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The Jewish Floridian ( December 2, 1938 )

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it*Jewish floridian 1% foJUttB • NUMBER 46 figaa y^? Jeweslh Unity MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS LEADERS DEMAND REFUGEES ENTRY 111 PLANS TEN Jilf a million people connected the Union of American HeCongregatfons and Its affiw. the National Federation of nple Sisterhoods, the National deration of Temple Brotheri and Youth Groups, will unite [a great ten year program in lich 100 percent membership is [give service, according to an Louncement just made by Robert [Goldman, president of the unThe program, suited to the of the day, will reach its %  ax at the Union's 75th birth| celebration to be held in Cinati at the end of 1948. prery group is to organize itimmediatjely fofr a definite am of service in its commu| by every member in addition ying out Union projects lok. The outline of work (a to [comprehensive. Besides syna|ae problems, attention will be I to city, state, national and ^national conditions, the Presi: explained. tarther plans for 100 percent rbership service will be formuat the Thirtty-Six* BtenCouncil of the Union in Clnati, January 16-19. N. F. T. F. T. B., and Youth will also kf plans at their conventions leh will take place in conjunewith the Union Assembly. ^mong local people interested are active in heading the 10 \r program of service are: r. Jaeob H. Kaplan and Rabbi nan A. Zwitman of Temple Is3; Isaac I*vin, nres'dent of %  pie Israel and Mrs. Milton P. irers. president of Temple IsBtsterhood. lesod Shel Ernes Approves Campaign |Th rh P <, Pr ] shel E mP8 sisterof which Mrs. Isidor Cohen %  iMent, joined the oreanizan* M h are actively a'ding the 1 famnai-rn of the Greater Mipi '•Vdcnition of Jewish Welfare "i when a resolution was Pted at last Monday's meeting Dntr'hute the sum of five hundollars out of its treasury to Greater Miami Federation [miDaign to raise W5.150.00, to %  o'al. national and Internation|J*w!sh organizations. |"rs. R, Stone, the treasurer for•rdd the check for fire hundred P n r* to the Federation yester>• This is the third organisation *"g the Federation though none rece've funds from the camf The first organisation to "tribute was the Greater Miami !" Cemetery Aseocia 11 o n Paid two percent of the tofamnaign 0 r $1303.00. The and organization waa the EmuChapter Welfare Division. Leeds, England, (WNS Palcor Agency)—Horror at the persecution of the Jews in Germany and Italy and a demand that civilized countries permit the entry of refugees from these lands were expressed in resolutions unanimously adopted by the conference of Labor Zionist leaders convened here under the auspices of the Poale Zionists (Labor Zionist group) with the participation of labor organizations, trade unions and labor branches. The conference, called to deal with the position of the Jew and of Palestine, was attended by 170 delegates from over a hundred organizations from the whole of Yorkshire. The resolutions were adopter" after Berl Locker, Palestine labor leader, and Dov Hos, Deputy Mayor of Tel Aviv, had reported on the latest happenings in Germany and Palestine. The Conference stressed the fact that the gates of Palestine should be opened wide for the absorption of Jewish refugees, and emphasized that Great Britain must fulfill her pledges for a Jewish National Home in Palestine. It also endorsed all Home policy, and called on all the previous support given by the British Labor Party to the National Labor Members of Parliament to press that policy and make it effective. Fifteen hundred people attended the evening public session under the chairmanship of Major James Milner, Laborite Member of Par'iament. GOERING SCORES LEGAL ACTION Berlin, (WNS)—Field Marsha! Herman Goering told thirty-six district leaders that he would hold them personally responsible for any extra-legal action against Jews. Sources close to Field Marshal Goering said he explained to the party leaders who were called to Berl'n to consider the economic situation, that the time for street action against Jews was over and that antiJewish decrees already issued were regulating the "Jewish problem." In the meantime Jewish leaders expressed fears that a one billion mark government levy against Jews would make their emigration virtually impossible in the next nine months. Jewish quarters were extremely worried after studying the decree issued recently, by which the Jewish fine will be collected in four installments, ending August 15, 1939. First applications for the special emigration of 1,500 children to the Netherlands were taken at the Netherlands Legation here. Jews said the 1,500 quota would be filled quickly. — HEBREW COLLEGE DEDICATES BLDG. On Sunday, December 4th, the Dedication Week honoring the completion of the new quartermillion dollar Library Building of the Hebrew Theological College will begin. The large impressive edifice in neo-Gothic style will be officially opened by services at the Congregation Knesses Israel, 3411 Douglas Boulevard, Chicago, at 2:00 p. m., and continue in the late afternoon at the college buildings. Representatives of many National Organizations and outstanding leaders of Jewish activities will be present at the Dedication Ceremonies. The guest speaker for the Dedication will be the famed Educator, Dr. Walter Dill Scott, President of Northwestern University. The Hebrew Theological College has in its seventeen years of existence graduated seventy-two ordained Rabbis who also hold degrees from recognized Universities, holding prominent pulpits throughout the country. The faculty is comprised of twenty-one national and inter-national famous scholars, each an outstanding man in his special field. The present enrollment of 440 students represents an aggregate of over 47 cities of 25 states and 5 provinces of the Dominion of Canada. In addition, the College has many students from abroad, some of whom are refugees from the oppressed lands of Europe. France, Germany, Poland, Hungary, Mexico, South Africa and Palestine are all represented in the Student Body. In addition, spokesman for the university said, the teaching services of 58,700 religious and lay instructors in elementary schools, and 30,000 professors and instructors in higher institutions, would be involved. In a statement accompanying the pastoral letter, the Most Rev. Edward Mooney, Archbishop of Detroit, pointed out that while the course was designed for use in parochial schools, it was hoped that the program would not be considered an exclusively Catholic undertaking. Such studies, it was added, are urged for all to nullify influences that are seeking to un dermine democracy in this country JR. HADASSAH URGES OPENING Pittsburgh, (WNS)—A proposal that the immigration laws of Palestine be relaxed in favor of German refugees and Transjordan be opened to Jewish immigration, and an insistence that the projected British round-table conference with Arabs and Jews be based only on the Balfour Declaration and the British Mandate were embodied in resolutions adopted today at the final session of the Fifteenth Annual convention of Junior Hadassah, the Young Women's Zionist Organization of America. The convention also elected officers and celebrated the eighteenth birthday of Junior Hadassah. Miss Nell Ziff, of New York, president of Junior Hadassah, urged the cooperation of Jewish youth in supporting the Jewish Palestine Pavilion of the New York World's Fair, declaring that the Jewish exhibit will be the only one representing a people that is not supported by a government and therefore needs the aid of individuals and groups. Miss Ziff, president; Miss Naomi Brodie, secretary and Miss Ernestine Krischner, treasurer, all of New York, were re-elected to their respective offices. Miss Sylvia Brody of Akron, Ohio, Miss Gottfried of New York City, Miss Tama Gutoff of Brooklyn and Miss Sara Turner of Chicago are vicepresidents. Religious Liberty Rally To Be Held The Welfare Division of Emunah Chapter O. E. S., headed by Mrs. Lena Simon, Welfare Chairman, joined the organizations giving concrete approval of the purposes of the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds when at the last meeting of the Chapter the sum of one hundred dollars was ordered paid as the organization's contribution to the 1939 Campaign to raise $65,150, for local, national, and international Jewish Relief Agencies.. A check for the contribution was forwarded to the Federation by Mrs. Simon last Friday. In forwarding the contribution, Mrs. Simon said:: "We regret exceedingly that lack of funds prevents us from making a much larger contribution towards this splendid cause. We sincerely hope and are urging our members to do their utmost to help make the Federation's campaign go over the top. We need a Federation in the Greater Miami area, and our Welfare Division ia happy to have been able to do Ita bit towards making the Federation's campaign the success it will undoubtedly be." German-Americans Condemn Nazis British Overcome Palestine Outlaws Palestine, (WNS)-British military authorities in Palestine are succeeding in their campaign to wipe out Arab terrorism there. There has been relatively little bloodshed. Troop methods of surrounding villages suspected of harboring rebels and a systematic house to house search for arms and ammunition have been the best means of quelling the riots. Although it cannot be said that security has been entirely restored to Palestine, conditions in the country show a decided improveWashington, D. C—The fourth annual mass meeting of the Committee on Religious Life in the Nation's Capital announced for the evening of December 5th in Constitution Hall will be devotee! to a demonstration against the persecution of Jews and other minority groups in Central Europe Speakers will be Senator Ed ward R. Burke, of Nebraska, representing the public viewpoint; Rt. Rev. James E. Freeman, Episcopal Bishop of Washington, speaking for the Protestant denominations; and Father Edmund W. Walsh, vice-president of Georgetown University and director of its Foreign Service School, representing the Catholic clergy. The general subject, as announced by Canon Anson Phelps Stokes, secretary of the committee sponsoring the event, will be "Religious Freedom and Responsibility in View of the World Situation." The specific purposes of the meeting have been outlined as follows: To demonstrate the unity of the religious forces in the nation's capital. To promote the conviction that Providence, R. I., (WNS)—A public declaration condemning Nazi persecution of Jews in Germany has been issued by the Central Union of German Societies of Rhode Island, representing several hundred people of German birth or extraction. Reviewing the slaying of Ernst vom Rath, German Embassy Secretary in Paris, the declaration, made public by the Union's secretary. Rudolf Kiliansky, asserted that "certain groups in Germany" have been "incited by unprecedented anti-Jewish propaganda to attack, persecute and maltreat thousands of innocent people of the Jewish religion." "This barbarity," the statement continued, "has changed the good name and reputation of Germans in all parts of the world who do not approve of these measures of vengeance." ment as a result'of the activities of quelling the riots. The latest successful operations were carried out in eight villages •long the railway between Jerusalem and Lydda. Sabotage on this line had become so ser.ous that railway service was discontinued. ideal of religious freedom under the Constitution. To promite the conviction that religion is essential to true democracy. To express profound sympathy with victims of intolerance and cruelty in all parts of the world. Rabbi Abram Simon of the Washington Hebrew Congregation will offer the invocation. Dr. Albert J. McCartney, pastor of the Covenant First Presbyt e r 1 a n Church and chairman of the committee, will preside. The Army Band will provide musfc.



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2 ,1938 TICKET SALE INCREASES According to reports of member? of the ticket committee for the Seventh Annual Dance of the Young Men's Hebrew Association to be held Sunday night, December 18th at the Civic Center Ballroom, there will be an unusually NAT BLUMBERG large number of residents and tourists in attendance. In charge of ticket sales is Nat Blumberg, chairman. He is being assisted by Leon Lieberman, Adolph Haimes, Dr. Milton Saslow, Dr. Samuel Beckman, Dr. Harold Rand, Milton Weiner, Harry Gordon, Herman Waitsman, E. Albert Pallot, Manny Teitler, Louis Safer, Joe Syman, Milton A. Friedman, Harry Schwartz, Jack Apte. Oscar Argintar, Joseph Berman, Miss Eleanor Marcus and Mr. Maurice Grossman, the Executive Director. • • • NEW DINING T ROOM OPENS The Carlton Dining Room at 1433 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach announces, its opening at 5:00 o'clock Sunday afternoon, December 4th, for the current winter season. In fine surroundings the Carlton Hotel Dining Room will be under the management of the well-kuown Mrs. Jennie Seiden of Miami and Hendersonvilie, N. C, who will have Mrs. Reva Schwartz associated with her. The finest of home cooked foods will be available to the gueste at all times at reasonable prices. The public is invited to attend. • • • i" JEWISH VETERANS TO NOMINATE The Freda Markowitr Post of the Jewish War Veterans will hold an important meeting at the American Legion hall on Monday evening, December 12th when nominations for the coming year will be made. Guests of the evening will be David Rubinoff, noted violinist Members of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Post have been invited to attend. TO BE BAR MITZVAH Berel D. Solomon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Solomon and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Williams, long-time residents and Mitzvah at the Saturday morning B'NAI R'RITH TO HOLD DRIVE A membership drive for the local B'nai B'rith Lodge is now in progress to increase the membership to one thousand before the end of the year. Matthew S. Bandler is membership chairman for the campaign and will announce his committee in our next issue. A meeting of the committee to. formulate plans is being held as we go to press. Full details will appear shortly. Those desiring to aid are urged to contact Mr. Bandler or any of the officers of the organization immediately. • • • •* DELEGATION TO ATTEND DEDICATION A number of the officers and members of the local B'ai B'rith Lodge will leave early Sunday morning to attend the inauguration of a new B'rith Lodge in Tallahassee, Florida. Among those who will attend are Dr. Frank Coret, Nathan Adelman, Elry Stone, Isaac Levin and 1 i. Albert Pallot. services in Beth David Synagogue Saturday, December 3rd, begin TO GIVE LATKE "^ ning at 9:00 o'clock. Berel will AND CARD PARTY | recite the Haftoro and the usual A Chanukah Latke and card blessings and will a** apeak briefparty will be given by the Pioneer %  „ ... „. __~ wJ.r„.. • *•-a o I '*• *bbi Max Shapiro will preach W omen's Organization of Greater I *^ r Miami with Mrs. P. Shubow in the P rents *nd grandparents of charge of arrangements assisted ] • %  B Mitzvah wfl be beets to by the Mesdames H. Seitlin, J. | briefly. Following the REMOVES OFFICES Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal, priminent dentist of this area announces the removal of his office from the Congress Building to the new DuPont Building, beginning on last workers of this city, will be Bar; Thursday. Dr. Rosenthal has been BAR MITZVAH TO BE CELEBRATED Next Saturday morning, December 10th, Louis Fine, ton af Mr. and Mrt. Isidor Fine and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartx, long-time residents and communal workers of this city, will become Bar Mitzvah at the services Gerber. I. Shapoff, Z. Liberman. Wolfman, Ratner and Matz. Details of the affair will be announced in next week's issue. • • • RETH DAVID SPONSORS DINNER Beth David Sisterhood is sponsoring its aanuaf Chanukal dinner af Beth David Tafmud Torah hall on Sunday evening", December 18, beginning promptly at 5:30 p. m. Mm. L. J. Hartz is chairman of the a rr ang ements •jommittee. Further details will appear in the next issue ef tfce Jewish) Ftoridianv their friends and worshippers at a reception in the Talmud Torah halL All are invited. No cards are being issued. WILL HOLD REGULAr MEETtSW T" The regulatr monthly meeting ef the National Council of Jewisfc Juniors will be held Tuesday evening, December 6th at 8:30" p. m, at Congregation Beth Jaeob, Hiami Beech. AD members and! friends aw iznited to attend. REGIXAB MEETHfC is HT:I> At the regular sneering of the Chesen'Saal EmethiieM last Monday e em'ag. it wi* voted to give five h und re d dollar*-to the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Till* and all naeeaVere psedg ed to work in the Federation drive. Mrs. WiTnawj Cleinr w *l elected* recording secretary. MrsJ Isatbr Cohen, prevalent, presided! aaf thanked all p rea cn t far theirj splendid cooperation. | VIOL \ BELASCO STUDIO OF DANCE WEDNESDAYS at the ELKS VLJTB B18 JEFFERSON fcVENUE—MIAMI Babie*—Intermediate C la se—Business Olrta ami BaUriom Claw, at Hollywood Tuesday eventane. M FOR PARTICUt-ARS PHONE 4-MZS OR 4-4017 ;ACH Ballroom Claaa. Announcing the Opening / Carlton Hotel Dining Room ,3 COLLINS AV.NUE -.AM, B.ACM. FLORIDA SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4th, 1938 AT 500 P. M. UNDER THE SUPSKVISION OF TEHNIE SEIDEN AND REVA SCHWARTZ PHONE FOR RESERVATIONS 5-3276 or 54486 DR. E ALBERT ROSENTHAL ANNOUNCES THE IlKimiVAL OF HIS OFFICES TO 725-6 DuPONT BUDJMNO K. Flasler St.. Cor. Second Ave. MIAMI FLORIDA very active in local communal circles and is now serving another term as assistant treasurer of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. • • • ENGAGEMENT IS ANNOUNCED The engagement of Miss Jane Rita Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Davis, of Chicago and Miami, to Samuel Cohen, son of Mr. Benjamin Cohen, of New York and Miami, is being announced by her parents. • • • MEMBERSHIP TEA TO BE GIVEN The membership campaign being conducted by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will culminate with a membership tea on Monday afternoon, December 19th, according to an announcement by the chairman, Mrs. Maurice Jacobs and Mrs. Morris Cowen. An electric iron or toaster will be presented to the member who will have brought in the largest number of new members. An interesting program will be presented. • • • •> RETURNS TO CITY Mrs. Mendel Scheiaberg retarn ed to the city after a three moaths absence spent in Headersonvffle, North Carolina. She will be gjatl to greet her friends at Miller's Apartments, 11136 Southwest Fifth Street, and may be >aached by at 2-47S. PIERRE FINE CUSTTOf TAII^RINO PI ERR A. VACCA For IS year* we haveserved a lafa and dlsntmlnatlrar clientele Carefully selected Imparted Sac. i lea. Including Rnglls* doei 1140 LINCOLN ROAD 5-3S12 services in Beth David Synagogue Louis is named for his paternal grand-father, the late Mr. Louis Fine, who was one of the founders of Beth David Synagogue and one of the pioneer Jewish residents of this area. All friends of the fam. ily are asked to attend. No cards are being issued. • • • RETURNS TO CITY Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz returned to the city Monday evening from a combined business and pleasure trip to Gainesville. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper. LET ME PROVE Metropolitan Life INSURANCE CO. Provide* the maximum of ID— %  IIIII at the lowest net coat. LEON ELKIN, Rep. rfcme 2-CwSS — Res. 3-2866 ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS (Traly Nolea and Sons) Trnry a Personal Service at Minimum Coat" We are experts on Bbex-hes, Ants, All Bugs, Insects, Rats, Mice, Etc lit Altoa Road—MOeen Beech Phone S-4*M EDNA'S BEAUTY SALON 2272 S. W. 8th STREET Specialising in Shelton and Zotos Per ma n en t Waves, Parker Herbey Scalp Treatments. PRONE 4-4*12 CLEIN'S KOSHER HOUSE 1864 S. W. 4th STREET Now under the management of Mr. Mrs. A HOROWITZ of the HOROWITZ KOSHER INN Henderionville, H. 0. ROOM AND BOARD STRICTLY KOSHER REASONABLE RATES WATCH This Space



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rtlDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1938 wJewisti floridian THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2978 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second claw matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year .... Six Months $2.00 $1.00 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1938 VOLUME 11. NUMBER 46. A WORD OF CAUTION There is no doubt in the minds of anyone that the Jew is aroused beyond ordinary contemplation regarding the plight of his fellow Jews throughout the world and particularly in Germany. It would be inhuman to expect otherwise. It is but natural that the Jew everywhere should want to cry out aloud, to show the intense suffering he is undergoing. May we decide for ourselves, each in his own little community, at to the methods that shall be pursued? Or shall we as thinking men and women determine to unite whatever forces we possess, and together taking proper counsel, proceed in a manner befitting our people and the tremendous trust imposed on us. Happily in recent months the American Jewish Committee, the American Jewish Congress, the B'nai B'rith and the Jewish Labor Committee united their forces under one common leadership for the Defense of Jewish Rights. They have met the recent Jewish situation in Germany in a masterful manner. The ton-Jewish world, as we had every right to expect, came to the front and protested. The American nation led by such great humanitarians as President Roosevelt, Secretary Hull, Alfred Landon, Herbert Hoover and other leaders in every walk of life raised their voice to try to stop the hurricane of horrors hitting the Jewish people. In this area men in every walk of life from Governor Cone, Senators Pepper and Andrews, business and professional men have all raised their voices in vigorous protest. Unhappily some of our own brethren, with perhaps the best intentions, have seen fit to try their own ideas without regard to th national plan of action. Instead of consulting the B'nai B'rith committee which is in reality representing the national organizations, they have proceeded alone. The placing of collection boxes labeled "Help the German Refugee" was ill :.dvised and urfortunate. May we suggest that in the future there be a greater harmony between all sections of Jewry. If there is anything that may affect, even remotely, the welfare of our people we suggest that those who have had considerable experience be consulted, ind thu3 the general welfare of all be conserved. PAGE THREE > B'NAI B'RITH gi. BRIEFS (BY E. ALBERT PALLOT) ove r r he thl ent !!: tainment gaD Pt over the other night at the WilW Hotel. The dancing was Srand, so they tell me the girls were g iven a great £ [£** littlelhT 6 1 W8S 8Plendid The tuff ,h v" f ,S 8trUttCd their stuff, the Y. skit was fi ne n d even the grand old fiddler "Dave Kubinoff, without his violin" was on the job. Even though Elry was late, and others were later, some campa 1 gning was enjoyed, with one of the candidates represented by proxy. One excuse is as good as another. Now the boys are off to Tallahassee for a grand and glorious time. This time they say 'tis the installation of a new Lodge in Tallahassee.' A fine bit of work and Doc Corel will get a chance to "speechify" on State Federati tion. The anti-Defamation boys never get a chance to let up. Now it's one of the notorious Jew baiters and racketeers getting himself into an organization of as fine a body of men as ever started in this area. The leaders never even knew of his nefarious practices. Now that they know we predict he'll | \ the skids fast. SOCIETY Matty has started off on the determination has put the Lodge in the "1000" class within a mighty short time. He and his boys will put it over if it's humanly possible. You have read of these "big butter and egg men" here's one that's typical of results. However, don't rely on the "big shots" too much, Matty it's the little fellows who bring the results when things are added up. A. Z. A. TO AID ALIYAH v ] In connection with the Supreme Advisory Council, Miami Chapter of A. Z. A. will cooperate in the Aliyah work. Danny Richter head of the local committee. is committee upon notification. Prizes will be awarded in games and :ifre.hments wi'l be served. WANTED "Information is wanted of the whereabouts of HYMAN SHER *ho disappeared from his home in New York City some time ago and "nee 1932 has made no effort to communicate with his family or contribute to their support, as a result of which his wife, Pauline, •nd three children, are now in destitute circumstances and dependent on public charities. Mr. Sher was born in Russia in 1896 and came to the U. S. in 1913, is a finisher at cloaks. Anyone aware of his location is requested to communicate with the NATIONAL DESERTION BUREAU. 7 West Ui Street. New York City." TflWIPA NOTES Tan.pa Section, National Council of Jewish Women, will give a novelty party Tuesday afternoon aj Maas Brothers Tavern. Admission will be by presentation of a bundle of saleable articles for the thrift shop. Household articles, bric-abrac and clothing will be acceptable and the public is invited to attend. Mr*. Joe Wohl is chairman and comnvttee members are Mrs. I. Uebman. Mrs. A. Kessler, Mrs. I. Wohl. Mrs. M. Schwartz, Mrs. F. Perlman, Mrs. H. N. Sandier, Mrs. I, Shear, Mrs. O. Marcus. Mrs. I. R. Einbinder, Mrs. H. Fyvolent and Mrs. Joe Waterman. Bundles that are too large to be taken to the party will be called for by the A tri-city meeting was held lust Sunday, November 27th. The m?5tiog was held in Tampu, with Jacksonville and Miami as guests. A.l members of the Tampa Junior Hadassah, Jacksonville and Miami Hadassrh were invited to attend the rii.dasil. tri-city meet. A board meeting was held at the home of the Tampa Chapter Hadassah's president, Mrs. Dave Pennan. Jacksonville was represented by eight members of their chapter. Miami se'it regrets that they would be unable to attend. A luncheon was held at the home of the Hadassah's sponsor, Mrs. Ben Haimovitz. An open meeting to which everyone va sinvited to attend was held at the Floridian Hotel. The Rabbi Adolph Burger gave the opening prcyer. America was sung by the entire group present. Mrs. Dave Pennan, president of Tampa Chapter gave an opening and welcoming talk. Reports were given by Mrs. Julius Silverman, membership chairman, Mrs. Ben Home, finance cha riran; Mrs. Jay Markowits, Jewish National Fund chairman; MM Rae Freeman, Publicity Ch.r.rman; Mrs. Ben Haimoitzv. sponsor, also gave a short t*lk. There was a round tab!" dtonmiWl of various current topics. Miss Clara Crar-cr. Jacksonville president of ijner Hadassah gave reports of her various committee ANNUAL EVENT TO BE GALA AFFAIR With two outstanding orchestras furnishing dance music, notables from the stage, screen and radio providing entertainment and novelty stints galore, the seventh annual dance of the Young Mens Hebrew Association promises, to be one of the outstanding events in local history. Every Jewish organization in the Greater Miami area has promised their hearty cooperation to make this event both a social as well as a financial success. The proceeds of this seventh annual pvent will be used for the building fund of the organization and to provide much needed room for the many activities of the Y. and their affiliated organizations. The dance w : ll be held at the beautiful Civic Center ballroom on Sunday eveninp, December lth,' aI opportunity is extended to men, and all are ura-ed to make their I women and children everywhere to The debating, oratory and basket-ball teams have been working steadily for the Southern Regional Convention to be held in Jacksonville the latter part of December. Harry Freeman, an Aleph from Manchester, N. H., Chapter No. 221, was a visitor and guest speaker at the last A. Z. A. meeting held at the Y. clubrooms. The local chapter is planning Friday night services in the next few weeks. • • • i CAMPAIGN ON FOR SALE OF CHRISTMAS SEALS With the opening of the 32nd annual sale of Christmas Seals on Thanksgiving Day, an intemationnurchases of tickets from members of the Y. arrangements committee or at the offices of the Y. • • • HADASSAH TO OBSERVE ONEG SHABBAT The Miami Chapter of Sen'or Hadassah will observe OneR Shab insure their own health and happiness by making possible the continuance of work of preventing the spread of tuberculosis and the treatment and cure of existing cases of this white plague.' So successful has this local work been, as it is carried on by the bat Saturday, December 3rd at th | Da de County Tuberculosis, associahome of Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, i tion, that this county,*? one of the 5925 North Bayshore Drive, Mi-, few in the entire nation where the ami Beach. The program will in-1 death rate from tuberculosis has elude a talk on the "Romance of been reduced sharply, during the Chassidism" by Mrs. I. M. WeinPast year. stein; an oration on the "Brighter Side of Jewish Life" by Theodore The fact that so many patrons In ill health come to Miami because Plant, and poems by Jessie Samp. t ... .. .... ., ., of its reputation as one of the ter will be given by Mrs. Morris .... .. ;, healthiest cities Rubin. Assisting the hostess in receiving will be the executive board. All members and friends are cordially invited to be present. chairmen of their progress. Miss Anita Marco also gave a short talk on Youth Aliyah. Rabbi Burger gave a short talk. His subject was "Jewish Problems and Their Solutions." Rabbi Burger gave the closing prayer and the meeting was adjourned. A dinner dance was later ield for the guests at Rubin's Restaurant. Mrs. Oscar Verkauf was chairman of arrangements, Mrs. Al Weiss was co-cha ; rman with Mrs. Julius Silverman assisting. in ft* "world makes the work of prevention here of an importance impossible to exaggerate. It makes the work of prevention of the spread of this disease a matter of vital concern to every one of us for our individual health is inseparably dependent upon that of the persons with whom we are obliged to come in contact every day. Thousands of sheets of Christmas Seals have gone out in the mail this week-end, additional seals may be obtainedfrom the offices of the'tuberculosis association in the Florida National Bank Building. 2-1213. Soon they will be available in booths all over the city. • I % 



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PAGE FOUR THE JEWIBH FLOBIDIAM FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2. lttte MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1546 8. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 LADIES AUXILIARY The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Auxiliary will be held on Tuesday, December 6th in the synagogue. Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum, chairman of the forth, coming Chanukah party will report on the progress of her committee. Mrs. Krick, chairman of the Purim Ball, will render a preliminary report about arrangements regarding our great annual function. Mrs. Ida Buckstein will preside. INSTALLATION PLANNED Te installation of the newly elected officers of the congregation is scheduled for Sunday evening, December 11th. Mr. H. M. Drevich is in charge of the committee arranging the affair. Many surprises and features are planned and a cordial invitation is extended to all. A detailed report of the installation will be found in next week's issue. NEW ADULT CLASS In addition to the daily Shulchan Aruch class conducted by Rabbi Kellner a new class in Chumash and Rashi was organized which will be held every Shabbos afterSunos a talk on Midrashick porbefore Mincha. During Shalos Sudos a talk on Midreshick portions of the week will be rendered by the Rabbi. LADIES HEBREW CLASS The Ladies Adult class in Elementary Hebrew will have its first session on Tuesday night, December 6th at 7:30 o'clock in the synagogue. A cordial invitation is extended to all members of the auxiliary and to their friends. HEBREW SCHOOL The Hebrew classes in the Talmud Torah are still open for additional registrants and we earnestly bespeak the attention and interest of parents who are still denying to their children the opportunity of participating in this most sacred venture. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) BOARD OF DIRECTORS A regular meeting of the Board of birectors of our congregation will be held on Tuesday night, December 6th in the synagogue Matters of great importance will be discussed and all members are urged to be present. HABANOTH The elementary classes in Hebrew are progressing satisfactorily and the Junior Division of the Habanoth will also attend one additional day of the week in order to accomplish the general work of the first year in the Hebrew School. SUNDAY SCHOOL The assembly program this coming Sunday morning will be in charge of Mrs. Tannenbaum's clas" 6, Section 1. A new class was organized last Sunday and will be taught by Mr. D. Kellner. Buy yoar tickets now for the Y. M. H. A. annual ball, Sunday December 18th at Civic Center. NOfcE tAMMIVt tonui mcD COCKTAIL 1001*31 mt COfTEE SHOF Q*W I. a. POUHD Hwh HOTtL rATTIN V HOTU OlfOTO One of the biggest events of the season took place Wednesday evening, November 23rd at Bayfront Park when the Y. M. H. A. sponsored a community program under the auspices of the Recreation Division of the City of Miami. This performance made such an impression on our non-Jewish friends that we received an unsolicited letter from the Miami Recreation Commission which, among other things, stated: "Yours was without doubt the most impressive and enjoyable Thanksgiving program it has ever been our privilege to attend. The crowds which thronged the park were indeed most appreciative, and caught the spirit of Thanksgiving, which we felt reflected in their enthusiastic applause." The entire program was conceived by Maurice Grossman, our Executive (Director, who was ably assisted by our president, Milton A. Friedman, and by Miss Ida Engler, past president of the Y. W. H. A. We wish to thank the following for participating in our program and helping us make it a great success: Boy Scout and Girl Scout Troops; Milton A. Friedman; Ida Engler: Rabbis Kellner and Zmitman; Theresa Rubenstein; Bob I .ears; Mrs. Marion Shindell; Ruth Wolkowsky; Phil Weintraub; Gwendolyn Resnick; Dave Drucker; Phyllis and Madeline Shulman; Marion Wohl; Irma Bernstein; Dorothy Lightman; Rosalie Hoffman; Sam Greenstein; Edwin Gins, burg; Josephine Raxin; Roy Parks and our "Swelleganf Master of Ceremonies, the one and only Chester Alexander. gregation will deliver the tint in a series of two lectures on "Nationalism." Public forum will f 0 [. low. Buy your tickets now for the Y. M. H. A. annual ball, Sunday December 18th at Civic Center. On next Wednesday, December 7th, the Y. will have a smoker for male members only. It has been a long time since we conducted a Stag and we want this affair to be a real old-fashioned get-together. A sort of old-timer's night. Our slogan:— "Every member bring a member." Herman Waitsman and Nat Blumberg, co-chairmen of this affair, promise a real entertainment including boxing. Among the many features will be a fencing exhibition by professional fencers. Plenty of eats, drinks end smokes and all of it free. + %  STORAGE—STORAGE H"fnw Room Free Arm** PRIVATE STALLS. $1; $1.50; tl per tnoni.i. FIRNITURE racks, 12.50; IS. $4 per mmih PRIVATE? ROOMS. ',, $7 SO, $15 per monthRun and Mattrnra Ronnm Larger amount*, open storage, 1c cu. ft. STORAGE WAREHOUSE CO. 1J N. E. 2nd Street Phone 2-1 JOS and we


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VBTPAY. DECEMBER 2, 1938 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7746 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A ZWITMAN Ml Indian Creek Drive—-lS 530 N. E. Jl.t 8 t -t 7V.I MIAMI BEACH MIAM| Either or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning Tou may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewla commu nity. or your po:onal problem.. You will be assured sympathetic bearlnv and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held In strict confidence. CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. Regular services will be held at the Temple this Friday, December 2nd, 1938 at 8:16 o'clock. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will deliver the sermon on the subject of: "Jealousy, the Sign of Defeat." Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will conduct the services. The reception after the services will have as its hostess, Mrs. H. H. Miller, who will present the refreshments for the occasion in honor of her newly born grandson. Last Friday evening the reception of the Sisterhood Sabbath service was in charge of Mrs. Mendel Cromer, Mrs. Irving Frumkes, Mr. Maxwell Hyman, Mrs. J. B. Margnlis, Mrs. Joseph Richter, Mrs. Harry Rubin, Mrs. Herbert Simon, Mrs. Harold Spaet, Mrs. Leo Stein and Mrs. M. P. Travers. Services are held at the Temple every Saturday morning at 11:00 o'clock. THE CONGREGATION REJOICES Because of the arrival of Lynn Werblow, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. Charles Werblow, and hopes for the daughter the ability to make of herself as great an asset to the Jewish community as are her parents; and because of the arrival of a son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Miller, loyal and tireless workers in all our Congregational endeavors. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL "Not even the rebuilding of the Temple is as important as •he teaching of children." At the Religious School assembly of this coming Sunday, December 4th, 1938 at 11:80 o'clock a Playlet on the subject of "Know Thy Community," will be presented by the following pupils of Mrs. Grossman' class. High School 1. Miami Jewish Community and Spirit of the Federation—Regina Loveman. Refugee Family: Father—Freeman Nevins. Mother—Barbara Koven. Son—Franklin Nankin. Daughter—Betty Lyons. Two Sisters—Jean Bushell, Phyliss Turchin. Customs Officer—Henry Bronner. Council Representative—Joyce Pearlman. Welfare Representative—Susan David. Hadasaah Representative— Muriel Caplan. Y M. H. A. Representative— ^ries Rubin. B'nai B'rtth and Congregations —Robert Weiti. Sunday School Teacher—Fay Cowen. Pupil of Temple Israel Religious School—Barbara Meyer. PAGE FIVE SISTERHOOD "A woman who feareth the Lord, she shall be praised."— Proverbs. The next meeting of the Temple Sisterhood will be in the form of a membership tea, on Monday, December 5th, 1938 at the Adams Hotel, 21st Street and Parke Avenue, Miami Beach, from 3:00 to 5:00 o'clock. GENERAL A meeting of the Board of Directors will take place next Tuesday evening, December 6th, 1938. AH the members of the Board are urged to attend. YAHRZEITS The Yahrzeits to be commemorated during the month of December are: Mina Kaplan, Isidore Coret, I.eah Richter, Esther Zeientz, Joseph Mirsky, Esther Moscowitz, Bernard Finkelstein, Elias Brown, Barney Newman, Adolph Louis. Fay Stark, Edward Morton, Fanny Taradash. Leopold Ackerman, Emma Stein, Dora Ghertler, Celia Simons, Joseph Lichtenstetter, Ralph Binswanger, Frederick Frank, Pauline Feldstein, Ida Spiro and Max Zeientz. RABBI ZWITMAN SPEAKS IN JACKSONVILLE By invitation of several Jewish organizations in Jacksonville, Fla., Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman was the principal speaker at a mass meeting of the Jacksonville Jewish community, on Wednesday evening, December 30th, 1938. ORLANDO NEWS JEWISH WAR VETERANS Mr. Joe Ottenberg mas recently appointed by the local B'nai B'rith Lodge to be chairman of the local post of Jewish War Veterans. Mr. Ottenberg was appointed to contact all service men and Jewish legionnaires. CHANUKAH PREPARATIONS Preparations for Chanukah are Koing forward in both the Sunday Religious School and the daily Hebrew School. The play now being directed by Mrs. Dora Wittenstein will be presented by a cast of over forty children in costume and music. The boy's Hebrew choir are rehearsing the Chanukah Blessings and Sabbath service and kiddush nrayers. In the advanced Hebrew department, Morty Cohen and Stanley Tetenbaum have begun translating Hebrew stories into English. The Bar Mitzvah Club no wcons'sts of Stanley Schader, Arthur Hillman, Stanley Becker, Billy Jacob and Danny Zimmerman. LADIES AUXILIARY Rabbi Skop recently spoke on "Jewish Current Events" following an address by Mrs. Fuller on "The Modern Woman and Her Interests." The budget presented by Mrs. Ben Salomon was approved calling for items for religious school, Red Cross, Needlework Guild and Charity Board and Synagogue. PROGRAM ON JEWISH MUSIC At the invitation of the Orlando Music Club a program was presented on Jewish music by Mr. Herbert Talisman and Mr. Norman Nagel. Rabbi Skop spoke on "Characteristics of Jewish Music. Mr. Ely Haimowitz rendered several piano selections. RADIO BROADCAST • Through the courtesy of the local station WDBO, three of Florida's outstanding leaders in the religious, educational and political life were presented in a short program denouncing the brutality and appealing to Americans to protest the horrors. The speakers were President Hamilton Holt of Rollins College, Congressman Joe Hendricks of the United States Congress and Rev. A. Fred Turner, minister of the First Methodist Church. In the local papers have also appeared statements by the Orlando and Orange County Ministerial As| sociation condemning the Nazi I brutalities and urging Christians to associate themselves with liberal forces to prevent prejudices cropping up in our environments. CONDOLENCES TO RIVITZ FAMILY OF CLEVELAND After days of anxious hoping and prayer Mr. Max Rivitz passed away last Saturday morning at the Florida Sanatorium. A special service was held following the Taharah ceremonies. Mr. Rivitz was an outstanding Jewish leader and philanthropist of Cleveland, Ohio. His two daughters accompanied the body to Cleveland, Mrs. M. Hort and J. Rivitz. Mr. Rivitb was the fathtr of Cleveland's outstanding leader, Hiram Rivitz. The Orlando Jewish community expresses its condolences. SERVICES Friday at 8:15 p. m., Serman:— "Unity Does Not Mean Uniformity." Musical service by Mr. Herbert Talisman. Kiddush by boys Hebrew school choir. Readings from Hebrew literature and Sedrah. Shabos morning at 8:30 a. m., Cantor Leshinsky and Rabbi Skop officiating. NOMINATION OF OFFICERS Last Sunday evening a large group of members of the Congregation met and nominated the slate of officers for the coming year including B. J. Cohen and Sol Wittenstein for president. Elections will take place the last Sunday in December. CHEVRA KEDISHA PARTY As is the custom in Congregation Ohev Shalom yearly the Chevra Kedisha (Thy Holy Brotherhood who officiate at burial rites) will hold their get-together at the synagogue social hall on Thursday, December 9th. Guests of honor will be Rabbi William Wittenstein from Patterson and Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Chairman of the affair is Mr. L. S. Frankel of the Religious Committee. There will be refreshments and group singing. HEARTIEST MAZEL TOV The entire community expresses i Mazel Tov to Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bear upon the birth of a baby girl. There will be a Kiddush next Shabbos at which time the name will be announced. May the new %  arrival grow up to be as sweet J and Jewishly responsive as is their adorable Marian Bear. B'NAI B'RITH AUXILIARY HOLDS PUBLIC INITIATION Next Monday night, December 5th at the synagogue social hall the Ladies Auxiliary of the local B'nai B'rith will hold ceremonies o finitiation for its new members. The Orlando Degree Team under Mr. Abe Hamowitz will officiate in full regalia. Guest speaker will be Rev. John Hangar of the First Methodist Church of Winter Park. Rev. Hangar is one of the finest liberal ministers in Central Florida anl an excellent speaker. This meeting will be open to the public. The B'nai B'rith Lodge has been invited and will attend in a body. RABBI SPEAKS IN HAINES CITY Rabib Skop addressed the Rotary Club of Haines City this week upon the invitation of the only Jew in Haines City, Mr. Sam Siegal. THE DOUGH CLUB More than twenty young women who are members of the Dough Club met at the home of Mrs. Joe Wittenstein to start their program of social and cultural activities. Rabbi Skop was guest speaker on the subject: "Understanding Jewish Survival." The group meets at the home of a different member twice monthly. ROLLINS COLLEGE SPONSORS PROTEST MEETING A sacred evening of religious protest against anti-Semitism will be held at Rollins College Wednesday, December 7th. Professor Feuerstein will speak. IT PAY8 TO GET THE BEST Black Sand, Muck. Marl or Mixed Soil, 11.00 a yard. Cow Manure, S bags 11.00 Phone 4-4804. Agent will call. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA OmMtQ Um n %  u s AH o.ti* %  •• % %  —* &f • c "* r I liait* %  ** JM0 uiatU Palatial fromMIAMI $ailU*a TUESDAYS •" FRIDAYS • 7 p.m. km MUNICIPAL Mt N..I iniilN.l.iOik SUM For Information, tickets and retsm* MOM inquire F. L C. RsUwsy Ticket A ten*' •" •etaoHstd Tour Aftacy Cufctn Tourirt T.K 50c P. A O. 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PAGE BIX TOTE -TKWT8H FLORIDIAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1938 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) &f 135 NORTHWEST MAX SHAPIRO, RabbiOffice Phone 2-1473 THIRD AVENUE 1029 N. W. First Street Home Phone 2-2176 LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES Late Friday evening services will be held at the Beth David Congregation at 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate and Cantor Louis Hayman, assisted by the Beth David choir will chant the liturgic melodies. An invitation has been extended to Dr. Abraham Wolfson, noted authority and author of the "Life and Works" of Baruch Spinoza. Dr. Wolfson will be the guest speaker and he will discuss the subjects "Spinoza, Philosopher and Jew.". A social hour will be held in our auditorium immediately after the service. RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION We earnestly request that the readers of this column remember the following culture events of our institution. Every Sunday morning immediately after Sunday School from 12:00 to 12:30, Mr. Stanley C. Myers conducts a discussion group on the rules and principles of Hebrew Pedagogy. Teachers and adults who are interested are invited to attend. Every Sunday morning from 10:30 to 11:30 Rabbi Shapiro conducts his adult discussion group on Jewish ceremonies, laws and observances. From 9:00 to 9:45 every Sunday morning a Bar Mitzvah group meets under the guidance of Mr. Louis Gadon; children of 12 are permitted to attend. A Chanukah play is being ar ranged to be shown during the an trual Chanukah dinner sponsored by the Beth David Sisterhood on December 18th. Do not forget to attend with your children the Sabbath services of thl Junior Congregation Saturday morning at 10:30. A Kiddush is given to the children after every service. UNIVERSITY The Librarian of the University of Miami has expressed the gratitude of the faculty to B'nai B'rith for the fine contribution to the University library, in conjunction with the course presented by Rabbi Shapiro at the University. Those who desire to use the reference shelf are, permitted to do so. The following books were presented to the library by B'nai B'rith and it is hoped that it will be increased from time to time. Husick, I. A history of medieval Jewish philosophy, MacMillan, c1916. Wooley, L. Abraham. Scribner, 1936. Kent, C. F. The growth and contents of the Old Testament. Scribner c-1926. Robinson, H. W. The religious ideas of the Old Testament. Duckworth 1913. Smith, W. R. The Old Testament in the Jewish Church. Black 1892. Kent, C. F. Israel's Historical and Biographical narratives, Scribner, C-190& Kent, C. F. Israel's laws and legal precedents. Scribner, c-1907. Kent, C. F. The makers and teachers of Judaism. 2 cops. Scribner, c-1911. Sanders, Frank K. Old Testament history. Scribner, c-1922. Kent, C. F. The founders and rulers of United Israel, Scribner, c-1908. Cadbury, H. J. National ideals' the Old Testament. Scribner 1920. Adams, John The Hebrew prophets and their message for today. Clark 1928. Comins, H. L. The Jew'sh Prophets, American Hebrew Con. 1936 Kent, C. F. The life and teachings of Jesus. Scribner. c-1913. Scott, E. F. The gospel and its tributaries. Scribner, c-1929. Moore, G. F. History of religions, 2 volumes. Scribner, c-19191920. Jastrow, Morris. Hebrew and Babylonian traditions, Scribner 1914. Abrahams, Israel. Jewish Life in the middle ages. Goldston, 1932. Bentwich, Norman Hellenism. Jewish publ. soc, 1919. Bildersee, Adele. Jewish postBiblical history through great personalities. American Hebrew Congregation, c-1918. De Haas, Jacob, ed. The encyclopedia of Jewish knowledge. Behrman, c-1934. Dubnov, .S M. An outline of Jewish history. Maisel, c-1925. Goldberg and Benderly. Outline of Jewish knowledge, 3 volumes. Jew. Bur. 1929-1931. Gottheil, R. J. H. Zionism. Jew ish publ. soc, c-1914. Holmes, J. H. Palestine today and tomorrow. MacMillan, 1929. Kent, C. F. A history of the He brew people from the settlemen in Canaan to the division of the kingdom, 12th ed. Scrib. c-1925. Kent, C. F. A history of the Jewish people during the Babylon ian, Persian and Greek periods Scribner, c-1927. Kohler, Kaufmann. Jewish theology. MacMillan, c-1918. Lohr, M. R. H. A history of re ligion in the Old Testament. Scrib LM6, Margolis and Marx. A h'story o the Jewish people. Jew. Publ. sec c-1927. Masserman and Baker. The Jew come to America. Bloch, 1932. Moore, G. F. Judaism in the first centuries of the Christian era. 2 vols., Harvard pr. c-1927. Radin, Max. The Jews among the Greeks and Romans. Jewish publ., soc., c-1916. Roback, A. A. Jew'sh influence in modern thought. Sci-Art, 1929 Roth, Cecil. A bird's eye view of Jewish history. Amer. Heb Cong., 1985. Roth, Cecil. The Jewish contribution to civilization. Mac. c-1909. Sanders, F. K. History of the Hebrews. Scribner, c-1928. Schechter, Solomon. Some aspects of Rabbinic theology. Mac. c-1909. Slouschz, Nahum. The renascence of Hebrew Literature, Jewish publ., soc., J909. Ginzberg, Asher. (Ahad Ha'am, pseud.) Selected essays. Jew. publ. soc., c-1902. socim PROTEST RESOLUTIONS ARE ADOPTED The Miami Lodge No. 948 Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks at a recent meeting unanimously adopted resolutions of protest against the German outrages against Jews, and approved the financial plan recently proposed by Rabbi Edward L. Israel of Baltimore to raise one hundred mill-on dollars in the United States to aid the German refugees. William Shayne, prominent local communal worker is Exalted Ruler of the Lodge and Harry Goldstein, long-time resident of this area and former member of the Florida Legislature was chairman of the Resolutions Committee which drew the resolutions. • • • NEW DELICATESSEN TO OPEN Next Wednesday, December 7th, Joe's Broadway Delicatessen will open its first branch store at 216 Seventh Street, Miami Beach, in one of the finest and most modern delicatessen and restaurants on the Beach. Featuring everything in local Godspeer, G. S. A history of the Babylonian and Assyrians. Scribner, c-1902. YAHRZEITEN The following departed beloved ones anniversary observed this coming Hebrew month of Kislev: Menachem Mendel Ben Yisroel, father of Mrs. Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Sam Haas—10th Kislev or December 3rd. Avrohom Ben Aryoh Laeb, father of Mrs. Louis Hayman, 10th Kislev, December 3rd. Rikle Bas Shabso, mother of Louis Gordon—11th Kislev, December 4th. Mordecai Ben Shlomma Binum father of Mrs. Louis Miller—11th Kislev, December 4th. Aida Bas Aadel, mother of Mrs. Hoffman—15th Kislev, December 8th. Ester Bas Mordechai, mother of Mrs. Harry Oliphant—16th Kislev, December 9th. Mayer Shimon Ben Chinuch Hennach Halevi, father of Mrs. A. Rubin—17th Kislev, December 10. Isser Ben Levi, son of Louis Wcinkle—17th Kislev, December 10th. Channa Bas Moshe, mother of Wolf Blutstein—17th Kislev, December 11th. Gedalyohu Ben Avrohom, father of Mrs. S. Rauzin—20th Kislev, December 13th. Rivkah Bas Yosef, wife of Chas. Greenberg—20th Kislev, December 13th. Yitzchok Shimon Ben Mayer, father of Mohilner family—21st Kislev, December 14th. Moshe Ben Yudel, father of Mrs. S. B. Miller—22nd Kislev December 15th. Yitzchok Moshe Ben Avrohom Dov, son of Esther Morton—25th Kislev, December 18th. Zalmen Ben Yisroel Hachoen, father of H. Rayvis—25th Kislev, December 18th. Label Ben Yisroel, father of Leo Ackerman—27th Kislev, December 20th. MOZEL TOY We express our felicitations to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Solomon at the Bar Mitzvah of Beryl, Saturday morning, December 3rd at 9:00 o'clock and we trust that Beryl will grow up "Li-Chupah Uli-Maasim Tovim." No individual invitations have been sent out but friends are cordially asked to be present. and imported fancy groceries, dairy products, smoked fish, appetizers, it will provide the most jaded appetites with the finest in foods from a sandwich to a complete meal. The branch store will be under the management of Seymour Gutin of Shifrin's Hebrew National Store on the Boardwalk at Long Beach, Long Island. The public is invited to visit and inspect the new store, owned and operated in conjunction with the main store by Joe Perlman, well known for many years in the restaurant and delicatessen lines in Miami and Miami Beach. INSTALLATION BANQUET TO BE HELD The annual installation banquet of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood will be held Sunday evening, December 4th at the Victor Hotel at 8:30 o'clock. Mrs. M. Krieger will act as toastmaster and installing officer; Mrs. B. H. London will give her presidential message; Mrs. M. B. Frank, the invocation and Mrs. M. Mescheloff the benediction. The principal speaker of the evening will be Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. An unusual program will be presented. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. *J*. • • • NATIONAL COUNCIL TO ENTERTAIN Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women announces that on Wednesday afternoon, December 7th at 2:00 o'clock in the beautiful dining room of the William Penn Hotel, Miami Beach, the annual membership tea will be held, when a very varied program of a dramatic sketch, and also a musical program will take place. All Council members and friends are invited, refreshments will be served. During the National Membership Drive which was from November 1st through November 15th Miami Section gained 80 new DENTIST OR. R. S. AKERS DR. H. L. ANDERSON DR. R. WILLIAMSON CIX>KKD BATl'KDAY Open Evenings by Appointment I Ph. 2-2131 1764 N. W. Mth St. | members. The local membership committee headed by Mrs. Albert Seiden in Miami and Mrs. Lej Kupper on Miami Beach, consisted of the following ladies: Mesdames Ralph Neufeld, Abe Rubin, Lewis Brown, Elry Stone, Maurice Koven, Bernard Feldman, Clarence Feuer, Albert Chisling, Irving Greenfield, Leon Eber, Maurice Furman, Max Shapiro, Joe Shopiro, Maurice Rosenberg, Harry Rushell, Jeanette Good and Aaron Barnhard, Klein, Anna R. Cohen Farr. The ladies taking part in the "skit" will be as follows: Mesdames I. M. Weinstein, Harry Shopiro, Herbert Simon, David Beyer, Tobias Simon, Bernard Feldman, Max Shapiro. Mrs. Morris Solomon, will render piano selections and Miss Shirley Patrick will give impersonations. On Wednesday evening, December 7th at the Lear School, 1500 Collins Avenue, Miss Peters of the Miami Edison School will lecture on Latin-American affairs. This lecture is open to the public and every one is welcome. Beginning Friday at 2:00 p. m., December 9th, Mrs. Isidor M. Weinstein will head a class in public speaking instruction and a Council Forum on Contemporary Jewish Affairs. This is open to all Council members and friends. Further announcement next week. Mrs. Ethel Rothlein was elected to serve the unexpired term of Mrs. Sam Silverstein who resigned; Mrs. Maurice Koven was named Happy Day chairman to succeed Mrs. Jeanette Good who resigned. KOSHER ZI0N SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Are. CHICAGO, ILL. 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rtlDA Y, DECKMBKB 2, 1988 TH1 JBWIBH PLftpmiiif PAOE SEVEN Strictly Confidential By PHINEA8 J. BIRON NUTZI STUFF American aviation circles claim t^t the reason NuUi Germany is making such a big play to win Lindbergh's friendship is that the Nazis feel they may be able to use him to get the helium they want fron Uncle Sam. Which reminds us that Lindbergh's home in Berlin will be the swanky apartment formerly occupied by SamueJ EinzfeW. a wealthy Jewish rug manufacturer who is now languishing in a concentration camp. Rugs from Einzfeld's factory cover the floors in the Nazi Brown House in Munich. If you like to draw conclusions from coincidences ponder the fact that March 18th is the birthday of Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and also of Herschel Grynzspan, the young Polish Jew who assassinated Ernst vom Rath, third secretary of the German embassy in Paris— Bath, incidentally, was on the point of resigning when he was shot—He was all fed up with Nazj.m—All of which leads us to remind you of our hint here last week—namely, that the Rath shooting was just another Reichstag Fire incident— WHAT PRICE A REFUGEE? Those in the know are far from principal backers-Hollywood Putting up .tiff battle to resist pressure from Wall Street, which opposes filmland's intention to pull out of the German and Italian markets because of the many ludicrous restrictions imposed by film censors in the dictator lands— Incidentally, some of those investigation bodies that are forever shouting about "Red" professors might have a look into the case of Elizabeth Schrader of the German department of Columbia, who openly admires Hitler and thinks he's got the right idea where the Jews are concerned.— JEWISH NEWS Judge Samuel Seabury is reported to be the leading candidate for the presidency of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League—When is Mike Jacobs, czar of boxing, going to reveal the charitable organization to which he will donate the $7,500 which represents ten percent of his net profit on the LouisSchmeling fight?—Those three English-Jewish weeklies within 150 miles of New York that were advertised for sale in the New York Times last week are the Jewish Ledgers of Hartford, New Haven and Springfield, Conn.—The B'nai B'rith Messenger of Los Angeles and its arch-competitor, the Jewoptinr'stic about the various col-]i 8 h Community Press, will be unization schemes and territoritie* merged in the next couple of weeks being offered to German Jewry by —A New York Jewess has gone the British government—The low into the business of preparing gefuellte fish at thirty cent a ball delivered.—But, then, Macy's has SOCIETY youth one of the veterans of English-Jewish journalism, has resigned to become B'nai B'rith's first national director of public relawZ£H m8ke hi8 home in "EBREW CULTURAL Washmgton J.mes Waterman LEAGUE ORGANIZED Wise has just finished writing a Play that deals with a most timely topic-Well give you three ses as to what its Reinhardt, who is MEETING IS HELD t about—Max in New York A Hebrew cultural organization, which will bear the name Tarbut, has been organized in our community, through the initiative of several scholars and friends interestdown is that Downing Street consders this a good opportunity to relieve Jewish pressure on Palescarried a canned version of this tine—The refugee question will loom large on the agenda of the Pan-American Conference opening next month at Lima, Peru—Theres a good chance, too, that the Red Cross will shortly take a hand in the refugee situation caused by the Gory Swastika—All shipping companies plying between Germany and the United States have taken special precautions to halt the wave of stowaways growing out of Nazi oppression—Stowaways now number about 60 a month—This brings us to a wisecrack that has become current in refugee circles hereabouts, but which you will have to read out loud with a genuine German accent if you want to appreciate it really: "the course of recent Jewish history, it states, has progresed from Magen David to Affidavit."— WHISPERINGS Wonder who's back of that self •tyled secret organisation calling itself "The 4,000" which is sponging a movement to confiscate property in America owned by forign propagandists, the closing of ft* consulates of totalitarian States and the deportation of nonrtoen propagandists?—The ruB r is out that Governor Frank Murphy of Michigan may succeed Hugh Wilson as U. S. ambassador *o Germany—In any event, you n bet that Wilson isn't going b <* to Berlin—William Dudley p Hey, Silver Shirt Generalissimo, torned anti-Semite because Hollywood producers rejected his scripts -Goebbela became a fiery Jeweler for a similar reason— ^"'t be surprised If the conven"" of the Amateur Athletic Un)• this coming week-end In Washier, adopts a hot anti-Nwi reaction— And some of the same piemen who insisted on Amer** sending a team to the Berlin "rrmpic Games will be among its famous Jewish delicacy for years. —Credit Rabbi Shapiro of Caldwell, N; J., with a right smart idea—Every Jew in his community has agreed to contribute a small sum of money for German refugees every time he breaks bread— A sizeable amount has already been turned over to the JDC.— Other towns and organizations could do worse than copy this plan! ABOUT PEOPLE Bernard Postal, managing editor of the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate since 1933 and despite his ^ % Seaboard reclining seat ail-conditioned coaches Gateway from the heat, dust and discomforts of the highways. Plan your trips—economically—in the comfort of Seaboard's latest type coaches. Look at these examples of low, one-way fares: Atlanta $1885 Boston 135.35 Chicago S29.05 Cincinnati $23.55 Jacksonville $ 7-35 New Orleans $19.65 New York $28.72 Philadelphia. $27 Washington $23.16 T. W. LUCKBTT. A.. P. A. M73 B. Flagler St, Tel Mi25 ofT; -Etl'^^r a r iva \ e d in the Hebrew ,an ^-^ or Ihis Eternal Road" production purpose of the organization will of ST v 8 ea8ons a *o. because be to present lectures in Hebrew thVt *K I"" 6W P* 0 16 knew b y Vi8itin 8chola o" Ejects of I^nnM r / W ,i t and C0mp0Ber CUrrent and vital '"Stance to nhZHl. J W real *' JeWi8h peop,e and al8 to fosphilosopher as well as a fine musician-His death last week left unfinished a manuscript on the philosophy of music that is a literary masterpiece—In the last few months of his life he became very much interested in the establishment of an institute that would raise the standards of music and music-teaching in this country— Frantisek Chvalkovsky, Czechoslovakia's foreign minister since the partition of his country, was a sure bet to be the new president of his dismembered republic until the Slovak anti-Semites discovered that his ancestry was suspiciously non-Aryan — Father Flanagan's famous Boys Town in Nebraska, has a new singer for its choir in the person of the fourteen-yearold son of Rabbi Shulman of Hackensack, N. J.—Father Flanagan asked for young Shulman after hearing him broadcast on an amater the knowledge of, and regard for, the Hebrew language in the Greater Miami Jewish community. At the first meeting, held at the home of Mr. D. Freedman, the group elected as its president, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Tern! pie Israel, and Mrs. D. Freedman, as secretary. The first open meeting will pre*l sent the famed Hebrew author and noted pedagogue, Mr. Aaron Franteur program, and got his services after asuring the lad's father that the boy would be given only strictly kosher food. The Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami held a meeting last Monday evening at the home of Mrs. P. Shubow. Election of officers took place during the business meeting and Mrs. H. Seitlin was re-elected president; Mrs. Tillie Hartman, treasurer; Mrs. Rose Deckowitz, recording secretary; Mrs. I. Shapoff, financial secretary; Mrs. A. Leibman, chairman of the Jewish National Fund; Mrs. J. S. Greenstein chairman of Ways and Means committee and Mrs. P. Shubow literary chairman. Refreshments were served and a reading was written and read by Mrs. Shubow. The meeting was closed with a prayer composed and, read by Mrs. J. S. Greenstein. t kel, who swill speak on "Democracy at the Crossroads." The meeting will be held at the Lear School patio, 1500 Collins, Miami Beach, on Sunday, December 11th, 1938 at 3:00 o'clock. All those interested in Hebrew culture are invited to attend. GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION i fr 1014 ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM JT IL D-lOlZ 515 WASHINGTON AVENUE %  RANK'S INE OODS ir .. V j Tender, Juicy Hot Corned Beef & Pastrami Sandwiches Imported Beers, Wines & Champagnes Finest Delicatessen, Grocries, Dairy Products 451 W. 41ST STREET — MIAMI BEACH "Quality Tells—Price Sells" PHONE 5-5171 %  rVSandwiches Our Specialty! t



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1A0B EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAH FRIDAY, DEOEMBEE 2, 1938 %  ———— -i—'i %  — %  %  — %  — %  —— %  %  %  — — %  — %  — %  —•{• Monday evening. Boy and girls BETH JACOB CONGREGATION intere8ted c n come to the8e meet Washington Avenne and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESChELOFF, Rabbi 62.". Michigan Avenue 'Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 5-2013 ings or see the Rabbi. JUNIOR CONGREGATION JACKSONVILLE Notes DIVINE SERVICES Shachriss at 7:00 and 8:00 each morning. Mincha at 5:00 each afternoon. Maariv at 5:45 each evening. The Rabbi teaches Jewish codes in English each afternoon between Mincha and Maariv. "Going to New Lands" will be the subject of the sermon this Saturday morning. Rabbi Mescheloff will also speak on the "Portion of the Week" at Shalosh S'oodoss, between Mincha and Maariv. Cantor Mamches will chant the service. Friday evening at 5:00; Saturday morning at 8:30; Saturday afternoon at 5:00. We welcome all comers. SISTERHOOD BANQUET This Sunday evening, December 4th. at the Victor Hotel, our Sisterhood will hold its annual installation banquet at 6:30 o'clock. Mrs. M. Krieger will preside as toastmaster and act as installing officer, Mrs. B. H. London will give her presidential message, Mrs. M. B. Frank will read the invocation, Mrs. M. Mescheloff will pronounce the benediction. The principal speaker will be our own Rabbi, Rabbi Mescheloff. An excellent program of entertainment has been arranged, and will be presented by Miss Malvina Weiss. It will include Rose Marie Gerson. Bob Lear, Edwin Ginsburg and Miss Josephine Rax in in a varied program of vocal and instrumental music. Reservations can still be phoned in to the Hotel Victor or to 5-5760 or 6-1328. This is the Sisterhood's outstanding event. Don't fail to attend. Proceeds go for the benefit of our synagogue and Hebrew School. FRIDAY NIGHT LECTURE SERIES I TVs year's series of Friday night lectures will open on Friday evening, December 9th in the spacious auditorium of our new synagogue building at 8:00 o'clock. Rabbi Mescheloff will deliver the onening lecture. Cantor Mamches will chant and lead in the singing. Remember: Friday evening. December 9th. We shall be expecting you there. HABANOTH TO ENTERTAIN The Habanoth are working hard on the preparation of the ; r Chanukah entertainment to be presented on Sunday, December 18th. Th*v will present a two-act play written especially for them by the Rabbi. There will be a number of monologues and songs. Tickets are now on sale. The price is nominal. The proceeds will go for worthy synagogue project. At the 1a*t meeting Mrs. Mescheloff and Miss Malvina Weiss, sponsors, led in a number of Important discussions. The girls began to study the singing of modern Palestinian songs, and made arrangements for their first volley hall practice to be held every Thursday afternoon at 3:30. The next meeting will be held Monda yevening at 7:00 o'clock at the home of the mother of our president. R'ta Schoenfeld. Girls who would like to join are asked to see the Rabbi or either of the sponsors. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Despite the cold weather last Sunday morning we had a splendid attendance at our Sunday sessions. Largest classes: Miss S merick's. Miss Kassel's and Attorney A. L. Mechlowitz's. Performing on our assembly program were Lester Rosenbaum, Stuart Kohn and Rena Jackson. Registration for Sunday and daily sessions can be made Sunday mornings from 10:00 to 12:00, or daily from 4:00 to 7:00. ORGANIZATIONS Our Boy Scout Troop meets every Tuesday evening. Our Girl Scout Troop every Wednesday evening. Our Young Judea on Thursday evening. Our Habanoth on Our young men between the ages of 13 and 18 held their Sunday morning minyan last Sunday 'at 9:00 under the supervision of I Cantor Mamches. Breakfast was served by Mrs. B. H. London in the name of the Sisterhood. We i urge all young men of these years to attend our regular Sunday morning service. RADIO PROGRAM The radio program will be heard over Station WIOD this Sunday afternoon from 3:80 to 4:00 o'clock 1 Cantor Louis Hayman accompan! ied by Mrs. E. Schaefer on the piano, will chant the appropriate melodies. Rabbi Max Shapiro will discuss the shbject: "What Prejudice Does to Humanity." The Ladies* Hebrew Sheltering and Aid Society and Home for the Aged entertained with a dessert bridge party recently in the auditorium of the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Mr. and Mrs. C. Jacobs announce the marriage of their daughter, Salome, to Nathan Abrams, son of Dave Abrams and the late Mrs. Abrams, on Thursday, November 24th, in New York City. Mr. Abrams is a graduate of the College of the City of New York. He is an aviation enthusiast, having obtained his pilot's license In 1936. He is an active member of I. O. O. F., and the Royal Arcanum, and other fraternal organisations, and is a prominent caterer. Miss Jacobs is s graduate of Robert E. Lee High School and was an active member of Junior Hadassah. Thanksgiving dance was held on Thursday night in the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Receiving at the door were Mrs. Hy Seiber and Mrs. Ben Setser, co-chairmen; Mrs. Ben Chepenik, president and Mrs. Joseph Hackel, past president. During the evening many novelty dances were conducted. Abba Safer and Miss Ethel Safer won the prise waits, Mrs. Henry Kramer the balloon dance. Senior Hadassah will sponsor a series of study grups, the first of which took place at the home of Mrs. Nat F. Cohen last Thursday evening. This first meeting featured a book review of "Thy Neighbor" by Lord Melchett and was given by Mrs. Ira Stein. The Daughters of Israel annual A second meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Group of Hadassah was held last Tuesday at the Seminole Hotel. Harold Cohen was the guest speaker. Mrs. I. Witten, senior chairman of the Jewish National Fund also addressed the group. USI ADVERTISING FOR SELLIN6....N0T FOR CONTRIBUTING! CUJL UUA. Qimtfon: DO YOU HAVE A PERMIT? In Miami at thia season of the year you will be solicited by many different species off advertising salesmen. They are selling advertising that may be classed as "good, bad and Indifferent." Many "advertising rackets" are launched at the beginning of the tourist season simply because business it good, money ia free and high pressure salesmen must earn a living. Wo don't ask you to give these salesmen the "bum's rush." Merely ask them If they have an Advertising Permit obtained under Miami City Ordinance 1257. No reasonable salesman will bo offended at the question. No good talesmen will refuse to secure such a permit. MIAMI CITY ORDINANCE 1157 PROVIDES 1. Advertising solicitors for programs, booklets and miscellaneous publications must secure permit. I. Pertinent information as to aireulatlon, coats and solicitation mutt bo filed with the City Manager. I. Written application for permit mutt have approval of Advisory Committee (Fair Practice lureau) before permit la issued by City Manager. *. The Permit soars nothing and k good for 60 da> I. Penalty for % %  %  a ba j r vM may be a $100 fine or Imprisonment for 40 days* or both. -mk-naifavu/mu : Tilt IHIaTIIIU tIRIII PREPAREI IT Til ADVERTISING CLUB ii GREATER MIAMI PIONI 1-1171 UIIIIA NATURAL RANK IIILIIII


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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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foJUttB NUMBER 46
figaa y^? Jeweslh Unity
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2,
1938
PRICE FIVE CENTS
LEADERS DEMAND
REFUGEES ENTRY
111 PLANS TEN
Jilf a million people connected
the Union of American He-
Congregatfons and Its affi-
w. the National Federation of
nple Sisterhoods, the National
deration of Temple Brother-
i and Youth Groups, will unite
[a great ten year program in
lich 100 percent membership is
[give service, according to an
Louncement just made by Robert
[Goldman, president of the un-
The program, suited to the
of the day, will reach its
ax at the Union's 75th birth-
| celebration to be held in Cin-
ati at the end of 1948.
prery group is to organize it-
immediatjely fofr a definite
am of service in its commu-
| by every member in addition
ying out Union projects lo-
k. The outline of work (a to
[comprehensive. Besides syna-
|ae problems, attention will be
I to city, state, national and
^national conditions, the Presi-
: explained.
tarther plans for 100 percent
rbership service will be formu-
at the Thirtty-Six* Bten-
Council of the Union in Cln-
ati, January 16-19. N. F. T.
. F. T. B., and Youth will also
kf plans at their conventions
leh will take place in conjune-
with the Union Assembly.
^mong local people interested
are active in heading the 10
\r program of service are:
r. Jaeob H. Kaplan and Rabbi
nan A. Zwitman of Temple Is-
3; Isaac I*vin, nres'dent of
pie Israel and Mrs. Milton P.
irers. president of Temple Is-
Btsterhood.
lesod Shel Ernes
Approves Campaign
|Th rhP<,Pr] shel EmP8 sister-
of which Mrs. Isidor Cohen
iMent, joined the oreaniza-
n* M h are actively a'ding the
1 famnai-rn of the Greater Mi-
pi 'Vdcnition of Jewish Welfare
"i when a resolution was
Pted at last Monday's meeting
Dntr'hute the sum of five hun-
dollars out of its treasury to
Greater Miami Federation
[miDaign to raise W5.150.00, to
o'al. national and Internation-
|J*w!sh organizations.
|"rs. R, Stone, the treasurer for-
rdd the check for fire hundred
Pnr* to the Federation yester-
> This is the third organisation
*"g the Federation though none
rece've funds from the cam-
f The first organisation to
"tribute was the Greater Miami
* Cemetery Aseocia 11 o n
* Paid two percent of the to-
famnaign 0r $1303.00. The
and organization waa the Emu-
Chapter Welfare Division.
Leeds, England, (WNS Palcor
Agency)Horror at the persecu-
tion of the Jews in Germany and
Italy and a demand that civilized
countries permit the entry of ref-
ugees from these lands were ex-
pressed in resolutions unanimous-
ly adopted by the conference of
Labor Zionist leaders convened
here under the auspices of the
Poale Zionists (Labor Zionist
group) with the participation of
labor organizations, trade unions
and labor branches.
The conference, called to deal
with the position of the Jew and
of Palestine, was attended by 170
delegates from over a hundred or-
ganizations from the whole of
Yorkshire.
The resolutions were adopter"
after Berl Locker, Palestine labor
leader, and Dov Hos, Deputy May-
or of Tel Aviv, had reported on
the latest happenings in Germany
and Palestine. The Conference
stressed the fact that the gates of
Palestine should be opened wide
for the absorption of Jewish ref-
ugees, and emphasized that Great
Britain must fulfill her pledges
for a Jewish National Home in
Palestine. It also endorsed all
Home policy, and called on all the
previous support given by the Brit-
ish Labor Party to the National
Labor Members of Parliament to
press that policy and make it ef-
fective.
Fifteen hundred people attended
the evening public session under
the chairmanship of Major James
Milner, Laborite Member of Par-
'iament.
GOERING SCORES
LEGAL ACTION
Berlin, (WNS)Field Marsha!
Herman Goering told thirty-six
district leaders that he would hold
them personally responsible for
any extra-legal action against
Jews. Sources close to Field Mar-
shal Goering said he explained to
the party leaders who were called
to Berl'n to consider the economic
situation, that the time for street
action against Jews was over and
that antiJewish decrees already is-
sued were regulating the "Jewish
problem."
In the meantime Jewish leaders
expressed fears that a one billion
mark government levy against
Jews would make their emigration
virtually impossible in the next
nine months. Jewish quarters
were extremely worried after stud-
ying the decree issued recently,
by which the Jewish fine will be
collected in four installments, end-
ing August 15, 1939.
First applications for the spec-
ial emigration of 1,500 children to
the Netherlands were taken at the
Netherlands Legation here. Jews
said the 1,500 quota would be filled
quickly. ___
HEBREW COLLEGE
DEDICATES BLDG.
On Sunday, December 4th, the
Dedication Week honoring the
completion of the new quarter-
million dollar Library Building of
the Hebrew Theological College
will begin. The large impressive
edifice in neo-Gothic style will be
officially opened by services at the
Congregation Knesses Israel, 3411
Douglas Boulevard, Chicago, at
2:00 p. m., and continue in the late
afternoon at the college buildings.
Representatives of many National
Organizations and outstanding
leaders of Jewish activities will be
present at the Dedication Cere-
monies. The guest speaker for
the Dedication will be the famed
Educator, Dr. Walter Dill Scott,
President of Northwestern Uni-
versity.
The Hebrew Theological College
has in its seventeen years of ex-
istence graduated seventy-two or-
dained Rabbis who also hold de-
grees from recognized Universi-
ties, holding prominent pulpits
throughout the country. The fac-
ulty is comprised of twenty-one
national and inter-national fam-
ous scholars, each an outstanding
man in his special field.
The present enrollment of 440
students represents an aggregate
of over 47 cities of 25 states and
5 provinces of the Dominion of
Canada. In addition, the College
has many students from abroad,
some of whom are refugees from
the oppressed lands of Europe.
France, Germany, Poland, Hun-
gary, Mexico, South Africa and
Palestine are all represented in
the Student Body.
In addition, spokesman for the
university said, the teaching ser-
vices of 58,700 religious and lay
instructors in elementary schools,
and 30,000 professors and instruc-
tors in higher institutions, would
be involved.
In a statement accompanying
the pastoral letter, the Most Rev.
Edward Mooney, Archbishop of
Detroit, pointed out that while the
course was designed for use in
parochial schools, it was hoped that
the program would not be consid-
ered an exclusively Catholic un-
dertaking. Such studies, it was
added, are urged for all to nullify
influences that are seeking to un
dermine democracy in this country
JR. HADASSAH
URGES OPENING
Pittsburgh, (WNS)A proposal
that the immigration laws of
Palestine be relaxed in favor of
German refugees and Transjordan
be opened to Jewish immigration,
and an insistence that the project-
ed British round-table conference
with Arabs and Jews be based only
on the Balfour Declaration and the
British Mandate were embodied in
resolutions adopted today at the
final session of the Fifteenth An-
nual convention of Junior Hadas-
sah, the Young Women's Zionist
Organization of America.
The convention also elected offi-
cers and celebrated the eighteenth
birthday of Junior Hadassah.
Miss Nell Ziff, of New York,
president of Junior Hadassah, urg-
ed the cooperation of Jewish youth
in supporting the Jewish Palestine
Pavilion of the New York World's
Fair, declaring that the Jewish ex-
hibit will be the only one repre-
senting a people that is not sup-
ported by a government and there-
fore needs the aid of individuals
and groups.
Miss Ziff, president; Miss Na-
omi Brodie, secretary and Miss
Ernestine Krischner, treasurer, all
of New York, were re-elected to
their respective offices. Miss Syl-
via Brody of Akron, Ohio, Miss
Gottfried of New York City, Miss
Tama Gutoff of Brooklyn and Miss
Sara Turner of Chicago are vice-
presidents.
Religious Liberty
Rally To Be Held
The Welfare Division of Emu-
nah Chapter O. E. S., headed by
Mrs. Lena Simon, Welfare Chair-
man, joined the organizations giv-
ing concrete approval of the pur-
poses of the Greater Miami Fed-
eration of Jewish Welfare Funds
when at the last meeting of the
Chapter the sum of one hundred
dollars was ordered paid as the
organization's contribution to the
1939 Campaign to raise $65,150,
for local, national, and internation-
al Jewish Relief Agencies.. A
check for the contribution was
forwarded to the Federation by
Mrs. Simon last Friday.
In forwarding the contribution,
Mrs. Simon said::
"We regret exceedingly that
lack of funds prevents us from
making a much larger contribution
towards this splendid cause. We
sincerely hope and are urging our
members to do their utmost to
help make the Federation's cam-
paign go over the top. We need a
Federation in the Greater Miami
area, and our Welfare Division ia
happy to have been able to do Ita
bit towards making the Federa-
tion's campaign the success it will
undoubtedly be."
German-Americans
Condemn Nazis
British Overcome
Palestine Outlaws
Palestine, (WNS)-British mili-
tary authorities in Palestine are
succeeding in their campaign to
wipe out Arab terrorism there.
There has been relatively little
bloodshed. Troop methods of sur-
rounding villages suspected of
harboring rebels and a systematic
house to house search for arms
and ammunition have been the
best means of quelling the riots.
Although it cannot be said that
security has been entirely restored
to Palestine, conditions in the
country show a decided improve-
Washington, D. CThe fourth
annual mass meeting of the Com-
mittee on Religious Life in the
Nation's Capital announced for
the evening of December 5th in
Constitution Hall will be devotee!
to a demonstration against the
persecution of Jews and other
minority groups in Central Europe
Speakers will be Senator Ed
ward R. Burke, of Nebraska, rep-
resenting the public viewpoint; Rt.
Rev. James E. Freeman, Episcopal
Bishop of Washington, speaking
for the Protestant denominations;
and Father Edmund W. Walsh,
vice-president of Georgetown Uni-
versity and director of its Foreign
Service School, representing the
Catholic clergy.
The general subject, as announc-
ed by Canon Anson Phelps Stokes,
secretary of the committee spon-
soring the event, will be "Relig-
ious Freedom and Responsibility
in View of the World Situation."
The specific purposes of the meet-
ing have been outlined as follows:
To demonstrate the unity of the
religious forces in the nation's
capital.
To promote the conviction that
Providence, R. I., (WNS)A
public declaration condemning Na-
zi persecution of Jews in Germany
has been issued by the Central
Union of German Societies of
Rhode Island, representing several
hundred people of German birth
or extraction.
Reviewing the slaying of Ernst
vom Rath, German Embassy Sec-
retary in Paris, the declaration,
made public by the Union's secre-
tary. Rudolf Kiliansky, asserted
that "certain groups in Germany"
have been "incited by unprece-
dented anti-Jewish propaganda to
attack, persecute and maltreat
thousands of innocent people of
the Jewish religion."
"This barbarity," the statement
continued, "has changed the good
name and reputation of Germans
in all parts of the world who do
not approve of these measures of
vengeance."
ment as a result'of the activities
of quelling the riots.
The latest successful operations
were carried out in eight villages
long the railway between Jeru-
salem and Lydda. Sabotage on
this line had become so ser.ous
that railway service was discon-
tinued.
ideal of religious freedom under
the Constitution.
To promite the conviction that
religion is essential to true dem-
ocracy.
To express profound sympathy
with victims of intolerance and
cruelty in all parts of the world.
Rabbi Abram Simon of the
Washington Hebrew Congregation
will offer the invocation. Dr. Al-
bert J. McCartney, pastor of the
Covenant First Presbyt e r 1 a n
Church and chairman of the com-
mittee, will preside. The Army
Band will provide musfc.


PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2
,1938
TICKET SALE
INCREASES
According to reports of member?
of the ticket committee for the
Seventh Annual Dance of the
Young Men's Hebrew Association
to be held Sunday night, Decem-
ber 18th at the Civic Center Ball-
room, there will be an unusually
NAT BLUMBERG
large number of residents and
tourists in attendance. In charge
of ticket sales is Nat Blumberg,
chairman. He is being assisted by
Leon Lieberman, Adolph Haimes,
Dr. Milton Saslow, Dr. Samuel
Beckman, Dr. Harold Rand, Mil-
ton Weiner, Harry Gordon, Her-
man Waitsman, E. Albert Pallot,
Manny Teitler, Louis Safer, Joe
Syman, Milton A. Friedman, Har-
ry Schwartz, Jack Apte. Oscar Ar-
gintar, Joseph Berman, Miss Elea-
nor Marcus and Mr. Maurice
Grossman, the Executive Director.

NEW DINING T
ROOM OPENS
The Carlton Dining Room at
1433 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
announces, its opening at 5:00
o'clock Sunday afternoon, Decem-
ber 4th, for the current winter
season.
In fine surroundings the Carlton
Hotel Dining Room will be under
the management of the well-kuown
Mrs. Jennie Seiden of Miami and
Hendersonvilie, N. C, who will
have Mrs. Reva Schwartz associat-
ed with her.
The finest of home cooked foods
will be available to the gueste at
all times at reasonable prices. The
public is invited to attend.
i"
Jewish Veterans
to nominate
The Freda Markowitr Post of
the Jewish War Veterans will hold
an important meeting at the
American Legion hall on Monday
evening, December 12th when nom-
inations for the coming year will
be made. Guests of the evening
will be David Rubinoff, noted vio-
linist Members of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Post have been in-
vited to attend.
TO BE BAR MITZVAH
Berel D. Solomon, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank B. Solomon and
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Williams, long-time residents and
Mitzvah at the Saturday morning
B'NAI R'RITH TO
HOLD DRIVE
A membership drive for the lo-
cal B'nai B'rith Lodge is now in
progress to increase the member-
ship to one thousand before the
end of the year. Matthew S.
Bandler is membership chairman
for the campaign and will an-
nounce his committee in our next
issue. A meeting of the commit-
tee to. formulate plans is being
held as we go to press.
Full details will appear shortly.
Those desiring to aid are urged to
contact Mr. Bandler or any of the
officers of the organization imme-
diately.
*
DELEGATION TO ATTEND
DEDICATION
A number of the officers and
members of the local B'ai B'rith
Lodge will leave early Sunday
morning to attend the inauguration
of a new B'rith Lodge in Tallahas-
see, Florida. Among those who
will attend are Dr. Frank Coret,
Nathan Adelman, Elry Stone, Is-
aac Levin and 1 i. Albert Pallot. services in Beth David Synagogue
Saturday, December 3rd, begin -
TO GIVE LATKE "^ ning at 9:00 o'clock. Berel will
AND CARD PARTY | recite the Haftoro and the usual
A Chanukah Latke and card blessings and will a** apeak brief-
party will be given by the Pioneer ... __~
wJ.- r.. *-- a o I '* *bbi Max Shapiro will preach
W omen's Organization of Greater I *^ r
Miami with Mrs. P. Shubow in the Prents *nd grandparents of
charge of arrangements assisted ] B" Mitzvah wfl be beets to
by the Mesdames H. Seitlin, J. | briefly. Following the
REMOVES OFFICES
Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal, primi-
nent dentist of this area announces
the removal of his office from the
Congress Building to the new Du-
Pont Building, beginning on last
workers of this city, will be Bar; Thursday. Dr. Rosenthal has been
BAR MITZVAH TO
BE CELEBRATED
Next Saturday morning, De-
cember 10th, Louis Fine, ton af
Mr. and Mrt. Isidor Fine and
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Schwartx, long-time residents and
communal workers of this city,
will become Bar Mitzvah at the
services
Gerber. I. Shapoff, Z. Liberman.
Wolfman, Ratner and Matz. De-
tails of the affair will be announc-
ed in next week's issue.

RETH DAVID SPONSORS
DINNER
Beth David Sisterhood is spon-
soring its aanuaf Chanukal dinner
af Beth David Tafmud Torah hall
on Sunday evening", December 18,
beginning promptly at 5:30 p. m.
Mm. L. J. Hartz is chairman of
the arrangements jommittee. Fur-
ther details will appear in the next
issue ef tfce Jewish) Ftoridianv
their friends and worshippers at
a reception in the Talmud Torah
halL All are invited. No cards
are being issued.
WILL HOLD REGULAr
MEETtSW T"
The regulatr monthly meeting ef
the National Council of Jewisfc
Juniors will be held Tuesday even-
ing, December 6th at 8:30" p. m,
at Congregation Beth Jaeob, Hi-
ami Beech. AD members and!
friends aw iznited to attend.
REGIXAB MEETHfC
is ht:i> "
At the regular sneering of the
Chesen'Saal EmethiieM last Mon-
day eem'ag. it wi* voted to give
five hundred dollar*-to the Greater
Miami Federation of Jewish Wel-
fare Till* and all naeeaVere psedg
ed to work in the Federation
drive. Mrs. WiTnawj Cleinr w*l
elected* recording secretary. MrsJ
Isatbr Cohen, prevalent, presided!
aaf thanked all preacnt far theirj
splendid cooperation.
| VIOL \ BELASCO STUDIO OF DANCE
WEDNESDAYS at the ELKS VLJTB
B18 JEFFERSON fcVENUEMIAMI
Babie*Intermediate C la seBusiness Olrta ami
BaUriom Claw, at Hollywood Tuesday eventane.
M FOR PARTICUt-ARS PHONE 4-MZS OR 4-4017
;ACH
Ballroom Claaa.

Announcing the Opening /
Carlton Hotel Dining Room
,3 COLLINS AV.NUE -.AM, B.ACM. FLORIDA
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4th, 1938
AT 500 P. M.
UNDER THE SUPSKVISION OF
tehnIE SEIDEN AND REVA SCHWARTZ
PHONE FOR RESERVATIONS
5-3276 or 54486
DR. E ALBERT
ROSENTHAL
ANNOUNCES THE IlKimiVAL
OF HIS OFFICES
TO
725-6 DuPONT BUDJMNO
K. Flasler St.. Cor. Second Ave.
MIAMI FLORIDA
very active in local communal cir-
cles and is now serving another
term as assistant treasurer of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau.

ENGAGEMENT IS
ANNOUNCED *
The engagement of Miss Jane
Rita Davis, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Davis, of Chicago and
Miami, to Samuel Cohen, son of
Mr. Benjamin Cohen, of New York
and Miami, is being announced by
her parents.

MEMBERSHIP TEA
TO BE GIVEN '
The membership campaign being
conducted by the Ladies Auxiliary
of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will
culminate with a membership tea
on Monday afternoon, December
19th, according to an announce-
ment by the chairman, Mrs. Mau-
rice Jacobs and Mrs. Morris Cow-
en. An electric iron or toaster
will be presented to the member
who will have brought in the larg-
est number of new members. An
interesting program will be pre-
sented.
>
RETURNS TO
CITY -----
Mrs. Mendel Scheiaberg retarn
ed to the city after a three moaths
absence spent in Headersonvffle,
North Carolina. She will be gjatl
to greet her friends at Miller's
Apartments, 11136 Southwest Fifth
Street, and may be >aached by
at 2-47S.
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Louis is named for his paternal
grand-father, the late Mr. Louis
Fine, who was one of the founders
of Beth David Synagogue and one
of the pioneer Jewish residents of
this area. All friends of the fam.
ily are asked to attend. No cards
are being issued.

RETURNS TO CITY
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz
returned to the city Monday even-
ing from a combined business and
pleasure trip to Gainesville. They
were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Pepper.
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rtlDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1938
wJewisti floridian
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
P. 0. Box 2978
PLANT AND OFFICES
21 S. W. Second Avenue
J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager
Entered as second claw matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at
Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL
FLORIDA CITIES
SUBSCRIPTION
One year ....
Six Months
$2.00
$1.00
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1938
VOLUME 11. NUMBER 46.
A WORD OF CAUTION
There is no doubt in the minds of anyone that the Jew is
aroused beyond ordinary contemplation regarding the plight of
his fellow Jews throughout the world and particularly in Ger-
many. It would be inhuman to expect otherwise. It is but
natural that the Jew everywhere should want to cry out aloud,
to show the intense suffering he is undergoing.
May we decide for ourselves, each in his own little commu-
nity, at to the methods that shall be pursued? Or shall we as
thinking men and women determine to unite whatever forces
we possess, and together taking proper counsel, proceed in a
manner befitting our people and the tremendous trust imposed
on us.
Happily in recent months the American Jewish Committee,
the American Jewish Congress, the B'nai B'rith and the Jewish
Labor Committee united their forces under one common leader-
ship for the Defense of Jewish Rights. They have met the re-
cent Jewish situation in Germany in a masterful manner. The
ton-Jewish world, as we had every right to expect, came to the
front and protested. The American nation led by such great
humanitarians as President Roosevelt, Secretary Hull, Alfred
Landon, Herbert Hoover and other leaders in every walk of life
raised their voice to try to stop the hurricane of horrors hitting
the Jewish people. In this area men in every walk of life from
Governor Cone, Senators Pepper and Andrews, business and
professional men have all raised their voices in vigorous protest.
Unhappily some of our own brethren, with perhaps the
best intentions, have seen fit to try their own ideas without re-
gard to th national plan of action. Instead of consulting the
B'nai B'rith committee which is in reality representing the
national organizations, they have proceeded alone. The placing
of collection boxes labeled "Help the German Refugee" was ill
:.dvised and urfortunate.
May we suggest that in the future there be a greater har-
mony between all sections of Jewry. If there is anything that
may affect, even remotely, the welfare of our people we suggest
that those who have had considerable experience be consulted,
ind thu3 the general welfare of all be conserved._________
PAGE THREE
>
B'NAI B'RITH
gi.
BRIEFS
(BY E. ALBERT PALLOT)
overrhethlent!!:tainment gaD" Pt
over the other night at the Wil-
W Hotel. The dancing was
Srand, so they tell me, the girls
were given a great [**
littlelhT6"1 W8S 8Plendid- The
tuff ,h v" f,S 8trUttCd their
stuff, the Y. skit was fine, ,nd
even the grand old fiddler "Dave
Kubinoff, without his violin" was
on the job. Even though Elry was
late, and others were later, some
campa1gning was enjoyed, with
one of the candidates represented
by proxy.
One excuse is as good as anoth-
er. Now the boys are off to Tal-
lahassee for a grand and glorious
time. This time they say 'tis the
installation of a new Lodge in
Tallahassee.' A fine bit of work
and Doc Corel will get a chance to
"speechify" on State Federati
tion.
The anti-Defamation boys never
get a chance to let up. Now it's
one of the notorious Jew baiters
and racketeers getting himself in-
to an organization of as fine a
body of men as ever started in
this area. The leaders never even
knew of his nefarious practices.
Now that they know we predict
he'll | \ the skids fast.
SOCIETY
Matty has started off on the de-
termination has put the Lodge in
the "1000" class within a mighty
short time. He and his boys will
put it over if it's humanly possi-
ble. You have read of these "big
butter and egg men" here's
one that's typical of results. How-
ever, don't rely on the "big shots"
too much, Matty it's the little
fellows who bring the results
when things are added up.
A. Z. A. TO AID
ALIYAH v ]
In connection with the Supreme
Advisory Council, Miami Chapter
of A. Z. A. will cooperate in the
Aliyah work. Danny Richter
head of the local committee.
is
committee upon notification. Priz-
es will be awarded in games and
:ifre.hments wi'l be served.
WANTED
"Information is wanted of the
whereabouts of HYMAN SHER
*ho disappeared from his home in
New York City some time ago and
"nee 1932 has made no effort to
communicate with his family or
contribute to their support, as a
result of which his wife, Pauline,
nd three children, are now in des-
titute circumstances and depen-
dent on public charities. Mr. Sher
was born in Russia in 1896 and
came to the U. S. in 1913, is a fin-
isher at cloaks. Anyone aware of
his location is requested to com-
municate with the NATIONAL
DESERTION BUREAU. 7 West
Ui Street. New York City."
TflWIPA NOTES
Tan.pa Section, National Council
of Jewish Women, will give a nov-
elty party Tuesday afternoon aj
Maas Brothers Tavern. Admission
will be by presentation of a bundle
of saleable articles for the thrift
shop. Household articles, bric-a-
brac and clothing will be accept-
able and the public is invited to
attend.
Mr*. Joe Wohl is chairman and
comnvttee members are Mrs. I.
Uebman. Mrs. A. Kessler, Mrs. I.
Wohl. Mrs. M. Schwartz, Mrs. F.
Perlman, Mrs. H. N. Sandier, Mrs.
I, Shear, Mrs. O. Marcus. Mrs. I.
R. Einbinder, Mrs. H. Fyvolent
and Mrs. Joe Waterman. Bundles
that are too large to be taken to
the party will be called for by the
A tri-city meeting was held lust
Sunday, November 27th. The m?5t-
iog was held in Tampu, with Jack-
sonville and Miami as guests. A.l
members of the Tampa Junior Ha-
dassah, Jacksonville and Miami
Hadassrh were invited to attend
the rii.dasil. tri-city meet.
A board meeting was held at the
home of the Tampa Chapter Ha-
dassah's president, Mrs. Dave Pen-
nan. Jacksonville was represented
by eight members of their chapter.
Miami se'it regrets that they would
be unable to attend. A luncheon
was held at the home of the Ha-
dassah's sponsor, Mrs. Ben Haim-
ovitz. An open meeting to which
everyone va sinvited to attend was
held at the Floridian Hotel. The
Rabbi Adolph Burger gave the
opening prcyer. America was sung
by the entire group present. Mrs.
Dave Pennan, president of Tampa
Chapter gave an opening and wel-
coming talk. Reports were given
by Mrs. Julius Silverman, member-
ship chairman, Mrs. Ben Home,
finance cha riran; Mrs. Jay Mark-
owits, Jewish National Fund
chairman; MM Rae Freeman,
Publicity Ch.r.rman; Mrs. Ben
Haimoitzv. sponsor, also gave a
short t*lk. There was a round
tab!" dtonmiWl of various current
topics.
Miss Clara Crar-cr. Jacksonville
president of ijner Hadassah gave
reports of her various committee
ANNUAL EVENT TO BE
GALA AFFAIR
With two outstanding orches-
tras furnishing dance music, not-
ables from the stage, screen and
radio providing entertainment and
novelty stints galore, the seventh
annual dance of the Young Mens
Hebrew Association promises, to be
one of the outstanding events in
local history.
Every Jewish organization in
the Greater Miami area has prom-
ised their hearty cooperation to
make this event both a social as
well as a financial success. The
proceeds of this seventh annual
pvent will be used for the building
fund of the organization and to
provide much needed room for the
many activities of the Y. and
their affiliated organizations.
The dance w:ll be held at the
beautiful Civic Center ballroom on
Sunday eveninp, December lth,' aI opportunity is extended to men,
and all are ura-ed to make their I women and children everywhere to
The debating, oratory and bas-
ket-ball teams have been working
steadily for the Southern Regional
Convention to be held in Jackson-
ville the latter part of December.
Harry Freeman, an Aleph from
Manchester, N. H., Chapter No.
221, was a visitor and guest speak-
er at the last A. Z. A. meeting
held at the Y. clubrooms.
The local chapter is planning
Friday night services in the next
few weeks.

i
CAMPAIGN ON FOR SALE
OF CHRISTMAS SEALS
With the opening of the 32nd
annual sale of Christmas Seals on
Thanksgiving Day, an intemation-
nurchases of tickets from mem-
bers of the Y. arrangements com-
mittee or at the offices of the Y.

HADASSAH TO OBSERVE
ONEG SHABBAT
The Miami Chapter of Sen'or
Hadassah will observe OneR Shab
insure their own health and happi-
ness by making possible the con-
tinuance of work of preventing the
spread of tuberculosis and the
treatment and cure of existing
cases of this white plague.'
So successful has this local work
been, as it is carried on by the
bat Saturday, December 3rd at th | Dade County Tuberculosis, associa-
home of Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, i tion, that this county,*? one of the
5925 North Bayshore Drive, Mi-, few in the entire nation where the
ami Beach. The program will in-1 death rate from tuberculosis has
elude a talk on the "Romance of been reduced sharply, during the
Chassidism" by Mrs. I. M. Wein- Past year.
stein; an oration on the "Brighter
Side of Jewish Life" by Theodore
The fact that so many patrons In
ill health come to Miami because
Plant, and poems by Jessie Samp- .t ... ..
.... ., ., of its reputation as one of the
ter will be given by Mrs. Morris .... .
_ .. ;, healthiest cities
Rubin. Assisting the hostess in
receiving will be the executive
board. All members and friends
are cordially invited to be present.
chairmen of their progress. Miss
Anita Marco also gave a short talk
on Youth Aliyah. Rabbi Burger
gave a short talk. His subject was
"Jewish Problems and Their Solu-
tions."
Rabbi Burger gave the closing
prayer and the meeting was ad-
journed.
A dinner dance was later ield
for the guests at Rubin's Restau-
rant. Mrs. Oscar Verkauf was
chairman of arrangements, Mrs.
Al Weiss was co-cha;rman with
Mrs. Julius Silverman assisting.
in ft* "world
makes the work of prevention here
of an importance impossible to ex-
aggerate. It makes the work of
prevention of the spread of this
disease a matter of vital concern
to every one of us for our individ-
ual health is inseparably depen-
dent upon that of the persons with
whom we are obliged to come in
contact every day.
Thousands of sheets of Christ-
mas Seals have gone out in the
mail this week-end, additional
seals may be obtained- from the
offices of the'tuberculosis associa-
tion in the Florida National Bank
Building. 2-1213. Soon they will
be available in booths all over the
city.


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PAGE FOUR
THE JEWIBH FLOBIDIAM
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2. lttte
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1546 8. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
LADIES AUXILIARY
The next regularly scheduled
meeting of the Auxiliary will be
held on Tuesday, December 6th in
the synagogue. Mrs. Charles Tan-
nenbaum, chairman of the forth,
coming Chanukah party will report
on the progress of her committee.
Mrs. Krick, chairman of the Purim
Ball, will render a preliminary re-
port about arrangements regard-
ing our great annual function.
Mrs. Ida Buckstein will preside.
INSTALLATION PLANNED
Te installation of the newly
elected officers of the congrega-
tion is scheduled for Sunday ev-
ening, December 11th. Mr. H. M.
Drevich is in charge of the com-
mittee arranging the affair. Many
surprises and features are planned
and a cordial invitation is extend-
ed to all. A detailed report of the
installation will be found in next
week's issue.
NEW ADULT CLASS
In addition to the daily Shulchan
Aruch class conducted by Rabbi
Kellner a new class in Chumash
and Rashi was organized which
will be held every Shabbos after-
Sunos a talk on Midrashick por-
before Mincha. During Shalos
Sudos a talk on Midreshick por-
tions of the week will be rendered
by the Rabbi.
LADIES HEBREW CLASS
The Ladies Adult class in Ele-
mentary Hebrew will have its first
session on Tuesday night, Decem-
ber 6th at 7:30 o'clock in the syna-
gogue. A cordial invitation is ex-
tended to all members of the aux-
iliary and to their friends.
HEBREW SCHOOL
The Hebrew classes in the Tal-
mud Torah are still open for addi-
tional registrants and we earnestly
bespeak the attention and interest
of parents who are still denying
to their children the opportunity of
participating in this most sacred
venture.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
A regular meeting of the Board
of birectors of our congregation
will be held on Tuesday night, De-
cember 6th in the synagogue
Matters of great importance will
be discussed and all members are
urged to be present.
HABANOTH
The elementary classes in He-
brew are progressing satisfactorily
and the Junior Division of the
Habanoth will also attend one ad-
ditional day of the week in order
to accomplish the general work of
the first year in the Hebrew
School.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
The assembly program this com-
ing Sunday morning will be in
charge of Mrs. Tannenbaum's clas"
6, Section 1. A new class was or-
ganized last Sunday and will be
taught by Mr. D. Kellner.
Buy yoar tickets now for the
Y. M. H. A. annual ball, Sunday
December 18th at Civic Center.
NOfcE
tAMMIVt
tonui mcD
COCKTAIL 1001*31 mt COfTEE SHOF
Q*W I. a. POUHD Hwh
HOTtL rATTIN V HOTU OlfOTO
One of the biggest events of the
season took place Wednesday ev-
ening, November 23rd at Bayfront
Park when the Y. M. H. A. spon-
sored a community program under
the auspices of the Recreation Di-
vision of the City of Miami.
This performance made such an
impression on our non-Jewish
friends that we received an unsol-
icited letter from the Miami Re-
creation Commission which, among
other things, stated:
"Yours was without doubt the
most impressive and enjoyable
Thanksgiving program it has ever
been our privilege to attend. The
crowds which thronged the park
were indeed most appreciative, and
caught the spirit of Thanksgiving,
which we felt reflected in their
enthusiastic applause."
The entire program was conceiv-
ed by Maurice Grossman, our Ex-
ecutive (Director, who was ably
assisted by our president, Milton
A. Friedman, and by Miss Ida
Engler, past president of the Y.
W. H. A.
We wish to thank the following
for participating in our program
and helping us make it a great
success:
Boy Scout and Girl Scout
Troops; Milton A. Friedman; Ida
Engler: Rabbis Kellner and Zmit-
man; Theresa Rubenstein; Bob
I .ears; Mrs. Marion Shindell; Ruth
Wolkowsky; Phil Weintraub;
Gwendolyn Resnick; Dave Druck-
er; Phyllis and Madeline Shulman;
Marion Wohl; Irma Bernstein;
Dorothy Lightman; Rosalie Hoff-
man; Sam Greenstein; Edwin Gins,
burg; Josephine Raxin; Roy Parks
and our "Swelleganf Master of
Ceremonies, the one and only
Chester Alexander.
gregation will deliver the tint in
a series of two lectures on "Nat-
ionalism." Public forum will f0[.
low.
Buy your tickets now for the
Y. M. H. A. annual ball, Sunday
December 18th at Civic Center.
On next Wednesday, December
7th, the Y. will have a smoker for
male members only. It has been
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a real old-fashioned get-together.
A sort of old-timer's night. Our
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equipment for a ring, which can
be installed in a few minutes,
making our club look like a regu-
lar boxing arena. All those desir-
ing to enter either of these teams,
please register with Herman or
with our Executive Director.
On Sunday evening, December
4th at 8:00 o'clock, there will be
a spelling bee contest between the
Boy Scout and Girl Scout Troops.
Much spirited rivalry is taking
place between these two groups.
There will be entertainment and
refreshments will be served. Ad-
mission is fifteen cents and the
proceeds will go for equipment
On Sunday evening, December
11th, the Dramatic Club will Kive
three one-act plays at the Y. Re.
serve this date. More details next
week.
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to success with our Seventh An-
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The Y. feels highly honored in
the recent appointment of Maurice
Grossman, our Executive Director,
as chairman of the Speakers Bu-
reau, for the campaign of the
Greater Miami Federation of Jew-
ish Welfare Funds. If the pro-
gress made at the Y. M. H. A,
under Mr. Grosman's capable lea-
dership is any criterion, then the
success of the Federation Drive is
practically assured. Good luck to
you, Mr. G.
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Y. will be held on Tuesday, De-
cember 6th, at 8:30 p. m., Rabbi
Max Shapiro of Beth David Con-
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vbtPAY. DECEMBER 2, 1938
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7746
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A ZWITMAN
Ml Indian Creek Drive-lS 530 N. E. Jl.t 8t -t 7V.I
MIAMI BEACH MIAM| '
Either or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning
Tou may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewla commu
nity. or your po:onal problem.. You will be assured sympathetic
bearlnv and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held In
strict confidence.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
Regular services will be held at
the Temple this Friday, December
2nd, 1938 at 8:16 o'clock. Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan will deliver the
sermon on the subject of: "Jeal-
ousy, the Sign of Defeat."
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
conduct the services.
The reception after the services
will have as its hostess, Mrs. H. H.
Miller, who will present the re-
freshments for the occasion in hon-
or of her newly born grandson.
Last Friday evening the recep-
tion of the Sisterhood Sabbath ser-
vice was in charge of Mrs. Men-
del Cromer, Mrs. Irving Frumkes,
Mr. Maxwell Hyman, Mrs. J. B.
Margnlis, Mrs. Joseph Richter,
Mrs. Harry Rubin, Mrs. Herbert
Simon, Mrs. Harold Spaet, Mrs.
Leo Stein and Mrs. M. P. Travers.
Services are held at the Tem-
ple every Saturday morning at
11:00 o'clock.
THE CONGREGATION
REJOICES
Because of the arrival of Lynn
Werblow, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. S. Charles Werblow, and
hopes for the daughter the ability
to make of herself as great an as-
set to the Jewish community as are
her parents; and because of the
arrival of a son of Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. Miller, loyal and tireless
workers in all our Congregational
endeavors.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
"Not even the rebuilding of
the Temple is as important as
he teaching of children."
At the Religious School assem-
bly of this coming Sunday, Decem-
ber 4th, 1938 at 11:80 o'clock a
Playlet on the subject of "Know
Thy Community," will be present-
ed by the following pupils of Mrs.
Grossman' class. High School 1.
Miami Jewish Community and
Spirit of the FederationRegina
Loveman.
Refugee Family:
FatherFreeman Nevins.
MotherBarbara Koven.
SonFranklin Nankin.
DaughterBetty Lyons.
Two SistersJean Bushell, Phy-
liss Turchin.
Customs OfficerHenry Bron-
ner.
Council RepresentativeJoyce
Pearlman.
Welfare RepresentativeSusan
David.
Hadasaah Representative Mur-
iel Caplan.
Y- M. H. A. Representative
^ries Rubin.
B'nai B'rtth and Congregations
Robert Weiti.
Sunday School TeacherFay
Cowen.
Pupil of Temple Israel Religious
SchoolBarbara Meyer.
PAGE FIVE
SISTERHOOD
"A woman who feareth the
Lord, she shall be praised."
Proverbs.
The next meeting of the Temple
Sisterhood will be in the form of
a membership tea, on Monday,
December 5th, 1938 at the Adams
Hotel, 21st Street and Parke Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, from 3:00 to
5:00 o'clock.
GENERAL
A meeting of the Board of Di-
rectors will take place next Tues-
day evening, December 6th, 1938.
AH the members of the Board are
urged to attend.
YAHRZEITS
The Yahrzeits to be commemo-
rated during the month of Decem-
ber are:
Mina Kaplan, Isidore Coret,
I.eah Richter, Esther Zeientz, Jos-
eph Mirsky, Esther Moscowitz,
Bernard Finkelstein, Elias Brown,
Barney Newman, Adolph Louis.
Fay Stark, Edward Morton, Fanny
Taradash. Leopold Ackerman, Em-
ma Stein, Dora Ghertler, Celia
Simons, Joseph Lichtenstetter,
Ralph Binswanger, Frederick
Frank, Pauline Feldstein, Ida Spiro
and Max Zeientz.
RABBI ZWITMAN SPEAKS IN
JACKSONVILLE
By invitation of several Jewish
organizations in Jacksonville, Fla.,
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman was
the principal speaker at a mass
meeting of the Jacksonville Jew-
ish community, on Wednesday ev-
ening, December 30th, 1938.
ORLANDO NEWS
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
Mr. Joe Ottenberg mas recently
appointed by the local B'nai B'rith
Lodge to be chairman of the local
post of Jewish War Veterans. Mr.
Ottenberg was appointed to con-
tact all service men and Jewish
legionnaires.
CHANUKAH PREPARATIONS
Preparations for Chanukah are
Koing forward in both the Sunday
Religious School and the daily He-
brew School. The play now being
directed by Mrs. Dora Wittenstein
will be presented by a cast of over
forty children in costume and
music.
The boy's Hebrew choir are re-
hearsing the Chanukah Blessings
and Sabbath service and kiddush
nrayers. In the advanced Hebrew
department, Morty Cohen and
Stanley Tetenbaum have begun
translating Hebrew stories into
English. The Bar Mitzvah Club
no wcons'sts of Stanley Schader,
Arthur Hillman, Stanley Becker,
Billy Jacob and Danny Zimmer-
man.
LADIES AUXILIARY
Rabbi Skop recently spoke on
"Jewish Current Events" following
an address by Mrs. Fuller on "The
Modern Woman and Her Inter-
ests."
The budget presented by Mrs.
Ben Salomon was approved calling
for items for religious school, Red
Cross, Needlework Guild and
Charity Board and Synagogue.
PROGRAM ON JEWISH MUSIC
At the invitation of the Orlando
Music Club a program was pre-
sented on Jewish music by Mr.
Herbert Talisman and Mr. Norman
Nagel. Rabbi Skop spoke on
"Characteristics of Jewish Music.
Mr. Ely Haimowitz rendered sev-
eral piano selections.
RADIO BROADCAST
Through the courtesy of the lo-
cal station WDBO, three of Flor-
ida's outstanding leaders in the
religious, educational and political
life were presented in a short pro-
gram denouncing the brutality and
appealing to Americans to protest
the horrors.
The speakers were President
Hamilton Holt of Rollins College,
Congressman Joe Hendricks of the
United States Congress and Rev.
A. Fred Turner, minister of the
First Methodist Church.
In the local papers have also ap-
peared statements by the Orlando
and Orange County Ministerial As-
| sociation condemning the Nazi
I brutalities and urging Christians
to associate themselves with lib-
eral forces to prevent prejudices
cropping up in our environments.
CONDOLENCES TO RIVITZ
FAMILY OF CLEVELAND '
After days of anxious hoping
and prayer Mr. Max Rivitz passed
away last Saturday morning at the
Florida Sanatorium. A special
service was held following the
Taharah ceremonies.
Mr. Rivitz was an outstanding
Jewish leader and philanthropist
of Cleveland, Ohio. His two
daughters accompanied the body to
Cleveland, Mrs. M. Hort and J.
Rivitz. Mr. Rivitb was the fathtr
of Cleveland's outstanding leader,
Hiram Rivitz. The Orlando Jew-
ish community expresses its con-
dolences.
SERVICES
Friday at 8:15 p. m., Serman:
"Unity Does Not Mean Uniform-
ity." Musical service by Mr. Her-
bert Talisman. Kiddush by boys
Hebrew school choir. Readings
from Hebrew literature and Sed-
rah.
Shabos morning at 8:30 a. m.,
Cantor Leshinsky and Rabbi Skop
officiating.
NOMINATION OF OFFICERS
Last Sunday evening a large
group of members of the Congre-
gation met and nominated the
slate of officers for the coming
year including B. J. Cohen and
Sol Wittenstein for president. El-
ections will take place the last
Sunday in December.
CHEVRA KEDISHA PARTY
As is the custom in Congrega-
tion Ohev Shalom yearly the
Chevra Kedisha (Thy Holy Broth-
erhood who officiate at burial
rites) will hold their get-together
at the synagogue social hall on
Thursday, December 9th. Guests
of honor will be Rabbi William
Wittenstein from Patterson and
Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Chairman of the affair is Mr.
L. S. Frankel of the Religious
Committee. There will be refresh-
ments and group singing.
HEARTIEST MAZEL TOV
' The entire community expresses
i Mazel Tov to Mr. and Mrs. Gus
Bear upon the birth of a baby
girl. There will be a Kiddush next
Shabbos at which time the name
will be announced. May the new
arrival grow up to be as sweet
J and Jewishly responsive as is their
adorable Marian Bear.
B'NAI B'RITH AUXILIARY
HOLDS PUBLIC INITIATION
Next Monday night, December
5th at the synagogue social hall
the Ladies Auxiliary of the local
B'nai B'rith will hold ceremonies
o finitiation for its new members.
The Orlando Degree Team under
Mr. Abe Hamowitz will officiate
in full regalia.
Guest speaker will be Rev. John
Hangar of the First Methodist
Church of Winter Park. Rev.
Hangar is one of the finest liberal
ministers in Central Florida anl
an excellent speaker. This meet-
ing will be open to the public.
The B'nai B'rith Lodge has been
invited and will attend in a body.
RABBI SPEAKS IN HAINES
CITY
Rabib Skop addressed the Ro-
tary Club of Haines City this week
upon the invitation of the only
Jew in Haines City, Mr. Sam Sie-
gal.
THE DOUGH CLUB
More than twenty young women
who are members of the Dough
Club met at the home of Mrs. Joe
Wittenstein to start their pro-
gram of social and cultural acti-
vities. Rabbi Skop was guest
speaker on the subject: "Under-
standing Jewish Survival."
The group meets at the home of
a different member twice monthly.
ROLLINS COLLEGE SPONSORS
PROTEST MEETING
A sacred evening of religious
protest against anti-Semitism will
be held at Rollins College Wednes-
day, December 7th. Professor
Feuerstein will speak.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1938
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)

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135 NORTHWEST
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi-
Office Phone 2-1473
THIRD AVENUE
1029 N. W. First Street
Home Phone 2-2176
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
Late Friday evening services
will be held at the Beth David
Congregation at 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will officiate and
Cantor Louis Hayman, assisted by
the Beth David choir will chant
the liturgic melodies.
An invitation has been extended
to Dr. Abraham Wolfson, noted
authority and author of the "Life
and Works" of Baruch Spinoza.
Dr. Wolfson will be the guest
speaker and he will discuss the
subjects "Spinoza, Philosopher and
Jew.". A social hour will be held
in our auditorium immediately af-
ter the service.
RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION
We earnestly request that the
readers of this column remember
the following culture events of our
institution. Every Sunday morn-
ing immediately after Sunday
School from 12:00 to 12:30, Mr.
Stanley C. Myers conducts a dis-
cussion group on the rules and
principles of Hebrew Pedagogy.
Teachers and adults who are in-
terested are invited to attend.
Every Sunday morning from
10:30 to 11:30 Rabbi Shapiro con-
ducts his adult discussion group
on Jewish ceremonies, laws and
observances. From 9:00 to 9:45
every Sunday morning a Bar Mitz-
vah group meets under the guid-
ance of Mr. Louis Gadon; children
of 12 are permitted to attend.
A Chanukah play is being ar
ranged to be shown during the an
trual Chanukah dinner sponsored
by the Beth David Sisterhood on
December 18th.
Do not forget to attend with
your children the Sabbath services
of thl Junior Congregation Sat-
urday morning at 10:30. A Kid-
dush is given to the children after
every service.
UNIVERSITY
The Librarian of the University
of Miami has expressed the grati-
tude of the faculty to B'nai B'rith
for the fine contribution to the
University library, in conjunction
with the course presented by Rabbi
Shapiro at the University. Those
who desire to use the reference
shelf are, permitted to do so. The
following books were presented to
the library by B'nai B'rith and it
is hoped that it will be increased
from time to time.
Husick, I. A history of medieval
Jewish philosophy, MacMillan, c-
1916.
Wooley, L. Abraham. Scribner,
1936.
Kent, C. F. The growth and con-
tents of the Old Testament. Scrib-
ner c-1926.
Robinson, H. W. The religious
ideas of the Old Testament. Duck-
worth 1913.
. Smith, W. R. The Old Testament
in the Jewish Church. Black 1892.
Kent, C. F. Israel's Historical
and Biographical narratives, Scrib-
ner, C-190& -
Kent, C. F. Israel's laws and
legal precedents. Scribner, c-1907.
Kent, C. F. The makers and
teachers of Judaism. 2 cops. Scrib-
ner, c-1911.
Sanders, Frank K. Old Testa-
ment history. Scribner, c-1922.
Kent, C. F. The founders and
rulers of United Israel, Scribner,
c-1908.
Cadbury, H. J. National ideals'
the Old Testament. Scribner 1920.
Adams, John The Hebrew proph-
ets and their message for today.
Clark 1928.
Comins, H. L. The Jew'sh Pro-
phets, American Hebrew Con. 1936
Kent, C. F. The life and teach-
ings of Jesus. Scribner. c-1913.
Scott, E. F. The gospel and its
tributaries. Scribner, c-1929.
Moore, G. F. History of relig-
ions, 2 volumes. Scribner, c-1919-
1920.
Jastrow, Morris. Hebrew and
Babylonian traditions, Scribner
1914.
Abrahams, Israel. Jewish Life in
the middle ages. Goldston, 1932.
Bentwich, Norman Hellenism.
Jewish publ. soc, 1919.
Bildersee, Adele. Jewish post-
Biblical history through great per-
sonalities. American Hebrew Con-
gregation, c-1918.
De Haas, Jacob, ed. The ency-
clopedia of Jewish knowledge. Beh-
rman, c-1934.
Dubnov, .S M. An outline of
Jewish history. Maisel, c-1925.
Goldberg and Benderly. Outline
of Jewish knowledge, 3 volumes.
Jew. Bur. 1929-1931.
Gottheil, R. J. H. Zionism. Jew
ish publ. soc, c-1914.
Holmes, J. H. Palestine today
and tomorrow. MacMillan, 1929.
Kent, C. F. A history of the He
brew people from the settlemen
in Canaan to the division of the
kingdom, 12th ed. Scrib. c-1925.
Kent, C. F. A history of the
Jewish people during the Babylon
ian, Persian and Greek periods
Scribner, c-1927.
Kohler, Kaufmann. Jewish theo-
logy. MacMillan, c-1918.
Lohr, M. R. H. A history of re
ligion in the Old Testament. Scrib
LM6,
Margolis and Marx. A h'story o
the Jewish people. Jew. Publ. sec
c-1927.
Masserman and Baker. The Jew
come to America. Bloch, 1932.
Moore, G. F. Judaism in the
first centuries of the Christian
era. 2 vols., Harvard pr. c-1927.
Radin, Max. The Jews among
the Greeks and Romans. Jewish
publ., soc., c-1916.
Roback, A. A. Jew'sh influence
in modern thought. Sci-Art, 1929
Roth, Cecil. A bird's eye view
of Jewish history. Amer. Heb
Cong., 1985.
Roth, Cecil. The Jewish contri-
bution to civilization. Mac. c-1909.
Sanders, F. K. History of the
Hebrews. Scribner, c-1928.
Schechter, Solomon. Some as-
pects of Rabbinic theology. Mac.
c-1909.
Slouschz, Nahum. The renas-
cence of Hebrew Literature, Jew-
ish publ., soc., J909.
Ginzberg, Asher. (Ahad Ha'am,
pseud.) Selected essays. Jew. publ.
soc., c-1902.
socim
PROTEST RESOLUTIONS
ARE ADOPTED
The Miami Lodge No. 948 Bene-
volent and Protective Order of
Elks at a recent meeting unani-
mously adopted resolutions of pro-
test against the German outrages
against Jews, and approved the
financial plan recently proposed
by Rabbi Edward L. Israel of Bal-
timore to raise one hundred mil-
l-on dollars in the United States
to aid the German refugees.
William Shayne, prominent lo-
cal communal worker is Exalted
Ruler of the Lodge and Harry
Goldstein, long-time resident of
this area and former member of
the Florida Legislature was chair-
man of the Resolutions Committee
which drew the resolutions.

NEW DELICATESSEN
TO OPEN
Next Wednesday, December 7th,
Joe's Broadway Delicatessen will
open its first branch store at 216
Seventh Street, Miami Beach, in
one of the finest and most modern
delicatessen and restaurants on
the Beach.
Featuring everything in local
Godspeer, G. S. A history of the
Babylonian and Assyrians. Scrib-
ner, c-1902.
YAHRZEITEN
The following departed beloved
ones anniversary observed this
coming Hebrew month of Kislev:
Menachem Mendel Ben Yisroel,
father of Mrs. Jean Seitlin and
Mrs. Sam Haas10th Kislev or
December 3rd.
Avrohom Ben Aryoh Laeb, fath-
er of Mrs. Louis Hayman, 10th
Kislev, December 3rd.
Rikle Bas Shabso, mother of
Louis Gordon11th Kislev, De-
cember 4th.
Mordecai Ben Shlomma Binum
father of Mrs. Louis Miller11th
Kislev, December 4th.
Aida Bas Aadel, mother of Mrs.
Hoffman15th Kislev, December
8th.
Ester Bas Mordechai, mother of
Mrs. Harry Oliphant16th Kislev,
December 9th.
Mayer Shimon Ben Chinuch
Hennach Halevi, father of Mrs. A.
Rubin17th Kislev, December 10.
Isser Ben Levi, son of Louis
Wcinkle17th Kislev, December
10th.
Channa Bas Moshe, mother of
Wolf Blutstein17th Kislev, De-
cember 11th.
Gedalyohu Ben Avrohom, father
of Mrs. S. Rauzin20th Kislev,
December 13th.
Rivkah Bas Yosef, wife of Chas.
Greenberg20th Kislev, December
13th.
Yitzchok Shimon Ben Mayer,
father of Mohilner family21st
Kislev, December 14th.
Moshe Ben Yudel, father of
Mrs. S. B. Miller22nd Kislev
December 15th.
Yitzchok Moshe Ben Avrohom
Dov, son of Esther Morton25th
Kislev, December 18th.
Zalmen Ben Yisroel Hachoen,
father of H. Rayvis25th Kislev,
December 18th.
Label Ben Yisroel, father of Leo
Ackerman27th Kislev, Decem-
ber 20th.
MOZEL TOY
We express our felicitations to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Solomon at
the Bar Mitzvah of Beryl, Satur-
day morning, December 3rd at
9:00 o'clock and we trust that
Beryl will grow up "Li-Chupah
Uli-Maasim Tovim." No individual
invitations have been sent out but
friends are cordially asked to be
present.
and imported fancy groceries, dai-
ry products, smoked fish, appetiz-
ers, it will provide the most jaded
appetites with the finest in foods
from a sandwich to a complete
meal.
The branch store will be under
the management of Seymour Gutin
of Shifrin's Hebrew National
Store on the Boardwalk at Long
Beach, Long Island.
The public is invited to visit and
inspect the new store, owned and
operated in conjunction with the
main store by Joe Perlman, well
known for many years in the res-
taurant and delicatessen lines in
Miami and Miami Beach.
INSTALLATION BANQUET
TO BE HELD
The annual installation banquet
of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood will
be held Sunday evening, December
4th at the Victor Hotel at 8:30
o'clock. Mrs. M. Krieger will act
as toastmaster and installing of-
ficer; Mrs. B. H. London will give
her presidential message; Mrs. M.
B. Frank, the invocation and Mrs.
M. Mescheloff the benediction.
The principal speaker of the ev-
ening will be Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff. An unusual program will
be presented. All members and
friends are cordially invited to
attend. *J*.

NATIONAL COUNCIL
TO ENTERTAIN
Miami Section, National Council
of Jewish Women announces that
on Wednesday afternoon, Decem-
ber 7th at 2:00 o'clock in the
beautiful dining room of the Wil-
liam Penn Hotel, Miami Beach,
the annual membership tea will be
held, when a very varied program
of a dramatic sketch, and also a
musical program will take place.
All Council members and friends
are invited, refreshments will be
served.
During the National Member-
ship Drive which was from No-
vember 1st through November
15th Miami Section gained 80 new
dentist
or. r. s. akers
dr. h. l. anderson
dr. r. williamson
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members. The local membership
committee headed by Mrs. Albert
Seiden in Miami and Mrs. Lej
Kupper on Miami Beach, consisted
of the following ladies: Mesdames
Ralph Neufeld, Abe Rubin, Lewis
Brown, Elry Stone, Maurice Kov-
en, Bernard Feldman, Clarence
Feuer, Albert Chisling, Irving
Greenfield, Leon Eber, Maurice
Furman, Max Shapiro, Joe Shop-
iro, Maurice Rosenberg, Harry
Rushell, Jeanette Good and Aaron
Barnhard, Klein, Anna R. Cohen
Farr.
The ladies taking part in the
"skit" will be as follows: Mes-
dames I. M. Weinstein, Harry
Shopiro, Herbert Simon, David
Beyer, Tobias Simon, Bernard
Feldman, Max Shapiro. Mrs. Mor-
ris Solomon, will render piano se-
lections and Miss Shirley Patrick
will give impersonations.
On Wednesday evening, Decem-
ber 7th at the Lear School, 1500
Collins Avenue, Miss Peters of the
Miami Edison School will lecture
on Latin-American affairs. This
lecture is open to the public and
every one is welcome.
Beginning Friday at 2:00 p. m.,
December 9th, Mrs. Isidor M.
Weinstein will head a class in pub-
lic speaking instruction and a
Council Forum on Contemporary
Jewish Affairs. This is open to
all Council members and friends.
Further announcement next week.
Mrs. Ethel Rothlein was elected
to serve the unexpired term of
Mrs. Sam Silverstein who resign-
ed; Mrs. Maurice Koven was nam-
ed Happy Day chairman to suc-
ceed Mrs. Jeanette Good who re-
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rtlDAY, DECKMBKB 2, 1988
TH1 JBWIBH PLftpmiiif
PAOE SEVEN
Strictly Confidential
By PHINEA8 J. BIRON
NUTZI STUFF
American aviation circles claim
t^t the reason NuUi Germany is
making such a big play to win
Lindbergh's friendship is that the
Nazis feel they may be able to use
him to get the helium they want
fron, Uncle Sam. Which re-
minds us that Lindbergh's home in
Berlin will be the swanky apart-
ment formerly occupied by SamueJ
EinzfeW. a wealthy Jewish rug
manufacturer who is now lan-
guishing in a concentration camp.
Rugs from Einzfeld's factory cover
the floors in the Nazi Brown
House in Munich. If you like
to draw conclusions from coinci-
dences ponder the fact that March
18th is the birthday of Prime Min-
ister Neville Chamberlain and also
of Herschel Grynzspan, the young
Polish Jew who assassinated Er-
nst vom Rath, third secretary of
the German embassy in Paris
Bath, incidentally, was on the
point of resigning when he was
shotHe was all fed up with Naz-
j.mAll of which leads us to re-
mind you of our hint here last
weeknamely, that the Rath
shooting was just another Reich-
stag Fire incident
WHAT PRICE A REFUGEE?
Those in the know are far from
principal backers-Hollywood
Putting up .tiff battle to resist
pressure from Wall Street, which
opposes filmland's intention to
pull out of the German and Ital-
ian markets because of the many
ludicrous restrictions imposed by
film censors in the dictator lands
Incidentally, some of those inves-
tigation bodies that are forever
shouting about "Red" professors
might have a look into the case
of Elizabeth Schrader of the Ger-
man department of Columbia, who
openly admires Hitler and thinks
he's got the right idea where the
Jews are concerned.
JEWISH NEWS
Judge Samuel Seabury is report-
ed to be the leading candidate for
the presidency of the Non-Sectar-
ian Anti-Nazi LeagueWhen is
Mike Jacobs, czar of boxing, going
to reveal the charitable organiza-
tion to which he will donate the
$7,500 which represents ten per-
cent of his net profit on the Louis-
Schmeling fight?Those three
English-Jewish weeklies within 150
miles of New York that were ad-
vertised for sale in the New York
Times last week are the Jewish
Ledgers of Hartford, New Haven
and Springfield, Conn.The B'nai
B'rith Messenger of Los Angeles
and its arch-competitor, the Jew-
optinr'stic about the various col-]i8h Community Press, will be
unization schemes and territoritie* merged in the next couple of weeks
being offered to German Jewry by A New York Jewess has gone
the British governmentThe low into the business of preparing ge-
fuellte fish at thirty cent a ball
delivered.But, then, Macy's has
SOCIETY
youth one of the veterans of Eng-
lish-Jewish journalism, has resig-
ned to become B'nai B'rith's first
national director of public rela-
wZH m8ke hi8 home in "EBREW CULTURAL
Washmgton J.mes Waterman LEAGUE ORGANIZED
Wise has just finished writing a
Play that deals with a most timely
topic-Well give you three
ses as to what its
Reinhardt, who is
MEETING IS
HELD
t
aboutMax
in New York
A Hebrew cultural organization,
which will bear the name Tarbut,
- has been organized in our commu-
nity, through the initiative of sev-
eral scholars and friends interest-
down is that Downing Street con-
sders this a good opportunity to
relieve Jewish pressure on Pales- carried a canned version of this
tineThe refugee question will
loom large on the agenda of the
Pan-American Conference opening
next month at Lima, PeruTheres
a good chance, too, that the Red
Cross will shortly take a hand in
the refugee situation caused by
the Gory SwastikaAll shipping
companies plying between Ger-
many and the United States have
taken special precautions to halt
the wave of stowaways growing
out of Nazi oppressionStow-
aways now number about 60 a
monthThis brings us to a wise-
crack that has become current in
refugee circles hereabouts, but
which you will have to read out
loud with a genuine German ac-
cent if you want to appreciate it
really: "the course of recent Jew-
ish history, it states, has progres-
ed from Magen David to Affi-
davit."
WHISPERINGS
Wonder who's back of that self
tyled secret organisation calling
itself "The 4,000" which is spon-
ging a movement to confiscate
property in America owned by for-
ign propagandists, the closing of
ft* consulates of totalitarian
States and the deportation of non-
rtoen propagandists?The ru-
Br is out that Governor Frank
Murphy of Michigan may succeed
Hugh Wilson as U. S. ambassador
*o GermanyIn any event, you
n bet that Wilson isn't going
b<* to BerlinWilliam Dudley
pHey, Silver Shirt Generalissimo,
torned anti-Semite because Holly-
wood producers rejected his scripts
-Goebbela became a fiery Jew-
eler for a similar reason
^"'t be surprised If the conven-
"" of the Amateur Athletic Un-
) this coming week-end In Wash-
ier, adopts a hot anti-Nwi rea-
ction And some of the same
piemen who insisted on Amer-
** sending a team to the Berlin
"rrmpic Games will be among its
famous Jewish delicacy for years.
Credit Rabbi Shapiro of Cald-
well, N; J., with a right smart
ideaEvery Jew in his community
has agreed to contribute a small
sum of money for German refu-
gees every time he breaks bread
A sizeable amount has already
been turned over to the JDC.
Other towns and organizations
could do worse than copy this plan!
ABOUT PEOPLE
Bernard Postal, managing editor
of the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate since 1933 and despite his
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ail-conditioned coaches
Gateway from the heat, dust
and discomforts of the high-
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Seaboard's latest type coaches.
Look at these examples of
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T. W. LUCKBTT. A.. P. A.
M73 B. Flagler St, Tel Mi25
ofT; -Etl'^^ra riva\ed in the Hebrew ,an^-^ -
or Ihis Eternal Road" production purpose of the organization will
of ST v '8ea8ons a*o. because be to present lectures in Hebrew
thVt *K I"" 6W P*0"16 knew!by Vi8itin* 8chola o" Ejects of
I^nnM r /W!,i"t and C0mp0Ber CUrrent and vital '"Stance to
nhZHl. J W" real *' JeWi8h peop,e' and al8 to fos-
philosopher as well as a fine mu-
sician-His death last week left
unfinished a manuscript on the
philosophy of music that is a lit-
erary masterpieceIn the last few
months of his life he became very
much interested in the establish-
ment of an institute that would
raise the standards of music and
music-teaching in this country
Frantisek Chvalkovsky, Czechoslo-
vakia's foreign minister since the
partition of his country, was a
sure bet to be the new president
of his dismembered republic until
the Slovak anti-Semites discovered
that his ancestry was suspiciously
non-Aryan Father Flanagan's
famous Boys Town in Nebraska,
has a new singer for its choir in
the person of the fourteen-year-
old son of Rabbi Shulman of Hack-
ensack, N. J.Father Flanagan
asked for young Shulman after
hearing him broadcast on an ama-
ter the knowledge of, and regard
for, the Hebrew language in the
Greater Miami Jewish community.
At the first meeting, held at the
home of Mr. D. Freedman, the
group elected as its president,
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Tern!
pie Israel, and Mrs. D. Freedman,
as secretary.
The first open meeting will pre*l
sent the famed Hebrew author and
noted pedagogue, Mr. Aaron Fran-
teur program, and got his services
after asuring the lad's father that
the boy would be given only strict-
ly kosher food.
The Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation of Greater Miami held a
meeting last Monday evening at
the home of Mrs. P. Shubow. Elec-
tion of officers took place during
the business meeting and Mrs. H.
Seitlin was re-elected president;
Mrs. Tillie Hartman, treasurer;
Mrs. Rose Deckowitz, recording
secretary; Mrs. I. Shapoff, finan-
cial secretary; Mrs. A. Leibman,
chairman of the Jewish National
Fund; Mrs. J. S. Greenstein
chairman of Ways and Means com-
mittee and Mrs. P. Shubow liter-
ary chairman.
Refreshments were served and a
reading was written and read by
Mrs. Shubow. The meeting was
closed with a prayer composed
and, read by Mrs. J. S. Greenstein.
t
kel, who swill speak on "Democ-
racy at the Crossroads."
The meeting will be held at the
Lear School patio, 1500 Collins,
Miami Beach, on Sunday, Decem-
ber 11th, 1938 at 3:00 o'clock.
All those interested in Hebrew
culture are invited to attend.
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1A0B EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAH
FRIDAY, DEOEMBEE 2, 1938
-i'i { Monday evening. Boy and girls
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION intere8ted c'n come to the8e meet
Washington Avenne and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESChELOFF, Rabbi
62.". Michigan Avenue
'Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 5-2013
ings or see the Rabbi.
JUNIOR CONGREGATION
JACKSONVILLE
Notes
DIVINE SERVICES
Shachriss at 7:00 and 8:00 each
morning. Mincha at 5:00 each af-
ternoon. Maariv at 5:45 each ev-
ening. The Rabbi teaches Jewish
codes in English each afternoon
between Mincha and Maariv.
"Going to New Lands" will be
the subject of the sermon this Sat-
urday morning. Rabbi Mescheloff
will also speak on the "Portion
of the Week" at Shalosh S'oodoss,
between Mincha and Maariv. Can-
tor Mamches will chant the ser-
vice. Friday evening at 5:00;
Saturday morning at 8:30; Satur-
day afternoon at 5:00. We wel-
come all comers.
SISTERHOOD BANQUET
This Sunday evening, December
4th. at the Victor Hotel, our Sis-
terhood will hold its annual instal-
lation banquet at 6:30 o'clock. Mrs.
M. Krieger will preside as toast-
master and act as installing of-
ficer, Mrs. B. H. London will give
her presidential message, Mrs. M.
B. Frank will read the invocation,
Mrs. M. Mescheloff will pronounce
the benediction. The principal
speaker will be our own Rabbi,
Rabbi Mescheloff.
An excellent program of enter-
tainment has been arranged, and
will be presented by Miss Malvina
Weiss. It will include Rose Marie
Gerson. Bob Lear, Edwin Ginsburg
and Miss Josephine Rax in in a
varied program of vocal and in-
strumental music.
Reservations can still be phoned
in to the Hotel Victor or to 5-5760
or 6-1328. This is the Sister-
hood's outstanding event. Don't
fail to attend. Proceeds go for
the benefit of our synagogue and
Hebrew School.
FRIDAY NIGHT LECTURE
SERIES
I
TVs year's series of Friday
night lectures will open on Friday
evening, December 9th in the spac-
ious auditorium of our new syna-
gogue building at 8:00 o'clock.
Rabbi Mescheloff will deliver the
onening lecture. Cantor Mamches
will chant and lead in the singing.
Remember: Friday evening. De-
cember 9th. We shall be expect-
ing you there.
HABANOTH TO ENTERTAIN
The Habanoth are working hard
on the preparation of the;r Chan-
ukah entertainment to be present-
ed on Sunday, December 18th.
Th*v will present a two-act play
written especially for them by the
Rabbi. There will be a number of
monologues and songs. Tickets
are now on sale. The price is
nominal. The proceeds will go for
worthy synagogue project.
At the 1a*t meeting Mrs. Mes-
cheloff and Miss Malvina Weiss,
sponsors, led in a number of Im-
portant discussions. The girls be-
gan to study the singing of mod-
ern Palestinian songs, and made
arrangements for their first volley
hall practice to be held every
Thursday afternoon at 3:30.
The next meeting will be held
Monda yevening at 7:00 o'clock at
the home of the mother of our
president. R'ta Schoenfeld. Girls
who would like to join are asked
to see the Rabbi or either of the
sponsors.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Despite the cold weather last
Sunday morning we had a splendid
attendance at our Sunday ses-
sions. Largest classes: Miss S m-
erick's. Miss Kassel's and Attor-
ney A. L. Mechlowitz's. Perform-
ing on our assembly program were
Lester Rosenbaum, Stuart Kohn
and Rena Jackson.
Registration for Sunday and
daily sessions can be made Sunday
mornings from 10:00 to 12:00, or
daily from 4:00 to 7:00.
ORGANIZATIONS
Our Boy Scout Troop meets ev-
ery Tuesday evening. Our Girl
Scout Troop every Wednesday ev-
ening. Our Young Judea on Thurs-
day evening. Our Habanoth on
Our young men between the
ages of 13 and 18 held their Sun-
day morning minyan last Sunday
'at 9:00 under the supervision of
I Cantor Mamches. Breakfast was
served by Mrs. B. H. London in
the name of the Sisterhood. We
i urge all young men of these years
to attend our regular Sunday
morning service.
RADIO PROGRAM
The radio program will be heard
over Station WIOD this Sunday
afternoon from 3:80 to 4:00 o'clock
1 Cantor Louis Hayman accompan-
! ied by Mrs. E. Schaefer on the
piano, will chant the appropriate
melodies. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
discuss the shbject: "What Preju-
dice Does to Humanity."
The Ladies* Hebrew Sheltering
and Aid Society and Home for the
Aged entertained with a dessert
bridge party recently in the audi-
torium of the Jacksonville Jewish
Center.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Jacobs announce
the marriage of their daughter,
Salome, to Nathan Abrams, son of
Dave Abrams and the late Mrs.
Abrams, on Thursday, November
24th, in New York City.
Mr. Abrams is a graduate of the
College of the City of New York.
He is an aviation enthusiast, hav-
ing obtained his pilot's license In
1936. He is an active member of
I. O. O. F., and the Royal Arcan-
um, and other fraternal organisa-
tions, and is a prominent caterer.
Miss Jacobs is s graduate of
Robert E. Lee High School and was
an active member of Junior Ha-
dassah.
Thanksgiving dance was held on
Thursday night in the Jacksonville
Jewish Center. Receiving at the
door were Mrs. Hy Seiber and
Mrs. Ben Setser, co-chairmen;
Mrs. Ben Chepenik, president and
Mrs. Joseph Hackel, past presi-
dent.
During the evening many novel-
ty dances were conducted. Abba
Safer and Miss Ethel Safer won
the prise waits, Mrs. Henry Kra-
mer the balloon dance.
Senior Hadassah will sponsor a
series of study grups, the first of
which took place at the home of
Mrs. Nat F. Cohen last Thursday
evening. This first meeting fea-
tured a book review of "Thy
Neighbor" by Lord Melchett and
was given by Mrs. Ira Stein.
The Daughters of Israel annual
A second meeting of the Busi-
ness and Professional Women's
Group of Hadassah was held last
Tuesday at the Seminole Hotel.
Harold Cohen was the guest
speaker. Mrs. I. Witten, senior
chairman of the Jewish National
Fund also addressed the group.
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