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The Jewish Floridian ( January 7, 1938 )

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, attend as this li "'
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Hadamlte- are extended a cordial
invitation to be present.

Local Boy to Be
Concert Soloist
Con.rd Roee. m of Mr. am
Mrs Harry Rose of this city, who
u a. awarded a scholarship under
noted irtuo80 Prof. Felix Sal-
mond a, .he Curtis In.tltu e o
W,H bo the guest soloist at
oadcM, ol the Curtis insti-
,ute symphony recitals orer a na-
me hookup on the < olumbla
Broadcasting system. Because of
the intereal In Leonard Rose and
acognlaed ability as a celloiat
ending, station WQAM or
: has mad, B.....lal a,
to broadcaat the program
day afternoon,
v 26th, from 3:46 to 4:30

Gala Meeting to Be Held
Vj Ita mi mbersbip cam-
. to acqualnl the m bers
nds with the work of
Mrs. Victor Mell and Mis
Mm lie Adelman.

Farewell Party Is Tendered
A farewell party honoring Mrs
Frank Brener of Wlnston-Salea
N. C. was tendered last Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. S
Tiltt In Miami Beach. Following
Kames a delicious buffet luncheon
was served. Among those present
were Mrs. Frank Brenner, Mrs.
Jack Hlrsch, Mrs. Nathan Adelman,
Mrs. J. L. Shochet, Betty Schwaru
of New York, Ann Trltt, Herbert
Brenner and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lev.
Inson.

Tombstone to Be Unveiled
A tombstone tothe memory of the
late Mrs. Anna Jacobsklnd will be
unveiled at the Jewish section of
Woodlawn Cemetery next Sunday
January 9th, at 2:45 p. m., with
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner ot the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion. Friends and relatives of the
family are asked to attend and pay
their respects to her memory.

Memorial Services to Be Held
Memorial services will be held
at the unveiling of a tombstone to
the memory of the late Saul Alien-
son. one of the pioneer Jewish real,
dents of Miami and one of the or-
nas wiiu un >> dents or .Miami ana one oi me or-
, Brlth inthls area a gala |g|nai membera and for many yeari
Bnal Britb Lodge ..,.,.,, Tokaya 0f Beth David Con-
I be held at the Hotel Evane, i.,,.u;ifi(,. Miami- Rabbi Max sha-
m Trip Miami Beach, Iliro 0f Beth David will officiate at
January 11th ,,. ,,,.vj,..s am, w, be nsS! .. ,
it&: 15 o'clock when enter-' by cantor Louis HapnaB. Thi
will be Provided for ilos wl begin promptly at 2:80
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Regular Meet



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Entertainment Is Held
. Nathan Adelman
friends last
home honor-
rank Brenner, their sis-:
ton-Salem, N. C,
: \\'. Inesday
; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lev-
:. Pa., tl
sins. ng l bltlon
the services and will be assisted
by Cantor Louis Hayman. The ierv.
ires will begin promptly at 1:80
o'clock next Sunday afternoon,
January 9th, at the Jewish lection
of Woodlawn Cemetery. All friends
and relatives of the late Mr. Abel*
son are urged to be present and
participate in the services.
THE
A TOMBSTONE To THE MEMORY
OF THE LATE
SAUL ABENSON
Will Be Unveiled
SUNDAY, JANUARY 9. at 2:30 P.M.
WUk RABBI MAX SHAPIBO OFTIClAT^G
.CANTOS LOUS HTMAS ASSISTING
A: IIM .TSWISH SXCTION ::
WOODLAWN CmXTKIT
All Friends Are Ursred to Attend
and Pay Their Respects
fFour Free Health LECTURES
lures by Mr Walter
in a buffet dinner W8S
:. In add!) n to thi
| of ind their children among
were Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Rachel A del-
rd Finn. L
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HOTEL
Washington at Tenth Street
MIAMI BEACH
Announces the Opening of Its New!
STRICTLY KOSHER
DINING ROOM
American and European Plan j
For Rates and Information Consult}
M. ROSNER, Manager
er. Victor 3
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CTNo^A'tL^TIONS TO
B'NAI B'RITH
SUCCESS
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Ea-c.et n Tuesday. January 18,
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1day, January 7, 1938
THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN
Page Three
wJew'isii ncrfcfi&n
rUBLISHBD EVKKY miDAT
P. O. Bo* **
PLANT AND OFFICES
21 8. W. Second Avenue
Phone* 2-1141; 2-1183
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Uimrr
(tared u second class mitur July 1910. at the Poat Offic. at Mlani, Florida,
under th Act of March I. 1879.
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN
Representative
WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. M. SCHREBNICK
Representative
ORLANDO
DORIS B. HELLER
Repreaentative
TAMPA
MRS. JAY MARKOWITZ
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
ti> Months..
One Year
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1938
Vol. 11.No. 1.
21
A WARNING
As we go to press we are advised that the United Jewish
Appeal will shortly begin its work for our distressed brethren
aeross the seas and for the! upbuilding of Palestine. Both, of
course, causes whieli need no explanation. Greater Miami Jewry,
long deficient in their duties in matters Jewish should be made
to realize the importance of these causes, and above all else .
(he necessity of Miami Jewry doing their bit in times of stress
such as we are now undergoing.
We note, we trust with unnecessary alarm, the division of
the Campaign into two integral factors two committees, one
for Miami and another for Miami Beach ... of course, those
at the head of the movement stress very carefully the fact that
this is ONE JOINT CAMPAIGN that ONE QUOTA GOAL
has been set that the formation of two committees are for
the sole purpose of greater efficiency and for better coverage
. let's hope the Jewish public will recognize this fact.
When Jewry throughout the world has been striving for
a unification of forces so that more effective work may be
done, nothing in the way of example for the division of Jewish
forces should be permitted .even now some people, well
meaning perhaps, are suggesting the division of Bnai Brith
locally into two separate lodges some are suggesting two
Jewish Welfare Bureaus and soon we will be told that
Miami and Miami Beach should have separate Zionist Dis-
tricts, Hadassah Chapters, National Council of Jewish Women
sections, etc., etc. ... to the end that there may be not more
effective and united work, but that there may be more presi-
fdents, more officers more honors .
If there is anything that should be considered by Greater
[Miami Jewry then it is the question of unification of forces
I of something in the nature of a Federation of organizations
L of the elimination of useless" expenditures for printing, post-
age, office work, etc. .
We pray that the time may come when all programs, lunch-
eons, card parties and similar continuous dunning of the self
lame people will have been sensibly eliminated and the
tremendous sums of money thus conserved used for the very
organizations in this area whose need is of prime importance .
Let there Jie therefore A WARNING sounded ... let not
the action of the United Jewish Appeal be misinterpreted .
ft is one appeal ... no division of forces ... no splitting of
Bommunities ... is contemplated nor should it be permitted.
~ JEWISH ARBOR DAY D2173 ID
h<. AND YE wan s
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MAKE THEM GROV/
"MAKE THEM GROW"
These tree outlines will blossom forth into many living trees, planted
on the soil of Palestine, asa result of the observance, on Monday. Jan-
uary 17th, of Chamisho Osor, the 15th day of the Hebrew month of
Shevat, or Jewish Arbor Day, since time immemorial a festival of
Jewish school youth.
In Palestine, the Jewish children observe the day by going to the
fields and forests and planting new trees. On the initiative of the
Jewish National Fund Youth Department, 111 Fifth Avenue, New York
City, the Hebrew and Religious schools in the United Stales have been
supplied with tree charts (reproduced above) which show the progress
of Palestine tree planting up to date. Under the slogan "Make Them
Grow!" classes and pupils will compete in the number of trees they
will plant. The planting is effected by pasting Keren Kayemeth stamps
on the bare tree outlines. Stamps in the amount of $1.50 as a contribution
to the Jewish National Fund, make possible the planting of one tree.
N. F. T. S. AT 25
The silver jubilee of the National Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods, to be celebrated next Thursday in Chicago, may
ivell stimulate us to inquire into the reasons for the progress
made by this woman's arm of American Keform Judaism. In
Be short space of a quarter-century, the sisterhoods have
grown from a small group of less than 5,000 women to an or-
ganization of more than 55,000 in six countriesthe world's
argest Jewish women's religious organization. What caused
his growth? One answer immediately suggests itself. It is
[latent in the record of the sisterhoods organization. It lies
1 the fact that N. F. T. S. has not lived for itself alone; it has
,erved other causes. But through its service to others, N. F.
T. S. has inevitably served itself. Three major projects have
timulated and inspired the sisterhood members during these
5 years. They have dedicated their efforts to the cause of
jidi'ng the Jewish blind, have sponsored the training of Amer-
^an rabbis, and have devoted themselves to the cause of world
(eace and social betterment. The Jewish Braille Institute in
lew York can testify to the constant suport that it has re-
vived from the sisterhoods. And the magnificant dormitory of
pe Hebrew Union College, erected and supported by N. F. T. S.,
ands as a concrete testimonial to sisterhood endeavor.
Those who have been crying in recent years about the de-
line of religion and the defection of support from religious
restitutions may well take note of the fact that there is a re-
jiously inspired organization which in these days of innum-
,able appeals to women has prospered, and has prospered
[>tably. N. F. T. S. is to be congratulated on its record.
Tampa Notes
BY MRS. JAY MARKOWITZ
Miss Rosalie Kirchick, daughter
of Mrs. S. L. Kirchick, and Harry
B. Kotler were married Christmas
night in an impressive ceremony
atthe home of the bride. Rabbi A.
Burger officiated and the nuptials
were witnessed by a large assemb-
lage of friends and relatives.
Preceeding the plighting of the
troth, a program of music was
given by Sam Verkauf, vocalist and
Fred Perlman, pianist- Their num-
bers were "Oh, Sweet Mystery of
Life" and "At Dawning." The tra-
ditional wedding marches were
used.
The bride was given In marriage
l.y her brother-in-law, Ha:ry Keller
of Bradenton.
Mrs. Keller was her sister's ma-
tron of honor. Miss Doris Magid
was maid of honor.
Miss Miriam Kirchick. sister of
the bride, was Junior bride's maid.
Following the wedding, an In-
formal reception was held. The
young couple left during the eve-
ning for a wedding trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wellhouse. Jr..
Mr. and Mrs. Ozus Marcus, Miss Jane
Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mass, Mi
and Mrs. Junius AnnlS, Mr. and Mrs.
Ah. Wolfson, Mr. and Mrs. Russel
Rerhheim, Dr. and Mrs. Pied Lebos,
Dr. and Mrs. Morris Bennett, Mr.
ami Mrs. Larry Waltaer. Mr. and Mrs
David Pennan. Mr. ami Mrs Oseai
Verkauf. Mr. and Mrs. David
Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Schultz, Abe Verkauf. Jack Weiss-
man. Miss Rav Freeman.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brandt. Mr. and
Mrs. Al. Weiss. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Poller, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Slmovltz.
Mr. and Mrs. Bol Fleischman. Miss
Sallve Flnman. Leo Flnman, Miss Ida
Outkln. Mr. and Mrs. William Kay.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bornsteln.
Mr. and Mrs Morton Juster, Howard
Anthony. Mrs. Clyde Reynolds, Mr,
and Mrs. Ben Halmovjtz. Mr. and
Mis. Jack Swerdlin. Mr. and Mrs.
Simon Marks. Mr. and Mrs. Jay
Markowltz, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Markowlts, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ber-
n.-r. Mr. Jimmle Moed. of St. Peters-
burg; Miss Helen Surasky, of Brooks-
vllle; Mr. and Mrs. William Bass, Mr.
and Mrs. Isadore I)avis. Mr. and Mrs.
Max Arglntar, Mr. and Mis. Osias
Meerovitz.
Mr. and Mrs. Have Welnstein. Mr.
mil Mrs. .lark Wolf. Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Kinman. Mr. and Mis Mltcnel
.1. Kasii.i. Miss Doris Magid, Bam
Verkauf. Miss Rose 1'cietzmati. Ralph
Lute, Arnold Arglntar, Miss Bybll Ap-
patoff. Jack Morris, Ernest Weber.
Miss Florence Abremovlts, Murry
loldman, Mr, and Mrs. Ren Home,
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Knabels, Mr and
Mrs. Morris Goldberg, Mr. and Mis.
Dave Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. Betiberger,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chaitc, Mr. ninl
Mrs. Manuel Aronovilz. Mi. and Mrs.
Ilaul Vegft.
Miss Ruth Rutkln. Miss Rose Sil-
lier. Miss Minnie Gordon, Miss Ruth
Weber, Miss Alice Gordon, Miss Helen
Rutkln. Miss Anita Levy. Rennet Rut-
kin. Abe Sillier. Sam Weber. Henry
Lassman. Morris Rutkin. 1-iwrence
Levy, Miss Audry Maas.
Miss llearly Steinberg. Morris ilor-
don. Rabbi Adolph Burger. Louis Mor-
ris, Miss Vergle Segal, Sam Arglntar,
Miss Hannah Belle Isaacson. Buddie
Aronovltz, Irving Packed. Miss Lillian
Haddad. Sam Kotler, Miss Roberta
Marks. Miss Rosalee Buchman.
Fred Poller. Simon Schwartz. Miss
Rheba Klrson, Phil Haimovltz. Miss
Helen Haimovltz, Mlsa Florence Lutz,
Leo Walker and party, Miss Ruth Fln-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Perlman,
(Continued on Page 6)
Tampa chapter of the Junior Ha-
dassah society entertained at a
formal dance Christmas night at
Davis Islands Country club.
Sponsors were Miss Sallye Fin-
man, Miss Jane Meyer and Miss
Rose Silber, each of whom was
presented flowers. Mrs. Al Weiss,
Mrs. Dave Pennan and Mrs- Man-
uel Buchman composed the com-
mittee on arangements.
Among those attending were: Miss
Nellls Cooperman. Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Schwartz, Irving Greenstone. Savle
Weiss, Rabbi Opsbaum, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Davis, Miss Roxy Segal. Arnold
Arglntar. Miss Fern Boldberg and
Bert Segal, all of St. Petersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rabin. Miss
Nellie Peretxman and Edwin Peretz-
man of Miami; Mrs. Louis Wellhouae,
8r.. and Paul HalmoviU, of Aaltnta;
Sam Robinson of Eau Claire. WIs.;
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller, of Phila-
delphia; Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Estroff.
Mlsa Oussle Estroff and Melvln Est-
roff. of I-ikeland. Miss Dorothy Baker
of Orlando; Jack Silber of Tallaahasee:
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jordan and Her-
bert Soloman, of Clearwater.
Tampa members and their guests
attending were Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Buchman, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Buch-
man. Simon Buchman. Ben Welntraub.
Miss Adallade Rlock, Mr. and Mrs.
Anthony Orlmaldl, Mr. and Mrs. Ely
Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Meyer,
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, January 7. I9jg
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
135 N. W. 3rd Avenua
(MIAMI'S PIONEER
CONGREGATION-
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabfci
1029 N. W. 'tt Si'ttt
Offlc* Phone 2-'*~l
Homt Phene 2-2"
LOL'S HAYWAN. Exee. Sec.
.* S. W. 5th Strttt
Phone 2-5574
BETH DAVID CALENDAR
Morning services, t a. a;
evening services. 5:45 p. m.;
Sabbath services. S:30 a. m.;
late Friday evening ser-.
:"5 r. tn.; Junior Congrega-
tion Sabbath services. 1
a. m.; daily Hebrew school.
3-i p. m.; Sunday school. 10
a. m ; Bar-Mitzvaa class, Sun-
day. 9 a. m.
In accord
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has desigr.at-c this SabbaUl u -
terhood Sabbath'' in order to ac-
..
with the i]
women's organization
+ Fiedman < 5th of Shevta-January
Tthi: Ray Mordechal Laeb ben
Visroel. father of Meyer Schwarti
,6th of Shevat Jan-.
Rivkoh bas Yehuda Loeb. sister of
Florence Seitlin (7th of Shevat,
January th); Raezel bas Nosan,
mother of Mrs. Dora Cohen (11th
of ShevatJanuary 14th-: Leah
Raeza bas YlUchok Tzvee. mother
of H. Rayvis (11th
uary Uth); Moshe Zae ben '
dah Laeb. son of Louis V
113th of ShevatJanuary 151
Icka bas Mendel, mother Of Mr.
I Hiilman ilath o:
I tTth); Sorah bayleh bas Yaacov
* Shloma. mother of M:< 9 i Palloti
:7th of ShevatJanuary 1
told V u shall long Chaim ben Yitzchok. father
: :- -.fort 117th of ShevatJar. :
Our Junior Congregation : Chaim ben B
Joni t services will take place a: of Mr. Leff Chaya Molka
mother of Mohllnei
a. m. H rat Janua::
ah bas Mordechal. mother of
,-.. and 1 "' I -:':i '[
II -
I Law." Par- ben David Hakohen. father 0:' [si-
lore and David Kaplan 27th of j
tJann f 2Si
T-e Je-.s- Radio Hour thai the "V
Sunday,
: e is lit l
ih 11 Englii
- beloved ones be
Jacksonville Notes
The Ternj'le Sisterhood held Its
last meeting Tuesday rental in
the T.-mple Home. A loclal hour
followed the program.
The regular monthly meeting of j
the Daughters of Israel was held
last Wednesday afternoon in the
auditorium of the Jacksonville Jew-
enter. Mrs. Jos.-ph Hackel
was in the chair.
Due to the illness of Mrs Jacob
Becker Mrs. Jack Landau took
the duties of program chair-
mand and directed all programs for
the remainder of the year.
MS9flPTH antCC! MIAMI -FA'h
Al Sem*U S. Hoard Ro.rn.lorf
$U*A. TfllAAOAA fjt*U
The regular meeting of the Busi-
ness and Professional Women'! Di-
vision of Jacksonville Senior Ha
dassah was held at 7:1 o'clock Tuei'
day In the Semtoole hotel. 1
: r was Mrs. Ira Stein, chair-
man of the Hadassah Medical Or-
ganlzation of the local chapter of
Hadassah.
III its I
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bers tenting < Sister
in the sendee
are: M -"- ": :: "-*. Z
Newberg, :"~ --(dman Sarah S
Max Pepper S
: id Ol
Congratulations
tdent body of Be:h David
Is its congrat to Ell

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FROM 5 P.M. TO S P.M.
ALSO
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11:30 TO 2 P.M.
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SHE ALWAYS
WAS WORRIED,
Sol Rotfort. president ol -
terhood win introduce the guest :'~
KattU
- -" In Mimoriam
- ol and Mrs Stanley
'': Ip chairman oljteni
sir birthdays
- itulate the j
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hool last
S e I a m
Rosenblatt. Melrin Wohl. Particu-
lar mention to Lila Or.
the Sisterhood [elten-; brought a total of eight
be or. Lei Cs Knew a:.-.-.
"Sh< :~d in
'an* -' Beth David Book of Life"
tor Louis Hayman assisted by the Chaim Sh.oma ben E'iezar. brother
Beth David Choir will chant the of Daniel Ser:*r list ; Shevat__
traditional litorgic melodies. .January 3rd v : ... Laeb ben
Our Appreciation Zorach. father : Mrs. Francis
To yon the"* I Beth David Warshoff .2nd of ShevatJanuary
Sisterhood, particularly the 1 ith
- 1. insults IJ W jrd of
and obstacles v the ben Tzvee
: :' W;
is expected in rying
may we state that your work is
highly a- ;. who
ere and The
. ire givil
ehlldn
F..-':.- parity of
to register at our .-' School.
The attendance banner for I
week was won by V"A '. with
100 percent attendance to its crerit.
A Speedy Recovery
We pray unto the Almighty to
send a "Refuah Shlamo" to one of
our most active, and splendid mem-
- vinberg. Our prayer
to you Mr. Scheinberg. is "Get
fast, r God knows we need J
you great'.;.
DEN- ST
DO. R. S. AKERS
DR H. L *NOE=SOS
DR. R. WILLIAMSON
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no better medicine for a tense, over-wrought
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small bottle or package23 cents.
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Friday, January 7, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Fiv#
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
of MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th 8treet
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D.
6996 Albaeora Drive6-1265
MIAMI BEACH
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
539 N. E. 31st St.2-9548
MIAMI
One or both of the Rabbis will be at the
Temple every morning throughout the year
Friday night Make no en-
gagements, pay no visits, give no
partiesGo to Temple.
Congregational
Regular Friday evening services
at Temple Israel will be held on
Friday, January 7th, 1938, at 8:15
o'clock. Rabbi Zwitman will speak
on the subject of "Twilight in
Roumania," treating King Carol's
appointment of M. Goga as premier
of Roumania and the definite antl-
semitic stand of the Nationalist
party and its mentor Cuza. The
services will be conducted by Dr-
Kaplan.
A reception for members and
friends of the congregation will fol-
low the services.
Temple Dinner and Dance
At the last meeting of the special
entertainment committee, appoint-
ed by the Board of Directors of
Temple Israel, a floor plan of the
MacFadden Deauville Casino was
presented by the chairman, and
seating arrangements were mapped
out by the committee. Because of
the, fact that many reservations
have already been handed in, we
urge those of our friends who
would like to have choice seats, to
contact either the chairman of the
Dinner Dance, Mr. J. Gerald Lewis,
or the Temple office (2-7745).
Those who remember the beauti-
ful affair given at the Deauville
two years ago will be anxious tc
recommend the present Temple
Dinner Dance at the Deauville on
February 9th, 1938, to their friends.
A great array of stars from the
entertainment world will present
the floor show and an excellent
dinner will be served. Members
are urged to notify the Temple im-
mediately as to the number of peo-
ple in their party.
Sisterhood
On January 19th, 1938, at 8:30
p. m. a musical evening will be
sponsored by the Temple Sister-
hood. The Concert will be held In
the Temple auditorium and will be
under the direction of Mrs. Hannah
Asher Prominent vocal and instru-
mental artists will participate.
Tickets at the price of 50c may be
obtained from Miss Evelyn Marks,
who is chairman of the Concert
Arrangements Committee. The
names of the artists on the pro-
gram will be mentioned in next
week's Bulletin.
yfljuwiL
TbJtudu
By ARTHUR BLATT
Howdy Folks, and here is real
| news, Nick Kenny is back in town
, and that means another gala eve-
ning and another swell show, and
[ it sure is great when Nick gets
I behind the "Y" every famed
I name, every top billed act has al-
I ready been solicited and has prom-
llsed to be up on that stage doing
(their bit to help the "Y" along its
1 path to success, and success it
(has been.
This year the "Y" has taken a
Iwise step, the show will be held
Saturday, midnite, January 22nd,
(at the beautiful Cinema Casino,
nd swellest of all, the rates have
|been lowered to permit each and
sveryone of you to witness this
ipectacle of spectacles, the "Mid-
lite of Stars."
Now it's your turn to help the
J'Y" get along its way. Only a
Ithousand seats and each and every-
k>ne of us can do our bit to see
Ithese seats filled, each and every-
|one of us owes It to the "Y" to
lo our share and we can and will.
The entire proceeds derived
from this benefit will be turned
lover to the "Y" for the building
fund, and wil be used for a good
(purpose Each and everyone of
is know the need for a Jewish
Community Center and the surest
land easiest wa yto get that cen-
|ter is to help the "Y", your organ-
ization and mine needs the "Y" for
It will be through the "Y" that the
Heeded athletic equipment and
Courts will be built, for the use of
Ml.
The "Y" needs you and you need
the "Y" and the surest way of
seeing both meet on an equal foot-
ing is to do your share.
Every nite club in the Greater
Miami area is contributing acts,
several are contributing their en-
tire show, many of the famed
radio, stage and screen actors and
actresses have volunteered to ap-
pear, and to aid the "Y" these peo-
ple derive no benefit from the or-
ganization whatever and still do
their bit to aid Why shouldn't
every Jew in this area do his or
her part, get behind the organiza-
tion and help it, and you can do
it, it's not hard to do and the "Y"
is deserving of everything you can
do for It.
Committees have been working
on the show for the past week and
have done much to assure a good
show, we'll let you know about
each and everyone of them next
week but in the meantime, get
your tickets for yourself and fam-
ily, get up a theatre party and go
in a gang, you'll never forget it,
and as stated before prices have
been lowered.
Don't forget. Saturday Midnite,
the Cinema Theatre located at
Miami Beach, and the entire pro-
ceeds to go to the "Y".
Thanks a million, know that
you'll be there.
On Sunday, January 9th, 1938,
at 8 p. m. the Y. W. H. A. will
sponsor the first In a series of Sun-
day night dances to be held at the
"Y" clubrooms.
These affairs will be a "get-to-
gether." It Is hoped that these
weekly dances will serve as a
means of bringing visiting Jewish
youth together with Miami's young
Jewry.
The Y. W. H. A. will serve as
sponsors of these affairs and all
monies raised will be set aside for
the building fund.
The chairman of this affair is
Mrs. Albert Reisman. assisted by
Miss Charlotte Furman.
The price of admission Is 35c per
person. An orchestra will furnish
music. The public is invited.
On Thursday. January 13th, at
the "Y" clubrooms the Y. W. H. A.
will sponsor a card party.
All sorts of card games will bo
offered. Refreshments will be
served and entertainment pre-
sented-
The public is invited to attend.
The price is only 35c per person.
Mrs. Max Shenkman is chairman
of this event, assisted by Mrs. R.
Lubel.
Track Gets Thrills
The second week of the season
at the West Flagler Kennel club
at West Flagler and 37th avenue
held p romise of many thrilling
races.
After one of the most auspicious
stand, mezzanine, ladies'
Flagler Foto Finish camera
and many other improvements are
of the highest type. West Flagler
is the only track in Dade county
with a standard quarter-mile oval-
During the summer the old racing
strip was torn up and a new track
built The result has been that
there have been very few spills on
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New dogs such as Court Jester,, water.
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owned by Doc Austin, Big Laddie,
Mountain Mist and Miami Moon,
both owned by the Tropical Ken-
nels for which Pete Mullins trains,
and many other sensational dogs
chalked up records.
Court Jester lived up to his ad-
vance notices by not only winning
the Inaugural but also two addi-
tional races. Ollle Ostendorf, who
last year ran In tough luck, came
through with seven wins out of
seven starts, a remarkable record.
Fame, a fawn who showed real
speed last year, apparently struck
her real stride this year for she
has already chalked up four con-
secutive wins.
The new improvements at West
Flagler brought congratulations to
both Jacob Sher and William Hunt-
ley, owners. The new entrance,
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Friday, January 7, 1938
Tage Six
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phos M1s
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Dally: Shachris at 8 a. m.;
Mlncha at 5:30 p. m.; Maarlv,
15 iniimi after sunset
Sabbath services: Friday
evening at 5:30 p. m.; Satur-
day morning at 9:30 a. m.; Sat-
urday afternoon at 515 p. in.
Friday Evening Service
The services this Friday evening
will again start at 8:15 o'clock.
Kahlii Abraham Kellner will speak
on "Some Problems Confronting
Us." The discussion will center
around several vexing problems of
our Jewish community, communal
as well as individual. As in the
past, comments will be invited
from the audience and it is earnest-
ly hoped that the resultant dis-
cussions will rebound to the ben-
efit of the community. Irving
Olnaburg and the children of the
Talmud Torah will lead in the sing-
ing of Congregational songs and
after the services a "Sabbath hour
of Delight" will be held in the
vestry room. A committee of the
Ladies' Auxiliary will be in charge
of serving refreshments.
Annual Ball Announced
The Ldaies' Auxiliary is taking
pleasure in announcing the Seventh
Annual I'urim Ball which will b>
held this year on Tuesday, March
1st. The spacious and beautiful
ballroom of the Women's Club has
been made available and music will
be furnished by a leading Miami
orchestra. A splendid souvenir
journal will again be issued and
sale of tickets will be some time
during the coming week. The date
was set after consulting the cal-
endar of all leading Jewish organ-
izations in town and it is sincerely
hoped that the same will co-oper-
ate and not arrange any meet-
ings or functions of importance
for that date.
Congregation to Meet
On Monday night, January 11th,
a meeting of the membership
will be held in the Synagogue.
Members of the board are urged to
attend-
Benefit Card Game
A card game for the benefit of
the Talmud Torah Fund of the
Ladies' Auxiliary will be held this
Sunday night, January 9th, in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. William
Cleta, 18G0 S. W. 4th St. The af-
fair will also serve in the nature
of a bouse warming as It will be
the first public function In the
newly rebuilt home and hotel.
Refreshments will be served by
the hostess and prizes by the Aux-
iliary will be given those scoring
the highest numbers. A cordial
invitation is extended to all.
Tampa Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perlmnn, Mr. find
Mis. Alex Bokar, Mr. ami Mis. Ben
Browne, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Schwartz, Dr. and Mrs. n. I.. Marcus,
Mi. and Mr--. Hyman Peckett, Mr.
anil Mrs Harry Kotler. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Keller, Manuel Gudfrltch, and
Sol Goodstein, Saul Strassburg,
Irving Bellenkoss and Sonnie Rub-
In, all of New York, have been the
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Rutkin. They returned to their
respective homes Thursday.
Dr. and Mrs. Albert Jenkins and
Mr. and Mrs. David Minkes of Chi-
cago have been the guests of Dr
Jenkin's aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Jenkins.
Miss Edith Levl of Jacksonville
has been the guest for the holidays
of Miss Esther Jenkins.
Miss Ida Gutkin left Friday for
Jai ksonville. where she will spend
New Year's Holidays with rela-
tives and friends.
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Rachelson and
their son, Daniel Rachelson. Jr., of
Tampa, will leave Friday for Nash-
ville, Tenn., where Dr. Rachelson
will take a three months' post
graduate course at Vandeibilt Uni-
versity.
after an extended visit With her
sister and brother-in-law, Mr- and
Mrs. Charles Lob in New Orleans,
La.
The annual meeting and election
of officers and board of directors
of the Y. M. H. A. will be held
Monday night, January 10th, at the
Y. M. H. A. building, all members
are urged to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Decklar with Mrs-
I. Berner have returned from Jack-
sonville to their respective homes
after spending a week with friends
and relatives. 1
FLORIDA JACKSON DAY
CELEBRATIONS; EXECU-
TIVE COMMITTEE NAMED
Miss Hcnriette Waterman of
Tampa has returned to her home
Gov. Fred P. Cone, who Is spon-
sor and general chairman of the
Florida Jackson Day Celebrations,
has selected Honorable D. C. Cole-
man, sheriff of Dade County, to
head the Dade County Committee.
Headquarter! have been set up at
Tis American Hank Building, where
hosts of Dade County's loyal Demo-
meeting daily and fever-
ishly preparing for this gala Na-
tional event.
Immediately upon the appoint-
ment by the Governor. Mr. Cole-
man announced the following who
will serve with him on the Execu-
tive Committee: Hon- Fred 15. Hart-
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DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
nett. Hon. Mrs. T. V. Moore, Hon.
Benjamin Axelroad, Hon. Dan Ma-
honev, Hon. Dan Chappell, Hon.
Joe Stein. Hon. Parks Glover. Hon.
Thomas S. Ferguson, Hon. Hayes
Wood. Hon. Sidney H- Palmer,
chairman of publicity; William
Mathews. Editor Daily News, and
Hon. John Pennycamp, Editor of
Miami Herald.
Several organization meetings
have been held and sub-committees
named and feverish plans are be-
ing made now to make this the most
outstanding gathering of Democrata
in Dade County.
Mr. Roger Carter has been
named chairman of. the entertain-
ment committee and has promised
to present brilliant stars from Mi-
ami's leading night clubs, and Judg-
ing from the past performances of
Mr. Carter's ability to produce
stars, tills promises to be a very
enjoyable evening, not only from a
political standpoint, but from a
strictly entertinment one.
Sidney H. Palmer was named
chairman of the publicity commit-
tee with Mr. William Mathews. city
editor Miami Daily News, and Mr.
John Pennycamp. city editor Mi-
ami Herald. On the publicity
committee, together with the above
named, are several editors and
radio commentators, also Miami
weekly papers and radio stations.
Elaborate plans have already been
made through the courtesy of
WKAT, Miami's newest radio sta-
tion, to broadcast the proceedings
of the entire evening. Outstanding
persons among Dade county's lead-
ing oitzena will be honored on that
evening.
The Jackson Day dinner and cel-
ebration will he held at the ('oral
Gables Country Club on January B,
at 8:00 o'clock P M., and the com-
mittee in charge of arrangements
urgeBt all who intend to attend to
ulease call Mrs. N'unley at number
3-U036. the headquarters of the
celebration, for reservations.
DAVIS ENTERS RACE
FOR RAIL POSITION
TALLAHASSEE Bruce Davis
this week made formal announce-
ment of his candidacy for a four-
year term on the Florida railroad
commission, group 1, subject to the
Democratic primaries to be held in
May. Davis said he would base his
campaign on a program of return-
ing the administration of the com-
mission to the people of the state
in an "open door" policy that would
assure full public knowledge of all
commission transactions. The Flor-
ida railroad commission spends ap-
proximately $50,000 of the taxpay-
er's money each year, but not one
in ten people can give an inkling
of how the money is spent," Davis
said.
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transition of indefinite duration be-1 that any action to be taken for some
fore the establishment of separate time will be only of an exploratory
states. It is obvious, therefore, I nature.
BRITISH WHITE PAPER
(Continued from Page 1)
tablishment of independent states.
It may also be necessary, the
Colonial Secretary says, for the
Government to consider the sug-
gestions by the Mandates Commis-
sion that the Arab and Jewish areas
be administered temporarily under
a system of separate mandates.
The White Paper contemplates a
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Friday, January 7, 1938
THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN
Page Seven
SOCIETY
At a meeting of some of the most
prominent citizens of Miami plans
for a United Jewish appeal for
funds to be divided equally between
die Joint Distribution committee
and the United Palestine Appeal
were formulated. Officers for the
campaign which will be limited to
the City of Miami are Day J- Apte,
chairman, Nathan A. Rosen, Joe
Richter and Harry Markowitz as-
sistant chairmen; Leo Robinson,
treasurer, and Sidney L. Segall, sec-
retary. A separate division for
Miami Beach will be held this year.
Details of the campaign which will
begin shortly will appear in an
early issue of the Jewish Floridian.
.Members of the campaign board
of directors are: Jack August, Abe
Aronovit*. Samuel Blank, Isidore
Cohen, Dr. Frank Coeb, Daniel
Cramer, George Chertkof, George
Goldberg, Alfred Gottesman, Rabbi
Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Abraham
Kellner, Isaac Levin, J. Gerald
Lewis. Joseph M. Lipton, Samuel
p. Lavine, Sidney Meyer, Joseph
Jlechlow. Stanley C. Myers, Max
Orovltz, E. Albert Pallot, Martin
Baff, Samuel Resnick, Louis Rifas,
it Kauzin, Morris Rubin, David
1,. Slann, Rabbi Max Shapiro, J.
Louis Shochet, Harry Simonhoff,
K iy Stone, Henry Seltlin, Julius
Simpson. Jacob Sher, A. A- Ungar,
Mitch.1 Wolfson, Henry D. Wil-
liams, Mrs. Samuel J. Basker, Mrs.
Frank Coret, Mrs. E. Max Gold-
n in.. Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs.
Abraham Kellner, Mrs. Isaac Levin,
Mrs. Anna B. Mankes, Mrs- Ralph
Keufeld, Mrs. Benjamin Le Vine,
Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mrs. Morris
Plant, Mrs. Sol Rotfort, Mrs. Harry
Rubin, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff,
Mrs. David L. Slann, Mrs. Meyer
Schwafts,

Returns to Colege
Miss Rosalind Friedman, a stu-
(i, ut > frt Florida State College
for women returned to Talahassee
tins week folowing a vacation spent
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Friedman in this city. During her
stay here she had as her house
vilest Miss Bernice Klepper of Jack-
sonville, Fla.

Entertain at Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Friedman en-
tertained at dinner in their home
this week for a group of friends
including Mr. and Mrs- Harry
Flnkel and son, Bobbie, of Jersey
City; Mr. Abe Brin of New York,
and Miss Bernice Klepper of Jack
sonvllle.

Unveiling to Be Held
A tombstone to the memory of
the late Mrs. Rose Greenberg, wife
of Mr. Chas. Greenberg of this
city and mother of Miss Betty
Greenberg and Mrs. B. Greenberg
of Miami, and Mrs .Mildred Green
berg Kates of Havana, will be held
Sunday afternoon, January 9th, at
2 p. in., with Rabbi Max Shapiro
of Beth David officiating. Rela-
tives and friends of the family are
asked to attend at the Jewish sec-
tion of Woodlawn Cemetery, where
the services will be held.

New Poultry Store to Open
Stressing the fact that he will
provide only choice poultry at ex-
ceptionally low costs and that
every requirement of kosher rules
will be strictly observed, Mr. Isidor
Schechter, for many years one of
the outstanding Kosher poultry
dealers in Brooklyn and New York
City, will formally open his new
market next Thursday, January 18,
at 204 First st, adjoining Collins
avenue, Miami B each. Pullets,
fryers, hens, roasters of the finest
quality will be sold at low prices,
with strict kashrus being insured
at all times. A visit is invited.

FAMOU8 ACTORS TO BE
PRESENTED
Nick Kenny, famous radio com-
mentator, radio editor of the New
York Daily Mirror, and writer of a
column syndicated in 37 papers, has
arrived here to present the third
annual Y. M. H. A. "Parade of
Stars," which this year will be
given in the Cinema Casino, Miami
Beach, January 22nd.
Kenny whose ability as a song
writer has achieved such hits as
"Gold Mine in the Sky," and others
arrived here three years ago on a
vacation. During a testimonial din-
ner he was sold on the idea of as-
suming the direction of Y. M- H. A.
"Parade of Stars" by Boris Schlach-
inaii, who before his death became
a leading figure in activities of the
Young Men's Hebrew Association.
On his arrival at the Roney Plaza
Hotel Saturday, Kenny said he was
looking forward to making this
year's event one of the leading at-
tractions with a promise that per-
formers would include some of the
foremost entertainers in the na-
tion.
Kenny's radio fame has included
sponsorship of the Boswell Sisters
who he introduced for the first
time over the air, and Jack Benny's
first radio programs. Many others
who are now stars -In radio and
entertainment fields have been
closely associated with him at one
time or another in their careers.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenny are vaca-
here at Miami Beach but they are
making it a point to promote this
Jewish event as an annual affair.
A. H. Rosenfeld and Leo Robin-
son are co-chairmen In charge of
the general arrangements, It was
voted at a meeting of the prelimi-
nary committee in the Young Men's
Hebrew Association building Mon-
day night.
They are assisted by William
Shayne, Harry Markowitz, Joseph
M. Lipton, Al Lichenstein, Hyland
Rifas, E- Albert Pallot, L. Gross-
berg, Adolph Halmes, Dr. Harold
Rand, Dr. Samuel Beckman, Sam
Seltlin, Philip Berkowitz, Larry
Morris, Milton Friedman, Dr.
Milton Saslaw, M. B. Frank, Isaac
Levin, Sam Resnick, Louis E. Pal-
lot, M. S. Bandler and Walter
Jacobs.

Takes Extensive Tour
Mrs. Sarah Harris of Miami
Beach, sailed for Haiti, Jamaica
and South America. Her Itinerary
Includes extensive sightseeing in
Columbia, Peru, Bolivia, Chill, Bra-
zil and Argentine, as well as every
country in South America. Return-
ing Mrs. Harris will fly from
Buenos Aires to Miami visiting
many islands between South and
North America on her trip.

Entertains for New Year's Eve
Jeanette Teller entertained with
a New Year's party at her home
on Miami Beach. Refreshments
were served and favors and noise
makers were given to the guests.
Those attending were Mr. and Mrs-
Edward Finn, Edith Yadwln, Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Wolff, Minerva
Harland, Dr. and Mrs. Milton S.
Saslaw, Sylvia Shapiro, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Werder, Frances Teller,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Reich and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry A- Sher.

e
Wedding Anniversary Celebrated
Honoring Mr. andi Mrs. A. Isen-
berg of Dorchester, Mass., on the
occasion of their 43rd wedding an-
niversary, a dinner party was held
on New Year's Day at Hotel Evans,
Miami Beach, Fla. Attending the
party were the following: Mr. I.
Tarshes, New York; Mr. Nat
Lehrer, Brooklyn; Mr. Jack Cohen
and Miss Cohen of New York; Mrs.
A. R. Shallt, Portland, Me ; Mr.
and Mrs. S. Goldstein of Boston;
and Mi and Mrs. H. Sugar of Balti-
more. Mr. and Mrs. Isenberg are
guests of the Hotel Evans where
they will spend the entire winter
season.

The National Council of Jewish
Juniors will hold a card party
Thursday evening, January 13, at
the Alamac Hotel, Miami Beach.
In charge of this affair is Mrs.
James Seigendorf, who is assisted
by the Misses Martha Neham, Jo-
sephine Raxin and Rosalyn Klein.
The annual frolic to be held at the
Civic Center February 13 is the
outstanding affair being given by
the Junior Council. Proceeds of
this dance will go towards the main
project of the organization, the
establishment of a children's free
clinic at the Alton Road Hospital-

Mrs. Bernard Simon was elected
president of the Loyalty Club of
Emunah Chapter O. E. S., on Tues-
day at the home of Mrs. Charles
Beckwltt, new worthy matron.
Other new officers are Mrs. Mitch-
ell Kupperberg, vice president;
Mrs. Joseph Syman, secretary and
treasurer.
Plans were made for a benefit
bridge party to be given soon, with
Mrs. Deborah Meyer in charge.
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Municipal Bonds ............................... 108,772.50
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Taice Eight
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, January 7, 1935
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
326 Jefferton Avenue
'Phone 5-1328
MAURICE 0. MAMCHES, Cantor
726 Meridian Avenue
Phone 6-2013
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
Dally Servlcet: Every morn-
ing at 7 and 8 O'clock; Saturday
:it 7 aud 9 A. If. Evening serv-
ices dally at 5:15; Friday night
at 5 and at 8:15 o'clock. Late
Friday evening services will he-
Hin at 8:15 P. M. and will be
conducted by Rabbi Mescheloff
and Cantor Maniches. Rabbi
Meacheloff win preach on the
topic "Fanatics." Saturday
morning he will take as his sub-
The Royal Blasting." Bat-
urdny afternoon he will speak
en the portion of the week at
"Shalosh B'oodoss."
Divine Service
1 .. y morning ai and 8
o'< lot i>. Saturday al 7 and '.' A- M.
Evening services daily at 5:16
P M, Friday nlghl ;ti "> and at
8:15 l' M.
Friday Night Service
1..,:, 1 rices Will be bold al
s 1 p_ m. this Friday. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff ili speah on
the subject: "Israel's Holy Lan-
guages." Cantor Maurice Mamches
w ii ;!>msi in ihe servlt i'.
Lasi Friday nighl e bad the
and pleasure ol
hearing a mosl Inspiring address
bj ..: bi .- eaker. Ilia Honor,
Benjamin Lencher, jud
I \ anj i uuty, Pa an
Zionist .i!..i Boclal leader in Pitts-
burgh, addressed an overflowing
audience on the subjest, "Stress
ihe Synagogue."
This Saturday morning Rabbi
Mescheloff will speak on "Contem-
porary Plagues." Cantor Mamches
will conduct the morning services.
Rabbi Mescheloff will >i>eak in Yid-
dish ai the afternoon Shalosh
S'oodoss.
Young Men's Group
Our boys from 13 to is will meet
s inday at
: a M \\r< nts ol boys within this
Btrongly urged
10 have them attend this Minyan-
bi -. Last week a delicious
s rei was given by Mr. 1. D. Spl-
\ ak. i !... Board of Edu-
1 lioi This Sunday mornii
b -: will be tendered by Mr.
Ol one of
the boj -
1: favorable comment
has
in which dlffei 1
boys ..:. given the opportunity to
> a, h eek. Help
this group srow by setting more
I- >.- i 1 al
Hebrew School
The || : .; children spoke on
v III h.ises of current Jewish
. last Sunda] s assembly:
Fay Dorothy Schon-
Si ne, and Carolyn
Cantor Mai::, -
new Pales-
ions The as-
l V Serving
Florida's Finest
American-Jewish
Dinner".
ST. REGIS
RESTAURANT
44 6 COLLIN/ AVE.
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BEACH
seinhly is open to nil. beRinning nt
11: SO A. M. Sunday School classes
begin promptly at 10 A. M. All
Children are accepted-
Adult Classes
Wednesday nlghl at S the course
in "Elementary Hebrew Conversa-
tion" will he given. At S:30 the
lecture on "The Reason Behind
Jewish Laws and Customs" will be
presented. Both courses arc! given
by Rabbi Meacheloff. Tiey are
for adults only, men am! women,
Then' is no .barge. Bpani an In-
tellectual evening.
Welfare Meeting
The firal meeting this season of
the "Hachonossas Orchlm" will be
held next Tuesday night at 8J
o'clock in the Synagogue. AH mem-
bers, past and present, are Invited
lo attend. A revolt on the present
membership, income and expenses
will he given. A discussion on
the policies of our Hachonossasa
Or< him w ill take plai e.
Refuo Shlaymo
We wish a refuo shlaymo. a
l\ and i. : C0V< ry. to
the following: Mr. Sol Goldstrom,
1 11 s Ivak, B rnard S
Mr. 1. Roth, and all I niem-
and friends not yet on the list
he well.
Beth Jacob Sisterhood
An all time high in Sisterhood
attendance on the Beach was
reached la81 Monday night at the
regular meeting of the Sisterhood.
Mrs. Benjamin H. London, presi-
dent, opened the meeting and an-
nounced that the Beth Jacob Sis-
terhood will present two hundred
and fifty dollars to the Beth Jacob
Congregation towards the erection
of partitions tor the Talmud Torah,
which the Congregation is sponsor-
ing at this time. Mrs. Hose Weiss
brought the report for the com-
mittee in charge which included
Mrs. Kn Iger and Mrs. Wllensky.
Mrs. Besvenlck, chairman of the
Sunday morning Minyan for Young
Men over Bar Mitzva age gave a re-
port I'f this activity. All voting
men from 13 to IS are invited to
join the services every Sunday
morning at nine o'clock. Breakfast
is served by the Sisterhood for
these boys. Mrs. Besvenlk Is In
charge. Mrs. Krelger brought a
message Inviting all visitors and
friends to become Beth Jacob Sis-
terhood members.
Sisterhood Bridge
Arrangements were made for a
bridge party that the Sisterhood
is sponsoring at the Floridian
Hotel, January 18th, at 1:80 p. m.
Lovely refreshments will be served
at this party by Mr. Seiden, pro-
prietor of the Floridian Hotel, who
will be the host of the afternoon.
Chairmen for this outstanding so-
cial event are: Mrs. J. Albert. Mrs.
J. Lipton, Mrs. Samuel Blank. Mrs.
Rose Bernknopf. Mrs. M. 11. Frank
and Mrs. S. Cohen. Prizes will be
given.
Cultural Program
The cultural program of the Sis-
terhood meeting was begun with
the playing of the Jewish Orches-
tra under the able direction of
Mr. Abraham Bramson. The orches-
tra played a Jewish overture, and
a number ol" Jewish folk sons-.
and ended with the playing of the
Hatikvah which the entire assem-
bly joined in singins. The orches-
tra's efforts were received with
well merited, enthusiastic applause^
I the band were: Miriam Freed
and Ruth Shapiro, pianists, Lou
Katz. Nathan Aronowitz, Rose P.
Osman, Fred Grossberg. vlollnls a.
Walter Falf, clarionet; Samuel
Shaffer, Alvin Chain and Norton
pallet, trumpets; Howard Levin,
French horn, and Robert Gelst.
drums. ,
Mrs Moses Mescheloff read a
paper on "Cham is ho Ossor
H'shvat." Miss E. Keshner pre-
sented "Jewish News Flashes.
The entire cultural program was
introduced by the cultural chair-
man. Miss Malvina Weiss, and the
participants were thanked by Mrs.
IS. II. London in the name of the
entire Sisterhood.
GERMAN ARMS DOMINATE
WEAPONS FOUND ON ARABS
circulars, many of them bearing
Mussolini's picture, are being free-
ly distributed among Arabs, who
are told that II Duce is the beat
friend of Islam.
Seeking to prevent the escape
from their "bottllng-up" program
of the terrorists operating In the
north, the Palestine government
has asked the French mandatory
authorities to help prevent the
flight of the bands into Lebanon
and Syria, Arab newspapers state.
As a result, four hundred French
troops and Lebanese gendarmes
are reported to be stationed along
the frontier, driving back rebels
who have skipped through the net
of British soldiers.
JERUSALEM (WNS-Palcor
Agency)A military Inquiry Jual
concluded here has established the
fact that almost all the arms con-
fiscated by troops and police from
terrorist bands during recent weeks
are of German make. The implica-
tion of foreign aid to Arab gangs
, n bels and marauders waa Intens-
ified by a tidal wave of Italian
propaganda now inundating the
country. Books, pamphlets and
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wJewiislh Florid fan %% Tffie Jewish lUmMUy 3An QjuxAjtJk TVjLoJULy 11—No. 1 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 193s Price Five CenU THE WORLD'S By LUDWIG LEWISOHN The view* expressed by LudO wig Lewlsohn In his column aie hit own and do not necessarily reflect the policies or attitude of ur publication. Reproduction in whole or In part strictly fordden. In his Christmas allocution to ie College of Cardinals the surenie Pontiff of the Roman Church fee with an unwonted bitterness if ilie persecution of Catholii s in bxl Germany. "Rarely," said the %  Krablo Pius, "has there been a %  :-. i ution so grave, so terrible, so ainfill. so sad in its deep effect! Ie a persecution that lacks cither the brutality of violence DTthe pressure of threats nor the of cunning and falsehood." is true of the persecution tolics in Germany is, of prse, an hundred times truer of ; sedition of the Jewish peoere and it is also true of the itlon of the Jewish people In itkollc Poland, which is one of the ery citadels of the Church of tome, and it is a little bleak and than a little disconcerting tat the Vicar of Christ had no M ol rebuke for those sons of lie Church who are doing preihely as, very properly, they would lot l>e done by. Hillel and Jesus re thoroughly at one on the ior.11 iniquity of that. %  flth the persecuted Catholics in erniany the Jew haB a very much M than superficial sympathy. e Church is not persecuted by ? Nazis for its human faults and lii.gs. which are doubtless many, t for Its high and valid aspirapon after Catholicity, after that [real human communion in which tore Is to be in the words of Paul (either slave nor free neither Ireck nor Jew. This note of spiriuniversality is. of course also fa df the Jewish faith and tradi|on: the righteous goy is equal to lie High Priest in Israel. Now it this aspiration after catholicity, Her ethical universality that the tzl persecute and desire indeed stamp out. For their return to irbarism is not due to their deto integrate themselves more losely with their cultural tradilons and the sources of their be%  It is due to the Intolerably icked Judgment of value which toy have introduced: all races but tolrs are inferior; all faiths but heirs are stupid; all aspirations theirs are ignoble. Speaking the manner of the Catholic hurch one would say that the sin the Germans is the sin of pride, he sin whereby the angels fell, ie sin which many learned Cath's have held to be the sin of sins. id those Jews who are aware of heir great tradition, of the oral nulitlon, will remember that the hachamlm dwell more frequently a no sin than on that of shaming Mlowman, of humiliating your 'other, of Judging him until you i've been in his place. So that in IS tradition too, pride, arrogance, re held to be unforgivable and I'lmillty to be the rlght^ grace of Jiritual greatness. Those who Brsecute Jews roust persecute atholles, except when they themtlves are CatholicsWhich proves are of the opinion that the Jews of Germany betrayed their Judaism and were in that respect not guiltless, so there ought to be Catholic! who hold similar views of the persecuted Catholics. Are there? If there are such they ought to understand with a peculiar sympathy and fellow-feeling the plight of the Jewish people and send a few authoritative messages, however privately, to the Polish hierarchy Of course they will do no such thing. No one will do anything strong, anything effective, anything thai comes from a deep Bource of conviction. And that fact proves again the utterly unredeemed character ot Christendom and the merely seasonal silliness of those Jews. rabbinical or lay, who flirt with Christianity In any of its forms. The teal of Christ in men today Is abstention from persecution, from hate, greed, war-lust. Where is thai abstention to be found? Certainly not among any considerable or politically strong group of Christians Or among the policies of Christian states. It is found among .lews, Chinese, Hindoos. Nothing will be done within the Churches. Will anything be done beyond their walls and organizations? The persecution of Catholics anywhere, harsh and deplorable as it is, bears no comparison with the cruelty beyond all words and beyond all thoughts with which our people is persecuted in Germany, in Poland, in Romania, in Yemen and now In Mexico today and who knows where tomorrow? And daily at this season you have only to turn on the radio to hear the words concerning peace on earth and good will toward all nun and the great strains of the Adeste Fideles. Well, well? Well, it is a cold hard historical fact that the chief symptom of Christendom's relapse into pagan barbarism is the persecution of the Jewish people; the first sign of recovery, of the recovery one iota of grace would be the cessation oft hat persecution by those who still call themselves Christians. On strictly Christian grounds it might have been the beginning of a new age had His Holiness rebuked the Nazis of Germany and the false Catholics of Poland in one breathIt might in all soberness and truth have been. The sin and the Bhame are universal sins and shames. Here in America, in this predominantly Christian democracy, there are innumerable humanitarian organizations. I know of but a few. I know there are many more. But there are The American Friends of the Chinese People and The Friends of the Soviet Union and the North American Committee to Aid Spanish Democracy Where are the American friends of the Jewish people? Where are the Christians that send moral and physical aid to Berlin, to Warsaw? Where? Where are those who deeply with heart, hand, soul, political Ideals support us in Eretz Yisrael? Where? We roust continue to bear almost %  alone the burden not only of our l> to the hilt the fact that Catho-'fate as a people but also part or <* are. not always Catholics and the ethical burden of Western men. t Just as there are Jews who For we are terribly alone with Id "I Prefer Hell With Jews," Replies Bishop NEW YORK (WNS)—"I would rather be in hell with the Jews and Christians who are being persecuted than in Heaven with those who persecute them," Bishop William T. Manning of the Protestant Episcopal Diocese of New York, told a meeting of the New York Board of Jewish Ministers, in referring to the appellation, "child of hell," recently conferred upon him by Julius Stretcher. Again assailing antiSemitism as uncivilized and contrary to all Christian principles. Bishop Manning said. "I hold then is one subject on which there is no room for differences of opinion either among Jews or Christians. There la only one attitude possible, and that is one of utter condemnation. Any man aywhore who is anti-Jewish In his actions or feelings is at that same moment anti-Christian." Urging more toleration and co-operation between men of all Cre08, Bishop Manning expressed the hope, "The time will come when we shall all be one in faith as we are already one in heart. But the best and only way is to do all in our power to get Christians to be Christians and the Jews to be better Jews." Attention Directed To Welfare Act Under the 1937 Welfare Act $3.Siio.000 was appropriated by the state of Florida for the Indigent aged, the needy blind and the dependent childrenIn order to be eligible for these grants, a person must be 63 years of age or over; must have resided in the State of Florida five out of the last nine years, and one year immediately preceeding the application; must be in need, and must not be an Inmate of an institution supported by state, federal or county funds. Applications for old age assistance are taken at the Welfare office 31 N. E. 1st street. In applying one must bring proof of age and residence. If unable to get documentary proof the workers In the office will be glad to grant any assistance possible in obtaining this proof. desire for peace, for life, for love, for curative work, as we have shown in Palestine, and not for war or hate or liquidation ... We are alone. From that aloneness we must draw consecreation and strength FACING THE TRUTH We were shocked the other day beyond words when we were told by Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executive secretary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, that the funds of this worthy institution had been nigh exhausted. Trat unless something drastic was done the Bureau would have to close its doors. An investigation reveals: Demands this year for relief of local poor, sick and distressed have been tremendous and far beyond ordinary expectations; transient help though limited in individual cases has caused heavy inroads on the funds of the Bureau because of the unusual number of cases calling upon the Bureau each and every dayThe Jewish Welfare Bureau cannot be operated without funds. Its Ladies' Auxiliary has given every cent in its possession something must be done and DONE IMMEDIATELY unless those in DIRE NEED are to be ALLOWED TO STARVE. THESE ARE NOT MERE FIGURES OF SPEECH FANCIFUL FLIGHTS OF IMAGINATION. It's up to those tourists who are here in large numbers. Remember that the major portion of the cases accorded help are not native Floridiana. It's up to Greater Miami Jewry to solve the problem NOW and NOT LATER. Send your remittances to the Jewish Welfare Bureau at 401 Congress Bldg. TODAY. Lodge Banquet Attracts Many Reservations for the gala Bnal Brifh banquet to be held at the Hotel Evans the evening of Tuesday, January 18th. are being received by the committee and indicate that a record attendance will be on hand. Members and their friends are urged to make immediate reservations and to fill out the cards sent them together with check so that they may receive their table locations immediately. Several of the national officers of Bnai Brith will be on hand Technicolor motion pictures of the banquet will be taken and will be exhibited later during the season. Entertainment wil be provided and a dance will be held following the banquet in the spacious ballroom of the Hotel Evas. Speeches will be limited in number and length. Officers of the Lodge who were recently elected will be formally installed during the evening. TUNE IN SUNDAY MORNING AT 9 The Jewish Floridian will again present another in its series of weekly broadcasts this coming Sunday morning over Station WKAT (1500 k.c.) at 9 o'clock. It's full of interesting news and comments and music by Bernie Mayerson, violinist, and ... British White Paper Issued LONDON (WNS-Palcor Agency) Setting at rest rumors that the British Government had abandoned the proposal for the partition of Palestine as the solution of the Arab-Jewish problem, Colonial Sec-' rotary W. 0. A. Onneby-Gore published a White Paper, In the form of a letter to High Commissioner WaUChope, reiterating (he conviction that partition represents the heal policy and announcing the terms of reference uder which a technical commission will he appointed to implement the recommendations of the Peel Royal Com* mission. The tasks assigned to the commission are: 1. To advise on the boundaries of the proposed Arab and Jewish areas; 2. To examine and report on the economic and financial questions arising out of partition; 3. Tn insure that financial obligations will be honored; 4. To work out a system of administration for railways, ports, telegraph and telephone service, currency, customs and tairff arrangements, budgetary prospects and method for voluntary exchanges of land and population. Partition is the best policy is the keyn toeofth e the keynote of the White Paper, which emphasizes that the British Government has not accepted te details of the Peel Royal Commission scheme. The Government is. therefore, appointing a technical commission to ascertain the facts, propose boundaries and survey the possibilities of voluntary transfers of poulation and consider other problems related to the creation of new states. To dispel the uncertainty with regard to the Government's action as a result of the KbyaJ Commission s conclusions for a tripartite division of Palestine, it was felt hecessary to publish the White Paper defining the terms of reference of the new commission to go to Palestine, Mr. OrmsbyGore declaresOwing to criticism that had been voiced regarding certain features of the tentative plan, he wished to make it clear that the Government was not committed to approval of hat plan and had not accepted it in any particular. The terms of reference take into account the partition scheme of the Royal Commission but the new body is at full liberty to suggest modifications in the plan Including variations in area. It is to recommend the boundaries for the Arabs and Jews and the enclaves for the Mandatory Power. If, as a result of the investigations of the technical commission, which will occupy many months, the scheme of partition is regarded as equitable and practicable by the Government, it will be referred for consideration to the Council of the League. If the scheme Is approved by the League, further delays will be refused for the establishment of new systems of government in the mandated afeas concerned. If the consent of the League is forthcoming, negotiations will proceed for treaties with the view of the eventual es(Continued on Page 6)



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Friday, January 7, 1938 Page Two National Council of Jewish Women'! Membersh.p Tea Held \„ attendance ol orer fifty wo „„.„ A -ere ai the membership tea 0 I th Miami Section ol Jewlsn Women held laal Wednesday after, on the root of the Atlantis H ot e |. Opeulng address was given b j Mn Ralph Neufeld ami the onenlnj prayer presented by Mrs ,.,., v ,s Brown A resolution by Mrs. Il lirrj Barnhard was presented and voted upon to be senl to the legislature M,S. Morris Alpert. chairman ol the tea then presented the program. The rirsl number was ,.„,„ by .'.-l Delor. vlollntsl ami composer and formerly connected with the Curtis Institute of Philadelphia. He Played "The Spanish .,.,,„, ,. % %  which is the composer and his •'" I ''''" ot ,he Hebrew melodies, la m icore he i „„, on the 0 string by u, u i He was accompanied b) rj Barnhard on the Herberi Simon re< i monologues and i % %  %  • % % %  II x md Wl ml as I | .. Kiss." Ra I I \ 'poke "N Itefi movars. JEWISH nesa Following the ceremony and reception to which ail friends are Invited, no cards being Issued. the couple will leave tor a shorl honeymoon trip They will make their bome in Miami. • • • Stephen S. Wise Young Judea to Hold Meeting The Stephen S. Wise Tami Sola POOle YOU R very importanl meeting on Wednesday, January 12 P m ai the Betb i 1 \ v. Ird 0uU enbew, Mr>• **?% U l M ii Had. and Mr. and Mrs. .. Outtenberg. all of Brooklyn and Now York City. • • • "Malmonldes" is Group's Subject -Moses Malmonldes. the greal si ,,„. „,lh e middle ages and then medieval ph lc ol Dr. 'he 8 moon. l'v. C Carlii P' • "" %  ; %  %  PO. .at to Be Held attend as this li "' \ K %  Hadamlteare extended a cordial invitation to be present. • • • Local Boy to Be Concert Soloist C £on.rd Roee. m of Mr. am Mrs Harry Rose of this city, who u a. awarded a scholarship under noted irt uo80 Prof. Felix Salmond a, .he Curtis In.tltu e o W ,H bo the guest soloist at oadcM ol the Curtis insti, ute symphony recitals orer a name hookup on the < olumbla Broadcasting system. Because of the intereal In Leonard Rose and acognlaed ability as a celloiat ending, station WQAM or : has mad, B l al a, to broadcaat the program day afternoon, v 26th, from 3:46 to 4:30 • • • Gala Meeting to Be Held VJ %  Ita mi mbersbip cam. to acqualnl the m bers nds with the work of Mrs. Victor Mell and Mis Mm lie Adelman. • • • Farewell Party Is Tendered A farewell party honoring Mrs Frank Brener of Wlnston-Salea N. C. was tendered last Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S Tiltt In Miami Beach. Following K ames a delicious buffet luncheon was served. Among those present were Mrs. Frank Brenner, Mrs. Jack Hlrsch, Mrs. Nathan Adelman, Mrs. J. L. Shochet, Betty Schwaru of New York, Ann Trltt, Herbert Brenner and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lev. Inson. • • • Tombstone to Be Unveiled A tombstone tothe memory of the late Mrs. Anna Jacobsklnd will be unveiled at the Jewish section of Woodlawn Cemetery next Sunday January 9th, at 2:45 p. m., with Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner ot the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Friends and relatives of the family are asked to attend and pay their respects to her memory. • • • Memorial Services to Be Held Memorial services will be held at the unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of the late Saul Alienson. one of the pioneer Jewish real, dents of Miami and one of the ornas wiiu un > %  • %  > — dents or .Miami ana one oi me or, Brlth inthls area a gala | g | na i me mbera and for many yeari • Bnal Britb Lodge ..,.,.,, Tokaya 0 f Beth David ConI be held at the Hotel Evane, i .,,. u;ifi( ,„. MiamiRabbi Max sham Trip Miami Beach, Iliro 0 f Beth David will officiate at January 11th ,,„. ,,,. vj ,.„. s am w ,„ be nsS! .. it&: 15 o'clock when enter-' by cantor Louis HapnaB. Thi will be Provided for ilos wl „ begin promptly at 2:80 ,.._ .i. at. anil ir... „.._., ._ p Miss Rul Sllvoi n. soi %  v loth at %  n and w • ma%  i s \\ %  a.'. S \ -~ s '.! %  • .-' ^;s dent -s • • %  attest at Part) N %  -. %  %  %  ening. January Uth • 15 o'clock when enterwill be P ovlded for la and re•. -will be B( rved. Adnd a very a • ,-enii i Is promlaed all. ,,i this affair. Regular Meet %  %  %  %  %  s B Entertainment Is Held Nathan Adelman friends last home honor•rank Brenner, their sis-: ton-Salem, N. C, : \\'. Inesday ; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lev: %  Pa., tl sins. ng l bltlon the services and will be assisted by Cantor Louis Hayman. The ierv. ires will begin promptly at 1:80 o'clock next Sunday afternoon, January 9th, at the Jewish lection of Woodlawn Cemetery. All friends and relatives of the late Mr. Abel* son are urged to be present and participate in the services. THE A TOMBSTONE To THE MEMORY OF THE LATE SAUL ABENSON Will Be Unveiled SUNDAY, JANUARY 9. at 2:30 P.M. WUk RABBI MAX SHAPIBO OFTIClAT^G .CANTOS LOUS HTMAS ASSISTING A: IIM .TSWISH SXCTION :: WOODLAWN CmXTKIT All Friends Are Ursred to Attend and Pay Their Respects %  fFour Free Health LECTURES lures by Mr Walter in a buffet dinner W8S :. In add!) n to thi | of ind their children among %  were Mr. and Mrs. Miss Rachel A delrd Finn. L V\ • S Eds Roth. ASTO HOTEL Washington at Tenth Street MIAMI BEACH Announces the Opening of Its New! STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM American and European Plan j For Rates and Information Consult} M. ROSNER, Manager er. Victor 3 All l ai CTNo^A'tL^TIONS TO B'NAI B'RITH SUCCESS AND IS ITS EFFORTS B *t a-e -;eed proud that we a-e to cater your Installation Ea-c.et n Tuesday. January 18, ;-r r-c— ss >;u an evening to :? ;-a*.efu!iy remembered. : %  ~ : %  V i%  "-. Stanford Kinesley Claunch % %  -' %  T v s i s ;— f -. %  F*oaai 8 — A£T .*s :— ;—Ho* • • • %  THURS, .AN v_ s saaaj :i.f MIAMI FEDERAL THEATRE S -A V., COLLINS AVENUE AT TENTH STREET MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-4611 "Dietary Laws Observed" sx •Du Pont R.. )0 n SugarSacking, Seen in January Harper's Bazaar 19 95 Cucumber cool, because that's an innate charm of Du Pont Spun Rayon. It is a natural little packer and shaker-outer for fashion wise girls who travel. Its first cousin is the Hopsiicking. a recent star, and we believe Sugarsacking is destined for a tremendous success. The colors are delicately luxurious. Burdine's MIAMI -MIAMI IEACH



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1 1day, January 7, 1938 THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN Page Three wJew'isii ncrfcfi&n rUBLISHBD EVKKY miDAT P. O. Bo* *•* PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Second Avenue Phone* 2-1141; 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Uimrr ( %  tared u second class mitur July 1910. at the Poat Offic. at Mlani, Florida, under th Act of March I. 1879. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative ORLANDO DORIS B. HELLER Repreaentative TAMPA MRS. JAY MARKOWITZ Representative SUBSCRIPTION ti> Months.. One Year— ._|1.0* .„ woe FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1938 Vol. 11.—No. 1. 21 A WARNING As we go to press we are advised that the United Jewish Appeal will shortly begin its work for our distressed brethren aeross the seas and for the! upbuilding of Palestine. Both, of course, causes whieli need no explanation. Greater Miami Jewry, long deficient in their duties in matters Jewish should be made to realize the importance of these causes, and above all else (he necessity of Miami Jewry doing their bit in times of stress such as we are now undergoing. We note, we trust with unnecessary alarm, the division of the Campaign into two integral factors two committees, one for Miami and another for Miami Beach ... of course, those at the head of the movement stress very carefully the fact that this is ONE JOINT CAMPAIGN that ONE QUOTA GOAL has been set that the formation of two committees are for the sole purpose of greater efficiency and for better coverage let's hope the Jewish public will recognize this fact. When Jewry throughout the world has been striving for a unification of forces so that more effective work may be done, nothing in the way of example for the division of Jewish forces should be permitted .even now some people, well meaning perhaps, are suggesting the division of Bnai Brith locally into two separate lodges some are suggesting two Jewish Welfare Bureaus and soon we will be told that Miami and Miami Beach should have separate Zionist Districts, Hadassah Chapters, National Council of Jewish Women sections, etc., etc. ... to the end that there may be not more effective and united work, but that there may be more presifdents, more officers more honors If there is anything that should be considered by Greater [Miami Jewry then it is the question of unification of forces I of something in the nature of a Federation of organizations L of the elimination of useless" expenditures for printing, postage, office work, etc. We pray that the time may come when all programs, luncheons, card parties and similar continuous dunning of the self lame people will have been sensibly eliminated and the tremendous sums of money thus conserved used for the very organizations in this area whose need is of prime importance Let there Jie therefore A WARNING sounded ... let not the action of the United Jewish Appeal be misinterpreted ft is one appeal ... no division of forces ... no splitting of Bommunities ... is contemplated nor should it be permitted. ~ JEWISH ARBOR DAY D2173 ID h<. AND YE wan s *^^ SHALL nnn *>* DnuDji tin •/ &f t" ivi mti Ml rot '•>**?*•>•> &f • &f > n #* &f •> &f ?•>•>••>• &f&f •••>•> re; ftm***************** JAM •?• wo.ooo -rtns MAKE THEM GROV/ "MAKE THEM GROW" These tree outlines will blossom forth into many living trees, planted on the soil of Palestine, asa result of the observance, on Monday. January 17th, of Chamisho Osor, the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Shevat, or Jewish Arbor Day, since time immemorial a festival of Jewish school youth. In Palestine, the Jewish children observe the day by going to the fields and forests and planting new trees. On the initiative of the Jewish National Fund Youth Department, 111 Fifth Avenue, New York City, the Hebrew and Religious schools in the United Stales have been supplied with tree charts (reproduced above) which show the progress of Palestine tree planting up to date. Under the slogan "Make Them Grow!" classes and pupils will compete in the number of trees they will plant. The planting is effected by pasting Keren Kayemeth stamps on the bare tree outlines. Stamps in the amount of $1.50 as a contribution to the Jewish National Fund, make possible the planting of one tree. N. F. T. S. AT 25 The silver jubilee of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, to be celebrated next Thursday in Chicago, may ivell stimulate us to inquire into the reasons for the progress made by this woman's arm of American Keform Judaism. In Be short space of a quarter-century, the sisterhoods have grown from a small group of less than 5,000 women to an organization of more than 55,000 in six countries—the world's argest Jewish women's religious organization. What caused his growth? One answer immediately suggests itself. It is [latent in the record of the sisterhoods organization. It lies 1 the fact that N. F. T. S. has not lived for itself alone; it has ,erved other causes. But through its service to others, N. F. T. S. has inevitably served itself. Three major projects have timulated and inspired the sisterhood members during these 5 years. They have dedicated their efforts to the cause of jidi'ng the Jewish blind, have sponsored the training of Amer^an rabbis, and have devoted themselves to the cause of world (eace and social betterment. The Jewish Braille Institute in lew York can testify to the constant suport that it has revived from the sisterhoods. And the magnificant dormitory of pe Hebrew Union College, erected and supported by N. F. T. S., ands as a concrete testimonial to sisterhood endeavor. Those who have been crying in recent years about the deline of religion and the defection of support from religious restitutions may well take note of the fact that there is a rejiously inspired organization which in these days of innum,able appeals to women has prospered, and has prospered [>tably. N. F. T. S. is to be congratulated on its record. Tampa Notes BY MRS. JAY MARKOWITZ Miss Rosalie Kirchick, daughter of Mrs. S. L. Kirchick, and Harry B. Kotler were married Christmas night in an impressive ceremony atthe home of the bride. Rabbi A. Burger officiated and the nuptials were witnessed by a large assemblage of friends and relatives. Preceeding the plighting of the troth, a program of music was given by Sam Verkauf, vocalist and Fred Perlman, pianistTheir numbers were "Oh, Sweet Mystery of Life" and "At Dawning." The traditional wedding marches were used. The bride was given In marriage l.y her brother-in-law, Ha:ry Keller of Bradenton. Mrs. Keller was her sister's matron of honor. Miss Doris Magid was maid of honor. Miss Miriam Kirchick. sister of the bride, was Junior bride's maid. Following the wedding, an Informal reception was held. The young couple left during the evening for a wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wellhouse. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Ozus Marcus, Miss Jane Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mass, Mi and Mrs. Junius AnnlS, Mr. and Mrs. Ah. Wolfson, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Rerhheim, Dr. and Mrs. Pied Lebos, Dr. and Mrs. Morris Bennett, Mr. ami Mrs. Larry Waltaer. Mr. and Mrs David Pennan. Mr. ami Mrs Oseai Verkauf. Mr. and Mrs. David Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schultz, Abe Verkauf. Jack Weissman. Miss Rav Freeman. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brandt. Mr. and Mrs. Al. Weiss. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Poller, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Slmovltz. Mr. and Mrs. Bol Fleischman. Miss Sallve Flnman. Leo Flnman, Miss Ida Outkln. Mr. and Mrs. William Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bornsteln. Mr. and Mrs Morton Juster, Howard Anthony. Mrs. Clyde Reynolds, Mr, and Mrs. Ben Halmovjtz. Mr. and Mis. Jack Swerdlin. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Marks. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Markowltz, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Markowlts, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bern.-r. Mr. Jimmle Moed. of St. Petersburg; Miss Helen Surasky, of Brooksvllle; Mr. and Mrs. William Bass, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore I)avis. Mr. and Mrs. Max Arglntar, Mr. and Mis. Osias Meerovitz. Mr. and Mrs. Have Welnstein. Mr. mil Mrs. .lark Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kinman. Mr. and Mis Mltcnel .1. Kasii.i. Miss Doris Magid, Bam Verkauf. Miss Rose 1'cietzmati. Ralph Lute, Arnold Arglntar, Miss Bybll Appatoff. Jack Morris, Ernest Weber. Miss Florence Abremovlts, Murry loldman, Mr, and Mrs. Ren Home, Mr. and Mrs. Jules Knabels, Mr and Mrs. Morris Goldberg, Mr. and Mis. Dave Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. Betiberger, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chaitc, Mr. ninl Mrs. Manuel Aronovilz. Mi. and Mrs. Ilaul Vegft. Miss Ruth Rutkln. Miss Rose Sillier. Miss Minnie Gordon, Miss Ruth Weber, Miss Alice Gordon, Miss Helen Rutkln. Miss Anita Levy. Rennet Rutkin. Abe Sillier. Sam Weber. Henry Lassman. Morris Rutkin. 1-iwrence Levy, Miss Audry Maas. Miss llearly Steinberg. Morris ilordon. Rabbi Adolph Burger. Louis Morris, Miss Vergle Segal, Sam Arglntar, Miss Hannah Belle Isaacson. Buddie Aronovltz, Irving Packed. Miss Lillian Haddad. Sam Kotler, Miss Roberta Marks. Miss Rosalee Buchman. Fred Poller. Simon Schwartz. Miss Rheba Klrson, Phil Haimovltz. Miss Helen Haimovltz, Mlsa Florence Lutz, Leo Walker and party, Miss Ruth Flnman, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Perlman, (Continued on Page 6) Tampa chapter of the Junior Hadassah society entertained at a formal dance Christmas night at Davis Islands Country club. Sponsors were Miss Sallye Finman, Miss Jane Meyer and Miss Rose Silber, each of whom was presented flowers. Mrs. Al Weiss, Mrs. Dave Pennan and MrsManuel Buchman composed the committee on arangements. Among those attending were: Miss Nellls Cooperman. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schwartz, Irving Greenstone. Savle Weiss, Rabbi Opsbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Max Davis, Miss Roxy Segal. Arnold Arglntar. Miss Fern Boldberg and Bert Segal, all of St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rabin. Miss Nellie Peretxman and Edwin Peretzman of Miami; Mrs. Louis Wellhouae, 8r.. and Paul HalmoviU, of Aaltnta; Sam Robinson of Eau Claire. WIs.; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller, of Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Estroff. Mlsa Oussle Estroff and Melvln Estroff. of I-ikeland. Miss Dorothy Baker of Orlando; Jack Silber of Tallaahasee: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jordan and Herbert Soloman, of Clearwater. Tampa members and their guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Buchman, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Buchman. Simon Buchman. Ben Welntraub. Miss Adallade Rlock, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Orlmaldl, Mr. and Mrs. Ely Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Meyer, A



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, January 7. I9jg CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 135 N. W. 3rd Avenua (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATIONMAX SHAPIRO. Rabfci 1029 N. W. 'tt Si'ttt Offlc* Phone 2-'*~l Homt Phene 2-2" LOL'S HAYWAN. Exee. Sec. •.* S. W. 5th Strttt Phone 2-5574 BETH DAVID CALENDAR Morning services, t a. a; evening services. 5:45 p. m.; Sabbath services. S:30 a. m.; late Friday evening ser-. :"5 r. tn.; Junior Congregation Sabbath services. 1 a. m.; daily Hebrew school. 3-i p. m.; Sunday school. 10 a. m ; Bar-Mitzvaa class, Sunday. 9 a. m. In accord has desigr.at-c this SabbaUl u terhood Sabbath'' in order to ac%  %  .. with the i] women's organization %  + Fiedman < 5th of Shevta-January Tthi: Ray Mordechal Laeb ben Visroel. father of Meyer Schwarti ,6th of Shevat —Jan-. Rivkoh bas Yehuda Loeb. sister of Florence Seitlin (7th of Shevat—, January th); Raezel bas Nosan, mother of Mrs. Dora Cohen (11th of Shevat—January 14th-: Leah Raeza bas YlUchok Tzvee. mother of H. Rayvis (11th • uary Uth); Moshe Zae ben %  dah Laeb. son of Louis V 113th of Shevat—January 151 Icka bas Mendel, mother Of Mr. I Hiilman ilath o: I tTth); Sorah bayleh bas Yaacov Shloma. mother of M:< 9 i Palloti :7th of Shevat—January 1 told V u shall long Chaim ben Yitzchok. father : :-.fort 117th of Shevat—Jar. : Our Junior Congregation : Chaim ben B Joni t services will take place a: of Mr. Leff Chaya Molka mother of Mohllnei a. m. H rat— Janua:: ah bas Mordechal. mother of ,-.. and 1 "•'• I : :i '[ II I Law." Parben David Hakohen. father 0:' [silore and David Kaplan 27th of j t—Jann f 2Si T-e Je-.sRadio Hour thai the "V Sunday, : e is lit l ih 11 Englii beloved ones be Jacksonville Notes The Ternj'le Sisterhood held Its last meeting Tuesday •rental in the T.-mple Home. A loclal hour followed the program. The regular monthly meeting of j the Daughters of Israel was held last Wednesday afternoon in the auditorium of the Jacksonville Jew%  enter. Mrs. Jos.-ph Hackel was in the chair. Due to the illness of Mrs Jacob Becker Mrs. Jack Landau took the duties of program chairmand and directed all programs for the remainder of the year. MS9flPTH antCC! MIAMI -FA' H Al Sem*U S. Hoard Ro.rn.lorf $U*A. TfllAAOAA fjt*U The regular meeting of the Business and Professional Women'! Division of Jacksonville Senior Ha dassah was held at 7:1 o'clock Tuei' day In the Semtoole hotel. 1 :• r was Mrs. Ira Stein, chairman of the Hadassah Medical Organlzation of the local chapter of Hadassah. III its I bers tenting < Sister %  in the sendee are: M -""•: : % %  : % %  "-*. Z Newberg, : "~ --(dman Sarah S Max Pepper S • • %  : id Ol Congratulations tdent body of Be:h David Is its congrat to Ell FURNITURE MAS K ET 71BCL %  GfHitP&de^'ttfuASUtkVL i33W FLAGLERST. -TDKMIS AGAIN MAX'S DELICATESSEN 1131 WEST FLAGLER fX, IS SERVING A COMPLETE — DINNER — FROM 5 P.M. TO S P.M. — ALSO — LUNCHEONS 11:30 TO 2 P.M. AND OF COURSE BREAKFAST A LA CARTE ORDERS ANY TIME If You Really Enjoy GOOD FOOD—Come to MAX'S DELICATESSEN 1131 WEST FLAGLER ST. SHE ALWAYS WAS WORRIED, Sol Rotfort. president ol terhood win introduce the guest : '~ KattU -" %  In Mimoriam ol and Mrs Stanley %  ': % %  Ip chairman oljteni sir birthdays itulate the j • hool last S e I a m Rosenblatt. Melrin Wohl. Particular mention to Lila Or. the Sisterhood [elten-; brought a total of eight be or. Lei Cs Knew A :.-.-. • "Sh< :~d in 'an* -' Beth David Book of Life" tor Louis Hayman assisted by the Chaim Sh.oma ben E'iezar. brother Beth David Choir will chant the of Daniel Ser:*r list ; Shevat traditional litorgic melodies. .January 3rd v : ... Laeb ben Our Appreciation Zorach. father : Mrs. Francis To yon the"* I Beth David Warshoff .2nd of Shevat—January Sisterhood, particularly the 1 ith 1. insults IJ W jrd of and obstacles v the ben Tzvee : :•' W; is expected in rying may we state that your work is highly a;. who ere and The ire givil ehlldn F..-':.parity of to register at our .-' School. The attendance banner for I week was won by V"A '. with 100 percent attendance to its crerit. A Speedy Recovery We pray unto the Almighty to send a "Refuah Shlamo" to one of our most active, and splendid memvinberg. Our prayer to you Mr. Scheinberg. is "Get fast, r God knows we need J you great'.;. DEN S T DO. R. S. AKERS DR H. L *NOE=SOS DR. R. WILLIAMSON OpeE.;-;s :. -:r: %  — •-• pn 2::' •--:-. .•. ssta St TbriHi2g ^USA |SLE imeresti^ SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE '• %  •• I::A.e. a*d '6*.n St. Df THE TRADING POST : an CM s Baskets Moccasins = -;> Blankets gator Bsrs — S .er W:-k 25C Admission Includes Everything ; ~: = ;:-: %  : A. v .; P. v. See A the Time When you're nervous they tell you to relax. Easy advice to give, but mighty hard to follow. You will find it much easier to relax—to overcome Sleeplessness. Nervous Irritability. Restlessness, Nervous Headache after you take N DR.MILES' ^ ERVINt DR. MILES NERVINE is a well known nerve sedative. Although the formula from which it was made has been in use for nearly 60 years no better medicine for a tense, over-wrought nervous condition has ever been Drcsc.-ibed DR MILES NERVINE is as up^-dlte ^ as this morning's paper. At all drug stores. Large bottle or package — $1.00. small bottle or package—23 cents. IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM



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Friday, January 7, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Fiv# BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th 8treet Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. 6996 Albaeora Drive—6-1265 MIAMI BEACH RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 539 N. E. 31st St.—2-9548 MIAMI One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morning throughout the year Friday night — Make no engagements, pay no visits, give no parties—Go to Temple. Congregational Regular Friday evening services at Temple Israel will be held on Friday, January 7th, 1938, at 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Zwitman will speak on the subject of "Twilight in Roumania," treating King Carol's appointment of M. Goga as premier of Roumania and the definite antlsemitic stand of the Nationalist party and its mentor Cuza. The services will be conducted by DrKaplan. A reception for members and friends of the congregation will follow the services. Temple Dinner and Dance At the last meeting of the special entertainment committee, appointed by the Board of Directors of Temple Israel, a floor plan of the MacFadden Deauville Casino was presented by the chairman, and seating arrangements were mapped out by the committee. Because of the, fact that many reservations have already been handed in, we urge those of our friends who would like to have choice seats, to contact either the chairman of the Dinner Dance, Mr. J. Gerald Lewis, or the Temple office (2-7745). Those who remember the beautiful affair given at the Deauville two years ago will be anxious tc recommend the present Temple Dinner Dance at the Deauville on February 9th, 1938, to their friends. A great array of stars from the entertainment world will present the floor show and an excellent dinner will be served. Members are urged to notify the Temple immediately as to the number of people in their party. Sisterhood On January 19th, 1938, at 8:30 p. m. a musical evening will be sponsored by the Temple Sisterhood. The Concert will be held In the Temple auditorium and will be under the direction of Mrs. Hannah Asher Prominent vocal and instrumental artists will participate. Tickets at the price of 50c may be obtained from Miss Evelyn Marks, who is chairman of the Concert Arrangements Committee. The names of the artists on the program will be mentioned in next week's Bulletin. yfljuwiL TbJtudu By ARTHUR BLATT Howdy Folks, and here is real | news, Nick Kenny is back in town and that means another gala evening and another swell show, and [ it sure is great when Nick gets I behind the "Y" every famed I name, every top billed act has alI ready been solicited and has promllsed to be up on that stage doing (their bit to help the "Y" along its 1 path to success, and success it (has been. This year the "Y" has taken a Iwise step, the show will be held %  Saturday, midnite, January 22nd, (at the beautiful Cinema Casino, nd swellest of all, the rates have |been lowered to permit each and sveryone of you to witness this ipectacle of spectacles, the "Midlite of Stars." Now it's your turn to help the J'Y" get along its way. Only a Ithousand seats and each and everyk>ne of us can do our bit to see Ithese seats filled, each and every|one of us owes It to the "Y" to lo our share and we can and will. The entire proceeds derived from this benefit will be turned lover to the "Y" for the building %  fund, and wil be used for a good (purpose Each and everyone of is know the need for a Jewish •Community Center and the surest land easiest wa yto get that cen|ter is to help the "Y", your organization and mine needs the "Y" for It will be through the "Y" that the Heeded athletic equipment and Courts will be built, for the use of Ml. The "Y" needs you and you need the "Y" and the surest way of seeing both meet on an equal footing is to do your share. Every nite club in the Greater Miami area is contributing acts, several are contributing their entire show, many of the famed radio, stage and screen actors and actresses have volunteered to appear, and to aid the "Y" these people derive no benefit from the organization whatever and still do their bit to aid Why shouldn't every Jew in this area do his or her part, get behind the organization and help it, and you can do it, it's not hard to do and the "Y" is deserving of everything you can do for It. Committees have been working on the show for the past week and have done much to assure a good show, we'll let you know about each and everyone of them next week but in the meantime, get your tickets for yourself and family, get up a theatre party and go in a gang, you'll never forget it, and as stated before prices have been lowered. Don't forget. Saturday Midnite, the Cinema Theatre located at Miami Beach, and the entire proceeds to go to the "Y". Thanks a million, know that you'll be there. On Sunday, January 9th, 1938, at 8 p. m. the Y. W. H. A. will sponsor the first In a series of Sunday night dances to be held at the "Y" clubrooms. These affairs will be a "get-together." It Is hoped that these weekly dances will serve as a means of bringing visiting Jewish youth together with Miami's young Jewry. The Y. W. H. A. will serve as sponsors of these affairs and all monies raised will be set aside for the building fund. The chairman of this affair is Mrs. Albert Reisman. assisted by Miss Charlotte Furman. The price of admission Is 35c per person. An orchestra will furnish music. The public is invited. On Thursday. January 13th, at the "Y" clubrooms the Y. W. H. A. will sponsor a card party. All sorts of card games will bo offered. Refreshments will be served and entertainment presentedThe public is invited to attend. The price is only 35c per person. Mrs. Max Shenkman is chairman of this event, assisted by Mrs. R. Lubel. Track Gets Thrills £££ The second week of the season at the West Flagler Kennel club at West Flagler and 37th avenue held p romise of many thrilling races. After one of the most auspicious stand, mezzanine, ladies' Flagler Foto Finish camera and many other improvements are of the highest type. West Flagler is the only track in Dade county with a standard quarter-mile ovalDuring the summer the old racing strip was torn up and a new track built The result has been that there have been very few spills on KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats NOW OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN HOME MILK SOUR CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE YOU WILL LIKE THEM ALL Products of Home Milk Producers Assn. 769 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-7696 M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N r. First St. Ph. 2-1661 openings in its history, Flagler set tied down to a brand of racing the turns. Flagler is also'the only which bids fair to excel any pre-: track where two fountains dispense vious year. f ree electricnflly cooled drinking New dogs such as Court Jester,, water. owned by Ast Wilson, Reba Nell, j owned by Doc Austin, Big Laddie, Mountain Mist and Miami Moon, both owned by the Tropical Kennels for which Pete Mullins trains, and many other sensational dogs chalked up records. Court Jester lived up to his advance notices by not only winning the Inaugural but also two additional races. Ollle Ostendorf, who last year ran In tough luck, came through with seven wins out of seven starts, a remarkable record. Fame, a fawn who showed real speed last year, apparently struck her real stride this year for she has already chalked up four consecutive wins. The new improvements at West Flagler brought congratulations to both Jacob Sher and William Huntley, owners. The new entrance, JACKSONVILLE J FLORIDA GARNET! ANDREWS, Nfc.f ENJOY COMFORT at thii modern, fireproof hotel in th heart of downtown Jacksonville. Every room with tub and shower, soft water, ceiling fan, radio, slatted summer door Every Bed with innerspring mattress and reading lamp. Running ice water on every floor. Ar* CONDITIONED ] COCKTAIL LOUNGE • COFFEE HOr. DININO AND MEETING ROOMS R.k.i.-Sin|l. aritk rWass B**r, I TlRooS?00 MRMSMSISO I 0Roo-. 13 00 S4Ro-. 13.50 I 10 S—pU tHa ** PH.*. IMS S4M I Skfh MM IN Mh Oii., I. | POUND —h NOTIL FATTEN % HOTEL DEIOf* > For QUALITY Refreshment! itiiumiiimmiiuiiiimim • miiuiiiiMiiimiiiil IHNIUIIIMHIHIIIHIIIImiNHtllll GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION pL C 1 Q10 4LL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM Ik O m lol& 515 Washington Avenue SOUTHERN BREWING CO.JAMPA, FLA. ~i';r:;" uaanuiiscjh'ai. 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Ml E M '-""'^^ Friday, January 7, 1938 Tage Six MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phos M1s SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Dally: Shachris at 8 a. m.; Mlncha at 5:30 p. m.; Maarlv, 15 iniimi•• after sunset Sabbath services: Friday evening at 5:30 p. m.; Saturday morning at 9:30 a. m.; Saturday afternoon at 515 p. in. Friday Evening Service The services this Friday evening will again start at 8:15 o'clock. Kahlii Abraham Kellner will speak on "Some Problems Confronting Us." The discussion will center around several vexing problems of our Jewish community, communal as well as individual. As in the past, comments will be invited from the audience and it is earnestly hoped that the resultant discussions will rebound to the benefit of the community. Irving Olnaburg and the children of the Talmud Torah will lead in the singing of Congregational songs and after the services a "Sabbath hour of Delight" will be held in the vestry room. A committee of the Ladies' Auxiliary will be in charge of serving refreshments. Annual Ball Announced The Ldaies' Auxiliary is taking pleasure in announcing the Seventh Annual I'urim Ball which will b> held this year on Tuesday, March 1st. The spacious and beautiful ballroom of the Women's Club has been made available and music will be furnished by a leading Miami orchestra. A splendid souvenir journal will again be issued and sale of tickets will be some time during the coming week. The date was set after consulting the calendar of all leading Jewish organizations in town and it is sincerely hoped that the same will co-operate and not arrange any meetings or functions of importance for that date. Congregation to Meet On Monday night, January 11th, a meeting of the membership will be held in the Synagogue. Members of the board are urged to attendBenefit Card Game A card game for the benefit of the Talmud Torah Fund of the Ladies' Auxiliary will be held this Sunday night, January 9th, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Cleta, 18G0 S. W. 4th St. The affair will also serve in the nature of a bouse warming as It will be the first public function In the newly rebuilt home and hotel. Refreshments will be served by the hostess and prizes by the Auxiliary will be given those scoring the highest numbers. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Tampa Notes Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perlmnn, Mr. find Mis. Alex Bokar, Mr. ami Mis. Ben Browne, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Schwartz, Dr. and Mrs. N. I.. Marcus, Mi. and Mr--. Hyman Peckett, Mr. anil Mrs Harry Kotler. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keller, Manuel Gudfrltch, and Sol Goodstein, Saul Strassburg, Irving Bellenkoss and Sonnie RubIn, all of New York, have been the guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Rutkin. They returned to their respective homes Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. Albert Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs. David Minkes of Chicago have been the guests of Dr Jenkin's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Jenkins. Miss Edith Levl of Jacksonville has been the guest for the holidays of Miss Esther Jenkins. Miss Ida Gutkin left Friday for Jai ksonville. where she will spend New Year's Holidays with relatives and friends. Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Rachelson and their son, Daniel Rachelson. Jr., of Tampa, will leave Friday for Nashville, Tenn., where Dr. Rachelson will take a three months' post graduate course at Vandeibilt University. after an extended visit With her sister and brother-in-law, Mrand Mrs. Charles Lob in New Orleans, La. The annual meeting and election of officers and board of directors of the Y. M. H. A. will be held Monday night, January 10th, at the Y. M. H. A. building, all members are urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Decklar with MrsI. Berner have returned from Jacksonville to their respective homes after spending a week with friends and relatives. 1 FLORIDA JACKSON DAY CELEBRATIONS; EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE NAMED Miss Hcnriette Waterman of Tampa has returned to her home Gov. Fred P. Cone, who Is sponsor and general chairman of the Florida Jackson Day Celebrations, has selected Honorable D. C. Coleman, sheriff of Dade County, to head the Dade County Committee. Headquarter! have been set up at Tis American Hank Building, where hosts of Dade County's loyal Demomeeting daily and feverishly preparing for this gala National event. Immediately upon the appointment by the Governor. Mr. Coleman announced the following who will serve with him on the Executive Committee: HonFred 15. HartMIAMI BEACH: Ritter's La Flora Hotel Hotel COLLINS AVE. AT THIRTEENTH Where your every wish is our delight. Home comfort and modern service, combined with the finest cuisine DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN nett. Hon. Mrs. T. V. Moore, Hon. Benjamin Axelroad, Hon. Dan Mahonev, Hon. Dan Chappell, Hon. Joe Stein. Hon. Parks Glover. Hon. Thomas S. Ferguson, Hon. Hayes Wood. Hon. Sidney HPalmer, chairman of publicity; William Mathews. Editor Daily News, and Hon. John Pennycamp, Editor of Miami Herald. Several organization meetings have been held and sub-committees named and feverish plans are being made now to make this the most outstanding gathering of Democrata in Dade County. Mr. Roger Carter has been named chairman of. the entertainment committee and has promised to present brilliant stars from Miami's leading night clubs, and Judging from the past performances of Mr. Carter's ability to produce stars, tills promises to be a very enjoyable evening, not only from a political standpoint, but from a strictly entertinment one. Sidney H. Palmer was named chairman of the publicity committee with Mr. William Mathews. city editor Miami Daily News, and Mr. John Pennycamp. city editor Miami Herald. On the publicity committee, together with the above named, are several editors and radio commentators, also Miami weekly papers and radio stations. Elaborate plans have already been made through the courtesy of WKAT, Miami's newest radio station, to broadcast the proceedings of the entire evening. Outstanding persons among Dade county's leading oitzena will be honored on that evening. The Jackson Day dinner and celebration will he held at the ('oral Gables Country Club on January B, at 8:00 o'clock P M., and the committee in charge of arrangements urgeBt all who intend to attend to ulease call Mrs. N'unley at number 3-U036. the headquarters of the celebration, for reservations. DAVIS ENTERS RACE FOR RAIL POSITION TALLAHASSEE — Bruce Davis this week made formal announcement of his candidacy for a fouryear term on the Florida railroad commission, group 1, subject to the Democratic primaries to be held in May. Davis said he would base his campaign on a program of returning the administration of the commission to the people of the state in an "open door" policy that would assure full public knowledge of all commission transactions. The Florida railroad commission spends approximately $50,000 of the taxpayer's money each year, but not one in ten people can give an inkling of how the money is spent," Davis said. i I 'IS 51FIE D RADIO STORAGE F.r.prooTW Heart of City ? Baggage room wlth free a*^ f h r^\v' 3 ^ll % %  <>, % %  „, UPMATTRESS RENOVATING RELIABLE MATTRESS CO. wv Sterilise. Renovate and pholster Reliable work is cheaper and better. Ph. 2-569S. 1-day service. BIS B. • Kill Are. ROOFING LOCKSMITHS AT 212 N. B. MTH ST. 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Friday, January 7, 1938 THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN Page Seven SOCIETY At a meeting of some of the most prominent citizens of Miami plans for a United Jewish appeal for funds to be divided equally between die Joint Distribution committee and the United Palestine Appeal were formulated. Officers for the campaign which will be limited to the City of Miami are Day JApte, chairman, Nathan A. Rosen, Joe Richter and Harry Markowitz assistant chairmen; Leo Robinson, treasurer, and Sidney L. Segall, secretary. A separate division for Miami Beach will be held this year. Details of the campaign which will begin shortly will appear in an early issue of the Jewish Floridian. .Members of the campaign board of directors are: Jack August, Abe Aronovit*. Samuel Blank, Isidore Cohen, Dr. Frank Coeb, Daniel Cramer, George Chertkof, George Goldberg, Alfred Gottesman, Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Abraham Kellner, Isaac Levin, J. Gerald Lewis. Joseph M. Lipton, Samuel p. Lavine, Sidney Meyer, Joseph Jlechlow. Stanley C. Myers, Max Orovltz, E. Albert Pallot, Martin Baff, Samuel Resnick, Louis Rifas, IT Kauzin, Morris Rubin, David 1,. Slann, Rabbi Max Shapiro, J. Louis Shochet, Harry Simonhoff, K iy Stone, Henry Seltlin, Julius Simpson. Jacob Sher, A. AUngar, Mitch.1 Wolfson, Henry D. Williams, Mrs. Samuel J. Basker, Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs. E. Max GoldN in.. Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Abraham Kellner, Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs. Anna B. Mankes, MrsRalph Keufeld, Mrs. Benjamin Le Vine, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs. Sol Rotfort, Mrs. Harry Rubin, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, Mrs. David L. Slann, Mrs. Meyer Schwafts, • • Returns to Colege Miss Rosalind Friedman, a stu(i, ut •> frt Florida State College for women returned to Talahassee tins week folowing a vacation spent with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Friedman in this city. During her stay here she had as her house vilest Miss Bernice Klepper of Jacksonville, Fla. • • • Entertain at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Friedman entertained at dinner in their home this week for a group of friends including Mr. and MrsHarry Flnkel and son, Bobbie, of Jersey City; Mr. Abe Brin of New York, and Miss Bernice Klepper of Jack sonvllle. • • • Unveiling to Be Held A tombstone to the memory of the late Mrs. Rose Greenberg, wife of Mr. Chas. Greenberg of this city and mother of Miss Betty Greenberg and Mrs. B. Greenberg of Miami, and Mrs .Mildred Green berg Kates of Havana, will be held Sunday afternoon, January 9th, at 2 p. in., with Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David officiating. Relatives and friends of the family are asked to attend at the Jewish section of Woodlawn Cemetery, where the services will be held. • • • New Poultry Store to Open Stressing the fact that he will provide only choice poultry at exceptionally low costs and that every requirement of kosher rules will be strictly observed, Mr. Isidor Schechter, for many years one of the outstanding Kosher poultry dealers in Brooklyn and New York City, will formally open his new market next Thursday, January 18, at 204 First st, adjoining Collins avenue, Miami B each. Pullets, fryers, hens, roasters of the finest quality will be sold at low prices, with strict kashrus being insured at all times. A visit is invited. • • • FAMOU8 ACTORS TO BE PRESENTED Nick Kenny, famous radio commentator, radio editor of the New York Daily Mirror, and writer of a column syndicated in 37 papers, has arrived here to present the third annual Y. M. H. A. "Parade of Stars," which this year will be given in the Cinema Casino, Miami Beach, January 22nd. Kenny whose ability as a song writer has achieved such hits as "Gold Mine in the Sky," and others arrived here three years ago on a vacation. During a testimonial dinner he was sold on the idea of assuming the direction of Y. MH. A. "Parade of Stars" by Boris Schlachinaii, who before his death became a leading figure in activities of the Young Men's Hebrew Association. On his arrival at the Roney Plaza Hotel Saturday, Kenny said he was looking forward to making this year's event one of the leading attractions with a promise that performers would include some of the foremost entertainers in the nation. Kenny's radio fame has included sponsorship of the Boswell Sisters who he introduced for the first time over the air, and Jack Benny's first radio programs. Many others who are now stars -In radio and entertainment fields have been closely associated with him at one time or another in their careers. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny are vacahere at Miami Beach but they are making it a point to promote this Jewish event as an annual affair. A. H. Rosenfeld and Leo Robinson are co-chairmen In charge of the general arrangements, It was voted at a meeting of the preliminary committee in the Young Men's Hebrew Association building Monday night. They are assisted by William Shayne, Harry Markowitz, Joseph M. Lipton, Al Lichenstein, Hyland Rifas, EAlbert Pallot, L. Grossberg, Adolph Halmes, Dr. Harold Rand, Dr. Samuel Beckman, Sam Seltlin, Philip Berkowitz, Larry Morris, Milton Friedman, Dr. Milton Saslaw, M. B. Frank, Isaac Levin, Sam Resnick, Louis E. Pallot, M. S. Bandler and Walter Jacobs. • • • Takes Extensive Tour Mrs. Sarah Harris of Miami Beach, sailed for Haiti, Jamaica and South America. Her Itinerary Includes extensive sightseeing in Columbia, Peru, Bolivia, Chill, Brazil and Argentine, as well as every country in South America. Returning Mrs. Harris will fly from Buenos Aires to Miami visiting many islands between South and North America on her trip. • • • Entertains for New Year's Eve Jeanette Teller entertained with a New Year's party at her home on Miami Beach. Refreshments were served and favors and noise makers were given to the guests. Those attending were Mr. and MrsEdward Finn, Edith Yadwln, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wolff, Minerva Harland, Dr. and Mrs. Milton S. Saslaw, Sylvia Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Max Werder, Frances Teller, Mr. and Mrs. H. Reich and Mr. and Mrs. Harry ASher. • • • e Wedding Anniversary Celebrated Honoring Mr. andi Mrs. A. Isenberg of Dorchester, Mass., on the occasion of their 43rd wedding anniversary, a dinner party was held on New Year's Day at Hotel Evans, Miami Beach, Fla. Attending the party were the following: Mr. I. Tarshes, New York; Mr. Nat Lehrer, Brooklyn; Mr. Jack Cohen and Miss Cohen of New York; Mrs. A. R. Shallt, Portland, Me ; Mr. and Mrs. S. Goldstein of Boston; and Mi and Mrs. H. Sugar of Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Isenberg are guests of the Hotel Evans where they will spend the entire winter season. • • • The National Council of Jewish Juniors will hold a card party Thursday evening, January 13, at the Alamac Hotel, Miami Beach. In charge of this affair is Mrs. James Seigendorf, who is assisted by the Misses Martha Neham, Josephine Raxin and Rosalyn Klein. The annual frolic to be held at the Civic Center February 13 is the outstanding affair being given by the Junior Council. Proceeds of this dance will go towards the main project of the organization, the establishment of a children's free clinic at the Alton Road Hospital• • • Mrs. Bernard Simon was elected president of the Loyalty Club of Emunah Chapter O. E. S., on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Charles Beckwltt, new worthy matron. Other new officers are Mrs. Mitchell Kupperberg, vice president; Mrs. Joseph Syman, secretary and treasurer. Plans were made for a benefit bridge party to be given soon, with Mrs. Deborah Meyer in charge. GRAND CONCERT With the Famous Artists Maxim Brodin and Zelda Zlaten OF NEW YORK i TUESDAY,-JANUARY 11, 1938 8:30 P.M. VA8A HALL 3800 N. E. SECOND AVE. (Corner 38th 8t.) MIAMI, FLA. CHOICE STRICTLY KOSHER yn PULLETS, ^ FRYERS, HENS AND ROASTERS — Lb.. ZjC (NO LEGHORNS SOLD) Isidor Schechter's KOSHER POULTRY MARKET 204 First Street Miami Beach Famed for KASHRUS and QUALITY Throughout Brooklyn And New York City HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS SUPPLIED FORMAL OPENING THURSDAY, JANUARY 13th Phone 5-2642 for Free Delivery Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach STATEMENT OF CONDITION Comptroller's Call Dec. 31, 1937 RESOURCES Cash on Hand and Due From Banks $1,809,302.72 1" U. S. Government Bonds 617,757.81 Municipal Bonds 108,772.50 Railroad Bonds 1,225.00 $2,537,058.03 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank 9,000.00 Loans and Discounts $ 619,220.02 F. H. A. Insured Mortgages 89,049.21 First Mortgages On Improved Real Estate...... J _..... 122,078.82 830,348.05 Furniture, Fixtures and Alterations A $ 16,333.15 Other Assets 1,623.43 17,956.58 Customers' Liability a/c Letters of Credit 3,938.03 $3,398,300.69 LIABILITIES Capital Stock .$ 100,000.00 Surplus 200,000.00 Undivided Profits and Reserves N ,. u -. 86,420.21 $ 386,420.21 Letters of Credit 3,938.03 Deposits tt .......•.** 3,007,942.45 $3,398,300.69 OFFICERS JUDSON L. OWEN President MARCIE LIBERMAN EDW. MERCER Vice-President Vice Pres. and Cashier J. W. O'HARA Ass't Cashier



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Taice Eight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, January 7, 1935 CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 326 Jefferton Avenue 'Phone 5-1328 MAURICE 0. MAMCHES, Cantor 726 Meridian Avenue •Phone 6-2013 SYNAGOGUE SERVICES Dally Servlcet: Every morning at 7 and 8 O'clock; Saturday :it 7 aud 9 A. If. Evening services dally at 5:15; Friday night at 5 and at 8:15 o'clock. Late Friday evening services will heHin at 8:15 P. M. and will be conducted by Rabbi Mescheloff and Cantor Maniches. Rabbi Meacheloff win preach on the topic "Fanatics." Saturday morning he will take as his sub••The Royal Blasting." Baturdny afternoon he will speak en the portion of the week at "Shalosh B'oodoss." Divine Service 1 .. y morning ai and 8 o'< lot i>. Saturday al 7 and '.' AM. Evening services daily at 5:16 P M, Friday nlghl ;ti •"> and at 8:15 l' M. Friday Night Service 1..,:, 1 rices Will be bold al s 1 p_ M. this Friday. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff ili speah on the subject: "Israel's Holy Languages." Cantor Maurice Mamches w ii ;!>MSI in ihe servlt i'. Lasi Friday nighl e bad the and pleasure ol hearing a mosl Inspiring address bj ..:• BI .eaker. Ilia Honor, Benjamin Lencher, jud I \ anj i uuty, Pa • an %  Zionist .i!..i Boclal leader in Pittsburgh, addressed an overflowing audience on the subjest, "Stress ihe Synagogue." This Saturday morning Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "Contemporary Plagues." Cantor Mamches will conduct the morning services. Rabbi Mescheloff will >i>eak in Yiddish ai the afternoon Shalosh S'oodoss. Young Men's Group Our boys from 13 to is will meet s inday at : %  A M \\r< nts ol boys within this Btrongly urged 10 have them attend this Minyanbi -. Last week a delicious s rei was given by Mr. 1. D. Spl\ ak. i %  ... Board of Edu1 lioi This Sunday mornii b -: will be tendered by Mr. Ol one of the boj 1: favorable comment has in which dlffei 1 boys ..:. given the opportunity to > a, h eek. Help this group srow by setting more I>.i 1 al Hebrew School The || %  : .; children spoke on v III h.ises of current Jewish .• last Sunda] s assembly: Fay Dorothy SchonSi ne, and Carolyn Cantor Mai::, %  new Palesions The asL V Serving Florida's Finest American-Jewish Dinner". ST. REGIS RESTAURANT 44 6 COLLIN/ AVE. VMAWI BEACH seinhly is open to nil. beRinning nt 11: SO A. M. Sunday School classes begin promptly at 10 A. M. All Children are acceptedAdult Classes Wednesday nlghl at S the course in "Elementary Hebrew Conversation" will he given. At S:30 the lecture on "The Reason Behind Jewish Laws and Customs" will be presented. Both courses arc! given by Rabbi Meacheloff. Tiey are for adults only, men am! women, Then' is no .barge. Bpani an Intellectual evening. Welfare Meeting The firal meeting this season of the "Hachonossas Orchlm" will be held next Tuesday night at 8J o'clock in the Synagogue. AH members, past and present, are Invited lo attend. A revolt on the present membership, income and expenses will he given. A discussion on the policies of our Hachonossasa Or< him w ill take plai e. Refuo Shlaymo We wish a refuo shlaymo. a l\ and i. : C0V< ry. to the following: Mr. Sol Goldstrom, 1 11 s Ivak, B rnard S Mr. 1. Roth, and all I niemand friends not yet on the list he well. Beth Jacob Sisterhood An all time high in Sisterhood attendance on the Beach was reached la81 Monday night at the regular meeting of the Sisterhood. Mrs. Benjamin H. London, president, opened the meeting and announced that the Beth Jacob Sisterhood will present two hundred and fifty dollars to the Beth Jacob Congregation towards the erection of partitions tor the Talmud Torah, which the Congregation is sponsoring at this time. Mrs. Hose Weiss brought the report for the committee in charge which included Mrs. Kn Iger and Mrs. Wllensky. Mrs. Besvenlck, chairman of the Sunday morning Minyan for Young Men over Bar Mitzva age gave a report I'f this activity. All voting men from 13 to IS are invited to join the services every Sunday morning at nine o'clock. Breakfast is served by the Sisterhood for these boys. Mrs. Besvenlk Is In charge. Mrs. Krelger brought a message Inviting all visitors and friends to become Beth Jacob Sisterhood members. Sisterhood Bridge Arrangements were made for a bridge party that the Sisterhood is sponsoring at the Floridian Hotel, January 18th, at 1:80 p. m. Lovely refreshments will be served at this party by Mr. Seiden, proprietor of the Floridian Hotel, who will be the host of the afternoon. Chairmen for this outstanding social event are: Mrs. J. Albert. Mrs. J. Lipton, Mrs. Samuel Blank. Mrs. Rose Bernknopf. Mrs. M. 11. Frank and Mrs. S. Cohen. Prizes will be given. Cultural Program The cultural program of the Sisterhood meeting was begun with the playing of the Jewish Orchestra under the able direction of Mr. Abraham Bramson. The orchestra played a Jewish overture, and a number ol" Jewish folk sons-. and ended with the playing of the Hatikvah which the entire assembly joined in singins. The orchestra's efforts were received with well merited, enthusiastic applause^ I the band were: Miriam Freed and Ruth Shapiro, pianists, Lou Katz. Nathan Aronowitz, Rose P. Osman, Fred Grossberg. vlollnls a. Walter Falf, clarionet; Samuel Shaffer, Alvin Chain and Norton pallet, trumpets; Howard Levin, French horn, and Robert Gelst. drums. Mrs Moses Mescheloff read a paper on "Cham is ho Ossor H'shvat." Miss E. Keshner presented "Jewish News Flashes. The entire cultural program was introduced by the cultural chairman. Miss Malvina Weiss, and the participants were thanked by Mrs. IS. II. London in the name of the entire Sisterhood. GERMAN ARMS DOMINATE WEAPONS FOUND ON ARABS circulars, many of them bearing Mussolini's picture, are being freely distributed among Arabs, who are told that II Duce is the beat friend of Islam. Seeking to prevent the escape from their "bottllng-up" program of the terrorists operating In the north, the Palestine government has asked the French mandatory authorities to help prevent the flight of the bands into Lebanon and Syria, Arab newspapers state. As a result, four hundred French troops and Lebanese gendarmes are reported to be stationed along the frontier, driving back rebels who have skipped through the net of British soldiers. JERUSALEM (WNS-Palcor Agency)—A military Inquiry Jual concluded here has established the fact that almost all the arms confiscated by troops and police from terrorist bands during recent weeks are of German make. The implication of foreign aid to Arab gangs %  n bels and marauders waa Intensified by a tidal wave of Italian propaganda now inundating the country. Books, pamphlets and JACKSONVILLE'S LARGEST .nd FINEST HOTEL 300 ROOM 100 Beth :!•!• JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Hwflsytflm M—f • Conveniently located In the) downtown bu.ineri, ihoppinf and 1 tweeter district. Erery room en ouli Jt room vrttk private bit V (no court > circuletirtf let water, radio, fan anal bad readine, lamp. Suttee ol parlor, bedrooat and bath. Superior cultine) %  and ier.ee In Tk Paso Grill, and In The Rooeevelt Rendeivoue. All Oatilda Bo.--. ...No Coerl Clrcelaliae Ice Were' la every roore f-77 Room.S.-jle with Private) Bath $2 0O-i 44 R00-1 S2.50 55 Roome S3 00 66 Room. S3 50 83 Roome $4.00 11 Suttee; Parlor Bedroom S Bath • 56.00 S4 Sample Room, wrth Private Bath $4.00 Shake laaeeeee la IMI lee OeeUe 0...~. %  -VeetrAuraeUee *... ..4 MeeeeWr Uu.-t A Robert R. 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The Jewish Floridian
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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:
January 7, 1938

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).

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University of Florida
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 193s
Price Five CenU
THE WORLD'S
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
The view* expressed by Lud- O
wig Lewlsohn In his column aie
hit own and do not necessarily
reflect the policies or attitude of
ur publication. Reproduction in
whole or In part strictly for-
dden.
In his Christmas allocution to
ie College of Cardinals the su-
renie Pontiff of the Roman Church
fee with an unwonted bitterness
if ilie persecution of Catholii s in
bxl Germany. "Rarely," said the
Krablo Pius, "has there been a
:-. i ution so grave, so terrible, so
ainfill. so sad in its deep effect!
Ie a persecution that lacks
cither the brutality of violence
DTthe pressure of threats nor the
- of cunning and falsehood."
is true of the persecution
tolics in Germany is, of
prse, an hundred times truer of
; sedition of the Jewish peo-
ere and it is also true of the
itlon of the Jewish people In
itkollc Poland, which is one of the
ery citadels of the Church of
tome, and it is a little bleak and
than a little disconcerting
tat the Vicar of Christ had no
M ol rebuke for those sons of
lie Church who are doing pre-
ihely as, very properly, they would
lot l>e done by. Hillel and Jesus
re thoroughly at one on the
ior.11 iniquity of that.
flth the persecuted Catholics in
erniany the Jew haB a very much
M than superficial sympathy.
e Church is not persecuted by
? Nazis for its human faults and
lii.gs. which are doubtless many,
t for Its high and valid aspira-
pon after Catholicity, after that
[real human communion in which
tore Is to be in the words of Paul
(either slave nor free neither
Ireck nor Jew. This note of spiri-
universality is. of course also
fa df the Jewish faith and tradi-
|on: the righteous goy is equal to
lie High Priest in Israel. Now it
this aspiration after catholicity,
Her ethical universality that the
tzl persecute and desire indeed
stamp out. For their return to
irbarism is not due to their de-
to integrate themselves more
losely with their cultural tradi-
lons and the sources of their be-
It is due to the Intolerably
icked Judgment of value which
toy have introduced: all races but
tolrs are inferior; all faiths but
heirs are stupid; all aspirations
theirs are ignoble. Speaking
the manner of the Catholic
hurch one would say that the sin
the Germans is the sin of pride,
he sin whereby the angels fell,
ie sin which many learned Cath-
's have held to be the sin of sins.
id those Jews who are aware of
heir great tradition, of the oral
nulitlon, will remember that the
hachamlm dwell more frequently
a no sin than on that of shaming
Mlowman, of humiliating your
'other, of Judging him until you
i've been in his place. So that in
IS tradition too, pride, arrogance,
re held to be unforgivable and
I'lmillty to be the rlght^ grace of
Jiritual greatness. Those who
Brsecute Jews roust persecute
atholles, except when they them-
tlves are Catholics- Which proves
are of the opinion that the Jews
of Germany betrayed their Judaism
and were in that respect not guilt-
less, so there ought to be Catho-
lic! who hold similar views of the
persecuted Catholics. Are there?
If there are such they ought to un-
derstand with a peculiar sympathy
and fellow-feeling the plight of the
Jewish people and send a few au-
thoritative messages, however pri-
vately, to the Polish hierarchy .
Of course they will do no such
thing. No one will do anything
strong, anything effective, anything
thai comes from a deep Bource of
conviction. And that fact proves
again the utterly unredeemed char-
acter ot Christendom and the mere-
ly seasonal silliness of those Jews.
rabbinical or lay, who flirt with
Christianity In any of its forms.
The teal of Christ in men today Is
abstention from persecution, from
hate, greed, war-lust. Where is
thai abstention to be found? Cer-
tainly not among any considerable
or politically strong group of Chris-
tians Or among the policies of
Christian states. It is found among
.lews, Chinese, Hindoos.
Nothing will be done within the
Churches. Will anything be done
beyond their walls and organiza-
tions? The persecution of Catholics
anywhere, harsh and deplorable as
it is, bears no comparison with the
cruelty beyond all words and be-
yond all thoughts with which our
people is persecuted in Germany, in
Poland, in Romania, in Yemen and
now In Mexico today and who
knows where tomorrow? And daily
at this season you have only to
turn on the radio to hear the words
concerning peace on earth and good
will toward all nun and the great
strains of the Adeste Fideles. Well,
well?
Well, it is a cold hard historical
fact that the chief symptom of
Christendom's relapse into pagan
barbarism is the persecution of the
Jewish people; the first sign of re-
covery, of the recovery one iota
of grace would be the cessation
oft hat persecution by those who
still call themselves Christians. On
strictly Christian grounds it might
have been the beginning of a new
age had His Holiness rebuked the
Nazis of Germany and the false
Catholics of Poland in one breath-
It might in all soberness and truth
have been.
The sin and the Bhame are uni-
versal sins and shames. Here in
America, in this predominantly
Christian democracy, there are in-
numerable humanitarian organiza-
tions. I know of but a few. I know
there are many more. But there
are The American Friends of the
Chinese People and The Friends
of the Soviet Union and the North
American Committee to Aid Span-
ish Democracy Where are the
American friends of the Jewish
people? Where are the Christians
that send moral and physical aid
to Berlin, to Warsaw? Where?
Where are those who deeply with
heart, hand, soul, political Ideals
support us in Eretz Yisrael?
Where?
We roust continue to bear almost
alone the burden not only of our
l> to the hilt the fact that Catho-'fate as a people but also part or
<* are. not always Catholics and the ethical burden of Western men.
t Just as there are Jews who For we are terribly alone with
Id
"I Prefer Hell
With Jews,"
Replies Bishop
NEW YORK (WNS)"I would
rather be in hell with the Jews and
Christians who are being persecuted
than in Heaven with those who per-
secute them," Bishop William T.
Manning of the Protestant Episco-
pal Diocese of New York, told a
meeting of the New York Board of
Jewish Ministers, in referring to
the appellation, "child of hell," re-
cently conferred upon him by Julius
Stretcher. Again assailing anti-
Semitism as uncivilized and con-
trary to all Christian principles.
Bishop Manning said. "I hold then
is one subject on which there is no
room for differences of opinion
either among Jews or Christians.
There la only one attitude possible,
and that is one of utter condemna-
tion. Any man aywhore who is
anti-Jewish In his actions or feelings
is at that same moment anti-Chris-
tian." Urging more toleration and
co-operation between men of all
Cre08, Bishop Manning expressed
the hope, "The time will come when
we shall all be one in faith as we
are already one in heart. But the
best and only way is to do all in
our power to get Christians to be
Christians and the Jews to be bet-
ter Jews."
Attention Directed
To Welfare Act
Under the 1937 Welfare Act $3.-
Siio.000 was appropriated by the
state of Florida for the Indigent
aged, the needy blind and the de-
pendent children- In order to be
eligible for these grants, a person
must be 63 years of age or over;
must have resided in the State of
Florida five out of the last nine
years, and one year immediately
preceeding the application; must
be in need, and must not be an In-
mate of an institution supported by
state, federal or county funds.
Applications for old age assist-
ance are taken at the Welfare office
31 N. E. 1st street. In applying
one must bring proof of age and
residence. If unable to get docu-
mentary proof the workers In the
office will be glad to grant any
assistance possible in obtaining
this proof.
desire for peace, for life, for love,
for curative work, as we have
shown in Palestine, and not for war
or hate or liquidation ... We are
alone. From that aloneness we must
draw consecreation and strength
FACING THE TRUTH
We were shocked the other
day beyond words when we
were told by Mrs. Sadye G. Rose,
executive secretary of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau, that the
funds of this worthy institution
had been nigh exhausted. Trat
unless something drastic was
done the Bureau would have to
close its doors.
An investigation reveals: De-
mands this year for relief of
local poor, sick and distressed
have been tremendous and far
beyond ordinary expectations;
transient help though limited in
individual cases has caused
heavy inroads on the funds of
the Bureau because of the un-
usual number of cases calling
upon the Bureau each and every
day-
The Jewish Welfare Bureau
cannot be operated without
funds. Its Ladies' Auxiliary has
given every cent in its posses-
sion something must be done
and DONE IMMEDIATELY un-
less those in DIRE NEED are to
be ALLOWED TO STARVE.
THESE ARE NOT MERE FIG-
URES OF SPEECH FANCI-
FUL FLIGHTS OF IMAGINA-
TION.
It's up to those tourists who
are here in large numbers. .
Remember that the major por-
tion of the cases accorded help
are not native Floridiana- .
It's up to Greater Miami Jewry
to solve the problem NOW and
NOT LATER.
Send your remittances to the
Jewish Welfare Bureau at 401
Congress Bldg. TODAY.
Lodge Banquet
Attracts Many
Reservations for the gala Bnal
Brifh banquet to be held at the
Hotel Evans the evening of Tues-
day, January 18th. are being re-
ceived by the committee and indi-
cate that a record attendance will
be on hand. Members and their
friends are urged to make immedi-
ate reservations and to fill out the
cards sent them together with
check so that they may receive
their table locations immediately.
Several of the national officers of
Bnai Brith will be on hand Techni-
color motion pictures of the ban-
quet will be taken and will be ex-
hibited later during the season.
Entertainment wil be provided and
a dance will be held following the
banquet in the spacious ballroom
of the Hotel Evas. Speeches will
be limited in number and length.
Officers of the Lodge who were re-
cently elected will be formally in-
stalled during the evening.
TUNE IN SUNDAY MORNING AT 9
The Jewish Floridian will again pre-
sent another in its series of weekly broad-
casts this coming Sunday morning over
Station WKAT (1500 k.c.) at 9 o'clock.
It's full of interesting news and com-
ments and music by Bernie Mayerson,
violinist, and ...
British White
Paper Issued
LONDON (WNS-Palcor Agency)
Setting at rest rumors that the
British Government had abandoned
the proposal for the partition of
Palestine as the solution of the
Arab-Jewish problem, Colonial Sec-'
rotary W. 0. A. Onneby-Gore pub-
lished a White Paper, In the form
of a letter to High Commissioner
WaUChope, reiterating (he convic-
tion that partition represents the
heal policy and announcing the
terms of reference uder which a
technical commission will he ap-
pointed to implement the recom-
mendations of the Peel Royal Com*
mission.
The tasks assigned to the com-
mission are:
1. To advise on the boundaries of
the proposed Arab and Jewish
areas;
2. To examine and report on the
economic and financial questions
arising out of partition;
3. Tn insure that financial obli-
gations will be honored;
4. To work out a system of ad-
ministration for railways, ports,
telegraph and telephone service,
currency, customs and tairff ar-
rangements, budgetary prospects
and method for voluntary ex-
changes of land and population.
Partition is the best policy is
the keyn toeofth e
the keynote of the White Paper,
which emphasizes that the British
Government has not accepted te
details of the Peel Royal Commis-
sion scheme. The Government is.
therefore, appointing a technical
commission to ascertain the facts,
propose boundaries and survey the
possibilities of voluntary transfers
of poulation and consider other
problems related to the creation of
new states. To dispel the uncer-
tainty with regard to the Govern-
ment's action as a result of the
KbyaJ Commission s conclusions for
a tripartite division of Palestine,
it was felt hecessary to publish the
White Paper defining the terms of
reference of the new commission
to go to Palestine, Mr. Ormsby-
Gore declares-
Owing to criticism that had been
voiced regarding certain features
of the tentative plan, he wished to
make it clear that the Government
was not committed to approval of
hat plan and had not accepted it
in any particular.
The terms of reference take into
account the partition scheme of
the Royal Commission but the new
body is at full liberty to suggest
modifications in the plan Including
variations in area. It is to recom-
mend the boundaries for the Arabs
and Jews and the enclaves for the
Mandatory Power.
If, as a result of the investiga-
tions of the technical commission,
which will occupy many months,
the scheme of partition is regard-
ed as equitable and practicable by
the Government, it will be referred
for consideration to the Council of
the League. If the scheme Is ap-
proved by the League, further de-
lays will be refused for the estab-
lishment of new systems of gov-
ernment in the mandated afeas
concerned. If the consent of the
League is forthcoming, negoti-
ations will proceed for treaties
with the view of the eventual es-
(Continued on Page 6)


Friday, January 7, 1938
Page Two
National Council of Jewish
Women'! Membersh.p Tea Held
\ attendance ol orer fifty wo
. A-ere ai the membership tea
0I th Miami Section ol Jewlsn
Women held laal Wednesday after-
,......, on the root of the Atlantis
Hote|. Opeulng address was given
bj Mn Ralph Neufeld ami the on-
enlnj prayer presented by Mrs
,.,.,v,s Brown A resolution by Mrs.
Illirrj Barnhard was presented and
voted upon to be senl to the legis-
lature m,s. Morris Alpert. chair-
man ol the tea then presented the
program. The rirsl number was
,., by .'.-l Delor. vlollntsl ami
composer and formerly connected
with the Curtis Institute of Phila-
delphia. He Played "The Spanish
.,.,,, ,. which is the composer
and his '" I ''''" ot ,he
Hebrew melodies, la m icore he
i on the 0 string by
u,ui, He was accompanied b)
. rj Barnhard on the
Herberi Simon re<
i monologues and i
' *
II x
, md Wl
. ml as I '
| .. Kiss." Ra I I
\ 'poke "N
Itefi
movars.
JEWISH
nesa Following the ceremony and
reception to which ail friends are
Invited, no cards being Issued. the
couple will leave tor a shorl honey-
moon trip They will make their
bome in Miami.

Stephen S. Wise Young
Judea to Hold Meeting
The Stephen S. Wise Tami
Sola POOle YOU
R very importanl meeting on Wed-
nesday, January 12 P m
ai the Betb i1
\ v. Ird
-
0uUenbew, Mr- > **?% Ul
M ii Had. and Mr. and Mrs. ..
Outtenberg. all of Brooklyn and
Now York City.

"Malmonldes" is
Group's Subject
-Moses Malmonldes. the greal si
,,. ,- lhe middle ages and then
medieval ph
lc ol Dr.
'he 8
moon. l'v.
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