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The Jewish Floridian ( August 2, 1940 )

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& Jewish Floridiai in COMBINING Title JVWU&lh lUinMty %% 3&*> QsuxrUdk. VJjudkSLy VOLUME 13—No. 26 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1940 PRICE 10 CENTS I DEFENSE FUND GOES TO WAR RELIEF WORK JEWS RETURN 10 NAZIS HAVE STRASSER; GRYNSZPAN IS IN PARIS I RAID KILLS 4G New York (WNS)—The Journalists' Defense Fund, organized to raise money for the defense of Herschel Grynszpan, young PolHaifa (WNS)—Defense prepaWl Jew who killed Ernst vom rations were speeded up as the Rath, Nazi attache in Paris has country mourned the death of 46 more than S7.500 waiting in this persons, including 18 Jews, viecountry for his defense, .1 was tints of the second Italian air announced lure. raid on Haifa in ten days. EightyA spokesman for the funci said eight persons were injured, most tll:it l' s money would be held ol them seriously. until it was definitely established Grief gave way to anger when that Grynszpan had been capit was learned that all the vielured by the Nazis at which tuns with the exception of five time ,lu money would probably policemen, were civilians. Moshe be used for war relief work Shertek, head of the political de! More than S35.000 nas been partment of the Jewish Agency, raised for the defense of UKsped to Haifa from Jerusalem young Polish Jew. Five thousand shortly after the raid to extend dollars was sent to Paris to COVhis condolences to the families of er his initial lawyers' fees. When the bombing victims. *• trial as postponed indefiTen Italian bombers particini tely, a good part of the money pated in the raid, dropping bewas devoted for war rehei tween 80 and 100 bombs in and I December. 1938. Grynszpar. around Haifa harbor. The raidwrote l officials of the fund ers were driven off by anti-air-1 here suggesting that the monoy craft batteries before much propshould be used for the "1.200 in erty damage was done. nocemt Jews robbed and exiled Many bombs fell into the sea, and suffering frofm cold and one of'them hitting a fishing veshunger on the Polish bord er. sel and killing two Arab fisheri r0M p T TTC0BY T BROR men Another exploded in the C J^ p U^OHY LABOR street, killing a truck driver. The FOR SLOVAKIAN JEWS bombers came in two waves, the 1 Lisbon (Wi\b> — All Jews of first squadron concentrating on! Slovakia, between the ages of 18 the Bay of Haifa and the other an j 50 nave been ordered to regen the suburban districts of this j stl r for compulsory labor, acport city. 'cording to a Nazi radio report. (According to Palcor News TI K new order reduces the JewAgency one bomb was dropped j sn population to virtual slave mar Hadar Hacarmel. the mod.status. The Nazis first introduced ern residential Jewish quarter, compulsory labor for Jews in and brought death to three perNazi-occupied Poland, sons—a 22-year-old Jewish girl, Sarah Elgelstein. a 32-ycar-old Jewish driver. Israel Glick. and 13-year-old Moshe Wechsler. Palcor reported also that on the morning the Italian bombers appeared over Haifa air-raid sir< ns sounded in Tel Aviv but the all-char signal sounded shortly afterwards.) An official British communique charged that most of the targets of the bombers were non-military objectives, accounting for the high proportion of civilian casualties. The tension caused in the Holy Land by the air raid was heightened when earthquakes rocked Haifa and Safad, the second time this year that Haifa has been shaken. The earthquake did no damage. I London (WNS) — The Nazis have captured Oito Strasser, exil' d anti-Nazi leader who is accused by the Gestapo of organizing the Munich bomb plot against Hitler last year, it reported here. Nazi secret police si ized Strasser when they it London (WNS)—The Ministry of the Interior has decreed that all Jews who fled from Bessarabia and northern Bukovina prior to the Soviet occupation, must entered Paris, return to those areas within five i Confirming earlier reports, clays, under penalty of intern-I was | earne d that Nazi troops ment or expulsion from the counf oun d Herschel Grynszpan. young try, it was reported here. p,, lish JeWi in La Sanle pr i so n Meanwhile, it was reported, where he was awaiting trial for the Soviet authorities are checkthe killing of Ernst vom Rath, a ing on the origin of all RumanGerman embassy attache. The ians in Bessarabia and northern report said that the Nazis are Bukovina and returning to Ruholding Grynszpan for trial, mama all those who were no. \ Hermann Rauschning. self-exborn in the occupied provinces. jjed an ti-Nazi writer, was reportREACH PALESTINE Rehoboth (WNS-Palcor Agonwas cy)—After almost two months of HERZL AND BIALIK The Rumanian military 'i thorities have evacuated all Jews living in the frontier zones. A Jewish relief committee was organized immediately to aid the evacuees. Earlier the Rumanian Minister of Finance George Leon announced that all Jewish officials will be dismissed from their posts, Despite official promises that the anti-Semitic press would be curbed, newspapers throughout Rumania are continuing their violently anti-Semitic campaigns, i concentrating on Chief Rabbi Alexander Safran and Dr. William Fildermann, president of the Un' ion of Rumanian Jews. The anti-Semitic newspaper 'orunca Vramn this week warned Rumanian Jews that old accounts would be settled, claiming 1 that Great Britain and France no longer have any influence in Europe and that the United States is too far away to help the Jews >f Rumania. military au1 t d lo have escaped to London. DEPUTIES GREET JEWISH SOLDIERS London (WNS)— T he Jewish Board of Deputies formally greeted the thousands of Jewish soldiers from Palestine. Poland and Czechoslovakia now stationed in London. Meeting in regular session, the board also extended its greetings to the new provisional Czechoslovakia gov eminent In exile. Recommendations concerning the treatment of anti-Nazi alii n were disccussed and forwarded .0 the advisory committee handling the probltm of refugees from Nazism now in England. DUTCH AGITATE AGAINST "ARYANS' Lisbon (WNS) — Dutch Nazis have launched a campaign for the introduction in Holland of the "Aryan" principles, it was reported here. The Nazis insist that the government trace the family background of all citizens to determine the number of nonAryans. Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)—Men and women in all parts of Eretz Israel gathered this week to honor the memories of the founder of political Zionism %  and of the Hebrew poet laureate who contributed so largely to the revitalization of the Jewish na; tional tongue Many of those who attended the memorial meetings that Imarked the anniversaries of the deaths of Theodor Herzl in 1904 and of Chain Nachman Bialik thirty years later were persons who could have found no refuge from Nazi persecution save in the haven of the Jewish Natianal Home developed in the vision of Herzl. Reverent crowds, highly sensible of that historic destiny to guard the ideals of country and language symbolized by the leaders they had gathered to remember, packed the Great Synagogue in Tel Aviv, the Jewish Agency Hall in Jerusalem and other places of assemblage throughout the country. Dr. Isaac Gruenbaum. of the ORDER SPONSORS GUARD DEFENSE FOR Y ARE READY E Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith Americanization committee has this week started making efforts •.0 attain additional affiliations for the McAllister Home Guard Defense. The McAllister Unit has the active support of Miami being shunted about in Mediterranean waters from port to pel".. 157 Jewish immigrants who left Trieste on the steamer Rodi at the end of May have at last set foot on Palestine's soil, ending; a voyage filled with drama of a sort unusual even in these days. It was on June 7th that the Italian steamer Rodi approach! ,1 so close to Haifa harbor that word spread that the refuges aboard had already disembark.d. But the next day it was revealed that instead of steaming into the harbor itself, the boat had been ordered to turn about and return to Rhodes, and thence to proceed directly to Italy. The news spread consternation in Palestine—both among those who had been awaiting the Jewish immigrants and among the many Italian residents here, including the Consul General, who had expected to leave for Ita'y on the Rodi while there was yet time before the entry of Ita / into the war. Consequently, Italy's d.-cla.ation of h s illti'S o June 10 found these Italians stranded in Palestine, and many I of them were immediately interned. Meanwhile the Jewish refugei S on the Rodi did not reach Rhodev for the boat was seized by the British and taken to Malta. There, according to the stun, s related by the newcomers, th • immigrants experienced many air raids. Then, enroute again to Egypt under British protection, they witnessed the sinking of three Italian submarines by British destroyers. A week ago the pilg reached Egypt: and 52 exciting and adventure-filled days after leaving Trieste, they final' Washington (WNS)—The us< of ships f lying the American iflag to evacuate children undei 16 years of age from Great Britain, France and Belgium is de pendent on the vaildi'y oi asrived at their goal. Eretz surances of safe conduct f >r thi ship-. President Rooscvcl' told a press conference lure. While the House For. igu Affairs Committee approved a oil permitting United States ships U The wanderers had nothing but the highest praise for the excellent treatment accorded them along the whole route by th.> British authorities who had taken charge of their destiny. Chapter of the U. S. Organized evacuate refugee cnildren proReserves. City and County offividing assurances of safe passage „ „„A .,11 nator are given by the governments incials, newspapers and ill veter, .? ,. .,,. ... „. VOlved in the war. the Piesiden. an organizations. Organized on-I ^^ ou{ ^ Hgnn ro uonsl >1y twa months ago the Unit ha8 | bility" involved in such a proImore than 350 members who regram. ceive the nucleus of army train1 Thp Prosident i ns isWd that ing in addition to technical J^^ bp a reasonable certainty FRENCH JEWS FEAR ANTI-SEMITIC ACTS courses in radio, telephone, heliograph. Additional courses are now under consideration. The McAllister Home Guard Defense meets once a week, on Monday j jJ£JJj££ nights at the Dade County ArmN. W. 7th Ave and 28th that American ships could call !for the children at designated j embarcation ports and get out without being torpedoed or The Nazis claim that many Jews fled from Spain during the j Jewish Agency Executive, preInquisition about 450 years ago j sided over the Jerusalem meetand made their way to Holland where they married non-Jewish wives. A careful survey will disclcose, the Nazis state, that many Hollanders who consider themselves "pure" Aryans are acturifally Jewish. :, at which tribute was paid to the political genius of Herzl and the literary genius of Bialik Keren Hayesed, and Abraham by Leib Jaffee, director of the Loewensohn, veteran Labor editor. ory. Street. Training received in event of draft, will prove to be of 'estimable value, and does not in any way make those joining subject to call by the.government. Those desiring to join or wanting further information are asked lo contact Mr. Nat Roth, who may be reached by calling 2-4243. or by calling The Jewish Floridian. 2-1141. Mr. Roosevelt referred to the fate of the French liner Meknes. which was torpedoed by Nazi warships while repatriating the French nationals from England, as an example of the responsibilities involved in the evacuation Meanwhile, refugee agencies have prepared lists of 10,000 children whose passports are in order and who are ready to be evacuated to this continent. London (WNS) — Considerableapprehension was expressed in Jewish circles here over the plan of Marshal Petain to institute 1 \ comprehensive anti-Semitic program throughout France and the French possessions. It was understood here that the totalitarian Petain Government has been under increasing; pressure from the Nazi government to adopt the official Nazi attitude toward the Jews. According to one report the anti-Semitic program, now under consideration by the government at Vichy, will eliminate al! Jews from the cultural and professional circles of Franco and her possessions. It is doubUul, however, whether the Petain regime will adopt the "Aryan" clauses of the Nuremberg laws. '1



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PAGE TWO Jen ist fkrirfiam FRIDAY. AUGUST 2, 1940 Haw York Headquarters of Tau Epsilon Phi. national college fraUrnity, has announced the app intment of Louis Heiman. prominent Miami attorney, as p •rmanent chairman of the 1*40 Rational Convention. The corvention has been set for Decent l r 27. 28. 29. and 30. 1M0 with the Hollywood Beach Hotel as i.invention headquarters. Mer.ii era from seven foreign cpur: tries as well as every state in the union will gather in Miami to celebrate the thirtieth birthday of the founding of the fraternity. They will also attend the nineteenth Grand Chapter meeting to honor the founders of the order. Mr. Heiman. wh) has been acting chairman, announced the members of his committee. He designated the lost chapters for the convention as Tau Alpha Chapter. University of Florida, and Tau XI Chapt r, University of Miami. Members on his national convention committee are Stanley C. Myers, Joe Davis. Al Dubbin. Aaron t ioldenblank, Joe Schwartz, J. Kirchik. Sidney Segall. Sid Ross, Leonard Greenblatt. Art Kuhn. Dr. Leo Kupper. Dr. Irving Gor. in. Dr. Joseph Pomerance. and Fred Nesbitt, all of Miami; Major I.I. J. Mackler and Morris Benii t. of Tampa; Geoge Wolly. Orlando; Nathan J. Roberts. Har<• d Cohn, Jacksonville; and Mitchell L. A. Baumstein. Lake I City. Pre-convention headquar| l rs have been set up in the SeyI old Building. Room 650. Convention news and activities are ) resented at the weekly luncheons held each Wednesday noun at the Seven Seas Restaurant. • • • A large attendance composed of quests and their friends were present at the weiner roast given I y the Milburn Hotel, located at I 14th Street and Ocean Drive. | Miami Beach. Monday evening in the outdoor patio of the Hot 1. Dancing preceded and followed the refreshments. The Hotel, under the management of A. Finley Binder, will hold another in the series of guest parti shortly. • • • Mr. Benjamin LeVine is confined t i his home because of an illness. • • • The Jewish Hour sponsored by Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami will be conducted 1 y Rabbi Coiman A. Zwilman Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock over Station WIOD. The guest speaker will be Rabbi Louis Wolsey of Temple Rodes Shalom of Philadelphia. Pa. • • • P.abbi and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan ] it Thursday for their vacation h will be spent visiting relS and friends in Savannah. Ga., and New York, and will return to the city the early part of ber. CE RAY U. SHOCHET. Society Editor The Amazing Story of An American Girl Who Married a Nazi! "THE MAN I MARRIED" From the Liberty Magazine Story, with JOAN BENNETT FRANCIS LEDERER MARIA OUSPENSKAYA OTTO KRUGER STARTS FRI.. AUG. 9 LINCOLN MIAMI BEACH Mr. Fred Jonas, manager of the Roystan and Royal House Apts.. was host at a card party for the I benefit of the Red Cross. Sunday evening. Thirty dollars was raised and forwarded to the Red Cross office. This is the second | contribution sent to the Red Cross, the first, twenty-two dollars. • • • Mr. and Mrs. A. Davis Rayvis and daughter Carol have returned from a several week's vacation in the north where they visited in Philadelphia. New York and Atlantic City. • • • Rabbi A. S. Klcinfeld of St. Petersburg is visiting in Miami where he will remain for several weeks. • • • Mrs. R. Myers of Greensboro. N. C. is visiting in Miami as guest of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman. Mrs, Myers was accompanied by her son Louis and Jack Gordon. who are staying at the Tides Hotel. • • • The Bar Mitzvah of Bernard Phillip Saffer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer, will take place Saturday morning at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff will address the boy and Bernard will deliver the portion of the week. A reception will be given in his honor all day Sunday at the home. 1425 S. W. 18th St. No invitations have been issued. All friends are invited. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz returned to the city from a three week's vacation visiting in New York. Massachusetts and New Hampshire. While in Cambridge they visited with their daughur and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Saul R. Srole. Mrs. Srole was the former Miss Myrtle Zeientz of Miami. • • • Mrs. Benjamin LeVine will return to Miami Friday from Chicago where she has been vacationing. • • • Mr. Abe Arcnovitz accompanied by his mother in law. Mrs. Charles Goldstein, left Sunday for Hendersonville, N. C. where .hey will vacation for a month. • • • Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper acc.ompani d by their sen Marshall and iter Nancy, left Thui for Hendersonville, N. C. wh n they will remain tor five week-. Dr. Pepper will leave lh< m and go to Philadelphia and N York he will visa vai medical clinics, and then rejoin his family in Hendersonvilie. Rabbi and Mrs. Coiman A. Zwitman returned to the city from their vacation in the north. During the month of July. Rabbi Zwitman attended several conferences, was elected national vice president of the Rabbinical Association of the Jewish Institute of Religion, participated in the Harvard University conference on International and Religious principles and during his I visit in New York, spoke at the 'New York World's Fair Temple of Religion. • • • Mr. Henry Gabbe has left for the north where he will vacation for several weeks. • • • Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubin are vacationing in Hendersonville, N. C. where they will remain for the summer. • • • Mr. Mitchell Wolfson, member of I ihe Miami Beach City Council, will leave today for a short trip. • • • The Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will hold their first annual boat ride party Tuesday. August 20th at 8:30 p. m.. aboard the yacht Seven Seas. Music for dancing will be furnished by an orchestra and novel entertainment will be presented. Sandwiches, drinks, etc.. will be available. In charge of arrangements is Mrs. J. L. Jacobs, chairman, assisted by Mesdames George Chertkof and Victor MelL All members are urged to attend as the entire proceeds will be given to the Talmud Torah Fund. • • • The wedding of Miss Sophie Neham. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morns Ncham of Miami Beach. to Sidney Letvin. son of Mrs. Mary Letvin of Washington, D. C. took place Sunday. June 30th in Washington with many out-oftown guests present. Mrs. Letvin I is a native Miamian but has been j residing in Washington for the i past five years. The couple will reside in Washington. • • • Mrs. Moses Pallot left Thursday Ifor Bethlehem. Pa'., where she will visit with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Sam Goldstein. • • • The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew; ish War Veterans will hold a boat ride and evening of enterainmant Monday, August 12th. aboard the yacht Seven Seas. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. W. M. Bergman, chairman, Mrs. Jules Jacobs. Mrs. Henry • r any m< mber. Pine, i da will be used to buy new instruments tor the J. W. V. Drum and i Bugle Corps. Mrs. Esther Eisenstein, 78, succumbed to a long illness Tuesday night at her home, 1632 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. A resident of Miami Beach for twenty years, she was a member of the Beth David Sisterhood and cne of the organizers of the Chesed Shel Emeth Sisterhood. She i 1 survived by three daughters, Mrs. D. Brown, Mrs. Dora Wechsler, of Miami Beach and Mrs. Ann Jamison of Miami; and two sons. Harry A. Eisenstein of Miami Beach and Morton M. Eisenstein of Newark, N. J. Services will be conducted by the Miami Jewish Funeral Home today at the Beth David Synagogue at 11 a. m. with Rftbbi Max Shapiro officiating. Interment will follow in the Jewish j section of the Woodlawn cemetery. • Mr. and Mrs. I. Silver observed their thirty-sixth wedding anniversary at a family dinner Sunday. • • • Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro and '. children have returned to thcity from an extended vacation in the north visiting relatives and friends. • • • ;Mrs. Harry I. Magid of 1345 S. W. 11th Terrace returned home i after a two month's trip visiting (throughout New England. At an informal joint meeting Sunday evening at the Clevelander Hotel, the Royal Palm Chapter and Miami Chapter of A. Z. A. honored three national A. Z. A. officials, Julius Bisno. Ben Barkin and Max Baer. Mr." Milton A. Friedman acted as master of ceremonies and introduced the guests of honor who spoke. Also addressing the meeting were Mr. Isaac Levin, president of the Fifth District of B'nai B'rith; J. Aron Abbott, president of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith; Mrs. Charles Ratner, Nathan Adelman, Louis Heiman, Fred K. Shochet, Sam Silver and twenty members from various chapters. Refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Ratner. Tuesday evening the regular meeting of A.'Z. A. was held with Dr. Charles S. Werblow as the guest speaker. • • • Mr. Herman Waitsman has returned to the city after traveling throughout the States for several weeks. • • • Mrs. Sarah Czech is convalescing at Dr. Sloan's Sanitorium. Chateau de Sante. 6900 Coral Way. from an illness, and will be glad to see her friends. Koolmotor G A S O L E N E and OILS Acne Tires Cities Service Products ORANGE STATE OIL CO. RUMMAGE NEEDED having articles of <-, Furniture, -.c. that it bl il n UM I Ol % % %  ... please i berate with the La. • i v of the Jewisn \ eifai %  t. ;: cau, and Ke .1 rtlcles i thi RUMMACK Sic IKE il all ... ., ,1 evlli. Ml. II Vou Cannot Brinp, These to the RUMMAGE STORE Located at 167 N. W. 6th St. Please PMcne Mrj. L. J. Harlj. 2 7135 Mrs. Morris Dobler, 5 3 17 Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5-4269 and they will be called for Mr. and Mr*. Irving R. Applebaum. whose marriage was an event ot July 21st at the Hollywood Beach Hotel. 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FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1940 *J&% isti fhrktkin PAGE THREE -. % CONGREGATION BETH DAVID i.Miami's Pioneer Congregation) "T! MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION Palm Beach Notes 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX iMAPIKU, KaDDI 4! S. W. 16th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2 2176 Mr. and Mrs. Al Porsoff and family of Delray Beach are i spending a month in the north. Mr. M. Davidson of Miami has left for New York where he will join his wife who preceded him north a few weeks ago. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION TEMPLE ISRAEL! 1545 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi | Rabbi's Residence: 919 South West 13th Court I Phone 3-5192 j 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. in. Bar-Mitzvah Group Sunday at 9:00 a. m. Adult History Group. Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of month. Schedule of Services Daily services: 8 a. m. and 5:45 p. m. Friday evening services: 5:30 p. ni. Shabbes: 9:00 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. ni. Shalush Sud'.s: 5:15 p. m. Synagogue Completion With the return of Rabbi Kcllner expected the first part of August the congregation will inititute a membership campaign o mark the completion of our tew Synagogue. Congratulations The Congregation. Rabbi and ifficers take this means of exending i sincere congratulations to the Y. M. H. A. upon the in'stallation of their new officers. To Mr. E. Albert Pallot, whose nspiring leadership has brought the organization to its present ligh positiqn, to Dr. Samuel Beckman, incoming president, who rendered singularly distinMiss Eugenie Argintar of 419 29th street was hostess at a lun:heon Friday in honor of her house guest. Miss Roberta Marks Of Tampa. Those joining the honor guest and hostess were the Misses Roslyn Gruncr. Madeline Halpem and Dorothy Dubbin. Washington Avenue .ind Third St.eet. Mi mi Beach %  MOSES MESCHEL-OFK, Raobl I 711 Lenox Avenue I Phone 5 1323 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor I Phone 5-2013 945 Euclid Avenue | Synagogue Services Morning services: Daily at 8 Mrs. Esther Halpem and son ^ SytUrday at 8:30 a m ; Louis left Friday by car fur Philadelphia where they will visit relatives and friends for .he summer. Mrs. Louis Shutzer and daugh:er Muriel have returned from i ten weeks' stay in San Antonio, Texas. Mrs. Sidney Gelders and infant son. Sidney Max. returned home fiom the Good Samaritan hospital. Gala Congregational Dinner What promises to be one of the most outstanding social affairs during the summer season will take place next Wednesday evening, August 7th, at the Beth Livid Talmud Torah auditorium. A congregational dinner, topped off with an excellently fast moving fioor show, will take place. This is the first annual summer dinner given by the administrative board to the members of the congregation. A committee, under the uole leadership of Mr. Louis Gordon, Is busily engaged in preparing c dinner to satisfy the most incriminating. A floor show composed of the most outs'anding New York and local talent will be presented. Other very important and amusing features will be held. Rabbi Max Shapiro, religious leader of the congregation for several years, will be welcomed home from his vacation North. The new administrative board will be presented to the membership. Mr. Stanley C. Myers, former president of the congregation and one of Miami's most prominent attorneys, will be 'oasimaster of the evening and in charge of the festivities. .^Irs. Isadore Fine, acting president of the Sisterhood, assisted by her committee, are busily engaged in preparing appropriate decoraI tions. Admission to this extraordinary evening is by Invitation only. All reservations should be made by return of acceptance card enclosed with letter. Those appearing on the program are: Gail Mack, extraordinary loos • '>'•' Resolution be inscribed on th _„. ,. _.,, „ r I Minnies i>f our l'""l o in' ii cop} 1 ana taps specialist; Billy Knip'xuitiiiiiy nntis..-ii lx lent to tne per, the "Original Goofus"; Kay 'HARVEY W Jerome Gruncr left for Ro•hester. N. Y.. where he wil spend a brief vacation visiting nis brother-in-law and sister, Mr, uid Mrs. Pollak. Afternoon services at 6:45 p. m.; Friday and Saturday at 6:30 p. m. Evening services: Daily at 7:15 p. m.; Saturday at 7:i5 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at 6:45 p. m. Rabin Mescheloff will preach on •The Portion of th; Week." Bar Mitzvah The parents of Bernard Saffer 13 N E. 19th St eet Office F-none 2-7745 1ABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D 69!!6 Indian Creek Drive—61265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St.— 2-9548 Miami Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hiilel. Friday Evening Services Regular Friday evening s< ivices will be conducted on August 2nd at 8:15 p* m. by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, who will preach on "Cities of Refuge." The memory of the following will be consecrated at the s r vices this Friday evening: Moi invite their many friends and his i decai Weintraub. father e.f Mr. ellow students to attend the Bai Mitzvah ceremony to bo he-Id a %  ur synagogue this SaturdayCantor Mamches will chant th services. Rabbi Mescheloff wil instruct the Bar Mitzvah after | man his address. Refreshments wil ,ln be served after the services. Bernard will read the Maftir If i m i [ /\ w Oman Mrs. Jack Barash. her daughI ; rom thc Se,er Toran Presented I Lojd sh ter Ester, son A!b?rt. and her Maurice Weintraub: Joseph Wi father of Mr. Sidney Wien ami Mr. Leonard Wien; Irving Kuperberg. brothe-r of Mr. Mitchell Kuperberg; Nathan W. Mittlefather of Mrs. Irwin Silv"A pend the summer visiting relatives and friends. mother. Mrs. Salzman, le ft for uished service in cultural enj Brooklyn. N. Y. where they wil deavors as well as to Mr. Grossman who is completing two years if successful work with the Y. ire send our neighborly greetings and best wishes for furihei uccess. Best Wishes We report with genuine rerets thecontinued illness of our rother L. Katz of 17;>3 S. W >th street and pray that the Alnighty may grant him a speed} ,nd complete recovery, Sisterhood who feareth the shall be praised."— Messrs. Edward and Richard Meyers, sons of Mr. and Mrs. J S. Meyers, left by boat for .iousion. Texas, where they will ie met by their aunt and coninue the trip to California. IN MtMORIAM WIIKI.I-....-. .; HUN %  hoove i 111. i '. ..i. :n. in'!. : mid I niei • II,call for the di feline "i his adoptI .. ii.i' •• %  Inoui.,i.. with dignity during m line and wllh a eiui :: •Voiiei War leflet-t'.ng credit and hon •r ni.n iiiiu.-vlf and American en /..•11.-.I111.. and, WHKRKAS, Comrade Alexatirie Miller was .. II • menibel %  : our I'osi ,nd know ii i"i Ilia genei < %  .< il lb mill • When our Post wan si lip -lini: for ii I.--:HII Home, A .--..,.'-.. Iiui chatted and pal I '•• %  i Lcglo-i It.'inl .in.l in ordei lo i-educi he ubllll • ol .-in Pout. <"• Hiiii.. Miller il .-ii'i.' the "IIERRFORK BE IT iu~si >i.v;::> IIY THE HARVEY W. HEW S I'OST v'n %  : %  •. AMKRIfAX LEGION, I'KPARTMENT OP !-"!.< 'It in A. MIAMI FLORIDA, lhal In the death "f Camii.KAlexander Miller nur ,-,,... %  • %  11 II Eoneral and our Poel in particular s songs; David O'Berry, Miami's famous baritone, and others to be announced. It is the express desire of the committee in charge to open the evening on schedule I nf ''"'> A "' n time, 7 p. m., sharp. All invited gues's are urged to guide tht-m selves accordingly. HERDS Pi '-''i' NO. :.'!• A.MI-'i'li'. v I KOION Bj H niORT i:\ll.KV, i '."mil 'ii'l.'i* .IKHItV rjAN'Z, Adlutant HAKVV onr.ns-'Tiv. I'''-I j'lll-l (,' It--. olutlon* !*<%  i.,'ii"p nimo.• %  ''• <*opted this 2th day THE GATEWAY TO HEALTH DR. FREDERICK BUTLER Dietetic Chemistr* Naluropathir I'hyxieian CHIROPRACTOR 463 41st St.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-7808 f rSjGUST BROS. Ry? if" la the BEST.' Fr>r th F'"e banker Jules Bache on his a proach to the status of gre;i grandpa His granddaught; r, Murial, who is the daughter-inlaw of General John J. Pershing, is preparing a nursery for early 1941. CEMENTINE PRODUCTS 3220 N. W. 27th Avenue Manufacturers Cementine Wall Coating Cementint Clear Water Proofing Cement ine Colored Cement Cemcntine Old Cement Floor Finish PHONE 3-1234



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PAGE FOUR vJenislh fhrkllain FRIDAY. AUGUST 2. 1940 m \p ifnttHi'nTFlTTTinnY PLANT AND MAIN 21 S. W. SECOND MIAMI P. O. BOX 2973 OFFICES AVENUE FLORIDA FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 ONE YEAR %  — SIX MONTHS $ 10 NUMBER 26 194 0 VOLUME 13 FRIDAY. AUGUST 2 PLAIN TALK! EXCUSE FOR LIVING By Al Segal Ruth A tady whose name is and who is 26 years old and married writes to inquire what i think of bringing children i Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (By PHINEAS J. BIRON) HEAR YE DEFENDERS OF THE HOME Elsewhere in this issue is published an advertisement citing the opportunities being offered today of joining a Home Defense Unit. !Xrr r 'rifui ncoole are resolved not Acknowledging whether we like to or not, that the passage ""Jgjjjg j jUllish world with Among the Americans who have taken charge of some of the British refugee children fortunate to have arrived on these t l hrVrrem"worfd-especially shores is William Paley. head of the Columbia Broadcasting Jewish children. She herself Syslem It's the young son of England s Alfred Duff-Cooper who is childless has been v. orwhQ hQg become a member of the Paley family for the duration %&!?!£& 'SSEJffS of the war Broadway wits have evolved a new metaphor: way things are in the world-es"Thinner than a Nazi invasion excuse In view of Hitler s and pecially for Jews? MusViini's recommendation thai the U. S. elect anybody but Well. I don't think this is parj p p R m November, a reader has sent in to us a campaign ticularly a Jewish J*M"* dogan suggestion ... It reads: "Don't please Hitler—re-elect are""" Jews 3 a nd who^ook into : Roosevelt'' Among the Aryan refugees from Nazism who the darkness of the future and are now being welcomed to this country is the waltz king of prewonder whether they should Hitier Vienna, Robert Stolz, who composed, among other dr costly failure, and that it is inadequate. children should be postponed, by appointment of Prexy Edmund I. Kaufman Manuel NeuGeneral Pershing in favoring military training said: m "s ;1 i u n 1S my erandchHd She was mann has been p i accd in charge of the loan-raising effort in effect upon the individual there is no doubt but that universal fjye !" n ^ ol ^ e la ma 7 t ^. 0 f her behalf of the Jewish Agency ... A recent issue of the New military training would be prodctive of.great benefit to &• birth when it occurred and 1 Yorker devoted itsc entire cover to the New York World's Fair %  youth of the nation both as citizens and as protective soldiers, think it is timely to mention her Only two spots were designated by name on the picturization Such training would develop respect for constituted authority; 1 it would impress the individal with his obligation to and pride in his country, in contrast to the present tendency to emphasize the responsibility of the nation to the individual. It would improve the physical development of our young men, as well as promote their general health. Such a measure in my opinion " %  • / i* upon clearly expressed desire to remain at peace, upon un. tlon of hc r smiles. When we have lne Ior various literary purposes equivocally proclaimed neutrality, upon scrupulous avoidance coaxed^ smile ;^^erwo feel L I T E R A R Y N O T E S of provocation. Conquerors, invaders and destroyers ignore or lult onl success —like growing brush aside reasons such as these." |the loveliest of all flowers or Tips to publishers: Abe Goldberg's volume of silhouettes Hysteria from parents when talked to about their children ^'^ ^^ ^Twhcn we J ( ewish le der is appearing in Yiddish soon and would make joining the home guard has been overcome when the realizapersuade her to give out gurgling ) usl as q od wading in English Jacob Fishman is thinking juiimiy u uuui y j,.,^. laughter. about writing his memoirs, which cover the golden era of Jew tlon of the true picture is brought home. Youths aff.hat on ^ ^ ^ that .^ al] L^ construc „ ve hfe in ^ CQu j ^Singer, author of with the Home Guard Defense will prove of inestimable value to bring ncw ch iidren into the "The Brothers Ashkenazi," is preparing a new tome, a novel giving them the nucleus of army training and in the event of world. Yes I say then. It's not i a j d in Warsaw, Berlin and New York Pierre van Paasen's their enlisting will prove to be a stepping stone to rapid promo^ y nc e^sary "L "synagl^ues and tion from the ranks. Definitely, affiliation with the home guard churches, for this laughter is itdoes not entail enlistment with the Defense units and G-d forg£ Qf^ !" %£& bid in case or war would not warrant their immediate call. Conas He laughs at sunrise. scripUon of course places everyone eligible on the same par, This is. of course, a mystical ^ f... ... >. •._ • „ „\ way of looking at Ellen and not with knowledge, ability and training the criterion tor placeU) b<1 approvt d by pra cticalment Additional opportunity parents should consider in urgminded people. But her granding their children to join, is found in the many technical courses !" ^ £ k rSH" offered by the Home Guard Defense, which training should they thing mystical in a world that desire for their children would cost considerable. ^nk^dness 0 forThe'Youth, today is endowed with a respect for the principles vinitv of Ellen's laughter in upon which was built the nation they love and the freedom they cherish. Untried in the ways of the world they fear not the future but await eagerly the opportunity to assume their share of the responsibility. As Jews and Americans we realize that the present day world in which the formal religions seem to have become scarcely more than words in prayer books. Of course. I always have t', bend low when I look at Ellen, but this is more than a mere phyproblem is our problem. World affairs wher ever they are have ^Tow !" o/'the TSSPSg a direct bearing on our being. We cannot shut ourselves up |thc bending of the knee that one and remain impervious to evident factualities. We as a people gives for reverence Ellen is have never been termed shirkers. We need representation in K&hThun^and"theTa" the Home Guard which will not only greatly benefit our Country dais have carried off the holy of and our people but moreso those individuals fortunate to have Y '^; E „ en h ^ complet 1 the foresight to join the "Home Guard Defense." cha ?8 e


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i PAGE SIX vJewlsti ttarkMaun FRIDAY, AUGUST 2. 1340: B'nai B'rith *4L Notes By HAROLD TURK 1 ancc—the cause of it—between monies made thereto. I advise our students and those of other I he constant reading of this t-ol, ... -. umn as edited by Brother Harfaiths. It has brought about u o d Turk us ^ readmg o£ our igrcater respect on the part of i .i .,. (Written by Isaac Levin, presi, such splendid work for the endent of the Fifth District, at the joyment of the entire convention, tural adherence to the respective \ democratic Tnstftutions request ot Harold Turk.) This writer was eSDeciallv im ] creeds, is pleasing to the Jewisn • • • student. It is no longer excusable for the student ot the Jewish faith in any manner to hide especially im Ye B nai B'rith Editor Turk is pressed with the work of our under the impression that it | Hillel. Hillel Extension and Stuwould benefit the cause if we ; dent Extension, and Student Unwere to give a brief resume of | ion activities and by the fact the activities at the I fth Disthat we now serve the students trict Convention held in Roanoke, Va.. May 19 and 20. As is proper the convention opened with an invocation Ly Rabbi Samuel Sniliman of Sumter, South Carolina. The Rabbi is incidentally one of our officers of the district. We were then welcomed by the president of the Roanoke Lodge, Brother Herman Davidow, whose address was followed by a lormal welcome Ly the mayor of the city which was responded to by Brother Arthur Taucman. Space will not permit the enumeration of all the officers' reports. These, however, were very enlightening and demonstrated the fact that your officers were seriously on the job and had devoted considerable energy and careful consideration to the several activities which I make up the fine program of the order. The very impressive American ; Citizen's Day program was par ticipatcd in by several young members of the A. Z. A. chapter. The content and presentaBen B'Riths and their feminine creations will meet where it is cool. We have picked the center in our district at the Universihis Jewish identity. This department of our work alone more than justifies participation and affiliation with our great order. The district has apfiropriat. d of the trade wind zone, at that more than $4,000 as its contribuluxurious and most complete tion for the turtherance oi trtis I convention hotel in America, the activity for the present year. Hollywood Beach Hotel, the The report of the chairman of Souths largest and finest ocean the A. Z. A. committee afforded ; front and resort estate. this writer great pleasure. This This convention week-end will branch of our work has mot a present a languorous and luxurlong and crying need. Our adol10 us way of life unlike any you •scent youth through the A. Z. : have ever experienced else; A. program is offered a convinc, where. In addition to superla! ing and interesting well-thoughtI. ve loo d and accommodations ou schedule of activities in the thcre wiU bc vigorous, carefre* hletics. debating.^and activities, and a hendred happy. lazy ways to spend your time. No ocean cruise, no mountain er age to carry on "successfully vacation ever offered half the because of their intelligent menvariety of entertainment to be tal and physical preparation f 0 r' c n Jy id at ,hls convention. the important places in their re! Tne well equipped, pat spective communities. There are I private beach, the tamous gon already B'nai B'rith Lodges comcourse champions, the tennis •lostd entirely of alumni of A. Z. : courts and lawn game layouts. A. and although the movement | the recreation and card rooms— s l< ss than 20 years o'd. the every facility of the hotel will coresident of the Sixth District, i uc at your disposal at no extra one of America's largest, is an charge. The lloor shows, spe•ilumnus of A. A. This facticial parties, etc. will Mr. Berman Vacations Mr. Joseph A. Berman is taking a well earned vacation from his law practice as well as coiumning for this paper, and many Bnai Bnth State Federation other communa l activities. His Convention articles on Child Guidance'and On Labor Day week-end all Vocational Guidance have been other cultural studies which fi these youths to step into our, j shoes when they reach the prop; a source of interest to man) of our readers. Mr. Berman has laid plans for a new topical column t. > known as "The Psychological Forum'' which will be ah-, mbracing and cover every fit-Id .,f psychology. The first of this new series will appear In late September Editions. — Editor's Note. Junior Hadassah tion was greatly enjoyed bv the J \r • • o .J """" l lne r va an <* sound-' exactly as bu entire convention. X J, ie8 J Maryland. Virginia. South ness of the founding fathers of be after dark. „. ., .. Carolina. Georgia. Florida, ana .his branch of B nai B nth pro-' nr u„ lne manifold business to come Miami, as well as the Florida j gram. We navo Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Hear V Junior Hadassah welcomes y u to its twelfth annual administration dance August 18th at th • Tne well equipped, patrolled Cromwell Hotel Shore t Dancing will be held in the outdoor patio. Tickets are $1.10 p r couple and can be obtained from any member or at the door. Don't forget now. we'll be keep you ; looking for you. and you. and b ^^^^^^^^\ii^ w c^n^" ^mZw^srj^sssssA^ t he hoM two davs allotted tr, ih m „„r %  :•.,' %  """•" -.'acuupaiion ot tnis comm: iwo aays allotted to the meetj emphasis could no; be placed up| their fine and successful ing. The ili^ 8 *^**?!.* .Yf L u fand .. sound ; exactly as busy as you want to I you. Incidentally the next regular %  meeting will be held this coming onday evening, August 5th at home of Rhea Epstein. 1461 W. 1st St. Harriet Damenstein arranged an interesting proThe Hotel will serve breakfast %  8 ram so come on girls and enentertainment on the value of this work and ; to kill and eiiori at 35c. bOv. and 7 5c In the even 'joy yourselves. features the fact that these our future pieces of legislation brought to n.w.--. --_.? st .., ever offerc o! a leaders.in their respective com-1 the congress and designed .ess and designed bv d w ihe hotel allcr Ule nven.ion convention which should prov District convention from the munities. return to their homes j crackpots to bnntr iiai-rtsnni nn lh y lla ve agreed to permit us to outstanding in many standpoint of cultural enlightenwith an enlightened and broad' ur people stay for lne sum of $ 5 60 a day. a nd at the same time merit in addition to the usual cned viewpoint toward their re-' i ,„;-i, ;, _. „ -, American dining and dancing. Too much ligion and their historv. ,-t.i !_ A*. crc P oss olc to set a ll meals. respects day. ar >d a' the same time taki adincludes vantage of the facilities and i •tivities of the beautiful Hollyplan. which Too much Ugion and their history. reThis student work is remov' on "the i ur *"" 1 did m.misunderetnndinB and irmorwork and the appropriation rf f r d f Bte and tht ">e I • • • ^r"„ p ..." on ot amount lor their wives, and S4 The B nai B nth bowling t am non-delegates. When you is taking shape and is meeting SeSive"" coI^tie! n wh^ !" S ~*** •* %  remov "' ^^ !" "~An Opportunity To Serve Your Country BNAI B'RITH URGES ALL AMERICANS OF GREATER MIAMI Between The Ages Of 18 and 45 Y TO JOIN THE ears MCALLISTER VOLUNTEERS IN AFFILIATING WITH THE McALLISTER VOLUNTEERS YOU WILL RECEIVE PRACTICAL MILITARY TRAINING WITHOUT ACTUAL ENLISTMENT IN REGULAR ARMY Americanism Committee B'NAI B'RITH SHOLEM LODGE NO. 1024 consider thai this registration regularly every Thursday r, fee will cover the cost of a banat tht Miami Recreation Alleys quit and two luncheons you vsn, under the supervision and L readily understand how reasonanct> f Brother Marty Milst in able it actually is, While this Brother Milsti>in has asked fee is slightly more than what to suggest that more of you has been charged at previous low s come out to bow), so conventions, we hope to offer you h( -' will have about 25 or 30 from so much more that it will more which to form teams. than compensate. • • • We will have two of the out ur nox regular meeting v-'l standing men in America to adDe held on Tuesday. August '3"!, dress us at the banquet and one at 8:00 P. M. The place w i ot the luncheons, and. with the announced next week.' business activities to be transBe sure to attend the meeti i • act.-d. it will really be full and as important business will : • complete. taken up at the meeting, ine: We want a'l the brethren to ">g the coming convention come and we want them to brin their wives if they possibly can. Our Ladies Auxiliary is making active preparations lor a whirlwind of entertainment for th m and, believe you me. this will be the most thrilling and productive, convention ever held E. ALBERT PALLOT. Chairman, State Federation Convention Committee in Mldmi • • • It would be impossible for me to add anything to what Brother rai.ot has said COnccminS the convention those ... you who desire to attend the convention as delegates, pleasecommunicate immediately with w5fi£ Al Pallot so lhat he ma ? include you as such delegates write to Brother Pallot at the Ingnham Building, or else call n„ i ,.' P crsona "y I can sec no better way to spend the Labor ,Day week-end than to attend this laBBSBBBWrMBMt.Tiwm 'fwmmninii — w w nw ii m i— iiaimim m.u nmu. t ->



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FRIDAY, AUGUST 2. 1940 vJenist; MurtidMain PAGE SEVEN f THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Reception Was Huge Success Those of you nice folks that turned out at the Y Installation last Sunday at the Tides are in the camp will have a part in the play. More details later. Maurice Grossman, executive director, announces that many of the camp projects will be continued during the fall and winhereby officially thanked for doter season jf sufticient parents ing so. According to comment evince enough intercst in the heard around town, I m sure you samc The Arts and Crafls de all had a swell time 1 was singled parlment will bc continued for ,,ut by the committee to make one hour wock after schoo the annual presentation to the hours i t is also planned to have outgoing president, and 1 don t a c ass in vio m and a class in mind saying I became stagei t and ba „ room dancing. struck when called upon and ] a is requesled that all persons faih ci to do justice to the task as. mtcrested communicate with Mr. v:-n.d me. At this time l want I Grossman so that c i asS es may be to apologize to Al Pallot and tell arrangt d i.im tnrough ^\ !" d > u !" w £ !" Junior Division Will Sponsor I fee! much at home, our deep Rarn nance Auaust 2 £ appreciation for the splendid News Around Town Mickey Lubel, athletic director of the Y, who with H. Milkr. is connected with the While Swan Linen Supply Laundry, has ofiered to give the Y free service delivery on their towels, etc. Attention board members: On next Wednesday a regular board o'f directors meeting will be held at the Y club rooms. Many important matters to be discussed, r'lease attend. Y. M. H. A. Duckpin Bowling Leaguo Team standings for eight weeks. July 30, 1940. Jack Apte, manager. feam W Supermen 17 Demons 13 Bombers ... 12 Rangers 12 Silverstreaks 10 Blackies 8 Individual members' standing: Player G b AV. Sam Seitlin 5 554 Sam Tendrich 24 2485 Al Berkowitz i4 iiod Hal Levinson 21 2113 '.oui* Sp"ctor .. 15 1445 CALENDAR OF EVENTS The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the benefit of all organizations in Greater Miami, depends (or its success upon the continued co operation of every group in the community. Dates for next week's issue should be in the ofnee by Wednesday morningTo avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as possible. The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141, which conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in the matter of clearing dates. L 7 11 12 12 14 16 BETH IA.COB HEBREW SCHOOL Miami Section Legislation and open every week In the year and Study Croups at the home of Mrs. Sunday Sessions benin Sunday C. H. &{"•&,„_,.,_ „„„,„„ „., morning:, October 2". ISMO, MUIIIIK EVERY WEDNESDAY — Senior HaSunday morning, May 2r,th, mil. daseah Sewing Group, rrom 9 lo 4 EVERY -MONDAY MORNING—-Tern. pie Israel Sisterhood Sewing Classes benefit Iti-<1 Cross, at Kaplan Hall. EVERY MONDAY EVENING—Y. W. II. Ai liowlinK games. SECOND AND FOURTH TUESDAYS of each month, regular meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nal B'rlth. EVERY TUESDAY EVENING — Y. W. II. A. Athletics at Y Clulnoonis. EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING— National O'Uiiiii of Jewish \\ jmell 110 103 AUGUST r. M at Temple Israel Veatry Room, benefit lifd Cross EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON— Y. W. II. A. Sewing Classes benefit Red Croat at Y t'luiiioomn. EVERY THURSDAY EVENING— B n.ii B'rlth bowling games at .Miami Recreation Center T:>0 p. m. EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON The Spinoaa Forum at :i o'clock, on the lawn of In. Abraham Wolfaon a home, i""/ I'olllni Ave., Miami Beach. H 24 24 24 22 21 11 6 24 11 10 24 18 W. Mackauf H. Berkowitz I. Querido 15 Al Rcisman 7 Murray Apte P. Silverman ,rk he has rendered to the Y. This group is planning an Old Joe Berman 12 1158 \' H A as president for two Fashioned Barn Dance tor WtaJ.iauj o_..wanz t-rms. and the success he has nesday. August 28th. Miss Mar-| Abe Berkowitz ... heloed bring to the "Y" through garet Horowitz is chairman of (Murray Streit his ability and prestige. Good the committee that is busy makLeroy Feldman nek again Al. and may you use ing arrangements. While plans | Abe Silver that coif bag in the best of are not as yet completed, it is Abe Winer 1 always. | t nc intention of the committee to %  Sam Beckman make this a real Old Fashioned I L.eo Lipowsky .... The Man | Barn Dance. The place will be ( Sol Levin Th< re's a man that's been com' decorated with hay. harness and H. Waiisman i-ie to the Y M. H. A. each and other farm implements. Keep Jules Spector ry day for the past two years. I this date open. More details lat' Tries'.' of us who come to the Y er. know him well as a swell person. Forum Group Discusses Wartime a ways ready to aid anyone and Problems everyone when possible. He has A t tnc j ast meeting of this I t n a bulwark in the steady group the topic of discussion was irowth of the organization since 1 -should the United States Help J 1 ? 0 A P te .,. 1. • became our executive director Great Britain by Sending Ships %  Goldsmith i.'. years ago. and I believe this i from Our Navy." Many interest at B'umberg would be but a small piece of { in „ ang les on this topic were disw Liberoff IS I Jib gratitude for his fine services. cussed, by the members. This -viarvin Kubin b Sii In honor to the ability of this topic proV ed so interesting that rar A k Ko f. e man. and to the arduous work : tno meeting adjourned at a late Roscntnal ii he t\as done in behalf of our orno ur and tno se present decided \ f ete .y arvcU ganizal ion. the board of directors t0 con tinue the discussion the Iffy Ma yV rs t,i the Y. M. H. A. has sanctioned following meeting. .Jules Wilson .23 a night of gala activities to pay i t j s planned to have this group : Geo. Davis K> homage to our executive director, discuss a topic on the radio in ^ou Sawn M Mr. Maurice Grossman. It is our tne nca r future. i "fTy Kamins 18 intention, that on this "Maurice Boat Ride Scheduled for Aug. 11 Al Duhler 12 Grossman Night." each of you, There arc but a few tickets Geo. Wolpcrt 1 who have not had the pleasure lcfl for tnc boat ride sponsored M. Friedman 12 heretofore will become acquaint, by the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. for Mike Adler td with Mr. Grossman. I August 11th. Call the Y office 'Marvin Apte ld at once and make vour reservaMickey Lubel 24 24 20 24 18 ZJol 2329 2267 2256 2069 1992 1039 569 2235 1033 934 2198 1646 1379 637 2114 2162 1745 20J6 1570 lui 100 I 99 98 I !), 97 94 94 94 94 94 94 93 93 9o 91 91 91 91 83 90 87 87 87 87 87 4—Workmen's Circle Affair— Date announced. 4—Miami Section Nat'l. Council Jewish Juniors Charity Boat Ride aboard Yacht Osceola, City Yacht Basin, at 8:30 p. m. 14—Sr. Hadassah all day Board meeting at home of Mrs. Samuel Simonoff, president. 20—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Succoth Party. 20—Pioneer Womens Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami, Dinner. 7—Beth David Congregational 27—Beth Jacob Religious School Dinner at Beth David TalInduction Exercises, mud Torah auditorium. 28—Sr. Hadassah Installation 11—Y. M. H. A. Moonlight Sail Brunch in Cromwell Hotel aboard Yacht Biscayne at 9 Gardens. p. m. 30—Nat'l. Council Jewish Wom12—Ladies Auxiliary J. W. V. en Miami Section Board Boat Ride and evening of Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon, entertainment aboard Yacht NOVEMBER Seven Seas. 1—And every Friday thereafter 13—Workmen's Circle Affair— tnrough the month of April, Date announced. Nat'l. Council of Jewish Wo'8—Jr. Hadassah Administration men Miami Section, general Dance. Hotel Cromwell. meeting. Let's all jump on the Y bandat once an d make your reservan and give a real leader an horn s'.-to-goodness treat. T II following poem came as ;,'i .i.-piration to the poetess after witnessing the Y. W.'s first i... M .ait as bowlers: tions or you may be among those who "were not present." New Duckpin Heroes Allie Berkowitz and Sam Seitlin outdid themselves as they bowled sets of 348 and 346 to help their teams win. Dr. Sam Beckman. Y prezz and Milton 16 3 B. Schweitzer .. 16 A. Rreilich 6 O. Argintar .... 3 436 2071 2084 87 1950 1272 1695 1527 1012 84 1004 164 12U7 237 1246 445 159 20—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew10—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, ish Orthodox Congregation Boat Ride. Cafeteria Supper. 24—Beth David Sisterhood Barn 24—Pioneer Women's OrganizaDance and Fair. tion for Palestine of Greater 87 29—Beth David Sisterhood Cha86 86 87 84 84 84 84 84 84 Si 82 81 79 Miami, Literary evening. Y. W. H. A. NOTES Joffe Reception September 8th The Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. are planning a reception in honor of nukah Dinner. 26—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewp FMR _„ ish Orthodox Congregation SEPTEMBER Membership Tea. 15—Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew27—Nat'l. Council Jewish Womish Orthodox Congregation, en Miami Section Board Evening of Games. Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon. 15—M. B. Habonoth Meeting ev27—Sr. Hadassah Donor Dinner ery Monday night starting Dance at Hollywood Beach this date. Hotel. 17—Freda Markowitz Post No. 28—Junior Hadassah Annual 174 J. W. V. and Auxiliary Thanksgiving Turkey Trot. Boat Ride. Seven Seas. DECEMBER Congregation Synagogucwish 4 Nat -. Council Jewish Worn77 i 22—Miami Jewish Orthodox Conen Genera i Meeting 2 p. m. 74 gregation Synagogue Dedi2 6—M. B. Habanoth Chanukah „ nation • „, Entertainment. 25—Nat 1. Coun. Jewish Women 2 8—Ladies Auxiliary Miami JeyMiami Section opening Fall jsn Orthodox Congregation. meeting. Board Meeting 10 2 8—Beth Jacob Religious School a. m. followed by luncheon and general meeting. OCTOBER 5—M. B. Mizrachi. Men and Women's Divisions, Opening meeting. 53 Chanukah Affair. 29—M. B. Mizrachi Latkeh party. 29—Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine of Greater Miami. Chanukah Latkeh and Card Party. tr is the musical director. The iously awaiting me organization ..• constructcd Athletic Field. and Crafts department, unof the B nai B nth bowling team More dela||s wi|1 be anno unced r the direction of Miss Franas they would like new fields aUr Ginsberg is making the costo conquer. Just can t wait until (ContinU ed on Page 8) for the play. Every child next Tuesdays games. Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGECO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corr.ed Beef Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meats 37th and Normal Ave. Chicago V*-*-* -"*-^-* -* -^-^, -* -^-^**-***^* *-* ^*^* ** •"'. • *-' '"-— i



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PAGE EIGHT *Jewisti fk>rid/an FRIDAY. AUGUST 2. 1940 'THE Y. M. H. A.j NOTES Moonlight Sail Mrs. Mildred Rubenstein will assist as chairman of the Women's committee, in aiding the men on their moonlight sail aboard the yacht Biscayne, August 11th. An entertaining time is promised and reservations are limited, so if you want to come, phone in now. • • • News Miss Frances Ginsberg was elected to the Y. W. board of directors at a board meeting held Wednesday evening to replace the vacancy created by Mrs. Sam Ehrlich. The regular meeting will be held August 21st and the board will meet August 14, both meetings to be held at the Y clubrooms. • • • Music Group The next .neeting of the music appreciation group will be held at the Y August 7th. Phone Miss Lee Rabinowitz, chairman, for details of this club at 3-3400. • • • Bowling The ladies bowling teams will meet again Monday evening at the Miami Recreation Center. Mrs. Essie Sehaeffer is in charge. I STUDYING CASE OF NAZI CONSUL RIEO JEREMIAH AND BARUCH Book Club Tiie Book of the Month Club will meet August 14th. Details later. • • • The Y. W. H. A. Bowling Team by Sylvia Abrams Washington (WNS)—The case of Dr. Frederick Ried, Nazi consul attached to the German consulate in New York following his ouster from Brazil because of his fifth column activities, is under consideration by the State Department. Sumner Welles, acting Secretary of State, announced at a press conference. The State Department has rcceived many requests for an inI vestigation of the Nazi diplomat, who slipped into the United States after Brazil charged that he had promoted the sale of a pro-Nazi newspaper in that country. Leading the demand for an inj vestigation was the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League, which advcised the State Department that Dr. Ried was coming to New York to take over some of the activities of Nazi Consul Dr. I "" w Fr.edhelm Draeger. Tisha vffZi^SZXRSBK*. "T.T V 16 ?&g*J*&L i J conneclion with ,h observance of Iisna BAv on August 13th, is a call of the Jewish National Fund urging further popular lUBMrt In a wire to the State Depart• wartime program of the Jewish people's Fund for the acquisition of new land in the JiwUh K ment. the League said: tional Home in Palestine. It enacts the historic scene which took place in the "King's Court of Vif" u/'i. Jerusalem during the siege and shortly before the fall of Judaea's capital Ra r, W K %  2 H .' y Cl,y Wa Und r Sie9e Jererniah obeying a divine command, sent for his dwciala Baruch in order to execute a deed concerning the purchase by him of a tract of land in Anathoth th! orophet s birthplace. Handing the deed to Baruch. Jeremiah then uttered this prophetic message MEANING NOW "In view of the State Department's recent warning that consular officials who interfere in our internal affairs will be asked to leave the U. S.. the Non-Stctarian Anti-Nazi League urges that prompt action be taken to investigate the activities of Dr. —• 3 ...—— WMW.UJ -wi...ci then uttered (seen above in its Hebrew text) as recorded in Jeremiah XXXII. IS: and 'Sds'and^eyirdl^n^hUUnd" 0545 "" ^ '" %  ^ a9ai %  taU *•" b b "^ -uses The women met on Monday night Friederich Ried. If he does not KlMUllllll II-.11••*. n nJ.v_ Bowling was in order Some to lose a little weight Some for fun and laughter. take over certain of the activities of Dr. Friedhelm Draeger (about whose activities in behalf of the Nationjlist Socialist Party work we have sent you documentary evidence) he will probably occppy the position of confidential "Fifth Column Advisor" to Consul-General Borchers. "A man whose activities in behalf of the Nazi zovcrnment and Mrs. Engels had but one concern j ideology resulted in his being Jo fLThe he co!]rd Sb g a a n z d e on^Sy H ^ f S T WhJd A J he was stationed should be Want to know just what we did? How we ranked and scored? This is all about us And I hope you won't be bored. Mrs. Hurwitz topped the score With her energy and skill; Mrs. Schaffer smilingly took our coins To straighten out the bill. ORDER CONDEMNS PLAIN TALK And appreciate her even more. Mrs. Dinsmore and Miss Levy At first were quite distressed But with Mr. Apte's instruction I bet they'll beat the rest. Miss Abrams claimed her bowling form Once had earned her praiseFunny that her build up Is so different from her plays. Miss Shochet and Mrs. Markowitz Some lovely balls did throw Mrs. Silverstein did very well The game—she seems to know. Quite nonchalant and modest too Mrs. Apte scored a lovely game But look at her incentive The prestige of "that" name. Mrs. Berman and Mrs. Rubenstein Joined in the second game They bear careful watching These girls are not so tame. : watched in the U. i propaganda is on S. where Nazi the upswing." DR. WISE NAMED ON REFUGEE BOARD Miss Rothstein hit a perfect strike On her very first throwWhen we asked her the secret She didn't seem to know. Cooperation and sportsmanship Really ruled that night An evening of refreshing fun That brought us all delight. • • • The first week's scores follow: Player 1st G 2nd G Avg P'ayw 1st 2nd Avg. New York (WNS)—Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the American Jewish Congress, has been named a member of the board of directors of the United ; States Committee to Care for %  European Children, it was an| nounced. Mrs. Wise, president of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress, has been an active member of the body since its inception. It was expected that hundreds Jf homes would be offered to the committee for the care of the children by the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress. Madison. Wis. (WNS)—The National Italian American Civic League, at its annual convention :iere, adopted a resolution condemning "the abusive and fals. propaganda and artificially inspired race hatred, and religious discrimination by enemies of democracy." The resolution, which decries racial haired and "propaganda evellcd at the citizens of the Jewish faith in America," said the National Italian-American Civic League "would combat tins vil with all means at our command." The resolution charged that "religious discrimination is sown oy enemies of democracy who seek in this fashion to destroy American national unity." It also made mention of the "harmony and cooperation in which people of Italian and Jewish descent have lived in America for generations." (Continue,! from Page 4) of children being born. If people like Ellen weren't being born we should have to invent something to assure us that God still reigns on earth and that there is something to live for left. If the birth of all Ellens were suspended there wouldn't be anything left to live for in the world as it is. Then we could say. to hell with everything. Let the bombs fly and let devastation devour the earth and let's have a quick life and a merry one before doomsday. Let's get drunk for tomorrow we die and li we live—to wiiat end except a life managed by brutalitarians? exercised by an infant has tr.rn.sported him to fairyland far beyond all the dreadful realities. That may be so but it is nev< rtheless true that the presence of children in it alone provides .< motive for older people to be brave and eager in the world s it is. We are on a burning shio and we older people may as well be consumed since we didn't have good sense enough to keep tne boat from catching fire. But there are children aboard and for their sake we apply our spirits courageously to put the fire out. We hope to put the fire out and c .v! b u !, ld a *ood new ship for the children. That's about the only incentive left for living. So thanks to Ellen who g he old man an excuse fur livi thanks to all the Ellens whose presence in the current cha rves at least to provide :•. with something of design. Statistically speaking of our The continuous arrival of new | omuiucauy Ellens brings us solemn obligaE1| cn. she now weighs aim. -ions to make life good again m Pounds, twice her weieht ai R H. s. R. T. P. S. E. F. A Spector 76 Markowitz 67 Abrams 77 Hurwitz 65 Silverstein 70 Reisman 60 Steinberg 78 Schaffer Ginsberg Jacobs J. Rosenthal S. Shochet E. Isenberg P. Ginsberg E. Schwartz S. Klein 57 55 46 54 52 56 52 45 47 M Rubenstein 45 Everyone welcomed to play if iemale. ENGLAND. GERMANY TALK EXCHANGES Jerusalem (WNS)—Great Britain and Germany have opened negotiations for the release of Palestine citizens intenred for -he duration of the war in Nazi Germany o r German-occupied territories in exchange for Gernan citizens arrested in Palestine. The exchanges will apply >nly to women and children and men over 60 years or under 18 : years. good aga the world. Their bright smiles bespeak a faith which we must not betray; their wide iyes as much as say to a man that he and all the other people certainly must do something about the pain of mankind. There is the .lash of the Commandments in hen; eyes. These Ellens must lot inherit today's evils. Well, many people will say r-!L S JUSt a hypnotized .randpa speaking, that tne spell birth. I that next a EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Emanary I roprietors S-..,r Full (>,•!,> ^Hreadimr and Vulcanizing t-sed Tires-I{ar K ains Koad Service 400-15 Fiat Tires The Only Place in Town Who Makes Them 1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-0673 Igj am reliably informed week she is taking up vegetable diet, including spinach. I'sycnologically. she na, „. come alert to a variety ot impressions including myseli NOW, to reply directly to Ruth whose letter responsible for ; I this. I say Yes. by all ,i a ~ ,. ,ld lf >' ou can bring another Ellen into the wor* to •uok at and to get religion fr >m. (I shall be happy to ret ive announcement ot your Ellen's arrival gift.) and to present her i %  .i Have Tried the Now Try the Best MEALS IN TOWN Ue-,1 HOWELL'S RESTAURANT '013 N. E. 1st Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA "Prices that Are Right" REV. DR. JOSEPH L. BARON Editor and compiler of "Candles ?.i! -"i"'" n w P u W>cation of the Jewuh Publication Society WOLPERT'S FURNITURE* BARGAINS! "We Refuse To Be Undersold 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHOUt 3-4132 • Be Charming— Be Bright Drink MUX Feel Right *^3


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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VOLUME 13No. 26
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1940
PRICE 10 CENTS
I DEFENSE FUND GOES
TO WAR RELIEF WORK
JEWS RETURN 10
NAZIS HAVE STRASSER;
GRYNSZPAN IS IN PARIS
I RAID KILLS 4G
New York (WNS)The Journ-
alists' Defense Fund, organized
to raise money for the defense of
Herschel Grynszpan, young Pol-
Haifa (WNS)Defense prepa- Wl Jew who killed Ernst vom
rations were speeded up as the Rath, Nazi attache in Paris has
country mourned the death of 46 more than S7.500 waiting in this
persons, including 18 Jews, vie- country for his defense, .1 was
tints of the second Italian air announced lure.
raid on Haifa in ten days. Eighty- A spokesman for the funci said
eight persons were injured, most tll:it l's money would be held
ol them seriously. until it was definitely established
Grief gave way to anger when that Grynszpan had been cap-
it was learned that all the vie- lured by the Nazis at which
tuns with the exception of five time ,lu' money would probably
policemen, were civilians. Moshe be used for war relief work
Shertek, head of the political de- More than S35.000 nas been
partment of the Jewish Agency, raised for the defense of UK-
sped to Haifa from Jerusalem young Polish Jew. Five thousand
shortly after the raid to extend dollars was sent to Paris to COV-
his condolences to the families of er his initial lawyers' fees. When
the bombing victims. trial *as postponed indefi-
Ten Italian bombers partici- nitely, a good part of the money
pated in the raid, dropping be- was devoted for war rehei
tween 80 and 100 bombs in and I" December. 1938. Grynszpar.
around Haifa harbor. The raid- wrote l" officials of the fund
ers were driven off by anti-air-1here suggesting that the monoy
craft batteries before much prop- should be used for the "1.200 in
erty damage was done. nocemt Jews robbed and exiled
Many bombs fell into the sea, and suffering frofm cold and
one of'them hitting a fishing ves- hunger on the Polish border.
sel and killing two Arab fisher- ir0MpTTTC0BY T BROR
men Another exploded in the CJ^pU^OHY LABOR
street, killing a truck driver. The FOR SLOVAKIAN JEWS
bombers came in two waves, the 1 Lisbon (Wi\b> All Jews of
first squadron concentrating on! Slovakia, between the ages of 18
the Bay of Haifa and the other anj 50 nave been ordered to reg-
en the suburban districts of this jstl,r for compulsory labor, ac-
port city. 'cording to a Nazi radio report.
(According to Palcor News tik. new order reduces the Jew-
Agency one bomb was dropped jsn population to virtual slave
mar Hadar Hacarmel. the mod- .status. The Nazis first introduced
ern residential Jewish quarter, compulsory labor for Jews in
and brought death to three per- Nazi-occupied Poland,
sonsa 22-year-old Jewish girl,
Sarah Elgelstein. a 32-ycar-old
Jewish driver. Israel Glick. and
13-year-old Moshe Wechsler.
Palcor reported also that on
the morning the Italian bombers
appeared over Haifa air-raid si-
r< ns sounded in Tel Aviv but the
all-char signal sounded shortly
afterwards.) .
An official British communique
charged that most of the targets
of the bombers were non-military
objectives, accounting for the
high proportion of civilian cas-
ualties.
The tension caused in the Holy
Land by the air raid was height-
ened when earthquakes rocked
Haifa and Safad, the second time
this year that Haifa has been
shaken. The earthquake did no
damage.
I
London (WNS) The Nazis
have captured Oito Strasser, ex-
il' d anti-Nazi leader who is ac-
cused by the Gestapo of organiz-
ing the Munich bomb plot
against Hitler last year, it
reported here. Nazi secret po-
lice si ized Strasser when they
it
London (WNS)The Ministry
of the Interior has decreed that
all Jews who fled from Bessar-
abia and northern Bukovina pri-
or to the Soviet occupation, must entered Paris,
return to those areas within five i Confirming earlier reports,
clays, under penalty of intern-I was |earned that Nazi troops
ment or expulsion from the coun- found Herschel Grynszpan. young
try, it was reported here. p,,lish JeWi in La Sanle prison
Meanwhile, it was reported, where he was awaiting trial for
the Soviet authorities are check- the killing of Ernst vom Rath, a
ing on the origin of all Ruman- German embassy attache. The
ians in Bessarabia and northern report said that the Nazis are
Bukovina and returning to Ru- holding Grynszpan for trial,
mama all those who were no. \ Hermann Rauschning. self-ex-
born in the occupied provinces. jjed anti-Nazi writer, was report-
REACH PALESTINE
Rehoboth (WNS-Palcor Agon-
was cy)After almost two months of
HERZL AND BIALIK
The Rumanian military 'i
thorities have evacuated all Jews
living in the frontier zones. A
Jewish relief committee was or-
ganized immediately to aid the
evacuees.
Earlier the Rumanian Minis-
ter of Finance George Leon an-
nounced that all Jewish officials
will be dismissed from their
posts,
Despite official promises that
the anti-Semitic press would be
curbed, newspapers throughout
Rumania are continuing their vi-
olently anti-Semitic campaigns,
i concentrating on Chief Rabbi Al-
exander Safran and Dr. William
Fildermann, president of the Un-
' ion of Rumanian Jews.
The anti-Semitic newspaper
' 'orunca Vramn this week warned
Rumanian Jews that old ac-
counts would be settled, claiming
1 that Great Britain and France no
longer have any influence in Eu-
rope and that the United States
is too far away to help the Jews
' >f Rumania.
military au- 1 t.d lo have escaped to London.
DEPUTIES GREET
JEWISH SOLDIERS
London (WNS)The Jewish
Board of Deputies formally
greeted the thousands of Jewish
soldiers from Palestine. Poland
and Czechoslovakia now sta-
tioned in London. Meeting in
regular session, the board also
extended its greetings to the new
provisional Czechoslovakia gov
eminent In exile.
Recommendations concerning
the treatment of anti-Nazi alii n
were disccussed and forwarded
.0 the advisory committee hand-
ling the probltm of refugees
from Nazism now in England.
DUTCH AGITATE
AGAINST "ARYANS'
Lisbon (WNS) Dutch Nazis
have launched a campaign for
the introduction in Holland of
the "Aryan" principles, it was
reported here. The Nazis insist
that the government trace the
family background of all citizens
to determine the number of non-
Aryans.
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)Men and women in all parts
of Eretz Israel gathered this
week to honor the memories of
, the founder of political Zionism
and of the Hebrew poet laureate
who contributed so largely to the
revitalization of the Jewish na-
; tional tongue
Many of those who attended
the memorial meetings that
Imarked the anniversaries of the
deaths of Theodor Herzl in 1904
and of Chain Nachman Bialik
thirty years later were persons
who could have found no refuge
from Nazi persecution save in
the haven of the Jewish Natianal
Home developed in the vision of
Herzl. Reverent crowds, highly
sensible of that historic destiny
to guard the ideals of country
and language symbolized by the
leaders they had gathered to re-
member, packed the Great Syn-
agogue in Tel Aviv, the Jewish
Agency Hall in Jerusalem and
other places of assemblage
throughout the country.
Dr. Isaac Gruenbaum. of the
ORDER SPONSORS
GUARD DEFENSE
FOR
Y ARE READY
E
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith
Americanization committee has
this week started making efforts
.0 attain additional affiliations
for the McAllister Home Guard
Defense. The McAllister Unit
has the active support of Miami
being shunted about in Mediter-
ranean waters from port to pel"..
157 Jewish immigrants who left
Trieste on the steamer Rodi at
the end of May have at last set
foot on Palestine's soil, ending;
a voyage filled with drama of a
sort unusual even in these days.
It was on June 7th that the
Italian steamer Rodi approach! ,1
so close to Haifa harbor that
word spread that the refuges
aboard had already disembark.d.
But the next day it was revealed
that instead of steaming into the
harbor itself, the boat had been
ordered to turn about and return
, to Rhodes, and thence to proceed
directly to Italy.
The news spread consternation
in Palestineboth among those
who had been awaiting the Jew-
ish immigrants and among the
many Italian residents here, in-
cluding the Consul General, who
had expected to leave for Ita'y
on the Rodi while there was yet
time before the entry of Ita /
into the war. Consequently,
Italy's d.-cla.ation of h s illti'S o ,
June 10 found these Italians
stranded in Palestine, and many
I of them were immediately in-
terned.
Meanwhile the Jewish refugei S
on the Rodi did not reach Rhodev
for the boat was seized by the
British and taken to Malta.
There, according to the stun, s
related by the newcomers, th
immigrants experienced many
air raids. Then, enroute again
to Egypt under British protec-
tion, they witnessed the sinking
of three Italian submarines by
British destroyers.
A week ago the pilg
reached Egypt: and 52 exciting
and adventure-filled days after
leaving Trieste, they final'
Washington (WNS)The us<
, of ships f lying the American
iflag to evacuate children undei
16 years of age from Great Brit-
ain, France and Belgium is de
pendent on the vaildi'y oi as- rived at their goal. Eretz
surances of safe conduct f >r thi
ship-. President Rooscvcl' told a
press conference lure.
While the House For. igu Af-
fairs Committee approved a oil
permitting United States ships U
The wanderers had nothing but
the highest praise for the excel-
lent treatment accorded them
along the whole route by th.>
British authorities who had tak-
en charge of their destiny.
Chapter of the U. S. Organized evacuate refugee cnildren pro-
Reserves. City and County offi- viding assurances of safe passage
, a .,11 nator are given by the governments in-
cials, newspapers and ill veter- .? ,. .,,. ... .
VOlved in the war. the Piesiden.
an organizations. Organized on-I ^^ ou{ ^ Hgnn ro,uonsl.
>1y twa months ago the Unit ha8|bility" involved in such a pro-
Imore than 350 members who re- gram.
ceive the nucleus of army train- 1 Thp Prosident ins-isWd that
ing in addition to technical J^^ bp a reasonable certainty
FRENCH JEWS FEAR
ANTI-SEMITIC ACTS
courses in radio, telephone, heli-
ograph. Additional courses are
now under consideration. The
McAllister Home Guard Defense
meets once a week, on Monday j jJJJj
nights at the Dade County Arm-
N. W. 7th Ave and 28th
that American ships could call
!for the children at designated
j embarcation ports and get out
without being torpedoed or
The Nazis claim that many
Jews fled from Spain during the j Jewish Agency Executive, pre-
Inquisition about 450 years ago j sided over the Jerusalem meet-
and made their way to Holland
where they married non-Jewish
wives. A careful survey will dis-
clcose, the Nazis state, that many
Hollanders who consider them-
selves "pure" Aryans are actu-
rifally Jewish.
:, at which tribute was paid
to the political genius of Herzl
and the literary genius of Bialik
Keren Hayesed, and Abraham
by Leib Jaffee, director of the
Loewensohn, veteran Labor ed-
itor.
ory.
Street. Training received in
event of draft, will prove to be of
'estimable value, and does not in
any way make those joining sub-
ject to call by the.government.
Those desiring to join or wanting
further information are asked lo
contact Mr. Nat Roth, who may
be reached by calling 2-4243. or
by calling The Jewish Floridian.
2-1141.
Mr. Roosevelt referred to the
fate of the French liner Meknes.
which was torpedoed by Nazi
warships while repatriating the
French nationals from England,
as an example of the responsibil-
ities involved in the evacuation
Meanwhile, refugee agencies
have prepared lists of 10,000 chil-
dren whose passports are in ord-
er and who are ready to be evac-
uated to this continent.
London (WNS) Considerable-
apprehension was expressed in
Jewish circles here over the plan
of Marshal Petain to institute 1
\comprehensive anti-Semitic pro-
gram throughout France and the
French possessions.
It was understood here that
the totalitarian Petain Govern-
ment has been under increasing;
pressure from the Nazi govern-
ment to adopt the official Nazi
attitude toward the Jews.
According to one report the
anti-Semitic program, now und-
er consideration by the govern-
ment at Vichy, will eliminate al!
Jews from the cultural and pro-
fessional circles of Franco and
her possessions. It is doubUul,
however, whether the Petain re-
gime will adopt the "Aryan"
clauses of the Nuremberg laws.
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*Jen ist fkrirfiam
FRIDAY. AUGUST 2, 1940
Haw York Headquarters of Tau
Epsilon Phi. national college fra-
Urnity, has announced the ap-
p intment of Louis Heiman.
prominent Miami attorney, as
p rmanent chairman of the 1*40
Rational Convention. The cor-
vention has been set for Decent -
l r 27. 28. 29. and 30. 1M0 with
the Hollywood Beach Hotel as
i.invention headquarters. Mer.i-
i era from seven foreign cpur:
tries as well as every state in
the union will gather in Miami
to celebrate the thirtieth birth-
day of the founding of the fra-
ternity. They will also attend
the nineteenth Grand Chapter
meeting to honor the founders of
the order. Mr. Heiman. wh) has
been acting chairman, an-
nounced the members of his
committee. He designated the
lost chapters for the convention
as Tau Alpha Chapter. Univer-
sity of Florida, and Tau XI Chap-
t r, University of Miami. Mem-
bers on his national convention
committee are Stanley C. Myers,
Joe Davis. Al Dubbin. Aaron
t ioldenblank, Joe Schwartz, J.
Kirchik. Sidney Segall. Sid Ross,
Leonard Greenblatt. Art Kuhn.
Dr. Leo Kupper. Dr. Irving Gor-
. in. Dr. Joseph Pomerance. and
Fred Nesbitt, all of Miami; Major
I.I. J. Mackler and Morris Ben-
ii t. of Tampa; Geoge Wolly. Or-
lando; Nathan J. Roberts. Har-
< d Cohn, Jacksonville; and
Mitchell L. A. Baumstein. Lake I
City. Pre-convention headquar- |
l rs have been set up in the Sey-
I old Building. Room 650. Con-
vention news and activities are
) resented at the weekly lunch-
eons held each Wednesday noun
at the Seven Seas Restaurant.

A large attendance composed of
quests and their friends were
present at the weiner roast given
I y the Milburn Hotel, located at I
14th Street and Ocean Drive. |
Miami Beach. Monday evening
in the outdoor patio of the Ho-
t 1. Dancing preceded and fol-
lowed the refreshments. The
Hotel, under the management of
A. Finley Binder, will hold an-
other in the series of guest part-
i shortly.

Mr. Benjamin LeVine is confined
t i his home because of an illness.

The Jewish Hour sponsored by
' Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami will be conducted
1 y Rabbi Coiman A. Zwilman
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
over Station WIOD. The guest
speaker will be Rabbi Louis Wol-
sey of Temple Rodes Shalom of
Philadelphia. Pa.

P.abbi and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan
] it Thursday for their vacation
h will be spent visiting rel-
S and friends in Savannah.
Ga., and New York, and will re-
turn to the city the early part of
ber.

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Mr. Fred Jonas, manager of the
Roystan and Royal House Apts..
was host at a card party for the
I benefit of the Red Cross. Sunday
evening. Thirty dollars was
raised and forwarded to the Red
Cross office. This is the second
| contribution sent to the Red
Cross, the first, twenty-two dol-
lars.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Davis Rayvis
and daughter Carol have return-
ed from a several week's vaca-
tion in the north where they vis-
ited in Philadelphia. New York
' and Atlantic City.

Rabbi A. S. Klcinfeld of St. Pet-
ersburg is visiting in Miami
where he will remain for several
weeks.

Mrs. R. Myers of Greensboro. N.
C. is visiting in Miami as guest
of her sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman.
Mrs, Myers was accompanied by
her son Louis and Jack Gordon.
who are staying at the Tides
Hotel.

The Bar Mitzvah of Bernard
Phillip Saffer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Saffer, will take
place Saturday morning at the
Beth Jacob Synagogue. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff
will address the boy and Bern-
ard will deliver the portion of
the week. A reception will be
given in his honor all day Sun-
day at the home. 1425 S. W. 18th
St. No invitations have been is-
sued. All friends are invited.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz re-
turned to the city from a three
week's vacation visiting in New
York. Massachusetts and New
Hampshire. While in Cambridge
they visited with their daughur
and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Saul R. Srole. Mrs. Srole was
the former Miss Myrtle Zeientz
of Miami.

Mrs. Benjamin LeVine will re-
turn to Miami Friday from Chi-
cago where she has been vaca-
tioning.

Mr. Abe Arcnovitz accompanied
by his mother in law. Mrs.
Charles Goldstein, left Sunday
for Hendersonville, N. C. where
.hey will vacation for a month.

Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper acc.om-
pani d by their sen Marshall and
iter Nancy, left Thui
for Hendersonville, N. C. wh n
they will remain tor five week-.
Dr. Pepper will leave lh< m and
go to Philadelphia and N York
he will visa vai
medical clinics, and then rejoin
his family in Hendersonvilie.
Rabbi and Mrs. Coiman A. Zwit-
man returned to the city from
their vacation in the north. Dur-
ing the month of July. Rabbi
Zwitman attended several con-
ferences, was elected national
vice president of the Rabbinical
Association of the Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion, participated in
the Harvard University confer-
ence on International and Relig-
ious principles and during his
I visit in New York, spoke at the
'New York World's Fair Temple
of Religion.

Mr. Henry Gabbe has left for the
' north where he will vacation for
several weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubin are va-
cationing in Hendersonville, N.
C. where they will remain for
the summer.

Mr. Mitchell Wolfson, member of
I ihe Miami Beach City Council,
will leave today for a short trip.

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will hold their first annual
boat ride party Tuesday. August
20th at 8:30 p. m.. aboard the
yacht Seven Seas. Music for
dancing will be furnished by an
orchestra and novel entertain-
ment will be presented. Sand-
wiches, drinks, etc.. will be avail-
able. In charge of arrangements
is Mrs. J. L. Jacobs, chairman,
assisted by Mesdames George
Chertkof and Victor MelL All
members are urged to attend as
the entire proceeds will be given
to the Talmud Torah Fund.

The wedding of Miss Sophie Ne-
ham. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morns Ncham of Miami Beach.
! to Sidney Letvin. son of Mrs.
Mary Letvin of Washington, D.
C. took place Sunday. June 30th
in Washington with many out-of-
town guests present. Mrs. Letvin
I is a native Miamian but has been
j residing in Washington for the
i past five years. The couple will
reside in Washington.

Mrs. Moses Pallot left Thursday
Ifor Bethlehem. Pa'., where she
will visit with her daughter and
son-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Sam
Goldstein.

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew-
; ish War Veterans will hold a
boat ride and evening of enter-
ainmant Monday, August 12th.
aboard the yacht Seven Seas.
Tickets may be obtained from
Mrs. W. M. Bergman, chairman,
Mrs. Jules Jacobs. Mrs. Henry
' r any m< mber. Pine, i da
will be used to buy new instru-
ments tor the J. W. V. Drum and
i Bugle Corps.
Mrs. Esther Eisenstein, 78, suc-
cumbed to a long illness Tuesday
night at her home, 1632 Meridian
Ave., Miami Beach. A resident
of Miami Beach for twenty
years, she was a member of the
Beth David Sisterhood and cne
of the organizers of the Chesed
Shel Emeth Sisterhood. She i1'
survived by three daughters,
Mrs. D. Brown, Mrs. Dora
Wechsler, of Miami Beach and
Mrs. Ann Jamison of Miami; and
two sons. Harry A. Eisenstein of
Miami Beach and Morton M. Eis-
enstein of Newark, N. J. Ser-
vices will be conducted by the
Miami Jewish Funeral Home to-
day at the Beth David Syna-
gogue at 11 a. m. with Rftbbi
Max Shapiro officiating. Inter-
ment will follow in the Jewish
j section of the Woodlawn ceme-
tery.
. .
Mr. and Mrs. I. Silver observed
their thirty-sixth wedding anni-
versary at a family dinner Sun-
day.

Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro and
'. children have returned to th-
city from an extended vacation
in the north visiting relatives
and friends.

;Mrs. Harry I. Magid of 1345 S.
W. 11th Terrace returned home
i after a two month's trip visiting
(throughout New England.
At an informal joint meeting
Sunday evening at the Cleve-
lander Hotel, the Royal Palm
Chapter and Miami Chapter of
A. Z. A. honored three national
A. Z. A. officials, Julius Bisno.
Ben Barkin and Max Baer. Mr."
Milton A. Friedman acted as
master of ceremonies and intro-
duced the guests of honor who
spoke. Also addressing the meet-
ing were Mr. Isaac Levin, presi-
dent of the Fifth District of B'nai
B'rith; J. Aron Abbott, president
of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith;
Mrs. Charles Ratner, Nathan Ad-
elman, Louis Heiman, Fred K.
Shochet, Sam Silver and twenty
members from various chapters.
Refreshments were served by
the hostess, Mrs. Ratner. Tues-
day evening the regular meet-
ing of A.'Z. A. was held with Dr.
Charles S. Werblow as the guest
speaker.

Mr. Herman Waitsman has re-
turned to the city after travel-
ing throughout the States for
several weeks.

Mrs. Sarah Czech is convalescing
at Dr. Sloan's Sanitorium. Cha-
teau de Sante. 6900 Coral Way.
from an illness, and will be glad
to see her friends.
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CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
i.Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
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MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
Palm Beach
Notes
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX iMAPIKU, KaDDI
4! S. W. 16th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2 2176

!
Mr. and Mrs. Al Porsoff and
family of Delray Beach are
i spending a month in the north.
Mr. M. Davidson of Miami has
left for New York where he will
join his wife who preceded him
north a few weeks ago.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
! TEMPLE ISRAEL!
1545 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi |
Rabbi's Residence: ,
919 South West 13th Court I
Phone 3-5192 j
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. in.
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 5:45
p. m.
Friday evening services: 5:30
p. ni.
Shabbes: 9:00 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. ni.
Shalush Sud'.s: 5:15 p. m.
Synagogue Completion
With the return of Rabbi Kcll-
ner expected the first part of
August the congregation will in-
ititute a membership campaign
o mark the completion of our
tew Synagogue.
Congratulations
The Congregation. Rabbi and
ifficers take this means of ex-
ending i sincere congratulations
to the Y. M. H. A. upon the in-
'stallation of their new officers.
To Mr. E. Albert Pallot, whose
nspiring leadership has brought
the organization to its present
ligh positiqn, to Dr. Samuel
Beckman, incoming president,
who rendered singularly distin-
Miss Eugenie Argintar of 419
29th street was hostess at a lun-
:heon Friday in honor of her
house guest. Miss Roberta Marks
Of Tampa. Those joining the
honor guest and hostess were the
Misses Roslyn Gruncr. Madeline
Halpem and Dorothy Dubbin.
Washington Avenue .ind Third
St.eet. Mi mi Beach
MOSES MESCHEL-OFK, Raobl I
711 Lenox Avenue I
Phone 5 1323
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor I
Phone 5-2013
945 Euclid Avenue |
Synagogue Services
Morning services: Daily at 8
Mrs. Esther Halpem and son ^ SytUrday at 8:30 a' m;
Louis left Friday by car fur
Philadelphia where they will
visit relatives and friends for
.he summer.
Mrs. Louis Shutzer and daugh-
:er Muriel have returned from
i ten weeks' stay in San Anton-
io, Texas.
Mrs. Sidney Gelders and in-
fant son. Sidney Max. returned
home fiom the Good Samaritan
hospital.
Gala Congregational Dinner
What promises to be one of the
most outstanding social affairs
during the summer season will
take place next Wednesday eve-
ning, August 7th, at the Beth
Livid Talmud Torah auditor-
ium.
A congregational dinner, top-
ped off with an excellently fast
moving fioor show, will take
place. This is the first annual
summer dinner given by the ad-
ministrative board to the mem-
bers of the congregation.
A committee, under the uole
leadership of Mr. Louis Gordon,
Is busily engaged in preparing c
dinner to satisfy the most in-
criminating. A floor show com-
posed of the most outs'anding
New York and local talent will
be presented. Other very im-
portant and amusing features
will be held. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, religious leader of the con-
gregation for several years, will
be welcomed home from his va-
cation North. The new adminis-
trative board will be presented
to the membership.
Mr. Stanley C. Myers, form-
er president of the congregation
and one of Miami's most prom-
inent attorneys, will be 'oasi-
master of the evening and in
charge of the festivities. .^Irs.
Isadore Fine, acting president of
the Sisterhood, assisted by her
committee, are busily engaged in
preparing appropriate decora-
I tions. Admission to this extra-
ordinary evening is by Invitation
only. All reservations should be
made by return of acceptance
card enclosed with letter. Those
appearing on the program are:
Gail Mack, extraordinary loos '>'' Resolution be inscribed on th
_. ,. _.,, r I Minnies i>f our l'""l o in' ii cop}1
ana taps specialist; Billy Knip- 'xuitiiiiiy nntis..-ii lx lent to tne
per, the "Original Goofus"; Kay 'harvey w
Jerome Gruncr left for Ro-
hester. N. Y.. where he wil
spend a brief vacation visiting
nis brother-in-law and sister, Mr,
uid Mrs. Pollak.
Afternoon services at 6:45 p.
m.; Friday and Saturday at 6:30
p. m.
Evening services: Daily at 7:15
p. m.; Saturday at 7:i5 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at
6:45 p. m. Rabin Mescheloff will
preach on The Portion of th;
Week."
Bar Mitzvah
The parents of Bernard Saffer
13 N E. 19th St eet
Office F-none 2-7745
1ABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D
69!!6 Indian Creek Drive61265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31st St. 2-9548
Miami
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hiilel.
Friday Evening Services
Regular Friday evening s< i-
vices will be conducted on Aug-
ust 2nd at 8:15 p* m. by Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman, who will
preach on "Cities of Refuge."
The memory of the following
will be consecrated at the s r
vices this Friday evening: Moi
invite their many friends and his idecai Weintraub. father e.f Mr.
ellow students to attend the Bai
Mitzvah ceremony to bo he-Id a
ur synagogue this Saturday-
Cantor Mamches will chant th
services. Rabbi Mescheloff wil
instruct the Bar Mitzvah after |man
his address. Refreshments wil ,ln
be served after the services.
Bernard will read the Maftir
If i m i [ /\ w Oman
Mrs. Jack Barash. her daugh- I ;rom, thc Se,er Toran Presented I Lojd sh
ter Ester, son A!b?rt. and her
Maurice Weintraub: Joseph Wi
father of Mr. Sidney Wien ami
Mr. Leonard Wien; Irving Kup-
erberg. brothe-r of Mr. Mitchell
Kuperberg; Nathan W. Mittle-
father of Mrs. Irwin Silv-
"A
pend the summer visiting rela-
tives and friends.
mother. Mrs. Salzman, le ft for
uished service in cultural en- j Brooklyn. N. Y. where they wil
deavors as well as to Mr. Gross-
man who is completing two years
if successful work with the Y.
ire send our neighborly greet-
ings and best wishes for furihei
uccess.
Best Wishes
We report with genuine re-
rets the- continued illness of our
rother L. Katz of 17;>3 S. W
>th street and pray that the Al-
nighty may grant him a speed}
,nd complete recovery,
Sisterhood
who feareth the
shall be praised."
Messrs. Edward and Richard
Meyers, sons of Mr. and Mrs. J
S. Meyers, left by boat for
.iousion. Texas, where they will
ie met by their aunt and con-
inue the trip to California.
IN MtMORIAM
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oui.,i.. with dignity during m
line and wllh a eiui :: '
Voiiei War leflet-t'.ng credit and hon
r ni.n iiiiu.-vlf and American en
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WHKRKAS, Comrade Alexatirie
Miller was .. II menibel .: our I'osi
,nd know ii i"i Ilia genei < .< il
lb mill When our Post wan si lip
-lini: for ii I.--:hii Home, A .--..,.'-..
Iiui chatted and pal I ........ '
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he ubllll ol .-in Pout. <" Hiiii..
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iierrfork BE IT iu~si >i.v;::>
IIY THE HARVEY W. HEW S I'OST
v'n :. AMKRIfAX LEGION, I'K-
PARTMENT OP !-"!.< 'It in A. MIAMI
FLORIDA, lhal In the death "f Cam-
ii.K- Alexander Miller nur ,-,,... 11
ii Eoneral and our Poel in particular
H'-it hi. death has cam ii ahi :. oi
orron......r as know'ns we have loal
:i mod cltlien and :i Irue Legrlonnalre.
BE IT PL'RTHER RESOLVEil Ih I
His i .- ? extends Its sympathi to
ili- family of th.- decenred and that
B'NAI B'RITH ADDS TO
RED CROSS FUND
An additional S! 19.00 is be-
ing turned over to the Amcri-
; can Red Cross as a part of
j the proceeds from the Hu-
i manity Bail sponsored by
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith.
Oven S2.250.00 had been prev-
iously turned in. and this sup-
plement brings the total close
to $2,400.00 given to the Red
Cross.
to the synagogue by his par- proverbs
ents two years ago as a thanks- I
giving offering to God for hav- I The Tt'mPlc Jsrael Sisterhood
ing saved Bernard's life after a sPonsors a sewing group under
serious automobile accident. W. the chairmanship of Mrs. Sam
know that this happy occasion Kalz and Mrs' Harry B^4'11- f'"'
will be a joyous event in our a,d t0 the 0VerseS refugees. Th
community. group meets every Monday in
Kaplan Hall. Sisterhood mem-
bers and friends are invited to
help in this work.
Religious School
Cantor Mamches has resumed !
instruction in our dai'y school
having returned from his vaca
tion last week. In Miss Shpall';
absence he will teach all classes
Classes are held Monday. Tues-
day, Wednesday and Thursdaj
from 9:00 to 12:00 each morning.
Children may be registered anj
week-day morning.
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL-;
Johnnie Feller Phone 3-7681
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Joy. dynamic singer of blu:>s
songs; David O'Berry, Miami's
famous baritone, and others to
be announced. It is the express
desire of the committee in charge
to open the evening on schedule Inf ''"'> A ,"'n-
time, 7 p. m., sharp. All invited
gues's are urged to guide tht-m
selves accordingly.
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li'parture from Warner Broth
rs payroll is taken as an indi
ation that the W. B.'s have giv
n up their idea of filming the
'ife of Beethoven, which Mun
las boon very anxious to play
. Hollywood still mak<-s many
i-ture'S in two versions. anti-
Hitler reference's being cut oui
n films destined for the South
American trade This because
he Nazis in Latin America have
irown so bold that anti-Hitler
ironouncemehts on the screen
iften produce riots in the audi-
ence .
ABOUT PEOPLE
The reason why Dr. Israel
Goldstein is not taking a vaca-
tion this year and is spending
:o much time in his study is tha'
he is preparing a volume of
iddresses and essays for winter
publication Arnold Schon-
berg. the ultra-modern compos-
' er. is bringing up his son and heir
to follow in his footsteps .
, Though the youngster is only
two and a half years old he's
| already learning to play the vi-
Religious School
"The study of the Torah is
more important than all else."
Talmud.
The teachers of the relij
school who have, receivi d li-
ters from the school board ai
requested to attend the confer-
ence periods next week. Mond .
to Friday mornings. Aug. 5th
through the 9th. Teachers are
requested to notify the office as
o the' day which they prefer for
heir conference. The text boo*
"The Jewish Festivals'' by II.
ISchnauss should be brought
to the Temple' office, or sent in
during the week by mail.
olin em a home-made instrument
le'ss than 12 inches long Les-
lie Howard has placed at the' rii -
posal of the Eritis!i gov rnment
all the money he brought back
with him from Hollywood,
amounting lo over a half million
smackers Congratulations t>
banker Jules Bache on his a -
proach to the status of gre;i
grandpa His granddaught; r,
Murial, who is the daughter-in-
law of General John J. Pershing,
is preparing a nursery for early
1941. .
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NUMBER 26
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VOLUME 13
FRIDAY.
AUGUST 2
PLAIN TALK!
EXCUSE FOR LIVING
By Al Segal
Ruth
A tady whose name is
and who is 26 years old and mar-
ried writes to inquire what i
think of bringing children i
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(By PHINEAS J. BIRON)
HEAR YE
DEFENDERS OF THE HOME
Elsewhere in this issue is published an advertisement cit-
ing the opportunities being offered today of joining a Home De-
fense Unit. !Xrrr'rifui ncoole are resolved not
Acknowledging whether we like to or not, that the passage ""Jgjjjg j jUllish world with
Among the Americans who have taken charge of some of
the British refugee children fortunate to have arrived on these
tlhrVrrem"worfd-- especially shores is William Paley. head of the Columbia Broadcasting
Jewish children. She herself Syslem It's the young son of England s Alfred Duff-Cooper
who is childless has been v. or- whQ hQg become a member of the Paley family for the duration
%&!?!&'SSEJffS of the war Broadway wits have evolved a new metaphor:
way things are in the world-es- "Thinner than a Nazi invasion excuse In view of Hitler s and
pecially for Jews? MusViini's recommendation thai the U. S. elect anybody but
Well. I don't think this is par- j p p r m November, a reader has sent in to us a campaign
ticularly a Jewish J*M"* dogan suggestion ... It reads: "Don't please Hitlerre-elect
are""" Jews3and who^ook into : Roosevelt'' Among the Aryan refugees from Nazism who
the darkness of the future and are now being welcomed to this country is the waltz king of pre-
wonder whether they should Hitier Vienna, Robert Stolz, who composed, among other
dr is Three-Quarter Time" Stolz left Vienna when Hitler marched
in, a couple of years ago ... He went to Paris, whence he has
now come here .
Many of them arc deciding
wait ci.ld see Low evirytni'i;
going to turn out. I guess mat
what's happened to Frame al-
ready has operated toward re-
ducing the birth-rate in America.
CENTRAL PARK SCENE
Snapshots at the Tavern on the Green, open-air meeting-
' 'Jew York celebrities: Meyer Weisgal in very animated
ition with Dorothy Thompson ... At another table, Mau-
draft in one form or another is inevitaDie, me uuvumuyco u. evehts, wish thej thems_:ves rice Schwartz and one of the Shubert Brothers Chemjo Vin-
ail Americans in becoming affiliated with the "Home Guard hadn't tg^fg^Jg ^p ev- aver, famous male choir leader, on the eve of his departure for
units are numerous. Past experiences, with facts easily au-1 ^,rnirig % see some new Hollywood on a contract with Warner Brothers ... Walter Sorel,
iVpnti-atpd durina the last war time period have proved the terror in the world, to live by Europe's most famous palmist, reading the hand of painter Max
7 ,, y ___-. ^ hovina iinrieraone a "Die- lne di,v since no one can see Band Vladimir Jabotinsky. Pierre van Paasen and Joe Brain-
desirabihty in these emergencies of having undergone a ^nSeTkdvisinfi E etching the dancers with a melancholy look in their eyes
any one not to have children 'n ... Dr. Emanuel Lasker, the chess wizard, who is preparing for
times like these. I used to be a chess comerxick and hopes to prove that a man in his seven-
ties can do any mental work of which a thirty-year-old man is
apable .
B'nai B'rith which will un-1 ^^should wait'for a'be'tter JEWISH
NEWS
The late Reuben Brainin's New York study has been
shipped in toto to the Jewish Public Library at Montreal, where
it is being set up in a special room to be known as the Reuben
Brainin Room ... It will be Rabbi Isidor Breslau who will be
paredness" course.
During this period of uncertainty it is important that we
stop for a moment and take cognizance of conditions surround- pV.si\ive that for the present the (i
ing us and with these as a basis aid this movement taken by Mr** ^hjldivn should .be -, ^
u;e Americanization committee of B'nai B'rith which will un- ent8 should wa.t for a better
doubtedly be joined in by many other organizations. It seems time; hut Ellen has changed my
legretful that when patriotism of Americans should be not a ^^ ^ pcrsuas.ivo ,.kH;U(.,.,,
byword but be demonstrated by actions and needs that the sec- sh,. 1S my favorite girl on whom
retary of war should issue a statement that the voluntary sys- \\%fi^ in-
tern as far as "r defense is concerned has proved to be a ^ ^ j^^ gg.* ^ n rf^ fc^ at ^ ^t h^^^ in New Yerk>
costly failure, and that it is inadequate. children should be postponed, by appointment of Prexy Edmund I. Kaufman Manuel Neu-
General Pershing in favoring military training said: m "s ;1.iu.n 1S my erandchHd. She was mann has been piaccd in charge of the loan-raising effort in
effect upon the individual there is no doubt but that universal fjye n^ol^elama7t^. 0f her behalf of the Jewish Agency ... A recent issue of the New
military training would be prodctive of.great benefit to & birth when it occurred and 1 Yorker devoted itsc entire cover to the New York World's Fair .
youth of the nation both as citizens and as protective soldiers, think it is timely to mention her Only two spots were designated by name on the picturization
Such training would develop respect for constituted authority;1'
it would impress the individal with his obligation to and pride
in his country, in contrast to the present tendency to emphasize
the responsibility of the nation to the individual. It would im-
prove the physical development of our young men, as well as
promote their general health. Such a measure in my opinion
vilion's Cafe Tel Aviv
New York's Social Welfare Board has
come up in her life -since has to
do with the question: Si.ould
children be allowed to be born in organized a series of visits by social service workers to the Pal-
times like these? estine Pavilion The reason is that the structure of social wel-
The question is answered in jQre work in paiestine is considered to be among the most pro-
smiles!^Xr,VLTeesrynomionSer g"*sive anywhere in the world Soc.al workers of all denom
have to do with the reaction of inations have proclaimed the Palestine Pavilion the most inter-
would mote democracy by brinqinq into intimate contact I gas on her stomach, as in the esting. horn their point of view, of all the exhibits at the Fair .. .
wouia p.omoie awu y y y y beginning. They are the genuine The firs, annuai conference of Koren Hatarbut. the Palestine He-
and on an equal footing young men in all walks of life. More expressions of pleasure at me bfew c j F d which & g Ginzburg is the execu-
over. it might well be the determining factor in keeping us out milk she^efeat the^lockd cri ^ ^^ ^^ q ^^ ^^ ^ J^ orgQniza.
of war." I crib, at me who am her grand- tions have been established in the United States and Canada for
Too many nations have only recently paid a tragic price for j father.
the furtherance of Palestine Hebrew literature The organiza-
coniidently placinq reliance for their safety and security solely ; Her fa.milv. ho,veri?; v" h," "on in its one year of existence has sent nearly S8.000 to Pales-
* I W3itinji lor trie* oyziin^ rf\iiii>" / i*
upon clearly expressed desire to remain at peace, upon un- tlon of hcr smiles. When we have ',lne Ior various literary purposes .
equivocally proclaimed neutrality, upon scrupulous avoidance coaxed^ smile ;^^erwo feel L I T E R A R Y N O T E S
of provocation. Conquerors, invaders and destroyers ignore or lult,onl success like growing
brush aside reasons such as these." |the loveliest of all flowers or Tips to publishers: Abe Goldberg's volume of silhouettes
Hysteria from parents when talked to about their children ^'^ ^^ ^Twhcn we J(ewish leder* is appearing in Yiddish soon and would make
joining the home guard has been overcome when the realiza- persuade her to give out gurgling )usl as qod wading in English Jacob Fishman is thinking
juiimiy u uuui y j,.,^. laughter. about writing his memoirs, which cover the golden era of Jew
tlon of the true picture is brought home. Youths aff.hat on ^ ^ ^ that .^ al] L^ construcve hfe in ^ CQu j ^Singer, author of
with the Home Guard Defense will prove of inestimable value to bring ncw chiidren into the "The Brothers Ashkenazi," is preparing a new tome, a novel
giving them the nucleus of army training and in the event of world. Yes I say then. It's not iajd in Warsaw, Berlin and New York Pierre van Paasen's
their enlisting will prove to be a stepping stone to rapid promo- ^ ynce^sary "L "synagl^ues and '
tion from the ranks. Definitely, affiliation with the home guard churches, for this laughter is it-
does not entail enlistment with the Defense units and G-d for- g Qf^" %&
bid in case or war would not warrant their immediate call. Con- as He laughs at sunrise.
scripUon of course places everyone eligible on the same par, This is. of course, a mystical
^ f... ... >. ._ __ \____ way of looking at Ellen and not
with knowledge, ability and training the criterion tor place- U) b<1 approvt.d by practical-
ment Additional opportunity parents should consider in urg- minded people. But her grand-
ing their children to join, is found in the many technical courses ^krSH"
offered by the Home Guard Defense, which training should they thing mystical in a world that
desire for their children would cost considerable. ^nk^dness0 forThe'-
Youth, today is endowed with a respect for the principles vinitv of Ellen's laughter in
upon which was built the nation they love and the freedom
they cherish. Untried in the ways of the world they fear not
the future but await eagerly the opportunity to assume their
share of the responsibility.
As Jews and Americans we realize that the present day
world in which the formal relig-
ions seem to have become scarce-
ly more than words in prayer
books.
Of course. I always have t',
bend low when I look at Ellen,
but this is more than a mere phy-
problem is our problem. World affairs wher ever they are have ^Tow o/'the TSSPSg
a direct bearing on our being. We cannot shut ourselves up |thc bending of the knee that one
and remain impervious to evident factualities. We as a people gives for reverence Ellen is
have never been termed shirkers. We need representation in K&hThun^and"theTa"
the Home Guard which will not only greatly benefit our Country dais have carried off the holy of
and our people but moreso those individuals fortunate to have Y'^; Een h^ complet 1
the foresight to join the "Home Guard Defense." cha?8e (Continued on Page 5)
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series of articles on Hanussen, the Jewish soothsayer, is beinq
considered for dramatization by one of America's foremost play-
wrights Latest reports on Franz Werfel, the famous German
author whose death at the hands of the Nazis has been rumored
time and again, is that he's in Lisbon awaiting Clipper transpor-
tation to these shores Perhaps it's wishful thinking, but
somehow we place more credence in the reports that he's still
alive And when he gets to America he won't have to worry
about financial matters ... His novel "Embezzled Heaven" has
been announced as a forthcoming Book-of-the-Month selection,
and should provide him with breakfast, lunch and dinner for
quite some time Orchids to our confrere Al Segal on his
beautiful column describing his visit to the World's Fair Also
to JTA'S former Palestine correspondent Slobodin, who wrote
the best article yet published on the Palestine Pavilion .
STAGE AND SCREEN
Just when the public will have a chance to see Charlie
Chaplin's much-delayed film "The Dictator" is still a mystery,
but the music he has written for the picture will be heard by San
Francisco World's Fair visitors late this month Walter Wan-
ger. who is planning a film about munitions manufacturers,
doesn't like to be reminded of the photograph Mussolini auto-
graphed to him some years ago That play on Nijinsky, the
famous Russian dancer, which Clifford Odets is preparing for
Broadway, may have John Garfield as its star Paul Muni's
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 2, 1940
^jfttS-st- Florid/inn
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JEWS ARE URGED
New York (WNS)Coinciding
with the observance of the 36th
anniversary of the death of Dr.
Theodor Herzl, founder of the
World Zionist Organization, a
nationwide Shekel campaign has
been launched by the United
States Shekel Board, comprising
all American Zionist bodies, in
an effort to enroll the masses of
American Jews as members and
supporters of the World Zionist
Organization.
Adopting the slogan for its
campaign, "Proclaim Your Faith"
the call is directed to the Jews
of America to "demonstrate their
solidarity with the Yishuv of
Palestine, which is now faced
with war. by declaring through
the means of Shekel registration
their support of the World Zion-
, ist Organization as the agency
of the Jewish people which is
building the Jewish National
Home."
The Shekel is the annual af-
, filiation fee of 50 cents denoting
membership in the World Zionist
i Organization. Members of the
Zionist Organization of America
and of Hadassah include their
.Shekel as part of the regular
dues which they pay to their re-
spective organizations, but tens
of thousands of American Jews,
who are unaffiliated with these
organizations, are called upon an-
nually to enroll as Shekel payers.
INFORMATION WANTED
The Staiuus. .acKalses are lurking behind the bushes. This
by the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League ________
LEAGUE DISCLOSES
PLANS OF MERGER
artists conception of the "Fifth Columnists" was released
tor of the F. B. I. of details con-
cerning the 'merger" of the.
i German-American Bund and the
New York (WNS)-Thc Non- Ku Klux Klan on August 18th
S," ,;,n Anti-Nazi League has at Camp Norland. Andover. N.
advised J. Edgar Hoover, direc- J.. it was disclosed here.
U.S.JEWS PLEDGE
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i
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J4tmi Ifllakwax}
When you feel weU. It is misery when you don t.
Have you ever dragged through a day made nuserable
by a Headache, Neuralgia, Muscular Pa.ns oi**fg
Menstrual Pains-a day when only your sense of duty,
kept you on the job?
Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills
usually relieve Headaches. You will find them effective
SETta ihe relief of the other nagging pains mentioned
A package of these e*it Pkaj
prompt acting pain re-
lievers may save you
hours of suffering.
New York (WNS) As the
Jews of Palestine and Jewish
communities in the democratic
countries of the world prepared
to commemorate the 1.871st an- |
niversary of the fall of Jerusa-
I lem on Tisha Bav. August 13th.
American Jews were urged to :
support the wartime program of
the Jewish National Fund which
calls for the acquisition of more
land in Palestine to make room
for the settlement of refugees and
to enlarge the locally-grown food
supply.
The symbolic act of the prophet
Jeremiah, who entered into a I
contract for the purchase of land j
in his birthplace. Anathpth. dur- i
ing the last days of the siege of I
Jerusalem, was pointed out as a:i j
example worthy of emulation, in j
a call issued to the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Councils and to the
public by Dr. Israel Goldstein.
president of the Fund.
Alluding to the totalitarian air
attacks upon the shores of Pales-
tine, the call exhorted support-
ers of the wartime program for
the Jewish National Fund in Pal-
estine not to slacken in their ef-
forts because of the temporary
difficulties and setbacks.
Collections in synagogues dur-
ing the preceding evening ser-
vices and the morning services
on August 13 th in more than
1,000 communities throughout
the country have been arranged.
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unprovided for and has failed to
make any provision for their
support, as a result of which they
L'.are in great need. Mr. Frank.
j who is believed to be in Florida,
i is 44 years of age. of medium
' i height and weight, has brown
hair (grey) and brown eyes, was
| at one time a policeman. Anyone
aware of his location is request-
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47th Street. New York City.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 2. 1340:
B'nai B'rith
*4L
Notes
By HAROLD TURK
1 anccthe cause of itbetween monies made thereto. I advise
our students and those of other I he constant reading of this t-ol-
, ... -. umn as edited by Brother Har-
faiths. It has brought about uo,d Turk ,us ^ readmg o our
igrcater respect on the part of i the Jewish student towards the lne attendance of the meetings
leaders in Jewry because of the 0r your lodge so that you may
tactful presentation and opera- keep lu]jy abreast oi the work in
. tion of the Hillel program on the ordor lhat you may appreciate
campus. The very fact that his i tne unselfish devotion of so many
needs have been catered to in a 01 our Dreinren to Helping outers
manner to his liking and in har- | looking toward a better world to
mony with the program of other livc in wltn llle paramount idea
faiths operating on the campus ; jn mind of safeguarding our
for the mental, spiritual, and mi- 'American ideals and our great
CHILD GUIDANCE
by
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
(The writer will be ulad to answer
any problem of his readers. Write
to him in care of thin newsi>.i .,.
(Written by Isaac Levin, presi- such splendid work for the en-
dent of the Fifth District, at the joyment of the entire convention, tural adherence to the respective \ democratic Tnstftutions
request ot Harold Turk.) This writer was eSDeciallv im. ] creeds, is pleasing to the Jewisn
student. It is no longer excus-
able for the student ot the Jew-
ish faith in any manner to hide
- especially im
Ye B nai B'rith Editor Turk is pressed with the work of our
under the impression that it | Hillel. Hillel Extension and Stu-
would benefit the cause if we ; dent Extension, and Student Un-
were to give a brief resume of | ion activities and by the fact
the activities at the I fth Dis- that we now serve the students
trict Convention held in Roan-
oke, Va.. May 19 and 20.
As is proper the convention
opened with an invocation Ly
Rabbi Samuel Sniliman of Sum-
ter, South Carolina. The Rabbi
is incidentally one of our officers
of the district. We were then
welcomed by the president of the
Roanoke Lodge, Brother Herman
Davidow, whose address was fol-
lowed by a lormal welcome Ly
the mayor of the city which was
responded to by Brother Arthur
Taucman.
Space will not permit the
enumeration of all the officers'
reports. These, however, were
very enlightening and demon-
strated the fact that your offi-
cers were seriously on the job
and had devoted considerable
energy and careful consideration
to the several activities which I
make up the fine program of the
order.
The very impressive American ;
Citizen's Day program was par
ticipatcd in by several young
members of the A. Z. A. chap-
ter. The content and presenta-
Ben B'Riths and their feminine
creations will meet where it is
cool. We have picked the center
in our district at the Universi-
his Jewish identity. This de-
partment of our work alone more
than justifies participation and
affiliation with our great order.
The district has apfiropriat. d of the trade wind zone, at that
more than $4,000 as its contribu- luxurious and most complete
tion for the turtherance oi trtis I convention hotel in America, the
activity for the present year. Hollywood Beach Hotel, the
The report of the chairman of Souths largest and finest ocean
the A. Z. A. committee afforded ; front and resort estate.
this writer great pleasure. This This convention week-end will
branch of our work has mot a present a languorous and luxur-
long and crying need. Our adol- 10us way of life unlike any you
scent youth through the A. Z. : have ever experienced else-
; A. program is offered a convinc- where. In addition to superla-
! ing and interesting well-thought- I. ,ve lood and accommodations
ou schedule of activities in the thcre wiU bc vigorous, carefre*
hletics. debating.^and activities, and a hendred happy.
lazy ways to spend your time.
No ocean cruise, no mountain
er age to carry on "successfully vacation ever offered half the
because of their intelligent men- variety of entertainment to be
tal and physical preparation f0r'cnJyid at ,hls convention.
the important places in their re- Tne well equipped, pat
spective communities. There are I private beach, the tamous gon
already B'nai B'rith Lodges com- course champions, the tennis
lostd entirely of alumni of A. Z. : courts and lawn game layouts.
A. and although the movement | the recreation and card rooms
s l< ss than 20 years o'd. the every facility of the hotel will
coresident of the Sixth District, i uc at your disposal at no extra
one of America's largest, is an charge. The lloor shows, spe-
ilumnus of A. A. This facticial parties, etc. will
Mr. Berman Vacations
Mr. Joseph A. Berman is tak-
ing a well earned vacation from
his law practice as well as coi-
umning for this paper, and many
Bnai Bnth State Federation other communal activities. His
Convention articles on Child Guidance'and
On Labor Day week-end all Vocational Guidance have been
other cultural studies which fi
these youths to step into our,
j shoes when they reach the prop- ;
a source of interest to man) of
our readers.
Mr. Berman has laid plans for
a new topical column t. >
known as "The Psychological
Forum'' which will be ah-, m-
bracing and cover every fit-Id .,f
psychology. The first of this
new series will appear In late
September Editions. Editor's
Note.
Junior Hadassah
tion was greatly enjoyed bv the j \r o .J """" l" lner va" an<* sound-' exactly as bu
entire convention. X J,ie8 J Maryland. Virginia. South ness of the founding fathers of be after dark.
. ., .. Carolina. Georgia. Florida, ana .his branch of B nai B nth pro-' nr u
lne manifold business to come Miami, as well as the Florida j gram. We navo '
Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Hear V !
Junior Hadassah welcomes y u
to its twelfth annual administra-
tion dance August 18th at th
Tne well equipped, patrolled Cromwell Hotel Shore t .
Dancing will be held in the out-
door patio. Tickets are $1.10 p r
couple and can be obtained from
any member or at the door.
Don't forget now. we'll be
keep you ; looking for you. and you. and
b^^^^^^^^\ii^wc^n^" ^mZw^srj^sssssA^the hoM-
two davs allotted tr, ih mr :.,'. """" -.'acuupaiion ot tnis comm:
iwo aays allotted to the meet- j emphasis could no; be placed up- | their fine and successful
ing.
The
ili^8*^**?!.- .Yf Luf-and..sound; exactly as busy as you want to I you.
Incidentally the next regular
meeting will be held this coming
onday evening, August 5th at
home of Rhea Epstein. 1461
W. 1st St. Harriet Damenstein
arranged an interesting pro-
The Hotel will serve breakfast 8ram- so come on girls and en-
entertainment
on the value of this work and ; to kill and
eiiori at 35c. bOv. and 7 5c In the even 'joy yourselves.
features the fact that these our future pieces of legislation brought to
n.w.--. --_.?st..,ever .offerco! a leaders.in their respective com-1 the congress and designed
.ess and designed bv dw ihe hotel allcr Ule nven.ion convention which should prov
District convention from the munities. return to their homes j crackpots to bnntr iiai-rtsnni nn lhy llave agreed to permit us to outstanding in many
standpoint of cultural enlighten- with an enlightened and broad- ur people stay for lne sum of $5-60 a day. and at the same time
merit in addition to the usual cned viewpoint toward their re-' i ,;-i, ;, ....._. -, American
dining and dancing. Too much ligion and their historv. ,-t.i !_ A*.crc Possolc to set all meals.
respects
day. ar>d a' the same time taki ad-
includes vantage of the facilities and i -
tivities of the beautiful Holly-
plan. which
Too much Ugion and their history.
re- This student work is remov- on "the i ,ur *""1*
did m.- misunderetnndinB and irmor- work and the appropriation rf fr df,*Bte and. tht' ">e I
^- ---------- r" p..."on ot amount lor their wives, and S4 The B nai B nth bowling t am
non-delegates. When you is taking shape and is meeting
SeSive"" coI^tie!n wh^ S ~*** remov"' ^^ "~-

An Opportunity To Serve
Your Country
BNAI B'RITH
URGES ALL AMERICANS
OF GREATER MIAMI
Between The Ages Of 18 and 45 Y
TO JOIN THE
ears
McAllister volunteers
IN AFFILIATING WITH THE McALLISTER VOLUNTEERS
YOU WILL RECEIVE PRACTICAL MILITARY TRAINING
WITHOUT ACTUAL ENLISTMENT IN REGULAR ARMY
Americanism Committee
B'NAI B'RITH SHOLEM LODGE NO. 1024
consider thai this registration regularly every Thursday r,
fee will cover the cost of a ban- at tht' Miami Recreation Alleys
quit and two luncheons you vsn, under the supervision and l .
readily understand how reason- anct> "f Brother Marty Milst in
able it actually is, While this Brother Milsti>in has asked -
fee is slightly more than what to suggest that more of you
has been charged at previous low-s come out to bow), so
conventions, we hope to offer you h(-' will have about 25 or 30 from
so much more that it will more which to form teams.
than compensate.
We will have two of the out- ur nox' regular meeting v-'l
standing men in America to ad- De held on Tuesday. August '3"!,
dress us at the banquet and one at 8:00 P. M. The place w i .
ot the luncheons, and. with the announced next week.'
business activities to be trans- Be sure to attend the meeti i
act.-d. it will really be full and as important business will :
complete. taken up at the meeting, ine:
We want a'l the brethren to ">g the coming convention
come and we want them to brin
their wives if they possibly can.
Our Ladies Auxiliary is making
active preparations lor a whirl-
wind of entertainment for th m
and, believe you me. this will be
the most thrilling and product-
ive, convention ever held
E. ALBERT PALLOT.
Chairman, State Federation
Convention Committee in Mldmi

It would be impossible for me
to add anything to what Brother
rai.ot has said COnccminS the
convention those ... you
who desire to attend the conven-
tion as delegates, please- com-
municate immediately with
w5fi Al Pallot so lhat he ma?
include you as such delegates
write to Brother Pallot at the
Ingnham Building, or else call
n i ,.' Pcrsona"y I can sec
no better way to spend the Labor
,Day week-end than to attend this
laBBSBBBWrMBMt.Tiwm 'fwmmninii
wwnwiimiiiaimim m.unmu.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 2. 1940
vJenist; MurtidMain
PAGE SEVEN
f
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Reception Was Huge Success
Those of you nice folks that
turned out at the Y Installation
last Sunday at the Tides are
in the camp will have a part in
the play. More details later.
Maurice Grossman, executive
director, announces that many of
the camp projects will be con-
tinued during the fall and win-
hereby officially thanked for do- ter season jf sufticient parents
ing so. According to comment evince enough intercst in the
heard around town, I m sure you samc The Arts and Crafls de.
all had a swell time 1 was singled parlment will bc continued for
,,ut by the committee to make one hour wock after schoo,
the annual presentation to the hours it is also planned to have
outgoing president, and 1 don t a c,ass in vio,m and a class in
mind saying I became stage- i t and ba room dancing.
struck when called upon and ] a is requesled that all persons
faih ci to do justice to the task as- mtcrested communicate with Mr.
v:-n.d me. At this time l want I Grossman so that ciasSes may be
to apologize to Al Pallot and tell arrangt.d
i.im tnrough ^\d>u-w Junior Division Will Sponsor
I fee! much at home, our deep Rarn nance Auaust 2
appreciation for the splendid
News Around Town
Mickey Lubel, athletic director
of the Y, who with H. Milkr. is
connected with the While Swan
Linen Supply Laundry, has of-
iered to give the Y free service
delivery on their towels, etc.
Attention board members: On
next Wednesday a regular board
o'f directors meeting will be held
at the Y club rooms. Many im-
portant matters to be discussed,
r'lease attend.
Y. M. H. A. Duckpin Bowling
Leaguo
Team standings for eight
weeks. July 30, 1940. Jack
Apte, manager.
feam W
Supermen ................... 17
Demons...................... 13
Bombers ..................-... 12
Rangers................ 12
Silverstreaks................ 10
Blackies ................ 8
Individual members' standing:
Player G b av.
Sam Seitlin ..... 5 554
Sam Tendrich..... 24 2485
Al Berkowitz i4 iiod
Hal Levinson ........ 21 2113
'.oui* Sp"ctor .. 15 1445
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the bene-
fit of all organizations in Greater Miami, depends (or its success upon
the continued co operation of every group in the community. Dates
for next week's issue should be in the ofnee by Wednesday morning-
To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations
are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as
possible.
The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141, which
conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in
the matter of clearing dates.
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BETH IA.COB HEBREW SCHOOL Miami Section Legislation and
open every week In the year and Study Croups at the home of Mrs.
Sunday Sessions benin Sunday C. H. &{"&,_,.,_ .,
morning:, October 2". ismo, muIiiik EVERY WEDNESDAY Senior Ha-
Sunday morning, May 2r,th, mil. daseah Sewing Group, rrom 9 lo 4
EVERY -MONDAY MORNING-Tern.
pie Israel Sisterhood Sewing
Classes benefit Iti-<1 Cross, at Kap-
lan Hall.
EVERY MONDAY EVENINGY. W.
II. Ai liowlinK games.
SECOND AND FOURTH TUES-
DAYS of each month, regular meet-
ing of Sholem Lodge B'nal B'rlth.
EVERY TUESDAY EVENING Y.
W. II. A. Athletics at Y Clulnoonis.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING
National O'Uiiiii of Jewish \\ jmell
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r. m at Temple Israel Veatry
Room, benefit lifd Cross
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON
Y. W. II. A. Sewing Classes bene-
fit Red Croat at Y t'luiiioomn.
EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
B n.ii B'rlth bowling games at .Mi-
ami Recreation Center T:>0 p. m.
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The Spinoaa Forum at :i o'clock, on
the lawn of In. Abraham Wolfaon a
home, i""/ I'olllni Ave., Miami
Beach.
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H. Berkowitz
I. Querido 15
Al Rcisman 7
Murray Apte
P. Silverman
,rk he has rendered to the Y. This group is planning an Old Joe Berman _....... 12 1158
' \' H A as president for two Fashioned Barn Dance tor Wta- J.iauj o_..wanz
t-rms. and the success he has nesday. August 28th. Miss Mar-| Abe Berkowitz ...
heloed bring to the "Y" through garet Horowitz is chairman of (Murray Streit
his ability and prestige. Good the committee that is busy mak- Leroy Feldman
nek again Al. and may you use ing arrangements. While plans | Abe Silver
that coif bag in the best of are not as yet completed, it is Abe Winer
1 always. |tnc intention of the committee to Sam Beckman _
make this a real Old Fashioned I L.eo Lipowsky ....
The Man | Barn Dance. The place will be (Sol Levin ............
Th< re's a man that's been com- decorated with hay. harness and H. Waiisman
i-ie to the Y M. H. A. each and other farm implements. Keep Jules Spector
, ry day for the past two years. I this date open. More details lat- '
Tries'.' of us who come to the Y er.
know him well as a swell person. Forum Group Discusses Wartime
a ways ready to aid anyone and Problems
everyone when possible. He has At tnc jast meeting of this
I t n a bulwark in the steady group the topic of discussion was .
irowth of the organization since 1 -should the United States Help J1?0* APte .,.
1. became our executive director Great Britain by Sending Ships Goldsmith
i.'. years ago. and I believe this i from Our Navy." Many interest- at B'umberg .....
would be but a small piece of { in angles on this topic were dis- w- Liberoff IS I Jib
gratitude for his fine services. cussed, by the members. This -viarvin Kubin b Sii
In honor to the ability of this topic proVed so interesting that *rarAk Kof.e *
man. and to the arduous work : tno meeting adjourned at a late Roscntnal ii
he t\as done in behalf of our or- no-ur and tnose present decided \ fete .yarvcU ,
ganizal ion. the board of directors t0 continue the discussion the Iffy MayVrs *
t,i the Y. M. H. A. has sanctioned following meeting. .Jules Wilson .23
a night of gala activities to pay it js planned to have this group : Geo. Davis..... K>
homage to our executive director, discuss a topic on the radio in ^ou Sawn m
Mr. Maurice Grossman. It is our tne ncar future. i "fTy Kamins 18
intention, that on this "Maurice Boat Ride Scheduled for Aug. 11 Al Duhler 12
Grossman Night." each of you, There arc but a few tickets Geo. Wolpcrt ........ 1
who have not had the pleasure lcfl for tnc boat ride sponsored M. Friedman 12
heretofore will become acquaint- by the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. for Mike Adler
td with Mr. Grossman. I August 11th. Call the Y office 'Marvin Apte
ld- at once and make vour reserva- Mickey Lubel
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4Workmen's Circle Affair
Date announced.
4Miami Section Nat'l. Coun-
cil Jewish Juniors Charity
Boat Ride aboard Yacht Os-
ceola, City Yacht Basin, at
8:30 p. m.
14Sr. Hadassah all day Board
meeting at home of Mrs.
Samuel Simonoff, president.
20Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
Succoth Party.
20Pioneer Womens Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami, Dinner.
7Beth David Congregational 27Beth Jacob Religious School
Dinner at Beth David Tal- Induction Exercises,
mud Torah auditorium. 28Sr. Hadassah Installation
11Y. M. H. A. Moonlight Sail Brunch in Cromwell Hotel
aboard Yacht Biscayne at 9 Gardens.
p. m. 30Nat'l. Council Jewish Wom-
12Ladies Auxiliary J. W. V. en Miami Section Board
Boat Ride and evening of Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon,
entertainment aboard Yacht NOVEMBER
Seven Seas. 1And every Friday thereafter
13Workmen's Circle Affair tnrough the month of April,
Date announced. Nat'l. Council of Jewish Wo-
'8Jr. Hadassah Administration men Miami Section, general
Dance. Hotel Cromwell.
meeting.
Let's all jump on the Y band- at once and make your reserva-
n and give a real leader an
horn s'.-to-goodness treat.
T ii following poem came as
;,'i .i.-piration to the poetess af-
ter witnessing the Y. W.'s first
i... M .ait as bowlers:
tions or you may be among those
who "were not present."
New Duckpin Heroes
Allie Berkowitz and Sam Seit-
lin outdid themselves as they
bowled sets of 348 and 346 to
help their teams win. Dr. Sam ,
Beckman. Y prezz and Milton !
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B. Schweitzer .. 16
A. Rreilich ..... 6
O. Argintar .... 3
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1527
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ish Orthodox Congregation, ish Orthodox Congregation
Boat Ride. Cafeteria Supper.
24Beth David Sisterhood Barn 24Pioneer Women's Organiza-
Dance and Fair. tion for Palestine of Greater
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Miami, Literary evening.
Y. W. H. A. NOTES
Joffe Reception September 8th
The Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. are
planning a reception in honor of
nukah Dinner. 26Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew-
p FMR_ ish Orthodox Congregation
SEPTEMBER Membership Tea.
15Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jew- 27Nat'l. Council Jewish Wom-
ish Orthodox Congregation, en Miami Section Board
Evening of Games. Meeting 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
15M. B. Habonoth Meeting ev- 27Sr. Hadassah Donor Dinner
ery Monday night starting Dance at Hollywood Beach
this date. Hotel.
17Freda Markowitz Post No. 28Junior Hadassah Annual
174 J. W. V. and Auxiliary Thanksgiving Turkey Trot.
Boat Ride. Seven Seas. DECEMBER
Congregation Synagogucwish 4_Nat-. Council Jewish Worn-
77 i 22Miami Jewish Orthodox Con- en Generai Meeting 2 p. m.
74 gregation Synagogue Dedi- 26M. B. Habanoth Chanukah
nation Entertainment.
25Nat 1. Coun. Jewish Women 28Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jey-
Miami Section opening Fall jsn Orthodox Congregation.
meeting. Board Meeting 10 28Beth Jacob Religious School
a. m. followed by luncheon
and general meeting.
OCTOBER
5M. B. Mizrachi. Men and Wo-
men's Divisions, Opening
meeting.
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Chanukah Affair.
29M. B. Mizrachi Latkeh party.
29Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion for Palestine of Greater
Miami. Chanukah Latkeh
and Card Party.
tr is the musical director. The iously awaiting me organization .. constructcd Athletic Field.
and Crafts department, un- of the B nai B nth bowling team More dela||s wi|1 be announced
, r the direction of Miss Fran- as they would like new fields ,aUr
. Ginsberg is making the cos- to conquer. Just can t wait until (ContinUed on Page 8)
for the play. Every child next Tuesdays games.
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*Jewisti fk>rid/an
FRIDAY. AUGUST 2. 1940
'THE Y. M. H. A.j
NOTES
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Moonlight Sail
Mrs. Mildred Rubenstein will
assist as chairman of the Wom-
en's committee, in aiding the men
on their moonlight sail aboard
the yacht Biscayne, August 11th.
An entertaining time is prom-
ised and reservations are limit-
ed, so if you want to come, phone
in now.

News
Miss Frances Ginsberg was
elected to the Y. W. board of di-
rectors at a board meeting held
Wednesday evening to replace
the vacancy created by Mrs. Sam
Ehrlich.
The regular meeting will be
held August 21st and the board
will meet August 14, both meet-
ings to be held at the Y club-
rooms.

Music Group
The next .neeting of the music
appreciation group will be held
at the Y August 7th. Phone Miss
Lee Rabinowitz, chairman, for
details of this club at 3-3400.

Bowling
The ladies bowling teams will
meet again Monday evening at
the Miami Recreation Center.
Mrs. Essie Sehaeffer is in charge. I
STUDYING CASE OF
NAZI CONSUL RIEO
JEREMIAH AND BARUCH
Book Club
Tiie Book of the Month Club
will meet August 14th. Details
later.

The Y. W. H. A. Bowling Team
by Sylvia Abrams
Washington (WNS)The case
of Dr. Frederick Ried, Nazi con-
sul attached to the German con-
sulate in New York following his
ouster from Brazil because of his
fifth column activities, is under
consideration by the State De-
partment. Sumner Welles, acting
Secretary of State, announced at
a press conference.
The State Department has rc-
ceived many requests for an in- I
vestigation of the Nazi diplomat,
who slipped into the United
States after Brazil charged that
he had promoted the sale of a
pro-Nazi newspaper in that coun-
try.
Leading the demand for an in- j
vestigation was the Non-Sectar-
ian Anti-Nazi League, which ad-
vcised the State Department that
Dr. Ried was coming to New
York to take over some of the
activities of Nazi Consul Dr. I ,-------- "----------------- ------......"" *w"
Fr.edhelm Draeger. !Tisha vffZi^SZXRSBK*. "T.T V16 ?&g*J*&L i"J conneclion with ,h observance of
Iisna BAv on August 13th, is a call of the Jewish National Fund urging further popular lUBMrt .
In a wire to the State Depart- wartime program of the Jewish people's Fund for the acquisition of new land in the JiwUh K
ment. the League said: tional Home in Palestine. It enacts the historic scene which took place in the "King's Court of Vif"
u/'i. Jerusalem- during the siege and shortly before the fall of Judaea's capital
Rar,WK 2 H.'y Cl,y. Wa! Undr Sie9e' Jererniah- obeying a divine command, sent for his dwciala
Baruch in order to execute a deed concerning the purchase by him of a tract of land in Anathoth th!
orophet s birthplace. Handing the deed to Baruch. Jeremiah then uttered this prophetic message
MEANING NOW
"In view of the State Depart-
ment's recent warning that con-
sular officials who interfere in
our internal affairs will be asked
to leave the U. S.. the Non-Stc-
tarian Anti-Nazi League urges
that prompt action be taken to
investigate the activities of Dr.
------- --------3 ...- wmw.uj -wi...ci then uttered
(seen above in its Hebrew text) as recorded in Jeremiah XXXII. IS:
and 'Sds'and^eyirdl^n^hUUnd"0545- "" ^ '"* ^ a9ai taU *" b* b"^ -uses
The women met on Monday night Friederich Ried. If he does not
KlMUllllll II-.11- *. nnJ.v_
Bowling was in order
Some to lose a little weight
Some for fun and laughter.
take over certain of the activities
of Dr. Friedhelm Draeger (about
whose activities in behalf of the
Nationjlist Socialist Party work
we have sent you documentary
evidence) he will probably occp-
py the position of confidential
"Fifth Column Advisor" to Con-
sul-General Borchers.
"A man whose activities in be-
half of the Nazi zovcrnment and
Mrs. Engels had but one concern j ideology resulted in his being
Jo fLTheheco!]rdSbgaanzde on^Sy H ^ f S T WhJd'
A-J he was stationed should be
Want to know just what we did?
How we ranked and scored?
This is all about us
And I hope you won't be bored.
Mrs. Hurwitz topped the score
With her energy and skill;
Mrs. Schaffer smilingly took our
coins
To straighten out the bill.
ORDER CONDEMNS
PLAIN TALK
And appreciate her even more.
Mrs. Dinsmore and Miss Levy
At first were quite distressed
But with Mr. Apte's instruction
I bet they'll beat the rest.
Miss Abrams claimed her bowl-
ing form
Once had earned her praise-
Funny that her build up
Is so different from her plays.
Miss Shochet and Mrs. Markowitz
Some lovely balls did throw
Mrs. Silverstein did very well
The gameshe seems to know.
Quite nonchalant and modest too
Mrs. Apte scored a lovely game
But look at her incentive
The prestige of "that" name.
Mrs. Berman and Mrs. Ruben-
stein
Joined in the second game
They bear careful watching
These girls are not so tame.
: watched in the U.
i propaganda is on
S. where Nazi
the upswing."
DR. WISE NAMED
ON REFUGEE BOARD
Miss Rothstein hit a perfect
strike
On her very first throw-
When we asked her the secret
She didn't seem to know.
Cooperation and sportsmanship
Really ruled that night
An evening of refreshing fun
That brought us all delight.

The first week's scores follow:
Player 1st G 2nd G Avg
P'ayw 1st 2nd Avg.
New York (WNS)Dr. Steph-
en S. Wise, president of the
American Jewish Congress, has
been named a member of the
board of directors of the United
; States Committee to Care for
European Children, it was an-
| nounced. Mrs. Wise, president of
the Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress, has
been an active member of the
body since its inception.
It was expected that hundreds
Jf homes would be offered to the
committee for the care of the
children by the Women's Divis-
ion of the American Jewish Con-
gress.
Madison. Wis. (WNS)The Na-
tional Italian American Civic
League, at its annual convention
:iere, adopted a resolution con-
demning "the abusive and fals.
propaganda and artificially in-
spired race hatred, and religious
discrimination by enemies of de-
mocracy."
The resolution, which decries
racial haired and "propaganda
evellcd at the citizens of the
Jewish faith in America," said
the National Italian-American
Civic League "would combat tins
vil with all means at our com-
mand."
The resolution charged that
"religious discrimination is sown
oy enemies of democracy who
seek in this fashion to destroy
American national unity." It al-
so made mention of the "har-
mony and cooperation in which
people of Italian and Jewish de-
scent have lived in America for
generations."
(Continue,! from Page 4)
of children being born. If people
like Ellen weren't being born
we should have to invent some-
thing to assure us that God still
reigns on earth and that there is
something to live for left.
If the birth of all Ellens were
suspended there wouldn't be any-
thing left to live for in the
world as it is. Then we could say.
to hell with everything. Let the
bombs fly and let devastation de-
vour the earth and let's have a
quick life and a merry one be-
fore doomsday. Let's get drunk
for tomorrow we die and li we
liveto wiiat end except a life
managed by brutalitarians?
exercised by an infant has tr.rn.s-
ported him to fairyland far be-
yond all the dreadful realities.
That may be so but it is nev< r-
theless true that the presence
of children in it alone provides .<
motive for older people to be
brave and eager in the world s
it is.
We are on a burning shio and
we older people may as well be
consumed since we didn't have
good sense enough to keep tne
boat from catching fire. But
there are children aboard and for
their sake we apply our spirits
courageously to put the fire out.
We hope to put the fire out and
c .v! b,u!,ld a *ood new ship
for the children. That's about
the only incentive left for liv-
ing.
So thanks to Ellen who g .
he old man an excuse fur livi
thanks to all the Ellens whose
presence in the current cha
* rves at least to provide :. with
something of design.
Statistically speaking of our
The continuous arrival of new | omuiucauy
Ellens brings us solemn obliga- E1|cn. she now weighs aim.
-ions to make life good again m Pounds, twice her weieht ai
R
H.
s.
R.
T.
P.
S.
E.
F.
A
Spector ............ 76
Markowitz ____ 67
Abrams ......... 77
Hurwitz ...... 65
Silverstein 70
Reisman ............. 60
Steinberg 78
Schaffer _
Ginsberg
Jacobs
J. Rosenthal
S. Shochet .........._
E. Isenberg .
P. Ginsberg ..............
E. Schwartz ........
S. Klein
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56
52
45
47
M Rubenstein 45
Everyone welcomed to play if
iemale.
ENGLAND. GERMANY
TALK EXCHANGES
Jerusalem (WNS)Great Brit-
ain and Germany have opened
negotiations for the release of
Palestine citizens intenred for
-he duration of the war in Nazi
Germany o r German-occupied
territories in exchange for Ger-
nan citizens arrested in Pales-
tine. The exchanges will apply
>nly to women and children and
men over 60 years or under 18 :
years.
- good aga
the world. Their bright smiles
bespeak a faith which we must
not betray; their wide iyes as
much as say to a man that he and
all the other people certainly
must do something about the
pain of mankind. There is the
.lash of the Commandments in
hen; eyes. These Ellens must
lot inherit today's evils.
Well, many people will say
r-!L 'S ,JUSt a hypnotized
.randpa speaking, that tne spell
birth. I
that next
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am reliably informed
week she is taking up
vegetable diet, including spin-
ach. I'sycnologically. she na, -
come alert to a variety ot im-
pressions including myseli
NOW, to reply directly to Ruth
whose letter responsible for
; I this. I say Yes. by all
,i a~,.,ld lf >'ou can bring an-
other Ellen into the wor* to
uok at and to get religion fr >m.
(I shall be happy to ret ive
announcement ot your Ellen's ar-
rival
gift.)
and to present her
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