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The Florida Federation of B'nai
k*rith Lodges has selected Rabbi
).. id Max Eichhorn of Texarkana
exas,. to officiate as Rabbi, spir.
ual leader and cultural director
the 250 Jewish Students at the
Diversity of Florida, Gainesville,
the 75 Jewish Students at the
ite College for Women at Tal-
Florida Federation of B'nai
rith Lodges at its convention in
tst Palm eBach on September
i, 1938, appointed a Student Un-
Committee with Harry Simon-
Iff of Miami, as Chairman, to
pvide a Rabbi and instructor of
Ibrew Literature and Jewish His-
ly for the Jewish students at
Ih institutions. Rabbi Eichhorn
}epted the call of the Florida
jjeration of B'nai B'rith Lodges
will assume his duties on Feb.
|ry 1st, 1939, dividing his time
veen both Colleges. Rabbi
hhorn resigned his pulpit at
fcarkana which he held since
to take charge of the Jewish
ients in Florida.
Rabbi Eichhorn was born at Co-
jmbia, Pa., June 16th, 1906, grad-
aated at the Hebrew Union Col-
ege, Cincinnati, Ohio, and received
^he Degree of Doctor of Divinity.
ie also graduated from the Uni-
versity of Cincinnati with the De-
tree of Bachelor of Arts. He be-
came Rabbi of Sinai Temple,
ringfield, Mass., and resigned
lis post to come to Texarkana in
the year 1934.
The Jewish Students of both in-
stitutions in Florida expressed a
|strong desire to have a spiritual
leader on both campuses. Rabbi
lEichhorn is qualified for this work
[in that he has had long experience
If a teacher and organizer of stu-
Mr. Simonhoff states that the
[members of the B'nai B'rith Lodg-
les throughout Florida have expres-
|sed a keen satisfaction in having
obtained the services of Rabbi
Sichhorn who is specially quali-
fied for this post.
Executive Committee of B 'nai
B'rith Holds Annual Meeting
Washington, D. C.A redoub-
ling of Jewish efforts on behalf
of Palestine and "a reconsecration
to the program of upbuilding Pal-
estine" because "it offers unques-
tionably the greatest single oppor-
tunity for resettlement of a sub-
stantial number of our unfortunate
co-religionists, if, as we hope, the
present political difficulties may
be ameliorated," was called for by
Henry Monsky, of Omaha, Nebras-
ka, President of B'nai B'rith, in
his presidential report to the an-
nual meeting of the organization's
Executive Committee which met at
the Mayflower Hotel, January 29th
and 30th- "Many projects," he
said, "have been proposed for col-
onization and resettlement of the
victims of Nazi persecution, some
of them wholly visionary and im-
practical, others with some appar-
ent merit. These proposals call
for careful study and considera-
tion, but in my opinion the pres-
ent Jewish crisis demands a re-
doubling of efforts on behalf of
Touching upon the general Jew-
ish situation abroad, Mr. Monsky
asserted that the Jew is suffering
because the totalitarian states
recognize that "with his traditional
passion for righteousness and so-
cial Justice the Jew is an obstacle
in the path of agression, destruc-
tion and devastation" they are pur-
suing in their struggle against the
democracies, and "therefore they
must be removed." In consequence
Mr. Monsky said, the Jew, "as the
victim of totalitarian outrages oc-
cupies an heroic role in the present
crisis which confronts our civili-
In his first formal report to the
Executive Committee since his
election to the B'nai B'rith presi-
dency in May. 1938, Mr. Monsky
attributed an unprecedented in.
crease in the organization's mem-
bership during 1938 to "the grow-
ing awareness of the vital issues
which face the Jewish people" and
who are turning to B'nai B'rith
"as the great unifying force in
Israel and as the best equipped,
with experience and organization
facilities, to minister to their
Deploring the fact that "too
many of our people are Jewishly
uninformed and indifferent," Mr.
Monsky declared "it is our task
to produce interest on the part of
Jews in the place of lethargy;
pride of achievement and hope in
the place of self-pity and hope-
lessness. It is our duty to strive
for a better and more thorough,
going organization of Jfwish life.
No agency offers a more far-vis-
ioned and broader platform of
service that does B'nai B'rith.
A record-breaking 1938 paid-up
membership of 64,000 organized in
512 lodges in the United States
and Canada, a 27 percent increase
over 1937, carried the membership
of B'nai B'rith and its affiliates
past the 100,000 mark last year,
Maurice Bisgyer, secretary, told
the Executive Committee.
An expenditure in excess of
$30,000 for aid to refugees from
Central and Eastern Europe was
also reported by Mr. Bisgyer-
Members of groups who have
suffered from persecution, includ-
The far-reaching contributions
of Jewish immigrants from all
parts of the world to the social,
cultural, economic and political de-
velopment of the United States
will be dramatized Sunday after-
noon, February 5th over 98 sta-
tions of the Columbia Broadcast-
The nation-wide broadcast is
sponsored by the U. S. Office of
Education, Department of the In-
terior, with the cooperation of the
Service Bureau for Intercultural
Education, and other educational
agencies. The program may be
heard at 2:00 p. m. EST.
Beginning with the part played
in the first voyage of Columbus
by men of Jewish birth, the broad-
cast will go on to dramatize the
landing of Jewish immigrants at
New Amsterdamin 1654 when
285 refugeees driven from Brazil
were finally allowed by Governor
Stuyvesant and the government at
Holland to make their home in the
The victims of persecution, much
in the manner of English Puri-
tans, Quakers and Catholics, Jew.
ish immigrants helped notably in
the fight for American indepen-
The career of patriot Haym Sol-
omon who helped contribute $400,-
000 to Washington's cause will be
dramatized Sunday, as well as
that of Uriah Levy, Commodore in
the U. S. Navy in the War of 1812.
The broadcast will tell how thous-
ands of privates and officers of
Jewish faith fought in the Civil
War, and of the many American
Jews decorated for valor in the
Dramatizing the broad panor-
oma of nearly 300 years of Jewish
participation in American life, the
(Continued on Page Four)
ing "some isolated Jews," are
"chasing rainbow phantoms when
they hope for any government oth-
er than that of a true democracy"
as a means of bettering their con-
dition, Sigmund Livingston, of
Chicago, chairman of the B'nai
B'rith Anti-Defamation League,
declared in his report.
Mr. Livingston called for a con-
tinuation of B'nai B'rith's educa-
tional program in combatting sub-
versive activities, declaring "we
must expose, every falsehood. We
have nothing to fear from truth,
but everything to fear from false-
Richard E. Gudstadt, director of
the Anti-Defamation League, as-
serted that among the large num-
ber of anti-Semitic organizations
now functioning in the United
States, 150 are operating under the
guise of being "patriotic socie-
ties." He emphasized that "anti-
Semitism in America is a growing
manifestation, and, as such, it af-
fects everyone who now enjoys the
blessings guaranteed under our
Constitution and the Bill of
Rights." The report pointed out,
however, that "other minority
groups have begun to see anti-
Semitism as the entering wedge
whereby despots seek to tyrannize
all people." **
Dr. Abraham L. Saehar, national
director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations, laid stress on the ex-
pansion of their extension service
to small university centers near
the existing Foundations. He also
called attention to the great in.
terest in refugee assistance among
Hillel students, his report declar-
ing that 35 refugee students are
living on the campuses where
there are Hillel Foundations, the
latter having arranged with Jew-
ish fraternities and sororities to
provide the refugees with room,
board, tuition and personal ex-
B'nai B'rith's Junior Order,
Aleph Zadik Aleph, had 6,604 ac-
tive members and 6,149 alumni
members in 259 chapters at the
close of 1938, Sam Beber, presi-
dent of the A. Z. A. Supreme Ad-
visory Council reported.
Establishment at McGill Univer-
sity, in Montreal, Canada, of the
13th B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
the first Canadian link in the net-
work of cultural, religious and
social centers maintained by B'nai
B'rith through its Wider Scope
Fund on college campuses for Jew.
ish college youth, was authorized
this week by the B'nai B'rith Exe-
cutive Committee at its annual
meeting in the Mayflower Hotel.
A program designed to popular-
ize interest in and stimulate re-
dedication to the Bill of Rights of
the Federal Constitution during
1939, which marks the opening of
the 150th year of the adoption of
Congress of the first ten amend-
ments to the Constitution, will be
made a cardinal feature of the ac-
tivities of the 512 B'nai B'rith
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New York, N. Y.Dr. Israel
Goldstein, noted American Zionist
leader, was elected to serve his
sixth consecutive term in the
Presidency of the Jewish National
Fund of America, as the repre-
sentatives of all Zionist groups in
the United States met on Thurs-
day, January 26th, to reconstitute
an administration of the Fund's ac-
tivities for the year 1939.
The administration of the Jew.
ish National Fund, which is the
American branch of the Keren
Kayemeth Le Israel, the world-
wide Zionist fund-raising instru-
mentality for the acquisition of
the soil of Palestine as national
property, was formed to include
an Administrative Committee of
13 members and a Board of 45 Di-
rectors. Louis Rimsky, New York
merchant, was elected treasurer.
Rabbi I. M. Kowalsky, vice-presi-
dent of the American Mizrachi
Zionist Organization, associate
treasurer, and Louis Segal, secre-
tary of the Jewish National Work-
ers' Alliance of America, was chos-
en honorary secretary. Mendel N.
Fisher was named executive di-
rector. The Administrative Com-
mittee is composed, in addition to
the officers, of the following mem-
bers: Samuel Bonchek, David Frei-
berger, Leib Glantz, Mrs. Israel
Goldstein, Yichiel Greenberg, Max
Hagler, Dr. Harris J. Levine, Sam.
uel Markewich and Mrs. Herman
Dr. Solomon Goldman, president
of the Zionist Organization of
America, Dr. Stephen S. Wise.
Louis Lipsky, American member of
the World Zionist Executive,
Judge Morris Rothenberg, cochair-
man of the Council of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine, David Wer-
theim, secretary of the Poale Zion-
Zeire Zion, the Zionist Socialist
Party, Leon Gellman, president of
the Mizrachi, the Orthodox Zionist
Organization of America, are
among the members of the Board.
Union Is Planning
CincinnatiPlans for a ten-year
crusade for democracy were laid
at the conclusion of the 36th Coun.
cil of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations. The Union
is the parent body of Reform Juda-
ism, made up of 294 congregations
throughout the United States and
Canada. The ten-year program
will reach a climax in the Union's
seventy-fifth anniversary, in 1948.
"These next ten years are to be
devoted to a greater effort to ren-
der even greater service," said
President Robert P. Goldman of
Cincinnati. "This is the duty of
every religious, social and cultural
group in a modern state. We
must man the trenches in the fight
for American democracy against .-
every kind of foreign 'ism," wheth-ip-
er it be Communism, Fascism or _.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Sandier
of Milwaukee, Wis., announce the
birth of a baby son January 31st-
The bris will take place February
7th at which time the baby will
be named. Mrs. Harry Simons
of Miami and mother of Mrs.
Sandier, is visiting with her daugh-
ter and son-in-law.
A monument in memory of Mrs.
Esther Bernstein was unveiled at
the Fort Lauderdale cemetery last
Sunday with Rabbi Mescheloff
conducting the services.
The wedding of Miss Lillian
Landau and Sidney Leavitt took
place recently at-thi home of
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff who offi-
ciated at the ceremony at which
the staff of the Floridian Hotel
were in attendance.
TO BE HELD
The annual Purim Ball sponsor-
ed by the Beth David Sisterhood
will be held Tuesday evening, Feb-
ruary 14th at the Miahi Shrine
Temple. Mrs. J. Engler, general
chairman, will be assisted by the
following chairmen: Mrs- Morris
Badanes, cake booth; Mrs. L J.
Hartz, Mrs. Harry L. Mandell and
Mrs. Harry Sootin, refreshments;
Mrs. Sol Weinkle, door committee;
Mrs. Sol Rotfort and Mrs. Harry
Wasserman, ticket committee.
Tickets may be obtained from any
Sunday evening, February 5th
at the Hotel Evans a chorus of
forty voices, composed of the fea-
tured singers in every state of the
South, will be presented in the
garden patio. Dancing and the
regular Sunday evening vaudeville
Monday night the Hotel Evans
will innovate a four hour horse-
back moonlight ride through the
tropical country and some of the
dude ranches in this area. During
the reit period dancing and en-
tertainment will be enjoyed. This
will be a new feature every Mon.
Tuesday evening a moon-light
sail to Tahiti Beach will take place
followed by swimming, a picnic
and a program of entertainment.
Thursday evening an amateur
show will take place in the garden
patio of the hotel with a special
engagement in some of the lead-
ing theatres throughout the coun-
try awarded to the winners.
Friday evening the National
Council of Jewish Women will hold
a program and lecture in the
Spanish ballroom of the hotel with
several prominent speakers on the
CONCERT TO BE
Mr. Abraham Bramson an-
nounces that his eighth annual
concert will be given Sunday ev.
ening, March 12th at 8:15 o'clock
at the Beth David auditorium. De-
tails of the concert will follow in
next week's issue.
In honor of Rabbi Dr. Lazar
Schonfeld, former chief rabbi in
Transylvania and now Rabbi of the
Fox Street Synagogue of the
Bronx, N. Y., will be held Saturday
evening, February 4th at the home
of Mr. Goldberg, 337 Washington
Avenue. All friends are cordially
invited to attend.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Beth Jacob Sisterhood will be
held Monday evening, February!
6th at the Synagogue. Guest]
speaker of the evening will be
Mrs. John Rissman of Chicago,
who will speak on "Why Pales,
tine." Cantor Maurice Mamches
will chant several Chamisho Os-
GIRL IS ENGAGED
The engagement of Miss Evelyn
Marks, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Marks of 1788
N. W. 15th at., and Ben B.
Clein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
WlUiam Clein of 1860 W.
Fourth St., Is announced m HMfc
Miss Marks was graduated from
Miami senior high school. Mr.
Clein was graduated from
Georgia Military academy and
attended the University of
Georgia. He Is a member of
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
WE ARE THE
IN THE GREATER
JEWISH FUNERAL HOME1
710 S. W. 12th Avenue
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Schwartz, will be Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning, February 4th
at 9:00 o'clock at the Beth David
Synagogue. A reception will
follow the services in the Talmud
Torah. All friends are invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenfeld an-
nounce the birth of a baby daugh-
ter, Ida Mae, January 13th at the
Victoria Hospital. Both mother
and baby are doing fine.
HAYES WOOD SPEAKS
AT Y. M. H. A.
At the monthly Forum meeting
held last Tuesday evening at the
Y., Mr. Hayes Wood, county and
state tax collector, presented an
interesting address on the subject
"Taxations and its Administra-
tion." Mr. Wood stressed demo-
cratic principles behind the system
of taxation which is prevalent in
the United States and outlined the
historical development of methods
used the collections and assess-
ment of taxes. He also outlined
a plan for the simplification of
tax receipt blanks which he will
present in Tallahassee at a ses.
sion in the near future. His ad-
dress was illustrated by specific
examples and letters received from
Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman
have as their house guests their
niece, Miss Rose Goldberg, and
Mr. and Mrs. Isador Schwartz of
New York | Mr. Schwartz was the
former flyweight boxing champion
of the world in 1927-29 and fought
under the name of Corporal Izzy
Schwartz. They will remain bere
for several weeks.
A. Z. A. TO CONDUCT
The Aleph Zadek Aleph, Junior
B'nai B'rith, will conduct the Fri-
day evening, February 3rd service-
es at the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation with Oscar Rappa-
port, chairman of the Religious
committee, in charge of the ser-
vices. Ted Plant will deliver the
sermon. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner
will address the Congregation and
Milton A. Friedman, national dep.
uty of A. Z. A., will give a brief
address. Also participating in the
services will be other A. Z. A-
members. Refreshments will be
served. The public is cordially in-
vited to attend.
An A. Z. A. smoker for pledges
and prospects will be held at the
home of Danny Richter, 1893
Southwest Tenth Street, Monday
evening, February 6th. All pros-
pects are invited to be present.
Plans for the future include a
dance and a Patriotic Day celebra-
tion in conjunction with one Chris-
tian Youth organization to be held
February 22nd. Details of the af-
fair will be announced at a latar
Miss Sylvia Shapiro, daughtet
of Mrs. Beasie Teller, i8 now cfln
valescing at her home on Miami
Beach following a serious
The Road to Health*
318 Collins Ave.Miami Beach j
Food Scientifically Prepared I
served by j
I. ALTMAN & JEAN LEE
New York Dietitians
The National Council of Jewish
Women held a luncheon at the
Hotel Evans for the benefit of
German Refugee children, with
Mrs. Ida Optner in charge of ah
rangements. The program includ-
ed many noted speakers.
Plans are being completed for
the annual Purim Dance -ponsoi-
ed by the Ladies Auxiliary 0f the
Miami Jewish Orthodox ( T^reea-
tion to be held Wednesday even.
ing, February'15th at the Miami
Woman's Club, 1737 North Bay-
shore Drive. Featured dm ing the
evening will be the crownng 0f
Queen Esther and all organixt.
tions are requested to Bend repre-
sentatives. Tickets may be ob-
tained from all members.
A large number of vigil ri a;-
tended the meeting of .Tii-.iur Ha-
dassah last Monday, several of
whom spoke on the activities of
their respective chapters. Mrs.
Edward Roth, membership ,.hair-
man and Mrs. Aaron Fair. Youth
Aliyah chairman gave rep >rts.
Miss Flora Westrich, chairman
of the annual bridge to be held
the first week in March and Mrs.
Ralph Grossman, chairman of the
rummage sale to be held uurinj
this month, announced plans for
Mrs. Irving Querjdy. aiiu Miss
Jeanette Kronenfeld were chosen
as delegates from the Miami Unit
to the Southern Regional Confer.
ence convening in Atlanta on
February 4th, 5th and 6th. when
the Atlanta Chapters of Junior
and Senior Hadassah will be hos-
Mrs. Krick presented Miss lima
Bernstein in a group of foldings.
and conducted an alarm cl k dis-
cussion on subjects pertinent to
the work of the organization, priz-
es for which were won by Miss
Anita Bernstein, Mrs. A! l.irko-
witz and Miss Rose D;
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1939
VOtUME 12NUMBER 5
BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL
Turn Your Back and I'll Show You How
It Works '
In these trying times, self-respect demands that every Jew
rise up and assume his share of the burden of all i*vry. Today,
with the world situation as it is. Jews must realize more than
ever, that united oction and the full force of all man power
available is needed to combat the ugly forces constantly rising
against our people.
B'nai B'rith .... now embarking on its first nation-wide
membership drve, wants to enroll every eligible Jew in its Sup-
port of its positive program of Jewish action. Through its
agencies for good-will, culture, defense, youth training and social
service, B'nai B'rith has long been in the front of every con-
structive and wholesome Jewish movement.
With more than one hundred and fifty so-called social or-
ganisation* spreading hate and preaching intolerance, and other
problems confronting us both locally and nationally.......
membership in B'nai B'rith offers a fine opportunity to serve
both Americanism and Judaism .... The Jew who can proud-
ly say he is a loyal Ben Brith can also say he is a loyal Jew.
And we have need today of all the loyal Jews we can find, for
loyalty to Jewry is loyalty to Ood and country.
The static of the ozone brings
us some interesting news behind
the news this week. We have it
on sound authority that the offi-
cers of Sholem Lodge have been
holding meetings three or four
times a week, working diligently
in formulating plans for carrying
out an extensive B'nai B'rith pro-
gram^j&rJng the present year. The
followmjr'tfcmmittee chairmen have
been appointed to serve this year:
Harry Simonhoff Anti-Defama-
Nathan AdelmanA. Z. A. Com-
Matthew S. BandlerMember-
Leo Eisenstein and Walter Jac.
Issaac LevinFinance Commit-
Leo RobinsonArbitration Com-
R. R. AdlerRefreshments Com-
H. M. DrevichSick and Visit-
ing Committee (Miami)
Sol GoldstromSick and Visit-
ing Committee (Miami Beach.)
Sidney L. Segall and Dr. Charles
A meeting of the National Co-
ordinating Committee was held
Monday, January 30th at the Ur-
mey Hotel at which time Miss
Rose Dukore of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women was the
guest speaker. The Co-Ordinating
committee consists of members of
B'nai B'rith, Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau and National Council of Jew-
The Beth Jacob Congregation
will hold a specie** meeting Tues-
day evening, February 7th in the
vestry rooms of the synagogue. AH
members are urged to attend as
important business will be trans-
The birthday anniversary of the
Temple Israel Sisterhood will be
celebrated at a dessert bridge on
Monday afternoon, February 6th,
at 1:00 o'clock at the Park Cen-
tral Hotel. In charge of arrange-
ments is Mrs. Joseph Williamson,
chairman, who is being assisted by
Mesdames Frank Coret, Alex
Goldstein, Mendel Cromer, Rudolph
Rothchild, A. Kanner, Gordon Da-
vis and Eva Plant. Reservations
may be made with any member of
the committee. _
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
"NIGHT OF STARS"
COMMITTEE BEGINS WORK
Jack Dempsey and Joe E. Lewis
were officially named to the en-
tertainment committee of the fifth
presentation of the Night of Stars
to be given at the Olympia Thea-
tre February 20th, R. R. Adler,
president of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau announced yesterday. The
former heavyweight and veteran
comedian have aided in the past
performances and were named in
recognition of their services.
A brilliant aggregation of night
,-lub entertainers, musicale, stage,
*creen and sport stars will appear
>n the program. In years prev-
iously, every important headline
,iame appearing or vacationing in
this area has attended-
Funds derived from the perform-
ance go towards .the supporting of
the activities of the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau which takes care of
the needy and sick of the commu-
nity. Since November the organ-
nation has been operating on boy-1
rowed funds in order not to curtail
Mrs. Bertha Levy, chairman of
the ticket committee, has announc-
ed the appointment of Col. Abe
Hallow, Mrs. Maurice Jacobs and
Mrs. Estelle Schram as her co-
hairmen. She reported that tick-
ets may be secured either from
the committee or by calling 5.1928-
The installation of officers of
the Jewish War Veterans took
The next regular business meet-
ing of Sholem Lodge will be held
Tuesday evening, February 14th.
Permanent quartets for this year
are the spacious club rooms of the
Miami Elk's Lodge, which has gra-
ciously offered the use for our
Lodge meetings. A most interest-
ing meeting is expected- All
Brothers should remember to at-
tend. The Elks Lodge is located
on East Flagler Street and Third
Avenue. Committees will be nam-
ed and delegates will be elected
to the Convention at Charleston,
S. C, February 26th and 27th.
The spirit of cooperation dis-
played by our "Ben Brith" Broth-
ers by their participation as active
workers in the recent "Federation
drive is evidence of Sholem
Lodge's keen interest in all Jewish
problems and worthy causes. The
awakened interest is timely Our
efforts should not cease with a
Federation drive. Your writer
ventures the prediction that Broth-
ers "BB" will join and become af-
filiated with the Zionist movement
now gaining momentum in Amer-
ica since th* recent European
Jewish crisis in an attempt to
present to Great Britain a united
front on the part of all American
place Thursday evening at the Ala-
mac Hotel, Miami Beach. Carl
Calvin, commander-elect of St.
Paul, Minn, Post 162 was installed
by Dorie Worth, national comman-
der. The Freda Markowitz Post
and Auxiliary, West Palm Beach
and Orlando Posts were installed
by Commander Worth and Harry
Wengrow, Atlanta, national vice-
commander. Malvina V. Freeman
of Mount Vernon, N. Y., inducted
officers of the Auxiliary. Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman was toast-
master. A program of entertain-
ment was presented. Dancing fol-
That attack on Catholich church
property in Nazilaznd which we
predicted a couple of months ago
is coming closer and closer. .
The Nazi chieftains have to do
something quick to keep the
minds of the Germans off their
empty bellies. Now that Goeb-
bels is practically^ut of the Nazi
propaganda ministry. Hitler's am-
bassadress of Kultur, Leni Rief-
enstahl, is preparing to return to
Naziland. What sort of recep-
tion she'll get after her unsuc-
cessful American tour is some-
thing we won't venture to fore-
tell, but if Hitler takes our ad-
vice he'll listen carefully to what
she has to say about American
opinion on Nazidom. Hitler's
gagging of the Scandinavian press
is growing apace .... As for the
German pressto make sure that
the poor business situation in the
Reich dosen't interfere with the
profits of the official Nazi news-
papers owned by big cheeses, the
government is readying a decree
stopping the publication of com-
peting sheets on the grounds of
a woodpulp shortage. .
It's the French Foreign Office
which gave financial support to
the Nazi party in the days when
even the Germans recognized Hit-
ler as just a beer-brawler, it is
reported by Paul Allard. ... De-
spite the noise about France be-
ing floo*kl with German refugees,
the fact is that of the 3,000,000
foreigners in France only slightly
over two -per cent are refugees
from Hitlerland. Italians, Poles
and White Russians make up 50
per cent of this foreign population.
. Tokyo has long been a pal of
Berlin and Rome, but doesn't pre-
vent the Harbin Jewish Life, Man-
chukuo publication, from running
an article on the benefits Japan's
invasion of China has conferred on
the Far East. Among other
things Hitler has destroyed is the
traditional Viennese waltz.....
Whereas in former years at least
half a dozen fine waltzes would
come annually from the Danube
city, this past year has brought
none, the present atmosphere
there being conducive to the crea-
ation of martial music only. .
WERE TELLING YOU
The increased watchfulness of
Uncle Sam over the activities of
Nazi diplomats and other, repre-
sentatives her* has- already
brought results. Berlin recent-
ly cabled orders to lay off for a
while. But only for a while,
Uncle. A couple of the stooges
who make it their business to at-
tend newsreels for the purpose of
applauding Nazatrocities got their
lesson the other day in a Broadway
filmery, when the rest of the au-
dience at a March of Time refu-
gee newsreel showing gave physi-
cal evidence of its indignation. .
Despite protests by ranking screen
players, who are fed up with the
Nazis, Hollywoodworried over
the totalitarian efforts to capture
the world film markethas enter-
ed into the barter arrangements
so beloved by the axial triangle,
and is taking German herrings,
Italian marble and Japanese silk
in exchange for its celluloid pro-
ducts. And what's this about
Senator Robert Reynolds of North
Carolina planning to make a
speech in praise of Hitler in the
YOU SHOULD KNOW
One Charles E. Blum of New
York has suggested the floating
of a bond issue in this country for
j the purchase of large tracts of
sparsely populated government-
owned land in the continental U.
S. and for the settlement there o*
refugees in agricultural colonies
modeled on those in "Palestine. ..
Refugees would have to pledge
themselves to live on the land for
at least five years. The bond
issue, which Mr. Blum thinks ought
to amount to a quarter or a half
billion dollars, would also finance
the bringing over of additional ref-
ugees. ... A million and a quar-
ter of the $20,000,000 fund decided
upon at the Washington Confer-
ence a couple of weeks ago is al-
ready on hand, half a million each
having been contributed by Ber-
nard M. Baruch and William Ros.
enwald, with Henry Ittelson chip-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1939
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
1M5 8. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KBLLNKR, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-6192
A. Z. A. SABBATH
The Friday evening: Religious
Torum will be conducted by the
Miami Chapter of the A. Z. A.,
which is an organisation of boys
also known popularly at the Ju-
nior B'nai B "nth. Oscar Rappa
port will lead the service, Irving-
Ginsburg will lead in the congre-
gational singing and the sermon
will be preached by Teddy Plant.
Greetings on behalf of the Con-
gregation will be extended by Mr.
H. M. Drevich, president. The
services start promptly at 8:30 and
a most cordial invitation is extend,
ed to all.
Arrangements ae being com-
pleted for the forthcoming annual
Purim Ball which will be held in
the spacious and lovely ballroom
of the Miami Woman's Club, a
beautiful place which towers ma-
jestically over Biscayne Bay. A
first class dance orchestra will
furnish music and a very fine floor
show will be presented and a spec-
ial committee is in charge of the
preparations for refresh m e n t
booths and sale of drinks. Tickets
can be obtained from any member
of the Auxiliary.
BOARD OP DIRECTORS
A meeting of the Board of Di-
rectors of the Congregation will
be held on Thursday night, Febru-
ary 7th, at which time a prelimi-
nary report will be brought in by
the Building Committee.
MIZRACHI TO MEET
The local chapter of the Mie-
rachi will meet on Wednesday,
February 8th, in the synagogue
when a well known and prominent
member of the prominent National
Mizrachi movement will bring
Ephriam Caplan, noted
Jewish journalist and staff mem-
ber of the Jewish Morning Jour-
nal, and Rabbi Sadowski, Mizrachi
leader, of Rochester. N. Y, will
be guests of honor at the meeting.
We chronicle with profound re-
grets the passing of our dear sis-
ter, Mrs. Rose Wechsler and we
extend to her bereaved family our
sincere and heartfelt condolences.
We report with a great deal of
anxiety the illness of Rabbi Juda
Lazarow and we pray to the Al-
mighty that he be granted a
speedy and complete recovery.
The Talmud Class meeting week,
ly on Saturday afternoons has as
its guest Rev. Dr. S- R. Weiss who
gave a Shuir on Slichcus.
The three groups are preparing
for their forthcoming Purim per-
formance and festival which will
be the season's outstanding af-
fair. Each of the three units will
be presented in a distinct part yet
the three together will be blended
into one beautiful and harmonious
entity. Tickets are priced most
reasonable and they can be ob-
tained from the members.
Term examinations were con-
ducted during this past week and
report cards showing the progress
of the children were issued. A
new beginner's class is being form,
ed and will be started on Monday,
February 6th at which time reg-
istration will also be conducted
for the Spring Term.
SUNDAY SCHOOL NOTES
The New Year of Trees known
as Chamisho Ossor Bishvat will be
observed in the Sunday School as-
sembly, and Class 6, section 1 of
Mrs. Tannenbaum will present an
Arbor Day program in both assem-
blies. A committee of Ladies Aux-
iliary will be on hand to distribute
Palestinian fruits and delicacies.
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theme of Sunday's broadcast will
be based on the creed of Maimon-
ides: the greatest charity is the
prevention of poverty.
The career of Samuel Gompers,
first to organize American labor
and help foster goodwill between
capital and labor; the heroic work
of Dr. Joseph Goldberger in trac-
ing the cause of pellagra; of Na-
than Strauss who following the
death of his little daughter from
contaminated milk devoted his life
to making pasteurized milk avail-
able to the underprivileged.
All these will be dramatized, as
well as the role of Julius Rosen-
wald in helping create 4,000
schools and 27 Y. M. C. A.'s for
Negroes; the career of Oscar Ham-
merstein in music; the work of
Emile Berliner, co-worker of
Thomas Edison; Franz Boas; Jos-
eph Pulitzer; these, and the per-
formances of many other Ameri-
can Jews will receive mention.
All, through a rich cultural back-
ground, brought immeasurable
gifts to American life.
The broadcast on February 5th
promises to be one of the most
thorough treatments of the contri.
butions of world Jewry to Ameri-
can life broadcast on a nation-wide
network. Millions of listeners are
expected to tune in to the epic of
a persecuted people like the Cath-
olics, Puritans, Quakers, found
refuge in the New World and ad-
ded magnificiently to its cultural.
social and economic development.
The programs, "Americans All
Immigrants All* seek to "Promote
among all the culture and racial
groups in this country through a
knowledge of the contributions
made by each." Different from
anything ever attempted by the
U. S. Commissioner of Education.
Dr. John W. Studebaker, the week,
ly broadcasts open new avenues for
popular entertainment and educa
"Europe's desperate plijrht. with
neighbor set against neighbor,"!
said Dr. Studebaker today, "can- I
not be suffered in the United I
States. We in this country do not
know racial or national boundar-
ies. Although composed of many
immigrant strains, we are one peo- i
pie! All Americans, all born of
The January committee of the
Temple Sisterhood, of which Mrs.
Max N. Oberdorfer Sr., is chair-
man, sponsored a supper party on
Sunday evening in the Temple
Home. Following supper, bridge,
Chinese checkers and other games
Mrs. Joel Arnold of Chicago,
111., is the guest of her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peltz of
Springfield. Mrs. Arnold also will
visit friends in Miami Beach be.
fore returning to her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Miller
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Roma Shirley, to Her-
man Bernard Lasris, son of Mr.
and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lasris.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Daughters of Israel was held
Wednesday afternoon in the audi-
torium of the Jacksonville Jewish
Center. Hostesses for the after
noon were Mrs. M. Atlas, Mrs.
A. Cooper and Mrs. J Becker.
The Temple Sisterhood will hold
their annual mid-season luncheon
Tuesday, February 7th at 1:00 p.
m., in the Temple Home. Mrs.
Charles Marks, luncheon chairman,
and Mrs. Sam Bergman are being
assisted by Mrs. Albert Sommer.
Mrs. Walter Nathan, Mrs. Harry
Gerbert, Mrs. Sam Smullian, Mrs.
Sam Josephs, Mrs. Sarah Harris
and Mrs. I. Goldberg.
In charge of the tables will be
Mrs. M. W. Barwald chairman, and
Mrss Edgar Waybright, Mrs. Leo
Mack, Mrs. William Nussbaum,
Mrs. L. M. Lippman, Mrs. Sidney
Brown, Mrs. Harold Meyerheim.
Mrs. Max Oberdorfer and Mrs.
Harry Finkelstein. Mrs. I. L. Kap
Ian will preside at the brief rant-
The program will be in charge
of the department of litera.jre
under the chairmanship of Mrs,
Herbert Weiss. Included on the
program will be Miss Margaret
Haas, Miss Freda Saluter and
Mrs. Bruce Fudger.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
623 Michigan Avenue
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
CHAMISHO OSSER SERVICE
This Friday night lecture will b
tie voted to the subject: "Tree
Songs" by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
and a number of special melodies
by Cantor Maurice Mamches, in
celebration of "Chaniisho Ossor
B'Shvat," the New Year for trees.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on
The Portion of the Week" at
RABBI GUEST SPEAKER
Rabbi Freed, representative of
the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva
and Yeshiva College of New York,
will be the guest speaker this Sat-
urday morning. Rabbi Freed has
been a regular visitor to our city
for many years, and has gained a
great personal following. Famed
for his oratory, we are certain
that his subject will be of interest
to all Jews.
SISTERHOOD MEETING GUEST
Chaniisho Ossor B'Shvat will be
celebrated at the close of the reg-
ular monthly Sisterhood meeting
to be held this coming Monday ev.
ming at 8:00 o'clock in the syna
irogue. The Cantor will sing a
| number of appropriate melodies.
Mrs. John Rissman of Chicago,
| whose address last year was re-
vived with such an ovation will
Lg-ain address our Sisterhood. She
Iwill speak on the subject: "Why
I Palestine?" We invite every in-
terested Jewish woman to join,
non-members of our Sisterhood as
iell as members.
A word of appreciation to Mr.
Leiden oi* the Floridian Hotel for
bis many courtesies to the Sister-
hood at their Bridge Party held
Recently at his hotel. The Bridge
farty committee consisted of Mes-
flames Rose Bernkopf, M. B. Frank
Samuel Blank, Samuel Cohen, J.
Ubert, M. Goldstein, S. Besvenick,
Beron, M. S. Rubin, M. Kreiger,
knd were headed by the Sisterhood
Resident, Mrs. B. H. London. To
Ihem too, thanks for making the
jitrty so successful.
The Minnionaires will be served
special breakfast by the Sister-
l"od this Sunday morning after
fir 9:00 o clock service in cela-
lation of Chamisho Ossor.
The Sunday classes of our He-
brew School will be given bags of
fruit after the Sunday morning
assembly by the Sisterhood In
celebration of Chamisho Ossor.
The Habanoth of Miami Beach
will celebrate Chamisho Ossor on
Saturday night at the home of
Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff. A
skit, readings, Hebrew readings
from the Psalms and refreshments
will be served.
Mrs. Lillian G. Mills was intro-
duced at the last meeting of the
Habanoth as our new assistant
Habanoth sponsor, Mrs. Mills is
an instructor in the University of
Miami, a very lovely, charming
and religious young woman. We
welcome her into the Habanoth
circle, and are sure that she will
captivate the hearts of all new
Habanoth members, just as she
has all those she met last week.
Three new members were enrolled
in our Habanoth last Monday.
Parts for the two Purim plays
were distributed among the Ilab.
anoth members. More parts will
be distributed at the next meeting.
"Everblooming Trees" will be
the subject of the radio talk this
Sunday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock
over Radio Station WIOD by Rabbi
Mescheloff. Cantor Mamches will
chant appropriate melodies. Lis-
ten in and learn more about Cham-
isho Ossor. -
"Chamisho Ossor" will be the
subject at the Sunday morning as-
sembly next Sunday. Songs and
recitations will be given. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Mrs. Berniee Friedman of the
Shoreham Hotel has been engaged
as teacher for our Kindergarten
class to take the place of Miss
Leah Simerick. Our Kindergarten
BOXES PROVE INTERESTING
The all-glass disappearing
starting boxes, which are an exclu-
sive feature at West Flagler Ken-
nel Club, are one of the highlights
of greyhound racing today.
With these all-glass boxes, fans
see the every move of the grey-
hounds before the break.
Dogs are funny creatures some,
times. Just watch some of them
in those all-glass starting boxes at
Flagler. One will be pawing away
at the door as though he could
break through the glass; another
will be crouched down ready to
spring; still others will be at at-
tention waitina: for the rabbit to
come spinning by and send them
on their way.
Just a few nights ago, a grey-
class is now the largest in the
school. Miss Harriet Gottesman is
At the last assembly Donald Jo.
ceam presented the skit: "Cohen
on the Telephone," Carol Levy
gave a piano selection, Harold
Herman recited one of his own
poems, "Hebrew Blessings."
A general meeting of the Con-
gregation will be held next Tues-
day evening at 8:00 o'clock in the
synagogue. Many important con-
gregational matters will be discus-
sed. Every member is urged to
JEWISH CODES STUDIED
Each weekday afternoon be.
tween Mincha and Maariv Rabbi
Mescheloff conducts in English a
study and discussion of "Shulchan
Aruch," Jewish codes. The public
We wish a Refuo Shlaymo to
Mr. J. Grossberg.
Our heartfelt sympathies to the
family and friends of Mr. L. Ger
who left this earth last week. May
God console the bereaved.
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Abraham ibn Esra, whom Rob-
ert Browning calls Rabbi ben Ezra
was the topic of Dr. Wolf son's
lecture before the Spinoza Group
last Saturday afternoon.
Professor Waldman of New
York City College, who is here on
a short stay also spoke. Next
Saturday afternoon the Group
will meet again on the lawn of
Frances K. Powell's, 1059 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach, when Dr.
Wolfson will speak on Al Chariza
Next Tuesday evening at 7:30
the Group will meet again at the
same place to hear an address by
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan on the sub-
ject of "Anti-Semitism." All are
hound was considerably noticeable
in his actions as he seemed to be
trying to get out at the top. He
kept rearin' up on his hind legs
and when the doors opened he was
the first away. Ths glass boxes
bring them out in a hurry as it
sharpens the greyhounds for high
Since the season opened at West
Flagler, fans have been particular-
ly watching the actions of a dog
named Ivy King. He crouches on
the ground and never makes the
slightest move until the box
springs. He uses the back of the
box as a prop for his hind legs
and shoves off with a terrific
start. When you attend the races
at West Flagler Kennel Club take
particular notice of these all.glass
boxes and watch the amusing per-
formances of the greyhounds as
they await the start of the race.
The Miami Branch No. 692 of
the Workmen's Circle held a Me-
morial meeting in remembrance of
Boruch Vladick and Abraham Lesu
sin, leaders of the Jewish people,
in America, Thursday evening at
the Beth David Talmud Torah.
A social evening will be jReld to-
night at 8:30 at the hom Jf Mr.
J. Siegel, 2143 Southwest Sixth
Street, with Mr. Shatzkis as guest
A lecture on "The Jewish Situa-
tion of the World and the Out-
come" will be given by Mt. Shatz-
kis Sunday, February 5th at 8:30
p. m., at the Beth David Talmud
Torah, sponsored by the Work,
men's Circle. All members and
friends are cordially invited to
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1939
IN MEMORY OF
Who passed away January in,
1935. Shvat 14, B69S
In Loving Remembrance
COMMITTEE AT LUNCHEON PLANS BIG NIGHT
:: R. K. JAPOUR
West Flagler Kennel Club's new
racing secretary this season is
one of the better known grey-
hound racing officials of the
country. Japour has been turn-
ing out some remarkable pro-
grams at Flagler this year. Rec-
ords show that close to 40 per
cent of the favorites have been
winning this season at West
Flagler Kennel Club, which in-
dicates that the greyhounds are
running true to form at that
;;', 't'he ticket committee "of" the Jewish Welfare Bureau met W^jjjjgfi .
,,fjfth>mual "Night of Stars" to be held February 20th in the *^J**\
taZfeoVi at the home of R. R. Adler ou Rivo Alto Island are, left to nght: M^ Law
r. rteice Sapero, Mrs. R. R. Adler, Mrs. Leon Elkin, Mrs. Oscar Adler, Mrs. Jack: Diener,
Mrs. Edward Friedman, Mrs. Sam Blank. Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, chatrmon of the ticKei
committee; Rudy Adler. president of the Jewish Welfare Bureau; Mrs, Clarence .
Cohen, .Mrs. Harry Oliphant, Mrs. Estelle Schram, Miss Elsie Oreen, Mrs. Maurice
; Jacobs and Mrs. Morris Alpert. ^___________________
tha B. Levy. Refreshments were
served and dancing was enjoyed.
In ccharge of arrengements were
Mrs. Stanley C Myers, refresh-
ments; Mrs. I. Levin, music; Mrs.
Morris Plant, decorations; Milton
Friedman and Harry Schwartz,
Mr. Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
chairman of the Federation, who
had announced at the Victory Lun-
cheon that a total of $77,300 had
been reached, again announced
that since then added contributions
had been made, making a total of
$79,300 with an excellent chance
of reaching the $80,000 goal.
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TO BE HELD
The Miami Section National
Council of Jewish Women will hold
their fourth annual fashion show
Friday at 1:00 p. m., at the Royal
Palm Club with Mrs. Albert Sei-
den and Mrs. Nat William, general
chairmen, in charge of arrange-
ments. Announcement was made
that a floor show will be given in
addition to the display of beauti-
ful gowns modeled by performers
M"RS. MALVINA V. FREEMAN
National president of the Jewish
War Veterans Auxiliary, here to
attend the joint installation of
four Florida J. W. V. Posts-
H. M. BARTON
The new Presiding Judge at the
West Flagler Kennel Club this
season. Barton is one of the
country's leading greyhound rac.
from the night clubs.
The ticket sale for Miami is in
charge of Mrs. Maurice Koven and
Mrs. Bernard Feldman, and for
Miami Beach, Mrs. Charles Bushell
and Mrs. Aaron Farr. Hostesses
will be Mrs. Harry Shapiro, Mrs.
Joe Shapiro, Mrs. Max Steur, Mrs.
Hyland Rifas, Mrs- Louis Rifas,
Mrs. Estelle Schram, Mrs. Sam
Blank, Mrs. Abe Rubin and Mrs.
Mrs. Benjamin Le Vine, presi-
dent, stated that proceeds will be
used for scholarship and service to
the foreign-born, projects which
the Miami section has been active-
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ish Welfare Funds held Wednes-
day evening at the Alcazar Hotel.
Mr. Stanley C. Myers, president,
and Baron de Hirsch Meyer, chair-
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main speakers of the evening. The
program presented included the
grand march led by the captains
of the leading divisions, Mrs. Stan-
ley C. Myers, Mr. Irving Frankel
and Mr. Leon Elkin; community
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Tax Returns for the year 1939:
N. Miami Beach Feb. 14, 1939 10 A. M.. Town Hall
Little River ........ Feb. It, 1939 4 P. M., 225 N. E. 79th St.
(Mooney's Real Estate Office)
Hialeah ................ Feb. 15. 1939 9 A. M. City Hall
Allapattah ............ Feb 15, 1939 10 A. M. Andrew Jackson School
I .cm.mi City ......... Feb 15, 1939 11 A. M. Miami Edison School
N.W.7th Av.-64th St. Feb.15.1939 1 P. M., Lester Preu Office
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Miami Beach Feb. 15. 1939 1 P. M., City Hall
Surf Side Feb. 15, 1939 3 P. M., City Hall
1918 Red Road .... Feb. 16, 1939 9 A. M., Jones' Grocerv Store
Coral Gables Feb. 16. 1939 10 A. M., City Hall
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2336 S.W. 32nd Ave. Feb 16,1939 1 P. M., O'Quinn's Drug Store
Coconut Grove .... Feb. 16, 1939 2 P. M, City Hall
MIAMI ....................Jan. 3, 1939 8 A. M.,
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to file their applications for HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
with the State and County and City in which the property is
located each year between January 1st and April 1st, or said
exemption cannot be granted by said Tax Assessors. There-
fore, we will receive applications while we are visiting the
precincts, and will also furnish receipts which should he ob-
tained or books checked prior to meeeting of Board of Equal-
ization to ascertain whether or not application has been
Intangible Returns should also be filed by those owning
securities and who are legal residents of this State; other-
wise they would be subject to the assessment of this office
under the provisions of the Intangible Act of 1931.
J. N. LUMMUS, JR.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1939
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137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6986 Indian Creek Drive6-1265 r.30 N. E. 31st St.2-7743
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both Oi" the Rabbis will be In the Temple every mm nine.
You my consult with them on matters concerning the Jewis commu-
nity, or yu." pe:M>nal problems. You wllJ be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held In
-Do not withdraw thyself from
Regular services will be held at
Temple Israel this Friday evening,
February 3rd, 1939 at 8:15 o'clock.
Kabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
speak on the subject: "Red Sea
Without Shore," with reference to
the Biblical narration of the cross-
ing of the Red Sea.
Services will be conducted by
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
A reception for all worshippers
will be held after the services,
sponsored by the Temple Israel
"Even more important than the
rebuilding of the Temple in Jeru-
salem is the teaching of children."
At the Religious School Assem-
bly of next Sunday, February 5th,
1939, the honor students in the
various classes will receive recog-
nition. The pupils who have ex-
celled willing-Hie first term of the
Religious School year, are:
Kindergarten, teacher, Mrs. A.
Levin; Honor pupils: Barbara Ann
Greenfield, Marlene Gol d m a n,
Doris Joseloff, Martin Karns, Bet-
ty Klein, Marilyn LeVine, Edgar
Lewis, Irene Levitt, Eugene Ros-
'iithal, Dorothy Singer, Ronald
Seiden, Bobby Shapiro, Stanley
Avkin and Marshall Pepper.
Intermediate, Class 1, teacher,
Miss XJorothy Lightman; Honor
pupils; Carol Adler, Ann Engler
Epstein, Irving Greenfield, Jr., and
Intermediate, Class 2, teacher,
Mrs, I. Louis Seligman; Honor pu-
pils: Shirley Rosenfeld, Herbert
Intermediate, Class 3, teacher,
Mrs. J. Leonard; Honor pupils:
Carol Aronovitz, Dorothy Golden,
Intermediate, Class 4, teacher,
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein; Honor pu-
pils: Gerald Gordon, Mona Pas-
troff, Jules Aikin.
Intermediate, Class 4-B, teacher,
Mrs. Jules Pearlman; Honor pu-
go to Jack Rice for advertising
our affair; the Biscayne Kennel
Club for sponsoring Y. M. H. A.
night, with all admissions less tax
going to us; the Civic Center Club
of Miami Beach for sponsoring a
heatre party for the "Y" at the
Cavalcade of Stars show; Sidney
Meyers of the Wometco Theatre;
Edgar Pierce, manager of Plaza
Theatre; Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Mrs.
B. Johnson, I. A. Drillick, Alvin
Walder, Al Pallot, William Segal,
Mrs. Edith Freilich, Miss Zelda
Applebaum and Mrs. Maurice
Grossman. For the publicity re-
ceived our thanks to the Miami
Herald, Daily News, The Jewish
Floridian, Station WKAT, WQAM
B'nai B'rith Holds
pilsj Billy Rubin, Claire WeiU,
Ihtermediate, Class 5, teacher,
Mrs. S. H. Lutsky; Honor pupils:
Benjamin Bronston, Adele Cowen,
Joel Kuperberg, Shelia Lewis, Ros-
emond Rubin, Enid Silvern, Judith
Intermediate, Class 6, teacher,
Mrs. Harriet Spaet; Honor pupils:
Bart Cohen, Janice Greenfield,
Dorothy Goldstein, June Levy,
High School, Class 1, teacher,
Mrs. Maurice Grossman; Honor
students: Barbara Meyer, Joyce
Pearlman, Charles Rubin.
High School, Class 2, teacher,
Mrs. Sadie Weinberg; Honor stu.
dents: Harriet Goldman, Harriet
Marcus, Lee Weinberg.
High School, Class 3, teacher,
Mr. J. Leonard and Mr. Nathan
Zwitman; Honor students: Irma
Bernstein, Richard Hodes, Florence
Marcus, Morgan Levy and Ruth
High School, Class 4, teacher
Mr. Nathan Zwitman and Mr. J.
Leonard; Honor students: Marjorie
Reichenbach, Jack Rubin, Blanche
Goldstein and Rene Greenfield.
At last week's assembly, the
ending of the first term was mark-
ed by a fine address given by Mrs.
Mattie Mack Jones, principal of
the Robert E. Lee Junior High
School, on the subject of "The
Value of a Religious Institution."
"A woman who feareth the Lord,
she shall be praised."Proverbs.
The Birthday celebration of the
Temple Sisterhood will be held at
the Park Central Hotel, 640 Ocean
Drive, Miami Beach, on Monday,
February 6th. 1939, in the form of
a Dessert Bridge at 1:00 o'clock.
Members of the committee are:
Mrs. Joseph Williamson, chairman;
Mrs. Frank Corel, Mrs. Gordon
Davis, Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs.
Alex Goldstein, Mrs. Mendel Cro-
tner, Mrs. Rudolph Rothschild and
Mrs. A. Kanner.
Live timber was added to the
Y. bowling team this past week'
with the addition of Jules Wilson,
Al Berkowitz and Ralph Gross-
man. A most unusual feat was
performed by Manager Jack Apte
when he threw two consecutive
strikes in the Duck Pin matches.
The box score of Mondays scores
are as follows: Ducks, Al Berko-
witz, 318 three game total; Ralph
Grossman, 295; Jack Apte, 295;
Harry Schwartz, 283; Dr. Samuel
Beckman, 274; Nat Blumberg,
i 270; Al Reisman, 250; Joe Ber-
man, 247 and Al Pallot 199 3-4.
In the Ten Pin matches the re-
sults were: Bob Rosenbloom, 613;
Teddy Goldstein, 600; Joe Berman.
435; Al Reisman, 416; Jules Wil-
son. 398; Marty Milstein, 384;
Jack Apte, 344; and Clem Ham-
mond, 272. Notice to all inter-
ested in joining the Y bowling
team, Duck Pins and Ten Pins
will be played every Monday start-
ing at 8:30 p. m.
(Continued from Page One)
lodges throughout the country.
Approval of the program was giv-
en in adopting the report of the
Americanism Committee submitted
by Sidney Kusworm, chairman, of
Dayton, Ohio. The 1939 Ameri-
canism program of B'nai B'rith
also calls for greater participation
in and observance of all patriotic
occassions and festivals and holi-
days such as Lincoln's and Wash-
ington's Birthdays, Memorial Day,
Constitution Day, Flag Day and
The B'nai B'rith Executive Com.
mittee also gave its approval to a
plan calling for the publication of
a series of occupational mono-1
graphs by experts in their field to ;
be issued under the auspices of the I
B'nai B'rith Vocational Service'
Bureau. Organization of a speak-
er's bureau on vocational service
in each of the seven B'nai B'rith
districts and the establishment of
experimental centers where Jew-
ish youth may receive proper
counsel in personality adjustment
were also approved.
An appropriation of $2,500 to
Hadassah's Youth Aliyah Fund
for settling Jewish child refugees
from Central and Eastern Europe
in Palestine was voted hy the
B'nai B'rith Executive Committee
at the closing session. This was
the second large appropriation
made by B'nai B'rith to Youth
Aliyah in less than a year, a gift
of $10,000 having been voted last
May. The Executive Committee
also authorized an appropriation
of $500.00 t othe Intercollegiate
Committee for Student Refugees
in this country, to be paid out
upon the completion of that com-
mittee's organization, and $1,000
tat relief to *Hj| victims _of the
ST. VALENTINES DAY
DANCE FEBRUARY 12,
Miss Ethel Pont, chairman, and
her committee, Rosalie Hoffman,'
Annette Friedman, Aaron Pincus
and Bernie Serkin are working
overtime in planning for the suc-
cess of this annual social. Phil
Phillips and his musicians
will play for the dancing and en-
tertainment. Admission 25c stag
or 39c drag. At Y.
(Continued on Page Eight)
THE Y. M. H. A.
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
ICAVALCADE SHOW A SELLOUT
A brief resume as to how and
pvhy the Cavalcade of Stars proved
success was through Walter
Jacobs efforts that Nick Kenny
Remained to put on the show. Then
faurice Grossman, executive di-
^>r appointed a working com-
ee consisting of Milto~\ ""ried-
man and Nat Blumberg, co-chair-
men; Herman Waitsman, tickets;
Sam Seitlin, publicity; Herman
Barnett, Joe Lipton, Car Gardner
and Walter Jacobs.
A check for $145.00 from Jack
Dempsey and friend was given at
a luncheon and also received was
$10000 from Charley Cassera of
the Club Continentale. Our thanks
Y CAGE TEAM IN FIRST PLACE
Although inactive this past
week the Y basketball team was
swept into first place by the In
dependents with Lefty Schemer
who starred in defeating the lead-
ing Y. M. C. A. Triangles. Come
out and watch these games folks,
only 25c entree. Watch the Dai-
lies for dates and location of the
HAYES WOOD TALKS TAXES
Its just like cultural chairman.
Dr. Samuel Beckman said last |
Tuesday in introducing Hayes
Wood our able County Tax Col-j
lector. There's two things we are
sure of and that's Death and,
Taxes, so with extreme privilege,
and pleasure I give you Hayes |
Wood who will tell you of, and ;
whv taxes as he is too much alive ;
to talk on the other subject. And j
so it was, and a grand time was
bad by the large crowd that at-1
tended to hear this fine lecturer.;
Did you purchase your tag.
JUNIOR "Y" OPEN HOUSE
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ALBANY. N. Y................................................. 19.85
PHILADELPHIA, PA........................ 16*3
NEW YORK, N. Y............................................. '___, 17-85
WASHINGTON, D. C .............................. ........ 14.90
CHICAGO. ILL. ......................................................... 18.85
CINCINNATI, O............................................................:. 1500
CLEVELAND. O. ............................................................ 1&50
PITTSBURGH. PA.......................................................:..' 17.75
INDIANAPOLIS. IND. ........................... '16.55
BOSTON. MASS........................................................I 20.35
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In their efforts to interest the
Jewish youth of Greater Miami in
their work the Junior "Y" will
hold an Open House party this
Monday, February 6th at the "Y"
clubrooms. Mildred Berkowitz,
chairman, and her committee prom-
ise plenty of entertainment, re-
freshments, plus dancing. All
boys and girls ages 16 to 21 are
cordially invited to attend and
partake in the festivities. Free?
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1939
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi 497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR boys will be able to chant all
THE YEAR "Haftorahs" of the "Sedrahs"
Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and
5:30 p. m.
Sabbath Services Saturday
morning at 8:30.
Junior Congregation Services-
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School3:15 to
6:15 p. m.
Sunday SchoolSunday at 10:00
Bar Mitzvah GroupSunday at
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
Services will be conducted by
Rabbi Max Shapiro Friday even-
ing at 8:15. Cantor Louis Hay-
man assisted by the Beth David
choir will chant the liturgic mel-
odies. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss
the subject "Israel's StatusAs I
The members of the executive
board of the Beth David Sister-
hood conducted the services last
Friday evening. Mrs. Joe Fine
was the guest speaker.
Talmud Torah:Over seventy
children are attending the Hebrew
classes daily and the accomplish-
ments under the tutorship of Louis
Gadon is indeed a credit to the
standards of the Beth David insti-
Sunday School:Two hundred
and sixty boys and girls are par-
ticipating in the curriculum of our
Sunday School every Sunday
morning. It is most unique to
witness the classes and see boys
and girls from the ages of three
to eighteen attending religiously.
Parents and friends are welcome
to visit with us.
Bar Mitzvah:A class consist-
ing of boys over twelve years of
age meets every Sunday morning
from 9:00 to 9:45 to receive in-
struction in melody; so that the
Junior Congregation:We are
indeed grateful for the remarkable
increase in attendance at the ser-
vices conducted by the Junior Con-
gregation every Saturday morning
at 10:30. We are anticipating an
attendance of over 100 children
this coming Shabbos and prepara-
tions are being made by Mrs. Louis
Hartz to accommodate all children
at the "Kiddush" after the ser-
The Shofar:It is remarkable
that two young men, Howard
Schwartz and Harold Shapiro have
been able to issue our Beth David
Shofar, the institution's official
organ, every Sunday morning. The
boys are doing fine work and it
is hoped that parents of our chil-
dren will comment and inspire
them to continue.
CHAMISHO OSSOR B'SHVAT
The 15th day of Shvat is Arbor
Day in Palestine, for at this time
trees and seeds are planted there.
It is known as the "New Year for
the Trees." In commemoration
of that national observance, Miss
Adele Segall will present a pro-
gram during our assembly this
coming Sunday morning at 11:30.
Our "Mozel-Tov" to the parents
and grandparents of A1 v i n
Schwartz at his Bar Mitzvah. May
Alvin grow up "Li-Chupah Uli.
Due to the illness of the guest
speaker, Rabbi Yehuda Lazaroff,
the Zionist District of Greater
Miami has called off their Cultur-
al meeting scheduled for Mondey,
February 6th, until further notice.
We pray that the Almighty send
an immediate cure to the well
IM. H. L NOTES
(Continued from Page Seven)
I ONLY HEARD THAT
George Wolpert of the Wolpert
Fuurniture Company graciously
donated a 3-piece Wicker set to the
new Y. M. H. A. room.
Henry Waitsman Athletic Direc-
tor at the "Y" has entered a team
in the Golden Gloves Tourney, and
one in the Greater Miami Table
Tennis Tournament sponsored by
Daily News, WIOD, A. C, Inc.
Don't wait to be asked to join
the Y. M. H. A., or one of its af-
filiates, become active in Miami's
most progressive organization.
This Tuesday, February 7th
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will ad-
dress the members and friends of
the "Y" on a most interesting
topic: "History or Hysteria."
Come early if you want to get a
good seat. Refreshments will be
erved ad dancing iwll follow.
Remember the date, Tuesday, Feb.
ruary 7th at the "Y."
As chairman of the Cavalcade
of Stars, I realize the great work
that was done by the members of
my committee and I particularly
want to express our thanks to
Herman Waitsman, Leo Robinson,
Walter Jacobs ad Maurice Gross-
man. Space does not permit enum-
erating the other members of the
Y. and Governor's Club who aided
so materially, but our sincere
thanks go to them and the organ-
izations who deserve the highest
praise for their incomparable co-
The Y. desires openly to express
its bountiful thanks to one who
did so much, and has proven him-
self time and again, as a friend
and worker for the Y, Nick Kenny.
However all would have been in
vain if the Greater Miami commu-
nity had not supported us with an
attendance beyond expectation and
we therefore doff our hats to the
visitors and local friends who
came, saw and were satisfied.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
President Y. M. C- A.
Mr. Max Silverman of Milwau-
kee, Wis., is the guest of his
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Silverman.
Mr. Morris Goldberg of Milwau-
kee, Wis., is spending his vacation
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
An H. S. D. Club has been or-
ganized and officers will be instal-
led at a luncheon February 12th
at the Colony. "Rush" week began
with a social meeting Tuesday and
a skating party Friday. A buffet
luncheon will end "Rush" week.
Mr. Hyman Syrop of Brooklyn,
N. Y., is visiting his sister, Mrs.
Clara Williams, and his son, Mr.
Mrs. J. Miller and Mrs. Clara
Williams were hostesses at a card
party held at the Congregation
Bnai Israel Sunday evening.
Mrs. H. M. Jacobs and family
have moved to St. Petersburg
Mr. Arnold Jacobs returned
home from Gainesville to spend
the Spring vacation with his fam-
The Young Judeans held a scav-
enger hunt Sunday evening when
Leon Young, Evelyn Heller, Abie
Katz, Thelma Diamond, Louis Ab.
rams, Pearle Eisenberg, Ely Gross-
man and Toby Rothblatt won the
prize. The Club will hold election
of officers Thursday evening.
New additions to the younger
set are the Misses Thelma Dia-
mod and Shirley Glassburg.
The newly organized A. Z. A.
will hold their installation of offi-
cers at a banquet Sunday evening,
The newly elected officers of the
Jewish Youth Council are: presi-
dent, Arnold Argintar; vice-pres-
ident, Mildred Carroll; recording
secretary, Hazel Abrams; financial
secretary, Harry Cypen. The J. Y.
C. held a hamburger fry at the
home of Miss Mildred Miller, fol-
lowed by dancing. A Monte Carlo
bank night and various other so-
cial functions are being planned
for the future.
The B'nai B'rith meets every
Wednesday evening and are plan-
ning for a dinner dance soon.
Temple Beth El will hold a so-
cial gathering Tuesday evening
with Mrs. Harold Van Bealen in
charge. Games and entertainment
will be featured.
There never wii a batter tlins
than nw te build ana
The Liberal Financing Through
Make* K Possible
(Continued from Page Three)
ping in another $250,000. ... An-
other million is expected from
Loeb Kuhn. ... If present plans
go through, room for 10,000 refu-
gees will be found in the Phillip-
THIS AND THAT
There's a certain appropriate,
ness in the fact that the Jewish
Palestine Pavilion is being built
on a site facing John Jay Street
in the New York World's Fair
grounds. ... A direct descendant
of John Jay, who was the first
Chief Justice of the U. S. Supreme
Court, is William Jay Schieffelin,
chairman of the new Volunteer
Christian Committee to Boycott
Nazi Germany. And his wife is
one of the sponsors of the series
of concerts that Mischa Elman is
giving for the benefit of refugee*.
... An economical prop man in
the WPA Yiddish production of
"Awake and Sing" sent out to fc-'t
second-hand records to be smashed
in the course of the performance,
dug up records of the Horst Wes-
sel song used in the WPA "Pro-
fessor Mamlock," a couple of years
ago. The vigor with which Em-
ily Edler now smashes her nightly
record is more real than histronic.
Marlene Dietrich, who doesn't
like Hitler anyhow, will probably
play the part of the femab snoop-
er in Warner Brothers' "Confes-
sions of a Nazi Spy" picture. .
John Garfield, moviedom's recent
find, was helped along the road to
Hollywood by Jacob Ben-Ami, who
himself is now back in the Yid-
dish theatre. Eighteen-year-old
Fannie Brice JuniorFrances Arn-
stein to youwho made her Broad-
way debut a couple of years ago,
now is turning to Hollywood. .
Her mama will show her the
ropes. Following in the foot-
steps of his father, the late journ.
alist, playwright and diplomat
Herman Bernstein, is young David
Bernstein, who has completed an
adaption of a comedy written in
German by Rose Meller and n
hoping to see it on Broadway soon.
. On our shores for a visit is
sportsman Baron Maurice de Roth,
schild, son of the late Baron Ed-
mond, who was known as the fath-
er of Jewish colonization in Pal-
estine. Leon Trotzky, whom a
news commentator recently dub.
bed the Mickey Mouse of world
revolution, is said to be planning
to leave Mexico. February 3rd
will be the 80th anniversary of
the birth of Sholem Aleichem,
famed Yiddish author. Accord-
ing to Hollywood gossips, 1939
will see an addition to the Luise
Rainer-Clifford O d e t s menage,
which ought to make their reunion
permanent. Congratulations to
the Menorach Journal on its twen-
ty-fifth anniversary. And to
Max L. Bernstein, who built the
Libby Hotel Turkish Baths on New
York's East Side some years ago,
and who is now staging a come,
back with a new cafeteria at
Broadway and 125th Street.....
And to Maurice Levin of Hearos,
whose daughter, Sylvia, just mar-
ried Edward Bishop. Jerome
Frank of the SEC is in line for
a Circuit Court of Appeals
pointment in Washington. .
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