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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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\II\MI. MOKIDA, IKIDAY. JAM \RY 1>, 1Q-W
I'KICK 10 CE.NTS
Federation Drive Extended
As Pledges Reach $84,000
Spurred on by necessity of reaching
their goal, and knowing that every
dollar short will mean untold misery
and often loss of life to the worthy
recipients both here and abroad, more
than 200 workers in the Greater
Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare
Funds 1940 Campaign, designated
themselves as a cleanup committee
pledged to contact all those not yet
solicited in their drive to reach the
goal of $109,850.
Listening to talks by Stanley C.
Myrs, president, and hearing mes-
sages from many others determined
that the campaign should come to a
successful culmination, and have un-
animously decided to prolong the
drive for another week to raise the
additional amount needed.
Pledge* announced to date total
$81,300.80.
A workers report meeting will be
held Sunday morning in the Beth
David Congregation in the main iyn-
agogue at 10:10 A. \1. All workers
are urged to be present.
A.J.C. Celebrates
Lengthy Service
F. B. I. Seizes
Anti-Semitic Plotters
More than 1,000 persons at-
tended the dinner which reviewed
two decades of service to insure
the equal and human rights of
Jews, recalled that the American
Jewish Congress was constituted
during the last world war to
leal with the problems of the
millions of Jews who were the
double victims of war and op-
pression. Then the American
Jewish Congress succeeded in
bringing out the incorporation
into the Peaco Treaties of the
Minorities Rights Clauses, which
as Senator Wagner recalled guar-
anteed not only to Jews but to
all minorities "religious, cultural
and political liberties of all mi-
norities in the newly formed
countries of Eastern Europe."
The moral fibre of the western
world will snap, Senator Wagner
said, unless "in building a better
world order on the wreckage oi
the old, the moral force of pow-
erful neutrals like ourselves is
exerted toward a peace founded
on the conception that there is
room and opportunity on this
earth for all mankind."
It was urged by the Senators
that while awaiting the day of
peace to right the wrongs visited
upon million of suffering Jews,
the American people should take
part in every humanitarian act
in support of President Roose-
velt for the help and rescue of
refugees in flight from oppres-
sion.
All emphasized the role of the
immigrant in building up the
greatness of the American Repub-
lic.
NEW YORK (WNS)Eight-
een members of the anti-Semitic
I Christian Front were arrested and
| charged with plotting to over-
i throw the Goevrnnient of the
United States. In announcing
their arrest, J. Edgar Hoover,
head of the Federal Bureau of
Investigation, said they had plan-
ned to start a reign of terror
against the Jews, bomb private
and public buildings, seize the
nation's public utilities, capture
the gold in the Federal Reserve
Bank here, assassinate fourteen
Congressmen and ultimately es-
tablish a dictatorship.
More than half the men ar-
rested are members of the New
York National Guard, and it is
believed that ammunition which
Hoover found they had accumu-
lated might have come from Na-
tion Guard stores.
The Rev. Charles E. Coughlin
was placed in an embarrassing
i position upon the disclosure of
B'nai B'rith Smoker
Wednesday
The annual gala stag smoker spon-
sored by the local B'nai M'ritb Lodge
will be held Wednesday evening, Jan-
uary 24lh at the Atlantis Hotel, 2655
Collins Ave., Miami Beach, at 8:15
P. M.
An interesting and entertaining pro-
gram headed by Nick Kenny, well
known columnist, will be presented.
Refreshment! will be served. There
is no admission charge.
All members and male friends arc
cordially invited to attend
'Cavalcade' Plans
Near Completion
llcginning at miilnite Saturday eve-
ning. January 27th at the I'la/.a The-
atre. Miami Iteacb. the Fifth Annual
Cavalcade of Stars sponsored by the
Y. M. H. A. ami headed by Nick
Kenny, will present a program of stars
from virtually every night club in the
Miami area as well as stage, radio and
screen celebrities who are vacationing
here. Harry Kirhman and George
Jesscl will preside as masters of cere-
monies during the evening. Every
type of popular entertainment will be
shown.
A capacity audience is indicated ac-
cording to advance ticket sales and
all members and friends are urged lo
make reservations immediately, by
phoning the "Y," 3-4012, or 3-3940.
ONLY HALF TOTAL 1939 IM-
MIGRATION OF 82,998 LISTED
AS HEBREWS
WASHINGTON (WNS)Jas.
Italy Retains
Anli-jVwish Laws
ROME (WNS) Informed
quarters here observed a trend
L. Houghteiing, Immigration Com- toward fair play in execution
missioner, reported here that 82,- of anti-Semitic legislation follow-
988 immigrants were admitted for inK a public reprimand of five
the fiscal year ending June 30, members of the Chamber ot"
193!), and that there was only Fasces and Corporation for us-
a slight increase in visitors and >nK their positions to profit from
transients, which, he said, dis- forced sa,e of Jew'*h enterprises.
*-j .- i 4 v Tne same source said that this
counted "sensational stories of a ... ... ,.
trend did not indicate a move
"flood of alien visitors." Slightly toward mitigation of the anti-
more than half of the total were Jewish program launched by the
listed as Hebrews by the Immi- Government in 1938.
gration Bureau. The reprimand, specific order
tel
,. of Premier Mussolini, was pub-
In his annual report, Hough- .. ,. .
___.. ,. lished m the fascist "Order of
ing said: "It is clear evidence ,, .
the Day by National Secretary
that sensational stories appearing Kttore Muti> wjth the explana_
in newspapers and magazines to tion that the Fascist officials had
the effect that a flood of alien "demonstrated a lack of political
visitors are being admitted to this JU(|snient by availing themselves
country on anv sort of excuse of the ljresti>-'e endowed them as
... ... national councilors to protect the
are not based on cold facts nor :_?_,,_.,? ..
interests of competing commercial
on the conscientious records of groups in the private sale of a
a responsible government agency.' Jewish business.
Nazis Commit
I Horrible Atrocities
PARIS (WNS)The raping of: The bestiality of the Nazis has
Jewish women by Nazi soldiers reached unbelievable extremes,
and officers, the hanging of Jews Nazi soidiers an,, officers amusa
themselves by invading Jewish
homes where they force mothers
TEXT
responsible for the carrying out
the arrests .since leaders of the of the German orders to their
OF FIVE-PARAGRAPH
DECREE
for' forty-eight nours, the depor-
tation of thousands of Jews daily
in sealed cattle ears and the
bestial forcing of mothers to co-!to cohabit with their sons and
habit with their sons is described fathers with their daughters,
The official text of a five-
paragraph decree, signed by Gov-
ernor-general Frank, was received
in Paris. It ordered the obli-
gatory establishment of Jewish
councils throughout occupied Pol-
and; "in order that they be held
in a hair-raising report received
here from Lodz.
This report, received from a
very reliable source, reveals that
all the Jews of Lodz were orig-
inally ordered to leave that area
while the invaders stand by de-
riving sadistic pleasure from the
horrible scenes. Other wild, in-
human acts which this highly
reliable report from Lodz reveals,
many oruereu lo leave mak area .
not later than Januarv 15. Nazi j beinK forced. by the N* "P
authorities, however, realizing thc *** '"habitants, are not
...... i,i -ii printable.
that this would be impossible, r
Christian Front have consistently
referred to him as "our leader."
John F. Cassidy .described by
| Hoover as one of the two prin-
fullest extent."
The text of the decree reads:
"First paragraph:
"A Jewish representation should
cipals in the group arrested, was be formed in every Jewish com-
an ardent follower of Father munity.
Coughlin even before the radio
priest became a national figure.
"Second paragraph:
"Each council ,to be called
He was an organizer of the So- Judenrat, should be composed of
cial Justice Leagune, composed j twelve persons in towns with a
of neighborhooil groups of Cough- population up to ten thousand
linites, and in organizing the, and of twenty-four persons in
Christian Front here declared ^ cities where the population is over
that it was dedicated to the j *en thousand. These persons
changed the expulsion date to
March 1.
Meanwhile, Gestapo agents con-i;
tinued to jam thousands of Lodz; inS Nazi barbarism and the order
The panic now prevailing
among the Jews in Lodz as a
result of the constantly increas-
Jews daily into cattle trains
routed to Cracow, Warsaw and
Lublin. The Lublin Jewish com-
munity was ordered by the Ges-
tapo to prepare barracks for fif-
teen thousand people.
The deportation of the Jewish
population from Lodz is officially
explained by the Nazis as punish-
ment for the refusal of the
Lodz Jewish community to deliver
Jewish women to the Nazi mili-
principles of "Social Justice" laid
down by Father Coughlin.
DR. WEIZMANN ARRIVES;
WILL SPEAK IN COMMUNl-
L' TIES TROUGHOUT COUNTRY
NEW YORK (WNS)Dr
Chaim Weizmann, president of
the Jewish Agency for Palestine
and the World Zionist Organiza-
tion .arrived here last week (Jan-
uary 12) on the Italian liner
Rex for an extended tour of
American cities with the purpose
of rallying increased economic
support of the Jewish homeland
Meetings to be addressed by
Dr. Weizmann have been ar-
ranged in many communities
throughout the country. His first
formal speech was made Tuesday
(January 16) at a rally in Mecca
Temple sponsored by the Amer-
ican Emergency Committee for
Palestine Affairs. On Wednes-
day he spoke at a dinner ar-
ranged by the American Friends
of the Hebrew University.
Dr. Weizmann will be the prin-
cipal speaker at the opening ses-
sion o fthe seventh annual Gen-
eral Assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, to be held in Detroit on
must be local residents and are tary brothels in Lodz Twenty-
(Continued on Page Five)
Impressive Services
Marks Unveiling
In the presence of a large gather-
ing the unveiling of a tombstone to
the memory of J. Imn. Shochet, pub-
lisher and founder of The Jewish
Floridian and active in all communal
activities until his untimely death,
took place last Sunday afternoon in
January 27. Other speakers, lhp jewjh Section of the Woodla
scheduled are Dr. Solomon Low- (>lm.,ery.
enstein .executive vice-president
of the New York Jewish Federa-
tion and vice-chairman of the
Joint Distribution Committee.
The speakers are expected to
present the latest developments
on the effects of the year on
overseas needs, Palestinian recon-
struction and refugee activities.
The impressive unveiling services
were opened by Rabbi Moses Mesch-
eloff who recited Moll Knosh fol-
lowed by Ashrei Hoish by Cantor
Maurice Mamches; I.est We Forget by
Stanley C. Myers; a prayer by Rabbi
Max Shapiro; eulogy by Rabbi Abra-
ham A. Kellner; El Mole by Cantor
Maurice Mamrhes; and psalm 24 and
prayer by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitinan.
four members of the Jewish com-
munity council in Lodz were
arrested by Nazi authorities in
connection with this refusal After
several weeks' imprisonment they
were released on December 28
and shipped in sealed cars to
Cracow, seat of the Nazi Gov-
ernor-General Dr. Hans Frank.
Meanwhile, despite the Nurem-
berg laws on racial purity, Nazi
soldiers and officers force Jewish
women from their homes to the
military trains where they are
raped. The whereabouts of many
remain unknown although a large
number of them are known to
be held imprisoned as white
salves in military brothels.
Jewish parents, horrified and
anxious to protect their daugh-
ters from German soldiers, are
sending them away to Warsaw
and Cracow by every possible
means.
to leave Lodz by March 1, is
described in the report as 'un-
imaginable." No knowing what
will befall those who will not be
able to move by March 1, many
Jews seek safety in Warsaw, pay-
ing as high as 1,000 zlotys for
B seat in a taxi to the former
Polish capital which is only a
2-hour ride from Lodz. The fare
by train from Lodz to Warsaw
is only 10 zlotys. -.,
The Jewish community of Lodz,
ordered by the Gestapo to clear
the city of all Jews by March
1, is said to be unable to cope
with the situation.
1.000 ATTEND 21ST ANNIVER-
SARY DINNER OF AMERICAN
JEWISH CONGRESS;
NEW YORK (WNS (Three
United States Senators. Robert
F. Wagner of New York, Alben
W. Barkley of Kentucky and
Claude Pepper of Folrida, prin-
cipal speakers at a dinner held
at the Hotel Astor last Sunday
to mark the Twenty-first Anni-
versary of the founding of the
American Jewish Congress, join
in agreement that America,
though neutral, must exert its
influence in bringing about the
restoration of rights and saving
civ.lizatio.i from destruction in a
war-torn world.


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PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, lQJo
y-^a-ggy-g1
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES j
/Jj RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
GROUP
TO MEET
Thr Enpli-h Speaking: group of tin-
Ploeeer Women's Organization for
Palestine *ill meel Monday evening,
January 22nd Bl 8 I*. M. al the home
of Mrs. M. Schwartz, 800 Collini Ave.,
Miami Itt-arh. Reports of tin- liriilg''
party which will he held January 24th
.ii id.- Revolin Hotel will be given.
All members an- invited to attend.
MIZRACH1 WOMEN
TO MEET
The Women's Division of the Miami
Beach Miirachi will hold a special
meeting at the Beth Jacob Synagogue
Monday afternoon at 2 P. M. Mr-.
A. Berow will pre-ide. Member- and
friends are cordial!) invited.
BEACH HABANOTH
CELEBRATE
The Miami Beaeh Habanoth will
ronduet a special Chanii.-ho li--or
party at their next meeting at the
home of their sponsor, Mr*. Moses
Mescheloff. Mrs. Herbert S. Cold-
stein, one of the founder- of National
H-ilianoih, was the gue-t speaker at
the lar-t meeting. The Habanoth
pledged a -ii-onil xholar-hip for the
Hebrew Teachers' Training School ill
New York.
LEAVES
FOR NORTH
Mr-. William (llein left Tuesday
morning for Mobile, Alabama to al-
ien! the wedding of her niece, Miss
~.iilii- l.ulnl, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. II. Lubel. Mrs. Clein will return
to rtie city in ten days.
MISS FRANCES BRAMS
national president of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Jewish War let-
erans of the Inited Slates, from
Newark, /V. ]., uho uill install the
neuh -elected officers of the local
J. W. V. Auxiliary.
VISITING
HERE
Messrs. Cookie Ireedman. ISMC
Na-h and W alter Wcin-tein of Chat-
tanooga, Tennessee, just returned
SISTERHOOD
SPONSORS BRIDGF
\ mail jongg and bridge p^rtj will
In- sponsored by Tf nple I-ra. I Sister-
hood Monday, January 22nd ?i the
i.. mi- of various members. Reserva-
tions may be hail by calling Mr-.
Harold Spaet at 6-2012 or Mrs. Max
OlOVitl at 2 J182. Many other game-
will he played and refreshments will
.c served,

ONEG SHABBOS
TO BE Hill"
The second of a series of Oneg
Shabbos affairs sponsored by the
Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah
will be held Saturday afternoon. Jan-
uary 20tb at 2::t(l I'. M. at the Exan-
llotcl. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will lie
the guest speaker on the subject "The
Jewi-h Woman in Biblical Times."
All member-, friend- and visitors ale
cordially invited to attend.

SOCIETY
TO MEET
The repular meeting of the
Miami Division of the American
Jewish Congress will be held at
the Albion Hotel, Miami Beach,
Wednesday afternoon, January
24th at 2 p. in. An interesting
and cultural program will be pre-
sented. All members and friends

'%=,
So that
GIVE!
Others
1 M'< I TIVE BOARD
TO MEET
The fir-t mcetin; of the Executive
hoard of the l.ailii Auxiliary il H'nai
(frith will be held Tuesday evening.
January 23rd at the home of the nres-
i.l.nt. Mr-. Isaac I -\;.i. 430 N. E. 29th
.-.. at 8 I. M. All board members
ire urged to bo pic-eiil a- im; iljnt
l.ii-ine will be trarsucted,
from a trip to Havana and are xi-it
ing in Miami for several week- with'are cordially invited to be pres-
Mr. and Mr-. S. Ehrlirh. ent.
* *
BENEFIT LUNCHEON
TO BE GIVEN
A luncheon and afternoon of
j games will take place Saturday
j January 20th at 12:30 p. in. at
Lindsey's Restaurant, 731 Wash-
j ington Ave., Miami Beach for the
j benefit of the National Children's
Convalescent Home in Coral
Gables. Hostesses for the after-
noon will be Mrs. Sam Rosenberg,
Mrs. Grace Fadinan and Camille
Baum. An interesting program
will be presented. Admission
will be one dollar per
The public is urged to
MAURICE SCHWARTZ
noted Jewiih actor of stage and
screen uho is tisituift in Miami
and uill appear in person at the
I'laza Theatre.
VISITORS HERE
Mr and Mrs Morris Pepper
of Vienna) Austria are visiting
in Miami with their brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A
Pepper. Also visiting with the
Pepper- are Mr .Pepper's brother
Max from Houston. Texas, and
his sister Mr- Annie Sand- of
Providence, R I.

LEAVE
FOR NORTH
Mrs, Nathan Adelman ami her
brwther, Mr. Jake Rrcnner of Roa-
noke, \ irginia. left Thursday morn-
ing for Baltimore, Md.. to attend the
funeral of her brother, who passed
away W ednesda) morning.
WOLFS!IN ADDRESSES
GROUP
The Human Mind will he lit.
of Dr. Abraham Wolf-on', lecture
before the Spino/a Croup mcetin. j,
Saturday afternoon, on the lawn it
10S9 Collins Avenue, Miami I;. |,,
-tarting at 2:30 P. M.
Thi- lei lure uill mark the nil li in
tin- -erie- of 18 lecture- thai l>r.
Wolf-on i- gi\ing thi- winter on The
Phil.....phj of Spino/a. \ full hmir
after the lei Inn- will be devol
Open Forum discussion. All ai
come.
ill INSTALL
OFFICERS
The National President of tin | ,,.
die-' Auxiliaries, Jewi-h War Veter-
ans of the United Stale-. Mi-. Frances
Brams of Newark. N. J.. will arrixe
in Miami Sunday al .">:30 al tin -, j.
board Air Line R. R. Mi Brain- i-
now on a tour of all Southern -t,i' .,
visiting all Ladies Auxiliaries an.I in.
-tailing all new officer- for I'M" \t
the -ami- time, -he will acquaint .ill
group- with the aim- and purpn- of
the Jewish War \ eteran-. and
program mapped out for the coining
year. She will arrive in lime In a|.
tend the Installation Banquet to be
held al n IV M. al the Evans Hotel,
Siinda\ evening, January 21-1.
.-lie will al-o attend and direct the
meeting of the toadies Auxiliarj M m-
lay night al the Beth David Vu
i il in. January 22ml. Tur-ikit a bun In
eon will In' tendered her al L.iu I,
cob-on'- Cafe. ^1 i* Bram- plai In
remain in Miami for a week
which -In- -will pay a \i-it In the
Veteran- Hospital at Ray Pine- I., ili-
tribute gift- to the disabled Veterans.
At the same lime -he will make all ef-
fort- to form a Ladies Auxiliarj in
Tampa.
charged
person,
attend.
VISITING
II W \\ \
Mr. Al Berkowitz left Miami for
Havana, Cuba, where he will vi.-il for
ten days.
FINE SADDLE HORSES
Special Riding- Instruction
Moonlight Hides
Riding from 7 A. M. to 3:30 P. M.
North Miami Riding Academy
"~~o N. K. Clh Ave. Phone 7-2U22
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
1
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. MIRON)
p**o
I. i s
WAR NOTES
If you're one of those optimistic souls who think the war
over1 in Europe is gradually petering out, take a squint at the
President's new budget as submitted to Congress You'll
see that official Washington is expecting the worst The
first real battles, it is believed, will have the Balkans as their
locale We hope you haven't missed the implications of the
replacement of British War Minister Leslie Hore-Belisha by
blue-blooded Oliver Stanley, son of the 17th Earl of Derby
and long a member of the appeasement crowd Canadian
newspapers, you should know, make no secret of the fact that
it was because of his Jewishness that Hore-Belisha was let
out They also indicate that before long friend Chamber-
lain may institute a special censorship for Jewish newspapers
. Usually soldiers in the field are sufficiently pepped up
with patriotism to make it unnecessary for war propaganda
to be carried on among them ... But not so in Naziland .
One of Gabby Joe Goebbels' chief jobs is to drum the nobility
of Nazi war aims intol the troops at the front And if you ,;,.rli,. Schaff, Thelma Kronenfeld, Ida
want to' know what his war propaganda is like we'll tell you \ ghafer, Josephine Ruin, Harriet Dam-
that the Nazi broadcasters have been informing their people j eMtein, Shane Levensohn and out
that Americans believe that the Athenia was sunk on orders j president, Jeanetta Kronenfeld, who
issued by Winston Churchill ... The Czechs, who commute
the weak point of Hit!er*s empire just as they helped wreck
the Hapsburg realm, have plenty of reason to be sore at Ger-
many ... But what annoys them most of all is that German
visitors who come into their country eat up the good food for jre .mil .r with the ktod of wo*
which Czechoslovakia has long been famous, and which of Ida or Junior a ^
Junior Hadassah
By Elsie Kronenfeld

Since the founding <>f Junior Ha-
dassah there has been the criticism
ihai our organisation does not stress
or teach Americanism. This belief
is untrue. We, of Junior Hadassah,
realize iliat to be pood Zionists we
must first l' pood Americans. Last
Friday night waa proof of this state-
ment. All through the services that
wc conducted at Belli David we in-
toned over and over the neeil for
loyal, broadminded and intelligent
Americanism.
Of course the need for help in Pal-
estine is great. We know ithut if
we are to help we must have a sound
fill lire. A future that is fearless. To
he loyal we must he respected and to
he respected wc must respect our-
selves. Since this is true il was with
pride that ten of our girls walked up
the platform and faced the altar.
Elsie Kronenfeld read the opening
prayer, followed by llorten-e kat/.
gave the sermon. The evening servics
were elnsed with the lieneiliition (liv-
en hy Ida. We don't have lo mention
how nice it was because most people
course, Nazis could not get at home .
HERE AND THERE
Look for startling revelations on the identity of the Bund
higher-ups, the big business men and even religious leaders
who have been supplying the Kuhn outfit with the wherewith-
al for its un-American activities lames Wheeler-Hill,Who
long served as the Bund's national secretary, is now prepared
to tell all Blanca Holmes, Hollywood star-gazer, ins that the constellations indicate that Hitler will continue
to go strong during 1940, though Coding will gradually catch
up with him in popularity Have you observed, incidentally,
that it's Goering and not Hitler who is the center of the peace-
talk that occasionally rises over the war rumbles. Its
because the Gestapo discovered his connection with a plot to
overthrow Hitler that Fritz Thyssen left Germany m such a
,uirrv. they say i Switzerland Behind the phot wtadh
still'is thickening, arc the survivors of the German world
of big business ....
TRUE STORY em
This is- a tale about one of those Jews who prefer to em-
ploy non-Jews in their businesses ... He is a New York dress
manufacturer, and one day refused a job to a g.r with a typi-
caHy Jewish name Now this girl had an Italian friend
w J worked in that factory, and the next day-having altered
her appearance by changing her costume, removing her make-
up, doing her hair differently and, most important of all, wear-
iPg a .ar'ge gold cross on a chain-returned to *******
the friend, who introduced her to the boss asa M"J*"|
giving her an Italian name... Here we must interpolate, bit
of information on union rules: Once an employe has been hired
ZSZ worked for seven days, he can't be fired without^some
valid reason such as inefficiency ... So, on the e.gh thyof
her employment, the Jewish girl came to work in her original
gIt.up.wJnt over to the boss, handed him her .arge gold cro...
and said: "Now you wear it. .. "
REFUGEE REFERENDUM <#
German refugee intellectuals will be the beneficiaries of
the manuscript sale to be held by the League of Amencanwrrt.
, Among those who have donated manuscripts to be
.- 'Ja\m ire Albert Einstein. Thomas Mann, Pierre van
auctioned off are \lbe l r off to con(luctor Erich
Paassen and I.ouisl nurmevcr.. .
Leinsdorf. the refugee who has stepped into the shoes of the
late Arthur Bodanszky at the Metropolitan Opera A hen he
got a raise recently the first thing he did was to make m-
quiries on what worth-while charity most needed a contnbu-
"i(,n A new Viennese refugee revue is betng readied or
Broadway, with Ezra Stone (who's not a refugee, but the su
of the stage version of "What a T.itV) as ,ts dtrec or Did
I know by the way, that Viennese walt*e, are Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt's favorite popular music? .
February 25-26 will see hig doings
in New Orleans. Our regional J and
F chairman, Pauline Querido, tells us
that the Southern regional conven-
tion will he held there at thai dale.
Wouldn't it he wonderful if we could
go. Lets start savings girls. What do
you say?
Don't forget the meeting Monday
night. It will he over at one of the
heaeh hotels. For details contact
Jeannelte or Elsie Kronenfeld at
7-3162 or 7-5361.
Give but for the Grace of
God it Might Have Been YOU!
Help FEDERATION
HELPS You-
it
IN A NEW SETTLEMENT
Menahem Ussishkin. 76-year-old Zionist leader and President the
K,r,,, Kayemeth l.e Israel, is seen here visiting one of the ^tlemenU
i Galilee established since the outbreak of the war. Note the ,o>ou,
expression on the faces of the youngsters who surround the veteran
Zionist leader a> he inspects the new outpost. _________
Night Phojie 7-203$
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by Harold Turk.
I MIHIIIHIIUIMHIIIIIinlllllUJIlUJ
VOLUME 13 NO. 3
JANUARY 19, 1940
When you B'nai It'rilli member* re-
ceive an invitation, in the form of u
subpoena, to intend our annual Stag
and Smoker, don't rash to the phone
and rail your attorney for legal ad-
vice. But I do lagged that you im-
mediately make a notation of the
B'nai B'rith Slap and Smoker to lie
held at the Atlantis Hotel. Wednesday
night, January 2, at 8 P. M. The
dote has lieen changed from January
23 to January 24 as the Atlantis was
not availahle on the former date.
The Committee in charge of the
program for that night has gone out
of its way to arrange for the hest en-
tertainment availahle, with Nick Ken-
ny as Master of Ceremonies. There
will he miles of hot dogs served and
plenty of heer anr other drinks .
and the price of admission is only
your B'nai B'rith inemhership .
come early as only the first six hund-
red will he admitted bring pros-
pective members with you and get
THE Y. M. H. A
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
itumirtiiiiiiiimiiuiiiiMiiiiriiimimiiumtHiiiHiiMiiiin.ii"
A TRIBUTE TO OUH
CAVALCADE OF STARS
I Taken from a Xeiespaper llem)
JACK KOFOED
The history of the Jew has been a
tragic one. and never more so than
""....................mi ,i
trillion to his persona] business, I', i.
ty nearly every waking hour ol
day goes into the details and nun.
Dies of making "CAVALCADE OF
STARS" a tremendous since--. Hum
I; n liiii.i11. George Jestel, Nick h, nnv
now. In Germany, Poland, Czcclm- and other who are also doing Ihrir
Slovakia, his property has been taken part, will get much more credit I r
anil his person manhandled by Storm their efforts, but Robinson i- tin- m.,.
Troopers and Gestapo under Hitler's
orders. Even in Italy, where there
are a few Jews, anti-Semitism has
struck,
world
are invaded, men beaten, families
starved. It's a pretty picture that has
been painted across the canvas of Eu-
ropeas foul a picture as the per-
verted artistry of the dictator.- has
been able to achieve.
There are some among us here in
America who believe in the ideology
tivating force behind the scenes. 1 |i,-
stocky little banker is essential I v .1
modest man. He doesn't want am re.
The hand of much of the ward, but the knowledge that In I
turned agai.-nt him. Homes | done a good job well.
It seems to me that "CAVALCADE
OF STARS" is more important .1- 1
gauge of American tolerance and un-
derstanding than as a benefit for (lie
Y. M. H. A. In bulwarking our
country against the hates and pn in-
dices that are ruining the world, he
should all stand shoulder to shoubli r
of racial purity that is the bed-rock : This affair will bring tome
We Cannot Fail
Federation has prolonged its drive for another week. Pledges
it the end of the set campaign conclusion fell short of the needed
of minority persecutions. But, it is
good to know that the average Amer-
ican is a tolerant man. In his ion-
to a Jewish organization but it? im-
plication- are a lot more Important,
The whole thing proves we can live
them to sign a membership slip while business associates regardless of race
or religion. Catholic, Protestant and
Jew have show n they can work and
function together.
On the night of Jan. 27 there will
be added proof of this. A benefit i-
being held for the Young Men's He-
brew Association. It i> called "CAV-
ALCADE OF STARS," and it is exact-
ly that. Ever) famous star of screen.
tacts with people he finds friends and ; together, and under-tand each other -
they're gouging those delicious hot
dogs.
We are pleased to announce that
Brother Henry Mon.-ky. International
President of B'nai B'rith and several
members of the Supreme Executive
Lodge are vi-iting with us on Febru-
ary 7, the regular B'nai B'rith meet-
ing night, at Temple Israel. Plan-
proves, too, as Robert Burns said .1
long time ago, "A man'.- a man for '
that." The guinea stamp, or the lal 1 !
of race or religion can be ignored
After all, we're traveling the la.....
road that ends at the grave and ll
doc-n't seem to be much sensi
cutting each other's throats on tin-
way.
So. let's all get back to this "1 v\-
amount-not a great deal at that Falling short of 1 coal in t "^ '" "" ",l,lil"on -*' ""<' -"'I'" '" Miami will appear AI.CADE OF STARS." Not berai
drive of this sort is nnthino .,,. .1 D-.i Vra,,r,linarr'"'l,,'fU* ,,,e rra>ion' on the stage. it's a benefit for a Jewish Organ!
attain L n T *"**"*. ""Usual Rather ,t >i unusual to Brother Abe Aronovitz has been Tber is no p.r-nnal advantage I. lion, but 10 show tba, here in Miami
attain the quota in the prescribed period. Trying to impress us1 appointed Direetor o
with the full meaning of what failing to raise the amount set will anJ Rilual team and
mean to our brethren in need is. surely not necessarv. We read
and know about conditions affecting our fellow brethren today,
but we cannot realize that such atrocities can and
in our civilized world of today.
are happening
And vet we ki
hut
a fraction of the true goings on
untold suffering and unimaginable hardships our brethren must
undergo.
With the enthusiasm shown by the determined workers
Clean I p" committee last Wednesday night and takin" into
.... uiu taiting lino v... 11,. -.1.1. r,ruing, jauuurv t.i. ai mv -mall anil inconsequential Pirl i
consideration that our dollars will aid more than thirtv eight > P- M *" will be a meting of helping "< \\ ILCADE OF STARS
agenciet ...eluding some of our worthy local organizations, we'
cannotmust not and will notfail in putting "Federation"
'Over the Top!"
f the Initiation
he is arranging
for robes and all of the other dress-
ings to make the initiation a most im-
pressive ceremony. All of those who
have been admitted to the Lodge since
the last initiation, together with all
of the new applimant- between now
and February 7 will be initiated at the
meeting. Vi e are trying to procure
enough new members i-o that our roll
will reach the thousand mark when
Brother Monsky is with us.
On Tin-day evening. January 2.1, at
them. They don't need whatever pub-
licity that will accrue. They're donat
ing their servjees for a principle. Jew
or Gentile, it doesn't matter. Here
is a worthy cause, and its more wor-
thy because those who help it stand
as symbols for the tolerance with-
out which these United Slates would
never have been founded. They stand I urges e
as a challenge, too, to the dictator na- I desirous
lions that say: "Be as we are, or per-
ish"
I'm not a Jew, but I'm willing to do
my -mall and inconsequential part in
we're all American-, grounded in ll e
American principle. A broader ap-
plication of it might help the world
avoid the gutter for which it' aimed.
Greater Miami, the first community in the United States to
have its 1940 Campaign, will set an example that otl
follow.
may
Council hews
MIAMI SECTION NATIONAL
COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
The National Council of Jewish
Women Section will hold a special
Board meeting Monday morning, Jan-
uary 22nd, 1940, at 10 o'clock at the
Young Women's Christian Association.
Miss Gertrude Pinsky, member of the
National Staff will be present to con-
sult with Board members.
FORUM
The regular Friday afternoon Forum
will be held at the Evans Hotel, Col-
lins Avenue and 10th Street, Miami
Beach at 2 P. M. The guest speaker
of the afternoon will be Mrs. Ethel
Ernest Murrell, well known practicing
attorney, author of legal textbooks,
and newspaper columnist.
Mrs. Murrell has recently returned
from a national tour where she spoke
on the Equal Rights Amendment un-
der the sponsorship of the National
Woman's Party. She is the sole rep-
Mrs. Heiman Trockman and daugh-
ter Shirley Ruth f Evansville, Indi-
cative of The World's Wom.n^s Ko^^tSht anT"- ZS ^"
Party who attended .he In.Bnli. J' f .. "**""nd "^"-n-l.w.
Labor Organization Conference in Ha-
vana in November.
Mrs. Murrell's subject will be: The
Comparison of the Position of Women
under the Nazi, Communist and Dem-
ocratic Governments.
Mrs. Jesse Adler, former assistant
prosecuting attorney of Cincinnati,
will speak on Legislative Program of
National Council of Jewish Women.
Mrs. Adler enjoys the unique distinc-
tion of being the first mother to form
a partnership in Law with her son,
having received her law degree simul-
taneously with him.
Mrs. I. M. Wcinstcin will present
the study course; Robert Nathan, Mas-
ter of Style and Mood.
A musical program will conclude
the afternoon. The public is invited.
Admission 25c.
the Executive Board of the Ladles
Auxiliary at the home of its Presi-
dent, Mrs. Isaac Levin. All of the
members of the Board are urged to at-
tend, as ill is. meeting will be one of
utmost importance.
For this coming year B'nai B'rith
is planning a program which seeks to
make its activities more interesting
and enjoyable to its members. It will
require more work and cooperation
than ever before. The success of
B'nai B'rith depends on each and ev-
ery one of you members as you are an
integral part of the organization. Co-
operate by procuring new members
and offering your services on one or
more of the committees. Communi-
cate with Brother Abbott and tell him
the committee you would like to serve
on.
to be a success. Some of the money
tak.n in that night will go toward
tin- Home Camp which i- conducted
during the summer months wherein
many Underprivileged children in thi-
vicinity are given fresh air, sunshine.
P. S. Our -inrerest thanks to vou
Jack Kofoed for this splendid article.
Herman W aistman. ticket chairman,
h and every one of you
of attending this giganti
show to be held Saturday Midnil
January 27lh, at the Plaza theatre, to
place vour order for tickets nov,.
Price of ticket.- range from 12.00 to
!10.00. -11 hurry and call in vour -
ervations bv phoning 3-1012 or 3-3'>lll.
NEWS AROUND TOWN
Our president, AI Pallot, narrow!)
-raped death la-t Friday when In-
ear a- completely demolished in an
wholesome food and milk, play, and automobile accident while enrouti to
culture.
In all the stories that
will be writ-
Del.and, Fla. By the grace of I.ml
In- i- -till with us and resting from
SOCIETY
VISITING
MIAMI
Party who attended the International| Mr. and Mr^ M J. KoSX
ILL IN
HOSPITAL
Mr. A. J. Tobin of the Seven Up
Bottling Company, is a patient at the
Victoria Hospital.
PIONEER WOMEN
TO HOLD PARTY
Wednesday evening January
14th at 7 p. m. the Greater
Pioneer Women's Organization
will hold a Chamisho Osor B'shvat
party at 418 N. W. 5th St. Vari-
ous card games will be played
and refreshments will be served.
All member and friends are urged
to attend as the proceeds will go
ten about this "CAVALCADE OF 'he shock and seven stitches in hi-i
STARS" the principal ballyhoo will forehead. Hurry and get well, Al.
go to the men and women who draw A- J- Tobin took ill suddenly and
customers to the box office. But back Was taken to Victoria Hospital.
of every successful effort of thi- sort Baron DeHirsch Meyer is reeupcrot-
arc quiet people who make the wheels ing nicely at the St. Francis Hospital
go round. Their names are not | after a nervous breakdown.
known. They don't get the credit due Manager Jack Apte of the Y. M. H.
them. Most of them don't want .,
But, it i, only right that the spot-
light be turned on them for the ini-
tiative and effort that make such an
event as this one possible.
And in this case there are bows to
be taken by a number of men- Milch
Wolfson, Al Pallott, Walter Jacobs,
Herman Waitsmanlack of space pre-
vents listing them all. But there
must be space for Leo Robinson.
Pretty nearly everyone in Miami
knows Leo Robinson. He is a banker,
and a good one, though for some time
now he hasn't been paying much at-
A. Bowling League announces that a
banquet will be held this Tuesday,
January 23rd at Win. Penn dining
room. Medals will be presented l
Al Berkowitz' team, and special gift*
to all the contestants. A good time is
assured for next Tuesday, 8 P. M.
Per Our Cavalcade of Stars.In
previous years we made the unfor-
tunate mistake of billing many of the
stars of stage, screen and radio whom
W< were told would attend, and at the
last moment something happened.
^ ell, this year you'll just have to at-
tend and see for yourself.
The installation banquet for
newly elected offiecrs of Fred
Markowitz Post, 174, Jewish War
Veterans, will be held at the
Hotel Evans on January 21, with
many distinguished guests present,
including public
Commander Harry Zweitman, are
Donald S. La Vigne, commander;
William Baros, senior vice-com-
mander; Nat Brown, junior vice-
commander; Mrs. Fay Wolf,
trustee; and Adolph Haimes, of-
1 SftV'J?!! day- SPeakers w"1
towards the world refugees in!Jack Dempsey The new office^ T? ***** PMUp8> *
Palestine. to he indnetli k x, f- dlstnct a"orroy. and William
I to be mducted by Nat.onal Vice | Pruitt, Miami attorney.


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FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
*
SOCIETY
RECUPERATING
FROM ILLNESS
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank and
family have recovered from an
illness and are now all right.
*
MARRIAGE
ANNOUNCED
Miss Ruth Miller, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller of 404
S. W. 9th Ave., Miami, was mar-
ried to Mr. Earl Schapero of
Detroit, Mich., on Sunday, Janu-
ary 14, at the Hotel Evans. A
dinner and reception followed the
wedding ceremony.
*
VISITS
HERE
Mr*. Nathan Goldberg, winter vis-
itor to Miami, from Ni'W York, is \i>-
iting in Miami with her sister, Mrs.
Morris Shapiro, and will remain here
until Mareh.
will decide whether the compo- out of those orders to their full
sition of the Judenrat is accept-! etxent. All Jews and Jewesses
able. The Nazi authorities re- must obey the provj8jona con.
serve the right to change the
composition of the Judenrat and i
seat new persons if they so wish.
provisions
tained in these orders."
"S i g n e d General-Governor
"Fifth paragraph:
"The Judenrat is obligated
through its head or through his
substitute to accept the orders
of the German authorities and
is responsible for the carrying
Frank."
COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE
STARTS JANUARY 29
The second annual appeal for
funds for the nineteen agencies
of the Dade County Community
Chest is being organized in readi-
ness for the opening on January
29, according to James Donn,
general campaign chairman.
The 1940 goal has been set
at $295,000, which is some $G0,-
000 more than was raised last
year, the total then being $253,-
000. "Agencies have done a
wonderful job this year on much,
less than they thought was a
mimimum and they need addi-
tional finances to do a better
job in 1940," Mr. Donn told
leaders at the opening meeting
of the campaign workers.
The nineteen agencies included
in the Chest are the Children's
Home Society of South Florida,
Salvation Army, Y.W.C.A., Y.M.-
C.A., Boy Scouts of America, Girl
Scouts of America, Catholic Wel-
fare Bureau, Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau, Travelers Aid Society, Day
Nursery, Social Service Exchange,
Children's Service Bureau, Amer-
ican Children's Home, Miami Sea-
man's Institute, Society for the
Hard of Hearing, Negro Welfare
Bureau and the Family Service
JUDGES IN AZA'S ANNUAL ESSAY CONTEST
LEFT TO RIGHT: Louis Kraft, executive director of the Jewish
Welfare Board; Mrs. Judith Epstein, former national president of
Hadassah; and Sholem Asch, world-famous novelist, who comprise the
national board of judges for the 13th annual English essay contest of
Aleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith's youth organization. The subject of
this year's contest is "The Jewish Community of Today and Tomorrow in
North America."
Bureau.
In the Family Service Bureau
are eight organizations which re-
cently were consolidated. They
are Dade County Milk Fund, Milk
Fund of Greater Miami, Shadows
and Sunbeams, Coral Gables, Co-
conut Grove and" South Miami
Welfare Board, Little River and
Northwest Welafre Board, South
Dade Welfare Board, Opalocka
and Vicinity Welfare Board and
the Miami Beach Welfare Board.
Decree Text
A Bis Show A Bisger Cause
Get Your Tickets Now
NICK KENNY S
CAVALCADE
OF
STARS
Benefit Y. M. H. A.
Saturday Midnight Jan. 27
PLAZA THEATRE
MIAMI BEACH
WITH
0 HARRY RKHMAN
o GEORGE JESSEL
o ABE LYMAN
o JOE E. LEWIS
o JACK DEMPSEY
AND 30 OTHER STARS OF
STAGE, RADIO AND SCREEN
For Rn.rv.Hom C.II 3-4019, 3-3940
Safeway Driving School
208 Postal Bldg.
Learn to Drive Expertly Scien-
tific Methods Trained Instruct-
on Dual Control Car-.
Phone 3-6060
*............----------------------'"
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.
Dr. Benjamin L.
Goldstein
of Now York City, and formerly of
Miami liearh, is now located at
1138 W. FLAGLER ST.
Phone 2-6916
Serving
Florida's Finest
American Jewish
Dinner
St- Regis
RESTAURANT
446 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
SEASON'S GREETINGS
EXCELLENT FOOD MODERATE PRICES
HOLLEMAN'S
The Food The Service -The Price Incomparable
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
Mlh Street at \\ a-hingt-n Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
(Continued from Page One)
to be elected by the Jews of
the given community. In case
one member of the Judenrat de-
parts another should immediately
be elected.
"Third paragraph:
"The Judenrat shall elect one
person from among its members
to head the council and another
as substitute.
"Fourth paragraph:
"The list of the members of
the Jundenrat must be submitted
to the regional and city author-
ities whereupon the authorities
Governess
Lady's Maid. Good sewer.
Chamber work. Excellent
Light
refer-
DETROIT
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AIR-CONDITIONED COACH
MIAMI TO DETROIT
FLORIDA
SUNBEA
The Short-cut to the North
Leave Miami Daily 7 P. M.
Low One Way Coach Fares
From Miami
ATLANTA...... $10.40
CHATTANOOGA .....12.50
CINCINNATI ......17.75
CLEVELAND.....24.07
COLUMBUS......20.56
DAYTON.......1907
INDIANAPOLIS .....24.04
CHICAGO.......23.25
Pillowi for ui. In coach*. 23<
City Tick.! offlc. 173 E. Flagler Str.i
Miami Phone 3-8391
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JACKSONVILLE'S
LEADING HOTEL
got0* -
SUMMER
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this tnederm. fire-
proof hotol In &
heart of downtown
JockeonviUe. Eeory
room with tub and
shower, toll wotor.
radio, and Venetian blind*. Every bod
with Innereprtng raattreee and reading
Vamp. Running ice water en every floor.
rOPULAl PIICED
COCKTAIL LOUNGE and
COFFEE SHOP
y
PLAZA
206 BISCAVNE ST.
Theatre
Ph 52302
MIAMI BEACH
:U
AT REGULAR PRICES
TUES. THURS. JAN. 30 FEB. 1
Sholem Aleichem's Story
"TEVYA"
ALL JEWISH TALKING PICTURE
WITH MAURICE SCHWARTZ
tji
MR. SCHWARTZ WILL APPEAR IN PERSON
ON TUES. JAN. 30 9 P. M.
Ui
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TKB WMH FLORTDIAJf
FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1940
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
+ Louis Hayman will be in charge of the
musical part of the program. Rabbi
Shapiro will discuss the Subject,
"NEW LAMENTATIONS."
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, R-ibbi 497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL
INSTITUTION
Junior Congregation: The services
of the Senior and Juniors conducted
by the Junior Congregation take
place every Saturday morning at
10:30, Harold Shapiro, Albert Es-
kanazi and Herbert i.I.i/i ruff are in
charge of the services. Vi e are bap-
Give Thanks by Giving!
MOTOR OVERHAUL
$3 00 PER CYLINDER
Dont reborewe guarantee to stop
your motor from pumping oil and
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PERMANENT CALENDAR
Daily services at 7 a. m- and
Friday evening 8:15.
Sabbatb "Wvices, Saturday 8:30
a. m.
I-ate Friday evening services.
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior service*. Saturday 10:30
a. ir.
Hebrew School. 3:15 to 0:15 p.
m.
Sunday School "unday 10:00 a.
m.
Bar-Mitzvah Group, Sunday
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
The members of the Junior Hadas-
sab conducted a splendid service last
Friday evening at the Synagogue. Mid
Jeanette Kronenfeld spoke on behalf
of the Hadassah. This coming Friday
evening Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duet the services, and Cantor Louis
Hayman, accompanied by the Beth
David Choir will rhant the prayers.
Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the sub-
ject, "A NEW PEACE CONFER-
ENCE."
The "Oneg Shahhos" and social hour
will take place in the auditorium after
the services. Mr. and Mrs. I.-ador
Langner will serve as hostl in honor
of their wedding anniversary.
py to note that the attendance is rap-
idly increasing from Sabbath to Sab-
bath. A "Kiddtish" is given in the
auditorium immediately after the Ben-
ediction, under the chairmanship of
Mrs. J. L. Harts.
Har-Miiziah Group: The Bar-Mils-
vah group n.....t every Sunday morn-
ing from to 10 under the direction
of Louis Gadon boys of 12 and over
are eligible to attend. The hoy- ire
taught the melodic- for the different
TAHRZEITEN
The following "Yahrzeiten" will he
observed during this iii.mill of "Slu-
bat." "The Anniversary Candle" i.-
IO be lit the evening before the Eng-
lish data mentioned, and the "Had-
dish" begins that same evening until
sunset of the day mentioned.
The names of the beloved ones
who are inscribed in the "Memory
Book of Life" are mentioned from the
Pulpit the Friday evening preceding
the "Yahrzeiten" which are observed
the following wek:
Chiam Shloma, brother of Daniel
Sepler, January 11th.
Yehuda Laeb. father of Mrs. Fran-
cis Warshoff, January 12th.
Anna \\ eintraub, mother of Joe
W i inn .mil. January Kith.
Moshe, father of \\ illiam Fried-
man. January 15th.
Kav Mordechai Laeb. father of i
Meyer Schwartz. January 16th.
Yaakov, father of Norman Rossman,
1 January 16th.
Rivkah, sister of Florence Seitlin,
January 17th.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION j
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
i>i:.". Mlchlcau Avenue
pin.ne 6-1828
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
71U Michigan Avenue
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SYNAGOGUE SEK\ ICES
Shachriss: Daily from 7:00 and 8:00
IM RIM BALL DATE SELE( TED
Sunday night. March 2th, li.i- been
A. M., Saturday at 7:00 and 9:00 \. M. selected at the dale for our llili an.
Minrha: Daily from 5:15 P. M. In-
day and Saturday at 5:15 P. M.
Maariv: Daily at 6:10 P. M.J Satur-
day at 6:20 P. M.
Shaloi-h S'oodoss: Saturday at 5:30
P. M. Rabbi Mseheloff will speak
on the "Portion of the Week.
nual Purim Ball for th>' benefit of our
congregation. Remember the date.
Detail- in later issues of the lln|{.
IDIAN.
"Portion! of Law."
Sunday Schools A unique program Yisroel Hershel, father of Adolpl
is being arranged for the assembly Haimes, January lKlli.
this coming Sunday under the direr- Rae/.cl. mother of
lion of Harold Shapiro. A "Sham i-ho-
Oser-B'Shvat" program will be pre-
sented in the assembly. Parent- are
asked to \i-it with us from 11:30 to
REFUAH-SHLAEMA
Ma) the Almighty grant an inunedi-
Dora Cohen,
Januar) 22ml.
Leah Raeza, mother of II. Rayvis,
January 21>t.
Moshe Zaev. ton of Louit Marko- and over are welcome.
witz, January 23rd.
Eli\ohu. father of Herbert Klein-
FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM
"Why Wander?" will be the subject
of Rabbi Mescheloffs lecture this Fri-
day night. The service begin.- prompt-
ly at 8:30. To be a-Mired of -cat- conic
at 8:00 P. M. Cantor Maniclu- will
lead in the ringing.
The Rabbi will preach on '"Our
Raggage" during the Sabbath morning
-TV ice. The cantor will rhant the
services.
SCHOOL ASSEMBLY
The following took part in last
week'a Religious School Assembly
program. Sunday at 11:30: Charlotte
Safra, Edna Horowitz, Sheila Margo,
Murry Koretaky.
Miss Leah Simerick will return to
her Sunday morning class thi- coming
Sunday. During her absence the
i Ian .i- bad by her lister, Misi Anne
Simerick,
MINMON AIRES
The Minnionaires will conduct their
usual service Sunday morning at :00
A. M. which is followed h> a com-
munal breakfast for all the boys. |
Their meeting will be held at 7:00 I
P. M. Wednesday night. Boys, 13
ate cure to the second vice-prc-ident an. January 23rd.
of our Sisterhood, Mrs. Isador I.alig-
ner. We trust that she will he with
us in the near future and continue her
fine work.
CONGRATULATIONS
We extend our "Mozel-Tov" to Mr.
and Mrs. S. B. Miller on the marriage
of their daughter last Sunday. May
joy and happiness he with them con-
stantly.
We extend our felicitations to Jean- uary 27th.
Clieka. mother of Mr. Hilman. Jan-
uary 2.ith.
Yltxcholt, father of David Brown.
January 25th.
Do\id. brother of Mrs. Joe Fine
and Albert Quadow.
Ahron Shloma. husband of Ida Mar-
cus, January 25th.
Sorah Hayleh. mother of S. J. Pal-
lott, January 27th.
Esther, mother of Jacob Slier, Jan-
AFFILIATED CKOl PS
The A. /. A. meets every Sunday at
7:30 P. M.
Ain.rii anisatlon classei every Mon-
day and Wednesday at 8:30 P. \l.
Hoy Scout Troop Tuesday at 8 on
P. M.
Council of Jewish Junior- every
other Tuesday at 8:30 P. M.
Pioneer Women every other Wed
nesdaj at 8:00 p. \|.
Young Judeans every Thursday al
B:00 P. M.
Junior Pioneer Women every Thurs-
day at 8:00 P. M.
Sisterhood the first Monday in
each month.
Mizrachi the fir^-t Saturday night
ette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Kronenfeld. and Herbert Lee, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Simon, at
their engagement which was held re-
cently. We wish them both happiness
for the future.
' liiiiin. father of Sol. Rotfort. Jan-
uary 28th.
Chayim, father of B. L. Leff, Feb-
ruary 1st.
Chaya Molka, mother of Mohilner
Family, February 2nd.
RADIO HOUR Tziporah, mother of Mr-. Kate
Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the Markowitz, February 4th.
Radio Hour over WIOD this Sunday Menasche, father of Isador and
afternoon from 3 to 3:30. Cantor David Kaplan, February 7th.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1940
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBFi, RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:46 p<
m.
Friday evening services, 5:30 p.
m.
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset.
RELIGIOUS
FORUM
A ino-i vital current problem will
In- iIm- -object nf Rabbi Kellner's dis-
ruuion ihi> Friday evening at 8:30
P M. at the Religious Forum, speak-
ing tiny," the future and problems of
Jewish youth in America. Rabbi K. II-
nci will have as his guest speakers
several members of the University of
Miami student body who will debate
several angles of this vital Issue.
Irving Ginsberg will rerile the Kid-
dush and Congregational songs will
be led by Mr. Morris Hoffman. A
most cordial invitation is extended to
all to attend these Religious Forums.
Those participating will be Jerry
\\ (inkle. George Prii.-iif and Melvin
Englander.
ANNUAL PACKAGE
PARTY
The Seventh annual package party
of the Ladies Auxiliary, which prom-
ise! to be a most outstanding affair.
will be helil this Sunday night. Jan-
uary 20th at 8 P. M. in the syna-
gogue. An Unusually fine musical
program will be pre.-ented and re-
freshments will be served. There will
lie no .<< 1 i nn charge but the pack-
ages sold will be the entire profit
anil income. This sale of packages is
always accompanied with a great deal
of interest anil mirth. Mr. H. M. Dre-
vicn will be in charge of the auction
-ale- and a committee of Ladies bead-
ed by Mrs. Mirabani K.liner will ar-
range the affair. A most cordial in-
vitation i- extended to all our friend-.
CHAMISHO OSOR
CELEBRATION
The annual Chamisho Osor Bishvat
celebration will he in the Synagogue
on \\ ednesday night, January 2-ltli at
8 1'. M. The three llabanolli group-
logether with the Habonim unit of'
our Synagogue as well as the Hebrew
(la--. will combine to present an
unusually fine Palestinian program. I
Among others there will be a debate,
songs, Palestinian dances, and con- j
tests will be presented to insure a
most entertaining evening. Special
refreshments in the spirit of Chamisho
Osor will be served to all children
pre-nt. Parents and friends are most
cordially welcome. Mrs. George
Chertkof will be in charge of the
program.
GREETINGS
\\C extend sincere inazel tov greet-
ings to Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper on
their fortieth wedding anniversary anil
pray to (.oil that tiny may be granted
man) more happy and joyous years to-
gether. Vie are also pleased to oh
1 -i rve that Mr. Pepper was enabled to
1 free his brother from Nazi Austria
and we welcome him and Ilis wife in-
I to our midst
I B1RCHAS
TOODAH
\\ c are thankful that the Almighty
spared our second Nice pre-ident and
! loyal worker, Mr. E. Albert Pallot
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We are happy to congratulate Mr.
and \lr-. Raymond Kassin upon the
birth of their little daughter and we
pray that they will raise her amidst
joy I.'Cliupab Ulainassim Tovim.
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AFFAIRS
\\ c are plea>e(l to recommend two
forthcoming Mi/.raihi function.-. One
i- the Melave Milk. Ii which will take
place this Saturday night at 8:30 I'.
\1. in the V. M. II. A. This affair
will lie free and will he in honor of
Mr. Joseph Margoshes, venrable Jew-
ish journalist. We -trough urge our
members to reserve the night of Sun-
day, Januar) 28th for tin- Mizrachi lec-
ture and concert which will take place
in our Synagogue. It will he the
first time that Itahbi II. I.ook-tciu.
noted Mizrachi leader will In- heard
ill this area.
CHEVRAH
MISHNAYOS
Our Mishnayot group meets daily
and is gradually increasing in at-
tendance and importance. We take
this means of thanking our dear
friend and member Mr. Louis Block
of 1643 S. \T. 7th St., for hi- gift
of several sets of Mishnayos hooks to ;
our Chevrah.
HABONIM
The Hahonim unit of Miami meet-
weekly on Thursday afternoons in
our Synagogue. The group also fore-
gathers every Sunday morning at 9
A. M. in our S>nagogue for purposes
of worship and study. After tin- ser-
vice! breakfast i- served to those at-
tending. The Rehbet/.en served break-
fa-t lu-t Sunday and Mrs. \dnlph
Adler will be host next Sunday.
MIZRACHI ACTIVITIES
ANNOUNCED
The Mizrachi District of Greater
Miami will hold a gala Melave
Malkeh Saturday evening January 20lh
. tin- Y. M. H. A. at 8:30 P. M. hon-
oring Mr. Joseph Margo-hes, noted
Jewish writer. Out of town guests
who will he present are: Kabhts II. I.
Block of Jersey City: M. Oshhtsky of
Pittsburgh! B. Margolli of Chicago:
Mcir Freed of the Ye-hi\a College:
Uri Feshin, and Baruch Shllchter of
Palestine. A committee of the Ladies
Mizrachi including Mesdames A. Sack-
owits, M. Kaken. J. Genersen, II. Kop-
JEWISH NAVAL HERO INDUCTED INTO B'NAl B'RITH
Captain Harry Badt (left), Commander of the L'.S-S. Tuscaloosa.
the cruiser that rescued 576 members of the scuttled Nazi liner Colum"
bus. being inducted into membership in B'nai B'rith in Washington by
Maurice Bisgycr (right), secretary of B'nai B'rith, an old friend "i the
Jewish naval officer, who made his first address before ;i visible au-
dience to B'nai B'rith.
pel and S. (.cltn.-r are in charge 01
arrangement- and preparations.
The first concert and lecture spon-
sored by the District will present
Rabbi Joseph Lookstein a- the guest
speaker. Detail- of the program will
be announced in next week*- issue.
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THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 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-1265 S30 N. E. Slat St.2-54l
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both of the Rabbis will be in the Temple every morning.
You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewis commu-
nity, or yur personal problems. Tou will be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in
strict confidence.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Friday evening, January 19th at
8:15 P. M. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will
deliver the sermon "The 1 ri and
i>hort Way in Government." Rabbi
I olmaii A. Zwilman will conduct the
services.
A reception for members of the
Congregation and for visitors follows
the services on Friday evenings under
Sisterhood sponsorship.
RECEPTION
The Sisterhood committee, headed
by Mrs. B. \T. Slote, urges the mem-
bers of the Temple, as well as the
mrnibcrs of the Sisterhood, to be
present Sunday evening. January 28th
at the reception honoring Rabbi and
Mrs. CalmU A. Zwitman. The re-
ception will be held in Kaplan Hall
betwen the hour- of 8 and 11 P. M.
SABBATH MORNING SERVICES
Saturday morning January 20th at
11 A. M. services will be conducted
by both Rabbis with the participation
of Mr. Max Orovitz and Mrs. B. E.
Bronston.
Mrs. Julius Simpson will be hostess
on Monday, January 22nd, at her
home on Rivo Alto Island, Miami
Beach to one hundred ladies for the
benefit of the Temple Israel Sister-
hood. Guests are asked to l>e present
at 1 o'clock for the luncheon which
will precede the inah Jong, bridge and
bingo games.
IN MEMORIAM
"May the father of peace send peace
to all who mourn and comfort tin'
bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the following
will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Minnie Feldnian.
mother of Mrs. William Feldnian and
Mrs. Max Solomon. Yahrzeits: Abra-
ham F.ngler. husband of Mrs. A. Eng-
ler and father of Mrs. Leonard Ep-
stein: Nathan VTaxman. father of Mrs.
Benj. LeiVne; Joseph Perlman. fath-
er of Mr. F. A. Perlman: Harry Eddy
Bowman, brother of Mrs. Damen-
stein: Betty Hoffman, mother of Mrs.
J. H. Kaplan: Joseph Lipsitz. father
of Mrs. Elry Stone: and Johanna
ScbloM Frank, mother of Mrs. Me-
son.
Daytona Beach
NOTES
WEST FLAGLER KENNEL
CLUB
by
Anita Greenspan.
On Saturday. Dec. 30, 1939 Si I
ney Marvin Schwartz*.son of Mr-
ami Mrs. M. Schwartz of liridce-
port, Conn., was confirmed at a
Bar-Mitzvah Service i" Temple 1--
rael of Daytona Beach. Rabbi Bog-
ner officiated at the services ami
addressed the Bar-Mitzvah. At the
conclusion of the service, a Kidd
ush was served in the vestry of the
Temple by the grandmother, Mrs-
B. Sherman of Daytona Beach.
BNA1 BRITH NOTES
At a recent meetintr of the Judah
P. Benjamin lodge tlic following
were elected officers. President.
Louis Ossinsky; Vice-President,
Dr. M. B. Seltzer; Secretary. Si-
mon Heed; Treasurer. Jules Nass.
The New Years Eve dance held at
the Daytona Beach Country Club
was -i huge success. Over eighty
couples attend d, In charge "t tin1
affair were Wm. Sirkin. Sam
Greenspan, ami Al. Rutberg.
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs
Harry Pepper on the occasion of
their wedding anniversary; Sylvia
A^rr--.. Helen YVasserman, Louis
Ossinsky, Jr., Naomi ami Selma
Sussman Jeanette Tebels who will
observe their birthdays 111 i month.
YAHRZEITS TO BE OBSERVED
Mother of Mrs. Lowenstein, Jan.
13.
Father of Mr. (leorge Liebman,
Jan. 15.
Father of Mr, Sam Dobrow, Jan.
23.
Daughter of Mr. J. Tcictelman.
Feb. 4.
Father of Mr. Simon Reed. Feb.
4.
1 lue to the increase in attendance
the bi-monthly liible class conduct-|
! ed by Rabbi Boyncr will meet in the
class room at the Temple instead of
the Rabbi's home every second ami
fourth Wednesdays.
The Sunday school staff welcomes
into its ranks Mis- Cecily Twelve-
trees ami Miss I'.loisc Jacobs-
The new year saw a new set o(
officers installed in Temple Israel
l>\ the Rabbi. Those elected were:
I'rcs.. Louis Ossinsky; Nice- Pres.,
Jules Nass; Sect. Lou Roe'y;
Treas.. Jacob Ginsberg; Trustees,
Jack Ossinsky. Sam l>. ibrow anl
Louis Goldman. The Rabbi and
President of the Sisterhood were In-
vited to serve on the Board of Di-
rect, irs.
Mrs. Samuel Coskoff of Toronto
Canada, is the house guest of Dr
and Mrs. M. I!. Seltzer. Mr.
Seltzer and Mrs. Coskoff wire co-
welfare workers in the Toronto
Community Center.
Expected home from the Univer-
sity of Florida are Jacob Henry
Adler. David Marks. Kmanuel Lev
enson. and Herbert Sussman.
Visiting from New York are Mrs-
A. BoKner and Mrs. M. I.ipschitz
whom are visiting Rabbi and Mrs
S. Bogner.
Mr. William Serkin has left for
New York on account of the cri-
tical illness of his mother. Mrs.
Rose Serkin. formally of Daytona
Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Marten Seigel of
New York were visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Ossinsky, the couple
were on there way to Miami on
their honey-moon.
PLAZA TO SHOW MAURICE
SCHWARTZ IN "TEVYA,"
"Tevya," one of the greatest
foreign films ever made, starring
the incomparable Maurice
Schwartz, will come to the Plaza
Theatre in Miami on Tuesday,
Jan. 30, for an indefinite en-
gagement. "Tevya," equipped
with English titles, is based on
the memorable Yiddish .stage play
of the same name by Sholem
Aleichem which supplied Maurice
Schwartz and his Yiddish Art
Theatre troupe with one of their
greatest successes of their career
Mr. Schwartz has prepared the
screen version, and aided greatly
in directing the film. He plays
the title role .and is assisted by
the leading players of the Yid-
dish theatre, comprising such Yid-
dish Art Theatre favorites as
Miriam Riselle, Rebecca Wein-
traub, Leon Liebgold, and Julius
Adler. Sholem Secunda, of "Bei
Mir Bist Du Schein," has fash-
ioned the lilting, incidental mu-
sical score.
"Tevya" is the study of the
simple man, with a love for learn-
i ing and an uncanny genius for
! misquoting the scriptures. A uni-
\ versal character, he might well
be an American farmer or an
Irish dairyman. The film is one
of the most elaborate Jewish
! productions to date, and recently
Ion Broadway, where it broke all
! box offiec records for a foreign
I film, "Tevya" was acclaimed by
1 press and public as "the greatest
j Yiddish film ever made." Though
'filmed on Long Island, the film
captures the full spirit of the
pre-war Ukraine.
Maurice Schwartz, noted Jew-
ish actor, will be in person oi
the stage of the Plaza Theatre,
Miami Beach, Tuesday, January
30th at the 9 o'clock show.
Give but for the Grace :
God it Might Have Been YOU!
Rural Rube is -till champion of the
world if West Flagler Kennel Club
fun- have anything to say about it.
Although the great son of My Lad-
die was beaten in his first two starts
of the meeting by General Manager,
Rural Rube came out in his third start
hacked down as the favorite and
whistled around the track so fast that
he almost burned the top soil off the
raring strip.
Rural Rulx- covered the 5/16th mile
course in 31 2/5 seconds lo defeat
one of the greatest field of greyhounds
ever assembled on a dog track in
America and came within 2/5 of a
' second of his own world record. Rural
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o re FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE SOCIETY RECUPERATING FROM ILLNESS Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank and family have recovered from an illness and are now all right. MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED Miss Ruth Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller of 404 S. W. 9th Ave., Miami, was married to Mr. Earl Schapero of Detroit, Mich., on Sunday, January 14, at the Hotel Evans. A dinner and reception followed the wedding ceremony. • • VISITS HERE Mr*. Nathan Goldberg, winter visitor to Miami, from Ni'W York, is \i>iting in Miami with her sister, Mrs. Morris Shapiro, and will remain here until Mareh. will decide whether the compoout of those orders to their full sition of the Judenrat is accept-! etxent. All Jews and Jewesses able. The Nazi authorities remust obey the prov j 8 j ona con serve the right to change the composition of the Judenrat and i seat new persons if they so wish. provisions tained in these orders." "S i g n e d General-Governor "Fifth paragraph: "The Judenrat is obligated through its head or through his substitute to accept the orders of the German authorities and is responsible for the carrying Frank." COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE STARTS JANUARY 29 The second annual appeal for funds for the nineteen agencies of the Dade County Community Chest is being organized in readiness for the opening on January 29, according to James Donn, general campaign chairman. The 1940 goal has been set at $295,000, which is some $G0,000 more than was raised last year, the total then being $253,000. "Agencies have done a wonderful job this year on much, less than they thought was a mimimum and they need additional finances to do a better job in 1940," Mr. Donn told leaders at the opening meeting of the campaign workers. The nineteen agencies included in the Chest are the Children's Home Society of South Florida, Salvation Army, Y.W.C.A., Y.M.C.A., Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts of America, Catholic Welfare Bureau, Jewish Welfare Bureau, Travelers Aid Society, Day Nursery, Social Service Exchange, Children's Service Bureau, American Children's Home, Miami Seaman's Institute, Society for the Hard of Hearing, Negro Welfare Bureau and the Family Service JUDGES IN AZA'S ANNUAL ESSAY CONTEST LEFT TO RIGHT: Louis Kraft, executive director of the Jewish Welfare Board; Mrs. Judith Epstein, former national president of Hadassah; and Sholem Asch, world-famous novelist, who comprise the national board of judges for the 13th annual English essay contest of Aleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith's youth organization. The subject of this year's contest is "The Jewish Community of Today and Tomorrow in North America." Bureau. In the Family Service Bureau are eight organizations which recently were consolidated. They are Dade County Milk Fund, Milk Fund of Greater Miami, Shadows and Sunbeams, Coral Gables, Coconut Grove and" South Miami Welfare Board, Little River and Northwest Welafre Board, South Dade Welfare Board, Opalocka and Vicinity Welfare Board and the Miami Beach Welfare Board. Decree Text A Bis Show A Bisger Cause Get Your Tickets Now NICK KENNY S CAVALCADE OF STARS Benefit Y. M. H. A. Saturday Midnight Jan. 27 PLAZA THEATRE MIAMI BEACH WITH 0 HARRY RKHMAN o GEORGE JESSEL o ABE LYMAN o JOE E. LEWIS o JACK DEMPSEY AND 30 OTHER STARS OF STAGE, RADIO AND SCREEN For Rn.rv.Hom C.II 3-4019, 3-3940 Safeway Driving School 208 Postal Bldg. Learn to Drive Expertly Scientific Methods Trained Instructon Dual Control Car-. Phone 3-6060 *• %  '" 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. Dr. Benjamin L. Goldstein of Now York City, and formerly of Miami liearh, is now located at 1138 W. 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r i PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, lQJo y-^a-ggy-g 1 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES j /Jj RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor r. Wolf-on igi\ing thiwinter on The Phil phj of Spino/a. \ full hmir after the lei Innwill be devol Open Forum discussion. All ai come. ill INSTALL OFFICERS The National President of tin | ,,. die-' Auxiliaries, Jewi-h War Veterans of the United Stale-. Mi-. Frances Brams of Newark. N. J.. will arrixe in Miami Sunday al .">:30 al tin -, j. board Air Line R. R. Mi— Braininow on a tour of all Southern -t,i' ., visiting all Ladies Auxiliaries an.I in. -tailing all new officerfor I'M" \t the -amitime, -he will acquaint .ill groupwith the aimand purpn%  of the Jewish War \ eteran-. and program mapped out for the coining year. She will arrive in lime In a|. tend the Installation Banquet to be held al n IV M. al the Evans Hotel, Siinda\ evening, January 21-1. .-lie will al-o attend and direct the meeting of the toadies Auxiliarj M m%  lay night al the Beth David Vu i il in. January 22ml. Tur-ikit a bun In eon will In' tendered her al L.iu I, cob-on'Cafe. ^1 i*— Bramplai In remain in Miami for a week which -In-will pay a \i-it In the VeteranHospital at Ray PineI., ilitribute giftto the disabled Veterans. At the same lime -he will make all effortto form a Ladies Auxiliarj in Tampa. charged person, attend. VISITING II W \\ \ Mr. Al Berkowitz left Miami for Havana, Cuba, where he will vi.-il for ten days. FINE SADDLE HORSES Special RidingInstruction Moonlight Hides Riding from 7 A. M. to 3:30 P. M. North Miami Riding Academy "~~o N. K. Clh Ave. Phone 7-2U22 ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION _/r t/t r /tr. A ,/lrtt/to 320 N. E. FIRST STREET Catering to the Discriniiaaiins since 1925 COLUMBUS HOTEL PHONE 2-8471 'j MUM I AND THE BEACH £>unf/t<'>tt -/nf/iu /HtVlS • AT BOTH STOICS. MIAMI AND TNE SfACH HE!NZ,VEGETARIAN SOUP has the home-made taste because it's made the home way. It's a delicious blend of gardenfresh vegetables, brewed in small batches. Approved by THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA T/ie seal of approval it on the front of the red label. 16 Full ounces of Soup Nothing to add! NOT a condensed soup. RETAINS All CF THE ORIGINAL FLAVOR nmm FOODS \ OUBSTS A T YOUR 7AIIE F O R^ fjT" !" ^ REV. J. MALEK Experienced MQH EL PHONE 2-0828 300 N. W. 16th Ave. DOROTH KOSHER ZION SAUSACxE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meats DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN Now Obtainable Everywhere in Florida SPECIAL DRY-SKIN MIXTUR B Less than x 'i price lor a limited time only, so stock up lor the Season nowl A wonderful. lubricating; night cream that helps keep your skin pliant, so t** : can lace the sun and wind with abandon I MIAMI ST..III-:. HTHKKT KUH.H *LLlM



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE 1 Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. MIRON) P**O I. i s WAR NOTES If you're one of those optimistic souls who think the war over 1 in Europe is gradually petering out, take a squint at the President's new budget as submitted to Congress You'll see that official Washington is expecting the worst The first real battles, it is believed, will have the Balkans as their locale We hope you haven't missed the implications of the replacement of British War Minister Leslie Hore-Belisha by blue-blooded Oliver Stanley, son of the 17th Earl of Derby and long a member of the appeasement crowd Canadian newspapers, you should know, make no secret of the fact that it was because of his Jewishness that Hore-Belisha was let out They also indicate that before long friend Chamberlain may institute a special censorship for Jewish newspapers Usually soldiers in the field are sufficiently pepped up with patriotism to make it unnecessary for war propaganda to be carried on among them ... But not so in Naziland One of Gabby Joe Goebbels' chief jobs is to drum the nobility of Nazi war aims intol the troops at the front And if you ,;,. rli ,. Schaff, Thelma Kronenfeld, Ida want to' know what his war propaganda is like we'll tell you \ ghafer, Josephine Ruin, Harriet Damthat the Nazi broadcasters have been informing their people j eM tein, Shane Levensohn and out that Americans believe that the Athenia was sunk on orders j president, Jeanetta Kronenfeld, who issued by Winston Churchill ... The Czechs, who commute the weak point of Hit!er*s empire just as they helped wreck the Hapsburg realm, have plenty of reason to be sore at Germany ... But what annoys them most of all is that German visitors who come into their country eat up the good food for jre .mil .r with the ktod of wo* which Czechoslovakia has long been famous, and which of Ida £ or Junior a ^ Junior Hadassah By Elsie Kronenfeld % %  Since the founding <>f Junior Hadassah there has been the criticism ihai our organisation does not stress or teach Americanism. This belief is untrue. We, of Junior Hadassah, realize iliat to be pood Zionists we must first l' pood Americans. Last Friday night waa proof of this statement. All through the services that wc conducted at Belli David we intoned over and over the neeil for loyal, broadminded and intelligent Americanism. Of course the need for help in Palestine is great. We know it—hut if we are to help we must have a sound fill lire. A future that is fearless. To he loyal we must he respected and to he respected wc must respect ourselves. Since this is true il was with pride that ten of our girls walked up the platform and faced the altar. Elsie Kronenfeld read the opening prayer, followed by llorten-e kat/. gave the sermon. The evening servics were elnsed with the lieneiliition (liven hy Ida. We don't have lo mention how nice it was because most people course, Nazis could not get at home HERE AND THERE Look for startling revelations on the identity of the Bund higher-ups, the big business men and even religious leaders who have been supplying the Kuhn outfit with the wherewithal for its un-American activities lames Wheeler-Hill,Who long served as the Bund's national secretary, is now prepared to tell all %  Blanca Holmes, Hollywood star-gazer, insou, expression on the faces of the youngsters who surround the veteran Zionist leader a> he inspects the new outpost. Night Phojie 7-203$ Phone 2-4918 OLIN'S RENT A GOOD CAR! U DRIVE IT 2900 N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami, Fl. So that Others May Live GIVE! MIAMI kl V€kS i D€ m$ mo R i A i (JIA.vt i(On>o'ie NEW YORK 1236 .WASHINGTON /. VENUE PHONE 5-7 7 77 A Jewish Funeral Homc'In'Miami Beach Ojr exoiriei:; of ttyctri of Service to OJisJx, Cruervative and Reform Jewry is your assurance of strict compliance with every Jewish ritual CHARLES ROSENTHAL EDWARD ROSENTHAL MORTON ROSENTHAL Ixnown from coast to coast for its uniform quality ana delicious flavor. BURNETTS PURE VANILLA WOLPERT s FURNITURE! BARGAINS! 'We Refuse To Be UhdeTsoTd" 155 W. FLAGLEJM5.T. PHONE 3-4132 a#-ijK %  ^ is Give — but for the Grace of God it Might Have Been YOU!



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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 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—-1265 S30 N. E. Slat St.—2-54l MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both of the Rabbis will be in the Temple every morning. You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewis community, or yur personal problems. Tou will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in strict confidence. CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. SABBATH EVE SERVICES Friday evening, January 19th at 8:15 P. M. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will deliver the sermon "The 1 • • ri and i>hort Way in Government." Rabbi I olmaii A. Zwilman will conduct the services. A reception for members of the Congregation and for visitors follows the services on Friday evenings under Sisterhood sponsorship. RECEPTION The Sisterhood committee, headed by Mrs. B. \T. Slote, urges the members of the Temple, as well as the mrnibcrs of the Sisterhood, to be present Sunday evening. January 28th at the reception honoring Rabbi and Mrs. CalmU A. Zwitman. The reception will be held in Kaplan Hall betwen the hourof 8 and 11 P. M. SABBATH MORNING SERVICES Saturday morning January 20th at 11 A. M. services will be conducted by both Rabbis with the participation of Mr. Max Orovitz and Mrs. B. E. Bronston. Mrs. Julius Simpson will be hostess on Monday, January 22nd, at her home on Rivo Alto Island, Miami Beach to one hundred ladies for the benefit of the Temple Israel Sisterhood. Guests are asked to l>e present at 1 o'clock for the luncheon which will precede the inah Jong, bridge and bingo games. IN MEMORIAM "May the father of peace send peace to all who mourn and comfort tin' bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Minnie Feldnian. mother of Mrs. William Feldnian and Mrs. Max Solomon. Yahrzeits: Abraham F.ngler. husband of Mrs. A. Engler and father of Mrs. Leonard Epstein: Nathan VTaxman. father of Mrs. Benj. LeiVne; Joseph Perlman. father of Mr. F. A. Perlman: Harry Eddy Bowman, brother of Mrs. Damenstein: Betty Hoffman, mother of Mrs. J. H. Kaplan: Joseph Lipsitz. father of Mrs. Elry Stone: and Johanna ScbloM Frank, mother of Mrs. Meson. Daytona Beach NOTES WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB by Anita Greenspan. On Saturday. Dec. 30, 1939 Si I ney Marvin Schwartz*.son of Mrami Mrs. M. Schwartz of liridceport, Conn., was confirmed at a Bar-Mitzvah Service i" Temple 1-rael of Daytona Beach. Rabbi Bogner officiated at the services ami addressed the Bar-Mitzvah. At the conclusion of the service, a Kidd ush was served in the vestry of the Temple by the grandmother, MrsB. Sherman of Daytona Beach. BNA1 BRITH NOTES At a recent meetintr of the Judah P. Benjamin lodge tlic following were elected officers. President. Louis Ossinsky; Vice-President, Dr. M. B. Seltzer; Secretary. Simon Heed; Treasurer. Jules Nass. The New Years Eve dance held at the Daytona Beach Country Club was -i huge success. Over eighty couples attend d, In charge "t tin 1 affair were Wm. Sirkin. Sam Greenspan, ami Al. Rutberg. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs Harry Pepper on the occasion of their wedding anniversary; Sylvia A^rr--.. Helen YVasserman, Louis Ossinsky, Jr., Naomi ami Selma Sussman Jeanette Tebels who will observe their birthdays 111 i — month. YAHRZEITS TO BE OBSERVED Mother of Mrs. Lowenstein, Jan. 13. Father of Mr. (leorge Liebman, Jan. 15. Father of Mr, Sam Dobrow, Jan. 23. Daughter of Mr. J. Tcictelman. Feb. 4. Father of Mr. Simon Reed. Feb. 4. 1 lue to the increase in attendance the bi-monthly liible class conduct-| ed by Rabbi Boyncr will meet in the class room at the Temple instead of the Rabbi's home every second ami fourth Wednesdays. The Sunday school staff welcomes into its ranks MisCecily Twelvetrees ami Miss I'.loisc JacobsThe new year saw a new set o( officers installed in Temple Israel l>\ the Rabbi. Those elected were: I'rcs.. Louis Ossinsky; NicePres., Jules Nass; Sect. Lou Roe'y; Treas.. Jacob Ginsberg; Trustees, Jack Ossinsky. Sam l>. ibrow anl Louis Goldman. The Rabbi and President of the Sisterhood were Invited to serve on the Board of Direct, irs. Mrs. Samuel Coskoff of Toronto Canada, is the house guest of Dr and Mrs. M. I!. Seltzer. Mr. Seltzer and Mrs. Coskoff wire cowelfare workers in the Toronto Community Center. Expected home from the University of Florida are Jacob Henry Adler. David Marks. Kmanuel Lev enson. and Herbert Sussman. Visiting from New York are MrsA. BoKner and Mrs. M. I.ipschitz whom are visiting Rabbi and Mrs S. Bogner. Mr. William Serkin has left for New York on account of the critical illness of his mother. Mrs. Rose Serkin. formally of Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Marten Seigel of New York were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ossinsky, the couple were on there way to Miami on their honey-moon. PLAZA TO SHOW MAURICE SCHWARTZ IN "TEVYA," "Tevya," one of the greatest foreign films ever made, starring the incomparable Maurice Schwartz, will come to the Plaza Theatre in Miami on Tuesday, Jan. 30, for an indefinite engagement. "Tevya," equipped with English titles, is based on the memorable Yiddish .stage play of the same name by Sholem Aleichem which supplied Maurice Schwartz and his Yiddish Art Theatre troupe with one of their greatest successes of their career Mr. Schwartz has prepared the screen version, and aided greatly in directing the film. He plays the title role .and is assisted by the leading players of the Yiddish theatre, comprising such Yiddish Art Theatre favorites as Miriam Riselle, Rebecca Weintraub, Leon Liebgold, and Julius Adler. Sholem Secunda, of "Bei Mir Bist Du Schein," has fashioned the lilting, incidental musical score. "Tevya" is the study of the simple man, with a love for learni ing and an uncanny genius for misquoting the scriptures. A uni\ versal character, he might well be an American farmer or an Irish dairyman. The film is one of the most elaborate Jewish productions to date, and recently Ion Broadway, where it broke all box offiec records for a foreign I film, "Tevya" was acclaimed by 1 press and public as "the greatest j Yiddish film ever made." Though 'filmed on Long Island, the film captures the full spirit of the pre-war Ukraine. Maurice Schwartz, noted Jewish actor, will be in person oi the stage of the Plaza Theatre, Miami Beach, Tuesday, January 30th at the 9 o'clock show. 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r PAGE SIX TKB WMH FLORTDIAJf FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1940 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) + Louis Hayman will be in charge of the musical part of the program. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the Subject, "NEW LAMENTATIONS." 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, R-ibbi— 497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTION Junior Congregation: The services of the Senior and Juniors conducted by the Junior Congregation take place every Saturday morning at 10:30, Harold Shapiro, Albert Eskanazi and Herbert I.I.I/I ruff are in charge of the services. Vi e are bapGive 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. 2-7233 IN ORLANDO ITS THE EL CHICO CAFE (On the Ave:.ue) Special Menu for Late Parties OPEN ALL NIGHT Chico-Chich Served at the CURB ONLY 496 N. Orange Ave. (At Amelia) ORLANDO • PERMANENT CALENDAR Daily services at 7 a. mand Friday evening 8:15. Sabbatb "Wvices, Saturday 8:30 a. m. I-ate Friday evening services. Friday evening 8:15. Junior service*. Saturday 10:30 a. ir. Hebrew School. 3:15 to 0:15 p. m. Sunday School "unday 10:00 a. m. Bar-Mitzvah Group, Sunday 9:00 a. m. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES The members of the Junior Hadassab conducted a splendid service last Friday evening at the Synagogue. Mid Jeanette Kronenfeld spoke on behalf of the Hadassah. This coming Friday evening Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduet the services, and Cantor Louis Hayman, accompanied by the Beth David Choir will rhant the prayers. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject, "A NEW PEACE CONFERENCE." The "Oneg Shahhos" and social hour will take place in the auditorium after the services. Mr. and Mrs. I.-ador Langner will serve as hostl in honor of their wedding anniversary. py to note that the attendance is rapidly increasing from Sabbath to Sabbath. A "Kiddtish" is given in the auditorium immediately after the Benediction, under the chairmanship of Mrs. J. L. Harts. Har-Miiziah Group: The Bar-Milsvah group n t every Sunday morning from to 10 under the direction of Louis Gadon boys of 12 and over are eligible to attend. The hoyire taught the melodicfor the different TAHRZEITEN The following "Yahrzeiten" will he observed during this III. mill of "Slubat." "The Anniversary Candle" i.IO be lit the evening before the English data mentioned, and the "Haddish" begins that same evening until sunset of the day mentioned. The names of the beloved ones who are inscribed in the "Memory Book of Life" are mentioned from the Pulpit the Friday evening preceding the "Yahrzeiten" which are observed the following wek: Chiam Shloma, brother of Daniel Sepler, January 11th. Yehuda Laeb. father of Mrs. Francis Warshoff, January 12th. Anna \\ eintraub, mother of Joe W i inn .mil. January Kith. Moshe, father of \\ illiam Friedman. January 15th. Kav Mordechai Laeb. father of i Meyer Schwartz. January 16th. Yaakov, father of Norman Rossman, 1 January 16th. Rivkah, sister of Florence Seitlin, January 17th. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION j Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi i>i:.". Mlchlcau Avenue %  pin.ne 6-1828 MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor 71U Michigan Avenue 'l'lioue &-2U13 I SYNAGOGUE SEK\ ICES Shachriss: Daily from 7:00 and 8:00 IM RIM BALL DATE SELE( TED Sunday night. March 2th, li.ibeen A. M., Saturday at 7:00 and 9:00 \. M. selected at the dale for our llili an. Minrha: Daily from 5:15 P. M. Inday and Saturday at 5:15 P. M. Maariv: Daily at 6:10 P. M.J Saturday at 6:20 P. M. Shaloi-h S'oodoss: Saturday at 5:30 P. M. Rabbi Mseheloff will speak on the "Portion of the Week. nual Purim Ball for th>' benefit of our congregation. Remember the date. Detailin later issues of the lln|{. IDIAN. "Portion! of Law." Sunday Schools A unique program Yisroel Hershel, father of Adolpl is being arranged for the assembly Haimes, January lKlli. this coming Sunday under the direrRae/.cl. mother of lion of Harold Shapiro. A "Sham i-hoOser-B'Shvat" program will be presented in the assembly. Parentare asked to \i-it with us from 11:30 to REFUAH-SHLAEMA Ma) the Almighty grant an inunediDora Cohen, Januar) 22ml. Leah Raeza, mother of II. Rayvis, January 21>t. Moshe Zaev. ton of Louit Markoand over are welcome. witz, January 23rd. Eli\ohu. father of Herbert KleinFRIDAY NIGHT FORUM "Why Wander?" will be the subject of Rabbi Mescheloffs lecture this Friday night. The service begin.promptly at 8:30. To be a-Mired of -catconic at 8:00 P. M. Cantor Manicluwill lead in the ringing. The Rabbi will preach on '"Our Raggage" during the Sabbath morning -•TV ice. The cantor will rhant the services. SCHOOL ASSEMBLY The following took part in last week'a Religious School Assembly program. Sunday at 11:30: Charlotte Safra, Edna Horowitz, Sheila Margo, Murry Koretaky. Miss Leah Simerick will return to her Sunday morning class thicoming Sunday. During her absence the i Ian .ibad by her lister, Misi Anne Simerick, MINMON AIRES The Minnionaires will conduct their usual service Sunday morning at :00 A. M. which is followed h> a communal breakfast for all the boys. | Their meeting will be held at 7:00 I P. M. Wednesday night. Boys, 13 ate cure to the second vice-prc-ident an. January 23rd. of our Sisterhood, Mrs. Isador I.aligner. We trust that she will he with us in the near future and continue her fine work. CONGRATULATIONS We extend our "Mozel-Tov" to Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller on the marriage of their daughter last Sunday. May joy and happiness he with them constantly. We extend our felicitations to Jeanuary 27th. Clieka. mother of Mr. Hilman. January 2.ith. Yltxcholt, father of David Brown. January 25th. Do\id. brother of Mrs. Joe Fine and Albert Quadow. Ahron Shloma. husband of Ida Marcus, January 25th. Sorah Hayleh. mother of S. J. Pallott, January 27th. Esther, mother of Jacob Slier, JanAFFILIATED CKOl PS The A. /. A. meets every Sunday at 7:30 P. M. Ain.rii anisatlon classei every Monday and Wednesday at 8:30 P. \l. Hoy Scout Troop Tuesday at 8 on P. M. Council of Jewish Juniorevery other Tuesday at 8:30 P. M. Pioneer Women every other Wed nesdaj at 8:00 p. \|. Young Judeans every Thursday al B:00 P. M. Junior Pioneer Women every Thursday at 8:00 P. M. Sisterhood the first Monday in each month. Mizrachi the fir^-t Saturday night ette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kronenfeld. and Herbert Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Simon, at their engagement which was held recently. We wish them both happiness for the future. liiiiin. father of Sol. Rotfort. January 28th. Chayim, father of B. L. Leff, February 1st. Chaya Molka, mother of Mohilner Family, February 2nd. RADIO HOUR Tziporah, mother of Mr-. Kate Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the Markowitz, February 4th. Radio Hour over WIOD this Sunday Menasche, father of Isador and afternoon from 3 to 3:30. Cantor David Kaplan, February 7th. a >9i )& ? ^ t> •cvrs. Aeuud Alka-Seltzer And Thoy Say It With a Smile! Do the members of YOUR family say this? If not, perhaps it is because you have never given Alka-Seltzer a thorough triaL All over the world people who have used Alka-Seltzer are enthusiastic in its praise. If Alka-Seltzer is as good as we say it is, you want it in your medicine cabinet; if it is not, it won't cost you a penny. We will refund the purchase price to any new user who is not entirely satisfied. Your family may need Alka-Seltzer sooner and more often than you think. Our guarantee of satisfaction or money refunded ,', t covers its use in all conditions listed be\v.^. low. Gas on Stomach, Add Indigestion, Heartburn, "Morning After", Muscular Pains, Neuralgia, Headache, Distress of Colds, as a Gargle In Minor Throat Irritations. Alka-Seltzer II sBANOTH Mrs. Herbert S. Goldstein was the guest of honor at a special meeting held Monday night at the home of the sponsor, Mr-. M. Me-ebeloff. An inlere-ting meeting waheld followed *> %  **ch Hebrew month. by the singing of songs and the servt — ing of refreshments The many f ,, em|s of Mf „ A second scholar,!,.,, for the HeR j.,,,,,^ prc sU ent of our ^ drew teachers I raining N'hool was o rpiratinn u-ill I.. %  i .. „ ,, .. ^rc-ation will be jrlad to learn pledged by the group. Mrs. (...Id-ten, th-it ho ..„ i v.; e i ._ mat ne and hisfamily have recovered from a serious illness and he is once more wth us at the synapotfue. gave a most inspiring and beautiful address which thrilled all the girls. The next meeting will be again held at the home of the sponsor, and will be in the form of a Chamisho Ossor B'Shavat celebration. MIZRACHI WOMEN Women members of the Miami Beach Mizrachi and their friends are invited to a special meeting at the synagogue Monday afternoon at 2:00. An interesting program has been prepared. Help FEDERATION — HELPS YouUMBRELLA SERVICE STATION UMBRELLA OARAGE PHONE 5-1505 1600 Alton Road—Miami Meacr. PHONE 5-7707 M0.) 20th St. — Miami Beach SERVICE THAT SATISFIES Give More — the Needs Are Greater! INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS DUDE FEDERAL sq vines nno Lonn nssocinTion OF mmmi 45 N. E. First avenue at the corner of First street LOW COST LONO TERMS Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1940 -S* as THE JEWISH FLORID] AN PAGE SEVEX MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBFi, RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:46 p< m. Friday evening services, 5:30 p. m. Shabbes: 9 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset. RELIGIOUS FORUM A ino-i vital current problem will InIIM-object nf Rabbi Kellner's disruuion ihi> Friday evening at 8:30 P M. at the Religious Forum, speaking > Bfi g^ON^ i** 6* ite FII1E BUTTER. AT YOUR GR0CER5 BUTTER J • • Sold Only In Packages .., Never In Bulk From the Tub TK Wr.pp... nd Csrton^rWt the Deliciou., Rich Flivpi fimii serious injury in a recent accident and we hope for his speedy and complete recovery. M VZEL T< >Y N We are happy to congratulate Mr. and \lr-. Raymond Kassin upon the birth of their little daughter and we pray that they will raise her amidst joy I.'Cliupab Ulainassim Tovim. Ml/|{\( III AFFAIRS \\ c are plea>e(l to recommend two forthcoming Mi/.raihi function.-. One ithe Melave Milk. Ii which will take place this Saturday night at 8:30 I'. \1. in the V. M. II. A. This affair will lie free and will he in honor of Mr. Joseph Margoshes, venrable Jewish journalist. We -trough urge our members to reserve the night of Sunday, Januar) 28th for tinMizrachi lecture and concert which will take place in our Synagogue. It will he the first time that Itahbi II. I.ook-tciu. noted Mizrachi leader will Inheard ill this area. CHEVRAH MISHNAYOS Our Mishnayot group meets daily and is gradually increasing in attendance and importance. We take this means of thanking our dear friend and member Mr. Louis Block of 1643 S. \T. 7th St., for higift of several sets of Mishnayos hooks to ; our Chevrah. HABONIM The Hahonim unit of Miami meetweekly on Thursday afternoons in our Synagogue. The group also foregathers every Sunday morning at 9 A. M. in our S>nagogue for purposes of worship and study. After tinservice! breakfast iserved to those attending. The Rehbet/.en served breakfa-t lu-t Sunday and Mrs. \dnlph Adler will be host next Sunday. MIZRACHI ACTIVITIES ANNOUNCED The Mizrachi District of Greater Miami will hold a gala Melave Malkeh Saturday evening January 20lh %  • tinY. M. H. A. at 8:30 P. M. honoring Mr. Joseph Margo-hes, noted Jewish writer. Out of town guests who will he present are: Kabhts II. I. Block of Jersey City: M. Oshhtsky of Pittsburgh! B. Margolli of Chicago: Mcir Freed of the Ye-hi\a College: Uri Feshin, and Baruch Shllchter of Palestine. A committee of the Ladies Mizrachi including Mesdames A. Sackowits, M. Kaken. J. Genersen, II. KopJEWISH NAVAL HERO INDUCTED INTO B'NAl B'RITH Captain Harry Badt (left), Commander of the L'.S-S. Tuscaloosa. the cruiser that rescued 576 members of the scuttled Nazi liner Colum" bus. being inducted into membership in B'nai B'rith in Washington by Maurice Bisgycr (right), secretary of B'nai B'rith, an old friend "i the Jewish naval officer, who made his first address before ;i visible audience to B'nai B'rith. pel and S. (.cltn.-r are in charge 01 arrangementand preparations. The first concert and lecture sponsored by the District will present Rabbi Joseph Lookstein athe guest speaker. Detailof the program will be announced in next week*issue. *— ——— Kosher Killed Chickens and Turkeys. Compare our Poultry j |g| Do You Own Your Home? There never wa a better tlm than njvw to bund ons and Prices at SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO. 317 N. W. Fifth Street j Rev. H. M. Kaftan is on duty every day. The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Makes R Possible (Jive me a call and T will Kindly help you to Bit the Beat i%  *olble information as to Its plan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Ins. Agency 1015 Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-3151 •:, DR. V. A. SP0T0 Dentist Announces the removal of his officei from the Unlversitj Clinic in (oral Gables to 12 S. E. First Ave. (Over Liggett*! Drag Store) Phone 2-3930 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" i


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PAGE FOUR T1TE JIWIM FLOTIDIAlf FRIDAY. JANUARY 19. ig 40 i wJewistii Flloiriidliigiin PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue r J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor =1 FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second class matter July 4, 19S0, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year Six Months 18.00 $1.00 B'NAI B'RITH ttjiiji NOTES by Harold Turk. I •MIHIIIHIIUIMHIIIIIinlllllUJIlUJ VOLUME 13 — NO. 3 JANUARY 19, 1940 When you B'nai It'rilli member* receive an invitation, in the form of u subpoena, to intend our annual Stag and Smoker, don't rash to the phone and rail your attorney for legal advice. But I do lagged that you immediately make a notation of the B'nai B'rith Slap and Smoker to lie held at the Atlantis Hotel. Wednesday night, January 2, at 8 P. M. The dote has lieen changed from January 23 to January 24 as the Atlantis was not availahle on the former date. The Committee in charge of the program for that night has gone out of its way to arrange for the hest entertainment availahle, with Nick Kenny as Master of Ceremonies. There will he miles of hot dogs served and plenty of heer anr other drinks and the price of admission is only your B'nai B'rith inemhership come early as only the first six hundred will he admitted bring prospective members with you and get THE Y. M. H. A NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) itumirtiiiiiiiimiiuiiiiMiiiiriiimimiiumtHiiiHiiMiiiin.ii" A TRIBUTE TO OUH CAVALCADE OF STARS I Taken from a Xeiespaper llem) JACK KOFOED The history of the Jew has been a tragic one. and never more so than "" mi ,i trillion to his persona] business, I', i. ty nearly every waking hour ol day goes into the details and nun. Dies of making "CAVALCADE OF STARS" a tremendous since--. Hum I; n liiii.i11. George Jestel, Nick h, nnv now. In Germany, Poland, Czcclmand other who are also doing Ihrir Slovakia, his property has been taken part, will get much more credit I r anil his person manhandled by Storm their efforts, but Robinson itinm.,. Troopers and Gestapo under Hitler's orders. Even in Italy, where there are a few Jews, anti-Semitism has struck, world are invaded, men beaten, families starved. It's a pretty picture that has been painted across the canvas of Europe—as foul a picture as the perverted artistry of the dictator.has been able to achieve. There are some among us here in America who believe in the ideology tivating force behind the scenes. 1 |i,stocky little banker is essential I v .1 modest man. He doesn't want am re. The hand of much of the ward, but the knowledge that In I turned agai.-nt him. Homes | done a good job well. It seems to me that "CAVALCADE OF STARS" is more important .11 gauge of American tolerance and understanding than as a benefit for (lie Y. M. H. A. In bulwarking our country against the hates and pn indices that are ruining the world, he should all stand shoulder to shoubli r of racial purity that is the bed-rock : This affair will bring tome We Cannot Fail Federation has prolonged its drive for another week. Pledges it the end of the set campaign conclusion fell short of the needed of minority persecutions. But, it is good to know that the average American is a tolerant man. In his ionto a Jewish organization but it ? implicationare a lot more Important, The whole thing proves we can live them to sign a membership slip while business associates regardless of race or religion. Catholic, Protestant and Jew have show n they can work and function together. On the night of Jan. 27 there will be added proof of this. A benefit ibeing held for the Young Men's Hebrew Association. It i> called "CAVALCADE OF STARS," and it is exactly that. Ever) famous star of screen. tacts with people he finds friends and ; together, and under-tand each other they're gouging those delicious hot dogs. We are pleased to announce that Brother Henry Mon.-ky. International President of B'nai B'rith and several members of the Supreme Executive Lodge are vi-iting with us on February 7, the regular B'nai B'rith meeting night, at Temple Israel. Planproves, too, as Robert Burns said .1 long time ago, "A man'.a man for that." The guinea stamp, or the lal 1 of race or religion can be ignored After all, we're traveling the la road that ends at the grave and ll doc-n't seem to be much sensi cutting each other's throats on tinway. So. let's all get back to this "1 v\amount-not a great deal at that Falling short of 1 coal in T "^ '" "" ,l,lil on -*' %  ""<' -"'I'" '" Miami will appear AI.CADE OF STARS." Not berai drive of this sort is nnthino „.,„,. .1 D-.i • V ra,,r,linarr '"' l ,, fU ,,,e rra>ion on the stage. it's a benefit for a Jewish Organ! attain L n T *"**"*. ""Usual Rather ,t >i unusual to Brother Abe Aronovitz has been Tber is no p.r-nnal advantage I. lion, but 10 show tba, here in Miami attain the quota in the prescribed period. Trying to impress us 1 appointed Direetor o with the full meaning of what failing to raise the amount set will anJ Rilual team and mean to our brethren in need is. surely not necessarv. We read and know about conditions affecting our fellow brethren today, but we cannot realize that such atrocities can and in our civilized world of today. are happening And vet we ki hut a fraction of the true goings on— untold suffering and unimaginable hardships our brethren must undergo. With the enthusiasm shown by the determined workers Clean I p" committee last Wednesday night and takin" into .... %  % %  % %  uiu taiting lino v... 11,. -.1.1. r,ruing, jauuurv t.i. ai mv -mall anil inconsequential Pirl i consideration that our dollars will aid more than thirtv eight > PM•• *•" will be a meting of helping "< \\ ILCADE OF STARS agenciet ...eluding some of our worthy local organizations, we' cannot—must not and will not—fail in putting "Federation" 'Over the Top!" f the Initiation he is arranging for robes and all of the other dressings to make the initiation a most impressive ceremony. All of those who have been admitted to the Lodge since the last initiation, together with all of the new applimantbetween now and February 7 will be initiated at the meeting. Vi e are trying to procure enough new members i-o that our roll will reach the thousand mark when Brother Monsky is with us. On Tin-day evening. January 2.1, at them. They don't need whatever publicity that will accrue. They're donat ing their servjees for a principle. Jew or Gentile, it doesn't matter. Here is a worthy cause, and its more worthy because those who help it stand as symbols for the tolerance without which these United Slates would never have been founded. They stand I urges e as a challenge, too, to the dictator naI desirous lions that say: "Be as we are, or perish" I'm not a Jew, but I'm willing to do my -mall and inconsequential part in we're all American-, grounded in ll e American principle. A broader application of it might help the world avoid the gutter for which it' aimed. Greater Miami, the first community in the United States to have its 1940 Campaign, will set an example that otl follow. may Council hews MIAMI SECTION NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN The National Council of Jewish Women Section will hold a special Board meeting Monday morning, January 22nd, 1940, at 10 o'clock at the Young Women's Christian Association. Miss Gertrude Pinsky, member of the National Staff will be present to consult with Board members. FORUM The regular Friday afternoon Forum will be held at the Evans Hotel, Collins Avenue and 10th Street, Miami Beach at 2 P. M. The guest speaker of the afternoon will be Mrs. Ethel Ernest Murrell, well known practicing attorney, author of legal textbooks, and newspaper columnist. Mrs. Murrell has recently returned from a national tour where she spoke on the Equal Rights Amendment under the sponsorship of the National Woman's Party. She is the sole repMrs. Heiman Trockman and daughter Shirley Ruth „f Evansville, Indicative of The World's Wom.n^s Ko^^tSht anT"ZS ^" Party who attended .he In. B !" nli „„„. J f .. "**"" nd "^"%  n-l.w. Labor Organization Conference in Havana in November. Mrs. Murrell's subject will be: The Comparison of the Position of Women under the Nazi, Communist and Democratic Governments. Mrs. Jesse Adler, former assistant prosecuting attorney of Cincinnati, will speak on Legislative Program of National Council of Jewish Women. Mrs. Adler enjoys the unique distinction of being the first mother to form a partnership in Law with her son, having received her law degree simultaneously with him. Mrs. I. M. Wcinstcin will present the study course; Robert Nathan, Master of Style and Mood. A musical program will conclude the afternoon. The public is invited. Admission 25c. the Executive Board of the Ladles Auxiliary at the home of its President, Mrs. Isaac Levin. All of the members of the Board are urged to attend, as ill is. meeting will be one of utmost importance. For this coming year B'nai B'rith is planning a program which seeks to make its activities more interesting and enjoyable to its members. It will require more work and cooperation than ever before. The success of B'nai B'rith depends on each and every one of you members as you are an integral part of the organization. Cooperate by procuring new members and offering your services on one or more of the committees. Communicate with Brother Abbott and tell him the committee you would like to serve on. to be a success. Some of the money tak.n in that night will go toward tinHome Camp which iconducted during the summer months wherein many Underprivileged children in thivicinity are given fresh air, sunshine. P. S. Our -inrerest thanks to vou Jack Kofoed for this splendid article. Herman W aistman. ticket chairman, h and every one of you of attending this giganti show to be held Saturday Midnil January 27lh, at the Plaza theatre, to place vour order for tickets nov,. Price of ticket.range from 12.00 to !10.00. -11 hurry and call in vour %  ervations bv phoning 3-1012 or 3-3'>lll. NEWS AROUND TOWN Our president, AI Pallot, narrow!) • -raped death la-t Friday when Inear acompletely demolished in an wholesome food and milk, play, and automobile accident while enrouti to culture. In all the stories that will be writDel.and, Fla. By the grace of I.ml Ini-till with us and resting from SOCIETY VISITING MIAMI Party who attended the International| Mr. and Mr^ M J. KoSX ILL IN HOSPITAL Mr. A. J. Tobin of the Seven Up Bottling Company, is a patient at the Victoria Hospital. PIONEER WOMEN TO HOLD PARTY Wednesday evening January 14th at 7 p. m. the Greater Pioneer Women's Organization will hold a Chamisho Osor B'shvat party at 418 N. W. 5th St. Various card games will be played and refreshments will be served. All member and friends are urged to attend as the proceeds will go ten about this "CAVALCADE OF 'he shock and seven stitches in hi-i STARS" the principal ballyhoo will forehead. Hurry and get well, Al. go to the men and women who draw AJTobin took ill suddenly and customers to the box office. But back Was taken to Victoria Hospital. of every successful effort of thisort Baron DeHirsch Meyer is reeupcrotarc quiet people who make the wheels ing nicely at the St. Francis Hospital go round. Their names are not | after a nervous breakdown. known. They don't get the credit due Manager Jack Apte of the Y. M. H. them. Most of them don't want ., But, it i, only right that the spotlight be turned on them for the initiative and effort that make such an event as this one possible. And in this case there are bows to be taken by a number of menMilch Wolfson, Al Pallott, Walter Jacobs, Herman Waitsman—lack of space prevents listing them all. But there must be space for Leo Robinson. Pretty nearly everyone in Miami knows Leo Robinson. He is a banker, and a good one, though for some time now he hasn't been paying much atA. Bowling League announces that a banquet will be held this Tuesday, January 23rd at Win. Penn dining room. Medals will be presented l Al Berkowitz' team, and special gift* to all the contestants. A good time is assured for next Tuesday, 8 P. M. Per Our Cavalcade of Stars.—In previous years we made the unfortunate mistake of billing many of the stars of stage, screen and radio whom W< were told would attend, and at the last moment something happened. ^ ell, this year you'll just have to attend and see for yourself. The installation banquet for newly elected offiecrs of Fred Markowitz Post, 174, Jewish War Veterans, will be held at the Hotel Evans on January 21, with many distinguished guests present, including public Commander Harry Zweitman, are Donald S. La Vigne, commander; William Baros, senior vice-commander; Nat Brown, junior vicecommander; Mrs. Fay Wolf, trustee; and Adolph Haimes, of1 SftV'J?!! day S P eakers w 1 towards the world refugees in! Jack Dempsey The new office^ T ? ***** PMUp8> £ Palestine. to he indnetli K x, fdlstnct a "orroy. and William I to be mducted by Nat.onal Vice | Pruitt, Miami attorney.



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$ £ wJewish Flondliiai in w VOL. 13 —No. 3 CoA,a/wwc 7/7A7C JliBwuslh annuity /# \II\MI. MOKIDA, IKIDAY. JAM \RY 1>, 1Q-W I'KICK 10 CE.NTS Federation Drive Extended As Pledges Reach $84,000 Spurred on by necessity of reaching their goal, and knowing that every dollar short will mean untold misery and often loss of life to the worthy recipients both here and abroad, more than 200 workers in the Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds 1940 Campaign, designated themselves as a cleanup committee pledged to contact all those not yet solicited in their drive to reach the goal of $109,850. Listening to talks by Stanley C. Myrs, president, and hearing messages from many others determined that the campaign should come to a successful culmination, and have unanimously decided to prolong the drive for another week to raise the additional amount needed. Pledge* announced to date total $81,300.80. A workers report meeting will be held Sunday morning in the Beth David Congregation in the main iynagogue at 10:10 A. \1. All workers are urged to be present. A.J.C. Celebrates Lengthy Service F. B. I. Seizes Anti-Semitic Plotters More than 1,000 persons attended the dinner which reviewed two decades of service to insure the equal and human rights of Jews, recalled that the American Jewish Congress was constituted during the last world war to •leal with the problems of the millions of Jews who were the double victims of war and oppression. Then the American Jewish Congress succeeded in bringing out the incorporation into the Peaco Treaties of the Minorities Rights Clauses, which as Senator Wagner recalled guaranteed not only to Jews but to all minorities "religious, cultural and political liberties of all minorities in the newly formed countries of Eastern Europe." The moral fibre of the western world will snap, Senator Wagner said, unless "in building a better world order on the wreckage oi the old, the moral force of powerful neutrals like ourselves is exerted toward a peace founded on the conception that there is room and opportunity on this earth for all mankind." It was urged by the Senators that while awaiting the day of peace to right the wrongs visited upon million of suffering Jews, the American people should take part in every humanitarian act in support of President Roosevelt for the help and rescue of refugees in flight from oppression. All emphasized the role of the immigrant in building up the greatness of the American Republic. NEW YORK (WNS)—Eighteen members of the anti-Semitic I Christian Front were arrested and | charged with plotting to overi throw the Goevrnnient of the United States. In announcing their arrest, J. Edgar Hoover, head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, said they had planned to start a reign of terror against the Jews, bomb private and public buildings, seize the nation's public utilities, capture the gold in the Federal Reserve Bank here, assassinate fourteen Congressmen and ultimately establish a dictatorship. More than half the men arrested are members of the New York National Guard, and it is believed that ammunition which Hoover found they had accumulated might have come from Nation Guard stores. The Rev. Charles E. Coughlin was placed in an embarrassing i position upon the disclosure of B'nai B'rith Smoker Wednesday The annual gala stag smoker sponsored by the local B'nai M'ritb Lodge will be held Wednesday evening, January 24lh at the Atlantis Hotel, 2655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, at 8:15 P. M. An interesting and entertaining program headed by Nick Kenny, well known columnist, will be presented. Refreshment! will be served. There is no admission charge. All members and male friends arc cordially invited to attend 'Cavalcade' Plans Near Completion llcginning at miilnite Saturday evening. January 27th at the I'la/.a Theatre. Miami Iteacb. the Fifth Annual Cavalcade of Stars sponsored by the Y. M. H. A. ami headed by Nick Kenny, will present a program of stars from virtually every night club in the Miami area as well as stage, radio and screen celebrities who are vacationing here. Harry Kirhman and George Jesscl will preside as masters of ceremonies during the evening. Every type of popular entertainment will be shown. A capacity audience is indicated according to advance ticket sales and all members and friends are urged lo make reservations immediately, by phoning the "Y," 3-4012, or 3-3940. ONLY HALF TOTAL 1939 IMMIGRATION OF 82,998 LISTED AS HEBREWS WASHINGTON (WNS)— J as. Italy Retains Anli-jVwish Laws ROME (WNS) — Informed quarters here observed a trend L. Houghteiing, Immigration Comtoward fair play in execution missioner, reported here that 82,of anti-Semitic legislation follow988 immigrants were admitted for in K a public reprimand of five the fiscal year ending June 30, members of the Chamber ot" 193!), and that there was only Fasces and Corporation for usa slight increase in visitors and > n K their positions to profit from transients, which, he said, disforced sa,e of J ew '*h enterprises. „„*-j • .i 4 • v Tne same source said that this counted "sensational stories of a ... ... ,. trend did not indicate a move "flood of alien visitors." Slightly toward mitigation of the antimore than half of the total were Jewish program launched by the listed as Hebrews by the ImmiGovernment in 1938. gration Bureau. The reprimand, specific order tel %  %  ,. of Premier Mussolini, was pubIn his annual report, Hough.. ,. „ „ • .. „,. lished m the fascist "Order of ing said: "It is clear evidence ,, „ „ the Day by National Secretary that sensational stories appearing Kttore Muti> wjth the explana in newspapers and magazines to tion that the Fascist officials had the effect that a flood of alien "demonstrated a lack of political visitors are being admitted to this J U(| snient by availing themselves country on anv sort of excuse of the l jresti >-' e endowed them as ... ... national councilors to protect the are not based on cold facts nor :_ &f _,,_., &f „, .. interests of competing commercial on the conscientious records of groups in the private sale of a a responsible government agency.' Jewish business. Nazis Commit I Horrible Atrocities PARIS (WNS)—The raping of: The bestiality of the Nazis has Jewish women by Nazi soldiers reached unbelievable extremes, and officers, the hanging of Jews Nazi so i diers an ,, officers amusa themselves by invading Jewish homes where they force mothers TEXT responsible for the carrying out the arrests .since leaders of the of the German orders to their OF FIVE-PARAGRAPH DECREE for' forty-eight nours, the deportation of thousands of Jews daily in sealed cattle ears and the bestial forcing of mothers to co-! t o cohabit with their sons and habit with their sons is described fathers with their daughters, The official text of a fiveparagraph decree, signed by Governor-general Frank, was received in Paris. It ordered the obligatory establishment of Jewish councils throughout occupied Poland; "in order that they be held in a hair-raising report received here from Lodz. This report, received from a very reliable source, reveals that all the Jews of Lodz were originally ordered to leave that area while the invaders stand by deriving sadistic pleasure from the horrible scenes. Other wild, inhuman acts which this highly reliable report from Lodz reveals, many oruereu lo leave mak area not later than Januarv 15. Nazi j bein K forced b y the N "P authorities, however, realizing thc *** '"habitants, are not ...... i,i • -ii printable. that this would be impossible, r Christian Front have consistently referred to him as "our leader." John F. Cassidy .described by | Hoover as one of the two prinfullest extent." The text of the decree reads: "First paragraph: "A Jewish representation should cipals in the group arrested, was be formed in every Jewish coman ardent follower of Father munity. Coughlin even before the radio priest became a national figure. "Second paragraph: "Each council ,to be called He was an organizer of the SoJudenrat, should be composed of cial Justice Leagune, composed j twelve persons in towns with a of neighborhooil groups of Coughpopulation up to ten thousand linites, and in organizing the, and of twenty-four persons in Christian Front here declared ^ cities where the population is over that it was dedicated to the j en thousand. These persons changed the expulsion date to March 1. Meanwhile, Gestapo agents con-i; tinued to jam thousands of Lodz; in S Nazi barbarism and the order The panic now prevailing among the Jews in Lodz as a result of the constantly increasJews daily into cattle trains routed to Cracow, Warsaw and Lublin. The Lublin Jewish community was ordered by the Gestapo to prepare barracks for fifteen thousand people. The deportation of the Jewish population from Lodz is officially explained by the Nazis as punishment for the refusal of the Lodz Jewish community to deliver Jewish women to the Nazi miliprinciples of "Social Justice" laid down by Father Coughlin. DR. WEIZMANN ARRIVES; WILL SPEAK IN COMMUNlL' TIES TROUGHOUT COUNTRY NEW YORK (WNS)— D r Chaim Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine and the World Zionist Organization .arrived here last week (January 12) on the Italian liner Rex for an extended tour of American cities with the purpose of rallying increased economic support of the Jewish homeland Meetings to be addressed by Dr. Weizmann have been arranged in many communities throughout the country. His first formal speech was made Tuesday (January 16) at a rally in Mecca Temple sponsored by the American Emergency Committee for Palestine Affairs. On Wednesday he spoke at a dinner arranged by the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Dr. Weizmann will be the principal speaker at the opening session o fthe seventh annual General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, to be held in Detroit on must be local residents and are tary brothels in Lodz Twenty(Continued on Page Five) Impressive Services Marks Unveiling In the presence of a large gathering the unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of J. Imn. Shochet, publisher and founder of The Jewish Floridian and active in all communal activities until his untimely death, took place last Sunday afternoon in January 27. Other speakers, lhp j ew j„h Section of the Woodla scheduled are Dr. Solomon Low(> lm ., er y. enstein .executive vice-president of the New York Jewish Federation and vice-chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee. The speakers are expected to present the latest developments on the effects of the year on overseas needs, Palestinian reconstruction and refugee activities. The impressive unveiling services were opened by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff who recited Moll Knosh followed by Ashrei Hoish by Cantor Maurice Mamches; I.est We Forget by Stanley C. Myers; a prayer by Rabbi Max Shapiro; eulogy by Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner; El Mole by Cantor Maurice Mamrhes; and psalm 24 and prayer by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitinan. four members of the Jewish community council in Lodz were arrested by Nazi authorities in connection with this refusal After several weeks' imprisonment they were released on December 28 and shipped in sealed cars to Cracow, seat of the Nazi Governor-General Dr. Hans Frank. Meanwhile, despite the Nuremberg laws on racial purity, Nazi soldiers and officers force Jewish women from their homes to the military trains where they are raped. The whereabouts of many remain unknown although a large number of them are known to be held imprisoned as white salves in military brothels. Jewish parents, horrified and anxious to protect their daughters from German soldiers, are sending them away to Warsaw and Cracow by every possible means. to leave Lodz by March 1, is described in the report as '•unimaginable." No knowing what will befall those who will not be able to move by March 1, many Jews seek safety in Warsaw, paying as high as 1,000 zlotys for B seat in a taxi to the former Polish capital which is only a 2-hour ride from Lodz. The fare by train from Lodz to Warsaw is only 10 zlotys. -., The Jewish community of Lodz, ordered by the Gestapo to clear the city of all Jews by March 1, is said to be unable to cope with the situation. 1.000 ATTEND 21ST ANNIVERSARY DINNER OF AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS; NEW YORK (WNS (—Three United States Senators. Robert F. Wagner of New York, Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky and Claude Pepper of Folrida, principal speakers at a dinner held at the Hotel Astor last Sunday to mark the Twenty-first Anniversary of the founding of the American Jewish Congress, join in agreement that America, though neutral, must exert its influence i n bringing about the restoration of rights and saving civ.lizatio.i from destruction in a war-torn world.