The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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VOLUME 11.NUMBER 62.
TlhtB Jewish Unity
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WORKERS MOVED
II SPERKERS
More than five hundred work-
ers in the coming campaign of the
Grtr Miami Federation of Jew-
ish Welfare Funds gathered at
Beth David Synagogue last Wed-
nesday night to listen to stirring
.ddresses by Rabbi Harry A. Ep-
itein of Atlanta, Ga., and Louis
Plstt, representative f the re-
cently formed union of J. D. C,
United Palestine Appeal and the
National Coordinating Committee
for Refugees.
Mr. Maurice Grossman, chair-
man of the speaker's bureau of
the campaign opened the meeting
RABBI HARRY A. EPSTEIN
and presented Stanley C. Myers
president of the Federation who
spoke briefly of the work of the
organization and introduced Rabbi
Abraham A. Kellner. Rabbi Kell-
ner on behalf of the Rabbinate of
the nrra welcomed Rabbi Epstein
*"d introduced the guest speaker.
Rabbi Epstein made an eloquent
appeal to help the morale of Jew.
ry throughout the world by re-
plying to persecutors with funds
to aid stricken Jewry everywhere.
Mr. Platt who was the next
aker gave a vivid portrayal of
the work of J. D. C, the United
Palestine Appeal and the National
Coordinating Committee and then
brought the hearers to enthusiasm
*'hen he urged they demand and
not beg for contributions for the
campaign.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer chair-
man of the Campaign, spoke brief:
' >y and added his appeal for work-
*r and intensive aid in the cam-
paign. Following the showing of
a talking film "With J. D. C.
through Europe," the workers
*re the guests of the Wometco
Theatres for a view at the Cap-
itol Theatre of the current March
of Time picture featuring Refu-
gees.
ft wag announced that literature
Tua.inting the public with the
*ork of the twenty-three partici-
pating agencies had been distrib-
M*d. Pictures of the Captains of
** Women's Division were taken.
MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER 30, 1938
ITALY MAY EASE
ANTI-SEMITIC LAW
Rome, (WNS) Certain aspect
of the new anti-Semitic laws may
soon be eliminated in a plan to
ease anti-Semitism in Italy accord-
ing to the Osservatore Romano,
official Vatican newspaper.
Meanwhile, the Senate approved
the new anti-Jewish decree laws
but the poll brought out one of
the largest numbers of opposition
votes recorded in the Senate in
recent years. These laws are de-
signed to exclude Jews from gov-
ernment positions, restrict their
businesses and professions and
forbid them to marry Italian "Ar.
yans."
PRICE FIVE CENTS
ERICAN J. D. C.
ELECTS OFFICERS
New York, (WNS)The Amer-
ican Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee, the chief American
Agency aiding distressed Jewish
communities in Central and East.
ern Europe, announced at the close
of its annual meeting the re-elec-
tion of its principal officers for
the year 1939.
The list, which includes Gover-
nor Herbert H. Lehman and Coun-
cilman George Backer, follows:
Mrs. Felix M. Warburg, honorary
chairman Paul Baerwald, chair-
man; Governor Herbert H. Leh-
man, James N. Rosenberg, George
Backer, James H. Becker, David
M. Bressler, Alexander Kahn, Wil-
liam Rosenwald, Edward M. M.
Warburg and Dr. Jonah B. Wise,
vice chairmen; Marco F. Hellman,
and I. Edwin Goldwasser, treasur-
ers; William A. Kushland, asso-
ciate treasurer; Miss Evelyn at.
Morrisey, assistant treasurer;
Mrs. H. B. L Goldstein, comptrol-
ler; Joseph C. Hyman, secretary
and executive director.
James N. Rosenberg and Leon
Falk, Jr., were reelected chairman
and vice-chairman respectively, of
the Committee's National Council-
Sam Lewisohn, Harold K. Guinz-
burg, Henry Ittleson, Arthur Jar-
etzki, Jr., and Albert D. Lukcr
were elected to the Executive
Committee of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee. The complete
roster of the Executive Commit-
tee during the past year, were re-
elected for another one-year term.
ATHLETE
TO DIRECT A. Zl
Washington, D. C.,Nat Hol-
man, basket-ball coach of the Col-
lege of the City of New York for
20 years, has accepted appoint-
ment as national athletic director
of Aleph Zadik Aleph, Junior
B'nai B'rith, whose 13,000 mem
bers sponsor the largest nationally
directed Jewish youth sports pro-
gram in the United States, accord-
ing to an announcement by Sam
Beber, President of the Supreme
Advisory Council of A. Z. A.
As the first national athletic
director of Aleph Zadek Aleph,
Mr. Holman will serve in a volun-
teer capacity as consultant and
expert on all questions dealing
with the organization's nationwide
sports activities- These include
225 basketball teams in 210 cities
in 44 states, which are preparing
for the annual 33 regional and
seven district championship tour-
naments; 50 sectional summer
tournaments in track and field,
soft ball and tennis; and the A.
Z. A. National Olympics, to be
held at the end of June at Port
Jervis, New York, with over 400
boys from all parts of the country
participating.
Known from coast to coast as
the nation's outstanding basketball
teacher whose city college quintets
have won 218 out of 278 games
since 1918, Mr. Holman is also
famous as a professional basket-
ball player. He starred for the
Original Celtics from 1921 to 1928
playing in three world champion-
ship games. He also played with
the Whirlwinds and many other
B'Nai B'rith's Pde$tine CoUn.,
-*?"' ^
_ n.iu.i have two additional reasons for
B'aal B'ritb -^S^JJJff^lSIaS the fe.C.v.1 mart.
mkln erry <*".'j.g'S.S Brith-Alfred M. Cohen
Colony at **^ ,?.. i. the Ea / the JW-ycw* ?
Idge AO. SI"! : _
ontaaisatios. -
PIONEER CHALVT2
ISSUES WARNING
New York, (WNS)Arriving on
the Aquitania to attend the Nat-
ional Conference for Palestine
which will be held in Washington,
D. C, January 14 and 15, Josf
Baratz, Palestine's pioneer colony
builder, writer and labor leader,
issued a warning to Great Britain
not to ignore the vast possibili-
ties for colonisation in Palestine
in her search for havens of refu-
ge for Jews who must emigrate
from Germany.
Mr. Baratz, who founded Dag-
ania, Palestine's oldest cooperative
colony more than twenty-eight
years ago, will bring to the Con-
ference of representatives of 800
Jewish communities in the United
States, a detailed program fc>
enlarging the scope of immigra-
tion and settlement in Palestine
for Jewish refugees from Ger-
many and Jews from other lands
of oppression.
B'NAI B'RITH WILL
SPONSOR SMOKER
WAR VETERANS
EEECT OFFICERS
By unanimous vote of the mem-
bers H. H. Farr has been reelect-
ed commander of Freda Markowitz
Post 174, Jewish War Veterans.
Annual election was held Sunday
at Harvey Seeds Post Home. Don-
ald LaVigne was elected senior
vice commander; Nat Roth, junior
vice commander; EIry Stone and
Harry Segal, co-judge advocates;
Dr. M. Wigdor, surgeon and Louis
Auerbach, W. H. Bergman and
Eugene Weiss, trustees.
National vice commander of the
organization, Meyer Neuman of
New York, was guest and assur-
ed members that the national con-
vention to be held in Miami next
August was certain to be attended
by 10,000 delegates. Harry Mark-
owitz, national executive commit-
teeman, announced the formation
of a new post at West Palm Beach
noted pro court teams until he re-
tired as a player in 1933. Mr.
Holman is now professor of physi-
cal education at City College, head
of the physical education depart-
ment of the 92nd Street Y. M. H.
A., in New York, national basket-
ball interpreter of the Amateur
Athletic Union asd director of
Camp Scatico.
BMF.T TO OPEN
LOCAL CAMPAIGN
Rabbi Jonah B. Wise one of the
foremost orators in the United
States and general chairman of
the American Jewish Joint Distri-
bution Committee will arrive here
next Thursday to be the guest
speaker at the opening of the
campaign for the Greater Miami
Federation 6f Jewish Welfare
Funds. The campaign will open
with a banquet for all teams and
workers of the Federation at the
Rv.iiis Hotel Saturday, January 7
at 8:30 o'clock.
Rabbi Wise who recently re-
turned from a European trip is
probably the foremost authority
For the purpose of introducing
the new members, more than one
hundred of whom have recently
joined the Lodge, a gala smoker '
will be sponsored by the local i
B'nai B'rith Lodge to follow a
brief business session next Thurs-
day evening, January 5th begin-
ning at 8:00 o'clock at the Atlantis '.
2655 Collins, Avenue Miami Beach.
In charge of arrangements arc
Matthew S. Bandler and Sidney L.
Segall. All members are urged to
attend. Only members and male
friends will be admitted. A gala
program of entertainment will be
presented.
on Jewish affair j throughout the
world and will portray the actual
conditions aff vrinij Jewry evi.ry-
vhere.
The campaign proper will open
Sunday January 8th and last thru
January 18th with the goal of
$65,150. set as the minimum sum
to be raised for the twenty-three
local, national and overseas organ-
izations which will be aided by the
local fund. Stanley C. Myers is
president of the local Federation
and Baron de Hirsch Meyer is
campaign chairman. Abe Arono-
vitz and M. S. Bandler are heads
of the Miami division with Jos. M.
Rose and Leo Eisenstein directing
the work of the Miami Beach di-
vision.
Heading the Women's workers
for Miami are Mesdames Ida
Optner and Morris Plant, with
Mrs. Samuel Blank and Mrs. Mar-
v'n Bronner heading the women's
division of Miami Beach. More
than five hundred workers will
canvass the cities.
URGE WORLD ZIONIST
CONFERENCE IN U. S.
Jerusalem, (WNS, Palcor Agen-
cy)A resolution adopted by the
Smaller Actions Committee meet-
ing here urged that a conference
of representatives of world Jewry
be summoned shortly in the United
States to act upon vital questions
affecting the political and econo-
mic future of Palestine as well as
to consider the relationship of Pal-
estine to the solution of the Jewish'
refugee problem.



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PAGE TWO
FEDERATION WORKERS
TO BE ENTERTAINED
All men and women who will
pa-t!cipate in the forthcoming
campaign of the Greater Miami
Federation o{ Jewish Welfare
Funds from January 8th to 18th
will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers at an "Open
House" next Sunday, January 1st
from 3:00 to 6:00 o'clock at their
home, 512 S. W. 21st Avenue.
Entertainment will be provided
by a string'.orchestra and refresh-
ments wtyj be served. Assisting
Mrs. Myersan receiving the guest"
be Mesdajnes Mendel Schein-
Hilliard Clein, D. J. Apte,
Hank, fifty Stone, M. J.
jtitz, Ida Optner, Marvin
ritMbnris Plant, Max Pep-
Albert. E. Rosentti'al, Morrie
^s*Wa *eldmj >Bd
SaJye CBONr
'ttROUT
TO MEET
The Hebrew Cultural group
"Tarbut" will meet at fche home
of H. Koretzky, 1552 Collins Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, Sunday, Janu-
ary 1st at 3:00 p. m. Included in
the program will be Mr. M. Puch-
Mts other, who will give his im-
pressions of Palestine.

OLIDAYS
Klotz, physician at the
)d Hospital, Brooklyn",
ived here to spend the
holidays with his sister and broth-
er in-lawitii,Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Mann. He was accompanied by
f*T. Vinceht"Barone.
"Fo'teuW^ANGES
MEETING PLACE
The weekly forum sponsored by
' "&e illami Section of the Nation-
'warrWrfneiI of Jewish Women will
heTeafter be held at the Hotel
'Evans every-Friday at 2:00 o'clock
when matters of interest will be
discussed. The public is extended
a cordial invitation.
THE JEWIBH FLQRIDLAJr
FRIDAY DECEMBER 30,1938
ANNUAL FASHION
SHOW TO BE HELD
The annual fashion show spon-
sored by the Miami Section Nat-
ional Council of Jewish Women
will be held on Friday February
3rd at 1:00 o'clock at the Royal
Palm Club. Full details will ap-
pear m **** issne.
J. '.
GENERAL MEETING
TO BE HELD
A general-meeting of the Miami
Section of the National Council of
Jewis* Women will be held at the
Hotel Evans on Wednesday, Jan-
uary 4th at 2:00 o'clock. The
Scholarship project will be the
main feature of the afternoon and
will be presented by Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz and Mrs. Abe Rubin.
The public is invited to attend.

BABY IS
BORN
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Garlan, 1503
Northwest 37th Street, announce
the birth of a son, Irving Samuel,
Tuesday, December 13th at the
,Alton Road Hospital. Mother and
tbaby are doing nicely.

BABY IS
BORN
Mr. ana Mrs. Gus Feuer an-
nounce the birth of a baby oaugh-
ter, Lo's Jacquelin, born Friday
evening, December 23rd at the
Jackson Memorial Hospital. Both
mother and baby are doing fine.

VISITS HERE
Mr. and Mrs. D. Robbins and
family, sister and brother-in-law
of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, are
spending a two week's vacation on
Miami Beach.

PLAZA Theatre
New Year's Eve Midnite Show
GARY COOPER
MERLE OBERON
in

it
The Cowboy
and the Lady
S. Miami Beach
Rsvd. Smoking Section
Also Sundav thru
Wed. Jan \-A\\\
EXTRA1
Dramatic Picturization of
a World Problem
"REFUGEES
FROM GERMANY"
in the new

"March of Time

GREYHOUND LINES
GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH
Ph. 5-1812
FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION
ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM
515 WASHINGTON AVENUE
RING IN
THE NEW YEAR
at the

HOTEL EVANS
10th Street art Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
Tariff $3.50 includes
Banquet Dinner, Gala Floor Show.
FAVORS. NOISEMAKERS
Dancing till dawn
PHONE 5-4811 FOR RESERVATIONS
B'NAI B'RITH TO HOLD
ANNUAL BANQUET
The annual banquet of the local
B'nai B'rith Lodge when recently
elected officers will be formally
installed will be held at the Hotel
Evans, Miami Beach, on Tuesday
evening, January 24th beginning
at 8:00 o'clock. Mr. J. Aron Ab-
bott is chairman of the arrange-
ments committee for this gala
event which will be limited .
membtrs at B'nai B'rith and their
friends. k '
A gala evening of entertain-
tainment will be followed by danc-
ing in the beautiful Hotel Evans
ballroom. Members of the Lodge
are urged to make their reserva-
tions with the chairman imme-
diately. Two dollars per person
will include the banquet dinner
which will be served. Members
will be alloted their seats as soon
as reservations are made to ob-
viate confusion. Further details
will appear in our next issue.

GIRL SCOUTS
CAMP
The Girl Scouts of Troop Ten
spent the week-end at Greynolds
Park. There is a regular set-up
containing a leaders cabin, eight
other cabins, a shower and bath-
room and a mess hall and kitchen.
The cooking was done over a char-
coal stove by the girls under adult
supervision. Much second class
work was accomplished.
Sunday afternoon a four mile
nature hike was taken to Ojus and
the surrounding countryside.
An enjoyable evening was held
Sunday evening when the girls
participated in a grab-bag, an
amateur hour, and a marshmallow
roast.
Fifteen present included: Cap-
tain Anita Silverman, Lieutenant
Molly Breskin, Mrs. Arthur Sha-
piro (former troop lieutenant)
Natalie Feller, Judith Moss, Elaine
Berik, Dorothy Schoenbaum, Edith
Cohen, Judith Saul, Edna Malter,
Lillian Marcus, Rita Witt, Leah
Israelson and Phyllis Kohn.
PURIM BALL TO
BE PRESENTED
The Gala Purim Ball, entertain-
ment and dance sponsored by the
Beth Jacob Congregation will be
held Sunday evening, March 5th at
the Floridian Hotel, Miami Beach.
Tickets are now on sale at the
synagogue.

REFUGEE BALL
TO BE HELD
At the Miami Chapter of Ha
dassah Board meeting held Tues-
day, December 27th, Mrs. Sam
Simonhoff, president, announced
that a Refugee costume ball will
be held at the Civic Center Wed-
nesday evening, February 22nd,
1939. Many novel features will be
presented the nature of which will
be announced at a later date.

VISITS IN
MIAMI
Dr. Mori is J. Schwartz. State
president of Oklahoma B'nai B'rith
and district deputy of the Elks
Lodge is visiting his uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Max Schwartz
here. Accompanying him was Mr.
Sidney Schwartz of Dallas, Texas,
who is visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Max Schwartz. They
will remain here for the Orange
Bowl game.
REGIONAL CONERENCE
TO BE HELD
The first annual Southeastern
Regional Conference of Hadassah
will be held February 4th, 6th and
6th at the Ansley Hotel in At-
lanta, Ga. All members and friends
of Hadassah are invited to attend.
Further details of the conference
may be obtained by calling Mrs.
S. H. Lutsky, president of the
Southeastern Region of Hadassah
st 5-4178. j l (
YOUTH A LIT AH
IS BENEFICIARY
Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, president of
the Southeastern Region of Ha-
dassah, was notified by the Jack-
sonville Chapter of Hadassah that
in answer to the recently emer.
gency appeal for Youth Aliyah
over $10,000 was raised at a mass
meeting held at Morocco Hotel.
Over five hundred people attended
representing all the Jewish organ-
izations of the city. Mrs. J. J.
Hellmun, regional honorary presi-
dent and prominent in Zionist cir-
cles, was in charge of the appeal.
She was assisted by an able com-
mittee. The main speaker on the
program was Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman of Temple Israel of Mia-
mi.
CULTURAL MEETINGS
TO BE FREE
A cultural meeting sponsored by
the Miami Section of the National
Council of Jewish Women will be
held at the Hotel Evans on Jan-
uary 10th at 8:00 o'clock when
Dr. Dodge, noted psychatrist will
be the principal speaker. The pub-
lic is invited to attend.
TO SPEND SHORT
VISIT HERB
Rabbi and Mrs. Jonah Green-
wald of the Oatend Hotel, Atlan-
tic City, arrived here Monday to
spend a short vacation of several
weeks with their daughter and son
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. Rosner,
operators of the Astor Hotel at
Miami Beach. They were accom-
panied by Mrs. M. Shapiro, wife
of Rabbi Shapiro of Atlantic City.
VACATIONS
HERE
Mr. Sol. Lazarus of Laurel and
Baltimore, Md., arrived here Mon-
day to spend a two week's vaca-
tion in Miami Beach.
> ,.
* %ia HOTEL EVANS
TO CELEBRATE
" A special New Year's eve cele-!
b/ation will be held at the Evam;
Hotel, Miami Beach, tomorrow
night with a gala floor show being
provided for the guests. Noise-
makers and favors will be distrib- j
uted to all.
A banquet dinner for which the I
Hotel Evans is justly famous will |
be served and dancing will be en-
joyed until the early hours of the I
morning. It is urged that reser-
vations be made with the hotel as
soon as possible. The. charge of
$3.60 per personj.-fncUMjef,.every-]
thing.

RABBI ON
VISIT
Rabbi Morton M. Berraan of |
Temple Isaiah Israel, Chicago, ac-
companied by Mrs. Berman andl
their son arrived' here* this-week!
to spend several weeks, in'Miami|
Beach at the Clay Hotel-,

MACON RABBI
VISITS HERE'
Rabbj Leo Geijjr,.of^Shearith Isj
rael Congregation, Macon, Ga., isj
spending a vacation : of sever
weeks in Miami Beach.
CAPITOL
JAN. 1. THRU 4th
FREDERIOH MARCH
JOAN BENNETT
RALPH BELLAMY
ANN SOTHERN
in
"TRADE
WINDS"
N. Miami Ave. at 3rd St.
Downtown
Jan. 1 thru 4th
EXTRA!
Story of New World
Problem
"REFUGEES
FROM GERMANY"
in new issue
"March of Time"
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rTPAY DBQgMBEB 30,1888
THE JEWISH FL01IDIAN
PAGE THBKB
fjewisfh floridiam
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
P. O. Box 2972
PLANT AND OFFICES
21 8. W. Second Avenue
GREYHOUNDS RUN
AT WEST FLAGLER
"DIPLOMANIAC"
.:;. M
J. flftWS SHOCHET, Editor
FRED K. i&OCHET, CircuUtion Manager ;
ig second clau matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at
Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL
FLORIDA CITIES
One year ....
Six Months
SUBSCRIPTION
...................................................................... $2.00
..............................-.-.................._.................$1.00
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1938
VOLUME 11.NUMBER 52.
THE ZERO HOUR APPROACHES
On January 14th, 1938 there first appeared in the Jewish
Floridian an editorial calling on the Jews of Greater Miami to
ponder the advisability of Federation. Much water has gone
over the dam since then. What was once thought to be a
dream, an idle droam at that, is fast approaching reality. To-
day we are fast approaching the Zero hour, the time when the
signal will be given to the shock troops to "go over the top"
in a ten day canvass of the Jewry of this area. Theirs will be
the will to accomplish, to make good. The five hundred men
and women workers of the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish
Welfare Funds campaign will do their utmost to make this
campaign a success. If their work counts, the Federation will
have made history.
Whether or not they are to succeed is to be decided not by
the workers, but by the Jews of this area. Tis easy to sit idly
by, to criticise .... to be passive and say there are many who
should give, let them give and it will be sufficient. We hope
that will not be the attitude of our people in Greater Miami who
have never failed to meet the call when and as it arose.
When the worker calls to see you beginning Sunday, Jan-
uary 8th, don't keep him or her waiting. greet them with
the smile they deserve. encourage them by cooperating.
. give until it hurts don't wait to be persuaded----------
the worker is not out for himself----------he is out to help you
aid those who cannot come to see you----------twenty-three m-
stitntfewtare speaking to you at one and the same time.
The verdict is in your hands----------Miami J*wry will
measure up!________,
The greyhounds have been run-
ning for several days now at West
Flagler Kennel Club. Large
crowds have been jamming the
grandstand and ramp of the pic-
turesque westside oval, often cal-
led America's most beautiful grey-
hound racing track, and have been
witnessing the running of some of
the fastest dogs in the country.
The dogs are now stepping at
full speed. Each of the some 500
greyhounds kenneled at the track
have had at least one official start
and appear in exceptionally good
condition for so early in the sea-
son.
The opening n:ght Monday found
the track's namesake, West Flag-
ler, holder of the Pacific Coast
championship come sweeping home
to victory over such notable con-
tenders as Rip-a Rarin', Fence
Guard and others. This West
Flagler is a son of the one-time
champion, Lucky Roll, and may be
a world beater before the 80-day
meeting comes to a close at the
Flagler track.
However, West Flagler, Rip-A-
Rarin' and Fence Guard are not
the only champions now racing at
the westside track. There a*e
Louise, futurity stake champion
from the well-known Revere Beacb
track in Massachusetts. Rural
Rube, nursery champion from the
same track; Never Fail, Harrison,
Ind., derby winner and others of
notable mention.
For the convenience of fans,
there are a number of exclusive
features at West Flagler Kennel
Club, such as electrically cooled
drinking fountains, elaborate la-
dies' lounge on the mezannine,
mens' smoking room, an elaborate
entrance beneath which automo-
biles may discharge passengers
during inclement weather, the
ocktail bar and the palm-bowered
latio garden.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR!
ODZ AND ENDZ
(Continued from Page Seven)
vealed after deep deliberation be-
cause "they aren't like American
girls, who are 'always looking for
something better.'" But the real
problem (are we being overheard)
and this too, after much conscien-
tious discussion at the Associa-
tion's annual convention in New
York, iss, er, how to get a girl,
er, to tell her, er, right age. Con
vention is over-question is still
moot. Five new Brotherhood
groups this month joined the
National Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods, organization of Jew-
ish laymen whose membership
comprises 20,000 men from all
parts of the U- S. and Canada,
united in 120 local groups. The
' new affiliations are: Hebrew Be-
nevolent Brotherhood, Atlnata,
I Ga.; Sinai Brotherhood, Baltimore
! Md ; Mens' Club Temple Rodef
Sholem, Youngstown, Ohio; Holy
Blossom Men's Club of Toronto,
"anada.
Bronislaw Huberman, famous
violinist and founder of the Pal
estine Symphony Orchestra re-
vealed that the annual budget of
the orchestra amounts to 22,000
sterlingwhich is among the low-
est in the world for an organiza-
tion composed of first-rate musi-
cians. Which reminds us that
Joseph Baratz, founder of Daga-
nia, the oldest cooperative colony
in Palestine, has just arrived in
the United States and wil laddress
the National Conference for Pal-
estine to be held at the hotel May-
flowr, Washington, D. C, on Jan-
uary 14th-15th.
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
At this time, when we are
rounding out the old year, and
ushering in the new, it is advis-
able to look in retrospect at our
accomplishments of the past year.
While we have not been perfect,
we have reason to feel mighty
proud of our record. As Al Smith
says, "Lets look at the record."
Month of January, 1938; Nick
Kenny leading the Stars of stage,
screen and radio at the third an-
nual Parade of Stars show spon-
sored by the "Y" at the beautiful
Cinema Casino Theatre, Miami
Beach.
February, formation of Gover-
nors Club by E. Albert Pallot,
president of the "Y" with William
Shayne elected President. Leo
Robinson, prominent Miami bank-
er honored as the outstanding Jew
in Greater Miami by Y. M. H. A.,
with testimonial dinner at the
Alamac Hoter; Junior Y. M. H. A.
holds picnic and outing at Grey-
nolds Park; Y. M. H. A. basket-
ball team defeats McNallys to tie
for first place in Miami Beach
League.
March, annual Junior "Y" sprin?
dance at the Y. clubrooms; Y. W.
H. A. inaugurates membership
drive headed by Ida Engler, presi-
dent.
April. Hymen Merlin elected as
president of Junior Y. at semi-an-
nual elections; Y. W. H. A. fives
moonlight cruise on Biscayne, Re-
member!
May, Junior Hadassah May
Queen honbfli go t/Miss Rosalind
Simon of Junior Y- Y. M. H. A.
presents annual bazaar and festi-
val at Y. clubrooms.
June, Milton A- Friedman elect-
ed president of Y. M. H. A.; Mrs.
Samuel Shindell elected president
of Y. W. H. A.; Eleanor Marcus
chosen leader of Girl Scout Troop
Sioga Fraternity sponsors annual
dance at Royal Palm for benefit
of Y. M. H. A. building fund;
July, First constructive work of
new officers: Selection of|'Maorie
Grossman as Executive Director of
Y. M. H. A.; formation /at cultural
activities-
August, Diamondball team tie*
Shayne Drugs for first pjace i
Beach League; Profeiaer Qni*S
nit* inaugurated at Y. with Least
Lieberman as Quiaaer;.,Y,:. W. Hi
A. holds summer frlifis,i ,at Y*
clubrooms. Rabbinical :;A*aeciatkm
provides Radio Hour; to work o*
Y. M. H. A.; Series of lecture* by
Rabbinical Association member*!
Golden Ball Championship Won bj
Y. M. H. A.honors to Dr. Ba*
ney Weinkle, Aaron Winkle ami
Captain Nat Blumberg and team
for swell performance; Formation
of Dramatic Club, Glee Club, Mu-
sic Club and Spanish Classes by.
the Executive Director. Latter Day
picnic held at Greynolds Park by
Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H- A.
September Stag Smoker gtven by
Y. with Nat Bkimhjerg as Master
of Ceremonies; JoeColIeg* night
sponsored by Junior Y.; Social
Service Department' started; Bill
Pennel addresses Y. membejrship-
October, Unveiling of tombstone
given by Y: M; H. A., in memory
of Boris ScnliatHm**; Po* Tom
Kippur dance! "held'at America*
Legion Home Dr. C Stanlfey Low-
ell speaks "A Chrhrte'fcook" **
Anti-Semitism Jn^CejS^nSj"; Nat*
ional Jewish Educational Week
celebrated by Y. M. H.
ween jamboijea/sjatneor
W. H. A.; Berme Serkij
president of Junior Divis
M. H. A.
November, Dr. Morn
speaks to vast audience ;j
Junior Division formed
tive Director with Miss
via and Mrs. Grossman
sors; Y. M. H. A. annod
ticipation a membo* lef
Miami Federation of Je*
fare Funds; Over 5000 (attend T
M. H. A. night at Bayrt^nt Park
program, Judge Worth tW. Tram-
mel addresses members: ^merie
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PAGE FOUR
THE JEWISH FLORIDLAN
FRIDAY DECEMBER 30,1938
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. B. 31st St.I-77S4
MIAMI
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O.
Indian Creek DriveS-ltta
MIAMI BEACH
Either or both at the Rabbis will be In the Temple erery morning.
You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewls commu-
nity, or yeu- pe:sonal problems. Ton will b aaaured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and. needless to say. each matter will be held In
strict confidence.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
CONG REG ATION AL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."HUM.
At the regular Friday evening
services to be held at the Temple
December 30th, 1938 at 8:15 .o'clock
Rabbi Morton M. Berman of Tem-
ple Isaiah Israel of Chicago, will
be the guest speaker. The servic-
es will be conducted by Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan and Rabbi Corman A.
Zwitman.
Rabbi Berman was formerly as-
sociated with the Freee Synagogue
of New York and with the Jewish
Institute of Religion. It was dur-
ing his service as Associate Rabbi
with Dr. Stephen S. Wise that
Rabbi Berman was called to his
present post in Chicago-
Rabbi Berman visited Germany,
Poland and Russia during the past
summer, and his message entitled
"The Jew in the Present Crisis"
shall he illustrated by experiences
and impressions from his trip.
A reception for all the worship-
pers will be given by the Sister-
hood after the service. All mem-
bers of the community are invited
to hear Rabbi Berman's message.
The hostesses at last Friday
evening's reception were: Mrs.
Morris Plant, Mrs. Tobias Simon,
Mrs. Joe Williamson, Mrs. Morris
Cowen, Mrs. Benjamin Bronston,
Mrs. Henry Bulbin, Mrs. E. Max
Goldstein and Mrs. Samuel Gurss.
THE CONGREGATION
REJOICES
Because of the Siver Wedding
Anniversary to be celebrated this
Sunday by two faithful and con.
stantly loyal members of the con-
gregation, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Bernstein. To them, and to their
children, go the good wishes and
prayers of the Rabbis, officers and
membership of the Temple. May
the "silver" in their anniversary
turn to "gold."
And also, because of the birth
of b daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
Gus Feuer. May these new mem-
bers of our congregation find
great joy in their new addition
named Lois Jacquelin.
THE CONGREGATION SENDS4}
CONDOLENCES
To Mr. Sidney Meyer and to
Mrs. Emma Meyer upon the loss
of their beloved Lillian Meyer Co-
hen, devoted sister and cherished
daughter.
To Mr. Herman Wall upon the
ioss of his father.
To Mrs. M. L Marcus upon the
loss of her brother, Mr. Norman
D. Scheffreen.
BIRTHDAY DINNER '
A beautiful birthday dinner was
tendered to Dr. Kaplan on Monday
evening, December 26th 1938, un-
(er the supervision of Mrs. Frank
A. Perlman, chairman, and a Sis-
terhood committee composed of
Mrs. S. J. Basker, Mrs. Jack Ben-
stein, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs.
Ida Optner, Mrs. Morris Plan*,
Mrs. Milton P. Travers and Mrs.
Jx>uis Zientz. Tributes were paid
to Dr. Kaplan by members of
various organizations in the com-
munity.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman who
acted as toast master, introduced
the following speakers: th-j Rev.
C. A. Vincent, of the Miami
Shores Community Church, Mr.
Isaac Levin, president of the con.
gregation, Mr- D. J. Apte, Mr. Sie
Mendelson, Rabbi Abrahan A.
Kellner of the Miami Orthodox
Congregation, Mr. Stanley C. My-
ers, president of the Federation,
Mr. Maurice Grossman, director
of the Y. M. H. A., and Rev. C.
Stanley Lowell of the Tamiami
Methodist Temple. Mrs- Milton
P.^Travjers, president of the Sis-
terhood, presented the gift to Dr.
Kaplan and Mrs. E. Rosenberg
rendered musical selections.
Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan were the
guests of honor and Dr. Kaplan
gave the acceptance and principal
address.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
A moat impressive Chanuka pro-
gram featured the assembly of
last Sunday. A pageant in three
scenes explaining "The Message
of Chanuka" was illustrated by
Rosemond Rubin, with the assis-
tance of Mandel Glicksberg, Feli-
cia Orovitx and Edgar Lewis. The
narrator for the pageant was Jules
Perlman, Jr. Members of the He-
brew classes recited a Chanuka
poem in Hebrew.
The birthdays celebrated were
those of Eileen Cowen, Jules
Belkwitt, Stuart Jarobs, Barbara
Gordon, Gerald Gordon, Harold
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lan.
Dr. Kaplan was greeted on his
birthday by a representative of
the youngest class in the school,
Marilyn LeVine.
A radio play was the outstand-
Marx who acted as radio announc-
er for the play, presented a brief
skit with Alvin Schwartx of
Young Judea.
The distribution of appropriate
gifts to each child in the Relig-
ious School and candy to all pres-
ent at the celebration, completed
the festivities.
SISTERHOOD
Last week there was reprinted
in the Bulletin a letter sent out
to all the members of the congre-
gation about the dinner dance to
be given by the Sisterhood, at the
Hollywood Beach Hotel. This prom-
ises to be the outstanding affair
ing feature of the morning, with
Renee Greenfield, Ruth Wolkow-
sky, Charles Rubin, Sterling La-
vine and Jane Leibling, carrying
off the acting honors. Herbert
of the season and the co-chairmen
Mrs. Max Orovitx, Mrs. Harry
Nevins, Mrs. Harry Rubin and
Mrs. Herbert Kleiman, proudly an-
nounce that theirs is the only or-
ganization which will have a din-
ner dance this season at the beau-
tiful Hollywood Beach Hotel. Res-
ervations are available by calling
one of the co-chairmen or the
Temple office. In order to receive
your choice table, please make
your reservations immediately.
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rtflAY DEOEMBEB M, 1938
THI JEWISH FLOBIDJAB
Strictly Confidential
By PHINEAa J. BIBON
GOEBBBLS GAB
^ results obtained by the
I -.a. in the collection of the firt
J^ltaent of the $400,000,000 fine
' tb Jws wert HOt ** ***" '
^Bitle' hsd to accept bonds ud
m] estate at their face value in-
| fUti of the uaual reduced value
| a^ined to property held by non-
jlrjan*. Gabby Goebbela ia to
for a hot time by tha middle of
jjeit year, wn*n *n ta* *ine *
npposed to be collected. ... For
e told you last week, it waa
Goebbtls who got thia bright idea.
aod upon the success of it hia
rtandins; with Hitler depends. .
The reason why Gabby baa spoken
to slightingly of the Quaker mis-
cent of all the German refufeea
are non Jews. When it com
PAGE FIVI
Fate Of Refugees
land. Belgium, England, France
hrwi^lj v'_ji ''nd Switzerland have translated
I Old VlVldly to film the even more horrible'
--------- I Plight of the refugees from peaee-
"The RefugeeToday and To. time persecutionthose forced to
morrow"the first screen story of 1** the fanatical intolerance ef
the appalling problem which has the Nazi State,
stunned the civilised worldopena The Refugee-Today and To.
at the Plaia Theatre, Miami morrow" reve*k how in Gessnany
Beach, midnight Saturday, Decem- the Nazi Party, aa a national se-
Lli^L?? !ltifc!S ^ ** m thrUlfh po.ice,har.ingWd^for7t-
gee. we have not yet com. across. Wednesday, January 4th; and at tack all tho* whoaVLitfe. race
w?e0ofe.u0thor"M^urtrU are an enternH a 2 "^ '" ^^ WedneUy, Jan- with the Nazi theory. The film
?n touch wi?hr T^ S ^ 4U> 2 ** C*PiU>l The*t" in **" *"^<>U"t and
in touch with us about Herta the new "March of Time."
Weintraub, 17-year-old
n a eon-
lion '.hat is looking Naiiland over
i, because during the poet-war, $ the fine layout
years when Quakers were feeding j Jewish refugees in
extensive propaganda campaign
skating This picture U a complete earn- to whip up hatred, h shows how
champion of the Vienna Maceab. era record obtained by the March many against whom this program
Club, who is now ,n this country of Time's own news cameramen has been directed have fled Ger-
to provide competition for Sonja of the vast and almost insoluble many only after having suffered
Heine. Clap hands for the stu- problem growing out of today's the most barbarous of Nazi pun-
dents of New York University, wars and persecutions. The six ishmentaconfinement
who are savmg on their lunches million defenseless and pitiable vie- centration camp
to provide tuition funds for two tims of terrorism and intolerance Ewta.i. March of Time film
refugees. Fritz Kortner. once -uproot* from work and home. from P.leJtlne p&rtnjt ^ J^.
a star of the German stage, wtt -are brought to the screen in a' ooo Jewish retuieeThave through
now serve R. K. 0. as actor, d>- memorable March of Time docu- hrd work ^ Hmited rra(l^.,
rector and writer. If you didn't menury film. ,nnnnrt ,,., **
_ I ._ 'upport turned vast acrea of once
on German In bringing The Refugee-To- desolate countryside in Palestine
the Sunday day and Tomorrow" to the screen, ^ ftrtile farmUnds.
be sure to look it up. .
THIS AND THAT
The Government is planning to ^ the ^ ^ the light of the workf. reaction,
look into the question of German the ,pp,llinK ^ trQe rf The Refugee-Today and Tomer-
exchange students in this country. wor,d ^^ In Spain ^ row" considers the powfbility of
practically all of whom are en-, ^^ ^ ^ ^nght ^ ^^J solving this seemingly endless
gaged in either espionage or prop-1 of mjiong ,eft ^^ ^ ^ problem-
aganda work. It might also titute by .^^eesion and civil war.
check up on the part of the Ger- European prodaction units in Hol-
man-American Bund in inspiring,
the anti-Jewish demonstration
in
over a million Germans Goebbels
d:'dn't need their help. A Ger
man Jew was hia patron at the
time, paying hia expensea during
Goebbel's futile exposure to an ed-
ucation. A left-handed success
for Goebbel's propaganda machine
is recorded by Dr. Stanley High,
who relates that when a Czech air
squadron was ordered to attack
Berlin during the stormy autumnal
equinoctial season the flyers re-
turned to Prague with the report conation with the picketing of Lipsky. son of Louis. Congrat-
that Hitler had already done thej radio Sution WMCA for its .fus- ulations to Assistant U. S. Attor-
job of destruction. That waaj ,, t0 broadcast Father Coughlin. ney Frederick Backer, brother of
the >rr.pression they got from the The idea 0f the picketing was New York's Councilman George
sight of demolished buildings and ^^ in the richIy fertiliZed brain Backer, on his engagement to tap-
torn op Btreeta, the preparation} of one Aen ^W, who is quite dancer Ekanore Whitney......|
for Adolfs 1000-year rebuilding churnmy with the Bund mob. Anybody know of a job (now eom-
prog.am. ... j Drop note ^ Heywood Broun ing the heading of contract labor*
FOREIGN FLASHES I tnd Dorothy Thompson congratu- for Franz Lehar, famed compos-
H-.!er's success in shifting his lating them on their truly Ameri- er ... He's having trouble in
bab>. the refugee problem, into the can stand on the suestions of anti- Vienna, where the Nazis are try-
lap nf other nations is inspiring1 Semitism and Hitler's latest black- ing to break up his marriage with
Poland to further efforts to make mail scheme. ... a non-Aryan. Hjtler or no Hit-
sorr.tbody else worry about her _____________. ler, Baroness Eugene de Roths-
Mirror of a couple of weeks ago,; March of Time lays the blame for
the world refugee problem at the ,n ** P'^orial journalism March;
doors of Berlin. Rome and Tokyo- "' Time discusses the immensity
IU cameramen have been at work "* tb* refugee problem. And m
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child, now returned to her native
when somebody doe. finally Sidney Weinberg of .<*W* America ..till keeps her place
the German Jewish ref- S>chs' who "*' the d'8t,"ct,on among the world's ten best-dressed
take over
ngt? the world will suddenly find
itself confronted with the Polish
Je -h problem too. Prepara-
tiry legislation for this eventu-
- already under way in Po-
land. Those who have been in-
that the Spanish civil war
ha r.othing 10 do with the fight
I Fascism ought to sing an-
other tune now that the new Nazi
submarine bases in rebel Spain
hsve been revealed- If you want
to know what European country is
lated for the next blow of Hit-
x. well relay to you that
Aug-jr of Paris Vladmir Polia-
koff to youpredict, that Rou-
nsria will be the next to fall, and
wfll be followed by the Ukraine.
The campaign against^ Rou-
aa-ia. of course, will be "oaten-
*' : arried on to save that coun-
'O from the domination of Magda
L=>cu. In England govern-
mployees have been ordered
cuss no official business at
as hundred, of German spies
being one of the people duped by
the late Musica-Coster, had a
chance recently to become the
American Ambassador to the U.
S. R. R-. but refused. Luise
Rainer is the chairman of the
Sponsorship Committee for the
planned American tour of the Hab-
ima Theatre of Palestine. The
tour will be made under the aus- j yan ^^nigrj to *
pices of the Theatre Guild and the j on his yisit to
Palestine Psvilion at the New j will ^ sxis say
York Worlds Fair. Robert Vr
rovai, Ifryear-old Hungarian vio-
linist who is heralded as another
Menuhin, has talked himself out
of a Stradivarius. Thinking it
adviaable to label himself an Ar-
yan, for business reasons, he has
lost the interest of some wealthy
gentlemen who know that be U
Jewish and don't like his posing as
something else. Mrs- Felix M.
Warburg has accepted the honee-
ary chairmanship of a drive to
raise funds for Hebrew literature
women. Rabbi Nathan Wolf.
lone registered voter of the Times i
Square district, has been revealed \
as the secretary of the Shatcheniaa |
Association. The next secretary'
of Mayor La Guardia wiD be Mrs.
Henry Epstein, daughter of Max
Steur. Ely Culbertson has gone
to a lot of trouble te find aa Ar-
Aryanism of the
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t the Colonial Office? of The New Palestine duriasr
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ready help te Individual
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FRIDAY DECEMBER 30
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MLAMIS PIONEER CONGREGATION)
^!M rn
135 NORTHWEST
WAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi-
OftaVe Phoae 1-1473
THIRD AVENUE
-497 Southwest 18th Road
Hone Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR
THE YEAR
Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and
5:30 p. m.
Sabbat* Services Saturday
morning at 8:30.
Junior Congregation Services-
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School3:15 to
6:15 p. m.
Sunday SchoolSunday at 10:00
o'clock.
Bar Mitrvah GroupSunday at
9:00 o'clock.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
Services will be conducted by
Rabbi Max Shapiro Friday even-
ing at 8:15 o'clock. Cantor Louis
Hayman, assisted by the Beth Dav-
id choir will chant the liturgic
melodies. The services this Fri-
day evening are dedicated to the
old-time Jewish settlers of Miami.
Mr. Isidor Cohen, known pioneer
and leader, will be the guest
speaker. He will discuss the sub-
ject: "An Historical Sketch of
Miami Jewry"
SABBATH SERVICES
We urge the parents not only to
attend the adult Sabbath services
every Saturday at 8:30 o'clock but
to bring their children and parti-
cipate in our Junior Congregation-
al Services at 10:30 a. m. every
Saturday. Howard Schwartx, Har-
old Shapiro and Stanley Hayman
conduct these services.
Saturday morning at 9:00
o'clock, Jules, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. uis Kati, will become Bar
Mitsvah. We trust he will grow
up "Li-Chupah Uli-Maasim Tov-
im."
RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION
It is indeed surprising to no-
tice the increased attendance at
all our religious activities, partic-
ularly the Hebrew classes. We ap-
preciate that fact for the "Study
of Hebrew law has precedence over
everything." We trust that ulti-
mately parents will realize that
daily Hebrew attendance is of
greater importance than merely
Sunday School identification.
MAZEL TOV
Rabbi and Mrs. Shapiro, the
presidents, officers and members
of the S:sterhood and congregation
extend heartiest felicitations to
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weinkle at the
celebration of their twenty-fifth
anniversary last Wednesday May
the Almighty keep them in health
and may we celebrate together
their golden anniversary.
We extend a hearty Mazel Tov
to Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Farr on
the birth of a granddaughter.
RADIO PROGRAM
Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct
the radio program over Station
WIOD Sunday from 3:30 to 4:00
o'clock. Cantor Louis Hayman ac-
companied by Mrs. E. Shaeffer
will smg appropriate numbers. At
the inception of the new year 1939
Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the sub-
ject: "Choosing Life."
Veterans Organize
Convention Bureau
J. William Baros. member of
Miami's publicity board, yesterday
was formally named president of
the Jewish War Veteran National
Convention Corporation, which will
be in charge of arrangements for
the national eneampment of the
Jewish War Veterans to, be held
here next August.
Other officers of the corporation
named were Nat Roth, first vice
president; Donald LaVigne. second
vice president; Matthew S- Band-
ler. Abe S. Goldman, Henry L.
Green. Norman Liebling and Jos-
eph Stein, third vice presidents;
Harry Markowiti, treasurer; Har-
ry Rubin, assistant treasurer and
Henry Bulbin, secretary.
Lieutenant Commander Charles
H. Mills of the Harvey Seeds Post,
American Legion, was appointed
SOCIETY
VACATIONS
IN MIAMI
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Meddin of
Savannah, Ga., are visiting in Mi-
ami at the Admiral Hotel and
ooperation that will or will not
be extended b> I he general Jewish
population of G.*ater Miami. We
have made our mistakes. That is
human. Yet we want to avoid
them in the future. We want to
help make the "Y" a place that
will mean a real community cen-
ter, a place where young and old
may gather and together work for
the future of the Jew-sh commu-
nity. It surely will be accomplish-
ed if you will help. Help now by
joining one of the groups of the
Y. M. H. A.
BIG DOIN'S AT "T THIS
WEDNESDAY
A most outstanding program
has been arranged by Mr. Maurice
Grossman for Wednesday, January
4th at the clubrooms. Just come
and you'll see and hear.
Sincere wishees for a Happy and
Prosperous New year.
Adious.
Y. M H. I. NOTES
(Continued from Page Three)
ization classes started at Y Her-
man Waitsman forms boxing and
wrestling teams; Dramatic Club in
4 barge oj\Miss Dorothy Lightman
presets. -two l.act plays;
December, Seventh annual ball
draws large throng to Civic Cen-
fer "bYHroon; E. Albert Pallot
A chaiwnan and entire committee re-
J; spoftyttle for huge success; Miss
- Ij^e.fTVH; Marcus awarded prize as
jnorit<^opuh*r girl.
"Y" NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY
to the grounds, erection of a tennis
court, handball, volleyball and bas-
ketball facilities, and library and
reading room are vital necessities.
The Y. M. H. A., and its affiliated
organizations will grow. That is
inevitable, but its growth will be
accelerated or retarded by the
HOME MILK
SOUR CREAM
COTTAGE CHEESE
YOU WILL LIKE THEM ALL
Products of
Home Milk
Producer's
Assn.
769 N. W. 18th Terrace
honee 2 7696
The'annual New Year's Eve cel-
ebration sponsored by the Y M.
H.Jj^., wHI be held at the beautiful
Alamac Hotel. Lou Safan, chair-
man, assisted, by Walter Jacobs,
Leo Robinson, Milton A. Friedman
and Harry 8hwaTtr. Pictures
taken at. the Seventh annual dance
will be shown by Herman Wafta-
man.
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RABBI
COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
WILL SPEAK
On Tuesday, January 3rd, Rabbi
Colmah" A,, -fcwitman of Temple
Israel will deliver an interesting
talk."41; mast important topic.
Please,*.tfefl(L Refreshments will
be servM.following the forum.
special aide to the president, and
Harold M. Farkas named publicity
director.
The Advisory Legal Council are
Major Benjamin Axelroad, S- F.
Haber, Harry Siegal and Elry
Stone Appointed to the Board of
Directors are H. H. Farr, Nat
Roth, J. William Baros, R. R. Ad-
ler, Donald LaVigne, Harry Mark-
owiti and Col. Sidney Palmer.
National members of the Board
of Directors named to the Conven-
tion Corporation by Isador Worth,
National Commander of the Jew-
ish War Veterans from New York
were Samuel Leve, director of the
Bureau of Investigation, Detroit,
and David Nair, New Britain,
Conn.
The work of the corporation will
be to arrange for housing, trans-
portation, meetings and entertain-
ment, to carry on a fund raising
campaign and direct promotion.
A three week's combination trip
plus a summer vacation will be
emphasised in literature and pub-
licity sent to a potential Jewish
War Veteran membership of 260,.
000.
The Miami Chamber of Com-
merce indicated it would cooperate
with convention officials by mail-
ing booklets to prospective con-
vention guests telling of Miami's
summer attractions.
Offices of the Jewish War Vet-
eran's National Convention Cor
poration are located at 601 Ingra-
ham Building.
will remain here for several weeks
They are the cousins of the Rami*
and Schwartz families.
GROUP TO
MEET
"The Life of Reason" aj the
topic of Dr. Wolfson's lecture be-
fore the Spinosa Group la>t Sat-
urday afternoon. Before the lec-
ture the Group listenede to the
broadcast of Lucia di Lammer-
moor.*' k
Next Saturday afternoon the
Spinoza Group will meet aga'n on
the lawn of Frances K. Powell
1069 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach!
Prom 2:00 to S:80 p. m., the au.
dience will listen to the first two
acts of Beethoven's opera: Fidelio.
At 3:30 Dr. Abraham Wolfson will
continue his discussion of the Life
of Reason as contrasted with the
Life of the Passions.
The Spinoza Group also meets
Tuesday evenings from 7:30 to
9:50. Last Tuesday Mr. I. Tepper
of Washington and Miami spoke
on Anti-Semitism. Next Tuesday
evening Dr. Wolfson will speak on
the Moon, our nearest heavenly
neighbor. All are welcome to at-
tend these sessions.
ROOM AND BOARD
at reasonable price with
fine German Jewish Refu-
gee family.
MRS. MAX LEWIS
235 N. W. 43rd Si, Miami
A HAPPY MEW TEAK
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
SEVEN-UP OP MIAMI
NEW YEAR'S EVE
AT THE
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Ocean Drive at 12th Street
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Steak Dinner Dancing
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t .^Getting back to the needs of the
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thingsEspecially improvements
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THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN
I BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
M0SES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
Iti Michigan Avenue
Phone 1-1121
MAURICE MAMCHE8. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 5-2013
Odz and Endz
DIVINE 8BBVICE8
D,ilv at 6:15 p. m-. nd mt 7:00
^ 8:00 a. "; Sabbath: Friday
MM at 5:16; Saturday morning
at s;30; Saturday afternoon at
j:30 o'clock.
pr v.. i. siROvrrcH to speak
The guest speaker this Friday
evening to the late Friday evening
. forum held at 8:16 o'clock will be
f Congressman W. I. Sirovitch. Con-
gressman Sirovitch is known wide-
ly not alone for his splendid rec-
ord ,i a member of the House of
Representatives of the U. S., but
u well in he field of education
,nd child welfare. His subject
will be. "That Old World." Rabbi
Mescheloff will introduce the|
speaker. Cantor Mamches will
gjng. The public is welcome.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Sunday sessions will not be held
thi< Sunday morning, but will be
d Sunday morning, January
8th. Daily classes held during
morning hours during the public
school vacation period will be held
jn the afternoon as usual with re
0
(BY ARNOLD ISAACS)
sumption of public school classes.
Registration for daily or Sunday
sessions any weekday afternoon
from 4:00 to 7:00 or Sunday morn-
ing from 10:00 to 12:00.
HABANOTH
The Habanoth are getting de-
signs for their new Habanoth uni-
form. They are getting estimates
on their new synagogue projects
the purchase of which have been
made possible by their most suc-
cessful Chanuka entertainment.
They will celebrate this Saturday
night at a "*nookums" party.
Parents of the children will act as
sponsors.
MINNIONAIRES
The Minnionaires will meet to j
conduct their Sunday morning
minyan at 9:00 o'clock next Sun-
day, which will be followed by a
breakfast served by the Sister
hood, and a short meeting.
NICHUM AVELIM
We mourn together with the
families and friends of the de-
parted Mrs. Hollman and Mrs.
Ehrlich. May God console the be-
reaved.
SOGTETY
TO BE BAR
.MITZVAH
Dr. 'and Mrs. Morris Goodman
aiy invite all, friends to at-
tend the Bar Mitxvah of their son,
David, Saturday morning at the
Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
u -aa.lraiss &>e boy.' A reception
will follow the ceremony.
e
NIGHT CLUB ____
OPENS
Uw Mercur's Nut Club opened
last night in the former Embassy
Club, 5100 N. E. Second Avenhe
Tnt building has been completely
remodeled, and the decorations
throughout will be in keeping with
th< name and policy of the new
resort. "Anything for a laugh"
will be the policy of the club, and
the. continuous entertainment will
be patterned along laugh-provok-
ir.g lines. Heading the entertain-
ment program will be the "Five
. rewballs," Jo-Jo Lee, Harry Har-
ris, Maxie Simon, Tiny King, Art
Shamberg and Lou Gold at the
pianos. A special New Year's Eve
program has been arranged which
will be one of the gala events of
the year.
e
FLORIDIAN HOTEL TO HOLD
NEW YEAR'S EVENT
The Floridian Hotel at M ami
Beach, will offer a tropical "mar
di gras" program for New Year's
eve beginning at 11:00 p. m. A
banquet will be served 15 minutes
Moody of London, England. As
is well known the hotel observes
strict dietary regulations. Reser-
are urged.
ABOUT THE REFUGEES
Bravo the fiery address made
by Jeremiah T. Mahoney, former
Judge of the New York Supreme
Court at a Conference of Jewish
organizations called by the Joint
Boycott Council and attended by
over 900 delegates representing
864 fraternal, liberal and relig-
ious groups in the metropolitan
area. He said: "Of course, we-
must help Nazi refugees, both
Jewish and Christian, but we must
make sure that these poor souls
who have been uprooted from their
land are not made the instruments
for the strengthening of the bank-
rupt German economy."
Negro symoathy for oppressed
minorities in Central and Eastern
Europe was expressed by a con-
tribution of |130 donated by mem-
bers of the Abyssinian Baptist
Church in New York for refugee
aid. The American Committee
on Religious Rights and Minorities
has issued a statement condemning
the religious and racial persecu-
tion by the Nazi government in
Germany declaring that "A great
national effort is demanded in
Heads J. D. C. Drive
in New York
BAR MITZVAH
TO BE HELD
The Bar MLtzvah of Jules J.
Katz, son of Mr and Mrs. Louis
Katz of 626 S. W. 15th Avenue,
will take place Saturday morning
at the Beth David Synagogue.
TEMPLE SPONSORS
GALA DINNER
The Board of the Sisterhood of
Temple Israel takes pleasure in
announcing its big affair of the
year, to be held at the Hollywood
Beach Hotel in the form of a din.
ner dance on Sunday night, Janu-
ary 15th, tariff to be $5.00 a
person.
The committee in charge, Mrs.
Harry Rubin, Mrs. Max Orovitz,
Mrs. Harry Nevins and Mr". Her-
bert Kleiman, are accepting reser-
vations and are planning a gala
evening with outstanding enter
tainment in addition to the attrac
tions that the hotel itself offers
e
TEMPLE SISTERHOOD
TO MEET
The Sisterhood of Temple Israel
will hold its regular board meeting
at Kaplan Hall on Tuesday, Janu-
ary 3rd at 11:00 o'clork and its
regular general meeting at 2:00
in the afternoon-
The program after the business
session of the general meeting
will consist of a book review by
Mrs. E. Max Goldstein.
The program arranged by Mrs.
I. M. Weinstein will consist of I
after mid-night. Dancing will h* Review of the book "Roots in the
feature end a floor show will
include 12* dancing an<*_ novelty
acts. Featured on the 'program
will be Didi Dorian, blues singer;
Folie Miller, tap dander and Kaye
Sky," b Sidney Meller to be giv-
en by Mrs. E. Max Goldstein, and
an interpretative reading of the
Song of Songs" by Maxine
Kantor.
MIAMI WILL GO "NUTZ" ABOUT
&EEfi& "NUWLUIT
GALA MEW YEBSTSEVK
Featuring Five Screw Balls
Continuous^crewy-Entei^nii^nt
5100 N. I. 2nd AVB. MM*
FOEMEELY EMBASSY CLUB
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JACKSONVILLE:
FLORIDA
fJUittifi'- n j-
Edward M. M Warburg, ton of the
3te Felix M. Warburg, heads the 1938
Greater New York Campaign of the
American Jewish Joint Distribution
Stt for $2,040,000 for re-
B and relief of needy Jew
.broad. Assuming, '^ership ia
he Joint Distribution .Committie.
Mr. Warburg follows in the foots bS
9i his late father who was one of it*
hunders and Honorary Chairman cl
::>c time of his death.
All OaliWe -. He Cee*
s-^Tsass.,
44lUM-StM
aa aaealaReeaBi m4aV Mvete Ma
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MM
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which all organized religious
groups and all cultural, education-
al and racial groups should coop-
erate with each other and with the
responsible leaders of our other
national forces on a common pro.
gram of action designed to check
the plague of religious and racial
intolerance in the United States,
and to rescue the victims of that
plague elsewhere on a scale com-
mensurate with the greatness of
the need of our own moral and
material resources-" Among
the members of the committee,
which numbers sixty repmenta-
tive citizens in .various parts of
the country are Herbert Hoover,
Nicholas Murray Butler, Rabbi
Stephen S. Wise, Judge Julian
Mack and Henry Morgenthau.
ABOUT A CONTEST AND
BOOKS
Here's good news for you aspir-
ing playwrights. It's a one-act
play contest open to members of
the more than three hundred Sis-
terhoods of the Women's League
of the United Synagogue. Win-
ner will receive $25. For in-
formation write to Mrs. Samuel
Speigel, national president, Wo-
men 's League 3080 Broadway,
New York.....Jewish Lands-
manschaft Book is the name of
the volume published by the Yid-
d'sh writers' project of the WPA.
It contains a directory of over
2.000 Landsmanschaften, with
names and addresses of secretar-
ies, facts and figures on Lands-
manschaften lodges throughout
the country, a literary anthology
including poetry connected with
their activities ,in varioufc cities,
and tides en t^e devejbij
the Landsmansfchaft m^
Editor is Mr. I. A. Ront
whether or not you're a
manschafter we suggest you get
hold of their interesting book.
Another that you shouldn't miss
is the short book published by the
Oxford University Press, "The
German Reich and Americans of
German Origin" under the spon-
sorship of Charles C. Burlingham,
Senator Pepper, Dean Howard
Ribbons, Judge Seaburyi Felix
Frankfurter, Dr. Alfred E. Cohn.
Bernard Flexner, Henry L. Stim-
son and others. ...... in which is
gathered a dossier of'''verbatim
documents, speeches arid decrees
originating in Na,zj Germany.
ABOUT NOTHING IN
PARTICULAR vy
Refugee girls afje' in demand,
particularly those fro/h Germany,
according to Rabbi. Nathan^ Wolf,
secretary of tbef .J^arrja'g'e Brok-
ers Association, pit the^ United
States, and this" is true, ij is re-
(Continued on Page Three)
THE MARY M. BLACK
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
666 SOUTHWEST FOURTH STREETMIAMI
Wishes you and Yours twelve months of prosperity and
success during the coming year. Incidentally, your kiddies
receive the best when entrusted to our care. Boys and girls,
4 to 12 years, k'ndergarten to Junior High. ,lrl _
ESTABLISHED 1918. LITERATURE ON REQUEST-
REFERENCES:
Mrs. Ella Rindon of Mary's Bake Shop and Market, M. Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Marks, Miami Beach Radio- Cab and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rabin, Rabin's Congoleum & .Shade Co.,
Miami.
August Bros. Families.
Mrs. E. Salamen, Freeport, Long Island.
Mrs. Wm. Kesselman, Roosevelt, Long Island.
RTTHE
Walcoma tho Naw Yaar
With' a Nig* of SupoHatfra
^tafcina and Entertainnwnt
ALL STAR SHOW }
WITH 12 BIO ACTS

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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY DECEMBER 30, 1933
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 8. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 18th Court; Phone 3-6192
A WORD IN TIME
Much has recently been said
about "The Coming ^of Age" of
our growing Jewish community.
This welcome observation, how-
ever is somewhat premature when
we view the religious field. There
we are considerably behind and
it behooves us to cast about and
determine the best available meth-
od which will eatable us to bring
more, religion info our datt lives.
It is humbly suggested that in
addition to bringing our people
to the Synagogue, we must bring
the synagogue to our people. In
subsequent issues we shall explain
in detail the ways and means how
we are to achieve the above.
FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES
At the initial session held last
Friday night a goodly audience
heard Rabbi Kellner's analysis of
the problems that face American
Jewry. This Friday evening, De-
cember 30th, Rabbi Kellner will
commence a series consisting of
forum lectures, two to be given by
himself and two by outstanding
guest speakers who will discuss
the solutions suggested by the
four great phases of American
life. The talk will concern the
power of religion in warding off
potential dangers in our midst.
Thus these services will be utiliz-
ed to acquaint our people with the
means whereby they can achieve
a fuller and more comprehensive
Jewish life. These Friday even-
ing open forums will not alone
present just another talk but will
instead be the scene of intelligent
discussion and a place where the
problems of our day will receive
coherent analysis. As last week,
we are again pleased to announce
that Rev. Shalom Clein of the
Ahavath Aihini Congregation in
Atlanta, will be our guest and lead
in the Congregational songs.
LADIES AUXILIARY
An important meeting will be j
held on Tuesday evening, January
3rd in the Synagogue at which
time reports will be rendered
about the recently held Chanuka
party. We take this means of
thanking the good ladies whose
sincere efforts made the affair
such an outstanding success.
Thank's are also due to our many
friends who so loyally came to as.
sure a splendid evening for them-
selves and a good income for our
Talmud Torah.
INSTALLATION BANQUET
A splendidly arranged banquet
Will be held on Sunday night,
January 1st in the Palatial Kosher
Restaurant in honor of our newly
elected officers. Besidese a first
class dinner the committee in
charge headed by Mr. H. M. Dre-
vich has secured the services of
several outstanding singers whose
contributions no doubt will make
the evening a fine social success.
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will be
the principal speaker of the even-
ing and officers will be installed
by our secretary, Mr. E. Albert
Pailot.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
An important meeting of our
Board of Directors will be held on
Tuesday evening, January 3rd in
the synagogue. Initial reports
will be given by the building com-
mittee and plans will be formu-
lated for an intensive membership
drive which will be climaxed with
a gala Purim dinner on Sunday
night, March 5th which will be
Purim evening.
BAR MITZVAH
The Bar Mitsvah of Martin Ru-
bin of 862 Southwest 13th Ave-
nue will be celebrated in our syn.
agogue this coming Sabbath morn-
ing. May his parents and grand-
parents see him grow up into a
proud and successful man of our
community.
CONG R ATU LATIONS
We extend sincere Mazel Tov
greetings to our good friends, Mr.
and Mrs. William Clein upon the
recent engagement o ftheir young-
set son, Ben, to Miss Evelyn
Marks.
NEW GROUP FORMED
At a recently held meeting in
our synagogue the Mizrachi of
Miami was officially organized
and the following were named as
temporary officers: president,
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner; secre-
tary, Mr. Philip Zimmerman and
treasurer, Mr. William Clein.
Plans are being perfected for a
mass meeting in the near future
when permanent officers will be
elected.
HABANOTH NOTES
The sponsors of the three Mi-
ami Habanoth groups met with
Mrs. Herbert S. Goldstein, former
National President of the Womens
Branch of the Union of Orthodox
Congregations under whose aus-
pices the Habanoth movement was
launched. It was Mrs. Goldstein's
$ berviruj V
Floridas Fine A"
ArnericairJewi'jh-
D inner"
B'NAI B'RITH
BRIEFS
BY SIDNEY I, SEGALL
As indicated in our column last
week, Sholem Lodge of B'nai
B'rith will hold its annual mem-
bership "stag" smokerthe time:
Thursday evening, January 5th,
1939; the place: Atlantis Hotel,
Miami Beach- Thanks to Bros.
Harry Sirkin and B. F. Schocn-
berg, who have graciously offered
the use of their hotel for the af-
fair.
It is "bussed" to us that the said
"BB" smoker will be gigantic, stu-
pendous, colossal, and in the lan-
guage of "Schnozzle Durante"
"even mediocre"which gives new
members something to look for-
ward to. We have it from good
authority ("Bro. Bandler" and
"yours truly," as co-chairmen) that
the entertainment program will
provide such outstanding celebri-
ties as Walter Winchell, Nick
Kenny and perhaps Rubinoff
"with or "without." Also we will
be entertained by certain special-
ty acts from a few of the promi-
nent night clubs on the Beach and
in town. Refreshments, food and
prises will complete an evening
well rounded. Those Ben Briths
and their friends who are fortu.
nate enough to attend said Stag
Smoker will witness a refreshing
eve of fun and good fellowship.
"Federation" Marches On!to-
ward a concentrated ten day drive
beginning January 8th, 1939of-
ficially. Wednesday night about
500 workers attended a meeting at
Beth David. Movie slides present-
ed a vivid picture of Jewish suf-
fering in Central and Eastern Eu-
rope attempted alleviation of
hardships by J. D. C, and U. P. A.
Today American Jewry should
need no "sales talk" on anything
pertaining to United Palestine Ap-
peal, Joint Distribution or other
agencies of defense work. The
time is bo longer one of the giv-
ing of alms, but it is the time for
waging war in self-defense and
meeting a mad man's challenge
by fighting back with American
money which is free from the
clutches of confiscation. We should
pay a "premium" for the privilege
of living in this great Ameriaan
Democracy!
visit last year that put the Haba-
noth into the spotlight and caused
others to emulate their splendid
example, joined in the conference
which discussed future Habanoth
plans. Mrs. Ida Buckstein,
the president of the Ladies Auxil-
iary of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation, an organiza-
ber of the Women's Branch was
also present.
JACKSONVILLE
All those who are planning to
make reservations for the Daugh-
ters of Israel New Year's Eve ball
are requested to do so by caU'.J
Mrs. Perry Kantor. The ball whi
will take place in the ballroom
the Jacksonville Jewish Center
an annual event. This year unc
the chairmanship of Mrs. Isdo|
Moscovitz and Mrs. Perry Kant
plans are being made to make
year's event surpass all otheij
Dancing will begin at 10:30 o'cU
and a dinner will be served t|
guests at midnight. On the co^
mittee with Mrs. Moscovitz
Mrs. Kantor are Mrs. David Ro(|
stein, Mrs. Louis Moscovitt,
H. Kramer, Mrs. Jack Landau
Mrs. Roland Krantz.
Particular emphasis was given]
the celebration of Chanuka,
feast of lights, in the program j
the Business and Professional
men's Division of Hadassah wh
was held Tuesday in the Semir.
Hotel.
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Miami Beach
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For Rates and Information
Consult
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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDLAN FRIDAY DECEMBER 30,1938 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. B. 31st St.—I-77S4 MIAMI RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. Indian Creek Drive—S-ltta MIAMI BEACH Either or both at the Rabbis will be In the Temple erery morning. You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewls community, or yeupe:sonal problems. Ton will b aaaured sympathetic hearing and advice, and. needless to say. each matter will be held In strict confidence. TEMPLE ISRAEL CONG REG ATION AL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—HUM. At the regular Friday evening services to be held at the Temple December 30th, 1938 at 8:15 .o'clock Rabbi Morton M. Berman of Temple Isaiah Israel of Chicago, will be the guest speaker. The services will be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Corman A. Zwitman. Rabbi Berman was formerly associated with the Freee Synagogue of New York and with the Jewish Institute of Religion. It was during his service as Associate Rabbi with Dr. Stephen S. Wise that Rabbi Berman was called to his present post in ChicagoRabbi Berman visited Germany, Poland and Russia during the past summer, and his message entitled "The Jew in the Present Crisis" shall he illustrated by experiences and impressions from his trip. A reception for all the worshippers will be given by the Sisterhood after the service. All members of the community are invited to hear Rabbi Berman's message. The hostesses at last Friday evening's reception were: Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs. Tobias Simon, Mrs. Joe Williamson, Mrs. Morris Cowen, Mrs. Benjamin Bronston, Mrs. Henry Bulbin, Mrs. E. Max Goldstein and Mrs. Samuel Gurss. THE CONGREGATION REJOICES Because of the Siver Wedding Anniversary to be celebrated this Sunday by two faithful and con. stantly loyal members of the congregation, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein. To them, and to their children, go the good wishes and prayers of the Rabbis, officers and membership of the Temple. May the "silver" in their anniversary turn to "gold." And also, because of the birth of B daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Gus Feuer. May these new members of our congregation find great joy in their new addition named Lois Jacquelin. THE CONGREGATION SENDS 4 } CONDOLENCES To Mr. Sidney Meyer and to Mrs. Emma Meyer upon the loss of their beloved Lillian Meyer Cohen, devoted sister and cherished daughter. To Mr. Herman Wall upon the IOSS of his father. To Mrs. M. L Marcus upon the loss of her brother, Mr. Norman D. Scheffreen. BIRTHDAY DINNER A beautiful birthday dinner was tendered to Dr. Kaplan on Monday evening, December 26th 1938, un(•er the supervision of Mrs. Frank A. Perlman, chairman, and a Sisterhood committee composed of Mrs. S. J. Basker, Mrs. Jack Benstein, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Morris Plan*, Mrs. Milton P. Travers and Mrs. Jx>uis Zientz. Tributes were paid to Dr. Kaplan by members of various organizations in the community. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman who acted as toast master, introduced the following speakers: th-j Rev. C. A. Vincent, of the Miami Shores Community Church, Mr. Isaac Levin, president of the con. gregation, MrD. J. Apte, Mr. Sie Mendelson, Rabbi Abrahan A. Kellner of the Miami Orthodox Congregation, Mr. Stanley C. Myers, president of the Federation, Mr. Maurice Grossman, director of the Y. M. H. A., and Rev. C. Stanley Lowell of the Tamiami Methodist Temple. MrsMilton P.^Travjers, president of the Sisterhood, presented the gift to Dr. Kaplan and Mrs. E. Rosenberg rendered musical selections. Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan were the guests of honor and Dr. Kaplan gave the acceptance and principal address. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL A moat impressive Chanuka program featured the assembly of last Sunday. A pageant in three scenes explaining "The Message of Chanuka" was illustrated by Rosemond Rubin, with the assistance of Mandel Glicksberg, Felicia Orovitx and Edgar Lewis. The narrator for the pageant was Jules Perlman, Jr. Members of the Hebrew classes recited a Chanuka poem in Hebrew. The birthdays celebrated were those of Eileen Cowen, Jules Belkwitt, Stuart Jarobs, Barbara Gordon, Gerald Gordon, Harold ^ACMO^LLl'? ANMtVS S.AND' rornju OOC8TML lOOMS eaal COfTB I worn. % • y Nag* TM %  MOTU. 0 Weinberg and Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Dr. Kaplan was greeted on his birthday by a representative of the youngest class in the school, Marilyn LeVine. A radio play was the outstandMarx who acted as radio announcer for the play, presented a brief skit with Alvin Schwartx of Young Judea. The distribution of appropriate gifts to each child in the Religious School and candy to all present at the celebration, completed the festivities. SISTERHOOD Last week there was reprinted in the Bulletin a letter sent out to all the members of the congregation about the dinner dance to be given by the Sisterhood, at the Hollywood Beach Hotel. This promises to be the outstanding affair ing feature of the morning, with Renee Greenfield, Ruth Wolkowsky, Charles Rubin, Sterling Lavine and Jane Leibling, carrying off the acting honors. Herbert of the season and the co-chairmen Mrs. Max Orovitx, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs. Harry Rubin and Mrs. Herbert Kleiman, proudly announce that theirs is the only organization which will have a dinner dance this season at the beautiful Hollywood Beach Hotel. Reservations are available by calling one of the co-chairmen or the Temple office. In order to receive your choice table, please make your reservations immediately. KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. nro. 37th 8t. and Normal Are. CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled. 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THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN I BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach M 0SES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi Iti Michigan Avenue •Phone 1-1121 MAURICE MAMCHE8. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 5-2013 Odz and Endz DIVINE 8BBVICE8 D,ilv at 6:15 p. m-. nd mt 7:00 ^ 8: 00 a. "•; Sabbath: Friday MM at 5:16; Saturday morning at s;30; Saturday afternoon at j : 30 o'clock. PR v.. i. siROvrrcH TO SPEAK The guest speaker this Friday evening to the late Friday evening forum held at 8:16 o'clock will be f Congressman W. I. Sirovitch. Congressman Sirovitch is known widely not alone for his splendid record ,i a member of the House of Representatives of the U. S., but u well in he field of education n d child welfare. His subject will be. "That Old World." Rabbi Mescheloff will introduce the| speaker. Cantor Mamches will gjng. The public is welcome. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Sunday sessions will not be held thi< Sunday morning, but will be • d Sunday morning, January 8th. Daily classes held during morning hours during the public school vacation period will be held jn the afternoon as usual with re 0 (BY ARNOLD ISAACS) sumption of public school classes. Registration for daily or Sunday sessions any weekday afternoon from 4:00 to 7:00 or Sunday morning from 10:00 to 12:00. HABANOTH The Habanoth are getting designs for their new Habanoth uniform. They are getting estimates on their new synagogue projects the purchase of which have been made possible by their most successful Chanuka entertainment. They will celebrate this Saturday night at a "*nookums" party. Parents of the children will act as sponsors. MINNIONAIRES The Minnionaires will meet to j conduct their Sunday morning minyan at 9:00 o'clock next Sunday, which will be followed by a breakfast served by the Sister hood, and a short meeting. NICHUM AVELIM We mourn together with the families and friends of the departed Mrs. Hollman and Mrs. Ehrlich. May God console the bereaved. SOGTETY TO BE BAR .MITZVAH Dr. 'and Mrs. Morris Goodman aiy invite all, friends to attend the Bar Mitxvah of their son, David, Saturday morning at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff u -aa.lraiss &>e boy.' A reception will follow the ceremony. • e • NIGHT CLUB OPENS Uw Mercur's Nut Club opened last night in the former Embassy Club, 5100 N. E. Second Avenhe Tnt building has been completely remodeled, and the decorations throughout will be in keeping with th< name and policy of the new resort. "Anything for a laugh" will be the policy of the club, and the. continuous entertainment will be patterned along laugh-provokir.g lines. Heading the entertain ment program will be the "Five rewballs," Jo-Jo Lee, Harry Harris, Maxie Simon, Tiny King, Art Shamberg and Lou Gold at the pianos. A special New Year's Eve program has been arranged which will be one of the gala events of the year. e • • FLORIDIAN HOTEL TO HOLD NEW YEAR'S EVENT The Floridian Hotel at M ami Beach, will offer a tropical "mar di gras" program for New Year's eve beginning at 11:00 p. m. A banquet will be served 15 minutes Moody of London, England. As is well known the hotel observes strict dietary regulations. Reserare urged. ABOUT THE REFUGEES Bravo the fiery address made by Jeremiah T. Mahoney, former Judge of the New York Supreme Court at a Conference of Jewish organizations called by the Joint Boycott Council and attended by over 900 delegates representing 864 fraternal, liberal and religious groups in the metropolitan area. He said: "Of course, wemust help Nazi refugees, both Jewish and Christian, but we must make sure that these poor souls who have been uprooted from their land are not made the instruments for the strengthening of the bankrupt German economy." Negro symoathy for oppressed minorities in Central and Eastern Europe was expressed by a contribution of |130 donated by members of the Abyssinian Baptist Church in New York for refugee aid. • The American Committee on Religious Rights and Minorities has issued a statement condemning the religious and racial persecution by the Nazi government in Germany declaring that "A great national effort is demanded in Heads J. D. C. Drive in New York BAR MITZVAH TO BE HELD The Bar MLtzvah of Jules J. Katz, son of Mr and Mrs. Louis Katz of 626 S. W. 15th Avenue, will take place Saturday morning at the Beth David Synagogue. TEMPLE SPONSORS GALA DINNER The Board of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel takes pleasure in announcing its big affair of the year, to be held at the Hollywood Beach Hotel in the form of a din. ner dance on Sunday night, January 15th, tariff to be $5.00 a person. The committee in charge, Mrs. Harry Rubin, Mrs. Max Orovitz, Mrs. Harry Nevins and Mr". Herbert Kleiman, are accepting reservations and are planning a gala evening with outstanding enter tainment in addition to the attrac tions that the hotel itself offers e • • TEMPLE SISTERHOOD TO MEET The Sisterhood of Temple Israel will hold its regular board meeting at Kaplan Hall on Tuesday, January 3rd at 11:00 o'clork and its regular general meeting at 2:00 in the afternoonThe program after the business session of the general meeting will consist of a book review by Mrs. E. Max Goldstein. The program arranged by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will consist of I after mid-night. Dancing will h* Review of the book "Roots in the •• feature end a floor show will include 12* dancing an<*_ novelty acts. Featured on the 'program will be Didi Dorian, blues singer; Folie Miller, tap dander and Kaye Sky," b Sidney Meller to be given by Mrs. E. Max Goldstein, and an interpretative reading of the ••Song of Songs" by Maxine Kantor. MIAMI WILL GO "NUTZ" ABOUT & E E fi&£ "NUWLUIT GALA MEW YEBSTSEVK Featuring Five Screw Balls Continuous^crewy-Entei^nii^nt 5100 N. I. 2nd AVB. %  %  %  MM FOEMEELY EMBASSY CLUB *" I JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA fJUittifi'-— n jEdward M. M Warburg, ton of the 3te Felix M. Warburg, heads the 1938 Greater New York Campaign of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Stt for $2,040,000 for reB and relief of needy Jew .broad. Assuming, '^ership ia %  he Joint Distribution .Committie. Mr. Warburg follows in the foots bS 9i his late father who was one of it* hunders and Honorary Chairman cl ::>c time of his death. All OaliWe ••••-. He Cee* s-^Tsass., 44lUM-StM aa aaealaReeaBi m4aV Mvete Ma 95 *••• Sl-M MM S4J0 -V.„ A-..— "* *?** which all organized religious groups and all cultural, educational and racial groups should cooperate with each other and with the responsible leaders of our other national forces on a common pro. gram of action designed to check the plague of religious and racial intolerance in the United States, and to rescue the victims of that plague elsewhere on a scale commensurate with the greatness of the need of our own moral and material resources-" • Among the members of the committee, which numbers sixty repmentative citizens in .various parts of the country are Herbert Hoover, Nicholas Murray Butler, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, Judge Julian Mack and Henry Morgenthau. ABOUT A CONTEST AND BOOKS Here's good news for you aspiring playwrights. It's a one-act play contest open to members of the more than three hundred Sisterhoods of the Women's League of the United Synagogue. Winner will receive $25. For information write to Mrs. Samuel Speigel, national president, Women 's League — 3080 Broadway, New York J ewish Landsmanschaft Book is the name of the volume published by the Yidd'sh writers' project of the WPA. It contains a directory of over 2.000 Landsmanschaften, with names and addresses of secretaries, facts and figures on Landsmanschaften lodges throughout the country, a literary anthology including poetry connected with their activities ,in varioufc cities, and •tides en t^e devejbij the Landsmansfchaft m^ Editor is Mr. I. A. Ront whether or not you're a manschafter we suggest you get hold of their interesting book. Another that you shouldn't miss is the short book published by the Oxford University Press, "The German Reich and Americans of German Origin" • under the sponsorship of Charles C. Burlingham, Senator Pepper, Dean Howard Ribbons, Judge Seaburyi Felix Frankfurter, Dr. Alfred E. Cohn. Bernard Flexner, Henry L. Stimson and others. ...... in which is gathered a dossier of'''verbatim documents, speeches arid decrees originating in Na,zj Germany. ABOUT NOTHING IN PARTICULAR v y Refugee girls afje' in demand, particularly those fro/h Germany, according to Rabbi. Nathan^ Wolf, secretary of tbe f .J^arrja'g'e Brokers Association, pit the^ United States, and this" is true, ij is re(Continued on Page Three) THE MARY M. BLACK BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL 666 SOUTHWEST FOURTH STREET—MIAMI Wishes you and Yours twelve months of prosperity and success during the coming year. Incidentally, your kiddies receive the best when entrusted to our care. Boys and girls, 4 to 12 years, k'ndergarten to Junior High. lrl „„ ESTABLISHED 1918. LITERATURE ON REQUESTREFERENCES: Mrs. Ella Rindon of Mary's Bake Shop and Market, M. Beach Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Marks, Miami Beach RadioCab and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rabin, Rabin's Congoleum & .Shade Co., Miami. August Bros. Families. Mrs. E. Salamen, Freeport, Long Island. Mrs. Wm. 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mm TkQt aix i %  %  %  %  FRIDAY DECEMBER 30 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MLAMIS PIONEER CONGREGATION) ^!M rn 135 NORTHWEST WAX SHAPIRO. RabbiOftaVe Phoae 1-1473 THIRD AVENUE -497 Southwest 18th Road Hone Phone 2-2176 PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and 5:30 p. m. Sabbat* Services — Saturday morning at 8:30. Junior Congregation ServicesSaturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—3:15 to 6:15 p. m. Sunday School—Sunday at 10:00 o'clock. Bar Mitrvah Group—Sunday at 9:00 o'clock. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES Services will be conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro Friday evening at 8:15 o'clock. Cantor Louis Hayman, assisted by the Beth David choir will chant the liturgic melodies. The services this Friday evening are dedicated to the old-time Jewish settlers of Miami. Mr. Isidor Cohen, known pioneer and leader, will be the guest speaker. He will discuss the subject: "An Historical Sketch of Miami Jewry" SABBATH SERVICES We urge the parents not only to attend the adult Sabbath services every Saturday at 8:30 o'clock but to bring their children and participate in our Junior Congregational Services at 10:30 a. m. every Saturday. Howard Schwartx, Harold Shapiro and Stanley Hayman conduct these services. Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock, Jules, the son of Mr. and Mrs. uis Kati, will become Bar Mitsvah. We trust he will grow up "Li-Chupah Uli-Maasim Tovim." RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION It is indeed surprising to notice the increased attendance at all our religious activities, particularly the Hebrew classes. We appreciate that fact for the "Study of Hebrew law has precedence over everything." We trust that ultimately parents will realize that daily Hebrew attendance is of greater importance than merely Sunday School identification. MAZEL TOV Rabbi and Mrs. Shapiro, the presidents, officers and members of the S : sterhood and congregation extend heartiest felicitations to Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weinkle at the celebration of their twenty-fifth anniversary last Wednesday May the Almighty keep them in health and may we celebrate together their golden anniversary. We extend a hearty Mazel Tov to Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Farr on the birth of a granddaughter. RADIO PROGRAM Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the radio program over Station WIOD Sunday from 3:30 to 4:00 o'clock. Cantor Louis Hayman accompanied by Mrs. E. Shaeffer will smg appropriate numbers. At the inception of the new year 1939 Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject: "Choosing Life." Veterans Organize Convention Bureau J. William Baros. member of Miami's publicity board, yesterday was formally named president of the Jewish War Veteran National Convention Corporation, which will be in charge of arrangements for the national eneampment of the Jewish War Veterans to, be held here next August. Other officers of the corporation named were Nat Roth, first vice president; Donald LaVigne. second vice president; Matthew SBandler. Abe S. Goldman, Henry L. Green. Norman Liebling and Joseph Stein, third vice presidents; Harry Markowiti, treasurer; Harry Rubin, assistant treasurer and Henry Bulbin, secretary. Lieutenant Commander Charles H. Mills of the Harvey Seeds Post, American Legion, was appointed SOCIETY VACATIONS IN MIAMI Mr. and Mrs. Ike Meddin of Savannah, Ga., are visiting in Miami at the Admiral Hotel and ooperation that will or will not be extended b> I he general Jewish population of G.*ater Miami. We have made our mistakes. That is human. Yet we want to avoid them in the future. We want to help make the "Y" a place that will mean a real community center, a place where young and old may gather and together work for the future of the Jew-sh community. It surely will be accomplished if you will help. Help now by joining one of the groups of the Y. M. H. A. BIG DOIN'S AT "T THIS WEDNESDAY A most outstanding program has been arranged by Mr. Maurice Grossman for Wednesday, January 4th at the clubrooms. Just come and you'll see and hear. Sincere wishees for a Happy and Prosperous New year. —Adious. Y. M H. I. NOTES (Continued from Page Three) ization classes started at Y • Herman Waitsman forms boxing and wrestling teams; Dramatic Club in 4 barge oj\Miss Dorothy Lightman presets. -two l.act plays; December, Seventh annual ball draws large throng to Civic Cenfer "bYHroon; E. Albert Pallot A chaiwnan and entire committee re•J; spoftyttle for huge success; Miss %  Ij^e.fTVH; Marcus awarded prize as jnorit<^opuh*r girl. "Y" NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY to the grounds, erection of a tennis court, handball, volleyball and basketball facilities, and library and reading room are vital necessities. The Y. M. H. A., and its affiliated organizations will grow. That is inevitable, but its growth will be accelerated or retarded by the HOME MILK SOUR CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE YOU WILL LIKE THEM ALL Products of Home Milk Producer's Assn. 769 N. W. 18th Terrace honee 2 7696 The'annual New Year's Eve celebration sponsored by the Y M. H.Jj^., wHI be held at the beautiful Alamac Hotel. Lou Safan, chairman, assisted, by Walter Jacobs, Leo Robinson, Milton A. Friedman and Harry 8hwaTtr. Pictures taken at. the Seventh annual dance will be shown by Herman Waftaman. • RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN WILL SPEAK On Tuesday, January 3rd, Rabbi Colmah" A,, -fcwitman of Temple Israel will deliver an interesting talk."41; mast important topic. Please,*.tfefl(L Refreshments will be servM.following the forum. special aide to the president, and Harold M. Farkas named publicity director. The Advisory Legal Council are Major Benjamin Axelroad, SF. Haber, Harry Siegal and Elry Stone Appointed to the Board of Directors are H. H. Farr, Nat Roth, J. William Baros, R. R. Adler, Donald LaVigne, Harry Markowiti and Col. Sidney Palmer. National members of the Board of Directors named to the Convention Corporation by Isador Worth, National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans from New York were Samuel Leve, director of the Bureau of Investigation, Detroit, and David Nair, New Britain, Conn. The work of the corporation will be to arrange for housing, transportation, meetings and entertainment, to carry on a fund raising campaign and direct promotion. A three week's combination trip plus a summer vacation will be emphasised in literature and publicity sent to a potential Jewish War Veteran membership of 260,. 000. The Miami Chamber of Commerce indicated it would cooperate with convention officials by mailing booklets to prospective convention guests telling of Miami's summer attractions. Offices of the Jewish War Veteran's National Convention Cor poration are located at 601 Ingraham Building. will remain here for several weeks They are the cousins of the Rami* and Schwartz families. GROUP TO MEET "The Life of Reason" aj the topic of Dr. Wolfson's lecture before the Spinosa Group la>t Saturday afternoon. Before the lecture the Group listenede to the broadcast of Lucia di Lammermoor.*' k Next Saturday afternoon the Spinoza Group will meet aga'n on the lawn of Frances K. Powell 1069 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach! Prom 2:00 to S:80 p. m., the au. dience will listen to the first two acts of Beethoven's opera: Fidelio. At 3:30 Dr. Abraham Wolfson will continue his discussion of the Life of Reason as contrasted with the Life of the Passions. The Spinoza Group also meets Tuesday evenings from 7:30 to 9:50. Last Tuesday Mr. I. Tepper of Washington and Miami spoke on Anti-Semitism. Next Tuesday evening Dr. Wolfson will speak on the Moon, our nearest heavenly neighbor. All are welcome to attend these sessions. ROOM AND BOARD at reasonable price with fine German Jewish Refugee family. MRS. MAX LEWIS 235 N. W. 43rd Si, Miami A HAPPY MEW TEAK TO ALL OUR FRIENDS SEVEN-UP OP MIAMI NEW YEAR'S EVE AT THE VICTOR HOTEL Ocean Drive at 12th Street — DIETARY LAWS Gala Celebration in the BUCCANEER ROOM FLOOR SHOW—Midnite Steak Dinner — Dancing $3.50 per Plate Reservations Suggested Phone 6-5881 LOUIS ADLER Management t ^ G etting back to the needs of the 'Wwrte-'.'T* stin squires many things—Especially improvements SAVE with SAFETY Place Your Savings Where They Will Receive Federal Protection and a Good Return We Have j* fj7 On Always Paid {\ yQ Savings EACH ACCOUNT INSURED*' UP TO $5,000 PHONE 3 2652 % DHDt *tOERRL snvinriS'nna -Own G'j*_.j:in T i o n w OF mmmi Gr.uiJ fleer Ceajresi Bldq.. 101 H E-Secensl Hva. J. M. LIPTON. President



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ii*Jewish FlaridHan W VOLUME 11.—NU MBER 62. TlhtB Jewish Unity *9 WORKERS MOVED II SPERKERS More than five hundred workers in the coming campaign of the Grtr Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds gathered at Beth David Synagogue last Wednesday night to listen to stirring .ddresses by Rabbi Harry A. Epitein of Atlanta, Ga., and Louis Plstt, representative f the recently formed union of J. D. C, United Palestine Appeal and the National Coordinating Committee for Refugees. Mr. Maurice Grossman, chairman of the speaker's bureau of the campaign opened the meeting RABBI HARRY A. EPSTEIN and presented Stanley C. Myers president of the Federation who spoke briefly of the work of the organization and introduced Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner. Rabbi Kellner on behalf of the Rabbinate of the nrra welcomed Rabbi Epstein *"d introduced the guest speaker. Rabbi Epstein made an eloquent appeal to help the morale of Jew. ry throughout the world by replying to persecutors with funds to aid stricken Jewry everywhere. Mr. Platt who was the next aker gave a vivid portrayal of the work of J. D. C, the United Palestine Appeal and the National Coordinating Committee and then brought the hearers to enthusiasm *'hen he urged they demand and not beg for contributions for the campaign. Baron de Hirsch Meyer chairman of the Campaign, spoke brief: >y and added his appeal for work*r and intensive aid in the campaign. Following the showing of a talking film "With J. D. C. through Europe," the workers *re the guests of the Wometco Theatres for a view at the Capitol Theatre of the current March of Time picture featuring Refugees. ft wag announced that literature Tua.inting the public with the *ork of the twenty-three participating agencies had been distribM*d. Pictures of the Captains of %  Women's Division were taken. MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER 30, 1938 ITALY MAY EASE ANTI-SEMITIC LAW Rome, (WNS)— Certain aspect of the new anti-Semitic laws may soon be eliminated in a plan to ease anti-Semitism in Italy according to the Osservatore Romano, official Vatican newspaper. Meanwhile, the Senate approved the new anti-Jewish decree laws but the poll brought out one of the largest numbers of opposition votes recorded in the Senate in recent years. These laws are designed to exclude Jews from government positions, restrict their businesses and professions and forbid them to marry Italian "Ar. yans." PRICE FIVE CENTS ERICAN J. D. C. ELECTS OFFICERS New York, (WNS)—The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, the chief American Agency aiding distressed Jewish communities in Central and East. ern Europe, announced at the close of its annual meeting the re-election of its principal officers for the year 1939. The list, which includes Governor Herbert H. Lehman and Councilman George Backer, follows: Mrs. Felix M. Warburg, honorary chairman • Paul Baerwald, chairman; Governor Herbert H. Lehman, James N. Rosenberg, George Backer, James H. Becker, David M. Bressler, Alexander Kahn, William Rosenwald, Edward M. M. Warburg and Dr. Jonah B. Wise, vice chairmen; Marco F. Hellman, and I. Edwin Goldwasser, treasurers; William A. Kushland, associate treasurer; Miss Evelyn at. Morrisey, assistant treasurer; Mrs. H. B. L Goldstein, comptroller; Joseph C. Hyman, secretary and executive director. James N. Rosenberg and Leon Falk, Jr., were reelected chairman and vice-chairman respectively, of the Committee's National CouncilSam Lewisohn, Harold K. Guinzburg, Henry Ittleson, Arthur Jaretzki, Jr., and Albert D. Lukcr were elected to the Executive Committee of the Joint Distribution Committee. The complete roster of the Executive Committee during the past year, were reelected for another one-year term. ATHLETE TO DIRECT A. Zl Washington, D. C.,—Nat Holman, basket-ball coach of the College of the City of New York for 20 years, has accepted appointment as national athletic director of Aleph Zadik Aleph, Junior B'nai B'rith, whose 13,000 mem bers sponsor the largest nationally directed Jewish youth sports program in the United States, according to an announcement by Sam Beber, President of the Supreme Advisory Council of A. Z. A. As the first national athletic director of Aleph Zadek Aleph, Mr. Holman will serve in a volunteer capacity as consultant and expert on all questions dealing with the organization's nationwide sports activitiesThese include 225 basketball teams in 210 cities in 44 states, which are preparing for the annual 33 regional and seven district championship tournaments; 50 sectional summer tournaments in track and field, soft ball and tennis; and the A. Z. A. National Olympics, to be held at the end of June at Port Jervis, New York, with over 400 boys from all parts of the country participating. Known from coast to coast as the nation's outstanding basketball teacher whose city college quintets have won 218 out of 278 games since 1918, Mr. Holman is also famous as a professional basketball player. He starred for the Original Celtics from 1921 to 1928 playing in three world championship games. He also played with the Whirlwinds and many other B'Nai B'rith's Pde$tine CoUn.„, -•*?" ^ •_ n.i u .i have two additional reasons for B'aal B'ritb -^S^JJJff^lSIaS the fe.C.v.1 mart. m kln erry • <* %  "£. 'j.g'S.S Brith-Alfred M. Cohen Colony at **^£ %  £,£?.£. i. the Ea •/ the JW-ycw* &f Idge AO. SI"! %  :— ontaaisatios. ———PIONEER CHALVT2 ISSUES WARNING New York, (WNS)—Arriving on the Aquitania to attend the National Conference for Palestine which will be held in Washington, D. C, January 14 and 15, Josf Baratz, Palestine's pioneer colony builder, writer and labor leader, issued a warning to Great Britain not to ignore the vast possibilities for colonisation in Palestine in her search for havens of refuge for Jews who must emigrate from Germany. Mr. Baratz, who founded Dagania, Palestine's oldest cooperative colony more than twenty-eight years ago, will bring to the Conference of representatives of 800 Jewish communities in the United States, a detailed program fc> enlarging the scope of immigration and settlement in Palestine for Jewish refugees from Germany and Jews from other lands of oppression. B'NAI B'RITH WILL SPONSOR SMOKER WAR VETERANS EEECT OFFICERS By unanimous vote of the members H. H. Farr has been reelected commander of Freda Markowitz Post 174, Jewish War Veterans. Annual election was held Sunday at Harvey Seeds Post Home. Donald LaVigne was elected senior vice commander; Nat Roth, junior vice commander; EIry Stone and Harry Segal, co-judge advocates; Dr. M. Wigdor, surgeon and Louis Auerbach, W. H. Bergman and Eugene Weiss, trustees. National vice commander of the organization, Meyer Neuman of New York, was guest and assured members that the national convention to be held in Miami next August was certain to be attended by 10,000 delegates. Harry Markowitz, national executive committeeman, announced the formation of a new post at West Palm Beach noted pro court teams until he retired as a player in 1933. Mr. Holman is now professor of physical education at City College, head of the physical education department of the 92nd Street Y. M. H. A., in New York, national basketball interpreter of the Amateur Athletic Union asd director of Camp Scatico. BMF.T TO OPEN LOCAL CAMPAIGN Rabbi Jonah B. Wise one of the foremost orators in the United States and general chairman of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee will arrive here next Thursday to be the guest speaker at the opening of the campaign for the Greater Miami Federation 6f Jewish Welfare Funds. The campaign will open with a banquet for all teams and workers of the Federation at the Rv.iiis Hotel Saturday, January 7 at 8:30 o'clock. Rabbi Wise who recently returned from a European trip is probably the foremost authority For the purpose of introducing the new members, more than one hundred of whom have recently joined the Lodge, a gala smoker will be sponsored by the local i B'nai B'rith Lodge to follow a brief business session next Thursday evening, January 5th beginning at 8:00 o'clock at the Atlantis '. 2655 Collins, Avenue Miami Beach. In charge of arrangements arc Matthew S. Bandler and Sidney L. Segall. All members are urged to attend. Only members and male friends will be admitted. A gala program of entertainment will be presented. on Jewish affair J throughout the world and will portray the actual conditions aff vrinij Jewry evi.ryvhere. The campaign proper will open Sunday January 8th and last thru January 18th with the goal of $65,150. set as the minimum sum to be raised for the twenty-three local, national and overseas organizations which will be aided by the local fund. Stanley C. Myers is president of the local Federation • and Baron de Hirsch Meyer is campaign chairman. Abe Aronovitz and M. S. Bandler are heads of the Miami division with Jos. M. Rose and Leo Eisenstein directing the work of the Miami Beach division. Heading the Women's workers for Miami are Mesdames Ida Optner and Morris Plant, with Mrs. Samuel Blank and Mrs. Marv'n Bronner heading the women's division of Miami Beach. More than five hundred workers will canvass the cities. URGE WORLD ZIONIST CONFERENCE IN U. S. Jerusalem, (WNS, Palcor Agency)—A resolution adopted by the Smaller Actions Committee meeting here urged that a conference of representatives of world Jewry be summoned shortly in the United States to act upon vital questions affecting the political and economic future of Palestine as well as to consider the relationship of Palestine to the solution of the Jewish' refugee problem.


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rtflAY DEOEMBEB M, 1938 THI JEWISH FLOBIDJAB Strictly Confidential By PHINEAa J. BIBON GOEBBBLS GAB ^ results obtained by the I -.a. in the collection of the firt J^ltaent of the $400,000,000 fine „ tb J ws wert HOt ** ***" ^Bitle' hsd to accept bonds ud m] estate at their face value in| fUti of the uaual reduced value | a^ined to property held by nonjlrjan*. • Gabby Goebbela ia to for a hot time by tha middle of jjeit year, wn n n ta ine %  npposed to be collected. ... For „ e told you last week, it waa Goebbtls who got thia bright idea. aod upon the success of it hia rtandins; with Hitler depends. The reason why Gabby baa spoken to slightingly of the Quaker miscent of all the German refufeea are non Jews. When it com PAGE FIVI Fate Of Refugees land. Belgium, England, France h rwi^lj V'_JI '' nd Switzerland have translated I Old VlVldly to film the even more horrible' I Plight of the refugees from peaee"The Refugee—Today and To. time persecution—those forced to morrow"—the first screen story of 1** the fanatical intolerance ef the appalling problem which has the Nazi State, stunned the civilised world—opena The Refugee-Today and To. at the Plaia Theatre, Miami morrow" reve*k how in Gessnany Beach, midnight Saturday, Decemthe Nazi Party, aa a national seLli^L?? !ltifc!S ^ ** m thr Ulfh po.ice,har.ingWd^for7tgee. we have not yet com. across. Wednesday, January 4th; and at tack all tho* whoaVLitfe. race w?e 0 of e .u 0 thor"M^urt rU 2 ** C PiU>l The t in %  **"• *• *"^<>U"t and in touch with us about Herta the new "March of Time." Weintraub, 17-year-old %  n a eonlion '.hat is looking Naiiland over i, because during the poet-war, •$ the fine layout years when Quakers were feeding j Jewish refugees in extensive propaganda campaign skating This picture U a complete earnto whip up hatred, h shows how champion of the Vienna Maceab. era record obtained by the March many against whom this program Club, who is now ,n this country of Time's own news cameramen has been directed have fled Gerto provide competition for Sonja of the vast a nd almost insoluble many only after having suffered Heine. Clap hands for the stuproblem growing out of today's the most barbarous of Nazi pundents of New York University, wars and persecutions. The six ishmenta—confinement who are savmg on their lunches million defenseless and pitiable viecentration camp to provide tuition funds for two tims of terrorism and intolerance E wta.i. March of Time film refugees. Fritz Kortner. once -uproot* from work and home. from P leJtlne p&rtnjt ^ J^. a star of the German stage, wtt -are brought to the screen in a ooo Jewish retuieeThave through now serve R. K. 0. as actor, d>memorable March of Time docuh rd work ^ Hmited rra(l ^., rector and writer. If you didn't menury film. nnnnrt „,„,., ** I ._ 'upport turned vast acrea of once on German In bringing The Refugee-Todesolate countryside in Palestine the Sunday day and Tomorrow" to the screen, ^ ftrtile f arm Unds. be sure to look it up. THIS AND THAT The Government is planning to ^ the ^ ^ the light of the workf. reaction, look into the question of German the pp llinK ^ trQe rf The Refugee-Today and Tomerexchange students in this country. wor d ^^ In Spain ^ row" considers the powfbility of practically all of whom are en-, ^^ ^ ^ ^ nght ^ ^^J solving this seemingly endless gaged in either espionage or prop-1 of mj „ iong eft ^^ ^ ^ problemaganda work. It might also titute by .^^eesion and civil war. check up on the part of the GerEuropean prodaction units in Ho lman-American Bund in inspiring, the anti-Jewish demonstration in over a million Germans Goebbels d:'dn't need their help. A Ger man Jew was hia patron at the time, paying hia expensea during Goebbel's futile exposure to an education. A left-handed success for Goebbel's propaganda machine is recorded by Dr. Stanley High, who relates that when a Czech air squadron was ordered to attack Berlin during the stormy autumnal equinoctial season the flyers returned to Prague with the report conation with the picketing of Lipsky. son of Louis. Congratthat Hitler had already done thej radio Sution WMCA for its „.fusulations to Assistant U. S. Attorjob of destruction. That waaj ,, t0 broadcast Fat her Coughlin. ney Frederick Backer, brother of the >rr.pression they got from the The idea 0 f t he picketing was New York's Councilman George sight of demolished buildings and ^^ in the richIy f ert ili Z ed brain Backer, on his engagement to taptorn op Btreeta, the preparation} of one A „ en ^W, who is quite dancer Ekanore Whitney | for Adolfs 1000-year rebuilding churnmy with t he Bund mob. Anybody know of a job (now eomprog.am. ... j Drop note ^ Heywood Broun ing the heading of contract labor* FOREIGN FLASHES I tn d Dorothy Thompson congratufor Franz Lehar, famed composH-.!er's success in shifting his lating them on their truly Amerier ... He's having trouble in bab>. the refugee problem, into the can stand on the suestions of antiVienna, where the Nazis are trylap nf other nations is inspiring 1 Semitism and Hitler's latest blacking to break up his marriage with Poland to further efforts to make mail scheme. ... a non-Aryan. Hjtler or no Hitsorr.tbody else worry about her „ ler, Baroness Eugene de RothsMirror of a couple of weeks ago,; March of Time lays the blame for the world refugee problem at the ,n ** P'^orial journalism March; doors of Berlin. Rome and Tokyo"' Time discusses the immensity IU cameramen have been at work "* tb refugee problem. And m FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE Dry Cleaaiag. Tailoring, Laaadry TAYLOR'S QUICK PRESS SERVICE PHONE S-K2S 44* Espanota Way Spanish Village. Miami Bead RJUCUST MOS gj L*^ 1 tto. BIST' ^^ LOW COACH FARES VIA SEABOARD % %  BBursx aaaxwsMc.saaT Aia-ooswrnosstB COACBWS Omt War fr— Miaaast BOSTON J3 • NEW YORK $ 2S,72 PHHADELPHIA $26 t? WASHINCTON $ 23.45 TALLAHASSEE .... $IO_3w NSW ORIXANS .... $l*Jfc5 EL PASO S 4SX3* HOUSTON $ 2751 LOS ANGELES 4JW SAN FRANCISCO twLM JACKSONVILLE .... $T J3 TAMP K 05^0 ST. PETERSBURG • T SUi C— Srv4t Um fare* ta atacr T. W. Lmekeu, A. G. P. A. ITS EMS fWter Strwtt. s SMaii Teieeheae 2-3I2S—2-1f4 SBABOAkU RAILWAY all. M_4BO .BI laHllfl TBAlSn 4M eaapunur aB-GBBWBBWBBB 8,0C(.0OO Jews. We predict that ABOUT PEOPLE child, now returned to her native when somebody doe. finally Sidney Weinberg of .<*W* America ..till keeps her place the German Jewish refS>chs who "*' the d 8t, ct,on among the world's ten best-dressed take over ngt? the world will suddenly find itself confronted with the Polish Je -h problem too. Preparatiry legislation for this eventualready under way in Poland. Those who have been inthat the Spanish civil war ha r.othing 10 do with the fight I Fascism ought to sing another tune now that the new Nazi submarine bases in rebel Spain hsve been revealed. If you want to know what European country is •lated for the next blow of Hitx. well relay to you that Aug-jr of Paris— Vladmir Poliakoff to you—predict, that Rounsria will be the next to fall, and wfll be followed by the Ukraine. The campaign against^ Rou%  aa-ia. of course, will be "oaten•*' •: arried on to save that coun'O from the domination of Magda L=>cu. In England governmployees have been ordered cuss no official business at as hundred, of German spies being one of the people duped by the late Musica-Coster, had a chance recently to become the American Ambassador to the U. S. R. R-. but refused. Luise Rainer is the chairman of the Sponsorship Committee for the planned American tour of the Habima Theatre of Palestine. The tour will be made under the ausj yan ^^nigrj to pices of the Theatre Guild and the j on his yisit to Palestine Psvilion at the New j will ^ sxis say York Worlds Fair. Robert Vr rovai, Ifryear-old Hungarian violinist who is heralded as another Menuhin, has talked himself out of a Stradivarius. Thinking it adviaable to label himself an Aryan, for business reasons, he has lost the interest of some wealthy gentlemen who know that be U Jewish and don't like his posing as something else. MrsFelix M. Warburg has accepted the honeeary chairmanship of a drive to raise funds for Hebrew literature women. Rabbi Nathan Wolf. lone registered voter of the Times i Square district, has been revealed \ as the secretary of the Sha tcheni aa | Association. The next secretary' of Mayor La Guardia wiD be Mrs. Henry Epstein, daughter of Max Steur. Ely Culbertson has gone to a lot of trouble te find aa ArAryanism of the himself 7 <**** M^n** *er. •N %  *, AHtgaUr Ha NW. 2Sth Ave. and lfth St. DC THE TBADIHG POST DeBs Baafceta Rags ABsgaser Rag. — Blankets OPEN TO VISITORS :$• A. M— &f *• PM Swesethaag leSni— a See AH the 25c Eervthang the nenbridge expert -TOU MAT AS WELL %  AVB THE BEST" TWE WELL KNOWN RnTEJt FROM NORTH AND SOCTaT i Do You Own Your Home? }. in Paleatine. Maurice Bergman • ace advertiaing director of Colam%  bia Pictures, is Uking cheas lea-. from former world's chasej Taw L a s s ea l Flaaa ri — Federal Housing Administration ssalree R NEW LA FLORA HOTELS COLLINS AVENUE AND 1M 3TBEET fariaar the Oeeaa MIAMI BEACH FLOEIDA Kcw ntra-Mwderm Ail rowans with %  houses ia the hope of iliSlSH iiiil^iii^HiiiiiV H 7 ng something of value to pj<>n Emanue i Leaker, and is But why is it that the tidering entering c hes towr-aleadership in London is menU M a serious contender. Jtm falling for the empty prom The pP0 viaional managing editor t the Colonial Office? of The New Palestine duriasr REFUGEE DEPARTMENT I *.. <* 8— C^plan (to red* to Bernard M. Banscb we wish a ou^k recovery) • ready help te Individual rv. >att SIMONS InexecHsW CsasaK ... Moderate Bates ... DIETA&T LAWS 8TEICTLT OBSEEVED CATEEDIG TO FAMILIES ODE SFECIALTY ALSO FOB ALL OCCAEIOBS DELUXE DINNERS Fridays Saturdays Sundays $130 rwom M to <• p. M FOB EEaEBVATIOBB CALL 5Jf71 '•• %  an r efug e e. ef whom ry baa toe many *>aa Refugee Committee %  No leas thai *"• of the German refugee tt "' in New Tart, by **' Purt Aryaaa. And [wssated that akwat twenty


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• l 3 JJS PAGE TWO FEDERATION WORKERS TO BE ENTERTAINED All men and women who will pa-t!cipate in the forthcoming campaign of the Greater Miami Federation o{ Jewish Welfare Funds from January 8th to 18th will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers at an "Open House" next Sunday, January 1st from 3:00 to 6:00 o'clock at their home, 512 S. W. 21st Avenue. Entertainment will be provided by a string'.orchestra and refreshments wtyj be served. Assisting Mrs. Myersan receiving the guest" be Mesdajnes Mendel ScheinHilliard Clein, D. J. Apte, Hank, fifty Stone, M. J. jtitz, Ida Optner, Marvin ritMbnris Plant, Max PepAlbert. E. Rosentti'al, Morrie ^s*Wa *eldmj >Bd SaJye CBONr 'ttROUT TO MEET The Hebrew Cultural group "Tarbut" will meet at fche home of H. Koretzky, 1552 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Sunday, January 1st at 3:00 p. m. Included in the program will be Mr. M. Puch%  Mt s •other, who will give his impressions of Palestine. • • • OLIDAYS Klotz, physician at the )d Hospital, Brooklyn", ived here to spend the holidays with his sister and brother in-law itii ,Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mann. He was accompanied by f*T. Vinceht"Barone. "Fo'teuW^ANGES MEETING PLACE The weekly forum sponsored by "&e illami Section of the Nation' w arrWrfneiI of Jewish Women will heTeafter be held at the Hotel 'Evans every-Friday at 2:00 o'clock when matters of interest will be discussed. The public is extended a cordial invitation. THE JEWIBH FLQRIDLAJr FRIDAY DECEMBER 30,19 38 ANNUAL FASHION SHOW TO BE HELD The annual fashion show sponsored by the Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women will be held on Friday February 3rd at 1:00 o'clock at the Royal Palm Club. Full details will appear m *•*** issne. J. •'. • GENERAL MEETING TO BE HELD A general-meeting of the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewis* Women will be held at the Hotel Evans on Wednesday, January 4th at 2:00 o'clock. The Scholarship project will be the main feature of the afternoon and will be presented by Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Mrs. Abe Rubin. The public is invited to attend. • • • BABY IS BORN Mr. and Mrs. Jack Garlan, 1503 Northwest 37th Street, announce the birth of a son, Irving Samuel, Tuesday, December 13th at the ,Alton Road Hospital. Mother and tbaby are doing nicely. • • • BABY IS BORN Mr. ana Mrs. Gus Feuer announce the birth of a baby oaughter, Lo's Jacquelin, born Friday evening, December 23rd at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. Both mother and baby are doing fine. • • • VISITS HERE Mr. and Mrs. D. Robbins and family, sister and brother-in-law of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, are spending a two week's vacation on Miami Beach. PLAZA Theatre New Year's Eve Midnite Show GARY COOPER MERLE OBERON in it The Cowboy and the Lady S. Miami Beach Rsvd. Smoking Section Also Sundav thru Wed. Jan \-A\\\ EXTRA1 Dramatic Picturization of a World Problem "REFUGEES FROM GERMANY" in the new "March of Time GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH Ph. 5-1812 FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM 515 WASHINGTON AVENUE RING IN THE NEW YEAR at the HOTEL EVANS 10th Street art Collins Avenue. Miami Beach Tariff $3.50 includes Banquet Dinner, Gala Floor Show. FAVORS. NOISEMAKERS Dancing till dawn PHONE 5-4811 FOR RESERVATIONS B'NAI B'RITH TO HOLD ANNUAL BANQUET The annual banquet of the local B'nai B'rith Lodge when recently elected officers will be formally installed will be held at the Hotel Evans, Miami Beach, on Tuesday evening, January 24th beginning at 8:00 o'clock. Mr. J. Aron Abbott is chairman of the arrangements committee for this gala event which will be limited membtrs at B'nai B'rith and their friends. k A gala evening of entertaintainment will be followed by dancing in the beautiful Hotel Evans ballroom. Members of the Lodge are urged to make their reservations with the chairman immediately. Two dollars per person will include the banquet dinner which will be served. Members will be alloted their seats as soon as reservations are made to obviate confusion. Further details will appear in our next issue. • • • GIRL SCOUTS CAMP The Girl Scouts of Troop Ten spent the week-end at Greynolds Park. There is a regular set-up containing a leaders cabin, eight other cabins, a shower and bathroom and a mess hall and kitchen. The cooking was done over a charcoal stove by the girls under adult supervision. Much second class work was accomplished. Sunday afternoon a four mile nature hike was taken to Ojus and the surrounding countryside. An enjoyable evening was held Sunday evening when the girls participated in a grab-bag, an amateur hour, and a marshmallow roast. Fifteen present included: Captain Anita Silverman, Lieutenant Molly Breskin, Mrs. Arthur Shapiro (former troop lieutenant) Natalie Feller, Judith Moss, Elaine Berik, Dorothy Schoenbaum, Edith Cohen, Judith Saul, Edna Malter, Lillian Marcus, Rita Witt, Leah Israelson and Phyllis Kohn. PURIM BALL TO BE PRESENTED The Gala Purim Ball, entertainment and dance sponsored by the Beth Jacob Congregation will be held Sunday evening, March 5th at the Floridian Hotel, Miami Beach. Tickets are now on sale at the synagogue. • • • REFUGEE BALL TO BE HELD At the Miami Chapter of Ha dassah Board meeting held Tuesday, December 27th, Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, president, announced that a Refugee costume ball will be held at the Civic Center Wednesday evening, February 22nd, 1939. Many novel features will be presented the nature of which will be announced at a later date. • • • VISITS IN MIAMI Dr. Mori is J. Schwartz. State president of Oklahoma B'nai B'rith and district deputy of the Elks Lodge is visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Max Schwartz here. Accompanying him was Mr. Sidney Schwartz of Dallas, Texas, who is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Schwartz. They will remain here for the Orange Bowl game. REGIONAL CONERENCE TO BE HELD The first annual Southeastern Regional Conference of Hadassah will be held February 4th, 6th and 6th at the Ansley Hotel in Atlanta, Ga. All members and friends of Hadassah are invited to attend. Further details of the conference may be obtained by calling Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, president of the Southeastern Region of Hadassah st 5-4178. j l ( YOUTH A LIT AH IS BENEFICIARY Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, president of the Southeastern Region of Hadassah, was notified by the Jacksonville Chapter of Hadassah that in answer to the recently emer. gency appeal for Youth Aliyah over $10,000 was raised at a mass meeting held at Morocco Hotel. Over five hundred people attended representing all the Jewish organizations of the city. Mrs. J. J. Hellmun, regional honorary president and prominent in Zionist circles, was in charge of the appeal. She was assisted by an able committee. The main speaker on the program was Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Temple Israel of Miami. CULTURAL MEETINGS TO BE FREE A cultural meeting sponsored by the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women will be held at the Hotel Evans on January 10th at 8:00 o'clock when Dr. Dodge, noted psychatrist will be the principal speaker. The public is invited to attend. TO SPEND SHORT VISIT HERB Rabbi and Mrs. Jonah Greenwald of the Oatend Hotel, Atlantic City, arrived here Monday to spend a short vacation of several weeks with their daughter and son in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. Rosner, operators of the Astor Hotel at Miami Beach. They were accompanied by Mrs. M. Shapiro, wife of Rabbi Shapiro of Atlantic City. VACATIONS HERE Mr. Sol. Lazarus of Laurel and Baltimore, Md., arrived here Monday to spend a two week's vacation in Miami Beach. >• %  ,. %ia


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rT PAY DBQgMBEB 30,1888 THE JEWISH FL01IDIAN PAGE THBKB fjewisfh floridiam PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2972 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Second Avenue GREYHOUNDS RUN AT WEST FLAGLER "DIPLOMANIAC" .:;.• M J. flftWS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. i&OCHET, CircuUtion Manager ; ig second clau matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES One year .... Six Months SUBSCRIPTION „ $2.00 .... -._ $ 1.00 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1938 VOLUME 11.—NUMBER 52. THE ZERO HOUR APPROACHES On January 14th, 1938 there first appeared in the Jewish Floridian an editorial calling on the Jews of Greater Miami to ponder the advisability of Federation. Much water has gone over the dam since then. What was once thought to be a dream, an idle droam at that, is fast approaching reality. Today we are fast approaching the Zero hour, the time when the signal will be given to the shock troops to "go over the top" in a ten day canvass of the Jewry of this area. Theirs will be the will to accomplish, to make good. The five hundred men and women workers of the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds campaign will do their utmost to make this campaign a success. If their work counts, the Federation will have made history. Whether or not they are to succeed is to be decided not by the workers, but by the Jews of this area. Tis easy to sit idly by, to criticise .... to be passive and say there are many who should give, let them give and it will be sufficient. We hope that will not be the attitude of our people in Greater Miami who have never failed to meet the call when and as it arose. When the worker calls to see you beginning Sunday, January 8th, don't keep him or her waiting. greet them with the smile they deserve. encourage them by cooperating. give until it hurts don't wait to be persuaded the worker is not out for himself h e is out to help you aid those who cannot come to see you t wenty-three mstitntfewtare speaking to you at one and the same time. The verdict is in your hands M iami J*wry will measure up! The greyhounds have been running for several days now at West Flagler Kennel Club. Large crowds have been jamming the grandstand and ramp of the picturesque westside oval, often called America's most beautiful greyhound racing track, and have been witnessing the running of some of the fastest dogs in the country. The dogs are now stepping at full speed. Each of the some 500 greyhounds kenneled at the track have had at least one official start and appear in exceptionally good condition for so early in the season. The opening n : ght Monday found the track's namesake, West Flagler, holder of the Pacific Coast championship come sweeping home to victory over such notable contenders as Rip-a Rarin', Fence Guard and others. This West Flagler is a son of the one-time champion, Lucky Roll, and may be a world beater before the 80-day meeting comes to a close at the Flagler track. However, West Flagler, Rip-ARarin' and Fence Guard are not the only champions now racing at the westside track. There a*e Louise, futurity stake champion from the well-known Revere Beacb track in Massachusetts. Rural Rube, nursery champion from the same track; Never Fail, Harrison, Ind., derby winner and others of notable mention. For the convenience of fans, there are a number of exclusive features at West Flagler Kennel Club, such as electrically cooled drinking fountains, elaborate ladies' lounge on the mezannine, mens' smoking room, an elaborate entrance beneath which automobiles may discharge passengers during inclement weather, the •ocktail bar and the palm-bowered latio garden. %  • %  x-ic II ,j Ol • %  ••:' %  %  • .'..i %  i. %  :T aba! | • %  ,:> %  I' %  i %  '_' % %  )..:< %  %  %  i "-.:•.. |1 M i m < %  : % %  gm i • %  u-'i ; n %  ;.*• vi ."I THE Y.M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) HAPPY NEW YEAR! ODZ AND ENDZ (Continued from Page Seven) vealed after deep deliberation because "they aren't like American girls, who are 'always looking for something better.'" But the real problem (are we being overheard) and this too, after much conscientious discussion at the Association's annual convention in New York, iss, er, how to get a girl, er, to tell her, er, right age. Con vention is over-question is still moot. Five new Brotherhood groups this month joined the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods, organization of Jewish laymen whose membership comprises 20,000 men from all parts of the US. and Canada, united in 120 local groups. The ne w affiliations are: Hebrew Benevolent Brotherhood, Atlnata, I Ga.; Sinai Brotherhood, Baltimore Md ; Mens' Club Temple Rodef Sholem, Youngstown, Ohio; Holy Blossom Men's Club of Toronto, "anada. Bronislaw Huberman, famous violinist and founder of the Pal estine Symphony Orchestra revealed that the annual budget of the orchestra amounts to 22,000 sterling—which is among the lowest in the world for an organization composed of first-rate musicians. Which reminds us that Joseph Baratz, founder of Dagania, the oldest cooperative colony in Palestine, has just arrived in the United States and wil laddress the National Conference for Palestine to be held at the hotel Mayflowr, Washington, D. C, on January 14th-15th. A HAPPY NEW YEAR At this time, when we are rounding out the old year, and ushering in the new, it is advisable to look in retrospect at our accomplishments of the past year. While we have not been perfect, we have reason to feel mighty proud of our record. As Al Smith says, "Lets look at the record." Month of January, 1938; Nick Kenny leading the Stars of stage, screen and radio at the third annual Parade of Stars show sponsored by the "Y" at the beautiful Cinema Casino Theatre, Miami Beach. February, formation of Governors Club by E. Albert Pallot, president of the "Y" with William Shayne elected President. Leo Robinson, prominent Miami banker honored as the outstanding Jew in Greater Miami by Y. M. H. A., with testimonial dinner at the Alamac Hoter; Junior Y. M. H. A. holds picnic and outing at Greynolds Park; Y. M. H. A. basketball team defeats McNallys to tie for first place in Miami Beach League. March, annual Junior "Y" sprin? dance at the Y. clubrooms; Y. W. H. A. inaugurates membership drive headed by Ida Engler, president. April. Hymen Merlin elected as president of Junior Y. at semi-annual elections; Y. W. H. A. fives moonlight cruise on Biscayne, Remember! May, Junior Hadassah May Queen honbfli go t/Miss Rosalind Simon of Junior Y• Y. M. H. A. presents annual bazaar and festival at Y. clubrooms. June, Milton AFriedman elected president of Y. M. H. A.; Mrs. Samuel Shindell elected president of Y. W. H. A.; Eleanor Marcus chosen leader of Girl Scout Troop • Sioga Fraternity sponsors annual dance at Royal Palm for benefit of Y. M. H. A. building fund; July, First constructive work of new officers: Selection of|'Maorie Grossman as Executive Director of Y. M. H. A.; formation /at cultural activitiesAugust, Diamondball team tie* Shayne Drugs for first pjace i Beach League; Profeiaer Qni*S nit* inaugurated at Y. with Least Lieberman as Quiaaer;.,Y,:. W. Hi A. holds summer frlifis,i ,at Y* clubrooms. Rabbinical :; A*aeciatkm provides Radio Hour; to work o* Y. M. H. A.; Series of lecture* by Rabbinical Association member*! Golden Ball Championship Won bj Y. M. H. A.—honors to Dr. Ba* ney Weinkle, Aaron Winkle ami Captain Nat Blumberg and team for swell performance; Formation of Dramatic Club, Glee Club, Music Club and Spanish Classes by. the Executive Director. Latter Day picnic held at Greynolds Park by Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. HA. September Stag Smoker gtven by Y. with Nat Bkimhjerg as Master of Ceremonies; JoeColIeg* night sponsored by Junior Y.; Social Service Department' started; Bill Pennel addresses Y. membejrshipOctober, Unveiling of tombstone given by Y: M; H. A., in memory of Boris ScnliatHm**; Po* Tom Kippur dance! "held'at America* Legion Home • Dr. C Stanlfey Lowell speaks "A Chrhrte'fcook" ** Anti-Semitism Jn^CejS^nSj"; Nat ional Jewish Educational Week celebrated by Y. M. H. ween jamboijea/sjatneor W. H. A.; Berme Serkij president of Junior Divis M. H. A. November, Dr. Morn speaks to vast audience ;j Junior Division formed tive Director with Miss via and Mrs. Grossman sors; Y. M. H. A. annod ticipation a membo* lef Miami Federation of Je* fare Funds; Over 5000 (attend T M. H. A. night at Bayrt^nt Park program, Judge Worth tW. Trammel addresses members: ^merie (Continued on Page)Six) 1 I



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rAGE EIGHT c THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY DECEMBER 30, 1933 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 8. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 18th Court; Phone 3-6192 A WORD IN TIME Much has recently been said about "The Coming ^of Age" of our growing Jewish community. This welcome observation, however is somewhat premature when we view the religious field. There we are considerably behind and it behooves us to cast about and determine the best available method which will eatable us to bring more, religion info our datt lives. It is humbly suggested that in addition to bringing our people to the Synagogue, we must bring the synagogue to our people. In subsequent issues we shall explain in detail the ways and means how we are to achieve the above. FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES At the initial session held last Friday night a goodly audience heard Rabbi Kellner's analysis of the problems that face American Jewry. This Friday evening, December 30th, Rabbi Kellner will commence a series consisting of forum lectures, two to be given by himself and two by outstanding guest speakers who will discuss the solutions suggested by the four great phases of American life. The talk will concern the power of religion in warding off potential dangers in our midst. Thus these services will be utilized to acquaint our people with the means whereby they can achieve a fuller and more comprehensive Jewish life. These Friday evening open forums will not alone present just another talk but will instead be the scene of intelligent discussion and a place where the problems of our day will receive coherent analysis. As last week, we are again pleased to announce that Rev. Shalom Clein of the Ahavath Aihini Congregation in Atlanta, will be our guest and lead in the Congregational songs. LADIES AUXILIARY An important meeting will be j held on Tuesday evening, January 3rd in the Synagogue at which time reports will be rendered about the recently held Chanuka party. We take this means of thanking the good ladies whose sincere efforts made the affair such an outstanding success. Thank's are also due to our many friends who so loyally came to as. sure a splendid evening for themselves and a good income for our Talmud Torah. INSTALLATION BANQUET A splendidly arranged banquet Will be held on Sunday night, January 1st in the Palatial Kosher Restaurant in honor of our newly elected officers. Besidese a first class dinner the committee in charge headed by Mr. H. M. Drevich has secured the services of several outstanding singers whose contributions no doubt will make the evening a fine social success. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will be the principal speaker of the evening and officers will be installed by our secretary, Mr. E. Albert Pailot. BOARD OF DIRECTORS An important meeting of our Board of Directors will be held on Tuesday evening, January 3rd in the synagogue. Initial reports will be given by the building committee and plans will be formulated for an intensive membership drive which will be climaxed with a gala Purim dinner on Sunday night, March 5th which will be Purim evening. BAR MITZVAH The Bar Mitsvah of Martin Rubin of 862 Southwest 13th Avenue will be celebrated in our syn. agogue this coming Sabbath morning. May his parents and grandparents see him grow up into a proud and successful man of our community. CONG R ATU LATIONS We extend sincere Mazel Tov greetings to our good friends, Mr. and Mrs. William Clein upon the recent engagement o ftheir youngset son, Ben, to Miss Evelyn Marks. NEW GROUP FORMED At a recently held meeting in our synagogue the Mizrachi of Miami was officially organized and the following were named as temporary officers: president, Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner; secretary, Mr. Philip Zimmerman and treasurer, Mr. William Clein. Plans are being perfected for a mass meeting in the near future when permanent officers will be elected. HABANOTH NOTES The sponsors of the three Miami Habanoth groups met with Mrs. Herbert S. Goldstein, former National President of the Womens Branch of the Union of Orthodox Congregations under whose auspices the Habanoth movement was launched. It was Mrs. Goldstein's $ berviruj V Floridas Fine A" ArnericairJewi'jhD inner" B'NAI B'RITH BRIEFS BY SIDNEY I, SEGALL As indicated in our column last week, Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith will hold its annual membership "stag" smoker—the time: Thursday evening, January 5th, 1939; the place: Atlantis Hotel, Miami BeachThanks to Bros. Harry Sirkin and B. F. Schocnberg, who have graciously offered the use of their hotel for the affair. It is "bussed" to us that the said "BB" smoker will be gigantic, stupendous, colossal, and in the language of "Schnozzle Durante"— "even mediocre"—which gives new members something to look forward to. We have it from good authority ("Bro. Bandler" and "yours truly," as co-chairmen) that the entertainment program will provide such outstanding celebrities as Walter Winchell, Nick Kenny — and perhaps Rubinoff "with or "without." Also we will be entertained by certain specialty acts from a few of the prominent night clubs on the Beach and in town. Refreshments, food and prises will complete an evening well rounded. Those Ben Briths and their friends who are fortu. nate enough to attend said Stag Smoker will witness a refreshing eve of fun and good fellowship. "Federation" Marches On!—toward a concentrated ten day drive beginning January 8th, 1939—officially. Wednesday night about 500 workers attended a meeting at Beth David. Movie slides presented a vivid picture of Jewish suffering in Central and Eastern Europe — attempted alleviation of hardships by J. D. C, and U. P. A. Today American Jewry should need no "sales talk" on anything pertaining to United Palestine Appeal, Joint Distribution or other agencies of defense work. The time is BO longer one of the giving of alms, but it is the time for waging war in self-defense and meeting a mad man's challenge— by fighting back with American money which is free from the clutches of confiscation. We should pay a "premium" for the privilege of living in this great Ameriaan Democracy! visit last year that put the Habanoth into the spotlight and caused others to emulate their splendid example, joined in the conference which discussed future Habanoth plans. Mrs. Ida Buckstein, the president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, an organizaber of the Women's Branch was also present. JACKSONVILLE All those who are planning to make reservations for the Daughters of Israel New Year's Eve ball are requested to do so by caU'.J Mrs. Perry Kantor. The ball whi will take place in the ballroom the Jacksonville Jewish Center an annual event. This year unc the chairmanship of Mrs. Isdo| Moscovitz and Mrs. Perry Kant plans are being made to make year's event surpass all otheij Dancing will begin at 10:30 o'cU and a dinner will be served t| guests at midnight. On the co^ mittee with Mrs. Moscovitz Mrs. Kantor are Mrs. David Ro(| stein, Mrs. Louis Moscovitt, H. Kramer, Mrs. Jack Landau Mrs. Roland Krantz. Particular emphasis was given] the celebration of Chanuka, feast of lights, in the program j the Business and Professional men's Division of Hadassah wh was held Tuesday in the Semir. Hotel. IT P>AV1 TO CT THE MSTJ Buck flan*\ Muck. Marl or Mil •4 g3, fl.M a yard. Cow Manure, I bac* H.R0 Phop* 4-4St4. Ajent will cat PIERRE FINE CUSTOM TAILORING PIERRE A. 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