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The Jewish Floridian ( June 13, 1941 )

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^Jewish Filariidliiai in %\ Co a/WA G 7/7/7 e Jhewiislh lUmiHty n VOLUME 14—No. 24 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 13. 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS 1.1.10 OBSERVE FLAG DAY UNDER i CES OF ELKS NATIONAL COUNCIL ELECTS BLUMENFIELD PRESIDENT Under the auspices of the Bcnt and Protective Order of Elk?. Miami Beach, will join Saturday. June 14th in the obe i Flag Day with a program of colorful ceremonies to the aniversary. Chairman. Dr. Maurice Klein has planned a day which will go down in history as one long to red The exercises will start at 7 30 p. m. at Flamingo Park, Miami Beach. A conSenior High School band under the leadership of I Felix McKcarnon. Following, the band concert a parade o Flags. The • venings observance, states Chairman Maurice Klein. Past Commander of the American Legion Post of Miami Beach will be of great patriotic import to Dade County. Civic and Patriotic Organizations throughout the county will At the annual conference of he National Council for J. Education held at Atlantic City. N. J. during June 5-10. Rabbi Samuel M. Blumenfield was elected national president succeeding Dr Louis L. Kaplan of Baltimore. Md. Rabbi Blumenfield who is dean of the College of Jewish Studies in Chicago. ; was on leave this past year i ing as director of the depan of Youth and Education of the Zionist Organization of .'•. Rabbi Blumenfield ha.. serving as an associate the Reconstruct lorust and the New Palestine and is chain] the board of trustees of the II..-tadrut Ivrith. thi ety r the advancement of Hebrew cu LOCAL LEADERS NEW YORK TEMPLE ISRAEL CONTRIBUTES S50 MONTHLY S OF STATE IVil, AT PALM BEACH i PALESTINE JEWRY REMAIN ON ALERT London uWNS>— The Palestine Jewish community remained on the alert as British troops and j rapidly-growing Free French forj be in attendance to observe Flag Ct s commanded by General Sir! Day at Flamingo Park. Speakers j Henry Maitland Wi of note have already apprised! the immediate threat of a Nazi Chairman Klein that they will be j occupation of the Middle East by there to participate in the patriostriking against Vichy-ruled Sy-; tic Flag Day gathering. DR. JULIUS FRIEDENWALD. U. OF MARYLAND. DIES JUNE 9 Baltim -re f JPS )—Dr. Julius na. it was reported here The Free French forci participated in the drive to j thwart Nazi occupation of Syria : preparatory to an Axis attack against the Sue/. Canal via PalPriedenwald, 74. professor e m" est.ne and Trans-Jordan, included tus of gastro-enterology at the 'large numbers of Jewish oi. •• of Maryland Medical; !" ? privates who crowed 1 Palestine from Syria in r weeks, it *vas learned. Jewish circles here iced the hope that a successful Allied campaign against Syria would. result in the liberation of the, Baron de Hirsch Mi yei M Biach Soul :-:. F( : %  ral I I V Fund 51 %  M I chain; ai ti rs, Greater M J Fed. | W : • %  1941 ed the ting the Federal I Wedj Repon n the %  tatu irl M. resiient of tl t Char: .: | %  dges i of app: id been receive t Id indicated his r the total would be in • %  : the 1940 results Drawing on the experience of past campaigns in Miami. Stanley C Myers pointed up the necessity of year-round functioning and interpretation. "A meeting such as this."' said Baron de Hirsch Meyer, "is an excellent method of consultation between the member agencies of the Southeastern Region of the Council. I look forward to other such meetings in Florida. In this way. the experience of the larger, longer-organized communities can become known and helpful to the more recently organized cities. A contribution of S50 each month '"for thi of the national dI nergei y" has I een pledged by I Si I rhood | '. Temple Israel. 210 West 91st 5tn New York, to the United Service Organizations for S'aDi fensi Tl • U. S. O is conducting a .: for S10.T65.00u final -rs operai than 3G0 servi nd navy men and deft .-.%  rki rs The clubs will b> • :• %  iix U. S. O member the Y M. C A. National Catl Community Service. Sal" Army, Y W C A. Jewish Welfare Board and National Aid Association. CRISIS SPURRED DEFENSE IDEAS AT MIAMI BEACH Fifteen of the eighteen rabbi.of the State of Florida assemblc-c at the third annual conference la." week held in Miami Beach at th Ti les Hotel. Important matter? affecting the congregational lift of Jewish communities in Florii v.ere on the agenda. Among resolutions pass* d wes That communities able to sup port a Rabbi make every effor to develop a united Jewish com munity. Jewish residents not abli -upport a Rabbi or congrega tion are urged to join the congn igation of the nearest Jewish coo munity. That the Florida Rabbinica Association endorse the U. S. O program and urge every' Jewisl community to give all aid necessary to realize this patriotic work. Resolved that a Committee ol Rabbis be appointed to sttdy thoroughly ail phases of the move ment to introduce the teaching of religion in the public schoolsor to arrange released time for this purpose. Resolved that a committee oJ School, died here on June 9th. Dr Fr : nwald was the son of the late Dr Aaron Friedenwald an I the brother of Dr. Harry Friedenwald, who was for manyyears lent of the Zionist Orenwald was a trustee of the Institute of Advanced Study at Prin University, which was founded by his cousin, Louis Bamb-1 .--..*.. (..ij.uElll \JL lilt. A.IUIUOI x_* .-... ganization of America Dr. Friedthousands of Jews in that r rencn mandated territory' whose lives have been jeopardized by the Infiltration I Nazi agents -and" "tourists' spreading anti-Jewish propaganda. With the battle for the Middle and Near East in full progress. the London Daily Telegraph urged that Captain Cl arles Wi gate of the Royal Artillery. •• was described as "a firm I eliever in the Jews powers as fight rs be sent to Palestine to aid in the countrv's defense. Captain tt inAnkara ,WN^The Nazi high gg^ho ^SSSn^J^ imposed a collec£*> ~ "^ P ot thc Italians in ar. f 'CONTINUED ON PAGE Y. M. H. A. TO CELEBRATE FLAG DAY APPROPRIATELY IS LEVY COLLECTIVE FINES Ankara WNSl—The Nazi high command has imposed a collective fine of 10.000,000 dinars on Wini ho received the S. D UioJ,' hV 7 c v" Ethiopia, received me c. w. K. < K om f muniX .y, o i ferbia £ fforts m bnn ging to a: oecauv of the financial and mat' p,w t ine disturbar, ena! aid extended to the govern-' ? Pa tS,,n ment headed by King Peter by lyJ6 Thi,"V f Yu os,avia rrwi%  community in Serbia wasvanian province which Rumania w m.-d that failure to make the was forced to cede to Hungary P a >" ents on schedule would reseveral months ago. it % %  £ •* •U in a much heavier fine. ported here Hungarian off cials Th... Jewish community of Ser' explained that many more homes WJ was charged with the responwere needed to meet the **g*r **ty of mak.ng individual asments of the Hunjjanan Peoph laments among the Jews. Aj It was understood tha:the con^ ?>ber of prominent Jewish fiscated Jewish homes would be J^ers will be held as hostages, £* reported, until the fine has ""m paid m full. Serb turned over to turning to Hungaryoccupied Yugoslavia Hungarians re from NaziNo inforian Jews will not be permation was forthcoming on ESfOto !" ke uy' wTuidraw^ls j whether the Jews wouldi ber comr m their bank accounts to meet! pensated for their homes ana "ie payments. I other possessions. London •WNS'—Nathan Jackson, veteran labor Zionist, condemned Great Britain's persistent refusal to arm Palestine's Jewish population and de that the fate of the Jewish people and the solution of the Jewish problem are of the hignest importance in a now. trulydemocratic order." in his address before the 40th annual convention of the British Labor Party Emphasizing that "Palestine today is in imminent peril. Mr Jackson assailed the British government's "harsh and unfair policv" which has made Palestine s 550.00" Jews virtually defenseless in the face of long-expected Axis attack. •The Jewish people were, together with the Labor movement, the first victims of Hitlers hatred." the labor Zionist said •They are the natural allies oi Great Britain and they are anx' ious to assume that role Mr Jackson charged that UM willingness and readiness of the Palestine Jews to fight alongside Great Britain "have been met only by an embarrassed silence the British Government In his dosing remarks the trade union teadw **2£ hope that the British Labor Party would reaffirm its support o the re-establishment of the Je* Lh national home in Palestine i Camille Hysmans. president of the Labor International, ex Messed appreciation to Great gritam for her hospitality to aliens. Jerusalem (WNPi—News that the British and Free French troops had launched an offensive against Syria, which had been converted into a Nazi military base, was greeted with great enthusiasm by Palestine's Jewish and Arab populations. Jews and Arabs joined in voicing a hope that the Allied drive i against Syria and Lebanon would eliminate for all time the danger of an Axis domination of the Near East. Arab circles were particularly impressed with the joint delaration by the British Governand General Georges Gat[roux. commanding officer of the 1 Free French troops, pledging 1 complete independence to the ', peoples of the French mandated territories. The latest development in the Middle East crisis spurred Palestine's defense program. _It was i officially announced that 700 Palestine Jews had enlisted in the British forces during May, bringi ing the number of Palestine vouths serving with the British .'to approximately 11.000. About i 600 of the new recruits were as' signed to Jewish infantry' units, the others joining the Jewish I transport unit. Jewish leaders stressed that ( '50.000 other Palestine Jews were. i anxious to join in the defense of I j the countrv but were unable to dc | so because of Britain's refusal to j [accept their services. Jewish) Stoc kholm —Thousands of Spanish Jews in Nazi-occupied Greece. Yugoslavia and Bulgaria 'suffered a crushing blow when i Dictator Franco of Spain, junior partner of the Axis, issued instructions from Madrid notifying Spanish consulates in the Balkans that Jews were no longer to be considered citizens of Spam.: sa W centiy to report on the progress of Nazi anti-Jewish campaigns in the various Nazi-held territories and to map out the future anti-Jewish policy in Europe, it was reliably reported here. The Nazi Commissioners of Poland. Austria. Czechoslovakia, France. Holland. Belgium, Norway and Denmark were summoned to the special Berlin parley bj Propaganda Minister Joscpl" Goebbels, who presided. Commissioner Fischer of War evoked cheers from th* it was reported here. j gathering, it was reported, when Hitherto. Spanish Jews were he predicted that th. ftyi"* %  | afforded a measure of protection ifrom the Nazis' in the various occupied countries since they were treated as citizens of a friendly country. The new Fran: co order places them at the mercy iof Nazi authorities as stateless Jews. pulation of occupied Pola nd w ilt be annihilated through starvation and disease. He said that the Jews in Poland had been broke** physically, morally and eco nomy cally as the result of Nazi treatment and the building of ghetto in that country. I 1 t I I I \ i • •:



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PAGE TV/C +Jeistntri:r. --.r, ------.-Z.r. -..::-* 5 W it.-, street • • • L^r-;:-:: E;: H :M %  -• lasHe* ....... ... ~ • *' z %  %  %  : : Skof Mn HerB: : ::' tr.. -.:.: stteac ire mama** : .. • : Esv.rr v. ."*:•: '.'-: lMm E%  .-. :.-.* and Mr Unfer ii at .-M the H .£.%  %  • • • I :: %  : f Ma :-. %  %  Mi ---.; Mn M : Mi sad I %  %  M tl Beth Attf ". :I.Euga A trp to C i: %  Lak • • • 7. M ..... (Mi Mn 51 .:':' 1615 S W 141 %  %  : v.-. ber. son I : %  :.': % %  '. i vA •Berkowitt, Guy Goldsmith and Bill Leiberoff left Fr.-iy fro week = stay in Cuba. • • • fcfia B Millet left by i--. i :'..i two weeks vacation in .-; Chattanooga and I • • • M ::.= Wl •DadcCounty -..-".; %  ;/•:.:' r< .-.. n the Jacktesnoris H pit • • • bai % %  >r.-:r.-law and M: ir.d %  ':: B Rozar..laugh '.-.-r Joan • • • Mi -. man left Tues-. Hip to Hun". rgmia, Columbus ben ihi %  .. %  • fn .'•-e e e Mi u M Mai Bhi rj ... Sunday for a rnoi l i rti .." ;• ; .1 V..:: N BSM Myrtle R. Skop 1(3 at E :' • • • 7• : %  :.-1 of M Ad i. Lr Samuel E. —— -- at private -. IJ Rabbi Max ___ -.; ro After i ... ; -: trip U the Car* ini and littk Shiral Ranob}' re1 irn U the •.: the rid •-"--• %  •'••'-•:•' v ; rek the rii g 7%  bi -:• grot ml • • • be rted '-father The Idrng of Mist Alia ter-in-lai Mi pi -eitzei and Morria Kronberg losepl Rut rg. brol i taki place Sunday a; FUbb: ridegroorn — be beft Moses Mescheloffs home FoJar.d Aarcr. Gor%  :rr.rr.^-d:ate family — an IMien V.--U be Arthur! lowing the ceremony a dinner br bet r.r:de. v.-.:: o* held for rremotrs of the Leonard rj bn %  • •• •-...:-y s-.j BtrirH;£^ -: Fayetteville, N. C A r^-r-ptjon at the C ongrega tion! Ohev Sr^y-r win follow the cereaoay. fiwu iliali 1 aftrj leave Isra ... .,.-_ red B, rkov:tz kft T.-.-^rsoay f-.r a month's visit in New York. PERSONALS --: jntajm North Caro.:.'-a .-• weddmg nupua Pearl Ginsberg daughter c Misri M.a-id Mrs. Wiiiiarr. Hogarth %  Mr sad sea BiUie left for Ohio for a .G-nsberg. to Sarr.-;t. Scnaeffer. ;*-o week stay, v.r. rf Mr a.-.d Mrs Joseph • • • baeffer. -... take place at the Rabb: Zissman. St Augustine. -o.T.5 c< the groom's grar.d-mo•* as :.-. M:arr.: :attend tr.e Rabi-.er Banday at ".la m. with; bir.icai Ccr. •-.•....-. Babfci Max .> %  ; ;..-. ofiicuting • • • Atteasaati -.11 r^ M^ss Fra.-.ces Mrs Harold Spaet ar.d daughGinsberg, aaat of the br.de. maidter vAl leave Sunday by air for of honor: ar.d Melvin Schaeffer | the north where they will visit brother of the groom, best mar., relatives and friends. CALENDAR OF EVENTS ~ : J-!.'*NUrni Data Z-ti-i-z* lu'ta.. conceive* for tn B*&f 1 cf an •fiu{>* in Greater Miami. aea>*n4a far .la auccaea jn the aawt r.we< c-9eratiti af every areua in the community. Datea for 'err woeh'a laaue thsvM bo In tho office by Weoneaday marninej. Ta r.* 3 aee eiM e conuoon ane overtaooiinej. cfficor* of ora>anixatMMio j' roaiaaotoo! to notify Utia aurcou of tontativo aatoa aa ooHy aa Tno Jewton T^rnlian. f. %. W. 2-t Avonuo, pMono 2-1141. which ---..-.•• •-• bureau for all arfanuat<^II and aloo Kr*4a Markmrttx r %  -•. FOL'RTH MONDAT EACH MONTH. Worr.en'a Dirtolon. Arcor-lcaa JewSryX>NO n TCE!IDAT EACH MONTH :-it-iiiy>i Miami Boxtefc Jewlah Centor. r*;iiUr mretunr. I:C4 pm. at aentar. EVU4 Ave. aao 14th p'jee. JUHE ,„ 14—Y-Ettes Barn Dance and Box Supper. Y. M. H. A. 24—National Children's Convalescent Home. Denver, card party. Grossinger Hotel. 15_Workmen's Circle 692. meeting, Biscayne Collins Hotel. 22—Workmen's Circle 692, boat ride. Boat Biscayne. \ retui Allan I graduation of : %  En ry B .'. high .' 21 ... -v.r Era ry next fall o o • Mn A David Raj ns a ;. her r C^r:. Sar :: Saturday I i Winsb -. Salt re she will From there ill go to Philadelphia and New York. They will return iff. r tl nimmer • a o .'.:.-; Harry Rayvu and daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Moe Sc'r.atzmar. and their son. Arnold Dennis left Monday for • an extended vacation in Philadelphia. New Brunswick.N. J. and New York. They will return to Miami in the middie of July. o o o Mr and Mrs. Harold Turk and daughter. Cornelia will leave by tram June 15th. for New York t to be attendants at the wedding • of Mrs Turk's sister. Miss Rosa: lind Wohlstadter to Dr StanleyEugene Schwartz. The wedding will be an event of June 21st and will take place at the Essex House. The Turks will return in a month. o o o Mrs Maurice Grossman and Mrs. Carl Weinkle were hostesses at a luncheon and shower given m honor of Miss Adelaide Stone. last Wednesday afternoon in honor of her approaching marriage to Dr. Samuel Beckman. ; Those present, besides the host-. esses, were: Mrs. Nat Blumberg. • Mrs. Leo Chaikin, Mrs. Barney Weinkle. Mrs. Albert Dubbin. Mrs. Joseph A. Berman. Mrs. • Harry Schwartz. Mrs. Aaron Fraelich. Mrs. Louis Pallot. Mrs.' Milton Klein. Mrs. Jack Pallot, Mrs. Harry Shulman. Mrs. Moe Pallot, Miss June Davis. Mrs. • Murry Grossman. Mrs. Harold' ; Rand and Mrs. Louis Heiman. A bingo party under the joint sponsorship of British War Relief Society and the National Children's Cardiac Home will be held at the Wofford Hotel. June 18th a-. B 30 p m. Proceeds will benefit both groups. o o o The Pioneer Women's club. number 2. Miami Beach, are .ring a rummage sale the proceeds of which will aid in the work of the organization. All those : ted and having garthey wish to discard are • Mi M. Marcus. 830 3rd street Miami Beach. 5-1459 0 0* A fan ; • ption was tento Miss Molly Goodlow, r and secretary of the Coun: the three groups of Pioneer womei Organizations, last Thursday by the Miami Beach branch. The affair was held in the hojj : Mn M Marcus who •.-. • d as hostess, She was as. MrJ Bloom and Mn I. Dorasky on the program ...:-. .'.Irs. Lena Wolk. Mrs. I. Mn E Hand:!. Mrs. Rose Dechovitz ar.d the guest of honor. Mi! Fri-:da Sheehter rendered vocal 0 0 0 Herbert Frink was the guest speaker at the meeting held last week which saw the formation A erican Defense League. eli ted include: Mn Selma Gre:r.. president: Mrs -. Peterson, 1st vice-president Mrs Esther Halpc-rn. 2nd .. -president: Mrs. Janet Le, tary: Mrs Evelyn Decky. reeordIng secretary; Mrs. I. Kaller.I berg, sergeant-at-arms. The next I meeting will be held at the SeI ville-Plaza. 642 Michigan avenue, Miami Beach, and will start at 830 p m A tombstone to the memory of iate Morris Schoenfeld wi e unveiled Sunday. June 15th. 10 a. m., at Woodlawn Par-: Cemetery, Jewish section. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Seymour Miller son of Mr and Mrs. Samuel Mii\-'.'./ !" i.. \cIACr.*,.^ 'er. graduated from the medical % me. >ecr c t Mr* Ida Spewk.; scho 1 Julane Universit> ]asX treasurer: Miss Rae Green. Mrs. ~ ^.^^ Ida Meltzer. auditors: Mrs Doro[ — — '...;• Cohen, corresponding seerIT LIKES YOU HEAR BETTER • WORK BETTER ^jteition CAN I HEAR BETTER W l T H RADIO EAR =^ Answer 'Thousands do! Wo are sure that after you have worn Radio* a x for I a few minute you. to o, w ill agiee that todays VACUUMTUBE Radioear brings you the kind of hearing you want. You ; owe it to yourself to get all the facts about Radioear. Ask for ; free booklet ntoMOfea kj Council .-n Pkyjtcol r*rT,*y. .-fmrnran .WrJire.' .-ffrarw*** VIOLET J. HOWSON I 209 CONGRESS BLDG. PHONE 3-2100 IMP 0SIE01H J age %  -..;<* lodiviJual aitrctiojL Athletics. Crafts. Ridiaa;. KifkfT, etc. All'itxlur.re ith Uundr>', etc. for $2*0.00. CatFOR BOYS. 8 to 18. 16th Season .>-*•''_ • : %  % %  :•-i ic "Land o< Sk>" near DR GEORGE SOLOMON, HciuJervjovillr Nonh Carolina Savannah Director Local Representative^—S. ESTROFF—Phone 7-3908 tMCOttp AXD FOCKTH TUBSIJAT8 of each raonth. reariiar meotiawr of gboiem LorJce Baal bTritk. FOt.-RTH TUESDAY of erory mocth, raff-jlar meetlaar of National Home <'• Jevlah Children. Denver. fr.'ERY WEDNESDAY EVENTNO— B"nal B'rith bcralicc (ameo at Miami Recreation Center 7: p. ro, EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON— J w 1 *Btwi ^L Claaaea beoaf:t Re4 Croaa at Y Clubrooma. EWBBf SATURDAY AFTERNOON The IptDoaa Forjm at 1 o'clock, on the lawn of Dr. Abraham WoKoon'a f.ome, 1 CoIl:ca Ave., Miami KB. 24—Workmen's Circle 692. election of officers. Biscayne Collins Hotel. 29—Workmen's Circle 692. installation of officers, Biscayne Collins Hotel. 13—Loyalty Club of Emunah Chapter, card and mah jongg party, Grossinger Hotel, at 8 pm. ORG*\NT2ATIONS I] THAT MANY MAY FAT y | FRENCH FRIED ONIONS W 8 NOW SERVED AT No Extra Charge WITH OUR FAMOUS Charcoal Broiled Planked Steak SHOESTRING POTATOES UK OWN ROLLS AND MUFFINS MFwKc TALK OF THE TOWN 1JSS N. E. second Ave fh. taSST The; Men's Club of Temple Israel will hold its annual Boat t Ride, Monday. June 23rd. on the : Seven Seas. • • • The mah jongg and card party ; to have been given by the Loyialty Club of the Emunah Chapter. June 18th has been postponed indefinitely. e • o A series of lectures on the life and philosophy of Baruch Spin; oza by Dr. Abraham Wolfson will start Saturday afternoon at 3:30 at the Spinoza Forum. The 1 Forum is held each week on the i lawn of 11th street between Col%  lins avenue and Ocean drive, Miami Beach. SPEND TOUR SUMMER VACATIONS IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OSCEOLA LAKE INN HendersonviUe, N. C. Under the Management of Joe and Eddie Rubin of Seabreeze, Harrison HotoL Miami Beach ATTENTION ALL BUSINESS OWNERS IS ALL YOUR CASH BE.NG REGISTERED CORRECTLY? SALES AUDIT SERVICE c r; ,i r d h•: ,, B•i. .n^r i wVr5 • •*•*•. **• *•— •Ml SECURITY iulVN B ,i ". b TMt ""''"'.••"' 1SZ1 SECURITY BUILDING F. A. HAROIN. Mgr. PHONE J-SS70 *$il£ 1.41a. f/fai.-d ssH ^ %  ata4dtt£&83i&4&



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PRjDAY. IUNE 13. 1941 +Jeist fkrkJiar PAGE THREE B'nai B'rith Not e s By MILTON FRIEDMAN I euess no one will question Ihe statement that Tuesday niehts meeting was one of the outstanding of the year On all "ides could be heard the comment that it was the biggest turnout since last year It was surmising m view of the terrific heat wave has hit Miami the last few days. Incidentally, the Auxiliary also had a record turnout. I wonder if it always holds true that the attendance" at the mens meeting will correspond proportionately with that of the women's and vice versa. The Auxiliary had a double barrelled program. First they condiuv thi :r own meeting and heard Mrs Claire Weintraub speak Mrs Weintraub is president ol • Miami Federation of Worn,..'. Clubs After their meet::then came into the Lodge : ; "d listened to an mspir.: e Idress by Francis Patrick Mai or Frank Malone as he is :: familiarly known. Mr Mali :. :s a well known world Ira I correspondent and tator. Malone said that what mis country needs is more M • speaking at B"nai B'rith meetings and more Cohens speaking it meetings of the Knights of Columbus. He reaffirmed what many of us have though: that the America First Committee was actually an America Last committee built upon a hatred for President Roosevelt Malone repeated that his favor.:subject was tolerance and that he would always fight for it. Mr Malone received a tremend< ition at the conclusion of his address. The meeting adjourned immediately thereafter with everyone in great spirit. After al why shouldn't it have ended that way when on top of hearing a splendid address the members were presented a check for s:00 :<0 from Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. a contribution of the Auxiliary for Student Union work. Bro Aronovtiz said that although he did not know whether it was proper for a Ben Brith to call a member of the auxiliary sister yet in this particular instance he would not hesitate to call J.lister The women seem to have a tremendous amount of enthusiasm in their work I believe with Mrs. Goldstri m, who so told the men. that • very member of the Lodge should persuade his wife to join the Auxiliary The ladies are planning on a* musical for some time in the near future Mrs. Milton Friedman asked them not to hesitate In volunteering if they have any talent or if 1 know any members who are talented to turn in their names Those who read my column must have been surprised at last week's contents. The article just did not make sense did it? the editor omitted the middle part of the article, particularly some beautiful quotations a rabbi's open letter to a : paper. (Ed. note.—deliberately Sholem Lodge has been challenged to a battle. However, it is nothing to lose sleep about. You see Ute Mian.; A Z A chapter has challenged the L dg a diamond ball game 7. are pretty good and most are i n the Y M H A. tea However I think v. good men to make a bal All those wh an playing on the Lodgi I engage in this epic get in touch w possible. We'll need a out men. so says Br Emil I who is trying to get up I Speaking of athl 3r Marty Milstein states that a bogey (where do thej ever get such namesi golf ton nt for Lodge members w... iki place in about two weeks Las: year every one in the tourney g • prize. Not bad. e. Just my luck that I've never played the game. Bro Mil requested participants :' r league which plays every Wednesday night At the Tuesday nig] eting a discussion was started or. when the Lodge would h innual chanty affair and for what organization to receive the -. ceeds. Last year you will recall we held a dance at the Ch .: Center for the benefit of the Red Cr is It was suggested that % %  .: thi -roceeds of the affair, go to the Crippled Children's Hospital the U :' Miami, or provide air cone/, nirg for the: charity room a: the Jackson f Memorial Hospital, etc. A committee of five was appointed to' investigate and determine • charity we should aid. Amidst joy there :s always a touch of sadness. Recently Bro Samuel Koff died and a resoiu-' tion was read expressing throw of the Lodge upon his departure iron: our midst. Brothers Leo Eisenstein. Harrv Zukernick and Mose Rosenhouse who previously this year had been unable to attend n were present and calied upon. Rabbi br.apiro. in behalf of the rabbis. expressec • • a tl ion %  vould tat -.: | Murry G: is re.."' % %  Y. was ca for a few r;Sholem Lodge active evi .--. interest g I ident ol Y, J ;• ;...-. Fred Blumberg • %  r On J ... ing of THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ '" elebra'%  %  it 2 ck : i Bi A B %  ... .r.-ri Miami A. Z. A. 322 tch ing Berger I M I ter 12 t I 4 it t 7 gan 5 to 3 until i th lack I tarted th > runs ited tr ".;•" : :. gan This S Miami i the Beach ind the gam it Rirside Park CONGREGATION BETH DAVID ELECTS SIDNEY H. PALMER At the Annual Congregational ".r.g and dinner held Sunday -.g at the B'-.r. David Aulit riun Sidney H Pal: usly served the congrega%  B tw terms was elected president of the congregation. Other officers elected were: j Milton Friedman, vice-president:. Harry Simons, recording secre-1 %  I .-y Sidney Lefr-ourt. financial) tary; Harry Rabe. treasurer i The following were elected as' -. rs: Hyman Sootin. Sol Schwartz. Jack August. Albert Quadow. Sam D:xon and Nat Zalka. Various changes of the charter and by-laws, were voted and approved. Louis Gordon, delivered the addresses of welcome. Rabbi Shapiro spoke on hi| ; and r.appemngs of the pas* ; Mr Pahner expressed thanks and appreciation to the; board of directors, vice president, j president of the Sisterhood and i her committees, and :o all who f i re Instrumental ir .%  ::.-: last year a mcci Mr Pahner paid tribute tc Louis '•'•"• % %  tiring b urer who .".as served the CongreY. W. H. A. General Meeting June 13th ting of the Y w H A new tratior J June Mr M Rubensl Mi M %  inces that ( Mi Judil %  '•' talk Y-Ettes to Hold Dance Saturday Night. June 14 th Y-Btt that grou • : I i mid• I %  -' %  it t .'•. Diamond Ball I :' '-that tl ir you i great in pr J r:.:.: zenshif .-. ing program the Du Ball Team :• play.r.g a very important part .-ship of Frank Rose. : has attained under the of Rabbi Shaph A very elaborate dinner served to all members i: :.-.Congregation. Mrs bad re F..-. president of the Sisterhood nor committee including Mrs S •."...-.. Mrs. Dixon. Mrs Margolis and Mrs. Roth, assisted Mrs Sam Jackson in the preparation of the dinner elected member of our board, youngsters art afforded an rtunity twice weekly to play on the team Every Wednesday it jrday '..-i-::%  % %  will find these ten playing great game against competiti' teams Every'one is afforded an opportunity to Join :his sport. Our aim is not so much to -• • teach thi of good sportsmanship E youngster i great spurt News 'Round Town {ratulati to Dr Sai Beckman, Past President 1 the ..-.-: Adelaide S 1: %  ;.• %  • Sam Schaffer n of Joe an: ill be married *.: erg Sunda; Home Defense Registration %  da the "Y" for Hor t A f the Y. W H .'-. .%  Mrs ... .. ,. K •; %  "•' the DeDade C -.-.•; %  it : Mrs L Liebi rraan Mrs Mauri — Cr mann. Mrs Tina Kotkin Mrs Herman Wepman and Mi "Y-Ettes An enj ;• rung i r >ed I tl ill attend the Y-Ettes Barr. Dance Sa :-:;.= :• night June 14th to be he :he Y tut rooms couples -..;. tl : '.5 cer.ts per couple will enable to attend Tr.e i.r.s .... bring box lui Many of tr.e guest; will come dressed for tje occasion. The affair will star: a: 8 o'clock. Come one come all WITH IS A t J • • • SI IKE FIRE SYSTEM _% %  >< jWtmu fllaki/ruj. bFwri When you feel welL It is misery when you doq't; J Have you ever dragged through a day made miserable • by a Htodaehe, Neuralgia, Muscular Paint or Functional Menttrual Paint—a day when only your sense of duty kept you en the Job? Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills t2s ^ally relieve Headaches. You will find them effective lso in the relief of the other nagging pains mentioned bovt a^-r r~k~. A package of these Prompt acting pain rehevers may save you hou of suffering. Wkei vaa wl^rt gas fmr ysesr faei. hoi u.aur will sever h* asse sf **i'ttr P iah U — T .. aa d the • %  §• % %  i of fael yaa re^aire, will %  ever he a prsbleaa U as far we're raia>aeel Is sapply dependabU gas ha aaaatltlea la fit every rea;Bii> f — f a t frasbeaagalaw ta the largeat hatel. >pn raaiaiereial iastitatlaei .... CALL A %  aVBaHBRsinVal TOIAY e\plarfa the? oJi antazei itf e gas water heat lag. %  a* ^i ah aa hai Sidney H. Paimer President Beth Dav.d C nation as treasurer far the past twelve years After election Isadore Conenone of the founders of the C gregation. formaly introduced and presented the newly elected officers to the membership Rabbi Shapiro was introduced by the president, who spoke very highly of the great progress and achievement the Congrega:. rate gives vaa a %  aaaiaatlal savts* aael saakes aatanaatie water heaiiag by gas a real eeaaaasy. PEOPLESsilg^^i COMPANY H*lly • Ft U.i.u,:, • %  > 1 < • i. I • % 



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FOUR *JtH/s/'/fcr*3(te/7 FRIDAY. JUNE 13. 1941 %  **Jewisti Floridian PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA P. O. BOX 2973 FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor S>lr4 <* 9* • --Mute %  '••'> !**• M ttx '•' x '-< i)(Ii,-f ? Miami. FVM '..>. under lh Act .-. U u • 1*71 SUBSCRIPTION OMBTSAB 1 100 SIX MONTHS $ 1.00 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY TUNE 13. 1941 VOLUME 14 NUMBER 24 AN INTERESTING PRECEDENT The decision or Louisville congregations to deny lebbnnec.'. iind synagogue services including sen-ices on weddings circumcision and tur.eio.ls lo any Jew who is not affiliated with coe of the s.\ synagogues in the city undoubtedly provoked a 30od dec.', o: discussion in other Jewish roir.ir.ur.it.es as it did ir. ours. The Florida Rabbinical Association in convention here st week tvtssed a resolution, authorising the appointment of T committee to study the status ct the i.r.e.tr.liated Jews in the state and to study :';-.-.Louisville plan and its reaction. The neasuie is aimed to toice Jews to •oir. a congregation and xmv the eurelen ot ittoir.tc.ir.ir.e, Jewish institutions in the same iar.no: as this is acre by these who a:e c.tr.lie.ted. Iteration without representation was cue ct the motives behind the Revolutionary Wen Representation without taxation is similarly unfcdi Then cannot be .:: ore community a category ol tews who carry ahligatkns to: Jewish religious and >pk institutiona arc c.rcthe: category who er. ey the eervicea c: tiicsc institutiona but have re obligations whatsoever toward then In the case ot Louisville a six re.cnth survey estahlished thai Df 2 IOC Jewish families only 1 :;; were members of congregations while 90G were unaffinated The proportion is 4 to 3 era ere can assume tret ire same metvrt.eu ex.sts also m many other does It stands to reason that the problem raised now by the Jewish congregationa at Louisville w.'.: theietore nr.d its e else ir othe: V.v.sti eer.tmur.ities The Jewish congregation, today is re: only er institution :e: religious activities but e.'.se a stronghold o: the Jewish communty Jewish, lite in all its aspects is reflected ir. the work of the smaller prev.r.r.ul congregations. Ore who considers himsel: a lew must theietoie belong tc a congregation 4 he desires the services ol this institution B is rot tad to exploit the services erf a relic cus body without being a member or that body. -TIDBrrS FROM EVERYWHEREStrictly Confidential Newly Y II. served Murry Grossman I d president of the H. A. Mr Grossman I rganization as us resident eight yean ago. N %  > %  V It past i Nat Blumbrg totted treeauRf I lk H A has served ir. that r consecutively for the i j i an RABBIS OF STATE HOLD CONFERENCE AT Midi BEACH fCC*' *.£0 -0w SE •) Katefccs be appointed to make a tud-.. ufuaated .*e-s la ( %  "Vfdv. Jew a te sn*d> AM KCH asted tafctC rare .-.-'. Wtrw ea it wv n .;t the l"m\ers.:y ,-r Flrr.er, t. r the Flcr-.da Stair Jo.'.cite t'rr W .-•• :'.-r cirls. Trie Florida Rar> baucsl ft urn iiliiw kajklj asada AN %  : -i aVeei 3 n-.h wMk A Z A and > task aa* at IT ace r • -..: : • the \-snous reaa?!erris r Marge'us peeaaded at Ike Ifiirak Sesssas when Mahi Damd Saaaasfca ad i arc Rare. Manuel Gr^--er.<:.• %  -. West Palm Beach ?reiheir ?ar>ers as 'Emerging ^?asaad tkM AM Rat ai BakAasacaal aa aaart is aaai efforts la maaim F anda .' eaa ccRgr.'ga;..-.-^ .-.e. me n*e fcwir^: 14) AI .-•• _T rrvucTvr and Wk*-'e> m Pajesrme. and cvi\--=.— aladj ar>c irieri tfce weak a-i actmcaa -.- ce m Pales i Rrsciwd "uu: Ji-ac leaders • FVraia c.fr_— %  %  _:-<< ."• %  ca nief rsar ac^c-ia-o; s-_r_l.:y m J tmut rsbeaueal leade tte vSue .•' jxti a~e~ev ii rvsy 12 JewC lee; spe>:-al > d r^ c ; i. ie = ww i 'r. erciij.'i* '." J : i IS*. has served ha ?ci—-^ ; %  rwrs. e_is t^-UT-; si.'.-. %  p-rrri: T vcv*;: SIT .i;. > A-:T..i JiMtaisaB -•-RIM. Namuel Ka'.evi Borvc .d .• art Luuc-tfriaW was welcomed jasai •..-.; %  Fl,-nda Assorvatxx*. ari *as giver, me h:rer t lev i r_il :. ifere! ses— — Students .i the T.vah." Rat*; Adoeph Burger al Tamp* aad Rare. Mr—s A Skaf al CT arc. aaai akeir rvroms — trv teace -; ; re ;..--.e. r.r : fc-.>rls rAscd menattendarsce -.te. T>r J*coc R Kaplan %  V J_— J,-. tl-.e ccruVrerice if" me -5 Reugvxa Education As aadataas Far Kapian e: .**rk; aeeeec:ed aid cress re RI .iat the Rare, u%  s J rc^rejraixT. ard tee Re lance al a C rcgregat-.re ar>i Basel .;' Turectcrs te the Rare--* At the rl'.-str-g sess-.c Ih.'aorc H. Kap-xr rd V M%  ree-Jected presjSer! irai Racxr; Mrrr-i> A Sire secretary treasurer : _r i-i successive %  — s Racers Mrcms D Marg'. Jackscc _le and Mnses MescneiM ace 3e*m. were el-eced ":-T-;?.U;-tS. The -:\: .-• .-Jerenee was schid Nely ejected vjee-presaierr afl the Y M. H. A. a \-ocatxa: gu.iaace cu-e-r: ;r :: tee club AGENCIES. COMMUNITIES UBGED TO UNDERSTANDING: Stirr a 4 •_£• „... -_-j; cay gress aorc--2 r-e prestfc: form tru* ::ae wcrs. iwirci iroe rjftt. Atlantic City WNS^— A plea 'er ntumal understanding bereea rcaum-al arcd .-\-erseas *;iare agencies ce the coe hand aoi l-ral J*a!! cwtr.mciums ""T>-i-:._l r; r-.xir.try rr te.e man :l the heard ai council and Jewisi Feceratiorcs and Welfare Funds, at the IM] RattaaeJ OaBr :erec or J#raa Scv^l Wellar* Israel S Chmfcee r: Sew Yerk kssircuii; iurectec .: :; .". %  .. .;rjeat :.r : -e = t e e was f.r-.-.-d pr.r -uhe Nauooal : =rv-ce surveec..-* rr Maur..re ~i:c :: P.ttsrr_rgOuter -ecaed aatkaded Laaai \ran r; N't* Yrcc 1st •. ..vl aii j a li a a^ Joa s p k E Beck, oi ~~^ "•-" 7/ -~-' "• :e-pr:-*it-:-.t and Mar-e-. K .--.arsiy. of New Yer*. secretary 0-.;: s.:._r-:v-i .d :"r .-.-. ? :v.CT\H5 ^s PASC St -By PHTNEAS J. BIRONINSIDE STUFF One of the reasons why the late Kaiser Wilhelm refused to the very last to return to Germany was his fear that if Hitler should ever want to get rid of him the Nazi chieftain would classify him as a non-Aryan This not only because Queen Victoria of England, his grandmother, proudly claimed descent from the Biblical King David, but also her consort. Prince Albert, was reputed to be the son of a Jew, and not of his nominal father, the Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha Somehow we're not reassured by that British threat that if Hitler comes into Iraq the I English will destroy the Mosul-Haifa oil pipeline and that the necessary repairs would take two years We hope that the Germans and their allies in Iraq won't be too convinced of the ease with which such damage can be done and ot the difficulty that repairs will involve ... If you want the low-down on France's Laval watch out for the new book soon to be published on that gent by Henri Torres, the famed French lawyer who is j now a refugee in this country Via the trans-Atlantic grapej vine we hear that while the Nazi treatment of Jews in occupied France is nothing to write home about, it is better than the treatment refugee Jews get in many sections of unoccupied France. And. returning to the ex-Kaiser, we wonder whether Wilhelrr.'s non-Aryanism, as explained above, may not eventually affect the standing of George Sylvester Viereck, Nazi propaganda chief in America, among his Nazti brethren Viereck, you surely remember, has often boasted that it was the Kaiser who was really his father. YOU SHOULD KNOW Dorothy Thompson's call to action for the pieservation of democracy is meeting with an amazing response, as is her proposal to form a Ring of Freedom The first of a series of meetings to be sponsored by Miss Thompson's group throughout the nation will take place in New York next week Inside-dopesters insist that New York's Governor Lehman will run for a fifth term next year if the country still faces the present emergency situation That "there but for the grace of God" feelina must come over movie director William Wyler whenever he sees a Hitler-refuge ... A career as an Alsatian department store proprietor was indicated for Wyler until, when he was a youth in his late teens, a distant relative, one Carl Laemmle. persuaded him to come to America and enter the movie industry .. Rudolf Hess has dropped out of the news, but he still turns up occasionally in a new quip Thus one Broadwayite has suggested that what Hess went to Scotland for was not to serve humanity, as his farewell note to the Nazis stated, but to see what humanity loks like. NEWS COLUMN The rumors that Dr. Chaim Weizmann intends to fly to Palestine soon are unfounded The head of the Zionists will stay on these shores the better part of the summer Typicai oi the British way of muddling through is the latest develop ment in Eretx Israel Instead of giving arms to the Jews of Palestine the British have, for the first time in the history of the Holy Land, plunked down an income tax on them Look out for an interesting series of articles in the New York Post It will be by George Backer, publisher of that paper, and will give bis impressions of England, whence he is expected to return this month We're all for the U. S. army getting all the troopships it needs—but it does seem a shame that the S. S. Siboney had to be taken from the Lisbon—New York run for this purpose The Siboney had been sold out fat months ahead and thousands ol refugees who had held tickets for this j boat are now stranded for additional months to come ... All of whach greatly aggravates the refugee situation in Portugal, j where thousands ol Jews are concentrated awaiting a chance j to escape from Europe. PROPHETS' CORNER One ol these days we're going to delve into the prophecies of the Great Pyramid of Cheope, which is reputed to contain a complete forecast of the course of world events What got us interested is that fact that one interpreter quite a number of decades ago announced that one era of world history would end and another would be ushered in on September 15-16, 1936. his pr onunciamente being baaed on some inscription in the Pyramid That date, if you remember, marked one of the important France advances in the Spanish Civil War. which military experts now recognixe aa the first advance f.ki "nih of the present world war. THIS AND THAT In reply to the many inquiries that have come to ust We enow nothing definite aa to the Jewiahnaas of General Bernard Freyberg. commander of the Britiah forces in Crete, but it is our impression that the Ansac general is not one of us However, you may be interested to know that the British adrninistrator of Norfolk Island, which lies between Australia and New Zealand, is a Jew. Sir Charles Rosenthal The —al some time ogo mode Mme. Femand de Brinon. Jewish-born wiis of the Vic*) Ambassador to Paris, an "honorary Aryan." but this apparently isn't good enouqh for the vigorously pro-German diplomat At least he's now leported to be planning to a T 2T ee vi 5* cuui ,h#n ma,, V W German secretary Ar.eue Mauiois nee H.moa whoae properoee in France have been confiscated KM some ieoson or other still enjoys visiting the French Embassy al Washmqton ... la he expecting to be offered "honoivuy Aiyamam?" We hope nothing cvnues aj the idea, now in circulation, to send an American Jewish delegation to London on a flying visit. tor the purpose of cheeung up British Jewry British Jewry shouldn t be singled out by lew KM cheering up Pay no atICONTINUSO ON Ml |a



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mhY JUNE 13. 19^1 lenist Ik, tin, PAGE FIVE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB CONGREGATION STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi Raobi's Realdence: 1J23 S W. 14th Terrate Phone 3-5192 %  iW S W. 17th Avenus TALMUD TORAH IMS 8 W. Third Street A congregational dinner will besponsi r I by our Ladies Auxiliary. Sunday evening, June 22nd. at the Talmud Torah, 1545 S \V 3rd street. Home made food will be served from 6 to 8 30 p m Card games and Mah Jongg will follow. Mrs. Max Kupfersti in is chairman and will .,, ,,.. %  ,| by Mrs. A. Daum. Mrs. Wi iam Clein. Mrs. Sam Geltnei Mrs M. Rappaport. Mrs. p Sok Mrs R. Sakowitz. Mrs i irles Tanenbaum and Mrs Sai Tanenbaum. The enls will go towards the support of the Talmud Torah. Advan I vations are urged and m made by calling the 79 or any member •tee. Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4.0406 2263 S W. 21st Terrace i AGENCIES, COMMUNITIES URGED TO UNDERSTANDING ,CO"i T 'NLED FROM PAGE 4) tweeri nation-wide organizations % funds throughout the country and local Jewish communities is the tendency on the part of many national organizatios ti> disregard the local bodies and to make their appeals directly to individual members of the community, Mr. Shroder said. "While these positions may find philosiphical and logical support, we must remember that community organization is not a matter of theory, but of fact. If a community recognizes an organization as its representative, supports its positions and follows its recommendations, no philosophical or theoretical demonstration, however theoretically perfect can prevent it from being the instrument through which the local community expresses its will. While this position is held by many organizations, Mr. Shroder stressed the fact that a great number of national organizations do work hand in hand with the local communities. Local communities are often at fault, too, in that they refuse to meet the national organizations half way, Mr. Shroder stated. London (WNS)—Anti-Nazi demonstrations sponsored by high school and college students are sweeping Nazi-occupied Holland fa protest against the dismissal of Jewish professors and students from the country's educational institutions, according to sources close to the Netherland government-in-exile here. Daily Synagogue Services Shachnss: daily at 8 a m. Saturday at 8:30 a. m. Junior Congregation: Saturday 9 a m. Mincha: daily at 6:45 p. m.. Saturday at 6:30 p. m. Maariv: daily at 7:30 p. m„ Saturday at 7:45 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at 6:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The Portion of the Week." Religious School We are proud to announce ;> record enrollment for our summer sessions. Classes are held from 8:45 a. in. to 12:30 p. m Monday through Thursday. In the absence of our Cantor. Miss Sonya Shpall is teaching all classes. Registration of children between the ages of 6 and 15. from beginners to the study of Chumash and Rashi. takes place each week day morning at the Talmud Torah office. Parents are urged to enroll their children now. Summer classes show the best results. No registration fee. Congratulations We wish to express a Mazul Tov to our good members, Mr. and Mrs. S. Weiss on the marriage of their son, Milton, to Miss Cecile Alexander in a beautiful ceremony at our synagogue. Members of both the families came from New York to be present. Many city officials attended. We wish the young couple, health, wealth and happiness. We congratulate our Rabbi on being elected vice president of the Florida Rabbinical Association, at the convention held in Miami Beach last week. Wedded Joseph Hoffman and Miss Frances Feldman were married this week at the home of Rabbi Mescheloff in a simple ceremony. The couple have left for a honeymoon in New York and Vermont. They will return to our city this Fall. Welcome Home Mr and Mrs. E. Raphael and family return this Sunday from a four week vacation to New York. During his stay there. Mr Raphael studied the practice of circumcision, in preparation to becoming a Mohel. (CONTINUED FROM PAOE 4) tention to any whispering campaign that may reach your ears concerning the special fund that Dr. Chaim Weizmann is trying to secure for the Zieff Chemical Research Institute at Rehoboth, Palestine, which he heads ABOUT PEOPLE If you are addressing an official communication to our friend Pierre van Paassen be sure to prefix his name with the title "Dr."' The honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters has been conferred upon him by the University of Dubuque. Iowa Record-br.aking blood donor on the Philadelphia Red Cross records is Meyer Davis, jr., the bandleader's son Young Davis gave four full portions of his hemoglobin during the past year A new star seems to be rising on the New York Grand Opera Company horizon He's Stanley Swartz. and a butcher by trade Did you know that the oldest living graduate of Notre Dame University, a member of the class of 1878, is a gentleman named Newmark who now lives at the Los Angeles Jewish Home for the Aged'' ... Is it the delicate international situation that has put a stop to the "Mr. Moto" film series, in which Peter Lorre used to star? Proving that you can't keep a good man down. songwriter Ted Fetter, a draftee at Camp Livingston. La., is now writing the camp stage revue Appropriately enough, he's calling it -Camp Livingston. I Presume" And here's our final bit of news, which we're really ashamed to put into print—but we must pass it on We've just learned that the proprietors of the Yorkville Casino, the movie house that shows all the Nazi films in the heart of Manhattan's Nazi center, are two Jews, named Scheinman and Greenberg. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation*, TEMPLE ISRAEL 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAA SMAPIKU, KaODI 498 S. W. 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2178 Pirminent Calendar Daily Service* 7 :30 a. m. Evening Services 6:00 p. m. Saturday morning • :30 a.m. Sunday morning 8:00 a.m. Hebrew School. daily.3:15-8:13 Sundsy School 1 0:00 a.m. Jr. Cong. Saturdays^lOlOa. m. Talmud Torah Once again we wish to stress the importance of registering your child for the summer semester of our daily Hebrew School. Classes are held daily from 9 to 12 a. m Sisterhood Card Party and Mah Jongg Please remember your date for Monday afternoon. June 23rd. for Card-Bingo and Mah Jongg Party at the Southern Dairies hostess room 62 N. E. 27 street. Mrs. Isadore Fine, president, also requests that all members and friends keep open Tuesday. July 8th. because plans for a Boat Ride are being formulated for that eve. The Pot Called The THE TRAIL TAVERN FEATURES "Chicken In The Pan" s 50c FREE DELIVERY &f 05 S. W. 8th St. • %  *- ,M STARTS TOMORROW AT REGULAR PRICES Hollywood kicks over the traces and pays a fast-steppinq tune-tinqlinq tribute to wur Town". -.... WORLD'S FIRST SHOWING • • AT BOTH THEATRES IN TECHNICOLOR r / /A ATTORNEY OF MIAMI BEACH PRESIDENT JUNIOR C. OF C Melvin J. Richard. Miami Beach attorney, has been elected president of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. Others chosen at the same time were Mac Lubin. secretary; Louis Gillman, treasurer, and Phil Kaplan, historian, all of whom are members of the board of directors. Others elected to the board were Sol Horowitz, George Light, Tom Stroud. Herbert Horowitz, C. Howard West, Phil Seidenberg, Barney Specter, and Robert Simon, the immediate past president. Installation of the new officers took place Sunday. 137 H. E. 1th Strset Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. O. j 6998 Indian Creek Drive—8-1285 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 8-1738 Miami Beach Congregational Regular services at Temple Israel will be held this Fridayevening, June 13th, at 8:15 p. m., with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. Services continue at the Temple during the summer months with Congregational singing and participation. Men's Club Boat Ride The Men's Club of Temple Israel will hold their annual Boat Ride on Monday evening. June :23rd. 1941. at 8:15 p. m. on the yacht Seven Seas, leaving Pier 8 of the City Yacht Basin. The tariff of SI.00 per person, includes 'refreshments. Tickets are avail] able from Harold B. Spact. chair! man of the event. Harry' Boyell. president of the Men's Club, or any of the members of the com' mittee in charge of the Boat Ride, 1 as well as the Temple Office. In Memoriam 'May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn and comfort the bereaved among us." '""At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the fol1 lowing will be hallowed: Recently departed: Frances Glanckopf. wife of Oscar Glanckopf; Simon Bass, father of David Bass. Mrs. J. A. Richter and Mrs. Harry A.Miller. Yahrzeits: Kate Aronovitz. mo.' ther of Dr. Samuel Aronovitz and Abe Aronovitz: Dr. M. D. Katz. father of Mrs. William Wilkins and Mrs. Joseph Weintraub; Rosalind Eppstein. sister of J. Eppstein: Freda Plant, mother of i Morris Plant; Samuel Rosenthal, father of Harold Landfield and : Edwin Landfield; Lipman LcV'ine, father of Benjamin LeVine. L FREDERICK BLALOCK DENTAL SURGEON 912 Congress Building Phone 2-7112 Res. Phone 7-5192 MIAMI. FLORIDA w moon OUER minmi WITH DON AMECHE. BETTY GRABLE. 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PAGE SIX > Jtn ist fkridian FRIDAY. JUNE 13, 194, \i OUR FLA G-L ONG MAY IT WAVE! The only American Flag bearing Hebrew letters was presented to Abraham Lincoln in 1861 by Abraham Kohn. a member of Chicago's Ramah B'nai B'rith Lodge, a Jewish merchant and civic leader, shortly after Lincoln's election to the presidency. Handmade of silk, the flag had inscribed on it in black letters the the third to ninth verses of the first chapters of Joshua. Although Lincoln acknowledged receipt of the flag, its whereabouts are a mystery. However, it is mentioned in Admiral George H Preble's standard work on the flag. 'History of the Flag of the United States." Although there are many claimants to the distinction of being the father of Flag Day. the late Benjamin Altheimer. New York and St. Louis philanthropist and a Ben B'rith. is credited with having inspired the first observance in St. Louis on June 14th. 1912. Through the efforts of Senator Spencer, of Missouri, who had been interested in Flag Day by Altheimer. President Wilson issued the first national Flag Day proclamation in 1916. Congress, having been introduced by Congressman Samuel A. Weiss, a member of the McKeesport Lodge of B'nai B'rith. The bill is known as H. R, 2322 While a member of the Pennsylvania legislature. Congressman Weiss fathered the law making Flag Day a holiday in PennsylBARON DE HIRSCH LOAN FUND AIDS MANY IN NEED Our Flag— Long Ma> it Wave Mc ARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY Incorporated •69 N E 62r-a Sl-et P" -.-667 A -ill to make Flag Day a national day is now pending in O.r F .10, — Tr l( ly A"-eNOR GE can CAR PENTER ALTHOR SERVICE CO. ZED 62 W. Flagier St-eet Pr 3-6' 64 T AMI AMI TOURIST COURT COMFORTABLE COTTAGES CABINS—TRAILER SPACE 3038 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 4-9169 Eddie Cantor. I. J. Fox. New York merchant: Harry Kastenbaum. of Rockford. 111., and the late Benjamin Altheimer. all members of B'nai B'rith. are among the 40 men and women who have received the rare honor of life membership in the Order of Uje Flag, the legion of honor of trie United States Flag Association. The ritual book of B'nai B'rith contains the ritual for Flag Day as well as a brief history of the American Flag. Receiving very little publicity and talked of infrequently is the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund. A part of the Jewish Welfare Bureau it serves as an important part of the community's program of aiding the deserving and helping the needy. Since its inception in 1937 the fund has handled over 200 loans to residents of greater Miami. It is available to responsible individuals to aid them in self-rehabilitation and who cannot always qualify for bank loans. Collateral is not required but two comakers are necessary. No in-1 terest is charged and as long as ten months is given for repay-' ment in small weekly or monthly installments. The loan committee meets weekly to consul. plications. Anyone desirous of information can communicate with the office of the Jewish Welfare Bureau 402 Congress building, teleoh,,> 3-5377. ALBERT E. ROSENTHAL. NEW PRESIDENT. DENTAL GROUP Albert E. Rosenthal. acti, local communal circles and a member of the Miami Dental society, was named presidentelect of that organization at regular meeting held last Monday. He has served as officer of the group for the past 3 and will be installed in June 1942, 0_Flag—Long May It Wave! HOTEL LEAMINGTON 307 N E 1st St. Ph. 2.5-M Ojr Flag—Truly American! J O YNER'S SERVICE STATION •000 S W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 2-948C Forty eight different flags have entered the history and evolution of the American Flag. Among the foreign flags that have flown over some part of what is now continental United States were those of the Vikings. Spain. England. France. Holland. Belgium. Sweden. Russia and Mexico. Our Flag—Long May It Wave! EDITH & FRITZ 3236 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 29496 Our Flag—Truly American' SUNSHINE HOSPITAL 47 N. W. 32nd Place Ph. 4.693: 0-Flan—Long May It Wave! STEEL WINDOW SERVICE 2 62 N W 1ft Ave. Ph. 2.325: Greetings cr Flag Day SEWING MACHINE SHOP 35 N. E. 1st St Ph. 2-4024 Greetings on Flag Day STEWART PAGE CORP. 4311 S. W. 16th St. Ph. 4.7912 Our Flag—Long May It Wave! NICHOLSON PAINT CO. 218 Alton Road Ph. 5-1479 Plant at 29th St. and N. W. North River Drive Our Flag—Long May It Wave A. B. CURRY CITY MANAGER CORAL GABLES Our Flag—Long May It Wave! INGMAN MOTORS R B INGMAN %  64"2 S W. 8th St. Ph 3-467' Our Flag—Truly American! KALER PRODUCE CO. 1200 N W. 22nd St. Ph. 2-5197 Greet'ngs en F.ag Day MILES D. GALLOWAY REAL ESTA-E 606 L neon Pcad B 58. P5.334Our Flag—Long May It Wive! 2 Place* to Get Fresh Eggs THE HEN HOUSE Call MERCHANTS EGG CO. Ph 2.2027 1200 N. W. 22nd St. Stalls 18—20 NOTICE WOOD'S GENERAL AUTO REPAIR Formerly located 1'2S N. E 1st Ave. Now Located at 59 N E. 11th TER. PH. 2-0275 ANYTHING—ALL CARS Our Workmanship Guaranteed FLAG DAY GREETINGS LOOREM'S PEANUT SANDWICHES MADE IN MIAMI 2101 S. W. 58th Court PHONE 4-4286 Our Flag—Long May It Wav H. C. WILCOX GARAGE 2901 N. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-9166 LET .j£ DO YO.= '.E.OB We at See-: I stj =-;i -; --o.--„..-, -,.,, m .. Mcttni =_-: £:, -.-•%  II VEAPS EIE= £•. ;= | >0~P PROTECT r. *. Wri S? *.-.•— ;.; %  : --., AJ G .*.! %  ;.,•. .. SUPERIOR SEPTIC TANK CO. .M.*m. Meet *-:*j—.n 94 s .v -,S : =iiz: Greetings on Flag Day PHONE 3-4933 MIAMI PHOTO AND SPORTS SUPPLIES M a— s C'iest Came-a House and '-•:st Complete Spots Store <3B B sca.n Blvd.. Miami. Fla. HUNDREDS OF HOMES tiful and attractive in every • of Miami Foreclosure of w hornet toiera i--i\ Ing (or the % %  %  %  aeea neceeattate •, ... k -'•-. \\V have some Honest to Goodness Real Bargains. COMQM Cs H. H. LEWIN. Realtor 208 Halcyon Arcade Phone 3-5373 or 2.6519 145 East Flagler Street STANLEY HARDWARE te FURNITURE CO. L. J. STANLEY. Owner We Buy. Sell and Trade laltlej Paints. Hardware and >• ••: u Electrical, 1'lumi.im; Md Building Materials. We Pay More for Tour Household Goods and. <>f coarse %  !wJ5 LL I:M CHEAPER" Ph. 7.9488 118 N. W. 79th St. Miami. Florida Greetings on Flag Day GUY'S AUTO PARTS 237 N. W 20th St. Ph. 3-3:7' Our Flag—Truly A y American! TARADASH PROPERTIES Incorporated 933 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3052 ••*. "Ss :c Flag Day ACME SUPPLY CO. : -SS VASVILLE EINDED ROOFERS 5-EE£'L WORKS •: %  N E t St Ph 2.6497 Our Flag—Truly American! MILLER ELECTRIC CO. A. W MILLER 5872 s W 4th Street Ph 4-4292 Our Flao—Truly American! U. S. FOUNDRY & MANUFACTURING CORP. 422-28 N. W. 1st Ct. Ph. 2.8202 BISC A YNE FISHING BOAT Pier 7. City Yacht Basin 9:30 A M. to S:00 f>, M. BAIT AND TACKLE FURNISHED FREE LUNCH SERVED ON BOARD For Reservation* Phone 2-2236 GREETINGS ON FLAG DAY LOUIS N. POKRESS REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS 6C5 Linoln Road Telephone 5-5222 MIAMI BEACH G<-njt,ngj on Pl*Q Day HUSKAMP MOTOR CO. 242 AJhambra Circle PHONE 4.2566 GREETINGS ON FLAG DAY! THE LATCH STRING INN BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER Open the Year Round 1900 Biscayne Bird. Phone 3-3222 OUR FLAG—LONG MAY IT WAVE! ROBBINS ROOFING S SHEET METAL CO. 222 N. W. 26th Street TWMIII P "ONE 2-3705 i.w. MILLS A.H.BECKER OUR FLAG! LONG MAY IT WAVE! BOWMAN F. ASHE President UNTVERSrTY OF MIAMI GREETINGS on FLAG DAY from GEORGE STARR OUR FLAG-TRULY AMERICAN! P. & A. GARAGE. Inc. 58 N. E. 8th Street PHONE 3-5568 % % %  % % %  OJm FLAG -TRULY AMERICAN! VENETIAN SHORTWAY SEDAN SERVICE MIAMI TO MIAMI BEACH nppp M n 1 D, rS r Ev, ry KIVE Minutes iiJCTStR S AFK COMFO p RT A nBL 3 E 3M0 OUR FLAG—TRULY AMERICAN! CANADA DRY BOTTLING COMPANY OF FLORIDA "For Your Mixed Drinks" 1125 N. W. 7th Avenue p hon 2 2879



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-uv. IQNE M. ItH +Jeist fkrkhir PAGE SEVEN vr York (WNS)—More than 5 '00O persons, including many of dTolleagucs in the House of toresentativcs. lawyers and Ses, jammed New York s lovy, Fast Side to pay final tribute Sressman M. Michael Edel:;, who died of a heart attack ; ih'e Bouse lobby a few minutes lr defending American Jews ri charges of attempting to push United States into war. Pi Bernard Bergman, execuOrtitino* on F,a 0 Day LEW M. CISCO TRANSFER and STORAGE m N E : -l Ave. Ph. 2-5411 tive director of the Home of the Sons and Daughters of Israel, officiated at impressive funeral services at the Gramercy Park Memorial Chapel. Dr. Bergman eulogized Rep. Edelstein as "a martyr on the alter of pure democracy and true Americanism." Internment was at Mt. Zion Cemetery, Maspeth. L. I. The 53-year-old Jewish Con-' gressman jumped to his feet when John A. Rankin, of Mississippi, one of the most vicious anti-Semites in Washington. charged that "Wall Street and a little group of our international Jewish brethren" were seeking to plunge the country' into war. The New York Representative received the unanimous consent of the House to reply to Rankin's charges and was loudly cheered when he finished. After his address. Mr. Edelstein. who had been suffering from a weak heart, left the floor and collapsed in a chair in the lobby. Born in Poland on February 5th. 1888, Rep. Edelstein was 0'**t -qs on Flag Day KATHRYN ERB WEAVING -v sible weaving—Fine Mending Burns. Tear*. Moth Hole Call for and Delivery 7-8 Congr-ss Bldg. Ph. 3-4028 REMEMBER FLAG DAY TROPICAL SODA 942 N. E. lit Avenue BILL KINNEBREW U. P. A. GIVES $25,000 FOR RELIEF OF OLD YISHUV New York City (JPS)—A special grant of $25,000 from United Palestine Appeal funds has been made for the benefit of the old Yishuv in Palestine, according to an announcement by Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal. The fund will be distributed for relief purposes at the discretion of Chief Rabbi Isaac Halevi Hcrzog AGUDATH ISRAEL" TO BE ORGANIZED _IN CANADA Montreal (J P S'—Plans have been completed for the organization of a Canadian branch of the Agudath Israel, the ultra-Orthodox group. Branches are to be formed in this city and in Toronto and Winnipeg. brought to this country three years later by his father, a toolmaker. Since his arrival here he has lived in New York's heavily Jewish-populated East-Side. He studied evenings at Cooper Union and Brooklyn Law School and was admitted to the bar in 1910. II never married and lived with his mother, now 85 vears old. TYPHUS EPIDEMIC TAKES HEAVY TOLL OF Zurich (W N S;—Typhus epidemics have broken out in the Jewish quarters of Bucharest and other large Rumanian cities and are taking a heavy toll of life in the overcrowded Jewish districts despite desperate efforts by Jewish and government doctors to check the disease, it was learned here. First news that a typhus epidemic was ravaging the Jewish sections of Rumania was furnished by the pro-Nazi Rumanian newspaper "Bucharest T a g e blatt." which attributed the rapid spread of typhus to unsanitary conditions in the Jewish quarters. With the Rumanian anti-Jewish laws throwing tens of thouNAZIS FIND NEED OF JEWS IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRIES Zurich (WNS)—An acute shortage of skilled workers in the Polish textile industry has brought home to the Nazis the realization that they may have acted too hastily in ordering Jews out of the textile factories when they occupied Poland, it was I learned here. The Nazi army, which is dependent on the Polish textile factories for many of its supplies, has demanded that Polish Jewish workers be compelled to return to their jobs. sands of Jews out of jobs, more and more Jewish families must turn to Jewish charities for their food and lodging. Their resistance broken down by sub-human living conditions, the Jews fell I easy victims to the epidemics. Our Flag—Long May It Wave! IL A SMITH LAUNDRY 312 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-3464 Our Flag—Truly American! ELS A S S E R S SERVICE STATION 7791 Biscayne Blvd Ph. 79296 Ou' Flag—Long May It Wave! MCALLISTER FLORIST FLORAL DESIGNS 629 S W. "st St. Ph. 2-3773 BRINSON MFG. CO. QUALITY VENETIAN BLINDS OFFICE AND FACTORY 3240 N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 3-6192 O. D. Brinton. Miami. Florida Our Flag—Truly American: TAMIAMI MOTOR REPAIRING CO. 1277 S W. 8th St. Ph. 3-1446 OUR FLAG! TRULY AMERICAN! MISS HELEN G. WARNER Our Flag—Truly American! S. ERNEST PHILPITT & SON WURLITZER PIANOS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SHEET MUSIC RECORDS 36 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-5181 Greetings on Flag Day SHIER'S SHOE SHOP JOE KADAR "72 S. W. 17th Ave. Ph. 3-3545 Greetings on Flag Day DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N W. 14th Street PHONE 2-9335 Local and Long Distance Moving LERETTES TRANSFER Moving Packing Crating Rapid. Dependable Service 3325 N. W. 5th Ave Ph. 2 3445 Greetings on Flag Day DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN 503 N. W 7th Ave. Ph. 2-9'01 Our Flag—Truly American! A FRIEND I. B. L Our Flag—Truly American! LAW'S TRANSFER Light and Heavy Hauling AJJ • U Storage. Warrhouse Co. Now In our N< w Location 1180 N. W. 1st Ave PHONES 2-8983—2-5792 Greetings on Flag Day BOAT RESTAURANT 39 N E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2517 OPEN ALL NIGHT Our Flag—Long May It Wave! SCHAAF'S PRESERVING CO. JELLIES AND PRESERVES 1305 N. W 22nd Street PHONE 2-4634 Our Flag—Truly American! DR. F. H. FISHER 943 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-3560 OUR FLAG— LONG MAY IT WAVE! MONNAH PARK BLOCK CO.. INC. HkMlMIM 220& N. W. 41st Street Established 1924 Our Flag—Truly American! MELROSE BEAUTY SALON 3400 N. W. 27th Ave Ph. 20336 OUR FLAG—LONG MAY XT WAVE! NATIONAL FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE CO. E. C. THRALL Florida General Acjenti 0I Ponce de Leon Bird. ** %  4-3502 CORAL GABLES BUY THE NEW FIRESTONE De LUXE CHAMPION TIRE **• Tire the Speedway Has Made Famous lot Your Protection on the Highway FIRESTONE BATTERIES Are Guaranteed for Long Life and Dependability 54 TRAINED EXPERTS RENDER SERVICE YOU CAN DEPEND UPON 24 HOUR SERVICE CALL 3-8431 FIRESTONE AUTO SUPPLY & SERVICE STORES ttth Ayenu* and Wort Flagler St Miami Fla. Our Flag—Long May It Wave! OLIirS U-DRTVEIT SERVICE 2900 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-26B9 "Your Patronage Appreciated" Our Flag—Truly American! CORPORATION PRESS & STAMP WORKS RUBBER STAMPS — SEALS 323 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2.1SS6 Our Flag—Truly AmeHean! DR. WALTER K FOLEY Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH Our Flag—Long May It Wave! MONAH PARK SERVICE STATION 2201 N. W. 41t Street PHONE 7-9392 Our Flag—Truly American! DAVIS IRON WORKS Incorporated BOILERMAKERS AND CERTIFIED WELDERS Ph 2-6030 1e0.8 N. Miami Ave. Raoonditioned Boilers for Sale and Repairs Day or Night Anywhere SMOKESTACKS AND TANKS OUR FLAG! LONG MAY IT WAVE! [ COMPANY 7005 Biscayne Blvd. PHONE 7-1131 300 N. E. 71st Street PHONE 7-2W1 FLORIDA SUNLAND FOODS. INC. Available at Leading Fruit Shippers The Original Pure Papaya Syrup OUR FLAG—TRULY AMERICAN THE GARDEN RESTAURANT MR. and MRS. HANS FREYER 2235 S. W. 8th Steeet Phono 4-3155 GREETINGS ON FLAG DAY ACE MATTRESS CO. 156 N. W. 5th Street Phone 3-2778 OUR FLAG—LONG MAY IT WAVE! F. C. TOMS FILL AND SOILS OF ALL ENDS Also General Hauling Phone 3-3427 2799 N. W. 30th Street • i V •



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PAGE EIGHT -JewistntrkBar, FRIDAY. JUNE 13. 1941 :;5 Wtn Narisrr Vers-os Religion : • • e i.-. -• i*yi brutalhia :' •? %  '.'. ...... : v But tin liaafed. aa i : FT :f the Jews are not safe, neither is any other group The •;-: .n all Fascist counh as been first the Jews, then the C then the lit) ., .,...,. ., lrC Only by the solidarity of Jews, Protect! and Catholics alike will our own country be able tc meet the totalitarian menace. Canseqw' %  -.%  Recent issues of a the"frct '---a... %  whose .., Jtws f .. tadoctrinau circulation run* into many thou... Third P.-.: 7/ie ^4Z)L News Service by WILLIAM L BOXERMAN. Diractor FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF BNAI BRITH ~ a r. have renewed their allegathat A small but powerful %  %  %  %  z' %  rat;r -ar r for = tyranny a^ r.. truth .... 7' ropafanda are 1 T -.. z %. %  £•~ : %  Itad I Nerx -.!.%  : %  T-. : %  3 %  I bj Father ?. 7 3 .. %  Tt Nail I Not i %  --..-; s minority is moulding public to its own ends" This "pow.-r.inority" is identifie ntleman of the cloth who rites these articlei as being tl people of the T -" Kindly print tome %  thi tary facts dealing j ect E E Miami Beach .-. r No greater faisei) ve than h* 8 '-' circulated by the de-. : S Nuns rk I .%  ... No pi nrutted t Ji i :.sh people than which you refer The ADL had occasion in one ol itt ..... ~.. of J'.--. Ecoi Domii ition," • • alleged J' :r • %  .•: pinj The great news gathering be • j .%  %  %  • generatioi rincle Jew plat %  -. it a .n ry • techniejut Na-brutality simp] United Pre repre s enting i r I han 1.1 3 00 newspapers, then not a A similar situati n the ownership of the Press The International News Service is owned and con' -' % %  -' -*'-' %  Tc the Jewish reader U tt .. d bv u. ; :::arr. Randolph •' --' ; : ver > pamphlet written by %  CatholM Hearst, who. of course, is not a ""'-''• t there :s or.lv one enoourj ev> % % % % %  tau •.-: %  -;• ag;r .g thought. At long las', re-' %  %  % %  %  Goebfc igtous groups than the Goebbe il % % % %  -'. who learr.-.c Jews have come to realize that church that il -one can afford to be c aptures the child ru capabout the challenge of Nazism HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN ^—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BV THOUSANDS—MAY WE SERVE YOL' Phone MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 for GRADE "A PASTELRIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BLTTER SALT BETTER COTTAGE CHEESE BLT-'ERVILK SOLR CREAM SO' ACDOPMILLS /• S<*cereiy Be' The largest daily newspaper chain in America is that of the Hearst press, with a daily circulation amounting to 5.000000. Mr Hearst is not a Jew. ill The Patterson-McCormick newspaper chain is second largest with an average daily circulation of 2.232.156 Patterson and McCormick are not Jews. <3i The third largest average daily circulation is that of the Scripps-Howard newspaper chain. This amounts to 1.794.617. Those who own and control this chain are not Jews. r 4 There are only four sizeable chains in the newspaper field owned or controlled by Jews, the Ochs interests own the New York Times and the Chattanooga Times: J. David Stem owns the New York Post the Philadelphia Record and the Camden Courier and the Camden Post (New Jersey.. Paul Block owns the Newark (New Jersey i Star-Eagle, the Toledo Blade. To'edo Times and the Herald and News Tribune of Duluth. Minn.; E P. Adler of Davenport. Iowa, owns papers in towns such as Davenport, and Ottumwa in Iowa. Madison. Wis, Hannibal. Mo., and Lincoln. Nebr. The total -.rrulation of each group is as follows: The Ochs papers. 489371: The Stern publications. 391.209: The Paul Block chain. 289.I .26. and the ACitr group. 198.I 610. The comparison of the above figures readily indicates the undeniable fact that Jewish ownership and control is a tiny proportion of the whole. The magazine situation is even more striking: except for the New Yorker (in which the largest stockholder is a Jew. but the directing head a non-Jew.) the only important Jewish owned magazines are the American Mercury' ar 'd Esquire. It is sometimes suggested that :< the Jewi do not directly control the newspapers, they are able at any rate to do so indirectly by advertising. The point may I < made that non-Jewish | the vast newspaper chains are men of such enormous wealth and the chains themselves have such huge circulation, that it is incredible and ridiculous to believe that they would allow elv to be influenced by their advertisers Advertising, furthermore, is of such great to the press but also to the advertiser hims.lf. that it is safe to conclude that • interests the latter is not the p' : the paper in which • but the size of its circulation. As to the advertising agencies. Th< Ji wish participation amounts to from one to three percent. Of the two hundred largest agencies in America, six may be Jewish Of the 1.800 smaller age:.' :• ips 100 to 150 are conducted ;. .; gard to book publishers: thi n practically n in this business prior to 1915: today Jewish owned pub%  ..-:• Knopf. Simon and Shu.-'. I Viking Press. Covici-Fned. and Random House do nol ompari influence %  o-Jewish pub!:.-: %  s like Macmillan, Harpers. Hcughtor.-Mifflin. Doubleday Doran. Scribners. Appleton-C • n tury. etc. Summary It will be seen from the a that there is not a grain of truth to the Hbelous charge that the American Press is controlled by the Jews. All good Americans should exercise characteristic American fairness. Fair judgments are made on the basis of facts—not fables. Jews play a very' minor role in the vast American press. Anti-Semites rely on the mass ignorance that seems to prevail even among people supposedly well-read, in their effort to get away with such SUMMER-GRAM CAMPAIGN STARTED ON JUNE 4TH. 1941 Making summer vacationists want to spend their leisure days in Florida is the worthy puri behind the Florida Power and Light Company's annual "Summer-Gram" campaign, which I gan here on June 4th, 194] Every citizen, firm, civic club and other organization in Miami is invited to cooperate in this effective plan, which since 1937 has brought an increasing number of summer visitors to our community and other towns in the state. The "Sunshine Service organization has prepared picturi cards, showing attractive so. in this area, which the cornpa will mail to addresses in northern states. Cuba and Canada : cards will be available at : %  local Florida Power and L office, free of charge and I company will pay the t.< The only cooperative eff rt : quired from our citizens is | they address the cards to friends and acquaintances out the state: the company will : them. Since its inaugur;.:: r years ago. the "Summer-G: campaign has attracted nati wide interest and has been a 1 mite aid in building Flori I summer visitor business. Dave L. Bos worth, managi : the company's office here, stat "In addition to address:r,p th cards, our citizens, we I ;• be inspired to send their outstate friends other remind) i such as local newspapers Lite] ture. snapshots and other facts about our community, which may persuade others to come hen only for a vacation but for a permanent home, possibly to estal lish business here. Think what a tremendous effect it would have, if every one of us would send out one letter a month to some northern friend boostint our town and urging him tc settle here." outrageous falsehoods. In no way. shape, or form have American Jews ever sought to control the American press, or even to influence it for their own ends Ask Your Local Delica t e—a n For the Beat • It Coats No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PIODUCTS I7th ifci*. CHUM n |m(k4 Maata • %  a Nirimi AH Chwaa* Call F. A. PETERSON. District Manager SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. PHONE 4-4240 FOR SALESBOOKS and BUSINESS FORMS OF ALL KINDS "Compare Our Prices and Quality' RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyona harlnr artlcla of clotklnc. furniture, ate. that •re not aeln* oaad or needed. ; -• cooperate with th* ;.diea Auxiliary of the Jewlah Welfare Bureau. and aend theae ar'.icUa to the RUMMAGE STORK BMlntalned by them If Yeu Cannot Brine Theae ta the RUMMAGE STORE Lecated at 1a7 N. W. Mh St. Plaaaa Phone Mra. t_ 4. Hartx. 2-713S Mra. Merrte Oul-ter, 5-3517 Mra Harry Kaufman, 5.2e Jewish Welfare Office. S-S377 Mra. Mayer athwart*. 2-tSe4 and they will ee called for For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds in Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation IIAVIIE HIIMIRAVL m eft MIAMI 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $5,600,000 J. M LIFTON. President


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The Jewish Floridian
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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 13, 1941

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Co"a/WA'G 7/7/7 e Jhewiislh lUmiHty
n
VOLUME 14No. 24
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 13. 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
1.1.10 OBSERVE
FLAG DAY UNDER i
CES OF ELKS
NATIONAL COUNCIL ELECTS
BLUMENFIELD PRESIDENT
Under the auspices of the Bc-
nt and Protective Order
of Elk?. Miami Beach, will join
Saturday. June 14th in the ob-
e i Flag Day with a
program of colorful ceremonies
to the aniversary.
Chairman. Dr. Maurice Klein has
planned a day which will go
down in history as one long to
red The exercises
will start at 7 30 p. m. at Flam-
ingo Park, Miami Beach. A con-
Senior High School
band under the leadership of I
Felix McKcarnon. Following,
the band concert a parade o
Flags.
The venings observance, states
Chairman Maurice Klein. Past
Commander of the American Le-
gion Post of Miami Beach will
be of great patriotic import to
Dade County.
Civic and Patriotic Organiza-
tions throughout the county will
At the annual conference of
he National Council for J.
Education held at Atlantic City.
N. J. during June 5-10. Rabbi
Samuel M. Blumenfield was
elected national president suc-
ceeding Dr Louis L. Kaplan of
Baltimore. Md. Rabbi Blumen-
field who is dean of the College
of Jewish Studies in Chicago. ;
was on leave this past year i
ing as director of the depan
of Youth and Education of the
Zionist Organization of .'.
Rabbi Blumenfield ha.- .
serving as an associate
the Reconstruct lorust and the
New Palestine and is chain]
the board of trustees of the II..--
tadrut Ivrith. thi ety r the
advancement of Hebrew cu '
LOCAL LEADERS
NEW YORK TEMPLE ISRAEL
CONTRIBUTES S50 MONTHLY
S OF STATE
IVil,
AT PALM BEACH
i PALESTINE JEWRY
REMAIN ON ALERT
London uWNS> The Palestine
Jewish community remained on
the alert as British troops and j
, rapidly-growing Free French for- j
be in attendance to observe Flag Ct.s commanded by General Sir!
Day at Flamingo Park. Speakers j Henry Maitland Wi
of note have already apprised! the immediate threat of a Nazi
Chairman Klein that they will be j occupation of the Middle East by
there to participate in the patrio- striking against Vichy-ruled Sy-;
tic Flag Day gathering.
DR. JULIUS FRIEDENWALD. U.
OF MARYLAND. DIES JUNE 9
Baltim -re f JPS )Dr. Julius
na. it was reported here
The Free French forci
participated in the drive to j
thwart Nazi occupation of Syria :
preparatory to an Axis attack
against the Sue/. Canal via Pal-
Priedenwald, 74. professor em" est.ne and Trans-Jordan, included
tus of gastro-enterology at the 'large numbers of Jewish oi.
of Maryland Medical;? privates who crowed
1 Palestine from Syria in r
weeks, it *vas learned.
Jewish circles here iced the
hope that a successful Allied
campaign against Syria would.
result in the liberation of the,
Baron de Hirsch Mi yei M
Biach Soul
:-:. F( : ral I I V
Fund 51 M I
chain; ai
ti rs, Greater M J Fed-
. |
W
: 1941
ed the ting
the Federal
I Wed-
j
Repon n the
tatu irl M.
resi-
ient of tl t
Char:-.: | dges i
of app: id been
receive t Id indi-
cated his r the total
would be in : the 1940
results
Drawing on the experience of
past campaigns in Miami. Stanley
C Myers pointed up the neces-
sity of year-round functioning and
interpretation.
"A meeting such as this."' said
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, "is an
excellent method of consultation
between the member agencies of
the Southeastern Region of the
Council. I look forward to other
such meetings in Florida. In this
way. the experience of the larger,
longer-organized communities can
become known and helpful to the
more recently organized cities.
A contribution of S50 each
month '"for thi of the
national d- I nergei y" has ,
I een pledged by I Si I rhood |
'. Temple Israel. 210 West 91st
5tn New York, to the United
Service Organizations for S'a-
Di fensi
Tl U. S. O is conducting a
.: for S10.T65.00u
final -rs opera-
i than 3G0 servi
, nd navy men
and deft .-.- rki rs The clubs
will b> : iix U. S.
O member the Y M. C
A. National Catl Commun-
ity Service. Sal" Army, Y
W C A. Jewish Welfare Board
and National Aid As-
sociation.
CRISIS SPURRED
DEFENSE IDEAS
AT MIAMI BEACH
Fifteen of the eighteen rabbi.-
of the State of Florida assemblc-c
at the third annual conference la."
week held in Miami Beach at th
Ti les Hotel. Important matter?
affecting the congregational lift
of Jewish communities in Florii
v.ere on the agenda.
Among resolutions pass* d wes
That communities able to sup
port a Rabbi make every effor
to develop a united Jewish com
munity. Jewish residents not abli
-upport a Rabbi or congrega
tion are urged to join the congn
igation of the nearest Jewish coo
munity.
That the Florida Rabbinica
Association endorse the U. S. O
program and urge every' Jewisl
community to give all aid neces-
sary to realize this patriotic work.
Resolved that a Committee ol
Rabbis be appointed to sttdy
thoroughly ail phases of the move
ment to introduce the teaching
of religion in the public schools-
or to arrange released time for
this purpose.
Resolved that a committee oJ
School, died here on June 9th.
Dr Fr : nwald was the son
of the late Dr Aaron Frieden-
wald an I the brother of Dr. Harry
Friedenwald, who was for many-
years lent of the Zionist Or-
enwald was a trustee of the Insti-
tute of Advanced Study at
Prin University, which was
founded by his cousin, Louis
Bamb-1
.--..*.. (..ij.uElll \JL lilt. A.IUIUOI x_* .-... ......- ,
ganization of America Dr. Fried- thousands of Jews in that r rencn
mandated territory' whose lives
have been jeopardized by the
Infiltration I Nazi agents -and"
"tourists' spreading anti-Jewish
propaganda.
With the battle for the Middle
and Near East in full progress.
the London Daily Telegraph
urged that Captain Cl arles Wi
gate of the Royal Artillery.
was described as "a firm I eliever
in the Jews powers as fight rs
be sent to Palestine to aid in the
, countrv's defense. Captain tt in-
Ankara ,WN^The Nazi high gg^ho ^SSSn^J^
imposed a collec- *> ~ "^ Pot thc Italians in
ar.
f
'CONTINUED ON PAGE *
Y. M. H. A. TO CELEBRATE
FLAG DAY APPROPRIATELY
IS LEVY
COLLECTIVE FINES
Ankara WNSlThe Nazi high
command has imposed a collec-
tive fine of 10.000,000 dinars on
Win-
i-ho
received the S. D
UioJ,' h- V 7 c v" Ethiopia, received me c. w. -
K. <.komfmuniX.y,oi ferbia fforts m bnnging to a:
oecauv of the financial and mat- p,wtine disturbar,
ena! aid extended to the govern-' ? Pa*tS,,n
ment headed by King Peter by lyJ6___________.______
Thi,"V "f Yuos,avia rrw The Nazi military authorities. JEWS ARR^ IU*. ""*" ,7..PY
*ho pinned the "war guilt" on CONFISCATED IN HUNG AH i
Yugoslavia's 75.000 Jews, stipu- '--------_ _
"ated that the 10.000.00 dinar finej Geneva (WNSi-The Hungar-
"" be paid in two installments. I ian government has "red
lt* first on June 10th and the immediate confiscation of homes
"*ond on June 20th. The Jew- owned by Jews in the Tran>i-
* community in Serbia wasvanian province which Rumania
wm.-d that failure to make the was forced to cede to Hungary
Pa>" ents on schedule would re- several months ago. it *
U in a much heavier fine. ported here Hungarian off cials
Th... Jewish community of Ser-' explained that many more homes
WJ was charged with the respon- were needed to meet the **g*r
**ty of mak.ng individual as- ments of the Hunjjanan Peoph
laments among the Jews. Aj It was understood tha:the con^
?>ber of prominent Jewish fiscated Jewish homes would be
J^ers will be held as hostages,
* reported, until the fine has
""m paid m full.
Serb
turned over to
turning to Hungary-
occupied Yugoslavia
Hungarians re
from Nazi-
No infor-
ian Jews will not be per- mation was
forthcoming on
ESfOto ke uy' wTuidraw^ls j whether the Jews wouldi ber com-
rm their bank accounts to meet! pensated for their homes ana
"ie payments. I other possessions.
London WNS'Nathan Jack-
son, veteran labor Zionist, con-
demned Great Britain's persis-
tent refusal to arm Palestine's
Jewish population and de
that the fate of the Jewish
people and the solution of the
Jewish problem are of the hign-
est importance in a now. truly-
democratic order." in his address
before the 40th annual convention
of the British Labor Party
Emphasizing that "Palestine to-
day is in imminent peril. Mr
Jackson assailed the British gov-
ernment's "harsh and unfair poli-
cv" which has made Palestine s
550.00" Jews virtually defense-
less in the face of long-expected
Axis attack.
The Jewish people were, to-
gether with the Labor movement,
the first victims of Hitlers
hatred." the labor Zionist said
They are the natural allies oi
! Great Britain and they are anx-
' ious to assume that role
Mr Jackson charged that um
willingness and readiness of the
Palestine Jews to fight alongside
Great Britain "have been met
' only by an embarrassed silence
the British Government
In his dosing remarks the
trade union teadw **2
hope that the British Labor Party
would reaffirm its support o
the re-establishment of the Je*
Lh national home in Palestine
i Camille Hysmans. president of
the Labor International, ex
Messed appreciation to Great
gritam for her hospitality to
aliens.
Jerusalem (WNPiNews that
the British and Free French
troops had launched an offensive
against Syria, which had been
converted into a Nazi military
base, was greeted with great en-
thusiasm by Palestine's Jewish
and Arab populations.
Jews and Arabs joined in voic-
ing a hope that the Allied drive
i against Syria and Lebanon would
eliminate for all time the danger
of an Axis domination of the Near
East. Arab circles were particu-
larly impressed with the joint
delaration by the British Govern-
and General Georges Gat-
[roux. commanding officer of the
1 Free French troops, pledging
1 complete independence to the
', peoples of the French mandated
' territories.
The latest development in the
Middle East crisis spurred Pales-
tine's defense program. _It was
i officially announced that 700 Pal-
estine Jews had enlisted in the
British forces during May, bring-
i ing the number of Palestine
' vouths serving with the British
.'to approximately 11.000. About
i 600 of the new recruits were as-
' signed to Jewish infantry' units,
the others joining the Jewish
I transport unit.
Jewish leaders stressed that (
'50.000 other Palestine Jews were.
i anxious to join in the defense of I
j the countrv but were unable to dc |
' so because of Britain's refusal to j
[accept their services. Jewish) Stockholm i leaders clung to the belief fhat mi^loners Gf the various occupiec
as a result of the operations countries gathered at an e.xtra-
: against Syria Britain will permit ordinary conference in Berlin re-
1 the formation of a Jewish army, j centiy to report on the prog
SPANISH-JEWS ENDANGERED
AS FRANCE CANCELS PAPERS
Sundav afternoon the Y M. H
A will observe Flag Day. T:<
ceremonies will take place ct I
o'clock sharp on the Atntetif-
Field. The feature of the occa
sion will be the presentation of .u-
American Flag by the Freda Kar
Post. Jewish War Viet* c
ans of the United States to ltn
Y Presentation will be madt
by J. William Baros. ComiuuMSea
of the Post. Hon. E. Albert Pai -
lot. assistant Attorney General
will be Master of Ceremonies, ant;-
Hon. James A. Dunn. City Coin
missioner. will be the priacir,
speaker.
POLICY OF FUTURE
Istanbul (WNS>Thousands of
! Spanish Jews in Nazi-occupied
! Greece. Yugoslavia and Bulgaria
'suffered a crushing blow when
i Dictator Franco of Spain, junior
partner of the Axis, issued in-
structions from Madrid notifying
Spanish consulates in the Bal-
kans that Jews were no longer
' to be considered citizens of Spam.: saW
centiy to report on the progress
of Nazi anti-Jewish campaigns
in the various Nazi-held terri-
tories and to map out the future
anti-Jewish policy in Europe, it
was reliably reported here.
The Nazi Commissioners of
Poland. Austria. Czechoslovakia,
France. Holland. Belgium, Nor-
way and Denmark were summon-
ed to the special Berlin parley bj
Propaganda Minister Joscpl"
Goebbels, who presided.
Commissioner Fischer of War
evoked cheers from th*
it was reported here. j gathering, it was reported, when
Hitherto. Spanish Jews were he predicted that th.ftyi"* *-
| afforded a measure of protection
ifrom the Nazis' in the various
occupied countries since they
were treated as citizens of a
friendly country. The new Fran-
: co order places them at the mercy
iof Nazi authorities as stateless
Jews.
pulation of occupied Poland wilt
be annihilated through starvation
and disease. He said that the
Jews in Poland had been broke**
physically, morally and economy-
cally as the result of Nazi treat-
ment and the building of ghetto
in that country.
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Social
Personals
Clubs

Organizations
WEDDINGS
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Fr.-iy fro week = stay in Cuba.

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i--. i :'..- i two weeks vacation in
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M: ir.d '':: B Rozar.-
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ben ihi
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Mi u M Mai Bhi rj ...
Sunday for a rnoi
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7- ::.-1 of M Ad
i. Lr Samuel E- .
-- at private
-. ij Rabbi Max
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... ; -: trip U the Car* ini
and littk Shiral Ranob}' re1 irn U the
.: the rid -"-- "''-:' v--; rek
the rii g 7- bi -: grot ml
..... be rted '-- father The Idrng of Mist Alia
ter-in-lai Mi pi -- eitzei and Morria Kronberg
losepl Rut rg. brol i taki place Sunday a; FUbb:
' ridegroorn be beft Moses Mescheloffs home FoJ-
ar.d Aarcr. Gor- :rr.rr.^-d:ate family
an IMien V.--U be Arthur!lowing the ceremony a dinner
br bet r.r:de. v.-.:: o* held for rremotrs of the
Leonard rj bn
-..- .:-y s-.j Btr-
ir- H;^ -: Fayetteville, N. C
A r^-r-ptjon at the Congregation!
Ohev Sr^y-r win follow the
cereaoay. fiwu iliali 1 aftr- j
leave Isra ... .,.-_red B,rkov:tz kft
T.-.-^rsoay f-.r a month's visit in
New York.
PERSONALS
--: jntajm
North Caro.:.'-a .
.- weddmg nupua
Pearl Ginsberg daughter c
Misri M.- a-id Mrs. Wiiiiarr. Hogarth
Mr sad sea BiUie left for Ohio for a
.- G-nsberg. to Sarr.-;t. Scnaeffer. ;*-o week stay,
v.r. rf Mr a.-.d Mrs Joseph
baeffer. -... take place at the Rabb: Zissman. St Augustine.
-o.T.5 c< the groom's grar.d-mo- as :.-. M:arr.: :- attend tr.e Rab-
i-.er Banday at ".la m. with; bir.icai Ccr. -.....-.
Babfci Max .>;;..-. ofiicuting
Atteasaati -.11 r^ M^ss Fra.-.ces Mrs Harold Spaet ar.d daugh-
Ginsberg, aaat of the br.de. maidter vAl leave Sunday by air for
of honor: ar.d Melvin Schaeffer | the north where they will visit
brother of the groom, best mar., relatives and friends.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
~ : j-!.'*- NUrni Data Z-ti-i-z* lu'ta.. conceive* for tn b*-
? 1 cf an fiu{>* in Greater Miami. aea>*n4a far .la auccaea jn
the aawt r.we< c-9eratiti af every areua in the community. Datea
for 'err woeh'a laaue thsvM bo In tho office by Weoneaday marninej.
Ta r.* 3 aeeeiMe conuoon ane overtaooiinej. cfficor* of ora>anixatMMio
j' roaiaaotoo! to notify Utia aurcou of tontativo aatoa aa ooHy aa
Tno Jewton T^rnlian. f. %. W. 2-t Avonuo, pMono 2-1141. which
---..-. bureau for all arfanuat the matter of clearing aateo-
BaVI JACOB rTEBRKW BCHOOt,
ooen evorr wr* la the yeatr
KVIRT MONDAY EVENINGT. W.
H. A. bowllnf camoa.
BECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY
Of each rrooth. rr-laT Qootina; of
LauBoa A-Jillarr Jewish War %>-
<^ii and aloo Kr*4a Markmrttx
r -.
FOL'RTH MONDAT EACH MONTH.
Worr.en'a Dirtolon. Arcor-lcaa Jew-
SryX>NOnTCE!IDAT EACH MONTH
:-it-iiiy>i Miami Boxtefc Jewlah
Centor. r*;iiUr mretunr. I:C4 p- m.
at aentar. EVU4 Ave. aao 14th
p'jee.
JUHE ,
14Y-Ettes Barn Dance and Box
Supper. Y. M. H. A.
24National Children's Conva-
lescent Home. Denver, card
party. Grossinger Hotel.
15_Workmen's Circle 692. meet-
ing, Biscayne Collins Hotel.
22Workmen's Circle 692, boat
ride. Boat Biscayne.
\ retui Allan I
graduation of
: En ry
. B
.'.
high .- 21 ... -v.r Era ry
. next fall
o o
Mn A David Raj ns a
;. her r C^r:.
Sar :: Saturday I i
Winsb -. Salt re she will
From there
ill go to Philadelphia and
New York. They will return
iff. r tl nimmer
a o
.'.:.-; Harry Rayvu and daugh-
ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Moe Sc'r.atzmar. and their son.
Arnold Dennis left Monday for
an extended vacation in Phila-
delphia. New Brunswick.N. J. and
New York. They will return to
Miami in the middie of July.
o o o
Mr and Mrs. Harold Turk and
daughter. Cornelia will leave by
tram June 15th. for New York
t to be attendants at the wedding
of Mrs Turk's sister. Miss Rosa-
: lind Wohlstadter to Dr Stanley-
Eugene Schwartz. The wedding
will be an event of June 21st
and will take place at the Essex
. House. The Turks will return
in a month.
o o o
Mrs Maurice Grossman and
Mrs. Carl Weinkle were hostesses
, at a luncheon and shower given
m honor of Miss Adelaide Stone.
last Wednesday afternoon in
honor of her approaching mar-
riage to Dr. Samuel Beckman.
; Those present, besides the host-.
esses, were: Mrs. Nat Blumberg.
Mrs. Leo Chaikin, Mrs. Barney
Weinkle. Mrs. Albert Dubbin.
Mrs. Joseph A. Berman. Mrs.
Harry Schwartz. Mrs. Aaron
Fraelich. Mrs. Louis Pallot. Mrs.'
Milton Klein. Mrs. Jack Pallot,
Mrs. Harry Shulman. Mrs. Moe
' Pallot, Miss June Davis. Mrs.
Murry Grossman. Mrs. Harold'
; Rand and Mrs. Louis Heiman.
A bingo party under the joint
sponsorship of British War Relief
Society and the National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home will be held
at the Wofford Hotel. June 18th
a-. B 30 p m. Proceeds will bene-
fit both groups.
o o o
The Pioneer Women's club.
number 2. Miami Beach, are
.ring a rummage sale the
proceeds of which will aid in
the work of the organization. All
those : ted and having gar-
they wish to discard are
Mi M. Marcus.
830 3rd street Miami Beach.
5-1459
0 0*
A fan ; ption was ten-
to Miss Molly Goodlow,
r and secretary of the Coun-
: the three groups of Pioneer
womei Organizations, last
Thursday by the Miami Beach
branch. The affair was held in
the hojj : Mn M Marcus who
.-. d as hostess, She was as-
. Mr- J Bloom and Mn
I. Dorasky on the program
...:-. .'.Irs. Lena Wolk. Mrs. I.
Mn E Hand:!. Mrs. Rose
Dechovitz ar.d the guest of honor.
Mi! Fri-:da Sheehter rendered
vocal
0 0 0
Herbert Frink was the guest
speaker at the meeting held last
week which saw the formation
A erican Defense League.
eli ted include: Mn
Selma Gre:r.. president: Mrs
-. Peterson, 1st vice-presi-
dent Mrs Esther Halpc-rn. 2nd
.. -president: Mrs. Janet Le-
, tary: Mrs Evelyn Decky. reeord-
Ing secretary; Mrs. I. Kaller.-
I berg, sergeant-at-arms. The next
I meeting will be held at the Se-
I ville-Plaza. 642 Michigan avenue,
Miami Beach, and will start at
830 p m
A tombstone to the memory of
iate Morris Schoenfeld wi
e unveiled Sunday. June 15th.
10 a. m., at Woodlawn Par-:
Cemetery, Jewish section. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will officiate.
Seymour Miller
son of Mr and Mrs. Samuel Mii-
\-'.'./i.. \c- ia- Cr.*,.^ 'er. graduated from the medical
% me. >ecrct Mr* Ida Spewk.; scho1 Julane Universit>. ]asX
treasurer: Miss Rae Green. Mrs. ~ ^.^^
Ida Meltzer. auditors: Mrs Doro-[-------
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iawr of gboiem LorJce Baal bTritk.
FOt.-RTH TUESDAY of erory mocth,
raff-jlar meetlaar of National Home
<' Jevlah Children. Denver.
fr.'ERY WEDNESDAY EVENTNO
B"nal B'rith bcralicc (ameo at Mi-
ami Recreation Center 7: p. ro,
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON
J w 1 *- Btwi^L Claaaea beoa-
f:t Re4 Croaa at Y Clubrooma.
EWBBf SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The IptDoaa Forjm at 1 o'clock, on
the lawn of Dr. Abraham WoKoon'a
f.ome, 1 CoIl:ca Ave., Miami
KB.
24Workmen's Circle 692. elec-
tion of officers. Biscayne Col-
lins Hotel.
29Workmen's Circle 692. in-
stallation of officers, Bis-
cayne Collins Hotel.
13Loyalty Club of Emunah
Chapter, card and mah jongg
party, Grossinger Hotel, at
8 pm.
ORG*\NT2ATIONS
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PAGE THREE
B'nai B'rith
Not
e s
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
I euess no one will question
Ihe statement that Tuesday
niehts meeting was one of the
outstanding of the year On all
"ides could be heard the com-
ment that it was the biggest turn-
out since last year It was sur-
mising m view of the terrific
heat wave has hit Miami the
last few days.
Incidentally, the Auxiliary also
had a record turnout. I wonder
if it always holds true that the
attendance" at the mens meeting
will correspond proportionately
with that of the women's and
vice versa.
The Auxiliary had a double
barrelled program. First they
condiuv thi :r own meeting and
heard Mrs Claire Weintraub
speak Mrs Weintraub is presi-
dent ol Miami Federation of
Worn,..'. Clubs After their
meet::- then came into the
Lodge : ;"d listened to an
mspir.: e Idress by Francis Pat-
rick Mai or Frank Malone as
he is :: familiarly known.
Mr Mali :. :s a well known
world Ira I correspondent and
tator. Malone said
that what mis country needs is
more M speaking at B"nai
B'rith meetings and more Cohens
speaking it meetings of the
Knights of Columbus. He reaf-
firmed what many of us have
though: that the America First
Committee was actually an
America Last committee built
upon a hatred for President
Roosevelt Malone repeated that
his favor.:- subject was tolerance
and that he would always fight
for it.
Mr Malone received a tre-
mend< ition at the conclu-
sion of his address. The meeting
adjourned immediately thereaf-
ter with everyone in great spirit.
After al why shouldn't it have
ended that way when on top of
hearing a splendid address the
members were presented a check
for s:00 :<0 from Mrs. Jennie
Rotfort. a contribution of the
Auxiliary for Student Union
work. Bro Aronovtiz said that
although he did not know wheth-
er it was proper for a Ben Brith
to call a member of the auxiliary
sister yet in this particular in-
stance he would not hesitate to
call J.- lister "
The women seem to have a tre-
mendous amount of enthusiasm
in their work I believe with
Mrs. Goldstri m, who so told the
men. that very member of the
Lodge should persuade his wife
to join the Auxiliary The ladies
are planning on a* musical for
some time in the near future
Mrs. Milton Friedman asked them
not to hesitate In volunteering
if they have any talent or if 1
know any members who are
talented to turn in their names
Those who read my column
must have been surprised at last
week's contents. The article just
did not make sense did it?
the editor omitted the middle
part of the article, particularly
some beautiful quotations
a rabbi's open letter to a :
paper. (Ed. note.deliberately
Sholem Lodge has been chal-
lenged to a battle. However, it
is nothing to lose sleep about.
You see Ute Mian.; A Z A chap-
ter has challenged the L dg
a diamond ball game 7.
are pretty good and most
are i n the Y M H A. tea
However I think v.
good men to make a bal
All those wh an
playing on the Lodgi I
engage in this epic
get in touch w
possible. We'll need a out
men. so says Br Emil I
who is trying to get up I
Speaking of athl 3r
Marty Milstein states that a
bogey (where do thej ever get
such namesi golf ton nt for
Lodge members w... iki place
in about two weeks Las: year
every one in the tourney g
prize. Not bad. e. Just my
luck that I've never played the
game. Bro Mil requested
participants :' r
league which plays every Wed-
nesday night
At the Tuesday nig] eting
a discussion was started or. when
the Lodge would h innual
chanty affair and for what or-
ganization to receive the -.
ceeds. Last year you will recall
we held a dance at the Ch .: Cen-
ter for the benefit of the Red
Cr is It was suggested that
.: thi -roceeds of the af-
fair, go to the Crippled Children's
Hospital the U :' Miami, or pro-
vide air cone/, nirg for the:
charity room a: the Jackson f
Memorial Hospital, etc. A com-
mittee of five was appointed to'
investigate and determine
charity we should aid.
Amidst joy there :s always a
touch of sadness. Recently Bro
Samuel Koff died and a resoiu-'
tion was read expressing th-
row of the Lodge upon his de-
parture iron: our midst.
Brothers Leo Eisenstein. Harrv
Zukernick and Mose Rosenhouse
who previously this year had been
unable to attend n were
present and calied upon. Rabbi
br.apiro. in behalf of the rabbis.
expressec
a tl
ion '' vould
tat -.: |
Murry G: is re-
.."'
Y. was ca for a few
r;- Sholem Lodge
active evi .--.
interest g I
ident ol
Y, J ; ;...-.
Fred -
Blumberg

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THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
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CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
ELECTS SIDNEY H. PALMER
At the Annual Congregational
".r.g and dinner held Sunday
-.g at the B'-.r. David Au-
lit riun Sidney H Pal:
usly served the congrega-
B tw terms was elected presi-
dent of the congregation.
Other officers elected were: j
Milton Friedman, vice-president:.
Harry Simons, recording secre-1
I .-y Sidney Lefr-ourt. financial)
tary; Harry Rabe. treasurer i
The following were elected as'
-. rs: Hyman Sootin. Sol
Schwartz. Jack August. Albert
Quadow. Sam D:xon and Nat
Zalka.
Various changes of the charter
and by-laws, were voted and ap-
proved.
Louis Gordon, delivered the
addresses of welcome. Rabbi
Shapiro spoke on hi| "; and
r.appemngs of the pas* ;
Mr Pahner expressed
thanks and appreciation to the;
board of directors, vice president, j
president of the Sisterhood and i
her committees, and :o all who f
i re Instrumental ir .-
::.-: last year a mcci
Mr Pahner paid tribute tc '
Louis ''" tiring b
urer who .".as served the Congre-
Y. W. H. A. General Meeting
June 13th
ting of
the Y w H A new
tratior
J June
Mr M
Rubensl
Mi M .

inces that (
Mi Judil
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talk
Y-Ettes to Hold Dance Saturday
Night. June 14 th
Y-Btt that grou
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Diamond Ball
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that tl
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in pr J r:.:.:
zenshif .-.
ing program the Du
Ball Team : play.r.g a very im-
portant part
.-ship of Frank Rose. :
has attained under the
of Rabbi Shaph
A very elaborate dinner
served to all members i: :.-.-
Congregation. Mrs bad re F..-.
president of the Sisterhood
nor committee including Mrs
S ."...-.. Mrs. Dixon. Mrs Mar-
golis and Mrs. Roth, assisted Mrs
Sam Jackson in the preparation
of the dinner
elected member of our board,
youngsters art afforded an
rtunity twice weekly to play
on the team Every Wednesday
it jrday '..-i-::- -. will find
these ten playing
great game against competiti'
teams Every'one is afforded an
opportunity to Join :his sport.
Our aim is not so much to
. teach thi
of good sportsmanship E
youngster .
i great spurt
News 'Round Town
{ratulati to Dr Sai
Beckman, Past President 1 the
..-.-:
Adelaide S
. 1: ;.- .
Sam Schaffer n of Joe an:
ill be married *.:
erg Sunda;
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Home Defense Registration
da
the "Y" for Hor t A
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it : Mrs L
Liebi rraan Mrs Mauri Cr -
mann. Mrs Tina Kotkin Mrs
Herman Wepman and Mi
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An enj ; rung i r .
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MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY TUNE 13. 1941
VOLUME 14 NUMBER 24
AN INTERESTING PRECEDENT
The decision or Louisville congregations to deny lebbnnec.'.
iind synagogue services including sen-ices on weddings cir-
cumcision and tur.eio.ls lo any Jew who is not affiliated with
coe of the s.\ synagogues in the city undoubtedly provoked a
30od dec.', o: discussion in other Jewish roir.ir.ur.it.es as it did ir.
ours. The Florida Rabbinical Association in convention here
st week tvtssed a resolution, authorising the appointment of
t committee to study the status ct the i.r.e.tr.liated Jews in the
state and to study :';-.-.- Louisville plan and its reaction. The
neasuie is aimed to toice Jews to oir. a congregation and
xmv the eurelen ot ittoir.tc.ir.ir.e, Jewish institutions in the same
iar.no: as this is acre by these who a:e c.tr.lie.ted.
Iteration without representation was cue ct the motives be-
hind the Revolutionary Wen Representation without taxation
is similarly unfcdi Then cannot be .:: ore community a cate-
gory ol tews who carry ahligatkns to: Jewish religious and
>pk institutiona arc c.rcthe: category who er. ey the
eervicea c: tiicsc institutiona but have re obligations whatsoever
toward then
In the case ot Louisville a six re.cnth survey estahlished thai
Df 2 IOC Jewish families only 1 :;; were members of congrega-
tions while 90G were unaffinated The proportion is 4 to 3 era
ere can assume tret ire same metvrt.eu ex.sts also m many
other does It stands to reason that the problem raised now
by the Jewish congregationa at Louisville w.'.: theietore nr.d its
e else ir othe: V.v.sti eer.tmur.ities
The Jewish congregation, today is re: only er institution :e:
religious activities but e.'.se a stronghold o: the Jewish commun-
ty Jewish, lite in all its aspects is reflected ir. the work of the
smaller prev.r.r.ul congregations. Ore who considers himsel:
a lew must theietoie belong tc a congregation 4 he desires the
services ol this institution B is rot tad to exploit the services
erf a relic cus body without being a member or that body.
-TIDBrrS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Strictly Confidential
Newly
Y II.
served
Murry Grossman
I d president of the
H. A. Mr Grossman
I rganization as us
resident eight yean ago.
N >
V It
past i
Nat Blumbrg
totted treeauRf I lk
H A has served ir. that
r consecutively for the
i j i an
RABBIS OF STATE
HOLD CONFERENCE
AT Midi BEACH
fCC*' *.0 -0w SE )
Katefccs be appointed to make a
tud-.. ufuaated .*e-s la
("Vfdv. Jew a ------
te sn*d> Am kch asted
tafctC rare .-.-'. Wtrwea
it wv ikvs "..' .'es t-e-i arr'i.iateci
their e.i~. (
Jews." or. -'luruties
Bc:%od aVai ate Ffe*te ~~r-
fass join ir, program .-:
*U-tajtti llaiass Batapaas E-i_-
Jkaseesaoea aria fasti
at rsateaa; lie ataaalaaas
k-M-.r .-:' 7v'...-- r-o
ar*i jgraaajaajaaa .: ate
. ;. i '-: I j e. I .
Florida t" -t Jewish communities
Espeaalrt laudable is Ike actak-
- : .". i .> n -
.;t the l"m\ers.:y ,-r Flrr.er, t. r
the Flcr-.da
Stair Jo.'.cite t'rr W .- :'.-r
- cirls. Trie Florida Rar>
baucsl ft urn iiliiw kajklj asada
An :. -i aVeei 3 n-.h wMk A
Z A and > task aa* at
It ace r -..- : :
the \-snous reaa-
?!erris r Marge'us
peeaaded at Ike Ifiirak Sesssas
when Mahi Damd Saaaasfca ad
i arc Rare. Manuel Gr^--er.-
<:. -. West Palm Beach ?re-
iheir ?ar>ers as 'Emerging
^?-
asaad tkM Am Rat ai Bak-
Aasacaal aa aaart is aaai
efforts la maaim F anda .'
eaa ccRgr.'ga;..-.-^ .-.e. me
n*e fcwir^: 14) ai .- _t rrvucTvr
and Wk*-'e> m Pajesrme. and
cvi\--=. aladj ar>c irier-
i tfce weak a-i actmcaa -.-
ce m Pales i
Rrsciwd "uu: Ji-ac leaders
FVraia c.fr_ __:-<< ."'canief
rsar ac^c-ia-o; s-_r_l.:y m
Jtmut rsbeaueal leade
tte vSue .' jxti a~e~ev i- i rvs-
y 12 JewC lee; spe>:-al
> d r^ c ; i. ie =
wwi'r.erciij.'i* '." j : i
iS*. has served ha ?ci-^ ;
rwrs. e_is t^-UT- -; si.'- .-.
p-rrri-:-- T
vcv*;: sit .i- ;. >
A-:T..i JiMtaisaB ---
Rim. Namuel Ka'.evi Borvc .d
. art Luuc-tfriaW was welcomed
jasai ..-.; Fl,-nda Assorvatxx*. ari
*as giver, me h:rer t
lev i_r_il :. ifere! ses
Students .i the T.vah." Rat*;
Adoeph Burger al Tamp* aad
Rare. Mrs A Skaf al Ct arc.
aaai akeir rvroms trv
teace -; ; re ;..-- -.e. r.r :
fc-.>rls rAscd men- attend-
arsce -.te. T>r J*coc R Kaplan
V j_ j,-. tl-.e ccruVrerice if" me
-5 Reugvxa Education As
aadataas
Far Kapian e: .**rk-
- ; aeeeec:ed a- id cress re
RI .i- at the Rare, u-
s J rc^rejraixT. ard tee Re la-
nce al a C rcgregat-.re ar>i Basel
.;' Turectcrs te the Rare--*
At the rl'.-str-g sess-.c Ih- .'aorc
H. Kap-xr rd V m- re-
e-Jected presjSer! irai Racxr; Mrr-
r-i> A Sire secretary treasurer
. : _r i- -i successive s
Racers Mrcms D Marg'.
Jackscc-. _le and Mnses Mescnei-
M ace 3e*m. were el-eced
":-T-;?.U;-tS.
The -:\: .- .-Jerenee was schid-
Nely ejected vjee-presaierr afl
the Y M. H. A. a \-ocatxa:
gu.iaace cu-e-r: ;r :: tee club
AGENCIES. COMMUNITIES
UBGED TO UNDERSTANDING:
Stirr a
4 ... -_-j; cay
gress aorc--2 r-e prestfc: form
tru* ::ae wcrs. iwirci iroe rjftt.
Atlantic City WNS^ A plea
'er ntumal understanding be-
reea rcaum-al arcd .-\-erseas *;-
iare agencies ce the coe hand
aoi l-ral J*a!! cwtr.mciums
""T>-i-:._l r; r-.xir.try rr te.e
man :l the heard ai council and
Jewisi Feceratiorcs and Welfare
Funds, at the IM] RattaaeJ OaBr
:erec or J#raa Scv^l Wellar*
Israel S Chmfcee r: Sew Yerk
kssircuii; iurectec .: :- ; .". .. .;-
r- jeat :.- r : -e = t e e was
f.r-.-.-d pr.r -uhe Nauooal
: =rv-ce surveec..-* rr Mau-
r..re ~i- :c :: P.ttsrr_rg- Outer
-ecaed aatkaded Laaai
\ran r; N't* Yrcc 1st ..v-
laiijaliaa^ Joaspk E Beck, oi
~~- ^ "-" 7/ -~-' :e-pr:-*it-:-.t
and Mar-e-. K .--.arsiy. of
New Yer*. secretary
0-.;: s.:._r-:v-i .d :"r .-.-. ? :v-
.CT\H5 ^s PASC St
-By PHTNEAS J. BIRON-
INSIDE STUFF
One of the reasons why the late Kaiser Wilhelm refused to
the very last to return to Germany was his fear that if Hitler
should ever want to get rid of him the Nazi chieftain would
classify him as a non-Aryan This not only because Queen
Victoria of England, his grandmother, proudly claimed descent
from the Biblical King David, but also her consort. Prince Albert,
was reputed to be the son of a Jew, and not of his nominal fath-
er, the Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha Somehow we're not re-
assured by that British threat that if Hitler comes into Iraq the
I English will destroy the Mosul-Haifa oil pipeline and that the
necessary repairs would take two years We hope that the
Germans and their allies in Iraq won't be too convinced of the
ease with which such damage can be done and ot the difficulty
that repairs will involve ... If you want the low-down on
France's Laval watch out for the new book soon to be published
on that gent by Henri Torres, the famed French lawyer who is
j now a refugee in this country Via the trans-Atlantic grape-
j vine we hear that while the Nazi treatment of Jews in occupied
France is nothing to write home about, it is better than the treat-
ment refugee Jews get in many sections of unoccupied France.
And. returning to the ex-Kaiser, we wonder whether Wilhelrr.'s
non-Aryanism, as explained above, may not eventually affect
the standing of George Sylvester Viereck, Nazi propaganda
chief in America, among his Nazti brethren Viereck, you
surely remember, has often boasted that it was the Kaiser who
was really his father.
YOU SHOULD KNOW
Dorothy Thompson's call to action for the pieservation of
democracy is meeting with an amazing response, as is her pro-
posal to form a Ring of Freedom The first of a series of meet-
ings to be sponsored by Miss Thompson's group throughout the
nation will take place in New York next week Inside-dope-
sters insist that New York's Governor Lehman will run for a
fifth term next year if the country still faces the present emer-
gency situation That "there but for the grace of God" feelina
must come over movie director William Wyler whenever he
sees a Hitler-refuge ... A career as an Alsatian department
store proprietor was indicated for Wyler until, when he was a
youth in his late teens, a distant relative, one Carl Laemmle.
persuaded him to come to America and enter the movie indus-
try .. Rudolf Hess has dropped out of the news, but he still
turns up occasionally in a new quip Thus one Broadwayite
has suggested that what Hess went to Scotland for was not to
serve humanity, as his farewell note to the Nazis stated, but to
see what humanity loks like.
NEWS COLUMN
The rumors that Dr. Chaim Weizmann intends to fly to
Palestine soon are unfounded The head of the Zionists will
stay on these shores the better part of the summer Typicai
oi the British way of muddling through is the latest develop
ment in Eretx Israel Instead of giving arms to the Jews of
Palestine the British have, for the first time in the history of
the Holy Land, plunked down an income tax on them Look
out for an interesting series of articles in the New York Post .
It will be by George Backer, publisher of that paper, and will
give bis impressions of England, whence he is expected to
return this month We're all for the U. S. army getting all
the troopships it needsbut it does seem a shame that the S. S.
Siboney had to be taken from the LisbonNew York run for
this purpose The Siboney had been sold out fat months
ahead and thousands ol refugees who had held tickets for this
j boat are now stranded for additional months to come ... All of
whach greatly aggravates the refugee situation in Portugal,
j where thousands ol Jews are concentrated awaiting a chance
j to escape from Europe.
PROPHETS' CORNER
One ol these days we're going to delve into the prophecies
of the Great Pyramid of Cheope, which is reputed to contain a
complete forecast of the course of world events What got us
interested is that fact that one interpreter quite a number of
decades ago announced that one era of world history would
end and another would be ushered in on September 15-16, 1936.
his pronunciamente being baaed on some inscription in the
Pyramid That date, if you remember, marked one of the
important France advances in the Spanish Civil War. which
military experts now recognixe aa the first advance f.ki"nih of
the present world war. .
THIS AND THAT
In reply to the many inquiries that have come to ust We
enow nothing definite aa to the Jewiahnaas of General Bernard
Freyberg. commander of the Britiah forces in Crete, but it is our
impression that the Ansac general is not one of us However,
you may be interested to know that the British adrninistrator
of Norfolk Island, which lies between Australia and New Zea-
land, is a Jew. Sir Charles Rosenthal The al some time
ogo mode Mme. Femand de Brinon. Jewish-born wiis of the
Vic*) Ambassador to Paris, an "honorary Aryan." but this
apparently isn't good enouqh for the vigorously pro-German
diplomat At least he's now leported to be planning to
aT2Teevi 5* cuui ,h#n ma,,V W German secretary .
Ar.eue Mauiois nee H.moa whoae properoee in France have
been confiscated Km some ieoson or other still enjoys visiting
the French Embassy al Washmqton ... la he expecting to be
offered "honoivuy Aiyamam?" .
We hope nothing cvnues aj the idea, now in circulation, to
send an American Jewish delegation to London on a flying visit.
tor the purpose of cheeung up British Jewry British Jewry
shouldn t be singled out by lew Km cheering up Pay no at-
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mhY. JUNE 13. 19^1
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PAGE FIVE
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
Raobi's Realdence:
1J23 S W. 14th Terrate
Phone 3-5192
iW S W. 17th Avenus
TALMUD TORAH
IMS 8 W. Third Street
A congregational dinner will
besponsi r I by our Ladies Aux-
iliary. Sunday evening, June
22nd. at the Talmud Torah, 1545
S \V 3rd street. Home made
food will be served from 6 to
8 30 p m Card games and Mah
Jongg will follow. Mrs. Max
Kupfersti in is chairman and will
.,, ,,.. ,| by Mrs. A. Daum.
Mrs. Wi iam Clein. Mrs. Sam
Geltnei Mrs M. Rappaport. Mrs.
p Sok Mrs R. Sakowitz.
Mrs i irles Tanenbaum and
Mrs Sai Tanenbaum. The en-
ls will go towards the
support of the Talmud Torah.
Advan I vations are urged
and m made by calling the
79 or any member
tee.
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4.0406
2263 S W. 21st Terrace
i
AGENCIES, COMMUNITIES
URGED TO UNDERSTANDING
,CO"iT'NLED FROM PAGE 4)
tweeri nation-wide organizations
% funds throughout the
country and local Jewish com-
munities is the tendency on the
part of many national organiza-
tios ti> disregard the local bodies
and to make their appeals di-
rectly to individual members of
the community, Mr. Shroder said.
"While these positions may
find philosiphical and logical sup-
port, we must remember that
community organization is not a
matter of theory, but of fact. If
a community recognizes an or-
ganization as its representative,
supports its positions and fol-
lows its recommendations, no
philosophical or theoretical dem-
onstration, however theoretically
perfect can prevent it from being
the instrument through which the
local community expresses its
will.
While this position is held by
many organizations, Mr. Shroder
stressed the fact that a great
number of national organizations
do work hand in hand with the
local communities.
Local communities are often
at fault, too, in that they refuse
to meet the national organiza-
tions half way, Mr. Shroder
stated.
London (WNS)Anti-Nazi de-
monstrations sponsored by high
school and college students are
sweeping Nazi-occupied Holland
fa protest against the dismissal of
Jewish professors and students
from the country's educational
institutions, according to sources
close to the Netherland govern-
ment-in-exile here.
Daily Synagogue Services
Shachnss: daily at 8 a m. Sat-
urday at 8:30 a. m. Junior Con-
gregation: Saturday 9 a m.
Mincha: daily at 6:45 p. m..
Saturday at 6:30 p. m.
Maariv: daily at 7:30 p. m Sat-
urday at 7:45 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at
6:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on "The Portion of the
Week."
Religious School
We are proud to announce ;>
record enrollment for our sum-
mer sessions. Classes are held
from 8:45 a. in. to 12:30 p. m
Monday through Thursday. In
the absence of our Cantor. Miss
Sonya Shpall is teaching all
classes.
Registration of children be-
tween the ages of 6 and 15. from
beginners to the study of Chu-
mash and Rashi. takes place each
week day morning at the Talmud
Torah office.
Parents are urged to enroll
their children now. Summer
classes show the best results. No
registration fee.
Congratulations
We wish to express a Mazul
Tov to our good members, Mr.
and Mrs. S. Weiss on the mar-
riage of their son, Milton, to Miss
Cecile Alexander in a beautiful
ceremony at our synagogue.
Members of both the families
came from New York to be pres-
ent. Many city officials attended.
We wish the young couple,
health, wealth and happiness.
We congratulate our Rabbi on
being elected vice president of
the Florida Rabbinical Associa-
tion, at the convention held in
Miami Beach last week.
Wedded
Joseph Hoffman and Miss Fran-
ces Feldman were married this
week at the home of Rabbi Mes-
cheloff in a simple ceremony.
The couple have left for a honey-
moon in New York and Vermont.
They will return to our city this
Fall. -
Welcome Home
Mr and Mrs. E. Raphael and
family return this Sunday from
a four week vacation to New
York. During his stay there. Mr
Raphael studied the practice of
circumcision, in preparation to
becoming a Mohel.
(CONTINUED FROM PAOE 4)
tention to any whispering cam-
paign that may reach your ears
concerning the special fund that
Dr. Chaim Weizmann is trying to
secure for the Zieff Chemical
Research Institute at Rehoboth,
Palestine, which he heads
ABOUT PEOPLE
If you are addressing an offi-
cial communication to our friend
Pierre van Paassen be sure to
prefix his name with the title
"Dr."' The honorary degree
of Doctor of Humane Letters has
been conferred upon him by the
University of Dubuque. Iowa .
Record-br.aking blood donor on
the Philadelphia Red Cross rec-
ords is Meyer Davis, jr., the
bandleader's son Young
Davis gave four full portions of
his hemoglobin during the past
year A new star seems to be
rising on the New York Grand
Opera Company horizon He's
Stanley Swartz. and a butcher by
trade Did you know that the
oldest living graduate of Notre
Dame University, a member of
the class of 1878, is a gentleman
named Newmark who now lives
at the Los Angeles Jewish Home
for the Aged'' ... Is it the deli-
cate international situation that
has put a stop to the "Mr. Moto"
film series, in which Peter Lorre
used to star? Proving that
you can't keep a good man down.
songwriter Ted Fetter, a draftee
at Camp Livingston. La., is now
writing the camp stage revue .
Appropriately enough, he's call-
ing it -Camp Livingston. I Pre-
sume" And here's our final
bit of news, which we're really
ashamed to put into printbut
we must pass it on We've just
learned that the proprietors of
the Yorkville Casino, the movie
house that shows all the Nazi
films in the heart of Manhattan's
Nazi center, are two Jews, named
Scheinman and Greenberg.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation*,
TEMPLE ISRAEL
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAA SMAPIKU, KaODI
498 S. W. 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2178
Pirminent Calendar
Daily Service*_______7:30 a. m.
Evening Services ........ 6:00 p. m.
Saturday morning____:30 a.m.
Sunday morning ......... 8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School. daily.- 3:15-8:13
Sundsy School _____10:00 a.m.
Jr. Cong. Saturdays^lOlOa. m.
Talmud Torah
Once again we wish to stress
the importance of registering
your child for the summer semes-
ter of our daily Hebrew School.
Classes are held daily from 9 to
12 a. m
Sisterhood Card Party and
Mah Jongg
Please remember your date for
Monday afternoon. June 23rd.
for Card-Bingo and Mah Jongg
Party at the Southern Dairies
hostess room 62 N. E. 27 street.
Mrs. Isadore Fine, president, also
requests that all members and
friends keep open Tuesday. July
8th. because plans for a Boat
Ride are being formulated for
that eve.
The
Pot Called The
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ATTORNEY OF MIAMI BEACH
PRESIDENT JUNIOR C. OF C
Melvin J. Richard. Miami
Beach attorney, has been elected
president of the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce. Others
chosen at the same time were
Mac Lubin. secretary; Louis Gill-
man, treasurer, and Phil Kaplan,
historian, all of whom are mem-
bers of the board of directors.
Others elected to the board
were Sol Horowitz, George Light,
Tom Stroud. Herbert Horowitz,
C. Howard West, Phil Seiden-
berg, Barney Specter, and Robert
Simon, the immediate past presi-
dent. Installation of the new of-
ficers took place Sunday.
137 H. E. 1th Strset
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. O. j
6998 Indian Creek Drive8-1285
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 8-1738
Miami Beach
Congregational
Regular services at Temple
Israel will be held this Friday-
evening, June 13th, at 8:15 p. m.,
with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
officiating.
Services continue at the Temple
during the summer months with
Congregational singing and par-
ticipation.
Men's Club Boat Ride
The Men's Club of Temple
Israel will hold their annual Boat
Ride on Monday evening. June
:23rd. 1941. at 8:15 p. m. on the
yacht Seven Seas, leaving Pier
! 8 of the City Yacht Basin. The
tariff of SI.00 per person, includes
'refreshments. Tickets are avail-
] able from Harold B. Spact. chair-
! man of the event. Harry' Boyell.
president of the Men's Club, or
any of the members of the com-
' mittee in charge of the Boat Ride,
1 as well as the Temple Office.
In Memoriam
'May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
'""At the services this Friday
evening, the memory of the fol-
1 lowing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Frances
. Glanckopf. wife of Oscar Glanc-
kopf; Simon Bass, father of Da-
vid Bass. Mrs. J. A. Richter and
Mrs. Harry A.Miller.
Yahrzeits: Kate Aronovitz. mo-
.' ther of Dr. Samuel Aronovitz
and Abe Aronovitz: Dr. M. D.
Katz. father of Mrs. William Wil-
kins and Mrs. Joseph Weintraub;
Rosalind Eppstein. sister of J.
Eppstein: Freda Plant, mother of
i Morris Plant; Samuel Rosenthal,
father of Harold Landfield and
: Edwin Landfield; Lipman Lc-
V'ine, father of Benjamin LeVine.
L FREDERICK BLALOCK
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912 Congress Building
Phone 2-7112
Res. Phone 7-5192
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FRIDAY. JUNE 13, 194,
\i
OUR FLA G-L ONG MAY IT WAVE!
The only American Flag bear-
ing Hebrew letters was presented
to Abraham Lincoln in 1861 by
Abraham Kohn. a member of
Chicago's Ramah B'nai B'rith
Lodge, a Jewish merchant and
civic leader, shortly after Lin-
coln's election to the presidency.
Handmade of silk, the flag had
inscribed on it in black letters the
the third to ninth verses of the
first chapters of Joshua. Al-
though Lincoln acknowledged re-
ceipt of the flag, its whereabouts
are a mystery. However, it is
mentioned in Admiral George H
Preble's standard work on the
flag. 'History of the Flag of the
United States."
Although there are many
claimants to the distinction of
being the father of Flag Day. the
late Benjamin Altheimer. New
York and St. Louis philanthrop-
ist and a Ben B'rith. is credited
with having inspired the first
observance in St. Louis on June
14th. 1912. Through the efforts
of Senator Spencer, of Missouri,
who had been interested in Flag
Day by Altheimer. President Wil-
son issued the first national Flag
Day proclamation in 1916.
Congress, having been introduced
by Congressman Samuel A.
Weiss, a member of the McKees-
port Lodge of B'nai B'rith. The
bill is known as H. R, 2322
While a member of the Pennsyl-
vania legislature. Congressman
Weiss fathered the law making
Flag Day a holiday in Pennsyl-
BARON DE HIRSCH LOAN
FUND AIDS MANY IN NEED
Our Flag Long Ma> it Wave
Mc ARTHUR
JERSEY FARM DAIRY
Incorporated
69 N E 62r-a Sl-et P" -.-667
A -ill to make Flag Day a na-
tional day is now pending in
O.r F .10, Trl(ly A"-e-NOR GE can!
CAR PENTER ALTHOR SERVICE CO. ZED
62 W. Flagier St-eet Pr 3-6' 64
T AMI AMI
TOURIST COURT
COMFORTABLE COTTAGES
CABINSTRAILER SPACE
3038 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 4-9169
Eddie Cantor. I. J. Fox. New
York merchant: Harry Kasten-
baum. of Rockford. 111., and the
late Benjamin Altheimer. all
members of B'nai B'rith. are
among the 40 men and women
who have received the rare honor
of life membership in the Order
of Uje Flag, the legion of honor
of trie United States Flag Assoc-
iation.
The ritual book of B'nai B'rith
contains the ritual for Flag Day
as well as a brief history of the
American Flag.
Receiving very little publicity
and talked of infrequently is
the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund.
A part of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau it serves as an important
part of the community's pro-
gram of aiding the deserving and
helping the needy. Since its in-
ception in 1937 the fund has
handled over 200 loans to resi-
dents of greater Miami. It is
available to responsible indivi-
duals to aid them in self-reha-
bilitation and who cannot always
qualify for bank loans. Collat-
eral is not required but two co-
makers are necessary. No in-1
terest is charged and as long as
ten months is given for repay-'
ment in small weekly or monthly
installments. The loan commit-
tee meets weekly to consul.
plications.
Anyone desirous of information
can communicate with the office
of the Jewish Welfare Bureau
402 Congress building, teleoh,,>
3-5377.
ALBERT E. ROSENTHAL. NEW
PRESIDENT. DENTAL GROUP
Albert E. Rosenthal. acti,
local communal circles and a
member of the Miami Dental
society, was named president-
elect of that organization at
regular meeting held last Mon-
day. He has served as officer
of the group for the past 3 .
and will be installed in June 1942,
0_- FlagLong May It Wave!
HOTEL LEAMINGTON
307 N E 1st St.
Ph. 2.5-M
Ojr FlagTruly American!
J O YNER'S
SERVICE STATION
000 S W. 3rd Ave.
Ph. 2-948C
Forty eight different flags have
entered the history and evolution
of the American Flag. Among
the foreign flags that have flown
over some part of what is now
continental United States were
those of the Vikings. Spain. Eng-
land. France. Holland. Belgium.
Sweden. Russia and Mexico.
Our FlagLong May It Wave!
EDITH & FRITZ
3236 N. Miami Ave.
Ph. 29496
Our FlagTruly American'
SUNSHINE
HOSPITAL
47 N. W. 32nd Place Ph. 4.693:
0-- FlanLong May It Wave!
STEEL WINDOW
SERVICE
2-62 N W 1ft Ave. Ph. 2.325:
Greetings cr Flag Day
SEWING MACHINE
SHOP
35 N. E. 1st St
Ph. 2-4024
Greetings on Flag Day
STEWART PAGE
CORP.
4311 S. W. 16th St.
Ph. 4.7912
Our FlagLong May It Wave!
NICHOLSON PAINT CO.
218 Alton Road Ph. 5-1479
Plant at 29th St. and N. W.
North River Drive
Our FlagLong May It Wave
A. B. CURRY
CITY MANAGER
CORAL GABLES
Our FlagLong May It Wave!
INGMAN MOTORS
R B INGMAN
64"2 S W. 8th St. Ph 3-467'
Our FlagTruly American!
KALER PRODUCE CO.
1200 N W. 22nd St. Ph. 2-5197
Greet'ngs en F.ag Day
MILES D. GALLOWAY
REAl ESTA-E
606 L neon Pcad B 58. P- 5.334-
Our FlagLong May It Wive!
2 Place* to Get Fresh Eggs
THE HEN HOUSE
Call
MERCHANTS EGG CO.
Ph 2.2027 1200 N. W. 22nd St.
Stalls 1820
NOTICE !
WOOD'S
GENERAL AUTO REPAIR
Formerly located 1'2S N. E 1st Ave.
Now Located at
59 N E. 11th TER. PH. 2-0275
ANYTHINGALL CARS
Our Workmanship Guaranteed
FLAG DAY GREETINGS
LOOREM'S
PEANUT
SANDWICHES
MADE IN MIAMI
2101 S. W. 58th Court
PHONE 4-4286
Our FlagLong May It Wav
H. C. WILCOX GARAGE
2901 N. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-9166
LET .j DO YO.= '.E- .OB
We at See-: i stj =-;i -;
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Mcttni =_-: :, -.--
II veaps eie= ;= |
>0~P protect r. *.
Wri S? *.-.- ;.; : --.,
AJ G .- *.!- ;.,. ..
SUPERIOR SEPTIC
TANK CO.
.M.*m. Meet *-:*j.n -
94 s .v -,- S: =- iiz:
Greetings on Flag Day
PHONE 3-4933
MIAMI PHOTO AND
SPORTS SUPPLIES
M a s C'iest Came-a House and
'-:st Complete Spots Store
<3B B sca.n Blvd.. Miami. Fla.
HUNDREDS OF HOMES
tiful and attractive in every
of Miami Foreclosure of
w hornet toiera i--i\ Ing (or the
' aeea neceeat-
tate ,... k -- '-. \\V have some
Honest to Goodness Real Bargains.
ComqM Cs
H. H. LEWIN. Realtor
208 Halcyon Arcade
Phone 3-5373 or 2.6519
145 East Flagler Street
STANLEY HARDWARE te
FURNITURE CO.
L. J. STANLEY. Owner
We Buy. Sell and Trade
laltlej Paints. Hardware and
> : u Electrical, 1'lumi.im;
Md Building Materials. We Pay
More for Tour Household Goods
and. <>f coarse
* !wJ5LL I:M CHEAPER"
Ph. 7.9488 118 N. W. 79th St.
Miami. Florida
Greetings on Flag Day
GUY'S AUTO PARTS
237 N. W 20th St. Ph. 3-3:7'
Our FlagTruly A
y American!
TARADASH
PROPERTIES
Incorporated
933 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3052
- *. "Ss :c Flag Day
ACME SUPPLY CO.
. : -SS VASVILLE
EINDED ROOFERS
5-EE- 'l WORKS
: N E t St
Ph 2.6497
Our FlagTruly American!
MILLER ELECTRIC CO.
A. W MILLER
5872 s W 4th Street Ph 4-4292
Our FlaoTruly American!
U. S. FOUNDRY &
MANUFACTURING
CORP.
422-28 N. W. 1st Ct. Ph. 2.8202
BISC A YNE
FISHING BOAT
Pier 7. City Yacht Basin
9:30 A M. to S:00 f>, M.
BAIT AND TACKLE
FURNISHED FREE
LUNCH SERVED ON BOARD
For Reservation* Phone 2-2236
GREETINGS ON FLAG DAY
LOUIS N. POKRESS
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
6C5 Linoln Road Telephone 5-5222
MIAMI BEACH
G<-njt,ngj on Pl*Q Day
HUSKAMP
MOTOR CO.
242 AJhambra Circle
PHONE 4.2566
GREETINGS ON FLAG DAY!
THE LATCH STRING INN
BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER
Open the Year Round
1900 Biscayne Bird. Phone 3-3222
OUR FLAGLONG MAY IT WAVE!
ROBBINS ROOFING S
SHEET METAL CO.
222 N. W. 26th Street
TWMIII, P"ONE 2-3705
i.w. MILLS A.H.BECKER
OUR FLAG! LONG MAY IT WAVE!
BOWMAN F. ASHE
President
UNTVERSrTY OF MIAMI
GREETINGS
on
FLAG DAY
from
GEORGE
STARR
OUR FLAG-TRULY AMERICAN!
P. & A. GARAGE. Inc.
58 N. E. 8th Street
PHONE 3-5568
! OJm FLAG-TRULY AMERICAN!
VENETIAN SHORTWAY SEDAN SERVICE
MIAMI TO MIAMI BEACH
npppMn1D,rSrEv,'ry KIVE Minutes
iiJCTStR -SAFK COMFOpRT,An-BL3E3M0
OUR FLAGTRULY AMERICAN!
CANADA DRY BOTTLING COMPANY
OF FLORIDA
"For Your Mixed Drinks"
1125 N. W. 7th Avenue phon. 2.2879


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PAGE SEVEN
vr York (WNS)More than
,5'00O persons, including many of
dTolleagucs in the House of
toresentativcs. lawyers and
Ses, jammed New York s lovy-
, Fast Side to pay final tribute
Sressman M. Michael Edel-
:;, who died of a heart attack
; ih'e Bouse lobby a few minutes
lr defending American Jews
ri charges of attempting to push
* United States into war.
Pi Bernard Bergman, execu-
Ortitino* on F,a0 Day
LEW M. CISCO
TRANSFER and STORAGE
m N E :-l Ave. Ph. 2-5411
tive director of the Home of the
Sons and Daughters of Israel,
officiated at impressive funeral
services at the Gramercy Park
Memorial Chapel. Dr. Bergman
eulogized Rep. Edelstein as "a
martyr on the alter of pure dem-
ocracy and true Americanism."
Internment was at Mt. Zion
Cemetery, Maspeth. L. I.
The 53-year-old Jewish Con-'
gressman jumped to his feet
when John A. Rankin, of Missis-
sippi, one of the most vicious
anti-Semites in Washington.
charged that "Wall Street and
a little group of our international
Jewish brethren" were seeking
to plunge the country' into war.
The New York Representative
received the unanimous consent
of the House to reply to Rankin's
charges and was loudly cheered
when he finished. After his ad-
dress. Mr. Edelstein. who had
been suffering from a weak
heart, left the floor and collapsed
in a chair in the lobby.
Born in Poland on February
5th. 1888, Rep. Edelstein was
0'**t -qs on Flag Day
KATHRYN ERB
WEAVING
-v sible weavingFine Mending
Burns. Tear*. Moth Hole
Call for and Delivery
7-8 Congr-ss Bldg. Ph. 3-4028
REMEMBER FLAG DAY
TROPICAL SODA
942 N. E. lit Avenue
BILL KINNEBREW
U. P. A. GIVES $25,000 FOR
RELIEF OF OLD YISHUV
New York City (JPS)A spe-
cial grant of $25,000 from United
Palestine Appeal funds has been
made for the benefit of the old
Yishuv in Palestine, according
to an announcement by Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver, national chairman
of the United Palestine Appeal.
The fund will be distributed for
relief purposes at the discretion
of Chief Rabbi Isaac Halevi Hcr-
zog
AGUDATH ISRAEL" TO BE
ORGANIZED _IN CANADA
Montreal (J P S'Plans have
been completed for the organiza-
tion of a Canadian branch of the
Agudath Israel, the ultra-Ortho-
dox group. Branches are to be
formed in this city and in Toronto
and Winnipeg.
brought to this country three
years later by his father, a tool-
maker. Since his arrival here he
has lived in New York's heavily
Jewish-populated East-Side. He
studied evenings at Cooper Union
and Brooklyn Law School and
was admitted to the bar in 1910.
II never married and lived with
his mother, now 85 vears old.
TYPHUS EPIDEMIC
TAKES HEAVY TOLL
OF
Zurich (W N S;Typhus epi-
demics have broken out in the
Jewish quarters of Bucharest and
other large Rumanian cities and
are taking a heavy toll of life in
the overcrowded Jewish districts
despite desperate efforts by Jew-
ish and government doctors to
check the disease, it was learned
here.
First news that a typhus epi-
demic was ravaging the Jewish
sections of Rumania was furnish-
ed by the pro-Nazi Rumanian
newspaper "Bucharest T a g e -
blatt." which attributed the rapid
spread of typhus to unsanitary
conditions in the Jewish quarters.
With the Rumanian anti-Jew-
ish laws throwing tens of thou-
NAZIS FIND NEED OF JEWS
IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRIES
Zurich (WNS)An acute short-
age of skilled workers in the
Polish textile industry has
brought home to the Nazis the
realization that they may have
acted too hastily in ordering Jews
out of the textile factories when
they occupied Poland, it was
I learned here.
The Nazi army, which is de-
pendent on the Polish textile
factories for many of its sup-
plies, has demanded that Polish
Jewish workers be compelled to
return to their jobs.
sands of Jews out of jobs, more
and more Jewish families must
turn to Jewish charities for their
food and lodging. Their resis-
tance broken down by sub-human
living conditions, the Jews fell
I easy victims to the epidemics.
, Our FlagLong May It Wave!
IL A SMITH
LAUNDRY
312 CORAL WAY
PHONE 4-3464
Our FlagTruly American!
ELSASSER'S
SERVICE STATION
7791 Biscayne Blvd Ph. 79296
Ou' FlagLong May It Wave!
McAllister florist
FLORAL DESIGNS
629 S W. "st St. Ph. 2-3773
BRINSON MFG. CO.
QUALITY VENETIAN BLINDS
OFFICE AND FACTORY
3240 N. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 3-6192
O. D. Brinton. Miami. Florida
Our FlagTruly American:
TAMIAMI MOTOR
REPAIRING CO.
1277 S W. 8th St.
Ph. 3-1446
OUR FLAG!
TRULY
AMERICAN!
MISS HELEN
G. WARNER
Our FlagTruly American!
S. ERNEST PHILPITT
& SON
WURLITZER PIANOS
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
SHEET MUSIC RECORDS
36 N. Miami Ave.
Ph. 2-5181
Greetings on Flag Day
SHIER'S SHOE SHOP
JOE KADAR
"72 S. W. 17th Ave. Ph. 3-3545
Greetings on Flag Day
DIXIE CASH MARKET
139 N W. 14th Street
PHONE 2-9335
Local and Long Distance Moving
LERETTES TRANSFER
Moving Packing Crating
Rapid. Dependable Service
3325 N. W. 5th Ave Ph. 2 3445
Greetings on Flag Day
DOLLY DIMPLE
DELICATESSEN
503 N. W 7th Ave. Ph. 2-9'01
Our FlagTruly American!
A FRIEND
I. B. L
Our FlagTruly American!
LAW'S TRANSFER
Light and Heavy Hauling
Ajj U Storage. Warrhouse Co.
Now In our N< w Location
1180 N. W. 1st Ave
PHONES 2-89832-5792
Greetings on Flag Day
BOAT RESTAURANT
39 N E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2517
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Our FlagLong May It Wave!
SCHAAF'S
PRESERVING CO.
JELLIES AND PRESERVES
1305 N. W 22nd Street
PHONE 2-4634
Our FlagTruly American!
DR. F. H. FISHER
943 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-3560
OUR FLAG LONG MAY IT WAVE!
MONNAH PARK BLOCK CO.. INC.
HkMlMIM 220& N. W. 41st Street
Established 1924
Our FlagTruly American!
MELROSE
BEAUTY SALON
3400 N. W. 27th Ave Ph. 20336
OUR FLAGLONG MAY XT WAVE!
NATIONAL FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE CO.
E. C. THRALL
Florida General Acjenti
0I Ponce de Leon Bird. ** 4-3502
CORAL GABLES
BUY THE NEW FIRESTONE
De LUXE CHAMPION TIRE
** Tire the Speedway Has Made Famous lot Your
Protection on the Highway
FIRESTONE BATTERIES
Are Guaranteed for Long Life and Dependability
54 TRAINED EXPERTS RENDER SERVICE
YOU CAN DEPEND UPON
24 HOUR SERVICE CALL 3-8431
FIRESTONE AUTO SUPPLY
& SERVICE STORES
ttth Ayenu* and Wort Flagler St
Miami Fla.
Our FlagLong May It Wave!
OLIirS U-DRTVEIT
SERVICE
2900 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-26B9
"Your Patronage Appreciated"
Our FlagTruly American!
CORPORATION PRESS
& STAMP WORKS
RUBBER STAMPS SEALS
323 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2.1SS6
Our FlagTruly AmeHean!
DR. WALTER K FOLEY
Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
Our FlagLong May It Wave!
MONAH PARK
SERVICE STATION
2201 N. W. 41t Street
PHONE 7-9392
Our FlagTruly American!
DAVIS IRON WORKS
Incorporated
BOILERMAKERS AND
CERTIFIED WELDERS
Ph 2-6030 1e0.8 N. Miami Ave.
Raoonditioned Boilers for Sale and
Repairs Day or Night Anywhere
SMOKESTACKS AND TANKS
OUR FLAG!
LONG MAY IT WAVE!
[
COMPANY
7005 Biscayne Blvd.
PHONE 7-1131
300 N. E. 71st Street
PHONE 7-2W1
FLORIDA SUNLAND
FOODS. INC.
Available at Leading
Fruit Shippers
The Original Pure
Papaya Syrup
OUR FLAGTRULY AMERICAN
THE GARDEN RESTAURANT
MR. and MRS. HANS FREYER
2235 S. W. 8th Steeet Phono 4-3155
GREETINGS ON FLAG DAY
ACE MATTRESS CO.
156 N. W. 5th Street
Phone 3-2778
OUR FLAGLONG MAY IT WAVE!
F. C. TOMS
FILL AND SOILS OF ALL ENDS
Also General Hauling
Phone 3-3427 2799 N. W. 30th Street

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PAGE EIGHT
-JewistntrkBar,
FRIDAY. JUNE 13. 1941
:;5 Wtn

Narisrr Vers-os Religion
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But tin liaafed. aa
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Ft :f the Jews are not safe,
neither is any other group The
. ;-: .n all Fascist coun-
has been first the Jews, then
the C then the lit)
., .,...,. .,lrC, Only by the
solidarity of Jews, Protect!
and Catholics alike will our own
country be able tc meet the totali-
tarian menace.
Canseqw- '-.- Recent issues of a
the"frct '---a- ...- whose
.., Jtws f.. tadoctrinau circulation run* into many thou-
... .
Third P.-.:
7/ie ^4Z)L News Service
by
WILLIAM L BOXERMAN. Diractor
FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE
ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE
OF BNAI BRITH
~ a r.
have renewed their allega-
that A small but powerful
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z- rat;- r -- ar
r for = tyranny a^ r..-.
truth ..- ..
7'
ropafanda are 1
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..... Itad I Nerx
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Tt Na-
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Not i .--..-; s
minority is moulding public
to its own ends" This "pow-
.-r.inority" is identifie
ntleman of the cloth who
rites these articlei as being tl
people of the T-"
Kindly print tome .' thi
- tary facts dealing
j ect
E E
Miami Beach
.-. r No greater faisei)
ve than h*8 '-' circulated by the de-
-
-. : S
Nuns
. rk
I .-. ... No pi
nrutted t
Ji i :.sh people than
which you refer The
ADL had occasion in one ol itt
..... ~..
of J'.--. Ecoi Domii ition,"
alleged J'
:r .: pinj
The great news gathering
be j .- generatioi
rincle Jew
plat -. it a .- n ry
- techniejut Na- -brutality simp] United Pre
representing i r I han 1.-
1300 newspapers, then not a
A similar situati n
the ownership of the
- Press The International
News Service is owned and con-
' -' -' -*'-'' Tc the Jewish reader U tt ..d bv u.;:::arr. Randolph
' --' ;" ": ver> pamphlet written by CatholM Hearst, who. of course, is not a
""'-'' t there :s or.lv one enoour- jev>.
tau .- -:" -; ag;r.g thought. At long las', re-
-' Goebfc igtous groups than the
Goebbe il --'. who learr.-.c Jews have come to realize that
church that il -one can afford to be c
aptures the child ru cap- about the challenge of Nazism
HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION
OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN
^Sealed in Cellophane for your protection
PREFERRED BV THOUSANDSMAY WE SERVE YOL'
Phone MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 for
grade "a pastelrized milk cream
sweet cream sweet cream bltter
salt better cottage cheese
blt-'ervilk solr cream
so' acdopmills
/ S<*cereiy Be' : '--. Btt-.e- Dairy Predict Tnan
HOME MILK
1941
FLORIDA'S NEWEST FINEST & LARGEST
All-Year Hotel
THE RIVIERA
Near Dvton Beach.
Html Condition or Con/erenee H'miqumrltn. Capmeltg /#.
The onlr Hotel Bar open all year betweea
Jacksonville & I'ala Beach.
Radio and Fan In Eerr Room. Golf LInka. Artesian Swlmmlnj
Pool with Sand Beach. Tennis. Badminton. Pint Pong. Croquet.
Horseahoe and Shuffleboard Courts. Ballroom and ConTentlon
Hall. Banquet Facilities. Spacloua Grounda.
COOLEST SPOT IN ALL FLORIDA, AT THE BIRTHPLACE OF
THE TRADE WINDS. Where the Labrador (Arctic) Current
meeta the Gulf Stream, and Simmer Bathing and Fi-hing are
Superb.
Write for Special Fumnrr Rate*, April to December.
Hotel Riviera, Box 429. Daytona Beach, Fla.
MOUNTAINEER, TAR HEEL & CRACKER
VACATION HEADQUARTERS.
The additional information re-
lating to Jewish ownership of
newspapers and other publica-
tions may be summarized as fol-
lows:
']> The largest daily newspa-
per chain in America is that of
the Hearst press, with a daily
circulation amounting to 5.000-
000. Mr Hearst is not a Jew.
ill The Patterson-McCormick
newspaper chain is second lar-
gest with an average daily cir-
culation of 2.232.156 Patterson
and McCormick are not Jews.
<3i The third largest average
daily circulation is that of the
Scripps-Howard newspaper chain.
This amounts to 1.794.617. Those
who own and control this chain
are not Jews.
r4 There are only four size-
able chains in the newspaper
field owned or controlled by
Jews, the Ochs interests own the
New York Times and the Chat-
tanooga Times: J. David Stem
owns the New York Post the
Philadelphia Record and the
Camden Courier and the Camden
Post (New Jersey.. Paul Block
owns the Newark (New Jersey i
Star-Eagle, the Toledo Blade. To-
'edo Times and the Herald and
News Tribune of Duluth. Minn.;
E P. Adler of Davenport. Iowa,
owns papers in towns such as
Davenport, and Ottumwa in Iowa.
Madison. Wis, Hannibal. Mo.,
and Lincoln. Nebr. The total
-.rrulation of each group is as
follows: The Ochs papers. 489-
371: The Stern publications. 391.-
209: The Paul Block chain. 289.-
I .26. and the ACitr group. 198.-
I 610. The comparison of the above
figures readily indicates the un-
deniable fact that Jewish owner-
ship and control is a tiny pro-
portion of the whole.
The magazine situation is even
more striking: except for the New
Yorker (in which the largest
stockholder is a Jew. but the di-
recting head a non-Jew.) the
only important Jewish owned
magazines are the American Mer-
cury' ar'd Esquire.
It is sometimes suggested that
:< the Jewi do not directly con-
trol the newspapers, they are
able at any rate to do so indi-
rectly by advertising. The point
may I < made that non-Jewish
| the vast newspaper
chains are men of such enormous
wealth and the chains themselves
have such huge circulation, that
it is incredible and ridiculous to
believe that they would allow
elv to be influenced by
their advertisers Advertising,
furthermore, is of such great
. to the press but
also to the advertiser hims.lf.
that it is safe to conclude that
interests the latter is not
the p' : the paper in which
but the size of its
circulation.
As to the advertising agencies.
Th< Ji wish participation amounts
to from one to three percent. Of
the two hundred largest agencies
in America, six may be Jewish
Of the 1.800 smaller age:.' : -
ips 100 to 150 are conducted
;. .;
gard to book publish-
ers: thi n practically n
in this business prior to
1915: today Jewish owned pub-
....-: Knopf. Simon
and Shu.-'. I Viking Press.
Covici-Fned. and Random House
do nol ompari influ-
ence o-Jewish pub!:.-: -
s like Macmillan, Harpers.
Hcughtor.-Mifflin. Doubleday Do-
ran. Scribners. Appleton-C n -
tury. etc.
Summary
It will be seen from the a
that there is not a grain of truth
to the Hbelous charge that the
American Press is controlled by
the Jews. All good Americans
should exercise characteristic
American fairness. Fair judg-
ments are made on the basis of
factsnot fables. Jews play a
very' minor role in the vast
American press. Anti-Semites
rely on the mass ignorance that
seems to prevail even among
people supposedly well-read, in
their effort to get away with such
SUMMER-GRAM CAMPAIGN
STARTED ON JUNE 4TH. 1941
Making summer vacationists
want to spend their leisure days
in Florida is the worthy puri
behind the Florida Power and
Light Company's annual "Sum-
mer-Gram" campaign, which I
gan here on June 4th, 194]
Every citizen, firm, civic club
and other organization in Miami
is invited to cooperate in this
effective plan, which since 1937
has brought an increasing num-
ber of summer visitors to our
community and other towns in
the state.
The "Sunshine Service organi-
zation has prepared picturi
cards, showing attractive so.
in this area, which the cornpa .
will mail to addresses in northern
states. Cuba and Canada :
cards will be available at :
local Florida Power and L
office, free of charge and I
company will pay the t.<
The only cooperative eff rt :
quired from our citizens is |
they address the cards to
friends and acquaintances out '
the state: the company will :
them.
Since its inaugur;.:: r
years ago. the "Summer-G:
campaign has attracted nati
wide interest and has been a .
1 mite aid in building Flori I -
summer visitor business.
Dave L. Bos worth, managi :
the company's office here, stat
"In addition to address:r,p th
cards, our citizens, we I ;
be inspired to send their out-
state friends other remind) i
such as local newspapers Lite]
ture. snapshots and other facts
about our community, which may
persuade others to come hen
only for a vacation but for a per-
manent home, possibly to estal -
lish business here. Think what
a tremendous effect it would
have, if every one of us would
send out one letter a month to
some northern friend boostint
our town and urging him tc settle
here."
outrageous falsehoods. In no
way. shape, or form have Ameri-
can Jews ever sought to control
the American press, or even to in-
fluence it for their own ends
Ask Your Local
Delicatean
For the Beat

It Coats No More
OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO. PIODUCTS
I7th
ifci*. Chum n |m(k4 Maata
a Nirimi ah Chwaa*
Call F. A. PETERSON. District Manager
SHELBY SALESBOOK CO.
PHONE 4-4240
FOR SALESBOOKS and BUSINESS FORMS OF ALL KINDS
"Compare Our Prices and Quality'
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyona harlnr artlcla of
clotklnc. furniture, ate. that
re not aeln* oaad or needed.
; cooperate with th* ;.-
diea Auxiliary of the Jewlah
Welfare Bureau. and aend
theae ar'.icUa to the RUM-
MAGE STORK BMlntalned by
them
If Yeu Cannot Brine Theae
ta the
RUMMAGE STORE
Lecated at 1a7 N. W. Mh St.
Plaaaa Phone
Mra. t_ 4. Hartx. 2-713S
Mra. Merrte Oul-ter, 5-3517
Mra Harry Kaufman, 5.2e
Jewish Welfare Office. S-S377
Mra. Mayer athwart*. 2-tSe4
and they will ee called for
For Safety, Security
and Liberal Return
... Place Your Funds
in Dade Federal
Each Account Insured Up To
$5,000 By The Federal Savings
and Loan Insurance Corporation
IIaVIIE HiIMiRaVL
m eft MIAMI
45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE
Resources Over $5,600,000
J. M LIFTON. President