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The Jewish Floridian ( June 21, 1940 )

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c & Jewish IFIaridli regular mi I Tins iny, J 18th, at thi Albion Hotel. Miami Beach, adopted a resolution endorsing the "Humanitj Ball" of Sholem Lodg ol B'nai B'rith. he organization also adopted a resolution thai evcty r of the Civi • League should shoul I constitute a commi'.ti e I i assist the B'nai B'rith in the i of tickets for the dame to be hi Id July 1st at the Civic Centi r, the ntira proceeds of which arc to be given to the American Red [t. e Fund. Abe Aronovitz, assistant city y 0 f Miami • %  cJ the nization on tl rl "' • .i wa in Our D< mocra The new officers recently elected are to be iiv*t Sunday. June 23rd at tlu olumbus Roof. Carl Gaiilti ir is man of the in tnl a.v.,• %  mmiti e and invitations ha' e been all members. Th %  thai nan a-tnounced thai art att. nd %  %  • pro imati ly *'.'0 • ould %  %  %  i tho [nsiallation Banquet whi< h ithe outstanding affair ea :h year of i'. ( < ivic l eagoe. London i VYN'S) After 12 days of bitter M sistanee, during whicl hundreds ol thousands of nun 1 en v. ore killed. Hitler's mechanized battalions. Weakened by Fascist "fifth column" elements, bel rayed by al of lnr own generals, I i: e, one of the orld's few recrai fell befoi e the hi ared Nazi war mail li gram arranged for II Day by Miami Civic and Pal organizations. Tentative plans are for a 30 minute ceremony, highlight ol which will be the turning Oi f.rst shovelful of dirt in the $2 i0,(KI0 building program of a h which will serve nol only the handicapped childn n of ten South Florida counties but all child the area in nee.I of hospitalization. without regard to color, racer en ed. total raised by tl e B ai B'rith committee through June 19, amounted to $806.00 which, according to Chairman K .pi I is larger than any Other [raternal organize ion has raised [or the hospital to dati H is hoped thai nany more will COntil ue to conribute to tins worthy cause by sending one dollar f r each member of their [amilies thereby be(Continued on Page l > Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Ad'einvite the Jewish public Lu ttt. .. An from Former Gov-ernor Dava Shoitz en "World Conditions Tod .it their home 425 E. Rivo Atto Drive Rivo Alto Island. Miami Beach Sunday, z p o:' 111: Loa i x J or the A gi i children'Home; | superintendi nt of the Ri ; i School of Temple B< th F. Israel, president of M i Metropolitan Conference of T mple Brotherhoods of wl treasurer and later vice president; War Diary O f A Belgian Refugee • ,. i.:i T ,...>re n By MARGUERITE GILBERT (Hlth-i eonuuers s Ii ni and thou,,, u • oul I i me i I'" i ,„„.., evm lati Hltlei mar. >? n. executive board. He is a mi mb of /.ei i lii la r.m and Delta S Rho. honorary debate fraternity, pa:: mast< r Masonic %  w, r i ity No. 1)1 A \. VI., .. mend', r of ] try Club. He imarried ami hatwo VIr. Jn %  i %  '" July 7th I a nee Hi.? h udq (ai I i will ina maintained I year i %  %  Congress for ervicc to the Col mini ii y. A n .ui'i i "'. r %  | are being planned :' thai I will be enabled meet the Greater Miami Community. Mr. Stanley C. Myers, president of the Federation, in announcing th' appointment state. i "That a tor careful consideration and dtu deliberation Mr. .Joffe was selected to act as director of Federation. His record of commul work with which lie has affiliated himself throughout hi> life h.08 proven him the type of man Fed%  ritieii must have and one v. will fill a need in this area. Federation's rapid growth has made it necessary for a professional leader to devote full time to the greatly increasing details entailing the operation of the organization." With community cooperation the directors of Federation believe Mr. Joffe will carry Federation to greater heights enabling it to expand and increase its invaluable aid to the many organizations now affiliated with it. £



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'il \l PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAJf FRIDAY, JUNE 21. 194. ti SOCIAL AC\11\1HES RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor IN VEILING HELD *"* The unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of the late Morris Abraham, former treasurer of the Beth Jacob Congregation, was held Sunday afternoon at Woodlawn cemetery. The services m ere conducted by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff assisted by Cantor Maurice M;i niches. • • • WBDOING SOLEMNIZED The wedding of Miss Bernice Bauer to Irving Laibson, well known musician, was held on the lawn of the Admiral Hotel Sunday afternoon. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated in the presence of the families and hundreds of friends. A reception followed. • • • PICNIC TO BE HELD The Workmen's Circle Branch No. o"32 will hold an all day picnic Sunday. June 23rd. at Hardie's Casino. Miami Beach. Complete dinners, etc.. will be available. • VISIT BALTIMORE Mi. and Mrs. Charles Strauss left for a month's stay in Baltimore, where they will visit relatives and friends. Mrs. Strauss is corresponding secretary of the Y. W. H. A. • • CONVALESCES AT HOME Mrs. L. J. Hartz is convalescing at her home. *{4 S. W. 10th Ave., fro* injuries recently received in a fall, and would appreciate her friends visiting her. BEACH MIZRACHI PLEDGES The Miami Beach Mizrachi men 1 and women held ^heir closing meeting of the summer at the Beth Jacob synagogue Saturday night. Reports of the first annual Lag B'Omer party and JNF work were given. More than $()0 have been contributed to the JNF this year and 200 trees have been purchased. Fifty dollars was pledged to the Nachalat Hcrzog, a new colony being built in Palestine by the Mizrachi. A Vaad L'Crizuk Hadas. a committee for the strengthening of Jewish observances, was appointed, and will hold a meeting in the near future. • • LEAVE FOR NEW YORK Mr. and Mrs. Al Reisman left Sunday for New York where they will visit relatives and friends. They were accompanied by Mrs. Reisman's mother. Mrs A. Roberts, and sister Miss Marjorie Roberts. • • TAKE TRIP Mr. and Mrs. William Clein will leave for an extensive trip through the states. • • • ABLE TO SEND FOOD BIAS, Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society, announces that it is now in a position to send Kosher Food Packages to the following countries To the entire German occupied Poland, to Germany itself, to Austria, and to Russia. Orders for these food packages will be taken at the local HIAS office. Room 401 Congress Building, phone 3-5377. GOING OUR WAYt SILVER METEOR De Luxe Coach Streamliner NEW DAILY SERVICE To Washington, New York and the East from Tampa, St. Petersburg and West Coast cities as well as from Miami and the East Coast. 24 HOURS 55 MINUTES TO NEW YORK De Luxe travel at new. low Coach fares. Air-conditioned. Dining car. •erring low-priced meal*; tarera oar; ioaznge-obtervation car. Stewardea*Dorae. Radio entertainment. DieteleMwered. All seats, going or returning, must be reserteil 7.V ADVANCE. Lr. Miami daily at 10:00 A. If. New. improved schedule. • Southbound, leave New \ork, 2:30 P. IfWashington b:50 P.M.. Ar.W.Palm Beach 2:08 P. M.. Ar. Miami 3:30 P. M. Also new faster schedules for the Southern States Special. Reclining. aeat coaches, sleeping cars, lounge car. Lv. Miami 10:30 A. M. ALL-EXPENSE TOURS TO N. Y. WORLD'S FAIR via SEABOARD Economical. Complete. Ask any Travel Agent. All TRAINS AIR-CONDITIONED Con-uli T.\T. LucLett. A.G.P.A.. Seaboard Railway, 173 East FTagler Street. Miami Phone 3-8391 TRAVEL NOW — TAKE A YEAR TO PAY Easy to Arrange. No Red TapeAsk Seaboard Ticket Agent WEDDING TO BE HELD Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman and daughter. Rosalind, lcf< Thursday for Columbia. South < arolina tO attend the wedding of their son and brother, Milton A. Friedman to Miss Sylvia Stern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Stern, Sunday evening, June 23rd at 7::10 p. m. in the House of Peace Synagogue. Following the wedding there will be a bridal dinner for the immediate family and bridal attendants, after which a reception will be held for all friends at the Wade Hampton Mote!. Attendants at the wedding will be Miss Ann Stein, sister of the bride, maid of honor; Mrs. Leonard Paul, matron of honor; bridesmaids, Misses Tillye and Irene Stern, sisters of the bride; Miss Rosalind Friedman, sister of the groom, and Miss Helen Sribnick. Mr. Elliott Serotta will be best man, and groomsmen will be Henry Stern, brother of the bride; Abram Berry. Irving Karesh Sol Breibart. Ushers will be Iz Sribnick. Phil Rosen. Norman Sultan, and Jerry Lewis. The bride attended the University of South Carolina, where she was active in arts and dran She is a member of Delta S social sorority. The groom att ed the University of Miami, and was graduated from th< University of Florida Law School. While there he took an active part in campus activities, particularly in debating and glee club work. He isa member of Phi Beta Delta Fraternity, past president of V. M. H. A., past secretary of B'nai R'rith. present secretary of Beth David Synagogue, member of the leration of Jewish v. .-. i is very AZA • %  deputy of the order. Imm • dding the couple will leave by boat for a honeymoon trip :>> tuba. Upon their return here where Mr. Friedman is enga) the practice of law having offices in the duPont Building, they will make their residence at 501 14th Street, Miami Beach. • • • LEAVES FOR NORTH David Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jacobs, left Sunday with his uncle for New YoTk where he will spend the summer. • • • BABY IS BORN Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fine of Cincinnati. Ohio, announce the birth of a son. Richard Howard, Thursday. June 0th, there. Mrs. Fine is the former Sylvia Miller of Miami. VISIT HERE Mr. and Mrs. A. Goldstein, accompanied by their daughter Blanche and son Charles, formerly of Palm Reach and now of Birmingham Ala., arc visiting in Miami with Mr-. Goldstein's mother and father. Mr. and Mrs. William Clein. • • • ELECTED TO OFFICE Dr. Albert K. Rosenthal, prominent dentist, was recently elected vice president of the Miami Dental Society for the 1940-41 year. Dr. Rosenthal is active in Federation work, civic and communal affairs. • • • VACATION IN PENNSYLVANIA Mrs. Henry Gabbe, accompanied by her daughters Rhoda Ji an and Mary Lou, will have Sunday for Lancaster, Pa., when' they will visit in the Pennsylvania mountains and New York. • • • \l VRRIAGE is HELD The wedding of Mi Wallick to Harry Kessler was hi Id a; the home of the bride Sui day afternoon. Rabbi Moses Ml -eheloff ated in th of the immediate family and close %  Is. VACATION IN NEW YORK Rabbi and Mrs. Oilman A. Zwitman left Thursday for New York where they vacation during the month of July. While in the north Rabbi Zwitman will attend several conferences and i at Harvard University. • • • SPECIAL MEETING CALLED The Sisterhood of the Beach Community Center at Euclid Avenue and 1 Place, will hold a special meeting Tuesday. June 2oth at 8 p. ,,,. the purpose of the meeting is | plete plans for the mah jong and card party to be held in thi den Center Sunday evening. June 30. Tickets now obtainable. For the Finest in STRICTLY KOSHEit Meats & Poultry PHONE 2-4994 MALEK'S 1832 S. W. Eighth St. ii : EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP VIr. and Mrs. E. S. Emanary Proprietors Super Full Circle Retreading and Vulcanizing Used Tires-Bargains Road Service 400-15 Fiat Tires The Onlv Place in Town Who Makes Them i:>01 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-0673 RUMMAGE NEEDED A' rone bavins ai %  nlture, etc, art> not being used or I coop* rate • dies Auxiliary of the • Ifai a Bureau, and %  -• ticlea to ihe M.V.I-: STORE ma;: them. If You Cannot Bring Th;s* to the RUMMAGE STORE Located at 167 N. w. 5ti St. Pleaie Phone Mri. L. J. Hartz. 2 Mn. Morrit Dubler. 5 3"" Mn Harry Kaufman. and they will be called for WILSON PICTURE FRAME >H0P ITI N. w. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-2462 MIAMI. FLORIDA We Call for and Deliver (rerf/adetffFAMILY CLUB MEETS The 'regular meeting of the Family Club was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz featuring a gay nineties skit with Louie Leibovitr, Mrs. Jack Schwartz. Miss Ida Schwartz. Mrs. Louis Leibovitz, Mrs. [sador Fine, Mrs. Oscar Argintar. and Mrs. Arthur Schwartz participating. The program included a Professor Quiz contest witSi Arthur Schwartz conducting and Betty Kirshenbaum winner of the prize. and : g of the original Family Club SOng written hy Miss Adele > gall. Burdine's JERSEY PLAY SLITS J.98 set The same fine quality ravon Jersey play >uits sold out Quickly a few weeks ago: One-piece -hurts s-t buttons don the front. Round neck, yoke in front and hack and two simulated pockets. Circular rut skirt buttons down front. Misses' sizes. BEAi uui: \r. THIRD K| i"



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t FRIDAY. JUNE 21. 1910 na JKWJXH runtmiAv PAGE THREE i *N I CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIOXKER CONGREGATION) SOCIETY i.... TEMPLE ISRAEL 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi— 19;, Southwest 18th Road I Home Phone 2-217* i i i j Offie Phone 2-1473 •PERMANENT CALENDAR J. Kopelowitz, Hairy Mandell, I-ouis Margulies, Syd. Palmer, Sol D.ily .ervtee. at 7 •. m. nd Rotfort J-M ^.^ ^^ Friday .ven.ng, 5:30 o clock iSootin and Mafy Weink e Sabbath ass-vices, Saturday 8:30 i-| ans are DL ing f 0 mu i at ed for a. %  >. | a mother and daughter luncheon Late Friday evening services, to be held at the Beth David TalFriday evening 8:15. mud Torah Wednesday, July 10th, Junior aervicaa. Saturday 10:30 !"**_£? ^ !"!" "^ <' M"; Rose Khrlich. Further details will *" be given in a later issue. Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p. Refuah shlaema n. We pray to the Almighty that Sunday School. Sunday 10:00 a. Hl Krant a p ,. rn anent curi to m. Mrs. Louis J. Hartz who is conMar-Mittyah Group, Sunday va i oscing at hcr homc from an 9:00 a. m. accident. She is indeed deservAdult Hiatory Group, Sunday jng of constant sound health. 10:30 a. m. Leave for the North Sisterhood Meeting, third WadRabbi Max Shapiro left for Tonaaday of Month. MRS. LOUIS MARGULIES Reporting for the Beth David Congregation Talmud Torah We urge parents who have revived notices to register their children for the summer semester of our daily Hebrew school, and who have not done so as yet to I>lease attend to that matter at once. Classes are held daily from '.' to 1 a. m. under the direction of Mr. Louis Gadon. Remerrber, the study of Torah has precedence over everything. Sisterhood Annual Picnic ledo, Ohio to join Mrs. Shapiro I and children who are visiting her j mother. After a short stay they j will continue to New York to visit the Rabbi's parents, where they intend remaining until the end of July. Junior Hadassah By Elsie Kronenfeld At the regular meeting of Junior Hadassah held Monday evening. June 17th at the Beth David Talmud Torah. final plans were made for the unit's annual instalThe annual picnic of the Bethilation banquet to be held Monday David Sisterhood will take place evening, June 24th, 7:80 o'clock at Sunday, June 30 throughout the the Park Central Hotel, Miami entire day at Hardies Casino. Mi-Beach. ami Beach. We ask the cooperaThose taking part in the protion of members and friends to gram will be Mrs. S. II. Lutsky, please come and partake of thetoastmistress and installing officdelicioua chicken dinners and vaer; Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, president rious other foods within the range of Senior Hadassah; Pauline Queof popular prices. Mrs. J, Engler, rido, Edith Frelich, Lee Krick. chairman of this picnic, h.\.; ar Jeannette Simon, Betty Lasky, ranged to meet the desire of our and Rosalyn Klein, many friends. Serving with Mrs. Reservations can still be made Engler on the committee are Misb y calling Rosalyn Klein or Ruth dames Isador Fine. Saul Grief. M.Goodstein. RETURN TO CITY Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Lvin returned to the city Tuesday evening from Rocky Mount, N. C, j where Mr. Levin was recuperating from a minor operation. Mr. Levin was recently elected president of the B'nai B'rith Fifth District. • • • VISITING IN NORTH Miss Dorothy Ann Levin is visiting relatives and friends in Baltimore, Md., while her brother Robert is attending the R. O. T. C. at Aberdeen. Both will be gone for six weeks. I • • • LEAYES FOR NEW YORK Morris Wroobel will leave Sunday for New York where he will | visit for two weeks with relatives and friends. • • .UNDERGOES 'TONSII.ECTOMY I Louis Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, underwent a tonsilectomy operation at Jackson Memorial Hospital, and [ is now convalescing at home. • • • REMOVES OFFICE David A. Frank announces the removal of his law offices to 250 American Bank Building. • • BENEFIT SUCCESS A large audience was present at the successful gala vaudeville show Sunday, June Kith at Flamingo Park sponsored by the National Children's Convalescent Home for the benefit of the furnishing of their new home, now nearing completion. In charge of arrangements were Mr. J. J. LippittMrs. Stanley Hodes. Mr. Joseph A. Berruan, Mrs. Jan Jacobs, Mrs. Benjamin Slote and Mrs. Maxwell Hynian. ... DIVISION TO MEET The Miami Chapter of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress will hold a special board meeting Monday. June 24 at 10:30 a. m. at the Victor Hotel, Miami Beach. All board members are urged to be present as important business will be transacted. Mrs Moses Krieger, president of the local chapter, was elected 187 N. E. lth Street Office Phone 2-7746 I RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN I IM Indian Crook Drive— (-UK tit S. B. Hat St.—I-N4I MIAMI BEACH MIAMI E1th*r or both of th. Rabbla will bo In th. Tomplo ovary morning T*u may eongult with them on matter, concerning tho Jowla ooaunanlty. or your pti tonal problama. Tou will bo aaaured lymoathoolc | hearing and ailvlco, and, needleaa to aay, aach natter will bo ha)4 aa I aUlct conflaonca. Congregational are Mrs. Harry Boyell and Mrs. 'Do not withdraw thyself from Samuel Katz. Both sewing and the congregation.'—Hillel. knitting are done. In Memoriam Sabbath Eve Services "May the Father of Peace send Friday evening, June 21st. at peace to all who mourn and com8:15 o'clock, the late services will fort the bereaved among us." be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kap| At the services this Friday eveIan, ning the memory of the following Sisterhood will be hallowed: Charles Sprintz, All ladies are urged to attend father of Henry Sprints; Moses on Monday mornings at 9:30 Sonneborn. father of Mrs. Herbert o'clock in Kaplan Hall of Temple Simon; and Leo J. Wcintraub, Israel to participate in the sewing father of J, B. Weintraub. Reproject for the Red Cross. Cocently departed. Dr. Harry Levin, chairmen of this worthy project father of Leonard Glickman. to the national board as a director at the recent convention held in New York. Wednesday afternoon at the Revlin Hotel a benefit man jon'j and card party was held with Mrs. Jack Wucher as chairman. Prizes were awarded and refreshments served. ... REPORT HEARD Mrs. L. Wolk. president of tht English Speaking Group of the Pioneer Women for Palestine, reported at the last meeting of the organization, t lat at the end of the season's activities So^-l.'''' was raised and sent to the national office in New York. Mrs. Wolk will leave for Pittsburgh to attend the /.. O. A. convention where she will be the guest of Rabbi and Mrs. M. A. Levine, ... VACATION IN NORTH Mrs. II. Spewaek and daughter Mrs. 11. Decky left for New York Thursday where they will visit relatives and friends, and will return to Miami in September. BENEFIT PARTY HELD Mrs. H. Decky and Miss Sally j Golden were hosts at a bingo party Friday at the Sevilla Plaza Hotel for the benefit of the Red .Cross War Fund. Various card games were played and drinks I served. ... SUCCUMBS TO ACCIDENT INJURIES Harold Schulman. 31. of .">-l2 S. W, 13th Ave., succumbed to injuries received in an automobile accident Monday near Wallerbom. N. ('.. while on the way to New York City. Services were ionducted Thursday afternoon at the '.Miami Jewish Funeral Home and j interment followed in the Wood'lawn Park cemetery. He is survived by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Schulman, two brothers, Murray of Miami and Mark of New York City, and a sister. Mrs. Shirley Elkin of New York City, A companion. Paul 1'arlxi. also succumbed, and rWo Others, Murray Kellman is convalescing at his home, 829 N. W. 7th Ave., and Murray Kalish is in the North Carolina Hospital.



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%  Hi PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. JUNE 21, 1910 m*Jewish Florid fan PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND 0FFICE8 21 8. W. Second Avenue I J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor I FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 B'NAI B'RITH T NOTES OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, West Palm Beach Representative SUBSCRIPTION One year Six Mcnths -• by Harold Turk Dr. Berkley's (B.B.B)) lovely home and grounds were overrun by the B'nai B'rith Histrionic Committee last week and such talent The skit in the form of a radio broadcast that they will put on at tin Patriotic Rally on June 25, will be worth while seeing and listening to thanks to Brother Jinimie Leonard who wrote the script and is directing 'it. Speaking about Dr. Berkley's $t-80 home, did you know that he has a $1.00 FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1940 VOLUME 13—No. 25 FIFTH COLUMN swell swimming pool built in a most beautiful setting, surrounded by trees, a lock garden and a vegetable garden which includes some rare species of growth %  To the Y. M. II. A., orchids, for their offer of the use to us of their grounds for Tuesday. June 2.">th at no cost and their splendid cooperation with numerous details, such as seating arrangements, lighting effects, as als I in SO many other manifold ways. In addition there are a great many brothers who have been aiding in this affair, behind the scenes, about which more will be Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHUfEAi J. _I_OW) Let's analyze this term that has become the most widely-used expression in today's lexicon—the "fifth column." Let's look into it and decide what it means, because indications are that it's going to said mxt week. become horribly abused in months to come. Show your appreciation for n „.„ !" : !" r a • i_ • i • .. ... American ideals, the Constitution The expression first came Into being during the cMl w.r to Spain, ami oul Flag ,, v attendin g th is when the Insurgents had four columns marching on Madrid and some, splendid affair with as many of body referred to the rebel spies working front within Madrid as your friends and relatives as posFrance's fifth column. But "fifth column" achieved wide international %  •We. See you Tuesday night at prominence when Hitler's made it a salient actor in his invasion of ,m *" • •!_•!. ,i Brother Abe Aronovitz's office .Norway, the Lowlands and planned to Use it in England and France. ... ,, %  ,,.,,, has become the Philadelphia Hall Actually, "fifth column" includes two concepts—(1) the Gerof B 'nai B'rith. It is the scene mans sent into a country in various guises, such as tourists or refuand the source of most of the acgees. to play the role of assisting Herman parachutists and other Nazi tivitieS' connected with the Red forces when the day of the invasion comes, and (2) those groups who, Cr0M Humanity Ball that B'nai .,.,. .,.•,c 4.u %  %  i -i B'rith is sponsoring different although citizens of their countries, consciouslv or unconsciously assist committees meet starting about the Nazis by agitation aimed at disrupting unit>. g. 30 jn h( raorning and ending Which of the two regiments in the "fifth column" is the more danabou< ,0 '< lo <'•> : ni *'" • • • gerous? Experience thus for has shown that the Second Regimen. WOnd !' hmv m8 y '"V 1 1 P P reci ate the work that the chairman represents the greater menace. As we have mentioned belore-and as of „ a( .. i v( „„„„„„„. amJ „ u W shall mention again, because the point needs emphasis—Norway's other members of the committee Quisling and Holland's Mussert are not Germans; but they have do? No doubt very few, otherhitched their stars to Hitler's wagon and thus are part of Nazidom's wis < lu w rk nf tne committees scheme of world conquest bv everything but birth. woul<1 not '"' s hard %  ,! "" h „ Aronovitz has enlisted a large arThis point needs emphasizing and ^emphasizing because there my rf vl0rVm wn „ .„.,. doing „ is a tendency among some quarters in the United States to use the splendid job in silling tickets and "fifth column" threat simply as an excuse for a sweeping drive against in getting others to sell them aliens. Already some persons not entirely above suspicion of being getting others to sell them is a recruits for Jhe Second Regiment of the "fifth column" are turning bigger job than selling them yourtheir guns on immigration— with the "fifth column" slogan as their self. Men like Brothers Leo Bisenstein. Rudy Adler. Sol Goldstrom, Dave Emmer, Matty BandThe months to come will see efforts by two sides to utilize the ler and others could very well list nation's sensitivity to the "fifth column." The forces of liberalism themselves as being employed by will seek to show that Americans seeking to disrupt unity, as well as the Bnai B ri,n simc ,h,y s| ', ( ul ., ,. -. ... i many days and evenings on B'nai derman Nazis and Communists in this country, menace our democracy. „, .?. f. ... ,. •Brith activities We need new The reactionaries will seek to turn the drive into a general alien hunt. recruits and reinforcements to acW'e should like to know from Senator Reynolds and Congressman complish the task of bringing reYinson whether they consider the German-born Einstein or the Amerilief to the victims of war Fail can-born Pelley the greater threat to American unity. them not as they are helpless. To show you how B'nai B'rith Thanks to Hitler's tactics of raising treason to a national induswor ks, take the ease of Brother try, the "fifth column" bids fair to become the most important issue in Al Freidus Doc attended the America's drive for security. But let's decide now what the term medical convention in New York means. Before we begin fitting the shoe, let's determine on whose foot Rnd returned on Sunay. On Mon. 4-ii,., dav he procured two more new it belongs. I.et us not permit America %  laudable awareness of the L members remember, he recent"fifth column" threat to degenerate into an alien-baiting drive. Let's )y brought in five new members remember the Second Regiment of the column—the antidemocratic en masse, and Monday afterforces within the American community. noon I met him and gave him a batch of Red Cross tickets to sell and he didn't even squawk ... In ... l.ou f ac t Brother Friedua believes in saying little and doing much Brother Eisenstein doing the impossible by heading a membership 1 drive and at the same time should%  \ 00 eTing a large portion of the rej ,„, sponsibility for making our Hu' ( 0* manity Ball a success ... I under5.00 stand from reliable sources that i nn Brother Eisenstein has been planj*> ning to take care of some of his 27.00 |own personal business for several (Continued on Page 5) Hospital Drive Reports Progress Ko.se Nathan Harry and Bertha Rayvls Samuel l.lpton Louis, Marcella, Kugene and Mickey Lou Halman Jean. Shirley and Kmamirl 1.00 8.00 (Continued from Page 1) coming members of the South FloSeitiln ..'.!..". T'.'.'""'.'.'.'. •j n %  1 j r-i.il A* !" >. u„.„i.„| Hman and Helen M. Kaplan rtda Crippled Children s Hospital. ,,.,,,. .,,„, siorence i„ Km,,,,., Send checks to M. J. Kopelowitz, g^j&TU&ST 369 S. W. 28th Road. All memberMr. and |_s. .lake E.I*r_ln ships are acknowledged through $$J_ fgj !" %  „ %  „-,, %  -,;,-,,;,• j ia ,: lM -this column. Memberships roAnjon grelsej,^............ ceived this week are: employees American 6_nk... JS? t H?*S_-r•::::::::::::: :8S' **_„!>.* %  ..,,.., YOU SHOULD KNOW A V. Development Company is the name of a private corporation formed by Bund leaders to lake over the ownership of Camp Siegfried at Vaphank. L. I V. V.. you should know, stands for the Nail shibboleth "Amerika Verreckel" ... It means "Let America Perish." and has been substituted by the Nazis in this country for the watchword they used so much in their early days in (iermany, "Juda Yerrecke!" The latest developments in the I'nited States of Brazil, when President Vargas virtually declared his solidarity with Mussolini. have created consternation among the Jewish refugees in that country, who fear the worst The Polish Government in exile is debating, as one of its most Important "reconstruction" policies, the evacuation of a million Jews from Poland al the conclusion of hostilities The first air raiders to bombard Ababa from South Africa were two Jewish boys from Johannesburg (.rcat anxiety prevails concerning the fate of Palestine's form leader Moishe Smilansky, who on his return trip from here to Palestine got stuck in Genoa when war was declared by Italy ZIONIST FRONT There's a great deal of talk to the effect that one of Mussolini's war aims is to capture Palestine and transfer the Vatican to Eretz Israel That would end the hope for the Jewish Homeland, of nurse As a matter of fact, Italian missionaries and priests already have quite a strong Fifth Column in Palestine But the Greek Orthodox Church can be expected to give it some stiff opposition, which is expected to go beyond the sphere of theological disputes Hyman A. Schulson, who is directing the forces that are backing the program of Dr. Solomon Goldman, complains that we've done him wrong We said a couple of columns ago that he is not a member of the Zion st organization of America • He officially states that hi' is a member of the Z. O. A. and has paid his dues, as of May 17. HMO When he reveals this, however. Mr. Schulson neglects to add that he actually became a member of the Z. 0. A. for the first time at that time In other words, at the time when we wrote our column Mr. Schulson was not on the /.. 0. A. records as a member This is confirm! a statement we have received from Mr. Morris Margulies, the i i gctic secretary of the Z. 0. A. The petition lo amend the Zionist Constitution so as to extend the president's term to more than two years, which some of Dr. Goldman's supporters sponsored, has bei 11 withdrawn There is a strong movement on the part of Goldman supporters to advance the candidacy of E. Kaufman of Washington, a wealthy business men who also owns one of the swankiest hotels in Miami HERZLIANA Z. II. Rubinstein, tireless managing editor of Ihe Jewish Dav. is readying a film production on the life of heodore llerzl The late Professor Borris Schatz's bust of Dr. llerzl will be unveiled al the Palest i,. Pavilion at the Fair on llerzl's Vahrzeit this year Mor decai Newman, brother of Klias Newman. Ihe famous Palestine painter. is preparing to launch a publishing firm that will issue English books of Jewish cultural Interest The first book to come out will IKan abridged version of Dr. Theodore llerzl's diaries, with an introduction by Pierre van I'aasscn Incidentally, Dr. liarzl's diaries contain an uncannily exact prediction of world events as they are now unfolding. MORE ABOUT ZIONISTS The one and only Choneh is bai '. in the United States, after a prolonged visit to Canada When he left Toronto the Toronto Star featured his picture bigger than it lias ever featured the picture of any Zionist leader, he tells us He also confided to us that he would attend the Pittsburgh Z. O. A. convention as the guest of Pierre van I'aasscn Which reminds us that Pierre made his re-entry into the lecture field at New York's Town Hall, as the guest of honor of the American Federation for Polish Jews Van Paassen's statement that there is already a Sixth Column at work in this country created a sensation Vladimir Jabotinsky may have to rush back to Europe by Clipper to fetch his-wife. who is now in London Jabotinsky's autobiography is being 'very seriously considered by a number of publishers who believe that his life story is stranger tha fiction Colonel Joseph Patterson, of Jewish Legion fame, who is now in this country, is Strongly advocating the mobilization of 100,000 Jewish airplane pilots in this country to |„. ready for emergency service in Europe, a continent which he does not consider lost ... In case you didn't know it. Col. Patterson was a very intimate friend of President Theodore Roosevelt, and once accompanied him on a lion-hunting expedition in Africa. THIS AND THAT The German film. "Baptism of lire," which was produced by the Nazi Air Ministry as a skillful propaganda medium to scare neutral countries, is now in this country ... It will, however, never reach the public theatres That conferece of foreign language editors al the World's Fair, where the participants publicly declared their loyally to the I nited States, was nothing but a publicity stunt for Mr. Henry Ford, and was organize) by Ihe foreign language advertising agency for the auto plan! "Father's Book of the Year" is the title awarded to to Martin Panzer's "Father Knows Better" by the National Father's Day Committee, who recognize it as a Panzer attack on the problem of bringing up the younger generation We told you quite some time ago that Z. H. Tygel.executive director of the American Federation for Polish Jews, would vacate his post Although no newspaper has published the report as yet, he was let out at the Federa tlons convention at Asbury Park Here's one reaction to the war: NOW York Jewish young people's leagues are holding their fourth annual convention June 28 to 30 at Andron's Mountain House, Haincs (Continued on Page 6) W; (r M



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FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 19>0 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE ^* ^X WORLD-WIDE JEWISH NEWS .salem (WNS-Palcor Agoncy) The Italian Steamer, Rodi, which turned back from Haifa I,.-,, 11 r just as it was about to disembark its passengers, including Jewish refugees, when Italy ,1 war, was discovered to be at Malta. \ able from the British Medit..n island reported that all the assengers were in good li was apparent that a I %  h squadron had seized the vessel and lowed her into ti rritory. • I c video (WNS) D B< very | n Sazi militray plot to seize .... with the help of German rans from Argentina led i i here of L2 Nazi leadThC plotters had hoped to Uruguay to the status of a .. colony. Sazis arrested, it was re• duded Arnulf Fuhrmann, American director of antiactivities, Julius Holzer ,l. r of the Uruguayan i roops, and Rudolph PoetZ, I i ig ...van director of Nazi prola. i ly important local Nazi arrest was Julius Dall.:. BI riln d at the "Little I r" for Uruguay. JAMES LEONARD Chairman of B'nai Brith Patriotic Rally WNS i The Spanish Governmt nt, hah I i.doiied the spread of antiin throughout the country tl end of ill" < i\ il War. .; sti icl im trui tions to ., i noops i" bai -i v ; h from Irani <•. it was • cl here, at the Spanish-French r have been heavily re-i nforced. Military commanders have orders to turn back any .lews at tempting to enter Spain. It was reported that Portugal has taken measures to close iidoors to Jewish refugees from defeated France. At the same time i: was learned that the Fascist party puss in Spain had 1 lunchc d a violent an i Semitic campaign, charging that Jews opposed the Franco regime and fought with the I oyalists in ii \ an: a! tempt tu down the Insurgent ebellio. JUNE _; Workmen's Circle Branch 092, al. day picnic, Hardie's 28—8 P. M. Jewish Radio Hour Station WIOD, Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner conducting. 24—Miami Chapter Women's Division American Jewish Congress, 10:30, Victor Hotel. Board Meeting. 24—Junior Hadassah Installation Banquet 7:.'!(> p. m. Park Central Hotel. 24—Junior Division Y. M. H. A., Open House at V. 25 Sisterhood of the Miami Beach < ••mmuni.y Center Special Meeting at Center s p. tn. -' Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Regular Meeting at V ciubrooms. 2:'M> p. m •-'•; B'nai B'rith Patriotic Rally at V Athh tic Field, 8:30. 2C V. w. H. A. Regular Meeting at V. 30 1! th David Sisterhood annual Tunic Hardie's Casino. 30 Sisterhood of Miami Beach Community (enter Mah Jong and (aid Tarty at Center. ICY 1 B'nai B'rith Humanity Ball l>. net it lied ( rosRefugee Fund, ( ivic Center, 9 p. m. ; W rumen's Or. le Branch 692 M llight Sad. 1 National Council Jewish Juniors. ; : i day Picnic, .\iatheson Han.m vi,. .II Beth David Si terh i Mother ai il H mghtei I inche n Calendar of Events The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the benefit of all organizations in Greater Miami, depends for its success upon the continued co-operation of every group in the community. Dates for next week's issue should be in the offii e by Wednesday morning. To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dales as early as possible. The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. \V. 2nd Ave., Phone 2-1141, which conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in the matter of clearing dates. Beth David Talmud Torah, 12 o'clock. 15 Junior Division Y. M. IT A. Skating Party Venetian Rink. 21—Y. W. IT A. Family Supp t and Card Party at Y. 7:30 p. in. 21 Worki miens Circle Affair— Date announced, :J Junior Division Y. M. H. A. Watermelon 1 arty. AUGUST 4—Workmen's Circle AffairDate announced. IS—Workmen's Circle AffairDate announced. SEPTEMBER 25—National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section opening Fall Meeting. Board Meeting 10 a. m. followed by luncheon and general meeting. OCTOBER 30—National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section Board Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon. NOVEMBER 1—And every Friday thereafter through the month of April. National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section general meeting. 27—National Council of Jewish Women .Miami Section Board Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon. DECEMBER 4—National Council ofJewish Women General Meeting 2 p. m. EVERY MONDAY MORNING-Temple Israel Sisterhood Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross, at Kaplan Hall. EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING—National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section Legislation and Study Groups ac the home of Mrs. C. 11. Adler. EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON—Y. W. H. A. Sewing (lasses benefit Red Cross at Y Clubrooms. GOING OUR WAY? COOL, AIRCONDITIONED RECLININGSEAT COACHES London i WNS 'Ih< [I lian govei nmeiit nil im| o*< il se\ ere i i i ; i ba hi ir ant i-alii i %  o 11! lien l.'gisl '. rig t 11 llo ir. anti-Fa w %  ekly. Tl I i named tl S Ivor Ku Klux Klan. the Coalition of 1 ,-.,... ci Front and th %  111: I e the i. %  > Fi Sitloi co • en the anti-aliien cam^aigi "Tin Fascists feel," The Hour stated. • that because of the tensewas reported ness of the national and international situation, the time is parPali stine and North via Eastern Air Tines to attend the nuptials ... a real friend, a true example of brotherhood. Sholei i. ; e iop rating now as only a well manned, well I raine l an 1 well govern* J army can in modi IT times. A Retenl I ommittee Drive, under the leadership and guidance. of Jimmy Kopelowitz and B min LeVine, whi h is brii back into the fold many membi rs who had become lax, but who are now becoming aware of the spenIdid work being done by our Lodge. Sholem Lodge has just completed a fund raising campaign to assist the South Florida Crippled Children's Hospital, under the guidance of Jimmy Kopelowitz turning over to that splendid organization more than $806.00. WOLPERT'S F u k N ; 1 U k LI BARGAINS! Wo Refuse To Be Undersold 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 Many of the refugees had reticularly strategic for attacks on ceived visas to other countries and the alii iu and they are acting achad already purcased their steamcordingly." hip ti •' when Italy formally The unti Fascist publication redeclared war on the Allies. Th< i rinteil excerpts from an article port stated that the Italian ,„ ( urtiss' Weekly American Bulare refusing | e tin dealing with the anti-alien lareil same rep steamship eompanii to make refunds to the refugees drive, on th • gro Mid that th y a e BOt responsible in case of war. The movements of s>ll Jewish refugees have been restricted and a decree has be n issued hairing refugeefrom a nuaib, r of cities. Meanwhile, it was learned that Hungary, now conducting its own anti-Semitic campaign, has yielded to Nazi pressure and is consul B'nai B'rith Notes -TO N. Y. WORLD'S FAIR$4035 Round Trip In Coaches TV Miami-New York On* Way from Miami -In Coach* • NEW YORK *22.40 RICHMOND 1*00 WASHINGTON 17.SO BALTIMORE IS 70 PHILADELPHIA ..... 20.S0 %  OSTON llihlitatiliiNi 27.90 PITTSBURGH 2S.9S BUFFALO 2S-60 1AMP* 3.90 JACKSONVILLE 5.50 ATLANTA 10.40 CHICAGO 23.30 NEW ORLEANS (Continued from Page 4) weeks now and has been unable to do so reason? B'nai B'rith. Commendations to Brothers Ely Jewish refuKate, Sam silver, Barney Spector, gees from country. Due report which CO be confirmed said that th Be Charming—Be Brif ht Drink MILT, Feel Right I M f^ Phona W Lirahams At* Your OroctT lot PUR IE. .Y J E-R S B "V Mild i A! Utt ering steps to force Palond to return to that Bill Homa and others for the spiral.! i not be c Hungarian government was placing obstacles in the paths of the 'various Jewish relief committees, mittees. Similar low fares 10 all poinla. 104* REDUCTION ID round-trip coach fares on the Seaboard System ALSO NEW LOW COACH FARES lo all points north of Washington AIX-KXPKNSK TOI'KS TO N. Y. WORLD'S FAIR Kconomical. Complete. Ask any Travel Agent about tours via Seaboard. Consult Ticket Agent or T.W.Luckeit, A.G.P.A.,173 F. Flapler Street, Miami. Telephone: 3 8.192 GO MODERN! GO SEABOARD! Jerusalem I WNS labor Agency) As o result Of the improvement in local conditions, permit ting modifications in the powers of the military courts established | na a result of the disturbances. these courts are no longer empowered to impose the death penalty. it was anounced by Sir Harold MacMichael, high commissioner, in a radio address to the country. Reviewing the situation brought ,!,,.,, by the entry of Italy into the war. the high commissioner condemned rumor-mongers" as %  •pernicious fifth-columnists, aftter scoring Mussolini and the Italian decision for. for war. Sir Harold derided those who 'mistakenly suppose they might enjoy frce,,,„„ und er Hitler's and Mussolini s I rule." UP concluded with an ex Ipression of supreme confidence !"in the ultimate victory of the moral forces represented by the Allie-,." it they displayed when called upon to solicit their respective office buildings in our Ked Cross drive our A. '/• A. boys, both on the Beach and in town, are doing splendid work in the drive. By this time Brother Harold Rand -has gone and done it-' an we are all anxiously anticipating the arrival of his matrimonial partner Brother Pallot went BLUE FOR BOYS FOR GIRLS 20th Season MOUNTAIN CAMPS Separate Camps EAST STROUDSBURG, PA. High in the Pocono Mountains ... 90 miles from Philadelphia 'JO miles from New York City highest standards in food, 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, 1054 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida. Phone 5-1312. CAMP WOHELO for GIRLS 85 miles from Washington, D. C 60 miles from Baltimore. Md; in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. ELEVENTH SEASON OPENS JULY 1st For information helpful to "H you and your daughter-, write or phone OWNER and DIRECTOR BERTHA LEVY 1625 S. W. 15th Street MIAMI. FLA. Phone 2-5944



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PAG1 SIX FLOUBIAJI FRIDAY, JUNE 21. 1910 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1546 I. W. Third 8tret ABRAHAM A. KBLLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S. RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Cwrt; Phone 8-619* War Diary of A Belgian Refugee (Continued from Page 1) SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m., 6:45 p. m. Friday evening aervicea, 6:80 p m. Shabbea: 9 a. m. Mincha on Shabbea: 6 p. m. Shalush Sudea: 6:16 p. m. Synagogue Building The new Synagogue building is making rapid, progress and the board of directors of the Congregation has authorized the building committee to prepare plans for the completion of the structure before the High Holidays. The 22nd day of September has been set aside in which we shall with the aid of the Almighty dedicate and consecrate the new building. Meanwhile the committee is redoubling its efforts to make all arrangements for the successful completion of the edifice. Ladies Auxiliary A regular meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held in the Y. M. H. A. auditorium Tuesday afternoon, June 25th at 2:30 o'clock. This will be the first meeting of the new administration and Mrs. George Chertkoff, newly installed president, will preside. Plans will be completed for the forthcoming summer activities. Future meetings for the rest of the summer will be held the third Tuesday of each month. A very successful and coninfantry regiment still' dressed in civil attire and marched on toward Lille. We marched by night only because we would be bombarded by the Nazis in the daylight. They bombard everything that moves. in the vestry room of the syna-'The dead lie by the roadside. No gogue Tuesday last and Mrs. soldier? Chertkoff presented the calendar BETH JACOB CONGREGATION i Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach j MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rkl I2S Michigan Avimi 'PBunr -iSM I of activities for the forthcoming year. Birchas Tovah We wish to thank the committee of the Ladies Auxiliary under the chairmanship of Mrs. William Clein who have made the Synagogue decorations on Shevous last. The board of directors of the Strassengraben, May 15, — I march. Since yesterday I've eaten nothing but dry bread. 1 slept along the path in the woods. Some wagons, heavily laden with trunks and peoplecaught up with us and took mother and the children. Farmers from the villages we passed, joined us. They, too, have nothing to eat. They've already given up everything they had. Congregation takes this means of May 1G.—I march. Bread and wathanking Rabbi Abraham Gluck for the inspiring services that he conducted during the Feast of Weeks. We register grateful acknowledgement of the splendid work done by the Habonoth sponsors in the year just concluded and we extend our profound gratiI tude to the Mesdames George to St. Armand. Chertkoff, Louis Katz and Abraham A. Kellner ter. May 17.—I march. I slept in the cellar of a ruined house. May 18.—On Landstrasse. We came to the border town of Birnissert. Deserted. Further to Conde Deserted. Not a soul, no bread. Twenty kilometers further MAURICK MAMCHIl. Cantor • 4., Euclid Avanuo rh S-SHI I Synagogue Services Regular synagogue services are held thrice daily in our synagogue. Shachriss: Waily at 8:00 a. m.i Saturday at 8:30 a. m. Mincha: Daily at 0:45 p. m.i Saturday at 6:30 p. m. Maariv: Daily at 7:30 p. m.i Saturday at 7:45 p. in. Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at 6:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The Portion' of the Week." Religious School We are gratified by the number of new students who have enrolled for our daily summer session. Our classes are fully equipped and ready to accept dozens more into our courses. We urge parents to send their childrent to our Hebrew school during these summer months. Classes are held only four days a week for only one hour a day, during the cool morning hours. Class rooms are large, airy, bright. We welcome a visit. Registration daily from 9 to 12. Mizrachi Inaugurates At its last meeting the Miami Beach Mizrachi inaugurated a new function in our community. A special committee 'for the strengthening of the faith' was organized. It consists of 14 members. It will cooperate with the synagigue and the Vaad Hakashruth in formulating plans for the furthering of religious observance in our community. Jewish Radio Hour The regular weekly Jewish Radio Hour will be conducted by Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner this coming Sunday, June 23rd, at 3 p. m.. over Station WIOD. The musical program will be in charge of Miss Josephine Raxin. Refuo Shlemo We pray for the speedy and complete recovery of our dear brother, Murray Kellman, who was injured in an automobile accident. We hope that Joe Maltzman will speedily regain his health structive board meeting was held [and fully recover from his wounds SPRING NING! 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 yf 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 iery. 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! EUURIIITY IS [HUP! SmA .lll.fil.1 YOU ADDRESS THEM -WE MAIL THEM FREE' A train should await us there. No train awaits us. To Lille, 50 kilometers further. I can't stand any more. I can't march another night. But I go on. The soles of my shoes are worn off. The Germans will not get me. I walk three hours. There's a train standing still in the open field. The train is overcrowded. But still I did get into a compartment with 30 others— the sick and the crying. The train is bound for Paris. May 19.—Night I am still sitting in the train. I am hungry. The train halts every 100 meters. The Nazis bombard this stretch. We travel by day, because the tracks can't be controlled at night. Now we halt. The engine stops, Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page 4) bor. Sailors help me board a boat bound for Havre. It is a sand transport boat from Ostend. There are six sailors, 13 women and 8 children aboard. The women sleep in three-hour shifts. The men don't sleep. We are all seasick. May 3.—We approach a mine. Falls. N. Y., and have completely A sailor shoots at the mine. The i bared world affairs They'll mine explodes. We have no bread ; adopt no resolutions, discuss no or drinking water. Because of politics, but instead listen to BerGerman airplanes we take a zig-|nard Sobel talk about the theater zag course. Havre. May 24.—A leads us into the harbor. I go to a,in K the railroad station. No one wants ABOUT PEOPLE to take my Belgian money. I I yy and spend the rest of the time motorboat i swimming, golfing, dancing and elcoming Maurice Schwartz's I return to Second Avenue from his excursion uptown, the Jewish ; Morning Journal carried a carParis, May 25.—I travelled with toon telling him that "if you're refugees. The Red Cross going to have tzores, you might took care of us. At midnight I as well have them at home" arrived in darkened Paris. I took Ben Cutler, the Aryan who was change my sole English pound. At |, 7 o'clock in the evening the train leaves for Paris. 1500 so that its lights won't be visible tax i to G. W. and to H. J. Both the Vo7 of God'Tin M T RZ to the enemy fhers; 1500 people are separated from thr wives \ hardt's "Eternal Road i, now a •" S2JF1Z** to •* -* > '"concentration Kague. 'successful band &*",££ no milk for the children. May 20.—On the train, nights en route. We get out often to search for food in the ruined and burning houses. We find no pieces. We find some red wine. We try to drink it. It makts us sick. I cry in my sleep. May 21.—An hour from Boulogne. We alight and milk stray cows that roam nwur the tracks. The children can't digest the warm fresh milk. We don't ride to Boulogne. Calais, May 21.—We camp at the railroad station. We can't go on because we are too weak. I will ride another night. I found a train that goes to Boulogne. In normal times the trip took 1' (, hours from Calais to Boulogne. The Holy Scrolls of a Brussels synagogue travel with me. May 22.—On a boat in the canal. The stretch from Boulogne to Paris is interrupted. Amiens is supposed to be in Nazi hands. The greater part of Boulogne has been destroyed by bombs. I eat stonehard zwieback. I go to the harpacking Both have been rendering their 'em in at the Rainbow Room in ? service to the French Postal sysRockefeller Center Leslie tem. A policeman brought me to Howard home in England is nousa meeting hall at the I'ere La-ling 40 evacuated children these Five hundred persons days Congressman Samuel ful bills, some (1 mu 'hardship to innocent people Pari May 27.—I have slept for Milliners are so worried about the 24 hours. A woman with whom I hatless mode the ladies are adoptllved in 1887 when I attended the in th:lt they have hired Edward International Exposition has givBernays, the publicity wizard, who en me shelter. I can't eat. I is a nphew of the late Dr. Sigcai i even stand upright. May 2s.—The restaurants are too exp< nsive. I live on milk and egjrs. I can't look at bread, i rt try to get to Southern France ami i will look for wi k there. •" %  lure : (| ,, | at the hands of an unidentified assailant. Talmud Torah Regular classes are open daily between 8:30 to 11 a. m. every morning from Monday through Friday. Parents are urged to send their children to Talmud Torah and avail themselves of this splendid opportunity of providing a religious education for the growing children. mund lreud, to turn the feminine mind millinery-ward again Congratulations to David A. Brown, the man who raised m re money than any other indivi lual in this country for Jewish causes, and who has quietly gone ami got married to Pearl Kroll ... Representing Palestine at United B'NAI B'RITH AGAIN Kingdom Day at the World's Fair AIDS YOUTH ALIYAH WM :>I,Vl1 W. Weisgal, general director of the Palatine Pavili >n We hington, D. C—B'nai B'rith %  • u ll n Weisgal stepped into made ls fourth contribution to the British Pavilion reception Youth Aliyah in two years when ro< "" the attendant asked him the Executive Committee, mling | whic h Arab country he representbody of B'nai B'rith between tri"' • %  • Myron Weiss, formerly of '.'" %  "•" >""•""•••.o. the Supiome Tim f. 's quoted as saying that the Lodge, voted an additional $1,000 A ics Wi eventually win t'.i. r to Maintain refugee children from by means of three America Intni in tio BWtance to Youth Aliyah reached $18,100 since iil8. These B'nai B'rth contributi in make possible the maintenance of 00 chU i lal.stine for two years. h< Eu opean lands of persecution ventiona. : Jf tota^^ 8 a P r ,,ria CCopyrtght ,,40 by fcven Art, %  %  •' total ol B'nai B'rith as-1 ••""'" %  Syndicate.) %  stance to Youth Aliyah has L__ tht BEST.' %  + f REV. J. MALEK Experienced MOHEL PHONE 2-0828 •# N. W. istk Ae. :



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FRIDAY, Jl/NE 21, 1940 THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN PAGE SEVEN THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BT HARRT SCHWARTZ) "V" Beach in First Place Dr, Barney Weinkle, manager „: the Y entry in the Miami Beach Diamondball League is mighty proud of the results to date with team in first place with seven v and no losses. In their last start they blinded the Venetian Blind team with a blistering hitattack to win 10 to 6. Al an. although away on a van New York, is still leadleague in batting with an ; -, %  nf .518. IA'O Lipowsky, H. Kant and Benny Gilman are right up with leaders also—keep good work Doc—and onthe Beach title. Manager Mickey Lubel of our ( ivic League entry is also doing | piece of work in shaping g ,„l team. After the swell Bombers; A. Winer, captain, Rangers. Individual Averages Oamea >< Player Sum Tend) Ich, A l. Berkowlts, I. Querldo. II. l.evinson L. Bpector,. .. Abe Silver ll. Svhwarti., II. Waltsman M. Slr.il I'. Sil\ .1 man l". i larvetl Al. Relaman Sol. Le\ in .1...' li.Tinan Al'. Berkowitz, M n i .1 \ Ajil.Jack Aute, ,.., Julei WIlHOn Sat. Dlumberg *. Mackauf... 1>. Rosenthal... I. l-Vlilman Abe Win,-,.... Mike A.iln M FVIeilmnn... (}. cli.l.lsrnitli I.. Bafan M. Aple II. Frnellch II.il i \ K.itiiin.. It. Sehweil ier. formance they made against!' ng Y. M. ('. A. team last j I'm inclined to believe, as n y other Civic league root,., that the Y. M. H. A. Civic team could beat the stuff: the namesake* over on Bi ich. 1 gm-ss the only way Llld lie proven will to be to .i game between the two .. .UHI have the proceeds gd the Red Cross fund and i Camp. Let'> lu-ar from you as i,i your feeling in the The V. M. I'. A., having five Straight games, hail all tluy could do in squeezing out a tory over the Y. M. II. A. last week. Outstanding for the \. M. II. A. were Herbie Cohen with his hitting and pitching— his peppery battery mate. "Hani'' Weintraub. and Nat Blumberg at first base—Zompa Zelesnick. new Y star, and rugged gie Reichgott covering the "in short field. Watch •• am go plae, s especially with proper equipment. %  -: group under discussion 655 • 7 • • .".li'.l 5fi2 559 463 &r6 .~I.Vl 553 546 542 540 443 519 :,\s 51 i I.'. I 16! 191 _' (9 ;> IV' AVR. '.'I, :". 94 93 91 a departmental head, and every one is a specialist in his or her ine. Through the courtesy of the W. K A. Recreation Department we have procured Mrs. Grace Ambrose for arts and craft, Miss Harriet McCune, story telling, and Mr. John Hoffman in games and folk dancing. Great praise is due to Mrs. Leon Lieberman, chairman of our Home Camp Committee, whose untiring effort and devotion has made it possible for this camp to be an outstanding success. Mrs. Lieberman arrives at the camp at X:00 in the morning and stays throughout the day. is in constant touch with every member of the staff to see that everything is done properly. The timing of the classes through her efforts is very exaet and each division and j project is conducted with clocklike precision. One-third of the children Pflllll BATCH nOTES Having won the Southern Boys' Singles Tennis Tournament reI cently, Stanley Gruner now plans to participate in the National Singlee this summer. Mr. and Mrs. M. Schir have departed for their summer home in Worcester, Mass. MELVIN KATZ Head Counsellor at Y. M. H. A. Home Camp Mrs. Salzman of Jacksonville, mother of Mrs. Jack Barash, is a local visitor and will remain for the summer season. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein of Congregation Beth El, has departed for his vacation. He was acGlnsberg, arts and craft* Bupervimi Mlsi llaiii.i I ia a,, ii.I..,; aaitlsted bv Elaine London ami Rita Futerfus; companied by Mrs. Greenstein and Mis. Ei .;<• s affer, -ii \ %  •: ,.f >. %  ,,. \ ii.ii Home Camp The second annual session of our summer Home lamp opened last Monday, June 17 with an enrollment of ninety children. This is three times the number of children we had on our opening day last year. This is the greatest proje •. !'ii' children ever undertaken in the entire South. Records of the Jewish Wi Ifan Board of New York, our parent organisation, show that the Miami V. M. II. A.'s Home Camp is the only one of its kind south of Wilmington, Delaware. Children enter the camp at '.'::!(! in the morning and slay until 4::!H in the afternoon. They are divided into the following groups and classes: Kindergarten classes, boys and girls five to si\ years; junior girls, seven eight and nine years of age junior boys, seven, eight and nine years of age; senior girls, ten to fourteen; senior boys, ten to fourteen. Tlu following subject. and projects are taken up in the camp and taught to the children: telling, arts and crafts, liloi {Ii I-. m -i -i, a by Charlotte Lelde and I'eai I i: nsbi rg; Misa Naomi tiiosmimn, folk dancing ami a-. M.s. Phyllis S.liiilinan, glee club and < %  !,• %  i ing The Home i 'inn. Committee ii irolled in our camp do not pay any i"'...-.! %  •< Mis. %  .•-•• % %  l.ieberma i, chn 'man; Mr. Leon Lieberman, treasurer; ami Mi. Maurice 'Iroasinan, director. Junior Division On Monday evening, June 24, this division will have an op n house for memb is and frier Is. Entertainment and dancing will be a feat ire of the evening. All persons | re urge to afen 1. Ilidivision is planning a roller sk1 ing party a. tin Venet an Rink, Twenty Seventh Avenue and 'i b %  held M Admission is thirty-five cents. Lois R h lii man of this affair. The ds will go to the library fund. We %  of you to buj r tl •• project. Not only will you have a good time, ill be helping ., good au entuition because of circumstances. It is a heavy burden on the Y. M. II A.'s treasury to cany, and we therefore appeal to every individual to assist us in this great project by paying the tuition for some of these undi r-privileged children. The scholai ship is $2. i0 pi r ei k per child. If you want to make some pour kid happy, pay foi hi in in the Y. M. il. A. camp. Ten dollars will pay four week,' !" Hfohwav. t Grossman, ex( ; c> ;: ,, ,. Ju y ,children. They will visit New York and with relatives in Warren and Steubenville, Ohio. Sidney Dubbin and Abe Stein were elected representatives of the local A. Z. A. chapter to the summer camp and convention of the organization in Ohio. The election was made at a recent meeting in Scher Mamorial Hall with the following present, Harold Moss, Abe Stein, Sidney Dubbin, Sol Goldberg, Herman. Albert Barash, Max Auerbach and Dan Goodmark. i. • tor, ..listeni ig t.. io ; t hall team for the oldsters und the Y and I do mean youM ">' ,brary, folk dancing, games, songs. [dances, gymnastics, various athletic games, handicraft, dramatics. glee club, flee play. Each group is in charge Of an ellor, Each departtales of woe from ch %  who cam to pay. that In t ..< appeal t > you to help th si kids, Phone 01 v. rite Mr. Grossman and say that you illing lo hi The follow ing 'hi dren istered with the camp: .ham. SI :. II \ Hr.v rd \ %  Kit :. Hum %  • io\. MiiMiie i %  %  Etoslyn Blanch, Arnold Bobson, David Caplan, Paul Edwin Cohn, Penelope Corvard, Lawrence Palkenstein, Donna Feldman, Elena Futerfas, Barry Ueltner, Herbert Oeltner, Bara Gelt., i. Judith noldberg, Eatella (ll • ei g, % %  ink Ureenberg, Meyer Ureenbera Nanette ilreenberg, Sidney u Alvli Jacobs, Bobbj Jacobs, David Jacobs, Beverly Katlms, ;..i.. %  • K inn. ii • ne Kestenbaura, Loretta Kestenbaum, Allan Kushen, ,i,i, i,amm, i'i -nla Lnmiii, N il .. i„ \ Naomi Ma, I t; Shlrl. y Ma...n Mnrkowitx, Edward >;..i MilK-i. it., hard PalIn! Edward Pastroff Monn Pa Arthur Pepper Lariv Kifas, Kei : Rlfas, Phyllis Rosen, i. ,„„.< Rot fort, Elaine Ruben Kiii.ciisiein. I. lard --.i' "s. In honor of Flag Day, members ol i ongregations Beth El and Beth Israel and B'nai B'rith held a program at Temple Beth El. Guest speaker was the Rev. Frank Atkinson, who was introduced by Joe II Lesser. the 'Demons," captained by expert counse nietit is under the supelvision oi ."•end us your entry now. "Y" Bowling Ix-ague Close W .".h two weeks of combat comthe strong "Supermen," Captain Allie Berkowitz. ill. 'newly-wed) LevinSOn, are for first place with four wins two losses each. following is the team standf the Y. M. H. A. Bowling le, with Jack Apte, manager: \V. l.. t L' ............... .4 < ; :i -I %  • iks J 3 ... I 3 en 1 5 H. Levinson, captain, Demons; Allie Berkowitz, captain. Supermen; H. Schwartz, captain. Blackiesj Abe Silver, captain, Silver* -; Abe Berkowitz, captain, SLENDERIZE jf %  V bek ri ^ bdlrldMl fl ^ CaU Fet App^nm MIAMI HEALTH IIVSTITUTE •r. F. IhrfliM, MmHf Hatsr^itMs s t y s liks TfllS-19-IT BIstarM itWL r*. WAT —•— uDucnra otrs sncuufT Bw W a Koolmotor GASOLENE and OILS Acme Tires Cities Service Products ORANGE STATE OIL CO. grown-ups can then enjoy card games. Tickets are only 50c for adults, and 26c, children. RememY. W. HA. NEWS ,ber, Sunday, July 21st. Red Cross Work Continues I Gym Classes Postponed Mrs. Gussie Wilson, chairman, I Due to the big Patriotic Rally announces that the sewing class I sponsored by B'nai B'rith Tuesheld in conjunction with the Red day, June 25th, at the Y. M. H. A.. Cross will be held every Thursday the regular gym class will not be from 2:00 to 4:00 p. m. at the held, but will be resumed the folY. W. H. A. Mrs. Wilson is well lowing Tuesday, pleased with the turnout, and will | General Meeting welcome all those interested in The general meeting of the Y. this worthy cause. W. H. A. will take place WednesFamily Supper and Card Party day, June 0th. Feature of the Don't forget to give the family evening will be a musical program a treat in the big open spaces of presented by Mrs. Arthur Hirtenthe Y. W. H. A. athletic field Sunstein accompanied by Mrs. Esther .'.!'. l 'k'" Scher'' Jove" Schnelderman, !,i aVi j,,]v 21st. where they will enSchaffer. Members are cordially joy a delicious supper, and the invited. Jerry Schulman, Richard Bchulman, i,„ seldler, Robert Shapiro. Ger,1,1 ghenkman, Bernard Bhenkman, Bobb> > %  %  I, Zelda Sllberateln, Stanley sterling, Bernard Schwlchkow, UMI. Qerald rarlyn, Tarlyn, Janice Waltaman. Edward Welner, Billy Wltaon, Helga Wlnkler. Stefan Wlr.kler. reve> Woolfe, rharlotte Blumberjc, it,, ,.ii. .i.,,i|n... Cardeaux, Morris Henry IBrevfua A^ia OuTkl.7Hanna Gluck, s,,, iihi'k. Edward Helale. Tetlna Hetale. David Uinwr R*ne %  'J'l',„.,„. Sharon Rauafn, Barbara Wens..n. Edward Somberg. The following counsellors are assisting in the Home Camp: Melvln Knts, head jounseltor. a* Igted bv Nathan Aronovlt s Howa .1 THE GATEWAY TO nEALTH DR. FREDERICK BUTLER Dietetic Chemistry Naturopathic Physician CHIROPRACTOR 183 41st St.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-7808 CEMENTINE PRODUCTS 3220 N. W. 27th Avenue Manufacturers Cementine Wall Coating Cemcntine Clear Water Proofing Cementine Colored Cement Cementine Old Cement Floor Finish PHONE 3-1231 "ii KOSHER ZIONj SAUSAGE CO. mo. i 37th St. and Kormal AT^ j CHICAGO, ILL. Dalicioae Cors^l BW i PieklU, Caokcd aad Smoked I M-u j DEMAND IT TKOM YOUR | | DBUCATISSEN Nw Ofc* ^— '>' lrory.>K. la rWUU 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. Has this ever happened to you? When it does, why don't you do as many other people do when Nerves threaten to spoil their rest, work, enjoyment, and good] temper — try Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets are a combination of mild sedatives proven useful for generations as an aid in quieting jumpy, over-strained nerves. Your druggist will be glad to sell you Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets in convenient small or economical large packages. Why not get a package and be prepared when over-taxed nerves threaten to interfere with your work or spoil your pleasure. Large Package 73* Small Package 35* OR. MILES NERVINE i TABLETS Head full directions in puckaie. -rr.



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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLO PIDIAN FRIDAY, JUNE 21, mo JR. counciL m By Bette Sir It's a date! The National Council of Jewish Juniors will have an all day picnic at Matheson Hammock Park July 4th. All members and friends are invited. Here is a treat for you fellows 'cause the young ladies of the Council will supply the food, and knowing what marvelous cooks they are you'll probably miss the time of your life if you are not there. All you men have to do is supply the drinks and the transportation. Come on girls, here's your chance to "strut your stuff." You know, having the reputation of a good cook has its reward. Miss Sophie Beavinick is the chairman of this outing. The sports and social committees of the organigation are working together to have a complete and entertaining program for the day. Working on these committees are: Miss Connie Javer, Miss Charlotte Dreyfus, Miss Charlotte Singer, Mr. Sondel Hendel, Mr. Edward Newman, and Mr. Leonarl Rosenblum. For more information about the picnic contact any committee i/'mber or better still come to the next meeting which will be held at the Park Central Hotel, 640 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, I Thursday, June 27th, 1940 at 8:00 p. m. Come! We want to meet you. Don't you want to meet us'.' by JOSEPH A. BERMAN (The writer will be glad to answer any problem of his readers. Write to him in care of this newspaper) You Have Tried the Rest Now Try the Best MEALS IN TOWN HOWELL'S RESTAURANT 1013 N. E. 1st Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA "Prices that Are Risht" Today we will discuss the "problem child" by classifications. The cures and the dont's. The Timid Child is afraid of the dark, afraid of strangers, afraid of animals, of places, of sensations, in short of everything strange. Remember how easy it was to get him to obey through fear. Watch out! Doggie bite—bad doggie. If you don't go to sleep I'll tell the big policeman on the coiner. Take your medicine or the doctor will come and hurt you. So easy, even the threat most insidious of all "eat your carrots or motl 1 will go away and never conic back." It might be a good idea at that. And now you are surprised when he refuses to go to bed alone. When he turns on the' slightest provocation into a wide-eyed trembling child. Howeasy it was and convenient too. But not so easy to alter. Now you must slowly and painstakingly undo the harm and substitute' pleasant emotions for those fears. It must now be— Nice Doggie. See mother pet hmi. The good and friendly dark. But the child fed the poison of fear will not react quickly to the new nourishment. It will take time and infinite patience. And nevernever must there be the slightest suggestion of the old fears. The Contrary Child. You will always know what he will want to do—just what you don't want him to do. Grown-ups are his equal, his adversaries to be sparred with, tricked, evaded or downright defied. At some earlier time, you let him thing it was cute for h'ni to try his wits against yours. A free hand to develop his personality. So you thought. And now even your attempts to amuse him bores him. No, ho. won't go to the park. No. he doesn't like ice cream. This child needs a period of being on his own. \\ hen yoa put food before him, tell him he may eat it or not. just as be pleases. But he cannot ha ve any B'nai B'rith Gives Hospital Big Boost Building fund for the South Florida Crippled Children's hospital was Increased today by $806, thanks to arduous efforts of Miami's chapter o< B'nal ^m\M\*fmm' more until the next mvm. Don'' tell him "now kiss momma Brood night." Rut neither ii" you g "•'. him a kiss Left to his ov n re sourcs. he realizes that Iwinj his own way is not so 01 u ii .ir; after all. in fact I in sun h %  tvi % %  find it a rather lonesoni-i business, (Mr Berman will cor ii •< %  classification of problem chil Iron i.i following issues of this paper.) ^TjGUST BROS Rr^% J* Is the BEST' ^£ A yMr round fcot.l. .nllr.ly Srapraaf. witb stuua htt (or cool lhu. Evry dvnl. c of a Florid. vmcUoa at cxirt cost. JOSEPH 11. ADAMS. Maaaa** [250ROOIT13 WITH BATH Corner S.W. 2nd Ave. INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS IUJ0WD SMUGS MOftTUCf LOANS HH snvincs MID LOW. nssocmTion OF mmmi 45 H. E. First avenue at the corner of First street LOW C 0 I T LONG TERMS Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. UPTON, President TO TAMPA, ST. PETERSBURG > AND FLORIDA j O TCT COAST Two Trains Daily Morning train leaves Miami at 10:80 A. M. for West Lake Wales &f -parlor bus from West Lake wales to Tampa and St. Peters* I C&0L-AIR-CONDITIONED Evening train—sleeping cars—• caches—leave* Miami9:00 P.M. or. Tampa, St. Petersburg and Florida West Coast points, via Central Florida. j' ALL-EXPENSE TOURS B TO N. V. WORLD'S FAIR conomical Complete. Ask any 'ravel Agnt about all-expense ours via Ssaboard, THAVEl NOW-TAKE A YEAR TO PAY No red upe. Aik SeaboardTicket Agent.' .Consult TW. Luckett, A.G.P.A, 173 East Flagler Street, Miami Telephone 8-8891 GO MODERN! GO SEABOARD! SOILS PHONE 7-6464 L. C. MORRIS PAVING. TRUCKING. GRADING ROCK. SAND FILL and SOILS Specializing in PULVERIZED SOILS 3738 N. W. 18th AVENUE MIAMI FLOIDA B'rith. The original organisation set up a special hospital committee, headed by M J. Kopelowita, right, who kept a check on all members to see each did his bit for the fund. 1. Aron Abbott, president of B'nal B'rith, turned over the eheck to W. L. Philbrick, president of the South Florida Crippled Children's hospital. Dade county citizens who still haven't helped ont with their $1 membership In the hospital may send that amount today to the hospital, car* o| First National bank. ---• Johnnie Feiler Phone JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP Auto Painting Wrecks Rebuilt Upho'stery '• u Ai.to Tops Our Specia 74 C E. 20 T H STR^ iT MIAMI. FLORIDA Announcing the Opening of Two Summer Camps by Rabbi S. Wrubel. Director—for 1!M0 Season Camp Dellwood Camp French Broad for Jewish (Jirls for Jewish Boys Waynesville, N. C. Brevard, N. C. FROM JUNE 23 TO AUGUST 25 For Descriptive Booklet and Further Information, Write. R A B BI S W R IT B E L BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA I'LL TUNE OUT THE ALKASELTZER IANNOUNCEMENT Z)o£-THATS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING YOU'LL HEAR TONICHT\ s 'i %  ~-.ji $**

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VOLUME 13____No. 26
___________MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JU;iE 21, 1940
PRICE 10 CENTS
Wilcox Speaker at Sholem ^ JEWS TRAPPED Federation Selects Joffe
Lodge Patriotic Rally
AS FRANCE FALLS
For Executive Director Post
With the theme k'Isn'i ii great
., American?" the V. M. II.
thletic field will bo the -cti intr
. .1 : e 25th for the huge
I tic Rally sponsored by B'nai
B'riih commemorating Flag and
I. MARK WILCOX
Independence Days. The affair
is scheduled t" start promptly at
S:15 p. in. and will have the Hon.
.1. Mark Wilcox, former United
Congressman as the prin-
cipal speaker. The subject of his
- will lie "A Rededication
to the Ideals of Ami ricanism."
The entire community is wi 1
come and urgfed to be present to
witness the elaborate program
which in addition to W Icox will
include opening remarks by Elrj
Stone, chairman of Americaniza-
tion Committee; presentation of
colors by the J. W, V. Drum and
Bugle Corps; invocation, Rn
Moses Mi <. In Ii ff; a nin\ ie.
"( i.-i.i ge Vt a mi iston"; |
I Ion of Ann i [ lag i the
i.\ A. Louis .Mi chlov, it/.; a
radio skit. "Growth of freedom")
with Al Pallot, Lou Heiman, Al
Mechlowitz, .Marx Feinberg and,
Harold 'lurk participating; talk '
by .1. Aron Abbott, president of i
the Lodge; benediction, Rabbi
Abraham A. Kellner, concluded
with the singing of the Star
Spangled Banner. There will be
no admission charge,
James Leonard heads the com-
mittee for the eveing and is as-
sisted by Dr. Bernard I!- Berkeley,
A. Louis Mechlowitz, Max Steuer,
Joseph L Tipper. .1. E. Freeh.ing.
Harry 0. Rabe, Leo A. Chaikin
anil Joseph 15. Hyde.
Committee Reports
Increasing Sale:
lity
Civic League
i I odge B'nai B'rith has
ki n n'.I- of ii gi i
in its sponsorship of the
ty Ball," a dame to be
he'd J ily l-t ai the Civic Center
thi entire gross proceeds in be
in tin' Am. rican Red Cross
Fund.
I it the leadership of Abe
itz, as chairman, plans for
air are well und 't way a' il
sales aro gaining mo-
mentum daily. Members of the
are addressing various
groups soliciting their coopera-
' When vrr we go and whomever
uppronch," .1. Aron Abbott,
president of "Sholem Lodge, stated,
w aie cordial-
ly received and
are pledged the
fullest coopera-
tion possible. We
are endeavoring
t" make this un-
dertaking a huge
success, giv i n g
everyone an op-
portunity to do
their duty at a
time when ac-
tion is a by-
word. The en- ARONOVITZ
tire proceeds will go towards sav-
ing an unlimited number of lives,
which, without these funds now
being raised, would be forced into
a pitiful death."
Tiekets are available from any
member of the committee which
include in addition to the chair-
man. R. R. Adler. Mathew S.
Randier, Sam, Blank, Leo Eisen-
stein, Dave Emmer. Sol Gold-
Strom, Maurice Grossman. A.
Louis Mechlowitz. Sam B. Miller.
and Frederick Shochet. They
may also be obtained by calling
3-4747 and 3-7768.
IMuu Installation
The Civic League of Miami
Reach at ii> regular mi I
Tins iny, J 18th, at thi Albion
Hotel. Miami Beach, adopted a
resolution endorsing the "Human-
itj Ball" of Sholem Lodg ol
B'nai B'rith. he organization also
adopted a resolution thai evcty
, r of the Civi League should
shoul I constitute a commi'.ti e I i
assist the B'nai B'rith in the i '
of tickets for the dame to be hi Id
July 1st at the Civic Centi r, the
, ntira proceeds of which arc to be
given to the American Red '
[t. e Fund.
Abe Aronovitz, assistant city
. y 0f Miami cJ the
nization on tl rl "'
.i wa in Our D< mocra
The new officers recently elect-
ed are to be iiv*t
Sunday. June 23rd at tlu olum-
bus Roof. Carl Gaiilti ir is
man of the in tnl a.v.- mmiti e
and invitations ha' e been
all members. Th thai nan a-t-
nounced thai art att. nd
pro imati ly *'.'0 ould i tho
[nsiallation Banquet whi< h i- the
outstanding affair ea :h year of
i'.( < ivic l eagoe.
London i VYN'S) After 12 days
of bitter m sistanee, during whicl
hundreds ol thousands of nun
1 en v. ore killed.
Hitler's me-
chanized battalions.
Weakened by Fascist "fifth
column" elements, bel rayed by
al of lnr own generals,
I i: e, one of the orld's few re-
crai fell befoi e
the hi ared Nazi war ma-
il li and to capitulate.
The surrender of Frame yielded
approximately 362,000 Jews, in-
cluding 42,000 Jewish refugees
from Germany and Nazi occupied
lands and between 50,000 and 60,-
000 .lews fTOm other countries.
.lews who fled to France Iron:
Belgium and Holland were return
ed to their Nazi persecutors.
Neutral observers here, recalling
Hitlers' threats tO annihilate world
Jewry, predicted thai French Jew-
1 ry will suffer the same [ate which
'overtook the 3,000.000 .lews of
Roland.
Prior to the fall of Frame, the
'official Nazi radio warned French
Jews that "their day was coming"
and placed the blame for allied
resistance at the door of Jewry.
Nazi troops have been ordered to
a, gijrjjt all -lews fighting
with the Allied forces,
Shortly after Marshal retain.
appointed Premier of Frame a few
hours after the resignation of Pro-
mi, Reynau I and his cabinet, an-
i that he had asked for
,,eac. Nazi censorship damped
down on the country, leaving the
world in darkness about the tl te
0f the refugees who fled to France
from nll parts o Europe.
A Community
Service
i S e Page 5)
The Greater Miami Jewish Fi d
at a i f the ex
ecutive committee held last v
I I ...... J.....
City to fill th i al J po-
sition of executive dire tor.
Mr. Joffe an attoi ney, wa-
in I: ichester, N. Y.. in 1012, where
as edui al d in thi
schools of that
Ui i v whei eh eived
I.I.. B. !! prai I i -d law in R
r [or some time, afti r which
he iimycd his prai t ice to Ni
York. In 1939 he b < ame ass*
ed with the National Refugi i- r-
vice in the capacity i :' Field Re|
rcsentative for the Northeast Dis
trict, consisting of th
New Voik. Connecticut. Rhode I
and. Massachusetts, Maine. New
Hampshire, and Vermont. His
affiliations include Jewish Young
Men's Association. as as-
Bisting executive director; Joint
Distribution Committee, treasurer
Hospital Receives
Drive Receipts
Ground breakin- for the South
Florida Crippled hildren's Hos-
pital and Scho schedul
5 P. M. on th Fourth of July,
according to A. J. Ko| i': I
chairman of for member ps in tl hos-
pital.
The hour was i h sen so the
event could be fitted into a i r >-
gram arranged for II '
Day by Miami Civic and Pal
organizations.
Tentative plans are for a 30
minute ceremony, highlight ol
which will be the turning Oi
f.rst shovelful of dirt in the $2 i0,-
(KI0 building program of a h
which will serve nol only the han-
dicapped childn n of ten South
Florida counties but all child
the area in nee.I of hospitaliza-
tion. without regard to color, rac-
er en ed.
total raised by tl e B ai
B'rith committee through June 19,
amounted to $806.00 which, ac-
cording to Chairman K .pi I
is larger than any Other [rater-
nal organize ion has raised [or the
hospital to dati. H is hoped thai
nany more will COntil ue to con-
ribute to tins worthy cause by
sending one dollar f r each mem-
ber of their [amilies thereby be-
(Continued on Page l >
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Ad'e-
invite the Jewish public
Lu ttt. ..
An......
from Former Gov-ernor
Dava Shoitz
en
"World Conditions Tod
.it their home
425 E. Rivo Atto Drive
Rivo Alto Island. Miami Beach
Sunday, z p
o:' 111: Loa i x
J or the A gi i
children'- Home; |
superintendi nt of the Ri ; i
School of Temple B< th F.
Israel, president of M i -
Metropolitan Conference of T m-
ple Brotherhoods of wl
treasurer and later vice president;
War Diary____Of A Belgian Refugee
,. i.:i t ,...>re n
By MARGUERITE GILBERT
(Hlth-i eonuuers s Ii ni and thou-
,,,u oul I i me i I'" i
,.., evm lati Hltlei mar. >?
n manv thn isnmU n llloijs. Ri
beslns t" l..... ""
when ii desi Ibea a ill ial on ., i
oi.i 'Ifall with i '
. hend them Iti tni
. ila; i die Ri i '
Bi Iglan refuses is ih. story ol
those millionsThe Editor.)
Brussels, May 10.The police
are searching the houses. I must
burn all correspondence written
in German. The letters I received
from America went through the
Belgian censors long ago. A shert
time ago. a remark about Hitler
was deleted. They were anxious
to obsi rve the neutrality. The si-
ra B are shrieking.
Brussels, May 11. The pol.ee
asked me to leave Belgium and
gave me an "Order of Evacua-
tion.' This is a paper allowing
me to enter France. In 1914 I
fled t" England.
Brussels. May 12.I closed my
little apartment. My father(he
was under arrest from 1914 to
1918) found, upon his return, a
bombed hole in place of his homo
!remains in Brussels. My broth-
er is a soldier.
Brussels, May 13My knap-
sack weighs 12 kilo. 1 carry a
j blanket on my arm. The train
which was to bring me to Paris in
5 hours is overcrowded. 1 must
wait 24 hours.
Brussels. May I 1.Filled with
a thousand passengers, the train
departed promptly. Thirty kilo-
meters forward, the train halts.
We are given the choice: Back
to Brussels or to walk to France.
I The stretch Brussels. Mons.
parishas been bombarded. Mons
is in flames. The skies are blood
red. I joined up with a Belgian
(Continued on Page 6)
ISAAC JOFFE
nail Federation ol
Brolherhoods and mem' i >.
executive board. He is a mi mb
of /.ei i lii la r.m and Delta S
Rho. honorary debate fraternity,
pa:: mast< r Masonic w-
, r i ity No. 1)1 a \. VI., ..
mend', r of ] try
Club. He i- married ami ha- two
.
VIr. Jn i '"
July 7th I a nee
Hi.? h udq (ai I i will in- a
. maintained I
year i Congress
for ervicc to the Col
mini ii y.
A n .ui'i i "'. r | are be-
ing planned :- thai I will be
enabled meet the Greater Mi-
ami Community.
Mr. Stanley C. Myers, president
of the Federation, in announcing
th' appointment state.i "That a -
tor careful consideration and dtu
deliberation Mr. .Joffe was select-
ed to act as director of Federa-
tion. His record of commul
work with which lie has affiliated
himself throughout hi> life h.08
proven him the type of man Fed-
ritieii must have and one v. .
will fill a need in this area. Fed-
eration's rapid growth has made
it necessary for a professional
leader to devote full time to the
greatly increasing details entail-
ing the operation of the organiza-
tion." With community cooper-
ation the directors of Federation
believe Mr. Joffe will carry Feder-
ation to greater heights enabling
it to expand and increase its in-
valuable aid to the many organi-
zations now affiliated with it.



'il
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PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAJf
FRIDAY, JUNE 21. 194.
ti
* SOCIAL AC\11\1HES *
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
IN VEILING
HELD *"*
The unveiling of a tombstone
to the memory of the late Morris
Abraham, former treasurer of the
Beth Jacob Congregation, was
held Sunday afternoon at Wood-
lawn cemetery. The services m ere
conducted by Rabbi Moses Mesch-
eloff assisted by Cantor Maurice
M;i niches.

WBDOING
SOLEMNIZED
The wedding of Miss Bernice
Bauer to Irving Laibson, well
known musician, was held on the
lawn of the Admiral Hotel Sun-
day afternoon. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff officiated in the pres-
ence of the families and hundreds
of friends. A reception followed.

PICNIC
TO BE HELD
The Workmen's Circle Branch
No. o"32 will hold an all day picnic
Sunday. June 23rd. at Hardie's
Casino. Miami Beach. Complete
dinners, etc.. will be available.

VISIT
BALTIMORE
Mi. and Mrs. Charles Strauss
left for a month's stay in Balti-
more, where they will visit rela-
tives and friends. Mrs. Strauss is
corresponding secretary of the Y.
W. H. A.

CONVALESCES
AT HOME
Mrs. L. J. Hartz is convalescing
at her home. *{4 S. W. 10th Ave.,
fro* injuries recently received in
a fall, and would appreciate her
friends visiting her.
BEACH MIZRACHI
PLEDGES
The Miami Beach Mizrachi men
1 and women held ^heir closing
meeting of the summer at the
Beth Jacob synagogue Saturday
night. Reports of the first annu-
al Lag B'Omer party and JNF
work were given. More than $()0
have been contributed to the JNF
this year and 200 trees have been
purchased. Fifty dollars was
pledged to the Nachalat Hcrzog,
a new colony being built in Pal-
estine by the Mizrachi. A Vaad
L'Crizuk Hadas. a committee for
the strengthening of Jewish ob-
servances, was appointed, and will
hold a meeting in the near future.
*
LEAVE FOR
NEW YORK
Mr. and Mrs. Al Reisman left
Sunday for New York where they
will visit relatives and friends.
They were accompanied by Mrs.
Reisman's mother. Mrs A. Rob-
erts, and sister Miss Marjorie
Roberts.

TAKE
TRIP
Mr. and Mrs. William Clein
will leave for an extensive trip
through the states.

ABLE TO
SEND FOOD
BIAS, Hebrew Sheltering and
Immigrant Aid Society, announ-
ces that it is now in a position to
send Kosher Food Packages to the
following countries To the entire
German occupied Poland, to Ger-
many itself, to Austria, and to
Russia. Orders for these food
packages will be taken at the local
HIAS office. Room 401 Congress
Building, phone 3-5377.
GOING
OUR WAYt
SILVER METEOR
De Luxe Coach Streamliner
NEW DAILY SERVICE
To Washington, New York and the East from Tampa,
St. Petersburg and West Coast cities as well as from
Miami and the East Coast.
24 HOURS 55 minutes to NEW YORK
De Luxe travel at new. low Coach fares. Air-conditioned. Dining car.
erring low-priced meal*; tarera oar; ioaznge-obtervation car. Stewardea*-
Dorae. Radio entertainment. DieteleMwered. All seats, going or return-
ing, must be reserteil 7.V ADVANCE. Lr. Miami daily at 10:00 A. If.
New. improved schedule. Southbound, leave New \ork, 2:30 P. If-
Washington b:50 P.M.. Ar.W.Palm Beach 2:08 P. M.. Ar. Miami 3:30 P. M.
Also new faster schedules for the Southern States Special. Reclining.
aeat coaches, sleeping cars, lounge car. Lv. Miami 10:30 A. M.
ALL-EXPENSE TOURS TO N. Y. WORLD'S FAIR via SEABOARD
Economical. Complete. Ask any Travel Agent.
All TRAINS AIR-CONDITIONED
Con-uli T.\T. LucLett. A.G.P.A.. Seaboard Railway,
173 East FTagler Street. Miami Phone 3-8391
TRAVEL NOW TAKE A YEAR TO PAY
Easy to Arrange. No Red Tape- Ask Seaboard Ticket Agent
WEDDING
TO BE HELD
Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman
and daughter. Rosalind, lcf<
Thursday for Columbia. South < a-
rolina tO attend the wedding of
their son and brother, Milton A.
Friedman to Miss Sylvia Stern,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel
Stern, Sunday evening, June 23rd
at 7::10 p. m. in the House of Peace
Synagogue. Following the wed-
ding there will be a bridal dinner
for the immediate family and brid-
al attendants, after which a re-
ception will be held for all friends
at the Wade Hampton Mote!.
Attendants at the wedding will
be Miss Ann Stein, sister of the
bride, maid of honor; Mrs. Leon-
ard Paul, matron of honor; brides-
maids, Misses Tillye and Irene
Stern, sisters of the bride; Miss
Rosalind Friedman, sister of the
groom, and Miss Helen Sribnick.
Mr. Elliott Serotta will be best
man, and groomsmen will be Hen-
ry Stern, brother of the bride;
Abram Berry. Irving Karesh
Sol Breibart. Ushers will be Iz
Sribnick. Phil Rosen. Norman Sul-
tan, and Jerry Lewis.
The bride attended the Univer-
sity of South Carolina, where she
was active in arts and dran
She is a member of Delta S -
social sorority. The groom att
ed the University of Miami, and
was graduated from th< Univer-
sity of Florida Law School. While
there he took an active part in
campus activities, particularly in
debating and glee club work. He
is- a member of Phi Beta Delta
Fraternity, past president of V. M.
H. A., past secretary of B'nai
R'rith. present secretary of Beth
David Synagogue, member of the
leration of Jewish v.
- .-. i is very AZA

deputy of the order.
Imm dding
the couple will leave by boat for
a honeymoon trip :>> tuba. Upon
their return here where Mr.
Friedman is enga) the prac-
tice of law having offices in the
duPont Building, they will make
their residence at 501 14th Street,
Miami Beach.

LEAVES
FOR NORTH
David Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Jacobs, left Sunday with
his uncle for New YoTk where he
will spend the summer.

BABY
IS BORN
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fine of
Cincinnati. Ohio, announce the
birth of a son. Richard Howard,
Thursday. June 0th, there. Mrs.
Fine is the former Sylvia Miller
of Miami.
VISIT
HERE
Mr. and Mrs. A. Goldstein, ac-
companied by their daughter
Blanche and son Charles, former-
ly of Palm Reach and now of Bir-
mingham Ala., arc visiting in Mi-
ami with Mr-. Goldstein's mother
and father. Mr. and Mrs. William
Clein.

ELECTED TO
OFFICE
Dr. Albert K. Rosenthal, prom-
inent dentist, was recently elect-
ed vice president of the Miami
Dental Society for the 1940-41
year. Dr. Rosenthal is active in
Federation work, civic and com-
munal affairs.

VACATION IN
PENNSYLVANIA
Mrs. Henry Gabbe, accompan-
ied by her daughters Rhoda Ji an
and Mary Lou, will have Sunday
for Lancaster, Pa., when' they
will visit in the Pennsylvania
mountains and New York.

\l VRRIAGE
is HELD
The wedding of Mi Wal-
lick to Harry Kessler was hi Id a;
the home of the bride Sui day af-
ternoon. Rabbi Moses Ml -eheloff
ated in th of the
immediate family and close
Is.
VACATION IN
NEW YORK
Rabbi and Mrs. Oilman A.
Zwitman left Thursday for New
York where they vacation during
the month of July. While in the
north Rabbi Zwitman will attend
several conferences and i
at Harvard University.

SPECIAL
MEETING CALLED
The Sisterhood of the '
Beach Community Center
at Euclid Avenue and 1
Place, will hold a special meeting
Tuesday. June 2oth at 8 p. ,,,. the
purpose of the meeting is |
plete plans for the mah jong and
card party to be held in thi
den Center Sunday evening. June
30. Tickets now obtainable.
For the Finest in
STRICTLY KOSHEit
Meats & Poultry
PHONE 2-4994
MALEK'S
1832 S. W. Eighth St.
ii
:
EDDIE'S TIRE
SHOP
VIr. and Mrs. E. S. Emanary
Proprietors
Super Full Circle
Retreading and Vulcanizing
Used Tires-Bargains
Road Service
400-15 Fiat Tires
The Onlv Place in Town
Who Makes Them
i:>01 N. MIAMI AVENUE
PHONE 2-0673
RUMMAGE NEEDED
A' rone bavins ai
nlture, etc,
art> not being used or I
coop* rate
dies Auxiliary of the
" Ifai a Bureau, and
ticlea to ihe
M.V.I-: STORE ma;: .
them.
If You Cannot Bring Th;s*
to the
RUMMAGE STORE
Located at 167 N. w. 5ti St.
Pleaie Phone
Mri. L. J. Hartz. 2
Mn. Morrit Dubler. 5 3""
Mn Harry Kaufman.
and they will be called for
WILSON
PICTURE FRAME >H0P
ITI N. w. FIRST STREET
PHONE 2-2462
MIAMI. FLORIDA
We Call for and Deliver
(rerf/adetff-
FAMILY CLUB
MEETS
The 'regular meeting of the
Family Club was held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz
featuring a gay nineties skit with
Louie Leibovitr, Mrs. Jack
Schwartz. Miss Ida Schwartz. Mrs.
Louis Leibovitz, Mrs. [sador Fine,
Mrs. Oscar Argintar. and Mrs.
Arthur Schwartz participating.
The program included a Professor
Quiz contest witSi Arthur
Schwartz conducting and Betty
Kirshenbaum winner of the prize.
and : g of the original
Family Club SOng written hy Miss
Adele > gall.
Burdine's
JERSEY
PLAY SLITS
J.98 set
The same fine quality ravon
Jersey play >uits sold out
Quickly a few weeks ago:
One-piece -hurts s-t buttons
don the front. Round neck,
yoke in front and hack and
two simulated pockets. Cir-
cular rut skirt buttons down
front. Misses' sizes.
BEAi uui: \r.
THIRD K|
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t
FRIDAY. JUNE 21. 1910
na jkwjxh runtmiAv
PAGE THREE
i
*N
I CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIOXKER CONGREGATION)
SOCIETY
i....
TEMPLE ISRAEL
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi 19;, Southwest 18th Road I
Home Phone 2-217* i
i
i
j Offie Phone 2-1473
PERMANENT CALENDAR J. Kopelowitz, Hairy Mandell,
. I-ouis Margulies, Syd. Palmer, Sol
D.ily .ervtee. at 7 m. nd Rotfort j-m ^.^ ^^
Friday .ven.ng, 5:30 o clock iSootin and Mafy Weink,e
Sabbath ass-vices, Saturday 8:30 i-|ans are DL.ing. f0,muiated for
a. >. |a mother and daughter luncheon
Late Friday evening services, to be held at the Beth David Tal-
Friday evening 8:15. mud Torah Wednesday, July 10th,
Junior aervicaa. Saturday 10:30 !"**_? ^"^ <' M";
. Rose Khrlich. Further details will
*" be given in a later issue.
Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p. Refuah shlaema
n. We pray to the Almighty that
Sunday School. Sunday 10:00 a. Hl. Krant a p,.rn,anent curi, to
m. Mrs. Louis J. Hartz who is con-
Mar-Mittyah Group, Sunday vaioscing. at hcr homc from an
9:00 a. m. accident. She is indeed deserv-
Adult Hiatory Group, Sunday jng of constant sound health.
10:30 a. m. Leave for the North
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wad- Rabbi Max Shapiro left for To-
naaday of Month.
MRS. LOUIS MARGULIES
Reporting for the Beth David
Congregation
Talmud Torah
We urge parents who have re-
vived notices to register their
children for the summer semester
of our daily Hebrew school, and
who have not done so as yet to
I>lease attend to that matter at
once. Classes are held daily from
'.' to 1 a. m. under the direction
of Mr. Louis Gadon. Remerrber,
the study of Torah has precedence
over everything.
Sisterhood Annual Picnic
ledo, Ohio to join Mrs. Shapiro
I and children who are visiting her
j mother. After a short stay they
j will continue to New York to visit
the Rabbi's parents, where they
intend remaining until the end of
July.
Junior Hadassah
By Elsie Kronenfeld
At the regular meeting of Jun-
ior Hadassah held Monday eve-
ning. June 17th at the Beth David
Talmud Torah. final plans were
made for the unit's annual instal-
The annual picnic of the Bethilation banquet to be held Monday
David Sisterhood will take place evening, June 24th, 7:80 o'clock at
Sunday, June 30 throughout the the Park Central Hotel, Miami
entire day at Hardies Casino. Mi-Beach.
ami Beach. We ask the coopera- Those taking part in the pro-
tion of members and friends to gram will be Mrs. S. II. Lutsky,
please come and partake of thetoastmistress and installing offic-
delicioua chicken dinners and va- er; Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, president
rious other foods within the range of Senior Hadassah; Pauline Que-
of popular prices. Mrs. J, Engler, rido, Edith Frelich, Lee Krick.
chairman of this picnic, h.\.; ar Jeannette Simon, Betty Lasky,
ranged to meet the desire of our and Rosalyn Klein,
many friends. Serving with Mrs. Reservations can still be made
Engler on the committee are Mis-by calling Rosalyn Klein or Ruth
dames Isador Fine. Saul Grief. M.Goodstein.
RETURN
TO CITY
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Lvin re-
turned to the city Tuesday eve-
ning from Rocky Mount, N. C, j
where Mr. Levin was recuperating
from a minor operation. Mr. Lev-
in was recently elected president
of the B'nai B'rith Fifth District.

VISITING
IN NORTH
Miss Dorothy Ann Levin is vis-
iting relatives and friends in Bal-
timore, Md., while her brother
Robert is attending the R. O. T. C.
at Aberdeen. Both will be gone
for six weeks.
I
LEAYES FOR
NEW YORK
Morris Wroobel will leave Sun-
day for New York where he will |
visit for two weeks with relatives
and friends.

.UNDERGOES
'TONSII.ECTOMY
I Louis Myers, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, under-
went a tonsilectomy operation at
Jackson Memorial Hospital, and
[ is now convalescing at home.

REMOVES
OFFICE
David A. Frank announces the
removal of his law offices to 250
American Bank Building.

BENEFIT
SUCCESS
A large audience was present at
the successful gala vaudeville
show Sunday, June Kith at Fla-
mingo Park sponsored by the Na-
tional Children's Convalescent
Home for the benefit of the fur-
nishing of their new home, now
nearing completion. In charge of
arrangements were Mr. J. J. Lip-
pitt- Mrs. Stanley Hodes. Mr. Jo-
seph A. Berruan, Mrs. Jan Jacobs,
Mrs. Benjamin Slote and Mrs.
Maxwell Hynian.
...
DIVISION
TO MEET
The Miami Chapter of the Wo-
men's Division of the American
Jewish Congress will hold a spe-
cial board meeting Monday. June
24 at 10:30 a. m. at the Victor
Hotel, Miami Beach. All board
members are urged to be present
as important business will be
transacted.
Mrs Moses Krieger, president
of the local chapter, was elected
187 N. E. lth Street Office Phone 2-7746 I
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN I
IM Indian Crook Drive(-UK tit S. B. Hat St.I-N4I
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
E1th*r or both of th. Rabbla will bo In th. Tomplo ovary morning
T*u may eongult with them on matter, concerning tho Jowla ooauna-
nlty. or your pti tonal problama. Tou will bo aaaured lymoathoolc |
hearing and ailvlco, and, needleaa to aay, aach natter will bo ha)4 aa I
aUlct conflaonca.
Congregational are Mrs. Harry Boyell and Mrs.
'Do not withdraw thyself from Samuel Katz. Both sewing and
the congregation.'Hillel. knitting are done.
---------- In Memoriam
Sabbath Eve Services "May the Father of Peace send
Friday evening, June 21st. at peace to all who mourn and com-
8:15 o'clock, the late services will fort the bereaved among us."
be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kap- | At the services this Friday eve-
Ian, ning the memory of the following
Sisterhood will be hallowed: Charles Sprintz,
All ladies are urged to attend father of Henry Sprints; Moses
on Monday mornings at 9:30 Sonneborn. father of Mrs. Herbert
o'clock in Kaplan Hall of Temple Simon; and Leo J. Wcintraub,
Israel to participate in the sewing father of J, B. Weintraub. Re-
project for the Red Cross. Co- cently departed. Dr. Harry Levin,
chairmen of this worthy project father of Leonard Glickman.
to the national board as a direc-
tor at the recent convention held
in New York.
Wednesday afternoon at the
Revlin Hotel a benefit man jon'j
and card party was held with
Mrs. Jack Wucher as chairman.
Prizes were awarded and refresh-
ments served.
...
REPORT
HEARD
Mrs. L. Wolk. president of tht
English Speaking Group of the
Pioneer Women for Palestine, re-
ported at the last meeting of the
organization, t lat at the end of
the season's activities So^-l.'''' was
raised and sent to the national of-
fice in New York. Mrs. Wolk
will leave for Pittsburgh to attend
the /.. O. A. convention where she
will be the guest of Rabbi and
Mrs. M. A. Levine,
...
VACATION
IN NORTH
Mrs. II. Spewaek and daughter
Mrs. 11. Decky left for New York
Thursday where they will visit
relatives and friends, and will re-
turn to Miami in September.
BENEFIT
PARTY HELD
Mrs. H. Decky and Miss Sally
j Golden were hosts at a bingo par-
ty Friday at the Sevilla Plaza
Hotel for the benefit of the Red
.Cross War Fund. Various card
games were played and drinks
I served.
...
SUCCUMBS TO
ACCIDENT INJURIES
Harold Schulman. 31. of .">-l2
S. W, 13th Ave., succumbed to
injuries received in an automobile
accident Monday near Wallerbom.
N. ('.. while on the way to New
York City. Services were ion-
ducted Thursday afternoon at the
'.Miami Jewish Funeral Home and
j interment followed in the Wood-
'lawn Park cemetery. He is sur-
vived by his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
John Schulman, two brothers,
Murray of Miami and Mark of
New York City, and a sister. Mrs.
Shirley Elkin of New York City,
A companion. Paul 1'arlxi. also
succumbed, and rWo Others, Mur-
ray Kellman is convalescing at his
home, 829 N. W. 7th Ave., and
Murray Kalish is in the North Ca-
rolina Hospital.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY. JUNE 21, 1910
m*Jewish Florid fan
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
P. 0. Box 2973
PLANT AND 0FFICE8
21 8. W. Second Avenue
I
J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
I
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager
Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at
Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
B'NAI B'RITH
T
NOTES
OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL
FLORIDA CITIES
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, West Palm Beach Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
One year ......._................_......_......-......
Six Mcnths ..........................------..........-
by Harold Turk
Dr. Berkley's (B.B.B)) lovely
home and grounds were overrun
by the B'nai B'rith Histrionic
Committee last week and such
talent The skit in the form of
a radio broadcast that they will
put on at tin Patriotic Rally on
June 25, will be worth while see-
ing and listening to thanks to
Brother Jinimie Leonard who
wrote the script and is directing
'it. Speaking about Dr. Berkley's
$t-80 home, did you know that he has a
$1.00
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1940
VOLUME 13No. 25
FIFTH COLUMN
swell swimming pool built in a
most beautiful setting, surrounded
by trees, a lock garden and a
vegetable garden which includes
some rare species of growth
To the Y. M. II. A., orchids, for
their offer of the use to us of
their grounds for Tuesday. June
2.">th at no cost and their splendid
cooperation with numerous details,
such as seating arrangements,
lighting effects, as als I in SO
many other manifold ways.
In addition there are a great
many brothers who have been aid-
ing in this affair, behind the
scenes, about which more will be
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHUfEAi J. _I_OW)
Let's analyze this term that has become the most widely-used
expression in today's lexiconthe "fifth column." Let's look into it
and decide what it means, because indications are that it's going to said mxt week.
become horribly abused in months to come. Show your appreciation for
n .: r a i_ i .. ... American ideals, the Constitution
The expression first came Into being during the cMl w.r to Spain, ami oul. Flag ,,v attending this
when the Insurgents had four columns marching on Madrid and some, splendid affair with as many of
body referred to the rebel spies working front within Madrid as your friends and relatives as pos-
France's fifth column. But "fifth column" achieved wide international We. See you Tuesday night at
prominence when Hitler's made it a salient actor in his invasion of ,m' *"
!_!. ,i Brother Abe Aronovitz's office
.Norway, the Lowlands and planned to Use it in England and France. ... ,, ,,.,,,
has become the Philadelphia Hall
Actually, "fifth column" includes two concepts(1) the Ger- of B'nai B'rith. It is the scene
mans sent into a country in various guises, such as tourists or refu- and the source of most of the ac-
gees. to play the role of assisting Herman parachutists and other Nazi tivitieS' connected with the Red
forces when the day of the invasion comes, and (2) those groups who, Cr0M Humanity Ball that B'nai
.,.,. .,.,- c 4.u i -i B'rith is sponsoring different
although citizens of their countries, consciouslv or unconsciously assist ,
committees meet starting about
the Nazis by agitation aimed at disrupting unit>. g.30 jn ,h(, raorning and ending
Which of the two regiments in the "fifth column" is the more dan- abou< ,0 '< lo<'> :" ni*'" '
gerous? Experience thus for has shown that the Second Regimen. WOnd!' hmv m8"y '"V1'1' *PPreci-
ate the work that the chairman
represents the greater menace. As we have mentioned belore-and as of a(..iv(, amJ u.
W shall mention again, because the point needs emphasisNorway's other members of the committee
Quisling and Holland's Mussert are not Germans; but they have do? No doubt very few, other-
hitched their stars to Hitler's wagon and thus are part of Nazidom's wis* scheme of world conquest bv everything but birth. woul<1 not '"' s" hard ,!""h"
. Aronovitz has enlisted a large ar-
This point needs emphasizing and ^emphasizing because there my rf vl0rVm wn ..,. doing
is a tendency among some quarters in the United States to use the splendid job in silling tickets and
"fifth column" threat simply as an excuse for a sweeping drive against in getting others to sell them .
aliens. Already some persons not entirely above suspicion of being getting others to sell them is a
recruits for Jhe Second Regiment of the "fifth column" are turning bigger job than selling them your-
their guns on immigrationwith the "fifth column" slogan as their self. Men like Brothers Leo Bis-
enstein. Rudy Adler. Sol Gold-
strom, Dave Emmer, Matty Band-
The months to come will see efforts by two sides to utilize the ler and others could very well list
nation's sensitivity to the "fifth column." The forces of liberalism themselves as being employed by
will seek to show that Americans seeking to disrupt unity, as well as the Bnai B'ri,n simc ,h,y s|',('ul
., ,. -. ... i many days and evenings on B'nai
derman Nazis and Communists in this country, menace our democracy. .?. f. ... ,. ,
Brith activities We need new
The reactionaries will seek to turn the drive into a general alien hunt. recruits and reinforcements to ac-
W'e should like to know from Senator Reynolds and Congressman complish the task of bringing re-
Yinson whether they consider the German-born Einstein or the Ameri- lief to the victims of war Fail
can-born Pelley the greater threat to American unity. them not as they are helpless.
To show you how B'nai B'rith
Thanks to Hitler's tactics of raising treason to a national indus- works, take the ease of Brother
try, the "fifth column" bids fair to become the most important issue in Al Freidus Doc attended the
America's drive for security. But let's decide now what the term medical convention in New York
means. Before we begin fitting the shoe, let's determine on whose foot Rnd returned on Sunay. On Mon-
. 4-ii,., dav he procured two more new
it belongs. I.et us not permit America laudable awareness of the L .
members remember, he recent-
"fifth column" threat to degenerate into an alien-baiting drive. Let's )y brought in five new members
remember the Second Regiment of the columnthe antidemocratic en masse, and Monday after-
forces within the American community. noon I met him and gave him a
______________________________________________batch of Red Cross tickets to sell
and he didn't even squawk ... In
... l.ou fact Brother Friedua believes in
saying little and doing much .
Brother Eisenstein doing the im-
possible by heading a membership
1' drive and at the same time should-
\ 00 eTing a large portion of the re-
j ,, sponsibility for making our Hu-
'( 0* manity Ball a success ... I under-
5.00 stand from reliable sources that
i nn Brother Eisenstein has been plan-
j*> ning to take care of some of his
27.00 |own personal business for several
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Hospital Drive
Reports Progress
Ko.se Nathan
Harry and Bertha Rayvls____
Samuel l.lpton ............
Louis, Marcella, Kugene and
Mickey Lou Halman......
Jean. Shirley and Kmamirl
1.00
8.00
(Continued from Page 1)
coming members of the South Flo- Seitiln ..'.!..". T'.'.'""'.'.'.'.____
j n 1 j r-i.il A*>. u.i.| Hman and Helen M. Kaplan
rtda Crippled Children s Hospital. ,,.,,,. .,,, siorence i Km,,,,.,
Send checks to M. J. Kopelowitz, g^j&TU&ST ........
369 S. W. 28th Road. All member- Mr. and |_s. .lake E.I*r_ln
ships are acknowledged through $$J_ fgj-,, -,;,-,,;, jia,:lM--
this column. Memberships ro- Anjon grelsej,^............
ceived this week are: employees American 6_nk...
JS?tH?*S_-r::::::::::::: :8S' **_!>.*.............,,..,
YOU SHOULD KNOW
A V. Development Company is the name of a private corporation
formed by Bund leaders to lake over the ownership of Camp Sieg-
fried at Vaphank. L. I.....V. V.. you should know, stands for the Nail
shibboleth "Amerika Verreckel" ... It means "Let America Perish."
and has been substituted by the Nazis in this country for the watch-
word they used so much in their early days in (iermany, "Juda Yer-
recke!" The latest developments in the I'nited States of Brazil,
when President Vargas virtually declared his solidarity with Mussolini.
have created consternation among the Jewish refugees in that country,
who fear the worst The Polish Government in exile is debating,
as one of its most Important "reconstruction" policies, the evacuation
of a million Jews from Poland al the conclusion of hostilities .
The first air raiders to bombard Ababa from South Africa were two
Jewish boys from Johannesburg (.rcat anxiety prevails concerning
the fate of Palestine's form leader Moishe Smilansky, who on his re-
turn trip from here to Palestine got stuck in Genoa when war was
declared by Italy .
ZIONIST FRONT
There's a great deal of talk to the effect that one of Mussolini's
war aims is to capture Palestine and transfer the Vatican to Eretz
Israel That would end the hope for the Jewish Homeland, of
nurse As a matter of fact, Italian missionaries and priests already
have quite a strong Fifth Column in Palestine But the Greek Or-
thodox Church can be expected to give it some stiff opposition, which
is expected to go beyond the sphere of theological disputes Hyman
A. Schulson, who is directing the forces that are backing the program
of Dr. Solomon Goldman, complains that we've done him wrong .
We said a couple of columns ago that he is not a member of the Zion st
organization of America He officially states that hi' is a member of
the Z. O. A. and has paid his dues, as of May 17. HMO When he
reveals this, however. Mr. Schulson neglects to add that he actually
became a member of the Z. 0. A. for the first time at that time .
In other words, at the time when we wrote our column Mr. Schulson
was not on the /.. 0. A. records as a member This is confirm!
a statement we have received from Mr. Morris Margulies, the i i
gctic secretary of the Z. 0. A. The petition lo amend the Zionist
Constitution so as to extend the president's term to more than two
years, which some of Dr. Goldman's supporters sponsored, has bei 11
withdrawn There is a strong movement on the part of Goldman
supporters to advance the candidacy of E. Kaufman of Washington, a
wealthy business men who also owns one of the swankiest hotels in
Miami .
HERZLIANA
Z. II. Rubinstein, tireless managing editor of Ihe Jewish Dav. is
readying a film production on the life of heodore llerzl The late
Professor Borris Schatz's bust of Dr. llerzl will be unveiled al the
Palest i,. Pavilion at the Fair on llerzl's Vahrzeit this year Mor
decai Newman, brother of Klias Newman. Ihe famous Palestine painter.
is preparing to launch a publishing firm that will issue English books
of Jewish cultural Interest The first book to come out will Ik- an
abridged version of Dr. Theodore llerzl's diaries, with an introduction
by Pierre van I'aasscn Incidentally, Dr. liarzl's diaries contain an
uncannily exact prediction of world events as they are now unfolding.
MORE ABOUT ZIONISTS
The one and only Choneh is bai '. in the United States, after a pro-
longed visit to Canada When he left Toronto the Toronto Star
featured his picture bigger than it lias ever featured the picture of
any Zionist leader, he tells us He also confided to us that he would
attend the Pittsburgh Z. O. A. convention as the guest of Pierre van
I'aasscn Which reminds us that Pierre made his re-entry into the
lecture field at New York's Town Hall, as the guest of honor of the
American Federation for Polish Jews Van Paassen's statement that
there is already a Sixth Column at work in this country created a sen-
sation Vladimir Jabotinsky may have to rush back to Europe by
Clipper to fetch his-wife. who is now in London Jabotinsky's auto-
biography is being 'very seriously considered by a number of publish-
ers who believe that his life story is stranger tha fiction Colonel
Joseph Patterson, of Jewish Legion fame, who is now in this country,
is Strongly advocating the mobilization of 100,000 Jewish airplane
pilots in this country to |. ready for emergency service in Europe, a
continent which he does not consider lost ... In case you didn't know
it. Col. Patterson was a very intimate friend of President Theodore
Roosevelt, and once accompanied him on a lion-hunting expedition in
Africa. .
THIS AND THAT
The German film. "Baptism of lire," which was produced by the
Nazi Air Ministry as a skillful propaganda medium to scare neutral
countries, is now in this country ... It will, however, never reach the
public theatres That conferece of foreign language editors al the
World's Fair, where the participants publicly declared their loyally
to the I nited States, was nothing but a publicity stunt for Mr. Henry
Ford, and was organize) by Ihe foreign language advertising agency
for the auto plan! "Father's Book of the Year" is the title awarded
to to Martin Panzer's "Father Knows Better" by the National Fath-
er's Day Committee, who recognize it as a Panzer attack on the prob-
lem of bringing up the younger generation We told you quite some
time ago that Z. H. Tygel.executive director of the American Federa-
tion for Polish Jews, would vacate his post Although no news-
paper has published the report as yet, he was let out at the Federa
tlons convention at Asbury Park Here's one reaction to the war:
NOW York Jewish young people's leagues are holding their fourth an-
nual convention June 28 to 30 at Andron's Mountain House, Haincs
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FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 19>0
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
^*
^X
WORLD-WIDE
JEWISH NEWS
.salem (WNS-Palcor Agon-
cy)__The Italian Steamer, Rodi,
which turned back from Haifa
I,.-,, 11 r just as it was about to dis-
embark its passengers, including
Jewish refugees, when Italy
,1 war, was discovered to be
at Malta.
\ able from the British Medit-
..n island reported that all
the assengers were in good
li was apparent that a
I h squadron had seized the
vessel and lowed her into
ti rritory.
I
c
video (WNS) D b< very
, | n Sazi militray plot to seize
.... with the help of German
, rans from Argentina led
i i here of L2 Nazi lead-
ThC plotters had hoped to
Uruguay to the status of a .
.. colony.
Sazis arrested, it was re-
duded Arnulf Fuhrmann,
American director of anti-
activities, Julius Holzer
,l. r of the Uruguayan
i roops, and Rudolph PoetZ,
I i ig ...van director of Nazi pro-
la.
i ly important local Nazi
arrest was Julius Dall-
.:. bi riln d at the "Little
I r" for Uruguay.
JAMES LEONARD
Chairman of B'nai Brith
Patriotic Rally
WNS i The Spanish
Governmt nt, hah
I i.doiied the spread of anti-
in throughout the country
tl end of ill" < i\ il War.
. .; sti icl im trui tions to
., i noops i" bai -i v ; h
from I- rani <. it was
cl here,
at the Spanish-French
r have been heavily re-i n-
forced. Military commanders have
orders to turn back any .lews at
tempting to enter Spain.
It was reported that Portugal
has taken measures to close ii-
doors to Jewish refugees from de-
feated France.
At the same time i: was learned
that the Fascist party puss in
Spain had 1 lunchc d a violent an i
Semitic campaign, charging that
Jews opposed the Franco regime
and fought with the I oyalists in
ii \ an: a! tempt tu down the
Insurgent ebellio.
JUNE
_; Workmen's Circle Branch
092, al. day picnic, Hardie's
288 P. M. Jewish Radio Hour
Station WIOD, Rabbi Abra-
ham A. Kellner conducting.
24Miami Chapter Women's Di-
vision American Jewish Con-
gress, 10:30, Victor Hotel.
Board Meeting.
24Junior Hadassah Installation
Banquet 7:.'!(> p. m. Park Cen-
tral Hotel.
24Junior Division Y. M. H. A.,
Open House at V.
25 Sisterhood of the Miami Beach
< mmuni.y Center Special
Meeting at Center s p. tn.
-' Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Regular Meeting at V ciub-
rooms. 2:'M> p. m
-'; B'nai B'rith Patriotic Rally
at V Athh tic Field, 8:30.
2C V. w. H. a. Regular Meeting
at V.
30 1! th David Sisterhood annual
Tunic Hardie's Casino.
30 Sisterhood of Miami Beach
Community (enter Mah Jong
and (aid Tarty at Center.
ICY
1 B'nai B'rith Humanity Ball
l>. net it lied ( ros- Refugee
Fund, ( ivic Center, 9 p. m.
; W rumen's Or. le Branch
692 M.....llight Sad.
1 National Council Jewish Jun-
iors. ;:i day Picnic, .\iatheson
Han.m vi,.
.ii Beth David Si terh i Moth-
er ai il H mghtei I inche n
Calendar
of Events
The Greater Miami Date
Clearance Bureau, conceived
for the benefit of all organi-
zations in Greater Miami,
depends for its success upon
the continued co-operation
of every group in the com-
munity. Dates for next
week's issue should be in the
offii e by Wednesday morn-
ing. To avoid possible con-
fusion and overlapping, offi-
cers of organizations are re-
quested to notify this bu-
reau of tentative dales as
early as possible.
The Jewish Floridian, 21
S. \V. 2nd Ave., Phone
2-1141, which conducts the
bureau for all organizations,
is ready to serve any time in
the matter of clearing dates.
Beth David Talmud Torah, 12
o'clock.
15 Junior Division Y. M. IT A.
Skating Party Venetian Rink.
21Y. W. IT A. Family Supp t
and Card Party at Y. 7:30
p. in.
21 Worki
miens Circle Affair
Date announced,
:J Junior Division Y. M. H. A.
Watermelon 1 arty.
AUGUST
4Workmen's Circle Affair-
Date announced.
ISWorkmen's Circle Affair-
Date announced.
SEPTEMBER
25National Council of Jewish
Women Miami Section open-
ing Fall Meeting. Board
Meeting 10 a. m. followed by
luncheon and general meet-
ing.
OCTOBER
30National Council of Jewish
Women Miami Section Board
Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
NOVEMBER
1And every Friday thereafter
through the month of April.
National Council of Jewish
Women Miami Section gener-
al meeting.
27National Council of Jewish
Women .Miami Section Board
Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
DECEMBER
4National Council of- Jewish
Women General Meeting 2
p. m.
EVERY MONDAY MORNING--
Temple Israel Sisterhood Sew-
ing Classes benefit Red Cross,
at Kaplan Hall.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORN-
INGNational Council of Jew-
ish Women Miami Section Leg-
islation and Study Groups ac
the home of Mrs. C. 11. Adler.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTER-
NOONY. W. H. A. Sewing
(lasses benefit Red Cross at
Y Clubrooms.
GOING
OUR WAY?
COOL, AIR-
CONDITIONED
RECLINING-
SEAT
COACHES
London i WNS 'Ih< [I lian gov-
ei nmeiit nil im| o*< il se\ ere i
gi from (i.-i man; and Na
... .... .;-..'
taken temporary refuge in Italy
prior to sailing tor
other countries, it
here.
New York (WNS) Fa
i thn t tu
-
:.;.- ui idei > i i; i ba
hi ir ant i-alii i
o 11!
lien l.'gisl '. rig t '
11 llo ir. anti-Fa w ekly.
Tl I i named tl S Ivor
- Ku Klux Klan. the
Coalition of 1
,-.,... ci Front and
th 111: I e the i. > Fi S-
itloi co
en the anti-aliien cam^aigi
"Tin Fascists feel," The Hour
stated. that because of the tense-
was reported ness of the national and interna-
tional situation, the time is par-
Pali stine and
North via Eastern Air Tines to
attend the nuptials ... a real
friend, a true example of brother-
hood.
Sholei i. ;. e i- op rating now
as only a well manned, well
I raine l an 1 well govern* J army
can in modi IT times.
A Retenl I ommittee Drive,
under the leadership and guidance.
of Jimmy Kopelowitz and B
min LeVine, whi h is brii
back into the fold many membi rs
who had become lax, but who are
now becoming aware of the spen-
Idid work being done by our Lodge.
Sholem Lodge has just com-
pleted a fund raising campaign
to assist the South Florida Crip-
pled Children's Hospital, under
the guidance of Jimmy Kopelo-
witz turning over to that splendid
organization more than $806.00.
WOLPERT'S
f u k n ; 1 U k LI
BARGAINS!
Wo Refuse To Be Undersold
155 W. FLAGLER ST.
PHONE 3-4132
Many of the refugees had re- ticularly strategic for attacks on
ceived visas to other countries and the alii iu and they are acting ac-
had already purcased their steam- cordingly."
hip ti when Italy formally The unti Fascist publication re-
declared war on the Allies. Th< i rinteil excerpts from an article
port stated that the Italian ( urtiss' Weekly American Bul-
are refusing |etin dealing with the anti-alien
lareil
same rep
steamship
eompanii -
to make refunds to the refugees drive,
on th gro Mid that th y a e BOt ______
responsible in case of war.
The movements of s>ll Jewish
refugees have been restricted and
a decree has be n issued hairing
refugee- from a nuaib, r of cities.
Meanwhile, it was learned that
Hungary, now conducting its own
anti-Semitic campaign, has yield-
ed to Nazi pressure and is consul
B'nai B'rith Notes
-TO N. Y. WORLD'S FAIR-
$4035 Round Trip
In Coaches
TV--- Miami-New York
On* Way from Miami -In Coach*
NEW YORK ____*22.40
RICHMOND .....1*00
WASHINGTON .....17.SO
BALTIMORE .....IS 70
PHILADELPHIA ..... 20.S0
OSTON llihlitatiliiNi 27.90
PITTSBURGH .....2S.9S
BUFFALO .....2S-60
1AMP* ..... 3.90
JACKSONVILLE ..... 5.50
ATLANTA .....10.40
CHICAGO .....23.30
NEW ORLEANS

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weeks now and has been unable to
do so reason? B'nai B'rith.
Commendations to Brothers Ely
Jewish refu- Kate, Sam silver, Barney Spector,
gees from
country. Due report which CO
be confirmed said that th
Be CharmingBe Brif ht
Drink MILT, Feel Right
I
M f^ Phona W
Lirahams
At* Your OroctT
lot
PUR IE. .Y J E-R S B "V Mild i A! Utt
ering steps to force
Palond to return to that Bill Homa and others for the spir-
al.!
i not be c
Hungarian government was plac-
ing obstacles in the paths of the
'various Jewish relief committees,
mittees.
Similar low fares 10 all poinla.
104* REDUCTION Id round-trip
coach fares on the Seaboard System
ALSO NEW LOW COACH FARES
lo all points north of Washington
AIX-KXPKNSK TOI'KS
TO N. Y. WORLD'S FAIR
Kconomical. Complete. Ask any
Travel Agent about tours via Sea-
board.
Consult Ticket Agent or
T.W.Luckeit, A.G.P.A.,173 F. Flapler
Street, Miami. Telephone: 3 8.192
GO MODERN!
GO SEABOARD!
Jerusalem I WNS labor Agen-
cy) As o result Of the improve-
ment in local conditions, permit
ting modifications in the powers
of the military courts established
|na a result of the disturbances.
these courts are no longer empow-
ered to impose the death penalty.
it was anounced by Sir Harold
MacMichael, high commissioner, in
a radio address to the country.
Reviewing the situation brought
,!,,.,, by the entry of Italy into
the war. the high commissioner
condemned rumor-mongers" as
pernicious fifth-columnists, af-
tter scoring Mussolini and the Ital-
ian decision for. for war. Sir Har-
old derided those who 'mistaken-
ly suppose they might enjoy frce-
,,, under Hitler's and Mussolini s
I rule." Up concluded with an ex
Ipression of supreme confidence
!"in the ultimate victory of the
moral forces represented by the
! Allie-,."
it they displayed when called upon
to solicit their respective office
buildings in our Ked Cross drive
our A. '/ A. boys, both on the
Beach and in town, are doing
splendid work in the drive.
By this time Brother Harold
Rand -has gone and done it-' an
we are all anxiously anticipating
the arrival of his matrimonial
partner
Brother Pallot went
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FOR
BOYS
FOR
GIRLS
20th Season
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'JO miles from New York City highest standards in food,
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, communi-
cate with: Mrs. S. Mannheimer, Mannheimer Private School, 1054
Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida. Phone 5-1312.
CAMP WOHELO for GIRLS
85 miles from Washington, D. C 60 miles
from Baltimore. Md; in the heart of the
Blue Ridge Mountains.
ELEVENTH SEASON
OPENS JULY 1st
For information helpful to
"H you and your daughter-,
write or phone
OWNER and DIRECTOR
BERTHA LEVY
1625 S. W. 15th Street
MIAMI. FLA.
Phone 2-5944


PAG1 SIX
FLOUBIAJI
FRIDAY, JUNE 21. 1910
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1546 I. W. Third 8tret
ABRAHAM A. KBLLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S. RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Cwrt; Phone 8-619*
War Diary of A
Belgian Refugee
(Continued from Page 1)
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 6:45 p.
m.
Friday evening aervicea, 6:80 p
m.
Shabbea: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbea: 6 p. m.
Shalush Sudea: 6:16 p. m.
Synagogue Building
The new Synagogue building is
making rapid, progress and the
board of directors of the Congre-
gation has authorized the building
committee to prepare plans for
the completion of the structure
before the High Holidays. The
22nd day of September has been
set aside in which we shall with
the aid of the Almighty dedicate
and consecrate the new building.
Meanwhile the committee is re-
doubling its efforts to make all
arrangements for the successful
completion of the edifice.
Ladies Auxiliary
A regular meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary will be held in the Y.
M. H. A. auditorium Tuesday af-
ternoon, June 25th at 2:30 o'clock.
This will be the first meeting of
the new administration and Mrs.
George Chertkoff, newly installed
president, will preside. Plans will
be completed for the forthcoming
summer activities. Future meet-
ings for the rest of the summer
will be held the third Tuesday of
each month.
A very successful and con-
infantry regiment still' dressed in
civil attire and marched on toward
Lille. We marched by night only
because we would be bombarded
by the Nazis in the daylight. They
bombard everything that moves.
in the vestry room of the syna-'The dead lie by the roadside. No
gogue Tuesday last and Mrs. soldier?
Chertkoff presented the calendar
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION i
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach j

MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rkl
I2S Michigan Avimi
'PBunr -iSM
I
of activities for the forthcoming
year.
Birchas Tovah
We wish to thank the committee
of the Ladies Auxiliary under the
chairmanship of Mrs. William
Clein who have made the Syna-
gogue decorations on Shevous last.
The board of directors of the
Strassengraben, May 15, I
march. Since yesterday I've eat-
en nothing but dry bread. 1 slept
along the path in the woods. Some
wagons, heavily laden with trunks
and people- caught up with us and
took mother and the children.
Farmers from the villages we
passed, joined us. They, too, have
nothing to eat. They've already
given up everything they had.
Congregation takes this means of May 1G.I march. Bread and wa-
thanking Rabbi Abraham Gluck
for the inspiring services that he
conducted during the Feast of
Weeks. We register grateful ac-
knowledgement of the splendid
work done by the Habonoth spon-
sors in the year just concluded
and we extend our profound grati- I
tude to the Mesdames George to St. Armand.
Chertkoff, Louis Katz and Abra-
ham A. Kellner
ter.
May 17.I march. I slept in
the cellar of a ruined house.
May 18.On Landstrasse. We
came to the border town of Birn-
issert. Deserted. Further to
Conde Deserted. Not a soul, no
bread. Twenty kilometers further
MAURICK MAMCHIl. Cantor
4., Euclid Avanuo
rh S-SHI I
Synagogue Services
Regular synagogue services are
held thrice daily in our syna-
gogue.
Shachriss: Waily at 8:00 a.
m.i Saturday at 8:30 a. m.
Mincha: Daily at 0:45 p. m.i
Saturday at 6:30 p. m.
Maariv: Daily at 7:30 p. m.i
Saturday at 7:45 p. in.
Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at
6:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on "The Portion' of the
Week."
Religious School
We are gratified by the num-
ber of new students who have en-
rolled for our daily summer ses-
sion. Our classes are fully
equipped and ready to accept doz-
ens more into our courses. We
urge parents to send their child-
rent to our Hebrew school during
these summer months.
Classes are held only four days
a week for only one hour a day,
during the cool morning hours.
Class rooms are large, airy,
bright. We welcome a visit. Reg-
istration daily from 9 to 12.
Mizrachi Inaugurates
At its last meeting the Miami
Beach Mizrachi inaugurated a new
function in our community. A spe-
cial committee 'for the strength-
ening of the faith' was organized.
It consists of 14 members. It
will cooperate with the synagigue
and the Vaad Hakashruth in for-
mulating plans for the furthering
of religious observance in our
community.
Jewish Radio Hour
The regular weekly Jewish Ra-
dio Hour will be conducted by
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner this
coming Sunday, June 23rd, at 3 p.
m.. over Station WIOD. The mu-
sical program will be in charge of
Miss Josephine Raxin.
Refuo Shlemo
We pray for the speedy and
complete recovery of our dear
brother, Murray Kellman, who
was injured in an automobile ac-
cident. We hope that Joe Maltz-
man will speedily regain his health
structive board meeting was held [and fully recover from his wounds
SPRING
NING!
Thanks to modern electric
cleaning appliances, oper-
ated by cheap electricity, the
old tradition of "Spring Clean-
ing" is out of date. With these
electric helpers on the job all
year 'rounddust and dirt don't
have a chance to accumulate in
corners, grime can't hibernate in
rugs and upholstery. The electric
yf 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 iery. 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!
EUURIIITY IS [HUP!
SmA .lll.fil.1
YOU ADDRESS THEM -WE MAIL THEM FREE'
A train should
await us there. No train awaits
us. To Lille, 50 kilometers furth-
er. I can't stand any more. I
can't march another night. But I
go on. The soles of my shoes are
worn off. The Germans will not
get me. I walk three hours.
There's a train standing still in
the open field. The train is over-
crowded. But still I did get into
a compartment with 30 others
the sick and the crying. The train
is bound for Paris.
May 19.Night I am still sit-
ting in the train. I am hungry.
The train halts every 100 meters.
The Nazis bombard this stretch.
We travel by day, because the
tracks can't be controlled at night.
Now we halt. The engine stops,
Strictly
Confidential
(Continued from Page 4)
bor. Sailors help me board a boat
bound for Havre. It is a sand
transport boat from Ostend.
There are six sailors, 13 women
and 8 children aboard. The wo-
men sleep in three-hour shifts.
The men don't sleep. We are all
seasick.
May 3.We approach a mine. Falls. N. Y., and have completely
A sailor shoots at the mine. The i bared world affairs They'll
mine explodes. We have no bread ; adopt no resolutions, discuss no
or drinking water. Because of politics, but instead listen to Ber-
German airplanes we take a zig-|nard Sobel talk about the theater
zag course.
Havre. May 24.A
leads us into the harbor. I go to *a,inK
the railroad station. No one wants ABOUT PEOPLE
to take my Belgian money. I I yy
and spend the rest of the time
motorboat i swimming, golfing, dancing and
elcoming Maurice Schwartz's
I return to Second Avenue from his
excursion uptown, the Jewish
; Morning Journal carried a car-
Paris, May 25.I travelled with toon telling him that "if you're
refugees. The Red Cross going to have tzores, you might
took care of us. At midnight I as well have them at home" .
arrived in darkened Paris. I took Ben Cutler, the Aryan who was
change my sole English pound. At |,
7 o'clock in the evening the train
leaves for Paris.
1500
so that its lights won't be visible taxi to G. W. and to H. J. Both the Vo7 of God'Tin MTrZ
to the enemy fhers; 1500 people are separated from thr wives \ hardt's "Eternal Road i, now a
"S2JF1Z** to -* > '"concentration Kague. 'successful band &*",
no milk for the children.
May 20.On the train,
nights en route. We get out often
to search for food in the ruined
and burning houses. We find no
pieces. We find some red wine.
We try to drink it. It makts us
sick. I cry in my sleep.
May 21.An hour from Bou-
logne. We alight and milk stray
cows that roam nwur the tracks.
The children can't digest the warm
fresh milk. We don't ride to
Boulogne.
Calais, May 21.We camp at
the railroad station. We can't go
on because we are too weak. I
will ride another night. I found a
train that goes to Boulogne. In
normal times the trip took 1' (,
hours from Calais to Boulogne.
The Holy Scrolls of a Brussels
synagogue travel with me.
May 22.On a boat in the canal.
The stretch from Boulogne to
Paris is interrupted. Amiens is
supposed to be in Nazi hands. The
greater part of Boulogne has been
destroyed by bombs. I eat stone-
hard zwieback. I go to the har-
packing
Both have been rendering their 'em in at the Rainbow Room in
? service to the French Postal sys- Rockefeller Center Leslie
tem. A policeman brought me to Howard home in England is nous-
a meeting hall at the I'ere La-ling 40 evacuated children these
Five hundred persons days Congressman Samuel
ful
bills,
some
(1
mu'- hardship to innocent people .
Pari May 27.I have slept for Milliners are so worried about the
24 hours. A woman with whom I hatless mode the ladies are adopt-
llved in 1887 when I attended the in* th:lt they have hired Edward
International Exposition has giv- Bernays, the publicity wizard, who
en me shelter. I can't eat. I is a nphew of the late Dr. Sig-
cai i even stand upright.
May 2s.The restaurants are
too exp< nsive. I live on milk and
egjrs. I can't look at bread, i
rt try to get to Southern France
ami i will look for wi k there.
>" lure : (| ,, |
at the hands of an unidentified as-
sailant.
Talmud Torah
Regular classes are open daily
between 8:30 to 11 a. m. every
morning from Monday through
Friday. Parents are urged to
send their children to Talmud To-
rah and avail themselves of this
splendid opportunity of providing
a religious education for the
growing children.
mund lreud, to turn the feminine
mind millinery-ward again .
Congratulations to David A.
Brown, the man who raised m re
money than any other indivi lual
in this country for Jewish causes,
and who has quietly gone ami got
married to Pearl Kroll ... Rep-
resenting Palestine at United
B'NAI B'RITH AGAIN Kingdom Day at the World's Fair
AIDS YOUTH ALIYAH Wm :>I,Vl1 W. Weisgal, general
director of the Palatine Pavili >n
We hington, D. CB'nai B'rith u'll"n Weisgal stepped into
made ,ls fourth contribution to the British Pavilion reception
Youth Aliyah in two years when ro<"" the attendant asked him
the Executive Committee, mling |which Arab country he represent-
body of B'nai B'rith between tri- "' Myron Weiss, formerly of
'.'" "" >"""".- o. the Supiome Timf. 's quoted as saying that the
Lodge, voted an additional $1,000 A"ics Wi eventually win t'.i. r
to Maintain refugee children from by means of three America In-
tni
in
tio
BWtance to Youth Aliyah
reached $18,100 since iil8.
These B'nai B'rth contributi in
make possible the maintenance of
00 chU* i lal.stine for two
years.
h< Eu opean lands of persecution ventiona.
: Jf tota^^8, aPr,,ria- CCopyrtght ,,40 by fcven Art,
" total ol B'nai B'rith as-1 ""'" Syndicate.)
stance to Youth Aliyah has---------"---------------------------
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FRIDAY, Jl/NE 21, 1940
THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BT HARRT SCHWARTZ)
"V" Beach in First Place
Dr, Barney Weinkle, manager
: the Y entry in the Miami Beach
Diamondball League is mighty
proud of the results to date with
team in first place with seven
v and no losses. In their last
start they blinded the Venetian
Blind team with a blistering hit-
attack to win 10 to 6. Al
an. although away on a va-
n New York, is still lead-
league in batting with an
;-, nf .518. Ia'o Lipowsky,
H. Kant and Benny Gilman are
right up with leaders alsokeep
. good work Docand on-
the Beach title.
Manager Mickey Lubel of our
( ivic League entry is also doing
, | piece of work in shaping
g ,l team. After the swell
Bombers; A. Winer, captain,
Rangers.
Individual Averages
Oamea ><
Player
Sum Tend) Ich, .
a l. Berkowlts,
I. Querldo.
II. l.evinson
L. Bpector,. ..
Abe Silver.....
ll. Svhwarti.,
II. Waltsman
M. Slr.il......
I'. Sil\ .1 man .
l". ilarvetl.....
Al. Relaman .
Sol. Le\ in......'
.1...' li.Tinan ,
Al'. Berkowitz,
M n i .1 \ Ajil.-
Jack Aute, ,..,
Julei WIlHOn .
Sat. Dlumberg
*. Mackauf...
1>. Rosenthal...
I. l-Vlilman
Abe Win,-,....
Mike A.iln
M FVIeilmnn...
(}. cli.l.lsrnitli .
I.. Bafan......
M. Aple.......
II. Frnellch___
II.il i \ K.itiiin..
It. Sehweil ier.
formance they made against!'
ng Y. M. ('. A. team last j
. I'm inclined to believe, as
. ny other Civic league root-
,., that the Y. M. H. A. Civic
. team could beat the stuff-
: the namesake* over on
. Bi ich. 1 gm-ss the only way
Llld lie proven will to be to
.i game between the two
.. .uhI have the proceeds gd
the Red Cross fund and
i Camp. Let'> lu-ar from you
as i,i your feeling in the
The V. M. I'. A., having
five Straight games, hail all
tluy could do in squeezing out a
. tory over the Y. M. II. A.
last week. Outstanding for the
\. M. II. A. were Herbie Cohen
with his hitting and pitching
his peppery battery mate.
"Hani'' Weintraub. and Nat Blum-
berg at first baseZompa Zeles-
nick. new Y star, and rugged
gie Reichgott covering the
' "in short field. Watch
am go plae, s especially
with proper equipment.
-: group under discussion
655
- 7
.".li'.l
5fi2
559
463
&r6
.~I.Vl
553
546
542
540
443
519
:,\s
51 i
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16!
191
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IV'
AVR.
'.'I,
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94
93
91
a departmental head, and every
one is a specialist in his or her
ine. Through the courtesy of
the W. K A. Recreation Depart-
ment we have procured Mrs. Grace
Ambrose for arts and craft, Miss
Harriet McCune, story telling, and
Mr. John Hoffman in games and
folk dancing.
Great praise is due to Mrs. Leon
Lieberman, chairman of our Home
Camp Committee, whose untiring
effort and devotion has made it
possible for this camp to be an
outstanding success. Mrs. Lieb-
erman arrives at the camp at X:00
in the morning and stays through-
out the day. is in constant touch
with every member of the staff
to see that everything is done
properly. The timing of the
classes through her efforts is
very exaet and each division and
j project is conducted with clock-
like precision.
One-third of the children
Pflllll BATCH nOTES
Having won the Southern Boys'
Singles Tennis Tournament re-
I cently, Stanley Gruner now plans
to participate in the National Sin-
glee this summer.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Schir have de-
parted for their summer home in
Worcester, Mass.
MELVIN KATZ
Head Counsellor at Y. M. H. A.
Home Camp
Mrs. Salzman of Jacksonville,
mother of Mrs. Jack Barash, is
a local visitor and will remain
for the summer season.
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein of
Congregation Beth El, has depart-
ed for his vacation. He was ac-
Glnsberg, arts and craft* Bupervimi
Mlsi llaiii.i I ia a,, ii.I..,; aaitlsted bv
Elaine London ami Rita Futerfus; companied by Mrs. Greenstein and
Mis. Ei .;< s affer, -ii \ : ,.f >.,,.
\ ii.ii
Home Camp
The second annual session of
our summer Home lamp opened
last Monday, June 17 with an en-
rollment of ninety children. This
is three times the number of
children we had on our opening
day last year. This is the great-
est proje !'ii' children ever un-
dertaken in the entire South. Rec-
ords of the Jewish Wi Ifan Board
of New York, our parent organi-
sation, show that the Miami V. M.
II. A.'s Home Camp is the only
one of its kind south of Wilming-
ton, Delaware.
Children enter the camp at '.'::!(!
in the morning and slay until
4::!H in the afternoon. They are
divided into the following groups
and classes:
Kindergarten classes, boys and
girls five to si\ years; junior girls,
seven eight and nine years of
age junior boys, seven, eight and
nine years of age; senior girls,
ten to fourteen; senior boys, ten to
fourteen. Tlu following subject.
and projects are taken up in the
camp and taught to the children:
telling, arts and crafts, li-
loi {Ii I-. m -i -i, a by Charlotte Lelde
and I'eai I i: nsbi rg; Misa Naomi
tiiosmimn, folk dancing ami
a-. M.s. Phyllis S.liiilinan, glee club
and The Home i 'inn. Committee i- i.....i-
rolled in our camp do not pay any i"'...-.! < Mis. .- l.ieberma i, chn
'man; Mr. Leon Lieberman, treasurer;
ami Mi. Maurice 'Iroasinan,
director.
Junior Division
On Monday evening, June 24,
this division will have an op n
house for memb is and frier Is.
Entertainment and dancing will
be a feat ire of the evening. All
persons | re urge to afen 1.
Ili- division is planning a roll-
er sk1 ing party a. tin Venet an
Rink, Twenty Seventh Avenue and
'i b held M .
Admission
is thirty-five cents. Lois R
- h lii man of this affair. The
ds will go to the library
fund. We of you
to buj r tl pro-
ject. Not only will you have a
good time, ill be helping
., good au .
en-
tuition because of circumstances.
It is a heavy burden on the Y. M.
II A.'s treasury to cany, and we
therefore appeal to every individ-
ual to assist us in this great pro-
ject by paying the tuition for some
of these undi r-privileged children.
The scholai ship is $2. i0 pi r ei k
per child. If you want to make
some pour kid happy, pay foi hi
in in the Y. M. il. A. camp.
Ten dollars will pay four week,' Hfohwav. t
Grossman, ex- (.;,. c> ;:,, ,. Ju,y ,-
children. They will visit New
York and with relatives in War-
ren and Steubenville, Ohio.
Sidney Dubbin and Abe Stein
were elected representatives of
the local A. Z. A. chapter to the
summer camp and convention of
the organization in Ohio. The elec-
tion was made at a recent meeting
in Scher Mamorial Hall with the
following present, Harold Moss,
Abe Stein, Sidney Dubbin, Sol
Goldberg, Herman. Albert Barash,
Max Auerbach and Dan Good-
mark.
i. tor, ..- listeni ig t.. io
; t hall team for the oldsters
und the Y and I do mean you- M",">'
,brary, folk dancing, games, songs.
[dances, gymnastics, various ath-
letic games, handicraft, dramatics.
glee club, flee play.
Each group is in charge Of an
ellor, Each depart-
tales of woe from ch
who cam to pay. that In
t!..< appeal t > you to
help th si kids, Phone 01 v. rite
Mr. Grossman and say that you
illing lo hi
The follow ing 'hi dren
istered with the camp:
.ham. SI :. II '
\ Hr.v rd \ Kit
. :. Hum io\. MiiMiie i
Etoslyn Blanch, Arnold Bobson, David
Caplan, Paul Edwin Cohn, Penelope
Corvard, Lawrence Palkenstein, Don-
na Feldman, Elena Futerfas, Barry
Ueltner, Herbert Oeltner, Bara Gelt-
., i. Judith noldberg, Eatella (ll ei
g, ink Ureenberg, Meyer Ureen-
bera Nanette ilreenberg, Sidney
. u. Alvli Jacobs, Bobbj Ja-
cobs, David Jacobs, Beverly Katlms,
;..i.. k inn. ii ne Kestenbaura,
Loretta Kestenbaum, Allan Kushen,
,i,i, i,amm, i'i -nla Lnmiii, N il
.. i \....., Naomi Ma, I t; Shlrl. y
Ma...n Mnrkowitx, Edward
..... >;..i..... MilK-i. it., hard Pal-
In! Edward Pastroff Monn Pa
Arthur Pepper Lar-
iv Kifas, Kei : Rlfas, Phyllis Rosen,
. i. ,.< Rot fort, Elaine Ruben
Kiii.ciisiein. I......lard --.i' "s.
In honor of Flag Day, members
ol i ongregations Beth El and
Beth Israel and B'nai B'rith held
a program at Temple Beth El.
Guest speaker was the Rev. Frank
Atkinson, who was introduced by
Joe II Lesser.
the 'Demons," captained by expert counse
nietit is under the supelvision oi
."end us your entry now.
"Y" Bowling Ix-ague Close
W .".h two weeks of combat com-
the strong "Supermen,"
. Captain Allie Berkowitz.
ill. 'newly-wed) LevinSOn, are
for first place with four wins
two losses each.
following is the team stand-
f the Y. M. H. A. Bowling
le, with Jack Apte, manager:
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............... .4 -
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' -I iks ' ,.....J 3
... .................I 3
en .................1 5
H. Levinson, captain, Demons;
Allie Berkowitz, captain. Super-
men; H. Schwartz, captain. Black-
iesj Abe Silver, captain, Silver*
-; Abe Berkowitz, captain,
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Y. W. H- A. NEWS ,ber, Sunday, July 21st.
Red Cross Work Continues I Gym Classes Postponed
Mrs. Gussie Wilson, chairman, I Due to the big Patriotic Rally
announces that the sewing class I sponsored by B'nai B'rith Tues-
held in conjunction with the Red day, June 25th, at the Y. M. H. A..
Cross will be held every Thursday the regular gym class will not be
from 2:00 to 4:00 p. m. at the held, but will be resumed the fol-
Y. W. H. A. Mrs. Wilson is well lowing Tuesday,
pleased with the turnout, and will | General Meeting
welcome all those interested in The general meeting of the Y.
this worthy cause. W. H. A. will take place Wednes-
Family Supper and Card Party day, June 0th. Feature of the
Don't forget to give the family evening will be a musical program
a treat in the big open spaces of presented by Mrs. Arthur Hirten-
the Y. W. H. A. athletic field Sun- stein accompanied by Mrs. Esther
.'.!'.l'k'" Scher'' Jove" Schnelderman, !,iaVi j,,]v 21st. where they will en- Schaffer. Members are cordially
joy a delicious supper, and the invited.
Jerry Schulman, Richard Bchulman,
i, seldler, Robert Shapiro. Ger-
,1,1 ghenkman, Bernard Bhenkman,
Bobb> > I, Zelda Sllberateln, Stan-
ley sterling, Bernard Schwlchkow,
umi. Qerald rarlyn,
Tarlyn, Janice Waltaman. Ed-
ward Welner, Billy Wltaon, Helga
Wlnkler. Stefan Wlr.kler. reve>
Woolfe, rharlotte Blumberjc,
it,, ,.ii. .i.,,i|n... Cardeaux,
Morris
Henry I-
Brevfua A^ia OuTkl.7Hanna Gluck,
s,,, iihi'k. Edward Helale. Tetlna
Hetale. David Uinwr R*ne ''J'l'-
,.,. Sharon Rauafn, Barbara Wen-
s..n. Edward Somberg.
The following counsellors are
assisting in the Home Camp:
Melvln Knts, head jounseltor. a*
Igted bv Nathan Aronovlts Howa .1
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLOPIDIAN
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, mo
jr. counciL m
By Bette Sir
It's a date! The National Coun-
cil of Jewish Juniors will have an
all day picnic at Matheson Ham-
mock Park July 4th. All mem-
bers and friends are invited. Here
is a treat for you fellows 'cause
the young ladies of the Council
will supply the food, and knowing
what marvelous cooks they are
you'll probably miss the time of
your life if you are not there. All
you men have to do is supply the
drinks and the transportation.
Come on girls, here's your chance
to "strut your stuff." You know,
having the reputation of a good
cook has its reward. Miss Sophie
Beavinick is the chairman of this
outing. The sports and social
committees of the organigation are
working together to have a com-
plete and entertaining program
for the day. Working on these
committees are: Miss Connie Jav-
er, Miss Charlotte Dreyfus, Miss
Charlotte Singer, Mr. Sondel Hen-
del, Mr. Edward Newman, and
Mr. Leonarl Rosenblum. For
more information about the pic-
nic contact any committee i/'m-
ber or better still come to the next !
meeting which will be held at the
Park Central Hotel, 640 Ocean
Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, I
Thursday, June 27th, 1940 at 8:00
p. m. Come! We want to meet
you. Don't you want to meet us'.'
by
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
(The writer will be glad to answer
any problem of his readers. Write
to him in care of this newspaper)
You Have Tried the Rest
Now Try the Best
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Today we will discuss the "prob-
lem child" by classifications. The
cures and the dont's.
The Timid Child is afraid of the
dark, afraid of strangers, afraid
of animals, of places, of sensa-
tions, in short of everything
strange. Remember how easy it
was to get him to obey through
fear.
Watch out! Doggie bitebad
doggie. If you don't go to sleep
I'll tell the big policeman on the
coiner. Take your medicine or
the doctor will come and hurt you.
So easy, even the threat most in-
sidious of all "eat your carrots
or motl 1 will go away and never
conic back." It might be a good
idea at that. And now you are
surprised when he refuses to go
to bed alone. When he turns on
the' slightest provocation into a
wide-eyed trembling child. How-
easy it was and convenient too.
But not so easy to alter.
Now you must slowly and pains-
takingly undo the harm and sub-
stitute' pleasant emotions for
those fears. It must now be
Nice Doggie. See mother pet hmi.
The good and friendly dark. But
the child fed the poison of fear
will not react quickly to the new
nourishment. It will take time
and infinite patience. And never-
never must there be the slightest
suggestion of the old fears.
The Contrary Child. You will
always know what he will want to
dojust what you don't want him
to do. Grown-ups are his equal,
his adversaries to be sparred with,
tricked, evaded or downright de-
fied. At some earlier time, you
let him thing it was cute for h'ni
to try his wits against yours. A
free hand to develop his personal-
ity. So you thought. And now
even your attempts to amuse him
bores him. No, ho. won't go to the
park. No. he doesn't like ice
cream. This child needs a period
of being on his own. \\ hen yoa
put food before him, tell him he
may eat it or not. just as be
pleases. But he cannot have any
B'nai B'rith Gives Hospital Big Boost
Building fund for the South
Florida Crippled Children's hos-
pital was Increased today by
$806, thanks to arduous efforts
of Miami's chapter o< B'nal
^m\M\*fmm'
more until the next mvm. Don''
tell him "now kiss momma Brood
night." Rut neither ii" you g "'.
him a kiss Left to his ov n re
sourcs. he realizes that Iwinj
his own way is not so 01 u ii .ir;
after all. in fact I in sun h tvi '
find it a rather lonesoni-i busi-
ness,
(Mr Berman will cor ii < clas-
sification of problem chil Iron i.i
following issues of this paper.)
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B'rith. The original organisation
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right, who kept a check on all
members to see each did his bit
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president of B'nal B'rith, turned
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brick, president of the South
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pital. Dade county citizens who
still haven't helped ont with their
$1 membership In the hospital
may send that amount today to
the hospital, car* o| First Na-
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