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The Jewish Floridian ( December 29, 1939 )

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( &f Wmffs/fi Flloiriidliiai in \% qoMBiMN? Y/hte J/tewi7$>0i lUmfilty /# VOL. 12 — NO. ;V_. MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DKC -J'.i. !!:(! PRICE 10 CENTS Wise Address Sounds Keynote For Federation Campaign "Give More.... The Needs Are Greater," Capacity Crowd Told Addressing an overflowing auj dience at Temple Israel last Wednesday night, which filled every available seat, and had people standing in the aisles andouter halls, Stephen A. Wise, in a brilliant dramatic appeal sounded the keynote for the forthcoming; 1940 Federati n drive, which will start January 7th. "Give, Give your utmost—g've generously—wholeheartedly % %  give because the needs are greater th < year than ever before." was the message Dr. Wise urged unon thci Jewish Community of Greater Miami in a fervent plea, wherein he stressed conditions affecting the Jews all over the W rid. As greatly laud ng Roosevelt, and naming him a= one of the greatest Presidents and human tartans this country has ever had. and who is always active and in the forefront for the cause of civilization, so greatly did he condemn H tier and Stalin, terming them images of men. but actually nothing more than beasts. He c ted numerous uncivilised acts that were made against the Jews in Nazilnnd. the lack of food and bare necessities of life, of Ghettos, of destruction and seizure of property, of the constant terror facing them. He spoke of Palestine, wherein he be1 eves lies a great future for the Jewish people, despite the recent issuance of the "White Paper" by Great Brita : n. With "Federation supporting thirty-eight worthwhile, needing organizat ons, Greater Miami Jewry cannot—must not—will not fail in this tremendous undertaking." Dr. Wise said re-emphisizing "that the need'are greater this year than ever before." Dr. Wise who made a spec's! trip to Miami for this occasionPolish Jews Again Harassed WILNO (WNS)—Continued excesses against Jews in Nazi-oc copied Poland were reported here by reliable sources which told of Nazi measures designed to har rass Jews for the slightest "provocation." Executions, fines, arrests, deportations and expulsions have decimated Jewish communities in Polish cities and towns controlled by the Nazis. A trustworthy source reported the execution of 53 Jews in the Nalewki quarter of Warsaw, accused of hiding a Jew who allegedly shot a Polish policeman. A "fine" of 300.000 zlotys ($60.00 at pre-war rates) was also imposed on the Jewish community which paid the levy in the allotted time of three days. Furthermore, the advices said, the Nazis warned the board of the Jewish community that 1,000 Jews would be executed in the event of the ( smallest further "Jewish provocation." Noted Juris* To Address Inaugural Banquet Dr. Manfred Arie. noted Vien nese jurat and profound student of Jewish problems will be the main speaker at the Workers' Banquet f the Gr >ater Miami Federa • %  of Jewish Welfare Fund? Saturday evening at 8 o' l< ek at the Hotel Evans. Inaugurating the 1940 Fed rati n Drive. With a keen ins ght into the problems of Jewry throughout the world Dr, Are his long studied the situat; n of the Jews in European lands and several years ago travelled to Palestine, to acquaint himself better with the position of the Jews there. has been in the Rabbinate for more than forty-six years, and is considered today as one of the outstanding Jews of the world. He is honorary Cha rmar. of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees and Overseas Needs. Dr.. Wise was introduced byRabbi Colman A. Zwitman, with Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Max Shapiro delivering the invocat'on and benedicti n. respectively. Brief addresses were made by Stanley ('. Myers, President and Baron de H rsch Meyercam paign chairman. The 1940 quota of $109.R. r .O. is B great increase over the sum of $83,470 raised during 1930, but it imade necessary by the unprecedented demands upon the Welfare funds throughout the country to support the requirements of overseas agencies. In add tion to these Federation will contribute toward the support of local, reg ional and national agencies, More than 500 men and women workers have enrolled and will canvass the Jewish families in the Greater Miami area to afford each and every Jew and Jewess the opportunity to contribute. The Big Gifts Committee has been receiving splendid resopnses the reports of which will be announced shortly. ONE MILLION FRANCS FOR REFUGEE RELIEF PARIS (WNS)—The Jewish Coordinating Relief Committee, established by the Joint Distribution Committee to organize and supervise free kitchens and other relief for East European Jews in France, announced here that one million francs monthly are re qu.red to provide food for refugees affected by the war. Ninety per cent of the Coordinating committee's budget is supplied by the Joint Distribution Committee. Workers Pledge Aid As Drive Nears Breakfast To Honor Sachar, National Hillel Director The Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds lias announced the complete roster, to date, of workers who have enlisted, and with their team captains are meeting continuously, making preparations for the Federation drive whjch will start January 7th. Additional work ers enrolling daily are pledging their active aid in the solicitation of funds. General Chairman of the Men's division is Mr. l-'.lry Stone and eo chairman for Miami is Mr. M. J. Kopelow it/. Go-Captains of Team No. 1: E. Albert Pallot and J. Aron Abbot; workers: Albert S. Dub bin, Ely R. Katz, N. Doug Raff. M. S. Saloman. v Harold Turk, Marx Feinberg, Benjamin LeVine, David Lemelman. Henry Wolfe, Leon Green, Sam Lipton, Arthur Rifas. Sam Seitlin, Albert E. Berkeley. Geo. Schwartz, Alvin Cassell Gus Feuer, Herbert Kleiman; Team No, 2, Matthew S. Bandler, Captain; workers: Milton Friedman. Lew Saffanowitz, Herman WaitsmanHenry Gabbe, Fred Shochet, Leonard Jacobus, H. H. Fan-. Harry Markowitz, Barney Kraft. Jack Green. Harry S. Schwartz, Harry Kane A. J. Tobin; Team No. :!. Co. Captains, Dr. Max Popper and Dr. Albert K. Rsenthal; work ers: Dr. Alfred Augustine. Dr. Max Augustine. Dr. Milton S. Saslaw, Dr. Charles Werblow. Dr. George Gerron, Dr, A. F. Friedman, Dr. Stanley Frehling. Dr. Harold Rand. Dr. If. I'. Trav. ers, Dr. Philip Weinstein; Team No. 1. Co.Captains, Leon Elkin and Sam Silver; worker-.: Sam P. Greenberg. Arnold Rubin. An. son Dreisen. N-rman Lyons. Ely Levin, Ben Marder. Joe Mechlow, Harold Tannen. Milton Wasman. Jerome Wcinkle: Team No. 5, Mendel Scheinhorg. Captain; workers: Meyer Schwartz. Sam Katz, Jack Pallot. Victor Levine, (Continued on Page Seven) Nazis Held Jewish Leaders Delay Action On White Paper LONDON' (WNS)—Prior to his departure for the United States on December 29. Dr. Chaim Weizman was assured by Government officials that no action regarding the Palestine White Paper would be taken during his absence from London, it was learned here. Dr. Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine and the World Zionist Organization, is expected to inform American Zionist leaders of all developments in the political situation, the principal purpose of his visit, however, being to secure increased economic support for the Jewish homeland from American Jews. Two major developments in the Holy Land may receive support from Jews in the United States, informed sources observed, both of Arriving in Miami Beach for a brief visit,, Dr. Abram L. Sachar. National Director of B'nai B*rith Hillel foundations, will address greater "Miami's B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge Sunday morning at 10:30 a. m. at a breakfast at the White House Hotel. 1451 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, especially called so that Ben Briths in this area may hear this br Uiant speaker. During the past summer the orbit of the Hillel F undation pro gram was cons'derably widi n d Eighteen new colleges and universities includ ng Florida received the Hillel technique through a cave fully planned extension serv'ec. More than six thousand rtudents were added to the ten thousand who already benefit fr m the operation of the twelve full-fledged Foundations which serve the larg est American universities. The extension program answered a long felt need. The opening of the college sea son coincided nearly everywhere with the High Ho'y Days and the Hillel Foundations performed their first service of the year accommodating thousands of students. The contribution t ) the al leviation of refugee distress s another feature in which Hillel has made a (rood coitrihuti in. Three and one-half years of research and writing, snatched from busy Foundation routine, were concluded recently by Dr. Sachar when his new volume on contemporary Jewish history went to press. It will appear in January under the title, "Sufferance is the Badge." It covers the story of Jewish life in every land since the first world war. I; was completed four times, but each time it was ready for press Hitler went on a rampage and tore through several chapters. The volume w 11 serve as a kind of sequel to Dr. Sachar's earlier work. "A History of the Jew which is now in its eighth printing. Dr. Sachar will leave Monday to return 11 Champaign, Illiois where he makes his headquarters at the University of Illinois. which have the particular concern of Dr. Weizmann: 1) Developmert of the pharmaceutical industry in Palestine which Dr. Weizmann believes holds out excellent prospects, particularly because of the possibility of capturing German markets in the Near East; and 2) Establishment of a citrus by-products industries, one of the results of which would be the strengthening of citrus-growing, Palestine's largest industry. It is also expected that Dr. Weizmann's visit to the United States may result in wider participation of non-Zionists in the Jewish Agency. PARIS (WNS)—Jewish leaders ir Poland were being arrested by Nazis who released them only after payment of stipulated sums of nvoi.ey in foreign currency by the local Jewish communities, it was learned here. Information about mistreatment of Jews .n various sections, of Nazi Poland continued to pour in, official circles said. "Epidemics of typhoid and pneumonia are said to be raging in Warsaw and I.ubl n. particularly among the Jews as a result of overcrowding, lack of food and if %  'equate clothing for protection ngninst the intense cold. Little med'eal a : d is available and the .',( ware excluded from all public h snitab, Thev arc n! %  > forbidden to buv cloth"8. boots or bread. No i >al '< %  BUDplied them, with the result that they are iblicred to use furniture they have left for firewood." Official Pol'sh circles also rcnorted that Nazis were confiscating Jewish and Polish property in Posen and other parts of Poland which Hitler has annexed as German provinces. In Posen. no Pole is permitted to trade any longer, it was said. "liquidation of the entire Polish commerce is practically completed and everything is passing into German hands." The Nazis in Lodz are subjecting the Jews to a "war of nerves" bv alternately telling them that they will not be sent to the Lublin "reservation," since Ix>dz is now considered a province of Germay. and then warning them to l.-Me I odz before Marsh 1, when expulsion of Jews to Lublin will be resumed. Seaming and plundering' of Jewish homes continues in Ix)dz where the Morolhav Heshalutz colony, a harhsharah (training) farm, has been d ssolved by the Gcetapo. The reports further disclose that several leaders of the Jewish commun ty in Lodz have been sent to jail in Radagosz. where the Nazi authorities have announced that their release can only be secured on payment of foreign currency. HIAS Opens Local Office The Hebrew Immigrant and Sheltering Aid Society better known as the HIAS has announced the opening of an office in M ami to aid Immigrants upon their arrival in the Un ted States from Cuba, and for National Refugee Service. The office will be located at 401 Congress Building with an experienced director in charge. The HIAS has its national off ce in New York City and i one of the most active organization* today in,Immigration and Refugee work. They facilitate and supervise passage of refugees from one destination to another and have shelter's at various places throughout the world where food and lodging is given them. Among the many HIAS activities are educational classes and information bureaus. 3 %  i W. % 



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— THE JEWISH FLORID)AN FRIDAY, DEC. 29, 1939 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES RAY U. SIIOCHET, Society Editor t CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Sol Wilson of 328 S. W. 15th Ave., will celebrate their thirty-sixth wedding anniversary December 2i>th. They will b<' honored at a party given by their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wilson and son Billy, at a New Year's eve party at the Hotel Evans. Out of town quests who will attend are Mrs. H. Bettman. mother of Mrs. Sol Wilson. Miss Leonore Halpert. and Mr. and Mrs. D. Halpern, all of Jacksonville, and Dr. Sidney Halpcrn of Miami. VISIT MIAMI Mrs. Daniel Kurland accompanied by her son Samuel and her niece Claire Shavrick of Baltimore. Md.. arriv.il Tuesday by train to visit in Miami as the house guests of Mrs. Ethel Shochel and family. VISITORS TO MIAMI Mrs. Samuel W. Wohlstadter, accompanied by her daughter Rosalyn, who is a Btudei I ai New York University, of New York are visiting in Miami Beach as the gnests of her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk of 1568 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. ill VACATION IN MIAMI Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman, 1419 S. W. 5th St.. have as their house guests their niece and nephew. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mirelman of New York, and Mrs. Grossman's sister. Miss Ethel Weitz of Union City. New Jersey. VISIT HERE Miss Goldie Klujrman of Savannah. Ga.. is visiting in Miami as the house guest of Miss Rosalyn Friedman of 1037 S. W. 2nth Ave. Accompanying Miss Khigman was Miss Minnie Nathan who is visiting with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Stone. Miss Ethel Nelson of Daytona Beach will arrive I treasurer, will also speak. DeSaturday to visit with Miss Fried-] tails will be announced at a later man for the week end. date. SPINOZA LECTURES HEARD Dr. Joseph M. Osman. distinguished New York Psychologist, addressed the Spinoza Group last Saturday afternoon on the Psychology of Personality. Next Saturday afternoon the Group will meet as usual on the lawn at 1059 Collins Ave.. Miami Reach. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will lecture on Thomas Mann's "Joseph's Bretheren." The Group will gather early to hear the first two acts of the Opera. Rabbi Zwitman will speak at 3:30 p. m. All are welcome. Sunday evening. Jan. 7th. the Spinoza Group will celebrate the 5th anniversary of the Spinoza Croup with a dinner at Frames K. Powell's Dining Room, at the Albion Hotel. 311 Lincoln Road Miami Heath. Rabbi Zwitman will be toastmaster. All an vited to attend. IRRIVES FOR VISIT Mr. Jerry Rand of Indianap lis. Indiana, is visiting in Miami with hibrother Dr. Harold Rand, for two weeks. VISITING HERE Mrs. Sam Goldstein of Bethlem. Pa., is visiting in Miami with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pallot. • • • MIZRACHI EVENTS PLANNED Saturday evening January 21st a gala Melavah Malka and Reception will bo sponsored in honor of Mr. Joseph Margoshes, Jewish journalist and renowned student of Chassidic Folklore, at the Y. M. H. A. Clubrooms. A musical program will be presented and refreshments; served. Sunday night January 2Rth Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein. nation al Vice President of Mizraehi. will inaugurate the series of Forums to be sponsored by the local chapter. Mr. Max Nadler, national ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kronenfeld announce the engagement of their daughter Jeanette to Herbert Simon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Simon of Miami and Washington. D. C. Miss Kronenfeld was graduated from Edison Senior High School and attended the Florida State College for Women. She Wrubel was entertained at %  miscellaneous shower by Mrs. M ise s Mi heloff and Mrs. Harry Saslow. CELEBRATE NEW YEAR'S EVE AT THE CAMEO THEATRE WASHINGTON AVE. at 15th ST. MIDNIGHT SHOW AT 11:45 P. M. 'GREEN FIELDS* Based On The Jewish Folk Tales Of Peretz Hirshbein "The person who can write such a thing is blessed with Heavenly talent"—The Day Continuous Performances MONDAY — TUESDAY JAN. 1st — 2nd COMPLETE ENGLISH TITLES is president of Junior Hadassah and is active iii other social circles. Mr. Simon was graduated from Miami Senior High School and is associated in the real estate business with his father. The wedding date has not been set. Mr. and Mrs. Kronenfeld in honor of their daughter's engagement and their 22nd wedding anniversary, will entertain at an open house Sunday evening December 31st between the hours of 7 and 10 p. m. All friends are cordially invited to attend. • • • MARRIAGE TAKES PLACE The wedding of Miss Ruth Ann Orlin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Orlin. to Theodore Wrubel son of Mr. and Mrs Jacob Wrubel of Pittsfcon, Pa., was held Sunday December 24th on the lawn of the bride's home at 625 Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Mosei Mescheloff officiated and Cantor Maurice Mamehes sang the traditional bridal songs. Miss Guitelle Wrubel. sister of the groom, was maid of honor and Mr. Sydney Orlin. brother of the bride was best man. Mr. an 1 Mrs. Wruble are both graduates of the University of Alabama. The couple will reside in Pitts ton, Pa., where Mr. Wrubel is engaged in business. Prior to her marriage Mrs. B'NAl B'RITH TO INSTALL OFFICERS Elaborate plans are being ma*le for the Annual Installation Banquet of the B'nai B'rith. which is to be held at the Hotel Evans in Miami Beach, on Tuesday, January 9, 1940, at 8:00 p.m. The Banquet Committee, headed by Harold Turk, is cent acting every member of B'nai B'rith and the Ladies Auxiliary in the hope of securing immediately their early reservations. The seating arrangements will depend upon | the order in which reservations I are received. Assisting Mr. Turk on the Committee are Brothers Jack Abbott. Burnett R 'th, Ely Katz, Max Pepper. Rudy Adler. The Committee appointed by Mrs. Isaac Levin, Pr< sident of the Ladies Auxiliary, includes: MesSadie Weinberg. Isaai Levin, Milton Saslaw, Ji 1 Rol fort. A. H. Mill r, Joseph A. B r man. G< 01 ire < % %  Idberg, and Frieda Godwin. The principal speaker will be announced in a Special Bulletin to be issued to the membership. At the present time, it is hoped that a person of maximum importance will accept the invitation. • • • VISITS IN MIAMI BEACH Mr. and Mrs. Sol E. Kopelowitz and daughter Golda June of Clayton St. Louis, Missouri are visiting in Miami Beach where they will remain until the end of January. They will be joined January 1st by another daughter. Aarolyn, graduate of Washington University, who is spending New Year's eve in New York. FINE SADDLE HORSES Bpeclal RMIni; Instruction MomillBht RII1PS Ri.linK from T A. M. to 3:3ft P. M. North Miami Riding Academy 18575 X. E. Sth Ave, Phone T-2022 meeting; Club of Hotel, evening Fannie REGULAR MEETING HELD At the first regular of the Detroit Sunshine Miami held at Charles Miami Beach. Tuesday December l'.Uh. Mrs. Strauss, president. announced that plans for the moonlight ride aboard the Silver Moon to be held Wednesday January 3 have been completed. A f! or dancing and various card will be presented. Tickets may be obtained from members and all desiring to attend are requ to make reservations in ad\ II e as they are limited. • • • RETURN TO CITY Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Eisi returned to Miami Beach a six months' stay in Bi l Hills, Calif rnia. • • SPEND HOLIDAY HERE Mrs. Sadie W< W. Thirteenth St.. ha her brother Mr. I' fitz. principal of on in New York, and her Raymond Lipschutz, stud New York University, wl Bpend the holidays lure. REV. J. MALEK Experienced MOHEL PHONE 2-0828 300 N. W. 16th Ave. + KOSHER ZIONj SAUSAGE CO. \ INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave. j CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Ceoked and Smoked Meats DEMAND IT FROM YOUR j DELICATESSEN Now Obtainable Everywhere in Florida V oervincr V Florida's Finest American-Jewish Dinner" ST. REGIS RESTAURANT 446 COLLINj AVE. AAlArWl OEACH Watch this space f K D



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FRIDAY, DE€. 29, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE >9 Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BJJtON) WE'RE TELLING YOU Finest piece of indirection we have seen in u long time conies from the pen of an American correspondent in a European country, who writes: "There is plenty of coal here and the people are happy and loyal to the regime; almost as much coal and loyalty and happiness as in the llarlan, Kv\, coal fields" That's telling the censor where to get off AVinchell has a new definition of dictatorship, reading: "A place where public opinion can't even he expressed privately" Xeal O'llara points out that when Hitler clamors for more living space for the Germans he forgets to explain why Goering's vast estates and hunting lodges, which could accommodate tens of thousands of people, are vcrhoten territory for the German masses Herbert Kline and Pete Mayer have hrought hack from Europe a splendid film .they Shot in England, Poland and Danzig ... It will he called "Lights Out in Europe" and is a most human story of pre-war days and of the first days of it he Nazi Blitzkrieg in Poland Did you notice that the Jewish "White Book" published by the World Jewish Congress revealed that the Nazis had planned large-scale programs throughout Germany after the attempt on Hitler's life, hut canceled them because of pressure brought to hear by the Soviet Ambassador at Berlin? The laugh of the week is provided by one George Trauler's revelation that Hitler's .schoolmates in Braunau regarded the future Fuehrer as a Jew "I'm ashamed to say it now," Trauler confessed, "But wc kids used to taunt Adolf for being a Jew-boy That would make him white with fury" DID YOU KNOW The first address in the new Honolulu synagogue, the first Jewish house of worship in the mid Pacific area, was delivered last summer by Lewis Browne, who was in the Islands giving a lecture course at Hawaii University Browne, from whom a new book should be due soon, is the fellow whom H. G. Wells considers the best interpreter of Jewish history ... In March he will give a series of lectures at Columbia University Those who object to the coming of refugees to this country should read the story of Fritz Casten, who had become a millionaire in the grocery business in Berlin Casten arrived in Amerca wth only $500 left of all his fortune, and with this nest-egg built up a prosperous business in four years Recently he died—and left $20,000 to the City of New York, as a token of gratitude for the hospitality and opportunity it had given him ... A group of European refugee stage artists is launching "The Theatre in Exile" in New York They hope to make it a permanent organization ... If it hadn't been for the personal opposition of President Roosevelt there would by now be a law demanding that everybody in the country be fingerprinted at regular intervals LISTEN HERE A fine bunch of scallions goes to Abbot Chao-Kung, better known as Ignatius Trebitsch Lincoln, whose life as an international spy is known the world over Born (we arc ashamed to confess) a Hungarian Jew, he is now head of the "Tibetan Buddhist supreme masters" in Shanghai, and though he threatens Europe with a mysterious doom if its governments don't stop warring, he defends the Japanese onslaught on China Add to your list of anti-Semitic organizations the Federation for Nordic Revival .. Ostesibly it is simply an organization for Americans of Scandinavian descent. but its official slogan is "to defend Aryan culture and to build a great American monument of liberation under the swastika" All of which brings us to the question: Why is there a swastika near the Jersey side of the Lincoln Tunnel? THIS AND THAT Abe Goldberg, Hebrew and Yiddish writer and Zionist, is now at work on a 700-page opus in English, which wiU contain seventy-five essays on the most representative contemporary Jewish writers, artists, scientists, philanthropists and other public figures How ephemeral fame is was illustrated when the reports of the death of Dr. Leo Wiener, the philologist. jdid not mention that he was the father of one of the most amazing infant prodigies of the country, Norbert Wiener, who graduated from college at the age of fourteen and achieved his Ph.D. in mathematics at the age of eighteen Incidentally, how come that Dr. Weiner was buried from a Unitarian Church? H. M. Warner, who's the chairman of the Hollywood commnuity chest fund, is indignant because the motion picture stars don't contribute enough THE Y. M. H. A. (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) RABBI MAX SHAPIRO Rabbi Max Shapiro of Congregation Beth David of Miami, will leave Saturday night by train for Washington, D. C to attend the Conference of United PalestineAppeal to be held January 6th and 7th as a representative of the Greater Miami Zionist District. Rabbi Shapiro will visit in New York prior to the conference. LEGISLATOR ADDRESSES WOMAN'S AUXILIARY A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU AM) YOU AND YOU [ —o— Y. M. H. A. New Years Party At Hotel Evans With the splendid progress made by this organization since its inception in 1932, the members and friends of the Y. M. H. A. will have due reason to celebrate this, our 8th birthdaywith a New Year's Eve party at the beautiful Evans Hotel. 10th St. and Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Sunday night December .list. The brothers. Irving and Arthur Evans, have left no stone unturned in assuring all of those present of a first class cuisine plus excellent dance music and a fine floor show. The entire Evans Hotel, less the rooms, have been turned over to the Y. M. H. A. and its guests. One of the main features of the evening will be moving pictures in technicolor taken at our ihiiirttiliiHiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiitiiiHmiimn most outstanding show in the history of the Greater Miami area. At the time of this writing, Nick Kenny, the genius behind our CAVALCADE OF STARS, is speeding rapidly toward the Magic City to take full charge of the show. That is all we can tell you now. Watch these columns next week for more complete details. News Around the Town Our Congrats to Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel, who celebrated his birthday December 2fith We are glad to see so many of our Y. M. H. A. boys actively working as captains and helpers in the Federation drive. Among them are: Al Pallot, Jack Abbott. Sidney Segall. Milton Friedman, Matty Bandler, and Bill Shayne. Good luck boys For ye bowlers who are par8th Annual Dance which will be Pa8 l the Y. M. H. A. shown to all those present at the [ BowlingLeague, the medals are >n New Year's Eve party by our ace their way and plans are now beHerman (M.G.M.) j in made for a b n . lfl u e u o .ion friends to join him at his birtn3-4012 or Harrv Schwartz. 2-4429. ., ... day party at the Evans Hotel on that night Bring your own rattles and bottles Congrats to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jacobs, on December 8th last—a potential candidate for the presidency of the Y. M. H. A. is born .... Congrats to Mr. and Mrs. William Pallot (nee Alberta Tannenbaum) who were married at a beautiful wedding ceremony last Sunday evening. Mazol Tov and good luck. Cavalcade of Stars To Be Held January 30th Here's the news all of you have been waiting for THE CAVALCADE OF STARS. This year the annual extravaganza of outstanding stars of screen, radio and stage in this vicinity, will gather at the Plaza Theatre, Miami Beach on Tuesday night, (midnight) January 30th. 1940. to give the greatest, biggest. 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FRIDAY, I>EO. 29. 1Q ;! O wjewisii ftorlcli&fi PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Bex 2873 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue [ I. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor J FRKD K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manner Entered as secend cls matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 B'NAI B'RITH NOTES Sidney L. Segall West Flaglcr Track Features Innovation OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES One year .... Six Months SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 $1.00 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1939 VOLUME 12 — NUMBER 52 OUR DUTY For the past several weeks the Jewish Floridian has been devoting a great portion of its columns to news about Federation and its forthcoming 1940 Campaign for welfare funds. Whether or not it has succeeded in making Greater Miami Federation conscious, whether sufficient interest and enthusiasm has been aroused to make the drive the success it must be, whether the Jewish community has been awakened enough to realize their duty to themselves and their fellow-Jews, is something that remains to be seen. Too much emphasis cannot be placed—we cannot repeat enough—the success with unity, the benefits by co-operation, the advantages of self-protection, the joy received by serving those unable to serve themselves—A fate decreed not by their own hands, and a fate unless we take heed, we too, may have to face. The Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds has set a budget of $109,850 as a fair and minimum share which must be raised in order to barely cope with the present day "greater needs" for local and overseas causes. It is but natural when we think of the present tragic plight of our fellow Jews abroad, we think mostly in terms of their physical suffering of hunger, starvation, rooflessness and nakedness. We reprint a few headlines picked at random from our news releases: "Congress 'White Book" Charges 250,000 Jews Wiped Out in Nazi Poland; One Million Polish Jews Completely Pauperized By Nazis." "Nazis Officially List 120,000 Jews Dead in Poland; 60,000 Die From Epidemics in Concentration Camps." "Refugee Confirms Reports of Rapings by Nazi Soldiers." "Expulsion of Austrian Jews Set For Jan. 1st; Excesses Continue." "Soviet Sentences Rabbi to 9 Years Imprisonment." The upheaval as evidenced by the above has created a situation the consequences of which may have tragic and disasterous effects upon the future of World Jewry as a whole. The war has intensified the needs of our pople. Three million Jews in Poland alone, have been caught in the vise of Hitlerism. Federation in its forthcoming campaign is striving to take care of our share of this sacred obligation. Max L. Berges, dedicating his book "Cold Pogrom," to aroused Jewry writes, "You, too, must do your share in the world wide struggle against injustice, intolerance, and against the suppression of all personal liberties in which we as ardent democrats and civilized beings believe." Need More Be Said? Dr. Abram L. Sachar. National Director of the Hillel Foundati na sponsored by B'nai B'rith. is in our midst on a temporary visit. Ix)cal Ben Briths are very fortunate, indeed, in having Dr. Sachar visit us at this time. Dr. Sachar is a national figure in Jewish life, and his brilliant personality has been a vital force in the growth and development of B'nai B'rith nationally. Under the able leadership and guidance, the vision and foresight of this great man, the expansion of the Hillel Foundation Program has made rapid strides during the past decade. Sholom Lodge has arranged a breakfast at the Whitehouse Hotel, 1451 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, for Sunday morning. December 31st at 10:30, at which time Dr. Sachar has consented to address the local group. Every brother in Sholom Lodge should take advantage of this opportunity. Dr. Sachar former head of the English History Department at the University of Illinois, was regarded as the most brilliant lecturer on the faculty at that institution. Brothers, do not m : ss this wonderful opportunity. Do mt forget, this Sunday morning at the Whitehouse Hotel. This is to remind you again to make your reservations for the Formal Installati m Banquet. The time is limited and the space is limited. Reservations are moving fast %  C ouncil hews AN OPEN LETTER: Miami Sect: in National Council of Jewish Women takes this means of publicly thanking the men and women who attended our 4th Annual Fashion Show al the Hollywood Beach Hotel on Wednesday of this week. It is by your attendance to this beautiful show that will help 111 with the profits gained, carry on our many projects of service which we give. We want Do remind you that our service, in Service to Foreign Born, covering all phases of immigration, are given freely to anyone desiring such information '>r service. We are still continuing our naturalization service on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.. and we particularly urge those people who are not yet naturalized citizens of these glorious United States to let us help them enjoy the freedom of citizenship. Our English classes for adult aliens still continue four nights a week. We welcome at these classes all non speaking English adults, desiring too learn the English language. We appreciate the kind cooper ation of the local Rabbis and our public thanks to the Beth Jacob and Beth David Synagogues, also the Y. M. It. A., for permitting us the usage of their classrooms for our English classes. If there is any information desired on Service to Foreign Born, do not hesitate to call for an appointment at our office. 8-6554. We extend our heartiest New Year's greetings to all the residents of greater Miami, and ferMany new features have been added at West Flagler Kennel club this season for the comfort and pleasure of the patrons. Jacob Sher and Bill Huntley. track owners, call special attention to the new steam heating system to warm tre entire grandstand during cool winter nights. Among the other features at the Flagler oval are the All-glass starting box. the only one of its kind in An erica today; Flagler foto finish camera with no obstacles obstructing the view of the grandstand giving perfect vision; the grandstand entrance beneath which automob les may discharge passengers d u r i n g inclement weather, mezanine flour where mutual tickets may be purchased, ladies lounge on the mezanine. electrically cooled drinking fountains, palm-bowered patio garden and hurdle racing. The nation's outstanding grey hounds are now racing at Flagler. Included among the greyhounds at the track is a world champion— Rural Rube. This greyhound is holder of the world's Ji-lfith mile and Futurity course records. vently hope that this new calendar year will bring to all people, peace, goodwill and a unity between all nati Sincerely. MRS. BENJAMIN LeVINE, President Miami Section. Nat. Council of Jewish Women. H. M. BARTON one of the leading greyhound rac ng officials of the country who is now acting as Presiding judge at West Flagler Kennel club. TO BE ENTERTAINED Mrs. Stephen S. Wise will !,e the guest of honor at a tea Wednesday January 3rd at 2 p. m. at the Victor Hotel under the auspices of the Miami Worm l 'a Division of the American Jew i Congress. Mrs. Moses Krii president, will introduce Ml Wise who will be the principal speaker of the afternoon. A i members and friends are coi lv invited to attend. MORTON ROSETHAL EDWARD ROSENTHAI. members of the Rosentha] Family who have just announce,! the opening of the Riverside Memorial Chapel at 1236 Washington Avenue. Miami Bench. t ZtifcL ****** ^A?lONAU5S Rtorinttd From Th Nolionol J.wnh Monthly. Publiihtd by B'noi BV..



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FRIDAY, DEO. 29, 1939 SOCIETY STARS FEATURED AT FLORIDIAN HOTEL Pat Rooney. Jr. and Herman Timberg:, Jr., sons of famous fathers, will be featured at the New Year's Fve celebration at the Floridian Hotel, Miami Beach. Saturday night. Also on the program will be Sally Gay. singing commediene of the Royal Falm Club, The Titian Trio, Ray Vaughn, vaudeville favorite, and Barbara and Barry Leslie. Broad, way dance favorites. Supper will be served at 11:00 P. M. and will feature the famous Floridian Seiden cuisine. The tariff is 06.00 per person. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVB • • CAMEO FEATURES GREEN FIELDS A Jewish dialogue film that marks a new high in vernacular art is "Green Fields." a homespun saga of pre-Czarist Jews, based on the popular play by Peretz Hirshbein, which will usher in the New Year at the Cameo Theatre, Washington Ave., at Fifteenth St.. Miami Beach, with a midnight showing starting at 11:46 p. m. On the program in addition to "Green Fields" will be The March of Time, latest News and a Walt Disney color cartoon. "Green Fields" is the story of a young Talmudic scholar who wandered forth from the city synagogue somewhere in Russia to seek a more satisfactory truth. He finds it, after serious misgiv. ings, among two earthly families of Jewish peasants who show a SEASON'S GREETINGS HOUSE OF ART JEWELRY 821 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI, BEACH touching and oftentimes laughable veneration for the dreamv young man of letters. Especially he finds it in the pretty face of the daughter of one of the families, a pretty young woman named Helen Beverly who would show to advantage in any screen company. • NEW YEAR'S PARTY TO BE GIVEN The Hotel Evans. Miami Beach, will be hosts to the Young Men's Hebrew Association at a gala New Year's Eve party Sunday evening at 9:00 p. m. An elaborate floor show will be presented. The Hotel Evans well known for its food and hospitality has prepared a special dinner for the evening. All those desiring to attend are requested to make reservations at the Hotel. • • MARRIAGE NUPTIALS PERFORMED An impressive ceremony united Miss Alberta Marie Tanenbaum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tanenbaum, William L. Pallot, son of Mr. and Mrs Moses Pallot, Monday December 25th at 7:00 p. m. at tre home of the bride's parents, w.th Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her father and attended by Miss Norma Lee Simpson as maid of honor. Sidney Rosenstock, brother of the_ bride, was best man. Pre-nuptial music was provided by a three-piece orchestra and Mrs. L. Manners sang "Because" and "I Love You Truly." Out oftown guests attending were Dr. and Mrs. .1. Grossman and daughter Gailand Mrs. E. Kent and daughters Wilma and Joyce, all of New York City, and Mrs. Sam Goldstein of Bethlehem, Pa., and many >thers. A reception followed the ceremony. The couple left for a honeymoon trip throughout the State and will reside at 2275 S. W. 7th Si net, upon their return. Leaders of Teams of the Men's Divisions of the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds of the 1940 campaign beginning Sunday, Jauary 7th. COUNCIL FORUM TO BE HELD The regular monthly meeting Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women will be held Friday at 2 p. m. at the Evans Hotel, 953 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Miss Nina MeAdamdean of girls at Miami High School, will be the guest speaker of the afternoon and her topic will be "Preparing Youth for a World in Transition." Also on the program will be the continuance of the "Accent on Youth" theme, Mr. Louis Strasser who will talk on "My ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION 320 N. E. FDJST STREET Catering to the Discriminating since 1925 COLUMBUS HOTEL PHONE 2-8471 V "IS" ft THE rY mm Welcome the New Year With a Night of Superlative Cuisine and Entertainment i ALL STAR SHOW • — STARRING — Pat Rooney Jr. Herman Timberg Jr. For Reservations Call HAPPY at 5-1221 $6.00 per plate FRANK SEIDEN Management BETH JACOB BULLETIN (Continued from Page Eight) distribution of the funds at hand towards a synagogue project, and plans for the next affair will be d.scussed at this time. Minnionaires Our Minnionaires, boys between 13 and 18. will meet Sunday at 9:00 a. m. for their regular minyon to be followed by a communal breakfast. They meet Wednesday evening for their business and cultural meeting. Last Memories of My Homeland." a dramatic reading from "Pyg malion" by Florence Cromer and Cecil Block will sing accompanied by Mrs. F.llard Kahn. Mrs. 1. M. Weinstein wil present the "PerSEASONS GREETINGS L. E. EDWARDS Real Estate 6812 BISCAYNE BLYD. soality Garden" speaking on "The Young in Heart." Open forum will be held. A social hour will follow. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • • COUNCIL TO MEET The regudlar monthly meeting of the Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women will he held Wednesday afternoon Jan. 3, at 2 p. m. at the Evans Hotel. The theme of the meeting will be Scholarship with the scholarship chairman Mrs, Meyer Schwartz in charge. Misses Dorothy Ann Levin and Evelyn Auslander will present a Scholarship skit. A musical program will be presented. All members and friends are invited to be present. 2,500 LEAVE REICH LONDON (WSS) — Anothe.group of 180 Jewish refugees left Germany for South American countries bringing the total emigration of Jews from the Reich during the past 30 days to 2,500. Season's Greetings MANFRED M. UNGARO ARCHITECT 7939 N. E. SECOND AVE. RING IN THE NEW YEAR at the HOTEL, EVANS 15th St. at Collins Ave. Miami Beach with the y. M. H. A. and Enjoy a BANQUET DINNER — and — GALA FLOOR SHOW Tariff, $3.50 per person Limited Reservations Phone 5-4611 1 r==> KvJjJAAfcj— —t I KOOLMOTOR GASOLINE and OILS ACME TIRES I CITIES SERVICE j PRODUCTS | ORANGE STATE | OIL CO. j Distributors Greyhound RACING NIGHTLY Post Time 8:15 p. m. Admission 25 cents Steam-heated Grandstand Electric Odds Board All Glass Starting Box WEST FLflOLER KEM1EL CLUB (Lintth. at 37tUChrS*-J ^—^



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FRIDAY, DEC. 29. ISM CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 'I 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi— 497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 •PERMANENT CALENDAR Daily services at 7 a. m. and Friday evening 8:15. Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30 a. m. Late Friday evening services. Friday evening 8:15. Junior services, Saturday 10:30 a. m. Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p. m. Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a. m. Bar-Mitzvah Group, Sunday 9:00 a. m. Saturday morning at 10:30. Harold Shapiro. Albert Eskanazi, and Herbert Glazeroff are in charge of the services. The "Portion of Law" is expounded by the Rabbi. We are happy to note that the attendance is increasing rapidly from Sabbath to Sabbath. A "Kiddush" is given in the auditorium immedately after the Benediction, under the Chairmanship of Mrs. L. J. Hartz. BAR-MITZVAH GROUP: The "Bar-Mitzvah" group will meet Sunday morning from 9 to 10 under the direction of Louis Gadon; boys of 12 and over are Adult History Group, Sunday eligible to attend. The boys are taught the melodies for the different "Portions of Law." TALMUD-TOR AH: An innovation has been made in the curriculum of our daily Hebrew School that of "Nigena" liturgio, music as a special course, once I J 1 wo,,,i,n P a na so far are '"• a week under the direction of f m "''* u know Jeann f' that 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES In view of the mid-year vaca tion for students of the Univers itcs and in keeping with our anJunior Hadassah By Elsie Kronenfeld We Junior Hadassah members would like to take this opportunity to pledge our support to the Federation drive. We think it is a grand thing and well worth all the effort. We are glad to state a lot of our members are on the drive. The regular meeting next Monday night is going to be postponed because it is New Year's day. The meeting will be the following Monday. January 7. We hope to see a big turn out. The plans for both the Fridaynight services and the Bridge party will be discussed. The people participating in the service, which Rabbi Max Shapiro has turned over to us, will be announced. The final plans for the Bridge party will be disclosed and the tables stated. Miss Hannah Mack, Chairman of the party, is calling a committee meeting at her house this coming Tuesday night, January 2. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1546 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S, RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Friday evening services, 5:30 p. m. Shabbes: 9 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset. It seems that no sooner is on-? Junior Hadassah engagement announced than another is. Our President. Miss Jeanette Kronenfeld tells us that she has given j her "yes" to Mr. Herbert Simon. Cantor I. Kaminsky. The Talmud the best wishes of the entire ornual custom, the services this com-; Torah curriculum j nc i udes the Kanization are with you. We ing Friday Evening will be dedistudy of elementary and advanced kn W you wffl b V '''' y hapPy cated to the Past Presidents of Hebrew, "Chumosh" with "Rashi, ,he firet time ,hat a .ur Junior Congregation, many Mj ve j of whom are attending the ious Universities iii-urew, v numosn witn Kastn. ian v Niveim," religion and its laws, P res,den in offlce *" "P"*hted Vl Yiddish and other subjects perher troth The Junior Congregation of subjects pe tabling to our Hebraic culture." SUNDAY SCHOOL: It is with Greater Miami was organized in! erg. Howard Schwartz. Jack tend the assembly from 11:30 to 12. "BAR-MITZVAH" Mendel, Melvin Weinkle and Roy Mack. Harold Shapiro will present the participants. Louis Hay man, accompanied by the Beth David Choir will chant Liturgic Melodies. An "Oneg Shabbos" and social hour will take place in the auditorium after the services. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz will act as hostess. Mr. John Lewis representing the United Synagogues of America will be the guest speaker on the subject "Little Man—What Now?" RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTION JUNIOR CONGREGATION: The services of the Senior and Juniors conducted by the Junior Congregation takes place every IN ORLANDO IT'S THE EL CHICO CAFE (On ihe Ave:,ue) Special Menu for Late Parties —o— OPEN ALL NIGHT —o— Chico-Chich Served at the CURB ONLY 496 N. Orange Ave. (At Amelia) ORLANDO most observant of decorum and scholastic attainment. The class es are under the capable guidance of registered and licensed teachers. We urge parents to become, more vitally interested in the! extl nd !" t,n ** to th !" Mr welfare of their children and at|PerS Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tevolitz, will be "Bar-Mitzvahed" this Saturday at 9 a. m. He will recite the "Maftir" and LADIES AUXILIARY In line with the adopted policy of the Auxiliary, part of each meeting is devoted to a cultural program which is designed to offer the membership a wide variety of subjects of Jewish interests. At the next meeting Tuesday night. January 2nd at 8:15 p. m. a short business meeting will be held which will be followed by a cultural program presented by the Miami Division of the Mizrachi Women. Prepared and presented by Mrs. Abraham Kellner this program will bring the vital message of Mizrachi Palestine work and achievements. The program to be presentee! is as follows: Our aims and Hopes. Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner: Palestine songs, Miss Sarah Eisen; the meaning of Pale-tine. The Hon. Bernard Austen, member df the New York state as sembly; vocal select inn. Cantor Victor Jacoby; greetings, Mr. Max Nadler. national treasurer Mizrachi organization of America; and Hatikvah. assembly. Mrs. Wm. Clein will* preside at the business session. Mrs George Cherktof will conduct the Cultural program. A most sincere and cordial invitation is extended to all. HABONIM ORGANIZED The National Habonim Movement which is a religious unit composed of High School age, is proud to announce the forma tion of the first branch in the State of Florida. Once more the Orthodox Congregation of Miami leads the city and acts as the local pioneering unit for tradifields of endeavor. ion of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, aims to incur culate our growing boys with a love for things Jewish and with a devotion to the ideals of our people. To harmonize body and spirit the leaders of the Habonim will work out a complete range of athletic activities as well. There will be two divisions, one for boys from 12 to 14 and the other for those from 14 to 16. Meetings will be held in the Synagogue and the groups will sponsor a Sunday morning Minyan, a Jewish congregation, study classes as well as athletic contests and activities. SABBATH SERVICES On Saturday morning before the Mussaph services Rabbi K tier will speak on the Biblical p tion of the week and discuss "What is in a Name". The clas in Ain Ynakov will meet at 4 p. m. followed by Mincha s. r at 4:45 p. m. At the Shalos Sud which follows immediately the Rabbi will continue his discussi< of the weekly Midrashic Chapter. MAZBL TOY Sincere Mazel Tov gri i and congratulations are exl to Mr. and Mrs Herman Sherman upon the birth of their newly bor son. May they raise him in health and happiness. REFUO SHI.EMO We pray for the speedy rec very of our dear friend Mr. B Chertkof and hope to see soon well and fully recovered. BON VOYAGE We are pleased to extend bi wishes bo tile delegation of A.Z N boys who left for a Regional coi vention in Augusta. Ga. We a pleased that both contests were won from amidst our youngi members. Irving Ginsberg Miriam Bender. May they at the entire group return to midst inspired and encouraged I work further in their splen Horru WlaJcmcj. IoFu/n When you feel well. It is misery when you don't. Have you ever dragged through a day made miserable by a Headache, Neuralgia, Muscular Pains or Functional Menstrual Pains—a day when ordy your sense of duty kept you on the job? Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills Usually relieve Headaches. You will find them effective also in the relief of the other nagging pains mentioned above. A package of these prompt acting pain relievers may save you hours of suffering. Be prepared. Have Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills in the house. Rrt-alar Packacc 25 Tablet*. 25 Fronnmr Parkara 125 Table!.. $1.00 INSLRED:SAYI\CS MORTGAGE LOANS INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS DUDE FEDERAL MVlfiCi nno Lonn n550c.QT.0n OF mmmi 45 N. E. 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FRIDAY, DEO. 29, 1939 THE JEWWH PLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 A • RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 65S6 Indian Creek Drive—6-1266 630 N. E. 31st St.—2-B548 MIAMI BEACH MIAM | Kither or both o." the Rabbis will be In the Temple every mornlnjr. You may consul: with them on matters concerning the, Jewis community, or you.pc:sonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic haring 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 29th, 1939, 8:15 p. m. Sermon: "A IV culiar Treasure." by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Services conducted by Dr Jacob II. Kaplan. A reception f r members of the < '"!igreir:it't>n and for visitors will follow '.hi' sen i i -. ui dei the sponsorshi] rho d. S VBBATH MORNING SERVICES Saturday morning:, December 80th, 1939, 11:00 a. m. Services will be conducted by both Rabbis, with fhe participation of Dr. Frank Coret and Mr. B. W. Slote. HOSTESSES Hostesses at the Friday Evening Receptions were: For Friday evening Dec. 8th, 1939: Mrs. Phil Augustine. Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz, Mrs. Lewis Brown, Mrs. J. H. Cohen, Mrs. M. L. Cowen, Mrs. Joseph I.. Arkin. and Mrs. Mendel Cromer. For Friday evening, Dec. 15th. 1939: Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs. A. Fngler. Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Dora Colman. Mrs. Benjamin LeVine, Mrs. D. -T. Apte. Mrs. D. Eichengreen Mrs. II. A, Simon. Mrs. Leonard Kpstein. Mrs. Benjamin II. Kohn, Mr.--. Jacob II. Kaplan, Mrs. II. I. Homa and Mis. Mitchell Kuperberg. I '< p Friday evening:. 11 22 Mrs. Harry Kevins, Mrs. M rr's Dubler, Mrs. Joseph S. Garvett, Mi -. -I. Dami n I ein, Mrs, !:. W. \ ; .i,•. Mrs. Gus Feuer. Mrs. R. B. I11., lej Mrs. Sam S. Lavine and Mrs. M. C. Frank. IN MBMORIAM "May the Father of peace, send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will bo hallowed: Recently departed: Julius Kahn, father of Mr. A. L. Kahn; Charles Lerner, father of Mrs. B. W. Slote; Hyman Werblow, father FEDERATION WORKERS ENLIST FOR CAMPAIGN (Continued from Page One) A. Kaplan, Isadora Langner. Os. car Argintar. Lazar (irossberg, Julian Kurlander, M. Goldenblank, Abe Kronenfeld: Team No. 6, Co-Captains, William Shayne ami Sidney Segall; workers: Josi ph Alber Quadow, Nathan Adelman. Norman Weisman, Abe Aronovitz. Viet ir Ix-v!ne. Team No. 7. Leo Ackerman. Cap tain; workers: Ralph Kaplan. Jules Perlman, Joseph I. Davis. Harry Oliphant, Sidney Palmer, Leon Lieberman; Abe Schonfeld, Samuel Kanner. Morris RubinHenry Rabin. Team No. H, SAMUEL BLANK treasurer of the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds. of Dr. S Chas. Werblow. Yahrzeits: Edward Morton, brother of Mrs. Alex Miller; Norman I). Scheffreen, Inther "i' Mrs. M. I,. Marcus; Solomon Ri • 6r, father of Mrs. II. E. Kleiman; I eopold Ackerman, father of Mis. Leon Lichti ter and Mr. I., i Ai ki rman; Emma Stein, m ther of Mrs. [saa i Kaufman: Leon Yubas, father of Mrs. Isaac Wolkowsky. JANUARY MEETING OF TEMPLE ISRAEL • SISTERHOOD This Tuesday, January 2nd1939, at 2:30 p. m. Matters of utmost importance will be on the agenda, and members are especially urged to attend. An interesting program will be presented. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, president. Mrs. S. J. Kanner, Program Chairman. II. M. Drevich. Captain; workers: William Clein. Rev. H. M. Kagan, M. Rifas, Sam Silver; Team No. 10, Burnett Roth. Captain; workers: Nat Roth, Dave Rayvis, Louis Ze'entz, Harry Kanan. Daniel Sepler, Isaac Levin, Harry Gordon, Donald Lavigne, Harry Neham. Tlie < o chairmen for Miami Beach are Leo Eisenstein and Joseph M. Rose. Team No. 1, Harry Zukerniik. Captain; workers: Ben Ciller. Max 11. Friedson. Henry B. linger. l eder, Bernard Maverson. Henry Hohauser, Harry /.ant. Joseph Postal, Arthur Tr'ester. Le mard Gross. Herman Barnett; Team No. %  Max Feit, Cantain; work, era: T. Brenner. Osias I berg-, II. Goldman, Rev. M. Mam. I. Miller, Joseph Miller. R thai. -I Schi • %  N. Jam • • Ti nm N i, ". Willia i I. Feuer, Cai workers: .T. A. Cantor, I Friedman. S. A. Goi dman, Ma • I Thomson, Jean E. Roberts Mrs. Mollie Gald, Hildn G. Reis. ner, Mrs. Dorothv L. Man::. Sylvan Iszarus; Tei No, ~. Sol S. Cold-•trom. Captain; work err-: I "e Goudiss. Loirs Karl bach. Henrv II. Levitch. Jack Wucher, M. B*ndvr, Joseph Gordon. Charles Wcinstein. Abe Katz. Melv'n Pi-hards. Ben Cohen, Carl Gardner. Melvin Gohlstrom. Barney Rosen thai; Team No. fi. Charles S. Tobin. Captain: workers: Dave Kmmer. J. J. I.ippitt. John Mantell, Dan STAN TON HALl'ERT Associate chairman for Miami of the Junior Division. Daniels, Stanley Hodes; Team No. 8, Dr. Frank Coret, Captain; workers: Dr. Julius R. Pearson, Dr. Leonard II. Finn. Dr. Hairy 7.. Slverman; Team No. 9, J. Bernard Spector, Captain; work(Continued n Page Eight) WOLPtRT' fL'RWlTURE/ BARGAINS! —rn "Wi *i!u<* Tc Bo .Undersold" 155 W. FLACLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 fflJZjt as4fa, FAIRMONT'S DR. V. A. SPOTO Dentist ( Announces the removal of his offices from the University I Clinic in Coral Gables to 12 S. E. First Ave. j (Over Liggett*! Drug Store) Phone 2-3930 Kosher Killed Chicken* and Turkeys. Compare our Poultry and Prices at SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO. 317 IN. W. Fifth Street Rev. H. M. Kagan i* on duty every day. m Do You Own Yonr Home? Thert never wa* a better time than njw to build one The Liberal Financing Throupjn Federal Housing Administration Makes H Possible i;i'.me a call and I will Kladly nelp you to vet the best possible luluriiiatuin aa to Its plan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Ins. Agency 1015 Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-3151 •



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:.Z^-^i(Sm;^iM^£:;Sp!X'jKb IU B' I • I PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach f ward Klein, Mrs. M. J. KopeloAbrahams, Mrs. I. Marcus, Mrs. ton Sirkin, Mrs. Paul Chentoff witz, Mrs. Sidney Rauzin, Mrs.; Lena Mintzes. Mrs. Z. Le< furer Judge Aaron J. Levy, member of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, will be this week's guest speaker. He will speak on the subject "Amer:can Jewry's Mission." Judge Levy-^ known as one of the most brilliant legil minds of our time, and a very earnest Jew. His activities within and without many a Jew.sh organization has won him respect and admiration. Judge Levy has always had an overfloi|jr audience at our synagogue. We recommend you come early this %iriay night. Rabbi Mescheloff will introduce the speaker. Cantor Mamches will lead in the singing. Mizrachi J. N. F. Drive The Miami Beach Mizrachi. in addition to its recent drive to purchase trees for the Rabbi Mc'r Berlin Forest n Palestine, has just completed a J. X. F. ,1,-ive. The Chnnukah Latkeh party netted funds for approximately 7."> trees. The J. X. F. drive brought in close to $150.00. The following children helped in this drive, collecting over $5.00 each: Ronald Levy, Alfred Rosenberg, Myron Soil. Helen Rosenberg, Murry Solomon, Larry Kubin. Moses Grundwerg. Morris Djmal. Our Miami Beach M:zrachi is proud of this pioneering work in our community, and welcomes all interested men and women ta join our ranks. Wo welcome Mr. Max Xadler, Mizrachi national treasurer, into our community. ReliRj-ous School The first third examinations were held in all Sunday and daily classes during the past week. We are glad to report a very high rate of excellent marks in our .school. Our curriculum, exacting as it is. has been covered and absorbed by our children. We urge th s coming week so that they may this c >ming week sa that they may start at the beginning of our second third. Rabbi Max Schwartz of Hempstead I/ing Island, was our guest speaker at last Sunday's Asembly. He gave a very inspiring talk to the children which was roundly applauded. We wish to erpress our appreciation to him. The follow ng children participated in the assembly program: Barbara Epstein, Carol Schwartz, Charlotte Safra, Joyce Sussman. and Carol Schwartz. Congratulations We congratulate Mr. and Mrs. M. Cohen on the birth and brith of their baby. Louis. May they bring him up in happiness and health. L'Torah, L'Chuppa ul' Maasim Tovim. We congratulate Dr. Jacob CapIan on his birthday anniversary. May God give him many years of health and usefulness. We congratulate the following brides and grooms who were married off by our Rabbi last Sunday: Mr. Theodore Wruble and Miss Ruth Orlin. Mr. Jack Bell and Miss Freida Ranzer. Mr. Raymond Finhorn and Miss Pearl Hope Berman. May God grant them all long lives of wedded bliss, Habanoth Miami Beaih Habanoth will meet Monday night at 7:00 p. m. A report of their entertainment will be given. Discussion of the (Continued on Page Five) Weisman. Mrs. M. G. Kurman; i Team No. 11, M.^. M. Jacobs, i Sam Seitlin. Mrs. Saul Cohenj Team No. Ii, Mrs Morris Plant, Captain; workers: Mrs. .s Kahn, Team No. 6, Mrs. Tobias Simon, Miss Fsther Kahn. Mr-. 11. Spi. Captain; workers: Mrs. S. B vak. Mrs. Rubenstein Mrs. Chas. ; Berman, Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs' Greenste'n, Mrs. J. Seigel. Mrs.! Elias Freidus, Mrs. Jerome Good Frai Levenson, Mrs. B. Rifman, Mrs. M. Joseloff, Mrs. j os kn.l. Mr-.H. August, Mrs. Sam Lipton, Mrs. Harry Medoff, Mrs Harry Platoff. Mrs. Barnev Wein. kle. Mrs. Joseph WilliamsonTeam No. fi. Mrs. Moses Krieger! Captain; workers: Mrs. A. F Rbch. Mrs. Leon Elk'n, Mrs. William Feldman, Mrs. Harry KoretJacobs, Captain; workers: Mrs. I sky. Mrs. Malvina Lavino, Mrs. N. Slome. Mrs. B. Frackman. John Meyer. Mrs. R. Schwingeri Mrs. C. Oppenheim, Mrs. Harry i Mrs. Ben Turchin, Mr?. J. WolKaufman. Mrs. T. I>evien. Mrs. O.I kowsky, Mrs. Jack Wucher. Mr*. Adler. Mrs. H. A. Miller, Mrs. Freda Lutsky. Mrs. Gold : e Zeven Captain; workers: Mrs. Jack Stone, Mrs. Max Pepper, Mrs. Hillard Clein, Mrs. Joseph Scheinberg, Mis. Herbert Simon. Mrs. William Wilkins, Mrs. Joseph Weintraub, Mrs. Dan Ruskin. Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mrs. Max Orovitz; Team No. 4, Mrs. Ida Optner. Captain; workers: Mrs. Joseph Garvett, Mrs. Sam Getzug, Mrs. M. R. Cohn. Mrs. M. M. Newman, Mrs. M. L. Cowen, Mrs. Sam Katz, Mrs. Herman Wronker. Mrsi M. Davis, Mrs. Nathan Markowitz, Mrs. Hazel Reichenbach; Team No. 5. Co.Capta'ns, Mrs. Leonard Abes? and Miss Alice Apte; workers: Mrs. Charles Stern. Mrs. H. U. Fe'bel. man, Mrs. William Lehman, Mrs. Eriich. Co-i'littirman of the Women's Division for Miami Beach is Mrs. Max Dobrin. Team No. 1Mrs. Maurice J. Diener. Mrs. E. Friedman. Mrs. Julius Pearson; Team No. 2, Mrs. David Friedman. Mrs. I'. Shobow; Team No. 7, Mrs. Har Laura Goldstein. Mrs. Sam LevMrs. Maurice Feinberg, Mrs. I enson, Mrs. D. J. Apte, Mrs. Radoff. Miss Fern I'ramer. Mrs. Mrs. Sidney I.. Weintraub. Capry Zukernick, Captain; workers: tain; workers: Mrs Sam Blank. Mrs. Bea Rosenbaum, Mrs. Franres Friedman, Mrs. Rose SchaefFEDERATION WORKERS ENLIST FOR CAMPAIGN (Contiiued from Page Seven) ers: Milton R. Feller, Walter Kovner, Irving Nathanson, Arthur A. Kimmel, A. Albert Green, Milton R. Mannheimer, Arthur M. Shandloff, Godfrey K. Newman. General Chairman of the Women's Division is Mrs. Stanley c. Myers, co-chairman for Miami is Mrs. Monte Selig. Team No. 1, Co-Captains, Mrs. Benjamin I,e Vine and Mrs. Isaac Levin; workers: Mrs. Irv. ing E. Greenfield, Mrs. Samuel R senblum .Mrs. Douglas Raff. Mrs. Abe Rubin. Mrs. Morris Sal oman, Mrs. Lewis Brown, Mrs. George Gerson. Mrs. Alvin Gassell. Mrs. J. Barbash; Team No. 2, Co-Captains, Mrs. Elry Stone and Mrs. Max Steuer; workers: Mrs. George Adler. Mrs. Mendel Cromer, Mrs. Henry Beilbrunn, Mrs. Hyman Kaplan, Mrs. EdO'ENIN* THE DEC. 21, THROUGH MIAMI) FRIENDLY RACECOURSE Anna Gordon. Mrs. M. Alvin Cone; Team No. 6, Co-Captains, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Mrs. Harry Oliphant; workers: Mrs. L. J. Hartz. Mrs. William Robinson. Mrs. George Goldberg. Mrs. Nat Zalka. Mrs. Milton Weiner. Mrs. Max Shapiro. Mrs. Isidore Fine, Mrs. Sam Luby, Mrs. Henry Steig, Mrs. Joseph M. Fine; Team No. 7. Mrs. Irvin Seigel. Captain; workers: Mrs. Ann r-'astroff. Mrs. Bernard Sedon, Mrs J. Louis Rifas. Mrs. Jack Pnllot. Mrs. Charles Beckwitt, Mrs. Sadie Wemberg, Mrs. I. Langer. Mrs. Ben Kandel, Mrs. Harry Orl^n Mrs. Jennie Rotf >rt. Mrs. Harry Schwartz. Team Xo. S. Mrs. Harry Rubin, Captain; workers: Mrs. Hugo Shonberg, Mrs. Sam Simonhoff. Mrs. Joseph Richter. Mrs. Philip Segal. Mrs. Philip Weinstein. Mrs. J. C. Cohen, Mrs. Herbert Sher, Mrs. Louis Letaw. Mrs. Rose Raff; Team No. !, Co-Cap. tains. Mrs. Gordon Davis and Mrs. Herman I. Homa; workers: Mrs. Rubin Clein. Mrs. Al Dub. bin, Mrs. Samuel Estroff, Mrs. J. L. Jacobstein. Mrs. A. Kronen. feld, Mrs. J. Kronenfeld, Mrs. I. Wolkowsky. Mrs. Sam Zinkow, Mrs. Herman Wall, Mrs. Joseph Lichtenstein, Mrs. Jerome Freehling; Team No. 10. Mrs. Henry Scii'in, Ciptnin; workers: Mrs. I. Hoffman, Mrs. Sarah Shaooff, Mrs. Annie Tager. Mrs. Sarah Rhoda Irvine. Mrs. Edward Roth. Mrs. Ethel Rothlein. Mrs. William Shayne, Mrs. Elias Bloomgarden; Team No. 4. Co-Captains. Mrs. Benjamin K. Bron. ston and Mrs. I>eo Fisenstein; workers: Mrs. Harold Spaet. Mrs. Mortimer Wein. Mrs. Sid. ney Wein, Mrs. Milton Travers, Mrs. Henry Hohauser. Mr*. Sam Kanner. Mrs. Ben Kohl. Mrs. D, Friedkin, Mrs. Stanley Jacobs, Mrs. A. Yenken. Mrs! Jos. M. Rose. Mrs. Ben Yenken; Team No. 3. Co-Captains. Mrs. Marvin Bronner and Mrs. Samuel Haher; workers: Mrs. Fd. Cowen. Mrs. Hillel Rosenthal. Mrs. Gertrude I.achs Mrs. Herbert Kleiman. Mrs. Norman Liebling, Mrs. Mil. fer. Mrs. Freda Baum. Mr-. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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VOL. 12 NO. ;V_.
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DKC -J'.i. !!:(!
PRICE 10 CENTS
Wise Address Sounds Keynote
For Federation Campaign
"Give More.... The Needs
Are Greater," Capacity Crowd Told
Addressing an overflowing au- j
dience at Temple Israel last Wed-
nesday night, which filled every
available seat, and had people
standing in the aisles and- outer
halls, Stephen A. Wise, in a bril-
liant dramatic appeal sounded the
keynote for the forthcoming; 1940
Federati n drive, which will start
January 7th.
"Give, Give your utmostg've
generouslywholeheartedly give
because the needs are greater th <
year than ever before." was the
message Dr. Wise urged unon thci
Jewish Community of Greater
Miami in a fervent plea, wherein
he stressed conditions affecting
the Jews all over the W rid. As
greatly laud ng Roosevelt, and
naming him a= one of the greatest
Presidents and human tartans this
country has ever had. and who is
always active and in the forefront
for the cause of civilization, so
greatly did he condemn H tier and
Stalin, terming them images of
men. but actually nothing more
than beasts. He c ted numerous
uncivilised acts that were made
against the Jews in Nazilnnd. the
lack of food and bare necessities
of life, of Ghettos, of destruction
and seizure of property, of the con-
stant terror facing them. He
spoke of Palestine, wherein he be-
1 eves lies a great future for the
Jewish people, despite the recent
issuance of the "White Paper" by
Great Brita:n.
With "Federation supporting
thirty-eight worthwhile, needing
organizat ons, Greater Miami Jew-
ry cannotmust notwill not fail
in this tremendous undertaking."
Dr. Wise said re-emphisizing "that
the need'- are greater this year
than ever before."
Dr. Wise who made a spec's!
trip to Miami for this occasion-
Polish Jews
Again Harassed
WILNO (WNS)Continued ex-
cesses against Jews in Nazi-oc
copied Poland were reported here
by reliable sources which told of
Nazi measures designed to har
rass Jews for the slightest "prov-
ocation." Executions, fines, ar-
rests, deportations and expul-
sions have decimated Jewish com-
munities in Polish cities and
towns controlled by the Nazis.
A trustworthy source reported
the execution of 53 Jews in the
Nalewki quarter of Warsaw, ac-
cused of hiding a Jew who al-
legedly shot a Polish policeman.
A "fine" of 300.000 zlotys ($60.-
00 at pre-war rates) was also im-
posed on the Jewish community
which paid the levy in the allott-
ed time of three days. Further-
more, the advices said, the Nazis
warned the board of the Jewish
community that 1,000 Jews would
be executed in the event of the
(smallest further "Jewish provo-
cation."
Noted Juris* To
Address Inaug-
ural Banquet
Dr. Manfred Arie. noted Vien
nese jurat and profound student
of Jewish problems will be the
main speaker at the Workers' Ban-
quet f the Gr >ater Miami Federa
of Jewish Welfare Fund?
Saturday evening at 8 o' l< ek at
the Hotel Evans. Inaugurating the
1940 Fed rati n Drive.
With a keen ins ght into the
problems of Jewry throughout the
world Dr, Are his long studied
the situat; n of the Jews in Euro-
pean lands and several years ago
travelled to Palestine, to acquaint
himself better with the position of
the Jews there.
has been in the Rabbinate for more
than forty-six years, and is con-
sidered today as one of the out-
standing Jews of the world. He
is honorary Cha rmar. of the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal for Refugees
and Overseas Needs.
Dr.. Wise was introduced by-
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, with
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi
Max Shapiro delivering the invo-
cat'on and benedicti n. respectiv-
ely. Brief addresses were made
by Stanley ('. Myers, President
and Baron de H rsch Meyer- cam
paign chairman.
The 1940 quota of $109.R.r.O. is
B great increase over the sum of
$83,470 raised during 1930, but it
i- made necessary by the unpre-
cedented demands upon the Wel-
fare funds throughout the country
to support the requirements of
overseas agencies. In add tion to
these Federation will contribute
toward the support of local, reg
ional and national agencies,
More than 500 men and women
workers have enrolled and will
canvass the Jewish families in
the Greater Miami area to afford
each and every Jew and Jewess
the opportunity to contribute.
The Big Gifts Committee has
been receiving splendid resopnses
the reports of which will be an-
nounced shortly.
ONE MILLION FRANCS
FOR REFUGEE RELIEF
PARIS (WNS)The Jewish
Coordinating Relief Committee,
established by the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee to organize and
supervise free kitchens and other
relief for East European Jews in
France, announced here that one
million francs monthly are re
qu.red to provide food for ref-
ugees affected by the war. Ninety
per cent of the Coordinating com-
mittee's budget is supplied by
the Joint Distribution Committee.
Workers Pledge Aid
As Drive Nears
Breakfast To Honor
Sachar, National
Hillel Director
The Greater Miami Federa-
tion of Jewish Welfare Funds
lias announced the complete
roster, to date, of workers who
have enlisted, and with their
team captains are meeting
continuously, making prepa-
rations for the Federation
drive whjch will start Jan-
uary 7th. Additional work
ers enrolling daily are pledg-
ing their active aid in the
solicitation of funds.
General Chairman of the
Men's division is Mr. l-'.lry
Stone and eo chairman for
Miami is Mr. M. J. Kopelo-
w it/.
Go-Captains of Team No. 1:
E. Albert Pallot and J. Aron Ab-
bot; workers: Albert S. Dub
bin, Ely R. Katz, N. Doug Raff.
M. S. Saloman. v Harold Turk,
Marx Feinberg, Benjamin Le-
Vine, David Lemelman. Henry
Wolfe, Leon Green, Sam Lipton,
Arthur Rifas. Sam Seitlin, Al-
bert E. Berkeley. Geo. Schwartz,
Alvin Cassell Gus Feuer, Herbert
Kleiman; Team No, 2, Matthew
S. Bandler, Captain; workers:
Milton Friedman. Lew Saffano-
witz, Herman Waitsman- Henry
Gabbe, Fred Shochet, Leonard
Jacobus, H. H. Fan-. Harry Mark-
owitz, Barney Kraft. Jack Green.
Harry S. Schwartz, Harry Kane
A. J. Tobin; Team No. :!. Co.
Captains, Dr. Max Popper and
Dr. Albert K. Rsenthal; work
ers: Dr. Alfred Augustine. Dr.
Max Augustine. Dr. Milton S.
Saslaw, Dr. Charles Werblow.
Dr. George Gerron, Dr, A. F.
Friedman, Dr. Stanley Frehling.
Dr. Harold Rand. Dr. If. I'. Trav.
ers, Dr. Philip Weinstein; Team
No. 1. Co.Captains, Leon Elkin
and Sam Silver; worker-.: Sam
P. Greenberg. Arnold Rubin. An.
son Dreisen. N-rman Lyons. Ely
Levin, Ben Marder. Joe Mechlow,
Harold Tannen. Milton Wasman.
Jerome Wcinkle: Team No. 5,
Mendel Scheinhorg. Captain;
workers: Meyer Schwartz. Sam
Katz, Jack Pallot. Victor Levine,
(Continued on Page Seven)
Nazis Held
Jewish Leaders
Delay Action
On White Paper
LONDON' (WNS)Prior to his
departure for the United States
on December 29. Dr. Chaim Weiz-
man was assured by Government
officials that no action regarding
the Palestine White Paper would
be taken during his absence from
London, it was learned here.
Dr. Weizmann, president of the
Jewish Agency for Palestine and
the World Zionist Organization, is
expected to inform American
Zionist leaders of all developments
in the political situation, the prin-
cipal purpose of his visit, however,
being to secure increased economic
support for the Jewish homeland
from American Jews.
Two major developments in the
Holy Land may receive support
from Jews in the United States, in-
formed sources observed, both of
Arriving in Miami Beach for a
brief visit,, Dr. Abram L. Sachar.
National Director of B'nai B*rith
Hillel foundations, will address
greater "Miami's B'nai B'rith
Sholem Lodge Sunday morning
at 10:30 a. m. at a breakfast at
the White House Hotel. 1451 Ocean
Drive Miami Beach, especially
called so that Ben Briths in this
area may hear this br Uiant
speaker.
During the past summer the or-
bit of the Hillel F undation pro
gram was cons'derably widi n d
Eighteen new colleges and univers-
ities includ ng Florida received
the Hillel technique through a cave
fully planned extension serv'ec.
More than six thousand rtudents
were added to the ten thousand
who already benefit fr m the op-
eration of the twelve full-fledged
Foundations which serve the larg
est American universities. The
extension program answered a
long felt need.
The opening of the college sea
son coincided nearly everywhere
with the High Ho'y Days and the
Hillel Foundations performed
their first service of the year ac-
commodating thousands of stud-
ents. The contribution t ) the al
leviation of refugee distress s an-
other feature in which Hillel has
made a (rood coitrihuti in.
Three and one-half years of re-
search and writing, snatched from
busy Foundation routine, were con-
cluded recently by Dr. Sachar
when his new volume on contemp-
orary Jewish history went to press.
It will appear in January under the
title, "Sufferance is the Badge."
It covers the story of Jewish life
in every land since the first world
war. I; was completed four times,
but each time it was ready for
press Hitler went on a rampage
and tore through several chapters.
The volume w 11 serve as a kind
of sequel to Dr. Sachar's earlier
work. "A History of the Jew
which is now in its eighth print-
ing.
Dr. Sachar will leave Monday to
return 11 Champaign, Illiois where
he makes his headquarters at the
University of Illinois.
which have the particular concern
of Dr. Weizmann: 1) Developmert
of the pharmaceutical industry in
Palestine which Dr. Weizmann be-
lieves holds out excellent pros-
pects, particularly because of the
possibility of capturing German
markets in the Near East; and 2)
Establishment of a citrus by-pro-
ducts industries, one of the results
of which would be the strengthen-
ing of citrus-growing, Palestine's
largest industry.
It is also expected that Dr. Weiz-
mann's visit to the United States
may result in wider participation
of non-Zionists in the Jewish
Agency.
PARIS (WNS)Jewish leaders
ir Poland were being arrested by
Nazis who released them only af-
ter payment of stipulated sums of
nvoi.ey in foreign currency by the
local Jewish communities, it was
learned here. Information about
mistreatment of Jews .n various
sections, of Nazi Poland continued
to pour in, official circles said.
"Epidemics of typhoid and pneu-
monia are said to be raging in
Warsaw and I.ubl n. particularly
among the Jews as a result of
overcrowding, lack of food and if
'equate clothing for protection
ngninst the intense cold. Little
med'eal a:d is available and the
.',( w- are excluded from all public
h snitab, Thev arc n! > forbidden
to buv cloth"8. boots or bread. No
i >al '< BUDplied them, with the re-
sult that they are iblicred to use
furniture they have left for fire-
wood."
Official Pol'sh circles also rc-
norted that Nazis were confiscati-
ng Jewish and Polish property in
Posen and other parts of Poland
which Hitler has annexed as Ger-
man provinces. In Posen. no Pole
is permitted to trade any longer,
it was said. "liquidation of the
entire Polish commerce is practic-
ally completed and everything is
passing into German hands."
The Nazis in Lodz are subject-
ing the Jews to a "war of nerves"
bv alternately telling them that
they will not be sent to the Lublin
"reservation," since Ix>dz is now
considered a province of Germay.
and then warning them to l.-Me
I odz before Marsh 1, when expul-
sion of Jews to Lublin will be re-
sumed. Seaming and plundering'
of Jewish homes continues in Ix)dz
where the Morolhav Heshalutz col-
ony, a harhsharah (training) farm,
has been d ssolved by the Gcetapo.
The reports further disclose
that several leaders of the Jewish
commun ty in Lodz have been sent
to jail in Radagosz. where the
Nazi authorities have announced
that their release can only be se-
cured on payment of foreign cur-
rency.
HIAS Opens
Local Office
The Hebrew Immigrant and
Sheltering Aid Society better
known as the HIAS has announced
the opening of an office in M ami
to aid Immigrants upon their ar-
rival in the Un ted States from
Cuba, and for National Refugee
Service. The office will be locat-
ed at 401 Congress Building with
an experienced director in charge.
The HIAS has its national of-
f ce in New York City and i one
of the most active organization*
today in,Immigration and Refugee
work. They facilitate and super-
vise passage of refugees from one
destination to another and have
shelter's at various places through-
out the world where food and lodg-
ing is given them. Among the
many HIAS activities are educa-
tional classes and information bu-
reaus.
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THE JEWISH FLORID)AN
FRIDAY, DEC. 29, 1939
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES *
RAY U. SIIOCHET, Society Editor
t
CELEBRATE
ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Wilson of
328 S. W. 15th Ave., will cele-
brate their thirty-sixth wedding
anniversary December 2i>th. They
will b<' honored at a party given
by their son and daughter-in-law
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wilson and
son Billy, at a New Year's eve
party at the Hotel Evans. Out
of town quests who will attend
are Mrs. H. Bettman. mother of
Mrs. Sol Wilson. Miss Leonore
Halpert. and Mr. and Mrs. D. Hal-
pern, all of Jacksonville, and Dr.
Sidney Halpcrn of Miami.
VISIT
MIAMI
Mrs. Daniel Kurland accompan-
ied by her son Samuel and her
niece Claire Shavrick of Balti-
more. Md.. arriv.il Tuesday by
train to visit in Miami as the
house guests of Mrs. Ethel
Shochel and family.
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VISITORS
TO MIAMI
Mrs. Samuel W. Wohlstadter,
accompanied by her daughter
Rosalyn, who is a Btudei I ai
New York University, of New
York are visiting in Miami Beach
as the gnests of her daughter
and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Turk of 1568 Meridian Ave.,
Miami Beach.
ill
VACATION IN
MIAMI
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gross-
man, 1419 S. W. 5th St.. have as
their house guests their niece and
nephew. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mirel-
man of New York, and Mrs.
Grossman's sister. Miss Ethel
Weitz of Union City. New Jersey.
VISIT
HERE
Miss Goldie Klujrman of Sa-
vannah. Ga.. is visiting in Miami
as the house guest of Miss Rosa-
lyn Friedman of 1037 S. W. 2nth
Ave. Accompanying Miss Khig-
man was Miss Minnie Nathan
who is visiting with her sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
George Stone. Miss Ethel Nelson
of Daytona Beach will arrive I treasurer, will also speak. De-
Saturday to visit with Miss Fried-] tails will be announced at a later
man for the week end. date.
SPINOZA
LECTURES HEARD
Dr. Joseph M. Osman. disting-
uished New York Psychologist,
addressed the Spinoza Group last
Saturday afternoon on the Psy-
chology of Personality. Next
Saturday afternoon the Group
will meet as usual on the lawn
at 1059 Collins Ave.. Miami Reach.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
lecture on Thomas Mann's "Jo-
seph's Bretheren."
The Group will gather early
to hear the first two acts of the
Opera. Rabbi Zwitman will
speak at 3:30 p. m. All are wel-
come.
Sunday evening. Jan. 7th. the
Spinoza Group will celebrate the
5th anniversary of the Spinoza
Croup with a dinner at Frames
K. Powell's Dining Room, at the
Albion Hotel. 311 Lincoln Road
Miami Heath. Rabbi Zwitman
will be toastmaster. All an
vited to attend.
IRRIVES
FOR VISIT
Mr. Jerry Rand of Indianap lis.
Indiana, is visiting in Miami with
hi- brother Dr. Harold Rand, for
two weeks.
VISITING
HERE
Mrs. Sam Goldstein of Bethlem.
Pa., is visiting in Miami with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Moses
Pallot.

MIZRACHI
EVENTS PLANNED
Saturday evening January 21st
a gala Melavah Malka and Recep-
tion will bo sponsored in honor of
Mr. Joseph Margoshes, Jewish
journalist and renowned student
of Chassidic Folklore, at the Y.
M. H. A. Clubrooms. A musical
program will be presented and re-
freshments; served.
Sunday night January 2Rth
Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein. nation
al Vice President of Mizraehi. will
inaugurate the series of Forums
to be sponsored by the local chap-
ter. Mr. Max Nadler, national
ENGAGEMENT
ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kronenfeld
announce the engagement of their
daughter Jeanette to Herbert
Simon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herb-
ert A. Simon of Miami and
Washington. D. C.
Miss Kronenfeld was graduat-
ed from Edison Senior High
School and attended the Florida
State College for Women. She
Wrubel was entertained at
miscellaneous shower by Mrs.
M ises Mi heloff and Mrs. Harry
Saslow.
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is president of Junior Hadassah
and is active iii other social cir-
cles. Mr. Simon was graduated
from Miami Senior High School
and is associated in the real es-
tate business with his father.
The wedding date has not been
set.
Mr. and Mrs. Kronenfeld in
honor of their daughter's engage-
ment and their 22nd wedding an-
niversary, will entertain at an
open house Sunday evening De-
cember 31st between the hours of
7 and 10 p. m. All friends are
cordially invited to attend.

MARRIAGE
TAKES PLACE
The wedding of Miss Ruth Ann
Orlin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Orlin. to Theodore Wrubel
son of Mr. and Mrs Jacob Wrubel
of Pittsfcon, Pa., was held Sunday
December 24th on the lawn of the
bride's home at 625 Michigan
Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Mosei
Mescheloff officiated and Cantor
Maurice Mamehes sang the tra-
ditional bridal songs. Miss
Guitelle Wrubel. sister of the
groom, was maid of honor and
Mr. Sydney Orlin. brother of the
bride was best man. Mr. an 1
Mrs. Wruble are both graduates
of the University of Alabama.
The couple will reside in Pitts
ton, Pa., where Mr. Wrubel is en-
gaged in business.
Prior to her marriage Mrs.
B'NAl B'RITH
TO INSTALL OFFICERS
Elaborate plans are being
ma*le for the Annual Installation
Banquet of the B'nai B'rith.
which is to be held at the Hotel
Evans in Miami Beach, on Tues-
day, January 9, 1940, at 8:00 p.m.
The Banquet Committee, head-
ed by Harold Turk, is cent acting
every member of B'nai B'rith and
the Ladies Auxiliary in the hope
of securing immediately their
early reservations. The seating
arrangements will depend upon |
, the order in which reservations
I are received.
Assisting Mr. Turk on the
Committee are Brothers Jack
Abbott. Burnett R 'th, Ely Katz,
Max Pepper. Rudy Adler. The
Committee appointed by Mrs.
Isaac Levin, Pr< sident of the
Ladies Auxiliary, includes: Mes-
Sadie Weinberg. Isaai
Levin, Milton Saslaw, Ji 1 Rol
fort. A. H. Mill r, Joseph A. B r
man. G< 01 ire < Idberg, and
Frieda Godwin.
The principal speaker will be
announced in a Special Bulletin
to be issued to the membership.
At the present time, it is hoped
that a person of maximum im-
portance will accept the invita-
tion.

VISITS IN
MIAMI BEACH
Mr. and Mrs. Sol E. Kopelowitz
and daughter Golda June of Clay-
ton St. Louis, Missouri are visit-
ing in Miami Beach where they
will remain until the end of Jan-
uary. They will be joined Jan-
uary 1st by another daughter.
Aarolyn, graduate of Washington
University, who is spending New
Year's eve in New York.
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evening
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REGULAR
MEETING HELD
At the first regular
of the Detroit Sunshine
Miami held at Charles
Miami Beach. Tuesday
December l'.Uh. Mrs.
Strauss, president. announced
that plans for the moonlight ride
aboard the Silver Moon to be
held Wednesday January 3 have
been completed. A f! or
dancing and various card .
will be presented. Tickets may
be obtained from members and all
desiring to attend are requ
to make reservations in ad\ II e
as they are limited.

RETURN
TO CITY
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Eisi
returned to Miami Beach
a six months' stay in Bi l
Hills, Calif rnia.

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W. Thirteenth St.. ha
her brother Mr. I'
fitz. principal of on
in New York, and her -
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
>9
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BJJtON)
WE'RE TELLING YOU
Finest piece of indirection we have seen in u long time
conies from the pen of an American correspondent in a Euro-
pean country, who writes: "There is plenty of coal here and
the people are happy and loyal to the regime; almost as much
coal and loyalty and happiness as in the llarlan, Kv\, coal
fields" That's telling the censor where to get off .
AVinchell has a new definition of dictatorship, reading: "A
place where public opinion can't even he expressed privately"
. Xeal O'llara points out that when Hitler clamors for more
living space for the Germans he forgets to explain why Goering's
vast estates and hunting lodges, which could accommodate tens
of thousands of people, are vcrhoten territory for the German
masses Herbert Kline and Pete Mayer have hrought hack
from Europe a splendid film .they Shot in England, Poland and
Danzig ... It will he called "Lights Out in Europe" and is
a most human story of pre-war days and of the first days of
it he Nazi Blitzkrieg in Poland Did you notice that the
Jewish "White Book" published by the World Jewish Congress
revealed that the Nazis had planned large-scale programs
throughout Germany after the attempt on Hitler's life,
hut canceled them because of pressure brought to hear by the
Soviet Ambassador at Berlin? The laugh of the week is
provided by one George Trauler's revelation that Hitler's
.schoolmates in Braunau regarded the future Fuehrer as a Jew
. "I'm ashamed to say it now," Trauler confessed, "But wc
kids used to taunt Adolf for being a Jew-boy That would
make him white with fury" .
DID YOU KNOW
The first address in the new Honolulu synagogue, the first
Jewish house of worship in the mid Pacific area, was delivered
last summer by Lewis Browne, who was in the Islands giving
a lecture course at Hawaii University Browne, from whom
a new book should be due soon, is the fellow whom H. G. Wells
considers the best interpreter of Jewish history ... In March
he will give a series of lectures at Columbia University .
Those who object to the coming of refugees to this country
should read the story of Fritz Casten, who had become a
millionaire in the grocery business in Berlin Casten arrived
in Amerca wth only $500 left of all his fortune, and with this
nest-egg built up a prosperous business in four years .
Recently he diedand left $20,000 to the City of New York, as
a token of gratitude for the hospitality and opportunity it had
given him ... A group of European refugee stage artists is
launching "The Theatre in Exile" in New York They
hope to make it a permanent organization ... If it hadn't been
for the personal opposition of President Roosevelt there would
by now be a law demanding that everybody in the country
be fingerprinted at regular intervals .
LISTEN HERE
A fine bunch of scallions goes to Abbot Chao-Kung, better
known as Ignatius Trebitsch Lincoln, whose life as an inter-
national spy is known the world over Born (we arc
ashamed to confess) a Hungarian Jew, he is now head of
the "Tibetan Buddhist supreme masters" in Shanghai, and
though he threatens Europe with a mysterious doom if its
governments don't stop warring, he defends the Japanese
onslaught on China Add to your list of anti-Semitic organ-
izations the Federation for Nordic Revival .. Ostesibly it is
simply an organization for Americans of Scandinavian descent.
but its official slogan is "to defend Aryan culture and to
build a great American monument of liberation under the
swastika" All of which brings us to the question: Why
is there a swastika near the Jersey side of the Lincoln Tunnel?
THIS AND THAT
Abe Goldberg, Hebrew and Yiddish writer and Zionist, is
now at work on a 700-page opus in English, which wiU contain
seventy-five essays on the most representative contemporary
Jewish writers, artists, scientists, philanthropists and other
public figures How ephemeral fame is was illustrated when
the reports of the death of Dr. Leo Wiener, the philologist.
jdid not mention that he was the father of one of the most
amazing infant prodigies of the country, Norbert Wiener, who
graduated from college at the age of fourteen and achieved
his Ph.D. in mathematics at the age of eighteen Incidentally,
how come that Dr. Weiner was buried from a Unitarian
Church? H. M. Warner, who's the chairman of the Holly-
wood commnuity chest fund, is indignant because the motion
picture stars don't contribute enough .
THE Y. M. H. A.
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Congre-
gation Beth David of Miami, will
leave Saturday night by train for
Washington, D. C to attend the
Conference of United Palestine-
Appeal to be held January 6th
and 7th as a representative of the
Greater Miami Zionist District.
Rabbi Shapiro will visit in New
York prior to the conference.
LEGISLATOR ADDRESSES
WOMAN'S AUXILIARY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU
AM) YOU AND YOU [
o
Y. M. H. A. New Years Party
At Hotel Evans
With the splendid progress
made by this organization since
its inception in 1932, the memb-
ers and friends of the Y. M. H. A.
will have due reason to celebrate
this, our 8th birthday- with a
New Year's Eve party at the
beautiful Evans Hotel. 10th St.
and Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
Sunday night December .list. The
brothers. Irving and Arthur
Evans, have left no stone unturn-
ed in assuring all of those pres-
ent of a first class cuisine plus
excellent dance music and a fine
floor show. The entire Evans
Hotel, less the rooms, have been
turned over to the Y. M. H. A.
and its guests.
One of the main features of
the evening will be moving pic-
tures in technicolor taken at our
ihiiirttiliiHiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiitiiiHmiimn
most outstanding show in the
history of the Greater Miami
area.
At the time of this writing,
Nick Kenny, the genius behind
our CAVALCADE OF STARS, is
speeding rapidly toward the
Magic City to take full charge
of the show. That is all we can
tell you now. Watch these col-
umns next week for more com-
plete details.
News Around the Town
Our Congrats to Rabbi Jacob
H. Kaplan of Temple Israel, who
celebrated his birthday December
2fith We are glad to see so
many of our Y. M. H. A. boys
actively working as captains and
helpers in the Federation drive.
Among them are: Al Pallot, Jack
Abbott. Sidney Segall. Milton
Friedman, Matty Bandler, and
Bill Shayne. Good luck boys .
For ye bowlers who are par-
8th Annual Dance which will be Pa8 l the Y. M. H. A.
shown to all those present at the [ Bowling- League, the medals are >n
New Year's Eve party by our ace
their way and plans are now be-
Herman (M.G.M.) j in* made for a bn. time thev will be distributed ,
The Hon. Bernard Austen, mem- j
ber of the New York State Legis-
lature will be the guest speaker
at the regular cultural meeting;
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation's Ladies Auxiliary
Tuesday evening January 2nd in
the Synagogue. 1545 S. W. 3rd
St.. Miami. The Hon. Mr. Austen
is known for his abiding interest
in all things Jewish and Religious
and has visited Europe this past
summer studying conditions of
our people. Himself an observant
Jew and a devoted student of Tal-
mudic Law, Mr. Austen will bring
to his hearers a message of mean-
ing and momentousness. He will
speak under the auspices of the
Mizrachi Women who will present
this program. There is no admis-
sion charge and the public is cor-
dially invited to attend.
Our genial Executive Director,
Maurice Grossman, will be cele-
brating his birthday on the last
day of this year. The age. to be
sure, is 46 years. He extends
a cordial invitation to all his
cameraman
Wailsman.
We urge all of you who have
failed to make your reservations
to date, to do so immediately if
you are desirous of spending this
joyous occasion with us. Call
Maurice Grossman at the "Y",,
o ,,>lfl u e u o .ion friends to join him at his birtn-
3-4012 or Harrv Schwartz. 2-4429. ., ...
day party at the Evans Hotel on
that night Bring your own
rattles and bottles Congrats
to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jacobs,
on December 8th lasta poten-
tial candidate for the presidency
of the Y. M. H. A. is born ....
Congrats to Mr. and Mrs. William
Pallot (nee Alberta Tannenbaum)
who were married at a beautiful
wedding ceremony last Sunday
evening. Mazol Tov and good
luck.
Cavalcade of Stars To Be
Held January 30th
Here's the news all of you have
been waiting for THE CAV-
ALCADE OF STARS. This year
the annual extravaganza of out-
standing stars of screen, radio
and stage in this vicinity, will
gather at the Plaza Theatre,
Miami Beach on Tuesday night,
(midnight) January 30th. 1940.
to give the greatest, biggest.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1939
VOLUME 12 NUMBER 52
OUR DUTY
For the past several weeks the Jewish Floridian has been
devoting a great portion of its columns to news about Federa-
tion and its forthcoming 1940 Campaign for welfare funds.
Whether or not it has succeeded in making Greater Miami
Federation conscious, whether sufficient interest and enthus-
iasm has been aroused to make the drive the success it must
be, whether the Jewish community has been awakened enough
to realize their duty to themselves and their fellow-Jews, is
something that remains to be seen.
Too much emphasis cannot be placedwe cannot repeat
enoughthe success with unity, the benefits by co-operation,
the advantages of self-protection, the joy received by serving
those unable to serve themselvesA fate decreed not by their
own hands, and a fate unless we take heed, we too, may have
to face.
The Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds
has set a budget of $109,850 as a fair and minimum share
which must be raised in order to barely cope with the present
day "greater needs" for local and overseas causes. It is
but natural when we think of the present tragic plight of our
fellow Jews abroad, we think mostly in terms of their physical
suffering of hunger, starvation, rooflessness and nakedness.
We reprint a few headlines picked at random from our news
releases:
"Congress 'White Book" Charges 250,000 Jews Wiped
Out in Nazi Poland; One Million Polish Jews Completely
Pauperized By Nazis."
"Nazis Officially List 120,000 Jews Dead in Poland;
60,000 Die From Epidemics in Concentration Camps."
"Refugee Confirms Reports of Rapings by Nazi Soldiers."
"Expulsion of Austrian Jews Set For Jan. 1st; Excesses
Continue."
"Soviet Sentences Rabbi to 9 Years Imprisonment."
The upheaval as evidenced by the above has created a
situation the consequences of which may have tragic and dis-
asterous effects upon the future of World Jewry as a whole.
The war has intensified the needs of our pople. Three million
Jews in Poland alone, have been caught in the vise of Hitlerism.
Federation in its forthcoming campaign is striving to
take care of our share of this sacred obligation.
Max L. Berges, dedicating his book "Cold Pogrom,"
to aroused Jewry writes, "You, too, must do your share in
the world wide struggle against injustice, intolerance, and
against the suppression of all personal liberties in which we
as ardent democrats and civilized beings believe."
Need More Be Said?
Dr. Abram L. Sachar. National
Director of the Hillel Foundati na
sponsored by B'nai B'rith. is in
our midst on a temporary visit.
Ix)cal Ben Briths are very fortun-
ate, indeed, in having Dr. Sachar
visit us at this time.
Dr. Sachar is a national figure
in Jewish life, and his brilliant per-
sonality has been a vital force in
the growth and development of
B'nai B'rith nationally. Under the
able leadership and guidance, the
vision and foresight of this great
man, the expansion of the Hillel
Foundation Program has made
rapid strides during the past dec-
ade.
Sholom Lodge has arranged a
breakfast at the Whitehouse Hotel,
1451 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach,
for Sunday morning. December
31st at 10:30, at which time Dr.
Sachar has consented to address
the local group. Every brother in
Sholom Lodge should take advant-
age of this opportunity. Dr. Sachar
former head of the English His-
tory Department at the University
of Illinois, was regarded as the
most brilliant lecturer on the fac-
ulty at that institution. Brothers,
do not m:ss this wonderful oppor-
tunity. Do mt forget, this Sunday
morning at the Whitehouse Hotel.
This is to remind you again to
make your reservations for the
Formal Installati m Banquet. The
time is limited and the space is
limited. Reservations are moving
fast
Council hews
AN OPEN LETTER:
Miami Sect: in National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women takes this
means of publicly thanking the
men and women who attended
our 4th Annual Fashion Show al
the Hollywood Beach Hotel on
Wednesday of this week. It is
by your attendance to this
beautiful show that will help 111
with the profits gained, carry
on our many projects of service
which we give.
We want Do remind you that
our service, in Service to Foreign
Born, covering all phases of im-
migration, are given freely to
anyone desiring such information
'>r service. We are still continu-
ing our naturalization service on
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.. and
we particularly urge those peo-
ple who are not yet naturalized
citizens of these glorious United
States to let us help them enjoy
the freedom of citizenship.
Our English classes for adult
aliens still continue four nights
a week. We welcome at these
classes all non speaking English
adults, desiring too learn the Eng-
lish language.
We appreciate the kind cooper
ation of the local Rabbis and our
public thanks to the Beth Jacob
and Beth David Synagogues, also
the Y. M. It. A., for permitting
us the usage of their classrooms
for our English classes. If there
is any information desired on
Service to Foreign Born, do not
hesitate to call for an appoint-
ment at our office. 8-6554.
We extend our heartiest New
Year's greetings to all the resi-
dents of greater Miami, and fer-
Many new features have been
added at West Flagler Kennel
club this season for the comfort
and pleasure of the patrons.
Jacob Sher and Bill Huntley.
track owners, call special atten-
tion to the new steam heating sys-
tem to warm tre entire grandstand ,
during cool winter nights.
Among the other features at the
Flagler oval are the All-glass
starting box. the only one of its
kind in An erica today; Flagler
foto finish camera with no obstac-
les obstructing the view of the
grandstand giving perfect vision;
the grandstand entrance beneath
which automob les may discharge
passengers d u r i n g inclement
weather, mezanine flour where mu-
tual tickets may be purchased,
ladies lounge on the mezanine.
electrically cooled drinking foun-
tains, palm-bowered patio garden
and hurdle racing.
The nation's outstanding grey
hounds are now racing at Flagler.
Included among the greyhounds at
the track is a world champion
Rural Rube. This greyhound is
holder of the world's Ji-lfith mile
and Futurity course records.
vently hope that this new calen-
dar year will bring to all people,
peace, goodwill and a unity be-
tween all nati
Sincerely.
MRS. BENJAMIN LeVINE,
President Miami Section.
Nat. Council of Jewish Women.
H. M. BARTON
one of the leading greyhound
rac ng officials of the country
who is now acting as Presiding
judge at West Flagler Kennel
club.
TO BE
ENTERTAINED
Mrs. Stephen S. Wise will !,e
the guest of honor at a tea Wed-
nesday January 3rd at 2 p. m.
at the Victor Hotel under the
auspices of the Miami Worm l 'a
Division of the American Jew i
Congress. Mrs. Moses Krii
president, will introduce Ml
Wise who will be the principal
speaker of the afternoon. A i
members and friends are coi
lv invited to attend.
MORTON ROSETHAL EDWARD ROSENTHAI.
members of the Rosentha] Family who have just announce,! the
opening of the Riverside Memorial Chapel at 1236 Washington
Avenue. Miami Bench.
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FRIDAY, DEO. 29, 1939
SOCIETY
STARS FEATURED AT
FLORIDIAN HOTEL
Pat Rooney. Jr. and Herman
Timberg:, Jr., sons of famous
fathers, will be featured at the
New Year's Fve celebration at
the Floridian Hotel, Miami
Beach. Saturday night. Also on
the program will be Sally Gay.
singing commediene of the Royal
Falm Club, The Titian Trio, Ray
Vaughn, vaudeville favorite, and
Barbara and Barry Leslie. Broad,
way dance favorites. Supper
will be served at 11:00 P. M. and
will feature the famous Floridian
Seiden cuisine. The tariff is
06.00 per person.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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GREEN FIELDS
A Jewish dialogue film that
marks a new high in vernacular
art is "Green Fields." a home-
spun saga of pre-Czarist Jews,
based on the popular play by
Peretz Hirshbein, which will
usher in the New Year at the
Cameo Theatre, Washington
Ave., at Fifteenth St.. Miami
Beach, with a midnight showing
starting at 11:46 p. m. On the
program in addition to "Green
Fields" will be The March of
Time, latest News and a Walt
Disney color cartoon.
"Green Fields" is the story of
a young Talmudic scholar who
wandered forth from the city syn-
agogue somewhere in Russia to
seek a more satisfactory truth.
He finds it, after serious misgiv.
ings, among two earthly families
of Jewish peasants who show a
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touching and oftentimes laugh-
able veneration for the dreamv
young man of letters. Especially
he finds it in the pretty face of
the daughter of one of the families,
a pretty young woman named
Helen Beverly who would show
to advantage in any screen com-
pany.
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NEW YEAR'S PARTY
TO BE GIVEN
The Hotel Evans. Miami
Beach, will be hosts to the Young
Men's Hebrew Association at a
gala New Year's Eve party Sun-
day evening at 9:00 p. m. An
elaborate floor show will be pre-
sented. The Hotel Evans well
known for its food and hospital-
ity has prepared a special din-
ner for the evening. All those de-
siring to attend are requested to
make reservations at the Hotel.
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MARRIAGE NUPTIALS
PERFORMED
An impressive ceremony unit-
ed Miss Alberta Marie Tanen-
baum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Tanenbaum, William L. Pal-
lot, son of Mr. and Mrs Moses Pal-
lot, Monday December 25th at 7:00
p. m. at tre home of the bride's
parents, w.th Rabbi Abraham A.
Kellner officiating.
The bride was given in mar-
riage by her father and attend-
ed by Miss Norma Lee Simpson
as maid of honor. Sidney Rosen-
stock, brother of the_ bride, was
best man. Pre-nuptial music was
provided by a three-piece orches-
tra and Mrs. L. Manners sang
"Because" and "I Love You
Truly." Out oftown guests at-
tending were Dr. and Mrs. .1.
Grossman and daughter Gail-
and Mrs. E. Kent and daughters
Wilma and Joyce, all of New
York City, and Mrs. Sam Gold-
stein of Bethlehem, Pa., and many
>thers.
A reception followed the cere-
mony.
The couple left for a honey-
moon trip throughout the State
and will reside at 2275 S. W. 7th
Si net, upon their return.
Leaders of Teams of the Men's
Divisions of the Greater Miami
Federation of Jewish Welfare
Funds of the 1940 campaign be-
ginning Sunday, Jauary 7th.
COUNCIL FORUM
TO BE HELD
The regular monthly meeting
Miami Section National Council
of Jewish Women will be held
Friday at 2 p. m. at the Evans
Hotel, 953 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach. Miss Nina MeAdam-
dean of girls at Miami High
School, will be the guest speaker
of the afternoon and her topic
will be "Preparing Youth for a
World in Transition."
Also on the program will be
the continuance of the "Accent
on Youth" theme, Mr. Louis
Strasser who will talk on "My
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BETH JACOB BULLETIN
(Continued from Page Eight)
distribution of the funds at hand
towards a synagogue project, and
plans for the next affair will be
d.scussed at this time.
Minnionaires
Our Minnionaires, boys between
13 and 18. will meet Sunday at
9:00 a. m. for their regular min-
yon to be followed by a communal
breakfast. They meet Wednesday
evening for their business and cul-
tural meeting.
Last Memories of My Homeland."
a dramatic reading from "Pyg
malion" by Florence Cromer and
Cecil Block will sing accompanied
by Mrs. F.llard Kahn. Mrs. 1. M.
Weinstein wil present the "Per-
SEASONS GREETINGS
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Young in Heart."
Open forum will be held. A
social hour will follow. All mem-
bers and friends are cordially in-
vited to attend.

COUNCIL
TO MEET
The regudlar monthly meeting
of the Miami Section National
Council of Jewish Women will he
held Wednesday afternoon Jan. 3,
at 2 p. m. at the Evans Hotel. The
theme of the meeting will be
Scholarship with the scholarship
chairman Mrs, Meyer Schwartz
in charge. Misses Dorothy Ann
Levin and Evelyn Auslander will
present a Scholarship skit. A
musical program will be present-
ed. All members and friends are
invited to be present.
2,500 LEAVE REICH
LONDON (WSS) Anothe.-
group of 180 Jewish refugees left
Germany for South American
countries bringing the total emi-
gration of Jews from the Reich
during the past 30 days to 2,500.
Season's Greetings
MANFRED M. UNGARO
ARCHITECT
7939 N. E. SECOND AVE.
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Miami Beach
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FRIDAY, DEC. 29. ism
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
'I
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi 497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR
Daily services at 7 a. m. and
Friday evening 8:15.
Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30
a. m.
Late Friday evening services.
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior services, Saturday 10:30
a. m.
Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p.
m.
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a.
m.
Bar-Mitzvah Group, Sunday
9:00 a. m.
Saturday morning at 10:30. Har-
old Shapiro. Albert Eskanazi, and
Herbert Glazeroff are in charge
of the services. The "Portion of
Law" is expounded by the Rabbi.
We are happy to note that the
attendance is increasing rapidly
from Sabbath to Sabbath. A
"Kiddush" is given in the audi-
torium immedately after the Ben-
ediction, under the Chairmanship
of Mrs. L. J. Hartz.
BAR-MITZVAH GROUP: The
"Bar-Mitzvah" group will meet
Sunday morning from 9 to 10
under the direction of Louis
Gadon; boys of 12 and over are
Adult History Group, Sunday eligible to attend. The boys are
taught the melodies for the dif-
ferent "Portions of Law."
TALMUD-TOR AH: An inno-
vation has been made in the cur-
riculum of our daily Hebrew
School that of "Nigena" liturgio, _
music as a special course, once I J1" wo,,,i,n* Pana so far are '"
a week under the direction of "fm"''- *u know- Jeannf' that
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
In view of the mid-year vaca
tion for students of the Univers
itcs and in keeping with our an-
Junior Hadassah
By Elsie Kronenfeld
We Junior Hadassah members
would like to take this opportun-
ity to pledge our support to the
Federation drive. We think it is
a grand thing and well worth all
the effort. We are glad to state
a lot of our members are on the
drive.
The regular meeting next Mon-
day night is going to be postpon-
ed because it is New Year's day.
The meeting will be the follow-
ing Monday. January 7. We hope
to see a big turn out.
The plans for both the Friday-
night services and the Bridge
party will be discussed. The peo-
ple participating in the service,
which Rabbi Max Shapiro has
turned over to us, will be an-
nounced. The final plans for the
Bridge party will be disclosed and
the tables stated. Miss Hannah
Mack, Chairman of the party, is
calling a committee meeting at
her house this coming Tuesday
night, January 2.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1546 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S, RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p.
m.
Friday evening services, 5:30 p.
m.
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset.
It seems that no sooner is on-?
Junior Hadassah engagement an-
nounced than another is. Our
President. Miss Jeanette Kronen-
feld tells us that she has given
j her "yes" to Mr. Herbert Simon.
Cantor I. Kaminsky. The Talmud
the best wishes of the entire or-
nual custom, the services this com-; Torah curriculum jnciudes the Kanization are with you. We
ing Friday Evening will be dedi- study of elementary and advanced knW you wffl b V''''y hapPy"
cated to the Past Presidents of Hebrew, "Chumosh" with "Rashi, ,he firet time ,hat a
.ur Junior Congregation, many Mjvej
of whom are attending the
ious Universities
iii-urew, v numosn witn Kastn.
ian-v Niveim," religion and its laws, Pres,den' in offlce *" "P"*hted
Vl- Yiddish and other subjects per- her troth '
The Junior Congregation of
subjects pe
tabling to our Hebraic culture."
SUNDAY SCHOOL: It is with
Greater Miami was organized in! 1933, under the direction of Rabbi [ Sunday S(.ho()1 hag reacho(, what
Max Shapiro and Cantor I. Eft- is considered to be an Institution
minsky. The following presi-
dents in line of service will par-
ticpate:
Jerome Weinkle. John Kronen-
feld. Robert Miller, Peritz Schein-
I>erg. Howard Schwartz. Jack
tend the assembly from 11:30 to
12.
"BAR-MITZVAH"
Mendel, Melvin Weinkle and Roy
Mack. Harold Shapiro will pre-
sent the participants. '
Louis Hay man, accompanied by
the Beth David Choir will chant
Liturgic Melodies.
An "Oneg Shabbos" and social
hour will take place in the audi-
torium after the services. Mrs.
Meyer Schwartz will act as host-
ess.
Mr. John Lewis representing
the United Synagogues of Amer-
ica will be the guest speaker on
the subject "Little ManWhat
Now?"
RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL
INSTITUTION
JUNIOR CONGREGATION:
The services of the Senior and
Juniors conducted by the Junior
Congregation takes place every
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(On ihe Ave:,ue)
Special Menu for Late Parties
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Chico-Chich Served at the
CURB ONLY
496 N. Orange Ave.
(At Amelia)
ORLANDO
most observant of decorum and
scholastic attainment. The class
es are under the capable guidance
of registered and licensed teach-
ers. We urge parents to become,
more vitally interested in the! extl'nd *t,n** to th' Mr
welfare of their children and at-|PerS'
Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Tevolitz, will be "Bar-Mitz-
vahed" this Saturday at 9 a. m.
He will recite the "Maftir" and
LADIES AUXILIARY
In line with the adopted policy
of the Auxiliary, part of each
meeting is devoted to a cultural
program which is designed to of-
fer the membership a wide vari-
ety of subjects of Jewish inter-
ests. At the next meeting Tues-
day night. January 2nd at 8:15
p. m. a short business meeting
will be held which will be follow-
ed by a cultural program present-
ed by the Miami Division of the
Mizrachi Women. Prepared and
presented by Mrs. Abraham
Kellner this program will bring
the vital message of Mizrachi
Palestine work and achievements.
The program to be presentee!
is as follows: Our aims and
Hopes. Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner:
Palestine songs, Miss Sarah
Eisen; the meaning of Pale-tine.
The Hon. Bernard Austen, mem-
ber df the New York state as
sembly; vocal select inn. Cantor
Victor Jacoby; greetings, Mr.
Max Nadler. national treasurer
Mizrachi organization of Amer-
ica; and Hatikvah. assembly.
Mrs. Wm. Clein will* preside at
the business session. Mrs George
Cherktof will conduct the Cul-
tural program. A most sincere
and cordial invitation is extend-
ed to all.
HABONIM ORGANIZED
The National Habonim Move-
ment which is a religious unit
composed of High School age,
is proud to announce the forma
tion of the first branch in the
State of Florida. Once more the
Orthodox Congregation of Miami
leads the city and acts as the
local pioneering unit for tradi- fields of endeavor.
ion of Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America, aims to incur
culate our growing boys with a
love for things Jewish and with
a devotion to the ideals of our
people. To harmonize body and
spirit the leaders of the Habonim
will work out a complete range
of athletic activities as well.
There will be two divisions, one
for boys from 12 to 14 and the
other for those from 14 to 16.
Meetings will be held in the Syn-
agogue and the groups will spon-
sor a Sunday morning Minyan, a
Jewish congregation, study class-
es as well as athletic contests
and activities.
SABBATH SERVICES
On Saturday morning before
the Mussaph services Rabbi K
tier will speak on the Biblical p.....
tion of the week and discuss
"What is in a Name". The clas
in Ain Ynakov will meet at 4
p. m. followed by Mincha s. r
at 4:45 p. m. At the Shalos Sud
which follows immediately the
Rabbi will continue his discussi<
of the weekly Midrashic Chapter.
MAZBL TOY
Sincere Mazel Tov gri i
and congratulations are exl
to Mr. and Mrs Herman Sherman
upon the birth of their newly bor
son. May they raise him in
health and happiness.
REFUO SHI.EMO
We pray for the speedy rec v-
ery of our dear friend Mr. B
Chertkof and hope to see
soon well and fully recovered.
BON VOYAGE
We are pleased to extend bi '
wishes bo tile delegation of A.Z N
boys who left for a Regional coi
vention in Augusta. Ga. We a
pleased that both contests were
won from amidst our youngi
members. Irving Ginsberg
Miriam Bender. May they at
the entire group return to
midst inspired and encouraged I
work further in their splen
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FRIDAY, DEO. 29, 1939
THE JEWWH PLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
A

RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
65S6 Indian Creek Drive6-1266 630 N. E. 31st St.2-B548
MIAMI BEACH MIAM|
Kither or both o." the Rabbis will be In the Temple every mornlnjr.
You may consul: with them on matters concerning the, Jewis commu-
nity, or you.- pc:sonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
haring 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 29th,
1939, 8:15 p. m. Sermon: "A IV
culiar Treasure." by Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman.
Services conducted by Dr
Jacob II. Kaplan.
A reception f r members of
the < '"!igreir:it't>n and for visitors
will follow '.hi' sen i i -. ui dei
the sponsorshi] rho d.
S VBBATH MORNING
SERVICES
Saturday morning:, December
80th, 1939, 11:00 a. m. Services
will be conducted by both Rabbis,
with fhe participation of Dr.
Frank Coret and Mr. B. W. Slote.
HOSTESSES
Hostesses at the Friday Even-
ing Receptions were:
For Friday evening Dec. 8th,
1939: Mrs. Phil Augustine. Mrs.
Samuel Aronovitz, Mrs. Lewis
Brown, Mrs. J. H. Cohen, Mrs.
M. L. Cowen, Mrs. Joseph I..
Arkin. and Mrs. Mendel Cromer.
For Friday evening, Dec. 15th.
1939: Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, Mrs.
Frank Coret, Mrs. A. Fngler.
Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Dora Col-
man. Mrs. Benjamin LeVine, Mrs.
D. -T. Apte. Mrs. D. Eichengreen
Mrs. II. A, Simon. Mrs. Leonard
Kpstein. Mrs. Benjamin II. Kohn,
Mr.--. Jacob II. Kaplan, Mrs. II. I.
Homa and Mis. Mitchell Kuper-
berg.
I '< p Friday evening:. 11 22
Mrs. Harry Kevins, Mrs.
M rr's Dubler, Mrs. Joseph S.
Garvett, Mi -. -I. Dami n I ein, Mrs,
!:. W. \;.i,. Mrs. Gus Feuer. Mrs.
R. B. I- 11., lej Mrs. Sam S. La-
vine and Mrs. M. C. Frank.
IN MBMORIAM
"May the Father of peace,
send peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday ev-
ening, the memory of the follow-
ing will bo hallowed:
Recently departed: Julius Kahn,
father of Mr. A. L. Kahn; Char-
les Lerner, father of Mrs. B. W.
Slote; Hyman Werblow, father
FEDERATION WORKERS
ENLIST FOR CAMPAIGN
(Continued from Page One)
A. Kaplan, Isadora Langner. Os.
car Argintar. Lazar (irossberg,
Julian Kurlander, M. Goldenblank,
Abe Kronenfeld: Team No. 6,
Co-Captains, William Shayne ami
Sidney Segall; workers: Josi ph
Alber Quadow, Nathan Adelman.
Norman Weisman, Abe Arono-
vitz. Viet ir Ix-v!ne.
Team No. 7. Leo Ackerman. Cap
tain; workers: Ralph Kaplan.
Jules Perlman,
Joseph I. Davis.
Harry Oliphant,
Sidney Palmer,
Leon Lieberman;
Abe Schonfeld,
Samuel Kanner.
Morris Rubin-
Henry Rabin.
Team No. H,
SAMUEL BLANK
treasurer of the Greater Miami
Federation of Jewish Welfare
Funds.
of Dr. S Chas. Werblow.
Yahrzeits: Edward Morton,
brother of Mrs. Alex Miller;
Norman I). Scheffreen, In- ther "i'
Mrs. M. I,. Marcus; Solomon
Ri 6r, father of Mrs. II. E.
Kleiman; I eopold Ackerman,
father of Mis. Leon Lichti
ter and Mr. I., i Ai ki rman; Em-
ma Stein, m ther of Mrs. [saa i
Kaufman: Leon Yubas, father of
Mrs. Isaac Wolkowsky.
JANUARY MEETING OF
TEMPLE ISRAEL
SISTERHOOD
This Tuesday, January 2nd-
1939, at 2:30 p. m. Matters of ut-
most importance will be on the
agenda, and members are especial-
ly urged to attend.
An interesting program will be
presented. Refreshments will be
served. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet,
president. Mrs. S. J. Kanner,
Program Chairman.
II. M. Drevich. Captain; workers:
William Clein. Rev. H. M. Kagan,
M. Rifas, Sam Silver; Team No.
10, Burnett Roth. Captain; work-
ers: Nat Roth, Dave Rayvis,
Louis Ze'entz, Harry Kanan.
Daniel Sepler, Isaac Levin, Har-
ry Gordon, Donald Lavigne, Har-
ry Neham.
Tlie < o chairmen for Miami
Beach are Leo Eisenstein and
Joseph M. Rose.
Team No. 1, Harry Zukerniik.
Captain; workers: Ben Ciller. Max
11. Friedson. Henry B. linger.
l!eder, Bernard Maverson. Henry
Hohauser, Harry /.ant. Joseph
Postal, Arthur Tr'ester. Le mard
Gross. Herman Barnett; Team
No. Max Feit, Cantain; work,
era: T. Brenner. Osias I
berg-, II. Goldman, Rev. M. Mam.
' I. Miller, Joseph Miller.
R thai. -I Schi .
N. Jam Ti nm N i,
". Willia i I. Feuer, Cai
workers: .T. A. Cantor, I
Friedman. S. A. Goi dman, Ma
I Thomson, Jean E. Roberts
Mrs. Mollie Gald, Hildn G. Reis.
ner, Mrs. Dorothv L. Man::.
Sylvan Iszarus; Tei No, ~.
Sol S. Cold-trom. Captain; work .
err-: I "e Goudiss. Loirs Karl
bach. Henrv II. Levitch. Jack
Wucher, M. B*ndvr, Joseph
Gordon. Charles Wcinstein. Abe
Katz. Melv'n Pi-hards. Ben
Cohen, Carl Gardner. Melvin
Gohlstrom. Barney Rosen thai;
Team No. fi. Charles S. Tobin.
Captain: workers: Dave Kmmer.
J. J. I.ippitt. John Mantell, Dan
STAN TON HALl'ERT
Associate chairman for Miami of
the Junior Division.
Daniels, Stanley Hodes; Team
No. 8, Dr. Frank Coret, Captain;
workers: Dr. Julius R. Pearson,
Dr. Leonard II. Finn. Dr. Hairy
7.. Slverman; Team No. 9, J.
Bernard Spector, Captain; work-
(Continued n Page Eight)
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
f ward Klein, Mrs. M. J. Kopelo- Abrahams, Mrs. I. Marcus, Mrs. ton Sirkin, Mrs. Paul Chentoff
witz, Mrs. Sidney Rauzin, Mrs.; Lena Mintzes. Mrs. Z. L Albert E. Rosenthal, Mrs. Norman; Mrs. Silverstein, Mrs. E. Gordon; old Turk. Mrs. Abe Mazor, Mrs
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
S2S Michigan Avenue
"Phone 6-I32S

MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
Phone 5-2013
FRIDAY NIGHT FORIM
Guest I>e< furer
Judge Aaron J. Levy, member
of the Supreme Court of the State
of New York, will be this week's
guest speaker. He will speak on
the subject "Amer:can Jewry's
Mission." Judge Levy-^ known
as one of the most brilliant legil
minds of our time, and a very
earnest Jew. His activities within
and without many a Jew.sh organ-
ization has won him respect and
admiration.
Judge Levy has always had an
overfloi|jr audience at our syna-
gogue. We recommend you come
early this %iriay night. Rabbi
Mescheloff will introduce the
speaker. Cantor Mamches will
lead in the singing.
Mizrachi J. N. F. Drive
The Miami Beach Mizrachi. in
addition to its recent drive to pur-
chase trees for the Rabbi Mc'r
Berlin Forest n Palestine, has just
completed a J. X. F. ,1,-ive.
The Chnnukah Latkeh party
netted funds for approximately 7.">
trees.
The J. X. F. drive brought in
close to $150.00. The following
children helped in this drive, col-
lecting over $5.00 each: Ronald
Levy, Alfred Rosenberg, Myron
Soil. Helen Rosenberg, Murry
Solomon, Larry Kubin. Moses
Grundwerg. Morris Djmal.
Our Miami Beach M:zrachi is
proud of this pioneering work in
our community, and welcomes all
interested men and women ta join
our ranks.
Wo welcome Mr. Max Xadler,
Mizrachi national treasurer, into
our community.
ReliRj-ous School
The first third examinations
were held in all Sunday and daily
classes during the past week. We
are glad to report a very high
rate of excellent marks in our
.school. Our curriculum, exacting
as it is. has been covered and ab-
sorbed by our children. We urge
th s coming week so that they may
this c >ming week sa that they may
start at the beginning of our
second third.
Rabbi Max Schwartz of Hemp-
stead I/ing Island, was our guest
speaker at last Sunday's Asembly.
He gave a very inspiring talk to
the children which was roundly ap-
plauded. We wish to erpress our
appreciation to him.
The follow ng children partici-
pated in the assembly program:
Barbara Epstein, Carol Schwartz,
Charlotte Safra, Joyce Sussman.
and Carol Schwartz.
Congratulations
We congratulate Mr. and Mrs.
M. Cohen on the birth and brith
of their baby. Louis. May they
bring him up in happiness and
health. L'Torah, L'Chuppa ul' Ma-
asim Tovim.
We congratulate Dr. Jacob Cap-
Ian on his birthday anniversary.
May God give him many years of
health and usefulness.
We congratulate the following
brides and grooms who were mar-
ried off by our Rabbi last Sunday:
Mr. Theodore Wruble and Miss
Ruth Orlin. Mr. Jack Bell and Miss
Freida Ranzer. Mr. Raymond Fin-
horn and Miss Pearl Hope Berman.
May God grant them all long lives
of wedded bliss,
Habanoth
Miami Beaih Habanoth will
meet Monday night at 7:00 p. m.
A report of their entertainment
will be given. Discussion of the
(Continued on Page Five)
Weisman. Mrs. M. G. Kurman; i Team No. 11, M.^. M. Jacobs, i Sam Seitlin. Mrs. Saul Cohenj
Team No. Ii, Mrs Morris Plant, Captain; workers: Mrs. .s Kahn, Team No. 6, Mrs. Tobias Simon,
Miss Fsther Kahn. Mr-. 11. Spi. Captain; workers: Mrs. S. B
vak. Mrs. Rubenstein Mrs. Chas. ; Berman, Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs'
Greenste'n, Mrs. J. Seigel. Mrs.! Elias Freidus, Mrs. Jerome Good
Frai Levenson, Mrs. B. Rif- man, Mrs. M. Joseloff, Mrs. jos
kn.l. Mr-.H. August, Mrs. Sam Lipton, Mrs. Harry Medoff, Mrs
Harry Platoff. Mrs. Barnev Wein.
kle. Mrs. Joseph Williamson-
Team No. fi. Mrs. Moses Krieger!
Captain; workers: Mrs. A. F
Rbch. Mrs. Leon Elk'n, Mrs. Wil-
liam Feldman, Mrs. Harry Koret-
Jacobs, Captain; workers: Mrs. I sky. Mrs. Malvina Lavino, Mrs.
N. Slome. Mrs. B. Frackman. John Meyer. Mrs. R. Schwingeri
Mrs. C. Oppenheim, Mrs. Harry i Mrs. Ben Turchin, Mr?. J. Wol-
Kaufman. Mrs. T. I>evien. Mrs. O.I kowsky, Mrs. Jack Wucher. Mr*.
Adler. Mrs. H. A. Miller, Mrs. Freda Lutsky. Mrs. Gold:e Zeven
Captain; workers: Mrs. Jack
Stone, Mrs. Max Pepper, Mrs. Hil-
lard Clein, Mrs. Joseph Schein-
berg, Mis. Herbert Simon. Mrs.
William Wilkins, Mrs. Joseph
Weintraub, Mrs. Dan Ruskin.
Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mrs. Max
Orovitz; Team No. 4, Mrs. Ida
Optner. Captain; workers: Mrs.
Joseph Garvett, Mrs. Sam Getzug,
Mrs. M. R. Cohn. Mrs. M. M. New-
man, Mrs. M. L. Cowen, Mrs.
Sam Katz, Mrs. Herman Wronk-
er. Mrsi M. Davis, Mrs. Nathan
Markowitz, Mrs. Hazel Reichen-
bach; Team No. 5. Co.Capta'ns,
Mrs. Leonard Abes? and Miss
Alice Apte; workers: Mrs.
Charles Stern. Mrs. H. U. Fe'bel.
man, Mrs. William Lehman, Mrs.
Eriich.
Co-i'littirman of the Women's
Division for Miami Beach is
Mrs. Max Dobrin.
Team No. 1- Mrs. Maurice
J. Diener. Mrs. E. Friedman. Mrs.
Julius Pearson; Team No. 2,
Mrs. David Friedman. Mrs. I'.
Shobow; Team No. 7, Mrs. Har
Laura Goldstein. Mrs. Sam Lev- Mrs. Maurice Feinberg, Mrs. I
enson, Mrs. D. J. Apte, Mrs. Radoff. Miss Fern I'ramer. Mrs.
Mrs. Sidney I.. Weintraub. Cap- ry Zukernick, Captain; workers:
tain; workers: Mrs Sam Blank. Mrs. Bea Rosenbaum, Mrs. Fran-
res Friedman, Mrs. Rose Schaef-
FEDERATION WORKERS
ENLIST FOR CAMPAIGN
(Contiiued from Page Seven)
ers: Milton R. Feller, Walter
Kovner, Irving Nathanson, Ar-
thur A. Kimmel, A. Albert Green,
Milton R. Mannheimer, Arthur
M. Shandloff, Godfrey K. New-
man.
General Chairman of the
Women's Division is Mrs.
Stanley c. Myers, co-chair-
man for Miami is Mrs. Monte
Selig.
Team No. 1, Co-Captains, Mrs.
Benjamin I,e Vine and Mrs.
Isaac Levin; workers: Mrs. Irv.
ing E. Greenfield, Mrs. Samuel
R senblum .Mrs. Douglas Raff.
Mrs. Abe Rubin. Mrs. Morris Sal
oman, Mrs. Lewis Brown, Mrs.
George Gerson. Mrs. Alvin Gas-
sell. Mrs. J. Barbash; Team No.
2, Co-Captains, Mrs. Elry Stone
and Mrs. Max Steuer; workers:
Mrs. George Adler. Mrs. Mendel
Cromer, Mrs. Henry Beilbrunn,
Mrs. Hyman Kaplan, Mrs. Ed-
O'ENIN* THE
DEC. 21, THROUGH
MIAMI) FRIENDLY RACECOURSE
Anna Gordon. Mrs. M. Alvin
Cone; Team No. 6, Co-Captains,
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Mrs.
Harry Oliphant; workers: Mrs.
L. J. Hartz. Mrs. William Robin-
son. Mrs. George Goldberg. Mrs.
Nat Zalka. Mrs. Milton Weiner.
Mrs. Max Shapiro. Mrs. Isidore
Fine, Mrs. Sam Luby, Mrs. Henry
Steig, Mrs. Joseph M. Fine;
Team No. 7. Mrs. Irvin Seigel.
Captain; workers: Mrs. Ann
r-'astroff. Mrs. Bernard Sedon, Mrs
J. Louis Rifas. Mrs. Jack Pnllot.
Mrs. Charles Beckwitt, Mrs. Sadie
Wemberg, Mrs. I. Langer. Mrs.
Ben Kandel, Mrs. Harry Orl^n Mrs.
Jennie Rotf >rt. Mrs. Harry
Schwartz.
Team Xo. S. Mrs. Harry Rubin,
Captain; workers: Mrs. Hugo
Shonberg, Mrs. Sam Simonhoff.
Mrs. Joseph Richter. Mrs. Philip
Segal. Mrs. Philip Weinstein.
Mrs. J. C. Cohen, Mrs. Herbert
Sher, Mrs. Louis Letaw. Mrs.
Rose Raff; Team No. !, Co-Cap.
tains. Mrs. Gordon Davis and
Mrs. Herman I. Homa; workers:
Mrs. Rubin Clein. Mrs. Al Dub.
bin, Mrs. Samuel Estroff, Mrs.
J. L. Jacobstein. Mrs. A. Kronen.
feld, Mrs. J. Kronenfeld, Mrs. I.
Wolkowsky. Mrs. Sam Zinkow,
Mrs. Herman Wall, Mrs. Joseph
Lichtenstein, Mrs. Jerome Freeh-
ling; Team No. 10. Mrs. Henry
Scii'in, Ciptnin; workers: Mrs.
I. Hoffman, Mrs. Sarah Shaooff,
Mrs. Annie Tager. Mrs. Sarah
Rhoda Irvine. Mrs. Edward Roth.
Mrs. Ethel Rothlein. Mrs. Wil-
liam Shayne, Mrs. Elias Bloom-
garden; Team No. 4. Co-Cap-
tains. Mrs. Benjamin K. Bron.
ston and Mrs. I>eo Fisenstein;
workers: Mrs. Harold Spaet.
Mrs. Mortimer Wein. Mrs. Sid.
ney Wein, Mrs. Milton Travers,
Mrs. Henry Hohauser. Mr*. Sam
Kanner. Mrs. Ben Kohl. Mrs. D,
Friedkin, Mrs. Stanley Jacobs,
Mrs. A. Yenken. Mrs! Jos. M.
Rose. Mrs. Ben Yenken; Team
No. 3. Co-Captains. Mrs. Marvin
Bronner and Mrs. Samuel Haher;
workers: Mrs. Fd. Cowen. Mrs.
Hillel Rosenthal. Mrs. Gertrude
I.achs Mrs. Herbert Kleiman.
Mrs. Norman Liebling, Mrs. Mil.
fer. Mrs. Freda Baum. Mr-.
Maurice Zimmerman, Mrs. Harry
Marcus, Mrs. Sam Karp, Mrs. I
Albert. Mrs. Anna Goodrtein. Mr-
Esther Cohen.
Names of .Junior Division
workers will anpear in next
week's issue of the Jewish
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