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The Jewish Floridian ( December 22, 1939 )

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wJewiis111 Filar idiiaiin VOL. 12—XO. 51 ^ CSS53 7/-/^^ J/tewiislh (UnBlty H MIAMI. FI.OUIDA. FRIDAY. DEC. 22. l'l^T Stephen Wise To Address Fe deratio n Rally Wednesday Capacity Audience Expected To Hear National Orator On Special Trip Here PRICE 10 CENTS Dr. Stephen S. Wise will spend one day in Miami when he arrives here next Wednesday December 27 for the express purpose of addressing a Workers meeting and Rally of the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds at Temple Israel, 187 N. E. 10th Street Miami. The nicotine: will star! at 8:80 p. m. Dr. Wise, who is recuperating from a recent severe illness, con r-ented to come hero for one day at the request of Stanley C. Myers, president of the Federation, and put aside all other affairs to assist in puttingthe 1940 campaign over the top. Dr. Stephen S. Wise, an honorary chairman of the United Jewif-h Appeal for Refugees and Overseas Needs, is universally regarded as one of the major Jewish personalities of the present age. He is champion of the rights of Jews in every sphere. His activities on behalf of city. state and nation, his espousal of the causes of the weak, the oppressed and the persecuted have made him an outstanding factor i" the civic and political life of America. Dr. Wise was head of the American delegation to the tripartite conference which the British government hold early this year with the Jews and the Arabs regardingthe Palest'ne r.'tui Chairman of the executive committee of the United Palestine Appeal, a .-loi. tituent of the United Jewish Appeal, ho ha-long been ;,ss iciated with the ment for rebuilding cf Palestine and settlement there of a maximum number of Jews from Germany. Poland and other lands. Dr. Wise received his doctor ate in philosophy at Columbia University in 1901, He began his public career as rabbi of a New York synagogue in 1893, and went to Portland in 1900 where he reNAT. COUNCIL PRESENTS FIFTH FASHION SHOW mained until 1906, returning to New York City, lie founded the Free Synagogue of New York, of moveNV hi c h he has been the rabbi since 1907. The public of Greater Miami is invited to attend this meeting, and a special section in the Temple has been reserved for workers in the campaign. There will be no solicitation of funds. Wednesday December 27th the Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women will present their Fifth Annual Fashion and Floor Show at the Hollywood Beach Hotel. Hollywood, Florida at 2 p. m. Madame De Sylva, fashion stylist, will display her creations for miss and matron comprised of casual, afternoon frocks, dinner and formal clothes, beachwear and advanced styles in furs, in the lounge of the Hotel. Clothes will be modeled by professional mannequins and children:clothes will be presented by Young Ages of Lincoln Road. The Hotel will provide entertainment between showings. Admission to the Fashion Show will i one dollar per person, Mr •. Ralph Neufeld. general chair man. is in charge of arrangement--. Preceding the Show a luncheon will be served for one dollar and a half per person. Those desiring to attend are requested to make reservations with Mis. Jack C. Cohen. Beach Luncheon chairman at 5-37


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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORID! AN FRIDAY, DEC. 22, 1939 ft SOCIAL ACTIVITIES RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor EMUNAH CHAPTER ELECTS OFFICERS The Emunah Chapter OES held the election of officers for the year 1940. Those elected were Mrs. Philip Somber*. worthy matron; Mr. Jack Schwartz. worthy patron; Mrs. Henry Rubin, associate matron; E. Albert Pallot, associate patron; Mrs. Bernard Simon, secretary; Mrs. Mitchell Kuperber*. treasurer; Mrs. Jack Wucher. conductress; Mrs. Leo Meyer, associate conductress; Mrs. Hyman Gottesman. chaplain; and Miss Bertha Mendelson, marshall. Five point stars are Diane Cooper smith. Florence Kromash. Deborah Gulkis. Hnrma Coopersmith and Jean Martin. A public installation will take place Tuesday evening January 2nd at the Scottish Rite Temple at 8 p. m. The last meeting: of the current year will be held Thursday evening; December 28th at the Temple. • • BENEFIT DANCE HELD The benefit dance and floor show snonsored by the Beth Ja-j cob Sisterhood was held Weir ,!,,•• venine December :20th at the Victor Hotel. Mam' Beach, with Mrs. B. H. London, president of the S^terhood. in charjre of arrangements. Featured on the program was Miss Thea Silton. contralto and noted European Opera Sinftor. The program was under the direction of Mr. Sol S. Goldstrom. Proceeds of the affair were jriven towards the support of a Charity Ward at the St. Francis Hospital. • • • VISIT HERE Mrs. Leona Luber accompanied by her children Delores and M-'chae!, and her sister Mrs. Pearl Mitzrlici Corned Boof Pickled, Cooked] and Smoked Meats DEMAN IT FEOM YOUJt DELICATESSEN New Obtainable Everywhere in Florid* PHONE 2-0828 300 N. W. 16th Are '.**' Ixnown from coast to coast for its uniform quality and delicious flavor. BURNETTS PURE VANILLA _; imer icairjewish pinner" ST. REGIS HSIM SANT ~4C COLlth/ AVE. V l \,V\I E A C H IRVING PONT son of Mrs. Sadie Pont, who was Bar Mitzvah at tinDavid Talmud Torah Sat December 9th. Evening Glamour! 3.18 Catch year arU ln %  silver e • I o r • Mesh mood with gay flowor trimming. THIRD FIX)OR I 8.50 Bugle b*odi the color of holly OB an • v > n I n g pouch of shinlno. metal cloth. STRKKT FU-H'R 10.95 A laodal of goldcoJorod moth will inspire yoar west graceful waltxing. THIRD FUX>U 'J MIAMI AIO THE BEACH )



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FRI DAT, DEC. 22, 1939. THE JEWISH FLOMDIAN PAGE THREE &f Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) LISTEN HERE .. n Has anybody ever told Herr Hitler that the wife of his favorite ghost-thinker, Dr. Karl Haushofer (the man who has THE Y. M. H. A. (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) 11*11(1(111111111*11111 Hill Illllll HUM ltUllimilljrilllHlllirttlllllMIIIIIIIHIIIIH.UII.il Mill I II With the "Y" 8th Annual out of the way, we now have our annual New Year's Eve celebration ber 31, 1939. The brothers, Irving and Arthur Evans are sparing no expense to assure every member of the "Y" and their friends attending a splendid evening and worked out the plans for the world empire of the Germans to I t o look forwar =„ U the B nai B nth and the Young the Evans regular price is $3.o0 and particularly to Rabbi Moses %  I p ... v %  Mon c Hohrftur AuufwmtlOTV per person prevails, all members i Mescheloff for relinquishing of the Y. M. H. A. and their: their time on the air so that the friends will be taxed but $3.00 per | "Y" might deliver its message. JOSEPH A. HERMAN Vocational guidance director of Men's Hebrew Association. WE PASS IT ON London's Soncino Press expects to have the final eight volumes of its complete English translation of the Babylonian Talmud ready for distribution by nest April • The $200 price <>f the complete 32-volume work has not been raised since the outbreak of war. but if any of you are interested in purchasing .this first unabridged English translation of the Talmud we may tell you that the price may be raised after January 1st For $480, incidentally, you can at this time become one of the chosen few to buy a de luxe edition of the Talmud. of which thirty-five numbered sets arc being made • Now that he is an American citizen, Aryan Nobel Prize winner Thomas Mann no longer aids the underground anti-Hitler movement in Germany He wants to adhere strictly to the rules of American neutrality Ferenc ("hiliom") Molnar, the Hungarian Jewish playwright, is spending the war m Geneva, IWC hear He would like to come to our shores, and Uncle Sam would be glad to have him, but lie can't figure out a safe way of crossing the ocean, having little faith in clippers and a wholesome respect for explosive mines • Life is just one rewrite after the other for the Labor Stage's "Pins and Needles" Their new show, only a couple of weeks old, lias Already had to be changed to take into account Frit/ Kului's conviction • The Daily Express will be the name of the Brooklyn paper which Anister Spiro is preparing It'll be a tabloid" • Biggest hit of the American Hebrew's dinner in honor of Myron 0. Taylor, this year's winner of the magazine's annual medal for promotion of better understanding between Christians and Jews, was scored by the Vinaver Chorus, the refugee musicians' group of which we told you a couple of columns ago FOREIGN ECHOES Can any one tell us why foreign correspondents don't tell thier American newspapers the whole truth about the unprecedentedly and criminally barbaric treatment of Polish Jews by the Nazis? ... In Washington they say that Lawrence A. Steinhardt, our Ambassador to the Soviet Union, would have been recalled by President Roosevelt if the suggestion that such a step be taken hadn't come from ex-President Hoover Most of the midgets Morris Gest imported from Europe for the New York World's Fair are still in this counry, marooned by war, as guests of Gest's ... Of the score or so who tried to return to their native Germany, about half—all the menwere taken off the Italian liner on which they were sailing, by a French battleship, and are now interned in French territory ... The Shetland Island, which occasionally got a visit from Nazi bombers, has a Jewish population totaling three persons-a couple with one child. THIS AND THAT Thousands of German Jewish refugees who had been happy in the possession of immigration visas for Chile are heartbroken now that the government of th'at South American republic has canceled all visas, on the grounds that there was a lot of fraud and racketeering in the granting of these permits ... One of the finest philanthropies to have sprung up in recent years is the McCosker-IIcrshfield Cardiac Foundation, which raises funds for the care of adults suffering from heart disease • person. So please hurry and get your reservations in early by calling Mr. Maurice Grossman, or your correspondent at the !" 3-4012 We have been limited to 100 couples and to date have received reservations for more than hall of our quota. A feature of the New Year's Eve Party will be moving pictures in Technicolor taken at our 8th Annual Dance, and will be shown that night by Herman Waitsman. our cameraman. Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman will be celebrating their 28th | anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Berkowitz. their 28th anniversary, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Serkin, their 28th anniversary, and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. their second anniversary. Radio broadcasts have become a regular feature of the Y.M.H.A. and at various intervals throughout the year we hope to sponsor these programs. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE It may interest you to know that our Vocational Guidance Dept., under the direction of Mr. Joseph A. Berman, has become such a popular feature throughout the city that it is the subject of conversation every where. What I am about to say may be something for Mr. Ripley to note, nevertheless, we have received calls, and are receiving calls daily for jobs that we cannot fill because of lack of persons qualified for these positions. Every person desiring employment should register at the "Y" as no one will be sent out on jobs who is not registered. We have, four jobs that we cannot fill because there are no persons registered with us for those particular lines of work. So. come to the "Y" next Monday, sec Mr. Berman and register with us. Who knows but that a job may be in store for you. (Continued on Page Seven) HjJjGUST BROS. Ry? J* Is the BEST? _Z^ ATLANTIC OCEAN BATHS HOT OCEAN TUB BATHS RUSSIAN—TURKISH STEAM BATHS SOAPING—RUBBING—MASSAGING Million Dollar Pier at BlaoayM Si. MIAMI RKACH RADIO PROGRAM The "Y" sponsored an excellent radio program last Sunday afternoon over station W. I. O. D Judging from the many comments we received from the listMAMMOTH 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" MIAMI NEW YORK MUMtK nu mo fcl A L CJIAKL I o > o H I • 1J36 WASHINGTON AVENUE PHONE 5-7 7 7 7 A JEWISH FUNERAL HOME IN MIAMI BEACH Our experience of 50 years of Service to Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Jewry is your assurance of strict compliance with every Jewish ritual WE PLEDGE OUR SUPPORT TO ALL EFFORTS FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF AMERICANISM AND JUDAISM IN MIAMI, THE COMMUNITY WE NOW MAKE OUR HOME CHARLES ROSENTHAL EDWARD ROSENTHAL MORTON ROSENTHAL



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PAGE FOUR TMZ iWWIMM FLOMPti* FRIDAY. DEC. 22, 1939 iftJewisti IFIIciriidlK&m PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Bex 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue [ J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES One year .... Six Months SOCIETY SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 $1.00 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1939 VOLUME 12 — NUMBER 51 JUDGE AARON J. LEVY of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, will be the guest speaker at the Friday evening services at 7:15 P. M. at the Beth David Synagogue. Rosenthal Opens Funeral Parlor AN OBLIGA TION In January of 1938 the Jewish Floridian editorially called to the attention of Jews of Greater Miami the advisability— the advantages—the necessity of a Federation. A suggestion at that time is today a successful, proven reality. True it has ; not cured all existant evils in its short span of a years' existance but the progress made has shown such vast improvements over past practices of having solicitors—meshulochim—programs— appeals, etc., that Federation here has been accepted most wholaheartedly. You read the papers, but we wonder if you can imagine how tragic is the situation that confronts millions of our fellow Jews in war-ridden Europe. Many Jewish communities have been uprooted in the wake of the present upheaval in Europe. Hundreds of thousands of men, women, and children have been driven from their homes and made to wander in despair over the highways of the world. As Hitler's troops swept through Poland a shocked world crouched by radio sets and scanned headlines straining to hear and read the latest details of the Nazi onslaught. Today, we find in Warsaw, alone, emergency soup kitchens established by Jewish agencies serving 50,000 meals daily ... the only source of food available to the Jewish population there. In J the Nazi occupied area of Poland, over 1,500,000 Jews are threatened by extinction through starvation and oppression. More than 200,000 homeless refugees, who fled from towns near the western frontier, or whose home cities were completely obliterated by bombardment, are now congregated in Warsaw and other large cities of Poland, unable to proceed further and taxing the already overcrowded facilities of these cities. The Nazis, it seems, have not as yet exhausted their full stock of brutalities in the conquest of Poland. To the gory record of sadism which includes such refinements of cruelty as keep ing milk from the mouths of babes—they have added rape. Not content with preventing the merciful Quakers and Red Cross from bringing milk and cod liver oil to starving tots, and having had their fill of shooting down Jews in cold blood, the Nazi conquering heroes now turn their bestial gaze upon Jewish womanhood. We could go on endlessly to tell you of the many horrors confronting the Jews in Poland, but that is not the only problem facing Federation. Devastating as the situation is in Europe, we Jews in America have also the problems of helping our people here, and elsewhere in this country. Having seen millions of its helpless co-religionists crushad in the wake of the tide of aggression which has engulfed the peoples of Austria, Czechoslovakia and Poland we cannot but share in the universal feeling of outrage. The tragedy of the Jewish people today is a tragedy which reflects a challenge to the fundamental structure of modern civilization. For the Jews in America it represents a grave responsibility—a responsibility which we must meet with imagination and sacrifices—it represents a solemn warning in this subversion of law and right that in one generation has paralyzed hundreds of millions of people. If this cancer is ever allowed to lodge itself and grow in American life, then as has happened abroad in a generation we may have to say farewell to our cherished rights, our sacred liberties and our beloveff democracy. Dating three generations backthe Rosenthal Family, in the undertaking business for more than fifty years, in New York, operating as the Riverside Memorial Chapel at 76th street and Amsterdam Avenue, with a branch at Far Rockaway. have announced the opening of a permanent ycar-around Jewish Funeral Home in Miami Beach under the same name. Riverside Memorial Chapel, to be located at 1286 Washington Ave., .Miami Beach, serving the residents of Greater Miami. In New York the Riverside Chapel is sexton to more than forty synagogues and temples, exclusively serving the communities of Ix>ng Island and WesU-hester. Among the congregations they serve are: Spanish a'Ul Portuguese Synagogue with Dr. De Sola Pool, Rabbi; Jewish Center with Rabbi Leo Jung; Society for Advancement of Judaism. with Rabbi Mordecai Kaplan; B'nai Jeshurun. with Rabbi Israel Goldstein; Free Synagogue with Dr. Stephen S. Wise. Recently they were in charge of the funeral of the late Supreme Court Justice. Benjamin N. Cardoza. Charles Rosenthal, founder of the firm and his sons. Edward and Morton, who are associated with him. have established a year around residence here, and one of the Rosenthals will always be in attendance to minister to the needs of the bereaved. Mr. Rosenthal. in announcing the opening of his establishment stated: "More than JiO years service to the Synagogues in the past has given us knowledge as to how to conduct Orthodox funerals, complying with the strictest of requirements, and yet give a quiet, efficient, sympathetic and dignified service. Our contacts with organizations throughout the country enables us to provide funeral services for those who die in Miami, to be sent to their home towns for burial at a minimum of cost and without waste or duplication." VISITING HERE Miss Rosalie Liebowitz of Woodmere Long Island, senior at Lawrence High School is visiting in Miami as the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Max Steuer and their daughter H>a, of 1821 S. W. 23rd Ave.. for the holidays. A series of parties have been arranged for Miss Liebowitz. SUCCUMBS TO ILLNESS Mrs. Matthew S. Bandler, 37. of 2517 Amir s ave.. Coral Gables, died suddenly this week from a heart ailment. Mrs. Bandler is survived by her husband, who for years has been identified prominently with the business and political life of Miami and South Florida, and by two children. Zelma. nine, and Matthew, three and a half years old. Mrs. Bandler was widely krtowr. having enjoyed an active social and community life before her illness. H. M. DREVICH Re-elected unanimously for the third time as president of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 39-40 Meet Opens B'NAI B'RITH mm NOTES Sidney L. Segall Sholom Ixidge will hold its an nual installation of newly elected officers in the form of a formal banquet and dance at the Evans Hotel January 9th at 8 p. m. The tax is $2.00 per person. The policy is reservations in advance, or in other words, first come, first served. Your writer would suggest that the brothers who plan to attend this annual event, make reservations immediately, or else! That cannot be overemphasized. Invitations have been mailed to all the brothers in good standing and there should bo no excuse for your failure to attend, provided, your reservation is made OB time. We trust that the New Year will bring peace and happiness to all the persecuted peoples in all lands. B'nai B'rith should take on added vigor in its efforts to alleviate the sufferings, and the problems of our less fortunate brothers. We sincerely hope that the New Year will find B'nai B'rith standing as a bulwar' fighting for the dissemination of the principles of tolerance, goodwill and brotherly love throughout freedom loving America. Applications for committee work have been mailed to the brothers of the Ixidge. and this column strongly urges the necessity for volunteer work on the various committees of our lodge. Each brother should select a committee on which he desires to work, so that the incoming administration may find a place for every willing brother to expend his energies and efforts on the various projects sponsored by Bina' B'rith. (Continued from Page One) over the top of the hurdles rather than going through them, giving the greyhounds a greater cltnrition to jump the hurdles rather than run through them. JACOB SHER The All-Glass starting box, only one of its kind in Ann i the palm-bowered patio gard< a cocktail bar, an elaborate ies lounge and the Flagler photo Jewish unity at this time of our greatest tragedy in the history of our people is urgently needed. Order in fundraising activities has always been desirable. The situation makes such order imperative. The answer—FEDERATION—It has undertaken and with our help will succeed in raising our fair and minimum share of this unprecedented task of relief and rehabilitation. Its our burden—for our own safekeeping. Get behind FEDERATION-work with and for it-help it succeedsupport it—your Federation—our FEDERATION. BILL HUNTLEY finish camera, with no obstacles obstructing the view of the camera and giving perfect vision are some of the other features at the track. Rural Rube, the fastest greyhound in the world, will be among the canines at the track.



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FRTDAY, DEC. 22. 1939. THE JEWISH FLOWDIAN BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 82.1 Michigan Avenue •Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor .10 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 6-2013 SYNAGOGUE SERVICES Shachriss: daily at 7 and 8 a. m.; Saturday at 7 and 9 a. m. Mincha: daily at 5:10 p. m.; Friday and Saturday at 5 p. m. Maariv: daily at 5:45 p. m.: Saturday at 6 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at 5:30 p. m.; Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The Portion of the Week." FRIDAY NIGHT FORUMS "The New Life" will be the subject of the Rabbi's lecture at this week's Forum. The forum starts at 8:15. The Cantor leads in the singing. Seats are reserved for all permanent and tourist members. Seats for all. Everybody is cordially invited. BAR MITZVAH CELEBRATIONS Three boys will celebrate their Bar Mitzvah this Saturday morning at our synagogue. They are Morris Schechter. Norman Stanley Sacks, and Marshall Giller. Each will read the Biblical and prophetic portions and will deliver addresses. The Rabbi will speak to the trio. Our cantor will chant the services. Refreshments will be served at the close of the services. UFRUFEN Mr. Theodore Wruble and Mr. Raymond Kinhorn will be called up to the Torah in honor of the weddings which are to take place Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr. Wruble will take to wife Miss Ruth Ann Orlin. Mr. Einhorn will be wed to Miss Pearl Hope Bermann. We wish them long lives of wedded happiness. UNVEILING The unveiling of a stone in memory of the late Sarah Holman will take place this Sunday afternoon at 2:00 p. m. at the Woodlawn Cemetery. Rabbi Mescheloff and Cantor Mamches will conduct the service. Friends of the departed are invited. May God console the widower and children. May they ever hold her sainted memory fresh. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL During the winter vacation classes are being held in the morning hours. Registration of new children is held from 9 to 12 each weekday morning. Mrs. B. Yenkin, teacher of class II has left for Columbus, Ohio, for a three week's vacation. In her absence Miss L. Smith will serve as substitute. MINNIONAIRES The Minnionaires will meet Sunday at 9:00 a. m. to conduct their own service. After the service they will take part in a communal breakfast. The group is under the guidance of Mr. L. Klein. Boys between the ages of 13 and 18 are invited. HABANOTH The Miami Beach Habanoth will meet Monday evening at 7:00 p. m. Miss B. Sugarman will work with the Habanoth choir. At the last regular meeting our branch pledged to pay for a Scholarship for the Hebrew Teachers Training School for G'rls. Ours is the first Habanoth in the country to help give Jewish girls higher Orthodox education which will ultimately be beneficial to many through this medium. PAGE FIVE SERVING — M1XM1 ltF. \< II and MIAMI Miami Jewish Funeral Home •EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH" PHONE 3-343t 7I S. W. 12th AVE. AMBULANCE SERVICE SOCIETY YOUNG JUDAEA MEETS The Benj. N. Cardoza Young Judaea held their regular meeting Wednesday evening. Plans for a membership party were discussed. Miss Jeanette Kronenfeld, president of Junior Hadassah, was the guest speaker. Miss Gladys was elected secretary to fill the vacancy created by Miss Sophia Tendrich. Adele Soot in and Irving Weinstein were elected representatives to the. Young Judaea Council of Greater Miami. A special meeting has been called for Sunday morning at Both David auditorium. All members are urged to be present. • • • VISITOR IN MIAMI Miss Marian Hantover of Chicago, 111., arrived in Miami to join her sister Ruth as a house guest of Mrs. Ida Optner, of Miami, • • • OFFFICERS ELECTED Officers of the Ladies Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith who will be installed at the joint installation of the Lodge Tuesday evening January 9th are Mrs. Isaac Levin, president; Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. first vice president; Mrs. Irvin Siegel. second vice president; Miss Beulah B. Godwin, recording secretary; Mrs. Joseph A. Bernia" financial secretary; Sadie Wcinberg. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Chas. Beckwitt, treasurer; Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. auditor: Mosdames Meyer Schwartz. Frank Coret. Sol Weinkle, Sam Blank. Sam Weissel. Maurice Grossman, George Goldberg, Harry Orlin. Monte Selig. Milton Saslaw. Ida Optner. Harry Markowitz, J. Engler. Max Steuer, and Benjamin Le Vine. VISITS IN MIAMI Frederick A. Restiick. who studied art in New Haven, Conn, for two years and at the National Academy of Fine Arts in New York for three years, is visiting in Miami with his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. N. Pritzker of 321 S. W. 9th Avenue. Council hews GEORGE CHERTKOF Chairman of the Junior Division of the Federation. JUNIOR HADASSAH (Continued from Page Eight) pledge one table. The refreshments to be served will be "the talk of the town." Be sure and reserve this date. Think what fun it will be to run next door between dummies to see what your best friend is slamming. Again Junior Hadassah is honored. Rabbi Max Shapiro has asked us to take over Friday night services January 12th. The Rabbi says we are to have charge of everything from the opening prayer to the closing benediction. Thank you Rabbi. We will indeed do our best. How did you like the program Sunday December 10 over WIOD? We have received many flattering remarks about it. Pauline Querido, and all the other girls who took part deserve ^mention too. Here they are: Hilda Breskin. Betty Lasky. Roselyn Klein, Gertie Shaff, SylAPPOINTED TO POSITION Dr. Max Pepper, well known lecal physician and active in Miami social and communal circles, this week received appointment to tha Jackson Memorial Hospital as Chief of one of the Medical services. Dr. Pepper is heading a team in the forthcoming Federation drive and is on the Medical Board of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. Regular Board Meeting will be held on Tuesday morning. December 26th, at 10 o'clock at the Evans Hotel. Make your reservations for lunch with Mrs. Harry Barnhard, 5-3967. Following luncheon the Fashion Show Chairmen and their committees under the general chairmanship of Mrs. Ralph Neufeld will hold a meeting, at the hotel. —o— Friday afternoon at the Evans Hotel, 953 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, at 2 p. m. the Forum sponsored by the Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women will be held. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, will discuss Clifford Odetts "Anatomist of Frustration" and Mrs. Mildred Mayer Schrayer will interpret "Golden Boy." Mrs. Schrayer was graduated from the School of Speech at Northwestern University and began her professional career in an appearance in "Scandal" with Francine I>arrimore. The musical program will be presented by Harry Goldstein, violinist, accompanied by Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson, pianist. A social hour will follow with Mesdames Ralph Neufeld, Duke Friedkin. Wm. Capland, Jack C. Cohen. Eleanor Bearman, Edward L. Cowen. Norman Iiebling. and Abraham Sobel as hostesses. via Lyons, Mary Goldstein. Rose Bushkoff, and Thelma Kronenfeld. We salute you Rabbi Kellner. we thank you for the chance. Rita Pearlman. secretary of our organization, with all sincerity we extend congratulatons on your coming marriage. 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PAG£ SIX THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAW FRIDAY, DEC. 22, I9ai CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) Office Phone 2-1473 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Kabbi— 497 Southwest 18th Road Home Phone 2-2176 SCENES AT 25th ANNUAL MEETING of JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE PERMANENT CALENDAR a. mand Daily services at Friday evening S:13. 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. I tfar-Mitzvah Group, Sunday, 9:00 a. in. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. I.ATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES During the services this coming Friday at 7:15 the Honorable Judge Aaron J. Ixjvy of the Supreme Court of the State of New Yoak will be our guest speaker. Judge Levy who is Past Master of the Independent Order of B'nai Abraham, and Past President of a number of National Orphanages, is known as a most forceful speaker. He will discuss the subject. "LET US UNDERSTAND BACH OTHER." Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services, and Cantor Louis Hayman, assisted by the Beth David Choir will chant the Liturgic Melodies. Bar-Mitzvah Group The "Bar-Mitzvah" group will meet Sunday morning from 9 to 10 under the direction of Louis Gadon; boys of 1and over arc eligible to attend. The boys are taught the melodies for the different "Portions of Law." Talmud Torah An innovation has been made in the curriculum of our daily Hebrew School that of "Nigeria" i liturgic music as a special course ; once a week under the direction of Cantor I. Kaminsky The Talmud Torah curriculum includes the study of elementary and advanced Hebrew. "Chumosh," with "Rashi. Niveim." religion and its laws, Yiddish and other subjuts pertaining to our Hebraic culture. RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTION Junior Congregation The services of the Senior and Juniors conducted by the Junior Congregation takes place every Saturday morning at 10:30. Harold Shapiro. Albert Eskanazi and Herbert Glazeroff are in charge of the services. "The "Portion of Ijaw" is expounded by the Rabbi. We arc happy to note that the attendance is increasing |rpidly from Sabbath to Sabbath. ft "Kiddush" is given in the aud'torium immediately after the Benediction, under the Chairmanship of Mrs. L. J. Hartz. IN ORLANDO ITS THE EL CHICO CAFE (On the Avenue) Special Menu for Late Parties OPEN ALL NIGHT Chiro-Chich Served at the CURB ONLY 496 N. Orange Ave. (At Amelia) ORLANDO Sunday School It is with dee)> satisfaction that Beth David Sunday School has reached what is considered t^ be an Institution most observant of decorum and scholastic attainment. The classes are under the capable guidance of registered and licensed teachers. We urge parents to become more vitally interested in the welfare of their children and attend the assembly from 11:30 to 12. BAR MITZVAH Earl, son of Leo A. Solomon will be Bai-Mitzvahed this Saturday at 9 a. m. He will recite "Maftir" and extend greetings tn the worshippers. RADIO PROGRAM Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the Radio Hour over WIOD this Sunday afternoon from 3 to Top left — fame* C. McDonald at the climax of hit address. Top right — Mrt. Lehman delivering thn addrett of the Governor of New York with Paul Baenrald, chairman of the J. D. C. littening intently. Latter left — /. Edtcin Goldicauer, J. D. C. treasurer; Joteph C. IIyman, who teat named executive vicechairman of the J. 1). C. and William Shroder of Cincinnati who tat alto elected a vice-chairman. Lover rirht — Kabbi Jonah B. Wise and Edward M. M. Warburg, newly elected co-chairman of the J. D. C. SOCIETY ENTERTAINS AT HOME Mrs. Ida Optner entertained a', her home 2353 S. \V. 24th Terrace. Miami, in honor of her house guests Miss Ruth and Marian Hantover of Chicago, Thurs8:30. Cantor Louie Hayman will bo in charge of the musical part of the program. In view of the approaching new calendar year, 1940, Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject. "CLOSING LIFE." day evening. Dancing, entertainment a'ul refreshments were enjoyed. Guests attending were Miss Adele Segall. Miss Claire Simons. Miss Gladys Goldman. INSUREDISAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS DRDE FEDERAL SRVIHGS nno Loan 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. UPTON, President I-eonard Fisher, Dr. Sol Selevan. Dr. Harold Band, Dr. Max Augustine. Paul Marks, Sidney S Jack Abbott. E, Albert Pallot a Philip Seymour Optner. WOULD YOU GIVE NEW AND A HAPPY YEAR from SERVICE SAM and SUNSHINE SALLY Sunshine Service FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY A PENNY to Atop tAat he&dacA&l AA OST people who use Dr. Miles '"* Anti-Pain Pills say that one pill usually relieves their headaches. In the regular package, Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills cost one penny each. In the economy packages, one penny buys IV*. pills. Why Don't You Try Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills? They taste good, act promptly, do not upset the stomach, contain no opiates or laxative medicines. You may be miles away from a drug store when you are suffering from a Headache, Neuralgia, or Muscular Aches and Pains. Why not get a package of Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills today and be prepared for emergencies? Befular Package, 25 PDb, 25* Economy Package, 125 Pills, H-N DR.MILES ANTI PAIN PILLS ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION MURNOR STUDIO 320 N. E. FIRST STREET COLUMBUS HOTEL PHONE 2-8471 SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON ALL PHOTOGRAPHS UNTIL XMAS £



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FRIDAY, DEC. 22^1931). THE JSWMH FLORIDIAH PAGE SEVEN • TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. HABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6HS6 Indian Creek Drive—6-1266 630 N. E. 31st St.—2-9541 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both oi" the Rabbis wll! be !n the Temple every morning. You may consult with them on matters coneernir.c the Jewls communlty, or yen? pc:fonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in strict confidence. CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. SABBATH EVE SERVICES Friday evening, December 22nd. 1989, 8:15 p. m. Sermon: "A Father's Peculiar Blessing." Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Services conducted by Rabbi (olman A. Zwitman. A reception for worshippers will follow the service. SABBATH MORNING SERVICE Saturday morning, Dec 23rd, 1939, at 11:00 a. m. ANNUAL BIRTHDAY DINNER honoring DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN will be held on Tuesday December 26th. 19S9 at 6:80 p. m. in Kaplan Hall For reservations call the following committee: Mrs. Morris Plant, chairman. 2-03SI. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet. co-cha'.rman. C-2012. Mrs. Harry Nevins. 4-4166. Mrs. Herbert A. Simon, 42017. Mrs. A d o 1 p h Wertheimer, 3-5074. Reservations $1.25 per plate. A most interesting program will be presented. BAR MITZVAH Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Treister invite you to attend the Bar Mitzvah celebration of their son Ix'onard. to be held at the Temple r.erv'ces this Saturday morning. December 23rd. 1939, at 11:00 a. in. A reception in h ;"or of the Bar M'.tzvah will be tendered by his parents, after the morning service. IN MEMORIAM "May th" Father of Peace send peace to all wh > mourn, and com(Continued n Page Kight) WOLPERT' s FURNITUR E'J BARGAINS' Wo Ratus* fe 3 '?-• %  <•x$A 155 W. FLAGLER ST PHONE J-W.J2 Y.M.H.A. Notes (Continued from Page Three) 8th ANNUAL DANCE and a good time was had by all." That was the familiar phrase that was heard around the Civic Centre as those who partook of the festivities of our 8th ANNUAL DANCE left the building. Never before in the history of the "Y" has such an affair bee-n held where the spirit of conviviality and good fellowship prevailed. It was like one b ; g family gathering—old timers were glad to renew acquaintances the new corners were glad to hear from the old timers as they gave reminiscents of "Y" affairs. Our Ace camera man, Herman 'MetroGoldwynMayer) Waitsman was very much in evidence as he took movies in technicolor of all those guests who came to the dance. Chet Brownagle and ', his orchestra rendered the sweet music to the lovers of the terpis' chorean art. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin were adjudged the winners of the. dance contest after an elimination in which many participated. Second prize was awarded to Larry Schwartz and Gertrude Fleet and third prize went to Dr. Harold Rand and Adele Segal. The judges • %  .1. Aron Abbott. Sidney S %  Rev. "Dick" Evans, Mattv : 1 r and Judge Otto Stegi Mr*. Sidney Stepkin will be awarded v ;, 'i a complete Our pa1 pre8 : dent. Mr. V \. Friedman was the recipient of a bi autiful gifl aa token f appreciation for h ; < services iv. the "Y". Al Pallot pre ded as M. C. Senator Kay Murray cntertained the guests. If you want to see yourself in the movies come to our New Year's Eve affair at the Hotel Evans, Sunday n : ght. December 31st. Our thanks to the chairman and their committees for helping make this dance the success that it was. MRS. MAX DOBRIN MRS. MONTE SELIG Associate chairmen for Miami and Miami Beach Federation Women's division. DRUM CORP PARTY Mrs. Paula Ehrlich, Mother of the J. W. V. Drum and Buirle Corp. was hostess at a Chanukah Party given by her to the hoys and girls of the Drum Corp last Thursday evening, December 14. at the Y. M. H. A Chanukah :' were distributed to all the I rs by the 1 adies Auxiliary. Mr. Louis Ki-.frhowoi mov T ng M. letter, or the RitU r's Vlamac Hotel, doi ated a b tiful caki Mi B. Ehrlich was ted by Mrs. Bergman. Here Is Sweet Butter You'll Like CAVALCADE OF STARS Watch these columns next week for news of our Cavalcade of Stars wh'ch will be bigger, better and more spectacular than ever before. NEWS AROUND TOWN Jack Haley wire,! his regrets to the "Y" as he ha I to leave for New York, and therefore was unable to appear at the 8th Annual same went for Lanny Ross and Jessila Dragonette. Just one of those things That rad'o program Sunday afternoon was the talk of the town, thanks to Maurice Grossman Notice* ably absent was our good friend. Alvin Grossman Lou Safan, manager of the "Y" Basketball team, says that if the team loses one game the season will be a failure. What optimism! By the way. the "Y" play its first game next Wednesdav 7:30 p. m. at the M'anr High School Gymn. Every1 Harry Smartthat good looking caretaker of the. "Y". \va present without Bi i nd i Fraz "... R rvations r • %  t 1 '" New Year's Eve party will only be accepted at the Y. M. H. A. so please act promptly Phone 3-4012. +• Kosher Killed Chickens and Turkeys. Compare our Poultry and Prices SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO. 317 N. W. Fifth Street Do You Own Your Home? There never wii a better time than now to build one The Liberal Financing Througn Federal Housing Administration Makes rt Possible Ulve me a call and I will madly Help you to fcet the best possible Information as to Its plan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Int. Agency tOio Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-3151



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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAH FRIDAY. DEC. 22. 103!) MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBIT RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Priday evening services, 5:30 p. m. Shabbes: 9 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. Maarfv: 20 minutes past sunset. SABBATH SERVICES During' the Sabbath morning services fRabbi Kcllner will talk in "Life •Eternal" and will discuss the last cycle in the life of Jacob our Patriarch. At 8:46 p. m. Rabbi Kellner will conduct a class in Ain Yaakov and at the Shalos Sudos the Rabbi will review the salient portions of the Book of Breshith which is completed at the Sabbath morning services. BOARD OF DIRECTORS A special mootingof the B anl of Directors will be held on Tuesday evening December 26th in the Synagogue. A most important report of tho Building committee will be hoard and discussed. HEBREW INSTRUCTOR NAMED At the last meeting of our Board of Directors Mr. Morris Hoffman was elected as Hebrew Instructor and Baal Koreh for the ensuing: season. Mr. Hoffman has studied at Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshivo and Talmudical Academy of New York and was formerly associated with the Beekman Ave. Talmud Torah in the Bronx. AUXILIARY NOTES The Ladies Auxiliary has undertaken several now projects amongthem a Packag-e Party on Sunday January 21st as well as the awardingof a new Chupah to be presented to the Shul. At the last meeting held December 10 the lade;present were guests of Mrs. Victor Mell who served refreshments in honor of her son's Bar Mitzvah. MAZEL TOV The Congregation and Ladies Auxiliary are most happy to extend cordial Mazel Tov greetings to two dear and loyal families of our Congregation, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum and Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pallot upon the forthcoming marriage of their children Alberta to William. May the I-ord bless their union with happiness and success. CONGRATULATIONS We are most happy to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Cohen upon the birth of their son. May they raise him in good health LTorah L'Chupah UI Maasim To vim. MANY HAPPY RETURNS We take this means of extending our best wishes to Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan on his birthday and we pray that the Lord grant him very many happy returns of this day. SOCIETY CHARITY DANCE TO BE GIVEN The National Children's Convalescent Charity Dance will be held Saturday evening December 23rd at the Deauville, Miami Beach. Mrs. Stanley Hodes, chairman, and Mr. Joseph Berman. co-chairman, are in charge of arrangements. Music will be furnished for dancing by an archestra. A floor show will be presented with Chester Alexander as master of ceremonies. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • • INSTALLATION TO BE HELD Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will hold their annual installation banquet and dance Tuesday evening January 9th at 8 p. m. at the Evans Hotel, 953 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Mr. Harold Turk, general chairman, is in charge of arrangements. All those desiring to attend are requested to make reservations with Mr. Turk at 3-8992. Admission charged will be two dollars per person. All members and friends are cordially invited to be present. Further details will be announced in next week's issue. UMBRELLA SERVICE STATION UMBRELLA GARAGE PHONE 5-1505 1600 Alton Road—Miami Meach PHONE 5.7707 1305 20th St. — Miami Beach SERVICE THAT SATISFIES The Season 's Treat LAND-O-SUN EGG NOG MIX Fancy Ice Cream Molds Cakes PHONE 5-5537 Junior Hadassah By Elsie Kr onenfel d Junior Hadassah is really an important organization, for people must go on and on ever doing more and more. We young people must grow into mature people, taking up natural work, leading in our elder's place the fight for existence and betterment. This is hard work, work that we young folks should be educated for. Junior Hadassah is a college in this scheme of learning From out its dirs pour mottos, standards and ideals to strengthen the bones of our backs. It is that magical thing that lightens each load. Our Junior Hadassah is also an organization that looks into the future and plans for it. This is why the decision was reached to join and work with the American Youth Congress. At the present the American Youth Congress is a young thing. It is reaching out feelers in all directions struggling to find its Rock of Gibralter. It will not always be thus. Someday its name will be as a prayer of thankfulness on the lips of people. Isn't it well | for Junior Hadassah to join now. to help in the climb, to give strength and to receive strength. And isn't it well, looking into the future t i realize that anti-Semitism must be fought in the young before their minds have had a chance to set and jell. We think so. We think a great step for the future has been taken, that a barrier has been partially lifted. Last Monday's meeting was another proof of how interesting our Junior Hadassah meetings are. Hilde Breskin, program chairman pro tern, presented a program celebrating Henrietta Szold's birthday. Hilde first gave an interesting talk on the works of Miss Szold, then the lights were dimmed and eight girls, grouped in a semicircle presented a resume of Miss Szold's life in the form of a radio skit. Those who participated were Janie Gershon. Eva and Betty Smith. Thelma Kronenfeld. Harriott Damenstein. Rose Marion Golden, Rhea Epstein and Josephine Raxin. Hana Mack has been appointed chairman of the January 24th bridge. Girls, this year the bridge is going to be a little different. It is to be held jointly at the homes of Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. I^eo A. Chaikin. There will only be twenty-five tables and we are each asked to (Continued on Page Five) PLANT: Alton Road at First Street—Miami Beach— RHTAIL STORES: 1751 Coral Way, Phone 4-93U 3416 N. W. 17th Ave., Ph. 2*9854—199 N. W. 62nd St., Ph. 7-9313 Will share nice 6-room Bungalow with accomodations for four— Kitchen privileges—Clos^ to business and shopping center—Furnished bedrooms available—Meals optional — Annlv at 717 S. W. 15th Ave. MIAMI Waterproofing 20c a day will pay for waterproofing the average home (F. H. A. Terms). We use the famous Murphy Paint Waterproofing System and give a written 8-year guarantee with each job. Modern Painting Co. FRED J. WALKER 2214 N. Miami Avene Phone 3 4648 TEMPLE ISRAEL (Contiiued from Page Seven) fort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed; Recently Departed Julius Kahn. father of Mr. Sidney L. Kahn. Charles Lemer. father of Mrs. B. W. Slote. Hyman Werblow. father of Dr. S. Charles Werblow. YAHRZEITS Lillian Cohen, sister of Mr. Sidney Meyer. Fanny Taradash. moth.nof Mr. William Taradash. Frederick Frank, father of Mrs.. Samuel Merson. Pauline Feldstein. sister of Mrs. Samuel Merson. CONDOLEM F.S The Rabbis, officers and the membership of Temple Israel extend their heartfelt sympathy to MR. ALBERT I.. KAHN upon his bereavement in the loss of his Father. SISTERHOOD Annual Temple Israel University Students Dance to mark be. ginning of the Temple Israel Young Peopes League. \ On Monday evening. December 2."ith. 193<). at '.i:00 1'cock. the annual Homecoming University Students Dance will take place, and in the tradition of its predecessors will be an outstanding event. This formal affair is open to all the young people wh >se parents are members of our congregation, and their friends. Music, refreshments, souvenirs are the gifts of the following sponsors: Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beckwitt. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bronston. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Cowen. Mrs. Rita Geist. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ke/idel. Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Iiebling. Mrs. Rose Raff. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Simon. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ungar. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wall. RABBI COI.MAN A. ZWITMAN Associate Rabbi of Tempi.I rael, is a graduate of the Jew ish Institute of Religion which is headed by Dr. Stephen S Wise guest speaker at Kaplan Hall of the Greater M Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds. It is the fond hope of the sors the committee and our 1 pie. that some of the young pie present may be interested the establishment of a m •< %  pi r manent Young Peoples League which shall have beautiful affairs more than ju-! once a year. Our Temple is \ ly interested in young people, would be willing to sponsor a Junior I-oague for social and cultural purposes. If you happen to be a young person above the age of 10, please consider this matter and lot us know whether you would be interested in such a group. At any rate, we invite you and your friends in our sincerest and most cordial manner, to be with us at the Annual University Homecoming Dance. No admission charge whatsoever. Society TO GIVE CONCERT The Educational Committee of the Workmen's Circle Branch 092 will present a concert and theatrical performance December 24th at 8:30 p. m. at the Y. M. H. A. Clubrooms. IB67 S. W ">th St. Admission is fifty cents per person. AH members and friends are cordially invited t > attend. The committee is planning their 1940 program and detafia will be announced at a lai date. FOR A GOOD KOSHER MEAL BENZONS 901 S. W. 13th Court — Miami Strictly Jewish Meals Served by Appointment Room and Board at Very Reasonable Weekly Rates A MERRY CHRISTMAS. A JOYFUL NEW YEAR. Is the sincere greeting from the Entire Personnel of the Miami Transit Company and Dunn Bus Service, Inc. Geo. B. Dunn President i £ I)


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VOL. 12XO. 51
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MIAMI. FI.OUIDA. FRIDAY. DEC. 22. l'l^T
Stephen Wise To Address
Federation Rally Wednesday
Capacity Audience Expected
To Hear National Orator
On Special Trip Here
PRICE 10 CENTS
Dr. Stephen S. Wise will spend
one day in Miami when he ar-
rives here next Wednesday De-
cember 27 for the express pur-
pose of addressing a Workers
meeting and Rally of the Greater
Miami Federation of Jewish Wel-
fare Funds at Temple Israel, 187
N. E. 10th Street Miami. The
nicotine: will star! at 8:80 p. m.
Dr. Wise, who is recuperating
from a recent severe illness, con
r-ented to come hero for one day
at the request of Stanley C.
Myers, president of the Federa-
tion, and put aside all other af-
fairs to assist in putting- the 1940
campaign over the top.
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, an hon-
orary chairman of the United
Jewif-h Appeal for Refugees and
Overseas Needs, is universally re-
garded as one of the major Jew-
ish personalities of the present
age. He is champion of the
rights of Jews in every sphere.
His activities on behalf of city.
state and nation, his espousal of
the causes of the weak, the op-
pressed and the persecuted have
made him an outstanding factor
i" the civic and political life of
America.
Dr. Wise was head of the Am-
erican delegation to the tripar-
tite conference which the British
government hold early this year
with the Jews and the Arabs re-
garding- the Palest'ne r.'tui
Chairman of the executive com-
mittee of the United Palestine
Appeal, a .-loi. tituent of the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal, ho ha-- long
been ;,ss iciated with the
ment for rebuilding cf Palestine
and settlement there of a maxi-
mum number of Jews from Ger-
many. Poland and other lands.
Dr. Wise received his doctor
ate in philosophy at Columbia
University in 1901, He began his
public career as rabbi of a New
York synagogue in 1893, and went
to Portland in 1900 where he re-
NAT. COUNCIL
PRESENTS FIFTH
FASHION SHOW
mained until 1906, returning to
New York City, lie founded the
Free Synagogue of New York, of
move- NVhich he has been the rabbi since
1907.
The public of Greater Miami is
invited to attend this meeting,
and a special section in the Tem-
ple has been reserved for workers
in the campaign.
There will be no solicitation
of funds.
Wednesday December 27th the
Miami Section National Council
of Jewish Women will present
their Fifth Annual Fashion and
Floor Show at the Hollywood
Beach Hotel. Hollywood, Florida
at 2 p. m. Madame De Sylva,
fashion stylist, will display her
creations for miss and matron
comprised of casual, afternoon
frocks, dinner and formal clothes,
beachwear and advanced styles in
furs, in the lounge of the Hotel.
Clothes will be modeled by pro-
fessional mannequins and child-
ren:- clothes will be presented
by Young Ages of Lincoln Road.
The Hotel will provide entertain-
ment between showings. Admis-
sion to the Fashion Show will
i one dollar per person, Mr .
Ralph Neufeld. general chair
man. is in charge of arrange-
ment--.
Preceding the Show a luncheon
will be served for one dollar and
a half per person. Those desir-
ing to attend are requested to
make reservations with Mis. Jack
C. Cohen. Beach Luncheon chair-
man at 5-37 Greenfield, town luncheon chair-
man at 4-2570. Transportation
will be furnished by communicat-
ing with Mrs. Elry Stone, Town
transportation chairman at 4-4470
or Mrs. Maurice Jacobs.
39 40 Meet
Opens Thurs.
The West Flagler Kennel Club
will inaugurate its 1939-40 rac-
ing season next Thursday night,
December 28. A number of new
features for the comfort and
pleasure of the fans this season.
Jacob Sher and Bill Huntley,
owners of the track, call special
attention to the new heating sys-
tem to warm the entire grand-
stand during cool winter nights.
Flagler now boasts of having
the only steam heated open
grandstand in the eastern part of
the United States. Heaters are
suspended from the roof of the
grandstand and electric fans blow
warm air in a downward direc-
tion, equally distributing the
warm air over the grandstand
and providing comfortable condi-
ti ns.
'1 he track also has installed a
new electric odds board, a panel
at the entrance to the grandstand
showing the opening odds on each
race arid a rabbit which soars
(Continued on Page Four)
transportation chairman, 5-4570.
Proceeds of this affair will be
used to support the Council proj-
ects. Service to Foreign Born,
Scholarship, legislation and
Peace- Low Cost Housing and
Hospitalization.
All members and friends are
Beach cordially invited to attend.
STANLEY C. MYERS
President Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds
The Campaign Committee of
the Greater Miami Federation of
Jewish Welfare Funds, in charge
of the 1940 Drive for $109,850-
supporting six local, one regional-
2S national and eight overseas
\ agencies, as well as approximat-
ely 40 European and Palestinian
, Yeshivos. has been busily en-
| gaged in organizing for the Cam-
paign, which will open January
7th, and will continue for 10 days
until January 17th.
Selected by Baron de Hindi
Meyer, general campaign chair-
man, the various associate-chair- |
men in charge of the Men's ami
Women's Divisions have announc-
ed the names of the Captains
who will head the Division Teams.
Maurice J. Kopelowitz, Associ-
ate-Chairman for Miami Men's
Division has appointed the follow-
ing Captains:
E. Albert Pallot and J. Aroii
Abbott, Co-Captains of Team
No. 1; Matthew S. Bandler.
Team No. 2: Dr. Max Pepper
and Dr. A. E. Rosenthal, Co-Cap-
tains of Team No. 3; I-eon Elkin
and Sam Silver, Co-Captains of
Team No. 4; Mendel Scheinberg.
Team No. 5; William Shayne
and Sidney Segall, Co-Captains of
Team No. 6; T^eo Ackerman,
Team No. 7; H. M. Drevich.
Team No. 8; Burnett Roth,
Team No.. 10.
Joseph M. Rose and Leo Eisen-
Federation Campaign Committee
Nears Completion
Division Heads Appoint Team Captains
In Preparation 1940 Drive
stein, Associate Chairman for
Miami Beach Men's Division have
appointed the following Captains:
Harry Zukernick. Team No. 1:
; Max Feit, Team No. 2; William
| I. Feuer, Team No. 3; M. B.
! Frank- Team No. 4: Sol S. Gold-
strom, Team No. 5: Charles
Tobin. Team No. 6: Simon
Cohen. Team No. 7: Dr. Frank
Coret. Team No. 8: Bernard
Spector, Team No. 9: Jesse
Wei s. Team No. 10.
Mis. Monte Selig. Associate
Chairman for Miami Women's
Division has appointed the fol-
lowing Captains: Mrs. Benjanvn
I eVine and Mrs. Isaac levin, Co-
Captains of Team No. 1; Mrs
Flry Stone and Mrs. Max Steuer.
Co-Captains of Team No. 2; Mrs.
Morris Plant. Team No. 3; Mrs.
Ida Optner, Team No. 4; Mrs.
Ix'onard Abess and Miss Alice
Apte, Co-Captains of Team No. 5;
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Mrs.
Harry Oliphant, Co-Captains of
Team No. 6; Mrs. Irvin Siegel.
Team No. 7; Mrs. Harry Rubin.
Team No. 8; Mrs. Gordon Davis,
and Mrs. Herman I. Homa. Co-
Captains of Team No. 9; Mrs.
Henry Seitlin, Team No. 10; Mrs,
S. Jacobs, Team No. 11.
Mrs. Max Dobrin. Associate
Chairman for Miami Beach Wo-
men's Division has appointed the
following Captains:
Mrs. Maurice Jacobs, Team
No. 1; Mrs. Sidney Weintraub,
Team No. 2; Mrs. Marvin Bron-
ner and Mrs. Samuel Haber. Co-
Captains of Team No. 3; Mrs.
B. E. Bronston and Mrs. Leo
Kisenstein, Co-Captains of Team
No. 4; Mrs. Tobias Simon, Team
No. 5; Mrs. Moses Krieger, Team
No. 6; Mrs. Harry Zukernick,
Team No. 7.
Stanton Halpert, Associate
Chairman for Miami Junior Di-
vision has appointed the follow-
ing Captains: Arline Kalish,
Team No. 1: Irving Ginsberg.
Team No. 2; Elsie Rawlson,
Team No. 3; Jeanette Kronen-
feld, Team No. 4; Josephine
Raxin. Team No. 5; Jerome
Weinkle. Team No. 6; Ben Ko-
vensky, Team No. 7; Charlene
Ruskin. Team No. 8; Elmer
Spector. Team No. 9; Billy
Homa, Team No. 10.
(TiarlotU' Si'ngfr, Associate
Chairman for Miami Beach Jun-
ior Division has appointed the
following Captains:
Phyliss Marrettick, Team No. 1;
Irwin Blumberg, Team No. 2;
Boots Wolf, Team No. 3; Tema
Jamison. Team No. 4; Marian
Zukerman. Team No. 5; Phil
Kuperberg, Team No. 6; Clarice
Lobel, Team No. 7.
The present outlook on the
coming Federation Campaign in-
dicates that the goal set, although
tremendously increased because
of greater needs this year than
ever before. wiJl be reached as
demonstrated by the enthusiasm
shown by the division chairmen,
captains and their teams.


PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORID! AN
FRIDAY, DEC. 22, 1939
ft
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES *
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
EMUNAH CHAPTER
ELECTS OFFICERS
The Emunah Chapter OES held
the election of officers for the
year 1940. Those elected were
Mrs. Philip Somber*. worthy
matron; Mr. Jack Schwartz.
worthy patron; Mrs. Henry
Rubin, associate matron; E. Al-
bert Pallot, associate patron;
Mrs. Bernard Simon, secretary;
Mrs. Mitchell Kuperber*. treas-
urer; Mrs. Jack Wucher. con-
ductress; Mrs. Leo Meyer, as-
sociate conductress; Mrs. Hyman
Gottesman. chaplain; and Miss
Bertha Mendelson, marshall. Five
point stars are Diane Cooper
smith. Florence Kromash. De-
borah Gulkis. Hnrma Cooper-
smith and Jean Martin.
A public installation will take
place Tuesday evening January
2nd at the Scottish Rite Temple
at 8 p. m. The last meeting: of
the current year will be held
Thursday evening; December 28th
at the Temple.

BENEFIT
DANCE HELD
The benefit dance and floor
show snonsored by the Beth Ja-j
cob Sisterhood was held Weir -
,!,, venine December :20th at the
Victor Hotel. Mam' Beach, with
Mrs. B. H. London, president of
the S^terhood. in charjre of ar-
rangements. Featured on the
program was Miss Thea Silton.
contralto and noted European
Opera Sinftor. The program was
under the direction of Mr. Sol S.
Goldstrom. Proceeds of the af-
fair were jriven towards the sup-
port of a Charity Ward at the St.
Francis Hospital.

VISIT HERE
Mrs. Leona Luber accompanied
by her children Delores and
M-'chae!, and her sister Mrs. Pearl
Mitz ren Marilvn and Edward, all of
Chicapo. Illinois, are visiting; in
Mianv with their parents Mr. and
Mrs. "ax Schwartz of 1779 S. W.
lfith Terrace. Miami

TO BE
BAR MITZVAH
Norman Stanley Sacks, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Sacks will be
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning:
December 23rd at the Beth Jacob
Svr.afroe-ue, Miami Beach. The
portion of the week will be re-
cited by Norman and he will be
addressed by Rabbi Moses Mes-
chelo'f. Following; the services
a recpti<'n will take place. All
fr:end are invited to attend.
Nonnan will be honored by his
parents at a dinner Sunday even-
ing: at the Evans Hotel.

BABY IS
BORN
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Cohn of
1309 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach
announce the birth of a son Tues-
day at the St. Francis Hospital.
The bris will take place Tuesday
December 2th at the hospital.
Both mother and baby are doing
fine.

VISITING IN
MIAMI BEACH
Mr. htH Mrs. G-lbert Weiss of
Npw York' are visiting: in M:ami
Beoeh for a ten dav stay with Mr.
W:"' Parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Samite' Weiss, 1018 Jefferson
Ave.. Miami Beach.
MARRIAGE NUPTIALS
TO BE PERFORMED
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tannen-
baum announce the marriage of
their daughter, Alberta Marie to
William I* Pallot, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Moses Pallot, Monday even-
ing; December 25th. Rabbi Abra-
ham A. Kellner will officiate. Miss
Tannenbaum will be attended by
Miss Norma Lee Simpson as
maid of honor. Sidney Rosen-
stock, brother of the bride, vrill
be best man.
Invitations have been issued.
Many out-of-town guests will be
present.
Miss Tannenbaum was gradu-
ated from Miami Senior High
School and attended Parsons
School of Fine and Applied Arts
in New York and the University
of Miami. Mr. Pallot was grad-
uated from M-'ami Senior High
and the Law School of Cumber-
land University.
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SPINOZA LECTURES
HEARD
Spinoza's Religion was the
topic of Dr. Abraham Wolf son'*
address before the Spinoza Gr up
last Saturday afternoon. This
marked the fith lecture in the
course of 18 lectures on the Phil-
osophy of Spinoza, which Dr.
\Y ilfson is giving before the
Group this winter. Next Satur-
day afternoon the Group will
meet as usual on the lawn of
1059 Collins Ave., Miami Bench.
After hearing the first two
acts of the opera, from the Met-
ropolitan Opera House in New
York. Dr. Wolfson will answer
questions. Mr. A. S. Rosen-
bloom, of New York, who has
made, a life long study of Diet
and Health, will speak on the
Influence of Diet on Health. All
are welcome. There is no charge.
? *
TO ATTEND
CONVENTION
Mr. Milton A. Friedman, na-
tional A. Z. A. deputy State
B'nai B'rith A. Z. A. chairman
and district commitDeman, will
leave the city Saturday by train
for Augusta, Georgia, to attend
the Southern Regional Conven-
tion of A. Z. A. to be held Decem-
ber 26. 27 and 28th. Mr. Fried-
man will be in charge of the ora-
torical contest and aid in the
supervision of the entire conven-
tion.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
who will be tendered a birth-
day dinner by Temple Israel
Tuesday December 26th at
6:30 P. M. in Kaplan Hall.
ANNUAL STUDENT
DANCE TO BE HELD
V NEW YEARS AFFAIR'
TO BE GIVEN
The annual New Years Eve
affair sponsored by the Young
Men's Hebrew Association will
be hold at the Evans Hotel,
Miami Beach, Sunday evening
December 31st. Pinner, dancing
and entertalament will be enjoyed
Featured during the evening Will
be moving pictures in technicolor
ot the Eighth Annual Dance held
December 17th showed by Her
man Waitsman. Reservations
are limited and all those desiring
to attend are requested to make
reservations at 3-4012 with Mr.
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector, or Harry Schwartz. All
members and friends are cord-
ially invited to attend. Admis-
sion charged "Y" members will
be three dollars per person.

RETURNS
TO CITY
Mrs. Henry Gabbe returned to
the city Monday from Lancaster,
Pennsylvania where she remain-
ed for a work vi^i'inir with her
father who was taken seriously
The annual student reception
and dance sponsored for the re-
turning college students by the
Temple Israel Sisterhood will be
held Monday evening December: ill and is now convalescing.
.:.th at '.' p. m. in Kaplan Hall of |
the Temple. Invitations include SORORITY TO HOLD
the students remaining at the DINNER DANCE
University of Miami and those j The Tri Beta Sorority will hold
returning from other colleges for i a Dinner Dance at the Evans
the holidays. Special invitations I Hotel Sunday evening December
have boon issued to Dr. and Mrs. ; 24th with Joyce Oren and Char-
Bowman F. Ashe. Miss Mary lyne Ruskin in charge of arrange-
VACATIONS
HERE
Miss Hilda Brown of New York
will arrive for a week's vacation
in Miami Beach visiting with her
fiance Mr. Norman Weiss. While
here she will be the house truest
of Mr. Weiss' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Weiss of 1018 Jef-
ferson ave., Miami Beach.
Merritt and Dr. and Mrs. Jay F.
W. Pearson.
In charge of arrangements are
Mesdames Isaac Levin, Frank
Coret, Jacob H. Kaplan, Harold
Spaet. L. Zeientz, M. Plant, H.
Lee Rubin and Gordon Davis.
Students assisting will be Miss
Selma Bronston. Miss Lucille Lef-
cowitz. Alpha Epsilon Phi soror-
ity; Miss Gertrude Brown, Miss
Bertha Neham and Miss Nana
Kuperberg, Delta Phi Epsilon;
Sidney Kline, Ernest Stern and
Harold Meyer, Phi Epsilon Pi
fraternity; Harold Leviton. Sey-
mour Simon and Jerome Weinkle.
Tau Epsilon Phi; and the inde-
pendents. Miss Dorothy Levin,
Miss Florenec Erlich. George
Brown and Jerry Bass. Mrs.
Morris Rubin will be in charge of
the guest book and Jerome Bass
will be in charge of the orchestra.
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FRI DAT, DEC. 22, 1939.
THE JEWISH FLOMDIAN
PAGE THREE
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Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
LISTEN HERE .. n
Has anybody ever told Herr Hitler that the wife of his
favorite ghost-thinker, Dr. Karl Haushofer (the man who has
THE Y. M. H. A.
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
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With the "Y" 8th Annual out
of the way, we now have our an-
nual New Year's Eve celebration
ber 31, 1939.
The brothers, Irving and Ar-
thur Evans are sparing no ex-
pense to assure every member
of the "Y" and their friends at-
tending a splendid evening and
worked out the plans for the world empire of the Germans to Ito look forwar A.j.-, j it ii. u 1.1 f ul Evans Hotel. Sunday, Decem-
the minutest detail, is a non-Aryan. and that the Reich s
Number Two air man, who ranks next to Air Minister Goering,
is of 100 per cent Jewish blood, bearing the strictly kosher
name of Milch? ... It's beginning to look as if Adolf hasn't
repudiated the Jewish God as thoroughly as we thought he
had Only recently Nazi charge d'affaires Thomsen at Wash
ington denounced reports that Hitler has gone back to the old [ luncheon at the Evans.1 can as
Norse pantheon and explained that the Fuehrer believes in' sure one and all that the food
the same God as Goethe Our feminine readers will appreci-
ate the plight of their German sisters, who are prohibited by
law from buying more than six pair of hose a year But
Hitler, wishing to avoid alienating the ladieswho have been
his most ardent admirersis allowing people to buy a pair of
stockings for each of the women on their Christmas lists with-
out deducting the purchase from their clothing ration cards .
eners this was by far one of the
outstanding programs the "Y"
has undertaken. Mr. Leo Rob-
inson, of our Board of Governor's
and member of our Board of Di-
rectors, the Hon. Baron de HirSCh
Meyer, chairman of the campaign
committee of the Greater Miami
Federation of Jewish Welfare
Funds, and the Reverend "Dick"
Evans. Executive Vice-President
will satisfy the appetite of the
most critical food connoisseur.
Dancing will follow in the Span-
ish Room and also in the Patio-
morning. After enjoying a hearty of the Florida Congress on De-
mocracy, and Rabbi Moses Mcs-
cheloff were the speakers. Miss
Ann Parker, accompanied by Mrs.
Pearl Reisman- rendered vocal
selections.
We are grateful to the Rabbin-
weather permitting. Although \ ical Assn. of Greater Miami.
.. o ko i .- i i d wi.; m,>=u the B nai B nth and the Young
the Evans regular price is $3.o0 and particularly to Rabbi Moses
I p ... v Mon c Hohrftur AuufwmtlOTV
per person prevails, all members i Mescheloff for relinquishing
of the Y. M. H. A. and their: their time on the air so that the
friends will be taxed but $3.00 per | "Y" might deliver its message.
JOSEPH A. HERMAN
Vocational guidance director of
Men's Hebrew Association.
WE PASS IT ON
London's Soncino Press expects to have the final eight
volumes of its complete English translation of the Babylonian
Talmud ready for distribution by nest April The $200
price <>f the complete 32-volume work has not been raised since
the outbreak of war. but if any of you are interested in pur-
chasing .this first unabridged English translation of the Talmud
we may tell you that the price may be raised after January
1st For $480, incidentally, you can at this time become
one of the chosen few to buy a de luxe edition of the Talmud.
of which thirty-five numbered sets arc being made Now
that he is an American citizen, Aryan Nobel Prize winner
Thomas Mann no longer aids the underground anti-Hitler
movement in Germany He wants to adhere strictly to the
rules of American neutrality Ferenc ("hiliom") Molnar,
the Hungarian Jewish playwright, is spending the war m
Geneva, IWC hear He would like to come to our shores, and
Uncle Sam would be glad to have him, but lie can't figure out
a safe way of crossing the ocean, having little faith in clippers
and a wholesome respect for explosive mines Life is just
one rewrite after the other for the Labor Stage's "Pins and
Needles" Their new show, only a couple of weeks old, lias
Already had to be changed to take into account Frit/ Kului's
conviction The Daily Express will be the name of the
Brooklyn paper which Anister Spiro is preparing It'll be a
tabloid" Biggest hit of the American Hebrew's dinner in
honor of Myron 0. Taylor, this year's winner of the magazine's
annual medal for promotion of better understanding between
Christians and Jews, was scored by the Vinaver Chorus, the
refugee musicians' group of which we told you a couple of
columns ago .
FOREIGN ECHOES
Can any one tell us why foreign correspondents don't tell
thier American newspapers the whole truth about the unpre-
cedentedly and criminally barbaric treatment of Polish Jews
by the Nazis? ... In Washington they say that Lawrence A.
Steinhardt, our Ambassador to the Soviet Union, would have
been recalled by President Roosevelt if the suggestion that
such a step be taken hadn't come from ex-President Hoover .
Most of the midgets Morris Gest imported from Europe for
the New York World's Fair are still in this counry, marooned
by war, as guests of Gest's ... Of the score or so who tried to
return to their native Germany, about halfall the men-
were taken off the Italian liner on which they were sailing, by
a French battleship, and are now interned in French territory
... The Shetland Island, which occasionally got a visit from
Nazi bombers, has a Jewish population totaling three persons--
a couple with one child.
THIS AND THAT
Thousands of German Jewish refugees who had been hap-
py in the possession of immigration visas for Chile are heart-
broken now that the government of th'at South American re-
public has canceled all visas, on the grounds that there was
a lot of fraud and racketeering in the granting of these per-
mits ... One of the finest philanthropies to have sprung up in
recent years is the McCosker-IIcrshfield Cardiac Foundation,
which raises funds for the care of adults suffering from heart
disease
person. So please hurry and get
your reservations in early by call-
ing Mr. Maurice Grossman, or
your correspondent at the .
3-4012
We have been limited to 100
couples and to date have received
reservations for more than hall
of our quota. A feature of the
New Year's Eve Party will be
moving pictures in Technicolor
taken at our 8th Annual Dance,
and will be shown that night by
Herman Waitsman. our camera-
man.
Mr. and Mrs. William Fried-
man will be celebrating their 28th |
anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Berkowitz. their 28th annivers-
ary, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Serkin,
their 28th anniversary, and Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. their
second anniversary.
Radio broadcasts have become
a regular feature of the Y.M.H.A.
and at various intervals through-
out the year we hope to sponsor
these programs.
EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
It may interest you to know
that our Vocational Guidance
Dept., under the direction of Mr.
Joseph A. Berman, has become
such a popular feature through-
out the city that it is the subject
of conversation every where.
What I am about to say may be
something for Mr. Ripley to note,
nevertheless, we have received
calls, and are receiving calls daily
for jobs that we cannot fill be-
cause of lack of persons qualified
for these positions.
Every person desiring employ-
ment should register at the "Y"
as no one will be sent out on jobs
who is not registered. We have,
four jobs that we cannot fill be-
cause there are no persons regist-
ered with us for those particular
lines of work. So. come to the
"Y" next Monday, sec Mr. Ber-
man and register with us. Who
knows but that a job may be in
store for you.
(Continued on Page Seven)
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JUDGE AARON J. LEVY
of the Supreme Court of the
State of New York, will be the
guest speaker at the Friday
evening services at 7:15 P. M.
at the Beth David Synagogue.
Rosenthal Opens
Funeral Parlor
AN OBLIGA TION
In January of 1938 the Jewish Floridian editorially called
to the attention of Jews of Greater Miami the advisability
the advantagesthe necessity of a Federation. A suggestion
at that time is today a successful, proven reality. True it has ;
not cured all existant evils in its short span of a years' existance
but the progress made has shown such vast improvements over
past practices of having solicitorsmeshulochimprograms !
appeals, etc., that Federation here has been accepted most
wholaheartedly.
You read the papers, but we wonder if you can imagine
how tragic is the situation that confronts millions of our
fellow Jews in war-ridden Europe.
Many Jewish communities have been uprooted in the wake
of the present upheaval in Europe. Hundreds of thousands of
men, women, and children have been driven from their homes
and made to wander in despair over the highways of the world.
As Hitler's troops swept through Poland a shocked world
crouched by radio sets and scanned headlines straining to hear
and read the latest details of the Nazi onslaught. Today, we !
find in Warsaw, alone, emergency soup kitchens established
by Jewish agencies serving 50,000 meals daily ... the only
source of food available to the Jewish population there. In J
the Nazi occupied area of Poland, over 1,500,000 Jews are '
threatened by extinction through starvation and oppression.
More than 200,000 homeless refugees, who fled from towns
near the western frontier, or whose home cities were completely
obliterated by bombardment, are now congregated in Warsaw
and other large cities of Poland, unable to proceed further
and taxing the already overcrowded facilities of these cities.
The Nazis, it seems, have not as yet exhausted their full stock
of brutalities in the conquest of Poland. To the gory record
of sadism which includes such refinements of cruelty as keep
ing milk from the mouths of babesthey have added rape.
Not content with preventing the merciful Quakers and
Red Cross from bringing milk and cod liver oil to starving
tots, and having had their fill of shooting down Jews in cold
blood, the Nazi conquering heroes now turn their bestial gaze
upon Jewish womanhood.
We could go on endlessly to tell you of the many horrors
confronting the Jews in Poland, but that is not the only
problem facing Federation. Devastating as the situation is
in Europe, we Jews in America have also the problems of
helping our people here, and elsewhere in this country.
Having seen millions of its helpless co-religionists crushad
in the wake of the tide of aggression which has engulfed the
peoples of Austria, Czechoslovakia and Poland we cannot but
share in the universal feeling of outrage. The tragedy of the
Jewish people today is a tragedy which reflects a challenge
to the fundamental structure of modern civilization. For the
Jews in America it represents a grave responsibilitya
responsibility which we must meet with imagination and
sacrificesit represents a solemn warning in this subversion
of law and right that in one generation has paralyzed hundreds
of millions of people. If this cancer is ever allowed to lodge
itself and grow in American life, then as has happened abroad
in a generation we may have to say farewell to our cherished
rights, our sacred liberties and our beloveff democracy.
Dating three generations back-
the Rosenthal Family, in the un-
dertaking business for more than
fifty years, in New York, operat-
ing as the Riverside Memorial
Chapel at 76th street and Am-
sterdam Avenue, with a branch
at Far Rockaway. have announc-
ed the opening of a permanent
ycar-around Jewish Funeral
Home in Miami Beach under the
same name. Riverside Memorial
Chapel, to be located at 1286
Washington Ave., .Miami Beach,
serving the residents of Greater
Miami.
In New York the Riverside
Chapel is sexton to more than
forty synagogues and temples, ex-
clusively serving the communities
of Ix>ng Island and WesU-hester.
Among the congregations they
serve are: Spanish a'Ul Portu-
guese Synagogue with Dr. De
Sola Pool, Rabbi; Jewish Center
with Rabbi Leo Jung; Society
for Advancement of Judaism.
with Rabbi Mordecai Kaplan;
B'nai Jeshurun. with Rabbi Is-
rael Goldstein; Free Synagogue
with Dr. Stephen S. Wise. Re-
cently they were in charge of the
funeral of the late Supreme
Court Justice. Benjamin N. Car-
doza.
Charles Rosenthal, founder of
the firm and his sons. Edward and
Morton, who are associated with
him. have established a year
around residence here, and one
of the Rosenthals will always be
in attendance to minister to the
needs of the bereaved.
Mr. Rosenthal. in announcing
the opening of his establishment
stated: "More than JiO years
service to the Synagogues in the
past has given us knowledge as
to how to conduct Orthodox fun-
erals, complying with the strict-
est of requirements, and yet give
a quiet, efficient, sympathetic
and dignified service. Our con-
tacts with organizations through-
out the country enables us to pro-
vide funeral services for those
who die in Miami, to be sent to
their home towns for burial at a
minimum of cost and without
waste or duplication."
VISITING
HERE
Miss Rosalie Liebowitz of
Woodmere Long Island, senior at
Lawrence High School is visiting
in Miami as the house guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Steuer and
their daughter H>a, of 1821 S. W.
23rd Ave.. for the holidays. A
series of parties have been ar-
ranged for Miss Liebowitz.
SUCCUMBS TO
ILLNESS
Mrs. Matthew S. Bandler, 37.
of 2517 Amir s ave.. Coral Gables,
died suddenly this week from a
heart ailment. Mrs. Bandler is
survived by her husband, who for
years has been identified prom-
inently with the business and
political life of Miami and South
Florida, and by two children.
Zelma. nine, and Matthew, three
and a half years old.
Mrs. Bandler was widely krtowr.
having enjoyed an active social
and community life before her ill-
ness.
H. M. DREVICH
Re-elected unanimously for the
third time as president of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation.
39-40 Meet Opens
B'NAI B'RITH
mm
NOTES
Sidney L. Segall
Sholom Ixidge will hold its an
nual installation of newly elected
officers in the form of a formal
banquet and dance at the Evans
Hotel January 9th at 8 p. m. The
tax is $2.00 per person. The pol-
icy is reservations in advance, or
in other words, first come, first
served. Your writer would sug-
gest that the brothers who plan
to attend this annual event, make
reservations immediately, or else!
That cannot be overemphasized.
Invitations have been mailed to
all the brothers in good standing
and there should bo no excuse
for your failure to attend, pro-
vided, your reservation is made
OB time.
We trust that the New Year
will bring peace and happiness to
all the persecuted peoples in all
lands. B'nai B'rith should take
on added vigor in its efforts to
alleviate the sufferings, and the
problems of our less fortunate
brothers. We sincerely hope that
the New Year will find B'nai
B'rith standing as a bulwar'
fighting for the dissemination of
the principles of tolerance, good-
will and brotherly love through-
out freedom loving America.
Applications for committee
work have been mailed to the
brothers of the Ixidge. and this
column strongly urges the neces-
sity for volunteer work on the
various committees of our lodge.
Each brother should select a com-
mittee on which he desires to
work, so that the incoming admin-
istration may find a place for
every willing brother to expend
his energies and efforts on the va-
rious projects sponsored by
Bina' B'rith.
(Continued from Page One)
over the top of the hurdles rath-
er than going through them, giv-
ing the greyhounds a greater
cltnrition to jump the hurdles
rather than run through them.
JACOB SHER
The All-Glass starting box,
only one of its kind in Ann i
the palm-bowered patio gard<
a cocktail bar, an elaborate
ies lounge and the Flagler photo
Jewish unity at this time of our greatest tragedy in the
history of our people is urgently needed. Order in fund-
raising activities has always been desirable. The situation
makes such order imperative.
The answerFEDERATIONIt has undertaken and
with our help will succeed in raising our fair and minimum
share of this unprecedented task of relief and rehabilitation.
Its our burdenfor our own safekeeping. Get behind
FEDERATION-work with and for it-help it succeed-
support ityour Federationour FEDERATION.
BILL HUNTLEY
finish camera, with no obstacles
obstructing the view of the cam-
era and giving perfect vision are
some of the other features at the
track.
Rural Rube, the fastest grey-
hound in the world, will be among
the canines at the track.
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FRTDAY, DEC. 22. 1939.
THE JEWISH FLOWDIAN
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
82.1 Michigan Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
.10 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 6-2013
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
Shachriss: daily at 7 and 8
a. m.; Saturday at 7 and 9 a. m.
Mincha: daily at 5:10 p. m.;
Friday and Saturday at 5 p. m.
Maariv: daily at 5:45 p. m.:
Saturday at 6 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at
5:30 p. m.; Rabbi Mescheloff
will speak on "The Portion of the
Week."
FRIDAY NIGHT FORUMS
"The New Life" will be the
subject of the Rabbi's lecture at
this week's Forum. The forum
starts at 8:15. The Cantor leads
in the singing.
Seats are reserved for all per-
manent and tourist members.
Seats for all. Everybody is cor-
dially invited.
BAR MITZVAH
CELEBRATIONS
Three boys will celebrate their
Bar Mitzvah this Saturday morn-
ing at our synagogue. They are
Morris Schechter. Norman Stan-
ley Sacks, and Marshall Giller.
Each will read the Biblical and
prophetic portions and will de-
liver addresses. The Rabbi will
speak to the trio. Our cantor will
chant the services. Refreshments
will be served at the close of the
services.
UFRUFEN
Mr. Theodore Wruble and Mr.
Raymond Kinhorn will be called
up to the Torah in honor of the
weddings which are to take place
Sunday afternoon and evening.
Mr. Wruble will take to wife
Miss Ruth Ann Orlin. Mr. Ein-
horn will be wed to Miss Pearl
Hope Bermann.
We wish them long lives of
wedded happiness.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a stone in
memory of the late Sarah Hol-
man will take place this Sunday
afternoon at 2:00 p. m. at the
Woodlawn Cemetery. Rabbi Mes-
cheloff and Cantor Mamches will
conduct the service. Friends of
the departed are invited. May
God console the widower and
children. May they ever hold
her sainted memory fresh.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
During the winter vacation
classes are being held in the
morning hours. Registration of
new children is held from 9 to 12
each weekday morning.
Mrs. B. Yenkin, teacher of
class II has left for Columbus,
Ohio, for a three week's vacation.
In her absence Miss L. Smith will
serve as substitute.
MINNIONAIRES
The Minnionaires will meet
Sunday at 9:00 a. m. to conduct
their own service. After the
service they will take part in a
communal breakfast. The group
is under the guidance of Mr. L.
Klein. Boys between the ages of
13 and 18 are invited.
HABANOTH
The Miami Beach Habanoth
will meet Monday evening at 7:00
p. m. Miss B. Sugarman will
work with the Habanoth choir.
At the last regular meeting our
branch pledged to pay for a
Scholarship for the Hebrew
Teachers Training School for
G'rls. Ours is the first Haba-
noth in the country to help give
Jewish girls higher Orthodox ed-
ucation which will ultimately be
beneficial to many through this
medium.
PAGE FIVE
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YOUNG JUDAEA
MEETS
The Benj. N. Cardoza Young
Judaea held their regular meet-
ing Wednesday evening. Plans
for a membership party were dis-
cussed. Miss Jeanette Kronen-
feld, president of Junior Hadas-
sah, was the guest speaker. Miss
Gladys was elected secretary to
fill the vacancy created by Miss
Sophia Tendrich. Adele Soot in
and Irving Weinstein were elect-
ed representatives to the. Young
Judaea Council of Greater Miami.
A special meeting has been called
for Sunday morning at Both Da-
vid auditorium. All members are
urged to be present.

VISITOR IN
MIAMI
Miss Marian Hantover of Chi-
cago, 111., arrived in Miami to
join her sister Ruth as a house
guest of Mrs. Ida Optner, of
Miami,

OFFFICERS
ELECTED
Officers of the Ladies Auxil-
iary of B'nai B'rith who will be
installed at the joint installation
of the Lodge Tuesday evening
January 9th are Mrs. Isaac Levin,
president; Mrs. Jennie Rotfort.
first vice president; Mrs. Irvin
Siegel. second vice president;
Miss Beulah B. Godwin, recording
secretary; Mrs. Joseph A. Ber-
nia" financial secretary; Sadie
Wcinberg. corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Chas. Beckwitt, treas-
urer; Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. audit-
or: Mosdames Meyer Schwartz.
Frank Coret. Sol Weinkle, Sam
Blank. Sam Weissel. Maurice
Grossman, George Goldberg, Har-
ry Orlin. Monte Selig. Milton Sas-
law. Ida Optner. Harry Marko-
witz, J. Engler. Max Steuer, and
Benjamin Le Vine.
VISITS IN
MIAMI
Frederick A. Restiick. who
studied art in New Haven, Conn,
for two years and at the National
Academy of Fine Arts in New
York for three years, is visiting
in Miami with his uncle and aunt
Mr. and Mrs. N. Pritzker of 321
S. W. 9th Avenue.
Council hews
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Chairman of the Junior Division
of the Federation.
JUNIOR HADASSAH
(Continued from Page Eight)
pledge one table. The refresh-
ments to be served will be "the
talk of the town." Be sure and
reserve this date. Think what
fun it will be to run next door
between dummies to see what
your best friend is slamming.
Again Junior Hadassah is hon-
ored. Rabbi Max Shapiro has
asked us to take over Friday
night services January 12th. The
Rabbi says we are to have charge
of everything from the opening
prayer to the closing benediction.
Thank you Rabbi. We will indeed
do our best.
How did you like the program
Sunday December 10 over
WIOD? We have received many
flattering remarks about it.
Pauline Querido, and all the
other girls who took part deserve
^mention too. Here they are:
Hilda Breskin. Betty Lasky.
Roselyn Klein, Gertie Shaff, Syl-
APPOINTED TO
POSITION
Dr. Max Pepper, well known
lecal physician and active in
Miami social and communal cir-
cles, this week received appoint-
ment to tha Jackson Memorial
Hospital as Chief of one of the
Medical services.
Dr. Pepper is heading a team
in the forthcoming Federation
drive and is on the Medical Board
of the Jewish Welfare Bureau.
Regular Board Meeting will be
held on Tuesday morning. Decem-
ber 26th, at 10 o'clock at the
Evans Hotel. Make your reserva-
tions for lunch with Mrs. Harry
Barnhard, 5-3967. Following
luncheon the Fashion Show
Chairmen and their committees
under the general chairmanship
of Mrs. Ralph Neufeld will hold
a meeting, at the hotel.
o
Friday afternoon at the Evans
Hotel, 953 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach, at 2 p. m. the Forum spon-
sored by the Miami Section Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
will be held. Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein, will discuss Clifford Odetts
"Anatomist of Frustration" and
Mrs. Mildred Mayer Schrayer
will interpret "Golden Boy." Mrs.
Schrayer was graduated from the
School of Speech at Northwest-
ern University and began her
professional career in an appear-
ance in "Scandal" with Francine
I>arrimore. The musical pro-
gram will be presented by Harry
Goldstein, violinist, accompanied
by Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson, pian-
ist. A social hour will follow
with Mesdames Ralph Neufeld,
Duke Friedkin. Wm. Capland,
Jack C. Cohen. Eleanor Bearman,
Edward L. Cowen. Norman Iieb-
ling. and Abraham Sobel as host-
esses.
via Lyons, Mary Goldstein. Rose
Bushkoff, and Thelma Kronen-
feld. We salute you Rabbi Kell-
ner. we thank you for the chance.
Rita Pearlman. secretary of our
organization, with all sincerity
we extend congratulatons on your
coming marriage.
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THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAW
FRIDAY, DEC. 22, I9ai
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
Office Phone 2-1473
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Kabbi 497 Southwest 18th Road
Home Phone 2-2176
SCENES AT 25th ANNUAL MEETING
of JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE
PERMANENT CALENDAR
a. m-
and
Daily services at
Friday evening S:13.
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. I
tfar-Mitzvah Group, Sunday,
9:00 a. in.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
I.ATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
During the services this com-
ing Friday at 7:15 the Honorable
Judge Aaron J. Ixjvy of the Su-
preme Court of the State of New
Yoak will be our guest speaker.
Judge Levy who is Past Master
of the Independent Order of
B'nai Abraham, and Past Presi-
dent of a number of National Or-
phanages, is known as a most
forceful speaker. He will discuss
the subject. "LET US UNDER-
STAND BACH OTHER."
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the services, and Cantor
Louis Hayman, assisted by the
Beth David Choir will chant the
Liturgic Melodies.
Bar-Mitzvah Group
The "Bar-Mitzvah" group will
meet Sunday morning from 9 to
10 under the direction of Louis
Gadon; boys of 1- and over arc
eligible to attend. The boys are
taught the melodies for the dif-
ferent "Portions of Law."
Talmud Torah
An innovation has been made
in the curriculum of our daily
Hebrew School that of "Nigeria"
i liturgic music as a special course
; once a week under the direction
of Cantor I. Kaminsky The Tal-
mud Torah curriculum includes
the study of elementary and ad-
vanced Hebrew. "Chumosh," with
"Rashi. Niveim." religion and
its laws, Yiddish and other sub-
juts pertaining to our Hebraic
culture.
RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL
INSTITUTION
Junior Congregation
The services of the Senior and
Juniors conducted by the Junior
Congregation takes place every
Saturday morning at 10:30. Har-
old Shapiro. Albert Eskanazi and
Herbert Glazeroff are in charge
of the services. "The "Portion
of Ijaw" is expounded by the
Rabbi. We arc happy to note
that the attendance is increasing
|rpidly from Sabbath to Sabbath.
ft "Kiddush" is given in the au-
d'torium immediately after the
Benediction, under the Chairman-
ship of Mrs. L. J. Hartz.
IN ORLANDO ITS THE
EL CHICO CAFE
(On the Avenue)
Special Menu for Late Parties
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Chiro-Chich Served at the
CURB ONLY
496 N. Orange Ave.
(At Amelia)
ORLANDO
Sunday School
It is with dee)> satisfaction
that Beth David Sunday School
has reached what is considered
t^ be an Institution most observ-
ant of decorum and scholastic at-
tainment. The classes are under
the capable guidance of register-
ed and licensed teachers. We
urge parents to become more vi-
tally interested in the welfare of
their children and attend the as-
sembly from 11:30 to 12.
BAR MITZVAH
Earl, son of Leo A. Solomon
will be Bai-Mitzvahed this Satur-
day at 9 a. m. He will recite
"Maftir" and extend greetings tn
the worshippers.
RADIO PROGRAM
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the Radio Hour over WIOD
this Sunday afternoon from 3 to
Top left fame* C. McDonald at the climax of hit address. Top right Mrt. Lehman delivering thn
addrett of the Governor of New York with Paul Baenrald, chairman of the J. D. C. littening intently.
Latter left /. Edtcin Goldicauer, J. D. C. treasurer; Joteph C. IIyman, who teat named executive vice-
chairman of the J. 1). C. and William Shroder of Cincinnati who tat alto elected a vice-chairman. Lover
rirht Kabbi Jonah B. Wise and Edward M. M. Warburg, newly elected co-chairman of the J. D. C.
SOCIETY
ENTERTAINS
AT HOME
Mrs. Ida Optner entertained a',
her home 2353 S. \V. 24th Ter-
race. Miami, in honor of her
house guests Miss Ruth and Mar-
ian Hantover of Chicago, Thurs-
8:30. Cantor Louie Hayman will
bo in charge of the musical part
of the program.
In view of the approaching
new calendar year, 1940, Rabbi
Shapiro will discuss the subject.
"CLOSING LIFE."
day evening. Dancing, entertain-
ment a'ul refreshments were en-
joyed. Guests attending were
Miss Adele Segall. Miss Claire
Simons. Miss Gladys Goldman.
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FRIDAY, DEC. 22^1931).
THE JSWMH FLORIDIAH
PAGE SEVEN

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TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. HABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6HS6 Indian Creek Drive6-1266 630 N. E. 31st St.2-9541
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both oi" the Rabbis wll! be !n the Temple every morning.
You may consult with them on matters coneernir.c the Jewls commu-
nlty, or yen? pc:fonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in
strict confidence.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Friday evening, December 22nd.
1989, 8:15 p. m.
Sermon: "A Father's Peculiar
Blessing." Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Services conducted by Rabbi
(olman A. Zwitman.
A reception for worshippers
will follow the service.
SABBATH MORNING
SERVICE
Saturday morning, Dec 23rd,
1939, at 11:00 a. m.
ANNUAL BIRTHDAY
DINNER
honoring
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
will be held on Tuesday
December 26th. 19S9
at 6:80 p. m. in Kaplan Hall
For reservations call the fol-
lowing committee:
Mrs. Morris Plant, chairman.
2-03SI.
Mrs. Harold B. Spaet. co-cha'.r-
man. C-2012.
Mrs. Harry Nevins. 4-4166.
Mrs. Herbert A. Simon, 42017.
Mrs. A d o 1 p h Wertheimer,
3-5074.
Reservations $1.25 per plate.
A most interesting program will
be presented.
BAR MITZVAH
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Treister
invite you to attend the Bar Mitz-
vah celebration of their son Ix'on-
ard. to be held at the Temple
r.erv'ces this Saturday morning.
December 23rd. 1939, at 11:00 a.
in. A reception in h ;"or of the
Bar M'.tzvah will be tendered by
his parents, after the morning
service.
IN MEMORIAM
"May th" Father of Peace send
peace to all wh > mourn, and com-
(Continued n Page Kight)
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Y.M.H.A. Notes
(Continued from Page Three)
8th ANNUAL DANCE
.....and a good time was
had by all." That was the famil-
iar phrase that was heard around
the Civic Centre as those who
partook of the festivities of our
8th ANNUAL DANCE left the
building. Never before in the
history of the "Y" has such an
affair bee-n held where the spirit
of conviviality and good fellow-
ship prevailed. It was like one
b;g family gatheringold timers
were glad to renew acquaintances
the new corners were glad to hear
from the old timers as they gave
reminiscents of "Y" affairs.
Our Ace camera man, Herman
'Metro- Goldwyn- Mayer) Waits-
man was very much in evidence
as he took movies in technicolor
of all those guests who came to
the dance. Chet Brownagle and ',
his orchestra rendered the sweet
music to the lovers of the terpis- '
chorean art. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Stepkin were adjudged the win-
ners of the. dance contest after
an elimination in which many par-
ticipated. Second prize was
awarded to Larry Schwartz and
Gertrude Fleet and third prize
went to Dr. Harold Rand and
Adele Segal. The judges
.1. Aron Abbott. Sidney S
Rev. "Dick" Evans, Mattv :
1 r and Judge Otto Stegi
Mr*. Sidney Stepkin will be
awarded v ;,'i a complete
Our pa1 pre8:dent. Mr. V
\. Friedman was the recipient
of a bi autiful gifl a- a token f
appreciation for h;< services iv.
the "Y". Al Pallot pre!ded as
M. C. Senator Kay Murray cn-
tertained the guests. If you
want to see yourself in the movies
come to our New Year's Eve af-
fair at the Hotel Evans, Sunday
n:ght. December 31st.
Our thanks to the chairman
and their committees for helping
make this dance the success that
it was.
MRS. MAX DOBRIN MRS. MONTE SELIG
Associate chairmen for Miami and Miami Beach Federation Women's
division.
DRUM CORP PARTY
Mrs. Paula Ehrlich, Mother of
the J. W. V. Drum and Buirle
Corp. was hostess at a Chanukah
Party given by her to the hoys
and girls of the Drum Corp last
Thursday evening, December 14.
at the Y. M. H. A Chanukah
:' were distributed to all the
I rs by the 1 adies Auxiliary.
Mr. Louis Ki-.f- rhowoi movTng
- M. letter, or the Rit-
U r's Vlamac Hotel, doi ated a
b tiful caki Mi b. Ehrlich was
ted by Mrs. Bergman.
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You'll Like
CAVALCADE OF STARS
Watch these columns next
week for news of our Cavalcade
of Stars wh'ch will be bigger,
better and more spectacular than
ever before.
NEWS AROUND TOWN
Jack Haley wire,! his regrets
to the "Y" as he ha I to leave for
New York, and therefore was un-
able to appear at the 8th Annual
. same went for Lanny Ross
and Jessila Dragonette. Just one
of those things That rad'o
program Sunday afternoon was
the talk of the town, thanks to
Maurice Grossman Notice*
ably absent was our good friend.
Alvin Grossman Lou Safan,
manager of the "Y" Basketball
team, says that if the team loses
one game the season will be a
failure. What optimism! By the
way. the "Y" play its first game
next Wednesdav 7:30 p. m. at the
M'anr High School Gymn. Every-
1 Harry Smart-
that good looking caretaker of
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAH
FRIDAY. DEC. 22. 103!)

MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBIT RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p.
m.
Priday evening services, 5:30 p.
m.
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
Maarfv: 20 minutes past sunset.
SABBATH SERVICES
During' the Sabbath morning
services fRabbi Kcllner will talk
in "Life Eternal" and will discuss
the last cycle in the life of Jacob
our Patriarch. At 8:46 p. m.
Rabbi Kellner will conduct a
class in Ain Yaakov and at the
Shalos Sudos the Rabbi will re-
view the salient portions of the
Book of Breshith which is com-
pleted at the Sabbath morning
services.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
A special mooting- of the
B anl of Directors will be held
on Tuesday evening December
26th in the Synagogue. A most
important report of tho Building
committee will be hoard and dis-
cussed.
HEBREW INSTRUCTOR
NAMED
At the last meeting of our
Board of Directors Mr. Morris
Hoffman was elected as Hebrew
Instructor and Baal Koreh for
the ensuing: season. Mr. Hoff-
man has studied at Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Yeshivo and Talmudic-
al Academy of New York and was
formerly associated with the
Beekman Ave. Talmud Torah in
the Bronx.
AUXILIARY NOTES
The Ladies Auxiliary has un-
dertaken several now projects
among- them a Packag-e Party on
Sunday January 21st as well as
the awarding- of a new Chupah
to be presented to the Shul. At
the last meeting held December
10 the lade;- present were guests
of Mrs. Victor Mell who served
refreshments in honor of her
son's Bar Mitzvah.
MAZEL TOV
The Congregation and Ladies
Auxiliary are most happy to ex-
tend cordial Mazel Tov greetings
to two dear and loyal families of
our Congregation, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Tannenbaum and Mr. and
Mrs. Moses Pallot upon the forth-
coming marriage of their children
Alberta to William. May the
I-ord bless their union with hap-
piness and success.
CONGRATULATIONS
We are most happy to congrat-
ulate Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Cohen
upon the birth of their son. May
they raise him in good health
LTorah L'Chupah UI Maasim
To vim.
MANY HAPPY RETURNS
We take this means of extend-
ing our best wishes to Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan on his birthday and
we pray that the Lord grant him
very many happy returns of this
day.
SOCIETY
CHARITY DANCE
TO BE GIVEN
The National Children's Con-
valescent Charity Dance will be
held Saturday evening December
23rd at the Deauville, Miami
Beach. Mrs. Stanley Hodes,
chairman, and Mr. Joseph Ber-
man. co-chairman, are in charge
of arrangements. Music will be
furnished for dancing by an ar-
chestra. A floor show will be
presented with Chester Alexand-
er as master of ceremonies. All
members and friends are cordial-
ly invited to attend.

INSTALLATION
TO BE HELD
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will
hold their annual installation
banquet and dance Tuesday even-
ing January 9th at 8 p. m. at the
Evans Hotel, 953 Collins Avenue.
Miami Beach. Mr. Harold Turk,
general chairman, is in charge of
arrangements. All those desir-
ing to attend are requested to
make reservations with Mr. Turk
at 3-8992. Admission charged
will be two dollars per person. All
members and friends are cordial-
ly invited to be present. Further
details will be announced in next
week's issue.
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Junior Hadassah
By Elsie Kronenfeld
Junior Hadassah is really an
important organization, for peo-
ple must go on and on ever doing
more and more. We young peo-
ple must grow into mature peo-
ple, taking up natural work, lead-
ing in our elder's place the fight
for existence and betterment.
This is hard work, work that we
young folks should be educated
for. Junior Hadassah is a col-
lege in this scheme of learning
From out its dirs pour mottos,
standards and ideals to strength-
en the bones of our backs. It is
that magical thing that lightens
each load.
Our Junior Hadassah is also
an organization that looks into
the future and plans for it. This
is why the decision was reached
to join and work with the Amer-
ican Youth Congress. At the
present the American Youth Con-
gress is a young thing. It is
reaching out feelers in all direc-
tions struggling to find its Rock
of Gibralter. It will not always
be thus. Someday its name will
be as a prayer of thankfulness on
the lips of people. Isn't it well |
for Junior Hadassah to join now.
to help in the climb, to give
strength and to receive strength.
And isn't it well, looking into the
future t i realize that anti-Semi-
tism must be fought in the young
before their minds have had a
chance to set and jell. We think
so. We think a great step for
the future has been taken, that a
barrier has been partially lifted.
Last Monday's meeting was an-
other proof of how interesting
our Junior Hadassah meetings
are. Hilde Breskin, program
chairman pro tern, presented a
program celebrating Henrietta
Szold's birthday. Hilde first
gave an interesting talk on the
works of Miss Szold, then the
lights were dimmed and eight
girls, grouped in a semicircle pre-
sented a resume of Miss Szold's
life in the form of a radio skit.
Those who participated were
Janie Gershon. Eva and Betty
Smith. Thelma Kronenfeld. Har-
riott Damenstein. Rose Marion
Golden, Rhea Epstein and Jose-
phine Raxin.
Hana Mack has been appointed
chairman of the January 24th
bridge. Girls, this year the
bridge is going to be a little dif-
ferent. It is to be held jointly
at the homes of Mrs. Carl Wein-
kle and Mrs. I^eo A. Chaikin.
There will only be twenty-five
tables and we are each asked to
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
(Contiiued from Page Seven)
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday ev-
ening, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed;
Recently Departed
Julius Kahn. father of Mr. Sid-
ney L. Kahn.
Charles Lemer. father of Mrs.
B. W. Slote.
Hyman Werblow. father of Dr.
S. Charles Werblow.
YAHRZEITS
Lillian Cohen, sister of Mr. Sid-
ney Meyer.
Fanny Taradash. moth.n- of Mr.
William Taradash.
Frederick Frank, father of
Mrs.. Samuel Merson.
Pauline Feldstein. sister of
Mrs. Samuel Merson.
CONDOLEM F.S
The Rabbis, officers and the
membership of Temple Israel ex-
tend their heartfelt sympathy to
MR. ALBERT I.. KAHN
upon his bereavement in the loss
of his Father.
SISTERHOOD
Annual Temple Israel Univer-
sity Students Dance to mark be- .
ginning of the Temple Israel
Young Peopes League. \
On Monday evening. December
2."ith. 193<). at '.i:00 1'cock. the an-
nual Homecoming University
Students Dance will take place,
and in the tradition of its pre-
decessors will be an outstanding
event. This formal affair is open
to all the young people wh >se
parents are members of our con-
gregation, and their friends. Mu-
sic, refreshments, souvenirs are
the gifts of the following spon-
sors:
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beckwitt.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bronston.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Cowen.
Mrs. Rita Geist.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ke/idel.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Iiebling.
Mrs. Rose Raff.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubin.
Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Simon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ungar.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wall.
RABBI COI.MAN A. ZWITMAN
Associate Rabbi of Tempi.- I
rael, is a graduate of the Jew
ish Institute of Religion which
is headed by Dr. Stephen S
Wise guest speaker at Kaplan
Hall of the Greater M
Federation of Jewish Welfare
Funds.
It is the fond hope of the
sors the committee and our 1
pie. that some of the young
pie present may be interested
the establishment of a m < pi r
manent Young Peoples
League which shall have
beautiful affairs more than ju-!
once a year. Our Temple is \
ly interested in young people,
would be willing to sponsor a
Junior I-oague for social and cul-
tural purposes.
If you happen to be a young
person above the age of 10, please
consider this matter and lot us
know whether you would be inter-
ested in such a group. At any
rate, we invite you and your
friends in our sincerest and most
cordial manner, to be with us at
the Annual University Home-
coming Dance.
No admission charge whatso-
ever.
Society
TO GIVE
CONCERT
The Educational Committee of
the Workmen's Circle Branch
092 will present a concert and
theatrical performance Decem-
ber 24th at 8:30 p. m. at the Y.
M. H. A. Clubrooms. IB67 S. W
">th St. Admission is fifty cents
per person. AH members and
friends are cordially invited t >
attend. The committee is plan-
ning their 1940 program and de-
tafia will be announced at a lai
date.
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Strictly Jewish Meals Served by Appointment
Room and Board at Very Reasonable Weekly Rates
A MERRY CHRISTMAS. .
A JOYFUL NEW YEAR.
Is the sincere greeting from the
Entire Personnel of the
Miami Transit Company
and
Dunn Bus Service, Inc.
Geo. B. Dunn President
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