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The Jewish Floridian ( January 5, 1940 )

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(• wJewish Filarid 7a in I %  i% VOL. 13 — NO. 1. Co,,a/w fi Tlhte Jewiislh HJiniHty >9 ~*> C\ £> : %  MIAMI. PLOK1UA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 5. HMD "HICK 111 CENTS FEDERATION OPENS $109,850. CAMPAIGN TEN DAY DRIVE STARTS SUNDAY '; After weeks of intense plan Ario ing and preliminary work, under the direction of Stanley ('. Myers, president. Karon de Ilirseli Meyer, General Campaign Chairman, the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds will launch its 1940 Campaign Sunday January 7th with a goal of #109,850. to be reached in a ten day period ending January seventeenth. Mr. Meyer nlso successfully piloted the 1!':!!' lo Speak Saturday Night Greater Miami. inaugurating %  the 1!>40 Campaign of the Greati or Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds will hear Dr. Man fred A He at a Worker's Banquet to be held Saturday evening at the Hotel Kvans. Miami Beai 1 i tart ng at N "clock. Dr. Arie. noted Viennese jurisl has a keen ins ght into the problems of Jewry throughout the world, having long studied the %  ituntion I" the .lews in European lands. Dr. Arc. a profound student, was "Oberlandeagerichtsrat and Senatavorsitsender" in Vienna, a position equivalent to that of a pres dine justice of a State Supreme Court in the United States. He was a member of the Jewish Academic Fratem'ty "Hasmonaea," and a member of the "Ring der Alter Her !" i juedischer Verbindunaren" in Vienna. A Doctor of Law. and Professor of Criminal Law, Dr. Arie contributed numerous art'clef on legal r""tions and before coming i this countrv was act've a(Continued on Page Right) f I vcviSv2£'KSvS :•:-:-.•:•:-:• I I 1 I!) m •I sX •!•: lii BARUN De HIRSCH MEYER Campaign Chairman Federation drive. A city councilman of Miami Beach ;.n I a leader in the communal affairs of Greater Miami, Mr. Meyer underl >> ik the chairmanship "f the drive without hesitation stating: B'nai RVith Joint Installation Sunday W Plan-; have been completed for the annual installation baronet of B'nai B'rith wh <'h If to be held at the Hotel Evans Tuesday ev en : ng. January 9, 1940, at 8:00 o'clock. The nripc'nal sneaker will be Rabbi Paul Richman. one of the lead ; ng members of the Conference of American Rnhh's. who i a di rector of the Nat onal Order of B'nai B'rith. RaMv Richman is coming to Miami for th" exnwws Central Europe in addition to the nuroose of addressing the Lodge ...; Bufferings of our fellow-Jews and inaugurating the new year, here and the needs of our organ-1 Tbo Master of Cerem inic. Mr \J. izationa in thin country leaves Harrv Simonboff. has advsed u no alternative but to help THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN that them in their pi ght as we are. the among the outstanding guests who only immediate succor to which are exnected to be present at the they may turn. The goal wc banquet are Walter Winehell. Con' ] have set is the minimum amount j gressman Cellars of New York, "hich we must raise if we are' Judee Aaron I*vto do our fair share." "The realization of the tremendoua responsibility that is "urs fills me with an overwhelm ir.g sense of obligation. The tragic nd tic n; ef our fellow Jews In (iermany. Nazi Poland and the ••her countries in Eastern and Mr. Meyer ia assisted by Mr. sonal'ties who are now vacationing in the M : ami ares. The installing officers will be Klry Stone and Mrs. Stanley C. Brother Isaac Levin. First ViceMyers aa chairmen of the Men's President of the Fifth D'strict. and Women's divisions respectively, with Mr. Maurice J. Kopelowitz associate-chairman for the Miami Men's d vision. Messrs Joseph M. Rose and Leo Eisen stein associate chairmen for Miami Beach. Mrs. Monte Selig %  nd Mrs. Max Dobrin are associate-chairmen for the Miami and M-ami Beach Women's divlF-'ons respectively. D. J. Apte assisted by Sam Blank and Benjamn Bronston (Continued oa Page 8) The officers to be installed are J. Aron Abbtt. President; Abe Aronovtz. Vice President; Burnett Roth, Recording Secretary: Marx Feinberg. Treasurer: Walter Kovner. F ; "*nHal Secretarv; E. Albert Pallot. Monitor; S'dnev L. SegallAssistant Monitor: Max Orovitz. C.uard'an: Dr. Harold Rand. Warden: Matthew S. Band ler, Trustee for three years; Dr. Frank Coret. Trustee for one year: Al Berkelev. Trustee for one year: and Leo Eisensteln, Trustee for BE GLAD ITS ONLY MONEY Federation, dedicated to greater service, Marches On with a concentrated ten-day drive starting Sunday January 7th, to raise $109,850.00. The Federation drive, once a year, one appeal aiding 38 agencies and more than 40 Yeshivos. Your criticism—unjustified—lay it aside—the cause is too great—to all important. If you are solicited by collectors for various institutions refer them direct to the Federation office.. Their needs, if legitimate will be provided for out of Federation funds. These are com munity obligations. Meet them as a community. Federation's success depends on a united—cooperative backirg—vours and mine. On the eve of this new campaign, a larger one* than last year, for the responsibilit'es are far greater, we f ; nd World Jewry nndenroing a painfr.l suffering which affects all Jews. In clear and unmistakable terms have been set forth the urgent need for ass'stance. A better p'c'ure could not be painted. To-dnv American Jewry should need no rale-* tlk. Shocking, unbelievable reports reach us from abroad. If one assumed that the regime of persecution against the Jews could not be surpassed in fri


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PAOE TWO THE JEWISH FLORID) AN FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1940 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor VISIT HERE Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Siegal of Bait more. Md.. are visiting in Miami with their aunt Mrs. Bertha B. Levy. • • • ENTERTAINS AT LUNCHEON Mrs. Jack Pallot entertained at a luncheon and bridge at her home 192 N. E. 23rd St., honoring Mrs. Natalie Goldstein, of Bethelem. Pa. Mrs. Belle Kent. Mrs. Bertha Pomerance and Mrs. Maurice Grossman, all of New York and Mrs. Claire Goldstein of Columbia, Ga. Following the luncheon bridge and mah joner were played, with prizes awarded to the winners. The Guests of honor were presented with gifts. • • • ARRIVES FOR VISIT Rabbi and Mrs. Herbert Goldstein of Institut'onal Synagoguel of Now York City are visiting at the FlorMian Hotel Miami Beach for a two week's vacation. • VISITS HERE Rabbi and Mrs. I. H. Bloch. chief Rabbi of the Orthodox Community of Now Jersey, are vacationing in Miami at Benzons where they will remain for a month. • • • CHESET) SHEL EMETH TO MEET The regular meeting of the Chesed Shel Emeth Sisterhood will be hold Monday afternoon January 8th at 2 p. m. at the Beth David Talmud Tlorah auditorium. Mrs. Isidor Cohen urge? all members to be present as important business will be transacted. &f • • A. Z. A. TO CONDUCT SERVICES The M ami Chapter of A. Z. A. will conduct services of the Both David Congregation this Friday evening at 8 p. m. with Rabbi Abraham A. Kcllner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation as the guest speaker. Rabbi Kellner's subject will be "Live and Help Live." Members of A. Z. A. who will participate are Norman Somberg, Alvin Raxin. Mitchell Goldman, Aaron Goldstein, Murray Miller, Irwin Berger. Max Tendrich, Irving Gins-burg and Ira Selevan. Following the services refreshments will be served and a social hour will take place in the auditorium. All members, friends and visitors are cordially invited to at tend. CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz entertained at a dinner for their family at the Hotel Evans in honor of their twenty-eighth wedding anniversary. • • • HAD ASS AH TO MEET Monday afternoon, January 8th at 2 o'clock "at tho Alcazar Hotel, the Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah will hold their regular meeting. Guest speaker of the afterno >n will bo Mr. Harry Simonhoff. prominent attorney, whoso subject will bo "The Jewsh National Fund." Preceding the general meeting, the board will meet at 1 p. m. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. RETURN TO NORTH Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Ghertner have returned to their home in Nashv lie. Tenn.. after a two week's visit with Mrs. Ghertner's parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Magid. Mrs. Ghertnor was formerly Miss Janice Magid. LEAVES M [AMI Mr. Sidney Schwartz of the Lion Aut> Parts Co., of Dallas. Texas returned to his home there after visiting with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Max Schwartz. Going to HlHLEflH? Steer clear of Bo Smartly ... By BUS! Rapid, Continuous Service Direct to Track Froi... 43 S. E. First Street .... 35 cents MIAMI TRANSIT CO. GE0. M. BMN, Pr—ident MIZRACHI LECTURE TO BE HELD Arrangements are being completed for the public Lecture and Musicale sponsored by the Greater Miami Mizrachi District to be held Sunday January 28th at 8 p. m. at the Miami Jewish Ortho dox Synagogue. RabWi Joseph H. Lookstein. outstanding orator, will be the main speaker and his subject will be "Israel's Demo crate' Heritage." Rabbi Lookstein is national vice president of the Mizrachi organization, principal of the Hebrew Teacher's Training School and a professor of Homilet cs at the Yeshiva College. Further details will be announced in next week's issue of The Jewish Floridian. OFFICERS ELECTED The annual election of officers of the Workmen's Circle Branch 692 was hold December 28th. Mr. H. Laebson was elected chairman; M. Jacobs, financial secretary; H. Rose, record ng see rotary: D, Gross, treasurer; B. Rifkind,] hospitaler; Mr. and Mrs. H. Seitlin. J. II. Seigel, Mr. and Mrs. B. Silver.. Mrs. M. Jacobs. Mrs. B. Rifkind, L. Marcus. N. Eeigel, A. Soloman, C. H. Lefkoff, S. Kohn. A. Kaplan and Mrs. A. Lev inson. executive committee. Installation of off cers will be held soon and details will be announced at a later date. • &f RETURNS FROM CONVENTION Mr. Milton A. Friedman returned to the ctiy from Augusta. Georg a where he attended the Southern Regional Convention of A. Z. A. bold December 26, 27 and 28th. Winners of tho Convention contests woro Irving Sonenshino of Charleston. S. C, orator oal: Irving Kalor and Morris Katz of Atlanta, debating; Jacksonville Chapter, basketball; Dot Nathan, Sweetheart of A. Z. A.; and Irvng Kalor of Atlanta was elected Aleph Godol of the Region. The convention will be held in Savannah next year. • • JUDAEA COUNCIL IS FORMED A Greater Miami Young Ju daea Council, consisting of tho Stephen S. Wise Young Judaea* Benj. N. Cardoza Young Judaea. I


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FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1940 THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN PAGE THREE Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) BEHIND THE FRONT Washington inside circles declare that the Allied blockade of Naziland is so effective that by Spring Hitler will have to order a big military drive to take German minds off physical hunger—and the failure of that drive will bring an immediate peace ... If you have any appreciable amount of gold in your dental equipment keep out of Naziland, where dentists have been instructed to remove the gold from their patients' teeth and turn it over to Hitler T he British government is now sponsoring Freidrich Wolf's anti-Nazi movie, "Profsssor Mamlock—while Dr. Wolf himself, like so many other German refugees in the country that is Britain's ally, is confined in a French concentration camp C harlie McArthur's Christmas greeting to Adolf Hitler was a cable reading "What are you waiting?" and signed "Captain Hans Langsdorff" .. Did you know, by the way, that when the Graf Spee was in Montevideo Capt. Langsdorff hinted that if the Uruguyans weren't co-operative he might be compelled to shell their town? And that both Captain Badt and Radio Operator Bennett of the U. S. S. Tuscaloosa, which rescued the Nazi crew of the scuttled liner Columbus, are non"Aryans"? INFORMATION If you want to knowall there is to know about assimilation or anti-Semitism. Arabs or Aryan legislation, artists or athletes. Americana or the Australian Jewish community, lie sure YOU get the first volume of the Universal Jewish Enelclopedia, .just published and the first such referenee work to be brought ou* in this country in thirty-five years The other nine volumes of the Encyclopedia will appear as quickly as the dozens of scholars who have been laboring on them can ready them Did you see that article in The Synagogue Light, monthly magazine of Wall Street Synagogue, in which Dr. David I. Maeht and Moses B. Macht deelare the patriarch Jacob to have been the discoverer of the Mendelian principle of heredity? ... It Was by the application of this principle that Jacob bred his flock of speckled goats and brown sheep, say tiie Maehs ... In Behlehem, Palestine, birthplace of Jesus. Christmas is celebrated three times every year—on December 25th by the Catholics, on January 6th by the Greek Orthodox Church and on January 18th by the Armenians Add to your store of odd and useless information tb.it Disraeli had twentyone fiancees before he acquired hisjvife, and that some years ngo one Senora Salamea Wolf had her husband's picture tattooed on her tongue in expiation for having nagged him to death DRAMATIC STUFF What Oscar Serlin, producer of "Life With Father,'' finds^ most thrilling about the command performance of his play scheduled to take place at Washington on the President's birthday is the fact that his own natal anniversary falls on the same date as F. D. R.'s When you see this hit play, incidentally, you might keep in mind that the brother called Whitney on the stage, who in real life is named Julian Day, was once associated with a British firm named Salomon and Company During the world war Julian served with Lord Allenby's forces in Palestine, and was so severely wounded in the battle of Jerichc/ that he was reported dead, and on his recovery from his in juries had a hard time convincing the military authorities that he was really alive ... If the theatre is one of your hobbies be sure you get a copy of Bernard Sobers "Theatre Handbook" The Jewish angle on the pioneering days of the movie industry includes the fact that Mack Bennett's first Keystone comedy was entitled "Cohen at Coney Island," that Broncho Billy, the first movie celebrity, was born Marx Aronson, that the first "jungle film" was made by the Sehg Company thirty years ago and that the first world famous star to be featured in an American film was Sarah Bernhardt GIGLE HERE We can't resist passing on this gag, gleaned from Winohell A .nan says to another man thai he had a strange dream last night .He dreamed Hitler died And he went to the funeral ... It was the darndes, thing, he said They let the coffin down into the grave, poured earth on .t, pat ed it down and then pulled it up again They lowered 1 and raised it at least half dozen times, going through the sam business each time" ... "Bui whyasks the o her guy ous New Years celebration ever sponsored by the Y. M. H. A. came to a close in the wee hours of January 1st 1940. The Evans Hotel, scene of this gala occasion, was privileged to have the largest crowd ever to enter its portals. True, there may have been a little inconvenience because of the over flow but with the curfew signaling the arrival of 1940, all convention was forgotten with everyone joining in the singing of Auld I.ang Syne. Chester Alexander then presented a fine floor show enjoyed by those present enough to appreciate same. About 2:00 a. m. the entire assemblage entered the Evans Spanish Ballroom where our ace cameraman. Herman Waitsman. showed pictures in technicolor taken at our Eighth Annual Ball. Senator Ray Murray amused with his mimics per (Lew I^hr). Among the prominent guests present were, Colin English, superitendent of Schools of Florida and our dear friend Rev. Dick Evan?. All in all, everyone had a swell time and most likely a swell headache as an aftermath. Our thanks to Mr. Maurice Grossman. I>ew Safan, and Margie Roberts for their splendid efforts in handling the reservations etc. AND NOW FOR THE CAVALCADE OF STARS SHOW Harry Richman and George Jessel To Act as M. C.'s for the Y. M. H. A. Show Through the splendid efforts of Nick Kenny, that (Irish) columnist with the New York Daily Mirror and song writer of reknown, plus the able assistance of our Executive Director, Mr. Maurice Grossman, the "Y" ha* been assured of two of the entertainment world's outstanding per formers; Harry Richman and Georgie (mom) Jessel who have definitely promised to M. C. our Fifth Annual CAVALCADE OF STARS show which will take place this year as in 1939 at the newly decorated Plaza Theatre, on Miami Beach. There is a great deal of work ahead for the committee in charge consisting of Ix-o Robinson and Matty Bandler, co-chairmen, and Herman Waitsman ticket chairman. Greater Miami is today the play ground of more stars of stage, screen and radio fame than ever before in its history and if for no other reason, we expect to be hosts to the greatest array of stars ever assembled on one stage. Come Tuesday, January 30th 1940 midnight at the Plaza Theatre. Wateh these columns weekly for more data concerning the Y. M. H. A. CAVALCADE OF STARS SHOW! "Y" Cagers Lose Thriller, 32 • 30 Opening their basket ball season last Wednesday at the Miami Hi school gymn the Y. M. H. A. showed to good advantage, although defeated, in the last seconds of the game, by the Close Beauty Shop in a City League scheduled game. Outstanding for the Y. M. H. A. were the Green brothers. Mush and Al ably ass sted by Art Baida. Kenny Casselman. the Weintraub brothers, Phil and Milton. Games will be played each and every Wednesday starting at 7:30 p. m. at the Miami High school gym, 24th avenue and S. W. 1st street. Buy a season ticket for $1.00 from manager Lew Safan or from our Executive Director. Maurice Grossman. Individual games are twenty-five cents per person, with receipts used to sponsor the team in this league. Last year, as you all remembei. the "Y" reached the finals and this year we can assuredly hope for nothing less, we hope. Ne\t Wednesday the team plays the Miami University Freshmen cagers. Give but for the Grace of So that Others May Live — God it Might Have Been YOU! GIVE! MIAMI M.VMIM m tin o m A i. C 4J A %  c L I • C-fl ''• o r. kI I NEW YORK 1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE PHONE 5-7 7 7 7 A Jewish Funeral Home In Miami Beach Our experience of 50 years of Service to Orthodox, Conservative ind Reform Jewry is your assurance of strict compliance with every Jewish ritual CHARLES ROSENTHAL EDWARD ROSENTHAL MORTON ROSENTHAL



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PAGE FOUR THE JZW1SM rLOMDIAJf FKjDAY, JANTTARY 5. 1940 wJemsti Meridian PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Bx 297S PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue I J. LOUIS SHOCHET. F.diter ] FRKD K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second class Matter July 4, 19S0, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year ..._ „.._ „ $2.80 Six Months $ 1.04 VOLUME 13 — NUMBER 1 JANUARY 5, 1940 A Community Center By MAURICE GROSSMAN The New Year brings with it new hopes to the Jewish Community in Greater Miami. At last, We hope, the long cher.shed dream of a Jewish Community Center Building in this area is about to lx' realised Heretofore a Jewish Commnuity Center Building was mere talk. Mark Twain, the great humorist once sad. "Every fcody talks about the weather but nobody does anything about it." For many years the people in Miami have discussed and talked about a Community Center Building but it remained for the Y. M. H. A., that great Youth Building organization "to do something about it." At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors of the "Y" we were appointed chairmen of a committee to organize a planning board whose duty it will be to make a complete study and gather data for a Community Center Building. It will be our purpose n this article to outline briefly the aims and principles of 1I1 g Planning Hoard. The planning of a Community Center structure is governed primarily by the needs of the community it is to serve. It should be based upon the program of the organ, zation and since the program depends upon the pacific needs of the community, the building should reflect the efforts In Memoriam MOTHER She traveled the journey before you. She has known all the cost of the way. She paid out the price to its fullness That Motherhood only can pay. She loved when the world was against you, She hoped — when your hope sank and died. She clung to your hand when the clinging I-eft scars in her heart deep and wide. She labored—and loved— and was happy. For down deep in her kind heart she knew Your kindness and love would repay her For all that she did— just for you. —A. S. Shochet. IDA SHOCHET DIED 23rd OF TEBETH, 5688 (JANUARY 15, 1928) In Loving Remembrance .... Her Children MAURICE GROSSMAN executive director of the Young Men's Hebrew Association who has just been appointed as chairman to formulate a planning board for a Jewish Community Center. to meet these needs in the maximum degree. While it becomes apparent that there can be no universal application of a building plan to meet all situations -it will be the purpose of this Board, as we have above outlined, to so make its plan so that it may serve this community with its very needs and resources. It is our idea that the personnel of this Board should be composed of the lead ers of the respective Jewish organ zations in this area. Those men and women wh I understand the problems of their respective organizations. The selections of these leaders will not be on the "hit and miss" basis, but will be selected after a careful study of the personnel of each organization. With reference to the actual structure, it is our idea that we should have a large auditorium. a stage, a well euipped kitchen to serve banquets and dinners for the various organizationsa well equipped gymnasium, a lounge and lobby, several meeting rooms, a library and swimming pool. We are also of the opinion that since many organizations in the city maintain down town offices and pay a considerable rental, that a Community Tenter Building should provide office space for the var ions organizations so that they may have complete facilities in such a building. It is absolutely imposs ble to set forth a detailed set of standards or give minute detail and directions for the plan of such a bu : lding. Indeed, the problems involved in planning a building of th;s type are too numerous and too complex. Therefore, we have tried in a general way to give you a bird's eye view of our idea of a Commnuity Center Building. That the Y. M. II. A. should take the initial step in the planning of such a building is very obvious because the Young Men's Hebrew Association of Greater Miami the outstanding organiza tion in the south. We say this advisedly because of the work we have done in the past and our plans t" ir the futon A brief resume of our program is as follows: 1—Our Cultural and Educational department we sponsor lectures, open forums. Spelling bees, radio broadcasts, vocational guidance and Amor canization classes. 2 — In our Social Department we have our an nual CAVALCADE OF STARS which, this year, will be held on midnight. January30th at the Plaza Theatre and in which Nick Kenny of the New York Daly Mirror will present Harry Richman and George Jessel as M. C.'s with an all star studded cast. In addition to our Cavalcade, we have our annual Ball, our Post Yom Kippur Dance and our New Year's Frolic and the annual Picnic. 3—In our Athletic Department we aim to develop the standards of work in physical educat on and athletics and pursuant thereto we sponsor a diamond ball team, basket ball team, bowling 'team, box ng, wrestling, ping pong, badminton, chess. checkers, and volley ball. 5—In our program is our Home Camp tin' purpose of which is to provide an organized educational?recrea t onal program for boys and girls who stay at home in the summer time. Patterned after outdoor camps, insofar as activities. (Continued on Page Five) whose loving deeds will always remain an everlasting memory. _L DIED 20th DAY OF TEBET, 5677 JANUARY 14, 1917 **



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 5. 1940 THE JEWISH FLOMDIAN PAGE FIVE GREATEST YEAR FOR U. P. A. WILL BE MARKED AT CONFERENCE ON PALESTINE, JAN. 6th & 7th 1>9 Having realized an income of more than $5,000,000 in 1939, the United Palestine Appeal will celebrate American Jewry's greatest year of effort for Palestine rebuilding at the National Conference for Palestine in Washington, D. C. on Saturday evening, January 6th and Sunday, January 7th. More than 1300 delegates will pay tribute to the dynamic leadership of Dr. Abba Hillel Silver (left). National Chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, who made this record possible through his energetic service as United Palestine Appeal and United Jewish Appeal National Chairman in 1939. The need for providing for absorption of 35,000 refugees who entered Palestine in the past twelve months will be stressed among issues considered at the Washington conference. Promotion of immigration and colonization as illustrated in (1) arrival of homeless Jew6 on refugee ship on Palestine shore; (2) education and health for child victims of oppression; (3) training of refugee youth for new life on the land and (4) extending Jewish agricultural settlement activities in cooperation with Arab neighbors will be hailed as major American Jewish achievement through the United Palestine Appeal. HI r? %  ~^ I). J. AI'IT. Chairman of the Special Gifts Committee, JJn.V^S&UcLa. ** w,lh Innanprina aalMH SM %  •"* %  tamp. Bunlng\c walionvry liour. •OrUUAg-WICtD COCKTAIL LOUNGE and COFFEE SHOP The re-port luncheons of the Campaign of the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds will be held Tuesday and Thursday of this week with the Miami Beach (I visions meeting at the Hotel Evans and the Miami divisions at the Palatial Kosher Restaurant at 12:15 p m. Reports between the divisions will be exchanged over the teleph ne and great rivalry is antic l between the Miami and Miami Beach divisions. ,_ + L. E. EDWARDS Real Estate 6812 BISCAYNE BLVD. GREETINGS C. S. CHERBINO Now Small Homes — Every Convenience — Nicely Located $400 Cash — Balance MonthlyIncludes Insurance & Taxes stith si. A BISCAYNE BLVD. Phone 7-r>0.">0 V UU IIIII .W mi lHARRY RICHMAN Master of Ceremonies of the "Y" Cavalcade of Stars. BURNETT'S PUKE VANILLA anil other extracts always uniform ill quality and flavor. Good Cooks Prefer Them KOOLMOTOR GASOLINE and OILS ACME TIRES CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS ORANGE STATE OIL CO. Distributors A Community Center (Continued from Page Three) organized and management an concerned, the "Y" Home Camp! I offers youngsters from 6 to 11 years of age a supervised program of play and instruction The part season we had a total enrollment of 75 children with an average daily attendance of 39 children. Sessions were held daily, Monday thru Friday from 9:30 a. m. until 4:30 p. m When weather permitted the children were taken to the beach in buses. Lunch was served daily and milk served twice a day. Each chid was given a physical examination by the Camp physician who was in daily communication with the Camp to see that every child's health was safely guarded. Some of the activities taught by our Camp Directress and her staff of counsellors were: Arts athletics, checkers, chess, dancing, diamond ball, dramatics, games, Jewish Folk Lore, library, music, ping pong, reading, sewing. songs, story telling, swimming, and pageants. A community Center therefore is valuable because it will draw the Jewish young men and women together and furnish a communal Center independent of many ties and divisions in the Community. Managed n the proper spirit the Community Center will afford the best opportunities for the growth of the Jewish People and cannot hut aid in deepening of their spiritual. educational ai^l recreational consciousness in the promotion of the soc al and educational life of the community in general. Therefore we urge everyone who has the interest of the community at heart to support the GREATER MIAMI FEDERATION OF JEWISH WELFARE FUNDS in its drive which begins January 7th and ends January 17th. By contributing to the Federation we will advance that much further to our. realization of a Community Center Building. RABBI PAUL RICHMAN National Membership Director of B'nai B'rith. B'nai B'rith Joint Installation Sunday So that Others May Live GIVE'. (Continued from Pa.e One) Irvin Siegel, Second Vice-President; Miss Beulah B. Godwin, Recording Secretary; Mrs. Sadie Weinberg, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. Joseph A. Berman, Financial Secretary; Mrs. Charles Beckw tt. Treasurer; and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. Audit ir, Members of the Board of Ladies Auxiliary to be installed are Mesdames Meyer Schwartz. Frank Corel. Sol Weinkle. Sam Blank, Sam Weissel, Maurice Grossman, George Goldberg. Harry Orlin. Monte Selig, Milton Saslaw, Ida Optner, Harry Marl: iw tz, J, Engler. Max Steuer, and Benjamin Le Vine. Mr. Harold Turk. Chairman of the Banquet Committee has announced that the program will ; nclude the rendition of several solnj by Evelyn Raff, well known singer, accompanied by Frieda Kahn. String music Will be played during the program and at the conclusion of the dinner a dance will be held in the Reception Room of the Hotel Evans. Reservations for the Banquet should be mailed to Harold Turk at 1120 Ingraham Bldg. The charge is $2.00 per person. Give — but for the Grace of God it Might Have Been YOU! ;



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Cr PAGB SIX THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN FRIDAY, .TANTARY 5, 1940 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) Office Phone 2-1473 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi—497 Southwest 18th Road Home Phone 2-2176 •PERMANENT CALENDAR Daily services at 7 a. mand Friday evening 8:15. Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30 a. m. Late Friday evening sen-ices. Friday evening 8:15. Junior service*. Saturday 10:30 a. ir. Hebrew School. 3:15 to G:15 p. m. Sunday School. Sunday 10:00 a. Bl. iBar-Mrtzvah Group, Sunday 9:00 a. m. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. The A. Z. A., or Junior B'nai B'rith will conduct the services this coming Friday Evening at 8:15. Cantor Louis Hayman. accompanied by the Beth David Choir will chant the Liturgic Melodies. Rabbi Abraham Kellner, of the Miami Orthodox Congregation, will be the guest speaker and will propound the respons.bility revol v.ng upon Jewish Youth To-Day. He will speak on the subject, "Live and Help Live." The "Oneg Shabbos" and social hour will take place in the auditorium after the services. Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman, will serve as hosts in honor of the.r 2Sth wedding anniversary. RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL INSTRUCTION JUNIOR CONGREGATION:— The services of the Seniors and Juniors conducted by the Junior Congregation takes place every Saturday morning at 10:30. Haloid Shapiro .Albert Eskanazi and Give Thanks by Giving! MOTOR OVERHAUL $3.00 PER CYLINDER Dont rebore—we guarantee to stop your motor from pumping oil and •moking—We install special ringsgrind valves — synchronize points — clean and adjust carbuerator — Tune up motor — 90-Day Guarantee DOWNTOWN GARAGE 34 S. W. First St. Ph. 2-7233 Herbert Glazeroff are in charge of the services. We are happy to note that the attendance is increasing rapidly from Sabbath to Sabbath. A "Kiddush" is given in the auditorium immediately 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 eligible to attend. The boys are taught the melodies for the different "Portions of Law." TALMUD TOR AH:— An Novation has ben made in the eurrculum of our daily Hebrew School that of "Nigena" liturgumusic as a special course, once a week, under the direction of Cantor I. Kaminsky. The Talmud Torah curriculum includes the study of elementary and advanced Hebrew, "Chumosh" with "Ras-hi. Niveim," rel gion and its laws, Yiddish and other subjects pertaining to our Hebraic culture. SUNDAY SCHOOL:— It ia with deep satisfaction that Beth David Sunday School has reached what is -considered to be an Institution most observant of decorum and scholastic attainment. The classes are under the capable guidance of registered and licensed teachers. We urge parents to become more vitally interested in the welfare of their children and attend the assembly from 11:30 to 12. So that Others May Live GIVE! Junior Hadassah By Elsie Kronenfeld 1940 is here and has brought with it, we hope, peace and happiness for all the world. We hope that the children of all the world will not have the horrors to remember and color the rest of their I.ves as have so many unfortunates. Especially do we wish this for our own children of Meier Shfeyah for to some extent we. Junior Hadassah, can alleviate their troubles. We know the courage and foresight of these children better than that of others for they are our own. We know how the 160 bays and girls of this self-governing village chose to stay ir. their small community fighting for the future of coming young people rather than vacate to places of safety when the Arabs loosened their fury last year. We knowhow these small folks go out each day to till the soil and learn first hand the lore of the earth. We understand the inner strength they must muster day after day with which to cope with the problems of grown men and women. These youngsers of between 10 and 16 years of age captured a spirit that many of us younger folks lost long ago. In the evening they sing the ageless songs of their people and play the old games and dance the ancient dances. They dont deserve fear and terror as their daily bread. We, Junior Hadassah. pray that in this year we can save them from that. The meeting this coming Monday night will be in honor of the paid up members. These girls will sing the "Tree of Life" that represents strength in membership. The tree will then be sent to Palestine to be hung in one of the Junior Hadassah buildings. The membership chairman and her committee: Jane Gershon and Ida Safer, Betty and Eva Smith. Rose Bushkoff, Fay Engel. and Ruthie Bernstein, are planning thus part of the program. The girls who would like to sign their names may have that right by paying up their dues. Only paid up members may be a branch of strength on TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. HABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6SS6 Indian Creek Driv—-lZS 63 N. E. Slat St.—z-*54l MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either r both of the Rabbis will b* In the Temple every mornlnx. You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewls communlty or your personal problems. Tou will be assured sympathetic h-arlng and advice, and. needless to say. each matter will be held in strict confidence. IN ORLANDO ITS THE EL CHICO CAFE (On the Aver.ue) Special Menu for Late Parties OPEN ALL NIGHT Chico-Chich Served at the CURB ONLY 496 N. Orange Ave. (At Amelia) ORLANDO M! ILLIONS suffer less from Headsche, Acid Indigestion, Distress 1 of Colds "Morning After" and Muscular Fatigue because they have heard—and believed—Alka-Seltzer radio announcements. To these millions, the relief obtained by the use of Alka-Seltzer is worth far more than the genuine enjoyment they get from the broadcasts. The most important parts of our radio program, both to you and to us, are the commercial announcements. Once you have tried Alka-Seltzer we believe you will agree with us. But try Alka-Seltzer because it is an unusually effective medicine not because you enjoy the radio programs. WHY ALKA-SELTZER IS SO EFFECTIVE The pain-relieving analgesic in Alka-Seltzer is in complete solution, ready to ease the distress as soon as you swallow it. The painrelieving action is made mote effective by alkaline buffers. The alkalizing elements in Alka-Seltzer reduce excess stomach 0 ',1 acidity. Get Alka-Seltzer the next time you pass a drug store. Large package CM Small package 3M Try a glass of Alka-Seltzer at your Drug Store Soda Fountain. Alka-Seltzer CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation." Hillel. SABBATH EVE SERVICES Services will be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan who will de liver the sermon on Federation week entitled "Eternal Justice and Temporary Charity." A reception will follow and all members and visitors are welcome. SABBATH MORNING SERVICES Saturday morning January 6th at 11 a. m. services will be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Colman A. Zw tman and Miss Lenore Cohen, were married quietly Tuesday evening January 2nd at the Hollywood Beach Hotel in the presence of Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan and Nathan Zwit man. this tree. A talk by an unannounced but "interesting speaker" will bring the meeting to a close. LIBRARY WEEK Please note and pay attention to this very important announcement of the Mayor's Proclamation of LJBRARY WEEK January 8th to 13th and a general invitat'on to all to attend the community Round Table discussion and open forum on Miami's library prohjems Thursday January 11th at 2:30 p. m. at the Civic Centre, is extended. YArTRZEITS "May the Father of peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Fr.day evening, the memory of the follow ; ng will be hallowed: Benjamin Wertheimer, hrother of Mr. A. Wertheimer; Samuel Liebling, brother of Mr. Norman Liebling; Frank L. Simon, father of Mr. Herbert A. S mon; Michael Selig Magid. father of Mr. Harry I. Magid; Nancy Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry 1). Williams; Samuel Simon, father of Mr. Harry V. Simons; Selig Metzger. father of Mrs. J. Eppstein; Julius Kahn, father of Mr. A. L. Kahn. 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T FRIDAY. JANUARY ^ 1940 a k -* THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 154o S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KBLLNBR, Rabbi RABBIT 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. Shahish Sudes: 5:15 p. m. Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset. IN MEMORIAM J. LOUIS SHOCHET Just one year ago, our Congregation suspended all its activities for a week to honor the memory of one of its founders the late Yehuda I.ieb Ben Abrohom Shmuel Shochet, Olov Hasholom. and today we pause once more to revere his memory. Th'S t me. however, with action, activities and deed* These will be a f'ttintr memorial to him whose vis on and guidance were largely responsible for the establishment and growth of out Synagogue. When we i aue I ol ei ve the first Yahrzeit the thought come* to m'n 1 thai we Jews pay more al i ntion to cur r-orrowa than t i our joys. Indei d, we mark tlie destruction of the II >lv Temple but there is no Festival th:it would mark its or'g'nal dedication. We mourn on the day that we left our Holy Land but no celebrations indicate when the city of Jericho fell. This doe'" but effectively indicate our firm resolve that on every charred ruin we will erect a new sanctuary. Therefore are these days of mourning important since they provide the means whereby we renew our efforts to build anew where death and de %  traction held their previous sway The first sorrowful Yahrzeit too provides the means whereby we renew our efforts in the building anew where death and destruction held their sway. Hence our CHEVRAH MISHNOTH will launch a permanent study class which will meet daily three quarters of an hour before Mincha and will commence on the first Yahrzeit of our late and revered brother. The Mishna group w II also sponsor a Sefer Hachaim or Book of Life wherein will be inscribed the names of those of our dear ones who are gone but never forgotten. It is proper and ft ting that the first name to he everlastingly memoral sed is the name of h'm whose efforts so greatly aided every cultural program in our midst. Our Sunday --•-! Hebrew Sri ools are al i anxious to met rialize h's to our schools hence they ann unce the .1. lOUIS 8HOCHET MEMORI \l. MEDAL This award will be made once a year and w II be given to the chid who made the most progress in his studies for the year. This coveted award wh'ch is donated by the Shochet Family, will be presented to the winning student each year during the Closing Exere sea. There are manv local and | nat'onal causes to which our late > Mr. Shochet devoted his tireless energy but none as important as the forthcoming FEDERATION DRIVE We can honor the memory of J. Lou's Shochet best by remembering that he wA a brave soldier who fell during battle and was called from our midst during the heat of the first campa gn which he so immensely aided to launch. In these fateful and tragic days no Jew worthy of his name would refuse to do his utmost for the amelioration of human suffering.. We pray and plead with all and everyone to give the most and help the ones dependent upon our immediate help. Another worthwh le endeavor rnonsored so effectively by our late and beloved friend was THE BNAI BRITH We. therefore extend our sincere congratulations to the incoming officers of Sh-dom I-odev B'na ; B'rith who are to be installed Tuesday January 9th and in doing so we express a sincere hope that the incoming officers w'll be enabled to work for the reeds of our people in a manner most successful. Space does not permit to enumerate the many fields of Jewish endeavor which were h ; inter Yel in thinking of them we cannot help but | lace ur Schul In the foreground ai I reverently remind one manv fr < nds that the dav wh'ch marks one Jewish year from the Yom Hakvurah we art arranging A PILGRIM *GW! TO THE CEMETERY and Sunday morning the 26th dav of Teveth immed ately after the Shachris services we will proceed to the Cemetery to recite the memorial prayers and renew once more the spir tual ties which b'nd us to th" memory of this dear friend. To Indicate however thai the memory of the ri<*hte us ia blessing only when their deeds are continued by those succeed'nu them we are pleased to observe that the traditional nterest in all things Jewsh is fully carried Oil Council hews The National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section will hold their regular weekly Forum Friday at 2 p. m. at the Evans Hotel, Miami Beach. The guest speaker of the afternoon will be Reverend Miles Blanchard whose subject will be "Challenges to Democracy." Mrs. Robert Siegal accompanied by Mrs. Maurice S. Salomon will present the musical program. The Personality Garden will have as the r discussion the tonic "On Being Brutally Frank." Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will inaugurate a new series in the study course on Jewish novelists and the contemporary American novel. An open forum will follow the main speaker's address. The public is -invited to attend. A social hour will follow. SOCIETY TO GIVE CARD PARTY Plans for a benefit card party to be sponsored by the Greati r Miami Pioneer Women's Organisation were discussed at their regular meeting held Wednesday. Details will be announced in next week's issue. • • VISITS HERE Mrs. H. Manhoff of Philadelphia, Pa., is visiting ,n Miami with her sons Jack apd Joe. • • • VACATION HERE Mrs. D. Dyer, of Philadelphia, Pa., visiting in Miami with relatives and friends. Give More — the Needs Are Greater! by the Shochets and that every expression of Jewish life s fully respected by them. Another e\ prss'on of reverence will be THE SHALOS SEUDOS CIRCLE which w 11 also observe the Yah. zeit with the family who w'll pre vide this traditional Sabbath meal for those wh i foregather during the twilight hour of the Sabbath to sing the praises of the Lord and laud Him with v ai I craving for His mercy enduretli forever. (I ve More Greater! — thi N' eds Are MANFRED M UNGARO ARCHITECT 7039 N. E. SECOND AYE. Kosher Killed Chickens and Turkeys. Compare our Poultry and Prices UMBRELLA SERVICE STATION UMBRELLA GARAGE PHONE 5-1E05 1600 Alton Ro.-id—Miami Meach PHONE 57707 130S 2<)th St. — Miami Beach SERVICE THAT SATISFIES WOLPtRT' : rURrflTUREi BARGAINS! .' > "We Refuse To Be Undersold %  %  ">' -: :': %  .. ; %  15S W. FLAGLER St. PHONE 3-4132 Do You Own Your Home? 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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. 10-tii L BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach t AIR RACES START TODAY MOSES ME8CHEL0FF, Rabbi (2S Michigan Avenue •Phone B-13!S MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue •Phone 5-3013 DAILY SERVICES Shachriss: 7:00 and 8:00 a. m.; Saturday, 7:00 and 9:00 a. m. Mincha: 5:15 p. m. daily. Maariv: 5:50 p. m. daily. Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at 5:30 p. m. The Rabbi will speak on the "Portion of the Week." FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM "In search of G-d" will be this Friday night's subject by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Mamches will lead in the singing. The forum begins at 8:30 sharp. Come early to get a seat. Everyone is welcome. "Out of Exile" will be the Subject of the Rabbi's lecture at the Saturday morning service. BEACH MIZRACHI MEETING The men's and women's divisions of the Miami Beach Mizrachi will me*t Saturday night at 8:30 p. m. Reports of the Chanukah affair and the J. N. F. drive will be presented. A guest speaker and Mr. S. Fein.-niith. HABANOTH The Miami Beach Habanoth, a group of girls between the ages of 13 and 17, will meet Monday at 7:00 p. m, A report on their latest entertainment will be presented. Plans for their next act.vity will be discussed. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff is the sponsor of this group. OTHER ORGANIZATIONS The A. Z. A. will meet Sunday at 7:30 p. m. The Boy Scout troop will meet Tuesday at 8:00 p. m. The Council of Jewish Juniors meets every other Tuesday night. The Pioneer Women meet every other Wednesday night. The Jr. Pioneer Women meet every Thursday at 8:00 p. m. The Young Judeans under the leadership of Miss D. Coopersmith, meet Thursday nght at 8:00 p. m. Americanization classes are composer and music an, will grace conducted by the Council of Jew the cultural program. Refresh ments will be served. We welcome all adult men and wmen. SISTERHOOD MEEriNG Our Sisterhood will meet Monday night at 8:00*p. m. at the synagogue. Mrs. B. H. I.ondon will preside. The Banquet report will be presented. Refreshments will be served. A cultural program is being planned. Everyone is cordially inv.ted. MINNIONAIRES Our Minniinaires, a group of boys between the ages of 13 and 18 will meet as usual. Sunday at 9:00 a. m. to conduct their own minyan. and to enjoy a communal breakfast after the service. They meet also at 8:00 p. m. Wed nesday for a social meeting anil plans for athletic act.vities. The group is under the direction of Mr. L. Klein. I ish W^men every Monday and Wednesday night at 8:00 p. m. RURAL RUBE AT WEST FLAGLER TRACK Give More Greater! The fastest greyhound in the world is now racing at West Flagler Kennel Club. He is Rural Rube, holder of the 516th mile and Futurity course world records. This speedy son of My Laddie turned in an amaz ing Ftring of victories last summer at Revere Beach, Mass. It was also on that track that Rural Rube turned in those two World record breaking performances. In 25 start.-at Revere, Rural Rube won 19 races and was out of the money only one time. That I record is uncontested by any the Needs Are) greyhound in the United States i today. Miami All-American Air Mar. euvers off.cials announced that this year's aerial classic, scheduled for January 5, 6. and 7, will be identified as "the greatest concentration of privately owned ailcraft in aviation h story" with an estimated 1,000 planes of all types in attendance. Basis for the claim, according to R. V. Waters, air race general chairman, was announcment of four of the nation's largest lighi plane manufacturers that the annual southern cruise of the L gh' Plane Cavalcade will arrive in Miami on January 4. Supplementing the horde of small aerial speedsters from all parts of the country which an naully wing their way to Florida and Miani: for this city's "Olympics of Aviation" will be an anticipated 250 arrivals in the Bernarr Macfadden Onto-Miami race. Unique in Amer can air racing, the Macfadden event will be flown from seven starting points—New York. Rochester, Chicago, Detroit. St. Lous, Dallas and Houston— for an ••>••.2~>0 added purse and thi' Macfadden trophy to the pilot who makes the fastest miles per hour elapsed time from his start ing point. However, it may be mentioned that Rural Rube :s not the only big time greyhound now racing at the picturesque West Flagler oval. A greyhound by the name of General Manager is now milk ing things hot for Rural Rube al the Flagler oval, while Cherokee Stroller also is making life mis erable for the world record holders. Flagler this year boasts of hav mg the finest collection of grey hounds ever assembled on any greyhound track in America. There time performances prove that. ARIE TO SPEAK SATURDAY NIGHT (Continued from Page One) a leading interpreter of the law in Austria. During the war, Dr. Arie serv ed with the rank of Captain and received four medals for d Btinguished service. Following the war he was named District Attorney in Vienna, the only Jew who ever held that post. TEN DAY DRIVE STARTS SUNDAY SERVING — MIAMI BEACH and MIAMI Miami Jewish Funeral Home "EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH" PHONE 3-3431 719 S. W. 12th AVE. AMBULANCB SERVICE &f ,=.•.•. HUNDREDS OF PLANES THOUSANDS OF THRILLS ADVANCE TICKET SALE NOW ON COLUMBUS HOTEL SEASON BOX GENERAL FOR 6 ADMISSION $ 25 60c RESERVED SEATS 90c, $1.25, $1.80 MIAMI RIDE THE COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED FLORIDA SUNBEAM Tho Short-cut to tho NORTH ALL-AMERICAN AIR MANEUVERS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT JANUARY 5, 6, 7 "OLYMPICS OF AVIATION" To the North and West to Micon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Detroit. Lv. Miami 7:00 P.M. Through sleeping cars for Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit. Through coach to Detroit. Direct route from Florida via Hampton. Travel in coorfort and safety at low cost—in coaches and Pullman cars. Lounge car, dining car. First trip northbound. Doc. 17th CITY TICKET OFFICE 173 E. Flafll — St. .Miami. Phone3-8391 T. W. Uekaft, A.O.P.>* • %  ABOARD RAILWAY SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM DR. MANFRED ARIE The banquet will mink the for Dial opening: of the Federation drive which startc January 7th and lasts thru January I7th. Workers will rece ve final in %  tractions at the banquet tomorrow night. Members of the Jewish com munity arcurged to aid the work (Continued from Page One) head the special gifts committee. The Federation has comm tted itself to assist in the support of eight overseas, five local, one regional and twenty-three national organ'zations. A list of these will be found in another section of th s week's issue. Federation paid its first year's committments in full and with greater needs this year than ever before necessitating the increased budget. Greater Miami .Jewry will be sol cited by more than 500 workers who have enlisted giving their active participation to the drive. Stanley C. Myers giving his opin.on about the coming drive, said. "If the campaign enthusiasm as evidenced by the co op i ration of the entire community in the Drive starting Sunday is a criterion, I am sure that we W 11 be successful in this tremendously important undertaking." Anyone desiring? information pi rtaining to the drive or about Federation is requested to con tact Beulah B. Godwin, executive seen tary of the Federation, at is offices in the Congress Build01 the solicitors, each of whom will have accredited credential"!, by giving them their subscr ptions and signing their pledge ranis without delay. ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION 320 N. E. FIRST STREET Catering to the Discriminating since 1925 COLUMBUS HOTEL FHONE 2-8471 +THE MARY M. BLACK BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL 666 SOUTHWEST FOURTH ST.—MIAMI—PHONE 255t : Wishes you and Yours twelve months of prosperity and success during the coming year. Incidentally, your k ddies receive the best when entrusted to our care. Hoys and girl-. :f to 12 years. Kindergarten to Junior High. ESTABLISHED lUls LITERATURE ON REQUEST REFERENCES: Mrs. Ella Rindon of Mary's Bake Shop and Market. M. Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Marks, M ami Beach Radio Cab and Baggage Co. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rabin. Rabins Congoleum & Shade Co., Miami, August Bros. Families. OPENIMO TH DEC. 21, THROUGH JAN. 9 MIAMI'S FRIENDLY RACECOURSE % > •„y I) i



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& Jewish Mondial in Federation Supplement This supplement contains a bird's-eye view of the activities of some of the Ihirlv-citfhl beneficiaries of the Ureater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare funds Cumnaitrn which begins Sundav, Jan. 7. SUPPLEMENT EDITION MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRLDAY, JANUARY 5, 1040 PAGS NINE $ ^ XUill you sentence them to death? Greater Miami Federation of JANUARY 7 thru 17th i •



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Pago Ten TEE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. JAXTARY 5, m„ WHERE FEDERATION MONEY WILL GO! I OVERSEAS 155,650 AMERICAN ORT FEDERATION: Train., Jews in six Euro pean countries in trades .raf's and agricultural occupations. .HADASSAH (Includes Youth Aliyah). The women's Zionist organization is the bearer of med leal .service, health, sanitation and health education to Palestine. One of it's latest achievements is the Hadas.-iahRothschild Univei Hospital. The American sponsoi for Youth Aliyah. which resetl refugee youth in Palestine. JEWISH SCHOOLS IN PO LAND: The Central Yiddish School Organization was founded in Warsaw n 1921; condu colar public schools throughout Poland. The man language of in. %  .true* ion is Yiddish. Emphasis also pi le •'! on manual training. In other respects the curr resembles that of the govon lirmirj sch M>ls MED E M S -iNITORIUM: Founded in 1921 by the 1 iddish lion of P ntorium, | •tit •! >rg i lizal YIDDISH S< • n arl I • NATION VL LAB" vx %  VI ESTIN1 i • nd SO %  ll Paletine lab Help (FEDERATION HELPS YouUNITED JEWISH APPEAL, .c.snprising: AMERICAN JEWISH JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE: The major American Jewish orgsjiization now working in the distressed areas of Central Eu %  npe. Now carrying out program of relief, reci and rehal land. Gem • %  Hung rr, -.in"' i ED PA1 %  i I %  %  i Fund. The r sation, land-i graton, and indv I maintenance of Pali i -n ititut Ions and 1 ibsid tion of refug Palestine. NATIONAL REFUGEE SERVICE: Has been set up to Uik" the place of the National Coord! listing Committee for Aid to Ref ogees, and certain of its affiliates Activities which were formerly the functions of the groups, coordinated under the Na tional Coordinating Commil have now been consolidated with Tn the various departments of National Refugee Service, Inc., under the directions of a central iy.ed sAninistrative authority. It directs refugee resettlement in the United State-. So that Others May Live — GIVES YESHIVAHS: A fund has been and Pal %  1 ih -..ill. ai .1 this fund is scientifically and equ distributed among worthy Yeshiv ahs by a Committee composed il competent local Rabbis and lay men. NATIONAL $6,125 AMERICAN JEWISH COM MITTEE: Strives to obtain civ I and religious right I nil over the world. Ii has been nental in preventii nut! Semitic organ from functioning. AMERICAN JEWISH < ON GRESS: Cooperates with Jewish for the protect on .if Jewish minority rightIt i hen : %  %  \|i oi mic disc %  Jews. It cooperates in upbuilding of Palest B'N M B'RITH WIDER SCOPE COMMITTEE: famatioi Leag •>SIDNEY HOLLANDER Of Baltimore, president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, which ill hold iiseventh Vnnual General Vssemblj in 1 etroil Jan 27 29, 1940. *• One of the scenes of the Summer Home (amp s|ionx>red l>) the Young Min's Hebrew issocialion. i 'II|-\I 11. OF JEW 1SH : ERA riON AND WELFARE FUNDS. I body coM the I EX PATIENTS TUBERl ULAR HOME, DENVER: Pro-. and care for itoriums and h HEBREW SHELTERING IMMIGRANT AID SOI IK'H : iHIAS) \ Je h oi %  and .mini It %  JEWISH CONSUMPTIVE: EX I' V riENTS RELIEF SO( I ETY, U iS ANGELES: For %  %  tubei JEW ISH i INS! MPTIVES RELIEF SO< IETY DENVER tuberculosi 11 LABOR OOMMII al body of -t : Jew ish Labor in ta i mad.i '*1 Ketured hern are typical scenes of life of" new settlers in Palestine—left to right (top) a youngster learns the secret of the pneumatic drill; a general view of Kfar < Imim, new rural Hettlemeut; (center) mothers and children under the hright sky of Palestine; (above) old men regain their youth in tilling I li' soil ; | [eft ) t lie smile of a youth who has escaped persecution 1 off to work in an orange grove; the rooftops of the all-Jewish City of Tel Aviv whose population is l.">l>,00U. Help I'ul Federation Over the Top! *** 0)



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 104 F N V I Irei i -1 White Plag S'ATIONAI JEWISH \ DENVER: Old. ..... • i Eleven THEY LIVE AGAIN TALKING THINGS OVER at the National Jewish Hospital at nstirer These little fellows are patients In the Heineman Huildlng of the lnstlt tton, whi re they are being treated for active tuberculosis, in addition to '*• Children Service, the Hospital maintains complete facilities for the care nt adults suffering from all types of tuberculosis. The service is fr--e ud kuasei larian, and ;..'. e> u %  • >mp %  i a %  &K r*n at the mtmuj REGIONAL $1,200. HEBREW ORPHANS HOW ATLANTA. Ga.: For underpriv children, who are i IJ • i %  •' a real home. T • ed M iami : •many KM \| \V1I> 1! BE1 MIAMI BREW SCHOOL M:I. S (" H l MIAMI REFUGEE COMMIT TEE: A Leal I i'. ined of repre tives of all local agencies engaged in Welfare, Social Service and prat ion Work incidental to %  the i ION Ilebl \ %  Di\ I ... ADMINISTRATIVE < AMPAIGN and GENERAL EXPENSE i:i >Llt\ l. FOR < D l 1 v< nON SHRINKAGE 1 i M) FOR I TINGEN(*IES FOR EMERGEN) IKS Hebrew Orphan's Home in At ant.i, Georgia. LEFT -The chcildren's word ;it Hie Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital in Hot Sjrings, Ark The Hospital i-. non %  %  arian ;tti(! has many child pal ients. RIGHT \ the Y



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VOL. 13 NO. 1.
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MIAMI. PLOK1UA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 5. HMD
"hick 111 CENTS
FEDERATION OPENS $109,850. CAMPAIGN
TEN DAY DRIVE
STARTS SUNDAY
';
After weeks of intense plan Ario
ing and preliminary work,
under the direction of Stanley
('. Myers, president. Karon de
Ilirseli Meyer, General Cam-
paign Chairman, the Greater
Miami Federation of Jewish
Welfare Funds will launch its
1940 Campaign Sunday Jan-
uary 7th with a goal of #109,-
850. to be reached in a ten
day period ending January
seventeenth. Mr. Meyer nlso
successfully piloted the 1!':!!'
lo Speak
Saturday Night
Greater Miami. inaugurating
the 1!>40 Campaign of the Great-
i or Miami Federation of Jewish
Welfare Funds will hear Dr. Man
fred A He at a Worker's Banquet
to be held Saturday evening at
' the Hotel Kvans. Miami Beai 1
i tart ng at n "clock.
Dr. Arie. noted Viennese jurisl
has a keen ins ght into the prob-
lems of Jewry throughout the
world, having long studied the
ituntion I" the .lews in European
lands.
Dr. Arc. a profound student,
was "Oberlandeagerichtsrat and
Senatavorsitsender" in Vienna, a
position equivalent to that of a
pres dine justice of a State Su-
preme Court in the United States.
He was a member of the Jewish
Academic Fratem'ty "Hasmona-
ea," and a member of the "Ring
der Alter Heri juedischer Verb-
indunaren" in Vienna.
A Doctor of Law. and Profes-
sor of Criminal Law, Dr. Arie
contributed numerous art'clef on
legal r""tions and before com-
ing i this countrv was act've a-
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BARUN De HIRSCH MEYER
Campaign Chairman
Federation drive. A city
councilman of Miami Beach
;.n I a leader in the communal
affairs of Greater Miami, Mr.
Meyer underl >> ik the chair-
manship "f the drive without
hesitation stating:
B'nai RVith Joint
Installation Sunday W
Plan-; have been completed for
the annual installation baronet of
B'nai B'rith wh <'h If to be held
at the Hotel Evans Tuesday ev
en:ng. January 9, 1940, at 8:00
o'clock.
The nripc'nal sneaker will be
Rabbi Paul Richman. one of the
lead;ng members of the Conference
of American Rnhh's. who i a di
rector of the Nat onal Order of ,
B'nai B'rith. RaMv Richman is
coming to Miami for th" exnwws
Central Europe in addition to the nuroose of addressing the Lodge ...;
Bufferings of our fellow-Jews and inaugurating the new year,
here and the needs of our organ-1 Tbo Master of Cerem inic. Mr \J.
izationa in thin country leaves Harrv Simonboff. has advsed
u no alternative but to help THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN that
them in their pi ght as we are. the among the outstanding guests who
only immediate succor to which are exnected to be present at the
they may turn. The goal wc banquet are Walter Winehell. Con- ]
have set is the minimum amount j gressman Cellars of New York,
"hich we must raise if we are' Judee Aaron I*v-
to do our fair share."
"The realization of the tre-
mendoua responsibility that is
"urs fills me with an overwhelm
ir.g sense of obligation. The tragic
. nd tic n; ef our fellow Jews In
(iermany. Nazi Poland and the
her countries in Eastern and
Mr. Meyer ia assisted by Mr.
sonal'ties who are now vacation-
ing in the M:ami ares.
The installing officers will be
Klry Stone and Mrs. Stanley C. Brother Isaac Levin. First Vice-
Myers aa chairmen of the Men's President of the Fifth D'strict.
and Women's divisions respectiv-
ely, with Mr. Maurice J. Kopelo-
witz associate-chairman for the
Miami Men's d vision. Messrs
Joseph M. Rose and Leo Eisen
stein associate chairmen for
Miami Beach. Mrs. Monte Selig
nd Mrs. Max Dobrin are asso-
ciate-chairmen for the Miami
and M-ami Beach Women's divl-
F-'ons respectively.
D. J. Apte assisted by Sam
Blank and Benjamn Bronston
(Continued oa Page 8)
The officers to be installed are
J. Aron Abbtt. President; Abe
Aronovtz. Vice President; Bur-
nett Roth, Recording Secretary:
Marx Feinberg. Treasurer: Walter
Kovner. F;"*nHal Secretarv; E.
Albert Pallot. Monitor; S'dnev L.
Segall- Assistant Monitor: Max
Orovitz. C.uard'an: Dr. Harold
Rand. Warden: Matthew S. Band
ler, Trustee for three years; Dr.
Frank Coret. Trustee for one year:
Al Berkelev. Trustee for one year:
and Leo Eisensteln, Trustee for
BE GLAD
ITS ONLY MONEY
Federation, dedicated to greater service, Marches On with a concentrat-
ed ten-day drive starting Sunday January 7th, to raise $109,850.00.
The Federation drive, once a year, one appeal aiding 38 agencies and
more than 40 Yeshivos. Your criticismunjustifiedlay it asidethe cause
is too greatto all important. If you are solicited by collectors for various
institutions refer them direct to the Federation office.. Their needs, if
legitimate will be provided for out of Federation funds. These are com
munity obligations. Meet them as a community. Federation's success de-
pends on a unitedcooperative backirgvours and mine.
On the eve of this new campaign, a larger one* than last year, for the
responsibilit'es are far greater, we f;nd World Jewry nndenroing a painfr.l
suffering which affects all Jews. In clear and unmistakable terms have
been set forth the urgent need for ass'stance. A better p'c'ure could
not be painted. To-dnv American Jewry should need no rale-* tlk.
Shocking, unbelievable reports reach us from abroad. If one assumed
that the regime of persecution against the Jews could not be surpassed in
fri are hounded from their homes and shipped to reservations, ghettoes, there
subjected to maniacal acts'inhuman ones. Those fortunate enough to
escape the Hitler tyranny must be aided so that they may rehabili-
tate themselves.
AID must be given that Palestine may truly be a homeland of our
People.
AID must be given that Jewish knowledge and Jewish tradition shall
not perish from this earth.
AID must be given that the less fortunate in our beloved democracy
can survive.
AID must be given to the defense organizations that destroy
bigotry and racial intolerance and by these actions protect our very beings.
AID must be given to the wracking cough of the tubercular, the cry
of the omhan. and the w'dow. the appeal for the ill and the needy.
AID mut be given our character building institutions so that
the Youth of todiy may capably assume the reigns tomorrow.
AID must be given to helo alleviate poverty, vice, lack of opportunity,
colorless childhood, helpless old a The Jew must not relinguish hope and courage. Tt ''s our sacred dutv
to give succor and assistance to the Jews in these difficult times. It is
Jewish and human duty to make real sacrifices to enable them to weather
this storm. pn4 to purv-'vp until a better day arrives.
A'd MUST BE GIVEN.
In this hour of storm and stress when the soul of the Jew is tried to
the utmost, when his brethren across the sen are outraged, humiliated and
deprived of human rights one feels the need of a stimulus so as not to
falter but to carrv on as did our ancestors of old even In their greatest hour
of dnno-er. Wh"t better stimulus than the joy of givingTO GIVE THAT
OTHEPS MAY LIVE.
Others have toiled for the benefits we enjov. We must cherish and
guard these benefits. Thankfully, we must share them with others less
privileged.
GTVF. THANKS BY GIVING. That is the svmbol of true Judaism.
BE GLAD ITS ONLY MONEY WE NEED GIVE!
Hundreds of thousands of Jews in Poland and Germany gave up
everv cent they had in the worldiust to be alive. Men sterling helples3
as their wives and daughters were taken away to satisfy the beastial desires
of the Nazi soldiers.
Parents bore the heartbreak of parting with thnir own lit-
tle childrenthat young ones might find a new home in other lands.
Thousands of Jews bombed, driven from their homes, tortured, sep-
arated from their loved ones, reduced to beggary, plead for mercynothing
more.
THANK GOD, ITS ONLY MONEY WE NEED GIVE !
The Talmud puts the following question and answer:
"Why is man born with hands clenched, but has his hands wdde open in
death?"
The answer is:
"On entering the world man desires to grasp everything, but when he leaves
it he takes nothing with him."
Nowadays we say it briefly: "You can't take it with you."
Every contributor should bear this in mind when deciding upon
the amount which he or she will contribute. Remember,
"BUT FOR THE GRACE OF GOD, IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN YOU."
&33*
one year.
Rabbi RVhman will conduct the
installation of the newly organ-
ized Ladies Auxiliary. The offic-
ers to be installed are Mrs. Isaac
Ivin. President; Mrs. Jennis
Rotfort. First Vice-President; Mrs.
(Continued on Pa*e Five'
THR UNVKIIJNO OF A TOMRSTON1
TO Tim MEMORY OF
J. LOUIS SHOCHET
WILL takk PLACB
SUNDAY, JANUARY 14. 2:00 P. M.
JEWISH SECTION, WOODUAWN CEMETERY

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PAOE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORID) AN
FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1940
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
VISIT
HERE
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Siegal of
Bait more. Md.. are visiting in
Miami with their aunt Mrs.
Bertha B. Levy.

ENTERTAINS AT
LUNCHEON
Mrs. Jack Pallot entertained at
a luncheon and bridge at her
home 192 N. E. 23rd St., honor-
ing Mrs. Natalie Goldstein, of
Bethelem. Pa. Mrs. Belle Kent.
Mrs. Bertha Pomerance and Mrs.
Maurice Grossman, all of New
York and Mrs. Claire Goldstein
of Columbia, Ga. Following the
luncheon bridge and mah joner
were played, with prizes award-
ed to the winners. The Guests
of honor were presented with
gifts.

ARRIVES FOR
VISIT
Rabbi and Mrs. Herbert Gold-
stein of Institut'onal Synagoguel
of Now York City are visiting
at the FlorMian Hotel Miami
Beach for a two week's vacation.
*
VISITS
HERE
Rabbi and Mrs. I. H. Bloch.
chief Rabbi of the Orthodox Com-
munity of Now Jersey, are va-
cationing in Miami at Benzons
where they will remain for a
month.

CHESET) SHEL EMETH
TO MEET
The regular meeting of the
Chesed Shel Emeth Sisterhood
will be hold Monday afternoon
January 8th at 2 p. m. at the Beth
David Talmud Tlorah auditor-
ium. Mrs. Isidor Cohen urge?
all members to be present as im-
portant business will be transact-
ed.
?
A. Z. A. TO CONDUCT
SERVICES
The M ami Chapter of A. Z. A.
will conduct services of the Both
David Congregation this Friday
evening at 8 p. m. with Rabbi
Abraham A. Kcllner of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation as the guest speaker. Rab-
bi Kellner's subject will be
"Live and Help Live." Members
of A. Z. A. who will participate
are Norman Somberg, Alvin
Raxin. Mitchell Goldman, Aaron
Goldstein, Murray Miller, Irwin
Berger. Max Tendrich, Irving
Gins-burg and Ira Selevan.
Following the services refresh-
ments will be served and a so-
cial hour will take place in the
auditorium.
All members, friends and vis-
itors are cordially invited to at
tend.
CELEBRATE
ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berko-
witz entertained at a dinner for
their family at the Hotel Evans in
honor of their twenty-eighth wed-
ding anniversary.

HAD ASS AH
TO MEET
Monday afternoon, January
8th at 2 o'clock "at tho Alcazar
Hotel, the Miami Chapter of Sen-
ior Hadassah will hold their reg-
ular meeting. Guest speaker of
the afterno >n will bo Mr. Harry
Simonhoff. prominent attorney,
whoso subject will bo "The Jew-
sh National Fund." Preceding
the general meeting, the board
will meet at 1 p. m.
All members and friends are
cordially invited to attend.
RETURN TO
NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Ghert-
ner have returned to their home
in Nashv lie. Tenn.. after a two
week's visit with Mrs. Ghertner's
parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry I.
Magid.
Mrs. Ghertnor was formerly
Miss Janice Magid.
* *
LEAVES
M [AMI
Mr. Sidney Schwartz of the
Lion Aut> Parts Co., of Dallas.
Texas returned to his home there
after visiting with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Max Schwartz.
Going to
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MIZRACHI LECTURE
TO BE HELD
Arrangements are being com-
pleted for the public Lecture and
Musicale sponsored by the Great-
er Miami Mizrachi District to be
held Sunday January 28th at 8
p. m. at the Miami Jewish Ortho
dox Synagogue. RabWi Joseph
H. Lookstein. outstanding orator,
will be the main speaker and his
subject will be "Israel's Demo
crate' Heritage." Rabbi Look-
stein is national vice president of
the Mizrachi organization, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Teacher's
Training School and a professor
of Homilet cs at the Yeshiva Col-
lege. Further details will be an-
nounced in next week's issue of
The Jewish Floridian.
OFFICERS
ELECTED
The annual election of officers
of the Workmen's Circle Branch
692 was hold December 28th. Mr.
H. Laebson was elected chairman;
M. Jacobs, financial secretary;
H. Rose, record ng see rotary: D,
Gross, treasurer; B. Rifkind,]
hospitaler; Mr. and Mrs. H.
Seitlin. J. II. Seigel, Mr. and Mrs.
B. Silver.. Mrs. M. Jacobs. Mrs.
B. Rifkind, L. Marcus. N. Eeigel,
A. Soloman, C. H. Lefkoff, S.
Kohn. A. Kaplan and Mrs. A. Lev
inson. executive committee. In-
stallation of off cers will be held
soon and details will be announc-
ed at a later date.
?
RETURNS FROM
CONVENTION
Mr. Milton A. Friedman re-
turned to the ctiy from Augusta.
Georg a where he attended the
Southern Regional Convention of
A. Z. A. bold December 26, 27 and
28th. Winners of tho Convention
contests woro Irving Sonenshino
of Charleston. S. C, orator oal:
Irving Kalor and Morris Katz of
Atlanta, debating; Jacksonville
Chapter, basketball; Dot Nathan,
Sweetheart of A. Z. A.; and Irv-
ng Kalor of Atlanta was elected
Aleph Godol of the Region. The
convention will be held in Savan-
nah next year.

JUDAEA COUNCIL
IS FORMED
A Greater Miami Young Ju
daea Council, consisting of tho
Stephen S. Wise Young Judaea*
Benj. N. Cardoza Young Judaea.
I sentatives of the Miami Seel on
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men, tho Z onist District, Junior
and Senior Hadassah and three
members elected from tho com
Give More the Needs Are
Greater!
munity at large, was formed re-
cently. Officers elected were
Harold George Shapiro, presi-
dent; Miss Adele Seagall, vice
president; Miss Ida Smith, sec-
retary; and Miss Diana Cooper
smith, treasurer.
In charge of arrangements for
the installation banquet are Miss
Dana Coopersmith. chairman, as-
sisted by Henry Mendell, Lita
Aronovitz and Irving Weinstein.
Details will be published in next
week's issue.

SPINOZA GROUP TENDERS
TESTIMONIAL DINNER
A testmonial Dinner will be
tendered to Dr. Abraham Wolf
son by the Spinoza Group, this
Sunday eve. at Frances K. Pow-
ell's Dining room. Hotel Albion.
311 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
This will mark tho fifth anniver-
sary of the Spinoza Group. Rab-
bi Colman A. Zwitman will be
toast master. All those desiring
to attend are requested to com-
municate with Mrs. Meyer. Drake
Hotel, Miami Beach, or with Mrs.
P well, at the Alb'on Hotel. The
Spinoza Group will meet as us-
ual this Saturday afternoon, at
2:30 p. m. on the lawn, at 1059
Collins Ave., Mianv Reach. Dr.
Wolfeon will give the eighth in
the series of 17 lectures, on the
Phil sophy of Spinoza. All are
welcome. There is no charge.
General discussion will follow the
lecture.
Y. W. H. A.
TO MEET
The regular meeting of tho
Young Women's Hebrew Associa-
tion will be hold Wednesday ev-
ening January 10th at 8:80 p. m.
An entertain ng program will be
presented and refreshments serv-
ed. Door prizes will be awarded.
All members and friends are cor-
dially invited to attend.

RETURNS TO
MIAMI
Miss Shirley Ste'n. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stein, re-
turned to the city after a vacation
in Baltimore.
FINE SADDLE HORSES
Special Riding Instruction
Moonlight Rides
Riding from 7 A. M. to 3:30 P. M.
North Miami Riding Academy
IS N. K. tith Ave. Phone 7-2022
*------------------------------------+
BEACH MIZRACHI
TO MEET
The men's and women's divis-
ions of the Miami Beach Miz-
rachi will hold their regular
meeting Saturday evening at
8:30 p. m. at the Beth Jacob Syn-
agogue. Included on the pro-
gram will be a speaker and Mr.
S. Fe.nsmith, composer and mu-
sician. Reports of the N. F.
drive and the Chanukah affair
will be preesnted. Refreshments
will be served. The public is in-
vited to attend.
*
SISTERHOOD
TO MEET
Monday evening at 8 p. m. the
Roth Jacob Sisterhood w 11 meet
at the Beth Jacob Synagogue with
Mrs. B. II. London presiding.
Various reports will be heard. An
interesting program will be pre-
sented and refreshments served.
All members and friends are cor-
dially invited to be present.

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1940
THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN
PAGE THREE
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
BEHIND THE FRONT
Washington inside circles declare that the Allied block-
ade of Naziland is so effective that by Spring Hitler will have
to order a big military drive to take German minds off physical
hungerand the failure of that drive will bring an immediate
peace ... If you have any appreciable amount of gold in your
dental equipment keep out of Naziland, where dentists have
been instructed to remove the gold from their patients'
teeth and turn it over to Hitler.....The British government
is now sponsoring Freidrich Wolf's anti-Nazi movie, "Profss-
sor Mamlockwhile Dr. Wolf himself, like so many other
German refugees in the country that is Britain's ally, is confined
in a French concentration camp.....Charlie McArthur's
Christmas greeting to Adolf Hitler was a cable reading "What
are you waiting?" and signed "Captain Hans Langsdorff" ..
Did you know, by the way, that when the Graf Spee was in
Montevideo Capt. Langsdorff hinted that if the Uruguyans
weren't co-operative he might be compelled to shell their town?
. And that both Captain Badt and Radio Operator Bennett
of the U. S. S. Tuscaloosa, which rescued the Nazi crew of the
scuttled liner Columbus, are non"Aryans"?
INFORMATION
If you want to know- all there is to know about assimila-
tion or anti-Semitism. Arabs or Aryan legislation, artists or
athletes. Americana or the Australian Jewish community, lie
sure you get the first volume of the Universal Jewish Enel-
clopedia, .just published and the first such referenee work to
be brought ou* in this country in thirty-five years The other
nine volumes of the Encyclopedia will appear as quickly as
the dozens of scholars who have been laboring on them can
ready them Did you see that article in The Synagogue Light,
monthly magazine of Wall Street Synagogue, in which Dr.
David I. Maeht and Moses B. Macht deelare the patriarch
Jacob to have been the discoverer of the Mendelian principle
of heredity? ... It Was by the application of this principle that
Jacob bred his flock of speckled goats and brown sheep, say
tiie Maehs ... In Behlehem, Palestine, birthplace of Jesus.
Christmas is celebrated three times every yearon December
25th by the Catholics, on January 6th by the Greek Orthodox
Church and on January 18th by the Armenians Add to your
store of odd and useless information tb.it Disraeli had twenty-
one fiancees before he acquired hisjvife, and that some years
ngo one Senora Salamea Wolf had her husband's picture tat-
tooed on her tongue in expiation for having nagged him to
death .
DRAMATIC STUFF
What Oscar Serlin, producer of "Life With Father,'' finds^
most thrilling about the command performance of his play
scheduled to take place at Washington on the President's birth-
day is the fact that his own natal anniversary falls on the same
date as F. D. R.'s When you see this hit play, incidentally,
you might keep in mind that the brother called Whitney on
the stage, who in real life is named Julian Day, was once as-
sociated with a British firm named Salomon and Company .
During the world war Julian served with Lord Allenby's forces
in Palestine, and was so severely wounded in the battle of Jerichc/
that he was reported dead, and on his recovery from his in
juries had a hard time convincing the military authorities
that he was really alive ... If the theatre is one of your hobbies
be sure you get a copy of Bernard Sobers "Theatre Handbook"
The Jewish angle on the pioneering days of the movie in-
dustry includes the fact that Mack Bennett's first Key-
stone comedy was entitled "Cohen at Coney Island," that
Broncho Billy, the first movie celebrity, was born Marx
Aronson, that the first "jungle film" was made by the Sehg
Company thirty years ago and that the first world famous star
to be featured in an American film was Sarah Bernhardt .
GIGLE HERE
We can't resist passing on this gag, gleaned from Winohell
. A .nan says to another man thai he had a strange dream
last night .He dreamed Hitler died And he went to the
funeral ... It was the darndes, thing, he said They let
the coffin down into the grave, poured earth on .t, pat ed it
down and then pulled it up again They lowered 1 and
raised it at least half dozen times, going through the sam
business each time" ... "Bui why- asks the o her guy they do it so many times?" "On account of the applause,
is the retort .
B'NAI B'RITH
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NOTES
By BURNETT ROTH
THE Y.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
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The progress which has beer,
made by the Banquet Committee
charge of the arrangements for
the annual installation Banquet of
B'nai B'rith which is to be held
at the Hotel Evans Tuesday
night. January 9. at 8:00 o'clock,
far surpasses all expectations.
Under the excellent leadership
and guidance of Brother Harold
Turk, reservations have been
pouring in so fast that it appears
that the Hotel Evans will not be
large enough to accommodate all
of those who wish to participate
in the Banquet and dance.
The Committee has been for-
tunate in securing Rabbi Paul
Richman of Washington to make
the principal address. They have
also secured assurance from many
oustanding personages who are
vacationing in Miami, that they
will be present at the banquet and
will participate in sending Sholem
Lodge off to a grand start for the
New Year.
The outgoing officers are to be
particularly commended for the
splendid service they rendered to
B'nai B'rith. The retiring offic-
ers are as follows: E. Albert Pal-
lot, President; Isaac Levin, Vic?-
president; J. Aron Abbott, Rec.
Secretary; Benjamin I-e Vine.
Treasurer; Marx Feinberg, Fin.
Secretary; Elry Stone. Monitor;
T*o Eisenstein. Asst. Monitor; M.
S. Bandler, Warden; Dr. Harold
Rand, Guard an; and Dr. Frank
Coret, Trustee.
All members and friends of
B'nai B'rith are invited to attend
the Banquet but are urged to send
their reservations immediately to
Brother Harold Turk at 1129 In-
graham Bldg. The charge for the
Banquet and dance, which is to
follow the Banquet, is $2.00, which
includes the tip.
cooperating with Brother Turk
are Mrs. S. Weinberg, Mrs. G.
Goldberg, Mrs. I. Levin, Mrs. J.
Rot fort. Mrs. Sol Wrinkle. Mrs.
Milton Saslaw, Mis. II. II. Miller
Mrs. Frieda Godwin. Mrs. Joseph
A. Berman, Dr. Max Pepper, Mr.
Ren LeVine. Mr. R. R. Adler. Mr
.!. Aron Abbott. Mr. Burnett Roth.
Mr. F.. Albeit Pallet, and Mr. Ely
Katz.
At the breakfast last Sundnv
honoring Dr. A. I.. Sacher, more
than one hundred guests were
present and listened to the inspir-
ing address delivered by him.
Give but for the Grace of
God it Might Have Been YOU!
Help FEDERATION it
HELPS You-
Undoubtedly the greatest and
most glor>ous New Years celebra-
tion ever sponsored by the Y. M.
H. A. came to a close in the wee
hours of January 1st 1940. The
Evans Hotel, scene of this gala
occasion, was privileged to have
the largest crowd ever to enter
its portals. True, there may have
been a little inconvenience be-
cause of the over flow but with
the curfew signaling the arrival
of 1940, all convention was for-
gotten with everyone joining in
the singing of Auld I.ang Syne.
Chester Alexander then present-
ed a fine floor show enjoyed by
those present enough to appreciate
same. About 2:00 a. m. the entire
assemblage entered the Evans
Spanish Ballroom where our ace
cameraman. Herman Waitsman.
showed pictures in technicolor
taken at our Eighth Annual Ball.
Senator Ray Murray amused with
his mimics per (Lew I^hr).
Among the prominent guests
present were, Colin English, super-
itendent of Schools of Florida and
our dear friend Rev. Dick Evan?.
All in all, everyone had a swell
time and most likely a swell head-
ache as an aftermath.
Our thanks to Mr. Maurice
Grossman. I>ew Safan, and Margie
Roberts for their splendid efforts
in handling the reservations etc.
AND NOW FOR THE
CAVALCADE OF STARS SHOW
Harry Richman and George Jessel
To Act as M. C.'s for the
Y. M. H. A. Show
Through the splendid efforts of
Nick Kenny, that (Irish) colum-
nist with the New York Daily
Mirror and song writer of re-
known, plus the able assistance
of our Executive Director, Mr.
Maurice Grossman, the "Y" ha*
been assured of two of the enter-
tainment world's outstanding per
formers; Harry Richman and
Georgie (mom) Jessel who have
definitely promised to M. C. our
Fifth Annual CAVALCADE OF
STARS show which will take place
this year as in 1939 at the newly
decorated Plaza Theatre, on Miami
Beach. There is a great deal of
work ahead for the committee in
charge consisting of Ix-o Robin-
son and Matty Bandler, co-chair-
men, and Herman Waitsman tic-
ket chairman.
Greater Miami is today the play
ground of more stars of stage,
screen and radio fame than ever
before in its history and if for
no other reason, we expect to be
hosts to the greatest array of
stars ever assembled on one stage.
Come Tuesday, January 30th 1940
midnight at the Plaza Theatre.
Wateh these columns weekly
for more data concerning the Y.
M. H. A. CAVALCADE OF
STARS SHOW!
"Y" Cagers Lose Thriller, 32 30
Opening their basket ball season
last Wednesday at the Miami Hi
school gymn the Y. M. H. A.
showed to good advantage, al-
though defeated, in the last sec-
onds of the game, by the Close
Beauty Shop in a City League
scheduled game. Outstanding for
the Y. M. H. A. were the Green
brothers. Mush and Al ably as-
s sted by Art Baida. Kenny Cas-
selman. the Weintraub brothers,
Phil and Milton.
Games will be played each and
every Wednesday starting at 7:30
p. m. at the Miami High school
gym, 24th avenue and S. W. 1st
street. Buy a season ticket for
$1.00 from manager Lew Safan
or from our Executive Director.
Maurice Grossman. Individual
games are twenty-five cents per
person, with receipts used to
sponsor the team in this league.
Last year, as you all remembei.
the "Y" reached the finals and
this year we can assuredly hope
for nothing less, we hope. Ne\t
Wednesday the team plays the
Miami University Freshmen cag-
ers.
Give but for the Grace of So that Others May Live
God it Might Have Been YOU! GIVE!
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VOLUME 13 NUMBER 1
JANUARY 5, 1940
A Community Center
By MAURICE GROSSMAN
The New Year brings with it
new hopes to the Jewish Commun-
ity in Greater Miami. At last,
We hope, the long cher.shed dream
of a Jewish Community Center
Building in this area is about to
lx' realised Heretofore a Jew-
ish Commnuity Center Building
was mere talk. Mark Twain, the
great humorist once sad. "Every
fcody talks about the weather but
nobody does anything about it."
For many years the people in
Miami have discussed and talked
about a Community Center Build-
ing but it remained for the Y. M.
H. A., that great Youth Building
organization "to do something
about it."
At a recent meeting of the
Board of Directors of the "Y"
we were appointed chairmen of
a committee to organize a plan-
ning board whose duty it will
be to make a complete study
and gather data for a Community
Center Building. It will be our
purpose n this article to outline
briefly the aims and principles of
1I1 g Planning Hoard.
The planning of a Community
Center structure is governed pri-
marily by the needs of the com-
munity it is to serve. It should
be based upon the program of
the organ, zation and since the
program depends upon the pacif-
ic needs of the community, the
building should reflect the efforts
In Memoriam
MOTHER
She traveled the journey
before you.
She has known all the
cost of the way.
She paid out the price to
its fullness
That Motherhood only
can pay.
She loved when the world
was against you,
She hoped when your
hope sank and died.
She clung to your hand
when the clinging
I-eft scars in her heart
deep and wide.
She laboredand loved
and was happy.
For down deep in her
kind heart she knew
Your kindness and love
would repay her
For all that she did
just for you.
A. S. Shochet.
IDA SHOCHET
DIED 23rd OF TEBETH, 5688 (JANUARY 15, 1928)
In Loving Remembrance .... Her Children
MAURICE GROSSMAN
executive director of the Young
Men's Hebrew Association who
has just been appointed as
chairman to formulate a plan-
ning board for a Jewish Com-
munity Center.
to meet these needs in the maxi-
mum degree.
While it becomes apparent that
there can be no universal applica-
tion of a building plan to meet
all situations -it will be the pur-
pose of this Board, as we have
above outlined, to so make its
plan so that it may serve this
community with its very needs
and resources. It is our idea
that the personnel of this Board
should be composed of the lead
ers of the respective Jewish or-
gan zations in this area. Those
men and women wh I understand
the problems of their respective
organizations. The selections of
these leaders will not be on the
"hit and miss" basis, but will be
selected after a careful study of
the personnel of each organiza-
tion.
With reference to the actual
structure, it is our idea that we
should have a large auditorium.
a stage, a well euipped kitchen
to serve banquets and dinners for
the various organizations- a well
equipped gymnasium, a lounge
and lobby, several meeting rooms,
a library and swimming pool. We
are also of the opinion that since
many organizations in the city
maintain down town offices and
pay a considerable rental, that a
Community Tenter Building should
provide office space for the var
ions organizations so that they
may have complete facilities in
such a building.
It is absolutely imposs ble to
set forth a detailed set of stand-
ards or give minute detail and
directions for the plan of such
a bu:lding. Indeed, the problems
involved in planning a building of
th;s type are too numerous and
too complex. Therefore, we have
tried in a general way to give
you a bird's eye view of our idea
of a Commnuity Center Building.
That the Y. M. II. A. should
take the initial step in the plan-
ning of such a building is very
obvious because the Young Men's
Hebrew Association of Greater
Miami the outstanding organiza
tion in the south. We say this
advisedly because of the work we
have done in the past and our
plans t" ir the futon .
A brief resume of our program
is as follows: 1Our Cultural
and Educational department we
sponsor lectures, open forums.
Spelling bees, radio broadcasts,
vocational guidance and Amor
canization classes. 2 In our So-
cial Department we have our an
nual CAVALCADE OF STARS
which, this year, will be held on
midnight. January- 30th at the
Plaza Theatre and in which Nick
Kenny of the New York Daly
Mirror will present Harry Rich-
man and George Jessel as M. C.'s
with an all star studded cast. In
addition to our Cavalcade, we
have our annual Ball, our Post
Yom Kippur Dance and our New
Year's Frolic and the annual
Picnic. 3In our Athletic De-
partment we aim to develop the
standards of work in physical
educat on and athletics and pur-
suant thereto we sponsor a dia-
mond ball team, basket ball team,
bowling 'team, box ng, wrestling,
ping pong, badminton, chess.
checkers, and volley ball. 5In
our program is our Home Camp
tin' purpose of which is to provide
an organized educational?recrea
t onal program for boys and girls
who stay at home in the sum-
mer time. Patterned after out-
door camps, insofar as activities.
(Continued on Page Five)
whose loving deeds will
always remain an ever-
lasting memory.
_L
DIED 20th DAY
OF TEBET, 5677
JANUARY 14, 1917
**


FRIDAY. JANUARY 5. 1940
THE JEWISH FLOMDIAN
PAGE FIVE
GREATEST YEAR FOR U. P. A. WILL BE MARKED
AT CONFERENCE ON PALESTINE, JAN. 6th & 7th
1>9
Having realized an income of more than $5,000,000 in 1939, the
United Palestine Appeal will celebrate American Jewry's greatest year
of effort for Palestine rebuilding at the National Conference for
Palestine in Washington, D. C. on Saturday evening, January 6th and
Sunday, January 7th. More than 1300 delegates will pay tribute to
the dynamic leadership of Dr. Abba Hillel Silver (left). National
Chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, who made this record pos-
sible through his energetic service as United Palestine Appeal and
United Jewish Appeal National Chairman in 1939. The need for pro-
viding for absorption of 35,000 refugees who entered Palestine in the
past twelve months will be stressed among issues considered at the
Washington conference. Promotion of immigration and colonization
as illustrated in (1) arrival of homeless Jew6 on refugee ship on
Palestine shore; (2) education and health for child victims of oppres-
sion; (3) training of refugee youth for new life on the land and (4)
extending Jewish agricultural settlement activities in cooperation with
Arab neighbors will be hailed as major American Jewish achievement
through the United Palestine Appeal.
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Chairman of the Special Gifts
Committee,
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COFFEE SHOP
The re-port luncheons of the
Campaign of the Greater Miami
Federation of Jewish Welfare
Funds will be held Tuesday and
Thursday of this week with the
Miami Beach (I visions meeting at
the Hotel Evans and the Miami
divisions at the Palatial Kosher
Restaurant at 12:15 p m.
Reports between the divisions
will be exchanged over the tele-
ph ne and great rivalry is antic
l between the Miami and
Miami Beach divisions.
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A Community Center
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organized and management an
concerned, the "Y" Home Camp! I
offers youngsters from 6 to 11
years of age a supervised pro-
gram of play and instruction
The part season we had a total
enrollment of 75 children with an
average daily attendance of 39
children.
Sessions were held daily, Mon-
day thru Friday from 9:30 a. m.
until 4:30 p. m. When weather
permitted the children were taken
to the beach in buses. Lunch
was served daily and milk served
twice a day. Each chid was
given a physical examination by
the Camp physician who was in
daily communication with the
Camp to see that every child's
health was safely guarded.
Some of the activities taught
by our Camp Directress and her
staff of counsellors were: Arts
athletics, checkers, chess, danc-
ing, diamond ball, dramatics,
games, Jewish Folk Lore, libra-
ry, music, ping pong, reading,
sewing. songs, story telling,
swimming, and pageants.
A community Center therefore
is valuable because it will draw
the Jewish young men and women
together and furnish a commun-
al Center independent of many
ties and divisions in the Com-
munity. Managed n the proper
spirit the Community Center
will afford the best opportuni-
ties for the growth of the Jew-
ish People and cannot hut aid
in deepening of their spiritual.
educational ai^l recreational
consciousness in the promotion
of the soc al and educational
life of the community in gen-
eral.
Therefore we urge everyone
who has the interest of the com-
munity at heart to support the
GREATER MIAMI FEDERA-
TION OF JEWISH WELFARE
FUNDS in its drive which be-
gins January 7th and ends Jan-
uary 17th. By contributing to
the Federation we will advance
that much further to our. realiza-
tion of a Community Center
Building.
RABBI PAUL RICHMAN
National Membership Director
of B'nai B'rith.
B'nai B'rith Joint
Installation Sunday
So that Others May Live
GIVE'.
(Continued from Pa.e One)
Irvin Siegel, Second Vice-Presi-
dent; Miss Beulah B. Godwin,
Recording Secretary; Mrs. Sadie
Weinberg, Corresponding Secre-
tary; Mrs. Joseph A. Berman,
Financial Secretary; Mrs. Char-
les Beckw tt. Treasurer; and Mrs.
Sidney Stepkin. Audit ir,
Members of the Board of Ladies
Auxiliary to be installed are
Mesdames Meyer Schwartz. Frank
Corel. Sol Weinkle. Sam Blank,
Sam Weissel, Maurice Grossman,
George Goldberg. Harry Orlin.
Monte Selig, Milton Saslaw, Ida
Optner, Harry Marl: iw tz, J, Eng-
ler. Max Steuer, and Benjamin
Le Vine.
Mr. Harold Turk. Chairman of
the Banquet Committee has an-
nounced that the program will ;n-
clude the rendition of several solnj
by Evelyn Raff, well known singer,
accompanied by Frieda Kahn.
String music Will be played during
the program and at the conclusion
of the dinner a dance will be held
in the Reception Room of the
Hotel Evans.
Reservations for the Banquet
should be mailed to Harold Turk
at 1120 Ingraham Bldg. The charge
is $2.00 per person.
Give but for the Grace of
God it Might Have Been YOU!
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PAGB SIX
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
FRIDAY, .TANTARY 5, 1940
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
!
Office Phone 2-1473
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi497 Southwest 18th Road
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 sen-ices.
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior service*. Saturday 10:30
a. ir.
Hebrew School. 3:15 to G:15 p.
m.
Sunday School. Sunday 10:00 a.
Bl.
iBar-Mrtzvah Group, Sunday
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
The A. Z. A., or Junior B'nai
B'rith will conduct the services
this coming Friday Evening at
8:15. Cantor Louis Hayman. ac-
companied by the Beth David
Choir will chant the Liturgic
Melodies.
Rabbi Abraham Kellner, of the
Miami Orthodox Congregation,
will be the guest speaker and will
propound the respons.bility revol
v.ng upon Jewish Youth To-Day.
He will speak on the subject, "Live
and Help Live."
The "Oneg Shabbos" and social
hour will take place in the audi-
torium after the services. Mr. and
Mrs. William Friedman, will serve
as hosts in honor of the.r 2Sth
wedding anniversary.
RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL
INSTRUCTION
JUNIOR CONGREGATION:
The services of the Seniors and
Juniors conducted by the Junior
Congregation takes place every
Saturday morning at 10:30. Hal-
oid Shapiro .Albert Eskanazi and
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Herbert Glazeroff are in charge
of the services. We are happy to
note that the attendance is in-
creasing rapidly from Sabbath to
Sabbath. A "Kiddush" is given in
the auditorium immediately after
the Benediction, under the chair-
manship 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 eligible to at-
tend. The boys are taught the
melodies for the different "Por-
tions of Law."
TALMUD TOR AH: An No-
vation has ben made in the eur-
rculum of our daily Hebrew
School that of "Nigena" liturgu-
music as a special course, once a
week, under the direction of Cant-
or I. Kaminsky. The Talmud Torah
curriculum includes the study of el-
ementary and advanced Hebrew,
"Chumosh" with "Ras-hi. Niveim,"
rel gion and its laws, Yiddish and
other subjects pertaining to our
Hebraic culture.
SUNDAY SCHOOL: It ia with
deep satisfaction that Beth David
Sunday School has reached what
is -considered to be an Institution
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 welfare
of their children and attend the
assembly from 11:30 to 12.
So that Others May Live
GIVE!
Junior Hadassah
By Elsie Kronenfeld
1940 is here and has brought
with it, we hope, peace and happi-
ness for all the world. We hope
that the children of all the world
will not have the horrors to remem-
ber and color the rest of their
I.ves as have so many unfortun-
ates. Especially do we wish this
for our own children of Meier
Shfeyah for to some extent we.
Junior Hadassah, can alleviate
their troubles. We know the cour-
age and foresight of these child-
ren better than that of others
for they are our own. We know
how the 160 bays and girls of this
self-governing village chose to stay
ir. their small community fighting
for the future of coming young
people rather than vacate to plac-
es of safety when the Arabs loosen-
ed their fury last year. We know-
how these small folks go out each
day to till the soil and learn first
hand the lore of the earth. We
understand the inner strength
they must muster day after day
with which to cope with the prob-
lems of grown men and women.
These youngsers of between 10 and
16 years of age captured a spirit
that many of us younger folks
lost long ago. In the evening they
sing the ageless songs of their
people and play the old games and
dance the ancient dances. They
dont deserve fear and terror as
their daily bread. We, Junior
Hadassah. pray that in this year
we can save them from that.
The meeting this coming Mon-
day night will be in honor of the
paid up members. These girls
will sing the "Tree of Life" that
represents strength in membership.
The tree will then be sent to Pal-
estine to be hung in one of the
Junior Hadassah buildings. The
membership chairman and her com-
mittee: Jane Gershon and Ida
Safer, Betty and Eva Smith. Rose
Bushkoff, Fay Engel. and Ruthie
Bernstein, are planning thus part
of the program. The girls who
would like to sign their names
may have that right by paying up
their dues. Only paid up members
may be a branch of strength on
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. HABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6SS6 Indian Creek Driv-lZS 63 N. E. Slat St.z-*54l
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either r both of the Rabbis will b* In the Temple every mornlnx.
You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewls commu-
nlty or your personal problems. Tou will be assured sympathetic
h-arlng and advice, and. needless to say. each matter will be held in
strict confidence.
IN ORLANDO ITS THE
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(On the Aver.ue)
Special Menu for Late Parties
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Chico-Chich Served at the
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(At Amelia)
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is worth far more than the genuine enjoyment they get from the
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to us, are the commercial announcements. Once you have tried
Alka-Seltzer we believe you will agree with us.
But try Alka-Seltzer because it is an unusually effective medi-
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CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
"Do not withdraw thyself
from the congregation." Hillel.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Services will be conducted by
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan who will de
liver the sermon on Federation
week entitled "Eternal Justice
and Temporary Charity."
A reception will follow and
all members and visitors are
welcome.
SABBATH MORNING
SERVICES
Saturday morning January
6th at 11 a. m. services will be
conducted by Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan.
Rabbi Colman A. Zw tman and
Miss Lenore Cohen, were married
quietly Tuesday evening January
2nd at the Hollywood Beach Hotel
in the presence of Dr. and Mrs.
Stephen S. Wise, Dr. and Mrs.
Jacob H. Kaplan and Nathan Zwit
man.
this tree. A talk by an unannounc-
ed but "interesting speaker" will
bring the meeting to a close.
LIBRARY WEEK
Please note and pay atten-
tion to this very important an-
nouncement of the Mayor's
Proclamation of LJBRARY
WEEK January 8th to 13th and
a general invitat'on to all to at-
tend the community Round Tab-
le discussion and open forum on
Miami's library prohjems Thurs-
day January 11th at 2:30 p. m.
at the Civic Centre, is extended.
YArTRZEITS
"May the Father of peace
send peace to all who mourn,
and comfort the bereaved
among us."
At the services this Fr.day
evening, the memory of the
follow;ng will be hallowed:
Benjamin Wertheimer, hroth-
er of Mr. A. Wertheimer; Samuel
Liebling, brother of Mr. Norman
Liebling; Frank L. Simon, father
of Mr. Herbert A. S mon; Michael
Selig Magid. father of Mr. Harry
I. Magid; Nancy Williams, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry 1). Wil-
liams; Samuel Simon, father of
Mr. Harry V. Simons; Selig Metz-
ger. father of Mrs. J. Eppstein;
Julius Kahn, father of Mr. A. L.
Kahn.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
154o S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KBLLNBR, Rabbi
RABBIT 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.
Shahish Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset.
IN MEMORIAM
J. LOUIS SHOCHET
Just one year ago, our Congre-
gation suspended all its activities
for a week to honor the memory
of one of its founders the late Ye-
huda I.ieb Ben Abrohom Shmuel
Shochet, Olov Hasholom. and to-
day we pause once more to revere
his memory. Th'S t me. however,
with action, activities and deed*
These will be a f'ttintr memorial
to him whose vis on and guidance
were largely responsible for the
establishment and growth of out
Synagogue.
When we i aue I ol ei ve the
first Yahrzeit the thought come*
to m'n 1 thai we Jews pay more al
i ntion to cur r-orrowa than t i
our joys. Indei d, we mark tlie
destruction of the II >lv Temple
but there is no Festival th:it would
mark its or'g'nal dedication. We
mourn on the day that we left
our Holy Land but no celebrations
indicate when the city of Jericho
fell. This doe'" but effectively
indicate our firm resolve that on
every charred ruin we will erect
a new sanctuary. Therefore are
these days of mourning important
since they provide the means
whereby we renew our efforts to
build anew where death and de
traction held their previous sway
The first sorrowful Yahrzeit too
provides the means whereby we
renew our efforts in the building
anew where death and destruction
held their sway. Hence our
CHEVRAH MISHNOTH
will launch a permanent study
class which will meet daily three
quarters of an hour before Mincha
and will commence on the first
Yahrzeit of our late and revered
brother. The Mishna group w II
also sponsor a Sefer Hachaim or
Book of Life wherein will be in-
scribed the names of those of our .
dear ones who are gone but never '
forgotten. It is proper and ft
ting that the first name to he
everlastingly memoral sed is the
name of h'm whose efforts so
greatly aided every cultural pro-
gram in our midst. Our Sunday
---! Hebrew Sri ools are al i anx-
ious to met rialize h's
to our schools hence they
ann unce the
.1. lOUIS 8HOCHET
MEMORI \l. MEDAL
This award will be made once
a year and w II be given to the .
chid who made the most progress
in his studies for the year. This
coveted award wh'ch is donated
by the Shochet Family, will be !
presented to the winning student
each year during the Closing Ex-
ere sea. There are manv local and |
nat'onal causes to which our late >
Mr. Shochet devoted his tireless
energy but none as important as
the forthcoming
FEDERATION DRIVE
We can honor the memory of
J. Lou's Shochet best by remem-
bering that he wA a brave soldier
who fell during battle and was
called from our midst during the
heat of the first campa gn which
he so immensely aided to launch.
In these fateful and tragic days
no Jew worthy of his name would
refuse to do his utmost for the
amelioration of human suffer-
ing.. We pray and plead with
all and everyone to give the
most and help the ones depend-
ent upon our immediate help.
Another worthwh le endeavor
rnonsored so effectively by our
late and beloved friend was
THE BNAI BRITH
We. therefore extend our sin-
cere congratulations to the in-
coming officers of Sh-dom I-odev
B'na; B'rith who are to be instal-
led Tuesday January 9th and in
doing so we express a sincere
hope that the incoming officers
w'll be enabled to work for the
reeds of our people in a manner
most successful.
Space does not permit to enum-
erate the many fields of Jewish
endeavor which were h;- inter
Yel in thinking of them we can-
not help but | lace ur Schul In
the foreground ai I reverently re-
mind one manv fr < nds that the
dav wh'ch marks one Jewish year
from the Yom Hakvurah we art
arranging
A PILGRIM *GW! TO THE
CEMETERY
and Sunday morning the 26th dav
of Teveth immed ately after the
Shachris services we will proceed
to the Cemetery to recite the
memorial prayers and renew once
more the spir tual ties which b'nd
us to th" memory of this dear
friend. To Indicate however thai
the memory of the ri<*hte us i-
a blessing only when their deeds
are continued by those succeed'nu
them we are pleased to observe
that the traditional nterest in all
things Jewsh is fully carried Oil
Council hews
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women Miami Section will
hold their regular weekly Forum
Friday at 2 p. m. at the Evans
Hotel, Miami Beach. The guest
speaker of the afternoon will be
Reverend Miles Blanchard whose
subject will be "Challenges to
Democracy." Mrs. Robert Siegal
accompanied by Mrs. Maurice S.
Salomon will present the musical
program.
The Personality Garden will
have as the r discussion the tonic
"On Being Brutally Frank." Mrs.
I. M. Weinstein will inaugurate
a new series in the study course
on Jewish novelists and the con-
temporary American novel. An
open forum will follow the main
speaker's address. The public is
-invited to attend.
A social hour will follow.
SOCIETY
TO GIVE
CARD PARTY
Plans for a benefit card party
to be sponsored by the Greati r
Miami Pioneer Women's Organ-
isation were discussed at their reg-
ular meeting held Wednesday. De-
tails will be announced in next
week's issue.
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VISITS
HERE
Mrs. H. Manhoff of Philadel-
phia, Pa., is visiting ,n Miami
with her sons Jack apd Joe.

VACATION
HERE
Mrs. D. Dyer, of Philadelphia,
Pa., visiting in Miami with rela-
tives and friends.
Give More the Needs Are
Greater!
by the Shochets and that every
expression of Jewish life s fully
respected by them. Another e\
prss'on of reverence will be
THE SHALOS SEUDOS CIRCLE
which w 11 also observe the Yah.
zeit with the family who w'll pre
vide this traditional Sabbath meal
for those wh i foregather during
the twilight hour of the Sabbath
to sing the praises of the Lord
and laud Him with v ai I
craving for His mercy enduretli
forever.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. 10-tii

L
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
t AIR RACES START TODAY
MOSES ME8CHEL0FF, Rabbi
(2S Michigan Avenue
Phone B-13!S
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
Phone 5-3013
DAILY SERVICES
Shachriss: 7:00 and 8:00 a. m.;
Saturday, 7:00 and 9:00 a. m.
Mincha: 5:15 p. m. daily.
Maariv: 5:50 p. m. daily.
Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at
5:30 p. m. The Rabbi will speak
on the "Portion of the Week."
FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM
"In search of G-d" will be this
Friday night's subject by Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Mam-
ches will lead in the singing. The
forum begins at 8:30 sharp.
Come early to get a seat. Every-
one is welcome.
"Out of Exile" will be the Sub-
ject of the Rabbi's lecture at the
Saturday morning service.
BEACH MIZRACHI MEETING
The men's and women's divis-
ions of the Miami Beach Miz-
rachi will me*t Saturday night
at 8:30 p. m. Reports of the
Chanukah affair and the J. N. F.
drive will be presented. A guest
speaker and Mr. S. Fein.-niith.
HABANOTH
The Miami Beach Habanoth, a
group of girls between the ages
of 13 and 17, will meet Monday
at 7:00 p. m, A report on their
latest entertainment will be pre-
sented. Plans for their next ac-
t.vity will be discussed. Mrs.
Moses Mescheloff is the sponsor
of this group.
OTHER ORGANIZATIONS
The A. Z. A. will meet Sunday
at 7:30 p. m.
The Boy Scout troop will
meet Tuesday at 8:00 p. m.
The Council of Jewish Juniors
meets every other Tuesday night.
The Pioneer Women meet ev-
ery other Wednesday night.
The Jr. Pioneer Women meet
every Thursday at 8:00 p. m.
The Young Judeans under the
leadership of Miss D. Cooper-
smith, meet Thursday nght at
8:00 p. m.
Americanization classes are
composer and music an, will grace conducted by the Council of Jew
the cultural program. Refresh
ments will be served. We wel-
come all adult men and wmen.
SISTERHOOD MEEriNG
Our Sisterhood will meet Mon-
day night at 8:00*p. m. at the
synagogue. Mrs. B. H. I.ondon
will preside. The Banquet re-
port will be presented. Refresh-
ments will be served. A cultural
program is being planned. Every-
one is cordially inv.ted.
MINNIONAIRES
Our Minniinaires, a group of
boys between the ages of 13 and 18
will meet as usual. Sunday at
9:00 a. m. to conduct their own
minyan. and to enjoy a com-
munal breakfast after the service.
They meet also at 8:00 p. m. Wed
nesday for a social meeting anil
plans for athletic act.vities. The
group is under the direction of
Mr. L. Klein. I
ish W^men every Monday and
Wednesday night at 8:00 p. m.
RURAL RUBE AT
WEST FLAGLER TRACK
Give More
Greater!
The fastest greyhound in the
world is now racing at West
Flagler Kennel Club.
He is Rural Rube, holder of the
516th mile and Futurity course
world records. This speedy son
of My Laddie turned in an amaz
ing Ftring of victories last sum-
mer at Revere Beach, Mass. It
was also on that track that Rural
Rube turned in those two World
record breaking performances.
In 25 start.-- at Revere, Rural
Rube won 19 races and was out
of the money only one time. That
_______________ I record is uncontested by any
the Needs Are) greyhound in the United States
i today.
Miami All-American Air Mar.
euvers off.cials announced that
this year's aerial classic, sched-
uled for January 5, 6. and 7, will
be identified as "the greatest con-
centration of privately owned ail-
craft in aviation h story" with an
estimated 1,000 planes of all types
in attendance.
Basis for the claim, according
to R. V. Waters, air race general
chairman, was announcment of
four of the nation's largest lighi
plane manufacturers that the an-
nual southern cruise of the L gh'
Plane Cavalcade will arrive in
Miami on January 4.
Supplementing the horde of
small aerial speedsters from all
parts of the country which an
naully wing their way to Florida
and Miani: for this city's "Olymp-
ics of Aviation" will be an antici-
pated 250 arrivals in the Bernarr
Macfadden Onto-Miami race.
Unique in Amer can air racing,
the Macfadden event will be flown
from seven starting pointsNew
York. Rochester, Chicago, Detroit.
St. Lous, Dallas and Houston
for an >.2~>0 added purse and thi'
Macfadden trophy to the pilot
who makes the fastest miles per
hour elapsed time from his start
ing point.
However, it may be mentioned
that Rural Rube :s not the only
big time greyhound now racing
at the picturesque West Flagler
oval. A greyhound by the name
of General Manager is now milk
ing things hot for Rural Rube al
the Flagler oval, while Cherokee
Stroller also is making life mis
erable for the world record hold-
ers.
Flagler this year boasts of hav
mg the finest collection of grey
hounds ever assembled on any
greyhound track in America.
There time performances prove
that.
ARIE TO SPEAK
SATURDAY NIGHT
(Continued from Page One)
a leading interpreter of the law
in Austria.
During the war, Dr. Arie serv
ed with the rank of Captain and
received four medals for d Bting-
uished service. Following the
war he was named District At-
torney in Vienna, the only Jew
who ever held that post.
TEN DAY DRIVE
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To the North and West
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Through sleeping cars for
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Direct route from Florida via
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Travel in coorfort and safety
at low costin coaches and
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First trip northbound. Doc. 17th
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The banquet will mink the for
Dial opening: of the Federation
drive which startc January 7th
and lasts thru January I7th.
Workers will rece ve final in
tractions at the banquet tomor-
row night.
Members of the Jewish com
munity arc- urged to aid the work
(Continued from Page One)
head the special gifts committee.
The Federation has comm tted
itself to assist in the support of
eight overseas, five local, one
regional and twenty-three nation-
al organ'zations. A list of these
will be found in another section
of th s week's issue.
Federation paid its first
year's committments in full and
with greater needs this year than
ever before necessitating the in-
creased budget. Greater Miami
.Jewry will be sol cited by more
than 500 workers who have en-
listed giving their active partici-
pation to the drive.
Stanley C. Myers giving his
opin.on about the coming drive,
said. "If the campaign enthus-
iasm as evidenced by the co op
i ration of the entire community
in the Drive starting Sunday is
a criterion, I am sure that we
W 11 be successful in this tremen-
dously important undertaking."
Anyone desiring? information
pi rtaining to the drive or about
Federation is requested to con-
tact Beulah B. Godwin, executive
seen tary of the Federation, at
is offices in the Congress Build-
01 the solicitors, each of whom
will have accredited credential"!,
by giving them their subscr p-
tions and signing their pledge
ranis without delay.
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Federation Supplement
This supplement contains a bird's-eye view of the activities of some of the Ihirlv-citfhl beneficiaries of the
Ureater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare funds Cumnaitrn which begins Sundav, Jan. 7.
SUPPLEMENT EDITION
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRLDAY, JANUARY 5, 1040
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TEE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY. JAXTARY 5, m
WHERE FEDERATION
MONEY WILL GO! I
OVERSEAS
155,650
AMERICAN ORT FEDERA-
TION: Train., Jews in six Euro
pean countries in trades .raf's
and agricultural occupations.
.HADASSAH (Includes Youth
Aliyah). The women's Zionist
organization is the bearer of med
leal .service, health, sanitation and
health education to Palestine. One
of it's latest achievements is the
Hadas.-iah- Rothschild Univei
Hospital. The American sponsoi
for Youth Aliyah. which resetl
refugee youth in Palestine.
JEWISH SCHOOLS IN PO
LAND: The Central Yiddish
School Organization was founded
in Warsaw n 1921; condu
colar public schools throughout
Poland. The man language of in-
..true* ion is Yiddish. Emphasis
also pi le '! on manual training.
In other respects the curr
resembles that of the govon
lirmirj sch M>ls
MED E M S -iNITORIUM:
Founded in 1921 by the -
1 iddish -
lion of P
ntorium, |
tit >rg i lizal
YIDDISH S<
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NATION VL LAB"
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Paletine lab
Help (FEDERATION
HELPS You-
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL,
.c.snprising:
AMERICAN JEWISH JOINT
DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE:
The major American Jewish or-
gsjiization now working in the
distressed areas of Central Eu
npe. Now carrying out '
program of relief, reci
and rehal
land. Gem
Hung
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Fund. The r
sation, land-i
graton,
and indv I
maintenance of Pali
i -n ititut Ions and 1 ibsid
tion of refug
Palestine.
NATIONAL REFUGEE SERV-
ICE: Has been set up to Uik"
the place of the National Coord!
listing Committee for Aid to Ref
ogees, and certain of its affiliates
Activities which were formerly
the functions of the
groups, coordinated under the Na
tional Coordinating Commil
have now been consolidated with
Tn the various departments of
National Refugee Service, Inc.,
under the directions of a central
iy.ed sAninistrative authority. It
directs refugee resettlement in
the United State-.
So that Others May Live
GIVES
YESHIVAHS: A fund has
been and
Pal 1 ih -..ill. ai .1 this
fund is scientifically and equ
distributed among worthy Yeshiv
ahs by a Committee composed il
competent local Rabbis and lay
men.
NATIONAL
$6,125
AMERICAN JEWISH com
MITTEE: Strives to obtain
civ I and religious right I
nil over the world. Ii has been
nental in preventii -
nut! Semitic organ from
functioning.
AMERICAN JEWISH < ON
GRESS: Cooperates with Jewish
for the protect on .if Jew-
ish minority right- It
i hen :
\|i........oi mic disc
Jews. It cooperates in up-
building of Palest
B'N M B'RITH WIDER SCOPE
COMMITTEE: '
famatioi Leag
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SIDNEY HOLLANDER
Of Baltimore, president of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, which ill
hold ii- seventh Vnnual Gen-
eral Vssemblj in 1 etroil Jan
27 29, 1940.
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Young Min's Hebrew issocialion.
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Ketured hern are typical scenes of life of"
new settlers in Palestineleft to right (top)
a youngster learns the secret of the pneu-
matic drill; a general view of Kfar < Imim,
new rural Hettlemeut; (center) mothers and
children under the hright sky of Palestine;
(above) old men regain their youth in tilling
I li' soil; | [eft ) t lie smile of a youth who has
escaped persecution 1 off to work in an orange
grove; the rooftops of the all-Jewish City of
Tel Aviv whose population is l.">l>,00U.
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AGENCY: World wide news
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world's leading newspapers and
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throughout the world. The pur
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informed of the development of
neWB of vital Jewish interest.
JEWISH WELFARE BOARD:
National service and co-ordinat-
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movement: stimulates and super
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Hen's Hebrew Associations, Young
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LEO N. I.FVI MEMORIA1
HOSPITAL: A nal orai free, noi
sectarian hospital and clinic op
erated under auspices of B'l
H'rith in H I S| r ".gs. Ark.
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THEY LIVE AGAIN
TALKING THINGS OVER at the National Jewish Hospital at nstirer
These little fellows are patients In the Heineman Huildlng of the lnstlt
tton, whi re they are being treated for active tuberculosis, in addition to '*
Children Service, the Hospital maintains complete facilities for the care nt
adults suffering from all types of tuberculosis. The service is fr--e ud kua-
sei larian, and ;..'. e>u >mp i a &k r*n at the mtmuj
REGIONAL
$1,200.
HEBREW ORPHANS HOW
ATLANTA. Ga.: For underpriv
children, who are i
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in Welfare, Social Service and
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ADMINISTRATIVE < AMPAIGN
and GENERAL EXPENSE
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Hebrew Orphan's Home in At ant.i, Georgia.
LEFT -The chcildren's
word ;it Hie Leo N. Levi
Memorial Hospital in
Hot Sjrings, Ark The
Hospital i-. non arian
;tti(! has many child pal
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\KRI.\I. VIEW or TIIK HKIIUKW I N!\ ERSI'H IN JERI -1 \ I EM, PU.ESTINE
The >ounrM rieth*>* of the intenaive Na/i drive avainM the Jew.
hown a* they arrived aUaie in I n.land with their I..longing, in the
pourhea by their aide. Tl.ou.an.l. of children Mill in (.rrnunv look lo
lae United Jewiah Appeal for Krf u,re. and Uteraeaa Needa' their
nl hope of reacue.
MODERN FARMING IN PALESTINE
The Max I'ine Trade S. I.....I in Tel \\i\ and a pit lure ol Max P n.
Ihc fitundcr >! the I n in the I niled Stales.

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hJ i i ,'' f"r1",f7rn'i"""' '- Mi-.Unce. on Immigration
tie l n led Males and other countries.
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B-rith"s Vocational i
ice Bureau in directing
the attention of Jt
youth to the importance
of seeking scientific voca-
tional counsel. Pamph-
lets issued by the Bureau
are available at the Su-
preme Lodge Office to
B'nai B'rith people for
the nominal sum of 5c
each.
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