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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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CHANUKAH EDITION
wJewisti Flloiridlia m
Qsmmm Vlhe Jewiislh lUiniHty
" ZJAjl AtwUA VJjulQJUi "
VOL. 12NO. 48
MIAMI, FLORIDA., FRIDAY, DEC. 8TH, 1939
PRICE 10 CENTS
FEDERATION 1940 GOAL SET AT $109,850.00
Urgent Demands Make
Budget Increase Necessary
Campaign To
Start Jan. 7th

The directors of the Greater
Miami Federation of Jewish
Welfare Funds have set the
1940 Campaign quota at $109,-
850 and have selected Jan. 7th
to 17th as .the Campaign dates.
The 1940 quota is a great in-
crease over the sum of $83,470
raised during 1939 but it is made
necessary by the unprecedented
demands upon the Welfare funds
throughout the country to support
the requirements of overseas agen-
cies. In Europe alone hundreds
of thousands of Jews are homeless
and suffering because of the up-
heavals which have occurred dur-
ing 1939. The Federation has com-
mitted itself to assist in the sup-
port of eight oveir-as, five local,
one regional and twenty-three na-
tional organizations. These organi-
zations are as follows:
LOCAL AGENCIES
Beth Jacob Religious School.
Beth David Religious School, Mi-
ami Refugee Committee. Miami
Jewish Orthodox Religious School,
Young- Men's Hebrew Association.
REGIONAL AGENCIES
Hebrew Orphan's Home, Atlanta.
NATIONAL AGENCIES
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, American Jewish Con-
gress. B'nai B'rith Wider Scope
Committee, Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds, Ex-
Patients Tubercular Home,Denver,
Ezras Torah Fund, Hebrew Shel-
tering and Immigrant Aid Society
of America (HIAS), Hebrew Theo-
logical College. Hebrew Union Col-
lege. Jewish Consumptives and Ex-
Patients Relief Society. Los Ang-
eles, Jewish Consumptives Relief
Society, Denver, Jewish Tele-
irraphic Agency, Jewish Welfare
Board. Jewish Labor Committee,
Jewish Institute of Religion. Jew-
ish Theological Seminary, Leo N.
I-evi Memorial Hospital, National
Home for -Jewish Children, Den-
ver, National Jewish Hospital,
Denver. National Farm School.
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological
Seminary.
OVERSEAS AGENCIES
American Ort Federation, Ha-
dassah (Including Youth Aliyah),
Jewish Schools in Poland, Medem
Sanitorium, National Labor Com-
mittee for Palestine, United Jew-
ish Appeal, comprising: Joint Dis-
tribution Committee. United Pal-
estine Appeal, National Refugee
Service, Inc., Yiddish Scientific In-
stitute.
In addition, approximately, 40
European and Palestinian yeshl-
vos will participate.
Meyer Drafted
To Head Drive
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, who suc-
cessfully piloted the 1939 Federa-
tion Campaign to its goal last year
has again been drafted as General
Chairman of the 1940 Campaign.
Mr. Meyer, when interviewed,
after being notified of his selec-
ton, stated, "When I stop to think
of the tragic condition of our fel-
"LIGHTING THE CHANUKA CANDLES"
Dance Preparation
Nears Completion
Baron de Hirsch Meyer
low Jews in Germany, Poland, and
the other countries in eastern and
central Europe, and that they, in
their plight, have only us to fall
back upon, the realization of the
tremendous responsibility that is
ours fills me with an overwhelm-
ing sense of obligation. And that
is only one phase of the suffering
which we, as the Jewish communi-
ty of Greater Miami, have under-
taken to alleviate.
"This year, the Greater Miami
Federation of Jewish Welfare
Funds, in addition to the overseas
agencies which it is supporting,
will also contribute toward the
support of local, regional, and na-
tional agencies.
"The goal of the 1940 Campaign
of $109,850 is the minimum amount
which we must raise if we are t
do our fair share of this unpre-
cedented task of relief and reha-
bilitation-
One of the outstanding events of
the season will be the Eighth An-
nual Dance sponsored by the Young
Men's Hebrew Association at the
Miami Civic Center, 31 N. W. 2nd
St.. Miami, Sunday evening. De-
cember 17th. The music of Chet
Brownagle and his orchestra will
be featured and entertainment will
be presented. According to an an-
nouncement made by Mr. E Albert
Pallot, president and general chair-
man of the Dance, ticket sales
have far exceeded expectations
and it is expected that a capacity
crowd will be present.
Tickets are available and may be
obtained from any member or
at the "Y" Clubrooms.
BALKAN STATES TO
OPPOSE HITLER THREAT
Epidemic Rife
In Poland
London (WNS)Serious out-
breaks of typhus and cholera are
reported throughout Nazi occupied
Poland forcing the Nazi regime
to discontinue transportation of
Jews have been struck by the epi-
Germany, Austria and Czecho Slo-
vakia. Because of the lack of medi-
cal supplies the Reich is completely
helpless to stop the ravages of the
epidemic which has struck in Ro-
dom. Kielce, and Gracow, where
no less than 50 per cent of the
populace were stricken.
In Lublin, seat of the proposed
Jewish "reservation." thousands of
Jews have been struck by the epi-
(Continued on Pge 4)
London (WNS)Repatriation of
German nationals from the Baltic
states into Greater Germany and
their resettlement in various sec-
tionals of Hungary, Rumania and
particularly in the former Polish
Corridor and in Ldtiz, recently an-
nexed as a province of the Third
Reich, has brought repercussions
and opposition to Nazi demands
from Berlin among German na-
tionals of Hungary. Rumania and
Ruthenia, informed sources here
said.
German nationals in Hungary,
particularly those who have lived
there for generations, have openly
demonstrated their distaste for de-
mands originating in Berlin that
they prepare to quit their homes
in the Balkans and move into the
Reich proper.
Anti-Nazi sentiment among Hun-
garian Germans has become wide-
spread and secret opposition to
Nazi candidates for seats in the
Hungarian Parliament has already
resulted in the defeat of one can-
didate from a district in Budapest
made up entirely of Hungarian
Germans.
Indications that German nation-
als in Hungary seek to evade be
ing repatriated are seen in their
efforts to re-write their papers of
identification. Many Germans have
identified themselves as Hungari-
ans, Rumanians and Ruthenians
rather than Germans and in some
instances, it is revealed, have de-
scribed themselves as being of the
Jewish faith, so great is their de-
sire to avoid repatriation into the
German Reich.
It is further disclosed that anti-
Nazi sentiment throughout the
Balkans has been considerably
strengthened because of the recent
threat from Berlin.
War Situation Creates Under-
current of Unrest in Reich
An ominous undertone of unrest
is evident in the Reich, refugees
reaching here disclosed, confirm-
ing reports that the German army
has also been affected. The refu-
gees report that Jews in Berlin,
forbidden to buy food except at
certain hours, have been secretly
aided by Germans who furtively
supplied the Jews with bread and
coal. The refugees, who managed
to cross the Polish-Rumanian fron-
tier before it was sealed to war
refugees from former Poland, dis-
closed that in spite of constant ex-
posure to propaganda harranguing
against) the Jews, the average Ger-
man continues to manifest some
sympathy for the plight of the
unfortunate Jews.
Cannon Addresses
B'nai B'rith
Tuseday evening, December 12th
at 9 p. m. Sholem Lodge, B'nai
Brdth will hold their regular meet-
ing at the Miami Woman's Club,
1737 North Bayshore Drive. Mi-
ami. The annual election of officers
will take place and various com-
mittee reports will be given. Guest
speaker of the evening will be the
Honorable Pat Cannon. United
States Representative, whose sub-
ject will be "Congress in Action.''






PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORID) AN
FRIDAY, DEC. 8TH, 1939
I
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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
AUXILIARY TEA TO BE HELD
Momlay afternoon, December 18th.
at 2 P. M. the Annual Membership
Tea, which will be held in the form
of a Rummage Sale, sponsored by Use
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Wei'
fare Bureau, will be held at the home
of Mr?. Sam Blank. 3700 I'inelree
Drive, Miami Beach. Mrs. Maurice
Jacob.', chairman, is in charge of
arrangement.". All members and
friends are requested to attend.

TO BE
HONORED
The Drum and Bugle Corps of
the Jewish War Veterans of Miami
of which Captain Barney H. Kraft
is in charge will be the guests of
honor at a large Chanuka party
to be given by the Alamac Hotel.
1300 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
Sunday evening. December 10th at
7 p. m. Featured on the program
will be a concert by the Corps. Re-
freshments will be served. The
public is invited to attend.
I
CHANUKA GREETINGS
S. H. KRESS
&Co.
5-10-25c STORE
East Flagler Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HAPPY CHANUKA
Ideal Roofing &
Sheet Metal Works
INC.
824 S. Miami Avenue ;
Phone 2-1133
ENGAGEMENT ANNOl NCED
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Pearlman of
1357 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their daugh-
ter Rita to Pincns Hoffman, son of
Mrs. Rose Hoffman of Pottstown,
Pennsylvania,
Miss Pearlman attended Hunter Col-
lage in New York City, i> -erretary of
Junior Hadanah of Miami and active
in many local social circles. Mr.
Hoffman is an executive of a chain of
di partment stores throughout Pennsyl-
vania.
The wedding will take place in Jan-
uary. Out of town guests who will
attend are Mrs. Rose Hoffman and
Nathan Hoffman, mother and broth-
er of the bride-groom elect and Her-
bert Berger, all of Pottstown, Pa..
RETl'R*NS* TO CITY
Mrs. S. Blutstein returned to Mi-
ami and is visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. M. Rippa.
rJoGUST BROS fty^
L_ Is the BEST'
The Women's Division of the Ann
ican Jewish Congress will meet \\.
nesdaj afternoon at 2 P. M. at (he
Black-tone Hotel. Miami Beach, l.i, t
speaker of the afternoon will lie Rev,
C. Blanchard. Members and friends
are cordially invited to attend.

HADA9SASH TO MEET
The regular meeting of the Miami
Chapter of Senior Radassah will In-
held at the Aleasar Hotel Mon I .
afternoon. Decemlier 11 til at 2 P. \|.
An Interesting program will lie pre.
Milled with Mr-. Sidney Wientraub
and Mr-. Robert Siegal in rhai i .
Guest speaker of the afternoon t I
lie Dr. Helen I.anliam. All member*
ami friend- are cordially invil.il in
Marianthe Lombard!
well-known concert pianist, will
present a classical concert Satur-
day evening at the Miami Beach if Mf> Max Kii|>f.rst Mizrachi meeting at the Beth Jacob
synagogue.
SUCCUMBS IN NEW YORK
Dr. Julius Schwartz of New York
passed away Saturday at his honu
there, Mr. Schwartz was the brotlu r
ami.
Manuel Brombcrg. 22-year-old ar
tist, son of Mrs. Matilda Bernard,
Miami Beach, was among 46 mu- :
ralists selected by the federal do-
partment of fh*a arts to paint mu-
rals in post-offices of the country
and has completed his first thro*
assignments in the far west.
ANNUAL FASHION SHOW
TO BE GIVEN
+-----------------------------------.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Albert L. Isaac
PRINCIPAL
\d.i Merrill Jr. High School
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Bill Hodges & Son
ArJto Body Repairs
and Painting
999 X. W. 20th Street
Phone 2-6769
GREETINGS
CARL F. LAMBERT
Utility Engineer and
Consultant
810 Biscayne Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
The fifth annual Fashion and
Floor Show spoivsored by the Mi
ami Section National Council of
Jewish Women will be held Wed-
nesday, Decemlier 27th at 2 p. ni.
at the Hollywood Beach Hotel
Hollywood. Florida. A complete
fashion shew styled by Ma.lame
. De Sylva and a f >'
| show will !" |
111 the Fash'.on Show will I
per pers Luni heon w i I
be served pn ce ling th< sh >w ai d
admission charged will be one
dollar and a half per person. Tick
ts may he obtained from any
|member or at the door. All mem
bera and friends are cordially in
vited to attend.
HANI K\ PARTY TO BE GIVEN
Sunday evening, December 10th at
H P. M. in the Club Boom- of the V.
M. II. A.. IS67 S. W. ">tli St.. Miami,
the annual Chanuka Part) sponsored
by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be
held. Various card games will be
played and refreshments will be
Served, In charge of arrangements will
be Mrs. A. I. Orlansky, chairman, a*-
si-led by Mesdames (. Cbetkof, L. Ax-
elrod, B. Rosen. R. Koppel. L. Kot-
kin. B. V. Mrll and W. Clein. Ad-
mission charged will he nominal. The
public is urged to attend as the pro-
ceeds will go toward the Talmud To-
rah Fund.
CHANUKA GREETINGS
j{J
MIAMI
WRECKING CO.
i
132 N. W. 20th Street {
Ingman Motors
R. B. INGMAN
1864-72 S. W. Eighth Street
Telephone 3-4671
Mrs. Ralph Neufeld, general
__ x chairman, announces that a meet
ing of all the committee chairmen
] will be held Tuesday morning at
110:15 a. m. at the home of Mrs.
Jack Cohen. 8621 Indian Creek
Drive. Miami Beach. All chairmen
are urged to be present as import
ant business will be transacted.
I
To Our Many Friends and |
Acquaintances a
HAPPY CHANUKA
FII1E BUTTER.
AT YOUR GROCERS
AIRM0NTS
BUTTER
Sold Only hi Pjckeges I
... Never In Bulk
From rhe fub
The Wrapper and Carton Protect
the Delicious, Rich Flavor .
"FOR THOSE WHO
WANT THE BEST"
Metropolitan
Quality Dry Cleaning
Fine Hand Laundrv
Plant Phone 7-3216

MOUSELY
Service Station
302 Collins Avenue
.MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
'if
GREETINGS
MIAMI BEACH
ATTRACT &
TTTT.F COMPANY
WC.
Co'nn1 t^ Abstract and
| r;ie i <,,.ance Service
T^TV o"'V ABSTRACT
L\HT IN
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First TT t al Bank Bldg.
MIAMI BEACH
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At Miami
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Print*
In washable
rayon erepe
798
I each
The new details you've been
waiting: for! Shirring, stitch
ing, Dutch-type pockets, rev-
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Button-front and slide-fas
tened styles- Blue. aqua,
rose, luggage, red, green, and
grey with dainty white prints.
Sixes 12 to 20 and 38 to 44
in the group.
MIAMI STi"'K. POURTH KLA)>"
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FRIDAY, DEC 8TH, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
SOCIETY
SISTERHOOD MEETS
The Beth Jacob Sisterhood held
their regular meeting Tuesday after-
noon at the home of its president,
Mrs. B. H. London, 2840 Fairgreen
Drive, Miami Beach. Plans for a
benefit Banquet and Floor Show to
be held at the Victor Hotel, Decem-
ber 20th were formed. Proceeds of
llii- affair will go towards the Sister-
hood projects, the Religious School
and the Charity Word at the St. Fran-
cis Hospital. Details of the affair
will he announced in next week's is-
sue. Presented on the program was
Mrs. Harold Turk, who gave several
character interpretations. Refresh-
ments were Berved followed by a so-
cial hour.

BOARD MEETING
TO BE HELD
The executive board of the Mi-
ami Beach English Speaking Group
of the Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion of Palestine will hold a meet-
ing' at the apartment of Mrs. E.
B. Weissman, 1221 Collins Ave..
Miami Beach. Sunday evening at
8 p. m. Members of the board are
Mesdames D. Plotkin, R. Ritter,
I. Mannheimer, I. Melcher, E. A.
Evans. L. Marcus, E. B. Weiss-
man. M- Jacobs, and M. Rothstein.
All members are urged to be pres-
ent.

CARD PARTY GIVEN
The Greater Miami Pioneer Wom-
en's Organization held a card party
at the home of Mrs. Oscar Green, 715
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, Wednes-
day afternoon for the benefit of the
refugee children of Palestine. Vari-
ous card game- w.-rc played and re-
freshments were served. Assisting
Mrs. Greene were Mesdames H. Blum-
stein and B. Levine.

BABY
IS BORN
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stern. 1219
Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the birth of a baby girl,
Arline, Saturday, December 3rd
at the Jackson Memorial Hospi-
tal. Both mother and baby are do-
ing fine.
ALAMAC UNDER
RITTER MANAGEMENT
The famed Alamac Hotel in
Miami Beach is now under the
ownership-management of the Rit-
ters who have operated here for
the past six years and who also
have hotels in Lakewood and Brad
ley Beach, N. J.
The hotel has been elaborately
refurnished and newly designed.
The Ritter policy of operation in
strict conformity with the Jewish
Dietary Laws will continue.
The Beth David Sisterhood will
hold their Chanuka Dinner at
Ritter's Alamac Hotel in conjunc-
tion with the formal opening on
Sunday, December 10th. A capa-
city crowd of 250 is expected to
partake in the celebration which
will include entertainment and
dancing.

..SPINOZA GROUP CONTINUES...
More than a hundred people gath-
ered on the lawn at 1059 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach to hear Dr. Abraham
Wolfson's expound Spinoza's Concep-
tion of God. This was the fifth in
the course of eighteen lectures that
Dr. Wolfson is giving before the
Spinoza group this winter in the
Philosophy of Spinoza. Next Satur-
day afternoon the group will meet as
usual on the lawn at 1059 Collins
Ave. at 3 P. M. Dr. Wolfson will
give the 6th lecture. Topic: Amor
Dei Intelectualis. All are welcome,
attend.
ANNUAL BANQUET TO BE HELD
The sixth annual Banquet for the
members of Emunab Chapter who
have made their yearly quota will
take place Sunday evening, December
10th at 7:30 P. ML in the Royal Palm
Qnb with Mrs. Lena Simon in charge.
Those invited to attend are Mr. E.
Albert Pallet, Mr. and Mrs. John
Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Max Halpern,
Mrs. Coldic Elman, Mrs. Frances War-
schoff, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Culkis, Mrs.
Emanuel Hollender, Mrs. Calia Aus-
lander, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jamison,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sokoloff, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Rabin, Mr. and Mrs. I. R.
Reisman, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Kup-
perberg, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Somberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Syman, Mrs.
Jewel Hollander, Mrs. Betty Lazarus.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Frank, Mr. .mil Mrs. Sam
RIank, Mr. and Mrs. II. Gottesman,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallot, Dr. and
Mrs. Chas. Beckwitt, Mr .and Mrs. Al-
bert Backer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wu-
cher, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meyer, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Tobin, Minnie and Mollie
Engler, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arnold,
Bertha Mendelsohn, and Bernard Si-
mon.
RETURNS FROM VACATION
Miss Rosalind Friedman returned to
the city after a two-weeks' vacation
during which time she visited friends
in Daytona Beach, 1 l.i Savannah, Ca.
and Columbia, S. C, where she at-
tended the University of Miami-U.
of South Carolina football game last
week.
. GREETINGS .
SAVOY PLAZA
HOTEL
425 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH

GREETINGS
ASTOR HOTEL
956 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Dietary Laws Strictly Observed
MR. AND MRS.
WILLIAM SHAYNE
Extend Sincere Wishes
for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
SEASON "S GREETINGS
%Schaaf Preserving
Co., Inc.
1305 N. W. 22nd St.
PHONE 2-4634
j CHANUKA GREETINGS
\
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HAPPY CHANUKA
I
STANLEY'S CASH STORE j
528 N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-9138
$
Surfside Barbecue
i
7305 Collins Ave.
H. S. JAEGAR
and Associates of
OVERSEAS
TRANSPORTATION CO.
Extend Pest Wishes for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
228 S. W. N. River Drive
MIAMI. FLORIDA
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS, PATRONS
AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA AND SEASON'S GREETINGS
"HOUSE OP BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE''
ENGLANDER-ELLIOTT, Inc.
"FURNITURE OF DISTINCTION"
839 West Flakier Street PHONE 3-8800
"YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED"
"YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD"
J

JEWISH CITIZENS
WISHING TO ALL
A HAPPY CHANUKA
Walker
Casket Co.
1433 N. E. Miami Place
K. B. WILSON'S
SHOP
Upholstery, Slip Covers,
Drapes and Cornices
2210 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 4-5651
MIAMI, FLORIDA
A HAPPY CHANUKA
WHITE BELT DAIRY
ESTABLISHED 1906
Milk and Dairy Products from our Certified
Government Tested Herd
PHONE 7-2411
CHANUKA SEASON'S GREETINGS
EXCELLENT FOOD MODERATE PRICES
HOLLEMAN'S
The Food The Service^JhePriw togggjUt
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNEK.
14th Street at Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Tamiami Tourist
Court
Comfortable Cottages
Cabins Trailer Space
303S S. W. 8th at.
PHONE 4-9169
I. T. PISTELLI. Mgr.
T I L L M A N
SERVICE STATION
1643 S. W. 8th St.
PHONE 2-9351
AUTO REPAIRS
"Lubrication a Specialty'
BRAKE SERVICE
The Makers of
THAT GOOD
Moon Kist
Ice Cream
And Distributors of
ROYAL PALM MILK
Extends Best Wishes
for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
ROYAL PALM
CREAMERY & DAIRY
PHONE 3-8655
28 N. W. 17th Avenue
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
O'Neill & Orr
Building Corp.
2600 Ocean Drive,
MIAMI BEACH
. GREETINGS .
RING, MAHONY & ARNER
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS

MIAMI
OFFICES
MIAMI BEACH
I
THE GARDEN
2235 S. W. 8th Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS AND
BEST WISHES TO OUR FRIENDS
Sincerely, MR. and MRS. HANS FREYER
PHONE 4-3155
wJewtisii Florid tin
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
P. 0. Box 2973
PLANT AND OFFICES
21 S. W. Second Avenue
i. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager

A HAPPY CHANUKA
CONCRETE PLACING CO.
"ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE"
Entered second claw matter July 4. 1M#, .t the Foat Otfic* at
Miami, Florida, under the Act oi March 3, 187>_____________
OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL
FLORIDA CITIES
SUBSCRIPTION
2226 N. W. Miami Court
Phone 3-4920
On* year
Six Months
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1939
VOLUME 12,NUMBER 48.
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PAGE FOUR
THE JIWMI FLOIIDIAH
FRIDAY, DEC. 8TH, 1939

MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1546 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S, RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p.
m.
Friday evening service*, 5:30 p.
m.
Shabbes: 9 a. in.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset.
CONGREGATIONAL Bl'LETIN
The Spirit of Marrabhean heroes
need he invoked to inspire us with
fervor and enthusiasm, in these trou-
bled anil dreary days. When we light
the humble but ever flowing randies
of Chanukkuh, we obtain from its
glow enthusiasm and hope, to
strengthen us as we fare the trials
and tribulations, raused by the new
Antiorhus of today.
SHABBOS CHANUKA
Rabib Kellner will preaeh the Gha-
nukah sermon, on Shabboi morning
before Musaph. on the subject of
"Forces in Reserve." Cantor Simon
Mendelsohn will he with us and of-
ficiate before the Omed.
ANNUAL CHANUKA
LATKE PARTY
The members and friends of our
(Congregation are most rordially in-
vited to attend the Annual < lianuka
I.atke Party given by our Auxiliary
on Sunday evening. Dee. 10th at the
Y. M. H. A., 1567 S. \T. 5th St. This
is one of the major affairs of the Aux-
iliary and has always been very en-
joyable.
Refreshments will be served, in the
traditional Yom Tov spirit and rard
games will be played. A warm invita-
tion is extended to the Jewish Com-
munity to attend, thus not only en-
joying the affair but also helping our
Ladies in their noble work. Again
tlii- M'ar, we .-hall also combine this
party with the birthday celebration
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Phone 5-6669
MIAMI BEACH
of our Beloved President, Mr. Dre-
vitrh.
CHILDREN'S CHANUKAH PARTY
The annual Children's Chanuka
Party will take place, Sunday morn-
ing. Dee. 10th at the Y. M. H. A.
A fine program of Chanuka entertain-
ment will be presented by the child-
ren of the Sunday and Hebrew srhools
after which a committee from the
Ladies Auxiliary will serve refresh-
ments. In charge of the arrange
ments is Mrs. Geo. Chertkof, Sun-
day School Superintendent. Rabbi
kellner will address the student group
and parents of the Sunday and He-
brew School children are rordially
invited.
HABONOTH NOTES
THE BUDS
The Mini- are participating in the
< lianukah program to be presented
on Sunday morning. Dec. 10th. where
they will present a play coached by
theii sponsor, Mrs. George Chertkoff.
The Chanuka meeting will take
place at the home of Mrs. kellner
where the traditional latkes will be
served.
THE GIRLS OF THE
HLLE AND WHITE
A very interesting Chanukah pro-
gram has been planned for the Holi-
day meeting which will take place
at the Rabbi's home. The religious
program of Habonoth, in which this
group is taking an active part, is be-
ing guided by the sponsor, Mrs. Louis
katz. The whole group has signed
up with the national office anil there
is much enthusiasm within the group
for competition as to who will win
the first letter.
THE DEBS
The Debs will hold their annual
Chanuka meeting at the home of the
Rabbi and will participate actively
in the celebration of the Holiday. A
committee will aid the sponsor, Mrs.
kellner, in preparing the chanuka re-
freshments.
The Habonoth Groups received gen-
eral commendation for their part in
beautifying the Union Thanksgiving
Services held last Thursday at the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue.
JEWISH RADIO HOUR
Rahhi kellner will be in charge of
the Jewish Hour, Sunday afternoon,
Dec. 10th, at 3:00 P. M. on Sta-
tion W. I. O. D., at which time the
Junior Hadassah will present a Cha-
nukah program.
PIDYON HA BEN
The I'i.lvim Ha Ben of the newly
A HAPPY CHANUKA
A. W.
Eisenmayer, Jr.
born son of Mr. and Mr*. Sy. Schwartz
will be held at their resilience. 1753 S.
W. 13th Street, on Sunday, Dec. 10th
at 4 P. M. We take this means of
congratulating the happy parents and
grandparents and hope that they will
raise him to happy Jewish manhood.
PATH OF SORROWS
We chronicle with profound grief,
the loss of our dear Sister, the late
Mrs. Louis Block, Olav Ha Sholom,
and beg to extend to the bereaved
family, the congregation's deepest
sympathy and heartfelt condolence.
We join the family of the late
Morris Diamond, in this tragic hour,
and hope that they will find com-
fort and consolation in the many
memories of his fine character and
noble thoughts.
We extend our sincere condolences
to our dear sister. Mrs. Max kupfcr-
stein who mourns the loM of a broth-
er. May the Lord comfort her among
the mourners of /ion and Jerusalem.
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Phone 3-2826
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FEIDAY, DEC. 8TH, 1939
1
THK JEWISH FLOUDIAV
PAGE FIV*
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BT HABRT SCHWARTZ)
IT WILL HAPPEN
DECEMBER 17TB, FOLKS
\Tell folks we are [flM approach-
union. Dorothy I.ightman, Camp l)i-
redress anil her staff of i nun-, llui-
arc preparing a fine program for lin-
ing that great event you have all l.een j kididea. Herman W ait-man will show-
looking forward to, our 8th Annual ramp movies. Mrs. Leon Lieherman,
Camp Mother, is in charge of arrange-
ments.
Hall and Floor Show to he held Sun-
day, December 17th at the Miami
Civic Centre Ballroom.
Chet Brownagle, one of Miami's
most popular orchestra leaders and
his niii-ii will play for the danring.
After hearing all the fine compli-
ments from the folks who heard Chet
at the Hollywood Beach Hotel at an
affair given hy the B'nai B'rith the
"YM Entertainment committee consist-
ing of Sid Stepkin, Henry Cuhtte and
your tcribe chairman didnt' lose much
time in securing Brownagle for our
affair.
Never before in the history of the
"Y." and I know whereof I -peak hal
there been so much enthusiasm dis-
played hy our membership and the
public in general for a social event
Never before has a committee worked
10 inressantly as has Maurice Cross-
man, executive director, the commit-
tee of E. Albert i'allot, chairman, Nat
Bliiuiberg, Ticket chairman, Milton
Friedman, Dr. Rand, Dr. Beckman,
Sam Silver, Public Relations, Fred
Shocbet and Lew Safan, Publicity, Al
Berkowitz, Irving Querido, Matty
Bandler, Jack Aple, Ceorge Wolpert
and Julea Wilson, Arrangements, Sec-
retary, Leon I.iberinan, Treasurer, Dr.
Sam Beckman, Reservations, Herman
\\ .iii-in.iii. Leo Robinson, Bill Sbayne,
Walter Jacobs and Dr. Barney Wein-
kle. There are many others too num-
erous to mention who have played a
major part in assisting the above
chairman whom we wish to thank, lor
the past three months the members of
the committee have worked arduously
with only one thought in mind, and
that is to make our Eighth Annual
Ball the biggest social event in the
city.
For an added treat to Chet Brown-
agle anil his orchestra we have lined
up several outstanding entertainers
and we have also forwarded invita-
tions to Jug McSpaden last years
Golf Winner at the annual Miami
Springs Tournament and Byron Nel-
son, Johnny Revolt*, Hi'k Metz,
Ralph Guldahl and Gene Sara/en.
Cet your tickets now for the gayest
event of the year. Phone 3-4012 for
reservations*
Y. W. H. A.
On W ednesday evening, December
13 Mr. Joseph A. Berman, Director
of the "Y" Vocational Guidance De-
partment will be guest speaker. His
topic will be "Problem Parents."
B'NAI B'RITH
Uj||jS
NOTES
Sidney L. Segall
GREETINGS
Ace Mattress Co.
156 N. W. 5th. Street
Phone 3-2778
Flowers at Popular Prices
Flowers for all Occasions
Flowers by Wire
Beach Flower Shop
1445 Alton Rd., Miami Beach
Phone 5-1020
Sholom Lodge will hold its next
regular meeting on next Tuesday eve-
ning, December 12lh, at the Miami
Woman's Club, 173" North Bayshore
Drive.
This will be the last regular meet-
ing of the year 1939. All brothers
should attend.
Your writer reminded you last week
that the next guest speaker will be a
pleasant surprise. Well, brothers,
your meetings chairman (your out-
going reporter, scribe, column writer,
etc.) has invited the Honorable Pat
Cannon, Congressman from this Dist-
rict, the 4th Congressional District of
Florida. Congressman Cannon is a
Democrat, a liberal thinker, a consci-
entious exponent of the principles
and ideals of American Democracy, a
real fighter for the liberal spirit in
American life. Mr. Cannon will speak
OB "Congress in Action.
With Congressman Cannon as the
guest speaker, your reporter suggests
that ladies should be invited to attend
the meeting. This meeting should have
the largest attendance of any this
year.
The election of officers of Sholom
Lodge for 1940 will take place at this
next meeting. The slate reported by
the Nominating Committee will be
elected without opposition. The nom-
.nations from the floor at the last
meeting was declined.
Come to the next meeting and meet
your Congressman!
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PM0:T 3-4132
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l'HONE 2-041U
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Over 3,000 Items for Your Selection
2 STORES TO SERVE YOU
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"WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE"
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1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY CHANUKA
MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
3253 s. \v. 8th STREET PHONE 4-5922
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CHANUKA GREETINGS
LEW HEWES
OUTBOARD MOTORS, BOATS
Authorized Johnson Dealers Since 1925
841 1-2 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 2-8918
HOME CAMP REUNION
This Sunday afternoon, December
10 at three o'clock, the children who
attended our Home Camp last sum-
mer, will gather at the "Y" for a re-
Ba
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Your Home?
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BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
605 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
PHONE 5-5656
"ASK THOSE FOR WHOM WE HAVE BUILT"
FOR RENT
LIGHT MANUFACTURING & MTLL WORKS STORAGE
FRITZ HOTEL
3240 N. W. 22nd Avenue
Phone 2-6484
CHANUKA GREETINGS
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BUILDER'S SUPPLIES
1136 N. W. 21st AVE.PHONE 4-2574
OJUS, FLORIDAPHONE 2-4806
1760 PURDY AVEMIAMI BEACHPHONE 5-4663
It Is Our Pleasure to Extend to Our
Many Jewish Friends and Patrons
Sinere Good Wishes for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
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We Supply Diapers or Laundry Your Own for as
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAH
FRIDAY, DEO. 8TH, 1939
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
623 Michigan Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 6-2013
I
CHANUKAH GREETINGS
We wish all our members and
friends, and Israel everywhere a hap-
py Chanukah. May the light! of the
Menorah of Israel he rekindled in our
day.
FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM
The late Friday night lerturc series
will begin this Friday night. Rabbi
Meseheloff will speak on the sub-
ject, "More Light." Cantor Munchei
will lead in the ringing.
BAB MITZVA
The Bar Mitzva of Leonard Cohen
will take place this Saturday morn-
ing. The Rabbi will address the boy.
The cantor will chant the service.
MIZRACHI LATKE PARTY
The Miami Reach Mi/rachi will
hold its Chanukah party this Saturday
night at the synagogue. An elabor-
ate program including speakers, sing-
ers, a concert pianist and Chanukah
games will be presented. Chanukah
refreshments will be served.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
ENTERTAINMENT
The school Chanukah entertainment
will be presented at the synagogue at
2:00 P. M. this Sunday. Presents will
be distributed among the children.
HABANOTH
The Miami Reach Habannth will
meet Monday night at 7:00. New
members were welcomed at the last
meeting. Rehearsals and completion
of arrangement! for the Habanotb En-
tertainment to take place Sunday
night, December 17th. keep the girls
busy throughout the week.
MINNIONAIRES
The first evening meeting of the
Minnionaires took place last Wednes-
day night at the synagogue. Many j Levin, Arthur Liberman, Sylvia Nan-
plans for a rultural and athletic pro- | ness. Ronald Levy, Stanley
Mrs. S. Hyde, Mrs. B. Kaplan and
Mrs. M. Kramer.
BETH JACOB SCHOOL
ENTERTAINMENT
The Beth Jacob Religious School
will present its annual Chanukah en-
tertainment Sunday, December 10, at
2:00 P. M. at the synagogue. A Cha-
nuka play, "The End of the Story,"
will inrludc us actors, Bernard Mil-
stein, Murry Malter, Seymour Levin,
M. Halpern, Sylvia Classer, Ralph
GREETINGS
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BEST WISHES FROM
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MOTOR SALES
2900 X. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 3-8385
gram to supplement their Sunday
minyans and breakfasts were dis-
cussed. The group is lead by Mr. I..
Klein.
CONGRATULATIONS
We congratulate the Jr. Pioneer Wo-
men on their organization and affilia-
tion. Rabbi Meseheloff was the in-
stalling officer at their opening meet-
ing at the Tudor Hotel last Sunday
night. The group meets every Thurs-
day evening at our synagogue.
BEACH MIZRACHI
CHANUKAH PARTY
The men and women divisions of
the Miami Beach Mizrachi present
their first annual Chanukah Latkeh
Party this Saturday night at 8:30 P.
M. at the Beth Jacob synagogue, Mi-
ami Beach.
On the program will be a report by
Dr. B. DeKovcn, the only delegate
from the slate of Florida to attend
the recent national Mizrachi Confer-
ence in Chicago. A number of prom-
inent speakers will deliver brief ad-
dresses. Cantor Maurice Mamches
and Cantor Bercle Kelemer will sing
a number of Chanukah and liturgical
selections. Marianthe Lombardi, well
known concert pianist will give a clas-
sical concert.
Plenty of refreshments in the spirit
of Chanukah will be served. Chanukah
games will close the evening's enter-
tainment. Tickets will be on sale at
the door. The arrangements commit-
tee includes: Mr. M. Feit. Mr. I. Mil-
ler, Mrs. A. Berow, Mr. A. Kalstein,
Richard-
ton, Gilbert Winkler, Marcia Faber,
Arthur Rosenberg, Joseph Kaufman.
Irwin Sawitz, Morton Rosenbaum.
Barbara Hutlner. A candle drill will
be presented by Lee Harris, Harold
Rennctt, Barbara Huttner, Walter
Leibowitz, Lillian Colin, Marcus Ah-
ramowita, Rosalie Neiherger, Jerry
Scbechter, Natalie Olshen. Recitations
by Lillian Levenson. Marilyn Eisen-
berg, Adelle Lifter and Norina Bloom-.
enson. Dances by Joyce Wolff and
Lillian Cohn. Piano selections hy
Rosalyn Goldstein. A second candle
drill will be presented by the entire
kindergarten class of 30. A model
class will be presented by members
of the daily school. The program is
under the direction of Rabbi Moses
Meseheloff.
SISTERHOOD NEWS
The Sisterhood will sponsor a bene-
fit banquet and floor show at the Vic-
SEASON'S GREETINGS
OK PRODUCTS CO.
414 S. W. 22nd Avenue
SOCIETY
BAR MITZVAH IS HELD
TheBarMitzvah of Eli Breger, son
of Mr.and Mrs. Milton Breger of 1535
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, was held
Saturday morning at the Beth Jacob
Synagogue at 9 A. M. Eli recited
the Haftorah and delivered a speech.
Rabbi Moses Meseheloff addresed the
boy. Following the services a recep-
tion was tendered in honor of the
Bar Mitzvah.
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kahn enter-
tained in honor of their son Albert's
eleventh birthday Sunday afternoon
at their home 1137 S. W. 7th St,
Miami. Games were played and re-
freshments were served. Cuc-ts
present were Eugene Ileiman, Carl
Glasser, Joseph Goldman, Stanley Bid-
bin, Freddie Diamond and Philip
Ware.
tor Hotel December 20th, proceeds of
which will go towards their two pro- '
jerts, our religious school and the
charity ward at the St. Francis Hos
pital.
HAPPY CHANUKA
Judge
H. L. Oppenborn
A HAPPY CHANUKA
GULF STREAM
in: CO.
2073 N. \Y. 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-8327
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( HANTKA GREETINGS
Matthew's JNursery
599 N. W. 71st St.. Miami
Phono 7-3(i79
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
MARTIN F. VEOUE and
ASSOCIATES
L. M. Anderson
Dental Supply Co.
Huntington Bldg.
PHONE 2-4195
A REAL HAPPY
CHANUKA TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND
ACQUAINTANCES
JOSEPH R. STEIN
AND FAMILY
CHANUKA
GREETINGS
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G R E E TINGS
C. E. BIVANS
MUCK AND MARL
Specializing in Top SoilLawn
249G S. W. 8th St. Phone 4-1956 i
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Donald G. Smith
ARCHITECT
463 Forty-First St.
MIAMI BEACH
A MOST HAPPY
CHA NI "KASEASON'S
GREETINGS
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Pan-American
Chemical Co.
Janitor Supplies
Sanitary Supplies
Insured Exterminating
334 West Flagler Street
Phone 3-3955
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS
THE BLUE HAT
SHOP
EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY
728 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-2722
MIAMI BEACH
CHANUKA GREETINGS
DR. J. HOLDEN
BECKWITH
and
DR. JACK
BECKWITH
Exodonists
Ing^-aham Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
SUTTON
JEWELRY CO.
Successor to "Whaler's
THE OLDEST JEWELRY
STORE IN MIAMI
ESTABLISHED 1897
132 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 2-5996
CHANUKA GREETINGS
.Miami Fixture &
Furniture Co.
810 N. W. 5th Avenue
GREETINGS
MR. AND MRS.
A. W. HOOVER
and
The NATIONAL TITLE CO.
Huntington Bldg.
MATERNITY CASKS
PRIVATE SANITARIUM j
Delivery Including One
Week HospUalization $65.00}
Splendid Care Good Foo.l
Phone 4-6952
MIAMI SANDWICH CO.
917 N. E. First Ave.
MIAMI, FLORIDA .
A HAPPY CHANUKA
AUTO BRAKE AND
SERVICE CO.
1731 West Flagler St.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
A HAPPY CHANUKA
MANNIE E. GATES
1914 S. W. Seventh St.
BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY CHANUKA
GEO. L. DIXON
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
EQUIPMENT
1100 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-7635
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GREETINGS
William Maher
CHANUKA GREETINGS
R. W. Brown Co.
Fertilizers-Insecticides
Distributors Growers Supplies
Office Soutb Miami
PHONE 4-3375
FINE SADDLE HORSES
Special Riding- Instruction
Moonlight Rldca
"l.llnjt from 7 A. M. to 3:10 P. M.
J!?** Miami Ri "MS N. f. 6th Ave. Phone 7-201-
UHANUKA GREETINGS
MRS. JL'REirs
Bakerv
2100 West Flayer St.

GREETINGS
S. M. Perkins
Ingraham Building
Quigley's Garage
131 Alton Rd. Phone 5-9138
General Repairing, Paint-
ing, Metal Work, Storage.
Specialists in Body and
Femder Work
GREETINGS
W. J. KNOX
Civil Engineer and
Surveyor
Miami Spring
May the Chanuka Lights
Bring True Good Will
C. D. KENNY
COFFEE CO.
Roasted and Ground Daily
M WJ1 Flagler Stre>*.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
RAINBOW
TAVERN
Dm-DAHOE
Opem All Night
2724 N. W. 36th Street
May the Chanuka Lights
Bring True Happiness
LUDWIG BROS.
1804 Biarritz Drive
Miami Beach
Hotel La Fayette
944 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Fla,
I. S. Cohen, Owner
I. E. Saliter, Manager
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FRIDAY, DEC. 8TH, 1939
THE JEWISH FLOSZDIAW
PAGE SEVEN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6S-96 Indian Creek Drive6-126S 630 N. E. 31st St.2-9548
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both oi" the Rabbis wll! be in the Temple every mornine.
I You may eonmlt with them on matters concerning the Jewls commu-
nity, or yur pe:sonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held in
strict confidence.
FRIDAY EVENING
RECEPTIONS
Hostesses for last week at the
Friday evening reception, were:
Mrs. Oscar Adler, Mrs. Sam'l Has
ker, Mrs. Arthur Berel. Mrs. Mar-
vin Bronner. Mrs. Benj. E. Bron-
ston.
< ONGUATULATIONS
Heartfelt congratulations and
Best Wishes are hereby extended
to:
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Wien
upon the birth of their daughter
Josephine.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Friday evening, Dec. 8th. 1989,
at 8:1") p. m.
Sermon: "Feast of Dedication to
the Ideals of Democracy." Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan.
Services conducted by Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman.
A reception for worshipers will
follow the services.
SABBATH MORNING SERVICES
Saturday morning, Dec. 0th,
103D. at 11:00 a. m.
Services conducted by the Rab-
bis, with participation of Mr. Ix'o-
nard Kp.-tcir.' and Mrs. Morris
Plant.
CHAN IK AH CELEBRATION
Religious School and Congrega
tional celebration will take place
Sunday morning. Dec. 10th. 1030.
at 10:30 o'clock- when a dramatiza-
tion of the account in the Book of
Maccabees will be presented in a
pageant by The Molka Reich Ma
rionettes. The Marionette show is
made possible through the gener-
osity of Dr. Irwin Silvern.
C'hanukah gifts will be given to
all children. All are welcome.
IN MEMORIAM
May the Father of peace sewd
peace to all who mourn, and c< m
[ rt all the bereaved among us.
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the following
will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Charles Ler
nor, father of Mrs. \V. B. Slote.
Yahrzeits: Benjamin Friedman,
father of Mrs. Henry Sprintz and
Mrs. Samuel Sprintz; Joseph Mir-
sky, father of Mr. Norman .1. Mir-
sky; Mrs. Louis H. Davis and Mrs.
Gordon Davis.
Bernard Finkelstein. father of
Mrs. Maurice Weintraub.
Ralph Binswanger, brother of
Mrs. I. I,. Rosondorf.
Hyeh Fanny Seidenberg. mother
<>f Mr. J. Michel Seidenberg.
Memorial Floral Offerings last
Friday evening were presented by
Mrs. W. B. sit,., Mrs, Jacob Kap-
an. Mrs. Loo Stein and Mrs. (has,
Beckwitt.
"HITLER" PICTURE
TO SHOW HERE
"Hitler's Reign of Terror", first
true authentic record of the Nazi
regime in Germany will start show-
ing at the Parkway Theatre on
; December 15.
One of the most pitiful sights in
/'Hitler's Reign of Terror" upon
! which Edwin C. Hill, noted journa-
list collaborated with Mr. Vander-
bilt. is the one showing a Jewish
lawyer walking through the streets
! in h!s bare feet carrying a sign
"I will never again complain to
I the police." Surrounded by Brown
Shirts, he walks with his head
b wed under the humiliation to
which he !s being subjected. This
is just one of the scenes depicting
, the reign of terror which has been
installed in Germany. The picture
has been subtitled "The Nazi
Menace in America."
"Y" NOTESContinued
"Y" NEWS AROUND TOWN
Lew Safan, manager of "Y"
basketball team, has entered the
team in the City League, consist-
ing of the following: Y. M. H. A.,
Close Beauty Shop, University of
Miami Freshmen, Y. M. C. A. Tri-
angles, Brown Carpets and Home-
stead. Watch this column for more
data.
"Y" DUCKPIN LEAGUE ENDS
This Sunday. Dec. 10, at the Mi-
ami Recreation Alleys the "Y"
bowling teams will end a 12 week
tournament with a double header
medals and other prizes will be
awarded the winner and runmers-
up.
Remember this Sunday starting
11:00 a. m.
Everybody invited free.
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THE JEWISH TLOEIDIAN
FRIDAY, DEC. 8TH, 1939

CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
136 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 21473 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 8:15.
Junior services, Saturday 10:30
a. m.
Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p.
m.
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a.
m.
Bar-Mitzvah Group, Sunday
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
LATE FRIDAY
EVENING SERVICES
In keeping with the ru>!om of our
pulpit to extend the courtesy to guest
speakers of National prominence, an
invitation was extended to one of the
more distinguished women of our
time to be our guest speaker during
the Friday Evening services of Chan-
ukkah week.
Dr. Nina Adlerblum, a PH. D. of
Columbia University, a graduate of
Institutions of Palestine "and France,
who lias served as the National Cul-
tural Chairman of the Senior ll.nl.i--
sah for a period of 12 years, will dis-
cuss the subject, "FROM THE GHET-
TO TO THE OPEN VTORLD-THE
COLLAPSE OF ASSIMILATION."
We wish to advise our many mem-
bers and friends that Dr. Adlerblum
is conducting a course in philosophy,
and those who are interested will
please "pluini- 2-1473 for further in-
formation. Her course has been ac-
claimed since it is based upon her
own writings and her ability as teach-
er and author.
the total registration of the Sunday-
School. This marks a very high av-
erage for a daily Hebrew School
though it does not indicate that the
majority of the children in the com-
munity are receiving religious instruc-
tions. It is unfortunate that parents
are so ignorant as to permit hundreds
of children to go without religious
training.
SUNDAY SCHOOL:It is with
deep satisfaction that the Beth David
Sunday School has reached what is
considered to be an Institution most
observant of decorum and scholastic
attainment. An elaborate Chanukkah
program is being arranged for the as-
sembly this coming Sunday morning,
The Sisterhood will present to each
child a Chanukkab Bag.
Last week, in view of the first
Chanukkah Candle which was lit I he
past Wednesday Evening, each child
received a "DREIDEL," symbolic of
the Chanukkah celebration. Miss Ethel
Pont will be in charge of the program
during the assembly.
mittee, consisting of Mesdames: J.
Engler, S. Ehrlirh, Ed. Friedman, L. J.
Hartz, B. Kandel, I. Langner. L. Mar-
guiles, H. MarkowiU, H. Oliphant and
M. Schwartz announce that a most
unique program will be presented dur-
ing the evening. A Chanukkah play
under the directorship of Mr. Samuel
Hollander will be the highlight of the
BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD
ANNUAL CHANUKKAH DINNER
Plans have been completed for the
Annual Chanukkah Dinner this com-
ing Sunday evening at 6:30 at the
Hitters Alamac Kosher Hotel, 1300 Col-
lins Ave., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Leo Ackerman and her com-
RELIGIOUS AND
CULTURAL INSTITUTION
JUNIOR CONGREGATION: Im-
mediately after the early services Sat-
urday morning at 10:30 the Junior
Congregation will conduct its ser-
vices. Harold Shapiro will be in
charge. The "Bar-Mitzvah" of Bern-
ard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Plot- j
kin, will take place Saturday at 9:30. |
A reception will be tendered to him
in the auditorium after all services.
BAR-MITZVAH G R O U P : The
"Bar-Mitzvah" group will meet Sun-
day morning from 9 to 10 under the
direction of Louis Gadon; boys of
12 and over are eligible to attend.
TALMUD-T0RAH:-0ur daily He
brew School comprises one-third of
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PAGE FOUR THE JIWMI FLOIIDIAH FRIDAY, DEC. 8TH, 1939 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1546 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S, RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Friday evening service*, 5:30 p. m. Shabbes: 9 a. in. Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset. CONGREGATIONAL Bl'LETIN The Spirit of Marrabhean heroes need he invoked to inspire us with fervor and enthusiasm, in these troubled anil dreary days. When we light the humble but ever flowing randies of Chanukkuh, we obtain from its glow enthusiasm and hope, to strengthen us as we fare the trials and tribulations, raused by the new Antiorhus of today. SHABBOS CHANUKA Rabib Kellner will preaeh the Ghanukah sermon, on Shabboi morning before Musaph. on the subject of "Forces in Reserve." Cantor Simon Mendelsohn will he with us and officiate before the Omed. ANNUAL CHANUKA LATKE PARTY The members and friends of our (Congregation are most rordially invited to attend the Annual < lianuka I.atke Party given by our Auxiliary on Sunday evening. Dee. 10th at the Y. M. H. A., 1567 S. \T. 5th St. This is one of the major affairs of the Auxiliary and has always been very enjoyable. Refreshments will be served, in the traditional Yom Tov spirit and rard games will be played. A warm invitation is extended to the Jewish Community to attend, thus not only enjoying the affair but also helping our Ladies in their noble work. Again tliiM'ar, we .-hall also combine this party with the birthday celebration BEST WISHES FOB A HAPPY CHANUKA DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N. W. Hlh Street MIAMI. FLORIDA + Chanuka Greetings BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. 1327 Twentieth Street Phone 5-6669 MIAMI BEACH of our Beloved President, Mr. Drevitrh. CHILDREN'S CHANUKAH PARTY The annual Children's Chanuka Party will take place, Sunday morning. Dee. 10th at the Y. M. H. A. A fine program of Chanuka entertainment will be presented by the children of the Sunday and Hebrew srhools after which a committee from the Ladies Auxiliary will serve refreshments. In charge of the arrange ments is Mrs. Geo. Chertkof, Sunday School Superintendent. Rabbi kellner will address the student group and parents of the Sunday and Hebrew School children are rordially invited. HABONOTH NOTES THE BUDS The Miniare participating in the < lianukah program to be presented on Sunday morning. Dec. 10th. where they will present a play coached by theii sponsor, Mrs. George Chertkoff. The Chanuka meeting will take place at the home of Mrs. kellner where the traditional latkes will be served. THE GIRLS OF THE HLLE AND WHITE A very interesting Chanukah program has been planned for the Holiday meeting which will take place at the Rabbi's home. The religious program of Habonoth, in which this group is taking an active part, is being guided by the sponsor, Mrs. Louis katz. The whole group has signed up with the national office anil there is much enthusiasm within the group for competition as to who will win the first letter. THE DEBS The Debs will hold their annual Chanuka meeting at the home of the Rabbi and will participate actively in the celebration of the Holiday. A committee will aid the sponsor, Mrs. kellner, in preparing the chanuka refreshments. The Habonoth Groups received general commendation for their part in beautifying the Union Thanksgiving Services held last Thursday at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue. JEWISH RADIO HOUR Rahhi kellner will be in charge of the Jewish Hour, Sunday afternoon, Dec. 10th, at 3:00 P. M. on Station W. I. O. D., at which time the Junior Hadassah will present a Chanukah program. PIDYON HA BEN The I 'i.lvim Ha Ben of the newly A HAPPY CHANUKA A. W. Eisenmayer, Jr. born son of Mr. and Mr*. Sy. Schwartz will be held at their resilience. 1753 S. W. 13th Street, on Sunday, Dec. 10th at 4 P. M. We take this means of congratulating the happy parents and grandparents and hope that they will raise him to happy Jewish manhood. PATH OF SORROWS We chronicle with profound grief, the loss of our dear Sister, the late Mrs. Louis Block, Olav Ha Sholom, and beg to extend to the bereaved family, the congregation's deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolence. We join the family of the late Morris Diamond, in this tragic hour, and hope that they will find comfort and consolation in the many memories of his fine character and noble thoughts. We extend our sincere condolences to our dear sister. Mrs. Max kupfcrstein who mourns the loM of a brother. May the Lord comfort her among the mourners of /ion and Jerusalem. kosher Killed Chickens and Turkeys. Compare our Poultry and Price* at SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO. 317 N. W. Fifth Street Rer. H. M. Kagan is on duty every day. IN ORLANDO ITS THE EL CHICO CAFE (On the Avei.ae) Special Menu for Late Parties OPEN ALL NIOHT Chico-Chich Served at the CURB ONLY 496 N. Orange Ave. (At Amelia) ORLANDO A HAPPY CHANUKA EDITH & FRITZ RESTAURANT 3236 \. Miami Avenue —+ GREETINGS AMERICAN FINANCE CORP. A. C. Couric, Mgr. SOT N. E. Second Avenue DR. T. A. SPOTO Dentist Aanoaacaa the removal of his •fTieas from the University Cliak in Coral Gable* to 12 S. E Firat Ave. (Over Liggett'* Drag Store) Phone 2-3930 V SEASON'S GREETINGS SEARS-ROEBUCK &CO. BIST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA BECK'S GARAGE Miami Beach, Fla. 1132 Fifteenth Street PHONE 5-1422 GREETINGS APTE BROS. CANNING CO. 696 N. w. 15th Street Phone 3-2826 CHANUKA GREETINGS Henry R. Chase FIRE CHIEF CHANUKA GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS DURO PUMP & SOFTENER CO. 1528 N. W. 7th AVENUE Pho ne 3-2097 J. B. HURST BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA BERRY & SON, INC. CONTRACTOR 1327-20th STREET, MIAMI BEACH W. F. KREITZBURG GREETINGS Abbott Electric 186 N. 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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAH FRIDAY, DEO. 8TH, 1939 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 623 Michigan Avenue •Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 6-2013 I CHANUKAH GREETINGS We wish all our members and friends, and Israel everywhere a happy Chanukah. May the light! of the Menorah of Israel he rekindled in our day. FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM The late Friday night lerturc series will begin this Friday night. Rabbi Meseheloff will speak on the subject, "More Light." Cantor Munchei will lead in the ringing. BAB MITZVA The Bar Mitzva of Leonard Cohen will take place this Saturday morning. The Rabbi will address the boy. The cantor will chant the service. MIZRACHI LATKE PARTY The Miami Reach Mi/rachi will hold its Chanukah party this Saturday night at the synagogue. An elaborate program including speakers, singers, a concert pianist and Chanukah games will be presented. Chanukah refreshments will be served. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT The school Chanukah entertainment will be presented at the synagogue at 2:00 P. M. this Sunday. Presents will be distributed among the children. HABANOTH The Miami Reach Habannth will meet Monday night at 7:00. New members were welcomed at the last meeting. Rehearsals and completion of arrangement! for the Habanotb Entertainment to take place Sunday night, December 17th. keep the girls busy throughout the week. MINNIONAIRES The first evening meeting of the Minnionaires took place last Wednesday night at the synagogue. Many j Levin, Arthur Liberman, Sylvia Nanplans for a rultural and athletic pro| ness. Ronald Levy, Stanley Mrs. S. Hyde, Mrs. B. Kaplan and Mrs. M. Kramer. BETH JACOB SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT The Beth Jacob Religious School will present its annual Chanukah entertainment Sunday, December 10, at 2:00 P. M. at the synagogue. A Chanuka play, "The End of the Story," will inrludc us actors, Bernard Milstein, Murry Malter, Seymour Levin, M. Halpern, Sylvia Classer, Ralph GREETINGS R. A. STEFFANS CONTRACTOR 2250 W. Flagler Street BEST WISHES FROM ORANGE STATE MOTOR SALES 2900 X. W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-8385 gram to supplement their Sunday minyans and breakfasts were discussed. The group is lead by Mr. I.. Klein. CONGRATULATIONS We congratulate the Jr. Pioneer Women on their organization and affiliation. Rabbi Meseheloff was the installing officer at their opening meeting at the Tudor Hotel last Sunday night. The group meets every Thursday evening at our synagogue. BEACH MIZRACHI CHANUKAH PARTY The men and women divisions of the Miami Beach Mizrachi present their first annual Chanukah Latkeh Party this Saturday night at 8:30 P. M. at the Beth Jacob synagogue, Miami Beach. On the program will be a report by Dr. B. DeKovcn, the only delegate from the slate of Florida to attend the recent national Mizrachi Conference in Chicago. A number of prominent speakers will deliver brief addresses. Cantor Maurice Mamches and Cantor Bercle Kelemer will sing a number of Chanukah and liturgical selections. Marianthe Lombardi, well known concert pianist will give a classical concert. Plenty of refreshments in the spirit of Chanukah will be served. Chanukah games will close the evening's entertainment. Tickets will be on sale at the door. The arrangements committee includes: Mr. M. Feit. Mr. I. Miller, Mrs. A. Berow, Mr. A. Kalstein, Richardton, Gilbert Winkler, Marcia Faber, Arthur Rosenberg, Joseph Kaufman. Irwin Sawitz, Morton Rosenbaum. Barbara Hutlner. A candle drill will be presented by Lee Harris, Harold Rennctt, Barbara Huttner, Walter Leibowitz, Lillian Colin, Marcus Ahramowita, Rosalie Neiherger, Jerry Scbechter, Natalie Olshen. Recitations by Lillian Levenson. Marilyn Eisenberg, Adelle Lifter and Norina Bloom-. enson. Dances by Joyce Wolff and Lillian Cohn. Piano selections hy Rosalyn Goldstein. A second candle drill will be presented by the entire kindergarten class of 30. A model class will be presented by members of the daily school. The program is under the direction of Rabbi Moses Meseheloff. SISTERHOOD NEWS The Sisterhood will sponsor a benefit banquet and floor show at the VicSEASON'S GREETINGS OK PRODUCTS CO. 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue SOCIETY BAR MITZVAH IS HELD TheBarMitzvah of Eli Breger, son of Mr.and Mrs. Milton Breger of 1535 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, was held Saturday morning at the Beth Jacob Synagogue at 9 A. M. Eli recited the Haftorah and delivered a speech. Rabbi Moses Meseheloff addresed the boy. Following the services a reception was tendered in honor of the Bar Mitzvah. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kahn entertained in honor of their son Albert's eleventh birthday Sunday afternoon at their home 1137 S. W. 7th St, Miami. Games were played and refreshments were served. Cuc-ts present were Eugene Ileiman, Carl Glasser, Joseph Goldman, Stanley Bidbin, Freddie Diamond and Philip Ware. tor Hotel December 20th, proceeds of which will go towards their two pro' jerts, our religious school and the charity ward at the St. Francis Hos pital. HAPPY CHANUKA Judge H. L. Oppenborn A HAPPY CHANUKA GULF STREAM in: CO. 2073 N. \Y. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-8327 I ( HANTKA GREETINGS Matthew's JNursery 599 N. W. 71st St.. Miami Phono 7-3(i79 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA MARTIN F. VEOUE and ASSOCIATES L. M. Anderson Dental Supply Co. Huntington Bldg. PHONE 2-4195 A REAL HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES JOSEPH R. STEIN AND FAMILY CHANUKA GREETINGS i i .I.W.WATSON,Jr. CITY ATTORNEY G R E E TINGS C. E. BIVANS MUCK AND MARL Specializing in Top Soil—Lawn 249G S. W. 8th St. Phone 4-1956 i CHANUKA GREETINGS Donald G. Smith ARCHITECT 463 Forty-First St. MIAMI BEACH A MOST HAPPY CHA NI "KA—SEASON'S GREETINGS ijj "PACCO PRODUCTS" Pan-American Chemical Co. Janitor Supplies Sanitary Supplies Insured Exterminating 334 West Flagler Street Phone 3-3955 MIAMI, FLORIDA GREETINGS THE BLUE HAT SHOP EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY 728 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-2722 MIAMI BEACH CHANUKA GREETINGS DR. J. HOLDEN BECKWITH and DR. JACK BECKWITH Exodonists Ing^-aham Building MIAMI, FLORIDA BEST WISHES for a HAPPY CHANUKA SUTTON JEWELRY CO. Successor to "Whaler's THE OLDEST JEWELRY STORE IN MIAMI ESTABLISHED 1897 132 E. Flagler Street PHONE 2-5996 CHANUKA GREETINGS .Miami Fixture & Furniture Co. 810 N. W. 5th Avenue GREETINGS MR. AND MRS. A. W. HOOVER and The NATIONAL TITLE CO. Huntington Bldg. MATERNITY CASKS PRIVATE SANITARIUM j Delivery Including One Week HospUalization $65.00} Splendid Care— Good Foo.l Phone 4-6952 MIAMI SANDWICH CO. 917 N. E. First Ave. MIAMI, FLORIDA A HAPPY CHANUKA AUTO BRAKE AND SERVICE CO. 1731 West Flagler St. MIAMI, FLORIDA A HAPPY CHANUKA MANNIE E. GATES 1914 S. W. Seventh St. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA GEO. L. DIXON HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT 1100 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-7635 GREETINGS William Maher CHANUKA GREETINGS R. W. Brown Co. Fertilizers-Insecticides Distributors Growers Supplies Office Soutb Miami PHONE 4-3375 FINE SADDLE HORSES Special RidingInstruction Moonlight Rldca "l.llnjt from 7 A. M. to 3:10 P. M J!?** Miami Ri *. SEASON'S GREETINGS RAINBOW TAVERN Dm-DAHOE Opem All Night 2724 N. W. 36th Street May the Chanuka Lights Bring True Happiness LUDWIG BROS. 1804 Biarritz Drive Miami Beach Hotel La Fayette 944 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Fla, I. S. Cohen, Owner I. E. Saliter, Manager I



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FRIDAY, DEC 8TH, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE SOCIETY SISTERHOOD MEETS The Beth Jacob Sisterhood held their regular meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of its president, Mrs. B. H. London, 2840 Fairgreen Drive, Miami Beach. Plans for a benefit Banquet and Floor Show to be held at the Victor Hotel, December 20th were formed. Proceeds of lliiaffair will go towards the Sisterhood projects, the Religious School and the Charity Word at the St. Francis Hospital. Details of the affair will he announced in next week's issue. Presented on the program was Mrs. Harold Turk, who gave several character interpretations. Refreshments were Berved followed by a social hour. • • • BOARD MEETING TO BE HELD The executive board of the Miami Beach English Speaking Group of the Pioneer Women's Organization of Palestine will hold a meeting' at the apartment of Mrs. E. B. Weissman, 1221 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Sunday evening at 8 p. m. Members of the board are Mesdames D. Plotkin, R. Ritter, I. Mannheimer, I. Melcher, E. A. Evans. L. Marcus, E. B. Weissman. MJacobs, and M. Rothstein. All members are urged to be present. • • • CARD PARTY GIVEN The Greater Miami Pioneer Women's Organization held a card party at the home of Mrs. Oscar Green, 715 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, Wednesday afternoon for the benefit of the refugee children of Palestine. Various card gamew.-rc played and refreshments were served. Assisting Mrs. Greene were Mesdames H. Blumstein and B. Levine. • • • BABY IS BORN Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stern. 1219 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach, announce the birth of a baby girl, Arline, Saturday, December 3rd at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. Both mother and baby are doing fine. ALAMAC UNDER RITTER MANAGEMENT The famed Alamac Hotel in Miami Beach is now under the ownership-management of the Ritters who have operated here for the past six years and who also have hotels in Lakewood and Brad ley Beach, N. J. The hotel has been elaborately refurnished and newly designed. The Ritter policy of operation in strict conformity with the Jewish Dietary Laws will continue. The Beth David Sisterhood will hold their Chanuka Dinner at Ritter's Alamac Hotel in conjunction with the formal opening on Sunday, December 10th. A capacity crowd of 250 is expected to partake in the celebration which will include entertainment and dancing. • • • ..SPINOZA GROUP CONTINUES... More than a hundred people gathered on the lawn at 1059 Collins Ave. Miami Beach to hear Dr. Abraham Wolfson's expound Spinoza's Conception of God. This was the fifth in the course of eighteen lectures that Dr. Wolfson is giving before the Spinoza group this winter in the Philosophy of Spinoza. Next Saturday afternoon the group will meet as usual on the lawn at 1059 Collins Ave. at 3 P. M. Dr. Wolfson will give the 6th lecture. Topic: Amor Dei Intelectualis. All are welcome, attend. ANNUAL BANQUET TO BE HELD The sixth annual Banquet for the members of Emunab Chapter who have made their yearly quota will take place Sunday evening, December 10th at 7:30 P. ML in the Royal Palm Qnb with Mrs. Lena Simon in charge. Those invited to attend are Mr. E. Albert Pallet, Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Max Halpern, Mrs. Coldic Elman, Mrs. Frances Warschoff, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Culkis, Mrs. Emanuel Hollender, Mrs. Calia Auslander, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jamison, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sokoloff, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rabin, Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Reisman, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Kupperberg, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Somberg, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Syman, Mrs. Jewel Hollander, Mrs. Betty Lazarus. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Frank, Mr. .mil Mrs. Sam RIank, Mr. and Mrs. II. Gottesman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallot, Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Beckwitt, Mr .and Mrs. Albert Backer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. A. Tobin, Minnie and Mollie Engler, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arnold, Bertha Mendelsohn, and Bernard Simon. RETURNS FROM VACATION Miss Rosalind Friedman returned to the city after a two-weeks' vacation during which time she visited friends in Daytona Beach, 1 l.i Savannah, Ca. and Columbia, S. C, where she attended the University of Miami-U. of South Carolina football game last week. GREETINGS SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL 425 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS ASTOR HOTEL 956 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH Dietary Laws Strictly Observed MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM SHAYNE Extend Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY CHANUKA SEASON "S GREETINGS %Schaaf Preserving Co., Inc. 1305 N. W. 22nd St. PHONE 2-4634 j CHANUKA GREETINGS \ i i i i HAPPY CHANUKA I STANLEY'S CASH STORE j 528 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9138 $ Surfside Barbecue i 7305 Collins Ave. H. S. JAEGAR and Associates of OVERSEAS TRANSPORTATION CO. Extend Pest Wishes for a HAPPY CHANUKA 228 S. W. N. River Drive MIAMI. FLORIDA TO OUR MANY FRIENDS, PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA AND SEASON'S GREETINGS "HOUSE OP BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE'' ENGLANDER-ELLIOTT, Inc. "FURNITURE OF DISTINCTION" 839 West Flakier Street PHONE 3-8800 "YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED" "YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD" J JEWISH CITIZENS WISHING TO ALL A HAPPY CHANUKA Walker Casket Co. 1433 N. E. Miami Place K. B. WILSON'S SHOP Upholstery, Slip Covers, Drapes and Cornices 2210 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 4-5651 MIAMI, FLORIDA A HAPPY CHANUKA WHITE BELT DAIRY ESTABLISHED 1906 Milk and Dairy Products from our Certified Government Tested Herd PHONE 7-2411 CHANUKA SEASON'S GREETINGS EXCELLENT FOOD MODERATE PRICES HOLLEMAN'S The Food The Service^JhePriw togggjUt BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNEK. 14th Street at Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH Tamiami Tourist Court Comfortable Cottages Cabins Trailer Space 303S S. W. 8th at. PHONE 4-9169 I. T. PISTELLI. Mgr. T I L L M A N SERVICE STATION 1643 S. W. 8th St. PHONE 2-9351 AUTO REPAIRS "Lubrication a Specialty' BRAKE SERVICE The Makers of THAT GOOD Moon Kist Ice Cream And Distributors of ROYAL PALM MILK Extends Best Wishes for a HAPPY CHANUKA ROYAL PALM CREAMERY & DAIRY PHONE 3-8655 28 N. W. 17th Avenue SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY CHANUKA O'Neill & Orr Building Corp. 2600 Ocean Drive, MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS RING, MAHONY & ARNER CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS MIAMI OFFICES MIAMI BEACH I THE GARDEN 2235 S. W. 8th Street SEASON'S GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES TO OUR FRIENDS Sincerely, MR. and MRS. HANS FREYER PHONE 4-3155 wJewtisii Florid tin PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue i. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager A HAPPY CHANUKA CONCRETE PLACING CO. "ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE" Entered •* second claw matter July 4. 1M#, .t the Foat Otfic* at Miami, Florida, under the Act oi March 3, 187> OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION 2226 N. W. Miami Court Phone 3-4920 On* year — Six Months %\.m FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1939 VOLUME 12,—NUMBER 48. Jt



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—•? %  PAGE E1UHT THE JEWISH T LOEIDIAN FRIDAY, DEC. 8TH, 1939 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 136 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi—497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 21473 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 8:15. Junior services, Saturday 10:30 a. m. Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p. m. Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a. m. Bar-Mitzvah Group, Sunday 9:00 a. m. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES In keeping with the ru>!om of our pulpit to extend the courtesy to guest speakers of National prominence, an invitation was extended to one of the more distinguished women of our time to be our guest speaker during the Friday Evening services of Chanukkah week. Dr. Nina Adlerblum, a PH. D. of Columbia University, a graduate of Institutions of Palestine "and France, who lias served as the National Cultural Chairman of the Senior ll.nl.i-sah for a period of 12 years, will discuss the subject, "FROM THE GHETTO TO THE OPEN VTORLD-THE COLLAPSE OF ASSIMILATION." We wish to advise our many members and friends that Dr. Adlerblum is conducting a course in philosophy, and those who are interested will please "pluini2-1473 for further information. Her course has been acclaimed since it is based upon her own writings and her ability as teacher and author. the total registration of the SundaySchool. This marks a very high average for a daily Hebrew School though it does not indicate that the majority of the children in the community are receiving religious instructions. It is unfortunate that parents are so ignorant as to permit hundreds of children to go without religious training. SUNDAY SCHOOL:—It is with deep satisfaction that the Beth David Sunday School has reached what is considered to be an Institution most observant of decorum and scholastic attainment. An elaborate Chanukkah program is being arranged for the assembly this coming Sunday morning, The Sisterhood will present to each child a Chanukkab Bag. Last week, in view of the first Chanukkah Candle which was lit I he past Wednesday Evening, each child received a "DREIDEL," symbolic of the Chanukkah celebration. Miss Ethel Pont will be in charge of the program during the assembly. mittee, consisting of Mesdames:— J. Engler, S. Ehrlirh, Ed. Friedman, L. J. Hartz, B. Kandel, I. Langner. L. Marguiles, H. MarkowiU, H. Oliphant and M. Schwartz announce that a most unique program will be presented during the evening. A Chanukkah play under the directorship of Mr. Samuel Hollander will be the highlight of the BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD ANNUAL CHANUKKAH DINNER Plans have been completed for the Annual Chanukkah Dinner this coming Sunday evening at 6:30 at the Hitters Alamac Kosher Hotel, 1300 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Leo Ackerman and her comRELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTION JUNIOR CONGREGATION: —Immediately after the early services Saturday morning at 10:30 the Junior Congregation will conduct its services. Harold Shapiro will be in charge. The "Bar-Mitzvah" of Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Plotj kin, will take place Saturday at 9:30. | A reception will be tendered to him in the auditorium after all services. BAR-MITZVAH G R O U P : — The "Bar-Mitzvah" group will meet Sunday morning from 9 to 10 under the direction of Louis Gadon; boys of 12 and over are eligible to attend. TALMUD-T0RAH:-0ur daily He brew School comprises one-third of GREETLNGS Cora Rathbone C'olonic Irrigations Steam Baths and Massage 331 S. W. 5th St., Phone 3-1663 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS WE EXTEND SEASON'S GREETINGS G. J. and B. P. MlSSttO and ASSOCIATES OF Venetian Art Marble & Terrazzo Co. 1121 N. W. 2!)th Street Phone 2-5293 INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS DUDE FEDERRL SRvmcs PHD Lonn nssocmTion OF mmmi 45 N. E. First avenue at the corner of First street LOW COST LONG TERMS Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. LIPTON, President SINCE-BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA ELECTROLUX Inc. POSTAL BUILDING CHANUKA GREETINGS 1 UNIVERSITY of MIAMI Coral Gables, Florida program. Those participating in the play are Mesdames: M. J. Koplowitz, Stanley C Myers, Irvin L. Siegel, B. Sedon and Mrs. Sam Weissel. (Continued on Pa^e 0 CHANUKA GREETINGS George H. Close •+ A HAPPY CHANUKA CORAL GABLES GARAGE 132 Giralda Avenue CORAL GABLES yj GREETINGS John A. Moore and Biscayne Engineering Co. 47 N. W. First Street ^DR. MILES NERVINE —maxed aood Hundreds Of Thousands Of Times Bach Year Dr. Miles Nervine Makes Good When you are wakeful, jumpy, restless, when you suffer from Nervous Irritability, Nervous Headache, Sleeplessness, or Excitability, give DR. MILES NERVINE a chance to make good for YOU. Don't wait until nerves have kept you awake two or three nights, until you are restless, jumpy and cranky. Get a bottle of Dr. Miles Nervine the next time you pass a drug store. Keep it handy. You never know when you or some member of your family will need it At Your Drug Store: Small Bottle 25J Large Bottle $1.00 Dr. Miles Nervine la also TNtnl Tablet boo. A HAPPY CHANUKA BENSON FURNITURE REFINISHING SHOPS 4111 Estancia St. Phone 4-5379 Coral Gables +• J. N. Covell & Associates of I The Truscon Steel Co. Ml Fla. National 15k. Bid*. Phone 2-3926 CHANUKA GREETINGS Barker-Todd Boats 248 s. w. N. River Drive SEASON'S GREETINGS from Richard A. Belsham Structural Engineer MIAMI, FLORIDA GREETINGS Boring's Used Cars 2300 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-6319 II. L. Boring-, Owner BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA ELECTRIC SALES and SERVICE CO. 1550 N. E. 2nd Avenue Our Sineere Wishes to Our JEWISH PHI EN OS AND PATRONS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA GEO. EHLENBERGER & CO., Inc. Wholesale Distributor EHLENDALE BUTTER EGGS and CHEESE 150 N. E. Seventh Street MIAMI, FLORIDA )



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FRIDAY, DEC. 8TH, 1939 THE JEWISH FLOSZDIAW PAGE SEVEN TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6S-96 Indian Creek Drive—6-126S 630 N. E. 31st St.—2-9548 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both oi" the Rabbis wll! be in the Temple every mornine. I You may eonmlt with them on matters concerning the Jewls community, or yur pe:sonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held in strict confidence. FRIDAY EVENING RECEPTIONS Hostesses for last week at the Friday evening reception, were: Mrs. Oscar Adler, Mrs. Sam'l Has ker, Mrs. Arthur Berel. Mrs. Marvin Bronner. Mrs. Benj. E. Bronston. < ONGUATULATIONS Heartfelt congratulations and Best Wishes are hereby extended to: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Wien upon the birth of their daughter Josephine. CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. SABBATH EVE SERVICES Friday evening, Dec. 8th. 1989, at 8:1") p. m. Sermon: "Feast of Dedication to the Ideals of Democracy." Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Services conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. A reception for worshipers will follow the services. SABBATH MORNING SERVICES Saturday morning, Dec. 0th, 103D. at 11:00 a. m. Services conducted by the Rabbis, with participation of Mr. Ix'onard Kp.-tcir.' and Mrs. Morris Plant. CHAN IK AH CELEBRATION Religious School and Congrega tional celebration will take place Sunday morning. Dec. 10th. 1030. at 10:30 o'clockwhen a dramatization of the account in the Book of Maccabees will be presented in a pageant by The Molka Reich Ma rionettes. The Marionette show is made possible through the generosity of Dr. Irwin Silvern. C'hanukah gifts will be given to all children. All are welcome. IN MEMORIAM May the Father of peace sewd peace to all who mourn, and c< m [ rt all the bereaved among us. At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Charles Ler nor, father of Mrs. \V. B. Slote. Yahrzeits: Benjamin Friedman, father of Mrs. Henry Sprintz and Mrs. Samuel Sprintz; Joseph Mirsky, father of Mr. Norman .1. Mirsky; Mrs. Louis H. Davis and Mrs. Gordon Davis. Bernard Finkelstein. father of Mrs. Maurice Weintraub. Ralph Binswanger, brother of Mrs. I. I,. Rosondorf. Hyeh Fanny Seidenberg. mother <>f Mr. J. Michel Seidenberg. Memorial Floral Offerings last Friday evening were presented by Mrs. W. B. si„t,., Mrs, Jacob Kapan. Mrs. Loo Stein and Mrs. (has, Beckwitt. "HITLER" PICTURE TO SHOW HERE "Hitler's Reign of Terror", first true authentic record of the Nazi regime in Germany will start showing at the Parkway Theatre on ; December 15. One of the most pitiful sights in /'Hitler's Reign of Terror" upon which Edwin C. Hill, noted journalist collaborated with Mr. Vander%  bilt. is the one showing a Jewish lawyer walking through the streets in h!s bare feet carrying a sign "I will never again complain to I the police." Surrounded by Brown Shirts, he walks with his head b wed under the humiliation to which he !s being subjected. This is just one of the scenes depicting the reign of terror which has been installed in Germany. The picture has been subtitled "The Nazi Menace in America." "Y" NOTES—Continued "Y" NEWS AROUND TOWN Lew Safan, manager of "Y" basketball team, has entered the team in the City League, consisting of the following: Y. M. H. A., Close Beauty Shop, University of Miami Freshmen, Y. M. C. A. Triangles, Brown Carpets and Homestead. Watch this column for more data. "Y" DUCKPIN LEAGUE ENDS This Sunday. Dec. 10, at the Miami Recreation Alleys the "Y" bowling teams will end a 12 week tournament with a double header —medals and other prizes will be awarded the winner and runmersup. Remember this Sunday starting 11:00 a. m. Everybody invited free. RIDE THE COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED FLORIDA SUNBEAM The Short-cut to the NORTH A HAPPY CHANUKA Dr. Harry E. Fry! DENTIST 7 E. Flaglcr Street ._—. ___ CHANUKAH GREETINGS I £ MR, AND MRS. RUBIN FEINBERG of the FRED MARTIN APARTMENTS 1610 Drexel Avenue and the NASSSAU HOTEL 1414 Collins Avenue I j Dade Rcfrig-erathiDr Co., Inc. 1792-98 N. W. -"iii Stn Hussman Market 1 Equipment Service j Day Phone 2-7868 + Nite Phone 3-T7SJ f HOLIDAY GREETINGS Edsinger Hotel 1244 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH To the North and West to Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Detroit. Lv. Miami 7:00 P. M. Through sleeping cars for Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit. Through coach loDetroit. Direct route from Florida via Hampton. Travel in comfort and safety at low cost — in coaches and Pullman cars. Lounge car, dining car. First trip northbound, Dec. 17th CITY TICKET OFFICE 173E.FIagl--St.. Miami. Phone3-8391 T. W. luckett, A. G. P. K. SEABOARD RAILWAY SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKAH CARLEY J. SMITH TRANSFER LET US UNLOAD YOUR TRUCKING PROBLEM 24G SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE Phone 2-2C55 Nite Phone 2-6454 MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA CHARLES FRIEDMAN 325 Twenty-Third Street MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY CHANUKA TIP TOP GROCERY STORES THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES" 27 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 2-8194 1301 WVst Flag-ler Street—Phone 2-(>74o (ii;:> \. \V. 36th Street—Phone :;:;,-"G THAT THE COMING YEAR MAY BE FULL OF HAPPINESS, JOY AND PROSPERITY FOR ALL JEWRY IS THE SINCERE WISH OF J. MARK WILCOX T.KST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA TO OCR JEWISH FRIENDS WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. 303 San Lorenzo Ave. Coral Gables CHANUKA GREETINGS PHONE 2-8529 i



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%  wteFEIDAY, DEC. 8TH, 1939 1 THK JEWISH FLOUDIAV PAGE FIV* THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BT HABRT SCHWARTZ) IT WILL HAPPEN DECEMBER 17TB, FOLKS \Tell folks we are [flM approachunion. Dorothy I.ightman, Camp l)iredress anil her staff of i nun-, lluiarc preparing a fine program for lining that great event you have all l.een j kididea. Herman W ait-man will showlooking forward to, our 8th Annual ramp movies. Mrs. Leon Lieherman, Camp Mother, is in charge of arrangements. Hall and Floor Show to he held Sunday, December 17th at the Miami Civic Centre Ballroom. Chet Brownagle, one of Miami's most popular orchestra leaders and his niii-ii will play for the danring. After hearing all the fine compliments from the folks who heard Chet at the Hollywood Beach Hotel at an affair given hy the B'nai B'rith the "Y M Entertainment committee consisting of Sid Stepkin, Henry Cuhtte and your tcribe chairman didnt' lose much time in securing Brownagle for our affair. Never before in the history of the "Y." and I know whereof I -peak hal there been so much enthusiasm displayed hy our membership and the public in general for a social event Never before has a committee worked 10 inressantly as has Maurice Crossman, executive director, the committee of E. Albert i'allot, chairman, Nat Bliiuiberg, Ticket chairman, Milton Friedman, Dr. Rand, Dr. Beckman, Sam Silver, Public Relations, Fred Shocbet and Lew Safan, Publicity, Al Berkowitz, Irving Querido, Matty Bandler, Jack Aple, Ceorge Wolpert and Julea Wilson, Arrangements, Secretary, Leon I.iberinan, Treasurer, Dr. Sam Beckman, Reservations, Herman \\ .ii i -in.iii. Leo Robinson, Bill Sbayne, Walter Jacobs and Dr. Barney Weinkle. There are many others too numerous to mention who have played a major part in assisting the above chairman whom we wish to thank, lor the past three months the members of the committee have worked arduously with only one thought in mind, and that is to make our Eighth Annual Ball the biggest social event in the city. For an added treat to Chet Brownagle anil his orchestra we have lined up several outstanding entertainers and we have also forwarded invitations to Jug McSpaden last years Golf Winner at the annual Miami Springs Tournament and Byron Nelson, Johnny Revolt*, Hi'k Metz, Ralph Guldahl and Gene Sara/en. Cet your tickets now for the gayest event of the year. Phone 3-4012 for reservations* Y. W. H. A. On W ednesday evening, December 13 Mr. Joseph A. Berman, Director of the "Y" Vocational Guidance Department will be guest speaker. His topic will be "Problem Parents." B'NAI B'RITH Uj||jS NOTES Sidney L. Segall GREETINGS Ace Mattress Co. 156 N. W. 5th. Street Phone 3-2778 Flowers at Popular Prices Flowers for all Occasions Flowers by Wire Beach Flower Shop 1445 Alton Rd., Miami Beach Phone 5-1020 Sholom Lodge will hold its next regular meeting on next Tuesday evening, December 12lh, at the Miami Woman's Club, 173" North Bayshore Drive. This will be the last regular meeting of the year 1939. All brothers should attend. Your writer reminded you last week that the next guest speaker will be a pleasant surprise. Well, brothers, your meetings chairman (your outgoing reporter, scribe, column writer, etc.) has invited the Honorable Pat Cannon, Congressman from this District, the 4th Congressional District of Florida. Congressman Cannon is a Democrat, a liberal thinker, a conscientious exponent of the principles and ideals of American Democracy, a real fighter for the liberal spirit in American life. Mr. Cannon will speak OB "Congress in Action. With Congressman Cannon as the guest speaker, your reporter suggests that ladies should be invited to attend the meeting. This meeting should have the largest attendance of any this year. The election of officers of Sholom Lodge for 1940 will take place at this next meeting. The slate reported by the Nominating Committee will be elected without opposition. The nom.nations from the floor at the last meeting was declined. Come to the next meeting and meet your Congressman! WOLPERT'S rURNITURE, BARGAINS! Wo RjBttiM-To.Bfl Undersold 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PM0:T 3-4132 GREETINGS ARMATURE & GENERATOR EXCHANGE 333 W. Flagler Street l'HONE 2-041U REV. J. MALEK Experienced IW0HEL PHONE 2-0828 300 N. W. 16th Ave. MAMMOTH FOOD STORES Over 3,000 Items for Your Selection 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU 55th Street at Biscayne Blvd.—1453 S W 8th Street "WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE" KOSHER ZI0N1 SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Moats DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN Now Obtainable Everywhere in Florida %  :SINCEREST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA MORRIS BROTHERS, Inc. DRUG AND DEPARTMENT STORE 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY CHANUKA MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3253 s. \v. 8th STREET PHONE 4-5922 _. CHANUKA GREETINGS LEW HEWES OUTBOARD MOTORS, BOATS Authorized Johnson Dealers Since 1925 841 1-2 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 2-8918 HOME CAMP REUNION This Sunday afternoon, December 10 at three o'clock, the children who attended our Home Camp last summer, will gather at the "Y" for a reBa Do You Own Your Home? Thar* navar wae a ****** *'*• than naw ta bulM an* THo Ufcowal ft—**** Tbrowi*. Federal Housing Administration Uaka* It P**llo


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CHANUKAH EDITION wJewisti Flloiridlia m Qsmmm Vlhe Jewiislh lUiniHty ZJAJL AtwUA VJJULQJUI VOL. 12—NO. 48 MIAMI, FLORIDA., FRIDAY, DEC. 8TH, 1939 PRICE 10 CENTS FEDERATION 1940 GOAL SET AT $109,850.00 Urgent Demands Make Budget Increase Necessary Campaign To Start Jan. 7th • The directors of the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds have set the 1940 Campaign quota at $109,850 and have selected Jan. 7th to 17th as .the Campaign dates. The 1940 quota is a great increase over the sum of $83,470 raised during 1939 but it is made necessary by the unprecedented demands upon the Welfare funds throughout the country to support the requirements of overseas agencies. In Europe alone hundreds of thousands of Jews are homeless and suffering because of the upheavals which have occurred during 1939. The Federation has committed itself to assist in the support of eight oveir-as, five local, one regional and twenty-three national organizations. These organizations are as follows: LOCAL AGENCIES Beth Jacob Religious School. Beth David Religious School, Miami Refugee Committee. Miami Jewish Orthodox Religious School, YoungMen's Hebrew Association. REGIONAL AGENCIES Hebrew Orphan's Home, Atlanta. NATIONAL AGENCIES American Friends of the Hebrew University, American Jewish Congress. B'nai B'rith Wider Scope Committee, Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, ExPatients Tubercular Home,Denver, Ezras Torah Fund, Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America (HIAS), Hebrew Theological College. Hebrew Union College. Jewish Consumptives and ExPatients Relief Society. Los Angeles, Jewish Consumptives Relief Society, Denver, Jewish Teleirraphic Agency, Jewish Welfare Board. Jewish Labor Committee, Jewish Institute of Religion. Jewish Theological Seminary, Leo N. I-evi Memorial Hospital, National Home for -Jewish Children, Denver, National Jewish Hospital, Denver. National Farm School. Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary. OVERSEAS AGENCIES American Ort Federation, Hadassah (Including Youth Aliyah), Jewish Schools in Poland, Medem Sanitorium, National Labor Committee for Palestine, United Jewish Appeal, comprising: Joint Distribution Committee. United Palestine Appeal, National Refugee Service, Inc., Yiddish Scientific Institute. In addition, approximately, 40 European and Palestinian yeshlvos will participate. Meyer Drafted To Head Drive Baron de Hirsch Meyer, who successfully piloted the 1939 Federation Campaign to its goal last year has again been drafted as General Chairman of the 1940 Campaign. Mr. Meyer, when interviewed, after being notified of his selecton, stated, "When I stop to think of the tragic condition of our fel"LIGHTING THE CHANUKA CANDLES" Dance Preparation Nears Completion Baron de Hirsch Meyer low Jews in Germany, Poland, and the other countries in eastern and central Europe, and that they, in their plight, have only us to fall back upon, the realization of the tremendous responsibility that is ours fills me with an overwhelming sense of obligation. And that is only one phase of the suffering which we, as the Jewish community of Greater Miami, have undertaken to alleviate. "This year, the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds, in addition to the overseas agencies which it is supporting, will also contribute toward the support of local, regional, and national agencies. "The goal of the 1940 Campaign of $109,850 is the minimum amount which we must raise if we are t do our fair share of this unprecedented task of relief and rehabilitationOne of the outstanding events of the season will be the Eighth Annual Dance sponsored by the Young Men's Hebrew Association at the Miami Civic Center, 31 N. W. 2nd St.. Miami, Sunday evening. December 17th. The music of Chet Brownagle and his orchestra will be featured and entertainment will be presented. According to an announcement made by Mr. E Albert Pallot, president and general chairman of the Dance, ticket sales have far exceeded expectations and it is expected that a capacity crowd will be present. Tickets are available and may be obtained from any member or at the "Y" Clubrooms. BALKAN STATES TO OPPOSE HITLER THREAT Epidemic Rife In Poland London (WNS)—Serious outbreaks of typhus and cholera are reported throughout Nazi occupied Poland forcing the Nazi regime to discontinue transportation of Jews have been struck by the epiGermany, Austria and Czecho Slovakia. Because of the lack of medical supplies the Reich is completely helpless to stop the ravages of the epidemic which has struck in Rodom. Kielce, and Gracow, where no less than 50 per cent of the populace were stricken. In Lublin, seat of the proposed Jewish "reservation." thousands of Jews have been struck by the epi(Continued on Pge 4) London (WNS)—Repatriation of German nationals from the Baltic states into Greater Germany and their resettlement in various sectionals of Hungary, Rumania and particularly in the former Polish Corridor and in Ldtiz, recently annexed as a province of the Third Reich, has brought repercussions and opposition to Nazi demands from Berlin among German nationals of Hungary. Rumania and Ruthenia, informed sources here said. German nationals in Hungary, particularly those who have lived there for generations, have openly demonstrated their distaste for demands originating in Berlin that they prepare to quit their homes in the Balkans and move into the Reich proper. Anti-Nazi sentiment among Hungarian Germans has become widespread and secret opposition to Nazi candidates for seats in the Hungarian Parliament has already resulted in the defeat of one candidate from a district in Budapest made up entirely of Hungarian Germans. Indications that German nationals in Hungary seek to evade be ing repatriated are seen in their efforts to re-write their papers of identification. Many Germans have identified themselves as Hungarians, Rumanians and Ruthenians rather than Germans and in some instances, it is revealed, have described themselves as being of the Jewish faith, so great is their desire to avoid repatriation into the German Reich. It is further disclosed that antiNazi sentiment throughout the Balkans has been considerably strengthened because of the recent threat from Berlin. War Situation Creates Undercurrent of Unrest in Reich An ominous undertone of unrest is evident in the Reich, refugees reaching here disclosed, confirming reports that the German army has also been affected. The refugees report that Jews in Berlin, forbidden to buy food except at certain hours, have been secretly aided by Germans who furtively supplied the Jews with bread and coal. The refugees, who managed to cross the Polish-Rumanian frontier before it was sealed to war refugees from former Poland, disclosed that in spite of constant exposure to propaganda harranguing against) the Jews, the average German continues to manifest some sympathy for the plight of the unfortunate Jews. Cannon Addresses B'nai B'rith Tuseday evening, December 12th at 9 p. m. Sholem Lodge, B'nai Brdth will hold their regular meeting at the Miami Woman's Club, 1737 North Bayshore Drive. Miami. The annual election of officers will take place and various committee reports will be given. Guest speaker of the evening will be the Honorable Pat Cannon. United States Representative, whose subject will be "Congress in Action.''



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORID) AN FRIDAY, DEC. 8TH, 1939 I I \ SOCIAL ACTIVITIES RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor AUXILIARY TEA TO BE HELD Momlay afternoon, December 18th. at 2 P. M. the Annual Membership Tea, which will be held in the form of a Rummage Sale, sponsored by Use Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Wei' fare Bureau, will be held at the home of Mr?. Sam Blank. 3700 I'inelree Drive, Miami Beach. Mrs. Maurice Jacob.', chairman, is in charge of arrangement.". All members and friends are requested to attend. • • • TO BE HONORED The Drum and Bugle Corps of the Jewish War Veterans of Miami of which Captain Barney H. Kraft is in charge will be the guests of honor at a large Chanuka party to be given by the Alamac Hotel. 1300 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Sunday evening. December 10th at 7 p. m. Featured on the program will be a concert by the Corps. Refreshments will be served. The public is invited to attend. I CHANUKA GREETINGS S. H. KRESS &Co. 5-10-25c STORE East Flagler Street MIAMI, FLORIDA HAPPY CHANUKA Ideal Roofing & Sheet Metal Works INC. 824 S. Miami Avenue ; Phone 2-1133 ENGAGEMENT ANNOl NCED Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Pearlman of 1357 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter Rita to Pincns Hoffman, son of Mrs. Rose Hoffman of Pottstown, Pennsylvania, Miss Pearlman attended Hunter Collage in New York City, i> -erretary of Junior Hadanah of Miami and active in many local social circles. Mr. Hoffman is an executive of a chain of di partment stores throughout Pennsylvania. The wedding will take place in January. Out of town guests who will attend are Mrs. Rose Hoffman and Nathan Hoffman, mother and brother of the bride-groom elect and Herbert Berger, all of Pottstown, Pa.. RETl'R*NS* TO CITY Mrs. S. Blutstein returned to Miami and is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. M. Rippa. rJoGUST BROS fty^ L_ Is the BEST' The Women's Division of the Ann • ican Jewish Congress will meet \\. nesdaj afternoon at 2 P. M. at (he Black-tone Hotel. Miami Beach, l.i, t speaker of the afternoon will lie Rev, C. Blanchard. Members and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • • HADA9SASH TO MEET The regular meeting of the Miami Chapter of Senior Radassah will Inheld at the Aleasar Hotel Mon I afternoon. Decemlier 11 til at 2 P. \|. An Interesting program will lie pre. Milled with Mr-. Sidney Wientraub and Mr-. Robert Siegal in rhai i Guest speaker of the afternoon t I lie Dr. Helen I.anliam. All member* ami friendare cordially invil.il in Marianthe Lombard! well-known concert pianist, will present a classical concert Saturday evening at the Miami Beach if Mf> Max Kii|>f.rst' | show will !"• | 111 the Fash'.on Show will I per pers Luni heon w i I be served pn ce ling th< sh >w ai d admission charged will be one dollar and a half per person. Tick • ts may he obtained from any |member or at the door. All mem bera and friends are cordially in vited to attend. HANI K\ PARTY TO BE GIVEN Sunday evening, December 10th at H P. M. in the Club Boomof the V. M. II. A.. IS67 S. W. ">tli St.. Miami, the annual Chanuka Part) sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held. Various card games will be played and refreshments will be Served, In charge of arrangements will be Mrs. A. I. Orlansky, chairman, a*si-led by Mesdames (. Cbetkof, L. Axelrod, B. Rosen. R. Koppel. L. Kotkin. B. V. Mrll and W. Clein. Admission charged will he nominal. The public is urged to attend as the proceeds will go toward the Talmud Torah Fund. CHANUKA GREETINGS j{J MIAMI WRECKING CO. i 132 N. W. 20th Street { Ingman Motors R. B. INGMAN 1864-72 S. W. Eighth Street Telephone 3-4671 Mrs. Ralph Neufeld, general x chairman, announces that a meet • ing of all the committee chairmen ] will be held Tuesday morning at 110:15 a. m. at the home of Mrs. Jack Cohen. 8621 Indian Creek Drive. Miami Beach. All chairmen are urged to be present as import ant business will be transacted. I To Our Many Friends and | Acquaintances a HAPPY CHANUKA FII1E BUTTER. AT YOUR GROCERS AIRM0NTS • BUTTER Sold Only hi Pjckeges I ... Never In Bulk From rhe fub The Wrapper and Carton Protect the Delicious, Rich Flavor "FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE BEST" Metropolitan Quality Dry Cleaning Fine Hand Laundrv Plant Phone 7-3216 MOUSELY Service Station 302 Collins Avenue .MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 'if GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH ATTRACT & TTTT.F COMPANY WC. Co'nn 1 t^ Abstract and | r;i e i <,„,. ance Service T^TV o"'V ABSTRACT L\HT IN ? T T BEACH First T T T al Bank Bldg. MIAMI BEACH 'J MIAMI AND THE BEACH S>Uf:f/t<>t£ -rnf/tt'&is At Miami Store Only Print* In washable rayon erepe 798 I each The new details you've been waiting: for! Shirring, stitch ing, Dutch-type pockets, revers. youthful round collars. Button-front and slide-fas tened stylesBlue. aqua, rose, luggage, red, green, and grey with dainty white prints. Sixes 12 to 20 and 38 to 44 in the group. MIAMI STi"'K. POURTH KLA)>" )


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