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The Jewish Floridian ( January 12, 1940 )

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^ wJewisti Floridiai m i% VOL. 13 NO. 2 Co,a/*Mr e Ylhe Jewish lUinatiy *9 Ml \MI. Il.(ilivision at the Palatial Kosher Rest.uir.mt. The final report meeting of all Campaign workers will be held Wednesday evening. January 17th. at 8 I'M at Temple Israel. 137 N. K. 19th Street. Miami. Stanley C. Myers, president, will presideDR. WEITZMANN SAILS FOR U.S. ON REX LISBON Paris (W'NS).—Dr. Chaim Weitzmann president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine ami the World Zionist Organization, sailed (Friday. Jan. 5) on the Italian liner Rex from Lisbon for the United States. He was. orginally scheduled to leave on a Pan-American clipper but was Unable to do so because of weather conditions. Dr. Weizmann's stay in the United States, scheduled to last for several weeks, will be part of a mobilization of resources to speed the upbuilding of the Jewish homeland in 0 BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER who was stricken Tuesdsay of this week in the midst of his strenuous duties as Chairman of the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds. 19*:. $109.H50 drive, and rushed to the hospital. He will deliver a message to the workers of the Campaign Sunday morning at their breakfast from his bedside in the St. Francis Hospital. Palestine to increase the capacity of the Holy Land t,, absorb the thousands of refugees who are streaming from Nazi oppression in Europe. I >r. \\ eizmann, in addition to his post aPresident of the Jewish Vgcncy tor Palestine, iChairman oi the Board of Governors of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Chairman of the Central Bureau for the Settlement of German Jews in Palestine. Director of the Daniel Siefl Chemical Research Institute of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, ami President of the Zionist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland. I >r W eizmann will be accompanied by Mrs. Vcra W eizmann, distinguished communal worker and scientist in her own right. Mrs. Wei/mann. who also has a Doctor's degree, is Honorary President of the Women's International Zionist Organization in association with \ iscountcss Samuel. Dr. Xahum Goldman, chairman of | the executive committee of the World Jewish Congress, who had also intended to leave for the United Stiles by plane, was expected to sail this week on the Italian liner Vulcania. The Rev. Maurice I.. Perlzweig. chairman of the British section of the congress, left London last week for a four-month world-wide tour aimed primarily at developing a united Jewish approach to any future peace conference. He is expected to leave by clipper for N'ew York touring the United States and Canada for the American Jewish Congress, then proceed to NewZealand and Australia on behalf of lli. Icwish National Fund, then visit the Netherlands. East Indies. India and Palestine on behalf of the World Jewish Congress. Rabbi Moshe BlaU, Palestine leader of the Agudath Israel, and Dr. Isaac Breuer. a member of the organization's world executive committee, announced in Ixmdon that they would visit the United States at the end of January Late Publisher's Monument Unveiling Services Sunday Services Will Start At 2:00 P. M. Promptly EUGENE NAVILLE, DREYFUSS, DEAD AT 89 Geneva (WNS). Eugene Naville. defender of Alfred Dreyfuss and well-known author of several books on the Dreyfuss trial, died lure at DISSOLOVE MIXED MARRIAGES Brussels (WNS). N'azi authorities ordered the dissolution of all mixed marriages in the Reich, i| was reported here. Those disobeying the order will be held on charges itiCzech Jews Face Deportation the age of 89. Naville settled in of "rassenschande." the'report said Geneva after the acquittal of Dreyti-Nazi whispering campaign which had become widespread throughout Bohemia and Moravia. The articles demanded that lews residing in Prague be expelled fii it since more than fifty per cent til. lews liviiu; in (lie ", ate" were now concentrated in th.former Czech capital. While the expulsion order does not indicate where these lews are to he -cut. it is believed they will be transported to the Lublin "reservation." Forcing ol Jews from Austria and the "protectorate" into the Lublin area was Suspended temporarily during recent weeks in view of a sharp division of opinion on this matter between C.estapo (Nazi secret police) and military authorities in Nazi-held Poland. (Military authorities are said to be strongly opposed to the '"reservation" plan, informed sources here stated). Paris (WNS).-While the National Czechoslavakian Council. headed by Dr. Eduard Benes, former Czech president, addressed a New Year proclamation "to the Czechoslovakia!! people." assuring equality for all nationalities within a liberated Czechoslovakia, the Jewish population in the "protectorate" faceil the New Year under a decree issued by Nazi authorities ordering all Jews of Bohemia-Moravia tinder the age of sixty to leave before the end of 1940. Reports published in the French press emphasized that this decree would result in the mass expulsion of about seventy thousand JewsThose who fail to leave within the tune specified will be sent to concentration camps, the order further statedIndications that this decree was expected were seen last week in articles published in the Nazi-controlled press in Prague. urging the "protectorate" to get rid of all its Jews in view of the fact that the Jews there were carrying on an anARREST 520 REFUGEES FOR ILLEGAL ENTRY Haifa. Palestine (WNS). — Five hundred and twenty Jewish refugees seeking to enter Palestine with in permits were arrested last week within Palestine territorial waters aboard a schooner am. brought to Haifa, it was reportet here. They were from German} and other parts of central Europe. The unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of the late J. Louis Shochet, founder and publisher of The Jewish I loralian until his sudden demise on January liith of last year will take place this Sunday, January 14th. at the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Park Cemetery, starting at 1 I'M. promptly. The unveiling service will include Mob Enosh. prayer by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; prayer by Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan; Ashrei Hoish by Cantor i Maurice Mamches; Lest we Forget, by Stanley C. Myers; prayer by Rabbi Mas Shapiro; eulogy by Rabbi Abraham A. Kelln.r; El Mole by Cantor Maurice Mamches; Psalm 24 and prayer by Rabbi Colman A. Zvvitman. MrShochet, a formei resident of Baltimore, a graduatl of the University of Maryland, activt in the communal life of Baltimore [where he held office in the Adolph Kre-s Lodge of Until Sin 1. m, Aitz Chaim Synagogue and the Macca[bean Lodge, came to Mi.mi in 19251 and established The Jewish Floridim in 1927. Under his guidance | the newspaper became a power for K i" Florida and served as a medium of conveying news f interest to all Jewish residents of the State. Time and again, as Editor he took the had in fighting the battle to uphold the name and protect the reputation of the Jewish community. Fearlessly and courage, usly he Openly fought for or against issues presented to the Jewish people, never seeking to conceal or camouflage his position, always choosing the side he believed to be right regardless of consequences to his personal welfare. \a citizen and individual Mr.Shochet participated in every worth-while movement and devoted i If since his arrival in Miami to all Jewish causes He was a former president of Beth David Congregation, one o( the founders and organizers of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation; a member .if the Board of Director* ol Beth Jacob Congregation; one of" the organizers ami Secretary of the (Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association; a member of the Roard of Directors and Budget Committee of the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare bunds; ,a member of the Administrative Board of the local Zionist District; Chairman of the local and State Anti-IVfamaion Committee of B'nai B'rith ; a, incur her of the Young Men's Hebrew Association, and conductor of a Jewish hour. In the November prior to loath he was instrumental in his l'rc.' %  venting the establishing of a service by the Hamburg-American Lines from Key West to HavanaI 1



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wm PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES '=•.•.*=•=• % %  • %  ^-•:-:-.-.-.-.ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Morris announce '•'< engagement of their daui liter Kathryn to MrHerman Klein -i Sew Ynrk. The reci will be held ;it the Si. Moritz II"tel. of which Mr. Morris is president. Sm uarj 14th. • i !! P.M. Mi-K ithryn Morris ia al the I nh ei ~;i> of M ianii. i al* v> speni i ne year at the Ward BelSchool ami a member of the All ha E| -il"ti Phi SororityMr. KK-in ia graduate of the University of Michijian. a member of tinStema Vlpha Fraternity. \,i in-,it itii nare being issued • • • WEDDING HELD •|'|, r • V i! i T enhoti I. Ros\ • • '. : ns. son uf Mr. ml Mrs. S. 1 held Sun %  M N The bricl iversity of Fl it ida. 1 ; iatcd in the practici "i law hen After a wedding trip throu h the State. Mr. and Mr-. l.\ ins will be at honv February 1st. in their new residence at 1624 S. \\. 17tb Terrace. • • ENGLISH CLUB ORGANIZED Tinorganization of a n n sectarian Better English Club will take I lace I ii' laj evenii January loth, at tinWhit. T. mple. program will include shorl speeches by prominent Miamians ami musical selections. The program will conclude with the election --•' officers followed by a social hour. There ino admission charge ami the public is cordially invited to attend. Mr-. Bertha Friedberg and Mrs. Ha/el Chichcster of NewYork, will be in charge. ENTERTAINS AT PARTY Mi-Jeane Weinberg entertained Saturdaj %  %  • nini in horn r ol Mi-. Benita Strauss of Chicai i, 111., at a danci it ir hi n I lancing and r fn shim nts v. ci i i n Guests present were: Misses B lt\ Lctaw, Revina Miller. Peggy G smith. Doris Blate. and Messrs. \ m Cohen. Lester kse. Sidney Alderman. Bud Ehrlich, Joe Kolbcr. Julie Oberstein. Vlex Blate and Charles Mark-. Miss Strauss. during her stay in Miami, is the house gucsl of Mr. and Mrs. Benj. !., \ %  : of Coral Gables. Many affairs have been planned to h n r Miss Strauss RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor The parents of Mrs. Colman A. |MARRIAGE Z wit man arc Dr. JB. Cohen, deceased! formerly associated with Lebanon Hospital, ami Mr-. J I'.. (.' %  h ell, who is on the I' lee Syna.iv.l of Trustees, The Kabbi ami his wife are leavr a motor trip on Sunday, which will take them t" Lakeland. l-'la.. where Rabbi Zwitnian is ti peak la I,-re tluRptary Club on Monday, Jan. 15th, 1940. ami t.. Ft. Pierce where lait-> speak 1" f ir< the W Oman's Club and the Business ami Professional groups on Tuesday. Jan. 1Mb. 1940. They will return I" Miami the next Temple Israel of Miami ami the Sisterhood of Temple Israel will tender a reception for them on Sunilay evening. |an. 28th. 1940. tt.qff>SBg^*^SSB*SS < SSB. TAKES PLACE The wedding of Miss Rita PearlRETURNS FROM HONEYMOON C h n \ Zwitrctui ihcir wed Cul Mi %  n S. \\ ie i S*i v "i al the h il tcl. in f Mrs. Stcphei V\ %  I Mrs h I i K • • 1 M r. N'athan Zw itman. Mr-. I-.. \. Kaufman was hn*l al a dinm r. Both Kabbi and Mr-. Zw I arc pupils of 1 >r. Stephen SWise: Kabbi Zw itman having been ordained Kabbi and having received the legrcc I MII. Ifrom the J< wi-!i Institute of Religion, of which I >r. W isc is president ; and Mrs. Miss I (\ 'ben. ha % %  luatcd fn m the %  Rel ii s S and ha\ ing tau hi then afl i graduation. Mrs Zwitman ihi rei enl F a B. A del r< i Hunt,! C Hi a. in May, 1939, where she was among thosi ed to teach al the Model School. Kabbi Zwitman is the son of Mr. Philip Zwitman, journalist. who migrated te' Palestine several years ind (he late M rs. Philip Zw itman, w h" was a communal leader in Jewish activities uf Newark. N. IBEACH MIZRACHI MEET Osl Pitt>1 I tin | nil i %  %  MIZRACHI LECTURE TO BE GIVEN 111 :30 P.M.. the Miami lewish Or i • Rabbi II in ired by the Miami Mi/rachi District. Following the address an open forum will take place. V sical program ii b • t i i \ cal and instrui ntal u ic II I"pi i -ml \ \ Ik. h will be hi Id Saturday c\ Cllil • f Mr. Joe| ii Man sh< -. and reman', daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bennetl Pearhnan to Pincus II ff,nan of Pottstown. Pennsylvania, son of Mrs. l<< >< ;: "' Pottstown. Pennsylvania, look place Thursday aftcrn %  %  Jai "• irj Kabbi Most Meschcloff i fficiatcd at the ci rein my which was bell ii the i an %  of his h c Mrs. Alfred I'reit. sister of the bride, was ma tron of honor, and MrII Borgcr of Pottstown was besl man\ wedding supper fi llowed at the Victor Hotel. Oul of I wn guests attending were Mrand Mrs I" ili| Hoffman, uncle and aunt of the i ; M rs K -<• 11 ffman and son Nathan, mother and brother respectively, of the groom; 1 >r. and Mrs Nathan Estr,cicher; and Herbert Bi rger, all of P Itsl wn, and leading. Pa. %  %  ,: '•' %  • %  %  • CARD PARTY TO BE GIVEN Nic tcr N i tinal II' r Jcwisl Child will b parl evening. January l< th. at 1:00 P.M.. at Fassa's Restaurant. Bt ub. Tickets are n w ai All members and friends art dialh in\ited t-> attend. I VISITING HERE Mr. and MrBenj. Le Vine have as their house guests t'lei. and niece \l rs. SStr IUSS daughter Benita of Chicago, 111 • • • \l ire than lw< %  huntlrt d mi of the Spinoza Group and fi;, nds attended the T. -i I linner gi> en to 1 >r. Abraham \\ Tin. ccasii -ii was the 5i niversary of the founding Spin >za Group by I *r. \\'oil The program included the ii tion by A. I.McMastcr, Pi -i Tin ol -. and Religion al Miami University j Mr. T S violin soln-; Evelyn Nauni Y dish Folk Si ini -: brief spci Dr. Jacob IIKaplan. I >r Nil lerbloi mi. Ban in dc I Nrsch Professor MacM Clark, n ii--w ned lecture) rs of the S i cph I. Te] • i r v. as cl if 1 1 : i I el re. at the ^ M H.A. Mr. Max Rifas, iir-t \ ice pn iU in %  i the LEAVES FOR NORTH |i r \i,, -• %  Wi Ifson left Si n day for New Y -k to attend the wedding of his daught r. Miriam, to Mr. Herbert Shai • %  i if S burg, S-C. The wedding will lal.i al thi Carl Going to HIBLEflH? Steer clear of Go Smartly ... By BU5I Rapid, Continuous Service Direct to Track Fro43 S. E. First St/eet .... 35 cents MIAMI TRANSIT CO. GEO. B. DlflVJV, President i'!i-. \n elal and entertainin ram will be gi. enAll m< n bi rs HI fi ii nds are cordially invited t" attend. ANNUAL DINNER* TO BE HELD The annual dinner sponsored by the Chesed Shel Emeth Sisterh I will be held Sunday evening, Januarj 28th. at the Beth I lavid Auditorium. 135 N. W. .'n! Ave., at 6:30 P. M. \n labirate dinner and program ibeing planned. Vein -1 u ill In r per pcrHI. Tickel bi I from any men ber r. In Mr-. \ n n I \l rs. Wm. < Mesdames II M. K \nn I >aum and Lizzie l.itt. 1 urtl er del lils will be published at a later date. Wolfson studied al the Ethical C Sch '• \dclphi Cnll -. e -.'"I Columbia University, and was i nected with tin New York B f Health as a Hyi ienist. Mr Shapiro is a graduate of tl • %  Uni -it\ of South Carolina and is engaged in business in Spartanburg. FINE SADDLE HORSES Special P.llini; Instruction Moonlight I'.tiding from 7 A. M. to 3:30 r. M Vnrth Miami Riding Aeadem\ :". x, i: 6th Ave. Pho Give More — Greater! the Needs Ar. BURNETTS PURE VANILLA and other extracts always uniform in quality and flavor. Hood Cooks Prefer Them %  :REV. J. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORJDIAN PAGE THRBE &f -o Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) Council hews nil i'ii mil 1940 CHIT-CHAT Interesting items among the usual January 1st crop of prophecies are the prognostication that Hitler will attack Rou. mania around the time of 'the vernal equinox and that internal trouble in Naziland will force his retirement from the limelight before the summer is over That Near Eastern theatre of war will be seeing plenty of action before Valentine Day, Washington insiders augur Then it will be too late for the Zionist funds of America to adopt the ingenious food-package plan submitted to them by Ad?.m Rosen, Palestine-American shipping head, months and months ago Aside to Neal O'Hara, 'who's worrying about how the Nazis will feed the 4,000,000 horses they took over in Poland: It's the horses that will be used to feed the Nazis Winchell relates the one about the anti-New Deal Congressman who now is rooting for a new WPA project—to widen the Atlantic THIS AND THAT U>ok for the announcement, t" be expected shortly, that the Bund is going to drop its official anti-Semitism We don't need to remind you that anti Semitism is only a part of the philosophy that makes Xa/.ism objectionable to Americans "The most beautiful flower of our race" is what Mussolini once called Roberto Sarfatti, world war victim who was the son of his Jewish secretary, Margheretta Sarfatti But that was in the days when Hitler was aping Mussolini, and not vice versa Now that the Nazis have got around to banning Nora Wain's "Reaching for the Stars" watch for its rise in the best seller li>ts Did you ever see Charlie Chaplin dance' Any wax. he's going to perform a bubble dance in his 'Dictator" film, using a globe of the world as his bubble Did you know that Esperanto, brainchild of the late Dr. Ludwig Lazarus Zamcnhof, has won a couple of mil Hull adherents in its half century of existence.' THERE AND HERE Whether Hitler likes it or not, the fact remains that the old-fashioned Bible that was written by Jews still outsells its Nazi rival in Germany, having surpassed the "Mein Kamnf" sales by 200,000 copies even in that benighted country in the last six years German refugees with a literary flair are hereby advised of a prize competition with a first award of S500 and eiqht other prizes ranging from $250 to $20 for the best unpublished autobiographies on the theme "My Life in Germany Before and After January 30, 1933" Manuscr.pts may be submitted in either English or German, and information on details of the contest may be obtained from Dr. Sidney Bradshaw Fay, 776 Widener Library, Cambridge, Mass. Add to your list of refugees who have made gool the name of Reinhold Schunzel, former UFA director who in this country already has "Rich Man, Poor Girl" and "Balalaika to h.s cred.t With all those railroad wrecks in Germany, cracks sportswriter Tom Meany, if. ju.t the rest of the world', bard luck that Hitler travels by plane DRAMATIC BITS Right now we'll place a bet that Helen Beverly the gir Who plays the feminine lead in the Artef Havers beauufu production of "Uriel Acosta." will s-on graduate to Hollywood stardom Many a Yiddish actor who's out of a job haj K ood reason to be glad Paul Muni has a job on Broadway this season • The less prosperous Second Avenue boys, who have been receiving the quietly given Muni largesse these months are hoping there's nothing to the rumors that Paul is going to cut short his New York engagement to return to Hollyw 1 ,,, his scheduled Beethoven film Know .t-all though we ,,,. i t wasn't until 1939 drew to a ch.se that we learned that x,,,,,,Bibermann. who since his appearance in The Eternal Road" three years ago has made his mark on tin, sdver screen is a brother of foseph 11. When, publisher and ed.1 Mrs, Sophia MKobison joined the staff of the National Council of Jewish Women, New York Cty, as Executive Director, ami will direct the activities of the various chapters throughout the United States ml Canada. Mrs. Robison is a raduate of New York School for Social Work, VVellesley ami Columia UniversityShe is an instructor in City College ami Hunter Col'.i < and a lecturer at the New School for Social Research. She lias been for nine years in charge of the division of neighborhood statistics of tlie Welfare Council of New York City ami previous to this position she was executive director of the Brooklyn Section of the National Council of Jewish Women. Miss Sarah 1 hikore. field secretary of Immigration ami Naturalization and Miss Gertrude I'insky. staff worker of the National Council of Jewish Women are cuestof the Miami Section for the month of lanuarv. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) nmmm-iiiinilitMiiiini Do you want 10 nee a 150.00 stag) show at the price of a good mn\ic. I)<> you want to aee the greatesl arra) cf radio, stage and screen celebrities ,->er assembled in a single pe'forni ance? Then come i<> the Y. M. II. \. %  luh r. s on Thursday evenig January lHih at 8:00 o'clock and we will ell you iilMiiiiriiimtlllliiiml ir n.nui "in itMiiitmiiii.liMH unscrupulous vendors of worthless remedies ami home nostrums, ami some unethical druggists who prescribe for these serious diseases without being properly qualified lo do so. "My meetings, motion pictures, ami other means, Fourth Social Hygiene Da) ill seek lo clarify many of the all about our CAVALt VDE half-truths concerning syphilis and OF STARS, fo Inheld at the Bi-cayne gonorrhea ami once again focus pubI'l.i/a Theatre, Miami Beach, on midli< attention upon their perpetual night, January 27th. threat to young men ami women, our T .a No. 1—Niek Kenny, producer families ami our children," lo-aid. of our Y. M. II. A. CAVALCADE will National Social Hygiene Daj ibebe. there in person to tell you of our ing observed in ever) state and more great show. dian five thousand communities on Treat No. 2—Chester Uexander will February 1st, and ibeing sponsored he there lo entertain you. 1 tl American Social Hygiene A-Treat No. 3—Herman Waitsman, aee sociation in cooperation with -tanand cameraman, will show mo\in|! pielocal health departments, social hygitures thai were laken at our Hill \nuual Hall. The regular weekly Forum will he held Friday afternoon. January 12th. at -' P.M.. at the Evans Hotel. Miss Mary 1'.. Merritt. dean of girls of the University of Miami will speak on "Women in Government Service-" Mr. George O. Pcrshinp. grandnephew of the cclebrated General Pershinjr, will disCUSS "Spain in Relation to the Present European War". Mrs. lack Olshen will present the study course chapter usimr as her topic ''American Novelists Presents few". The musical program will be viileil I''. Mrs, Rita Davis Gittcr who nd pany herself i>" the piano. Vdi I will be I %  ends, .oc ,%  irdially in\ited to attend. Give li'.it for the Grac God it Might Have Been YOU! ene societies and other organizations. A prominent physician will lthe Here vou will receive fir-, hand in-1 principal speaker. Other details will f this great CAVALCADE '• announced in these columnin succeeding issues. formation (11 STAKS. Refreshments mission ifree. %  ill he id. AdNKWS AROUND TOWN •Y" CAGERS WIN 36-24 I. A. TO OBSERVE NATIONI "1 b) Mush Green the Y. M. H. \. \l. SOCIAL HYGIENE DAY Basketball Team defeated the Cum The Young Men's Hebrew Associaningham Sportaggregation 36 to 24 lion, ever alert in its activities in the i>. a well played p.m. at the Miami an Youth, announces High gym last Wednesday. Excellent National Social ,,i "" w rk wa ~ evidenced in this game, rJoGUST BROS Ry^ LT IS the BEST.' Help KKDKRATION — HELPS Youit thanks to Manager Lew Safan. Next Wednesday the hoyplay Homestead. You folkthat have failed to attend anmissing some fine rage games. Get the next W ednesda) \diiii — ion 25c interest of imeric that it will observe Hygiene Day on Thursday evening, February 1st at the Club Rooms. The purpo f Social Hygiene Daj ito renew artivit) in America s campaign against syphilis and gonorrhea. ,„.,. person MORE POWER TO "Principal object of il1940 ohserv-1 THE FEDERATION Last Tuesdaj ance." Mr. Mauri.. • Grossman, Execu,|,,. Federation mad.their fir-t filive Director of the Y. M. 11. A. said, „.,,,, ,,,| report in 11.i %  J109.000.00 "ilo arquainl the public with the drive. Over $40,000.00 \>.iaccounted problem of medical quacker) and self-1 f or anl | | (J the enthusiasm evidence, treatment in relation lo these dWeaw and to extend public understanding of their menace to individual and publi, health." \fi Grossman stated educational efforts ol lion and others, main lliat despite hiorganizepersons -till do not appreciate thai onlj a competent physician can properly diagnose and treat syphilis and gonorrhea, '"lhe result," he pointed out, "is that manj uninformed men and women are victimized ever) daj by medical quacks, So that GIVE! Others May Live — BKIHOMAI ftUfcL MIAMI NEW YORK c near future John Garfield is returning to Broadly for h< Sng^bert Rein's "Heavenly Express"-* play for a wafc;; par" in which he pleaded some years ago when h was p, 'a k id dreaming of becoming a great actor some day All his c,m Poknss hoped for a Broadway production 1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE PHONE 5-7 7 77 A Jewish Funeral,"Home In Miami Beaeh Ojr exotrienci of 50 year; of Service to Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Jewry is your assuranceTof strict compliance with every Jewish ritual CHARLES ROSENTHAL EDWARD ROSENTHAL MORTON ROSENTHAL ni) guess ithai over S70.000.00 v in lhe till b) today. We are gl Know tli.it so man) of the "Y !" members are activel) cooperating n 4 have previou-l) OVER Till roP THIS ^ I VR ONGR \iVN'D BEST W ISH1 Vnolher gooil man took himatrimonial medicine when our handsome fine friend Rabbi Coleman Zwitman look unto himself a charming bride, Miss I .nor. Cohen. They wire tied in malrimonj bj that great Jew, Rabbi Stephen S. W ise •Y" BREAKFASTS AT DEMPSEY VANDERBILT last Sunday a I hearty) breakfast was enjoyed in a testimonial to our fine feathered friend Nick Kenny. Pep talks were lhe vogue with I.eo Robinson, Herman Waitsman. Nick kenn>, Al Pallot. Arlene Judge. Dorothy Dey, Mitchell Wolfson, and William Shaync giving the folks the send off for the greatest event of the year, our 5th Annual CAVALCADE OF STARS SHOW SATURDAY MIDNITE, JANUARY 27th at lhe Plaza Theatre. Nick kenn\ has definitely promised to have Harry rtirhman and George Jesscl as CO-masterS of ceremony. Now f'ir the ticket sales, fir-t come get the lu-t -, .ii-. to hurry! Remember the date—CAVALCADE (l STARS SAT1 RDAY MIDNITE JANUARY 27th at the Plaza Theatre, Miami Beach. Tickets 12.00 to $10.00 per person. JUNIOR DIVISION Our Executive Director haannoume.l the formation of a Literary Circle among members of this division thai will meet on Thursday nil.-. Mr. Grossman also informed this group that a series of lectures in Jewish Leadership Training will be inaugurated within the next few wcks. Watch these columns for further details. Give — but for the Grace of God it Might Have Been YOUl %  .' % 



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PAGE FOUR TSK WISH PLOBIDIAM FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940 wJewisti fUciriidil&n PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue [ i. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor ] FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act ai March 3, 1879 B'NAI B'RITH NOTES bv II.. Turk. OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES One year Six Months SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 VOLUME 13 — NUMBER 2 JANUARY 12, 1940 Retrospection On this the Yahrzeit of the late J. Louis Shochet olov hasholom, founder of The Jewish I-'loridian, we reprint the editorial published in the issue of January 27th, 1939. Once again the Jewish community has been shocked. Again the grim Angel of Death inflicted a wound which will not be easily healed. Again the roll of those who worked for the good of the entire community, whose unselfishness was marked, and whose life was dedicated to the task of making this community and this state a better place for all Jewry to live in, and to create an intelligent understanding between Jew and non-Jew has been depleted. Devoted husband and father, self-sacrificing, staunch and true leader in Israel, though but young of age, ever bearing aloft the torch of true traditional Torah, at the peak Of a career which held much fur the future of Judaism, has been torn away from family and friends. For material things he desired but little. His glory was the possession of a vast treasure of spiritual heritage which he prized above all else His was the task, self-assumed, to bring the glories of Jewry to all ... He was a true leader in Israel ... His was the pleasure of doing right regardless of personal consequences with the will to carry out the courage of his convictions. What can we say? The loss is irreplacable ... the void left in the heart of Israel ... in the hearts of his family and his vast host of friends and in the entire community, cannot be filled. What can we do? Pledge ourselves to emulate the life thus too soon closed ... to carry on with the same courageous spirit, the noble work so adequately championed by him ... to prove our devotion by REMEMBERING AND NOT FORGETTING HIM. We who are left behind to carry on THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, the publication through which he accomplished his good for Jewry, will strive to maintain his principles, his ideals and his platform, to fearlessly denounce atrocities of any people persecuted, to make this community and this state a place where Jewry can stand erect without fear of proudly proclaiming themselves true members of Israel and where Jew and non-Jew may work hand in hand for the benefit of humanity. And we recite the courageous justification "Davon Hoemes" and say such is "HIS" will ... let us not be content therewith, but constructively show the appreciation and the love we bear the departed leader in Israel, J. Louis Shochet, of sainted memory. Let us therefore dedicate ourselves to the tasks for which J. Louis Shochet fought and died to the end that the Jewish Community of Greater Miami may boast of achievements that J. Louis Shochet would have accomplished, had he lived. Tuesday night, January 9, 1940. officially marked the termination of another year of B'nai li'rith progress, and ushered in what, from all appearances, will be a banner year of achievement and further progress. To my mind the Banquet itself was a complete success, both from the standpoint of attendance and enjoyment. Let me take this opportunity to thank each and every member of the Banquet Committee for the fine service and cooperation and special thanks to Burnett Roth for his untiring efforts. We are very thankful to Rabbi Paul Richman who made a special trip from Washington. D. C-, to Miami Beach, to address us at the Banquet. Sincerity was the key-note of the installation and of the addresses made by those who participated. To K. Albert Ballot, the out-going President, we can truly sing songs of praise for the splendid and dignified way in which he has led the B'nai B'rith during his office as President. He no doubt was inspired by the spirit of B'nai B'rith and what it stands for. And* to J. Aron Abbott, the in-coming President, knowing that he is equally as much inspired and concerned with B'nai B'rith welfare and progress. we know that he will lead us on to further accomplishments with the continued cooperation of the members of the lodge. For the first time in the history of Sholcm Lodge, a president of a Ladies Auxiliary was installed. The Ladies Auxiliary made a splendid selection in electing Mr-. Isaac Levin as their President, and we look to the Auxiliary for help in carryi th, extensive and intensive program of the B'nai B'rith. Sholem Lodge rightfully boasts of a membership of approximately eight hundred members. We are about to launch a drive for additional members so that we will pass the thousand mark at the time that President Monsky visits with us at our next initiation meeting. So all of you members get out and bring in at least one or two of your friendsMake a note of the B'nai B'rith stag and Smoker which will be held at the Atlantis Hotel, Tuesday evening. January 23, 1940. Nick Kenny will be the Master of Ceremony and many other outstanding entertainers and celebrities will be there. To those of you who attended last year's Stag and Smoker NO MORE NF.F.D TO BE SAID. MIAMI BEACH VAAD HAKASHRUTH I We take this opportunity to advise every Jew antl J Jewess and every kosher restaurant ami hotel on Miami j Beach that the Beth Jaeoh Congregation of Miami Beach j has organised this year a Vaad Hakashriith to supervise j the sale of kosher meat, poultry and meat produets hej ing sold at the kosher butcher shops of Miami Beaeh. We are very happy to state that we have been suet shops in the city of Miami Beaeh under our constant t ressful in our task ami have now almost all the buteher t supervision is kosher. We ask every consumer to look for [ We can now guarantee that every kosher fowl and j every piece of meat sold in the butcher shops under our | supervision is kosher. We ask very consunir to look for | the poster supplied by our Vaad in the buteher shop as J proof that it is supervised. We also ask that every eonJ -inner insist that every chicken purchased have attached { to its leg a kosher ring placed on it by an approved { shochet as a proof that it is a properly slaughtered, { kosher fowl. The community's cooperation in its insistence on I supervision in every butcher shop will help our work im menselv. BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUTH tricts. To these ghettos have been transferred many inhabitants from surrounding villages and townships Before ghettos are created detailed registration of Jewish property is undertaken. Jews are compelled to deposit Minis of more than 2,000 zlotys and any valuables they possessInformed sources were of the opinion that this policy of separating Jews in various towns confirms recent information that the Nazis decided to slow down deportations to Lublin. According to the dispatch. Dr. Hans Frank. Governor C.cneral of Nazi-OCCUpied Poland, visited the "reservation" recently and expressed dissatisfaction with the state of affairs there, asserting that the idea of the "reservation" is difficult to work out and too costly, as foreign Jews are unwilling to pour relief money into a reservatii NAZIS ESTABLISH MORE GHETTOS IN POLAND New York (VVNS). — Establishment of ghettos in various towns in Nazi-occupied Poland not incorporater in the Reich, to segregate Jews in separate districts, besides the Jewish "reservation" in Lublin, is reported to Jewish organizations in Paris, according to a Paris dispatch to the New York Times. Warsaw Jews, who paid several million zlotys in November for postponement of the ghetto orders, now again are menaced with formal separation. Already certain streets in the center of the city are closed to Jews. The dispatch further disclosed that in Radom, Minsk and Mazowiech, Jews already have been ordered to settle in separate disSOCIETY LECTURES TO BE GIVEN Tinrecently launched Jewish Cultural Society of Greater Miami announces a course of lectures to be given by Mr. Jos. I.. Tcppcr. a member of the bar of the l'. S. Supreme Court and well known attorney oi Washington, 1 >. C. on the American government and and historyThe first of these lectures entitled "Prelude to Vmerican history" telling the story how England became a great power and established the 13 original colonies, will be delivered next Monday, Jan. 15th. 8:15 P.M.. at Democratic Club Hall. 140 Sixth St.. Miami Beach. Admission is free and the public is invited. TARBUT LEAGUE TO MEET Solomon Rabinovitz, Jewish book publisher of New York, will be the guest speaker at the second meeting of the Hebrew Cultural League of Greater Miami. Sunday afternoon at 3:30 P.M. on the lawn at 1059 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will speak on "The Development and Present Status of Hebraic Culture", and will present the second in the scries of reviews on the work of P. Puchkoff, The public is invited to attend. • • • TO VISIT HERE Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hartman of Baltimore. Md.. arrived in Miami Friday to visit with Mrs. Ethel Shochet-and family. Give Thanks by Giving! SISTERHOOD TO GIVE BENEFIT A mah Jong and bridge party benefit will be sponsored by the Beth Jacob Sisterhood Monday afternoon, January 29th. at the Flori' dian Hotel at 1 :M) P.M. Mr-. B H. London, president! will announce full details in next week's issue. • • • Y. W. H. A. MEETS The regular meeting of the Youn^ Women's Hebrew Association was held Wednesday evening with Mrs Sidney Stcpkin presiding. A short business meeting was held followed by an entertaining program presented by Mrs. S. Ehrlich, program chairman. Included on the rrogram was Miss Mary Pcake, t.i dancer, ami Mr. 1". St. Ciair Piegotti ii'.ted composer, who sang several of his own compositions, and consented to compose i v .-. the Y. • BOARD TO MEET The Miami Jewish Orthodox C ig n atii 'ii will hold .i board m Tuesday evening. January 16th. at 8:30 P.M. All members are ur^cd to attend as important business will be tran-acted. • • • VISITS HERE Mr. and Mrs. Joseph MaJgOSheJ of New York arc visiting for the winter at Miami Beach. Mr Margoshesi the oldest Jewish writer, was recently honored at a party in celebration of his 73rd birthdayNew Cafeteria Open To Public The Beautiful M. & M. addition to Miami Dining places opened t> an overflow business Thursday noon. The new Cafeteria is located at 1-7 N1'.. 2nd Ave.. next door to the Congress building in the heart of the business section. No expense was spared by the owner. J. A. Morrison, and J. AMorrison, Jr., to make the restaur ant a thing of beauty, equipped t the last word from kitchen to entrance. An atmosphere of comfort and luxury prevails. While prices arc so low as to appeal to everyone, the quality of the food is of the best obtainable. The following hours for serving meals will be observed: Breakfast 7:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M., Luncheon 11:00 A.M. to 2:30 P.M.. and dinner S:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Mr. Morrison aptly calls it the "Cafeteria of Tomorrow". #4.



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940 THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN PAGE FIVE k Junior Hadassah By Elsie Kronenfeld Dear Henrietta Szold:— Our Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah would like t" report our program for the next few monthsYou sec. w< realize how important ii is right now i" be enthused with Hadassah and itwork. We know liow much more our efforts arc needed this year than ever beforeWe know how necessary it is that our quota is filled at the present. The young and old must always, above everything! be taken care of. we intend to do our shareIn a few weeks we arc going to sponsor a fashion show at the Alamac Hotel. Mrs. Kilter has graciously donated the use of her hotel lobby, and we certainly appreciate her kindness. Mrs. Pauline Querido will be in charge and with such a good beginning we are going to bigger tilings. Our bridge plans have been changed from a private to an open affair. Miss Hannah Mack told us that definite plans will be announced later. In March we will have our annual membership dance, with Miss Janie Gcrshon as chairman, wc are positive to have one better than ever. Miss Ida Safer, chairman of the donor's dinner which will be held in April, is beginning to tell us her plans. The donor's dinner is a make, borrow or give event and each girl is taxed six dollars but is entitled to bring their escort free of charge. This coming Friday evening wc are going to take over the sen-ices of Beth DavidThe uirls who will participate arc Elsie Kronenfeld. Ida Safer. Shana Levinsohn, Harriettc Damenstein. Hortensc KatZ. Gertrude Shaff. Bessie Krick. Rosalyn Klein and our president, Miss leanctte Kronenfeld. Sholom. WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB New, Improved Motor Fuel Announed By Standard Oil Crown Gasoline Given Highest Octane Rating in It* Long History Standard Oil stations and dealers antoday offering their customers the new. improved Crown Gasoline —a popular priced gasoline that meets specifications for premium anti-knock performance Road te-ts have proved that this new gasoline gives motorists quicker starting, faster pick-up, smoother operation, more mileage, and a new high in knockless powerIt also contains a unique solvent action, which helps to reduce the tendency of carbon formation. Today's purchasers of popular price gasoline demand the performance heretofore obtainable only in premium grade at premium price. and the development of this new, improved gasoline was to meet this demand. COUNCIL NOTES ances prove that. West Flagler Kennel Club is the only track in the country today which his enough high bred greyhounds to put on a complete program of all 5-16th mile marathon racesIt takes greyhounds with real stamina to go over that long course and to be able to put on a program with 12 races over the The 15th Conference on tinCause and Cure of ,War will be held at the Hotel Washington in Washington, 11C., from Monday, January 22nd through Thursday, fanuary 25 th. The program, which is concerned with the world after the war and our responsibilities toward it. is as follows: Monday will he given over to registration and the presentation of the Conference program for 19-K). At the luncheon on Tuesday, problems of Asia. Europe, Latin America and the Federation of Europe will be discussed by William C. Johnstonc. Vcra Michclcs Dean. Ernesto Galarza and Clarence K. Streit. There will be a Marathon Supper at 5:30 P.M. with a discussion led by A. Drummond Jones, followed by a talk on the "Challenge of Totalitarianism" by Harry Rudin, and '.Social Justice Within Nations" by Archibald MacLeish. Wednesday will be taken with local problems which include an address by Mrs. James Austin Stone on 'Techniques on Capitol Hill"; 5-16th mile route is proof enough of what kind of greyhounds are racing at the westside oval this season. Jacob Sher and William LHuntIcy, owners of the track, annually bring to the Flagler track greyhounds which captured derby championships on every track in American during the summer months. The greyhound talent at West Flagler Kennel club is so plentiful this season that it ibecoming a difficult task for Racing Secretary R. K JapOUr to put on a card with less than two feature numbers. Si j i .at has been the talent that Rural Kub.. world'S-16th mile world record holder, hasn't been able to score a victory since the 193JM0 season opened at the Flagler oval. General Manager, a son of that one time Flagler star. Tempest, and Cherokee Stroller, a flying canine which last year equalled the word's 5-16th mile record at Flagler, have been making life rather miserable for the great RubeThese dogs rank up with the best in the world today and no one will question that statement. Their time performKOOLMOTOR GASOLINE and OILS ACME TIRES CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS ORANGE STATE OIL CO. Distributors Success To Federation he Brook Club Greyhound BAOTNG NIGHTLY Post Tim* 8:16 p. m. Admission 25 tents Steam-heated Grsindfltand Electric Odds Board All Glass Starting Box U/EH FLAGLER KEM1EL CLUB uTjLtiltAat 3 7tk. Chn\ Mrs. F. C. Carter on "Our Own Ca-h-and-Carry" and a White House tea. Miss Josephine Schain will preside at the Banquet, at which MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT and William Alan Neils, in will he the principal speakers. \ symposium on "A Permanent World Society" will open Thursday's sessioni followed by a discus-ioii of the tentative program for 140. which will continue until t o'clock in the afternoon, at which time Mr. Carl J. Tacnseh will lead a forum devoted to "Leadership Techniques". The National Council of Jewish Women arc one of the eleven parHc-lp Put Federation Over the Top! Night Phone 7-2038 Phone 2-4918 O L I N S RENT A GOOD CAR! U DRIVE IT 2900 N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami, Fla, Mrs. Weinblatt Returned To The City With a Complete New Line of YARN FREE INSTRUCTIONS in Knitting and Crocheting 128 Third Street Miami Beach, Fla. ticipating organizations represcnteC* at this Conference. The Miami Seclion .if the National Council of Jewish Women arc sending their International Relations a nd Tear. Ch.iirinan. Mrs. Harry Bamhard to Washington atheir representative. Members of Council are eligible to attendRegistration fee for the Conference is $5.00; banquet $ad0 admission to a single session 75c. VISITORS HERE A Rabbinical delegation from Palestine and NewYork, cemt-osed I Rabbi S. LI.cvcnthal. Rabbi Rosenberg, Rabbis Nathan and Jacob M. Shapiro, are now the guests of Miami Ileach in the interests of the united appeal for the Yeshivahs in Jerusalem. Serving Florida's Finest American Jewish Dinner $ St. Regis RESTAURANT 446 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION iywi*to>i


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PAGE SIX nwn rLOKXDiAjr FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 116 Mlchisan Avenue 'Phone 5-132S MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue %  Phone 5-2013 anre of Cantor Munches. Tf wish the married pair a long lif< of wedded happiness. Our congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Korelsky wlm eloped to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary in New York. \\ e look forward to the celebration of the Sflth anniverMtrj in our ini.l-t. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL A religious playlet was presented at this week's Sundaj morning assemRELIGIOUS SERVICES |of the evening was presented to the Shachriss: Daily at 7 and 8 A. M.: Rabbi b) the vice-president, Cantor Saturday at 7 and A. M. I Mamches. Mincha: Dailj from 5:15 to 5:30; j A report of the Chanukah Latkefa Friday and Satnrday at 5:15 P. M. | P .n> ...add., Mr. Felt, our aecM{ ^^ ^ Maa.-i\: Daily at 6:00; Saturday al reUry. V report on the J. n. r. anv. im 0 .jS |. M was made h> Mrs. I". Kalstein, woShalosh Soodoss: Saturday at 5:30 men's vice-president P. M. The Rabbi speaks .... the "PorRabbi Oshinsky "f Pittsburgh, one lion "f the W eek." I of the outstanding leaders of the M i/rachi movement in America. was FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM Introduced as guest speaker. He gave •In Quest of Cod," will be the an inspiring talk on the Jewish trtsubject by Hal.hi Moses Mescheloff logy, God, Israel and Palestine. Quite for this Frida) night's lecture Cantor a feu new members for the men's Mamches will had in the singing. The and women's division enrolled. Two dozen tree* were purchased for the Hal.l.i Meir Berlin Forest. Together public iwelcome. I(\K MITZVA with the tree purchases made i iEdward Goldenberg will become ofble bj the Chanukah Latkeh partj this fici.ilK a liar Mitzva during this Sabraised out number >.f treepurchased hath morning's services. Kahlii Mescheloff will address the boy after his Har Mitcva speech Friends are invited. K\l)l<> HOIK "New Trees" will be the theme of the Kadio addre-this Sunday afternoon by Hal.l.i Mescheloff. The broadeast will take place at 2:30 P. M. over radio station \\ I. ). I>. Cantor by the Miami Iteach Mi/rarlii this year to 170. Mr. Samual Felnsmlth and Marianthe Lombard" then presented a serlei of piano and saxophone selections. At the close refreshments were served and the Hatikvah -imp. BEACH MIZRACH1 WOMEN TO MEET The Miami Bearb Mizrachi women lass l\ ; Jack I .-it. Joyce, Wolff. Entanuel Yavneh, \dellc Margolis and Lillian Cohen. The playlet was coached bj their teacher. Miss Josephine Ha\in. \l-o participating in tinprogram were: F.d.ia Horowitz. Uo-elle Brook-, Gloria Goodman, Katherinc Hothman. Arthur Gilbert, Doroth) Feit, Barbara Leibowitz and Jack Mochman. The days school collection was presented to the Federation of Jewish Welfare fundBS our school contribution. Miss Pearl Andelman has been appointed to take the place of Mr. II. I Mn .in as teacher for class IN A on account of the illness of Mr. Krldmaii. Wc wish him a complete anil speedy recovery. We welcome Miss Vndelman of Dorchester, Mass., into our midst. HABANOTH Our llabanotb will have a special meeting and tea at the h • of our sponsor, Mr-. M. Mescheloff Mondaj priate melodic-. ing in'.' \\ ill vim be listenMamches will sing a number of appro-j will meet at the synagogue for a spenight al 7:00 P. M. in honor of Mr-. Herbert S. Goldstein, one of the founderof National llabanoth organization. Mrs. Goldstein haalways bad a special place in her heart for our llabanoth. We know our llabanotb will lake Mr-. Goldstein to itheart. Members SISTERHOOD MEETING \ regular meeting of our Sisterhood waheld Monda) night. \ goodl) number of women attended. \ report of the annual Installation banrial meeting Monday afternoon, Jan uary 22. at 2:00 P. M. Mrs. \. Berow will preside. An interesting propram ibeing arranged. MINNIONAIRES Our Minnionaires will meet for their Sunda) morning Minyan at 9:00 are asked to come carl>. \. M. \fter the service conducted quet was tendered. Vfter the busibj .,„,, fiir l |„.„ l .,.|,,.. ,|„. x wi \\ |1; „, take of a conimiiiial brcakfa-t. \t CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER (ONUKKGATION) Office Phone 2-1473 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rnbbi —487 Southwest 18th Road Home Phone 2-2176 H in-meeting a cultural program wat presented b) Mrs. B. H. London. Mrs. lhii| nex| \x .-. I •!.--. U. %. night meeting Nina \dbrbloom -p..ke on "Pbilo^ new-onstitution will be presented -opbical Aspects of Jewish History. (ii| j;.,„..;„„ an j 1 ,|„ |)1 i„„. Mi-Beula Sugarman sang a numbe. T | N ,„,, if „,„ „ ,„ al| boJ of selections, i antor Berele kclemcr ,„,,.„ ,,„ ,., ; an| 8 pn %  -nti.! a few iddish I oik songs, Greetings were IHHRogue Saturday night. In the absence of our president. Dr. B. DeKoven, on account of illness, the chairman-hip Give Thanks by Giving! MOTOR OVERHAUL $3.00 PER CYLINDER Dont rebore—we guarantee to stop your motor from pumping oil and smoking—We install special rings— grind valves — synchronize points — clean and adjust carbuerator — Tune up motor — 90 Day Guarantee DOWNTOWN GARAGE 34 S. W. First St. Ph. 2-72:13 Diamond and the former Estelle I reman on iln i. marriag. al our -> nagogue. Kahhi M.-, In loll performed tin wedding reremon) with the assistS i that Others May GIVE! Live •PERMANENT CALENDAR Daily services at ~ a. mand Friday evening 8:15. Sabbath ivices, Saturday 8:30 a. m. Late Friday evening services. Friday evening 8:15. Junior service*. Saturday 10:30 a. nHebrew Sthool. 3:15 to 8:16 p. m. Sunday School "unday 10:00 a. m. Bar-Mrtzvah Group, Sunday J:00 a. m. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES TinJunior ll.nl.i-,lb will conduct the service* this Friday evening at 8:15. Cantor Louis Halman, accompanied bj the ll< ih David < hoir, will < him the Liturgir Melodies. Kahhi Max Shapiro will di-ni-tin subject "Palestine aWe See it Today.* 1 The "< Ineg Shabhos" and social hour will take place in the BUditOriu.il alter tinsen ice-. e.. .•*•* ** %  -* %  %  *• > r IN ORLANDO ITS THE EL CHICO CAFE (On the Ave:.ue) Special Menu for Late Parties OPEN ALL NIGHT t hico-t Inch Served at the CURB ONLY 496 N. Orange Ave. (At Amelia) ORLANDO (Zacuon ^DR. MILES NERVINE ^ma£zdaooct Hundreds Of Thousands Of Time* Each Year Dr. Miles Nervine Makes Good When you are wakeful, jumpy, restless, when you suffer from Nervous Irritability, Nervous Headache, Sleeplessness, or Excitability, give DR. MILES NERVINE a chance to make good for YOU. Don't wait until nerves have kept you awake two or three nights, until you are restless, jumpy and cranky. Get a bottle of Dr. Miles Nervine the next time you pass a drug store. Keep it handy. You never know when you or some member of your family will need it. At Your Drug Store: Small Bottle 2S4 Large Bottle $1.00 Kl'.l It.Mil \\l> I I Till VL INST1TI TION Junioi onpreuulion: lie M-rviee* of the >i iimr ami Junior luete.l |,\ ili< Junior ongregation lakes plaee e\erj Saturday morning al 10:30. Harold Shapiro, Vlberl Kskana/.i ami Herbert t.la/eroll are in rharge of the services. We anhapp) to note that the attendance %  rapid!) increasing fro..i Sabbath to Sabbath. "Kiddii-h" igiven in the auditorium immediately after the Kelleiliction, under the chairmanship of Mrs. L. J. Hart/. Bar-Mitzvah Group: The "Har Milz. vah" group meet every Sunda) morn, iug from 'I to 10 under the direction of Louis Ca.lou: b<>>of 12 and over .ineligible to attend. The boyi are taught tinmelodies for the different "Portion of Law." Talmud Tor ah: \n innovation has been made ill tiltcurriculum of our daily Hebrew" School, that of **Nlgcna, H liturgi. music aa special course onre a week under the direction of ('antor I. kamlnsky. The Talmud Torah nirriculum includethe Stud) of elementary and advanced Hebrew "Chumo-h" with "Rashi Niveim," religion and itlaw-. Yiddish and other subject! pertaining to the Hebraic culture. Sunday School: It iwith deep satisfaction that the II. ih David Sunda) School hareached what iconsidered io he .in Institution most observant "f decorum and scholastic attainment. The classes are under the capable guidance of registered and lieen-eil teacher-. We urge parentto heroine morivital)) interested in the %  of their children ami attend the asembl) fr 11:30 to I-'. *' Help r F.DKRATION — it 11K DPS Youl!\HMII/\ Ml Bobby, -.HI ..I Mr. and Mr-. Ih %  man t.h--.r. will he "l!ar-Mit/> ailed this "-an.i da) ai 9 \ M. lb"ill rerite the "Maliir"" ami extend 'greetings to the worshippers. Give More — the NeedAt I Greater! Dr. Miles Nervine Is also vaacent Tablet item. INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS DRDE FEDCRRL snvincs nno LORR Rssocinnon OF mmmi 45 N. E. First avenue at the oorner of First street LOW COST LONG TERMS Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. UPTON, President .. )



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940 ^ THE JEWISH FLOWD1 AH PAGE SEVEN MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 154o S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi RABBI'b RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p. Friday evening services, 5:30 p. m. Shabbes: 9 a. m. Mintha on Shabbes: 6 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset. 1 n i|i real acclaim. ly. The latter will be the first func 1 llowini the federation drive The Package Party will tak< January 21st at K:J0 P. The %  c in will %  in n f, r| : a most ci % %  i ichi pri gram |ircs< ntcd FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES I InFriday evening Relinious I-', rimso >pular in the past vtitt e isnmcnci fi r the current season this Fridaj ni.Jit. January 12th. at K 30 I'.M • "i our s\ nan %  uc. Rabbi Abraham Kellncr will conduct the Poruin and -i cak • >n "The I h >pc ci' Ti morn i i Miami < I \ / \. .. LAD: AJN ii loth, .u 8:15 P.M.. %  I i Sylvia Ncu • noted world traveller who recently return! 'I fr< '111 a 1 'in i I Ladies if i mr \uxiliarj ai c busy with theii twi i cui 11 t SABBATH SERVICES Kahbi K liner \\ ill pi. ach in I'.n. LEST WE FORGET The unveiling of the monument of the late Mr. J. Louis Shochet olov hasholom will take place this Sunday, January 14th. at 2:00 P.M.. in the Jtwish section of the Woodlawn Cemetery. We respectfully urge our friends to be on Cemetery grounds promptly ~-> that we may j express our reverent respects in a manner most fitting and dignifiedHABONIM CLUD The National office of tin ii ur or an a charter and in so doinn si ill ll il was the first such mth. Mei titles an iml Sun ij and %  %  c f rel iiltural Idetic actii ities arc plannedPATH OF SORROWS ncere c< ndi ilcnccs lish on the coming Sabbath mornin ,,, M,-. William Muschcl upon the '" ''" siibjecl i f "Light Out of |, 5S | his bel .vetl mother. May "' 1 '''--' "" Sabbath • ],,. |...,-,| comfort him amidst the ''•' "'' ha l ll,r h • %  r of hearii „{ /i,„, an ,| Jerusalem. Rabbi II I. Uloch of Jersi Cil YOUTH TO BE rho i11-1 %  ir%  1 ili, with TOPIC Patriai I appearai %  %  • %  %  %  BAR MITZVAH The bar if Lear K 131 SW. 11 h 'I en ic will b held in our -• n %  Sal n n nin .. TI e pan nt ( ih< I' ir Mil \ .ih lv > take this n cans of in %  .,i the n u Chupal theii e and j tin well as the annual Pa 'ar I I 111FAIRMONTS. BUTTER „ THE PEAK ...OF QUALITY Sold (Inly In Packages \H'ever InBulk t From the Tub ,\l the ni -.' Fi ida> rcnii c ludcnl i Ii 1 S • Mri V nd held Sunda b Syi with .. r Maurice M : sisteil. \ reception followed the • .. HONOR VISITOR V special \ ill In held by the Miami 1 han t' ,il tht hi me of its %  ". M' : ; Ff. Monday evening at 7 P.M. I honor Mrs Herl i S lain, • %  rfounder if th • %  fl moth. \n pri ented%  • %  In rs ire cordially ii : %  NOTED AUTHOR VISITS MIAMI BEACH Rabbi Solomon Klonitiky-Klein is spending a briel vacation at 710 Em-lid AM-.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Klein, author of a number of Hebrew work-. harecently completed a work of outstanding merit, the "Ot-ar Taamei Chazal," or the "Treasury of Rubbinic Interpretations. This scholar!) work attesta the profound learning; of Rabbi KlonitskyKlein, and opens a field of -nnl> uml pleasure to, not alone the Hebrew neholar, liul the average Jew who huton •-l.-riuiii.il %  > knowledge of Hebrew, ll took -i\ yean<>i arduous labor In gather i i ill i the various interpretations on the Pas-sages in the Pentateuch found in the Talmud lto\li. ihe Talmud Yerushalnii, the Tosefta, Meeliilla. Sifre Pe-iklo--. Yalkutiin and Nidrashini. These interpretations have been arranged in the order of the Bible, sentence bj sentence. To many be has added a word or two <>f explanation or clarification. To a number he has added erudite ami enlightening footnotes. The work. "Otsar Taamei Chazal.' ia splendid achievement ami should grace the librar) of exerj intelligent Jew. I: iaii eminent eontribution to ihI undaniental ni"'of the Bible, ll ihi u d Ha M.IIIII f -on ; %  and i* lui i Iid, been pin I %  led an I the i omingi week before he lease.for I New ^ ork. York. SOCIETY MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED Announcement imade "f the marriage on December 29th. 1939, "i Isidore Zukernick. prominent Miami Beach attorney and civic worker, and Miss Barbara Oshnian uf New Yi rk City and I. ik Connecticut. Mr. Zukernick is a law firm of i ihe the C ic hi Ii Hotel A L>dge It'iini U'I ilh and \l iami H ich of bilks. Give More Greater! the Needs Are UMBRELLA SERVICE STATION UMBRELLA GARAGE PHONE 5-1505 1G00 Alton Rood—Miami Meach PHONE 5.7707 I.'505 20th St. — Miami B' ich SERVICE THAT SATISFIES IVIIJ 9 *J ^ *\ iftijSS r^ ft^T* flftW ft Wt %  % 1 • i %  • LHH • M J i •':*.' PPfe^-Vr -^i3 mVv? *... '.T few MANFRED M. UNGARO ARCHITECT 7939 N. E. SECOND AYE. DR. V. A SPOTO Dentist | j Announces the removal of his' | offices from the University I i Clinic in Coral Onbles to 12 S. E. First Ave. i i : (Over Liggett's Drug Store) j j every day. Phone 2-3930 K her Killed Chickens and Turkeys. Compare our Poultry and Trie. al SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO. 317 N. W. Fifth Street Rev. H. M. Kagan is on duty Do You Own Your Homo? there never was a better time than now to build ona tWL The Liberal Financing ThrougH Federal Housing Administration Makes H Possib'e Give me a call and I will c'aillr nelp you to jset the best ooolble Information as to It* olan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Int. Agency 1015 Sevbold Bldg. 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r • PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH JXORDDIAN FRIDAY. JANUARY 12. 1940 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 69S6 Indian Creek Drive—-12 630 N. E. 31st St.—2JJ548 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both o.' the Rabbis will be in the Temple every mornlnx. You may consul*, with them on matters concerning the Jewls community, or yeur peitonal problems. Tou will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held In strict cenfldence. e\ Scene at the Slioleni Lodge B'naiB'rith and its Auxiliary Installation Banquet and Dance held T evening at the Evans Hotel. CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. SABBATH EVE SERVICES Friday evening, Jamjar;1 12th. at 8:15 P.M.. Rabbi Colman A. Zutman will lecture on ''Moses—Man of Cud or Superman". Services will be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. A reception for members of the Congregation and for visitors will follow the services, UIKLT the -:>i.nsorship of the Sisterhood. SABBATH MORNING SERVICES Saturday morning, January 13th. at 11 -00 A.M.. Dr, Jacob H. Kaplan will speak on "Hardening the Heart" and ser\ice = will be conduct" ed by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. •.. TO LECTURE Sunday. January 14th, Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan will speak at the Tatniami Temple. 14th Aveand Xth St.. S. W'.. at 7:45 P.M. His subject will be "True and False Patriotism". The public is welcome. IN MEMORIAM "May the father of peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening the memory of the following will be hallowed : Recently departed: Minnie Feldman, mother of Mr. William Feldman and Mr-. Max Solomon, Yahrzeits: Moses Feder, father of Mrs. Sam Katz; Joseph Sandier, father of Mr-. Morris I.Cohen, Mrs. M M. Nankin and Mrs. Henry Bulbin; and Seige Keffler, mother of Mrs. XSperling. SOCIETY SUCCUMBS TO ILLNESS Mr. Jay Kaplan former Miamian and rial estate Operator here, succumbed to an illness in Los Vngeles, California. He leaves his wife, one son and five daughtersciear\ers and Give — but for the Grace of God it Might Have Been YOU! "For those who want the best" Quality Dry Cleaning Fine Hand Laundry Plant Phone 7-3216 +• MAMMOTH FOOD STORES Over 3,000 Items for Your Selection 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU 55th Street at Biscayne Blvd.—1453 S W 8th Street "WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE" SERVING — MIAMI BK\( II and %  MIAMI Miami Jewish Funeral Home "EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH" PHONE 3-3131 '10 S. W. 12th AVE. AMBULANCE SERVICE w. UP TH E QUALITY OF CROWN GASOLINE but NOT the PRICE e j VISIT THE NEW M&M Cafeteria 127 N. E. Second Avenue The Finest in the South Serving Breakfast 7 to 10 A.M. Lunch 11 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. Dinner 5 to 8 P.M. Serving the Best Foods at Reasonable Prices. PERFORMANCE AT %  3WS8BKJ3 *POpU&W PRICE UIM'S CWNH IS m ~ T & N E CROWN GASOLINE IS GIVEN HIGHEST ANTI-KNOCK RATING IN ITS LONG HISTORY. *i STANDARD OIL STATIONS AND DEALERS NOW STANDARD OIL COMPANY N K % 


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Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
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January 12, 1940

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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wJewisti Floridiai m
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VOL. 13 NO. 2
Co,a/*Mre Ylhe Jewish lUinatiy
*9
Ml \MI. Il.(il I'KICK in CENTS
Federation Drive Passes
Halfway Mark
With the Greater Miami Federa-
tion of Jewish Welfare Funds drive
well under way workers in the
campaign arc tirelessly covering the
Greater Miami area soliciting Jew-
ry for funds to aid mure than 39
overseas, national regional and local
organizations with a goal of $1(19.-
.w.s() to be reached.
A determination as never before
shown is being demonstrated in an
effort to secure the amount needed
in order to enable the budget to be
met.
Federation offices have announced
that the half way mark has been
reached and the officers feel confi-
dent that with the enthusiasm and
efforts of the workers the drive wi
go ov er the top.
ness to such a worthy undertaking
has always been in the forefront of
his many activities and I know of
i" Letter way to show Baron of our
arpreciativeness then by making the
federation drive the success it de-
serves to be."
The Miami and Miami Reach Di-
visions will hold a combined brcak-
i.i-l Sunday morning at 10:30 A.M.
at the White House Hotel. Miami
Beach. Mr. Stanley C. Myers, pre-
sident of the Federation, has ar-
ranged for a broadcast from the
hospital bed of Karon de Hirscll
Meyer, campaign chairman, who
will address those present at II A.
M. All workers arc urged to be
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, campaign present.
chairman, took ill suddenly Tues-
day, during the midst of the cam-
paign, and latest reports as we go
to press reveal that his condition is
improving t"d he i- resting comfort-
ably.
"As a tribute to Mr. Meyer's ef-
forts and energy that lie has ex-
pended," Mr. Stanley (' Myers,
president of the Federation, stated.
"we mi)"! .ill show our gratitude to
one whose leadership and devoted-
Worker's report (luncheons will
be held Mond iv at 12:15 I'.M. noon
with the Miami Beach Division at
the Hotel Hvans and the Miami I >i-
vision at the Palatial Kosher Res-
t.uir.mt.
The final report meeting of all
Campaign workers will be held Wed-
nesday evening. January 17th. at 8
I'M at Temple Israel. 137 N. K.
19th Street. Miami. Stanley C. My-
ers, president, will preside-
DR. WEITZMANN SAILS FOR
U.S. ON REX LISBON
Paris (W'NS).Dr. Chaim Weitz-
mann president of the Jewish Agen-
cy for Palestine ami the World
Zionist Organization, sailed (Fri-
day. Jan. 5) on the Italian liner Rex
from Lisbon for the United States.
He was. orginally scheduled to leave
on a Pan-American clipper but was
Unable to do so because of weather
conditions.
Dr. Weizmann's stay in the Unit-
ed States, scheduled to last for sev-
eral weeks, will be part of a mobili-
zation of resources to speed the up-
building of the Jewish homeland in
0
BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER
who was stricken Tuesdsay of this
week in the midst of his strenuous
duties as Chairman of the Greater
Miami Federation of Jewish Wel-
fare Funds. 19*:. $109.H50 drive,
and rushed to the hospital. He will
deliver a message to the workers of
the Campaign Sunday morning at
their breakfast from his bedside in
the St. Francis Hospital.
Palestine to increase the capacity of
the Holy Land t,, absorb the thou-
sands of refugees who are stream-
ing from Nazi oppression in Europe.
I >r. \\ eizmann, in addition to his
post a- President of the Jewish
Vgcncy tor Palestine, i- Chairman
oi the Board of Governors of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
Chairman of the Central Bureau for
the Settlement of German Jews in
Palestine. Director of the Daniel
Siefl Chemical Research Institute of
the Jewish Agency for Palestine,
ami President of the Zionist Feder-
ation of Great Britain and Ireland.
I >r W eizmann will be accompan-
ied by Mrs. Vcra W eizmann, dis-
tinguished communal worker and
scientist in her own right. Mrs.
Wei/mann. who also has a Doctor's
degree, is Honorary President of
the Women's International Zion-
ist Organization in association with
\ iscountcss Samuel.
Dr. Xahum Goldman, chairman of
| the executive committee of the
World Jewish Congress, who had
also intended to leave for the Unit-
ed Stiles by plane, was expected to
sail this week on the Italian liner
Vulcania.
The Rev. Maurice I.. Perlzweig.
chairman of the British section of
the congress, left London last week
for a four-month world-wide tour
aimed primarily at developing a
united Jewish approach to any fu-
ture peace conference. He is ex-
pected to leave by clipper for N'ew
York touring the United States
and Canada for the American Jew-
ish Congress, then proceed to New-
Zealand and Australia on behalf of
lli. Icwish National Fund, then visit
the Netherlands. East Indies. India
and Palestine on behalf of the
World Jewish Congress.
Rabbi Moshe BlaU, Palestine lead-
er of the Agudath Israel, and Dr.
Isaac Breuer. a member of the or-
ganization's world executive com-
mittee, announced in Ixmdon that
they would visit the United States
at the end of January
Late Publisher's Monument
Unveiling Services Sunday
Services Will Start
At 2:00 P. M. Promptly
EUGENE NAVILLE, DREYFUSS,
DEAD AT 89
Geneva (WNS). Eugene Naville.
defender of Alfred Dreyfuss and
well-known author of several books
on the Dreyfuss trial, died lure at
DISSOLOVE MIXED
MARRIAGES
Brussels (WNS). N'azi authori-
ties ordered the dissolution of all
mixed marriages in the Reich, i| was
reported here. Those disobeying
the order will be held on charges
iti-
Czech Jews
Face Deportation
the age of 89. Naville settled in of "rassenschande." the'report said
Geneva after the acquittal of Drey- --------------------------------------
ti-Nazi whispering campaign which
had become widespread throughout
Bohemia and Moravia.
The articles demanded that lews
residing in Prague be expelled fii it
since more than fifty per cent
til. lews liviiu; in (lie ",
ate" were now concentrated in th.-
former Czech capital. While the
expulsion order does not indicate
where these lews are to he -cut. it
is believed they will be transported
to the Lublin "reservation."
Forcing ol Jews from Austria and
the "protectorate" into the Lublin
area was Suspended temporarily dur-
ing recent weeks in view of a sharp
division of opinion on this matter
between C.estapo (Nazi secret po-
lice) and military authorities in
Nazi-held Poland. (Military author-
ities are said to be strongly oppos-
ed to the '"reservation" plan, in-
formed sources here stated).
Paris (WNS).-While the Na-
tional Czechoslavakian Council.
headed by Dr. Eduard Benes, for-
mer Czech president, addressed a
New Year proclamation "to the
Czechoslovakia!! people." assuring
equality for all nationalities within
a liberated Czechoslovakia, the Jew-
ish population in the "protectorate"
faceil the New Year under a decree
issued by Nazi authorities ordering
all Jews of Bohemia-Moravia tinder
the age of sixty to leave before the
end of 1940.
Reports published in the French
press emphasized that this decree
would result in the mass expulsion
of about seventy thousand Jews-
Those who fail to leave within the
tune specified will be sent to con-
centration camps, the order further
stated-
Indications that this decree was
expected were seen last week in ar-
ticles published in the Nazi-controll-
ed press in Prague. urging the
"protectorate" to get rid of all its
Jews in view of the fact that the
Jews there were carrying on an an-
ARREST 520 REFUGEES FOR
ILLEGAL ENTRY
Haifa. Palestine (WNS). Five
hundred and twenty Jewish refu-
gees seeking to enter Palestine
with in permits were arrested last
week within Palestine territorial
waters aboard a schooner am.
brought to Haifa, it was reportet
here. They were from German}
and other parts of central Europe.
The unveiling of a tombstone to
the memory of the late J. Louis
Shochet, founder and publisher of
The Jewish I loralian until his sud-
den demise on January liith of last
year will take place this Sunday,
January 14th. at the Jewish section
of the Woodlawn Park Cemetery,
starting at 1 I'M. promptly.
The unveiling service will include
Mob Enosh. prayer by Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff; prayer by Dr. Jacob
II. Kaplan; Ashrei Hoish by Cantor
i Maurice Mamches; Lest we Forget,
by Stanley C. Myers; prayer by
Rabbi Mas Shapiro; eulogy by
Rabbi Abraham A. Kelln.r; El
Mole by Cantor Maurice Mamches;
Psalm 24 and prayer by Rabbi Col-
man A. Zvvitman.
Mr- Shochet, a formei resident
of Baltimore, a graduatl of the
University of Maryland, activt
in the communal life of Baltimore
[where he held office in the Adolph
Kre-s Lodge of Until Sin 1. m, Aitz
Chaim Synagogue and the Macca-
[bean Lodge, came to Mi.mi in 19251
and established The Jewish Flori-
dim in 1927. Under his guidance
| the newspaper became a power for
K.....' i" Florida and served as a me-
dium of conveying news f inter-
est to all Jewish residents of the
State. Time and again, as Editor he
took the had in fighting the battle
to uphold the name and protect the
reputation of the Jewish commun-
ity.
Fearlessly and courage, usly he
Openly fought for or against is-
sues presented to the Jewish people,
never seeking to conceal or cam-
ouflage his position, always choos-
ing the side he believed to be right
regardless of consequences to his
personal welfare.
\- a citizen and individual Mr.-
Shochet participated in every
worth-while movement and devoted
i If since his arrival in Miami
to all Jewish causes He was a
former president of Beth David
Congregation, one o( the founders
and organizers of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation; a mem-
ber .if the Board of Director* ol
Beth Jacob Congregation; one of"
the organizers ami Secretary of the
(Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery As-
sociation; a member of the Roard
of Directors and Budget Committee
of the Greater Miami Federation of
Jewish Welfare bunds; ,a member
of the Administrative Board of the
local Zionist District; Chairman of
the local and State Anti-IVfamaion
Committee of B'nai B'rith ; a, incur
her of the Young Men's Hebrew
Association, and conductor of a
Jewish hour.
In the November prior to
loath he was instrumental in
his
l'rc-
.'
venting the establishing of a service
by the Hamburg-American Lines
from Key West to Havana-

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PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940
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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
'=..*== ^-:-:-.-.-.-.-
ENGAGEMENT
ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Morris an-
nounce ''< engagement of their
daui liter Kathryn to Mr- Herman
Klein -i Sew Ynrk. The reci
will be held ;it the Si. Moritz II"-
tel. of which Mr. Morris is presi-
dent. Sm uarj 14th.
" i !! P.M.
Mi-- K ithryn Morris i- a
al the I nh ei ~;i> of M ianii. i al*
v> speni i ne year at the Ward Bel-
School ami a member of the
All ha E| -il"ti Phi Sorority-
Mr. KK-in i- a graduate of the
University of Michijian. a member
of tin- Stema Vlpha Fraternity.
\,i in-,it itii n- are being issued

WEDDING
HELD
|'|,r V i- i t
enhoti I. Ros-
\ '. :. ns. son
uf Mr. ml Mrs. S. 1
held Sun

M
!
N '
The bricl
iversity
of Fl it ida. 1;- iatcd in the
practici "i law hen
After a wedding trip throu h
the State. Mr. and Mr-. l.\ ins will
be at honv February 1st. in their
new residence at 1624 S. \\. 17tb
Terrace.

ENGLISH CLUB
ORGANIZED
Tin- organization of a n n sectar-
ian Better English Club will take
I lace I ii' laj evenii January
loth, at tin- Whit. T. mple.
program will include shorl speeches
by prominent Miamians ami musi-
cal selections. The program will
conclude with the election --' offi-
cers followed by a social hour.
There i- no admission charge ami
the public is cordially invited to
attend. Mr-. Bertha Friedberg and
Mrs. Ha/el Chichcster of New-
York, will be in charge.
ENTERTAINS
AT PARTY
Mi-- Jeane Weinberg entertain-
ed Saturdaj nini in horn r ol
Mi-. Benita Strauss of Chicai i,
111., at a danci it ir hi n I lanc-
ing and r fn shim nts v. ci i i n
Guests present were: Misses B lt\
Lctaw, Revina Miller. Peggy G
smith. Doris Blate. and Messrs.
\ m Cohen. Lester k- se. Sid-
ney Alderman. Bud Ehrlich, Joe
Kolbcr. Julie Oberstein. Vlex Blate
and Charles Mark-. Miss Strauss.
during her stay in Miami, is the
house gucsl of Mr. and Mrs. Benj.
!., \ : of Coral Gables. Many
affairs have been planned to h n r
Miss Strauss
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
The parents of Mrs. Colman A. |MARRIAGE
Z wit man arc Dr. J- B. Cohen, de-
ceased! formerly associated with
Lebanon Hospital, ami Mr-. J I'..
(.'hell, who is on the I'lee Syna-
.iv.l of Trustees,
The Kabbi ami his wife are leav-
r a motor trip on Sunday,
which will take them t" Lakeland.
l-'la.. where Rabbi Zwitnian is ti
peak la I,-re tlu- Rptary Club on
Monday, Jan. 15th, 1940. ami t.. Ft.
Pierce where la- i- t-> speak 1" f ir<
the W Oman's Club and the Business
ami Professional groups on Tues-
day. Jan. 1Mb. 1940. They will re-
turn I" Miami the next -
Temple Israel of Miami ami the
Sisterhood of Temple Israel will
tender a reception for them on Sun-
ilay evening. |an. 28th. 1940.
tt.qff>SBg^*^SSB*SS TAKES PLACE
The wedding of Miss Rita Pearl-
RETURNS FROM
HONEYMOON
C h n \ Zwit-
rctui ihcir wed
. Cul
Mi

n S. \\ ie i S*i v "i
al the h il tcl. in
f Mrs. Stcphei
V\ I Mrs h I i K
1 M r. N'athan Zw itman. Mr-.
I-.. \. Kaufman was hn*l
al a dinm r.
Both Kabbi and Mr-. Zw I
arc pupils of 1 >r. Stephen S- Wise:
Kabbi Zw itman having been ordain-
ed Kabbi and having received the
legrcc I M- II. I- from the J< w-
i-!i Institute of Religion, of which
I >r. W isc is president ; and Mrs.
Miss I
(\'ben. ha. luatcd fn m the
Rel ii s S
and ha\ ing tau hi then afl i '
graduation. Mrs Zwitman
ihi rei enl F a B. A del r< i
Hunt,! C Hi a. in May, 1939,
where she was among thosi
ed to teach al the Model School.
Kabbi Zwitman is the son of Mr.
Philip Zwitman, journalist. who
migrated te' Palestine several years
ind (he late M rs. Philip Zw it-
man, w h" was a communal leader
in Jewish activities uf Newark. N. I-
BEACH MIZRACHI
MEET
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MIZRACHI LECTURE
TO BE GIVEN
111
:30 P.M.. the Miami lewish Or
i Rabbi II
in
ired by the Miami Mi/rachi
District. Following the address an
open forum will take place. V
sical program ii b t i i \ cal
and instrui ntal u ic II I"- pi i -
-ml '
\ \ Ik. h will be hi Id
Saturday c\ Cllil
! f Mr. Joe| ii Man sh< -.
and re-
man', daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bennetl Pearhnan to Pincus II ff-
,nan of Pottstown. Pennsylvania,
son of Mrs. l<< >< ;: "'
Pottstown. Pennsylvania, look place
Thursday aftcrn Jai irj
Kabbi Most Meschcloff i fficiatcd
at the ci rein my which was bell ii
the i an of his h c Mrs. Alfred
I'reit. sister of the bride, was ma
tron of honor, and Mr- II
Borgcr of Pottstown was besl man-
\ wedding supper fi llowed at the
Victor Hotel. Oul of I wn guests
attending were Mr- and Mrs I" ili|
Hoffman, uncle and aunt of the
i; Mrs. K -< 11 ffman and
son Nathan, mother and brother re-
spectively, of the groom; 1 >r. and
Mrs Nathan Estr,cicher; and Her-
bert Bi rger, all of P Itsl wn, and
leading. Pa.
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CARD PARTY
TO BE GIVEN
Nic tcr N i
ti- nal II' r Jcwisl Child
will b parl
evening. January l< th. at 1:00 P.M..
at Fassa's Restaurant.
Bt ub. Tickets are n w ai
All members and friends art
dialh in\ited t-> attend.
I
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VISITING
HERE
Mr. and Mr- Benj. Le Vine have
as their house guests t'lei.
and niece \l rs. S- Str iuss
daughter Benita of Chicago, 111

\l ire than lw< huntlrt d mi
of the Spinoza Group and
fi;, nds attended the T. -i
I linner gi> en to 1 >r. Abraham \\
Tin- ccasii -ii was the 5i
niversary of the founding
Spin >za Group by I *r. \\'oil
The program included the ii
tion by A. I.- McMastcr, Pi
-i Tin ol -. and Religion al
Miami University j Mr. T S
violin soln-; Evelyn Nauni Y '
dish Folk Si ini -: brief spci
Dr. Jacob II- Kaplan. I >r Nil
lerbloi mi. Ban in dc I Nrsch
Professor MacM .
Clark, n ii--w ned lecture)
rs of the S
i cph I. Te] i r v. as cl
if 11: i I el
re. at the ^ M H.A. Mr. Max
Rifas, iir-t \ ice pn iU in i the
LEAVES FOR
NORTH
|ir. \i,- Wi Ifson left Si n
day for New Y -k to attend the
wedding of his daught r. Miriam,
to Mr. Herbert Shai i if S
burg, S-C. The wedding will lal.i
al thi Carl
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gi. en- All m< n bi rs hi fi ii nds are
cordially invited t" attend.
ANNUAL DINNER*
TO BE HELD
The annual dinner sponsored by
the Chesed Shel Emeth Sisterh.....I
will be held Sunday evening, Janu-
arj 28th. at the Beth I lavid Audi-
torium. 135 N. W. .'n! Ave., at 6:30
P. M. \n lab- irate dinner and pro-
gram i- being planned. Vein
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any men ber r. In
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and Lizzie l.itt. 1 urtl er del lils
will be published at a later date.
Wolfson studied al the Ethical C
Sch \dclphi Cnll -. e -.'"I
Columbia University, and was i
nected with tin New York B
, f Health as a Hyi ienist. Mr
Shapiro is a graduate of tl Uni
-it\ of South Carolina and is en-
gaged in business in Spartanburg.
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demonstrations, light conditioning
service, modern office facilities,
displays of equipment? Why free
home economist service? Why
kitchen planning?

These PLUS services make th; use
of electricity sore convenient and
economical, or acquaint you with
new ways to pot it to work for you.
This, PLUS services increase the
general use of electricity and make
it possible for it to generate and
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORJDIAN
PAGE THRBE
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Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
Council hews
nil i'ii......mil
1940 CHIT-CHAT
Interesting items among the usual January 1st crop of
prophecies are the prognostication that Hitler will attack Rou.
mania around the time of 'the vernal equinox and that internal
trouble in Naziland will force his retirement from the limelight
before the summer is over That Near Eastern theatre of
war will be seeing plenty of action before Valentine Day,
Washington insiders augur Then it will be too late for
the Zionist funds of America to adopt the ingenious food-pack-
age plan submitted to them by Ad?.m Rosen, Palestine-Ameri-
can shipping head, months and months ago Aside to Neal
O'Hara, 'who's worrying about how the Nazis will feed the
4,000,000 horses they took over in Poland: It's the horses that
will be used to feed the Nazis Winchell relates the one
about the anti-New Deal Congressman who now is rooting
for a new WPA projectto widen the Atlantic .
THIS AND THAT
U>ok for the announcement, t" be expected shortly, that
the Bund is going to drop its official anti-Semitism We
don't need to remind you that anti Semitism is only a part
of the philosophy that makes Xa/.ism objectionable to Ameri-
cans "The most beautiful flower of our race" is what
Mussolini once called Roberto Sarfatti, world war victim who
was the son of his Jewish secretary, Margheretta Sarfatti
. But that was in the days when Hitler was aping Mussolini,
and not vice versa Now that the Nazis have got around
to banning Nora Wain's "Reaching for the Stars" watch for
its rise in the best seller li>ts Did you ever see Charlie
Chaplin dance' Any wax. he's going to perform a bubble
dance in his 'Dictator" film, using a globe of the world as his
bubble Did you know that Esperanto, brainchild of the
late Dr. Ludwig Lazarus Zamcnhof, has won a couple of mil
Hull adherents in its half century of existence.' .
THERE AND HERE
Whether Hitler likes it or not, the fact remains that the
old-fashioned Bible that was written by Jews still outsells its
Nazi rival in Germany, having surpassed the "Mein Kamnf"
sales by 200,000 copies even in that benighted country in the
last six years German refugees with a literary flair are
hereby advised of a prize competition with a first award of
S500 and eiqht other prizes ranging from $250 to $20 for the
best unpublished autobiographies on the theme "My Life in
Germany Before and After January 30, 1933" Manuscr.pts
may be submitted in either English or German, and informa-
tion on details of the contest may be obtained from Dr. Sidney
Bradshaw Fay, 776 Widener Library, Cambridge, Mass. .
Add to your list of refugees who have made gool the name of
Reinhold Schunzel, former UFA director who in this country
already has "Rich Man, Poor Girl" and "Balalaika to h.s cred.t
With all those railroad wrecks in Germany, cracks sports-
writer Tom Meany, if. ju.t the rest of the world', bard luck
that Hitler travels by plane .
DRAMATIC BITS
Right now we'll place a bet that Helen Beverly the gir
Who plays the feminine lead in the Artef Havers beauufu
production of "Uriel Acosta." will s-on graduate to Hollywood
stardom Many a Yiddish actor who's out of a job haj
Kood reason to be glad Paul Muni has a job on Broadway this
season The less prosperous Second Avenue boys, who have
been receiving the quietly given Muni largesse these months
are hoping there's nothing to the rumors that Paul is going
to cut short his New York engagement to return to Hollyw.....1
,,, his scheduled Beethoven film Know .t-all though we
,,,. it wasn't until 1939 drew to a ch.se that we learned
that x,,,,,,- Bibermann. who since his appearance in The
Eternal Road" three years ago has made his mark on tin, sdver
screen is a brother of foseph 11. When, publisher and ed.1
Mrs, Sophia M- Kobison joined
the staff of the National Council of
Jewish Women, New York Cty, as
Executive Director, ami will direct
the activities of the various chap-
ters throughout the United States
ml Canada. Mrs. Robison is a
raduate of New York School for
Social Work, VVellesley ami Colum-
ia University- She is an instruc-
tor in City College ami Hunter Col-
'.i < and a lecturer at the New
School for Social Research. She
lias been for nine years in charge
of the division of neighborhood sta-
tistics of tlie Welfare Council of
New York City ami previous to this
position she was executive director
of the Brooklyn Section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
Miss Sarah 1 hikore. field secre-
tary of Immigration ami Naturaliza-
tion and Miss Gertrude I'insky.
staff worker of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women are cuest- of
the Miami Section for the month of
lanuarv.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
nmmm-iiiinilitMiiiini
Do you want 10 nee a 150.00 stag)
show at the price of a good mn\ic.
I)<> you want to aee the greatesl arra)
cf radio, stage and screen celebrities
,->er assembled in a single pe'forni
ance? Then come i<> the Y. M. II. \.
luh r.......s on Thursday evenig Jan-
uary lHih at 8:00 o'clock and we will
ell you
iilMiiiiriiimtlllliiiml.....ir........n.nui....."in............itMiiitmiiii.liMH
unscrupulous vendors of worthless
remedies ami home nostrums, ami
some unethical druggists who pre-
scribe for these serious diseases with-
out being properly qualified lo do so.
"My meetings, motion pictures, ami
other means, Fourth Social Hygiene
Da) ill seek lo clarify many of the
all about our CAVALt VDE half-truths concerning syphilis and
OF STARS, fo In- held at the Bi-cayne gonorrhea ami once again focus pub-
I'l.i/a Theatre, Miami Beach, on mid- li< attention upon their perpetual
night, January 27th. threat to young men ami women, our
T .a No. 1Niek Kenny, producer families ami our children," lo- -aid.
of our Y. M. II. A. CAVALCADE will National Social Hygiene Daj i- be-
be. there in person to tell you of our ing observed in ever) state and more
great show. dian five thousand communities on
Treat No. 2Chester Uexander will February 1st, and i- being sponsored
he there lo entertain you. 1 tl American Social Hygiene A--
Treat No. 3Herman Waitsman, aee sociation in cooperation with -tan- and
cameraman, will show mo\in|! pie- local health departments, social hygi-
tures thai were laken at our Hill \n-
uual Hall.
The regular weekly Forum will
he held Friday afternoon. January
12th. at -' P.M.. at the Evans Ho-
tel. Miss Mary 1'.. Merritt. dean
of girls of the University of Miami
will speak on "Women in Govern-
ment Service-" Mr. George O.
Pcrshinp. grandnephew of the ccle-
brated General Pershinjr, will dis-
CUSS "Spain in Relation to the Pre-
sent European War".
Mrs. lack Olshen will present the
study course chapter usimr as her
topic ''American Novelists Presents
few".
The musical program will be
viileil I''. Mrs, Rita Davis Gittcr who
nd pany herself i>"
the piano.
Vdi I will be I

ends, .oc ,- irdially in\ited to
attend.
Give li'.it for the Grac
God it Might Have Been YOU!
ene societies and other organizations.
A prominent physician will l- the
Here vou will receive fir-, hand in-1 principal speaker. Other details will
f this great CAVALCADE announced in these column- in suc-
ceeding issues.
formation
(11 STAKS.
Refreshments
mission i- free.
ill he
id. Ad-
NKWS AROUND TOWN
Y" CAGERS WIN 36-24
I. A. TO OBSERVE NATION- I "1 b) Mush Green the Y. M. H. \.
\l. SOCIAL HYGIENE DAY Basketball Team defeated the Cum
The Young Men's Hebrew Associa- ningham Sport- aggregation 36 to 24
lion, ever alert in its activities in the i>. a well played p.m. at the Miami
an Youth, announces High gym last Wednesday. Excellent
National Social ,,i"" w"rk wa~ evidenced in this game,
rJoGUST BROS Ry^
lT Is the BEST.'
Help KKDKRATION
HELPS You-
it
thanks to Manager Lew Safan. Next
Wednesday the hoy- play Homestead.
You folk- that have failed to attend
an- missing some fine rage games. Get
the
next W ednesda) \diiii ion 25c
interest of imeric
that it will observe
Hygiene Day on Thursday evening,
February 1st at the Club Rooms.
The purpo.....f Social Hygiene Daj
i- to renew artivit) in America s cam-
paign against syphilis and gonorrhea. ,.,. person MORE POWER TO
"Principal object of il- 1940 ohserv-1 the FEDERATION Last Tuesdaj
ance." Mr. Mauri.. Grossman, Execu- ,|,,. Federation mad.- their fir-t fi-
live Director of the Y. M. 11. A. said, .,,,, ,,,| report in 11.- i- J109.000.00
"i- lo arquainl the public with the drive. Over $40,000.00 \>.i- accounted
problem of medical quacker) and self-1 for anl| |(J the enthusiasm evidence,
treatment in relation lo these dWeaw -
and to extend public understanding
of their menace to individual and pub-
li, health."
\fi Grossman stated
educational efforts ol
lion and others, main
lliat despite
hi- organize-
persons
-till
do not appreciate thai onlj a compet-
ent physician can properly diagnose
and treat syphilis and gonorrhea, '"lhe
result," he pointed out, "is that manj
uninformed men and women are vic-
timized ever) daj by medical quacks,
So that
GIVE!
Others May Live
BKIHOMAI
ftUfcL
MIAMI
NEW YORK
c
near future John Garfield is returning to Broadly for h<
Sng^bert Rein's "Heavenly Express"-* play for a wafc-
;; par" in which he pleaded some years ago when h was p,
'a k id dreaming of becoming a great actor some day All his
c,m Poknss hoped for a Broadway production
1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE
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A Jewish Funeral,"Home In Miami Beaeh
Ojr exotrienci of 50 year; of Service to Orthodox, Conservative and
Reform Jewry is your assuranceTof strict compliance
with every Jewish ritual
CHARLES ROSENTHAL
EDWARD ROSENTHAL
MORTON ROSENTHAL
ni) guess i- thai over S70.000.00 v
in lhe till b) today. We are gl
Know tli.it so man) of the "Y mem-
bers are activel) cooperating n 4
have previou-l) OVER Till roP
THIS ^ I VR ONGR \i- VN'D
BEST W ISH1 Vnolher gooil man
took hi- matrimonial medicine when
our handsome fine friend Rabbi Cole-
man Zwitman look unto himself a
charming bride, Miss I .nor. Cohen.
They wire tied in malrimonj bj that
great Jew, Rabbi Stephen S. W ise .
Y" BREAKFASTS AT DEMPSEY
VANDERBILT last Sunday a
I hearty) breakfast was enjoyed in a
testimonial to our fine feathered
friend Nick Kenny. Pep talks were
lhe vogue with I.eo Robinson, Herman
Waitsman. Nick kenn>, Al Pallot. Ar-
lene Judge. Dorothy Dey, Mitchell
Wolfson, and William Shaync giving
the folks the send off for the greatest
event of the year, our 5th Annual
CAVALCADE OF STARS SHOW
SATURDAY MIDNITE, JANUARY
27th at lhe Plaza Theatre. Nick ken-
n\ has definitely promised to have
Harry rtirhman and George Jesscl as
CO-masterS of ceremony. Now f'ir the
ticket sales, fir-t come get the lu-t
-, .ii-. to hurry!
Remember the dateCAVALCADE
(l STARS SAT1 RDAY MIDNITE
JANUARY 27th at the Plaza Theatre,
Miami Beach. Tickets 12.00 to $10.00
per person.
JUNIOR DIVISION
Our Executive Director ha- an-
noume.l the formation of a Literary
Circle among members of this division
thai will meet on Thursday nil.-.
Mr. Grossman also informed this group
that a series of lectures in Jewish
Leadership Training will be inaugur-
ated within the next few wcks. Watch
these columns for further details.
Give but for the Grace of
God it Might Have Been YOUl

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TSK WISH PLOBIDIAM
FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940
wJewisti fUciriidil&n
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
P. O. Box 2973 ,
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[
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]
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Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at
Miami, Florida, under the Act ai March 3, 1879
B'NAI B'RITH
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VOLUME 13 NUMBER 2
JANUARY 12, 1940
Retrospection
On this the Yahrzeit of the late J. Louis Shochet olov
hasholom, founder of The Jewish I-'loridian, we reprint the
editorial published in the issue of January 27th, 1939.
Once again the Jewish community has been shocked.
Again the grim Angel of Death inflicted a wound which will
not be easily healed. Again the roll of those who worked
for the good of the entire community, whose unselfishness
was marked, and whose life was dedicated to the task of mak-
ing this community and this state a better place for all
Jewry to live in, and to create an intelligent understanding
between Jew and non-Jew has been depleted.
Devoted husband and father, self-sacrificing, staunch
and true leader in Israel, though but young of age, ever
bearing aloft the torch of true traditional Torah, at the peak
Of a career which held much fur the future of Judaism, has
been torn away from family and friends.
For material things he desired but little. His glory was
the possession of a vast treasure of spiritual heritage which he
prized above all else His was the task, self-assumed, to
bring the glories of Jewry to all ... He was a true leader
in Israel ... His was the pleasure of doing right regardless
of personal consequences with the will to carry out the cour-
age of his convictions.
What can we say? The loss is irreplacable ... the
void left in the heart of Israel ... in the hearts of his
family and his vast host of friends and in the entire com-
munity, cannot be filled.
What can we do? Pledge ourselves to emulate the life
thus too soon closed ... to carry on with the same coura-
geous spirit, the noble work so adequately championed by
him ... to prove our devotion by REMEMBERING AND
NOT FORGETTING HIM.
We who are left behind to carry on THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN, the publication through which he accomplish-
ed his good for Jewry, will strive to maintain his principles,
his ideals and his platform, to fearlessly denounce atrocities
of any people persecuted, to make this community and this
state a place where Jewry can stand erect without fear of
proudly proclaiming themselves true members of Israel and
where Jew and non-Jew may work hand in hand for the
benefit of humanity.
And we recite the courageous justification "Davon
Hoemes" and say such is "HIS" will ... let us not be con-
tent therewith, but constructively show the appreciation and
the love we bear the departed leader in Israel, J. Louis
Shochet, of sainted memory.
Let us therefore dedicate ourselves to the tasks for which
J. Louis Shochet fought and died to the end that the Jewish
Community of Greater Miami may boast of achievements that
J. Louis Shochet would have accomplished, had he lived.
Tuesday night, January 9, 1940.
officially marked the termination of
another year of B'nai li'rith pro-
gress, and ushered in what, from all
appearances, will be a banner year
of achievement and further pro-
gress.
To my mind the Banquet itself
was a complete success, both from
the standpoint of attendance and
enjoyment. Let me take this op-
portunity to thank each and every
member of the Banquet Committee
for the fine service and cooperation
and special thanks to Burnett Roth
for his untiring efforts.
We are very thankful to Rabbi
Paul Richman who made a special
trip from Washington. D. C-, to
Miami Beach, to address us at the
Banquet.
Sincerity was the key-note of the
installation and of the addresses
made by those who participated.
To K. Albert Ballot, the out-going
President, we can truly sing songs
of praise for the splendid and dig-
nified way in which he has led the
B'nai B'rith during his office as
President. He no doubt was inspir-
ed by the spirit of B'nai B'rith and
what it stands for. And* to J. Aron
Abbott, the in-coming President,
knowing that he is equally as much
inspired and concerned with B'nai
B'rith welfare and progress. we
know that he will lead us on to fur-
ther accomplishments with the con-
tinued cooperation of the members
of the lodge.
For the first time in the history
of Sholcm Lodge, a president of a
Ladies Auxiliary was installed. The
Ladies Auxiliary made a splendid
selection in electing Mr-. Isaac Le-
vin as their President, and we look
to the Auxiliary for help in carry-
i th, extensive and intensive
program of the B'nai B'rith.
Sholem Lodge rightfully boasts
of a membership of approximately
eight hundred members. We are
about to launch a drive for addi-
tional members so that we will pass
the thousand mark at the time that
President Monsky visits with us at
our next initiation meeting. So all
of you members get out and bring
in at least one or two of your
friends-
Make a note of the B'nai B'rith
stag and Smoker which will be held
at the Atlantis Hotel, Tuesday
evening. January 23, 1940. Nick
Kenny will be the Master of Cere-
mony and many other outstanding
entertainers and celebrities will be
there. To those of you who attend-
ed last year's Stag and Smoker
NO MORE NF.F.D TO BE SAID.
MIAMI BEACH VAAD HAKASHRUTH
I
We take this opportunity to advise every Jew antl J
Jewess and every kosher restaurant ami hotel on Miami j
Beach that the Beth Jaeoh Congregation of Miami Beach j
has organised this year a Vaad Hakashriith to supervise j
the sale of kosher meat, poultry and meat produets he- j
ing sold at the kosher butcher shops of Miami Beaeh.
We are very happy to state that we have been sue- t
shops in the city of Miami Beaeh under our constant t
ressful in our task ami have now almost all the buteher t
supervision is kosher. We ask every consumer to look for [
We can now guarantee that every kosher fowl and j
every piece of meat sold in the butcher shops under our |
supervision is kosher. We ask very consunir to look for |
the poster supplied by our Vaad in the buteher shop as J
proof that it is supervised. We also ask that every eon- J
-inner insist that every chicken purchased have attached {
to its leg a kosher ring placed on it by an approved {
shochet as a proof that it is a properly slaughtered, {
kosher fowl.
The community's cooperation in its insistence on I
supervision in every butcher shop will help our work im '
menselv.
BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUTH
tricts. To these ghettos have been
transferred many inhabitants from
surrounding villages and townships
Before ghettos are created de-
tailed registration of Jewish prop-
erty is undertaken. Jews are com-
pelled to deposit Minis of more than
2,000 zlotys and any valuables they
possess-
Informed sources were of the opin-
ion that this policy of separating
Jews in various towns confirms re-
cent information that the Nazis de-
cided to slow down deportations to
Lublin. According to the dispatch.
Dr. Hans Frank. Governor C.cneral
of Nazi-OCCUpied Poland, visited the
"reservation" recently and express-
ed dissatisfaction with the state of
affairs there, asserting that the idea
of the "reservation" is difficult to
work out and too costly, as foreign
Jews are unwilling to pour relief
money into a reservatii
NAZIS ESTABLISH MORE
GHETTOS IN POLAND
New York (VVNS). Establish-
ment of ghettos in various towns in
Nazi-occupied Poland not incorpor-
ater in the Reich, to segregate Jews
in separate districts, besides the
Jewish "reservation" in Lublin, is
reported to Jewish organizations in
Paris, according to a Paris dispatch
to the New York Times.
Warsaw Jews, who paid several
million zlotys in November for
postponement of the ghetto orders,
now again are menaced with formal
separation. Already certain streets
in the center of the city are closed
to Jews. The dispatch further dis-
closed that in Radom, Minsk and
Mazowiech, Jews already have been
ordered to settle in separate dis-
SOCIETY
LECTURES TO BE GIVEN
Tin- recently launched Jewish Cul-
tural Society of Greater Miami an-
nounces a course of lectures to be
given by Mr. Jos. I.. Tcppcr. a mem-
ber of the bar of the l'. S. Supreme
Court and well known attorney oi
Washington, 1 >. C. on the Ameri-
can government and and history-
The first of these lectures entitled
"Prelude to Vmerican history" tell-
ing the story how England became
a great power and established the
13 original colonies, will be deliver-
ed next Monday, Jan. 15th. 8:15
P.M.. at Democratic Club Hall. 140
Sixth St.. Miami Beach. Admission
is free and the public is invited.
TARBUT LEAGUE
TO MEET
Solomon Rabinovitz, Jewish book
publisher of New York, will be the
guest speaker at the second meeting
of the Hebrew Cultural League of
Greater Miami. Sunday afternoon
at 3:30 P.M. on the lawn at 1059
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman will speak on
"The Development and Present
Status of Hebraic Culture", and will
present the second in the scries of
reviews on the work of P. Puchkoff,
The public is invited to attend.

TO VISIT
HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hartman of
Baltimore. Md.. arrived in Miami
Friday to visit with Mrs. Ethel
Shochet-and family.
Give Thanks by Giving!
SISTERHOOD TO
GIVE BENEFIT
A mah Jong and bridge party
benefit will be sponsored by the
Beth Jacob Sisterhood Monday af-
ternoon, January 29th. at the Flori'
dian Hotel at 1 :M) P.M. Mr-. B
H. London, president! will announce
full details in next week's issue.

Y. W. H. A.
MEETS
The regular meeting of the Youn^
Women's Hebrew Association was
held Wednesday evening with Mrs
Sidney Stcpkin presiding. A short
business meeting was held followed
by an entertaining program present-
ed by Mrs. S. Ehrlich, program
chairman. Included on the rro-
gram was Miss Mary Pcake, t.i
dancer, ami Mr. 1". St. Ciair Pie-
gotti ii'.ted composer, who sang sev-
eral of his own compositions, and
consented to compose i v .-.
the Y.

BOARD
TO MEET
The Miami Jewish Orthodox C i-
g n atii 'ii will hold .i board m
Tuesday evening. January 16th. at
8:30 P.M. All members are ur^cd
to attend as important business will
be tran-acted.

VISITS
HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph MaJgOSheJ
of New York arc visiting for the
winter at Miami Beach. Mr Mar-
goshesi the oldest Jewish writer,
was recently honored at a party in
celebration of his 73rd birthday-
New Cafeteria Open
To Public
The Beautiful M. & M. addition
to Miami Dining places opened t>
an overflow business Thursday noon.
The new Cafeteria is located at 1-7
N- 1'.. 2nd Ave.. next door to the
Congress building in the heart of
the business section.
No expense was spared by the
owner. J. A. Morrison, and J. A-
Morrison, Jr., to make the restaur
ant a thing of beauty, equipped t
the last word from kitchen to en-
trance. An atmosphere of comfort
and luxury prevails. While prices
arc so low as to appeal to everyone,
the quality of the food is of the
best obtainable. The following
hours for serving meals will be ob-
served: Breakfast 7:00 A.M. to
10:00 A.M., Luncheon 11:00 A.M.
to 2:30 P.M.. and dinner S:00 P.M.
to 8:00 P.M. Mr. Morrison aptly
calls it the "Cafeteria of Tomor-
row".
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940
THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
k
Junior Hadassah
By Elsie Kronenfeld
Dear Henrietta Szold:
Our Miami Unit of Junior Hadas-
sah would like t" report our pro-
gram for the next few months- You
sec. w< realize how important ii is
right now i" be enthused with Ha-
dassah and it- work. We know
liow much more our efforts arc
needed this year than ever before-
We know how necessary it is that
our quota is filled at the present.
The young and old must always,
above everything! be taken care of.
we intend to do our share-
In a few weeks we arc going to
sponsor a fashion show at the Ala-
mac Hotel. Mrs. Kilter has gra-
ciously donated the use of her hotel
lobby, and we certainly appreciate
her kindness. Mrs. Pauline Querido
will be in charge and with such a
good beginning we are going to big-
ger tilings. Our bridge plans have
been changed from a private to an
open affair. Miss Hannah Mack
told us that definite plans will be
announced later. In March we will
have our annual membership dance,
with Miss Janie Gcrshon as chair-
man, wc are positive to have one
better than ever. Miss Ida Safer,
chairman of the donor's dinner
which will be held in April, is be-
ginning to tell us her plans. The
donor's dinner is a make, borrow or
give event and each girl is taxed
six dollars but is entitled to bring
their escort free of charge.
This coming Friday evening wc
are going to take over the sen-ices
of Beth David- The uirls who will
participate arc Elsie Kronenfeld.
Ida Safer. Shana Levinsohn, Har-
riettc Damenstein. Hortensc KatZ.
Gertrude Shaff. Bessie Krick. Ros-
alyn Klein and our president, Miss
leanctte Kronenfeld.
Sholom.
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Road te-ts have proved that this
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Today's purchasers of popular
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premium grade at premium price.
and the development of this new,
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demand.
COUNCIL NOTES
ances prove that.
West Flagler Kennel Club is the
only track in the country today
which his enough high bred grey-
hounds to put on a complete pro-
gram of all 5-16th mile marathon
races- It takes greyhounds with
real stamina to go over that long
course and to be able to put on a
program with 12 races over the
The 15th Conference on tin- Cause
and Cure of ,War will be held at
the Hotel Washington in Washing-
ton, 11- C., from Monday, January
22nd through Thursday, fanuary
25 th.
The program, which is concerned
with the world after the war and
our responsibilities toward it. is as
follows:
Monday will he given over to re-
gistration and the presentation of
the Conference program for 19-K).
At the luncheon on Tuesday,
problems of Asia. Europe, Latin
America and the Federation of
Europe will be discussed by William
C. Johnstonc. Vcra Michclcs Dean.
Ernesto Galarza and Clarence K.
Streit. There will be a Marathon
Supper at 5:30 P.M. with a discus-
sion led by A. Drummond Jones,
followed by a talk on the "Chal-
lenge of Totalitarianism" by Harry
Rudin, and '.Social Justice Within
Nations" by Archibald MacLeish.
Wednesday will be taken with lo-
cal problems which include an ad-
dress by Mrs. James Austin Stone
on 'Techniques on Capitol Hill";
5-16th mile route is proof enough
of what kind of greyhounds are
racing at the westside oval this sea-
son.
Jacob Sher and William L- Hunt-
Icy, owners of the track, annually
bring to the Flagler track grey-
hounds which captured derby cham-
pionships on every track in Ameri-
can during the summer months.
The greyhound talent at West
Flagler Kennel club is so plentiful
this season that it i- becoming a dif-
ficult task for Racing Secretary R.
K JapOUr to put on a card with less
than two feature numbers.
Si j i .at has been the talent that
Rural Kub.. world'- S-16th mile
world record holder, hasn't been
able to score a victory since the
193JM0 season opened at the Flag-
ler oval.
General Manager, a son of that
one time Flagler star. Tempest, and
Cherokee Stroller, a flying canine
which last year equalled the word's
5-16th mile record at Flagler, have
been making life rather miserable
for the great Rube- These dogs
rank up with the best in the world
today and no one will question that
statement. Their time perform-
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Mrs. F. C. Carter on "Our Own
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will preside at the Banquet, at which
MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSE-
VELT and William Alan Neils, in
will he the principal speakers.
\ symposium on "A Permanent
World Society" will open Thurs-
day's sessioni followed by a discus-
-ioii of the tentative program for
140. which will continue until t
o'clock in the afternoon, at which
time Mr. Carl J. Tacnseh will lead
a forum devoted to "Leadership
Techniques".
The National Council of Jewish
Women arc one of the eleven par-
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ticipating organizations represcnteC*
at this Conference. The Miami Sec-
lion .if the National Council of Jew-
ish Women arc sending their Inter-
national Relations and Tear. Ch.iir-
inan. Mrs. Harry Bamhard to
Washington a- their representative.
Members of Council are eligible to
attend- Registration fee for the
Conference is $5.00; banquet $ad0
admission to a single session 75c.
VISITORS
HERE
A Rabbinical delegation from Pal-
estine and New- York, cemt-osed I
Rabbi S. L- I.cvcnthal. Rabbi Ros-
enberg, Rabbis Nathan and Jacob
M. Shapiro, are now the guests of
Miami Ileach in the interests of the
united appeal for the Yeshivahs in
Jerusalem.
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nwn rLOKXDiAjr
FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940
*
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
116 Mlchisan Avenue
'Phone 5-132S
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
Phone 5-2013
anre of Cantor Munches. Tf wish
the married pair a long lif<- of wedded
happiness.
Our congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Korelsky wlm eloped to cele-
brate their 25th wedding anniversary
in New York. \\ e look forward to
the celebration of the Sflth anniver-
Mtrj in our ini.l-t.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
A religious playlet was presented
at this week's Sundaj morning assem-
RELIGIOUS SERVICES |of the evening was presented to the
Shachriss: Daily at 7 and 8 A. M.: Rabbi b) the vice-president, Cantor
Saturday at 7 and A. M. I Mamches.
Mincha: Dailj from 5:15 to 5:30; j A report of the Chanukah Latkefa
Friday and Satnrday at 5:15 P. M. | P.n> ...add., Mr. Felt, our aec- ...... m{ ^^ ^
Maa.-i\: Daily at 6:00; Saturday al reUry. V report on the J. n. r. anv. im ,
0.jS |. m was made h> Mrs. I". Kalstein, wo-
Shalosh Soodoss: Saturday at 5:30 men's vice-president
P. M. The Rabbi speaks .... the "Por- Rabbi Oshinsky "f Pittsburgh, one
lion "f the W eek." I of the outstanding leaders of the
.____________________Mi/rachi movement in America. was
FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM Introduced as guest speaker. He gave
In Quest of Cod," will be the an inspiring talk on the Jewish trt-
subject by Hal.hi Moses Mescheloff logy, God, Israel and Palestine. Quite
for this Frida) night's lecture Cantor a feu new members for the men's
Mamches will had in the singing. The and women's division enrolled. Two
dozen tree* were purchased for the
Hal.l.i Meir Berlin Forest. Together
public i- welcome.
I(\K MITZVA
with the tree purchases made i.....i-
Edward Goldenberg will become of- ble bj the Chanukah Latkeh partj this
fici.ilK a liar Mitzva during this Sab- raised out number >.f tree- purchased
hath morning's services. Kahlii Mes-
cheloff will address the boy after his
Har Mitcva speech Friends are in-
vited.
K\l)l<> HOIK
"New Trees" will be the theme of
the Kadio addre-- this Sunday after-
noon by Hal.l.i Mescheloff. The broad-
east will take place at 2:30 P. M. over
radio station \\ I. ). I>. Cantor
by the Miami Iteach Mi/rarlii this
year to 170.
Mr. Samual Felnsmlth and Marian-
the Lombard" then presented a serlei
of piano and saxophone selections. At
the close refreshments were served
and the Hatikvah -imp.
BEACH MIZRACH1
WOMEN TO MEET
The Miami Bearb Mizrachi women
lass l\ ; Jack I .-it. Joyce, Wolff.
Entanuel Yavneh, \dellc Margolis and
Lillian Cohen. The playlet was
coached bj their teacher. Miss Jose-
phine Ha\in.
\l-o participating in tin- program
were: F.d.ia Horowitz. Uo-elle Brook-,
Gloria Goodman, Katherinc Hothman.
Arthur Gilbert, Doroth) Feit, Barbara
Leibowitz and Jack Mochman.
The days school collection was
presented to the Federation of Jewish
Welfare fund- BS our school contri-
bution.
Miss Pearl Andelman has been ap-
pointed to take the place of Mr.
II. I Mn .in as teacher for class IN A
on account of the illness of Mr. Krld-
maii. Wc wish him a complete anil
speedy recovery. We welcome Miss
Vndelman of Dorchester, Mass., into
our midst.
HABANOTH
Our llabanotb will have a special
meeting and tea at the h...... of our
sponsor, Mr-. M. Mescheloff Mondaj
priate melodic-.
ing in'.'
\\ ill vim be listen-
Mamches will sing a number of appro-j will meet at the synagogue for a spe- night al 7:00 P. M. in honor of Mr-.
Herbert S. Goldstein, one of the
founder- of National llabanoth or-
ganization.
Mrs. Goldstein ha- always bad a spe-
cial place in her heart for our llaban-
oth. We know our llabanotb will lake
Mr-. Goldstein to it- heart. Members
SISTERHOOD MEETING
\ regular meeting of our Sisterhood
wa- held Monda) night. \ goodl)
number of women attended. \ re-
port of the annual Installation ban-
rial meeting Monday afternoon, Jan
uary 22. at 2:00 P. M. Mrs. \. Be-
row will preside. An interesting pro-
pram i- being arranged.
MINNIONAIRES
Our Minnionaires will meet for
their Sunda) morning Minyan at 9:00 are asked to come carl>.
\. M. \fter the service conducted
quet was tendered. Vfter the busi- bj .,,, fiir l|.l.,.|,,.. ,|.x wi\\ |1;,
take of a conimiiiial brcakfa-t. \t
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER (ONUKKGATION)
Office Phone 2-1473
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rnbbi 487 Southwest 18th Road
Home Phone 2-2176
H
in-- meeting a cultural program wat
presented b) Mrs. B. H. London. Mrs. lhii|. nex| \x .-. I !.--. U. %. night meeting
Nina \dbrbloom -p..ke on "Pbilo- ^ new-onstitution will be presented
-opbical Aspects of Jewish History. (ii|. j;.,..; anj .1,||)1i.
Mi-- Beula Sugarman sang a numbe. T|N. ,,, if al| boJ
of selections, i antor Berele kclemcr ,,,. ,, ,.,......; an|, ,8
pn -nti.! a few iddish I oik songs,
Greetings were i-lieloff. Refreshments wi-r sened.
\\ r are sorr) ib.ii so ...an) of our
members ...id friends missed the eve
ning's lovely program. bir nexl
meeting will be held the fir-t Monda)
in February. Reserve the date.
\\,
\! \/l I n\
ongrat.date Mr. eorge
BEACH MIZRACHI MEETS
A large attendance marked the
meeting of the Mizrachi at our >ihh-
Rogue Saturday night. In the absence
of our president. Dr. B. DeKoven, on
account of illness, the chairman-hip
Give Thanks by Giving!
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Diamond and the former Estelle I re-
man on iln i. marriag. al our -> n-
agogue. Kahhi M.-, In loll performed
tin wedding reremon) with the assist-
S i that Others May
GIVE!
Live

PERMANENT CALENDAR
Daily services at ~ a. m- and
Friday evening 8:15.
Sabbath ivices, Saturday 8:30
a. m.
Late Friday evening services.
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior service*. Saturday 10:30
a. n-
Hebrew Sthool. 3:15 to 8:16 p.
m.
Sunday School "unday 10:00 a.
m.
Bar-Mrtzvah Group, Sunday
J:00 a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
LATE FRIDAY
EVENING SERVICES
Tin- Junior ll.nl.i-,lb will conduct
the service* this Friday evening at
8:15. Cantor Louis Halman, accom-
panied bj the ll< ih David < hoir, will
< him the Liturgir Melodies. Kahhi
Max Shapiro will di-ni-- tin subject
"Palestine a- We See it Today.*1
The "< Ineg Shabhos" and social
hour will take place in the BUditOriu.il
alter tin- sen ice-.


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Sleeplessness, or Excitability, give
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a chance to make good for YOU.
Don't wait until nerves have kept
you awake two or three nights,
until you are restless, jumpy and
cranky. Get a bottle of Dr. Miles
Nervine the next time you pass a
drug store. Keep it handy. You
never know when you or some
member of your family will need it.
At Your Drug Store:
Small Bottle 2S4
Large Bottle $1.00
Kl'.l It.Mil \\l> I I Till VL
INST1TI TION
Junioi onpreuulion: lie M-rviee*
of the >i iimr ami Junior.......luete.l
|,\ ili< Junior ongregation lakes
plaee e\erj Saturday morning al 10:30.
Harold Shapiro, Vlberl Kskana/.i ami
Herbert t.la/eroll are in rharge of
the services. We an- happ) to note
that the attendance rapid!) increas-
ing fro..i Sabbath to Sabbath. '
"Kiddii-h" i- given in the auditorium
immediately after the Kelleiliction, un-
der the chairmanship of Mrs. L. J.
Hart/.
Bar-Mitzvah Group: The "Har Milz.
vah" group meet every Sunda) morn,
iug from 'I to 10 under the direction of
Louis Ca.lou: b<>>- of 12 and over .in-
eligible to attend. The boyi are
taught tin- melodies for the different
"Portion of Law."
Talmud Tor ah: \n innovation has
been made ill tilt- curriculum of our
daily Hebrew" School, that of **Nlgcna,H
liturgi. music a- a special course onre
a week under the direction of ('antor
I. kamlnsky. The Talmud Torah nir-
riculum include- the Stud) of elemen-
tary and advanced Hebrew "Chum-
o-h" with "Rashi Niveim," religion
and it- law-. Yiddish and other sub-
ject! pertaining to the Hebraic culture.
Sunday School: It i- with deep satis-
faction that the II. ih David Sunda)
School ha- reached what i- considered
io he .in Institution most observant "f
decorum and scholastic attainment.
The classes are under the capable
guidance of registered and lieen-eil
teacher-. We urge parent- to heroine
mori- vital)) interested in the
of their children ami attend the a-
sembl) fr..... 11:30 to I-'.
*'
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11K DPS You-
l!\HMII/\ Ml
Bobby, -.hi ..I Mr. and Mr-. Ih
man t.h--.r. will he "l!ar-Mit/>ailed
this "-an.i da) ai 9 \ M. lb- "ill re-
rite the "Maliir"" ami extend 'greetings
to the worshippers.
Give More the Need- At I
Greater!
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940
^
THE JEWISH FLOWD1 AH
PAGE SEVEN
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
154o S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
RABBI'b RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p.
Friday evening services, 5:30 p.
m.
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mintha on Shabbes: 6 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset.1 n i|i
real acclaim.
ly. The latter will be the first func
1 llowini the federation drive
The Package Party will tak<
January 21st at K:J0 P.
The c in
will in n f, r| :
a most ci
' i ichi pri gram |ircs< ntcd
FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
I In- Friday evening Relinious
I-', rim- so >pular in the past vtitt
e isnmcnci fi r the current season
this Fridaj ni.Jit. January 12th. at
K 30 I'.M "i our s\ nan uc. Rab-
bi Abraham Kellncr will conduct
the Poruin and -i cak >n "The I h >pc
ci' Ti morn i i Miami <
I \ / \. ..
-
lad:
AJN
ii loth, .u 8:15 P.M..

I
i Sylvia Ncu noted
world traveller who recently re-
turn! 'I fr< '111 a 1 'in i
I Ladies if i mr \uxiliarj ai c
busy with theii twi i cui 11
t
SABBATH
SERVICES
Kahbi K liner \\ ill pi. ach in I'.n. -
LEST WE
FORGET
The unveiling of the monument
of the late Mr. J. Louis Shochet
olov hasholom will take place this
Sunday, January 14th. at 2:00 P.M..
in the Jtwish section of the Wood-
lawn Cemetery. We respectfully
urge our friends to be on Cemetery
grounds promptly ~-> that we may
j express our reverent respects in a
manner most fitting and dignified-
HABONIM
CLUD
The National office of tin ii -
ur or an
a charter and in so doinn si ill '
ll il was the first such
mth. Mei titles an
iml Sun ij and
c f rel iiltural
Idetic actii ities arc planned-
PATH OF
SORROWS
ncere c< ndi ilcnccs
lish on the coming Sabbath mornin ,,, m,-. William Muschcl upon the
'" ''" siibjecl i f "Light Out of |, 5S | his bel .vetl mother. May
"','1'''--' "" Sabbath ...... ],,. |...,-,| comfort him amidst the
''' "'' hal ll,r h r of hearii { /i,, an,| Jerusalem.
Rabbi II I. Uloch of Jersi Cil YOUTH TO BE
rho i11-1 ir- 1 ili, with TOPIC
Patriai I appearai
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sisteil. \ reception followed the
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NOTED AUTHOR VISITS
MIAMI BEACH
Rabbi Solomon Klonitiky-Klein is
spending a briel vacation at 710 Em-lid
Am-.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Klein, au-
thor of a number of Hebrew work-.
ha- recently completed a work of out-
standing merit, the "Ot-ar Taamei
Chazal," or the "Treasury of Rub-
binic Interpretations.
This scholar!) work attesta the pro-
found learning; of Rabbi Klonitsky-
Klein, and opens a field of -nnl> uml
pleasure to, not alone the Hebrew
neholar, liul the average Jew who hut-
on -l.-riuiii.il > knowledge of Hebrew,
ll took -i\ yean- <>i arduous labor In
gather i i ill i the various interpreta-
tions on the Pas-sages in the Penta-
teuch found in the Talmud lto\li. ihe
Talmud Yerushalnii, the Tosefta, Me-
eliilla. Sifre Pe-iklo--. Yalkutiin and
Nidrashini. These interpretations have
been arranged in the order of the
Bible, sentence bj sentence. To many
be has added a word or two <>f ex-
planation or clarification. To a num-
ber he has added erudite ami enlight-
ening footnotes.
The work. "Otsar Taamei Chazal.'
i- a splendid achievement ami should
grace the librar) of exerj intelligent
Jew. I: i- aii eminent eontribution to
ih- I undaniental ni"'- of the
Bible, ll i- hi u d H- a
m.Iiiii.....f -on ; and i* lui i I-
id,
been pin
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led an I
the i omingi week before he
lease.- for I New ^ ork.
York.
SOCIETY
MARRIAGE
ANNOUNCED
Announcement i- made "f the
marriage on December 29th. 1939,
"i Isidore Zukernick. prominent
Miami Beach attorney and civic
worker, and Miss Barbara Oshnian
uf New Yi rk City and I. ik
Connecticut. Mr. Zukernick is a
law firm of .
i ihe
the C ic
hi
Ii Hotel A
L- >dge
It'iini U'i ilh and \l iami H ich
of bilks.
Give More -
Greater!
- the Needs Are
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MANFRED M. UNGARO
ARCHITECT
7939 N. E. SECOND AYE.
DR. V. A SPOTO
Dentist
|
j Announces the removal of his'
| offices from the University I
i Clinic in Coral Onbles to
12 S. E. First Ave.
i i :
(Over Liggett's Drug Store) j j every day.
Phone 2-3930
K her Killed Chickens and
Turkeys. Compare our Poultry
and Trie. -
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& EGG CO.
317 N. W. Fifth Street
Rev. H. M. Kagan is on duty
Do You
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there never was a better time
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tWL
The Liberal Financing ThrougH
Federal Housing
Administration
Makes H Possib'e
Give me a call and I will c'aillr
nelp you to jset the best oo-
olble Information as to It* olan.
H. SIMONS
Care Ackerman Int. Agency
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Phone 2-31S1
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH JXORDDIAN
FRIDAY. JANUARY 12. 1940
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
69S6 Indian Creek Drive-12 630 N. E. 31st St.2JJ548
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both o.' the Rabbis will be in the Temple every mornlnx.
You may consul*, with them on matters concerning the Jewls commu-
nity, or yeur peitonal problems. Tou will be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held In
strict cenfldence.
e\
Scene at the Slioleni Lodge B'naiB'rith and its Auxiliary Installation Banquet and Dance held T
evening at the Evans Hotel.

CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Friday evening, Jamjar;-1 12th. at
8:15 P.M.. Rabbi Colman A. Zut-
man will lecture on ''MosesMan
of Cud or Superman". Services will
be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan.
A reception for members of the
Congregation and for visitors will
follow the services, uikLt the -:>i.n-
sorship of the Sisterhood.
SABBATH MORNING
SERVICES
Saturday morning, January 13th.
at 11 -00 A.M.. Dr, Jacob H. Kap-
lan will speak on "Hardening the
Heart" and ser\ice = will be conduct"
ed by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
..
TO LECTURE
Sunday. January 14th, Dr. Jacob
II. Kaplan will speak at the Tatni-
ami Temple. 14th Ave- and Xth St..
S. W'.. at 7:45 P.M. His subject will
be "True and False Patriotism".
The public is welcome.
IN MEMORIAM
"May the father of peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday even-
ing the memory of the following
will be hallowed :
Recently departed: Minnie Feld-
man, mother of Mr. William Feld-
man and Mr-. Max Solomon,
Yahrzeits: Moses Feder, father
of Mrs. Sam Katz; Joseph Sandier,
father of Mr-. Morris I.- Cohen,
Mrs. M M. Nankin and Mrs. Hen-
ry Bulbin; and Seige Keffler, mo-
ther of Mrs. X- Sperling.
SOCIETY
SUCCUMBS
TO ILLNESS
Mr. Jay Kaplan former Miamian
and rial estate Operator here, suc-
cumbed to an illness in Los Vngeles,
California. He leaves his wife, one
son and five daughters-
ciear\ers
and
Give but for the Grace of
God it Might Have Been YOU!
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