The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 12.NO. 7
MIAMI. FLORIDA.
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1939
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Strictly Confidential
FROM ABROAD
S'otland Yard is hot on the trail
Nazi terrorists who .disguised
s Irish patriots, are involved in
be so-called "Irish" bombings that
pcently have taken place in Eng-
knd. Here is another chance
Chamberlain to "prove" the
uccess of his appeasement policy.
, Those smart-alecks who spread
lie rumor that Alfred Rosenberg,
per-nany's Number One theoreti-
lian of anti-Semitism, has Jewish
Siciod in his veins aren't helping
\he cause of democracy. It's
lie sponsored by anti-Jewish
froups. Opera singer Maria
eritza's husband. Baron Popper,
in an Austrian concentration
mpHis crime is that he spoke
|i: against Nazism. There is
acute shortage of coffee, butter
(1 eggs in Germany. So some
lores whose proprietors have a
pnse of humor sport signs read-
"You can get a pound of cof-
free if you can tell us where
| buy a crate of eggs."
THERE AND HERE
fc'e're told that Justice Brandeis
in telephonic touch with thfc
nerican Zionist delegation at the
b-Jewish "Peace" Conference,
| give them the benefit of his
like wisdom By the
ne this is published Louis Lipsky
be on the high seas on his
to joining the American dele-
tion in London. It's supposed
be a secret, but we have an
that the news columns will
t>r3 us. Dr. Ludwig Zamen-
would have had a great deal
caches had he lived to see the
^ntly released movie version of
iiot's Delight" Esperanto,
|i(h he created, is used in certain
rt of the dialogue .though to
audience it may sound like gib-
r'. ViBto, being unconnected with
special territory, maintains
Elusion of the film's Ruritan-
locale. chosen so that no nat-
t.il feelings would be hurt. .
FLASHES
"Tand, Hungary, Finland and
>" other small countries are
tint! efforts to buy helium from
r Uncle Sam, their purpose he-
ita resale to the Nazis for
r big dirgible. But we un-
Hnd that Secretary Ickes sees
Ugh this little ruse. Orchids
I i English cameraman for the
|rndid pictures they are taking
German Jewish refugee chil
a in England. Those pic-
es tell a more poignant story'
\r. any articles on German cruel -
ver printed. Among those
will accompany the English
|g and Queen to Canada and
country will be the well-known
list journalist and orator, Al-
hder L. Easterman. The cost
^hinping to this country the
pstine-made exhibits for the
sh Palestine Pavilion at the
York World's Fair amounts
fie neat sum of $20.000.....
WE'RE TELLING YOU
former inmate of a German
fcentration camp tells us that
of the subtly sadistic meth
fused to torture prisoners there
Noted Galaxy Je0~
117 ?II d / Death of Pope
Will Perform
As the curtain time for the fifth
annual presentation of "Night of
Stars" for the benefit of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau approaches, it
becomes apparent that the great-
est galaxy of stars and celebrities
ever to appear on a Floridian
stage will make their appearance
at the Olympia Theatre, Monday
evening, at 8:30 p. m.
In an appeal to residents of the
Miami area, Mrs. Bertha B. Levy,
chairman of the ticket committee,
urged residents to purchase their
tickets before the theatre is sold
out to the demands of winter vis-
itors.
"We have found," said Mrs.
Levy, "that visitors who have at-
tended our past four mammoth
shows were awaiting this event
with surprising interest and are
buying their tickets earlier than
ever. Whereas residents who are
planning to attend, are delaying
their purchases and I fear that
many will be disappointed, for sell
outs are common with the "Night
of Stars."
Harry Richman, chairman of the
entertainment committee, has re-j
ported that every leading enter-.
tainer, appearing itf the Ideal night
clubs in addition to the celebrities
vacationing in the area will join!
in the brilliant three and one half|.
hour performance. With Richman! V
on the entertainment committee
and also scheduled for appearances
are Cross and Dunn, Joe E. Lewis
and Jack Dempsey. Night clubs
and hotels of Miami, Miami Beach
and Coral Gables are sending their
entire floor shows to join the pre-
sentation.
New York (WNS)Mourning
the death of Pope Pius XI, who
in his lifetime had led the Catho-
lic Church in a fight against anti-
Semitism, Jews throughout the
world joined with Christianity in
acclaiming the loss of a champion
of human rights.
As early as 1938 the head of the
Catholic Church scorned anti-Semi-
tism. A decree issued on Sep-
tember 25, 1938 stated that: "The
Catholic Church habitually prays
for the Jewish people who were
the bearers of the divine revela-
tions up to the time of Christ. Ac-
tuated by this love, the Apostolic
See has protected this people
against unjust oppression and.
just as every kind of envy and
jealousy among the nations must
be disapproved, so in an especial
manner must be that hatred which
is generally termed anti-Semit-
ism." Pope Pius XI, who fought
against all forms of religious and
racial persecution, is dead leaving
unsettled the Catholic Church's
greatest current problemits in-
creasingly bitter combat with the
totalitarian civilization now devel-
oping so rapidly in Germany and
Italy and threatening Spain and
other traditional strongholds of
the faith.
Dr. Weizmann Issues Jewish
Ultimatum To Great Britain
Refugee Plan
IsmAdopted
Walter Winchell. ace columnist,
will make his only public appear-
ance here when he alternates with
Bob Hall and Don Lanning at the
master of ceremonies post.
Tickets may be purchased at the
Olympia Theatre box office and at
the leading hotels in Miami and
Miami Beach. They may also be
secured from Mrs. I.evy, chairman
of the ticket committee and her
co-chairmen. Col. Abe Hallow.
Mrs. Estelle Schramm. Mrs. Mau-
rice Jacobs or by calling 5-9128.
All seats are reserved.
Funds from the "Night of
Siiirs". R. R. Adler. president, re-
Dorted will be used to increase the
organization's work in rehabilitat-
ing and resettling refugee fami-
lies.
New YorkA plan to organize
local synagogue committees for
the purpose of providing for the
educational and spiritual needs of
Jewish refugees was adopted at a
meeting of the Metropolitan Syn-
agogue Committee for Jewish Ref-
ugees held here in the Temple
Emanuel-El community house.
The Metropolitan Committee is
composed of representatives from
LondonCalling upon the Brit-
ish Government to "do justice to
my people in this dark hour," Dr.
Chaim Weizmann, President of
the Jewish Agency for Palestine,
demanded the continuation of the
Palestine Mandate and of Jewish
immigration on the principle of
economic absorpticity after warn-
ing that the Jews have "vital in-
terests and rights in Palestine
which they will never surrender."
Dr. Weizmann's declaration,
made in a two-hour address which
he delivered last Wednesday night
at St. James Palace was disclosed
in an official summary.
Four principal demands were
placed before the British Govern-
ment on behalf of the Jews by Dr.
Weizmann. These were: (1) Con-
tinuation of the League of Nations
Mandate; (2) Jewish immigration
in accordance with the principle of
economic absorptivity; (3) an ac-
tive policy of development in Pal-
estine; (4) effective safeguards
against a minority status for Jews.
A review of Jewish historical
connection with Palestine, a sum-
mary of Arab gains following the
World War and a reminder that
Great Britain has not fulfilled the
original promise contained in the
Balfour Declaration constituted
the themes of Dr. Weizmann's ex-
position of the Jewish case in Pal-
estine.
"The Jewish representatives en-
ter this discussion," the Jewish
leader said, "with the desire to be
helpful and with a full recognition
of the difficulties facing the Gov-
ernment. However, we must safe
guard our vital interests and rights
which we will not surrender, par-
ticularly in this blackest hour of
Jewish history."
Referring to the survey of the
',.Iewish position that he had pre-
sented to the Peel Royal Commis-
sion, Dr. Weizmann reiterated
Dealing with the Arab claim
that Palestine is an Arab country
and should have an Arab govern-
ment. Dr. Weizmann said that
even on the present basis that
claim cannot be realized since the
Jews form a third of the popula-
tion and are responsible for more
than two thirds of the economic
and cultural activity in Palestine.
"The Jews do not want to dom.
inate the Arabs but they will not
allow themselves to be dominated
by them," Dr. Weizmann exclaim-
ed, saying that "we will not sub-
mit to the fate of Assyrians in
Iraq," referring to the massacre
six years ago of the mniority
which had risn against the Iraqi.
The gist of Dr. Weizmann's
statement was a demand for the
continuation of the Mandate and
of Jewish immigration in accord-
ance with the principle of econo-
mic absorptivity, together with an
active policy of development and
effective safeguards against a
minority status for the Jews.
Concluding. Dr. Weizmann said
to the British officials:
"I pray that you who have car-
ried justice, fairness and good
government into the remotest cor-
ners of the globe; I pray Trith all
respect and humility that you wi'l
djo justice to my people in this
daTk hour."

England Receives
Arab Demands
ladassah Holds
lefrgee Ball
[Continued on Page Four)
The Miami Chapter of Senior
Hadassah will hold its Refugee
Costume Ball Wednesday evening.
February 22nd at the Civic Center
with Mrs. Sam Simonhoff. gen-
eral chairman, in charge of ar-
rangements. Feature of the even-
ing will be the brilliant historical
pageant portraying Biblical char-
acters from Adam and Eve to the
entrance of the Jews into Ameri-
ca.
leading organizations of Orthodox that the root of the problem is the
Reform and Conservative Judaism, homelessness of the Jewish people
Declaring that "the synagogue whicr is everywhere a minority,
can perform a definite service in "They preserved their identity
the spiritual and emotional rehnb- because of their attachment to
ilitation of the refugee." Rabbi Palestine and the hope of a return
Gustave Falk, regional director of to Zion," he declared. "The claim
the Union of American Hebrew, to Palestine was never abandoned;
Congregations, asserted that while the Jewish community there never
the synagogue should cooperate1 ceased to exist. In every age
with the community organizations' Jewish groups went to Palestine
that care for the "bread and but-' and for the last sixty years active
London, (WNS Palcor Agency)
In a summary of the case they
presented to the Government, the
Arab delegates to the current con-
ferences remain firm in demands
on which they have insisted all
along.
The cardinal points demanded
by the Arabs are: a completely in-
dependent Arab State in Palestine;
abandonment of any attempt to es-
tablish a Jewish National Home
there; abrogation of the Palestine
Mandate; a treaty with Great Bri-
tain defining the relationship of
the Palestine Arab State with the
British Government as the same
as that enjoyed by Iraqi; total
stoppage of all Jewish immigra-
tion into Palestine and a ban on
all sale of land to Jews.
ter" needs of the refugee, it should
direct its attention to the "endur-
ing qualities of the mind."
Over one hundred members and
friends from Senior, Junior and
the Business and Professional
groups of Hadassah will partici-
pate in the costumed history of
the Jews. Sequences of the tab-
leauxs were written by Harry Si-
monhoff, directing by Mr. Wald
man of Fleischer's Studio and
Truman Lord is stage manager.
Assisting Mrs. Simonhoff is Mrs.
Tobias Simon, ticket chairman;
Mrs. Joseph H. Lipton, Mrs. Mor-
ris Plant and Mrs. Alex Goldstein,
in charge of the booths. Tickets
may be obtained from members.
The public is cordially invited to
attend as an enjoyable evening is
promised. -*""
resettlement has been going on.
The Balfour Declaration re?ogniz-1
ed these historic facts and the
preamble of the Mandate gave in-
ternational recognition to the
historical connection of the Jewish
people and Palestine and the
grounds for reconstituting their
national home in that country."
Emphasizing the difference in
importance of Palestine to the
Jews and the Arabs. Dr. Weizmann
quoted the Mandates Commission
which had said: "The collective
suffering of the Arabs and the
Jews cannot be compared, since
vast spaces in the Near East, for-
merly the abode of a numerous
population and the home of a
brilliant civilization, are open for
the former whereas the world is
becoming increasingly closed for
settlement to the latter."
LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
Supreme Court Justice, who last
week resigned from the Su-
preme Court of th U. S.


PAGE TWO
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THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
JUNIOR COUNCIL
TO GIVE DANCE
The National Council of Jewish
Juniors will hold their annual
Frolics Dance Sunday evening,
March 12th at the Nut Club. Many
novel features will be presented
during the evening with Morris
Wroobel, Belle Tarmen and James
Seigendorf in charge of arrange-
ments. Proceeds of the affair will
go towards the Scholarship Fund
which hs enabled the organization
to send one student to college this
year and plans for the future to
increase the number to three or
four. Tickets may be obtained
from any member or by calling
5-5282 or 5-5134. Those desiring
to attend are requested to please
make reservations in advance.
. .
DELEGATE TO
VISIT HERE
Judith Shimchanoth. prominent
worker and delegate from the Pio-
neer Women's Organization of
Palestine to the United States,
will arrive here on a lecture tour
March 8th 9th, 10th and 11th. She
will speak at the Beth Jacob Syn-
FRIDAY, FEBBUABY 17.1939
the bride's parents in Chattanooga/
Miss Pavlow was graduated from
the Chattanooga schools and is an
active member of the younger so-
cial set. Mr. Barnett is president
of the National Council of Jewish
Juniors and co-chairman of the
Junior Division of the Greater Mi'
ami Federation of Jewish Welfare I about Jewish patriotic service in
graphy of Issac Wise; Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan who will give "Person-
al Reminiscences of Isaac Wise,
my Teacher;" A group feature un-
der the Walter Winchell caption:
"Things I never knew until now"
in which the entire audience will
participate in presenting facts
Levin, finance; R. R. Adler.
freshments; H- M- Drevich ita
and visiting; M, S. Bandler. meat
bership; Nathan Adelman, A. Z. A
Leo Robinson, arbitration; Fred
K. Shochet. publicity; Leo Eiien.
stein, entertainment and Rarn
Simonhoff. Anti-Defamatior..
Delegates ans alternates to the
District Convention of B'nai B'rith
in Charleston named were- dele
be the political situation in Zion-
ism today and Mrs. I. M. Weinstein gates. e. A. Pallot, J. Aron ASbott
Funds. After the wedding the
couple will reside in Miami Beach.
' '
TO APPEAR HERE
Michl Gibson, internationally
known Yiddish character artist and
singer will appear in a gala per-
formance Sunday evening, Febru-
ary 26th at the Federal Theatre
at 8:00 p. m.. under the auspices
of the Greater Miami Branch 692
Workmen's Circle. Tickets may be
agogue March 8th and at the Beth; obtained from any member.
David Synagogue March 10th, on
the activities and conditions of;
the Jews in Palestine. While here
she will be entertained by the Pio-1
neer Women's Organization of
Greater Miami. Detail will be an-
nounced in following issues.
*
MARRIAGE TO
TAKE PLACE
The marriage of Miss Simmie
Pavlow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Pavlow, of Chattanooga,
Tenn., to Paul Barnett, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Barnett of Mi-
ami, will take place Sunday morn-
ing, February 26th at the home of
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MIAMI BEACH
Starts Wednesday for one
full week
Nazi Outrages Brought
to the Screen
"PROFESSOR
MAMLOCK"
Voted one of the ten best
Films of the Year!
Doors open 12:45. Show
starts 1:00 p. m. Owl
show after 11:00 p. m.
EXTRA
"THE REFUGEES"
IX MARCH OF TIME
VISITS IN
MIAMI
Mrs. Ida Kaminsky of Brooklyn.
N. Y., prominent member of Ha-
dassah, and active worker in the
Jewish Congress, arrived here to
spend several weeks with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mar-
goshes.

RETURNS TO
CITY
Mr. Milton A. Friedman, Nation-
al Deputy, A. Z. A., returned from
St. Petersburg where he attended
and installed the officers of the
St. Petersburg A. Z. A., Sunday,
February 12th. Preceding the
public installation Mr. Friedman
was honored at a banquet.

REGULAR FORUM
TO BE HELD
The regular Forum Council sponi
sored by the National Council of
Jewish Women will be held Friday
afternoon at 2:00 o'clock in the
ballroom of Hotel Evans, Miami
Beach. The program of the after-
noon will include the continuance
of the study course with Mrs. I.
M. Weinstein, group leader, dis-
cussing the origin of Jewish lodg-
es and charities of the United
States; Mrs. Max Steuer, sum-
marizing the Jewish contributions
during the Civil War period; Mrs.
Nat Williams presenting a bio-
Don't Fail to Attend the
Hadassah
Refugee
Costume
Ball
Wednesday, February 22
at the
Civic Center
31 N. W. 2nd Street
featuring
Brilliant Historical Pageant
American history; -and Leo Lucas
of Cincinnati, will sing a group of
Folk songs accompanied by: Ms
daughter, Mrs. Morrises. Salomon.
The small admission fee charged
is used by the Council towards
furthering their refugee work and
the public is cordially invited to
attend.

SPINOZA GROUP
MEETS
The second lecture on Maimon-
ides, this time describing Maimon-
ides as the great physician will
be the topic of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
sort's lecture before the Spinoza
Group at the meeting this Satur-
day afternoon on the lawn of
Frances K. Powell, 1059 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach. Before the
lecture the group will listen in to
the first two acts of Tristan and
Isolde. Open forum discussion will
follow. Next Tuesday evening the
group will meet again in the same
place at 7:30 o'clock. Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan will address the group.
All are invited to attend.

TO HOLD
CONCERT
The eighth annual grand concert
sponsored by Abraham Bramson
will be held Sunday evening,
March 12th at the Beth David au
ditorium, 135 Northwest Third
Avenue. Featured during the con-
cert will be a dramatic soprano
from England. Tickets may be
obtained at the auditorium or from
Mr. Bramson. Further details will
be announced in following issues.

ONEG SHABBAT TO
BE OBSERVED
The Miami Chapter of Senior
Hadassah will observe Oneg Shah-
bat Saturday afternoon, February
18th at 2:00 o'clock at the Hotel
Evans. Speakers of the afternoon
include Mrs. Max Shlavin. chair-
man of the National Hadassah I
speaker's bureau for six years; j
Mr. Harry Simonhoff, prominent I
local attorney, whose subject will j
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Capons Fowls Soft
BoastersFry ersBroilers
Properly dressed and cut up
to your orderat prices you
can afford to pay
RABBI TO KILL POULTRY
According to Jewish Law
All Day Thursday Until Noon
Friday
Fresh Fla. Select Eggs
Fresh Fish & Sea Foods Daily!
317 N. W. Fifth St.
who will review "Going Home.
Cantor Maurice Mamches will sing
Palestinian melodies. The public
is invited to attend.

R. R. Adler, Nathan Adelm.t Ab,
Aronovitz, M. S. Bandler. Hurr
Simonhoff- Dr. Frank Cor.: lJ
Eisenstein. Sidney Sega 11. Uut
Levin, Marx Feinberg, Bar
Hirsch Meyer, Dr. Harold
Milton A. Friedman, Gu-
berg. George Goldberg. Elry
and
Gin
TO HOLD
MEETING
The monthly discussion meeting jJj ^y^ and Harry S
of the National .Council of Jewish | a)ternates: Harry Novacl Ben}
Juniors will be' held at the Bet'-. ( Brongton H. Weingarte- A. J
Jacob Congregation Tuesday even-j T()bin l8idor Frankel. Wm. Fried
mg, February 21at at 9:00 o'clock., man M Rose, Ha; .
Guest speaker of the evening will, Schvaxtz. Fred K. Shochf SaM
be Mr. Harry Zukernick, attorney ; Halpert, Louis freiman. Morrii
for the Miami Beach Consumer's, Rubjn joseph Lipton, Sam ra!
el. Stanley C Myers, I .-rwfl
Roth. Leonard Jacobus an M.
Kopelowitz.
Following the business
refreshm,ents were served v
R. Adler. refreshment chair
League, and treasurer of the Joint
Boycott Council against Aggressor
Nations, whose subject will be
"Boycotting Aggressors." Open
discussion will follow. All mem
bers and friends are urged to at-
tend.

B'NAI B'RITH
MEETS
The business meeting of the
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith was
held Tuesday evening in the Elks
Lodge, regular meeting place of
the Lodge for the coming year,
with E. Albert Pallot. presiding.
Reports of the various committees
were heard and a report from
Harry Simonhoff, newly appoint-
ed chairman of the Anti-Defama-
tion Committee was given.
Joining the Cooperative Boycott
Council was unanimously adopted.
Committee chairmen appointed
were Dr. Charles S. Werblow and
Sidney L. Segall, co-chairmen
Student Union Activities; Isaac
charge, and a program w
sented by Walter Jacobs.
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THE FAMILY
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to their many friends for the kindnes-
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daring their reeent bereavement.
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ERipAY, FEBRUARY 17,1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
>
PAGE THREE
&Jemsh Ftcridian
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
P. O. Box 2973
PLANT AND OFFICES
21 8. W. Second Avenue
I,
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
I
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
Mrs. William Friedman, Miss Flor-
ence Cromer, the Scouts will do
the Flag Salute; and Miss Phyllis
Shulman, Mrs. Marion Shindell,
president of the Y. M., and her
committee, will act as hostesses in |
serving delicious refreshments. |
Every Jew in this vicinity is urged
to attend this great event as ev-
ery creed will be represented on
the platform; Catholic, Protestant
and Jew..
Save this date, Tuesday, Febru-
ary 21st at the Y. M. H. A. club
rooms.
MANAGER APTE SELECTS
DUCK PIN TEAMS
SUBSCRIPTION
One year .....
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1939
VOLUME 12. NUMBER 7
Refugees
In the chancelleries of Europe negotiations of a diplomatic
nature are still going on as to what is to be done for the solu-
tion of the refugee problem. Commissions are being dispatched
to out of the way and undeveloped places to study and report
(ca-jneir suitability for the absorption of victims of persecution
and oppressionheavens in which refugees may attempt to find
peace and an opportunity to rebuild their lives. To the sensitive
mind and the sympathetic heart these diplomatic1 negotiations
may be progressing too slowly and efforts to rescue those in
peril may not embrace all who seek to emigrate to havens of
safety. The urgent task of transmigration, however, is going
forward.
The question often is posed: How do those fortunate enough
to be included in the quota laws of the United States, who coma
to these shores, adjust themselves after their nerve-wracking
experiences and how ido they fuse into the economic structure?
It is factually true that recent arrivals have established
new industries affording employment to Americans out of work.
The education, training and talents which they can render
should greatly enhance American trade and industry if given
an honest chance for expression. There is always the problem
at malicious propaganda emanating from unfriendly or unin-
formed sources which are opposed to this new influx of emigres.
Yet there is every reason to believe that this, too, can be over-
come with the knowledge that these emigres, representing for
the most part a human element forced out of economic existence
after a long record of success and achievement in arts and in-
dustries abroad, come to these shores richly endowed and
eager to serve.
Adjustment of new arrivals to the American scene and
tempo of life, is not a new problem. The problem has been met;
H will be met again. America throughout her history always
fccs maintained because of her great resources and structure of
society, an elastic and easily adjustable capacity for absorbing
the human material that came to its shores in successive waves.
With one months practice ses-
sion under their belts Jack Apte,
manager of the Y. M. H. A. bowl-
ing team has selected the follow-
ing six teams to do combat next
Monday,, February 20th, at the
Miami Recreation Alleys. i
Here are the teams and their in-
dividual scores for three.game to-
tal: Team No. 1, Herman Waits-
man, captain, 315; Marty Milstein
282 and Dr. Sam Beckmart 256;
Team No. 2, Sam Seitlin, captain,
301; Hal Levinson 282 and Abe
Silver 251; Team No. 3, Harry
Schwartz captain, 294; Al Reisman
289 and Pete Silverman 2fil; Team
No. 4, Nat Blumberg captain. 258,
Jack Apte 294 and Clem Ham-
mond 251; Team No. 5, Allie Berk-
owitz captain. 279. Abe Berkowitz
305 and Joe Berman 270; Team
Ho. fi. Ralph Grossman1 captain.
299, Sam Tendrich 270 and Dave
I-emelman 268.
Herman Waitsman walked off
with the honors last Monday at
the bowling alleys when not con-
tent with a 315 score was thrown
in as a ringer against the Litvaks
in their special match against the
Momaligas and knocked over the
necessary pins to help the Moma-
ligas win by one poin*.
Come to the Miami Recreation
Alleys Monday, February 20th and
be treated to some real duck pin
matches. Everyone welcome.
b'nai bthth
ifj
BRIEFS
BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL
Sholem Lodge held its first bus-
iness meeting in the new spacious
quarters of the Elks Lodge of
Miamiand a successful meeting
it was. Delegates were named to
the District Convention to be held
at Charleston, S. C, February 26
and 27.
CORRESPONDENCE
I
I
Committees were named for
this year. Brother Bandler re-
ported that the membership drive
was showing good resultsthat
the various members of his com-
mittee were working diligently.
Brother Walter "Alamac" Jacobs
of the Entertainment Committee
brought for our entertainment
"Pall Mall" of the Esquire Club.
Following the meeting. Brother
"Rudy" Adler, chairman of re-
freshments, did a swell job, offer-
ing apple strudel and punch to en-
courage future attendance at
meetingsa tasty inducement, in-
deed.
REACH SEMI FINALS IN
TENNIS TOURNAMENT
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
BROTHERHOOD CONVENTIO
AT "Y" TUESDAY, FEB. 21 ST
On Tuesday evening, Februarj
21st, at 8:30 o'clock, the "Y" wil
celebrate Brotherhood week. Thi
event is sponsored annually by
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews. -P
Y. M. H. A. DIRECTOR
HONORED
Our "Executive Director, Mau
rice Grossman, was recently hon-
ored by being appointed a mem
ber of the Stephen Foster Memor
ial Committee. This body is plan
ning to erect a suitable memorial
for the late Stephen Foster of
"Suwaiee River" fame.
Our Executive Director has pre-
pared an excellent program for
that evening. The principal speak-
er will be William Hardie. Execu-
tive Secretary of Miami Beach As-
sociation, and son of the first
sheriff of Dade County. Others
who will speak are Rev. "Dick"
Evans, Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner,
Last Monday the Y. M. H. A.
Athletic field was the seen.- of the
elimination contests- in the Greater
Miami Daily New-WIOD, Inc.,
Table Tennis Tourney, with the
following contestants emerging
victorious: Sol Sirkin defeated
Dwight Gardner 21-15 and 21-16;
Marshall Feuer over Murry Dacks
21-17; 21-15; and over Abe Berk-
owitz, in a hard fought three set
match 21-12; 13-21; 21-9; Richard
Miles defeated Herbert Ornstein
in straight sets 21-8 and 21-13 and
Ike Gordon won over Walter Krae-
mer 21-5 and 21-11. By winning
these matches, Sirkin, Gordon,
Feuer and Miles entered the semi-
final round consisting of but 16
players in the entire tournament,
mid have qualified to piny at the
Evans Hotel, Miami Beach this
Sunday. February 19t'i at 2:01 p.
m.. where the field will be cut to
four players. From there the
s-ene will shift to the Floridian
Hotel on Monday, February 20th
at 8:00 p. m., when the finals will
he played and the winner declared
champion of Greater Miami.
The games held at the "Y" were
in charge of Herbert Aronson,
10th ranking table tennis player in
the United States and a recent
victor over Sol Schiff. number one
player in the United States, by a
score of 21-16 and 21-14 in Nation-
al Inter-City Tournament. Mr.
Aronson is here for the winter
with his mother and sister and
may he a permanent resident in
which case he will become a mem-
ber of the Y. M. H. A. My guess
is either Solly Sirkin or Ike Gor-
don to cop the championship. And
if I'm wrong so what? <
Many of our good Sholem Lodge
BBs will participate in the Tab-
leau of Historical characters to
be presented at the Refugee Ball
sponsored by Senior Hadassah on
Washington's birthdaynext week
at the Civic Center. You are
sharing in a most worthy cause.
Hadassah is putting on one of the
finest culture events ever attempt-
ed in Greater Miami. About 5000
people are expected to attend this
Mammoth costume ball. It will
probably be an education to all of
us to bpfome familiar with out-
standing characters down through
the ages in Jewish history. Sho-
lem Lodge should he proud to sup-
port the "refugee" cause. Con-
gratulations. Brothers!
Of interest to all Ben B'riths is
the stand recently taken by Broth-
er Henry Monsky, National Presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith. in his report
at Washingtin, D. C to the an
r.'ual meeting of the Executive
Committee. Brother Monsky goes
'dn record for B'nai B'rith in de-
claring that Palestine "offers un-
questionably the greatest single
opportunity for resettlement of a
substantial number of coreligion-
ists. He further stated thai
"wholly visionary and impracti-
cal," and concluded that in his
opinion "the present Jewish crisis
demands a redoubling of efforts^
on behalf of Palestine." The re-
port further states the 64000 B'nai
B'rith membership was due to the
"growing awareness of the vital
issues which face the Jewish peo-
ple." This attitude is becoming
more and more prevalent in lodges
throughout the country. It should
result in a greater cooperation by
B'nai B'rith with all Jewish caus-,
es and a participation in the solu-1
tion of all Jewish problems per-
taining to Palestine. We await
with keen interest the outcome of
the present Arab-Jewish confer-
ence in London thTs week.
The Jewish Floridian,
Miami, Florida.
Dear Sirs:
I have just read in the "Minutes
of the Miami Baptist Association"
which met on November 16th, 17th
and 18th, 1938, in Miami, Florida,
the following, from the Report of
the Resolutions Committee, which
was adopted unanimously by the
Association:
"Resolved, that the Association
condemn publicly and in no uncer-
tain terms the ruthless and bar-
baric persecutions now being methl"
odically pursued in German and
other parts of the- world against
the Jews and other groups. "
This Association is composed of
the Missionary Baptist churches
from West Palm Beach to Key
West, 41 in number with a mem-
bership of 14,000.
My pastor, Dr. C. Roy Angel!,
of the Central Baptist Church, has
on many occasions, publicly de-
plored these actions and has pray-
ed publicly that the hands of the
dictators be stayed.
Yours very truly,
BEN J. KINCAID,
407 Fla. Nat'l Bank BIdg. Mi-
ami, Fla.
SOCIETY
Jl'NIOR HADASSAH
REPORTS ON CONVENTION
Reports of the Southern Region-
al conference held last week in
Atlanta by delegates who attend-
ed were highlights, of the meeting
of Junior Hadassah Monday even-
ing. Delegates from this unit
were Mrs. Irving Querido, Miss
Blanche Seligman and Miss .Tean-
ette Kronenfeld. Features of *'-:-
discussiou was the singing*n' f>v-
eral songs wnrcrl wPT^ranjJ at the
closing banquet of the convention.
With two exception's, all of the of-
ficers of the Southern ? Region
were re-elected for the seertnd year
of their terms, among whom is
Mrs. Murry Grossman, a past
president of the Miami unit, who
will continue as fund raising chair-
man for the Regin.
J. N. F. work was sti*sed at
the conference it was reported by
delegates, and Miss Belle Tannen.
J. N. F. chairman of the Miami
Junior organization, outlined her
plans for this phase of work and
distributed J. N. F. boxes to mem-
bers. Miss Ida Safer was the
winner of the quizz which was
conducted.
On to Charleston February 26th
and 27th.______________^^^^^
William Friedman, father of our
president, Milton, started (tff our
proposed library by donating a
swell set of books, and we all
sure do appreciate it. .Who's
next?
Harrv Gordon, member of our
WEDDING
TAKES PLACE
The marriage <5f Miss Frances
Ravitz to Anton Loeb was held on
Tuesday morning on the lawn of
Rabbi Mescheloff's home who offi-
ciated at the ceremtny assisted by
Cantor Maurice Mamehes and Mr.
Max Feit. A reception followed
the ceremony. Mr. Loeb is an ar-
tist with the Fleischer's Studios.

MEETING
TO BE HELD
The annual Mothers and Daugh-
ters meeting of the Ladies Auxil-
iary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau
will be held Monday, February 20
at the Evans Hotel. Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan will he the guest speaker
and Mrs. Bertha B. Levy will pre-
sent the program. All members
and friends are cordially invited
to attend.
Board of Directors, is up and
around after receiving treatment
from Dr. Samuel Befkman. 0


*AQE FOUR
THE JEW18H FLOMDIAlf
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 8. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
RELIGIOUS FORUM
The weekly Friday evening re-
ligious forum will meet again at
8:30 p. m.t on Friday and Rabbi
Kellner will speak on "The Law
of Life." A most cordial invita-
tion is extended to all, young and
old are welcome.
LADIES AUXILIARY
As we go to press out- annual
Purim Ball has just been celebrat-
ed and our heartfelt thanks and
profound gratitude is tendered to
all the loyal workers and the
many who attended our function
and thus assured its success.
TALMUD CLASS
Maintaining its high tradition
for Talmudic excellence the class
had as its guest lecturer the dean
of the Rabbinical Seminary of
America this past Sabbath after-
noon. Rabbi David Leibowitz who
enjoys a national reputation as a
great Talmudic scholar, has deliv-
ered a most brilliant discourse on
the subject of "Sefer Torah Writ-
ing."
BORUCH HABO
We welcome into our community
Rabbi M. Wintner of the Yeshiva
Torah Vodaath and Mesfito who
'is in our midst on behalf of his
institution. The above named Yesh-
iva has distinguished itself among
many other things with the decis-
ion to bring over to these shores
the world renowned Yeshiva of
Frankfurt on Main.
THANK YOU
The Rabbinical Association
take this means of thanking Rabbi
Seymour Gewirtz of Brooklyn, N.
Y., who delivered a most inspiring
talk over the Jewish hour the
past Sunday afternoon.
MIZRACHI NOTES
The Miami Mizrachi had a most
successful meeting in our syna
gogue and those assembled were
deeply impressed with the eloquent
and inspiring talk of the guest
speaker, Rabbi Solomon Sadowsky,
of Rochester, N. Y.
A WORD IN TIME
The outstanding functions will
be held during the coming week
in our community and we whole-
heartedly urge and counsel our
many friends to patronize both
"with their attendance and sup-
port. The "Night of Stars" on
Monday night as well as the Ha-
dassah Refugee Ball on Wednes-
day night are deserving of the
backing of the Jewish community.
REFUO SHLEMO
We pray with the family of Ir-
win Berger that he speedily recov-
er and rejoin his marry friends.
NICHUM OVEUM
We chronicle with profound re-
grets this passing of the late Mrs.
Jennie Rosenberg andtwe extend
to her bereaved family our sincere
condolences.
HABANOTH HAPPENINGS
The Habanoth Debs, recently or-
ganized are .planning for a unique
and worthy project in connection
with their weekly meetings. They,
in conjunction with the girls of
the Blue and White are also parti-
cipating in the National contests
sponsored by the main office in
New York. While the Buds are
entering the Purim costume con-
test sponsored by the Senior as-
sembly of the Sunday School.
Each unit has reported several
new members in the past week and
a joint reception to all new mem-
bers will be held on Purim after-
noon. '
EDNA'S
BEAUTY SALON
2272 S. W. 8th STREET
Specializing in Shelton and
Zato> Permanent Waves, Par-
ker Herbey Scalp Treatments.
PHONE 4-4912
Strictly Confidential
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is to give them excessively season-
ed food and then, for hours f-
terward, refuse to let them drink
water. Italian crucifix manu-
facturers are now letting the fig-
ure of Jesus on their products bear
a vague resemblance to II Dtice>|
. The idea being to flatter Be-
nito. The latest "inside" rumor
about Schmeling's troubles with
Goebbels is that the boxer's wife,
screen actress Ondra, is expected
to join her husband in America
and that neither of them will ever
return to Naziland. Frankly,
we don't believe a word of it. ..
If you missed Quentin Reynold's
fine feature article in last week's
"Collier's" you have only yourself
to blame We told you months
apo to look out for it. The
title is "Unwanted" Best story
of the week about happenings i^
Berlin reads as follows.....A
non-Aryan, beaten up by hold-up
men on a Berlin street one night,
yelled: "Help! Murder!". ... Po-
licemen rushed to the victim and
tried to silence him with the warn-
ing: "sh-h-h! You mustn't discuss
politics aloud, or you'll get into
trouble." .
GOLDEN WEST DEPARTMENT
Ever since Leni Riefensthal got
the cold shoulder in Hollywood the
Nazi Consuls on the Coast have
been instructed by their govern-
ment to send in daily reports on
the doings of the motion picture
colony. And ever since a new
B'nai B'rith lodge was organized
in Beverly Hills, Hollywood has
IT PAY6 TO GET THE BEST
Black Sand. Mock. Marl or Mix-
ed Soil, $1.00 a yard.
Cow Manure, 3 bag SI.00
Pbn 4-4S04. Agent will call.
WOLPERT'S
FURNITURE
BARGAINS!
Wo Refuse To Be Undersold
155 W. FLAGLER ST.
PHONE 3-4132
FRIDAY, F1BRUARY 17.193a 1
been losing its prejudice against
anti-Nazi films. The new Hoi-
lywood lodge, incidentally, counts
among its members such celebn*
ties as Jack Benny, George Burns,
the four Marx Brothers, the Ritz
Brothers, Jack Warner, Jr., and
Sam Briskin, the producer.....
One of New York's best-informed
columnists insists that Captain
Fritz Weidman's wife is a Jewoss.
. Fritz is the new Nazi consul
to San Francisco. Her maiden
name, we are told is Richter, and
her mother wears a swastika pen-
dant. To show that everything
is kosher, we presume. .
ABOUT PEOPLE
Washington gossip is very
strong that Myron C. Taylor, F.
D. R.'s representative on the in-
tergovernmental Refugee Commis-
sion, will succeed Joseph C. Ken-
nedy as Ambassador to England.
. Jan Masaryk, now in this
country, became an ardent Zionist
when he met a beautiful German
Jewish refugee girl in England
and heard her story of the calvary
she had suffered in Naziland. .
Andre Maurois, distinguished
French homme de lettres, who be
longs to the people Hitler chooses
dent of the B'nai B'rith will be
to call parasitic, is coming to
these shores late this month to lec-
ture on English history, of all
things. Henry Monsky, presi-
the main orator at thee commence-
ment exercises of Stephen S. Wises
Institute of Religion, in May. .
Authors Pierre van Paassen and
Maurice Samuel celebrated their
44th birthdays last week. Qov.
ernor Henry Horner of Djinoia is
still a pretty sick man, though he
is trying to recuperate in Florid*
. Isaac Stein, one of the betto
journalists in the Yiddish | ress
is ill at Mount Sinai Hoj^ifc,!
Asked the other day what he m Mi
do with Hitler if Germany is de.
feated in the next war, he replied:
"I'd put him in a cage am! have
him exhibited in all the a
ment parks of democratic
tries, with an admission ( _
the proceeds from which would be
used to reimburse the non-A-yans
who were robbed by his regime"
. Theda Bara, screen vamp of
the silent era, now lives in Man-
hattan's East Sixties and niter
tains high society these da>
She has no intention of rrt -ring
to the movies. Lillian Roth,
who hasn't been seen for tht last
few years, is coming back t
as her divorce from Judge F !lek
will be granted sometime this
Spring ....
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FRIDAY, FEBSUAS7 17,1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES ME8CHELOFF, Rabbi
625 Michicon Avmue
'Phone 6-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. C.ntor
710 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 5-2013
DIVINE SERVICES
Daily at 7:00 and 8:00 a. m.; at
5:45 and 6:15 p. m. Friday night
il 5:30; aturday morning at 7:00
^nd 9:00; Saturday afternoon at
5:30.
FRIDAY NIGHT LECTURE
Man of Justice" will be the
lubject of Rabbi Moses Meschel-
Iffs lecture this Friday evening
\i 8:15. He will evaluate the man,
i aDdeis. Cantor Maurice Mara-
| will lead in the singing.
Florida's. Trees" will be the
abject of the Saturday morning
kcture. Rabbi Mescheloff w:"
Iso speak on "The Portion of from
Peek" at Shalosh S'oodoA-
,/iil be held a
day night at their r ing Rabbi Mescheloff spoke to
them on a vital phase of modern
Jewish life.
/iday
SIYUM
evening
The presentation 1939 at 8:15
irah, a scroll olJColman A. Zwit-
ade by Mr. Hf on the subject: "Ju
ember of ou and Creed" with
inday evening Biblical portion of
letters of
i ribed with r
Speakers, sing
into] music W
nt in the cerei
ir.t- aplenty
[ We cordially
tourists, me
tip us celebrat
Ision of a "Siy.i
mission chargt
be conducted
an.
prshippers will
Sisterhood af.
public is
S SCHOOL
tailding of the
item is not as im-
tadting of chil-
STl'DY (IK JKV
["he group which m
^ School Assem-
"ebruary 19th,
(noon between M.
iariv to listen to the *? ^.V^
If
n of Hadas
the "Shulchan Aru ...
.. ... Youth Ali-
Isrlish has been stea .reas entit-
mvite you to come and
Religious
REU(;iOVS SCHOOL the pro-
The annual Purim entertaining M,
i religious school will WM
\vn on Sunday afternoon. Muw fa
at the synagogue. A
? \ and a varii>d
program
I a good lime.
I'IRIM BALL
'in tenth annual Purim
> e hold oi
fclday night. March 6th at th
pridian Hotel. Those who re-
nber I, | year's xceptiona]
lional enterUii
mt aru! the ball it-^.-lf will h
N (., buy their tickets car'
km any of the Bynagogue M
[terhood officers or th.
Max F, h. |] ti|.k
and you h n mi .'
r e and Hebrew School
about
by Re-
Tem-
who
m ev-
lta---------
The Minnionaires welcome mem-
bers. The following are the char-
ter members Seymour Cohen, Nor-
man Arkin, Sidneye Besvenick,
Royal Jonas, Nathan Green, Ed-
ward Whitman, Leonard Merlin,
Irving Freedman. Robert, Malvine
and Harold Rothlein, Hubert Saal,
Joseph Furman, Arthur Deutscher
Irving Poliner, Srm "*f .' -lond
3'.'."' i.n(ta/T'Ac ti:.45 p. m., ovat'
! Station WKAT.
The birthdays of Alice Lewin,
; Herbert Neilinger and Teddy Mil-
ler were celebrated.
"AMERICANS ALL-
IMMIGRANTS ALL"
A section dealing with George
Washington and Haym Salomon of
a program which was presented
over the Columbia Broadcasting
System, will be re-enacted in the
Assembly on February 26th, 1939,
in commemoration of Washing-
ton's birthday. The program will
be an adaptation of the episode
entitled "The Jews in America" in
the series of programs sponsored
by the U. S. Department of Inter-
ior, over the Columbia Broadcast-
ing System, every Sunday, from
2:00 to 2:30 o'clock, under the
name "Americans AllImmigrants
All."
RADIO PROGRAM
Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi Zwitman
will speak on the Jewish Hour of
the Rabbinical Association, over
Station WIOD on Sunday after-
noon, February 19th, at 3*0 p. r^
The musical program will be un-
fler the direction of Annie Laurie
Lee.
YAHRZEITS
Yahrzeits for the rest of the
month: D. J. Slerikerk. Adel Eis-
mann, Donald Williams, Barbara
Eichengreen, Emden Herzog, Mar-
tin Raff, Eva Lubow, Nathan
Bernstein.
The newly appointed committees
of the Young Judeans are: social,
Murry Yosim, chairman; Gerry
Cohen, Evelyn Heller, Jerome
Goldberg, Pearle Eisenberg and
Lillian Gordon; constitution, Sam
Yosim, chairman; Leon Young and
Toby Rothblatt. Plans are being
made for a George Washington
dance.
Morris Hermer has been elected
a member of the National Coun-
cil for Palestine.
Eugene A. Hankin was married
Sunday to Mindell Cohen of Tam-
pa at the home of the bride. Rabbi
Adolph Burger officiated.
my t..
MRS. S. H. LUTSKY 1
President of the Southeastern
Region of Hali' 'ecently
JACKSONVILLE ))
R NEWS 1
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Meyerson
celebrated their fiftieth wedding
anniversary at a recefrid), given
by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Meyer-
son last Monday night, Abruarv
27th. *
ing act... Mrs. Sam Goldberg eel-
motiveseis" twenty-fifth weddir ,
tion. My ele^he recrea* was
accomplished w T>v-'. \.iie support
of either of the now existing
daily newspapers.
For many years prior to 1928,
City of Miami, to a large degree,
the City Commissioners of the
I am told, had been dominated and
controlled by one of the daily pa-
pers. Its position as dictator in
(ivic affairs was seized by anoth-
er daily paper in 1929 and 1930,
and for several years thereafter.
Since that time, until the
present commission was elected,
many of the commissioners were
tagged and branded as being con-
trolled by one of the daily papers.
In the last election, neither of
these papers were successful in
electing a candidate for City Com-
missioner, supported by them.
"I. as a City Commissioner, du-
ly elected by the people, merely
represent a revolt of the voters
against their former influence over
the affairs of the city. In order
to justify themselves and to im-
press the neonle with the necessity
of following their leadership, they
have made me the subject of
many bitter attacks and started
giving me a ride and, believe you
me, the ride has been rather rot-
ten.
"As a result of the episode con-
cerning the publication of the "I
Will Not Pay a Bribe" advertise-
The regular monthly meeting of
the Senior Hadassah Chapter for
February took place last Wednes-
day afternoon in the Jacksonville
Jewish Center. Mrs. D. H. Lasa-
row, president, conducted the busi.
ness session. Mrs. Isidore Mosco-
vitz, program chairman, presented
a novel and interesting program.
The study group meeting took
returned &n>w "th'at I nad hL &** l^^l evening >" the
. Persecuted, but the indict- *.<>' rrv (
Uciit had served its purpose. The
Recall
....o. Harry Gendzier. The
coWt'ion ,is bein conducted un-
"I have been ,-i w* Vf* V ?-
He*.] office-holder #>. tain "mount of this and it is :m-
nossible to please everyone. You
'"'n on'v annreciate this hv spend-
ing one day listening to the scorps
of persons making unreasonable.
able I ,hlu .If Wa Tt|Ult- '"--nands rrd fHn impossible
to fare th- d "\ .be ca,Ie.d Upon I **Wi and becomin
to face other people's enemies any
more than they should be called
upon to face mine. The Recall
was directed against three com-
missioners as a unit. I still think
movement had gained,
what my opponents thought was
sufficient momentum through this
false and unfair criminal charge.
The Recall movement was insti-
tuted against the three commis-
sioners who were under indict-
ng rank enemies
''Ikative propagandists because
th":r raw requests were denied.
Mv veeor'I shows that I havo
tried to help *he voung progress-
'"" element. Tp this day and age,
T Irnnw *hnt this is important and)
I intend to continue as a progres-
si*' wi*h a reasonable, liberal
policy, knowing that the T'nited
States and the world demands this
MINNIONAIRES
I' 1 havi been go
rapid strides. This
young men between the
h "' 13 an,! 18 meet each Sun-
if "I I..... for service
which is followed by
'" breakfaat served by
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ANNUAL CLASSIC
TO BE HELD
Eliminations for the annual nur-
sery stake classic, first of three
major greyhound racing stake
races booked this season at West
Flagler Kennel Club, are now go-
ing on at the westside oval.
Trials in the first round end this
week-end and the second
will start Monday. Trials
are scheduled to continue until the
field of forty of the country's
outstanding canine youngsters are
boiled down to a field of eight.
The final race will be run off on
February 27th.
The Flagler nursery stake clas-
sic is one of the biggest and rich-
est dog racing stake events in the
nation. It is worth $1,000.
George Elfrink was the first
nursery stake champion crowned
at West Flakier. He won the
title for John Allen back in 1935.
The following year. Fawn Leader
which is owned by Merrill Blair,
now one of the leading owners at
Flagler. came through with the
title, while Just Jerry won for J.
B. McCoullough in 1937 and Rip A
Rarin' for Fred Whitehead last
season.
This season's nursery classic
. stacks up as one which will find
the competition close. Several of
c.,he nursery contenders are grey-
"nda which some day will be
hy "hot-box" contenders.
Vy Knob, a greyhound owned
by Doc. Austin who has produced
many champions in the past
among them that great female
star, Reba Nell, has been made a
favorite to capture the 1939 Flag-
ler nursery classic.
that if a Recall were necessarv.
there should have been individual
petitions, as people who were my
enemies signed the petitions to ge"t
me and in so doing, it was al=o
iTn^S^tyi*Vainst Mr' ^- ** >*"*. well being anrl a return
enen ieB -h DuBSe and the!r < depression.
. rl,\V7Tl ainst them 1 to analvze the situation verv care-
naturally had to take me along.
"Many constructive measures
have been effected in behalf of the
city during the short time I have
held office. It must be remember-
ed that Miami is a fast growing
community and it is essential and
necessary to keep abreast with
times. The bond refunding pro-
gram alone will save the taxpay-
ers of this city over fifteen million
dollars. The city has lived within
its income under this administra-
tion and I believe it is the first
time since 1925 that this had been
done. In this connection, I wish to
say that I have been accused of I match my record for service in
being guilty of placing my friends this community against any of the
in available city positions in the | members of the Recall group."
place of my enemies. In aases: Dr. Ferguson is a native of
where by friends could fill the po- Terre Haute, Ind., married and
fullv and see if nossible what our
enemies in the Recall Election are
trying to do. In my opinion it is
and alwvs will be a battle be-
t.v-.n, *he "ot" and 'he "ins",
and I wish to pledge to the citizens
of Miami mv willingness at this
Recall Flection 60 appear before
?he neoole so that they mav pass
".oVnient on mv actions in dis-
eh-.'-gifg mv official duties.
"I intepd to live here the rest
of mv life apd to do everything I
can that in mv oninion is good
for the city whether I am a City
Commissione1" or not and I will
sitions just as capably, I hardly
expected to be criticized for this.
al facilities for Miami has been
largely under my supervision.
?1-.000.00 had already been ap-
has a son attending the publia
schools. He is an active membet
"The development of recreation- of the Young Democratic Club,
Mahi Shrine Temple, Rotary, Uni.
versity Club and the American
Legion.
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PAGE filX
THE JEWISH FLORlDlAN
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1? 1)t

ORAYNOO

OUR LIGHT "
BY HELEN BRAUNSTEIN, EDITOR
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
42* Anderson Court Orlando, Florida
anticipa-
vimtn,
Friday, 8:15 p.^m.
Ser
Serrafcn, Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
"The "Message of Chassidism for
Our Day.'* 'This fascinating sub-
subject deals ^ith the Baal Shem
Tov and the, unique movement
which arose.in Poland during the
last century and inspired a phase
of Jewish culture which has a dis-
tinct message for Jews today.
Rabbi Skop will describe the
biographies and ventures of the
Chassidic movement and tell some
of the interesting stories of tl#
The commun-
lewtsh community. 'ne
new term will start Monday, rob f ^^ with
ruarv20th. The Bar Miv ( .,. gtea
classes will meet as usual with the
post-Bar Mitzvah --J-jJJ
Rabib Skop and Cantor
eligious sc
busily engaged
lo "*" -
COMMUNITY SHOCKBD
., f Mr. Louis
The'Sunday religious school ela*
-ngaged m
manning their Purim booths tor
the Purim carnival to be held
Sunday, March 5th from 3.81
A special Puri
-L'-liien ne"' ,.
n ando stunned the

LADIES AUXILIARY
At the next meeting of the La
dies Auxiliary, Dr. O. P. Fairfield
noted artist and teacher of paint-
ing, president of the Orlando Art
Association, will speak on "How
to Appreciate a Portrait." M rs.
Lou Jacobs, president, invites all
the ladies in the community to
this open meeting. Plans will be
made for the Purim Carnival .-to'
be held on March 5th.
The
Leiberman of
entire Je*
I eiberma i
olde Je*'*'
he ilth and
chc. Sha
away after a
community. Mr-
of Orlando's
residents, in Rd
in Congregation
ker. his w
i '
,, Bertha.
all president
and ..laughter.
COP
Hebrew
HEBREW AND RELIGIOUS
r,OOl,
famous personality and his foil-"' Ln deserving of the
-iig of the Jewi
ers.
REFUO SHLEMO
ish community.
Services Saturd?-
TALMUD CLASS
Maintaining its high tradition
for Talmudic excellence the class
had as its guest lecturer the dean
of the Rabbinical Seminary of
America this past Sabbath after-
noon. Rabbi David Leibowitz who
enjoys a national reputation as a
great Talmudic scholar, has deliv-
ered a most brilliant discourse on
the subject of "Sefer Torah Writ-
ing."
BORUCH HABO
We welcome into our community
Rabbi M. Wintner of the Yeshiva
Torah Vodaath and Mesfito who
lis in our midst on behalf of his
institution. The above named Yesh-
iva has distinguished itself among
many other things with the decis-
ion to bring over to these shores
the world renowned Yeshiva of
Frankfurt on Main.
THANK YOU
The Rabbinical Association
take this means of thanking Rabbi
Seymour Gewirtz of Brooklyn, N.
Y., who delivered a most inspiring
talk over the Jewish hour the
past Sunday afternoon.
MIZRACHI NOTES
The Miami Mizrachi had a most
successful meeting in our syna
gogue and those assembled were
deeply impressed with the eloquent
We pray with the family of Ir
win Berger that he speedily recov-
er and rejoin his marry friends.
NICHUM OVEIJM
We chronicle with profound re-
jrrets this passing of the late Mrs.
Jennie Rosenberg and* we extend
to her bereaved family our sincere
condolences.
HABANOTH HAPPENINGS
The Habanoth Debs, recently or
ganized are .planning for a unique
and worthy project in connection
with their weekly meetings. They,
in conjunction with the girls of
the Blue and White are also parti-
cipating in the National contests
sponsored by the main office in
New York. While the Buds are
entering the Purim costume con-
test sponsored by the Senior as-
sembly of the Sunday School.
Each unit has reported several
new members in the past week and
a joint reception to all new mem-
bers will be held on Purim after-
noon.
nc-figress of
midnight.
will be shown during tne .,.
sior... Members of the school
have been assigned to the van
classes to plan details for the -
booths. Special booths Will
,ducteH by .be ,01 club and j*-g*
brew School. Fl
The entire community wishes fa B .....P.
eXpress its heart-fcU Ma,, \ .
to Mr. and Mrs. Murray Bel the Mt. Nebon
upon the announcement of tl ^ ^;|.,_, XNI> HlSTORi
eagement of their .lautfht, v.\ -^ beautifuI Germ
to Mr. Germnine. nrl^Jtfsh refugee girl in England
a teacher of n'Jfid heard her story of the calvary
she had suffered in Naziland. .
Andre Maurois, distinguished
French homme de lettres. who be-
longs to the people Hitler chooses
dent of the B'nai B'rith will be
to call parasitic, is coming to
these shores late this month to lec-
ture on English history, of all
things. Henry Monsky, presi-
the main orator at thee commence-
ment exercises of Stephen S. Wises
Institute of Religion, in May. .
Authors Pierre van Paassen and
...
H, niddenly passed
.troke, leaving, be-
reputation as a
communal wor-
gon William,
of
Mrs.
and
Services were
, ,.,or Leshlnsky
bort at the chapel
Interment
OPEN TO visitor?
9:00 A. M TU6:p^
Musa Isle
Seminole
Indian Village
AiUGATOR WRESTUNc
EVKK\ HOUR
N. W. 25Ui AYB.iaaU|J
Banana, Gua>a. Citrus |J
and
Many Rare Tropical Flu,
tithe Religious Schoolf
men on a
yelled: "Help! Muvorrespondew0.
licemen rushed to the Vi____/and
tried to silence him with the warn-
ing: "sh-h-h! You mustn't discuss
politics aloud, or you'll get into
trouble." .
GOLDEN WEST DEPARTMENT
Ever since Leni Riefensthal got
the cold shoulder in Hollywood the
Nazi Consuls on the Coast have
been instructed by their govern-
ment to send in daily reports on
the doings of the motion pictuse
colony. And ever since a new
B'nai B'rith lodge was organized
in Beverly Hills, Hollywood has
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as you would prepare them.
Rich cream, table butter,
choice spices, Heinz "aristo-
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tables that are the pick of
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these are the in-
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Ralph Ferguson
Discusses Election
RABBI
530 N.
MBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph O.
He. Indian fn-ek Drive- 6-1265
MIAMI BEACH
|r or both c." the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning.
nay consult with them on matters concerning the Jewis commu-
y*u.- pc: tonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
and Uvlce, and, needless to say. each matter will be held In
onfitfence.
N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
E. 31st St.2-7745
MIAMI
CONGREGATIONAL
not withdraw thyself from
jgregation."Hillel.
Regular services will be held a
Ample this Friday evening
February 17th, \'Xi'.> at 8:15
! o'clock. Kabhi Colman A. Zwit-
nta^will speak on the subje.-t: "'.lu
daism as Life an,l Creed" with
reference to the Biblical portion of
the week.
" The services vrill be conducted
' Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
* \ reception to worshippers will
"* "tendered by the Sisterhood af.
tan**'the services. The public is
I *t*":ally invited.
I Hit I
, B m RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
IjriarfiVst" the rebnilding of the
l^HKBfti in Jerusalem is not as im
\ as the teaching of chil-
< Religious School Assem-
ep^T ySnndy, February 19th.
,' S. H. Lutsky, president
i. eak on the Youth Ali-
nt in an address entit-
Transplanted." Sev-
i of the Religious
WUfMVS K10M. xrticipate in the pro-
e ante roc N
lfeaBahni(ttrjr*,ay mornmg's
or reitm< bM 5 Vg birthday
rivet on Sandiy ifor v..in an addreS8
pth it the sTiafjr';- \
fitj and a vinad :<: ri
like for a rood Am.
rttrj BAIL
as-
was
by
1 the story about
>ln related by Re-
pupil of the Tem-
ious School, who
ren's program ev-
g,-------------------------_
Oar tenth annual P-jri
pltetatakomvil >.. r T* If
Kindly nirhi, Nird ftl it ft I I If
P"*"Hotd. TloMtko ^1 L I
^nember lut rH:; ,w:-Mi-_
propim of urofr... H ,-,
" i and the h; >
! boy tfe, !!rtrj a,
,. |"TfaV nun* v in
ery Sunday at 6:45 p. m., ovar
Station WKAT.
The birthdays of Alice Lewin,
Herbert Neilinger and Teddy Mil-
ler were celebrated.
"AMERICANS ALL-
IMMIGRANTS ALL"
A section dealing with George
Washington and Haym Salomon of
a program which was presented
over the Columbia Broadcasting
System, will be re-enacted in the
Assembly on February 26th, 1930,
in commemoration of Washing-
ton's birthday. The program will
be an adaptation of the episode
entitled "The Jews in America" in
the series of programs sponsored
by the U. S. Department of Inter-
ior, over the Columbia Broadcast-
ing System, every Sunday, from
2 00 to 2:30 o'clock, under the
name "Americans AllImmigrants
All."
RADIO PROGRAM
Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi Zwitman
will speak on the Jewish Hour of
the Rabbinical Association, over
Station WIOD on Sunday after-
noon. February 19th. at 3*0 p. r,
The niusiral program will be un-
der the direction of Annie Laurie
Lee.
YAHRZEITS
Yahrzeits for the rest of the
month: D. J. Slenkerk. Adel Eis-
mann, Donald Williams, Barbara
Eichengreen, Emden Herzog, Mar-
tin Raff, Eva Lubow, Nathan
Bernstein.
Dr. Ralph B. Ferguson, promi-
nent in local professional, civic
and fraternal organizations since
his arrival in Miami about 17
years ago, in discussing the recall
election said: "It is my desire to
present before the people of Miami
a brief explanation of my official
actions as their City Commission-
er since my induction in office, as
well as a statement of my aims
and objectives.
Less than two years ago, I was
chosen as your Commissioner with
a vote of in the neighborhood of
12,000 out of 16,000 votes cast This
was the highest number of votes
CBst for any of the candidates for
the office of City Commissioner.
This mandate gave me the assur-
ance that I held the people's trust
and confidence. This rebuke to
my enemies fired them to unceas-
ing activities since my election. A
short review of their efforts and
motives is worthy of considera
tion. My election to office was
accomplished without the support
of either of the now existing
daily newspapers.
For many years prior to 1928,
City of Miami, to a large degree,
the City Commissioners of the
I am told, had been dominated and
controlled by one of the daily pa-
pers. Its position as dictator in
civic affairs was seized by anoth-1
cr daily paper in 1929 and 1930,
and for several years thereafter.
Since that time, until the
present commission was elected,
many of the commissioners were
tagged and branded as being con-
trolled by one of the daily papers.
In the last election, neither of
these papers were successful in
electing a candidate for City Com-
missioner, supported by them.
"I. as a City Commissioner, du-
ly elected by the people, merely
represent a revolt of the voters
against their former influence over
the affairs of the city. In order
to justify themselves and to im-
press the oeople with the necessity
of following their leadership, they
have made me the subject of
many bitter attacks and started
giving me a ride and, believe you
me, the ride has been rather rot-
ten.
"As a result of the episode con-
cprnine the publication of the "I
Will Not Pay a Bribe" advertise-
""d rod (ho .
hMfapt lid -..-

toNKlH
held
frolic meeting Wed
g with Natalie Fel
, Elaine Berrik, Ed-
lith Cohen and Phyl
barge. The program
opening exercises ir
ff^ trefoil with Captain
- J Lieutenant Breskii
or bearers; a Gir
or Quizz, songs aric
""^J '
Stew *** h
N4,
Rt^ui
KOSHER
S4CSAGE
1 J?&
jo\;
01
Wintner of Brook
i visiting in Miami
interests of the re-
,iva Torah Vodaath
located in Williams-
i is undertaking the
great task of bring
world-famous Yeshiva
furt on Main, Ger
Tesaburg. Csechoslova-
can Jewry is urged to
e call which necessi-
mmediate immigration
?heee countries. Rabbi
WF M& here will contact
*S Sfiaft*
l"^
l*".,^
^CATr',.
ANNUAL CLASSIC
TO BE HELD
Eliminations for the annual nur-
sery stake classic, first of three
major greyhound racing stake
races booked this season at west
Flagler Kennel Club, are now go-
ing on at the westside oval.
Trials in the first round end this
weekend and the second round
will start Monday. Trials then
are scheduled to continue until the
field of forty of the country s
outstanding canine youngsters are
boiled down to a field of eight.
The final race will be run off on
February 27th.
The Flagler nursery stake clas-
sic is one of the biggest and rich-
est dog racing stake events in the
nation. It is worth $1,000.
George Elfrink was the first
nursery stake champion crowned
at West Flagler. He won the
title for John Allen back in 1935.
The following year, Fawn Leader
which is owned by Merrill Blair,
now one of the leading owners at
Flagler. came through with the
title, while Just Jerry won for J.
B. McCoullough in 1937 and Rip A
Rarin' for Fred Whitchead last
season.
This season's nursery classic
stacks up as one which will find
the competition close. Several of
the nursery contenders are grey-
hounds which some day will be
worthy "hot-box" contenders.
Rocky Knob, a greyhound owned
by Doc. Austin who has produced
many champions in the past
among them that great female
star, Reba Nell, has been made a
favorite to capture the 1939 Flag-
ler nursery classic.
ment, a grand jury was summon-
ed by one of the Circuit Court
Judges. This grand jury brought
in an indictment against me charg-
ing that I solicited a bribe from
the Florida Power and Light Com-
pany. Upon the basis of this in-
dictment the Recall was inaugu-
rated.
As soon as the movement
against me was well under way,
predicated upon the false and un-
fair indictment of me, Mr. Taylor,
the County Solicitor, dismissed
the indictment and refused to
prosecute because not the slightest
evidence had been presented to the
grand jury that I had solicited a
bribe from any one. Why then
was I indicted? Why should the
grand jury so flagrantly disregard
the law? My opinion is that the
answer lies in that the newspapers |
had convicted me in public print]
without trial. My accusal by the
grand jury was the first attack
made on me while the petitions of
Recall were being circulated af-
ter the Recall was well under way,
my indictment was suddenly dis-
missed. Everyone, even my ene-
mies, then knew that I had been
crosslv persecuted, but the indict-
ment had served its purpose. The
Recall movement had gained,
what my opponents thought was
sufficient momentum through this
false and unfair criminal charge.
The Recall movement was insti-
tuted against the three commis-|
sioners who were under indict-1
ment. I felt that this was inequit-'
able. I should not be called upon
to face other people's enemies any
more than they should be called
upon to face mine. The Recall
was directed against three com-
missioners as a unit. I still think
that if a Recall were necessary,
there should have been individual
petitions, as people who were my
enemies signed the petitions to get
me and in so doing, it was also
necessary to sign aeainst Mr. Wi*l-
Iiams and Mr. DuBose and their!
enemies who signed against them!
naturally had to take me along.
"Many constructive measures
have been effected in behalf of the
city during the short time I have
held office. It must be remember-
ed that Miami is a fast growing
community and it is essential and
necessary to keep abreast with
times. The bond refunding pro-
gram alone will save the taxpay-
ers of this city over fifteen million
dollars. The city has lived within
its income under this administra-
tion and I believe it is the first
time since 1925 that this had been
done. In this connection, I wish t<>
say that I have been accused of
being guilty of placing my friends
in available city positions in the
place of my enemies. In oases
where by friends could fill the po-
sitions just as capably, I hardly
expected to be criticized for this.
"The development of recreation-
al facilities for Miami has been
largely under my supervision.
i f 12,000.00 had already been ap-
propriated by the city to aid m
this development. $50,000.00 addi-
tional will be furnished by the
federal government.
"This howeve1", is not enough
and it is my intention to bend
every effort to give to the city its
proper recreation facilities.
"The decision regarding the
power and electric rates against
the Florida Power and Light Com-
pany has been decided by the
United States Circuit Court of
Appeals which rendered a decis-
ion in favor of the city so that
the citizens of Miami will receive
from the power company between
four and five millions of dollars
in refunds.
I believe that the citizens of
the city desire to own their own
water plant, and that such owner-
ship would result in reduced rates,
also an extension of mains to Co-
conut Grove and Little River. Ne-
gotiations should he instituted
looking towards the purchase of
this water system.
"I believe it would b^ a great
stride in 'he city's development to
remove the street cars ,vfrom the
riowfrtown areas; Tbey afe a traf-
fic hazard, and create unnecessary
congestion in those areas.
"I have been criticized. A poli-
tico] office-holder exneets a cer-
tain "mount of this and it is :m-
nossible to please everyone. You
c-n on'v annreciate this bv snend-
ir"? one day listriing to th" scores
of persons making unreasonable
'"mands rv\ a=l'irg impossible
favors and becoming rank enemies
n talkative n-onagandists because
th";r raw r Mv record shows that I havo
tried to h"1n *he voung nroeress-
in elpmor-t. Tn this day and age,
T Irnnw bat this is important and
I intend to continue as a progres-
si'- wl*h a reasonable, liberal
policy, knowing that the United
Stat"s and the world demands this
for ne.*"*e, we'l being and a return
from denre=sion.
to analyze the situation verv care-
fullv and see if nossible what our
onatnies in the Recall Election are
try ins- to do. In my ordniorf it is
and alwvs will be a battle be-
twMii 'b. "ot.s" and the "ins",
and I wish to pled"" to the citizens
of M'arr-i mv willingness at this
Reca'l F'ection tc annear before
*b nonle so that they mav pass
i-idp-mont on mv actions in dis-
ch'"- "I intend to live here the rest
of mv life and to do everything I
can that in mv oninion is good
for the city whether I am a City
Commissioner or not and I will
match my record for service in
this community against any of the
members of the Recall group."
Dr. Ferguson is a native of
Terre Haute. Ind., married and
has a son attending the publia
schools. He is an active membe*
of the Young Democratic Club,
Mahi Shrine Temple, Rotary, Uni.
versity Club and the American
Legion.
SAVE with
SAFETY

Place Your Savings Where They
Will Receive Federal Pro-
tection and Federal
Supervision
W t ffp
Always Paid
4%
On
Savings
RALPH B.
FERGUSON
Appreciates your confidence
Its NO on the
RECALL
(Pd. Political Adv.)
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
EBIDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1939
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi-
Office Phone 2-1473
THIRD AVENUE
- 497 South west 18th Road
Home Phone 2-2176
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PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR
THE YEAR
Daily servidts at 7:00 a- m., and
5:30 p. hl
Sabbat Sarvitks Saturday
morning at 8:30.
Junior Congregation Services
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School3:15 to
6:15 p. m.
Sunday SchoolSunday at 10:00
o'clock.
Bar Mitzvah GroupSunday at
9:00 o'clock.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
I Services will be conducted by
Rabbi Max Shapiro this coming
Friday evening at 8:15. Cantor
Louis Hayman assisted by the
Beth David choir will chant the
liturgic melodies. In keeping with
our custom to invite guest speak
ers expressing different phases of
Jewish life; an invitation has been
extended to a fine young spiritual
leader, Rabbi Seymour Gewirtz, a
graduate of the Rabbinical semi-
nary of America of which Rabbi
David Liebowitz is dean, who is
honorary chaplain of the Jewish
War Veterans of Kings oCunty.
He will speak on the subject: "The
Torah and Israel."
SABBATH SERVICES
Our services Saturday morning
are well attended by members and
visitors. Close to one hundred
adults remained to witness the Ju
nior congregational services. One
hundred children between the ages
of six and eighteen participated in
these services. A splendid treat
was in store for them at the Kid-
dush given by the "Bar Mitzvah"
Aaron Rosenthal. We pray that
more parents bring their children
to the synagogual services every
Saturday morning.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
An interesting program was
presented during the assembly
last Sunday morning by Miss
Jeannette Kronenfeld and her
class. It was based upon Lincoln's
anniversary celebration. We feel
it important to let you know that
245 children are attending our
Sunday School and 80 children our
daily Hebrew School. In addition,
the children attend a Bar Mitzvah
group and Sabbath services. We
ask you, parents and friends, who
are affiliated with any religious
institution, must you wait, Heaven
forbid, until sorrow to come to
the synagogue or Rabbi ? Join
our congregation or any congrega-
tion in Greater Miami! Become
an active, affiliated Jew!
PRE PURIM BALL
A splendid attendance greeted
Jeth David's annual pre-Purim
Jail at the Mahi Shrine Temple,
"ast Tuesday evening. It was a
autiful affair with every one
participating and enjoying to the
utmost.
ANNIVERSARIES
The following Yahrzeiten will
be observed this coming month of
Adar:
Yehuda Laeb ben Yaacov, hus-
band of Anna Greenberg, first of
Adar, February 20th.
Nedheh bas Binyomin, mother
of Mrs. S. Grieff, first of Adar,
February 20th.
Chaim Zalmer ben Levi Yitz-
chok, father of Mrs. A. Quadow,
Mrs. Joe Fine and Mrs. B. Han-
son, fifth of Adar, February 24th.
Yisrel Avrohom ben Rafael,
father of H. A. Eisenstein, fifth
of Adar, February 24th.
Moshe ben Aryoh Laeb, father
of Mrs. Chas. Walder, eleventh
Adar, March 2r.'d.
Katie bas Avrohom, mother of
J. Gescheidt, sixth Adar, February
25th.
Gittel bas Chaim Yaacov, mother
of Joe and Isidore Fine, ninth
of Adar, February 28th.
Moshe ben Aleksander, father
of Leo Rosen, ninth of Adar, Feb-
ruary 28th.
Chaya bas Yeshua Zelig, mother
of George Glazer, eleventh of
Adar, March 2nd.
Avrohom ben Ignatz, father of
Blanche Seligman, twelfth Adar,
March 3rd.
Pesel bas Mevachem Mendel,
mother of Norman Rossman, thir-
teenth of Adar, March 4th.
Shmuel ben Dovid, father of
Ben Silver, fourteenth of Adar,
March 5th.
Hershel ben Yehuda Laeb, fath-
er of William Friedman, fifteenth
of Adar, March 5th.
Fruma bas Shloma, mother of
Mrs. Nate Markowitz, sixteenth
of Adar, March 7th.
Mordechai ben Yehuda, father
of Mrs. Carl Weinkle, sixteenth of
Adar, March 7th.
Ybreol Moshe ben Yecheskel,
father of Chas. Rosengarten, sev-.
enteenth of Adar. March 8th.
Yisrel ben Binuomin, husband of
Mrs. Lee Alpert, seventeenth of
Adar, March 8th.
WnrHch Wulf Blutstein, twentieth of Adar
March 11th.
Mordhai ben Dovid. son of Mrs. I
David Mayers, twenty-second of
Adar. March 13th.
Chaim ben Shloma Zalmer. fath-
er of Mrs. Hoffman, twenty-fourth
of Adar. March 15th.
I*ba bas Yisroel. daughter of |
Katie Markowitz, twenty-fifth of
Adar, March 16th.
Soreh bas Yitzchok, wife of
David Afremow, twenty-ninth of
Adar, March 20th.
The Yahrzeit is observed the
night before the English date
mentioned until tm .light of Eng-
lish date mentioned. The Yahr.
zeit candle is lit the night before.
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ERipAY, FEBRUARY 17,1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN %  ———> %  PAGE THREE &Jemsh Ftcridian PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Second Avenue I, J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor I 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 Mrs. William Friedman, Miss Florence Cromer, the Scouts will do the Flag Salute; and Miss Phyllis Shulman, Mrs. Marion Shindell, president of the Y. M., and her committee, will act as hostesses in | serving delicious refreshments. | Every Jew in this vicinity is urged to attend this great event as every creed will be represented on the platform; Catholic, Protestant and Jew.. Save this date, Tuesday, February 21st at the Y. M. H. A. club rooms. MANAGER APTE SELECTS DUCK PIN TEAMS SUBSCRIPTION One year ..... Six Months $2.00 H.0Q FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1939 VOLUME 12. NUMBER 7 Refugees In the chancelleries of Europe negotiations of a diplomatic nature are still going on as to what is to be done for the solution of the refugee problem. Commissions are being dispatched to out of the way and undeveloped places to study and report (ca-jneir suitability for the absorption of victims of persecution and oppression—heavens in which refugees may attempt to find peace and an opportunity to rebuild their lives. To the sensitive mind and the sympathetic heart these diplomatic 1 negotiations may be progressing too slowly and efforts to rescue those in peril may not embrace all who seek to emigrate to havens of safety. The urgent task of transmigration, however, is going forward. The question often is posed: How do those fortunate enough to be included in the quota laws of the United States, who coma to these shores, adjust themselves after their nerve-wracking experiences and how ido they fuse into the economic structure? It is factually true that recent arrivals have established new industries affording employment to Americans out of work. The education, training and talents which they can render should greatly enhance American trade and industry if given an honest chance for expression. There is always the problem at malicious propaganda emanating from unfriendly or uninformed sources which are opposed to this new influx of emigres. Yet there is every reason to believe that this, too, can be overcome with the knowledge that these emigres, representing for the most part a human element forced out of economic existence after a long record of success and achievement in arts and industries abroad, come to these shores richly endowed and eager to serve. Adjustment of new arrivals to the American scene and tempo of life, is not a new problem. The problem has been met; H will be met again. America throughout her history always fccs maintained because of her great resources and structure of society, an elastic and easily adjustable capacity for absorbing the human material that came to its shores in successive waves. With one months practice session under their belts Jack Apte, manager of the Y. M. H. A. bowling team has selected the following six teams to do combat next Monday,, February 20th, at the Miami Recreation Alleys. i Here are the teams and their individual scores for three.game total: Team No. 1, Herman Waitsman, captain, 315; Marty Milstein 282 and Dr. Sam Beckmart 256; Team No. 2, Sam Seitlin, captain, 301; Hal Levinson 282 and Abe Silver 251; Team No. 3, Harry Schwartz captain, 294; Al Reisman 289 and Pete Silverman 2fil; Team No. 4, Nat Blumberg captain. 258, Jack Apte 294 and Clem Hammond 251; Team No. 5, Allie Berkowitz captain. 279. Abe Berkowitz 305 and Joe Berman 270; Team Ho. fi. Ralph Grossman 1 captain. 299, Sam Tendrich 270 and Dave I-emelman 268. Herman Waitsman walked off with the honors last Monday at the bowling alleys when not content with a 315 score was thrown in as a ringer against the Litvaks in their special match against the Momaligas and knocked over the necessary pins to help the Momaligas win by one poin*. Come to the Miami Recreation Alleys Monday, February 20th and be treated to some real duck pin matches. Everyone welcome. B'NAI BTHTH ifj BRIEFS BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL Sholem Lodge held its first business meeting in the new spacious quarters of the Elks Lodge of Miami—and a successful meeting it was. Delegates were named to the District Convention to be held at Charleston, S. C, February 26 and 27. CORRESPONDENCE I I Committees were named for this year. Brother Bandler reported that the membership drive was showing good results—that the various members of his committee were working diligently. Brother Walter "Alamac" Jacobs of the Entertainment Committee brought for our entertainment "Pall Mall" of the Esquire Club. Following the meeting. Brother "Rudy" Adler, chairman of refreshments, did a swell job, offering apple strudel and punch to encourage future attendance at meetings—a tasty inducement, indeed. • REACH SEMI FINALS IN TENNIS TOURNAMENT THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) BROTHERHOOD CONVENTIO AT "Y" TUESDAY, FEB. 21 ST On Tuesday evening, Februarj 21st, at 8:30 o'clock, the "Y" wil celebrate Brotherhood week. Thi event is sponsored annually by the National Conference of Christians and Jews. -P Y. M. H. A. DIRECTOR HONORED Our "Executive Director, Mau rice Grossman, was recently honored by being appointed a mem ber of the Stephen Foster Memor ial Committee. This body is plan ning to erect a suitable memorial for the late Stephen Foster of "Suwaiee River" fame. Our Executive Director has prepared an excellent program for that evening. The principal speaker will be William Hardie. Executive Secretary of Miami Beach Association, and son of the first sheriff of Dade County. Others who will speak are Rev. "Dick" Evans, Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner, Last Monday the Y. M. H. A. Athletic field was the seen.of the elimination contestsin the Greater Miami Daily New-WIOD, Inc., Table Tennis Tourney, with the following contestants emerging victorious: Sol Sirkin defeated Dwight Gardner 21-15 and 21-16; Marshall Feuer over Murry Dacks 21-17; 21-15; and over Abe Berkowitz, in a hard fought three set match 21-12; 13-21; 21-9; Richard Miles defeated Herbert Ornstein in straight sets 21-8 and 21-13 and Ike Gordon won over Walter Kraemer 21-5 and 21-11. By winning these matches, Sirkin, Gordon, Feuer and Miles entered the semifinal round consisting of but 16 players in the entire tournament, mid have qualified to piny at the Evans Hotel, Miami Beach this Sunday. February 19t'i at 2:01 p. m.. where the field will be cut to four players. From there the s-ene will shift to the Floridian Hotel on Monday, February 20th at 8:00 p. m., when the finals will he played and the winner declared champion of Greater Miami. The games held at the "Y" were in charge of Herbert Aronson, 10th ranking table tennis player in the United States and a recent victor over Sol Schiff. number one player in the United States, by a score of 21-16 and 21-14 in National Inter-City Tournament. Mr. Aronson is here for the winter with his mother and sister and may he a permanent resident in which case he will become a member of the Y. M. H. A. My guess is either Solly Sirkin or Ike Gordon to cop the championship. And if I'm wrong so what? < Many of our good Sholem Lodge BBs will participate in the Tableau of Historical characters to be presented at the Refugee Ball sponsored by Senior Hadassah on Washington's birthday—next week at the Civic Center. You are sharing in a most worthy cause. Hadassah is putting on one of the finest culture events ever attempted in Greater Miami. About 5000 people are expected to attend this Mammoth costume ball. It will probably be an education to all of us to bpfome familiar with outstanding characters down through the ages in Jewish history. Sholem Lodge should he proud to support the "refugee" cause. Congratulations. Brothers! Of interest to all Ben B'riths is the stand recently taken by Brother Henry Monsky, National President of B'nai B'rith. in his report at Washingtin, D. C to the an r.'ual meeting of the Executive Committee. Brother Monsky goes 'dn record for B'nai B'rith in declaring that Palestine "offers unquestionably the greatest single opportunity for resettlement of a substantial number of coreligionists. He further stated thai "wholly visionary and impractical," and concluded that in his opinion "the present Jewish crisis demands a redoubling of efforts^ on behalf of Palestine." The report further states the 64000 B'nai B'rith membership was due to the "growing awareness of the vital issues which face the Jewish people." This attitude is becoming more and more prevalent in lodges throughout the country. It should result in a greater cooperation by B'nai B'rith with all Jewish caus-, es and a participation in the solu1 tion of all Jewish problems pertaining to Palestine. We await with keen interest the outcome of the present Arab-Jewish conference in London thTs week. The Jewish Floridian, Miami, Florida. Dear Sirs: I have just read in the "Minutes of the Miami Baptist Association" which met on November 16th, 17th and 18th, 1938, in Miami, Florida, the following, from the Report of the Resolutions Committee, which was adopted unanimously by the Association: "Resolved, that the Association condemn publicly and in no uncertain terms the ruthless and barbaric persecutions now being methl" •odically pursued in German and other parts of theworld against the Jews and other groups. This Association is composed of the Missionary Baptist churches from West Palm Beach to Key West, 41 in number with a membership of 14,000. My pastor, Dr. C. Roy Angel!, of the Central Baptist Church, has on many occasions, publicly deplored these actions and has prayed publicly that the hands of the dictators be stayed. Yours very truly, BEN J. KINCAID, 407 Fla. Nat'l Bank BIdg. Miami, Fla. SOCIETY Jl'NIOR HADASSAH REPORTS ON CONVENTION Reports of the Southern Regional conference held last week in Atlanta by delegates who attended were highlights, of the meeting of Junior Hadassah Monday evening. Delegates from this unit were Mrs. Irving Querido, Miss Blanche Seligman and Miss .Teanette Kronenfeld. Features of *': discussiou was the singing*n' f>veral songs wnrcrl wPT^ranjJ at the closing banquet of the convention. With two exception's, all of the officers of the Southern ? Region were re-elected for the seertnd year of their terms, among whom is Mrs. Murry Grossman, a past president of the Miami unit, who will continue as fund raising chairman for the Regin. J. N. F. work was sti*sed at the conference it was reported by delegates, and Miss Belle Tannen. J. N. F. chairman of the Miami Junior organization, outlined her plans for this phase of work and distributed J. N. F. boxes to members. Miss Ida Safer was the winner of the quizz which was conducted. On to Charleston February 26th and 27th. ^^^^^ William Friedman, father of our president, Milton, started (tff our proposed library by donating a swell set of books, and we all sure do appreciate it. .Who's next? Harrv Gordon, member of our WEDDING TAKES PLACE The marriage <5f Miss Frances Ravitz to Anton Loeb was held on Tuesday morning on the lawn of Rabbi Mescheloff's home who officiated at the ceremtny assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamehes and Mr. Max Feit. A reception followed the ceremony. Mr. Loeb is an artist with the Fleischer's Studios. • • • MEETING TO BE HELD The annual Mothers and Daughters meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will be held Monday, February 20 at the Evans Hotel. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will he the guest speaker and Mrs. Bertha B. Levy will present the program. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. Board of Directors, is up and around after receiving treatment from Dr. Samuel Befkman. 0


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PAGE filX THE JEWISH FLORlDlAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1? 1)t ORAYNOO OUR LIGHT BY HELEN BRAUNSTEIN, EDITOR CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA. RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP 42* Anderson Court Orlando, Florida anticipavimtn, Friday, 8:15 p.^m. Ser Serrafcn, Rabbi Morris A. Skop. "The "Message of Chassidism for Our Day.'* 'This fascinating subsubject deals ^ith the Baal Shem Tov and the, unique movement which arose.in Poland during the last century and inspired a phase of Jewish culture which has a distinct message for Jews today. Rabbi Skop will describe the biographies and ventures of the Chassidic movement and tell some of the interesting stories of tl# The communlewtsh community. n e new term will start Monday, rob • f ^^ with rua rv20th. The Bar Miv ( .,.„ gtea classes will meet as usual with the post-Bar Mitzvah --J-jJJ Rabib Skop and Cantor eligious sc busily engaged lo "*" •COMMUNITY SHOCKBD ., „f Mr. Louis The'Sunday religious school ela* -ngaged m manning their Purim booths tor the Purim carnival to be held Sunday, March 5th from 3.81 A special Puri -L'-liien ne"' "• %  ,. n ando stunned the LADIES AUXILIARY At the next meeting of the La dies Auxiliary, Dr. O. P. Fairfield noted artist and teacher of painting, president of the Orlando Art Association, will speak on "How to Appreciate a Portrait." M rs. Lou Jacobs, president, invites all the ladies in the community to this open meeting. Plans will be made for the Purim Carnival .-to' be held on March 5th. The Leiberman of entire Je* I eiberma i olde • Je*'*' he ilth and chc. Sha away after a community. Mr of Orlando's residents, in R d in Congregation ker. his w i ,, Bertha. al „l president and ..laughter. COP Hebrew HEBREW AND RELIGIOUS r OOl, famous personality and his foil-"' Ln deserving of the -iig of the Jewi ers. REFUO SHLEMO ish community. Services Saturd?TALMUD CLASS Maintaining its high tradition for Talmudic excellence the class had as its guest lecturer the dean of the Rabbinical Seminary of America this past Sabbath afternoon. Rabbi David Leibowitz who enjoys a national reputation as a great Talmudic scholar, has delivered a most brilliant discourse on the subject of "Sefer Torah Writing." BORUCH HABO We welcome into our community Rabbi M. Wintner of the Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesfito who lis in our midst on behalf of his institution. The above named Yeshiva has distinguished itself among many other things with the decision to bring over to these shores the world renowned Yeshiva of Frankfurt on Main. THANK YOU The Rabbinical Association take this means of thanking Rabbi Seymour Gewirtz of Brooklyn, N. Y., who delivered a most inspiring talk over the Jewish hour the past Sunday afternoon. MIZRACHI NOTES The Miami Mizrachi had a most successful meeting in our syna gogue and those assembled were deeply impressed with the eloquent We pray with the family of Ir win Berger that he speedily recover and rejoin his marry friends. NICHUM OVEIJM We chronicle with profound rejrrets this passing of the late Mrs. Jennie Rosenberg and* we extend to her bereaved family our sincere condolences. HABANOTH HAPPENINGS The Habanoth Debs, recently or ganized are .planning for a unique and worthy project in connection with their weekly meetings. They, in conjunction with the girls of the Blue and White are also participating in the National contests sponsored by the main office in New York. While the Buds are entering the Purim costume contest sponsored by the Senior assembly of the Sunday School. Each unit has reported several new members in the past week and a joint reception to all new members will be held on Purim afternoon. nc fi gress of midnight. will be shown during tne .,. sior... Members of the school have been assigned to the van %  classes to plan details for the booths. Special booths Will ,ducteH by .be ,01 club and j*-g* brew School. Fl The entire community wishes fa B „ P. eX press its heart-fcU Ma,, \ %  to Mr. and Mrs. Murray Bel the Mt. Nebon upon the announcement of tl ^ ^ ;| .,_, XNI > HlSTORi eagement of their .lau tf ht, v.\£ -^ beautifuI Germ to Mr. Germnine. n rl ^Jtfsh refugee girl in England a teacher of n 'Jfid heard her story of the calvary she had suffered in Naziland. Andre Maurois, distinguished French homme de lettres. who belongs to the people Hitler chooses dent of the B'nai B'rith will be to call parasitic, is coming to these shores late this month to lecture on English history, of all things. Henry Monsky, presithe main orator at thee commencement exercises of Stephen S. Wises Institute of Religion, in May. Authors Pierre van Paassen and ... H niddenly passed .troke, leaving, bereputation as a „ communal worgon William, of Mrs. and Services were ,., or Leshlnsky bort at the chapel Interment OPEN TO VISITOR? 9:00 A. M TU6:p^ MUSA ISLE Seminole Indian Village AiUGATOR WRESTUNc EVKK\ HOUR N. W. 25Ui AYB.iaaU|J Banana, Gua>a. Citrus |J and Many Rare Tropical Flu, tithe Religious School f men on a yelled: "Help! Muvorrespondew 0 licemen rushed to the Vi /and tried to silence him with the warning: "sh-h-h! You mustn't discuss politics aloud, or you'll get into trouble." GOLDEN WEST DEPARTMENT Ever since Leni Riefensthal got the cold shoulder in Hollywood the Nazi Consuls on the Coast have been instructed by their government to send in daily reports on the doings of the motion pictuse colony. 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PAGE TWO -1 THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN JUNIOR COUNCIL TO GIVE DANCE The National Council of Jewish Juniors will hold their annual Frolics Dance Sunday evening, March 12th at the Nut Club. Many novel features will be presented during the evening with Morris Wroobel, Belle Tarmen and James Seigendorf in charge of arrangements. Proceeds of the affair will go towards the Scholarship Fund which hs enabled the organization to send one student to college this year and plans for the future to increase the number to three or four. Tickets may be obtained from any member or by calling 5-5282 or 5-5134. Those desiring to attend are requested to please make reservations in advance. DELEGATE TO VISIT HERE Judith Shimchanoth. prominent worker and delegate from the Pioneer Women's Organization of Palestine to the United States, will arrive here on a lecture tour March 8th 9th, 10th and 11th. She will speak at the Beth Jacob SynFRIDAY, FEBBUABY 17.1939 the bride's parents in Chattanooga/ Miss Pavlow was graduated from the Chattanooga schools and is an active member of the younger social set. Mr. Barnett is president of the National Council of Jewish Juniors and co-chairman of the Junior Division of the Greater Mi' ami Federation of Jewish Welfare I about Jewish patriotic service in graphy of Issac Wise; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan who will give "Personal Reminiscences of Isaac Wise, my Teacher;" A group feature under the Walter Winchell caption: "Things I never knew until now" in which the entire audience will participate in presenting facts Levin, finance; R. R. Adler. freshments; HMDrevich ita and visiting; M, S. Bandler. meat bership; Nathan Adelman, A. Z. A Leo Robinson, arbitration; Fred K. Shochet. publicity; Leo Eiien. stein, entertainment and Rarn Simonhoff. Anti-Defamatior.. Delegates ans alternates to the District Convention of B'nai B'rith in Charleston named weredele be the political situation in Zionism today and Mrs. I. M. Weinstein gates E. A. Pallot, J. Aron ASbott Funds. After the wedding the couple will reside in Miami Beach. '• • • TO APPEAR HERE Michl Gibson, internationally known Yiddish character artist and singer will appear in a gala performance Sunday evening, February 26th at the Federal Theatre at 8:00 p. m.. under the auspices of the Greater Miami Branch 692 Workmen's Circle. Tickets may be agogue March 8th and at the Beth; obtained from any member. David Synagogue March 10th, on the activities and conditions of ; the Jews in Palestine. While here she will be entertained by the Pio-1 neer Women's Organization of Greater Miami. Detail will be announced in following issues. • • MARRIAGE TO TAKE PLACE The marriage of Miss Simmie Pavlow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Pavlow, of Chattanooga, Tenn., to Paul Barnett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barnett of Miami, will take place Sunday morning, February 26th at the home of CAMEO 144SWfc. A... PH. 5.1 SIS MIAMI BEACH Starts Wednesday for one full week Nazi Outrages Brought to the Screen "PROFESSOR MAMLOCK" Voted one of the ten best Films of the Year! Doors open 12:45. Show starts 1:00 p. m. Owl show after 11:00 p. m. EXTRA "THE REFUGEES" IX MARCH OF TIME VISITS IN MIAMI Mrs. Ida Kaminsky of Brooklyn. N. Y., prominent member of Hadassah, and active worker in the Jewish Congress, arrived here to spend several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Margoshes. • • • RETURNS TO CITY Mr. Milton A. Friedman, National Deputy, A. Z. A., returned from St. Petersburg where he attended and installed the officers of the St. Petersburg A. Z. A., Sunday, February 12th. Preceding the public installation Mr. Friedman was honored at a banquet. • • • REGULAR FORUM TO BE HELD The regular Forum Council sponi sored by the National Council of Jewish Women will be held Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock in the ballroom of Hotel Evans, Miami Beach. The program of the afternoon will include the continuance of the study course with Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, group leader, discussing the origin of Jewish lodges and charities of the United States; Mrs. Max Steuer, summarizing the Jewish contributions during the Civil War period; Mrs. Nat Williams presenting a bioDon't Fail to Attend the Hadassah Refugee Costume Ball Wednesday, February 22 — at the — Civic Center 31 N. W. 2nd Street featuring Brilliant Historical Pageant American history; -and Leo Lucas of Cincinnati, will sing a group of Folk songs accompanied by: Ms daughter, Mrs. Morrises. Salomon. The small admission fee charged is used by the Council towards furthering their refugee work and the public is cordially invited to attend. • • • SPINOZA GROUP MEETS The second lecture on Maimonides, this time describing Maimonides as the great physician will be the topic of Dr. Abraham Wolfsort's lecture before the Spinoza Group at the meeting this Saturday afternoon on the lawn of Frances K. Powell, 1059 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Before the lecture the group will listen in to the first two acts of Tristan and Isolde. Open forum discussion will follow. Next Tuesday evening the group will meet again in the same place at 7:30 o'clock. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will address the group. All are invited to attend. • • • TO HOLD CONCERT The eighth annual grand concert sponsored by Abraham Bramson will be held Sunday evening, March 12th at the Beth David au ditorium, 135 Northwest Third Avenue. Featured during the concert will be a dramatic soprano from England. Tickets may be obtained at the auditorium or from Mr. Bramson. Further details will be announced in following issues. • • • ONEG SHABBAT TO BE OBSERVED The Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah will observe Oneg Shahbat Saturday afternoon, February 18th at 2:00 o'clock at the Hotel Evans. Speakers of the afternoon include Mrs. Max Shlavin. chairman of the National Hadassah I speaker's bureau for six years; j Mr. Harry Simonhoff, prominent I local attorney, whose subject will j Fat Select Poultry Capons — Fowls — Soft Boasters—Fry ers—Broilers Properly dressed and cut up to your order—at prices you can afford to pay RABBI TO KILL POULTRY According to Jewish Law All Day Thursday Until Noon Friday Fresh Fla. Select Eggs Fresh Fish & Sea Foods Daily! 317 N. W. Fifth St. who will review "Going Home. Cantor Maurice Mamches will sing Palestinian melodies. The public is invited to attend. • • • R. R. Adler, Nathan Adelm.t Ab, Aronovitz, M. S. Bandler. Hurr SimonhoffDr. Frank Cor.: lJ Eisenstein. Sidney Sega 11. Uu t Levin, Marx Feinberg, Bar Hirsch Meyer, Dr. Harold Milton A. Friedman, Guberg. George Goldberg. Elry • •and Gin TO HOLD MEETING The monthly discussion meeting j£Jj£ ^y^ and Harry S of the National .Council of Jewish | a)ternates: Harry Novacl Ben} Juniors will be' held at the Bet'-. ( Brongton H WeingarteA. J Jacob Congregation Tuesday even-j T()bin l8idor Frankel. Wm. Fried mg, February 21at at 9:00 o'clock., man M Rose Ha; Guest speaker of the evening will, Schvaxtz Fred K. Shochf SaM be Mr. Harry Zukernick, attorney ; H alpert, Louis freiman. Morrii for the Miami Beach Consumer's, Rubjn j osep h Lipton, Sam ra! el. Stanley C Myers, I .-rwfl Roth. Leonard Jacobus an M. Kopelowitz. Following the business refreshm,ents were served v R. Adler. refreshment chair League, and treasurer of the Joint Boycott Council against Aggressor Nations, whose subject will be "Boycotting Aggressors." Open discussion will follow. All mem bers and friends are urged to attend. • • • B'NAI B'RITH MEETS The business meeting of the Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith was held Tuesday evening in the Elks Lodge, regular meeting place of the Lodge for the coming year, with E. Albert Pallot. presiding. Reports of the various committees were heard and a report from Harry Simonhoff, newly appointed chairman of the Anti-Defamation Committee was given. Joining the Cooperative Boycott Council was unanimously adopted. Committee chairmen appointed were Dr. Charles S. Werblow and Sidney L. Segall, co-chairmen Student Union Activities; Isaac charge, and a program w sented by Walter Jacobs. WE ARE THE ONLY exclusively JEWISH FUNERAL HOME IX THE GREATER MIAMI AREA Phone 3-3431 GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th Avenue HOME MILK SOUR CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE YOU WILL LIKE THEM ALL Products of Home Milk Producer's Assn. 769 N. 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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN TEMPLE ISRAEL Ralph Ferguson Discusses Election RABBI 530 N. MBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph O. He. Indian fn-ek Drive6-1265 MIAMI BEACH |r or both c." the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning. nay consult with them on matters concerning the Jewis commuy*u.pc: tonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic and ••Uvlce, and, needless to say. each matter will be held In onfitfence. N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 COLMAN A. ZWITMAN E. 31st St.—2-7745 MIAMI CONGREGATIONAL not withdraw thyself from jgregation."—Hillel. Regular services will be held a %  Ample this Friday evening February 17th, \'Xi'.> at 8:15 o'clock. Kabhi Colman A. Zwitnta^will speak on the subje.-t: "'.lu daism as Life an,l Creed" with reference to the Biblical portion of the week. The services vrill be conducted %  %  Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. \ reception to worshippers will "* "tendered by the Sisterhood af. tan**'the services. The public is I *t*" : ally invited. I Hit I B m RELIGIOUS SCHOOL IjriarfiVst" the rebnilding of the l^HKBfti in Jerusalem is not as im \ as the teaching of chil< Religious School Assemep ^T ySnndy, February 19th. ,' S. H. Lutsky, president i.ln related by Repupil of the Temious School, who ren's program evg, Oar tenth annual P-jri pltetatakomvil >.. %  r T* If Kindly nirhi, Nird ftl it ft I I If P"*"Hotd. TloMtko ^1 L I ^nember lut rH: ; w: Mi -_ propim of urofr... H ,-, i and the h; > boy tfe, !!rtrj a ,. |"TfaV nun* v in ery Sunday at 6:45 p. m., ovar Station WKAT. The birthdays of Alice Lewin, Herbert Neilinger and Teddy Miller were celebrated. "AMERICANS ALLIMMIGRANTS ALL" A section dealing with George Washington and Haym Salomon of a program which was presented over the Columbia Broadcasting System, will be re-enacted in the Assembly on February 26th, 1930, in commemoration of Washington's birthday. The program will be an adaptation of the episode entitled "The Jews in America" in the series of programs sponsored by the U. S. Department of Interior, over the Columbia Broadcasting System, every Sunday, from 2 00 to 2:30 o'clock, under the name "Americans All—Immigrants All." RADIO PROGRAM Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi Zwitman will speak on the Jewish Hour of the Rabbinical Association, over Station WIOD on Sunday afternoon. February 19th. at 3*0 p. r, The niusiral program will be under the direction of Annie Laurie Lee. YAHRZEITS Yahrzeits for the rest of the month: D. J. Slenkerk. Adel Eismann, Donald Williams, Barbara Eichengreen, Emden Herzog, Martin Raff, Eva Lubow, Nathan Bernstein. Dr. Ralph B. Ferguson, prominent in local professional, civic and fraternal organizations since his arrival in Miami about 17 years ago, in discussing the recall election said: "It is my desire to present before the people of Miami a brief explanation of my official actions as their City Commissioner since my induction in office, as well as a statement of my aims and objectives. Less than two years ago, I was chosen as your Commissioner with a vote of in the neighborhood of 12,000 out of 16,000 votes cast This was the highest number of votes CBst for any of the candidates for the office of City Commissioner. This mandate gave me the assurance that I held the people's trust and confidence. This rebuke to my enemies fired them to unceasing activities since my election. A short review of their efforts and motives is worthy of considera tion. My election to office was accomplished without the support of either of the now existing daily newspapers. For many years prior to 1928, City of Miami, to a large degree, the City Commissioners of the I am told, had been dominated and controlled by one of the daily papers. Its position as dictator in civic affairs was seized by anoth-1 cr daily paper in 1929 and 1930, and for several years thereafter. Since that time, until the present commission was elected, many of the commissioners were tagged and branded as being controlled by one of the daily papers. In the last election, neither of these papers were successful in electing a candidate for City Commissioner, supported by them. "I. as a City Commissioner, duly elected by the people, merely represent a revolt of the voters against their former influence over the affairs of the city. In order to justify themselves and to impress the oeople with the necessity of following their leadership, they have made me the subject of many bitter attacks and started giving me a ride and, believe you me, the ride has been rather rotten. "As a result of the episode concprnine the publication of the "I Will Not Pay a Bribe" advertise• ""d rod (ho „. „. hMfapt lid -..-„ toNKlH held frolic meeting Wed g with Natalie Fel •, Elaine Berrik, Edlith Cohen and Phyl barge. The program opening exercises ir ff^ trefoil with Captain J Lieutenant Breskii or bearers; a Gir or Quizz, songs aric ""^•J Stew *** h %  N4, Rt^ui KOSHER S4CSAGE 1 J?& JO\; 01 Wintner of Brook i visiting in Miami %  interests of the re,iva Torah Vodaath located in Williamsi is undertaking the great task of bring world-famous Yeshiva furt on Main, Ger Tesaburg. Csechoslovacan Jewry is urged to e call which necessimmediate immigration &f heee countries. Rabbi W F M& here will contact *S say that I have been accused of being guilty of placing my friends in available city positions in the place of my enemies. In oases where by friends could fill the positions just as capably, I hardly expected to be criticized for this. "The development of recreational facilities for Miami has been largely under my supervision. i f 12,000.00 had already been appropriated by the city to aid m this development. $50,000.00 additional will be furnished by the federal government. "This howeve 1 ", is not enough and it is my intention to bend every effort to give to the city its proper recreation facilities. "The decision regarding the power and electric rates against the Florida Power and Light Company has been decided by the United States Circuit Court of Appeals which rendered a decision in favor of the city so that the citizens of Miami will receive from the power company between four and five millions of dollars in refunds. I believe that the citizens of the city desire to own their own water plant, and that such ownership would result in reduced rates, also an extension of mains to Coconut Grove and Little River. Negotiations should he instituted looking towards the purchase of this water system. "I believe it would b^ a great stride in 'he city's development to remove the street cars ,v from the riowfrtown areas; Tbey afe a traffic hazard, and create unnecessary congestion in those areas. "I have been criticized. A politico] office-holder exneets a certain "mount of this and it is : m•nossible to please everyone. You c-n on'v annreciate this bv snendir"? one day listriing to th" scores of persons making unreasonable '•"mands rv\ a= l 'irg impossible favors and becoming rank enemies n talkative n-onagandists because th" ; r raw r


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r AGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN EBIDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1939 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST MAX SHAPIRO, RabbiOffice Phone 2-1473 THIRD AVENUE 497 South west 18th Road Home Phone 2-2176 •+ PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR Daily servidts at 7:00 am., and 5:30 p. HL Sabbat£ Sarvitks — Saturday morning at 8:30. Junior Congregation Services— Saturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—3:15 to 6:15 p. m. Sunday School—Sunday at 10:00 o'clock. Bar Mitzvah Group—Sunday at 9:00 o'clock. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES I Services will be conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro this coming Friday evening at 8:15. Cantor Louis Hayman assisted by the Beth David choir will chant the liturgic melodies. In keeping with our custom to invite guest speak ers expressing different phases of Jewish life; an invitation has been extended to a fine young spiritual leader, Rabbi Seymour Gewirtz, a graduate of the Rabbinical seminary of America of which Rabbi David Liebowitz is dean, who is honorary chaplain of the Jewish War Veterans of Kings oCunty. He will speak on the subject: "The Torah and Israel." SABBATH SERVICES Our services Saturday morning are well attended by members and visitors. Close to one hundred adults remained to witness the Ju nior congregational services. One hundred children between the ages of six and eighteen participated in these services. A splendid treat was in store for them at the Kiddush given by the "Bar Mitzvah" Aaron Rosenthal. We pray that more parents bring their children to the synagogual services every Saturday morning. SUNDAY SCHOOL An interesting program was presented during the assembly last Sunday morning by Miss Jeannette Kronenfeld and her class. It was based upon Lincoln's anniversary celebration. We feel it important to let you know that 245 children are attending our Sunday School and 80 children our daily Hebrew School. In addition, the children attend a Bar Mitzvah group and Sabbath services. We ask you, parents and friends, who are affiliated with any religious institution, must you wait, Heaven forbid, until sorrow to come to the synagogue or Rabbi ? Join our congregation or any congregation in Greater Miami! Become an active, affiliated Jew! PRE PURIM BALL A splendid attendance greeted Jeth David's annual pre-Purim Jail at the Mahi Shrine Temple, "ast Tuesday evening. It was a %  autiful affair with every one participating and enjoying to the utmost. ANNIVERSARIES The following Yahrzeiten will be observed this coming month of Adar: Yehuda Laeb ben Yaacov, husband of Anna Greenberg, first of Adar, February 20th. Nedheh bas Binyomin, mother of Mrs. S. Grieff, first of Adar, February 20th. Chaim Zalmer ben Levi Yitzchok, father of Mrs. A. Quadow, Mrs. Joe Fine and Mrs. B. Hanson, fifth of Adar, February 24th. Yisrel Avrohom ben Rafael, father of H. A. Eisenstein, fifth of Adar, February 24th. Moshe ben Aryoh Laeb, father of Mrs. Chas. Walder, eleventh Adar, March 2r.'d. Katie bas Avrohom, mother of J. Gescheidt, sixth Adar, February 25th. Gittel bas Chaim Yaacov, mother of Joe and Isidore Fine, ninth of Adar, February 28th. Moshe ben Aleksander, father of Leo Rosen, ninth of Adar, February 28th. Chaya bas Yeshua Zelig, mother of George Glazer, eleventh of Adar, March 2nd. Avrohom ben Ignatz, father of Blanche Seligman, twelfth Adar, March 3rd. Pesel bas Mevachem Mendel, mother of Norman Rossman, thirteenth of Adar, March 4th. Shmuel ben Dovid, father of Ben Silver, fourteenth of Adar, March 5th. Hershel ben Yehuda Laeb, father of William Friedman, fifteenth of Adar, March 5th. Fruma bas Shloma, mother of Mrs. Nate Markowitz, sixteenth of Adar, March 7th. Mordechai ben Yehuda, father of Mrs. Carl Weinkle, sixteenth of Adar, March 7th. Ybreol Moshe ben Yecheskel, father of Chas. Rosengarten, sev-. enteenth of Adar. March 8th. Yisrel ben Binuomin, husband of Mrs. Lee Alpert, seventeenth of Adar, March 8th. WnrHch


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*AQE FOUR THE JEW18H FLOMDIAlf MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 8. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 RELIGIOUS FORUM The weekly Friday evening religious forum will meet again at 8:30 p. m. t on Friday and Rabbi Kellner will speak on "The Law of Life." A most cordial invitation is extended to all, young and old are welcome. LADIES AUXILIARY As we go to press outannual Purim Ball has just been celebrated and our heartfelt thanks and profound gratitude is tendered to all the loyal workers and the many who attended our function and thus assured its success. TALMUD CLASS Maintaining its high tradition for Talmudic excellence the class had as its guest lecturer the dean of the Rabbinical Seminary of America this past Sabbath afternoon. Rabbi David Leibowitz who enjoys a national reputation as a great Talmudic scholar, has delivered a most brilliant discourse on the subject of "Sefer Torah Writing." BORUCH HABO We welcome into our community Rabbi M. Wintner of the Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesfito who 'is in our midst on behalf of his institution. The above named Yeshiva has distinguished itself among many other things with the decision to bring over to these shores the world renowned Yeshiva of Frankfurt on Main. THANK YOU The Rabbinical Association take this means of thanking Rabbi Seymour Gewirtz of Brooklyn, N. Y., who delivered a most inspiring talk over the Jewish hour the past Sunday afternoon. MIZRACHI NOTES The Miami Mizrachi had a most successful meeting in our syna gogue and those assembled were deeply impressed with the eloquent and inspiring talk of the guest speaker, Rabbi Solomon Sadowsky, of Rochester, N. Y. A WORD IN TIME The outstanding functions will be held during the coming week in our community and we wholeheartedly urge and counsel our many friends to patronize both "with their attendance and support. The "Night of Stars" on Monday night as well as the Hadassah Refugee Ball on Wednesday night are deserving of the backing of the Jewish community. REFUO SHLEMO We pray with the family of Irwin Berger that he speedily recover and rejoin his marry friends. NICHUM OVEUM We chronicle with profound regrets this passing of the late Mrs. Jennie Rosenberg andtwe extend to her bereaved family our sincere condolences. HABANOTH HAPPENINGS The Habanoth Debs, recently organized are .planning for a unique and worthy project in connection with their weekly meetings. They, in conjunction with the girls of the Blue and White are also participating in the National contests sponsored by the main office in New York. While the Buds are entering the Purim costume contest sponsored by the Senior assembly of the Sunday School. Each unit has reported several new members in the past week and a joint reception to all new members will be held on Purim afternoon. %  ••' EDNA'S BEAUTY SALON 2272 S. W. 8th STREET Specializing in Shelton and Zato> Permanent Waves, Parker Herbey Scalp Treatments. PHONE 4-4912 Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page One) is to give them excessively seasoned food and then, for hours fterward, refuse to let them drink water. Italian crucifix manufacturers are now letting the figure of Jesus on their products bear a vague resemblance to II Dtice>| The idea being to flatter Benito. The latest "inside" rumor about Schmeling's troubles with Goebbels is that the boxer's wife, screen actress Ondra, is expected to join her husband in America and that neither of them will ever return to Naziland. Frankly, we don't believe a word of it. .. If you missed Quentin Reynold's fine feature article in last week's "Collier's" you have only yourself to blame We told you months apo to look out for it. The title is "Unwanted" Best story of the week about happenings i^ Berlin reads as follows A non-Aryan, beaten up by hold-up men on a Berlin street one night, yelled: "Help! Murder!". ... Policemen rushed to the victim and tried to silence him with the warning: "sh-h-h! You mustn't discuss politics aloud, or you'll get into trouble." GOLDEN WEST DEPARTMENT Ever since Leni Riefensthal got the cold shoulder in Hollywood the Nazi Consuls on the Coast have been instructed by their government to send in daily reports on the doings of the motion picture colony. And ever since a new B'nai B'rith lodge was organized in Beverly Hills, Hollywood has IT PAY6 TO GET THE BEST Black Sand. Mock. Marl or Mixed Soil, $1.00 a yard. Cow Manure, 3 bag SI.00 Pbn 4-4S04. Agent will call. WOLPERT'S FURNITURE BARGAINS! Wo Refuse To Be Undersold 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 FRIDAY, F1BRUARY 17.193a 1 been losing its prejudice against anti-Nazi films. The new Hoilywood lodge, incidentally, counts among its members such celebn* ties as Jack Benny, George Burns, the four Marx Brothers, the Ritz Brothers, Jack Warner, Jr., and Sam Briskin, the producer One of New York's best-informed columnists insists that Captain Fritz Weidman's wife is a Jewoss. Fritz is the new Nazi consul to San Francisco. Her maiden name, we are told is Richter, and her mother wears a swastika pendant. To show that everything is kosher, we presume. ABOUT PEOPLE Washington gossip is very strong that Myron C. Taylor, F. D. R.'s representative on the intergovernmental Refugee Commission, will succeed Joseph C. Kennedy as Ambassador to England. Jan Masaryk, now in this country, became an ardent Zionist when he met a beautiful German Jewish refugee girl in England and heard her story of the calvary she had suffered in Naziland. Andre Maurois, distinguished French homme de lettres, who be longs to the people Hitler chooses dent of the B'nai B'rith will be to call parasitic, is coming to these shores late this month to lecture on English history, of all things. Henry Monsky, presithe main orator at thee commencement exercises of Stephen S. Wises Institute of Religion, in May. Authors Pierre van Paassen and Maurice Samuel celebrated their 44th birthdays last week. Qov. ernor Henry Horner of Djinoia i s still a pretty sick man, though he is trying to recuperate in Florid* Isaac Stein, one of the betto journalists in the Yiddish | ress is ill at Mount Sinai Hoj^ifc,! Asked the other day what he m Mi do with Hitler if Germany is d e feated in the next war, he replied: "I'd put him in a cage am! have him exhibited in all the a ment parks of democratic tries, with an admission ( the proceeds from which would be used to reimburse the non-A-yans who were robbed by his regime" Theda Bara, screen vamp of the silent era, now lives in Manhattan's East Sixties and niter tains high society these da> She has no intention of rrt -ring to the movies. Lillian Roth, who hasn't been seen for tht last few years, is coming back t as her divorce from Judge F !lek will be granted sometime this Spring .... %  vjse. un** ,o* M! o V%£ & -_ XAEINZ m akes7 MILCHI (y) Cream Soups, which are a temptation to any appetite! Made in small batches, as you would prepare them. 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wJewiislh Filariidliiai HI Cggga 7T^> Jhewiislh lUmKlty P9 VOLUME 12.—NO. 7 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS Strictly Confidential FROM ABROAD S'otland Yard is hot on the trail Nazi terrorists who .disguised s Irish patriots, are involved in be so-called "Irish" bombings that pcently have taken place in Engknd. Here is another chance Chamberlain to "prove" the uccess of his appeasement policy. Those smart-alecks who spread lie rumor that Alfred Rosenberg, per-nany's Number One theoretilian of anti-Semitism, has Jewish Siciod in his veins aren't helping \he cause of democracy. It's lie sponsored by anti-Jewish froups. Opera singer Maria eritza's husband. Baron Popper, in an Austrian concentration mp—His crime is that he spoke |i: against Nazism. There is acute shortage of coffee, butter (1 eggs in Germany. So some lores whose proprietors have a pnse of humor sport signs read"You can get a pound of coffree if you can tell us where | buy a crate of eggs." THERE AND HERE fc'e're told that Justice Brandeis in telephonic touch with thfc nerican Zionist delegation at the b-Jewish "Peace" Conference, | give them the benefit of his like wisdom By the ne this is published Louis Lipsky be on the high seas on his to joining the American deletion in London. It's supposed be a secret, but we have an that the news columns will t>r3 us. Dr. Ludwig Zamenwould have had a great deal caches had he lived to see the ^ntly released movie version of iiot's Delight" Esperanto, |i(h he created, is used in certain rt of the dialogue .though to audience it may sound like gibr'." other small countries are tint! efforts to buy helium from r Uncle Sam, their purpose heita resale to the Nazis for r big dirgible. But we unHnd that Secretary Ickes sees Ugh this little ruse. Orchids I i English cameraman for the |rndid pictures they are taking German Jewish refugee chil a in England. Those pices tell a more poignant story' \r. any articles on German cruel ver printed. Among those will accompany the English |g and Queen to Canada and country will be the well-known list journalist and orator, Alhder L. Easterman. The cost ^hinping to this country the pstine-made exhibits for the sh Palestine Pavilion at the York World's Fair amounts fie neat sum of $20.000 WE'RE TELLING YOU former inmate of a German fcentration camp tells us that of the subtly sadistic meth fused to torture prisoners there Noted Galaxy Je !" !" 0 !" ~ 117 &f II D / Death of Pope Will Perform As the curtain time for the fifth annual presentation of "Night of Stars" for the benefit of the Jewish Welfare Bureau approaches, it becomes apparent that the greatest galaxy of stars and celebrities ever to appear on a Floridian stage will make their appearance at the Olympia Theatre, Monday evening, at 8:30 p. m. In an appeal to residents of the Miami area, Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, chairman of the ticket committee, urged residents to purchase their tickets before the theatre is sold out to the demands of winter visitors. "We have found," said Mrs. Levy, "that visitors who have attended our past four mammoth shows were awaiting this event with surprising interest and are buying their tickets earlier than ever. Whereas residents who are planning to attend, are delaying their purchases and I fear that many will be disappointed, for sell outs are common with the "Night of Stars." Harry Richman, chairman of the entertainment committee, has re-j ported that every leading enter-. tainer, appearing itf the Ideal night clubs in addition to the celebrities vacationing in the area will join! in the brilliant three and one half|. hour performance. With Richman! V on the entertainment committee and also scheduled for appearances are Cross and Dunn, Joe E. Lewis and Jack Dempsey. Night clubs and hotels of Miami, Miami Beach and Coral Gables are sending their entire floor shows to join the presentation. New York (WNS)—Mourning the death of Pope Pius XI, who in his lifetime had led the Catholic Church in a fight against antiSemitism, Jews throughout the world joined with Christianity in acclaiming the loss of a champion of human rights. As early as 1938 the head of the Catholic Church scorned anti-Semitism. A decree issued on September 25, 1938 stated that: "The Catholic Church habitually prays for the Jewish people who were the bearers of the divine revelations up to the time of Christ. Actuated by this love, the Apostolic See has protected this people against unjust oppression and. just as every kind of envy and jealousy among the nations must be disapproved, so in an especial manner must be that hatred which is generally termed anti-Semitism." Pope Pius XI, who fought against all forms of religious and racial persecution, is dead leaving unsettled the Catholic Church's greatest current problem—its increasingly bitter combat with the totalitarian civilization now developing so rapidly in Germany and Italy and threatening Spain and other traditional strongholds of the faith. Dr. Weizmann Issues Jewish Ultimatum To Great Britain Refugee Plan Is m Adopted Walter Winchell. ace columnist, will make his only public appearance here when he alternates with Bob Hall and Don Lanning at the master of ceremonies post. Tickets may be purchased at the Olympia Theatre box office and at the leading hotels in Miami and Miami Beach. They may also be secured from Mrs. I.evy, chairman of the ticket committee and her co-chairmen. Col. Abe Hallow. Mrs. Estelle Schramm. Mrs. Maurice Jacobs or by calling 5-9128. All seats are reserved. Funds from the "Night of Siiirs". R. R. Adler. president, reDorted will be used to increase the organization's work in rehabilitating and resettling refugee families. New York—A plan to organize local synagogue committees for the purpose of providing for the educational and spiritual needs of Jewish refugees was adopted at a meeting of the Metropolitan Synagogue Committee for Jewish Refugees held here in the Temple Emanuel-El community house. The Metropolitan Committee is composed of representatives from London—Calling upon the British Government to "do justice to my people in this dark hour," Dr. Chaim Weizmann, President of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, demanded the continuation of the Palestine Mandate and of Jewish immigration on the principle of economic absorpticity after warning that the Jews have "vital interests and rights in Palestine which they will never surrender." Dr. Weizmann's declaration, made in a two-hour address which he delivered last Wednesday night at St. James Palace was disclosed in an official summary. Four principal demands were placed before the British Government on behalf of the Jews by Dr. Weizmann. These were: (1) Continuation of the League of Nations Mandate; (2) Jewish immigration in accordance with the principle of economic absorptivity; (3) an active policy of development in Palestine; (4) effective safeguards against a minority status for Jews. A review of Jewish historical connection with Palestine, a summary of Arab gains following the World War and a reminder that Great Britain has not fulfilled the original promise contained in the Balfour Declaration constituted the themes of Dr. Weizmann's exposition of the Jewish case in Palestine. "The Jewish representatives enter this discussion," the Jewish leader said, "with the desire to be helpful and with a full recognition of the difficulties facing the Government. However, we must safe guard our vital interests and rights which we will not surrender, particularly in this blackest hour of Jewish history." Referring to the survey of the ',.Iewish position that he had presented to the Peel Royal Commission, Dr. Weizmann reiterated Dealing with the Arab claim that Palestine is an Arab country and should have an Arab government. Dr. Weizmann said that even on the present basis that claim cannot be realized since the Jews form a third of the population and are responsible for more than two thirds of the economic and cultural activity in Palestine. "The Jews do not want to dom. inate the Arabs but they will not allow themselves to be dominated by them," Dr. Weizmann exclaimed, saying that "we will not submit to the fate of Assyrians in Iraq," referring to the massacre six years ago of the mniority which had risn against the Iraqi. The gist of Dr. Weizmann's statement was a demand for the continuation of the Mandate and of Jewish immigration in accordance with the principle of economic absorptivity, together with an active policy of development and effective safeguards against a minority status for the Jews. Concluding. Dr. Weizmann said to the British officials: "I pray that you who have carried justice, fairness and good government into the remotest corners of the globe; I pray Trith all respect and humility that you wi'l djo justice to my people in this daTk hour." England Receives Arab Demands ladassah Holds lefrgee Ball [Continued on Page Four) The Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah will hold its Refugee Costume Ball Wednesday evening. February 22nd at the Civic Center with Mrs. Sam Simonhoff. general chairman, in charge of arrangements. Feature of the evening will be the brilliant historical pageant portraying Biblical characters from Adam and Eve to the entrance of the Jews into America. leading organizations of Orthodox that the root of the problem is the Reform and Conservative Judaism, homelessness of the Jewish people Declaring that "the synagogue whicr is everywhere a minority, can perform a definite service in "They preserved their identity the spiritual and emotional rehnbbecause of their attachment to ilitation of the refugee." Rabbi Palestine and the hope of a return Gustave Falk, regional director of to Zion," he declared. "The claim the Union of American Hebrew, to Palestine was never abandoned; Congregations, asserted that while the Jewish community there never the synagogue should cooperate 1 ceased to exist. In every age with the community organizations' Jewish groups went to Palestine that care for the "bread and but-' and for the last sixty years active London, (WNS Palcor Agency) —In a summary of the case they presented to the Government, the Arab delegates to the current conferences remain firm in demands on which they have insisted all along. The cardinal points demanded by the Arabs are: a completely independent Arab State in Palestine; abandonment of any attempt to establish a Jewish National Home there; abrogation of the Palestine Mandate; a treaty with Great Britain defining the relationship of the Palestine Arab State with the British Government as the same as that enjoyed by Iraqi; total stoppage of all Jewish immigration into Palestine and a ban on all sale of land to Jews. ter" needs of the refugee, it should direct its attention to the "enduring qualities of the mind." Over one hundred members and friends from Senior, Junior and the Business and Professional groups of Hadassah will participate in the costumed history of the Jews. Sequences of the tableauxs were written by Harry Simonhoff, directing by Mr. Wald man of Fleischer's Studio and Truman Lord is stage manager. Assisting Mrs. Simonhoff is Mrs. Tobias Simon, ticket chairman; Mrs. Joseph H. Lipton, Mrs. Morris Plant and Mrs. Alex Goldstein, in charge of the booths. Tickets may be obtained from members. The public is cordially invited to attend as an enjoyable evening is promised. -*"" resettlement has been going on. The Balfour Declaration re?ogniz-1 ed these historic facts and the preamble of the Mandate gave international recognition to the historical connection of the Jewish people and Palestine and the grounds for reconstituting their national home in that country." Emphasizing the difference in importance of Palestine to the Jews and the Arabs. Dr. Weizmann quoted the Mandates Commission which had said: "The collective suffering of the Arabs and the Jews cannot be compared, since vast spaces in the Near East, formerly the abode of a numerous population and the home of a brilliant civilization, are open for the former whereas the world is becoming increasingly closed for settlement to the latter." LOUIS D. BRANDEIS Supreme Court Justice, who last week resigned from the Supreme Court of th U. S.



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FRIDAY, FEBSUAS7 17,1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES ME8CHELOFF, Rabbi 625 Michicon Avmue 'Phone 6-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. C.ntor 710 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 5-2013 DIVINE SERVICES Daily at 7:00 and 8:00 a. m.; at 5:45 and 6:15 p. m. Friday night il 5:30; aturday morning at 7:00 ^nd 9:00; Saturday afternoon at 5:30. FRIDAY NIGHT LECTURE •Man of Justice" will be the lubject of Rabbi Moses MeschelIffs lecture this Friday evening \i 8:15. He will evaluate the man, i aDdeis. Cantor Maurice Mara| will lead in the singing. •Florida's. Trees" will be the abject of the Saturday morning kcture. Rabbi Mescheloff w : Iso speak on "The Portion of from Peek" at Shalosh S'oodoA,/iil be held a day night at their rd program I a good lime. I'IRIM BALL 'in tenth annual Purim > e hold oi fclday night. March 6th at th pridian Hotel. Those who renber I, | year's • xceptiona] lional enterUii mt aru! the ball it-^.-lf will h N (., buy their tickets car' km any of the Bynagogue M [terhood officers or th. Max F, H. %  |] ti| k and you h n mi .' r e and Hebrew School about by Re• Temwho m evlta The Minnionaires welcome members. The following are the charter members Seymour Cohen, Norman Arkin, Sidneye Besvenick, Royal Jonas, Nathan Green, Edward Whitman, Leonard Merlin, Irving Freedman. Robert, Malvine and Harold Rothlein, Hubert Saal, Joseph Furman, Arthur Deutscher Irving Poliner, Srm "*f .' —-lond £3'.'."' i.n(ta/T'Ac ti:.45 p. m., ovat' Station WKAT. The birthdays of Alice Lewin, ; Herbert Neilinger and Teddy Miller were celebrated. "AMERICANS ALLIMMIGRANTS ALL" A section dealing with George Washington and Haym Salomon of a program which was presented over the Columbia Broadcasting System, will be re-enacted in the Assembly on February 26th, 1939, in commemoration of Washington's birthday. The program will be an adaptation of the episode entitled "The Jews in America" in the series of programs sponsored by the U. S. Department of Interior, over the Columbia Broadcasting System, every Sunday, from 2:00 to 2:30 o'clock, under the name "Americans All—Immigrants All." RADIO PROGRAM Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi Zwitman will speak on the Jewish Hour of the Rabbinical Association, over Station WIOD on Sunday afternoon, February 19th, at 3*0 p. r^ The musical program will be unfler the direction of Annie Laurie Lee. YAHRZEITS Yahrzeits for the rest of the month: D. J. Slerikerk. Adel Eismann, Donald Williams, Barbara Eichengreen, Emden Herzog, Martin Raff, Eva Lubow, Nathan Bernstein. The newly appointed committees of the Young Judeans are: social, Murry Yosim, chairman; Gerry Cohen, Evelyn Heller, Jerome Goldberg, Pearle Eisenberg and Lillian Gordon; constitution, Sam Yosim, chairman; Leon Young and Toby Rothblatt. Plans are being made for a George Washington dance. Morris Hermer has been elected a member of the National Council for Palestine. Eugene A. Hankin was married Sunday to Mindell Cohen of Tampa at the home of the bride. Rabbi Adolph Burger officiated. my t.. MRS. S. H. LUTSKY 1 President of the Southeastern Region of Hali' 'ecently JACKSONVILLE )) R NEWS 1 Mr. and Mrs. Morris Meyerson celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary at a recefrid), given by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert %  Meyerson last Monday night, Abruarv 27th. ing act... Mrs. Sam Goldberg eelmotives e is" twenty-fifth weddir tion. My ele^he recrea*— was accomplished w T>v -'. \.iie support of either of the now existing daily newspapers. For many years prior to 1928, City of Miami, to a large degree, the City Commissioners of the I am told, had been dominated and controlled by one of the daily papers. Its position as dictator in (ivic affairs was seized by another daily paper in 1929 and 1930, and for several years thereafter. Since that time, until the present commission was elected, many of the commissioners were tagged and branded as being controlled by one of the daily papers. In the last election, neither of these papers were successful in electing a candidate for City Commissioner, supported by them. "I. as a City Commissioner, duly elected by the people, merely represent a revolt of the voters against their former influence over the affairs of the city. In order to justify themselves and to impress the neonle with the necessity of following their leadership, they have made me the subject of many bitter attacks and started giving me a ride and, believe you me, the ride has been rather rotten. "As a result of the episode concerning the publication of the "I Will Not Pay a Bribe" advertiseThe regular monthly meeting of the Senior Hadassah Chapter for February took place last Wednesday afternoon in the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Mrs. D. H. Lasarow, president, conducted the busi. ness session. Mrs. Isidore Moscovitz, program chairman, presented a novel and interesting program. The study group meeting took returned &n>w "th'at I nad hL &** l^^l evening >" the Persecuted, but the indict*•.<>' rrv ( Uciit had served its purpose. The Recall ....o. Harry Gendzier. The coWt'ion ,i s bein conducted un"I have been ,-i w* Vf* V •?He*.] office-holder #>.s ir >tain skii Gir ant — %  —+ USHER 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 Every. •here i„ Florida k ni e,th %  >she ng dva -er >a* round then ANNUAL CLASSIC TO BE HELD Eliminations for the annual nursery stake classic, first of three major greyhound racing stake races booked this season at West Flagler Kennel Club, are now going on at the westside oval. Trials in the first round end this week-end and the second will start Monday. Trials are scheduled to continue until the field of forty of the country's outstanding canine youngsters are boiled down to a field of eight. The final race will be run off on February 27th. The Flagler nursery stake classic is one of the biggest and richest dog racing stake events in the nation. It is worth $1,000. George Elfrink was the first nursery stake champion crowned at West Flakier. He won the title for John Allen back in 1935. The following year. Fawn Leader which is owned by Merrill Blair, now one of the leading owners at Flagler. came through with the title, while Just Jerry won for J. B. McCoullough in 1937 and Rip A Rarin' for Fred Whitehead last season. This season's nursery classic stacks up as one which will find the competition close. Several of c .,he nursery contenders are grey"nda which some day will be %  hy "hot-box" contenders. Vy Knob, a greyhound owned by Doc. Austin who has produced many champions in the past among them that great female star, Reba Nell, has been made a favorite to capture the 1939 Flagler nursery classic. that if a Recall were necessarv. there should have been individual petitions, as people who were my enemies signed the petitions to ge"t me and in so doing, it was al=o iTn^ S ^ t y i *V ainst Mr ^** •>*"*. well being anrl a return enen ie B -h •' DuB Se and the!r < !"!" depression. rl,\V7Tl ainst them 1 to analvze the situation verv carenaturally had to take me along. "Many constructive measures have been effected in behalf of the city during the short time I have held office. It must be remembered that Miami is a fast growing community and it is essential and necessary to keep abreast with times. The bond refunding program alone will save the taxpayers of this city over fifteen million dollars. The city has lived within its income under this administration and I believe it is the first time since 1925 that this had been done. In this connection, I wish to say that I have been accused of I match my record for service in being guilty of placing my friends this community against any of the in available city positions in the | members of the Recall group." place of my enemies. In aases: Dr. Ferguson is a native of where by friends could fill the poTerre Haute, Ind., married and fullv and see if nossible what our enemies in the Recall Election are trying to do. In my opinion it is and alwvs will be a battle bet.v-.n, *he "ot" and 'he "ins", and I wish to pledge to the citizens of Miami mv willingness at this Recall Flection 60 appear before &f he neoole so that they mav pass ".oVnient on mv actions in diseh-.'-gifg mv official duties. "I intepd to live here the rest of mv life apd to do everything I can that in mv oninion is good for the city whether I am a City Commissione 1 or not and I will sitions just as capably, I hardly expected to be criticized for this. al facilities for Miami has been largely under my supervision. ?1-.000.00 had already been aphas a son attending the publia schools. He is an active membet "The development of recreationof the Young Democratic Club, Mahi Shrine Temple, Rotary, Uni. versity Club and the American Legion. SAVE with SAFETY • 1 Place Your Savings Where They Will Receive Federal Protection and Federal Supervision We /fwt Always Pmi 4% On Saving* RALPH B. FERGUSON Appreciates your confidence Its NO on the RECALL (Pd. Political Adv.) EACH ACCOUNT INSURED UP TO $5,000 INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS DHDE FEDCRHL 5nvincs nno Lonn associnTion tt OF mmmi Ground Floor Congrtxi Bldg.. 109 N. E.Socond Rva. J. M. UPTON. PrpsiAMt RESOURCES OVER $2,800,000.00 .: /


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