The Jewish Floridian

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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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VOL. 13 No. 4.
Cqmbmng T/he Jiewiislh HJinBlty
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MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26. 1940.
fit It*. Hi tr, V| S
Quota In Sigkt For
1940 Federation Drive
\- we go to pros the Greater
Miami Federation <>f Jewish Wel-
fare Funds is holding the lasl gen-
eral workers meeting of the pres-
ent l-W Campaign, Figures to be
announced an expected t.. pass the
(90,000 mark. Solicitations will be
abated until alter the Community
Chesl has completed its campaign
after which time the remaining
prospects will be contacted.
"It i- probable thai we will reach
our goal of $109,850," Mr. Stanley
I*. Myers, president, stated "as
there are sufficient people, who
have not yet contributed t" Federa-
tion t" enable us ti> achieve our
worthy and necessary undertaking-
There are many contributors t" oilr
last campaign who are temporary
nut of town or are incapacitated but
who have signified their willin mess
to make their contributions, These
contributors will ra>e the total very
close to the quota figure. Consider-
ing conditions prior to Federation's
organization less than 500 heads of
Jewish families contributed to Jew-
ish causes. In Federation's first
campaign more than 1600 family
heads contributed and this year
there are more than 2000. Prior to
Federation's existence approximate
money given to Jewish causes totaled
125.000 and this year more than
$90,000 will br distributed. Realiz-
ing the tremendonsincreasewe were
faced with, 1 foci that Federation
lias made preat progress in this, its
second year of existence."
Sufficient praise cannot bi given
t,. our tireless band of w- rkers who
. Ifishly of them- eh 15, The
Campai n was piloted by Baron de
11 g h V r> <. wh i bi '" ht last
\, r's di iv e a successful cot
sion.
Rabbi Lookstein To
Address Miamians
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
PLEDGES AID
In a siat. inenl by I. f.. Minister,
president of the Greater Miami
1 uMi Cemetery \- ri ition, stat-
ing thai hi n alized ihe great nc*d
(.i the goal bein reached and that
all c rganizations, if able shoul I
' i immediate sacrifice t i aid. has
pledged his i it mi/ation conttHbu*
lion of $1500 when Federation con-
i: ibutions a egati tin I 'tal of
$98500. totaling $100,000 towards
the goal.
REVEAL CASSIDY TRIED TO
DESTROY CHRISTIAN FRONT
MEMBERSHIP
APPLICATIONS
New York (WX'S). According t.
information recei.cd from The
Hour, a new- Uttei published by the
Vmerican Council Vgainst Nazi
Propaganda, an attempt was made.
mimdiatcly before the arrests ol
John Cassidy and 16 other Christian
r'ronters, to destroy all membership
ipplications ol the Brooklyn Chris-
tian Front.
The Hour report reveals that im-
ncdiatcly befo, e the arn i>ts. a
neeting "i Ihe Christian Frunl was'
calkd b> Cassidy in Prospect Hall.
Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparently tipped
off that something was about to
happen (although not realizing how
soon), he made an important an-
nouncement at the meeting: that all
membership applications of the
Brooklyn Christian Front were to
be destroyed. The members at the
meeting could, he said, come up and
claim their application forms, which
were on file. He declared that the*
were free cither to retain .>r to de-
stroy the applications; that every-
one had to decide this question lor
himself; but thai on Februarj 2 all
(the unclaimed applications would be
destroyed by fire. The purpose of
returning such applications, and of
lestroying those remaining in Cas-
sid* 's hands. as ti > a\ oid the i -
sibility of letting the inf' rmatii n i-
o tin \.i 't number and identity of
Christian Fr< mt i bcrs fall int
the hands I th Government.
Tin li i f i if the Christian I
ally anxii >us to a\ oid
the | o.. Ability of (1 the
th i Christian Front
niembei n hi i v i re ei ol
the Federal. State and N'ew >.
City [overnmPnts.
Cassidy also explained it the
mi tin i' i! in ordct I binder an
fntui i im e lion b; thi uthori
tics, no signature of a member
would from then on be required bj
the Christian Front, except on the
individual's own membership card.
v\ hich w mid, if c< nirse bi his w n
inal property-
It has not yet been determined
whether or nol Cassid) bad time be-
fore bis arrest t destrov or hid*
their old cards and unclaimed ap-
' IIS.
ly m nm_. January 28th. at
- 'i thodox Congregation. 151? S. \\ REPORT SPREAD OF TYPHUS
' Y' Stages Annual
Cavalcade of Stars
3rd St., Miami, Rabbi Joseph II
l.oi kstein. noted lecturer, will make
his first appearance ill Miami, un-
der the auspices of the local Miz-
rachi District. He will speak on
"Israel's Heritage in Democracy'".
IN WARSAW: MEDICAL
SUPPLIES. EQUIPMENT
NEEDED
Paris ( \\ NS i. Nazi auth
forcibly eject d all lewish patient-.
including fourteen hundred patient
Dr. Lookstein. well known orator suffering from typhus, from thi
and brilliant speaker, ba~ been ae- Warsaw Jewish lios|i 1 n
tie in Young Israel work since his to a report from Poland whic!
student days. became ordained reached here through Stockholm.
Rabbi in 1926 b> the Rabbi Isaac Patients were dragged from then
F.lchanan Theological Seminary and bids and put out in the street, thi
holds degrees in New York City I reporl said, despite lemperatu es
College and Columbia University, is 10 to 20 degrees below ,r Thi
Rabbi of New York's leading Or- Jewish community arranged fot
thodox Congregation, has taught their removal to Jewish schoo
Homilctics at the Yeshiva College houses where the} will bi cared for
for the past ten years, is national under trying conditions, authorities
vice president of thr Mi/ricbi Or- having forbidden removal of medical
ganization* and bis doctorate thesis supplies and instruments from the
n "Jewish Family Life" will soon
be published.
Rabbi C I- Blocb. chief Rabbi of
the Oitholox Jewish Community i i
Jersey City. N. J.. and honorary
president of the L'nion of Orthodox
Rabbis of America, will also speak.
hospital.
Saturday midnite January 27tl .
at the Plaza Theatre, M iami, I, ..
i- expected to turn out en masse
for the Sixth annual "Cavalcade oi
Stars" sponsored by the Young
Men's Hebrew A----ciation
Nick Kenny, noted New N
Columnist and song writer, as in
the past, is m charge of the pro-
gram for the evening. Headed'by
-ucs famous stars as Harry Rich-
man, George Jessel and Joe K.
I.ewi- ,| master of ceremonies, tin-
ant for the evening will in-
clude Abe l.yman and hi. orches-
tra; Tony Martin. Sammy Walsh,
Billy Grty, John Marlow, Jem
Bergen. The Hartinans, Jack Demp-
sey, Bob Nolan, and bis orchesl
Hildegarde Sammy Fain, Owen \
Parker. Cross and I Uinn.Terry Kru-
ger, Joan Abbott. Peter Higgins.
The rapid spread of typhus i- ill- Buddy Walker, l.ou Holtz and
lic.ited in the figure mentioned in
other entertainers
i
stage and
the report as compared with advices screen fame who are vacationing in
reaching hen two weeks ago which *",s area.
said that two bundled and fifty ty-' Tickets for the event are going
phus cases were being treated in the rapidly and may be obtained by call-
\n enjoyable musical pro-ram will Warsaw Jewish hospital. The pa- "'- *4012 or 3-3940. A sell-out, as
be presented by Cantors Maurice | tients are being maintained by the was last year, is expected.
Mann!.e.. Victor Jacoby and Ber-. I Jewish community with funds rais-
nard Richenberg, the latter a vis tor
from Mourn Vernon. N. Y.
Tickets may be .blamed at the
door or from any Mizrachi mem-
ber. Ml member, and friends are
| a|h in* iled to attend.
Catholic Weekly Asaailt Coughlin
A Directly Reponible For
Plight Of 17 Arre.ted
N.w York (WAS) The Com-
monwealth, Catholic magazine this
week devotr. its leading editorial to
the case of the seventeen members
of the Christian Front charged with
a plot to overthrow the government.
The editorial lays to Father Cough-
lin. The Tablet, a weekly newspaper
published by the Roman Catholic
Diocese of Brooklyn, and Social
Justice. Father Coughlin's paper, di-
rect responsiility for the plight of
the arrested men.
Federation Council
Meets At Detroit
New Yrk (WNSi- More than
500 delegates representing Jewish
federations, welfare funds and com-
PRESIDENT'S BALL
TUESDAY NIGHT
\n |iade Count ill h nscious I
Tuesdav night thai '' i il ij :- ihe
' ilaj \
thi bettci hotel-, n
i, stauranls will
. ihei Is' cl
.ier to raisi ney I "fighl
infantile (Kiralysis" ivhich
i this oci
| i ,. |., ,. hcii conducted b*
the Committee for the Celeb
of the Presidi nt' Bit' da* ol
which A- Frank Katzenti.i -
oral chairman Half till -non,;.
raised will be kepi in Padi c tin)
for the con i: in ti in this Mil inter
,,.a! pled children,
which Miami contractors will build
n cost, and half will gi i Lu the Na-
tional Foundation for Infantile
Para!) sis,
\\ alt! Winch II Mi- r ulio com-
i .r and new spaper c 'imtunist
eil by voluntary taxation of each
lewish family, the rep rt disclosed
tbo.e wishing to bury their dead i:i
the belter section of the Jewish
cemeterj contributing one thousand
zlotys.
The report further lisclosed that
thirty--four lew- were executed iii
Wielic :ka, m ar Cr w alleged!)
irges that an I amtnuni-
t: n wen found 11 the I I
gogue-
(ither priv ate rel bli ad
from I' lat I i aled lhal >
etc i Ihi lewish
poptiation in L'pper Sil sia and
TCs ei h id bei n i ted 1
litarv auth re.
Mr. Leo Robinson general chair-
man, is being assisted by Mr- Her-
man Wait.man, ticket chairman.
and Mr Maurice Grossman, execu-
tive director,
Exiled Gov't.
Readying Report
I V\ NS Kxti nsive rej
lish terril
char) > thai I lertnan and S iel
- ha
and reatment"
pic. at
Ihi rcfuKCi I rnmei
1 ncc.il was disclose .1 hi re
s~, .. c The reports, isstu I bv the 1
i.oii^itiin supports
lected into an official volun < ind
include charges that many :
and- hav e bei n < seen:, .1 r subji cl
ed to extreme hardships, that other
thousands have been driven i
the r hi mes. pul in concentrate
ps^or sent to I ierman) in forced
lal or bat
The reports further ch
Ihi Gi mi.in. .,ri ., eking to rid the
"'I- .mm \, | ti i! K, ic|, j
Poles, allegedl) bj execution
Christian Front
Detroit fWNSl The Re
If ., p.. t'. ut I n. who las!
w i ek "roundl) dis a > I" lh
i 'hi stian Fronl in Ived in the
arrests of 17 New >. bv Ihi
I n ted Si tcs Gov ei nn > nt
ch ,i. .oft: casi n. m hi
l.e i Sund i\ criticized ni w -
ace uiit of the recent arr, ~t of the
seventeen men in New York on mass deportation on shori notice,
charges of plottini w tin \ summar) of Polish develop-
L'nited States Government and took ments compiled by the Polish In-
ivho is here on vacation, is .,] ull;. ,ne Christian Front-J formation Center in France includ-
as chairman for the celebrations "While I do nol belong lo any ed the follow
whic will bi conducted thai nit unit of the Christian "'" three Polish provinces Gei-
hotil the countr) He reported
that "the response to his request for
munity councils in 111 cities in the
United States and Canada will con-
sider their policies on fund raising,
welfare activity and community or-
ganization for the coming year at
the seventh annual General Assem-
bly of the Council of Jewish Feder-
ations and Welfare Funds opening
Coughlin said, "nevertheless I do many began a regime of terror un-
nol disassociate myself from that paralleled in history. Mass execit-
.which I hav, said in advocating its tion of all classes of society was nr-
co-operation from club., hotels and.movement. reaffirm every word ganized by Gestapo agents. Tb, ex-
restaurants indicate, thai the fund formation; I re-encourage the ecutions were mostly m the publ'c
raised here will place Dade county Christians of Vmerica to cany on squares and included men and
-n this crisis for the preservation of women in equal numbers. Hostages
Christianity and Americanism, more from each district were .elect, cl by
very high in Ihe per capita dona-
tion, for the entire coun'ry.
/igorously than ever despite this the Nazi authorities and executed
The effects of the war on over- thinly veiled campaign launched by-
seas needs, Palestinian reconstruc-
tion and refugee activities will be
described at the opening session by
Saturday night. January 27, in De- I)r. Chaim Waizmann. president of pro-Christian. anti-Communist and
troit. the Jewish Agency for Palestine; anti-Nazi group."
certain publicists and their control-
lers to villify both the name and
the principles of this pro-American.
on the slightest pretext-
"Thousands were transported to
far sections of Germany where they
are used for hard labor. German
authorities boast that, to date they
have transported 8.OGU0O0 Poles."
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l'AGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY. JANUARY Z. me
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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
RAY U. SIIOCIIET, Society Editor
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SISTERHOOD
HOLDS BRIDGE
msor-
, ; |he Beth Jacob Sisterh.....1
. hcUl M >nda> al I 30 I'M.
! : tcl. Mrs. B II
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ANNUAL CONCERT
TO BE HELD
- \ March 31st. has been an-
i ..in.. .i- the date for tin nntial
Cantor Maurice
Mamches i the Beth Jacob Con-
gregation- Cantor Mamches "ill be
assisted bj prominent artists- Fur-
ther details will !< announced in
: ii thcoming issues.
*
VISITOR
HERE
LECTURE TO
BE GIVEN
M I *c| Ii I. Ti ; ci of \\ ash
inj ti n. I\ C. w II -->> th third in
'ivies and
I
[he Jew ish Cull Mr-
be "Cau
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INSTALLATION
HELD
More than one hundred and fifty
pi r- ms iv i |>r -<:ii .ii the instal-
lation hi officers banquet <>f the
Workmen's Circle Branch No 692
Those installed were: Mr. II.
Leibson. chairman; Mr. Morris Ja-
cobs, finance secretary; Mr- Harry
Rose ree rdinp Kcretarj ; Mr-
Mr.
MRS. S. H. LUTSKY
Mr. SamuclW-Wohlstadter from Dave Gross, treasurer, an,
Nrw York is visiting in Miami with Boris Rifkin. hospitaler. Speakers
his daughter and son-in-law Mr- during the evening included Mr
:,.,l Mr.. Harold Turk. Leibson. Mr Dave Abrams and Mr.
I'.. Wolf from New York and Mr.
\. Beninson from Chicago. Mr-
Jacobs, secretarj gave a re-
port "i the cultural and social work
i.i the past year.
ENGAGEMENT
ANNOUNCED
The engagement
TO ADDRESS
STATE CHAPTERS
Mrs. S H Lutsky. president of
the S' luthcasti rn Regii m i \ Hadas-
sah. will speak Friday al ten
January 2bth. on "Youth \
for the Jacksonville Chapter of
Hadassah- Saturday shc'will ad-
Iress the St. Vugustinc chapter.
Mr-. Lutsky i presid nl of the ;
ent< Club i i M iami Jew -~\\ \
Woi en's organizations, and i- vice
:ii iii tin- Miami Chapti i ii
the Wi mien's I >n i-i n i the Vinci
ican Jew ish O ing rcss.

SEASON'S GREETINGS
GRADE "A"
GOAT MILK
Only licei and Gov't.
Inspected Goal Dairy in
s th Florida
Visitors Welcome
Daily Delivery
DR. ELLIOTT'S
GOAT DAIRY
8000 N. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 7-2952
of Miss Jennie
Spector, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
S. I- Spector, to George Edward WELFARE BOARD
iRurney. son of Mr*. E. Scholnick. ELECTS OFFICERS
j I was announced Sunday evening at District No. 9 Welfare Board, all
the home of Miss Spector's par- its annual meeting, yesterday, elect-
ents, l"ul S. W. 17th Si-- in the Jed officers for th year 1940. \< I-.
presence of their immediate fam- McDonald was elected Chairman'
ilics The wedding will lake place and Troj C Davis, Vice-Chairman-
|n Vprii. ^''' birs attending the meeting
Miss Sped r was graduated from were VKin C. Horton. Mr-. Guy V
Miami Senior Hi School, attend* i Williams. Mrs Bernard Simon. K
ed Klorida State Colli i Women
Memoi ial Hospital
for Ti Nurses. Mr. Burnt >
attendi I nd is asso-
iateil I inai
N Y rk Bakery.
EXECUTIVE
tiOARD MEETS
I he first mi etii the 1
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Weiiibt-i corres] lary;
\!,. i .., |ih \ Bei ncial
-. cr tar> M : ("harli ''' ckwitt,
and Mrs S h Si I
km. auditi ir. i >nlj be lected to
n i i :. and o mduci spi cial business
bi tw ei n ii k'ular meetings was a<
, i ted Committee chairmen ap-
pointed re Mr-. Mi yer
Schwart? By-Laws; Mrs. Prank
Coret. mcmbei'ship; Mr- Frieda
i', iclu in, hospitality ; Mr- I ii
Goldberg entertainment; Mesdamcs
Sam Blank and Harry Mar
kowitz, courtesy; Mrs. Joseph
A Herman, telephone; and Mr-.
Milton Saslaw. publicity, Fur
thcr appointments will be made
at the rcgulai meeting which will
be held the same evening that Sho-
Kin [ \riiti \bbotl of the Lodge request-
ed that representatives of tin \\i\
iliarj be represented on three of
their committees \ppointed were
Mr-. Isaac Levin t" the Student
L'nion Committee; Mrs. Joseph A.
Berman. Vocational Guidance; and
Mesdames George Bertinan and
Sadie Weinberg. Cultural.
\ social li< air followed-
I'.. McDonald.
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n >\ C. I 'a\ i-
W0LPERT'
S r*URNITUREi
BARGAINS!

y/e Refuse To Be Underaojd".
PHONE 3-4132
CABLEITES

AND
CORAL GABLE VIS
Phone
4-3155
3M
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f n r: a -it r
2235 S. W. 8th Street
GREATER MIAMI'S
MOST CHARMING
ARTISTIC PLACE
TO DINE
Mr. and Mn. Han Freyer
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ARTIST CONVALESCES
HERE
Maurice Schwartz, the worl
ii- I, w -Ii at list and act >r,
comalcscinu .it the Chati au
it ler ilic -u of
Aida Sloan. 6901 Co-al Way. C '
iabh befi ire his pers nal appear-
ance at tin Plaza Theatre Tuesday
evenit M r Schwartz has -; cm
several weeks at the Chateau De
Santi after his pcrsi >nal al
ances in New Y,hI- Thi atn -.

CONVALESCES AT
HOSPITAL
Mr. Isid i K tl '- recuperating
> at the Mia i
II -;
RETURN FROM
NORTH
M rs. Nal an kd< linan and bi
thcr Mr. Jake Brenner of K -an< k
Virginia, returned to Miami 1
day fron Hagersl iwn, Mil., where
they attended the funeral of tin i
ir.thcr.
FINE SADDLE HORSES
s Riding Instruction
Mo nilgai Rldei
Riding from 7 A. M I i I SO P. M.
North Miami Riding Academy
\\ i;. ..Hi Av l-in.nr 7-10*1
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ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION
320 N. E. FIRST STREET
. .//f/aco
MUS/VKLE
tminoit
. W. 25TH AVE. AT 16TN ST.
PICKWICK INN
RESTAURANT
152 S. E- lit St.
CHARCOAL for BROILING
Club Breakfmt. Lunch. Dinner
MRS. GRACE GRAY
Supervising
REV. J. MALEK
Experienced
MOHEL
PHONE 2-0828
300 N. W. 16th Ave.
Catering to the Discriminating since 1925
COLUMBUS HOTEL PHONE 2-8471
ALLIGATOR
WRESTLING
HOURLY
ADMISSItR 25
ONE OF FLORIDA'S:
ftiihtmuhtui GtftncJioni
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO.
INC.
37th St and Normal Ave.
CHICAGO, ILL.
Delicious Corned Beef
Pickled, Caokod and Smoked
Meats
DEMAND IT FROM YOUR
DELICATESSEN
Now Obtainable Every-
where in Florida
CHESED SHEL EMETH
TO HOLD DINNER
[Mans Ii.i.i- In n completed
the Chesed Shel Kmeth dinn
wit h v I be held Sunday ei
Januat at 0:30 I' \l al
I Aud S V\
i\ il \ r V iami- In cl i i
. are Mis Mar> I'cl
sted by
i ne. 1.11... i.e-t U I.itt. Max
1 iii \\ einer. An in-
ram will be present-
ed Admission charged will lc one
dollar per person and reservation"
maj lie made b> calling 2-1473 ot
2-2193- Ml members and
nviird to lie present,
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VISITS IN
MIAMI BEACH
Grand Rabbi J, II Eichensteiii.
Ziditcho\er. Rabbi of Chicago. II-
lim I-- is \ isiting in Miami l'.i-.n Ii
THE
SEASON
WHY
Some people ask wby we provide so
many servicesPLUS services
in addition to the basic job of gea-
erating electricity and bringing it
to your door. Wby do we have btae
deaoflstratioas. light conditioning
service, modern office facilities,
displays of eo.oipm;Bt? Wby free
home economist service? Wby
kitchen planning?
These PLUS services make the ost
of electricity more convenient and
economical, or acquaint yon with
new ways to pit it to work for yon.
Thus, PLUS services increase tbe
general nse of electricity and make
it possible for is to generate and
deliver it at the LOWEST RATES
IN HISTORY!

MEANING SOMETHING EXTRA. OR
SOMETHING ADDED. OVER AND
ABOVE J0ST ORDINARY SERVICE.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 26. 194i
THE JEWISH FLOMDIAN
PAGE THREE
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J rilRON)
HEAR YE
It's not that we're a sucker for British propaganda, but
we're afraid there's more truth than poetry to Alfred Duff-
Cooper's recent statement that there will soon be no neutrals
left in Europe ... It wasn't foreign policy alone which dic-
tated the Hore-Belisha ouster in Britain ... It seems the ener-
getic Jewish war minister was getting under the skin of the
old established army clique with his efforts to introduce new
and proletarianblood into the officers' corps Winchell,
in his researches into German war propaganda, has unearthed
the following fraud German newspapers ran a big picture
of a terrific mob, with a caption saying these were unemployed .
Americans "waiting in breadlines" What the photo actually
showed was the New Year's Eve crowd having a wonderful
time being free in Times Square W. L. White, whose let-
ters from Germany to the New York Post came under the
heading of brilliantly effective reporting, is delighted with the
change of atmosphere now that he is in Stockholm "The
Swedes," he writes, "have made me again proud that I am by
race a Nordic, because if you had listened, as I have in the last |
thirty days before coming here from Germany, to all the chea^ '
claptrap about race, you would have been ashamed (as I was)
To belong even to the same animal kingdom" Bundists,
"Christian" Frontists and the like please take notice ... Is
it true, by the way, that William Dudley Pelley, the Silver
Shirt leader for whom the G-men are looking, is now engaged
in disbanding his gang and destroying all its records, and then
will give himself up? .
GIGGLE DEPT.
The war gags that come nut "t" censor-gagged Europe in-
clude the quip about the Nazi leader who sighs: "If only we
could teach our people t<> eat grass" Not t'> mention the
new Nazi recipe for a sandwich aptly named the scrap-of-
paper special To make it you place a butter ration card be-
tween two bread ration cards Then there is the one re-
ported in the Current Digest about the German frontier guards
who one night dumped all their rubbish onto Swiss si.il .
The Swiss, instead of protesting, cleaned up the mess and the
next night put out a case of twenty pounds of their best but-
ter on the German side of the frontier Attached to the
butter cask was a note: "Every country exports its best pro-
ducts*' ... On our own shores there's the New Year card that
Mark Hellinger sent out: "Best wishes for a Merry Christmas.
Happy Xew Year, Fourth of July. Yom Kippur and Hitler's
funeral'' .
THIS AND THAT
Diy you know that back in 1925 Karl Marx polled more
votes in the German presidential election than Hitler did in
1932? And we don't mean that metaphorically, either .
Hir>:lenbv.r<:'s Centrist opponent in 1925 was one Dr. Karl Marx.
who got 13,751.615 popular votes, as a.^ainft the 13,417,460
Hitler had seven years later in the last free elections held in
Germany Salvador r!e Macla.ia bus book, believes that the discoverer cf America wis of Span-
ish Jewish dcrcert, *hnt is, that his ancestors had been Span-
ish Jews who emigrated to Genoa, where Christopher was born
. There's a young movie house manager in New Jersey who
is i-sing a nar.r" net IJ.s own because he wants to get ahad
on hi* own, and is afraid that bis true name might give him
art advant?rre over other ambitious youths He is the son
c1 the late S. L. Rothafel, whom you knew better as Roxy .
WE'RE TELLING YOU
Very little intelligence was exhibited by the organizers
of the Wcizmann public reception at the Mecca Temple last
week The first appearance of the leader of world Zionism
should have been a gala event Representatives of the City.
State and Federal administrations should have graced the plat-
form, and the cream of the intellectual leadership should have
been present to give public testimony to their interest in Wei/
mnnn and Palestine But nothing of the sort happened .
There were no speakers except Weizmann, and the hall, while
packed to capacity, did not present an impressive picture .'
A new publishing firm headed by book critic William Soskin
and Frank Mannheim is expected to make its bow this month
The screen debut of Eddie Cantor's gray hair will be made
in "Forty Little Mothers," an adaptation of a French picture
concerning a professor in a fashionable girls' school who has;
become involved with a baby Probably Eddie feels that now
that he's a grandfather in real life' his public will appreciate
his candor in dispensing with the hair dye .
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
154o S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
RABBIT RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVH BS
Da.ly services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p.
Friday evening services, :30 p.
m.
Shabbcs: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m.
Shalush Smles: 5:15 p. m.
Maariv: 20 minutes pu.st sunset.
RELIGIOUS
FORUM
The weekly Kriilaj n hi Religi-
ous Forum will ha c as Kiiesl sptak-
r :,! the YM.H.A. Ca\alcadc this week Mr. Ham l.eibowitz.
MILTON BERLE
Noted radio and M i;r star \\l"> vvil
i| Mar-.
SOCIETY
.i student m Mct I s ael Kabh
i >ll<:_<- -i BaJtiim ire Tin- -i ...'...
will liscuss the chain intj c >n i ; t
if Kducal mal lenden :ii in \ineri
can lewish I fe Rabbi Kellner con-
ducts these Forums and after the
lectures a general discussion i- held.
Mr. Morris Hoffman leuU in the
Congregational singing, A cordial
M'AMI ART CENTER
SHOW OPEN
\ one-man-show of portraits, welcome is extended u> all.
landscapes and fl iv i r pic 'Cs in oil
.mil pa i.l. b> Julius Rosenberg, is LADIES'
low "ii view ai the Miami \rl AUXILIARY
Center. Miami Woman's Club. I7.i7 A general meeting of the Ladies'
N'orth Bayshorc I trite. Vuxiliarj will be held in the Syna-
I"lii's Rosenberg was born in Rogue Tuesday evening, January
Westphalia. Germany, and com- JOth, at 8:15 I'M. \ report of the
menced the study of arl at the age success of the Package party ind
"i 5 in Germany, and Liter in Milan the committee for the fortlu i iin
and Florence, Italy and Belgium Purlin Ball will be heard,
lb studied under Hanli, Grossman.
\'.i > and Schebeck.
During a visit t,. Havana. Cuba-
he painted the |H>rtrait of Mrs. I The next meeting of out Bos.rd ol
Mcndoza, ihc wife of one of the I *,irctows will be held in the Vestry
largest Sugar Plantation owners I Ko'" "' 'he Synagogue on Tues-
aml Bankers in the Island. This is!'l:,v niKh'- January 30h. at S:.!
Mr Rosenberg's first exhibition in ''xl' 'ln" 'neeting is of consiil.....
tins area, and he is a resident of '','''' '"'Portance as at this time
Miami Beach. Rabbi Kellner will present his plans
\.Inns-inn t,, |hc Miami Vrl Cen- ''"' ll"' forthcoininu membership
ter is free. Visiting hours arc from drive which will mark ll e tenth an-
I" \ M. to I P.M. daily, excepting ""versary of our Synagogue.
Saturdays when the gallery closes CHILDRFN'S
BOARD OF
DIRECTORS
ai I P.M.
BENEFIT TO
BE HELD
\ Spanish Fii -t.i fi ir the 1
.f the Spanish Ri fugce Children in
Concenti n I 'amps, v. ill bi h Id
in mil lanuai .'"''
< P..M I Yaeircr's Roof. Pi
Ml ft ends an I
KIDDUSH
The splen lil- -rease in I! at-
tendance i liildren at tin
Sabbath sen ir is marked bj n
; ecial Kiddu so ivd i il>.
drcr through ihc court ->
A i Mr. II
'< ads "lie rhilil i't i.i
is

ittcnd .i- Ilu
i foi w ir'I \ I-.in-. .
In M City. I;i bru irj 7. -. 9
in I Hlth. ;i c.'iit'i ental C
: li '' i \ i I .' i
I Further details u I
m iiiuced.

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and Prices
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317 N. W. Fifth Street
Rev. H. M. Kagan is on duty
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for his i
-ORUCH
HABO
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Ji ; li l.ooksti ll n ted i il '
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from the
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3d N W. THIRD STREET
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Sun.I iv i emng. V\ i n".
our many frit nils to ava'l i ..
sel\ es ol the prii ilege i i hi ..
this remarkable orat" i .il ilu i
Sunday coming.
AT HOME
Rabbi and M rs. K. Hi i
an informal ruciplion in li i
Rabbi Joseph II. Looks! ...
evening ai b:3li I'.M .u which tii
the local Mizrachi leaders will i .,
an opportunity t.. hear Rabbi I.n
ii the probli .
\. rid M r i
CCNGRA1 ULATIONS
\\ i an ph ased to c\tend n.. i
Ma/e! Ti i\ reelings to Rabbi an I
Mrs. Cohnati A. Zwitman and pi i
i" the Mmight) thai ihi r union
may lie blessed with Mis- and .
tinned happiness,
MIZRACHI
REPORTS
The Melavc Malkeh Satin
night was a i ne and well atli
gathering marked by proud works
i Torah and religious songs. I'-
demand of those present another
such gathering will be held Satur-
day night, l-'ebruarj 3rdi at which
time a Palestinian report will b<
rendered bj Rabbi Baruch Schlich-
ter. representative of the Hapoel
Hcmizrocbi from Palestine.
PATH OF
SORROWS
I We mourn with our sister Mrs-
Nathan Adelman who is in btre.n -
nient over the untimely loss of her
beloved brother olov hasholen
May she be comforted amidst (hi
mourners of zion and Jerusalem.
We extend profound sympathies
k. Mrs. Jacob Margolis who is si I
ting shiva mourning the loss of
dear brother of blessed memory,
May she be consoled among the
: .. iurnei of our People,
when
death
occurs
Phone 5-
7777
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1940.
if Jems t IFIIcndliian
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
P. 0. Box 2973
PLANT AND OFFICES
21 S. W. Second Avenue
i:
J. LOUIS SHOCHLT. Editor
\
B'NAI B'RITH
T
NOTES
bv Harold Turk.
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager
It will lie the policy of this col
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jfe,
L? .A
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
last l.i|
CAVALCADE OF STARS
ks. lure we are "ti
Tlu Great Cavalcade <>i
Well folks, lure we are on tl'C
Ente.ed as second class mattei July 4. 1980, at the Post Office at
Miami, Florida, under the Act o.* March 3, 1879
OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL
FLORIDA CITIES
nniii to have members of the B'nai gtarSi for which all of you have
B'rith, who arc Chairman of Coin-1 |jecn waiting, is finall) draw i
mittees or particularly active in ., c|os,e. This Saturday mid
ante branch of B'nai B'rith activi- januarj 27th. at 12 O'clock, on the
ties. I writi and inform the mem- j stroke ,., the bell, the Y.M.I
bership through this medium about
SUBSCRIPTION
One year ...
Six Months
$2.00
$1.00
VOLUME 13- NO. 4
JANUARY 26. 1940
such acti\ ities.
* *
VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE
Bj Joseph \ Bcrman.
Comparative!) few people deliber-
ately choose and plan a life caret r
The gnat majority drift al
school until, i"r some reason or
other they leave school t.> go to
work. They lake th< best j. b that
i- available at the lime, and then
drift about from one job to an .tl ei
until they possibl) settle down I i
a fairly satisfactorj employment.
Life has been compared to a >
age upon tlic sea. We would think
that any man. who would set out
THAT "FLOOD" OF REFUGEES
'will present it- 5th annual Caval-
cade of Stars, bigger, b> tl
greater then i 11
The "at si rracy" of the t; i itr.
the "400" of the screen, the
"cream" of radio will appear al tin-
show. Hold your breath and cast
your eyes upon tin following arra>
and galaxj of Star, that will ai | cat
Saturday nitc Harry Richman.
Jessel. Joe R. Lewis, \le
l.ynum. Tony Martin. Sammy
Walsh. Billy Grey, John Marlow.
Jcrrj Bergen. Th< Hartmans. lack
Dempsey. Bob Nolan and his Or-
tra, Hildegarde. Sainni) Fain.
Owen and Parker. Cross X Dunn.
... Kruger. Jean Vbbutt. Peter
boat upon tin sea without chart iHiegins, Bu<
It is Hitler's doctrine that a lie repeated often enough will
gain acceptance. One of the fundamental rules of successful
propaganda is to disregard facts, or to invent them as the
need of the moment may require.
This method has been used in creating a scare in the Unit- for which they may be fitted,
ed States regarding refugees. Anti-immigration forces have
joined with anti-Semites in spreading the impression that this
country is being flooded with refugees who will take away
Americans' jobs and bring American culture under their in-
fluence.
What are the facts? |
James L. Houghteling, United States Commissioner of Im-
migration, recently issued the report of the Immigration Bureau
Walker.
These arc but a fev. of the celebs
thai will appear, there will b.
then to i ntertain you-
At thi< time we want t.. thank
tl following nite club- for their
DAY TO BE OBSERVED
Hr J. S. Stewart and Dr. Harold
Rand will be the principal speakers
.hi the Social ygiene Day program
,n Feb. 1-t at the Y.M.H.A. Club
Rooms. 1567 S- VV. 5th St-, when
community progress in social hy-
giene and control .it' syphilis will l>
reviewed, it was announced
Maurice Grossman, Executive l)i-
1. ct. ir.
With emphasis ..tt a
against syphilis" theme, the mectin
udl cnsidcr the problems of medi-
cal quackery and the sale oi worth-
less nostrums, and other illegal and
wasteful practices as they relate to
venereal disease control. It will al-
so evaluate existing case-finding
and treatment facilities in this city
and State, the announcement added
1 ir. Samuel I'.ecknian will be the
chairman of this program, I M.
Beckman i- Cultural Chairman of
the Y.M II V < (pen to the public,
the meeting is scheduled to begn
.it s Mi o'clock sharp-
National Social Hygfene Daj -
1 each vear in every state
in a
,r compass, and without anj other
aim than to keep on going, drifting
with wind' and tide, was very fool-
ish. Yet, this i- about the waj in
Inch t. 'o man) set out upon a lif
career
Ever) young man anil woman
should realize that ti c> have the
responsibility and the opportunit)
'" *.....e "' P,an' "' "?' f,r x>" '",lUk- la.ckLDeri.T r," having their Ping-Po
and m more than five thousand
communities, and is sponsored by
the Kmerican Social Hygiene Asso-
ciation in cooperation with health.
ti -v in c>o| erating with us
, ,. welfare, civic, and medical orgatn-
b\ enablms us to have such
.... ,. nations, and it- state and local antl-
m.Undid entertainment: I lie Kovai
_. .i-, syphilis eomnutlee-
I'.ihn Club. C luh V ontmentale. In
. ng semi-finals.
and to progress in. some life work am, Restaurant. Mother kelh >. Hie ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ Drum, The Terrace lub. and in
Bi ach Kennel Club
11 \* tin- writer hem.; the director
of Vocational Guidance of both or-
ganizationare sponsoring an Es-
say Contest on the subject i \
cati inal Guidance The title is
"WHY NEED VOCATIONAL
r.l II) VNCE". Ii is open to all
liu ish Youth between the agc ol
14 and 21. The prizes are: \ Fii -'
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1939. The figures and ob- |n/< pt ,. and four add
servations contained in this report are enlightening. cash awards The contest
The numbers of persons who entered the United States March 1 1940. Rules of this en-
during that year as visitors and transients was only a few *' > '' obtained bv writins I
. j ., ,. ,_, mn-2 ... the B'Nai B'Kith offices in thi
hundred over the figure for 1938. This very small increase, ,, ,, .. ., .. .
.. .... .. cress Building, or to the Y.-MH-v
Houghteling declared, is clear evidence that sensational stor- lw.r> 11,^,1,1, ], .,, ,,1 _,,] sin uld
ies appearing in newspapers and magazines to the effect that enter this contest much he-
ft flood of alien visitors are being admitted to this country on cause the prizes glamorous but
any sort of excuse are not based on cold facts nor on the con- because the opportm
scientious records of a responsible government agency." '' '""' '"-''" '
B ... sell and vocation.
So much for entry of visitors. As for permanent immi- c,, u,. u. ,. An VOCation
grants, the bureau reported that a total of 82,998 entered the js ,; basis of business succi
country during 1939, of whom 43,450 were listed as Hebrews, nal incss, and achievement.
including 30,096 from Germany. The total German immigra-,''<"' wise selection of the business
tion was 32,759including some who entered under the previ- ,U r 1" f
which one s life is to be devoted and
ous quota ,
.' thi development ol mil efficiency in
Despite unparalleled persecution in Europe, the total of ,,. choscn ,M. ,,,. ,.- of
visitors and transients increased by only a few hundred. This grava concern to young nun and
country's population of 130,000,000 received 32,759 permanent the public These problems must be
run ot
two weeks. They are also planning
an lc<- Skating Party, Won't that
Tick,-.- for this event hav. been ,)c ,,, > ,)r wi u?
selling like the proverbial "hot NEWS ARoUND THE TOWN
cakes" We have been compelled T|l(. BowHn(( Teanl members had
t,, install anothei phone al the "\ l|](.ir |ong awaited banquet at the
lake care of reservations, rhere W|j] Penn Ho|e, ,a>( ^^ The
"e but .. few will call the '"Y". 3-4012 or ,"t4"-' wo)(| |,avr nrar,| cnni,,|aints by this
we will try to accommodat. |ill|p ,,,,,,.,,. anyone waiting
the inonej goes I j until one daj before the Cavalcade
most worth) cause I.e. Robii ,hen ,,(.,n-111(|m;, ,|,c best seal
' ral Ch n in, Hei an V :,. ,,,, ,, ..,.,. for ,,,. do||ar
man. Ticket oh well Mr. Maurice Gr.
. Executive Hirectoi \<-
been w< rkino day <'
affair .. succi s
to
and Mr. Herman Waitsman (the
men behind the wheels) are oofly
tlicy'n nna hav e a com-
S<< 1 1 .lk-. -. 1 you Sat plete sell-out by Frida) mornin* .
ti at th. Plaza Theatre. What could be sweeter? C
SENIOR DIVISION- WOMEN Crats to Mrs Earl Sliapii
Tin women of tin YAV-H \ will ,r Miss Ruth Miller. u| 1
it \ 1I1 tin.'- 1 'ay Card tit 1 iai 1 Ruth
at the "Y" I this dowi f)| \||;e Berkow has m-t
' 11 k. f
ils vv ill 1 uiv en Liter.
JUNIOR -Y" DIVISION
immigrants from Germanyor about 1 for every 4 000 inhabi-
tants.
Where is that "flood" of refugees they talk about?
Community Chest
Begins Drive
Th. re are 19 immunity 1
agencies wh h ai e doing tl
fare work tliat you want done To-
day they are serving your neigh-
bors and your friends; they -tin I
ready to help you should your day
of need come.
Prom January 29 to February 15.
business leaders of the community
will conduct the second annual ap-
ical for funds which we now SUp"
trained executives in the 19
es: exi cutiv es whi -.- kn iwl-
edge of human needs and whose
training and experience put them in
a position to represent humanitar-
ian neighbors whocannot \i-it all the
sick and afflicted, but who want to
he represented in the relief of suf-
W cannot give our time
to training of young people to bet-
ter citizenship, but there are agen-
cies which will undertake to do it
for us.
More thr.n 20,000 participated la*(
year in the activities of these agen-
(Continued on Page Eight)
bed in a careful, scientific way,
with din- regard t each ; erson's ap-
titude, abilities, resources, and lim-
itati..11-. and t;.i relation of these
elements to the condition- of suc-
cess in differ, nt industries- No two
are alike. Yet we may rough-
ly div idc groups i 1 e. iple in many
\\.i\-- those that like to deal with
pe. >ple for example, tin
and those that like to be by them-
selves .1- the research vv irker or
th. hemist, th.ise that are languagi
minded, like French and Latin.
those that arc mechanical like to
make things, as the carpenter or
sheet metal worker, those that like
to live and work in the open and
those that prefer the shop. The
person who wants to raise fruit trees
will never be contented to work in
a shop or sit at a drafting board,
(Continued on Page Five)
returned fron .1 trip 1
rats 1 Nat I:.. Dr. .- uel B ,
and Henrv '' on theii
f
of Troop No. 6. We kn H ol 1
one who U more callable to lead the
scouts than Herman. Good luck,
Bo) Scout.
The Y.M.I I Basketball t. ""
.I. feated Rusty's 36 to -;-' Wednes-
day evening.
\ttention all > ne Oals and Guys birthdays. Man) happ) rel rns
von know in advance all ,l"- day. gentlemen, if 1 ma> call
the "Get Together nan,." you that Herman Waitsman.
. u 1 i Thursdav. member of the Board, and Tick I
Feb. oth. at th< "Y" Incidentallv Chairman of the Cavalcade, has
Feb. ."ih happens to he open h appointed actins Scout Masl
that means, evervthinc is on the
bouse So everybody come ai '
brine everybody else. \\'.,-ll al'
dance swell :"'' band and have
one awfully good time-
DISCUSSION GROUP
This en mi was 1 mixed by t. n
and girls wl ired the bet- YMII.V (36)
ter things oul of 1 .'. Thev Baida. 1
meetii 'heir of- R.>sen f
have drawn up their Rule M Green, c
and By-Laws and are doing quite Kont, u
well. The age requirement is 1" Rakusin.
..ii- Miii'" are hi 'd on Thurs-
day nites. We'd like to r>ee mon
of you attending.
Y"-ETTES
to show you the light, the Y-
rttrs .ire the e\ Sub-Debs. These
gals and hoys it seem-, have a verv
ble time on Saturday nites
when they hold their meetings.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 2i, 1940.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
SOCIETY
WIN
HONORS
Miss Theresa Berlin, daughter of
Mrs. Gertrude Berli'i of Miami
Beach, received Freshman Class
In.imr- at the Flora Stone and Ma-
tin r College "t Western Reserves,
Cleveland, and was chairman of one
of the important committees of Col.
Ivkc Stunt Night recently held-
Mrs. Berlin's son Nathaniel of
\delbert College of Western Re-
serves. Cleveland, recently w.m
w tli his partner Lev) the Handball berhip chairman. Announcement
LARGE ATTENDANCE
AT SMOKER
Mure than three hundred were in
attendance at the annual B'nai
It'rith smoker at the Atlantis lin-
tel. Miami Beach Wednesday night.
J. Aron Abbott presided and I'.. Al-
bert ['allot introduced the entertain-
ment for the evening which was
greatly enjoyed Brief remarks were
made by Judge Sabbath of Chicago,
\he Vronovitzi Leo Robinson and
Stanlc) C. Myers. \ plea i'>r suf-
ficient additional memberships to
; .1-- ilu- 1.01X1 was made by Leo
Kisenstcin, newly appointed mem-
Council News
I'be regular weekly Forum spon-
sored by Miami Section of Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women will be
held Friday at 2 P.M. at the Evans
Hotel Miami Beach. The guest
speaker of the afternoon will be
Mr. Francis P. Locke, well known
news commentator of the Miami
Daily News, whose subject will be
and seventeen have been taken from
the oppressed lands of their birth
and placed with children of their
ages in villages and colonies in Pal-
estine where they have been and
arc being trained in trades and pro-
fessions- Youth keeps a nation
alive! Youth are the tomorrow of
a people. Yes thank Cod that we
Jewish people wHl have a tomor-
row. Youth Aliyah. the interna-
tional movement started at the out-
break of German madness. i- this
I blessed agency. Blessed is the
incrican and the Warring Na- ,.,, ,-,. pu, yourseH in the place
Tournament for /'a I. I'au II ittse-

VISITING
IN NORTH
Mrs. Ida (ireenl)latt of Miami
Beach is visiting in \ .inland. New
lerscy. with relative- and friends.
* *
CENSUS CANVAS
IN FULL SWING
Knnumerators arc now canvassing
the business linns in Dade County
for the United States I OKI Census.
Merchants are asked t" cooperate
with worker- in preparing the data
immediately so thai the work may
l>. concluded as soon a- possible
enabling Miami to receive valuable
publicity as t.. its unusual rapid
growth in the lasl few years. Be-
cause of this it is also urged that
true information which i- kept con-
i dential. he gh en.
* *
\i the regular meeting of the
Y.W.H.A- held Wednesday evening
Mr Harry Morvil. well known Jew-
ish actor, presented several inter-
esting playlets on the evening's pro-
pram- Mrs. Sidney Stepkin presid-
ed over the short business meeting
which preceded the program.
was madi thai I lenry Monskv
be in Miami February 7th.
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
Continued from page 4
however, i:' a young man has a phy-
sical handicap that lllighl make
fruit growing open to failure, it i-
well for him to consider another vo-
cation. A re-choicc of vocation is
often necessar) but rememberit is
more costly the older you are. espe-
cially it' you have family responsi-
bilities I'sually a re-choice means
a lower -alary or necessitates ex-
pensive preparation. Some time- it
is possible to get further education
in the evening schools, but it takes
grii to turn oul three evenings a
w< eV after a day's work in shop or
office.
The writer, therefore, tiroes all
who are intelligent enough, to un-
derstand their plighl invocation, to
call at the Y.M-H- \. every Monday
nighl for consultation with him.
Meanwhile join all the other es-
-a> writers so that you. too. may
be paid for your interest in your
selv cs.
ti ii- .
Admi-sion charged will be twen-
ty-five cents per person, A musi-
cal pro-ram will he presented,- All
members and friends are cordially
invited t-. attend.
The Miami Section will hold a
Hoard meeting Tuesday morning,
IJanuary 30th, at A.M.. at the
Young Women's Christian Associa-
tion Building. Miss Gertrude Pin-
sky, national staff worker, will be
; ri -i ut Ml members are urged to
be present-
Wednesday morning at the Odd
Fellows Hall Mesdames Irving Kob-
ley Isaac Lev in and Max Steuer
represented the Miami Section at
the I lade County Federation of
of the Mothers of these children
and realize what it mean- to know
that your child will have c.....pari-
tive safety, thai he or she will not
go hungry and will not turn blue
and lard with eld. Realize thai
yon will not sit helpless ami watch
your young one who you bore with
pain and joy become listless and
dumb, thin and hopeless. American
Mother- find it hard to picture such
things Being safe in a land of free-
dom they can't know the heart-
break. They can't know the relief
the Youth Aliyah linn-- If by
chance when your eyes are closed
and you wonder how son can help
because you wish to keep such from
your children, remember the Junior
sah can send more children to re-
ceive their gift of life.
This bridge, Mah Jong, or bingo
party, call it what you may. will
be in the Fleetwood Hotel card
room February 27, from K P.M. on.
The committee in charge is com-
posed of Hannan Mack, chairman,
Bessie Krick. I-'ayc Engeh Mary
Goldstein, and Helen Fleischer.
A Board meeting will be held
Monday, January >K, at Pauline
Querido's home. 2103^ S- W. 7th
St. Board members please be pre-
sent.
Women's Clubs meeting. A report I Hadassah annual bri
.lye.
Buy
of this meeting will be heard at '.lie
next meeting of Council.
ticketor better still, buy several-
The bridge this year will principally
raise money SO that lunior lladas-
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By Elsie Kronenfeld
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The Miami Beach Kennel Club in appreciation tor the splen-
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 2. lS4 -------------------------------------------------------------------
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID [ I
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
the direction of Harold Shapiro. A
'Chamisho-Oser-B'Shvat" program
be presented in the assembly.
Parents are asked to visit with us
from 11:30 to \>.
A NEW SERIES
Office Phone 2-1473
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi497 Southwest 18th Road
Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR
Daily services at 7 a. m- and
Friday evening 8:15.
Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30
a. m.
Late Friday evening services.
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior services, ^Saturday 10:30
RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL
INSTITUTION
Sabbath Services: During the
services Saturday morning Melvin.
the son of Mr and Mrs. Harry
Michael, will be "Bar-Mitzvahed"
One week from tins coining Sun-
day. February 4th, at 10:JO A.M.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will review
Sholem Acshe's newest book "The
Nazarene". In view of the many
comments made by critics, both
'Christian and Jewish, with regard
lo tins l>c>k. the Rabbi will discuss
ii from the standpoint. "\:: \ hi VB-
Bl SEES IT".
Ii i the intention to eonduci a
new series of book reviews, from
time to time, on Sunday mornings
[as a part of the cultural program
ol 'iiu Institution. Members and
friends an- cordially invited t at-
tend the firsl review. Sunda> morn-
ing, February Ith, PROMPTLY al
10:30 in the Synagogue
SCHOLARSHIP
We are proud to announce
Hebrew Svhool. 3:15 to 6:15 p.
at.
Sunday SchooL Sunday 10:00 a.
m.
Bar-Mitzvah Group, Sunday
9:W a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
This coming Friday Evening Rab-
bi Max Shapiro will conduct the
services, and Cantor Louis Hayman.
accompanied by the Beth David
Choir, will chant the prayers.
During the services Friday Even-
ing we shall be privileged to hear
a direct message as to the actual
condition in Nazi-Land. Dr. Rich-
ard Wolfe, formerly of Munich who
arrived in this country in recent
months will be the guest speaker.
Dr. Wolfe, a noted attorney in Ger.
many, and a Veteran of the Gtr-
at 9 o'clock. A "Kiddush" will be
given in the auditorium after the | the firsl scholarship for an impov-
services, erished student of Hebrew School for
Junior Congregation: The sen- the entire year of 1940. has been
ices oi the Senior and Juniors con-Ipresented by Mrs. Jenny I.etine in
by the Junior Congregation memory of her beloved husband.
duett
takes place every Saturday morn-
ing at !<):.> Harold Shapiro, VI-
hert Eskanazi and Herbert Glazer-
oii are in charge of the services
We arc happy to note that ihc at-
tendance is rapidly increasing from
Sabbath to Sabbath \ "Kiddush"
is given in the auditorium immedi-
ately after the Benediction, under
the chairmanship of Mrs. I.. '.
Hart/.
Bar-Mitzvah Group: The Bar-
Mitzvaf] group meet every Sunday
morning from 9 to 10 under the di-
rection of Louis Gadon; boys of 12
ami over are eligible to attend The
boys arc taught the melodies for
the different "Portions of Law".
Talmud-Torah: An innovation
has been made in the curriculum
of our daily Hebrew School; that
of "Nigena", liturgic music as a
special course once a week under
the direction of Cantor I. Kamin-
sky. The Talmud Torah curriculum
includes the Study of clcniciitry an I
advanced Hebrew. "Chumosh" with
"Rashi Niveim" religion and its
Schmul Nissan Li i inc.
The scholarship is for the amount
ot' $25.00 toward- |he full tuition "i
a student. We express our thanks
t.i Mrs. Levine, and may the soul
of her beloved husband indeed re-
pose in the bond it' eternal life.
This is one of the outstanding
"Mitzvos", for the TALMUD
I ok Ml HAS PRECEDENCE
OVER EVERYTHING-"
Dr. Benjamin L.
Goldstein
of New York City, and formerly of
Miami Bearh, is now located at
1138 W. FLAGLER ST.
Phone 2-6916
man Army during the World War laws. Yiddish and other subject
will speak on first hand information I pertaining to the Hebaric culture
with regard to the subject "REL1
GIOL'S PERSECUTIONS IN GER-
MANY."
An "One;; Shabbos" and social
hour will take place in the auditor-
ium immediately after the services.
M s. S- Marbach vi ill -i r i
just) ss to the wi irshippi -.
Sunday School: A unique pro-
gram is being arranged for the as-
sembly tins coming Sunday under I
BOHEMIAN
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SHIVMI AT
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MIAMI BF tf.ll
From the Czechoslovdkian
Pavilion at the
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Smorgasbord Dinner Prom SI.2S
European Cuisine
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IN ORLANDO IT'S THE
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(On the Avei.ue)
Special Menu for Late Parties
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Chico-Chieh Served at the
CURB ONLY
496 N Orange Ave.
(At Amelia)
ORLANDO
Services: l-'ricl.iv at S p.m. Rabbi
Morris A. Skop will speak on the
theme. "GIVING AND TAKING
ADVICE". This theme is suggest-
ed by the advice Visro. father-in-
law of Moses, gave to the great
leader ol the Exodus. P i brilliant
leadt I- need adtict ? W h should
ad\ is, \\ In ii should :ni- ic< i"
given and when should il be taken.
Shabbal Ser\ ices al .s -**1 a m.
Confirmalii m Class meets with
Rabbi Skp al 10 30 a.m.
Guest Speakers: During lit.
few weeks < Irlando Jewt >
Kabbi Richman of Washington. IV
n'. director "i the Washinutoii
Uureau i Vnl iti>n wtirk
< t the I'.ii.ii Hi ith. Rabbi and \l r-
Richnian were the house guests
Kabbi and M rs Skop during Iheii
stay in i Irlandi which was ihi
of Rabbi Richman's boyhi I. I
lowing 'lie friday services antl tlu'
splendid address "i Kabbi Richman
he as greeted b} all o( Irs friends
wlin remembered hint as a young
hi >y,
Another guesl speaker was Pr
Manfred \rie who s|K)ke most dra-
matical!) al.. ''it his expcriei i ~ and
travels since his forced departure
from Vienna at the adtcnl "t the
Mazis I le made a fervenl plea fi i
united work in helping the eal
luint I hs-i ibutii 'ii C miniil tec L'nit.
cil Palestine Vppeal and the Na-
tional Coordinating Col itee fti
Refugees. Mr. Guin/ber. din
u the Florida office i t ihc Xatii m-
il Coordinating Committee, also
spoke mi the situation .,i the re-
fugees in Cuba and Miami.
CHAMISHO
OSOR B'SHVAT:
Due t" the cold weather the oul
door celebration for Jewish Arbor
May was held at the Synagogue. The
School Board presented each child
with a bag of Palestinean bokser
and goodies. Following the pro-
s-ran of stories, questions on
Chamisho ()s,,r. recitations .,,!
' the bf iys and girls turned ir.
their Jewish National Fund boxt -
Kabbi Skop will semi the
"Hotel to purchase trees for plant-
nR in Palestine
during the season Kabbi Skop will
1 present a book review of "Hear. N ,
Sons" by the well known Jewish
novelist Irving Fineman. Mr. Fine-
man is now residing In nearby
Maitland and will be a guesl speak
er in the near future at a Friday
mgbt sen ice.
JEWISH TOURIST
CLUB:
\t the ins t met tint if the lew -
-'I Tourist Club which meets al the
n Thursday c\i
HEARTY
WELCOME:
To our winter visitors including
the world famous miniature painiei
"I the Bezalel School in Palestine.
Mr antl Mis. Ueber Freedcitthd
and children. The Freedenthals e\
peel t" take up resilience in I Irl
.1" For the past few yea:
Lieber (his professional name) ha,
ben busy paintiiiG for lii-t rii il
museums some "i \merica's uut-
standing early citizens. His
is< n- hate taken him tin m
OUl America and I'.urope- \'.,| n|\
does he paint exquisite portrait
miniatures "ii ivory but also !.,:.
i ts in oils. Mr. Freedcnth I
will ileliver a public lecture on his
art al the Syn ui next Thurs!
evenini .. guesl of the Jewi
Tourist Club
RABBI SKOP'S
ADDRESSES:
lu" atldrcsses before the Faculty
and stu,bins ,,i Jones Senior H
Scl.....I- >nc on "The Jew in Amer-
ican I li-t ii v ; "Minoritit s in a De-
racy".
I'M' re the Knnwles Chapel C
-iti"ii al Rollins College u
intitation of I lean Rev. Nance. Th
speech on "The Christian and Jew
Find Common Ground" was broad-
cast over station WDBO.
Lecture before the Department >l
Religion ai Rollins College "Sur-
vey of Modern Jewish History".
Closing Prayer before .gathering
at dedication of Girl Scout House
Lecture to Methodist Church Class
es studying the Hebrew Prophets-
FUNERAL
SERVICE:
Upon the sudden death of young
Irving Lipitz of Brooklyn, N, V
| who was in Orlando taking course-
in Baseball Training at the famous
'-ie Stripp's School ,.,' Baseball,
Rabbi Skop and Rev. Leshinsk)
were called upon t" oft.ciate. Irv-
ing was aii active Jewish baseball
player and leader in athletic activi-
ties at the New York Y.M.H-A. He
was suddenly taken ill with a rup-
tured intestine and passed away fol-
'"in.: an emergi ncy er 'ti n
St rtices wt re held at the local cha-
pel. Interment in N'ew York
O^U/Y/lmiei olthz tamflu.
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THE JEWISH FLORID)AN
PAGE SEVEN
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BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESuhELOFF. Rabbi
625 Michigan Avenue
'Phone S-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
'l'hone 6-2013
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
SchachrisN: Daily ;ii 7 and 6 \.
M.; Saturday ai 7 and 9 \\l. Mm-
.u Sunday t 9 A.M.
Miucha I taily r-i >:IH1 to 5 15
r. m i
h

FRIDAY .(,.., FORUM
.
i i: i _'. t' li tun l>} kabbi
V i -. In loff. Caul >r M.i : I. wili
lead in i i I too."* open ai
Jl l'..\[. Scr\ ic start> i at
X M).
BAR MITZVA
I iii Ixi i Krankce will celcbi an
1: becoming i if at e at < na-
liogtie services i In Saturdaj motn-
ii kabbi Mcscheloff will speak
lo tin boy afti bis bar mit/va ad-
dress Canto- Mainchcs wil! chant
tlx services Ketrtsh en is will '>
served at the close th sen ice.
I ? iends arc in\ itcd.
SISTERHOOD BRIDGE
Our annual Sisterhood Bridge
will 1 held at th. Floridian II M
this Monday afternoon il 1 :J0 P.M.
This i- tl'<- outstanding social event
of the season. Refreshments will
Id nerved. Prizes will be distribut-
ed. Tickets arc now on sale-
Tin- following ar< included in the
commit tee .! workers: Mrs. 1
Mintzer. Mr- S. Blank. Mr. J.
Wolkofsky. Mrs. II- Korelzky. Mrs.
I Morris, Mrs. B- Kellemer, Mrs.
M. Krieger. Mrs. Nathan Slome.
Mr-. I.. Upowsky. Mrs. V Gottes-
nian, Mrs. A. Berow. Mrs. R. Bern-
kn ipf, Mrs. II. Turk, Mrs, M. B.
| Prank, and ihc president. Mrs. II.
II. London.
I i i( nds and members of tl
i ai c aski 'I i i pit .i e
L'rate i .- I
t ion i
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MIAMI BEACH MI2RACHI
A special mei I e a mien's
di\ isii ii a i eld last M.....lay aft i
in on, \ iiuinbci i 'i new members
I liscussion of an i \r-
cial vvclc vning part} for a nunibei
of Mi/rachi Women celebrities who
are expected within the in\t few
weeks were held. Plans for future
activities were discussed.
The next joint meeting of tin
Mizrachi will be held Saturday
night, Pcbruary 4th. at tlie syna-
gogue. A splendid program i- being
arranged for thai time. Reserve
the date.
BEACH HABANOTH
Our Habanoth met at the home of
their sponsor, Mrs. Mescheloff last
Monday night. Mi-- <">. Sussman,
visiting New York Habanoth leader,
was the guest of honor. \ very in-
teresting evening was spent 1>> all
those present.
The next meeting will l>c held at
the synagogue Monday at 7 : l'-M-
Further reports on the purchase "i
Habanoth uniforms will be given,
Arrangements i<>r entrance into tin
Habanoth honor system will b<
I made.
MINNIONA1RES
"The origin of our prayer-." will
be the subject of a series of short
talks !i> Kabbi M> scheloff at the
communal breakfasts of our Min-
iiiouaircs. Our Minnionaires, under
hii Uircctii 'ii i i Mr. M. Kleiner,
liavc Ijxii conducting thi ir own
i n erj Sunday mi it niny d r
the past threi > ai s, This year
tin an leai ning a great number
"i ung Israel ciniiiiuiii.il inel-
beautifying their service,
thi .i. i "i 13 and
i in
ii Sunday al 9=00 A.M.
,r \\i t 7:00 P.M.
i R WOMEN
er V
il
Li instead f \\ c I-
Chamosho I tssi ir i. 11
In the tin evening's pro-
JR. PIONEER WOMEN
The Pii ineer Jrs. will me< t .i- us-
ual at 8:00 P.M. Thursday night.
Newcomers are welcomed.
REFUA SHLAYMO
We wish a speedy recovery to
Mr. \ .1 Tobin, Mr. M. Rauzin
and all others who arc ill, but we
hope, will soon return to us in full
health. I
WELCOME
Our most cordial welcome i" Rev.
Meyer Freed, representative of the
Yeshiva Kabbi Isaac Elchanan, out
K.ilibi Alma Mater. Rev. Freed
addressed both morning services
last Saturday.
We greet also Kabbi \l Lesin of
Lithuania and Kabbi S. Finkelstein.
a graduate of the Yeshiva Kabbi
Isaac F.lchanan.
Our arms are opened too ii>r Kab-
bi J. 1.....kstein, professor of hotnil-
etics of the Yeshiva-College, who
will spend a week'- vacation at the
Tides Hotel.
The Scene from Maurice Schwartz's picture "Tevya",
Tr f AIR MONT'S
'Sweet Butter
. i^icb in Flavor
Never in Buik Fforr- ijfctiti
Quadruplets Born In
Miami
"Elliott's I Hike", a thoroughbred
Nubian goat owned by Dr. V- D.
Elliott's Goal Farm, at 8900 N. W.
27th \m-. was the proud father ol
MAURICE SCHWARTZ FILM
COMES TO PLAZA
Direct from a record breaking run
on Broadway, Maurice Schwartz's
latest film "Tevya", based on the
state play of the same name by
Sholem Aleichem, will arrive at the
Plaza Theatre in Miami on Tues-
day. Jan. .10. for an indefinite en-
gagement. The Yiddish picture.
equipped with English titles, was
acclaimed by the press and public
(non-Yiddish as well as Yiddish
theatregoers) as the "outstanding
Yiddish film ever made".
Interviewed recently on the mak"
ins 'if "Tevya". Maurice Schwartz
said, "Despite the fact that Tevya'
cist $100,000 to make we devised the
kind of scenario that would normal-
ly in Hollywood cost five tune- that
amount to produce. It has come to
tin point, now. where Yiddish films
must compete with the best Holly-
wood films and the best French
films. You can't hope to pass off a
cheap, inferior picture, even if it is
Yiddish. Audiences are too sophis-
ticated for that."
"That's why we look great pains
Eleven years ago while in Vienna,
he starred'in "Yizzhor", and more
recently in 1933. he appeared ia
American made film, "Uncle
Moses". He spent eight months in
Hollywood, uniler contract to MO.
M.
MY- Schwartz will make a person-
al appearance at the 9 o'clock show
on Tuesday, the opening day.
neighbors!
Do You
Own
Your Home?
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in making 'Tevya'. We bad to have
, '. u __ ,., I fir-t ami foremost a fine play *o
two set- of quadruplets, born Jan. '
we -elected Sholem Aleichem s best
known play which is known and
loved the wtIiI overanother sa-
lient reason why m i ; ad to di a
5oth and 23rd. which is an unusual
exenl Both mothers are doing we
i:st
DR. V. A. SPOTO
Dentist
Vnn-iuneea the removal of his
offices from th.. I'niversit.
i { Clinic in Coral Cables to
H""<
I job of the film."
There never wae a better
than now to build on<
time
The Liberal Financing. Threug,h
Federal Housing
Administration
Makes R Possible
Give me a call and I will glader
Help you to get the beat ooa-
-ibi.. information as to lta pea*.
H. SIMONS
Care Ackerman Int. Agency
1015 Seybold Bldg.
Phone 2-3151
mF^^^Mw.
12 S- E. First Ave.
j (Over Liggett*! Drue Store)
l'hone 2-3930
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THE JEWISH rLOMDIAH
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 10th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
S9S6 Indian Creek Drive6-1266 630 N. E. 31st St.2-8548
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both oi the Rabbis will b In the Temple every morning.
You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewis commu-
nity, or yeur personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held In
strict confidence.
FRIDAY. JANUARY 28. 1*40.
; the teaching ofchildren off the streets and a* ,
home making and home hygiene; from undesirable companions, .
training for citizenship; kecpim; hundreds ,.l oilier scrvecs
y,c IttayJide 9nn
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New England Cooking W. A. Perkins, Mgr.
PRIME MEATS CRISP SALADS
FRESH VEGETABLES HOME-MADE DESSERTS
GORKLEIN'S w RESTAURANT
Vi iji tarian and Dairy
Club Breakfasts 25c and up Luncheons 48c up
Delicious Food Dinners 80c
Pleasant Surroundings
929 Washington Ave. Phone 5-9441
Meet Your Friends
At Gorkletn's
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Friday evening, January 26th. at
8:15 P.M.. Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man will deliver the sermon entitl-
ed "A Common Front Against a
Common Affront". 1 >r. Jacob H.
Kaplan will conduct the services A
reception for members of the Con-
gregation ami for visitors will fol-
low the services, under the sponsor-
ship of the Sisterhood.
SABBATH MORNING SERVICES
Saturday morning. January 27th,
at 11 A.M.. with the services con-
ducted by both Rabbis, with parti-
cipation of members of Confirma-
tion Class-
RECEPTION
The Sisterhood of Temple Israel
of Miami requests your presence at
a Congregational Reception in hon-
or of Rabbi and Mrs. Colman A.
Zwitma.fi. Sunday evening, January
28th, between 8 and 11 P.M.. at
Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19tli St..
Miami. j ^^rtJtif
MEETING
Wednesday evening. January 28th
ai 8 P.M., a Teacher's meeting fol-
lowed by a meeting ol the School
Board will be held.
Wednesday evening, January 31st
at 8:15 P.M.. an organizational
meeting of the Temple Israel Bro-
therhood will be lield in Kaplan
Hall. Officers will be elected; an
excellent program of entertainment
wil be presented and refreshments
will be served. All nun in our con-
gregation are urged to be present
and in bring their friends, whether
they are members or non-members
f the Temple. Mr 1!. W. Slote.
appointed by the Heard of Direc-
tors as chairman of llic Brother-
hood Committee, will be acting
chairman of the milling.
RADIO PROGRAM
Sunday afternoon. January 28th
at 3 I'M., cm the Radio Program of
the Rabbinical Association over sta-
tion WIOD Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
will speak on the subject ''Relief
and Make Belief".
KABBI JOSEPH H. LOOKSTE1N
Win. will be presented in a lecture
Sunday under the auspices of the
Mizrachi District of Miami.
IN MEMOR1AM
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort tin- bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday even-
ing, the memory of the following
will be hallowed :
Recently departed: Minnie Feld-
man. mother of Mrs Max Solomon
and Mr. William Feldman.
Yahrzeits: Solomon Sperling, fa-
ther of Mr. Nathan Sperling; Eli-
jahu Kleiman, father of Mr. Her-
bert E. Kleiman; Abraham Richter,
father of Mr- Jos A. Richter; Yct-
ta Kanter. mother of Mr. Harr>
Kanter; Charles Kosing. father of
Mrs. II 1 1 loma; and Rose Frank
Lewis, sister of Mrs. Merson.
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EVE.
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WEST FLAGLER KENNEL
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The steam heated grandstand is
proving very popular at West Flak-
ier Kennel Club these chilly nights
Wist Flagler boasts of having the
only steam heated open air grand
stand in the United States an '
when California sends some of it-
excess icy weather down to thesi
' part-, fans ran witness the racin
greyhounds in perfect comfort at
that track.
Despite the fact that Miami ba-
in en \\ itn< ssiri -> me unusual!)
t cold weather this si ison the ni hi
ly attendances at the Flagler oval
is far iiver I seasiin, and indica'
tions point toward a banner cam-
at thi track. All attendance
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expected lo be broken this
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TUES.-THURS., JAN. 20-FEB. 1st
The Plaza proudly presents
MAURICE SCHWARTZ
in Sholem Aleichem's
"TEW A"
All Jewish Talking Picturewith English Titles
"Highest Artistic Achieve- "Triumph for Mr.
ment. says Dr. Fogelman in Schwartz." says H. Gutman
the Forward. in Jewish Morning Journal.
MR. SCHWARTZ IN PERSON
ON TUESDAY NIGHT AT 9 P. M.
No Advance in Admissions
SIX REASON:
'mfmbt.
/MPfiOMD
A
< OMMUNITY CHEST
Continued from page I
p The hni'C this year i- th ll
more than 50.000 will be liste I
among those who love their fellow
men."
The goal is $295X100 for l'JHi wel-
fare needs-
Last year but $233,000 was raisi
The agencies with limited fund- am-
ply justified their existence. While
not all agency records are complete,
here are things which your money
last year did, and it was accomp-
lished in about nine months instead
of 12. In addition to the li-t there
are intangibles which include ad-
vice and counsel which held fami-
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r i \ PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH rLOMDIAH TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 10th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN S9S6 Indian Creek Drive—6-1266 630 N. E. 31st St.—2-8548 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both oi the Rabbis will b In the Temple every morning. You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewis community, or yeur personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held In strict confidence. FRIDAY. JANUARY 28. 1*40. ; the teaching ofchildren off the streets and a* home making and home hygiene; from undesirable companions, training for citizenship; kecpim; hundreds ,.l oilier scrvecs y,c IttayJide 9nn CAFETERIA 1558-60 ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH NEAR LINCOLN ROAD New England Cooking — W. A. Perkins, Mgr. PRIME MEATS CRISP SALADS FRESH VEGETABLES HOME-MADE DESSERTS GORKLEIN'S w RESTAURANT Vi IJI tarian and Dairy Club Breakfasts 25c and up Luncheons 48c up Delicious Food Dinners 80c Pleasant Surroundings 929 Washington Ave. — Phone 5-9441 Meet Your Friends At Gorkletn's CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. SABBATH EVE SERVICES Friday evening, January 26th. at 8:15 P.M.. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will deliver the sermon entitled "A Common Front Against a Common Affront". 1 >r. Jacob H. Kaplan will conduct the services A reception for members of the Congregation ami for visitors will follow the services, under the sponsorship of the Sisterhood. SABBATH MORNING SERVICES Saturday morning. January 27th, at 11 A.M.. with the services conducted by both Rabbis, with participation of members of Confirmation ClassRECEPTION The Sisterhood of Temple Israel of Miami requests your presence at a Congregational Reception in honor of Rabbi and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitma.fi. Sunday evening, January 28th, between 8 and 11 P.M.. at Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19tli St.. Miami. j •^^rtJtif MEETING Wednesday evening. January 28th ai 8 P.M., a Teacher's meeting followed by a meeting ol the School Board will be held. Wednesday evening, January 31st at 8:15 P.M.. an organizational meeting of the Temple Israel Brotherhood will be lield in Kaplan Hall. Officers will be elected; an excellent program of entertainment wil be presented and refreshments will be served. All nun in our congregation are urged to be present and in bring their friends, whether they are members or non-members f the Temple. Mr 1!. W. Slote. appointed by the Heard of Directors as chairman of llic Brotherhood Committee, will be acting chairman of the milling. RADIO PROGRAM Sunday afternoon. January 28th at 3 I'M., cm the Radio Program of the Rabbinical Association over station WIOD Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will speak on the subject ''Relief and Make Belief". KABBI JOSEPH H. LOOKSTE1N Win. will be presented in a lecture Sunday under the auspices of the Mizrachi District of Miami. IN MEMOR1AM "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort tinbereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed : Recently departed: Minnie Feldman. mother of Mrs Max Solomon and Mr. William Feldman. Yahrzeits: Solomon Sperling, father of Mr. Nathan Sperling; Elijahu Kleiman, father of Mr. Herbert E. Kleiman; Abraham Richter, father of MrJos A. Richter; Yctta Kanter. mother of Mr. Harr> Kanter; Charles Kosing. father of Mrs. II 1 1 loma; and Rose Frank Lewis, sister of Mrs. Merson. SERVING — MIAMI BEACH and MIAMI Miami Jewish Funeral Home "EXCLUSIVELY JEWISHPHONE 3 3431 710 S. W. 12th AYE. AMBULANCE SERVICE THE RUSSIAN BEAR Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge Dancing and Entertainment Luncheon* from! 60c — Dinners from $1 — Cocktails RUSSIAN AND AMERICAN CUISINE 929 Lincoln Rd.. M. B. 5-7846 Free Parking t ing I 25c 2 to 6:30 PLAZA THEATRE S. END WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-5337 EVE. 35c WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB The steam heated grandstand is proving very popular at West Flakier Kennel Club these chilly nights Wist Flagler boasts of having the only steam heated open air grand stand in the United States an when California sends some of itexcess icy weather down to thesi part-, fans ran witness the racin greyhounds in perfect comfort at that track. Despite the fact that Miami bain en \\ itn< ssiri -> me unusual!) t cold weather this si ison the ni hi ly attendances at the Flagler oval is far iiver I seasiin, and indica' tions point toward a banner camat thi track. All attendance records in the state of Florid i • expected lo be broken this al Fla ft clearvers and ers dyj "For those who want the best" Quality Dry Cleaning Fine Hand Laundry Plant Phone 7-3216 EDITH and FRITZ 3236 N. MIAMI AVE. OPEN SUNDAY FROM 12 P. M. TILL ? Famous for German Specials TUES.-THURS., JAN. 20-FEB. 1st The Plaza proudly presents MAURICE SCHWARTZ in Sholem Aleichem's "TEW A" All Jewish Talking Picture—with English Titles "Highest Artistic Achieve"Triumph for Mr. ment. says Dr. Fogelman in Schwartz." says H. Gutman the Forward. in Jewish Morning Journal. MR. SCHWARTZ IN PERSON ON TUESDAY NIGHT AT 9 P. M. No Advance in Admissions SIX REASON: 'MFMBT. /MPfiOMD A < OMMUNITY CHEST Continued from page I •p The hni'C this year ith ll more than 50.000 will be liste I among those who love their fellow men." The goal is $295X100 for l'JHi welfare needsLast year but $233,000 was raisi The agencies with limited fundamply justified their existence. While not all agency records are complete, here are things which your money last year did, and it was accomplished in about nine months instead of 12. In addition to the li-t there are intangibles which include advice and counsel which held families together; the budgeting oi .. C/VFf YOU ffi&rff£&fc at POPULAR PRICE! RUBY SHELBY'S Studio of Massage Electric Blanket Vibrating Machines If. -ideiiti.il or Hotel ('allb by Appointment 1110 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3780 AUTHENTIC CHINESE SUPPER 85c FROM 10.30 P. M. UNTIL CLOSING A La Carte at All Hours Dad* Boulevard at West Avenue MIAMI BEACH i*


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& FRIDAY. JANUARY 26, 1940. THE JEWISH FLORID)AN PAGE SEVEN > ~ *v fa BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESuhELOFF. Rabbi 625 Michigan Avenue 'Phone S-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue 'l'hone 6-2013 SYNAGOGUE SERVICES SchachrisN: Daily ;ii 7 and 6 \. M.; Saturday ai 7 and 9 \\l. Mm.u Sunday t 9 A.M. Miucha I taily r-i >:IH1 to 5 • 15 r. M i h %  FRIDAY .(,.., FORUM i i: i _'. t' li tun l>} kabbi V i -. In loff. Caul >r M.i : I. %  %  wili lead in i i I too."* open ai Jl l'..\[. Scr\ ic start> i at X M). BAR MITZVA I iii Ixi i Krankce will celcbi an 1: becoming i if at e at %  % %  < % %  naliogtie services i In Saturdaj motnii kabbi Mcscheloff will speak lo tin boy afti bis bar mit/va address CantoMainchcs wil! chant tlx services Ketrtsh en is will '> served at the close %  th sen ice. I ? iends arc in\ itcd. SISTERHOOD BRIDGE Our annual Sisterhood Bridge will 1 held at th. Floridian II M this Monday afternoon il 1 :J0 P.M. This itl'. Sussman, visiting New York Habanoth leader, was the guest of honor. \ very interesting evening was spent 1>> all those present. The next meeting will l>c held at the synagogue Monday at 7 : l'-MFurther reports on the purchase "i Habanoth uniforms will be given, Arrangements i<>r entrance into tin Habanoth honor system will b< I made. MINNIONA1RES "The origin of our prayer-." will be the subject of a series of short talks !i> Kabbi M> scheloff at the communal breakfasts of our Miniiiouaircs. Our Minnionaires, under h II Uircctii 'ii i i Mr. M. Kleiner, liavc IJXII conducting thi ir own i n erj Sunday mi it niny d r the past threi > ai s, This year tin an leai ning a great number "i ung Israel ciniiiiuiii.il inel beautifying their service, thi .i. i • "i 13 and i in ii Sunday al 9=00 A.M. ,r \\i t 7:00 P.M. i R WOMEN er V il Li instead f \\ c IChamosho I tssi ir i. 11 In the tin evening's proJR. PIONEER WOMEN The Pii ineer Jrs. will me< t .iusual at 8:00 P.M. Thursday night. Newcomers are welcomed. REFUA SHLAYMO We wish a speedy recovery to Mr. \ .1 Tobin, Mr. M. Rauzin and all others who arc ill, but we hope, will soon return to us in full health. I WELCOME Our most cordial welcome i" Rev. Meyer Freed, representative of the Yeshiva Kabbi Isaac Elchanan, out K.ilibi Alma Mater. Rev. Freed addressed both morning services last Saturday. We greet also Kabbi \l Lesin of Lithuania and Kabbi S. Finkelstein. a graduate of the Yeshiva Kabbi Isaac F.lchanan. Our arms are opened too ii>r Kabbi J. 1 kstein, professor of hotniletics of the Yeshiva-College, who will spend a week'vacation at the Tides Hotel. The Scene from Maurice Schwartz's picture "Tevya", Tr f AIR MONT'S 'Sweet Butter i^icb in Flavor Never in Buik Fforrijfctiti Quadruplets Born In Miami "Elliott's I Hike", a thoroughbred Nubian goat owned by Dr. VD. Elliott's Goal Farm, at 8900 N. W. 27th \M-. was the proud father ol MAURICE SCHWARTZ FILM COMES TO PLAZA Direct from a record breaking run on Broadway, Maurice Schwartz's latest film "Tevya", based on the state play of the same name by Sholem Aleichem, will arrive at the Plaza Theatre in Miami on Tuesday. Jan. .10. for an indefinite engagement. The Yiddish picture. equipped with English titles, was acclaimed by the press and public (non-Yiddish as well as Yiddish theatregoers) as the "outstanding Yiddish film ever made". Interviewed recently on the mak" ins 'if "Tevya". Maurice Schwartz said, "Despite the fact that Tevya' cist $100,000 to make we devised the kind of scenario that would normally in Hollywood cost five tunethat amount to produce. It has come to tin point, now. where Yiddish films must compete with the best Hollywood films and the best French films. You can't hope to pass off a cheap, inferior picture, even if it is Yiddish. Audiences are too sophisticated for that." "That's why we look great pains Eleven years ago while in Vienna, he starred'in "Yizzhor", and more recently in 1933. he appeared ia American made film, "Uncle Moses". He spent eight months in Hollywood, uniler contract to MO. M. MYSchwartz will make a personal appearance at the 9 o'clock show on Tuesday, the opening day. neighbors! Do You Own Your Home? *. in making 'Tevya'. We bad to have '. u __ ,.,„ I fir-t ami foremost a fine play *o two setof quadruplets, born Jan. •" we -elected Sholem Aleichem s best known play which is known and loved the WTIII over—another salient reason why M I ; ad to di a 5oth and 23rd. which is an unusual exenl Both mothers are doing we i:st DR. V. A. SPOTO Dentist Vnn-iuneea the removal of his offices from th.. I'niversit. i { Clinic in Coral Cables to H""< I job of the film." There never wae a better than now to build on< time The Liberal Financing. Threug,h Federal Housing Administration Makes R Possible Give me a call and I will glader Help you to get the beat ooa-ibi.. information as to lta pea*. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Int. Agency 1015 Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-3151 mF^^^Mw. 12 SE. First Ave. j (Over Liggett*! Drue Store) l'hone 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" n 1 M



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o 1 ? a E2* id FRIDAY, JANUARY 26. 194i THE JEWISH FLOMDIAN PAGE THREE Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J rilRON) HEAR YE It's not that we're a sucker for British propaganda, but we're afraid there's more truth than poetry to Alfred DuffCooper's recent statement that there will soon be no neutrals left in Europe ... It wasn't foreign policy alone which dictated the Hore-Belisha ouster in Britain ... It seems the energetic Jewish war minister was getting under the skin of the old established army clique with his efforts to introduce new— and proletarian—blood into the officers' corps Winchell, in his researches into German war propaganda, has unearthed the following fraud German newspapers ran a big picture of a terrific mob, with a caption saying these were unemployed Americans "waiting in breadlines" What the photo actually showed was the New Year's Eve crowd having a wonderful time being free in Times Square W. L. White, whose letters from Germany to the New York Post came under the heading of brilliantly effective reporting, is delighted with the change of atmosphere now that he is in Stockholm "The Swedes," he writes, "have made me again proud that I am by race a Nordic, because if you had listened, as I have in the last | thirty days before coming here from Germany, to all the chea^ claptrap about race, you would have been ashamed (as I was) To belong even to the same animal kingdom" Bundists, "Christian" Frontists and the like please take notice ... Is it true, by the way, that William Dudley Pelley, the Silver Shirt leader for whom the G-men are looking, is now engaged in disbanding his gang and destroying all its records, and then will give himself up? GIGGLE DEPT. The war gags that come nut "t" censor-gagged Europe include the quip about the Nazi leader who sighs: "If only we could teach our people t<> eat grass" Not t'> mention the new Nazi recipe for a sandwich aptly named the scrap-ofpaper special To make it you place a butter ration card between two bread ration cards Then there is the one reported in the Current Digest about the German frontier guards who one night dumped all their rubbish onto Swiss si.il The Swiss, instead of protesting, cleaned up the mess and the next night put out a case of twenty pounds of their best butter on the German side of the frontier Attached to the butter cask was a note: "Every country exports its best products*' ... On our own shores there's the New Year card that Mark Hellinger sent out: "Best wishes for a Merry Christmas. Happy Xew Year, Fourth of July. Yom Kippur and Hitler's funeral'' THIS AND THAT Diy you know that back in 1925 Karl Marx polled more votes in the German presidential election than Hitler did in 1932? And we don't mean that metaphorically, either Hir>:lenbv.r<:'s Centrist opponent in 1925 was one Dr. Karl Marx. who got 13,751.615 popular votes, as a.^ainft the 13,417,460 Hitler had seven years later in the last free elections held in Germany Salvador r!e Macla.ia vvil i| Mar-. SOCIETY .i student m MCT I s ael Kabh i '• >ll<:_<. -i BaJtiim ire Tin-i ...'... will liscuss the chain intj c >n i ; t • %  if Kducal mal lenden :ii in \ineri can lewish I fe Rabbi Kellner conducts these Forums and after the lectures a general discussion iheld. Mr. Morris Hoffman leuU in the Congregational singing, A cordial M'AMI ART CENTER SHOW OPEN \ one-man-show of portraits, welcome is extended u> all. landscapes and fl iv i r pic 'Cs in oil .mil pa i.l. b> Julius Rosenberg, is LADIES' low "ii view ai the Miami \rl AUXILIARY Center. Miami Woman's Club. I7.i7 A general meeting of the Ladies' N'orth Bayshorc I trite. Vuxiliarj will be held in the SynaI"lii's Rosenberg was born in Rogue Tuesday evening, January Westphalia. Germany, and comJOth, at 8:15 I'M. \ report of the menced the study of arl at the age success of the Package party ind "i 5 in Germany, and Liter in Milan the committee for the fortlu i iin and Florence, Italy and Belgium Purlin Ball will be heard, lb studied under Hanli, Grossman. \'.i > and Schebeck. During a visit t,. Havana. Cubahe painted the |H>rtrait of Mrs. I The next meeting of out Bos.rd ol Mcndoza, ihc wife of one of the I ,ir ctows will be held in the Vestry largest Sugar Plantation owners I Ko '" "' 'he Synagogue on Tuesaml Bankers in the Island. This is!' l:,v ni K h 'January 30h. at S:.! Mr Rosenberg's first exhibition in '' x l l n 'neeting is of consiil tins area, and he is a resident of '' '''' '"'Portance as at this time Miami Beach. Rabbi Kellner will present his plans \. Inns-inn t,, |h c Miami Vrl Cen''"' ll "' forthcoininu membership ter is free. Visiting hours arc from drive which will mark ll e tenth anI" \ M. to I P.M. daily, excepting ""versary of our Synagogue. Saturdays when the gallery closes CHILDRFN'S BOARD OF DIRECTORS ai I P.M. BENEFIT TO BE HELD \ Spanish Fii -t.i fi ir the 1 .f the Spanish Ri fugce Children in Concenti n I 'amps, v. ill bi h Id • in %  mil %  lanuai .'"'•' < P..M I Yaeircr's Roof. Pi Ml ft ends an I KIDDUSH The splen lil-rease in I! attendance i liildren at tin Sabbath sen ir %  is marked bj n •; ecial Kiddu so ivd i il>. drcr through ihc court %  -> A i %  Mr. II %  '< ads "lie rhilil i't I.I is • ittcnd .iIlu i foi w ir'I \ I-.in-. In M City. I ; i bru irj 7. -. 9 in I Hlth. ;i c.'iit'i ental C %  %  : %  • l i '' i \ i I .' i I Further details u I m iiiuced. %  traditi %  r* +— %  — —• Kosher Killed Chickens and Turkeys. Compare our Poultrj and Prices at SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO, 317 N. W. Fifth Street Rev. H. M. Kagan is on duty every day. ——* REFUO SHELMO \\ i h:i| .' i .'i r %  for his i •-ORUCH HABO I ami i Ji %  -• ; li l.ooksti ll n ted i il II speak in oiu SVIM Season's Best u %  from the STANDARD GARAGE 3d N W. THIRD STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA Sun. I iv i emng. V\ i n". our many frit nils to ava'l i .. sel\ es ol the prii ilege i i hi .. this remarkable orat" i .il ilu i Sunday coming. AT HOME Rabbi and M rs. K. Hi i an informal ruciplion in li i Rabbi Joseph II. Looks! ... evening ai b:3li I'.M .u which tii the local Mizrachi leaders will i ., an opportunity t.. hear Rabbi I.n ii the probli \. rid M r i CCNGRA1 ULATIONS \\ i an ph ased to c\tend n.. i Ma/e! Ti i\ reelings to Rabbi an I Mrs. Cohnati A. Zwitman and pi i i" the Mmight) thai ihi r union may lie blessed with Misand tinned happiness, MIZRACHI REPORTS The Melavc Malkeh Satin night was a i ne and well atli gathering marked by proud works • •i Torah and religious songs. I'demand of those present another such gathering will be held Saturday night, l-'ebruarj 3rdi at which time a Palestinian report will b< rendered bj Rabbi Baruch Schlichter. representative of the Hapoel Hcmizrocbi from Palestine. PATH OF SORROWS I We mourn with our sister MrsNathan Adelman who is in btre.n nient over the untimely loss of her beloved brother olov hasholen May she be comforted amidst (hi mourners of zion and Jerusalem. We extend profound sympathies k. Mrs. Jacob Margolis who is si I ting shiva mourning the loss of dear brother of blessed memory, May she be consoled among the : .. iurnei of our People, when death occurs Phone 57777 mmm CHAPCL / HT. 1890 MAXWELL HOUSE DINING ROOM 214? S. W. 8th St. Phone 2-5912 Chicken, Steak.. Chop*. Sea Food Breakfast — Luncheon Served Try Our Chicken a la Maxwell Dianer 550 Sunday Turkey Dinner DINNERS 50c up 1134 WASHINGTON I AViNUI 1 MIAMI BEACH NIW YOIII! rf 74th STREET • AMSTERDAM AVENUE CHARLES ROSENTHAL EDWARD ROSENTHAL M O I'T O HI O S INTH A l ^A



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r £ s (• wJemsti Filaridlam w VOL. 13 — No. 4. CQMBMNG T/he Jiewiislh HJinBlty 3&JL QjUXTJjtJkVJjUjMj^'' MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26. 1940. fit It*. Hi tr, V| S Quota In Sigkt For 1940 Federation Drive •\we go to pros the Greater Miami Federation <>f Jewish Welfare Funds is holding the lasl general workers meeting of the present l-W Campaign, Figures to be announced an expected t.. pass the (90,000 mark. Solicitations will be abated until alter the Community Chesl has completed its campaign after which time the remaining prospects will be contacted. "It iprobable thai we will reach our goal of $109,850," Mr. Stanley I*. Myers, president, stated "as there are sufficient people, who have not yet contributed t" Federation t" enable us ti> achieve our worthy and necessary undertakingThere are many contributors t" oilr last campaign who are temporary nut of town or are incapacitated but who have signified their willin mess to make their contributions, These contributors will ra>e the total very close to the quota figure. Considering conditions prior to Federation's organization less than 500 heads of Jewish families contributed to Jewish causes. In Federation's first campaign more than 1600 family heads contributed and this year there are more than 2000. Prior to Federation's existence approximate money given to Jewish causes totaled 125.000 and this year more than $90,000 will br distributed. Realizing the tremendonsincreasewe were faced with, 1 foci that Federation lias made preat progress in this, its second year of existence." Sufficient praise cannot bi given t,. our tireless band of wrkers who % % %  %  Ifishly of themeh 15, The Campai n was piloted by Baron de 11 %  g h V r> < %  ••. wh i bi '" ht last \, r's di iv e %  a successful cot sion. Rabbi Lookstein To Address Miamians CEMETERY ASSOCIATION PLEDGES AID In a siat. inenl by I. f.. Minister, president of the Greater Miami 1 uMi Cemetery \%  ri ition, stating thai hi n alized ihe great nc*d (.i the goal bein reached and that all c rganizations, if able shoul I i immediate sacrifice t i aid. has pledged his i it mi/ation conttHbu* lion of $1500 when Federation coni: ibutions a egati tin I 'tal of $98500. totaling $100,000 towards the goal. REVEAL CASSIDY TRIED TO DESTROY CHRISTIAN FRONT MEMBERSHIP APPLICATIONS New York (WX'S). According t. information recei.cd from The Hour, a newUttei published by the Vmerican Council Vgainst Nazi Propaganda, an attempt was made. mimdiatcly before the arrests ol John Cassidy and 16 other Christian r'ronters, to destroy all membership ipplications ol the Brooklyn Christian Front. The Hour report reveals that imncdiatcly befo, e the arn i>ts. a neeting "i Ihe Christian Frunl was' calkd b> Cassidy in Prospect Hall. Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparently tipped off that something was about to happen (although not realizing how soon), he made an important announcement at the meeting: that all membership applications of the Brooklyn Christian Front were to be destroyed. The members at the meeting could, he said, come up and claim their application forms, which were on file. He declared that the* were free cither to retain .>r to destroy the applications; that everyone had to decide this question lor himself; but thai on Februarj 2 all (the unclaimed applications would be destroyed by fire. The purpose of returning such applications, and of lestroying those remaining in Cassid* 's hands. as ti > a\ oid the i %  • sibility of letting the inf' rmatii n i•o tin \.i 't number and identity of Christian Fr< mt i bcrs fall int the hands I th Government. Tin li i f i if the Christian I ally anxii >us to a\ oid the | o.. Ability of (1 the th i Christian Front niembei n hi i v i re ei • ol the Federal. State and N'ew >. City [overnmPnts. Cassidy also explained it the mi tin i' i! in ordct I binder an fntui i im e lion b; thi uthori %  tics, no signature of a member would from then on be required bj the Christian Front, except on the individual's own membership card. v\ hich w %  mid, if c< nirse bi his w n inal propertyIt has not yet been determined whether or nol Cassid) bad time before bis arrest t %  destrov or hid* their old cards and unclaimed ap' IIS. ly m nm_. January 28th. at %  'i the Rabbi Isaac Patients were dragged from then F.lchanan Theological Seminary and bids and put out in the street, thi holds degrees in New York City I reporl said, despite lemperatu es College and Columbia University, is 10 to 20 degrees below ,r Thi Rabbi of New York's leading OrJewish community arranged fot thodox Congregation, has taught their removal to Jewish schoo Homilctics at the Yeshiva College houses where the} will bi cared for for the past ten years, is national under trying conditions, authorities vice president of thr Mi/ricbi Orhaving forbidden removal of medical ganization* and bis doctorate thesis supplies and instruments from the •n "Jewish Family Life" will soon be published. Rabbi C IBlocb. chief Rabbi of the Oitholox Jewish Community i i Jersey City. N. J.. and honorary president of the L'nion of Orthodox Rabbis of America, will also speak. hospital. Saturday midnite January 27tl at the Plaza Theatre, M iami, I, .. iexpected to turn out en masse for the Sixth annual "Cavalcade oi Stars" sponsored by the Young Men's Hebrew A ciation Nick Kenny, noted New N Columnist and song writer, as in the past, is m charge of the program for the evening. Headed'by -ucs famous stars as Harry Richman, George Jessel and Joe K. I.ewi,| master of ceremonies, tinant for the evening will include Abe l.yman and hi. orchestra; Tony Martin. Sammy Walsh, Billy Grty, John Marlow, Jem Bergen. The Hartinans, Jack Dempsey, Bob Nolan, and bis orchesl Hildegarde Sammy Fain, Owen \ Parker. Cross and I Uinn.Terry Kruger, Joan Abbott. Peter Higgins. The rapid spread of typhus iill, Buddy Walker, l.ou Holtz and lic.ited in the figure mentioned in other entertainers %  i stage and the report as compared with advices screen fame who are vacationing in reaching hen two weeks ago which *" ,s area. said that two bundled and fifty ty' Tickets for the event are going phus cases were being treated in the rapidly and may be obtained by call\n enjoyable musical pro-ram will Warsaw Jewish hospital. The pa"'*4012 or 3-3940. A sell-out, as be presented by Cantors Maurice | tients are being maintained by the was last year, is expected. Mann!. e.. Victor Jacoby and Ber-. I Jewish community with funds raisnard Richenberg, the latter a vis tor from Mourn Vernon. N. Y. Tickets may be .blamed at the door or from any Mizrachi member. Ml member, and friends are | a|h in* iled to attend. Catholic Weekly Asaailt Coughlin A Directly Reponible For Plight Of 17 Arre.ted N.w York (WAS) The Commonwealth, Catholic magazine this week devotr. its leading editorial to the case of the seventeen members of the Christian Front charged with a plot to overthrow the government. The editorial lays to Father Coughlin. The Tablet, a weekly newspaper published by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, and Social Justice. Father Coughlin's paper, direct responsiility for the plight of the arrested men. Federation Council Meets At Detroit New Yrk (WNSiMore than 500 delegates representing Jewish federations, welfare funds and comPRESIDENT'S BALL TUESDAY NIGHT \n |i a de Count ill h nscious I Tuesdav night thai '' i il ij : ihe ilaj \ %  thi bettci hotel-, n i, stauranls will ihei Is' cl .ier to raisi ney I "fighl infantile (Kiralysis" ivhich i this oci •| i ,. |., ,. hcii conducted b* the Committee for the Celeb of the Presidi nt' Bit' da* • ol which AFrank Katzenti.i oral chairman Half till -non,;. raised will be kepi in Padi c tin) • for the con i: in ti in this Mil inter ,,. a pled children, which Miami contractors will build n cost, and half will gi i Lu the National Foundation for Infantile Para!) sis, \\ alt! %  Winch II Mir ulio comi .r and new spaper c 'imtunist eil by voluntary taxation of each lewish family, the rep rt disclosed tbo.e wishing to bury their dead i:i the belter section of the Jewish cemeterj contributing one thousand zlotys. The report further lisclosed that thirty -four lewwere executed iii Wielic :ka, m ar Cr • w alleged!) irges that an I amtnunit : %  n wen found 11 the I I gogue(ither priv ate rel bli ad from I' lat I • % %  i aled lhal > etc i Ihi lewish poptiation in L'pper Sil sia and T C s ei h id bei n i ted 1 %  litarv auth re. Mr. Leo Robinson general chairman, is being assisted by MrHerman Wait. man, ticket chairman. and Mr Maurice Grossman, executive director, Exiled Gov't. Readying Report I V\ NS Kxti nsive rej lish terril char) > thai I lertnan and S iel ha and reatment" pic. at Ihi rcfuKCi I rnmei 1 ncc.il was disclose .1 hi re s~, .. c The reports, isstu I bv the 1 i.oii^itiin supports lected into an official volun < • ind include charges that many : andhav e bei n < seen:, .1 r subji cl ed to extreme hardships, that other thousands have been driven i the r hi mes. pul in concentrate ps^or sent to I ierman) in forced lal or bat The reports further ch Ihi Gi mi.in. ., ri ., eking to rid the •"'•I.mm \, | ti i! K, i c |, j Poles, allegedl) bj execution Christian Front Detroit fWNSl The Re If ., p.. t'. ut I n. who las! w i ek "roundl) dis a %  • % %  > I" lh i 'hi stian Fronl in Ived in the arrests of 17 New >. bv Ihi I n ted Si tcs Gov ei nn > nt ch ,i. .oft: casi n. m hi %  %  %  l.e i Sund i\ criticized ni w ace uiit of the recent arr, ~t of the seventeen men in New York on mass deportation on shori notice, charges of plottini w tin \ summar) of Polish developL'nited States Government and took ments compiled by the Polish Inivho is here on vacation, is .,„] ull ;. ne Christian Front-J formation Center in France includas chairman for the celebrations "While I do nol belong lo any ed the follow w hic will bi conducted thai nit unit of the Christian "'" three Polish provinces Geihotil the countr) He reported that "the response to his request for munity councils in 111 cities in the United States and Canada will consider their policies on fund raising, welfare activity and community organization for the coming year at the seventh annual General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds opening Coughlin said, "nevertheless I do many began a regime of terror unnol disassociate myself from that paralleled in history. Mass execit. which I hav, said in advocating its tion of all classes of society was nrco-operation from club., hotels and movement rea ffirm every word ganized by Gestapo agents. Tb, exrestaurants indicate, thai the fund f orma tion ; I re-encourage the ecutions were mostly m the publ'c raised here will place Dade county Christians of Vmerica to cany on squares and included men and -n this crisis for the preservation of women in equal numbers. Hostages Christianity and Americanism, more from each district were .elect, cl by very high in Ihe per capita donation, for the entire coun'ry. /igorously than ever despite this the Nazi authorities and executed The effects of the war on overthinly veiled campaign launched byseas needs, Palestinian reconstruction and refugee activities will be described at the opening session by Saturday night. January 27, in DeI) r Chaim Waizmann. president of pro-Christian. anti-Communist and troit. the Jewish Agency for Palestine; anti-Nazi group." certain publicists and their controllers to villify both the name and the principles of this pro-American. on the slightest pretext"Thousands were transported to far sections of Germany where they are used for hard labor. German authorities boast that, to date they have transported 8.OGU0O0 Poles." (



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r PAGE FOUR rhomnnAM FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1940. if Jems t IFIIcndliian PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue i: J. LOUIS SHOCHLT. Editor \ B'NAI B'RITH T NOTES bv Harold Turk. FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager It will lie the policy of this col ^% jfe, L? .A THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) last l.i| CAVALCADE OF STARS ks. lure we are "ti Tlu Great Cavalcade <>i Well folks, lure we are on tl'C Ente.ed as second class mattei July 4. 1980, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act o.* March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES nniii to have members of the B'nai gt arSi for which all of you have B'rith, who arc Chairman of Coin-1 |j ecn waiting, is finall) draw i mittees or particularly active in ., c | os e This Saturday mid ante branch of B'nai B'rith activij anuarj 27th. at 12 O'clock, on the ties. I writi and inform the memj stro k e ,., the bell, the Y.M.I bership through this medium about SUBSCRIPTION One year ... Six Months $2.00 $1.00 VOLUME 13NO. 4 JANUARY 26. 1940 such acti\ ities. VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE Bj Joseph \ Bcrman. Comparative!) few people deliberately choose and plan a life caret r The gnat majority drift al school until, i"r some reason or other they leave school t.> go to work. They lake th< best j. b that iavailable at the lime, and then drift about from one job to an .tl ei until they possibl) settle down I i a fairly satisfactorj employment. Life has been compared to a > age upon tlic sea. We would think that any man. who would set out THAT "FLOOD" OF REFUGEES 'will present it5th annual Cavalcade of Stars, bigger, b> tl greater then i 11 The "at si rracy" of the t ; i itr. the "400" of the screen, the "cream" of radio will appear al tinshow. Hold your breath and cast your eyes upon tin following arra> and galaxj of Star, that will ai | cat Saturday nitc Harry Richman. Jessel. Joe R. Lewis, \le l.ynum. Tony Martin. Sammy Walsh. Billy Grey, John Marlow. Jcrrj Bergen. Th< Hartmans. lack Dempsey. Bob Nolan and his Ortra, Hildegarde. Sainni) Fain. Owen and Parker. Cross X Dunn. ... Kruger. Jean Vbbutt. Peter boat upon tin sea without chart iHiegins, Bu< It is Hitler's doctrine that a lie repeated often enough will gain acceptance. One of the fundamental rules of successful propaganda is to disregard facts, or to invent them as the need of the moment may require. This method has been used in creating a scare in the Unitfor which they may be fitted, ed States regarding refugees. Anti-immigration forces have joined with anti-Semites in spreading the impression that this country is being flooded with refugees who will take away Americans' jobs and bring American culture under their influence. What are the facts? | James L. Houghteling, United States Commissioner of Immigration, recently issued the report of the Immigration Bureau Walker. These arc but a fev. of the celebs thai will appear, there will b. then to i ntertain youAt thi< time we want t.. thank tl following nite clubfor their DAY TO BE OBSERVED Hr J. S. Stewart and Dr. Harold Rand will be the principal speakers .HI the Social ygiene Day program ,n Feb. 1-t at the Y.M.H.A. Club Rooms. 1567 SVV. 5th St-, when community progress in social hygiene and control .it' syphilis will l> reviewed, it was announced Maurice Grossman, Executive l)i1. ct. ir. With emphasis ..tt a against syphilis" theme, the mectin udl cnsidcr the problems of medical quackery and the sale oi worthless nostrums, and other illegal and wasteful practices as they relate to venereal disease control. It will also evaluate existing case-finding and treatment facilities in this city and State, the announcement added 1 ir. Samuel I'.ecknian will be the chairman of this program, I M. Beckman iCultural Chairman of the Y.M II %  V < (pen to the public, the meeting is scheduled to begn .it s Mi o'clock sharpNational Social Hygfene Daj 1 each vear in every state in a ,r compass, and without anj other aim than to keep on going, drifting with wind' and tide, was very foolish. Yet, this iabout the waj in Inch t. 'o man) set out upon a lif career Ever) young man anil woman should realize that ti c> have the responsibility and the opportunit) '" %  e "' P ,an "' "•?' f r x >" '•" ,lUk %  l a ck L De r i .T r," having their Ping-Po and m more than five thousand communities, and is sponsored by the Kmerican Social Hygiene Association in cooperation with health. ti -v in c>o| erating with us ,. welfare, civic, and medical orgatnb\ enablms us to have such .... ,. nations, and itstate and local antlM. Undid entertainment: I lie Kovai _. .i-, syphilis eomnutleeI'.ihn Club. C luh V ontmentale. In „ng semi-finals. and to progress in. some life work am Restaurant. Mother kelh >. Hie ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ '' obtained bv writins I j ., ,. ,_,„ mn-2 ... „ the B'Nai B'Kith offices in thi hundred over the figure for 1938. This very small increase, ,, ,, .. ., .. .. .... „. .. cress Building, or to the Y.-MH-v Houghteling declared, is clear evidence that sensational storlw r> 1 1 ,^,1,1, ], .,, ,,1 _,,] sin uld ies appearing in newspapers and magazines to the effect that enter this contest much heft flood of alien visitors are being admitted to this country on cause the prizes glamorous but any sort of excuse are not based on cold facts nor on the conbecause the opportm scientious records of a responsible government agency." '' '""' '"%  ''" B ... sell and vocation. So much for entry of visitors. As for permanent immi, ,„ c u ,„• „ u ,. An VOC ation grants, the bureau reported that a total of 82,998 entered the j s ,; basis of business succi country during 1939, of whom 43,450 were listed as Hebrews, nal incss, and achievement. including 30,096 from Germany. The total German immigra, %  '<"' wise selection of the business tion was 32,759—including some who entered under the previ' ,U r 1" f which one s life is to be devoted and ous quota .' thi development ol mil efficiency in Despite unparalleled persecution in Europe, the total of ,,„. choscn ,„ M ,,,. ,„•„„.of visitors and transients increased by only a few hundred. This grava concern to young nun and country's population of 130,000,000 received 32,759 permanent the public These problems must be run ot two weeks. They are also planning an lc ) r wi „ u? selling like the proverbial "hot NEWS AR oUND THE TOWN cakes" We have been compelled T|l( BowHn(( Teanl members had t,, install anothei phone al the "\ l|]( ir | ong awaited banquet at the • lake care of reservations, rhere W|j] Penn Ho|e a>( ^^ The "e but .. few ple for example, tin and those that like to be by themselves .1the research vv irker or th. hemist, th. ise that are languagi minded, like French and Latin. those that arc mechanical like to make things, as the carpenter or sheet metal worker, those that like to live and work in the open and those that prefer the shop. The person who wants to raise fruit trees will never be contented to work in a shop or sit at a drafting board, (Continued on Page Five) returned fron .1 trip 1 rats 1 Nat I:.. Dr. .%  uel B and Henrv '' %  on theii f of Troop No. 6. We kn H ol 1 one who U more callable to lead the scouts than Herman. Good luck, Bo) Scout. The Y.M.I I Basketball t. "" .I. feated Rusty's 36 to ; -' Wednesday evening. \ttention all > ne Oals and Guys birthdays. Man) happ) rel rns von know in advance all ,l "day. gentlemen, if 1 ma> call • the "Get Together nan,." you that Herman Waitsman. u 1 i Thursdav. member of the Board, and Tick I Feb. oth. at th< "Y" Incidentallv Chairman of the Cavalcade, has Feb. ."ih happens to he open h appointed actins Scout Masl that means, evervthinc is on the bouse So everybody come ai brine everybody else. \\'. ,ll al' dance %  swell : '' band and have one awfully good timeDISCUSSION GROUP This en mi was 1 %  • mixed by t. n and girls wl ired the betYMII.V (36) ter things oul of 1 .' % %  Thev %  Baida. 1 meetii 'heir ofR.>sen f have drawn up their Rule M Green, c and By-Laws and are doing quite Kont, u well. The age requirement is 1" Rakusin. ..iiMiii'" are hi 'd on Thursday nites. We'd like to r>ee mon of you attending. •Y"-ETTES to show you the light, the Yrttrs .ire the e\ Sub-Debs. These gals and hoys it seem-, have a verv ble time on Saturday nites when they hold their meetings. Handweider, g Rl'STY'S (32) Barrow, f Caves, f Bishpp, f Mom. f Me Michael, c Little, g Kinard, g This Saturday. Jan. 27th, thev are Martin, g 1 2 0 it > 1 1 0 • 1 1 j II ,1 0 0 1 1 f 'I A 11 1 0 .1 A 1 1 1 1 0 0 4 1 1 .! 1 1 1 1 3 0 1 > *-z



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f PAGE SIX m JIWIU FXOMPIAH FRIDAY. JANUARY 2. lS4. A NEW SERIES Office Phone 2-1473 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi—497 Southwest 18th Road Home Phone 2-2176 •PERMANENT CALENDAR Daily services at 7 a. mand Friday evening 8:15. Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30 a. m. Late Friday evening services. Friday evening 8:15. Junior services, ^Saturday 10:30 RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTION Sabbath Services: During the services Saturday morning Melvin. the son of Mr and Mrs. Harry Michael, will be "Bar-Mitzvahed" One week from tins coining Sunday. February 4th, at 10:JO A.M. Rabbi Max Shapiro will review Sholem Acshe's newest book "The Nazarene". In view of the many comments made by critics, both 'Christian and Jewish, with regard lo tins l>c>k. the Rabbi will discuss ii from the standpoint. "\: : \ hi VBBl SEES IT". Ii i the intention to eonduci a new series of book reviews, from time to time, on Sunday mornings [as a part of the cultural program ol 'iiu Institution. Members and friends ancordially invited t attend the firsl review. Sunda> morning, February Ith, PROMPTLY al 10:30 in the Synagogue SCHOLARSHIP We are proud to announce Hebrew Svhool. 3:15 to 6:15 p. at. Sunday SchooL Sunday 10:00 a. m. Bar-Mitzvah Group, Sunday 9:W a. m. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES This coming Friday Evening Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services, and Cantor Louis Hayman. accompanied by the Beth David Choir, will chant the prayers. During the services Friday Evening we shall be privileged to hear a direct message as to the actual condition in Nazi-Land. Dr. Richard Wolfe, formerly of Munich who arrived in this country in recent months will be the guest speaker. Dr. Wolfe, a noted attorney in Ger. many, and a Veteran of the Gtrat 9 o'clock. A "Kiddush" will be given in the auditorium after the | the firsl scholarship for an impovservices, erished student of Hebrew School for Junior Congregation: The senthe entire year of 1940. has been ices oi the Senior and Juniors con-Ipresented by Mrs. Jenny I.etine in by the Junior Congregation memory of her beloved husband. duett takes place every Saturday morning at !<):.> Harold Shapiro, VIhert Eskanazi and Herbert Glazeroii are in charge of the services We arc happy to note that ihc attendance is rapidly increasing from Sabbath to Sabbath \ "Kiddush" is given in the auditorium immediately after the Benediction, under the chairmanship of Mrs. I.. '. Hart/. Bar-Mitzvah Group: The BarMitzvaf] group meet every Sunday morning from 9 to 10 under the direction of Louis Gadon; boys of 12 ami over are eligible to attend The boys arc taught the melodies for the different "Portions of Law". Talmud-Torah: An innovation has been made in the curriculum of our daily Hebrew School; that of "Nigena", liturgic music as a special course once a week under the direction of Cantor I. Kaminsky. The Talmud Torah curriculum includes the Study of clcniciitry an I advanced Hebrew. "Chumosh" with "Rashi Niveim" religion and its Schmul Nissan Li i inc. The scholarship is for the amount ot' $25.00 toward|he full tuition "i a student. We express our thanks t.i Mrs. Levine, and may the soul of her beloved husband indeed repose in the bond it' eternal life. This is one of the outstanding "Mitzvos", for the TALMUD I ok Ml HAS PRECEDENCE OVER EVERYTHING-" Dr. Benjamin L. Goldstein of New York City, and formerly of Miami Bearh, is now located at 1138 W. FLAGLER ST. Phone 2-6916 man Army during the World War laws. Yiddish and other subject will speak on first hand information I pertaining to the Hebaric culture with regard to the subject "REL1 GIOL'S PERSECUTIONS IN GERMANY." An "One;; Shabbos" and social hour will take place in the auditorium immediately after the services. M • s. SMarbach vi ill -i r i •just) ss to the wi irshippi %  -. Sunday School: A unique program is being arranged for the assembly tins coming Sunday under I BOHEMIAN SMORGASBORD SHIVMI AT OLD PRAGUE RESTAURANT in.1l COLLINS t\ E. MIAMI BF tf.ll From the Czechoslovdkian Pavilion at the NEW YORK WORLDS FAIR Smorgasbord Dinner Prom SI.2S European Cuisine MOTOR OVERHAUL $3.00 PER CYLINDER Dont rebore—we guarantee to stop your motor from pumping oil and smoking—We install special ringsgrind valves — synchronize points — clean and adjust carbuerator — Tune up motor — 90-Day Guarantee DOWNTOWN GARAGE 3-4 S. W. First St. I'h. 2-7233 IN ORLANDO IT'S THE EL CHICO CAFE (On the Avei.ue) Special Menu for Late Parties OPEN ALL NIGHT Chico-Chieh Served at the CURB ONLY 496 N Orange Ave. (At Amelia) ORLANDO Services: l-'ricl.iv at S p.m. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will speak on the theme. "GIVING AND TAKING ADVICE". This theme is suggested by the advice Visro. father-inlaw of Moses, gave to the great leader ol the Exodus. P i brilliant leadt Ineed adtict ? W h • should ad\ is, \\ In ii should :niic< i" given and when should il be taken. Shabbal Ser\ ices al s -** 1 a m. Confirmalii m Class meets with Rabbi Skp al 10 30 a.m. Guest Speakers: During lit. few weeks < Irlando Jewt > Kabbi Richman of Washington. IV n'. director "i the Washinutoii Uureau %  i Vnl iti>n wtirk < %  T the I'.ii.ii Hi ith. Rabbi and \l rRichnian were the house guests Kabbi and M rs Skop during Iheii stay in i Irlandi %  which was ihi of Rabbi Richman's boyhi I. I lowing 'lie friday services antl tlu' splendid address "i Kabbi Richman he as greeted b} all o( Irs friends wlin remembered hint as a young hi >y, Another guesl speaker was Pr Manfred \rie who s|K)ke most dramatical!) al.. ''it his expcriei i ~ and travels since his forced departure from Vienna at the adtcnl "t the Mazis I le made a fervenl plea fi i united work in helping the eal luint I hs-i ibutii 'ii C miniil tec L'nit. cil Palestine Vppeal and the National Coordinating Col itee fti Refugees. Mr. Guin/ber. din %  u the Florida office i t ihc Xatii mil Coordinating Committee, also spoke mi the situation .,i the refugees in Cuba and Miami. CHAMISHO OSOR B'SHVAT: Due t" the cold weather the oul door celebration for Jewish Arbor May was held at the Synagogue. The School Board presented each child with a bag of Palestinean bokser and goodies. Following the pros-ran of stories, questions on Chamisho ()s,,r. recitations .,„,! -• the bf iys and girls turned ir. their Jewish National Fund boxt Kabbi Skop will semi the %  "Hotel to purchase trees for plantnR in Palestine during the season Kabbi Skop will 1 present a book review of "Hear. N Sons" by the well known Jewish novelist Irving Fineman. Mr. Fineman is now residing In nearby Maitland and will be a guesl speak er in the near future at a Friday mgbt sen ice. JEWISH TOURIST CLUB: \t the ins t met tint if the lew •-'I Tourist Club which meets al the n Thursday c\i HEARTY WELCOME: To our winter visitors including the world famous miniature painiei "I the Bezalel School in Palestine. Mr antl Mis. Ueber Freedcitthd and children. The Freedenthals e\ peel t" take up resilience in I Irl .1" For the past few yea: Lieber (his professional name) ha, ben busy paintiiiG for lii-t rii il museums some "i \merica's uutstanding early citizens. His is< nhate taken him tin m OUl America and I'.urope\'.,| „ n |\ does he paint exquisite portrait miniatures "ii ivory but also !.,:. i ts in oils. Mr. Freedcnth I will ileliver a public lecture on his art al the Syn ui next Thurs! %  • evenini .. guesl of the Jewi Tourist Club RABBI SKOP'S ADDRESSES: lu" atldrcsses before the Faculty and stu,bins ,,i Jones Senior H • Scl I>nc on "The Jew in American I li-t II v ; "Minoritit s in a Deracy". I'M' re the Knnwles Chapel C %  iti"ii al Rollins College u intitation of I lean Rev. Nance. Th speech on "The Christian and Jew Find Common Ground" was broadcast over station WDBO. Lecture before the Department >l Religion ai Rollins College "Survey of Modern Jewish History". Closing Prayer before .gathering at dedication of Girl Scout House Lecture to Methodist Church Class es studying the Hebrew ProphetsFUNERAL SERVICE: Upon the sudden death of young Irving Lipitz of Brooklyn, N, V | who was i n Orlando taking coursein Baseball Training at the famous '-ie Stripp's School ,.,' Baseball, Rabbi Skop and Rev. Leshinsk) were called upon t" oft.ciate. Irving was aii active Jewish baseball player and leader in athletic activities at the New York Y.M.H-A. He was suddenly taken ill with a ruptured intestine and passed away fol'"in.: an emergi ncy %  er 'ti n St rtices wt re held at the local chapel. Interment in N'ew York O^U/Y/lmiei olthz tamflu. Wm qUd 0 luted Alka-Seltzer And They 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 \\.IVJ covers its use in all conditions listed below. Gas on Stomach, Add Indigestion, Heartburn, "Morning After", Muscular Pains, Neuralgia, Headache, Distress of Colds, as a Gargle In Minor Throat Irritations. Alka-Seltzer l\M RED SAN IN(.S MORTGAGE LOANS INSURED SAVINGS £>$ MORTGAGE LOANS 45 N. E. First avenue at the corner of First street LOW COST LONG TERMS Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. LIPTON, President •*•' fc_



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l'AGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. JANUARY Z. me ?>pg^ g=!^ < gg*: < gg?>;^gg<'^g^^g'>^B^>£ E*SS*=. EV£2V22V£S-:<=2-:-2E:*TT| SOCIAL ACTIVITIES RAY U. SIIOCIIET, Society Editor SISTERHOOD HOLDS BRIDGE %  msor, ; |he Beth Jacob Sisterh 1 hcUl M >nda> al I 30 I'M. : tcl. Mrs. B II bcrs i • • • ANNUAL CONCERT TO BE HELD %  \ March 31st. has been ani ..in.. .ithe date for tin nntial Cantor Maurice Mamches i the Beth Jacob CongregationCantor Mamches "ill be assisted bj prominent artistsFurther details will %  <• announced in : ii thcoming issues. VISITOR HERE LECTURE TO BE GIVEN M • I *c| Ii I. Ti %  ; ci of \\ ash inj ti n. I\ C. w II %  ->> %  th third in 'ivies and I [he Jew ish Cull Mrbe "Cau v. • • • INSTALLATION HELD More than one hundred and fifty pi rms iv i • |>r -<:ii .ii the installation HI officers banquet <>f the Workmen's Circle Branch No 692 Those installed were: Mr. II. Leibson. chairman; Mr. Morris Jacobs, finance secretary; MrHarry Rose ree rdinp Kcretarj ; MrMr. MRS. S. H. LUTSKY Mr. SamuclW-Wohlstadter from Dave Gross, treasurer, an, Nrw York is visiting in Miami with Boris Rifkin. hospitaler. Speakers his daughter and son-in-law Mrduring the evening included Mr : ,.,l M r .. Harold Turk. Leibson. Mr Dave Abrams and Mr. I'.. Wolf from New York and Mr. \. Beninson from Chicago. Mr• Jacobs, secretarj • gave a report "i the cultural and social work i.i the past year. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED The engagement TO ADDRESS STATE CHAPTERS Mrs. S H Lutsky. president of the S' luthcasti rn Regii m i \ Hadassah. will speak Friday al ten January 2bth. on "Youth \ for the Jacksonville Chapter of HadassahSaturday shc'will adIress the St. Vugustinc chapter. Mr-. Lutsky i presid nl of the ; ent< Club i i M iami Jew -~\\ \ Woi en's organizations, and ivice :ii iii tinMiami Chapti i %  ii the Wi mien's I >n i-i n i the Vinci ican Jew ish O ing rcss. • • • SEASON'S GREETINGS GRADE "A" GOAT MILK Only licei %  and Gov't. Inspected Goal Dairy in s th Florida Visitors Welcome Daily Delivery DR. ELLIOTT'S GOAT DAIRY 8000 N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 7-2952 of Miss Jennie Spector, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. ISpector, to George Edward WELFARE BOARD iRurney. son of Mr*. E. Scholnick. ELECTS OFFICERS j£ I was announced Sunday evening at District No. 9 Welfare Board, all the home of Miss Spector's parits annual meeting, yesterday, electents, l" u l S. W. 17th Si-in the Jed officers for th year 1940. \< I-. presence of their immediate famMcDonald was elected Chairman' ilics The wedding will lake place and Troj C Davis, Vice-Chairman| n Vprii. ^''' birs attending the meeting Miss Sped r was graduated from were VKin C. Horton. Mr-. Guy V Miami Senior Hi School, attend* i Williams. Mrs Bernard Simon. K ed Klorida State Colli i Women Memoi ial Hospital for Ti Nurses. Mr. Burnt > attendi I nd is assoiateil I inai N Y rk Bakery. EXECUTIVE tiOARD MEETS I he first mi etii the 1 %  l.adii \ux %  i > I.i • : %  %  I Weiiibt-i corres] lary; \!,. i .., |ih \ Bei ncial -. cr tar> M : ("harli %  %  ckwitt, and Mrs S h Si I km. auditi ir. i >nlj • be lected to n i i :. and o mduci spi cial business bi tw ei n ii k'ular meetings was a< i ted Committee chairmen appointed • re Mr-. Mi yer Schwart? By-Laws; Mrs. Prank Coret. mcmbei'ship; MrFrieda i', iclu in, hospitality ; MrI ii Goldberg entertainment; Mesdamcs Sam Blank and Harry Mar kowitz, courtesy; Mrs. Joseph A Herman, telephone; and Mr-. Milton Saslaw. publicity, Fur thcr appointments will be made at the rcgulai meeting which will be held the same evening that ShoKin [\ C. I 'a\ iW0LPERT' S r*URNITUREi BARGAINS! • • y/e Refuse To Be Underaojd". %  PHONE 3-4132 CABLEITES AND CORAL GABLE VIS Phone 4-3155 3M Yi f n r: A -IT r 2235 S. W. 8th Street GREATER MIAMI'S MOST CHARMING ARTISTIC PLACE TO DINE Mr. and Mn. Han Freyer + ARTIST CONVALESCES HERE Maurice Schwartz, the worl III, w -Ii at list and act >r, comalcscinu .it the Chati au it ler ilic -u of Aida Sloan. 6901 Co-al Way. C iabh -• befi ire his pers nal appearance at tin Plaza Theatre Tuesday evenit M r Schwartz has -; cm several weeks at the Chateau De Santi after his pcrsi >nal al ances in New Y, H IThi atn -. • • CONVALESCES AT HOSPITAL • Mr. Isid i K tl 'recuperating > at the Mia i II -; RETURN FROM NORTH M rs. Nal an kd< linan and bi thcr Mr. Jake Brenner of K -an< k Virginia, returned to Miami 1 day fron Hagersl iwn, Mil., where they attended the funeral of tin i ir.thcr. FINE SADDLE HORSES s Riding Instruction Mo nilgai Rldei Riding from 7 A. M I i I SO P. M. North Miami Riding Academy \\ i;. ..Hi Av l-in.nr 7-10*1 + + ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION 320 N. E. FIRST STREET .//f/aco MUS/VKLE tminoit W. 25TH AVE. AT 16TN ST. PICKWICK INN RESTAURANT 152 S. Elit St. CHARCOAL for BROILING Club Breakfmt. Lunch. Dinner MRS. GRACE GRAY Supervising REV. J. MALEK Experienced MOHEL PHONE 2-0828 300 N. W. 16th Ave. Catering to the Discriminating since 1925 COLUMBUS HOTEL PHONE 2-8471 ALLIGATOR WRESTLING HOURLY ADMISSItR 25 ONE OF FLORIDA'S: ftiihtmuhtui GtftncJioni KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. %  INC. 37th St and Normal Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Caokod and Smoked Meats DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN Now Obtainable Everywhere in Florida CHESED SHEL EMETH TO HOLD DINNER [Mans II.I.IIn n completed the Chesed Shel Kmeth dinn wit h v I be held Sunday ei Januat at 0:30 I' \l al I Aud S V\ i\ il \ r V iamiIn cl i i are Mis Mar> I'cl sted by i ne. 1.11 ... i.e-t U I.itt. Max 1 iii \\ einer. An inram will be presented Admission charged will lc one dollar per person and reservation" maj lie made b> calling 2-1473 ot 2-2193Ml members and %  %  nviird to lie present, • VISITS IN MIAMI BEACH Grand Rabbi J, II Eichensteiii. Ziditcho\er. Rabbi of Chicago. IIlim I-is \ isiting in Miami l'.i-.n Ii THE SEASON WHY Some people ask wby we provide so many services—PLUS services— in addition to the basic job of geaerating electricity and bringing it to your door. Wby do we have btae deaoflstratioas. light conditioning service, modern office facilities, displays of eo.oipm;Bt? Wby free home economist service? Wby kitchen planning? These PLUS services make the ost of electricity more convenient and economical, or acquaint yon with new ways to pit it to work for yon. Thus, PLUS services increase tbe general nse of electricity and make it possible for is to generate and deliver it at the LOWEST RATES IN HISTORY! • MEANING SOMETHING EXTRA. OR SOMETHING ADDED. OVER AND ABOVE J0ST ORDINARY SERVICE. > J



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% %  & FRIDAY, JANUARY 2i, 1940. *d> ^Z THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE SOCIETY WIN HONORS Miss Theresa Berlin, daughter of Mrs. Gertrude Berli'i of Miami Beach, received Freshman Class In.imrat the Flora Stone and Matin r College "t Western Reserves, Cleveland, and was chairman of one of the important committees of Col. IVKC Stunt Night recently heldMrs. Berlin's son Nathaniel of \delbert College of Western Reserves. Cleveland, recently w.m w tli his partner Lev) the Handball berhip chairman. Announcement LARGE ATTENDANCE AT SMOKER Mure than three hundred were in attendance at the annual B'nai It'rith smoker at the Atlantis lintel. Miami Beach Wednesday night. J. Aron Abbott presided and I'.. Albert ['allot introduced the entertainment for the evening which was greatly enjoyed Brief remarks were made by Judge Sabbath of Chicago, \he Vronovitzi Leo Robinson and Stanlc) C. Myers. \ plea i'>r sufficient additional memberships to ; .1-ilu1.01X1 was made by Leo Kisenstcin, newly appointed memCouncil News I'be regular weekly Forum sponsored by Miami Section of National Council of Jewish Women will be held Friday at 2 P.M. at the Evans Hotel Miami Beach. The guest speaker of the afternoon will be Mr. Francis P. Locke, well known news commentator of the Miami Daily News, whose subject will be and seventeen have been taken from the oppressed lands of their birth and placed with children of their ages in villages and colonies in Palestine where they have been and arc being trained in trades and professionsYouth keeps a nation alive! Youth are the tomorrow of a people. Yes thank Cod that we Jewish people wHl have a tomorrow. Youth Aliyah. the international movement started at the outbreak of German madness. ithis I blessed agency. Blessed is the incrican and the Warring Na„,„.,, ,-,„. pu yourse H in the place Tournament for /'a I. I'au II ittse• • • VISITING IN NORTH Mrs. Ida (ireenl)latt of Miami Beach is visiting in \ .inland. New lerscy. with relativeand friends. CENSUS CANVAS IN FULL SWING Knnumerators arc now canvassing the business linns in Dade County for the United States I OKI Census. Merchants are asked t" cooperate with workerin preparing the data immediately so thai the work may l>. concluded as soon apossible enabling Miami to receive valuable publicity as t.. its unusual rapid growth in the lasl few years. Because of this it is also urged that true information which ikept coni dential. he gh en. \i the regular meeting of the Y.W.H.Aheld Wednesday evening Mr Harry Morvil. well known Jewish actor, presented several interesting playlets on the evening's propramMrs. Sidney Stepkin presided over the short business meeting which preceded the program. was madi thai I lenry Monskv be in Miami February 7th. B'NAI B'RITH NOTES Continued from page 4 however, i:' a young man has a physical handicap that lllighl make fruit growing open to failure, it iwell for him to consider another vocation. A re-choicc of vocation is often necessar) but remember—it is more costly the older you are. especially it' you have family responsibilities I'sually a re-choice means a lower -alary or necessitates expensive preparation. Some timeit is possible to get further education in the evening schools, but it takes grii to turn oul three evenings a w< eV after a day's work in shop or office. The writer, therefore, tiroes all who are intelligent enough, to understand their plighl invocation, to call at the Y.M-H\. every Monday nighl for consultation with him. Meanwhile join all the other es-a> writers so that you. too. may be paid for your interest in your selv cs. ti ii' Admi-sion charged will be twenty-five cents per person, A musical pro-ram will he presented,All members and friends are cordially invited t-. attend. The Miami Section will hold a Hoard meeting Tuesday morning, IJanuary 30th, at !• A.M.. at the Young Women's Christian Association Building. Miss Gertrude Pinsky, national staff worker, will be ; ri -i ut Ml members are urged to be presentWednesday morning at the Odd Fellows Hall Mesdames Irving Kobley Isaac Lev in and Max Steuer represented the Miami Section at the I lade County Federation of of the Mothers of these children and realize what it meanto know that your child will have c paritive safety, thai he or she will not go hungry and will not turn blue and lard with eld. Realize thai yon will not sit helpless ami watch your young one who you bore with pain and joy become listless and dumb, thin and hopeless. American Motherfind it hard to picture such things Being safe in a land of freedom they can't know the heartbreak. They can't know the relief the Youth Aliyah linn-If by chance when your eyes are closed and you wonder how son can help because you wish to keep such from your children, remember the Junior sah can send more children to receive their gift of life. This bridge, Mah Jong, or bingo party, call it what you may. will be in the Fleetwood Hotel card room February 27, from K P.M. on. The committee in charge is composed of Hannan Mack, chairman, Bessie Krick. I-'ayc Engeh Mary Goldstein, and Helen Fleischer. A Board meeting will be held Monday, January >K, at Pauline Querido's home. 2103^ SW. 7th St. Board members please be present. Women's Clubs meeting. A report I Hadassah annual bri .lye. Buy of this meeting will be heard at '.lie next meeting of Council. ticket— or better still, buy severalThe bridge this year will principally raise money SO that lunior lladas+Phone 2 8864 „ ~V\"£ w. "A R 0m CAFE LITTLE BOHEMIA CZECHOSLOVAKIAN RESTAURANT 930-S N. ESecond Avenue, Miami Eit.bli.hed 1925 FOOD AND SERVICE THAT ARE DIFFERENT Junior Hadassah By Elsie Kronenfeld Black in our minds has for the most part merely denoted a color. Not in this day. Black now denotes fear, dismal and horrifying. Black now denotes despair. Over most of the world dread and terror hold sway. Our present day canvase are being painted with these drab colors. Is there any brightness? Thank God yes! For Youth's being given life. 5.500 boys and girls between the ages of fifteen Serving Florida's Finest American Jewish Dinner St. Regis RESTAURANT 446 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH CAVALCADE *OF STARS* SEASON'S BEST WISHES TIP TOP GROCERY STORES "THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES" 27 X. W. Fifth Street—Phone 2-8194 1301 West FlagleiStreet—Phone 2-6745 665 x. W. 36th Street—Phone 3-3876 X Benefit of Y. M. H. A. /'; %  < seating A HOST OF FAMOUS STAGE. SCREEN AND RADIO STARS IN A PERSONAL APPEARANCE Including NOW Sty FAMOUS AND A OPEN FOR FOODS GOOD TIME Im por ted Amstel Holland Beer on Draft—Choice Liquc >r SMILING FRITZ, M. C. 221 N. E2nd Street Phone 2-9124 HARRY R1CHMAN JOE E. LEWIS MILTON BERLE TONY MARTIN THE HARTMANS HILDEGARDE OWEN AND PARKER FRANCES FAYE GEORGE JESSEL A.BE LYMAN LOU HOLTZ JACK DEMPSEY NOLAN'S ORCHESTRA SAMMY FAIN CROSS AND DUNN JERRY KRUGER TICKETS ON SALE AT Y.M-H.A. HEADQUARTERS PLAZA HOTEL BUSTERS WAFFLE SHOP $2 $3 $5 $7.50 $10 The Miami Beach Kennel Club in appreciation tor the splendid work being done by the Young Men's Hebrew Association is glad of this opportunity to C .rate ... bringing this outstanding event to the attention of residents and visitors in Metropolitan Miami.~Fr.nk RAnder.on, Present. IN SEABOARD AIR-CONDITIONED RECLINI NG-SEAT COACHES COOL, CLEAN, COMFORTABLE One Way from Miami NEW YORK .... $23.57 RICHMOND 15.65 WASHING! N 18.00 BALTIMORE 18.95 PHILADELPHIA 2, 3 £ BOSTON Nil fall lntl 30.20 PITTSBURGH 2S.13 BUFFALO 28.46 TAMPA 3.90 JACKSONVILLE 5.50 ATLANTA 10.40 CHICAGO 23.?0 NEW ORLEANS 14.75 CINCINNATI 17.70 Similar low fare10 til points. c oacb fare* listed above j;."l on the streamlined "SILVER METEOR". 10 % REDUCTION IN ROUND-TRIP COACH FARES ON THE SEABOARD SYSTEM Consult Ticket Agent or T.W. I-ii. -kr-tt.A.G.l'.A* 173 E. Flakier Street, Miami. TEL: 2-3125 -2-6104. GO MODERN! GO SEABOARD! GreyhouHd RACING NIGHTLY Post Time 8:15 p. m. Admission 25 centa Steam-heated Grandstand Electric Odds Board All Glass Starting Box WEST FLflGLER __ KEnnEL CLUB ur.jLudifi. at utkChrL i


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