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The Jewish Floridian ( July 5, 1940 )

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E* wJemsri Ftaridliai in i% VOLUME 13—No. 27 ggfiggg 7/7/7,2 jhewiislh lUinMty /# MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY JULY 5, 1940 PRICE 10 CENTS BED CROSS BAIL HUGE SUCCESS Commons House Hears Plea With prominent loaders of the community, including many county, state and city officials present, the Civic Center, scene of the Humanity Ball sponsored by Shol:<(U ,,„„„, ftn( „,,_ change ot opinion and discussion the German Consulate at San rida Har A880C fo t j ong .,',„, „ mem oi common problems. Francisco hut was unable to comDer of tne N( w Yiil k b n ](i g More than one hundred rabbis P*f* the call. He was charged a member of thl ,,„ : „,|' of ,,„„.'. from various sections of the with violation of the Federal law tors of the Civic League of Miami wh.eh requires agents of foreign „,..„.,, alu| wag formerl nainilan governments to declare themJ. W. V. Inaugurates Drum Corps Drive country were present Among the participants in the Summer Institute was Rabbi Column A. Zwitman of Temple Israel in Miami, who was elected vice president of the Rabbinical Association of the Jewish Institute of Religion. Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the Jewish Institute of Religion, opened the institute sessions with a lecture on "The Current World Jewish Scene." Dr. Wise dwelt upon the tragic anomaly of the effort made to help the ex' polled and exiled into other lands. and the circumstance, that as a j of that hoard, has been actively selves to the Secretary of State i ntere8ted „, the work „ f Sholem when they enter the United ,„„,,,,. ir „ a] ,..,.,,,, Miamj ,., ,, states Lodge 1601 B. P (). E., and in Hoehne was ordered held in „„„.,. Jt wish aru| ,. ivk ,„.,,.,., ,„• $25,000 bond pending a hearing I|u ]o(;l | a|| a on July s. German Consul General Fritz Weidmann at first denied that hi' had ever heard of Hoehne hut later admitted that he met Hoehne when the latter made a "courtesy call" at the Nazi con sulate. JEWS TRAPPED IN CL/.EH inaugurate Saturday, at Miami Beach, a drive for contributing memberships, so that it will be PALESTINE LEGION enabled to maintain its Drum and SAFE IN LONDON Bugle Corps. In asking the supI.ondon (WNS) -Giving the lie p 0rt ,„ %  „.,. community the Veterto earlier reports that the Pales! aM organization pointed out that tine Legion, including 460 Jews it waa adv j 8aWe ,„ have ,,„. ,,.,,. London (WNS) rrapped iii a result of less than a year of war. territorial clash betv en Rumanand including the Jews of P..'and j a which last wee' inmined a | Holland. BWerium and Fiance, new totalitarian %  y, and the The Jewish War Veterans will l 1 "' '"' five >'""'* ;is many Jews Soviet Union, R lia's 800.00' have come under Nazi rule as reJews arc in in. (lent danger ".' si.led in Germany when the Nazi violent anti-Si c pogroms. regime began. cording to i lomatic sources Professor Henrv Slonimsky, here. He is a graduate of the Cl I lege of the City of New York, and of the New York University LAV, School and prior to the time he established himself in Florida, he was engaged in the general practice of law in the City of New York where was was also active in fraternal and communal organizations. dean Of the Jewish Institute of While tin Red Army troop. and 240 Arabs from the Holy I-ind. stationed in the Maginot Line somewhere in France, had been captured by the Nazi army, il was announced here that the Palestine Legion has arrived in London, Tiie Legion, it was said, abandoned the Maginot Line when it became evident that the French government was about to capitulate to the Nazis, and withdrew to the I '-t from where they were ferried back to England. No casualty .were reported in the Legion. resentation of a military musical org.uiizatii.n group. The corps Roosevelt Si^ns Religion, gave a series of lectures moved swift'; to occupy Bessariiii Jewish thinking in the last hunabia and no hern Bukovina, areas dred years. 1M. Israel Bettan, ceded to Russia by King Carol Profiysor of Homiletics of the Hein response to a Russian ultimatlueu Union College, lectured on um, am Semitic leaders in Ruhas been splendidly received on a Homiletics, and Dr. Mordecai mania sought to pin the blar, number of occasions. Its last apKaplan, Professor of Homiletics i the Russian occupation on pe:,ranee was at the groundbreakat the Jewish Theological SeminJews of Rumania. ing ceremonies of the South Florary. lectured on the "Religious Pro-Nazi elements in Rumania. j end tne j r r ron ti e rs. ida Crippled Children's Hospital and Philosophic Approach to the their ranks swelled bj the release on July 4th. Memberships cost Idea of (hid." Rev. James Myers of hundreds of anti-Semitic Iron $1.00 and the corps will make uniof the Federal Council of Churches Guardists from prison, instituted formed appearances throughout of Christ in America led a sempogroms in which hundreds of the city accompanied by the meminar in "Religion and World Jews were killed and many more hers of the Post and Auxiliary. Problems." • (Continued on Page B) ASK ARMS Pittsburgh I WNS i Cal on the British government to arm the Jews of Palestine. Ixniis Lipsky, vice president of the 2 Organization saiil that the Jews of Palestine stood ready to defi d the Holy Land. •"!: i.:!., ir it • %  > and tow as which they have built with their own hands that they stand organized t.i defend," Mr. Lipsky declared. "'It is a Jewish homeland they are defending for which they ari' prepared to die. They have laid aside all their grievances and all they possess in this life to di Kaufman Chosen Z. O. A. President Axis Reports Jewish Future Pittsburgh. Pa. Edmund A I if Ml Kill Kaufmann, prominent Zionist Washington and long active I. of in Jewish work and welfare activiWashington (WNS(-Declaring ti ,. s was ,.,,.,.„.,, |m si U ,„ „,„,, lMat the bill carries no stigma or Zionist Organization of America mplfcation of hostility towards at tht Monday evening session of 'hose who are loyal to this coun. the convention held at the William try and its institutions. President p,^, n Hotel Roosevelt signed the first peace; ln th e hght of the proscnt world II providing for the registration situation, deeply affecting the fate and finger-printing of approxi-; of Palestine. Zionist leaders of all mateiy 3,r>00,000 aliens within the groups welcomed the end of tnt United States. I controversy which it felt musi In signing the bill, which now prove especially damaging at a becomes the haw of the land, the tine when the need for a united president issued a statement ex| Jewish front was ftauntingly applaining the purposes and aims of parent. the new law. The statement read: I The differences of opinion prior "The Alien Registration Act of to the election were thrashed out 1940, which I have just signed, j in a debate participated in by Dr. should be interpreted and admin|Goldman, retiring president of the istered as a program designed not organization; Dr. Stephen S. Wise, only for the protection of the | Rabbi James G. Heller, Jacob country but also for the protection Fishman, Ezra Shapiro of Cleveof the loyal aliens who are its land. Daniel Frisch of Indianap(Continued on Page 5) | ulis. Dr. Israel Goldstein, Rabbi Barnett R. Bricker of Cleveland and Louis Lipsky. The debate began when Simon Shetzer of Detroit presented the report of the committee on nominations naming the Washington Jewish leader. A counter proposal was presented by Dr. Wise that a collegium composed of seven leading Zionists instead of one president be named to dire, t the Zionist body. It was urged by Dr. Wise and others supporting the collegium that in the existing world crisis, such a body could more adequately cope with tingrave problems confronting the movement than could one man. Louis Lipsky, chief advocate of the collegium plan was the choice of many at the convention in theevent that the plan for a "consolidated leadership" was not accepted. Mr. Lipsky. however, after a conference with leaders of both sides, anxious to preserve peace in the Zionist household at this tim, withdrew from the race. In a statement announcing that his London (WNS)—Axis dictators Adolf Hitler and Benitu Mussolini have decided that, if they defeat the British Empire, Palestine will be ruled by Italy and the entire •group had released him" from Jewish population of Palestine his candidacy, he pointed out that will be exiled to Abyssinia accordhis previous acceptan e of the ing to the Manchester Guardian, candidacy reflected no inclinations usually well informed British Of his own for the post. His newspaper championship of a Collegium too. The newspaper stated that the he said did not date from the prosjurisdiction of Palestine would be ent controversy. He had thought turned over by tindictators to the indeed that the "consolidated leadVatican State, permitting the Pope ership" plan should go even furthto protect thiholy places in Paler to embrace wider fields of estine. but the actual rule of the Jewish leadership. He would have Holy Land will be in the hands of liked to see the Zionist organizaanti-Semitic Fascist Italy, tion an all affiliated Zionist bodThe Italian press has been wagies under such a plan so that coming a campaign for control of Palbined organizations might profit estine. claiming that King Victor from the united leadership. Emanuel was "the rightful proWith the withdrawal of Mr. Liptector of Islam.' It was reporte.l sky's name, the election of Mr. here that 30 bishops, members of Kaufmann immediately followed a clerical organization actively and the new president of the Zion-j participating n Italy's -Battle of ist Organization was ushered into j grain," has sent a message to Prethe convention with applause as mior Mussolini urging him to the delegates sang the Hatikvah. crown the "unfailing victory of Others chosen in the new adour army" by establishing the ministration slate are: Honorary Italian flag over the Holy Sepul(Continued on Page 5) chre. ^*~^



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r.VGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN |5JE2#S2*SS*SB i $^B*r*2S' 3=x-J=*=;.:-!=s i ;:;DAY, JLLV ,-,, L)ii 50 CLi L AC TIV111ES *AY U. SHOCHET, Society GIVES FAREWELL RECEPTION PARTY TO BE TENDERED Editor SUCCUMBS TO ILLNESS Alexander Miller. Miami Beach, succumbed Saturday in a Miami Beach hospital after a brief allness. A Lincoln Road merchant ami World War Veteran, he was native or Kovno, Russia and has been a resident here for the past thirty years. ll' was a membei ui the American Legion, Jewish Mrs. Zevin of 828 Pennsylvania Bvenue gave a farewell party Monday. June 24 in honor of Mrs. 1.. Marcus who i> leaving for New York. Refreshments wore served and a cultural program was enjoyed. At the party one hundred dollars was collected and l'orwardod by Mrs. I. Shapoff, secretary War Veterans ami tin 1 Biscayne of tin Pioneer Women's Organisation of Greater Miami for Palestine, to the Emergency Refugee Fund Lodge of Mahi Temple. The body laid in State from Saturday till noon Monday at the Miami Jewi.sh Funeral Home. Service! were conducted by the Jewish War Veterans with Rabbis Jacob H, Kaplan and Moses Mescheloff officiating, ami interment followed in the Jewish section of Graceland cemetery. Ho is survived by the widow. Mrs. Ma Miller of Miami each, two brothers, Nathan, of Long Beach., Calif., and Samuel Miller of Detroit and two sisters. Mrs. Anna Cohen of Topah Lake, X. V., and Mis. Pierre Gindler of Kovno. Russia. Active pallbearers were Harry Lehman. Morris Plant, Max Goldenblank, Ado!, h Wortheimer, Morns Rubin, Isidor Rubin, M. B. Frank and Sam Tritt. Honorary pallbearers were Morris Goldboss, Bert Coleman, Arthur Friedman. Louis Zeientz, M. and P. Scheinberg, M. 0. Fullman, A. G. Harkness. Dan Cromer, 1'. (I. Blank, Jack Davis, Gordon Davis. Abo Aronovitz and Isidore Aronovitz. • • • LEAVE BY BOAT Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitl left Tuesday on the S.S. Shawnee for New York City where they will remain for several months. LEAVE FOR VACATION Mr. and Mrs Irving Querido will leave Saturday for a three week's vacation during which they will visit in New York anil in the West. • • MIAMI BEACH RESIDENT DIES Mrs. Anna London. 90, died Saturday in a Miami Beach hospital. Services were conducted with Kabbi Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob Congregation officiating. Mrs. London has been a resident here for the past ten years, coming from Detroit. She is survived by five sons, Benjamin of Miami; .lack. William. Samuel and Julius, and two brothers Max and Israel Ix'ibevnum, all of Detroit. • • • CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Douglas Barren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Schwartz, celebrated his first birthday July -1th with a party at his home. 1802 S. W. 17th Street. GOING^OURWA/? The Modern Diesel-electric Way NEW, FASTER SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman will tender a reception in honor of their recently married sun an 1 daughter-in-law, Mr. ami Mrs. Milton A. Friedman, Sunday evening. July 7th from S to 10 o'clock at Both David Talmud Torah. All friends are cordially invited. • • • RETURN FROM NORTH Dr. and Mrs. Milton Saslaw returned to the city from New York. While there Dr. Saslaw attended the American Medical Convention and American Heart Convention in New York City. • • LEAVES FOR CALIFORNIA Miss Rosalind Friedman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman, will leave Saturday for California to visit friends and relatives and to see the San Francisco Fxposition. Enroute she will visit in Birmingham. New Orleans, and also see the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone lark. Later she will spend some time in Chicago and New York. Before returning home she will attend the A. Z. A. convention affairs in Asheville, N. C, the latter part of August and visit in Savannah. She will return to Miami in September. • • • ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT Mr. ami Mrs. Morris Jacobs announce the engagement of their daughter Evelyn, to Philip Wiener, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Wiener of this city. Miss Jacobs is a graduate of West Palm Beach High School and attended New York University. The wedding will take place Sunday. August 25th at the Y. M. 11. A. Miss Jacobs is a of Herman W'aitstnan. vicepresident of the Y. M. H. A. • • • TO LEAVE FOR HENDERSONVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers accompanied by their children Judy and Kenneth will leave for Hendersonville. N. (.'.. where they will remain for several months. Mr. Myers will return to the city afti r a short stay there • • • TO ATTEND CONVENTION Sherman Tobin. Marvin Goldman. and Stanley Rattier, members of the local A. Z. A. Chapter, left for Cleveland to attend the Camp Convention. AftOT the convention they will attend the World's Fair in New York. ~~| 1 A. /.. A. ELECTS Irving Ginsburg was unanimously elected president of the Miami A. /.. A. for the third consecutive time at the Chapter's n •-: lar meeting. Tuesday night at the V. M. H. A. Other officers include: Vice President, Bernie Serkinj secretary. Fred Grossbergj treasurer. Norman Somberg; >erguant-at-arms, Melvin Shaffer; assistant sergeant-at-arms, Herbert Ornstein; religious head. Murry Miller; publicity, Stanley Scher. The preceding week a watermelon cut was held at Miami Beach for A. Z. A. members and their dates. Brothers from Flint. Mich.; Asheville. N. C; St. Petersburg, Fla.J Atlanta, Cm.; and Miami Beach attended as guests of the Miami Chapter. At the next regular meeting of A. Z. A. an open forum will be held, the subject "Should the United States enter the War on tlie Side of the Allies." All interested are invited. I • • • GARDEN SCENE OF RECEPTION Welcoming hundreds of friends last Sunday afternoon in the Gardens of the BlaCKStOne Hotel, and receiving congratulations, were Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cromer. Mr. K. Albert I'allot and his fiancee. Miss Doris Cromer, Mrs. Harry Schulman, and Mrs. Milton Klein. The event was a reception tendered by Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cromer in honor of the engagement of their daughter. Doris, to E. Albeit Pallot The Gardens were beautifully decorated, and refreshments were served from long tables presided over by friends an members of the families. • • • LEAVE FOR MOUNTAINS Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Damn left last week for a two months stay in Hendersonville. N. C. 1 SPONSOR BOAT RIDE T'i.' Anna Miller Circle sponsoring a boat ride 8 Ya. hi Biscayne Wednesdaj ing Pier 7, at s :•",(> p. m. | benefit of the Harry and Mi.Ui ( rippled Children's pital in Umatilla, Florida. Mrs. Sam Ehrlich, chairman, iassisted by Meadanu Koinordlinger, Caroline Hut GllSSie W ilson. 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FRIDAY. JULY 5, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREK 2 M I Jt> S 1 CONGREGATION nrMiAno T O w T o„"1 K E Y WEST NOTES j l BETH DAVID i ..Miami's Pioneer Congregation) • i MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi Rabbi's Residence: 919 South West 13th Court Phone 3-5192 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAI SMAPlMU, HaOOl 498 S. W. 18th Road Office Phone 2-'473 Home Phone 2 2176 FERMANENT CALENDAR Daily services at 7 a. m. and day evening at 5t80 o'clock. Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30 a. ni. [.ate Friday evening services. Friday eveping 8:16. Junior services, Saturday 10:30 Hebrew School, 3:15 to 8:15 lay School, Sunday 10:00 Mitzvah Group, Sunday at a. in. ilt History Group, Sunday a. in. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wedlay of month. I I I I I SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: s a m., and 5:45 p. 111. Friday evening services, 5:30 p. ni. Shahl.es: 9:60 a. ni. Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. m. Shalush Slides: .">: 15 p. in. B'N'ai Ziun Congregation L. Lehrer, Rabbi; Joe Perlman, president of Congregation. Hebrew Sunday School 11 a. m. and every day in week except Friday, at 4 p. m. Regular services every Friday evening at s o'clock, and Saturday morning at 7 ..'clock, Friday night, June 28th, Jack Appel and Milton Appel conducted the services iii both Hebrew and English. This week Donald PearlVisiting Key West is Shiela man will conduct the services. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION i ITEMPLE ISRAEL! • Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Raobi I 625 Michigan Avenue Phone 5-1323 MAURICE MAMCHES. Ca Phone 5-2013 945 Euclid Avenue in'.or I I | f 94!> tuciid Avenue I J Appreciation Mrs. J. Engler and has committee express their personal thanks to the many members and friends for their ...operation by coming to ear picnic last Sunday at Ilardic's Casino to purchase the delicious made foods. Mother and Daughter Luncheon Mans for the Mother and Daughter luncheon of the Beth David Sisterhood have been eomted for Wednesday. July 10th 12:80 at the Beth David Talmud .rah. A home made luncheon will be served and in addition a did program has been arrange for the afternoon. There be a nominal charge of fifty for adults and twenty-five for children. A real pleasant afternoon is promised so do not fail US. Mrs. Samuel Khrlich being assisted by Mcsdamcs Isidor Cohen, Ben Kandel, Harry Mandell, Louis Margulies, Jean Seitlin. Isidor Siegel, Hyman S lOtin. The ladies will just sit lack and will be served by the boys who will also entertain us. At the Mother's and Daughter's luncheon the boys serving end ent. laming will be Herby Tiscber. Synagogue Dedication Great intl rest is manifested ill the forthcoming dedication ceremonies of our new Synagogue which has been definitely scheduled for Sunday, September 22. In this connection we are pleased to record with grateful thanks the action of the board of directors of the Beth David Congregation who voted to pur. base and donate a beautiful chandelier to our new synagogue. It ito b. hoped that this splendid gesture will be emulated by other Jewish organizaand individuals. Ladies Au\iiiar> The first function of the new ministration is a theatre parly arranged for Saturday and Sunday nights. July 6-7 at the Temple Theatre. We urge the many friends Of our congregation to help the Auxiliary in this their newest venture. Tickets may be obtained by phoning Mrs. Chertkof at 5-4819 or Mrs. Mell at 3-1495. Bar Mitzvah The Bar Mitzvah of Ronald T. Mann will be held this coming Sabbath. In order to enable Ronnie's great grandmother to attend this happy occasion, the celebration will be held in New York. We take this means of congratulating I Alvin Schwartz, I-ouis Fine and Harold Shapiro. Elect President At the annual election of the Belli David Congregation last Thursday evening. Mr. Sid Palmer was unanimously elected president of thCongregation! Mr. Louis Gordon, vice president; Mr. 'Louis Weinkle. treasurer. and Milton Friedman, secretary. Serving with them on the board are Messrs. IA-O Ackerinan, Jack Aug' Stanley C. Myers, M. J. Kopeloust, Abe Kaplan. Abe Kroiunfold with. S. M. Miller, and Jack S. Ballot. Dayman of Miami Beach, Fla. She is here on a short vacation. Milt.in Appel will leave shortly for a vacation in Cuba. Mrs. Lazarus Lehrer is now vacationing in New York City. the Bar Mitzvah boy and his parents and wish them Ma/. 1. Brocho and Hatzlocho. Many Miami friends of the family will attend the affair, including Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner and Mr. and Mr-. Philip Berkowitz. To Officiate At the Sabbath Bosh Chodesh Services this coming Saturday Rabbi Abraham Gluck will officiate and will preach a Yiddish sermon in the afternoon preceding the Mincha Services. Thank You The Congregation wishes to thank Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schocnberg for their generous donation of Sidurim to the Synagogue. Nichum Ovelim We chronicle with profound regrets the passing of the late Mr. Joseph Leopold Kaufman Olov Hasholom and beg to extend to his dear ..nes the Congregation's deepest sympathy. We mourn with Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Serkin over the untimely loss of their daughter Jeanette Oleho Hosholom and pray that they may be comforted amidst the mourners of Lion and Jerusalem. Synagogue Services Slue hriss: Daily at S:00 a. m.; Saturday al 8:30 a. m. Mincha: Daily at 0:45 p m.; Saturday at 6:30 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at 6:45 p. in. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The Portion of the { Week." Maariv: Daily at 7:30 p. m.; Saturday at 7:45 p. m. Bar Mitzvah The parents of Spencer Pern th e congregation.'—Hillel. invite their friends to attend lb" Bar Mitzvah ceremony of their | Sabbath Eve Scr\ ices son to be held this Saturday j Friday afternoon, July 5th. at morning at our synagogue Spen8:15 o'clock, the late services will cer will read the special Haftorah be conducted by Dr. Jacob 11. Kapan.l deliver an address. Our Rabbi Ianwill instruct the Bar Mitzvah boy. Sisterhood Refreshments will be served a;"All ladies are urged to attend ter the services. on Monday mornings a: 9:30 Holy Day Preparations ..'.lock in Kaplan Hall of Ten A special meeting of the memIsrael to participate in the Bewing 137 N E. 19th St eet | Office Phone 2-7745 I JRABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. | 6996 Indi.in Creek Drive—6.1265 Miami Beach | RABBI COLMA.NJ A. ZWITMAN I 530 N. E. 31st St.—2.9548 Minmi I i Congregational •Do not withdraw thyself from bers of the gation was held last Sunday night to make final preparations for the coming High Holy Days. Services will be held in both our synagogue buildings. Seats will bo very reasonably priced in the Talmud Torah building. project for the Red Cross. In Memoriam ".May the Father of Peace send peace to all <>ho mourn and comfort the beeaved among us." At the services this Friday evening the memory of the following EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP VIr. and Mrs. E. S. Emanary Proprietors Super Full Circle Retreading and Vulcanizing I'sed Tires-Bargains Road Service 400-15 Fiat Tires The Only Place in Town Who Makes Them 1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-0673 Engaged to assist our cantor in will be hallowed: Fannie Woltbe services were Messrs. Golden, kowsky. mother of Mr. Herman Shapiro. Guttman and Cantor N. Wall; Lewis Herstein. father of WrOObel. Rabbi Mescheloff will Mrs. Morris Plant and Mis. Ixniis preach in both synagogues. A Zeientz. committee was app >inted to sej lect a choir for the new s.. nagogue. Nichum A"dm Our deepest COI ences are extended to th ( b< .ed family and friends of the h rs. 11. London, mother ..f Mr il London, who passed away 1 t Friday evening. A brief s ..was conducted at tinRivers le Memorial Chapel by Rabbi lUscheloff before the body was III to Detroit for inTHR GATEWAY TO HEALTH | DR FREDERICK BUTLER Dietetic Chemistry Naturopathic Phvsieian CHIBOMACTOB 463 41st St.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-7808 i KOSHER ZION i May 'the All-Merciful console j OAUOACTIL CU. the mourners in their grief. I 1X0. 37th St. and Normal Are. CHICAGO. ILL. DWteioa* Corned MeW nkh*d. ("•okea and Smoked Moats DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DHLICATE8SEN Now ot.Uim.hie Everywhere tn Klortda G



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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1910 wjewisti IFIIoiriidliai in PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue I J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor 3 FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager inteied as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office t Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 187 SUBSCRIPTION One year Six Months —— $2.00 $1.00 FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1940 VOLUME 13—No. 27 OBLIGATIONS "Americanism" is a much maligned word and has taken a considerable beating in its comparatively short span of life. Since the early 20's it has hit an all time high and a record lowin its meaning to the American citizen. "Americanism" is due for a break and the best possible break would be a suitable definition. The B'nai B'rith of Pittsburgh adopted a resolution urging that a definition of "Americanism" be included in the ritual of all the lodges of the organization. The suggested definition declared it to be "an unfailing love of country; loyalty to its institutions and ideals; eagerness to defend it against all enemies; undivided allegiance to the flag and a desire to secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity." "Americanism" is a continuing process and as such defies a static definition. Communism. Fascism, and Nazism on the other hand can be labelled for ready reference. B'nai B'rith scored heavily in the right direction when it defined Americanism as a "desire." Sholem Lodge scored heavily in the right direction when it realized that it also has obligations—that of sharing the burden of worthwhile Community projects. Sholem Lodge became the leading group in both its recent civic endeavors, raising more than any other individual organization for the South Florida Crippled Children's Hospital and the Red Cross Refugee Fund. Let's accept our American ideals as worthy of our loyalty, our love, and our allegiance, and at the same time let's admit that the work is by no means done, that we have a duty of assuming our share of the burden in civic affairs and by MJ doing assure ourselves of never having to be accused of shirking. I vice president Ve recognized our civic duty and esponded and the result speaks :or itself. Incidentally this is the largest sum raised by any organization in Greater Miami for the benefit of the Red Cross. In addition to the Trojan work done by Abe Aronovitz, our very active vice president, special thanks should be given to Brother Al Pallot, as chairman of the entertainment committee; to Jimmy Leonard, in charge of special arrangements; Sidney Segall, special gifts; Miss Jennie Rotfort. Harold Turk, Mrs, Harry Boyell, Ethel Mand, Miss Maxine Daly and scores of others whose names now escape me, for their cooperation at the affair. Thanks to Doris Kovner for her enthusiasm and willingness to sell tickets in the ticket booth at the Civic Center. No doubt the fact that she sold so many tickets can at least in part be attributed to her charm and loveliness. The skit conceived and written by Jimmy Leonard, which had its world premiere at the Patriotic Rally was so well received and acclaimed by all, that Station WKAT requested that it be broadcast over their station last Saturday night. The cast consisted of Jimmy Leonard, Harold Turk, Lou Heiman, Marx Feinberg and A. Louis Mechlowitz ... I understand | Brother Marx Feinberg has rewhich will be given. ceived an offer from a network as a result of his acting performance especially for the way he recited Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.. • Our next regular meeting will be held next Tuesday night, July 9th at 8 o'clock at the Y. M. H. A. The Ladies Auxiliary will meet the same night, the same place and same time. The business of the ladies will be the ratification of the constitution of the Women's Grand Lodge of the Fifth District. All members are urged to attend this important meeting. • • Brother Al Berkeley, chairman of the entertainment committee. has arranged a beach party to be held some time during the latter part of July. The exact date will be published next week. The beach party will be held at one of the Miami Beach ocean pools. There will be swimming, entertainment and refreshments. Refreshments will include hot dogs, watermelon, peanuts and all the other circus foods. This is an annual B'nai B'rith affair and is looked forward to by members of our Lodge ... so get those bathing suits out of the camphor balls and be prepared. • • Sholem Lodge and Miami will be hosts to the State Federation Convention of B'nai B'rith Lodges over the Labor Day week-end. There are a number of Lodges in the State of Florida and each Lodge expects to have a large delegation in attendance. No doubt the beauty and attractiveness of Miami will make this year's convention the biggest and best one ever held. Brother Al Pallot. our past president, has been chosen as chairman of the convention. This is an excellent choice since Brother Pallot has attended many conventions and knows the requirements' and details which help make a convention successful. Our Lodge is well represented among the officers of the State Federation, to-wit: Etry Stone. second vice president; Harry Simonhoff. state chairman of state Student I'nion committee; Abe Aronovitz. state chairman of State A. D. L. committee; Milton A. Friedman, state chairman of state A. Z. A. committee. Barney Cohen, of Tampa, is the president of the State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges. • • • Did you have your fortune told by Miss Irene Krajeski, the Polish Refugee who donated her services for the entire evning at the Humanity Ball? Her readings were most interesting. Thanks to WKAT for the opportunity to announce the Humanity Ball and for permitting us to make an appeal to the citizenry of Greater Miami to attend, and also the Rabbinical Association for allowing us a portion of their Jewish Hour on last Sunday afternoon to publicize the Humanity Ball, in permitting Brother A. Ix>uis Mechlowitz to talk about the affair. • • • The Miami Rabbinical Association has a half-hour radio program over Station WIOD each Sunday afternoon from 3 to 3:30 o'clock. In recognition of the services rendered by B'nai B'rith to the community, the Rabbinical Association has graciously offered their time on Sunday, July 14th, 1940, to our Lodge for the presentation of such program as w e desire. We have in our midst several professionals, due to the fact that they have been on the air once. Listen in Sunday afternoon, July 14, at 3 p. m. and let us have your comments on the program Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHUTXAI J. Bntow) THE FRENCH FRONT It isn't because the French are preparing for the day when they will want a scapegoat for their present troubles that they picked General Hunt/inger, an Alsatian Jew, to sign the armistice with Hitler, is it? ... Did you know that Senator 'Marcel Berenger. who initiated for peace with Hitler, used to be the head of the Cagoulards, the French equivalent of the Ku Klux Klan, and a couple of years ago received a si\-month jail sentence on charges of complicity in the bombings that took place in Paris at that time? But we're sure you're not surprised to know that themost intransigent member of the Reynaud Cabinet, which resigned in a body rather than make peace with Hitler, was Georges Mandel. its only Jewish member Pierre van Paassen reminds us that Pierre Laval's IA' Jour, at the time of Leon Blum's assumption of the French premiership, carried a streamer proclaiming "Rather Hitler than Blum" Laval, you'll remember, is the vice premier in the Petain Cabinet, and personally negotiated France's armistice with Mussolini WAR ECHOES Jews should have special sympathy with the Frenchmen who fled Paris ... On the way they ran out of baking powder, and had to bake their bread without it. just as the ancient Israelites had to do on their trek out Of Egypt All honor to Werner Krauss for refusing the Nazi command to give a most odious interpretation of .lew Suess—the central figure in Lion Feiu-htwanger's "Power," and a historical characte to boot—and preferring to suffer the consequences of official Nazi ire ... In case you didn't know it. until this recent incident Krauss was one of Germany's most popular actors Did you see Carl Zuckmayci's article, entitled "No Summer in Austria," in Harper's Magazine7 If there's anything you didn't know about Nazi tactics in conquered lands, you'll learn it there What is the big idea of changing the title of "I Married a Nazi." a new film now in production, to "The Man I Married?,' Doesn't Hollywood know yet that the European market is closed to its output, and that the only thing the movies can do is to turn out films the American public will like well enough to keep the scrceen industry out of the red? An interesting book in search of a publisher has just been completed by William Dodd, Jr. ... lit is based on the diary kept in Berlin by his father, the late ambassador there If your local Bundists announce a speech by a Dr. Webster, don't he misled by the Anglo-Saxon-sounding moniker It's just an alias of Dr. Gerhart Westrick, who recently came to this country "on business" Funniest item of the week is the rtport of the celebration of the | French tragedy by a group of Chicago sympathizers The centerpiece on the banquet table was an umbrella JEWISH NEWS In the air raid shelter of London's Dorchester House the New York Post's Helen Kirkpatrick a couple of weeks ago discovered none other than Dr. Chaim Weizmann While Nazi planes flew over Britain's capital the Zionist leader calmly read Isaiah from the Hcbew Bible. Miss Kirkpatrick recorded Among the problems the Hebrew I'niversity at Jerusalem has to meet these days is that of providing support for about 300 students who used to be maintained by remittances from their families in Europe, but whose source of income has now been cut off by the war .Benedict Magnes. son of the Chancellor of the Hebrew University, and i charge of the information booth at the Palestine Pavilion at the World's Fair, reports that one Southern mammy came up to him w^th a most puzzled expression on her face and asked: "Ain't this the Jewish Pavilion?" And when he assured her it waN. she countered: "Then what", all this Chinese writing doing here?" ... In case you're interested. Judge Jonah J. Goldstein has suggested that at the close of the present season the Fair Grounds should be converted into a vocational training center for American youth Somebody else, we forget who. recommends that the exposition grounds be used to house refugees who find asylum in this country letters from all parts of the country to the American Jewish Press Club which held its second meeting at the Hotel New Yorker last week indicate the widespread interest aroused by the formation of the group Temporary officers were elected and a platform set up Arthur Weyne. father of the idea, was unanimously elected president TRUE STORY The New Yorker reports that over in Brooklyn a German cook named Rosi worked for a Jewish family named David for twenty years, and in all that time collected practically none of her salary, leaving it with Mr. Davi to hold for her Not long ago Rosi asked her h for the money coining to her, which amounted to 14,000 smackers When Mr. David asked her what she was going to do with all that money she explained that she was going to hand it over to the Bund as her contribution to the Nazi war chest in Germany "And don't you believe all these lies you read in the papers about Hitler persecuting th .lews," she added "Why would he be so stupid?" Nothing Mr. David could say could change her mind She insisted that the Bund had assured her that German Jews were leading the life of Rcilly ... So her fourteen grand are now on their way to Hitler—and Rosi, if you want to know is looking for a new job BOW TO AFBAU So disrupted has the European mail situation become becaase of censorial carelessness in restoring correspondence to its proper envelopes that the Aufbau, New York's refugee weekly, has had to institut a special column carrying notices that give details of letters received by people for whom they were never meant ... By reading this column retugees otten tind that letters long awaited by Mr. Cohen in the Bronx were received by Mr. Uvy in Brooklyn, while Mr. Uvy's corCuntinued on Pave -, / L. V.



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FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE 4 KAUFMAN CHOSEN Z. 0. A. PRESIDENT t (Continued from Page 1) rice presidents, Professor Harry Prii lenwald and Judge Julian W. Mack; vice presidents, Dr. Solomon Goldman, Dr. Israel Goldstein. Louis Lipsky, Judge Morris Rothenberg, Dr. Abba Hillel silvii. Robert Szold and Dr. Stephen > Wise; chairman of the administrative council. Judge Louis E. thai. -landing among the meas:: adopted at the Monday sesf the convention was a war :., •>• program '"•"' Palestine, nost among the planks of this program was the provision for the immigration into Palestine during the period between ; %  ow and September 80, 1940 of i.000 refugees from European fends by way Of an overland route through Turkey and Syria, which ,,. established as a new channel if ei try into Palestine following the closing of the Mediterranean to normal shipping. These refugees would enter in accordance with the British government's provision for the immigration of 9,Jews in the six months ending Septi • ibe* 30, 1940. Idition to the normal program i f rebuilding and cblonizamaintained through funds raised by American Jewry in behalf ol the United Palestine ApI, the emergency program inrludes the following major activities: ill Children's evacuation camps and special medical care; (2) Overland transport facilities ami other vital security precautions; |3) Extraordinary relief of nnem] toyedincluding workers in Tel Aviv and Haifa ports and •thci classes affected by economic dislocations resulting from the war: (41 Establishment of public works projects for the creation •f increased employment opportunities; B) Absorption and training of refugees including the 5,(H"i new arrivals prepared for in the p iriod ending next September; I Loans to small manufacturers ind tradesmen. Included in this program are provisions for facilitation of commercial credits for agricultural settlements established since 1986 to provide for irrigation systems and other aids. Reclamation of land, drainage and the building of roads, urban development would also receive special support through this emergency program for strengthening the economic and defense structure of the Jewish community in Palestine. Th;program would be carried ut through the Palestine Foundation Fund and the Jewish National Fund which are combined in the United Palestine Appeal. Five hundred thousand Jews in Palestine are ready to fight today as they fought against the invader 2.000 years ago. Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the Jewish National Fund told the convention. 'The Zionists point with Btfde to Palestine today as one •f tie few remaining battlefronta •f democracy in the old world. "Thus far it has escaped the fate which has overcome Czechoslovakia. Norway. Holland, Belgium and France. If. however, it will be menaced by the Axis powers, 500.000 Jews in Palestine will be found ready to defend their historic soil. It will be the first time since Bar Cochba twenty centuries back, that they will be in position to exercise that elementary right." Dr. Goldstein reported that American sources were responsible for three fourths of the funds for the acquisition of land for farm settlements of Jews in Palestine. "It is significant that in the face of the threat to Palestine, the BETH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL open every week in the year and Sunday Sessions begin Sunday morning October 20, 1940, ending Sunday morning, May 25th, I'.ill. 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 at the home of Mrs. C. H. Adler. EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON—Y. W. H. A. Sewing (lasses benefit Red Cross at V Clubrooms, SECOND AND FOURTH TUESDAYS of each month, regular meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith. JULY SAM BEBER Ri -elected president of the Supreme Advisory Council A. Z. A., Junior Order of the B'nai B'rith. Civic League Holds Meeting 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 office by Wednesday morning. To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as possible. The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Ave., Phone 2-1141, which conducts the %  bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in the matter of clearing dates. The Beach Civic League of Miami held the first meeting of i the new administration last week at the Carrousel with Dr. Leonard Finn, newly elected president, as chairman. Several committees were appointed and a complete list will appear in these columns next week. 6—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Theatre Party. 7—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Theatre Party. 7—Y. M. II. A. Radio Program WIOD. 10—Beth David Sisterhood Mother and Daughter Luncheon. Beth David Talmud Torah, 12 o'clock 10—Anna Miller Circle Boat Ride aboard Yacht Biscayne at 8:30 p. m. 15—Junior Division Y. M. H. A. Skating Party Venetian Rink. 4__Workmen's Circle 17—Men's Club of Temple Israel Date announced. Card Party. ,18—Workmen's Circle ior Division. Tides Hotel, Miami Beach. 28—Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami Card Party. AUGUST AffairAffair— ing every Monday night startin); this date. 22—Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Synagogue Dedication. 25—National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section opening Fall Meeting. Board Meeting 10 a. m. followed by luncheon and general meeting. OCTOBER 5—Miami Beach Mizrachi. Men and Women's Divisions, Opening Meeting. 20—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Succoth Party. 27—Beth Jacob Religious School Induction Exercises. 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. 10—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Cafeteria Supper. 26—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Membership Tea. 27—National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section Board Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon. DECEMBER 4—National Affair— p. m. 21—Workmen's Circle Date announced. 22—lunior Division Y. M. H. A. Watermelon Party. 23—Workmen's Circle Boat Ride. 28—Joint Installation of the Y. M. H. A.. V. W. II. A. and Y. JunCouncil of Jewish Women General Meeting 2 p. m. Miami Beach Habonoth Chanukah Entertainment. 28—Ladies Auxiliary Miami JewSEPTEMBER ish Orthodox Congregation 15—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew2S —Beth Jacob Religious School ish Orthodox Congregation Chanukah Affair. Ev.ning of Games. | 29—Miami Beach Mizrachi Latkeh. —Miami Beach Habonoth Meet Party. 21—Y. W. H. A. Family Supper I Date announced. and Card Party at Y, 7:30 ,20— I-adies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation %  Boat Ride. ROOSEVELT SIGNS ALIEN BILL JEWS TRAPPED IN CLASH (Continued from Page 1) guests. The registration an identification of approximately three and a half million aliens who are now within our borders does not carry with it any stigma or implication of hostility towards those who. while they may not be citizens, are loyal to this country and its institutions. "Most of the aliens in this country are people who came here because they believed and had faith in the principles of American democracy, and they are entitled to and must receive full protection of the law. It is of the utmost importance to this country that the program of alien control shall be carried out with a high sense of responsibility. It would be unfortunate if, in the course of this regulative program, any loyal aliens were subjected to harassment. "I ask that citizens and noncitizens alike cooperate with a full sense of the responsibilities involved so that we may accomplish this task of registration smoothly, quickly and in a friendly manner, our aim being to preserve and build up the loyalty and confidence of those aliens within our borders who desire to be faithful to its principles. "With these aliens who are disloyal and are bent on harm to this country, the government, through its law enforcement agencies, can and will deal vigorously." (Continued from Page 1) wounded. An indication of the extent of the pogroms was furnished by DNB, official Nazi news agency, which reported that COO Jews were killed when the Rumanian Army put down "armed Jewish uprisings" in Galati. Anti-Semitic agitation, apparently with government approval, has been rising throughout Rumania. Manifestos attacking Great Britain and the Jews have been distributed widely. One manifesto read: "The British. our so-called friends, have rejoiced over our misfortune. They want war in the Balkans in order to protect themselves from war for a while. Down with England. Down with the Jews." Rumanian newspapers published Italian accounts of the Russian occupation. The Italian version of the occupation claimed that the "Jews demonstrated against the Rumanian soldiers" and threw into a train and returned to Galati. escorted by Rumanian troops. The Nazi radio reported that the crowd "had fought" Rumanian soldiers but "was subdued" and loaded onto the train. Arriving in Galati, the report charged, one man shot a Rumanian soldier and the whole group fled. Rumanian soldiers then encircled part of the town, this report stated, and shot the fugitives with machine guns. The plight of Jews in Rumania is pitiful. Approximately 225,000 Jews had been deprived of all their civil and legal rights by the Citizenship Revision Law of 1938. Only two days before the Russian occupation, a decree was issued rly of Berlin; Dr. Abraham Heschel. formerly of Frankfort on Main; Dr. Isaiah Sonne, formerly of Florence. Italy; and Dr. Frans Rosenthal, who came from Upsula, Sweden, are the newcomers. Dr. Guttman who had been teaching Talmud at the Lehrenstalt des Judentums in Berlin, reached Cincinnati with his wife and child. He is the son of Michael Guttman. outstanding Talmud* ist and Rector of the Rabbinical Seminary in Budapest. Dr. Heschel. a specialist in Bible and Philosophy, came from Frankfort where he has been connected with the Jewish Theologexcluding all Jews f.-om the new-, g eini Dr Sonm who ly-organized Party of the NaUon > '.^^ Ualy WM ,„ r organized along Fascist lines with at tho members of the formerly ouUawed merly no ^ ^ ^ liuard playing a dominant Iron Guard playing role in the party. WORLD WIDE JEWISH NEWS Cincinnati iWN'SI — Four more outstanding scholars from abroad have been appointed to the Jewish Exile of Hebrew Union st.nies at them. It concluded by i College in •there is a general feeling | College in Cincinnati, it was announced here. Dr. Alexander Guttman, formr &! &;, CfflPPLEOflppiS Jewish National Fund is continuing to buy land every day. Wo are a people of long memories and long hopes, discounting the immediate present and counting most on the long range fulfillment df our indefensible and indefeasible aspirations." saying Of contempt for the Jews in the whole country." Faced with increased anti-Semitism, the lews of Rumania are fleeing to the areas occupied by Soviet troops. IScssarabia has a Jewish population of about 370,000. while approximately 50,000 Jews live in northern Bukovina. A communique from Rumania stated that thousands of Jews are leaving their homes in an attempt to get into Soviet-occupied Rumania. One report said that more than 7000 Jews had crossed the Ungheni bridge into Soviet areas in one day alone. Thousands of Jews made their way to Reni, which is in the extreme southwest corner of Bessarabia. It is not clear, however, at this writing, whether it will remain in Rumanian hands. Describing the massacre of Jews in Galati, the Nazi radio stated that 2,000 persons, mostly Jews from Galati and Bucharest en route to Bessarabiawere piled and of Rhodes. Dr. Rosenthal, who lectured at the University of Upsula during his temporary residence in Sweden, is a prominent young Jewish scholar. In 1938 he was awarded the Lidzwarski price which is given once every four years by the International Congress on Orientalists for the best study by a Semitic scholar on a subject formulate,! by the Congress. The prize money. $500, was appropriated by the German government. TEMPLE OF RELIGION—NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR



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PAG1 SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JULY 5. 1910 BETH DAVID ELECTS OFFICERS At the administrative board meeting of Beth David Congregation, held Thursday night, Sidney H. Palmer, former president of the congregation, was elected again to serve as president for the ensuing year. Louis Gordon was elected vice president; Louis Weinkle, treasurer, and Milton Friedman, secretary. Rabbi Max Shapiro, who has been leading the Congregation for the past several years, was again elected to serve as Rabbi. Those serving on the administrative board, besides the above elected officers, are: Stanley (". Myers, J. Kopelowitz, A. KronenLld. S. B. Miller, L. Ackerman, J. S. Pallet, Jack August and A. Kaplan. Mr. Palmer, who has been operating a shoe store in Miami for the past fifteen years, has been | Mr and Mrs M Manassa. dareprominently identified with many more Drive, have departed for the civicsocial and fraternal organiNorth to spend the summer zations in Miami. He is past m0 nths. president of the Miami Independj Mrs. (ail N. Herman is included among the City Committee leaders chosen to raise War Relief Funds. Facsimile "I' Receipt Given t<> Sholem Lodge, B'nai 1$ in to tin 1 nili when proceeds of fhi |{i'il Cross uinaility I'm 11 were turneii PflLfTl BfHCH 1MB CHILD GUIDANCE by JOSEPH A. BERMAN (The writer win be glad to answer any problem of his readers. Write to him in care of this newspaper) Junior Hadassah Mr. and Mrs. Ira May are spending a several weeks' vacation visiting relatives in Virginia and stopping at other points. Aaron Bergman, South Lave avenue, has left for Philadelphia, and for a visit with relatives in Durham, N. C. SID PALMER ent Merchants' Association; past patron of Emunah Chapter, Order Eastern Star; past Monarch of Gazna Grotto; past vice president of the State Grotto Association; past finance and publicity director of the Miami Drum and Bugle Corps. Beside the above he is a member of the following other organizations: Biscayne Bay Masonic Lodge; Miami Scottish Rite Consistory; Mahi Shrine Temple; Young Men's Hebrew Association; Benevolent Protective Order of Elks; Knights of Pythias; Sholem Lodge No. 1025. B'nai B'rith; Balmore Aerie, F. O. E.; Vidalia Camp, W. O". W.; Florida Association of Workers for the Blind; Miami Avenue Merchants' Association; Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce, and Young Democratic Club of Dade County. JR. council, nans Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dave. Durham. N. (.'.. have returned to their home following a visit of about two weeks with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Moss. Ben Ryder is vacationing in New York City, lie is expected to return shortly. Mrs. Ben Wax. who left Maine about a month ago. has been seriously ill with pneumonia. She is now recovering. Mrs. Rose Aaron is now residing on 816 Gardenia street. Mr. and Mrs. H. Blumberg have opened their summer home at Hempstead. Long Island, New York. by BETTE SIR Here's your chance to go dancing and still keep cool on a hot summer night such as July 21st is going to be. The National Council of Jewish Juniors is going to have a combination dance and swim at the Seaglades Cabana and Beach Club for the benefit of the National Children's Convalescent Home and the Council. There will be dancing to a fine, smooth' orchestra, swimming in a large pool with cold water, (isn't it tempting?), lockers and towels provided, all for the small sum of 75c per person. Charlotte Singer( chairman of this affair, is being ably assisted by Charlotte Dreyfuss, Edward Newman and Leonard Ross. With the great ability of this committee X can assure you of a grand time. Word has been received from Mrs. Louis Schutzer. who went to San Antonio, Texas, announcing the birth of a son to her eldest daughter, the former Bern ice Schutzer. Mrs. Schutzer was accompanied by another daughter. Muriel. Herman Gordon, Charles Sherman and Philip Julius were initiated into the B'nai B'rith Lodge and Martin Smith was accepted as a new member of the Order recently. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Goodmark have moved into their recently completed home in the South Lake Front area. Satisfy Curiosity Many questions that mothers write in and ask about are along these line.-: 'What should I teach my little boy of three?" Or. "I want my little boy to learn the things he ought to know. Can you In Ip me?" Teaching, as such, really has no place in the living of a child three years of age. He's bound to find out about the world he Is living in and in doing so, is learning as rapidly as he is able. The intelligent thing to do is to make the conditions favorable for his learning, that is. give him the opportunity to satisfy his curiosity, answer his questions, he responsive to his play and interested in it and provide the way for his ceaseless activity. To do this, supply him with the right playthings, books, materials for manual activity, and enough equipment for use by his tremendous bodily energy. Learning at this age must be a spontaneous thing; something from within. reaching out. The thing for parents to do is to encourage it with response and materials. Work Becomes Play Have you ever felt like taking all the toys away from your child, after he has littered up the whole house'.' The wreckage after children finish their games has always been a source of annoyance and discomfort to mothers. A good way to avoid this mess is to make the "clean-up" a part of the play-time. Give the child a designated room to play in. Some place where the little friends can meet without any grownup supervision. However, be sure that the room has an alarm clock that the children may be guided by. Before the game takes full swing, arrange the time when all must (case. Then let the children set the alarm for the appointed hour. Until the alarm goes off. the children can "let freedom ring" in the most topsy-turvy fashion. But after the bell sounds, they must again reset the alarm for fifteen minutes later. This q:nrter-hour period Is for "clean-up." Everyone must do his share to set the room hack in order b< fore thi ond alarm rings. The children i njoy this contest, ''leaning up the room is no longer a drudge to th m, but part of a thrilling game. son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubbin. by Rosalind Klein At a recent board meeting of Junior Hadassah held at the home of the newly elected president, Hetty Lasky, chairmen for the coming year were announced. Thoes appointed and their respective chairmanships, are: publicity, Rosalind Friedman; membership, Hilda Breskin; cultural. Harriette Damenstein; J. N. I. Ruth. Bernstein; Junior Senior representative, Elsie Kronenfeld; hospitality. Rhea Epstein; Youth Aliyali. Rosalyn Klein. Plans for an administration dance to be given shortly will be discussed at the regular meeting to be held this Monday. July 8 at the home of the Misses Ruth and Anita Bernstein 1676 s. W. 14th St. There will be a short business meeting after which n social hour will fellow. Members and friends are cordially invited to attend. A novel poetry program has been arranged—so girls, bring your favorite or original poem. Perhaps yours will win a prize. TO TAMPA, ST. PETZRSBUR AND FLORIDA WEST COAST Johnnie Feller Phone 3-7681 JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP Auto Painting Wrecks Rebuilt Upholstery Woodwork Auto Tops Our Specialty 74 N. E. 20TH STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Two Trains Daily Morning train leaves Miami at 10:30 A. M. for West Lake Wales —parlor bus from West Lake Wales to Tampa and St. Petersburg. COOL—AIR-CONDITIONED Evening train—sleeping carscoaches—leaves Miami 9:00 P.M. for Tampa, St. Petersburg and Florida West Coast points, via Central Florida. ALL-EXPENSE TOURS i TO N. Y. 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He is the Leading entries in the forthcoming local Junior Boys' Tennis Tournament include. Ixiuis I.eibovit, Stanley Gruner and Arthur Leibovit. Gruner recently won the Boys' Southern singles matches, and Louis Leibovit also made the trip as a member of the local High School squad to Clinton, S. C. FOR BOYS FOR GIRLS 20th Season BLUE MOUNTAIN CAMPS Separate Camps EAST STROUDSBURG, PA. High in the Pocono Mountains ... 90 mjles from Philadelphia 90 miles from New York City highest standards in food, counselors, medical staff, modern facilities ... an excellent healftjecord for the past 20 years ... the choice of fine Jewish !:,.:.'' T'': V C,t .'" • • -Patronized by the best Jewish families ate ,ihM s ^ M R T !: F r fur,ht>r Womatton. communiPL. n \ %  Mannhe n Mannheimer Private School, 1054 Pennsylvan.. Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida. Phone 5-1312. V I



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FRIDAY, JL"LY 3, 1940 TZS JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN ^ L % It THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) Bob Epstein to Teach Art Class VVi take great pride and pleasannouncing that the Home indeed been fortunate in g Bob Epstein, well known on its teaching staff. ho know him and know he is with his own work %  idily realize the sacrifice making in the cause of Bob plans to teach a class in the i a nip in art and cartoonin" He is one of the outstanding rusts in this area and we, therefore, look forward with eager anticipation to the great progthat will be made by adding i fine project under the able guidance of such a fine instructor Bob Epstein. Home Camp Such rapid strides and progress have been made in the camp that Etmpers join the "Y" weekly. ir glad to announce that additional campers were : this past Monday, as fol; lows: David I.utsky, Alfred Singer, Lloyd Ruskin. Barry Qarber, Allan Garber, Murray Dubbin. Friedman, Bob Hurwitz, Merrill Raye, Nelson Kemp. Dennis Wepman, Paul Cootner; Stanlej Levy, Myron Pollack. Richard Pollack, Gilbert Freedman, Anita ..I. Sonya Hurwitz, Janice in, Estelle Levy, Radio Program We are glad to announce that plans have been completed for the Y radio program on WIOD Sunfternoon, July 7, from 3 to S:30. We are thankful to the leal Association of Greater ami its sponsor, the Red ( in.. Drug Department Store, tot tincourtesy in permitting us to have thi se facilities. The following will participate in the radio pi The Home Camp Glee Club; Dr. Samuel Beckman, president of the Y. M. H. A.; Stanley ('. Myers, president of the Greatei Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds; Mrs. Leon Lieberraan, chairman Home Camp committee; Mickey Lubel, athletic director of the Y. M. H. A.; Mrs. Mildred Rubenstein. director of the Y Glee Club; Mrs Essie Shaffer, musical director of the Home Camp; Eddie and Mona Pastroff, pupils in the Y Camp; Phyllis and Madeline Schulman, counsellors of the Y (amp. MauriceGrossman, executive director of the Y will direct the program. Junior Division We again call your attention to the Junior Y skating party that will he held Monday. July 15. More detai's later. "Y-EttesThe newly elected officers of the Y-Ettos are: president, Ruth Futerfas; vice-president. Yctta Gulco; corresponding secretary, Velma Abraham; recording secretary, Sadie Hazan; treasurer. Kdith Shier; scrapbook chairman. Rita Grossman; and publicity chairman: Elaine London. The girls have been working on two projects: knitting for the American Red truss, and organizing a sub-deb*' club. Y. \V. H. A. Mrs. Gussie Wilson, chairman of the Y Red Cross knitting committee, announces that over thirty women have been knitting children's sweaters for the Red Cross every afternoon in the Y. M. H. A. building. The committee besides Mrs. Wilson, includes the following: Mrs. Iris Blumberg, Mrs. Rosalind Unman. Mrs. Alice Waitsman. Mrs. Blanche Straus. Athletic Progara Monday night, 7::ll> to 9:30— Junior boys; all athletics; handball, volleyball, badminton, gym, etc. Tuesday tiijjht. Women's night; calisthenics a n d recreational Kames. Wednesday night, basketball clinic; all boys and senior members interested in basketball; at that time will teach fundamentals and play periods. Thursday night, senior men; calisthenics and other types of recreational games, including volleyball, handball, badminton and gym work. Saturday night, gym and floor open for Y-ettes and Girl Scouts; recreational periods. Sunday morning, tired business men's class; calisthenics and all typeof athletic games. We wish to call your attention to the fact that we have two softball teams in two respective leagues, one team in the Miami Beach League, under the direction and managership of Dr. Barney Weinkle. and one team in the Miami Civic League, under the direction and managership of Frank Rose. We also have a six team bowling league that plays every Tuesday night at the Miami Recreation Alleys, under the supervision of Jack Apte. Doc Weinkle has had tough sledding lately with several of his best players injured and several others vacationing; however, they are still in first place. Miami Beach Individual Batting Name Avg. Al Reisman 533 Murray Cooper ,456 Hy Kaut 443 Benny Oilman 441 David Lachovitz 400 Y.M.H.A. Whips B.R. Clerks With Herbie Cohen pitching his usual good game and "Ham" Weintraub playing a bang-up game behind the plate, our Y. M. H. A. ball team of the Civic League managed by Frank Rose defeated the strong Brotherhood of Railway Clerks' team 6 to 3. I This win places the Y in second I place, only two games out of first place. Demons Dethrone Supermen The Y Demons captained by Hal Levinson won three straight games over the Silverstreaks at the Miami Recreation Alleys last Tuesday to go into first place. I The Supermen, lead by Captain Al BerkowitZ, and leaders of the league for the past three weeks. fell into second place as they lost two out of three games to Abe Werner's Rangers, In the only other match of the night Abe Berkowitzs Bombers bombed Harry Schwartz's Blackies to defeat in two out of three games. Sammy Tendrich, although dropping two percentage points, continues to lead the Y duckpin boys for the fourth consecutive week. Jules "Sissy" Wilson bowled a 13") game but it was only a practice game. Player Sc. Av. G Sammy Tendrich 1257 105 12 Al Berkowitz Hal Levinson Harry Schwartz Lou Spector So] Levin Abe Berkowitz Dave Rosenthal Frank Rose Herman Waitsman Joe Berman SLENDERIZE THE BIGHT V/AY SCIENTIFIC P^DUCiNG OUR SPECIALTY E-ic*i P>ron RacttVM Indirldual Attention Call For Appoln'msnl MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Dr. P. I". t .rllM, Director KUwpHVo Physician teil-IHl tltrnyr* Blvd. PS. T-7358 Koolmotor C. 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Demons 8 4 Superman 7 ; Blackies 6 > %  Bombers % %  •_ 'I Rangers •' I Silverstreaks 4 8 Come to the Miami Recreation Alleys Tuesday for some real matches. Coming into the Blackstone Hotel Gardens last Sunday I thought a mass meeting had been called to erevt a community center. However, not to my amazement, it was only hundreds of Al Pallot's and Doris Cromer's family and friends from all walks of life present to wish that happy couple congratulations upon their engagement. WILLIAM GREEN TESTIMONIAL COMPLETES FUND FOR NEW WORKERS' SETTLEMENT IN PALESTINE Seen above are Dr. Israel Goldstein, President of the Jewish National Fund of America. William Green, President of the American Federation of Labor, and Max Zaritsky, President of the United Hat, Cap and Millinery Workers International Union and chairman of the National Committee for a Leon Blum Colony in Palestine, in a discussion of plans tor the establishment of the new workers' settlement. Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page 11 respondence may. alter some weeks, turn up in the mail box of Miss Shapiro of Queens Borough It was in the Aufbau, too. that we found this quotation from Nietzsche, whom the Nazis claim as their very own philosopher: "To imagine German invaders in Paris is like seeing the Venus of %  Milo crawling with vermin" ABOUT PEOPLE Reported to be in New York these days is Sir Krnest Oppenheimer, South African diamond tycoon With the Belgian and Dutch diamond-cutting centers under Nazi domination Sir Krnest no doubt would be investigating American possibilities in this field Despite the reports that Franz Werfel has been killed by tin Nazis in France we -still hope for the best Our information is that Werfel has been sitting tight in Switzerland, and thus is out of the reach of Hitler's hciuhmen Hats off to Warner Brothers for their plan to produce and distribute free of charge a series of shorts on the U. S. defense program The pictures are being made at the request of the Government, and will cost $45,000 each Congratulations to the Joint Distribution Committee's Paul Bearwald on the arrival of a new granddaughter Her papa is Dr. Henry Doubilet. formerly of Montreal and now one of New York's rising young surgeons And felicitations to Milwaukee on the acquisition of a charming newcomer in the person of Mrs. Leonard Simpson Markson Before her recent marriage to young Dr. Markson she was Edith Sherin, whom last year's Palestine Pavilion visitors will remember as Director Meyer Weisgal's pretty blonde secretary ... A veteran of Cincinnati journalism is the Times-Star's Isaac 1'iehel. who just completed fifty years of service withm that paper Both the New Yorker Staats-Zeitung and 11 Progresso Italo-Amei have Jewish movie critics They're brothers, too, and the name is Cohen ^DR. 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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. JULY 5. 19t| WORLD-WIDE JEWISH NEWS London (WNS) —Lady Mosley, wife of the imprisoned anti-Semitic British Fascist leaded and sister of Hitler's friend, Unity Valkyrie Freeman-Mitford, was arrected by Scotland Yard's antififth column squad as British leaders denied that peace negotiations with Nazi Germany were in progress. Lady Mosley, an active leader of Sir Oswald Mosley's British Union of Fascists, was, with her younger sister, frequently in Germany as the personal guest of Hitler during the appeasement term. Lady Mosley became so fanatically pro-Nazi that she trained her two small sons to greet visitors to her town house with the Nazi salute and cries of •Heil Hitler!" The entire Yishuv is united in this belief. We shall stand guard with all means in our power whatever may transpire. At this moment the Yishuv is proceeding with its normal life and work uninterrupted and will continue to do so whatever hazards may await us," Mr. Ussishkin declared in his cable. CHARGE McWILLIAMS "FRONT FOR BUND" New York (WNS) — Palestine Jewry, girding for the tasks connected with the present emergency in the Near East, will "stand guard with all means in its power" but relies and will expect a full measure of material and financial support from American Jewry, Menahem Ussishkin, world president of the Jewish National Fund, declared in a call addressed to American Zionists. Dr. Ussishkin's message was cabled to Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the Jewish National Fund of America. In response to this call, the American branch of the Fund remitted to the Jerusalem headquarters another $100000 for the "extension of agricultural settlement" part of the emergency program in which Palestine Jewry is now engaged. "Rest assured, American Jews, that we shall not falter. Not dismay, but determination animates us all. In this awful crisis threatening the entire civilized world and the existence of the Jewish people, faith in our cause and in our Homeland is the sole reality New York (WNS)—The NonSectarian Anti-Nazi League has distributed thousands of pamphlets branding Joseph E. McWilliams, now on trial for disorderly conduct charges growing out of anti-Semitic speeches made in connection with his Congressional campaign, as a "front for the Bund." Called "Who Is Joe McNazi ?", the pamphlet quotes the testimony of McWilliams' former captain of his Guard I'nit, John Olive, who swears that "McWilliams is trying to lead us into a revolution." ganization of America, now in se. sion at the Hotel Sherman, Baltimore. The sessions will end on Sunday. Delegates from every section of the country, representing more than 2.~>,000 members and adult leaders, opened convention Wednesday evening, July 3, in the spacious hall of the Hotel Southern, Mr. Ickes was scheduled to diseuaa "American Youth i Current Crisis." Pictured here are Kabbi Colman Zwitman, elected vice president and Rabbi Stephen Wise, who made the opening address at the Jewish Institute of Religion. You Have Tried the I: t Now Try the Best .MEALS IN TOWN HOWELL'S RESTAURANT 1043 N. E. 1st Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA "Prices that Are Right 9 Jews in EuNew York (WNS)—The official headquarters of the World Jewish Congress in Europe have been formally established in London, it was announced by Dr. Stephen S. Wise, chairman of the executive committee of the World Jewish Congress. During the absence of Dr. Nahum Goldman, chairman of the administrative committee, who is now in America, the London office will be under the direction of Dr. Maurice L. Pcrlzweig. who until now, has served as chairman of the British section of that body. The decision to make London the chief European center of the World Jewish Congress activities was reached after a meeting of the governing council of the American Jewish Congress. At this meeting Dr. Goldmann reported on the sitF 0 R SALE Well Established Kosher Meat and Poultry Market 5 YEAR LEASE Bargain for Immediate Sale BOX C, JEWISH FLORIDIAN 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 r INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS msmt JAYIACJ 0tT6A

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MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY JULY 5, 1940
PRICE 10 CENTS
BED CROSS BAIL
HUGE SUCCESS
Commons House
Hears Plea
With prominent loaders of the
community, including many coun-
ty, state and city officials pres-
ent, the Civic Center, scene of the
Humanity Ball sponsored by Sho-
l with throngs, all present to evi- ization.
dence their sympathy with and Replying to Col. Wedgwood,
support to the present drive for George Henry Hall, Parliamentary
London (WNS-Palcor Agency)
The House of Commons heard a
demand by Col. Josiah C. Wedg-
wood for the release from prison
in Palestine of Kri Jabotinsky,
WISE OPENS
INSTITUTE CLASS
F. B. I. Seize
Nazi Agent
The Third Annual Summer In-
stitute sponsored by the Alumni
Association of the Jewish Insti-
son of Vladimir Jabotinsky, head UlU' "' Religion was held in New Asama Main, was arrested by t'.
of the Revisionist Zionist Organ- York during the week of Juno 20 Fede'l Bureau of Investigation
agents when he
Los Angeles (WNS) Herbert
Hoehne, one of a group of Ger-
man ''business men and technic-
ians' who arrived at San Francis-
co in June on the Japanese liner
le
BEACH COUNCIL
SELECTS JUDGE
American Red Cross Refugee
Funds.
The entire proceeds. $2253.19,
. .' last Monday's affair. was
Under Secretary for the Colonies,
said that only those persons had
been released by the Palestine gov-
ernment who had been detained
tinned over to the Red Cross last for political terror, but that Mr.
Wednesday, and B'nai B'rith Jabotinsky was not included in
rained the distinction of having
iaise,l the greatest amount in any
-. ent.
'Greater Miami Jewry may well
be proud of her accomplishments
in this great undertaking on be-
half of a cause, whose need can-
not be described in words." Abe
Aronovitz, chairman of Sholem
lodge's Humanity Rail commit-
tee, stated.
"Our achievement has attained
for us a position of admiration
and a niche in the civic life of the
community. I want to take this
means of thanking everyone who
I in this event, and I assure
you that without the wholehearted
cooperation Of everyone that B'nai
B'rith received, the affair could
not have been the glorious suc-
cess it was."
that number.
Col. Wedgwood then asked
whether this was not a good op-
portunity to treat Jabotinsky, who
is guilty only of saving the lives
of 200 Jews, equal leniency.
Mr. Hall said that the matter
was constantly before the author-
ities. Colonel Wedgwood called
the attention of the House to toe
efforts being made hy young Ja-
botinsky's father to strengthen
the British forces
Isidore Zukernick, well known
Miami Beach attorney and civil
worker, was appointed Associati
Municipal Judge of the City ot
Miami Beach hy the City Council
at its meeting on Wednesday, Mr.
to July :i. The purpose was to "'I'" "" ?tCPped 0tt 8 Zukernick is a ;... m! r of the law
T T1\rh \.....Yiffer" ?^eTZT^ a M-^;S';:^.r:;:,;;:
ent parts the country tor ex- word of English, attempted to call b(,. of tm. ,>:<(U. ,,, ftn(, ,,_
change ot opinion and discussion the German Consulate at San rida Har A880Cfotjong .,',, mem.
oi common problems. Francisco hut was unable to com- Der of tne N(,w Yiil.k b.n. ,](i .g
More than one hundred rabbis P*f* the call. He was charged a member of thl. ,,:,|' of ,,.'.
from various sections of the with violation of the Federal law tors of the Civic League of Miami
wh.eh requires agents of foreign ,...,, alu| wag formerl ,nainilan
governments to declare them-
J. W. V. Inaugurates
Drum Corps Drive
country were present Among
the participants in the Summer
Institute was Rabbi Column A.
Zwitman of Temple Israel in Mi-
ami, who was elected vice presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Association
of the Jewish Institute of Relig-
ion.
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president
of the Jewish Institute of Relig-
ion, opened the institute sessions
with a lecture on "The Current
World Jewish Scene." Dr. Wise
dwelt upon the tragic anomaly of
the effort made to help the ex- '
polled and exiled into other lands.
and the circumstance, that as a j
of that hoard, has been actively
selves to the Secretary of State intere8ted the work f Sholem
when they enter the United ,,,,,. ira] ,..,.,,,, Miamj ,., ,,
states- Lodge 1601 B. P (). E., and in
Hoehne was ordered held in .,. Jt.wish aru| ,.ivk. ,.,,.,., ,
$25,000 bond pending a hearing I|u. ]o(;l| a||.a
on July s. German Consul General
Fritz Weidmann at first denied
that hi' had ever heard of Hoehne
hut later admitted that he met
Hoehne when the latter made a
"courtesy call" at the Nazi con
sulate.
JEWS TRAPPED IN CL/.EH
inaugurate Saturday, at Miami
Beach, a drive for contributing
memberships, so that it will be
PALESTINE LEGION enabled to maintain its Drum and
SAFE IN LONDON Bugle Corps. In asking the sup-
I.ondon (WNS) -Giving the lie p0rt .,. community the Veter-
to earlier reports that the Pales-!aM organization pointed out that
tine Legion, including 460 Jews it waa advj8aWe have ,,. ,,.,,.
London (WNS) rrapped iii a
result of less than a year of war. territorial clash betv en Ruman-
and including the Jews of P..'and ja, which last wee' inmined a
--------- | Holland. BWerium and Fiance, new totalitarian y, and the
The Jewish War Veterans will l"1"' '"' five >'""'* ;is many Jews Soviet Union, R lia's 800.00'
have come under Nazi rule as re- Jews arc in in. (lent danger ".'
si.led in Germany when the Nazi violent anti-Si c pogroms. -
regime began. cording to i lomatic sources
Professor Henrv Slonimsky, here.
He is a graduate of the Cl I
lege of the City of New York, and
of the New York University Lav,
School and prior to the time he
established himself in Florida, he
was engaged in the general prac-
tice of law in the City of New
York where was was also active
in fraternal and communal organ-
izations.
dean Of the Jewish Institute of While tin Red Army troop.
and 240 Arabs from the Holy
I-ind. stationed in the Maginot
Line somewhere in France, had
been captured by the Nazi army,
il was announced here that the
Palestine Legion has arrived in
London,
Tiie Legion, it was said, aband-
oned the Maginot Line when it be-
came evident that the French gov-
ernment was about to capitulate
to the Nazis, and withdrew to the
I '-t from where they were fer-
ried back to England. No casual-
ty .- were reported in the Legion.
resentation of a military musical
org.uiizatii.n group. The corps
Roosevelt Si^ns
Religion, gave a series of lectures moved swift'; to occupy Bessar-
iiii Jewish thinking in the last hun- abia and no hern Bukovina, areas
dred years. 1m. Israel Bettan, ceded to Russia by King Carol
Profiysor of Homiletics of the He- in response to a Russian ultimat-
lueu Union College, lectured on um, am Semitic leaders in Ru-
has been splendidly received on a Homiletics, and Dr. Mordecai mania sought to pin the blar,
number of occasions. Its last ap- Kaplan, Professor of Homiletics i the Russian occupation on
pe:,ranee was at the groundbreak- at the Jewish Theological Semin- Jews of Rumania.
ing ceremonies of the South Flor- ary. lectured on the "Religious Pro-Nazi elements in Rumania. jend tnejr rrontiers.
ida Crippled Children's Hospital and Philosophic Approach to the their ranks swelled bj the release
on July 4th. Memberships cost Idea of (hid." Rev. James Myers of hundreds of anti-Semitic Iron
$1.00 and the corps will make uni- of the Federal Council of Churches Guardists from prison, instituted
formed appearances throughout of Christ in America led a sem- pogroms in which hundreds of
the city accompanied by the mem- inar in "Religion and World Jews were killed and many more
hers of the Post and Auxiliary. Problems." (Continued on Page B)
ASK ARMS
Pittsburgh I WNS i Cal
on the British government to arm
the Jews of Palestine. Ixniis Lip-
sky, vice president of the 2
Organization saiil that the Jews of
Palestine stood ready to defi d
the Holy Land.
"!: i.- :!., ir it >.- and tow as
which they have built with their
own hands that they stand organ-
ized t.i defend," Mr. Lipsky de-
clared. "'It is a Jewish homeland
they are defending for which they
ari' prepared to die. They have
laid aside all their grievances and
all they possess in this life to di
Kaufman Chosen Z. O. A. President
Axis Reports
Jewish Future
Pittsburgh. Pa. Edmund
A I if Ml Kill Kaufmann, prominent Zionist
Washington and long active
I.
of
in
Jewish work and welfare activi-
Washington (WNS(-Declaring ti,.s was ,.,,.,..,, |m.si,U ,- ,,
lMat the bill carries no stigma or Zionist Organization of America
mplfcation of hostility towards at tht, Monday evening session of
'hose who are loyal to this coun- the convention held at the William
try and its institutions. President p,^,n Hotel
Roosevelt signed the first peace- ; ln the hght of the proscnt world
II providing for the registration situation, deeply affecting the fate
and finger-printing of approxi-;of Palestine. Zionist leaders of all
mateiy 3,r>00,000 aliens within the
groups welcomed the end of tnt
United States. I controversy which it felt musi
In signing the bill, which now prove especially damaging at a
becomes the haw of the land, the tine when the need for a united
president issued a statement ex- | Jewish front was ftauntingly ap-
plaining the purposes and aims of parent.
the new law. The statement read: I The differences of opinion prior
"The Alien Registration Act of to the election were thrashed out
1940, which I have just signed, j in a debate participated in by Dr.
should be interpreted and admin- |Goldman, retiring president of the
istered as a program designed not organization; Dr. Stephen S. Wise,
only for the protection of the | Rabbi James G. Heller, Jacob
country but also for the protection Fishman, Ezra Shapiro of Cleve-
of the loyal aliens who are its land. Daniel Frisch of Indianap-
(Continued on Page 5) | ulis. Dr. Israel Goldstein, Rabbi
Barnett R. Bricker of Cleveland
and Louis Lipsky. The debate be-
gan when Simon Shetzer of De-
troit presented the report of the
committee on nominations naming
the Washington Jewish leader.
A counter proposal was present-
ed by Dr. Wise that a collegium
composed of seven leading Zion-
ists instead of one president be
named to dire, t the Zionist body.
It was urged by Dr. Wise and oth-
ers supporting the collegium that
in the existing world crisis, such
a body could more adequately cope
with tin- grave problems confront-
ing the movement than could one
man. Louis Lipsky, chief advo-
cate of the collegium plan was
the choice of many at the conven-
tion in the- event that the plan
for a "consolidated leadership"
was not accepted.
Mr. Lipsky. however, after a
conference with leaders of both
sides, anxious to preserve peace
in the Zionist household at this
tim, withdrew from the race. In
a statement announcing that his
London (WNS)Axis dictators
Adolf Hitler and Benitu Mussolini
have decided that, if they defeat
the British Empire, Palestine will
be ruled by Italy and the entire
group had released him" from Jewish population of Palestine
his candidacy, he pointed out that will be exiled to Abyssinia accord-
his previous acceptan e of the ing to the Manchester Guardian,
candidacy reflected no inclinations usually well informed British
Of his own for the post. His newspaper
championship of a Collegium too. The newspaper stated that the
he said did not date from the pros- jurisdiction of Palestine would be
ent controversy. He had thought turned over by tin- dictators to the
indeed that the "consolidated lead- Vatican State, permitting the Pope
ership" plan should go even furth- to protect thi- holy places in Pal-
er to embrace wider fields of estine. but the actual rule of the
Jewish leadership. He would have Holy Land will be in the hands of
liked to see the Zionist organiza- anti-Semitic Fascist Italy,
tion an all affiliated Zionist bod- The Italian press has been wag-
ies under such a plan so that com- ing a campaign for control of Pal-
bined organizations might profit estine. claiming that King Victor
from the united leadership. Emanuel was "the rightful pro-
With the withdrawal of Mr. Lip- tector of Islam.' It was reporte.l
sky's name, the election of Mr. here that 30 bishops, members of
Kaufmann immediately followed a clerical organization actively
and the new president of the Zion-j participating n Italy's -Battle of
ist Organization was ushered into j grain," has sent a message to Pre-
the convention with applause as mior Mussolini urging him to
the delegates sang the Hatikvah. crown the "unfailing victory of
Others chosen in the new ad- our army" by establishing the
ministration slate are: Honorary Italian flag over the Holy Sepul-
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GIVES FAREWELL RECEPTION
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Editor
SUCCUMBS
TO ILLNESS
Alexander Miller. Miami Beach,
succumbed Saturday in a Miami
Beach hospital after a brief all-
ness. A Lincoln Road merchant
ami World War Veteran, he was
native or Kovno, Russia and has
been a resident here for the past
thirty years. ll' was a membei
ui the American Legion, Jewish
Mrs. Zevin of 828 Pennsylvania
Bvenue gave a farewell party
Monday. June 24 in honor of Mrs.
1.. Marcus who i> leaving for New
York. Refreshments wore served
and a cultural program was en-
joyed. At the party one hundred
dollars was collected and l'orward-
od by Mrs. I. Shapoff, secretary
War Veterans ami tin1 Biscayne of tin Pioneer Women's Organisa-
tion of Greater Miami for Pales-
tine, to the Emergency Refugee
Fund
Lodge of Mahi Temple. The body
laid in State from Saturday till
noon Monday at the Miami Jewi.sh
Funeral Home. Service! were
conducted by the Jewish War Vet-
erans with Rabbis Jacob H, Kaplan
and Moses Mescheloff officiating,
ami interment followed in the
Jewish section of Graceland ceme-
tery. Ho is survived by the wid-
ow. Mrs. Ma Miller of Miami
each, two brothers, Nathan, of
Long Beach., Calif., and Samuel
Miller of Detroit and two sisters.
Mrs. Anna Cohen of Topah Lake,
X. V., and Mis. Pierre Gindler
of Kovno. Russia.
Active pallbearers were Harry
Lehman. Morris Plant, Max Gold-
enblank, Ado!, h Wortheimer, Mor-
ns Rubin, Isidor Rubin, M. B.
Frank and Sam Tritt. Honorary
pallbearers were Morris Goldboss,
Bert Coleman, Arthur Friedman.
Louis Zeientz, M. and P. Schein-
berg, M. 0. Fullman, A. G. Hark-
ness. Dan Cromer, 1'. (I. Blank,
Jack Davis, Gordon Davis. Abo
Aronovitz and Isidore Aronovitz.

LEAVE
BY BOAT
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitl
left Tuesday on the S.S. Shawnee
for New York City where they
will remain for several months.
LEAVE FOR
VACATION
Mr. and Mrs Irving Querido
will leave Saturday for a three
week's vacation during which they
will visit in New York anil in the
West.

MIAMI BEACH
RESIDENT DIES
Mrs. Anna London. 90, died Sat-
urday in a Miami Beach hospital.
Services were conducted with
Kabbi Moses Mescheloff of Beth
Jacob Congregation officiating.
Mrs. London has been a resident
here for the past ten years, com-
ing from Detroit. She is sur-
vived by five sons, Benjamin of
Miami; .lack. William. Samuel
and Julius, and two brothers
Max and Israel Ix'ibevnum, all of
Detroit.

CELEBRATES
BIRTHDAY
Douglas Barren, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hairy Schwartz, celebrated
his first birthday July -1th with
a party at his home. 1802 S. W.
17th Street.
GOING^OURWA/?
The Modern
Diesel-electric
Way
NEW, FASTER SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman
will tender a reception in honor of
their recently married sun an 1
daughter-in-law, Mr. ami Mrs.
Milton A. Friedman, Sunday eve-
ning. July 7th from S to 10
o'clock at Both David Talmud To-
rah. All friends are cordially in-
vited.

RETURN
FROM NORTH
Dr. and Mrs. Milton Saslaw re-
turned to the city from New York.
While there Dr. Saslaw attended
the American Medical Convention
and American Heart Convention in
New York City.

LEAVES FOR
CALIFORNIA
Miss Rosalind Friedman, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Friedman, will leave Saturday for
California to visit friends and
relatives and to see the San Fran-
cisco Fxposition. Enroute she will
visit in Birmingham. New Or-
leans, and also see the Grand
Canyon and Yellowstone lark.
Later she will spend some time in
Chicago and New York. Before
returning home she will attend
the A. Z. A. convention affairs in
Asheville, N. C, the latter part of
August and visit in Savannah.
She will return to Miami in Sep-
tember.

ANNOUNCE
ENGAGEMENT
Mr. ami Mrs. Morris Jacobs an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Evelyn, to Philip Wiener,
son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Wiener of
this city. Miss Jacobs is a grad-
uate of West Palm Beach High
School and attended New York
University. The wedding will take
place Sunday. August 25th at the
Y. M. 11. A. Miss Jacobs is a
of Herman W'aitstnan. vice-
president of the Y. M. H. A.

TO LEAVE FOR
HENDERSONVILLE
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
accompanied by their children
Judy and Kenneth will leave for
Hendersonville. N. (.'.. where they
will remain for several months.
Mr. Myers will return to the city
afti r a short stay there

TO ATTEND
CONVENTION
Sherman Tobin. Marvin Goldman.
and Stanley Rattier, members of
the local A. Z. A. Chapter, left
for Cleveland to attend the Camp
Convention. AftOT the convention
they will attend the World's Fair
in New York.
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1 A. /.. A.
ELECTS
Irving Ginsburg was unanimous-
ly elected president of the Miami
A. /.. A. for the third consecu-
tive time at the Chapter's n -:
lar meeting. Tuesday night at the
V. m. H. A. Other officers in-
clude: Vice President, Bernie Ser-
kinj secretary. Fred Grossbergj
treasurer. Norman Somberg; >er-
guant-at-arms, Melvin Shaffer;
assistant sergeant-at-arms, Her-
bert Ornstein; religious head.
Murry Miller; publicity, Stanley
Scher.
The preceding week a water-
melon cut was held at Miami
Beach for A. Z. A. members and
their dates. Brothers from Flint.
Mich.; Asheville. N. C; St. Pet-
ersburg, Fla.J Atlanta, Cm.; and
Miami Beach attended as guests
of the Miami Chapter.
At the next regular meeting of
A. Z. A. an open forum will be
held, the subject "Should the
United States enter the War on
tlie Side of the Allies." All in-
terested are invited.
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GARDEN SCENE
OF RECEPTION
Welcoming hundreds of friends
last Sunday afternoon in the Gar-
dens of the BlaCKStOne Hotel, and
receiving congratulations, were
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cromer. Mr.
K. Albert I'allot and his fiancee.
Miss Doris Cromer, Mrs. Harry
Schulman, and Mrs. Milton Klein.
The event was a reception ten-
dered by Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Cromer in honor of the engage-
ment of their daughter. Doris, to
E. Albeit Pallot
The Gardens were beautifully
decorated, and refreshments were
served from long tables presided
over by friends an members of
the families.

LEAVE FOR
MOUNTAINS
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Damn left
last week for a two months stay
in Hendersonville. N. C.
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SPONSOR
BOAT RIDE
T'i.' Anna Miller Circle
sponsoring a boat ride 8
Ya. hi Biscayne Wednesdaj
ing Pier 7, at s :",(> p. m. |
benefit of the Harry and
Mi.Ui ( rippled Children's
pital in Umatilla, Florida. Mrs.
Sam Ehrlich, chairman, i-
assisted by Meadanu -
Koinordlinger, Caroline Hut
GllSSie W ilson. Novelty
will he featured.

LEAVE FOR
HOT SPRINGS
Mr. and Mrs Victor F-
land children left for Hot Springs,
Arkansas, where they will remain
for a month, following which they
will leave for New York, return-
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FRIDAY. JULY 5, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREK
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1 CONGREGATION
nrMiAnoTOwTo"1KEY WEST NOTES
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l BETH DAVID
i ..Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
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MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
Rabbi's Residence:
919 South West 13th Court
Phone 3-5192
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAI SMAPlMU, HaOOl
498 S. W. 18th Road
Office Phone 2-'473
Home Phone 2 2176
FERMANENT CALENDAR
Daily services at 7 a. m. and
day evening at 5t80 o'clock.
Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30
a. ni.
[.ate Friday evening services.
Friday eveping 8:16.
Junior services, Saturday 10:30
.
Hebrew School, 3:15 to 8:15
lay School, Sunday 10:00
.
Mitzvah Group, Sunday at
a. in.
ilt History Group, Sunday
a. in.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
lay of month.
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SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: s a. m., and 5:45
p. 111.
Friday evening services, 5:30
p. ni.
Shahl.es: 9:60 a. ni.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. m.
Shalush Slides: .">: 15 p. in.
B'N'ai Ziun Congregation
L. Lehrer, Rabbi; Joe Perlman,
president of Congregation.
Hebrew Sunday School 11 a. m.
and every day in week except Fri-
day, at 4 p. m.
Regular services every Friday
evening at s o'clock, and Saturday
morning at 7 ..'clock,
Friday night, June 28th, Jack
Appel and Milton Appel conducted
the services iii both Hebrew and
English. This week Donald Pearl-
Visiting Key West is Shiela
man will conduct the services.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
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itemple israel!

Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Raobi I
625 Michigan Avenue
Phone 5-1323
MAURICE MAMCHES. Ca
Phone 5-2013
945 Euclid Avenue
in'.or I I |
f 94!> tuciid Avenue I J
Appreciation
Mrs. J. Engler and has commit-
tee express their personal thanks
to the many members and friends
for their ...operation by coming to
ear picnic last Sunday at Ilardic's
Casino to purchase the delicious
made foods.
Mother and Daughter Luncheon
Mans for the Mother and
Daughter luncheon of the Beth
David Sisterhood have been eom-
ted for Wednesday. July 10th
12:80 at the Beth David Talmud
.rah. A home made luncheon
will be served and in addition a
did program has been ar-
range for the afternoon. There
be a nominal charge of fifty
for adults and twenty-five
for children. A real pleas-
ant afternoon is promised so do
not fail US. Mrs. Samuel Khrlich
being assisted by Mcsdamcs
Isidor Cohen, Ben Kandel, Harry
Mandell, Louis Margulies, Jean
Seitlin. Isidor Siegel, Hyman
S lOtin. The ladies will just sit
lack and will be served by the
boys who will also entertain us.
At the Mother's and Daughter's
luncheon the boys serving end en-
t. laming will be Herby Tiscber.
Synagogue Dedication
Great intl rest is manifested ill
the forthcoming dedication cere-
monies of our new Synagogue
which has been definitely sched-
uled for Sunday, September 22.
In this connection we are pleased
to record with grateful thanks the
action of the board of directors of
the Beth David Congregation who
voted to pur. base and donate a
beautiful chandelier to our new
synagogue. It i- to b. hoped that
this splendid gesture will be emu-
lated by other Jewish organiza-
and individuals.
Ladies Au\iiiar>
The first function of the new
ministration is a theatre parly ar-
ranged for Saturday and Sunday
nights. July 6-7 at the Temple
Theatre. We urge the many friends
Of our congregation to help the
Auxiliary in this their newest ven-
ture. Tickets may be obtained
by phoning Mrs. Chertkof at
5-4819 or Mrs. Mell at 3-1495.
Bar Mitzvah
The Bar Mitzvah of Ronald T.
Mann will be held this coming
Sabbath. In order to enable Ron-
nie's great grandmother to attend
this happy occasion, the celebra-
tion will be held in New York. We
take this means of congratulating
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Alvin Schwartz, I-ouis Fine and
Harold Shapiro.
Elect President
At the annual election of the
Belli David Congregation last
Thursday evening. Mr. Sid Palmer
was unanimously elected presi-
dent of th- Congregation! Mr.
Louis Gordon, vice president; Mr.
'Louis Weinkle. treasurer. and
Milton Friedman, secretary. Serv-
ing with them on the board are
Messrs. Ia-o Ackerinan, Jack Aug-
' Stanley C. Myers, M. J. Kopelo-
ust, Abe Kaplan. Abe Kroiunfold
with. S. M. Miller, and Jack S.
Ballot.
Dayman of Miami Beach, Fla.
She is here on a short vacation.
Milt.in Appel will leave shortly
for a vacation in Cuba.
Mrs. Lazarus Lehrer is now va-
cationing in New York City.
the Bar Mitzvah boy and his par-
ents and wish them Ma/. 1. Brocho
and Hatzlocho. Many Miami
friends of the family will attend
the affair, including Rabbi and
Mrs. Kellner and Mr. and Mr-.
Philip Berkowitz.
To Officiate
At the Sabbath Bosh Chodesh
Services this coming Saturday
Rabbi Abraham Gluck will offi-
ciate and will preach a Yiddish
sermon in the afternoon preceding
the Mincha Services.
Thank You
The Congregation wishes to
thank Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schocn-
berg for their generous donation
of Sidurim to the Synagogue.
Nichum Ovelim
We chronicle with profound re-
grets the passing of the late Mr.
Joseph Leopold Kaufman Olov
Hasholom and beg to extend to
his dear ..nes the Congregation's
deepest sympathy.
We mourn with Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Serkin over the untime-
ly loss of their daughter Jeanette
Oleho Hosholom and pray that
they may be comforted amidst
the mourners of Lion and Jerusa-
lem.
Synagogue Services
Slue hriss: Daily at S:00 a. m.;
Saturday al 8:30 a. m.
Mincha: Daily at 0:45 p m.;
Saturday at 6:30 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at
6:45 p. in. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on "The Portion of the {
Week." ,
Maariv: Daily at 7:30 p. m.;
Saturday at 7:45 p. m.
Bar Mitzvah
The parents of Spencer Pern the congregation.'Hillel.
invite their friends to attend lb" ----------
Bar Mitzvah ceremony of their | Sabbath Eve Scr\ ices
son to be held this Saturday j Friday afternoon, July 5th. at
morning at our synagogue Spen- 8:15 o'clock, the late services will
cer will read the special Haftorah be conducted by Dr. Jacob 11. Kap-
an.l deliver an address. Our Rabbi Ian-
will instruct the Bar Mitzvah boy. Sisterhood
Refreshments will be served a;"- All ladies are urged to attend
ter the services. on Monday mornings a: 9:30
Holy Day Preparations ..'.lock in Kaplan Hall of Ten
A special meeting of the mem- Israel to participate in the Bewing
137 N E. 19th St eet
| Office Phone 2-7745 I
JRABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. |
6996 Indi.in Creek Drive6.1265
Miami Beach
| RABBI COLMA.NJ A. ZWITMAN I
530 N. E. 31st St.2.9548
Minmi I
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Congregational
Do not withdraw thyself from
bers of the gation was held
last Sunday night to make final
preparations for the coming High
Holy Days. Services will be held
in both our synagogue buildings.
Seats will bo very reasonably
priced in the Talmud Torah build-
ing.
project for the Red Cross.
In Memoriam
".May the Father of Peace
send peace to all <>ho mourn
and comfort the beeaved
among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning the memory of the following
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Engaged to assist our cantor in will be hallowed: Fannie Wol-
tbe services were Messrs. Golden, kowsky. mother of Mr. Herman
Shapiro. Guttman and Cantor N. Wall; Lewis Herstein. father of
WrOObel. Rabbi Mescheloff will Mrs. Morris Plant and Mis. Ixniis
preach in both synagogues. A Zeientz.
committee was app >inted to se- j_____
lect a choir for the new s.. na-
gogue.
Nichum A- "dm
Our deepest COI ences are ex-
tended to th(. b< .ed family and
friends of the h rs. 11. London,
mother ..f Mr il London, who
passed away 1 t Friday evening.
A brief s ..- was conducted
at tin- Rivers le Memorial Chapel
by Rabbi lUscheloff before the
body was III to Detroit for in-
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PHONE 5-7808
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May 'the All-Merciful console j oAUoACtIL CU.
the mourners in their grief.
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VOLUME 13No. 27
OBLIGATIONS
"Americanism" is a much maligned word and has taken a con-
siderable beating in its comparatively short span of life.
Since the early 20's it has hit an all time high and a record low-
in its meaning to the American citizen. "Americanism" is due for a
break and the best possible break would be a suitable definition.
The B'nai B'rith of Pittsburgh adopted a resolution urging that a
definition of "Americanism" be included in the ritual of all the lodges
of the organization. The suggested definition declared it to be "an
unfailing love of country; loyalty to its institutions and ideals; eager-
ness to defend it against all enemies; undivided allegiance to the flag
and a desire to secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our pos-
terity."
"Americanism" is a continuing process and as such defies a static
definition. Communism. Fascism, and Nazism on the other hand can
be labelled for ready reference. B'nai B'rith scored heavily in the
right direction when it defined Americanism as a "desire."
Sholem Lodge scored heavily in the right direction when it real-
ized that it also has obligationsthat of sharing the burden of worth-
while Community projects. Sholem Lodge became the leading group
in both its recent civic endeavors, raising more than any other indi-
vidual organization for the South Florida Crippled Children's Hos-
pital and the Red Cross Refugee Fund.
Let's accept our American ideals as worthy of our loyalty, our
love, and our allegiance, and at the same time let's admit that the
work is by no means done, that we have a duty of assuming our share
of the burden in civic affairs and by mj doing assure ourselves of never
having to be accused of shirking.
I
vice president iliary, who cooperated so well; to
Sol Goldstrom, Matty Bandler,
Rudy Adlor, A. Louis Mechlowitz,
Al Berkeley, and many others for
their ticket sales.
B'nai B'rith is also indebted to
the Civic League of Miami Beach,
the Jewish War Veterans. Wom-
en's Division of the American
Jewish Congress, and many other
organizations who participated
with us in this drive and who gave
their wholehearted cooperation.
Many thanks to Burnett Roth
| as acting secretary of the Red
Cross committee; to Benjamin Le-
' Vine for taking charge of the door
at the Civic Center; to Doris Cro-
ception and today we can speak in mer. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs.
terms of results, for I can re- James I B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
by Harold Turk
$2,253.19 NET
It was on a Sunday morning
about four weeks ago at an of-
ficers meeting that Brother Abe
Aronovitz recommended that B'nai
B'rith sponsor a monstrous affair
in order to help raise money to-
wards the Red Cross Refugee
Fund. That was the original con-
port officially that the amount
raised through the efforts of B'nai
B'rith is $2253.19 net.
Congratulations to Abe Arono-
vitz who acted as chairman of the
committee in charge. Brother
Aronovitz and his committee-, to-
gether with the army of workers
who responded so well to the
ause. have done a splendid job.
>Ve recognized our civic duty and
esponded and the result speaks
:or itself. Incidentally this is the
largest sum raised by any organi-
zation in Greater Miami for the
benefit of the Red Cross.
In addition to the Trojan work
done by Abe Aronovitz, our very
active vice president, special
thanks should be given to Broth-
er Al Pallot, as chairman of the
entertainment committee; to Jim-
my Leonard, in charge of special
arrangements; Sidney Segall, spe-
cial gifts; Miss Jennie Rotfort.
Harold Turk, Mrs, Harry Boyell,
Ethel Mand, Miss Maxine Daly
and scores of others whose names
now escape me, for their coopera-
tion at the affair.
Thanks to Doris Kovner for her
enthusiasm and willingness to sell
tickets in the ticket booth at the
Civic Center. No doubt the fact
that she sold so many tickets can
at least in part be attributed to
her charm and loveliness.
The skit conceived and written
by Jimmy Leonard, which had its
world premiere at the Patriotic
Rally was so well received and
acclaimed by all, that Station
WKAT requested that it be broad-
cast over their station last Satur-
day night. The cast consisted of
Jimmy Leonard, Harold Turk, Lou
Heiman, Marx Feinberg and A.
Louis Mechlowitz ... I understand
| Brother Marx Feinberg has re- which will be given.
ceived an offer from a network
as a result of his acting perform-
ance especially for the way
he recited Lincoln's Gettysburg
Address..
*
Our next regular meeting will
be held next Tuesday night, July
9th at 8 o'clock at the Y. M. H.
A. The Ladies Auxiliary will meet
the same night, the same place
and same time. The business of
the ladies will be the ratification
of the constitution of the Women's
Grand Lodge of the Fifth Dis-
trict. All members are urged to
attend this important meeting.

Brother Al Berkeley, chairman
of the entertainment committee.
has arranged a beach party to be
held some time during the latter
part of July. The exact date will
be published next week.
The beach party will be held at
one of the Miami Beach ocean
pools. There will be swimming,
entertainment and refreshments.
Refreshments will include hot
dogs, watermelon, peanuts and all
the other circus foods.
This is an annual B'nai B'rith
affair and is looked forward to
by members of our Lodge ... so
get those bathing suits out of the
camphor balls and be prepared.

Sholem Lodge and Miami will
be hosts to the State Federation
Convention of B'nai B'rith Lodges
over the Labor Day week-end.
There are a number of Lodges in
the State of Florida and each
Lodge expects to have a large del-
egation in attendance. No doubt
the beauty and attractiveness of
Miami will make this year's con-
vention the biggest and best one
ever held.
Brother Al Pallot. our past
president, has been chosen as
chairman of the convention. This
is an excellent choice since Broth-
er Pallot has attended many con-
ventions and knows the require-
ments' and details which help
make a convention successful.
Our Lodge is well represented
among the officers of the State
Federation, to-wit: Etry Stone.
second vice president; Harry Sim-
onhoff. state chairman of state
Student I'nion committee; Abe
Aronovitz. state chairman of
State A. D. L. committee; Milton
A. Friedman, state chairman of
state A. Z. A. committee.
Barney Cohen, of Tampa, is the
president of the State Federation
of B'nai B'rith Lodges.

Did you have your fortune told
by Miss Irene Krajeski, the Polish
Refugee who donated her services
for the entire evning at the Hu-
manity Ball? Her readings were
most interesting.
Thanks to WKAT for the op-
portunity to announce the Human-
ity Ball and for permitting us to
make an appeal to the citizenry of
Greater Miami to attend, and also
the Rabbinical Association for al-
lowing us a portion of their Jew-
ish Hour on last Sunday afternoon
to publicize the Humanity Ball,
in permitting Brother A. Ix>uis
Mechlowitz to talk about the af-
fair.

The Miami Rabbinical Associa-
tion has a half-hour radio program
over Station WIOD each Sunday
afternoon from 3 to 3:30 o'clock.
In recognition of the services ren-
dered by B'nai B'rith to the com-
munity, the Rabbinical Association
has graciously offered their time
on Sunday, July 14th, 1940, to our
Lodge for the presentation of such
program as we desire.
We have in our midst several
professionals, due to the fact that
they have been on the air once.
Listen in Sunday afternoon,
July 14, at 3 p. m. and let us have
your comments on the program
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(by phutxai j. Bntow)
THE FRENCH FRONT
It isn't because the French are preparing for the day when they
will want a scapegoat for their present troubles that they picked Gen-
eral Hunt/inger, an Alsatian Jew, to sign the armistice with Hitler,
is it? ... Did you know that Senator 'Marcel Berenger. who initiated
for peace with Hitler, used to be the head of the Cagoulards, the
French equivalent of the Ku Klux Klan, and a couple of years ago re-
ceived a si\-month jail sentence on charges of complicity in the bomb-
ings that took place in Paris at that time? But we're sure you're not
surprised to know that themost intransigent member of the Reynaud
Cabinet, which resigned in a body rather than make peace with Hitler,
was Georges Mandel. its only Jewish member Pierre van Paassen
reminds us that Pierre Laval's Ia' Jour, at the time of Leon Blum's as-
sumption of the French premiership, carried a streamer proclaiming
"Rather Hitler than Blum" Laval, you'll remember, is the vice pre-
mier in the Petain Cabinet, and personally negotiated France's armis-
tice with Mussolini .
WAR ECHOES
Jews should have special sympathy with the Frenchmen who fled
Paris ... On the way they ran out of baking powder, and had to bake
their bread without it. just as the ancient Israelites had to do on their
trek out Of Egypt All honor to Werner Krauss for refusing the
Nazi command to give a most odious interpretation of .lew Suessthe
central figure in Lion Feiu-htwanger's "Power," and a historical char-
acte to bootand preferring to suffer the consequences of official Nazi
ire ... In case you didn't know it. until this recent incident Krauss was
one of Germany's most popular actors Did you see Carl Zuckmayci's
article, entitled "No Summer in Austria," in Harper's Magazine7 .
If there's anything you didn't know about Nazi tactics in conquered
lands, you'll learn it there What is the big idea of changing the title
of "I Married a Nazi." a new film now in production, to "The Man I
Married?,' Doesn't Hollywood know yet that the European market
is closed to its output, and that the only thing the movies can do is to
turn out films the American public will like well enough to keep the
scrceen industry out of the red? An interesting book in search of a
publisher has just been completed by William Dodd, Jr. ... lit is based
on the diary kept in Berlin by his father, the late ambassador there .
If your local Bundists announce a speech by a Dr. Webster, don't he
misled by the Anglo-Saxon-sounding moniker It's just an alias of
Dr. Gerhart Westrick, who recently came to this country "on business"
. Funniest item of the week is the rtport of the celebration of the |
French tragedy by a group of Chicago sympathizers The center-
piece on the banquet table was an umbrella .
JEWISH NEWS
In the air raid shelter of London's Dorchester House the New
York Post's Helen Kirkpatrick a couple of weeks ago discovered none
other than Dr. Chaim Weizmann While Nazi planes flew over
Britain's capital the Zionist leader calmly read Isaiah from the Hc-
bew Bible. Miss Kirkpatrick recorded Among the problems the
Hebrew I'niversity at Jerusalem has to meet these days is that of pro-
viding support for about 300 students who used to be maintained by re-
mittances from their families in Europe, but whose source of income
has now been cut off by the war .Benedict Magnes. son of the Chan-
cellor of the Hebrew University, and i charge of the information booth
at the Palestine Pavilion at the World's Fair, reports that one
Southern mammy came up to him w^th a most puzzled expression on
her face and asked: "Ain't this the Jewish Pavilion?" And when he
assured her it waN. she countered: "Then what", all this Chinese writ-
ing doing here?" ... In case you're interested. Judge Jonah J. Gold-
stein has suggested that at the close of the present season the Fair
Grounds should be converted into a vocational training center for
American youth Somebody else, we forget who. recommends that
the exposition grounds be used to house refugees who find asylum in
this country letters from all parts of the country to the American
Jewish Press Club which held its second meeting at the Hotel New
Yorker last week indicate the widespread interest aroused by the for-
mation of the group Temporary officers were elected and a platform
set up Arthur Weyne. father of the idea, was unanimously elected
president .
TRUE STORY
The New Yorker reports that over in Brooklyn a German cook
named Rosi worked for a Jewish family named David for twenty years,
and in all that time collected practically none of her salary, leaving it
with Mr. Davi to hold for her Not long ago Rosi asked her h -
for the money coining to her, which amounted to 14,000 smackers .
When Mr. David asked her what she was going to do with all that
money she explained that she was going to hand it over to the Bund as '
her contribution to the Nazi war chest in Germany "And don't you
believe all these lies you read in the papers about Hitler persecuting
th .lews," she added "Why would he be so stupid?" Nothing
Mr. David could say could change her mind She insisted that the
Bund had assured her that German Jews were leading the life of Rcilly
... So her fourteen grand are now on their way to Hitlerand Rosi,
if you want to know is looking for a new job .
BOW TO AFBAU
So disrupted has the European mail situation become becaase of
censorial carelessness in restoring correspondence to its proper envel-
opes that the Aufbau, New York's refugee weekly, has had to institut a
special column carrying notices that give details of letters received by
people for whom they were never meant ... By reading this column
retugees otten tind that letters long awaited by Mr. Cohen in the
Bronx were received by Mr. Uvy in Brooklyn, while Mr. Uvy's cor-
Cuntinued on Pave -,
/
L.
V.


FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
4
KAUFMAN CHOSEN
Z. 0. A. PRESIDENT
t
(Continued from Page 1)
rice presidents, Professor Harry
Prii lenwald and Judge Julian W.
Mack; vice presidents, Dr. Solo-
mon Goldman, Dr. Israel Gold-
stein. Louis Lipsky, Judge Morris
Rothenberg, Dr. Abba Hillel sil-
vii. Robert Szold and Dr. Stephen
> Wise; chairman of the adminis-
trative council. Judge Louis E.
thai.
-landing among the meas-
::. adopted at the Monday ses-
f the convention was a war
:.,> program '""' Palestine,
nost among the planks of
this program was the provision
for the immigration into Pales-
tine during the period between ;
ow and September 80, 1940 of
i.000 refugees from European
fends by way Of an overland route
through Turkey and Syria, which
,,. established as a new channel
if ei try into Palestine following
the closing of the Mediterranean
to normal shipping. These refu-
gees would enter in accordance
with the British government's pro-
vision for the immigration of 9,-
Jews in the six months ending
Septi ibe* 30, 1940.
Idition to the normal pro-
gram i f rebuilding and cbloniza-
maintained through funds
raised by American Jewry in be-
half ol the United Palestine Ap-
I, the emergency program in-
rludes the following major activi-
ties: ill Children's evacuation
camps and special medical care;
(2) Overland transport facilities
ami other vital security precau-
tions; |3) Extraordinary relief of
nnem] toyed- including workers in
Tel Aviv and Haifa ports and
thci classes affected by economic
dislocations resulting from the
war: (41 Establishment of pub-
lic works projects for the creation
f increased employment oppor-
tunities; B) Absorption and train-
ing of refugees including the 5,-
(H"i new arrivals prepared for in
the p iriod ending next September;
I Loans to small manufacturers
ind tradesmen.
Included in this program are
provisions for facilitation of com-
mercial credits for agricultural
settlements established since 1986
to provide for irrigation systems
and other aids. Reclamation of
land, drainage and the building of
roads, urban development would
also receive special support
through this emergency program
for strengthening the economic
and defense structure of the Jew-
ish community in Palestine.
Th;- program would be carried
ut through the Palestine Foun-
dation Fund and the Jewish Na-
tional Fund which are combined in
the United Palestine Appeal.
Five hundred thousand Jews in
Palestine are ready to fight to-
day as they fought against the in-
vader 2.000 years ago. Dr. Israel
Goldstein, president of the Jewish
National Fund told the conven-
tion. 'The Zionists point with
Btfde to Palestine today as one
f tie few remaining battlefronta
f democracy in the old world.
"Thus far it has escaped the fate
which has overcome Czechoslo-
vakia. Norway. Holland, Belgium
and France. If. however, it will
be menaced by the Axis powers,
500.000 Jews in Palestine will be
found ready to defend their his-
toric soil. It will be the first time
since Bar Cochba twenty centuries
back, that they will be in position
to exercise that elementary right."
Dr. Goldstein reported that
American sources were responsi-
ble for three fourths of the funds
for the acquisition of land for
farm settlements of Jews in Pales-
tine. "It is significant that in the
face of the threat to Palestine, the
BETH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL
open every week in the year and
Sunday Sessions begin Sunday
morning October 20, 1940, end-
ing Sunday morning, May 25th,
I'.ill.
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 at
the home of Mrs. C. H. Adler.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTER-
NOONY. W. H. A. Sewing
(lasses benefit Red Cross at
V Clubrooms,
SECOND AND FOURTH TUES-
DAYS of each month, regular
meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nai
B'rith.
JULY
.
SAM BEBER
Ri -elected president of the Su-
preme Advisory Council A. Z. A.,
Junior Order of the B'nai B'rith.
Civic League
Holds Meeting
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
office 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 dates as
early as possible.
The Jewish Floridian, 21
S. W. 2nd Ave., Phone
2-1141, which conducts the
bureau for all organizations,
is ready to serve any time in
the matter of clearing dates.
The
Beach
Civic League of Miami
held the first meeting of i
the new administration last week
at the Carrousel with Dr. Leonard
Finn, newly elected president, as
chairman.
Several committees were ap-
pointed and a complete list will
appear in these columns next
week.
6Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Theatre Party.
7Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Theatre Party.
7Y. M. II. A. Radio Program
WIOD.
10Beth David Sisterhood Moth-
er and Daughter Luncheon.
Beth David Talmud Torah, 12
o'clock
10Anna Miller Circle Boat Ride
aboard Yacht Biscayne at 8:30
p. m.
15Junior Division Y. M. H. A.
Skating Party Venetian Rink. 4__Workmen's Circle
17Men's Club of Temple Israel Date announced.
Card Party. ,18Workmen's Circle
ior Division. Tides Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach.
28Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami Card Party.
AUGUST
Affair-
Affair
ing every Monday night start-
in); this date.
22Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation Synagogue Dedica-
tion.
25National Council of Jewish
Women Miami Section open-
ing Fall Meeting. Board
Meeting 10 a. m. followed by
luncheon and general meet-
ing.
OCTOBER
5Miami Beach Mizrachi. Men
and Women's Divisions, Open-
ing Meeting.
20Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Succoth Party.
27Beth Jacob Religious School
Induction Exercises.
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.
10Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Cafeteria Supper.
26Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Membership Tea.
27National Council of Jewish
Women Miami Section Board
Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
DECEMBER
4National
Affair
p. m.
21Workmen's Circle
Date announced.
22lunior Division Y. M. H. A.
Watermelon Party.
23Workmen's Circle Boat Ride.
28Joint Installation of the Y. M.
H. A.. V. W. II. A. and Y. Jun-
Council of Jewish
Women General Meeting 2
p. m.
Miami Beach Habonoth Chan-
ukah Entertainment.
28Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
SEPTEMBER ish Orthodox Congregation
15Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew- 2S Beth Jacob Religious School
ish Orthodox Congregation Chanukah Affair.
Ev.ning of Games. | 29Miami Beach Mizrachi Latkeh.
Miami Beach Habonoth Meet Party. __________
21Y. W. H. A. Family Supper I Date announced.
and Card Party at Y, 7:30 ,20I-adies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Boat Ride.
ROOSEVELT SIGNS
ALIEN BILL
JEWS TRAPPED IN CLASH
(Continued from Page 1)
guests. The registration an iden-
tification of approximately three
and a half million aliens who are
now within our borders does not
carry with it any stigma or impli-
cation of hostility towards those
who. while they may not be citi-
zens, are loyal to this country and
its institutions.
"Most of the aliens in this coun-
try are people who came here be-
cause they believed and had faith
in the principles of American de-
mocracy, and they are entitled to
and must receive full protection of
the law. It is of the utmost im-
portance to this country that the
program of alien control shall be
carried out with a high sense of
responsibility. It would be un-
fortunate if, in the course of this
regulative program, any loyal
aliens were subjected to harass-
ment.
"I ask that citizens and non-
citizens alike cooperate with a
full sense of the responsibilities
involved so that we may accom-
plish this task of registration
smoothly, quickly and in a friend-
ly manner, our aim being to pre-
serve and build up the loyalty and
confidence of those aliens within
our borders who desire to be faith-
ful to its principles.
"With these aliens who are dis-
loyal and are bent on harm to this
country, the government, through
its law enforcement agencies, can
and will deal vigorously."
(Continued from Page 1)
wounded. An indication of the
extent of the pogroms was fur-
nished by DNB, official Nazi news
agency, which reported that COO
Jews were killed when the Ruman-
ian Army put down "armed Jew-
ish uprisings" in Galati.
Anti-Semitic agitation, appar-
ently with government approval,
has been rising throughout Ru-
mania. Manifestos attacking Great
Britain and the Jews have been
distributed widely. One manifesto
read:
"The British. our so-called
friends, have rejoiced over our
misfortune. They want war in
the Balkans in order to protect
themselves from war for a while.
Down with England. Down with
the Jews."
Rumanian newspapers published
Italian accounts of the Russian
occupation. The Italian version
of the occupation claimed that the
"Jews demonstrated against the
Rumanian soldiers" and threw
into a train and returned to Ga-
lati. escorted by Rumanian troops.
The Nazi radio reported that
the crowd "had fought" Ruman-
ian soldiers but "was subdued"
and loaded onto the train. Arriving
in Galati, the report charged, one
man shot a Rumanian soldier and
the whole group fled. Rumanian
soldiers then encircled part of the
town, this report stated, and shot
the fugitives with machine guns.
The plight of Jews in Rumania
is pitiful. Approximately 225,000
Jews had been deprived of all their
civil and legal rights by the Cit-
izenship Revision Law of 1938.
Only two days before the Russian
occupation, a decree was issued
rly of Berlin; Dr. Abraham
Heschel. formerly of Frankfort on
Main; Dr. Isaiah Sonne, formerly
of Florence. Italy; and Dr. Frans
Rosenthal, who came from Up-
sula, Sweden, are the newcomers.
Dr. Guttman who had been
teaching Talmud at the Lehren-
stalt des Judentums in Berlin,
reached Cincinnati with his wife
and child. He is the son of Mich-
ael Guttman. outstanding Talmud*
ist and Rector of the Rabbinical
Seminary in Budapest.
Dr. Heschel. a specialist in Bi-
ble and Philosophy, came from
Frankfort where he has been con-
nected with the Jewish Theolog-
excluding all Jews f.-om the new-, geini Dr. Sonm, who
ly-organized Party of the NaUon > '.^^ Ualy, WM ,r.
organized along Fascist lines with at tho
members of the formerly ouUawed merly no ^ ^ ^
liuard playing a dominant
Iron Guard playing
role in the party.
WORLD WIDE
JEWISH NEWS
Cincinnati iWN'SI Four more
outstanding scholars from abroad
have been appointed to the Jewish
Exile of Hebrew Union
st.nies at them. It concluded by i College in
there is a general feeling | College in Cincinnati, it was an-
nounced here.
Dr. Alexander Guttman, form-
r&! &;,
CfflPPLEOflppiS
Jewish National Fund is contin-
uing to buy land every day. Wo
are a people of long memories and
long hopes, discounting the imme-
diate present and counting most
on the long range fulfillment df
our indefensible and indefeasible
aspirations." .
saying
Of contempt for the Jews in the
whole country."
Faced with increased anti-Sem-
itism, the lews of Rumania are
fleeing to the areas occupied by
Soviet troops. IScssarabia has a
Jewish population of about 370,-
000. while approximately 50,000
Jews live in northern Bukovina.
A communique from Rumania
stated that thousands of Jews are
leaving their homes in an attempt
to get into Soviet-occupied Ru-
mania. One report said that more
than 7000 Jews had crossed the
Ungheni bridge into Soviet areas
in one day alone.
Thousands of Jews made their
way to Reni, which is in the ex-
treme southwest corner of Bess-
arabia. It is not clear, however,
at this writing, whether it will
remain in Rumanian hands.
Describing the massacre of
Jews in Galati, the Nazi radio
stated that 2,000 persons, mostly
Jews from Galati and Bucharest
en route to Bessarabia- were piled
and of Rhodes.
Dr. Rosenthal, who lectured at
the University of Upsula during
his temporary residence in Swed-
en, is a prominent young Jewish
scholar. In 1938 he was awarded
the Lidzwarski price which is giv-
en once every four years by the
International Congress on Orien-
talists for the best study by a
Semitic scholar on a subject for-
mulate,! by the Congress. The
prize money. $500, was appropriat-
ed by the German government.

TEMPLE OF RELIGIONNEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR



PAG1 SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JULY 5. 1910

BETH DAVID
ELECTS OFFICERS
At the administrative board
meeting of Beth David Congrega-
tion, held Thursday night, Sidney
H. Palmer, former president of
the congregation, was elected
again to serve as president for the
ensuing year.
Louis Gordon was elected vice
president; Louis Weinkle, treasur-
er, and Milton Friedman, secre-
tary.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, who has
been leading the Congregation for
the past several years, was again
elected to serve as Rabbi.
Those serving on the adminis-
trative board, besides the above
elected officers, are: Stanley (".
Myers, J. Kopelowitz, A. Kronen-
Lld. S. B. Miller, L. Ackerman, J.
S. Pallet, Jack August and A.
Kaplan.
Mr. Palmer, who has been op-
erating a shoe store in Miami for
the past fifteen years, has been | Mr and Mrs. M Manassa. dare-
prominently identified with many more Drive, have departed for the
civic- social and fraternal organi- North to spend the summer
zations in Miami. He is past m0nths.
president of the Miami Independ- j _______
Mrs. (ail N. Herman is includ-
ed among the City Committee
leaders chosen to raise War Relief
Funds.
Facsimile "I' Receipt Given t<> Sholem Lodge, B'nai 1$
in to tin1
nili when proceeds of fhi
|{i'il Cross
uinaility I'm 11 were turneii
PflLfTl BfHCH 1MB
CHILD GUIDANCE
by
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
(The writer win be glad to answer
any problem of his readers. Write
to him in care of this newspaper)
Junior Hadassah
Mr. and Mrs. Ira May are
spending a several weeks' vaca-
tion visiting relatives in Virginia
and stopping at other points.
Aaron Bergman, South Lave av-
enue, has left for Philadelphia,
and for a visit with relatives in
Durham, N. C.
SID PALMER
ent Merchants' Association; past
patron of Emunah Chapter, Or-
der Eastern Star; past Monarch of
Gazna Grotto; past vice president
of the State Grotto Association;
past finance and publicity direct-
or of the Miami Drum and Bugle
Corps. Beside the above he is a
member of the following other or-
ganizations: Biscayne Bay Ma-
sonic Lodge; Miami Scottish Rite
Consistory; Mahi Shrine Temple;
Young Men's Hebrew Association;
Benevolent Protective Order of
Elks; Knights of Pythias; Sholem
Lodge No. 1025. B'nai B'rith; Bal-
more Aerie, F. O. E.; Vidalia
Camp, W. O". W.; Florida Associa-
tion of Workers for the Blind;
Miami Avenue Merchants' Asso-
ciation; Miami Junior Chamber of
Commerce, and Young Democratic
Club of Dade County.
jr. council, nans
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dave. Dur-
ham. N. (.'.. have returned to their
home following a visit of about
two weeks with their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Moss.
Ben Ryder is vacationing in
New York City, lie is expected to
return shortly.
Mrs. Ben Wax. who left Maine
about a month ago. has been se-
riously ill with pneumonia. She
is now recovering.
Mrs. Rose Aaron is now resid-
ing on 816 Gardenia street.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Blumberg have
opened their summer home at
Hempstead. Long Island, New
York.
by BETTE SIR
Here's your chance to go danc-
ing and still keep cool on a hot
summer night such as July 21st is
going to be. The National Coun-
cil of Jewish Juniors is going to
have a combination dance and
swim at the Seaglades Cabana and
Beach Club for the benefit of the
National Children's Convalescent
Home and the Council. There will
be dancing to a fine, smooth' or-
chestra, swimming in a large pool
with cold water, (isn't it tempt-
ing?), lockers and towels pro-
vided, all for the small sum of 75c
per person.
Charlotte Singer( chairman of
this affair, is being ably assisted
by Charlotte Dreyfuss, Edward
Newman and Leonard Ross. With
the great ability of this committee
X can assure you of a grand time.
Word has been received from
Mrs. Louis Schutzer. who went to
San Antonio, Texas, announcing
the birth of a son to her eldest
daughter, the former Bern ice
Schutzer. Mrs. Schutzer was ac-
companied by another daughter.
Muriel.
Herman Gordon, Charles Sher-
man and Philip Julius were ini-
tiated into the B'nai B'rith Lodge
and Martin Smith was accepted
as a new member of the Order re-
cently.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Goodmark
have moved into their recently
completed home in the South Lake
Front area.
Satisfy Curiosity
Many questions that mothers
write in and ask about are along
these line.-:
'What should I teach my little
boy of three?" Or. "I want my
little boy to learn the things he
ought to know. Can you In Ip
me?" Teaching, as such, really
has no place in the living of a
child three years of age. He's
bound to find out about the world
he Is living in and in doing so, is
learning as rapidly as he is able.
The intelligent thing to do is to
make the conditions favorable for
his learning, that is. give him the
opportunity to satisfy his curios-
ity, answer his questions, he re-
sponsive to his play and interested
in it and provide the way for his
ceaseless activity.
To do this, supply him with the
right playthings, books, materials
for manual activity, and enough
equipment for use by his tremend-
ous bodily energy. Learning at
this age must be a spontaneous
thing; something from within.
reaching out. The thing for par-
ents to do is to encourage it with
response and materials.
Work Becomes Play
Have you ever felt like taking
all the toys away from your
child, after he has littered up the
whole house'.' The wreckage af-
ter children finish their games has
always been a source of annoy-
ance and discomfort to mothers.
A good way to avoid this mess is
to make the "clean-up" a part of
the play-time. Give the child a
designated room to play in. Some
place where the little friends can
meet without any grownup super-
vision. However, be sure that the
room has an alarm clock that the
children may be guided by. Be-
fore the game takes full swing,
arrange the time when all must
(case. Then let the children set
the alarm for the appointed hour.
Until the alarm goes off. the chil-
dren can "let freedom ring" in the
most topsy-turvy fashion. But
after the bell sounds, they must
again reset the alarm for fifteen
minutes later. This q:nrter-hour
period Is for "clean-up." Every-
one must do his share to set the
room hack in order b< fore thi
ond alarm rings. The children i n-
joy this contest, ''leaning up the
room is no longer a drudge to
th m, but part of a thrilling game.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dub-
bin.
by Rosalind Klein
At a recent board meeting of
Junior Hadassah held at the home
of the newly elected president,
Hetty Lasky, chairmen for the
coming year were announced.
Thoes appointed and their re-
spective chairmanships, are: pub-
licity, Rosalind Friedman; mem-
bership, Hilda Breskin; cultural.
Harriette Damenstein; J. N. I- .
Ruth. Bernstein; Junior Senior
representative, Elsie Kronenfeld;
hospitality. Rhea Epstein; Youth
Aliyali. Rosalyn Klein. Plans for
an administration dance to be giv-
en shortly will be discussed at the
regular meeting to be held this
Monday. July 8 at the home of the
Misses Ruth and Anita Bern-
stein 1676 s. W. 14th St. There
will be a short business meeting
after which n social hour will fel-
low. Members and friends are
cordially invited to attend. A
novel poetry program has been ar-
rangedso girls, bring your fav-
orite or original poem. Perhaps
yours will win a prize.
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FRIDAY, JL"LY 3, 1940
TZS JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
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THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
Bob Epstein to Teach Art Class
VVi take great pride and pleas-
announcing that the Home
indeed been fortunate in
g Bob Epstein, well known
on its teaching staff.
ho know him and know
he is with his own work
. idily realize the sacrifice
making in the cause of
Bob plans to teach a class in the
i a nip in art and cartoon-
in" He is one of the outstanding
rusts in this area and we,
therefore, look forward with eag-
er anticipation to the great prog-
that will be made by adding
i fine project under the able
guidance of such a fine instructor
- Bob Epstein.
Home Camp
Such rapid strides and progress
have been made in the camp that
Etmpers join the "Y" weekly.
ir glad to announce that
additional campers were
: this past Monday, as fol;
lows: David I.utsky, Alfred Sing-
er, Lloyd Ruskin. Barry Qarber,
Allan Garber, Murray Dubbin.
Friedman, Bob Hurwitz,
Merrill Raye, Nelson Kemp. Den-
nis Wepman, Paul Cootner; Stan-
lej Levy, Myron Pollack. Richard
Pollack, Gilbert Freedman, Anita
..I. Sonya Hurwitz, Janice
in, Estelle Levy,
Radio Program
We are glad to announce that
plans have been completed for the
Y radio program on WIOD Sun-
fternoon, July 7, from 3 to
S:30. We are thankful to the
leal Association of Greater
ami its sponsor, the Red
( in.. Drug Department Store, tot
tin- courtesy in permitting us to
have thi se facilities. The follow-
ing will participate in the radio
pi The Home Camp Glee
Club; Dr. Samuel Beckman, pres-
ident of the Y. M. H. A.; Stanley
('. Myers, president of the Great-
ei Miami Federation of Jewish
Welfare Funds; Mrs. Leon Lieb-
erraan, chairman Home Camp
committee; Mickey Lubel, athletic
director of the Y. M. H. A.; Mrs.
Mildred Rubenstein. director of
the Y Glee Club; Mrs Essie Shaf-
fer, musical director of the Home
Camp; Eddie and Mona Pastroff,
pupils in the Y Camp; Phyllis and
Madeline Schulman, counsellors
of the Y (amp. Maurice- Gross-
man, executive director of the Y
will direct the program.
Junior Division
We again call your attention to
the Junior Y skating party that
will he held Monday. July 15. More
detai's later.
"Y-Ettes-
The newly elected officers of
the Y-Ettos are: president, Ruth
Futerfas; vice-president. Yctta
Gulco; corresponding secretary,
Velma Abraham; recording secre-
tary, Sadie Hazan; treasurer.
Kdith Shier; scrapbook chairman.
Rita Grossman; and publicity
chairman: Elaine London. The
girls have been working on two
projects: knitting for the Ameri-
can Red truss, and organizing a
' sub-deb*' club.
Y. \V. H. A.
Mrs. Gussie Wilson, chairman
of the Y Red Cross knitting com-
mittee, announces that over thirty
women have been knitting child-
ren's sweaters for the Red Cross
every afternoon in the Y. M. H. A.
building. The committee besides
Mrs. Wilson, includes the follow-
ing: Mrs. Iris Blumberg, Mrs.
Rosalind Unman. Mrs. Alice
Waitsman. Mrs. Blanche Straus.
Athletic Progara
Monday night, 7::ll> to 9:30
Junior boys; all athletics; hand-
ball, volleyball, badminton, gym,
etc.
Tuesday tiijjht. Women's night;
calisthenics a n d recreational
Kames.
Wednesday night, basketball
clinic; all boys and senior mem-
bers interested in basketball; at
that time will teach fundamen-
tals and play periods.
Thursday night, senior men;
calisthenics and other types of re-
creational games, including vol-
leyball, handball, badminton and
gym work.
Saturday night, gym and floor
open for Y-ettes and Girl Scouts;
recreational periods.
Sunday morning, tired business
men's class; calisthenics and all
type- of athletic games.
We wish to call your attention
to the fact that we have two soft-
ball teams in two respective
leagues, one team in the Miami
Beach League, under the direction
and managership of Dr. Barney
Weinkle. and one team in the Mi-
ami Civic League, under the di-
rection and managership of Frank
Rose.
We also have a six team bowl-
ing league that plays every Tues-
day night at the Miami Recreation
Alleys, under the supervision of
Jack Apte.
Doc Weinkle has had tough
sledding lately with several of his
best players injured and several
others vacationing; however, they
are still in first place.
Miami Beach Individual Batting
Name Avg.
Al Reisman .................................533
Murray Cooper ........ ,456
Hy Kaut ....................................443
Benny Oilman ............................441
David Lachovitz .........................400
Y.M.H.A. Whips B.R. Clerks
With Herbie Cohen pitching his
usual good game and "Ham"
Weintraub playing a bang-up
game behind the plate, our Y. M.
H. A. ball team of the Civic
League managed by Frank Rose
defeated the strong Brotherhood
of Railway Clerks' team 6 to 3.
I This win places the Y in second
I place, only two games out of first
place.
Demons Dethrone Supermen
The Y Demons captained by
Hal Levinson won three straight
games over the Silverstreaks at
the Miami Recreation Alleys last
Tuesday to go into first place.
I The Supermen, lead by Captain
Al BerkowitZ, and leaders of the
league for the past three weeks.
fell into second place as they lost
two out of three games to Abe
Werner's Rangers, In the only
other match of the night Abe Ber-
kowitzs Bombers bombed Harry
Schwartz's Blackies to defeat in
two out of three games. Sammy
Tendrich, although dropping two
percentage points, continues to
lead the Y duckpin boys for the
fourth consecutive week. Jules
"Sissy" Wilson bowled a 13") game
but it was only a practice game.
Player Sc. Av. G
Sammy Tendrich ........1257 105 12
Al Berkowitz
Hal Levinson
Harry Schwartz
Lou Spector
So] Levin ..........
Abe Berkowitz
Dave Rosenthal
Frank Rose
Herman Waitsman
Joe Berman
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Pete Silverman -1097
Al Reisman ................ 275
Lerov Feldman 1080
Pete Garvett ...............Ift63
Nat Rlumberg .............. 881
Jack Apte ............... 873
Bill I.iberoff B24
Waltef Mackauf .........1053
George Davis 524
Guy Goldsmith ............1033
Jules Wilson ............... 1017
Murray Apte ................1016
Lou Safan 166
George Wolpert 84
Hal Berkowitz 198
Mike Adler .......... 164
, Harry Kamina 195
Mickey Lubel 237
Marvin Apte ......... 617
Bob Schweitzer 699
Milton Friedman 462
Aaron Freilich 44">
Oscar Argintar 159
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Blackies 6 >
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Rangers I
Silverstreaks 4 8
Come to the Miami Recreation
Alleys Tuesday for some real
matches.
Coming into the Blackstone Ho-
tel Gardens last Sunday I thought
a mass meeting had been called to
erevt a community center. How-
ever, not to my amazement, it
was only hundreds of Al Pallot's
and Doris Cromer's family and
friends from all walks of life pres-
ent to wish that happy couple
congratulations upon their en-
gagement.
WILLIAM GREEN TESTIMONIAL COMPLETES FUND
FOR NEW WORKERS' SETTLEMENT IN PALESTINE
Seen above are Dr. Israel Goldstein, President of the Jewish National
Fund of America. William Green, President of the American Federation
of Labor, and Max Zaritsky, President of the United Hat, Cap and
Millinery Workers International Union and chairman of the National
Committee for a Leon Blum Colony in Palestine, in a discussion of
plans tor the establishment of the new workers' settlement.
Strictly
Confidential
(Continued from Page 11
respondence may. alter some
weeks, turn up in the mail box of
Miss Shapiro of Queens Borough
. It was in the Aufbau, too. that
we found this quotation from
Nietzsche, whom the Nazis claim
as their very own philosopher:
"To imagine German invaders in
Paris is like seeing the Venus of
Milo crawling with vermin" .
ABOUT PEOPLE
Reported to be in New York
these days is Sir Krnest Oppen-
heimer, South African diamond
tycoon With the Belgian and
Dutch diamond-cutting centers
under Nazi domination Sir Krn-
est no doubt would be investigat-
ing American possibilities in this
field Despite the reports that
Franz Werfel has been killed by
tin Nazis in France we -still hope
for the best Our information
is that Werfel has been sitting
tight in Switzerland, and thus is .
out of the reach of Hitler's hciuh-
men Hats off to Warner
Brothers for their plan to produce
and distribute free of charge a se-
ries of shorts on the U. S. defense
program The pictures are be-
ing made at the request of the
Government, and will cost $45,000
each Congratulations to the
Joint Distribution Committee's
Paul Bearwald on the arrival of
a new granddaughter Her pa-
pa is Dr. Henry Doubilet. former-
ly of Montreal and now one of
New York's rising young surgeons
. And felicitations to Milwau-
kee on the acquisition of a charm-
ing newcomer in the person of
Mrs. Leonard Simpson Markson
. Before her recent marriage to
young Dr. Markson she was Edith
Sherin, whom last year's Pales-
tine Pavilion visitors will remem-
ber as Director Meyer Weisgal's
pretty blonde secretary ... A vet-
eran of Cincinnati journalism is
the Times-Star's Isaac 1'iehel. who
just completed fifty years of ser-
vice withm that paper Both
the New Yorker Staats-Zeitung
and 11 Progresso Italo-Amei
have Jewish movie critics .
They're brothers, too, and the
name is Cohen
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY. JULY 5. 19t|
WORLD-WIDE
JEWISH NEWS
London (WNS) Lady Mosley,
wife of the imprisoned anti-Sem-
itic British Fascist leaded and sis-
ter of Hitler's friend, Unity Val-
kyrie Freeman-Mitford, was ar-
rected by Scotland Yard's anti-
fifth column squad as British
leaders denied that peace negotia-
tions with Nazi Germany were in
progress.
Lady Mosley, an active leader
of Sir Oswald Mosley's British
Union of Fascists, was, with her
younger sister, frequently in Ger-
many as the personal guest of
Hitler during the appeasement
term. Lady Mosley became so
fanatically pro-Nazi that she
trained her two small sons to
greet visitors to her town house
with the Nazi salute and cries of
Heil Hitler!"
The entire Yishuv is united in this
belief. We shall stand guard with
all means in our power whatever
may transpire. At this moment
the Yishuv is proceeding with its
normal life and work uninterrupt-
ed and will continue to do so what-
ever hazards may await us," Mr.
Ussishkin declared in his cable.
CHARGE McWILLIAMS
"FRONT FOR BUND"
New York (WNS) Palestine
Jewry, girding for the tasks con-
nected with the present emergency
in the Near East, will "stand
guard with all means in its pow-
er" but relies and will expect a
full measure of material and fin-
ancial support from American
Jewry, Menahem Ussishkin, world
president of the Jewish National
Fund, declared in a call addressed
to American Zionists.
Dr. Ussishkin's message was
cabled to Dr. Israel Goldstein,
president of the Jewish National
Fund of America. In response to
this call, the American branch of
the Fund remitted to the Jerusa-
lem headquarters another $100000
for the "extension of agricultur-
al settlement" part of the emer-
gency program in which Palestine
Jewry is now engaged.
"Rest assured, American Jews,
that we shall not falter. Not dis-
may, but determination animates
us all. In this awful crisis threat-
ening the entire civilized world '
and the existence of the Jewish
people, faith in our cause and in
our Homeland is the sole reality
New York (WNS)The Non-
Sectarian Anti-Nazi League has
distributed thousands of pamph-
lets branding Joseph E. McWil-
liams, now on trial for disorderly
conduct charges growing out of
anti-Semitic speeches made in con-
nection with his Congressional
campaign, as a "front for the
Bund."
Called "Who Is Joe McNazi ?",
the pamphlet quotes the testi-
mony of McWilliams' former cap-
tain of his Guard I'nit, John Ol-
ive, who swears that "McWilliams
is trying to lead us into a revolu-
tion."
ganization of America, now in se.
sion at the Hotel Sherman, Balti-
more. The sessions will end on
Sunday.
Delegates from every section of
the country, representing more
than 2.~>,000 members and adult
leaders, opened convention Wed-
nesday evening, July 3, in the spa-
cious hall of the Hotel Southern,
Mr. Ickes was scheduled to dis-
euaa "American Youth i
Current Crisis."
Pictured here are Kabbi Colman
Zwitman, elected vice president
and Rabbi Stephen Wise, who
made the opening address at the
Jewish Institute of Religion.
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headquarters of the World Jew-
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formally established in London,
it was announced by Dr. Stephen
S. Wise, chairman of the execu-
tive committee of the World Jew-
ish Congress. During the absence
of Dr. Nahum Goldman, chairman
of the administrative committee,
who is now in America, the Lon-
don office will be under the direc-
tion of Dr. Maurice L. Pcrlzweig.
who until now, has served as
chairman of the British section of
that body.
The decision to make London the
chief European center of the
World Jewish Congress activities
was reached after a meeting of the
governing council of the American
Jewish Congress. At this meeting
Dr. Goldmann reported on the sit-
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In addition to London, Dr. Wise
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