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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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VOLUME 13No. 28
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JEWISH AGENCY
GIVES SUPPORT
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
y i The Jewish Agency for Pal-
estine, which for months has been
urging the British government to
avail itself of the services offered
by the Jewish manpower of Pale*
tine, published a statement in
which it assured the government
of its fullest cooperation in secur-
ing adequate response to an ap-
peal for volunteers to serve with
the Koyal Air Force, and for en-
listment in Army mechanical
corps.
In its statement the Jewish
Agency appealed to the tradesmen
and the craftsmen required by the
armed forces to volunteer. Re-
sponding to the appeal, various
.'(wish settlements have turned
ov.r the facilities of their police
stations for the registration of
volunteers.
The immediate offer of Jewish
cooperation is in line with the fre-
quently enunciated policy of the
Jewish Agency, which last month
succinctly stated its position in
the following statement:
"The Yishuv is calm, and it is
endeavoring to carry on the nor-
mal work as best as possible un-
der war conditions. Fmjly realis-
ing that its very existence de-
the outcome of the strug
gle thi Yishuv is prepared and
quite ready to throw its entire col-
lective resources, in man power
nd eci nomic organization into
i of the country and to
1 vi rything possible' for the
e democrat!) world
! I' Btion Of the .Luis',
National Home. The Yishuv looks
tin mandatory government
'" tako full and adequate meas-
ure s for the protection of Pales-
tine against any peril and hopes
thai the mandatory will make the
' possible use of the .lews
a* loyal and faithful friends of
the Alii. -.-
W ith the current status of Pal-
's northern neighbor, Syria.
" ibje< t of many unconfirmed
ranging from attempts
Vian nationalist leaders to
v" up an independent Arab state
reports that the northern por-
the French territory is nov.
P'ed by Turkish troops and
need for fullest expai sion o
Freedom of Religion
Just Peace Essential
Hyde Park,~NT"Y. (WNS)De-
claring that ther,. could be no
compromise between the concepts
of Democracy and Fascism, Pres-
ident Roosevelt listed freedom of
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1940
ENDANGER JEWS
BY NEW C1INET
United States Warns
Nazi Government
Washington (WNS) Taking
cognizance of a recent statement
made by the Nazi Consul General
in New Orleans to the effect that
......"""" "l'''n oi London (WNS) -Complete ca- '" wew "eans to the effect that
.,'"'!' aS- W* f thl' fiVe "SSt'"- Potation of Rumania to the G^'"<>y would never forget that
mm a just and enduring pea,... Rome-lie.ii axis as evidenced by thc' United state8 had tfven help
,,.,.. ----- nuuiv-Denin axis as evulenced bv ^"u oi.nv.-s imu gi\cn neip
X that talk about the appointment of a pro-Naxi and to thc Alhvs '" PMt war,
e at this time anti-Semitic cabinet headed by Ion the StaU' Department has warned
the German Embassy that foreign
diplomats may remain in this
the elements of peace
was; academic, the President said Gigurtu. close friend of Nazi
<" tne prescription of a univer- Field Marshal Hermann Goering 'P'"ais may remain in tins
sal peace should be kept in the has endangered the lives of Ru- 'unu-v '>">-' they refrain
mind 01 every citizen. The Thief mania's remaining 450,000 Jews trom discussing American poli-
..xecutives five ..ssentials were: diplomatic circles here were con- "es in public.
'D freedom of information and vinced -n, -., i>
knowledge, and of the press. | The State Department's action
In a radio address to the Ru- followed an investigation of
inanian people shortly after his statements made by Baron Spiegel
appointment as Premier, Girgutu von uml zu I'ackelsheim, Nazi
Consul in New Orleans, in which
the German consular official im-
plied that Hitler would eventually
square accounts with the United
States for its aid to the Allies.
(2) Freedom of religion.
(3) Freedom of expression.
(I) Freedom from fear of at-
tack alld threats to territorial in- T ? JeWa '"' disloyalty '
tegrity thc country's -last hours of
(8) Freedom from want, and JJ1" f"d m* that "we wil1
'the greatest possible cultural and T* l0***' '' "" PFemier
commercial intercourse among ,,,- to tho aPParent,y N*i- Slatcs for ita aid to th Allies-
tions. mPired policy of blaming the Ru- Tne Baron later said that he had
Speaking at his regular press mania" Jewa '<* Russian occu- "t spoken for publication.
conference. Mr. Roosevelt warned 'P^' B.-ssarabia and northern Tlu. Sl;(U. Departmen,s .
against ideological flirtation with '"ovma- nouncement read: "It would ap-
the "corporate state." either as a I ('" aid that the govern-1pear that the German Consul Gen-
substitute for democratic- govern- ment h" "decided in the future eral in this instance thought
ollaborate in close contact!was' not7pea'kTn77orV,quotatiom
those minorities which and that his statement was not
merit or as a medium for compet- ,to c
|ing with totalitarian efficiency. '">
loyally enter into the life of Ru- for publication, and that. | rhaps
Jewish Refugees
a" due to a misunderstanding, nubli-
TB-__.J ., Without mentioning tin- Jews, cation was made.
rapped in Libya the pro-Nazi premier continued: i ,.T1 ,
l r ,.-.----- '"I do net soiwider as a minority l(kTllT '' "rt'n taken "'
' '--Ion WNS) -Son,vhere in of this .ate,.,,,- those who have "' "l" ,"'"'" "''^ ""'
Ithe desert In Italian Libya are 300 repaid our g.....Fwill with hate and % r"" '" 'T^ "'
Jewish refugees including many idle words. We will never forge !' '"' ''"',"' '"' >uestions re"
""" and children, fro,,, Nazi- and we will no, tolerate the peo- 1;''""\t0 lh: '- ie8a"d
'P'd Poland, who were trappe I pie of Rumania forgetting the at- ''.'. '"" '"T*"" "
Lby lh" ""' hostilities I..- titude that .he minority o whi h
eminent icials in the Ll
States.
tween Greal Britain and I- ,;.
while i in-ute ,,, Palestine, it was
The refugees, penniless, are
making their bonus on the hot
de i rt Then- clothes in tatters.
I alludi had

jrjaj i -lev. ,,. :ls pj ,,; out tna,
,' i pei mis-' oreign gov-
vvhl1' nmen tinue to
the .lev- of disloyalty, hi- censors
forbidding the publication in
the Rumanian press of a state-
remaii thi intry is di p. i .;
cut on observance <( :.".;> rul ."
A. Z. A. Supports
Defense Program
te, of whi Peninsula, Ohio (WNS) A
wa from Nazi-held Poland to ,,,,, ,1U( since Mo ,, h.t(, pledge of full assistanc, to and
inesteui,,.,, th,-v had planned to s,sslns ,- lh,. .,,aU. h;(Vc ^ wholehearted ......peration with the
enter Paiestine illegally ,t was ncid, ,,. Rabbj attempted ,,. are,,,-:-, of the United States gov-
said here, rhe ship carrying the ,jsl, the mcg8agei bu, was not a,. ernment 'engaged in preparing
8, tor which they had paid low,.(, ,, S(, jour ,i,.f(,-es against the insidious
,),.,,. i,,,,. I ":l i.omanian press o a state-
' ,i!W,8h ',"' ; ""> exanderSai he Chief Rabbi
here are powerless to heH them ,
.... l[l had planned to make hi.- state-
.elugees had made their men, in .,,_ w|,j(.h h js
exorbitant pi ices, was near Libya
dared war on Gri al
when Italy
Britain,
th
the British Near Ka-t armed .or.es
bvious, the government has i--
fued a call for further volunteers,
"> addition to those asked to en-
list in the Royal Air Force.
^ Palestinian recruits, it was an-
^nounced, are required as officers,
on-commissioned officers and sol-
diers in a number of service units
ncluding the Royal Engineers
(orps and the Military Pioneer
1 orps.
A new Palestinian Artisan
orks Company is being formed,
m W3S announced. Two separate
-Mechanical Transport Companies
Jor Jews and for Arabs are being
ormed by the Royal Army Service
t orps, while more companies are
:'"ng raised to form a Palestin-
an Auxiliary Corps. Two com-
Panies of the latter corps already
exist, including one composed of
English soldiers evacuated from
Flanders after the surrender of
t'gium.
ri
It was pointed out here that a!- influences which thr n the ex-
though Government officials and '"tence of our democratic i:^i:'.u-
the |ir>ss hav(. made nuich of the tion" xva~ given by the A
Jewish organizations in rneste, fact that thousands of Jews, seek-I Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith
i was said. a,,, negotiating with ing to escape anti-Jewish excesses organization, in a resolution adopt
the Italian government for per- )i;ic, fU.(1 l(, Soviet.occupied ,;,....' ed a, the closing session of its
miSSHM to rescue the trapped ref- .u..M:l ,,. wag ma(,e ,- ITtM annual convention.
. ., li'e fact that thousands of Jewish i Speaking for its more than 10.-
A wmewhat similar situation merchants and business men left loon members organized in 394
exists n British-controlled Malta Bessarabia and came to Bucharest chapters in over 200 communities
where 188 Jewish .vtu^ee.-. head- ,,,. |hi. svu.t 0l.alpaUuI1. U. Z. A.. ,argegt .|(.u,sh ^ ,
ed fur Palestine .... the Italian li- ^rhvr ^.^.^^ atu,m|)ts to !g:..i7.tion in the country, declared
er Rodi were forced to debark. halt anti.Jewish riots have been that "while it still hopes for our
The Rod, was near.ng Palestine reiaXeri and om. Rumanian ne,.
when it was stopped by British paper went so f as lo t.a for ft
warships and escorted to Malta. UOKroni. Declaring that the Jews
he Rodis passengers, equip- showod ..grvat joy.. at tnc Russjan
ped with legal visas to the Holy occupation, the newspaper charged
Land, are subjected to almost daily |that 'the Jews betraved us" and
bombardments by Italian air- said that silent answers will not
planes. A report from Malta stat- be enough.
ed that the Jewish Refugees are | The newspaper attacked the
well treated but haven't the funds Chief Rabbi for contributing to a
to purchase all their requirements, fund for aiding refugees from
It was learned also that 200 Bessarabia and Bukovina. The uace L.tv Chapter
Jew.sh refugees, possessing visas I government, "in the interest of was elected erand a .1 h l
to Palestine are in Turkey. These public order." permanently sup- | (presidem def a, ng U n "sim'
refugee, had hoped to reach FU- pressed two democratic Bucharest mo, of Highland Par t Ch-n
ZLSrSL** S J*Z S-n-nalu, and Jurna- !,, Angefef'^e ^rd 2S5
country as we have prayed for
peace in the world, current events
force upon us the practical reali-
zation of threats to democracy
and peace. In the light of these
considerations we are compelled
to realize that adequate prepara-
tion for effective defense of our
country and all that n stands for
is imperative."
Irving Kaler, member of the
Gate City Chapter. Atlanta, Ga
New York (WNS)Wendell L.
Wilkie, Republican nominee for
president, condemned anti-Semi-
tism as "a possible criminal move-
ment" and said that any growth
of anti-Semitism in the United
States would be a calamity, in an
exclusive view published in The
Day, daily Jewish newspaper.
Pointing out that he had
"clearly asserted" his positioi.
against race hatred, bigotry and
Hitlerism 'long before I ever
thought of being a presidential
candidate," Mr. Wilkie called for
national tolerance and religious
liberty to present a united front
to pressing national problems.
The Republican nominee told
The Day: "I consider anti-Semi-
tism in America as a possible
criminal movement and every anti-
Semite as a possible traitor to
Americathat America which is
BO beloved and so dear to me, that
America which has always sym-
bolized liberty, equality and broth-
erly love among its inhabitants.
"If anti-Semitism should spread
its roots in the United Stat.- ..
it has done in most of the coun-
tries of Europe, then it wool,I def-
initely be a calamity for tin- Unit-
ed States. It would mean ti
the main foundations on which
country has been built are begin-
ning to shake. There might evei
be fear that the pi
which our forefathers
died are in actual dai ger.
'U hat man ith a < oi i
man wh
ing of Israel and what
implish :. ai
complished it: arch of hu-
ity cannot be I rant t va
1m a. IV
"1 have s] ,.;,. n on the i a
and clearly asserted my position
against race hatred, bigotry ai
Hitli ism. I did t
I < ., n thought of bi ing a prei -
dential w I it solely
b< i a ise I \ anted to xpress n ;.
-' against IIii!< rism ai d
nst all fascii tic p< rse< utii i
methi
"We in America must all stand
shoulder to shoulder for toleran
and religious liberty. We must
all of us work for the interest i
our country, We must think onlj
Of what is important for the wel-
fare of the United States.
"Those who are trying to bring
to our shores from Hitler Germ-
any or from similar countries
their race haired, their hate of lib-
erty and democracysuch people
arc not interested in the welfare
of the United States but are sei v
ng the dictates of other coun-
t lies."
Marshal Petain, in behalf of lul. It was reported also that de-
France, capitulated to the Nazi.crees excluding Jews from journ-
government, transit visas through lalism and the army would soon
Syria were denied the refugees. [be issued.
er to win the highest office in
A. Z. A., Kaler is president of the
Southern Region of A. Z. A. and a
past aleph gedel of his chapter.
He is a student at Emory Uni-
versity.
A resolution empowering the
A. Z. A. chapters to undertake a
nationwide campaign among their
members to raise funds with which
to purchase a fully-equipped am-
bulance to be presented to the
American Red Cross for use in
providing relief to the war-strick-
en civilian population was ap-
proved by the Supreme Advisory
Council.

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FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1940
VOLUME 13____No. 28
THE ZIONIST CONVENTION
ularly ... and it was a pleasure,
at that meeting, for the organiza-
tion to meet Isaac Joffe, the new-
ly appointed executive director of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation. Brother Joffe (I can call
him Brother because he became a
member at our meeting) should
prove an asset to the Jewish peo-
ple and to the community as a
whole in this field ... a beautiful
Jewish Flag was presented to our
Ixidge by Brother Isidore Gold-
Btein. Although Brother Gold-
stein was not present at the- meet-
ins; as he is vacationing in New
York, I am sure that he was with
us in spirit and if he reads this
column I am certain that he will
appreciate hearing about it .
Brother Goldstein, who is a com-
paratively new member has shown
splendid cooperation in procuring
members and cooperating in other
B'nai B'rith functions Con-
gratulations to Brothers Harold
Rand and Milton Friedman not
only upon their recent marriage
but for attending our meeting so
, soon after their marriage and con-
tinuing their fine work and above
all for bringing their lovely wives
to join with the Ladies Auxiliary.
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PKHrZAI J. MI10JC)
The 13rd convention of the Zionist Organization of America.
Which closed last week in Pittsburgh, was unlike other conventions in
recent years. It was not faced with the necessity of rallying public ^^ haye 1|(n compjeted >,
opinion for a political fight, such as those which were called forth by Bpother A1Kll g. Berkley in
the Palestine partition plan, the White Paper and the curtailment of charge of ..,..,. ... ,,,, our
ih immigration into the Holy Land. ^ R.h ,,.,,;,. i, Ulll be held at
This year as the Zionist convention met the Jewish homeland was Seagladea Pool and I
in the (trip of something infinitely vastly than a > ith the ( M h 0(] T
Power. Palestine was at war. its sources of >pport.in ..ght( July 23 o'clock
Europe had been wiped out. As never before in it- history, the Yi-
support from the United State-.
So, this convention may not have been "exciting" in the same sense .g ^ ^ paid.up ,
he convei i i year
were. The convention knew
will be
and refreshments all of which
is fret to mbera a tl
girl friends a
of America had to do; it remained only for them to ^_. iM ,_;.
i detail from Eliezer Kaplan, treasurer of the Jewish Vgencj
ills of what Palestine Jewry expects of them.
,; nothing dramatic about the inevitable, but this is not the
tor d riatics. tedlj spend a most enjoy-
A contest there as. For five hour- the delegates debated over bW( evening
,l. ,- group supportd Edmund I. Kaufmann for president ...
to succeed Dr. Solomon Goldman. Another group sought the esUb- g .. b memberS in
lishment of a seven-man "collegium." But after the debate, when
d and this beach
i be an
land those ol
a most
mann was elected, the issue was put aside and the convention end-
ed on a note of harmony with Louis Lipsky, leader of the opposition,
lufmann to the convention.
If the convention presented little in the waj of fireworks, il it
- have big name- as guest speakers, this i- no( necessarily to
wredit. It was a meeting which felt the pall of the blackout in
Wh-^*&t.^^^^J^^jiupoV. or if you would be g.....I
do-namely, to give support to the Jew** homeland ... its darLesTTJ^ ^ J^ ta Uu. tl,,ule.
hour-they d n't have to shout about it. immediately, to
We are glad of the quiet and determined harmony that came out
Of the convention. To Mr. Kaufmann, the new president, we wish all
success.
good standing, then- are a great
many of broth are delin-
in their du< ... a i.
mittw has b< i n api
ed to try to bring tl.
up to date in tl I '
coopi Ltfa them when called
THE ZIONIST FRONT
Don't let anybody kid youthere's real harmony among the Zi-
onists today Edmund I. Kaufmann's election to the presidency at
the Pittsburgh convention was supposed to be a revolution, but what it
turned out to be a love-feast Actually the idea of a collegium
working as a cabinet has been carried out Vice President Solomon
Goldman will have the portfolio of culture. Vice President Israel Gold-
stein will handle organization affairs, Vice President Lipsk] will oe
in charge of propaganda. Vice Presidents Stephen S. Wise and Robert
Szold will handle political affairs, and Vice Presidents Morris Roth-
cnberg and Abba Hillel Silver will have all-around duties without spe-
cific portfolios This isn't official yet, but it will be President
Kaufmannwhom a jokester called Wendell (Wilkie) Kaufmann be-
cause of the blitzkreig technique of his electionintends to make his
cabinet work in all temperatures, but in the right regional set-up .
The first cabinet meeting was held at Atlantic City on July 5th, and
we suppose that when the cold weather sets in the cabinet will meet
in Mr. Kaufmann's luxurious hotel at Hollywood Emanuel Neumann
is slated for the position of assistant to the president .
HITS OF INTEREST
After that bomb explosion in the New York office of the Di
scher Handels und Wirtschaftsdiehst a couple-of weeks ago. Assist
Di tricl Attor Ja ob V. Ro enbloom rushed down. i:i his official ca-
pacity, .... When he was announced to the Nazi executivi
chargi of the office, 1 the German tactfully turned
Jewish official entered the ro
. D hat in the i rt to tak< i iff Gcrma | i
Alsal tan sin-;.: rd ? ...
\] he fai t that when you buy a g<
I you gel with il
ears that he is a full
A: \ an" of J ilood It
put
rat in il an ere n tl if its trainer ha
Jewish blood in him Perhaps these German bike cham
i i lumnists at all, but were merely meant i a.
, i,is But anyway, so much hullaballoo was raised
m their pr> i ana so much suspicion centered about them tl
the purpi se of thi ir visit to these shores was nullified And so thi
a ordered to go back to Hitlerland before the month is o
. Neal O'Hara why no accounting is ever made of all I
monej I v. a collect at home and among their sympathizers in (
Is for their fam us winter relief ... A new fashion that
-e pans is to answer the phone with the p
,1 of the tradil "Hell "... And a Broadv.
etymologist declares thai it's Hitler who pul the "s" before "laugl
B'NAI B'RITH
T
[ought to try to do something to
help the people in the war-torn
NOTES
by Harold Turk
Remember that the membership
drive which started some time ago
is still on. It was put aside tem-
porarily to come extent due to the
Walter C. Kovner. lngrahani
Building, or Marx Feinberg, Olym-
pia Building.
An athletic committee has
countries and further suggested come into being m B na.H nth
that we could probably help by and Brother Max Goldstein
raising funds for the Red Cross. |chairman of said committee
This idea became a reality through
the splendid efforts and work of
Brother Aronovitz and all of those
who helped and cooperated, with
him Speaking about help and
eration, I originally agreed
to take 100 tickets and suggested
I have been informed that a golf
tournament has been planned, so
get out those rusty clubs and try
to break 100. or if you are Broth-
ers Dr. Pepper or Max Goldstein,
try to break 70 ... a bowling team
is being organized. This is di-
would procure "several rected especially to you who have
friends to help me sell them. My developed a little too much weight
porariiy to some extent clue to me i,.e,.uS t ..... .... ......... --, i mjd.8ection,
fact that most of the members tickets wer. give, to me under the und the mM see <
were cooperating on the Red Cross
drive. Now that the Red Cross af-
fair is over we all should get be-
hind Brother Eisenstein and show
him that we appreciate his untir-
ing efforts by procuring new mem-
ber* Honorable mention to
name of Harold Turk et al. I
would like to take this opportun-
ity to mention the names of sev-
eral people who hi Iped "le dispose
Plans for the Slate F< deration
Convention to be held in Miami
over the Labor Day week-end,
er Kovner, Abe Mazor, Dr. J. J.
Brother l>i Friedus who brought I Falk. Mitchell Kassanof. Gewge
in eight new members (you will Schwartz and others in addi-
recall that he recently brought in tion to B na, B rith raising the
five) I know from experience large sum of money Chat we did,
and 'observation that there are which will undoubtedly help a
many members who are desirous ;great many people, we have the
of joining B'nai B'rith and who additional satisfaction of knowing
are waiting to be approached. If that a great number of people in
you who are reading this column
are one of those, why not take the
initiative and call Brother Leo
Eisenstein or any other officer or
myself. Brother Eisenstein's num-
ber is 5-2735.

An example of great ideas
springing from children was mani-
fested when Brother Abe Arono-
vitz's 10 year old daughter sug-
gested to him that the B'nai B'rith
these tickets and to thank I September lat and 2nd, are being
them they are Brothers Walt- completed. Committees are being
a pointed and the work in prepa-
ration for the Convention will re-
quire many details. If you would
like to serve on one of the Com-
mittees please Contact Brother Al
Pallot, or any of the officers or
myself. Your services- are need-
ed and will be appreciated .
more about the convention and the
details will appear in subsequent
columns.

Brother James Leonard and his
wife are leaving for New York
this Sunday and I am sure that we
all join in wishing them a most
enjoyable trip Brother Leon-
ard certainly deserves a vacation
after all the work he has done in
I B'nai B'rith activities these last
this community who never heard
of B'nai B'rith and did not know
anything about our organization,
now know about us. They have
voiced their appreciation for the
work that we have done and the
spirit in which we did it.

It was nice to see Brothers Sam
Lachman and Dr. Julius Pearson
at our lost meeting. I trust that
they will attend our meetings reg-1couple of months.
ABOUT PEOPLE
?
I
>
YOU SHOULD KNOW
The fall of Paris brought Hitler a rich haul of his favorite victim-
. Not only all the German intellectuals who had left Naziland for
France and the Jewish refugees whom the French kept in concentra-
tion camps are now in Hitler'- hands, but he'll also be able to exerci-e
his vengeance on Herschel Grynaipan, I youth who shot at Nazi at-
tache in Paris a couple of years ago \nd if you want an inkling ol
what Grynazpan'a fate will be. just remember that it was after hi-
assa-sination of viim Rath that the Nazis had their infamou- syna-
gogue-burning spree Now that we've seen "The Mortal Storm" we
are doubly insistent that >ou see this film It's one of the most
moving portraits of life in Naziland that could be imagined, and our
only complaint against it is one that has been voiced by many other-,
namely, why wasn't this picture issued years ago, as soon as Phyllis
Bottome's novel was published? An anti-Hitler comedy starring
Claudette Colbert and Ray Milland i- being readied in Hollywood
"Arise, 'My Love," is the title and it's written by the scenarists ol
"Ninotchka" .
REFUGEE REPORT
A refugee in England is Henri Bernstein, the French playwi
. Only a few months ago he built a new theatre in Parisbut hi
to leave it to Hitler ... A fascinating book about refugees and oth
Kws who eventually head toward Palestine has just been published b
Robert Neumann, himself a refugee from Ilitlerism ... Its ch
portrait- are really something to write home about That N
trick of planting Gestatpo agents in batches of refugees is adding
the hardships of those G< rman Jews who have been fortunate enough
to get visas for this hemisphere ... So aware are Uncle Sam and h
Latin neighbors of the Fifth Column peril that they go over ever;.
coming group with a fine-tooth comb to weed out spies and troubli
makers This of course means long detention and greuling tioning for real refugees also, and even has caused some of our n<
boring republics to close their doors to this immigration 1 '
Of E. Phillips Oppenheim, worried at their failure to hear from him
since the Nazi occupation of France, where the thriller-writer has b
living, are hoping that he may have managed to escape Hitlers
hordes, and point out that the fate of Franca could not have come >
complete surprise to him. since in one of his own books, publisl
twelve years ago. this line occurs: "Ry 1940 France will exis'
longer" But of course it was the villain of the piece who uUered
this sentiment .
*..
The Jewish Morning Journal's Jacob Fishman tells us. not with-
out pride, that the World News Ser\icewhich originates in Erfurt. %
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FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
i
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.
1941.
EVERY MONDAY MORNINC--
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 WEDNESDAY Senior
Hadassah Sewing Group from
9 to 4 i>. m. at Temple Israel
Vestry Room, benefit Red Cross.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTER-
NOON Y. W. H. A. Sewing
Classes benefit Red Cross at
Y Clubrooms.
EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
B'nai B'rith bowling (tames at
Miami Recreation Center 7:30
Calendar
of Events
'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.
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 organisations,
is ready to serve any time in
the matter of clearing dates.
NAZI THREATS OVER-SHADOW SWEDEN
,i. v although small in number, have played an important
i loi ment of eefu
tntry's li
p. m.
SECOND AND FOURTH TUES-
DAYS of each month, regular
meeting of Sholem I>odgc B'nai
B'rith.
JULY
14Bialik Branch Jewish Nation-
al Worker's Alliance of Great- 22Junior Division Y. M. H. A.
er Miami. Get-Acquainted pic- Watermelon Party,
nic, Greynolds Park. 23 B'nai B'rith Beach Party.
14Pioinn- Women's Organiza- 23Workmen's Circle Boat Ride
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami. Card Party.
15 Junior Division Y. M. II. A.
Skating Party Venetian Kink.
:. sisl Bea h Com-
ilai Meet-
fi p. in.
; Hen's b of Tempi I
OCTOBER
6Miami Beach Mizrachi. Men
and Women's Divisions, Open-
ing Meeting.
20Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Succoth Party.
20Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami. Dinner.
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.
24Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Great r
Miami. Literary evening.
28 -Joint Installation of the Y. M. 26Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
II. A.. Y. W. H. A. and Y. Jun- ish Orthodox Congregation
for their par.
. out bj Kazis. The pictu.
t left, S
i right. Pi..... v- '
I ron 1 of '<"
'en. Lo Hugo Vale, n gj i. .
Zionism. ;
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ior Division. Tides Hotel, Mi- '
ami Beai h.
2 Piom ft'oi Org
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'AUGUST
Circl A
20Ladies A
i
F.veni
Membership Tea.
LIT- National Council of .1
Women Miami Section Board
Mt i a. m. to 12 noon.
DEC EMBER
Wot leeting 2
p. m.
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B'N \1 B'RITH
PLANS ACTIVITIES
B'nai B'rith is
e go]' tournament for
oi |j S inday aft i
2 at Miami Springs Golf
. with valuable prizes to be
the Winni rs. Following
a: namelit a buffet supiu r
. held at the Seaglade Rest-
ant. All those interested in
ring are requested to contact |
Max Goldstein at 8-7768
Roth, 3-6288.
July 23rd the regular social
meeting of the Lodge will be held
iii the form of a beach party with
Albert Berkeley in charge of ar-
guments. Details will be an-
tnced in later issues.
All members of B'nai B'rith who
an interested in bowling are asked
to be present every Thursday at
7:30 p. in. at the Miami Recrea-
tion (\nter where the formation
Of B howling team will take plaee.
and the entry into the National
B'nai B'rith Bowling Tournament
i< expected. Marty Milstoin is in
charge.

SU< < IM11S
TO ILLNESS
b Lauton. resident of Miami
for the paat thirty years and a re-
tired builder, succumbed to an ill-
ness Wednesday evening. He was
n number of Beth David and Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tions, and is survived by five sons,
Julius. Irving, Israel, Hyman of
Bayonne. N. J.. and Morris of Mi-
aiu
; of Miami, Mrs. Sa-
rah E Mrs. l.na Taub
.,,.,1 \ Rosenthal, all
. \ .i. Services
nducted Friday at 1:30 p. m.
at the Miami Ji wish Funera
Home.
*
LEAVE FOR
NEW YORK
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson.
or Bur- accompanied by their daughter
Norma Lee, left Tuesday for New
York where they will visit for
several weeks.
LEAVE FOR
HENDERSONVILLE
Dr. and Mrs-. Albert E. Rosen-
thai and children will leave Friday
for Heiul. rsonvilk. N. C, where
they will visit for the summer.
Dr. Rosenthal will return to the
city immediately.

GIVES
PARTY
Continuing the series of events
in their summer activities the Ho-
tel Milbum was host to their
guests at a dance and watermelon
party Sunday evening in the open
air patio of the hotel.

ANN! \l. BAZAAR
TO BE HELD
Miami Young Judaea will spon-
sor its annual carnival bazaar at
Beth David Wednesday. July 17.
The entire proceeds of the ba-
zaar will be donated to the Ameri-
can Red Cross.
INDUSTRIAL CENTER, personality to be I.....sted in as a under the i
military hero believing in Hitler's
mission. The second change is
the Nazi's intention to mal.
"judenrein" I free of Jew 81.
1 II /.MANNS T Alt T
~1

McWilliams Guilty
Disorderly Conduct
Magistr Vinci nl J. S
in announcing his decisioi
;:, e the Federal Constitul
i tress shall i
law abridgii
speech or of tl e press, or I
of people peacefully mble;
and that the State ConstitU
,. ,1-v-. i i u, provides that every citizen may
New ,-ork (WNM Joseph Me- \
freely speak, write or publish his
Williams, leader of the pro-Hit- gentimen, ,, al] Bubject8. being
er Christian Mobilizers and can- ,vs,llins;i,i,. ,,,, the abuse of that
didate for Congress on an exclus- right, and that no laws shall be
ively anti-Semitic program, was passed to restrain or abridge the
j i __.!? liberty of speech or of the press,
convicted of a disorderly conduct j( 3 ^ ^ M]^ ^ ^
Lodz has been the industrial
Center of Poland. Its industry was
predominantly in Jewish hands. Iboasted that his strong-arm men
There was a vast Jewish popula- -c,m\,\ beat Up anybody.''
charge and receive,1 the choice ol
a S">0 fine or 30 days in jail as the
result of a violent anti-Semitic
speech two weeks ago.
Mi Williams. American Destiny
party candidate for Congress from
the isth Congressional District.
was arrested ,luring a street cor-
ner meeting in Yorkville when he |
challenged Jews in the audience
to step up and fight. McWilliams
tion living from this industry. The
Nazis made two great changes:
they changed the name of Lodz in-
to the nam of Litzmannstadt in
commemoration '( General Litz
Mann, who commanded German
troops in this area during the last
war. The old General Litzmann
became one Of the first National
Socialists and a Nazi member of
the reichstag. When Hindenburg
Rapidly forging ahead as the
spokesman for anti-Semitic and
pro-Nazi groups in this country.
McWilliams. who has promised to
do for this country what Hitler
has done for Germany, has fre-
quently! attacked public officials.
including President Roosevelt and
Mayor LaGnardia.
In his defense, McWilliams
maintained that his speeches, how-
opposed National Socialism. Hit-
ler chose General Litzmann as the lever anti-Semiti
5f!
fe- -M *H* n 'j*fcr^rv^iatcThoo'd WednesdaTat-the Beth David Talmud Torah. Among
Scene at the Mother-Daughter Luncheon sponsored by the Beth ua u g ^ Weintraub. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs. Joe
cle^^^ ^^ ^^ LUiS MWU"' ^^ ISidre Fine> 0nd Mr8,
Sam Ehrlich, chairman of the affair.
state is without the power to pro-
tect itself or its citizens from the
licentiousness of the press or of
speech.
The test is. as I see it: does
the matter which is distributed, or
the words spoken, tend to a brea
of the peace'.' If it does, then
there is no constitutional protec-
tion for the act of distribution i
speaking, and a person commit-
ting eithl r one of these acts in
the City of New York may be ar-
rested and prosecuted under the
disorderly conduct statutes.
"The Supreme Court of the
Unite states has held that "n
to epithets or personal abuse is
not in any proper sense communi-
cation of information or opinion
safeguarded by the Constitution,
and its punishment as a criminal
act would raise no question under
that instrument'."
McWilliams. who announced he
would appeal the decision, was
given five days to raise the fine.
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PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY. JULY 12, 1910
FRANCE
FASCIST COUNTRY
London (WNS) The Republic
of France, for generations a great
center of culture and freedom, re-
nounced its democracy and fell in-
to line with the other Fascist pow-
ers in Europe when both the cham-
ber of deputies and the senate vot-
ed approval of a bill granting the
government of Marshal Petain
full powers to write a new consti-
tution. The vote in the chamber
was 395 to 3.
From Vichy, France, where the
French legislative bodies con-
vened, it was learned that the now
French government will be mod-
eled along the lines of totalitar-
ian Italy and Spain, with former
Premier Pierre Laval, long a
friend of Nazi Germany and Italy
the real power behind a figure-
head government of .Marshal Pe-
tain.
While diplomatic circles here
considered it too premature to
Ask Liberality in
Immigration Laws
Transylvania Jews
Are Apprehensive
While attention was focused on
Hungary, which has demanded
the return of Transylvania, the
Jews of that area became the tar-
gets of increasing anti-Semitism.
Jewish leaders in Transylvania,
according to one report, were said
to be discussing a mass migration
New York (WNS)A plea to
the legislative and executive
branches of the Federal Govern-
ment and to the American public
to safeguard "the fundamental
texture of democracy" in any pro-
gram of action against the "fifth
column" and the enemies of dem-
ocracy, was made by a conference
of Presidents of Synagogues, fra- to Palestine, Africa, or anywhere
ternal lodges and welfare agen- else they would be permitted.
cies held at the HI AS building. I Police Cluj and Oradea,
Representatives of 600 relig- j Transylvania cities which have
ious and fraternal bodies unani- jJewish populations of 2.000 and
mously adopted a resolution which 30.000 respectively, have adv.se
expressed approval of the legal Jews to remove holy books and
measures necessary "for the pro- other valuables from synagogues
tection of the interest of the j "d to appear in public as little
United States and for safeguard- j s possible.
ing this republic against the ne-1 Economic restrictions against
farious activities of agents in the Jews in thai ana are expected by
employ of foreign governments Jewish leaders, in diplomatic cir-
and the enemies of democracy." cles it was said that .lews in
The resolution stressed, how- Transylvania may be Baved from
ever, the need to differentiate be- anti-Jewish riots, however, since
tween "fifth column" elements j the outbreak of demonstrations
and "the overwhelming majority might furnish Hungary with a
of immigrants who came to this Pretext to move her troops into
make predictions about the future I country recently or have in the Transylvania.
of France's 400.000 Jews, includ-[past fled from persecution abroad |
ing many thousands of Jewish and who are. in every sense, lova
refugees from Greater Germany,
they wire1 agreed thai the Jews as
a minority would fare no better
than they have in other European
Fascist countries.
Meanwhile, the French Govern-
ment, under the careful tutelage
of Berlin, ordered officials in Mo-
rocco to arrest Edouard Daladier,
former Premier and war minister,
and Georges Mandel, former inter-
to the ideals of Americanism."
The conference expressed the
hope that the "humane and liber-
al policy which has hitherto char-
acterised the1 administration of
the U. S. immigration laws" will
Strictly 9L
Confidential ^Hj
(Continued from Page 4i
ior minister, and other former {to which they cannot at present
members of the government who return."
fled from France, and to return __________________
them to France for trial, it was j AUTHOR IN HANDS
reported here.
It was also reported that the
new French government would
weed out outspoken anti-Nazi ele-
ments among the French people
and punish them for "starting the
war" against the Nazi government
which brought Frame to her
knees.
be continued and made manifest Germany, and is not to In- con-
in the case of those who came to fused with our own Worldwide
the United States as "temporary News Servicerecently devoted a
visitors from lands abroad which whole piece to a denunciation of
the throes of war and him as a warmonger He treas-
ures that release together with a
clipping from Mussolini's Regime
Fascista which carries his photo,
with those of Dr. Stephen S.
OF FRENCH GESTAPO Wise. New York's Mayor LaGnar-
--------- |dia. and other notables, designat-
London (WNS) Dr. Friedrich 'nK them as dangerous characters
Wolff, famous German Jewish I- Dangerous to Fascism, that
writer and author of the anti-Nazi meansand the label is a badge of
play. "Professor Mamlock," was honor Friends of Florida's
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among the 3.000 refugees from
Germany, Jewish and non-Jewish,
who have fallen into the hands of
the Gestapo in France, it was re-
liably repented here.
Meanwhile, the' Fasi i-t press in
has begun a campaign for
a government modeled along the
line's of the totalitarian states.
The Fascist press demands that
anti-Semitism be made part of a
new government's program.
It was l.arne.l here that the
Senator Pepper, hom a German
Bmbaasj staff member ;~ said to
have challenged to a duel, claim
that he's ready tei meet the Nazi
challenger He's armed him-
self with a slingshot "just in case
one of those Goliaths comes
around." they sa) \- one who
leave- the reading i the funnies
tei the younger generation we
haven't kept up with the career of
Superman, who occasionall)
era-lies the news when
Examining Arab patients at Hebrew University's Malaria Research
Station at Rosh Pinah, located in Upper Galilee. Palestine, on the edge
Of the great Huleah swamps. Extensive research by the Univers ty's
scientists in the Control and prevention Of malaria has been of gnat
value to the country in greatly reducing the previously heavy death
toll taken by this disease, and in making colonization possible in large
areas Of the country previously uninhabitable.
a censor fr HammcrMiin's approval
membership ,,t the anti-Semitic bans him and a dictator denounces Paramount Pictures 1 .,;,.....I,a
Party. Croix-de-fou, headed by him But we though, you'd like ',, ZJ^t'lLT^"
who draws the bulge-muscled he- dividends during the last five
ro. and Jerry Siegel. who thinks years Libby Holman's long-
up his adventures (and what ad- heralded entry into the serious
ventures they are!) Mrs. Ad- 'drama may take place this sum-
am L. Glmbel is not only the wife I mer, in one of the barn theatres...
of the president of one of Man- I
Button's swankiest department GIGGLE DEPARTMENT
Stores, Saks Fifth Avenue, but al- I We relay to you the following,
so the head ..f its fashion design- whicH Walter Winchell credits I 1
ing staff. She's head over heels the German Consul, of all p. opl
in work th.-e days, because this [, geems that five hundred
fall none of her new models will German soldiers, who had died in
be coming from Paris, hut must ,,a:1 knocked ;l, ,,.
all be made m America Long heaven St. Peter peered out
distance song-writing is indulged and Bhook his head at th.
in l>> Oscar Hammerstein, II. and the crowd "Only two of you
Jerome hem :)s,-:,r phones can enter." he decreed "But,"
his lyrics from New York to Kern they protested, 'all five hui
m Hollywood, and hern a little ,., ua ,,. ,.,, ,;..,,.,,, s,
. Why can't we get in?" .
"Because," answered St. 1 et< r,
veiling
DkubbU Every. "-' La Rocque, has spurted to new ... know that the creatures of this ,,. hasTuideH itto ,"' F9?' "' haV6 '"''" Btatemen1
k. FtoHd. highs Since Marsha, Petain became newcomer to the funny page are as" "gM tJ' 5232 ", ^""'"l?** ""V^
-------------------------------j premier f defeated France. wo Jewish hoys-Joe Shuste, e.....er eight million doH. in ^iav." ""^ """
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FRIDAY. JULY 12, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORmiAN
PACK SEVEN

THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BT HAKRY SCHWARTZ)
Home Camp
w- arp nleased to announce the of group discussion. Every Thurs-
addition of two more projects to
llUr Home Camp curriculum Dr.
Harold Rand, our camp physician,
while away on his honeymoon, vis-
red and observed many home
camps in the middle-west and
brought back with him some of the
they have had excellent programs
better ideas. As a result, Dr. Rand
has instituted a course in general
Hygiene and Correct Posture.
Talks are given to the children
several times during the week in
ine subjects. Our thanks to
Dr. Hand for his unselfish devo-
tion to the cause of youth.
He returned from his honey-
iate Sunday night and the
kiddies were uppermost in his
mind because he came to the .amp
the following morning instead ot
to his busy office. Orchids
to you. Dr. Harold Rand.
0 more we appeal to the
I spirited citizens to assist
,;. in placing the underprivileged
children in our Home Camp. We
., large waiting list of child-
ren who need our facilities and
afford to pay for the privi-
lege. Will some public spirited
: respond and give these kid-
..II opportunity to be with us?
They need it.
Maurice Grossman, our execu-
tive director, reports that parents
are so enthused over the Home
Camp that many of them have
! the Y We wish more
people would take this fine exam-
ple and join with us so that we
might carry on this great work.
Have you received our new athlet-
ic program? If not. call the Y
and get your copy. It announces
in detail, tiie entire athletic sched-
ule for all divisions of the Y and
is also worth while as a souvenir.
Installation llanquet
Plans have been completed for
the joint installation banquet and
dance of the Y. W. and Y. M. H. A.
which will be held at the Tides
Hotel Sunday. July 28th at 7:00
k. Tickets are $1.50 per per-
son and may be procured at the
office of the Y or from the instal-
lation committee members, includ-
ing the following: Mathew S.
Bandler, chairman; K. Albert Pal-
lot, Henry Hohauser. Lew Safan,
Joseph A. Berman, and William
Shayne.
At this writing the program has
not been completed. Announce-
ments will be made next week in
these columns.
The Forum
One of the most rapid growing
groups in the Y is the Forum Club
which is composed of boys and
girls from the ages of 18 years
and up. During the short while
that they have been in existence
day night they meet at the Y club-
rooms and a prominent speaker
attends and gives a short talk
after which an open forum is held.
Questions are asked from the au-
dience and answered by the speak-
er. Last Thursday evening, Dr.
Paul Reed, head of the Department I Blackies.'Harry Schwartz ;'"siTver-
Ol Sociology at the University of streaks, Abe Silver.
Miami, was the principal speaker.
We urge all boys and girls who
are eligible to join this fine group.
The Forum Club is also a partici-
pating member of the Dade Coun-
ty Youth Council.
League team has won 8 games and
lost 2.
Over on the Beach our Y team
lost out in the finals of the first
half championship after leading
for the greater part of the season.
Lets hope they'll cop the second
half championship
Howling league
The teams' standings for the
fifth week follows:
Team G
Demons ..............................15
Supermen ....... ................15
Rangers ............................15
Bombers ............................15
Blackies .....15
Silverstreaks ....................15
Manager, Jack Apte. Captains:
Demons, Hal Levenson; Supermen,
Al Berkowitz; Rangers, Abe Wein-
er; Bombers. Abe Berkowitz;
w L
9 6
9 6
8 7
8 7
7 8
4 11
Individual Scores
Team
Sam Tend rich
Al Berkowitz
Hal levenson
G
.... 15
15
.....12
Harry Schwartz ......15
Joe Berman ........12
Junior Division
All is in readiness for the skat- I Louis Spector 9
ing party which will be held on Leo I.ipowsky .......... 3
Monday night. July 1"> at the Ye-' Sol Levin 16
netian Skating Rink, 27th Ave. Abe Berkowitz ......15
and S. Dixie Highway. Tickets Abe Silver 15
are but 35c and the proceeds will Herman Waitsmun .11
go to the library fund. If you Leroy Feldman 15
want to have a good time and at Murry Streit 15
the same time patronize a worthy Abe Wciiier 12
cause, make up a party and go living Querido
skating on Monday night, July 15. Jules Spector .....
Finance Committee ','"' Silverman......
_ Marvin Rubin ...
The fust meeting of the house Walter Mackauf
committee, under the new admin- pavid KS(.,lthal
istration, of which your scribe is William Liberoff
chairman took place Monday George |,.,vis
n'Kh\. ,ulX,u8th: l tlu' l,brar? of Sara Beckman
the Y. Ihe following members |,(.t(, (;a|.v,.u
of the committee were appointed Jac|t Apte
to take charge as follows: Jules Harold Herkowit/.
Wilson. tools and supplies; Nat Blumberg
( harles Hlau, maintenance of p,.;,,,^ Rose
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Rabbi Leon S. Land
Rabbinical President
Detroit (WNS)Rabbi Leon S.
Land, of the Germantown Jewish
Center of Philadelphia, was elect-
ed president of the Rabbinical As-
sembly of America at the conclud-
ing session of the 40th annual con-
vention of that organization Rab-
bi [..-111.1 succeeds Dr. Max Arzt.
Other elected officers include:
Dr. Louis H. Levitsky, of Newark,
N. J., vice president; Dr. Israel
M. Goldman, of Providence, R. I.,
treasurer; Rabbi Joseph Miller of
Brooklyn, N. Y., recording secre-
tary, and Rabbi Isidor Signor of
Brooklyn, corresponding secre-
tary.
Members of the new executive
102 |council include: Rabbi Herman M.
Cohen, of St. Paul, Minn.; Rabbi
William P. Greenfield, of West-
bury, Conn.; Rabbi Max Davidson,
of Perth Amboy, N. J.; Rabbi Ab-
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JOSEPH A. BERMAN
(The writer will be glad to answer
any problem of his readers. Write
to him in care of this newspaper)
Your Child's Budget
Budgets are beneficial. When a
child has reached the age of five,
he should understand the value of
the things he needs and uses. Each
mother would do well to establish
a budget plan for her daughter or
son.

Let the child have a small allow-
ance. It makes no difference how
small it it; the child should feel
that he possesses something of
value in his own individual right.
Mother should guide her son or
daughter in their purchases. A
child should never be permitted to
go on a 'spending spree." Some of
her savings should be used for
"giving." This will correct any
possible selfishness that the child
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York City; Rabbi Aaron Wise or
Schnectady, N. V.. and Rabbi San-
ders Torfield. of Houston. Texas.
PALESTINE POLICE
ON MILITARY BASIS
some of his personal needs. He
will realize that it costs something
to satisfy wants. Let him buy his
little school requirements. He will
appreciate them more.
As he grows, his small pur-
chases will branch out into var-
ious fields. Let his allowance
permit him to buy a fruit for him
to eat on his way to school. He
Jerusalem (WNS-PalCOr Agency I will in this way discover that food
The Palestine police comprising must be paid for and would help
liritish. Jewish and Arab consta- | him realize the importance of its
bles, have been placed on a mill- 'm,"K'r election.
tat v basis for the duration of ; Some percentage of the allow-
ance must be saved. There was a
little girl who wanted to save ev-
side properties; Lew Safan. gym. q Goldsmith
field, athletic activities; Al Keis- tju;"(,s Wilson
man. lockers, showers and bil-
liards; H.-niy Gabbe, maintenance
of power, cooling and ventilating;
Leon Lieberman. meetings and
programs;-Al Rosenfeld, mainten-
ance of property in building.
It is planned to have seven
members of each division repre-
sented on this committee who will
work in cooperation with the gen-
eral house committee. The next
meeting will be held on Monday.
July loth at which time report*
of the various subcommittees will
be received. This is the nucleus
of a splendid house committee.
each member of which will be in
charge of a particular service.
We ask the cooperation of all
members.
Schemer Brothers Star
What a game it was with Izzie
pitching and Maxie catching. They
just seemed to click with ease.
Maxie was talking it up to baby
brother and it worked like magic.
Herby Cohen did some nice pitch-
ing. What with bases loaded he
struck the batter out. But that
about finished him for the night.
Personally I think he was sav-
ing some oomph for the game Family Supper and Card Party
played Wednesday with the Y. H. Only one more week and our
C. A. The game ended with a Ka|a family supper and card party-
score of 15-4. Incidentally the will be held. Sunday evening
losing team was Miami Laundry. j]y 2lst on the Y Athletic Field,
This Miami team seems to be do- g.rown.Upa an<| children will en-
ing just a bit better than the jv ., delicious supper followed by
t.ani that plays on the Beach. varj0us card games for the adults.
Maybe they get more cooperation. |n charg,e ,,f arrangements is Mrs.
You're sure to meet your friends Kngler. who is calling a meet-
al the games which are played at jng nf ||(,,. ,,m]nj,t,.,, Monday eve-
ning at her home, 1687 S. W. llth
hostilities, in accordance with a
s.7 proclamation issued by the High
**7 I Commissioner in a Gazette Extra-
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,_' ordinary. The police will be sub-
^'j ject to army regulations and will
S4 perform military duties as re-
84 I quired.
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Harv Kamins
Mike Adler
Mi.k.y Lubel ...
Hob Schweitzer
Milton Friedman
Aaron Freilich
Oscar Argintar
Demons and Supermen Tied
Although the Demons and Sup-
ermen are leading the Y Duck Pin
League, the team that surprised
everyone, including themselves,
were the Rangers, led by their
captain. Abe Weiner, when they
defeated the Silverstreaks in three
straight games to go into a tie
for third place with the Bombers.
Sammy Tendrich continues to lead
the Y League in toppled pins with
a total of 1585 pins for an aver-
age of 105. Everyone invited to
come out and cheer their favor-
ites next Tuesday at the Miami
Recreation Alleys.
Y. W. H. A. NOTES
228 IMMIGRANTS IN
PALESTINE IN JUNE
Jerusalem (WN'S-Palcor Agen-
cy)Figures made public here by
the Jewish Agency Immigration
Department revealed that 228 im-
migrants arrived in Palestine dur-
ing the month of June.
Mr. I. Joffe, director of the Fed-
eration, which will be held at the
Y in August.
The Y. W. H. A. is donating two
scholarships to the Y Home Camp
for some needy children.
The next regular meeting will
be held Wednesday. July 17th.
cry penny she got but she also
wanted her mother to buy her lit-
tle needs. This little girl must be
taught the disadvantage of hoard-
ing. On the other hand there are
many children who don't know
what "savings" means. Such a
situation is equally as wrong.
Therefore, indicate that the sav-
ings must be toward a definite
goal. This will develop the sense
of achievement.
A child's playthings should have
a definite money value to her.
Children must learn that recrea-
tion costs money. This will keep
toys from being needlessly de-
destroyed and games from "out-
living their usefulness as soon as
the novelty is gone.
Children must learn that their
material possessions, their wealth,
are to be taken as a serious re-
sponsibility. A child taught ac-
cording to such rules will mature
with sensible spending habits and
will appreciate more heartily the
things he has and does.
Miami Field and Miami Annex. At
the present time the Y Civic
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Knitting
K.....'.' ;.' .1 -' wing for the
Red Cross continues every after-
noon under the guidance of Mrs.
.1. Wilson, chairman, assisted by
Mrs. Iris Blumberg, Mrs. Rosalind
Berman, Mrs, Alice Waitsman and
Mrs. Blanche Strauss, at the Y
clubrooms.
Glee Club
Mrs. Mildred Rubinstein, chair-
man of the Y. W. Glee Club, urges
all members who are interested in
joining this club to communicate
with her. The Glee Club will pre-
sent several musical numbers on
the joint installation program, so
join immediately,
News
Mrs. Alice Waitsman was ap-
pointed Y. \V. chairman to assist
the men with reservations for the
installation banquet. For reser-
vations phone her at .1-3083.
Miss Sarah Shochet was ap-
pointed chairman of the Y. W.
committee to assist the men at
the reception to be tendered to
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY. JULY 12. IIH.I
DR. JACQUE8 MARITAIN
One of the foremost contemporary Catholic philosophers and a
member of the Pontificial Academy, delivered a public lecture at the
Jewish Theological Seminary of America a short while back. The lec-
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Police Check Up On
Bundsmen, Frontists
New York (WNS)Scores of
members of the German-American
Bund, Christian Front and Chris-
tian Mobilizers were rounded up
by the police and questioned about
the explosion at the World's Fair
which took the lives of two detec-
tive! and injured five other police
officers.
The two detectivea were killed
while examining a bomb which had
ju.'t been removed from the
crowded British pavilion and tak-
en to an isolated section of the
Pair. Shortly after the explos-
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the city, questioning every known
pro-Nazi, including John F. fas-
sidy, one of the Christian Front-
ists recently acquitted of con-
spiring to overthrow the United
States government.
While city officials praised the
heroism of the police officers who
removed the bomb from the Brit-
ish pavilion, saving hundreds from
death or injury, an aroused police
department pressed its investiga-
tion. A detective was sent to An-
dover, N. J. to question three
officers of the Nasi Bund who
had been arrested earlier in the
day. charged with the violation of
New Jersey law against the
wearing of a non-ofliiial uniform.
Other detectives arrested Caee-
ar Kroeger. described as a form-
er merber of the German-Ameri-
can Bund, after they found two
l.uger revolvers in his apartment.
Each revolver was covered with
a copy of Adolf Hitler's "Main
Kampf." Kroeger was held for
violation of the Sullivan law.
Meanwhile, it was reported that
the explosive might have been
part of the 3 sticks of dynamite
stolen last may 2 from a construc-
tion shack at the new Free Syn-
agogue building.
U. S. To Receive
Refugee Children
Now York (WNS) The evacu-
ation of English and other war
refugee children to the United
State- and Canada will get under
way this week and by the end of
August 30.U00 young children will
be on this continent, one half of
them in the United States, it was
announced here.
J. Roland Kobison. liasion offi-
cer between the Children's Over-
seas Reception Board, official
British agency for the child ref-
ugees, and tile United States com-
mittee for the Can I European
Children, annuouneed that ;> per
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.ind sleeves. Remark the shields on each house. It is following the
symbols on these shields that the houses were named. Later on many
lews accepted these very names as their own names. The house of the
Rothchild familyby the way, situated on the very street in the
picturederived from the red shield marking their house.
had been booked for 1 he children
and "the only reason why more
children are not coming is because
we haven't got more ships."
In London, it was reported, the
Board of Deputies of British Jews,
following a conference with the
children's Overseas R e c e p t i <> n
Hoard, had established a special
committee to expedite the evacua-
tion of Jewish children, many of
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* *AGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. JULY 12. 1940 wJewisti IFHariidliiaHi 1TBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. (). Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue FRED K. SHOCHET. Managing Editor Entered as second class matter July 3. 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March .!. 179 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, West Palm Beach Representative SCBSCHIPTION One Year Six Months $2.00 ..$1.00 FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1940 VOLUME 13 No. 28 THE ZIONIST CONVENTION ularly ... and it was a pleasure, at that meeting, for the organization to meet Isaac Joffe, the newly appointed executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Brother Joffe (I can call him Brother because he became a member at our meeting) should prove an asset to the Jewish people and to the community as a whole in this field ... a beautiful Jewish Flag was presented to our Ixidge by Brother Isidore GoldBtein. Although Brother Goldstein was not present at themeetins; as he is vacationing in New York, I am sure that he was with us in spirit and if he reads this column I am certain that he will appreciate hearing about it Brother Goldstein, who is a comparatively new member has shown splendid cooperation in procuring members and cooperating in other B'nai B'rith functions Congratulations to Brothers Harold Rand and Milton Friedman not only upon their recent marriage but for attending our meeting so soon after their marriage and continuing their fine work and above all for bringing their lovely wives to join with the Ladies Auxiliary. Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PKHrZAI J. MI10JC) The 13rd convention of the Zionist Organization of America. Which closed last week in Pittsburgh, was unlike other conventions in recent years. It was not faced with the necessity of rallying public ^^ haye 1|(n com pj eted >, opinion for a political fight, such as those which were called forth by Bpother A1Kll g. Berkley in the Palestine partition plan, the White Paper and the curtailment of charge of .„., ..,. ... ,,,, our ih immigration into the Holy Land. ^ R h ,,.,,;,. i, Ul ll be held at This year as the Zionist convention met the Jewish homeland was Seagladea Pool and I in the (trip of something infinitely vastly than a > ith the ( M h 0(] T Power. Palestine was at war. its sources of >pport .in .. ght( July 23 o'clock Europe had been wiped out. As never before in ithistory, the Yisupport from the United State-. So, this convention may not have been "exciting" in the same sense g ^ ^ paid up he convei i i year were. The convention knew will be and refreshments all of which is fret to mbera a tl girl friends a of America had to do; it remained only for them to ^_. iM ,_ ; i detail from Eliezer Kaplan, treasurer of the Jewish Vgencj ills of what Palestine Jewry expects of them. ,; nothing dramatic about the inevitable, but this is not the tor d riatics. tedlj spend a most enjoyA contest there as. For five hourthe delegates debated over BW( evening ,l„. ,group supportd Edmund I. Kaufmann for president ... to succeed Dr. Solomon Goldman. Another group sought the esUbg .. b memberS in lishment of a seven-man "collegium." But after the debate, when d and this beach i be an land those ol a most mann was elected, the issue was put aside and the convention ended on a note of harmony with Louis Lipsky, leader of the opposition, lufmann to the convention. If the convention presented little in the waj of fireworks, il it have big nameas guest speakers, this ino( necessarily to wredit. It was a meeting which felt the pall of the blackout in Wh-^* & t .^^^^J^^jiupoV. or if you would be g I do-namely, to give support to the Jew** homeland ... its darLesTTJ^ ^ J^ ta Uu tl ,, u „le. hour-they d n't have to shout about it. immediately, to We are glad of the quiet and determined harmony that came out Of the convention. To Mr. Kaufmann, the new president, we wish all success. good standing, thenare a great many of broth are delin%  in their du< ... a i. mittw has b< i n api ed to try to bring tl. up to date in tl I •' coopi Ltfa them when called THE ZIONIST FRONT Don't let anybody kid you—there's real harmony among the Zionists today Edmund I. Kaufmann's election to the presidency at the Pittsburgh convention was supposed to be a revolution, but what it turned out to be a love-feast Actually the idea of a collegium working as a cabinet has been carried out Vice President Solomon Goldman will have the portfolio of culture. Vice President Israel Goldstein will handle organization affairs, Vice President Lipsk] will oe in charge of propaganda. Vice Presidents Stephen S. Wise and Robert Szold will handle political affairs, and Vice Presidents Morris Rothcnberg and Abba Hillel Silver will have all-around duties without specific portfolios This isn't official yet, but it will be President Kaufmann—whom a jokester called Wendell (Wilkie) Kaufmann because of the blitzkreig technique of his election—intends to make his cabinet work in all temperatures, but in the right regional set-up The first cabinet meeting was held at Atlantic City on July 5th, and we suppose that when the cold weather sets in the cabinet will meet in Mr. Kaufmann's luxurious hotel at Hollywood Emanuel Neumann is slated for the position of assistant to the president HITS OF INTEREST After that bomb explosion in the New York office of the Di scher Handels und Wirtschaftsdiehst a couple-of weeks ago. Assist Di tricl Attor Ja ob V. Ro enbloom rushed down. i:i his official capacity, .... When he was announced to the Nazi executivi chargi of the office, 1 the German tactfully turned Jewish official entered the ro D hat in the i rt to tak< i iff Gcrma | i Alsal tan sin-;.: rd ? ... \] he fai t that when you buy a g< • I you gel with il ears that he is a full • A: \ an" %  %  of J ilood It put rat in il an ere n tl if its trainer ha Jewish blood in him Perhaps these German bike cham i i lumnists at all, but were merely meant i a. i,is But anyway, so much hullaballoo was raised m their pr> i ana so much suspicion centered about them tl the purpi se of thi ir visit to these shores was nullified And so thi %  A ordered to go back to Hitlerland before the month is o Neal O'Hara why no accounting is ever made of all I monej I v. a collect at home and among their sympathizers in (• Is for their fam us winter relief ... A new fashion that -e pans is to answer the phone with the p ,1 of the tradil "Hell "... And a Broadv. etymologist declares thai it's Hitler who pul the "s" before "laugl B'NAI B'RITH T [ought to try to do something to help the people in the war-torn NOTES by Harold Turk Remember that the membership drive which started some time ago is still on. It was put aside temporarily to come extent due to the Walter C. Kovner. lngrahani Building, or Marx Feinberg, Olympia Building. An athletic committee has countries and further suggested come into being m B na.H nth that we could probably help by and Brother Max Goldstein raising funds for the Red Cross. |chairman of said committee This idea became a reality through the splendid efforts and work of Brother Aronovitz and all of those who helped and cooperated with him Speaking about help and eration, I originally agreed to take 100 tickets and suggested I have been informed that a golf tournament has been planned, so get out those rusty clubs and try to break 100. or if you are Brothers Dr. Pepper or Max Goldstein, try to break 70 ... a bowling team is being organized. This is diwould procure "several rected especially to you who have friends to help me sell them. My developed a little too much weight porariiy to some extent clue to me i,.e,.u S t „ ..... .... • %  -, i m jd. 8 ection, fact that most of the members tickets wer. give, to me under the und the mM see < were cooperating on the Red Cross drive. Now that the Red Cross affair is over we all should get behind Brother Eisenstein and show him that we appreciate his untiring efforts by procuring new member* Honorable mention to name of Harold Turk et al. I would like to take this opportunity to mention the names of several people who hi Iped "le dispose Plans for the Slate F< deration Convention to be held in Miami over the Labor Day week-end, er Kovner, Abe Mazor, Dr. J. J. Brother l>i Friedus who brought I Falk. Mitchell Kassanof. Gewge in eight new members (you will Schwartz and others in addirecall that he recently brought in tion to B na, B rith raising the five) I know from experience large sum of money Chat we did, and 'observation that there are which will undoubtedly help a many members who are desirous ;great many people, we have the of joining B'nai B'rith and who additional satisfaction of knowing are waiting to be approached. If that a great number of people in you who are reading this column are one of those, why not take the initiative and call Brother Leo Eisenstein or any other officer or myself. Brother Eisenstein's number is 5-2735. • • • An example of great ideas springing from children was manifested when Brother Abe Aronovitz's 10 year old daughter suggested to him that the B'nai B'rith these tickets and to thank I September lat and 2nd, are being them they are Brothers Waltcompleted. Committees are being a pointed and the work in preparation for the Convention will require many details. If you would like to serve on one of the Committees please Contact Brother Al Pallot, or any of the officers or myself. Your servicesare needed and will be appreciated more about the convention and the details will appear in subsequent columns. • • Brother James Leonard and his wife are leaving for New York this Sunday and I am sure that we all join in wishing them a most enjoyable trip Brother Leonard certainly deserves a vacation after all the work he has done in I B'nai B'rith activities these last this community who never heard of B'nai B'rith and did not know anything about our organization, now know about us. They have voiced their appreciation for the work that we have done and the spirit in which we did it. • • • It was nice to see Brothers Sam Lachman and Dr. Julius Pearson at our lost meeting. I trust that they will attend our meetings reg-1couple of months. ABOUT PEOPLE % I— > YOU SHOULD KNOW The fall of Paris brought Hitler a rich haul of his favorite victim. Not only all the German intellectuals who had left Naziland for France and the Jewish refugees whom the French kept in concentration camps are now in Hitler'hands, but he'll also be able to exerci-e his vengeance on Herschel Grynaipan, I youth who shot at Nazi attache in Paris a couple of years ago \nd if you want an inkling ol what Grynazpan'a fate will be. just remember that it was after hiassa-sination of viim Rath that the Nazis had their infamousynagogue-burning spree Now that we've seen "The Mortal Storm" we are doubly insistent that >ou see this film It's one of the most moving portraits of life in Naziland that could be imagined, and our only complaint against it is one that has been voiced by many other-, namely, why wasn't this picture issued years ago, as soon as Phyllis Bottome's novel was published? An anti-Hitler comedy starring Claudette Colbert and Ray Milland ibeing readied in Hollywood • "Arise, 'My Love," is the title and it's written by the scenarists ol "Ninotchka" REFUGEE REPORT A refugee in England is Henri Bernstein, the French playwi Only a few months ago he built a new theatre in Paris—but hi to leave it to Hitler ... A fascinating book about refugees and oth Kws who eventually head toward Palestine has just been published b Robert Neumann, himself a refugee from Ilitlerism ... Its ch portraitare really something to write home about That N trick of planting Gestatpo agents in batches of refugees is adding the hardships of those G< rman Jews who have been fortunate enough to get visas for this hemisphere ... So aware are Uncle Sam and h Latin neighbors of the Fifth Column peril that they go over ever;. coming group with a fine-tooth comb to weed out spies and troubli makers This of course means long detention and greuling complete surprise to him. since in one of his own books, publisl twelve years ago. this line occurs: "Ry 1940 France will exis' longer" But of course it was the villain of the piece who uUered this sentiment *.. The Jewish Morning Journal's Jacob Fishman tells us. not without pride, that the World News Ser\ice —which originates in Erfurt. % (Continued on Page 6)



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FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE i BETH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL open every week in the year and Sunday Sessions begin Sunday morning October 20, 1940, ending Sunday morning, May 25th. 1941. EVERY MONDAY MORNINC-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 WEDNESDAY — Senior Hadassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4 i>. m. at Temple Israel Vestry Room, benefit Red Cross. EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross at Y Clubrooms. EVERY THURSDAY EVENING B'nai B'rith bowling (tames at Miami Recreation Center 7:30 Calendar of Events 'gregation Synagogue Dedication. 25—National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section opening Fall Meeting. Board Meeting 10 a. m. followed by luncheon and general meeting. 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 organisations, is ready to serve any time in the matter of clearing dates. NAZI THREATS OVER-SHADOW SWEDEN ,i. v although small in number, have played an important %  i loi ment of eefu tntry's li p. m. SECOND AND FOURTH TUESDAYS of each month, regular meeting of Sholem I>odgc B'nai B'rith. JULY 14—Bialik Branch Jewish National Worker's Alliance of Great22—Junior Division Y. M. H. A. er Miami. Get-Acquainted picWatermelon Party, nic, Greynolds Park. 23 B'nai B'rith Beach Party. 14—PioinnWomen's Organiza23—Workmen's Circle Boat Ride tion for Palestine of Greater Miami. Card Party. 15 Junior Division Y. M. II. A. Skating Party Venetian Kink. :. sisl Bea h Comilai Meetfi p. in. ; Hen's b of Tempi I OCTOBER 6—Miami Beach Mizrachi. Men and Women's Divisions, Opening Meeting. 20—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Succoth Party. 20—Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami. Dinner. 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. 24—Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine of Great r Miami. Literary evening. 28 -Joint Installation of the Y. M. 26—Ladies Auxiliary Miami JewII. A.. Y. W. H. A. and Y. Junish Orthodox Congregation • •_ for their par. • out bj Kazis. The pictu. t left, S i right. Pi v %  I ron 1 of '<" %  •' • 'en. Lo %  Hugo Vale, n gj i. Zionism. ; M ,,,.„ M r 21 ii .—.__•• •— — — — •— — -— — —• —*• | __ _. —_ r w- rp -%r ior Division. Tides Hotel, Mi' ami Beai h. 2 Piom ft'oi Org Greatei i 'AUGUST Circl A 20—Ladies A i F.veni Membership Tea. LITNational Council of .1 Women Miami Section Board Mt i a. m. to 12 noon. DEC EMBER Wot leeting 2 p. m. hanOi h SOCIETY • M ri M ltm m i r daughti rs, M t %  Home. %  v. 122 -Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-1 B'N \1 B'RITH PLANS ACTIVITIES B'nai B'rith is e go] tournament for oi |j S inday aft i 2 • at Miami Springs Golf with valuable prizes to be the Winni rs. Following a: namelit a buffet supiu r held at the Seaglade Restant. All those interested in ring are requested to contact | Max Goldstein at 8-7768 • Roth, 3-6288. July 23rd the regular social meeting of the Lodge will be held iii the form of a beach party with Albert Berkeley in charge of arguments. Details will be antnced in later issues. All members of B'nai B'rith who an interested in bowling are asked to be present every Thursday at 7:30 p. in. at the Miami Recreation (\nter where the formation Of B howling team will take plaee. and the entry into the National B'nai B'rith Bowling Tournament i< expected. Marty Milstoin is in charge. • • • SU< < IM11S TO ILLNESS b Lauton. resident of Miami for the paat thirty years and a retired builder, succumbed to an illness Wednesday evening. He was n number of Beth David and Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregations, and is survived by five sons, Julius. Irving, Israel, Hyman of Bayonne. N. J.. and Morris of Miaiu ; of Miami, Mrs. Sarah E Mrs. l.na Taub .,,.,1 \ %  Rosenthal, all \ .i. Services nducted Friday at 1:30 p. m. at the Miami Ji wish Funera Home. LEAVE FOR NEW YORK Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson. or Buraccompanied by their daughter Norma Lee, left Tuesday for New York where they will visit for several weeks. LEAVE FOR HENDERSONVILLE Dr. and Mrs-. Albert E. Rosenthai and children will leave Friday for Heiul. rsonvilk. N. C, where they will visit for the summer. Dr. Rosenthal will return to the city immediately. • • • GIVES PARTY Continuing the series of events in their summer activities the Hotel Milbum was host to their guests at a dance and watermelon party Sunday evening in the open air patio of the hotel. • • ANN! \l. BAZAAR TO BE HELD Miami Young Judaea will sponsor its annual carnival bazaar at Beth David Wednesday. July 17. The entire proceeds of the bazaar will be donated to the American Red Cross. INDUSTRIAL CENTER, personality to be I sted in as a under the i military hero believing in Hitler's mission. The second change is the Nazi's intention to mal. "judenrein" I free of Jew 81. 1 II /.MANNS T Alt T ~1 McWilliams Guilty Disorderly Conduct Magistr Vinci nl J. S in announcing his decisioi % %  ;:, e the Federal Constitul i tress shall i law abridgii speech or of tl e press, or I of people peacefully mble; and that the State ConstitU ,. ,1-v-. i i u, provides that every citizen may New ,-ork (WNM Joseph Me\ freely speak, write or publish his Williams, leader of the pro-Hitgentimen ,„, al] Bu bject8. being er Christian Mobilizers and can, vs llins ;i,i,. ,•,,, %  the abuse of that didate for Congress on an exclusright, and that no laws shall be ively anti-Semitic program, was passed to restrain or abridge the J i __.!„„ &f liberty of speech or of the press, convicted of a disorderly conduct j( 3 ^ ^ M] ^ ^ ^ Lodz has been the industrial Center of Poland. Its industry was predominantly in Jewish hands. Iboasted that his strong-arm men There was a vast Jewish populac m \,\ beat Up anybody.'' charge and receive,1 the choice ol a S">0 fine or 30 days in jail as the result of a violent anti-Semitic speech two weeks ago. Mi Williams. American Destiny party candidate for Congress from the isth Congressional District. was arrested luring a street corner meeting in Yorkville when he | challenged Jews in the audience to step up and fight. McWilliams tion living from this industry. The Nazis made two great changes: they changed the name of Lodz into the nam %  of Litzmannstadt in commemoration '•( General Litz Mann, who commanded German troops in this area during the last war. The old General Litzmann became one Of the first National Socialists and a Nazi member of the reichstag. When Hindenburg Rapidly forging ahead as the spokesman for anti-Semitic and pro-Nazi groups in this country. McWilliams. who has promised to do for this country what Hitler has done for Germany, has frequently! attacked public officials. including President Roosevelt and Mayor LaGnardia. In his defense, McWilliams maintained that his speeches, howopposed National Socialism. Hitler chose General Litzmann as the lever anti-Semiti 5f! fe-M *H* n *• 'j*fcr^r v ^i at cThoo'd WednesdaTat-the Beth David Talmud Torah. Among Scene at the Mother-Daughter Luncheon sponsored by the Beth ua u g ^ Weintraub. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs. Joe cle^^^ ^^ ^^ L UiS MWU "' ^^ ISid re Fine> 0nd Mr8, Sam Ehrlich, chairman of the affair. state is without the power to protect itself or its citizens from the licentiousness of the press or of speech. •The test is. as I see it: does the matter which is distributed, or the words spoken, tend to a brea of the peace'.' If it does, then there is no constitutional protection for the act of distribution i speaking, and a person committing eithl r one of these acts in the City of New York may be arrested and prosecuted under the disorderly conduct statutes. "The Supreme Court of the Unite states has held that "n to epithets or personal abuse is not in any proper sense communication of information or opinion safeguarded by the Constitution, and its punishment as a criminal act would raise no question under that instrument'." McWilliams. who announced he would appeal the decision, was given five days to raise the fine. You Have Tried the Rest Now Try the Best MEALS IN TOWN HOWELL'S RESTAURANT 1043 N. E 1st Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA "Prices that Are Right" (i i



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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. JULY 12. IIH.I DR. JACQUE8 MARITAIN One of the foremost contemporary Catholic philosophers and a member of the Pontificial Academy, delivered a public lecture at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America a short while back. The lecture was entitled "Human Cooperation and Diversity of Faiths." TO TAMPA, £T. PETERSBURG : AND FLORIDA i WEST COAST Two Tnin. Diily Morning train leaves Miami t JO:80 A. M. for Weit Lake Walei —parlor bui from West Lake Wales to Tampa and St. Peters* burg. COOL— AIR-CONDITIONED Evening train—sleeping cars— coaches—leaves Miami 8:00 P.M. (or Tampa, St Petersburg and Florida West Coast points, via Central Florida. .I.L-EXPENSE TOURS ^ TO N. Y. WORLD'S FAIR Economical. Complete. Ask any Travel Agent about all-expense tours via Seaboard. ttAVII NOW-TAKI A YIAI TO PAY ho red tape. Atk Seaboard Ticket Agent. Consult T. YV. Luckett, A.G.P.A, 173 East Flagler Street. Miami Telephone 3-8391 mm i lcW.ltltliTH Police Check Up On Bundsmen, Frontists New York (WNS)—Scores of members of the German-American Bund, Christian Front and Christian Mobilizers were rounded up by the police and questioned about the explosion at the World's Fair which took the lives of two detective! and injured five other police officers. The two detectivea were killed while examining a bomb which had ju.'t been removed from the crowded British pavilion and taken to an isolated section of the Pair. Shortly after the explosion, hundreds of detectives combed WOLPERT'S FURNITURE! BARGAINS' Wo Roftwe Toie Unda;sOld£ r %  155 W. FLAGLER ST: A PHONE 3-4132", V' the city, questioning every known pro-Nazi, including John F. fassidy, one of the Christian Frontists recently acquitted of conspiring to overthrow the United States government. While city officials praised the heroism of the police officers who removed the bomb from the British pavilion, saving hundreds from death or injury, an aroused police department pressed its investigation. A detective was sent to Andover, N. J. to question three officers of the Nasi Bund who had been arrested earlier in the day. charged with the violation of New Jersey law against the wearing of a non-ofliiial uniform. Other detectives arrested Caeear Kroeger. described as a former merber of the German-American Bund, after they found two l.uger revolvers in his apartment. Each revolver was covered with a copy of Adolf Hitler's "Main Kampf." Kroeger was held for violation of the Sullivan law. Meanwhile, it was reported that the explosive might have been part of the 3 sticks of dynamite stolen last may 2 from a construction shack at the new Free Synagogue building. U. S. To Receive Refugee Children Now York (WNS)— The evacuation of English and other war refugee children to the United Stateand Canada will get under way this week and by the end of August 30.U00 young children will be on this continent, one half of them in the United States, it was announced here. J. Roland Kobison. liasion officer between the Children's Overseas Reception Board, official British agency for the child refugees, and tile United States committee for the Can I European Children, annuouneed that ;> per i ent of all available spaie on passengi F ships iiora th • ; Isles up t" the ei d ol A r ( INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS DOBS TIME REALLY MARCH ON? THE YELLOW BADGE REAPPEARS Persecution Of Jews in the Middle Ages. Anti-Jewish riots in the narrow Streets Of the Ghetto of Frankfort am Main. The pictun shows clearly the Yellow Badge, designed to mark Jews, on their coats .ind sleeves. Remark the shields on each house. It is following the symbols on these shields that the houses were named. Later on many lews accepted these very names as their own names. The house of the Rothchild family—by the way, situated on the very street in the picture—derived from the red shield marking their house. had been booked for 1 he children and "the only reason why more children are not coming is because we haven't got more ships." In London, it was reported, the Board of Deputies of British Jews, following a conference with the children's Overseas R e c e p t i <> n Hoard, had established a special committee to expedite the evacuation of Jewish children, many of whom will be sent to the Dominions and the United States. FOR SALE Well Established Koxher Meal and Poultry Market :, ^ EAR LEASE Bargain for Immediate Sale BOX C. JEWISH FLORIDIAN LETTER SERVICE v„... \ til .. r* i "r %  %  IIH SW_ r.. 3-84R7MSUKft SAYWCS iTTTT 10MS rmnJ 46 snvincs nno Loan nssocinrion OF mmmi H. K. 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*"— wJewisti Florid tin w VOLUME 13—No. 28 £ 5553 Ylhe Jewish njntty /# s JEWISH AGENCY GIVES SUPPORT Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Ageny i The Jewish Agency for Palestine, which for months has been urging the British government to avail itself of the services offered by the Jewish manpower of Pale* tine, published a statement in which it assured the government of its fullest cooperation in securing adequate response to an appeal for volunteers to serve with the Koyal Air Force, and for enlistment in Army mechanical corps. In its statement the Jewish Agency appealed to the tradesmen and the craftsmen required by the armed forces to volunteer. Responding to the appeal, various .'( %  wish settlements have turned ov.r the facilities of their police stations for the registration of volunteers. The immediate offer of Jewish cooperation is in line with the frequently enunciated policy of the Jewish Agency, which last month succinctly stated its position in the following statement: "The Yishuv is calm, and it is endeavoring to carry on the normal work as best as possible under war conditions. Fmjly realising that its very existence dethe outcome of the strug gle thi Yishuv is prepared and quite ready to throw its entire collective resources, in man power %  nd eci nomic organization into %  i of the country and to 1 vi rything possible' for the %  e democrat!) world I' Btion Of the .Luis', National Home. The Yishuv looks tin mandatory government '" ta ko full and adequate measure s for the protection of Palestine against any peril and hopes thai the mandatory will make the possible use of the .lews a* loyal and faithful friends of the Alii. -.W ith the current status of Pal's northern neighbor, Syria. "• • ibje< t of many unconfirmed ranging from attempts Vian nationalist leaders to v up an independent Arab state reports that the northern por%  the French territory is nov. P'ed by Turkish troops and need for fullest expai sion o Freedom of Religion Just Peace Essential Hyde Park,~NT"Y. (WNS)—Declaring that ther,. could be no compromise between the concepts of Democracy and Fascism, President Roosevelt listed freedom of MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1940 ENDANGER JEWS BY NEW C1INET United States Warns Nazi Government Washington (WNS) — Taking cognizance of a recent statement made by the Nazi Consul General in New Orleans to the effect that ""•"" l '''n oi London (WNS) -Complete ca'" wew "eans to the effect that .,'"'!•' aS W f thl fiVe SSt '"Potation of Rumania to the G ^'"<>y would never forget that %  MM a just and enduring pea,... Rome-lie. i i„ axis as evidenced by thc United state8 had tfven help ,,.,.. —%  • nuuiv-Denin axis as evulenced bv ^ % % %  "u oi.nv.-s imu gi\cn neip X that talk about the appointment of a pro-Naxi and to thc Alhvs '" *• PMt war, %  e at this time anti-Semitic cabinet headed by Ion the StaU Department has warned the German Embassy that foreign diplomats may remain in this the elements of peace was; academic, the President said Gigurtu. close friend of Nazi <•" tne prescription of a univerField Marshal Hermann Goering 'P'"ais may remain in tins sal peace should be kept in the has endangered the lives of Ru' unu v '>•">-' they refrain mind 01 every citizen. The Thief mania's remaining 450,000 Jews trom discussing American poli.•.xecutives five ..ssentials were: diplomatic circles here were con"es in public. 'D freedom of information and vinced -n, -., i> knowledge, and of the press. | The State Department's action In a radio address to the Rufollowed an investigation of inanian people shortly after his statements made by Baron Spiegel appointment as Premier, Girgutu von uml zu I'ackelsheim, Nazi Consul in New Orleans, in which the German consular official implied that Hitler would eventually square accounts with the United States for its aid to the Allies. (2) Freedom of religion. (3) Freedom of expression. (I) Freedom from fear of attack all d threats to territorial inT ? JeWa '"' disloyalty tegrity thc country's -last hours of (8) Freedom from want, and JJ 1 f" d !" m that we wil1 'the greatest possible cultural and T* l 0 ***' '' "" PFemier commercial intercourse among ,,,' to tho a PP arent, y N*iSlatcs for ita aid to th Allies tions. mPired policy of blaming the RuTne Baron later said that he had Speaking at his regular press mania Jewa '<* •*• Russian occu, "t spoken for publication. conference. Mr. Roosevelt warned 'P^' B.-ssarabia and northern Tlu Sl;(U Departmen s „„. against ideological flirtation with '" ovma nouncement read: "It would apthe "corporate state." either as a I ( '" !" aid that the govern-1 pe ar that the German Consul Gensubstitute for democraticgovernment h "decided in the future e ral in this instance thought ollaborate in close contact!was' not7pea'kTn77or V, quotatiom those minorities which and that his statement was not merit or as a medium for compet, to c |ing with totalitarian efficiency. '"> loyally enter into the life of Ru! f or publication, and that. | rhaps Jewish Refugees a due to a misunderstanding, nubliT B -__.J • ., Without mentioning tinJews, cation was made. rapped in Libya the pro-Nazi premier continued: i ,. T1 l r ,.-. '"I do net soiwider as a minority l(k Tl lT '' rt n taken "' '--Ion WNS) -Son„,vhere in of this .ate,.,,,those who have %  "' "l" "'"'" "''^ ""' Ithe desert In Italian Libya are 300 repaid our g Fwill with hate and % r"" '" 'T^ "' Jewish refugees including many idle words. We will never forge !' '"' ''"',"' '"' > uestions re "" %  and children, fro,,, Naziand we will no, tolerate the peo1; ''""\ t0 lh: '-• ie8a "d 'P'd Poland, who were trappe I pie of Rumania forgetting the at''.'. %  '"" '"T*"" L by lh ""' hostilities I..titude that .he minority o whi h eminent %  icials in the Ll States. %  tween Greal Britain and I,;. while i in-ute •,,, Palestine, it was The refugees, penniless, are making their bonus on the hot de i rt Thenclothes in tatters. I alludi had j r j a j •• i %  % % %  lev. ,,. :ls p„j ,,; out tna ,' i pei mis-' oreign govvvhl1 nmen tinue to the .levof disloyalty, hicensors forbidding the publication in the Rumanian press of a stateremaii thi intry is di p. i .; cut on observance •<( :.".;> rul ." A. Z. A. Supports Defense Program te, of whi Peninsula, Ohio (WNS) — A wa from Nazi-held Poland to „ „„,„,,„,, 1U( since Mo ,,„ h t( pledge of full assistanc, to and inesteui,,.,, th,-v had planned to s ssl „ ns ,„lh ,. „.,, aU h;(Vc ^ wholehearted peration with the enter Paiestine illegally ,t was ncid ,,„. Rabbj attempted ,„ „„,,. are,,,-:-, of the United States govsaid here, rhe ship carrying the jsl the mcg8agei bu was not a ,. ernment 'engaged in preparing 8, tor which they had paid low ,. ( ,„ ,,„ S( j our ,i,.f ( ,-es against the insidious ,),.,,. i,,,,. I :l i.omanian press o a state' • ,i! W,8h ',"' ; ""> %  exanderSai h e Chief Rabbi here are powerless to heH them .... l[l "• had planned to make hi.state.elugees had made their men in „„. .„,,„„_ „, w| j( h h „ js exorbitant pi ices, was near Libya dared war on Gri al when Italy Britain, th the British Near Ka-t armed .or.es bvious, the government has i-fued a call for further volunteers, "> addition to those asked to enlist in the Royal Air Force. ^ Palestinian recruits, it was an^nounced, are required as officers, •on-commissioned officers and soldiers in a number of service units ncluding the Royal Engineers ( o rps and the Military Pioneer 1 orps. A new Palestinian Artisan orks Company is being formed, M W3S announced. Two separate -Mechanical Transport Companies Jor Jews and for Arabs are being •ormed by the Royal Army Service t orps, while more companies are : '"ng raised to form a Palestinan Auxiliary Corps. Two comPanies of the latter corps already exist, including one composed of English soldiers evacuated from Flanders after the surrender of t'gium. ri It was pointed out here that a!influences which thr n the exthough Government officials and '"tence of our democratic i:^i:'.uthe |ir>ss hav ( made nuich of the tion xva ~ given by the A Jewish organizations in rneste, fact that thousands of Jews, seek-I Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith i was said. a,,, negotiating with ing to escape anti-Jewish excesses organization, in a resolution adopt the Italian government for per)i;ic fU (1 l( Soviet occupied ,;,....' ed a, the closing session of its miSSHM to rescue the trapped ref. u .. M:l „„ „,,.„„„„ wag ma( e „,ITtM annual convention. ., li 'e fact that thousands of Jewish i Speaking for its more than 10.A wmewhat similar situation merchants and business men left loon members organized in 394 exists n British-controlled Malta Bessarabia and came to Bucharest chapters in over 200 communities where 188 Jewish .vtu^ee.-. head,„,,„. „, |hi s „ vu t 0l alpaUuI1 U. Z A .. argegt |( u sh ^ ed fur Palestine .... the Italian li„, ^ rhvr ^.^.^^ atu m|)ts to !g : ..„i 7 .„tion in the country, declared er Rodi were forced to debark. halt anti .Jewish riots have been that "while it still hopes for our The Rod, was near.ng Palestine r ei aX eri and om R uman i an ne „,. when it was stopped by British p aper went so f „ as lo t a „ for ft warships and escorted to Malta. UOKroni Dec laring that the Jews he Rodis passengers, equipshowod .. grvat joy .. at tnc Russjan ped with legal visas to the Holy occupation, the newspaper charged Land, are subjected to almost daily |th at 'the Jews betraved us" and bombardments by Italian airsa id that silent answers will not planes. A report from Malta statbe enough. ed that the Jewish Refugees are | The newspaper attacked the well treated but haven't the funds Chief Rabbi for contributing to a to purchase all their requirements, fund for aiding refugees from It was learned also that 200 Bessarabia and Bukovina. The uace L.tv Chapter Jew.sh refugees, possessing visas I government, "in the interest of was elected erand a .1 h „l • to Palestine are in Turkey. These public order." permanently sup| (presidem def a, ng U n "sim' refugee, had hoped to reach FUpressed two democratic Bucharest mo „, of Highland Par t Ch-n ZLSrSL** S J*Z —• S-n-nalu, and Jurna!,, Angefef'^e ^r d 2S5 country as we have prayed for peace in the world, current events force upon us the practical realization of threats to democracy and peace. In the light of these considerations we are compelled to realize that adequate preparation for effective defense of our country and all that n stands for is imperative." Irving Kaler, member of the Gate City Chapter. Atlanta, Ga New York (WNS)—Wendell L. Wilkie, Republican nominee for president, condemned anti-Semitism as "a possible criminal movement" and said that any growth of anti-Semitism in the United States would be a calamity, in an exclusive view published in The Day, daily Jewish newspaper. Pointing out that he had "clearly asserted" his positioi. against race hatred, bigotry and Hitlerism 'long before I ever thought of being a presidential candidate," Mr. Wilkie called for national tolerance and religious liberty to present a united front to pressing national problems. The Republican nominee told The Day: "I consider anti-Semitism in America as a possible criminal movement and every antiSemite as a possible traitor to America—that America which is BO beloved and so dear to me, that America which has always symbolized liberty, equality and brotherly love among its inhabitants. "If anti-Semitism should spread its roots in the United Stat... it has done in most of the countries of Europe, then it wool,I definitely be a calamity for tinUnited States. It would mean ti the main foundations on which country has been built are beginning to shake. There might evei be fear that the pi which our forefathers died are in actual dai ger. 'U hat man ith a < oi i • man wh ing of Israel and what implish :. %  ai complished it: arch of huity cannot be I rant t va 1M a. IV "1 have s] ,.;,. n on the i a and clearly asserted my position against race hatred, bigotry ai Hitli • ism. I did t I < %  ., n thought of bi ing a prei dential w I it solely b< i a ise I \ anted to %  xpress n ;. -' against IIii!< rism ai d nst all fascii tic p< rse< utii i methi "We in America must all stand shoulder to shoulder for toleran and religious liberty. We must all of us work for the interest i our country, We must think onlj Of what is important for the welfare of the United States. "Those who are trying to bring to our shores from Hitler Germany or from similar countries their race haired, their hate of liberty and democracy—such people arc not interested in the welfare of the United States but are sei v ng the dictates of other count lies." Marshal Petain, in behalf of lul. It was reported also that deFrance, capitulated to the Nazi.crees excluding Jews from journgovernment, transit visas through lalism and the army would soon Syria were denied the refugees. [be issued. er to win the highest office in A. Z. A., Kaler is president of the Southern Region of A. Z. A. and a past aleph gedel of his chapter. He is a student at Emory University. A resolution empowering the A. Z. A. chapters to undertake a nationwide campaign among their members to raise funds with which to purchase a fully-equipped ambulance to be presented to the American Red Cross for use in providing relief to the war-stricken civilian population was approved by the Supreme Advisory Council. ^



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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. JULY 12, 1910 FRANCE FASCIST COUNTRY London (WNS) — The Republic of France, for generations a great center of culture and freedom, renounced its democracy and fell into line with the other Fascist powers in Europe when both the chamber of deputies and the senate voted approval of a bill granting the government of Marshal Petain full powers to write a new constitution. The vote in the chamber was 395 to 3. From Vichy, France, where the French legislative bodies convened, it was learned that the now French government will be modeled along the lines of totalitarian Italy and Spain, with former Premier Pierre Laval, long a friend of Nazi Germany and Italy the real power behind a figurehead government of .Marshal Petain. While diplomatic circles here considered it too premature to Ask Liberality in Immigration Laws Transylvania Jews Are Apprehensive While attention was focused on Hungary, which has demanded the return of Transylvania, the Jews of that area became the targets of increasing anti-Semitism. Jewish leaders in Transylvania, according to one report, were said to be discussing a mass migration New York (WNS)—A plea to the legislative and executive branches of the Federal Government and to the American public to safeguard "the fundamental texture of democracy" in any program of action against the "fifth column" and the enemies of democracy, was made by a conference of Presidents of Synagogues, frato Palestine, Africa, or anywhere ternal lodges and welfare agenelse they would be permitted. cies held at the HI AS building. I Police Cluj and Oradea, Representatives of 600 religj Transylvania cities which have ious and fraternal bodies unanijJewish populations of 2.000 and mously adopted a resolution which 30.000 respectively, have adv.se expressed approval of the legal Jews to remove holy books and measures necessary "for the proother valuables from synagogues tection of the interest of the j "d to appear in public as little United States and for safeguardj s possible. ing this republic against the ne-1 Economic restrictions against farious activities of agents in the Jews in thai ana are expected by employ of foreign governments Jewish leaders, in diplomatic cirand the enemies of democracy." cles it was said that .lews in The resolution stressed, howTransylvania may be Baved from ever, the need to differentiate beanti-Jewish riots, however, since tween "fifth column" elements j the outbreak of demonstrations and "the overwhelming majority might furnish Hungary with a of immigrants who came to this Pretext to move her troops into make predictions about the future I country recently or have in the Transylvania. of France's 400.000 Jews, includ-[past fled from persecution abroad | ing many thousands of Jewish and who are. in every sense, lova refugees from Greater Germany, they wire 1 agreed thai the Jews as a minority would fare no better than they have in other European Fascist countries. Meanwhile, the French Government, under the careful tutelage of Berlin, ordered officials in Morocco to arrest Edouard Daladier, former Premier and war minister, and Georges Mandel, former interto the ideals of Americanism." The conference expressed the hope that the "humane and liberal policy which has hitherto characterised the 1 administration of the U. S. immigration laws" will Strictly 9L Confidential ^Hj (Continued from Page 4i ior minister, and other former { t o which they cannot at present members of the government who return." fled from France, and to return them to France for trial, it was j AUTHOR IN HANDS reported here. It was also reported that the new French government would weed out outspoken anti-Nazi elements among the French people and punish them for "starting the war" against the Nazi government which brought Frame to her knees. be continued and made manifest Germany, and is not to Inconin the case of those who came to fused with our own Worldwide the United States as "temporary News Service—recently devoted a visitors from lands abroad which whole piece to a denunciation of the throes of war and him as a warmonger He treasures that release together with a clipping from Mussolini's Regime Fascista which carries his photo, with those of Dr. Stephen S. OF FRENCH GESTAPO Wise. New York's Mayor LaGnar|dia. and other notables, designatLondon (WNS) — Dr. Friedrich n K them as dangerous characters Wolff, famous German Jewish I• • Dangerous to Fascism, that writer and author of the anti-Nazi means—and the label is a badge of play. "Professor Mamlock," was honor Friends of Florida's j KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. I INC. j 37th St. and Formal Are. CHICAGO, ILL. Drlif-io Ceraed B*f PWkUd, C**ked and Smoked Meata DEMAND IT FROM YOUE DELICATESSEN New OktefawMe Every *4MN among the 3.000 refugees from Germany, Jewish and non-Jewish, who have fallen into the hands of the Gestapo in France, it was reliably repented here. Meanwhile, the' Fasi i-t press in has begun a campaign for a government modeled along the line's of the totalitarian states. The Fascist press demands that anti-Semitism be made part of a new government's program. It was l.arne.l here that the Senator Pepper, hom a German Bmbaasj staff member ; ~ said to have challenged to a duel, claim that he's ready tei meet the Nazi challenger He's armed himself with a slingshot "just in case one of those Goliaths comes around." they sa) \one who leavethe reading i the funnies tei the younger generation we haven't kept up with the career of Superman, who occasionall) era-lies the news when Examining Arab patients at Hebrew University's Malaria Research Station at Rosh Pinah, located in Upper Galilee. Palestine, on the edge Of the great Huleah swamps. Extensive research by the Univers ty's scientists in the Control and prevention Of malaria has been of gnat value to the country in greatly reducing the previously heavy death toll taken by this disease, and in making colonization possible in large areas Of the country previously uninhabitable. a censor f„ r HammcrMiin's approval membership ,,t the anti-Semitic bans him and a dictator denounces Paramount Pictures 1 .,„;, I, A Party. Croix-de-fou, headed by him But we though, you'd like ',, £ ZJ^t'lLT^" who draws the bulge-muscled he, dividends during the last five ro. and Jerry Siegel. who thinks years Libby Holman's longup his adventures (and what adheralded entry into the serious ventures they are!) Mrs. Ad'drama may take place this sumam L. Glmbel is not only the wife I m er, in one of the barn theatres... of the president of one of ManI Button's swankiest department GIGGLE DEPARTMENT Stores, Saks Fifth Avenue, but alI We relay to you the following, so the head ..f its fashion designwhicH Walter Winchell credits I 1 ing staff. She's head over heels the German Consul, of all p. opl in work th.-e days, because this [, ge ems that five hundred fall none of her new models will German soldiers, who had died in be coming from Paris, hut must ,, a:1 knocked ;l ,,„. all be made m America Long heaven St. Peter peered out distance song-writing is indulged and Bhook his head at th. in l>> Oscar Hammerstein, II. and the crowd "Only two of you Jerome hem :)s,: ,r phones can enter." he decreed "But," his lyrics from New York to Kern they protested, 'all five hui m Hollywood, and hern a little ,., ua „, ,,. ,„.„,, ,;..,,„.,,, s Why can't we get in?" "Because," answered St. 1 et< r, veiling DkubbU Every. 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.4 FRIDAY. JULY 12, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORmiAN PACK SEVEN • THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BT HAKRY SCHWARTZ) Home Camp warp nleased to announce the of group discussion. Every Thursaddition of two more projects to • llU r Home Camp curriculum Dr. Harold Rand, our camp physician, while away on his honeymoon, visred and observed many home camps in the middle-west and brought back with him some of the they have had excellent programs better ideas. As a result, Dr. Rand has instituted a course in general Hygiene and Correct Posture. Talks are given to the children several times during the week in • ine subjects. Our thanks to Dr. Hand for his unselfish devotion to the cause of youth. He returned from his honeyiate Sunday night and the kiddies were uppermost in his mind because he came to the .amp the following morning instead ot to his busy office. Orchids to you. Dr. Harold Rand. 0 more we appeal to the I spirited citizens to assist ,;. in placing the underprivileged children in our Home Camp. We ., large waiting list of children who need our facilities and • afford to pay for the privilege. Will some public spirited : respond and give these kid..II opportunity to be with us? They need it. Maurice Grossman, our executive director, reports that parents are so enthused over the Home Camp that many of them have the Y We wish more people would take this fine example and join with us so that we might carry on this great work. Have you received our new athletic program? If not. call the Y and get your copy. It announces in detail, tiie entire athletic schedule for all divisions of the Y and is also worth while as a souvenir. Installation llanquet Plans have been completed for the joint installation banquet and dance of the Y. W. and Y. M. H. A. which will be held at the Tides Hotel Sunday. July 28th at 7:00 k. Tickets are $1.50 per person and may be procured at the office of the Y or from the installation committee members, including the following: Mathew S. Bandler, chairman; K. Albert Pallot, Henry Hohauser. Lew Safan, Joseph A. Berman, and William Shayne. At this writing the program has not been completed. Announcements will be made next week in these columns. The Forum One of the most rapid growing groups in the Y is the Forum Club which is composed of boys and girls from the ages of 18 years and up. During the short while that they have been in existence day night they meet at the Y clubrooms and a prominent speaker attends and gives a short talk after which an open forum is held. Questions are asked from the audience and answered by the speaker. Last Thursday evening, Dr. Paul Reed, head of the Department I Blackies.'Harry Schwartz ;'"siTverOl Sociology at the University of streaks, Abe Silver. Miami, was the principal speaker. We urge all boys and girls who are eligible to join this fine group. The Forum Club is also a participating member of the Dade County Youth Council. League team has won 8 games and lost 2. Over on the Beach our Y team lost out in the finals of the first half championship after leading for the greater part of the season. Lets hope they'll cop the second half championship Howling league The teams' standings for the fifth week follows: Team G Demons 15 Supermen 15 Rangers 15 Bombers 15 Blackies 15 Silverstreaks 15 Manager, Jack Apte. Captains: Demons, Hal Levenson; Supermen, Al Berkowitz; Rangers, Abe Weiner; Bombers. Abe Berkowitz; w L 9 6 9 6 8 7 8 7 7 8 4 11 Individual Scores Team Sam Tend rich Al Berkowitz Hal levenson G .... 15 15 12 Harry Schwartz 15 Joe Berman 12 Junior Division All is in readiness for the skatI Louis Spector 9 ing party which will be held on Leo I.ipowsky 3 Monday night. July 1"> at the Ye-' Sol Levin 16 netian Skating Rink, 27th Ave. Abe Berkowitz 15 and S. Dixie Highway. Tickets Abe Silver 15 are but 35c and the proceeds will Herman Waitsmun .11 go to the library fund. If you Leroy Feldman 15 want to have a good time and at Murry Streit 15 the same time patronize a worthy Abe Wciiier 12 cause, make up a party and go living Querido skating on Monday night, July 15. Jules Spector Finance Committee ','"' Silverman Marvin Rubin ... The fust meeting of the house Walter Mackauf committee, under the new adminp avid K „ S( ., lthal istration, of which your scribe is William Liberoff chairman took place Monday George |,., vis n Kh \. ,ul X, u 8th : „ l tlu l,brar ? of Sara Beckman the Y. Ihe following members |, ( t( (; a| v ,. u of the committee were appointed J ac |t Apte to take charge as follows: Jules Harold Herkowit/. Wilson. tools and supplies; Nat Blumberg ( harles Hlau, maintenance of p,.;,,,^ R ose 12 •> 16 3 15 i:> 9 li 3 .15 13 y .11 Koolmotor G A S O L E X E and OILS Aci.">c Tires Cities Service Products ORANGE STATE OIL CO. house, windows, lawn and all out^| u,.j sm;ln Lew Murry Ante Lew Safan (ieo. Wolpert Marvin Apte .. 4 16 1" ..15 11 1 11 9 2 3 I I 6 r, 3 S 1585 1582 1214 1485 1158 864 2SH 1427 1416 14U7 UK!:! 1891 1385 110'.. 1107 182 1859 270 1349 1337 Ml.") 798 264 1309 1132 7Sf, 961 430 344 128-1 1208 1266 '.127 84 '.102 741 104 237 802 402 445 159 Av 105 Rabbi Leon S. Land Rabbinical President Detroit (WNS)—Rabbi Leon S. Land, of the Germantown Jewish Center of Philadelphia, was elected president of the Rabbinical Assembly of America at the concluding session of the 40th annual convention of that organization Rabbi [..-111.1 succeeds Dr. Max Arzt. Other elected officers include: Dr. Louis H. Levitsky, of Newark, N. J., vice president; Dr. Israel M. Goldman, of Providence, R. I., treasurer; Rabbi Joseph Miller of Brooklyn, N. Y., recording secretary, and Rabbi Isidor Signor of Brooklyn, corresponding secretary. Members of the new executive 102 |council include: Rabbi Herman M. Cohen, of St. Paul, Minn.; Rabbi William P. Greenfield, of Westbury, Conn.; Rabbi Max Davidson, of Perth Amboy, N. J.; Rabbi Ab101 99 'JO '.Hi 96 E by JOSEPH A. BERMAN (The writer will be glad to answer any problem of his readers. Write to him in care of this newspaper) Your Child's Budget Budgets are beneficial. When a child has reached the age of five, he should understand the value of the things he needs and uses. Each mother would do well to establish a budget plan for her daughter or son. • Let the child have a small allowance. It makes no difference how small it it; the child should feel that he possesses something of value in his own individual right. Mother should guide her son or daughter in their purchases. A child should never be permitted to go on a 'spending spree." Some of her savings should be used for "giving." This will correct any possible selfishness that the child •'•'Iraham Simon of Middletown, N. | has acquired. Let your child meet 94 93 93 '.'2 !)2 '.'2 %  J2 91 '.MI !'0 89 89 Ml 88 88 87 87 87 Y.; Rabbi Ira Eisenstein, of New York City; Rabbi Aaron Wise or Schnectady, N. V.. and Rabbi Sanders Torfield. of Houston. Texas. PALESTINE POLICE ON MILITARY BASIS some of his personal needs. He will realize that it costs something to satisfy wants. Let him buy his little school requirements. He will appreciate them more. As he grows, his small purchases will branch out into various fields. Let his allowance permit him to buy a fruit for him to eat on his way to school. He Jerusalem (WNS-PalCOr Agency I will in this way discover that food —The Palestine police comprising must be paid for and would help liritish. Jewish and Arab consta| him realize the importance of its bles, have been placed on a mill' m, K r election. tat v basis for the duration of ; Some percentage of the allowance must be saved. There was a little girl who wanted to save evside properties; Lew Safan. gym. Q Goldsmith field, athletic activities; Al Keist j u ;" ( s Wilson man. lockers, showers and billiards; H.-niy Gabbe, maintenance of power, cooling and ventilating; Leon Lieberman. meetings and programs;-Al Rosenfeld, maintenance of property in building. It is planned to have seven members of each division represented on this committee who will work in cooperation with the general house committee. The next meeting will be held on Monday. July loth at which time report* of the various subcommittees will be received. This is the nucleus of a splendid house committee. each member of which will be in charge of a particular service. We ask the cooperation of all members. Schemer Brothers Star What a game it was with Izzie pitching and Maxie catching. They just seemed to click with ease. Maxie was talking it up to baby brother and it worked like magic. Herby Cohen did some nice pitching. What with bases loaded he struck the batter out. But that about finished him for the night. Personally I think he was saving some oomph for the game Family Supper and Card Party played Wednesday with the Y. H. Only one more week and our C. A. The game ended with a Ka | a family supper and card partyscore of 15-4. Incidentally the will be held. Sunday evening losing team was Miami Laundry. j„] y 2 lst on the Y Athletic Field, This Miami team seems to be dog. rown U p a an< | children will ening just a bit better than the j„ v ., delicious supper followed by t.ani that plays on the Beach. var j 0 us card games for the adults. Maybe they get more cooperation. |n charg e ,, f arrangements is Mrs. You're sure to meet your friends Kngler. who is calling a meetal the games which are played at j ng nf | |( ,,. ,, m]n j, t ,.,, Monday evening at her home, 1687 S. W. llth hostilities, in accordance with a s.7 proclamation issued by the High **7 I Commissioner in a Gazette Extra86 ,_' ordinary. The police will be sub^'j ject to army regulations and will S4 perform military duties as re84 I quired. 84 Harv Kamins Mike Adler Mi.k.y Lubel ... Hob Schweitzer Milton Friedman Aaron Freilich Oscar Argintar Demons and Supermen Tied Although the Demons and Supermen are leading the Y Duck Pin League, the team that surprised everyone, including themselves, were the Rangers, led by their captain. Abe Weiner, when they defeated the Silverstreaks in three straight games to go into a tie for third place with the Bombers. Sammy Tendrich continues to lead the Y League in toppled pins with a total of 1585 pins for an average of 105. Everyone invited to come out and cheer their favorites next Tuesday at the Miami Recreation Alleys. Y. W. H. A. NOTES 228 IMMIGRANTS IN PALESTINE IN JUNE Jerusalem (WN'S-Palcor Agency)—Figures made public here by the Jewish Agency Immigration Department revealed that 228 immigrants arrived in Palestine during the month of June. Mr. I. Joffe, director of the Federation, which will be held at the Y in August. The Y. W. H. A. is donating two scholarships to the Y Home Camp for some needy children. The next regular meeting will be held Wednesday. July 17th. cry penny she got but she also wanted her mother to buy her little needs. This little girl must be taught the disadvantage of hoarding. On the other hand there are many children who don't know what "savings" means. Such a situation is equally as wrong. Therefore, indicate that the savings must be toward a definite goal. This will develop the sense of achievement. A child's playthings should have a definite money value to her. Children must learn that recreation costs money. This will keep toys from being needlessly dedestroyed and games from "outliving their usefulness as soon as the novelty is gone. Children must learn that their material possessions, their wealth, are to be taken as a serious responsibility. A child taught according to such rules will mature with sensible spending habits and will appreciate more heartily the things he has and does. Miami Field and Miami Annex. At the present time the Y Civic CEMENTINE PRODUCTS 3220 N. W. 27th Avenue Manufacturers Cementine Wall Coating Cementine Clear Water Proofing Cementine Colored Cement Cementine Old Cement Floor Finish PHONE 3-4234 SLENDERIZE THE BIGHT WAY SCIENTIFIC BEDUC1NC OUH SPECIALTY Each Peraon RectWM Individual Attention Call For Appoinlmoiit MIAMI H EALT H INSTITL'TU Tr, P. r. fnliiie, Director Nrl'TopttVo Physician TCfMMI sifryr>i Blvd. Ph. T-789B Street, to complete final arrangements. Only fifty cents, adults, and twenty-five cents for children. Knitting K .' ;.' .1 -' wing for the Red Cross continues every afternoon under the guidance of Mrs. .1. Wilson, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Iris Blumberg, Mrs. Rosalind Berman, Mrs, Alice Waitsman and Mrs. Blanche Strauss, at the Y clubrooms. Glee Club Mrs. Mildred Rubinstein, chairman of the Y. W. Glee Club, urges all members who are interested in joining this club to communicate with her. The Glee Club will present several musical numbers on the joint installation program, so join immediately, News Mrs. Alice Waitsman was appointed Y. \V. chairman to assist the men with reservations for the installation banquet. For reservations phone her at .1-3083. Miss Sarah Shochet was appointed chairman of the Y. W. committee to assist the men at the reception to be tendered to 7 ^ri \7 A RE there days when it seems that the radio, the ringing of the door or telephone bell, the clatter of dishes, or even the laughter and voices of children nearly drive you frantic—days when you are restless, and cranky? Do you lie awake nights? When these hectic days and wakeful nights interfere with your work and take the pleasure out of life for you, try DR. MILES NERVINE Dr Miles Nervine is a combination of effective nerve sedatives. 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