GESSBk Tiie Jewish Unity
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VOLUME 12NUMBER 1
MIAMI FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 6, 1939
PRICE FIVE CENTS
FEDERATION OPENS 1939465,150. CAMPAIGN
Rabbi Jonah B. Wise to Describe Conditions
at Worker's Banquet Saturday Night
Greater Miami will inaugurate
the 1939 campaign for the Greater
Miami Federation of Jewish Wel-
fare Funds with a worker's ban.
<|uet at the Hotel Evans tomor-
row night at 8:00 o'clock when Dr.
Jonah B. Wise, president of the
American Jewish Joint Distribu-
tion Committee who came to Mi-
ami especially for this event will
deliver the principal address.
Known as one of the outstand-
ing authorities in the world on
conditions affecting Jewry through
out the world gained in raising
millions of dollars for the relief
of stricken Jewry since 1931 and
in his travels through Europe,
Rabbi Wise the son of Rabbi Isaac
be given at the opening banquet.
Workers will receive their prospect
cards and final instructions im-
mediately following the banquet
tomorrow night. Members of the
Jewish community are urged to
expediate the work of the solici-
tors, each of whom will have ac-
credited credentials, by giving
their subscriptions and signing the
pledge cards without undue delay.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer is cam-
paign chairman and he is being
assisted by Abe Aronovitz and
Matthew S. Bandler co-chairmen
for Miami, and Leo Eisenstein and
Jos. M. Rose. Co-chairmen for Mi-
ami Beach of the Men's Division
and Mesdamcs Morris Plant and
and Sam Blank co-chairmen for
STANLEY C. MYERS
M. Wise, founder of Reform Jewry
in America, attended the Intergov.
ernmental Refugee Conference in
France at the request of President
The banquet will mark the for-
mal opening of the campaign,
which lasts from January 8th to
18th inclusive. More than five
hundred men and women will can-
vass the Jewish families in the
Greater Miami area to afford each
and every Jew and Jewess the op-
portunity to contribute to twenty-
three local, national and overseas
organizations at one and the same
time. The Big Gifts Committee
has been receiving splendid re-
sponses, the reports of which will
BARON de HIRSCH MEYER
Miami Beach of the Women's Di-
vision. Stanley C Myers, presi-
dent, is being actively assisted by
the officers of the Ftederajion,
Beulah B. Godwin, Executive Sec-
retary of the Federation who has
been active in the pre-campaign
work and in the campaign during
the next two weeks and Maurice
Grossman, chairman of the Speak-
Among the workers who have
volunteered to aid in this cam-
(Continued on Page Ten)
"If the enthusiasm of the workers is a criterion, the
1939 Campaign of the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish
Welfare Funds will go over the top with a bang. The men
and women of Greater Miami's Jewish community undoubt-
edry feel the call of humanity. We will succeed. Give so
tkt others may live, is the battle cry.1
BARON de HIRSCH MEYER,
WAR IS DECLARED
Strange as it may seem, the peace-loving, law-abiding Jewish commun-
ity of Greater Miami has declared war! A war to the finish without regard
to casualties .... a war to the very end. A war against bigotry, racial in-
tolerance, oppression, persecution, fear hunger and disease. Above all ... .
a war to end the smug complacency of those who would sit idly on the side
lines, sigh and weep, but do nothing to help.
The Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds begins its
epoch making campaign tomorrow night. Inspired by a zeal seldom exhibited,
the Jewish community of Greater Miami has mustered the flower of its men
and women to fight this war. These who constitute the shock troops will go
over the top at the zero hour, determined to gain the goal, because ....
Because, the eyes of the world are focused on Greater Miami, the first
City to conduct a campaign in the country in 1939; because the funds raised
will help to destroy by the defense organizations it supports, bigotry and.
racial intolerance ir. this country; because it will aid our own local worthy
institutions to build character, to aid refugee work, to provide funds where
most neeeded ....
Because it will by its success tell Hitler and the mad despots of Europe
that Greater Miami Jewry will by its contributions help feed the hungry and
the starving in Germany, Austria, Poland and other benighted lands; that
Miami Jewry will help keep steadfast by its aid the morale of Jewry every-
where despite all attempts to break it .... I
Because the wracking cough of the tubercular, the cry of the orphan
and the widow, the appeal of the ill and needy, the call for reconstruction, will
all be answered if Greater Miami Jewry does its part.
Because, ABOVE ALL ELSE, we must destroy the feeling of "I don't
care" that is so characteristic of those who know the needs but sit complac-
ently and smugly by and do nothing ... a condition that existed in those
countries where today the Jew is downtrodden and oppressed, his morale
about broken, physically ill and starved, and mentally very nearly gone. .
The war must be won. The goal of Sixty-five thousand one hundred
and fifty dollars must be attained in fast time. Every man. woman and child
must give, give so that others may live.
London, (WNS) The effect of
the American boycott of Nazi
goods and services has resulted in
the decision of the North German
Lloyd line to withdraw the Bre-
men from transatlantic service
immediately, according to a News
Chronicle report which said that
the liner had carried 36 passengers
on its last trip.
URGES UNITY IN
New York, (WNS)American
Jews were urged to unify their ef-
forts in behalf of refugees from
Nazi persecution. This appeal
was made by the Jewish Peoples
Committee through William Wein-
er, president of the Committee.
In a letter to Edgar J. Kaufman
chairman of the General Council
for the Protection of Jewish
Rights, an organization composed
of the American Jewish Commit,
tee, the American Jewish Con-
gress, the B'nai B'rith and the
Jewishs Labor. Committee, Weiner
stressed the importance of formu-
lating a plan to unify, coordinate
and centralize relief for refugees.
The Florida Commercial Alli-
ance Association of local merch-
ants, headed by Sam Blanch, pres-
ident and L. Grossberg. secretary,
this week contributed the sum of
five hundred dollars to the Greater
Miami Federation of Jewish Wel-
fare Funds 1939 Campaign asking
that this amount be used for Refu-
This is the fourth local organ-
ization to aid the Federation, oth-
ers aiding included the Greater
Miami Jewish Cemetery Associa-
Rome, (WNS)Erich Kleiber,
world-famous Austrian-born con-
ductor, has cancelled all engage-
ments to appear at Milan's La
Scala opera because of Fascist
Italy's anti-Jewish campaign, ac-
cording to reports learned here.
tion, thirteen hundred and three
dollars, the Sisterhood of Chesed
Shel Ernes five hundred dollars
and Loyalty Club of Emunah
Chapter one hundred dollars.
"Greater Manii Jewry has never failed to meet the call
of humanity. It will not fail in 1939. 1 have an abiding
faith that with the help of the splendid men and women who
have enlisted in this glorious cause, the 1939 Campaign v>.i.
far exceed the goal set. Greater Miami Federation of Jew-
ish Welfare Funds will set the pace for the entire country.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JANUARY 6. 1939
William Pallot* returned to
Cumberland University after
spending the holidays with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pal-
Mr- and Mrs. R. R. Adler enter-
tained at a reception Monday af-
ternoon January 2nd at their home
on Rivo Alto Island in honor of
friends and guests of the Alexan-
dria Apartments. Also honored
was Mr*. Abel Rubin of New York
who was celebrating her twenty-
fourth wedding anniversary.
Mrs. S. Goldstein arrived here
to spend several weeks visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Herbert E. Oppenheimer,
honorary national vice-president
of the National Council of Jewish
Women addressed the Miami Sec-
tion at its regular meeting last
Wednesday at the Hotel Evans on
"The Personal Equation" as re-
gards the National Council-
The regular Council Forum on
contemporary Jewish affairs with
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein as instructor
will meet today from 2:00 to 4:00
o'clock at the Hotel Evans. The
public is urged to attend.
The regular cultural meeting
will be held Tuesday evening Jan
nary 10th at the Evans Hotel ball-
room at 8:00 o'clock with Dr.
Dodge well known psychiatrist as
the main speaker. All are urged
The German. Children's Aid
pledge luncheon sponsored by the
local section will be held Tuesday
January,.31st at the Hotel Evans
at 12:30 p. m. All local members
who have turned in their six dol-
lars or over will be guests Those
who have not yet turned in their
quotas are asked to do so before
January 27th to Mrs. Anna R.
Cohen, treasurer, at 3621 Indian
Creek Drive or at the Council of-
fice, 510 Congress Building. This
luncheon is also open to visitors
and non-members for a charge of
two dollars each.
MIAMI DELEGATES TO .
At a recent meeting of the Ad-
ministrative Committee of the
Greater Miami .Zionist District
Rabbi Max Shapfo aod Sidney L.
Segall were elected delegate? to
the Convention of the United Pal-
estin Appeal to be held in Wash-
ington on January 14th, 15th and
vania Avenue, Miami Beach, will
leave for New York where she
will remain indefinitely.
Mr .and Mrs. A. Isenberg of
Dorchester, Mass., celebrated their
forty-fourth wedding anniversary
with a beautfiul dinner party in
the Spanish room jof the Hotel
Evans. The table was beautifully
decorated with tropical flowers
and foliage. The guests were ser-
enaded by the Melody Maidi who
play nightly in the Spanish room.
The party was attended by about
thirty guests composed of hia fam-
ily and friends staying at the ho-
tel, ^long whom were: Mrs. I..
GreSpBrookline, Mass.; Mrs. M.
G. Berlin, Brookline, Mass.; Mrs.
A. R. Shalit, Portland. Man".
Mrs. Mattie Sejig, Gardner. Vast-;
Mr. Meyer Gj^anfield. Hinzham,
Mass.; Judge H. Fine, Baltimore,
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Leevy
and son of Brookline, Mass.; Mrs.
C. Louis Isenberg, Brookline,
Reading from left to right: seated, Mesdames Bertha B. Levy, captain; Mrs.
Reading from left t orighf seated, Mesdames Bertha B Levy, captain, Mrs.
Sam Blink co-chairman Miami Beach; Ida Optner and Morns Plant co-chair-
men for Miami. Rhoda Levine and Maurice Jacobs; Standing: Mesdames Isi-
dor Cohen, Sol H. Lutzky. Harry Nevins, Leon EUrin. Ida Buckstein, Gertrude
S Berlin Marion Shindell, Stanley C. Myers and Moses Kneger, captains
16th. They will leave early next
Mr. Saul B. Optner, prominent
business man of Chicago is a visi-
tor at the home of his sister, Mrs.
Ida Optner, president of the La-
dies Auxiliary of the Jewish Weel-
fare Bureau, and will remain here
for a short time-
More than three hundred men
and women workers of the Greater
Miami Federation of Jewish Wel-
fare Funds were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers at a
reception at their home last Mon-
day afternoon. A quartet sang
selections during the afternoon
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and refreshments were served at
heavily laden and beautifully dec-
orated tables. Mr. Myers is pres-
ident of the Federation.
TO BE MADE
Mr. Abe Aronovitz, co-chairman
for Miami in the 1939 Campaign
of the Greater Miami Federation
of Jewish Welfare Funds will be
guest speaker on Station WIOD,
on Sunday, January 8th from 3:00
to 3:30 on the Rabbinical Hour
with Rabbi Abraham A Kellner in
charge. Mr. Aronovitz will have
as his subject: "Our Duty to Fed-
Mr. Margoshes is a well known
writer for the Jewish Mom'ng
Journal and author of several
books, and father of Dr. Samuel
Margoshes, editor at ihr Daily
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Margoshes.
seasonal visitors to Miami Beach,
arrived here to spend the winter.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
faJewist Florid fan
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BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL
"Baby 1939"we welcome you!
With the sincere hope that you
will grow and develop to be a man
of action, pesousing the cause of
Democracy, and working for a
more respectable brotherhood
among nations and men.
Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at
Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL
One year ....
FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1939
VOLUME 12NUMBER 1
THE Y. M. H. A.
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
1938Gone, but not forgotten,
leaving an indelible impression
firmly fixed in the minds of men
a year of history making events,
some of which were without a pre-
cedent, without parallel in the his-
tory of the human race. Facts
quite unnecessary to relate here.
Suffice it to mention that Old
Mother Earth was an eye-witness
to the clock.hand of Father Time
reverting back to a primitive bar-
barism unexcelled by the bestial
atrocities practiced under Nazi
government direction against min-
Treasurer Greater Miami Fed
eration Jewish Welfare Fund?
Y. M. H. A. IS 101 PER CENT
BEHIND FEDERATION DRIVE
A little better than four years
ago Boris Schlachman, "may he
rest in peace," turned in my appli-
cation for membership in the Y.
M. H. A- At the time we were
tenants of our present quarters
with about one hundred members
taking part in what few activities
were available. Since that time
ifciM't IT-----by leaps and
bounds. There is no doubt in my
mind and in the minds of all the
members that we will continue to
grow, but our growth should un-
questionably be accelerated by co-
operation with the Greater Mi-
ami Federation of Jewish Welfare
To us who have worked tireless,
ly with the **Y" we feel that a
Federation is just the thing need-
ed in this area to help our needs
and that of 22 other groups, each
of whose work goes hand in hand
in helping the Jewish boy and
girl, and men and women in this
country and abroad-
Starting this Sunday the Feder-
ation will begin its campaign to
help 23 organizations here and
I can visualize by the success of
th's drive a Jewish Community
Center in this area much more
readily than if the "Y" were to
continue alone. By our joining
the Federation we became a part
and parcel of the entire populace
of this community and that was
what we originally were striving
for when we organized the Y. M.
After the swell pep meeting en-
joyed at the "Y" the other night
I am confident that the "Y" boys
and girls will do everything in
their power to make this drive the
success it should be.
Evans of the Evans Hotel; Perry
Marks, Henry Rabin, Stanley
"Federation" Myers, Maurice J.
Kopelowitz, President Beth David
Synagogue; D. J. "Broker" Apte,
Benjamin La Vine, Treasurer B'nai
B'rith, Dr. Max Augustine, Charles
Friedman, Samuel Blank, Frank S.
Glazer, Marty Millstein, Col. Sid-
ney Palmer, Frank Schraeger, Har
ry Seigal, Sam Silver, Sidney
Stepkin and Ben Uretzky. Who's
next on the list!
As this column goes to press,
final preparations are being com-
pleted for a gala program of en-
tertainment during the B'nai
B'rith Stag Smoker. You Stag
readers will have enjoyedwe
hopethe entertainment supplied
by such outstanding celebrities as
Nick Kenny and Dave Rubinoff.
Bouquets to Brother Walter Jac-
obs of the Family Jacobs, whose
able assistance is making possible
the procurement of most of the
talent. An unusual system of is-
suing invitations in the form of
"witness" subpoenas will undoubt.
edly attract a tremendous atten-
Leave it to,3tebbi Colman Zwit-
man to pack the "Y" clubrooms,
Yessiree that man has something
and if you don't believe it ask the
ladies. His topic last Tuesday
was: "History or Hysteria" and he
shore can dish it out if you know
what I mean.
Next Tuesday, January 10th,
there will be another cultural
meeting with a surprise prominent
speaker on hand. A public for-
um will follow with refreshments,
or vice versa.
Professor Quizz nite will be pre-
sented bigger and better than ever
Sunday, January 15th at the Y""
clubrooms. Do not forget the
HELP THE FEDERATION
DRIVE GO OVER THE TOP
cision later. Miami was also rep-
resented by a basketball team-
National officers attending the
Convention were: Julius Bisno, ex-
ecutive secretary of A. Z. A., El-
liott Serotta and Milton A. Fried-
man, deputies. An advisor's con-
ference was also held-
Harry Adelberg, president of
District Five Grand Lodge addres-
sed a luncheon of A. Z. A., and
also a mass meeting of Ben Briths
on the evening of the 28th. Julius
Bisno also addressed the B'nai
B'rith meeting and was guest
speaker at the final banquet of the
A. Z. A's.
The next Southern Regional
Convention will be held in Augus-
ta, Ga., next December.
Chas. Ghelerter, general chair-
man and Aleph Godol of the Jack-
sonville Chapter, Philip Selber, the
Jacksonville advisor, and the
Chapter chairman combined to
make the convention an outstand-
Progress within the State of
Florida is assured and was tre-
Congratulations are in order to
Brother Bill Shayne who was re-
cently honored by being appointed
Dade County Chairman of the
President's Birthday Ball Commit-
tee. National Chairman, Keith
throughout the nation are used by ^^JTSS-^SS
the National Infantile Paralysis
Foundation in the prevention and
cure of this horrible disease. We
salute Bfhther Shayne for hi*
splendid effort in behalf of a noble
and worthy cause-
DOTS AND DASHES
The New Year's Eve shindig the
"Y" put on the other night at the
beautiful Alamac Hotel is the talk
of town. Lou Safan and Maurice
Grossman did a swell job in hnd-
l:ng the reservations.
Membership at the "Y" was in-
creased with the addition of the
following: Harry Evans and Luke
PUPILS OF SCHOOL
The students of the Harold
School, maintained by Mrs. Ethel
Grossman and Mrs. Sadie Wein-
berg, were entertained during the
mid-season holidays by Mary Fran-
ces Heines celebrating her fifth
birthday and Herbert Price Au-
gust his third birthday. A o'aylet
entitled "Year Round" was pre-
sented by the children who were
coached by the teachers, Mes-
dames Grossman and Weinberg.
The marriage of Miss Florence
Seitlin and Harry Markowitz,
both of Miami, took place last
Sunday with Rabbi Max Shapiro
will be installed January 23rd.
Another Chapter will be formed
very shortly in Miami Beach.
officiating. Mr. Markowitz is en-
gaged in business in Miami and
is a national executive committee-
man of the Jewish War Veterans.
A. Z. A. HOLDS FIRST
The first Southern Regional
Convention of A. Z. A., within the
State of Florida took place in
Jacksonville December 27th, 28th
and 29th under the auspices of
Jacksonville Chapter No. 272 More
than 140 delegates attended from
Chapters in Charleston, Savannah,
Augusta, Atlanta. Jacksonville,
Tampa, Miami, St. Petersubrg and
Elimination contests in oratory,
debating and basketball culminat-
ed in the following winners:
Oratory: Irving Deutsch, Augus.
Debating: Chas. Borocoff and
Gerald Cohen of Atlanta, Ga-
Basketball: Savannah, Ga.
Social activities included lunch-
eon, banquet, three dances and a
The Miami Chapter, although
recently formed and attending its
first convention made an excellent
showing. Ted Plant, Aleph Godol,
(president) took second place in
the oratory contest and was nam-
ed to a Southern Regional office.
The debating team, consisting of
Nathan Aronovitz and Max Tend-
rich won their first round match
but lost to a finalist by a split de-
TO BE HELD
An interesting program will be
presented at the regular meeting
of the Miami Chapter of Senior
Hadassah to be held Monday af-
ternoon, January 9th at 2:00 p. m.
All members, friends and tourists
are cordially invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Singer of
733 Michgan Avenue, Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Sally, to Dr.
Maxwell Franklin Sperling- son of
Mr. and Mrs- Nathan Sperling of
1748 Northwest 36th Street, at a
party January 1st at their home.
Miss Singer is a graduate of Bos-
ton schools and attended Massa-
chusetts Art School. Dr. Sperling
graduated from the University of
Florida and received his D. D. S.
degree from Atlanta Southern
HOTEL EVANS '
Guests at the Hotel Evans, Mi-
ami Beach, this week include Mr.
M. Ketive, Dr. M. Thaler, Mrs.
Spear, Miss B. Davidoff, Mr. and
Mrs. L. D. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs.
Rosenbluth, Mr. H. Meltzer, Mr- B.
P. Greenbaum, all of New York;
Mr. F. Feinberg of Farmville, Va.;
Mr. and Mrs- Abe Krulevitch of
Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. N. F. Gins-
berg and daughter, Mrs. R. Wein,
of Newton Center, Mass. Mr. and
Mrs- Max Lovin, Terre Haute, Ind.
Lipton Again Is
Joseph M. Lipton was re-elected
president of the Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Association of
Miami at the annual meeting of
the shareholders Wednesday, Jan.
uary 4, 1939. The President's an-
nual message to the shareholders
of the institution was:
"The year 1938 that has just
passed brought this Association
among the first few of the larger
institutions in the State of Flor-
ida. Its assets have resulted in
the placing of approximately 200
loans during the past year, a large
number of them for the construc-
tion of new residences and other
properties which created a demand
for labor and building supplies
and which helped create the pros-
perous situation in the Greater
Miami area that has prevailed
during the past year.
"As of December 31, 1934, the
assets of this Asociation were
somewhat less than $75,00000 as
compared to over $2,850,000.00 as
of December 31, 1938. This in-
crease in assets has been due to
the gaining confidence of the peo-
ple of Greater Miami toward Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Associa-
tions in placing funds with us."
Mr. Lipton stated that "the fi-
nancial stability of the Dade Fed-
eral has substantially increased in
the past year, having added to the
reserves and undivided profits of
the Association over $38,000.00
making total reserves now of over
$103,00000. During the past year
over $63,000.00 of dividends were
distributed to over 3,100 savings
accounts in the Institution."
Mr. Lipton further stated that
"the Dade Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Miami is a
mutual savings institution whose
earnings are distributed among
the shareholders after making 1-
lowances for reserves" Ohis In-
stitution is chartered and super is-
ed by the United States Govern-
ment and each account is insured
up to $5,000.00 by a governmental
The following were elected as
Directors 9 fthe Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Assiciation of
Miami: Joseph M. Lipton, Leo
rinson, Rufus H. Daniel. Irwin
Cassel, Gus Feuer, G. A- Price.
Charles Beatty, M. Krieger and
Will S. Lindsley.
Officers of the Association who
were elected to serve for the
coming year are as follows: Jos-
eph M. Lipton, president- Leo
Robinson, vice-president; Rufus H-
Daniel, vice-president; Charle3
Beatty, treasurer; Henry E. Wolff,
secretary and Clarence Feuer, as-
Mri Myron B. Zalentz U the '
former Ml Harriet Kahn,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al- .
fcrt L. Kahn of Miami Beach-
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAH
FRIDAY, JANUARY g, 1939
137 N. X. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
W Indian Creek Drive-1265 530 N. E. 31st St.1-7754
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning.
You may ooisult with them on matters concerning the Jewls commu.
nlty, or your pc:sonal problems. Tou will be assured sympathetic
hearing; and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in
"Do not withdraw thyself from
The Friday evening service of
January 6th, 1939 at 8:15 o'clock
will be dedicated to the cause of
the Greater Miami Federation of
Jewish Welfare Funds.
A symposium on the subject
"Why Federation will be parti-
cipated in by Mr. Day J. Apte, Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman.
Services will be conducted by
Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi Zwitman.
A special reception will be ten-
dered by the Sisterhood after the
service", for all worshippers pres-
Mrs. Jack Bernstein, chairman
of the Sisterhood Reception Com-
mittee, announces that the hostes-
ses at the last Friday evening's
service were: Mr". Herman Fis-
cher, Mrs. Max Oroviz, Mrs. Leo
Ackerman, Mrs. Dave Eichengreen
and Mrs. Baum.
The assembly program for the
Sunday of January 8th, 1939, will
have as its subject: "Jewish Mu-
sic" The Religious School As-
sembly of last Sunday, January
1st, was in charge of Betty Lyons
and Ruth Kendal.
The birthdays celebrated were
those of: Carol Aronovitz, Rose
Ann Cliff, Florence Cromer, Her-
bert Hirsch, Jack Metzger and
Jules Pearlman, Jr.
GALA AFFAIR JANUARY 15Ui
A letter was sent to all mem-
bers of the congregation about
the Dinner Dance to be given by
the Sisterhood of Temple Israel
at the Hollywood Beach Hotel.
This promises to be the outstand-
ing affair of the season, and the
co-chairmen, Mrs. Herbert Klei-
man, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs.
Max Orovitz and Mrs Harry Ru-
bin announce that theirs is the
only organization which will have
a Dinner Dance this season at the
beautiful Hollywood Beach Hotel.
Reservations may be made by call-
ing any of the co-chairmen, or the
Temple office. In order to receive
a choice table, please make your
Yahrzeits for the month: Frank
L- Simon, father of Herbert A.
Simon; Benjamin Wertheimer,
brother of A. Wertheimer; Nancy
Williams, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Williams; Michael Se-
lig Magid, father of Harry I. Ma-
gid; Solomon Reisner, father of
Mrs. Herbert E. Kleiman; Samuel
Simons, father of Harry V. Si
mons Leon Yubas, father of Mrs
Isaac Wolkowsky; Joseph Sandier
father of Mrs. Morris L. Cowen
Mrs, Henry Bulbin and Mrs. M
M. Nankin; Samuel Lubow; Na
than Waxman, father of Mrs
Benj. LeVine; Joseph Perlman
father of Frank A. Perlman; Jo-
hanna Schloss Frank, mother of
Mrs. Merson; Rose Frank Lewis,
sistes of Mrs. Merson; Mrs. Yetta
Kanter, mother of Harry Kanter-
Charles Kosing, father of Mrs. H.
I. Homa; Anna Bernstein, mother
of Jack Bernstein; Bernhard Wer-
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the Hotel Evans, Miami Beach.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
There are refugees and refu-
gees.....There are those who
couldn't stand it any longer, and
there are others who didn't leave
until they were actually kicked
out ... In the latter category is
a man. new in London, who was
the Austrian consul in Bruen,
Czechoslovakia, until the Nazis
marched into Vienna. This non
Aryan millionaire flew the swas-
tika flag over his factory to cele-
brate Hitler's capture of Austria.
The Nazi propaganda ministry is
all a-jitter because Uncle Sam is
watching the short waves care-
fully to see that nothing is put
over him. A tight watch is also
being kept on local Nazis for sub-
versive propaganda. Did you
read the interview Dorothy Dun-
bar Bromley had with Lady Astor
in London the other day? ... It
seems that the peeress assured
the American journalist that she
is "so much against Hitler that
I wouldn't think of accepting an
invitation to meet him if one were
offered me" ... To top it, the
American-born M- P. referred to
Hitler as a "lunatic" .The
Nazi government's reward to Carl
Hofer, German Aryan artist, for
winning first prize in the Carnegie
International Exhibit this year
was a decree forbidding him to
paint. They don't like Ameri-
can medals in Naziland, it seems.
Messrs. Ford and Lindberg please
Warning to editors of great
American dailies: Before printing
letters to the- editor signed with
typical Jewish names and protest-
ing that the majority of Jews are
Communists .check the source. .
This Nazti new propaganda trick
has beeen devised by Hitler-lovers
here. Clarence H. Low, dyna-
mic treasurer of the New York
State Democratic Committee, is
now spending all his time setting
up an anti-Hitler organization.
Its purpose will be to enlighten
the American people on the real
character of der Schoene Adolf...
Don't let any one tell you that
Oskar Maria Graf, president of
the German writers' association
in America, has anti-Semitic lean-
ings. A real son of the German
soil, of pure Aryan stock, he was
fighting Fascism long before Hit-
ler came to power. Those Ger-
man Jewish refugees who recently
criticized him at a meeting must
have forgotten his famous open
letter to the Nazis a few years
ago, ent'tled "Verbrennt mich!"
(burn me!) ... In this letter
Graf protested against the repub-
li at ion of one of his books by the
Nazis. Don't be surprised if
Fritz Kuhn, un-American Nazi
fuehrer, will succeed in getting
Father Coughlin to address the
big Nazi rally at Madison Square
Garden on February 20th. .
Rape of Palestine." The Goyim
rave about, but the Jewish review-
ers call it anything but a good
book. ZifPs views on Zionism
which he thinks are original and
new, merely repeat the old battle-
Ossip Dymow (author, of "The
Bronx Express"), who the other
day told Dorothy Thompson things
about herself that even she had
Hebrew Congregation, long led by
Some time next month fists will
fly because of the Nazi persecu-
tion of Jews. The occasion will
be a benefit bout between two
MaxiesBaer and Rosenbloom
for a California refugee fund. .
We're all for the idea, recently
broadcast from Los Angeles, that
every American community spon-
sor one refugee family. There
are plenty of Aryan refugees to
supply the towns where there
iren't enough Jews to take care
>f Jewish exiles. The situation,
incidentally, now has reached the
stage when refugees of long
stand'ng help those of a newer
vintage. Nobel Prize winners
Thomas Mann and Albert Einstein,
for example, have been aiding a
efugee painter by posing for him.
. We wonder whether Hitler
vill like the new suede sports su;t
'iis girl friend, Leni Riefei.sthal,
ecently bought in California. .
And we wonder even more whether
f he suggests that she ought to
>uy her clothes in Hitlerland, she
vill explain that this particular
suit is the handiwork of a German
efugee. Clan hands for the
new "March of Time newsreel. on
the refugee problem. The
disorderly and under the influence
are enough to make your hair
stand on end, and must have tak-
en some tall smuggling to bring
THIS AND THAT
Orchids to Walter Winchell for
the best Nazi joke of the month.
... A drunk was picked up in
Berlin the other day for yelling
that Goebbels was a "Schweine-
hund," he reports. The drunk
was convicted on the following
three counts. First, for being
disorterly and unaer the infloence
of liquor. Second, for bias-
prosperous packing plant, he re-
for endangering the safety of the
Nazi regime by reveal;ng a state
secret. A bouquet to Louis
K. Sigman, formerly of Brooklyn
and now of Denver. An orphan
boy who became the owner of a
prosperous paiking plant, he re-
cently donated ISO.OOO pounds of
meat to needy families of every
race and creed in Denver. There
must be something wrong with
the book of William Ziff, "The
cry of Jabotinsky and his follow- the late Rabbi Abram Simon, is
ers. shopping around for a new rabbi.
Somebody with the qualifi-
We understand that Rabbi Abba cations of a Solomon Freehoff or
Hillel Silver's congregation was a Philip Bernntein is being sought,
ready to give its leader a sabba- Credited with bringing about
t;cal year to direct the destinies the comeback of John Barrymore
of the Joint Jewish Council. ... i is his wife, Elaine Barrie, net
But nothing came of it. Inci- Jacobs. When he married her
dentally, the silver-tongued orator John was on the toboggan, but
HIDE THE COMPLETELY AIR CDNOlTIOHSi
of Cleveland was the first to sub-
scribe to the underwriting find
which is making poss-'ble the Hdb-
ima Theatre's visit to the United
States in the Spring. Felix
Frankfurter's appointment to the
Supreme Court bench is in the
bag .... The gentleman who
looks as if he might be Leon Blum,
ex-premier of France, actually is
Rene Blum, his brother. He is
in New York just now to look ,
over Broadway dramatic offerings, I
and his appearance in the night I
spots is constantly starting ru- I
mors that Leon himself :s visiting j
us. The Jewish women of Cin-
cinnati are allset for a big treat
early next month, when Jane Man-
ner, former Cincinnatian who is
now one of New York's foremost
teachers of diciton, will return to
, them long enough to give a drama-
tic recital. Congrats to Isaac
Carmel. who has been promoted
to the position of secretary of
organization of the American
Jewish Congress. Arthur Holz.
Viennese graphologist now a refu-
gee in this country, is being hail-
ed as the greatest handwriting ex-
pert of our time. He says that
Hitler's calligraphy reveals his
militaristic tendencies, his signa-
ture resembling an airplane pro-
peller. Our own candidate for
top-notch honors in the hand-writ-
ing-field, however, is playwright
now he's back on top. Most
successful process servers in this
country are the Turner Sisters of
New York, who once served a
lawyer with a summons while he
was delivering his address to the
jury. George Gershwin's last
composition, which has just been
discovered, was prophetically nam-
ed "Obituary" by the late com-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JANUARY 6.1939
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi497 Southwest 18th Road
Home Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
Services this coming Friday ev-
ening will be conducted by Rabbi
Max Shapiro. Cantor Louis Hay-
man assisted by the Beth David
choir will chant the liturgic mel-
odies. In keeping with the tra-
dition of our pulpit invitations are
extended to lay-leaders to be our
guest speakers on diversified sub-
jects. This Friday evening, Mr.
Stanley C Myers, president of the
Greater Miami Federation of Jew-
ish Welfare Funds, will be our
guest speaker. He will discuss the
subject: "The Art of Giving!"
There will be no appeal for funds
during that evening-
Men and Women:We Jews are
so constituted that whatever af-
fects Jewry In Other parts of the
world affects us personally. In
that respect we must admit that
there is an "international bond"
lietween us. Although in this
glorious country of ours, where
freedom and liberty are equally
shared by all its citixens .there is
not one of us that is not moved
at the reports of the suffering of
Jews in barbarious and bigoted
countries. We give of our bounty
and extend our sympathy to those
in distress and hope for a brighter
and happier future for them.
In this we also share, for aside
from the fact that the persecution
they endure affects us, we also
must apprehend that the poison
of anti-Semitism, of prejudice may
penetrate beyond its environs and
seep into place where it was un-
heard of before. We must help
to destroy the hydra-headed mon-
ster before it raises its loathsome
The Greater Miami Federation
of Jewish Welfare Funds is pri-
marily dedicated to this two-fold
purpose, to alleviate the distress
and to eliminate the existing pre-
judice- We, therefore, ask you,
men and women, to do more than
your share of giving of your
bounty during this campaign from
January 8th to January 18th!
Give, give not until it hurts, but
until it actually feels good. "Bi-
Z'chus Ze," as a result of your
giving, may the Almighty send a
solution to Israel's problems.
This year more than any other,
the registration at the different
branches of our Religious Institu-
KELLY'S TORCH CLUB
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tion is tremendous. Close to four
hundred children are attending in
the Talmud Torah, Junior Congre-
gational services, Bar Mitzvah
group or the Sunday School clas-
ses. Would that the parents man-
ifest a similar spirit by attending
the regular adult services. Re-
member: Financial support is not
all that is necessary in maintain-
ing a religious institution. We
must have your spiritual aid equal-
ly as well. Let us see you at our
We were delighted at the in-
creased attendance during the Ju-
nior services last Sabbath morn-
ing. Parents of Greater Miami:
This is the only Junior service in
our community. We ask you to
bring your children and let them
have a real "Oneg Shabbos." Af-
ter the services, the children are
treated to "Kiddush" in our au-
BETH DAVID SHOFAR
The students of our institution
(under the editorship of Harold
Shapiro and Howard Schwartz)
are proud of their Beth David
Shofar, the only Sunday School
weekly in Greater Miami- It is
replete with news of our religious
activities and social accomplish-
ments. Parents: encourage your
children to support it.
We are indeed happy to extend
our felicitations to Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Markowitz who were recent-
ly married. They are a most de-
serving couple and may the Al.
mighty grant them constant health
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Miami for several days to attend
the U. P. A. Convention at Wash-
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Miami. Members and friends who
desire to discuss any particular
matter are asked to contact the
Rabbi Saturday evening or Sun-
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
625 Michigan Avenue
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
Daily at 7:00 and 8:00 a. m.
laehriss; evenings at 5:15 p. m.
incha at 5:45 p. m. Maariv.
laturday mornings at 7:00 and
:00 a. m.
"Shulchanaruch," a discussion
[of Jewish Codes, is presented in
English by Rabbi Mescheloff ev-
ery weekday evening beetwecn
I Mincha and Maariv. "The Portion
of the Week" is his subject Sat-
| urday afternoons at the Shalosh
I S'oodoss between Minch and Maa-
An unusually large enrollment
has marked this year's erpansion
of our Hebrew School. Classes
are held daily from 3:30 to 7:00
weekdays, and from 10:00 to 12:00
Tourists are urged to enroll
their children for the time that
they are on Miami Beach. They
are welcome to drop in at our
Sunday morning assemblies at
11:30. There is always a program.
FRIDAY NIGHT LECTURE
A capacity audience attended
last Friday, evening's lecture giv-
en by the renowned Congressman,
Dr. W. I. Sirovitch. Congressman
Sirovitch, for many years the
champion of Jewish rights, sp.ke
on "What Judaism Means to Mc."
He was received with repeated
rounds of spontaneous applav.se.
His scintillating analysis was an
"The Development of Social
Life" will be the subject of this
Friday night's lecture to be pre-
sented by Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off. The seqji begins at 8:15;
Cantor Maurice Mamches leads in
the singing. The public is or.
The Bar Mitsvah ceremony of
Charles Stein will take place next
Saturday morning. The boy will
deliver a Bar Mitivah spev'.i.
Rabbi Mescheloff will address the
Bar Mitzvah. Refreshments will
be served by the parents at the
close of the ceremony. No cards
are byi,\s#ued. Everyone is wel-
Our Sisterhood Will hold its
monthly meeting next Monday ev-
ening at 8:00 o'clock in the syn-
agogue building. A cultural meet-
ing and a social hour will follow
the regular business meeting. Re-
fres***n& will be served.
We urge every woman, mmber
or non-member to attend this
meeting and spend a pleasant ev.
ening together. Bring your
friends. Hostesses for the evening
will be Mesdames Koretsky,
Greenwald, Bernknopf and Albert
Last Monday night a special
committee of the Habanoth met
with the president of the congre- j
gation to discuss their project for |
I this year. As a result, estimates
are to be taken for the purchase
of a "Ner Tomid," a perpetual
lamp, to grace the new Aron Ko-
I desh, and of a portable stage for
the new synagogue building.
New members have been join;ng
the ranks of our Habanoth every
week. But we are still ready to
take in more girls abetween the
ages of 12 and 15. Every Jewish
girl of that age will find the club
enjoyable. Applicants can come
to the next meeting which will be
held at the home of Mrs. Meschel-
off Monday evesing at 7:00.
Hardly a feature race goes by at
the picturesque west side oval this
season without some greyhound
title holder in there, Rip-A-Rarin,'
that sensational star of last sea-
son, just recently returned to the
form which carried him to four
titles, and raced home with a spec-
tacular victery over a field of "hot
box" contenders. Rip, the ramb-
ler, is really beginning to look hot
again and may this season walk
off with a few more titles.
There is a kennel of Boston
greyhounds out at West Flagler
this season which have been run-
ning wild. They are Boston Lad-
die, Boston Harbor and Boston
Buddy. These greyhounds are own-
ed by Frank Jones, one of the
most famous names among grey-
hound owners around the country
And when talking about speedy
greyhounds, you can't leave out
West Flagler, namesake of the
West Flagler Kennel Club,; which
won the Inaugural State; On the
Nose, Laddie's. Ace. Legal Gamble.
Arthur Duffy and Bonnie Louis?
These are greyhounds which
should be watched throughout the
1938-39 West Flagler meeting
They rate as the best in the nation
Here are a trio of the top-flight greyhounds nw racing Bt
V/csL Flagler Kennel dab. They are Rip-A-Rarin'; Weft
Flagler, namesake of the West Flagler track, and On The
Nose. They are three of the fastest greyhounds in America
FLAGLER DOG TRACK
Congratulations to Mr- and Mrs.
Hyman Hirschensohn (nee Sugar-
man) married Tuesday afternoon
at the home of Rabbi Mescheloff.
Cantor Mamches assisted in the
May God bless the mairied cou-
ple with life-long happiness.
With nearly two weeks of racing
under their belts, greyhounds at
West Flagler Kennel Club are now
stepping at top form and are pro-
viding thrills aplenty for the huge
throngs which are making West
Flagler their headquarters this
There are many champions ken-
neled at West Flagler Kennel Club
this season and it is these cham-
pions which are making greyhound
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VN-^TrE'NTsrr^tr^ms'^PPed-^^rtnt ^es't K^h^ Ihr A-A <>< -
Patients. Private Baths, etc.
SPACIOUS REST PATIO: For the rest before and after treatment.
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN AND NURSES on duty -lav and nigh, A,, cases under "e stric^ Mpor.
vision of Dr. Georse E. Wollard. who has special lied for the past ii jears
chronic and so-called "incurable" nature.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
TRTDAY. JANUARY 6,1939
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
1546 8. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 819 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
Much curosity and speculation
was aroused by Rabbi Kellner's
statement of last week in which
he suggested we bring the syna-
gogue and its hallowing influence
into the homes of our people.
While this comprehensive plan
cannot be unfolded within the
space of this column, we shall pre-
sent B'ezer Hashem, a construc-
tive suggestion each week which
will embody an integral part of
this/program- For this week each
chilji attending Hebrew or Sunday
Sc&ol was taught the laws of
placing a Mezuza on our door-
posts and utilising our children as
Messengers of God's will, we hope
to bring through them more Jew-
ishness into our abodes. The time
worn excuse of moving about
without permanent homes no lon-
ger is true of Miamians and it i&
high time that our people resolve
to conduct themselves as members
of a settled and stable community-
FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES
The religious forums conducted
by Rabbi Kellner every Friday ev.
ening concern themselves with
the problems of Jewry and should
be of interest to every Jewish res-
ident. The first two Friday even-
ings were devoted to the discus-
sion of Jewry's international prob-
lems and on this Friday evening
Rabbi Kellner will speak of the
role of the American Jews in the
great drama of our people. "Ene-
mies from Within" will be the
topic of the sermon and Mr.
Washington at Tenth Street
Announces the Opening of its
NEW STRICTLY KOSHER
American and European Plan
For Rates and Information
M. ROSNER, Manager
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P*0 TICKET OFFICE
M* S. E. Fin* SkMl
MIAMI, FICWDA T.U.I-. 1-4*90
George Chertkof will speak brief-
ly on behalf of the Greater Miami
Federation of Jewish Welfare
Funds. Refreshments are served
after the services and a most cor-
dial invitation is extended to all.
The Ladies Auxiliary is arrang-
ing for its annual package party
which will be held on the night of
January 22nd in the synagogue.
This is always an affair of attrac-
tive interest and our membership
is looking forward to it with a
great deal of anticipated pleasure.
Watch for announcement of de-
tails and surprises.
The Bar Mitzvah of Paul Safer
will be celebrated this Sabbath
morning in the synagogue. A most
cordial invitation is extended to
M A7-F.I, TOV
We extend sincere congratula-
tory greetings to Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Kaplan upon the birth of
their grand-daughter Audre Elaine
Ruskin, who was given her He-
brew name at the services on last
Saturday morning in the syna-
gogue- May the happy parents
and grandparents live to see her
grow into Jewish womanhood.
The three Habanoth Units un-
der the sponsorship of the Mes-
dames George Chertkof, Samuel
Tannenbaum and Abraham Kellner
are preparing for their great
Purim frolic and festival which is
definitely scheduled for Sunday
night, March 12th. The Buds, the
girls of the blue and white and
the Debs will each be presented in
one-act plays and individual num-
bers. Cognizant of their great rec-
ord in the past these three units
are sparing no efforts to make this
a most outstanding and excellent
performance. Watch for details.
JEWISH RADIO HOUR
There has been a change in the
hour of the weekly Rabbinical
program and the same is now con-
ducted over Station WIOD at 3:00
o'clock every Sunday. On Sunday
January 8th Rabbi Kellner will
speak on "The Joy of Giving."
This Saturday morning, January
7th Rabbi Kellner will dedicate hit
weekly sermon to the cause of the
local Jewish Federation whose
drive is scheduled to start on Jan-
B'NAI B'RITH AIDS
New York, (WNS)Dr. Israel
Goldstein, president of the Jewish
National Fund of America, an-
nounced that forty Jewishs refu-
gees from Germany had settled in
the B'nai B'rith colony in Pales-
FINE CUSTOM TArLORINO
PIERRE A. VACCA
For 15 years we have served a
large and discriminating clientele
Carefully selected Imported fab-
rics. Including English doeskin.
1140 LINCOLN ROAD
Phene 5-M12 Miami Beach
tine and that the settlement would
soon accommodate 100 refugee
The rehabilitation plan, he said,
was made possible by a $100,000
grant of the American Jewish fra-
ternal organization. The B'nai
B'rith colony consists of 2,000
acres situated in the Jordan Val-
The Road to Health
318 Collins Are.Miami Beach
Food Scientifically Prepared
I. ALTMAN JEAN LEI
New York Dietitians
W K*>fui To Bo Ui f eld
155 W. FLAGLER ST.
,H -t I H iUlft*
Another Smashing Redaction Brings New Bargains
in Better Living to Thousands oi Families!
Biggest news of the venr is the new reduction in the
price of electric service lor your home.
Your electric penny means more, buys more, than ever
before. Your electric servants now do more work at
longer hours for the same wages. This is your oppor-
tunity to get more pleasure out of the better things of life.
This latest reduction, provides rates that are designed to benefit
the greatest number of people to the greatest extent
Take advantage of this great bargain in better living by employing
more electrical servants in your home. SEE YOUR ELECTRICAL
DEALER for labor-saving appliances.
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
ELECTRIC SERVICE-Always CHEAP, now CHEAPER still!
iis supplement contains a bird's-eye view of the acti vitics of some of the twent v-three beneficiaries of the
Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds Campaign which begins tomorrow.
MIAMI FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 6, 1939
Orea+er fTliami Federation of
JEWISH WEIIARE FUNDS
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAM
FRIDAY, JANUARY is?9
(Continued from Page One)
WHERE FEDERATION MONEY WILL GO!
Abe Aronovita Mid M.itlti.-w B
ream No. 1George Wolpert. Cap-
tain; Louis Auerback, Raymond Bain,
-utney Beekln, Maxwell Bertueh, Bam-
.;el Church. Arthur Kimicston,
JltHn, Irvine Greenfield. Abe Kron-
. nfeld. Bernard Feldman. Qeow
Schwartz. David Slann, Joseph Wein-
raub, Sidney Weintraub. lsidor
Te*DI No- 2Isaac Levin. Captain;
Samuel J. Ilasker. l>r. Charles Beck-
win. Abe Goldman. Samuel Curse.
Harry Gordon. Leonard Jacobus Sam.
:el Katz. Donald l.avlKne. .1. Herald
wis. Harry I. Maid. Paul Marks.
Norman J. Miraky. Harry Rubin.
Monte Sell*. Louis Zcienta.
Team No. 3Leon Elkin. Cap'*'":
B Chertkof. H. Liebson. Joseph
MwWow, J. Pollock, Harry Rose. P..
Silver. Sam .Silver. Michael August:
Team No. 4Milton A. FYll
-.ptain; Dr. Samuel Beckman, Wil-
liam Friedman. Maurice Crossmnn.
Dr. Harold Rand. Pill Shayne. Harry
Bchwarta, Mayor Bchwarta, Herman
Team No. SDr. Albert B
thai, Captain: Dr. Samuel Aronovlta,
>r. Alfred AuBURtine. Dr. Max AU-
custine. I>r. Frank Coret. Dr. A, F.
Friedman, Dr. M. R. Morris, Dr. M I
per, Dr. Milton Saslaw. Dr. C.e.>:-
i Goraon, Dr. Charles Werblow. Dr.
v -i Silvern.
no No. 6Benjamin Le Vine.
Captain; Joe Field. Harry Gordon.
\ olph Hainies. Louis Haymnn Frank
. iman. H. H. Miller. Burnett Roth.
Team No. 7Klry Btono, Capl
Sam Blanch. Alvin Cxech, Henry Bui-
in L. Groasberg, Bam Halpert, Har.
v Kendel. N. Raff. Harry Rnyvi-.
Team No. SE. 'Albert Pallot. Cap-
tain Aron Abbott. David Bass. Mark
berg-. M. B. PuriNUI, Frank Kline
Albert Quadow. Nat Roth.
T. am No. fLeo Ackerman, Cap.
i: Harry Ollpbant, (Jeorge Gold-
arg Morria Rosenberg, Morrii Ru-
r.nk Bchratrer, Joe Bchwarta,
Isidore Fine, Sidney Palmer, Hen
. ,n. i iav Rayvia,
Team No. 10Mcndei awhelnbers;.
..ptain: Cbarloa B. Jamlaon, s. B.
Miller. J. B. l*allot. Mm i is Peppor,
. Ravin, Nat Zalka, Harry Goldberg,
Team No. 11H. M. Drevlch, Cap-
...n J. Ro-sengarten, M. Ritas, Joe
Joint Distribution Committee: Extends
financial, educational, religions and health
aid to Jews in Germany, Poland, Rou-
mania and other overseas countries.
United Palestine Appeal: Fund raisins;
agency for Keren Hayesod, Jewish
National Fund and Misrachi, the organi-
sations which are rebuilding in Palestine.
American Ort Federation: Trains Jews In
six European countries in trades, crafts
and agricultural occupations.
Miami Chapter of Hadassah. Including
Youth Alirah: Supports health institu-
tions throughout Palestine and trans-
plant* into Palestine Jewish children
from lands of oppression.
National Labor Committee (Gewerksehaft
Campaign): To provide funds for eco-
nomic, cultural and social assistance to
Jewish Palestine labor.
Yiddish Scientific Institute: Scientific re-
sults in literature, art, psychology, edu-
cation, history and economics.
Jewish Welfare Bureau of Miami (Including
Baron de Hirsch Free Loan Fund: For
rehabilitation of families and the cere of
the sick and indigent; the Free Loan Fund
is Federation's channel for advancing
loans without interest to deserving eppli-
Young Men's Hebrew Association: Recrea-
tional, educational and cultural agency
Miami Section. National Council of Jewish
Women: The msjor program of this
agency consists of: Assistance to Refu-
gees, transportation and scholarships for
students snd Germsn children's sid.
American Jewish Committee: Strives to ob-
tain equal civil nd religious right* for
Jews sll over the world.
American Jewish Congrew: Representative
agency of American and World Jewries.
Strengthens Jewish unity and supports
upbuilding of Palestine.
B'nal Brith Wider Scope: Include* Anti-
Defamation League; Hlllel Foundations
in American Univewities and the A- f-
A., Junior B'nal Btttk Freteruity.
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds: A co-operative organisation of
Jewish agencies which gives an opportu-
nity to exchange experiences and assists
in fund-raising campaign organization.
Bx-Petlent's Tubercular Home, Denver:
Provides home and care for semi-cured
tuberculous patients released from sana-
toriums and hospitals.
Hebrew Orphans Home, Atlanta, Gs.: For
underprivileged children, who are placed
where they may enjoy the benefits of a
real home. This institution hss served
Miami for many years.
Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant \.d
Society: (HIAS) A Jewish organize.,
which serves emigrants and immigrants
and their problems. Its European
fices control, insofar as possible.
emigration of Jews.
Jewish Consumptives and Ex-PatienU Re-
lief Society. Loa Angeles: For treatment
of pulmonsry tuberculosis.
Jewish Consumptives Relief Society, Denver
Hopitalization for tuberculosis sufferers.
I,eo N. Levi Memorial Hospital: A na'.unal
free, non-sectarian hospital snd clinic op-
erated under auspices of B'nsi B'ri'.l-. in
Hot Springs, Ark.
National Co-Ordinating Committee Fund,
Inc.: Co-ordinates the refugee work :n
America. It is to a great extent, thr :.-
the efforts of this orgsnixation that the
immigration laws have been let dowa
National Farm School: Teaches farrv. ng
careers to deserving Youth from every
State in the Union.
National Home for Jewish Children: Cs
' r children of the tuberculosis poor
come to Denver in search of health.
These children are thus saved from ex-
ire to the White Plague.
National Jewish Hospital- Denver: 01
non-sectarian American institution whi b
gives free care to tuberculosis vict:
a national scale.
schonfeid. Philip Berkowlta, W
M- in, B. Chertkof.
MEN'S DIVISIONMIAMI BEACH
Joseph M. Rosi n I L*
Team No. 1Harry Zuck
i Captain. Mui rj Oroseman, 1
Bchwarta, Carl Weln-
kle, l-co Huberman, Irving E, -
Harry Novak, Milton U ftowlts.
Team No. tIrving Kranki I,
tain; Baul Reenick. Abe Halpern. Bd
(Continued on Page Eleven)
PROPOSED YOUNG MEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION BUILDING IN MIAMI___
As The Dikes of Freedom Crumble
Examination room at the Ex-Patients Tubercular Home at
Xhe Rummage Store of the Jewish Welfare Bureau in Miami
(1) Austriana, both Jew and non-Jew, after crossing the Datiube to safety in Ciecho-Slovskia. (2) German
Jewish refugees who settled In Spain, flee to Hendave. Franc* on the outbreak of the civil war. (3) J**-
iah children, driven from Burgenland. Austria, flnd-a temporary haven In Bratislava, Cxecho Slcwana-
(4) Distributing small aumi for meals and shelter to Austrian refugees in Prague. *5) Refugeea bound tor
a haven overseas, aided wfth funds from the Joint distribution Committee.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
'.Continued from Page Ten)
Singer, Julius Hode. Irving iCvai -
-,.,-,-, .\,,. :<_m.i\ Pen Captain; (5*
.a Bngeberir, Sherry Goldberg, V
Marcna, I.. Bchoenberg I" i Tempi*
Team No. Harry Blumln Cap.
..n; Pinion Cohen. i'iitI On
- r.iy Hohaueer. WIlllAm Maaur,
TMn No. SBen Oilier, Ca
I'ui-lw.n. It Leo Kupper, Al, >
hardaon, 8am gslplln 1" llarney
No. f.Ha rv '/.
. > Markowita, H irold \.
..il Kohn. Arthui Greenfh
Team No. *n. H Ijondon Cap-
tain; Bam Besvlnlk. Oseai Qlanckoff.
ri P. Warfit 1*1. Harry Wa**<
ream No, BRtanley Jaeoba, Can.
i n. I>ave Emmer. .lain- Ehrlleh i
Lippitt. Bert Relanar, Leon K..~.~.
. ts, Alfred Stone.
Team No. 9W. I, Feuer, (".
-vler Laaarua, Irving Tapllti i
-uer. Iuvkl Bison, ai* M
Team NO. Iflatter Zucki
aptain: Kll Quthman, Joe !
err* Ooodman. s. Robert Begel, B,
Frank. AW Kan.
Mr*. Ida Optner an.i Mra. Morrli
Tfam No. 1Mr*. .1. Kr'stein. Pap-
.-..n; Mrs. S. AroDbvlta, Mrs. It. New.
-< I r... Leon Bbei Mr*. M. Rnaen-
-g. Mr*, l. A. Blchter, Mr*. A.
slins-, Mrs. Louis Hlfas.
No. Mr*. Isaac I
"..j.taln. Mrs. Sidney ijefeourl Mrs
Barbaah, Mrs. A. Belden, Mrs. I.
eenfleM, Mrs. M. Metier, Mra. A.
: n Mrs. K. RtOI .
I v. IMrs. B
\. tali Mrs. Mi
Glu< k Mr.-. 1 >"T;, I Mi a,
. Vine, Mrs. A. Brlcki Mm
No. 1Mra. Ptanlej C. My.
tain; M A, E. Roai
m Koven Mrs. H. Orlln Mrs
. ppoi. Mi a. II. : bei i
\\ Mis* Aden Stag.
I *l, Mrs. M. r*nelrvff. Mrs. M. Rcheln.
! berg, Mrs. Hylsnd K.f.'.r- Mrl H.i -
: Bard Keidman. Mrs. L, Hobausor.
T.,,1,, No SMr* Harry Ollphaat
and Mr-. Meyer Behwarts, Co>Op.
tains: Mrs. S. Rot fort, Mrs H ..
erman, Mrs. m. Weesoi Mr- Joi
Syman, Mrs. .1. Pallot, Mrs. 1. 1.
Harts, Mrs. .1. Racier, Mra. a Kron.
enreld, Mrs. William II. blnson, Mrs
M. .1. KOpeJowltS, Mrs. Morris r. ...
per, Mr- Bd Commlnga, M P "
Rauain, Mrs. Nat Zalka, Mrs Milton
Welner, Mrs. Bldnay Palmer Mrs
Max Shapiro. Mrs. H. O. May
Team No. (Mra Neon Rlk n,
Captain; Mrs j. H.'Siegel Mrs H
Hpivm-k, Mrs. B. Rlfklnd Mrs, M. An-
trust. Mrs. Badla Pont Mlsi cjreis
Team No. IMrs. Bertha i< Levy
Captain; Mrs. M. I.. Cowen, Mrs Rain
Kata, Mrs. i,. Brown, Mra M. Cromer
Mrs. S. Halpert, Mrs. N M:ir><"wiiz
.Mrs. M. Newman, Mrs. M Cohen
Mrs M. Davla, Mrs. n. Wronker,
Mrs. D. Blann, Mrs. R. h. Miles, Mrs
P. Auaustiiw. Mr*. Harry Kaufman
Ml S, Jack Stone.
Team No. sMrs. Marian Bblndel
optuln: Mrs. M. Behwarta, Mri
Mandel. Mrs. h. Roaen, Mrs. i Rob-
Mn H N .c 1. Mr. A. r
Team No. DMrs. Frank Orel
Captain; Mr* Gordon Davis, Mrs
. Goldberg, Mrs. a. F. Pried.
man. Mr*, Baphfil. Mrs. I.. Kim,. Mn
' s- Qarvett, Mia. Ueti
Team No. 10.Mrs. Emily I..
Captain; Mrs. Hog* Bhonberg, Mra.
Jean Oadon, Mra. Blanche I..- Vine.
Mis. Jos, M. Kins, M -. ii i:
Mrs, Chaa, Levy, Mrs. I'..
Mrs. S. .1. Speetor, Mis. I.
Ti am No. n -Mr*. H rr> Kevins,
Capt iin. Mra Ms >. Oro' It* Mi Leo
v. k.! in..n. M ||. ii Milli-i Mr*
H Rl< henbni h, Mrs, ll w
Mra III is, Bi V: Mr ,lo. Si i
Mrs, 11 P
S Mrs II
km. .Mi- \
, Mra l Eiehei Mil
M. L, Hhap ro Mi s. Raj .-
No, 1 IMl M. T
p MEN'S DIVISION FOR MIAMI
Reading from left to right, sitting: Matthew S. Bandler co-chairman; H. M. Drevich M
.^"^^^""""J-^VineCapUta,. Standing: Leon E kin, captain Abe
Aronovnz co-chainnan; Dr. A. E. Rosenthal, Milton A. irtc-dman, Elry S one Leo Acker!
man and George Wolpert, captains. y '
lain; M -. Hi i man Wall, Mi -
Werlhi Mr*. A .- |~>ul M
' !:. Mrs 11 1. Hi inn
Mra Isaac Kaufman, Mrs, i A IVrl
No. 14Mrs. Ida
Mr*. Oi i g .-in ik. f. M -.
iv rk. Mi s, A. Ta nnen ;
(Continued on Pago Twelr)
THEY COME, THEY BUILD, THEY DEFEND PALESTINE
IMPOVERISHED POLISH JEVRY llv. i hovel, like this ,, ,. ,,
grained in Iheir fouls n they face future that it betel nl> lean .,( >,-
pogrom and other forms of devastation in which the few v.ll | ,| .,
Mm,,, Their rolef ourc of help i thai extended b) generoui J. .,,
America through the American Jwi,h Joint DiMribuiion < ommilirc
A group of children tn the nursery of the National Home f cr
Jewish children at Denver, at meal time.
With the aid of Iho United Pal-
Appeal, the $4,500,000 cam-
for the settlement in 1'al-
tine of Jews ,if Poland*, Cier.
Rounwnia and other lands,
more than 175,000' from the**
er.' admKted to Pales-
> during the past five
lit of tlie darkness and n
luf the Gli-
the concentration camp these men
and women have CODM to huild a
new life and to luny forever the
shattered ruins of the old. The
frontier of Jewish settlement con
liiuus to push forward as new ini-
migraata become the builder* and
oneera in the new nnvi ull
colonies. 11 > Ri pairing thi
no mo fur lighting the
men't of Moledet. (-I The new
Immigrants' Hotel of the J<
Agency in Tel Aviv, where nea
arrivals are housed before joining
Jewish settlements. (3) Packing
tomatoes Jivath Brenni i
Women training for defense in the
net* Bettlentenl '>f Banir (61 A
t'iew of Kew-H
' The technical room in the Max Pine Trade School in Tel
Aviv. Palestine-, supported with funds of the Gewerkschaf-
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JANUARY 6. 193?
A ward in the Leo N. Levy Memorial Hospital in
(Continued from Page Eleven)
Kellman. Mrs. J. L, Shochet. Mrs. N.
Team No. ISMrs. laidor Cohen.
Captain: Mrs. Berkowit*. Mrs. Ros-
r-ngarten. Mrs. W. N. Newman, Mrs.
I.ing, Mrs. Abbott. Mrs. 8. S.bwartx.
Mrs. B. Gordon. Mrs. Chas. Walder.
Mr*. Ida Bernstein. Mrs. 8. Stone.
Mrs. Traeger. Mrs. Litt. Mrs. I. Lan-
Trim No. ISMrs. B. Kindle. Cap-
Uln; Mrs. M. Chislins. Mrs. L. Oor-
. Mrs. M. Apte, Mrs. Pritzker,
Mrs. Kellman. Mrs. William Clein.
Mrs. 8. Rosen. Mrs. M. Kotkin.
Tram No. ITMrs. Henry Beltlln,
Captain; Mrs. Lelbman Mr*. Max
Mats, Mrs. Teitellnum. Mr*. Qreen-
h'ein. Mrs. Hchift. Messrs, n
Seitlln. B. Rlfkln. M. Jacob*. I B.
Mil Samiu-I Blank, and Mi*. Mar-
rln Brenner, Co-chairmen.
Team No. 1MM. B. OhMtoff,
*nd Mrs. II. Marcus Co-Captains;
Mrs R. BUChWOld, Mrs. B. Cohen,
Mta'. K. Klein. Mrs. C. Rosen. Mrs.
Team No. 3^Irs. Effie Platoff,
Captain: Mrs. J. Albert. Mrs. Morris
Bronner. Mrs. Henry Hersog. Mrs.
Miinuel Joseloff. Mrs. Herbert Wal-
T.'iim No. 3Mrs. Morris Alpert.
Captain: Mrs. Max Greenheig, Mrs.
M. Karger. Mrs. Knlman Luria, Mrs.
Team No. 4Mrs. Moses Kueger.
Captain; Mrs. M. C. Burton. Mrs.
Itnrothy Fink. Mrs. 9. H. Greenspan.
Mrs. John Meyer. Mrs. Wucher.
Team No. SMrs. Samuel Blank.
Captain; Mrs. Sam Cohen. Mrs. 8.
c. Davta. Mrs. Morris Frank. Mis.
Mn Goldstein, Mrs. Jack Miller.
Team No. 6Mrs. Sidney I* Am-
son, Captain; Mis. William Capland.
Mrs. Milton Dreyfua, Mrs. Aaron
Fur, Mrs. Irving Cordon. Mrs. Leo
Kupper, Mrs. Howard Miller, Mrs.
Jack Ration, Mrs. Wm. Shayrie.
Team No. 7Mrs. Toblaa Bimon,
Captain; Mrs. Ben Bronston, Mrs.
Alex Ooldateln, Mrs. Harry Kcrzm.
Mrs. Joe Upton, Mrs. S. B, Barman,
Mrs. Sam I-ivlne. Mrs. B*T Byer,
Team Mo. iMrs. J. Cohen, Cap-
tain; Mrs. Q, Ilarnhart, Mrs. C. Oai I-
ner, Mrs. Jerome Goodman. Mis. M j
Team No. 9Mrs. Sidney vtem-
traub, Captain: Mrs. Joe N. Morris,
Mrs. B0k Feinb-rg. Mrs. Lewis
Rothlein, Mrs. Frances Wi-in.-r. Mrs,
Team No. 10Mrs. M. Jacobs. ( *P-
Inln; Mrs. J. Delner, Mrs. Rose Fan.
Mr*. J, R- Pearson. Mrs. L. Shapiro.
Mis. N. Slome. Mrs. B. L. Cowan.
Team No. ItMrs. Rhoda M. Le.
vine. Captain. Mrs. Joseph Arkm.
Mrs. Harry Gordon. Mrs. Grace Ho-
hnuser. Mrs. Jan Jacobs, Mrs. Len
Kohl. Mrs. Max Solomon. Mrs. Lilly
Stone. Mrs. Harry Zuckernick. Mrs.
Team No. It Mr* Sam Kanner.
Captain: Mr*. A. Greenfield. Ml**
Maxlr.e Kanter. Mrs. Leo F. Marks.
Mrs t>. Finea*. Mrs I'hil Lefowitl.
Miss Boots Wolf.
Team No. 13Mrs. B. H. London.
Captain; Mrs. A Czech. Mrs L Green.
Mrs Lapowsky. Mrs. I. Minlxer. Mrs.
A. Nussbaum. Mrs. J. Rose. Mrs.
! Rubin. Mrs. M. S. Rubin
Team No. 14Mrs. H. E. Klelman.
Captain; Mrs. R Felnberg. Mrs. II-
i ilarrv Medoff, Miss Gertrude Uch.
Mrs. J. Riesner. Mrs. M. Kleiman.
Team No. 15Mrs. Ida GreenbUtt.
Captain; Mrs. R. Eelnbcieg. Mrs. H.
LevitOh. Mrs. Llpman. Miss Ruth
Niger. Mrs. II. KUas. Mrs. sarah
Miller. Mrs. A. Walder.
Team No. Its-Mra. Gertrude Ber-
lin. Captain; Mrs. M. Levensohn.
Mrs. I>. Pechter, Mrs. Sarah Harris.
Mrs. .1. Hlrst-h.
Aerial view Jewish Consumptives and Ex-Patients Relief Society, Los Angeles
.Leo Eisenitein and Jos. M. Rose, co-chairmen of the Men's
Division for Miami Beach.
"OW HA8 NO TERROR for thM children of tt* National Jewish Hospital at DmT* Thef areamOM
the utlent who are under daisy ear* at the Hospital which provide*' the most "modern methods o<
reatment for men. women and children Buffering fro*n tuber culoele. T week of the Uo#iiUl U ue%
I .ation wid* utd BOB iecUriaj*.