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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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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*Jemsti Floridiai in
CotmwHG The Jhewiislh HJnity
VOLUME 12.NO. 12.
MIAMI, FLORIDA.
FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1939
PRICE FIVE CENTS
BRITISH GOVERNMENT TO DELHI
ANNOUNCEMENT OF PALESTINE POLICY
London, (WNS Palcor Agency)
The recent events in Central Eu-
.pe have so completely changed
j picture of the international
I- tuation that the British Govern-
lent now feels it advisable to do
iy final formulation of its new
olicy for Palestine, it was an-
uiinced. The Government's origi-
: ] intention had been to announce
- policy in the House of Com-
ma this week; but the compli-
|i itiona created by the loosing upon
ternational scene of hun-
dreds of thousands of new refu-
ses from Nazi barbarism have
itated renewed consideration
i f the various points involved,
particularly that of immigration.
is now considered probably that
it- Government will delay an-
iiuncement of its policy until af-
r Easter.
A communication addressed by
k>. Weizmann to Colonial Secre-
ary Malcolm Mac-Donald as Chair-
nan of the Conference on Pales-
line stated:
"The Jewish delegation- having
farefully considered the proposals
nmmunicated t0 it by the British
orernment, regrets that it is un-
kble to accept them as a basis for
Agreement and has accordingly
Decided to be dissolved."
1-ondon, (WNS Palcor Agency)
The ultimate objective of the
ritish Government proposals for
solution of the' Palestine prob-
lem, as made public to the Arab
and Jewish delegations, will he an
Independent State of Palestine.
neither Arab nor Jewish but pos-
sibly Federal The British plan in-
volves a minority status for the
lews of Palestine and restriction
rf Jewish immigration anil bind
Palis t0 Jews. A provision of the
'an is that the Jewish National
Home is to be safeguarded. The
fndependent State is to be preced-
d by a transitional period which
has not been fixed exactly, but
which the Government hopes will
In' ten years, if Jewish cooperation
an b.. secured in that time. Great
Britain plans not to relinquish her
aponsibility for Palestine unless
fitch cooperation is achieved.
Meanwhile, as soon as order has
een restored in Palestine. Jewish
Imd Arab representatives are to
he added to both the Advisory and
Ihe Executive Councils; and these
|*ep>-esentatives are to be named
y the Government acording to the
espective proportions of the Jew-
ph and Arab populations. The
overnment expresses the hope
, at after two years these repre-
^ntatives will be elected by the
tizens of Palestine themselves,
he High Commissioner, according
the proposals, will have special
krers for prohibiting and regu-
]ting the zones for purchase of
Jid by the Jews.
|ln general the substance of the
oposals is as foreshadowed. Jew-
immigration into Palestine is
[be limited to 75.000 during the
i five years, and thereafter
^ther immigration is to depend
^B the acquiescence of the Arabs.
Specifically, the plan provides
for 10,000 immigrants annually
during the next five years, with
an additional 25,000 refugees to
be allowed to enter at any time
provided they can be easily ab-
sorbed. Special measures design
ed to stop illegal immigration are
to be adopted.
After hearing the proposals both
the Jewish and the Arab delega
tions indicated that they would in
all likelihood reject them. For the
Arabs, the fact that the indepeiv
dent Arab State that they have
demanded is not to materialize is
in itself sufficient cause for re-
jection. In addition, they have re-
peatedly insisted that all Jewish
immigration and all sales of land
to Jews must be prohibited, and
they are not inclined to be satis-
fied with the restrictions that have
been placed on the activities- For
the Jews, the most evil feature of
the Government plan is that the
Jewish population will not have
any possibility of exceeding one
third of the entire population of
Palestine, and that it will thus
constitute a permanent minority.
Th>' arbitrary restriction of immi-
gration, instead of its regulation
on the absorptive capacity of the
country, and the necessary minor-
ity status indicated for them on
the representative councils are the
two basic points for opposition.
The Government position is that
the new proposals contain distinct
concessions to both the Jewish and
*he Arab representatives' The
Government remains firm in its in-
tention announced a week ago that
if even in the light of such conies
sions no agreement can be reached
by the delegates of the two sec-
tions of Palestine's population, the
Government will thereupon impose
its own policy without then neces-
sarily granting the new conces-
sions, which it is offering only in
the hope of arriving at a solution
agreed to by ho*h sides.
FLORIDIANS TO
PARTICIPATE IN
LAYMENS TOUR
Announcement of prominent
Floridians as members of a Nation
al "Committee of One Hundred"
to participate in the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations'
Tour of more than 300 cities in
the United States and Canada has
just been made. The Tour, April
5th to May 21th, will begin early
in April in San Francisco.
Members of the National Com-
mittee from Florida who will ask
for increased personal service to
Democracy and Judaism are:
Jacksonville: Alexander Brest
Joseph M. Gli kstein- Mrs. Leonard
Grunthal and Mrs. Israel Kaplan.
Miami: Isaac Levin and Mrs
Milton P Travers.
Pensacola: Max L. Bear. Mont-
rose Edrehi and Mrs. Miriam F.
Frank.
Tampa: Sol Jacobs. Ernest
Maas and Mrs. Daniel Ra-helson.
West Palm Beach: Jack Fein
and Mrs Carl N. Herman.
Tour meeting' in Florida wil'
take place in Jacksonville, Miami
Pensacola. Tampa and West Palm
Beach.
A. Z. A. Observes
National Sabbath
Rabbis and Presidents
Will Conven
i
The annual \. Z. A.. Junior Or-
der of B'nai B'rith. Sabbath held
the last Friday of every March
throughout the United States and
Canada, will be celebrated locally
at the Beth David Synagogue this
Friday evening at 8:16 p. m with
members of the organization par
ticipating. Teddy Plant will pica,'
the sermon on "The Bright Sid*
of Life." Other A. Z A. member--
who will take part arc: Oscar Rap
paport, Murry Dacks, Howard
Schwartz, Aaron Goldstein, Mar
Tendrich- Louis Aronovitz, Danny
Richter, Al Kasanof, Frank Davis
Irving Ginsburg. Rabbis Max-
Shapiro and Abraham A- Kellner
will address the audience. All
members and friends are invited.
\
ORLANDO IS HOST TO ^
REFUGEE CONFERENCE
With one hundred and seventy
delegates present, the Florida state
meeting of the Resettlement Di-
vision of the National Coordinat-
ing Committee, Inc., was held Sun-
day, March 19th in the lounge
room of the San Juan Hotel in Or-
lando. Florida.
The morning session was open
ed by Rabbi Morris A. Skop who
gave the invocation followed by a
brief address by Alexander Brest.
Florida State chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, of Jackson-
ville; who then introduced Ernest
Mass of Tampa who presided dur
ing the morning session, and gave
a resume of the importance of the
Refugee situation and problems.
Mr. Arthur Adams. Southern rep-
resentative of the U. J. A spoke
on the Refugees and Overseas
Needs, after which Harold S. Cohn
managing editor of the Jackson-
ville Journal, gave a brilliant and
stirring address on the "Respon-
sibilities of American Jewry to
the Refugees." Mr. Alexander
Brest was host at a buffet lunch
eon for the delegates.
Mr. Baron de Hirsch Meyer Of
Miami, opened and presided at tb.
afternoon session. He Introduced
Dr. Samuel C Kohs, field directo'
Resettlement Div-NC who gave
a complete, detailed and compre
herisive picture of the refugees Ir
the United States. After Dr
Koh's talk, a discussion period fol-
lowed- after which plans for refu-
gee settlement were presented.
The Resolutions Committee pre-
sented their report which was un-
animously adopted and referred
to the seven regional districts that
were formed in the State of Flor-
ida. Mr. Alexander Brest was
named chairman of the Executive
Committee. A comnlete list of the
members of the Executive Com-
mittee together with the Reeiona'
Chairmen and their committees
will be announced in next week's
issue-
For the first time in the history
of the State of Florida, all of the
Rabbis serving congregations, and
Presidents of Jewish congregations
sessions on Sunday, Monday and
session on Sunday. Monday and
Tuesday, March 2dth through
March 28th, 1989. called for the
nirpose of emphasizing the prim-
icy of religion and democracy in
lewish life, and for the purpose
if translation of Jewish ideals
nto the lives of adherents, through
he unified efforts of Rabbis and
ay leaders in the State.
The Rabbis and lay lead
rs will hold separate sessions for
specific planning and will climax
their convention by a joint public
meeting on Monday evening.
Mali h 27th, when a representative
if the Rabbinical group, and a rep-
resentative of the officers of con-
gregations will present the results
ind the resolutions formulated at
'heir meetings. This public meet
ing will he held at the Miami Jew
\h Orthodox Congregation. 154"
Southwest Third Street, Miami, or
March 27th at 8:00 p. m.
The program for the conventior
follows:
Sunday evening, March 26th at
8:00 p. m., at the Clay Hotel. Mi
ami Beach, a reception for Rabbis.
Presidents and their wives will be
tendered by the local spiritual and
'ay leaders.
Monday morning at 10:00 a. m..
separate sessions of Rabbis and
Presidents, at the Beth Jacob Con-
gregation. Miami Beach.
Monday afternoon, joint sessions
if Presidents and Rabbis.
Monday evening. March -7th at
8:00 p. m public mass meeting at
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion, 1545 Southwest Third Street.
The public is cordially invited to
attend this meeting.
Tuesday morning, March 28th,
address by Dr. George A. Barton,
world famous archeologist, and
former director of the American
School of Oriental Research, at
Temple Israel, 137 Northeast 19th
Street.
The Rabbis of the State who will
attend the convention are: Rabbi
Manuel Greenstein, Rabbi Sidney
M. Bogner, Rabbi M. Friedman,
Rabbi M- D. Eichom, Rabbi Adolph
Burger. Rabbi Carl N. Herman,
Rabbi H. G Horowitz. Rabbi Pizer
Jacobs. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Israel Kaplan. Rabbi Abra-
ham A. Kellner, Rabbi A. S. Klein-
feldi Rabbi Morris D- Margolis,
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi
Max Shapiro. Rabbi Morris A.
Skop, Rabbi David I,. Zielonka,
Rabbi P. Zissman and Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman.
Receptions, sightseeing tours
and luncheons have also been plan-
ned by the Miami convention com-
mittees.
Mr. Isaac I-evin, Mr. M. J. Kop-
elowitz. Mr. M- B. Frank and Mr.
H. M. Drevich are the presidents
of Miami's congregations, and wilT
serve as the board of arrange-
ments, together with the Rabbis
of Greater Miami.
Mrs. M P. Travers, Mrs. Harry
Oliphant. Mrs. B. H. London and
Mrs. Ida Ruckstein. presidents of
the Sisterhoods in Greater Miami,
will serve together with Mrs. J.
H. Kaplan. Mrs. M Shapiro. Mrs.
Moses Mescheloff and Mrs. A. A-
Kellner as the entertainment com-
mittee for visiting delegates.
BRITAIN TO AID Federation Issues
CZECH REFUGEES. Welfare Funds
London, (WNS) The British
Government is consulting with oth
er governments on the new refu-
gee problem created by German o
'upation of Bohemia and Moravia
ind will do "whatever they can
to mitigate the consequences of
recent events." Foreign Secretary
Viscount Halifax said ir; a state-
ment to the House of Commons.
Tn recent weeks, according to the
Foreign Secretary, migration of
refugees had been proceeding
smoothly. "Some hundreds of
refugees received permission to
enter Czechoslovakia before Ger-
man occupation," he continued.
"Urgent instructions were sent to
His Majesty's Minister in Prague
to do his best to expediate thejs
sue of permits and acelerate the
departure of persons on the British
list. We instructed His Majesty's
Ambassador in Berlin to make
urgent representations direct to
Germany and ask them to put nc
obstacle in the way of denarturc
of the refugees on that list."
Prague dispat-hes continued to
report numerous Jewish suicides
The Prague police department,
however, in a statement for the
now Nazified Czech Oficial News
Mr Stanley ('. Myers, preside*!
of the Greater Miami Federation
of Jewish Welfare Funds. an
nounces that the second mailing
of cheeks are being sent out
bringing the total payments to
date of fifty percent of the allo-
cations to each agency.
Agency, sought to rebute foreign
newspaper reports of many arrests
and suicides since the German oc-
cupation declared Prague's suicide
rate was no higher than normal
and gave comparatively moderate
figures for arrests. It denied thai
any concentration camp had been
set up in Bohemia or Moravia.
These statements are difficult to
weigh because they are apparently
confined to arrests made by the
Prague police and gendarmerie
and do not include those made by
ihe political police- A wide field
of political offense lies outside the
pale of Prague police jurisdiction.
Persecution of Jews in Slovakia,
Nazi protectorate, was reported
widespread. Jews in the town of
Bardejou were collectively fined
$10500 for alleged offenses.


PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 9.1
HADASSAH
FEATURES SKIT
Prcser.'tation of an original skit
featured the program at the Ju-
nior Hadussah meeting last Mon-
day with th% cast including mem-
bers of the Fireside Group of the
organization, the purpose of which
is to stress cultural activities.
They depicted several humorous
scenes with various members of
the organization as subjects, and
was concluded by the deline.it ion
of the five projects which are
maintained by Juivior Hadassah-
Mrs. Irwin Krick, cultural chair-
man of the club, was in eharjre of
the program for the evening. Mrs.
William Berson, political chairman,
gave a resume of current topics.
Mrs. Edward Roth, membership
chairman, reported that only eigh-
teen additional members ar.- le-
quired in order t0 fill the quota
of 100 as set for the Miami unit
by National headquarters.
Miss Hanna Mack has been nam-
ed general chairman of the Don-
or's Dinner on Sunday evening,
April 2rd, and presented prel:mi-
nary plans for this function. Mem
hers may give, get or earn the sum
of six dollars in order to at'ond
the dinner dance and may raise the
money in any manner they desire.
Miss Mack offered suggestions
and may be contacted by any girl
desiring additional information on
this point. Miss Rita Peatlm.in
has been appointed chairmnr cf
the May Day Dan* on May 7th.
J*S*3
en
T *
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
i_
NATIONAL SORORITY der the direction of Mis. I. M ENGAGEMENT l>
INSTALLED Wcinstcin. who will discuss "Th. ANNOUNCED
The Omega Chapter of the Dei United States as the Champion of The engagement of Miss Alberta
ta Phi Epsilon Sorority was in- Jewish Rights." Class discussion Marie Tannenbaum, daughter <>f
stalled on the campus of Miami will follow. The public is cordially Dr. and Mr-
University last Friday, March 17. invited to attend
PASSOVER CARD PARTY
TO BE GIVEN
The Passover card party sm
sored by the Welfare I ^vision of
the Emunah Chapter, i,e heij
Thursday afternoon. A
2:00 o'clock at the hom ,f u-
3am Blank, hostess, a'
Tree Drive, Miami Bei
.ng Mrs. Blank is Mi
Frank as co-hostess T
be obtained fro many i
the Chapter or at the
WEDDING TAKES
PLACE
The marriage of Miss Esther
Sidelman- daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Sidelman, of Pough-
keepsie, N. Y., to William S
Weiss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Weiss of Cleveland. Ohio, took
place Tuesday afternoon at th?
Beth Jacob Synagogue with Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiating, as-
sisted by Cantor Maurice Mani-
ches. The bride was attended by
Mr. and Mrs. Sidelman, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Friedman of Pough-
keepsie; Mrs. Pauline Weiner of
Poughkeepsie as matron of honor;
the Misses Stella Turk, Gladys
Stein and Goldy Knoll of Miami
Beach and Miss Bella Abnet of
Peughkeepsie as bridesmaids; Rita
May Hipp of Middleland, Pa., and
Miriam Binerstein of Poughkeep-
sie as flower girls. Mr. A. E.
Keizler of Pittsburgh, Pa., was
best man; the Messsrs Benj Mill
man and Sidney Sidelman of
Poughkeepsie, Edward Hepp of
Middlemand and Harold Turk of
Miami Beach acted as ushers. A
reception followed the ceremony.
The couple left for a honeymoon
trip to Havana after which they
will return t0 Cleveland where
they will reside.
The chapter was installed by Miss
Esther HaskilM. Southern Region il
representative, aided by the Delta
Phi Epsilon Alumnae Chapte. of
Miami-
The newly formed sorority gave
a luncheon Thursday at the Sen
Sebastian Hotel in Coral Gable., b
honor of Miss Haskins' arrival
from New Orleans, La-, followed
'.y a party at the home of Mrs.
Gerson 2001 S. W. Sixth Street, of
the Alumnae Chapter, for the new
girls in the evening.
Initiation services took place
Friday afternoon at 4:30 at the
home of Miss Ethel Mintzcr, 4433
Pine Tree Drive. Following the
initiation services a formal ban-
quet was given by the Alumnae at
the Alcazar Hotel. Speakers at
the banquet included Dr. Ashe,
Mrs Cecile Shopiro. Miss Esther
Haskins. Mrs. Ethel Gerson. Mrs.
Claire Weirrtraub. Miss Do?ly Mat-
teson and Miss Pearl Waldorf.
The girls initiated include Mis
ses Marion Freed, Rachel Corviteh,
Gertrude Brown. Cynthia. Dia-
mond, Shirley Haimes, Martha
Neham, Bertha Neham. Norms
Simpson, Nana Kupemberg. Sylvia
Raitchik and Pearl Waldorf. The
new pledges include Misses Jean
Bernstein, Alyda Roochvarg. Flor-
ence Genet and Lucille Snowe.

COUNCIL FORUM
TO BE HELD
The Miami Section of the Nat-
ional Council of Jewish Women
will hold their regular weekly
forum Friday afternoon at 2:00
o'clock at the Evans Hotel, Miami
Beach. The pro,gram will include
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Beth
Jacob Synagogue as guest speaker
whose subject will be "God in
History," a spiritual interpretation
of current world news. "Motiva-
tion in Speaking" will be the topic '
liscussed in the public speaking
'nstructions with Mrs. Benjamir
TVine. president of the local
Council, giving the model speech
>n "The Status of the Newcomer
in the United States." which sum-
marizes the material presented at
the March 9th Conference of Com-
munity Workers in Orlando, for
class comments.
The study course continues un
WEST FLAGLER TRACK
TO (LOSE
The eyes of the greyhound rac-
ing world will turn upon West
Flagler Kennel Club Tuesday
night. March 2sth when the annual
runnning of the Flagler Derby is
scheduled.
Passover wines may I e purchas-
ed from our sexton. Mi Max Feit,
at the synagogue, morning-, af-
ternoons and evening--
On that night eight of the fast
est greyhounds in the nation, in-
cluding that sensational star.
Rural Rube, which Monday night
won the rich $2 000 Futurity Stak'
season and the rich Derby purse.
will vie for high honors of the
Each year. West Flagler Kennel
Club draws the niream of the na-
tion's greyhound champions. It
is these champions which you will
see in action Tuesday night when
the curtain rolls down on another
successful season of dog racing in
this area. One of the laigcst
throngs ever to assemble for a dog
racing program in this area is ex-
pected to be on hand for the cli-
maxing night Tuesday
Jake Sher and Bill Huntley, own-
ers of the picturesque Flagler oval
called by dog lovers the most beau-
tiful racing plant in the whole
United States, are making prepar-
ations now for the gigantic crowd
expected to attend Tuesday night-
All of the outstanding grey-
hounds on the track will be seen
in action on closing night. Racing
Secretary R. K. Japour will line up
the outstanding greyhounds now
kenneled at Flagler.
to William I.. Pallot, so,, of Mr.
and Mrs. Moses Pallot. is being
announced by her parents.
ious card games will |
and refreshments
members and friend- a
invited to attend-
"0 Pin.
A-;-I
Morrii
'- ma; I
nber o(|
Var-
a::
i
CHESED SHEI.
EMETH TO MEET
The recular meeting .f the I
their election of officers Wednes- d E
-April 19th at the Beth David | wiUbeheM Momlay ...
the Beth David Talmud T irah i
OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
Weilnes-
Talmud Torah with the following
appointed on the Nominating com
mittee: Mrs. -T. Syman. chairman;
Mesdames Sol Rotfort, Harry
Wasserman, C. Auslander and
Herman Mark- HosteS at the
last regular meeting was Mrs.
Harry Oliphant, president of the
Sisterhood.

ANNOUNCES
ENGAGEMENT
The engagement of Anna Bren-
ner Mankes to Benjamin Meyers.
son of Mr. ami Mrs. Moses Mey-
ers, of Waterl ury, Conn., is being
announced by her parents, Mr. and |
Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mrs. Man-
kes is a graduate of the Teacher's
College "f Columbia University
and of the Law School of St. Law-
rence; is active in the social set '
and practices law here Mr. Mey
ers graduated from the Sheffield'
School of Yale University in 1017
and is a member of the brokerage
firm of Hinckes Bros.. Waterbury, J
Conn. The wedding will take place :
in May.
litorium. Guest speak.
afternoon will be Mr M j
Beck, mother of Rabl
liro, of Toledo, and Mi W
All members and friend re urg-1
ed to attend as very porUnt]
business will be transa
cameo r-r,
MIAMI BEACH
Wednesday and Thursday
Continuous Showing from
1:30 P. M.
A Drama of Immigrant
Life in the Autonomous
Jewish Republic. Birobkf
tan, U. S. S. R
Amkino Presents
"A GREATER
PROMISE"
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PROUDLY THE FRANK SEIDEN MANAGEMENT
ANNOUNCES
The Florid.an Hotel
WILL REMAIN OPEN FOR THE COMING
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
WHICH COMMENCE
Monday, April 3rd and
Terminate April llth
A WELL KNOWN CANTOR ASSISTED BY AN
ORGANIZED CHOIR WILL OFFICIATE
DIETARY LAWS
STRICTLY OBSERVED
OFFERS A
COMPLETE
Pasgover Holiday
Unsurpassed in detail of pre-
paration servicecuisine
refinement and hospitality.
Breakfast, Luncheon and
Dinner, as well as ala carte
service, will be served each
day during Passover.
Morton S. Fagan
Management
1
Sadtr Ritual
will be conducted
on both nights by
Louis Hayman
Golden-Voiced
Tenor of
BETH DAVID
WATCH
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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
wJewisti f/orHdi&m
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
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1 J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor -J
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager
Kntered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Office at
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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1939 VOLUME 12NUMBER 12
SO G1ETY
REGULAR MEETING HELD
The rejrular meeting of the Bus-
iness and Professional Women's
Group of Hadassah was held
March 16th at the An-Nell Hotel.
Miami Beach, with Miss Lillian
Chisling presiding in the absence
of Miss Beatrice Golderfblank. The
business meeting was followed by
a reading by Ruth Kendel, and a
talk by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
on the "Economic Absorptive Ca
pacity in Palestine."
* *
RUSSIAN PICTURE HERE
"A Greater Promise," Soviet
movie starting Wednesday at the
Cameo Theatre, is dedicated to
the Soviet workers responsible for
the upbuilding of this Jewish Pro-
vince in the U. S. S. R.
The picture shows the transfor-
mation of Birobidjan from an uiv-
lilled, uninhabited region to a
flowering, populous state.
tingency- The task is great, and
the burden tremendous. Compas-
sion is not enough. Now is the
time for support and loyalty, not
the time to hesitate, and not the
time to doubt.
We must take courage in the
thought of the great heroism of
i the Yishuv, and stand by them un
daunted and steadfast in the
strength of our conviction: THE
REBUILDING OF A JEWISH
HOMF.LAND, not only as a land
of refuge, but as a symbol for the
preservation of Jewry and Juda
ism.
our people. Resetlement of refu-
gees is a vital problem today.
B'NAI B'RITH
BRIEFS
BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL
The local Nazi problem should
be coped with on an intelligent
basis- Blowing off steam and giv-
ing vent to one's feelings accom-
plishes exactly nothingand as a
matter of fact operates as a
"boomerang," giving added mo-
mentum to the opposition stirred
up by un-Americaivi.-m and Nazi
propaganda. Wisdom and fore-
sight should govern our actions
not animal instincts.
HADASSAH
THE HEALING OF THE
DAUGHTER OF MY PEOPLE
(By Frieda I.utsky)
ANTI-SEMITISM
With Nazi legions goosestepping relentlessly across the map
, i Europe, crushing any small nation that stands in the path of
'heir brutal iorward march and trying to establish a foothold in
the stronghold of Democracy- the United States, the concept of
a people without a political entity of their own is becoming
: imiliar to every one.
The Jews of Palestine, the pioneers who have been rebuild-
ing their ancient home in Eretz Israel, are in this anomalous po-
rtion of living in a land to which they have a historic right,
where they have achieved economic predominance, but where
they do not as yet have a say in theshaping of political policies.
Surrounded by exhibits of great and independent nations, the
Palestine Pavilion will =tand at the Fair as proof to all the world
through the storms and perils of the present day the Jews of
Palestine continue their work of rehabilitating a land where
thousands of their brethren will one day find refuge. The
Czechs, whose modern independence is even younger than the
Balfour Declaration, are also in that situation. Tomorrow, if
the democracies do not proceed vigorously with their movement
to stop Hitler, other nations may die, leaving their people un-
der foreign rule on their own land. Yet the living spirit of
such peoples survives, expressing itself in the maintenance of
national traditions and culture-
Jewry of Florida have from time to time witnessed inci-
dents savoring of Nazi origin or instigation with the cry of
\nti-Semitism as the cure-all of all existing evils and but last
week Miami was the scene of such a spectacle. While we must
t-ike cognizar.ee of everything that happens no one minor inci-
dent by anv one small group should cause a wave of hysteria
among th ever, individuals or groups should not try to take the situa-
tion in their own hands but realize that to attain results and
quell these disturbances that arise, they should have confidence
ind lend their efforts to a united organization whose duty it is
nd who will cope with the problems in a united, methodical,
le;al and intelligent matter.
"Hazak Va'Amitz be strong
and of good courage."is the
slogan of the entire constituency
in Hadassahduring these grave
and decisive days.
As helpers in the building of a
nation. Hadassah continues its
work as usual, more determined,
and with greater devotion- Facing
realitiesbut not giving way to
hopelesivess and depression. Ha-
dassah's fortitude, has taken it
through many visissitudes of for-
tune.
It is wise in difficult times to!
remembertimes more difficult, j
Such aswhen the Zionist move
mnt was young, when Palestine |
was a decadent land, a barren |
waste, a land rife with disease,
pestilence and death obstacles then
were almost insurmountableas
they are today-
American Jewry watches with
hope and anxiety the present Ar-
ab-British conferences in London.
The issue is clear: Whether Pales
tine should become an Arab state
with the inevitable result that
Jews shall be relegated to a min-
ority status? Britain's honor is
at stake. The answer in your
writer's humble opinion, is largely
dependant upon the sentiment ex-
pressed by all of Amercian Jewry
Jewish honor is likewise at stake.
We shall lose it if we continue to
assume an attitude of indifference
and accept the decision of stilted,
formal British diplomacy, with an
attitude of defeatism. B'lvai B'rith
must awaken to the realization
that Judaism itself is on the verge
of complete destruction.
ATTENTION PASSOVER
SHOPPERS!
Fat Select Poultry
Capons Fowls Soft
Roasters Fryers
Broilers
Properly Dressed and Cut Up
lo your orderat Prices you
can afford lo pay
RABBI TO KILL POULTRY
According to Jewish Law
All Day Thursday Until
Noon Friday
Fresh Florida Select Eggs
Fresh Fish & Sea Food Daily
317 N. W. Fifth St.
The National Coordinating Com-
mittee's State Conference, held at
Orlando over the past week-end.
was well attended by 170 dele
gates. Your writer is very pleas-
ed to state that nearly all of the
delegates present were members
of various B'nai B'rith lodges and
active Ber; B'riths, and all presi
r
When Hadassah first establish- j dents of lodges in Florida attend
ed its health service in Palestine | ed the conference. B'nai B'rith'.
a
In
of
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
Y. M. H. A. CAGERS DEFEAT
U OF M. FRESHMEN 47 TO 22
Although held to a 17 to 16
score in the first half the Y. cage
learn, ran rings around their op-
ponents in the second half to de-
feat the Miami University Fresh-
men team 47 to 22 to cop third
place honors in the Y. M- C. A.
Gold Medal Cage Tourney.
BELIEVE IT OR NOTBY
SCHWARTZ
The Y. M- H. A. duckpin bowl
ers although defeated were victor
ious in their commercial league
game. T'was this way; last Thurs-
day the Y. M. H. A. Whites had
as their opponents a team called
the Y. M- H. A. Blues. Doing the
work on the Y. Blue team were:
Jack Apte with a score of 267,
Pete Silverman, 252; Al Berko
witz. high man, with 316; Sam
Ter.vlrich, 298; and Sam Seithn,
291. The big shots wh were put
to shame were: Hal U-vinson. 280;
Abe Berkowitz. 277: Marty
stein, 890;
a World War was raging. No one
knew from day to day just what
would happen next. But with
forthrightness and courage the
work went on. in1 the face of all
possible dangers, and it Is with
that same spiritHadassah's work
will go on.
How much more we have and
how much stronger we are today.
by comparison. In America
membership of 81.000 women.
Palestine a Jewish settlement
500.000 people, hundreds of colon
ies. A network of preventive and
curative medical institut ions,
schools and universities, for happy
and prosperous people. Who are
living in a land of health and fer
tility, a land where once was
death and debility. Throughout
the length and breadth of Pales-
tine stand monuments of achieve
ments, which were acomplished in
spite of setbacks and impediments
Accomplished by supreme sacri
fice. by brawn and brain, by blood
and sweat.
This is the propitious time for
all those who wish to help to come
forward, and to augment Hadas-
sah's strength, so that it will be
better prepared to face every con-
interests and activities are an<
should be diversified in the hand-
ling of the manifold problems of
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come up to the Miami Recreation
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PAGE FOUR
THE JEWISH FLOklDlA
FRIDAY, MARCH 2j 1939

MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 8. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3 5192
ANNUAL HABANOTB AFFAIR
Sunday evening, March 20, Will
mark the first anniver-ary of last
year's glorious celebration when
the Miami Chapter of Habanoth
presented our Congregation with
a Safer Torah That young group
hni since that time grown into
three successful and progressive
groups- Joining hands in common
endeavor, the Buds comprising the
younger girl- between the ages of
! and 12 the girls of the Blue
and White whose members arc be-
tween 12 and 14 and the Habanoth ,
Debs, a group of girls who are 14 j
and up are offering an unusual!
treat to tin- people of our commu-
nity in the nature of a I'urim |
PsMover performance which will
take place at the Y. M H- A..
1". need not be emphasized that a
most enjoyable evening play and
entertainment is in store for those
who attend. In addition to the
plays and presentation of the
groups named above, the evening
will feature two guest artists who
graciously lend their rapport, CaH
OPEN TO VISITORS
9:00 A. M. TO 6:00 P. M.
Musa Isle
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ALLIGATOR WRESTLING
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N. W. 25th AVE. and 16th ST.
Banana, Guara, Citrus Trees
and
Many Rare Tropical Hants
tor Joseph Maleck and Mr. A.
Bramson will be featured in vocal
and instrumental musical
tions. Heard on this program will
be Irving Ginsberg who will ren-
der several vocal solos
Next week- issue will report
the names of the participating
members in the program. '.
if honor will be Mrs. George Chert-
kof, sponsor of the Bud-. Mrs.
Samuel Tannenhaum, sponsor of
the girls of the Blue and White
I nd Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner.
founder of the organization which
was the first to be formed in the
entire South and sponsor of the
Debs.
The Habanoth chapters will also
;reet that evening Mrs Ida Bu-k-
stein- president of the Ladies Aux-
liary and Mr H. M- Drevich.
president of the congregation and
Habbi Abraham A. Kellner whose
wholehearted cooperation in the
:>ast has contributed So much to
he success of the movement in
thil area. Tickets are priced most
reasonably and are available at
the door and the entire proceeds
go towards a worthy and unique
project.
RABBINICAL CONFERENCE
TO MEET
We extend a hearty welcome
and sincere greetings to the Rab-
bis and Presidents of the respec-
tive communities of this state who
will convene in our city on Sun-
day, Monday and Tuesday of next
week. The climax of the confer-
ence will be held next Monday ev-
ening, March 27th when a mass
neeting arid public reception will
take place in the Synagogue of
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Cordially Invite You to Spend Your Passover j
Holidays With L's in Our Dining Room, {
where Homelike Atmosphere prevail I
Cantor L. Goldberg Will Officiate
DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED '
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frregation.
We cordially invite the entire
Jewish community to attend this
worthy function and greet il
ion these distinguished out-of-
town guests In conjunction with
the presence of the Rabbis and
Presidents in our community, ar
raflfementi are being made
tertain socially the wive- of r
visitors. Chairman of the
tion committee in charge of
is Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner.
CARD CAME IS HUGE SU< < ESS
The card party held in the H "
Astor Tuesday, March 21st,
ing acclaimed a social and finan-
cial sue ess. We take this means
f extending <>ur sincere thank- to
the owner- Mr. D Rosner whose
gracious cooperation is fully BP'
predated. The two chairmen of
this most successful affair were
Mrs. L- PalloB and Mrs- H. Shul-
man.
M \ZEL TOY
It is with a genuine spirit of re-
joicing that we greet two families
of our congregation upon the be
trothal of their children. Our sin
cere congratulations and Maze!
Tov are extended to Dr. and Mrs.
('has. Tannenhaum on the engage-
ment of their daughter, Alberta, to
Mi William Pallot, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Moe Pallot.
BEST WISHES
We extend best wishes to 0"'
dear sister, Mrs. Max Mintzer for
a complete and speedy recovery
from the injuries sustained in a re-
cent automobile accident.
PASSOVER LAWS
The coming of the Passover hol-
iday brings in its wake many prob-;
lems and difficulties which no con- j
scicntious Jewish person can af-
ford to ignore Rabbi Abraham A.
Kellner will be glad to be of ser-
vice and will be in his study at
home in the mornings and in the
synagogue from 3:30 p. m., till
after Maariv, for the purpose of
answering inquiries and also to
conduct the sale of Chometz.
JEWISH RADIO HOUR
This Sunday afternoon at 3:00
o'clock over Station WIOD, the
weekly Jewish Radio Hour will be
conducted by several out of town
guest Rabbis and we urge our
many friends to tune in and listen
to their timely messages. VI e re
port with justifiable pleasure the
numerous calls that both the sta-
tion and our Rabbi received in
praise of last week's program.
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PHONE 3-4132
Glassbnrg and Charlene Fuden-
burg. The social commute j.
completing plans for a weine.
roast to be held Sunday ,- g.
St. Petersburg Beach.
Miss Toby Rathblatt was hos-
the Missel Beth Winston.
laurel Dozier and Stella Kaufman
of Miami Beach, over the week
end The girls were here to attend
the first National Student Govern-
i vention. Vincent Sugar
man. t of Miami Beach
High School, was also here
to attend the convention.
The Jewish Youth Coi i| vrii
meet Thursday evening at lemplt
Beth El. .
The St. Petersburp .
A. Z. A- sojourned t,, T \iK
week to play a basketba gamt
and were beaten by a closi
Sunday evening at Temple Beth.
El, Mr- Thomas Nugent gave an
illustrated lei ture on his trip
around the world.
Sevi ral new members were wel-
comed into the Ladies Auxiliary
md Aid Society nf Congregation
B'nai Israel last Tuesday evening.
Plans for a rummage sale. Rus-
sian tea and card party were com-
pleted. Mrs. B- Carroll and Mrs
D. Goldberg were host< sses al
Sunday's card party.
From Tampa for the k-end
came Louis Morris. Irving -..-
Willie Oster and Solly K r
The Young Judean-
skating party Thursday
The next meeting was h- Thurs-
day evening at Congregat B'nii
Israel-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wise spent
the day in St Petersburg with
Mrs rVise'j parents.

L Voung won third place in
the Irving Batchellor essay contest
on notable personalities in Florida
history sponsored by Rollins Col
lege.

The H. S- I). Club has completed
their constitution. New members
welcomed into the club Tuesday
evening were the Misses Shirley
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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1939
PAGE FIVE
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
625 Michigan Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
ilu Michigan Avt-tiuo
'I'hone ..-::ui.i
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
Paily Shachriss at 7:00 and at
a, in.; Mincha from 5:45 to
;1 p. m.; Maariv at 6:45 p. m.;
bath: Friday evening at 6:45
i.; Saturday morning at 7:00
,i 9:00 a. m-; Saturday after-
at 6:45 p. m.
BAR MITZVAH
Bar Mitzvah ceremony of
ard Baskin will take place
Saturday morn'ing. The boy
.leliver a speech. Rabbi Mes-
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MIAMI BEACH
DINING ROOM OPEN
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for
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
Reservations Necessary j
SEDARS PERFORMED BY j
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HAKE RESERVATIONS NOW I
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3Y WEEK BY MEAL
REASONABLE RATES
cheloff will addres the Bar Mitz-
vah. Cantor Mamches will chant
the service. Rabbi Mescheloff will
also speak on "The Portion of the
Week" at Shalosh S'oodoss.
STUDY OF CODES
Week days between Mincha and
Maariv servicesfrom 5:15 to 5:45
Rabbi Mescheloff discusses the
Laws of Passover. The public is
welcome. The course is given in
English.
SISTERHOOD BRIDGE
The Sisterhood will conduct the
second Sisterhood Bridge of the
season on Wednesday. March 29th
at 2:00 p. m.. in the beautiful dirr
ing room of the William Penn Ho
tel. Washington Avenue and Sev-
enth Street. Miami Beach.
There will be all sorts of games
played; prizes given, and refresh-
ments served. The committee is
working to make this party a me-
moriable one. One the committee
are Mesdames A J. Tobin and J.
Wulkowsky. co-chairmen, assisted
by Mesdames Berow, Gottesman.
Wucher. Koretsky. Kreiger and
Mrs. B H. London. Women are
Mrs. B. H London. Wome nare
urged to purchase tickets and to
bring their neighbors and friends-
Proceeds will go to the support of
the synagogue and Hebrew School
Remember the date, time and
place! Be there'.
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.RiL..i...lio.\ COURSES
courses in English are given at
ur synagogue every Tuesday and
Thursday evening from 8:30 to
:00. Courses are led by Mrs. I.
Levin and are sponsored by the
local chapter of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women. All adult
men and women are welcome and
invited.
CONVENTION WELCOME
Our Rabbi and Cantor, officers
and members of our synagogue
cordially welcome the Rabbis and
Presidents, their wives and friends
who will be meeting in Greater
Miami in the first annual conven
tion of Rabbis and Presidents of
Greater Miami.
In view of the fact that the dis-
tinguished visitors will stay in a
Vliami Beach hotel- we cordially
iffer the services of our syna-
gogue to them all. We can be
"cached at the synagogue which is
at Washington Avenue and Third
Street by phone 5-0766; the Rab-
bi's home phone is 5-1328; the
President's home phone is 5-2540.
Don't hesitate to call!
We wish our visitors successful
-essiuns of activity for the bene-
fit of our communities and our
people. We wish them as well, a
nleasant stay in our community.
HABANOTH MEET
The Miami Beach Habanoth will
oieet as usual gt 7:30 p. m, at
'.he synagogue under the sponsor-
ship of Mrs G. I. Mills. Plans
for a Passover celebration will be
discussed. We welcome into the
unit the new members who joined
at the last meeting.
BOY SCOUTS MEET
At the last week's meeting a
number of Boy Scouts passed var-
ious Scout tests and were given
the dates of further examinations.
The next meeting will be held on
Tuesday night at 8:00 p m. The
troop is under the direction of At-
torney A. L. Mechlowitz.
MINNIONAIRES
With regret we see two active
members of our Millionaires, the
Spector brothers, return home. We
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shall look forward to their return
next season. At the last meeting
Rabbi Mescheloff addressed the
members. Plans for an affair to
be held about April 18th were dis-
cussed.
The Minnionaires meet every
Sunday morning to conduct their
own minyoiY which is followed by
a communal breakfast served by
the Sisterhood. Social anil cultur-
al meetings are held Wednesday,
nights at 7:30 p. m. The club is
open to all young men between the
ages of 13 and 18.
JEWISH JUNIORS
A special meeting of the Jewish
Juniors was held Thursday night
to complete plans for their next
affair The Jewish Juniors meet
every other Tuesday night at 9:00
p. ni to conduct their regular bus-
iness meetings and cultural for-
ums. The organization welcomes
members between the ages of 18
and 30. ..
RABBI SPEAKS
Rabbi Mescheloff addressed the
meeting of the local chapter of i
the National Council of Jewish
Women this Friday afternoon at
2:00 p. m.. on the subject "God in
History." The meeting was pre-
sided over by Mrs. R. Weinstein.
CANTOR'S CONCERT
SUCCESS
The annual concert conducted by
our Cantor. Maurice Mamches last
Sunday night was very successful.
A large attendance thronged the
synagogue to hear the Cantor sing
operatic classical, liturgical. He-
brew and Yiddish melodies. Mrs.
Eleanore Clarke Linton. noted
pianist, accompanied the Cantor,
and played a number of piano se-
lections. Professor Leo Portnoff
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played a number of original violin
selections which were most enthu-
siastically received Rabbi Mes-
cheloff served as master of cere-
monies. Refreshments were serv-
ed at the close of the concert.
MODEL SEDER
Plans for a model seder tc be
conducted by the children ol our
Religious School are being com-
pleted. The children are being
taught many Passover melodies
together with the study of Pass-
over Laws, the Haggaddah, the
Kiddush, r'eer Kashess, etc-
Largest attendance last Sunday *
was that of Mrs. Eeldman's class ,
Perfect attendance was attained ,
by Mrs. Gnet's and Miss Sniff's
classes.
MECHIRASS ( HOMETS
In accordance with Jewish law
all manners of leaven and vessels
used for leaven are to be disposed
of for the period 0f Passover. This
can be done by selling the Cho-
metz through the Rabbi. Rabbi
Mescheloff can be seen about
Mechirass Chometz at the syna-
gogue every morning until 9:30;
afternoons from 4:00 to 7:00 p. Bl-
and at his home from 2:00 to 4:00
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN

ORAYNOO
"OUR LIGHT"
BY HELEN BRAUNSTEIN, EDITOR
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
426 Anderson Court Orlando, Florida
Services Friday at 8:15 P. M-
Services this Friday will be con-
ducted by the Orlando Chapter of
the A. Z. A. Mr. Meyer Sigal,
Chapter advisor, has issued the
following program through the re-
ligious committee headed by Aleph
Joseph Berkow, who will conduct
the services The opening prayer
will be given by Aleph Cohen God-
ol Oscar Tetenbaum. Sabbath
long by Mr. Herbert Talisman-
Bible readings by Aleph Gisbor
Jack Hoffmah. Kiddish by Ar-
thur Talisman awd congregation.
Serman by Aleph Godol Philip Op-
per on "We. the Jews." "Five
Fold and Full" by Mr Meyer Si-
gal. chapter advisor- Greetings
will be given by Mr. Abraham
Haimowitz- and refreshments will
be served through the courtesy of
the B'nai B'rith Indies Auxiliary
JEWISH MOVIE NIGHT
Every Thursday at 8:00 p. m-,
there will be shown at the syna
gogue a two hour program of Jew-
ish talkies for Jewish tcurij-ts and
the general Jewish community.
For Passover, the children of the
Religious and Hebrew schcf-ls will
be shown an historic film dealing
with the exodus.
JEWISH WELFARE
FEDERATION
The annual 1939 United Jewish
Appeal will soon be conducted in
Orlando. It is hoped to triple the
budget of last year which was
some $200000. Officers will soon
be announced for the campaign-
FLORIDA RABBINICAL
ASSOCIATION
The second annual gathering of
all the Rabbis of Florida and the
presidents of all the congregations
will take place in Miami on Mon-
day and Tuesday, March 27th and
28th. There will be scholarly pa-
pers presented by Rabbis and dis-
cussions of Jewish community or-
ganization- Officers of the asso-
ciation are Rabbi Jacob H. Kap
Ian of Miami, president and Rabbi
Morris A. Skop of Orlando, secre
tary Fifteen of the twenty-one
communities are already members
of the association.
A Message fiomlthe Miami Section
National Councilio/ Jewish Women
SO GIETY
COOPERATION
REQUESTED
The local Student Union Com
mittee of B'nai B'rith is requestinr
the cooperation of Jewish families
of Miami to make it possible for
the University of Miami students
to attend Seder services at their
homes- All those desiringv to ac-
commodate students are requested
to communicate with Mr- Sidney
L. Segall- chairman, at 3-8721i or
Dr. Charles G- Werblow, co-chair-
man of the Student Union Com-
mittee, at 3-2462, as soon as pos-
sible.
Mrs- Herman Levir*. Nat.onal
Financial Secretary of the Nat.on-
al Council of Jewish Women who
is vacationing at Hollywood. Ho.-
ida. will be the guest of M.anu
Section on Tuesday- March 28th at
their regular board meeting at 1
a. m., at the Evans Hotel ballroom,
and will also be the speaker of the
afternoon at the regular monthly
meeting on the afternoon of March
2Hth- also at the Evan- Hotel ball
room- The nominating committee
will present their slate of office
for the year 1939-40. r
laws will be ratified.
W. Rasker. Immigration Chairman
for Miami Section will give her re-
port on the conference at Memphi
and Orlando which she atti
us a delegate this month. We urge
both members and friends of Mi
ami Section to attend this in.
and become acquainted with af
fairs of today.
The English classes spoi
by the local B'nai B'rith '
and the Miami Section. National
Council of Jewish Women
those persons desiring to learn
both conversational English, com-
position, reading and wnting are
invited to attend these classes
which are free of charge. Please
note change of where classes in
,ilv Bre ,0 be held in the future:
Monday and Wednesday evenings
classes in the City of Miami are
to be held at the Beth David Syn
Bgogue, 135 Northwest Third Ave-
. g:00 p. m, with Mrs. Mau-
teachcr. Beach
FRIDAY, MARCH94
duals; any immigration info--,.!
tion desired, or any quesfoTj
ferring t0 the ntw-corm
midst from other countriei if 2
will call or contact the Cotuic I
fice- or Mrs. Selma W. Basker. lj
migration Chairman, we will
happy to clear any ,, I
tairring to this work f,t you
possibly save you and the r.MJ
comers from grave
There is no charge f,,, any .; I
service, and we an- most hip; |
assist you.
nue.
rice Grossman as
classes are -till being held at the
Ima Beth Jacoh Synagogue, wit
I.,., ir, ,i- teacher.
by-
ith Mrs.
Miami Section still stands ready
to help you or any person you
know in Greater Miami that ha-
th to become a natural-
of the 1'nited SUtaa
help >u make
your application fr naturaliza-
tion- Please refer all applicants
t our office, ">ii Congress Build
ing
not -ecu
lied citi/ei
We are prepared to
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klDAY, MARCH 24, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A ZWITMAN
(996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265 B80 N-. IC. 31st St.2-9511
MIAMI BEACH MIAM|
er or both or the Rnbbls will be In the Tempi* every morning
: may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewla ......imu.
nity, or yur peisonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
learlnf and advice, and, tl.....lie** to say. each matter will be held In
- confidence.
CONGREGATIONAL
;>n not withdraw thyself from
i ongregation."Hillel-
gular services will be held at
pie Israel Friday evening
-'"th. 1089 at 8:15 p. in. Dr.
H. Kaplan will speak on the!
: "Isaac M. Wise, Founder'
Reform Judaism in America.";
services will be conducted,
Rabbi f'olman A. Zwitman.
reception for worshippers will
tendered by the Sisterhood, af-
services.
SSOVER SEDER PLANNED.
a result of the numerous fav-1
;. le comment after last year's;
cugational Seder, conducted
ur Rabbis, a similar event is
ft arranged for the first night
Passover. Monday evening.
Srd, 1939 at 6:30 o'clock-
Seder will he conducted by
Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi
-Kin A. Zwitman, and will have
- Frank A. Pearlman and Mrs.
nk Coret in charge of arrange-
:< The meal will be catered
. prominent restaurateur, who
served the Temple at its prev-
- functions during the past two
".enervations may be obtained j
ontacting either of the co-
i.rmen or by mailing a check
-tly to the Temple office, at
rate of $2.50 per person for
.pie members. Reservations for
(iren may be arranged for $1-75
Members and friends of the Tem-
ple are cordially invited to this
Congregational annual event, and
are urged to send in their reserva-
tions before Friday. March 31st
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
'Tpon the children of the
schools, does all the world depend."
talmud. (Tracdale Sabbath 119b)
At the Religious School assem-
bly of this coming Sunday, March
2f.th, a program modeled after
the "Information, Please" and
"Professor Quiz" types of radio
presentation, will be given, by Mr.
.1. Leonard's High School Class 3.
Questions relating to the work of
several classes will be asked of the
children, and prizes awarded.
At last Sunday's Religious
School Assembly a program on
the Biblical era, entitled "When
the Jewish People Was Young."
was presented by Mrs- Weinstein's
class. Intermediate 4. The cast
included Billy Rubin. Gerald Gor-
don. Gilbert Friedman. Harold
Weinberg. Lawrence Adler. Mona
Pastroff. Alan Cohen and Harris
Klein.
The birthdays of Felicia Orovitz,
Phylis Rosenthal, Theodore Hy-
man and Gladys Wolfe were cele-
brated.
RADIO
The Jewish Hour, conducted by
the Rabbinical Association o f
Greater Miami, will have as its
speakers Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi
Zwitman, this Sunday afternoon at
JEWISH WELFARE BUREAU
ACTIVITIES
R. R. ADLER, President
MRS. SADYE G. ROSE. Executive Secretary
MRS. HARRIET EPPSTEIN, Case Worker
The transient is one of the ma-
jor concerns of the Bureau. Mi-
ami, because of its healthful cli-
matic conditions attracts people
from all over the nation, hoping
that the sunshine will do for them
what the medical profession have
been unable to effect. Many come
here on money loaned to them from
relatives and friends. Some sell
their personal belongings for their
transportation and livelihood, oth-
ers come with their dear ones who
are ill, hoping that they can se-
cure employment and in that way
maintain themselves and give to
the member of their family that i*
ill the climatic change generally
recommended by their physician.
After they have exhausted their
resources and find that they have
no further borrowing capacity and
are unable to secure employment
they turn to the Bureau for aid.
The Bureau in all cases verifies
their statements by contacting
their relatives in their home town
through the Social Agency in that
city. It very often becomes neces-
sary to give the family sufficient
funds for the necessities of life,
shelter, food and medical care as
to return them to their Northern
home would prove fatal.
In the case of Mr. and Mrs. X
who came to Miami with their tw0
children of school age. Mrs. X
having a very bad case of arthri-
tis and bedridden. Mr. X had
some money when they reached
here- He had hoped to secure em-
ployment- The family are now in
Miami a number of months. He
has been unable to secure employ-
ment though he is a conscientious,
earnest man, willing t0 accept any
3:00 o'clock- The subject they
will discuss will be "The Meaning
of Liberty" The musical selec-
tions will be rendered by Rose-
mary Gerson, accompanied by
Anne Laurie Lee.
ommended by the doctor in charge
that he be placed in a berth and
remain there until he reached his
destination. It was necessary for
him to have nursing care on the
way home which the Bureau also
supplied.
The Transient that comes to our
attention does not always present
a health problem, very often it is
the request for transportation, le-
gal advice or social service.
type of work that would give him
a livelihood to remain here so that
his wife can possibly regain her """"*"""--
health in this climate, but to date C1 OA fn fifi f\(\ \ -.
has not been fortunate -......-.*1,U l *b-UJ HI1 ACre
in secur-
ing work. It is therefore neces-
sary for us to supply the family
with funds t0 shelter and feed
them and give medical care to Mrs.
X until such time as either Mr.
X secures employment or the wea-
ther in their home city becomes
stabilized so that they can return
home.
Sometimes the sunshine does not
effect the cure so often anticipat-
ed or hoped for and the individual
becomes seriously ill. Mr. H., a
man of very religious convictions
came to Miami with a very serious
cardiac condition- He grew acute-
ly ill and in order to save his life
it was necessary to rush him to the
hospital, place him in an oxygen
tfnt and give him private nursing.
He had left his wife and six young
children in a Northern city. They
were being maintained through
the benefits of a Union- The Un-
ion was unable to meet the expen-
diture incurred here. The Bureau
paid for his hospitalization and as
soon as it was possible for him
to make the journey it was rec-
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from oil well.
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Miami Beach
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Just as you enjoy our Dairy Products throughout the
year, you will appreciate its high quality during the Pass-
I over, when these delicious and wholesome necessities will
[be made available to the Jews of Dade and Broward
| counties.
It is entirely in the spirit of service rather than v.ith
the idea of profit, that the convenience of Kosher Passover
Dairy Products is offered to you. This service is an appre-
iation of the Jewish patronage received by us throughout
he year.
Every letter and principle of Jewish Dietary Laws is
observed with a Mashgiach in residence at the dairy.
All religious requirements are under the supervision of:
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach
RABBI ABRAHAM KELLNER
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
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THE Jiuv.it.-------LDlAXi
FRIDAY, MARCH 24 1939

CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi 497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR
THE YEAR
Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and
5:30 p. m.
Sabbath Services Saturday
morning at 8:30.
Junior Congregation Services
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School3:15 to
6:15 p.m.
Sunday SchoolSunday at 10:00
o'clock.
Bar Mitzvah GroupSunday at
9:00 o'clock.
-LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
In keeping with tradition of our
pulpit to stimulate youth in Jewish
leadership and religious activity,
jwe extend our greetings to A. Z.
A., (the Junior B'nai B'rith) at
their observance of "Annual A. Z.
A. Sabbath" and gladly grant per-
mission to them to occupy the pul-
pit. Irving Ginsburg. a young man
of sixteen, will chant the entire
Maariv Service and the members
of the local A. Z A., will read the
prayers. Ted Plant will speak
briefly on the "Aims of A. Z. A."
He will be presented by Oscar
Rappaport- The guest speaker at
our services Friday evening at 8:15
will be Rabbi Abraham A Kellner
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation, who will discuss the
subject "Today and Tomorrow."
Rabbi Kellner gladly accepted the
invitation extended to him by Rab-
bi M. Shapir0 with an enthusiasm
rjhat redounds to the great unity
that exists among Rabbis and con-
gregations in the Greater Miami
area- We are delighted to have
him with us.
SABBATH SERVICES
During the services this coming
Saturday morning at 9:00, Jack,
the son of Mrs. Ida Marcus, will
become "Bar Mitzvah." Friends are
asked to be present and participate
in the ceremony and kiddu^h.
We are indeed happy to note
the steady large attendance at the
Junior services every Saturday
morning at 10:30. Would that
parents and adults display a little
more interest in this service and
the many other religious activities
for the inspiration derived would
perhaps make the parents ami
adults conscious of their many re-
sponsibilities to "God. Israel and
the Torah." We comment highly
the splendid services of Mrs. Louis
Hartz who conscientiously serves
the children at a kiddush after the
prayers every Saturday morning-
May she continue to do so for
many years to come.
C.ALA PROGRAM
The synagogue was crowded to
capacity last Sunday evening at
the ceremony of the "Burning of
Beth David's Mortgage." Congrat-
ulatory messages were received
from different organizations in the
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UNVEILING
The unveiing of a monument in
memory of the late Anna Benja-
min Greenberg will take place this
coming Sunday afternoon at the
City Cemetery at 2:00 p m sharp.
As a tribute to her momery and
for her accomplishments, friends
are asked to be present at the un-
veiling.
CONGRATULATIONS
We express our most sincere
felicitations to Anna Brenner
Mankes at her engagement May
our Father in Heaven bestow His
choicest blessings upon her. for
*he is indeed a most devoted and
loyal daughter in Israel.
SO GIETY
TO HOLD
CARD PARTY
The Beth Jacob Sisteiho.nl will
sponsor a bridge party at the Wil
liam Penn Hotel. Wednesday af-
ternoon .March 29th at 2:00 p. m
Tickets may be purchased from
any member of the committee;
Mrs. A. J. Tobin and Mrs. J Wolk-
owsky. co-chairmen, assisted by
the Mesdames Berow, Gottesman.
Wucher. Koretsky. M. Kreiger and
B. H. London. All members and
friends are invited to attend as
the proceeds will go towards the
Hebrew School and Synagogue
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WEDDING
HELD
Mr. Jacob Slaff and Mrs. Mar
tha Whitman were married in a
simple ceremony at the office of
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Tuesday
afternoon.
GROUP STUDIES
SPINOZA
The Spinoza Group is still at-
tracting large audiences every
Saturday afternoon. Dr. A. Wolf
son spoke, after which he intro-
duced Rev. Miles D. Blanchard.;
chairman of the American League j
for Peace and Democni v .
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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN ORAYNOO "OUR LIGHT" BY HELEN BRAUNSTEIN, EDITOR CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA. RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP 426 Anderson Court Orlando, Florida Services Friday at 8:15 P. MServices this Friday will be conducted by the Orlando Chapter of the A. Z. A. Mr. Meyer Sigal, Chapter advisor, has issued the following program through the religious committee headed by Aleph Joseph Berkow, who will conduct the services The opening prayer will be given by Aleph Cohen Godol Oscar Tetenbaum. Sabbath long by Mr. Herbert TalismanBible readings by Aleph Gisbor Jack Hoffmah. Kiddish by Arthur Talisman awd congregation. Serman by Aleph Godol Philip Opper on "We. the Jews." — "Five Fold and Full" by Mr Meyer Sigal. chapter advisorGreetings will be given by Mr. Abraham Haimowitzand refreshments will be served through the courtesy of the B'nai B'rith Indies Auxiliary JEWISH MOVIE NIGHT Every Thursday at 8:00 p. m-, there will be shown at the syna gogue a two hour program of Jewish talkies for Jewish tcurij-ts and the general Jewish community. For Passover, the children of the Religious and Hebrew schcf-ls will be shown an historic film dealing with the exodus. JEWISH WELFARE FEDERATION The annual 1939 United Jewish Appeal will soon be conducted in Orlando. It is hoped to triple the budget of last year which was some $200000. Officers will soon be announced for the campaignFLORIDA RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION The second annual gathering of all the Rabbis of Florida and the presidents of all the congregations will take place in Miami on Monday and Tuesday, March 27th and 28th. There will be scholarly papers presented by Rabbis and discussions of Jewish community organizationOfficers of the association are Rabbi Jacob H. Kap Ian of Miami, president and Rabbi Morris A. Skop of Orlando, secre tary Fifteen of the twenty-one communities are already members of the association. A Message fiomlthe Miami Section National Councilio/ Jewish Women SO GIETY COOPERATION REQUESTED The local Student Union Com mittee of B'nai B'rith is requestinr the cooperation of Jewish families of Miami to make it possible for the University of Miami students to attend Seder services at their homesAll those desiringv to accommodate students are requested to communicate with MrSidney L. Segallchairman, at 3-8721i or Dr. Charles GWerblow, co-chairman of the Student Union Committee, at 3-2462, as soon as possible. MrsHerman Levir*. Nat.onal Financial Secretary of the Nat.onal Council of Jewish Women who is vacationing at Hollywood. Ho.ida. will be the guest of M.anu Section on TuesdayMarch 28th at their regular board meeting at 1 a. m., at the Evans Hotel ballroom, and will also be the speaker of the afternoon at the regular monthly meeting on the afternoon of March 2Hthalso at the EvanHotel ball roomThe nominating committee will present their slate of office for the year 1939-40. r laws will be ratified. W. Rasker. Immigration Chairman for Miami Section will give her report on the conference at Memphi and Orlando which she atti us a delegate this month. We urge both members and friends of Mi ami Section to attend this in. and become acquainted with af fairs of today. The English classes spoi by the local B'nai B'rith and the Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women those persons desiring to learn both conversational English, composition, reading and wnting are invited to attend these classes which are free of charge. Please note change of where classes in ilv Bre 0 be held in the future: Monday and Wednesday evenings classes in the City of Miami are to be held at the Beth David Syn Bgogue, 135 Northwest Third Ave.„ g:00 p. m, with Mrs. Mauteachcr. Beach FRIDAY, MARCH9 4 duals; any immigration info--,.! tion desired, or any quesfoTj ferring t 0 the ntw-corm midst from other countriei if 2 will call or contact the Cotuic I ficeor Mrs. Selma W. Basker. lj migration Chairman, we will happy to clear any %  ,, I tairring to this work f t you possibly save you and the r M J comers from grave There is no charge f,,, any .; • I service, and w e anmost hip; | assist you. nue. rice Grossman as classes are -till being held at the Ima Beth Jacoh Synagogue, wit I.,., ir, ,iteacher. byith Mrs. Miami Section still stands ready to help you or any person you know in Greater Miami that hath to become a natural„ of the 1'nited SUtaa help >u make your application fr naturalizationPlease refer all applicants t„ our office, ">ii Congress Build ing not -ecu lied citi/ei We are prepared to WE DISTRIBUTE THE ONLY KOSHER PASSOVER WINES Bottled Under the Supervision of RABBI ABRAHAM A KELLNER OF MIAMI RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF OF MIAMI BEACH We Also Carry a Complete Assortment of CARMEI. PALESTINE AND E. & K. 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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MARCH 9.1 HADASSAH FEATURES SKIT Prcser.'tation of an original skit featured the program at the Junior Hadussah meeting last Monday with th% cast including members of the Fireside Group of the organization, the purpose of which is to stress cultural activities. They depicted several humorous scenes with various members of the organization as subjects, and was concluded by the deline.it ion of the five projects which are maintained by Juivior HadassahMrs. Irwin Krick, cultural chairman of the club, was in eharjre of the program for the evening. Mrs. William Berson, political chairman, gave a resume of current topics. Mrs. Edward Roth, membership chairman, reported that only eighteen additional members ar.lequired in order t 0 fill the quota of 100 as set for the Miami unit by National headquarters. Miss Hanna Mack has been named general chairman of the Donor's Dinner on Sunday evening, April 2rd, and presented prel : minary plans for this function. Mem hers may give, get or earn the sum of six dollars in order to at'ond the dinner dance and may raise the money in any manner they desire. Miss Mack offered suggestions and may be contacted by any girl desiring additional information on this point. Miss Rita Peatlm.in has been appointed chairmnr cf the May Day Dan* on May 7th. J*S*3 en T RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor i_ NATIONAL SORORITY der the direction of Mis. I. M ENGAGEMENT l> INSTALLED Wcinstcin. who will discuss "Th. ANNOUNCED The Omega Chapter of the Dei United States as the Champion of The engagement of Miss Alberta ta Phi Epsilon Sorority was inJewish Rights." Class discussion Marie Tannenbaum, daughter <>f stalled on the campus of Miami will follow. The public is cordially Dr. and MrUniversity last Friday, March 17. invited to attend PASSOVER CARD PARTY TO BE GIVEN The Passover card party s m sored by the Welfare I ^vision of the Emunah Chapter, i, e heij Thursday afternoon. A 2:00 o'clock at the hom ,f u3am Blank, hostess, a' Tree Drive, Miami Bei .ng Mrs. Blank is Mi Frank as co-hostess T be obtained fro many i the Chapter or at the WEDDING TAKES PLACE The marriage of Miss Esther Sidelmandaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sidelman, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., to William S Weiss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weiss of Cleveland. Ohio, took place Tuesday afternoon at th? Beth Jacob Synagogue with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating, assisted by Cantor Maurice Maniches. The bride was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Sidelman, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Friedman of Poughkeepsie; Mrs. Pauline Weiner of Poughkeepsie as matron of honor; the Misses Stella Turk, Gladys Stein and Goldy Knoll of Miami Beach and Miss Bella Abnet of Peughkeepsie as bridesmaids; Rita May Hipp of Middleland, Pa., and Miriam Binerstein of Poughkeepsie as flower girls. Mr. A. E. Keizler of Pittsburgh, Pa., was best man; the Messsrs Benj Mill man and Sidney Sidelman of Poughkeepsie, Edward Hepp of Middlemand and Harold Turk of Miami Beach acted as ushers. A reception followed the ceremony. The couple left for a honeymoon trip to Havana after which they will return t 0 Cleveland where they will reside. The chapter was installed by Miss Esther HaskilM. Southern Region il representative, aided by the Delta Phi Epsilon Alumnae Chapte. of MiamiThe newly formed sorority gave a luncheon Thursday at the Sen Sebastian Hotel in Coral Gable., b honor of Miss Haskins' arrival from New Orleans, La-, followed '.y a party at the home of Mrs. Gerson 2001 S. W. Sixth Street, of the Alumnae Chapter, for the new girls in the evening. Initiation services took place Friday afternoon at 4:30 at the home of Miss Ethel Mintzcr, 4433 Pine Tree Drive. Following the initiation services a formal banquet was given by the Alumnae at the Alcazar Hotel. Speakers at the banquet included Dr. Ashe, Mrs Cecile Shopiro. Miss Esther Haskins. Mrs. Ethel Gerson. Mrs. Claire Weirrtraub. Miss Do?ly Matteson and Miss Pearl Waldorf. The girls initiated include Mis ses Marion Freed, Rachel Corviteh, Gertrude Brown. Cynthia. Diamond, Shirley Haimes, Martha Neham, Bertha Neham. Norms Simpson, Nana Kupemberg. Sylvia Raitchik and Pearl Waldorf. The new pledges include Misses Jean Bernstein, Alyda Roochvarg. Florence Genet and Lucille Snowe. • • • COUNCIL FORUM TO BE HELD The Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women will hold their regular weekly forum Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the Evans Hotel, Miami Beach. The pro,gram will include Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob Synagogue as guest speaker whose subject will be "God in History," a spiritual interpretation of current world news. "Motivation in Speaking" will be the topic liscussed in the public speaking 'nstructions with Mrs. Benjamir T Vine. president of the local Council, giving the model speech >n "The Status of the Newcomer in the United States." which summarizes the material presented at the March 9th Conference of Community Workers in Orlando, for class comments. The study course continues un WEST FLAGLER TRACK TO (LOSE The eyes of the greyhound racing world will turn upon West Flagler Kennel Club Tuesday night. March 2sth when the annual runnning of the Flagler Derby is scheduled. Passover wines may I e purchased from our sexton. Mi Max Feit, at the synagogue, morning-, afternoons and evening-On that night eight of the fast est greyhounds in the nation, including that sensational star. Rural Rube, which Monday night won the rich $2 000 Futurity Stak' season and the rich Derby purse. will vie for high honors of the Each year. West Flagler Kennel Club draws the niream of the nation's greyhound champions. It is these champions which you will see in action Tuesday night when the curtain rolls down on another successful season of dog racing in this area. One of the laigcst throngs ever to assemble for a dog racing program in this area is expected to be on hand for the climaxing night Tuesday Jake Sher and Bill Huntley, owners of the picturesque Flagler oval called by dog lovers the most beautiful racing plant in the whole United States, are making preparations now for the gigantic crowd expected to attend Tuesday nightAll of the outstanding greyhounds on the track will be seen in action on closing night. Racing Secretary R. K. Japour will line up the outstanding greyhounds now kenneled at Flagler. to William I.. Pallot, so,, of Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pallot. is being announced by her parents. ious card games will | and refreshments members and frienda invited to attend"0 Pin. A-;-I Morrii 'ma; I nber o(| • VarA:: i CHESED SHEI. EMETH TO MEET The recular meeting .f the I their election of officers Wednesd E -April 19th at the Beth David | wiUbeheM Momlay ... the Beth David Talmud T irah i OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED Beth David Sisterhood will hold WeilnesTalmud Torah with the following appointed on the Nominating com mittee: Mrs. -T. Syman. chairman; Mesdames Sol Rotfort, Harry Wasserman, C. Auslander and Herman MarkHosteS at the last regular meeting was Mrs. Harry Oliphant, president of the Sisterhood. • ANNOUNCES ENGAGEMENT The engagement of Anna Brenner Mankes to Benjamin Meyers. son of Mr. ami Mrs. Moses Meyers, of Waterl ury, Conn., is being announced by her parents, Mr. and | Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mrs. Mankes is a graduate of the Teacher's College "f Columbia University and of the Law School of St. Lawrence; is active in the social set and practices law here Mr. Mey ers graduated from the Sheffield' School of Yale University in 1017 and is a member of the brokerage firm of Hinckes Bros.. Waterbury, J Conn. The wedding will take place : in May. litorium. Guest speak. afternoon will be Mr M j Beck, mother of Rabl liro, of Toledo, and Mi W All members and friend re urg-1 ed to attend as very porUnt] business will be transa CAMEO r-r, MIAMI BEACH Wednesday and Thursday Continuous Showing from 1:30 P. M. A Drama of Immigrant Life in the Autonomous Jewish Republic. Birobkf tan, U. S. S. R Amkino Presents "A GREATER PROMISE" "THE HARVEST FESTIVAL" REEL FEATURETTE PALATIAL KOSHER [RESTAURANT 265 N. E. SECOND STREET PHONE 2-36| PROUDLY THE FRANK SEIDEN MANAGEMENT ANNOUNCES The Florid.an Hotel WILL REMAIN OPEN FOR THE COMING PASSOVER HOLIDAYS WHICH COMMENCE Monday, April 3rd and Terminate April llth A WELL KNOWN CANTOR ASSISTED BY AN ORGANIZED CHOIR WILL OFFICIATE DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED OFFERS A COMPLETE Pasgover Holiday Unsurpassed in detail of preparation — service—cuisine refinement and hospitality. Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner, as well as ala carte service, will be served each day during Passover. Morton S. Fagan Management 1 Sadtr Ritual will be conducted on both nights by Louis Hayman Golden-Voiced Tenor of BETH DAVID WATCH This Space



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J-AGE EIOHT THE Jiuv.it. LDlAXi FRIDAY, MARCH 24 1939 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi— 497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and 5:30 p. m. Sabbath Services — Saturday morning at 8:30. Junior Congregation Services— Saturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew 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 In keeping with tradition of our pulpit to stimulate youth in Jewish leadership and religious activity, jwe extend our greetings to A. Z. A., (the Junior B'nai B'rith) at their observance of "Annual A. Z. A. Sabbath" and gladly grant permission to them to occupy the pulpit. Irving Ginsburg. a young man of sixteen, will chant the entire •Maariv Service and the members of the local A. Z A., will read the prayers. Ted Plant will speak briefly on the "Aims of A. Z. A." He will be presented by Oscar RappaportThe guest speaker at our services Friday evening at 8:15 will be Rabbi Abraham A Kellner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, who will discuss the subject "Today and Tomorrow." Rabbi Kellner gladly accepted the invitation extended to him by Rabbi M. Shapir 0 with an enthusiasm rjhat redounds to the great unity that exists among Rabbis and congregations in the Greater Miami areaWe are delighted to have him with us. SABBATH SERVICES During the services this coming Saturday morning at 9:00, Jack, the son of Mrs. Ida Marcus, will become "Bar Mitzvah." Friends are asked to be present and participate in the ceremony and kiddu^h. We are indeed happy to note the steady large attendance at the Junior services every Saturday morning at 10:30. Would that parents and adults display a little more interest in this service and the many other religious activities for the inspiration derived would perhaps make the parents ami adults conscious of their many responsibilities to "God. Israel and the Torah." We comment highly the splendid services of Mrs. Louis Hartz who conscientiously serves the children at a kiddush after the prayers every Saturday morningMay she continue to do so for many years to come. C.ALA PROGRAM The synagogue was crowded to capacity last Sunday evening at the ceremony of the "Burning of Beth David's Mortgage." Congratulatory messages were received from different organizations in the ad u <: —at with the redemption of the mortgage the institution needs all the more, their material and spiritual support. \\ e shall be able to further the scope of religious activity through the enhancement and enlargement of both Synagogual and Tamud Torah aspects. UNVEILING The unveiing of a monument in memory of the late Anna Benjamin Greenberg will take place this coming Sunday afternoon at the City Cemetery at 2:00 p m sharp. As a tribute to her momery and for her accomplishments, friends are asked to be present at the unveiling. CONGRATULATIONS We express our most sincere felicitations to Anna Brenner Mankes at her engagement May our Father in Heaven bestow His choicest blessings upon her. for *he is indeed a most devoted and loyal daughter in Israel. SO GIETY TO HOLD CARD PARTY The Beth Jacob Sisteiho.nl will sponsor a bridge party at the Wil liam Penn Hotel. Wednesday afternoon .March 29th at 2:00 p. m Tickets may be purchased from any member of the committee; Mrs. A. J. Tobin and Mrs. J Wolkowsky. co-chairmen, assisted by the Mesdames Berow, Gottesman. Wucher. Koretsky. M. Kreiger and B. H. London. All members and friends are invited to attend as the proceeds will go towards the Hebrew School and Synagogue SAVE with SAFETY WB. 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Dr. A. Wolf son spoke, after which he introduced Rev. Miles D. Blanchard.; chairman of the American League j for Peace and Democni v spoke with eloquence ana „• %  •: tion about Democracy versus Ps cism. Next Saturday ,,f the Group will meet in place. Mr. A. S. Teppt-r of >;„,! and Washington will gpeal • [)Z tatorship and Free Spei h Gea. eral discussion will f I DR. CHAS. BECKWITT OI'TOMETKIM Over to Years In Miami Ejestraln can (taw hen. \r. I ALAMAC HOTEL Collins and I3tl Miami Reach These ROKEACH Household Products, which help to keep your home Kosher ami Spotless, are also KOSHER for PASSOVER ROKEACH ROSHKR SCOl RING POWDER ROKOH—For Porcelain, Enamel and Tile ROKEACH SILVER POLISH ROKEACH KOSHER SOAP— in Cartons ROKEACH POLISH POWDER ROKEACH KOSHER Aluminum Cleanser At All Groceries I. ROKEACH & SONS, INC., BROOKLYN, N. T.



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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1939 PAGE FIVE BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 625 Michigan Avenue •Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor ilu Michigan Avt-tiuo 'I'hone ..-::ui.i SYNAGOGUE SERVICES Paily Shachriss at 7:00 and at a, in.; Mincha from 5:45 to ;1 p. m.; Maariv at 6:45 p. m.; bath: Friday evening at 6:45 i.; Saturday morning at 7:00 ,i 9:00 a. m-; Saturday afterat 6:45 p. m. BAR MITZVAH Bar Mitzvah ceremony of ard Baskin will take place Saturday morn'ing. The boy .leliver a speech. Rabbi MesLUBER'S LONDON ARMS HOTEL 727 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH DINING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC for PASSOVER HOLIDAYS Reservations Necessary j SEDARS PERFORMED BY j REV. H. GOLD j %  HAKE RESERVATIONS NOW I I I i i I FOR SEDARS 3Y WEEK — BY MEAL REASONABLE RATES cheloff will addres the Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Mamches will chant the service. Rabbi Mescheloff will also speak on "The Portion of the Week" at Shalosh S'oodoss. STUDY OF CODES Week days between Mincha and Maariv services—from 5:15 to 5:45 Rabbi Mescheloff discusses the Laws of Passover. The public is welcome. The course is given in English. SISTERHOOD BRIDGE The Sisterhood will conduct the second Sisterhood Bridge of the •season on Wednesday. March 29th at 2:00 p. m.. in the beautiful dirr ing room of the William Penn Ho tel. Washington Avenue and Seventh Street. Miami Beach. There will be all sorts of games played; prizes given, and refreshments served. The committee is working to make this party a memoriable one. One the committee are Mesdames A J. Tobin and J. Wulkowsky. co-chairmen, assisted by Mesdames Berow, Gottesman. Wucher. Koretsky. Kreiger and Mrs. B H. London. Women are Mrs. B. H London. Wome nare urged to purchase tickets and to bring their neighbors and friendsProceeds will go to the support of the synagogue and Hebrew School Remember the date, time and place! Be there'. Gel Your Delicious Dairy Products STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER -.!M-ui,l P'*a uo P* S H people of Miami, no' by promising FROM The Seaboard Sanitary Dairy Miami's Only Jewish Dairy 3S80 N. W. 46th STREET PHONE 8-2211 Kashrus under the supervision of RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER ; AMERICA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL 5REYHOUND TRACK GREYHOUND RACING NIGHTLY POST TIME: 8:15 P. M .RiL„..i...lio.\ COURSES courses in English are given at ur synagogue every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 8:30 to :00. Courses are led by Mrs. I. Levin and are sponsored by the local chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women. All adult men and women are welcome and invited. CONVENTION WELCOME Our Rabbi and Cantor, officers and members of our synagogue cordially welcome the Rabbis and Presidents, their wives and friends who will be meeting in Greater Miami in the first annual conven tion of Rabbis and Presidents of Greater Miami. In view of the fact that the distinguished visitors will stay in a Vliami Beach hotelwe cordially iffer the services of our synagogue to them all. We can be "cached at the synagogue which is at Washington Avenue and Third Street by phone 5-0766; the Rabbi's home phone is 5-1328; the President's home phone is 5-2540. Don't hesitate to call! We wish our visitors successful -essiuns of activity for the benefit of our communities and our people. We wish them as well, a nleasant stay in our community. HABANOTH MEET The Miami Beach Habanoth will oieet as usual gt 7:30 p. m, at '.he synagogue under the sponsorship of Mrs G. I. Mills. Plans for a Passover celebration will be discussed. We welcome into the unit the new members who joined at the last meeting. BOY SCOUTS MEET At the last week's meeting a number of Boy Scouts passed various Scout tests and were given the dates of further examinations. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday night at 8:00 p m. The troop is under the direction of Attorney A. L. Mechlowitz. MINNIONAIRES With regret we see two active members of our Millionaires, the Spector brothers, return home. We F*J^JST BROS R*£ ** %  /* thm BEST.' sfc; \* f •'' shall look forward to their return next season. At the last meeting Rabbi Mescheloff addressed the members. Plans for an affair to be held about April 18th were discussed. The Minnionaires meet every Sunday morning to conduct their own minyoiY which is followed by a communal breakfast served by the Sisterhood. Social anil cultural meetings are held Wednesday, nights at 7:30 p. m. The club is open to all young men between the ages of 13 and 18. JEWISH JUNIORS A special meeting of the Jewish Juniors was held Thursday night to complete plans for their next affair The Jewish Juniors meet every other Tuesday night at 9:00 p. ni to conduct their regular business meetings and cultural forums. The organization welcomes members between the ages of 18 and 30. .. RABBI SPEAKS Rabbi Mescheloff addressed the meeting of the local chapter of i the National Council of Jewish Women this Friday afternoon at 2:00 p. m.. on the subject "God in History." The meeting was presided over by Mrs. R. Weinstein. CANTOR'S CONCERT SUCCESS The annual concert conducted by our Cantor. Maurice Mamches last Sunday night was very successful. A large attendance thronged the synagogue to hear the Cantor sing operatic classical, liturgical. Hebrew and Yiddish melodies. Mrs. Eleanore Clarke Linton. noted pianist, accompanied the Cantor, and played a number of piano selections. Professor Leo Portnoff ir PAYS TO GET THE BEST Black Sand, Muck, Marl or Mixed Sc'.l, $1.00 a yard. Cow Manure, 3 bags $1.00 Phono 4-4804. Agent will call. played a number of original violin selections which were most enthusiastically received Rabbi Mescheloff served as master of ceremonies. Refreshments were served at the close of the concert. MODEL SEDER Plans for a model seder tc be conducted by the children ol our Religious School are being completed. The children are being taught many Passover melodies together with the study of Passover Laws, the Haggaddah, the Kiddush, r'eer Kashess, etcLargest attendance last Sunday was that of Mrs. Eeldman's class Perfect attendance was attained by Mrs. Gnet's and Miss Sniff's classes. MECHIRASS ( HOMETS In accordance with Jewish law all manners of leaven and vessels used for leaven are to be disposed of for the period 0 f Passover. This can be done by selling the Chometz through the Rabbi. Rabbi Mescheloff can be seen about Mechirass Chometz at the synagogue every morning until 9:30; afternoons from 4:00 to 7:00 p. Bland at his home from 2:00 to 4:00 o'clock. V bervinqf *? Florida's Finest American-Jewish Dinner" ST. REGIS RESTAURANT 44 6 COLLSN/ AV-CA| AAIAMI ~ -A BEACH Do You Own Your Home? 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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLOklDlA FRIDAY, MARCH 2j 1939 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 8. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3 5192 ANNUAL HABANOTB AFFAIR Sunday evening, March 20, Will mark the first anniver-ary of last year's glorious celebration when the Miami Chapter of Habanoth presented our Congregation with a Safer Torah That young group hni since that time grown into three successful and progressive groupsJoining hands in common endeavor, the Buds comprising the younger girlbetween the ages of and 12 the girls of the Blue and White whose members arc between 12 and 14 and the Habanoth Debs, a group of girls who are 14 j and up are offering an unusual! treat to tinpeople of our community in the nature of a I'urim | PsMover performance which will take place at the Y. M HA.. 1".ast has contributed So much to •he success of the movement in thil area. Tickets are priced most reasonably and are available at the door and the entire proceeds go towards a worthy and unique project. RABBINICAL CONFERENCE TO MEET We extend a hearty welcome and sincere greetings to the Rabbis and Presidents of the respective communities of this state who will convene in our city on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday of next week. The climax of the conference will be held next Monday evening, March 27th when a mass neeting arid public reception will take place in the Synagogue of EMBASSY RESTAURANT AND KOSHER DELICATESSEN 169 Northwest Fifth Street ANNOUNCES THEIR OPENING FRIDAY UNDER THE NEW MANAGEMENT OF MR. I. J. GOLDEN FORMERLY MILLARD RESTAURANTMIAMI BEACH THE NASH HOTEL j 1120 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH j Cordially Invite You to Spend Your Passover j Holidays With L's in Our Dining Room, { where Homelike Atmosphere prevail I Cantor L. Goldberg Will Officiate DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED F< )i; CHOH I'A< '< '< AI MODATIONS EARLY RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED PHONE 5-4641 i To Make Sure It's REALLY GOOD Demand AUGUST BROS. DELICIOUS PRODUCTS A complete line of Almond and Cocoanut Macaroons, Nut Cake, Sponge Cake Holiday Delicacies, all Reasonably priced. At all leading Delicatessen and Grocery Stores, or at Our Bakery. AUGUST BROS. che Miami Jewish Orthodox Con frregation. We cordially invite the entire Jewish community to attend this worthy function and greet il ion these distinguished out-oftown guests In conjunction with the presence of the Rabbis and Presidents in our community, ar raflfementi are being made tertain socially the wiveof r visitors. Chairman of the tion committee in charge of is Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner. CARD CAME IS HUGE SU< < ESS The card party held in the H %  Astor Tuesday, March 21st, ing acclaimed a social and financial sue ess. We take this means „f extending <>ur sincere thankto the ownerMr. D Rosner whose gracious cooperation is fully BP' predated. The two chairmen of this most successful affair were Mrs. LPalloB and MrsH. Shulman. M \ZEL TOY It is with a genuine spirit of rejoicing that we greet two families of our congregation upon the be trothal of their children. Our sin cere congratulations and Maze! Tov are extended to Dr. and Mrs. ('has. Tannenhaum on the engagement of their daughter, Alberta, to Mi William Pallot, son of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Pallot. BEST WISHES We extend best wishes to 0 "' dear sister, Mrs. Max Mintzer for a complete and speedy recovery from the injuries sustained in a recent automobile accident. PASSOVER LAWS The coming of the Passover holiday brings in its wake many prob-; lems and difficulties which no conj scicntious Jewish person can afford to ignore Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will be glad to be of service and will be in his study at home in the mornings and in the synagogue from 3:30 p. m., till after Maariv, for the purpose of answering inquiries and also to conduct the sale of Chometz. JEWISH RADIO HOUR This Sunday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock over Station WIOD, the weekly Jewish Radio Hour will be conducted by several out of town guest Rabbis and we urge our many friends to tune in and listen to their timely messages. VI e re port with justifiable pleasure the numerous calls that both the station and our Rabbi received in praise of last week's program. WOLPERT'S FURNITURE BARGAINS! Wo Refuse To Be Undersold 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 Glassbnrg and Charlene Fudenburg. The social commute j. completing plans for a wei ne roast to be held Sunday ,g. St. Petersburg Beach. Miss Toby Rathblatt was hos• the Missel Beth Winston. laurel Dozier and Stella Kaufman of Miami Beach, over the week end The girls were here to attend the first National Student Governi vention. Vincent Sugar man. t of Miami Beach High School, was also here to attend the convention. The Jewish Youth Coi i| vrii meet Thursday evening at lemplt Beth El. The St. Petersburp A. Z. Asojourned t,, T \ iK week to play a basketba gamt and were beaten by a closi Sunday evening at Temple Beth. El, MrThomas Nugent gave an illustrated lei ture on his trip around the world. Sevi ral new members were welcomed into the Ladies Auxiliary md Aid Society n f Congregation B'nai Israel last Tuesday evening. Plans for a rummage sale. Russian tea and card party were completed. Mrs. BCarroll and Mrs D. Goldberg were host< sses al Sunday's card party. From Tampa for the k-end came Louis Morris. Irving -..Willie Oster and Solly K r The Young Judeanskating party Thursday The next meeting was hThursday evening at Congregat B'nii IsraelMr. and Mrs. Jack Wise spent the day in St Petersburg with Mrs rVise'j parents. • • • L Voung won third place in the Irving Batchellor essay contest on notable personalities in Florida history sponsored by Rollins Col lege. • • • The H. SI). Club has completed their constitution. New members welcomed into the club Tuesday evening were the Misses Shirley WE ARE THE ONLY exclusively JEWISH FUNERAL HOME IX THE OREATI. MIAMI AREA Phone 3-3431 i GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FUNERAL HOMEl I I | 710 S. W. 12th Avenne Announcing the Opening of Our STRICTLY KOSHER RESTAURANT FOR THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS SAMUEL LEVINE'S KOSHER RESTAURANT 140 WASHINGTON AVENUE—MIAMI BEACH UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE WELL KNOWN CANTOR R.S. SILVER HAKE Y(HR RESERVATION NOW WITH S. LEVINE CANTOR R. SILVER >; Firs! St. r_>i Collins Are Miami Beach Apt -J. Miami Bee* • j 361 S. W. 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FR IDAY, MARCH 24, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wJewisti f/orHdi&m PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2978 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue 1 J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor -J FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Kntered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Office at OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION c!v Months FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1939 VOLUME 12— NUMBER 12 SO G1ETY REGULAR MEETING HELD The rejrular meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Group of Hadassah was held March 16th at the An-Nell Hotel. Miami Beach, with Miss Lillian Chisling presiding in the absence of Miss Beatrice Golderfblank. The business meeting was followed by a reading by Ruth Kendel, and a talk by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman on the "Economic Absorptive Ca pacity in Palestine." RUSSIAN PICTURE HERE "A Greater Promise," Soviet movie starting Wednesday at the Cameo Theatre, is dedicated to the Soviet workers responsible for the upbuilding of this Jewish Province in the U. S. S. R. The picture shows the transformation of Birobidjan from an uivlilled, uninhabited region to a flowering, populous state. tingencyThe task is great, and the burden tremendous. Compassion is not enough. Now is the time for support and loyalty, not the time to hesitate, and not the time to doubt. We must take courage in the thought of the great heroism of i the Yishuv, and stand by them un daunted and steadfast in the strength of our conviction: THE REBUILDING OF A JEWISH HOMF.LAND, not only as a land of refuge, but as a symbol for the preservation of Jewry and Juda ism. our people. Resetlement of refugees is a vital problem today. B'NAI B'RITH BRIEFS BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL The local Nazi problem should be coped with on an intelligent basisBlowing off steam and giving vent to one's feelings accomplishes exactly nothing—and as a matter of fact operates as a "boomerang," giving added momentum to the opposition stirred up by un-Americaivi.-m and Nazi propaganda. Wisdom and foresight should govern our actions— not animal instincts. HADASSAH THE HEALING OF THE DAUGHTER OF MY PEOPLE (By Frieda I.utsky) ANTI-SEMITISM With Nazi legions goosestepping relentlessly across the map i Europe, crushing any small nation that stands in the path of 'heir brutal iorward march and trying to establish a foothold in the stronghold of Democracythe United States, the concept of a people without a political entity of their own is becoming : imiliar to every one. The Jews of Palestine, the pioneers who have been rebuilding their ancient home in Eretz Israel, are in this anomalous portion of living in a land to which they have a historic right, where they have achieved economic predominance, but where they do not as yet have a say in theshaping of political policies. Surrounded by exhibits of great and independent nations, the Palestine Pavilion will =tand at the Fair as proof to all the world through the storms and perils of the present day the Jews of Palestine continue their work of rehabilitating a land where thousands of their brethren will one day find refuge. The Czechs, whose modern independence is even younger than the Balfour Declaration, are also in that situation. Tomorrow, if the democracies do not proceed vigorously with their movement to stop Hitler, other nations may die, leaving their people under foreign rule on their own land. Yet the living spirit of such peoples survives, expressing itself in the maintenance of national traditions and cultureJewry of Florida have from time to time witnessed incidents savoring of Nazi origin or instigation with the cry of \nti-Semitism as the cure-all of all existing evils and but last week Miami was the scene of such a spectacle. While we must t-ike cognizar.ee of everything that happens no one minor incident by anv one small group should cause a wave of hysteria among th,. open FOR THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS A prominent Cantor will conduct the Sedar in the True Traditional Manner.—Moderate Rates. Kashrus Endorsed by the Orthodox Rabbinate. RESERVATIONS ADVISABLE Wm. PENN HOTEL I Washington Avenue and 8th Street Phone 8-330* j



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*Jemsti Floridiai in CotmwHG The Jhewiislh HJnity VOLUME 12.—NO. 12. MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS BRITISH GOVERNMENT TO DELHI ANNOUNCEMENT OF PALESTINE POLICY London, (WNS Palcor Agency) The recent events in Central Eu.pe have so completely changed j %  picture of the international Ituation that the British Governlent now feels it advisable to do iy final formulation of its new olicy for Palestine, it was anuiinced. The Government's origi: ] intention had been to announce policy in the House of Comma this week; but the compli|i itiona created by the loosing upon ternational scene of hundreds of thousands of new refuses from Nazi barbarism have itated renewed consideration i f the various points involved, particularly that of immigration. is now considered probably that itGovernment will delay aniiuncement of its policy until afr Easter. A communication addressed by k>. Weizmann to Colonial Secreary Malcolm Mac-Donald as Chairnan of the Conference on Palesline stated: "The Jewish delegationhaving farefully considered the proposals nmmunicated t 0 it by the British orernment, regrets that it is unkble to accept them as a basis for Agreement and has accordingly Decided to be dissolved." 1-ondon, (WNS Palcor Agency) The ultimate objective of the ritish Government proposals for solution of the' Palestine problem, as made public to the Arab and Jewish delegations, will h e an Independent State of Palestine. neither Arab nor Jewish but possibly Federal The British plan involves a minority status for the lews of Palestine and restriction rf Jewish immigration anil bind Palis t 0 Jews. A provision of the 'an is that the Jewish National Home is to be safeguarded. The fndependent State is to be preced•d by a transitional period which has not been fixed exactly, but %  which the Government hopes will In' ten years, if Jewish cooperation %  an b.. secured in that time. Great Britain plans not to relinquish her •aponsibility for Palestine unless fitch cooperation is achieved. Meanwhile, as soon as order has een restored in Palestine. Jewish Imd Arab representatives are to he added to both the Advisory and Ihe Executive Councils; and these |*ep>-esentatives are to be named y the Government acording to the espective proportions of the Jewph and Arab populations. The overnment expresses the hope at after two years these repre^ntatives will be elected by the tizens of Palestine themselves, he High Commissioner, according the proposals, will have special krers for prohibiting and regu]ting the zones for purchase of Jid by the Jews. |ln general the substance of the oposals is as foreshadowed. Jewimmigration into Palestine is [be limited to 75.000 during the i five years, and thereafter ^ther immigration is to depend ^B the acquiescence of the Arabs. %  Specifically, the plan provides for 10,000 immigrants annually during the next five years, with an additional 25,000 refugees to be allowed to enter at any time provided they can be easily absorbed. Special measures design ed to stop illegal immigration are to be adopted. After hearing the proposals both the Jewish and the Arab delega tions indicated that they would in all likelihood reject them. For the Arabs, the fact that the indepeiv dent Arab State that they have demanded is not to materialize is in itself sufficient cause for rejection. In addition, they have repeatedly insisted that all Jewish immigration and all sales of land to Jews must be prohibited, and they are not inclined to be satisfied with the restrictions that have been placed on the activitiesFor the Jews, the most evil feature of the Government plan is that the Jewish population will not have any possibility of exceeding one third of the entire population of Palestine, and that it will thus constitute a permanent minority. Th>' arbitrary restriction of immigration, instead of its regulation on the absorptive capacity of the country, and the necessary minority status indicated for them on the representative councils are the two basic points for opposition. The Government position is that the new proposals contain distinct concessions to both the Jewish and *he Arab representatives' The Government remains firm in its intention announced a week ago that if even in the light of such conies sions no agreement can be reached by the delegates of the two sections of Palestine's population, the Government will thereupon impose its own policy without then necessarily granting the new concessions, which it is offering only in the hope of arriving at a solution agreed to by ho*h sides. FLORIDIANS TO PARTICIPATE IN LAYMENS TOUR Announcement of prominent Floridians as members of a Nation al "Committee of One Hundred" to participate in the Union of American Hebrew Congregations' Tour of more than 300 cities in the United States and Canada has just been made. The Tour, April 5th to May 21th, will begin early in April in San Francisco. Members of the National Committee from Florida who will ask for increased personal service to Democracy and Judaism are: Jacksonville: Alexander Brest Joseph M. Gli ksteinMrs. Leonard Grunthal and Mrs. Israel Kaplan. Miami: Isaac Levin and Mrs Milton P Travers. Pensacola: Max L. Bear. Montrose Edrehi and Mrs. Miriam F. Frank. Tampa: Sol Jacobs. Ernest Maas and Mrs. Daniel Ra-helson. West Palm Beach: Jack Fein and Mrs Carl N. Herman. Tour meeting' in Florida wil' take place in Jacksonville, Miami Pensacola. Tampa and West Palm Beach. A. Z. A. Observes National Sabbath Rabbis and Presidents Will Conven i The annual \. Z. A.. Junior Order of B'nai B'rith. Sabbath held the last Friday of every March throughout the United States and Canada, will be celebrated locally at the Beth David Synagogue this Friday evening at 8:16 p. m with members of the organization par ticipating. Teddy Plant will pica,' the sermon on "The Bright Sid* of Life." Other A. Z A. member-who will take part arc: Oscar Rap paport, Murry Dacks, Howard Schwartz, Aaron Goldstein, Mar TendrichLouis Aronovitz, Danny Richter, Al Kasanof, Frank Davis Irving Ginsburg. Rabbis MaxShapiro and Abraham AKellner will address the audience. All members and friends are invited. \ „ ORLANDO IS HOST TO ^ REFUGEE CONFERENCE With one hundred and seventy delegates present, the Florida state meeting of the Resettlement Division of the National Coordinating Committee, Inc., was held Sunday, March 19th in the lounge room of the San Juan Hotel in Orlando. Florida. The morning session was open ed by Rabbi Morris A. Skop who gave the invocation followed by a brief address by Alexander Brest. Florida State chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, of Jacksonville; who then introduced Ernest Mass of Tampa who presided dur ing the morning session, and gave a resume of the importance of the Refugee situation and problems. Mr. Arthur Adams. Southern representative of the U. J. A spoke on the Refugees and Overseas Needs, after which Harold S. Cohn managing editor of the Jacksonville Journal, gave a brilliant and stirring address on the "Responsibilities of American Jewry to the Refugees." Mr. Alexander Brest was host at a buffet lunch eon for the delegates. Mr. Baron de Hirsch Meyer Of Miami, opened and presided at tb. afternoon session. He Introduced Dr. Samuel C Kohs, field directo' Resettlement Div-NC who gave a complete, detailed and compre herisive picture of the refugees Ir the United States. After Dr Koh's talk, a discussion period followedafter which plans for refugee settlement were presented. The Resolutions Committee presented their report which was unanimously adopted and referred to the seven regional districts that were formed in the State of Florida. Mr. Alexander Brest was named chairman of the Executive Committee. A comnlete list of the members of the Executive Committee together with the Reeiona' Chairmen and their committees will be announced in next week's issueFor the first time in the history of the State of Florida, all of the Rabbis serving congregations, and Presidents of Jewish congregations sessions on Sunday, Monday and session on Sunday. Monday and Tuesday, March 2dth through March 28th, 1989. called for the nirpose of emphasizing the primicy of religion and democracy in lewish life, and for the purpose if translation of Jewish ideals nto the lives of adherents, through •he unified efforts of Rabbis and ay leaders in the State. The Rabbis and lay lead %  rs will hold separate sessions for specific planning and will climax their convention by a joint public meeting on Monday evening. Mali h 27th, when a representative if the Rabbinical group, and a representative of the officers of congregations will present the results ind the resolutions formulated at 'heir meetings. This public meet ing will he held at the Miami Jew \h Orthodox Congregation. 154" Southwest Third Street, Miami, or March 27th at 8:00 p. m. The program for the conventior follows: Sunday evening, March 26th at 8:00 p. m., at the Clay Hotel. Mi ami Beach, a reception for Rabbis. Presidents and their wives will be tendered by the local spiritual and 'ay leaders. Monday morning at 10:00 a. m.. separate sessions of Rabbis and Presidents, at the Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach. Monday afternoon, joint sessions if Presidents and Rabbis. Monday evening. March -7th at 8:00 p. m public mass meeting at Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 1545 Southwest Third Street. The public is cordially invited to attend this meeting. Tuesday morning, March 28th, address by Dr. George A. Barton, world famous archeologist, and former director of the American School of Oriental Research, at Temple Israel, 137 Northeast 19th Street. The Rabbis of the State who will attend the convention are: Rabbi Manuel Greenstein, Rabbi Sidney M. Bogner, Rabbi M. Friedman, Rabbi MD. Eichom, Rabbi Adolph Burger. Rabbi Carl N. Herman, Rabbi H. G Horowitz. Rabbi Pizer Jacobs. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Israel Kaplan. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner, Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeldi Rabbi Morris DMargolis, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Rabbi David I,. Zielonka, Rabbi P. Zissman and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Receptions, sightseeing tours and luncheons have also been planned by the Miami convention committees. Mr. Isaac I-evin, Mr. M. J. Kopelowitz. Mr. MB. Frank and Mr. H. M. Drevich are the presidents of Miami's congregations, and wilT serve as the board of arrangements, together with the Rabbis of Greater Miami. Mrs. M P. Travers, Mrs. Harry Oliphant. Mrs. B. H. London and Mrs. Ida Ruckstein. presidents of the Sisterhoods in Greater Miami, will serve together with Mrs. J. H. Kaplan. Mrs. M Shapiro. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff and Mrs. A. AKellner as the entertainment committee for visiting delegates. BRITAIN TO AID Federation Issues CZECH REFUGEES. Welfare Funds London, (WNS) The British Government is consulting with oth er governments on the new refugee problem created by German o 'upation of Bohemia and Moravia ind will do "whatever they can to mitigate the consequences of recent events." Foreign Secretary Viscount Halifax said ir; a statement to the House of Commons. Tn recent weeks, according to the Foreign Secretary, migration of


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14J' ^9*>B'Bitt5W(^sa— : t i!'V!**"* ?ikT'?' %  "^"SHiT-'*•*** klDAY, MARCH 24, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A ZWITMAN (996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 B80 N IC. 31st St.—2-9511 MIAMI BEACH MIAM| er or both or the Rnbbls will be In the Tempi* every morning : may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewla imu. nity, or yur peisonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic learlnf and advice, and, tl lie** to say. each matter will be held In confidence. CONGREGATIONAL ;>n not withdraw thyself from i ongregation."—Hillelgular services will be held at pie Israel Friday evening -'"•th. 1089 at 8:15 p. in. Dr. H. Kaplan will speak on the! : "Isaac M. Wise, Founder' Reform Judaism in America."; services will be conducted, Rabbi f'olman A. Zwitman. reception for worshippers will tendered by the Sisterhood, afservices. SSOVER SEDER PLANNED. a result of the numerous fav-1 ;. le comment after last year's; cugational Seder, conducted ur Rabbis, a similar event is %  ft arranged for the first night Passover. Monday evening. Srd, 1939 at 6:30 o'clockSeder will he conducted by Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi -Kin A. Zwitman, and will have Frank A. Pearlman and Mrs. nk Coret in charge of arrange:< The meal will be catered prominent restaurateur, who • served the Temple at its prevfunctions during the past two ".enervations may be obtained j ontacting either of the coi.rmen or by mailing a check • -tly to the Temple office, at rate of $2.50 per person for —.pie members. Reservations for (iren may be arranged for $1-75 Members and friends of the Temple are cordially invited to this Congregational annual event, and are urged to send in their reservations before Friday. March 31st RELIGIOUS SCHOOL 'Tpon the children of the schools, does all the world depend." —talmud. (Tracdale Sabbath 119b) At the Religious School assembly of this coming Sunday, March 2f.th, a program modeled after the "Information, Please" and "Professor Quiz" types of radio presentation, will be given, by Mr. .1. Leonard's High School Class 3. Questions relating to the work of several classes will be asked of the children, and prizes awarded. At last Sunday's Religious School Assembly a program on the Biblical era, entitled "When the Jewish People Was Young." was presented by MrsWeinstein's class. Intermediate 4. The cast included Billy Rubin. Gerald Gordon. Gilbert Friedman. Harold Weinberg. Lawrence Adler. Mona Pastroff. Alan Cohen and Harris Klein. The birthdays of Felicia Orovitz, Phylis Rosenthal, Theodore Hyman and Gladys Wolfe were celebrated. RADIO The Jewish Hour, conducted by the Rabbinical Association o f Greater Miami, will have as its speakers Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi Zwitman, this Sunday afternoon at JEWISH WELFARE BUREAU ACTIVITIES R. R. ADLER, President MRS. SADYE G. ROSE. Executive Secretary MRS. HARRIET EPPSTEIN, Case Worker The transient is one of the major concerns of the Bureau. Miami, because of its healthful climatic conditions attracts people from all over the nation, hoping that the sunshine will do for them what the medical profession have been unable to effect. Many come here on money loaned to them from relatives and friends. Some sell their personal belongings for their transportation and livelihood, others come with their dear ones who are ill, hoping that they can secure employment and in that way maintain themselves and give to the member of their family that i* ill the climatic change generally recommended by their physician. After they have exhausted their resources and find that they have no further borrowing capacity and are unable to secure employment they turn to the Bureau for aid. The Bureau in all cases verifies their statements by contacting their relatives in their home town through the Social Agency in that city. It very often becomes necessary to give the family sufficient funds for the necessities of life, shelter, food and medical care as to return them to their Northern home would prove fatal. In the case of Mr. and Mrs. X who came to Miami with their tw 0 children of school age. Mrs. X having a very bad case of arthritis and bedridden. Mr. X had some money when they reached hereHe had hoped to secure employmentThe family are now in Miami a number of months. He has been unable to secure employment though he is a conscientious, earnest man, willing t 0 accept any 3:00 o'clockThe subject they will discuss will be "The Meaning of Liberty" The musical selections will be rendered by Rosemary Gerson, accompanied by Anne Laurie Lee. ommended by the doctor in charge that he be placed in a berth and remain there until he reached his destination. It was necessary for him to have nursing care on the way home which the Bureau also supplied. The Transient that comes to our attention does not always present a health problem, very often it is the request for transportation, legal advice or social service. type of work that would give him a livelihood to remain here so that his wife can possibly regain her "" %  %  "*"" %  •"-—————-—————— health in this climate, but to date C1 OA f n fifi f\(\ „„ \ „-.„ has not been fortunate -.* 1,U l b UJ HI1 ACre in securing work. It is therefore necessary for us to supply the family with funds t 0 shelter and feed them and give medical care to Mrs. X until such time as either Mr. X secures employment or the weather in their home city becomes stabilized so that they can return home. Sometimes the sunshine does not effect the cure so often anticipated or hoped for and the individual becomes seriously ill. Mr. H., a man of very religious convictions came to Miami with a very serious cardiac conditionHe grew acutely ill and in order to save his life it was necessary to rush him to the hospital, place him in an oxygen tfnt and give him private nursing. He had left his wife and six young children in a Northern city. They were being maintained through the benefits of a UnionThe Union was unable to meet the expenditure incurred here. The Bureau paid for his hospitalization and as soon as it was possible for him to make the journey it was recOIL LANDS AND LEASES In Monroe County, where oil well drilling near Pinecrest, 4K miles west of Miami. Some tracts 4 miles from oil well. IVAR AXELSON 522 Seybold Bldg. Phone 3-4190 FRANK'S FINE FOODS 151 West 41st Street Miami Beach PHONE 5-5171 1 He Happy to Supply Four Complete PASSOVER NEEDS \\ USE •" "H'OTvTE MILK" KOSHER PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS Just as you enjoy our Dairy Products throughout the year, you will appreciate its high quality during the PassI over, when these delicious and wholesome necessities will [be made available to the Jews of Dade and Broward | counties. It is entirely in the spirit of service rather than v.ith %  the idea of profit, that the convenience of Kosher Passover %  Dairy Products is offered to you. This service is an appreiation of the Jewish patronage received by us throughout he year. Every letter and principle of Jewish Dietary Laws is observed with a Mashgiach in residence at the dairy. All religious requirements are under the supervision of: RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach RABBI ABRAHAM KELLNER Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation ORDER NOW CALL, WRITE OR PHONE J ome Milk Producers Association T h HELENE HOTEL 1030 FIFTEENTH STREET MIAMI BEACH IS NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS PHONE 5-5891 -•• AS USUAL THE ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN 170 Northwest Fifth Street WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY PASSOVER WANT! A complete line of Manischewitz, Goodman, London Horowits-Margareten and Streit Matzos Matzo Products, Noodles, Coffees, Teas, Sugar, Prunes Nuts, Spices, Vinegar, Nya Fat The Finest Kosher Passover Wines IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC 69 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-7696 Miami 813 Los Olas Blvd. Phone 613 Fort Lauderdale H. Palmer CANDIDATE FOR CITY COMMISSION j Says: The Registration Books are Now Open! I Visit the City Clerk's I Office Today! j BB SIRE TO REGISTER! THEN MAY SECOND VOTE FOR Sid H. Palmer Your City Commissioner WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE DAIRY PRODUCTS Strictly Kosher for Passover Under the Supervision of RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach RABBI ABRAHAM A KELLNER of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation GRADE "A" MILK—SWEET BUTTER—SWEET CREAM — SOUR CREAM — COTTAGE CHEESE AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICES NOTIFY OUR ROUTE MAN OR PHONE US