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The Jewish Floridian ( 24 1939 )

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* 'Jewish Fiendlam w COMBINE Ylhe JieWHStl IUttlBity P9 VOL. 12— NO. 46 MIAMI. FLORIDA., FRIDAY. NOV. 24TH, 1939 PRICK 10 CENTS Zionists Elect Officers „ov At Large Meeting AI Over three hundred persons were present at the Cultural meeting jointly sponsored by the Greater Miami Zionist District and the Miami Chapter of Senidr Hadassah held Tuesday evening at the Victor Hotel. Guest speakers of the evening were Reverend Daniel Ivcrson, Minister. Shenandoah Presbyterian Church, and Mrs. Jo seph Ehrlich. national vice president of Hadassah. Following the cultural meeting, the Zionist District held their an nual election of officers. The nominating committee headed by Mr. Nahan Adelman and consisting of Mr. Harry Simonoff. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rabbi Colman A/.wit man and Mr. Meyer Schwartz, presented the slate which was unanimously accepted. Mr. Sidney ].. Segall was re-elected president; Mr. Harry Koretsky. first vicepresident; Mr. Irving Frankol. second vice-president; Mr. Fred K. Shochet. third vice president; Mr. Nathan Adelman. re-elected cor responding secretary; Mr. M. Scheinbaum, financial secretary; and Mr. Louis Gordon, re-elected treasurerElected to the adminis trative board were Messrs. Morris Alpert, Sam Blank, MJ. KopTHERE Rabbis Hold Holiday Services The annual Thanksgiving ser %  vices sponsored by the Rabbinical .„_„ .. „ .. .. .. .. I Association 1 of Greater Miami will Baron de Hirsch Meyer haa,j be held in the Miami Jewish Orcepted the leadershp of the .Miami ( thodox Synagogue. 1545 S. W. 3rd unit in Hi.I9S9 Christmas Seal Sale, i .. according to Harrj n ll.-. i-.i. iini. StreetMiami, Thursday, NovemThl her 30th at 11 a. m. The program includes the opening prayer byRabbi Moses Mcscheloff; vocal selection "God Bless America." Habanoth of Miami; presentation of Colors. Scout Troops of Y. M. H. A.; scriptural reading, Robbi Max Shapiro; vocal selection, Bin has Kohanim. Cantor Nathan Wroo bel; Thanksgiving address, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Mizmor I.. Sodah. Cantor Maurice Mamches; benediction. Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan; and vocal selections will be the thirty-third consecutive year that the nation-wide educational campaign against tuberculosis has been carried on by tuberculosis nsso. >ns, both state and local. -i.i. ksom illi NovemDer 18, %  %  Floi Ida holds tenth plai e among the nnl Ion's 18 stati a In moi tgagea on homes Insured bj the Federal Housing Administration during the flrsl eight ontha of this I %  -' to M. M. Parish, PHA state dire, tor. Florida's rank is both In the number of Insured mortgagee and In the dol. lar v olume. 'Whitepaper' Terms May Be Enforced Rabbi Abraham A. K liner will preside over the services. The public is cordially invited to attendSidney L. Segall re-elected President of Greater Miami Zionist District. SimonhoffLouis Wcir.'klc, Ixiuis elowitz. Stanley C. Meyers. V.. Albert I'allot. Leo Robinson, Meyer SchwarU Philip Segall. Harry Zeientz; M<**lames Lillian Simon(Coiitinui-d on Page 7) SYNAI : %  M SUE i >PENS I" IRS Tl' CHILLY CON'tlREaATIONALISTS Homi %  %  Hie, M iss. I I'.NSi — Holy Communion servcea of the Br Iway Hill Congregational Church America and Hatikvah. audience. hi -.were held In the hall of Temple R'nal B'rlth as a result of cold weather, n fault) heater, and s rabbi's imitation. More than 200 membera of the onal group, appearing it their church foi the services, found that the heating apparatus was not functioning and the building was cold. Rabbi Hyman J. Routtenberg of Temple B'nal B'rlth, just around the api • Ised the situation. Immediately offered the facilities ..f his temple. The offer was accepted by the Rev. William T. Howwho officiated at the service, baptised six children, and received a n< w member into the church. London (WNS)— The "Jewish Chronicle" declared editorially that the arrival in Ixindon of David ben Gurion, chairman <>f the Jewish Agency's Jerusalem Executive, is an indication that Agency lead ers are concerned with the immigration question. The Jewish Agency for Palestine will appeal to the British Government to delay action in carrying out the terms of the Palestine "White Paper", which plans to suspend Jewish immigration into the Holy Land for a period of <> months and also to stop further purchases of land. Meanwhile lien Gurion' is extensively discussing general Palestine problems with Dr. ( haim Weizmann anl has given the Agency leader a detailed report on the present situation in Palestine. B'nai B'rith Rushes Aid Washington (WNS)—In res ponse to art urgent plea for aid issued by the British Grand Lodge to B'nai B'rith headquarters in Washington, a draft for $3000 was immediately appropriated from BVai B'rith's Emergency Relief Fund, authorized by Henry Monsky. president of B'nai B'rith, and cabled to London this week. The $3000 was dispatched to Julius Schwab. president of District Grand Lodge No. 15, comprising the lodges and auxiliaries in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland, which initiated the program of refugee child care in England, and committed itself to the care of 900 of the 5000 children brought into the British Isles. Up to the outbreak of the war, the B'nai B'rith Council for Jewis Refugee Children in London had been spending in excess of $125,000 a year to maintain, house and educate these children in private homes, schools, and hostels, all of the funds having been contributed by the B'nai B'rith membership in Great BritainThe war. however, has impeded the refugee aid machinery in England because thousands of Jews, among them hundreds of members of B'nai B'rith. who had assumed financial responsibility for refugee children brought over before the war are now in the armed service of Britain and no longer in a position to meet their commitments to refugees. Rumania Fears Sovief" Invasion Floridians Chosen At Regional Meet Inspired by messages of hope I nor. of Nashville, Tenn.; and AI. Bucharest (WNS) — Rumania has withdraw almost all her troops from Bessarabia, which once belonged to Russia, believing this move offers a surer defense than if the area bristled with arms. The. possible invasion of Soviet troops into this province, however, hangs over Rumania like a nightmare. Competent sources said the withdrawal was made because the Bessarataan plains would be difficult to defend. Rumanian officials meanwhile ordered evacuation of citizens into the interior. Bessarabi,,.... „„„„i„,„,i i '/.• %  lek, Tan.i.a, and Beth Israel, WMI an towns are thickly populated p.,,,,, v „,. h with Jews living in abject poverty! and unimaginable misery. ThousFLOR1DA USADERS APPOINTED TO X : A. II. '. RBulUNAL %  '•' IMMITTEE OF 100" Florida American Jewish leaden have been appointed to the Union of American llel.rew Congregations' "Committee of 100" for Raigon it which Includes Alabama, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, and South Carolina, according to an announce. Hunt just made at Cincinnati headquarters of the Union. Kloii.la members of the "Committee of i"" for Region .1 Include. Jacksonville: Mrs. Israel Kaplan, Mrs. Sidney Brown, Mrs. Leonard Qrunthal, Joseph M. Ollcksteln, Alexander Brest and P. w. Zacharlas. Miami: Mrs. Milton P. Tracers Mrs. Harold II. Spaet, Isaac I^evln. J. Cierald Lewis, R, W. Apte. anil Mont.fioie Sellg. Orlando: Mrs. Nat Berman, Barney Cohen and Rabbi M. Bkop. I', nsarola: Mrs Miriam F. Frank. J. Montrose Edrehl and Max I.. Car. St. Petersburg: Rabbi and Mre. Plier W. Jacobs. Tampa: Mis. Daniel Rachelsf.n, Mrs. ('has. ll. Jacobs, Sol Jacobs, Ju.iKe M. Henry Cohen, O. Falk, Km.st Maas, Major M. J. Mackler, and Dr. Daniel Rachelson \V. Palm Beach: Mrs. Carl N Her. man. Jack Fein and I, P. Gruner. Florida Congregations affiliated with the Union Include: Ahavath Cheaed, Jacksonville: Temple Israel, Miami: Beth El, Pensacola: Schaaral for the future and reports of progress in the past, delegates of the District in five states returned to their homes this week following the second annual convention here last weekend of the South eastern Zionist Region. Jake Felt, of Memphis. Tenn.. was re-elected President of the Southeastern Zionist Region at the closing business session of the region's annual convention at the Biltmore Hotel. Robert M. Travis, of Atlanta, general chairman of the convention, was one of six new vice presidents unanimously elected. Others are Max Hurvich. of Bir mingham. Ala.; Gus Gold, of Chat tanooga, Tenn.; Dr. Ixmis Levy. of Memphis, Tenn-; Fred KirchLeiberman. of Jacksonville. Florida. Sam H. Berman, of Atlanta, and Ben Bernetsky, of Memphis, were re-elected to the positions of treasurer and secretary, respectively. An administrative council of 18 was elected by the convention to conduct the business of the region between the annual sessions. The council convention will employ a full-time field worker to integrate the work of districts in the region and to stimulate formation of new districts. Members of the council include Rabbi Margolis, of Jacksonville, Fla,; Harry Simonoff. of Miami, Fla. ends, whom overnight have lost their livelihood because of the liquidation of the establishments where they were employed, are without even bread. Tens of thousands of Jews in Bukovina face a similar situation and it is feared that in the event the Soviets start marching across Rumanian soil they will proceed into Bukovina and perhaps even further. Bessarabia was a population of 3,000.000 and was part of the Russian empire before the World War. In 1919 the province entered into a voluntary union with Rumania although the Soviet Union never recognized the territory as part of Rumania. Mandate Commission Nazi Threat Postpones Session Worries JeWS Geneva (WNS-Palcor Agency) -The Permanent Mandates ComI-ondon (MNS)—The war of Miami's Temple Israel. Dr. Jacob II Kaplan and Rabbi Colman Zwitman are its spiritual leaders. These membera are appointed to oTlncreaSed"^^ bein 8 wa ^ <: b HitIer llglon and Democracy and will %  % %  < %  I which was scheduled to convene .111-.t delegates to the Convention here on November 17, has postcontributed $1,000 to the American Red Cross to provide food, clothing and medicines for refugees The previous week, B'nai B'rith from the Polish war zone. of 3s union Congregations in the Region which Is to take place In Atlanta, November s4-M, the Union announcement stated. The Atlanta Convention will he one of a series of M Regional meet' Ings for representatives of Congrega. tlons and of the National Federations of Temple Sisterhoods. Brotherhoods and Youth. Union affiliates, which the Union Is sponsoring this fall. Delegates from the Region will dJSCUM "The Synagogue In the Com. munlty." Eugene Oherdorfer of Atlanta. Is chairman for the Convention. Following Regional meetings, the Union, parent body of Liberal Judaism In Amerloa, will sponsor 3.000 Round Table meetings to put the Service Program Into local operation. PALESTINE RABBIS PLAN AMERICAN TRIP Jerusalem (RN'S)—At a meeting of leading rabbis and representatives Of religious organizations from all parts Of Palestine. It wag ile.iile.l that a group of eminent rabbis, headed by Chief Rabbi Dr. Isaac Hersog, should proceed to America In the Interests of the theological colleges 111 Palestine. poned its session until December, it was learned here. The international situation was believed to be responsible for the postponement. SAILORS' SCHOOL IN HAIFA EXPANDS Haifa (WNS Palor Agency)— Despite wartime conditions, a new class was begun at the Haifa Nautical School, whose students now total 65. supported by the funds of the Jewish Agency, the training school for maritime occupations has been promised a contribution tward its 1940 budget by the Hadassah of America. against Rumania has caused grave apprehension among the Jewish population, a dispatch from Bucha p st to the "London Times" disclosedApproximately 160.000 Jews living in Transylvania, in northern Rumania, near the Carpatho-Hungarian border, have begun to evacuate the towns of Sighet, Cluj (Klausonborg), SatuMare and other cities in the province of Maramuresh and move deeper into Rumania, south of the Bihar Mountains. Thousands of Jewish refugees who managed to escape from Polish war zones following Nazi isvasion are in a more tragic position. ll gggggga Jk



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I PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORID)AN FRIDAY, NOV. 24TH, 1939 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES KAY U. SHOCHET. S e ety BNG UIKMKM' \\\Ol NCBD OPENS NK\\ OFFICES Mn Ralpk BAR MITO Ml s w i % %  • % %  vv ro BE 1 ary was 9 p. m. Aiimittar.ee to thi dai the presentation of a 19 van of i. Formal attin member? are eoi attend. %  Hol followed b Mean •"" **-; n -' .. will bold then aaanal aet (seethes "" aeetiac in the for* af tumn ANNUAl TFV atttna v n •: | hat* • at the Paatia ft a it t a nal V aai TO BE HELD IIM \-N.^:y af M a pa —a Tr.o :•-.• %  .-.rev of srrs%  i aw Mi .--. attended the H. M. Drwric* assisted by Messrs V rm :> af >!.ia when he <^. ; Sehwflra F. Gordon and L U '< %  isdaated Itael %  ackolaralaa Mints** la %  %  I -•" • ..-H< > Ml a U %  '.'.'-v .-.: > taiawd aw '• %  i>ti defi** and WORKMEN'S CIBI I E t HEARS LECTURE Israel Dr. b the • Hotel. 1*40 Part _. s now making a aid post frsdtat* wUl be ahon apcechea by the A '. Rabbo < area, r*i %  %  N ,# V rois where h attiros of i i Li M I -Shi SreatoMiaa -.• %  koMs *•-. A>\ -c al M w State College .-:.-.-•) H Miss : %  '> a h— d j with a a *•" %  irgm at s r*ar-w a* Mrs K<<—•.*••.. *'. he* :*, S ft tthh Rd Ssad a y Nov.— S-: U : I Maffet i --.-7 s< M ~ "' "" *s **>:*:^ b> her i r* V >RM and Mrs Usa LMhenaaa Aait thee wan Mia Plia — i B eraaaa aad • -. -.. EWrr.JLr-•:.-" srsi ;-.--. T-.-JTW. OS%  Mrs Ar-j^i:" -::'-. tie tiassa % %  ht af Key. w: Vrs. ;*x* ruts af We*: Pa %  Basel Mrs Mirrii Rots | M aai ..-c-.-ff • %  S J Mr* '. iBra i.V^Hi~ I x %  %  %  ha M A aan E J • ; Ma. Mil ^r;* V-*. Chx n B xMTJ 1 v-~s |iw •" 3*31 :i i-v i • i &liwBi %  taf] A>s.x .;" a K -. %  ..• %  • if to amad ^ttcd t< ewr ~ ..A • %  naaa A' %  .erv.N-r* ST* ; frxr.is ir. .vrdJal'.y tn :< %  :. ^::<-v: Maau N Sraci Exeewl e Diractoc ft the V V. H A % % %  J %  aster H JUNIOR H iDASSAH MEETS As UBRAR1 KXHIBrT TV> BE SHO^N Maaiar. ha Miaaal ALuaf wf aavt b saeaaa avh k I I hj GaBariai al :^e VJL^: Bawh F^S :>, U-rsrr i A Certer. UN J^^ .'-%  .-::.:."_--: [ :-, %  Ti. --:. ~ %  Mrs %  .-. T E EJ %  .:' ; V. ssai —%  c-j^*: -: %  • M >v Miat ? ----Laskj > i anada • %  • A % %  -'.A. '. 1939. • %  : "'. .7 • • | :-:•• wi %  :c Jewisl iture" ..". The %  .: to at TH I.NES JITISG DANCE TO BE HELD AT i Dance at the ;; • %  •I r :i. w£l %  beJd by the 1 r.-.-. T-esRYE BREAD HEALTH-KOSHER Made freth daily from 100 DCcent whole RYE and all Hea'tingreditftts Good at eato HEM I NGTON-MANAGED HEALTH FOOD SHOP 12 S. E. FIRST ST—2-03 —+ -tr 28th AT*. This XT". fnm 7 tm -. m Q *^*r ^;-,: fc Bam y^ DB dw %  a rt TSe Galje-e* f7>.-r^;-^.i :t>. | %  i? .""_': wad I M M Bvaea wiE i* atastaa Maadaj sxy -:\~-:-:-c le-fi H:. i. :. ; 7 • • • TO BOLT ~: raw th< '.* -Was %  *: > %  an %  c • "• I tasrf^.::r.:-sSyrr.-Seii.':;— ~.'; -A Hadas&al ix y >J T^i:.>? 7-;^ :;-• :'. :'• t ? _f-r:i f i: 7~ >!-•-;--': : 7 --. .:— ?M.:. 77 ry : S K >. 7 A SP0T0 Dentist An _v- t>.# rmo'il of ha ? | afAeaa fraa tie Uaisetaitil j i : i inl .iSle* to i .: ? E. Pirat Asa j *?; -t Store) j Fsoa* : %  %  %  KOOLMOTOR i GASOLINE and OILS I ACME TIRES : CITIES SERVICE j PRODUCTS | ORANGE STATE j OIL CO. j Distributors ^ :.. CaANUEA • BBK.BN aTLL %  %  • • • kXXIl I •-%  -.7 [ ;IB %  ?i:: -•-.-_ 7 i:-=r i J %  %  • B • ( | # 7 • a Dr V -\ : r: :: i < -rttn'Ml of his offite* :.-< >f>V>id Kmldac to -t lluildine. Misai FLrlVOBaw a Slack Suits for n;er. who ".'.ke actve spor.il 8 98 ?TRINOER POIXTKY • BCC CO. SIT V % Rfth ?cr S B M. ?-Lrn a ahK3 ter shirt r g S-.res >r..*'--. ks %  &f to JX->* UN tad UM (ficta-ls. t*L£J %  h



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FRIDAY, NOV. 24TH, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE r wJewisti IFIIoiriidlii&m PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue [ J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor D FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second elan matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year .... Six Months $8.00 $1.00 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1939 VOLUME 12.—NUMBER 46. Violation of Good Faith Rumania is making a valiant effort to satisfy her minorities. Far-reaching concessions have been made to the Russian and Hungarian populations in Rumania. There is only one exception —the Jews. A recent government decree once more has stipulated that all inhabitants of the annexed territories are entitled to citizenship, except the Jews. According to various estimates 150,000 Jews in Rumania have been deprived of citizenship. Rumania wants to pacify all those minorities of whom she is afraid because they are parts of hrge and powerful nations. It does not hesitate, however, to violate the solemn obligations it assumed towwd the Jews in the peace treaty. The history of Rumania, as far as the Jews are concerned, is characterized by violation of every peace treaty, beginning with the Berlin treaty of 1879. The Jews are the only minority who have been consistently loyal to the Rumanian state. Yet the Rumanian government brazenly disregards all treaties insofar as the Jews are concerned. Let us hope that out of this war a new order will arise which v.ill make it impossible for countries to persecute those ctf their citizens who are defenseless. COUHTMY TM •TM0l. U. A. N. ft PWUCATK FUTILITY B'NAl B'RITH NOTES Sidney I.. Segall Brother Henry Monsky, National president of B'nai B'rith, in a recent article printed in the National B'nat B'rith Jewish Monthly, issue of October 1939. has made some statements which are both interesting and timely. Your writer would like to use this column to point out a few highlights in Bro. Monsky's article. The keynote or theme of the article referred to is "leadership." Bro. Monsky cautions, adivisedly, that we need 'leaders who have moral stamina" and says they must be "men who feel that spiritual and qualitive values are no alien in the cosmic order. ." He farther States: "It is regrettable that many of the men whi have taken authority in Jewish life are either cynical with reference to eternal values or else so utterly blasted in spirit that they impart their lack of moral stamina to those whom they influence." (Emphasis ours.) As a further requisite for Jewish leadership, Bro. Monsky. impressively sets forth. quoting again his expressions concerning qualifications of Jewish leaders: "They must be steeped in Jewish learning and tradition. A good voice, h.iwever resonant, is no substitute for an adequate Jewish background." (Emphasis your reporter's.) In this same connection he says: "Affable drawing-room mannt'is. however useful in ambassadorial service to the non-Jew are no substitute for the living inspiration which comes from an immersion in historical values." Strange but true, your writer points out, with reluctance, that many of our self styled leaders have never had a fundamental background in Jewish history or Jewish civilization. Bro. Monsky ably emphasizes the prime requisite that the "personalities of our leaders must be subordinated to the higher cause, the welfare Of Israel. The ability to submerge self for the achieve merit of the ideal is the true test of leadership." This column does not permit space to write more fully about the above mentioned article. We. therefore, recommend that every Ben Brith read Bro. Monsky's ir tide, it' you have not already done so. SOCIETY SPINOZA LECTURES CONTINUE Dr. Abraham Wolfson will give the fourth in the series of eighteen lectures on the "Philosophy of Spinoza" this Saturday afternoon at 3 p. m. The Spinoza group meets every Saturday afternoon OH the lawn at 1059 Collins Avc Miami Beach. All are welcome. • • • CAKE SALE TO BE HELD Mrs Jean Seitlin. chairman of the annual Cake Snle. sponsored by the Beth David Sisterhood which will be held all day November 29th in front of Palmer's, 30 N-E. 1st St.. dequests that all members and friends who wish to donate cakes to please phone 2-8500 and they will be called for. Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J BIRON) STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL WAR BULLETINS The crime of the ages is being committed by those experts, the Nazis, in Poland. Because relietf work there might help the situation of the Polish Jews the German authorities have refused the proffered aid of the Quakers. Even the blackout can have ailverlining. ... In Berlin people have been finding anti-Hitler handbills in their pockets after bumping into strangers in the dark streets. Hitler's next stunt will be a call for repatriation of Germans living in all parts of the world. ... If you want to know how news of the outer world occasionally trickles into censor-ridden Naziland you'll be interested to hear of the latest subterfuge. ... It was an American friend of a German who thought up the plan of sending over chocolate-coated marshmallow bars with a message stuffed inside the fillings and this procedure has become quite popular. One of its advantages is that the consor is sure to get indigestion from having to eat so many marshmallow bars. YOU SHOULD KNOW The official mastermind of the German propaganda in this country is one Heinz Beler, wh'o was sent here by Goebbels to be what he euphemistically calls "director of the German Library of Information." Soon it will come out that Fritz Kulm had a secrel meeting with the Rev. Gerald Winrod, Kansas anti-Semite, two years ago to map out thai un-Amercian campaign plan which Winrod so aggressively sponsored. Max Reinhardl was greatly pained recently to learn thai the famous Salzburg eastle which used to b'e his served as the 'iieeting-place of Nazi and Soviel delegates last summer for a conference •thai resulted in that notorious pact. Most appropriate Chanukah gifl we can suggest is a slender bu.1 funny picture book published by Hillman-Curl and entitled "Keedle." ... It (lesci-il.es. in color-cartoons, Hitler's rise and decline, until on the last page he ends up as a louse being gqnashfed between the tliuinli and forefinger of civilization. And if you do your Chanukah shopping in New York don't, forget to patronize the sale of refugee art and handicrafts in the Empire State Building. That Muich time-bomb, claim the Broadway wags, was flown over from England hidden iii tfcje folds of ('hamberiain's umbrella. COURT RECORD Walter Winchell, who did a swell job reporting the Fritz Kuhn trial, gleefully observed that on day the prosecutor accidentally called the Nazi fuehrer "Kohn." Winchell predicts that if Kuhn is sentenced to a prison term the warden of the jail will be the chief sufferer. ... It seem that when Kuhn recently was confined in the Tombs the prisoners in his cell row /igorously and vociferously protested against his presence in ing chosen, incidentally, one of the important questions that their vicinity. When the jurors for the Kuhn trial were bedetermined their suitability concerned Winchell's collmn. The defense didn't welcome Walter's faithful readers. JEWISH NEWS Din'1 be surprised it' the HIAs and ORT will be part of ihe I'nited Jewish Appeal next year. This continent is going to have its first Alpine Jewish winter resort when the Hotel Vermont ;it Sic. AgathV des Molds in Canada's Laurentian -Mounltains opens its winter season this year. Featured activities will be skiing in the daytime and pinochle at night, with bridge for the ladies. "The American Friends of Palestine" is really anotHer name for thr Revisionist wing of the American Zionists. There's a great deal of anxiety in official Zionist circles because the British Colonial Office is preparing to revive its determination to push through the White Paper of last May and to specify the regions in which Jews will not be aide to buy lafcd in Palestine. : Wiezmann will arrive on our shores via Clipper the first week of December, and will be given a mass welcome at Madison Square Garden. Strenuous—but, we predict, unsuccessful—efforts will be made to get former Justice Louis D. 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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, NOV. 24TH, 1939 Council News Orchids to Jacksonville American Jewish Women. On Tuesday November 21st at a special called meeting by the temporary chairman, Mrs. Stanley Harris, Jacksonville Section joined forces with the other 65.000 women through out the United States to proceed on a definite Council Program. Mrs. Harry Rubin, of Charleston, S. C.i a National Board member was the guest of Jacksonville, to organize them in full swing. Through the efforts of Mrs. Arthur Kessler, President of the Tampa Section, and Mrs. O. Z. Marcrs of Tampa and Mrs. Joseph Wohl, 2nd Vice President of the Southern Interstate, including Mrs. Benjamin LeVine,. President of Miami Section at a meeting at the George Washington Hotel on Wednesday. November 14th at which there were about 35 women present. After presenting to those in attendance the Council Program and projects, the enthusiasm displayed for immediate organization was a source of pleasure and commendation to us four ladies heading the organization committee, as directed by our National President, while on her Florida trip. The women of Jacksonville realized that through a concerted effort of womanhood, and the integral part that a Council section plays in civic and communal life. that they too can do for Jacksonville what the other 200 sections in the United States have done through all these 45 years. —o— The Forum sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women will meet Friday at 2 p. m. at the Evans Hotel. 953 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, November 24th. The guest speaker will be Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman whose subject will be "Democracy in Actuality." Rabbi Zwitman attended the recent ceremonies at the installation of the Chair of Democracy at Southern College. Lakeland. Fla., and will report graphically the proceeding of this memorable occasion. The "Personality Garden" topic will be "Her Infinite Variety", based upon a scene from the screen drama "Rembrandt" with Charles Loughton. The study of contemporary Jewish dramatists continues with Mrs. Julius Pearson discussing "Elmer Rice, Realist." Mrs. Harold Turk will interpret a scene from George S. Kaufman's "The Royal Family" and in contrasting mood a sombre situation from "The Subway" by Elmer Rice. Harry Boyelle will sing, with Mrs. Jack C. Cohen. Mrs. Harry DAYTONA NOTES PERMANENT SCHEDULE Sabbath Services: Friday at 8 p. m.. Saturday at 10 a. m. Sunday School: 10 a. in. Hebrew School: Daily 3:30 p. m —5 p. m. < ONC.REC.ATIONAl. The Judah P. Benjamin Lodge B'nai B'rith celebrated B'nai B'rith Sabbath with a special service at Temple Israel. The guest speaker I of the evening was Mr. B. JCohen of Orlando, President of the State Federation of B'nai B'rith who spoke on the B'nai B'rith activities and it's work. The service was conducted by Rabbi S. M. Bogner. At the conclusion of the service an Oneg Shabbath was held in the Auditorium with the members of the lodge acting as hosts for the occasion. SISTERHOOD NOTES At the last meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel held November G, the following were elected to serve as officers for the coming year. Bamhard and Mrs. Max Steuer will act as hostesses during the afternoonMrs. I. M. Weinctein will continue the review of "Inside Asia" by John Gunther using the chapers on Chiha. The public is invited. Refreshments served. A PERSONAL LETTER TO THE RESIDENTS OF GREATER MIAMI Kindly be informed that the Washington Cleaner* and Laundry, under the management of Mr. Nathan Zwitman of Miami, is now offering you the linest dry cleaning and laundry service at the minimum legal prices prevail, rng in Greater Miami. Every gurment and bundle will receive the personal attention of Mr. Zwitman, whose three years of experience in executive capacity with the Queensboro Cleaners and Laundry of New York, assure you that your cleaningproblems will be treated to your absolute satisfaction. Our trucks call for and deliver in MIAMI and MIAMI BEACH. Won't you please permit us to prove that we are offering 1 a finer cleaning and laundry service at no extra charge, by allowing our driver to call for your next garment or bundle as a trial order? PLEASE CALL MR. ZWITMAN AT 5-4804, AND OBLIGE. Most thankfully yours, WASHINGTON CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY President, Miss Sadie Katxj vice president, Mrs. Florence Reed; secretary, Mrs. Florence Bogner; treasurer, Mrs. Minna Ossinsky. These newly elected officers will be installed at the Friday night services, November 24. Rabbi Bogner will conduct the service and help install the officers-elect. The theme for his sermon is ••Home Builders." 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FRIDAY, NOV. 24TH, 1939 THE JEWISH FLOIIDIAN PAGE FIVE 1IIIMIIIHtUIIH*JI4UUII THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) SENIOR DIVISION—MEN Plans have been completed for the Thanksgiving Eve entertainment to be held at the "Y" next Wednesday evening. November 29th at 8:30 o'clock. At that time we will have the pleasure of listening to the University of Miami String Symphony Quartet who will render a concert of beautiful classical music. Mr. George Swan, editor of the "Swan Cracker" will deliver a talk on "The Preservation of Democracy". A large crowd is expected and those desiring to attend are requested to come early. BUY TICKETS NOW FOR THE 8TH ANNUAL DANCEDECEMBER 17TH 1939 8TH ANNUAL DANCE -i* Fred K. Shochet and Lou Safan, co-chairmen of the Publicity Committee for our 8th Annual Dance, are offering a prize of a beautiful piece of luggage to the person selling the greatest number of tickets for the 8th Annual Dance by Monday. December 4th. The luggage is on display at the "Y" and everyone may inspect it. We hope this will be an incentive and inducement for members to go out and use every' effort to sell a maximum number of tickets. A rart treat will be in store for us on Wednesday, December 6th when N. Vernon Hawthorne, prominent Miami attorney will der £ %  liver a talk at the "Y." More details in next week's issue. Keep this date open. SENIOR DIVISION—WOMEN This division held a card party at the "Y" last Wednesday nite. Many members and visitors attended the affair which was a huge success. Mrs. Pearl Reisman was chairman. The Library Committee, of which MrsJoel Belov is chairman assisted by Mrs. Bernard Simon, is making excellent progress. Details of their plans will be announced in a later issueOn Wednesday evening. December 13th. Mr. Joseph A. Berman, our Vocational Guidance director will speak before this division on the topic. "Problem Parents." JUNIOR DIVISION On Monday evening. November 27th next. Mrs. Benjamin LeVine, president of Miami Section, Natiinal Council of Jewish Women will deliver a talk before this group <>n "The Aims and Principles of Council." Everyone is invited. SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION The Executive Director has reorganized this division and has formed three secti.ms. Group 1—is composed of hoys who are taking athletics as their project, Ralph Grossman is sponsor. Group 2— is composed of girls who are < %  "''• ducting Cultural Programs Ul*l< 1 the direction of Mrs. Pearl Reisman who is their sponsor. Group 3—is composed of the Y. M. 11 A. Stock Company. Meetings are held every Saturday nite at the "Y" and all boys and girls between the ages of 18-16 years are invited to attend. NEWS AROUND TOWN Our Congrats to Baron de Hirsch Meyer who has been' install. 1 as President of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. The Baro n has been a member of the "Y" for several HIIH n .*|ltniffMHaMIIHlllHMrHWtn,llHtll*imilHIHIHIIItllllt1HII. S 21 21 12 15 11 11 21 19 i.; 18 in 13 17 17 IB 11 20 112 11 16 19 2030 1139 1416 1036 1033 ll'-;:! 1775 1189 1673 1751 1186 1545 1526 1342 H71 1761 105(1 '.'61 1381 1628 96.14 94.11 94.6 IM.'J '.'3.10 93 io 93.8 98 1 92.17 '.12:1' 91.3 90.15 89.13 89.7 88.3 874] S7:6 87.4 86 5 B5.18 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 69S6 Indian Creek Drive—8-1286 630 N. E. 31st St.—2-548 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both of the Rnbbls will li In the Temple every morning. You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewls community, or yur personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held In strict confidence. WOLPERT' FURNITURE* BARGAINS! We Refuse To Be Undersold' 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 ?n.£?50o-ia&i CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. BAR M1TZVAH Mr. and Mrs. M. MNankin invite you to attend the Bar Mitzvah celebration of their son Franklin, to be held at the Temple services this Friday, Nov. 24th, 1939, at 8:15 p. m. A reception, in honor of the Bar Mitzvah, will be tendered by his parents after the serFR1DAY EVENING RECEPTIONS A beautiful social hour of Sabbath greetings and refreshments is held every Friday evening, after the services, under the auspices of our Sisterhood, with Mrs. Samuel Katz as this year's chairman. Contributing hostesses for last week's reception were Mrs. Leo Ackerman. Mrs. Adolph Arky. Mrs. Chas. Beckwitt, Mrs. Henry Bulbin. Mrs. Maxwell BeTtuch, Mrs. Syd Beskind. Additional floral decorations at last Friday evening's service were presented by Mr. and Mrs. J. Eppstein and by the Mendelson family. The floral offering for this week will be presented by Mrand Mrs. Max M. Nankin, and the reception will be tendered by them in honor of their son's Bar Mitzvah. SABBATH EVE SERVICES Friday evening, Nov. 24. 1939. I at 8:15 p. m. Sermon: "Patriotism, True and r*alse." Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Services conducted by Rabbi Colman -VZwitman. SISTERHOOD NEWS This Week's Two Important Events l. Sisterhood Membership Tea. Monday. Nov. 27th. 1939, between 26th, 1939. at 11 a. m. The Religious School Choir, with Miss Marion Freed as organist, will render musical selections, and a program will be presented by students of the Religious School including an address by Mr. Stanley Ratner, of the post-Confirmation class. Parents and friends are invited to this assembly at 11 o'clock. IN MEMORIAM May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among u-." The Yahrzeits of the following will be commemorated in our services this Friday evening. Etta Bowman, mother of .' %  .• Julius Damenstein. Ellen DeCastro Williams, mother of Mr. Henry D. Williams. Max Zeientz. father of Mr. Louis Zeientz. Isaac Eichengreen. father of Mr. Dave Eichengreen. Joseph Seidenberg, father of Mr. J. Michel Seidenberg. Kaufman Mendell. JACKS! LEADING LLE'S HOTEL £7*1 % '7 end betel In Ifce SUMMER lack^aruu. ETy COMFORT Ma wMk tub mt %  hwr. sob water, radle. and Vn'Jn blind*. Erery bed with innerfprlng nattreu and rvadtea lamp. BuubiaUt water eaeverfQoor. rOPULAI PICED COCKTAIL LOUNGE ond COFFEE SHOP Otlwl I. I. fownd HsHlt Hotel 'artes-ChortOMOco — Hotel DoStlo-Sovonnol REV. J. MALEK Experienced IWOHEL PHONE 2-0828 300 N. W16th Are. Do You Own Your Home? There never was a better time than now to build one The Liberal Financing, Througn Federal Housing Administration Makes tt Possible Qlve me a call and I will R-ladly Help you to itet the beat possible Information aa to lt plan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Ins. Agency 1015 Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-3151 The Y. M. li. A. Royals led by Al Berkowitz are now 3 games :ahead of the "Y" Reliables, having defeated the Abe Silver Warriors in three straight games last Thursday. This Thursday the leading Royals do battle with the Reliables who have been responsible for 5 of the Royals losses. If the Reliables cap 3 straight they go into a tie for first placeCome OUt to the Miami Rccrea tioiv Alleys and watch the boys in action every Thursday. 8:15 p. m. 2:00 ami 5:00 p. m. at Barclay Plaza Hotel, 1940 Park Ave.. Miami Beach. Airs. Harold 1!Spaet. presiding, Mrs. Samuel Kanner. program chairman. Mis. Max Orovitz. chairman of the afternoon. 2. Theatre Party, at the Lincoln Theatre. Miami Peach, on Nov. 27th, 1039 (Monday evening), featuring Claudette Colbert and Henry Fonda, in "Drums Along the Mohawk." Admission 55 cents per person. For reservations call the chairman. Mrs. Dan Ruskin. 330S3. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Thanksgiving Pay services, at Temple Israel Religious School, will be celebrated in a special assembly this Sunday morning, Nov. KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. rind Normal Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled. 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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, NOV. 24TH, 1939 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Itabbi— 497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-U73 Home Phone 2-2176 •PERMANENT CALENDAR Daily services at 7 a. m. and Friday evening 8:15. Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30 a. m. Late Friday evening services. Friday evening S: 15. Junior services, Saturday 10:30 a. m. Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:13 p. m. Sunday School. Sunday 10:00 a. m. Bar-M it z van Group, Sunday 9:00 a. m. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. LATE FRIDAY EVENTr,G SERVICES Services will be conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro at the Beth David Synagogue, Friday evening at 8:15. Cantor Louis Hayman. assisted by the Beth David Choir will chant the Liturgic Melodies composed by Cantor I. Kaminsky. In answer to last \v<*ek's discussion from the pulpit on a "Challenge For Democracy". Rabbi Max Shapiro will present a solution to the "Challenge" from the Jewish standpoint based on "An Hysteria of Fear" the "OnogShabbos" held during the social hour in the auditorium after the services is proving to be most unique. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ackerman served as hosts during th-hour in honor of their daughter's birthday. This Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Markowitz will serve as hosts in honor of their son's birthday RELIGIOUS AM) CULTURAL INSTITUTION Junior Congregation.. ...Immediately after the early services Sat unlay morning at 10:30 the Junior Congregation will conduct its ser vices. Harold Shapiro will be in charge. The "Bar-Mitzvah" of Melvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber nard Wohl will tak' place'Saturday at 9:30. A reception will be tendered to him in the Auditorium after all services. Bar-Mimah Group—The "BarMitzvah" group will meet Sunday monving from 9 to 10 under th' direction of Louis Gadon; boyof 12 and over are eligible to attend. Talmuil-Torah.—Over 70 childrenhave registered in the daily Hebrew School comprising onethird of the total registration of the Sunday School. This marks a very high average for a daily He brew School though it does not indicate the majority of the children in the community ar receiving religious instructions. It is unfortunate that parents are so ignorant as to permit hundreds of their children to go without rcligir ous training. Sunday School.—Over 242 children are attending every week the classes of our Sunday School und-T the capable guidance of registered and licensed teachers. \V' urge parents to become more vitally interested in the welfare of th'ir children and attend the assembly 'from 11:30 to 12. An urgent appal is made to the mothers in th 1 column of the Sisterhood's notes. We ask that you carefully study the appeal. Adult Discussion Group—"IT*? course on History and Religion of the Hebraic Civilization will be closed to new members this Sunday: if you are interested, this is your last opportunity to register. The Rabbi is. i n charge of the presentation of this course. A WARNING Members and friends are advised to please phone the Rabbi if they are approached by representatives, solicitors, salesmen or individuals who come to them and speak in the name of the Rabbi for their own purposes. Please do not hesitate to inform the Rabbi immediately of such a procelure. ADVICE TO THE COMMUNITY We wish to acquaint the community at large that no longer ar delicatessen products (Frankfurters, Salami. Comed-beef, etc.) being manufactured locally as KOSHER. The original plant has been converted into a NONKOSHER plant. Those wno are inI tei'ested in observing strictly KOSHRUS whether it be meats or restaurants are cautioned to phone and inquir'-. RADIO HOUR Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the raido program over station WIOD this Sunday afternoon from 3 to 3:30. Cantor Louis Hayman assisted by the Beth David Choir will be in charge of the musical program. In observance of Thanksgiving Day th' Rabbi will speakon the subject." Thanking God in Sorrow." R Ml AH -SIH.AEMA May the Almighty grant an im. permanent cure to Mrs. <'hGoldstein, who is convalescing : home. NOCHIM AVEILIM May the Almighty assuage the the pain of Chester Alexander and family at the loss of their mother. Mrs. Esther Alexander. May her soul repose in eternal peace. Our condolences to Dr. Charles S. Werblow at the loss of his beloved father. May his soul repose in eternal peace. YAHRZEITEN The following anniversaries in memory of beloved departed ones whose names are inscribed in the Memorial Book of Life," were observed from the pulpit Friday night during the month of Cheshvan; Chaya Bluma, mother of Mesdames A. Quadow. J. Fine and B. HansonAvrohom. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Luis Weinkle. Yaacov Nissoiv. father of David Hi own. Channa Devorah, mother of Charles Leviston. Shloma, father of Mi's. Gerson August. Hadassah. mother of Isador and Dav'd Kaplan. Miriam, mother of Joe Marko wit/.. Yaacov Laeb. father of Ida JacVon. Avorohom Melech, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Meyers. Naphtali, father of Saul Greif. Yosef, father of Mrs. L. Siegel. Aaron, husband of Mrs. HWeinberg. Chaya sister of Harry Rayvis Feiga Runi. mother of Morris Kaler. Mayer, father of Dora Cohen. Vosef. father of A. Kronenfeld. I aeb. husband of Jenny Seidert, 'Shima. mother of 1. Rosengarten. Chaya Soreh, mother of Win. Friedman. Molkah, mother of Jacob Rahman. | Soreh Dina, mother of J. M. Kopelowitz. Aleksander. father of Mis. M E. Singer. Yisroelfather of Mrs. R. Bain. The following "Yahraeiten" were observedand will be observed during the month of "Kislev-" Menachem Mendel, father of Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Sam Haas— Nov. L'L'IA!. Avrohom. father of Mrs. Louis I layman—Nov. 22nd. Rikle. mother of Louis Gordon —Nov. 23rd. Miller Nov. 23rd. Merdecai, father of Mrs. Louis Aidamother of Mrs. Hoffman — Nov. 27th. Esther, mother of Mrs. Harry Oliphant—Nov. 2-\OS and pins. Proceeds received from these sources will go towards the .1. X. P. for th,. redemption of Palestine. Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president, is being as>'.ste,l by members of the organization, Miss Adele Segall, sponsor of Young Judaea and the Sunday Schools of Greater Miami. success. In addition to the Boat Ride, dancing, entertainment ami prizes will comprise the program of the evening. The admission per ticket is a nominal charge of ."•(! cents Please phone 2-1473 or 5 3539 ANNUAL FOOD SALE The annual elaborate Food Sale of the Beth David Sisterhood ill take place this coming Wednesday. November 29th. throughout th" entire day i n front of Palmer's Shoe Store, .ill N. E. 1-t St. We ask the cooperation of members and friends to please purchase the delicious food and cakes which anhome made and within the range of popular prices. Mrs. Jean Seitlin. Chairman of the Food Sale, has arranged to meet the desires of our friends. Remember, we will look forward to seeing you during the day. this coming Wednesday. November 28th. ANNUAL CHANUKAH DINNER Plans have been formulated for our ever popular Chanukah Celebration to take place December 10 at the Alamac Kosher Hotel. Miami Beach The new management of the Alamac Hotel has assured US an extraordinary treat with regard to the Chanukah Dinner sponsored by our Sisterh '. Mrs. L*o Aekerman chairman of the dinner and her committee consisting of Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Mrs. Harry Oliphant, announced that a most unique program wil he presented during the evening. Full detail,.i' the program will be mentioned in next work's is U e. Reservations must be completed within one week's time; we there f ire ask as many members and friends to phort.' 2-1473 or 2-0890. ANNEAL MEMBERSHIP TEA In keeping with the tradition established by the Beth David Sisterhood tin' Annual Membership Tea will take place Wednesday, 'December 13 at 2 p. m.. at the Alcazar Roof. Mis. Joseph Fine, chairman of the affair, is anticipating an unusual large attendant B at the Tea. Mrs. Stanley Myers, rogram chairman, is arranging an outstanding program for the a.ion. The details will be mentioned next week. I + BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD GALA BOAT RIDE Mrs. Harry Markowitz. chairman of the Sisterhood's unusual event, the "Moonlight Boat Ride" announces that very few reservations are still open. The capacity of the boat is limited to 225 and we therefore urge those who desire to be with us this Tuesdayevening, November 28th. at 8:30— pier 8 of Biscayne Park; the Seven Seas Yacht are advised to make their reservations at once, otherwise they may be disappointed. A splendid program has been arranged to make the evening a Around the Corner Inn 20i212 1N.E. Second St. AW open for the 11th Season Luncheons and Dinners Daily T <£& %  VISIT FRITZ ROSENBERG now operating TERRACE GRILL 2285 Biscayne Blvd. Good Home Cooking c take so many man clous things for granted now-a-days. The airplane, for example, the automobilc-and electric service. Think how the magic of electricity lias been made utterly dcpend.iblc-how rates have become Ly cheaper anil cheaper, r while the quality of W service rendered has -^ become better in N every way. 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FRIDAY. NOV. 24TH, 1939 THE JEWISH FLOUDIAM PAGE SEVEN MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 154o S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KEI.I.NER, Rabbi RABBIT RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phono 3-5192 j SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Friday evening services, 5:30 p. m. Shabbes: 9 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset. INSTALLATION BANQUET Our annual Installation banquet will take place Sunday night, November 2Gth at the Hotel Astor, Washington and 10th St.. Miami Beach. As in the past this affair will mark the start of a new year of activities which we believe, will be the most outstanding one in the history of our congregation. Mr. E. Albert Pallot will act as installing officer and the charge to the new officers will be delivered by Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner. Greetings will also Me brought by Mrs. William Clein president of our Auxiliary as well as from representatives of the YM. H. A. and the other congregations iw our community. Those who have not as yet made their reservations can still do so by notifying Mr. H. M Drevitch. THANKSGIVING DINNER A festive Thanksgiving dinner will be held in the well known Hotel Clein at 1860 S. W. 4th St., Thursday, November 30th at 6:30 p. m. by Mrs. Kopel. manager of the Hotel and its dining room as the owners are donating a con siderable portion of the proceeds to the Talmud Torah Fund of our 1-adies Auxiliary. We urge our friends to patronize this function. Reservations are most reasonable and they can be otained by phoning 2-0879. CONGREGATIONAL BOARD A regular meeting of the Board of Directors will be held Tuesday evening. November 28th in the Synagogue. The initial report of the new committee for building purposes will be rendered. PATH OF SORROWS We chronicle with profound regret the passing of a dearest friend and brother <>i" our Congregation, the late Moescha Rosen berg olov hasholom. We cherish fondly the memories of his fine Character and wise sayings. In lhe passing of this noble indivi I dual our (.immunity has lost one of its unique personalities and we hope that his memory will inspire others to follow in the ways of our late lamented Brother Zichrono Livrocho. HABANOTH NOTES The Buds, The Girls of the Blue and White and the Debs: These three groups of the Miami Chapter of Habanoth are taking part in the Union Thanksgiving Service to be held in the Miami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue, Thursday morning, November 28th at 11 a. m. The aims of the Habanoth movement are expressed in the translation of Habanoth. meaning "The Builders." We are trying to build good Jewish women for tomorrow. All girls who are interested in joining this splendid movement may apply to either of the three sponsors. Mrs. Ix>uis Katz. Mrs. George Chertkof and Mrs. Abraham Kellner, or the Rabbi, in order to ascertain the age group between 9 to 17 years to which they belong. The Girls of the Blue and White are holding open house Monday afternoon at 4 p. mNovember 27th at the Rabbi's home. Mrs. Louis Katz, their sponsor, has planned a very pleasant afternoon. Refreshments will be served and girls between the ages 12-14 years are cordially invited to be present. THANKSGIVING Sr.tvVICES All members and friends are urged to be present at the Thanksgiving S 'rvices snor.sored by the Rabbinical Association which will be held in our Synagogue. Thursday morning. November 30th at 11 a. ir.. An interesting program will be presented. We especially urge that our children be present A partial view showing the speakers table of the Joint Installation Banquet of the Jewish Welfare held last Sunday flight at the VicBureau and its Ladies Auxiliary tor Hotel. Miami Beach. SOCIETY TO BE ENTERTAINED Mrs. Sam Futerfas. Mrs. S. Rol-.enstock and Mrs. S. Tannenbaum will entertain in honor of Miss AlberUi Tannenbaum, bride-elect of William Pallot. at a miscellaneous bridal shower and rainbow luncheon, Tuesday. November 28th at 12:30 at the Barcelona Hotel, Coral Gables. Mah jor.'g and bridge will follow. • • ORATORICAL CONTEST TO TAKE PLACE The Royal Palm Chapter of the AZ. A-. Miami Beach, will hold an Oratorical Contest, Sundayevening at 7:30 p. m. at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, in conjunction with the Contest sponsored by National A. Z A. The subject for the contest is "Bill of Rights." Jack Rubin is in charge of arrange BOARD f TO MEET Board Meeting of the National Council Jewish Women. Miami Section will meet at the Young Women's Christian Association at loS. E. 1st Avenue. Tuesday, members are urged to bring their books and nior.< y. + Nat Blumberg Ticket chairman. Y. M. H. A.'s Eighth Annual Dance to be held Sunday, December 17th. ments. The winner of the contest selected here will represent the chapter in the regional finals to be held in Charleston. S. C. The j public is invited to attend. ZIONISTS TO ELECT OFFICERS <( '..nt ir,iied from Page 1) Honorary vice-chairmen of the board are Rabbi Max Shapiro Rabbi Abraham AKellner, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Colman A Zwitman and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. FINE SADDLE HORSES Special Rlillng Instruction Moonlight Rides Hi.ling from 7 A. M. to 3:30 P. M. North Miami Riding Academy 13573 N. E. 6th Ave. 1'hone 7-2022 + + together with their elders Bfa that we all may unite in this solemn Thanksgiving service. I IN ORLANDO IT'S THE EL CHICO CAFE (On the ATe:.ue) Special Menu for Late Parties OPEN ALL NIGHT Chico-Chich Served at the CURB ONLY 496 N. Orange Ave. (At Amelia) ORLANDO MRS. 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PAGE EH.BT THE JEWISH FLOMDIAlf I I BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 25 Michigan Avenue •Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenu* %  Phone 5-2013 group. Tickets for the Habanoth and Mrs. J. Orlin. 625 Michigan ^affair are now on sale. Most of Ave. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff perI he proceeds will go for a synaformed the ceremony, gogue project. FRIDAY, NOV. 24TH, 1939 May G-d console his family and friends in their bereavement. SYNAGOGUE SERVICES Shachriss: daily at 7 and 8 a. m.; Saturday morning at 7 and at 9 a. m. Mincha: daily at 5:10 p. m.; Saturday at 5 p. m. Maariv: daily at 5:45 p. m. MINNIONAIRES Mr. B. Klein reports that the Minnionaires will meet again this Sunday morning at 9 for their regular service. A communal reakfast will be served by the Sisterhood. All boys between the Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday afages of 13 and 18 are earnestly ternoon at 5:15 pm. Rabbi Mesiivited to come. cheloff will preach on "The Portioh of the Week." BAR MITZVAH The Bar Mitzvah ceremony of Plans for incorporation of our Minnionaires in the National Organization of the Young Israel are under way. This will then be he first branch of this Orgahiza Neil Schiff will take place at the tJOn of 0rthodox Youth in tne en synagogue this Saturday morning. The Rabbi will address the boy. Cantor Mamches will chant the services. Friends are cordially invited. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL MIAMI BEACH MIZRACHI First Annual Chanukah Latke MAZUI. TOY Our hearty Mazul Tov to Mr. Party" VomisTs to "be "one' of the and Mrs. Milton Steinhardt on the most enjoyable this year. Plans | irth and brith of their son Kahave already been formulated by fl* Rabbi J. Felshin performed he arrangement committee to ave a prominent speaker, a mu WOULD YOU GIVE ical program which will include Cantor Mamches. Cantor Berele Kelemer, Mrs. M. Lombardo. and he circumcision. CONDOLENCE The deepest feelings of grief are xpressed by the officers and thers, refreshments of every va Ji embers of our congregation, and tire state. HABANOTH Rehearsals of the play "The Old Order" are held regularly. Th*e play will be presented toIn order to cope with the very gether with a full program of enlarge enrollment that has already tertainment by the Miami Beach") filled our classes, class II will be Habanoth on Sunday night. Dedivided into two distinct classes, cember 17th one to be taught by Miss T. Jamison and the other by Miss B Last Monday night tickets for the affair, and copies of the HaSmith. a new recruit to our fabanoth bulletin were distributed, culty who comes with years of'The cultural program included the teaching experienre and a very reading of Jewish anecdotes winning personality. Judith Moss. The Habanoth Glee We continue to extend our most Club is making beautiful progress riety including latkes, and a number of Chanukah games new and old. A beautiful, hand crochetted cape has been donated for the afair by Mrs. L. Hyde, and a very interesting garden growing out of ne cocoanut shell has been donated by Mrs. A. Falstein. Tickets are on sale at the synay the Rabbi, Cantor ar.vl Sexton, t the demise of Mr. Moesha Roenberg. one of the early f-upportrs of our congregation. His loss is arnestly felt. "Information is CHARLES CRF.TZ. wanted of also known gogue am! by members of the as ROTHMAN and KANE who is men's and women's division of the i not contributing to the support of his five children, living with their mother in New York City, as a reMiami Beach Habanoth. The price is nominal. cordial welcome to all children between the ages of 5 and 17 to enroll in our kindergarten, regular classes or first two years of our High School course. A very worthwhile curriculum is in effect. Our staff and equipment are of the finestOur daily classes are conducted from 3:30 to 7. Our Sunday sessions are held from 10 t ol2. Registration open during these hours. SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT Chanukah will be celebrated by our School in the presentation of our annual Chanukah entertainment, Sundaf afternoon, December 10th at 2:00. A varied program will be presented which will include songs, a model class, recitations, candle drills, and a play, "The end of the Story." Tickets are now on saleThe proceeds go to our School Fund. under the guidance of Miss BSugarman. Girls between the ages of 14 and 16 are welcomed by this GUEST RABBI SPEAKS Rabbi J. Graubart, one of the utstandirfg veteran rabbis of our country, is visiting with us this season. He was the guest speaker at our last Shalosh S'oodoss ahd enchanted the large attendance. by To him. our sincere thanks. SURPRISE WEDDING Congratulations to Mr. Milton Berezoff and Miss Dorothy Orlin who were married at a midnight wedding in the presence of their many friends at the home of Mr. suit of which his family i? in destitute circumstances and dependent on the charities. Mr. Crete, who is believed to be in Florida, is 37 years of age. 6 ft. 11 in. tallweighs 185 pounds, has black hair, hazel-grey eyes, is a taxi cab driver and auto mechanic by occupation. Anyone aware of his location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau. 67 West 47th Street, New York City. A PENNY tuMop that hoodac/ia? Al OST people who use Dr. Miles /Tl Anti-Pain Pills say that one pill usually relieves their headaches. In the regular package. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills cost one penny each. In the economy packages, one penny buys IVi pills. Why Don't You Try Dr. Mil** Anti-Pain Pills? They taste, good, act promptly, do not upset the stomach, contain no opiates or laxative medicines. 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Miami, Fla
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24 1939

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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VOL. 12NO. 46
MIAMI. FLORIDA., FRIDAY. NOV. 24TH, 1939
PRICK 10 CENTS
Zionists Elect Officers -ov
At Large Meeting ai
Over three hundred persons were
present at the Cultural meeting
jointly sponsored by the Greater
Miami Zionist District and the
Miami Chapter of Senidr Hadas-
sah held Tuesday evening at the
Victor Hotel. Guest speakers of
the evening were Reverend Daniel
Ivcrson, Minister. Shenandoah
Presbyterian Church, and Mrs. Jo
seph Ehrlich. national vice presi-
dent of Hadassah.
Following the cultural meeting,
the Zionist District held their an
nual election of officers. The nom-
inating committee headed by Mr.
Nahan Adelman and consisting of
Mr. Harry Simonoff. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Rabbi Colman A- /.wit
man and Mr. Meyer Schwartz,
presented the slate which was
unanimously accepted. Mr. Sidney
].. Segall was re-elected president;
Mr. Harry Koretsky. first vice-
president; Mr. Irving Frankol.
second vice-president; Mr. Fred K.
Shochet. third vice president; Mr.
Nathan Adelman. re-elected cor
responding secretary; Mr. M.
Scheinbaum, financial secretary;
and Mr. Louis Gordon, re-elected
treasurer- Elected to the adminis
trative board were Messrs. Mor-
ris Alpert, Sam Blank, M- J. Kop-
THERE
Rabbis Hold
Holiday Services
The annual Thanksgiving ser
vices sponsored by the Rabbinical
.___..__........ .. .. .. .. I Association1 of Greater Miami will
Baron de Hirsch Meyer ha- a,- j be held in the Miami Jewish Or-
cepted the leadershp of the .Miami ( thodox Synagogue. 1545 S. W. 3rd
unit in Hi.- I9S9 Christmas Seal Sale, i ..
according to Harrj n ll.-. i-.i. iini. Street- Miami, Thursday, Novem-
Thl" her 30th at 11 a. m. The program
includes the opening prayer by-
Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff; vocal se-
lection "God Bless America." Ha-
banoth of Miami; presentation of
Colors. Scout Troops of Y. M. H.
A.; scriptural reading, Robbi Max
Shapiro; vocal selection, Bin has
Kohanim. Cantor Nathan Wroo
bel; Thanksgiving address,
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Miz-
mor I.. Sodah. Cantor Maurice
Mamches; benediction. Dr. Jacob
II. Kaplan; and vocal selections
will be the thirty-third consecutive
year that the nation-wide educational
campaign against tuberculosis has
been carried on by tuberculosis nsso.
>ns, both state and local.
-i.i. ksom illi NovemDer 18,
Floi Ida holds tenth plai e among the
nnl Ion's 18 stati a In moi tgagea on
homes Insured bj the Federal Hous-
ing Administration during the flrsl
eight ontha of this .....I '-'
to M. M. Parish, PHA state dire, tor.
Florida's rank is both In the number
of Insured mortgagee and In the dol.
lar volume.
'Whitepaper' Terms
May Be Enforced
Rabbi Abraham A. K liner will
preside over the services. The pub-
lic is cordially invited to attend-
Sidney L. Segall
re-elected President of Greater
Miami Zionist District.
Simonhoff- Louis Wcir.'klc, Ixiuis
elowitz. Stanley C. Meyers. V.. Al-
bert I'allot. Leo Robinson, Meyer
SchwarU Philip Segall. Harry
Zeientz; M<**lames Lillian Simon-
(Coiitinui-d on Page 7)
SYNAI : M SUE i >PENS I" IRS Tl'
CHILLY CON'tlREaATIONALISTS
Homi Hie, M iss. I I'.NSi Holy
Communion servcea of the Br.....Iway
Hill Congregational Church America and Hatikvah. audience.
hi -.- were held In the hall of Temple
R'nal B'rlth as a result of cold
weather, n fault) heater, and s rab-
bi's imitation.
More than 200 membera of the
- onal group, appearing it
their church foi the services, found
that the heating apparatus was not
functioning and the building was
cold. Rabbi Hyman J. Routtenberg of
Temple B'nal B'rlth, just around the
api Ised the situation. Im-
mediately offered the facilities ..f his
temple. The offer was accepted by
the Rev. William T. How- who offi-
ciated at the service, baptised six
children, and received a n< w member
into the church.
London (WNS)The "Jewish
Chronicle" declared editorially
that the arrival in Ixindon of David
ben Gurion, chairman <>f the Jew-
ish Agency's Jerusalem Executive,
is an indication that Agency lead
ers are concerned with the immi-
gration question. The Jewish
Agency for Palestine will appeal
to the British Government to delay
action in carrying out the terms of
the Palestine "White Paper",
which plans to suspend Jewish
immigration into the Holy Land
for a period of <> months and also
to stop further purchases of land.
Meanwhile lien Gurion' is ex-
tensively discussing general Pal-
estine problems with Dr. ( haim
Weizmann anl has given the Agen-
cy leader a detailed report on the
present situation in Palestine.
B'nai B'rith
Rushes Aid
Washington (WNS)In res
ponse to art urgent plea for aid
issued by the British Grand Lodge
to B'nai B'rith headquarters in
Washington, a draft for $3000 was
immediately appropriated from
BVai B'rith's Emergency Relief
Fund, authorized by Henry Mon-
sky. president of B'nai B'rith, and
cabled to London this week. The
$3000 was dispatched to Julius
Schwab. president of District
Grand Lodge No. 15, comprising
the lodges and auxiliaries in En-
gland, Scotland, Wales and Ire-
land, which initiated the program
of refugee child care in England,
and committed itself to the care
of 900 of the 5000 children
brought into the British Isles.
Up to the outbreak of the war,
the B'nai B'rith Council for Jew-
is Refugee Children in London had
been spending in excess of
$125,000 a year to maintain, house
and educate these children in pri-
vate homes, schools, and hostels,
all of the funds having been con-
tributed by the B'nai B'rith mem-
bership in Great Britain- The war.
however, has impeded the refugee
aid machinery in England because
thousands of Jews, among them
hundreds of members of B'nai
B'rith. who had assumed financial
responsibility for refugee children
brought over before the war are
now in the armed service of Bri-
tain and no longer in a position
to meet their commitments to
refugees.
Rumania Fears
Sovief" Invasion
Floridians Chosen
At Regional Meet
Inspired by messages of hope I nor. of Nashville, Tenn.; and A- I.
Bucharest (WNS) Rumania
has withdraw almost all her
troops from Bessarabia, which
once belonged to Russia, believ-
ing this move offers a surer de-
fense than if the area bristled
with arms. The. possible invasion
of Soviet troops into this prov-
ince, however, hangs over Ruman-
ia like a nightmare. Competent
sources said the withdrawal was
made because the Bessarataan
plains would be difficult to de-
fend. Rumanian officials mean-
while ordered evacuation of citi-
zens into the interior. Bessarabi-
,,- .... i,,i i '/.lek, Tan.i.a, and Beth Israel, wmi
an towns are thickly populated p.,,,,, v,.h
with Jews living in abject poverty!
and unimaginable misery. Thous-
FLOR1DA USADERS APPOINTED
TO X:- A. II. '. RBulUNAL
'' IMMITTEE OF 100"
Florida American Jewish leaden
have been appointed to the Union of
American llel.rew Congregations'
"Committee of 100" for Raigon it
which Includes Alabama, Georgia,
Florida, North Carolina, and South
Carolina, according to an announce.
Hunt just made at Cincinnati head-
quarters of the Union.
Kloii.la members of the "Commit-
tee of i"" for Region .1 Include.
Jacksonville: Mrs. Israel Kaplan,
Mrs. Sidney Brown, Mrs. Leonard
Qrunthal, Joseph M. Ollcksteln, Al-
exander Brest and P. w. Zacharlas.
Miami: Mrs. Milton P. Tracers
Mrs. Harold II. Spaet, Isaac I^evln.
J. Cierald Lewis, R, W. Apte. anil
Mont.fioie Sellg.
Orlando: Mrs. Nat Berman, Bar-
ney Cohen and Rabbi M. Bkop.
I', nsarola: Mrs Miriam F. Frank.
J. Montrose Edrehl and Max I.. Car.
St. Petersburg: Rabbi and Mre.
Plier W. Jacobs.
Tampa: Mis. Daniel Rachelsf.n,
Mrs. ('has. ll. Jacobs, Sol Jacobs,
Ju.iKe M. Henry Cohen, O. Falk,
Km.st Maas, Major M. J. Mackler,
and Dr. Daniel Rachelson
\V. Palm Beach: Mrs. Carl N Her.
man. Jack Fein and I, P. Gruner.
Florida Congregations affiliated
with the Union Include: Ahavath
Cheaed, Jacksonville: Temple Israel,
Miami: Beth El, Pensacola: Schaaral
for the future and reports of
progress in the past, delegates of
the District in five states returned
to their homes this week follow-
ing the second annual convention
here last weekend of the South
eastern Zionist Region.
Jake Felt, of Memphis. Tenn..
was re-elected President of the
Southeastern Zionist Region at the
closing business session of the
region's annual convention at the
Biltmore Hotel.
Robert M. Travis, of Atlanta,
general chairman of the conven-
tion, was one of six new vice
presidents unanimously elected.
Others are Max Hurvich. of Bir
mingham. Ala.; Gus Gold, of Chat
tanooga, Tenn.; Dr. Ixmis Levy.
of Memphis, Tenn-; Fred Kirch-
Leiberman. of Jacksonville. Flo-
rida.
Sam H. Berman, of Atlanta,
and Ben Bernetsky, of Memphis,
were re-elected to the positions of
treasurer and secretary, respec-
tively.
An administrative council of 18
was elected by the convention to
conduct the business of the region
between the annual sessions. The
council convention will employ a
full-time field worker to integrate
the work of districts in the region
and to stimulate formation of new
districts.
Members of the council include
Rabbi Margolis, of Jacksonville,
Fla,; Harry Simonoff. of Miami,
Fla.
ends, whom overnight have lost
their livelihood because of the
liquidation of the establishments
where they were employed, are
without even bread.
Tens of thousands of Jews in
Bukovina face a similar situation
and it is feared that in the event
the Soviets start marching across
Rumanian soil they will proceed
into Bukovina and perhaps even
further.
Bessarabia was a population of
3,000.000 and was part of the
Russian empire before the World
War. In 1919 the province en-
tered into a voluntary union with
Rumania although the Soviet
Union never recognized the terri-
tory as part of Rumania.
Mandate Commission Nazi Threat
Postpones Session Worries JeWS
Geneva (WNS-Palcor Agency)
-The Permanent Mandates Com-
I-ondon (MNS)The war of
Miami's Temple Israel. Dr. Jacob II
Kaplan and Rabbi Colman Zwitman
are its spiritual leaders.
These membera are appointed to
oTlncreaSed"^^ bein8 wa^<: b* HitIer
llglon and Democracy and will <- I which was scheduled to convene
- .111-.t delegates to the Convention .
here on November 17, has post-
contributed $1,000 to the American
Red Cross to provide food, cloth-
ing and medicines for refugees
The previous week, B'nai B'rith from the Polish war zone.
of 3s union Congregations in the
Region which Is to take place In
Atlanta, November s4-M, the Union
announcement stated.
The Atlanta Convention will he
one of a series of M Regional meet'
Ings for representatives of Congrega.
tlons and of the National Federations
of Temple Sisterhoods. Brotherhoods
and Youth. Union affiliates, which
the Union Is sponsoring this fall.
Delegates from the Region will
dJSCUM "The Synagogue In the Com.
munlty." Eugene Oherdorfer of At-
lanta. Is chairman for the Conven-
tion.
Following Regional meetings, the
Union, parent body of Liberal Juda-
ism In Amerloa, will sponsor 3.000
Round Table meetings to put the
Service Program Into local opera-
tion.
PALESTINE RABBIS PLAN
AMERICAN TRIP
Jerusalem (RN'S)At a meeting of
leading rabbis and representatives Of
religious organizations from all parts
Of Palestine. It wag ile.iile.l that a
group of eminent rabbis, headed by
Chief Rabbi Dr. Isaac Hersog, should
proceed to America In the Interests
of the theological colleges 111 Pales-
tine.
poned its session until December,
it was learned here. The interna-
tional situation was believed to
be responsible for the postpone-
ment.
SAILORS' SCHOOL IN
HAIFA EXPANDS
Haifa (WNS Palor Agency)
Despite wartime conditions, a new
class was begun at the Haifa Nau-
tical School, whose students now
total 65. supported by the funds of
the Jewish Agency, the training
school for maritime occupations
has been promised a contribution
tward its 1940 budget by the Ha-
dassah of America.
against Rumania has caused grave
apprehension among the Jewish
population, a dispatch from Bu-
chapst to the "London Times" dis-
closed- Approximately 160.000
Jews living in Transylvania, in
northern Rumania, near the Car-
patho-Hungarian border, have be-
gun to evacuate the towns of
Sighet, Cluj (Klausonborg), Satu-
Mare and other cities in the prov-
ince of Maramuresh and move
deeper into Rumania, south of the
Bihar Mountains. Thousands of
Jewish refugees who managed to
escape from Polish war zones fol-
lowing Nazi isvasion are in a more
tragic position.


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THE JEWISH FLORID)AN
FRIDAY, NOV. 24TH, 1939
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VOLUME 12.NUMBER 46.
Violation of Good Faith
Rumania is making a valiant effort to satisfy her minorities.
Far-reaching concessions have been made to the Russian and
Hungarian populations in Rumania. There is only one exception
the Jews. A recent government decree once more has stipu-
lated that all inhabitants of the annexed territories are enti-
tled to citizenship, except the Jews.
According to various estimates 150,000 Jews in Rumania
have been deprived of citizenship. Rumania wants to pacify all
those minorities of whom she is afraid because they are parts of
hrge and powerful nations. It does not hesitate, however, to
violate the solemn obligations it assumed towwd the Jews in the
peace treaty. The history of Rumania, as far as the Jews are
concerned, is characterized by violation of every peace treaty,
beginning with the Berlin treaty of 1879. The Jews are the only
minority who have been consistently loyal to the Rumanian
state. Yet the Rumanian government brazenly disregards all
treaties insofar as the Jews are concerned.
Let us hope that out of this war a new order will arise which
v.ill make it impossible for countries to persecute those ctf their
citizens who are defenseless.
COUHTMY TM TM0l. U. A. N. ft PWUCATK
FUTILITY
B'NAl B'RITH
NOTES
Sidney I.. Segall
Brother Henry Monsky, Nation-
al president of B'nai B'rith, in a
recent article printed in the Na-
tional B'nat B'rith Jewish Month-
ly, issue of October 1939. has made
some statements which are both
interesting and timely. Your
writer would like to use this col-
umn to point out a few highlights
in Bro. Monsky's article.
The keynote or theme of the
article referred to is "leadership."
Bro. Monsky cautions, adivisedly,
that we need 'leaders who have
moral stamina" and says they
must be "men who feel that spi-
ritual and qualitive values are
no alien in the cosmic
order. ." He farther
States: "It is regrettable that
many of the men whi have taken
authority in Jewish life are either
cynical with reference to eternal
values or else so utterly blasted in
spirit that they impart their lack
of moral stamina to those whom
they influence." (Emphasis ours.)
As a further requisite for Jew-
ish leadership, Bro. Monsky. im-
pressively sets forth. quoting
again his expressions concerning
qualifications of Jewish leaders:
"They must be steeped in Jewish
learning and tradition. A good
voice, h.iwever resonant, is no sub-
stitute for an adequate Jewish
background." (Emphasis your re-
porter's.) In this same connection
he says: "Affable drawing-room
mannt'is. however useful in am-
bassadorial service to the non-Jew
are no substitute for the living
inspiration which comes from an
immersion in historical values."
Strange but true, your writer
points out, with reluctance, that
many of our self styled leaders
have never had a fundamental
background in Jewish history or
Jewish civilization.
Bro. Monsky ably emphasizes
the prime requisite that the "per-
sonalities of our leaders must be
subordinated to the higher cause,
the welfare Of Israel. The ability
to submerge self for the achieve
merit of the ideal is the true test
of leadership."
This column does not permit
space to write more fully about
the above mentioned article. We.
therefore, recommend that every
Ben Brith read Bro. Monsky's ir
tide, it' you have not already done
so.
SOCIETY
SPINOZA LECTURES
CONTINUE
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will give
the fourth in the series of eighteen
lectures on the "Philosophy of
Spinoza" this Saturday afternoon
at 3 p. m. The Spinoza group
meets every Saturday afternoon
OH the lawn at 1059 Collins Avc
Miami Beach. All are welcome.

CAKE SALE
TO BE HELD
Mrs Jean Seitlin. chairman of
the annual Cake Snle. sponsored
by the Beth David Sisterhood
which will be held all day Novem-
ber 29th in front of Palmer's, 30
N-E. 1st St.. dequests that all mem-
bers and friends who wish to do-
nate cakes to please phone 2-8500
and they will be called for.
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J BIRON)
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
WAR BULLETINS
The crime of the ages is being committed by those experts,
the Nazis, in Poland. Because relietf work there might help
the situation of the Polish Jews the German authorities have
refused the proffered aid of the Quakers. Even the black-
out can have ailverlining. ... In Berlin people have been
finding anti-Hitler handbills in their pockets after bumping
into strangers in the dark streets. Hitler's next stunt will
be a call for repatriation of Germans living in all parts of the
world. ... If you want to know how news of the outer world
occasionally trickles into censor-ridden Naziland you'll be in-
terested to hear of the latest subterfuge. ... It was an Ameri-
can friend of a German who thought up the plan of sending
over chocolate-coated marshmallow bars with a message stuffed
inside the fillings and this procedure has become quite popular.
. One of its advantages is that the consor is sure to get in-
digestion from having to eat so many marshmallow bars. .
YOU SHOULD KNOW
The official mastermind of the German propaganda in this
country is one Heinz Beler, wh'o was sent here by Goebbels to
be what he euphemistically calls "director of the German Li-
brary of Information." Soon it will come out that Fritz
Kulm had a secrel meeting with the Rev. Gerald Winrod, Kan-
sas anti-Semite, two years ago to map out thai un-Amercian
campaign plan which Winrod so aggressively sponsored. .
Max Reinhardl was greatly pained recently to learn thai the
famous Salzburg eastle which used to b'e his served as the
'iieeting-place of Nazi and Soviel delegates last summer for a
conference thai resulted in that notorious pact. Most ap-
propriate Chanukah gifl we can suggest is a slender bu.1 funny
picture book published by Hillman-Curl and entitled "Keedle."
... It (lesci-il.es. in color-cartoons, Hitler's rise and decline,
until on the last page he ends up as a louse being gqnashfed be-
tween the tliuinli and forefinger of civilization. And if
you do your Chanukah shopping in New York don't, forget to
patronize the sale of refugee art and handicrafts in the Empire
State Building. That Muich time-bomb, claim the Broad-
way wags, was flown over from England hidden iii tfcje folds of
('hamberiain's umbrella. .
COURT RECORD
Walter Winchell, who did a swell job reporting the Fritz
Kuhn trial, gleefully observed that on day the prosecutor acci-
dentally called the Nazi fuehrer "Kohn." Winchell pre-
dicts that if Kuhn is sentenced to a prison term the warden of
the jail will be the chief sufferer. ... It seem that when Kuhn
recently was confined in the Tombs the prisoners in his cell row
/igorously and vociferously protested against his presence in
ing chosen, incidentally, one of the important questions that
their vicinity. When the jurors for the Kuhn trial were be-
determined their suitability concerned Winchell's collmn. ,
The defense didn't welcome Walter's faithful readers. .
JEWISH NEWS
Din'1 be surprised it' the HIAs and ORT will be part of
ihe I'nited Jewish Appeal next year. This continent is
going to have its first Alpine Jewish winter resort when the
Hotel Vermont ;it Sic. AgathV des Molds in Canada's Lauren-
tian -Mounltains opens its winter season this year. Fea-
tured activities will be skiing in the daytime and pinochle at
night, with bridge for the ladies. "The American Friends
of Palestine" is really anotHer name for thr Revisionist wing
of the American Zionists. There's a great deal of anxiety
in official Zionist circles because the British Colonial Office
is preparing to revive its determination to push through the
White Paper of last May and to specify the regions in which
Jews will not be aide to buy lafcd in Palestine. : Wiezmann
will arrive on our shores via Clipper the first week of Decem-
ber, and will be given a mass welcome at Madison Square Gar-
den. Strenuousbut, we predict, unsuccessfulefforts
will be made to get former Justice Louis D. Brandeis to par-
ticipate in the meeting. .

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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, NOV. 24TH, 1939


Council News
Orchids to Jacksonville Ameri-
can Jewish Women. On Tuesday
November 21st at a special called
meeting by the temporary chair-
man, Mrs. Stanley Harris, Jack-
sonville Section joined forces with
the other 65.000 women through
out the United States to proceed
on a definite Council Program.
Mrs. Harry Rubin, of Charleston,
S. C.i a National Board member
was the guest of Jacksonville, to
organize them in full swing.
Through the efforts of Mrs.
Arthur Kessler, President of the
Tampa Section, and Mrs. O. Z.
Marcrs of Tampa and Mrs. Joseph
Wohl, 2nd Vice President of the
Southern Interstate, including
Mrs. Benjamin LeVine,. President
of Miami Section at a meeting at
the George Washington Hotel on
Wednesday. November 14th at
which there were about 35 women
present. After presenting to those
in attendance the Council Program
and projects, the enthusiasm dis-
played for immediate organiza-
tion was a source of pleasure and
commendation to us four ladies
heading the organization commit-
tee, as directed by our National
President, while on her Florida
trip.
The women of Jacksonville re-
alized that through a concerted
effort of womanhood, and the in-
tegral part that a Council section
plays in civic and communal life.
that they too can do for Jackson-
ville what the other 200 sections
in the United States have done
through all these 45 years.
o
The Forum sponsored by the
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men will meet Friday at 2 p. m. at
the Evans Hotel. 953 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach, November 24th.
The guest speaker will be Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman whose subject
will be "Democracy in Actuality."
Rabbi Zwitman attended the re-
cent ceremonies at the installa-
tion of the Chair of Democracy at
Southern College. Lakeland. Fla.,
and will report graphically the
proceeding of this memorable oc-
casion.
The "Personality Garden" topic
will be "Her Infinite Variety",
based upon a scene from the screen
drama "Rembrandt" with Charles
Loughton.
The study of contemporary Jew-
ish dramatists continues with Mrs.
Julius Pearson discussing "Elmer
Rice, Realist."
Mrs. Harold Turk will interpret
a scene from George S. Kauf-
man's "The Royal Family" and in
contrasting mood a sombre situa-
tion from "The Subway" by Elmer
Rice.
Harry Boyelle will sing, with
Mrs. Jack C. Cohen. Mrs. Harry
DAYTONA NOTES
PERMANENT SCHEDULE
Sabbath Services: Friday at 8
p. m.. Saturday at 10 a. m.
Sunday School: 10 a. in.
Hebrew School: Daily 3:30 p. m
5 p. m.
< ONC.REC.ATIONAl.
The Judah P. Benjamin Lodge
B'nai B'rith celebrated B'nai B'rith
Sabbath with a special service at
Temple Israel. The guest speaker I
of the evening was Mr. B. J-
Cohen of Orlando, President of
the State Federation of B'nai
B'rith who spoke on the B'nai
B'rith activities and it's work. The
service was conducted by Rabbi S.
M. Bogner. At the conclusion of
the service an Oneg Shabbath was
held in the Auditorium with the
members of the lodge acting as
hosts for the occasion.
SISTERHOOD NOTES
At the last meeting of the Sis-
terhood of Temple Israel held
November G, the following were
elected to serve as officers for the
coming year.
Bamhard and Mrs. Max Steuer
will act as hostesses during the
afternoon-
Mrs. I. M. Weinctein will con-
tinue the review of "Inside Asia"
by John Gunther using the chapers
on Chiha. The public is invited. Re-
freshments served.
A PERSONAL LETTER TO THE RESIDENTS OF GREATER MIAMI
Kindly be informed that the Washington Cleaner* and Laundry, under
the management of Mr. Nathan Zwitman of Miami, is now offering you the
linest dry cleaning and laundry service at the minimum legal prices prevail,
rng in Greater Miami.
Every gurment and bundle will receive the personal attention of Mr.
Zwitman, whose three years of experience in executive capacity with the
Queensboro Cleaners and Laundry of New York, assure you that your
cleaning- problems will be treated to your absolute satisfaction.
Our trucks call for and deliver in MIAMI and MIAMI BEACH.
Won't you please permit us to prove that we are offering1 a finer
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PLEASE CALL MR. ZWITMAN AT 5-4804, AND OBLIGE.
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President, Miss Sadie Katxj
vice president, Mrs. Florence
Reed; secretary, Mrs. Florence
Bogner; treasurer, Mrs. Minna
Ossinsky.
These newly elected officers
will be installed at the Friday
night services, November 24. Rab-
bi Bogner will conduct the service
and help install the officers-elect.
The theme for his sermon is
Home Builders." At the conclu-
sion of the service there will be
an Oneg Shabbath with the mem-
bers of the Sisterhood acting as
hostesses. %
SUNDAY SCHOOL
The children of the Sunday
School are busy preparing their
annual Chanuka play to be given
this year in conjunction with the
second annual Latke party. Rabbi
and Mrs. Rogner will he the hosts
on Sunday night. December 10.
The rabbi and members of the
congregation join in thanks to
the Almighty for having spared
to us the life of Melvin Chaim
Dobrow. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Dobrow who had been seriously ill.
RECENT ARRIVALS
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kaufman
from Toms River. N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Hyman from
New York City.
Mrs. Twelvetrees and daughter
Cecil from New York.
Dr. and Mrs. Price, Dr. Cogin.
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FRIDAY, NOV. 24TH, 1939
THE JEWISH FLOIIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
1IIIMIIIHtUIIH*JI4UUII

THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
SENIOR DIVISIONMEN
Plans have been completed for
the Thanksgiving Eve entertain-
ment to be held at the "Y" next
Wednesday evening. November
29th at 8:30 o'clock. At that time
we will have the pleasure of lis-
tening to the University of Miami
String Symphony Quartet who
will render a concert of beautiful
classical music.
Mr. George Swan, editor of the
"Swan Cracker" will deliver a talk
on "The Preservation of Demo-
cracy". A large crowd is expected
and those desiring to attend are
requested to come early.
BUY TICKETS NOW FOR THE
8TH ANNUAL DANCE-
DECEMBER 17TH 1939
8TH ANNUAL DANCE
-i* Fred K. Shochet and Lou Sa-
fan, co-chairmen of the Publicity
Committee for our 8th Annual
Dance, are offering a prize of a
beautiful piece of luggage to the
person selling the greatest num-
ber of tickets for the 8th Annual
Dance by Monday. December 4th.
The luggage is on display at the
"Y" and everyone may inspect it.
We hope this will be an incentive
and inducement for members to go
out and use every' effort to sell a
maximum number of tickets.
A rart treat will be in store for
us on Wednesday, December 6th
when N. Vernon Hawthorne,
prominent Miami attorney will der
liver a talk at the "Y." More de-
tails in next week's issue. Keep
this date open.
SENIOR DIVISIONWOMEN
This division held a card party
at the "Y" last Wednesday nite.
Many members and visitors at-
tended the affair which was a huge
success. Mrs. Pearl Reisman was
chairman.
The Library Committee, of
which Mrs- Joel Belov is chairman
assisted by Mrs. Bernard Simon,
is making excellent progress. De-
tails of their plans will be an-
nounced in a later issue-
On Wednesday evening. Decem-
ber 13th. Mr. Joseph A. Berman,
our Vocational Guidance director
will speak before this division on
the topic. "Problem Parents."
JUNIOR DIVISION
On Monday evening. Novem-
ber 27th next. Mrs. Benjamin Le-
Vine, president of Miami Section,
Natiinal Council of Jewish Wo-
men will deliver a talk before this
group <>n "The Aims and Princi-
ples of Council." Everyone is in-
vited.
SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION
The Executive Director has re-
organized this division and has
formed three secti.ms. Group 1is
composed of hoys who are taking
athletics as their project, Ralph
Grossman is sponsor. Group 2
is composed of girls who are <"''
ducting Cultural Programs Ul*l< 1
the direction of Mrs. Pearl Reis-
man who is their sponsor. Group
3is composed of the Y. M. 11 A.
Stock Company. Meetings are held
every Saturday nite at the "Y"
and all boys and girls between
the ages of 18-16 years are invited
to attend.
NEWS AROUND TOWN
Our Congrats to Baron de Hirsch
Meyer who has been' install..1 as
President of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau. The Baron has been a
member of the "Y" for several
HIIHn.*|ltniffMHaMIIHlllHMrHWtn,llHtll*imilHIHIHIIItllllt1HII years and we feel proud of this
selection. Several *Y" members
have also been installed on the
Board of Directors of the J. W. B.
. We again call your attention
to the essay contest sponsored by
the B'nai B'rith and Y. M. H. A.
jointly on the topic "Why I Need
Vocational Guidance." $50.00 first
prize and 4 additional cash
awards. Communicate with the
B'nai B'rith Offices, Congress
Bldg- or with the Y. M. H. A. for
more details.
BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR
THE 8TH ANNUAL DANCE-
DECEMBER 17TH. 1939
Attention Employers: Please co-
operate with us by advising us
when you need help. We maintain
an Employment Service that is
different and have on file applica-
tions of capable persons who can
help you. Phone 3-4012 and we
shall be glad to assist you.
NEWS AROUND TOWN IN
THE BROWN
Although, still a bit weak from
a cold our executive director.
Maurice Grossman is on the job
daily.
Sorry to inform you that our
Board member Lieberman is home
in bed with the grippe.
Who is to be the orchestra at
the "Y" Eighth Annual Dance
December 17 at the Civic Center
is still very much a question mark.
However, a topnotch band will be
playing that night is assured.
Al Pallot has done a yeoman's
job in the sale of tickets for the
8th annual, having sold more than
300 to date. How's about the rest
of you folks?
Y. M. H. A. DUCKPIN LEAGUE
WEEK ENDING
Thursday November 16th, 1939
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CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
BAR M1TZVAH
Mr. and Mrs. M. M- Nankin in-
vite you to attend the Bar Mitz-
vah celebration of their son Frank-
lin, to be held at the Temple ser-
vices this Friday, Nov. 24th, 1939,
at 8:15 p. m. A reception, in honor
of the Bar Mitzvah, will be ten-
dered by his parents after the ser-
FR1DAY EVENING
RECEPTIONS
A beautiful social hour of Sab-
bath greetings and refreshments
is held every Friday evening, after
the services, under the auspices
of our Sisterhood, with Mrs. Sam-
uel Katz as this year's chairman.
Contributing hostesses for last
week's reception were Mrs. Leo
Ackerman. Mrs. Adolph Arky.
Mrs. Chas. Beckwitt, Mrs. Henry
Bulbin. Mrs. Maxwell BeTtuch,
Mrs. Syd Beskind.
Additional floral decorations at
last Friday evening's service were
presented by Mr. and Mrs. J. Epp-
stein and by the Mendelson fami-
ly.
The floral offering for this week
will be presented by Mr- and Mrs.
Max M. Nankin, and the reception
will be tendered by them in honor
of their son's Bar Mitzvah.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Friday evening, Nov. 24. 1939.
I at 8:15 p. m.
Sermon: "Patriotism, True and
r*alse." Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Services conducted by Rabbi
Colman -V- Zwitman.
SISTERHOOD NEWS
This Week's Two Important
Events
l. Sisterhood Membership Tea.
. Monday. Nov. 27th. 1939, between
26th, 1939. at 11 a. m. The Religi-
ous School Choir, with Miss Mari-
on Freed as organist, will render
musical selections, and a program
will be presented by students of
the Religious School including an
address by Mr. Stanley Ratner, of
the post-Confirmation class. Pa-
rents and friends are invited to
this assembly at 11 o'clock.
IN MEMORIAM
May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among u-."
The Yahrzeits of the following
will be commemorated in our ser-
vices this Friday evening.
Etta Bowman, mother of .'. -
Julius Damenstein.
Ellen DeCastro Williams, moth-
er of Mr. Henry D. Williams.
Max Zeientz. father of Mr.
Louis Zeientz.
Isaac Eichengreen. father of
Mr. Dave Eichengreen.
Joseph Seidenberg, father of
Mr. J. Michel Seidenberg.
Kaufman Mendell.
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Phone 2-3151
The Y. M. li. A. Royals led by
! Al Berkowitz are now 3 games
:ahead of the "Y" Reliables, having
defeated the Abe Silver Warriors
in three straight games last Thurs-
day. This Thursday the leading
Royals do battle with the Reli-
ables who have been responsible
for 5 of the Royals losses. If the
Reliables cap 3 straight they go
into a tie for first place-
Come OUt to the Miami Rccrea
tioiv Alleys and watch the boys in
action every Thursday. 8:15 p. m.
2:00 ami 5:00 p. m. at Barclay
Plaza Hotel, 1940 Park Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. Airs. Harold 1!- Spaet.
presiding, Mrs. Samuel Kanner.
program chairman. Mis. Max Oro-
vitz. chairman of the afternoon.
2. Theatre Party, at the Lincoln
Theatre. Miami Peach, on Nov.
27th, 1039 (Monday evening), fea-
turing Claudette Colbert and Hen-
ry Fonda, in "Drums Along the
Mohawk." Admission 55 cents per
person. For reservations call the
chairman. Mrs. Dan Ruskin.
330S3.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Thanksgiving Pay services, at
Temple Israel Religious School,
will be celebrated in a special as-
sembly this Sunday morning, Nov.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, NOV. 24TH, 1939
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Itabbi 497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-U73 Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR
Daily services at 7 a. m. and
Friday evening 8:15.
Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30
a. m.
Late Friday evening services.
Friday evening S: 15.
Junior services, Saturday 10:30
a. m.
Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:13 p.
m.
Sunday School. Sunday 10:00 a.
m.
Bar-M it z van Group, Sunday
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
LATE FRIDAY EVENTr,G
SERVICES
Services will be conducted by
Rabbi Max Shapiro at the Beth
David Synagogue, Friday evening
at 8:15. Cantor Louis Hayman.
assisted by the Beth David Choir
will chant the Liturgic Melodies
composed by Cantor I. Kaminsky.
In answer to last \v<*ek's dis-
cussion from the pulpit on a
"Challenge For Democracy". Rab-
bi Max Shapiro will present a solu-
tion to the "Challenge" from the
Jewish standpoint based on "An
Hysteria of Fear" the "Onog-
Shabbos" held during the social
hour in the auditorium after the
services is proving to be most
unique. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Acker-
man served as hosts during th--
hour in honor of their daughter's
birthday. This Friday. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Markowitz will serve
as hosts in honor of their son's
birthday
RELIGIOUS AM) CULTURAL
INSTITUTION
Junior Congregation.. ...Immedi-
ately after the early services Sat
unlay morning at 10:30 the Junior
Congregation will conduct its ser
vices. Harold Shapiro will be in
charge. The "Bar-Mitzvah" of
Melvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber
nard Wohl will tak' place'Satur-
day at 9:30. A reception will be
tendered to him in the Auditorium
after all services.
Bar-Mimah GroupThe "Bar-
Mitzvah" group will meet Sunday
monving from 9 to 10 under th'
direction of Louis Gadon; boy- of
12 and over are eligible to attend.
Talmuil-Torah.Over 70 chil-
drenhave registered in the daily
Hebrew School comprising one-
third of the total registration of
the Sunday School. This marks a
very high average for a daily He
brew School though it does not
indicate the majority of the chil-
dren in the community ar receiv-
ing religious instructions. It is
unfortunate that parents are so
ignorant as to permit hundreds of
their children to go without rcligir
ous training.
Sunday School.Over 242 chil-
dren are attending every week the
classes of our Sunday School und-T
the capable guidance of registered
and licensed teachers. \V' urge
parents to become more vitally
interested in the welfare of th'ir
children and attend the assembly
'from 11:30 to 12. An urgent ap-
pal is made to the mothers in th1'
column of the Sisterhood's notes.
We ask that you carefully study
the appeal.
Adult Discussion Group"IT*?
course on History and Religion of
the Hebraic Civilization will be
closed to new members this Sun-
day: if you are interested, this is
your last opportunity to register.
The Rabbi is. in charge of the
presentation of this course.
A WARNING
Members and friends are ad-
vised to please phone the Rabbi
if they are approached by repre-
sentatives, solicitors, salesmen or
individuals who come to them and
speak in the name of the Rabbi for
their own purposes. Please do not
hesitate to inform the Rabbi im-
mediately of such a procelure.
ADVICE TO THE COMMUNITY
We wish to acquaint the com-
munity at large that no longer
ar delicatessen products (Frank-
furters, Salami. Comed-beef, etc.)
being manufactured locally as
KOSHER. The original plant has
been converted into a NON-
KOSHER plant. Those wno are in-
I tei'ested in observing strictly
KOSHRUS whether it be meats
or restaurants are cautioned to
phone and inquir'-.
RADIO HOUR
Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct
the raido program over station
WIOD this Sunday afternoon from
3 to 3:30. Cantor Louis Hayman
assisted by the Beth David Choir
will be in charge of the musical
program. In observance of Thanks-
giving Day th' Rabbi will speak-
on the subject." Thanking God in
Sorrow."
R Ml AH -SIH.AEMA
May the Almighty grant an im-
. permanent cure to Mrs.
<'h- Goldstein, who is convalescing
: home.
NOCHIM AVEILIM
May the Almighty assuage the
the pain of Chester Alexander
and family at the loss of their
mother. Mrs. Esther Alexander.
May her soul repose in eternal
peace.
Our condolences to Dr. Charles
S. Werblow at the loss of his be-
loved father. May his soul repose
in eternal peace.
YAHRZEITEN
The following anniversaries in
memory of beloved departed ones
whose names are inscribed in the
' Memorial Book of Life," were
observed from the pulpit Friday
night during the month of Chesh-
van; Chaya Bluma, mother of
Mesdames A. Quadow. J. Fine and
B. Hanson-
Avrohom. the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Luis Weinkle.
Yaacov Nissoiv. father of David
Hi own.
Channa Devorah, mother of
Charles Leviston.
Shloma, father of Mi's. Gerson
August.
Hadassah. mother of Isador and
Dav'd Kaplan.
Miriam, mother of Joe Marko
wit/..
Yaacov Laeb. father of Ida
JacVon.
Avorohom Melech, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Meyers.
Naphtali, father of Saul Greif.
Yosef, father of Mrs. L. Siegel.
Aaron, husband of Mrs. H-
Weinberg.
Chaya sister of Harry Rayvis
Feiga Runi. mother of Morris
Kaler.
Mayer, father of Dora Cohen.
Vosef. father of A. Kronenfeld.
I aeb. husband of Jenny Seidert,
'Shima. mother of 1. Rosengart-
en.
Chaya Soreh, mother of Win.
Friedman.
Molkah, mother of Jacob Rah-
man.
| Soreh Dina, mother of J. M.
Kopelowitz.
Aleksander. father of Mis. M
E. Singer.
Yisroel- father of Mrs. R. Bain.
' The following "Yahraeiten"
were observed- and will be ob-
served during the month of "Kis-
lev-"
Menachem Mendel, father of
Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Sam Haas
Nov. l'l'ia!.
Avrohom. father of Mrs. Louis
I laymanNov. 22nd.
Rikle. mother of Louis Gordon
Nov. 23rd.
Miller Nov. 23rd.
Merdecai, father of Mrs. Louis
Aida- mother of Mrs. Hoffman
Nov. 27th.
Esther, mother of Mrs. Harry
OliphantNov. 2- Mayer Shimon, father of Mrs.
A RubinNov. 29th.
Isser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
WeinkleNov. 29th.
Yechaved. mother of Wolf Blut-
steinNov. 2:'th.
Channa. mother of Mrs. Betty
MayerNov. 30th.
Gedalyohu. father of Mrs. S.
RazinDec. 2nd.
Rivkah. wife of Ch. Greenberg
- Dec. 2nd.
Yitschok Shimon, father of
Mohliner familyDec. 3rd.
Moshe, father of Mrs. S. B.
MillerDee 4th.
Aleksander. father of I. Benja-
min Hoc. 4th.
Yitzchok Moshe. so,, of Esther
Morton Dee. 7th.
I Label, father of I.eo Aekerman'.
Dec. 9th.
These anniversaries are observ-
ed The evening before the English
date mentioned above. The mem-
ories of the departed ones are ob-
served. and mentioned from the
pulpit the Friday evening before
the "Yahrseit". "May their souls
be bound up in the eternal bond
of eternal life"
LAND FOR A HOMELAND" DRIVE TO BE
CONDUCTED ON ZION FLAG DAY
____The Greater Miami Pioneer Women's Organization are
celebrating National Flag Day from November 34th to De-
cember 2nd, by distributing 1m>\os and pins. Proceeds re-
ceived from these sources will go towards the .1. X. P. for
th,. redemption of Palestine. Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president,
is being as>'.ste,l by members of the organization, Miss Adele
Segall, sponsor of Young Judaea and the Sunday Schools of
Greater Miami.
success. In addition to the Boat
Ride, dancing, entertainment ami
prizes will comprise the program
of the evening. The admission per
ticket is a nominal charge of ."(!
cents Please phone 2-1473 or
5 3539
ANNUAL FOOD SALE
The annual elaborate Food Sale
of the Beth David Sisterhood ill
take place this coming Wednes-
day. November 29th. throughout
th" entire day in front of Palmer's
Shoe Store, .ill N. E. 1-t St. We
ask the cooperation of members
and friends to please purchase the
delicious food and cakes which
an- home made and within the
range of popular prices. Mrs. Jean
Seitlin. Chairman of the Food
Sale, has arranged to meet the
desires of our friends.
Remember, we will look forward
to seeing you during the day. this
coming Wednesday. November
28th.
ANNUAL CHANUKAH DINNER
Plans have been formulated for
our ever popular Chanukah Cele-
bration to take place December 10
at the Alamac Kosher Hotel. Mi-
ami Beach The new management
of the Alamac Hotel has assured
US an extraordinary treat with re-
gard to the Chanukah Dinner
sponsored by our Sisterh.....'. Mrs.
L*o Aekerman chairman of the
dinner and her committee consist-
ing of Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and
Mrs. Harry Oliphant, announced
that a most unique program wil
he presented during the evening.
Full detail- ,.i' the program will
be mentioned in next work's is Ue.
Reservations must be completed
within one week's time; we there
f ire ask as many members and
friends to phort.' 2-1473 or 2-0890.
ANNEAL MEMBERSHIP TEA
In keeping with the tradition
established by the Beth David Sis-
terhood tin' Annual Membership
Tea will take place Wednesday,
'December 13 at 2 p. m.. at the
Alcazar Roof. Mis. Joseph Fine,
chairman of the affair, is antici-
pating an unusual large attendant B
at the Tea. Mrs. Stanley Myers,
rogram chairman, is arranging
an outstanding program for the
a.ion. The details will be men-
tioned next week.
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BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD
GALA BOAT RIDE
Mrs. Harry Markowitz. chair-
man of the Sisterhood's unusual
event, the "Moonlight Boat Ride"
announces that very few reserva-
tions are still open. The capacity
of the boat is limited to 225 and
we therefore urge those who de-
sire to be with us this Tuesday-
evening, November 28th. at 8:30
pier 8 of Biscayne Park; the Seven
Seas Yacht are advised to make
their reservations at once, other-
wise they may be disappointed.
A splendid program has been ar-
ranged to make the evening a
Around the Corner Inn
20i212 1N.E. Second St.
AW open for the
11th Season
Luncheons and Dinners
Daily
T <&
VISIT
FRITZ ROSENBERG
now operating
TERRACE GRILL
2285 Biscayne Blvd.
Good Home Cooking
c take so many
man clous things for
granted now-a-days.
The airplane, for ex-
ample, the automo-
bilc-and electric ser-
vice. Think how the
magic of electricity
lias been made utter-
ly dcpend.iblc-how
rates have become
Ly cheaper anil cheaper,
r while the quality of
W service rendered has
-^ become better in
n every way.
It didn't "just happen" The
trained men and women of the
Sunshine Service organization
arc on the job night and day to
bring you better service, greater
benefits and lower costs. .
SlUlict
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FRIDAY. NOV. 24TH, 1939
THE JEWISH FLOUDIAM
PAGE SEVEN
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
154o S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KEI.I.NER, Rabbi
RABBIT RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phono 3-5192
j
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p.
m.
Friday evening services, 5:30 p.
m.
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset.
INSTALLATION BANQUET
Our annual Installation banquet
will take place Sunday night, No-
vember 2Gth at the Hotel Astor,
Washington and 10th St.. Miami
Beach. As in the past this affair
will mark the start of a new year
of activities which we believe, will
be the most outstanding one in
the history of our congregation.
Mr. E. Albert Pallot will act as
installing officer and the charge
to the new officers will be de-
livered by Rabbi Abraham A.
Kellner. Greetings will also Me
brought by Mrs. William Clein
president of our Auxiliary as well
as from representatives of the Y-
M. H. A. and the other congrega-
tions iw our community. Those
who have not as yet made their
reservations can still do so by
notifying Mr. H. M Drevitch.
THANKSGIVING DINNER
A festive Thanksgiving dinner
will be held in the well known
Hotel Clein at 1860 S. W. 4th St.,
Thursday, November 30th at 6:30
p. m. by Mrs. Kopel. manager of
the Hotel and its dining room as
the owners are donating a con
siderable portion of the proceeds
to the Talmud Torah Fund of our
1-adies Auxiliary. We urge our
friends to patronize this function.
Reservations are most reasonable
and they can be otained by
phoning 2-0879.
CONGREGATIONAL BOARD
A regular meeting of the Board ,
of Directors will be held Tuesday '
evening. November 28th in the
Synagogue. The initial report of
the new committee for building
purposes will be rendered.
PATH OF SORROWS
We chronicle with profound re-
gret the passing of a dearest
friend and brother <>i" our Congre-
gation, the late Moescha Rosen
berg olov hasholom. We cherish
fondly the memories of his fine
Character and wise sayings. In
lhe passing of this noble indivi
I dual our (.immunity has lost one
of its unique personalities and we
hope that his memory will inspire
others to follow in the ways of
our late lamented Brother Zich-
rono Livrocho.
HABANOTH NOTES
The Buds, The Girls of the Blue
and White and the Debs:
These three groups of the Miami
Chapter of Habanoth are taking
part in the Union Thanksgiving
Service to be held in the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Synagogue,
Thursday morning, November 28th
at 11 a. m.
The aims of the Habanoth move-
ment are expressed in the trans-
lation of Habanoth. meaning "The
Builders." We are trying to build
good Jewish women for tomorrow.
All girls who are interested in
joining this splendid movement
may apply to either of the three
sponsors. Mrs. Ix>uis Katz. Mrs.
George Chertkof and Mrs. Abra-
ham Kellner, or the Rabbi, in order
to ascertain the age group be-
tween 9 to 17 years to which they
belong.
The Girls of the Blue and White
are holding open house Monday
afternoon at 4 p. m- November
27th at the Rabbi's home. Mrs.
Louis Katz, their sponsor, has
planned a very pleasant afternoon.
Refreshments will be served and
girls between the ages 12-14 years
are cordially invited to be present.
THANKSGIVING Sr.tvVICES
' All members and friends are
urged to be present at the Thanks-
giving S 'rvices snor.sored by the
Rabbinical Association which will
be held in our Synagogue. Thurs-
day morning. November 30th at
11 a. ir.. An interesting program
will be presented. We especially
urge that our children be present
A partial view showing the speak-
ers table of the Joint Installation
Banquet of the Jewish Welfare held last Sunday flight at the Vic-
Bureau and its Ladies Auxiliary tor Hotel. Miami Beach.
SOCIETY
TO BE
ENTERTAINED
Mrs. Sam Futerfas. Mrs. S. Ro-
l-.enstock and Mrs. S. Tannenbaum
will entertain in honor of Miss
AlberUi Tannenbaum, bride-elect
of William Pallot. at a miscellan-
eous bridal shower and rainbow
luncheon, Tuesday. November 28th
at 12:30 at the Barcelona Hotel,
Coral Gables. Mah jor.'g and
bridge will follow.
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ORATORICAL CONTEST
TO TAKE PLACE
The Royal Palm Chapter of the
A- Z. A-. Miami Beach, will hold
an Oratorical Contest, Sunday-
evening at 7:30 p. m. at the Beth
Jacob Synagogue, in conjunction
with the Contest sponsored by Na-
tional A. Z A. The subject for the
contest is "Bill of Rights." Jack
Rubin is in charge of arrange
BOARD f
TO MEET
Board Meeting of the National
Council Jewish Women. Miami
Section will meet at the Young
Women's Christian Association at
lo- S. E. 1st Avenue. Tuesday,
members are urged to bring their
books and nior.< y.
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Nat Blumberg
Ticket chairman. Y. M. H. A.'s
Eighth Annual Dance to be held
Sunday, December 17th.
ments. The winner of the contest
selected here will represent the
chapter in the regional finals to
be held in Charleston. S. C. The
j public is invited to attend.
ZIONISTS TO ELECT OFFICERS
<('..nt ir,iied from Page 1)
Honorary vice-chairmen of the
board are Rabbi Max Shapiro
Rabbi Abraham A- Kellner, Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Colman A
Zwitman and Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
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BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
25 Michigan Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenu*
Phone 5-2013
group.
Tickets for the Habanoth and Mrs. J. Orlin. 625 Michigan
^affair are now on sale. Most of Ave. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff per-
I he proceeds will go for a syna- formed the ceremony,
gogue project.
FRIDAY, NOV. 24TH, 1939
May G-d console his family and
friends in their bereavement.
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
Shachriss: daily at 7 and 8 a. m.;
Saturday morning at 7 and at 9
a. m.
Mincha: daily at 5:10 p. m.; Sat-
urday at 5 p. m.
Maariv: daily at 5:45 p. m.
MINNIONAIRES
Mr. B. Klein reports that the
Minnionaires will meet again this
Sunday morning at 9 for their
regular service. A communal
reakfast will be served by the
Sisterhood. All boys between the
Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday af- ages of 13 and 18 are earnestly
ternoon at 5:15 p- m. Rabbi Mes- iivited to come.
cheloff will preach on "The Por-
tioh of the Week."
BAR MITZVAH
The Bar Mitzvah ceremony
of
Plans for incorporation of our
Minnionaires in the National Or-
ganization of the Young Israel
are under way. This will then be
he first branch of this Orgahiza
Neil Schiff will take place at the tJOn of 0rthodox Youth in tne en_
synagogue this Saturday morning.
The Rabbi will address the boy.
Cantor Mamches will chant the
services. Friends are cordially in-
vited.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
MIAMI BEACH MIZRACHI
First Annual Chanukah Latke
MAZUI. TOY
Our hearty Mazul Tov to Mr.
Party" VomisTs to "be "one' of the and Mrs. Milton Steinhardt on the
most enjoyable this year. Plans | irth and brith of their son Ka-
have already been formulated by fl* Rabbi J. Felshin performed
he arrangement committee to
ave a prominent speaker, a mu
WOULD YOU GIVE
ical program which will include
Cantor Mamches. Cantor Berele
Kelemer, Mrs. M. Lombardo. and
he circumcision.
CONDOLENCE
The deepest feelings of grief are
xpressed by the officers and
thers, refreshments of every va Ji embers of our congregation, and
tire state.
HABANOTH
Rehearsals of the play "The
Old Order" are held regularly.
Th*e play will be presented to-
In order to cope with the very gether with a full program of en-
large enrollment that has already tertainment by the Miami Beach")
filled our classes, class II will be Habanoth on Sunday night. De-
divided into two distinct classes, cember 17th
one to be taught by Miss T. Jami-
son and the other by Miss B
Last Monday night tickets for
the affair, and copies of the Ha-
Smith. a new recruit to our fa- banoth bulletin were distributed,
culty who comes with years of'The cultural program included the
teaching experienre and a very reading of Jewish anecdotes
winning personality. Judith Moss. The Habanoth Glee
We continue to extend our most Club is making beautiful progress
riety including latkes, and a num-
ber of Chanukah games new and
old.
A beautiful, hand crochetted
cape has been donated for the af-
air by Mrs. L. Hyde, and a very
interesting garden growing out of
ne cocoanut shell has been do-
nated by Mrs. A. Falstein.
Tickets are on sale at the syna-
y the Rabbi, Cantor ar.vl Sexton,
t the demise of Mr. Moesha Ro-
enberg. one of the early f-upport-
rs of our congregation. His loss is
arnestly felt.
"Information is
CHARLES CRF.TZ.
wanted of
also known
gogue am! by members of the as ROTHMAN and KANE who is
men's and women's division of the i not contributing to the support of
his five children, living with their
mother in New York City, as a re-
Miami Beach Habanoth. The price
is nominal.
cordial welcome to all children
between the ages of 5 and 17 to
enroll in our kindergarten, regu-
lar classes or first two years of
our High School course. A very
worthwhile curriculum is in effect.
Our staff and equipment are of
the finest- Our daily classes are
conducted from 3:30 to 7. Our
Sunday sessions are held from 10
t ol2. Registration open during
these hours.
SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT
Chanukah will be celebrated by
our School in the presentation of
our annual Chanukah entertain-
ment, Sundaf afternoon, Decem-
ber 10th at 2:00. A varied program
will be presented which will in-
clude songs, a model class, recita-
tions, candle drills, and a play,
"The end of the Story." Tickets
are now on sale- The proceeds go
to our School Fund.
under the guidance of Miss B-
Sugarman.
Girls between the ages of 14
and 16 are welcomed by this
GUEST RABBI SPEAKS
Rabbi J. Graubart, one of the
utstandirfg veteran rabbis of our
country, is visiting with us this
season. He was the guest speaker
at our last Shalosh S'oodoss ahd
enchanted the large attendance.
by To him. our sincere thanks.
SURPRISE WEDDING
Congratulations to Mr. Milton
Berezoff and Miss Dorothy Orlin
who were married at a midnight
wedding in the presence of their
many friends at the home of Mr.
suit of which his family i? in des-
titute circumstances and depen-
dent on the charities. Mr. Crete,
who is believed to be in Florida,
is 37 years of age. 6 ft. 11 in.
tall- weighs 185 pounds, has black
hair, hazel-grey eyes, is a taxi cab
driver and auto mechanic by oc-
cupation. Anyone aware of his
location is requested to communi-
cate with the National Desertion
Bureau. 67 West 47th Street, New
York City.
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