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The Jewish Floridian ( January 13, 1939 )

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wJemsti Floridia in w Co*aw^ Title Jewjjsih lUnSlty /# VOLUME 12.—NUMBER2. MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 13. 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS Federation Nearing Goal As End of Campaign Approaches WORKERS REPORT $47,261 RAISED FIRST FOUR DAYS OF CAMPAIGN Enthused by an inspired talk delivered by Rabbi Jonah B. Wise at the opening Campaign Dinner held at Hotel Evans last Saturday, January 7th, more than three hundred volunteer workers began the solicitation of funds for the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds. The workers during the week attended daily workers' luncheons at Laura Jacobson's restaurant in the Urmey Hotel, and at the luncheon held Thursday, January 11th, reported a total of $47,261 raised during the first four days of the campaign. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, general campaign chairman, in addressing the workers at the Thursday luncheon stated that only 1138 out of a total prospect list of 3,561 had been covered to date and that with continuad enthusiasm and preservance the balance of the money needed to go over the top would be raised from the remaining prospect* yet to be contacted. D. J. Apte reported in behalf of the Special Gift Committee advising the fathering that the commietee was meeeing with a fine response and that not one member would cease his efforts until the quota has been attained. The campaign closes on Wednesday, January 18th, on which date the final luncheon for workers wlil be held at the Laura Jacohson Restaurant in the Urmey Hotel, and a final report will be given. Since the inception of the campaign the Junior Division headed by George Chertkof and Paul Barnett as co-chairmen has been organized, and contributions are being obtained from all Jewish yout horganizations and the Jewish youth of Miami. At the first luncheon meeting Mr. Chertkof reported that more than $200.00 had already been raised. Y. M. H. A. Cavalcade Of Stars To Be Held Saturday, January 28 The Fourth annual Cavalcade of Stars headed by Nick Kenny and given for the benefit of the Y. M. H. A. building fund will be held Saturday midnite January 28th at the beautiful Biscayne Plaza Theatre. Milton A. Friedman and Nat Blumberg, co-chairmen of this affair, are being assisted by Herman Waitsman, ticket chairman; Dr. Samuel Beckman, treasurer; Bruce Henry and Sam Seitlin, publicity; Maurice Grossman, reservations; William Shayne, president of Governor's Club; Leo Robinson, Al Pallot, Jack Abbott, Rudy Adler, Stanley Myers, Sam Blank, Walter Jacobs, Chester Alexander, Jack Apte, Al Rosenfeld, Al Grossman, Dr. Harold Rand, Jack Lear, Frank Rose, Manny Teitler, Sidney Meyer and Mitchell Wolfson and Harry Schwartz. All the outstanding stars of stage, screen and radio in this area including the one and only Ted Lewis will be on band to assist this worthwhile organization. Evian Commission Sends Delegates President Presents Possible Solution BANQUET TO BE GALA EVENT Plans have been completed for the local B'nai B'rith Lodge banquet installation which will be held at the Hotel Evans Tuesday night. January 24th at 8:00 p. m. Several speakers will be heard in brief addresses. The officers of the Lodge headed by E. Albert Pallot, president, will be formally inducted into office with brief but impressive installation services. Following the dinner, entertainment and dancing will be eenjoyed in the Spanish ballroom of the hotel. J. Aron Abbott, chairman and Benjamin LeVine treasurer of the banquet committee request all those desiring to attend to please make reservaions immediately. Rome, (WNS)Ambassador William Phillips presented a message from President Roosevelt to Premier Mussolini on possible solution of the Jewish question in Europe. An official statement issued from the Palazzo Venezia said that "II Duce received the United States Ambassador to discuss the European Semitic question and possiblesolu tion of a general character. Although the plan submitted by the United States was not detailed it suggested that Premier Mussolini allow both Italian and foreign Jews—particularly those in Germany, hit by recent drastic measures—to settle in Ethiopio. It urged Mussolini to use his personal influence with Hitler, who, because of the close relations existing between the dictators, would certainly give the plan careful consideration if it were supoorted by his axis partner. Mr. Phillips declared that Mussolini courteously suggested that there were other countries where Jews could settle more easily than Ethiopia. He said that Russia was one of these countries and that to his knowledge no opposition to immigration by refugees had been shown by the Soviet Government. He added that Brazil could absorb large numbers on vast expanses of unexploited landMussolini also declined the suggestion that he should forward the President's plan to Hitler because, he said, he knew it would he futile, since Italy and Germany had a perfect identity of views on the Jewish question. Berlin, (WNS)—Nazi hopes of easing the diplomatic strain between the United States and Germany center on George Rublee's visit to Berlin this ewek. Recently in London it was indicated that a plan for removing 150,000 younger Jews from Germay would be discussed. German authorities have hitherto declined to receive representatives of the Evian Commission regarding that body as a typical case of foreign meddling with German affairs. Moderates i n the Nazi Government prevailed on Goering to invite the Evian delegation as a gesture of conciliation in spite of the two periods of tension arising from Ickes denouncing dictatorships and President Roosevelt's message to Congress assailing totalitarian states. This is regarded as a n indication that Germany is willing to make concessions for the sake of improving relations with the United States. Nazi informants predicted that as a further gesture of appeasement, Hitler would refrain from attacking President Roosevelt in his speech to the Reichstag on January 30th. Council Aiding Many Immigrants New York, (WNS)—Mrs. Ely Jacques Kahn, president of the New York Section of the Council of Jewish Women, announced that in November 1938, seven hundred immigrants ,of whom 85 percent were German refugees, were assisted and prepared for taning out first citizenship papers. Since its inception thirty-five years ago, Mrs. Kahn said, the organization has aided immigrants adjust themselves in every way. Discussion Opens J. W. V. Conference STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Felix Frankfurter Is Appointed To Supreme Court New York, (WNS)—President Roosevelt's nomination of Professor Felix Frankfurter to fill the vacancy created in the Supreme Court of the United States by the death of Justice Cardozo, came as somewhat of a surprise to many otherwise well-informed people in political circles. Although his ultimate appointment was felt to be assured, it was generally accepted that the President's next logical appointee would be from the West and that only after Justice Brandeis had stepped down could another justice from New England be named. The Senate immediately made it unmistakably apparent that it would confirm the nomination, while from all parts of the country, regardless of political affiliation, came messages of acclaim and approval of the appointment of Professor Frankfurter. Felix Frankfurter was born in Vienna i n 1882, and came to this country with his parents at the age of twelve. Poor people, they lived in a tenement house on the East side of New York City, and while young Felix Frankfurter strove to learn the language of his new country, attending public schools, he served as an errand boy for a chemical firm. A dozen years later he was graduated from Harvard Law School with highest honors, and launched on his brilliant legal career. Professor Frankfurter is a notAtlantic City, (WNS)—Representing 20,000 members of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States, delegates opened their midwinter conference here with a discussion of plans for fighting European oppression. Dr. George Walton, one of the three Quakers who went to Germany as members of the American Friends Service Commission on the refugee problem, was the principal speaker. The delegates pledged themselves to fight Communism, a menace which they declared was too easily overlooked in the face of new "isms" notably Nazism and Fascism. This viewpoint towards Communism is by no means a new stand taken by the Jewish War Veterans, but one which they have staunchly and consistently maintained. More than 500 delegates to the conference adopted a resolution which stated in part: "True Americanism can brook no doctrines inimical to the guarantees of the Constitution of the United States and its Bill of Rights." It added tha Judaism's doctrines were aki n to those of democracy and opposed to "any doctrine which menaces man's very right to believe in God." ed, outspoken liberal and chamnion of the view that the Constitution is an elastic document framed to meet the changing needs of a changing society. After the Supreme Court invalidated the NRA in 1935 he held to his belief that the Constitution need not be changed in order to modernize the American system. In 1914 he joined the Harvard Law School facultv, and in 1924 became head of the Department of Administrative Law at Harvard, which position he has been holding until now. Virtually all the "liberal" senators except Senator Borah who witheld immediate cocmment joined i n praising the Frankfurter appointment, their spokesman, Senator Norris, saying that he was "highly pleased." Mr. Frankfurter is generally regarded as the logical successor to Oliver Wendell Holmes and Benjamin Cardozo, two justices of the liberal tradition. "Shakespeare's Merchant—1939" the Brattleboro Tkeatre's antiFascist version of "The Merchant of Venice" that is coming to Brooklyn, is being done under the auspices of a group that includes Constance Morrow, sister of Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh. Over in Lakewood, N. J., they've renamed 13th Street, calling it Walter Winchell Road. Just for luck, we presume. %  Head of the Theme (World of Tomorrow) Committee of the New York World's Fair is Robert David Kohn, noted architect who was responsible for Manhattan's Temple Emanu-El. During his recent stay in New York, Max Reinhardt broke all precedents by getting up at the for him, unspeakably early hour of noon to visit the site where the Jewish Palestine Pavilion will stand in the World's Fair. Latest youngster to make a hit over the ether is 10-year-old Lenore de Koven, who's wowing them in children's parts in the "Five Star Final" program in which her father, Roger de Koven plays a prominent part Broadway is looking forward to a new play by Charlie MacArthur and Ben Hecht, and novelist Leane Zugsmith hopes that her first play will soon be produced. Film star Anita Louise and Buddy Adler are expected to team up befo- the year is over. Once Riimund von Hofmannsthal's divorce from the former Alice Astor is a fait accompli he plans to wed a titled Englishwoman. A group of New York artists recently thought they had discovered a new Mexican photographer, an artist in his field, named Oreva—only to learn that the photos they admired so greatly were the work of a 21-year-old home-tow n steno named Reva Freed. Which reminds us that the garage of Nathan P. Meyer of Manhattan doubles as an art gallery. Friends of Mrs. Rose Gershwin, mother of the late composer, are still getting autographed photos of George. She cuts his signatures from his old checks and pastes them on the pictures. New Dealers will be happy to learn that one of the Schecter brothers who wrecked the NRA now is plucking chickens at a nickel a carcass i n a Bronx meat market. FELIX FRANKFURTER w



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PAOE TWO THE JKWISH FLORIDIAK I • SISTERHOOD GIVES PLEDGE Beth Jacob Sisterhood pledged one hundred dollars to the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds at the regular meeting at which Mrs. B. H. London presided. • • • GIRL SCOUTS MEET Girl Scout Troop No. 10 now hold their meetings in the synagogue room of the new addition at the Evans Hotel through the courtesy of the management of &f he hotel. The troop, under the direction of Mrs. Gertrude Wolff, visiting Girl Scout Captain from New York City, is beginning on a community service project which consists of making dolls for a children's hospital. This project •will complete the troop's second class work. A fun and frolic meeting once a month was decided upon and the officers will be in charge of the first to be held. • • • JEWISH JUNIORS TO MEET The National Council of Jewish Juniors will hold their regular meeting Tuesday evening, January 17th at Beth Jacob Synagogue at' 9:00 o'clock. All members and friends are urged to be present as plans for the coming year will be discussed. • • • UNDERGOES OPERATION Mr. J. Louis Shochet underwent an operation for appendenctomy on Wednesday evening at the Victoria Hospital where he is now convalescing. • • • RABY IS BORN Mr. and Mrs. Leon Leavitt announce the birth of a baby daughter, Judith Marilyn, December 29 at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. Both mother and baby are doing nicely• • • BUSINESS-PROFESSIONAL GROUP MEET The Business and Professional Group of Miami Senior Hadassah met Thursday evening at the AnNell Hotel with Miss Beatrice Goldenblank presiding. The Refugee Ball to be sponsored by Miami Senior Hadassah on February 22nd at the Civic Center was announced and Mrs. Ben LeVine is in charge of the tickets in this group. Speakers of the evening included Mrs. Anna Brenner Mankes, advisor of the group; Mrs. S. H. Lutsky; Rev. C. Stanley Lowell of the Tamiami Temple and an article was given by Miss Goldenblank and Mrs. Leonard Beldner. A skit was presented by Mrs. Harry Markus. FBIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1939 as a part of the religious program of the A. Z. A., with members of the organization participating, it was announced by Oscar Rappaport, chairman. Plans are under way for a dance of which the proceed" will be given to Youth Aliyah. Details will be announced later. ONEG SHABBAT HELD At the Oneg Shabbat held last Saturday by the Study Group sponsored by Hadassah, in West Palm Beach at the home of Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Temple Israel was the guest speaker. Rabbi Zwitman was invited to be the speaker by the Speaker's Bureau of the Southeastern Region of Hadassah of which Mrs. S. H. Lutsky is the chairman. CONVENTION TO BE HELD Of considerable interest in the Southeastern Region of Hadassah is the expansion program which is taking place Within the last few weeks Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, president of the Region, announced that Columbia, S. C, has been oreanized and there are six other cities being prepared for organizations. The Southeastern Regional Conference will be held February 4th, 5th and 6th, in Atlanta, Ga. Very interesting plans are being prepared for the conference with Mrs. David Greenberg. a most attractive and outstanding personality and chairman of the National Youth Aliyah being the guest speaker. All local members and friends of Hadassah are urged to attend. Further details may be obtained by calling Mrs. Lutsky, president, or Mrs. Gertrude Ber lin, secretary of the Region. • • HOLD FORUM LECTURE In the Cypress Ballroom of the Hotel Evans the National Council of Jewish Women held their forum lecture and presented as their guest speaker. Dr. P. L. Dodge, eminent neurologist and psychiatrist. This was the first of a series of lectures to be held at the Hotel Evans at which the public is invited to attend. • • • GENERAL MEETING TO BE HELD The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will hold a general meeting Monday afternoon, January 16th at 2:00 p. m.. at the Alcazar Hotel. The board meeting to have been held preceding the regular meeting has been cancelled due to the Federation Drive. Mrs. T> J. Hartz, rummage chairman, requests contributions to the rummage store sponsored by the Auxiliary• • CERTIFICATES ARE AVAILABLE The Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah announces that the Palestine Pavilion certificates for the 1939 World's Fair at New York ea n be obtained from Hadassah members. All those desiring to go to the Fair are requested to communicate with local Hadassah members. INSTALLATION IS HELD The installation of officers of the Workmen's Circle was held at Beth David Talmud Torah Thursday evening, January 5th. Officers installed were Mr. Henry Seitlin, financial secretary; Mr. Morris Jacobs, recording secretary; Mr. Louis Marcus, hospitaler; Mr. David Gross, treasurer; Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Siegel, Mr. and Mrs. Boris Rifkind, Mr. Ben Silver, Mrs Morris Jacobs and Mr. Heertje David, board members Plans for educational and organizational work for the near future have been made. Mr. Benjamin Gabiner, assistant national secretary will be in Miami January 19th through January 23rd to conduct the organizational work. He will deliver an address at a mass meeting January 22nd at the Y. M. H. A., and will also install the newlv formed Young Circle League. Junior Order of the Workmen's Circle. FASHION SHOW TO BE GIVEN The fourth annual fashion and floor show sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women will be held Friday afternoon. February 3rd at the Royal Palm Club from 1:00 to 4:00 p. m., with Mrs. Nat Williams and Mrs. Albert Seiden, co-chairmen. Details of the event will be announced in next week's issue. • • &f FORUM HELD WEEKLY The National Council of Jewish Women sponsors a weekly Council Forum every Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the Hotel Evans. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • • WEDDING TAKES PLACE The marriage of Miss Sydell Rosenthal of New York to Seymour Gutin took place Tuesday evening at Joe's Broadway Delicatessen and Restaurant at Miami Beach. The couple left for a AMBULANCEJSERVICE GREATER MIAMI fcuUdh OxuuAal Uomt • '' EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH'' A FRIENDLY SYMPATHETIC SERVICE 710 S. W. 12th Avenue Phone 3-3431 Maternity Cases honeymoon trip to HavanaMr. Sidney Rabinovitz, uncle of Mr. Gutin, came by plane from Boston, Mass., to attend the wedding. Miss Roaenthal upon her marriage received a legacy. Mr. Gutin is manager of Joe's Broadway Delicatessen and Restaurant at Seventh Street, Miami Beach. • • • MONTHLY MEETING TO BE HELD Beth David Sisterhood will hold their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday afternoon, January 18 at 2:30 o'clock at the Talmud Torah. A board meeting will precede at 1:30 o'clock and a social hour will follow. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • &f FEDERAL AGENT TO SPEAK Mr. AC. Rutzen, special agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and in charge of the Miami office, will be the guest speaker at the cultural meeting sponsored by the Young Men's Hebrew Association Tuesday evening January 24th at 8:00 p. m All members and friends are invited to be present. • • • A. Z. A. ELECTS OFFICERS At the regular meeting of the A. Z. A., Junior B'nai B'rith, held last Monday evening officers for the coming term were elected. Those re-e'e ted were Teddy Pla t Aleph Godol (president); Danny Richter. Aleph S'gan (vice-president); Nathan Aronovitz, Aleph Gisbor (treasurer); Oscar Rappaport, Aleph Kohen Godol (chaplain) Others elected were Al Kasanof, Aleph Shotare Gadol, Aaron Goldstein, Aleph Shotare (savgeants-at-arms) and Gerald Elkin, Aleph Sopher (reporter.) Irving Ginsburg, Aleph Mazkir. (secretary) retained his elective two term office. Mr. Milton A. FriedmanDr. Harold Rand and Mr. Nathan Adelman were elected to the Advisory Board. A Friday evening service will be held January 20th at the Mi ami Jewish Orthodox Congregation HOTEL EVANS SPONSORS EVENTS Hotel Evans of Miami Beach will sponsor a ping-pong tournament to be held in the patio during the month of January at which time some of the most prominent and outstanding ping-pong champions of the North will be presented. All those interested in entering the tournament are requested to please register at the hotel. Monday evening, January ICth a Mah-Jong contest will be held in the cypress room for guc-U and their friends of Hotel Evans to be conducted by Miss Edna Chapman. Prizes will be awarded to the winners. • • • JUNIOR HADASSAH COMPLETES PLANS At the meeting of Junior Hadashah last Monday evening, plans were completed for the Officers' Ball to be held Sunday evening, January 22nd at 8:00 o'clock. A reception will be given by the officers and directors in honor of all members in good standing and their escorts at the home >f MM Harry Koretsky, 1552 Collins Ave' nue, Miami Beach, followed by dancing at Fassa's. A program (Continued on Page Six) now accepted at private sanitarium. Delivery, including hospitalization, only $ 6 0. Splendid care, good food. Licensed physician and registered nurse in charge. Sunshine Hospital UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT PHONE 4-6952 B. J. COLEMAN, M. D„D P. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wjewisti Florid!ian PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2978 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager 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 FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year $2.00 Six Months $1.00 FRIDAY, JANUARY 13. 1939 VOLUME 12. NUMBER 2 THE ZERO HOUR Fired with the Jewish spirit, inspired by true Jewish leadership, the campaign workers of Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds are advancing to conquer Intolerance, Persecution, Misery and Distress. Girded for battle, armed with the ammunition of Knowledge and Charity they have fought their way to the front line trenches. On their sides and behind the lines they have amassed the sum of $47,261 and before them lies the balance of $17,889 required to raise the 1939 quota of $65,150.00, and yet to be conquered. "Ehe Zero Hour approaches with four days yet to go. The balance of the money must and will be raised. Approximately twenty-four hundred Jewish residents of Miami are yet to be contacted and we cannot believe that the amount needed will not be raised from this number. Telegrams being received daily from other federated communities evidences the fact that American Jewry is looking to us to set the pace and standard for giving during the year 1939. As Miamians and as Jews we must bring glory to Southern Florida. Soon the whistle will blow. The campaign will be over. The Zero Irour will be passed, and we shall have gone over the top in glory and victory. The only casualties will be those who have refused to give. They will suffer the pangs of a conscience stricken man who has failed to do his duty as a Miamian. American citizen and as a Jew. THE Y. M. H. A. ** NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) CAVALCADE OF STARS TO BE HELD JANUARY 29th Wolfson and Meyers of the iet co Theatre enterprises through for the Y. very nob] ywhen they generously allowed the use of the Biscayne Plaza Theatre on the Beach for the Y. M. H. A. Fourth Annual Calvacade of Stars. Milton Friedman and his committee played a major part in closing this deal. The Biscayne Theatre has a seating capacity of approximately 1500 which promises to make this affair the most successful to date. Nick Kenny is getting his stars of stage, screen and radio lined up including that ever popular idol, Ted Lewis and his band of mirth. From last reports the date has been set for Sunday, January 29th. Price range of tickets will most likely be in line with previous years ranging from $1.00 to $10.00 The Governor's Club of the Y. M. H. A., is again playing the major part in the promotion of this gala event with Bill Shayno, Leo Robinson, Walter Jacobs and Al Pal lot the bigwigs. More data on the Calvacade of Stars will be known in time for next week's issue. Watch and wait. PROFESSOR QUIZZ NITE SUNDAY, JANUARY 15th The frist Piofessor Quizz night of the year 1939 will be held at the Y. clubrooms this Sunday, January 15th, starting at 8:30 p. m. This quizz will be quite different from any ever held. Everyone is cordially invited to attend and partake in the evening's fun. No trick questions to be solved. Come and join in the fun. Dancing will follow. Free to the public. B'NAI B'RITH BRIEFS BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL Sholem Lodge's membership "stag" smoker, plus refreshments, was a success howling and huge. The Atlantis roof was crowded beyond capacity—about 300 Brothers and prospective members jamming this attractice Miami Beach spot in a "Standing Room Only" fashion. The facilities were adequate enough, thereby contributing to the execution of a really swell program of outstanding entertainment. Ye BB's who personally answered the summons were agreeably surprised with some high class talent including apd featuring such stars as the famous NJck "tzu schwer tzu zein a Goi" Kenny, that grand charitable trouper, Broadway radio columnist, song writer, poet, humorist; Bob Hall, famous RKO circuit bowman whose performance of "rhymings," limerics, etc., had our good Brothers rocking with laughter—De Marcos, a splendid dancing trio; Bob Leers songs, accompanied by Earl Barr Hanson. Then Al Parker did a nice job of MCing after taking over the show from Nick Kenny. Gravityo, magi•iene extraordinary, with th" amazing Hands, practiced a novel form of the old art of juggelry by handling several balls of fire with perfect precision—before an audience with expressions of mingled emotions of pleasure and uneasiness. A business meeting preceded the program of entertainment and "eats"—presided over by the new Prez, Brother Al Pallot—yours truly relinquishing with pleasure his post of Recording Secretary to Brother Jack Abbott, and with best wishes for a term of transcribing—but without smoking: a movement is under way which will cause to be passed at the next B'nai B'rith Convention ,if it gains sufficient momentum in the "hot air" route—a resolution whereby "all Secretaries will be prohibited from smoking at Lodge meetings'' under penalty of impeachment. Fully fifteen minutes delayed the beginning of Nick Kenny's performance on account of a lengthy dissertation by one of our good Brothers o n the vitally important subject of "Secretary smoking." RABBI ZWITMAN SPEAKS SUNDAY, JANUARY 17th By popular demand Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will return to the Y. M. H. A., this Tuesday, January 17th to give his second in a series of talks entitled "History or Hysteria." Those of you who heard Rabbi Zwitman January 3rd. know what an impression he can make especially with the ladies. It Happened Before Today's Headlines in the Light of History BY PROF. LOUIS FINKELSTEIN None of the issues raised by the resurgence of arbitrary government in our time transcends in importance the question of woman's place in the modern world. Had totalitarianism done nothing more than to reverse the trend toward the emancipation of women and to drive them back into drudgery, we might have realized dangers which lurk in this new form of communal organization, without further investigation the It is a fundamental in the history of civilization that the place accorded woman in any community is a sure index to its spiritual development. The communities which have come under the influence of the Prophetic Tradition have tended to reconcile the principle of woman's freedom with that of the permanence of the home. Communities outside this influence have either permitted the home to dissolve or have reduced woma n to virtual serfdom. The failure of the pagan civilization to recognize woman as man's collaborator in the development of the spiritual life was most dramatically shown i n Athens, the center of ancient learning and philosophy. Great as were the achievements of the Greek philThe "Federation" drive began on January 8th—a concentrated ten day drive to end o n January 18th. Luncheons for workers are being held every day at Laura Jacobsen's—reports from Division Heads and Team Captains will be made daily. Wednesday the second of the daily luncheon meetings, reports disclosed approximately $40000 raised—a splendid beginning indeeed. The drive will definitely achieve its goal—Miami Jewry will respond and share our responsibility as American Jews. osophers in the search of truth, and of the Greek artists in the creation of beauty, Athens could not become the spiritual mentor if the worldIts failure to rise to spiritual heights is most clearly seen in its failure to grasp the true position of woman in the world. The wife of the Athenian citzen was brought up to be a drudge and was shut off from all social life. She was for all intents and purposes imprisoned in a harem. The free women of Athens, the socalled hetairoi, on the other hand were aliens and could never marry Athenian citizens. The greatest of the Athenians, even including such master minds as Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, thus developed great respect for the socially degraded, but intellectually developed hetairoi, and nothing but contempt for the uncultivated minds of the Athenian wives. A civilization whose greatest mind could rise only to such a limited conception of the place of womanhood i n the world could not save mankind from the abyss of barbarism. The light which was to illuminate the gloom of the middle ages had to come not from Grepk Philosophy, but from Judean Prophecy. The doctrine which was needed for the future of man kind had to rise above the enslavement of women and the reduction of all children to orphanage. It had to establish the dual principle, laid down in Genesis: first, "And God created man in His own image: hi the image n f God created He him: male -' female created He them;" • "id second. "Therefore shall a rm leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife, and they shall be one flesh"



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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN FRIDAY, JANUARY 13. 1939 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN MM Indian Creek Drlve-6-1265 530 N. E. 31t SI.-2-7754 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both oi the Rabbis will be In th Temple every morning. You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewls communlty. or y.ur pe> tonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held In strict confidence. Dinner will be served in the dining room from 7:30 to 9:00 p m., and a beautiful special augmented floor show will be presented at ip:00 o'clock. Because of the convenient arrangement which will make it possible for guests at our affair to have dinner served immediately upon their arrival, choice reservations may still be obtained by calling the chairman of the committee. A list of the telephone numbers follow: Mrs. Kleiman, 6-1663; Mrs. Nevins, 4-4166; Mrs. Orovitz, 2-5482; and Mrs. Rubin, 2-1450. CONGREGATIONAL '•Do not wthidraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. At the regular Friday evening services of January 13th, 1939, at 8:15 p. m., Dr. Jacob H. Kapan will talk on the subject "Democracy, a Cooperative Venture." Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will conduct the services. A reception for worshippers present will be tendered by the Sisterhood after the services. Hostesses are Mrs. Lewis Brown, Mrs. M. Lantz, Mrs. Ida Optner and Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer. THE CONGREGATION REJOICES Because of the arrival of Andrea Lynne Ruskin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ruskin. And because of the arrival of Sally Ann Berkeley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Berkeley. May these two daughters in Israel be a source of pride to their people, to our Temple, and particularly to their parents and grand-parents. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL "Even more important than the rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem is the teaching of children." —Talmud. FEDERATION WEEK The Assembly program of Sunday, January 15th, 1939, to be pre| sented by the Religious School at 11:30 o'clock in the Temple, will be dedicated to a promotion of the efforts of the Federation. The heads of the Junior Division of the Greater Miami Federation of \. Jewish Welfare Funds, Messrs. George Chertkof and Paul Barnett will be the principal speakers. The entire collection of the Religious School for the week will be contributed to the Federation Drive. At last week's assembly a program was devoted to Jewish music Rabbi Zwitman spoke on the development of Jewish music, em-1 phasizing the charcateristics of I pre-exilic, post-exilic and modern Jewish music The talk was illustrated by selections rendered by Rosemary Gerson, soprano soloist of the Temple Israel choir, Leah Krolick, violinist of Miami Univer. sity Symphony Orchestra, and Marion Freed, organist of the Religious School. The birthdays of Audrey Silvern, Billy Cohen, David Lewis and Isabel Levy were celebrated. SISTERHOOD "A woman who feareth the I-ord. she shall be praised."—Proverbs. ANNUAL AFFAIR SUNDAY AT HOLLYWOOD BEACH Mrs. Herbert Kleiman, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs. Max Orovitz and Mrs. Harry Rubin, co-chairmen of dinner dance, announce that all preparations have been made to make the affair at the Hollywood Beach Hotel the outstanding event of the season. This dinner dance to be held on Sunday evening, January 15th, 1939, will be the only function of its kind for the year, since our committee has been fortunate in securing the Hollywood Beach Hotel. .... Going to Dinner Tonight at the Hotel Evans with the Family! IX THE BEAUTIFUL SPANISH — — ROOM FULL COURSf DINNER $J50 SERVED FROM 6 TO 9 P. M. : L:.-. r v LAWS c?s r .~vrReservations Suggested Phone 5-4611 HOTEL EVANS Collin* Ave. a* Pth St MIAMI BEACH The Wm. PENN HOTEL DINING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC Serving SupsilatiTe Kosher Culsln* and Famous American Food Two Kllchuu to Conform to Dietary Lawn WM. ram TRIANGLE Tlh Al Wa.h. Pnn. Ar.i JACKSONVILLE NEWS Rabbi Benjamin Friedman of Syracuse, N. Y., was onr of the featured speakers last Sunday night at a mass meeting of Jacksonville Jewry in the Jewish Center. The other speaker was German-born Dr. Joachim Prinz, orator, writer and scholar. The regular monthly meeting of Senior Hadassah was held last Wednesday afternoon in the Jewish Center, with Mrs. D. H. Lasarow, presiding. Following the business session, Mrs. Isidore Moscovitz presented the program for the afternoon which included two speakers, Mrs. M. D. Margolis and Mrs. Nathan DwoskinRefreshments were served during the social hour by the hostesses, Mrs. N. H. Shortstein, Mrs. Max Eskin and Mrs. J. Bartley. the city, has been appointed dele, gate to attend the biennial convention of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations which w >l meet January 15 through January 19th in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mrs. Israel L. Kaplan, as president of the Temple Sisterhood of Plans for the coming year will be discussed and officers installed at the annual banquet of the Jewish Social Security Club Sunday night, January 15, in the Work. men's Circle Hall. The following officers who were elected to office during the past week will be installed: Samuel Goldblatt. president; Samuel Schevitz, vice president; Max Bloom treasurer; Ben Nelson, recording secretary; board of trustees, the Rev. M. Srtfer Samuel Lazarus, L. Cohen, I. Davoskin and the Rev. B. FiniWhy Suffer Longer Than Necessary? Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills Relieve Quickly DR. MILES ANTI PAIN PILLS were made for just one purpose—to relieve pain. Users write that they "work like magic*'. They contain an effective, quick-acting, analgesic —pain reliever. Try Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills before you lose a day's work— and pay—or break a social engagement because of HEADACHE. MUSCULAR, PERIODIC, OR NEURALGIC PAINS. They may be just what you need to relieve your pain and At your Drug Store. put you back on your feet again "rarin' to go". DR MILES ANTI PAIN PILLS act quickly. You don't have to wait forty minutes to an hour for them to take effect as is the case with many analgesics. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 13. 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE Strictly Confidential By PHINEAS J. BIRON GOEBBEL'S GAB Walter Winchell, who scooped America on the affair between Barberocrat Goebbels & Lita Barova, got his advance information from a German Aryan cinema director visiting this country. It seems that the affair was common gossip throughout Berlin for many months. Thus, for instance, when Lida, in a recent film, had to say, as part of her role, "I'll go to the doctor and get some money," everybody in the first-night audience guffawed loudly, because Goebbels is known as "the doctor" to the German people. The picture was immediately withdrawn, and has never been shown again in Naziland. You remember, of course, that we told you some weeks ago that Goebbels was on his way out. And you realize that if he hadn't lost favor with the powers that be his highly protected personality could never have been subjected to that horse-whipping. Don't think it's an accident that the beginning of the end for the little doctor came during film queen Leni Riefenstahl's absence from Hitlerland. Leni has had it in for Joe Paul ever since the time he broke up a party by accusing her of non-Aryanism, but the Nazarina of the films, after doing the snade work in the undermining of Goebbels, decided it would look better and less like the climax of a personal grudge, if she weren't on the scene when it would become obvious to everybody that he's on the skids. Incidentally, New York will soon have a chance to see just what type of beauty Gabby falls for. Billy Rose, diminutive impresario, is hoping to have Gitta Alpar, one of Goebbels* ex-flames, in the "Refugee Revue" he's putting on in the Casa Manana late this month. YOU SHOULD KNOW The New Year's gift Dr Stephen S, Wise treasures most is a collation of F. D. R.'s published Mate papers, sent to him by the President with a most affectionate inscription. David Ben Gurion'l visit to America is -hrouded in mystery. Unless it h t something to do with the post ponod Arab-Jewish round-table 'reference in I,ondon. Don't h surnrised, by the way, if Dr. Wise, I-ouis Lipsky and Dr. Solo. mon Goldman are drafted to attend that conference next month. • March of progress note: A new auto road connecting the Jerusalem-Jericho road with the Dead Sea has just been completed : Palestine. In the Riverside Drive Apartment of Shalom Asch, •• %  hose new 800-page novel on '"stis is nearing completion (with Maurice Samuel doing the Englliah version,) you can see one of the rarest collections of Chanuka limps and other Jewish ceremonial objects i n captivity. Tip for Zionists: Next time somebody tries to persuade you that Tanganyika is better for the Jewish refugees than Palestine because Mussolini won't try to muscle in On that East African territory, just point out that this very Tan. canyika controls the British ship EDNA'S BEAUTY SALON 2272 S. W. 8th STREET Specializing in Shelton and Zetos Permanent Waves. Parker Herbey Scalp Treatments. PHONE 4-4912 lanes from the Cape to the Indian Ocean, and therefore also can become a bone of serious imperialist contention. FORECASTS Our favorite astrologer claims that if the other nations stand up to Hitler 1939 will see his end. But that if resistance to him isn't great enough, next March will be the blackest time of modern history. The Quakers believe they are approaching a solution of the refugee problem, but Dorothy Thompson, to whose political wisdom we always bow, prophesies that no large-scale solution will be found for it this year. If Neville Chamberlain goes to Naziland again in the near future he'll be anything but appeased by the sight of the fancy anti.British nosters that now are embellishing shop windows in the Reich. You can expect France to expel her refugees before long if Dataller remains i n power. Perhaps Fascism wouldn't make such great strides in so many countries if somebody would take the trouble to explain to the public that the Fascist and Nazi salute dates from Roman antiquity, when—as now—it was the sign of the slave •rreeting his master. Charlie Oiaplin hopes to have his "Dictator" film ready during 1939, but isn't promising anything. TRUE STORIES A couple of years ago, when the Havara arrangement with Palestine was initiated, a certain German Jew conve\-ted his sizable fortune into goods and emigrated to Palestine. The Yishub, always anxious to help a refugee, bought his goods, and pretty soon the gent i n question had his money back. So he took a boat for France, and settled down in a Riviera hotel to await developments. ... Pretty soon his reading of the financial pages convinced him that business was booming in Germany. So he packed his trunk and went back to Berlin, bank account and all, to make hay while the Nazi sun shone. The pay-off is that now he has had to sell his new—and flourishing— business in order to raise the dough to pay his allotted share of the $100,000,000 payment recently extorted from the Jews of Naziland. Then there's the occurrence that took place at a recent broadcast in New York, made in connection with a plea for aid for German Jewish refugees. One of the speakers remarked that after all Germany isn't the greatest air power of the world. Whereupon a bona fide refugee in the broadcasting room grew so volubly indignant that attendants had to hustle him out, lest he break up the program. FAMOUS DOGS FEATURED AT FLAGLER TRACK was the week-end guest of Miss Tobias Rothblatt. Frank Jones, one of the more famous greyhound racing owners in the country today, has a trio •of My Laddie pups which are going to be sensations at West Flagler Kennel Club before this 193839 meeting is over. They are Boston Harbor, Boston i Laddie and Boston Buddy, son of the immortal My Laddie out of Make Up. At this present day, Boston Harbor appears just a shade better of the trio. He has worlds of early footing and already can run with the best of them over the middle distance futurtiy course. The trio of Boston greyhounds are September dogs of 1936. Besides the Bosto n dogs there are a number of other fine pups now racing at the picturesque Flagler oval. West Flagler, namesake of the West Flagler Kennel Club and champion of the Pacific Coast, is a pup by the once famous Lucky Roll. This speed demon is now racing in the Flagler "Hot Box" against many of the nation's greyhound champions. An H. S.. D. Club was organized here last week. The officers are: president, Miss Rite Okun; vice president, Miss Lillian Gordon; recording secretary, Miss Evelyn Heller; reporter. Miss Tobias Rothblatt; sargeant-atarms, Miss Gerry Cohen. The social committee: Lillian Gordon, chairman; Evelyn Heller, Gerry Cohen. Miss Evelyn Weber of Tampa, is an honorary member. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Trager, was Bar Mitzvah Friday evening at Temple Beth El with Rabbi Pizer W. Jacobs officiating. Mr. David Rothblatt was host to his brother, Louis Rothblatt, of El Paso, Texas, during his visit with his father and sister, Mr. Abraham Rothblatt and Mrs. Ethel Hankin, respectively. Robert Rosen, of Asheville, N. C, was the guest of Leon Young during the holidays. The Young Judeans entertained with a hay ride New Year's Day. The members went to Indian Rocks and the Gulf Beaches. A weiner roast was held in the evening and dancing was enjoyed. Guests were the Misses Evelyn Weber, Dorothy Rosenfarb, of Tampa and Mr. Robert Rosen, of Asheville, N. C. The A. Z. Aheld their regular meeting Wednesday evening at the Temple Beth El. After the meeting refreshments were served. Guest was Samuel Weber of Tampa. And another dog which may be mentioned is Larry (A. P.) Rollins, a little brother of West Flagler. This brindle so n of Lucky Roll has plenty of class and will be heard from aplenty before the present West Fagler meeting comes to a close. Rip a Rarin' a greyhound which holds four championships, is going strong again this season. Rip is is in the thick of the "hot box" contention, along with West Flagler, Fence Guard, that sensational Red Whisk pup; On The Nose, Ledmore, the Boston greyhounds and the many other champions now kenneled at Flagler. The dogs have been running for nearly three weeks now and are stepping at high speed. Throngs are attending the races nightly. St. Petersburg Buddy Sweet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sweet, spent the holidays with his parents. He was 'accompanied by his grand-parents. Mr. and Mrs. David Sweet, and his uncle, Mr. Benjamin Sweet, of Madison, Wisconsin. The newly elected officers of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth El are: Mrs. Pizer W. Jacobs, president; Mrs. Jacob Van Straaten, vice president; Mr.s Louis Maring, recording secretary; Mrs. Rose Goodkind. corresponding secretary and Mrs. Lee Higher, treasurer. The newly installed officers of the Jewish Youth Council are: president, Mr. Arnold Argintar; vice-president, Miss Mildred Carroll; Secretary, Miss Hazel Abrams; treasurer, Mr. Harry Cypen. Dr. Joachim Prinz, considered (Continued on Page Eight) Coming from Gainesville to spend the holidays with their par. ents were: Arnold Jacobs, Bernard Fuchs and Raymond Fienberg. Miss Annabel Jacobs has just returned home from an extended stay in New York City and Bayone, N. J. Master Melvin Trager, son of V Serving V Florida's Finest American-Jewish Dinner" SI REGIS RESTAURANT 44 6 COLLlNf AVC AAIA/AI OEACH Ifct \\\itvg ^USA |SLE ** ** ^. fc Alligator Wrestling Every Hour N. W. 25th Ave. and 16th St. IN THE TRADING POST Indian Dolls Baskets Moccasins Rugs Blankets Alligator Bags — Blankets OPEN TO VISITORS 9:00 A. M—6:00 P. 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. ... PAGE SIX CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) at 7:30 Pm., Dr. Wolf son will speak on the Sun nd the Planets. All are welcome. 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi—497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 •+ YOUNG JUDEA TO CONDUCT SERVICES The Stephen S. Wise Young Judea wiU be i n charge of the Late Friday evening services of the Beth David Congregation tonight. This is an annual affair of. the Miami Young Judea Club. The purpose of having the mem bers of the local Young Judea Club take charge of the services is to acquaint the adults of the fact that there is a very activo >ou'.g Judea gf.*P within our (<>n 'nunity. Participating in the servios will be Harold Shapiro, president; Betty Kirshenbaum, Stanley Tinter, Pearl Stein, Adeie Sootin, Alvir Schwartz, Hei.y Mendell, David Jacobs, Seymour Hink-s. Sunshine Fagrfi. Ester Arglntar and Edith Shier Speakers of the evening include Harold Shapiro, president of Young Judea aid Mr. Sidney Sega'l, president H .he Greater Miana Zion : st Ms All parents, fronds and children are urged to attend these services. A soral hour will fol '. the service in the auditor,:ni of the Talm-w Torah. The services will start promptly at 8:15 in the eveningSOCIETY (Continued from Page Two) will be presented with Mrs. Edward S. Roth in charge. Assisting her will be Miss Evelyn Rhine stein. Miss Mdlly Breskin. Miss Rita Pearlman, Miss Nellie Shaff, Miss Ruthye Bernstein and Mrs. William Berson. Mise Ruth Polster was appointet chairman of the annual donor's dinner to be held in April and Mrs. Edward Irwin Krick as cultural chairman to succeed Mrs. Edward Barmen. A new project, Youth Aliyah, has been added to the works now supported by Junior Hadassah and Mrs. Aaron Farr was appointed as chairman for the Junior unit. In line with the addition of the new project. Mrs. Max Dobrin who is Youth Aliyah chairman for Senior Hadassah in Miami, was the guest • • • SPINOZA GROUP CONTINUES "The Golden Era o fthe Modera Jews" was the topic of Dr. Abraham Wolfson's address before the Spinoza Group last Saturday afternoon. It was the largest gathering of the season that congregated on the lawn of Frances K. Powell. 1059 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, to listen to the opera broadcast coming from the Metropolitan Opera House in New York and hear Dr. Wolfson's usual Saturday afternoon lecture. The discussion after the address was lively. Dr. I. Carli n and Mr. A. Tepper leading in the discus, sion. Tuesday evening from 7:30 to 9:30 the Group met, also to discuss anti-Semitism and what can he done about it. Dr. Carli n gave the Marxian cure and Dr. Wolfson gave Zionism as the cure for anti-Semitism. Some agreed with Dr. Carlin but a greater number followed Dr. Wolfson. Next Saturday the Group will meet again on the lawn of Frances K. Powell. 1059 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, from 2:00 to 5:00 o'clock to listen to the first half of the opera. At 3:30 o'clock the music will be turned of fand Dr. Wolfson will speak on Solomon ibn Gabirol: Poet and Philosopher. Tuesday evening. January 14th Bernadine Roth, 15, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth, 337 N. E28th Sereet, was nemed Druni Major of ehe new Drum and Bugle Cosps of the Sons and Daughters Outpost, Jewish War Veterans Nat Wainer, musir irertor of tne group announced this week. Other members tf the Corps are Buglers Herbert Lazarus. Mitchell Goldman, Maxwell Moss, Leon Wainer, Marvin Ante. Walter Rawlson, William Baros, Jr., KosMla Kline, Marcia Sable, Herschel Rosenthal. Evans Bards. Stanley Roth. Ivan Wainer and William Schiff Drummers Lila Sable, Gilbert Kraft, Sara Rose Schwartz Elmer Oliphant, Norman Bruce Brown, Albert Kahn and Henry Weiss, Bells, Theda Lazarus and Cymbals, Harriet Goldman and ^ette Ann Brown. The Sons and Daoghters Ootn OSt of the Freda Markowitz Post No. 174, was organized last Thursday night at the Y. MH. A. clubrooms, when Herbert Charles Lazarus was elected Commander; Mitchell Goldman. Vice-Commanler; Bernadine A. Roth. Adjutant; Harriet Goldman. Quartermaster; Thelma Burger. Officer of the Day; Manuel Moss, Chaplain; Marvin Apte and Hubert Ornstein co-sargeants-at-arms. Last Tuesday Outpost officers were introduced at the regular meeting of the Freda Markowitz Post held at the Harvey Seeds Post, American Legion Home. Barney H. Kraft and Ix>uis Auerbach of the Freda Markowitz Post have bee n named honorary commanders of the Junior organization. VISITS IN MIAMI Mrs. J. C. Levy of Chicago Heights, 111-, is visiting in Miami as the house guest of Mr^ and Mrs. H. H. Miller, 1136 S. W. 5th StreetVISITS IN MIAMI BEACH Rabbi Mendel Laks of Radum, Poland, and dean of the world famous Yeshiva of the same town is visiting in Miami Beach at the Hotel Abrams accompanied by Rabbi Isaac Grozalsky of Jerusalem Palestine. Rabbi Laks is the successor to the revered Chaftez Chaim who i n his time was when he died at the age of one Orthodox Jewry's leader and who hundred years old had been Dean of the Rabbinical Seminary at VISITS HERE Mrs. Bertha Pomerantz of New York is visiting in Miami for the winter seaso n with her daughter, Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum, her sisters, Mrs. Ida Buckstein ond Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum. • • • Radum for seventy-two years. Rabbi Grozalsky who accompanied the distinguished guest has been known in Palestine for the country's outstanding orator. These guests will be honored at a public reception tendered to them Saturday afternoon at 3:30 p. m., in the Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach. They will be greeted by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Mr. M. B. Frank, president of the Congregation. FRIDAY, JANUARY 13. 1939 PURIM DANCE TO BE GIVEN The Beth David Sisterhood will hold their annual Purim Dance on Sunday, February 14th with Mrs. J. Engler in charge of arrange ments. All those desiring to attend are requested to communicate with Mrs. Engler. Details will be announced later. Young Jewish Man, of fine character, permanent Miami resident, desires correspon. dence with Jewish young girl. Write A. GROSSE, 259 N. E. Third Street, Miami. PIERRE FINE CUSTOM TAILORING PIERRE A. VACCA For 15 years we have Mired a large and discriminating Carefully selected Import! I tabrics, Including English doeskin, 1140 LINCOLN ROAD Phone 5-3812 Miami Beach .—.^ Wm. Morrow PAINTING-DECORATING WATERPROOFING { We will gladly go over your house. | and give you a very reasonable et> timate without obligation. Results | guaranteed. PHONE 2-7973 I HONEYMOON HERE Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle of Roumania arc honeymooning in Miami and the United States. 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FRIDAY, JANUABY 13, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESChELOFF, Rabbi MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor ('.:;:> Michigan Avenue Phone 5-1328 710 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 5.2013 T Our Sports World FRIDAY EVENING SERVICE "Fundamentals of Society" will be the subject of the lecture this Friday night by Rabbi M. Mescheloff. The service begins at 8:15 Cantor M. Mamches will lead in the singing. "Upholding the Jewish name" will be the theme of the Saturday morning sermon by the Rabbi. At Shalosh Soodoss he will speak on •The Portion of the Wek." FEDERATION NEWS Our Synagogue team has, we i-nderstand, gone well over the top. Our Sisterhood at its last meeting voted $100.00 towards the Federation. They hope this will be a precedent and inspiration to the other Sisterhoods of Greater Miami to contribute their share to save the lives of our fellow Jews in Europe and elsewhere. In response to the appeal made by Mr. Paul Barnett, president of the local chapter of the National Council of Jewish Juniors, the income of the Sunday sessions next Sunday morning will be given to the Federation. Our Sisterhood will conduct Its .-.nnual card party at the Floridian Hotel on Monday, January 23rd. Prizes and refreshments will be given aplenty. For reservations call any of the Sisterhood officers or Board members. Let us see whether we cannot make back four times over what we have contrib. "ted from our treasury to the Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds. PURIM BALL Tickets for the tenth annual Pnrim Ball of our congregation are already on sale at the synagogue. The Purim Ball will be held Sifhday evening, March 5th— Purim Day—at the Floridian Hotel. A large, professional entertainment is arranged. Those who attended the last year's Ball, know what to expect. Buy your tickets now, and tell your friends. The proceeds go to meet the budget of our Synagogue-Hebrew SchoolTenter. RADIO HOUR This Sunday afternoon at 3:00 c'.lock over Station WIOD Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the subject "Reconstruction." Can tor Mamches will sing. Tune in reg. ularly Sunday afternoons at 3:00 to hear the weekly broadcasts of the Rabbinic Association of Great" er Miami. We hope youll be listening. HEBREW SCHOOL Owing to the very large registration in our Hebrew School up to date, at a meeting of the faculty held last Sunday afternoon, it was decided to divide the largest classes into two sections to permit of greater attention to each individual child by the teachers Classes are conducted from 3:30 to 7:00 each day. Children between the ages of 6 and 14 are accepted. To enroll your child bring him to the Talmud Torah building any week day afternoon at 4:00 o'clock. Sunday Sessions attendance is exceptional. The largest class is that of Miss Simerick. Children between the ages of five and seventeen are eligible. To enroll in the Sunday Sessions, bring your hild to the Talmud Torah office at 9:45 Sunday morning. Three poems of his own composition were recited at the Sunday morning assembly by our school poet, Harold Herman. Rema Sou Pickus recited "A Child's Prayer;" Natalie Olshen "A Mortifying Mistake!" In preparation for Chamisho Os sor, our children will be taught Chamisho Ossor (Jewish Arbor Day) songs next Sunday morning. Plans for the Purim Entertainment by our school will be published shortly. All the money brought by children to next Sunday's morning sessions will be giv"n to the Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds. MINMONAIRES The first weekday meeting of our Minnionaires was held Wed. nesday evening at the synagogue. Organization plans were diSCUBMinnionaires will meet for their sed; temporary officers were elregular Sunday morning service at 9:00 o'clock. All boys between t'-ic ages of 13 and 18 are invited to come to this minyan and join .he organization. "Mad Marshall" Goldberg will continue as Jewry's outstanding athlete through 1939, at least. "Biggie," who has been a Jewish Ail-American for three years and unanimous choice of the nation for the past two, will play professional football with the Chicago Cardinals next year. He probably will be the country's outstanding footballer in 1939. We bring you this cheerful bit of earful from a source o secretive we don't even know it ourselves. But Mad Marshall will be back on the sport scene next year Goldberg wants to play pro football. The Cardinals want him. Chicago fans want him. Only the matter of a few dollars— maybe a few thousands, but what do we care about money ? stand between Goldberg and his pro grid contract. This will be settled sometime before the Cardinals start their fall training next August. Goldberg will be playing under one of the finest coaches in the game—Ernie Nevers. the former Stanford All-American, who knows a few fullbacking tricks himself. He was signed to take over the Chicago team just a few weeks ago. Already he is elated at the prospect of coaching "Biggie." whom he will use at left halfback, where Goldberg glittered (all that glitters is Goldberg!) two years ago. Marshall at present is a member of the East All-Stars, who played the Western All-Stars in San Francisco last January 2nd. in the annual Shrine benefit game. Sid Roth Cornell's All-American guard and a member of four Jewish AllAmerican team, is also a member of the squad. Roth was drafted r GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION n i r 1Q10 ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM Y li. D-JLolZ 515 WASHINGTON AVENUE FOR ELECTRICAL WORK OF ANY KIND CALL R. E. LOWRY ELECTRIC CO. CONTRACTORS 2103 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.—CORAL GABLES PHONE 4-1601 1939 AUTO TAGS OUR MAIN OFFICE, 700 INGRAHAM BLDG., PH. 2-8473 Bartholomew Standard Station, 870 W. Flagkr St. Ingman Motor Co., 1864 S. W. 8th Street Reboio Service Station, 3198 S. W. 8th Street Wilke's Service Station, 79th and Miami Ave. ROBERT H. COOK INCORPORATED Licensed and Bonded Tax Collection Agents HABANOTH Mrs. Herbert S. Goldstein, natected and committees chosen. Our ional president of the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Congregations of Amercia. expressed her enthusiasm over the plan; of our Habanoth to purchase Hal) anoth sweaters for the members of the organization. She hopes that this idea may be accepted by Habanoth clubs throughout the country, and that the National Habanoth uniform will be patterni ed on our model. Phins for a Purim Entertainment were discussed at the last meeting. A report was rendered by the project committee on the progress that had been made toward the purchase of a beautiful "Ner Tomid," a perpetual light, to be placed above the new Aron Kodesh—which the Habanoth has decided to give as this year's contribution to our synagogue. Two new members were taken into the organization. Girls between the ages of 12 and 15 are welcomed into the group. The next meeting of the Habanoth will be held at the home of their sponsor, Mrs. M. Mescheloff, next Monday evening at 7:00 o'clock. HOME MILK j SOUR CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE j YOU WILL LIKE THEM ALL Products of Home Milk Producer's Assn. 769 N. W. 18th Terrace Phonce 2 7696 The President Speaks For America by the pro-footballers, too, but may not play ALSO OUTSTANDING With Goldberg drafted by the Cardinals and Sid Luckman, the gem of Columbia, by the Bears. Chicago will have the two brightest Jewish stars in pro football. Sid was drawn by Pittsburgh, wh( had a prior agreement to tur n him over to the Bears in a deal that sent Eggs Manske to Pittsburgh Luckman, eastern critics hold is one of the grandest gents in football. Unfortunately, his Columbia mates weren't such hot tamales o nthe gridiron. Sid, sail' one football writer, is as good as Goldberg. He's just as a#o assume a larger share of the responsibilities which fall to a great and powerful nation. The American people have watched the totalitarian threat mounting against the sky and are prepared for decisive measures, without truolence and without bluster, by arming for action wherever and whenever action may be necessary. and I can't see how the other seven clubs waived o n me." Phil has taken his case to Commissioner Landis, and is awaiting a decision. Last year. Landis ruled that the Cardinals, i n a similar case, could not send Pitcher Roy Henshaw to the minors. Off that decision, Weintraub figures to remain in the big time. 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I FAGE EIGHT TTTIE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN FRIDAY, JANUABY 13 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 are being made for the formation of a new beginner's class to start on February 1st. The Sunday School is making considerable progress and term examinations are scheduled for the Sundays of January 22nd and 29th. BUILDING FROM WITHIN Never before in the history of American Israel was the time so auspicious and the circumstances so compelling, as in our day for religious recredecence and for spiritual reawakeningOur children are reminded of their Jewishness with its imminent martyrdom and glory wherever they turn. The newspaper and the radio and of late even the screen fairly abound with news of Jewish signfr ficance. Ours therefore is the tasjd and responsibility to ifob* them with loyalty and pride, ft inculcate them with the enthusiasm that comes with inspired religion. Let our chiKfre n learn the beauty and meaning of our faith, lest they be victims of the delusion that Judaism is synonomous with suffering alone. In this stupendous enterprise we find our religious school the best and most efficient medium. On last Sunday our children were taught the laws and Brocho of lighting candles on Friday eve. We trust that many of our girls, nay even the boys, brought that instruction home to their mothers and many a Jewish home which heretofore was darkened on Sabbath eve because of the ignorance and indifference of our elders will now once more shine forth with the glory and the beauty of our faith. Thus shall we behold the words of Isiah come true: "Arise and shine for thee thy light has come And the glory of the Lord is risen upon thee." RELIGIOUS FORUM The Friday evening religious forum will be dedicated entirely on this coming Friday evening, January 13th to the problems and purposes of the Miami Jewish Federation. Rabbi Kellner will speak on the subject: "The Halfway Mark." A discussion will be held after the lecture and congregational songs will be led by the boys of the Hebrew School. After the discussion refreshments are served by a committee from the Ladies Auxiliary in charge of Mrs. Kagan. Another important feature of these religious forums is the fact that they are of exactly one hour's duration, from 8:30 to 9:30. HABANOTH NOTES A combined meeting of the three Habanoth units will be held in the synagogue on Tuesday, January 17th at 3:45 p. m. Mr. Charles Rosenthal will be the guest speaker and will address the meeting on the subject "Ours Is the Task." The purpose of the joint meeting is to decide on the program which the three units will present on Sunday night, March 12th. This promises to be a most ambitious and promising venture and we respectfully urge our many friends to reserve the evening for this purpose. NEW SYNAGOGUE GROUP IS FORMED A Chevrah Thilim was formed under the sponsorship of Rabbi Kellner and a committee of men from the ranks of local daily worshippers. The purpose of the new group include the fostering of the study of the Psalms and their recitations, the purchase of a new SforA. for the synagogue and charity for needy people. A public function for the installation of officers will be held shortly St. Petersburg (Continued from Page It... one of the most distinguished younger Rabbis of present-day Germany, will be the principal speaker for installation of B'nai B'rith Lodge officers at Congregation B'nai Israel. The officers to be installed by Morris S. Uman, Tampa District Grand Lodge No. 5 representative include: M. Alan Friedman, president; Arnold Argintar, vice-president; Abraham Sierkese, treasurer; Harry Cypen, REFUO SHLEMO We pray for the speedy recovery of Mr. D. Simon and Miss Margaret Kaplan both victims of automobile accidents. We rejoice to know that they left the hospital and that both are on the road to complete recovery. LADIES AUXILIARY A regular meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 17th in the synagogue when reports will be rendered by the standing committees and assignments will be made for the three forthcoming major functions. The package party on January 22nd, the Purim Ball on February 15th and the dinner on March 19th. RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS The Hebrew School classes are conducted daily from 3:30 until 6:30 o'clock and arrangements THE ASTOR HOTEL Washington at Tenth Street Miami Beach Announce* the Opening of 1U NEW STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM American and European Plan For Rates and Information Consult M. ROSNER, Manager TfM.K A Tttl ti, HAVAKA tu WOLPERT'S FURNITURE BARGAINS! \. Ke!us% To Be tfudetsold" 1S5 W FLAGLER ST. PhONF 3-4132 S.S. FLORIDA S.S.EVANGELINE from MIAMI Sil.n) EVERY DAV KCOt SUNDAY 7 p. m. from MUNICIPAL PIER N*. t mi I. I. Illl SI. itcmaiac mill III If HTM II III CMM1UM • Fll lilnaitlii. TicWs HI Rjw.mti lm.1111 f.E.C. Riilmf Tastt ftM %  *n %  • %  Mini Trinl ft**. %  PaO TICKET OFFICE t09 S. E. Fir* Sfc.rt MIAMI. FLORIDA T.Wpko* 1.4O50 KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN Now Obtainable Everywhere in Florida financial secretary; Frank Kle.nfeld, recording secretary; Rabbi Pizer W. Jacobs, monitor; Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld, assistant monitor; Harry Herman, guardian; Louis Bishop, warden and Max Daxis, David Rothblatt and Sam Treager. The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society held a plate lunch and card party. The hostesses were Mrs. Stella Goodberg, Mrs. LGrossman, Mrs. A. Sierkese, Mrs. B. Reyner. They were assisted by President Mrs. Clara Williams DENTIST DR. R. S. AKERS DR. H. L. ANDERSON DR. R. WILLIAMSON CLOSED SATURDAY Open Evenings by Appointment! Ph. 2-2131 1764 N. W. 36th St.! Mr. and Mrs. Jack Terel who were married i n Tampa Saturday evening by Rabbi Burger were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Rothblatt. *£*• o< v The Road to Health! Vitamin Restaurant 318 Collins Ave.—Miami Beach j Food Scientifically Prepared served by I. ALTMAN & JEAN LEE New York Dietitians %  + JHE(yteOWOF CREAM SOUP. r~v *K*"I HEINZ makes 7 MILCHIC (0) Cream Soups, which are a temptation to any appetite! Made in small batches, as YOU would prepare them. Rich cream, table butter, choice spices, Heinz "aristocrat" tomatoes or other vegetables that are the pick of the garden these are the ingredients used. *tV ( Rich cream thicker than \ 1 whipping cream is used f \ in the / ( 7MILCHIG(Q)SOUPS ) HEINZ CREAM Of TOMATO SOUP HEINZ CREAM Of MUSHROOM SOUP HEINZ CREAM OF ASPARAGUS SOUP HEINZ CREAM OP OREEN PEA SOUP HEINZ CREAM OF CELERY SOUP HEINZ CREAM OF SPINACH SOUP HEINZ CORN CHOWDER All approved by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. ~f/si^ FOODS $ Established on Miami Beach in 1924 INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED at the mot modern, beautiful and completely eolooed United State*. Physle Therapy Clinic In the THE FLORIDA HEALTH CLINIC stands today as a monument to phenomenal progress* In the world of healing rt "d •?^JL M i* n Is lustlv proud of It* contribution to the progress of this grest city. For the pa" rou "~" > !" r' the Florida Health Clinic has not only kept tep with the time* but always Just a little snea JI We are Proud to Announce the Opening of The New Florida Health Clinic in Itt Own New Building Opposite the Lincoln Theatre The policv and the fee* of the Florida Health Clln 1c will remain the same at during the pa*t fourteen years, during which time neither have Chang ed In any respect. ,#.„. iih. Ran** For the benefit of our patients in the Roney Plata *ectlon our Branch Office in tne noner Plaza Hotel will continue as In the past. WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION The following department* are completely equipped in every r**peet: F.LECTRO.CARDIOGRAPHY: Equipped with the latest and only Electro-Cardiograph ofJIU WjJ* the Stste of Florida. It has no galvanometer, or -trine-s n In other imrhtnes which otten distortions, breakages, etc. For the accurate dlag ol* of all heart ailment*. ULTRA-PANDORAS: Equipped with Pltra Pand-ras short wave, ultra short wave and iUperl w.iye. equipment as used in the larger European hospitals and Clinic*, and I* the onl> mouei this tvne In every respect In the I'nlted States. .......1, !" nf VITAMINASCOPY: Equipped with Vltlmascope. lb" latest scientific Invention for the dete.non Vitamin deficiency. IRRIGATION: Major and Minor Colonlc Irrigation features In equipment Invented by and used jluslvelv in this Clinic. For all form* of Irrigation. Medication and Bacillus Implantation. RADIOORAPHIC. X-RAY AND FLUOROSCOPIC LABORATORY: Completely equipped l.i,.., Westinshouse X-Ray and Fluoroacnpic Cnits for the Radiography and Fluoroscopy of BOi w Hard Tlasu**. Barium Meals, Bismuth Enemata. <-tc. ELECTRO AND MANIPULATIVE SURGICAL: For the Bloodless and Painless djMtnl Tonsil*. He—orrl-.olds. Cysts. Carbuncles. Bolls, External Cancer. Moles. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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VOLUME 12.NUMBER2.
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 13. 1939
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Federation Nearing Goal As
End of Campaign Approaches
WORKERS REPORT $47,261
RAISED FIRST FOUR
DAYS OF CAMPAIGN
Enthused by an inspired talk
delivered by Rabbi Jonah B. Wise
at the opening Campaign Dinner
held at Hotel Evans last Saturday,
January 7th, more than three hun-
dred volunteer workers began the
solicitation of funds for the Great-
er Miami Federation of Jewish
Welfare Funds.
The workers during the week
attended daily workers' luncheons
at Laura Jacobson's restaurant in
the Urmey Hotel, and at the
luncheon held Thursday, January
11th, reported a total of $47,261
raised during the first four days
of the campaign.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, general
campaign chairman, in addressing
the workers at the Thursday lun-
cheon stated that only 1138 out
of a total prospect list of 3,561
had been covered to date and that
with continuad enthusiasm and
preservance the balance of the
money needed to go over the top
would be raised from the remain-
ing prospect* yet to be contacted.
D. J. Apte reported in behalf of
the Special Gift Committee advis-
ing the fathering that the com-
mietee was meeeing with a fine
response and that not one member
would cease his efforts until the
quota has been attained.
The campaign closes on Wed-
nesday, January 18th, on which
date the final luncheon for work-
ers wlil be held at the Laura Jac-
ohson Restaurant in the Urmey
Hotel, and a final report will be
given.
Since the inception of the cam-
paign the Junior Division headed
by George Chertkof and Paul Bar-
nett as co-chairmen has been or-
ganized, and contributions are
being obtained from all Jewish
yout horganizations and the Jew-
ish youth of Miami.
At the first luncheon meeting
Mr. Chertkof reported that more
than $200.00 had already been
raised.
Y. M. H. A. Cavalcade
Of Stars To Be Held
Saturday, January 28
The Fourth annual Cavalcade of
Stars headed by Nick Kenny and
given for the benefit of the Y.
M. H. A. building fund will be
held Saturday midnite January
28th at the beautiful Biscayne
Plaza Theatre. Milton A. Fried-
man and Nat Blumberg, co-chair-
men of this affair, are being as-
sisted by Herman Waitsman, tick-
et chairman; Dr. Samuel Beck-
man, treasurer; Bruce Henry and
Sam Seitlin, publicity; Maurice
Grossman, reservations; William
Shayne, president of Governor's
Club; Leo Robinson, Al Pallot,
Jack Abbott, Rudy Adler, Stanley
Myers, Sam Blank, Walter Jacobs,
Chester Alexander, Jack Apte, Al
Rosenfeld, Al Grossman, Dr. Har-
old Rand, Jack Lear, Frank Rose,
Manny Teitler, Sidney Meyer and
Mitchell Wolfson and Harry
Schwartz.
All the outstanding stars of
stage, screen and radio in this
area including the one and only
Ted Lewis will be on band to as-
sist this worthwhile organization.
Evian Commission
Sends Delegates
President Presents
Possible Solution
BANQUET TO BE
GALA EVENT
Plans have been completed for
the local B'nai B'rith Lodge ban-
quet installation which will be
held at the Hotel Evans Tuesday
night. January 24th at 8:00 p. m.
Several speakers will be heard in
brief addresses. The officers of
the Lodge headed by E. Albert
Pallot, president, will be formally
inducted into office with brief but
impressive installation services.
Following the dinner, entertain-
ment and dancing will be eenjoyed
in the Spanish ballroom of the
hotel. J. Aron Abbott, chairman
and Benjamin LeVine treasurer of
the banquet committee request all
those desiring to attend to please
make reservaions immediately.
Rome, (WNS)Ambassador Wil-
liam Phillips presented a message
from President Roosevelt to Prem-
ier Mussolini on possible solution
of the Jewish question in Europe.
An official statement issued from
the Palazzo Venezia said that "II
Duce received the United States
Ambassador to discuss the Eu-
ropean Semitic question and pos-
siblesolu tion of a general charac-
ter. Although the plan submitted
by the United States was not de-
tailed it suggested that Premier
Mussolini allow both Italian and
foreign Jewsparticularly those
in Germany, hit by recent drastic
measuresto settle in Ethiopio.
It urged Mussolini to use his per-
sonal influence with Hitler, who,
because of the close relations ex-
isting between the dictators,
would certainly give the plan care-
ful consideration if it were sup-
oorted by his axis partner.
Mr. Phillips declared that Mus-
solini courteously suggested that
there were other countries where
Jews could settle more easily
than Ethiopia. He said that Rus-
sia was one of these countries and
that to his knowledge no opposi-
tion to immigration by refugees
had been shown by the Soviet
Government. He added that Bra-
zil could absorb large numbers on
vast expanses of unexploited land-
Mussolini also declined the sug-
gestion that he should forward
the President's plan to Hitler be-
cause, he said, he knew it would
he futile, since Italy and Germany
had a perfect identity of views on
the Jewish question.
Berlin, (WNS)Nazi hopes of
easing the diplomatic strain be-
tween the United States and
Germany center on George Rub-
lee's visit to Berlin this ewek.
Recently in London it was indi-
cated that a plan for removing
150,000 younger Jews from Ger-
may would be discussed. German
authorities have hitherto declined
to receive representatives of the
Evian Commission regarding that
body as a typical case of foreign
meddling with German affairs.
Moderates in the Nazi Govern-
ment prevailed on Goering to in-
vite the Evian delegation as a
gesture of conciliation in spite of
the two periods of tension aris-
ing from Ickes denouncing dicta-
torships and President Roosevelt's
message to Congress assailing to-
talitarian states.
This is regarded as an indica-
tion that Germany is willing to
make concessions for the sake of
improving relations with the Unit-
ed States. Nazi informants pre-
dicted that as a further gesture
of appeasement, Hitler would re-
frain from attacking President
Roosevelt in his speech to the
Reichstag on January 30th.
Council Aiding
Many Immigrants
New York, (WNS)Mrs. Ely
Jacques Kahn, president of the
New York Section of the Council
of Jewish Women, announced that
in November 1938, seven hundred
immigrants ,of whom 85 percent
were German refugees, were as-
sisted and prepared for taning
out first citizenship papers.
Since its inception thirty-five
years ago, Mrs. Kahn said, the
organization has aided immigrants
adjust themselves in every way.
Discussion Opens
J. W. V. Conference
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
Felix Frankfurter
Is Appointed To
Supreme Court
New York, (WNS)President
Roosevelt's nomination of Profes-
sor Felix Frankfurter to fill the
vacancy created in the Supreme
Court of the United States by the
death of Justice Cardozo, came as
somewhat of a surprise to many
otherwise well-informed people in
political circles. Although his ul-
timate appointment was felt to be
assured, it was generally accepted
that the President's next logical
appointee would be from the West
and that only after Justice Bran-
deis had stepped down could an-
other justice from New England
be named.
The Senate immediately made it
unmistakably apparent that it
would confirm the nomination,
while from all parts of the coun-
try, regardless of political affil-
iation, came messages of acclaim
and approval of the appointment
of Professor Frankfurter.
Felix Frankfurter was born in
Vienna in 1882, and came to this
country with his parents at the
age of twelve. Poor people, they
lived in a tenement house on the
East side of New York City, and
while young Felix Frankfurter
strove to learn the language of
his new country, attending public
schools, he served as an errand
boy for a chemical firm. A dozen
years later he was graduated from
Harvard Law School with highest
honors, and launched on his bril-
liant legal career.
Professor Frankfurter is a not-
Atlantic City, (WNS)Repre-
senting 20,000 members of the
Jewish War Veterans of the Unit-
ed States, delegates opened their
midwinter conference here with a
discussion of plans for fighting
European oppression.
Dr. George Walton, one of the
three Quakers who went to Ger-
many as members of the Ameri-
can Friends Service Commission
on the refugee problem, was the
principal speaker. The delegates
pledged themselves to fight Com-
munism, a menace which they de-
clared was too easily overlooked
in the face of new "isms" notably
Nazism and Fascism. This view-
point towards Communism is by
no means a new stand taken by
the Jewish War Veterans, but one
which they have staunchly and
consistently maintained.
More than 500 delegates to the
conference adopted a resolution
which stated in part: "True Amer-
icanism can brook no doctrines in-
imical to the guarantees of the
Constitution of the United States
and its Bill of Rights." It added
tha Judaism's doctrines were akin
to those of democracy and oppos-
ed to "any doctrine which men-
aces man's very right to believe
in God."
ed, outspoken liberal and cham-
nion of the view that the Consti-
tution is an elastic document
framed to meet the changing needs
of a changing society. After the
Supreme Court invalidated the
NRA in 1935 he held to his belief
that the Constitution need not be
changed in order to modernize the
American system.
In 1914 he joined the Harvard
Law School facultv, and in 1924
became head of the Department
of Administrative Law at Har-
vard, which position he has been
holding until now.
Virtually all the "liberal" sen-
ators except Senator Borah who
witheld immediate cocmment join-
ed in praising the Frankfurter ap-
pointment, their spokesman, Sena-
tor Norris, saying that he was
"highly pleased." Mr. Frankfur-
ter is generally regarded as the
logical successor to Oliver Wen-
dell Holmes and Benjamin Car-
dozo, two justices of the liberal
tradition.
"Shakespeare's Merchant1939"
the Brattleboro Tkeatre's anti-
Fascist version of "The Merchant
of Venice" that is coming to
Brooklyn, is being done under the
auspices of a group that includes
Constance Morrow, sister of Mrs.
Charles A. Lindbergh. Over in
Lakewood, N. J., they've renamed
13th Street, calling it Walter Win-
chell Road. Just for luck, we
presume. Head of the Theme
(World of Tomorrow) Committee
of the New York World's Fair is
Robert David Kohn, noted archi-
tect who was responsible for Man-
hattan's Temple Emanu-El. .
During his recent stay in New
York, Max Reinhardt broke all
precedents by getting up at the
for him, unspeakably early hour
of noon to visit the site where the
Jewish Palestine Pavilion will
stand in the World's Fair. .
Latest youngster to make a hit
over the ether is 10-year-old
Lenore de Koven, who's wowing
them in children's parts in the
"Five Star Final" program in
which her father, Roger de Koven
plays a prominent part.....
Broadway is looking forward to a
new play by Charlie MacArthur
and Ben Hecht, and novelist Leane
Zugsmith hopes that her first play
will soon be produced. Film
star Anita Louise and Buddy Ad-
ler are expected to team up befo-
the year is over. Once Rii-
mund von Hofmannsthal's divorce
from the former Alice Astor is a
fait accompli he plans to wed a
titled Englishwoman. A group
of New York artists recently
thought they had discovered a new
Mexican photographer, an artist in
his field, named Orevaonly to
learn that the photos they admir-
ed so greatly were the work of a
21-year-old home-town steno nam-
ed Reva Freed. Which re-
minds us that the garage of Na-
than P. Meyer of Manhattan dou-
bles as an art gallery. Friends
of Mrs. Rose Gershwin, mother of
the late composer, are still getting
autographed photos of George. .
She cuts his signatures from his
old checks and pastes them on the
pictures. New Dealers will be
happy to learn that one of the
Schecter brothers who wrecked
the NRA now is plucking chickens
at a nickel a carcass in a Bronx
meat market. .
FELIX FRANKFURTER w"


PAOE TWO
THE JKWISH FLORIDIAK
I
SISTERHOOD GIVES
PLEDGE
Beth Jacob Sisterhood pledged
one hundred dollars to the Great-
er Miami Federation of Jewish
Welfare Funds at the regular
meeting at which Mrs. B. H. Lon-
don presided.

GIRL SCOUTS
MEET
Girl Scout Troop No. 10 now
hold their meetings in the syna-
gogue room of the new addition
at the Evans Hotel through the
courtesy of the management of
?he hotel. The troop, under the
direction of Mrs. Gertrude Wolff,
visiting Girl Scout Captain from
New York City, is beginning on
a community service project which
consists of making dolls for a
children's hospital. This project
will complete the troop's second
class work. A fun and frolic
meeting once a month was decided
upon and the officers will be in
charge of the first to be held.

JEWISH JUNIORS
TO MEET
The National Council of Jewish
Juniors will hold their regular
meeting Tuesday evening, January
17th at Beth Jacob Synagogue at'
9:00 o'clock. All members and
friends are urged to be present as
plans for the coming year will be
discussed.

UNDERGOES
OPERATION
Mr. J. Louis Shochet underwent
an operation for appendenctomy on
Wednesday evening at the Vic-
toria Hospital where he is now
convalescing.

RABY IS
BORN
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Leavitt an-
nounce the birth of a baby daugh-
ter, Judith Marilyn, December 29
at the Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Both mother and baby are doing
nicely-

BUSINESS-PROFESSIONAL
GROUP MEET
The Business and Professional
Group of Miami Senior Hadassah
met Thursday evening at the An-
Nell Hotel with Miss Beatrice
Goldenblank presiding. The Refu-
gee Ball to be sponsored by Mi-
ami Senior Hadassah on February
22nd at the Civic Center was an-
nounced and Mrs. Ben LeVine is
in charge of the tickets in this
group. Speakers of the evening
included Mrs. Anna Brenner Man-
kes, advisor of the group; Mrs.
S. H. Lutsky; Rev. C. Stanley
Lowell of the Tamiami Temple
and an article was given by Miss
Goldenblank and Mrs. Leonard
Beldner. A skit was presented by
Mrs. Harry Markus.
FBIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1939
as a part of the religious program
of the A. Z. A., with members of
the organization participating, it
was announced by Oscar Rappa-
port, chairman.
Plans are under way for a
dance of which the proceed" will
be given to Youth Aliyah. Details
will be announced later.
ONEG SHABBAT
HELD
At the Oneg Shabbat held last
Saturday by the Study Group
sponsored by Hadassah, in West
Palm Beach at the home of Mrs.
Sam A. Goldstein, Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman of Temple Israel was
the guest speaker. Rabbi Zwit-
man was invited to be the speaker
by the Speaker's Bureau of the
Southeastern Region of Hadassah
of which Mrs. S. H. Lutsky is the
chairman.
CONVENTION
TO BE HELD
Of considerable interest in the
Southeastern Region of Hadassah
is the expansion program which is
taking place Within the last few
weeks Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, presi-
dent of the Region, announced
that Columbia, S. C, has been or-
eanized and there are six other
cities being prepared for organi-
zations. The Southeastern Reg-
ional Conference will be held Feb-
ruary 4th, 5th and 6th, in Atlan-
ta, Ga. Very interesting plans
are being prepared for the confer-
ence with Mrs. David Greenberg.
a most attractive and outstanding
personality and chairman of the
National Youth Aliyah being the
guest speaker. All local members
and friends of Hadassah are urged
to attend. Further details may be
obtained by calling Mrs. Lutsky,
president, or Mrs. Gertrude Ber
lin, secretary of the Region.

HOLD FORUM
LECTURE
In the Cypress Ballroom of the
Hotel Evans the National Council
of Jewish Women held their forum
lecture and presented as their
guest speaker. Dr. P. L. Dodge,
eminent neurologist and psychia-
trist. This was the first of a
series of lectures to be held at the
Hotel Evans at which the public is
invited to attend.

GENERAL MEETING
TO BE HELD
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau will hold
a general meeting Monday after-
noon, January 16th at 2:00 p. m..
at the Alcazar Hotel. The board
meeting to have been held preced-
ing the regular meeting has been
cancelled due to the Federation
Drive.
Mrs. T> J. Hartz, rummage
chairman, requests contributions
to the rummage store sponsored
by the Auxiliary-
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CERTIFICATES ARE
AVAILABLE
The Miami Chapter of Senior
Hadassah announces that the Pal-
estine Pavilion certificates for the
1939 World's Fair at New York
ean be obtained from Hadassah
members. All those desiring to
go to the Fair are requested to
communicate with local Hadassah
members.
INSTALLATION
IS HELD
The installation of officers of
the Workmen's Circle was held at
Beth David Talmud Torah Thurs-
day evening, January 5th. Offi-
cers installed were Mr. Henry
Seitlin, financial secretary; Mr.
Morris Jacobs, recording secre-
tary; Mr. Louis Marcus, hospital-
er; Mr. David Gross, treasurer;
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Siegel, Mr.
and Mrs. Boris Rifkind, Mr. Ben
Silver, Mrs Morris Jacobs and
Mr. Heertje David, board mem-
bers Plans for educational and
organizational work for the near
future have been made. Mr. Ben-
jamin Gabiner, assistant national
secretary will be in Miami Janu-
ary 19th through January 23rd to
conduct the organizational work.
He will deliver an address at a
mass meeting January 22nd at the
Y. M. H. A., and will also install
the newlv formed Young Circle
League. Junior Order of the Work-
men's Circle.
FASHION SHOW
TO BE GIVEN
The fourth annual fashion and
floor show sponsored by the Nat-
ional Council of Jewish Women
will be held Friday afternoon.
February 3rd at the Royal Palm
Club from 1:00 to 4:00 p. m., with
Mrs. Nat Williams and Mrs. Al-
bert Seiden, co-chairmen. Details
of the event will be announced in
next week's issue.
?
FORUM HELD
WEEKLY
The National Council of Jewish
Women sponsors a weekly Coun-
cil Forum every Friday afternoon
at 2:00 o'clock at the Hotel Evans.
All members and friends are cor-
dially invited to attend.

WEDDING
TAKES PLACE
The marriage of Miss Sydell
Rosenthal of New York to Sey-
mour Gutin took place Tuesday
evening at Joe's Broadway Delica-
tessen and Restaurant at Miami
Beach. The couple left for a
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Sidney Rabinovitz, uncle of Mr.
Gutin, came by plane from Boston,
Mass., to attend the wedding.
Miss Roaenthal upon her mar-
riage received a legacy. Mr. Gu-
tin is manager of Joe's Broadway
Delicatessen and Restaurant at
Seventh Street, Miami Beach.

MONTHLY MEETING
TO BE HELD
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
their regular monthly meeting on
Wednesday afternoon, January 18
at 2:30 o'clock at the Talmud Tor-
ah. A board meeting will precede
at 1:30 o'clock and a social hour
will follow. All members and
friends are cordially invited to
attend.
?
FEDERAL AGENT
TO SPEAK
Mr. A- C. Rutzen, special agent
of the Federal Bureau of Inves-
tigation and in charge of the Mi-
ami office, will be the guest speak-
er at the cultural meeting spon-
sored by the Young Men's Hebrew
Association Tuesday evening Jan-
uary 24th at 8:00 p. m All mem-
bers and friends are invited to be
present.

A. Z. A. ELECTS
OFFICERS
At the regular meeting of the
A. Z. A., Junior B'nai B'rith, held
last Monday evening officers for
the coming term were elected.
Those re-e'e ted were Teddy Pla t
Aleph Godol (president); Danny
Richter. Aleph S'gan (vice-presi-
dent); Nathan Aronovitz, Aleph
Gisbor (treasurer); Oscar Rappa-
port, Aleph Kohen Godol (chap-
lain) Others elected were Al
Kasanof, Aleph Shotare Gadol,
Aaron Goldstein, Aleph Shotare
(savgeants-at-arms) and Gerald
Elkin, Aleph Sopher (reporter.)
Irving Ginsburg, Aleph Mazkir.
(secretary) retained his elective
two term office. Mr. Milton A.
Friedman- Dr. Harold Rand and
Mr. Nathan Adelman were elected
to the Advisory Board.
A Friday evening service will
be held January 20th at the Mi
ami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
HOTEL EVANS
SPONSORS EVENTS
Hotel Evans of Miami Beach
will sponsor a ping-pong tourna-
ment to be held in the patio dur-
ing the month of January at which
time some of the most prominent
and outstanding ping-pong cham-
pions of the North will be pre-
sented. All those interested in
entering the tournament are re-
quested to please register at the
hotel.
Monday evening, January ICth a
Mah-Jong contest will be held in
the cypress room for guc-U and
their friends of Hotel Evans to be
conducted by Miss Edna Chapman.
Prizes will be awarded to the win-
ners.

JUNIOR HADASSAH
COMPLETES PLANS
At the meeting of Junior Ha-
dashah last Monday evening, plans
were completed for the Officers'
Ball to be held Sunday evening,
January 22nd at 8:00 o'clock. A
reception will be given by the of-
ficers and directors in honor of
all members in good standing and
their escorts at the home >f Mm
Harry Koretsky, 1552 Collins Ave'
nue, Miami Beach, followed by
dancing at Fassa's. A program
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 13. 1939
VOLUME 12. NUMBER 2
THE ZERO HOUR
Fired with the Jewish spirit, inspired by true Jewish lea-
dership, the campaign workers of Greater Miami Federation of
Jewish Welfare Funds are advancing to conquer Intolerance,
Persecution, Misery and Distress. Girded for battle, armed
with the ammunition of Knowledge and Charity they have
fought their way to the front line trenches. On their sides and
behind the lines they have amassed the sum of $47,261 and be-
fore them lies the balance of $17,889 required to raise the 1939
quota of $65,150.00, and yet to be conquered.
"Ehe Zero Hour approaches with four days yet to go. The
balance of the money must and will be raised. Approximately
twenty-four hundred Jewish residents of Miami are yet to be
contacted and we cannot believe that the amount needed will
not be raised from this number.
Telegrams being received daily from other federated com-
munities evidences the fact that American Jewry is looking to
us to set the pace and standard for giving during the year 1939.
As Miamians and as Jews we must bring glory to Southern
Florida.
Soon the whistle will blow. The campaign will be over.
The Zero Irour will be passed, and we shall have gone over the
top in glory and victory.
The only casualties will be those who have refused to give.
They will suffer the pangs of a conscience stricken man who has
failed to do his duty as a Miamian. American citizen and as a
Jew.
THE Y. M. H. A.
** NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
CAVALCADE OF STARS TO
BE HELD JANUARY 29th
Wolfson and Meyers of the
iet co Theatre enterprises
through for the Y. very
nob] ywhen they generously al-
lowed the use of the Biscayne
Plaza Theatre on the Beach for
the Y. M. H. A. Fourth Annual
Calvacade of Stars. Milton Fried-
man and his committee played a
major part in closing this deal.
The Biscayne Theatre has a seat-
ing capacity of approximately
1500 which promises to make this
affair the most successful to date.
Nick Kenny is getting his stars
of stage, screen and radio lined
up including that ever popular
idol, Ted Lewis and his band of
mirth. From last reports the date
has been set for Sunday, January
29th. Price range of tickets will
most likely be in line with previous
years ranging from $1.00 to $10.00
The Governor's Club of the Y. M.
H. A., is again playing the major
part in the promotion of this gala
event with Bill Shayno, Leo Rob-
inson, Walter Jacobs and Al Pal
lot the bigwigs. More data on
the Calvacade of Stars will be
known in time for next week's
issue. Watch and wait.
PROFESSOR QUIZZ NITE
SUNDAY, JANUARY 15th
The frist Piofessor Quizz night
of the year 1939 will be held at
the Y. clubrooms this Sunday, Jan-
uary 15th, starting at 8:30 p. m.
This quizz will be quite different
from any ever held. Everyone is
cordially invited to attend and
partake in the evening's fun. No
trick questions to be solved. Come
and join in the fun. Dancing will
follow. Free to the public.
B'NAI B'RITH
BRIEFS
BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL
Sholem Lodge's membership
"stag" smoker, plus refreshments,
was a success howling and huge.
The Atlantis roof was crowded be-
yond capacityabout 300 Broth-
ers and prospective members jam-
ming this attractice Miami Beach
spot in a "Standing Room Only"
fashion. The facilities were ade-
quate enough, thereby contribut-
ing to the execution of a really
swell program of outstanding en-
tertainment. Ye BB's who per-
sonally answered the summons
were agreeably surprised with
some high class talent including
apd featuring such stars as the
famous NJck "tzu schwer tzu zein
a Goi" Kenny, that grand charit-
able trouper, Broadway radio col-
umnist, song writer, poet, humor-
ist; Bob Hall, famous RKO circuit
bowman whose performance of
"rhymings," limerics, etc., had our
good Brothers rocking with laugh-
terDe Marcos, a splendid danc-
ing trio; Bob Leers songs, accom-
panied by Earl Barr Hanson. Then
Al Parker did a nice job of MC-
ing after taking over the show
from Nick Kenny. Gravityo, magi-
iene extraordinary, with th"
amazing Hands, practiced a novel
form of the old art of juggelry
by handling several balls of fire
with perfect precisionbefore an
audience with expressions of min-
gled emotions of pleasure and un-
easiness.
A business meeting preceded
the program of entertainment and
"eats"presided over by the new
Prez, Brother Al Pallotyours
truly relinquishing with pleasure
his post of Recording Secretary to
Brother Jack Abbott, and with
best wishes for a term of trans-
cribingbut without smoking: a
movement is under way which will
cause to be passed at the next
B'nai B'rith Convention ,if it gains
sufficient momentum in the "hot
air" routea resolution whereby
"all Secretaries will be prohibited
from smoking at Lodge meetings''
under penalty of impeachment.
Fully fifteen minutes delayed the
beginning of Nick Kenny's perfor-
mance on account of a lengthy
dissertation by one of our good
Brothers on the vitally important
subject of "Secretary smoking."
RABBI ZWITMAN SPEAKS
SUNDAY, JANUARY 17th
By popular demand Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman will return to
the Y. M. H. A., this Tuesday,
January 17th to give his second
in a series of talks entitled "His-
tory or Hysteria." Those of you
who heard Rabbi Zwitman Janu-
ary 3rd. know what an impression
he can make especially with the
ladies.
It Happened Before
Today's Headlines in the Light of History
BY PROF. LOUIS FINKELSTEIN
None of the issues raised by
the resurgence of arbitrary gov-
ernment in our time transcends in
importance the question of wo-
man's place in the modern world.
Had totalitarianism done nothing
more than to reverse the trend to-
ward the emancipation of women
and to drive them back into
drudgery, we might have realized
dangers which lurk in this new
form of communal organization,
without further investigation the
It is a fundamental in the history
of civilization that the place ac-
corded woman in any community
is a sure index to its spiritual de-
velopment. The communities
which have come under the influ-
ence of the Prophetic Tradition
have tended to reconcile the prin-
ciple of woman's freedom with
that of the permanence of the
home. Communities outside this
influence have either permitted
the home to dissolve or have re-
duced woman to virtual serfdom.
The failure of the pagan civili-
zation to recognize woman as
man's collaborator in the develop-
ment of the spiritual life was most
dramatically shown in Athens, the
center of ancient learning and
philosophy. Great as were the
achievements of the Greek phil-
The "Federation" drive began
on January 8tha concentrated
ten day drive to end on January
18th. Luncheons for workers are
being held every day at Laura
Jacobsen'sreports from Division
Heads and Team Captains will be
made daily. Wednesday the second
of the daily luncheon meetings, re-
ports disclosed approximately $40-
000 raiseda splendid beginning
indeeed. The drive will definitely
achieve its goalMiami Jewry
will respond and share our re-
sponsibility as American Jews.
osophers in the search of truth,
and of the Greek artists in the
creation of beauty, Athens could
not become the spiritual mentor if
the world- Its failure to rise to
spiritual heights is most clearly
seen in its failure to grasp the
true position of woman in the
world.
The wife of the Athenian cit-
zen was brought up to be a drudge
and was shut off from all social
life. She was for all intents and
purposes imprisoned in a harem.
The free women of Athens, the so-
called hetairoi, on the other hand
were aliens and could never marry
Athenian citizens. The greatest
of the Athenians, even including
such master minds as Socrates,
Plato, and Aristotle, thus develop-
ed great respect for the socially
degraded, but intellectually devel-
oped hetairoi, and nothing but
contempt for the uncultivated
minds of the Athenian wives.
A civilization whose greatest
mind could rise only to such a
limited conception of the place of
womanhood in the world could not
save mankind from the abyss of
barbarism. The light which was
to illuminate the gloom of the
middle ages had to come not from
Grepk Philosophy, but from Ju-
dean Prophecy. The doctrine which
was needed for the future of man
kind had to rise above the en-
slavement of women and the re-
duction of all children to orphan-
age. It had to establish the dual
principle, laid down in Genesis:
first, "And God created man in
His own image: hi the image nf
God created He him: male -'
female created He them;"- "id
second. "Therefore shall a rm
leave his father and his mother,
and shall cleave unto his wife, and
they shall be one flesh"


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THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13. 1939
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
MM Indian Creek Drlve-6-1265 530 N. E. 31t SI.-2-7754
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both oi the Rabbis will be In th Temple every morning.
You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewls commu-
nlty. or y.ur pe> tonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held In
strict confidence.
Dinner will be served in the din-
ing room from 7:30 to 9:00 p m.,
and a beautiful special augment-
ed floor show will be presented
at ip:00 o'clock.
Because of the convenient ar-
rangement which will make it pos-
sible for guests at our affair to
have dinner served immediately
upon their arrival, choice reserva-
tions may still be obtained by call-
ing the chairman of the commit-
tee. A list of the telephone num-
bers follow: Mrs. Kleiman, 6-1663;
Mrs. Nevins, 4-4166; Mrs. Orovitz,
2-5482; and Mrs. Rubin, 2-1450.
CONGREGATIONAL
'Do not wthidraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
At the regular Friday evening
services of January 13th, 1939, at
8:15 p. m., Dr. Jacob H. Kapan
will talk on the subject "Democ-
racy, a Cooperative Venture."
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
conduct the services.
A reception for worshippers
present will be tendered by the
Sisterhood after the services. Hos-
tesses are Mrs. Lewis Brown,
Mrs. M. Lantz, Mrs. Ida Optner
and Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer.
THE CONGREGATION
REJOICES
Because of the arrival of An-
drea Lynne Ruskin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ruskin.
And because of the arrival of
Sally Ann Berkeley, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Berkeley.
May these two daughters in Is-
rael be a source of pride to their
people, to our Temple, and par-
ticularly to their parents and
grand-parents.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
"Even more important than the
rebuilding of the Temple in Jeru-
salem is the teaching of children."
Talmud.
FEDERATION WEEK
The Assembly program of Sun-
day, January 15th, 1939, to be pre- |
sented by the Religious School at
11:30 o'clock in the Temple, will
be dedicated to a promotion of the
efforts of the Federation. The
heads of the Junior Division of
the Greater Miami Federation of \.
Jewish Welfare Funds, Messrs.
George Chertkof and Paul Barnett
will be the principal speakers.
The entire collection of the Relig-
ious School for the week will be
contributed to the Federation
Drive.
At last week's assembly a pro-
gram was devoted to Jewish music
Rabbi Zwitman spoke on the de-
velopment of Jewish music, em-1
phasizing the charcateristics of I
pre-exilic, post-exilic and modern
Jewish music The talk was illus-
trated by selections rendered by
Rosemary Gerson, soprano soloist
of the Temple Israel choir, Leah
Krolick, violinist of Miami Univer.
sity Symphony Orchestra, and
Marion Freed, organist of the Re-
ligious School.
The birthdays of Audrey Sil-
vern, Billy Cohen, David Lewis and
Isabel Levy were celebrated.
SISTERHOOD
"A woman who feareth the
I-ord. she shall be praised."Pro-
verbs.
ANNUAL AFFAIR SUNDAY AT
HOLLYWOOD BEACH
Mrs. Herbert Kleiman, Mrs. Har-
ry Nevins, Mrs. Max Orovitz and
Mrs. Harry Rubin, co-chairmen of
dinner dance, announce that all
preparations have been made to
make the affair at the Hollywood
Beach Hotel the outstanding event
of the season.
This dinner dance to be held on
Sunday evening, January 15th,
1939, will be the only function of
its kind for the year, since our
committee has been fortunate in
securing the Hollywood Beach
Hotel.
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featured speakers last Sunday
night at a mass meeting of Jack-
sonville Jewry in the Jewish Cen-
ter. The other speaker was Ger-
man-born Dr. Joachim Prinz, ora-
tor, writer and scholar.
The regular monthly meeting of
Senior Hadassah was held last
Wednesday afternoon in the Jew-
ish Center, with Mrs. D. H. Lasa-
row, presiding. Following the
business session, Mrs. Isidore Mos-
covitz presented the program for
the afternoon which included two
speakers, Mrs. M. D. Margolis and
Mrs. Nathan Dwoskin- Refresh-
ments were served during the so-
cial hour by the hostesses, Mrs.
N. H. Shortstein, Mrs. Max Eskin
and Mrs. J. Bartley.
the city, has been appointed dele,
gate to attend the biennial conven-
tion of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations which w >l
meet January 15 through January
19th in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Mrs. Israel L. Kaplan, as presi-
dent of the Temple Sisterhood of
Plans for the coming year will
be discussed and officers installed
at the annual banquet of the Jew-
ish Social Security Club Sunday
night, January 15, in the Work.
men's Circle Hall. The following
officers who were elected to of-
fice during the past week will be
installed: Samuel Goldblatt. pres-
ident; Samuel Schevitz, vice pres-
ident; Max Bloom treasurer; Ben
Nelson, recording secretary; board
of trustees, the Rev. M. Srtfer
Samuel Lazarus, L. Cohen, I. Dav-
oskin and the Rev. B. Fini-
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 13. 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
Strictly Confidential
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
GOEBBEL'S GAB
Walter Winchell, who scooped
America on the affair between
Barberocrat Goebbels & Lita Bar-
ova, got his advance information
from a German Aryan cinema di-
rector visiting this country. .
It seems that the affair was com-
mon gossip throughout Berlin for
many months. Thus, for in-
stance, when Lida, in a recent
film, had to say, as part of her
role, "I'll go to the doctor and get
some money," everybody in the
first-night audience guffawed
loudly, because Goebbels is known
as "the doctor" to the German
people. The picture was imme-
diately withdrawn, and has never
been shown again in Naziland. .
You remember, of course, that we
told you some weeks ago that
Goebbels was on his way out. .
And you realize that if he hadn't
lost favor with the powers that
be his highly protected personality
could never have been subjected
to that horse-whipping. Don't
think it's an accident that the be-
ginning of the end for the little
doctor came during film queen
Leni Riefenstahl's absence from
Hitlerland. Leni has had it in
for Joe Paul ever since the time
he broke up a party by accusing
her of non-Aryanism, but the Naz-
arina of the films, after doing the
snade work in the undermining of
Goebbels, decided it would look
better and less like the climax of
a personal grudge, if she weren't
on the scene when it would become
obvious to everybody that he's on
the skids. Incidentally, New
York will soon have a chance to
see just what type of beauty
Gabby falls for. Billy Rose,
diminutive impresario, is hoping
to have Gitta Alpar, one of Goeb-
bels* ex-flames, in the "Refugee
Revue" he's putting on in the Casa
Manana late this month. .
YOU SHOULD KNOW
The New Year's gift Dr Stephen
S, Wise treasures most is a col-
lation of F. D. R.'s published
Mate papers, sent to him by the
President with a most affection-
ate inscription. David Ben
Gurion'l visit to America is
-hrouded in mystery. Unless it
h t something to do with the post
ponod Arab-Jewish round-table
'reference in I,ondon. Don't
h surnrised, by the way, if Dr.
Wise, I-ouis Lipsky and Dr. Solo.
mon Goldman are drafted to at-
tend that conference next month.
. March of progress note: A
new auto road connecting the
Jerusalem-Jericho road with the
Dead Sea has just been completed
:- Palestine. In the Riverside
Drive Apartment of Shalom Asch,
hose new 800-page novel on
'"stis is nearing completion (with
Maurice Samuel doing the Eng-
lliah version,) you can see one of
the rarest collections of Chanuka
limps and other Jewish ceremon-
ial objects in captivity. Tip
for Zionists: Next time somebody
tries to persuade you that Tan-
ganyika is better for the Jewish
refugees than Palestine because
Mussolini won't try to muscle in
On that East African territory,
just point out that this very Tan.
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Ocean, and therefore also can be-
come a bone of serious imperialist
contention. .
FORECASTS
Our favorite astrologer claims
that if the other nations stand up
to Hitler 1939 will see his end. .
But that if resistance to him isn't
great enough, next March will be
the blackest time of modern his-
tory. The Quakers believe they
are approaching a solution of the
refugee problem, but Dorothy
Thompson, to whose political wis-
dom we always bow, prophesies
that no large-scale solution will be
found for it this year. If Ne-
ville Chamberlain goes to Nazi-
land again in the near future he'll
be anything but appeased by the
sight of the fancy anti.British
nosters that now are embellishing
shop windows in the Reich. .
You can expect France to expel
her refugees before long if Data-
ller remains in power. Per-
haps Fascism wouldn't make such
great strides in so many countries
if somebody would take the trou-
ble to explain to the public that
the Fascist and Nazi salute dates
from Roman antiquity, whenas
nowit was the sign of the slave
rreeting his master. Charlie
Oiaplin hopes to have his "Dic-
tator" film ready during 1939, but
isn't promising anything. .
TRUE STORIES
A couple of years ago, when the
Havara arrangement with Pales-
tine was initiated, a certain Ger-
man Jew conve\-ted his sizable
fortune into goods and emigrated
to Palestine. The Yishub, al-
ways anxious to help a refugee,
bought his goods, and pretty soon
the gent in question had his mon-
ey back. So he took a boat for
France, and settled down in a Ri-
viera hotel to await developments.
... Pretty soon his reading of
the financial pages convinced him
that business was booming in
Germany. So he packed his
trunk and went back to Berlin,
bank account and all, to make hay
while the Nazi sun shone. The
pay-off is that now he has had to
sell his newand flourishing
business in order to raise the
dough to pay his allotted share of
the $100,000,000 payment recently
extorted from the Jews of Nazi-
land. Then there's the occur-
rence that took place at a recent
broadcast in New York, made in
connection with a plea for aid for
German Jewish refugees. One
of the speakers remarked that af-
ter all Germany isn't the greatest
air power of the world. Where-
upon a bona fide refugee in the
broadcasting room grew so volubly
indignant that attendants had to
hustle him out, lest he break up
the program. .
FAMOUS DOGS
FEATURED AT
FLAGLER TRACK
was the week-end guest of Miss
Tobias Rothblatt.
Frank Jones, one of the more
famous greyhound racing owners
in the country today, has a trio
of My Laddie pups which are go-
ing to be sensations at West Flag-
ler Kennel Club before this 1938-
39 meeting is over.
They are Boston Harbor, Boston i
Laddie and Boston Buddy, son of
the immortal My Laddie out of
Make Up.
At this present day, Boston
Harbor appears just a shade better
of the trio. He has worlds of ear-
ly footing and already can run
with the best of them over the
middle distance futurtiy course.
The trio of Boston greyhounds
are September dogs of 1936.
Besides the Boston dogs there
are a number of other fine pups
now racing at the picturesque
Flagler oval. West Flagler, name-
sake of the West Flagler Kennel
Club and champion of the Pacific
Coast, is a pup by the once fam-
ous Lucky Roll. This speed dem-
on is now racing in the Flagler
"Hot Box" against many of the
nation's greyhound champions.
An H. S.. D. Club was organized
here last week. The officers are:
president, Miss Rite Okun; vice
president, Miss Lillian Gordon;
recording secretary, Miss Evelyn
Heller; reporter. Miss Tobias
Rothblatt; sargeant-atarms, Miss
Gerry Cohen. The social commit-
tee: Lillian Gordon, chairman;
Evelyn Heller, Gerry Cohen. Miss
Evelyn Weber of Tampa, is an
honorary member.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Trager, was
Bar Mitzvah Friday evening at
Temple Beth El with Rabbi Pizer
W. Jacobs officiating.
Mr. David Rothblatt was host
to his brother, Louis Rothblatt, of
El Paso, Texas, during his visit
with his father and sister, Mr.
Abraham Rothblatt and Mrs. Eth-
el Hankin, respectively.
Robert Rosen, of Asheville, N.
C, was the guest of Leon Young
during the holidays.
The Young Judeans entertained
with a hay ride New Year's Day.
The members went to Indian Rocks
and the Gulf Beaches. A weiner
roast was held in the evening and
dancing was enjoyed. Guests were
the Misses Evelyn Weber, Dorothy
Rosenfarb, of Tampa and Mr.
Robert Rosen, of Asheville, N. C.
The A. Z. A- held their regular
meeting Wednesday evening at
the Temple Beth El. After the
meeting refreshments were served.
Guest was Samuel Weber of Tam-
pa.
And another dog which may be
mentioned is Larry (A. P.) Rol-
lins, a little brother of West
Flagler. This brindle son of
Lucky Roll has plenty of class and
will be heard from aplenty before
the present West Fagler meeting
comes to a close.
Rip a Rarin' a greyhound which
holds four championships, is going
strong again this season. Rip is
is in the thick of the "hot box"
contention, along with West Flag-
ler, Fence Guard, that sensational
Red Whisk pup; On The Nose,
Ledmore, the Boston greyhounds
and the many other champions
now kenneled at Flagler.
The dogs have been running for
nearly three weeks now and are
stepping at high speed. Throngs
are attending the races nightly.
St. Petersburg
Buddy Sweet, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Sweet, spent the hol-
idays with his parents. He was
'accompanied by his grand-parents.
Mr. and Mrs. David Sweet, and
his uncle, Mr. Benjamin Sweet, of
* Madison, Wisconsin.
The newly elected officers of
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth El
are: Mrs. Pizer W. Jacobs, pres-
ident; Mrs. Jacob Van Straaten,
vice president; Mr.s Louis Mar-
ing, recording secretary; Mrs.
Rose Goodkind. corresponding sec-
retary and Mrs. Lee Higher,
treasurer.
The newly installed officers of
the Jewish Youth Council are:
president, Mr. Arnold Argintar;
vice-president, Miss Mildred Car-
roll; Secretary, Miss Hazel Ab-
rams; treasurer, Mr. Harry Cypen.
Dr. Joachim Prinz, considered
(Continued on Page Eight)
Coming from Gainesville to
spend the holidays with their par.
ents were: Arnold Jacobs, Bernard
Fuchs and Raymond Fienberg.
Miss Annabel Jacobs has just
returned home from an extended
stay in New York City and Bay-
one, N. J.
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PAGE SIX
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
at 7:30 P- m., Dr. Wolf son will
speak on the Sun nd the Planets.
All are welcome.
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
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YOUNG JUDEA TO
CONDUCT SERVICES
The Stephen S. Wise Young
Judea wiU be in charge of the
Late Friday evening services of
the Beth David Congregation to-
night. This is an annual affair
of. the Miami Young Judea Club.
The purpose of having the mem
bers of the local Young Judea
Club take charge of the services
is to acquaint the adults of the
fact that there is a very activo
>ou'.g Judea gf.*P within our
(<>n 'nunity.
Participating in the servios
will be Harold Shapiro, president;
Betty Kirshenbaum, Stanley Tin-
ter, Pearl Stein, Adeie Sootin, Al-
vir Schwartz, Hei.y Mendell,
David Jacobs, Seymour Hink-s.
Sunshine Fagrfi. Ester Arglntar
and Edith Shier Speakers of the
evening include Harold Shapiro,
president of Young Judea aid
Mr. Sidney Sega'l, president H
.he Greater Miana Zion:st Ms
' All parents, fronds and chil-
dren are urged to attend these
services. A soral hour will fol
'. the service in the auditor-
,:ni of the Talm-w Torah. The
services will start promptly at
8:15 in the evening-
SOCIETY
(Continued from Page Two)
will be presented with Mrs. Ed-
ward S. Roth in charge. Assisting
her will be Miss Evelyn Rhine
stein. Miss Mdlly Breskin. Miss
Rita Pearlman, Miss Nellie Shaff,
Miss Ruthye Bernstein and Mrs.
William Berson.
Mise Ruth Polster was appoint-
et chairman of the annual donor's
dinner to be held in April and
Mrs. Edward Irwin Krick as cul-
tural chairman to succeed Mrs.
Edward Barmen. A new project,
Youth Aliyah, has been added to
the works now supported by Ju-
nior Hadassah and Mrs. Aaron
Farr was appointed as chairman
for the Junior unit. In line with
the addition of the new project.
Mrs. Max Dobrin who is Youth
Aliyah chairman for Senior Ha-
dassah in Miami, was the guest

SPINOZA GROUP
CONTINUES
"The Golden Era o fthe Mod-
era Jews" was the topic of Dr.
Abraham Wolfson's address be-
fore the Spinoza Group last Sat-
urday afternoon. It was the larg-
est gathering of the season that
congregated on the lawn of Fran-
ces K. Powell. 1059 Collins Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, to listen to the
opera broadcast coming from the
Metropolitan Opera House in New
York and hear Dr. Wolfson's us-
ual Saturday afternoon lecture.
The discussion after the address
was lively. Dr. I. Carlin and Mr.
A. Tepper leading in the discus,
sion. Tuesday evening from 7:30
to 9:30 the Group met, also to dis-
cuss anti-Semitism and what can
he done about it. Dr. Carlin gave
the Marxian cure and Dr. Wolf-
son gave Zionism as the cure for
anti-Semitism. Some agreed with
Dr. Carlin but a greater number
followed Dr. Wolfson.
Next Saturday the Group will
meet again on the lawn of Frances
K. Powell. 1059 Collins Avenue.
Miami Beach, from 2:00 to 5:00
o'clock to listen to the first half
of the opera. At 3:30 o'clock the
music will be turned of fand Dr.
Wolfson will speak on Solomon ibn
Gabirol: Poet and Philosopher.
Tuesday evening. January 14th
Bernadine Roth, 15, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth, 337 N. E-
28th Sereet, was nemed Druni Ma-
jor of ehe new Drum and Bugle
Cosps of the Sons and Daughters
Outpost, Jewish War Veterans
Nat Wainer, musir irertor of tne
group announced this week.
Other members tf the Corps are
Buglers Herbert Lazarus. Mitchell
Goldman, Maxwell Moss, Leon
Wainer, Marvin Ante. Walter
Rawlson, William Baros, Jr., Kos-
Mla Kline, Marcia Sable, Herschel
Rosenthal. Evans Bards. Stanley
Roth. Ivan Wainer and William
Schiff Drummers Lila Sable,
Gilbert Kraft, Sara Rose Schwartz
Elmer Oliphant, Norman Bruce
Brown, Albert Kahn and Henry
Weiss, Bells, Theda Lazarus and
Cymbals, Harriet Goldman and
^ette Ann Brown.
The Sons and Daoghters Oot-
nOSt of the Freda Markowitz Post
No. 174, was organized last Thurs-
day night at the Y. M- H. A. club-
rooms, when Herbert Charles Laz-
arus was elected Commander;
Mitchell Goldman. Vice-Comman-
ler; Bernadine A. Roth. Adjutant;
Harriet Goldman. Quartermaster;
Thelma Burger. Officer of the
Day; Manuel Moss, Chaplain;
Marvin Apte and Hubert Ornstein
co-sargeants-at-arms.
Last Tuesday Outpost officers
were introduced at the regular
meeting of the Freda Markowitz
Post held at the Harvey Seeds
Post, American Legion Home.
Barney H. Kraft and Ix>uis
Auerbach of the Freda Marko-
witz Post have been named hon-
orary commanders of the Junior
organization.
VISITS IN
MIAMI
Mrs. J. C. Levy of Chicago
Heights, 111-, is visiting in Miami
as the house guest of Mr^ and
Mrs. H. H. Miller, 1136 S. W. 5th
Street-
VISITS IN
MIAMI BEACH
Rabbi Mendel Laks of Radum,
Poland, and dean of the world
famous Yeshiva of the same town
is visiting in Miami Beach at the
Hotel Abrams accompanied by
Rabbi Isaac Grozalsky of Jeru-
salem Palestine. Rabbi Laks is
the successor to the revered Chaf-
tez Chaim who in his time was
when he died at the age of one
Orthodox Jewry's leader and who
hundred years old had been Dean
of the Rabbinical Seminary at
VISITS HERE
Mrs. Bertha Pomerantz of New
York is visiting in Miami for the
winter season with her daughter,
Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum, her sis-
ters, Mrs. Ida Buckstein ond Mrs.
Charles Tannenbaum.

Radum for seventy-two years.
Rabbi Grozalsky who accompanied
the distinguished guest has been
known in Palestine for the coun-
try's outstanding orator. These
guests will be honored at a public
reception tendered to them Satur-
day afternoon at 3:30 p. m., in the
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami
Beach. They will be greeted by
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Mr.
M. B. Frank, president of the
Congregation.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13. 1939
PURIM DANCE TO
BE GIVEN
The Beth David Sisterhood will
hold their annual Purim Dance on
Sunday, February 14th with Mrs.
J. Engler in charge of arrange
ments. All those desiring to at-
tend are requested to communi-
cate with Mrs. Engler. Details
will be announced later.
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resident, desires correspon.
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FRIDAY, JANUABY 13, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESChELOFF, Rabbi MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
('.:;:> Michigan Avenue
Phone 5-1328
710 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 5.2013
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Our Sports World
FRIDAY EVENING SERVICE
"Fundamentals of Society" will
be the subject of the lecture this
Friday night by Rabbi M. Mes-
cheloff. The service begins at 8:15
Cantor M. Mamches will lead in
the singing.
"Upholding the Jewish name"
will be the theme of the Saturday
morning sermon by the Rabbi. At
Shalosh Soodoss he will speak on
The Portion of the Wek."
FEDERATION NEWS
Our Synagogue team has, we
i-nderstand, gone well over the
top. Our Sisterhood at its last
meeting voted $100.00 towards the
Federation. They hope this will
be a precedent and inspiration to
the other Sisterhoods of Greater
Miami to contribute their share to
save the lives of our fellow Jews
in Europe and elsewhere. In re-
sponse to the appeal made by Mr.
Paul Barnett, president of the lo-
cal chapter of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Juniors, the income
of the Sunday sessions next Sun-
day morning will be given to the
Federation.
Our Sisterhood will conduct Its
.-.nnual card party at the Floridian
Hotel on Monday, January 23rd.
Prizes and refreshments will be
given aplenty. For reservations
call any of the Sisterhood officers
or Board members. Let us see
whether we cannot make back four
times over what we have contrib.
"ted from our treasury to the
Federation of Jewish Welfare
Funds.
PURIM BALL
Tickets for the tenth annual
Pnrim Ball of our congregation
are already on sale at the syna-
gogue. The Purim Ball will be
held Sifhday evening, March 5th
Purim Dayat the Floridian Ho-
tel. A large, professional enter-
tainment is arranged. Those who
attended the last year's Ball, know
what to expect. Buy your tickets
now, and tell your friends. The
proceeds go to meet the budget of
our Synagogue-Hebrew School-
Tenter.
RADIO HOUR
This Sunday afternoon at 3:00
c'.lock over Station WIOD Rabbi
Mescheloff will speak on the sub-
ject "Reconstruction." Can tor
Mamches will sing. Tune in reg.
ularly Sunday afternoons at 3:00
to hear the weekly broadcasts of
the Rabbinic Association of Great"
er Miami. We hope youll be lis-
tening.
HEBREW SCHOOL
Owing to the very large regis-
tration in our Hebrew School up
to date, at a meeting of the facul-
ty held last Sunday afternoon, it
was decided to divide the largest
classes into two sections to per-
mit of greater attention to each
individual child by the teachers
Classes are conducted from 3:30
to 7:00 each day. Children between
the ages of 6 and 14 are accept-
ed. To enroll your child bring
him to the Talmud Torah building
any week day afternoon at 4:00
o'clock.
Sunday Sessions attendance is
exceptional. The largest class is
that of Miss Simerick. Children
between the ages of five and sev-
enteen are eligible. To enroll in
the Sunday Sessions, bring your
hild to the Talmud Torah office
at 9:45 Sunday morning.
Three poems of his own compo-
sition were recited at the Sunday
morning assembly by our school
poet, Harold Herman. Rema Sou
Pickus recited "A Child's Prayer;"
Natalie Olshen "A Mortifying
Mistake!"
In preparation for Chamisho Os
sor, our children will be taught
Chamisho Ossor (Jewish Arbor
Day) songs next Sunday morning.
Plans for the Purim Entertain-
ment by our school will be pub-
lished shortly. All the money
brought by children to next Sun-
day's morning sessions will be giv-
"n to the Federation of Jewish
Welfare Funds.
MINMONAIRES
The first weekday meeting of
our Minnionaires was held Wed.
nesday evening at the synagogue.
Organization plans were diSCUB-
Minnionaires will meet for their
sed; temporary officers were el-
regular Sunday morning service at
9:00 o'clock. All boys between
t'-ic ages of 13 and 18 are invited
to come to this minyan and join
.he organization.
"Mad Marshall" Goldberg will
continue as Jewry's outstanding
athlete through 1939, at least.
"Biggie," who has been a Jewish
Ail-American for three years and
unanimous choice of the nation
for the past two, will play profes-
sional football with the Chicago
Cardinals next year. He probably
will be the country's outstanding
footballer in 1939.
We bring you this cheerful bit
of earful from a source o secre-
tive we don't even know it our-
selves. But Mad Marshall will be
back on the sport scene next year
Goldberg wants to play pro
football. The Cardinals want
him. Chicago fans want him.
Only the matter of a few dollars
maybe a few thousands, but what
do we care about money ? stand
between Goldberg and his pro grid
contract. This will be settled
sometime before the Cardinals
start their fall training next Au-
gust. Goldberg will be playing
under one of the finest coaches in
the gameErnie Nevers. the for-
mer Stanford All-American, who
knows a few fullbacking tricks
himself. He was signed to take
over the Chicago team just a few
weeks ago.
Already he is elated at the
prospect of coaching "Biggie."
whom he will use at left halfback,
where Goldberg glittered (all that
glitters is Goldberg!) two years
ago.
Marshall at present is a member
of the East All-Stars, who played
the Western All-Stars in San
Francisco last January 2nd. in the
annual Shrine benefit game. Sid
Roth Cornell's All-American guard
and a member of four Jewish All-
American team, is also a member
of the squad. Roth was drafted
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Mrs. Herbert S. Goldstein, nat-
ected and committees chosen. Our
ional president of the Women's
Branch of the Union of Orthodox
Congregations of Amercia. expres-
sed her enthusiasm over the plan;
of our Habanoth to purchase Hal)
anoth sweaters for the members
of the organization. She hopes
that this idea may be accepted by
Habanoth clubs throughout the
country, and that the National
Habanoth uniform will be pattern-
i ed on our model.
Phins for a Purim Entertain-
ment were discussed at the last
meeting. A report was rendered
by the project committee on the
progress that had been made to-
ward the purchase of a beautiful
"Ner Tomid," a perpetual light,
to be placed above the new Aron
Kodeshwhich the Habanoth has
decided to give as this year's con-
tribution to our synagogue.
Two new members were taken
into the organization. Girls be-
tween the ages of 12 and 15 are
welcomed into the group. The
next meeting of the Habanoth will
be held at the home of their spon-
sor, Mrs. M. Mescheloff, next
Monday evening at 7:00 o'clock.
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The President Speaks
For America
by the pro-footballers, too, but
may not play .
ALSO OUTSTANDING
With Goldberg drafted by the
Cardinals and Sid Luckman, the
gem of Columbia, by the Bears.
Chicago will have the two bright-
est Jewish stars in pro football.
Sid was drawn by Pittsburgh, wh(
had a prior agreement to turn him
over to the Bears in a deal that
sent Eggs Manske to Pittsburgh
Luckman, eastern critics hold
is one of the grandest gents in
football. Unfortunately, his Co-
lumbia mates weren't such hot
tamales o nthe gridiron. Sid, sail'
one football writer, is as good as
Goldberg. He's just as a#o runner and a much superi^t pas
ser. He should be a great pro
fessional playerif he will play
There's the catchwill Luckman
day professional football ?
The answer, again, is yes. Sid
was advised, presumably. by
friends of the New York Giants
to say he would play pro football.
That, the advisors figured, would
throw other pro teams off his
trail and enable the Giants to sign
Him at their leisure. Surely, Sir1
would be a gigantic drawing care1
in the Polo Grounds.
Butthe other clubs were tak
:ng no chances. They wanted
Luckman, whether he said h'
would play or not. And so Pitts
burgh, getting second choice in th'
oro league draft, immediate].1
erabbed Mr. Luckman. and thenci
shipped him off to the Bears.
OUT AT FIRST
Phil Weintraub, who did -n nea'
iob of hanging basehits for the
Philadelphia Phillies last season
is out in the cold again. Wallop
ing Weintraub, who smacked i.
neat and gaudy .310 for the Phils
was released to Mnneapolis but
will not report "With all the
National League clubs looking foi
a first-baseman," reasons Phil,
"something is screwy someplace
President Roosevelt's message
to the 76th Congress of the Unit-
ed States was a display of politi-
cal wisdom and well-planned stat-
esmanship. With an eye on the
disturbances throughout the world
President Roosevelt let it be
known that the American peonle
will fight those foree"' which try
to find a hold in this country pnd
which try to bore from w'hin
in an attemnt to break down the
principles of democracy and free-
dom. The President's present for-
eign nolicy is no longer a passive
one but stronglv militant. The
position of the United States is
clear end includes our nosition not
only within our own borders but
throughout the entire American
world.
A The greater part of the Presi-
^nt's messaA concerned foreign
problems an this nation th strengthen itself
against dictatorships against those
nations which seek more territory
and against those elements which
have gained some success by sub-
versive and un-American activity
through subtle propaganda. In no
way did he mention the totalitar-
ian nations by name but his
thoughts on persecution and poli-
cies of ruthlessness and conquest
were anparent This government
is ready t.> assume a larger share
of the responsibilities which fall
to a great and powerful nation.
The American people have watch-
ed the totalitarian threat mount-
ing against the sky and are pre-
pared for decisive measures, with-
out truolence and without blus-
ter, by arming for action wher-
ever and whenever action may be
necessary.
and I can't see how the other sev-
en clubs waived on me." Phil has
taken his case to Commissioner
Landis, and is awaiting a decis-
ion. Last year. Landis ruled that
the Cardinals, in a similar case,
could not send Pitcher Roy Hen-
shaw to the minors. Off that de-
cision, Weintraub figures to re-
main in the big time.
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FAGE EIGHT
tttie JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
FRIDAY, JANUABY 13
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
are being made for the formation
of a new beginner's class to start
on February 1st. The Sunday
School is making considerable
progress and term examinations
are scheduled for the Sundays of
January 22nd and 29th.
BUILDING FROM WITHIN
Never before in the history of
American Israel was the time so
auspicious and the circumstances
so compelling, as in our day for
religious recredecence and for
spiritual reawakening- Our chil-
dren are reminded of their Jew-
ishness with its imminent martyr-
dom and glory wherever they turn.
The newspaper and the radio and
of late even the screen fairly
abound with news of Jewish signfr
ficance. Ours therefore is the tasjd
and responsibility to ifob* them
with loyalty and pride, ft incul-
cate them with the enthusiasm
that comes with inspired religion.
Let our chiKfren learn the beauty
and meaning of our faith, lest
they be victims of the delusion
that Judaism is synonomous with
suffering alone. In this stupen-
dous enterprise we find our relig-
ious school the best and most ef-
ficient medium.
On last Sunday our children
were taught the laws and Brocho
of lighting candles on Friday eve.
We trust that many of our girls,
nay even the boys, brought that
instruction home to their mothers
and many a Jewish home which
heretofore was darkened on Sab-
bath eve because of the ignorance
and indifference of our elders will
now once more shine forth with
the glory and the beauty of our
faith. Thus shall we behold the
words of Isiah come true:
"Arise and shine for thee thy
light has come
And the glory of the Lord is
risen upon thee."
RELIGIOUS FORUM
The Friday evening religious
forum will be dedicated entirely
on this coming Friday evening,
January 13th to the problems and
purposes of the Miami Jewish
Federation. Rabbi Kellner will
speak on the subject: "The Half-
way Mark." A discussion will be
held after the lecture and congre-
gational songs will be led by the
boys of the Hebrew School. Af-
ter the discussion refreshments
are served by a committee from
the Ladies Auxiliary in charge of
Mrs. Kagan. Another important
feature of these religious forums
is the fact that they are of ex-
actly one hour's duration, from
8:30 to 9:30.
HABANOTH NOTES
A combined meeting of the
three Habanoth units will be held
in the synagogue on Tuesday,
January 17th at 3:45 p. m. Mr.
Charles Rosenthal will be the
guest speaker and will address the
meeting on the subject "Ours Is
the Task." The purpose of the
joint meeting is to decide on the
program which the three units
will present on Sunday night,
March 12th. This promises to be
a most ambitious and promising
venture and we respectfully urge
our many friends to reserve the
evening for this purpose.
NEW SYNAGOGUE GROUP IS
FORMED
A Chevrah Thilim was formed
under the sponsorship of Rabbi
Kellner and a committee of men
from the ranks of local daily wor-
shippers. The purpose of the new
group include the fostering of
the study of the Psalms and their
recitations, the purchase of a new
SforA. for the synagogue and
charity for needy people. A public
function for the installation of
officers will be held shortly
St. Petersburg
(Continued from Page It...
one of the most distinguished
younger Rabbis of present-day
Germany, will be the principal
speaker for installation of B'nai
B'rith Lodge officers at Congrega-
tion B'nai Israel. The officers to
be installed by Morris S. Uman,
Tampa District Grand Lodge No.
5 representative include: M. Alan
Friedman, president; Arnold Ar-
gintar, vice-president; Abraham
Sierkese, treasurer; Harry Cypen,
REFUO SHLEMO
We pray for the speedy recov-
ery of Mr. D. Simon and Miss
Margaret Kaplan both victims of
automobile accidents. We rejoice
to know that they left the hospital
and that both are on the road to
complete recovery.
LADIES AUXILIARY
A regular meeting will be held
on Tuesday, January 17th in the
synagogue when reports will be
rendered by the standing commit-
tees and assignments will be made
for the three forthcoming major
functions. The package party on
January 22nd, the Purim Ball on
February 15th and the dinner on
March 19th.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS
The Hebrew School classes are
conducted daily from 3:30 until
6:30 o'clock and arrangements
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