BE HELD
Tuesday evening. June 4th. the
graduating class of Beth Jacob
religious school will present a
graduating program at Beth Ja-
cob Synagogue. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff and A. L. Mechlowitz,
superintendent of the religious
school, will be in charge of the
program. Addresses will be heard
from the officers of the syna-
gogue, Sisterhood and board of
education. Presentations and
awards will be made, and refresh-
ments will be served. The public-
Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner was
among those receiving the Bach-
elor of Arts Degree at the Uni-
versity of Miami commencement
last Monday night. Previous to
enrolling at this University, Mrs.
Kellner attended Hunter College
in New York City and the Col-
lege for Teachers at Johns Hop-
kins University in Baltimore. Si-
multaneously with her gradua-
tion, Mrs. Kellner is the recipient
of the State Teachers license qual-
ifying her to teach the Social and
Natural Sciences in the secondary
schools of the state of Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gitlin ac-
companied by their son left Wed-
nesday for New York where they
will visit with Mrs. Gitlin's moth-
er. Mrs. Anna Dorfman, for sev-
The last meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau held May 20th marked the
end of five years under the lead-
ership of Mrs. Ida Optner, as
president, and the same staff of
officers. During their regime
there was a total of $1">,926 made
by the Auxiliary of which 10,833
was turned over to the Welfare
Bureau, the difference being ex-
penses necessary for the mainten-
ance of the Auxiliary Rummage
Store, which is one of the import-
ant sources of income for the
Mr. and Mrs. Max Halpern of
212 Fourth Street, Miami Beach,
will celebrate their twenty-fifth
wedding anniversary June 1st
with a family gathering.
Miss Arline Aronovitz was en-
tertained at a dinner dance Sun-
day evening, May 23 at the Car-
rousel, by her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz, celebrat-
ing her graduation from the Uni-
versity of Miami. Guests present
were Edythe Hollander, Anna
Leah Rubin, Helene Joan Gamse,
Lite Aronovitz, Estelle Kasanoff.
Dr. Lawrence Frank, Dr. Jerry
Noble, Myron Waldman, Dr. Les-
ter Frank, Alvin Richter, Nathan
Aronovitz. and Mr. and Mrs. Isi-
Dr. Lawrence Frank and Dr.
Noble were house guests of Dr.
and Mrs. Aronovitz and returned
to their homes in New York Tues-
day aboard the Shawnee.
BAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
TO TAKE PLACE
The wedding of Miss Clarice
Shier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Shier of Macon, Georgia, to
Samuel Badanes. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Badanes of Miami,
will take place Sunday, June i'th,
at the home of the bride's sister.
Mrs. G. L. Nirenstein, in Macon.
Mrs. Nirenstein will be mat ion of
honor and Mr. Sigmund Shier,
brother of the bride, will be besl
man. Mr. Badanes attended Mi-
ami High School. Miss Shier.
Miller High School, Macon. and is
a member of Junior Hadassah.
After a honeymoon trip the COUplv
will return to Miami where N't.
Badanes is engaged in business
and will reside at 975 S. W. 2nd
The Daughter's Chapter of the
Jewish War Veterans will sponsor
an anniversary card party Sun-
day, June 2nd at the Y. M. H. A.
club rooms. 1567 S. W 5th street.
Various card games will be played
and refreshments served. All
members and friends are urged to
attend as the proceeds will be
given to the Crippled Children's
Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. Frank
will celebrate their twenty-fifth
wedding anniversary Sunday. June
2nd at 8 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. Rebecca Schaff, 819 25th
street. Miami. No invitati >ns
have been issued. All friends are
cordially invited to attend the re-
Abraham ibn Ezra will be the
topi, of Dr. A. Woifson's address
before the Spinoza Forum Satur-
day at 3 p. m. on the lawn at 10o9
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach.
This will be the third in the course
of \2 lectures Dr. Wolfson is giv-
ing at the Spinoza Forum this
summer on the Golden Age of the
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
Dr. J. M. Martinez will speak and
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock
Dr. Wolfson will lecture on As-
tronomy. All are welcome. Gen-
eral discussion follows every lec-
A picnic, luncheon and card par-
ty for the benefit of the emergen-
cy refugee fund will be sponsored
by the Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation for Palestine Sunday June
2nd starting at 12:30 p. m. at
Hardie's Casino, Ocean Drive and
1st Street Miami Beach. Tickets
are fifty cents per person and
may be obtained from members or
at the door. All members ami
friends are cordially invited to at-
The committee headed by Mrs.
Goldie Zevin and Mrs. Louis Mar-
cus assisted by Mrs. D. Freedman.
Mrs. I. Shapoff, Mrs. Sonia Green-
stein. Mrs. R. Krentzman, Mrs. P.
Knopp, Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Mrs.
L. Levitt, and other members of
Word has been received here
that Robert Levin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Levin, has been award-
ed a scholarship to Harvard Uni-
Qreynolda Park will be the
scene of the first communal Mi-
ami Beach picnic sponsored by the
Men's and Women's Divisions of
Miami Beach Mizrachi, in which
various Jewish organizations of
the Beach participated.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements were Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff. Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches, Mr. Max Feit, Mr. I. Mil-
ler, Mr. I. D. Spivak, Mr. B. Kel-
emer, Mrs. A. Berow, Mrs. F. Kal-
stein, Mrs. S. Grundwerk, Mrs. J.
Bacr and others.
TO BE PERFORMED
The wedding of Miss Pauline
Rose to Mr. Bernard G. Silver-
stein took place Sunday after-
1 noon at 4 p. m. at the Beth Jacob
Synagogue with Rabbi Mosi -
Mescheoff assisted by Cantor
Maurice Mamches officiating. An
I orchestra provided the nuptial
music. A reception followed the
ceremony at the Synagogue.
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FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1940
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
1M6 8. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, R.bbi
RABBI'S RLS1DDNCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 8-6192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p.
Friday evening services, 4:30 p
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m,
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
A largo and enthusiastic audi-
ence was present to admire the
rapid progress of our building and
to participate in the cornerstone
laying ceremonies. Tributes were
paid to the men and women whose
vision and undaunted courage
made this surprising progress
possible. Mr. Drevich, our wor-
thy president, was the recipient
of praise from all thftse present
and the announcement of the
building committee agile and able
chairman. Mr. Max Rifas. that
the building will be completed with
out a mortgage was greeted with
tumultous cheers. The honor of
purchasing the cornerstone went
to our respected and hard working
treasurer, Mr. Abe Pepper. In
response to an appeal by Rabbi Tuesday night. June 4th at 8:30
Kellner. over one thousand dol- |o'clock. The full report of the
lars were pledged towards the building committee will be ren-
building fund. To those who dered at this meeting,
came to be of service and who Congratulations
again demonstrated their faith We are happy to extend our sin-
in the enduring qualities of our cere congratulations to Mr. and
faith and religion we say thank Mrs. Dave Rifas upon the recent
you and may the Lord bless you. birth of their son. May they live
Sunday School Clotting to see their offspring grow into
A most interesting and in- happy and healthy manhood,
structive program was featured Mrs. Kellner Honored
at the closing ceremonies of our Honoring Mrs. Abraham Kell-
Sunday School last Sunday night, ner upon her graduation from the
Mrs. George Chertkof in presid- University of Miami, a group of
ing reviewed the events of the friends donated a number of
past year and commended the scholarships to underprivileged
teachers for their loyal service, children in the Summer Camp of
Mr. Maurice Grossman announced the Y M. H. A.
the coveted Talmud Torah hon-
Religions School Picnic
The pupils of the Sunday and
Hebrew schools will have their
annual outing and picnic this coin-
ing Sunday all day at Malik-son
Hammock in Coconut Grove.
Transportation will be provided
for all children and will leave
from the Synagogue at 9:30 a. m.
Sharp, The committee in charge
has planned a fine athletic pro-
gram and contests. Refreshments
will be served to all the children
and accommodations are also
made to parents who care to ac-
company their children.
A regular meeting of the La-
dies Auxiliary will be held Tues-
day, June 4th at 2:30 p. m. in the
auditorium of the Y. M. H. A
Mrs. William Clein will preside
and plans will be completed for
the forthcoming installation cere-
Board of Directors
The next meeting of the board
of directors will be held in the
vestry room of the Synagogui
fH JEWISH rLOMDIAM
on her by the Chesed Shel Ernes
Sisterhood. Mrs. Wm. Clein has
been elected president of the
Chesed Shel Emeth Sisterhood for
the year 1940-41.
The groups of the Miami Chap-
ter of Habonoth observed Lag B'-
Omer in a festive manner. The
groups took advantage of the hol-
iday during the Sefira to avail
themselves of a pleasant time.
The girls of the Blue and White.
sponsored by Mrs. Louis Katz.
met on Lag B'Omer and attended
|a theatre party. Refreshments fol-
lowed, and a lovely girt was pre-
sented to Mrs. Katz in apprecia-
tion for her devotion to her group
of the Habonoth.
The linds, the youngest group
of the Miami Chapter of Habon-
oth, sponsored by Mrs George
Chertkof, had a mother and
Daughter Tea at their meeting
May 2xth. Many mothers attend-
ed and a very fine program was
presented by the girls. Mrs. Ab-
raham Kellner. founder of the
Habonoth movement in Florida,
spoke briefly and thanked Mrs.
Chertkof for her untiring loyalty
and efforts for the Habonoth
movement. Prizes were awarded,
and the names of the recipients
will appear in next week's is-
sue. Flowers were given to the
Mothers and a beautiful gift of
appreciation was presented Mrs.
Chertkof emphasizing the fond-
ness of her group for her. A can-
dlelight ceremony marked the in-
stallation of the new president.
Paula Nita Ginsburg and her of-
ficers. Songs and refreshments
followed and the program was
closed by the singing of the Ha-
bonoth song and Hatikvah.
the essay contest winners and the
high spot of the evening was
We chronicle with profound re-
reached when the School awards grata that our brother Hyman
were announced. Hope Ellen Tan- : Farber mourns the loss of his
nenbaum, winner of the Holiday mother olev hasholom. May the
Essay Contest, was the winner of Lord comfort him amidst the
the .1. Louis Shochet Memorial mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.
Medal, highest honor in the Sun- I Congratulations
day School, while Ronald Mann, | We are happy to greet the retir-
who was also winner of the high- ing president of our Indies Aux-
esl award in his class, received iliary on the honor bestowed up-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
en where credit was duff, for Dm
Levin has been a guiding light to
Bnai B'rith activities not only In
|our own Lodge but throughout the
District. After the nominating
speech was over the whole conven-
tion stood up as one and applaud-
ed and cheered Brother Levin,
while he sat there trying to ap-
pear casual, puffing away at his
pipe, and yet I could sec that he
was shaking all over and that his
eyes were filled ... it brought a
lump to my throat to witness this
-simple drama of true brotherhood
among men Brother Ike Levin
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VOLUME 13No. 22
After making an impressive record that speaks for itself, Stan-
ley C. Myers was drafted as president of the now Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation for his third term.
Rendering years of service to the community first as head of one
group and then another, covering all phases, spiritual, civic and social,
he has had to sacrifice much of both his personal and professional life,
Realizing no personal gains and seeking no self glory, he has been
devoted to the cause of Federation since its inception, being one of
the prime factors in its organization. The progress Federation has
made under his direction is evident and while the success is due to no
one individual, it definitely takes the right kind of capable leadership
to be able to band people together and get the utmost in results from
them. It requires their respect and admiration for him as well as for
Leadership is a scarcity. Many are the organizations that have
had to search for able officers instead of being able to select from a
volume of eligible timber.
That Stanley C. Myers was unanimously drafted for a "third term"
proves the recognition of his leadershipthe type Jewry sorely needs.
operation and is recuperating at
Petersburg, Virginia. We all wish
him a complete and speedy recov-
ery and also wish him every pos-
sible' success in hie new office and
imay he continue to inspire us on.
Another keynote of the convon-
St 06 ''"" "as ''"' l',t'otion of Brother
E. A. Pallot to the general com-
'1-M mittee of the District. Brother
Pallot has done so much for Sho-
lem Lodge and has been so active
in State Federation activities of
B'nai B'rith that it is fitting and
proper that he now move into the
broader scope and activities of
B'nai B'rith His enthusiasm, abil-
ity and leadership should make
i him outstanding on that commit-
The Royal Palm Chapter of the
A.Z.A. recently presented Brother
Nathan Adelnian with an "Ad-
viser Pen" in recognition of his
fine work and service to that
group in particular and A.Z.A. in
general. Brother Adelman has
won a (dace in the hearts of those
young growing boys and is to lie
commended for his untiring ef
forts as an organizer and leader.
A large audience was present at
the card party and Dutch supper
sponsored by the Sisterhood of the
Miami Beach Community Centre
Sunday evening. May 26th, at the
Centre, with Mis. K. Cohen in
charge of arrangements. All
funds derived from the affair will
go to the Centre building fund.
THE WAR AT HOME
by Harold Turk
Are you proud to be an Ameri-
can? Are you glad that 3000
miles of water separate you from
the holocaust that is Europe? Be-
cause we feel that your answer
will be yes, the Americanization
Committee, of which Brother Elry
Stone is chairman, has planned a
patriotic rally for the night of
June 25th our regular meeting
night, at the Y. M. H. A. The
affair is being arranged by Broth-
er Jimmy Leonard.
Here is your chance to let down
your hair and really wave the
flag at a commemoration of Flag
Day and Independence Day; with
movies, plenty of martial music,
the presentation of an American
Flag to the lodge, and a truly
excellent speaker to honor us,
In the light of present day
world chaos, of ever growing na-
tionalist feeling, of ever increas-
ing "boring from within" and
fifth column activity; the time has
come for us all to seriously re-
gard this democratic system
which has permitted us such be-
nevolent growth, and to rededicate
ourselves to the great dream
which has become a realityto
the ideals envisioned by the fath-
ers of America for a free and in-
dependent peoples, regardless of
race, color or creed.
Remember the 25th of June!
Mark your calendars! There'll be
further details in subsequent col-
umns, but make it a date now!
We are all looking forward to
the next regular business meet-
ing which will be held at the Y.
M. H. A. Tuesday night, June 11,
at 8:00 o'clock. At that meeting
a complete report will be made on
the Fifth District convention that
was held at Roanokc, Virginia. .
and if any of the spirit that pre-
vailed at the convention is mani-
fested at our meeting, it should be
an exceedingly interesting one
. Speaking about spirit, after
I attending the convention I can
readily understand what spirit
means and how it drives men to
victory and accomplishments .
Thank God that we B'nai B'riths
are stirred and encouraged on to
victory of a constructive nature.
One of the keynotes of the con-
vention was the election of our
Brother Ike Levin as president of
the Fifth District. I was thrilled,
as were the other delegates, while
we listened to Brother Stanley
Myers make the nominating
speech. Credit was properly giv-
Coutmy, Tht National ]wun Monthly.
PublUh.d by Baal B'rilh.
"Anli Semitism leads lo anti -
Chrislianism." Dr. Everett R.
Clinchy, Director, National Con-
ference o/ Christians and Jews.
BEHIND THE BLITZKREIG
Confidential information gathered by American military observ-
ers in Europe indicates that the biggest mistake Chamberlain made
in the last few months of his premiership was the letting out of Leslie
Hore-Belisha from the War Ministry ... If the army reforms Hore-
Belisha advocated had been carried out the British wouldn't have suf-
fered their fiasco in Norway and would have been able to give effective
aid t" Holland's arm;which, lacking that help, had to stop fighting
the Nazi invaders Incidentally, that was a heroic battle which the
little DulJh army, led by its Jewish commander-in-chief. General Ger-
ard Winkleman. put up against the mechanized and numerically vastly
superior Nazi forces An indication of trouble for the Balkans in
the very near future is seen in King Carol's precautionary move in
shipping off his Jewish friend Magda l.upescu to Ix>ndon Rumor
has it that efforts are being made to find her a refuge on this contin-
ent as quickly as possible latest story via the trans-Atlantic grape-
vine is that Italy's entry into the war on the Nazi side would start a
disastrous civil conflict in II Duce's country, a very large proportion
of (he people, though loyal supporters of the Fascist regime, being
thoroughly anti-Nazi ... If you still think that the stories of Nazi
espionage and fifth columns on this continent are exaggerated, and
even the experiences of various European ex-neutrals hasn't convinced
you. just remember that a recent purge of Nazis in Ecuador left that
country with practically no air force .
Rear Admiral Joseph K. Taussig, who recently startled the na-
tion by his statement that war between the United States and Japan
is inevitable, is the author of one of the Navy's famous phrases
It dates from the first world war. when be brought an American
squadron over to Europe and on his arrival was asked by British
naval authorities how soon he would be ready to go into action .
"Sir. we are now ready!" is what the Admiral said Because of
his brilliant" record in the service he was in line for the job of Com-
mander of the I'. S. Fleet some years ago hut the powers that be
decided that in this day and age it would be better not to have a
.lew in so prominent a position .
YOU SHOULD KNOW
If the Solomon Goldman reorganization plan for the Zionist Or-
ganization goes throughand it looks \er\ much as if it willthe ZOA
will demand and get a $100.000-a-vear subsidy from the Zionist fund-
raising organizations, and will then really start going places .
\ ladimir Jabotinsky's American Friends of Palestine are continuing
with their aggressive campaign Thear latest action is the publica-
tion of a condensed popular version of William Ziff's "Rape of Pales-
tine," with an introduction by Mrs. John Gunther. which they expect to
circulate in the tens of thousands Emboldened by the success of
his excruciatingly funny book, "Father Knows Better," Martin
(American Hebrew) Penzer is now fathering a new brainchild, vaguely
described as a sort of American Jewish editors' s-.nd publicists' club
. This time, however, he shares honors with a co-parent, Arthar
(Brooklyn Examiner) Wayne The infant organization is expected
to utter its first lusty howl before this month is over Max Brand's
famous picture entitled "Nazi Civilization," which the French Galleries
at New York refused to let him exhibit together with his other pic-
tures, will be on show at the Pale tine Pavilion at the New York
World's Fair .
Lady Wonder the soothsaying mare of Richmond who has been
getting a lot of publicity lately is reported to have announced that
the war will last three years and that England will emerge vic-
torius And Grant Lewis, who has just published a book on
astrology, claims that Hitler hasn't much longer to live, and that
Stalin, Mussolini and Franco will eventually ally themselves with
the democracies Another Blitzkreig is being readied by the Nazis.
this time against the Rothschild dynasty It'll be an Ufa film, and
the featured villain will be Nathan Rothschild, who has been dead
over a century F.P.A. reports that a real estate man has come
out with the cheerful prognosis that before long Hitler will be land-
poor Pete Gross, head of the literary department of the A. and
S. Lyons Agency, tells us that one of his bosses had the bright idea
of bringing the ex-Kaiser, whose Doom home is now Nazi territory,
to play himself in the Vincent Sheean "Foreign Correspondent" pic-
ture ... If one of these days you see a serial by Pierre van Paassen
in the Jewish Daily Forward you will know that it is a special Yid-
dish version of notes that the author of "Days of Our Years" has
prepared for a book The hero of the serial, the grandson of a
wonder-rabbi, nearly supersedes Hitler as the dictator of Germany
. Charlie Chaplin's "Dictator" film will probably be delayed some
more, for revamping to fit the headlines ... In the meanwhile
Charlie is keeping busy writing his autobiography, his main purpose
being to discourage publishers from putting out the unauthorized
version of his life story that is being peddled around Walter
Winchell is enjoying the opportunity of saying "I told you so" to
those editorial writers who not long ago decried him as an alarmist
because of his continual references to Nazi activities in this country
A new foreign news service, to be called the Overseas News
\ Agency, has been formed Herbert B. Swope of the defunct New
| York World and George Backer of the very much alive New York Post
are its moving spirits Arthur Menken, intrepid news cameraman
iwho has been filming troubles in all parts of the world during the
| past few years, has brought back newsreels from Norway, showmg
how Nazis bombed undefended open towns. .
FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1910
PALM BEACH NOTES
.Mrs. Rose Maaa will leave Sun-
day to join her husband at their
home in Philadelphia. She has
been visiting with her parents,
Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Friedman. '
Max Blither of Miami was a
recent visitor in Palm Beach as
the house guest of his brother,
Dr. Barney Blicher,
Miss Muriel Schutzer, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schutzer,
will be graduated from the local ,
Central High School this month.
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein of
Temple Beth El, has returned
from the B'nai B'rith District
Convention at Roanoke, Va. Also
making the trip as delegates were
Jack Kapner and Dave Feldman.
JEWISH PUBLICATION SOCIETY ELECTS SEVEN NEW
MEMBERS OF PUBLICATION COMMITTEE
The Jewish Publication Society of America announces the appoint-
ment el seven" new members of its Publication Committee. (1) Dr.
Ephraim A. Speiser, Professor of Semitics in the Graduate School of
the University of Pennsylvania and Professor of Biblical Philology and
History of the Ancient Orient at Dropsie College; (2l Dr. Hairy A.
Wolfson, the Nathan Littauer Professor of Jewish Literature and
Philosophy at Harvard University; (3) Dr. Felix A. Levy, rabbi of
Emanuel Congregation in Chicago and former President of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis; (4) Dr. Louis Pinkelstein, the newly
elected President of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America;
l "> I Mr. Albert Mordell, of Philadelphia, well-known author and lit-
erary critic; (6) Dr. Shalom Spiegel, Professor of Hebrew Literature
at the Jewish Institute of Religion in New York; (71 Dr. Jacob R.
Marcus. Professor of History at the Hebrew Union College in Cinein*
liati. The Publication Committee new consists of 2\i outstanding fig-
ures in Jewish life, representing every shade of Jewih opinion. 12 of
the 2',' members have bevn added to the Publication Committee during
the past three years to aid in the enlarged program of the Society's
activities. The Jewish Publication Society of America has completed
more than 52 consecutive years of activity and has published over
;; 000,000 volumes of its publications.
Red Cross Fund for European
war relief will receive ten dollars
from the B'nai B'rith Ixdge Aux-
iliary here, it was voted at the
meeting of the organization Tues-
day night at Scher Memorial Hall.
Mrs. Morris Dickson presided.
The budget committee composed
of Mrs. Phil Blicher and Mrs. Al
Wacksman. presented the budget
which will receive final action at
the next meeting.
Mrs. c. L. Colsby and daughter
Blossom of Miami Beach were the
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Levin of West Palm Beach. Mrs.
Colsby is a sister of Mrs. Levin.
THE WAR RECONCILES JEWS AND ARABS
A picture from Colony, Beth Joseph, where Jews and Arabs have al-
ways lived in peace and harmony. The picture shows a meal given by
the Arabs to the Jews when the latter came to settle in Beth Joseph.
Ix>cal B'nai B'rith I-odge will
donate twenty-five dollars to the
Red Cross and in addition. Presi-
dent Morris Bierman asked mem-
bers for individual donations at
the meeting Monday night at
Scher Memorial Hall. Sam Alex-
ander. Leonard Pagan, Louis Nan-
kin and Jack Chcrnikoff were in-
itiated into the order.
DOWN ON FASCISTS
' RITUAL MURDER"
POGROM IN WARSAW
Belgrade (W'NS)Details of a
tearful pogrom in Nazi-occupied
Poland as a result of which one
Jew was lynched, and scores of
Jews were beaten and tortured in
the streets of Warsaw, were dis-
closed by a refugee who recently
The pogrom occurred on the eve
of Passover when a Polish child
was found murdered. Polish anti-
Semites immediately invaded the
Jewish quarter and beat all Jews
in the streets. One Jew, riding on
a street car, was pulled off the
car and lynched, the refugee said.
A group of about 200 young
Jews immediately organized to
resist the anti-Semitic mob. Dur-
ing the melee, many of the anti-
Semites were beaten and started
to withdraw when Nazi- police ar-
rived and seized the resisting
Jews. The Jews, the refugee said,
were lined up with their faces to
the wall and ordered to hold their
hands above their heads. The
Nazi police then fired into the air.
Several of the Jews were report-
ed to have suffered a nervous
breakdown as a result.
The refugee reported also that
there are about 20,000 Jewish
children, separated from their
parents by the war or concentra-
tion camps, wandering about the
highways of Nazi-held Poland.
These children move from village
to village begging for food and
clothing. Many of the children,
it was said, are in need of medic-
The Beth El Sisterhood dance
and water carnival was held Sun-
day night at the Mayflowers.
Among those in charge of ar-
rangements were Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. A. Levin,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goodmark,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ryder Mrs. Ira
May and Sam Scher.
Flag Day celebration of B'nai
B'rith I-odge, Beth Israel and Beth
El Congregations will be held
June 14th at Temple Beth El with
the Rev. Frank Atkinson, pastor
of the Union Congregational
Church, as the guest speaker.
Mis. Rose Fast, who has been
the house guest of Mrs. WTm.
Morse, has left to make her home
in Miami Beach.
(Continued from Page 1)
himself as a refugee from Nazi
Germany and recently predicted
that the Nazis would be defeated
in the war. Also arrested was
Adofl Charles Kunz, former coun-
selor of the Austrian Legation
and a son-in-law of Lord Rad-
Mosley was seized at his apart- :
ment after plainclothes detectives
raided headquarters of the British
Union of Fscists where they found
great quantities of anti-Semitic
and Fascist literature. While
their headquarters were being
raided, British Fascists distribut-
ed leaflets, containing Mosley's (
message, apposing tfhe war on ]
the ground that "this war is no '
quarrel of the British people, but
a quarrel of Jewish finance."
At the same time, it was learned
that British officials are watching
carefully the activities of the out-
lawed Irish Republican Army.
The charge was made here that
the Nazis are lending financial
support to the I. R. A. and may
attempt to occupy, with the help
of the I. R. A., Ireland for an at-
tack on England.
30,000 JEWS ESCAPE
(Continued from Fage 1)
in a move to alleviate the conges-
tion. The government has adver-
tised for doctors, engineers and
technicians among the refugees,
and a bureau has been opened to
put refugee farmers into immedi-
tZ^^^u^^^vnH, in New York where students are being taught not only Torah but also a
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FRIDAY. May 31, 1910
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi 498 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-147S
Home Phone 2-217*
Daily aervices at 7 a. m. and
Friday evening, 5:30 o'clock.
Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30
Late Friday evening services,
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior services, Saturday 10:30
Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p.
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a.
Bar-Mitzvah Group, Sunday
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
During the closing exercises
this coming Sunday morning at
10 o'clock, prizes will be awarded
to the honor students to all 14
classes of our Sunday School. In
addition prizes will be given to
the students of the Talmud To-
rah. Also gifts will be given to
the students who excelled in ath-
letic games held last Sunday dur-
ing the picnic. At this .closing
session we are very happy to an-
nounce that a very satisfactory
year of study has passed and we ]
are greatly appreciative of the
fine work that our Sunday School
teachers and superintendent, Mr.
Louis Heiman, has accomplished.
Confirmation will take place
this year Sunday evening, June
2nd at the Beth David Synagogue
at 8:15 p. m. The doors will be
closed promptly at 8:15. Order
of exercises, (under the direction
of Mrs. Harry Oliphant). The ad-
dresses of the confirmants are
original and summarize the ideals
and principles of Israel.
Anthem, Beth David Choir; en-
trance of Confirmants, Bernie
Freed, Evelyn Gold, Clarice Grop-
per. Jules Katz, Dorothy Pepper,
Irving Pont, Sara Rose Schwartz,
Miriam Scheinberg, Ester I. Sil-
verman, Joe Solomon. Harvey
elyn Gold; Kings in Israel, Jules
Katz; the Prophets Isainh, Jere-
miah and Jonah, Miriam Schein-
berg. The Spiritual Teachers of
Israel, Rabbi Zakkai and Rabbi
Akiva, Joe Solomon; Moses Mai-
monides, Zelda Syman; Modern
Zionism, Bernie Freed; Israel's
Heritage. Ester L. Silverman;
Adoration, Confirmation Class; a
Tribute to Parents, Harvey Soot-
in; Flower Offering, Sara Rose
Schwartz; presentation of a To-
rah, Louis J. Hartz; address, Rab-
bi Max Shapiro; awarding of Bi-
bles, Mrs. Isador, president of Sis-
terhood; awarding of diplomas,
Louis Heiman, superintendent of
Sunday School; closing prayer,
Dorothy Pepper; benediction.
"Birchas Kohanim, Cantor and
[Choir; blessing of Confirmants,
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Chairman
arrangements, Mothers of Confir-
mants piano accompanist, Mrs. E.
Beth David Choir: Mrs. Abra-
ham Bloch, Mrs. Edward Fried-
man. Miss Bede Goldenblank, Mrs.
Albert Nannes, Mrs. William
Weintraub, Mrs. Mildred Rubin-
stein, Mrs. Joe Schraeger.
A reception for the Confirm-
ants will take place in the au-
ditorium. You are cordially in-
One of the highlights of the
Confirmation exercises this year
will be the presentation of a
Safer Torah to the Synagoue by
Mr. Louis J. Hartz. who will pres-
ent it in the name of his brother.
The scroll was saved from Nazi
destruction in Germany and sent
to him not so long ago. We are
greatly indebted to Mr. Hartz for
this fine presentation.
During the services this coming
Saturday, Alan, .son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Marcus will be Bar-
Mitzvah. The Rabbi will speak
Annual Congregational Meeting
We cannot stress sufficiently
the importance of every member
of the Beth David Congregation
to attend the meeting Sunday eve
------... wv^ kji/nmnN, narvey ......."--"*. ^m,<4.v v*~
Sootin, Zelda Syman; vocal, "The "'"* Jm"' 1,,h at 8 P- M- at th<>
Lord Is My Shepherd,' Cantor Ro,h Davitl Auditorium. Certain-
Louis Hayman"; address of wel- IIy il is tht' (luty of <'V(''"y member
to vote at the election for Board
come. I^eo Ackerman, president of
Congregation; opening prayer.
Clarice Cropper Israel's Biblical
Heroes, Patriarchs and Jo.-ftua,
Irving Pont; Our Matriarchs, Ev-
G A S O L E N E
Cities Service Products
of Directors. Any member who
does not participate in an elec-
tion is definitely guilty of indif-
ference and disinterestedness.
Come with your wives and enjoy a
social hour as well.
We therefore expect every mem-
ber to be present at this occasion.
| We emphasize the fact that any-
i one who dares to give the petty
excuse for absence at our election
that he does not desire to become
engaged in partisanship because
of personality, shows definite J *
signs of childishness and imma-
turity. Where an institution is
involved, "especially religious', it
is the duty, the command, to exer-
cise his voting power. We ex-
pect to see you Sunday evening.
June 9th at 8 P. M. at the Beth
DO NOT FORGETWe shall
expect to see you Sunday night,
June 9th at the auditorium at 8
P. M. for the Annual Congrega-
Remember the following dates:
Thursday evening, June 13, the
new Board of Directors will hold
its election of officers and budget
! planning for the year as well. On
Sunday night, June 16th, in the
auditorium a Congregational meet-
ing will take place ratifying the
budget and the election of Rabbi
for the ensuing year. Details
will be given in next week's issue.
We extend our wishes for an
immediate cure to Mr. Ben Kan-
del, who underwent an operation
recently. May the Almighty grant
him sound health.
We extend our congratulations
to Helen, daughter of Mr. and
'Mrs. Joseph Syman, and Paul W.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin So-
koloff, at their recent engage-
ment. We wish them both happi-
ness for the future.
Sunday School Honor Students
Morris Baron, Irene Budner,
I Paul Cootner, Bernard Diekson.
I Sunshine Fagan, Estelle Green-
Iberg, Eugene Heiman, Robert
Katims. Roslyn Kline, Joan Lang-
ner, Bobby F. Levin, Leon Lubitz,
Bernice Levinson, Shirley Merlin.
Harvey Miller, Elmer Oliphant.
Arthur Pepper, Herman Rosen-
thai, Bernard Ross, Leon Segal,
Dolores Simon, Shirley Smith, Al-
vin Schwartz, Mildred Zalka. Al-
icia Gulkis, Bernard Rosenthal,
and Frederich Scher.
Talmud Torah Honor Students
Murray Bakel. Sidney Diekson,
David Jacobs, Marjory .Miller. Do-
lores Simon, Harvey Sootin, Char-
lene Rossin, Alfred Aronovitz.
Richard Gleichenhaus, Bernard
Diekson, Sol Singer and Bernard
Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduit
the Radio Hour over WIOD this
Sunday afternoon from 3 to 3:30
P. M. Cantor Louis Hayman will
be in charge of the musical pro-
gram. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss
the subject, "Ethic in a World of
The following "Yahrzeiten" will
be observed during this month of
"Sivan." The "Anniversary Can-
dle" is lit the evening before the
English date mentioned, and the
"Kaddish' begins that same eve-
ning until sunset of the day men-
Sarah Cohen, mother of Walter
Cohen, June 7th; Chaya Sera.
mother of Charles Walder, June
,8th; Kay Allen Siegel, son of Ir-
vin Siegel, June 9th; Rebecca Kle-
vitsky. mother of Mrs. L. Siegel.
June 10th; Jacob Moses Shtupnik,
lather of Rose Fields, June 11th;
| Samuel Melinson. husband of Mrs.
Rose Melinson, June 12th; Jacob
|Silberstein, husband of Mrs. J.
jSilberstein. June 14th; Ahron!
, father of Mrs. W. Blutstein, June
28rd; Solomon Rubenstein, father
I of Harry Rubenstein, June 21th;
! Samuel Rosenthal, father of Mrs.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washing-ton Avemue and Third Street, Miami Beaca
MOSES MESCHELOFF. R
Hi Michigan Avmm
MAURICE MAMCHCS. Cantor
45 Euclid Avenue
Shachriss: Daily at 8:00 a. m.;
Saturday at 8:30 a. m.
Mincha: Daily at 6:45 p. m.;
Friday and Saturday at ti:30 p. m.
Maariv: Daily at ":20 p. m.!
Saturday at 7:35 p. m.
Shalosh Soodoss: Saturday at
6:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on "The Portion of the
Mr. and Mrs. N. Glass invite
their many friends to this Sab-
bath morning service in honor of
the Bar Mitzva of their boy, Sam-
uel Steven. The boy will recite
the Haftorah and read from the
weekly portion of the Torah. Rab-
bi Mescheloff will address the boy
after his Bar Mitzva message.
Cantor Mamches will chant the
service. Refreshments will
served after the service.
Graduation cxev/.'ises for
graduating class of our Sunday
sessions will be held Tuesday eve-
ning. June 4th at 8:00 o'clock at
our synagogue. The program has
been arranged by our Rabbi and
Attorney A. L. Mechlowitz. A
very impressive ceremony will
mark the graduation of this class
into our high school division.
The program will include a se-
ries of addresses by the gradu-
ates, the presentation of Bibles to
the graduates and gifts to the
faculty by the Sisterhood. Among
the speakers will be heard Mrs.
B. H. Ixmdon, Sisterhood presi-
dent; Mr. M. B. Frank, synagogue
president; Mr. I. D. Spivak, chair-
man of the board of education.
Refreshments will be served by
the mothers of the graduates.
The public is invited.
Our Sisterhood will run a card
party at the Victor Hotel garden
on June 10th at 1:30 p. m. A love-
ly affair is assured to all who
will come. Prizes and refresh-
ments. Mrs. B. H. London is in
charge of arrangements, assisted
by a committee of members, Mrs.
M. Kreiger, Mrs. J. Albert, .Mrs.
M. B. Frank. Mrs. I. Miller, Mrs.
A. Berow. Mrs. I.apotsky. Mrs.
Ida Cohen, Mrs. J. Shapiro, Mrs.
B. Kelemer. Mrs. J. Wucher, Mrs.
S. Blank, Mrs. D. Backer, Mrs.
Gottesman. Mrs. J. Morris and
Mrs. A. J. Tobin.
Tickets can be had from any of
the committee members or at
the synagogue office.
Silver Wedding Anniversary
All the members and officers of
our congregation join in wishing
health, happiness and prosperity
i to Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank who
will celebrate their twenty-fifth
wedding anniversary this comit:g
Sunday night. Our Rabbi assisted
by our Cantor will perform the
Our religious school never
closes down. A summer semester
I will begin June 17th and will last
j through the summer till the open-
I ing of the public schools. Regis-
tration is now in progress. Classes
will be held during the morning
| hours. A record enrollment is ex-
pected this year.
Chas. Marks, June 26th; Deborah
Zeiber. mother of M. E. Singer,
June 28th; Getzel Goldstein, fath-
er of Chas. Goldstein, June 28th;
Solomon Margolis, father of Dr.
^J. B. Margolis. June 23rd; Joseph
Goldenberg, father of Mrs. David
Hillman, July 1st; Wolf Blutstein,
husband of Mrs. W Blutstein, July
6th; Ahron David, father of Mrs.
H. Rayvis, June 17th; Yosef, fath-
er of Jack & Gerson August, June
18th; Channa, mother of Jack
Cropper, June 20th; Efraim Pol-
lock father of Mrs. M. Kaler;
Fciga, daughter of Mrs. M. E.
Singer, June 23rd.
By Elsie Kronenfeld
Announcing the Opening of Two Summer Camps by
Rabbi S. Wrubel, Directorfor 1940 Season
(amp Dell wood 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
At our regular meeting held
Monday evening at the Beth Devid
Talmud Torah election of officers
for the coming year were held.
Betty Lasky was elected presi-
dent; Hilde Breskin, fust vie
president; Ruth Bernstein, second
vice president; Elsie Kronenfeld.
third vice president; Gladys Stein,
corresponding secretary: Gertrude
Shaff. recording secretary; Rosa
, lind Klein, treasurer; Carol Lev-
itt, historian, and librarian, Helen
Moss. Board members elected
were Rose Pushkoff, Rosalind
; Friedman. Janie Gershon, Betty
Sir, Paye Engel, and Anita Bern-
stein, Installation of officers will
Ibe held in the near future. De-
tails will be announced in The
Mr. Isaac Levn underwent a
minor operation in Petersburg.
Virginia, and is now convalescing
j The many friends of Mrs. Harry
! Oliphant will regret to learn that
she was in an automobile accident
.Wednesday evening and is now in
Jacksonville Memorial Hospital.
| Dr. Harold Rand left Thursday
for New York where his marriage
to Miss Gertrude Goodman will
take place June- 16th. Dr. Rand
Will also attend the medical eon-
vention being held in New York
the first week in June.
I At the regular meeting of the
Iota Chi Sorority held Wednesday
evening at the home of Marcie
Adelman, Miss Naomi Grossman
was promoted to the office of
prestdent due- to the marriage of
Miss Nataleah Simons, former
Prc-s.dent. Miss Bernice Miller
was elected vice president.
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UDAY, MAY 31, 1910
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
THE Y. M. H.
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
J.My thanks to Miss Margie Rob-
Its for a swell column last week
Lring my absence.
fit was, indeed, a happy jour-
is- to and from Roanoke, Virgin-
T. attending the B'nai Brith 5th
listrict Convention. With all the
blendid work this great organi-
kticn has done and is doing for
ludaism, I would like to offer
his comment ... The greatest
fervice they can offer to the Jews
America is their work with the
louth. not only with A.Z.A. which
the junior order of B'nai B'rith,
|ut with organizations like the Y.
H. A. and Jewish centers who
['gin to train the youth from five
My ardent hope is that a closer
L|8e of cooperation may be in-
augurated in the very near future
hiih will in turn serve all Ju-
fab-ai to the best advantage.
Congrats to our newly elected
, nt. Dr. Sam Beckman,
Fred Shochet and Nat Blumberg,
ho were elecU'd secretary and
treasurer, respectively. Now, one
i! thi issues before the members
who shall be elected vice presi-
Ire: race for that office. For the
Ithrte year term, the following
candidates have been placed in
I at ion: Al F'allot, George
IWolpert, Leo Robinson, Joe Ber-
Etnd Al Rosenfeld. Nominees
Jfor two year board terms are:
Mathew S. Handler, Henry Gabbe,
1 Lemelman, Al Rosenfeld,
land Leon Lieberman. Nominees
Ifei- one year board terms are:
r Safan, Pave Lentelman, Har-
liy Gordon, Joseph A. Berman.
Stanley t". Myers, J. Aron Ab-
|l.ett. William Shayne, Leon Lieb-
i rman, Sam Blank, George Gold-
I living QueridO, Jules Wil-
I \1 Reisman, Henry Hohauser.
IaI Rosenfeld, Mickey Lubel, Mur-
Iry Grossman, Joe I.ipton. Meyer
lSchwartz, Harry Markowitz. The
holdover board members are Dr.
Harold Rand. Jack Apte, and Har-
|i. s, hwartz.
Elections will be held Wednes-
|day evening, June 5th. and every
i id.or is urged to be present. As
611 previous years. Loo Ackerman
Will preside. To all of you who
per, present at previous Y elec-
' and heard the inimitable
pead of the Ackerman Insurance
y ".lo his stuff" will realize
What a treat is in store for all of
So don't forget. Wednesday,
lune 5th at the V Elections .
This Maurice Grossman's annual
|ie|ei; and plenty of food, etc.
to 18 years are invited to the
meeting which will be held Sun-
day morning at 10:00 oclock.
The Y"-Ettes, sub-junior girls
of the Y announce that they will
Vionsor a "Vacation Dance,'
at the Y. M. H. A. Thursday night,
June 13th. Tickets may be pur-
chased from members.
tion between the Y of Miami and
We are pleased to announce
that Sholein Lodge B'nai B'rith
will meet at the Y. M. H. A. build-
ling on Monday, evening June 10th,
[for a business session. On Tues-
lday, .June 25th, this splendid 01-
Iganization will hold an American-
Uzation Day program on our ath-
letic field. More details later.
A regular meeting of the Y. M.
|H. A. Athletic Club was held
Sunday night. May 26th at 7:30.
Election of officers was held and
j the following officers were elect-
ed: president, Murry Zohn; vice-
president. Murray Miller; secre-
tary. Irwin Berger; treasurer,
William Dock. A beach party
was discussed and will be given at
I a later date. This group of the
Y is advancing rapidly and is be-
coming very active around the 1
All boys between the ages of 14
Diamond Ball Team
Wins Two and Ties One
Our softball team certainly
made a good start last week.
In a double header with Claud
Neon and Richmond Clothiers,
the Y came out on top. Under the
able leadership of Mickey Lubel
and Doc Weinkle, the Y team
promises to be a leader in the
league when the count is taken.
On Tuesday night, last, the Y
played a 10-10 tie with Lee-Johns
Motors. We extend our Congrats
to every member of the team and
hope that they will carry on the
fine sportsmanship that they have
Our aim is to give every player
an opportunity. While we would
like to have a winning team, we
are more interested in the sport.
Watch the Y bulletins from prac-
tice game announcements and if
you are interested, come and try
out for the team.
As previously announced, the
Home (amp will commence ses-
sions on Monday morning, June
17th at 9:30 o'clock. On Sun-
day afternoon, June ith from 3:00
tn 5:00 o'clock there will be a
rally for campers and parents at
the Y. The committee is prepar-
ing a very fine program and all
parents who have children of
camp age are urged to bring them
to the Y next Sunday afternoon,
Registration will commence on
Monday. June 10th and will con-
tinue the entire week. No child
will be admitted who has not pre-
viously been examined by the doc-
tor. So. do not wait until the last
minute. Register your child im-
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector, announces that all those
desiring to be counsellors of the
Home Camp are requested to call
al the Y Monday morning. June
8rd at 9:30 o'clock at which time
Mrs. Grace Ambrose of the W.I'.A.
staff will give instructions to our
counsellors in arts and crafts. All
those interested please communi-
cate with Mr. Grossman.
News 'Round Town
Congratulations to Rabbi and
Mrs. Kellner upon their gradua-
tion from the U of Miami, receiv-
ing B.A. Degrees from the uni-
versity. Good luck to Dr. Harold
Rand and Milton Friedman who
were given a bachelor dinner last
Tuesday evening at Don Lan-
ning's by their friends. Each re-
ceived a beautiful traveling bag
with the best wishes of the boys.
To you young men up the state
like Morry La Bellman and Lou
Kaplan in Orlando, and Jack Kap-
ner in West Palm Beach, and a
few others who have slipped from
my memory, we want you to cor-
respond with us and let us know
what progress you are making in
the formation of Y. M. H. A.'s
and Jewish centers in your re-
spective home towns. This also
goes for all the other cities in
Florida who would like coopera-
Y. W. H. A. NEWS
The Y. W. H. A. held its gener-
al meeting Wednesday evening,
May 211th at the Y' club rooms,
with its newly elected president,
Miss Irene Cohen, presiding. The
featun of the evening was the
book review on "A Peculiar
Treasure" by Mrs. Joel Belov, af-
ter which an open forum followed.
A prize for selling the most tick-
ets for the recently held bingo
party was presented to Miss Mil-
dred Berkowitz. The next gener-
al meeting will be held at the
club rooms Wednesday evening,
Card Party and Supper
The Y W. H A will hold a card
party and buffet supper on the
lawn of the Y on Sunday, July
21st with Mrs. J. Engler as chair-
man. Details will be announced
in The Jewish Floridian.
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phe-ne f-T7tt
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAM
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Elthsr *r both f the Rabbis win h. la the Tempi, fry BK>ratn#.
Tou may consult with them o matter* comcsrnlng tha Jewla comma-
sit r. or yaur paisenal problem*. Tou will ba aaauraa .ymaath.tla
hearing and advic*, and. needle** wo aay. each matter will ba haM m
"Do not withdraw thyself front
Celebrate Refugee Night
Saturday. June 8th, the Y'.
W. H. A., in conjunction with the
Y. M. II. A. will hold a special
"Refugee Night" to which all are
cordially invited to attend. Come
and make our refugees feel at
home, here in our home, America.
Athletic Classes to Begin
Beginning with Tuesday eve-
ning, June 4th. the Y W. H A.
will devote an evening to build-
ing the body as well as the mind,
and have been fortunate in secur-
ing Mr. Mickey Lubel as their
athletic director. Classes will be
held on every Tuesday evening
and only members of the Y. W. H.
A. are eligible to attend.
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
1 Tie writer will be glad to answer
any problem of his readers. Write
to linn In e.u.- of ihis newspaper)
Today we continue suggestions
to parents on voice control.
The first step in changing or
controlling voice must be in the
control of breathing, learning how
to let air come through our tubes,
slowly and at- an even volume
while' we are talking. Singers
spend a large portion of their ear-
ly training in the practice of
PITCH: The low voice is 01
course more pleasing than the
high voice. There is a feeling of
annoyance when listening to a
high'pitched voice. This is due to
the fact that the higher the pitch,
the more the number of vibrations
rier second and therefore the hard-
er we have to work our nervous
systems to receive and respond to
those tones. While low pitch is
more pleasing to the ear. high
eteh has a greater carrying qual-
'l'NFLECTION: A change of
pilch within a word or a sentence
is called "inflection." It is by in-
flection that we distinguish a
question from a statement. In a
question the voice goes up at
the end; in a statement it re-
mains at a level or falls. The same
word given various inflections,
will have entirely different mean-
ings. Take for example, the
word "yes." Say it as if you were
giving a final answer to a serious
and important question You will
note that your pitch falls at a
rapid rate. Now say yes as if
inquiring whether or not a thing
wore true. Say "yes" as if you
were pleased at being asked to go
somewhere. Say "yes in a
doubtful way. Here wo have the
same word, but with vastly differ-
ent meanings. Perhaps the most
difficult voice to listen to is the
monotone the one whose voice
noes on and on without any ups
or downs for relief Sometimes
monotone is due to a ark of mus-
ical ear and the inability to in-
flect one's tones. Sometimes it
is dee to lack of vitality, energy
and enthusiasm. It may also be
due as has been shown in some
recent experiments to lack of in-
telligence. Range of pitch in con
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, May 31st at
8:15 o'clock the sermon, "Who
Teaches Whom?" will be deliver-
ed by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, and
services will be conducted by
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
Sabbath Morning Services
Interpretation of Biblical por-
tion by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
and services by Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
an with participation of the Con-
The evening of June 18th will
be the occasion of the gala dinner
dance of our Temple, to be held at
the Hollywood Beach Hotel. Res-
ervations are $3.50 per person,
and are available by calling the
Temple office, or the co-chairmen
of the event. Dr. Frank Coret or
Mr. Herman I. Homa.
The Religious School picnic
which was to have been hold this
Sunday. June 2, will not be held,
due to the fact that our usual pic-
nic grounds were not available
this year, and due* also to the fact
that we felt a generous contribu-
tion to the Red Cross would be a
most fitting substitute for the
usual picnic expenses. The Red
Cross contribution has already
been sent by our Religious School.
Sisterhood Installation Luncheon
A most delightful installation
luncheon marked the closing of a
successful year Tor the Sister-
hood. The luncheon held on Mon-
day, May 27th, at Kaplan Hall,
was beautifully arranged and pre-
pared by a committee, consisting
of Mrs. B. P.. Berkeley as chair-
man, assisted by Mrs. A. E. Berk-
eley, Mrs. Jack Bernstein. Mrs.
Jan Jacobs, Mrs. Jos. L. Arkin,
Mrs. Sam S. Lavine, Mrs. B. W.
Slote, Mrs. Arthur Treister.
The spiritual part, in ^the form
of the program, was capably han-
dled by Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, who
acted as toastmistress. Mrs. Hen-
ry D. Williams, who installed the
officers; Mrs. Harold B. Spaet,
retiring president, who reported
on the year's work; Mrs. Morris
Plant, chairman of the Religious
School, who outlined the year's
work in the Religious School, Mrs.
Max Steuer, incoming president,
who delivered her pledge and hope
for the coming year; and Mrs. I.
M. Weinstein, who presented an
original play on Sisterhood af-
fairs, assisted by Miss Maxine
Kanter. Mrs. Henry D. Williams,
Mrs. Frank A. Perlman and Mrs.
Gordon Davis. The musical por-
tion of the program was presented
by Lily Drucker and the opening
and closing prayers were deliv-
ered by Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi
A history of Reform Judaism.
its platforms and its principles
will be presented this year as the
theme of the Confirmation Exer-
cises. The exercises will take
place Tuesday evening, June 11th.
1940, in our Temple, with the fol-
lowing confirmands: Henry Bron-
ner, Joseph Bulbin, Ann Casscl,
Eileen Cowen, Florence Cromor.
Stephen Davis. Selig Estroff,
Marjorie Fisher, Gloria Freeman,
Harriet Goldman, Mildred Josel-
off. Ruth Kendell. Gloria Kirstein,
Jerry Landfield, Gladys LaVigne.
Lawrence Levin, I-eonard Lewis,
Paul Leibovit- Harriot Marcus,
Joseph Mirsky, Joyce Oren, Frank
Rosen. Lillian Rubin, Ina Steuer.
Lee Weinberg, Roland Weintraub,
and Robert Weitz.
versation, tends to set off one
Idea against another. It makes
for Variety and keeps the listen-
er interested. Many papers winch
are prepared and read al meetings
or conventions prove boring,
whereas the .-amo material given
in a conversational tone would
find eager listeners.
VOLUME depends on how much
air we let through our windpipes
and out of our mouths at any
given time. As change in pitch is
related to change of ideas, so vol-
ume is related to emotions, rrom
the extreme of being so excited
that we cannot speak, a condition
in which the muscles are so over-
stimulated that they become par-
alyzed, we find that increased ex-
citement tends to increase volume.
The angry man shouts; the fright-
ened woman screams. A well
controlled voice would load an ob-
server to infer good emotional
control. Speakers often confuse
volume with carrying quality
They also confuse volume with
emphasis when volume may be
and often it. used for emphasis.
It may be so over used that it
ceases to have its effect and bo-
comes a source of irritation. Of-
ten changing to a softer voice
and a slower temno will effect the
same emphasis and in a pleasant-
er way than resorting to shout-
ing and pounding a table.
Parents should make use of
their knowledge of voice control
and make it a part of the home
training of their children.
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Anyone having article* of
Clothing', furniture, etc. that
are noi being used or needed,
please cooperate with the La-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY. May :tl. iM,
D H A Y N 0 C
Congregation Ohev Shalom
Morris A. Skop, Rabbi
honor. Outstanding students in
the various classes will be given
j book prizes by the school board.
' Reports will be made of the work
Jack Wolf son Returns
Mr. Jack Wolf son, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Wolfson of Lakeland,
and prominent member of the
' accomplished during the past year United States Army Reserves, has
by representatives of the various returned to Orlando after serving
three months in the special corps
of the United States Army Re-
Sunday, June 2, at 11:30 a. m., serves as Captain in camp in OK-
the family of Louis Lieberman, lahoma. Jack has risen m the
former active member in the Or- ranks of the U. S. Army Reserves
m.'lando Jewish Community, will un- and has become an outstanding
. the veil a memorial at the Jewish student of military tactics. He is
theme. 'The Sixth Column Will cemetery. Rev. Abraham Leshin- a member of the Scouting Coin-
Ultimately Win the War; What is sky and Rabbi Morris A. Skop niittee of the local Ii'nai B nth.
the Sixth Column?" a discussion will conduct the services and in- Hearty Congratulations
of the attitude of people of faith tone the memorial prayers. All The community expresses Mazel
and religion towards the events of friends are urged to attend. Tov to Mrs Lou Wolly upon the
our day. Sabbath morning ser- Community Picnic marriage of her brother, Dave
The l*K B'Omer celebration Friedman, to a former pupil oi
held at Bernstein's estate was a Rabbi Skop's, Miss Evelyn l hav, .
Prises will be Miss Thawl was confirmed >
at the Rl>bi Skop while he was a teach-
at Ohio State University in
vices, 8:30 o'clock.
Sunday. June 9, the following
boys and girls will be confirmed awarded to the winners
bv Rabbi Morris A. Skop at 7:30 dosing exercises Sunday. A grand
William Andrew Jacob, Miriam 'and races and delicious refresh- new a W<*""* m! ; '
Reatha Kottelman, Florence Rita n.ents were on the program. The singer, having^appeared in^man>
Kottelman, Marshall W. Niren- ; committee is grateful to Mr. and ballets and *" Broadway
h0- I. M..on nwnl Mrs. A. Bornstein of Clermont. and movies in Hollywood. it
expected that the couple maj Visit
Ladies Auxiliary Luncheon If
.u Or ando some time soon.
i Continued from Page 1)
dent; Mrs. Gus Bear, vice presi- ^ m..mb.,r. of
j ? v. u______;,, :also asked that all memoirs oi
dent; Mrs. Lour Abramow.tz, "* ... ,
., i- ISholem Lodge who are still noi.i-
treasurer, Mrs. Charles Margolis, I f """'" f
corresponding secretary; Mrs. B. ">* applications please tut them
ecretary; and at '\. An* who JJ" ,
it, ,KH.i1v jo'" ln thls worthy project can
-n,t TaS.' become a member of the Crippled
m ~?~ Children's Hospital, by sending
Katz, recording secretary;
Mrs. Fred Salkow
Rabbi Skop spoke
for the Next Year." Many new
berg, Jerome Marven Soowal,
Marcia Gloria Siegel, and Stanley I
Tetenbaum. The Sternberg mu- | Wednesday, May 2'.. at
sical trio will play, accompanied Country Club in Orlando, the fol- f TYRIVF
by Mrs. Birdie Weiner. Guest lowing officers were installed for '
rabbis, Manuel Greenstein of 1940: Mrs. Joseph Wolf, presi-.
West Palm Beach and Sydney
Bogner of Daytona Beach, will
present the charge to the class.
Ruth Berkovitz, president of the
confirmation class of 1940, will
present the class gift to the Syn-
agogue president, Mr. Barney Co-
hen. Mrs. Gus Bear and Mrs.
Loui6 Jacob, members of the
school board, will present the di-
plomas. Individual gifts will be
presented by Rabbi Morris A.
Skop. A reception tendered by
the parents will be held down-
stairs following the services.
Sunday, June 2, at 10 a. m. the
religious and Hebrew schools will
hold closing exercises, at which
time Mrs. Morris Tetenbaum.
chairman of attendance, will pre-
sent diplomas and certificates of
The t"!nt> of the famous Ci;:on of Vilna. Rabbi EHjahil ben SI
(1720-1797), in the cemetery of Vilna which has been desecrate by
Polish anti-Seini.il- Nationai-Democrats.
in one dollar for each member ot
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Contributions received this week !
are as follows:
Previously reported .
Francis K Warsonot!
Goldstein Passes On
The Orlando Jewish Commun-
ity was shocked at the sudden
passing of Mr. Sam Goldstein, who
formerly owned the Goldstein j.,,,,., u, Zcients .
Kosher Market. Although Mr. IguU,Wfig*
Goldstein had been ill for some
time, his death was a shock to ev-
erybody. Services were conduct-
ed, prior to the burial in New
York, by Rabbi Morris A. Skop
and Rev. Abraham Leshinsky.
Jack Hoffman Joins Navy
Jack Hoffman, son of Mrs. Belle
Hoffman was officially enlisted in
the United States Navy and de-
parted or duty this week. Jack
has been an active member of ihe
A.Z.A. and the Youth Forum,
Jack is the first Jewish boy to
:. enlist in the navy from Orlando.
i The community wishes him a
grand success in his career.
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Mark I-achman .....
Murray I.aehnian .
Rose Lachman .....
Lobby Lachman ...
Carol Ijachman .....
Mrs. Ksiher Slngi i
Paul Silvermnn .....
Reva Sllverman ....
Ester I*ea Rllverman
Jules Ben SIKerman
Total to May 29..........- 61
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* of miami *
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LOW 0 O | T
Home Financing Plan
J. M. UPTON, President
Credited to a Broadwayite
is a dream of that happy day
when Hitler, having lost the
war. was being tried befnn- a
jury composed of representa-
tives of the opposed nations
. The verdict^ of guilty
having been rendered, the
judge told the prisoner that
he personally would have to
pay for the damage caused
by his military and air forces
... As might have been ex-
pected, Hitler protested that
he didn't have anything to
pay with, and that even if he
had he wouldn't pay .
''You can cut me to pieces
tint!" he shrieked "That's
all right the British juror
commented, "and as long as
England gets the lion's share
. We'll take the biggest part
of himhis gall" From
overseas comes another st ry,
concerning Badolf's visit to
the Siegfried line After
patting his soldiers on the
back for a few moments. Hit-
ler bade them good-bye. "I'm
going back home now," he an-
nounced And to a man
the soldiers shouted: "You
lead, Fuehrer, and we'll fol-
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