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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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VOLUME 14No. 23
___MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 7. 3940
PRICE 10 CENTS
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VII
New York (WNS)Eight Zi-
onist leaders, in a statement made
public here, called upon Zionist
members to designate delegates
in the forthcoming convention of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica who will "adopt such resolu-
tions and elect such officers as
will assure the revitalization of
the Zionist movement in this coun-
try. The convention will be held
in Pittsburgh, Pa., from June 2'.'
to July 2.
The statement! bearing the ti-
tle For a Progressive Zionist Or-
ganization of America," described
the "two-year struggle by Dr. Sol-
omon Goldman, retiring president.
to implement a reorganization plan
which he submitted shortly after
his election in 1988."
."American Zionists." the state-
ment declared, "concerned with
the future of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America are anxious
that the policy and plans proposed
by Dr. Goldman and concurred in
by the Executive Committee- the
Administrative Council and the
1989 convention shall not be stym-
ied, but that they shall be carried
through."
A large mass meeting will be
sponsored by the .Miami Section of
ih" National Council 'it' Jewish
Women, Saturday, June 8th al
'S p. m. at the V. M. H. A. club-
rooms, 1567 S. \V. 5th .-trot. "The
Presidents New Decree on Alien
Registration" will be the subject
for discussi >n by the prominent
speakers invited to participate. A
social hour will follow and re-
freshments will be served. The
public is cordially invited to at-
tend.
Wounded Sent
To Czechoslovakia
Y MEMBERSHIP
SELECT OFFICERS
Officers selected at the elec-
tion of officers of he Y. M. II. A.
held Wednesday. June 5th, 1940,
include, president. 1),- Samuel
Becl man; secretary, Fred K.
Shochet; and treasurer, Nat Blum*
berg, all elected unanimously. Her-
man Waitsman was elected vic< -
president.
Members of the board for one
year term: Murry Grossman, Lou
Safan, Joseph A. Berman. Henry
Eiohauser, Leon Lieberman, J. Av-
on Abbott. Irving Querido, Jules
Wilson.
Members of the board for two
years: Mnthew S. Handler. Ilen-
London (WNS) All Jewish
doctors in Czechoslovakia have
been ordered to register with the
government for special service.
it was reported here, giving con- >'> Gabbe.
formation to an earlier report that Members of the hoard for three
the Nazi Army was sending its years: George Wolpert, Al Pal-
wounded soldiers to Czechoslo- '"' '-''" Robinson,
vakia, Hold-over members from last
The report staled that the Nazi year: Dr. Harold Hand. Harry
high command had ordered the in- Schwartz. Jack Apto.
jured soldiers sent to ( zechoslo- The first meeting of the board
vakia in order to keep the German of directors under the new admin
population from learning the ex- istration will be held at the home
;
/IS EXECUTE
JE
Lot dun (WNS)- Following the
Sholem Fudge B'nai B'ri h will
held their regular monthly meet-
ing Monday. June 11th instead of
Tuesday, due t" the Shvuoth holi-
days. The meeting will he held
at the Y cluhr......is a: 8:30 p. ttl.
Reports on the recent 1' th d
rict convention will be heard and
other important business will be "f '""""h"'' which marked the
transacted. All members and ""' nation of Austria two
friends are cordially invited to at- "a's "f" "'" "lv:"'1"* N ar-
U.1UI '".>' *'kIc.I out 100 prominent Bel-
gian Jews and executed them, it
was reported here.
Fists of outspoken Jewish and
"on Jewish anti-Nazis had been
prepared in advance by Belgian
Nazis and forwarded to the Ger-
man high command. The complete
Holy Land Blackout
Enforced Regularly
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy The seven hour b'ackout or-
dered to begin in this city and its
vicinity last week will be enforced
every night from now on, it was
announced. The blackout will go
into effect each evening at '.'
o'clock and will remain in force
until 4 a. m.,
pri sent order.
col.ai.se of Belgian resistance. I,,I
lowing King Leopolds surrender,
lias thrown additional thousands
of Jews, including Jewish soldiers
into Nazi hands.
The report said also that the
Nazis are shooting groups of five,
according to the ten and sometimes fifteen Jew-
ish soldiers, captured with the
Meanwhile as a part of the na- Allied troops, for every Nazi
tional defense regulations. the "parachutist" allegedly shot by
Palestine government issued an the French. Jewish soldiers are
order banning the use of radio separated from their fellow pris-
sets in cafes, restaurants, shops oni rs and are subject to different
and vehicles to which the public ; regulations. Soldiers who
tent of the casualties suffered by j f Maurice Grossman, executive had access. Any departure ft m I tempt to conceal the fact that they
the Nazi armies in the battle of director, 1419 S. W. ">th street on the rules in this respect inns' re-(are Jews are severely punished as
NECESSITY FOR
UNITED FRONT
The necessity for the establish-
ment of a united front for all or-
ganizations and parties in Ameri-
can Zionism to cope with the emer-
gency problems arising out of the
war. affecting both Palestine and
the position of the Jews in the
Diaspora, was stressed in an ad-
dress delivered by Louis Lipsky al
a dinner given in his honor by the
Order Sons of Zion to mark the
inauguration of a National Camp
bearing his name.
Mr I.ipsky denounced attempts
now being made to ''create divis-
ion and sectional animosities' in
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica at a time when problems in-
volving the fate of Palestine and
the entire Jewish people should
engage the attention of the move-
ment. He deplored the "propa-
ganda of depreciation" which he
said was being carried on in an
effort to belittle the achieve-
ments of the Zionist Organization
and its leadership.
Flanders.
Schools and hospitals were
crowded with wounded men, many
of them lying on the floor. Jewish
doctors who refuse to cooperate
I with Nazi officials are subject
to severe punishment.
Thursday,
o'clock.
June loth, at 9:00
Hospital Drive Adds
Forty New Members
The B'nai B'rith drive for mem-
berships in the South Florida
Crippled Children's Hospital Build- Germany,
ing has added forty new mem-
punished as
ceive the authority of the disuict "swindlers.'
commissioner. One widely circulated report
Although no puK'-j announce- staled that the Nazis are compell-
ment was made of ie reasons for ( ing Belgian Jews to descend by
on spe-
the new order. was assumed parachute into France
that it was dt' r reception in P. estine of propa-
ganda broadcast from Italy and
CAMPAIGN COMPLETION
BRINGS RECORD TOTAL ^^ ^^ (o thfa ^.^ CIVI(, LF
New York (WNS)-The com- rePort of the chairman. M. J. ELECTS OFFICERS
pletion of campaigns in behalf of Xopelowtz. Members will be i---------
the United Jewish Appeal in more *la cial missions." The report said
that the families of the Jews are
held as hostages until their re-
turn. The families of the Jews
who fail to carry out their spe-
cial tasks are executed.
Meanwhile, it was said, the first
steps toward the "aryanization"
than HiOO communities throughout
being let at this time, and actual the Civic League of Miami Beach and
_ium
the Netherlands have been
e
the United states has brought to construction wdl begm within the held Tuesday evening at the Al- taken Many Jewish shops have
a record total the number of cities, lu'xt ,lm" to four w"*8 on .tht' ib,on Hote,J '"' ''"'""'I > '"'" "* been taken over by the
towns and hamlets which respond. ltiM ** Schenly Park. jus. was named president. Other of- Nazis. During the first few days
ed in the nationwide campaign of
the Joint Distribution Committee.
the United Palestine Appeal and
the National Refugee Service.
west of Red Road overlooking the ficers elected n<'Vf- first vice-pres-
ident. Harry Zaret; second vice-
Biltmoro Hotel.
Of Nazi occupation Jewish mer-
chants in the Low Countries suf-
"With a membership of Hot) in president. J. Aron Abbott; se, re- fered losses running into thousands
B'nai B'rith and with $687 already tary, Henry D. Ungerleider; ami of dollars a- a result of pillaging
collected, it would be a very fine treasurer. Neil Kn;s. Elected to by Nazi soldiers.
All the signatories have long thing if we could finish our drive the board were Dr. Irving Cordon, j Nazi soldiers Bmashed win,lows
been Identified with the affairs of this week with a showing of at Chas.' S. Tobin. Isadore Zuker- Lf Jewish shops and walked off
the Zionist Organization and are least one dollar collected for every nick, and Harry Zukernick. out- Wjth whatever they could carry
members of its Administrative member of Sholem Lodge," said going president. The next meet- Jewish merchant- were ordered to
Council, or governing body. Rab- Mr. Kopelowitz. Everyone is asked
his Brickner, Heller and Israel. Dr. to semi iii one dollar for each mem-
Friedenwald, Judge Levinthal, Mr. ber of his family for a family
Rocker and Mr. Szold also serve membership in the new hospital
on the Executive Committee of the Mail your dollars to M. J. Kopel-
organization. (Continued 'ii Page 8
The signers of the statement
were Rabbi Barnett R. Bricker of
Cleveland. O.; Dr. Harry Friedon-
w-ald of Baltimore. Mil., vice pres-
ident of the Zionist Organization
of America and a professor at
Johns Hopkins University; Rabbi
James (J. Holler of Cincinnati. 0.,
vice president of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis Rabbi
Edward I.. Israel, of Baltimore', ,
Md., writer and labor mediator;
Judge K. Levinthal, of the Court
of Common Pleas. Philadelphia,
and chairman of the Administrat-
ive Council of the Zionist Organi- ;
zation Louis P. Rocker of New
York, chairman of tne finance
committee of the Zionist Organi-
zation and president of Young Ju-
daea; Robert Szold, of New York,
vice president of the Zionist Or-
ganization and a former presi-
dent; and State Senator Jacob '
Weiss, of Indianapolis, Ind.
1-hA'lliithD Sl-iiA&lSKS Af Hill ANNUAL A.Z.A. CONVENTION
Max Kroloff (left), assistant director of the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith; Hon. Alfred M. Cohen (center), honorary president
of B'nai B'rith and Lyle Spencer (right) America's number one job
expert, who will be among the speakers at the 17th annual national
convention of Aleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith's youth organization, to
be held at Camp Manatee, Akron, Ohio, June 28th to July 5th.
ing will be held Tuesday. June .,.,, open aM(| tf) ge to j^.
18th at which time details of the .seldie.s and the population and
installation of officers and the,were compelled to accept spocial-
!ngui"g P|ana will be discussed. |ly printed German paper money in
exi hange fm- their artii lea.
The pillaging and robbing of
Jewish shops was so widespread
'.hat the Nazi command has now
taken steps to curb the unofficial
confiscation of goods. Four Nazi
soldiers and several Belgian Nazis
W re shot by the army command
as an example to their comrades.
Daily Nazi broadcasts in Hol-
land warn the Jewish population
that, in the future, they will share
the fate of the Jews in Nazi-occu-
pied Poland and of the Jews m
Germany itself." Jews are com-
pelled to remove the debris result-
ing from the Nazi aerial bombard-
ment.
The Nazi invasion was the sig-
nal for Dutch and Belgian anti-
Semites, previously held in check
by the respective governments of
those countries, to organize street
meetings and demonstrations
aimed at the Jews. All Jewish
property is now in the process of
liquidation.
C () M P L E T E
A IT HEN TIC
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jm JT.WTSH TLOBIDIAN _
FRIDAY. JUNE 7. i, 10
)

SOCIAL ACW1UES *
*AY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
Shier, brother of the bride will be
best man. After a honeymoon
trip the couple will return to Mi-
ami where Mr. Badanes is en-
gaged in business, and will reside
at 975 S. W. 2nd Street.
HONEYMOON
HERE
Dr. and
New York are honeymooning in I same time
SPONSOR
VAUDEVILLE
The National Children's Conva-
lescent Home of Miami will hold
a vaudeville show Sunday, June 17
at 8 p. m. at Flamingo Park, Mi-
ami Beach. Entertainment will
be furnished by professional tal-
ent. Tickets may be obtained by
phoning Mrs. J. J. Lippitt, gen-
eral chairman, at 5-6606. All mem-
bers and friends are cordially in-
vited to attend. Further details
will be published in next week's
issue.

TO VISIT
IN NORTH
Mr. Jack Manhoff left Wednes-
day for Philadelphia, Pa., for a
brief stay to visit relatives and
friends.

ENGAGEMENT
ANNOUNCED
The engagement of Miss Mild-
red Gordon, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George J. Gordon. 2168 S. W.
12th St., Miami, to Milton Robert
Wasman, son of Mrs. Mollie Was-
man, 161 Ocean Drive, Miami
Beach, is being announced by her
parents. The marriage has been
set for early fall. Mr. and Mrs.
Gordon will entertain at an open
house Sunday, June 9th, between
T> and 7 o'clock in honor of the en-
gaged couple. Friends are in-
vited.

GARDEN PARTY
TO BE HELD
The Beth Jacob Sisterhood com-
pleted plans for their Garden Par-
ty which will be held Monday.
June 10th at 1:30 p. m. at the Vic-
tor Hotel. Various card games
will be played, refreshments
served and prizes awarded. In
charge of arrangements are Mrs.
I,. Miller- chairman, assisted by
Mesdames, J. Albert, M. B. Frank,
A. Berow, Moses Krieger, Samuel
Blank, Ann Lipowsky, Jack Wuch-
er, Ida Cohen, J. Shapiro. B. Kel-
emer, D. Becker, A. Gottesman, J.
Morris, A. J. Tobin, and Benj. H.
London. All members and friends
are urged to attend, proceeds go-
ing towards the Talmud Torah.

NUPTIALS TO BE
PERFORMED
The wedding of Miss Clarice
Shier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Shier of Macon, Georgia, to
Samuel Badanes, son of Mr. and I sored by the I-adies Auxiliary of
Mrs. Morris Badanes of Miami, the Freda Markowitz Post of the
will be held Sunday, June 9th at I Jewish War Veterans of- the U.
the home of Mrs. G. L. Nirenstein, 1 S. Monday, June 17th, leaving
sister of the bride, who will also I Pier 8 at 9 p. m. In charge of ar-
be matron of honor. Mr. Sigmund I rangements are Mrs. Ann Brooks,
I chairman, assisted by Mesdames
Florence Markowitz and Beatrice
Shapiro. Proceeds will go towards
the South Florida Crippled Child-
ren's Home.
CELEBRATE
ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mintzer, long
time residents and communal
workers of Greater Miami, will
celebrate their twenty-fifth wed-
ding anniversary at a reception
for their friends Sunday evening.
June 9th, at their home, 4414 Pine
Mrs. S. I). Klotz of j Tree Drive, Miami Beach. At the
their son Jack, who
Miami Beach at the Albion Hotel
where they will remain for sever-
al weeks. Dr. Klotz is the broth-
er of Mrs. Joseph Mann of Miami.

TO BE
MARRIED
The marriage of Miss Grace
ITiyllis Yadwin. daughter of Mrs.
Edith Yadwin, to Irwin Abram
Dubinsky of Canada, son of Mr.
and ."As. II. Weisfeld, will take
place Sunday, June 8th at "> p. m.
at the home of Rabbi Moses Mos-
chejoff, who will officiate. Can-
tor Maurice Mamches will assist.
Dinner for the immediate family
will follow the ceremony. The
couple will take a honeymoon trip
to New York and Canada after
which they will return to Miami
Beach. Friends are invited to the
ceremony.
*
CONVENTION
TO BE HELD
The 21st annual convention of
the Southern Young Judaea reg-
ion will he held in Nashville, Ten-
nessee, .lime 23 through June 20
and will be called the "Kadimah"
convention. An elaborate pro-
gram of six business sessions, two
(lames, a banquet, an evening
sponsored by the Business and
Professional Women's Group of
Senior Hadassah. and an afternoon
and night at the beautiful Y. M.-
Y. W. H. A. camp, will comprise
the entertainment. Convention
hendquarters have been placed at
the Y. M.-Y. W. H. A building.
Registration blanks will be mailed
by June 25th and those desiring
to make hotel reservations are re-
quested to so note on their blank.
The Nashville Young Judaeans ex-
tend a cordial invitation to all
members to attend the convention.
*
MOONLIGHT SAIL
TO BE GIVEN
A moonlight sail aboard the
Yacht Seven Seas will be spon-
graduated from the University of
Miami Law School this week, will
also be honored.
Receiving guests will be Mrs.
Mintzer and daughter Ethel and
Mrs. Max Mintzer.
*
RETURNS
FROM NORTH
Mr. Norman Weiss returned to
the city Wednesday after a three
week's visit in New York.
*
TO BE
BAR MIZVAB
The bar mitzvah of Arthur J.
August, son of Mr. and Mrs. .lark
August will take place Saturday.
June 11th at 10 oclock at the Beth
\ve.. Miami Beach, Sunday. June
9th at 4 o'clock. Rabbi Moses
IjMescheloff, assisted by Cantor
Maurice Mamches, will officiate.
The bride will be attended by her
sister, Adeline, as maid of honor,
and Arnold A. Newman, brother
of the groom, will be best man.
After an extended honeymoon trip
through Canada and the Middle
Wot they will return to
Beach.
Miami
TAKES
TRIP
Mr. Nathan Adelman left Wed-
nesday on a business trip to Sa-
vannah and New York.

CLUB
RE-ORGANIZED
TO HOLD
MEETING
The regular meeting of the
Workmen's Circle Branch 692 will
be held Monday, June 10th a! g:3Q
p. m. at the Beth David Talmud
Torah. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave. Hans
for the picnic to be held June
23rd at Hardie's Casino, Miami
Beach, will be completed and oth-
er important business will be
transacted.

TOURS
SOUTH AMERICA
Leonard Rose, first cellist of the
Cleveland Symphony Orchestra,
was chosen by Maestro Arturo
Toscanni, to accompany his or-
chestra on a South American tour.
Before going to Cleveland he was
David Synagogue.

MEETING
TO BE HELD
An open meeting and card party
will he sponsored by the Greater
Miami Chapter <>f the National
Home I'd Jewish Children at Den-
ver. Tuesday, June 11th at 1 p. m.
at the home of Mrs. Becky Wald-
man. 2326 S. W. 21st Ave. Cards
will be played and refreshments
will he served. Mrs. Waldman,
chairman, will he assisted by
Mesdames Sol Goldstrom, 11. Roth,
D. Tendler, R. Grossman, 1. 11.
Goldman. Rose Steinhausi r and
Harry Kaufman. Mr-. Harry
Lurdine's
Kaufman is
eal chapter.
president of 'he lo-
MEETINO
TO BE HELD
The regular meetii g of the I-a-
dies Auxiliary of the Freda Mark-
owitz Post of the Jewish War Vet-
erans of the U. S. will be held
Monday, June 10th at 8 p. m. at
the Beth Jacob Synagogue. Miami
The Yedidim Club, social organ- |a member of the NBC Symphony
ization. of 19.31, was re-organized orchestra and is well known to
at a meeting Monday evening. June Miamians. He is the son of Mr.
3 at which time 12 of the orig- and Mrs. Harry Rose, and will be
inal members were present. Meet- accompanied by his wife "ii the
ings of the club, which is a bran, h tur
of the Y. M. H. A., will he held
the second and fourth Mondays
of each month at the Y library.
Harry Feinstein is the temporary
chairman. Flection of officers
and plans for the ensuing year
will take place at the next meet-
ing, Monday, June loth.

BAR MITZVAH
TO BE HELD
The bar mitzvah of Albert F.s-
kenazi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vic-
tor Eskenazi, will be held Wednes-
day, June 12th at 9:80 p. m. at
the Belli David Synagogue. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will address tin' boy
and Albert will recite a portion of
the law. Albert is the Cantor of
the Beth David Junior Congrega-
tion. A reception will follow the
i s in the Talmud Torah. Alt
friend^ are cordially united to
nd.
COMPULSORY LABOR
FOR POLISH JEWS
The Nazis have begun to trans-
port the first groups of 160,000
Polish Jews, now doing compuls-
ory labor in Germany, to the
Netherlands to remove the debris
Beach. Mrs. Meyer Wigdor. pies- eaused by intensive bombard-
ident. will preside,

LEAVE
FOR NORTH
Mrs. Max Shapiro and children
left for Toledo, Ohio, to spend
ments, it was learned on good
authority here.
Many Dutch cities and towns
were reduced to shambles by the
Nazi air fleet and the task of
cleaning and rebuilding the coun-
several weeks visiting her mother try is a gigantic one. The Nazi
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Dietetic Chemistry
Naturopathic Physician
CHIROPRACTOR
463 41st St., Miami Beach
PHONE 5-7808
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nro.
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and brothels. Rabbi Shapiro will
join them shortly after the Shev-
uoth holidays.
* *
MEETING
POSTPONED
The regular weekly practice
held Monday evening of the Jew-
ish War Veteran's Drum and
Bugle Corps will be postponed
due to the Shevuoth holidays to
Wednesday, June 12th at 7:16 p.
m. sharp. All Jewish boys and
girls interested in joining are cor-
dially invited to attend.

LEAVE-
FOR TRIP
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kovner i f
the Winter Haven Hotel. Miami
Beach, left May 151st for an ex-
tensive trip through California
, and Texas where they will visit
I with relatives and friends.

WEDDING WILL
jBE HELD
j The marriage of Miss Beatrice
Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Schwartz, to Mr. God-
frey K. Newman will take place
I at the home of the bride, 4580 Post
explanation for this move is that
"the Jewish capitalists, who help-
ed to destroy the Netherlands, will
now he compelled to rebuild it."
Meanwhile, it was stated, that
the Nazis have released all Dutch
soldiers but are detaining in pris-
on Jewish soldiers fighting with
the Dutch troo] -. All Dutch news-
papers, including tin- liberal "Tel-
egraph." are now in Nazi hands
and the first anti-Semitic stories
have already made their appear-
ance.
The police have imposed a cur-
few throughout the country. The
Netherlander! are not permitted
to leave their home, after 9 o'clock
in the evening while Jews must
remain indoors after in the eve-
ning.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1940
fHE JIWISH rLORIDIAH
PAGE THREE
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1546 3. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
RABBI'!* RLS1DENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-6192
CHILD GUIDANCE
by
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
(The writer will he glad to answer
any problem of his readers, Write
to him In care of this newipapei i
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.
Ladles Auxiliary Installation
The installation of the newly
elected officers of the Ladies Aux-
iliary of the Congregation will
take place this Sunday evening,
June 9 at 8 o'clock in the Syna-
gogue. Mrs. Irvin Krick heads the
committee consisting of Mrs. Ab-
raham A. Kellner, Mrs. Louis Kot-
kin and Mrs. A. I. Orlansky, who
are planning the affair.
The principal address of the
evening will be given by Rabbi
Abraham Kellner, who will also
charge the officers-elect as to
their duties. Mr. H. M. Drevich
will bring greetings from the
Congregation and Mr. Max Rifas,
chairman of the building commit-
tee, will report the progress of
the new building.
Featured on the program will
be the toastmistress, Mrs. I.
Krick, installing officer, Mrs. M.
Grossman. Mrs. L. Axelrod, and
Mrs. H. Shulman, presentations.
The officers to be installed are:
Mrs. George Chertkoff, president;
Mrs. Victor Mell, vice-president;
Mrs. B. Silverman, second vice-
president; Mrs. Sarah Stone,
treasurer; Mrs. A. 1. Orlansky,
corresponding secretary; Mrs.
I-ouis Pallot, financial secretary;
Mrs. H. M. Kagan, recording sec-
retary.
Trustees are Mcsdames G.
Ginsberg. Louis Kotkin, I. Krick,
L. Leavitt, M. Pallot, M. Rifas.
I. Uosengarten, J. L. Shochet. H,
Schulman. Mrs. Wm, Clcin, as
honorary president, is ex-officio
member of the board.
Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner will
give the invocation and benedic-
tion.
Sunday School Picnic
The Sunday School picnic will
take place this Sunday morning,
June 'Jth at the Matheson Ham-
mock. All children will leave from
the synagogue at 10 a. m. in con-
veyances provided by the school.
Parents of the children are cor-
dially invited to come.
Holiday Sermons
Shevuoth will be Tuesday
night, June nth and Wednesday
and Thursday and we earnestly
plead with our people to avail
themselves of the opportunity to
attend divine services on these
days. In these frightful times
when our country is almost the
only one where one can still at-
tend the synagogue without fear
and apprehension, we should fill
to the overflowing every place of
worship to pray to the Almighty
that peace may continue in our
glorious land and come to the oth-
er lands in sorrow. As schools
close this week we are particular-
ly anxious to have our young ones
with us and earnestly beseech
the parents to bring them with
you.
To our Congregation this festi-
val is of especial significance, for
this is the last festival celebrated
in the old building before we move
into our new building.
Rabbi Kellner will preach both
mornings in English and both af-
ternoons in Yiddish. On Thurs-
day morning, before the Yiskor
services, the Rabbi will preach a
special farewell sermon.
Synagogue Decorations
The Ladies Auxiliary will again
be represented by an able commit-
tee consisting of Mrs. Wm. Clein,
chairman, and Mcsdames Kagan,
Kellner. Orlansky, and Zissman,
who will decorate the Synagogue
in honor of the forthcoming holi-
day.
Appreciation
The Synagogue board grateful-
ly acknowledges receipt of the
thousand dollars from our Ladies
Auxiliary, which was pledged at
the cornerstone laying, on May 26,
thus bringing up the contribution
of the ladies to $2800 in the past
two years, towards our building
fund. Special thanks are due to
the treasurer. Mrs. Sarah Stone,
for her kind effort to complete
the sum pledged.
Jewish Radio Hour
We are phased to chronicle the
splendid response to the Jewish
Facts show that- problem chil-
dren have problem parents. To
cure the child we must first cure
the parents and to do that, the
parent must he treated as being
as big a problem as his child.
Recently, I overheard the greet-
ings of two youngsters. 1 would
say they wore about twelve years
of age. Hi, Stinky." said one',
and Stinky" answered with a
"Hi. Hutch." They engaged for a
moment in spirited conversation
and when "Butch" took leave, I
spoke to "Stinky" and asked him
if he didn't mind being called
"Stinky." "Naw," he answered,
"do you know what my real name
is?" Quincy! Do you think his
father's name was Archibald or
perhaps Pierpontelle?
May I invite you to go with me
on a mirror tour, to observe the
ways and means of three blunder-
ing parents. Let's see if you rec-
ognize yourself in any of these
reflections.
In the first mirror we see a
mother trying to convince her 14
year old son to take some pre-
scribed medicine. There she goes
taking it herself to prove to him j
that it is non-poisonous. This I
Diamond trade centers transferred to London. The building of the
Diamond KxJhange in Amsterdam (Netherlands) that is closed on
Saturdays and open on Sundays, as the diamond business is almost
entirely in Jewish hands. Upper light, a Jewish diamond cutter.
Radio hour conducted on May 2l>
by Mrs. Abraham Kellner in the
absence of Rabbi Kellner.. It is
pleasing to know that so many
people draw spiritual satisfaction
from these programs.
Congratulations
The Congregation and Auxil-
iary are very happy to congratu-
late its members, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Sokoloff on the engagement of
their son, Paul, to Miss Helen Sy-
man We wish them many years
of nachas from their children
Rabbi Kellner Honored
At the recently held national
Mizrachi convention in Baltimore
Rabbi Abraham A Kellner was
re-elected to the Naad Hapoel
(National Administrative Com-
mittee) in recognition of his ser-
vices in establishing the Mizrachi
movement in Florida.
Nichum Avelim
We extend our sincere condo-
lences to the Green family on the
demise of the late Mrs. Green.
May the Lord comfort the mourn-
ers amidst the mourners of Zion
1 and Jerusalem.
mother is molly-coddling her boy,
because it's fun to feel motherly.
She doesn't stop to think that the
medicine is his medicine. He |
should be taking it for his own I
sake and no foolishness about it. \
Our second mirror shows us a
father. His little daughter is try- l
ing to climb his knee. But he is
not having any fun today. What's |
wrong with daddy? Daddy looks
awfully grouchy. He is probably
having one of his moments. He's
fagged out. Of course, his daugh-
ter isn't necessary to King Father
in such a mood Just let her gei
out of the way until he is reaiy
to baby her again.
In our third mirror, we see
little Mary reflect* Mary is
sticking out her swee little tongue
at mother. What'- mother doing
about this? O:. she's laughing.
Mother thinks .". .- v is so demon-
strative. It is evident that Mary
has had little raining in discip-
line and eve: B9 in the art of
respect for hei elders.
Why do I y these parents are
problem parents? Obviously b
cause they don't know how to
guide their children properly.
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VOLUME 13No. 23
of being a member of an organiza-
tion like the B'nai B'rith. Sholem
Lodge has been doing defensive
work better known now as "'fifth
column" since its inception and
I need not try to relate to any one
these trying days, how important
that in itself is, let alone the A.
Z. A. work, Hillel, Student Union
work at Miami University and
other philanthropic work which
B'nai B'rith covers all for the big
sum of 2Vfcc a day. I shall never
be convinced that there is any
man of Jewish faith in greater
Miami wfho can not afford to
.spend that amount daily for the
protection which this wonderful
organization offers, and it is my
humble opinion that it is among
the finest insurance policies that
anyone may hold. I hope that ev-
ery one of the present members
of Sholem Lodge will enlist as a
member of this membership com-
mittee and by putting our should-
ers to the wheel we shall have no
trouble in bringing in a minimum
of 760 new members into our fold.
I am depending on you. This is
an easy job if all of us will get
in and pitch. 1 can not do it
alone. I shall see all of you Mon-
day night at our next meeting
which will be held at the V. M. H.
A. and with the hope that all of
: you will be able to bring in at
least two new members.
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(B7 FHIHKAI J. MIR ON)
YOU SHOULD KNOW
There does not seem to be much "calm before the storm" as far
as the forthcoming Zionist Convention which is to be held in Pitts-
burgh this mon^h, is concerned. Charges and counter charges, plans,
programs and policies are being issued from every side, fast and furi-
ously, all calling for action.
That there is food for thought in the present controversy is un-
questionably true. That there must be a harmonious and unified or- Ike Levin, Mrs. Jennie Rotfort
ganization regardless of which or whose policies are approved so that vice-president "' llu' I-ulu'!i Aux"
Please note that the regular
business meeting will be held Mon-
day night, June L0 at 8 o'clock (in-
stead of Tuesday night) at the Y.
M. H. A. in Miami. The Ladies
Auxiliary will also hold their
meeting at the same time, same
place and in the absence of Mrs.
So thoroughly entrenched is the Nazi Fifth Column in some of the
Latin American countries, we hear, that their diplomatic and commer-
cial representatives include quite a number of people who are engaged
in building up a similar Fifth Wheel here It's probably just wish-
ful thinking, but the trans-Atlantic grapevine reports that even Hit-
ler's army of occupation in Poland is growing disgusted with the bar-
baric measures that the soldiers are compelled by the authorities to
take against the people of the conquered territory "No doubt."
gags a ng. "Ilerr Goebbels is now forging ahead on documents to
prove that the Low Countries were planning to invade Germany" .
One would think that the Nazi- would have other things on their mind
at the moment, but even a Blitzkreig didn't stop them from wiring
Rachel I.. Field, author of "All This and Heaven Too," to tell her that
her Biblical first name ould have to he changed for the (ierman edi-
tion of the book Miss Field's emphatic reply is the reason why
there won't be a (ierman edition .
THINGS TO COME?
We have absolutely and positively given up trying to prophesy
what's going to happen next in this most curious of worlds, but we
must tell you what Blanca Holmes, irrepressible astrologer, has to
say What's more, you can test her accuracy, for by the time you
lead this you'll knowas we don't at this time of writinghow true
her prediction is that great Allied gains are due on or even before
June 2nd Anyway, Miss Holmes insists that Italy won't enter the
war until the last week of July, and that her entry will mean a great
lisappointment for Hitler And that from July 22nd to August 10th
will be a very bad period lor Hitler personally Foni this you can
take whatever consolation it can bring to offset what's in the papers
these days All of which reminds us to tell you that in France (as
of the time of writing, we cautiously add) Georges Mandel. former
Colonial Minister and now Minister of the interior, is regarded as the
coming man .
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
the greatest good may be accomplished cannot be denied. That there
is something lacking at the present time in the national set-up of
the Z. O. A. is evident.
iliary, will be in charge of the
meeting.
Who is llyman A. Schulson, who from offices at 19 Chambers
Street. New York, is bombarding Zionists with letters deploring the
'ineplness. inefficiency and satgnation" of the Z.O.A. and calling for
I urge all you members to at- a thorough overhauling of the organization at this year's convention?
tend this meeting which will prob- All we've been able to discover about Mr. Schulson is that he's a
That our local group could be a great deal more active and could aljl>' bl' tile "U)Sl interesting and newcomer to New York, and that his name does not appear on the
accomplish immeasurably more if cooperation by our Jewish citizenry important one of the year. j Z. O. A. membership list Watch for some heart-breaking revela-
was forthcoming is factual evidence Probably a complete realization haV **** ***?*$ ^ "^7 """* "" ""I P"*^* "f PU*h re(W* be made at the con-
t ... .. ewaence- ,roDaDI> a con,P,cte *"l,",,on wm be a report of the Anti-Iel- I enlion of the Federation of Polish Jews this weekend Forum let-
< amation Committee which will ture directors please take notice that Ellas Newman, art director of the
cover the work of that committee Palestine Pavilion at the Fair, will go on a cross-continent lecture tour
for the past year. This repon after the close of the Fair aeason ... His subject will be the renaissance
should prove very informative and of art, architecture and the theatre in Palestine, and his lecture will
be our only present practical solution to the ever increasing problem
and even that a difficult one, would go far toward receiving and
reviving that interest.
Ical officers of the Greater Miami Zionist district have just re-
ceived a wire from national headquarters, part of which reads:
"I.atest war developments have placed Palestine in a
position taxing every ounce of political and moral strength
of American Zionists in helping the Yishuv preserve its posi-
tion in face of greatest danger in history. Forthcoming Z.
O. A. convention will therefore be called upon to give expres-
sion to united will of American Jewry to render maximum
support Jewish homeland in the hour of gravest crisis.
"To deal effectively with extraordinary problems arising
out of war situation the forthcoming convention must be rep-
resentative of the full number of delegates. This is possible
only on basis of increased membership. Therefore this elev-
enth hour appeal to you to redouble enrollment efforts with-
out delay."
In a recent statement issued by eight recognized national Zion-
ist leaders they see the possibilities of shaping the Zionist organization
into a vigorous, progressive body that will command a position of au-
thority in American Jewish life and gain the esteem, support and
membership of the majority of American lews.
We each look forward to seeing the same for our local Zionist
District.
B'NAI B'RITH
T
NOTES
by Harold Turk
By Leo Eisenstein
Guest Columnist
Upon returning from the con-
vention at Roanoke I was very
disappointed after checking with
the men that were handed lists of
prospective members to learn that
they have not worked. However,
a concerted effort is now going
forth whereby approximately 1500
prospective men will be seen for
the purpose of joining with us
and the work of B'nai B'rith. A
cross section of professional and
business men will be out on the
interesting.

The Americanization committee,
of which Elry Stone is chairman,
is planning a patriotic rally at the
V. M. H. A. on June 23, 1940.
Brother Leo Eisenstein is in
charge of the arrangements for
that program.
Plans arc progressing for the
program which will include a
short skit by the members of the
Lodge, portraying some outstand-
ing incidents in the American
Jewish history. There will be
movies and souvenirs and there
will be the presentation to the
Lodge of an American Hag with
appropriate ceremony.
The principal speaker will be
the Hon. Mark Wilcox, whose
topic will be "A Rededication to
the Ideals of America."
ADLER CHAIRMAN OF
IMPORTANT GROUP
New York (WNS) Colonel Ju-
lius Ochs Adler, D. S. C, has been
ir pointed chairman of the Army
and Navy Committee of the
Jewish Welfare Board by Frank
L. Weil, president of the Board, it
was announced here. He succeeds
the late Dr. Cyrus Adler, who
Chattanooga, Tenn., and is a grad-
years. Colonel Adler was born in
I hattanooga. enn.. and is a gra 1-
streets of greater Miami Friday
morning to contact those of you Uate of Princeton Univen
who are not members now. It is The Jewish Welfare 'Board,
my desire that when these men which is the parent organization
call upon you that you receive for more than 315 Y. M. H. A.s
them with open arms and be ready and Jewish Community (enters
> join up with us in this wonder- throughout the United States, ad-
work which need not be ex- ministers, through its Armv and
ful
plained any further. The time is
i re when every man of Jewish
faith should realize the necessity
Navy Committee to the religious
social and recreational needs of
Jewish service men.
be illustrated with lantern slides of some of the exhibits that make the
art and theatre displays of the Pavilion so fascinating .
LITERARY DEPARTMENT
"The Community of the Future," tl new book by Dr. F.manue!
Laske, who held the world's chess cl impionship for decades, will be
out by the time you read this ... I; has nothing to do with chess,
but discusses some very pressing problems of mass education It's
a shame that the Union of American Hebrew Congregations can't see
its way clear to continue the publication of Young Israel, the child-
ren's magazine that Elsa Weihl has been editing so ablv for many
years Miss Weihl-who. you will renumber, co-authored with
Uwia Browne a biographical best-seller of some yean ago, "That Man
Heine" will devote herself to her own literary work from now on .
The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation is readying the announcement that
promises to be of vast importance to a large number of Jewish col-
lege students in this country Look out for it ... A new whodunit,
to be published under a pseudonym, is to be entitled "The Death of
Lord Haw-Haw" Lord Haw-Haw. as you doubtless know, is the
Oxford-accented Nazi broadcaster who spends his evenings telling
Britons about the glories of Hitler via radio .
SCREEN HIGHLIGHTS
If you remember that manclous scene in the Paul F.hrlich film in
Which Edward G. Robinson, as Dr. Ehrlich. at last gains the approval of
lr. Herbert hoch. played by Albert lia-sermann. voull be looking
forward to seeing the two of them play another scene together, in "The
Man from Nee. Street," which stars Kobinson as the founder of the
Renter News Agency Bassernun, you should remember, is the
|" per rent Aryan actor who had been acclaimed as Germany's lead-
ing Stage star, but K-fi (he country because he couldn't stomach Naz-
ism .. Director of the film "I Married a Nazi." is Irving Pichel. whom
you -11 renumber as one of Hollywood's featured character plavers
.Irving, who i8 a ,m.n,,r (lf |he Cin).innati ,.k.he, fan,ilv t|links ,hl.
Pictures ruthless portrayal of Nazism Will .hock American audience-.
but he doesn't mi,,,, T| N, ,., |jf ,,u, fj,m fc p^ lm^ntt
Of al people-but they're having trouble finding an actor willing to
play the part of Hitler. .
ABOUT PEOPLE
Rabbi Ely Pilchik, former diiector of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Ex-
ns.on at the University of Maryland, has become assistant to Rabbi
Edward1 L brae of Baltimore, whose health is not nearly as good as
t snouid be Our information is that Judge Anna Moskowitz Kress
Will be appointed to a New Vrk r,ty Maglstra,y on ^ expiration of
her present term on the bench. .
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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
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SHVUOTH
In tluse days when war fills
half the world and war news
the other half, the Jewish fes-
tival of Shvuoth, or the Feast
of Weeks, which begins with
services on the evening of June
11 will be especially signifi-
cant. It commemorates the
Confirmation of the Jewish
people In their faith under the
leadership of Moses.
Originally a festival cele-
brating the end of the grain
harvest in Palestine. Since the
"destruction of the Temple in
the year 70 of the Common Kra,
Shvu-r.h became primarily a
feasl of commemoration of the
Giving of the I*aw. Exodus
describes the giving of the tab-
lets of the Law to Moses on
Mount Sinai as occurring early
in the month of Sivan. The two
ideas have coalesced in the cel-
ebration of the Feast of
Weeks. Shvuoth is called the
"Feast of Weeks" because it
falls seven weeks, a week of
weeks, after Passover which
marked the beginning of the
Harvest season.
T
BEACH NEWS
Mrs. II. A. Freeman has re-
turned from the Freeman sum-
mer home in Worcester, Mass. She
was accompanied south by her
daughter, Mrs. Esther Woloshin of
Ft. I': I
t.i. Gruner is now making his
me at the Olga Hotel. Mr.
Gruner has been a local resident
for a number of years and spent
the winter in Rochester. N. Y. at
the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Ethel Pollock.
Raymond Shensky of the Glades
was a local visitor Tuesday and
Wednesday.
Miss Edith Wax has been grad-
uated with the Palm Beach High
ZtnhaA/iciA'tiHCf
The Lublin Reservation where Hitler wants to concentrate Central European Jewry. The Ghetto in the
city of Lublin.
School ("lass of 1940. She is the
daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Ben
Wax.
Jack Barash returned to Palm
Beach from a business trip to
Key West.
Mrs. .1. Leo Rader, well known
Belle Glade resident, visited in
West Palm Beach during the week.
Mrs. Louis Goldstein ami daugh-
ter Miss Adaline Goldstein mo-
tored to Miami this week. Miss
Goldstein has again been appoint-
ed to the faculty of the NorthborO
school
Welfare work and the Red Cross
will receive *1"> and $10 respect-
ively from the Beth Israel Sister-
hood, it was decided at a picnic
luncheon and business meeting of
the organisation Tuesday at the
Schwartzberg Hall. Mrs. Jack
Fein, president, appointed commit-
tee chairmen as follows: Sunday
school, Mrs. Harry Halpcrn; ways
and means. Mrs. (). P. Gruner;
love and faith, Mrs. Esther Hal-
pern and Mrs. Harry Halpern;
Temple exterior. Mrs. Barney
Blicher and Mrs. William Halm;
Schwartzberg Hall. Mrs. Illse
Goldstein; Temple linen, Mrs. Joe
Bonowitz; membership, Mrs. I.
Godl and Mrs. Jack Barash; dra-
matic club, Mrs. Harry Halpern
and Mrs. David Goldsmith union-
grams, Mrs. Max Greenbergj hap-
py day fund, Mrs. Sam Goldman
and publicity, Mrs. (yinon Argin-
tar.
When Acid Indigestion, Gas on
Stomach or Heartburn make you
feel uncomfortable or embarrass
you, try Alka-Seltzer, which con-
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But the relief of these minor
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When hard work or strenuous
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iangy Alka-Seltzer.
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Annual Sunday school picnic of
Congregation Beth Israel is sched-
uled for Sunday morning at io
oclock at the Log Cabin. Jupiter.
A MESSAGE FROM
PHAROAH TO HITLER
By HARRY KOVSF.R
Komerad Hitler! Listen to the advice of one old and wise,
I'm concerned because you are me in disguise.
You are not Aryan, nor German, you are my kin
By your action and spirit we are brothers under the skin.
As the first anti-semite I*m privileged to state
Thai Germany will share Egypt's fate.
Your own doom is sealed
You will drown in the rivers of blood you spilled
You will float for a while on the bodies you killed
Until your ravenous thirst for blood is stilled.
1 was tin' original author of a plan
To put on reproduction a ban
I. too, wished the Jews to exterminate
My heart was filled with envy and hate.
I too, have tortured them to death
And robbed them of their very breath
But you know what happened to me and my land
Once (In! took matters in his own hand,
Egypt crumbled to oblivion and dust
I'm a mere pulpmy soul forever lost,
My spirit cannot find a resting place
Even in Hell I'm considered a disgrace.
While in spite of centuries of violence and brutality
The Jew still marches on full of life and vitality.
Your name and mine are mentioned with dread
Society wishes you were with medead.
History will rate you with Al Capone
And other gangsters who live by their gun.
You have attained a would-be success
Through fire, murder and duress.
While your country was in a mess
And because leaders of other nations were brainless
While lying embalmed in my bejeweled vault
I watched centuries pass byall with the same result
All empires whose rulers were brutal and rotten
Were eventually destroyed and forgotten
You cannot forever rule by assault
In due time the world will rise in revolt.
But look at Moses wTio was a mere lad
At the time I wore a crown on my head.
Like all great spirits he will live for all time
Sanctified and adored, held in a realm of sublime
Kamerad! Read the Haggdah on Passover Holiday
Reflect its moral and change your evil way.
Those interested i" afternoon
bridge parties during the summer
months will be able to play each
Tuesday afternoon at li o'clock at
Schwartzberg Hall. These affairs
are sponsored by the Beth Israel
Sisterhood.
Recent summer vacation arriv-
als from college include Kugonit
Argintar. daughter of Mr. am
Mrs. Cy Argintar Ma.Kline Hal-
pern, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Hal-
pern; Dorothy Dubbin. Mr. and
Mis. Martin Dubbin; and Selma
Schloss- Mrs. Johanna Schloss.
These four young women were
special guests at a luncheon and
business meeting of Beth Israel
Sisterhood Tuesday.
SOCIETY
RECEPTION-
HELD
Many were present at the elab-
orate reception honoring the
twenty-fifth wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. M. li. Frank Sun-
day evening, June 2 at the home of
Mrs. Rebecca Shaff.
*
TO BE
IN REVUE
Miss Leila Harriette, daughter
of Mrs. Berniee Greenberg of 112
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, will
be presented in a revue of the
Lorice Dancing Academy, of which
she is a student. Friday evening
at the Mayfair Theatre. Leila will
do several solo song and dance
numbers and will also be in the
group acts.

SISTERHOOD
MEETS
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Centre
at their regular meeting donated
twenty-five dollars to the Red
Cross fund. The next meeting
will be held June 18th. All mem-
bers and friends are cordially in-
vited to attend.
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HAWAIIAN'S GET FIRST SYNAGOGUE THRU B*NAI B'RITH
The first BjmagOgue in Hawaii, serving the 100 Jewish families in
Honolulu, opened as the climax of ten years of effort by the Honolulu
Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Organized in 1980, the Honolulu Lodge and
its Women's Auxiliary have become the driving force of the Jewish
community in America's island outpost in the Pafific.
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PAGE SIX
JKWIM FLOMPIAM
FRIDAY, JUNE 7. 191

CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIKO, Rabbi 498 Southwest 18th
Office Phone 2-1473
Road
Home Phone 2-I17
PERMANENT CALENDAR
Daily services at 7 a. m. and
Friday evening, 5:30 o'clock.
Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30
a, n.
L*te Friday evening services.
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior services, Saturday 10:30
a. m.
Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p.
m.
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a.
m.
Bar-Mitvah Group, Sunday
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
I and the Beth David choir, accom-
1 panied at the piano by Mrs. K.
Schaffer, were in charge of the
musical program. A social hour
followed Immediately after the
exercises for the many members
and friends, and a reception was
tendered to the Confirmants by
their mothers.
Talmud Torah
The summer semester of the
Beth David Talmud Torah will
begin their morning sessions Mon-
day, June 10 Classes will be held
daily from 'J to 12 a. m. We urge
Bar Mitzvah Celebration
During the services this coming
Saturday. Arthur, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Cohen ,wi!l be "Bar-
Mitzvah." The Rabbi will speak
briefly.
The first day of Shevuos, Wed-
nesday morning at 9:30, Albert,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Es-
kanazi will become Bar-Mitzvah.
Albert is the Junior Cantor of the
Junior Congregation and he ex-
tends a welcome to all boys and
girls to be present at his "Sim-
cha." A reception will follow in
the auditorium.
The second day of Shevuos,
Tuesday at 9:30 a most unique
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Ave*ue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rbl
<2t Michigan AvnM
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
145 Euclid Avenu*
'Phona fc.MlI
Daily Services
Shachriss: 8:00 a. m. daily.
8:30 a. m. Saturdays and holi-
are convenient; the children have
no other mental preoecui
the subjects taught are h
celebration will take place. David.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Jacobs, will become Bar-Mitz-
vah" reciting the entile portion of
law for the day. while his twin
sister, Irene, will deliver an im-
pressive charge of loyalty and de-
votion. A reception will follow-
in the auditorium.
days.
Mincha:
j ant and of interest. Pari
0:45 daily. Shalosh children not yet attending
asked to give -
in Jewish edu .
this summer. Registration
.Monday from 4 to p. m.. ai
school are
their start
Harold Shapiro and Mrs. Louis
Margulies reporting for Beth
David Congregation.
Beth David Calendar
Daily Services: 7:30 a. m. and
6:30 p. m.
Sabbath Services: 8:30 a. m.
Hebrew School: Daily 9 to 12
a. m.
Closing Exercises
During the closing exercises
this past Sunday morning, prizes
were awarded to the honor stu-
dents of all 14 classes of our Sun-
day School by the president of
the Sisterhood. Mrs. Bee Siegel.
In addition, Mr. Leo Ackerman,
president of the Congregation,
presented the honor students of
the Talmud Torah with their
gifts. Mr. Syd Palmer, who for
the past several years has been
in charge of the athletics during
our children's annual picnic, dis-
tributed the prizes to the winners
of the various events.
Confirmation Exercises
Confirmation exercises were
held at the Beth David Synagogue
last Sunday evening with 12 con-
firmants receiving their confir-
mation certificates. During the
program a Sefer Torah was pre-
sented to the Synagogue by Mr.
Louis Hartz. This scroll of law
was saved from Nazi destruction
in Berlin, Germany, and sent to
Mr. Hartz by his brother. Mr.
Louis Heiman, superintendent of
the Sunday School, presented
graduation diplomas to four stu-
dents of the Teachers Training
class. Clair Brown, Herbert Fisch-
er, Thelma Horowitz, and Henry
Mendell. Cantor Louis Hayman,
S'midoss: 7:0(1 p. m. Saturday.
Maariv; 7:20 daily. 7:40 p. m.
Saturdays.
Shvuoss
The holiday of Shvuoss. the pe- following week from 12 ;
riod of the (living of Our Taroh, m. daily.
will be ushered in Tuesday eve- Graduation
ning and will last till Thursday 1 One of the most beautiful |
sunset. Services Will be held each nation exercises held on the B
evening at 6:45 o'clock and each was presented last Tuesdaj
morning at 8:30 a. m. '" the graduation of our S
Yizkor, memorial services, will Sessions children. Flowers
be held Thursday morning at 10 the altar were presented l.
o'clock. Services will be chanted land Mrs M. B. Frank in I
On Saturday. June 16, Arthur. by Cantor Maurice Manuhi's. of their twenty-fifth wedding .
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack "Still the Torah" will he the niversary. Refreshments
August, will be Bar-Mitzvah. We j8ermon Wednesday morning, and served by the mothers oi
take occasion to extend congratu- jorah Life" will be the subject graduates,
lations to the respective parents, | of tm, Bermon Thursday morning I A. L. Mechlowitz. school su
and may they reap great "Nachos" by Rabbi Meacheloff. intendent, served as chairman,
from their children. Parents are urged U> bring their Guest speakers included Mr.
Shevuos Festival children with them to all services. Roth, state commander of tl
Shevuos, or "The Giving of the. Religious School W, V.; Mr. Abe Aronovitz.
Torah," will be ushered in this Final third examinations will be J assistant attorney; Mr. S. S
ers, principal of the South B
Elementary School; Mr, M. [{.
parents to become more vitally
interested in the welfare of their year Tuesday evening, June 11th. h(,|(| in ajj classes this com
children and see that they register Services will be held in the Syn- Monday. Promotions will be an-
for religious classes this Monday 1 agogue Wednesday and Thursday, noum.e<| the following week,
morning. Remember, the study June 12th and 13th. from S:30 to 0ur summer semester will be-
ll :30 a. m. Cantor Louis Hay- gjn Mondav moming. June 17th.
man will chant the liturgic melo- classt.s wiU be heid from 9 t0 12
dies, and Rabbi Max Shapiro will each morninK A special ^j,,.
Koolmotor
GASOLENE
and OILS
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ORANGE STATE
OIL CO.
of Torah has precedence over ev-
erything.
Annual Congregational Meeting
We cannot stress sufficiently
the importance of every member
of the Beth David Congregation
to attend the meeting Sunday eve-
ning. June 9th at 8 o'clock at the
Beth David Auditorium. Certain-
ly it is the duty of every member
to vote at the election of board of
directors. Any member who does
not participate in an election is
definitely guilty of indifference.
Come with your wife and enjoy a
social hour as well. Grand re-
freshments will be served.
We therefore expect every mem-
ber to be present at this occasion.
We emphasize the fact that any-
one who dares to give the petty
excuse for absence at our election
that he does not desire to bec-mi
engaged in partisanship because
of personality, shows definite
signs of childishness and imma-
turity. Where an institution is in-
volved, "especially religious" it is
the duty, the command, to exer-
cise his voting power. We expect
to see you Sunday evening, June
9th at 8 o'clock at the Beth David
auditorium for our Congregation-
al Meeting.
Remember the following dates:
On Thursday evening, June 13th
the new board of directors will
hold its election of officers and
budget planning for the year as
well. On Sunday night, June 16,
in the auditorium, a Congrega-
tional meeting will take place rat-
ifying the budget and the elec-
tion of Rabbi for the ensuing
year.
Refuah Shlaema
We pray to the Almighty that
He grant an immediate Refuah to
our confirmation teacher and
member, Mrs. Harry Oliphant,
who was in an automobile acci-
dent, and is now confined in Jack-
son Memorial Hospital.
discuss the subject, "Is This Our ner.s c.,ass JR being arranged for
Inevitable Fate?" Yiscor. or Me- ; the summt.r. A special summer
mor.al serv.ces Will take place ;currit.u]um has been arran*ed by
Thursday morn.ng at 10 o'clock. ;the Ra|)bi in coopi.rJltion with thc
Your beloved ones were true men teaching staff
and women of Israel. Observe, Wc urge parentg of ehiUnn
the.r memories by attending 'Vis- no have attended during the year
cor services to continue to send their children
Beth Dav.d Shofar during the summer. The hours
We are proud to announce that I
throughout this past semester we \' ---------------------------
issued the "Beth David Shofar,"
This paper is the weekly organ
of our Sunday School and was
published every Sunday under the
capable direction of Harold Sha-
piro, who started this periodical
two years ago.
Annual Sisterhood Picnic
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
its annual picnic all day Sunday.
June 2.'i. under the chairmanship
of Mrs. J. Engler
Frank. Mrs. B. H. London ai 1
Mr. N. Ginsburg.
Presentations were made !>
Sisterhood to the graduate
the synagogue to the faculty, and
by the students to the b
Rabbi and Cantor.
Sisterhood Party
Our Sisterhood will hold a gar-
den party at the Victor Hotel this
coming Monday at 1:30 p. m. A
lovely afternoon is assured to .d!
by thc president, Mrs. B. H. \, -
don, and her capable staff.
RABBINICAL CONFERENCE
TO STUDY MIGRATIONS
Hamilton, O. (WNS)The un-
settled world scene with its ac-
companying mass migrations and
j their effect on spiritual values,
will be the chief problem engag-
ing the attention of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis,
when it assembles for its ">lst an-
nual meeting in Charlevoix. Mich-
igan, June 18 to 23.
More than half the conference's
membership of more than 400 lib-
eral rabbis will come from every
section of the United States ami
from foreign countries to attend
the meeting. Resolutions on cur-
rent problems will be COnsid
NOTED POLISH-ZIONIST
EDITOR IN PALESTINE
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor A
y)Maurice Resides, former edi-
tor and owner of the Zionist Or-
gan "Chwila" of Lwow (Lemberg)
now Soviet Poland, has arrived to
settle in Palestine.
/ enn
SPRING
Announcing the Opening of Two Summer Camps by
Rabbi S. Wrubel, Directorfor 1940 Season
Camp 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
Thanks to modern electric
cleaning appliances, oper-
ated by cheap electricity, the
old tradition of "Spring Clean-
ing'' is out of date. With these
electric helpers on the job all
year 'rounddust and dirt don't
have a chance to accumulate in
corners, grime can't hibernate in
rugs and upholstery. The electric
^ vacuum cleaner ferrets out Old
Man Dirt before he has a chance to
get a footholdthe modern home is
healthfully fresh and clean every
day in the year, with no "Spring
Cleaning" drudgery. Rugs and dra-
peries last longer.
SEE LABOR-SAVING APPLIANCES
AT YOUR ELECTRIC DEALER'S
Take advantage of cheap electricity
brought to you by your Sunshine Serv-
ice organization. At low "step-down' rates.
for example, you can clean four rooms for
about a penny with an electric vacuum
cleaner!
fimiwiiy is [map:
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FRIDAY, JUNE 7,1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
'V Home Camp to Begin June 17
All is in readiness for the first
session of the second annual sum-
mer Home Camp which will begin
Monday morning, June 17th at
9:30 o'clock. The head counsellor
and the entire staff have been
selected by the committee and
these names will be announced in
these columns next week. Mr.
Grossman, the executive director.
reports that over 500 booklets an-
nouncing the opening of the Home
(amp have been sent throughout
the Greater Miami area. Scores
of calls are being received daily
asking for information about the
Camp. We predict a record break-
ing enrollment and urge all par-
ents who are interested to com-
municate at once with Mr. Gross-
man.
For the past week Mrs. Grace
Ambros of the W.P.A recreation
staff has been instructing our
. llors in arts and crafts.
week the executive director
plans to have sessions with the
i -dlors on the curriculum and
ram of the Camp, so that
when sessions begin the entire
staff will be trained in their du-

On Sunday afternoon, June 9th,
from 3 to 5 o'clock there will be
i nts and campers rally at
Y. Pa rents are urged to
come ami bring their children and
over the camp and ask any
i n-stions concerning it. The en-
staff will be in attendance
Monday. June 10th: B'nai B'rith
Sholem Lodge, regular business
meeting.
Tuesday, June 11th: Y. W. H.
A. gymnastic sessions until 7
p. m.
Wednesday: Evening and all
day Wednesday building closed
because of Shevuoth holidays.
Thursday, June 13th: Home-
coming dance given by Y"-Ettes
each evening from 7:00 to 9:00 I in honor of all graduates of high
,11 he glad to assist all those
o have inquiries. A complete
program of events is being pre-
pared by Mrs. Leon Lieberman,
chairman of the home camp com-
mittee, and children will play
and refreshments will be
served. Admission is free.
Dr. Harold Rand, our home camp
physician, has left the city on a
\ ery pleasant journey. He will
be married on June 10th and con-
sequently will not be here for the
opening of the camp. However,
he has designated, in his place,
a very able physician in the per-
son of Dr. H. F. Kauders. Dr.
Kauders will be at the Y Sunday
afternoon and will commence ex-
aminations of the children Mon-
day morning at 8:30 o'clock. Pres-
ent plans are to have the doctor
examine all camp applicants the
week beginning June 10th and no
examinations will be made on the
opening day of camp. Those who
are not examined by the opening
day will be compelled to wait un-
til a later date to enter.
Athletics
Our diamond ball team is once
I more in the lime light. Last Sun-
day night we defeated the strong
Civic League team of Miami Beach
[ by a score of 8-3. Harold Berko-
witx and- Murry Mantell pitched
in excellent game. We urge all
bf you to see these games and
ticer the team. Remember, we
ve two teams, one in the City
eague and one in the Miami
tach league. So take your choice-
lit in any event see some of the
les in which our teams play,
lyone wishing to play for the
is requested to register with
|ickey Lubel, Dr. Barny Weinklc
Al Reisman.
Y. W. H. A.
[The library committee, of which
rs. Joel Belov is chairman, has
reived the first order of books,
any more have been purchased
as soon as they are received
ey will be placed in the li-
ary. It is planned to have a
nber of the committee present
o'clock in the library for the pur-
pose of accommodating those who
desire to visit this fine new pro-
ject. Books of reference, history
and Judaism have been purchased,
as well as books of a secular na-
ture.
Those of you who visited the Y
last Tuesday evening were cer-
tainly thrilled to see over 25 ladies
under the able leadership of
Mickey Lubel going through va-
rious calisthenics exercises. This
is part of the program that Mickey
has understaken and has gained
much publicity since it was an-
nounced.
Calesthenica and setting-up ex-
ercises are given after which the
ladies play various games, such as
basketball, goal-hi, and volley ball.
All women interested are request-
ed to join the Y. W. so they may
participate in these fine sports.
Membership foe is $1.00 per year.
The Forum
Well, we certainly spent a swel-
lagant evening at the home of Miss
I,ois Riesner last Thursday eve-
ning when the club had a party.
Novel games and delicious re-
freshments were, of course, the
hi-1ites of the evening.
News Around Town
Congratulations to Al and Pearl
Reisman who celebrated their
third wedding anniversary on
Thursday, June 0th. The Y par-
ticularly is proud of this couple
because they were the first to be
married in the Y building.
school and college; orchestra and
surprises.
Friday, June 14th: Practice ses-
sions for boys 12 to 21 until 5:00
p. m.
Friday evening: Attend services
of your respective Synagogues.
Get the habit to attend the Y.
M. H. A. regularly. Always some-
thing doing.
"Y" Civic earn Wins 9 to 8
In a hectic ball game inaugurat-
ing the opening of the Civic
League, the Y. M. H. A. led by
Manager Mickey Lubel and as-
sistants Al Reisman and Frank
Rose, the Y boys ran themselves
out of breath defeating the Ar-
my Team of the 21st Division, 9
to 8. Next game Monday night.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
187 N. E. lth itreet
Office Phone S-T74I
.
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COL MAN A. ZWITMAN
IBM Iadtaa Creek IH-Ito(list IM N. Hat .MM
MIAMI BIACH MIAMI
KKh.r or both of the Rabbis win b. la til* Tempi* eYery awaln*.
Tan mar consul: with them oa mattare ooBoernia*- tha Jawla comasa-
Ur, or raur persenal problaraa. Toa will ba aaeured symeathetle
hearing and adrlce. and, naedlaaa a aajr. each matter win he hakl la
atrlct oeaflaance.
Notice
Due to the Shevuoth Holi-
days, the Y" buildings and
grounds will be closed from
sundown Tuesday. June 11th
until Thursday evening, June
13th, at 7:30 o'clock.
Last Tuesday night more than
80 members of the Y. M. H. A.
turned out for the initial prac-
tice session and organization of
the Y duckpin league. Manager
Jack Apte took charge of the
meeting. The following were se-
lected captains of their teams
which will do combat this Tues-
day at the Recreation alleys. If
interested see Jack Apte.
Supermen: Allie Berkowitz, cap-
tain; Sem Tendrich. Pete Silver-
man. Murray Streit, Ix?roy Feld-
man.
Silverstreaks: Abe Silver, cap-
tain; Al Reisman, Sol Levin, Jules
Wilson, Milton Friedman.
Bombers: Abe Berkowitz, cap-
tain; Jerry Goldsmith, Ix>uis Spec-
tor, Guy Goldsmith. Pete Garvett.
Blackies: Harry Schwartz, cap-
tain; Irving Querido, Nat Blum-
berg, Lew Safari, Bob Schweitzer.
Rangers: Abe Weiner, captain;
Walter Mackauf, Joe Barman,
Dave Rosenthal, Doc Beckman.
Damans: Hal Levinson, cap-
tain; Happy Fraelich, Herman
Waitsman, Jack Apte. Murry
Apte.
Substitutes: George Davis and
Oscar Argintar.
Schedule of Events
Saturday. June 8th: 8:00 p. m.,
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men, mass meeting and enter-
tainment; everyone welcome.
Sunday, June 9th: 9:30 a. m. to
1:00 p. m., athletic classes for
men under direction of Mickel
Lubel. Y athletic director; 3:00
to 5:00 p. m., home camp rally,
refreshments, entertainment.
REMOVE MONUMENT
The newspapers report that the
Nazis removed the monument of
the High Rabbi Loew from the
City Hall in Prague. Rabbi Loew.
friend and advisor of Medieval
German Emperors, was the most
famous of all Kabbalists. and cre-
ated the mysterious Golem, a fig-
ure made of clay that he brought
to life as so powerful a man that
he could put him back to sleep
again only with difficulty. He
told the secret of how to revive
him only to his successor. As
legend has it, the successor told
his wife and she awakened the
Golem when a pogrom broke out
and her husband had already been
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the conr,relation."Hillel.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, June 7th, at
8:15 o'clock the sermon, "A Fifth
Column in Civilization," will be
delivered by Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman, and the services will be
conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan.
Sabbath Morning Services
At 11:00 o'clock the interpre-
tation of Biblical portion will be
given by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and
the services will be conducted by
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
Confirmation Services
Shovuos, June 11th, 7:30 p. m.
The program for the confirmation
services include the procession of
confirmands. preceded by the pres-
ident and vice-president of the
congregation, the chairman of the
school board, and the president of
the Sisterhood, for the term 193(J-
1940; processional, hymn 146, con-
liiinands and choir; opening pray-
er, Roland C. Weintraub; evening
services for Shovuos, Union pray-
er book 169-191, conducted by
Gladye R. Lavigne, Robert Weitz,
Lee S. Weinberg. Eileen P. Cow-
en, and Mildred E. Joseloff; floral
offering, confirmands; Torah read-
ing, Selig Esteroff; "Reform Ju-
daism," Its Meaning. Prefatory
Address, Leonard A. Lewis; Mean-
ing of Reform, Stephen M. Davis;
The Concept of Reform, Frank L.
Rosens; Its History, Growth and
Development, Jerry Landfield;
The Father of Reform, Gloria J.
Freeman; The Pittsburgh Plat-
form (1885) Florence T. Cromer;
The Columbus Platform, Harriet
Marcus; Musical Selection, Choir;
Its Principles. God, Marjorie R.
Fisher; Man, Ann Cassel; The
Torah and Israel, Joseph B. Mir-
sky; Social Justice, Gloria C. Kir-
stein; Peace, Paul Leibovit; Its
Way of Life, The Religious Life.
Joseph S. Bulbin; The Synagogue,
Mrs. Marvin Bronner, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Bulbin, Mr. and Mrs
Lionel Cassel, Mr. and Ms. Ed-
ward Cowen, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Cromer, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C.
Estroff, Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Fish-
er, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Freeman,
Mr. and Mrs. Abe S. Goldman,
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Joseloff, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Kendel, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel M. Kirstein, Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin A. Landfield, Mr. and
Mrs. Donald S. Lavigne, Mrs. Le-
ona Levin, Mr. and Mrs J. Gerald
Lewis, Mrs. J. Leibovit, Mr. and
Mrs. C, G. Marcus, Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Mirsky, Mr. and Mrs. Jos.
C. Oren, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. N.
Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rubin,
Mr, and Mrs. Max Steuer, Mr.
and Mrs. H. R. Weinberg, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Weintraub, and Mr. and
Mrs. Max Weitz.
In Memoriam
May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn and com-
fort the bereaved among us.
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the following
will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Harry E.
Glickman, father of Mrs Leonard
Glickman; Harry W. Levin, father
of Dr. Alfred G. Levin.
Yahrzeits: Charles Ratner, hus-
band of Mrs. Matilda Ratner; Sa-
rah Leah Herstein, mother of Mrs.
Morris Plant and Mrs. Louis Zei-
entz; Samuel Rosenthal, father of
Mrs. Herman Wall; Minna Schret-
er, sister of Mr. Sidney Meyer;
Kate Aronovitz, mother of Dr.
Samuel and Abe Aronovitz; Men-
del Freed, father of Mrs Harry
Nevins; Meyer D. Katz, husband
of Mrs. M. D Katz, father of Mrs.
William Wilkins and Mrs. Joseph
Weintraub; Carrie Kaufman,
mother of Mr. Harry Kaufman.
Floral offerings last week were
presented in memory of Sophie
Lerner, Laura Livingston and Bes-
sie Brill.
taken to jail. The Golem ended
the pogrom by destroying part of j Lillian Rubin; The Home. Joyce A.
Prague and by killing the most Oren; Prayer, Ina R. Steuer; Edu-
fanatic Jew-baiters.
DR. LOUIS FINKKl.STEIN
President of the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary of America and
Professor of Theology on its Fac-
ulty.
cation, Harriet E. Goldman; Con-
cluding Address. Ruth A. Kendel;
Confirmation Vow, Rabbi Zwit-
man; Confirmation Blessing, Rab-
bi Kaplan; Remarks. Rabbi Kap-
lan; Remarks. Rabbi Zwitman;
Adoration, Lawrence A. Levin;
Closing Prayer. Henry A. Bron-
ner; Kaddish. Rabbi Kaplan; and
Benediction, Rabbi Zwitman.
A reception tendered to the con-
firmands, by their parents, will
follow the services, in Kaplan
Hall. Members of the congrega-
tion and worshipers are invited to
attend.
Presentation oi confirmation
certificates will b" made by J. Ger-
ald Lewis, president of the Con-
gregation, and the presentation of
Bibles, the gift of Sisterhood, by
Mrs. Morris Plant, chairman of
the school board.
Parents of the confirmands who
will be the hosts and hostesses of
confirmation reception are Mr. and
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PAGE TWO jm JT.WTSH TLOBIDIAN FRIDAY. JUNE 7. i %  10 ) %  SOCIAL ACW1UES *AY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor Shier, brother of the bride will be best man. After a honeymoon trip the couple will return to Miami where Mr. Badanes is engaged in business, and will reside at 975 S. W. 2nd Street. HONEYMOON HERE Dr. and New York are honeymooning in I same time SPONSOR VAUDEVILLE The National Children's Convalescent Home of Miami will hold a vaudeville show Sunday, June 17 at 8 p. m. at Flamingo Park, Miami Beach. Entertainment will be furnished by professional talent. Tickets may be obtained by phoning Mrs. J. J. Lippitt, general chairman, at 5-6606. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. Further details will be published in next week's issue. • • • TO VISIT IN NORTH Mr. Jack Manhoff left Wednesday for Philadelphia, Pa., for a brief stay to visit relatives and friends. • • • ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED The engagement of Miss Mildred Gordon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Gordon. 2168 S. W. 12th St., Miami, to Milton Robert Wasman, son of Mrs. Mollie Wasman, 161 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, is being announced by her parents. The marriage has been set for early fall. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon will entertain at an open house Sunday, June 9th, between T> and 7 o'clock in honor of the engaged couple. Friends are invited. • • GARDEN PARTY TO BE HELD The Beth Jacob Sisterhood completed plans for their Garden Party which will be held Monday. June 10th at 1:30 p. m. at the Victor Hotel. Various card games will be played, refreshments served and prizes awarded. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. I,. Millerchairman, assisted by Mesdames, J. Albert, M. B. Frank, A. Berow, Moses Krieger, Samuel Blank, Ann Lipowsky, Jack Wucher, Ida Cohen, J. Shapiro. B. Kelemer, D. Becker, A. Gottesman, J. Morris, A. J. Tobin, and Benj. H. London. All members and friends are urged to attend, proceeds going towards the Talmud Torah. • • • NUPTIALS TO BE PERFORMED The wedding of Miss Clarice Shier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shier of Macon, Georgia, to Samuel Badanes, son of Mr. and I sored by the I-adies Auxiliary of Mrs. Morris Badanes of Miami, the Freda Markowitz Post of the will be held Sunday, June 9th at I Jewish War Veterans ofthe U. the home of Mrs. G. L. Nirenstein, 1 S. Monday, June 17th, leaving sister of the bride, who will also I Pier 8 at 9 p. m. In charge of arbe matron of honor. Mr. Sigmund I rangements are Mrs. Ann Brooks, I chairman, assisted by Mesdames Florence Markowitz and Beatrice Shapiro. Proceeds will go towards the South Florida Crippled Children's Home. CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mintzer, long time residents and communal workers of Greater Miami, will celebrate their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary at a reception for their friends Sunday evening. June 9th, at their home, 4414 Pine Mrs. S. I). Klotz of j Tree Drive, Miami Beach. At the their son Jack, who Miami Beach at the Albion Hotel where they will remain for several weeks. Dr. Klotz is the brother of Mrs. Joseph Mann of Miami. • • TO BE MARRIED The marriage of Miss Grace ITiyllis Yadwin. daughter of Mrs. Edith Yadwin, to Irwin Abram Dubinsky of Canada, son of Mr. and ."As. II. Weisfeld, will take place Sunday, June 8th at "> p. m. at the home of Rabbi Moses Moschejoff, who will officiate. Cantor Maurice Mamches will assist. Dinner for the immediate family will follow the ceremony. The couple will take a honeymoon trip to New York and Canada after which they will return to Miami Beach. Friends are invited to the ceremony. • CONVENTION TO BE HELD The 21st annual convention of the Southern Young Judaea region will he held in Nashville, Tennessee, .lime 23 through June 20 and will be called the "Kadimah" convention. An elaborate program of six business sessions, two (lames, a banquet, an evening sponsored by the Business and Professional Women's Group of Senior Hadassah. and an afternoon and night at the beautiful Y. M.Y. W. H. A. camp, will comprise the entertainment. Convention hendquarters have been placed at the Y. M.-Y. W. H. A building. Registration blanks will be mailed by June 25th and those desiring to make hotel reservations are requested to so note on their blank. The Nashville Young Judaeans extend a cordial invitation to all members to attend the convention. • • MOONLIGHT SAIL TO BE GIVEN A moonlight sail aboard the Yacht Seven Seas will be spongraduated from the University of Miami Law School this week, will also be honored. Receiving guests will be Mrs. Mintzer and daughter Ethel and Mrs. Max Mintzer. • RETURNS FROM NORTH Mr. Norman Weiss returned to the city Wednesday after a three week's visit in New York. • • TO BE BAR MIZVAB The bar mitzvah of Arthur J. August, son of Mr. and Mrs. .lark August will take place Saturday. June 11th at 10 oclock at the Beth \ve.. Miami Beach, Sunday. June 9th at 4 o'clock. Rabbi Moses IjMescheloff, assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches, will officiate. The bride will be attended by her sister, Adeline, as maid of honor, and Arnold A. Newman, brother of the groom, will be best man. After an extended honeymoon trip through Canada and the Middle Wot they will return to Beach. Miami TAKES TRIP Mr. Nathan Adelman left Wednesday on a business trip to Savannah and New York. • • • CLUB RE-ORGANIZED TO HOLD •MEETING The regular meeting of the Workmen's Circle Branch 692 will be held Monday, June 10th a! g:3Q p. m. at the Beth David Talmud Torah. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave. Hans for the picnic to be held June 23rd at Hardie's Casino, Miami Beach, will be completed and other important business will be transacted. • • • TOURS SOUTH AMERICA Leonard Rose, first cellist of the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra, was chosen by Maestro Arturo Toscanni, to accompany his orchestra on a South American tour. Before going to Cleveland he was David Synagogue. • • MEETING TO BE HELD An open meeting and card party will he sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter <>f the National Home I'd Jewish Children at Denver. Tuesday, June 11th at 1 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Becky Waldman. 2326 S. W. 21st Ave. Cards will be played and refreshments will he served. Mrs. Waldman, chairman, will he assisted by Mesdames Sol Goldstrom, 11. Roth, D. Tendler, R. Grossman, 1. 11. Goldman. Rose Steinhausi r and Harry Kaufman. Mr-. Harry Lurdine's Kaufman is eal chapter. president of 'he loMEETINO TO BE HELD The regular meetii g of the I-adies Auxiliary of the Freda Markowitz Post of the Jewish War Veterans of the U. S. will be held Monday, June 10th at 8 p. m. at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. Miami The Yedidim Club, social organ| a member of the NBC Symphony ization. of 19.31, was re-organized orchestra and is well known to at a meeting Monday evening. June Miamians. He is the son of Mr. 3 at which time 12 of the origa nd Mrs. Harry Rose, and will be inal members were present. Meetaccompanied by his wife "ii the ings of the club, which is a bran, h t „ ur of the Y. M. H. A., will he held the second and fourth Mondays of each month at the Y library. Harry Feinstein is the temporary chairman. Flection of officers and plans for the ensuing year will take place at the next meeting, Monday, June loth. • • • BAR MITZVAH TO BE HELD The bar mitzvah of Albert F.skenazi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi, will be held Wednesday, June 12th at 9:80 p. m. at the Belli David Synagogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro will address tin' boy and Albert will recite a portion of the law. Albert is the Cantor of the Beth David Junior Congregation. A reception will follow the i s in the Talmud Torah. Alt friend^ are cordially united to nd. COMPULSORY LABOR FOR POLISH JEWS The Nazis have begun to transport the first groups of 160,000 Polish Jews, now doing compulsory labor in Germany, to the Netherlands to remove the debris Beach. Mrs. Meyer Wigdor. pieseaused by intensive bombardident. will preside, • • • LEAVE FOR NORTH Mrs. Max Shapiro and children left for Toledo, Ohio, to spend ments, it was learned on good authority here. 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All Jewish boys and girls interested in joining are cordially invited to attend. • • • LEAVEFOR TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kovner i f the Winter Haven Hotel. Miami Beach, left May 151st for an extensive trip through California and Texas where they will visit I with relatives and friends. • • • WEDDING WILL jBE HELD j The marriage of Miss Beatrice Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N a t Schwartz, to Mr. Godfrey K. Newman will take place I at the home of the bride, 4580 Post explanation for this move is that "the Jewish capitalists, who helped to destroy the Netherlands, will now he compelled to rebuild it." Meanwhile, it was stated, that the Nazis have released all Dutch soldiers but are detaining in prison Jewish soldiers fighting with the Dutch troo] -. All Dutch newspapers, including tinliberal "Telegraph." are now in Nazi hands and the first anti-Semitic stories have already made their appearance. The police have imposed a curfew throughout the country. 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f*Jewish Floridiai in Co 8/w e Tlhe Jewish HJinilty H VOLUME 14—No. 23 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 7. 3940 PRICE 10 CENTS L T VII New York (WNS)—Eight Zionist leaders, in a statement made public here, called upon Zionist members to designate delegates in the forthcoming convention of the Zionist Organization of America who will "adopt such resolutions and elect such officers as will assure the revitalization of the Zionist movement in this country. The convention will be held in Pittsburgh, Pa., from June 2'.' to July 2. The statement! bearing the title For a Progressive Zionist Organization of America," described the "two-year struggle by Dr. Solomon Goldman, retiring president. to implement a reorganization plan which he submitted shortly after his election in 1988." • ."American Zionists." the statement declared, "concerned with the future of the Zionist Organization of America are anxious that the policy and plans proposed by Dr. Goldman and concurred in by the Executive Committeethe Administrative Council and the 1989 convention shall not be stymied, but that they shall be carried through." A large mass meeting will be sponsored by the .Miami Section of ih" National Council 'it' Jewish Women, Saturday, June 8th al 'S p. m. at the V. M. H. A. clubrooms, 1567 S. \V. 5th .-trot. "The Presidents New Decree on Alien Registration" will be the subject for discussi >n by the prominent speakers invited to participate. A social hour will follow and refreshments will be served. The public is cordially invited to attend. Wounded Sent To Czechoslovakia Y MEMBERSHIP SELECT OFFICERS Officers selected at the election of officers of he Y. M. II. A. held Wednesday. June 5th, 1940, include, president. 1),Samuel Becl man; secretary, Fred K. Shochet; and treasurer, Nat Blum* berg, all elected unanimously. Herman Waitsman was elected vic< president. Members of the board for one year term: Murry Grossman, Lou Safan, Joseph A. Berman. Henry Eiohauser, Leon Lieberman, J. Avon Abbott. Irving Querido, Jules Wilson. Members of the board for two years: Mnthew S. Handler. IlenLondon (WNS) All Jewish doctors in Czechoslovakia have been ordered to register with the government for special service. it was reported here, giving con>'>• Gabbe. formation to an earlier report that Members of the hoard for three the Nazi Army was sending its years: George Wolpert, Al Palwounded soldiers to Czechoslo'"'• '-''" Robinson, vakia, Hold-over members from last The report staled that the Nazi year: Dr. Harold Hand. Harry high command had ordered the inSchwartz. Jack Apto. jured soldiers sent to ( zechosloThe first meeting of the board vakia in order to keep the German of directors under the new admin population from learning the existration will be held at the home ; /IS EXECUTE JE Lot dun (WNS)Following the Sholem Fudge B'nai B'ri h will held their regular monthly meeting Monday. June 11th instead of Tuesday, due t" the Shvuoth holidays. The meeting will he held at the Y cluhr. is a: 8:30 p. ttl. Reports on the recent 1' th d rict convention will be heard and other important business will be !" f '"""" h "'' which marked the transacted. All members and ""' nation of Austria two friends are cordially invited to at" a s "f" "'" lv: "' 1 "* N arU 1U I '".>' *'KIC.I out 100 prominent Belgian Jews and executed them, it was reported here. Fists of outspoken Jewish and "on Jewish anti-Nazis had been prepared in advance by Belgian Nazis and forwarded to the German high command. The complete Holy Land Blackout Enforced Regularly Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency The seven hour b'ackout ordered to begin in this city and its vicinity last week will be enforced every night from now on, it was announced. The blackout will go into effect each evening at '.' o'clock and will remain in force until 4 a. m., pri sent order. col.ai.se of Belgian resistance. I,,I lowing King Leopolds surrender, lias thrown additional thousands of Jews, including Jewish soldiers into Nazi hands. The report said also that the Nazis are shooting groups of five, according to the ten and sometimes fifteen Jewish soldiers, captured with the Meanwhile as a part of the naAllied troops, for every Nazi tional defense regulations. the "parachutist" allegedly shot by Palestine government issued an the French. Jewish soldiers are order banning the use of radio separated from their fellow prissets in cafes, restaurants, shops oni rs and are subject to different and vehicles to which the public ; regulations. Soldiers who tent of the casualties suffered by j f Maurice Grossman, executive had access. Any departure ft m I tempt to conceal the fact that they the Nazi armies in the battle of director, 1419 S. W. ">th street on the rules in this respect inns' re-(are Jews are severely punished as NECESSITY FOR UNITED FRONT The necessity for the establishment of a united front for all organizations and parties in American Zionism to cope with the emergency problems arising out of the war. affecting both Palestine and the position of the Jews in the Diaspora, was stressed in an address delivered by Louis Lipsky al a dinner given in his honor by the Order Sons of Zion to mark the inauguration of a National Camp bearing his name. Mr I.ipsky denounced attempts now being made to ''create division and sectional animosities' in the Zionist Organization of America at a time when problems involving the fate of Palestine and the entire Jewish people should engage the attention of the movement. He deplored the "propaganda of depreciation" which he said was being carried on in an effort to belittle the achievements of the Zionist Organization and its leadership. Flanders. Schools and hospitals were crowded with wounded men, many of them lying on the floor. Jewish doctors who refuse to cooperate I with Nazi officials are subject to severe punishment. Thursday, o'clock. June loth, at 9:00 Hospital Drive Adds Forty New Members The B'nai B'rith drive for memberships in the South Florida %  Crippled Children's Hospital BuildGermany, ing has added forty new mem— punished as ceive the authority of the disuict "swindlers.' commissioner. One widely circulated report Although no puK'-j announcestaled that the Nazis are compellment was made of ie reasons for ( ing Belgian Jews to descend by on spethe new order. was assumed parachute into France that it was dt' r %  '"'" "* been taken over by the towns and hamlets which respond. ltiM ** Schenly Park. jus. was named president. Other ofNazis. During the first few days ed in the nationwide campaign of the Joint Distribution Committee. the United Palestine Appeal and the National Refugee Service. west of Red Road overlooking the ficers elected n<'Vffirst vice-president. Harry Zaret; second viceBiltmoro Hotel. Of Nazi occupation Jewish merchants in the Low Countries suf"With a membership of Hot) in president. J. Aron Abbott; se, refered losses running into thousands B'nai B'rith and with $687 already tary, Henry D. Ungerleider; ami of dollars aa result of pillaging collected, it would be a very fine treasurer. Neil Kn;s. Elected to by Nazi soldiers. All the signatories have long thing if we could finish our drive the board were Dr. Irving Cordon, j Nazi soldiers Bmashed win,lows been Identified with the affairs of this week with a showing of at Chas.' S. Tobin. Isadore ZukerLf Jewish shops and walked off the Zionist Organization and are least one dollar collected for every nick, and Harry Zukernick. outW jth whatever they could carry members of its Administrative member of Sholem Lodge," said going president. The next meetJewish merchantwere ordered to Council, or governing body. RabMr. Kopelowitz. Everyone is asked his Brickner, Heller and Israel. Dr. to semi iii one dollar for each memFriedenwald, Judge Levinthal, Mr. ber of his family for a family Rocker and Mr. Szold also serve membership in the new hospital on the Executive Committee of the Mail your dollars to M. J. Kopelorganization. (Continued 'ii Page 8 The signers of the statement were Rabbi Barnett R. Bricker of Cleveland. O.; Dr. Harry Friedonw-ald of Baltimore. Mil., vice president of the Zionist Organization of America and a professor at Johns Hopkins University; Rabbi James (J. Holler of Cincinnati. 0., vice president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis Rabbi Edward I.. Israel, of Baltimore', Md., writer and labor mediator; Judge K. Levinthal, of the Court of Common Pleas. Philadelphia, and chairman of the Administrative Council of the Zionist Organi; zation Louis P. Rocker of New York, chairman of tne finance committee of the Zionist Organization and president of Young Judaea; Robert Szold, of New York, vice president of the Zionist Organization and a former president; and State Senator Jacob Weiss, of Indianapolis, Ind. 1-hA'lliithD Sl-iiA&lSKS Af Hill ANNUAL A.Z.A. CONVENTION Max Kroloff (left), assistant director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith; Hon. Alfred M. Cohen (center), honorary president of B'nai B'rith and Lyle Spencer (right) America's number one job expert, who will be among the speakers at the 17th annual national convention of Aleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith's youth organization, to be held at Camp Manatee, Akron, Ohio, June 28th to July 5th. ing will be held Tuesday. June „.,„.,,„ open aM(| tf) ge „ to j^. 18th at which time details of the .seldie.s and the population and installation of officers and the, were compelled to accept spocial!ngui "g P |ana will be discussed. | ly printed German paper money in exi hange fmtheir artii lea. The pillaging and robbing of Jewish shops was so widespread '.hat the Nazi command has now taken steps to curb the unofficial confiscation of goods. Four Nazi soldiers and several Belgian Nazis W re shot by the army command as an example to their comrades. Daily Nazi broadcasts in Holland warn the Jewish population that, in the future, they will share the fate of the Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland and of the Jews m Germany itself." Jews are compelled to remove the debris resulting from the Nazi aerial bombardment. The Nazi invasion was the signal for Dutch and Belgian antiSemites, previously held in check by the respective governments of those countries, to organize street meetings and demonstrations aimed at the Jews. All Jewish property is now in the process of liquidation. C () M P L E T E A IT HEN TIC A Community Service


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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1940 fHE JIWISH rLORIDIAH PAGE THREE ,1 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1546 3. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi RABBI'!* RLS1DENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-6192 CHILD GUIDANCE by JOSEPH A. BERMAN (The writer will he glad to answer any problem of his readers, Write to him In care of this newipapei i 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. Ladles Auxiliary Installation The installation of the newly elected officers of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Congregation will take place this Sunday evening, June 9 at 8 o'clock in the Synagogue. Mrs. Irvin Krick heads the committee consisting of Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner, Mrs. Louis Kotkin and Mrs. A. I. Orlansky, who are planning the affair. The principal address of the evening will be given by Rabbi Abraham Kellner, who will also charge the officers-elect as to their duties. Mr. H. M. Drevich will bring greetings from the Congregation and Mr. Max Rifas, chairman of the building committee, will report the progress of the new building. Featured on the program will be the toastmistress, Mrs. I. Krick, installing officer, Mrs. M. Grossman. Mrs. L. Axelrod, and Mrs. H. Shulman, presentations. The officers to be installed are: Mrs. George Chertkoff, president; Mrs. Victor Mell, vice-president; Mrs. B. Silverman, second vicepresident; Mrs. Sarah Stone, treasurer; Mrs. A. 1. Orlansky, corresponding secretary; Mrs. I-ouis Pallot, financial secretary; Mrs. H. M. Kagan, recording secretary. Trustees are Mcsdames G. Ginsberg. Louis Kotkin, I. Krick, L. Leavitt, M. Pallot, M. Rifas. I. Uosengarten, J. L. Shochet. H, Schulman. Mrs. Wm, Clcin, as honorary president, is ex-officio member of the board. Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner will give the invocation and benediction. Sunday School Picnic The Sunday School picnic will take place this Sunday morning, June 'Jth at the Matheson Hammock. All children will leave from the synagogue at 10 a. m. in conveyances provided by the school. Parents of the children are cordially invited to come. Holiday Sermons Shevuoth will be Tuesday night, June nth and Wednesday and Thursday and we earnestly plead with our people to avail themselves of the opportunity to attend divine services on these days. In these frightful times when our country is almost the only one where one can still attend the synagogue without fear and apprehension, we should fill to the overflowing every place of worship to pray to the Almighty that peace may continue in our glorious land and come to the other lands in sorrow. As schools close this week we are particularly anxious to have our young ones with us and earnestly beseech the parents to bring them with you. To our Congregation this festival is of especial significance, for this is the last festival celebrated in the old building before we move into our new building. Rabbi Kellner will preach both mornings in English and both afternoons in Yiddish. On Thursday morning, before the Yiskor services, the Rabbi will preach a special farewell sermon. Synagogue Decorations The Ladies Auxiliary will again be represented by an able committee consisting of Mrs. Wm. Clein, chairman, and Mcsdames Kagan, Kellner. Orlansky, and Zissman, who will decorate the Synagogue in honor of the forthcoming holiday. Appreciation The Synagogue board gratefully acknowledges receipt of the thousand dollars from our Ladies Auxiliary, which was pledged at the cornerstone laying, on May 26, thus bringing up the contribution of the ladies to $2800 in the past two years, towards our building fund. Special thanks are due to the treasurer. Mrs. Sarah Stone, for her kind effort to complete the sum pledged. Jewish Radio Hour We are phased to chronicle the splendid response to the Jewish Facts show thatproblem children have problem parents. To cure the child we must first cure the parents and to do that, the parent must he treated as being as big a problem as his child. Recently, I overheard the greetings of two youngsters. 1 would say they wore about twelve years of age. Hi, Stinky." said one', and ••Stinky" answered with a "Hi. Hutch." They engaged for a moment in spirited conversation and when "Butch" took leave, I spoke to "Stinky" and asked him if he didn't mind being called "Stinky." "Naw," he answered, "do you know what my real name is?" Quincy! Do you think his father's name was Archibald or perhaps Pierpontelle? May I invite you to go with me on a mirror tour, to observe the ways and means of three blundering parents. Let's see if you recognize yourself in any of these reflections. In the first mirror we see a mother trying to convince her 14 year old son to take some prescribed medicine. There she goes taking it herself to prove to him j that it is non-poisonous. This I Diamond trade centers transferred to London. The building of the Diamond KxJhange in Amsterdam (Netherlands) that is closed on Saturdays and open on Sundays, as the diamond business is almost entirely in Jewish hands. Upper light, a Jewish diamond cutter. Radio hour conducted on May 2l> by Mrs. Abraham Kellner in the absence of Rabbi Kellner.. It is pleasing to know that so many people draw spiritual satisfaction from these programs. Congratulations The Congregation and Auxiliary are very happy to congratulate its members, Mr. and Mrs. P. Sokoloff on the engagement of their son, Paul, to Miss Helen Syman We wish them many years of nachas from their children Rabbi Kellner Honored At the recently held national Mizrachi convention in Baltimore Rabbi Abraham A Kellner was re-elected to the Naad Hapoel (National %  Administrative Committee) in recognition of his services in establishing the Mizrachi movement in Florida. Nichum Avelim We extend our sincere condolences to the Green family on the demise of the late Mrs. Green. May the Lord comfort the mourners amidst the mourners of Zion 1 and Jerusalem. mother is molly-coddling her boy, because it's fun to feel motherly. She doesn't stop to think that the medicine is his medicine. He | should be taking it for his own I sake and no foolishness about it. \ Our second mirror shows us a father. His little daughter is tryl ing to climb his knee. But he is not having any fun today. What's | wrong with daddy? Daddy looks awfully grouchy. He is probably having one of his moments. He's fagged out. Of course, his daughter isn't necessary to King Father in such a mood Just let her gei out of the way until he is reaiy to baby her again. In our third mirror, we see little Mary reflect* Mary is sticking out her swee little tongue at mother. What'mother doing about this? O:. she's laughing. Mother thinks .". .v is so demonstrative. It is evident that Mary has had little raining in discipline and eve: B9 in the art of respect for hei elders. Why do I y these parents are problem parents? Obviously b cause they don't know how to guide their children properly. WOLPERT' r FURNITURJf BARGAINS! -1 •• -~ V/e PoftMse To 3e Undersold "• 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-413$ FOR FLOWERS FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS call McAllister, Florist 629 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3773 LETTER SERVICE .'.o IT, .IM..M.V; • rveV.. :., M"^ 3B487


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FRIDAY, JUNE 7,1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) 'V Home Camp to Begin June 17 All is in readiness for the first session of the second annual summer Home Camp which will begin Monday morning, June 17th at 9:30 o'clock. The head counsellor and the entire staff have been selected by the committee and these names will be announced in these columns next week. Mr. Grossman, the executive director. reports that over 500 booklets announcing the opening of the Home (amp have been sent throughout the Greater Miami area. Scores of calls are being received daily asking for information about the Camp. We predict a record breaking enrollment and urge all parents who are interested to communicate at once with Mr. Grossman. For the past week Mrs. Grace Ambros of the W.P.A recreation staff has been instructing our llors in arts and crafts. week the executive director plans to have sessions with the i -dlors on the curriculum and ram of the Camp, so that when sessions begin the entire staff will be trained in their du%  On Sunday afternoon, June 9th, from 3 to 5 o'clock there will be i nts and campers rally at Y. Pa rents are urged to come ami bring their children and over the camp and ask any i n-stions concerning it. The enstaff will be in attendance Monday. June 10th: B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge, regular business meeting. Tuesday, June 11th: Y. W. H. A. gymnastic sessions until 7 p. m. Wednesday: Evening and all day Wednesday building closed because of Shevuoth holidays. Thursday, June 13th: Homecoming dance given by Y"-Ettes each evening from 7:00 to 9:00 I in honor of all graduates of high ,11 he glad to assist all those o have inquiries. A complete program of events is being prepared by Mrs. Leon Lieberman, chairman of the home camp committee, and children will play and refreshments will be served. Admission is free. Dr. Harold Rand, our home camp physician, has left the city on a \ ery pleasant journey. He will be married on June 10th and consequently will not be here for the opening of the camp. However, he has designated, in his place, a very able physician in the person of Dr. H. F. Kauders. Dr. Kauders will be at the Y Sunday afternoon and will commence examinations of the children Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock. Present plans are to have the doctor examine all camp applicants the week beginning June 10th and no examinations will be made on the opening day of camp. Those who are not examined by the opening day will be compelled to wait until a later date to enter. Athletics Our diamond ball team is once I more in the lime light. Last Sunday night we defeated the strong Civic League team of Miami Beach [ by a score of 8-3. Harold Berkowitx andMurry Mantell pitched in excellent game. We urge all bf you to see these games and ticer the team. Remember, we ve two teams, one in the City eague and one in the Miami tach league. So take your choicelit in any event see some of the les in which our teams play, lyone wishing to play for the is requested to register with |ickey Lubel, Dr. Barny Weinklc Al Reisman. Y. W. H. A. [The library committee, of which rs. Joel Belov is chairman, has reived the first order of books, any more have been purchased as soon as they are received ey will be placed in the liary. It is planned to have a nber of the committee present o'clock in the library for the purpose of accommodating those who desire to visit this fine new project. Books of reference, history and Judaism have been purchased, as well as books of a secular nature. Those of you who visited the Y last Tuesday evening were certainly thrilled to see over 25 ladies under the able leadership of Mickey Lubel going through various calisthenics exercises. This is part of the program that Mickey has understaken and has gained much publicity since it was announced. Calesthenica and setting-up exercises are given after which the ladies play various games, such as basketball, goal-hi, and volley ball. All women interested are requested to join the Y. W. so they may participate in these fine sports. Membership foe is $1.00 per year. The Forum Well, we certainly spent a swellagant evening at the home of Miss I,ois Riesner last Thursday evening when the club had a party. Novel games and delicious refreshments were, of course, the hi-1ites of the evening. News Around Town Congratulations to Al and Pearl Reisman who celebrated their third wedding anniversary on Thursday, June 0th. The Y particularly is proud of this couple because they were the first to be married in the Y building. school and college; orchestra and surprises. Friday, June 14th: Practice sessions for boys 12 to 21 until 5:00 p. m. Friday evening: Attend services of your respective Synagogues. Get the habit to attend the Y. M. H. A. regularly. Always something doing. "Y" Civic earn Wins 9 to 8 In a hectic ball game inaugurating the opening of the Civic League, the Y. M. H. A. led by Manager Mickey Lubel and assistants Al Reisman and Frank Rose, the Y boys ran themselves out of breath defeating the Army Team of the 21st Division, 9 to 8. Next game Monday night. TEMPLE ISRAEL 187 N. E. lth itreet Office Phone S-T74I RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COL MAN A. ZWITMAN IBM Iadtaa Creek IH-ITO— (list IM N. %  Hat •.—MM MIAMI BIACH MIAMI KKh.r or both of the Rabbis win b. la til* Tempi* eYery awaln*. Tan mar consul: with them oa mattare ooBoernia*tha Jawla comasa%  Ur, or raur persenal problaraa. Toa will ba aaeured symeathetle hearing and adrlce. and, naedlaaa a aajr. each matter win he hakl la atrlct oeaflaance. Notice Due to the Shevuoth Holidays, the ••Y" buildings and grounds will be closed from sundown Tuesday. June 11th until Thursday evening, June 13th, at 7:30 o'clock. Last Tuesday night more than 80 members of the Y. M. H. A. turned out for the initial practice session and organization of the Y duckpin league. Manager Jack Apte took charge of the meeting. The following were selected captains of their teams which will do combat this Tuesday at the Recreation alleys. If interested see Jack Apte. Supermen: Allie Berkowitz, captain; Sem Tendrich. Pete Silverman. Murray Streit, Ix?roy Feldman. Silverstreaks: Abe Silver, captain; Al Reisman, Sol Levin, Jules Wilson, Milton Friedman. Bombers: Abe Berkowitz, captain; Jerry Goldsmith, Ix>uis Spector, Guy Goldsmith. Pete Garvett. Blackies: Harry Schwartz, captain; Irving Querido, Nat Blumberg, Lew Safari, Bob Schweitzer. Rangers: Abe Weiner, captain; Walter Mackauf, Joe Barman, Dave Rosenthal, Doc Beckman. Damans: Hal Levinson, captain; Happy Fraelich, Herman Waitsman, Jack Apte. Murry Apte. Substitutes: George Davis and Oscar Argintar. Schedule of Events Saturday. June 8th: 8:00 p. m., National Council of Jewish Women, mass meeting and entertainment; everyone welcome. Sunday, June 9th: 9:30 a. m. to 1:00 p. m., athletic classes for men under direction of Mickel Lubel. Y athletic director; 3:00 to 5:00 p. m., home camp rally, refreshments, entertainment. REMOVE MONUMENT The newspapers report that the Nazis removed the monument of the High Rabbi Loew from the City Hall in Prague. Rabbi Loew. friend and advisor of Medieval German Emperors, was the most famous of all Kabbalists. and created the mysterious Golem, a figure made of clay that he brought to life as so powerful a man that he could put him back to sleep again only with difficulty. He told the secret of how to revive him only to his successor. As legend has it, the successor told his wife and she awakened the Golem when a pogrom broke out and her husband had already been CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the conr,relation."—Hillel. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, June 7th, at 8:15 o'clock the sermon, "A Fifth Column in Civilization," will be delivered by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, and the services will be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Sabbath Morning Services At 11:00 o'clock the interpretation of Biblical portion will be given by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and the services will be conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Confirmation Services Shovuos, June 11th, 7:30 p. m. The program for the confirmation services include the procession of confirmands. preceded by the president and vice-president of the congregation, the chairman of the school board, and the president of the Sisterhood, for the term 193 ( J1940; processional, hymn 146, conliiinands and choir; opening prayer, Roland C. Weintraub; evening services for Shovuos, Union prayer book 169-191, conducted by Gladye R. Lavigne, Robert Weitz, Lee S. Weinberg. Eileen P. Cowen, and Mildred E. Joseloff; floral offering, confirmands; Torah reading, Selig Esteroff; "Reform Judaism," Its Meaning. Prefatory Address, Leonard A. Lewis; Meaning of Reform, Stephen M. Davis; The Concept of Reform, Frank L. Rosens; Its History, Growth and Development, Jerry Landfield; The Father of Reform, Gloria J. Freeman; The Pittsburgh Platform (1885) Florence T. Cromer; The Columbus Platform, Harriet Marcus; Musical Selection, Choir; Its Principles. God, Marjorie R. Fisher; Man, Ann Cassel; The Torah and Israel, Joseph B. Mirsky; Social Justice, Gloria C. Kirstein; Peace, Paul Leibovit; Its Way of Life, The Religious Life. Joseph S. Bulbin; The Synagogue, Mrs. Marvin Bronner, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin, Mr. and Mrs Lionel Cassel, Mr. and Ms. Edward Cowen, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cromer, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Estroff, Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Abe S. Goldman, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Joseloff, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kendel, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Kirstein, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Landfield, Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Lavigne, Mrs. Leona Levin, Mr. and Mrs J. Gerald Lewis, Mrs. J. Leibovit, Mr. and Mrs. C, G. Marcus, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mirsky, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. C. Oren, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. N. Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rubin, Mr, and Mrs. Max Steuer, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Weinberg, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Weintraub, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Weitz. In Memoriam May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn and comfort the bereaved among us. At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Harry E. Glickman, father of Mrs Leonard Glickman; Harry W. Levin, father of Dr. Alfred G. Levin. Yahrzeits: Charles Ratner, husband of Mrs. Matilda Ratner; Sarah Leah Herstein, mother of Mrs. Morris Plant and Mrs. Louis Zeientz; Samuel Rosenthal, father of Mrs. Herman Wall; Minna Schreter, sister of Mr. Sidney Meyer; Kate Aronovitz, mother of Dr. Samuel and Abe Aronovitz; Mendel Freed, father of Mrs Harry Nevins; Meyer D. Katz, husband of Mrs. M. D Katz, father of Mrs. William Wilkins and Mrs. Joseph Weintraub; Carrie Kaufman, mother of Mr. Harry Kaufman. Floral offerings last week were presented in memory of Sophie Lerner, Laura Livingston and Bessie Brill. taken to jail. The Golem ended the pogrom by destroying part of j Lillian Rubin; The Home. Joyce A. Prague and by killing the most Oren; Prayer, Ina R. Steuer; Edufanatic Jew-baiters. DR. LOUIS FINKKl.STEIN President of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and Professor of Theology on its Faculty. cation, Harriet E. Goldman; Concluding Address. Ruth A. Kendel; Confirmation Vow, Rabbi Zwitman; Confirmation Blessing, Rabbi Kaplan; Remarks. Rabbi Kaplan; Remarks. Rabbi Zwitman; Adoration, Lawrence A. Levin; Closing Prayer. Henry A. Bronner; Kaddish. Rabbi Kaplan; and Benediction, Rabbi Zwitman. A reception tendered to the confirmands, by their parents, will follow the services, in Kaplan Hall. Members of the congregation and worshipers are invited to attend. Presentation oi confirmation certificates will b" made by J. Gerald Lewis, president of the Congregation, and the presentation of Bibles, the gift of Sisterhood, by Mrs. Morris Plant, chairman of the school board. Parents of the confirmands who will be the hosts and hostesses of confirmation reception are Mr. and For the Finest in STRICTLY KOSHER Meats & Poultry PHONE 2-4994 MALEK'S 1832 S. W. Eighth St. RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone havingarticles of Clothing, furniture, etc. that -..! %  %  nol being used or needed, please cooperate with the La. \ isili.il> of the Jewish Welfare Bureau ( and send tin se articles to the RUMMAGE STORE maintained t'y t hem. If You Cannot Bring These to the RUMMAGE STORE Located at 167 N. W. 5th St. Please Phone Mra. L. J. Hartz. 2-7135 Mra. Morris Oubler, 5-3517 Mrs Harry Kaufman, 5-4269 and they will be called for



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%  ^ PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. JUNE 7. 1910 > %  i. •pJetrist flaridiari PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Second Avenue [ J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor :i FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, West Palm Beach Representative SUBSCRIPTION One year .... Six Mcnths MOO $1.00 JUNE 7, 1940 VOLUME 13—No. 23 of being a member of an organization like the B'nai B'rith. Sholem Lodge has been doing defensive work better known now as "'fifth column" since its inception and I need not try to relate to any one these trying days, how important that in itself is, let alone the A. Z. A. work, Hillel, Student Union work at Miami University and other philanthropic work which B'nai B'rith covers all for the big sum of 2Vfcc a day. I shall never be convinced that there is any man of Jewish faith in greater Miami wfho can not afford to .spend that amount daily for the protection which this wonderful organization offers, and it is my humble opinion that it is among the finest insurance policies that anyone may hold. I hope that every one of the present members of Sholem Lodge will enlist as a member of this membership committee and by putting our shoulders to the wheel we shall have no trouble in bringing in a minimum of 760 new members into our fold. I am depending on you. This is an easy job if all of us will get in and pitch. 1 can not do it alone. I shall see all of you Monday night at our next meeting which will be held at the V. M. H. %  A. and with the hope that all of : you will be able to bring in at least two new members. Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (B7 FHIHKAI J. MIR ON) YOU SHOULD KNOW There does not seem to be much "calm before the storm" as far as the forthcoming Zionist Convention which is to be held in Pittsburgh this mon^h, is concerned. Charges and counter charges, plans, programs and policies are being issued from every side, fast and furiously, all calling for action. That there is food for thought in the present controversy is unquestionably true. That there must be a harmonious and unified orIke Levin, Mrs. Jennie Rotfort ganization regardless of which or whose policies are approved so that vice-president "' llu I ulu !i Aux Please note that the regular business meeting will be held Monday night, June L0 at 8 o'clock (instead of Tuesday night) at the Y. M. H. A. in Miami. The Ladies Auxiliary will also hold their meeting at the same time, same place and in the absence of Mrs. So thoroughly entrenched is the Nazi Fifth Column in some of the Latin American countries, we hear, that their diplomatic and commercial representatives include quite a number of people who are engaged in building up a similar Fifth Wheel here It's probably just wishful thinking, but the trans-Atlantic grapevine reports that even Hitler's army of occupation in Poland is growing disgusted with the barbaric measures that the soldiers are compelled by the authorities to take against the people of the conquered territory "No doubt." gags a ng. "Ilerr Goebbels is now forging ahead on documents to prove that the Low Countries were planning to invade Germany" One would think that the Naziwould have other things on their mind at the moment, but even a Blitzkreig didn't stop them from wiring Rachel I.. Field, author of "All This and Heaven Too," to tell her that her Biblical first name ould have to he changed for the (ierman edition of the book Miss Field's emphatic reply is the reason why there won't be a (ierman edition THINGS TO COME? We have absolutely and positively given up trying to prophesy what's going to happen next in this most curious of worlds, but we must tell you what Blanca Holmes, irrepressible astrologer, has to say What's more, you can test her accuracy, for by the time you lead this you'll know—as we don't at this time of writing—how true her prediction is that great Allied gains are due on or even before June 2nd Anyway, Miss Holmes insists that Italy won't enter the war until the last week of July, and that her entry will mean a great lisappointment for Hitler And that from July 22nd to August 10th will be a very bad period lor Hitler personally Foni this you can take whatever consolation it can bring to offset what's in the papers these days All of which reminds us to tell you that in France (as of the time of writing, we cautiously add) Georges Mandel. former Colonial Minister and now Minister of the interior, is regarded as the coming man QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS the greatest good may be accomplished cannot be denied. That there is something lacking at the present time in the national set-up of the Z. O. A. is evident. iliary, will be in charge of the meeting. Who is llyman A. Schulson, who from offices at 19 Chambers Street. New York, is bombarding Zionists with letters deploring the 'ineplness. inefficiency and satgnation" of the Z.O.A. and calling for I urge all you members to ata thorough overhauling of the organization at this year's convention? tend this meeting which will prob%  %  All we've been able to discover about Mr. Schulson is that he's a That our local group could be a great deal more active and could aljl >' bl tile U)Sl interesting and newcomer to New York, and that his name does not appear on the accomplish immeasurably more if cooperation by our Jewish citizenry important one of the year. j Z. O. A. membership list Watch for some heart-breaking revelawas forthcoming is factual evidence Probably a complete realization haV **** ***?*$ ^ "^7 """* "" ""I P "*^* f P U h re( W* be made at the cont ... .. ewaence ,roDaDI > a con, P ,cte *" l, ,,on w m be a report of the Anti-IelI enlion of the Federation of Polish Jews this weekend Forum let•<• amation Committee which will ture directors please take notice that Ellas Newman, art director of the cover the work of that committee Palestine Pavilion at the Fair, will go on a cross-continent lecture tour for the past year. This repon after the close of the Fair aeason ... His subject will be the renaissance should prove very informative and of art, architecture and the theatre in Palestine, and his lecture will be our only present practical solution to the ever increasing problem and even that a difficult one, would go far toward receiving and reviving that interest. Ical officers of the Greater Miami Zionist district have just received a wire from national headquarters, part of which reads: "I.atest war developments have placed Palestine in a position taxing every ounce of political and moral strength of American Zionists in helping the Yishuv preserve its position in face of greatest danger in history. Forthcoming Z. O. A. convention will therefore be called upon to give expression to united will of American Jewry to render maximum support Jewish homeland in the hour of gravest crisis. "To deal effectively with extraordinary problems arising out of war situation the forthcoming convention must be representative of the full number of delegates. This is possible only on basis of increased membership. Therefore this eleventh hour appeal to you to redouble enrollment efforts without delay." In a recent statement issued by eight recognized national Zionist leaders they see the possibilities of shaping the Zionist organization into a vigorous, progressive body that will command a position of authority in American Jewish life and gain the esteem, support and membership of the majority of American lews. We each look forward to seeing the same for our local Zionist District. B'NAI B'RITH T NOTES by Harold Turk By Leo Eisenstein Guest Columnist Upon returning from the convention at Roanoke I was very disappointed after checking with the men that were handed lists of prospective members to learn that they have not worked. However, a concerted effort is now going forth whereby approximately 1500 prospective men will be seen for the purpose of joining with us and the work of B'nai B'rith. A cross section of professional and business men will be out on the interesting. • The Americanization committee, of which Elry Stone is chairman, is planning a patriotic rally at the V. M. H. A. on June 23, 1940. Brother Leo Eisenstein is in charge of the arrangements for that program. Plans arc progressing for the program which will include a short skit by the members of the Lodge, portraying some outstanding incidents in the American Jewish history. There will be movies and souvenirs and there will be the presentation to the Lodge of an American Hag with appropriate ceremony. The principal speaker will be the Hon. Mark Wilcox, whose topic will be "A Rededication to the Ideals of America." ADLER CHAIRMAN OF IMPORTANT GROUP New York (WNS) — Colonel Julius Ochs Adler, D. S. C, has been ir pointed chairman of the Army and Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board by Frank L. Weil, president of the Board, it was announced here. He succeeds the late Dr. Cyrus Adler, who Chattanooga, Tenn., and is a gradyears. Colonel Adler was born in I hattanooga. enn.. and is a gra 1streets of greater Miami Friday morning to contact those of you U ate of Princeton Univen who are not members now. It is The Jewish Welfare 'Board, my desire that when these men which is the parent organization call upon you that you receive for more than 315 Y. M. H. A.s them with open arms and be ready and Jewish Community (enters > join up with us in this wonder' throughout the United States, adwork which need not be exministers, through its Armv and ful plained any further. The time is i re when every man of Jewish faith should realize the necessity Navy Committee to the religious social and recreational needs of Jewish service men. be illustrated with lantern slides of some of the exhibits that make the art and theatre displays of the Pavilion so fascinating LITERARY DEPARTMENT "The Community of the Future," tl • new book by Dr. F.manue! Laske, who held the world's chess cl impionship for decades, will be out by the time you read this ... I; has nothing to do with chess, but discusses some very pressing problems of mass education It's a shame that the Union of American Hebrew Congregations can't see its way clear to continue the publication of Young Israel, the children's magazine that Elsa Weihl has been editing so ablv for many years Miss Weihl-who. you will renumber, co-authored with Uwia Browne a biographical best-seller of some yean ago, "That Man Heine" will devote herself to her own literary work from now on The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation is readying the announcement that promises to be of vast importance to a large number of Jewish college students in this country Look out for it ... A new whodunit, to be published under a pseudonym, is to be entitled "The Death of Lord Haw-Haw" Lord Haw-Haw. as you doubtless know, is the Oxford-accented Nazi broadcaster who spends his evenings telling Britons about the glories of Hitler via radio SCREEN HIGHLIGHTS If you remember that manclous scene in the Paul F.hrlich film in Which Edward G. Robinson, as Dr. Ehrlich. at last gains the approval of lr. Herbert hoch. played by Albert lia-sermann. voull be looking forward to seeing the two of them play another scene together, in "The Man from Nee. Street," which stars Kobinson as the founder of the Renter News Agency Bassernun, you should remember, is the |" per rent Aryan actor who had been acclaimed as Germany's leading Stage star, but K-fi (he country because he couldn't stomach Nazism .. Director of the film "I Married a Nazi." is Irving Pichel. whom you -11 renumber as one of Hollywood's featured character plavers %  • .Irving, who i8 a m n ,,„ r (lf |he Cin) innati ,. k he fan ilv t|links hl Pictures ruthless portrayal of Nazism Will .hock American audience-. but he doesn't mi,,,, T |„ N „, ,„.„, |jf ,, u fj m fc p^ lm ^ ntt Of al people-but they're having trouble finding an actor willing to play the part of Hitler. ABOUT PEOPLE Rabbi Ely Pilchik, former diiector of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Ex%  •ns.on at the University of Maryland, has become assistant to Rabbi Edward1 L brae of Baltimore, whose health is not nearly as good as t snouid be Our information is that Judge Anna Moskowitz Kress Will be appointed to a New V„ rk r ty Maglstra y on ^ expiration of her present term on the bench. f =



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PAGE SIX JKWIM FLOMPIAM FRIDAY, JUNE 7. 191 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIKO, Rabbi— 498 Southwest 18th Office Phone 2-1473 Road Home Phone 2-I17 •PERMANENT CALENDAR Daily services at 7 a. m. and Friday evening, 5:30 o'clock. Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30 a, n. L*te Friday evening services. Friday evening 8:15. Junior services, Saturday 10:30 a. m. Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p. m. Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a. m. Bar-Mitvah Group, Sunday 9:00 a. m. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. I and the Beth David choir, accom1 panied at the piano by Mrs. K. Schaffer, were in charge of the musical program. A social hour followed Immediately after the exercises for the many members and friends, and a reception was tendered to the Confirmants by their mothers. Talmud Torah The summer semester of the Beth David Talmud Torah will begin their morning sessions Monday, June 10 Classes will be held daily from 'J to 12 a. m. We urge Bar Mitzvah Celebration During the services this coming Saturday. Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen ,wi!l be "BarMitzvah." The Rabbi will speak briefly. The first day of Shevuos, Wednesday morning at 9:30, Albert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskanazi will become Bar-Mitzvah. Albert is the Junior Cantor of the Junior Congregation and he extends a welcome to all boys and girls to be present at his "Simcha." A reception will follow in the auditorium. The second day of Shevuos, Tuesday at 9:30 a most unique BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Ave*ue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rbl <2t Michigan AvnM MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 145 Euclid Avenu* 'Phona fc.MlI Daily Services Shachriss: 8:00 a. m. daily. 8:30 a. m. Saturdays and holiare convenient; the children have no other mental preoecui the subjects taught are h celebration will take place. David. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jacobs, will become •Bar-Mitzvah" reciting the entile portion of law for the day. while his twin sister, Irene, will deliver an impressive charge of loyalty and devotion. A reception will followin the auditorium. days. Mincha: j ant and of interest. Pari 0:45 daily. Shalosh children not yet attending asked to give in Jewish edu this summer. Registration .Monday from 4 to p. m.. ai school are their start Harold Shapiro and Mrs. Louis Margulies reporting for Beth David Congregation. Beth David Calendar Daily Services: 7:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Sabbath Services: 8:30 a. m. Hebrew School: Daily 9 to 12 a. m. Closing Exercises During the closing exercises this past Sunday morning, prizes were awarded to the honor students of all 14 classes of our Sunday School by the president of the Sisterhood. Mrs. Bee Siegel. In addition, Mr. Leo Ackerman, president of the Congregation, presented the honor students of the Talmud Torah with their gifts. Mr. Syd Palmer, who for the past several years has been in charge of the athletics during our children's annual picnic, distributed the prizes to the winners of the various events. Confirmation Exercises Confirmation exercises were held at the Beth David Synagogue last Sunday evening with 12 confirmants receiving their confirmation certificates. During the program a Sefer Torah was presented to the Synagogue by Mr. Louis Hartz. This scroll of law was saved from Nazi destruction in Berlin, Germany, and sent to Mr. Hartz by his brother. Mr. Louis Heiman, superintendent of the Sunday School, presented graduation diplomas to four students of the Teachers Training class. Clair Brown, Herbert Fischer, Thelma Horowitz, and Henry Mendell. Cantor Louis Hayman, S'midoss: 7:0(1 p. m. Saturday. Maariv; 7:20 daily. 7:40 p. m. Saturdays. Shvuoss The holiday of Shvuoss. the pefollowing week from 12 ; riod of the (living of Our Taroh, m. daily. will be ushered in Tuesday eveGraduation ning and will last till Thursday 1 One of the most beautiful | sunset. Services Will be held each nation exercises held on the B evening at 6:45 o'clock and each was presented last Tuesdaj morning at 8:30 a. m. '" the graduation of our S Yizkor, memorial services, will Sessions children. Flowers be held Thursday morning at 10 the altar were presented l. o'clock. Services will be chanted land Mrs M. B. Frank in I On Saturday. June 16, Arthur. by Cantor Maurice Manuhi's. of their twenty-fifth wedding the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack "Still the Torah" will he the niversary. Refreshments August, will be Bar-Mitzvah. We j 8e rmon Wednesday morning, and served by the mothers oi take occasion to extend congratujorah Life" will be the subject graduates, lations to the respective parents, | of tm Bermon Thursday morning I A. L. Mechlowitz. school su and may they reap great "Nachos" by Rabbi Meacheloff. intendent, served as chairman, from their children. Parents are urged U> bring their Guest speakers included Mr. Shevuos Festival children with them to all services. Roth, state commander of tl Shevuos, or "The Giving of the. Religious School W, V.; Mr. Abe Aronovitz. Torah," will be ushered in this Final third examinations will be J assistant attorney; Mr. S. S ers, principal of the South B Elementary School; Mr, M. [{. parents to become more vitally interested in the welfare of their year Tuesday evening, June 11th. h( |( | in a jj classes t hi s com children and see that they register Services will be held in the SynMonday. Promotions will be anfor religious classes this Monday 1 agogue Wednesday and Thursday, noum e <| the following week, morning. Remember, the study June 12th and 13th. from S:30 to 0 ur summer semester will bell :30 a. m. Cantor Louis Haygjn Mondav mom ing. June 17th. man will chant the liturgic meloclasst s wiU be he i d from 9 t0 12 dies, and Rabbi Max Shapiro will each morninK A special ^j,,. Koolmotor GASOLENE and OILS Acme Tires Cities Service Produota ORANGE STATE OIL CO. of Torah has precedence over everything. Annual Congregational Meeting We cannot stress sufficiently the importance of every member of the Beth David Congregation to attend the meeting Sunday evening. June 9th at 8 o'clock at the Beth David Auditorium. Certainly it is the duty of every member to vote at the election of board of directors. Any member who does not participate in an election is definitely guilty of indifference. Come with your wife and enjoy a social hour as well. Grand refreshments will be served. We therefore expect every member to be present at this occasion. We emphasize the fact that anyone who dares to give the petty excuse for absence at our election that he does not desire to bec-mi • engaged in partisanship because of personality, shows definite signs of childishness and immaturity. Where an institution is involved, "especially religious" it is the duty, the command, to exercise his voting power. We expect to see you Sunday evening, June 9th at 8 o'clock at the Beth David auditorium for our Congregational Meeting. Remember the following dates: On Thursday evening, June 13th the new board of directors will hold its election of officers and budget planning for the year as well. On Sunday night, June 16, in the auditorium, a Congregational meeting will take place ratifying the budget and the election of Rabbi for the ensuing year. Refuah Shlaema We pray to the Almighty that He grant an immediate Refuah to our confirmation teacher and member, Mrs. Harry Oliphant, who was in an automobile accident, and is now confined in Jackson Memorial Hospital. discuss the subject, "Is This Our ner s c ., ass JR being arranged for Inevitable Fate?" Yiscor. or Me; the summt r A special summer mor.al serv.ces Will take place ;currit u ] um has been a rran*ed by Thursday morn.ng at 10 o'clock. ;the Ra|)bi in coopi rJltion with thc Your beloved ones were true men teaching staff and women of Israel. Observe, Wc urge parentg of ehiUnn the.r memories by attending 'Visno have attended during the year cor services to continue to send their children Beth Dav.d Shofar during the summer. The hours We are proud to announce that I throughout this past semester we \' — — issued the "Beth David Shofar," This paper is the weekly organ of our Sunday School and was published every Sunday under the capable direction of Harold Shapiro, who started this periodical two years ago. Annual Sisterhood Picnic Beth David Sisterhood will hold its annual picnic all day Sunday. June 2.'i. under the chairmanship of Mrs. J. Engler Frank. Mrs. B. H. London ai 1 Mr. N. Ginsburg. Presentations were made !> Sisterhood to the graduate the synagogue to the faculty, and by the students to the B Rabbi and Cantor. Sisterhood Party Our Sisterhood will hold a garden party at the Victor Hotel this coming Monday at 1:30 p. m. A lovely afternoon is assured to .d! by thc president, Mrs. B. H. \, ••don, and her capable staff. RABBINICAL CONFERENCE TO STUDY MIGRATIONS Hamilton, O. (WNS)—The unsettled world scene with its accompanying mass migrations and j their effect on spiritual values, will be the chief problem engaging the attention of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, when it assembles for its ">lst annual meeting in Charlevoix. Michigan, June 18 to 23. More than half the conference's membership of more than 400 liberal rabbis will come from every section of the United States ami from foreign countries to attend the meeting. Resolutions on current problems will be COnsid NOTED POLISH-ZIONIST EDITOR IN PALESTINE Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor A y)—Maurice Resides, former editor and owner of the Zionist Organ "Chwila" of Lwow (Lemberg) now Soviet Poland, has arrived to settle in Palestine. / enn SPRING Announcing the Opening of Two Summer Camps by Rabbi S. Wrubel, Director—for 1940 Season Camp 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, WriteRABBI S. WRUBEL BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA Thanks to modern electric cleaning appliances, operated by cheap electricity, the old tradition of "Spring Cleaning'' is out of date. With these electric helpers on the job all year 'round—dust and dirt don't have a chance to accumulate in corners, grime can't hibernate in rugs and upholstery. The electric %  ^ vacuum cleaner ferrets out Old Man Dirt before he has a chance to get a foothold—the modern home is healthfully fresh and clean every day in the year, with no "Spring Cleaning" drudgery. Rugs and draperies last longer. SEE LABOR-SAVING APPLIANCES AT YOUR ELECTRIC DEALER'S Take advantage of cheap electricity brought to you by your Sunshine Service organization. At low "step-down' rates. for example, you can clean four rooms for about a penny with an electric vacuum cleaner! fimiwiiy is [MAP: •*



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PAGB EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 7. 1I0 OHAYNOC 'OUR LIGHT" Congregation Ohev Shalom Orlando, Florida Morris A. Skop, Rabbi Services Friday at 8:15 p. m. This will mark the closing service of the late Friday evening. Regular Sabbath services will be held throughout the summer at sundown with Rev. Abr. Leshinsky officiating. This Friday will be College Night with students of the various colleges officiating. Invitations have been extended to Marjorie Frankel of Rollins, Shirley Braverman of College for Women, Hindalyn Kottelman of U. of Georgia. Ansel Wittenstein, George Wolly, Orwin Lieberman. and Morris Haimowitz of U. of Florida, Tybel Wittenstein of College for Women. Rabbi Skop will speak on the theme, "The Ideal of Learning." Hearty Mazel Tov to the honor graduate Ely Haimowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haimowitz. upon his graduation from Rollins College. Ely was admitted to the National Music Honor Fraternity and received a scholarship to study with the famous pianist Joseph Lehevine in Denver this summer. Confirmation services this Sunday at 7:30 p. m. The Sternberg Trio will play. Guest Rabbis include Rabbi Bogner of Daytona Beach and Rabbi Manuel Greenstein of West Palm Beach. Services were conducted this week by Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Rev. Ab. Leshinsky upon the passing cf Jacob W. Warner of Crescent City who passed away suddenly Sunday. Members of the family and business associates The British enlist and train young Jews for the second battalion to Maginot Line. be Miit from Palestine to the Hospital Drive Adds Forty New Members (Continued from Page 1) owitz, 369 S. W. 28th Road, or give to any active B'nai B'rith member, Acknowledgment will be made through the columns of The Jewish Floridian. Contributions received this week CEMENTINE PRODUCTS 3220 N. W. 27th Avenue Manufacturer! Cementine Wall Coating Cementine Clear Water Proofing Cementine Colored Cement Cementine Old Cement Floor Finish PHONE 3-4234 HERMAN WAITSMAN Newly Elected Vice-President Y. M. H. A. Ben Ehrlich of Crescent City, the Spilky family of Mt. Dora and J. Erhlich of Leesburg attended Summer Hebrew school will be held daily 10 to 12 noon. Shevuos services will be held Wednesday and Thursday, .Inr" 12 and 13. The Orlando Jewish Community has been helping considerably in the Red Cross drive. Rabbi Skop spoke over WDBO. are: l 'i ,-\ olusly Reported i.ui'.v Chevrolet Cc Mi. and -Mi.-. Simon Woilt, Mathilda, Stanley and ; IO.OO in. ii 13.H0 afOI iiItuth All" l t 1.00 1 I"! Kill..il Knialiiii Mis. E Alperl I Gordon 1 "II 1.00 1.00 Max F< 1 IH< Rose f LOO Sidney 1 an 1."" 1.00 Juan \ Harrj LOU 1."" Kloi enc LOO Barban I..-" lerald 1." 1 Murray if. ..i Gordon LOO l.i." Dorothj Mendel Mis. M MIS. I' Ireene l*-\ ine •ndel Le\ Ine 1 an LOO lam 1 "" Sul Lutsks Family .1. Miller LOO I.e." I mi I., nit. in Mis. 1. Hairy K. lieldner K. Ileldner Simonhoff LOU 1 1.0 Eh 1. •\ In i HI Seila l i mi ROM awn LOO Sol Le LOO al In .till,..". To .$037.00 35 CARLOADS OF FOOD IN WARSAW INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS INSOfttt SAYINGS •OtTCACt LOAMS DHDE FEDERAL snvincs one LORH nssocmTion OF mipmi 46 K. E. Firrt avenue at the corner of Firit itreet New York (WNS)—Thirty-five carloads of food Has arrived in Warsaw for distribution by the Commission for Polish Relief, it was announced here at the offices of the Paderewski Fund for Polish Relief. The announcemi nt stated that Joiin Harligan, official of the Polish Commission, had i left Berlin for the Government j General of Poland to supervise ; distribution of the supplies, LOW 0 O IT LONG TERMS Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. LIPTON, President You Have Tried the Rest Now Try the Best MEALS IN TOWN H O W E L L S RESTAURANT 1013 N. E. 1st Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA "Prices that Arc Right" SOILS PHONE 76464 L. C. MORRIS PAVING, TRUCKING, GRADING ROCK. SAND FILL and SOILS Specializing in PULVERIZED SOILS 3738 N. W. 18th AVENUE MIAMI FLOIDA MOSSINSOHN SCORES EDUCATION PLANS Jerusalem (WNS-Pakor Agency)—The kind t" unified educational control which the Palestine government is attempting to impose on the Jewish school system in Palestine is to be found only in countries like Russia and Germany! Dr. Ben Zion Hossinsohn, director of the department of education of the V'aad Loumi, charged in condemning a plan which the government wants to force on the Hebrew educational syst. in of the country. BARTOW NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Phillip \\. of Bartow, Floridaenter! with open house Sunday aft at their lovely new home DI p. liter Avenue. About 400 called during the reoep from four to six o'clock, i casion was also the 20th u anniversary of Mr. and M ovitz and they were the of many lovely gifts. Th f were received by Mr. and Berkovitz, and Mrs. Si I idow of Lakeland. lr ; the guest book was Shii son of \\ inter Haven. • Mrs. Berkovitz. Mrs i obson of Winter Haven ai Joe Goldman of Lake \v a Bided at the punch bowl William Berkovitz of I Mrs. Ben Sigal of Orlai Nathan Rodnesky of Ft. land Mrs. A. Bork of Jai I assisted in the hospitalitii I Spessard L Holland, wife governor-designate, was a • | ored guest at the affair Johnnie Feller Phr : "53JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP Auto Paint.ng Wrecks Rebuilt Upholstery Wood*:-* Auto Tops Our Specialty 74 S. E. 20TH STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA PROFESSOR ENRICO K. FRANCO Professor Enrico E. Franco, formerly of the University : P.-i. Italy, who lias heen appointed to the medical faculty of the H University in Palestine where he will head the department of Pa ological Anatomy. Nervine the next time you pass drug store. 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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE < SHVUOTH In tluse days when war fills half the world and war news the other half, the Jewish festival of Shvuoth, or the Feast of Weeks, which begins with services on the evening of June 11 will be especially significant. It commemorates the Confirmation of the Jewish people In their faith under the leadership of Moses. Originally a festival celebrating the end of the grain harvest in Palestine. Since the "destruction of the Temple in the year 70 of the Common Kra, Shvu-r.h became primarily a feasl of commemoration of the Giving of the I*aw. Exodus describes the giving of the tablets of the Law to Moses on Mount Sinai as occurring early in the month of Sivan. The two ideas have coalesced in the celebration of the Feast of Weeks. Shvuoth is called the "Feast of Weeks" because it falls seven weeks, a week of weeks, after Passover which marked the beginning of the Harvest season. T BEACH NEWS Mrs. II. A. Freeman has returned from the Freeman summer home in Worcester, Mass. She was accompanied south by her daughter, Mrs. Esther Woloshin of Ft. I': I t .i. Gruner is now making his me at the Olga Hotel. Mr. Gruner has been a local resident for a number of years and spent the winter in Rochester. N. Y. at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ethel Pollock. Raymond Shensky of the Glades was a local visitor Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Edith Wax has been graduated with the Palm Beach High ZtnhaA/iciA'tiHCf The Lublin Reservation where Hitler wants to concentrate Central European Jewry. The Ghetto in the city of Lublin. School ("lass of 1940. She is the daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Ben Wax. Jack Barash returned to Palm Beach from a business trip to Key West. Mrs. .1. Leo Rader, well known Belle Glade resident, visited in West Palm Beach during the week. Mrs. Louis Goldstein ami daughter Miss Adaline Goldstein motored to Miami this week. Miss Goldstein has again been appointed to the faculty of the NorthborO school Welfare work and the Red Cross will receive *1"> and $10 respectively from the Beth Israel Sisterhood, it was decided at a picnic luncheon and business meeting of the organisation Tuesday at the Schwartzberg Hall. Mrs. Jack Fein, president, appointed committee chairmen as follows: Sunday school, Mrs. Harry Halpcrn; ways and means. Mrs. (). P. Gruner; love and faith, Mrs. Esther Halpern and Mrs. Harry Halpern; Temple exterior. Mrs. Barney Blicher and Mrs. William Halm; Schwartzberg Hall. Mrs. Illse Goldstein; Temple linen, Mrs. Joe Bonowitz; membership, Mrs. I. Godl and Mrs. Jack Barash; dramatic club, Mrs. Harry Halpern and Mrs. David Goldsmith uniongrams, Mrs. Max Greenbergj happy day fund, Mrs. Sam Goldman and publicity, Mrs. (yinon Argintar. When Acid Indigestion, Gas on Stomach or Heartburn make you feel uncomfortable or embarrass you, try Alka-Seltzer, which contains alkalizing buffers and so helps counteract the associated Excess Stomach Acidity. But the relief of these minor Etomach upsets is only a small rt of what you can expect Klka-Seltzer to do for you. You will find it effective for Pain Relief in Headache, Neuralgia, Colds and Muscular Aches and Pains. It contains an analgesic, (sodium acctyl salicylate), made more prompt and effective in its painrelieving action by alkaline buffer salts. When hard work or strenuous exercise make you feel tired and dragged out, enjoy the refreshing effect of a glass of sparkling, iangy Alka-Seltzer. At Drug Stores In packages and at drug store soda fountains by the Iass ^^^ Alka-Seltzer Annual Sunday school picnic of Congregation Beth Israel is scheduled for Sunday morning at io oclock at the Log Cabin. Jupiter. A MESSAGE FROM PHAROAH TO HITLER By HARRY KOVSF.R Komerad Hitler! Listen to the advice of one old and wise, I'm concerned because you are me in disguise. You are not Aryan, nor German, you are my kin By your action and spirit we are brothers under the skin. As the first anti-semite I*m privileged to state Thai Germany will share Egypt's fate. Your own doom is sealed You will drown in the rivers of blood you spilled You will float for a while on the bodies you killed Until your ravenous thirst for blood is stilled. 1 was tin' original author of a plan To put on reproduction a ban I. too, wished the Jews to exterminate My heart was filled with envy and hate. I too, have tortured them to death And robbed them of their very breath But you know what happened to me and my land Once (In! took matters in his own hand, Egypt crumbled to oblivion and dust I'm a mere pulp—my soul forever lost, My spirit cannot find a resting place Even in Hell I'm considered a disgrace. While in spite of centuries of violence and brutality The Jew still marches on full of life and vitality. Your name and mine are mentioned with dread Society wishes you were with me—dead. History will rate you with Al Capone And other gangsters who live by their gun. You have attained a would-be success Through fire, murder and duress. While your country was in a mess And because leaders of other nations were brainless While lying embalmed in my bejeweled vault I watched centuries pass by—all with the same result All empires whose rulers were brutal and rotten Were eventually destroyed and forgotten You cannot forever rule by assault In due time the world will rise in revolt. But look at Moses wTio was a mere lad At the time I wore a crown on my head. Like all great spirits he will live for all time Sanctified and adored, held in a realm of sublime Kamerad! Read the Haggdah on Passover Holiday Reflect its moral and change your evil way. Those interested i" afternoon bridge parties during the summer months will be able to play each Tuesday afternoon at li o'clock at Schwartzberg Hall. These affairs are sponsored by the Beth Israel Sisterhood. Recent summer vacation arrivals from college include Kugonit Argintar. daughter of Mr. am Mrs. Cy Argintar Ma.Kline Halpern, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Halpern; Dorothy Dubbin. Mr. and Mis. Martin Dubbin; and Selma SchlossMrs. Johanna Schloss. These four young women were special guests at a luncheon and business meeting of Beth Israel Sisterhood Tuesday. SOCIETY RECEPTIONHELD Many were present at the elaborate reception honoring the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. M. li. Frank Sunday evening, June 2 at the home of Mrs. Rebecca Shaff. • TO BE IN REVUE Miss Leila Harriette, daughter of Mrs. Berniee Greenberg of 112 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, will be presented in a revue of the Lorice Dancing Academy, of which she is a student. Friday evening at the Mayfair Theatre. Leila will do several solo song and dance numbers and will also be in the group acts. • • SISTERHOOD MEETS The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Centre at their regular meeting donated twenty-five dollars to the Red Cross fund. The next meeting will be held June 18th. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Emanary Proprietors Super Full Circle Retreading and Vulcanizing Used Tires-Bargains Road Service 400-15 Fiat Tires The Onlv Place in Town Who Makes Them 1301 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-0673 GOING OUR WAY? COOL, AIRCONDITIONED RECLININGSEAT COACHES HAWAIIAN'S GET FIRST SYNAGOGUE THRU B*NAI B'RITH The first BjmagOgue in Hawaii, serving the 100 Jewish families in Honolulu, opened as the climax of ten years of effort by the Honolulu Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Organized in 1980, the Honolulu Lodge and its Women's Auxiliary have become the driving force of the Jewish community in America's island outpost in the Pafific. -TO N. Y. WORLD'S FAIR$ m -fa J f" Round Trip /I I IJ3 In Coachei TV !" Miami-Nw York On* Wy from'Mliml-ln Coich.i NEW YORK .... *22.40 RICHMOND 1 6.00 WASHINGTON 1 7.SO BALTIMORE 1 8 70 PHILADELPHIA 2 0.60 BOSTON (lililKilililtti 27.90 PITTSBURGH 2 3.95 BUFFALO 2 6.60 TAMPA 3.90 JACKSONVILLE S.SO ATLANTA 1 0.40 CHICAGO 2 3.30 NEW ORLEANS 1 4-75 CINCINNATI 1 7.75 Similar low for. to all point*. 1046 REDUCTION in roundtrip coach fare* on Ihe Seaboard System ALSO NEW LOW COACH FARES Io all points north of Washington ALL-EXPENSE TOURS TO N. Y. WORLD'S FAIR Economical. Complete. Ask any Travel Agent about tours via Seaboard. Consult Ticket Agent or T. \P. Luckett, A.G.P. A.. 178 E. Flagler Street, Miami. Telephone; 3-8192 GO MODERN! GO SEABOARD!