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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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I IN.V.ALLSTAR
ENEFIT SI0W TO
IE HELB SUNDAY
Irene Bordoni, Harry Richman,
ntertainment from the Demnsey-
landerbilt Hotel and Royal Palm
llub. and dance music by Mannie
lates and his orchestra will hoad-
|ne the All-Star Benefit Show of
Jewish War Veterans Sunday
|l(rht at Biscayne Fronton. J. Wil-
im Baros. President of the Jow-
Ih War Veterans Convention Bu-
rau announced.
Many Othw entertainers from
[>tels and nightluhs throughout
h Miami 8i*a will round out the
roc-ram. This will include hand
k'ancing, rhumbas. sinning, aero-
jHrs. ballroom, tan and interpre-
,-e dances arrd rope acts.
I The Harvey Seeds Post former
>r'd's champion drnm and bugle
Iros will stage exhibition musical
pi's and the Junior drum and
kgle corps, attired smartly in
?w blue and white uniforms, of
|e J. W. V. Freda Markowitz
will nlay patriotic selections.
| Part of the evening's entortain-
!'nt will be a bingo game and
(niinc to the music of Mannie
>tes and his orchestra will he en-
"d.
Funds raised from the sale of
Vets will be used to defrav ex-
ses of the 44th animal National
Invention of the Jewish War Vet-
ns to be held in Miami August
h through September 3rd inclu-
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1939
PRICE FIVE CENTS
REBEL LEADER
DENOUNCES JEWS
Burgos, (WNS)General Fran-
cisco Franco, leader of the Span
ish rebellion, denounced Jews, ac-
cording to dispatches published
here. In a victory speech to a
crowd in Burgos, the insurgent
generalissimmo said, "While mu-
si- is heard and our flag is raised
there are wandering throughout
the world the damned such as the
eternal Jew whom nobody wants
because they are a Communist
horde."
HONOR MEMORY
OF MOSES GASTER
Bucharest (WNS)The Ruman-
ian Academy scheduled a mmor-
ial meeting in honor of Dr. Moses
Oaster, noted Jewish scholar and
native of Rumania, who died in
Fngland last week. Dr. Oaster
had nresented to the academv mart
us-ripts of the unpublished works
of Michael Eminescu. Rumanian
writer. Memorial services were
held in a number of synagogues
throughout Rumania, nraising Dr.
Caster's devotion to Rumania and
his invaluable scientific contribu-
tions to the cause of Rumanian
letters.
Regional Conference
To Meet On Sunday
"e transportation from Miami
SCO to the All-Star Show at the
lonton Sunday night was an-
llinced by H H. Farr. chairman
'he transnortation committee
ho performance- Buses of the
ami B"pch Railway will leave
m ^nrr Ten-s. r<27 Col'ins Ave-
Miami Beach, for t^e Fron-
t fifteen minute intervals
*ti"g Sunday evening at 7:30
rk.
tarry Makowit, ti ket chair-
in. renorted a brisk ad'">nce sale
'i'L-ots. Booths have been in-
ll'ed in the Red Cross Drug De
V'mont Sto-e. Fast Flagler St.;
imi Rue Company. 100 South
mi Avenue; Palmer's Shoe
-e. 30. N. K. 1st Street: Marko-
|z and Resnick. 1220 Biscayne
l-'evard and at Farr Tours. 527
Pins Avenue and 7(10 Washing-
Avenue. Miami Beach,
arrv Wald. Past Commander
the Washington Heights, N. Y.,
Jewish War Veterans, com-
lented a gathering of All-Star
Committees Monday night
Jits efforts to make the coming
r'vention the best ever held and
of plans for a motorcade of
cars which will leave New
with 1500 veterans next Au-
for the Convention in Miami.
He Outpost drum and bugle
of Freda Markowitz Post
continue its efforts to stimu-
interest in the All-Star Show
ight by playing at the hotels on
Imi Beach which the past week
toured the hotels and syrra-
jes of Greater Miami and is
[by Captain Barney H. Kraft
Lieutenant Harry Schulman
Maurice Samuel, noted author
-nd lecturer, will address the Sun-
day evening dinner meeting of
the Southern Regional Conference
>f the Co-moil of Jewish Federa-
tions anil Welfare Funds, meeting
in Memnhis, Tennessee, on Mar-h
'1th and 12th. announced Mrs.
N'euton Stern. Memnhis. chairman
of the nrogram committee.
Mr Samuel will discuss the com-
munity's relationship to the Unit-
ed Jewish Apneal for Refugees
and Overseas Needs, which repre-
sents the combined efforts of the
Joint Distribution Committee, the
United Palestine Anpeal and the
N'ational Coordinating Committee
Fund. Inc., to deal with the three-
fold task of relief and reconstruc-
tion in Europe, immigration and
resettlement in Palestine and refu-
gee adjustment in the United
States.
Dr. Louis Binstock. rabbi of
Temnle Sholem. Chicago, and a
brilliant lecturer, will speak at the
opening session of the conference
on the subject: "Organizing the
Jewish Group for Effective Com-
munity Action." Southern aspects
of this problem, with reference to
the present status of community
organization in the South and pos-
sibilities for future development,
vi'l be discussed bv Edward M.
Kahn, Regional Executive Secre-
tary and Executive Director of the
Federation for Jewish Social Ser-
vice, Atlanta.
A discussion of refugee activity
in the South will occupy the Sun-
day morning session of the confer-
ence. Miss Cecilia Razovsky, Ex-
ecutive Director of the National
Coordinating Committee for Aid to
Strictly Confidential
OVERSEAS FLASHES
Now that Cardinal Pacelli, for-
mer Papal Secretary of State, has
been elected as the next Pontiff
We feel it timely to remind
vou that months before the last
Pore died Hitler announced that
he definitely does not want Pacel-
li to be the next Pope. The medie-
val Jewish physician Nortradamus
by the way, in his prophesy de -tar-
ed that the Pone for whose posi-
tion Pacelli has been chosen will
be so marvelous a leader that he
will become known as the "Angel-
ic Shenherd" Proceeding from
th? sublime to the tragic-comic
- want to tell you of a certain
famous German comedian who re-
cently appeared on a Berlin stage
made up as the ex Kaiser. The
audience almost fell out of the
seats annlauding Cracked the
"omedian: "Don't you wish he
pally were here tonight?" .
Not result: Six Months in the con-
centration camp. .
LONDON ECHOES
Rieht now is one time we're
"orry we were right when we told
vou some time ago. that the Lon-
don conference would call for'h
Zion:st protest meetings. Tt is
rumored that Chamberlain. Eng-
land's appeasement Prime Minis-
ter, doesn't like to meet Dr. Weiz-
mann. The Zionist leader, says
Neville, speaks ton cnn-ineingly. .
Malcolm MacDonald. British Col-
onial Minister, who has taken so
epti-Ziorist an attitude at the Ten-
don Conference, used to be a fre-
"uen visitor at Zionist headquar-
ters in London in his early youth.
Veizmann calls him by his
first name. Orchids to Judge
Julian Mack. who. though quite ill.
:s spending all his free time as la-
:w" man o wires between the American dele-
gation to the London Conference
-nd former Justice Brandeis. .
Brandeis. incidentally, sent a cable
to Chamberlain which shows that
the Grand Old Man hasn't lost anv
ef his fightinq- spirit- The fol-
lowing bit of Galgenhumor is waft-
ed over the Atlantic: It was right
after that T/tndon session which
ended abri'ptlv when the Zionists
walked out of the room where they
had been conferring with the Brit-
ish. A European Zionist was
worried at the affront to Britain. .
"After all," he pointed out, "Eng-
land is a powerful nationthe sun
never sets on the British flag"
"That." came back an American
delegate, "is because the Lord
wouldn't trust the English in the
dark" .
PROTESTS FLOOD
COLONIAL OFFICES
London, (WNS Palcor Agency)
Thousands of cables from Jews
in America and elsewhere have
been received by the Colonial Of
fice. it was reported here. The
cables all unite in protesting
against any proposal that would
Involve a minority status for thr
Jews of Palestine, and make evi
dent to the British Government
that the steadfast opposition o*
the Jewish delegation to such pro
posals has the unequivocal sup-
port of American and world Jewry
A two-hour in-formal meeting
attended bv Colonial Secretary
Malcolm MacDonald and seven
Jewish leaders left the definite im-
DELEGATION
DELAYS OFFICIAL
DISSOLUTION
London. (WNS Palcor Agency)
The desperate efforts of the
British Government to keep the
current Arab-Jewish British con-
ferences, which began just one
month ago, from complete col-
lapse met with partial, if qualified.
sue ess when the Jewish Confcr-
n -e Committee, after a two-hour
session, accented the recommenda-
tion of the Executive of the Jew-
iah Agency for Palestine that the
delegation should not be dissolved
immediately.
Members of the Executive, in-
pression that the Government is flaenoed by certain as vet unan-
moat anxious to protract the ne- nounced compromise suggestions
gotiations. Though whatever Mr. nut for by Colonial Secretary Mai-
MaeDonald suggested was said un- i Colm MacDonald at an' informal
der a pledge of secrecy and detail' I meeting, decided to recommend
were not available, it is believed
that he hay have outlined a com-
promise proposal of some sort
which he hoped would cause the
Jewish delegates to the conferenc-
es to re-onsider their threat of
withdrawal and non-co-operation.
Telegrams were received bv Mr
Harry Simonhoff from the Amer
'can Jewish Conp-ress. Mrs. Sam
Simonhoff from the Hadassah and
"r. Sidnev Segall from the Zionist
Organization, urging them to send
as many cablegrams as possible
fo Prime Minister Chamberlain,
protesting against England's pro-
posal to revoke the British man
-ate over Palestine, s rapping the
nalfour Declaration and stopping
Jewish immigration into Palestine.
't annears that the Arab-Jewish
ronference in I/>ndnn is develop-
ing unfavorably towards the Jews.
rreat Britain in her dilema may
sacrifice the Jews to the more
numerous Arabs n-i neonle in the British Empire.
A me-tinp- was h 'Id -' the of
""p of Mr Harry Simo-.-'noff lest
"-"'ida;- with twenty-five people
' sent. A resolution was adopt
e-l that cablegrams from Jews and
non-Jews be pnt to Prin"> M'n's
er Chamberlain at 10 Downing
Street, London.
Ac-ording to Mr. S'monhoff's
statement, about twenty cable-
Trams were sent.
THIS AND THAT
Paging Samuel Untermyer:
Some lawyers claim that the law
-ompellir.g importers to mark mer-
ehandise with the name of the
country of origin and forbidding
the removal of that legend is un-
-onstitutional- The reason why
that Pathe newsreel shot of the
German-American Bund meeting
at Madison Square Garden was
Refugees, will address the gather- withdrawn from circulation was
ing on "The National Refugee
(Continued on Page Seven)
not protest by anti-Nazis. .
(Continued on Page Three)
Refugees Continue
Se^rc1* Fcr Haven
Vienna. (WNS) Considerable
resentment has been aroused, even
in non-Jewish circles here of the
CPieli hardship imposed on Jews,
who. after they have paid all their
taves and received police permits
to leave the country are unable to
go because they can find no coun-
try of refuge willing to accept
them. After a wait of six weeks
they are arrested and sent to the
concentration camp at Dachau as
punishment for remaining after
promising to leave. It is believed
that some "center of refuge" will
be rfctablished where Jews could
remain indefinitely pending au-
thorization to enter a colonizing
country, particularly i n cases
where the Jews have means to sup-
port themselves.
that the official Jewish delegation
should not be dissolved just yet
as expected, pending further in-
quiries from the Government,
The Modus Vivendi, however,
is to be changed; instead of em-
ployipg the conference method, the
questions are to he submitted to
the Govornment in writing.
The Jewish leaders emphasized,
however, that not too much should
be expected from the new devel-
opments The situation is funda-
mentally unchanged, they declared,
and the negative attitude of the
Jewish delegation remains unal-
tered.
Though the Jewish delegation
has not been officially dissolved,
individual members of it are grad-
ually leaving London for their
homes. Mr. Liosky Ins already
left I-ondnn; Dr. Stephen S. Wise
Was the first of the Americans to
leave.
British public opinion is over-
whelmingly in favor of the estab-
lishment of a Jewish National
Home in Palestine it was revealed
when the News Chronicle. London
daily, published the result of a
survey by the R<-itish Institute of
Public Opinion, founded in 1936 by
George Horace Gallup, whose polls
on timely subjects in America have
thus far always been found amaz-
ing'y accurate.
Asked whether they believed it
desirable for Great Britain to con-
'inue its policy of settling Jews in
Palestine, sixty percent of the
Britishers who answered did so in
the affirmative. Only fourteen per
cent gave a negative reply; the
remaining twenty-six percent de-
clared that they had formed no
definite opinion.
Steinhardt Is Named
Ambassador To U. S.
Washington, (WNS)Laurence
\- Steinhardt. Ambassador to Pe-
ru, has been named Ambassador
to the U. S- S. R., according to an
announcement by the State De-
partment. Mr Steinhardt, who is
46, was formerly Minister to Swe-
den, and before his entry into dip-
lomatic service in 1933, he was a
lawyer and economist, serving
some time in the Army.


PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 10. 1939
MARRIAGE TO
TAKE PLACE
The marriage of Miss Shirley
Rosenthal. daughter of Mr- and
Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal. to Morris
Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Harris, of Pittsburgh, Pa., will
lake place on Sunday afternoon,
March 12th at 3:00 o'clock at the
borne of the bride's uncle and
aimt, 2119 S- W. 16th Terrace.
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will of-
ficiate. After a honeymoon trip
the couple will reside in Pitts-
burgh-
FUTURITY STAKE
BEING HELD
The rich $2,000 Futurity Stake,
one of the outstanding greyhound
racing stake events in the country
is now under way at West Flagler
Kennel Club.
This event is for two-year-old
greyhounds whelped on arrd after
January 1. 1937.
Some of the greatest racing
dogs in the country are now com-
peting in the event.
Rural Rube, which won the Nur-
s e r y championship at Revere
Beach. Mass., during the summer,
and defeated everything on1 the Re-
vere track, has been installed fav-
orite to capture the 1939 Flagler
Futurity classic. Rural Rube is
now racing at his top form. He
looms as the outstanding grey-
hound of the year at West Flagler!
track.
Rural Rube is owned by Bud
Carroll and is a son of that great
champion, My Laddie, which last
Saturday night was on parade and
exhibition at the West Flagler
In addition to Rural Rube, some
of the other better dogs competing
in the event are Rocky Knob, Eye
Witness, Court Witness. Lucky
Sir, Lucky Crier, West Flagler,
that famed Pacific Coast cham-
pion; Bonnie Louise, which won
the Futurity Stake at Revere
Beach this past summer, and many
others.
NEW ARRIVALS AT
HOTEL EVANS
Late arrivals from New York
spending their vacation at Hotel
Evans are: Mrs. F. E. Cohen,
Brooklyn; Miss Evelyn Levine,
Brooklyn; Mr. Harry Kopp, Mr.
and Mrs. H. J. Plunkett, New Ro-
chelle; Dr. and Mrs. D. Spielman,
Mr. Harry Shoenfeld, Bronx; Sam
Lipschutz, Richmond Hill. M. N.
Lipschutz. Jamaica, L. I.; Mr. S
W. Lawton. Bronx; Mr. and Mrs.
David Resnek, Chelsea, Mass.; Mr.
Philip Dribin, Mr Ben Fireman.
Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Netzky, Phil-
adelphia, Pa.

MOVE TO NEW
RESIDENCE
Mr. and Mrs. Louis S-hoenburg
of Chicago, announce that they
have moved to their new home at
2528 S. W. 10th Street. Miami,
where they will be pleaded to greet
their friends .

TO HOLD
ANNUAL CONCERT
The eighth annual concert un-
der the direction of Abraham
Bramson will be held Sunday even-
ing. March 12th at 8:30 o'clock at
the Beth David auditorium, 13' N.
W. 3rd Avenue. An unusual pro-
gram of entertainment will be pre-
sented and tickets may be obtain-
ed at the auditorium. Admission
charged will be fifty cents and one
dollar- The public is invited to at-
tend.
GIRL SCOUTS
MEET
At the last meeting of the Girl
Scout Troop No. 10, the rag doll
project was completed and the
dolls will be delivered to the Or-
phan Home in Kendall- Working
on the Book Finder Badge with
Captain Silverman are the girls
who have finished second class
while the others girls are complet-
ing second class work with Lieu-
tenant Breskin. The Girl Scouts
annual cookie sale will begin on
March 13th- .
*
TO HOLD
MEETING
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
their regular meeting Wednesday
afternoon, March 15th, at 2:30 p
m.. at the Beth David Talmud Tor-
ah with the board meeting preced-
ing at 1:30 p. m. All members and
friends are urged to attend. A
social hour will follow.

TO ATTEND
CONFERENCE
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executive
secretary of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau, and Mrs. Selma Basker.
immigration chairman of the Nat-
ional Council of Jewish Women,
will leave the city to attend the
Southern Regional Conference of
Federation and Welfare Fun}s to
be held March 11th and 12th in
Memphis, Tenn. They will return
to Miami next week.
*
HOTEL EVANS
HOLDS AFFAIRS
Hotel Evans announces at this
time that they have engaged the
services of a well-known cantor
and choir who will conduct the
traditional service for the Pass-
over Holidays, and suggest that
early reservations be made so that
they can accommodate their many-
Sunday evening. March 19th, the
Junior B'nai B'rith will hold its
dinner and entertainment in the
garden dad patio of Hotel Evans
Many stirs of both stage and )
scree i will be presented. The pub- ,
lie is .ivited to be present.
REGULAR FORUM
TO BE HELD
The regular forum sponsored by
the National Council of Jewish
Women will be held Friday after-
noon at 2:00 o'clock at the Evans
Hotel, Miami Beach The guest
speakers of the afternoon will be
Judge Max M. Korshak of Chica-
go, who recently returned from a
four month's trip abroad, and
whose subject will be "I Visited
Germany. Poland and Palestine";
and Fred Plant of New York, who
will speak on "A Y.mng Man
Looks at Tomorrow." The pro-
gram will also include several se-
lections by Miss Lotte Kraus, Vie ,
nnese singer, who will be accom
panied by Miss Taia Sommers
pianist. Mrs. I. M- Weinstein wil'
continue the study course, this
week's topic being "OutstandinR
American Views of the Last Half
o.r the 19th Century." Group dis-
cussion will follow. The public is
invited to attend-
Russian Turkish Steam Baths
Soapirig.Rubbing-MassaqinQ
Hot Ocean Tub Baths
ATLANTIC OCEAN BATHS
n. berkow. Prop.
MILLION DOLLAR PIER
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
Examples of fruit and veg^.-tble
products native to farflung places
in the whole world, but all of en
successfuly grown in Mian:'- ,i,
tropical back country, are j
play every afternoon and e I
of this week and next at thi
annual Miami Tropical Fair. N W
7th Street and Tenth Aver.: arj
the heart of the city.
The event, which is the f .- |
ner of a civic enterprise :
lish a yearly pageant on
scale to show winter visitors anc|
residents alike the agri
livestock and other resources o{
this vicinity is being eondu
a non-profit incorporated I .,
tion of Miamians whose ol
is to present visual evide: ofl
the numerous products grov j
within easy access to the -
public.
FOR RENT
Beautiful Single or D
Rooms in New Home. J
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Jewish War Veterans
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* SUNDAY NIGHT, 8:30 O'CLOCK *
at
Biscayne (Hi-Li) Fronton

N. W. 36th Street and 35th Avenue
(Benefit J. W. V. National Convention Fund)
Mannie Gates and His
Orchestra
Dempsey-Vanderbilt Floor
Show with Vaughan Mun-
roe and His Orchestra
Royal Palm Club
Entertainment
Drum and Bugle Corps,
Harvey Seeds Post,
American Legion
J. W. V. Boys* and Girls'
Drum and Bugle Corps,
Freda Markowitz Post
AND A GALAXY OF OTHER STARS!
*
- Dancing and Sparkling Entertainment *
ALL THIS WEEK & NEXT;
MIAMI TROPICAL FAIR
\\ W. 7th St. and 10th e.
PRIZE AGRICULTURAL
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Refunds j
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FRIDAY, MABCH 10, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
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[
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
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]
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Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
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FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1939
VOLUME 12NUMBER 10
HAS HITLER RELENTED?
Jewry owes a debt of gratitude to Mr. George Rublee, who
bearded the Nazi dachshund in his kennel and at least tried
strenuously to wring some amelioration to distressed Jews. The
| preliminary reports that followed his last visit were encourag-
ing, but in the midst of all this Mr. Rublee resigned. This act
gave the world a shock because it realized that Rublee was the
man best fitted to carry through, if there was any real hope in
the situation. Nothing has happened since these conferences
| that reassures us. Germany is pushing the collection of its bil-
lion dollar fine with vigor. It is confiscating properties as rap-
idly as possible. It is shoving out all that can be forced to go.
Wt have as yet observed no official declaration on the part of
Hitler as to his ultimate intentions. If he moves at all in the
'right direction, 1 son of the Rublee plans submitted, but because Germany is feel-
In^ the iron hand of the boycott. Force is the only weapon
kvb".ch Hitler recognizes.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
V. M. H. A. SETS UP 39 BUDGET
Herman Waitsman, chairman of
the Y. M. H: A Budget Commit-
and his aids have set up the
1989 budget for the "Y" which
Will show an expenditure of $8,000
for salaries of Executive Director.
I arc taker, book-keeper, secretary,
library, social room, painting: of
h'Jilding, trophy room and several
"tpairs in athletic building. Un-
f'-rtunately they have available
I -t a few hundred dollars towards
"Jr athletic field. With hundreds
ff boys and girls attending var-
ious Y. M. H. A. groups we readily
Me our shortcomings in not hav-
I mg a playground to accommodate
thesa youngsters as well as the
J older folks. We haven't been for-
tunate in having some good natur-
come to our aid as yet. Consider-
ing the thousands of dollars that
| are spent each year for reforming
the Juveniles in houses of correc-
tion I personally feel that a gener-
ous move in this playground for
the Y. M. H. A. will pay a tremen-
dous part in aiding the youngsters
to better training for manhood and
womanhood. Won't you please do
what you can?
"Y" TENPIN TEAM WINS
INITIAL CONTEST
In their first match against the
Hopkins-Carter bowling team the
Y. M. H. A- emerged victorious,
compiling scores of 757-833 and
355 against C8C-651 and 680. Coach
Teddy Goldstein topped the "Y"
with a high game of 235 while Bob
Rosenbloom had a 198 game. Ralph
Grossman 179; Al Reisman 170
and Joe Berman 167. Nice start
boys, keep it up.
MILSTBIN, TENDRICH LEAD IN
DUCK PINS
Sammy Tendrich a newcomer to
the "Y" duckpin team grabbed
some of the honors from Marty
Milstein last Monday at the Miami
Recreation Alleys when he rolled a
high game of 117 and a three-
game average of 313- Marty by
the way, was high man for
the third consecutive week with a
high game of 137 and a total of
380. Manager Jack Apte has se-
lected two teams to represent the
"Y"; Team No. 1 to be known as
the Whites will be captained by
Marty Milstein, consisting of Hal
Levinson, Abe Berkowitz, R. Gross-
man, Pete Silverman. Subs: Doc
Beckman and Jack Apte. Team No-
2 the Blues will be led by Herman
Waitsman, Allie Berkowitz, Sam
Seitlin, Harry Schwartz and Sam
Tendrich. Subs: Abe Silver and
Nat Blumberg. The boys are
proudly exhibiting their new jer-
seys which of course all adds to
Y. M. H. A. prestige-
SPECIAL OCCASION WEDNES-
DAY. MARCH 15TH
On Wednesday evening, March
15th at 8:30 o'clock, the Y. M. H.
A. will be honored by the p*?sence
of the Honorable Meier Steinbrink,
Justice of the New York Supreme
Court and one of the outstanding
Jurists in the country. Though
here for a brief vacation. Judge
Steinbrink has agreed to deliver
a lecture at the "Y" on the above
date on a very vital subject that
will be of interest to every Jew in
this area.
We earnestly request the offi
cers of every Jewish organization
in this vicinity to urge their mem-
bers to be present at this lecture-
A fine musical program will he
presented and the officers of the
Y. W. H. A. will act as hostesses
after the meeting when a buffet
supper will be served-
JUNIOR DIVISION
A very interesting meeting of
this group was held last Monday
evening when plans were formulat-
ed for the organizing; of a "Y" or-
chestra. Sid Stepkin spoke at this
meeting and presented two out-
standing members of the local mu-
sician's union, who entertained the
audience with musical selections.
Many members have signed appli-
cations to join this orchestra.
Many more are needed- See the
Executive Director and let's get
this "Y" band started.
Next Monday night, March 13th,
the Junior Division will have as
its guest of honor Ernie Andrews
who will entertain the crowd with
banjo selections.
SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION
This Division will hold a dance
at the "Y" Saturday night, March
tlth. Mrs. Bee Stepkin and Mrs-
Pearl Reisman will act as chaper-
ones. Admission is fifteen cents
stag and twenty-five cents drag.
ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN
Yesterday Maurice Grossman,
our Executive Director received
this card;
To Whom It May Concern:
Ladies and Gentlemen:
I am organizing a lonely heart
Club- Corresponding Club. Recom-
mend your friends. Dues are what
you can afford. P. S.Take note
Al Pallot and Sidney Segall.
All us folkses at the "Y" are
mighty happy to hear that you are
up and at 'em again Mr. Walter
Alamac Hotel Jacobs. Now stay
thataway-
By the time you read this issue
you will have been informed as to
the status of our basketball team
who remind me of the young lady
always a bridesmaid but never a
bride. The boys have been strug-
gling to win a championship for
the past two years and for the
past two years they have fallen
by the wayside in their final
match. Who knows, maybe the
tide will turn.
I Join the Y- M. H. A. now and
become active in Miami's outstand-
ing youth building organization.
Any age accepted.
SOCIETY
will be held every Monday from
5:00 to 6:00 p. m-, in student quar-
ters beginning soon. A discussion
group will be held twice a month
on Tuesday evenings from 7:00 to
8:00 and the two fraternities will
be hosts alternately. A seder for
j students and townspeople will bar
held at the American Legion Hall,
Tuesday evening. April 5th, and a
committee was appointed to make
arrangements. Students attending
will pay a nominal charge.
RNGIISH CLASSES
TO BE HELD
Adult English classes for the
foreign-born, snonsored by the
National Council of Jewish Women
will start Monday evening, March
13th at 8:30 p. m.. with Mrs. Mau-
rice Grossman and Mrs. Issac Lev-
in as teachers. The city classes
will temporarily be held Monday
and Wednesday evenings at 8:30
n. m., at the Council office- 506
Congress building with Mrs. Gross-
man in charge, and beach classes
held at 8:30 p. m., at the Beth
Jacob Synagogue with Mrs. Levin
in charge.
Classes are open to the public free
of charge and students may attend
both city and beach classes if they
so desire- Anyone knowing any
foreign-born speaking man or wo- sented and musio for dancinR 'will
TO HOLD DANCE
The Miami Chapter A. 7.. A. will
hold a benefit dance Sunday even-
ing. March 19th, at the Evans Ho-
tel. Miami Beach, with the pro-
ceeds of the affair going towards
the Youth Aliyah movement- In
charge of arrangements is Danny
Richter, chairman, assisted by Ted
Plant. Irving Ginsburg, Nathan
Aronovitz, Al Kasanof and Gerald
^lkin- A floor show will be pre-
man who desres to attend these
classes are requested to please
have them register at the Council
office.
TO BE MARRIED
The marriage of Miss Rosalind
Simon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
J. D. Simon, to Simon Buchman.
son of Mr- and Mrs. J M. Buch;
man of Tampa, will take place
Sunday evening. March 12th at 7
o'clock at the Hotel Evans with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
The bride will be attended by her
sister. Miss Edith Simon as maid
of honor; Miss Rosalie Buchman.
sister of the groom, and Miss Eth
el Mintzer as bridesmaids. Mr-
Manuel Buchman, brother of the
groom, will be best man; Jack Ei-
senhcrg and Martin Greenberg will
be groomsmen- Dinner and danc-
ing will follow the ceremony. In-
vitations have been issued. Out
of town guest attending is Mrs
Bella Chatoff of New York, aunt
of the bride. After a honeymoon
trip to Havana the couple will re-
side in Tampa- where Mr. Buch-
man is engaged in business.

TO HOLD
BENEFIT BRIDGE
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will hold a benefit bridge
party Tuesday afternoon, March
21st at 2:00 o'clock at the Astor
Hotel, 956 Washington Avenue.
Miami Beach, with Mrs. Louis Pal
lot and Mrs. Harry Schulman. co-
chairmen, in charge of arrange-
ments. Refreshments will be serv-
ed and various card games will be
nlayed- Tickets may be obtained
from the chairmen or Auxiliary
members. A1 I members and
friends are urged to attend as the
proceeds will go towards the Tal-
mud To rah fund-

JEWISH STUDENT
UNION MEETS
The Council of the Jewish Stu-
dents Union body of the Universi-
ty of Florida at Gainesville, held
a meeting March 2nd. Those pres-
ent were Rabbi Max Eichorn, Jos-
eph Mizrachi and Dud Breinirt
(representing Tan Epsilon Phi,)
Sidney Aronovitz and Herbert Kay
(representing Phi Beta Delta) and
Harry Weintraub and Arnold Man-
diberg (representing non-fraterni-
ty men.) Th officers selected
were Rabbi Eichorn, chairman;
Harry Weintraub, secretary; and
Sidney Aronovitz. treasurer. It
was voted to have religious ser-
vices at the local synagogue #r-
ery Wednesday evening from 7:00
to 8:00 o'clock. The services will
be conducted in Hebrew and Eng-
lish and a student choir will be
organized. Classes for
and advanced students
be furnished. Tickets may be ob-
tained from any member. Admis-
sion charged is one dollar and ten
rents per couple- All members and
friends are urged to attend as the
funds will be used for a worthv
cause-
MARRIAGE
TAKES PLACE
The wedding of Miss Miriam
Golden and Simon Wolfman took
place Wednesday evening at the
home of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
who officiated- A reception follow-
ed the ceremony-
ANNUAL DANCE
TO BE HELD
The annual Frolics Dance spon-
sored by the National Council of
Jewish Juniors will be held Sunday
evening, March 12th at the Nut
Club with Morris Wroobel, Belle
Tannen and James Seigendorf :i
charge of arrangements. Da1- '"r
and entertainment will be pres fc-
ed throughout the evening. Pro-
ceeds of this affair will go to-
wards the Scholarship Fund of
which Mrs. George Chertkof Is
chairman, assisted by Harold Turk
and Paul Barnett, which enables
the organization to send one stu
dent to college each year and plans
for the future to increase the num-
ber 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 ad-
vance.

FRATERNITY ELECTS *
OFFICERS
The Sigma Phi fraternity held
their semi-annual election of offi-
cers recently when Bernard Stfkin
was elected president; Martin
Greenberg, vice-president; Ray-
mond Cowen, secretary and Aaron
Goldstein, treasurer. At the regu-
lar meeting held Wednesday even-
ing the fraternity completed plans
for a hayride. and a series of
break dances, details of which will
be announced at a later date.
TO HOLD
MEETING
The Miami Chapter of Hadassah
will hold their regular monthly
meeting Monday afternoon, March
13th at 2:00 o'clock at the Alcazar
Hotel- Dr. Philip Rezik from Vi-
enna will be the guest speaker and
his subject will be "The Hadassah
Rothschild University Hospital on
Mount Scopus. Palestine" Also.
included on the program will be a
Purim tableau presented by Mrs.
Sidney Weintraub and a report on
the recent regional conference by-
Mrs. Frieda Lutsky. Members and
beginners friends are cordially invited to at-
in Hebrew tend.


r AGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 10. 1939

CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi-
Office Phone 2-1473
THIRD AVENUE
- 497 Southwest 18th Road
Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR
THE YEAR
Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and
5:30 p. m.
Sabbath? Services Saturday
morning M 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
Services will be conducted at
Beth David Synagogue Friday ev-
ening at 8:00 o'clock by Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Louis Hayman
assisted by the, Beth David choir
will chant the prayers. Yehudith
Simchonit, well known Palestine
pioneer, will be the guest speaker.
Mrs. Simchonit has been engaged
primarily with the advancement of
the cultural life of Palestinians
She has aided greatly in the reseV
tlement of German refugees and
has been in charge of youth train-
ing orojects for immigrants from
Germany ami Austria. Yehudith
Simchonit will speak in Yiddish on
the subject: "Colonization Work in
Palestine."
SABBATH SERVICES
Adult services will begin Satur-
day morning at 8:30 and Junior
services at 10:30. We are hapoy
to note the remarkable increase ip
Close to 100 children particinated
with Howard Schwartz. Harold
the attendance Saturday mornine.
Shapiro. Stanley Hayman and Al-
bert Eskenzai officiating.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Close to 250 children and many
parents witnessed the Purim Mar-
ionette show given" by the Federal
players. The enthusiasm display-
ed indicated the truths ascertain-
ed by the children from the per-
formance- This coming Sunday
mornine at 11:30 Miss Miriam
Weintraub and her class
will present a program based on
"Post Purim Thoughts" We ure-e
the parents not to become delin-
ouent but continue to send theis
children to the Hebrew classes.
The termination of the winter
term will take place with "Shah-
bos Ha Godol" and we desire the
students to be prepared to enter
the Soring term about the middle
f April. Remember: "The atten-
dance at Hebrew studies has pre-
edence over everything"
MAZEL TOV
We extend greetings and con-
gratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Al
Chisling and Mr. and Mrs. August
at the birth of their respective
daughters- May both children
grow up "Li Chupa Uli Maasiv
Tovim"
UNVEILING
The unveiling services of the
monument to the memory of Pau-
line T. Scheinberg will take place
this Sunday afternoon at 2:00 p.
m.. at the Woodlawn cemetery
The service will start promptly at
2:00 o'clock. "May the sou! of
Pauline Scheinberg repose in
peace."
JACKSONVILLE tt
K NEWS J
The Daughters of Israel held a
meeting last Thursday in the au-
ditorium of the Jacksonville Jew-
ish Center to conduct the regular
monthly business. Mrs- B- Chep-
er.'ick was in the chair. Following
the regular business, committee
UNIQUE CEREMONY
Remember the date! Sunday ev-
ening, March 19th at 8:15 at the
3eth David Synagogue, a mock
unique ceremony will take place
he "Burning of the Congregation s
is being arranged. Be sure and
read carefully next week's supp'e-
Mortgage" An elaborate program
ment of The Jewish Floridian. Re-
member: March 19th-
reports were heard. It was an-
nounced that the girl scout troop
is functioning under the leadership
of Mrs. N. V. Gross- It was an-
nounced that the Talmud Torah
(Hebrew school) will benefit from
the sale of tickets for the operet-
ta, "The Wedding." which will be
presented on March 12th in the
Scottish Rite Temple. The Daugh
ters of Israel will assist in the
sale of tickets. Following the
business meeting the assemblage
heard Mrs Louis Moscovitz read a
story of Sholem Alachem. A so
cial hour followed with Mrs. S.
Datz and Mrs- B. Yoffee as hos-
tesses.
On Sunday afternoon, March 19.
at 2:00 o'clock services for the Ml-
veiling of a monument in memory
of Sarah Afremnw will take pi ic
at the city cemetery. The three.
local beneficiary organizations of
her legacy, Beth David. Beth Jac
ob and the Jewish Welfare Bureen,
will participate in the services.
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& Jewish flonJian i% rOLUME 12. —NO. 10. COMING The jQwiislh HJmulty /# I IN.V.ALLSTAR ENEFIT SI0W TO IE HELB SUNDAY Irene Bordoni, Harry Richman, ntertainment from the Demnseylanderbilt Hotel and Royal Palm llub. and dance music by Mannie lates and his orchestra will hoad|ne the All-Star Benefit Show of Jewish War Veterans Sunday |l(rht at Biscayne Fronton. J. Wilim Baros. President of the JowIh War Veterans Convention Burau announced. Many Othw entertainers from [>tels and nightluhs throughout h Miami 8i*a will round out the roc-ram. This will include hand k'ancing, rhumbas. sinning, aerojHrs. ballroom, tan and interpre,e dances arrd rope acts. I The Harvey Seeds Post former >r'd's champion drnm and bugle Iros will stage exhibition musical pi's and the Junior drum and kgle corps, attired smartly in % w blue and white uniforms, of |e J. W. V. Freda Markowitz will nlay patriotic selections. | Part of the evening's entortain!'nt will be a bingo game and (niinc to the music of Mannie >tes and his orchestra will he en"d. Funds raised from the sale of Vets will be used to defrav exses of the 44th animal National Invention of the Jewish War Vetns to be held in Miami August h through September 3rd incluMIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS REBEL LEADER DENOUNCES JEWS Burgos, (WNS)—General Francisco Franco, leader of the Span ish rebellion, denounced Jews, according to dispatches published here. In a victory speech to a crowd in Burgos, the insurgent generalissimmo said, "While musiis heard and our flag is raised there are wandering throughout the world the damned such as the eternal Jew whom nobody wants because they are a Communist horde." HONOR MEMORY OF MOSES GASTER Bucharest (WNS)—The Rumanian Academy scheduled a mmorial meeting in honor of Dr. Moses Oaster, noted Jewish scholar and native of Rumania, who died in Fngland last week. Dr. Oaster had nresented to the academv mart us-ripts of the unpublished works of Michael Eminescu. Rumanian writer. Memorial services were held in a number of synagogues throughout Rumania, nraising Dr. Caster's devotion to Rumania and his invaluable scientific contributions to the cause of Rumanian letters. Regional Conference To Meet On Sunday "e transportation from Miami SCO to the All-Star Show at the lonton Sunday night was anllinced by H H. Farr. chairman 'he transnortation committee • ho performanceBuses of the %  ami B"pch Railway will leave m ^nrr Ten-s. r <27 Col'ins AveMiami Beach, for t^e Fron%  t fifteen minute intervals *ti"g Sunday evening at 7:30 rk. tarry Makowit, ti ket chairin. renorted a brisk ad'">nce sale 'i'L-ots. Booths have been inll'ed in the Red Cross Drug De V'mont Sto-e. Fast Flagler St.; imi Rue Company. 100 South mi Avenue; Palmer's Shoe -e. 30. N. K. 1st Street: Marko|z and Resnick. 1220 Biscayne l-'evard and at Farr Tours. 527 Pins Avenue and 7(10 WashingAvenue. Miami Beach, arrv Wald. Past Commander the Washington Heights, N. Y., Jewish War Veterans, comlented a gathering of All-Star Committees Monday night Jits efforts to make the coming r'vention the best ever held and of plans for a motorcade of cars which will leave New with 1500 veterans next Aufor the Convention in Miami. He Outpost drum and bugle of Freda Markowitz Post continue its efforts to stimuinterest in the All-Star Show ight by playing at the hotels on Imi Beach which the past week toured the hotels and syrrajes of Greater Miami and is [by Captain Barney H. Kraft Lieutenant Harry Schulman Maurice Samuel, noted author •-nd lecturer, will address the Sunday evening dinner meeting of the Southern Regional Conference •>f the Co-moil of Jewish Federations anil Welfare Funds, meeting in Memnhis, Tennessee, on Mar-h '1th and 12th. announced Mrs. N'euton Stern. Memnhis. chairman of the nrogram committee. Mr Samuel will discuss the community's relationship to the United Jewish Apneal for Refugees and Overseas Needs, which represents the combined efforts of the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Anpeal and the N'ational Coordinating Committee Fund. Inc., to deal with the threefold task of relief and reconstruction in Europe, immigration and resettlement in Palestine and refugee adjustment in the United States. Dr. Louis Binstock. rabbi of Temnle Sholem. Chicago, and a brilliant lecturer, will speak at the opening session of the conference on the subject: "Organizing the Jewish Group for Effective Community Action." Southern aspects of this problem, with reference to the present status of community organization in the South and possibilities for future development, vi'l be discussed bv Edward M. Kahn, Regional Executive Secretary and Executive Director of the Federation for Jewish Social Service, Atlanta. A discussion of refugee activity in the South will occupy the Sunday morning session of the conference. Miss Cecilia Razovsky, Executive Director of the National Coordinating Committee for Aid to Strictly Confidential OVERSEAS FLASHES Now that Cardinal Pacelli, former Papal Secretary of State, has been elected as the next Pontiff— —We feel it timely to remind vou that months before the last Pore died Hitler announced that he definitely does not want Pacelli to be the next Pope. The medieval Jewish physician Nortradamus by the way, in his prophesy de -tared that the Pone for whose position Pacelli has been chosen will be so marvelous a leader that he will become known as the "Angelic Shenherd" Proceeding from th? sublime to the tragic-comic want to tell you of a certain famous German comedian who recently appeared on a Berlin stage made up as the ex Kaiser. The audience almost fell out of the seats annlauding Cracked the "omedian: "Don't you wish he %  p ally were here tonight?" Not result: Six Months in the concentration camp. LONDON ECHOES Rieht now is one time we're "orry we were right when we told vou some time ago. that the London conference would call for'h Zion : st protest meetings. Tt is rumored that Chamberlain. England's appeasement Prime Minister, doesn't like to meet Dr. Weizmann. The Zionist leader, says Neville, speaks ton cnn-ineingly. Malcolm MacDonald. British Colonial Minister, who has taken so epti-Ziorist an attitude at the Tendon Conference, used to be a fre"uen visitor at Zionist headquarters in London in his early youth. • • Veizmann calls him by his first name. Orchids to Judge Julian Mack. who. though quite ill. : s spending all his free time as la:w man ondnn is developing unfavorably towards the Jews. r reat Britain in her dilema may sacrifice the Jews to the more numerous Arabs n-i M'n's •er Chamberlain at 10 Downing Street, London. Ac-ording to Mr. S'monhoff's statement, about twenty cableTrams were sent. THIS AND THAT Paging Samuel Untermyer: Some lawyers claim that the law -ompellir.g importers to mark merehandise with the name of the country of origin and forbidding the removal of that legend is un-onstitutional. The reason why that Pathe newsreel shot of the German-American Bund meeting at Madison Square Garden was Refugees, will address the gatherwithdrawn from circulation was ing on "The National Refugee (Continued on Page Seven) not protest by anti-Nazis. (Continued on Page Three) Refugees Continue Se^rc 1 Fcr Haven Vienna. (WNS) —Considerable resentment has been aroused, even in non-Jewish circles here of the CPieli hardship imposed on Jews, who. after they have paid all their taves and received police permits to leave the country are unable to go because they can find no country of refuge willing to accept them. After a wait of six weeks they are arrested and sent to the concentration camp at Dachau as punishment for remaining after promising to leave. It is believed that some "center of refuge" will be rfctablished where Jews could remain indefinitely pending authorization to enter a colonizing country, particularly i n cases where the Jews have means to support themselves. that the official Jewish delegation should not be dissolved just yet as expected, pending further inquiries from the Government, The Modus Vivendi, however, is to be changed; instead of employipg the conference method, the questions are to he submitted to the Govornment in writing. The Jewish leaders emphasized, however, that not too much should be expected from the new developments The situation is fundamentally unchanged, they declared, and the negative attitude of the Jewish delegation remains unaltered. Though the Jewish delegation has not been officially dissolved, individual members of it are gradually leaving London for their homes. Mr. Liosky Ins already left I-ondnn; Dr. Stephen S. Wise Was the first of the Americans to leave. British public opinion is overwhelmingly in favor of the establishment of a Jewish National Home in Palestine it was revealed when the News Chronicle. London daily, published the result of a survey by the R<-itish Institute of Public Opinion, founded in 1936 by George Horace Gallup, whose polls on timely subjects in America have thus far always been found amazing'y accurate. Asked whether they believed it desirable for Great Britain to con'inue its policy of settling Jews in Palestine, sixty percent of the Britishers who answered did so in the affirmative. Only fourteen per cent gave a negative reply; the remaining twenty-six percent declared that they had formed no definite opinion. Steinhardt Is Named Ambassador To U. S. Washington, (WNS)—Laurence \Steinhardt. Ambassador to Peru, has been named Ambassador to the U. SS. R., according to an announcement by the State Department. Mr Steinhardt, who is 46, was formerly Minister to Sweden, and before his entry into diplomatic service in 1933, he was a lawyer and economist, serving some time in the Army.



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MARCH 10. 1939 MARRIAGE TO TAKE PLACE The marriage of Miss Shirley Rosenthal. daughter of Mrand Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal. to Morris Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Harris, of Pittsburgh, Pa., will lake place on Sunday afternoon, March 12th at 3:00 o'clock at the borne of the bride's uncle and aimt, 2119 SW. 16th Terrace. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will officiate. After a honeymoon trip the couple will reside in PittsburghFUTURITY STAKE BEING HELD The rich $2,000 Futurity Stake, one of the outstanding greyhound racing stake events in the country is now under way at West Flagler Kennel Club. This event is for two-year-old greyhounds whelped on arrd after January 1. 1937. Some of the greatest racing dogs in the country are now competing in the event. Rural Rube, which won the Nurs e r y championship at Revere Beach. Mass., during the summer, and defeated everything on 1 the Revere track, has been installed favorite to capture the 1939 Flagler Futurity classic. Rural Rube is now racing at his top form. He looms as the outstanding greyhound of the year at West Flagler! track. Rural Rube is owned by Bud Carroll and is a son of that great champion, My Laddie, which last Saturday night was on parade and exhibition at the West Flagler In addition to Rural Rube, some of the other better dogs competing in the event are Rocky Knob, Eye Witness, Court Witness. Lucky Sir, Lucky Crier, West Flagler, that famed Pacific Coast champion; Bonnie Louise, which won the Futurity Stake at Revere Beach this past summer, and many others. NEW ARRIVALS AT HOTEL EVANS Late arrivals from New York spending their vacation at Hotel Evans are: Mrs. F. E. Cohen, Brooklyn; Miss Evelyn Levine, Brooklyn; Mr. Harry Kopp, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Plunkett, New Rochelle; Dr. and Mrs. D. Spielman, Mr. Harry Shoenfeld, Bronx; Sam Lipschutz, Richmond Hill. M. N. Lipschutz. Jamaica, L. I.; Mr. S W. Lawton. Bronx; Mr. and Mrs. David Resnek, Chelsea, Mass.; Mr. Philip Dribin, Mr Ben Fireman. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Netzky, Philadelphia, Pa. • • MOVE TO NEW RESIDENCE Mr. and Mrs. Louis S-hoenburg of Chicago, announce that they have moved to their new home at 2528 S. W. 10th Street. Miami, where they will be pleaded to greet their friends • • • TO HOLD ANNUAL CONCERT The eighth annual concert under the direction of Abraham Bramson will be held Sunday evening. March 12th at 8:30 o'clock at the Beth David auditorium, 13' N. W. 3rd Avenue. An unusual program of entertainment will be presented and tickets may be obtained at the auditorium. Admission charged will be fifty cents and one dollarThe public is invited to attend. GIRL SCOUTS MEET At the last meeting of the Girl Scout Troop No. 10, the rag doll project was completed and the dolls will be delivered to the Orphan Home in KendallWorking on the Book Finder Badge with Captain Silverman are the girls who have finished second class while the others girls are completing second class work with Lieutenant Breskin. The Girl Scouts annual cookie sale will begin on March 13th. • • TO HOLD MEETING Beth David Sisterhood will hold their regular meeting Wednesday afternoon, March 15th, at 2:30 p m.. at the Beth David Talmud Torah with the board meeting preceding at 1:30 p. m. All members and friends are urged to attend. A social hour will follow. • • • TO ATTEND CONFERENCE Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executive secretary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, and Mrs. Selma Basker. immigration chairman of the National Council of Jewish Women, will leave the city to attend the Southern Regional Conference of Federation and Welfare Fun}s to be held March 11th and 12th in Memphis, Tenn. They will return to Miami next week. • • HOTEL EVANS HOLDS AFFAIRS Hotel Evans announces at this time that they have engaged the services of a well-known cantor and choir who will conduct the traditional service for the Passover Holidays, and suggest that early reservations be made so that they can accommodate their manySunday evening. March 19th, the Junior B'nai B'rith will hold its dinner and entertainment in the garden dad patio of Hotel Evans Many stirs of both stage and ) scree i will be presented. The pub, lie is .ivited to be present. REGULAR FORUM TO BE HELD The regular forum sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women will be held Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the Evans Hotel, Miami Beach The guest speakers of the afternoon will be Judge Max M. Korshak of Chicago, who recently returned from a four month's trip abroad, and whose subject will be "I Visited Germany. Poland and Palestine"; and Fred Plant of New York, who will speak on "A Y.mng Man Looks at Tomorrow." The program will also include several selections by Miss Lotte Kraus, Vie nnese singer, who will be accom panied by Miss Taia Sommers pianist. Mrs. I. MWeinstein wil' continue the study course, this week's topic being "OutstandinR American Views of the Last Half o. r the 19th Century." Group discussion will follow. The public is invited to attendRussian Turkish Steam Baths Soapirig. RubbingMassaqinQ Hot Ocean Tub Baths ATLANTIC OCEAN BATHS n. BERKOW. Prop. MILLION DOLLAR PIER MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA Examples of fruit and veg^.-tble products native to farflung places in the whole world, but all of en successfuly grown in Mian:',i, tropical back country, are • j play every afternoon and e %  I of this week and next at thi annual Miami Tropical Fair. N W 7th Street and Tenth Aver.: ar j the heart of the city. The event, which is the f .| ner of a civic enterprise : lish a yearly pageant on scale to show winter visitors a nc| residents alike the agri livestock and other resources o{ this vicinity is being eondu a non-profit incorporated I ., tion of Miamians whose ol is to present visual evide: ofl the numerous products grov • j within easy access to the public. FOR RENT Beautiful Single or D Rooms in New Home. J FamilyReasonable R: PHONE 3-1815 -r. I| 11 I 11 11 11 HARRY RICHMAN & IRENE BORDONI %  +* at" %  %  Jewish War Veterans Monster All-Star Show! SUNDAY NIGHT, 8:30 O'CLOCK — at — Biscayne (Hi-Li) Fronton N. W. 36th Street and 35th Avenue (Benefit J. W. V. National Convention Fund) Mannie Gates and His Orchestra Dempsey-Vanderbilt Floor Show with Vaughan Munroe and His Orchestra Royal Palm Club Entertainment Drum and Bugle Corps, Harvey Seeds Post, American Legion J. W. V. Boys* and Girls' Drum and Bugle Corps, Freda Markowitz Post AND A GALAXY OF OTHER STARS! %  Dancing and Sparkling Entertainment ALL THIS WEEK & NEXT; MIAMI TROPICAL FAIR \\ W. 7th St. and 10th •• e. PRIZE AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITS PUN AtSrttan lUS ******* / n Person Florida Power j Refunds j BOUGHT FOR CASH PHONE MR. ELY, 3-5080 842 duPONT BLDG. WE ARE THE O NL Y exclusively JEWISH FUNERAL HOME IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA Phon e 3*34 31 GREATER MIA' JEWISH FUNERAL HOr 710 S. W. 12th Avenue WATCH This Space mm



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r AGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN FRIDAY, MARCH 10. 1939 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST MAX SHAPIRO, RabbiOffice Phone 2-1473 THIRD AVENUE 497 Southwest 18th Road Home Phone 2-2176 PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and 5:30 p. m. Sabbath? Services — Saturday morning M 8:30. Junior Congregation ServicesSaturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—3:15 to 6:15 p. m. Sunday School—Sunday at 10:00 o'clock. Bar Mitzvah Group—Sunday at 9:00 o'clock. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES Services will be conducted at Beth David Synagogue Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Louis Hayman assisted by the, Beth David choir will chant the prayers. Yehudith Simchonit, well known Palestine pioneer, will be the guest speaker. Mrs. Simchonit has been engaged primarily with the advancement of the cultural life of Palestinians She has aided greatly in the reseV tlement of German refugees and has been in charge of youth training orojects for immigrants from Germany ami Austria. Yehudith Simchonit will speak in Yiddish on the subject: "Colonization Work in Palestine." SABBATH SERVICES Adult services will begin Saturday morning at 8:30 and Junior services at 10:30. We are hapoy to note the remarkable increase ip Close to 100 children particinated with Howard Schwartz. Harold the attendance Saturday mornine. Shapiro. Stanley Hayman and Albert Eskenzai officiating. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Close to 250 children and many parents witnessed the Purim Marionette show given" by the Federal players. The enthusiasm displayed indicated the truths ascertained by the children from the performanceThis coming Sunday mornine at 11:30 Miss Miriam Weintraub and her class will present a program based on "Post Purim Thoughts" We ure-e the parents not to become delinouent but continue to send theis children to the Hebrew classes. The termination of the winter term will take place with "Shahbos Ha Godol" and we desire the students to be prepared to enter the Soring term about the middle f April. Remember: "The attendance at Hebrew studies has preedence over everything" MAZEL TOV We extend greetings and congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Al Chisling and Mr. and Mrs. August at the birth of their respective daughtersMay both children grow up "Li Chupa Uli Maasiv Tovim" UNVEILING The unveiling services of the monument to the memory of Pauline T. Scheinberg will take place this Sunday afternoon at 2:00 p. m.. at the Woodlawn cemetery The service will start promptly at 2:00 o'clock. "May the sou! of Pauline Scheinberg repose in peace." JACKSONVILLE tt K NEWS J The Daughters of Israel held a meeting last Thursday in the auditorium of the Jacksonville Jewish Center to conduct the regular monthly business. MrsBCheper.'ick was in the chair. Following the regular business, committee UNIQUE CEREMONY Remember the date! Sunday evening, March 19th at 8:15 at the 3eth David Synagogue, a mock unique ceremony will take place — he "Burning of the Congregation s is being arranged. Be sure and read carefully next week's supp'eMortgage" An elaborate program ment of The Jewish Floridian. Remember: March 19threports were heard. It was announced that the girl scout troop is functioning under the leadership of Mrs. N. V. GrossIt was announced that the Talmud Torah (Hebrew school) will benefit from the sale of tickets for the operetta, "The Wedding." which will be presented on March 12th in the Scottish Rite Temple. The Daugh ters of Israel will assist in the sale of tickets. Following the business meeting the assemblage heard Mrs Louis Moscovitz read a story of Sholem Alachem. A so cial hour followed with Mrs. S. Datz and MrsB. Yoffee as hostesses. On Sunday afternoon, March 19. at 2:00 o'clock services for the Mlveiling of a monument in memory of Sarah Afremnw will take pi ic at the city cemetery. The three. local beneficiary organizations of her legacy, Beth David. Beth Jac ob and the Jewish Welfare Bureen, will participate in the services. | ****** OF %  Heinz %  ntee &*w*?2^ 50 our Pla nt Coy A9 ^*l£hY 'eu *icij larly. W w* asssr* -.to* &* b k C0 W %  <5 Jj/t* ^•5>s> 4* •ft*e M£ SP eg&s* 5 i&+*+. Ready to serve! Just heat and eat! Approved by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. %  j#fe^ FOODS The Senior Hadassah Chapter held its annual linen shower in conjunction with the regular monthly meeting last Wednesdsfl afternoon in the Jewish Cer Mrand Mrs. Ernest Pilton aJ nounce the birth of a da Margo Ilyne, on Saturday, FebrJ ary 25thin St. Vincent's H Mrs. Pilton was formerly MiJ Harriet KantorPupils of the Jacksonville | .. Center Sunday School and bers of the four Young J_deaa| Groups and Troop 14 Boy SooutiT held their annual Purim Csnrifal last Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. David P. announce the birth of a da Barbara Ann, on Saturday. FebnjJ ary 26th, in St. Vincent's H ipitaj Mrs Rothstein was formerly M:s>| Mildred Rose. SPRING MEETING NOW OPEN MIAMI'S FRIENDLY RACECOURSE WHY NOT TURN OVER THE h JOB OF SWEEPING AND STOOPING during cleaning lo our electric service? In a vacuum cleaner, it will clean ar. entire six to eight room house for only a penny! Ironing may be another (ob that "breaks your back". Let our electric service do the work with an electric ironer—hall a dozen bedsheets. for instance, lor a single cent The men and women in this company are always on the job. backing up our electric service making sure it will perierm—dependably! THE COST IS LESS NOW1 We are ottering electric service lor "hue" cheaper now than ever beiore. but the men and women u this company can always be depended on to maintain the ame high standard al promptness and efficiency. Ti E.J., tar EWetrk Service Her, Stt the MM, Barxiin ta imam %  n at YMT Eleetriol Outer. FLORIDA POWER i LIGHT COMPANY ELECTRIC SERVICE-Always CHEAP, now CHEAPER still!


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