The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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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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VOLUME 13No. 25
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1940
PRICE 10 CENTS
INSTALLATION TO
BE HELD JOINTLY
ZIONIST LEADER
IS DEAD AT 75
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agi n-
cy)Max Bodenheimer, 75-year
old veteran Zionist leader, is
dead here.
Bodenheimer, one of those who
collaborated with Herzl in the
development of political Zionism
participated in the formulation
i of the Basle programthe defin-
HITLER PINS
GUILT ON JEWS
The joint installation of the
Young Men's and Young Wo-
ini us Hebrew Association will
he held Sunday evening. July
28th at 7 o'clock at the Tides Ho-
tel, Miami Beach. The Honor- i ite enunciation of political Zion-
able George E. Merrick. recently
appointed postmaster of the city
of Miami, will be the installing
officer, and Rabbi Moses Mesch-
eloff and Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
will give the invocation and
benediction respectively.
An orchestra will furnish
London (WNSI-Adolf Hitler
pictured himself as a peace-lov-
ing man interested mainly in the
advancement of culture and at-
tributed the blame for the pres-
ent European struggle to 'Jew-
ism, as adopted by the World 7\- i ish-capitalist war mongers" in
onist Congress in August. 1897, j**is address before the Reichstag.
While squadrons of Nazi bomb-
: ing planes raided the British
|Isles. Chancellor Hitler advised
Great Britain to accept peace or
face total destruction. The Nazi
I to the effect that "the aim of
j Zionism is to create for the Jew-
ish people a home in Palestine
secured by public law."
The veteran Zionist, in addi-
Ition to having been one of the Fuehror s speech, in which he ac
sic for dancing. Chester Alex- founders of the Zionist Organiza- ^d-j^-s and ,,thers of provok-
ander will present several acts tion of Germany, had the llis. ."g Poland to wage war on Ger-
of entertainment with the aud.- nction of being the first presi- P*"* *W*f ******
dent of the World Keren Kave- determination ol the British Gov-
meth (Jewish National Fund). l'rmm'"1 to continue the war un-
til Hitlerism is destroyed.
After enumerating pre-war
German grievances, Hitler said:
"Now that peaceful revision
seemed to be crowned with suc-
cess the Jewish capitalist war-
mongers, their hands stained with
blood, saw their tangible pretext
JOINT MEETING A. Z. A.
TO BE HELD SUNDAY
The Royal Palm Chapter and
the Miami Chapter of A. Z. A.
will hold a joint meeting this
Sunday evening at the Cleve-
lander Hotel. Miami Beach, at
7:30 o'clock. Guest speakers will
include Messrs. Ben Barkin. as-
sistant executive secretary of A.
Z. A.; Julius Bisno, executive
secretary of A. Z. A., and Max
Baer, vocational director of A. Z.
A., who arrived in Miami Wed-
nesday. Arthur Weiss, president
of the local group, will be in
charge of the evening, assisted
by the A. Z. A. advisors. Mr. Na-
than Adelman. Mr. Louis Hei-
man. and Mr. Milton A. Fried-
man. Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited.
TISEMITISM
SWEEPS FUME
ence joining in community sing-
ing. Reservations are still avail-
able and may be obtained by
calling the Y at 3-4012.
The following will be installed:
president. Dr. Samuel Beck-
man; vice president. Herman
Waitsman; secretary. Fred K.
Shochet; treasurer, Nat Blum-
berg. Board of directors, one
ITALIAN PRESS
RAILS AT JEWS
--------- I for realizing their diabolical
year term: J. Aron Abbott. Sam ; The Italian Press, presumably plans vanish into thin air.
Blank. Joseph A. Berman, George with full government aporoval. "Once again we witness a con-
Goldberg, Murry Grossman, has launched a violent anti-S-n. jspiracy of wretched corruptible
Henry Hohauser, Leon Lieber-j hie campaign demanding the creatures and money grabbing
man, Joseph A. Lipton. Stanley I complete elimination of Jews financial magnates for whom war
C. Myers, Irving Querido. Lew j from European life. The keynote was a welcome means for furth-
Safan. William Shayne. Jules of the editorial campaign Isthatlering (heir aims. The poison
Wilson. Two year term: Mathew |"tnt' new Europe will have no .scattered by the Jews throughout
S. Bandler, Henry Gabbe. Three !Jcws- no 6<>'d and no economic the countries began to exercise
year term: Al Pallot, Leo Robin- barriers." its disintegrating influence on
son. George Wolpcrt. Hold over : Writing in La Stampa. import- sound common sense. Scribblers
board members: Jack Apte. Dr. ant Italian newspaper published concentrated on decrying honest
Harold Rand. Harry Schwartz. (in Turin. Alfredo Signoretti stat men who wanted peace as weak-
ed that a preliminary necessary lings and traitors and upon de-
ia nouncing the opposition parties
the total and definite elimination as the fifth column, thus break-
of Jews from Europe." ing all internal resistance to their
Blaming the Jews for ill of (criminal war policy.
Europe's woes, the Italian editor
BRITAIN PLEDGES
AID TO REFUGEES
London (WNS)In a move de-
signed to alleviate the tension
among German refugees who
fled to Great Britain, the Iritish
[government formally extended
its assurance tha' under no cir-
cumstances we: d the govern-
ment hand th refugees over to
Nazi Germary.
The pled was made by Prime
Minister V .ston Churchill who
said in th i louse of Commons:
"It is in ..aceivable to me that
-
y's government, now
said that the Jews must be treat-
Officers of the Y. W. H. A. ,
.... ., ... condition for the new Europ
include: president: Miss Irene
Cohen, vice-president: Mrs. Leon
Lieberman; recording secretary.
Mrs Mildred Rubenstein; corres-
ponding secretary. Mrs. Charles
Strauss; treasurer, Mrs. Joseph
Schaffer. Board of directors: ed Wlth "cold inflexibility and
Miss Sarah Shochet. Mesdames dr,ven as far as POMlbl- from
Joel Belov. Maurice Grossman. EurPe- Signoretti suggcsto.l
Macy J. Levinson. Albert G Ithat the Jews bc t>x,k'd to ';"
Keisman, Jean Seitlin. Herman Kas^ar .
Waitsman. Sadie Weinberg. Jules \ "The Jewf must bl' sont as fa'
Wilson away as possible and the'r re-
I turn prevented." the Fascist pa-
per said. "It is an absurd cxp> ri-
ment to settle the Jews in Pal-
estine on the shores of the Mod
Jews and Free Masons, anna
ment manufacturers and war
profiteers, international business
men and stock exchange jugg-
lers seized upon political hire-
lings of the desperado type wno
described war as something in-
finitely desirable."
RUMANIA FORBIDS
INTER-MARRIAGES
iterranean. where they remain in tnat Europe
Budapest (W N S) The pro-
Nazi Rumanian government has
issued a decree forbidding mar-
riages between Jews and Chris-
iians. it was learned here. Under
a new law "for purification of
, '.he Rumanian race" applicants
for marriage licenses must pre-
sent evidence of their racial or-
igin.
A second decree bans kosher
slaughtering in Rumania. These
are only a few of the anti-Sem-
itic measures adopted recently
by the government. All Jews
employed by the state have been
dismissed as well as Jews in im-
portant posts in the country's
industry.
Meanwhile, Premier Ion Gi-
contact with European life.
"The suggestion that the Jews
settle in Madagascar, is surely
the happiest solution to the prob-
lem. This gigantic island has a
warm climate and agriculture
could support the millions wilii- gross and the jowjsh Labor Corn-
out difficulty.
"But whether the Europi an
Jewish population is exiled to
Madagascar or some other spot,
some emigration project to liber-
ate Europe of its Jews must be
carried out."
His Ma.,
or at an.. (Uture date, would hand
over to their oppressors persons
who have sought refuge in this
country from persecution."
The prime minister's declara-
tion was received with joy by the
thousands of German Jewish
refugees lure, who have been
very apprehensive since tile new
French government, headed by
Marshal Petam. agreed to turn
over all German refugees in
French territories to the Nazi au-
thorities.
At the same time. Home Secre-
tary Sir John Anderson an-
nounced that orders had been is-
sued to the police not to intern
anti-Nazi refugees Jews are
dependent con-siacrt'd in ,llis categorywho
raw materials of the H"* filled craftsmen and export
than the specialists. German refugees,
whose loyalty to the British gov-
ernment can be established, will
be permitted to volunteer for
active service.
Farmers among the German
refugees, it was said, will be sent
to Canada, where they will be
given agricultural tasks, very es-
de- sential in Britain's fight against
Hitlerism.
URGES SEVERANCE OF
RELATIONS WITH NAZIS
New York (W N S) Declaring
Lisbon (WNSIWhile the new
pro-Fascist government of Mar-
shal Petain wrestled with the
problem of feeding millions ol
homeless French refugees, the
press and radio launched a bit-
ter attack on the Jews, foreshad-
owing official anti-Semitic meas-
ures.
Leading the attack with the
Paris Soir. the largest daily
newspaper in France before the
Nazi occupation, which stated in
an editorial: "We witnessed the
virtual occupation of France by
Jews who attacked the nerve
centers of the nation to obtain
! control of the levers of command.
The total solution of the Jewish
I problem is one essential of our
'recovery."
Noting that Nazi Chancellor
Hitler had placed the blame for
the war which reduced France to
the status of a minor state on
'"Jewish capitalist war mongers.'
I the Paris Soir demanded that the
new government "open discus-
sion which will throw full light
on responsibilities for the war
and our disasters."
Earlier it was announced from
Vichy, temporary seat of the
(French government, that French
'civil servants of foreign origin
will be dismissed from their
'post certain exemptions will
!be granted in the case of veter-
jans of the first World War and
the present conflict.
According to the new decree
all civil servants will have to
prove that their mother and fath
er were French. A second de-
cree stated that civil servants of
the French state and other ad-
ministrations may be dischargee:
by the government between now
and October 31.
Jewish homes in Paris have
been requisitioned for the use of
Nazi civilian officials. Thirty
thousand of the French capital's
Jewish population of 200,000
have remained in Paris.
OFFICIALS TO CONFER
ON ALIEN TREATMENT
is more
on the
Western Hemisphere
Americans are on European trade
Dr. Joseph Tenenbaum, chair-
man of the Joint Boycott Coun-
cil of the American Jewish Con-
mittce, urged the severance of
economic relations with Nazi
Germany, its satellites and its
; victims "until Nazism is
stroyed."
Dr. Tenenbaum advocated sup-
! port for the government's pro-
posal of an inter-American car-
, tel to buy the surplus produc- rALtoHINt
CAMPAIGN STARTED FOR
AIRPLANE PURCHASE I tion of all the Americas.
--------- "The adoption of strong meas-
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen- ures to stop all trade with Nazi
cy)The opening of a fund-rais-I Germany and its allies would
ing effort to purchase fighter result in an absolute shortage of
32 REFUGEES REACH
OVERLAND
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)The long trek of refugees
from Poland who had to use the
land route when Italy entered
gurtu and Foreign Minister Mi- ; planes for the Royal Air Force, materials which the dictatorships jthe war ended with the arrival of
hail Manoilescu appealer to Ger-
many and Italy for protection
against Soviet Russia which has
advised King Carol that it
wants a "Popular Government"
established in Rumania.
accompanied by an appeal for could not overcome, while the
contributions from Britons, Ar-
abs and Jews, was announced by
the Palestine Post, English daily.
The first 1,000 pounds has been
contributed by a Jewish resident.
Western Hamisphere would face
only the problem of effecting rel-
ative adjustments of production
and compensation for a period of
time," he said.
32 Jewish immigrants, constitut-
ing the second group using the
new and more circuitous way to
Palestine. The first group using
a similar route arrived here June
23rd.
Washington (WNS)The treat-
ment of aliens during the pres-
ent emergency will be decided
upon at a conference on August
5 and 0 between Federal and
State officials, it was learned
here. The conference was called
to study law-enforcement prob-
lems of national defense.
It was said that Federal offi-
cials are anxious that loyal aliens
shall not be subjected to unwar-
ranted attacks or discrimination.
Federal officials have often ex-
pressed the need for the individ-
ual states to leave the persecu-
tion of "disloyal" elements among
the aliens to the Federal Govern-
ment.
Speakers at the conference will
be Attorney General Robert II.
Jackson. Governor Vanderbilt of
Rhode Island, John Lord O'Bri-
an, former special assistant to
the attorney general during the
World War, and J. Edgar Hoover,
head of 'the Federal Bureau of
Investigation.


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PAGE TWO
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Several hundred were present at
the wedding of Miss Blanche
Rosnick, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice J. Rosnick, to Irv-
ing R. Applebaum. son of Mrs.
Ray Applebaum, and the late
Philip Applebaum, Sunday after-
noon at the Hollywood Beach
Hotel with Rabbi Jacob H. Kap-
lan officiating. The processional
march included Miss Frances
Rosnick, sister of the bride,
maid of honor. Mrs. Thelma Sil-
berstein, sister of the groom, ma-
tron of honor, Zelba Silberstein
and Zella Warshaw, niece and
cousin of the groom respectively,
and Bennett Applebaum, broth-
er of the groom, best man. Or-
gan solos provided the nuptial
music and the Hollywood Beach
Hotel orchestra provided music
for dancing for those present. A
reception and buffet supper fol-
lowed the ceremony until 6 p.
m. The couple will be at home,
1721 S. W. 11th Terrace, the lat-
ter part of August.

The first picnic of the Family
Club was held Sunday at Grey-
nolds Park with all the mem-
bers and their families present.
Games and races were held and
prizes were awarded to Mrs. Os-
car Argintar. Mr. Arthur
Schwartz. Ester Argintar and Al-
vin Schwartz. Money was raised
by the members and given to the
local Red Cross Chapter.
+SSSSS+
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RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
MUs Dorothy Ann Levin, who
; recently returned from a six
I weeks' visit in Baltimore and
Rocky Mount, N. C. entertained
!at her home, 430 N. E. 29th St.,
at a miniature scavenger hunt
honoring the Misses Annabelle
' Weinkle of Fayettesville. S. C,
Florence Jaffe, of Indianapolis,
Ind., and Edith Yudeson of At-
lanta, Ga. Winners of the hunt
'were Miss Weinkle and Vincent
| Merrill, and other prizes were
awarded. Refreshments were
'served and dancing enjoyed.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Berman
will leave for a month's vaca-
tion traveling through the Caro-
linas and New York, where they
will visit the World's Fair.
THE
REASON
WHY
Some people ask why we provide so
many servicesPLUS services
in addition to the basic job of gen-
erating electricity and bringing it
to your door. Why do we have home
demonstrations, light conditioning
service, modern office facilities,
displays of equipment? Why free
home economist service? Why
.kijehen planning?
These PLUS services make the use
of electricity more convenient and
economical, or acquaint you with
new ways to put it to work for you.
Thus, PLUS services increase the
general use of electricity and make
it possible for us to generate and
deliver it at the LOWEST RATES IN
HISTORY!
flfflRKIir ISJHMPJ
The bar mitzvah of Bernard Saf-
fer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Saffer. will take place Saturday,
August 3rd at the Beth Jacob
synagogue, Miami Beach. A re-
ception honoring Bernard will
be held Sunday afternoon. All
friends are cordially invited.

Mrs. Alice Waitsman ntertained
at a misceriancous shower hon-
oring Miss Evelyn Jacobs, bride-
elect of Philip Wiener. Thursday
evening. July 18th at her home.
Games were played and prizes
awarded. The guest of honor
was the recipient of many gifts.

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Querido re-
turned to the city after vacation-
ing in the north.

Miss Shirley Seitlin, daughter of
Mrs. J-an Seitlin, left for a six
weeks' trip to New York where
She will visit relatives and j
friends and see the World's Fair.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tendrich
entertained at a dinner dance
Wednesday evening at the Shore
Club, Miami Beach, in honor of
their daughter Sophia's birthday
anniversary.

Sisterhood of the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center at
Euclid Avenue and Fourteenth
Place will hold a regular meet-
ing Tuesday. July 31st at 8 p. m.
Plans are being made for a
theatre party to be held in
the very near future, proceeds
of which will go toward the
building fund of the planned
synagogue.
' Miss Evelyn Malmud of 463 S. W.
J28th Road, will leave next week
end for an extended vacation, to
visit in Philadelphia and New
York. Miss Malmud will sail on
!the Manhattan August 9th for a
cruise through the Panama Canal
I where she will visit at Oakland,
with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L.
Trattncr. Mrs. Trattner the form-
er Sara Lehrman of Miami, after
which during the early part of
September she will visit with
friends in Chicago.

Mr. and Mrs. Max Schwartx ac-
companied by their daughter
Mrs. Ann Moss and her two chil-
dren, Howard and Irvin. re-
turned from a three months' va-
cation in Chicago, and their son
Hy accompanied by his wife re-
turned from a two months va-
cation in Dallas. Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Frimmel ot
Miami Beach, formerly of Phila-
delphia, were hosts to Mr. and
Mrs. Jules Wilson of 1948 S. W.
16th Street, honoring their four-
teenth wedding anniversary, at
; the Club Bali Thursday evening.
I Among those present besides the
; hosts were Mr. Sol Wilson, Dr.
Sidney Halpern. and Billy Wil-
Ison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson.
Mrs. Fannie V. Eisenberg has re-
turned to the city from New-
York and other northern points
where she visited relatives and
friends.

At the regular meeting of the A.
Z. A. held at the Y. M. H. A.
Tuesday evening the following
became pledges: Melvin Green,
Jerry Karp. Stanley Brown. Jack
Rickenback, Henry Mendel. How-
ard Wienstein. Freddy Jacobs.
Peter Garvett, Myron Cowen,
Irving Gctzug. Artie Schwartz.
Dr. Charles S. Werblow will be
the guest speaker at the next
meeting. Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rosenthal
announce the birth of a son in
New York City Sunday. July 21.
Mr. Rosenthal is connected with
the Riverside Memorial Chape!
of Miami Beach.

The 21st Southeastern Conference
of the Workmen's Circle will be
iheld Sunday. Monday and Tues-
day, beginning Labor Day. Sep-
tember 1st. 2nd and 3rd in Miami
Beach with headquarters at the
Victor Hotel. Mr. Harry Rose is
chairman of the conference ar-
rangements Committee. Details
will be announced in forthcom-
ing issues.

Mr. Sidney Palmer, newly elect-
ed president of Beth David Con-
gregation, accompanied by his
daughter Elaine and son Morton.
have returned to the city from a
two weeks' visit in Henderson-
ville. N. C.
Judging from the advance sale of
tickets the first annual boat ride
party sponsored by the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation aboard
the Yacht Seven Seas which sails
in Biscayne Bay. Tuesday eve-
ning. August 20th at 8 o'clock,
promises to be a huge success.
Music for dancing, vocal selec-
tions and novel entertainment
are scheduled for the evening.
Sandwiches, drinks and other de-
licacies will be available. Mrs.
J. L. Jacobs is in charn- ol ar
rangements. The entire pro-
ceeds will be given to the Tal-
mud Torah fund.
-FRIDAY, JULY 26. 1940
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Mrs. Rose Rotfort. 57, of 1010
Pennsylvania Ave., resident of
Miami Beach for the past seven
years, coming here from Rock-
away Beach, N. Y., succumb..,.;
Monday at her home after a long
illness. She was a member of
Beth David Congregation and is
survived by three sons, Sol, Louis
and Irving, all of Miami Beach,
and two daughters. Miss Celia
Rotfort, Miami Beach, and Mrs.
Jeanne Ginsberg of Flint. Mich.
Funeral services were conducted
Tuesday in the chape! of tne \Jj
Miami Jewish Funeral Home
with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of-
ficiating. Interment followed in
the Jewish section of Woodlawn
Park Cemetery.

More than five hundred mem-
1 bers. their wives and guests,
were present at the swim party
given by Sholem Lodge B'nai
B'nth Tuesday evening at the
Scaglades Pool and Cabana Club.
Features of the evening v ere
dancing, swimming and swim-
ming events. Mr. Albert Berke-
ley was in charge of arrange
Mrs. Ida Bernstein returned to
the city after a seven weeks'
stay in New York where she vis-
ited relatives and friends and the
World's Fair.

Mr. Herman Waitsman. who is
traveling throughout the United
States, has visited the Southern
States, Mexico, Grand Canyons.
I Boulder Dam and other points
of interest, of which he has tak-
en technicolor moving pictures,
and which will be shown upon
his return.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallot enter-
tained at a beach party in honor
of their daughter. Sony a Belle's
ninth birthday. Saturday after-
noon. July 20th. Games were
played and refreshments served
Sonya was the recipient of many-
gifts.
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events were Miss Doris Cromer,
Mrs. Daisy Milstein, Mr. Marvin
Rossman, Mr. Al Grossman.
Mr. Joseph J. Berman.

The Spinoza Forum will hold
their regular weekly gathering
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clo
on the lawn at 1059 Collins Ave,
Miami Beach. Dr. Abrahai
Wolfson will deliver the address.
and open discussion follows.
There is no charge and the pub-
lic is invited.

Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sootin an I
family are leaving for New
| York to visit their parents, and
expect to be gone five or six JV
' weeks.
DR. SAMUEL BECKMAN IRENE COHEN
president of the Y. M. H. A. who president of the Y. W. H. A. who
will be installed Sunday evening, will be installed Sunday evening.
Read full direction.
In package.


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FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1940

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CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congrega
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabb
Rabbi'a Residence:
919 South West 13th Court
Phone 3-5192
!
Palm Beach
Notes
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135 N W. Third Avenue
MAX SjMAHIHO KaDDI
498 S. W. 18th Road
Off HO ice Phone 2-1473 me Phone 2-2176

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PERMANENT CALENDAR
Daily services at 7 a. m. and
Friday evening at 5:30 o'clock.
Sabbath services Saturday 8:30
a. m.
Late Friday evening services,
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior services, Saturday 10:30
a. m.
Hebrew School, 3:15 to 6:15
p. m.
Sunday School. Sunday 10:00
a. m.
Bar-Mitzvah Group Sunday at
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group. Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of month.
Schedule of Services
Daily services: 8 a. m. and 5
m.
Friday evening services: 5
m.
Shabbes: 9:00 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
:45
:30
Nochum Avaelim
May the Almighty assuage the
pain of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Sil-
ver at the untimely death of
their daughter, who was killed in
an accident, and to the Rotfort
family for the loss of their be-
loved mother. May their souls
be bound up in the bond of eter-
nal life.
Prominent Leaders Appointed
To National Z. O. A. Council
The following were selected to
represent the Southeastern reg-
ion on the National Administra-
tive Council, Z. O. A.: Jake Felt,
president of the region: Morti-
mer May. president of the Nash-
ville district; Rabbi Abraham J.
Bleach, president of the Birm-
ingham district; Robert M. Tra-
vis, regional \ice-president; Rab-
bi Israel Gcrstem of Chatta-
nooga, and Rabbi William Dra/m
of the Savannah district.
Mr. Moses A. Emanuel. gradu-
ate of the Shector Seminary of
New York City and former prin
cipal of the Hebrew Free School
in Toronto. Canada, is now con-
ducting classes in Hebrev lan-
guage and history at the Jacob
Joseph Synagogue at Euclid Av-
enue and 14th Place, Miami
Beach. During the summer
months classes are held every
Monday and Thursday, with be-
ginner's classes from 9 to^ 10 a
m. and advanced classes 10 to 11
a. m.
Koolmotor
GASOLENE
and OILS
Aerie Tires
Cities Service Products
ORANGE STATE
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New Synagogue
As the time nears for the com-
pletion of our new synagogue
we are happy to acknowledge
with gratitude the wholehearted
interest the entire Jewish com-
munity has taken in this sacred
project. Friends from ours as
well as other congregations are
vying with each other for the
honor of purchasing some oart
of the new building. There still
Us a possibility to obtain the ded-
ication of il' doors, the Avon
Kodesh and several other objects.
For these and other honors we I
respectfully refer everyone to
the officers and members of the
building committee,
Ladies Auxiliary
The next meeting of the Lad-
ies Auxiliary will be held in the
synagogue Tuesday. Aug. 13th at
2:30 p. m. with Mrs. George
Chertkof presiding. The project
of the Auxiliary will be a boat
ride, details of which will be dis- '
cussed at this meeting.
Condolences
We chronicle with profound
grief the passing of the late Mr.
' Lauton and beg to extend to his
dear ones the Congregation's
i deepest sympathy.
Board Meeting
The regular board meeting of
'the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation which was to have
been held Tuesday last, will be
held Tuesday evening. July 31.
at the synagogue. Mr. H. M.
Drevich, president. urges all
members to attend as important
business will be transacted.
jlclcl HIS
By Edward Newman
The Miami Section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Juniors
will hold a charity boat ride
Sunday. August 4. 1940. at 8:30
p. m. on the boat Osceola. locat-
ed at the City Yacht Basin.
Arrangements are in charge
of Mrs. Harold Weinstock assist-
ed by Charlotte Dreyfus and Ed-
ward Newman. Entertainment
consisting of square dances,
reels, broom dances, and amuse-
ments of a similar nature arc-
being planned. Mrs. Weinstock
also hints of a surprise twist in
the entertainment of the evening,
but as yet even the committee
has not been able to persuade her
to divulge the details.
Tickets can be secured from
any member of Council or at the
boat on the night of the boat
ride.
At the recent swim-dance held
July 21st at the Seaglades Ca-
bana Club. Leonard Greenblatt
won the men's free style swim-
ming race for which the prize
was a humidor with racks for
eight pipes. Leonard happily
stated that he was going to start
smoking a pipe immediately.
Evelyn Auslander, the winner of
the women's free style swimming
race, won a cocktail shaker with
six glasses, but Evelyn mourn-
fully cried that she didn't like
cocktails.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Porsoff and
family of Delray Beach are va-
cationing here for a month.

A benefit card party was spon-
sored by the Beth Israel Sister-
hood Thursday evening with
Mrs. O. P. Gruner hostess for the
affair.

The B'nai B'rith Lodge and its
Ladies Auxiliary held an all day
picnic at the Log Cabin Sunday
with more than seventy five per-
sons present. Bathing, fishing,
games and other entertainment
was featured. In charge of ar- ,
rangements were Messrs. Sam
Scher. Martin Dubbin and Louis
Schutzer.

Dr S. Harris left for New York
on a combined business and
pleasure trip and will return to
the city shortly.

Mrs. J. H. Lesser returned to
the city after a two weeks' va-
cation in Rome. Ga., visiting rel-
atives and friends.

Mr. Henry Sirkin of Bridge-
port. Conn., after an absence of
twenty-two years. is visiting
here with his brother and sister-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sir-
kin.

The local branch of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
held their regular meeting at
the home of Mrs. A. Levin, 922
34th Street, with Mrs. A. Blicher.
president, conducting.

Elliott Argintar. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Cy Argintar left for New
York where he will visit with
his aunts, and then go to the
William Day Camp, returning in
the fall.
will be placed
building this
been ordered
Special benches
N. R. S. REPORTS ON
REFUGEE SITUATION
Resettlement of refugees out
of New York to communities
throughout the United States by
the National Refugee Service
during the first six months of
194 I was equal to 8f> per reiV i t
resi ttlement during all of 1930,
it was stated in the April-June
quarterly report of Cr William
Haber, executive director ot the
organization. A total >: 1,439
refugees were resettled out ot
New York City during the quar-
ter under review.
Temporary cash assistance v as
administered to a monthly aver-
age of 3.270 families between
April and June. The June case
load of 3-517 represented a 18
per cent. increase over the April
figure of 3.023.
Offsetting the need for relit I
were the occupational placement
and vocational retraining serv-
ices rendered during the quarter
the report went on. More than
1.100 jobs were found for refu-
gees and training courses were
initiated for about 180 individ-
uals. As a further aid to the ad-
justment procedure. English
classes were found for more than
1,800 persons.
The report pointed out that
for the first time since tho in-
ception of the National Rei'ug -c
Service in June. 1939 there has
been a "slackening though not a
cessation of refugee migration
from Europe to the United States.
Immigration from Germany.
Czechoslovakia. Poland and Hun-
gary during the 10 months be-
tween July, 1939 and May, 1940
dropped 40 per cent under the
number of arrivals from those
countries during the same 10
months of the previous year."
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. RaoOl
1711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1323
I MAURICE MAMCHES. Cant.ir
i Phone 52013
I 945 Euclid Avenue
Synagogue Services
Daily at 8:00 a. m.. 6:45 p. m.
and 7:20 p. m.
Saturday at 8:30 a. m.. 6:30 p.
m.. and 7:40 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday at
6:45 p. m. Rabbi Meschcloff will
speak on "The Portion of the
Week."
Preparations for Holy Days
The new synagogue building is
being prepared for the Holy Day
services. Our stained glass win-
dows have now been completely
installed. Windows will be in-
stalled in the dome this coming
week.
Lighting fixtures are being in-
stalled throughout the new
building.
New runners
throughout the
coming week.
Benches have
for the balcony,
for the scrolls of the law have
been ordered for the pulpit.
Radio Hour
The Jewish hour of Radio sta- ;
tion WIOD will be presented this \
week by Rabbi Mescheloff. A
guest speaker will grace the pro-
gram. Cantor N. Wroobel will
ising a number of Liturgic melo-
dies. The program is conducted
from 3:00 to 3:30. Will you be
listenin'?
Miami Beach Mitrachi
The Miami !' ach Mizrachi
conducted a si h, seeing bus tour
I last Monday Many people
joined for trip. Proceeds
went to the \ irk of the national
ading the commit-
. ;-. A. Bcrow and Mrs.
i. So successful was
venture that plans for
; in the future are be-
te. For information con-
sult the above or the Rabbi.
Bruchim Haboim
We welcome to our commun-
ity the following rabbis and
their families who are vacation-
ing on the beach: Rabbi I..
Mesh of Birmingham. Ala : Rab-
bi H. Gerston of Chattanooga,
Tenn.; Rabbi B. Poritzky of Bal-
timore. Md.: Rabbi Wm. Dra/m
of Savannah. Ga. We are glad
to have them in our community
and at our services
On Vacation
Miss Sonia Shpall of our Relig-
ious School faculty has left for
'a six week vacation in which
she will visit the north and con-
sult with pedagogues in New
York,
Mazul Tov
We congratulate Mr. Harry
Silverman and Miss Evelyn
Melitzer on their marriage last
Sunday. Rabbi Mescheloff
bound them in marriage in a
simple home ceremony.
Religious School
We are proud of the rcgistra
tion of our school and of the ex-
cellent work they have been ac-
complishing this summer. Ex-
aminations held this past week
by Rabbi Meschcloff and Dr. M.
Safra revealed an amazingly nigh
standard of scholarship on the
part of every student.
Parents are urged to enroll
their children now. Personal at-
tention is given to each child and
his problems. Classes are held
daily from 9 to 12:30 each morn-
ing. Registration any morning
from 9 to 10.
TEMPLE ISRAELI
137 N. E. 19th Street
| Office Phone 2-7745
.RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
i RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN I
530 N. E. 31it St.29548
Miami
.,
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
Mizrachi.
tee were I
F. Kalst'
this new
repetitii .:
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening. July 26th 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 psace to all who mourn
and comfort the be.-eaved
among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed: Joe Cohen,
brother of Mrs. Herman Wronk-
er; Helena Williams, grandmoth-
er of Mrs. D. J. Apte and Mr. R.
W. Apte; Jesse M. Hoffman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman;
Dora Simon, mother of Mr. To-
bias Simon: Sarah Rebecca Es-
kin. mother of Mrs. Jack Bern-
stein; Gus Eiseman, brother of
Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer: Max
Koftoff. father of Mrs. Sic Men-
delson.
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone having articles of
clothing, furniture, etc. th.it
are nut being used or needed,
please cooperate with the La-
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Welfare B n eau, ami si d
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them.
If You Cannot Bring, These
to the
RUMMAGE STORE
Located at 167 N. W. 5th St.
Please Phone
Mrs. L. J. Harts. 2 7135
Mrs. Morris Dubler. 5-3517
Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5-4269
and they will be called for
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VOLUME 13 FRIDAY, JULY 26, NUMBER 25 1940
lOUST NAZI DIPLOMAT;
ON N. Y. CONSUL STAFF
New York (WNS)Dr. Fried-
Irich Ricd, who was ousted from
1 his Brazilian post at the request
of the Brazilian government
which accused him of fifth col-
umn activities, has been added to
the staff of the Nazi Consulate
in New York, it was learned
hero.
Dr. Ricd was the Nazi consul
i for six years in the province of
iRio Grande de Sul. heavily Ger-
man-populated area, where he
was active in attempts to boosts
the circulation of pro-Nazi news-
i papers. He was responsible for
setting up an extensive system of
I pro-Nazi schools.
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(By PHINEAS J. BIRON)
NOT WANTED
An unneeded incident occurred in our fair city last week
when three persons in Miami were arrested for distributing com-
munist literature. Somewhat of a furore was created, and
threats of violence by several groups for those involved. Au-
thorities took charge of the situation and declaring that they
were "stupid children," Judge Jack R. Kirchik on City court
Wednesday fined them the maximum after a thorough interro-
gation, which in part revealed that while somewhat in sym-
pathy with the movement, they were getting paid for their part
by someone still higher up out of Jacksonville. The acts of nor-
mal individuals usually have a basis. Motives may stem from
one of many sources. Millions of young people listening to the
blandishments of this type of propaganda are so ignorant that
they evince a willingness to sacrifice freedom for a promise of
economic security.
One of our local dailies takes strong exceptions to the pro-
cedure in this instance stating that this brings us back to the
fundamental guestion: "In order to defeat Stalin and Hitler, are
we going to have to imitate Stalin and Hitler? In order to de-
stroy Stalinism and Hitlerism are we going to have to practice |
Stalinism and Hitlerism?" They further state, "These people
are using the rights and immunities of the democratic political
system to urge its overthrow by the dictatorial political and po-
lice system. They are taking advantage of privileges which, if
they had their way, would be destroyed the moment they got
into power. Certainly we can waste no sympathy on these in-
dividuals. They have no kick at what has happened to them,
no legitimate complaint whatever. But the American people
the truly democratic Americansdo have a kick at what has
happened to these communists. For what has happened to
these communists is a step in the direction of what the commun- .
ists themselves are fighting for."
We firmly believe that the authorities and Judge Kirchik ;
should be commended for their actions. We realize that respect
for constitutional rights forbids that we should interfere with the
civil liberties of our citizens or group of citizens. Constitutional
rights, however, do not forbid that we should take reasonable
precaution against the growth in our midst of forces who owe
allegiance to a government other than the United States or to
form a government other than American Democracy, and whose
outspoken purpose it is by their actions, to subvert the present
jorm of government chosen by the people of the United States. I
As has been the experience in the past these carriers of un-
American propaganda always creating dissension will find no
comfort in this area.
Individual action, regardless of race or creed definitely
do not reflect opinions, attitudes, or actions of that entire group.
Unfortunately the innocent have to suffer for the wicked and
often is the blame pinned on a whole group because of indi-
viduals.
Rather apropos is the item re-
printed below taken from the
American Jewish Outlook
of Pittsburgh:
PLACING THE BLAME
FIGHTING IS IMMINENT
MILITARY EXPERT SAYS
New York (WNS)The situa-
tion In the Palestine-Syria reg-
ion has every element that
makes for an explosion and we
are likely to hear of violent
fighting in that region in the
next few months, perhaps weeks,
according to Fletcher Pratt, mil-
itary expert of the New York
Post.
"At the bottom of the whole
unstable inverted pyramid of
forces is the perennial Arab-Jew-
ish trouble," Mr. Pratt said in an
article in the Post. 'This was
already serious enough last sum-
mer, before the war began, so
that Britain had to maintain
more than a division of troops
in the region."
"At that time Italian propa-
gandists were energetically urg-
ing the Arabs to violence, and
Italian gun-runners were supply-
ing them with arms," the writer
added.
"Italy, now the open enemy of
England, need no longer conceal
her tracks. The aid she gives
to Arab trouble-makers can be
perfectly open. Italian airplanes
from the Dodecanese are prob-
ably dropping supplies of bullets
and explosives to the Arabs at
very moment, and Italian agents
are undoubtedly working in to
keep the pot boiling."
A recent issue of the "Anti-
Nazi Bulletin" tells us about a
meeting wherein the Jews were
I blamed for the following: the
! failure of the grass to grow in
Flatbush. Wild West movies, the
!present style of women's hats,'
j the wearing of diamond rings, ;
and President Roosevelt's gold t
buying program. No mention
. was made, strangely enough, of i
j possible profits in silver, because j
perhaps, silver has been en-
Shrined. In connection with j
placing the blame, Calamity ,
Jane, writing for "Midwest La-
bor," sums it all up conveniently:
Are you scrapping with your
wife?
Do your in-laws give you strife? |
Are the bill collectors sore.
Is your job a doggone bore?
Does your husband tend to guz- !
gle.
Can't you solve that cross word
puzzle?
Here's the cure-all for the blues.
Go out gunning for the Jews.
Is your trouble halitosis?
Flat feet. B. O. or thrombosis?
Pink tooth brush or indigestion.
Constipation and congestion?
Is your diet your main topic.
Is your sight a bit myopic?
Have you got that tired feeling.
Has your sunburn started peel-
ing?
Are you bilious and dejected.
Do you need your teeth inspect- .
ed?
Here's the formula to use .
Go out gunning for the Jews,
Have you got a skin infection.
Did you lose the last election?
Are your bunions feeling tender.
Did your spouse go on a bender?
Are you losing on the horses.
Did you eat too many courses?
Did your stock go down two
notches.
Has your skin got yellow
blotches?
Here's a helpful bit of news .
Go out gunning for the Jews.
Don't you like the county
sheriff,
Do you want a higher tariff?
Has the country a depression,
Or is it a mild recession?
Did your party take a beating.
Do you retch when overeating?
Don't your new shoes feel just
right,
Is your corselette too tight?
Did you blow another fuse?
Sufe. You guessed it. It's the
Jews.
Although some years have
passed since we tried any rhym-
ing, let us see if we cannot also
place some blame on the Jews:
Does your conscience rule your
life,
Does the Golden Rule ban strife?
Do the Ten Commandments
guide
Ev'ry act on the right side?
Does the Brotherhood of Man
Make you helpful as you can?
Does the Bible love infuse?
Sure. You guessed it. Blame
the Jews.
YOU SHOULD KNOW
Latest prognosticator of an anti-Hitler revolt in Germany is
biographer Emil Ludwig We hope he's rightand soon
. Winchell points out that one Otto Koischwitz, whom he in
1935 accused of disseminating Nazi propaganda and who swore
that it wasn't so, is now the official Nazi short-wave broadcaster
for propaganda aimed at the United States Ribbentrop, says
Ira Gershwin, will excuse the Nazi invasion of England by
claiming that the Germans were merely forestalling a move to
take the Isles The rumor that King Carol's Magda Lupescu
reached the U. S. a couple of weeks ago has been checked and
rechecked, but no trace of her has at yet been found on this side
of the Atlantic When the Duke of Windsor had to leave
England in a hurry he found refuge in the home of the Vien-
nese Baron Rothschild What we wonder is whether now,
with the Baron a refugee in America and the Duke in the Gov-
ernor's Mansion in the Bahamas, the Windsor home will be
thrown open to the Rothschilds You may think pate de foi
gras is a great delicacy, but recent emigres to this country can't
look the stuff in the face any more ... It seems that for a while
it was the only food available at the French concentration
camps for German Jewish refugees .
HOME NEWS
There's a Rome-Berlin angle to the Presidential campaign
too, we've discovered What we mean is that the Repub-
licans have practically adopted Irving Berlin's "God Bless
America" as their theme song, while the New Dealers at the
Democratic Convention spent a lot of lung-power caroling Har-
old Rome's "Franklin D. Roosevelt Jones" Something of a
record in scoops was scored by George Backer's New York
Post last December, it now develops Way back at the end of
1939 that paper foretold the appointment of Secretary Knox .
James Roosevelt, son of the President, is planning to produce
a movie on the life of Pastor Martin Niemoeller, the world war
hero who refuses to "kotow to Hitler .
THIS AND THAT
Back on the job defending Jewish rights is our old friend
David A. Brown, who recently protested vigorously at a New
York daily's pointing out that it was German Jewish refugees
who enjoyed the steamship berths which American and Co-
nadian volunteers returning from Finland coveted on their trip
back Something of a spy-scare was innocently started at
the Norfolk, Va., shipyards recently by scenic designer Boris
Arensen, who went there to get ideas for a theatrical set he's
planning and whose sketching and photographing of scenes
aroused official suspicion ... If you've been saving envelopes
containing letters from the 1937 Zionist Congress, when the pos-
tal authorities at Zurich, Switzerland, put a special "Zionisten-
kongress" postmark on all mail, hang on to these keepsakes
. Philatelists tell us that they's rapidly becoming valuable
collectors' items We fail to see that it requires any great
perspicacity to discover that the income tax evasion charge on
which a certain Jewish publisher was recently found guilty is a
matter that doesn't do the Jews of /..neria any good, and there-
fore we also fail to see any good reason why Westbrook Pegler
should have devoted a whole column to giving the publisher a
bawling-out or why Mr. Pegler felt it his duty to tell the Jews of
America that such incidents may give rise to anti-Semitic
feeling .
DEPARTMENT OF CONGRATULATIONS
Congratulations to Luise Rainer for saving her father from
the clutches of the Nazis She has at last succeeded in bring-
ing him over to this country Congratulations also to the Ar-
chibald Seixases on the engagement of their daughter, Myra
Rosalie Miss Seixas is a descendant of Rabbi Gershom
Mendes Seixas, who participated in the George Washington in-
augural ceremony back in 1789, and her fiance. Jack Franklin
Schwartz, is a grandson of the late Rabbi Isaac Zachariah of
Christchurch, New Zealand We suppose felicitations are al-
so due to Samuel Zemurray, whose United Fruit Company
shows a profit of over nine million dollars for the first half of
1940 (this before deduction of income taxes, if you're interest-
ed) .. And our hat is also off to Oscar Levant, soloist at the
Gershwin memorial concert at the Lewisohn Stadium, where he
set the 1940 attendance record .',. Ben Hecht, however, isn't in
the market for congratulations on his daughter's marriage .
Says he doesn't like to be reminded of it, as it makes him feel
too old .
ABOUT PEOPLE
ne of lhe mst significant books on the Fall list will be
The Great Hatred." by Maurice Samuel Broadway reports
that Sholem Asch's latest hobby is golf It's also said that the
author of "The Nazarene" is working on a new play Our
own Louis Nizer, the silver-tongued lawyer and leader, is going
to be represented in the book field this autumn with a volume
entitled 'Thinking on Your Feet" Would-be orators would do
well to put this book on their required reading list Incident-
ally, Louis celebrated Flemish night in his penthouse the other
evening, when he entertained Maurice Maeterlinck and Pierre
van Paasen Playright Clifford Odets has spread out to an-
other field, that of song-writing, we're told ... A budding prod-
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A group photograph, taken at the 43rd Annual Zionist Convention of representatives present of the
Southeastern region. Delegates pictured are. seated, from left to right: Murray B. Glickstein.
Jacksonville: Jos. M. Brown. Atlanta: Rabbi Aaron Shapiro. Augusta: Hyman S. Jacobs. Atlanta;
Rabbi William Drazin. Savannah: Rabbi Abraham Chill. Nashville; Rabbi Abraham J. Mesch, Birm-
ingham; Aaron Sayers, Chattanooga; Adalbert Freedman. Atlanta: Mrs. Adalbert Freedman and
Mrs. Abraham J. Mesch. Standing, from left to right: Jack Lichtenstein. Atlanta: David Gershon.
Atlanta. Fred Kirschner. Nashville; Sol Benamy. Atlanta; Mortimer May. Nashville; Rabbi Israel
Gerstein. Chattanooga; Sam Portman. Savannah.
INFORMATION WANTED
Information is wanted of
Herman (Hymie) Schwartz
who disappeared from his
home in New York in Jan-
uary. 1940, leaving his wife
and minor son unprovided
for and since then has failed
to contribute to their sup-
port, as a result of which
they are in great need and
dependent on the charities.
Mr. Schwartz, who is be-
lieved to be in Florida, is 30
years of age. 5 ft. 4 in. tall,
weighs 140 pounds, has dark
brown hair, brown eyes, is
an electric motor mechanic
also operated a candy store.
Anyone aware of his loca-
tion is requested to commun-
icate with the National De-
sertion Bureau, 67 West 47th
Street, New York City.
Thirty three years of service
to childhood was commemorated
i running June 29th to July 3rd
when delegates and guests from
all parts of the country gathered
in Denver to celebrate the Thirty
Third Anniversary of the Na-
tional Home for Jewish Children
at Denver.
Mrs. Harry Kaufman, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of the Home in Greater Mi-
ami, was the official delegate
to the Thirty Third Anniversary
Convention. Also attending the
Convention from this area was
Mr. Harry Kaufman and Mrs.
Sam Luby.
Thirty-one auxiliaries of the
Home located in cities from Bos-
ton to San Francisco, represent-
ing a membership of over twelve
thousand women, took part in the
ceremonies.
The Convention opened Satur-
day, June 29.
A tour of the Home was con-
ducted Sunday afternoon when
the delegates and guests became
better acquainted with the child-
ren and learned more about the
service the Home renders them.
Speakers at the various ses-
sions of the 33rd Anniversary
Conference recognizing the grav-
ity of the world situation and ful-
ly cognizant of the doubtful fu-
ture of civilization, stressed the
increased importance and nobil-
ity of guiding homeless and or-
phaned children through the pit-
falls that await them.
RABBI CHOSEN
Rabbi Leonard J. Mervis has
been called to the pulpit of Tem-
ple Beth-El, Pensacola. Fla., ef-
fective September 1st.
Formerly of Weirton. W. Va.
he was elected to Phi Beta Kap-
pa at the University of Cincin-
nati, where he received his mas-
ter of arts in 1937 and held a
scholarship in history' in the
Graduate School. 1936-38.
At Hebrew Union College In-
won the Kaufman Kohler and
social research prizes and grad-
uated in 1939. He was elected to
Phi Eta Sigma, honorary schol-
astic, at the University of Mich-
igan.
UNDER ARREST
London (W N S) Hundreds of
; Dutch Jews, including many
prominent leaders, have been
'arrested and sent to concentra-
tion camps charged with provok-
' ing an anti-Nazi spirit in Hol-
land and inciting the Dutch peo-
ple to anti-Nazi acts, it was re-
ported here.
The Nazi overlords of Holland
have encountered numerous dif-
ficulties in hammering the Dutch
.people to submission and have
1 found it necessary to take drastic
action against Jews and non-
Jews. The Nazis have frequent-
ly raised the charge that the
Dutch people are furnishing the
British with vital military infor-
mation.
It was learned that 600 young
Jewish refugees from Germany,
part of the batch of 12,000 Jew-
ish refugees which had been
transported from Holland to the
Lublin Jewish "reservation" in
Poland, have been returned to
Holland because of lack of space.
The 600 youthful refugees
I have been assigned to compul-
sory labor in Holland under the
supervision of Nazi troops.
A report from Norway stated
that the Nazis have confiscated
all Jewish property, factories
and bank deposits.
JEWS WANDERING ON
RODI. REACH EGYPT
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)Word has reached here that
jthe Italian steamer Rodi. carry-
HAIFA SUFFERS ">8 Jewish immigrants flee-
FIRST BOMBING m from Nazi-occupied lands,
______ I had at last reached an Egyptian
Haifa (Palcor Agency) The Pft-
harbor c.ty of Haifa suffered; The Italian ship had almost
bombardment recently as a num- entered Haifa harbor just prior
ber of Italian planes swept over
the town unloosing their deadly
missiles, which caused damage in
a few sections of the city and
resulted in a number of casual-
ties. This is the first attack on
Haifa since Italy declared war.
The Italian bombers were first
sighted at 9:10 a. m.
to Italy's entry into the war but
with, the declaration of hostili-
ties she fled the English-held
port, only to be caught by British
destroyers and convoyed to Mal-
to for detention.
After their long trek, the refu-
gees are expected to reach Pales-
tine from Egypt soon.
B CharmingBe Brif kt
Drink MUX FmI Riant
I Tow Or*** S~%
tat M Mll
JAMES WATERMAN WISE
Research Consultant of the Coun-
cil Against Intolerance in Amer-
ica, and co-author of "Mr. Smith,
Meet Mr. Cohen."
WILL GIVE CARD PARTY
The Beth David Sisterhood will
give a card party Thursday,
August 8th at 8:30 p. m. at the
Beth David Talmud Torah. Card
games will be played, prizes
awarded and refreshments. The
public is invited.
Ignominy to Thorkelson;
Is Licked By a Woman
Washington (W N S) Con-
gressman Jacob Thorkelson of
Montana is now faced with
the prospect of paying for
postage if he wants to send his
anti-Semitic sentiments to his
followers.
Dire tragedy has befallen
Mr. Thorkelson. The anti-
Semitic, pro Fascist Nordic
legislator has been defeated in
the Republican primaries in
Montana's first Congressional
district bya woman.
To add insult to injury,
Miss Jeanette Rankin, the
woman who brought melan-
choly to the house of Thorkel-
son. launched her campaign
only a month ago and yet was
able to defeat the man who
was once considered by Silver
Shirt Leader William Dudley
Pelley for the presidency of
the United States.
During Mr. Thorkelson's
single term in Congress he
managed to get many of his
anti-Semitic speeches into the
Congressional Record and then
promptly sent copies of the
Record, postage free, to his
devotees. Once the Congress-
man is removed from office,
he will have to pay for post-
age.
Mr. Thorkelson has one con-
solation, however, if it may be
considered a consolation, his
postage bill shouldn't be very
high. Judging from the re-
sults of the primaries, he
doesn't have very many fol-
lowers.
HADASSAH TO CARE!
FOR AMERICAN PEOPLE!
START COURSE IN JUDAISM
Rabbi Abraham Shusterman of
Temple Israel. Tulsa. Oklahoma,
will open a course, sponsored by
the Jewish Chautauqua Society,
in the "Religions of Palestine and
Arabia Judaism. Christianity
and Islam" Monday. July 29 at
the now historic University of
Virginia in Charlottesville where
only a few weeks ago President
Roosevelt made a plea for relig-
ious freedom and democracy.
Counting as one-third hour uni-
versity credit, the course will
mark the 28th consecutive year
that the Jewish Chautauqua So-
ciety has presented lectures on
subjects dealing with Jewish life
and culture at the Virginia in-
stitution.
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temporary quarters for American
citizens in Palestine, it was an-
nounced here by Mrs. Samuel W.
Halprin. Palestine chairman of
Hadassah.
Mrs. Halprin made her an-
nouncement following the re-
ceipt of a cable from Dr. Judah
L. Magnes. president of Hebrew
University and chairman of Ha-
dassah's war committee, in which
Dr. Magnes stated that George
W. Wadsworth. American Con-
sul-General in Palestine, had
asked for temporary quarters for
American residents in case of an
emergency.
According to Hadassah, there
are approximately 8.000 Ameri-
cans living in Palestine, of whom
7.500 are Jews. The Americans
will be quartered in the old
Rothschild-Hadassah hospital,
which has been vacant since the
opening of the organization's
new medical center on Mount
Scopus.
At the same time it was an-
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bled authorization to its medical
and nursing staffs to give "full
cooperation" to British military
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The villages as well as the cities
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British army in response to the
permission given for enlistment.
The Keren Hayesod settlements
have already given 150 men,
mostly skilled technicians need-
ed in the service branches. Among
the volunteers are sons of the
oldest settlements in Palestine.
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fJenisti thrkttairi
FRIDAY, JULY 26. 1340
I have been thinking for some i time being their cares of the fur-
time, trying to find the proper niture business ... the circular
adjectives to describe the splen- gathering of bachelors and con-
did B'nai B'rith social meeting i structive bachelors (those whoses
held Tuesday night at the Sea- I wives are away on vacations
glades Pool and Cabana Club. I [consisting of Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Stanley Myers, Jack Ab-
bott, and several others having
a good time some families
were well represented, such as
hesitate to say that it was a tre-
mendous success because I have
used this expression so many
times this past year to describe
other B'nai B'rith affairs. But
the fact remains that it is best
described by saying that it was
a tremendous success, because
approximately 500 people, in-
cluding B'nai B'rith members,
their wives and sweethearts,
spent an evening, filled with
gaiety, excitement
icing, swimming
ing in the delicious refreshments j Umn, God bless her so many
vitz brothers and several of the |
Green boys including Al Green
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
(Continued from Page Four)
igy of the theatre is Naomi Ra-
phaelson, daughter of playwright
Samson Raphaelson Though
only ten years old, Naomi is go-
by
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
(The writer will be Rind to an-w-r
any problem of his renders. Write
to hi in In care of this newsiw;p^i,
Musical Journeys
If you have ever had the
nerve-racking experience of sit-
. ting next to a fidgety child at a
ing to have a part in a summer corfcert you wllf ^ndoubtc?d,^
theatre production Keep agree that music alone will not
your eyes peeled for a gifted ordinarily hold a child's atten-
young dramatist. Herbert Kahn Uoa Something else must be
by name, who's offering a play JJg^jg^*jgg*Jo
to summer audiences in the East demonstrated this principle at
A member of the cast is the Children's Museum in Brook-
lhaS7?d=ISihrre Zu^rnic.kand 'executive secretary of A. Z. A., 3; Springeri nephew of the late lyn. N. Y., by taking the children
their wives, three of the Arono- | who is visiting in Miami Beach. jJ^JJJ Br*inin That marvel- who attended his musical lec-
tures on imaginative
, ll(1..- v.. 11 i..f,"" 1' Journeys.
--------and. poor Stanley ,usf F.rcnch m0VIe Th^ Ba.kcrs The first set of journeys was to
of the Green boys who has ven- Myers, who teed off late, when Wife, may become a Broadway ; the ty _of _orchestra, where he
(who, by the way, is the only one j*jt dinner
t4ea%or?hVoT^ club house.'vehicle for the comeback of (attempted to interest them in the
- ial sea with a swell first thought for a moment that he George Jessel to the legitimate instruments. This aroused tneir
nt laughter frpl- mate) ... I believe Esther Green was in Germany when he saw Q j wjf wj natural curiosity to know
. dancing, indulg-, is a constant reader of this col- 'the scraps that remained. ( e e thing about what the 1
;,,f ^f^<-u^^ ____ > __ 1___ _____ mi___i__ ._ n_...i___ natural curiosity to know suine-
instru-
Thanks to Brother Max Gold- I""8 ,u'1' ?"""rP ents do and resulted in an in-
served and in turn being able to wives of our members in cahoots 1 stein for getting the boys togeth- Marx story is that when the sil- tercst in the music they make
lie back and relax in comfortable I against the government forjer and for being responsible for ent comedian was in Russia the On subsequent visits to the city
beach chairs, out-of-doors, in the won't their husbands be entitled i these athletic activities on the I audiences insisted on hearing of orchestra, the various fami-
beautiful surroundings, and un- to a $250.00 deduction in filing B'nai B'rith schedule.
lies (instrument group to vou)
der the setting of "a beautiful | their next income tax report ." A B'nai BYith bowling league ^.'"Y^ ovi>n *f had U> b.e In were introduced and their place
moon. 11 should talk Al Pallot and is being formed under the su- E"g,isn -So Harpo entertained in the orchestra, their history
and use were discussed. Mr
Hepner, in comparing the instru-
ment family pointed out that it
ctrery Thursday night at "........ ,'.'"...... j-"T superior In at least one respect
to spend an enjoyable evening and thrilled because everybody the Miami Recreation Alleys on Russians didn t know the differ- every member can speak at
... I say the affair was a mar- was having such a swell time South Miami Ave, near the Tut- ence Did you know that once and produce not discord
velous success because every- and to see so many people inter- tle Arena. There will be five or bandleader Abe Lyman isn't al-
body was happy ... honestly and ested and concerned about Broth- Six teams formed which will
truly happy...... |er Walter Kovncr, whose wife,
together dependent upon music
but harmony. With similar
touches of humor and the inter-
.vhose wife, compete among themselves and I%'"Y'."",. "*v*"-"*** ""T jection of amusing drawings
m^.K ,f,i Dons' 1S vlslt'ng n New York'the winners of that tournament for hls hvm- b,'inS a Partner in made mto ,antern sli'de8i the t *.
wf nnk na Li thai"the affair V*wand t0uSee so..many othe will be presented with a loving his brothers restaurant chain? sion of too much concentration
which was so well olanned hv the members and their guests cup and a cash award and will. That was a narrow escape was relieved. Whenever |
h^iftAM,%^St^Ahefl^STUa' m the eVenmgS at^^hcn,V^J,rr;U:m'llh Y' Eddie Duchin had at Hollywood^ ""ans were brought ,,,.,
chmiiri nmvo encr-oesfiii tivities. M. H. A. bowling team. the classroom to demons'.rat.*
It was a Sine? nleasure to To you sPorl fans' J submit Marty M,Istein has informed Cocoanut Grove a couple of thl,ir lnslrunu.nts. victrola rec-
see Brother Elrv Stone swimming ithe foUowin* results the me that you need not be an ex- weeks ago As it was. the ac- ords were also used to emphasize
around in the oool care-free and I ee",style..s w 'm m n g event' Pcrlcnct,d bowler to apply; just cident reduced Eddie to crutches, the use of a particular family of
eniovine himself to see iBrother Marvln Rossman was come to the bowling alleys ev- instruments in some selection
Brother! Ike Levin. Ben Levine! fif* and A.* Green second In e7y Thursday night and he will WEAKLY GIGGLE Not until the class was familiar
Ike Joffe and several others sit- ^ wmen s sw,lmmm? nV?.1' d a" hc,can t0 help y0U and *ul with al> the members of the or-
ting around exchanging jokes D, ,Crmfer ,(M,rs Al Pallot-1 you in shape. W.nchell relays the story about chestra. their family ties and
and bits of amusements ... Jo- .Si??? st_00.k.f,t_,?La.ce andADais7 | .... tU.t ..... ... ... the neutral who was being their relation to the whole, was
nu ,a> Rorman anri his'io-roiv Milstein second place ... A per- Now that I have covered the i ', ,B fnii svmohonie music nlavoVi
wffe VoHxinP nH eniovina fhP fect exhibition of backstroke social and athletic jobs of B'nai shown the birthplace of Fried- IU"s>mpnon,^mus,c pla>cd
water ^oTVosalind^h^he^n dimming by Dr. Sol Selevan B'rith, I should mention Brother rich von Schiller, the great Ger- .J^J^J^" *
water show (Rosalind has been
knitting constantly for the Red
Cross) Brother George Wol-
pert and his wife swimming, and
ady
. As someone beside me sug- I Leo Eisenstein and his member- man poet 'Here" announced ^kiS^j Sf.COnd.uSC!uf Junie>s
gested. all that was missing wls ship drive because it is the large th,, ^, ,u announced whlch dealt with the music lt-
the music which was suggested membership which makes these zl Eu,cle- ^as born our self. Although Mr. Hepner dis-
by his rhythmic strokes (I under- affairs possible. Brother Eisen- .national poet" "Y#u mean in- cussed nature in music, allowing
relaxed and forgetting for_the stand Brothcr selevan was one Stein'has been working heart I ternational poet," corrected the ^eJhi!dren to listen to program
j of the outstanding members of and soul on this drive and I un- visitor
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Katuropathie Phvsician
CHIROPRACTOR
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PHONE 5-7808
. music illustrative to his subject,
I the swimming team at the Uni- derstand that the membership is .YT'-T ', ^.', .. r- S- t10 found this procedure unwise
versity of Michigan) and to within 50 or 60 members of the urieans for the r rench because it limited the repertoire
Brother Joseph (J.) Berman went 1000 mark lets all get to- Egmont' for the Dutch and to one particular type of music
the watermelon for winning the gether and try to ease some of 'Mary Stuart' for the British" As a diversified musical eduea-
the burden off the shoulders of
"Didn't he write anything
tion he suggests instead, a trip to
musicland to meet famous com-
posers. After such a jour
"Sure,'' was the retort, "he the minds of the children will be
meeting, on August 13th wrote The Robbers' for you" receptive to the music ol
ntUtf
O+t
^ Headaches
Simple Heunlgii
or Muscular t
A7//75
watermelon polo event.
AlVcS^r served'th?sre0tnoI ^O ^ SeK fi"SS btJe ^ -
dogs and drinks, as if he had l2e August meeting so that, at
been trained at 'Nathan's' of, that meeting, 01
Coney Island and to Brother W(L^an celebrate.
Marty Milstein. who took care "here arc probably a number
of so many of the details and oimen that you have approached UHTprv ATTCITRTflM mrc
personally supervised the acqui- ho have been putting you off, VLt. l^Di UlCji3
sition and distribution of those Nw ls the time to approach IN GERMAN CAMP
.delicious watermelons and who lnem again and get them signed ______
1 also did such a splendid job in up: ,,.,
arranging the water events. An elaborate and impressive In" Non,Sectanan Anti-Nazi
* initiation ritual is being planned League has learned of the death program and compared aiid'con-
If you should see 28 sun- and. rehearsed by the
1 bronzed B'nai B'rith me
town, be advised that they
the same 28 men who participat-
ed in the B'nai B'rith Golf "
nament held last Sunday .
noon at the Miami Springs Golf ,nc =>tate federation Convention. ,,,.,,
First prize, consisting
great mast, rs they have
Prominent events m the cor
era' iives should be dramatized
with the children acting out the
important episodes, pr< few '
those which concern music
Winks of more than one compos-
er should be heard in the same
Club
of a dozen golf" balls, went to
country. A writer and at-
Equally as important as ac- torney, he was vice-chairman of
r? you never have had any
of these pains, be thank-
ful They can take a lot of
the joy out of life.
If you have ever suffered,
as most of us have, from
a headache, the next time
try DR. MILES ANTI-PAIN
PILLS. You will find them
pleasant to take and unusu-
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action. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain
Pills are also recommended
for Neuralgia, Muscular
Pains, Functional Menstrual
Pains and pain following
tooth extraction.
Dr. Miles Anti-Pmin Pill* do
not upset the stomach or leav*
you with a dopey, drugged
feeling.
At Your Drag Store:
-25 Tablets |1 M
25 Tablets 25*
I Mat
without outside stimuli.
Potential Heifetzes and P
ewskis are not found in every
usic
and
ke
pecial hatred for him by "cruel
.wi.i anu iiiui Liiaces were caD- "JIT" _r- e j, uuc-s 10 ; u;,,__.
Hired by Dr. Leonard Finn, Dr. ^/.Brother Walter C. Kovner, j Hl"er s arny-
; Al Rosenthat and Irving Gordon. 'nKraham Bldg, or Brother Mark Dr. Zalman was the particu- and inhuman tortures" in th^
respectively incidentally j Fcinbcrg. Olympia Bldg. lar target of N If. wJ-Z.1 4 dna'nmjman tortures, in th
have heen informs iH tli I.? NdZl lrc bpcause of words of the report received by
have been informed that Irving I he hiph roo^^d i ...1 ,"~.------"" """
Gordon, who won the booby ',. A number of our members feel /" ." r^am ln which, desone the League, which drove him al-
prize, slices salami and baloney 'v31 u 1 na!"e of our Lodge i ",s DelnK Jew'sh, he was held by most to madness before death
better than a golf ball the fhuJd b^,. chan8ed to "Miami the entire Austrian people. ended his sufferings
blind bogey prizess went to I ^*e-. They .suggest that since: After the Austrian occupation Z 7 suffe"n*s- XJ _
Brothers Seymour Rubin, first 1^ act'v't'os in local, commun- nr 7airan occupation,) Dr. Zalman died on May 29
'place, Leo Ackerman, second ?' C1V1C and social affairs are ^a,man was arrested and after more than two years in the
Place and Aarn Kanner' third ourTamf.mKhre,,ftr"Un^d::tlla^ uu v^^n^^^!? camP- concentration camp of Oranien-
The boys had such a grand
time that they unanimously de-
cided to get together once a
month and Brothers Seymour
Rubin, Herman Wall, and Leo
Ackerman have offered to con-
tribute $12.50 each towards the
purchase of prizes which will be
offered at the next monthly golf
tournament.
After the afternoon was well
spent in golfing, the boys and
their appetites retired to the
club house and promptly pro-
ceeded to devour a delicious buf-
withTe6 Greater femTa^ "^ Jai'rS *"** ^ <
Won't you give this some thought
as it will be brought up at an
early meeting.
Johnnie Teller Phone 3.7681
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FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1940
vJenisti fk>ridian
PAGE SEVEN
e
THE Y. M. H. A
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Y" Installation at Tides Hotel
Sunday, July 28th
What promises to be one of the
nicest social events of the sum-
' ur season will be held this Sun-
day eveninB at 7:00 o clock at the
beautiful Tides Hotel, Miami
Beach. Matty Bandler, chair-
man, and Lew Safan, ticket
chairman, announce that reser-
vations are now being received.
Chester Alexander has promised
to have a fine orchestra and en-
tertainment. Al Pallot has been
jmpointed toastmaster and Mr.
George E. Merrick. Miami post-
master, will be the installing of-
f iccr.
It seems that the younger set
is as interested in this affair as
the older bunch. So why not
make up a party, but do it quick-
!v as reservations are limited.
and join the crowd at the Tides
Hotel Sunday for a scrumptuous
ilinmr and dance.
Civic League News
Three wins out of four starts
is the record of the Y Town
Team entry. With the fine team
work they have evidenced. We
look I r Manager Frank Rose to
cop the second half title. Fol-
lowing are the individual betting
avcra ,._
Zomps Zelesnick **><
toy Schemer -400
ll. rl v Cohen *W
The team batting average is
now .295, which is not nearly
Beach Team (The Fighting
Schmirish) News
Lee Johns must have had the
Indian sign over our Y team
Tuesday night They trimmed
our boys 9-7 in a killer diller
ball game. The Y now stands as
losing 2-3. Herb Cohen was cer-
tainly throwing that old arm
Tuesday. Lee Johns didn't get
but nine hits. The sco' bo'd
looked mighty peculiar reading
something like this:
Lee Johns 0 2020 3 29
Y M. H. A. 2 0 203007
Following as individual batting
averages:
Stanley Weinkle .. 500
Hv Kaut .............................488
Al Reisman 440
Bennv Gilman ...............--------.375
Murry Mantell ....................357
Davis Lackowitz...... -342
S55.O0 in Prises to Be Awarded
Bowlers
At a recent meeting called by
Manager Jack Apte. the follow-
ing captains were present: Al
Berkowitz. Abe Berkowitz. Abe
Silver. Hal Levinson. Abe Wein-
ir and Harry Schwartz. After
lengthy discussion the sum of
S55.00 in prizes was agreed upon
to be distributed as follows: 1st
team. $10.00; 2nd team. $7.50:
3rd team. $5.00: high team set,
S5.00, high individual set. $3.00;
high individual game, $3.00 1st
high average complete tourna-
Y. M. H.
Team
Supermen
Demons
Bombers
Rangers
A. Duckpin Bowling
League
W
14
12
12
10
- Blackies ............................ 8
Silverstreaks.................. 7
Player G S
Sam Seitlin ___... 2 208
Sam Tendrich ...... 21 2181
Hal Levinson ..... 18 1802
Al Berkowitz 21 2091
H. Schwartz 21 2080
Abe Berkowitz 21 2037
Louis Spector 12 1165
Joe Berman
Leo Lipowsky
Leroy Feldman
Abe Silver
Murray Streit
Abe Weiner .
H. Waitsman
Sol Levin
W. Maekauf
Sam Beckman
I. Querido
P. Silverman
Julie Spector
H. Berkowitz
Jack Apte
W. Liberoff
G. Goldsmith
Nat Blumbers
Marvin Rubin
Frank Rosi
Murray Apte
D. Rosenthal
Al Reisman
Jules Wilson
Geo. Davis
Lew Safan
Pete Garvett
Harry Kamins
Geo. Wolpert
Al Dubler
Mike Adlcr
Marvin Apte
Mickey Lubel
B. Schweitzer
M. Friedman
A. Freilich
O. Argintar
3 289
21 1988
21 1984
21 1978
18 1690
11 1033
21 1949
21 1941
8 742
15 1379
21 1899
7 630
15 1349
18 1592
15 1316
21 1840
15 1312
6 527
5 436
21 1829
21 1820
4 344
21 1791
15 1272
17 1431
21 1825
15 1265
1 84
9 745
2 164
14 1141
3 237
15 1173
9 694
6 445
3 159
L
7
9
9
11
11
14
Av.
104,
103]
100
99
99
97
97
97
96
94
94
94
93
93
92
92
92
91
90
90
89
88
87
87
87
87
87
86
86
86
84
84
84
86
84
84
82
B2
81
79
78
77
74
53
is an operetta entitled "Cinderel-
la in Flower Land," which is be-
ing directed by Mrs. Samuel Tan-
nenbaum. From present plans
this operetta will be presented
Sunday. August 25th. Over i0>)
children will take part in tnis
play and will be given an oppor-
tunity to display musical or dra-
matic ability.
Miss Naomi Grossman, head of
the journalism department of Hu-
t-amp is busy preparing and ed-
iting the camp paper which will
go to press in a few days.
News Aroun' The Old Town
Herby Cohen seems to be do-
ing quite well in keeping the
campers of the Y Home Camp
under control. Herb's quite ver-
satile what with Head Counsel-
lor, Star Pitcher, Baby Snooks,
Handball Champ and strictly an
okeydoke kid Nathan Aron-
ovitz is chief sleepy head at our
Home Camp.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
To "o?d Wp".ible confu.ion. and ".Mapping eftc. of org.n.t.on.
are requested to notify thi. bureau of tentat.ve date... early a.
P"TI!, j.wl,h Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141. which
conduct', 'he bureau for'aU organization.. I. ready to serve any t.me In
the matter of clearing dat...
Y. W. H. A. NOTES
BETH JACOB HEBREW BCHOOL
open every wetk in the year ana
SuiiiIhv Sessions begin Sunday
morning-, October 20. l40, ending
Sunday morning. May S&th, 141.
EVERY MONDAY MoKMNOTem-
pi.. Israel Sisterhood SewinK
Classes benefit Red Cross, at Kap-
lan Hall. .. ,. .
EVERY MONDAY EVENINGT. W.
ll. A. bowling games. .......
SECOND AND KolKTH rLES.
days of each month, regular meet-
ing of Sholem Lodge limit B'nth.
EVERY TUESDAY EVENINGX.
\v. II. A. Athletic, at Y Clubrooms.
EVERT WEDNESDAY MORNING
National Council of Jewish Women
Miami Section Legislation and
Studv Croups at the home of Mrs.
C. Hi Adler.
EVERY WEDNESDAY Senior 11a-
dassah Bewlng Group from to l
P, M. at Temple Israel \ eatry
Room, benefit Red Cross.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON
Y. W. II. A. Sewing Classes bene-
fit Red Cross at Y Clubrooms,
EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
B'nal B'rith bowling games at Mi-
ami Recreation Center 7:80 p. m.
Sub Leads Duckpin League
Sam Seitlin, bowling for the
; Demons, averaged 104 for his
two games to climb one point on
!Sam Tendrich. The Supermen
proved their namesakes by
trouncing the leading Demons
three straight games to go into
i first place. Walter Maekauf
1 starred for the Rangers as he
helped his team whip the Black-
ies two out of three games. The
last place Silverstreaks arose to
trounce the Bombers in two out
of three games.
ment. $5.00; 2nd. $3.00; 3rd. $2.50;
4th. $2.00: 5th. $1.50. and 6th. ith.
8th. 9th. 10th. $1.00; booby prizes,
$2.50:
Home Camp
The Home Camp is now com-
pleting its sixth week of success-
ful activities and projects, big-
ger and better than ever before.
The latest project in the camp
Bowling Featured
One of the new features of-
fered by the Y. W. are the
bowling games every Monday
night, with Mrs. Essie Schacffer
in charge, assisted by Mr. Jack
Apte. who is in charge of the
nun's bowling games. The la-
dies leave the Y at 8 o'clock, so
if you are interested in attend-
ing, be on time.
Boat Ride
Assisting the men's division on
their moonlight ride, are the Y.
W. with Mrs. Mildred Ruben-
stein, chairman. All those who
are intert Sted in attending are
requested to make reservations
wtih Mrs. Rubenstein.
Book of the Month Club
Wednesday, August 2lst. the
Book of the Month Club will
hold their first meeting at the
home of Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum.
2103 S. W. 11th Street, under the
guidance of Mrs. Joel Below li-
brary chairman. "How Green Was .
My Valley.'" by Richard Llewl-
lyn will be reviewed by Mrs.
Charles Feldman. All members
are invited to attend.
Meetings
The regular meeting of the Y.
, W. will be held August 28th and
the board will meet August 14th
I at the Y Clubrooms.
Red Cross Sewing
Mrs. Jules Wilson, chairman
of the sewing and knitting group,
for the benefit of the Red Cross,
announces that all articles must
be finished and turned over to
her by Monday, as the Red Cross
will pick them up then. Leave
I your articles at the Y or at Mrs
Wilson's home. 1948 S. W. 16th
Street. Monday. Don't forget.
Music Appreciation Group
Again a new group has been
organized in the Y. W.. that of a
music appreciation group which
met for the first time Wednesday
evening at the home of Mrs.
Charles Blau. After listening to
'Invitation to the Waltz.'" "Mad
Scene." "Pevane." "Claire de
Lune," "Gypsy Airs" and "Over-
' ture to La Traviata." open dis-
cussion was held. For details of
this group contact Miss Lee Rab-
inowitz at 3-3400 or attend the
1 next meeting at the Y August 7.
,1 Y 14Sr. Hadassah all day Board
or i,ir,t int-tllatinn of Y M H. meeting at home of Mrs.
28-Joint_ I^atXonanfdYY MJun. Samuel Simonoff president.
r niviatan Tides Hotel 20Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
or Division, lidcs notti, Orthodox Congregation
Miami Beach. s,,rroth Partv
28-P.oneer Women's Organize- |^~ Womens Organiza-
tion tor Palestine of Greater ^ for Palcstine of reater
Miami Card Party. Miami Dinner
31Miami Jewish Orthodox Con- 2T_Bcth jacob Religious School
negation Board Meeting at induction Exercises.
Synagogue. 8:30 p. m. 28Sr. Hadassah Installation
AUGUST Brunch in Cromwell Hotel
4_Workmen's Circle Affair Gardens
Date announced. 30Nat'l. Council Jewish Worn-
4Miami Section Nat'l. Coun- en Miami Section Board
cil Jewish Juniors Charity Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
Boat Ride aboard Yacht Os- NOVEMBER
ceola, City Yacht Basin, at lAnd every Friday thereafter
830 p m through the month of April,
11_Y M H. A. Moonlight Sail Nat'l. Council of Jewish Wo-
aboard Yacht Biseayne at 9 men Miami Section, general
a m meeting.
13_Workmen"s Circle Affair 10Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
Date announced. ish Orthodox Congregation
'8Jr Hadassah Administration Cafeteria Supper.
Dance. Hotel Cromwell. 24Pioneer Women s Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami. Literary evening.
26Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
*"****"'"""' ,,. ... Membership Tea.
15Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew- 27_Nat'l Council Jewish Worn-
ish Orthodox Congregation, en Miamj Section Board
20Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation.
Boat Ride.
SEPTEMBER
Evening of Games.
15M. B. Habonoth Meeting ev-
ery Monday night starting
this date.
17Freda Markowitz Post No.
174 J. W. V. and Auxiliary
Boat Ride. Seven Seas. DECEMBER
Congregation Synagoguewisn 4_Nat'l. Council Jewish Worn-
22Miami Jewish Orthodox Con- en Generai Meeting 2 p. m.
gregation Synagogue Dedi- 2eM. B. Habanoth Chanukah
cation. Entertainment.
25Nat'l. Coun. Jewish Women 28Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jey-
Miami Section opening Fall ish Orthodox Congregation,
meeting. Board Meeting 10
a. m. followed by luncheon
and general meeting.
OCTOBER
5M. B. Mizrachi. Men and Wo-
men's Divisions, Opening
meeting.
Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
27Sr. Hadassah Donor Dinner
Dance at Hollywood Beach
Hotel.
28Junior Hadassah Annual
Thanksgiving Turkey Trot.
ish Orthodox Congregation.
28Beth Jacob Religious School
Chanukah Affair.
29M. B. Mizrachi Latkeh party.
29_Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami. Chanukah Latkeh
and Card Party.
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FRIDAY, JULY 28, i940
P. D. ROOSEVELT
London (WNS) The American
people, described as "more than j
40 per cent Jewish," were !
warned against the danger of re-
electing President Roosevelt to a
third term by II Tevere, popular
Rome newspaper, which said ed-
itorially that the world will now
be ruled by Chancellor Hitler
and Premier Mussolini.
In a front page editorial, the
Fascist newspaper charged that
Fresident Roosevelt intends to
repeat the "Pax Judaica" of
Woodrow Wilson, who, the pa-
per said, led the United States
into the World War because he
acted "on behalf of Morgenthau,
Warburg, Jacob Schiff, Louis
Brandeis, Kuhn, Loeb & Co.all
Jewish bankers of New York and
masters of the world."
President Wilson was able to
put across his scheme, II Tevere
said, "because 20 per cent of
America's population was Jew-
ish then, but it is easier now,
because the Jews number 40 per
cent of the total population today
and because Roosevelt himself is
a Jew."
At this point the writer appar-
ently feared that his description
of a "Jewish" America led by a
"Jewish" president, determined
to wage war against Germany
and Italy, would frighten the
Italian people because he re-
ferred to the United States as a
Charoscth Dish of Silver, from the Friedman Collection at the Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, which is among the items sent to the Golden Gate Exposition in San Francisco this summer.
The Seminary items will be on display in the Temple of Religion.
JEWISH PAINTER DIES
AT JERUSALEM, AGE 52
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)Joseph Budko, noted Ger-
man-Jewish painter who revived
the famous Bezalel Art School
several years ago and brought it I
back into prominence in artistic !
circles as its director, died here j
at the age of 52.
Mr. Budko left Germany in j
1933, at the outset of the Nazi
JEW LABOR PARTY
PLEDGES SUPPORT
SECTION OF WORLD
JEWISH CONGRESS
New York (WNS>The formal
establishment of an American
Section of the World Jewish Con-
gress with headquarters in New
York and Washington has been
authorized by a special meeting
summoned by the executive com-
Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)In the wake of the first
Italian attack on Eretz Israel, as """'"' "')".""' .**. ".VV" u A"
mittee of the World Jewish Con-
the Italian press opened an anti-jgrcss whose numbers are in the
Zionist campaign to lure Arab United States, it was announced
regime, and came to Palestine I s"PPrt for the Axis, Palestine's here by Dr. Stephen S. Wise.
to settle. As an artist he shared Jewish Labor Party (Mapay) chairman of the executive com-
enthusiastically in the world- Pk'dged its fullest support to
wide interest taken in the Bezalel itnc British forces in a resolution
mittee.
The American Section will in-
second rate power with absolute-
ly no genius for military affairs. jsalem in 1906 by Professor Boris
The paper taunted the Ameri- i Schatz. But in its third decade
can Legion, saying that the Le- tne. school had practically ceased
gion has talked "nonsense" about to function, due to lack of finan
Art School, stablished in Jeru- j adopted at a session of the Mapay ; clude the American members of
Central Committee.
1 the Administrative Committee of
Designed to stimulate recruit- j the World Jewish Congress, the
ing activities among Yishuv vol- European members of both the I
AEF of the last war, whose
"real" nature is then described
at length.
NEW TOWN HALL
IS INAUGURATED
Haifa (Palcor Agency)At
Shavei Zion, the German-Jewish
settlement between Acre and the
Lebanese border which was set-
tled by immigrants from the vil-
lage of Rexingen in Germany,
there has been inaugurated a
new synagogue, which also com-
prises a people's hall and school.
This communal edifice was made
possible through a donation by
one of the families of that village.
cial support from abroad. A
couple of years after Budko's ar-
rival, however, the school was
unteers, the resolution read in
part:
"Greetings, Yishuv volunteers
for the defense of our country,
re-opened on Jewish National! We shall fight against Nazi-Fas-
Fund land, partly with the help | cist tyranny alongside the Brit-
of the Government. Budko be- ish army until it achieves victory purpose "the reorientation of the
came i director, and through j over the forces of humanity, who World Jewish Congress program
till.. >.... i _____ 1 1% a
Administrative Committee and
the Executive committee who are
now in the United States and
those who are expected to ar-
rive in this country shortly.
The Section will have as its
his efforts the influence and
[great art contributions of the
school were revived.
Johnnie Feller Phone 3-7681
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are also the foes of Jewry."
The Jewish Agency for Pales-
tine has certificates available for
six thousand immigrants and
will receive another three thou-
sand permits shortly, it was an-
nounced by Eliahu Dobkin. head
head of the immigration depart-
ment, at one of the nation-wide
rallies held for recruitment of
Jews in British army units.
Since the outbreak of war on
September 3rd, 7.250 Jewish im-
migrants with certificates have
arrived in Palestine, he stated.
Most of them are refugees from
Nazi-occupied territories.
Utilization of the immigration
opportunities is encountering
some difficulties at this time be-
cause of communication obsta-
cles. Mr. Dobkin declared, but
the Jewish Agency is making
vigorous efforts to overcome these
handicaps by arrangement of al-
ternative routes for immigrants.
Recruiting rallies held in ev-
ery section of Palestine have met
with enthusiastic response.
conditions.
REFUGEESASKFQR
em service
London (WNS)Thousands of
1 Jewish refugees who fled to
England from Germany and
teered for service with t
! ish forces as Foreign S
Viscount Halifax rejected Hit-
I ler's "peace" offer and r ii r-
ated Great Britain's deti r
i tion to fight until Hitl, ri
wiped off the face of Euri
Voicing the hope that th
j ture will see a day of reckoning
"when Hitler's mad plans fol
rope will be shattered by th
conquerable passion of man : r
fieedom," Lord Halifax dec
that the British people
rather die than to give up free-
dom.
"We want to be able to live
our own lives as we like and not
to look over our shoulders all
the time to see if the Gestapo is
listening," the foreign secretary
said. "We want to worship God
as we like, and this religious
freedom, based on conscience, we
will not let go. for conscience is
not something you can hand ov-
er to anybody else. But in Ger-
many they have given their con-
science to Hitler, so that the peo-
ple have become machines."
Meanwhile thousands of Jew-
ish refugees mobbed offices
where "enemy" aliens were be-
ing registered for service with
the Pioneer Corps. Many Ger-
man-Jewish doctors, engineers,
architects and mechanics waited
patiently on line for hours to
register with the Pioneer Corps.
A correspondent visiting the
registration offices reported gen-
uine enthusiasm among the ref-
ugees, all of whom had come vol-
untarily. Extra staffs had to be
pue on hand to handle the appli-
cants.
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Home Financing Plan
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A BUST OF DR. THEODOR HERZL
memorial service for Dr Her*]ikL m& n S? occ"? 1n?
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fJenisl fh>ridliiain FRIDAY. JULY 26, 1940 ^ew ii§]hfrloi ni(3liiain %  %  D TS 1 It urrC t\it n u ^r n' i H u — = ^PUILISHEft EVERY _mD A Y"~ PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA P. O. BOX 2973 FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930 at the Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, Post 1879 ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 SI.00 VOLUME 13 FRIDAY, JULY 26, NUMBER 25 1940 lOUST NAZI DIPLOMAT; ON N. Y. CONS UL STAFF New York (WNS)—Dr. FriedIrich Ricd, who was ousted from 1 his Brazilian post at the request of the Brazilian government which accused him of fifth column activities, has been added to the staff of the Nazi Consulate in New York, it was learned hero. Dr. Ricd was the Nazi consul i for six years in the province of iRio Grande de Sul. heavily German-populated area, where he was active in attempts to boosts the circulation of pro-Nazi newsi papers. He was responsible for setting up an extensive system of I pro-Nazi schools. Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (By PHINEAS J. BIRON) NOT WANTED An unneeded incident occurred in our fair city last week when three persons in Miami were arrested for distributing communist literature. Somewhat of a furore was created, and threats of violence by several groups for those involved. Authorities took charge of the situation and declaring that they were "stupid children," Judge Jack R. Kirchik on City court Wednesday fined them the maximum after a thorough interrogation, which in part revealed that while somewhat in sympathy with the movement, they were getting paid for their part by someone still higher up out of Jacksonville. The acts of normal individuals usually have a basis. Motives may stem from one of many sources. Millions of young people listening to the blandishments of this type of propaganda are so ignorant that they evince a willingness to sacrifice freedom for a promise of economic security. One of our local dailies takes strong exceptions to the procedure in this instance stating that this brings us back to the fundamental guestion: "In order to defeat Stalin and Hitler, are we going to have to imitate Stalin and Hitler? In order to destroy Stalinism and Hitlerism are we going to have to practice | Stalinism and Hitlerism?" They further state, "These people are using the rights and immunities of the democratic political system to urge its overthrow by the dictatorial political and police system. They are taking advantage of privileges which, if they had their way, would be destroyed the moment they got into power. Certainly we can waste no sympathy on these individuals. They have no kick at what has happened to them, no legitimate complaint whatever. But the American people— the truly democratic Americans—do have a kick at what has happened to these communists. For what has happened to these communists is a step in the direction of what the commun. ists themselves are fighting for." We firmly believe that the authorities and Judge Kirchik ; should be commended for their actions. We realize that respect for constitutional rights forbids that we should interfere with the civil liberties of our citizens or group of citizens. Constitutional rights, however, do not forbid that we should take reasonable precaution against the growth in our midst of forces who owe allegiance to a government other than the United States or to form a government other than American Democracy, and whose outspoken purpose it is by their actions, to subvert the present jorm of government chosen by the people of the United States. I As has been the experience in the past these carriers of unAmerican propaganda always creating dissension will find no comfort in this area. Individual action, regardless of race or creed definitely do not reflect opinions, attitudes, or actions of that entire group. Unfortunately the innocent have to suffer for the wicked and often is the blame pinned on a whole group because of individuals. Rather apropos is the item reprinted below taken from the American Jewish Outlook of Pittsburgh: PLACING THE BLAME FIGHTING IS IMMINENT MILITARY EXPERT SAYS New York (WNS)—The situation In the Palestine-Syria region has every element that makes for an explosion and we are likely to hear of violent fighting in that region in the next few months, perhaps weeks, according to Fletcher Pratt, military expert of the New York Post. "At the bottom of the whole unstable inverted pyramid of forces is the perennial Arab-Jewish trouble," Mr. Pratt said in an article in the Post. 'This was already serious enough last summer, before the war began, so that Britain had to maintain more than a division of troops in the region." "At that time Italian propagandists were energetically urging the Arabs to violence, and Italian gun-runners were supplying them with arms," the writer added. "Italy, now the open enemy of England, need no longer conceal her tracks. The aid she gives to Arab trouble-makers can be perfectly open. Italian airplanes from the Dodecanese are probably dropping supplies of bullets and explosives to the Arabs at very moment, and Italian agents are undoubtedly working in to keep the pot boiling." A recent issue of the "AntiNazi Bulletin" tells us about a meeting wherein the Jews were I blamed for the following: the failure of the grass to grow in Flatbush. Wild West movies, the !present style of women's hats,' j the wearing of diamond rings, ; and President Roosevelt's gold t buying program. No mention was made, strangely enough, of i j possible profits in silver, because j perhaps, silver has been enShrined. In connection with j placing the blame, Calamity Jane, writing for "Midwest Labor," sums it all up conveniently: Are you scrapping with your wife? Do your in-laws give you strife? | Are the bill collectors sore. Is your job a doggone bore? Does your husband tend to guz! gle. Can't you solve that cross word puzzle? Here's the cure-all for the blues. Go out gunning for the Jews. Is your trouble halitosis? Flat feet. B. O. or thrombosis? Pink tooth brush or indigestion. Constipation and congestion? Is your diet your main topic. Is your sight a bit myopic? Have you got that tired feeling. Has your sunburn started peeling? Are you bilious and dejected. Do you need your teeth inspect. ed? Here's the formula to use Go out gunning for the Jews, Have you got a skin infection. Did you lose the last election? Are your bunions feeling tender. Did your spouse go on a bender? Are you losing on the horses. Did you eat too many courses? Did your stock go down two notches. Has your skin got yellow blotches? Here's a helpful bit of news Go out gunning for the Jews. Don't you like the county sheriff, Do you want a higher tariff? Has the country a depression, Or is it a mild recession? Did your party take a beating. Do you retch when overeating? Don't your new shoes feel just right, Is your corselette too tight? Did you blow another fuse? Sufe. You guessed it. It's the Jews. Although some years have passed since we tried any rhyming, let us see if we cannot also place some blame on the Jews: Does your conscience rule your life, Does the Golden Rule ban strife? Do the Ten Commandments guide Ev'ry act on the right side? Does the Brotherhood of Man Make you helpful as you can? Does the Bible love infuse? Sure. You guessed it. Blame the Jews. YOU SHOULD KNOW Latest prognosticator of an anti-Hitler revolt in Germany is biographer Emil Ludwig We hope he's right—and soon Winchell points out that one Otto Koischwitz, whom he in 1935 accused of disseminating Nazi propaganda and who swore that it wasn't so, is now the official Nazi short-wave broadcaster for propaganda aimed at the United States Ribbentrop, says Ira Gershwin, will excuse the Nazi invasion of England by claiming that the Germans were merely forestalling a move to take the Isles The rumor that King Carol's Magda Lupescu reached the U. S. a couple of weeks ago has been checked and rechecked, but no trace of her has at yet been found on this side of the Atlantic When the Duke of Windsor had to leave England in a hurry he found refuge in the home of the Viennese Baron Rothschild What we wonder is whether now, with the Baron a refugee in America and the Duke in the Governor's Mansion in the Bahamas, the Windsor home will be thrown open to the Rothschilds You may think pate de foi gras is a great delicacy, but recent emigres to this country can't look the stuff in the face any more ... It seems that for a while it was the only food available at the French concentration camps for German Jewish refugees HOME NEWS There's a Rome-Berlin angle to the Presidential campaign too, we've discovered What we mean is that the Republicans have practically adopted Irving Berlin's "God Bless America" as their theme song, while the New Dealers at the Democratic Convention spent a lot of lung-power caroling Harold Rome's "Franklin D. Roosevelt Jones" Something of a record in scoops was scored by George Backer's New York Post last December, it now develops Way back at the end of 1939 that paper foretold the appointment of Secretary Knox James Roosevelt, son of the President, is planning to produce a movie on the life of Pastor Martin Niemoeller, the world war hero who refuses to "kotow to Hitler THIS AND THAT Back on the job defending Jewish rights is our old friend David A. Brown, who recently protested vigorously at a New York daily's pointing out that it was German Jewish refugees who enjoyed the steamship berths which American and Conadian volunteers returning from Finland coveted on their trip back Something of a spy-scare was innocently started at the Norfolk, Va., shipyards recently by scenic designer Boris Arensen, who went there to get ideas for a theatrical set he's planning and whose sketching and photographing of scenes aroused official suspicion ... If you've been saving envelopes containing letters from the 1937 Zionist Congress, when the postal authorities at Zurich, Switzerland, put a special "Zionistenkongress" postmark on all mail, hang on to these keepsakes Philatelists tell us that they's rapidly becoming valuable collectors' items We fail to see that it requires any great perspicacity to discover that the income tax evasion charge on which a certain Jewish publisher was recently found guilty is a matter that doesn't do the Jews of /..neria any good, and therefore we also fail to see any good reason why Westbrook Pegler should have devoted a whole column to giving the publisher a bawling-out or why Mr. Pegler felt it his duty to tell the Jews of America that such incidents may give rise to anti-Semitic feeling DEPARTMENT OF CONGRATULATIONS Congratulations to Luise Rainer for saving her father from the clutches of the Nazis She has at last succeeded in bringing him over to this country Congratulations also to the Archibald Seixases on the engagement of their daughter, Myra Rosalie Miss Seixas is a descendant of Rabbi Gershom Mendes Seixas, who participated in the George Washington inaugural ceremony back in 1789, and her fiance. Jack Franklin Schwartz, is a grandson of the late Rabbi Isaac Zachariah of Christchurch, New Zealand We suppose felicitations are also due to Samuel Zemurray, whose United Fruit Company shows a profit of over nine million dollars for the first half of 1940 (this before deduction of income taxes, if you're interested) .. And our hat is also off to Oscar Levant, soloist at the Gershwin memorial concert at the Lewisohn Stadium, where he set the 1940 attendance record .',. Ben Hecht, however, isn't in the market for congratulations on his daughter's marriage Says he doesn't like to be reminded of it, as it makes him feel too old ABOUT PEOPLE • ne of lhe m st significant books on the Fall list will be The Great Hatred." by Maurice Samuel Broadway reports that Sholem Asch's latest hobby is golf It's also said that the author of "The Nazarene" is working on a new play Our own Louis Nizer, the silver-tongued lawyer and leader, is going to be represented in the book field this autumn with a volume entitled 'Thinking on Your Feet" Would-be orators would do well to put this book on their required reading list Incidentally, Louis celebrated Flemish night in his penthouse the other evening, when he entertained Maurice Maeterlinck and Pierre van Paasen Playright Clifford Odets has spread out to another field, that of song-writing, we're told ... A budding prod(Continued on Page 6) •*•,


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? ? wJewisfh IFIIaridliiai in COA,8WWC T/he Jewish lUinuty VOLUME 13—No. 25 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1940 PRICE 10 CENTS INSTALLATION TO BE HELD JOINTLY ZIONIST LEADER IS DEAD AT 75 Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agi ncy)—Max Bodenheimer, 75-year old veteran Zionist leader, is dead here. Bodenheimer, one of those who collaborated with Herzl in the development of political Zionism participated in the formulation i of the Basle program—the definHITLER PINS GUILT ON JEWS The joint installation of the Young Men's and Young Woini us Hebrew Association will he held Sunday evening. July 28th at 7 o'clock at the Tides Hotel, Miami Beach. The Honori ite enunciation of political Zionable George E. Merrick. recently appointed postmaster of the city of Miami, will be the installing officer, and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will give the invocation and benediction respectively. An orchestra will furnish London (WNSI-Adolf Hitler pictured himself as a peace-loving man interested mainly in the advancement of culture and attributed the blame for the present European struggle to 'Jewism, as adopted by the World 7\i ish-capitalist war mongers" in onist Congress in August. 1897, j**is address before the Reichstag. While squadrons of Nazi bomb: ing planes raided the British |Isles. Chancellor Hitler advised Great Britain to accept peace or face total destruction. The Nazi I to the effect that "the aim of j Zionism is to create for the Jewish people a home in Palestine secured by public law." The veteran Zionist, in addiItion to having been one of the Fuehror s speech, in which he ac sic for dancing. Chester Alexfounders of the Zionist Organiza^d-j^-s and ,,thers of provokander will present several acts tion of Germany, had the llis ."g Poland to wage war on Gerof entertainment with the aud.nction of being the first presiP*"* *W* !" f £ ****** dent of the World Keren Kavedetermination ol the British Govmeth (Jewish National Fund). l rmm '" 1 to continue the war until Hitlerism is destroyed. After enumerating pre-war German grievances, Hitler said: "Now that peaceful revision seemed to be crowned with success the Jewish capitalist warmongers, their hands stained with blood, saw their tangible pretext JOINT MEETING A. Z. A. TO BE HELD SUNDAY The Royal Palm Chapter and the Miami Chapter of A. Z. A. will hold a joint meeting this Sunday evening at the Clevelander Hotel. Miami Beach, at 7:30 o'clock. Guest speakers will include Messrs. Ben Barkin. assistant executive secretary of A. Z. A.; Julius Bisno, executive secretary of A. Z. A., and Max Baer, vocational director of A. Z. A., who arrived in Miami Wednesday. Arthur Weiss, president of the local group, will be in charge of the evening, assisted by the A. Z. A. advisors. Mr. Nathan Adelman. Mr. Louis Heiman. and Mr. Milton A. Friedman. Refreshments will be served. The public is invited. TISEMITISM SWEEPS FUME ence joining in community singing. Reservations are still available and may be obtained by calling the Y at 3-4012. The following will be installed: president. Dr. Samuel Beckman; vice president. Herman Waitsman; secretary. Fred K. Shochet; treasurer, Nat Blumberg. Board of directors, one ITALIAN PRESS RAILS AT JEWS I for realizing their diabolical year term: J. Aron Abbott. Sam ; The Italian Press, presumably plans vanish into thin air. Blank. Joseph A. Berman, George with full government aporoval. "Once again we witness a conGoldberg, Murry Grossman, has launched a violent anti-S-n. jspiracy of wretched corruptible Henry Hohauser, Leon Lieber-j hie campaign demanding the creatures and money grabbing man, Joseph A. Lipton. Stanley I complete elimination of Jews financial magnates for whom war C. Myers, Irving Querido. Lew j from European life. The keynote was a welcome means for furthSafan. William Shayne. Jules of the editorial campaign Isthatlering (heir aims. The poison Wilson. Two year term: Mathew |" tnt new Europe will have no .scattered by the Jews throughout S. Bandler, Henry Gabbe. Three Jcws no 6<>'d and no economic the countries began to exercise year term: Al Pallot, Leo Robinbarriers." its disintegrating influence on son. George Wolpcrt. Hold over : Writing in La Stampa. importsound common sense. Scribblers board members: Jack Apte. Dr. ant Italian newspaper published concentrated on decrying honest Harold Rand. Harry Schwartz. (in Turin. Alfredo Signoretti stat men who wanted peace as weaked that a preliminary necessary lings and traitors and upon deia nouncing the opposition parties the total and definite elimination as the fifth column, thus breakof Jews from Europe." ing all internal resistance to their Blaming the Jews for ill of (criminal war policy. Europe's woes, the Italian editor BRITAIN PLEDGES AID TO REFUGEES London (WNS)—In a move designed to alleviate the tension among German refugees who fled to Great Britain, the Iritish [government formally extended its assurance tha' under no circumstances we: d the government hand th refugees over to Nazi Germary. The pled„ was made by Prime Minister V .ston Churchill who said in th i louse of Commons: "It is in ..aceivable to me that -• y's government, now said that the Jews must be treatOfficers of the Y. W. H. A. .... ., ... condition for the new Europ include: president: Miss Irene Cohen, vice-president: Mrs. Leon Lieberman; recording secretary. Mrs Mildred Rubenstein; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Charles Strauss; treasurer, Mrs. Joseph Schaffer. Board of directors: ed Wlth cold inflexibility and Miss Sarah Shochet. Mesdames dr,ven as far as POMlblfrom Joel Belov. Maurice Grossman. Eur P e Signoretti suggcsto.l Macy J. Levinson. Albert G I t hat the Jews bc t>x,k d to %  ; Keisman, Jean Seitlin. Herman Kas ^ ar Waitsman. Sadie Weinberg. Jules \ The Jew f must bl sont as fa Wilson away as possible and the'r reI turn prevented." the Fascist paper said. "It is an absurd cxp> riment to settle the Jews in Palestine on the shores of the Mod Jews and Free Masons, anna ment manufacturers and war profiteers, international business men and stock exchange jugglers seized upon political hirelings of the desperado type wno described war as something infinitely desirable." RUMANIA FORBIDS INTER-MARRIAGES iterranean. where they remain in tnat Europe Budapest (W N S) — The proNazi Rumanian government has issued a decree forbidding marriages between Jews and Chrisiians. it was learned here. Under a new law "for purification of '.he Rumanian race" applicants for marriage licenses must present evidence of their racial origin. A second decree bans kosher slaughtering in Rumania. These are only a few of the anti-Semitic measures adopted recently by the government. All Jews employed by the state have been dismissed as well as Jews in important posts in the country's industry. Meanwhile, Premier Ion Gicontact with European life. "The suggestion that the Jews settle in Madagascar, is surely the happiest solution to the problem. This gigantic island has a warm climate and agriculture could support the millions wiliigross and the j ow j s h Labor Cornout difficulty. "But whether the Europi an Jewish population is exiled to Madagascar or some other spot, some emigration project to liberate Europe of its Jews must be carried out." His Ma., or at an.. (Uture date, would hand over to their oppressors persons who have sought refuge in this country from persecution." The prime minister's declaration was received with joy by the thousands of German Jewish refugees lure, who have been very apprehensive since tile new French government, headed by Marshal Petam. agreed to turn over all German refugees in French territories to the Nazi authorities. At the same time. Home Secretary Sir John Anderson announced that orders had been issued to the police not to intern anti-Nazi refugees — Jews are dependent con siacrt d in ,llis category—who raw materials of the H"* filled craftsmen and export than the specialists. German refugees, whose loyalty to the British government can be established, will be permitted to volunteer for active service. Farmers among the German refugees, it was said, will be sent to Canada, where they will be given agricultural tasks, very esdesential in Britain's fight against Hitlerism. URGES SEVERANCE OF RELATIONS WITH NAZIS New York (W N S)— Declaring Lisbon (WNSI—While the new pro-Fascist government of Marshal Petain wrestled with the problem of feeding millions ol homeless French refugees, the press and radio launched a bitter attack on the Jews, foreshadowing official anti-Semitic measures. Leading the attack with the Paris Soir. the largest daily newspaper in France before the Nazi occupation, which stated in an editorial: "We witnessed the virtual occupation of France by Jews who attacked the nerve centers of the nation to obtain control of the levers of command. The total solution of the Jewish I problem is one essential of our 'recovery." Noting that Nazi Chancellor Hitler had placed the blame for the war which reduced France to the status of a minor state on '"Jewish capitalist war mongers.' I the Paris Soir demanded that the new government "open discussion which will throw full light on responsibilities for the war and our disasters." Earlier it was announced from Vichy, temporary seat of the (French government, that French 'civil servants of foreign origin will be dismissed from their 'post certain exemptions will !be granted in the case of veterjans of the first World War and the present conflict. According to the new decree all civil servants will have to prove that their mother and fath er were French. A second decree stated that civil servants of the French state and other administrations may be dischargee: by the government between now and October 31. Jewish homes in Paris have been requisitioned for the use of Nazi civilian officials. Thirty thousand of the French capital's Jewish population of 200,000 have remained in Paris. OFFICIALS TO CONFER ON ALIEN TREATMENT is more on the Western Hemisphere Americans are on European trade Dr. Joseph Tenenbaum, chairman of the Joint Boycott Council of the American Jewish Conmittce, urged the severance of economic relations with Nazi Germany, its satellites and its ; victims "until Nazism is stroyed." Dr. Tenenbaum advocated sup! port for the government's proposal of an inter-American car, tel to buy the surplus producrALtoHINt CAMPAIGN STARTED FOR AIRPLANE PURCHASE I tion of all the Americas. "The adoption of strong measJerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agenures to stop all trade with Nazi cy)—The opening of a fund-rais-I Germany and its allies would ing effort to purchase fighter result in an absolute shortage of 32 REFUGEES REACH OVERLAND Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)—The long trek of refugees from Poland who had to use the land route when Italy entered gurtu and Foreign Minister Mi; planes for the Royal Air Force, materials which the dictatorships jthe war ended with the arrival of hail Manoilescu appealer to Germany and Italy for protection against Soviet Russia which has advised King Carol that it wants a "Popular Government" established in Rumania. accompanied by an appeal for could not overcome, while the contributions from Britons, Arabs and Jews, was announced by the Palestine Post, English daily. The first 1,000 pounds has been contributed by a Jewish resident. Western Hamisphere would face only the problem of effecting relative adjustments of production and compensation for a period of time," he said. 32 Jewish immigrants, constituting the second group using the new and more circuitous way to Palestine. The first group using a similar route arrived here June 23rd. Washington (WNS)—The treatment of aliens during the present emergency will be decided upon at a conference on August 5 and 0 between Federal and State officials, it was learned here. The conference was called to study law-enforcement problems of national defense. It was said that Federal officials are anxious that loyal aliens shall not be subjected to unwarranted attacks or discrimination. Federal officials have often expressed the need for the individual states to leave the persecution of "disloyal" elements among the aliens to the Federal Government. Speakers at the conference will be Attorney General Robert II. Jackson. Governor Vanderbilt of Rhode Island, John Lord O'Brian, former special assistant to the attorney general during the World War, and J. Edgar Hoover, head of 'the Federal Bureau of Investigation.



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'T*? FRIDAY. JULY 26. 1940 t'Jenist: fhrkOan %  PAGE FIVE -=_ A group photograph, taken at the 43rd Annual Zionist Convention of representatives present of the Southeastern region. Delegates pictured are. seated, from left to right: Murray B. Glickstein. Jacksonville: Jos. M. Brown. Atlanta: Rabbi Aaron Shapiro. Augusta: Hyman S. Jacobs. Atlanta; Rabbi William Drazin. Savannah: Rabbi Abraham Chill. Nashville; Rabbi Abraham J. Mesch, Birmingham; Aaron Sayers, Chattanooga; Adalbert Freedman. Atlanta: Mrs. Adalbert Freedman and Mrs. Abraham J. Mesch. Standing, from left to right: Jack Lichtenstein. Atlanta: David Gershon. Atlanta. Fred Kirschner. Nashville; Sol Benamy. Atlanta; Mortimer May. Nashville; Rabbi Israel Gerstein. Chattanooga; Sam Portman. Savannah. INFORMATION WANTED Information is wanted of Herman (Hymie) Schwartz who disappeared from his home in New York in January. 1940, leaving his wife and minor son unprovided for and since then has failed to contribute to their support, as a result of which they are in great need and dependent on the charities. Mr. Schwartz, who is believed to be in Florida, is 30 years of age. 5 ft. 4 in. tall, weighs 140 pounds, has dark brown hair, brown eyes, is an electric motor mechanic —also operated a candy store. Anyone aware of his location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 67 West 47th Street, New York City. Thirty three years of service to childhood was commemorated i running June 29th to July 3rd when delegates and guests from all parts of the country gathered in Denver to celebrate the Thirty Third Anniversary of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver. Mrs. Harry Kaufman, president of the Greater Miami Chapter of the Home in Greater Miami, was the official delegate to the Thirty Third Anniversary Convention. Also attending the Convention from this area was Mr. Harry Kaufman and Mrs. Sam Luby. Thirty-one auxiliaries of the Home located in cities from Boston to San Francisco, representing a membership of over twelve thousand women, took part in the ceremonies. The Convention opened Saturday, June 29. A tour of the Home was conducted Sunday afternoon when the delegates and guests became better acquainted with the children and learned more about the service the Home renders them. Speakers at the various sessions of the 33rd Anniversary Conference recognizing the gravity of the world situation and fully cognizant of the doubtful future of civilization, stressed the increased importance and nobility of guiding homeless and orphaned children through the pitfalls that await them. RABBI CHOSEN Rabbi Leonard J. Mervis has been called to the pulpit of Temple Beth-El, Pensacola. Fla., effective September 1st. Formerly of Weirton. W. Va. he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa at the University of Cincinnati, where he received his master of arts in 1937 and held a scholarship in history' in the Graduate School. 1936-38. At Hebrew Union College Inwon the Kaufman Kohler and social research prizes and graduated in 1939. He was elected to Phi Eta Sigma, honorary scholastic, at the University of Michigan. UNDER ARREST London (W N S)— Hundreds of ; Dutch Jews, including many prominent leaders, have been 'arrested and sent to concentration camps charged with provok' ing an anti-Nazi spirit in Holland and inciting the Dutch people to anti-Nazi acts, it was reported here. The Nazi overlords of Holland have encountered numerous difficulties in hammering the Dutch .people to submission and have 1 found it necessary to take drastic action against Jews and nonJews. The Nazis have frequently raised the charge that the Dutch people are furnishing the British with vital military information. It was learned that 600 young Jewish refugees from Germany, part of the batch of 12,000 Jewish refugees which had been transported from Holland to the Lublin Jewish "reservation" in Poland, have been returned to Holland because of lack of space. The 600 youthful refugees I have been assigned to compulsory labor in Holland under the supervision of Nazi troops. A report from Norway stated that the Nazis have confiscated all Jewish property, factories and bank deposits. JEWS WANDERING ON RODI. REACH EGYPT Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)—Word has reached here that jthe Italian steamer Rodi. carryHAIFA SUFFERS ">8 !" Jewish immigrants fleeFIRST BOMBING m from Nazi-occupied lands, I had at last reached an Egyptian Haifa (Palcor Agency) — The Pftharbor c.ty of Haifa suffered; The Italian ship had almost bombardment recently as a numentered Haifa harbor just prior ber of Italian planes swept over the town unloosing their deadly missiles, which caused damage in a few sections of the city and resulted in a number of casualties. This is the first attack on Haifa since Italy declared war. The Italian bombers were first sighted at 9:10 a. m. to Italy's entry into the war but with, the declaration of hostilities she fled the English-held port, only to be caught by British destroyers and convoyed to Malto for detention. After their long trek, the refugees are expected to reach Palestine from Egypt soon. B Charming—Be Brif kt Drink MUX FMI Riant I Tow Or*** S~% tat M Mll JAMES WATERMAN WISE Research Consultant of the Council Against Intolerance in America, and co-author of "Mr. Smith, Meet Mr. Cohen." WILL GIVE CARD PARTY The Beth David Sisterhood will give a card party Thursday, August 8th at 8:30 p. m. at the Beth David Talmud Torah. Card games will be played, prizes awarded and refreshments. The public is invited. Ignominy to Thorkelson; Is Licked By a Woman Washington (W N S) — Congressman Jacob Thorkelson of Montana is now faced with the prospect of paying for postage if he wants to send his anti-Semitic sentiments to his followers. Dire tragedy has befallen Mr. Thorkelson. The antiSemitic, pro Fascist Nordic legislator has been defeated in the Republican primaries in Montana's first Congressional district by—a woman. To add insult to injury, Miss Jeanette Rankin, the woman who brought melancholy to the house of Thorkelson. launched her campaign only a month ago and yet was able to defeat the man who was once considered by Silver Shirt Leader William Dudley Pelley for the presidency of the United States. During Mr. Thorkelson's single term in Congress he managed to get many of his anti-Semitic speeches into the Congressional Record and then promptly sent copies of the Record, postage free, to his devotees. Once the Congressman is removed from office, he will have to pay for postage. Mr. Thorkelson has one consolation, however, if it may be considered a consolation, his postage bill shouldn't be very high. Judging from the results of the primaries, he doesn't have very many followers. HADASSAH TO CARE! FOR AMERICAN PEOPLE! START COURSE IN JUDAISM Rabbi Abraham Shusterman of Temple Israel. Tulsa. Oklahoma, will open a course, sponsored by the Jewish Chautauqua Society, in the "Religions of Palestine and Arabia Judaism. Christianity and Islam" Monday. July 29 at the now historic University of Virginia in Charlottesville where only a few weeks ago President Roosevelt made a plea for religious freedom and democracy. Counting as one-third hour university credit, the course will mark the 28th consecutive year that the Jewish Chautauqua Society has presented lectures on subjects dealing with Jewish life and culture at the Virginia institution. For the Finest in STRICTLY KOSHER Meats & Poultry PHONE 2-4994 MALEK'S 1832 S. W. Eighth St. New York (WNS)—Hadassah, the women's Zionist organization which maintains hospitals, public health and child welfare services in Palestine, will provide temporary quarters for American citizens in Palestine, it was announced here by Mrs. Samuel W. Halprin. Palestine chairman of Hadassah. Mrs. Halprin made her announcement following the receipt of a cable from Dr. Judah L. Magnes. president of Hebrew University and chairman of Hadassah's war committee, in which Dr. Magnes stated that George W. Wadsworth. American Consul-General in Palestine, had asked for temporary quarters for American residents in case of an emergency. According to Hadassah, there are approximately 8.000 Americans living in Palestine, of whom 7.500 are Jews. The Americans will be quartered in the old Rothschild-Hadassah hospital, which has been vacant since the opening of the organization's new medical center on Mount Scopus. At the same time it was announced that Hadassah has cabled authorization to its medical and nursing staffs to give "full cooperation" to British military health authorities in Palestine for the duration of the war. *"-' PHONE 2-8818 Walterson Body Works J. V. Walterson, Prop. BODY AND FENDER STRAIGHTENING I Wheel Aligning — Blackamithing I Duco and Enamel Painting 1135 North Miami Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA i MR. & MRS. ADOLPH DAUM known as Daum's Kosher Markets Miami and Miami Beach Are No Longer Connected with Either Store Formerly Operated By Them. WILSON PICTURE FRAME SHOP 172 N. W. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-2462 MIAMI, FLORIDA We Call for and Deliver SONS OF LABOR LE ADER S ENLIST Jerusalem (Palcor Agency)— The villages as well as the cities of Palestine are providing man power for the Jewish units in the British army in response to the permission given for enlistment. The Keren Hayesod settlements have already given 150 men, mostly skilled technicians needed in the service branches. Among the volunteers are sons of the oldest settlements in Palestine. You Have Tried the Rest New Try the Best MEALS IN TOWN HOWELL'S RESTAURANT 1043 N. E. 1st Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA "Prices that Are Right" WOLPERT'S FURNITURE* BARGAINS! Wo Refuse To Be Undersold 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 I



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% %  rr..^ I PAGE TWO vJenist flcridiar Several hundred were present at the wedding of Miss Blanche Rosnick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Rosnick, to Irving R. Applebaum. son of Mrs. Ray Applebaum, and the late Philip Applebaum, Sunday afternoon at the Hollywood Beach Hotel with Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan officiating. The processional march included Miss Frances Rosnick, sister of the bride, maid of honor. Mrs. Thelma Silberstein, sister of the groom, matron of honor, Zelba Silberstein and Zella Warshaw, niece and cousin of the groom respectively, and Bennett Applebaum, brother of the groom, best man. Organ solos provided the nuptial music and the Hollywood Beach Hotel orchestra provided music for dancing for those present. A reception and buffet supper followed the ceremony until 6 p. m. The couple will be at home, 1721 S. W. 11th Terrace, the latter part of August. • • • The first picnic of the Family Club was held Sunday at Greynolds Park with all the members and their families present. Games and races were held and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Oscar Argintar. Mr. Arthur Schwartz. Ester Argintar and Alvin Schwartz. Money was raised by the members and given to the local Red Cross Chapter. +SSSSS+ If */3&V*. RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor MUs Dorothy Ann Levin, who ; recently returned from a six I weeks' visit in Baltimore and Rocky Mount, N. C. entertained !at her home, 430 N. E. 29th St., at a miniature scavenger hunt honoring the Misses Annabelle Weinkle of Fayettesville. S. C, Florence Jaffe, of Indianapolis, Ind., and Edith Yudeson of Atlanta, Ga. Winners of the hunt 'were Miss Weinkle and Vincent | Merrill, and other prizes were awarded. Refreshments were 'served and dancing enjoyed. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Berman will leave for a month's vacation traveling through the Carolinas and New York, where they will visit the World's Fair. THE REASON WHY Some people ask why we provide so 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 free home economist service? Why .kijehen planning? These PLUS services make the use of electricity more convenient and economical, or acquaint you with new ways to put it to work for you. Thus, PLUS services increase the general use of electricity and make it possible for us to generate and deliver it at the LOWEST RATES IN HISTORY! flfflRKIir ISJHMPJ The bar mitzvah of Bernard Saffer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer. will take place Saturday, August 3rd at the Beth Jacob synagogue, Miami Beach. A reception honoring Bernard will be held Sunday afternoon. All friends are cordially invited. • • • Mrs. Alice Waitsman ntertained at a misceriancous shower honoring Miss Evelyn Jacobs, brideelect of Philip Wiener. Thursday evening. July 18th at her home. Games were played and prizes awarded. The guest of honor was the recipient of many gifts. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Irving Querido returned to the city after vacationing in the north. • • • Miss Shirley Seitlin, daughter of Mrs. J-an Seitlin, left for a six weeks' trip to New York where She will visit relatives and j friends and see the World's Fair. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tendrich entertained at a dinner dance Wednesday evening at the Shore Club, Miami Beach, in honor of their daughter Sophia's birthday anniversary. • • • Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center at Euclid Avenue and Fourteenth Place will hold a regular meeting Tuesday. July 31st at 8 p. m. Plans are being made for a theatre party to be held in the very near future, proceeds of which will go toward the building fund of the planned synagogue. Miss Evelyn Malmud of 463 S. W. J28th Road, will leave next week end for an extended vacation, to visit in Philadelphia and New York. Miss Malmud will sail on !the Manhattan August 9th for a cruise through the Panama Canal I where she will visit at Oakland, with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Trattncr. Mrs. Trattner the former Sara Lehrman of Miami, after which during the early part of September she will visit with friends in Chicago. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Max Schwartx accompanied by their daughter Mrs. Ann Moss and her two children, Howard and Irvin. returned from a three months' vacation in Chicago, and their son Hy accompanied by his wife returned from a two months vacation in Dallas. Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Frimmel ot Miami Beach, formerly of Philadelphia, were hosts to Mr. and Mrs. Jules Wilson of 1948 S. W. 16th Street, honoring their fourteenth wedding anniversary, at ; the Club Bali Thursday evening. I Among those present besides the ; hosts were Mr. Sol Wilson, Dr. • Sidney Halpern. and Billy WilIson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. Fannie V. Eisenberg has returned to the city from NewYork and other northern points where she visited relatives and friends. • • • At the regular meeting of the A. Z. A. held at the Y. M. H. A. Tuesday evening the following became pledges: Melvin Green, Jerry Karp. Stanley Brown. Jack Rickenback, Henry Mendel. Howard Wienstein. Freddy Jacobs. Peter Garvett, Myron Cowen, Irving Gctzug. Artie Schwartz. Dr. Charles S. Werblow will be the guest speaker at the next meeting. Tuesday. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rosenthal announce the birth of a son in New York City Sunday. July 21. Mr. Rosenthal is connected with the Riverside Memorial Chape! of Miami Beach. • • • The 21st Southeastern Conference of the Workmen's Circle will be iheld Sunday. Monday and Tuesday, beginning Labor Day. September 1st. 2nd and 3rd in Miami Beach with headquarters at the Victor Hotel. Mr. Harry Rose is chairman of the conference arrangements Committee. Details will be announced in forthcoming issues. • • • Mr. Sidney Palmer, newly elected president of Beth David Congregation, accompanied by his daughter Elaine and son Morton. have returned to the city from a two weeks' visit in Hendersonville. N. C. Judging from the advance sale of tickets the first annual boat ride party sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation aboard the Yacht Seven Seas which sails in Biscayne Bay. Tuesday evening. August 20th at 8 o'clock, promises to be a huge success. Music for dancing, vocal selections and novel entertainment are scheduled for the evening. Sandwiches, drinks and other delicacies will be available. Mrs. J. L. Jacobs is in charnol ar rangements. The entire proceeds will be given to the Talmud Torah fund. -FRIDAY, JULY 26. 194 0 naaaBaaB*** ** B ^ a ^ B !" *^ a ^ aa ^ a,M a aai Mrs. Rose Rotfort. 57, of 1010 Pennsylvania Ave., resident of Miami Beach for the past seven years, coming here from Rockaway Beach, N. Y., succumb..,.; Monday at her home after a long illness. She was a member of Beth David Congregation and is survived by three sons, Sol, Louis and Irving, all of Miami Beach, and two daughters. Miss Celia Rotfort, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Jeanne Ginsberg of Flint. Mich. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday in the chape! of tne \Jj Miami Jewish Funeral Home with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Interment followed in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery. • • • More than five hundred mem1 bers. their wives and guests, were present at the swim party given by Sholem Lodge B'nai B'nth Tuesday evening at the Scaglades Pool and Cabana Club. Features of the evening v ere dancing, swimming and swimming events. Mr. Albert Berkeley was in charge of arrange Mrs. Ida Bernstein returned to the city after a seven weeks' stay in New York where she visited relatives and friends and the World's Fair. • • • Mr. Herman Waitsman. who is traveling throughout the United States, has visited the Southern States, Mexico, Grand Canyons. I Boulder Dam and other points of interest, of which he has taken technicolor moving pictures, and which will be shown upon his return. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallot entertained at a beach party in honor of their daughter. Sony a Belle's ninth birthday. Saturday afternoon. July 20th. Games were played and refreshments served Sonya was the recipient of manygifts. 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 T4OTTU ITLakmxj i/>Tu/n When you feel well. It is misery when you don't. 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There is no charge and the public is invited. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sootin an I family are leaving for New | York to visit their parents, and expect to be gone five or six JV weeks. DR. SAMUEL BECKMAN IRENE COHEN president of the Y. M. H. A. who president of the Y. W. H. A. who will be installed Sunday evening, will be installed Sunday evening. Read full direction. In package.



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PAGE EIGHT fJem'sti fhridHan FRIDAY, JULY 28, i9 40 P. D. ROOSEVELT London (WNS)— The American people, described as "more than j 40 per cent Jewish," were warned against the danger of reelecting President Roosevelt to a third term by II Tevere, popular Rome newspaper, which said editorially that the world will now be ruled by Chancellor Hitler and Premier Mussolini. In a front page editorial, the Fascist newspaper charged that Fresident Roosevelt intends to repeat the "Pax Judaica" of Woodrow Wilson, who, the paper said, led the United States into the World War because he acted "on behalf of Morgenthau, Warburg, Jacob Schiff, Louis Brandeis, Kuhn, Loeb & Co.—all Jewish bankers of New York and masters of the world." President Wilson was able to put across his scheme, II Tevere said, "because 20 per cent of America's population was Jewish then, but it is easier now, because the Jews number 40 per cent of the total population today and because Roosevelt himself is a Jew." At this point the writer apparently feared that his description of a "Jewish" America led by a "Jewish" president, determined to wage war against Germany and Italy, would frighten the Italian people because he referred to the United States as a Charoscth Dish of Silver, from the Friedman Collection at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, which is among the items sent to the Golden Gate Exposition in San Francisco this summer. The Seminary items will be on display in the Temple of Religion. JEWISH PAINTER DIES AT JERUSALEM, AGE 52 Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)—Joseph Budko, noted German-Jewish painter who revived the famous Bezalel Art School several years ago and brought it I back into prominence in artistic circles as its director, died here j at the age of 52. Mr. Budko left Germany in j 1933, at the outset of the Nazi JEW LABOR PARTY PLEDGES SUPPORT SECTION OF WORLD JEWISH CONGRESS New York (WNS>—The formal establishment of an American Section of the World Jewish Congress with headquarters in New York and Washington has been authorized by a special meeting summoned by the executive comTel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agency)—In the wake of the first Italian attack on Eretz Israel, as """' "' "') ".""' .**. ".VV" u A" mittee of the World Jewish Conthe Italian press opened an anti-jg rc ss whose numbers are in the Zionist campaign to lure Arab United States, it was announced regime, and came to Palestine I s "PPrt for the Axis, Palestine's here by Dr. Stephen S. Wise. to settle. As an artist he shared Jewish Labor Party (Mapay) chairman of the executive comenthusiastically in the world, Pk'dged its fullest support to wide interest taken in the Bezalel i t nc British forces in a resolution mittee. The American Section will insecond rate power with absolutely no genius for military affairs. j sal em in 1906 by Professor Boris The paper taunted the Amerii Schatz. But in its third decade can Legion, saying that the Letne school had practically ceased gion has talked "nonsense" about to function, due to lack of finan Art School, stablished in Jeruj adopted at a session of the Mapay ; c lude the American members of Central Committee. 1 the Administrative Committee of Designed to stimulate recruitj the World Jewish Congress, the ing activities among Yishuv volEuropean members of both the I AEF of the last war, whose "real" nature is then described at length. NEW TOWN HALL IS I NAUG URATED Haifa (Palcor Agency)—At Shavei Zion, the German-Jewish settlement between Acre and the Lebanese border which was settled by immigrants from the village of Rexingen in Germany, there has been inaugurated a new synagogue, which also comprises a people's hall and school. This communal edifice was made possible through a donation by one of the families of that village. cial support from abroad. A couple of years after Budko's arrival, however, the school was unteers, the resolution read in part: "Greetings, Yishuv volunteers for the defense of our country, re-opened on Jewish National! We shall fight against Nazi-FasFund land, partly with the help | cist tyranny alongside the Britof the Government. Budko be. ish army until it achieves victory purpose "the reorientation of the came i director, and through j over the forces of humanity, who World Jewish Congress program till.. %  >.... i 1 1% %  • a Administrative Committee and the Executive committee who are now in the United States and those who are expected to arrive in this country shortly. The Section will have as its his efforts the influence and [great art contributions of the school were revived. 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 INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS mnntw SAYTUCS MXTUCI 10AIS DRDE FEDERAL snvincs nno Loan flSiociRTion OF mmmi 45 H. C Pint avenue at the corner of Pint itrett are also the foes of Jewry." The Jewish Agency for Palestine has certificates available for six thousand immigrants and will receive another three thousand permits shortly, it was announced by Eliahu Dobkin. head head of the immigration department, at one of the nation-wide rallies held for recruitment of Jews in British army units. Since the outbreak of war on September 3rd, 7.250 Jewish immigrants with certificates have arrived in Palestine, he stated. Most of them are refugees from Nazi-occupied territories. Utilization of the immigration opportunities is encountering some difficulties at this time because of communication obstacles. Mr. Dobkin declared, but the Jewish Agency is making vigorous efforts to overcome these handicaps by arrangement of alternative routes for immigrants. Recruiting rallies held in every section of Palestine have met with enthusiastic response. conditions. REFUGEESASKFQR em SERVICE London (WNS)—Thousands of 1 Jewish refugees who fled to England from Germany and TJ~^r of whose death bust, which is the work f .hf i fV weak of ** % %  %  % %  The Bezalel School Jero-alim i. UU D -' B rU Schat "' founder o£ *• —


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J PAGE SIX fJenisti thrkttairi FRIDAY, JULY 26. 1340 I have been thinking for some i time being their cares of the furtime, trying to find the proper niture business ... the circular adjectives to describe the splengathering of bachelors and condid B'nai B'rith social meeting i structive bachelors (those whoses held Tuesday night at the SeaI wives are away on vacations glades Pool and Cabana Club. I [consisting of Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Stanley Myers, Jack Abbott, and several others having a good time some families were well represented, such as hesitate to say that it was a tremendous success because I have used this expression so many times this past year to describe other B'nai B'rith affairs. But the fact remains that it is best described by saying that it was a tremendous success, because approximately 500 people, including B'nai B'rith members, their wives and sweethearts, spent an evening, filled with gaiety, excitement icing, swimming ing in the delicious refreshments j U mn, God bless her so many vitz brothers and several of the | Green boys including Al Green STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL (Continued from Page Four) igy of the theatre is Naomi Raphaelson, daughter of playwright Samson Raphaelson Though only ten years old, Naomi is goby JOSEPH A. BERMAN (The writer will be Rind to an-w-r any problem of his renders. Write to hi in In care of this newsiw;p^i, Musical Journeys If you have ever had the nerve-racking experience of sit. ting next to a fidgety child at a ing to have a part in a summer cor f cert you wll f ^ ndoubtc ? d ,^ theatre production Keep agree that music alone will not your eyes peeled for a gifted ordinarily hold a child's attenyoung dramatist. Herbert Kahn Uoa Something else must be by name, who's offering a play JJg^jg^ *jgg*Jo to summer audiences in the East demonstrated this principle at A member of the cast is the Children's Museum in Brooklh a S7?£ d = IS ihr re Zu ^ rnic kand 'executive secretary of A. Z. A., 3; Springeri nephew of the late lyn. N. Y., by taking the children their wives, three of the Arono| who is vis iting in Miami Beach. jJ^JJJ Br inin That marvelwho attended his musical lectures on imaginative ll(1 v.. 11 i..f,"" %  1' Journeys. and. poor Stanley us f F rcnch m0VIe Th ^ Ba kcrs The first set of journeys was to of the Green boys who has venMyers, who teed off late, when Wife, may become a Broadway ; the ty _of _orchestra, where he (who, by the way, is the only one j*jt dinner t4ea%or?hVoT^ club house.'vehicle for the comeback of (attempted to interest them in the ial sea with a swell first thought for a moment that he George Jessel to the legitimate instruments. This aroused tneir nt laughter frplmate) ... I believe Esther Green was in Germany when he saw Q j wjf wj „ natural curiosity to know dancing, indulg-, is a constant reader of this col'the scraps that remained. ( e e thing about what the 1 ;,,f ^„f^„<-u^„^ %  > %  __ 1 mi i__ ._ n_...i n f had U> b e In were introduced and their place moon. 11 should talk Al Pallot and i s being formed under the suE "g ,isn -So Harpo entertained in the orchestra, their history and use were discussed. Mr Hepner, in comparing the instrument family pointed out that it c trery Thursday night at ,'.'". j-"T %  superior In at least one respect to spend an enjoyable evening and thrilled because everybody the Miami Recreation Alleys on Russians didn t know the differ—every member can speak at ... I say the affair was a marwas having such a swell time South Miami Ave, near the Tutence Did you know that once and produce not discord velous success because everyand to see so many people intert le Arena. There will be five or bandleader Abe Lyman isn't albody was happy ... honestly and ested and concerned about BrothS i x teams formed which will truly happy. | er Walter Kovncr, whose wife, together dependent upon music but harmony. With similar touches of humor and the inter.vhose wife, compete among themselves and I % '"Y'."",. "* v *" "*** ""T jection of amusing drawings m ^.K ,f,i Dons 1S vlslt 'ng n New York the winners of that tournament for hls hvm b, in S a Partner in made mto antern sli de8i the t *. wf nnk na Li thai"the affair V*w and t0 u See so .. man y othe !" will be presented with a loving his brothers restaurant chain? sion of too much concentration which was so well olanned hv the members and their guests cup and a cash award and will. That was a narrow escape was relieved. Whenever | h^if t AM,%^St£^Ahefl^ST Ua m the eVenmgS at ^^ hcn „ V^J,rr; U : m llh *• Y Eddie Duchin had at Hollywood^ "• ""ans were brought ,,,., „„ chmiiri nmvo encr-oesfiii tivities. M. H. A. bowling team. the classroom to demons'.rat.* It was a Sine? nleasure to To you s P orl fans J submit Marty M,Istein has informed Cocoanut Grove a couple of thl ir lnslrunu nts victrola recsee Brother Elrv Stone swimming i t he foUowin results %  • • • the me that you need not be an exweeks ago As it was. the acords were also used to emphasize around in the oool care-free and I £ ee ", style .. s w m m n g event P crlcnct,d bowler to apply; just cident reduced Eddie to crutches, the use of a particular family of eniovine himself to see i B rother Marvln Rossman was come to the bowling alleys ev, instruments in some selection Brother! Ike Levin. Ben Levine! fif* and A .* Green second In e 7 y Thursday night and he will WEAKLY GIGGLE Not until the class was familiar Ike Joffe and several others sit, ^ w men s sw lmmm ? n V ?. 1 d a hc can t0 help y0U and ul with al > the members of the orting around exchanging jokes D !" Cr m f er (M rs Al Pallot-1 you in shape. W.nchell relays the story about chestra. their family ties and and bits of amusements ... Jo.Si??? s t 00 k f, !" t ?L a ce and A Dais 7 | „.... tU t ..... ... ... the neutral who was being their relation to the whole, was „ n u ,A> Rorman anri his'io-roiv Milstein second place ... A per! Now that I have covered the i ', „ B fnii svmohonie music nlavoVi wffe VoHxinP nH eniovina fhP fect exhibition of backstroke social and athletic jobs of B'nai shown the birthplace of FriedIU s >mpnon, ^ m us,c pla > cd water ^oTVosalind^h^he^n dimming by Dr. Sol Selevan B'rith, I should mention Brother rich von Schiller, the great Ger' .J^J^J^" !" !" water show (Rosalind has been knitting constantly for the Red Cross) Brother George Wolpert and his wife swimming, and ady As someone beside me sugI Leo Eisenstein and his memberman poet 'Here" announced ^KIS^J S f. COnd .u SC !u f J unie > s gested. all that was missing wls ship drive because it is the large th ,, ^, ,u announced whlch dealt with the music ltthe music which was suggested membership which makes these zl Eu,cle ^ as born our self. Although Mr. Hepner disby his rhythmic strokes (I underaffairs possible. Brother Eisen.national poet" "Y#u mean incussed nature in music, allowing relaxed and forge tting for_the stand Brothcr selevan was one Stein'has been working heart I ternational poet," corrected the ^ e J hi !dren to listen to program j of the outstanding members of %  and soul on this drive and I unvisitor THB GATEWAY TO HEALTH OS. FREDERICK BUTLER Dietetic Chemistry Katuropathie Phvsician CHIROPRACTOR 463 41st St.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-7808 music illustrative to his subject, I the swimming team at the Uniderstand that the membership is .YT'-T ', ^.', .. rSt 10 found this procedure unwise versity of Michigan) and to within 50 or 60 members of the urieans for the r rench because it limited the repertoire Brother Joseph (J.) Berman went 1000 mark lets all get toEgmont' for the Dutch and to one particular type of music the watermelon for winning the gether and try to ease some of 'Mary Stuart' for the British" As a diversified musical edueathe burden off the shoulders of "Didn't he write anything tion he suggests instead, a trip to musicland to meet famous composers. After such a jour "Sure,'' was the retort, "he the minds of the children will be meeting, on August 13th wrote The Robbers' for you" receptive to the music ol ntUtf O+t ^ Headaches Simple Heunlgii or Muscular t A7//75 watermelon polo event. AlVcS^r served'th?s r e 0t noI ^O ^ SeK fi"SS btJe ^ dogs and drinks, as if he had l 2 e August meeting so that, at been trained at 'Nathan's' of, that meeting, 01 Coney Island and to Brother W( L^ an celebrate. Marty Milstein. who took care "here arc probably a number of so many of the details and oimen that you have approached UHTprv ATTCITRTflM mrc personally supervised the acqui!" ho have been putting you off, ,„ VL„„t. l ^ Di UlCji3 sition and distribution of those N w ls the time to approach IN GERMAN CAMP .delicious watermelons and who lnem again and get them signed 1 also did such a splendid job in up : ,,., arranging the water events. An elaborate and impressive In Non,Sectanan Anti-Nazi initiation ritual is being planned League has learned of the death program and compared aiid'conIf you should see 28 sunand rehearsed by the 1 bronzed B'nai B'rith me town, be advised that they the same 28 men who participated in the B'nai B'rith Golf nament held last Sunday noon at the Miami Springs Golf ,nc =>tate federation Convention. ,,,.,, First prize, consisting great mast, rs they have Prominent events m the cor era' iives should be dramatized with the children acting out the important episodes, pr< few those which concern music Winks of more than one composer should be heard in the same Club of a dozen golf" balls, went to country. A writer and atEqually as important as actorney, he was vice-chairman of r ? you never have had any of these pains, be thankful They can take a lot of the joy out of life. If you have ever suffered, as most of us have, from a headache, the next time try DR. MILES ANTI-PAIN PILLS. You will find them pleasant to take and unusually prompt and effective in action. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills are also recommended for Neuralgia, Muscular Pains, Functional Menstrual Pains and pain following tooth extraction. Dr. Miles Anti-Pmin Pill* do not upset the stomach or leav* you with a dopey, drugged feeling. At Your Drag Store: -25 Tablets |1 M 25 Tablets 25* I Mat without outside stimuli. Potential Heifetzes and P ewskis are not found in every usic and ke pecial hatred for him by "cruel .wi.i anu iiiui Liiaces were caD"JIT" _r .— • % %  e j !" uuc-s 10 ; u; ,, Hired by Dr. Leonard Finn, Dr. ^/.Brother Walter C. Kovner, j Hl er s arn y; Al Rosenthat and Irving Gordon. n K r aham Bldg, or Brother Mark Dr. Zalman was the particuand inhuman tortures" in th^ respectively incidentally j F cinbcrg. Olympia Bldg. lar target of N !" IF. WJ-Z.1 4 dna nmjman tortures, in th have heen informs iH t„li • • • I.? NdZl lrc bpcaus e of words of the report received by have been informed that Irving I he hiph roo^^d i„ ...1 ,"~. !" %  "•""• Gordon, who won the booby ',. A nu mber of our members feel /" ." r ^ am ln which, desone the League, which drove him alprize, slices salami and baloney 'v 31 u 1 na !" e of our Lodge i ,s Deln K Jew 'sh, he was held by most to madness before death better than a golf ball the f h u Jd b ^,. chan 8 ed to "Miami the entire Austrian people. ended his sufferings blind bogey prizess went to I ^* e -. They .suggest that since: After the Austrian occupation Z 7 suffe n s XJ Brothers Seymour Rubin, first 1^ ac t' v 't'os in local, communnr 7 a ir an occupation,) Dr. Zalman died on May 29 'place, Leo Ackerman, second ?'• C1V1C and social affairs are %  ^ a,man was arrested and after more than two years in the P lace and Aar n Kanner third ourTam f m K h r „ e ,,ft r Un ^ d :: t l la ^ uu v^^n^^^!? cam Pconcentration camp of OranienThe boys had such a grand time that they unanimously decided to get together once a month and Brothers Seymour Rubin, Herman Wall, and Leo Ackerman have offered to contribute $12.50 each towards the purchase of prizes which will be offered at the next monthly golf tournament. After the afternoon was well spent in golfing, the boys and their appetites retired to the club house and promptly proceeded to devour a delicious bufwithTe 6 Greater femTa^ — "^ Jai rS *"** ^ < Won't you give this some thought as it will be brought up at an early meeting. 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V FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1940 vJenisti fk>ridian PAGE SEVEN e THE Y. M. H. A NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ • %  Y" Installation at Tides Hotel Sunday, July 28th What promises to be one of the nicest social events of the sum' u r season will be held this Sunday eveninB at 7:00 o clock at the beautiful Tides Hotel, Miami Beach. Matty Bandler, chairman, and Lew Safan, ticket chairman, announce that reservations are now being received. Chester Alexander has promised to have a fine orchestra and entertainment. Al Pallot has been jmpointed toastmaster and Mr. George E. Merrick. Miami postmaster, will be the installing off iccr. It seems that the younger set is as interested in this affair as the older bunch. So why not make up a party, but do it quick!v as reservations are limited. and join the crowd at the Tides Hotel Sunday for a scrumptuous ilinmr and dance. Civic League News Three wins out of four starts is the record of the Y Town Team entry. With the fine team work they have evidenced. We look I r Manager Frank Rose to cop the second half title. Following are the individual betting avcra ,._ Zomps Zelesnick %  **>< toy Schemer -400 ll. rl v Cohen *W The team batting average is now .295, which is not nearly Beach Team (The Fighting Schmirish) News Lee Johns must have had the Indian sign over our Y team Tuesday night They trimmed our boys 9-7 in a killer diller ball game. The Y now stands as losing 2-3. Herb Cohen was certainly throwing that old arm Tuesday. Lee Johns didn't get but nine hits. The sco' bo'd looked mighty peculiar reading something like this: Lee Johns 0 2020 3 2—9 Y M. H. A. 2 0 20300—7 Following as individual batting averages: Stanley Weinkle .. 500 Hv Kaut 488 Al Reisman 440 Bennv Gilman 375 Murry Mantell 357 Davis Lackowitz -342 S55.O0 in Prises to Be Awarded Bowlers At a recent meeting called by Manager Jack Apte. the following captains were present: Al Berkowitz. Abe Berkowitz. Abe Silver. Hal Levinson. Abe Weinir and Harry Schwartz. After lengthy discussion the sum of S55.00 in prizes was agreed upon to be distributed as follows: 1st team. $10.00; 2nd team. $7.50: 3rd team. $5.00: high team set, S5.00, high individual set. $3.00; high individual game, $3.00 1st high average complete tournaY. M. H. Team Supermen Demons Bombers Rangers A. Duckpin Bowling League W 14 12 12 10 Blackies 8 Silverstreaks 7 Player G S Sam Seitlin ___... 2 208 Sam Tendrich 21 2181 Hal Levinson 18 1802 Al Berkowitz 21 2091 H. Schwartz 21 2080 Abe Berkowitz 21 2037 Louis Spector 12 1165 Joe Berman Leo Lipowsky Leroy Feldman Abe Silver Murray Streit Abe Weiner H. Waitsman Sol Levin W. Maekauf Sam Beckman I. Querido P. Silverman Julie Spector H. Berkowitz Jack Apte W. Liberoff G. Goldsmith Nat Blumbers Marvin Rubin Frank Rosi Murray Apte D. Rosenthal Al Reisman Jules Wilson Geo. Davis Lew Safan Pete Garvett Harry Kamins Geo. Wolpert Al Dubler Mike Adlcr Marvin Apte Mickey Lubel B. Schweitzer M. Friedman A. Freilich O. Argintar 3 289 21 1988 21 1984 21 1978 18 1690 11 1033 21 1949 21 1941 8 742 15 1379 21 1899 7 630 15 1349 18 1592 15 1316 21 1840 15 1312 6 527 5 436 21 1829 21 1820 4 344 21 1791 15 1272 17 1431 21 1825 15 1265 1 84 9 745 2 164 14 1141 3 237 15 1173 9 694 6 445 3 159 L 7 9 9 11 11 14 Av. 104, 103] 100 99 99 97 97 97 96 94 94 94 93 93 92 92 92 91 90 90 89 88 87 87 87 87 87 86 86 86 84 84 84 86 84 84 82 B2 81 79 78 77 74 53 is an operetta entitled "Cinderella in Flower Land," which is being directed by Mrs. Samuel Tannenbaum. From present plans this operetta will be presented Sunday. August 25th. Over i0>) children will take part in tnis play and will be given an opportunity to display musical or dramatic ability. Miss Naomi Grossman, head of the journalism department of Hut-amp is busy preparing and editing the camp paper which will go to press in a few days. News Aroun' The Old Town Herby Cohen seems to be doing quite well in keeping the campers of the Y Home Camp under control. Herb's quite versatile what with Head Counsellor, Star Pitcher, Baby Snooks, Handball Champ and strictly an okeydoke kid Nathan Aronovitz is chief sleepy head at our Home Camp. CALENDAR OF EVENTS To "o?d W p".ible confu.ion. and ".Mapping eftc. !" of org.n.t.on. are requested to notify thi. bureau of tentat.ve date... early a. P TI !, j. wl ,h Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141. which conduct', 'he bureau for'aU organization.. I. ready to serve any t.me In the matter of clearing dat... Y. W. H. A. NOTES BETH JACOB HEBREW BCHOOL open every wetk in the year ana SUIIIIHV Sessions begin Sunday morning-, October 20. l40, ending Sunday morning. May S&th, 141. EVERY MONDAY MoKMNO—Tempi.. Israel Sisterhood SewinK Classes benefit Red Cross, at Kaplan Hall. .. ,. „. EVERY MONDAY EVENING—T. W. ll. A. bowling games. SECOND AND KolKTH rLES. DAYS of each month, regular meeting of Sholem Lodge limit B'nth. EVERY TUESDAY EVENING—X. \v. II. A. Athletic, at Y Clubrooms. EVERT WEDNESDAY MORNING— National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section Legislation and Studv Croups at the home of Mrs. C. Hi Adler. EVERY WEDNESDAY — Senior 11adassah Bewlng Group from to l P, M. at Temple Israel \ eatry Room, benefit Red Cross. EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON— Y. W. II. A. Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross at Y Clubrooms, EVERY THURSDAY EVENING— B'nal B'rith bowling games at Miami Recreation Center 7:80 p. m. Sub Leads Duckpin League Sam Seitlin, bowling for the ; Demons, averaged 104 for his two games to climb one point on S am Tendrich. The Supermen proved their namesakes by trouncing the leading Demons three straight games to go into i first place. Walter Maekauf 1 starred for the Rangers as he helped his team whip the Blackies two out of three games. The last place Silverstreaks arose to trounce the Bombers in two out of three games. ment. $5.00; 2nd. $3.00; 3rd. $2.50; 4th. $2.00: 5th. $1.50. and 6th. ith. 8th. 9th. 10th. $1.00; booby prizes, $2.50: Home Camp The Home Camp is now completing its sixth week of successful activities and projects, bigger and better than ever before. The latest project in the camp Bowling Featured One of the new features offered by the Y. W. are the bowling games every Monday night, with Mrs. Essie Schacffer in charge, assisted by Mr. Jack Apte. who is in charge of the nun's bowling games. The ladies leave the Y at 8 o'clock, so if you are interested in attending, be on time. Boat Ride Assisting the men's division on their moonlight ride, are the Y. W. with Mrs. Mildred Rubenstein, chairman. All those who are intert Sted in attending are requested to make reservations wtih Mrs. Rubenstein. Book of the Month Club Wednesday, August 2lst. the Book of the Month Club will hold their first meeting at the home of Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum. 2103 S. W. 11th Street, under the guidance of Mrs. Joel Below library chairman. "How Green Was My Valley.'" by Richard Llewllyn will be reviewed by Mrs. Charles Feldman. All members are invited to attend. Meetings The regular meeting of the Y. W. will be held August 28th and the board will meet August 14th I at the Y Clubrooms. Red Cross Sewing Mrs. Jules Wilson, chairman of the sewing and knitting group, for the benefit of the Red Cross, announces that all articles must be finished and turned over to her by Monday, as the Red Cross will pick them up then. Leave I your articles at the Y or at Mrs Wilson's home. 1948 S. W. 16th Street. Monday. Don't forget. Music Appreciation Group Again a new group has been organized in the Y. W.. that of a music appreciation group which met for the first time Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Charles Blau. After listening to •'Invitation to the Waltz.'" "Mad Scene." "Pevane." "Claire de Lune," "Gypsy Airs" and "Over' ture to La Traviata." open discussion was held. For details of this group contact Miss Lee Rabinowitz at 3-3400 or attend the 1 next meeting at the Y August 7. ,1 Y 14—Sr. Hadassah all day Board OR i,ir,t int-tllatinn of Y M H. meeting at home of Mrs. 28-Joint_ I ^ at X on an f d Y Y M Jun Samuel Simonoff president. £r niviatan Tides Hotel 20—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew%  or Division, lidcs notti, Orthodox Congregation Miami Beach. s,,rroth Partv 28-P.oneer Women's Organize|^~ Womens Organization tor Palestine of Greater ^ for Palcstine of £ reate r Miami Card Party. Miami Dinner 31—Miami Jewish Orthodox Con2T Bcth j acob Religious School negation Board Meeting at induction Exercises. Synagogue. 8:30 p. m. 28—Sr. Hadassah Installation AUGUST Brunch in Cromwell Hotel 4_Workmen's Circle Affair— Gardens Date announced. 30—Nat'l. Council Jewish Worn4—Miami Section Nat'l. Counen Miami Section Board cil Jewish Juniors Charity Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon. Boat Ride aboard Yacht OsNOVEMBER ceola, City Yacht Basin, at l—And every Friday thereafter 830 p m through the month of April, 11_Y M H. A. Moonlight Sail Nat'l. Council of Jewish Woaboard Yacht Biseayne at 9 men Miami Section, general a m meeting. 13_Workmen"s Circle Affair— 10—Ladies Auxiliary Miami JewDate announced. ish Orthodox Congregation '8—Jr Hadassah Administration Cafeteria Supper. Dance. Hotel Cromwell. 24—Pioneer Women s Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami. Literary evening. 26—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation *"****"'"""' ,,. ... Membership Tea. 15—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew2 7_Nat'l Council Jewish Worn ish Orthodox Congregation, en M i am j Section Board 20—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Boat Ride. SEPTEMBER Evening of Games. 15—M. B. Habonoth Meeting every Monday night starting this date. 17—Freda Markowitz Post No. 174 J. W. V. and Auxiliary Boat Ride. Seven Seas. DECEMBER Congregation Synagoguewisn 4 _Nat'l. Council Jewish Worn22—Miami Jewish Orthodox Conen G enera i Meeting 2 p. m. gregation Synagogue Dedi2 e —M. B. Habanoth Chanukah cation. Entertainment. 25—Nat'l. Coun. Jewish Women 2 8—Ladies Auxiliary Miami JeyMiami Section opening Fall ish Orthodox Congregation, meeting. Board Meeting 10 a. m. followed by luncheon and general meeting. OCTOBER 5—M. B. Mizrachi. Men and Women's Divisions, Opening meeting. Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon. 27—Sr. Hadassah Donor Dinner Dance at Hollywood Beach Hotel. 28—Junior Hadassah Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Trot. ish Orthodox Congregation. 28—Beth Jacob Religious School Chanukah Affair. 29—M. B. Mizrachi Latkeh party. 29_Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami. Chanukah Latkeh and Card Party. Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled. 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.=* FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1940 vJcwisli fltrudlUchin ** per reiV i t resi ttlement during all of 1930, it was stated in the April-June quarterly report of Cr William Haber, executive director ot the organization. A total >: 1,439 refugees were resettled out ot New York City during the quarter under review. Temporary cash assistance v as administered to a monthly average of 3.270 families between April and June. The June case load of 3-517 represented a 18 per cent. increase over the April figure of 3.023. Offsetting the need for relit I were the occupational placement and vocational retraining services rendered during the quarter the report went on. More than 1.100 jobs were found for refugees and training courses were initiated for about 180 individuals. As a further aid to the adjustment procedure. English classes were found for more than 1,800 persons. The report pointed out that for the first time since tho inception of the National Rei'ug -c Service in June. 1939 there has been a "slackening though not a cessation of refugee migration from Europe to the United States. Immigration from Germany. Czechoslovakia. Poland and Hungary during the 10 months between July, 1939 and May, 1940 dropped 40 per cent under the number of arrivals from those countries during the same 10 months of the previous year." BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. RaoOl 1 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1323 I MAURICE MAMCHES. Cant.ir i Phone 52013 I 945 Euclid Avenue Synagogue Services Daily at 8:00 a. m.. 6:45 p. m. and 7:20 p. m. Saturday at 8:30 a. m.. 6:30 p. m.. and 7:40 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday at 6:45 p. m. Rabbi Meschcloff will speak on "The Portion of the Week." Preparations for Holy Days The new synagogue building is being prepared for the Holy Day services. Our stained glass windows have now been completely installed. Windows will be installed in the dome this coming week. Lighting fixtures are being installed throughout the new building. New runners throughout the coming week. Benches have for the balcony, for the scrolls of the law have been ordered for the pulpit. Radio Hour The Jewish hour of Radio sta; tion WIOD will be presented this \ week by Rabbi Mescheloff. A guest speaker will grace the program. Cantor N. Wroobel will ising a number of Liturgic melodies. The program is conducted from 3:00 to 3:30. Will you be listenin'? Miami Beach Mitrachi The Miami !' ach Mizrachi conducted a si h, seeing bus tour I last Monday Many people joined for •• %  trip. Proceeds went to the \ irk of the national ading the commit. ;-. A. Bcrow and Mrs. I. So successful was venture that plans for ; in the future are bete. For information consult the above or the Rabbi. Bruchim Haboim We welcome to our community the following rabbis and their families who are vacationing on the beach: Rabbi I.. Mesh of Birmingham. Ala : Rabbi H. Gerston of Chattanooga, Tenn.; Rabbi B. Poritzky of Baltimore. Md.: Rabbi Wm. Dra/m of Savannah. Ga. We are glad to have them in our community and at our services On Vacation Miss Sonia Shpall of our Religious School faculty has left for 'a six week vacation in which she will visit the north and consult with pedagogues in New York, Mazul Tov We congratulate Mr. Harry Silverman and Miss Evelyn Melitzer on their marriage last Sunday. Rabbi Mescheloff bound them in marriage in a simple home ceremony. Religious School We are proud of the rcgistra tion of our school and of the excellent work they have been accomplishing this summer. Examinations held this past week by Rabbi Meschcloff and Dr. M. Safra revealed an amazingly nigh standard of scholarship on the part of every student. Parents are urged to enroll their children now. Personal attention is given to each child and his problems. Classes are held daily from 9 to 12:30 each morning. Registration any morning from 9 to 10. TEMPLE ISRAELI 137 N. E. 19th Street | Office Phone 2-7745 .RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach i RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN I 530 N. E. 31it St.—29548 Miami ., Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. Mizrachi. tee were I F. Kalst' this new repetitii .: Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening. July 26th 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 psace to all who mourn and comfort the be.-eaved among us." At the services this Friday evening the memory of the following will be hallowed: Joe Cohen, brother of Mrs. Herman Wronker; Helena Williams, grandmother of Mrs. D. J. Apte and Mr. R. W. Apte; Jesse M. Hoffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman; Dora Simon, mother of Mr. Tobias Simon: Sarah Rebecca Eskin. mother of Mrs. Jack Bernstein; Gus Eiseman, brother of Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer: Max Koftoff. father of Mrs. Sic Mendelson. RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone having articles of clothing, furniture, etc. th.it are nut being used or needed, please cooperate with the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew Ish Welfare B n eau, ami si d i!., -, %  articles I" the RUMMAiJE STORE maintained y them. If You Cannot Bring, These to the RUMMAGE STORE Located at 167 N. W. 5th St. Please Phone Mrs. L. J. Harts. 2 7135 Mrs. Morris Dubler. 5-3517 Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5-4269 and they will be called for CEMENTINE PRODUCTS .1220 N. W. 27th Avenue Manufacturers Cementine Wall Coating Cementine Clear Water Proofing Cementine Colored Cement Cementine Old Cement Floor Finish PHONE 3-4234 SLENDERIZE THE RIGHT WAY —•— SCIENTIFIC BF.DUC1NG OUfl SPECIALTY — •— Each Person RsceWes Individual Attention Call Foi Appolnunsat MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Dr. P. F. tSrllnt, Director R*trof itVi Pkyslclis 161 MI-IT tlMiyp* Blvd. Ph. 1-1 MB