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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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MIAMI, FLORIDA,' FRIDAY. JULY 19, 1940
PRICE 10 CENTS
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and li ftisl joui nali: ta w ho in re-
tent weeks have b i n gathering
om I arliami nl on
foreign quai ters."
al obsi rvers here believed
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an oil i efim ry, were ii
(i Italian i
ri ing a 20
minute raid on Haifa, one of the
' rtant port and industi i-
al cities of Palestine.
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idenl of the Ji> I 'i
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Dr. Hi decrees, pr su i
bi ted by I
will
i eh iir.
On i i' i
sional, cultural I I
clcs of Rumania, were i
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lew-
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ii
ish
Mi ar.w hile, the Nazi | co
unced ttnues its criticism >f the
The Italian bombers, coming in
lecre. was the beginning two wavea rh, c|,.iv(,n off .
pired anti-Semittc cam- British planes and anti-aircrafi
paign imilar to those launched in batteries, which fired on the raid-
d iminated lands, l hey ers from th
to the fact that almost the ('armel
time during Het I Week will be a by King Carol's new toi.ditai --' U:jv
w dei rei bai iVuun is '"" with the
summit of Mount
bust of Dr. Il.rl. Thi work of government. Th
the late sculptor Dr. B is Schat all Jews from portanl g o\
tliv bust has been brought to the men! and Bern fficial posts.
Fair for the memorial by 11. I. The decre were
Meites of < hicago.
.iik a onference attended
by King < d. liis anti-Semitic
Jew a. The Nazi pri
the return of all German
refugees now In i
cupied part of France. One news-
paper, Lea Dernii es N
published an open It it. r to M
shal Petain demanding I he expul
sion of foreign u from i
entn French press has published Aa Boon ag ,,, .,,,. raid Birena TTI| IE! j R T Fl !Pi aml '"'""N ''n : GiKurtu
Semitic editorials in recent sounded their warning, Jews and I I I flu.'Mi II |U and repn tatives ,
Arabs went into recently con- '" n,UU,,LU 111 and Ital embassies.
ITILIIII 111 Ullb = ITILLEIHJRCETHE
CHRIST! FRONT
naive
Jews.
!rh newspaper, La Pe- structed air raid shelters. Al-
Gironde, assailed German though the raid was th,' first e:
fugees, who had enjoyed perienced in Palestine since thi
tality of France, are now beginning of the war there was no I
to escape with gold and panic. In the air raid shelters. Jerusalem (WNS) Palestine
The newspaper said .lews and Arabs discussed meas- experienced its first air raid of
e will never again be so ures necessary to defeat their the war when five Italian I
as to give hospitality to common enemy. ers subjected Haifa to a 30-minute
The injured American was j, air attack in which at least ten
Mi inwhile, more than 150 Jew- E- Flannigan. Several tanks of persons were injured. The Italian
epers were arrested in ,n'' ,,a'i Petroleum Company were planes were driven off by British
on the grounds that they damaged during the raid. 'pursuit pianos which rose imme-
irged exorbitant prices tO lAn official Italian war com- iliately to fight the bombers.
German soldiers during the early ""unique from Rome said thai the According to early reports, the
a of the occupation. The an- "alian raiders caused fires which bombs were aimed al the !;
could be sen by Italian aviators harbor. Some damage was (far
125 miles away. The communique although the attackers were driv-
alleged that treat damage was en off so quickly that the damage
'Ion,, to the port of Haifa and that was said to be negligible.
all planes participating in the The air raid did not find Pal
Haifa raid returned safely to their
liases.)
' confiscated l)u ii
and dosed their shops.
stocks
Arabs Opposed to
Rule of Italians
tras : nd th.
to discharge till Jewish
S, dancers and actors, .lews
may no longer ; j ed in any
phase of the theatre.
i In istian wivi a of Jew ish men
Will lie removed from their jobs.
The dei ices are similar in many
respects to those issued in Nazi-
occupied Poland. Czecho-Slovakia
and Austria. Since .lews al. X
eluded from membership in the
totalitarian Party of the Nation,
thee an ineligible for government
post and may n"t bi I mployed ill
any organization,
The Rumanian piv-s and radio
New Yoik <\\ N -~-i lather
Charles E. Coughlin's prediction
that the result Of the recent a<
quittal of the nim < 'hi ist ion F
ers would lie "that the Christiai
Front movement will emerge mon
vigorous and potent that ever"
already proving accurate, accord-
ing to The Hour, anti-Nazi week-
iy.
rhc anti-Fascist publicatli .
continue their attack- on the .lens sports that the meetings of the
pinning the blame for Rumania's Cnrist'an fronters "are being con-
Rabbinical College
Plans New Building
London (WNS) Adolf Hitli r'
"I I Ian to give Palestine and
Syria to his Axis partner. Pre-
mier Mussolini, in the event Great
Britain is defeated, is meeting Baltimore (WNS) The Ner Is-
Wlth bitter opposition among the rael Rabbinical College has pur-
Arabs, according to informed dip-1chased a plot of land as the site v"luilt,'<'' corps for emergencies
lomatic circles here. for a modern school building dor-
The Arabs are opposed to Ital- niitory and dining hall, it was ail-
ments. Air raid shelters have
been erected in all coastal towns.
have been organised througrout
the land.
'in rule, neutral diplomats main-
Jain, despite the fact that Musso-
lini has given them private assur-
ances that he will put an end to
nounce.by Herman N. Neuberger,
executive secretary. Mr. N. u-
berger said that "the rise of an
institution of learning in timt'3 of
Jewish aspirations in the Holy ,destruction is characteristic of the
Land. The Arabs fear that the
Italian dictator will also inter-
*e with plans for an Arab na-
tional state.
Arabs in Syria arc said to be
fanning to name Syria an inde-
pendent state and are seeking to
Britain Denies
Secret Treaty
London (WNS-Palcor Agency)
history of Jews throughout the ITno British government has is-
Argentina Moves to
Bar Refugees
the increase of its political Influ-
ence."
'While the trial was in prog-
ress," The Hour said, "the Coagh-
linites were fearful of a verdict of
Buenos Aires iW N S) The guilty, and the result was a te.v.-
gOVernment of Argentina has sta- porary let-up in their activities,
tioned 100 special gendarmes at Now. however, their anxiety has
the Bolivian border with orders been dissipated and has. in fart,
to turn back German-Jewish refu- been replaced by extreme elation.
gees attempting to cross into Ar- Their open boast is that the ac-
ages." sued a statement formally deny- I gentina from Bolivia, it was an- quittal proves the program of the
Ner Israel Rabbinical College, inB the existence of "any secret nounced here. Christian Front has official sane-
one of the few institutions of its treaty with any Jewish body re- Government spokesmen said that tion'."
kind outside of New York City, garding recognition of a Jewish
was founded in 1933 as the re-
sult of the efforts of its present
recognition and guarantees dean, Rabbi Jacob I. Ruderman.
Free State in Judea."
The government branded the
story of such an agreement as
.f'btain
JM her integrity from Great Brit- It has an enrollment of 80 stu- pure fabrication and termed it a
*in. Turkey and Iraq. dents. J"myth" invented by the Germans.
the German-Jewish refugees, who
settled temporarily in Bolivia.
were planning to slip across the
border "illegally." The refugees
have been living in temporary col-
onies in Bolivia.
The publication stated that
Father Edward F, Brophv. of the
Precious Blood Church. Long Isl-
and City, New York, is playing-
"an increasingly important role"
in the new Christian Front drive-


.V
r.KGM TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JULY ID, .om
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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
*AY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
VISITS
HERE
Miss Florence Jaffa of Indian-
apolis. Indiana, is visiting In Mi-
ami as the guest of her aunt and
undo. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Miller.

i \\ Kii.iNi;
TO BE HELD
The unveiling of a tombstone
to the memory of the late Henry
Isaac Zeesman will take plaee
Sunday, July 21st. at 2 p. m. at
the Jewish sea ion of the Wood-
lawn cemetery. Rabbi Moses
lieacheloff will conduct the ser-
vices. All relatives and friends
are invited to attend.

SPONSOR
BOAT RIDE
At the regular meeting of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the .Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
Tuesday afternoon plans were
completed for their first annual
boat ride party which will be held
Tuesday. August 20th, a: 8:80 p.
m. aboard the Yacht Seven Seas.
Mrs. .1. I.. Jacobs, chairman, is in
charge of arrangements. Music
will be furnished for dancing and
novel entertainment will be pre-
i: freshmenta will be
available.
TO HOLD
PICNIC
An all day picnic Sunday, July
21st will be sponsored by the
Freda Markowitz Post 174 of the
Jewish War Veterans and its Aux-
iliary at Groynolds Park begin-
ning at 10 a. m. Transportation
will be provided and buses will
leave from the Y at 10 a. m. Mrs.
Bask Bergman, ehairman, is in
charge of arrangements. Ke
fi-eshmonts will be served, games
played, prizes awarded and swim-
ming enjoyed.

VISIT
IN NORTH
Mr. I. Shapoff left Sunday for
Baltimore. Md.. where ho will visit
relatives and friends for several
w eoks.

ENTERTAIN
AT PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretxman
of 926 15th Street. Miami Beach,
entertained with a dinner party in
honor of their son Billy's thir-
teenth birthday. Thirty five guests
were present including out of town
guests. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Green
THE PIONEER
Symbolic statue by Moshe Ziffer, which stands in the Hall of Transfor-
mation of the Palestine Pavilion, a tribute to the Jewish pioneers who
have restored the Holy Land to its anelelit fertility.
MARRIAGE NUPTIALS
PERFORMED
\ IS1TING
IN NEW YORK
i E v\ ES
FOR NORTH
The wedding of Miss Helene J. Mr. and Mrs. .1. Albert an va-
Norman Green of Atlanta, Ga. Q Mr. and Mrs. cationing at Saratoga Springs
LEAVE
FOR NORTH
The many [l Mr. A. J.
Mr. Morris Binder left Sunday ITobin will be glad to learn that he
by tram for New York where he ihas sufficiently recuperated enab-
- with his family. He will ling him to leave with Mrs. Tobin
last Monday by train for New York
City where he will spend some
time visiting relatives and fi

VISITING
HERE
Mr. and Mis. Harry A. Morton
of Milwaukee. Wisconsin, accom-
panied by their daughter Elaine
who is a student at the l'r.:ver*ity
of Wisconsin, are visiting in Mi-
ami with their sister. Mrs. Alex
Miller of 3717 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach.
\ ISITTNG
IN NORTH
Mis. Walter Kovner is visiting
in New York with relatives
friends and will be joined there
by her husband shortly,

T VICING
KEST
Mrs. Michael Arnold of Coral
Gables is enjoying a rest at Dr.
Sloan's sanitarium Chateau* de
Sante at 6900 Coral Way.
Ely Gamse of Brooklyn, New
\ ork, I Ah ;:. I Richter, son ol
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richter of Mi-
ami, took place Thursday, July 4
at Colbert's in New York City,
with Kabbi Colnu.n A. Z
of Miami officiating. Dinner fol-
lowed the ceremony. Mrs. Kiili-
ter attended the University i t Mi-
ami. Mr. Richter attended Miami
and was gradual
the University of Florida where he
was a member of the 1'hi Beta Del-
ta fraternity. The couple are tak-
ing a eruisi : Cuba and Panama
after which they will return to
Miami to reside- where Mr. Rich-
ter is affiliated with Richter's
Jewelry Co.

LEAVE FOR
HENDERSONVII.LE
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank and
family left for Hendersonville
where they will vacation for sev-
eral weeks.

TO
RETURN
Cantor and Mrs. Maurice Mam-
ches and family will return to the
SPONSORS
FAMILY SUPPER
All arrangements completed, the
gala family supper and card party
sponsored by the Young Women's
Hebrew Association will be held
Sunday, July 21st at 6:30 p. m.
on the Y Athletic Field, i:>67 S.
W. :>th St. with Mrs. J. EnKUr,
hairman, in charge of arrange-
ments. Full course dinners.
wiches and other delicacies will be
served, after which various card
games for adults will bo played.
Admission charged is fifty cents,
adults, and twenty-five cents for
children. The public is invited.

A. Z. A. TO
MEET
At the regular meeting of the
Royal Palm Chapter A. Z. A. Sun-
day evening, July 21st at the Beth
Jacob Synagogue, Mr. Isaac Lev-
in, president of the Fifth District
B'nai B'rith, will be the gui si
speaker. Arthur Weiss, pre*
will conduct the meeting.
New Yoik where they will reman.
for the summer.

I.EWES FOR
NEW JERSEY
Mr. Leon Libornian will leave
Friday for Newark, N. J., where
he will visit for two weeks.

LEAVES FOR
NORTH
Mr. Harry Rose will leave Fri-
for New York where he will
meet iiis b< n Leonard who is re-
turning from a concert tour of
South America, accompanied by
his wife. Mr. Rose, his son and
daughter-in-law will return to Mi-
ami after a three week's visit in
New York.

RETURNS
FROM TRIP
Mr. Max Feit returned to the
city from Hendersonville where
he was visiting with his family,
who will return in the fall.

TO BE
MARRIED
The wedding of Miss Blanche
Your
business
day
Utrnu Mold/raj. toTu/n
When you feel welL It is misery when you don't.
Have vou ever dragged through a day made miserable
bv a Headache. Neuralgia. Muscular Prt- T IW*gg
Menstrual Pains-a^day when only your sense of duty
kept you on the job.
Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills
usually relieve Headaches. You will find them effective
also in the relief of the other nagging peons mentioned
above.
A package of these
prompt acting pain re-
lievers may save you
hours of suffering.
AT NEW
RESIDENCE
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman
are now residing in their new
home at 1431 S. W. 4th Street
where they will be glad to greet
their friends.

RETURN
TO CITY
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mann ac-
companied by their sons Ronald
land Stuart, returned to the city
from New York.
city next week from an extended Rosnick. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
trip through the States. Maurice J. Rosnick to Irving R.
' Applebaum will take place Sun-
GIVE '':>> July 2lst at the Hollywood
BRIDC.E Beach Hotel. Following honey-
The Miami Section National moon trip the couple will be at
Council of Jewish Women will home. 1721 S. W. 11th Terrace, the
sponsor a dessert bridge Tuesday, latter par! of August.
. 23rd at 1:30 p. m. in the
-s Room of the Southern
Dairies, 62 N E. -:7th St.. t r
the benefit of the I
1 I '. Iren. Tickets are fifty
rats per person and may bo ob-
: from any member. Host-
esses for the afternoon will be
Mrs. Flry Stone, Mrs. George Ad-
let and Mrs. Hyraan Kaplan. The
public is invited.
will be
a lot
easier
to take
in our
cool
RUMMAGE NEEDED
s of
lh..t
It
''. the L*.
o( the Jewish
...
to the RUM.
taliwd t>>-
If Yoj Cannot Bring Thete
RUMMAGE* STORE
Located at 167 N. W. 5tn St.
Pieaie Phone
Mr. Ntorrit Dubler. 5.J517
Mi- Harry Kaufman. 5.42S9
and they will be called for
WILSON
PICTURE FRAME SHOP
172 N. W. FIRST STREET
PHONE 2-2482
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Wt Cai far and Dearer
PflLOIBIACH
T0UJH SUITS
new blues
new grays
new browns
\
*
I
167
Palm Beach Slacks $5.00
Street Floor


FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1910
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREI

CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
Pioneer Congregation)
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
Rabbi's Residence: ,
919 South West 13th Court
Phone 3-5192
Palm Beachj
Notes
Mr. Bon Ryder h..s returned to
I the city after a visit of several
Weeks in Now York.
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
I
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAfIKU, HaDDi
498 S. W. 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Gruner and
| daughter Rosalyn and son Stanley,
Daily services: 8 a. m., and 5:45 ,hav returned after a motor trip
p. m. through the northern states, also
Friday evening services, 5:30 8CcomP*nfed by their other two
p. m. |daughters, Millicent and Elaine on
PERMANENT CALENDAR
Shabbes: 9:00 a. m.
Milicha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. ni.
the trip, who remained at summer
earn]) at Waynesville, N. C.
j BETH JACOB
j CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
| Street, Miami Beach
| MOSES MESCHELOFF, Raobl
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1323
I MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
i Phone 5 2013
945 Eucnd Avenue
i_________
nue
Dr. and Mrs. Carl N. Herman
Synagogue New, 2* vacationing for a month in New
lork. Dr. Herman is Rabbi of
Our new synagogue which will Temple Beth Israel
Daily services at i a. m. and be dedicated, God pleasing, on I
Friday evening at 5:30 o'clock. | September 22 is about to be com- D~
Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30 plated and we beg to inform the L ', T\ ?' B" Julia"
'Jewish community that there is fhev JSvieU f "****
iMv Friday evening services, still an opportunity for those in-
Friday evening 8:15. terested to share in this social en- |
Mazul Tov
Mr. ('. Allen and Miss Rose
Nathan were joined in marriage
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
George Stone, lust Sunday night.
Rabbi Meschelofi performed the
deavor"and"ara,;'sam;"tIn;ob:L ^ BHmmCT ^- of HSSTj Mesh''of T^'l '
a permanent emoria |'" Temple Beth I rael are l\jSLL Birmingham.
We join their many friends in
several months.
Synagogue Services
Shachriss daily at 8:00 a. m.;
Saturday at 8:3u a. m.
Mincha daily at 7:00 p. m.j Fri-
day and Saturday at 0:45 p. in.
Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday 7:00
p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
on "The Portion of the Week."
Muariv daily at 7:25 p. m.J Sat-
urday at 7:4U p. m.
Junior services, Saturday 10:30
" m. tain a permanent memorial for ,
Hebrew School, 3:15 to 6:15 j one's loved ones with the purchase ^at'hrnda>' evening at the Tem-
p. m. of a memorial window. The price I P'e to whil'h thl' public is invited
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 of these is but one hundred dollars |t0 attend-
a- ni. | and arrangements for the same
Bar-Mittvah Group, Sunday at could be made by contacting one
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:80 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of month.
Nochum Availing
May the Almighty assuage the
pain of Mrs. Hyman Sootin at the
untimely death of her beloved
brother, who passed away in New
York, and to Mrs. J. Lang at the
death of her father. May their
souls be bound up in the bond of
/' eternal life.
Congratulations
Our congratulations to Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Peretzman at the
thirteenth birthday of their son
Billy. May they indeed reap great
"Nachas" from him.
Visiting With Parents
Rabbi Max Shapiro and family
are visiting with the Rabbi's par-
ents in New York and are ex-
pected to return to Miami shortly.
Sid Zuckerman, member of the
of the officers or anv member of Hebrew Athletic Club Diamond
the building committee.
Greetings
Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner are va-
cationing for a month in Maine
and they take this means of send-
Ball team in the local commercial
league, was chosen to represent
the i tub in a double header against
the St. Petersburg merchants.
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 27745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31st St.2-9548
Miami
Congregational
''Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation.'Hillel
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney \V. Colder
Johnnie Feller Phone 3.7681
JOHNNIE & MACK
BODY SHOP
Auto Painting
Wrecks Rebuilt
Upholstery Woodwork
Auto Tops Our Specialty
74 N. E. 20TH STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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tag greetings to all of their friends -_.. ,K u',.u J
k .u tit- ._ ,. announce the birth of a son Tues-
both within and without the Con-'j,,. ,,,. ,..,, ,, ,
nwation day'. July ",th at tlu' (;uo'' Sa-
maritan Hospital. Both mother
and baby are doing nicely.
Congratulations
We are pleased to congratulate
the Federation upon the appoint- a"d Mincha services will be held
merit of a full time executive di- at 12:30 noon. Rabbi Abraham
rector and beg to extend to Mr. i Click will be in charge of the ser-
Joffe the best wishes of our Con- vices,
gregation. n,,ard Meeting
The Fast of Tammuz A meeting of our board of di-
The 17th day of Tammuz which rectors will be held next Tuesday
falls this year on Tuesday. July 'at the Synagogue starting prompt-
28 is to our sorrow doubly appro- ly at 8:00. Important matters con-
priate in these tragic days (corning our Synagogue will be
to our people. The Fast Day will taken up and all board members
be observed with special prayers [are urged to be present.
wishing the happy pair a long life
of wedded bliss.
Refuah Shlomah
We wish a speedy recovery to
Mr. and Mrs. N. Ginsberg who are
both recuperating at the Tides
Hotel.
We pray Cod send a complete
recovery to Mrs. M. Genet who is
ill at St. Francis Hospital.
Condolences
Our heartfelt sympathy goes
out to Mr. Sam Josepher and fam-
ily on the loss of their wife and
mother. The late Mrs. Josepher
had been ailing for many a year.
She was interred in Woodlawn
cemetery.
May God console the bereaved
family and friends.
MR. & MRS. A'DOLPH DAUM
kn vn as
Daum's Kosher Markets
Miami r :1 Miami Beach
Are No Long.- Connected with Either
Store Formerly Operated By Them.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, July 19th. at
8:15 o'clock, the late services will
be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan.
Sisterhood
All ladies are urged to attend
on Monday mornings at 9:30
o'clock in Kaplan Hall of Temple
Israel to participate in the sewing
project for the Red Cross.
In Memoriam
'".May the Father of Peace
send peace to all who mourn
and comfort the beeared
among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning the memory of the following
will be hallowed: Sarah Feibel-
man, mother of Mr. H. U. Feible-
man; Hannah Levin, mother of
Mr. Isaac Levin; Sippie W. Apte.
mother of Mr. Day J. Apte and
Mr. R. W. Apte; Hugo Falken-
stein. father of Mr. Walter Falk-
enstein.
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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 MORNING
Temple Israel Sisterhood Sew-
ing Classes benefit Red Cross,
at Kaplan Hall.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORN-
INGNational Council of Jew-
ish Women Miami Section Leg-
islation and Study Groups at
the home of Mrs. C. H. Adler
EVERY WEDNESDAY Senior
Hadassah Sewing Group from
9 to 4 p. m. at Temple Israel
Vestry Room, benefit Red Cross.
j EVERY THURSDAY AFTER-
NOONY. W. H. A. Sewing
Classes benefit Red Cross at
Y Clubrooms.
'EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
B'nai B'rith bowling games at
Miami Recreation Center 7:30
p. m.
SECOND AND FOURTH TUES-
DAYS of each month, regular
meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nai
B'rith.
JULY
21B'nai B'rith Golf Tournament
at Miami Springs followed by
Buffet Supper.
21Y. W. H. A. Family Supper
and Card Party at Y, 7:30
p. m.
21Workmen's Circle Affair
Date announced.
21National Council Jewish Jun-
iors Combination Dance anJ
Swim at Seaglades Cabana
Club benefit of National Chil-
dren's Convalescent Home.
21Freda Markowitz Post No. 174
Jewish War Veterans and
Auxiliary, all day picnic at
Greynolds Park. 10 a. m.
22Junior Division Y. M. H. A.
Watermelon Party.
23B'nai B'rith Beach Party.
23Workmen's Circle Boat Ride.
23Miami Section National Coun-
cil Jewish Women Dessert
Bridge 1:30 p. m. in Hostess
Room of Southern Dairies.
27Y-Ette Watermelon Party at
8:30, Y Grounds.
Calendar
of Events
The Greater Miami Date
Clearance Bureau, conceived
for the benefit of all organi-
zations in Greater Miami,
depends for its success upon
the continued co-operation
of every group in the com-
munity. Dates for next
week's issue should be in the
office by Wednesday morn-
ing. To avoid possible con-
fusion and overlapping, offi-
cers of organizations are re-
quested to notify this bu-
reau of tentative dales as
early as possible.
The Jewish Floridian, 21
S. W. 2nd Ave., Phone
2-1141, which conducts the
bureau for all organizations,
is ready to serve any time in
the matter of clearing dates.
28Joint Installation of the Y. M.
H. A., Y. W. H. A. and Y. Jun-
ior Division. Tides Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach.
28Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami Card Party.
AUGUST
4Workmen's Circle Affair
Date announced.
18Workmen's Circle Afftiir
Date announced.
20Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Boat Ride.
SEPTEMBER
15Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Evening of Games.
Miami Beach Habonoth Meet
ing every Monday night start-
ing this date.
17Freda Markowitz Post No. 174 29Pioneer Women's Organize-
12Miami Jc wish Orthodox Con-
gregatiou Synagogue Dedica-
tion.
25-"' 'ional Council of Jewish
Women Miami Section open-
ing Fall Meeting. Board
Meeting 10 a, m. followed by
luncheon and general me. t-
ing.
OCTOBER
5Miami 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, i
National Council of Jewish !
Women Miami Section gener-
al meeting.
10Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew- j
ish Orthodox Congregation
Cafeteria Supper.
24Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami, Literary evening.
2(iLadies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Membership Tea.
27National Council of Jewish
Women Miami Section Board
Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
DECEMBER
4National Council of Jewish
Women General Meeting 2
S. m.
liami Beach Habonoth Chan-
ukah Entertainment.
28Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
28Beth Jacob Religious School
Chanukah Affair.
29Miami Beach Mizrachi Latkeh
Party.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Emanary
Proprietors
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Road Service
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Jewish War Veterans and
Auxiliary Boat Ride Seven
Seas.
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FRIDAY, JULY 19. 1910

PAGE FOUR
ft*Jewish Floridian
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
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FRED K. SHOCHET. Managing Editor
Leaders Make Plans
For Next Six Months
terJulyS, 1930i, at;tto tat Office at
Miami, Florida, under the Ad '________
. ,\ PRINCIPAL FLORIDA IT1ES
. West Pal entatlve
S 1 its I HI PT I O N
Si 00
With Hi,' return from the "'
zone last week of Morris C. Trop-
or, European chairman of the
Joint Distribution Committee,
lei.....rs of the United Jewish Ap-
,), ..
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FitlDAY. JULY 19, 1940
VOLUME 13No. 24
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PIIXIAI J MI*0jW)
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
To the average person Greater Miami's growing Jewish commun-
ity on the surface seems to be sailing along smoothly, progressing ra-
pidly and enjoying an envious position.
Delving into these channels ot progress we find innumerable prob-
lems that are arising daily bringing to the fore many instances wherein
a little effort expended in the right direction will benefit the entire
community immeasurably,
l-here are thousands of Jews living here thai are unaffiliatcd
not belonging to organizations ol any typecontent t<> live in a shell
by themselves or else lacking the initiative lo join and take an interesl
in activities lira, are a part of their everj day livesactivities that
play a great part in their destiny. The solution to this tremendous aented an emergency program <>i"
proMcn, a- to the proper and efficient way of taking a census so that immigration and economic and ag-
F ....... ricultural development m Pales-
theae linaffiliated Jews may Ik- unearthed, contacted, invited and made. ^ ^ ^.^^ Qn wUh u, .u,,
U accept a share of the community's burdens has not as yel been con-1 of the United Palestine Appeal,
,.,,.,, ,.., ldeM have been proposed but -he correct and ef- 1^^^^
fective method has not as yet been found.
WAR ECHOES
I if the number of Jews in Nazi-occupied Pol-
... ,l,e Nan ruling thai young Poles
... a for wounded German m Idlers
for ihi- purpose has resulted in a
Jewish com-
Ipe. to ..... becoming b.....I donors
rs m Palestine, which i- at
.. ,| .,. r whos< |obs it now i- to pro-
- held in Palestinian concentra-
BBpect of .hi- situation i^ .hat this
,,;,,,, kraells.Jew Monashe
. ir|nsa. tells u< .ha. V!e
....... B Jewish population of 1.200.000 in
rsl centur) B. C. EL. and that .bis Jewish community had a I em-
;; ndeled after that in Jerusalem And .ha, the biggest syna-
; ..,, in Uexandria toda> is named after .he Prophet Khjah. who is
"aid to have prayed on the spot where the building now stands .
Leave I to the Nazis to add injury to insult Not only has Judcn-
fresser Idolf arranged his entire career in accordance with the hero-
.eot.es cast for him by .he Jewish astrologer Hanussen. but .... ow ap-
pears that Hitler is timing his entire BUtekrelf to gibe with the prog-
Plications of the sixt-nth-century Jewish soothsayer Michael Nos-
tradamu-. who. as we reminded you a couple of weeks ago., foretold
the fall of Paris after an aerial attack from the has, .
k^
THIS AND THAT
A meeting place with an auditorium suitable for convention gath-
erings i,h kosher kitchen facilities is sorely lacking.
The combining of the offices of all Jewish organizations at one
central place is bu. another idea thai has veen ventured. It would ^u,
down the overhead cos, for all of them and increase tremendously
their efficiency, eliminating lost motion, overlapping of efforts and
insure whole-hearted cooperation among them. One central office
would also increase the accessibility to the newcomer as well as ,he
resident seeking information and it is evident how much easier and
quicker they could be directed to the proper channel.
Suggestions have been made from time to time and solution to these
and many other problems are being offered continuously. Communities
throughout the country that have councils, report that progressive
strides have been made through this agency, and much is being accom-
plished that heretofore needing united action had been left undone.
Many areas are now instituting councils.
> The long talked about eommunity council for Greater Miami prop-
erly directed, representing all organizations would go far towards the
solution of the aforementioned problems and others that arise. The
sooner the organization movement is started that much quicker will
our problems be on their way towards solution.
We are looking forward to our community leaders for immediate
action. Who is going to start the hall rolling?___________________
National Refugee Service in the
nation-wide drive of the I nited
Jewish Appeal. The problem of
The Rev 1.. M. Birkhead of Kansas City, who was carrying on a
one.man campaign against un-American forces long before the G-men
woke up ... .he ruth column peril, suspects that the jury which acquit-
ted thse -Christian Fronters" in Brooklyn recently was subjected to
undue influence, and that no, all the jurors were free o f biu m
,. the men on trial for sedition Twenty-year-old Hazel Scott
making quite a name for herself as a sing.,- of Jewish songs such a*
Eli Eli." "Kol Nidre." and 'Yiddishe Mama Which would be
nothing startling were it not for the fact that Hazel is a coff-colored
iwlng 8ing. m and works in a Broadway night club for h, r
Hving Did you know that it was Wahisngton Irving who told Sir
Walter Scon all about Rebecca Gratz. who became the prototype foi
the Rebecca of "Ivanhoe?" Ami that Rebecca's lather. Michael
Gratz, at one time owned Kentucky's Mammoth Cavel
Winchell reports a sign in a Chicago show window proclaiming that the
Jewish proprietor of the establishment would rather deal with a hund-
red Nazis than with one Jew ... 1. seems the place is an undertakers
parlor .
REF UGEE REPORT
Doing her bit for Europe's child refugee
Jewish Appeal. i no |>i<........ |(i(n W1>ri>in(, incognito, under an assumed name. ...........
refugee adjustment and continued | mi|let. for ( art. European Children Luise Kaan't heard from her
efforts to extend the program of | ra(lu,r sj|u.t. ,u. ,,, ct)Ught in the Nazi invasion of Belgium, where he
.< t, .? ....1 l.> ..,*..... ., Cam^id in i a ._ ILu. ,.. ... .L.. klfl ,1,1ml AM a
the National Refugee Service in
providing for resettlement, re-
training and integration was out-
lined by Dr. William Haber, exe-
cutive director of tins agency.
s awaiting his visa for America About to make his debut as
dramatic director in (his country is Meinrich Schnitz.ler. son of Arthur
... His fir-t effort will be a production of his famous father's famous
play. "The Affairs of Anatol"
Arriving lure on a 'Upper from
Lisbon, shortly after he was com-
pelled to leave Bordeaux. Mr.
Troper reported that throughout
the chaotic period following the
surrender of Paris the
HOME NEWS
The initials W. W., particularly in conjunction with a name that
includes a number of I's, have been so thoroughly identified with Wal-
. ter Win, hell that the columnist has been receiving a lot of fan mail
,11U pis. plainly addressed to Wendell Wilkie Although he didn't know it at
the time, union leader David Dubinsky recently turned down the oppor-
tunity to be the ust man to dine with the newly nominated Republican
residential candidate Wilkie had tried to arrange a dinner date
with Dubinsky for the Friday following the Thursday of his unexpected
nomination, but the labor leader couldn't make it The palm for
political second sight must he give., to SEC Chairman Jerome b ran*
. Away back in January, 1938, it is reported. Frank, after studying
thousands o, Jew.icaughm>* t. V statements to the SFC. declared that Wilk
Z h Z i, w r Presidential ambitions That's a good idea of the movie exhibitors,
tribution Committee continued its
operations m l-'rance. In the days
of panic-stricken flight the con-
tinued functioning of the Joint
Distribution Committee served to
strengthen the morale of many
thousands of Jews caught in a tid-
relief and refugee committees
maintained with the aid of the
Joint Distribution Committee nave
resumed their activities in Hol-
land, despite Nazi-occupation of
that country. Rumania and Hun-
Palestine Is Now
More Pro-British
gary which have a combined Jew-
ish population of approximately
spite from the- internal disorders ( 1.300.(100, have become major dis-
that shook the country for over tress centers as the result of or-
three years. ganized government activity to
He also reported that the Jewish
broadcasting program, a daily fea-
ture which started last March 14th
in protest against the recent land
London (WNS-Palcor Agency)
The main effect in Palestine of
Italy's entrance into the war has
been to strengthen pro-British
sentiment among all sections of
the country's population, Foreign
Secretary Lord Halifax told the
House of Lords in the course of
his reply to a question concerning
present conditions in Palestine and
in the Mediterranean sector gen-
erApyart ^JSteJSS closed the'broadc.
ed banditry, Lord Halifax assert abandoned.
ed, Palestine is enjoying a re I nan
eliminate Jews from the economic
and professional life of these coun-
tries.
Bevond the extraordinary cmcr-
regulations, has voluntarily ceas-| gency needs which the Joint Dis-
ed Before going off the air the itribution Committee is called up-
sponsors, he said, had exhorted the | on to meet, it is carrying on its
Yishuv to assist the Allies, and I normal programs in Poland, Ger-
had pleaded with the Jewish imany, Lithuania, Rumania, Hun-
community as a whole to co-oper- gary and other lands, in addition
ate fully in all defense emergency | to the assistance which it is con-


measures. Then with a last ren-
dition of Hatikvah, the Jewish na-
tional song which had opened and
tinuing to extend in Central and
South American countries where
approximately 100,000 refugees
from Germany have found a hav-
en. Mr. Troper said.
i\j ti\i<'i\ a,,v.................. ......----------------
urge patona to see both shows in successive weeks to get a clearer idea
Of the contrast between Naziland and America Irving Caesar is ex-
pecting to launch a song he wrote quite some years ago. but which
feels i- particularly timely now ... Its theme is America, and it
like this:
"Child of all nations and mother to all
Calling to rest
The sad and oppressed,
And faithful whatever befall. ."
ABOUT PEOPLE
We don't remember it ourself, but a reliable informant insists that
Edmund I Kaufmann. the new Z. 0. A. prexy, was a candidate fort e
presidency of the B'nai B'rith a few years ago. but was defeated T
Henry Monsky Max Band, the French painter who is also a ne')h''
of the late Dr. Schmaryah LeviM, has gone to the Coast, to paint
luxuriant California scenery ... It may be John Wexley who will adap
that powerful novel, "Native Son." for Broadway Wexley, a
tinguished dramatist in his own right, is also, if you remember,
nephew of Maurice Schwartz. Yiddish theatrical star, producer "ndthe
rector Star of the recent performance of "Carmen" given IOC
British War Relief in New York was Lillian Taiz, wife of Sam Din) Jaffe ... So gently must a violinist's precious hands be *j**
that Mischa Kim an refuses to carry so much as his violin case jus
fore a concert Clifford Odets may give Broadway a new play. *****
on the life of the famed dancer Nijinsky Although Maxie !**;
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FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
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3
ER THE NEW ORDER IN POLAND
Sholem Lodge
Golf Tournament
Expectation of many partici-
pants and a large audience, Sho-
lem Lodge B'nai B'rith will open
their program of athletic activi-
ties with a golf tournament under
the direction of E. M i\ G ildstein,
for members
,1 j. at .Miami
: Twcnl
. Goldstein
Roth at
3-6283.
DOES TIME REALLY MARCH ON?
THE YELLOW BADGE REAPPEARS
. oi ler in Poland neither old nor young have i caped the
, .; har Iships that havt followed in the wake of the dismem-
,, the Jewish community. Old men have been forced into la-
and many children have been orphaned. The Joint Distribu-
mittee, which is combined with the United Palestine Appeal
and the National Refuge* Service in the United Jewishs Appeal is
. ,proximately 500,000 Jews in Poland dally. This is but one
ny life-saving, life-giving tasks carried on by the constituent
ies of the United Jewish Appeal which provide for reliel and re-
. overseas, refugee aid, immigration and settlement in Fal-
and refugee adjustment and integration in the United States.
REGULAR MEETING HELD
The regular meeting of the Civic
League of Miami Beach was held
Tuesdaj evi ning at the Carrousel.
Following the business session,
various card games were played.
PALESTINE MAY BE
DIAMOND CENTER

Nazi Germany recreates the Yellow Badge, trying to humiliate the
Polish Jews and to mark them in a way that will make them easy tar-
gets for insults and attacks. The picture (left) shows a young Polish
Jew with one of the variously designed badges. in this case a yellow
strip of cloth with the imprint 'Jude." Another variety (right) of the
Yellow Badge A yellow arm band._______________________
Harmless "Bomb"
at Jewish School
MS RECALL OF
Ounther Rumrich, one of the Bpies
on trial, as having given direc-
tions for their work in the I S..
the Anti-Nazi League charged.
New York (WNS)The Non-
Sectarian Anti-Nazi League, which
recently supplied evidence of the
"irregular activities" of Dr. Fried-
holm Draeger, Nasi Consul in New
York, at the request of the De-
partment of State, has wiled the
Department asking for the recall
of Captain Frit/ Wiedemann. Nazi
Consul-General in San Francisco,
and all other Consular representa-
tives "engaged In similar extra-
conssular activity."
Wiedemann has been denounced
by a U. S. Commissioner in Los
Angeles as having "stepped out-
side the regular diplomatic pro-
cedure," in connection with the
arrest of Herbert Hoehne, a Ger-
man litizon, on espionage charges.
"Never in the diplomatic his-
tory of our country has a foreign
power appointed a man to a major
diplomatic post when that man
has been connected with the secret
military police of the country he
raepresents," read the wire to the
State Department.
Wiedemann was definitely
linked to Theodore Wiegand, hish-
er-up among the Nazi spies on
trial in 1939, and was accused by
U. S. SPEEDS PLAN
FOR CHILDREN AID
Washington (WNS)- Moving
swiftly to eliminate the red tape
j hampering efforts to bring British
children to the United States for
the duration of the war. the De-
partments of State and Justice an-
nounced plans to grant visas to
I approximately 13,000 children by
August l.
The announcement followed a
statement by President Roosevelt
that the failure of Great Britain
to supply ships to bring the child-
ren here and not American red
tape was responsible for the slow-
ness with which the evacuation of
children under 16 years was pro-
ceeding-
Children will be admitted on
visitors' visas upon the showing
of intention that the small refu-
gees will return home after the
war. This eliminates quota re-
strictions of 6,500 a month, now
applied to those entering the
; country from Great Britain on
I permanent" visas.
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PAJRE... JERSEY MILK DAlf?
Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agency)
-Four years ago Mr, Akiba Weiss
of this city took the initiative in
founding a Diamond Brokers' Club
here with five members, with the
object of having it serve as a ren-
dezvous for merchants in the pre-
cious-stone industry, on the lines
, hibs in Bi Igium and Hol-
land. From the original five
the club has grown into
a membership of sixty: and now
m, rchants from all parts of the
N ar East, and even from the
Balkan countries and further
a .1.1. come to Palestine for their
; ia precious gems.
The first Belgian-Jewish diam-
0 I factory was founded three
years ago. There are now five, in
addition to individual workshops
for polishing and setting the gems.
Some 200 men and women are em-
ployed in the workshops, of which
three an- in Tel Aviv, one is in
Nathanya, and the fifth is now-
being transferred from Peteach
Tikvah to Nathanya. The local
council at Nathanya has allotted
a special s.te for this new fac-
tory.
It was not until .lews came from
Eastern Europe to Belgium and
Holland that the diamond industry
really began to flourish and to
grow into a potent factor of the
economic life of the now invaded
1 Low Countries. At first only a
j few Jewish manufacturers were
| located at Antwerp, hut in recent
years these families increased to
60,000 souls. So large was their
influence that the Diamond Ex-
Change at Brussels was closed on
the Sabbath. Similar develop-
ment occurred in Germany under
Jewish influence from 1930.
No* the center of the diamond
industry and trade has shifted to
Palestine, which is destined to be-
come the focal point not only for
the Near and Middle East, but also
for Europe. The Palestine gov-
ernment, appreciating these possi-
bilities, has repealed the high im-
port tariff on raw and unpolished
'gems in order to encourage the
diamond industry and trade, which
will mean so much to the economic
structure of the country. Pales-
tine is in an unusually accessible
geographical position for this
trade, standing as it does at the
junction of Southern Europe, Af-
rica and Asia, and being within
easy travelling distance of India,
whose maharajahs and similar
rulers are extensive purchasers of
precious gems and frequently
need new settings for their jew-
elry.
Union City, N. .1. W N S>
While the police pressed their
search for the perpetrators of the
World's Fair explosion which took
the lives of two detectives and in-
jured five others, a phony "bomb"
found on the steps of the Hebrew
School of the North Hudson Jew-
ish Community Center led police
eve that pro-Nazi elements
were responsible for the recent
bombing and hoaxes.
An unidentified man called the
Union City police last Friday
night and said that a bomb had
been planted on the steps of a syn-
agogue. The police sp.d to sever-
al Jewish institutions before they
found a box on the steps of the
Hebrew school.
KILLED B! NAZIS
New York (WNS IFran/. Wer-
fei, world-famous (ierman-.Iewish
novelist and author of -'The Forty
Days of Musa Dagh," who fled
to France from Germany, has been
seized and shot by the Nazis, ac-
cording to a British broadcast
heard here by the National Broad-
casting Company. The broadcast
said, however, that the report has
not been confirmed.
Another report received here
from lxmdon said that Mr. V> cr-
fel's British publishers have made
fruitless attempts to find the au-
thor, lie was last reported at
Vichy, France.
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PAGH SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1910
T
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)Palestine had its first prac-
tice black-out covering the whole
of the country on the night of
June 3rd. In some places, such as
Haifa and Tel Aviv, the "Lights
Out" order from midnight to dawn
had been enforced for a short
vhile previously purely as a pre-
cautionary measure.
Contrasting with the brilliantly
B'NAI B'RITH
Mil
NOTES
by Harold Turk
I am pleased to announce to the
members of Sholem Lodge and
of the Ladies Auxiliary that ar-
rangements have been completed
for a splendid evening full of fun,
enjoyment and entertainment at
our next social mesting which
will be in the form of a beach pic-
lighted streets, restaurants, store njc party, Tuesday evening, July
windows and places of public en- (23rd.
tertainment which have brought
Tel Aviv to the forefront of Medi-
terranean watering places, the
dense pall of gloom that hung over
the city and was only relieved by
the sickle moon in the early hours
of the morning served to bring
home to residents the full implica-
tions of the struggle upon which
the British Empire was engaged
with all its vast resources.
Arab towns and villages in Pal-
estine also had black-out practice,
foremost among them being Acre,
Gaza. Bethlehem, Beit Jallah and
Ramallah.
A blanket order covering the
Place is the Seaglades Pool and
Cabana Club on Collins Ave., at
the foot of 21st Street, Miami
Beach. Time, 8:00 p. m.
There will be dancing to the mu-
sic and songs of Bob Leers and
his orchestra, swimming, enter-
tainment and refreshments.
Facilities for changing from
your street clothes to your bath-
ing suit and vice versa, have been
arranged and will be provided.
Towels will also be supplied.
Don't forget your bathing suits.
This affair is free and for the
benefit only of paid-up members
of our Lodge and their wives or
and Al Pallot, chairmen of the en-
tertainment committee and meet-
ings program committee, respect-
ively, for the splendid programs
they have arranged thus far this
year. The July social should
be another success on their list.

Our athletic committee has be-
come very active and has started
a program which should prove
very interesting and enjoyable to
the members who have been too
busy or too lazy to get out and
stretch in one form or another.
. Brother Max Goldstein who
is chairman of the athletic com-
mittee really is doing a swell job
in stirring up interest among the
members (did you know that Max
was one of the greatest athletes
the University of Florida has ever
had ?) The members have been
sent a notice of the B'nai B'rith
golf tournament to be held this
IRVING KALER
Irving Kaler. of Atlanta, Ga.,
whose election as grand aleph
Sunday, July 21, at 1:00 p. m. at godol of Aleph Zadik Aleph. B'nai
Miami Springs Golf Course. Mail ; B'rith youth organization, at the
the return card if you intend to
participate or else call Brother
Goldstein at 3-7768 .... and re-
member let there be no quarrel-
ling over those score cards.
country makes it imperative for all 'guests and for the paid-up mem-
utomobiles to have dimmed or j bers of the Ladies Auxiliary and
their husbands or escorts. Please
shaded lights, most drivers and
owners putting blue or purple cel-
lophane on the inside of the head-
lamps, or using dark-colored
bulbs.
Jewish A. R. P. Societies, under
the charge of an American-Jewish
resident Mr. Charles Passman,
formerly of the American Zion
Commonwealth and now director
of the Emica (Joint Emergency
Fund and Jewish Colonization As-
sociation projects) in Palestine
as co-ordinator. have also been
making active preparations for an
emergency. Jewish wardens have
been trained in air raids precau-
tionary measures, first aid and
demolition parties are now work-
THE GATEWAY TO HEALTH
DB. FREDERICK BUTLER
Dietetic Chemistry
Naturnpathir Physician
CHIROPRACTOR
463 41st St.. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-7808
bring your membership cards
showing that your 1940 dues have
been paid.
The entertainment and meetings
committees have gone to some ex-
pense and have worked hard to
put this affair on and those of you
who attend are guaranteed the
grandest time you have had in a
long time.
Al Berkeley. Chairman
Entertainment Committee

Perhaps it would be nice to
have a beauty contest at our beach
picnic party since there will un-
doubtedly be a great number of
lovely girls and women in bathing
suits. ... I would like to state at
this time that we owe a vote of
thanks to Brothers Al Berkeley
ing efficiently, and volunteer fire
brigades have received the neces-
sary instuctions to cope with in-
Our Lodge again went on the
air over Station WIOD last Sun-
day at 3:00 p. m. The Jewish
Hour which is heard regularly on
that station from 3:00 p. m. to
3:30 p. m. every Sunday, was
turned over to us by the Rabbin-
ical Association and we present-
ed a symposium of B'nai B'rith ac-
tivities. Brother Harry Simon-
hoff spoke on Anti-Defamation;
Brother Joseph A. Berman, on Vo-
cational Guidance; Brother Milton
Friedman on A. Z. A.; Brother E.
Albert Pallot on Student Union
Activities; and Brother Ike Levin
on Charities and general B'nai
B'rith activities. The program
was introduced by our own presi-
dent. Jack Abbott, who also intro-
duced the various speakers. .
they all did a splendid job and we
can well be proud of these fine
men who are so ably heading our
organization and their respective
committees. The radio is a
splendid source of conveying in-
formation and ideas to the pub'ic
and our I-odge- should attempt to
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(Continued from Page 4)
bloom has made quite a name for
'himself in srreenland he still cher-
' ishes a yen for the ring He's
trying to get somebody to arrange
a big fight for him as ,n sort of
farewell performance Which
reminds us that Max llaer Is
thinking of celebrating his victory
over Tony Galento by making an-
other movie .
WEEKLY GIGGLE
From Italy via Broadway cornea
the tale of how Mussolini and
King Victor Emmanuel of Italy
were walking down the street to-
gether when the king dropped his
handkerchief Mussolini cour-
teously started to pick it up :',>r
recent 17th annual convention, him. when the king stopped him
makes him the head of the larg-
est Jewish boys' organization in
the United States.
ship drive which is in full swing nowadays."
if we want to make that drive -i
success and increase our member-
ship to 1">00. which is our goal .
During these summer months
many of us are not so busy, and
we could very easily devote an
hour now and then to approach-
ing our brethren who are not mem-
bers and sign them up. our
ultimate goal is and should be to
enlist every Jewish man in our
community over the age of 21
years of age, as a member of our
I-odge.
In furtherance of our plans to
develop among the A. Z. A. boys
good future members of B'nai
B'rith, we are turning our regu-
lar September meeting over to the
A. Z. A. boys. They will be in
complete charge and conduct the
entire program during that night
.... from my observations and
experiences with the A. Z. A. boys
our September meeting will be
worth while attending.
. "Please don't touch my hand-
kerchief." the monarch requ.'st.d
. 'After all, it's the only thing
you let me stick my nose ir-to
1 have been carrying on a one-
broadcast from time to time, so sided affair for some time now in
that the public in general and the
Jewish people in particular, will
cendiary bombs and fires result- be informed of our activities and
ing from air raid attacks. Anti- ; will recognize, our programs and
mustard gas and other gas decon- accomplishments.
tamination schemes have also been
studied and adopted for local con-
ditions.
The committee in charge of the
State Federation Convention to
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pills.
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do not upset the stomach, con-
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Other schemes now under con-' be held over the labor Day week
sideration or already in practice \ end, September 1st and 2';d, of
are for the protection of the Iraq which Brother Al Pallot is the
petroleum pipe line from Mosul chairman, has succeeded in o'otain-
to the Haifa terminal, the oil- '"B the Hollywood Beach Hotel
reservoir area in Haifa Bay, and for the convention,
the water pipe line from the coast- I This is a splendid choice and
al river of the Yarkon near Tel | with the setting and facilities of
MOST people who t Dr Mil, Av'\ t01JerusaI,'m. as well as the -^' Hollywood Beach Hotel the
TIKE!S?.TI *reat electricity plant at Nahar- Convention will unquestionably be
aim and the power rouse in Jeru- an outstanding success,
"l!- I All of the plans and details of
the Tel Aviv Municipal Coun- the Convention will be coverec
cil has drawn up plans for the within the next week or two in
construction of public air raid this column by Brother Pallot
shelters in that area at a cost of
50,000 pounds sterling, for the use Approximately six months have
of such people as might be in the passed since our new officers and
streets at the time of attack, or the new administration of our
|as may not have private shelters Lodgie have taken office It is
.in their own dwellings. These fitting and proper that we'take an
shelters were assigned for con- accounting of those six months
struction in 150 houses in all parts 'and recognize the splendid prog-
ress that our Lodge has made and
writing this column, and I have
often wondered whether anybody
read it, and if they did, whether
they enjoyed it to any extent .
I wonder. I would appreciate any
suggestions, criticis.ns or infor-
mation that woulj improve this
column, which is fur your infor-
mation a..;! your enjoyment.
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of the city as well as on school
premises and in public squares.
Air raid shelters and trenches
have also been or are being built
at Haifa, both in the harbor
front area and further up on Ha-
dar Harcarmel and other parts of | committees.
the fine work that it has done un-
der the guidance of our president.
Brother Jack Abbott. His enthu-
Jasm and sincerity has inspired
the other officers, chairmen of
and
committee-men and
the members in general, to
work hard for the benefit of our
Lodpe, our people and our com-
munity .... Carry on the good
work, Jack

And since this is the halfway
the famous mount.
Reports in the local Arabic
press state that the Passive De-
fense Committee at Damascus has
decided to purchase a large quan-
tity of gas masks in Palestine and
to order a further number from
S"wu All rod Bhe]teTS are t0 mark fr this year w* should 1
be built in the Syrian Capital. i special attention to our member-
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service, modern office facilities,
displays of equipment? Why fret
home economist service? Why
kitchen planning?
These PLUS services make the ose
of electricity more convenient and
economical, or acquaint you with
new ways to put it to work for yes.
Thus. PLUS services increase tho
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FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN

THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
Y W. H. A. Family Supper This
Sunday
This Sunday is the night. Mrs.
lake Engler, one of the finest
communal workers in these parts,
ia .naii man of the Y.,W. H. A.
Kamilv Supper and Card Party to
L nil this Sunday. July 21st
^rting at 6:30 p. m. at the Y
grounds. ,
** Th g is the first program in the
Berie of events that mU brcon-
,llK,,d by the Y. M. andJT.W.H.
a over the summer months, we
know many of you folks have a
>..,... deal of spare tune on hand
Jnd we feel that you wlU attend
these functions in full regaha.
\ ussion is 50c for adults and
25c lor children.
Postmaster George Merrick to be
Guest Speaker at Installation
Mathew S. Bandler, chairman.
announce! that all arrangements
"\ for the joint Y. M. and Y. W. H. A.
Installation of officers banquet
and .lance to be held Sunday July
28th at the Tides Hotel. Miami
Beach, are In complete readiness.
One Of Miami's most prominent
citiiens, George Merrick, recently
appointed postmaster, has con-
sented to be our guest speaker at
this affair. Our past president,
E Vlbert Pallot. will preside as
toasl laster for the evening. May
we suggest to vou folks interested
in attending this function, to
please make your reservations at
I me as reservations are lim-
For particulars phone the
\ M. H. A.. 8-4012.
Moonlite Sail August 11
galore will be ihe keynote.
< ,,., Sunday, August llth when
Y. M. 11. A. will sponsor their
PSl boat cruise of the year. Youi
scribi and his capable assistants,
Murry Grossman, Lew Safan and
Mrs. Jake Engler will see to it
thai everyone attending will have
one swell time. Tickets are on
sale now at 60c per head. The
first 115 sales will be the only
- honored because the boat just
can't carry anymore. (Especially
our crowd). Call in now for du-
cats. The Biacayne Boat will be
the site for the nite.
News Around Town
Lee Johns vs. Y. M. H. A. Sun-
day. July 21st at Flamingo Park
. .*. Maurice Grossman to be inter-
viewed Sunday by Mrs. Collins of
the Florida Teachers Association
over WKAT at 2:30 p. m. on ques-
tions regarding the Y. M. H. A.
Home Camp Mrs. Milton
Friedman, Sylvia to you boys and
girls, is now connected with the
Y. M. H. A. as a counsellor of the
Home Camp The "Y" received
a fine compliment from Pat"
Cannon, our Congressman in
Washington in reply to a letter
sent Pat by our executive director
inquiring what part our "Y" could
play in the National Defense of
Y. M. H. A. Duckpin Bowling
League
Team standings, sixth week:
Team W L
Demons ................................12 6
Supermen..............................11 7
Bombers.................... .......... 11 7
, Hangers ................................ 8 10
Blackies............................... 7 11
Silverstreaks ....................... 5 13
Individual Scores
Player G
Sam Tendrich ........18
Al Berkowitz ...18
Hal Levinaon 15
H. Schwartz .........18
'Abe Berkowitz ......18
'Joe Berman ...........12
[ Louis Spector ...... 9
i Leo Lipowsky 3
Leroy Feldman .... 18
I Abe Silver ........ 18
' Abe Winer ...........15
H. Waitaman ........ ll
Sol U-vin 18
I. Querido 12
Murray Streit
W. Mackaui is
P. Silverman 18
II. Berkowitz 12
W. Liberoff ......12
G. Goldsmith 18
Jules Spector 4
Pete Garvett ..... 12
Jack Apte 15
Nat Blumberg 14
Marvin Rubin 6
Frank Rose 5
ii. Rosenthal 18
George Davis 12
Sam Beckman 5
| Al Reisman 4
Murray Apte 18
Jules Wilson .18
Lew Safan ,14
Geo. Wolpert l
Harry Kamins 12
Al Dubter ...6
Miki Adler 2
.Marvin Apte 13
Mickey Lubel 8
B. Schweitzer 18
M. Friedman ''
Happy Freilich '5
Oscar Argintar 3
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Y. M. H. A. athletic director.
Mickey Lubel, who will be happy
to help in arranging games, etc.
Do it today. Phone 3-4011 .
Murry Grossman was appointed
chairman of the entertainment
committee Doc Beckman, our
president, is busy arranging a pro-
gram for general meetings and
social meetings.
Schedule of Events
July 22, Junior Division meet-
ing; J. W. V. Drum and Bugle
Corps Practice.
July 23, Ladies Night on the
Athletic Field; Girl Scout meeting.
July 24, Basketball Clinic.
July 25, Forum Club meeting;
Boy Scout meeting, Troop No. 6.
Y. W. H. A. NEWS
Book of the Month Club
Another division of our Y'W re-
cently formed is the Book of the
Month Club which will meet for
the first time Wednesday, August
21st under the guidance of Airs.
Joel Belov at the home of Mrs.
Sam Tannenbaum. 2103 S. W. llth
Street. Mrs. Charles Feldman will
review "How Green Was My Val-
ley," by Richard Llewllyn. For
further details communicate with
Mrs. Belov at 4-4589.
Sewing Classes
Under the capable directorship
of Mrs. J. Wilson, chairman, and
her committee, sewing and knit-
ting for the Ke.l Cross continues
every afternoon at the Y. All
those working on sweaters are re-
quested to have them completed
and at the Y luesday as they must
be tinned over to the Red Cross
at the latest then.
by
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
(The writer will be glad to answer
any problem of his reuders. Write
to him in care of this newspaper)
Society Issues
New Publication
YW Athletics
A YW bowling league is being
formed with Mrs. Esther Schaffer
in charge, and will nave its initial
meeting Monday evening at 8 p.
m. at the Y clubrooms. All mem-
bers interested are urged to be
On time.
our country. We are anxiously
awaiting another reply from So-
licitor General Biddle Herbie
Cohen, star hurler for the "Y"
team, has been made head coun-
sellor of the Home Camp Har-
riette Damenstcin who did a swell
job with the Dramatic Department
I of the Camp resigned because of
other matters good luck, Har-
riette Good news. The local
B'nai B'rith is organizing a bowl-
ing team under the leadership of
E. Max Goldstein, their athletic
director Good luck, B'nai B'rith
' and we sincerely hope the Y. M.
H. A. will be your first opponent
in a three game match Now
for the other fine Jewish organ-
izations in our midst, Hadassah,
Council, Temples, etc. to form an
athletic council and meet with the
EDGAR J. BURMAN
National Commander of the Jew-
ish War Veterans, who will hold
their 45th annual encampment in
Boston, August 28th until Sep-
tember 1st.
Dangerous Toys
The toys you give to your chil-
dren to play with are more import-
ant than you think. Toy firearms,
even when they aren't dangerous
in themselves, are all dangerous
in the effect they have on your
child's mind.
All too often are newspaper sto-
ries of children accidentally in-
juring of killing themselves with
revolvers that they manage to get
hold of.
Even if there are never any
weapons around that the child can
hurt himself w .th, it is dangerous
to build yp in his mind the idea ,
that playing with firearms is lots
of fun. It surrounds firearms
with a glamour they have no busi-
ness having, and this glamour will
carry over even after your child
j becomes old enough to understand
completely the difference between
the real thing and its imitation.
If you don't want your son to will-
ingly and enthusiastically become
cannon fodder in the next war. be
careful in these most impression-
able years of his life he gels no
: ideas from his toys that playing
Soldier is an exciting game. No
lone knows how .many potential
criminals were started on the path
to good citizenship instead when
children following the movi"
trends, deride,1 that being the "G-
man" in the cops and robbers
games, was more exciting than
: being the gangster. And no one
knows how many potential mili-
tarists are being nio'ded when
children get. through their games.
the idea that war is an exciting
drama. There are many suitable
toys therefore, choose your child's
toys wisely.
Avoiding the Humdrum
Before Shirley Temple begins a
new movie, her mother and teach-
er always tell her the story about
the country in which the play is
set. This gives her a full back-
ground in her work and arouses
her interest in the character that
she is to portray. That is one rea-
son why she is such a quick pupil,
and why she learns so intelligent-
ly. It is very sensible to use such
tactics on your child, too. She
need not necessarily be an actress.
Children will learn more quick-
ly if they have an interest in the
particular subject. Add interest
to the task by expanding its back-
ground. Any simple deed will fit
into this system. For example,
consider a way to teach your little
son how to tie his shoelace. The
subject of knots is interesting to
any boy. Let him know about the
different uses of various knots,
the way boy scouts study them.
Then, whenever he must tie his
shoelace, it is no longer a hum-
drum job. Seeing them, in a larg-
er scope, makes life's little duties
more interesting.
"Candles in the Night": Jewish
tales by Gentile authors, edited
and compiled by Rev. Dr. Joseph
L. Baron, 420 pp., $2.50 Philadel-
phia; The Jewish Publication Soci-
ety of America.
Just now, while a new Dark
Age casts its ominous shadows on
many erstwhile centers of culture
and the lights of morality are be-
ing put out, it is important to
keep aglow 'the candles of human
sympathy and understanding kind-
led by the great spirits of the
ages.
The stories in this volume, writ-
ten originally in nine different
languages by twenty-three mast-
ers of the story-telling art. were
culled from fourteen national lit-
eratures. Each of them fulfills
the fundamental requirements of a
story, namely, interest and enter-
tainment to the reader. Character
sketches, drama and adventure,
tragedy, satire and mystery may
be found here side by side.
Some of these stories appear
j here in new form, others are pub-
lished here for the first time in
English. All of the tales are lit-
erary masterpieces in their re-
spective countries, and all of them
teach the first and most funda-
mental Law. the Golden Rule of
Human Brotherhood.
Junior Hadassah
The regular meeting of Junior
Hadassah will be held Monday,
July 22nd in the form of a supper
meeting at 6:30 o'clock at Wal-
green's. S. E. 2nd Ave. and Flag-
ler Street. Reservations can be
made by calling the chairman.
Miss Ida Safer, at 4-0666. Mem-
bers and friends invited to attend.
Plans have been completed for
the Administration dance to be-
held August 18th at the Hotel
Cromwell Shore Club. Mrs. Paul-
ine Querido, chairman, is assisted
by Miss Hanna Mack and Mrs.
Hilda Breskin. Tickets are $1.10
per couple and may be obtained
from any member or at the door.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JII.Y 19, 1HI0
I
START ACADEMY
FOR ADULT JEWS

MRS MILTON I VN
forn.i .
marriage was "' June
i >. Columbia, S. C.
Levin-Cohen
Nuptials Sunday
Announcement of the mai
of their daughter Rose, to 11
n. was made today by Mr. and
Mrs. Ely I evin, long time re ;
e attended
the public Bchoola of
is a graduate of thi i '
College for Wom< n. Sh hi
in local communal
and is a memb c of I he I' Ita Phi
Epsilon Soroi ity. G is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. S. II.
of Charleston, S. C, attended
school there and is a graduate of
the College of Charleston. He is
a member of the Charleston B'nai
B'rith and is demitting to the Mi-
ami Sholem Lodge. Present for
the wedding, which will take place
this coming Sunday at the Palatial
Ki staurant with Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff officiating, will be the
groom's parents and a brut her. Dr.
Joseph Cohen, also of Charleston.
Only members of the immediate
family will be present. The couple
Will honeymoon for three weeks
visiting Charleston and New York
and will reside in Miami upon
their return where Mr. Cohen is
connected with the Florida Whole-
sale Grocery Co.
New York (WNS) Designed
to create a more informed Jewish
laity which will recognize "the
vast significance of religious tra-
ditions for the preservation of
liberty in our time," a National
Academy for Adult Jewish Studies
was established by the Jewish
Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica.
In announcing the establish-
ment of the Academy, a spokes-
man for the Jewish Theological
Semh d. that
u ian pow h Eu-
only to
Ameri
. more to Ami rican i rlncipl
religion and >'"
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R.
I., will serve as national di
of tin F'nk-
.-' the J
1. Seminar; will be
In a si > the
ization meeting of the
i I'. ; I '
i"he weakness of democracy in
the fs inism has
been due in th ace to dis-
union and in id place to
n alize tl
racy is mori than merely a
> rnmi nl It is a waj of
. based on the relij
1
and the dignity and worth of man.
Jud lism has an important con-
tribution to make to the preserva-
a 1 of this doctrine.
The National Academy for Adult
Jewish Studies will seek to
strengthen the faith in God and in
I human dignity, by spreading in-
, formation regarding the Jewish
'religious faith. It is particularly
important that this foundation be
strong in our time when the great
Jewish centers of learning in Eu-
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It was announced that the Acad-
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'Jewish education movement in
' this country next November, func-
tioning through 100 affiliated In-
stitutes for Adult Jewish Edu-
cation m every part of the coun-
try. Courses of study will be of-
fered in four fields of Jewish
knowledge: principles of Jewish re-
ligion, the Bible and Hebrew lan-
guage, Jewish history and Jewish
literature.
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FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1910 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREI CONGREGATION BETH DAVID Pioneer Congregation) MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi Rabbi's Residence: 919 South West 13th Court Phone 3-5192 Palm Beachj Notes Mr. Bon Ryder h..s returned to I the city after a visit of several Weeks in Now York. SCHEDULE OF SERVICES I 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAfIKU, HaDDi 498 S. W. 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Gruner and | daughter Rosalyn and son Stanley, Daily services: 8 a. m., and 5:45 h av returned after a motor trip p. m. through the northern states, also Friday evening services, 5:30 8Ccom P* n fed by their other two p. m. |daughters, Millicent and Elaine on PERMANENT CALENDAR Shabbes: 9:00 a. m. Milicha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. ni. the trip, who remained at summer earn]) at Waynesville, N. C. j BETH JACOB j CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third | .„„ Street, Miami Beach | MOSES MESCHELOFF, Raobl 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1323 I MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor i Phone 5 2013 945 Eucnd Avenue i nue Dr. and Mrs. Carl N. Herman Synagogue New, 2* vacationing for a month in New lork. Dr. Herman is Rabbi of Our new synagogue which will Temple Beth Israel Daily services at i a. m. and be dedicated, God pleasing, on I Friday evening at 5:30 o'clock. | September 22 is about to be com' „ D — ~ Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30 plated and we beg to inform the L ', T\ ?' B Julia 'Jewish community that there is fhev JSvieU f "**** iMv Friday evening services, still an opportunity for those inFriday evening 8:15. terested to share in this social en| Mazul Tov Mr. ('. Allen and Miss Rose Nathan were joined in marriage at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Stone, lust Sunday night. Rabbi Meschelofi performed the deavor"and"ara,;'sam;"tIn;ob:L ^ BHmmCT ^of HSSTJ Mesh''of T^'l a permanent emoria £ |'" Temple Beth I rael are l\jSLL Birmingham. We join their many friends in several months. Synagogue Services Shachriss daily at 8:00 a. m.; Saturday at 8:3u a. m. Mincha daily at 7:00 p. m.j Friday and Saturday at 0:45 p. in. Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday 7:00 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The Portion of the Week." Muariv daily at 7:25 p. m.J Saturday at 7:4U p. m. Junior services, Saturday 10:30 "• m. tain a permanent memorial for Hebrew School, 3:15 to 6:15 j one's loved ones with the purchase ^ at hrnda >' evening at the Temp. m. of a memorial window. The price I P e to whil h thl public is invited Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 • of these is but one hundred dollars | t 0 attend ani. | and arrangements for the same Bar-Mittvah Group, Sunday at could be made by contacting one 9:00 a. m. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:80 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of month. Nochum Availing May the Almighty assuage the pain of Mrs. Hyman Sootin at the untimely death of her beloved brother, who passed away in New York, and to Mrs. J. Lang at the death of her father. May their souls be bound up in the bond of /' eternal life. Congratulations Our congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretzman at the thirteenth birthday of their son Billy. May they indeed reap great "Nachas" from him. Visiting With Parents Rabbi Max Shapiro and family are visiting with the Rabbi's parents in New York and are expected to return to Miami shortly. Sid Zuckerman, member of the of the officers or anv member of Hebrew Athletic Club Diamond the building committee. Greetings Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner are vacationing for a month in Maine and they take this means of sendBall team in the local commercial league, was chosen to represent the i tub in a double header against the St. Petersburg merchants. 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 27745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-9548 Miami Congregational ''Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation.'—Hillel Mr. and Mrs. Sidney \V. Colder Johnnie Feller Phone 3.7681 JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP Auto Painting Wrecks Rebuilt Upholstery Woodwork Auto Tops Our Specialty 74 N. E. 20TH STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA :#= tag greetings to all of their friends -„„„„_.. K u',.u J !" K .u tit•._ %  ,. announce the birth of a son Tuesboth within and without the Con' J ,,. ,„,,. ,..,, ,, nwation day '. July ,th at tlu (;uo '' Samaritan Hospital. Both mother and baby are doing nicely. Congratulations We are pleased to congratulate the Federation upon the appointa "d Mincha services will be held merit of a full time executive diat 12:30 noon. Rabbi Abraham rector and beg to extend to Mr. i Click will be in charge of the serJoffe the best wishes of our Convices, gregation. n,, ard Meeting The Fast of Tammuz A meeting of our board of diThe 17th day of Tammuz which rectors will be held next Tuesday falls this year on Tuesday. July 'at the Synagogue starting prompt28 is to our sorrow doubly approly at 8:00. Important matters conpriate in these tragic days (corning our Synagogue will be to our people. The Fast Day will taken up and all board members be observed with special prayers [are urged to be present. wishing the happy pair a long life of wedded bliss. Refuah Shlomah We wish a speedy recovery to Mr. and Mrs. N. Ginsberg who are both recuperating at the Tides Hotel. We pray Cod send a complete recovery to Mrs. M. Genet who is ill at St. Francis Hospital. Condolences Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to Mr. Sam Josepher and family on the loss of their wife and mother. The late Mrs. Josepher had been ailing for many a year. She was interred in Woodlawn cemetery. May God console the bereaved family and friends. MR. & MRS. A'DOLPH DAUM kn vn as Daum's Kosher Markets Miami r :1 Miami Beach Are No Long.Connected with Either Store Formerly Operated By Them. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, July 19th. at 8:15 o'clock, the late services will be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Sisterhood All ladies are urged to attend on Monday mornings at 9:30 o'clock in Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel to participate in the sewing project for the Red Cross. In Memoriam '".May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn and comfort the beeared among us." At the services this Friday evening the memory of the following will be hallowed: Sarah Feibelman, mother of Mr. H. U. Feibleman; Hannah Levin, mother of Mr. Isaac Levin; Sippie W. Apte. mother of Mr. Day J. Apte and Mr. R. W. Apte; Hugo Falkenstein. father of Mr. Walter Falkenstein. %5HSUST BROS JUS* L*^ Is the BEST.' KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. nco. 37th 8t. and Normal Art OMICAGO, ILL. DaMnsi Carats] Beef Ptakkrf. Cat***] sjsi Bmtkmi Meats DEMAND IT F*OM YOU1 DKJCATMSSKN N< Koolmotor GASOLENE and OILS Acme Tires Cities Service Products ORANGE STATE OIL CO. 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 MORNING— Temple Israel Sisterhood Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross, at Kaplan Hall. EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING—National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section Legislation and Study Groups at the home of Mrs. C. H. Adler EVERY WEDNESDAY — Senior Hadassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4 p. m. at Temple Israel Vestry Room, benefit Red Cross. j EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON—Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross at Y Clubrooms. 'EVERY THURSDAY EVENING B'nai B'rith bowling games at Miami Recreation Center 7:30 p. m. SECOND AND FOURTH TUESDAYS of each month, regular meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith. JULY 21—B'nai B'rith Golf Tournament at Miami Springs followed by Buffet Supper. 21—Y. W. H. A. Family Supper and Card Party at Y, 7:30 p. m. 21—Workmen's Circle Affair— Date announced. 21—National Council Jewish Juniors Combination Dance anJ Swim at Seaglades Cabana Club benefit of National Children's Convalescent Home. 21—Freda Markowitz Post No. 174 Jewish War Veterans and Auxiliary, all day picnic at Greynolds Park. 10 a. m. 22—Junior Division Y. M. H. A. Watermelon Party. 23—B'nai B'rith Beach Party. 23—Workmen's Circle Boat Ride. 23—Miami Section National Council Jewish Women Dessert Bridge 1:30 p. m. in Hostess Room of Southern Dairies. 27—Y-Ette Watermelon Party at 8:30, Y Grounds. Calendar of Events The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the benefit of all organizations in Greater Miami, depends for its success upon the continued co-operation of every group in the community. Dates for next week's issue should be in the office by Wednesday morning. To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dales as early as possible. The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Ave., Phone 2-1141, which conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in the matter of clearing dates. 28—Joint Installation of the Y. M. H. A., Y. W. H. A. and Y. Junior Division. Tides Hotel, Miami Beach. 28—Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami Card Party. AUGUST 4—Workmen's Circle Affair— Date announced. 18—Workmen's Circle Afftiir — Date announced. 20—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Boat Ride. SEPTEMBER 15—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Evening of Games. —Miami Beach Habonoth Meet ing every Monday night starting this date. 17—Freda Markowitz Post No. 174 29—Pioneer Women's Organize12 —Miami Jc wish Orthodox Congregatiou Synagogue Dedication. 25—-"' 'ional Council of Jewish Women Miami Section opening Fall Meeting. Board Meeting 10 a, m. followed by luncheon and general me. ting. OCTOBER 5—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, i National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section general meeting. 10—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewj ish Orthodox Congregation Cafeteria Supper. 24—Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami, Literary evening. 2(i—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Membership Tea. 27—National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section Board Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon. DECEMBER 4—National Council of Jewish Women General Meeting 2 S m. liami Beach Habonoth Chanukah Entertainment. 28—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation 28—Beth Jacob Religious School Chanukah Affair. 29—Miami Beach Mizrachi Latkeh Party. EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Emanary Proprietors Super Full Circle Retreading and Vulcanizing Used Tires-Bargains Road Service 400-15 Fiat Tires The Only Place in Town Who Makes Them 1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-0673 CEMENTINE PRODUCTS 3220 N. 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PACE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JII.Y 19, 1HI0 I START ACADEMY FOR ADULT JEWS MRS MILTON I VN forn.i marriage was %  "' • June i > %  Columbia, S. C. Levin-Cohen Nuptials Sunday Announcement of the mai of their daughter Rose, to 11 n. was made today by Mr. and Mrs. Ely I evin, long time re ; e attended the public Bchoola of is a graduate of thi i %  College for Wom< n. Sh hi in local communal %  and is a memb c of I he I' Ita Phi Epsilon Soroi ity. G is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. II. of Charleston, S. C, attended school there and is a graduate of the College of Charleston. He is a member of the Charleston B'nai B'rith and is demitting to the Miami Sholem Lodge. Present for the wedding, which will take place this coming Sunday at the Palatial Ki staurant with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating, will be the groom's parents and a brut her. Dr. Joseph Cohen, also of Charleston. Only members of the immediate family will be present. The couple Will honeymoon for three weeks visiting Charleston and New York and will reside in Miami upon their return where Mr. Cohen is connected with the Florida Wholesale Grocery Co. New York (WNS) — Designed to create a more informed Jewish laity which will recognize "the vast significance of religious traditions for the preservation of liberty in our time," a National Academy for Adult Jewish Studies was established by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. In announcing the establishment of the Academy, a spokesman for the Jewish Theological Semh d. that u ian pow h Euonly to Ameri more to Ami rican i rlncipl religion and >'•" %  %  R. I., will serve as national di of tin F'nk.-' the J 1. Seminar; will be In a s i % %  • >• the ization meeting of the i I'. ; I • %  i"he weakness of democracy in the fs inism has been due in th ace to disunion and in id place to n alize tl racy is mori than merely a > rnmi nl It is a waj of based on the relij 1 and the dignity and worth of man. • Jud lism has an important contribution to make to the preservaa 1 of this doctrine. The National Academy for Adult Jewish Studies will seek to strengthen the faith in God and in I human dignity, by spreading in, formation regarding the Jewish 'religious faith. It is particularly important that this foundation be strong in our time when the great Jewish centers of learning in EuFor the Finest in STRICTLY KOSHER Meats & Poultry PHONE 2-4994 MALEK'S 1832 S. W. Eighth St. rope have been so ruthlessly destroyed." It was announced that the Academy will launch a popular adult 'Jewish education movement in this country next November, functioning through 100 affiliated Institutes for Adult Jewish Education m every part of the country. Courses of study will be offered in four fields of Jewish knowledge: principles of Jewish religion, the Bible and Hebrew language, Jewish history and Jewish literature. AS A VIST GASV1P JEWS ENLIST r INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS %  i cy)—1 diers i'i \. %  litical p Palestine. Thi tments, i, out, in om %  '•"ii u ill bi h i chanical I I company v will, at first be Bril but later, Jews. Of the balance I I ..! ish compai | >necr cor| s and 550 :' v \ ari >u ground services in the air and the like. ugh the J wish Af lid, 700 J. WS were pr. viously enlisted for I I British units. Of that group 300 are J now to be transferred, together with 20 Arabs, to I i m -\ sp icial Royal Engineers ui it, officered by five Jews and one Arab. Two hundred and fifty drivers who were previously enrolled are now entering a Jewish mcchan' ical transportcompany .Mr.Shcrtek reported. The Jewish Agency had offered its assistance in enrolling Jewish pilots already '.rained or available for training, but only British born pilots are now admitted t" the Royal Air Force. If a change in the rules should, occur. Jews would be eligible The Jewish Agency regards the present recruiting of Jewish units as an important step toward i the recognition of the Jewish position in Palestine, enabling the Jews to make their contribution to the prosecution of the war as a in. Mr. Shertek declared. New York (WNS)—Morris C. European chairman of the j joint Distribution Committee, who I arrived In New York from Lisbon, Portugal on the Yankee Clipper, declared that "the whole E uopi an continent with a few exceptions h ag been converted into i vast concentration camp as a r -nil ol nation of Bi ; I, 1 1 I I %  %  D. C. i i : %  trip from : : I ants I n ... All Paris i %  tan It I %  %  rs of thi so families o locate each ot "I saw many men and women of culture harnessed like pack animal.', to improvised carts in which wi PI piled tin little they were able to s %  • e (..' their b< 1 mgings, toand aged parents. It .impos: ible to i icture eace and v cui tj the horr n s to America! .w ho I I ly live that are taking place all ovi I rope today. I! mdred of sands who formerly lived in comfortable circum stances had I • themseh cs depi everything. The shock of events, the sudden uprooting from home and land, anxiety and privation u ; leave their marks for years i,> come upon the people forming | backbone of European culture and civilization, unless they receive immediate material and moral encouragement from abroad. ••It is no longer a questi Jewish refugees but rather a q stion of the ability of Europe to survive. The fate of mill homeless wanderers today up with the fate of Eur .\ triumph of force \. the doom of all of tin-, while only the success ol iii can bi li f in %  spaii. i i %  I %  • i %  i, I • as Ta i .. %  : • .... foi enough to b< i bli to pro eed e\ en there. I clear that en under pri sent conditions i er offers mil :h of a solution ; i probli m. '! ie primary n< reduced its ii to one of pro' ii .. food .-:.. Iter, clothing and aid to ie i normo is refugi ons \'. hi. h. unless as is brought from s mow!. do 111 integral ion." KSoVST BROS HY^A J^ la the BEST' J! MSOftft SAYINOS NORTtACI LOAK DHDE FEDERAL snvincs arm Loan assocmTion OF mmmi # 46 H. X. First avenue at the corner of First street PHONE 2-8816 Walterson Boclv Works J. V. Walterson. Prop. BODY AND FENDER STRAIGHTENING Wheel Aligning — Blaeksmlthlng DULO and Enamel Painting 1135 North Miami A.enuo MIAMI. FLORIDA LOW 0 O I T LONG TIBMI Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. LIPTON, President ..' 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wJewisFi Florid fan \% VOLUME 13—No. 24 Gswam Tlhte Jh&wii$lh HJinMty /# MIAMI, FLORIDA,' FRIDAY. JULY 19, 1940 PRICE 10 CENTS HOSTS WJtWS,/ TSIEQQQn F FfiENGH JEWS !' %  • : 1 %  I : | Dr. Ma; %  %  %  %  at the I; • %  I %  • : i I lii.'n mi Tl %  t! %  • %  : I ten. ( %  20 pel o ordi red I V ire si 1 G rman radio : a' .1' and li ftisl joui nali: ta w ho in retent weeks have b i n gathering om I arliami nl on foreign quai ters." al obsi rvers here believed I \ %  empl •, of an oil i efim ry, were ii (i Italian i ri ing a 20 minute raid on Haifa, one of the rtant port and industi ial cities of Palestine. lend r. ; idenl of the Ji> I 'i I II Um IIILU I I Uu I b %  %  Far Dr. Hi decrees, pr su i bi ted by I will i eh iir. On i %  i' i sional, cultural I I clcs of Rumania, were i u lewI %  la ii ish Mi ar.w hile, the Nazi | co unced ttnues its criticism >f the The Italian bombers, coming in lecre. was the beginning two wavea „ rh c| ,. iv( n off pired anti-Semittc camBritish planes and anti-aircrafi paign imilar to those launched in batteries, which fired on the raidd iminated lands, l hey ers from th to the fact that almost the ( armel time during Het I Week will be a by King Carol's new toi.ditai --' U:jv w dei rei bai iVuun is '"" with the summit of Mount bust of Dr. Il.rl. Thi work of government. Th the late sculptor Dr. B is Schat all Jews from portanl g o\ tliv bust has been brought to the men! and Bern fficial posts. Fair for the memorial by 11. I. The decre were Meites of < hicago. .IIK a onference attended by King < d. liis anti-Semitic Jew a. The Nazi pri the return of all German refugees now In i cupied part of France. One newspaper, Lea Dernii es N published an open It it. r to M shal Petain demanding I he expul sion of foreign •!• u from i entn French press has published Aa Boon ag ,,„, .,,,. raid Birena TTI| IE! j R T Fl !Pi aml '"'"" N '' n : Gi K urtu Semitic editorials in recent sounded their warning, Jews and I I I flu.'Mi II |U and repn tatives Arabs went into recently con'" n,UU,,LU 111 and Ital embassies. ITILIIII 111 Ullb = ITILLEIHJRCETHE CHRIST! FRONT naive Jews. !rh newspaper, La Pestructed air raid shelters. AlGironde, assailed German though the raid was th,' first e: fugees, who had enjoyed perienced in Palestine since thi tality of France, are now beginning of the war there was no I %  to escape with gold and panic. In the air raid shelters. Jerusalem (WNS) Palestine The newspaper said .lews and Arabs discussed measexperienced its first air raid of e will never again be so ures necessary to defeat their the war when five Italian I as to give hospitality to common enemy. ers subjected Haifa to a 30-minute The injured American was j, air attack in which at least ten Mi inwhile, more than 150 JewE Flannigan. Several tanks of persons were injured. The Italian epers were arrested in ,n '' ,,a 'i Petroleum Company were planes were driven off by British on the grounds that they damaged during the raid. 'pursuit pianos which rose immeirged exorbitant prices tO lAn official Italian war comiliately to fight the bombers. German soldiers during the early ""unique from Rome said thai the According to early reports, the a of the occupation. The an"alian raiders caused fires which bombs were aimed al the ; could be sen by Italian aviators harbor. Some damage was (far 125 miles away. The communique although the attackers were drivalleged that treat damage was en off so quickly that the damage 'Ion,, to the port of Haifa and that was said to be negligible. all planes participating in the The air raid did not find Pal Haifa raid returned safely to their liases. ) • confiscated l)u ii and dosed their shops. stocks Arabs Opposed to Rule of Italians tras : nd th. %  to discharge till Jewish S, dancers and actors, .lews may no longer ; j ed in any phase of the theatre. i In istian wivi a of Jew ish men Will lie removed from their jobs. The dei ices are similar in many respects to those issued in Nazioccupied Poland. Czecho-Slovakia and Austria. Since .lews al. X eluded from membership in the totalitarian Party of the Nation, thee an ineligible for government post and may n"t bi I mployed ill any organization, The Rumanian piv-s and radio New Yoik <\\ N -~-i lather Charles E. Coughlin's prediction that the result Of the recent a< quittal of the nim < 'hi ist ion F ers would lie "that the Christiai Front movement will emerge mon vigorous and potent that ever" already proving accurate, according to The Hour, anti-Nazi weekiy. rhc anti-Fascist publicatli continue their attackon the .lens sports that the meetings of the pinning the blame for Rumania's Cnrist an fronters "are being conRabbinical College Plans New Building London (WNS) Adolf Hitli r' "I I Ian to give Palestine and Syria to his Axis partner. Premier Mussolini, in the event Great Britain is defeated, is meeting Baltimore (WNS) The Ner IsWlth bitter opposition among the rael Rabbinical College has purArabs, according to informed dip-1chased a plot of land as the site v luilt, '<'' corps for emergencies lomatic circles here. for a modern school building dorThe Arabs are opposed to Italniitory and dining hall, it was ailments. Air raid shelters have been erected in all coastal towns. have been organised througrout the land. '•in rule, neutral diplomats mainJain, despite the fact that Mussolini has given them private assurances that he will put an end to nounce.by Herman N. Neuberger, executive secretary. Mr. N. uberger said that "the rise of an institution of learning in timt'3 of Jewish aspirations in the Holy ,destruction is characteristic of the Land. The Arabs fear that the Italian dictator will also inter*e with plans for an Arab national state. Arabs in Syria arc said to be fanning to name Syria an independent state and are seeking to Britain Denies Secret Treaty London (WNS-Palcor Agency) history of Jews throughout the I— Tno British government has isArgentina Moves to Bar Refugees the increase of its political Influence." 'While the trial was in progress," The Hour said, "the Coaghlinites were fearful of a verdict of Buenos Aires iW N S) The guilty, and the result was a te.v.gOVernment of Argentina has staporary let-up in their activities, tioned 100 special gendarmes at Now. however, their anxiety has the Bolivian border with orders been dissipated and has. in fart, to turn back German-Jewish refubeen replaced by extreme elation. gees attempting to cross into ArTheir open boast is that the acages." sued a statement formally denyI gentina from Bolivia, it was anquittal proves the program of the Ner Israel Rabbinical College, in B th e existence of "any secret nounced here. Christian Front has •official saneone of the few institutions of its treaty with any Jewish body re! Government spokesmen said that tion'." kind outside of New York City, garding recognition of a Jewish was founded in 1933 as the result of the efforts of its present recognition and guarantees dean, Rabbi Jacob I. Ruderman. Free State in Judea." The government branded the story of such an agreement as .f'btain JM her integrity from Great BritIt has an enrollment of 80 stupure fabrication and termed it a *in. Turkey and Iraq. dents. J"myth" invented by the Germans. the German-Jewish refugees, who settled temporarily in Bolivia. were planning to slip across the border "illegally." The refugees have been living in temporary colonies in Bolivia. The publication stated that Father Edward F, Brophv. of the Precious Blood Church. Long Island City, New York, is playing"an increasingly important role" in the new Christian Front drive



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FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE *J < > 3 ER THE NEW ORDER IN POLAND Sholem Lodge Golf Tournament Expectation of many participants and a large audience, Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will open their program of athletic activities with a golf tournament under the direction of E. M i\ G ildstein, for members ,1 j. at .Miami %  : Twcnl Goldstein %  Roth at 3-6283. DOES TIME REALLY MARCH ON? THE YELLOW BADGE REAPPEARS oi ler in Poland neither old nor young have i caped the .; har Iships that havt followed in the wake of the dismem,, % %  the Jewish community. Old men have been forced into laand many children have been orphaned. The Joint Distribumittee, which is combined with the United Palestine Appeal and t he National Refuge* Service in the United Jewishs Appeal is p roximately 500,000 Jews in Poland dally. This is but one ny life-saving, life-giving tasks carried on by the constituent ies of the United Jewish Appeal which provide for reliel and re.„ overseas, refugee aid, immigration and settlement in Faland refugee adjustment and integration in the United States. REGULAR MEETING HELD The regular meeting of the Civic League of Miami Beach was held Tuesdaj evi ning at the Carrousel. Following the business session, various card games were played. PALESTINE MAY BE DIAMOND CENTER Nazi Germany recreates the Yellow Badge, trying to humiliate the Polish Jews and to mark them in a way that will make them easy targets for insults and attacks. The picture (left) shows a young Polish Jew with one of the variously designed badges. in this case a yellow strip of cloth with the imprint 'Jude." Another variety (right) of the Yellow Badge A yellow arm band. Harmless "Bomb" at Jewish School MS RECALL OF Ounther Rumrich, one of the Bpies on trial, as having given directions for their work in the I S.. the Anti-Nazi League charged. New York (WNS)—The NonSectarian Anti-Nazi League, which recently supplied evidence of the "irregular activities" of Dr. Friedholm Draeger, Nasi Consul in New York, at the request of the Department of State, has wiled the Department asking for the recall of Captain Frit/ Wiedemann. Nazi Consul-General in San Francisco, and all other Consular representatives "engaged In similar extraconssular activity." Wiedemann has been denounced by a U. S. Commissioner in Los Angeles as having "stepped outside the regular diplomatic procedure," in connection with the arrest of Herbert Hoehne, a German litizon, on espionage charges. "Never in the diplomatic history of our country has a foreign power appointed a man to a major diplomatic post when that man has been connected with the secret military police of the country he raepresents," read the wire to the State Department. •Wiedemann was definitely linked to Theodore Wiegand, hisher-up among the Nazi spies on trial in 1939, and was accused by U. S. SPEEDS PLAN FOR CHILDREN AID Washington (WNS)Moving swiftly to eliminate the red tape j hampering efforts to bring British children to the United States for the duration of the war. the Departments of State and Justice announced plans to grant visas to I approximately 13,000 children by August l. The announcement followed a statement by President Roosevelt that the failure of Great Britain to supply ships to bring the children here and not American red tape was responsible for the slowness with which the evacuation of children under 16 years was proceedingChildren will be admitted on visitors' visas upon the showing of intention that the small refugees will return home after the war. This eliminates quota restrictions of 6,500 a month, now applied to those entering the ; country from Great Britain on I •permanent" visas. Be Charming—Be Bright Drink MILK. Fee>l Right Ash Tour Crocs* IN uraha PAJRE... JERSEY MILK DAlf? Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agency) -Four years ago Mr, Akiba Weiss of this city took the initiative in founding a Diamond Brokers' Club here with five members, with the object of having it serve as a rendezvous for merchants in the precious-stone industry, on the lines hibs in Bi Igium and Holland. From the original five the club has grown into a membership of sixty: and now m rchants from all parts of the N ar East, and even from the Balkan countries and further a .1.1. come to Palestine for their ; ia precious gems. The first Belgian-Jewish diam0 I factory was founded three years ago. There are now five, in addition to individual workshops for polishing and setting the gems. Some 200 men and women are employed in the workshops, of which three anin Tel Aviv, one is in Nathanya, and the fifth is nowbeing transferred from Peteach Tikvah to Nathanya. The local council at Nathanya has allotted a special s.te for this new factory. It was not until .lews came from Eastern Europe to Belgium and Holland that the diamond industry really began to flourish and to grow into a potent factor of the economic life of the now invaded 1 Low Countries. At first only a j few Jewish manufacturers were | located at Antwerp, hut in recent years these families increased to 60,000 souls. So large was their influence that the Diamond ExChange at Brussels was closed on the Sabbath. Similar development occurred in Germany under Jewish influence from 1930. No* the center of the diamond industry and trade has shifted to Palestine, which is destined to become the focal point not only for the Near and Middle East, but also for Europe. The Palestine government, appreciating these possibilities, has repealed the high import tariff on raw and unpolished 'gems in order to encourage the diamond industry and trade, which will mean so much to the economic structure of the country. Palestine is in an unusually accessible geographical position for this trade, standing as it does at the junction of Southern Europe, Africa and Asia, and being within easy travelling distance of India, whose maharajahs and similar rulers are extensive purchasers of precious gems and frequently need new settings for their jewelry. Union City, N. .1. W N S> — While the police pressed their search for the perpetrators of the World's Fair explosion which took the lives of two detectives and injured five others, a phony "bomb" found on the steps of the Hebrew School of the North Hudson Jewish Community Center led police eve that pro-Nazi elements were responsible for the recent bombing and hoaxes. An unidentified man called the Union City police last Friday night and said that a bomb had been planted on the steps of a synagogue. The police sp.d to several Jewish institutions before they found a box on the steps of the Hebrew school. KILLED B! NAZIS New York (WNS I—Fran/. Werfei, world-famous (ierman-.Iewish novelist and author of -'The Forty Days of Musa Dagh," who fled to France from Germany, has been seized and shot by the Nazis, according to a British broadcast heard here by the National Broadcasting Company. The broadcast said, however, that the report has not been confirmed. 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.V r.KGM TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JULY ID, .OM *S=>:^^-S?^il^^*^^^*^ SOCIAL ACTIVITIES *AY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor VISITS HERE Miss Florence Jaffa of Indianapolis. Indiana, is visiting In Miami as the guest of her aunt and undo. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Miller. • • • i \\ Kii.iNi; TO BE HELD The unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of the late Henry Isaac Zeesman will take plaee Sunday, July 21st. at 2 p. m. at the Jewish sea ion of the Woodlawn cemetery. Rabbi Moses lieacheloff will conduct the services. All relatives and friends are invited to attend. • • • SPONSOR BOAT RIDE At the regular meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the .Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Tuesday afternoon plans were completed for their first annual boat ride party which will be held Tuesday. August 20th, a: 8:80 p. m. aboard the Yacht Seven Seas. Mrs. .1. I.. Jacobs, chairman, is in charge of arrangements. Music will be furnished for dancing and novel entertainment will be prei: freshmenta will be available. TO HOLD PICNIC An all day picnic Sunday, July 21st will be sponsored by the Freda Markowitz Post 174 of the Jewish War Veterans and its Auxiliary at Groynolds Park beginning at 10 a. m. Transportation will be provided and buses will leave from the Y at 10 a. m. Mrs. Bask Bergman, ehairman, is in charge of arrangements. Ke fi-eshmonts will be served, games played, prizes awarded and swimming enjoyed. • • • VISIT IN NORTH Mr. I. Shapoff left Sunday for Baltimore. Md.. where ho will visit relatives and friends for several w eoks. • • • ENTERTAIN AT PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretxman of 926 15th Street. Miami Beach, entertained with a dinner party in honor of their son Billy's thirteenth birthday. Thirty five guests were present including out of town guests. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Green THE PIONEER Symbolic statue by Moshe Ziffer, which stands in the Hall of Transformation of the Palestine Pavilion, a tribute to the Jewish pioneers who have restored the Holy Land to its anelelit fertility. MARRIAGE NUPTIALS PERFORMED \ IS1TING IN NEW YORK i E v\ ES FOR NORTH The wedding of Miss Helene J. Mr. and Mrs. .1. Albert an vaNorman Green of Atlanta, Ga. Q Mr. and Mrs. cationing at Saratoga Springs LEAVE FOR NORTH The many [l Mr. A. J. Mr. Morris Binder left Sunday ITobin will be glad to learn that he by tram for New York where he ihas sufficiently recuperated enab• with his family. He will ling him to leave with Mrs. Tobin last Monday by train for New York City where he will spend some time visiting relatives and fi • • • VISITING HERE Mr. and Mis. Harry A. Morton of Milwaukee. Wisconsin, accompanied by their daughter Elaine who is a student at the l'r. : ver*ity of Wisconsin, are visiting in Miami with their sister. Mrs. Alex Miller of 3717 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. \ ISITTNG IN NORTH Mis. Walter Kovner is visiting in New York with relatives friends and will be joined there by her husband shortly, • • • T VICING KEST Mrs. Michael Arnold of Coral Gables is enjoying a rest at Dr. Sloan's sanitarium Chateau* de Sante at 6900 Coral Way. Ely Gamse of Brooklyn, New \ ork, I Ah ;:. I • Richter, son ol Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richter of Miami, took place Thursday, July 4 at Colbert's in New York City, with Kabbi Colnu.n A. Z of Miami officiating. Dinner followed the ceremony. Mrs. Kiiliter attended the University i t Miami. Mr. Richter attended Miami and was gradual the University of Florida where he was a member of the 1'hi Beta Delta fraternity. The couple are taking a eruisi : % %  Cuba and Panama after which they will return to Miami to residewhere Mr. Richter is affiliated with Richter's Jewelry Co. • • • LEAVE FOR HENDERSONVII.LE Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank and family left for Hendersonville where they will vacation for several weeks. • • • TO RETURN Cantor and Mrs. Maurice Mamches and family will return to the SPONSORS FAMILY SUPPER All arrangements completed, the gala family supper and card party sponsored by the Young Women's Hebrew Association will be held Sunday, July 21st at 6:30 p. m. on the Y Athletic Field, i:>67 S. W. :>th St. with Mrs. J. En K Ur, hairman, in charge of arrangements. Full course dinners. wiches and other delicacies will be served, after which various card games for adults will bo played. Admission charged is fifty cents, adults, and twenty-five cents for children. The public is invited. • • • A. Z. A. TO MEET At the regular meeting of the Royal Palm Chapter A. Z. A. Sunday evening, July 21st at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, Mr. Isaac Levin, president of the Fifth District B'nai B'rith, will be the gui si speaker. Arthur Weiss, pre* will conduct the meeting. New Yoik where they will reman. for the summer. • • • I.EWES FOR NEW JERSEY Mr. Leon Libornian will leave Friday for Newark, N. J., where he will visit for two weeks. • • • LEAVES FOR NORTH Mr. Harry Rose will leave Frifor New York where he will meet iiis B< n Leonard who is returning from a concert tour of South America, accompanied by his wife. Mr. Rose, his son and daughter-in-law will return to Miami after a three week's visit in New York. • • • RETURNS FROM TRIP Mr. Max Feit returned to the city from Hendersonville where he was visiting with his family, who will return in the fall. • • • TO BE MARRIED The wedding of Miss Blanche Your business day Utrnu Mold/raj. toTu/n When you feel welL It is misery when you don't. Have vou ever dragged through a day made miserable bv a Headache. Neuralgia. Muscular PrtT IW *gg Menstrual Pains-a^day when only your sense of duty kept you on the job. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills usually relieve Headaches. You will find them effective also in the relief of the other nagging peons mentioned above. A package of these prompt acting pain relievers may save you hours of suffering. AT NEW RESIDENCE Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman are now residing in their new home at 1431 S. W. 4th Street where they will be glad to greet their friends. • • • RETURN TO CITY Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mann accompanied by their sons Ronald land Stuart, returned to the city %  from New York. city next week from an extended Rosnick. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. trip through the States. Maurice J. Rosnick to Irving R. • Applebaum will take place SunGIVE '':>> %  • July 2lst at the Hollywood BRIDC.E Beach Hotel. Following %  honeyThe Miami Section National moon trip the couple will be at Council of Jewish Women will home. 1721 S. W. 11th Terrace, the sponsor a dessert bridge Tuesday, latter par! of August. 23rd at 1:30 p. m. in the -s Room of the Southern Dairies, 62 N E. -:7th St.. t r the benefit of the I 1 I '. Iren. 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%  S7T FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) Y W. H. A. Family Supper This Sunday This Sunday is the night. Mrs. lake Engler, one of the finest communal workers in these parts, ia .naii man of the Y.,W. H. A. Kamilv Supper and Card Party to L nil this Sunday. July 21st ^rting at 6:30 p. m. at the Y grounds. ** Th g is the first program in the B erie of events that mU brcon, llK ,,d by the Y. M. and JT.W .H. A over the summer months, we know many of you folks have a >..,... deal of spare tune on hand Jnd we feel that you wlU attend these functions in full regaha. \ ussion is 50c for adults and 25c lor children. Postmaster George Merrick to be Guest Speaker at Installation Mathew S. Bandler, chairman. announce! that all arrangements "\ for the joint Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. Installation of officers banquet and .lance to be held Sunday July 28th at the Tides Hotel. Miami Beach, are In complete readiness. One Of Miami's most prominent citiiens, George Merrick, recently appointed postmaster, has consented to be our guest speaker at this affair. Our past president, E Vlbert Pallot. will preside as toasl laster for the evening. May we suggest to vou folks interested in attending this function, to please make your reservations at I me as reservations are limFor particulars phone the \ M. H. A.. 8-4012. Moonlite Sail August 11 galore will be ihe keynote. < ,,.,• Sunday, August llth when Y. M. 11. A. will sponsor their PSl boat cruise of the year. Youi scribi and his capable assistants, Murry Grossman, Lew Safan and Mrs. Jake Engler will see to it thai everyone attending will have one swell time. Tickets are on sale now at 60c per head. The first 115 sales will be the only honored because the boat just can't carry anymore. (Especially our crowd). Call in now for ducats. The Biacayne Boat will be the site for the nite. News Around Town Lee Johns vs. Y. M. H. A. Sunday. July 21st at Flamingo Park .*. Maurice Grossman to be interviewed Sunday by Mrs. Collins of the Florida Teachers Association over WKAT at 2:30 p. m. on questions regarding the Y. M. H. A. Home Camp Mrs. Milton Friedman, Sylvia to you boys and girls, is now connected with the Y. M. H. A. as a counsellor of the Home Camp The "Y" received a fine compliment from Pat" Cannon, our Congressman in Washington in reply to a letter sent Pat by our executive director inquiring what part our "Y" could play in the National Defense of Y. M. H. A. Duckpin Bowling League Team standings, sixth week: Team W L Demons • 12 6 Supermen 11 7 Bombers 11 7 Hangers 8 10 Blackies 7 11 Silverstreaks 5 13 Individual Scores Player G Sam Tendrich 18 Al Berkowitz ...18 Hal Levinaon 15 H. Schwartz 18 'Abe Berkowitz 18 'Joe Berman 12 [ Louis Spector 9 i Leo Lipowsky 3 Leroy Feldman .... 18 I Abe Silver 18 Abe Winer 15 H. Waitaman ll Sol U-vin 18 I. Querido 12 Murray Streit W. Mackaui is P. Silverman 18 II. Berkowitz 12 W. Liberoff ......12 G. Goldsmith 18 Jules Spector 4 Pete Garvett 12 Jack Apte 15 Nat Blumberg 14 Marvin Rubin 6 Frank Rose 5 ii. Rosenthal 18 George Davis 12 Sam Beckman 5 | Al Reisman 4 Murray Apte 18 Jules Wilson .18 Lew Safan ,14 Geo. Wolpert l Harry Kamins 12 Al Dubter ...6 Miki Adler 2 .Marvin Apte 13 Mickey Lubel 8 B. Schweitzer 18 M. Friedman %  Happy Freilich '5 Oscar Argintar 3 S 1866 1827 1 505 1781 1732 1158 864 289 1700 1692 1403 1033 1672 1107 1642 1642 1610 1063 1058 1589 2."> 4 1589 1316 L220 527 136 1561 1041 430 344 1562 1532 1169 84 1003 498 164 1061 2:17 1022 694 445 159 Av 103 101 100 98 96 96 96 96 94 94 93 93 92 92 91 91 89 88 88 88 88 87 ST B1 87 87 86 si; 86 86 8<". 85 83 84 83 B8 82 81 79 78 Y. M. H. A. athletic director. Mickey Lubel, who will be happy to help in arranging games, etc. Do it today. Phone 3-4011 Murry Grossman was appointed chairman of the entertainment committee Doc Beckman, our president, is busy arranging a program for general meetings and social meetings. Schedule of Events July 22, Junior Division meeting; J. W. V. Drum and Bugle Corps Practice. July 23, Ladies Night on the Athletic Field; Girl Scout meeting. July 24, Basketball Clinic. July 25, Forum Club meeting; Boy Scout meeting, Troop No. 6. Y. W. H. A. NEWS Book of the Month Club Another division of our Y'W recently formed is the Book of the Month Club which will meet for the first time Wednesday, August 21st under the guidance of Airs. Joel Belov at the home of Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum. 2103 S. W. llth Street. Mrs. Charles Feldman will review "How Green Was My Valley," by Richard Llewllyn. For further details communicate with Mrs. Belov at 4-4589. Sewing Classes Under the capable directorship of Mrs. J. Wilson, chairman, and her committee, sewing and knitting for the Ke.l Cross continues every afternoon at the Y. All those working on sweaters are requested to have them completed and at the Y luesday as they must be tinned over to the Red Cross at the latest then. by JOSEPH A. BERMAN (The writer will be glad to answer any problem of his reuders. Write to him in care of this newspaper) Society Issues New Publication YW Athletics A YW bowling league is being formed with Mrs. Esther Schaffer in charge, and will nave its initial meeting Monday evening at 8 p. m. at the Y clubrooms. All members interested are urged to be On time. our country. We are anxiously awaiting another reply from Solicitor General Biddle Herbie Cohen, star hurler for the "Y" team, has been made head counsellor of the Home Camp Harriette Damenstcin who did a swell job with the Dramatic Department I of the Camp resigned because of other matters good luck, Harriette Good news. The local B'nai B'rith is organizing a bowling team under the leadership of E. Max Goldstein, their athletic director Good luck, B'nai B'rith and we sincerely hope the Y. M. H. A. will be your first opponent in a three game match Now for the other fine Jewish organizations in our midst, Hadassah, Council, Temples, etc. to form an athletic council and meet with the EDGAR J. BURMAN National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans, who will hold their 45th annual encampment in Boston, August 28th until September 1st. Dangerous Toys The toys you give to your children to play with are more important than you think. Toy firearms, even when they aren't dangerous in themselves, are all dangerous in the effect they have on your child's mind. All too often are newspaper stories of children accidentally injuring of killing themselves with revolvers that they manage to get hold of. Even if there are never any weapons around that the child can hurt himself w .th, it is dangerous to build yp in his mind the idea that playing with firearms is lots of fun. It surrounds firearms with a glamour they have no business having, and this glamour will carry over even after your child j becomes old enough to understand completely the difference between the real thing and its imitation. If you don't want your son to willingly and enthusiastically become cannon fodder in the next war. be careful in these most impressionable years of his life he gels no : ideas from his toys that playing Soldier is an exciting game. No lone knows how .many potential criminals were started on the path to good citizenship instead when children following the movi" trends, deride,1 that being the "Gman" in the cops and robbers games, was more exciting than : being the gangster. And no one knows how many potential militarists are being nio'ded when children get. through their games. the idea that war is an exciting drama. There are many suitable toys therefore, choose your child's toys wisely. Avoiding the Humdrum Before Shirley Temple begins a new movie, her mother and teacher always tell her the story about the country in which the play is set. This gives her a full background in her work and arouses her interest in the character that she is to portray. That is one reason why she is such a quick pupil, and why she learns so intelligently. It is very sensible to use such tactics on your child, too. She need not necessarily be an actress. Children will learn more quickly if they have an interest in the particular subject. Add interest to the task by expanding its background. Any simple deed will fit into this system. For example, consider a way to teach your little son how to tie his shoelace. The subject of knots is interesting to any boy. Let him know about the different uses of various knots, the way boy scouts study them. Then, whenever he must tie his shoelace, it is no longer a humdrum job. Seeing them, in a larger scope, makes life's little duties more interesting. "Candles in the Night": Jewish tales by Gentile authors, edited and compiled by Rev. Dr. Joseph L. Baron, 420 pp., $2.50 Philadelphia; The Jewish Publication Society of America. Just now, while a new Dark Age casts its ominous shadows on many erstwhile centers of culture and the lights of morality are being put out, it is important to keep aglow 'the candles of human sympathy and understanding kindled by the great spirits of the ages. The stories in this volume, written originally in nine different languages by twenty-three masters of the story-telling art. were culled from fourteen national literatures. Each of them fulfills the fundamental requirements of a story, namely, interest and entertainment to the reader. Character sketches, drama and adventure, tragedy, satire and mystery may be found here side by side. Some of these stories appear j here in new form, others are published here for the first time in English. All of the tales are literary masterpieces in their respective countries, and all of them teach the first and most fundamental Law. the Golden Rule of Human Brotherhood. Junior Hadassah The regular meeting of Junior Hadassah will be held Monday, July 22nd in the form of a supper meeting at 6:30 o'clock at Walgreen's. S. E. 2nd Ave. and Flagler Street. Reservations can be made by calling the chairman. Miss Ida Safer, at 4-0666. Members and friends invited to attend. Plans have been completed for the Administration dance to beheld August 18th at the Hotel Cromwell Shore Club. Mrs. Pauline Querido, chairman, is assisted by Miss Hanna Mack and Mrs. Hilda Breskin. Tickets are $1.10 per couple and may be obtained from any member or at the door. 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~T;-TT6 X FRIDAY, JULY 19. 1910 PAGE FOUR ft*Jewish Floridian PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue FRED K. SHOCHET. Managing Editor Leaders Make Plans For Next Six Months terJulyS, 1930i, at ;tto tat Office at Miami, Florida, under the Ad • %  %  ,\ PRINCIPAL FLORIDA IT1ES West Pal %  entatlve S 1 its I HI PT I O N Si 00 With Hi,' return from the •••"' zone last week of Morris C. Tropor, European chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, lei rs of the United Jewish Ap,), .. j, ai %  I M E .1, \ %  FitlDAY. JULY 19, 1940 VOLUME 13—No. 24 Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PIIXIAI J MI*0JW) FOOD FOR THOUGHT To the average person Greater Miami's growing Jewish community on the surface seems to be sailing along smoothly, progressing rapidly and enjoying an envious position. Delving into these channels ot progress we find innumerable problems that are arising daily bringing to the fore many instances wherein a little effort expended in the right direction will benefit the entire community immeasurably, l-here are thousands of Jews living here thai are unaffiliatcd— not belonging to organizations ol any type—content t<> live in a shell by themselves or else lacking the initiative lo join and take an interesl in activities lira, are a part of their everj day lives—activities that play a great part in their destiny. The solution to this tremendous aented an emergency program <>i" proMcn, ato the proper and efficient way of taking a census so that immigration and economic and agF ....... ricultural development m Palestheae linaffiliated Jews may IKunearthed, contacted, invited and made. ^ ^ ^.^^ Qn wUh „ u u ,, U accept a share of the community's burdens has not as yel been con-1 of the United Palestine Appeal, ,.,„,.,, ,„„..,„ „ ld e M have been proposed but -he correct and ef1^^^^ fective method has not as yet been found. WAR ECHOES I if the number of Jews in Nazi-occupied Pol... ,l,e Nan ruling thai young Poles ... a for wounded German m Idlers for ihipurpose has resulted in a Jewish comIpe. to becoming b I donors rs m Palestine, which iat .. ,| .,„. r w hos< |obs it now ito proheld in Palestinian concentraBB pect of .hisituation i^ .hat this ,,;,,,, kraells.Jew Monashe • ir |nsa. tells u< .ha. V!e %  %  B Jewish population of 1.200.000 in rsl centur) B. C. EL. and that .bis Jewish community had a I em;; n „ deled after that in Jerusalem And .ha, the biggest syna; ..,, in Uexandria toda> is named after .he Prophet Khjah. who is "aid to have prayed on the spot where the building now stands Leave I to the Nazis to add injury to insult Not only has Judcnfresser Idolf arranged his entire career in accordance with the hero.eot.es cast for him by .he Jewish astrologer Hanussen. but .... ow appears that Hitler is timing his entire BUtekrelf to gibe with the progPlications of the sixt-nth-century Jewish soothsayer Michael Nostradamu-. who. as we reminded you a couple of weeks ago., foretold the fall of Paris after an aerial attack from the has, k^ THIS AND THAT A meeting place with an auditorium suitable for convention gatherings i,h kosher kitchen facilities is sorely lacking. The combining of the offices of all Jewish organizations at one central place is bu. another idea thai has veen ventured. It would ^u, down the overhead cos, for all of them and increase tremendously their efficiency, eliminating lost motion, overlapping of efforts and insure whole-hearted cooperation among them. One central office would also increase the accessibility to the newcomer as well as ,he resident seeking information and it is evident how much easier and quicker they could be directed to the proper channel. Suggestions have been made from time to time and solution to these and many other problems are being offered continuously. Communities throughout the country that have councils, report that progressive strides have been made through this agency, and much is being accomplished that heretofore needing united action had been left undone. Many areas are now instituting councils. •> The long talked about eommunity council for Greater Miami properly directed, representing all organizations would go far towards the solution of the aforementioned problems and others that arise. The sooner the organization movement is started that much quicker will our problems be on their way towards solution. We are looking forward to our community leaders for immediate action. Who is going to start the hall rolling? National Refugee Service in the nation-wide drive of the I nited Jewish Appeal. The problem of The Rev 1.. M. Birkhead of Kansas City, who was carrying on a one man cam p a ign against un-American forces long before the G-men woke up ... .he ruth column peril, suspects that the jury which acquitted th „se -Christian Fronters" in Brooklyn recently was subjected to undue influence, and that no, all the jurors were free o f biu m ,„. the men on tri al for sedition Twenty-year-old Hazel Scott making quite a name for herself as a sing.,of Jewish songs such a* Eli Eli." "Kol Nidre." and 'Yiddishe Mama Which would be nothing startling were it not for the fact that Hazel is a coff-colored iwlng 8 ing. m and works in a Broadway night club for h, r Hving Did you know that it was Wahisngton Irving who told Sir Walter Scon all about Rebecca Gratz. who became the prototype foi the Rebecca of "Ivanhoe?" Ami that Rebecca's lather. Michael Gratz, at one time owned Kentucky's Mammoth Cavel Winchell reports a sign in a Chicago show window proclaiming that the Jewish proprietor of the establishment would rather deal with a hundred Nazis than with one Jew ... 1. seems the place is an undertakers parlor REF UGEE REPORT Doing her bit for Europe's child refugee Jewish Appeal. i no |>i<.. ...... • |(i(n W1>r i > i n( incognito, under an assumed name. .. refugee adjustment and continued | mi|let for ( art „, European Children Luise Kaan't heard from her efforts to extend the program of | ra(lu r sj|u t u ,,„, ct)Ug ht in the Nazi invasion of Belgium, where he .< t, .? ....1 l.> ..,*..... ., Cam^id in i %  a •._ ILu. ,.. ... .L.. klfl ,1,1ml AM a the National Refugee Service in providing for resettlement, retraining and integration was outlined by Dr. William Haber, executive director of tins agency. s awaiting his visa for America About to make his debut as %  dramatic director in (his country is Meinrich Schnitz.ler. son of Arthur ... His fir-t effort will be a production of his famous father's famous play. "The Affairs of Anatol" Arriving lure on a 'Upper from Lisbon, shortly after he was compelled to leave Bordeaux. Mr. Troper reported that throughout the chaotic period following the surrender of Paris the HOME NEWS The initials W. W., particularly in conjunction with a name that includes a number of I's, have been so thoroughly identified with Wal. ter Win, hell that the columnist has been receiving a lot of fan mail ,„ 11U p is plainly addressed to Wendell Wilkie Although he didn't know it at the time, union leader David Dubinsky recently turned down the opportunity to be the ust man to dine with the newly nominated Republican residential candidate Wilkie had tried to arrange a dinner date with Dubinsky for the Friday following the Thursday of his unexpected nomination, but the labor leader couldn't make it The palm for political second sight must he give., to SEC Chairman Jerome b ran* Away back in January, 1938, it is reported. Frank, after studying thousands o, Jew.icaugh m >* t. V statements to the SFC. declared that Wilk Z h Z i, w r Presidential ambitions That's a good idea of the movie exhibitors, tribution Committee continued its operations m l-'rance. In the days of panic-stricken flight the continued functioning of the Joint Distribution Committee served to strengthen the morale of many thousands of Jews caught in a tidrelief and refugee committees maintained with the aid of the Joint Distribution Committee nave resumed their activities in Holland, despite Nazi-occupation of that country. Rumania and HunPalestine Is Now More Pro-British gary which have a combined Jewish population of approximately spite from theinternal disorders ( 1.300.(100, have become major disthat shook the country for over tress centers as the result of orthree years. ganized government activity to He also reported that the Jewish broadcasting program, a daily feature which started last March 14th in protest against the recent land London (WNS-Palcor Agency) —The main effect in Palestine of Italy's entrance into the war has been to strengthen pro-British sentiment among all sections of the country's population, Foreign Secretary Lord Halifax told the House of Lords in the course of his reply to a question concerning present conditions in Palestine and in the Mediterranean sector gener Ap y art ^•JSteJSS closed the'broadc. ed banditry, Lord Halifax assert abandoned ed, Palestine is enjoying a re I nan eliminate Jews from the economic and professional life of these countries. Bevond the extraordinary cmcrregulations, has voluntarily ceas-| gency needs which the Joint Dised Before going off the air the i tribution Committee is called upsponsors, he said, had exhorted the | on to meet, it is carrying on its Yishuv to assist the Allies, and I normal programs in Poland, Gerhad pleaded with the Jewish imany, Lithuania, Rumania, Huncommunity as a whole to co-opergary and other lands, in addition ate fully in all defense emergency | to the assistance which it is con measures. Then with a last rendition of Hatikvah, the Jewish national song which had opened and tinuing to extend in Central and South American countries where approximately 100,000 refugees from Germany have found a haven. Mr. Troper said. i\j ti\i<'i\ a,,v ...... urge patona to see both shows in successive weeks to get a clearer idea Of the contrast between Naziland and America Irving Caesar is expecting to launch a song he wrote quite some years ago. but which feels iparticularly timely now ... Its theme is America, and it like this: "Child of all nations and mother to all Calling to rest The sad and oppressed, And faithful whatever befall. ." ABOUT PEOPLE We don't remember it ourself, but a reliable informant insists that Edmund I Kaufmann. the new Z. 0. A. prexy, was a candidate fort e presidency of the B'nai B'rith a few years ago. but was defeated T Henry Monsky Max Band, the French painter who is also a ne )h '' of the late Dr. Schmaryah LeviM, has gone to the Coast, to paint luxuriant California scenery ... It may be John Wexley who will adap that powerful novel, "Native Son." for Broadway • Wexley, a tinguished dramatist in his own right, is also, if you remember, nephew of Maurice Schwartz. Yiddish theatrical star, producer nd the rector Star of the recent performance of "Carmen" given IOC British War Relief in New York was Lillian Taiz, wife of Sam < Gm J2 Din) Jaffe ... So gently must a violinist's precious hands be *j** that Mischa Kim an refuses to carry so much as his violin case jus fore a concert Clifford Odets may give Broadway a new play. ***** on the life of the famed dancer Nijinsky Although Maxie %  **; (Continued on Page 6)



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ii— -. PAGH SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1910 T Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)—Palestine had its first practice black-out covering the whole of the country on the night of June 3rd. In some places, such as Haifa and Tel Aviv, the "Lights Out" order from midnight to dawn had been enforced for a short vhile previously purely as a precautionary measure. Contrasting with the brilliantly B'NAI B'RITH Mil NOTES by Harold Turk I am pleased to announce to the members of Sholem Lodge and of the Ladies Auxiliary that arrangements have been completed for a splendid evening full of fun, enjoyment and entertainment at our next social mesting which will be in the form of a beach piclighted streets, restaurants, store n j c party, Tuesday evening, July windows and places of public en(23rd. tertainment which have brought Tel Aviv to the forefront of Mediterranean watering places, the dense pall of gloom that hung over the city and was only relieved by the sickle moon in the early hours of the morning served to bring home to residents the full implications of the struggle upon which the British Empire was engaged with all its vast resources. Arab towns and villages in Palestine also had black-out practice, foremost among them being Acre, Gaza. Bethlehem, Beit Jallah and Ramallah. A blanket order covering the Place is the Seaglades Pool and Cabana Club on Collins Ave., at the foot of 21st Street, Miami Beach. Time, 8:00 p. m. There will be dancing to the music and songs of Bob Leers and his orchestra, swimming, entertainment and refreshments. Facilities for changing from your street clothes to your bathing suit and vice versa, have been arranged and will be provided. Towels will also be supplied. Don't forget your bathing suits. This affair is free and for the benefit only of paid-up members of our Lodge and their wives or and Al Pallot, chairmen of the entertainment committee and meetings program committee, respectively, for the splendid programs they have arranged thus far this year. The July social should be another success on their list. • • • Our athletic committee has become very active and has started a program which should prove very interesting and enjoyable to the members who have been too busy or too lazy to get out and stretch in one form or another. Brother Max Goldstein who is chairman of the athletic committee really is doing a swell job in stirring up interest among the members (did you know that Max was one of the greatest athletes the University of Florida has ever had ?) The members have been sent a notice of the B'nai B'rith golf tournament to be held this IRVING KALER Irving Kaler. of Atlanta, Ga., whose election as grand aleph Sunday, July 21, at 1:00 p. m. at godol of Aleph Zadik Aleph. B'nai Miami Springs Golf Course. Mail ; B'rith youth organization, at the the return card if you intend to participate or else call Brother Goldstein at 3-7768 .... and remember let there be no quarrelling over those score cards. country makes it imperative for all 'guests and for the paid-up memutomobiles to have dimmed or j bers of the Ladies Auxiliary and their husbands or escorts. Please shaded lights, most drivers and owners putting blue or purple cellophane on the inside of the headlamps, or using dark-colored bulbs. Jewish A. R. P. Societies, under the charge of an American-Jewish resident — Mr. Charles Passman, formerly of the American Zion Commonwealth and now director of the Emica (Joint Emergency Fund and Jewish Colonization Association projects) in Palestine— as co-ordinator. have also been making active preparations for an emergency. Jewish wardens have been trained in air raids precautionary measures, first aid and demolition parties are now workTHE GATEWAY TO HEALTH DB. FREDERICK BUTLER Dietetic Chemistry Naturnpathir Physician CHIROPRACTOR 463 41st St.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-7808 bring your membership cards showing that your 1940 dues have been paid. The entertainment and meetings committees have gone to some expense and have worked hard to put this affair on and those of you who attend are guaranteed the grandest time you have had in a long time. Al Berkeley. Chairman Entertainment Committee • • • Perhaps it would be nice to have a beauty contest at our beach picnic party since there will undoubtedly be a great number of lovely girls and women in bathing suits. ... I would like to state at this time that we owe a vote of thanks to Brothers Al Berkeley ing efficiently, and volunteer fire brigades have received the necessary instuctions to cope with inOur Lodge again went on the air over Station WIOD last Sunday at 3:00 p. m. The Jewish Hour which is heard regularly on that station from 3:00 p. m. to 3:30 p. m. every Sunday, was turned over to us by the Rabbinical Association and we presented a symposium of B'nai B'rith activities. Brother Harry Simonhoff spoke on Anti-Defamation; Brother Joseph A. Berman, on Vocational Guidance; Brother Milton Friedman on A. Z. A.; Brother E. Albert Pallot on Student Union Activities; and Brother Ike Levin on Charities and general B'nai B'rith activities. The program was introduced by our own president. Jack Abbott, who also introduced the various speakers. they all did a splendid job and we can well be proud of these fine men who are so ably heading our organization and their respective committees. The radio is a splendid source of conveying information and ideas to the pub'ic and our I-odgeshould attempt to STRICTLY eeiFiiEiTinL (Continued from Page 4) bloom has made quite a name for 'himself in srreenland he still cher' ishes a yen for the ring He's trying to get somebody to arrange a big fight for him as ,n sort of farewell performance Which reminds us that Max llaer Is thinking of celebrating his victory over Tony Galento by making another movie WEEKLY GIGGLE From Italy via Broadway cornea the tale of how Mussolini and King Victor Emmanuel of Italy were walking down the street together when the king dropped his handkerchief Mussolini courteously started to pick it up :',>r recent 17th annual convention, him. when the king stopped him makes him the head of the largest Jewish boys' organization in the United States. ship drive which is in full swing nowadays." if we want to make that drive -i success and increase our membership to 1">00. which is our goal During these summer months many of us are not so busy, and we could very easily devote an hour now and then to approaching our brethren who are not members and sign them up. our ultimate goal is and should be to enlist every Jewish man in our community over the age of 21 years of age, as a member of our I-odge. In furtherance of our plans to develop among the A. Z. A. boys good future members of B'nai B'rith, we are turning our regular September meeting over to the A. Z. A. boys. They will be in complete charge and conduct the entire program during that night .... from my observations and experiences with the A. Z. A. boys our September meeting will be worth while attending. "Please don't touch my handkerchief." the monarch requ.'st.d 'After all, it's the only thing you let me stick my nose ir-to 1 have been carrying on a onebroadcast from time to time, so sided affair for some time now in that the public in general and the Jewish people in particular, will cendiary bombs and fires resultbe informed of our activities and ing from air raid attacks. Anti; will recognize, our programs and mustard gas and other gas deconaccomplishments. tamination schemes have also been studied and adopted for local conditions. The committee in charge of the State Federation Convention to A PENNY toMop that kzadacA&l Anti-Pain Pills say that on* pill usually relieves their headaches. In the regular package. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills cost one penny each. In the economy packages, one penny buys 1% pills. Why Don't You Try Dr. Mil** Anti-Pain Pills? They taste good, act promptly, do not upset the stomach, contain no opiates or laxative medicines. Other schemes now under con-' be held over the labor Day week sideration or already in practice \ end, September 1st and 2';d, of are for the protection of the Iraq which Brother Al Pallot is the petroleum pipe line from Mosul chairman, has succeeded in o'otainto the Haifa terminal, the oil'"B the Hollywood Beach Hotel reservoir area in Haifa Bay, and for the convention, the water pipe line from the coastI This is a splendid choice and al river of the Yarkon near Tel | with the setting and facilities of M OST people who t Dr Mil, Av '\ t0 1 JerusaI, m as well as the -^' Hollywood Beach Hotel the TIKE!S?. !" T I reat electricity plant at NaharConvention will unquestionably be aim and the power rouse in Jeruan outstanding success, "l! !" I All of the plans and details of the Tel Aviv Municipal Counthe Convention will be coverec cil has drawn up plans for the within the next week or two in construction of public air raid this column by Brother Pallot shelters in that area at a cost of • • • 50,000 pounds sterling, for the use Approximately six months have of such people as might be in the passed since our new officers and streets at the time of attack, or the new administration of our |as may not have private shelters Lodgie have taken office It is .in their own dwellings. These fitting and proper that w e 'take an shelters were assigned for conaccounting of those six months struction in 150 houses in all parts 'and recognize the splendid progress that our Lodge has made and writing this column, and I have often wondered whether anybody read it, and if they did, whether they enjoyed it to any extent I wonder. 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His enthu%  Jasm and sincerity has inspired the other officers, chairmen of and committee-men and the members in general, to work hard for th e benefit of our Lodpe, our people and our community .... C arry on the good work, Jack • • • And since this is the halfway the famous mount. Reports in the local Arabic press state that the Passive Defense Committee at Damascus has decided to purchase a large quantity of gas masks in Palestine and to order a further number from S"wu • A ll r o d Bhe]teTS are t0 mark f r this year w should 1 be built in the Syrian Capital. i special attention to our memberWOLPERT* f U R t€ I T U R Ef- .BARGAINS! ..--.. Eg* tjtr) "Wo Reiusa To Be Undersold' 155 W. FLAG(LER-< PHONE 3 413^^ THE REASON WHY Some people ask why we provide ss many services—PLUS services — in addition to the basic job of generating electricity and bringing it to your door. Why do we have home demonstrations, light conditioning service, modern office facilities, displays of equipment? Why fret home economist service? Why kitchen planning? These PLUS services make the ose of electricity more convenient and economical, or acquaint you with new ways to put it to work for yes. Thus. PLUS services increase tho general use of electricity and make it possible for us to generate anal deliver it at the LOWEST RATES II HISTORY! ELEITRWTY IS [HUP! \-M t**-. <*