The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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^cfflg ll.-NUMBER 43
BNAI B'RITH TO
* HOLD MEETING
An important meeting of the
lfc.1 B'nai B'rith Lodge will be
^d it Beth David Talmud Torah
jjjj next Tuesday evening, No-
wmber 8th, beginning at 8:16
10-c]0fi( when important business
11 be presented for action. The
Lwnatinjc committee will present
jtt report and nominations will also
follow from the floor. Baron de
Hirf.h Meyer will give a report
4 :he recent meeting which or-
puiied the Southern Region of
the Joint Distribution Committee.
Mr. Harry Simonhoff will report
[the student union activities at
L University of Florida and the
Florida State College for Women.
|A report of the anti-Defamation
Lmmittee regarding the Hamburg
[American Line with startling rev-
lilations will be presented during
tie evening. Other important
liMf.ir? will be disclosed. All
laembers are urged to attend. Re-
tshments will be served follow-
the business meeting.
ntl rih* Jewish fUintty
Jggg. rLb^ATFRmAY NnVT.MTgP a 10oft
Proves Germany Far
Weaker Than In 1914
Vf* York. (WNS)In an artl-
written in answer to recent
ixi assertions that the Reich Is
onomically prepared for a long
i, Dr. Max Winkler, author and
ancial expert asserted that Ger-
iny, defeated by a weak econo-
! structure in the World War, is
measurably poorer today than in
U.
"It is of course true that Ger-
any during the past several fears
succeeded in accumulating
nte stock- nf supplies essential
>ar," Bit, Dr. Winkler points
, German exports dropped from
Utt.000.non marks in 1914 to
lll.000.Onn marks in 1988, a Ion
42.88 percent. Imports o\-er
same paried dropped from 11,-
*,000,0OO to 5,468,000,000, a drop
53.16 percent. German foreign
?stments have dropped 88.3 pt-i
while federal debt haa in-
*d 281 percent. The German
1 Mock has decreased 84.27. and
** in circulation have increased
Ml percent. Thus, explains Dr.
!r. Germany's monetary
is to all intents and purpos-
i wholly unprotected, there being
than one mark of real money
every ,ne hundred marks in
wkttion.
MIAMI JEWRY
VOICES APPEAL
Joining hundreds of cities
throughout the United States,
Greater Miami Jewry gathered last
Wednesday night at Temple Israel
where they heard vivid descrip-
tions of the tortures and indigni-
ties heaped upon the Jews in Ger-
many and Austria from Dr. Stan-
ley C. Lowell, pastor of the Tami-
ami Temple who visited there sev-
eral months ago. He brought his
hearers to a pitch of fervor when
he urged that everything be done
to Impress Great Britain with the
fact that every available home for
the refugee be kept open, particu-
larly Palestine.
Others who spoke were Rabbi
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Max
Shapiro, president of the Greater
Miami Zionist District, under
whose auspices the meeting was
held. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
and Isidor Zukernick who present-
ed resolutions to memorialize Pres-
ident Roosevelt to intercede with
Great Britain.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff offered
the invocation and Rabbi Abraham
A. Kellner pronounced the benedic-
t:on. Sidney L Segall, vice-pres-
ident of the Zionist District, pre-
sided. Vocal selections were of;
fered by Rose Mary Gerson.
All local organisations co-oper-
ated, including B'nai B'rith, the
Young Men's Hebrew Association,
Hadassah, Junior Hadassah, Miami
Section of the National Council of
Jewish Women and the Pioneer
Women's Club.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
American Jewish Congress
___ Adopts Resolutions
APPEAL FOR
UNITED ACTION
Wfhts of Columbus
k To Help Preserve
destine Mandate
Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agen-
cy)Urging a united front of all
Jewish parties in the present grave
emergency threatening the very
existence of the Jewish National
Home in Palestine, members of
the Smaller Actions Committee,
addressing the meeting of that
body, stressed the need for a com-
plete unity of views, the blurring
of all party differences, and ap-
pealed for joint effort on the part
of the entire Jewish people against
the dangers threatening it.
It was decided to issue a mani-
festo to the Jews of the Diaspora
to summon plenary action when-
ever it might be required and to
adopt a series of other activities
for the assistance of the Jewish
Agency Executive in the present
struggle.
"TRUTH ABOUT
JEWS" ISSUED
AsheviUe. N. c., (WNS)The
(national) board of
"to of Columbus concluded its
* meeting here by calling
Resident Roosevelt to uae
iwernment's full influence to
the Palestine Mandate
jwnteeing u> Jews the right to
*** ,nd protection in that
ANNUAL DANCE TO
BE GALA AFFAIR
The seventh annual dance spon-
sored by the Young Men's Hebrew
Association for the benefit of its
building fund will be one of the
outstanding events in recent years
according to the plans announced
by E. Albert Pallot chairman of
the committee in charge.
To be modeled after a Holly-
'wood premiere, the Civic Center
Ballroom will be gaily decorated,
and a loud speaker system provid-
ed so that as guests enter they
will be presented to the public.
Moving pictures will be taken of
the guests arriving, and of the
activities during the entire even-
ing. Two major bands will play
during the evening to insure that
there will be no single moment of
inactivity, with numerous stars of
the stage, screen and radio making^
their appearance during the course
of the evening to entertain the
guests.
Committees are working to
make the annual journal a souve-
nir well worth having and retain-
ing as a memento of the event.
Because of the necessity of provid-
ing an adequate home for the
voung and old and an opportunity
to engage in wholesome cultural
and recreational activities in the
proper surroundings It is hoped
that sufficient fund, will be raised
so that plan, for the erection e
proper athletic facilities may
be
CincinnatiAs a starter in its
"The Truth About the Jews" edu-
cational campaign, the Union of
Hebrew Congregations has issued a
new pamphlet, "Contributions of
Judaism to Modem Society," by
Rabbi Abraham J. Feldman of
Hartford, Conn.
It will be distributed by the Un-
ion's newly-organized National
Committee on Public Information
About Jews and Judaism.
Contributions of Judaism, Rabbi
Feldman maintains, equal the sum
total of the teachings, beliefs, prin-
ciples of life and conduct of the
Jewish people rather than contri-
butions of individual Jews in di-
verse fields. The author declares
that Judaism with its teachings of
moral discipline and human broth-
erhood has its own place in the
world today.
immediately begun to be followed
by the erection of the first unit in
what will eventually be a modern
and proper home for a real com-
munity center.
The event will be held at the
Miami Civic Center (Cinderella
Ballroom) on Sunday night, De-
cember 18th.
TUNE IN SUNDAY
MORNING AT 9:00
The Jewish Floridian will
again present another in its
series of weekly broadcasts
this coming Sunday morn-
ing over Station WKAT
(1600 k.c) at 9:00 o'clock.
It's chock full of interest-
news, comments and music. ^
New York, (WNS)The 550
delegates to the 1938 session of
the American Jewish Congress at
the Biltmore Hotel here, heard
two powerful pleas: One, by Dr.
Nathan Goldman, chairman of the
Administration Committee of the
World Jewish Congress, whose
keynote was Judaism's self-defense
in the face of catastrophe; the
other, by Senator Robert F. Wag-
ner, who implored the Christian
world not to be misled into believ-
ing that the war of intolerance is
"directed only against Jews."
Dr. Goldman, who was the prin-
cipal speaker at the afternoon ses-
sion of the Congress, came here
from Geneva to bring to American
Jews a description of what life in
Europe is for millions and, togeth-
er with the representatives of
American Jewry, to help organize
aid for stricken Jewry throughout
the world. "Measured by the trag-
edy of our predicament," Dr.
Goldman asserted, "and the funda-
mental threat to our existence, our
so-called Jewish politics and phil-
anthropy are less than nothing."
Another distinguished visitor
from abroad to address the Con-
ference was Mr. Baruch Zucker-
man, member of the Administra-
tive Committee of the World Jew-
ish Congress who, after spending
a year and a half in Poland,
brought to the Congress session a
special report of the conditions
under which 3,150,000 Jews in Po-
land live.
The 550 delegates from 30 states
in the United States attending the
American Jewish Congress session
in New York issued a pledge to
persecuted Jews in many sections
of the world never to "sign a Mu-
nich pact with their destructive
oppressors." And this, too, was
the keynote sounded in the open-
ing addresses to the Conference by
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, President,
and Louis Lipsky, Vice-Preaident
of the American Jewish Congress.
Mrs. E. K. Morrow presented a
message from her husband, Dr. E.
K. Morrow, president of Kansas
Wesleyan University.
The Hon. M. Maldwin Fertig,
chairman of the National Board of
Elections, announced that the ses-
sion brought together four hun-
dred delegates elected on June
25th, 26th and 27th, throughout
the United States, by direct demo-
cratic vote in which 351,674 bal-
lots were cast, and 150 represen-
tatives of 26 leading national or-
ganizations.
The declaration read and adopt-
ed by a viva voca vote, after its
presentation in English by Mr.
Lipsky and in Yiddish by Dr.
Chaim Greenberg, stated:
"We boldly declare that the Jew-
ish people have earned the right
to work and to create in the lands
in which they live; they have the
right to equality of rights. Thru
centuries of suffering and humili-
ation and oppression, of work and
sacrifice and contribution to the
making of modern civilisation, they
have acquired rights which have
been registered in law and coren-
Czech Government
Not Anti-Semitic
Prague, (WNS)The Czech
Government is definitely main-
taining its stand against anti-Sem-
itism in spite of pressure from
Berlin which is responsible for the
granting of permission for circu-
lation of nine Nazi newspapers
and the sale of Chancellor Adolf
Hitler's "Mein Kampf."
Prague police raided the Union
of Czech doctors and confiscated
anti-Jewish circulars, and the Gov-
ernment banned a meeting of the
Chamber of Lawyers which had
been scheduled to discuss introduc-
tion of an "Aryan paragraph" in
its constitution.
Some shopkeepers are removing
the inscriptions "Jews Not Wel-
come Here" which have been affix-
ed to their shops without their
consent.
Meanwhile, the more than 100
men, women and children living in
"no-man's land," the narrow strip
of land not yet assigned to either
Czechoslovakia or Germany will be
removed to a nearby abandoned
factory, where they will at least
be sheltered. Thirty or forty of
the most urgent cases will be al-
lotted visas recently received from
England, France and Scandinavia.
A work camp for refugees is
being established by Jewish organ-
izations, which will be situated '*)
miles from Berne and will ulti-
mately be turned into an "immi-
grants' camping place" for tem-
porarily sheltering refugees and
giving them vocational training.
The Czech Government is said to
favor the plan.
J. W. V. To Broadcast
On Armistice Day
New York, (WNS)The Annual
Armistice Service of the Jewish
War Veterans of the United States
will be broadcast over the coast to
coast network of the Mutual
Broadcasting System on Friday,
November 11, 1938 at 3:30 p. m.,
Eastern Standard Time.
The speakers will be Col. Wil-
liam R. Arnold, Chief of Chaplains,
War Department; Captain Robert
D. Workman, Head of the Chap-
lains Division, Navy Department;
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver of Cleve-
land, Ohio, National Chaplain,
Jewish War Veterans and Isador S.
Worth of New Jersey, National
Commander of the Jewish War
Veterans. Music will be furnished
by the U. S. Army Band.
ant. This right we shall never re-
nounce and claim until it is satis-
fied. We look forward to the day;
when freedom and equality will be-
come the law of all Ufa and we
propose to summon the help of
all liberal and democratic forces in*
burning out the poison of hatred
and intolerance which have been!
introduced. It is our purpose to>J
fight without relenting against en-
forced emigration. W deny the I
right of any land forcibly to expel)
its citizens. Nor shall we abando
the position we have established irt
Palestine which we occupy aa a
matter of ritfht and not on suffer-
ance."

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PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAK
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1838
plained why
difficult
views.
Lively mtriia followed the
lecture. Mrs. Rabin. Mrs. Dorf-
man. MrsX HImi, Mr. Piaumsn
Mr. Praakel sad Mr. Reeeathal
leadiug in the discussion. Next
Saturday afternoon the Group w-31
meet as usual on the lawn at 1069
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. The
topic af Dr. Wotfsou's lecture will
be: 'Sptnesa's Religion." All are
welcome to attend and take part
follows every lecture.

FORMAL OPENING
TO BE HELD
The National Council of Jewish
Juniors wiB hold their formal
c peering Senday afternoon. Novem-
ber ISth at Temple IsracL The
program win include? a one-act
play, a skit ties of Council and vocal ultctiani
with members of this organisalioa
partxipatimr All snimlurj and
f: tends are cordially invited to at-
las*]

TO HOLD CAFETERIA
SUPPER
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congreea-
tiee will sponsor a cafeteria sup-
rer Sunday evening. November 6
from a** p. n. on. at the T. M.
H. A. ehaVrooas*. House cooked
foods will he served at reasonable
prices. During the evening cards
may he enjoyed. Proceed! of the
affair wiB he donated to the build-
ing fund, for a Talmud Torah and
synagogue to be begun shortly on
the lot owned by the Congregation
at SsntAsast Seventeenth Avenue
ana Sixth Street.
*
CARD PARTT
TO BE GIVEN
The benefit card party
ed by the Beth David
wiD be held at the Beth David
Talmud Torah Wednesday evening.
November th at 5:00 o'clock witk
Mrs. Meyer Sehwarti aid Mrs.
Jack PaDot as h Batumi Admis-
rersoe and all members and
are cordially invited to sttend
a o a
NATIONAL A. Z- A- DAT
1> HELD
Several h=adred guests attend-
ed the tdesration of Natieeal A.
Z. A. Day at Temple Israel hut
'aahiT sight in lapis- Hall Na-
Mms Charlotte Zefaase. whose marriage t* Mr. Lea Robinson, pres-
ident of the American Bank. wiB be an event of next January.
than Aronoritx, a member of the
local chapter presided. Alex Ste;-
berg offered the invocation and
awuiction The history of the
chapter was outlined by Milton A.
Friedman, one of the advisors of
the Chapter and the mam address
of the evening was given by Mr.
Isaac Levin, second vice-president
of District Grand Lodge No. S of
B'nai B'rith. The musical pro-
gram was given by Nathan Aron-
ovitx on the viohn. Miss Josephine
Raxon at the piano and Irving
Ginsberg in vocal numbers. The
oratorical contest was participated
in by Al Kasanoff. Nathan Arono-
y-.-.i and Ted Plant. The subject
was "The Brighter Side of Jewish
Life." Judges for the isntost
were Isaac Levin. Maurice Gross-
man and J. L Sbochet. The decis
ion was awarded to Ted Plant who
wQ! go to Jacksonville to
in the
ical contest. PoOowfcg the for-
SUNDAY SCHOOL
ARE GUESTS
The Sunday School of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
were treated with goodies last Sun-
day by Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner
in honor of Mrs. Kellner*s birth-
day. The girls of the Habanoth
presented her with a gift.
NOTED VISITOR
IN MIAMI
Mr. Samuel Zhitlowsky, accom-
panied by his wife, now residents
of Quito, Ecuador, is a visitor in
Miami for several weeks. Mr.
Zhitlowsky who is a brother of the
noted Jewish writer Chayym Zhit-
lowsky was minister for National
Minorities of White Russia during
the Kerensky regime, and for the
past three years has deen direct-
ing the movement to colonize Jews
of Eastern Europe on one million
and a quarter acres of land in Ecu-
ador which has been allotted by
the government there.
JUNIOR HADASSAH
TO HOLD MEETING
The Miami Unit of Junior Ha-
dassah will hold its regular meet-
ing on Monday evening, November
FEDERATION BOARD
TO MEET
The Board of Directors of the
Greater Miani Federation of Jew-
ish Welfare F-szads win
Mi
WKA T
THE STATION IN THE N ATION'S
YEAR ROUND PLAYGROUND
1759 N. Bay RoadMiami Beach
Phone 5-7471
for information regarding
Commercial Rates
Following the presenta-
tion of the committee report which
wfll present the tentative allot-
ments for the year to the various
international, national, regional
and local organisations a detailed
discussion of the work of eack
stitution will follow. All
bers of the Board are urged
attend.
Sunday ever. ng. November 6th at
8:15 o'clock at the Norman Hotel.
Miami Beach, when the report of
the Budget Committee headed by
Mr. M. J. Kopelowitx win be pre- \ "th at Beth David Talmud Torah
seated for ratification or raodifi-1 *t 8:15. All members and their
guests are invited to be present
Mrs. Edward Barmen, cultural
chairman, will present an interest-
ing and varied program with Rabbi
Max Shapiro as guest speaker for
the evening. The Miami Unit has
hv I just received from National head-
quarters a membership scroll and
at the meeting Monday all paid-up
members will be privileged to sign
th's scroll in their own handwrit-
ing. The scroll will be sent to
Palestine and placed in one of the !
buildings there which contains sim-1
ilar scrolls from Junior Hadassah |
Units throughout the United
States.
Door prizes will be awarded and I
several musical numbers offered. I
Preliminary plans for the annual ;
Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving I
night will be presented by the '
chairman. Mrs. Murray Grossman.
to
MEETING TO
BE HELD
An open meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Miam- Jewish
Orthodox Congregation win be
held Tuesday evening. November
8th at 84* o'clock. Following the
business mirting a cultural and
musical program win be present-
ed. Refreshments win be served
to all present. All members and
friends are urged to attend. Can-
tor Victor Jacoby win sing.

INSTULATION
TO BE HELD
The joist initiHatiia of the
Jewish Welfare Banna and its |
Leases Auxiliary will he held a:
the Victor Hotel en Send
mg. January 15th when a
RESTAURANT RE-OPENS
FOR SEASON
Joe's Broadway Delicatessen and
Restaurant at 1425 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach, was crowd-
ed to capacity last Wednesday
when ft re-opened for the current
season. Completely renovated and
remodeled so aa to give the great-
est possible comfort and the max-
imum of service to the patrons,
the restaurant specializes in delks
ious foods and serves anything
from a sandwich to a complete
meal. Patterned after fsmoui
Southern restaurants, real South-
ern style food is served at aM
times. The kitchen has been com-
pletely equipped with new lnd
modern fixtures so as to provide
the finest and speediest service.
Joe's will also provide a com.
plete line of the finest in both do-
mestic and imported delicatessen
appetizers, meats, dairy foods and
delicacies to meet the calls and
requirements of the most exacting
epicure. A cordial invitation is
extended by Joe Pearlman the
proprietor, to hi many friends in
the Greater M'ami area.
Joe Pearlman, who or< and
operates the Joe's Broadway Deli-
catessen has had more than six-
teen years experience in the deli-
catessen and restaurant .-inets
and has established an enviable
reputation for service and quality
at all times. He has associated
with him in the culinary depart-
ment chefs who have established
a splendid reputation for the ex-
cellency of the foods prepared by
them.
RABBINICAL CONVENTION
TO BE HELD
Rabbis of the Florida Rabbinical
Association and president* of their
congregations will hold a three
day session in Miami on November
22nd. 23rd and 24th at the various
conclude with a Union Thanksgiv-
synagogues in this area and will
ng service Thanksgiving morning.
Full details wiU appear in an early
JEWISH WOMAN Desires to
share small apartment with
young Jewish Woman. References
exchanged. Inquire 6 Southwest
Second Avenoe.
POSmONS WANTED
SPLENDID Jewish Cook and ex-
ceptionally able hoeaskeeper de-
sires position with private family.
restaurant or hoteL Excellent ref-
erences. Phase 2-J716 Pesrl
Raid man.
fan anally fine anterta ill and
brief speeches wiU mi ark the af-
fair which is usually one of the
man] ? xr: e* auto, af the year.
Reeervatiee-s aaay be adebycall-
mg the Bat ana or aay mesaber af
SISTERHOOD SPONSORS
MEMBERSHIP TEA
The Beth Deris! PaaUrhaia wOl
Mnwin lh at tM
at the Akammr Hotel- Mrs.
C. Myers is in charge of
misted by Mrs. Leo
Mrs. Max Pepper aad
Mrs
Mrs. Nat ZaTka in barge af
genet beak; Mrs. Is Room
aad Mrs. Moly Ante, refresh
Details wiB be
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VOLUME 11.NUMBER 43.
_THE JEWISH FLflttmiAM
THE SPINELESS
It has been our pleasure and privilege to have completed
cne year of continuous weekly broadcasting this past Sunday
During this fifty-two talks we have tried to cover the activity
cf the Jew in every field of endeavor. From time to time we
have discussed the problems facing Jewry in general and those
of th:s section in particular. We have tried to picture condi-
tions as we found them, not as a Pollyanna would try to depict
them. We have called a spade, a spade regardless of whom it
might affect.
We feel it is high time in this community, as in every Jewish
community when we should be courageous; when we should
welcome criticism and the basic truth regardless of its unplea-
santness. None of ns, regardless of who they might be, are in-
fallible. Even Moses the greatest of all, erred. Shall we pos-
sess the courage that we have prided ourselves on in the past
or shall we become a spineless people, catering to whims and
fancies of every people, of every individual so that things
would be "just niot." Shall we permit ills to go unquestioned;
shall we permit wrongs to be perpetrated. ... all because we
want to be nice" shall we fear to speak out because per-
haps someone in authority, or at the head of some institution
may not "like" it shall we continue to let things go on
undisturbed regardless of the effects just because we may per-
haps lose a little business or become unpopular.
The answer, to the Jew, is unusually plain. The Jews from
their very inception have never hesitated to speak out the
truth. The Jew, leader and follower, all, all have cried out
whenever a wrong happened whether that wrong affected
them or others .... justice must be paramount at all times
.... justice cannot be made the handmaiden of opportunists
.... of "nica" people.
We shall continue to emulate so far as is possible, in the
columns of the Jewish Floridian and over the air, a policy that
is typically Jewish and truly American. ... we shall not be
Rptneltss. ......
PAGE THREE
\\^
"Any ideas for a good purge this morning, sugar?"
We Jews
se of the smallest groups of
People in the world, they are and
e- hare been called "God's
f*osen People" Chosen for one
Ifcag certainlyto Buffer. And
*? Because of envy or Jeal-
*' The Gentiles of the world
not the power of turning
otaing into something. The Jew
* robbed and cruelly abused
eft with nothingbut in a few
years you discover that he has re-
vered. Never once did he beg.
Tu may erase him of many tins,
but those who accuse have not only
** guilty of the same sins, but
worse. The Jew has known how
* make money and to get rich, but
* learned one other lesson first,
ho* to deny himself and endure
hardfthjpn. Did yon ever discover
** Jewo asking any favors for
^aaelTaa in the V. 8. T It is
true that the Jews have kept to
themselves. Why? He has learn-
ed that he, in world affairs, must
be self reliant and not rely upon
any but his own people. The Jews
are few, but they have always
tried to be friendly and loyal to
the government under which they
lived. But the Jews are quick,
alert, aggressive. So many of
them have able minds that Gen-
tiles resent them. So many of
them are talented that Gentiles
marvel at them.
The Jew is generous and seeks
friendship. In all charitable |
movements the Jews are the first
to give and the most generous.
The world is in debt to the Jews
in Science and Art. Perhaps the
biggest mistake made by many of
the Jews ia the U. S. baa been
their loaa of religion. The Jaw is
only as strong as bis faith in God.
Say what you will about the mean-
ing of the expression "the chosen
people" you cannot explain the
Jews in any other way. He has
been chosen for a great work. The
Jews lose their powers of res;s-
tence as they forget their God.
But God has chosen them and
will not forget them. He did not
choose them for ease and comfort
but to serve Him in a special way.
The Jewish people have been an
anvil upon which many hammers
have been broken. Could we live
long enough we would see the day
come when Hitler and his govern-
ment will pay terribly for their
cruelty to the Jews. Italy will pay
and other nations that have driven
them from pillar to post will pay.
God may not pay ea'h Saturday
evening but one day He will pay
to the ruthless powers of the
world. Thus may we be sure that
all cruelty will be met by God.
A common complaint is that the
Jews control much of the cinema
industry and indeed most of all
the business of entertainment. In
this control they are charged with
having demoralized the people.
Why not accuse the Jews as the
stubs of the world war? Some
have done that. Well, why not
blame the recent hurricane in New
England upon the Jews ? The peo-
ple of the world had better beware.
God sees all. Those who perse-
cute may suddenly find disaster
such as never entered their minds.
Men like the dictators in Europe,
like the leaders of Japan, or the
rebel forces in Spain, will pay.
The Jews became rich and strong,
but they never oppressed any peo-
ple. They are not a warlike folk.
We of the Christian church must
ever remember that out of the!
Jews came the Son of Man. It
was as a child of the least of the
people of the world he came among
men. He will come again and will
not be ashamed of his people, the
Jews. Any feeble mind can be
prejudiced. It takes a fine mind
to be fair and just Such is the
business of the Christian to-be to-
ward the Jews.
The Calvary Bulletin.
Hitler are concerned, the Jews who
do not use kosher meat are just
as much Jewish as those Jews who
do use kosher meat. Their laws
against the use of kosher meat are
proclaimed as an act of meaness
and rishus, and I think that it
would be a fisjS gesture on the
part of our non-kosher-meat-eat-
ing Jews to switch over to the use
of kosher meat. In a sense, these
Jews would become better Ameri-
cans because they would become
more conscious of the freedom
whi'-h prevails in these great and
glorious United States of Ameri-
ca. Now that Hitler and Musso-
lini have forbidden the use of
kosher meat, it ought to taste
much sweeter.
Every Friday, Cincinnati, 0.
MODERN BATHS
TO OPEN HERE
For the first time in the history
of Greater Miami, a complete and
modern Turkish and ocean water
baths will be opened here when the
Atlantic Ocean Baths open for
business Saturday, November 5th
at the Million Dollar Pier, Miami
Beach.
Under the direction of Mr. D.
Berkow of Orange. N. J., and Mrs.
P. Rubin of this city, the estab-
lishment will feature modern steam
rooms for men and women, dormi-
tories, showers, massages, soaping
and rubbtig. with experienced
masseurs in charjre; hot and cold
ocean water baths in private locker
rooms, and everything that the
most modern bath establishments
contain. Souvenirs will be given
to all customers on Saturday and
Sunday, November 5th and 6th.
Special arrangements have been
made with the Miami- Jitney Bus
Company operating the South
Beach jitney for free transporta-
tion from the Mark Store in Mi-
ima direct to the Million Dollar
Pier for all customers of the At-
lant'c Ocean Baths. In Miami
Bea<-h a call to 5-3434 will bring a
taxi which will take the customer
without charge direct to the estab-
lishment.
Mr. Berkow and Mrs. Rubin in*
vite the general public to v'sit the
Atlantic Ocean Baths and inspect
the premises. Plumbing of the
most modern type was installed
by the Fixzit System; electrical
work was done by the Unity Elec-
tric Company and the building
work was done by the W. M.
Campbell Construction Company.

IS PUBLICITY GOOD
FOR THE JEWS?
The question which has recently
been widely discussed in the An-
glo-Saxon press has but one an-
swer: NO. When we see glaring
front page headlines in our metro-
politan newspapers, "Nazis Attack .,
___. ... m i_i j r Mr. Harry Greenberg, a reading by
Jews, "Jews Troubled in Pales-' ,.,_ i_
DINNER PARTY A
HELD '1
Opening the current season the
Pioneer Women's Organization of
Greater Miami held a dinner and
literary party Sunday, October 30
at the home of Mrs. Henry Seitlin,
president. More than one hundred
and fifty people attended the first
of this organizations successful
affairs at which time Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman, guest speaker,
spoke on his personal experiences
with Palestine Chalutzim. Includ-
ed on the program was singing of
Jewish and Hebrew songs led by
JUST A FEW
WORDS
(BY SAMUEL M. SCHMIDT)
Upon reading the news about
Mussolini's edict prohibiting the
ues of kosher meat in Italy, I
could not help but think about the
many Jew* in oar own midst who
da not PS kosher meat in their
homes. As far as Mussolini and
tine," "Purge on Jews," and simi-
lar headings, we cannot help but
shudder and feel ill at ease. The
self-conscious Jew, the ultra-sen-
sitive Jew who is always aware of
his Jewishness, as well as the one
who tries to hide it and wishes
to forget itall feel alike when
they pass the newsstands and
g'ance over the scareheads dealing
with Jews. But that is something
which cannot be helped; we live
in strenuous and epoch-making
days. But why do our social-
climbers run with their personal
publicity to the daily newspapers?
Of what interest is it to Mrs. Jerry
O'Flannagan, or Mrs. Patrick
O'Neil that Becky Shmulewich or
Jenny Simchowits is to be chair-
lady of a card party for the bene-
fit of the Independent Katerinos-
iaver-Podolier Unterstitzings Ve-
rein? Of what concern is it to
Mrs. James Horton-Smith that the
Congregation Volliner-Bessarabier
Nussach Sfard Anshe Berditchev
has engaged a new Cantor, the
"second Caruso." for the High Hol-
idays? The Chicago Daily News
has recently been featuring a col-
umn of just such "important" Jew-
ish social items which leave a very
unpleasant impression even on a
Jewish reader. A non-Jew mar-
vels at the outlandish names of
these organizations and their spon-
sors, and the unusually large num-
Mrs. P. Shobow and a speech by
Mr. A. Shapof who told of the
work of the Pioneer Women in
America and abroad. A most
pleasant evening was enjoyed by
all.
'VJ
CULTURAL MEETING "^
TO BE HELD
The Cultural meeting sponsored
by the Miami Section of the Nat-
ional Council of Jewish Women to
have been held last Wednesday
night which was postponed because
of the mass meeting on the Pal-
estine situation, will be held this
coming Wednesday evening. No-
vember 9th beginning at 8:0#
o'clock at the Lear School, 1500
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. witK
Dr. A. W. Ziebold, well known
civic worker speaking on a sub
ject of national interest. The pub-
lic is urged to attend. No charge,
of any kind will be made.
ber of dances and card parties
Jews give, as if they had no other
interest in life. But, of course,
Mrs. Genendel Hotzenklotz is
prominently mentioned as "presi-
dent of the organization." Without
that the papers would not be-
worth while. Is it not about tim
that oar anti-Defamation League
gave w little attention to this nui-
aance. ? |
Chicago Jowieh Chronicle.





PAGE FOUR
THE JEWISH TLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER i ikm
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 8. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBIS RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. ISth Court; Phone 3-5192
LADIES AUXILIARY
What promises to be the most
successful season for the Ladies'
Auxiliary will be inaugurated with
two affairs next week, both of out-
standing importance. We respect-
fully invite the many friends of
our Congregation to come and join
us at these and at every other en-
terprise arraigned by our Congre-
gation or its auxiliary groups.
CAFETERIA SUPPER
Our second annual cafeteria sup-
per will take place this Sunday
evening. November 6th from 5:30
p. m., on; at the Y. M. H. A. build-
in*. 1567 Southwest Fifth Street.
The committee headed by Mrs. Leo
Axelrod is sparing no effort to as-
sure the comfort and delight of all
those who will join us at this
splendid affair. There will be a
wide variety of choice, hot and cold
plates, drinks and pastries, fruit.
etc. Prices will be most reason-
able and accommodations will be
made for families and people desir-
ous of sitting together, and the
latter part of the evening will be
devoted to games. All proceeds of
this affair will go for the benefit
of our Talmud Torah, every true
friend of our Congregation will be
there.
OPEN MEETING PLANNED
Honoring the new members who
have recently affiliated themselves
with our Auxiliary, a reception
has been planned on Tuesday night
November 8th at the synagogue. A
splendid program, fine entertain-
ment and refreshments have been
prepared by committee headed
by Mrs. Samuel Tannenbaum. thus
assuring our friends of a pleasant
and delightful evening to be long
remembered. All sisters and their
friends are most welcome.
Cantor Victor Jacoby will ren-
der several vocal selections.
SI NDAY SCHOOL
Starting with this Sunday, Nov-
ember 6th, a new plan will be in-
augurated to meet the ever grow-
ing demands of our rapidly in-
creasing school. According to this
new arrangement the senior divis-
ion comprising the upper five
grades will meet in the assembly
at 10:00 o'clock, which the junior
division consisting of the lower
five grades will simultaneously
meet in class. The following as-
signments have been made for the
two assemblies. In the Junior di-
vision. Miss Marsha Harris of the
Kindergarten will be in charge of
order and arrangements; Mrs. Geo.
Chertkof of Class 1 will preside;
Miss Naomi Grossman of Class 2
will teach customs and ceremonies;
Miss Mildred Berkowitx of Class
3 will be in charge of plans and
projects; Miss Shirley Pepper o!
Class 4 will be in charge of poems
and songs; Miss Rose Levine will
be in charge of plays and presen-
tations in the Junior Division.
In the Senior Assembly, the fol-
lowing teachers will be in charge:
Mrs. Samuel Shindell of Class 5,
section 1. will take charge of order
and arrangements. Mrs. Louis
Katz of Class 5. section 2. will as-
sume charge of plans and projects.
Mrs. Leo Axelrod of Class 6, sec-
tional, songs and recitations. Mrs.
Samuel Tannenbaum of Class 6.
section 2. plays and dramatiza-
tions. Rabbi Kellner will teach
customs and ceremonies.
HABANOTH NEWS
Pursuant with the policy and
ideal* of the Habanoth movement
the pioneer chapter of Miami has
worked out an extensive cultural
program for the fall season. One
hour of every meeting will be set
aside for a discussion of current
Jewish events and a talk on a con-
temporary Jewish problem or his-
torical subject as well as a class
:n Jewish customs and ceremonies.
An outstanding evening of this
splendid unit will be celebrated in
a proper and befitting manner.
The program will depict in a series
of tableau; the growth and ideals
of Habanoth and there will also be
a program of entertainment.
HABANOTH BUDS
A reception in honor of the
newly formed organization of Hab-
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
Those who attended the General
Membership meeting at the Y. last
Wednesday were pleasantly amaz-
ed at the progress made at the Y.
Old-timers, new members and visi-
tors were surprised to learn of the
many activities our Executive Di-
rector have inaugurated. Reports
were received from each division
as to the progress of the respec-
tive groups, as follows:
Senior Women's Division: Mrs.
Marion Sh:ndell; Junior Division:
Miss Ray Shochet; Boy Scouts:
Stanton Halpert; Girl Scouts:
Miss Eleanor Marcus; Glee Club:
Jerry Bass; Dramatic Club: Miss
Dorothy Lightman; A. Z. A.: Dr.
Harold Rand; Spanish Class: Prof.
Jules De Luce.
Maurice Grossman, our Execu-
tive Director, after giving a short
resume of the accomplishments of
all divisions, presented an archi-
tect's plans for an athletic field.
Later that evening the Board of
Directors appointed Nat Blum-
berg. Harry Schwartz and Leon
moth Buds will be held at the
home of the sponsor. Mrs. George
Chertkof. 1536 N. W. 6th Street
on Tuesday. November 8th at 4:00
p. m.. Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner
and Mrs. Ida Buckstein will be
guests of honor. On Tuesday. Nov-
ember 15th, weekly Hebrew classes
will be inaugurated and members
of the chapter will thus be able to
combine social activities and cul-
tural pursuits. Membership is
open to girls between ages of 9
and 12. and those desirous of join-
ing are cordially invited to the re-
ception.
REFUO SHLEMO
We extend our best wishes for a
speedy recovery to our dear friend
and sister, Mrs. Louis Rubin, w'th
the hope that we shall soon be able
to welcome her back in to the
ranks of our active membership.
JEWISH RADIO HOUR
This Sunday. November 6th. will
find Rabbi Kellner on the Jewish
Radio Hour on Stat on WIOD at
3:30 p. m. His subject will be:
"Twenty Years of Armistice But
Not a Day of Peace."
Lieberman as an advisory com-
mittee to assist Mr. Grossman with
the details.
Saturday night, October 22, the
Executive Director organized a
new group of boys and girls be-
tween the ages of thirteen and six-
teen years. Miss Jane Davis and
Mrs. Maurice Grossman we re
sponsors. This division will have
a cultural as well as social pro-
gram. It is also planned to have
a dancing instructor teach. A
sponsor from the Senior Division
will be present at each meeting.
Communicate with the Executive
Director if you want your son or
daughter to join this group.
Wednesday evening, November
9th, Dr. Morris Kugel will deliver
a lecture on diseases of the heart
entitled: "Slow Up and Live." We
suggest that you come early in or-
der that you may be assured of a
seat. Many of the outstanding
physicians of the vicinity will be
present. Dr. Kugel will conduct a
public forum after the lecture.
Lou Safan will act as chairman.
Everybody at the "Y" is "Sev-
enth Annual Dance Conscious."
Through the capable leadership of
Al Pallot, the committee is mak-
ing rapid strides. Members of
every division are soliciting and
the results are encouraging.
We again appeal to our friends
to help us along with the Journal.
We are doing this for your bene-
fit. If you have attended any re-
cent affairs at the "Y" you have
no doubt seen that our accommo-
dations are not sufficient. The
proceeds of the dance will go to
the building fund for a new com-
munity center.
Again the Jun:or Division has
shown the results of the able lea-
dership of our Executive Director.
Sometime ago a committee of the
Board of Directors met with a
committee of the other divisions
in the "Y" with a view of having
each of the latter groups under-
take and sponsor financially one
of the many "Y" projects. On
Mondsy night lsst, the Junior Di.
vision was the first group in the
"Y" to start the "ball rolling." by
giving the Executive Director
very neat sum toward the payment
of the telephone bill and they have
promised a like sum or better
every month. This is a fine start
and an example for the other di-
visions to follow.
The Juniors will hold their for-
mal installation of officers in a
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1938
TEMPLE ISRAEL [
137 N. Z. 10th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph. D RARRi rn, ,. .,
tm Indian Creel, Drt^-4-im 5 3*^ ftJTSu*
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Kit her or both oi* the Rabhlg will be in the *Mb ..
It Happened Before
OV i.i. ,- .______________________
BY PROF. LOUIS FINKELSTEIN
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
At the regular service of this
Friday, November 4th, 1938, at
8:15 p. m., Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man will present another in the
series of discussions on Reform
Judaism, in his sermon entitled:
"Is Reform Judaism Reforming?"
In the treatment of the attitude of
Reform Judaism towards Pales-
tine, the sermon will have especial
reference to the work of the Ha-
d.is-.ih organization and Hadassah
Sabbath observed this week thru-
out the country.
The services will be conducted
by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Saturday morning at 11:00 a.
m., regular Sabbath services will
be held in the Temple. All are
invited to attend.
J. Pearlman. For co-operation:
Melvin and Barbara Ann Frumkes.
Class monitor and deportment
award: Sheila Slann. Interest
award to new students: Claire
Weitz and M. Glicksberg.
Class 5, (age 11) teacher, Mrs.
S. H. Lutzky. For exceptional ef-
fort: Joan Salzman, Betty Wein-
traub and Janet Cliff.
Class 6. (age 12) teacher, Mrs.
Harold Spaet. For scholarship and
co-operation: J. William Baros, Jr.,
Jane Liebling and Dorothy Gold-
stein. For effort: Bobby Bronner,
Sterling Lavine and Wallace Bish-
off.
An event which promises to be
outstanding in spirit and patriotic
in nature, i the Armistice Day
service which will be observed at
the Temple on Friday evening,
November 11th, 1888, at 8:16 p.
m. Mr. Thomas J. Kelly, com-
mander of the American Legion,
nd Mr. H. H. Farr, commander
of the Jewish War Veterans, will
be ti of the speakers at the ser-
vice, sponsored by the local Freda
Markowitz Post of the J. W. V.
of America, under the chairman-
ship of Mr. Nat Roth.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
In the Religious School Assem-
bly, the monthly awards for Octo-
ber were presented to students
who showed merit during the op-
ening month of the Religious
School. The following were the
recipients of honors:
Primary Department: (ages 6
and 6) teacher, Mra. A. Levin. The
entire Mass was regarded as a
Wodel one.
Class l, (age 7) Teacher, Miss
Dorothy Lightman. Outstanding
tndent: Ernestine Dreyfuss and
Allen Weil. Effort and deport-
ment: Ito=anne Cliff.
r'ss 2, (age 8) teacher, Mrs.
L- S"ligman, effort and deport-
t: Hilda Lewia, Louis J. Roo-
w n.| David Friedman. Progress
ward to new student: Shirley
wflinger.
Tn" 3, (ncje 9) teacher, Mrs.
' -I. For co-operation and
Warship: Roslya Mendelson and
"' S<-iden; Progress award to
"" ""'Jenl: Tevy Woolfe.
ss 4, (,. 10) tiufar Mn)
High School Department. Class
1, (age 13) teacher, Mrs. If. Gross-
man, for scholarship and effort:
Miss Joyce Pearlman, Miss Betty
Lyons and M'ss Regina Loveman.
High School 2, (age 14) teacher,
Mrs. Sadie Weinberg. The entire
class was regarded as the model
class in the High School depart-
ment, with Jerry Landfield re-
ceiving 'current event" honors.
High School 3, (age 15) teacher,
Mrs. I. M. Weinstefn and Mr. Na-
than Zwitman, for co-operation:
Miss Irma Bernstein, Morgan Levy
and Richard Hodes.
Hiirh School 4. (age 16) teacher,
Mr. Nathan Zwitman and Mrs. I.
M. Weinstein, for scholarship:
Miss Renee Greenf'eld and Ja-k
Rubin. For co-operation and de-
portment: Miss Myra Mirsky and
Miss Frances Katz.
GENERAL
The radio programs which the
Rabbis of the Temple and the of-
ficers of the Board recommend to
the Jewish community are:
"The Interfaith Community For-
um," beginning its broadcasts this
Saturday evening, November 5th,
1938 at 8:45 p. m., over Station
WQAM, with Dr. Bradford and Dr.
Kaplan explaining the aims of the
Forum; and "The Jewish Hour,''
presented by the Rabbin.'cal Asso
ciation of Greater Miami every
Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p. in.,
over Station WIOD, with Rabbi
Abraham A. Kellner in charge of
fhe program this Sunday, Novem-
ber 6th.
To explain fully the significance
of the fascist hostility to the Jews,
t is not enough to say that the
Jew has always been a scapegoat
of men seeking absolute power.
This is generally speaking true,
but only because the Jew, by the
very nature of his being and his
tradition, must seek to uphold ev-
ery ideal which the totalitarians
oppose. His tradition is one of
peace, liberty, human dignity, and
the equality of the sexes; they
stand for war, autocracy, the ob-
literation of the individual, and
the subjection of woman.
The significance of Judaism in
this struggle for human progress
so clearly recognized by its foes|
has frequently been overlooked by
h storians of civilization. They ad-
mit, as they necessarily must, that
Judaism like Christianity, as a re-
ligion stands opposed to absolu-
tism, militarism, and the reversion
to barbarism. But they fail to1
see how the individual Jew, who
so frequently himself falls short of
the ideals of his faith, could have
contributed to their preservation
in the world.
It must be admitted that in this
regard the foes of Judaism, whose
insight has been sharpened by
their enmity, have shown greater
penetration and insight than the
historians. The Jew, like the true
Christian, is the bearer of liberal
ideals, which have been inculcated
in him and his fathers through a
hundred generations. His lapse
from the discipline of his faith
and even his apostasy, cannot re-
move his deeply ingrained predilec-
tion for freedom, learning, and
peace. As a result of this and
other circumstances which will be
described in future articles, it is
quite true as Bertrand Russel'
maintains that the Jew has pro
luced in every age tribunes of the
neople, to whom the world owes
i large part of its conception of
liberty.
tion of the roads, the burning of
the libraries, the reduction of
world economy from highly devel-
oped Roman commerce and indus-
try to a semi-barbarian form of
agriculture, found the Jew still in-
tent on copying ancient manu-
scripts compiling new works teach-
ing his pupils, travelling from
place to place and seeking to pre-
serve communications between vil-
lage and village, and between
country and country.
He did not as is commonly
charged shun the land. On the
contrary, whenever it was possible
for him to do so he became a
farmer, a planter, or f vintner.
But he refused to barter away his
freedom for a livel'hood; he would
not accept serfdom as the price of
security. When the advancing
feudal system made independent
land-ownership increasingly dan-
gerous, he sold his ancestral pos-
sessions, rather than accept them
at the hands of a feudal lord.
In the anarchy of the early Mid-
dle Ages, this resistance to serf-
dom did not interfere with the
status of the Jew. He was per-
mitted to come and go; he was
generally not only tolerated but
welcomed. There were edicta is-
sued prohibitng Jews from havng
Christian servants and from mak-
(Continued on Page Seven)
SOCIETY
PAGE FIVE
A
FORMAL PROGRAM
WELL ATTENDED
A capacity house witnessed the-
presentation of the annual formal
opening program which Junior Ha-
dassah held last Sunday. A fash-
ion revue and play featured the
program, with Miss Ette Silver-
man and Miss QprothyJLightman
directing. The e/itire script was
written by Miss Sarah Lightman
who has recently returned from a
trip to Palestine.
Junior Hadassah is grateful to
Miss Sarah Lightman for her ef-
forts in this connection.
The Miami unit presented gifta
to the directors, Miss Silverman
and Miss Dorothy Lightman in ap-
preciation of their untiring efforts
at the formal opening. Members
of the cast presented corsages of
roses to Miss Silverman, the Mis-
ses Lightman and Mrs. Irving
Querido, president of the Miami
unit.

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Jew to the forces of delusion and
darkness been more clearly illus-
trated than in the epochal days
when the world sank from the light
of antiquity into the obscurity of
the early Middle Ages. Of the
various factors which made possi-
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ilization, Judaism was probably
the most effective and certainly
the least appreciated. The Jew
alone, of all Europeans, had man-
aged to maintain his moral and in-
tellectual equilibrium in the panic
and chaos which followed the de
line of Rome. The contribution
of the Church and the Mosque to
the restoration of learning which
made modern civilization possible
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PAGE SIX
TiMPA NOTES
Paul Schwartz who has been
spending a furlough in Tampa
with his family, will leave Sunday
for Langley Field, where he will
resume his duties with the U. S.
Air Corps.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Mensh of Fells-
mere, vfcited Mrs. Mench's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H.Teckett, the
past week. They will leave Friday.
dassah entertained at its annual
memership tea Sunday afternoon
at the Floridian Hotel. Prospec-
tive members were the guests of
hinor. The colors of the group,
blue and white, were effectively
used in the decorations. A string-
ed ensemble furnished music for
the affair. About 150 guests cal-
led during the meeting.
THE JgWgg FLOKIDIAM
ganiied Sunday, October 17. Thir-
ty girls and boys presented them-
selves on that occasion to become
charter members. Sam Weber was
temporary chairman. The next
meeting of the "Juniors" will be
held Sunday afternoon, October 30.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1 1938
Mr. and Mrs. Herman AronoviU
announce the Bar Mitivah of their
son, Alfred Irving Aronovitz. Fri-
day night and Saturday at Temple
Rodoph Sholom. A reception will
be held Sunday afternoon from
3:00 until 5:00 o'clock at their
home.
Edward Einstein died Thursday
night at the Municipal Hospital
after an illness of a week. Inter-
ment was in the Jewish Cemetery,
Rabbi Adolph Burger officiating.
Survivors are his mother, Mrs.
Rose Einstein, his wife, Mrs. Rose
Einstein, a son. Paul Einstein, a
daughter. Miss Kyla Einstein, and
two sisters. Miss Pauline Einstein
and Mrs. Ethel Amsel of New
York.
Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Lipshitz,
of New York, recently arrived in
this city to make it their home.
Members of the Junior Hadassah
had their second meeting of the
season on Thursday night at the
Hotel Floridian. New officers
presided, they being: Mrs. Dave
Pennan, president; Miss Ruth Fin-
man, first vice-president; Mrs. Na-
than Poller. second vice-president;
Mrs. Max Juster, treasurer; Mrs.
Manuel Buchman. corresponding
secretary; Miss Florence Abram-
ovitz. recording secretary.
Committee chairmen are Miss
Rae Freemin, publicity; Mrs. Jul-
ius Silverman, membership; Mrs.
Rae Freeman, publicity; Mrs. Jul-
Poller, cultural; Mrs. Nathan Lutz,
music; Mrs. Jay MarkowiU. Jew-
ish National Fund; Mrs. Oscar
Verkauf, social; Mrs. Louis Buch-
man. hospitality; Miss Ruth Si-
mon, Palestine. Members of the
board are Mrs. J. Enables. Miss
Elizabeth AronoviU, Mrs. Al
Weiss and Mrs. Russell Bernheim.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Temple
Rodoph Sholom will give a Hallo-
we'en carnival next Sunday night
at the Y. M. H. A. A floor show
will be presented. Booths will be
arranged for refreshments and en-
tertainment features and dancing
will be held. A light supper will
be served at 6:00 o'clock. Those
in charge of arrangements are:
Mrs. A. M. Wolfson, Mrs. I. Ab-
ramovitz. Mrs. I. Segall, Mrs. I.
Leibmann, Mrs. R. Bernheim. Mrs.
L Buchman. Mrs. Morris Stein.
Mrs. Oscar inman, Mrs. Fred Perl-
man. Mrs. I. Wohl. Mrs. M. J. Kas-
rlel and Mrs. M. Buchman.
Arrangements for a tea-dance
to be given November 6th by the
Tampa Section. National Council
of Jewish Juniors, were made at
their last meeting. Miss Clarice
Steinberg. Miss Henrietta Water-
man and Miss Simona Rosenfeld
are in charge of the party which
will honor new and prospective
members. The affair will be given
at the Villa Del Rio.
Mrs. Nathan Lutz. Mrs. Marcus I
Cohen and Mrs. Max Juster will
serve as Junior Council sponsors,
this year. Miss Ruth Shine will j
have charge of the program at the
November meeting at the home of
Miss Jane Meyers, when "National
Peace" will be the topic. Council
Sabbath will be oserved next
month at Temple Schaarai Zedek.
Mr. Jay MarkowiU who has
been active in basket-ball and oth-
er forms of athletics for a number
of years, has accepted membership
on the troop committee of Boy-
Scout Troop 14.
Mrs. Ernest Maas was elected
to the tri-aUte Sisterhood meeting
in Macon, Ga., November 9th to
11th at a meeting of the Sister-
hood of Temple Schaarai Zedek.
Mrs. Sol Maas was chosen as al-
ternate. Mrs. Jules W. Bragin
will have a meeting of the pro-
gram committee.
St. Petersburg
Miss Gerry Cohen spent last
week-end in Tampa visiting her
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weiss-
man.
The Young Judeans held their
Hallowe'en party Sunday night at
the home of Willie and Louis Ab-
rams. The house was decorated
w th Hallowe'en festivities and a
buffet supper was served. Jerome
Goldberg won the prize for the
funniest costume. Leon Young won
the Professor Quizz contest.
Rita Okun and Gerry Cohen are
attending the A. Z. A. weiner roast
in Tampa Tuesday night as the
guests of Solly Kotler and Irvin
Peckett.
The Judaic Council held their
first card party of the season last
Sunday night at the Congregation.
Hostesses for the evening were
Mrs. Pauline Esrick, Mrs. Evelyn
Goldman and Mrs. Evelyn Fyvo-
lent.
The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid
Society of the Congregation B'nai
Israel will hold their annual elec-
tion Tuesday night.
The Jewish Youth Council held
their Hallowe'en party on Monday
night at the Embassy Club. The
house was decorated in Hallowe'en
colors and games and prizes enter-
Uined the members and their
guests. The next meeting will be
held Thursday night.
!. 1.1. L WES
(Continued from Page Four)
few weeks. (More deUils will be
given in this column next week.)
William Shayne, exalted ruler of
the Miami Lodge of Elks and Pres-
ident of our Board of Governors
will act as installing officer.
On Tuesday evening, November
8th, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
deliver his last lecture in a series
of Ulks entitled: "Legalism in Is-
rael." Those who were privileged
to hear Rabbi Mescheloff a short
while ago will be glad to learn of
his Ulk next Tuesday. The man-
ner in which he treats his subject
and the informality of his discus-
sions have gained for the Rabbi
many admirers.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
November 7Meeting of Junior
Division. Mrs. Ida Optner, presi-
dent Ladies Auxiliary' of the Jew-
ish Welfare Board, will deliver an
address.
November 8Cultural meeting.
Rabbi Mescheloff will talk on "Le-
gal'sm in Israel."
November 9Lecture by Dr.
Kugel: "Slow Up and Live."
NEWS AROUND TOWN
Mrs. Ruben Lubel and Mrs.
Harry Schwartz are recuperating
from a recent illness.
Where are you?
Molly Apte, Mrs. Janet Blan,
Betty Tobias, Ethel Lipowsky,
Jean Goldstein, Lillian Falk, Bea-
trice Zimerick, Mrs. M. Feinberg
and others who have been notice-
ably missed at the Y. W. H. A,
meetingsHows about getting
back into the fold?
The Tampa Chapter Junior Ha-
Under the tutelage of Jack
Weissman, the Y. M. H. A. basket-
ball team has started practice and
hold regular sessions at the "Y"
gym every Thursday evening and
Sunday afternoons.
Thanks to the efforts of Mr. Jay
Markowitz and Mr. Sam Weber
members of the Y. M. H. A. Board
of Directors, a Junior "Y" was or-
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TALKING ABOUT THE
FEDERATION
Upon listening to comment hith-
er and yon I am inclined to voice
a huge approval to that fine group
of men comprising the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, who
have been working diligently in
their efforts to bring a united
Jewish front in the Greater Mi-
ami area.
Personally I feel there is no
room for personalities where a
problem of such great importance
concerning the cmomunity is in-
volved. My best wishes to iU
complete success.
socim
CONVALESCES
AT HOME
Mr. Max Mintzer, active in the
work of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation is convalescing
at his home from a recent opera-
tion.

PEACE PROGRAM
TO BE PRESENTED
The Sisterhood of Temple Lrael
following itt meeting called for
Monday, November 7th at 2:00 p.
m. o'clock, in Kaplan Hall of Tem-
ple Israel, will present a special
peace program to which members
of all the Sisterhoods and Ladies
Auxiliaries of Greater Mianv Con-
gregations are cordially invited to
attend. Appropriate musical selec-
tions for the play to be pre-, nted,
entitled "The Women's League of
Nations" will be heard. In the
cast will be Mesdames Benjamin
Bronston, Tobias Simon, Leo Hu-
berman, Leonard Wien, Hanry D.
Williams, Gordon Davis, Max Dob-
rin. Herbert Simon, Sam Katt,
Adolph Wertheimer, A. M. Rder,
Leo Stein, E. Max Goldstein. J. B.
Margolis, Morris Cowen and Al-
bert Rosenthal.

HADASSAH SABBATH
TO BE OBSERVED
Hadassah Sabbath will be ob-
served in the Greater Miami area
with spec'al services at the var-
ious synagogues. Friday r.i?ht
Mra. Anna Brenner Mankes will
speak on "Hadassah" at the ser-
vices in Beth David Congregation;
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will de-
vote a portion of his sermon to
Hadassah; Saturday morning Rab-
bi Moses Mescheloff will -peak
on Hadassah at the services in
Beth Jacob Congregation; at the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion Rabbi Abraham Kellner will
speak on Hadassah at the Satur-
day morning service. All members
of Hadassah are urged to attend
the services at the respective con-
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FRIDAY, MOVEMBEB 4, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORinTAW
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
136 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi1029 N. W. First Street
Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2178
PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR
THE YEAR
Daily Services at 7:00 a. m., and
5:30 p. m.
Sabbath Services Satur day
morning at 8:80.
Junior Congregation Services-
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School3:15 to
6:15 p. m.
Sunday SchoolSunday at 10:00
a. m. *
Bar Mitzvah GroupSunday at
9:00 a. m.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
Ti.i- coming Sabbath has been
designated as "Hadassah Sabbath."
Betfc David will hold its Late Fri-
day Evening Services dedicating
ervices to "Hadassah Ideo-
logy." The guest speaker repre-
senting the local chapter of Ha-
. will be Mrs. Anna Brenner
Mankes, who visited Palestine
about one year ago and will speak
on the subject: "Palestineas I
Saw It." Rabbi Max Shapiro will
speak briefly and Cantor Hajrman
d by the Beth David choir
will chant the prayers. We espec-
ially urge Zionists and Hadassah
members to be present.
JUNIOR SERVICES
Once again we ask parents to
show an interest in the spiritual
welfare of their children by having
them attend services every Satur-
day morning at 10:30 o'clock. The
children derive much more out of
these services than one can antici-
pate. It helps to create a definite
religious outlook in the minds of
the children, and we cannot stress
sufficient importance of these Ju-
nior Services.
A STATEMENT
We are delighted to note the fine
response of parents whose chil-
dren attend our religious institu-
tion to affiliate themselves with
our Congregation. We are ex-
tremely anxious that every parent
who is financially able, to become
a member rather than to make it
compulsory for us to charge a tui-
tion fee for each child. We ask
your manifestation of loyalty to-
ward our institution by doing so.
Please attend to it at once.
PAGE SEVEN
B'NAI B'RITH
BRIEFS
Just a little reminder to all
B'nai B'rith minded brethren and
to the ones that should be B'nai
B'rith minded; that nothing suc-
ceeds like success; and to obtain
a reach that goal we must em-
phasize the importance of your
paying your dues when dues are
due. If you have not already paid
your dues, we urge you to pay
them today, because without your
dues we cannot do much or little,
and truly speaking we belong to
B'nai B'rith for no other purpose
than to promote and do all that is
noble and grand and crush and
destroy all that is indecent and
evil. We all admire and value one
that helps to convert all noble
dreams into reality; won't you be
one of them? It is not so diffi-
cult, just pay your dues when they
become due.
IT HAPPENED
BEFORE
(Continued from Pate Fire)
ing proselytes, and some of the
Spanish and French rulers at-
tempted to force Jews to accept
Baptism. But the first major per-
ition of the Jews in Western
Europe occurred no earlier than
the year 1096, fully six centuries
after Rome had fallen into the
har, i of the barbarians, and anti-
Bemitism did not reach its moat
humiliating stage until the Fourth
Lstoar, Council, in the year 1215,
*b.T Jews were commanded to
ear special clothes and particu
Isrly i he yellow badge.
JEWS KEPT LEARNING ALIVE
Throughout the centuries separ-
ating the destruction of Rome
Worn the beginning of Jewish per-
secution, the Jew contributed in
n amazing manner to the preser-
vation of ancient learning, com-
merce, and understanding. Bei-
tius. the last truly great mind of
the Western Roman Empire, waa
Wfuted in the year 525; and then
the lamp of learning was definite-
!y extinguished in the western
world. "But for the people of Is-
*e1 there was light in all their
taxations." We find- the Jews
f the Rhine country using Ara-
k words in their daily traffic
and business, proving that even in
the oarkest hours of the mediae-
vl period they retained commer-
f'l as well as learned contact with
th*ir brethren in Palestine and
wbylonia. We have records of le-
wl and ritualistic questions which
tae European Jews sent to the
M*r seats of learning, and the an-
** which they received. Above
f'. as we shall M in future ar-
*!, the Jewa of these early gen-
erations laid the foundations for
'"? intricate system of Institu-
tional life, communal self-govern-
ment, and scientific education,
which is so well reflected in the
literature of the tenth and eleventh
centuries.
Even before the rise of the Mo-
hammedan world the Jew was pre-
pared to serve as an intermediary
between it and the darkened coun-
tries of Europe. Donnolo, the
famous scholar of Southern Italy;
Isaac Israeli, the physician of
North Africa, whose books were
consulted by all medical men until
the time of Harvey, in the six-
teenth century; and above all,
Maimonides, who helped lift Eu-
ropean thought from its early
slough to the heights of Albertus
Magnus, Thomas Aquinos, and
Duns Scotus, were but the final
links in a long chain, which had
its origin in the very beginning of
European Jewish life.
It is a sombre but instructive
thought, that the very achievement
Now I shall tell you a little that
I know of the faults and draw-
backs, or retards, or still better
the tremendous setback a "slow
paying member" causes to B'nai
B'rith: first, we cannot fulfill our
chairman's request for needed
amounts for worth-while purposes;
second, our willing workers are
busy with collecting past due dues
and consequently cannot do any
other work. Third, we cannot con-
centrate on new members. Would
we give the willing workers a fair
opportunity they might have been
fortunate not only in bringing in
many new members, but to find
another :
Like most admired Ike Levin.
Another, like the very splendid,
Elry Stone.
Another, so scientific, Harry Si-
monhoff.
Another sound thinker, Abe
Aronovitz.
Another so much beloved Stan-
ley C. Myers.
Another gentleman speaker, E.
Albert Pallott.
Another energetic Matthew S.
Bandler.
Another tireless, Leo Eisenstein.
Another generous Baron de
Hirsch Meyer.
Another dignified Jack Abbott.
SOCIETY
NOMINATIONS
ARE HELD
Last Tuesday night members of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation gathered at the syna-
gogue to hear reports of the activi-
ties of the Congregation during
the past year, with Mr. H. M.
Drevich presiding. Rabbi Kellner
reported on the progress of the
Sunday School and Talmud Torah.
Following a report of the nominat-
ing committee, E. Al. Pallot and
George Chertkof were unanimously
chosen for the offices of recording
and financial secretaries. Mr. H.
M. Drevich will be opposed for re-
election by Mr .Philip Berkowitz.
Contesting for sixteen vacancies
on the Board of Directors will be
thirty candidates. Electioh of of-
ficers and directors will be held
Tuesday evening, November 15th.
NEW PRODUCT
IS ANNOUNCED
The Land-O-Sun Dairies an-
nounces a new product in our col-
umns this week. A favorite in the
large Northern cities, Whipt-But-
ter, made of the finest grade of
sweet butter and whipped, will
now be available to local consum-
ers through their grocers and del-
icatessen stores or direct from the
route men of the Land-O-Sua
dairies.
necessary. Won't you co-operate?
and, by so doing you will also give
our willing workers the opportu-
nity (which every one so rightful-
ly deserves,) the honor and priv-
ilege to search and find all worthy
candidates. We need that all
and to you cherished willing work-
ers, I must say if you are not Got
Behit fortunate enough in finding
the exact duplicate like the bunch
of fine men I pointed out, the
nearest candidate is still worth
more than your efforts in search-
ing and finding. And while you
are on your searching tour, please
notice our A. Z. A. prospects.
They are a part and parcel of B'nai
B'rith, do not overlook them. And
with this earnest and sincere
thought in mind I will conclude
wishing you all success and sug-
gest that we do this fine piece of
work all together and do it welL
So long.
BENJAMIN LE VINE,
The Fault Finder.
IS TODAY'S
WAT TO
BETTER SIGHT
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mysterious nor expensive-it ia I
merely having bulbs of proper
wattage in the right
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of their mission, the intellectual
elevation of Europe and the restor-
ation of world commerce, brought
on the Jews the fearful calamities
of the mediaeval persecution. It
was not barbarian, but semi-civ-
ilized Europe, which dealt the Jew
the fearful blows of the Crusades,
the successive expulsions, and the
continually increasing degradation.
The ancient literature which the
lew had helped revive contained,
together with life-giving wisdom,
the deadly virus of anti-Semitism
and race-hatred. Side by aide with
the studies of Plato were to be
found the bitter calumnies of Ap-
ion. Like the fisherman in the
Arabic tale, the Jew had released
a fearful genie which threatened
to destroy him; but unlike the
Arab, the Jew had neither the will
nor the power to reimprison this
newly discovered enemy.
Can you stretch your imagina-
tion what B'nai B'rith could ac-
complish or to what height we
could rise with a double set of men
like the ones I just mentioned, and
the many that I have failed to
mention? I will confess that th"s
is beyond my grasp. But this
much I can safely say, they are
all worth searching for. I know
that this is much to wish for, and
much more difficult to find, but
worth your while, my while, and
worth every one's while and effort
to obtain and gain our aim. I will
repeat again, please, alow payers
I beg of you to pay your dues and
help to maintain and uphold the
high aim and B'nai B'rith stan-
dard. I am pleading with you to
be fair and do not hold back the
"band-wagon" that some one is al-
ways pulling and you are riding
on, or enjoy the fruits that the un-
selfish, tireless willing leaders and
workers are toiling, procuring, and
producing for all; and you have
not as yet realized or you have
overlooked or forgotten to say as
much as thank you: instead you
feel very much put out when you
are asked to join the B'nai B'rith,
or asked for the tittle dues which
you did not pay, and which is so
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THE JEWISH ELOBIPIAN
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi MAURICE Q. MAMCHES. Cantor
625 Michigan Avenue 712 Michigan Avenue
Phone 6-1128 'Phone S-2013
DIVINE SERVICES
Daily at 6:15 p. m., and ot 7:00
and 8:00 a. m. Sabbath: Friday
evening at 5:15; Saturday morning
at 8:30; Saturday afternoon at
B:30.
Rabbi Mestneliff will preach this
Saturday morning on: "Tales of a
Wanderer." He will speak on the
"Portion of l.he Week" at Shalosh
S'oodoss. The Cantor will chant
the services. Everyone is cordially
wexome.
| WELCOME
We at glad to welcome into iur
synagogu&jaafl synagogual activi-
ties all our Beach tourists. It is
with pleasure that we see again
the old faces, and with anticipation
that we meet the new.
SISTERHOOD MEETING
Our Sisterhood will open its first
meeting of this season on Monday,
November 7th at 2:00 p. m., Mrs.
B. H. London presiding. An im-
portant meeting at which the pro-
gram of activities for the year will
be discussed, will be followed by
an entertaining program in which
the Rabi and Cantor and others
will participate. Members, pros-
pective members and friends are
all urged to attend.
The 2:00 o'clock meeting will
be preceded by a meeting of the
Board of Directors at 1:00.
THANKSGIVING
INSTALLATION DINNER
The Sisterhood is planning a
Thanksgiving dinner at which the
new officers will be installed. De-
tails will be revealed at the Sis-
terhood meeting.
HABANOTH ACTIVITIES
At the last meeting of the Haba-
noth held Monday evening at the
synagogue, plans were discussed
for a mother's -daughter's latke
party to be held during the week
of Chanukah.
Rabbi Mescheloff read a two-act
comedy, "A Chanukah in Pales-
tine," which he wrote especially
for the Habanoth of Miami Beach.
It was received enthusiastically by
the girls, the sponsor, Mr. M.
Mescheloff and Mr. I. D. Spivak
and Mr. A. L. Mechlowitx who
were present. Parts were distrib-
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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAK FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1838 plained why difficult views. Lively mtr—iia followed the lecture. Mrs. Rabin. Mrs. Dorfman. MrsX HIMI, Mr. Piaumsn Mr. Praakel sad Mr. Reeeathal lead iug in the discussion. Next Saturday afternoon the Group w-31 meet as usual on the lawn at 1069 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. The topic af Dr. Wotfsou's lecture will be: 'Sptnesa's Religion." All are welcome to attend and take part follows every lecture. • • • FORMAL OPENING TO BE HELD The National Council of Jewish Juniors wiB hold their formal c peering Senday afternoon. November ISth at Temple IsracL The program win i nclu de? a one-act play, a skit HELD Several h=adred guests attended the tdesrat ion of Natieeal A. Z. A. Day at Temple Israel hut %  'aahiT sight in lapisHall NaMms Charlotte Zefaase. whose marriage t* Mr. Lea Rob i n s on, president of the American Bank. wiB be an event of next January. than Aronoritx, a member of the local chapter presided. Alex Ste;berg offered the invocation and awuiction The history of the chapter was outlined by Milton A. Friedman, one of the advisors of the Chapter and the mam address of the evening was given by Mr. Isaac Levin, second vice-pre s ident of District Grand Lodge No. S of B'nai B'rith. The musical program was given by Nathan Aronovitx on the viohn. Miss Josep hi ne Raxon at the piano and Irving Ginsberg in vocal numbers. The oratorical contest was participated in by Al Kasanoff. Nathan Aronoy-.-.i and Ted Plant. The subject was "The Brighter Side of Jewish Life." Judges for the i sn to s t were Isaac Levin. Maurice Grossman and J. L Sbochet. The decis ion was awarded to Ted Plant who wQ! go to Jacksonville to in the ical contest. PoOowfcg the forSUNDAY SCHOOL ARE GUESTS The Sunday School of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation were treated with goodies last Sunday by Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner in honor of Mrs. Kellner*s birthday. The girls of the Habanoth presented her with a gift. NOTED VISITOR IN MIAMI Mr. Samuel Zhitlowsky, accompanied by his wife, now residents of Quito, Ecuador, is a visitor in Miami for several weeks. Mr. Zhitlowsky who is a brother of the noted Jewish writer Chayym Zhitlowsky was minister for National Minorities of White Russia during the Kerensky regime, and for the past three years has deen directing the movement to colonize Jews of Eastern Europe on one million and a quarter acres of land in Ecuador which has been allotted by the government there. JUNIOR HADASSAH TO HOLD MEETING The Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will hold its regular meeting on Monday evening, November FEDERATION BOARD TO MEET The Board of Directors of the Greater Miani Federation of Jewish Welfare F-szads win Mi WKA T THE STATION IN THE N ATION'S YEAR ROUND PLAYGROUND 1759 N. Bay Road—Miami Beach Phone 5-7471 for information regarding Commercial Rates Following the presentation of the committee report which wfll present the tentative allotments for the year to the various international, national, regional and local organisations a detailed discussion of the work of eack stitution will follow. All bers of the Board are urged attend. Sunday ever. ng. November 6th at 8:15 o'clock at the Norman Hotel. Miami Beach, when the report of the Budget Committee headed by Mr. M. J. Kopelowitx win be pre\ "th at Beth David Talmud Torah seated for ratification or raodifi-1 *t 8:15. All members and their guests are invited to be present Mrs. Edward Barmen, cultural chairman, will present an interesting and varied program with Rabbi Max Shapiro as guest speaker for the evening. The Miami Unit has hv I just received from National headquarters a membership scroll and at the meeting Monday all paid-up members will be privileged to sign th's scroll in their own handwriting. The scroll will be sent to Palestine and placed in one of the buildings there which contains sim-1 ilar scrolls from Junior Hadassah | Units throughout the United States. Door prizes will be awarded and I several musical numbers offered. I Preliminary plans for the annual ; Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving I night will be presented by the chairman. Mrs. Murray Grossman. to MEETING TO BE HELD An open me e t ing of the Ladies Auxiliary of the MiamJewish Orthodox C ongr e ga tion win be held Tuesday evening. November 8th at 84* o'clock. Following the business mirting a cultural and musical program win be presented. Refreshments win be served to all present. All members and friends are urged to attend. Cantor Victor Jacoby win sing. • • • INSTULATION TO BE HELD The joist initiHatiia of the Jewish Welfare Banna and its | Leases Auxiliary will he held a: the Victor Hotel en Send mg. January 15th when a RESTAURANT RE-OPENS FOR SEASON Joe's Broadway Delicatessen and Restaurant at 1425 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, was crowded to capacity last Wednesday when ft re-opened for the current season. Completely renovated and remodeled so aa to give the greatest possible comfort and the maximum of service to the patrons, the restaurant specializes in delks ious foods and serves anything from a sandwich to a complete meal. Patterned after fsmoui Southern restaurants, real Southern style food is served at aM times. The kitchen has been completely equipped with new ln d modern fixtures so as to provide the finest and speediest service. Joe's will also provide a com. plete line of the finest in both domestic and imported delicatessen appetizers, meats, dairy foods and delicacies to meet the calls and requirements of the most exacting epicure. A cordial invitation is extended by Joe Pearlman the proprietor, to hi many friends in the Greater M'ami area. Joe Pearlman, who or< and operates the Joe's Broadway Delicatessen has had more than sixteen years experience in the delicatessen and restaurant .-inets and has established an enviable reputation for service and quality at all times. He has associated with him in the culinary department chefs who have established a splendid reputation for the excellency of the foods prepared by them. RABBINICAL CONVENTION TO BE HELD Rabbis of the Florida Rabbinical Association and president* of their congregations will hold a three day session in Miami on November 22nd. 23rd and 24th at the various conclude with a Union Thanksgivsynagogues in this area and will ng service Thanksgiving morning. Full details wiU appear in an early JEWISH WOMAN — Desires to share small apartment with young Jewish Woman. References exchanged. Inquire 6 Southwest Second Avenoe. POSmONS WANTED SPLENDID Jewish Cook and exceptionally able hoeaskeeper desires position with private family. restaurant or hoteL Excellent references. Phase 2-J716 — Pesrl Raid man. fan anally fine anterta %  %  ill and brief speeches wiU mi ark the affair which is usually one of the man] %  ? —xr: e* auto, af the year. Reeervatiee-s aaay be %  adebycallmg the Bat ana or aay mesaber af SISTERHOOD SPONSORS MEMBERSHIP TEA The Beth Deris! PaaUrhaia wOl Mnwin lh at tM at the Akammr HotelMrs. C. Myers is in charge of misted by Mrs. Leo Mrs. Max Pepper aad Mrs Mrs. Nat ZaTka in barge af genet beak; Mrs. Is Room aad Mrs. Moly Ante, refresh Details wiB be WATCH This Space at*.



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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1938 TEMPLE ISRAEL [ 137 N. Z. 10th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph. D RARRi rn, ,. •., tm Indian Creel, Drt^-4-im 5 3*^ ftJTSu* MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Kit her or both oi* the Rabhlg will be in the *Mb .. It Happened Before OV I.I. ,. —. BY PROF. LOUIS FINKELSTEIN CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. At the regular service of this Friday, November 4th, 1938, at 8:15 p. m., Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will present another in the series of discussions on Reform Judaism, in his sermon entitled: "Is Reform Judaism Reforming?" In the treatment of the attitude of Reform Judaism towards Palestine, the sermon will have especial reference to the work of the Had.is-.ih organization and Hadassah Sabbath observed this week thruout the country. The services will be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Saturday morning at 11:00 a. m., regular Sabbath services will be held in the Temple. All are invited to attend. J. Pearlman. For co-operation: Melvin and Barbara Ann Frumkes. Class monitor and deportment award: Sheila Slann. Interest award to new students: Claire Weitz and M. Glicksberg. Class 5, (age 11) teacher, Mrs. S. H. Lutzky. For exceptional effort: Joan Salzman, Betty Weintraub and Janet Cliff. Class 6. (age 12) teacher, Mrs. Harold Spaet. For scholarship and co-operation: J. William Baros, Jr., Jane Liebling and Dorothy Goldstein. For effort: Bobby Bronner, Sterling Lavine and Wallace Bishoff. An event which promises to be outstanding in spirit and patriotic in nature, i the Armistice Day service which will be observed at the Temple on Friday evening, November 11th, 1888, at 8:16 p. m. Mr. Thomas J. Kelly, commander of the American Legion, •nd Mr. H. H. Farr, commander of the Jewish War Veterans, will be ti of the speakers at the service, sponsored by the local Freda Markowitz Post of the J. W. V. of America, under the chairmanship of Mr. Nat Roth. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL In the Religious School Assembly, the monthly awards for October were presented to students who showed merit during the opening month of the Religious School. The following were the recipients of honors: Primary Department: (ages 6 and 6) teacher, Mra. A. Levin. The entire Mass was regarded as a Wodel one. Class l, (age 7) Teacher, Miss Dorothy Lightman. Outstanding •tndent: Ernestine Dreyfuss and Allen Weil. Effort and deportment: Ito=anne Cliff. r 'ss 2, (age 8) teacher, Mrs. • L S"ligman, effort and deport%  t: Hilda Lewia, Louis J. Roow n.| David Friedman. Progress •ward to new student: Shirley %  wflinger. T n 3, (ncje 9) teacher, Mrs. • '• -I. For co-operation and •Warship: Roslya Mendelson and "' S<-iden; Progress award to "" ""'Jenl: Tevy Woolfe. ss 4, (,„.„ 10) tiufar Mn) High School Department. Class 1, (age 13) teacher, Mrs. If. Grossman, for scholarship and effort: Miss Joyce Pearlman, Miss Betty Lyons and M'ss Regina Loveman. High School 2, (age 14) teacher, Mrs. Sadie Weinberg. The entire class was regarded as the model class in the High School department, with Jerry Landfield receiving 'current event" honors. High School 3, (age 15) teacher, Mrs. I. M. Weinstefn and Mr. Nathan Zwitman, for co-operation: Miss Irma Bernstein, Morgan Levy and Richard Hodes. Hiirh School 4. (age 16) teacher, Mr. Nathan Zwitman and Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, for scholarship: Miss Renee Greenf'eld and Ja-k Rubin. For co-operation and deportment: Miss Myra Mirsky and Miss Frances Katz. GENERAL The radio programs which the Rabbis of the Temple and the officers of the Board recommend to the Jewish community are: "The Interfaith Community Forum," beginning its broadcasts this Saturday evening, November 5th, 1938 at 8:45 p. m., over Station WQAM, with Dr. Bradford and Dr. Kaplan explaining the aims of the Forum; and "The Jewish Hour,'' presented by the Rabbin.'cal Asso ciation of Greater Miami every Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p. in., over Station WIOD, with Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner in charge of f he program this Sunday, November 6th. To explain fully the significance of the fascist hostility to the Jews, %  t is not enough to say that the Jew has always been a scapegoat of men seeking absolute power. This is generally speaking true, but only because the Jew, by the very nature of his being and his tradition, must seek to uphold every ideal which the totalitarians oppose. His tradition is one of peace, liberty, human dignity, and the equality of the sexes; they stand for war, autocracy, the obliteration of the individual, and the subjection of woman. The significance of Judaism in this struggle for human progress so clearly recognized by its foes| has frequently been overlooked by h storians of civilization. They admit, as they necessarily must, that Judaism like Christianity, as a religion stands opposed to absolutism, militarism, and the reversion to barbarism. But they fail to 1 see how the individual Jew, who so frequently himself falls short of the ideals of his faith, could have contributed to their preservation in the world. It must be admitted that in this regard the foes of Judaism, whose insight has been sharpened by their enmity, have shown greater penetration and insight than the historians. The Jew, like the true Christian, is the bearer of liberal ideals, which have been inculcated in him and his fathers through a hundred generations. His lapse from the discipline of his faith and even his apostasy, cannot remove his deeply ingrained predilection for freedom, learning, and peace. As a result of this and other circumstances which will be described in future articles, it is quite true as Bertrand Russel' maintains that the Jew has pro luced in every age tribunes of the neople, to whom the world owes i large part of its conception of liberty. tion of the roads, the burning of the libraries, the reduction of world economy from highly developed Roman commerce and industry to a semi-barbarian form of agriculture, found the Jew still intent on copying ancient manuscripts compiling new works teaching his pupils, travelling from place to place and seeking to preserve communications between village and village, and between country and country. He did not as is commonly charged shun the land. On the contrary, whenever it was possible for him to do so he became a farmer, a planter, or f vintner. But he refused to barter away his freedom for a livel'hood; he would not accept serfdom as the price of security. When the advancing feudal system made independent land-ownership increasingly dangerous, he sold his ancestral possessions, rather than accept them at the hands of a feudal lord. In the anarchy of the early Middle Ages, this resistance to serfdom did not interfere with the status of the Jew. He was permitted to come and go; he was generally not only tolerated but welcomed. There were edicta issued prohibitng Jews from havng Christian servants and from mak(Continued on Page Seven) SOCIETY PAGE FIVE A FORMAL PROGRAM WELL ATTENDED A capacity house witnessed thepresentation of the annual formal opening program which Junior Hadassah held last Sunday. A fashion revue and play featured the program, with Miss Ette Silverman and Miss QprothyJLightman directing. The e/itire script was written by Miss Sarah Lightman who has recently returned from a trip to Palestine. Junior Hadassah is grateful to Miss Sarah Lightman for her efforts in this connection. The Miami unit presented gifta to the directors, Miss Silverman and Miss Dorothy Lightman in appreciation of their untiring efforts at the formal opening. Members of the cast presented corsages of roses to Miss Silverman, the Misses Lightman and Mrs. Irving Querido, president of the Miami unit. SJFV mftxsg THE Vm&ww AlRcotWlT/ONfl) IT PAYS TO GET THE BEST Iliac k Sand. MOclt. Marl or Mixed te!I, $1.00 a yrd,. Cow Manure, 3 b 11.00 Phono 4-4804. Agent will call. WOLPERT'S PURN I T U R E BARGAINS! Wr l| Bo Undersold 15 5 W. FLAGLER ST. PH0: agent to enable them to function at their best. This task fell to the Jew, who had already contributed so much to the ethics and religion of the world. The destroyKOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. 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I I' PAGE SIX TiMPA NOTES Paul Schwartz who has been spending a furlough in Tampa with his family, will leave Sunday for Langley Field, where he will resume his duties with the U. S. Air Corps. Mr. and Mrs. A. Mensh of Fellsmere, vfcited Mrs. Mench's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.Teckett, the past week. They will leave Friday. dassah entertained at its annual memership tea Sunday afternoon at the Floridian Hotel. Prospective members were the guests of hinor. The colors of the group, blue and white, were effectively used in the decorations. A stringed ensemble furnished music for the affair. About 150 guests called during the meeting. THE JgWgg FLOKIDIAM ganiied Sunday, October 17. Thirty girls and boys presented themselves on that occasion to become charter members. Sam Weber was temporary chairman. The next meeting of the "Juniors" will be held Sunday afternoon, October 30. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1 1938 Mr. and Mrs. Herman AronoviU announce the Bar Mitivah of their son, Alfred Irving Aronovitz. Friday night and Saturday at Temple Rodoph Sholom. A reception will be held Sunday afternoon from 3:00 until 5:00 o'clock at their home. Edward Einstein died Thursday night at the Municipal Hospital after an illness of a week. Interment was in the Jewish Cemetery, Rabbi Adolph Burger officiating. Survivors are his mother, Mrs. Rose Einstein, his wife, Mrs. Rose Einstein, a son. Paul Einstein, a daughter. Miss Kyla Einstein, and two sisters. Miss Pauline Einstein and Mrs. Ethel Amsel of New York. Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Lipshitz, of New York, recently arrived in this city to make it their home. Members of the Junior Hadassah had their second meeting of the season on Thursday night at the Hotel Floridian. New officers presided, they being: Mrs. Dave Pennan, president; Miss Ruth Finman, first vice-president; Mrs. Nathan Poller. second vice-president; Mrs. Max Juster, treasurer; Mrs. Manuel Buchman. corresponding secretary; Miss Florence Abramovitz. recording secretary. Committee chairmen are Miss Rae Freemin, publicity; Mrs. Julius Silverman, membership; Mrs. Rae Freeman, publicity; Mrs. JulPoller, cultural; Mrs. Nathan Lutz, music; Mrs. Jay MarkowiU. Jewish National Fund; Mrs. Oscar Verkauf, social; Mrs. Louis Buchman. hospitality; Miss Ruth Simon, Palestine. Members of the board are Mrs. J. Enables. Miss Elizabeth AronoviU, Mrs. Al Weiss and Mrs. Russell Bernheim. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Temple Rodoph Sholom will give a Hallowe'en carnival next Sunday night at the Y. M. H. A. A floor show will be presented. Booths will be arranged for refreshments and entertainment features and dancing will be held. A light supper will be served at 6:00 o'clock. Those in charge of arrangements are: Mrs. A. M. Wolfson, Mrs. I. Abramovitz. Mrs. I. Segall, Mrs. I. Leibmann, Mrs. R. Bernheim. Mrs. L Buchman. Mrs. Morris Stein. Mrs. Oscar inman, Mrs. Fred Perlman. Mrs. I. Wohl. Mrs. M. J. Kasrlel and Mrs. M. Buchman. Arrangements for a tea-dance to be given November 6th by the Tampa Section. National Council of Jewish Juniors, were made at their last meeting. Miss Clarice Steinberg. Miss Henrietta Waterman and Miss Simona Rosenfeld are in charge of the party which will honor new and prospective members. The affair will be given at the Villa Del Rio. Mrs. Nathan Lutz. Mrs. Marcus I Cohen and Mrs. Max Juster will serve as Junior Council sponsors, this year. Miss Ruth Shine will j have charge of the program at the November meeting at the home of Miss Jane Meyers, when "National Peace" will be the topic. Council Sabbath will be oserved next month at Temple Schaarai Zedek. Mr. Jay MarkowiU who has been active in basket-ball and other forms of athletics for a number of years, has accepted membership on the troop committee of BoyScout Troop 14. Mrs. Ernest Maas was elected to the tri-aUte Sisterhood meeting in Macon, Ga., November 9th to 11th at a meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple Schaarai Zedek. Mrs. Sol Maas was chosen as alternate. Mrs. Jules W. Bragin will have a meeting of the program committee. St. Petersburg Miss Gerry Cohen spent last week-end in Tampa visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weissman. The Young Judeans held their Hallowe'en party Sunday night at the home of Willie and Louis Abrams. The house was decorated w th Hallowe'en festivities and a buffet supper was served. Jerome Goldberg won the prize for the funniest costume. Leon Young won the Professor Quizz contest. Rita Okun and Gerry Cohen are attending the A. Z. A. weiner roast in Tampa Tuesday night as the guests of Solly Kotler and Irvin Peckett. The Judaic Council held their first card party of the season last Sunday night at the Congregation. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Pauline Esrick, Mrs. Evelyn Goldman and Mrs. Evelyn Fyvolent. The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society of the Congregation B'nai Israel will hold their annual election Tuesday night. The Jewish Youth Council held their Hallowe'en party on Monday night at the Embassy Club. The house was decorated in Hallowe'en colors and games and prizes enterUined the members and their guests. The next meeting will be held Thursday night. !. 1.1. L WES (Continued from Page Four) few weeks. (More deUils will be given in this column next week.) William Shayne, exalted ruler of the Miami Lodge of Elks and President of our Board of Governors will act as installing officer. On Tuesday evening, November 8th, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will deliver his last lecture in a series of Ulks entitled: "Legalism in Israel." Those who were privileged to hear Rabbi Mescheloff a short while ago will be glad to learn of his Ulk next Tuesday. The manner in which he treats his subject and the informality of his discussions have gained for the Rabbi many admirers. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS November 7—Meeting of Junior Division. Mrs. Ida Optner, president Ladies Auxiliary' of the Jewish Welfare Board, will deliver an address. November 8—Cultural meeting. Rabbi Mescheloff will talk on "Legal'sm in Israel." November 9—Lecture by Dr. Kugel: "Slow Up and Live." NEWS AROUND TOWN Mrs. Ruben Lubel and Mrs. Harry Schwartz are recuperating from a recent illness. Where are you? Molly Apte, Mrs. Janet Blan, Betty Tobias, Ethel Lipowsky, Jean Goldstein, Lillian Falk, Beatrice Zimerick, Mrs. M. Feinberg and others who have been noticeably missed at the Y. W. H. A, meetings—Hows about getting back into the fold? The Tampa Chapter Junior HaUnder the tutelage of Jack Weissman, the Y. M. H. A. basketball team has started practice and hold regular sessions at the "Y" gym every Thursday evening and Sunday afternoons. Thanks to the efforts of Mr. Jay Markowitz and Mr. Sam Weber members of the Y. M. H. A. Board of Directors, a Junior "Y" was orSTORAGE—STORAGE FiainfaKe Room Free Access I'KIVATK STALLS. $1; $1.50; $_' per IIMHU... rTRNlTVRE rack*. H.M; IJ. It ioi m Mih I'KIVATK ROOMS, $.'., $7 50. $10 per month Run and atattWt Rooms l.atK.-r amounts. i.en storage. lc Clt. ft. STORAGE WAREHOUSE CO. Jl X. E. tod Ave. Photie J-1I0S and we >vlll pick them up. TALKING ABOUT THE FEDERATION Upon listening to comment hither and yon I am inclined to voice a huge approval to that fine group of men comprising the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, who have been working diligently in their efforts to bring a united Jewish front in the Greater Miami area. Personally I feel there is no room for personalities where a problem of such great importance concerning the cmomunity is involved. My best wishes to iU complete success. socim CONVALESCES AT HOME Mr. Max Mintzer, active in the work of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is convalescing at his home from a recent operation. • • • PEACE PROGRAM TO BE PRESENTED The Sisterhood of Temple Lrael following itt meeting called for Monday, November 7th at 2:00 p. m. o'clock, in Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel, will present a special peace program to which members of all the Sisterhoods and Ladies Auxiliaries of Greater Mianv Congregations are cordially invited to attend. Appropriate musical selections for the play to be pre-, nted, entitled "The Women's League of Nations" will be heard. In the cast will be Mesdames Benjamin Bronston, Tobias Simon, Leo Huberman, Leonard Wien, Hanry D. Williams, Gordon Davis, Max Dobrin. Herbert Simon, Sam Katt, Adolph Wertheimer, A. M. Rder, Leo Stein, E. Max Goldstein. J. B. Margolis, Morris Cowen and Albert Rosenthal. • • • HADASSAH SABBATH TO BE OBSERVED Hadassah Sabbath will be observed in the Greater Miami area with spec'al services at the various synagogues. Friday r.i?ht Mra. Anna Brenner Mankes will speak on "Hadassah" at the services in Beth David Congregation; Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will devote a portion of his sermon to Hadassah; Saturday morning Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will -peak on Hadassah at the services in Beth Jacob Congregation; at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Rabbi Abraham Kellner will speak on Hadassah at the Saturday morning service. All members of Hadassah are urged to attend the services at the respective congregations. E. H. JACKSON REFRIGERATOR SERVICE COMMERCIAL AND DOMESTIC AIR CONDITIONING Exper' work on all makes of K-frlferatora at reasonable pi aa Office Phone S-3S71: Bealden• Mm 24 N. W. 4th STREET WhipuButter A Butter. 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FRIDAY, MOVEMBEB 4, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORinTAW CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 136 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi—1029 N. W. First Street Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2178 PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR Daily Services at 7:00 a. m., and 5:30 p. m. Sabbath Services — Satur day morning at 8:80. Junior Congregation ServicesSaturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—3:15 to 6:15 p. m. Sunday School—Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Bar Mitzvah Group—Sunday at 9:00 a. m. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES Ti.icoming Sabbath has been designated as "Hadassah Sabbath." Betfc David will hold its Late Friday Evening Services dedicating ervices to "Hadassah Ideology." The guest speaker representing the local chapter of Ha. will be Mrs. Anna Brenner Mankes, who visited Palestine about one year ago and will speak on the subject: "Palestine—as I Saw It." Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak briefly and Cantor Hajrman d by the Beth David choir will chant the prayers. We especially urge Zionists and Hadassah members to be present. JUNIOR SERVICES Once again we ask parents to show an interest in the spiritual welfare of their children by having them attend services every Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock. The children derive much more out of these services than one can anticipate. It helps to create a definite religious outlook in the minds of the children, and we cannot stress sufficient importance of these Junior Services. A STATEMENT We are delighted to note the fine response of parents whose children attend our religious institution to affiliate themselves with our Congregation. We are extremely anxious that every parent who is financially able, to become a member rather than to make it compulsory for us to charge a tuition fee for each child. We ask your manifestation of loyalty toward our institution by doing so. Please attend to it at once. PAGE SEVEN B'NAI B'RITH BRIEFS Just a little reminder to all B'nai B'rith minded brethren and to the ones that should be B'nai B'rith minded; that nothing succeeds like success; and to obtain a reach that goal we must emphasize the importance of your paying your dues when dues are due. If you have not already paid your dues, we urge you to pay them today, because without your dues we cannot do much or little, and truly speaking we belong to B'nai B'rith for no other purpose than to promote and do all that is noble and grand and crush and destroy all that is indecent and evil. We all admire and value one that helps to convert all noble dreams into reality; won't you be one of them? It is not so difficult, just pay your dues when they become due. IT HAPPENED BEFORE (Continued from Pate Fire) ing proselytes, and some of the Spanish and French rulers attempted to force Jews to accept Baptism. But the first major perition of the Jews in Western Europe occurred no earlier than the year 1096, fully six centuries after Rome had fallen into the har, i of the barbarians, and antiBemitism did not reach its moat humiliating stage until the Fourth Lstoar, Council, in the year 1215, *b.T Jews were commanded to •ear special clothes and particu Isrly i he yellow badge. JEWS KEPT LEARNING ALIVE Throughout the centuries separating the destruction of Rome Worn the beginning of Jewish persecution, the Jew contributed in n amazing manner to the preservation of ancient learning, commerce, and understanding. Beitius. the last truly great mind of the Western Roman Empire, waa Wfuted in the year 525; and then the lamp of learning was definite!y extinguished in the western world. "But for the people of Is*e1 there was light in all their taxations." We findthe Jews f the Rhine country using Ara%  •k words in their daily traffic and business, proving that even in the oarkest hours of the mediaev l period they retained commerf 'l as well as learned contact with th *ir brethren in Palestine and wbylonia. We have records of lewl and ritualistic questions which tae European Jews sent to the M*r seats of learning, and the an** which they received. Above •f'. as we shall M in future ar*!, the Jewa of these early generations laid the foundations for '" &f intricate system of Institutional life, communal self-government, and scientific education, which is so well reflected in the literature of the tenth and eleventh centuries. Even before the rise of the Mohammedan world the Jew was prepared to serve as an intermediary between it and the darkened countries of Europe. Donnolo, the famous scholar of Southern Italy; Isaac Israeli, the physician of North Africa, whose books were consulted by all medical men until the time of Harvey, in the sixteenth century; and above all, Maimonides, who helped lift European thought from its early slough to the heights of Albertus Magnus, Thomas Aquinos, and Duns Scotus, were but the final links in a long chain, which had its origin in the very beginning of European Jewish life. It is a sombre but instructive thought, that the very achievement Now I shall tell you a little that I know of the faults and drawbacks, or retards, or still better the tremendous setback a "slow paying member" causes to B'nai B'rith: first, we cannot fulfill our chairman's request for needed amounts for worth-while purposes; second, our willing workers are busy with collecting past due dues and consequently cannot do any other work. Third, we cannot concentrate on new members. Would we give the willing workers a fair opportunity they might have been fortunate not only in bringing in many new members, but to find another : Like most admired Ike Levin. Another, like the very splendid, Elry Stone. Another, so scientific, Harry Simonhoff. Another sound thinker, Abe Aronovitz. Another so much beloved Stanley C. Myers. Another gentleman speaker, E. Albert Pallott. Another energetic Matthew S. Bandler. Another tireless, Leo Eisenstein. Another generous Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Another dignified Jack Abbott. SOCIETY NOMINATIONS ARE HELD Last Tuesday night members of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation gathered at the synagogue to hear reports of the activities of the Congregation during the past year, with Mr. H. M. Drevich presiding. Rabbi Kellner reported on the progress of the Sunday School and Talmud Torah. Following a report of the nominating committee, E. Al. Pallot and George Chertkof were unanimously chosen for the offices of recording and financial secretaries. Mr. H. M. Drevich will be opposed for reelection by Mr .Philip Berkowitz. Contesting for sixteen vacancies on the Board of Directors will be thirty candidates. Electioh of officers and directors will be held Tuesday evening, November 15th. NEW PRODUCT IS ANNOUNCED The Land-O-Sun Dairies announces a new product in our columns this week. A favorite in the large Northern cities, Whipt-Butter, made of the finest grade of sweet butter and whipped, will now be available to local consumers through their grocers and delicatessen stores or direct from the route men of the Land-O-Sua dairies. necessary. Won't you co-operate? and, by so doing you will also give our willing workers the opportunity (which every one so rightfully deserves,) the honor and privilege to search and find all worthy candidates. We need that all— and to you cherished willing workers, I must say if you are not Got Behit fortunate enough in finding the exact duplicate like the bunch of fine men I pointed out, the nearest candidate is still worth more than your efforts in searching and finding. And while you are on your searching tour, please notice our A. Z. A. prospects. They are a part and parcel of B'nai B'rith, do not overlook them. And with this earnest and sincere thought in mind I will conclude wishing you all success and suggest that we do this fine piece of work all together and do it welL So long. —BENJAMIN LE VINE, The Fault Finder. IS TODAY'S WAT TO BETTER SIGHT Light Conditioning is neither mysterious nor expensive-it ia I merely having bulbs of proper wattage in the right kind oi lamps for whatever eye work you do. A fro* sight meter test will demonstrate what your house needs to make your lighting safe for your ayes. Call on ns for in* formation. uiiEimr IUICIIIIIIW1MI %  •Ml 11(1 11.75 tt.lf.a- Mr laws of their mission, the intellectual elevation of Europe and the restoration of world commerce, brought on the Jews the fearful calamities of the mediaeval persecution. It was not barbarian, but semi-civilized Europe, which dealt the Jew the fearful blows of the Crusades, the successive expulsions, and the continually increasing degradation. The ancient literature which the lew had helped revive contained, together with life-giving wisdom, the deadly virus of anti-Semitism and race-hatred. Side by aide with the studies of Plato were to be found the bitter calumnies of Apion. Like the fisherman in the Arabic tale, the Jew had released a fearful genie which threatened to destroy him; but unlike the Arab, the Jew had neither the will nor the power to reimprison this newly discovered enemy. Can you stretch your imagination what B'nai B'rith could accomplish or to what height we could rise with a double set of men like the ones I just mentioned, and the many that I have failed to mention? I will confess that th"s is beyond my grasp. But this much I can safely say, they are all worth searching for. I know that this is much to wish for, and much more difficult to find, but worth your while, my while, and worth every one's while and effort to obtain and gain our aim. I will repeat again, please, alow payers I beg of you to pay your dues and help to maintain and uphold the high aim and B'nai B'rith standard. I am pleading with you to be fair and do not hold back the "band-wagon" that some one is always pulling and you are riding on, or enjoy the fruits that the unselfish, tireless willing leaders and workers are toiling, procuring, and producing for all; and you have not as yet realized or you have overlooked or forgotten to say as much as thank you: instead you feel very much put out when you are asked to join the B'nai B'rith, or asked for the tittle dues which you did not pay, and which is so GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION -ami r 1010 ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM KUm t)-lolZ 515 WASHINGTON AVENUE SAVE with SAFEjTY Place Your Savings Where They, Will Receive Federal Protection and a Good Return We Have jm Q7 On Always Paid £^ Ar} Savings EACH ACCOUNT INSURED UP TO $5,000 PHONE 3-2652 INSOm SAVMCS A LtAJtf DHDfc fFDlRRL Snvt(iCs MPD w3Qn assnciP'ion OF rr.iamt Crauna* f Isar Coajrszi ilalj^ Ml R. E. Sccsna) Hvn, 1 J. M. 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1% ^cfflg ll.-NUMBER 43 B N AI B'RITH TO HOLD MEETING An important meeting of the lfc.1 B'nai B'rith Lodge will be ^d it Beth David Talmud Torah jjjj next Tuesday evening, Nowmber 8th, beginning at 8:16 1 0 c ] 0f i( when important business 11 be presented for action. The Lwnatinjc committee will present jtt report and nominations will also follow from the floor. Baron de Hirf.h Meyer will give a report 4 : he recent meeting which orpuiied the Southern Region of the Joint Distribution Committee. Mr. Harry Simonhoff will report [the student union activities at L University of Florida and the Florida State College for Women. |A report of the anti-Defamation Lmmittee regarding the Hamburg [American Line with startling revlilations will be presented during %  tie evening. Other important liMf.ir? will be disclosed. All laembers are urged to attend. Retshments will be served followthe business meeting. ntl rih Jewish fUintty Jggg. rLb^ATFRmAY NnVT.MT gP A 10 o ft Proves Germany Far Weaker Than In 1914 Vf* York. (WNS)—In an artlwritten in answer to recent ixi assertions that the Reich Is onomically prepared for a long i, Dr. Max Winkler, author and ancial expert asserted that Geriny, defeated by a weak econo! structure in the World War, is %  measurably poorer today than in U. "It is of course true that Gerany during the past several fears succeeded in accumulating nte stocknf supplies essential >ar," Bit, Dr. Winkler points German exports dropped from Utt.000.non marks in 1914 to lll.000.Onn marks in 1988, a Ion 42.88 percent. Imports o\-er same paried dropped from 11,*,000,0OO to 5,468,000,000, a drop 53.16 percent. German foreign &f stments have dropped 88.3 pt-i while federal debt haa in*d 281 percent. The German 1 Mock has decreased 84.27. and ** in circulation have increased Ml percent. Thus, explains Dr. !r. Germany's monetary is to all intents and purposi wholly unprotected, there being than one mark of real money every ,ne hundred marks in %  wkttion. MIAMI JEWRY VOICES APPEAL Joining hundreds of cities throughout the United States, Greater Miami Jewry gathered last Wednesday night at Temple Israel where they heard vivid descriptions of the tortures and indignities heaped upon the Jews in Germany and Austria from Dr. Stanley C. Lowell, pastor of the Tamiami Temple who visited there several months ago. He brought his hearers to a pitch of fervor when he urged that everything be done to Impress Great Britain with the fact that every available home for the refugee be kept open, particularly Palestine. Others who spoke were Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Max Shapiro, president of the Greater Miami Zionist District, under whose auspices the meeting was held. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman and Isidor Zukernick who presented resolutions to memorialize President Roosevelt to intercede with Great Britain. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff offered the invocation and Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner pronounced the benedict : on. Sidney L Segall, vice-president of the Zionist District, presided. Vocal selections were of; fered by Rose Mary Gerson. All local organisations co-operated, including B'nai B'rith, the Young Men's Hebrew Association, Hadassah, Junior Hadassah, Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women and the Pioneer Women's Club. PRICE FIVE CENTS American Jewish Congress Ado pts Resolutions APPEAL FOR UNITED ACTION Wfhts of Columbus k To Help Preserve destine Mandate Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agency)—Urging a united front of all Jewish parties in the present grave emergency threatening the very existence of the Jewish National Home in Palestine, members of the Smaller Actions Committee, addressing the meeting of that body, stressed the need for a complete unity of views, the blurring of all party differences, and appealed for joint effort on the part of the entire Jewish people against the dangers threatening it. It was decided to issue a manifesto to the Jews of the Diaspora to summon plenary action whenever it might be required and to adopt a series of other activities for the assistance of the Jewish Agency Executive in the present struggle. "TRUTH ABOUT JEWS" ISSUED AsheviUe. N. c., (WNS)—The (national) board of "•to of Columbus concluded its *• meeting here by calling • Resident Roosevelt to uae iwernment's full influence to the Palestine Mandate jwnteeing u> Jews the right to *•**• n d protection in that ANNUAL DANCE TO BE GALA AFFAIR The seventh annual dance sponsored by the Young Men's Hebrew Association for the benefit of its building fund will be one of the outstanding events in recent years according to the plans announced by E. Albert Pallot chairman of the committee in charge. To be modeled after a Holly'wood premiere, the Civic Center Ballroom will be gaily decorated, and a loud speaker system provided so that as guests enter they will be presented to the public. Moving pictures will be taken of the guests arriving, and of the activities during the entire evening. Two major bands will play during the evening to insure that there will be no single moment of inactivity, with numerous stars of the stage, screen and radio making^ their appearance during the course of the evening to entertain the guests. Committees are working to make the annual journal a souvenir well worth having and retaining as a memento of the event. Because of the necessity of providing an adequate home for the voung and old and an opportunity to engage in wholesome cultural and recreational activities in the proper surroundings It is hoped that sufficient fund, will be raised so that plan, for the erection e proper athletic facilities may be Cincinnati—As a starter in its "The Truth About the Jews" educational campaign, the Union of Hebrew Congregations has issued a new pamphlet, "Contributions of Judaism to Modem Society," by Rabbi Abraham J. Feldman of Hartford, Conn. It will be distributed by the Union's newly-organized National Committee on Public Information About Jews and Judaism. Contributions of Judaism, Rabbi Feldman maintains, equal the sum total of the teachings, beliefs, principles of life and conduct of the Jewish people rather than contributions of individual Jews in diverse fields. The author declares that Judaism with its teachings of moral discipline and human brotherhood has its own place in the world today. immediately begun to be followed by the erection of the first unit in what will eventually be a modern and proper home for a real community center. The event will be held at the Miami Civic Center (Cinderella Ballroom) on Sunday night, December 18th. TUNE IN SUNDAY MORNING AT 9:00 The Jewish Floridian will again present another in its series of weekly broadcasts this coming Sunday morning over Station WKAT (1600 k.c) at 9:00 o'clock. It's chock full of interestnews, comments and music. ^ New York, (WNS)—The 550 delegates to the 1938 session of the American Jewish Congress at the Biltmore Hotel here, heard two powerful pleas: One, by Dr. Nathan Goldman, chairman of the Administration Committee of the World Jewish Congress, whose keynote was Judaism's self-defense in the face of catastrophe; the other, by Senator Robert F. Wagner, who implored the Christian world not to be misled into believing that the war of intolerance is "directed only against Jews." Dr. Goldman, who was the principal speaker at the afternoon session of the Congress, came here from Geneva to bring to American Jews a description of what life in Europe is for millions and, together with the representatives of American Jewry, to help organize aid for stricken Jewry throughout the world. "Measured by the tragedy of our predicament," Dr. Goldman asserted, "and the fundamental threat to our existence, our so-called Jewish politics and philanthropy are less than nothing." Another distinguished visitor from abroad to address the Conference was Mr. Baruch Zuckerman, member of the Administrative Committee of the World Jewish Congress who, after spending a year and a half in Poland, brought to the Congress session a special report of the conditions under which 3,150,000 Jews in Poland live. The 550 delegates from 30 states in the United States attending the American Jewish Congress session in New York issued a pledge to persecuted Jews in many sections of the world never to "sign a Munich pact with their destructive oppressors." And this, too, was the keynote sounded in the opening addresses to the Conference by Dr. Stephen S. Wise, President, and Louis Lipsky, Vice-Preaident of the American Jewish Congress. Mrs. E. K. Morrow presented a message from her husband, Dr. E. K. Morrow, president of Kansas Wesleyan University. The Hon. M. Maldwin Fertig, chairman of the National Board of Elections, announced that the session brought together four hundred delegates elected on June 25th, 26th and 27th, throughout the United States, by direct democratic vote in which 351,674 ballots were cast, and 150 representatives of 26 leading national organizations. The declaration read and adopted by a viva voca vote, after its presentation in English by Mr. Lipsky and in Yiddish by Dr. Chaim Greenberg, stated: "We boldly declare that the Jewish people have earned the right to work and to create in the lands in which they live; they have the right to equality of rights. Thru centuries of suffering and humiliation and oppression, of work and sacrifice and contribution to the making of modern civilisation, they have acquired rights which have been registered in law and corenCzech Government Not Anti-Semitic Prague, (WNS)—The Czech Government is definitely maintaining its stand against anti-Semitism in spite of pressure from Berlin which is responsible for the granting of permission for circulation of nine Nazi newspapers and the sale of Chancellor Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf." Prague police raided the Union of Czech doctors and confiscated anti-Jewish circulars, and the Government banned a meeting of the Chamber of Lawyers which had been scheduled to discuss introduction of an "Aryan paragraph" in its constitution. Some shopkeepers are removing the inscriptions "Jews Not Welcome Here" which have been affixed to their shops without their consent. Meanwhile, the more than 100 men, women and children living in "no-man's land," the narrow strip of land not yet assigned to either Czechoslovakia or Germany will be removed to a nearby abandoned factory, where they will at least be sheltered. Thirty or forty of the most urgent cases will be allotted visas recently received from England, France and Scandinavia. A work camp for refugees is being established by Jewish organizations, which will be situated '*) miles from Berne and will ultimately be turned into an "immigrants' camping place" for temporarily sheltering refugees and giving them vocational training. The Czech Government is said to favor the plan. J. W. V. To Broadcast On Armistice Day New York, (WNS)—The Annual Armistice Service of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States will be broadcast over the coast to coast network of the Mutual Broadcasting System on Friday, November 11, 1938 at 3:30 p. m., Eastern Standard Time. The speakers will be Col. William R. Arnold, Chief of Chaplains, War Department; Captain Robert D. Workman, Head of the Chaplains Division, Navy Department; Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland, Ohio, National Chaplain, Jewish War Veterans and Isador S. Worth of New Jersey, National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans. Music will be furnished by the U. S. Army Band. ant. This right we shall never renounce and claim until it is satisfied. We look forward to the day; when freedom and equality will become the law of all Ufa and we propose to summon the help of all liberal and democratic forces in* burning out the poison of hatred and intolerance which have been! introduced. It is our purpose to>J fight without relenting against enforced emigration. W deny the I right of any land forc ibly to expel) its citizens. Nor shall we abando the position we have established irt Palestine which we occupy aa a matter of ritfht and not on sufferance." 1



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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH TLORIDIAN FRIDAY, NOVEMBER i IKM MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 8. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBIS RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. ISth Court; Phone 3-5192 LADIES AUXILIARY What promises to be the most successful season for the Ladies' Auxiliary will be inaugurated with two affairs next week, both of outstanding importance. We respectfully invite the many friends of our Congregation to come and join us at these and at every other enterprise arraigned by our Congregation or its auxiliary groups. CAFETERIA SUPPER Our second annual cafeteria supper will take place this Sunday evening. November 6th from 5:30 p. m., on; at the Y. M. H. A. buildin*. 1567 Southwest Fifth Street. The committee headed by Mrs. Leo Axelrod is sparing no effort to assure the comfort and delight of all those who will join us at this splendid affair. There will be a wide variety of choice, hot and cold plates, drinks and pastries, fruit. etc. Prices will be most reasonable and accommodations will be made for families and people desirous of sitting together, and the latter part of the evening will be devoted to games. All proceeds of this affair will go for the benefit of our Talmud Torah, every true friend of our Congregation will be there. OPEN MEETING PLANNED Honoring the new members who have recently affiliated themselves with our Auxiliary, a reception has been planned on Tuesday night November 8th at the synagogue. A splendid program, fine entertainment and refreshments have been prepared by • committee headed by Mrs. Samuel Tannenbaum. thus assuring our friends of a pleasant and delightful evening to be long remembered. All sisters and their friends are most welcome. Cantor Victor Jacoby will render several vocal selections. SI NDAY SCHOOL Starting with this Sunday, November 6th, a new plan will be inaugurated to meet the ever growing demands of our rapidly increasing school. According to this new arrangement the senior division comprising the upper five grades will meet in the assembly at 10:00 o'clock, which the junior division consisting of the lower five grades will simultaneously meet in class. The following assignments have been made for the two assemblies. In the Junior division. Miss Marsha Harris of the Kindergarten will be in charge of order and arrangements; Mrs. Geo. Chertkof of Class 1 will preside; Miss Naomi Grossman of Class 2 will teach customs and ceremonies; Miss Mildred Berkowitx of Class 3 will be in charge of plans and projects; Miss Shirley Pepper o! Class 4 will be in charge of poems and songs; Miss Rose Levine will be in charge of plays and presentations in the Junior Division. In the Senior Assembly, the following teachers will be in charge: Mrs. Samuel Shindell of Class 5, section 1. will take charge of order and arrangements. Mrs. Louis Katz of Class 5. section 2. will assume charge of plans and projects. Mrs. Leo Axelrod of Class 6, sectional, songs and recitations. Mrs. Samuel Tannenbaum of Class 6. section 2. plays and dramatizations. Rabbi Kellner will teach customs and ceremonies. HABANOTH NEWS Pursuant with the policy and ideal* of the Habanoth movement the pioneer chapter of Miami has worked out an extensive cultural program for the fall season. One hour of every meeting will be set aside for a discussion of current Jewish events and a talk on a contemporary Jewish problem or historical subject as well as a class : n Jewish customs and ceremonies. An outstanding evening of this splendid unit will be celebrated in a proper and befitting manner. The program will depict in a series of tableau; the growth and ideals of Habanoth and there will also be a program of entertainment. HABANOTH BUDS A reception in honor of the newly formed organization of HabTHE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) Those who attended the General Membership meeting at the Y. last Wednesday were pleasantly amazed at the progress made at the Y. Old-timers, new members and visitors were surprised to learn of the many activities our Executive Director have inaugurated. Reports were received from each division as to the progress of the respective groups, as follows: Senior Women's Division: Mrs. Marion Sh : ndell; Junior Division: Miss Ray Shochet; Boy Scouts: Stanton Halpert; Girl Scouts: Miss Eleanor Marcus; Glee Club: Jerry Bass; Dramatic Club: Miss Dorothy Lightman; A. Z. A.: Dr. Harold Rand; Spanish Class: Prof. Jules De Luce. Maurice Grossman, our Executive Director, after giving a short resume of the accomplishments of all divisions, presented an architect's plans for an athletic field. Later that evening the Board of Directors appointed Nat Blumberg. Harry Schwartz and Leon •moth Buds will be held at the home of the sponsor. Mrs. George Chertkof. 1536 N. W. 6th Street on Tuesday. November 8th at 4:00 p. m.. Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner and Mrs. Ida Buckstein will be guests of honor. On Tuesday. November 15th, weekly Hebrew classes will be inaugurated and members of the chapter will thus be able to combine social activities and cultural pursuits. Membership is open to girls between ages of 9 and 12. and those desirous of joining are cordially invited to the reception. REFUO SHLEMO We extend our best wishes for a speedy recovery to our dear friend and sister, Mrs. Louis Rubin, w'th the hope that we shall soon be able to welcome her back in to the ranks of our active membership. JEWISH RADIO HOUR This Sunday. November 6th. will find Rabbi Kellner on the Jewish Radio Hour on Stat on WIOD at 3:30 p. m. His subject will be: "Twenty Years of Armistice But Not a Day of Peace." Lieberman as an advisory committee to assist Mr. Grossman with the details. Saturday night, October 22, the Executive Director organized a new group of boys and girls between the ages of thirteen and sixteen years. Miss Jane Davis and Mrs. Maurice Grossman we re sponsors. This division will have a cultural as well as social program. It is also planned to have a dancing instructor teach. A sponsor from the Senior Division will be present at each meeting. Communicate with the Executive Director if you want your son or daughter to join this group. Wednesday evening, November 9th, Dr. Morris Kugel will deliver a lecture on diseases of the heart entitled: "Slow Up and Live." We suggest that you come early in order that you may be assured of a seat. Many of the outstanding physicians of the vicinity will be present. Dr. Kugel will conduct a public forum after the lecture. Lou Safan will act as chairman. Everybody at the "Y" is "Seventh Annual Dance Conscious." Through the capable leadership of Al Pallot, the committee is making rapid strides. Members of every division are soliciting and the results are encouraging. We again appeal to our friends to help us along with the Journal. We are doing this for your benefit. If you have attended any recent affairs at the "Y" you have no doubt seen that our accommodations are not sufficient. The proceeds of the dance will go to the building fund for a new community center. Again the Jun : or Division has shown the results of the able leadership of our Executive Director. Sometime ago a committee of the Board of Directors met with a committee of the other divisions in the "Y" with a view of having each of the latter groups undertake and sponsor financially one of the many "Y" projects. 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~—__ PAGE EIOHT THE JEWISH ELOBIPIAN BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi MAURICE Q. MAMCHES. Cantor 625 Michigan Avenue 712 Michigan Avenue Phone 6-1128 'Phone S-2013 DIVINE SERVICES Daily at 6:15 p. m., and ot 7:00 and 8:00 a. m. Sabbath: Friday evening at 5:15; Saturday morning at 8:30; Saturday afternoon at B:30. Rabbi Mestneliff will preach this Saturday morning on: "Tales of a Wanderer." He will speak on the "Portion of l.he Week" at Shalosh S'oodoss. The Cantor will chant the services. Everyone is cordially wexome. | WELCOME We at glad to welcome into iur synagogu&jaafl synagogual activities all our Beach tourists. It is with pleasure that we see again the old faces, and with anticipation that we meet the new. SISTERHOOD MEETING Our Sisterhood will open its first meeting of this season on Monday, November 7th at 2:00 p. m., Mrs. B. H. London presiding. An important meeting at which the program of activities for the year will be discussed, will be followed by an entertaining program in which the Rabi and Cantor and others will participate. Members, prospective members and friends are all urged to attend. The 2:00 o'clock meeting will be preceded by a meeting of the Board of Directors at 1:00. THANKSGIVING INSTALLATION DINNER The Sisterhood is planning a Thanksgiving dinner at which the new officers will be installed. Details will be revealed at the Sisterhood meeting. HABANOTH ACTIVITIES At the last meeting of the Habanoth held Monday evening at the synagogue, plans were discussed for a mother's -daughter's latke party to be held during the week of Chanukah. Rabbi Mescheloff read a two-act comedy, "A Chanukah in Palestine," which he wrote especially for the Habanoth of Miami Beach. It was received enthusiastically by the girls, the sponsor, Mr. M. Mescheloff and Mr. I. D. Spivak and Mr. A. L. Mechlowitx who were present. Parts were distributed at the close of the meeting. The Habanoth Chanukah Entertainment will be presented Sunday evening, December 18th. Tickets are on sale now. The price is nominal. Estimates for the Parochess and Caporess to be presented to the synagogue for the new ark by the Habanoth have been sought. The order will soon be placed. The official presentation of this gift will be announced shortly. The next meeting will be held at the synagogue next Monday evening. SCOUTS The Boy Scout troop meets every Tuesday evening. The Girl Scout troop meets every Wednesday evening. Those desiring to join are asked to come at that time to the synagogue. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL The opening sessions of our Sunday sessions held last Sunday morning were most gratifying in every respect. Our splendid teaching staff welcomed the large registration. Books were distributed, work was begun. At the assembly —to which adults are invited—the Rabbi welcomed all students, and Mr. A. L. Mechlowitz, Mr. I. D. Spivak and Mr. M. Feit gave expressions of greeting. Our Sunday Sessions are open to non-memebrs as well as members. Please register your child this Sunday morning, so that class progress may not be retarded by late registrants. Sessions are held every Sunday morning from 10:00 to 12:00. Hebrew School registration has broken all records for this time of year. Register your child for daily instruction an yafternoon between the hours of four and seven. NOW OPEN JOE'S BROADWAY Delicatessen & Restaurant FULL COURSE DINNERS SERVriD FROM 5:00 P. M. TO 9:30 P. M. TASTY SANDWICHES OF ALL KINDS SPECIA L LUNCHEONS — DELICIOUS TRY our special luncheon served from 11:30 until 3:00 P M or one of our home-cooked Full Course Dinners served from 5:00 until 9:30 P. M. You will find dining here a distinct pleasure and the food quality and service excellent. JOE '0, the most popular meeting and eating place on the Beach, remains open until 1:00 A. M. Here, at any time of the day or evening you will find the largest assortments of delicious sandwiches ... a complete line of the finest Delicatessen Products manufactured by E. Oreenbaum Co. All Pies, Cakes and Pastries baked on the premises. REMEMBER, Joe Specializes In All Kinds of Sandwiches and Caters to Wedding*. Bridge and Fishing Parties DELIVERY SERVICE OFFERED ANYWHERE ON THE BEACH 1425 Washington Ave.—Phone 5-4576 JOE PERLMAN, PROP. ^- Bnrton H. MM President He says:— Tamiami Trail Tours, Inc. of Florida ItMJJo/uda FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 19M Hit rrTfil who is waging tke campaign to give all of Florida a large glaaa of Orange or Grapefruit Juice The "slices** show the towns that are already 100% or fast approaching it in selling: Florida's delicious Citrus Juices at a nickel for a large glass. It is hoped that all towns get on the honor roil within ten days. Atlantic Ocean Baths Million Dollar Pier Miami Beach 1 1 I I hi I %  i 1 i Hot and Cold Ocean Salt Water Baths Soaping Rubbing Massaging mmmim/mmm/mm TURKISH STEAM BATHS Opening Saturday, Nov. 5 Free Jitney Service from the MARK'S Store, Miami on the South Beach Jitney; Free Taxi Service on Miami Beach—Phone 5-3434— SAFETY CAB: Souvenirs Free on Saturday and Sunday TO All Our Patrons Plumbing Installed By FIXZIT SYSTEM Electrical Work By UNITY ELECTRIC CO 1114 N. E. 2nd Ave. 1004 Fifth St., Miami Beach 2196 a W. 22nd Ave. Constructed By W. M. Campbell Construction Co. #**//T£



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!H*m ^driKg%pft^:&-:.;0 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1838 tUemsti ncridfan PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2978 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Secon d Avenue J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circul ation Manager Entered as second claw matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IX PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year $200 Six Months %\M FRIDAY, NOVBMBIB 4,1868 VOLUME 11.—NUMBER 43. _THE JEWISH FLflttmiAM THE SPINELESS It has been our pleasure and privilege to have completed cne year of continuous weekly broadcasting this past Sunday During this fifty-two talks we have tried to cover the activity cf the Jew in every field of endeavor. From time to time we have discussed the problems facing Jewry in general and those of th : s section in particular. We have tried to picture conditions as we found them, not as a Pollyanna would try to depict them. We have called a spade, a spade regardless of whom it might affect. We feel it is high time in this community, as in every Jewish community when we should be courageous; when we should welcome criticism and the basic truth regardless of its unpleasantness. None of ns, regardless of who they might be, are infallible. Even Moses the greatest of all, erred. Shall we possess the courage that we have prided ourselves on in the past or shall we become a spineless people, catering to whims and fancies of every people, of every individual so that things would be "just niot." Shall we permit ills to go unquestioned; shall we permit wrongs to be perpetrated. ... all because we want to be nice" shall we fear to speak out because perhaps someone in authority, or at the head of some institution may not "like" it shall we continue to let things go on undisturbed regardless of the effects just because we may perhaps lose a little business or become unpopular. The answer, to the Jew, is unusually plain. The Jews from their very inception have never hesitated to speak out the truth. The Jew, leader and follower, all, all have cried out whenever a wrong happened whether that wrong affected them or others .... justice must be paramount at all times .... justice cannot be made the handmaiden of opportunists .... of "nica" people. We shall continue to emulate so far as is possible, in the columns of the Jewish Floridian and over the air, a policy that is typically Jewish and truly American. ... we shall not be Rptneltss. PAGE THREE \\^ "Any ideas for a good purge this morning, sugar?" We Jews se of the smallest groups of People in the world, they are and ehare been called "God's f*osen People" Chosen for one Ifcag certainly—to Buffer. And %  ? Because of envy or Jeal•*'• The Gentiles of the world not the power of turning %  otaing into something. The Jew *• robbed and cruelly abused— •eft with nothing—but in a few years you discover that he has revered. Never once did he beg. T u may •erase him of many tins, but those who accuse have not only **• guilty of the same sins, but worse. The Jew has known how make money and to get rich, but %  learned one other lesson first, ho to deny himself and endure hardfthjpn. Did yon ever discover •** Jewo asking any favors for ^•aaelTaa in the V. 8. T It is true that the Jews have kept to themselves. Why? He has learned that he, in world affairs, must be self reliant and not rely upon any but his own people. The Jews are few, but they have always tried to be friendly and loyal to the government under which they lived. But the Jews are quick, alert, aggressive. So many of them have able minds that Gentiles resent them. So many of them are talented that Gentiles marvel at them. The Jew is generous and seeks friendship. In all charitable | movements the Jews are the first to give and the most generous. The world is in debt to the Jews in Science and Art. Perhaps the biggest mistake made by many of the Jews ia the U. S. baa been their loaa of religion. The Jaw is only as strong as bis faith in God. Say what you will about the meaning of the expression "the chosen people" you cannot explain the Jews in any other way. He has been chosen for a great work. The Jews lose their powers of res ; stence as they forget their God. But God has chosen them and will not forget them. He did not choose them for ease and comfort but to serve Him in a special way. The Jewish people have been an anvil upon which many hammers have been broken. Could we live long enough we would see the day come when Hitler and his government will pay terribly for their cruelty to the Jews. Italy will pay and other nations that have driven them from pillar to post will pay. God may not pay ea'h Saturday evening but one day He will pay to the ruthless powers of the world. Thus may we be sure that all cruelty will be met by God. A common complaint is that the Jews control much of the cinema industry and indeed most of all the business of entertainment. In this control they are charged with having demoralized the people. Why not accuse the Jews as the stubs of the world war? Some have done that. Well, why not blame the recent hurricane in New England upon the Jews ? The people of the world had better beware. God sees all. Those who persecute may suddenly find disaster such as never entered their minds. Men like the dictators in Europe, like the leaders of Japan, or the rebel forces in Spain, will pay. The Jews became rich and strong, but they never oppressed any people. They are not a warlike folk. We of the Christian church must ever remember that out of the! Jews came the Son of Man. It was as a child of the least of the people of the world he came among men. He will come again and will not be ashamed of his people, the Jews. Any feeble mind can be prejudiced. It takes a fine mind to be fair and just Such is the business of the Christian to-be toward the Jews. —The Calvary Bulletin. Hitler are concerned, the Jews who do not use kosher meat are just as much Jewish as those Jews who do use kosher meat. Their laws against the use of kosher meat are proclaimed as an act of meaness and rishus, and I think that it would be a fisjS gesture on the part of our non-kosher-meat-eating Jews to switch over to the use of kosher meat. In a sense, these Jews would become better Americans because they would become more conscious of the freedom whi'-h prevails in these great and glorious United States of America. Now that Hitler and Mussolini have forbidden the use of kosher meat, it ought to taste much sweeter. —Every Friday, Cincinnati, 0. MODERN BATHS TO OPEN HERE For the first time in the history of Greater Miami, a complete and modern Turkish and ocean water baths will be opened here when the Atlantic Ocean Baths open for business Saturday, November 5th at the Million Dollar Pier, Miami Beach. Under the direction of Mr. D. Berkow of Orange. N. J., and Mrs. P. Rubin of this city, the establishment will feature modern steam rooms for men and women, dormitories, showers, massages, soaping and rubbtig. with experienced masseurs in charjre; hot and cold ocean water baths in private locker rooms, and everything that the most modern bath establishments contain. Souvenirs will be given to all customers on Saturday and Sunday, November 5th and 6th. Special arrangements have been made with the MiamiJitney Bus Company operating the South Beach jitney for free transportation from the Mark Store in Miima direct to the Million Dollar Pier for all customers of the Atlant'c Ocean Baths. In Miami Bea<-h a call to 5-3434 will bring a taxi which will take the customer without charge direct to the establishment. Mr. Berkow and Mrs. Rubin in* vite the general public to v'sit the Atlantic Ocean Baths and inspect the premises. Plumbing of the most modern type was installed by the Fixzit System; electrical work was done by the Unity Electric Company and the building work was done by the W. M. Campbell Construction Company. IS PUBLICITY GOOD FOR THE JEWS? The question which has recently been widely discussed in the Anglo-Saxon press has but one answer: NO. When we see glaring front page headlines in our metropolitan newspapers, "Nazis Attack ., %  ... m i_i J • r Mr. Harry Greenberg, a reading by Jews, "Jews Troubled in Pales-' „„,.,_ i_ DINNER PARTY A HELD '1 Opening the current season the Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami held a dinner and literary party Sunday, October 30 at the home of Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president. More than one hundred and fifty people attended the first of this organizations successful affairs at which time Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, guest speaker, spoke on his personal experiences with Palestine Chalutzim. Included on the program was singing of Jewish and Hebrew songs led by JUST A FEW WORDS (BY SAMUEL M. SCHMIDT) Upon reading the news about Mussolini's edict prohibiting the ues of kosher meat in Italy, I could not help but think about the many Jew* in oar own midst who da not PS kosher meat in their homes. As far as Mussolini and tine," "Purge on Jews," and similar headings, we cannot help but shudder and feel ill at ease. The self-conscious Jew, the ultra-sensitive Jew who is always aware of his Jewishness, as well as the one who tries to hide it and wishes to forget it—all feel alike when they pass the newsstands and g'ance over the scareheads dealing with Jews. But that is something which cannot be helped; we live in strenuous and epoch-making days. But why do our socialclimbers run with their personal publicity to the daily newspapers? Of what interest is it to Mrs. Jerry O'Flannagan, or Mrs. Patrick O'Neil that Becky Shmulewich or Jenny Simchowits is to be chairlady of a card party for the benefit of the Independent Katerinosiaver-Podolier Unterstitzings Verein? Of what concern is it to Mrs. James Horton-Smith that the Congregation Volliner-Bessarabier Nussach Sfard Anshe Berditchev has engaged a new Cantor, the "second Caruso." for the High Holidays? The Chicago Daily News has recently been featuring a column of just such "important" Jewish social items which leave a very unpleasant impression even on a Jewish reader. A non-Jew marvels at the outlandish names of these organizations and their sponsors, and the unusually large numMrs. P. Shobow and a speech by Mr. A. Shapof who told of the work of the Pioneer Women in America and abroad. A most pleasant evening was enjoyed by all. • • • 'VJ CULTURAL MEETING "^ TO BE HELD The Cultural meeting sponsored by the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women to have been held last Wednesday night which was postponed because of the mass meeting on the Palestine situation, will be held this coming Wednesday evening. November 9th beginning at 8:0# o'clock at the Lear School, 1500 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. witK Dr. A. W. Ziebold, well known civic worker speaking on a sub ject of national interest. The public is urged to attend. No charge, of any kind will be made. ber of dances and card parties Jews give, as if they had no other interest in life. But, of course, Mrs. Genendel Hotzenklotz is prominently mentioned as "president of the organization." Without that the papers would not beworth while. Is it not about tim that oar anti-Defamation League gave w little attention to this nuiaance. ? | —Chicago Jowieh Chronicle.