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The Jewish Floridian ( June 14, 1940 )

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X wjewisn Floridian 1% VOLUME 13—No. 24 POLISH Mil LACKS SUPPLIES Qmm Ylh hostUitte.. The last few ""have seen a frantic ex*ihl e u 8S many ""'"ana as posBesse. have c,08ed their busi th S 5 p. m.. with luncheon and l r< shments served to the rat ipers. Tl e full facilities of t!.e Y are being used to make the camp exitremely enjoyable. Arts and crafts, swimming, baseball, story telling, etc., are among the many comses offered. "It is gratifying tc the V. M. H. A. to see the spleiuli i reception the announcement of our second annual Home Camp received,*' Mr. Grossman said. "We are going to do everything in our power to make the camp even more successful than last year. With the whole-hearted community support we are receiving in this and other undertakings. .• are b Hind to succeed." by HAROLD TURK Editor B'nai B'rith Column This is being written after coming up f rom the street a short while ago and after observing the headlines which tell a story, the like of which was never written before. At the rate the totalitarian countries are going they will very shortly succeed in bringing about a condition which was prevalent before the Almighty decided to create the world chaos nothingness, Despairing will not help In the face of this we must remain level headed BO that we may retain our faculties and our ability to reason. We must not become jittery, and we must not permit ourselves to become impervious to the needs and suffering of the victims of the conflict over there We are in a position to help relieve the suffering of the innocent victims who are without homes, shelter, food, clothing and mod? ical aid. Sholem Lodge rises to their aid. We will endeavor to do our part to help and we therefore are pledging ourselves to sup Jerusalem fWNS) Palestine's GWANTIO TICKET DRIVE S^ ST'.tt&.t 1>1 Aviv, Haifa and other important points, was speeded up A community wide "Humanity Ball" under the sponsorship of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith with Abe Aronovitz. general chairman. for the American Red Cross Refugee Fund, will take place Monday. July 1st at 8 p. m. at the Civic (enter. Assisting Mr. Aronovitz are Messrs Sol Goldstroni. Mathew S. BandlerDave Emmer, R. R. Adler, Sam Blank. Leo Bisenstein. Maurice Grossman, A. Loins Mechlowitz, Sam Miller. K. Albert F'allot. Fred K. Shochet, and Burnett Roth, as secretary to the committee. Tickets are one dollar per person and may be obwith Italys offieial declaration of war against France and Great Britain. Although Italy's entrance into the war on the side of the Nazis had been expected for months, Premier Mussolini's announcement hurling another 1800.000 men into the bitter struggle, came as a bitter blow here. Plans for the evacuation of civilians from important centers Were accelerated. Concern was voiced lure over the fate of the 40.000 Jews in Italy and of the close to 5.000 Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany who ,, %  .^.v.^w.ii#,ii .>,,zi uermanv w to tamed run, committee members nad taken tem ary refuge at the door. All members are Italy prior to sailing to Palestine urged to cooperate in selling tickand other eountries. The refu:;;:,the e,,lire proceeds wilM,e gees, many of them in Trieste, given to the Red Cross Further |are now trapped in the path, of details will be published in next marching armies. week s issue, The Nati. nt Hoi, Italy's entry into the war closes the Mediterranean and places Palestine in danger of an aerial attack. Some circles here recalled a recent report that Mussolini plans to demand Palestine, claiming to be the 'rightful protector of Islam." following the 1 %  '. defeat of England and Frai. Starvation Near As Food Taken .1 Children's Convaidicated to .he car, of child iffering fron Rheumatic Fever, iil sponsor i enla port and work with the Ameri, -„ ,. can Red Cross. Brother aU T t? F '. hen y Aronovita will be in charge of S^T.a i" • V" u' ?.'* •*" 1 "" (WNS) The a monster city wide dance to be '""' %  ""' Admi Jewish community of V held in the Civic Center on Mon* barged is f, day, July Is,. ,;,,.. Tick,,l0 "'T' A ~ : : : : '' .he affair will be sold at a delI'"'"' f^ '"'>' for the be purchased from membei the door HOSPITAL DRIVE A complete and final list of the B'nai B'rith memberships secured for the South Florida Crippled Children's Hospital will be published in next week's issue. The drive will be brought to a close at that time. lar each and we expect to raisi several thousand dollarwhich will be turned over to the Red Cross. To insure the success of the affair a number of our members pledged them-e've; to sell one hundred tickets, others t<> sell fifty and lesser amounts, the unanimous support of every member present was procured. We have undertaken a gigantic task and look not onlj to those members who pledged their support at the meeting but to each and every other member of B'nai B'rith. ... It is your duty as an American and you are called Upon to fulfill that duty. Call Brother Aronovitz, 3-7768, and offer your services to the Committee in charge of the dance. In charge of art Mr. J. J. Li| ernl haii-man, assisted by Stanley Hod. s, Mr. Josi ph \. Berman, Mrs. Jan .1 Mr. Ilill Slote, and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman. All members and friends are urged to attend as pro,. ,] will be used for the furnishing of the n,-w home, now nearing completion, located at 42nd avenue and West Flagler street. Board Elects New Members Stanley C. Myers. Sam Blank, i Joseph Lipton, William Shayne j and George Goldberg were elected to the board of directors of the Young Men's Hebrew Association at the first meeting of the new administration last Thursdayevening, held at the home of Mr. Maurice Grossman, executive director. WATC II C () M P L E T E AUTHENTIC A Community Service i. %  tly arrived heie. Tl in Vienna had even in the case of sick p< i sens. 1 e refugee painted a sickening picture of poverty and hunger. For the most part, he Jewish men and women wear WOOdl tl shoes since all leather has been confiscated by the army. Jews are ea ily recog izable, he said, because of their wooden shoes, ragged clothes and skeletonI like figures F ()]{ i Tne l"' 1 "' "'' tobacco throughout Austria has become prohibitive. Newspapers have become a luxury and the great majority of the Jews have no idea of what is going on sine they cannot afford to buy newspapers and do not own radios. One need only walk through the streets of Vienna, the refugee said to see the behindthe-line effects of the war. One report here stated that the Gestapo had started to seize all food packages sent to Jews in Austria from other countries. According to another report, a ] similar situation exists in Nazicontrolled Czechoslovakia with the Nazi army confiscating food and medical supplies. Previously, the Czechs had given Jews some food but present war demands make it impossible for most Czechs to get sufficient food even for themselves



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH rLOBIDIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 14. SOCIAL ACWniES SOJOURNS IN NORTH Mrs. Louis Epstein and daughter Rhea, left .Sunday morning fox a sojourn in the north during which they will visit in New York. Cleveland and Detroit. \ [SITS HERE G. Jacobs of New York arrived in Miami to attend the bar mitzvah of her grandson, David, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jacobs, which took place Thursday u Beth David Synagogue. BAR MIZVAH HELD A large audience was present at the Bar Mitzvah of Albeit Eskena:'.i son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor : .i/.i. Wednesday Shei 12th al the Be th David SynAlbert, cantor of the Junior Congn r two and one half \ i an original I Rabbi Max Shapiro \ reception followed the • I E.W ES FOR NORTH Mr. Marvin Teller left Sunday for New York where his marriage to Miss Selma Brown will take June 22nd. Following the ceremony the couple will return to Miami Beach to reside. Mr. Teller is manager of the Drake Hotel. A reception upon their arrival .Tune 24th will be tendered to them at the hotel with Mr. Sid Shayne as host. • BEACH MIZRACHI TO MEET The men's and women's divisions of the Miami Beach Mizrachi will hold a joint meeting Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at the Beth Jacob synagogue of Miami Be-ach. A report on the Mizrachi community Lag B'Omer picnic will be given and other important business will be transacted. The public is invited. • • ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED The engagement of Miss Rose Nathan, daughter of Mr. L. M. Nathan of Savannah, to Clarence Allen is being announced by her father. Miss Nathan has been residing in Miami with her sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. George Stone. The wedding will take place during the summer. BAR MITZVAH TO BE HELD The bar mitzvah of Arthur J. August, son of Mr. and Mrs. .lack August, will take place Saturday, June loth at 111 o'clock at the Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro will address the boy and Arthur will recite a portion of the law. A reception will follow the services in th,Talmud Torah. All friends are cordially invited. to at;end. Mr. August is a past president of Beth David Synagogue, TO HOLD CONVENTION The Southern Younk Judaea region will hold their 2ist annual convention lane L':> through June 26th in .Nashville. Tenn. The program will include six business !is. two dances, a banquet, an evening sponson d by the Business and Professional Women's and Senior Hadassah, and :.n afteri n and night at the Y. M.-Y. W. H. A. Camp. The Y. M.Y. W. II. A. building has been chosen ;,s the convention headis witli Miss Rai he! F, Solid, convention chairman, in charge of arrangements, I. • ration blanks have been mailed and those desiring to at tend are requested to mail blanks immediately. Th.Nashville Young Judai ana extend a cordial invitation to all Judaean members to attend. RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor NBI LEAVES MIAMI Mr. Abraham Bramson will Miami Sunday for siay a two in Worcester, Mass. eave months BENEFIT (AIM) PARTY HELD Mr. and Mi's. Jules Wilson wi iv hosts a: a lawn party at their home. 1948 S. W. I6t* street, Thursday, June 13th at 8 p. m. for the benefit of the Harry Anna Miller Crippled Children's Hos! ital of Umatilla, Florida. Bingo, mah Jong and other games were played, and refreshments served. SPONSOR PICNIC The Workmen's Circle Branch 692 will sponsor an all day picnic Sunday, June 23rd at Bardie's Casino, First street and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Plans have been made for a boat ride July 4th. Detai B of both affairs will l„. published in the next issue. INJURED IN FALL Mrs. [.. .1. Hart* i^ rei uperating ;.i her home. s:il S. W. from injuries received and would appreciate \ isiting her. loth Ave.. a fall, friends in her THE GATEWAY TO HEALTH DR FREDERICK BUTLER Dietetic Chemistry Naturopathic Physician CHIROPRACTOR 163 41st St., Miami Beach PHONE 5-7808 LEAVE FOR VACATION Mr. Bernie Greenstein, accompanied by his mother. Mrs. J. Greenstein, left Wednesday for Chattanooga, Tenn.. where they will join his brother Sam, and then go to Nashville where they will visit for a month. • RETURN TO MIAMI Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen returned from an extended honeymoon trip to New York, to Miami Beach where Mr. Rosen is engaged in business. Mrs. Rosen is the former Miss Lillian Willens. • • • BOAT RIDE TO BE HELD The Ladies Auxiliary of the Freda Markowitz Post of the Jewish War Veterans will sponsor a Moonlight Sail for the benefit of the South Florida Crippled Children's Home. Monday, June 17th, aboard the Yacht Seven Seas leaving Pier S at 9 p. m. Mrs. Ann Brooks, chairman, is being assisted by Mesdames Florence Markowitz and Beatrice Shapiro. All members and friends are urged to attend. NUPTIALS SOLEMNIZED The marriage of Miss Sara Lehrman, daughter of Mr. an! Mrs. Max Lehrman. to .Marvin I-. Trattni r of Oakland. Calif., • Mr. and Mis. Ben Trattni r of Toledo, Ohio, to..]; place Sunday evening at the home of the brid 'parents. Rabbi Max Shapiro Beth David Congregation ated. A i ecept on followed the ceremony. The couple left for a honeymoon trip to include Ti Los Angel B and Oakland, where they will reside, Mrs. Trattner was graduated from Miami High School. Mr. Trattner att< University of Toledo, OPEN MEETING TO BE HELD The Sisti rhood of the h Jewish Community Miami Center nl E iclid Avenue and Fourteenth Place will hold an open mi !at 9 p. m. Mr. \ \ • emini nt attorney, will sneak .in "The .1 -ws in This I> mo rai y." will i :. All i ion bers and I i atI i d. MANY ATTEND RECEPTION More than five hundi. were present at the twain wedding anniversary ,-, | of Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Mil Sunday evening, at their !. Pine Tree Drive. Ri ;:. were served and dancii g music of an orchestra joyed. Also honored durii caning was their son .1 graduated from the Univers Miami Law School last For the Finest iu STRICTLY KOSHEA Meats & Poultry PHONE 2-4994 MALEK'S 1832 S. W. Eighth St. VISITING HERE Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barson of Fort Wayne, Indiana, accompanied by their son Barry and daughter Sandra, are visiting in Miami with Mrs. Barson's father and mother. Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosengarten. They will be joined by Mrs. Rosengarten on their return trip, • • BABY BORN Mr. and Mrs. Allan Roth announce the birth of a baby son Monday at Jackson Memorial Hospital. The bris will take place Monday at the hospital. All friends are invited. KOSHER ZIONj SAUSAGE CO. INC. | 87th St aad Normal AT*. %  CHICAGO, ILL. DnMoaa Cannd M PWklW. CMkad and Swekael MNII DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DRUCATBgSIN ken la Ftortta Hrw OttataaM* Brary. SLENDERIZE vk •emmnf •sweats vn sracuurr boh rw aiaWaaal AHmUm Cal r AvBdaaM* MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE •r. B. P. IhrttM, KwM %  ahweaeft* MpWaa Wt-H-IT ikeayailM. "a. Koolmotor G A S O L E N E and OILS Acme Tires Cities Service Products ORANGE STATE OIL CO. EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Emanary Proprietors Super Full Circle Retreading and Vulcanizing I'sed Tires-Bargains Road Service 400-15 Fiat Tires The Only Place in Town Who Makes Them 1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-0673 RUMMAGE NEEDED i i86u or i \ : • ... : If You Cannot Brinq 1 to the RUMMAGE STORE Located at 167 N. W. Piense Phone rcirg. L. J. Hartz. 2 Mrs. Morris Oubler. Mrs Harry Kaufmi-. and they will be called i WILSON PICTURE FRAME SHOP 172 N. W. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-2462 MIAMI, FLORIDA We Call for and Deliver GOING WAY? SILVER METEOR De Luxe Coach Streamliner CEMENTINE PRODUCTS 3220 N. 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^T FRIDAY. JUNE 14, 1940 niK jKwiwa rummiAH TEMPLE ISRAEL 1 ... %  137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 1-7746 I RABBI JACB H. KAPLAN. Ml. O. RABBI COLUAN A ZWfTWAN <,6 Indian Creek Dr.T-.-im „ 0 N. B. Il.t St.-M^ MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Klth.r er both of the Rabbi, will b In the T.mpl. T r T Tou may eon suit with them on matter, concerning tb. J.wl. „ %  nlty. or yur pei.onal problem.. Tou will be ...„r^I eym.....*. I be.rlng and advlc. and. needl.ee ta> aay. each matter will ., ku k I Mr\tl i-enf Hence. m m I I LAND BUY FOR JEWISH FUND Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)—The Jewish National Fund acquired the largest parcel of land since the land transfer regulations were promulgated in the purchase of 2.800 dunenu on the "'-till plain of Samaria. This iconl land acquisition will provide a bridgehead between Emek liefer and Hedera. It is proposed to use the land for the introduction of maritime and semiurban development schemes. PAGE TURKU CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) I CONGREGATIONAL over to the Temple Israel dinner Do not withdraw thyself from •** %  a d *ebTfriends. Reservations $3.50 per person. These reservations for the outstanding affair of the year are obtainable through the Temple office, or the Friday evening June 14th. at co (hail m ni Dr p^ ( 1' ;",, rSiirs. / Mr H ennM *• <. *2 uation of the High School departH,-J_ ,1 %  men. of Temple Israel Religious 22 S S committee: Mrs. under the direction of Mr. S*-*^ 1 ?J Gcrald Uwi v .L '/.. : .. •_ ... •"'• %  • Mote. the congregation."—Hillel. Sabbath Eve Services Students Aid In HIAS Rescue Work Nathan Zwitman, teacher in the school. Graduates of our school are Irma Bernstein. Ruth M. Wolkowsky, Harriet Katz and Stanley Ratner, and the subject of their .Memorial Tablet In consecration of the memory of Harriet S. Matthews, deceased April 14th. HMO. sister of Mrs. addresses will be "The Past M. L. Marcus, a Memorial Plaque Teaches Hope for theMorrow." for eternal remembrance will be Services will be conducted by P'ced on the Temple Memorial Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Tablet, through the efforts of the Colman A. Zwitman. A reception following: Mrs. Charles Greenhonoring the graduates, will foltMd, Mrs. .1. A. Richter. Mrs low the services. 1 Mark Max, Mrs. A. Silverman! Important Sisterhood Mrs Pnce Lilian, Mrs. Samuel Notre Dame. Ind. (WNS)—A group of Catholic students at the University of Notre Dame arranged for a "Penny-a-Day" drive to raise a special sum as their I contribution towards the •Rescue Through Emigration' work of the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS). The drive which was conducted during Lent, was the response of the Catholic student body to a description of HIAS refugee and program published in The Catholic Worker, a New York City publication. The amount was remitted by Rev. Frank E. Gartland. Prefect of Religion, to Isaac I. Asofsky. executive director of HIAS. j j 185 NOBTHWE8T THIED AVENUE j MAX SHAPIRO. R.bbimi Southwest 18th Road j Offke Phone 2-1473 Horn, Phon. 2-J17. j •PEEMAKBNT CALENDAR Mr. August, past president of the Beth David Congregation, extends and a cordial invitation to all members ,and friends to be present at his Daily services at 7 a. m. •'riday evening, 5:30 o'clock Sabbath -.vices, Saturday 8:So|"sL£T ZJ a*. T^ h m I Slnuha thls Saturday morning. I '<* V*A „ A rece P tiol > Will be tendered in %  X !" z*7r' %  **•' Mm — Junior serviceji. Saturday 10:30', The Rabbl officers and mem1. rr | b rs of tm? Congregation and Beth Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 DaV d Sistt lhoo 5 S2& v^ r a HONE 24141 2ISW. 2ndAve. Miami > e JmislhnDirldidiin Printerj-and PubliVherr



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tm. PAGE FOUR I ifjewisti florid!tar, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Second Avenue [ J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor 1 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 $1.00 $1.00 FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1940 VOLUME 13—No. 24 BLACKOUT Tramp! Tramp.' Tramp; The Nazi heel stamps on the proslrate body of Holland. Tramp.' Tramp! Tramp; The German boot crushes the bones of Belgium. Tramp! Tramp! Tramp; The monster marches on and all Europe shakes to the tread of the steel feet. [ Tramp! And a 600-year-old Jewish culture is ground into the earth in Amsterdam. Tramp! And the Jews of Belgium, some of whose forefathers found a haven in this tolerant little nation from the savagery of the Spanish Inquisition, are faced with the possibility of a new expulsion or worse. Tramp! Tramp! The Nazi marches against civilization, A lunatic of immense power and ferocity strides on and on and will march until his brutality is stopped by the world. Tomorrow we will weigh issues and circumstances. Today we cannot but weep for gallant little Holland and Belgium and other THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN It was a timely Idea of the Americanization Committee to procure a copy of tne original Constitution of the United States and present it to 'he Y. MH. A. to be displayed in their library. To quote Brother Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y., ""This priceless document should be displayed where we can look at it constantly and appreciate its greatness. We should forever be thankful that we live in a country which still respects and protects the sacred rights of the people as set forth in the Constitution." • Brother Grossman's remarks are evidence of his sincerity of purpose and the fine ideals for which he stands. The V. M. II. A. is very fortunate in having him as one of their leaders. More power to Brother Grossman and the Y. • • • Our campaign to raise $1,000.00 for the Crippled Children's Hospital and School is drawing to a close and Brother Kopelowitz made a final appeal to those who have not as yet sent in their contributions, to do so this week. Our B'nai B'rith campaign will officially close this week. To those of you who intended to solicit contributions from your friends and have not as yet done so, set aside an hour or two some day this week and you will find it a simple matter to fill one of the contribution sheets with ten or fifteen names. We owe this to Brother Kopelowitz who has devoted all his time and effort to this drive for the last six or eight weeks. • • • Brother Simonhoff was right when he said in making his AntiDefamation Committee report "that the activity of his committee did not lend itself to reports, that his committee worked quietly and does not seek any glory." But we cannot permit the work of FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1940 countries, for the arts of peace which were not proof against the bruthis committee to go by unhcraldtality of force. The dove was no match for the hawk. The Jewish community which produced a Spinoza could not be saved from the Nazidom which produced a Hitler. Tonight the Mediterranean's waves lap at the shore of a darkened Tel Aviv. Anti-aircraft guns point out at the sea from a blackoutshrouded Haifa. The Government has a list of those who will be the first to be evacuated—if need be. Jewish youths are being trained in how to put out fires', how to give first aid. Buildings have been designated as air raid shelters. Thus the shadow of Blitzkreig falls over little Palestine, a traditional battlefield of history. Once again the Jewish people wait to see how forces over which they have no control will treat their homeland. It is ever thus with the small countries. A decision is made in Berlin and the Lowlands are invaded. Premier Mussolini pushed Italy into war. and across the Mediteranean the Holy Land must hide itself in darkness from possible air raiders. Yet life*must go on. The Jewish National Fund acquires 2,800 more dunams of land (The Jewish Agency appropriates funds for an extensive irrigation project in new colonies. A group of Jews and Arabs begin fishing operations on the beach of Caesarea. Palestine, the shrine of three religions! The cradle of much of our present civilization! One wonders what the future holds in store for the Holy Land. One waits, and wonders, and hopes. B'NAI B'RITH ufl NOTES by Harold Turk The orders of our president, are Jimmie is a comparatively new member and is already in harness, helping to pull the load of B'nai B'rith work Swell idea, presenting our lodge with an American Hag June 25. Honorable mention to Brother Goldstein for his offer to present our lodge with a Jewish Flag. It has been my observation that Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BT PHINKAI J. MIKOW) ed and unsung. The committee has been the strong arm of our lodge, and a service to Jewry and our Country. We understand your ideas. Brother Simonhoff and appreciate the sincerity of you and your committee and the services which you have rendered and we will always look to you and your committee for continued protection. • • The recent 5th District Convention, which was held in Roanoke, was very well covered at our meeting by Brother Abbott calling upon a cross section of the delegates who attended. I believe that the brothers, who were present at Tuesday's meeting, caught the spirit that the delegates sought to convey. ... If you have not spoken to one of the delegates about the convention, you are missing a treat. ... If you are especially interested in the humorous side, ask Brother Feinberg and insist that he tell you the story about the Turkish bath he took in Petersburg. ... It would also be interesting to lcai*n why a number of the delegates could not snap their fingers for a few days after returning from the contention. At the rate Brother Leo Eisenstein, chairman of the membera number of the old.'r members. Brother Abbott, are full speed | who ar„e responsible both for the ahead and every committee in existence of Sholem Lodge and its { ship drive, is increasing the numB'nai B'rith is literally buzzing present healthy condition, have en|ber of members in our lodge, it with activity and making notable couraged the younger men in the! will not be long before we reach organization to become active and j our goal of 1500 members. ... Of carry on our fine work. This is especially true of Brother Elty Stone and Harry Simonhoff. This is very commendable ... To them WAR ECHOES Latest rumar about town is that Hitler has offered Palestine to Mussolini as a reward for entering the war on the Nazi side The man who years ago advocated President Roosevelt's new defense program and ho has proved his ability to mobilize the country's resources has not been named on the President's defense board We mean Bernard 'M. Baruch. who bucked the Kaiser in the first world war Among those whom the war has stranded in Kurope is Fritz Strenghold, who once M-G-M's Berlin manager, and later was moved to Rotterdam! where he is now stuck The irony of it is that for years now Strenghold has been Hollywood's best bet for helping to get relatives out of Nazi clutches—but now that he's in trouble himself nobody can come to his aid ... If your local stores start showing special illustrated war bulletins in the windows, please be advised that the cartoons are the work of our good friend Harry Hershfield I.aie-i import from France is the following, brought in duty free by Charles Boyer ... A Herman, it seems, inserted in a newspaper an obituary notice telling of the death of his father, adding that "God has called him to a better world" The next day the bereaved son found himself in a concentration camp, for criticizing the government. THIS AND THAT Orchids to Harry Warner, of the films' Warner Brothers, who has sent twenty fully equipped ambulances to France Did you know that Dorothy Arzner, Hollywood's only woman director, drove an ambulance in the first world war? Returned to America from the European theatre of war, where in more peaceful times he was active in the cause of Liberal Judaism, is Rabbi David J. Seligson He has brought along a charming English wife, and hopes to be permanently established in some American Jewish community before long The World's Fair Administration still can't get over the shock it suffered when the Palestine Pavilion proved itself this season's best attraction at the Fair ... It is outdrawing Gypsy Ruse Lei—which must prove that Palestine has a lot of it" Aside to Fnglish-.Iewish editors, or Jewish organizations in search of a good publicity man: M. Z. R. Frank, onetime editor of the Toronto Jewish Standard and gifted English columnist for the Toronto Journal, is on the loose now, having transferred his residence from Canada to the U. S. A. He's a good bet Warning to all "honorary Aryans:" Mrs. Franz Lehar was one of you, by virtue of her marriage to the famous Aryan playwright, but the 'honor" was revoked some time ago, and she was put to work scrubbing streets. FIFTH COLUMN COLUMN Frankly, we don't believe Congressman Pat man's charges against Carl Byoir, the publicity wizard Patman claims, and Walter Winchell supports him. that Byoir has been working for the Nazi government in this country The truth, as we understand it, is that Byoir did represent the Cerman railroads during the first year of Hitler's regime, but after some of his friends expressed their horror that a Jew should have any dealings with the Nazi government, and, worse still, try to create good will for Herman tourism. Byoir cancelled the contract We simply refuse to believe Ihe new charges The G-Men, incidentally, are finding Winchell a great help in their search for Fifth Columners Walter's widespread information service often brings them valuable dope His latest is the discovery of the whereabouts of the central paymaster for the Nazis in these United States W. W. also sounds this hopeful no" un the future of Nazism—namely, that the new broadcaster of Berlin propaganda aimed at America is a gent who some years ago was active on Broadway publicizing vaudeville Winchell suggests that perhaps the broadcaster will succeed as well with Hitler as he did with the five-a-day stuff. which practically extinct now FILM STUFF A film showing how France cares for her political and military prisoners is being brought to this country by Andre Heymami, head of New York's French Cinema Center Ane thing you won't si in the "Confessions of a Nazi Spy" revival ads is the announcer that six Polish movie exhibitors were executed for having run it in their houses Tlie-1'act is true, but the copywriters decided that it's too gruesome for bruiting abroad Oscar Seilin, whose "Life with Father" production is still packing them in, was never really successful in the financial sense before he made the grade with his current hit-but he is credited with the discovery Of such Hollywood celebrities as Bette Davis. Cary Grant, Fred MacMurray. Olympe Bradna and Margo Charlie Chaplin is still up in the air about "The Dictator," the Hitler-lampooning film that is sort of stymied right now. Hitler being hardly a laughing matter these days A refugee who's learning all about America while he works is Director Fritz Lang, whom Hollywood has chosen to make "The Return of Jesse James" 1-ang used to be with Germany's Ufa. ABOUT PEOPLE progress. It was a pleasure to listen to the report of the Americanization Committee and to hear of their plans for a program at our next meeting on Tuesday. June 25, and many other veterans who have 1940 at the Y. M. H. A. Brother encouraged this situation we are Jimmie Leonard is in charge of the program and is doing a splendid job in his plans thus far thankful and look to JTOUr experience and advice for further guidance and assistant-. Hats off to Eddie Cantor, who raised $11,000 for his summer cntnp for poor children by means of a special preview of "I/iiuisiana Purchase," which brings Irving Berlin's music back to Broadway for what promises to be a long spell Tilly I.osch, the German dancer who had to leave her country when Hitler came in, is reported to be working in a torpedo factory in England Congratulations to Lot ha r Metal, co-author of the refugee revues "From Vienna" and "Reunion in New Fork," on his marriage to Beatrice Brill It's a real literary union, for the new Mrs. Metzl. an author in her own right, is also the who procured six new members in I niece of the late playwright Samuel Shopman Two former nienia short time, it should be as simben of a Newark High School orchestra are producers Hrman Shumpie as pie. lin and Jed Harris of Broadway. course, it will mean a lot of hard work for some time yet, but if we follow Brother Isadore Goldstein's example, who procured five new members in one-half hour and Brother Nat Blumberg's example \



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FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1910 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) !:, fore an audience of more than 130 boys and girls and parents, the Y. H. H. A. under the leadership of our executive director, Mr. Maurice Grossman, conducted the 1940 Home Camp rally in preparation of the second annual Home (amp session which will begin By, June 17th. An enthusiastic reception was given to Mr. Grossman for his splendid efforts in behalf of this project and addresses were made to the audience by Dr. Samuel Beckman, newly elected president of the Y. M. II. A. and Miss Irene Cohen, new|y elected president of the Y. W. II. A. Registration was started Monday morning with t>7 registrations |y in and with prospects of more than 100. This will more than triple the total attendance of last year's Home Camp session. much praise cannot be given to Mr. Maurice Grossman who labored untiringly to make berg, Dave Levine of this project of the Y. M. H. A. the Cafeteria and Art and The following is the standing of the Beach and Civic Leagues: Miami licach League Team W Y. M. H. A 1 Lee Johns 3 Civic League 5 Venetian Way 2 Claude Neon 1 Richmond Clothes 0 Miami Civic League Team \V Y. M. H. A 1 Y. M. C. A. .1 Brotherhood R. R. Cks 1 Miami Laundry ......1 Army 1 Jr. C. Commerce 0 Miami Beach Batting Player AB 1 Al Reisman 12 Leo I.ipowsky 17 Hy Kaut 13 Bennv Oilman 21 L PC. 0 1000 1 Tall 2 714 3 400 6 107 4 000 rue L PC. 0 1000 0 1000 1 500 1 500 1 500 2 000 Vverages R H Pc 4 •'. 500 4 •'. 500 3 f> 385 4 H 381 Junior Hadassah By hi .inKruiiKiueiU The installation banquet for the newly elected officers of Junior Hadassah will take place Monday evening, June 24 at the Park Central Hotel at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Rosalyn Klein, chairman, is being assisted by Misses Hose I'uchkoff Betty Sir, Ruth Qoodstein, Jean Fedeihar. Cymie Silver, Mesdameg Pauline Querido, Edith Proelich, Lee Krick and Cele BarkowitZ, Installing officer will be Mrs. S. II. Lutsky, A novel and entertaining program has been arranged. Reservations can be made by phoning Rosalyn Klein at 2-7115 or Miss Goodstein at 3-3282. Mothers and friends of Junior Hadassah are cordially invited to attend. NAZI SOLDIERS SEND HOME GIFTS' NAMED NEW DIRECTORS OP B'NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDATIONS AT PENN STATE AND CALIFORNIA Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn (left), former assistant to Dr. Solomon Goldman in the pulpit of Anshe Kmet Synagogue, Chicago, who has been been appointed director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the Pennsylvania State College to succeed Rabbi Theodore H. Gordon (right), who ill replace Rabbi Mex Merritt as director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of California. Paris (WNS) Nazi s ildiers in j Belgium have been breaking into News ROW [Jewish sh "' s and homes and Bteal Thanks to Phil and Jerry Wein' Southern Sam I.c. was reported here. Nazi officers outstanding of any Home vine of the Dade Pharmacies p in the south. Carrying on their kind donations of chairs to ,,av ',' Uken "" 8te P a <" P ut n enl their splendid work of last year, the Y. M. II. A. And to Jack Mr. and Mrs. Leon I.ieberman Kofoed of the Miami Daily News. again have come forward to play we say thanks fur a swell compliarge part in the success of this men ( to Mrs. Al Reisman and her ect of the Y. M. H. A. • V'-ettcs. An invitation lias With a staff of possibly 25 J just been received inviting the sellors ready, willing and able entire Y membership to attend In do their part in carrying out the wedding and reception of Mr. the program, we feel confident Milton Arthur Friedman, past that this year's Home Camp will president of the Y, M. II. A. to far surpass anything ever held in MJ SS Sylvia Stern of Columbia, the south. South Carolina on the bride's A few words to familiarize you home grounds Sunday. June 23rd, folks who have, as yet, to register 7.3Q ,,. m at the House of Peace your boys or girls in this healthSynagogue. Our heartiest conful and educational enterprise we gratl'lations—Milt and Sylvia. did like to make mention of our \\\ nur nbers of the Y. M. H. A. newly appointed head counsellor, bowling team are requested to Mr. Melvin Katz. Mr. KatZ was p] ease be at the Miami Recreation born in Greenville, South CaroCenter Tuesday evening at 7:30 to this practice. The report also said that tile Nazi authorities in Belgium have issue,I a o cree ordering Belgian Jews to remove the debris caused by the incessant bombing prior to the fo'l of the country. Most of the Jews remaining in Belgium are elderly persons and young children, who were unable to free to France. GOING OUR WAY? lina. February 7. 1921 and migrated to Miami in 1025. He attended grade school and junior high at Shenandoah and gas graduate from Miami Senior High in 1937. He has been connected with Boy Scou's as Scoutmaster of Troop No. 44 for man, and has had Reisman was appointed chairman p. m. Y. W. H. A. News Board meeting of the Y. W. H. A. was held Monday evening at • Assistant the home of Mrs. Maurice Grossat which time Mrs. Pearl the past six years, several years of experience in camps up north. Mr. Katz comes highly recommended to take charge as head counsellor of the Home Can.p. Assisting Mr. Katz will be: advisory committee. Nathan Aronovitz. Fred Jacobs. Howard Levine; counsellors, Yelma AbraHarriet Damonstom, Mrs. Levy. "Mrs. Molly Belov. Mrs. Ethel Grossman, Mrs. Roslyn Ber. Mrs. Ruth Stein. Mrs. Fssie Shaffer, Maja WinWer. Kran.es Ginsburg, Pearl Cinsburg. Naomi (.! --man, Rita Futeil'as, Phyllis Schuulman, Rita Grossman. Madeline Schulman, Elaine London. Ruth Rosenfeld. Home camp Commit tee, Mrs. Leon chairman; Mr. Leon Lieberman, treasurer; Mr. Maurice Grossman, and Dr. Kauders, camp physician. Parents, register your boy or girl now with the Y. M. H. A. Home Camp and give yourseli three months relaxation. Phone 3-4012. .Diamond Ball Our diar.iond ball heroes are leading in two leagues at this writing. Ou:Beach entry has won four straight games out of four COOL, AIRCONDITIONED RECLININGSEAT COACHES of by-laws committee. Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. chairman of ways and means committee, and Mrs. Esther Schaffer as chairman of athletic committee. To Work With Red Cross Mis. C.ussie Wilson, chairman of social activities, announced that a sewing class for the Red Cross will be held every Wednesday from 2:iiii to 4:00 p. m. a; the Y club rooms. Members are as!;e.l to bring their needles, etc. Assisting Mrs. Wilson are Mrs. Iris Blumberg and Mis Alice Wailsman. Family Supper and Card Parly The Y. W. H. A. will sponsor a family supper and card party Lieberman. i Sunday. July 21 at the Y. M. H. A. building. Supper will begin at 6:30 p. m. with Mrs. J. Engler in charge, assisted by Mrs. Gussie Wilson, ticket chairman, and Miss Sarah Shochet. publicity chairman. Proceeds will be. used for the library fund, so come and make this a real family get-together. Tickets are 50c. adults, and 26c, children. The next general meeting of the V. w. II. A. will take p'ace Wednesday, June 26th. Feature of -TO N. Y. WORLD'S FAIRRound Trip In Coaches Miami-New York I 40^5 games played, and the entry in the evening will be a '" USKi '' £*" the Miami Civic League won their gram presented by Mrs. Ait IU first start out last Wednesday Hirtenstein accompanied by with a score of 9-8 to tie with Esther Schaffer. Members the Y M. C. 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GO SEABOARD! ti> s, nd to the fi Iks bai k h "as presents from the front," it i Es Charming— Be Bright D.ink MILK, Feel Right *lak Your Grr ior G ira p^ffe^Et JMIIK DM _-— FOR BOYS FOR GIRLS 20th Season BLUE MOUNTAIN CAMPS Separate Camps EAST STROUDSBURG, PA. j Hijrh in the Pocono Mountains ... 90 miles from Philadelphia 90 miles from New York City highest standards ; n food, j care, counselors, medical staff, modern facilities ... an excellent health record for the past 20 years the choice of fine Jewish families in'many cities .patronized by the best Jewish families in Miami and Miami Beach. For further information, communicate with: Mrs. S. Mannheimer, Mannheimer Private School. 10">4 Pennsvlvania Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida. Phone .~>-1312. DR.MILES EFFERVESCENT NERVINE A TABLETS N O ONE likes to lie awake; yet every night thousands toss and tumble, count sheep, worry and fret, because they can't get to sleep. Next day many feel dull, logy, headachey and irritable. 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fr I II PAG1 SIX n.oan>iAji FRIDAY. JUNE 14. 1910 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1646 I. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KBLLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 19 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-6192 by JOSEPH A. BERMAN (The writer will be glad to answer ;m> problem of his readers. Write to him In care of this neweiKiper) BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Aremae Mill Third Street, Miami aWaeh MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabkl Hi Michigan Avn our midst will be a happy and Q"L v. Sch „' da Iy CXCept Pleasant one. Religious School Summer Sessions This year we have prepared an entire new curriculum for our Sunday daily sessions. Classes will be conducted each morning ning, he 'will be afraid of light> from y to 12 undt r the tutelage of ning. In his tender years, he has Cantor Maurice Mamches and Sunday between 8:30 and 11 a. n>. We urge parents to avail themselves of the privilege to have the children taught even in the summer time. Timely Plea W'e address ourselves to the many friends of our synagogue Habonoth Awards The Miami Chapter of Habonoth is very happy to announce the names of the girls who won national recognition from National Habonoth headquarters in New York. These awards are given for cultural achievement and club no choice but to imitate you. Then sense his bewilderment when punishment follows on his Stanley Gruner was a member of the doubles team that won the Southern Boys Double Championship at Clinton, S. C, recently. Gruner, a student at Falm Beach High School, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Gruner. Also playing in the tournament was Louis Leibovit. Miss Sonia Shnall. Children will attend one hour loing just as you, for example— each morning on Mondays, Tueshave told him to do. Righteous davs Wednesdays and Thursdavs. indignation is his reaction, a loci~, ... ing of frustration and finally, all I J nepe no registration charge too often, a steadily growing re, for this summer semester. "Spesentment toward the world in cial rates" will be offered new to the memory of the late Samuel general as represented by you. students. Also before you fly off on a tangent, consider these questions: Did your children inherit your <*">." Monday morning. Classes Herman, of Temple Beth Israel intelligence or lack of it ? Do begin next Monday morning at 9. j officiating. Mr. Feurstein was they have the same personalty We cannot urge too stronglv the father of Mrs. Harrv Leibotraits that you have? Does dethat nts „ h chjldren vit mquency and crime sometimes run in the family?" [during the week for these sumWilliam Gallic has departed for Chicago where he will visit for several months. The unveiling of a monument j Feurstein was held at the WoodRegistration of students will be' lawn cemetery with Dr. Carl N 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 Sf 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" drud, tery. 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! 'gh y that fighting chance of becoming a real person. are modern, the texts used are interesting, the teachers have excelservice and activity. In the youngest group of the Habonoth. the led by Mrs. George ChertI harlotte Blumberg, pi • i lent training, vast experience and -£?. !" t W /" ul dau hte pleasant personalities. ''"'l lH '". S |,,Mul the su, nl1 Congratulations Our very best wishes are extended to Mr. and Mrs. Abram Mrs. Ben Wax and daughter r months in Maine. Services for Shevouth wen I I ^MirraEKia fie&tfa %  \ \ \ \ rogn her devoted service to the Habit Buds. At the installation ceremonies Of the H'lds prizes were awards 1 by the group to Charlotte Blumbei •. the girl who brought in the members and to Louise Raphael, for presenting the finest ram of the year. Mrs. Kassin was the mother judged most lik< her daughter in the Mother and -liter contest. The Buds closed their meetings for the summer with a gala picnic celebrated in Greynolds park on last Thursday. Mrs. George i koff, their spoi ior, planned many amusing games for girls and the i picnic was adjudged a complete succ; ss. The awards for the girls of the Blue and White, the intermediate onsored by Mrs, Lo Katz, will be announced in next week's issue. Board Meeting The board of directors of the congregation will meet Tuesday evening at 8:15 o'clock in the vestry rooms of the synagogue. All members are urged to be present as important business will be transacted. aunt, Mrs Abrams. children, left for the north arter The ceremony was held on the the nol "days. lawn of the Rabbi's home. Assii ing the Rabbi were our cantor and Final reading of the B'nal B* th I Auxiliary constitution took The second of a series of day afternoon card parties was held at the Beth Israel Schwartzmeeting of the s,aberg Hall with Mrs. .lack Fein as ho itea i. Best Wishes A hearty Mi ze' Tov to the fi m lies and fi ii n Is on the marriage of Mr. Godfrey K. X. wman and Miss B< atrice Schwartz held Sun' i: %  ft rno m at her home in the : %  % %  t s large audience of -• May theii life be filled with ha] piness. Mizrachl Meeting Our Miami Head, Mizrachi wi I hold the son Saturday nigh: at 8:00 o'cl k. An interesting program has been l v, a "' ,i 1" rtanl man,,will be discussed. A repi rl of the Mizrachi sponsored, community Lag B'Omer picnic will be given. All men and women are invited. Mazel Tov Our officers, board and congregational members join the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. I. I.. Mintzer. in congratulating them on the celebration of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary held last Sunday night at their home. Hundreds of people, including professors of the University of Miami, and many prominent citiMonday night at the monthly .: held at Temple i;. th El, Guests present were Mrs. Philip May and Mrs Salzman. Mrs. Barney Blicher and Mrs. Philip Blicher were hostesses for the social hour. Mrs. G orge M. Pry has donated an American Flag to the local B'nai B'rith Ladies Auxiliary. WOLPERT' FURNtTUREj BARGAINS! We Refuse To Be Undersold!' 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 ) 4



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FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1910 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN Hats Off! The Flag Is Passing By Hats off.' Along the Street there comes A hi are of bugles, a ruffle of drums, A flash of color beneath the sky: Hcts off! The flag is passing by. From "The Flag Is Passing By" By Henry llolcomb Bennett W HAT a picture it makes. A precious gem of star-spangled bunting: that carries in its folds all the aspirations of America ... it means more to 135,000,000 Americans than all the gold buried under Fort Knox, all the skyscrapers from New York to San Francisco. And along the Avenue as the flag goes by, hearts beat faster .. pride grows stronger Liberty and justice are marching The American Way is on parade. The American Way the way of peace and justice. The American Way threatened today by : foreign-inspired "Fifth Column" groups seeking to create confusion, inaction and panic ... to disrupt oiw national unity by setting race against race, class against class, religious group against religious group. As dark clouds hover over the world, our flag is more precious to us than ever. Stronger than traitors ... it is our bulwark against foreign armies and foreign "isms." Stronger than Communist, Nazi or Fascist .. strong as democracy itself. Our hats arc off, our hopes ride high, our hearts go with it, as the flag goes by IN HONOR OF FLAG DAY THIS TRIBUTE IS SPONSORED BY • Grand Army of the Republic • United Spanish-American War Veterans • Disabled American Veterans of the World War Jewish War Veterans of United States Catholic War Veterans of United States Veterans of Foreign Wars of United States



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PAGE EIGHT Nazis Order Doctors To Aid THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 14, I9i tl London (WNS)—An indication that the losses suffered by the Nazi army since its invasion of the Low Countries must be enormous was furnished by two reports reaching here. One report stated that the Nazis had ordered the release of all Jewish doctors imprisoned in concentration camps throughout greater Germany and recently occupied Nazi territories. German doctors are unable to cope with the number of wounded soldiers, the report said, and Nazi authorities found it necessary to call upon Jewish doctors for service. All Jewish doctors In Austria, Poland, Czechoslovakia, the Scandinavian and Low Countries, in addition to those in Germany itself, have been ordered to report to Nazi military hospitals. Jewish physicians in concentration camps have been released for war duty. Severe penalties have been announced, the report said, for Jewish doctors who refuse to work in military hospitals. The second report said that Nazi authorities, alarmed at the extent of the German losses, are considering drafting Jews for active military service, a reversal of the Nazi decree of 1938 which barred Jews from the army. Since the beginning of the war, last September, Jews have been conscripted into labor battalions but have not been required to serve with the army. Meanwhile, the official Nazi radio and newspapers have launched a concerted attack on Jews in the United States and Argentina, charging that the Jews are taking the initiative in building proAlly and anti-Nazi sentiment in these two countries, it was learned here. The Nazi press concludes its editorial attacks with a warning that the day is coming" when Nazi Fuehrer Hitler will square accounts with the Jews of America and the South American Republic. The German press is particularly bitter over the fact that the United States is selling airplanes and other military equipment to the Allies. The Nazi papers have concentrated their venom on Secretary of Treasury Henry Morgenthau. Jr., Gov. Herbert Lehman of New York, Bernard Baruch and Mayor Scene at the ground breaking ceremonies of the National Children's Convalescent Home which is now Hearing completion and for which the proceeds of the Father's Day Vaudeville Show to be held Sunday evening at Flamingo Park, will go. moved to the comparative of Lisbon from which to carry on the work of providing shelter in Palestine for Jewish refugees now in Switzerland. The Geneva office of the Irnmigration Department of the Jewish Agency has announced that it has entered into negotiations with the Hadassah Organization, the J Distribution Committee and the Hicem in an effort to effe> financing of the transfer of 1,070 Jewish refugees, including | o youths, into Palestine. The in ent danger of Nazi invasion makes particularly urgent the removal of these refugees from Nazi-don ated lands to the Jewish National Homeland. CAMP WOHELO for GIRLS 85 miles from Washington, D. C, 60 miles from Baltimore. Md; in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Fiorello H. LaGuardia of New York City. The editorials boast that American and Argentine Jewry will meet the same fate which befell the Jews of Europe. Argentine Jews are charged with fomenting anti-Nazi disturbances and organizing "pogroms" on the German colony in that land. Both the press and radio threaten revenge in the near future. ELEVENTH SEASON OPENS JULY 1st For information helpful to -^J you and your daughters, write or phone OWNER and DIRECTOR BERTHA LEVY 1625 S. W. Uth Street MIAMI, FLA. Phone 2-5944 Hungary Passes Anti Laws Budapest (WNS)—The complete economic collapse of Hungarian Jewry was speeded up with the announcement that Jews may no longer own hotels, restaurants and cafes. Recent legislation has virtually barred Jews from the professions, manufacturing and commerce. Jews may continue to operate hotels and restaurants in small towns providing there are no other hotels in these towns. It was announced also that Jewish university professors will be compelled to relinquish their private libraries and Jewish librarians will be outsted from their posts. Meanwhile the systematic liqniation of Jewish enterprises conItinues. Every day a number of ;.Jewish shops are closed down and %  taken over by "aryans" Jews in I the professions and trades have been reduce.I to 6 percent, in many 3 per cent, of the entire population. numm sAvmoj DHDE FEDERAL snvincs Rno Loan ASSOCIATION • OF mm mi 46 H. E. Firit avenue at the corner of Finit street LOW 0 0 II L 0 N O IIBMI Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. LIPTON, President You Have Tried the Rest Now Try the Best MEALS IN TOWN HO WELL'S RESTAURANT 1043 N. E. 1st Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA "Prices that Are Right" SOILS PHONE 7644 L. C. MORRIS PAVING, TRUCKING. GRADING ROCK, SAND FILL and SOILS Specializing in PULVERIZED SOILS 3738 N. W. 18th AVENUE MIAMI FLOIDA Agency Office Not Transferred Geneva (WNS-Palcor Agency) —Officials of the Geneva office of the Jewish Agency for Palestine categorically denied widespread rumors that the headquarters here had been transferred to Lisbon. Portugal. The spread of Nazi war operations to the very borders of Switzerland had given rise to the belief that documents and personnel of the Jewish Agency would be LETTFH SERVICE REV. J. MALEK Experienced EL PHONE 2-0828 308 N. W. ifith Are. Johnnie Feller Phone 3-768' JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP Auto Painting Wrecks Rebuilt Upholstery Woodwork Auto Tops Our Specialty 74 S. E. 20TH STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Announcing the Opening of Two Summer Camp, by Rabbi S. Wrubel, Director—for 1940 Season Camp Dellwood Camp French Broad for Jewish Girls for Jewish Boys Waynesville, N. C. Brevard, N. C. FROM JUNE 23 TO AUGUST 25 For Descriptive Booklet and Further Information. Write. RABBI S. WRUBEL BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA And Th.y Say It With e SmiUl Do the members of YOUR iamily say this? • a£S&?S£ bCCaUSe y U ""• ne !" Riven Alka-Seltzer ASSotS^S^ Wh *•*• — A *-Seltzer J^SSgTi h SPS Z S3 u b y ou want ta your raed tte purchase price to anv 2?S! V u a 1 P€nny We wiU refund Vr,,.. t t y "" who ta not entirely satisfied iASr%7SS^S% r ner and more %  t h guarantee of satisfaction or money refunded ftV.'.M> ,. JJJW >*• "se in all conditions listed beGas on Stomach, Add Indigestion. Heartburn, "Morning After", Muscular Pain*, NealfU. Headache, Distress of Colds, as a Gargle In Minor Throat Irritations Alka-Seltzer /• I f


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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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June 14, 1940

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 13No. 24
POLISH Mil
LACKS SUPPLIES
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MIAMf, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 14. 1940
PRICE 10 CENTS
B'nai B'rith Answers Call! SPEED DEFENSE
Sponsors ^ Humanity Ball AS IT/ILY ACTS
I^ndon of medical supplies has left un-
checked the typhus epidemic
which continues to decimate the
Jewish quarters of Warsaw and
Lodz, il was reported here on good
authority.
It was reported that in Warsaw
alone 300 typhus cases are re-
ported daily. 95 per cent of them
in the Jewish quarter. The sole
Jewish hospital in Warsaw is
swamped with critical cases, many
patients lying on makeshift cots
in the halls and corridors.
The unusually hot weather
which has prevailed over Europe
the h.st four weeks has aggra-
vated the situation. Sanitary
conditions in the Jewish quarter's
are, for the most part, non-exist-
ent, wh.eh milk and bread are vir-
tually unobtainable,
! "as reported also that the
to have confiscated all leath-
er shoes from the Jews in Lodl
replaced them with wooden
ones. The leather, it was under-
stood waa sent to Germanv where
"'"' rmy is faced with a
leather. In an earlier
dispatch it was reported that Jews
Austria have been forced to
.....len shoes.
PATRIOTIC RALLY ON
SHOLEM LODGE AGENDA
The Americanization committee
of Sholem Lodge B'nai Brith is
sponsoring a patriotic rally joint-
ly celebrating Flag and Independ-
ence Days, Tuesday, June 25th at
8:15 o'clock on the athletic field
of the Y. M. H. A.. 1667 S. W
5th street. The Hon. Mark Wilcox.
former congressman, will deliver
the main address of the evening
entitled "Rededication to the
Ideals f America." Features of
the evening will be the presenta-
tion of an American Flag to the
Lodge, patriotic movies. a short
skit and music by the J. W. V
Drum and Bugle Corps. Mr.
Janus Leonard, chairman, is in
charge of arrangements. All mem-
bers and friends are cordially in-
vited to be present.
CO-OPE RAT E aronovitz heads
E CAMP
OPENS MONDAY
IIY ORDERS
REFUGEES BACK
' Palcor Agency) -
I amer Redl, which
'' ri r las) Friday
1 !" return to Rhodes
embarking 166 immi-
o'them refugees, who
Wengers. it was learned
'< was understood that the Redi
ordered to proceed di-
t0 Italy after reaching
Whether the order turn-
* the -teamer back from the
*2 ""s '"' Palestine was .
one by the P.U*.
'^-.men, itself or a dictum
' Rome could not be immedi-
ately determined.
hi '"'Ws sf)read consternation
'"J I'alestine-both among
Jose who had been awaiting the
sh immigrant, and among the
J Italian residents here, in-
"""ng the consul general, who
^exnectedtoleavefor Italy on
2Jr!uwhfl0 there was y*
**re the outbreak of Mediter-
;:"> hostUitte.. The last few
""have seen a frantic ex-
*ihle u8S many ""'"ana as pos-
Besse. have c,08ed their busi-
thS IUli M f Ala Li"oria, the
"an commercial airline.
thM-nwhile, it was announced
lith, i. ai1 "ervice t0 Pal
| M has been discontinued.
The Young Men's Hebrew Asso-
ciation will open its second annual
Home (amp Monday. June 17th
with an enrollment of more than
one hundred children expected.
Filling a need in the community,
the camp is non-sectarian and chil-
dren who cannot afford to pay are
taken care of.
The amp is under the direction
of Mr. Mauri, e Grw sman, ex-
ecutive director of the V M. 11.
d by Mr. u d Mrs.
Leon 1 .ii bi rmi n, camp
Mel\ in Katz, head couns dloi: Dr.
K: uder, and I stanl
counsellors. Camp i- I. Id
days a week from '.' a. m. ',> 5 p.
m.. with luncheon and l r< sh-
ments served to the rat ipers.
Tl e full facilities of t!.e Y are
being used to make the camp ex-
itremely enjoyable. Arts and
crafts, swimming, baseball, story
telling, etc., are among the many
comses offered.
"It is gratifying tc the V. M.
H. A. to see the spleiuli i recep-
tion the announcement of our sec-
ond annual Home Camp received,*'
Mr. Grossman said. "We are go-
ing to do everything in our pow-
er to make the camp even more
successful than last year. With
the whole-hearted community sup-
port we are receiving in this and
other undertakings. are b Hind
to succeed."
by
HAROLD TURK
Editor
B'nai B'rith Column
This is being written after
coming up from the street a
short while ago and after ob-
serving the headlines which tell
a story, the like of which was
never written before. At the
rate the totalitarian countries
are going they will very shortly
succeed in bringing about a
condition which was prevalent
before the Almighty decided to
create the world chaos .
nothingness,
Despairing will not help .
In the face of this we must re-
main level headed BO that we
may retain our faculties and our
ability to reason. We must not
become jittery, and we must not
permit ourselves to become im-
pervious to the needs and suf-
fering of the victims of the
conflict over there We are
in a position to help relieve the
suffering of the innocent vic-
tims who are without homes,
shelter, food, clothing and mod?
ical aid.
Sholem Lodge rises to their
aid. We will endeavor to do our
part to help and we therefore
are pledging ourselves to sup
Jerusalem fWNS) Palestine's
GWANTIO TICKET DRIVE S^ ST'.tt&.t
1>1 Aviv, Haifa and other im-
portant points, was speeded up
A community wide "Humanity
Ball" under the sponsorship of
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith with
Abe Aronovitz. general chairman.
for the American Red Cross Re-
fugee Fund, will take place Mon-
day. July 1st at 8 p. m. at the
Civic (enter. Assisting Mr. Aron-
ovitz are Messrs Sol Goldstroni.
Mathew S. Bandler- Dave Emmer,
R. R. Adler, Sam Blank. Leo Bis-
enstein. Maurice Grossman, A.
Loins Mechlowitz, Sam Miller. K.
Albert F'allot. Fred K. Shochet,
and Burnett Roth, as secretary to
the committee. Tickets are one
dollar per person and may be ob-
with Italys offieial declaration of
war against France and Great
Britain.
Although Italy's entrance into
the war on the side of the Nazis
had been expected for months,
Premier Mussolini's announcement
hurling another 1800.000 men into
the bitter struggle, came as a bit-
ter blow here. Plans for the evac-
uation of civilians from import-
ant centers Were accelerated.
Concern was voiced lure over
the fate of the 40.000 Jews in Italy
and of the close to 5.000 Jewish
refugees from Nazi Germany who
. ,, .^.v.^w.- ii#,ii .>,,zi uermanv w to
tamed run, committee members nad taken tem.....ary refuge ,
at the door. All members are Italy prior to sailing to Palestine
urged to cooperate in selling tick- and other eountries. The refu-
:;;:,the e,,lire proceeds wilM,e gees, many of them in Trieste,
given to the Red Cross Further |are now trapped in the path, of
details will be published in next marching armies.
week s issue,
The Nati.
nt Hoi,
Italy's entry into the war closes
the Mediterranean and places Pal-
estine in danger of an aerial at-
tack. Some circles here recalled
a recent report that Mussolini
plans to demand Palestine, claim-
ing to be the 'rightful protector
of Islam." following the 1 '.
defeat of England and Frai.
Starvation Near
As Food Taken
.1 Children's Conva-
idicated to .he car,
of child iffering fron Rheu-
matic Fever, iil sponsor i enla
port and work with the Ameri- ,.
can Red Cross. Brother aUT t? F'.hen *y "
Aronovita will be in charge of S^T.a i" V" u' ?.'* *" 1"" (WNS) The
a monster city wide dance to be '""' ""' Admi* Jewish community of V
held in the Civic Center on Mon- barged is f, ,
day, July Is,. ,;,,.. Tick,,- l0 "'T' a ~:: ": : ''
.he affair will be sold at a del- I'"'"' f^ '"'>' for the ,
be purchased from membei
the door
HOSPITAL DRIVE
A complete and final list
of the B'nai B'rith member-
ships secured for the South
Florida Crippled Children's
Hospital will be published in
next week's issue. The drive
will be brought to a close at
that time.
lar each and we expect to raisi
several thousand dollar- which
will be turned over to the Red
Cross. To insure the suc-
cess of the affair a number of
our members pledged them-e've;
to sell one hundred tickets, oth-
ers t<> sell fifty and lesser
amounts, the unanimous
support of every member pres-
ent was procured.
We have undertaken a gigan-
tic task and look not onlj to
those members who pledged
their support at the meeting
but to each and every other
member of B'nai B'rith. ... It
is your duty as an American
and you are called Upon to ful-
fill that duty. Call Brother
Aronovitz, 3-7768, and offer
your services to the Committee
in charge of the dance.
In charge of art
Mr. J. J. Li|
ernl haii-man, assisted by
Stanley Hod. s, Mr. Josi ph \.
Berman, Mrs. Jan .1......-. Mr.
Ilill Slote, and Mrs. Maxwell
Hyman. All members and friends
are urged to attend as pro,. ,]
will be used for the furnishing of
the n,-w home, now nearing com-
pletion, located at 42nd avenue
and West Flagler street.
Board Elects
New Members
Stanley C. Myers. Sam Blank,
i Joseph Lipton, William Shayne
j and George Goldberg were elect-
ed to the board of directors of
the Young Men's Hebrew Associa-
tion at the first meeting of the
new administration last Thursday-
evening, held at the home of Mr.
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector.
WATC II
C () M P L E T E
AUTHENTIC
A Community
Service
. i. tly ar-
rived heie. Tl
in Vienna
had even in the
case of sick p< i sens.
1 e refugee painted a sicken-
ing picture of poverty and hun-
ger. For the most part, he
Jewish men and women wear
WOOdl tl shoes since all leather has
been confiscated by the army.
Jews are ea ily recog izable, he
said, because of their wooden
----------------, shoes, ragged clothes and skeleton-
I like figures
F ()]{ i Tne l"'1"' "'' tobacco through-
out Austria has become prohibit-
ive. Newspapers have become a
luxury and the great majority of
the Jews have no idea of what is
going on sine they cannot afford
to buy newspapers and do not own
radios. One need only walk
through the streets of Vienna, the
refugee said to see the behind-
the-line effects of the war.
One report here stated that the
Gestapo had started to seize all
food packages sent to Jews in Aus-
tria from other countries.
According to another report, a
] similar situation exists in Nazi-
controlled Czechoslovakia with the
! Nazi army confiscating food and
medical supplies. Previously, the
Czechs had given Jews some food
but present war demands make it
impossible for most Czechs to get
sufficient food even for them-
selves


PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH rLOBIDIAN
FRIDAY, JUNE 14.

SOCIAL ACWniES *
SOJOURNS
IN NORTH
Mrs. Louis Epstein and daugh-
ter Rhea, left .Sunday morning fox
a sojourn in the north during
which they will visit in New York.
Cleveland and Detroit.

\ [SITS
HERE
G. Jacobs of New York
arrived in Miami to attend the bar
mitzvah of her grandson, David,
ion of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ja-
cobs, which took place Thursday
u Beth David Synagogue.
*
BAR MIZVAH
HELD
A large audience was present at
the Bar Mitzvah of Albeit Esken-
a:'.i son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor
: .i/.i. Wednesday Shei
12th al the Be th David Syn-
Albert, cantor of the
Junior Congn r two and
one half \ i an original
I Rabbi Max Shapiro
\ reception followed the
* *
I E.W ES
FOR NORTH
Mr. Marvin Teller left Sunday
for New York where his marriage
to Miss Selma Brown will take
June 22nd. Following the
ceremony the couple will return
to Miami Beach to reside. Mr.
Teller is manager of the Drake
Hotel. A reception upon their ar-
rival .Tune 24th will be tendered
to them at the hotel with Mr. Sid
Shayne as host.
*
BEACH MIZRACHI
TO MEET
The men's and women's divis-
ions of the Miami Beach Mizrachi
will hold a joint meeting Satur-
day evening at 8 o'clock at the
Beth Jacob synagogue of Miami
Be-ach. A report on the Mizrachi
community Lag B'Omer picnic will
be given and other important bus-
iness will be transacted. The pub-
lic is invited.

ENGAGEMENT
ANNOUNCED
The engagement of Miss Rose
Nathan, daughter of Mr. L. M.
Nathan of Savannah, to Clarence
Allen is being announced by her
father. Miss Nathan has been
residing in Miami with her sister
and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
George Stone. The wedding will
take place during the summer.
BAR MITZVAH
TO BE HELD
The bar mitzvah of Arthur J.
August, son of Mr. and Mrs. .lack
August, will take place Saturday,
June loth at 111 o'clock at the
Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will address the boy
and Arthur will recite a portion of
the law. A reception will follow
the services in th,- Talmud Torah.
All friends are cordially invited.
to at;end. Mr. August is a past
president of Beth David Syna-
gogue,
* *
TO HOLD
CONVENTION
The Southern Younk Judaea re-
gion will hold their 2ist annual
convention lane l':> through June
26th in .Nashville. Tenn. The pro-
gram will include six business
!is. two dances, a banquet,
an evening sponson d by the Bus-
iness and Professional Women's
and Senior Hadassah, and
:.n afteri.....n and night at the Y.
M.-Y. W. H. A. Camp. The Y. M.-
Y. W. II. A. building has been
chosen ;,s the convention head-
is witli Miss Rai he! F, So-
lid, convention chairman, in
charge of arrangements, I.
ration blanks have been mailed
and those desiring to at tend are
requested to mail blanks immedi-
ately. Th.- Nashville Young Ju-
dai ana extend a cordial invitation
to all Judaean members to attend.
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
NBI
LEAVES
MIAMI
Mr. Abraham Bramson will
Miami Sunday for
siay
a two
in Worcester, Mass.
eave
months
BENEFIT (AIM) PARTY
HELD
Mr. and Mi's. Jules Wilson wi iv
hosts a: a lawn party at their
home. 1948 S. W. I6t* street,
Thursday, June 13th at 8 p. m.
for the benefit of the Harry Anna
Miller Crippled Children's Hos-
! ital of Umatilla, Florida. Bingo,
mah Jong and other games were
played, and refreshments served.
SPONSOR
PICNIC
The Workmen's Circle Branch
692 will sponsor an all day picnic
Sunday, June 23rd at Bardie's
Casino, First street and Ocean
Drive, Miami Beach. Plans have
been made for a boat ride July
4th. Detai b of both affairs will
l. published in the next issue.
* *
INJURED
IN FALL
Mrs. [.. .1. Hart* i^ rei uperating
;.i her home. s:il S. W.
from injuries received
and would appreciate
\ isiting her.
loth Ave..
a fall,
friends
in
her
THE GATEWAY TO HEALTH
DR FREDERICK BUTLER
Dietetic Chemistry
Naturopathic Physician
CHIROPRACTOR
163 41st St., Miami Beach
PHONE 5-7808
LEAVE FOR
VACATION
Mr. Bernie Greenstein, accom-
panied by his mother. Mrs. J.
Greenstein, left Wednesday for
Chattanooga, Tenn.. where they
will join his brother Sam, and
then go to Nashville where they
will visit for a month.
* *
RETURN
TO MIAMI
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen re-
turned from an extended honey-
moon trip to New York, to Miami
Beach where Mr. Rosen is engaged
in business. Mrs. Rosen is the
former Miss Lillian Willens.

BOAT RIDE
TO BE HELD
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Freda Markowitz Post of the Jew-
ish War Veterans will sponsor a
Moonlight Sail for the benefit of
the South Florida Crippled Child-
ren's Home. Monday, June 17th,
aboard the Yacht Seven Seas leav-
ing Pier S at 9 p. m. Mrs. Ann
Brooks, chairman, is being assist-
ed by Mesdames Florence Marko-
witz and Beatrice Shapiro. All
members and friends are urged to
attend.
NUPTIALS
SOLEMNIZED
The marriage of Miss Sara
Lehrman, daughter of Mr. an!
Mrs. Max Lehrman. to .Marvin I-.
Trattni r of Oakland. Calif.,
Mr. and Mis. Ben Trattni r of To-
ledo, Ohio, to..]; place Sunday eve-
ning at the home of the brid '-
parents. Rabbi Max Shapiro .
Beth David Congregation
ated. A i ecept on followed the
ceremony. The couple left for a
honeymoon trip to include Ti
Los Angel b and Oakland, where
they will reside, Mrs. Trattner
was graduated from Miami High
School. Mr. Trattner att<
University of Toledo,
OPEN MEETING
TO BE HELD
The Sisti rhood of the
h Jewish Community
Miami
Center
nl E iclid Avenue and Fourteenth
Place will hold an open mi
!- at 9 p. m. Mr.
\ \ emini nt attorney,
will sneak .in "The .1 -ws in This
I> mo rai y." will
i :. All i ion bers and
. I i at-
I i d.
MANY ATTEND
RECEPTION
More than five hundi. .
were present at the twain
wedding anniversary ,-, |
of Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Mil
Sunday evening, at their !.
Pine Tree Drive. Ri ;:.
were served and dancii g
music of an orchestra
joyed. Also honored durii
caning was their son .1
graduated from the Univers
Miami Law School last
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MALEK'S
1832 S. W. Eighth St.
VISITING
HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barson
of
Fort Wayne, Indiana, accompanied
by their son Barry and daughter
Sandra, are visiting in Miami with
Mrs. Barson's father and mother.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosengarten.
They will be joined by Mrs. Ros-
engarten on their return trip,

BABY
BORN
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Roth an-
nounce the birth of a baby son
Monday at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital. The bris will take place
Monday at the hospital. All
friends are invited.
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FRIDAY. JUNE 14, 1940
niK jKwiwa rummiAH
TEMPLE ISRAEL 1
...

137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 1-7746
I
RABBI JACB H. KAPLAN. Ml. O. RABBI COLUAN A ZWfTWAN
<,6 Indian Creek Dr.T-.-im 0 N. B. Il.t St.-M^
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Klth.r er both of the Rabbi, will b. In the T.mpl. .TrT -
Tou may eon suit with them on matter, concerning tb. J.wl. .
nlty. or yur pei.onal problem.. Tou will be ...r^I eym.....*. I
be.rlng and advlc. and. needl.ee ta> aay. each matter will ., ku k I
Mr\tl i-enf Hence. m m I
I
LAND BUY
FOR JEWISH FUND
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)The Jewish National Fund
acquired the largest parcel of
land since the land transfer regu-
lations were promulgated in the
purchase of 2.800 dunenu on the
' "'-till plain of Samaria.
This iconl land acquisition will
provide a bridgehead between
Emek liefer and Hedera. It is
proposed to use the land for the
introduction of maritime and semi-
urban development schemes.
PAGE TURKU
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
I
CONGREGATIONAL
over to the Temple Israel dinner
Do not withdraw thyself from ** a"d *ebTfriends. Reser-
vations $3.50 per person. These
reservations for the outstanding
affair of the year are obtainable
through the Temple office, or the
Friday evening June 14th. at co.(hail,m.ni Dr p^ (,
1' ;",, rSiirs. / Mr-HennM <. *2
uation of the High School depart- h,-j_ ,1
men. of Temple Israel Religious 22 S S committee: Mrs.
under the direction of Mr. S*-*^1?- J" Gcrald Uwi-
v .L '/.. : .. ... "' Mote.
the congregation."Hillel.
Sabbath Eve Services
Students Aid In
HIAS Rescue Work
Nathan Zwitman, teacher in the
school. Graduates of our school
are Irma Bernstein. Ruth M. Wol-
kowsky, Harriet Katz and Stanley
Ratner, and the subject of their
.Memorial Tablet
In consecration of the memory
of Harriet S. Matthews, deceased
April 14th. HMO. sister of Mrs.
addresses will be "The Past M. L. Marcus, a Memorial Plaque
Teaches Hope for the- Morrow." for eternal remembrance will be
Services will be conducted by P'ced on the Temple Memorial
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Tablet, through the efforts of the
Colman A. Zwitman. A reception following: Mrs. Charles Green-
honoring the graduates, will fol- tMd, Mrs. .1. A. Richter. Mrs
low the services. 1 Mark Max, Mrs. A. Silverman!
Important Sisterhood Mrs- Pnce Lilian, Mrs. Samuel
Notre Dame. Ind. (WNS)A
group of Catholic students at the
University of Notre Dame ar-
ranged for a "Penny-a-Day" drive
to raise a special sum as their
I contribution towards the Res-
cue Through Emigration' work of
the Hebrew Sheltering and Immi-
grant Aid Society (HIAS).
The drive which was conducted
during Lent, was the response of
the Catholic student body to a
description of HIAS refugee and
program published in The Cath-
olic Worker, a New York City
publication. The amount was re-
mitted by Rev. Frank E. Gartland.
Prefect of Religion, to Isaac I.
Asofsky. executive director of
HIAS.
j
j 185 NOBTHWE8T THIED AVENUE
j MAX SHAPIRO. R.bbi- mi Southwest 18th Road
j Offke Phone 2-1473 Horn, Phon. 2-J17. j
PEEMAKBNT CALENDAR Mr. August, past president of the
Beth David Congregation, extends
and
a cordial invitation to all members
,and friends to be present at his
Daily services at 7 a. m.
'riday evening, 5:30 o'clock
Sabbath -.vices, Saturday 8:So|"sLTZJ a*. T^ h"
, m I Slnuha thls Saturday morning.
I '<* v*a A recePtiol> Will be tendered in
Xz*7r' "**' -Mm -.......
Junior serviceji. Saturday 10:30', The Rabbl- officers and mem-
1. rr |b,'rs of tm? Congregation and Beth
Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 DaV'd Sistt'lhoo Sunday School Sunday 10:00
Bar-MHsvah Group,
:lHi a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
0:30 a. m.
limitations, and pray that the Al-
mighty grant them 'Nat-has"
from their son and may Arthur
Sunday Krow up' ""--Chupah-UH-Maasiv-
Tovim."
The
Announcement
Silverslein. Mrs. R. K. Adler. Mrs.
The members of Temple Israel S- Halpert, Mrs. Sadie Bishof.
Sisterhood and their friends are Mrs- William Uhlfelder, Mrs. J.
urged by the co-chairmen of the Kasselman. Mrs. ,1. \. Morris.
Red Cross Committee, Mrs. Harry Mrs. Harry I. Magid, Mr. M. L.
Boyell and Mrs. Samuel Katz, to Marcus, Mrs, S. C. Davis. Mrs.
fake part in a most worthy pro- -Mendel Cromer. Mrs. Ben. LeVine
(I'll ^f. \_____ ... -^ _
ject.
Mondays at 9:80 a. m. the ladies
"ill gather in Kaplan Hall of
Temple Israel and will participate
in the sewing project for the Red
Ladies attending are
to bring their lunch. Bev-
erages and refreshments will be
by the Sisterhood Com-
mute!
Dinner Dance
1 dinner dance of the
Mrs. Maurice- Jacobs. Mrs. Ida Opt-
ner, Mrs. M. Feinberg, Mrs. Har-
ry Kanter, Mr. s. I.. Mate. Mrs.
Irving Frumkes, Mrs. Anna Per-
lin. Mrs Charles Oppenheim, Mrs
Elry Stone. Mrs. Richard Golden,
Mr. Benj. Marcus, Brookline,
Mass.; Mrs. William S.-.llis. Hrool;-
line. Mass.; Mrs. Samuel Narcus.
Brookline, Mass.; Mrs. Sarah
Rambach, Brookline, Mass.: Mrs.
Gussie Gillispie, Detroit. Mich.;
YOUNG JUDAEA CONVENTION
TO ATTRACT 500 DELEGATES
New York (WNS)More than
500 delegates from every section
of the country, representing 25,000
adult leaders and members, will
converge on the city of Baltimore,
Md.. over the week-end of July '!
to 7 for the 82nd annual conven-
tion of Young Judaea.
Talmud Torah
summer semester of the
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed- Hebrew School began last Monday
itsday of Month. (morning. We canrfot emphasize
Congregational Meeting ESSJ imortan- <* "-"
istering for the summer sessions.
The first Congregational meet- Most assuredly, three months of
ing with the new administration Hebrew work during the summer
will take place this coming Sunday is equivalent to nine months
evening at 8:15 at the Beth Da d | throughout the year, for during
auditorium. The ratification of the morning sessions of the Tal-
the budget for the lire year and !mud Torah, the student's mind is
the election of those i charge of more receptive than during the
the Spiritual activit of the Con- 'months when secular studies are
-|. ....."-' "i ine 1.....-" uiniD|iir, I'cmin, -Mien.;
wll '"' held at the Holly- Mr. and Mrs. Max Mats, Minefield.
*.....' '' ; li'"''1 Tuesday eve- W. Va.j Mr. Saul S. Matthews.
'"* June 18th, 7:30 o'clock, feat- Brookline, Mass.; and Mrs. E. E.
'.excellem floor show. Covits. Brookline, Mass.
*"d ,,ano,n* !" the open air patio.
""' entire facilities of the Holly.
'.....' l;"'1' Hotel will be turned
In Memorial!)
May the Father of Peace send
peaci to ;d! lio 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 W.
Levin, father of Mr Harold Land-
field and Mr. Edwin Landfield;
Lipman LeVine, father of Mr,
Bi n.i. LeVine; Frieda Plant, moth-
er uf Mr. Morris Plant; Rosalind
Eppstein, sister of Mr. Jacob Epp-
stein; Deborah Optner, mother of
Mrs. Ida Optner. and Mathias
Coleman, father of Mrs. Harry
Kaufman.
gregation will take lace.
It is urgent th t the members
and their wives present at that
meeting. Sho- our loyalty and
allegiance to 1 ir institution by
exercising yon, voice in the busi-
ness matters of our congregation'
1
attended to as well. Classes arc
'held every morning from 9 to 12.
Annual Sisterhood Picnic
The annual elaborate picnic of
the Beth David Sisterhood will
take place Sunday, June 3( 5
throughout the entire day at
Do nol 1 us! Be present this Hardie's Casino. We ask the co-
coming Sunday evening at 8:15, operation of the members and
A spirited meeting and the eke- friends to join us and partake 1 1"
tion of six members to the hoard ""' delicious chicken dinners and
took place at the annual Cong various other foods which w
gational meeting held last Sunday arranged to meet the des
night in the and.!..num. Refre h- '
men;- were s rved by the B th
"avid S .....I. under th
manship of Mrs. .1. Engler.
Bar Mitzvah Celebrations
Arthur, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack August will be B
Mitzvi the s< ,. k-i
' day morning at '. o'clocl ,
our many friends. All fi ds will
be homemade and \* ithin
of po] ... prici -. Mrs. J. E
is in charge of this affair.
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VOLUME 13No. 24
BLACKOUT
Tramp! Tramp.' Tramp;
The Nazi heel stamps on the proslrate body of Holland.
Tramp.' Tramp! Tramp;
The German boot crushes the bones of Belgium.
Tramp! Tramp! Tramp;
The monster marches on and all Europe shakes to the tread of
the steel feet. [
Tramp! And a 600-year-old Jewish culture is ground into the
earth in Amsterdam.
Tramp! And the Jews of Belgium, some of whose forefathers
found a haven in this tolerant little nation from the savagery of the
Spanish Inquisition, are faced with the possibility of a new expul-
sion or worse.
Tramp! Tramp! The Nazi marches against civilization, A
lunatic of immense power and ferocity strides on and on and will
march until his brutality is stopped by the world.
Tomorrow we will weigh issues and circumstances. Today we
cannot but weep for gallant little Holland and Belgium and other
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
It was a timely Idea of the
Americanization Committee to
procure a copy of tne original
Constitution of the United States
and present it to 'he Y. M- H. A.
to be displayed in their library.
To quote Brother Maurice Gross-
man, executive director of the
Y., ""This priceless document
should be displayed where we can
look at it constantly and appre-
ciate its greatness. We should
forever be thankful that we live in
a country which still respects and
protects the sacred rights of the
people as set forth in the Con-
stitution." Brother Grossman's
remarks are evidence of his sin-
cerity of purpose and the fine
ideals for which he stands. The
V. M. II. A. is very fortunate in
having him as one of their leaders.
. More power to Brother Gross-
man and the Y.

Our campaign to raise $1,000.00
for the Crippled Children's Hos-
pital and School is drawing to a
close and Brother Kopelowitz made
a final appeal to those who have
not as yet sent in their contribu-
tions, to do so this week. Our
B'nai B'rith campaign will offi-
cially close this week. To those
of you who intended to solicit
contributions from your friends
and have not as yet done so, set
aside an hour or two some day
this week and you will find it a
simple matter to fill one of the
contribution sheets with ten or
fifteen names. We owe this to
Brother Kopelowitz who has de-
voted all his time and effort to
this drive for the last six or eight
weeks.

Brother Simonhoff was right
when he said in making his Anti-
Defamation Committee report
"that the activity of his commit-
tee did not lend itself to reports,
that his committee worked quietly
and does not seek any glory." .
But we cannot permit the work of
FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1940
countries, for the arts of peace which were not proof against the bru- this committee to go by unhcrald-
tality of force. The dove was no match for the hawk. The Jewish
community which produced a Spinoza could not be saved from the
Nazidom which produced a Hitler.
Tonight the Mediterranean's waves lap at the shore of a darkened
Tel Aviv. Anti-aircraft guns point out at the sea from a blackout-
shrouded Haifa. The Government has a list of those who will be the
first to be evacuatedif need be. Jewish youths are being trained
in how to put out fires', how to give first aid. Buildings have been
designated as air raid shelters.
Thus the shadow of Blitzkreig falls over little Palestine, a tra-
ditional battlefield of history. Once again the Jewish people wait to
see how forces over which they have no control will treat their home-
land. .
It is ever thus with the small countries. A decision is made in
Berlin and the Lowlands are invaded. Premier Mussolini pushed Italy
into war. and across the Mediteranean the Holy Land must hide itself
in darkness from possible air raiders.
Yet life*must go on. The Jewish National Fund acquires 2,800
more dunams of land (The Jewish Agency appropriates funds for an
extensive irrigation project in new colonies. A group of Jews and
Arabs begin fishing operations on the beach of Caesarea.
Palestine, the shrine of three religions! The cradle of much of
our present civilization! One wonders what the future holds in store
for the Holy Land. One waits, and wonders, and hopes. .
B'NAI B'RITH
ufl
NOTES
by Harold Turk
The orders of our president,
are
Jimmie is a comparatively new
member and is already in harness,
helping to pull the load of B'nai
B'rith work Swell idea, pre-
senting our lodge with an Amer-
ican Hag June 25. Honorable
mention to Brother Goldstein for
his offer to present our lodge with
a Jewish Flag.
It has been my observation that
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BT PHINKAI J. MIKOW)
ed and unsung. The committee
has been the strong arm of our
lodge, and a service to Jewry and
our Country. We understand
your ideas. Brother Simonhoff and
appreciate the sincerity of you
and your committee and the ser-
vices which you have rendered
and we will always look to you .
and your committee for continued
protection.

The recent 5th District Conven-
tion, which was held in Roanoke,
was very well covered at our
meeting by Brother Abbott call-
ing upon a cross section of the
delegates who attended. I believe
that the brothers, who were pres-
ent at Tuesday's meeting, caught
the spirit that the delegates sought
to convey. ... If you have not
spoken to one of the delegates
about the convention, you are
missing a treat. ... If you are
especially interested in the humor-
ous side, ask Brother Feinberg
and insist that he tell you the
story about the Turkish bath he
took in Petersburg. ... It would
also be interesting to lcai*n why a
number of the delegates could not
snap their fingers for a few days
after returning from the conten-
tion.
At the rate Brother Leo Eisen-
stein, chairman of the member-
a number of the old.'r members.
Brother Abbott, are full speed | who are responsible both for the
ahead and every committee in existence of Sholem Lodge and its { ship drive, is increasing the num-
B'nai B'rith is literally buzzing present healthy condition, have en- |ber of members in our lodge, it
with activity and making notable couraged the younger men in the! will not be long before we reach
organization to become active and j our goal of 1500 members. ... Of
carry on our fine work. This is
especially true of Brother Elty
Stone and Harry Simonhoff. This
is very commendable ... To them
WAR ECHOES
Latest rumar about town is that Hitler has offered Palestine to
Mussolini as a reward for entering the war on the Nazi side The
man who years ago advocated President Roosevelt's new defense pro-
gram and ho has proved his ability to mobilize the country's re-
sources has not been named on the President's defense board We
mean Bernard 'M. Baruch. who bucked the Kaiser in the first world
war Among those whom the war has stranded in Kurope is Fritz
Strenghold, who once M-G-M's Berlin manager, and later was moved
to Rotterdam! where he is now stuck The irony of it is that for
years now Strenghold has been Hollywood's best bet for helping to
get relatives out of Nazi clutchesbut now that he's in trouble him-
self nobody can come to his aid ... If your local stores start showing
special illustrated war bulletins in the windows, please be advised that
the cartoons are the work of our good friend Harry Hershfield
I.aie-i import from France is the following, brought in duty free by
Charles Boyer ... A Herman, it seems, inserted in a newspaper an
obituary notice telling of the death of his father, adding that "God
has called him to a better world" The next day the bereaved son
found himself in a concentration camp, for criticizing the government.
THIS AND THAT
Orchids to Harry Warner, of the films' Warner Brothers, who
has sent twenty fully equipped ambulances to France Did you
know that Dorothy Arzner, Hollywood's only woman director, drove
an ambulance in the first world war? Returned to America from
the European theatre of war, where in more peaceful times he was
active in the cause of Liberal Judaism, is Rabbi David J. Seligson
. He has brought along a charming English wife, and hopes to
be permanently established in some American Jewish community
before long The World's Fair Administration still can't get
over the shock it suffered when the Palestine Pavilion proved itself
this season's best attraction at the Fair ... It is outdrawing Gypsy
Ruse Leiwhich must prove that Palestine has a lot of it" .
Aside to Fnglish-.Iewish editors, or Jewish organizations in search
of a good publicity man: M. Z. R. Frank, one- time editor of the
Toronto Jewish Standard and gifted English columnist for the
Toronto Journal, is on the loose now, having transferred his resi-
dence from Canada to the U. S. A. He's a good bet Warning
to all "honorary Aryans:" Mrs. Franz Lehar was one of you, by
virtue of her marriage to the famous Aryan playwright, but the
'honor" was revoked some time ago, and she was put to work
scrubbing streets. .
FIFTH COLUMN COLUMN
Frankly, we don't believe Congressman Pat man's charges against
Carl Byoir, the publicity wizard Patman claims, and Walter Win-
chell supports him. that Byoir has been working for the Nazi govern-
ment in this country The truth, as we understand it, is that Byoir
did represent the Cerman railroads during the first year of Hitler's
regime, but after some of his friends expressed their horror that a Jew
should have any dealings with the Nazi government, and, worse still,
try to create good will for Herman tourism. Byoir cancelled the con-
tract We simply refuse to believe Ihe new charges The G-Men,
incidentally, are finding Winchell a great help in their search for Fifth
Columners Walter's widespread information service often brings
them valuable dope His latest is the discovery of the whereabouts
of the central paymaster for the Nazis in these United States .
W. W. also sounds this hopeful no" un the future of Nazismnamely,
that the new broadcaster of Berlin propaganda aimed at America is a
gent who some years ago was active on Broadway publicizing vaude-
ville Winchell suggests that perhaps the broadcaster will succeed
as well with Hitler as he did with the five-a-day stuff. which practic-
ally extinct now .
FILM STUFF
A film showing how France cares for her political and military
prisoners is being brought to this country by Andre Heymami, head
of New York's French Cinema Center Ane thing you won't si
in the "Confessions of a Nazi Spy" revival ads is the announcer
that six Polish movie exhibitors were executed for having run it in
their houses Tlie-1'act is true, but the copywriters decided that
it's too gruesome for bruiting abroad Oscar Seilin, whose "Life
with Father" production is still packing them in, was never really
successful in the financial sense before he made the grade with his
current hit-but he is credited with the discovery Of such Hollywood
celebrities as Bette Davis. Cary Grant, Fred MacMurray. Olympe
Bradna and Margo Charlie Chaplin is still up in the air about
"The Dictator," the Hitler-lampooning film that is sort of stymied
right now. Hitler being hardly a laughing matter these days .
A refugee who's learning all about America while he works is Di-
rector Fritz Lang, whom Hollywood has chosen to make "The Return
of Jesse James" 1-ang used to be with Germany's Ufa. .
ABOUT PEOPLE
progress.
It was a pleasure to listen to
the report of the Americanization
Committee and to hear of their
plans for a program at our next
meeting on Tuesday. June 25, and many other veterans who have
1940 at the Y. M. H. A. Brother encouraged this situation we are
Jimmie Leonard is in charge of
the program and is doing a splen-
did job in his plans thus far .
thankful and look to JTOUr experi-
ence and advice for further guid-
ance and assistant-.
Hats off to Eddie Cantor, who raised $11,000 for his summer cntnp
for poor children by means of a special preview of "I/iiuisiana Pur-
chase," which brings Irving Berlin's music back to Broadway for what
promises to be a long spell Tilly I.osch, the German dancer who
had to leave her country when Hitler came in, is reported to be work-
ing in a torpedo factory in England Congratulations to Lot ha r
Metal, co-author of the refugee revues "From Vienna" and "Reunion
in New Fork," on his marriage to Beatrice Brill It's a real literary
union, for the new Mrs. Metzl. an author in her own right, is also the
who procured six new members in I niece of the late playwright Samuel Shopman Two former nieni-
a short time, it should be as sim- ben of a Newark High School orchestra are producers Hrman Shum-
pie as pie. lin and Jed Harris of Broadway.
course, it will mean a lot of hard
work for some time yet, but if we
follow Brother Isadore Goldstein's
example, who procured five new
members in one-half hour and
Brother Nat Blumberg's example
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FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1910
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
!:, fore an audience of more than
130 boys and girls and parents, the
Y. H. H. A. under the leadership
of our executive director, Mr.
Maurice Grossman, conducted the
1940 Home Camp rally in prepar-
ation of the second annual Home
(amp session which will begin
By, June 17th. An enthusi-
astic reception was given to Mr.
Grossman for his splendid efforts
in behalf of this project and ad-
dresses were made to the audience
by Dr. Samuel Beckman, newly
elected president of the Y. M.
II. A. and Miss Irene Cohen, new-
|y elected president of the Y. W.
II. A.
Registration was started Mon-
day morning with t>7 registrations
|y in and with prospects of
more than 100. This will more
than triple the total attendance
of last year's Home Camp session.
much praise cannot be given
to Mr. Maurice Grossman who
labored untiringly to make berg, Dave Levine of
this project of the Y. M. H. A. the Cafeteria and Art and
The following is the standing of
the Beach and Civic Leagues:
Miami licach League
Team W
Y. M. H. A............ 1
Lee Johns ...................3
Civic League ................5
Venetian Way ..........2
Claude Neon 1
Richmond Clothes 0
Miami Civic League
Team \V
Y. M. H. A....................1
Y. M. C. A. .1
Brotherhood R. R. Cks 1
Miami Laundry ......1
Army .......................1
Jr. C. Commerce..........0
Miami Beach Batting .
Player AB 1
Al Reisman 12
Leo I.ipowsky 17
Hy Kaut 13
Bennv Oilman 21
L PC.
0 1000
1 Tall
2 714
3 400
6 107
4 000
rue
L PC.
0 1000
0 1000
1 500
1 500
1 500
2 000
Vverages
R H Pc
4 '. 500
4 '. 500
3 f> 385
4 H 381
Junior Hadassah
By hi .in- KruiiKiueiU
The installation banquet for the
newly elected officers of Junior
Hadassah will take place Mon-
day evening, June 24 at the Park
Central Hotel at 7:30 o'clock. Miss
Rosalyn Klein, chairman, is be-
ing assisted by Misses Hose I'uch-
koff Betty Sir, Ruth Qoodstein,
Jean Fedeihar. Cymie Silver,
Mesdameg Pauline Querido, Edith
Proelich, Lee Krick and Cele
BarkowitZ, Installing officer will
be Mrs. S. II. Lutsky, A novel
and entertaining program has
been arranged. Reservations can
be made by phoning Rosalyn
Klein at 2-7115 or Miss Goodstein
at 3-3282. Mothers and friends of
Junior Hadassah are cordially in-
vited to attend.

NAZI SOLDIERS
SEND HOME
GIFTS'-
NAMED NEW DIRECTORS OP B'NAI B'RITH HILLEL
FOUNDATIONS AT PENN STATE AND CALIFORNIA
Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn (left), former assistant to Dr. Solomon
Goldman in the pulpit of Anshe Kmet Synagogue, Chicago, who has
been been appointed director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at
the Pennsylvania State College to succeed Rabbi Theodore H. Gordon
(right), who ill replace Rabbi Mex Merritt as director of the Hillel
Foundation at the University of California.
Paris (WNS) Nazi s ildiers in j
Belgium have been breaking into
News ROW [Jewish sh"' s and homes and Bteal-
Thanks to Phil and Jerry Wein- '
Southern
Sam I.c-
. was reported here. Nazi officers
outstanding of any Home vine of the Dade Pharmacies .
p in the south. Carrying on their kind donations of chairs to ,,av',' ,Uken "" 8tePa <" Put n enl
their splendid work of last year, the Y. M. II. A. And to Jack
Mr. and Mrs. Leon I.ieberman Kofoed of the Miami Daily News.
again have come forward to play we say thanks fur a swell compli-
arge part in the success of this men( to Mrs. Al Reisman and her
ect of the Y. M. H. A. V'-ettcs. An invitation lias
With a staff of possibly 25 J just been received inviting the
sellors ready, willing and able entire Y membership to attend
In do their part in carrying out the wedding and reception of Mr.
the program, we feel confident Milton Arthur Friedman, past
that this year's Home Camp will president of the Y, M. II. A. to
far surpass anything ever held in mjss Sylvia Stern of Columbia,
the south. South Carolina on the bride's
A few words to familiarize you home grounds Sunday. June 23rd,
folks who have, as yet, to register 7.3Q ,,. m. at the House of Peace
your boys or girls in this health- Synagogue. Our heartiest con-
ful and educational enterprise we gratl'lationsMilt and Sylvia.
did like to make mention of our \\\ nurnbers of the Y. M. H. A.
newly appointed head counsellor, bowling team are requested to
Mr. Melvin Katz. Mr. KatZ was p]ease be at the Miami Recreation
born in Greenville, South Caro- Center Tuesday evening at 7:30
to this practice.
The report also said that tile
Nazi authorities in Belgium have
issue,I a o cree ordering Belgian
Jews to remove the debris caused
by the incessant bombing prior to
the fo'l of the country. Most of
the Jews remaining in Belgium
are elderly persons and young
children, who were unable to free
to France.
GOING
OUR WAY?
lina. February 7. 1921 and mi-
grated to Miami in 1025. He at-
tended grade school and junior
high at Shenandoah and gas grad-
uate from Miami Senior High in
1937. He has been connected with
Boy Scou's as
Scoutmaster of Troop No. 44 for man,
and has had Reisman was appointed chairman
p. m.
Y. W. H. A. News
Board meeting of the Y. W. H.
A. was held Monday evening at
Assistant the home of Mrs. Maurice Gross-
at which time Mrs. Pearl
the past six years,
several years of experience in
camps up north. Mr. Katz comes
highly recommended to take charge
as head counsellor of the Home
Can.p.
Assisting Mr. Katz will be:
advisory committee. Nathan Aron-
ovitz. Fred Jacobs. Howard Le-
vine; counsellors, Yelma Abra-
Harriet Damonstom, Mrs.
. Levy. "Mrs. Molly Belov. Mrs.
Ethel Grossman, Mrs. Roslyn Ber-
. Mrs. Ruth Stein. Mrs. Fssie
Shaffer, Maja WinWer. Kran.es
Ginsburg, Pearl Cinsburg. Naomi
(.! --man, Rita Futeil'as, Phyllis
Schuulman, Rita Grossman. Made-
line Schulman, Elaine London.
Ruth Rosenfeld. Home camp Com-
mit tee, Mrs. Leon
chairman; Mr. Leon Lieberman,
treasurer; Mr. Maurice Grossman,
and Dr. Kauders, camp physician.
Parents, register your boy or
girl now with the Y. M. H. A.
Home Camp and give yourseli
three months relaxation. Phone
3-4012.
.Diamond Ball
Our diar.iond ball heroes are
leading in two leagues at this
writing. Ou:- Beach entry has won
four straight games out of four
COOL, AIR-
CONDITIONED
RECLINING-
SEAT
COACHES
of by-laws committee. Mrs. Jen-
nie Rotfort. chairman of ways and
means committee, and Mrs. Es-
ther Schaffer as chairman of ath-
letic committee.
To Work With Red Cross
Mis. C.ussie Wilson, chairman
of social activities, announced that
a sewing class for the Red Cross
will be held every Wednesday
from 2:iiii to 4:00 p. m. a; the Y
club rooms. Members are as!;e.l
to bring their needles, etc. As-
sisting Mrs. Wilson are Mrs. Iris
Blumberg and Mis Alice Wails-
man.
Family Supper and Card Parly
The Y. W. H. A. will sponsor
a family supper and card party
Lieberman. i Sunday. July 21 at the Y. M. H. A.
building. Supper will begin at
6:30 p. m. with Mrs. J. Engler
in charge, assisted by Mrs. Gussie
Wilson, ticket chairman, and Miss
Sarah Shochet. publicity chair-
man. Proceeds will be. used for
the library fund, so come and make
this a real family get-together.
Tickets are 50c. adults, and 26c,
children.
The next general meeting of the
V. w. II. A. will take p'ace Wed-
nesday, June 26th. Feature of
-TO N. Y. WORLD'S FAIR-
Round Trip
In Coaches
Miami-New York
I
40^5
games played, and the entry in the evening will be a '"USKi'' *"
the Miami Civic League won their gram presented by Mrs. Ait iu
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PAG1 SIX
n.oan>iAji
FRIDAY. JUNE 14. 1910
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1646 I. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KBLLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 19 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-6192
by
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
(The writer will be glad to answer
;m> problem of his readers. Write
to him In care of this neweiKiper)
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Aremae Mill Third Street, Miami aWaeh
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabkl
Hi Michigan Av 'Pnona UM
MAURICl MAMCHII, Ctor
Mi r i.-i.d a..i ...
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES j whose pledge to the building fund
Daily services: 8 a. m, 6:45 p. .?" cnK*tion that they
kindly forward their checks as the
m.
Friday evening: services, 6:80 p
m.
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 6 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 6:16 p. m.
Installation
A large and inspired audience
witnessed a most inspiring instal-
lation ceremony of our Ladies
Auxiliary Sunday night last. The
flower bedecked Synagogue formed
an appropriate setting for this
truly exulting affair. In review-
ing the past activities of the Aux-
iliary and plans of this splendid
organization the noble women of
our Synagogue have amply dem-
rapid progress of our new build
ing necessitates the raising of
the same most immediately. We
pray that the blessings of the
Lord rest upon those who will-
ingly assume their share in this
sacred enterprise.
In the Synagogue
Rev. Jacob Margolis, the chair-
man of our Chevrah Mishna, will
conduct the class in Pirkci Aboth
this coming Saturday afternoon at
5:15 p. m., and will be honored
at the Shalos Sudos circle prior
to his departure for Chicago
where he will spend the summer.
Mazel Tov
Saturday at 8:30 a. m.
Mincha: Daily at 6:45 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday at 7:00
p. m. Rabbi Mescholoff preaches
on "The Portion of the Week."
Maariv: Daily at 7:20 p. m.
Saturday at 7:40 p. m.
Synagogue Windows
The entire front of our syna-
onstrated that thev stand" ready *earty Mazel Tov 8reetin&s to
and prepared to take their place Mr- and Mr*- Kreutzes upon the
among those who are in the fore- I b,rth of thelr son' May they raise
front battling for the remnants of J,'8 Ltorah UlVhupah UI'Maasim
our people and for the perpetua- 'Tovim-
tion of their ideals. We pray that I elcome
the good Lord will endow them I We are Phased to welcome into
with strength and vigor to carry Ur ""dsl Mr' and Mr"' Tannp"-
out their appointed tasks.
Talmud Torah
Regular classes will be held n
Frustrated parents are the
cause of a large percentage of
problem children. You, who have
not fought out your own battles
successfully, cannot pass on en-
lightenment to your children. Con-
fusion bleeds confusion.
You feel bewildered on the mat-
ter, say of work. Is doing it a
virtue or is getting out of it a
virtue? You have never quite de-
cided. Well, be sure your child
will be as undecided as you. Or has been beautificd by the
vou have never become reconciled r ,. ... ,
to -just living"you want an all (installation of stained glass win-
year round vacation, a million dol- dows through the generosity of
tars, the moon. It has never Mrs RucheI Becker and Mr. and
pierced your consciousness, thai ,__ __ _. .
contentment comes from within. Mrs- hrank Bt'lkcr- The CTOtral
Well, do you think your child will window depicts the giving of the
be content to play by himself dur- Ten Commandments on Mt. Sinai
ing mother's busy morning hours anrf ^, f h ist,d land.
to go to sleep without anyone in *
the room with him. In short to The auxiliary windows represent
enjoy the glowing world of his the dual function of the syna-
chiiuhood. Decidedly not. He KOgue, as house of worship and
will want the moon too. .___ ,
. house of study.
If you parents cry against fate,
whine because fortune has not The windows are dedicated to
We are happy to extend most J taken you up, refuse to take your the memory of Jacob Becker, late
place in the world, then your child president and board mvmher of
no matter how well he is clothed
and fed. is in reality ill-nourished ||W conKregation.
and neglected. For he feeds on
your qualities just as surely as
he feeds on bread and milk. If
you tell before him "white lies"
(as you call them) tin1 child
makes no distinction. He will tell
'ies. If you are afraid of light
Synagogue Services [zens, attended. Rabbi Mescheloff
Shachriss: Daily at 8 a. m.; assisted by Cantor Mamchcs and
Mr. Felt, performed the silver
wedding ceremony.
We wish them health and hap-
piness and hope that we may all
meet to celebrate the golden wed-
ding anniversary. Mr. I. L. Mint-
zer is a member of our Board of
Directors. His son recently grad-
uated as lawyer from the Univer-
sity of Miami.
I .caw for Vacation
Cantor and Mrs. Maurice Mam-
chea and children will leave after
Shvuoss for a six week vacation.
They will visit their parents and
a number of northern communi-
ties. They will return to this city
Sunday, July 27th.
PBL01 BfflCH H01ES
baum, parents of Mrs. N. Levitt,
who arived last week from Belgi-
um. We hope that their sojourn
,.._ i <>n our midst will be a happy and
q"L v. Sch' da'Iy CXCept Pleasant one.
Religious School Summer Sessions
This year we have prepared an
entire new curriculum for our
Sunday daily sessions. Classes
will be conducted each morning
ning, he 'will be afraid of light- > from y to 12 undt'r the tutelage of
ning. In his tender years, he has Cantor Maurice Mamches and
Sunday between 8:30 and 11 a. n>.
We urge parents to avail them-
selves of the privilege to have
the children taught even in the
summer time.
Timely Plea
W'e address ourselves to the
many friends of our synagogue
Habonoth Awards
The Miami Chapter of Habon-
oth is very happy to announce the
names of the girls who won na-
tional recognition from National
Habonoth headquarters in New
York. These awards are given
for cultural achievement and club
no choice but to imitate you.
Then sense his bewilderment
when punishment follows on his
Stanley Gruner was a member
of the doubles team that won the
Southern Boys Double Champion-
ship at Clinton, S. C, recently.
Gruner, a student at Falm Beach
High School, is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. O. B. Gruner. Also playing
in the tournament was Louis
Leibovit.
Miss Sonia Shnall.
Children will attend one hour
loing just as you, for example each morning on Mondays, Tues-
have told him to do. Righteous davs Wednesdays and Thursdavs.
indignation is his reaction, a loci- ~, ... .
ing of frustration and finally, all I Jnepe no registration charge
too often, a steadily growing re- for this summer semester. "Spe-
sentment toward the world in cial rates" will be offered new to the memory of the late Samuel
general as represented by you. students.
Also before you fly off on a tan-
gent, consider these questions:
Did your children inherit your <*">." Monday morning. Classes Herman, of Temple Beth Israel
intelligence or lack of it ? Do begin next Monday morning at 9. j officiating. Mr. Feurstein was
they have the same personalty We cannot urge too stronglv the father of Mrs. Harrv Leibo-
traits that you have? Does de- that nts h chjldren vit.
mquency and crime sometimes ,
run in the family?" [during the week for these sum-
William Gallic has departed for
Chicago where he will visit for
several months.
The unveiling of a monument
j Feurstein was held at the Wood-
Registration of students will be- lawn cemetery with Dr. Carl N
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 round-dust and dirt don't
have a chance to accumulate in
corners, grime can't hibernate in
rugs and upholstery. The electric
Sf 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" drud, tery. 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!
'gh y
that fighting chance of becoming
a real person.
are modern, the texts used are in-
teresting, the teachers have excel-
service and activity. In the young-
est group of the Habonoth. the
led by Mrs. George Chert-
I harlotte Blumberg, pi i
lent training, vast experience and -?. *t W" /"ul dauhte
pleasant personalities. ''"'l lH' '".S|,,Mul the su,nl1'
Congratulations
Our very best wishes are ex-
tended to Mr. and Mrs. Abram
Mrs. Ben Wax and daughter
r
months in Maine.
Services for Shevouth wen I I
^MirraEKia
fie&tfa
\\\\
rogn
her devoted service to the Hab-
it Buds.
At the installation ceremonies
Of the H'lds prizes were awards 1
by the group to Charlotte Blum-
bei the girl who brought in the
members and to Louise Ra-
phael, for presenting the finest
ram of the year. Mrs. Kassin
was the mother judged most lik<
her daughter in the Mother and
-liter contest.
The Buds closed their meetings
for the summer with a gala picnic
celebrated in Greynolds park on
last Thursday. Mrs. George i
koff, their spoi ior, planned many
amusing games for girls and the
i picnic was adjudged a complete
succ; ss.
The awards for the girls of the
Blue and White, the intermediate
onsored by Mrs, Lo
Katz, will be announced in next
week's issue.
Board Meeting
The board of directors of the
congregation will meet Tuesday
evening at 8:15 o'clock in the ves-
try rooms of the synagogue. All
members are urged to be present
as important business will be
transacted.
aunt, Mrs Abrams. children, left for the north arter
The ceremony was held on the the nol"days.
lawn of the Rabbi's home. Assii ---------
ing the Rabbi were our cantor and Final reading of the B'nal B* th
I Auxiliary constitution took ,
The second of a series of .
day afternoon card parties was
held at the Beth Israel Schwartz-
meeting of the s,a- berg Hall with Mrs. .lack Fein as
ho itea i.
Best Wishes
A hearty Mi ze' Tov to the fi m
lies and fi ii n Is on the marriage
of Mr. Godfrey K. X. wman and
Miss B< atrice Schwartz held Sun-
'i: ft rno m at her home in the
: ' t s large audience of
- May theii life be filled
with ha] piness.
Mizrachl Meeting
Our Miami Head, Mizrachi wi I
hold the
son Saturday nigh: at 8:00 o'cl k.
An interesting program has been
l"v,'a"',i 1".....rtanl man,,- will
be discussed. A repi rl of the Miz-
rachi sponsored, community Lag
B'Omer picnic will be given.
All men and women are invited.
Mazel Tov
Our officers, board and congre-
gational members join the many
friends of Mr. and Mrs. I. I.. Mint-
zer. in congratulating them on the
celebration of their twenty-fifth
wedding anniversary held last
Sunday night at their home.
Hundreds of people, including
professors of the University of
Miami, and many prominent citi-
Monday night at the monthly
.: held at Temple i;. th El,
Guests present were Mrs. Philip
May and Mrs Salzman. Mrs.
Barney Blicher and Mrs. Philip
Blicher were hostesses for the so-
cial hour.
Mrs. G orge M. Pry has donat-
ed an American Flag to the local
B'nai B'rith Ladies Auxiliary.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1910
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
Hats Off! The Flag Is Passing By
Hats off.' Along the Street there comes
A hi are of bugles, a ruffle of drums,
A flash of color beneath the sky:
Hcts off! The flag is passing by.
From "The Flag Is Passing By"
By Henry llolcomb Bennett
WHAT a picture it makes. A precious gem
of star-spangled bunting: that carries in its
folds all the aspirations of America ... it means
more to 135,000,000 Americans than all the gold
buried under Fort Knox, all the skyscrapers from
New York to San Francisco.
And along the Avenue as the flag goes by, hearts
beat faster .. pride grows stronger Liberty and
justice are marching The American Way is on
parade.
The American Way the way of peace and jus-
tice. The American Way threatened today by
: foreign-inspired "Fifth Column" groups seeking
to create confusion, inaction and panic ... to disrupt
oiw national unity by setting race against race, class
against class, religious group against religious
group.
As dark clouds hover over the world, our flag is
more precious to us than ever. Stronger than
traitors ... it is our bulwark against foreign armies
and foreign "isms." Stronger than Communist,
Nazi or Fascist .. strong as democracy itself.
Our hats arc off, our hopes ride high, our hearts go with it, as the flag goes by
IN HONOR OF FLAG DAY THIS TRIBUTE IS SPONSORED BY
Grand Army of the Republic
United Spanish-American War Veterans
Disabled American Veterans of the World War
Jewish War Veterans of United States
Catholic War Veterans of United States
Veterans of Foreign Wars of United States



PAGE EIGHT
Nazis Order
Doctors To Aid
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JUNE 14, I9itl
London (WNS)An indication
that the losses suffered by the
Nazi army since its invasion of
the Low Countries must be enor-
mous was furnished by two re-
ports reaching here.
One report stated that the Nazis
had ordered the release of all Jew-
ish doctors imprisoned in concen-
tration camps throughout greater
Germany and recently occupied
Nazi territories. German doctors
are unable to cope with the num-
ber of wounded soldiers, the re-
port said, and Nazi authorities
found it necessary to call upon
Jewish doctors for service.
All Jewish doctors In Austria,
Poland, Czechoslovakia, the Scan-
dinavian and Low Countries, in
addition to those in Germany it-
self, have been ordered to report
to Nazi military hospitals. Jew-
ish physicians in concentration
camps have been released for war
duty. Severe penalties have been
announced, the report said, for
Jewish doctors who refuse to work
in military hospitals.
The second report said that
Nazi authorities, alarmed at the
extent of the German losses, are
considering drafting Jews for act-
ive military service, a reversal of
the Nazi decree of 1938 which
barred Jews from the army. Since
the beginning of the war, last
September, Jews have been con-
scripted into labor battalions but
have not been required to serve
with the army.
Meanwhile, the official Nazi ra-
dio and newspapers have launched
a concerted attack on Jews in the
United States and Argentina,
charging that the Jews are tak-
ing the initiative in building pro-
Ally and anti-Nazi sentiment in
these two countries, it was learned
here.
The Nazi press concludes its
editorial attacks with a warning
that the day is coming" when
Nazi Fuehrer Hitler will square
accounts with the Jews of America
and the South American Republic.
The German press is particularly
bitter over the fact that the Unit-
ed States is selling airplanes and
other military equipment to the
Allies.
The Nazi papers have concen-
trated their venom on Secretary
of Treasury Henry Morgenthau.
Jr., Gov. Herbert Lehman of New
York, Bernard Baruch and Mayor
Scene at the ground breaking ceremonies of the National Children's
Convalescent Home which is now Hearing completion and for which
the proceeds of the Father's Day Vaudeville Show to be held Sunday
evening at Flamingo Park, will go.
moved to the comparative
of Lisbon from which to carry on
the work of providing shelter in
Palestine for Jewish refugees
now in Switzerland.
The Geneva office of the Irnmi-
gration Department of the Jewish
Agency has announced that it has
entered into negotiations with the
Hadassah Organization, the J
Distribution Committee and the
Hicem in an effort to effe>
financing of the transfer of 1,070
Jewish refugees, including | o
youths, into Palestine. The in
ent danger of Nazi invasion makes
particularly urgent the removal of
these refugees from Nazi-don
ated lands to the Jewish National
Homeland.
CAMP WOHELO for GIRLS
85 miles from Washington, D. C, 60 miles
from Baltimore. Md; in the heart of the
Blue Ridge Mountains.
Fiorello H. LaGuardia of New
York City. The editorials boast
that American and Argentine Jew-
ry will meet the same fate which
befell the Jews of Europe.
Argentine Jews are charged
with fomenting anti-Nazi dis-
turbances and organizing "pog-
roms" on the German colony in
that land. Both the press and
radio threaten revenge in the near
future.
ELEVENTH SEASON
OPENS JULY 1st
For information helpful to
-^J you and your daughters,
write or phone
OWNER and DIRECTOR
BERTHA LEVY
1625 S. W. Uth Street
MIAMI, FLA.
Phone 2-5944
Hungary Passes
Anti Laws
Budapest (WNS)The complete
economic collapse of Hungarian
Jewry was speeded up with the
announcement that Jews may no
longer own hotels, restaurants and
cafes. Recent legislation has vir-
tually barred Jews from the pro-
fessions, manufacturing and com-
merce.
Jews may continue to operate
hotels and restaurants in small
towns providing there are no other
hotels in these towns. It was an-
nounced also that Jewish univer-
sity professors will be compelled
to relinquish their private librar-
ies and Jewish librarians will be
outsted from their posts.
Meanwhile the systematic liqni-
ation of Jewish enterprises con-
Itinues. Every day a number of
;.Jewish shops are closed down and
taken over by "aryans" Jews in
I the professions and trades have
been reduce.I to 6 percent, in many
3 per cent, of the entire pop-
ulation.
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Geneva (WNS-Palcor Agency)
Officials of the Geneva office
of the Jewish Agency for Pales-
tine categorically denied wide-
spread rumors that the headquart-
ers here had been transferred to
Lisbon. Portugal.
The spread of Nazi war opera-
tions to the very borders of Switz-
erland had given rise to the be-
lief that documents and personnel
of the Jewish Agency would be
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Rabbi S. Wrubel, Directorfor 1940 Season
Camp Dellwood Camp French Broad
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FROM JUNE 23 TO AUGUST 25
For Descriptive Booklet and Further Information. Write.
RABBI S. WRUBEL
BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA
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