The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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VOL. 13. No. 5.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1940.
PWK.i-. in < .-,NTS
Monsky, B'nai B'rith President
To Visit Miami: Executive
Committee Meets at Tampa
96th ANNUAL MEETING OF
B'NAI B'RITH'S EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE TO BE HELD
IN TAMPA. FLORIDA,
FEBRUARY 4th AND 5th
\\ \SIII\i'.T< >\. 11 CThe "'ill
animal meeting of the Executive
Committee of B'nai B'rith, which i-
i iverning bocl> '>i the oldest
and largest national _l -
organization in the I nitcd Sta'i-
between triennial conventions! will
l held at Tampa. Florida, Febru-
ary -lih and 5th, according to an an-
nouncement here by Henry Monsky,
111 sident of B'nai B'rith.
Major questions ol policy, pro-
^.nii and budget thai will determine
B'nai B'rith's activity an.I partici-
pation in all spheres of Jewish lift
during 1940, as well a- next year's
work "i such major B'nai B'rith
arms as the \ntl-l tefamation Li ai ue.
the Hillel Foundations, the Alcph
Zadik Alepli, the Vocational Service
Bureau. The NV.tional Jewish
Monthly and Wider Scope, will he
decided upon at tin- two-day session
of the Executive Committee over
which Mr Monsky will preside.
B'nai I!'r111 i'- role in meeting tin
vital issues confronting American
Jewry as a result of tin- war-created
relief problems ami Palestine re-
construction aii- other questions due
to In- given lengthy consideration.
The relationship of the growing
B'nai B'rith women's ami junior
girls auxiliaries to B'nai B'rith i-
also expected to receive ample dis-
cussion,
Mr. Monsky's annual report, sum-
marizing B'nai B'rith's achieve-
ments during 19.W. will be tlic high-
light of the meeting- The executive
Committee will also receive detailed
reports from Maurice Bisgyer. sec-
retary; Sigmund Livingston, chair-
man of the Anti-Defamation Com-
mission; Sam lieber, president <>f
the Supreme Council of the A.Z.A.,
B'nai B'rith's youth organization;
Richard E. Gutstadt, director of the
API. ; hr. A I.. Sachar, national
director of Hillel Foundations; and
the members of the headquarters
staff in Washington,
The officers of the Supreme
Lodge of B'nai B'rith and members
of the Executive Committee arc:
Mr. Monsky, of Omaha, president;
Alfred M Cohen. Cincinnati, hon-
orary president; Judge I M. Gol
den. of San Francisco; Louis Fa-
bricant of New York and Vrchibald
Man of New Orleans, vice-presi-
dents; Sidney G. Kusworm, Dayton,
Ohio, treasurer; Maurice Bisgyer,
Washington.. D. C, secretary; Sig-
iiuitid Livingston. Chicago, chairman
of the Anti-Defamation Commis-
sion; Sam Bebe-r. Omaha, president
of the Supreme Advisory Council of
All pi. Zadik Alcph; Sidney Stl rn.
Goldsboro, N. C-; Judge Joseph
Kun, Philadelphia; Benjamin Sam-
uels. Chicago; Harry B. Epstein,
New York; J. Eugene Farbcr. To-
ledo, Ohio; Nathan KatZ. Pitts-
burgh; David Goldman, Oakland,
California; Alvin Kartus. Ashcviile.
Sholem Lodge
Makes Progress
SHOLEM LODCE-THE
REAWAKENING
A Hittory of the Lodge.
H> Elry Stone
With the entry of the United
Stati inl thi \, rl nal life m our country -,..
ed. Most of on,- youni : had i n-
lered into the armed forces of our
country. Tl Idi r men were i:
mersi in tl.eii
- ni i ariim> for ci\ ili.in
ivar work,
^ ith ihe end of the war. and the
slow r< lurn oi the soldii -
tune el.i; -i | could n -
adjust themselves to peace tune ex-
istence. Then came upheavals in
economics the first blow was
struck in the South with the terri-
fic drop In (he price of ci itton ;-
all fratcrnitii -in fi red throughi ml
the South in particular, the B'nai
B'rith reached a very low ebb ; and.
in many communities, the lodges
retained their charter- bj virtue of
the fact thai a few determined and
sincere nun did not want to let this
worth-while organization pa-- out
of existence \\ itlt the perspective
of Time, w i can m >w ap| reciate
then- g..o,| judgment and praise
them for their determination.
With economic conditions at par-
ticular!} low level in Miami and
with a rapidly changing and fluctu-
ating population, it was difficult to
find enough material to form a suc-
cessful lodge. Just five year- ago.
Sholem Lodge had a mere handful
of members, meeting .nice 0r twice
a year, barely existing. Then, a
small group of interested men de-
cided that it was necessary to revi-
talize the lodge and brought about
a reorganization, that proved heal-
try and salutary Too much credit
cannot be given to Brother flyman
S- Jacobs, now Treasurer of the
District Lodge, tor In- untiring ef-
forts in attempting to place this
lodge on a solid basis.
With the reorganization, Ik,
Levin took the helm ami with his
skillful guidance, ingenuity, tut and
sincere efforts, led the lodge
through many of the early perils,
pa-t the rock- and tee;- of shallow
misunderstandings, to the secure
-\ atei i Success, \round him
were gathered a group of hard-
working, earnest thinking, altruistic
I crs, who ... v e i tin ir time, their
effort, their money and talent to
the work of tin- order. It i- to this
small grbup of men that the present
lodge owe- it- present power and
success without this firm founda-
tion, a successful lodge never could
ha\ e been launched.
(Continued On p*ge 5)
\. C.; Aaron Droock, Detroit; and
A. D. Beartnan, Memphis, Tenn.
David Robinson of Portland, Ore-
gon, chairman of the National Anti-
Nazi Hove d Committee of B'nai
B'rith. will also be present.
Greater Miami will he privileged
to have a- it- guest next Wednes-
day Henry Monsky, president of!
the Supreme Lodge "i B'nai B'rith,
who will he accompanied by the
firsl vice-president of the District,
Mr..Alvin Kartus and other mem-
bers of tin Executive Committee,
n hi i hai e mie t r n I at ; ., w hen
the 1 ixecuthe Ci inmitti i si
a i n held.
Mr. Monsky was born in Omaha,
was ail ihi Bar in 1912.
Hi is a graduati i i I 'n- .In m I 'ni-
versity of Omaha, and secured his
Law Degree emu laude. He vvill be
accompanied by his wife. Mr- Daisj
llit'sh Monsky and will stay at the
Royal Palm Hotel at Miami Beach"
where they vvill receive vi-it- from
|i ed members i >i B'nai B'rith,
Sholem Lodge \o. 102-1 will be
host to President Monsky at Tem-
ple l.-rael Wednesday evening start-
ing at K o'clock at which time the
initiation of the Henry Monsky
Class, of more than two hundred
and fifty new B'nai B'rith members,
will take place The initiation ri-
tual w III i inly be ; arl if a bril-
liant program which includes the in-
vocation by Dr. Jacob Kaplan; an
i Idle-- if wele. ne by Presideni I
\ron \bbott ; initiation by V.Z.A.
Lodges of Miami and Miami Beach
under the direction of Louis Hit
man: a musical interlude, followed
by the initiation ceremonies ol
Sholem Lodge; the presentation of
flowers to Mrs, Monsky by Mrs.
Isaac Levin, president of Ladies
Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith: the in-
troduction by Isaac Levin of the
vice president of the Supreme
Lodge. Mr \lvin Kartus who vvill
introduce Mr. Monsky who will ad-
dress those present, followed by the
benediction by Kabbi Max Shapiro
which will conclude the program,
Refreshments will be served by the
Ladies Auxiliary.
HENRY L. MONSKY
if i Itnaha, N'ebi.. ska. pr ddenl oi
the Supren e Lodgi B'rith

FEDERATION ASKS AID
Conti ibutii ns i" the 194(1 Cam-
paign of Greater Miami F'edcratioii
of Jewish Welfare Funds are si
being received at the offices in thi
Congress Building. Ml those de
to make pled) to thi dm i
an a-ked to please do so.
Attention is called to the fact that
this ana I- at present filled with
collector- and solicitors from all
over the country. If the commuii t.\
will co-operate with IV Icration. an I
refer thesi gentlemen to Federat'o.i
offices, they will he doing all con-
cerned a r< at justice. Those re-
presenting organi/ati us, whose
causes are justifiedwi"'be taken care
of at Federation cs. One of
the rea-oii- for I i deratii m exist
ence is taking care ol these insti-
tutii ms,

We,fare Bureau
"Night Of Stars"
February 19
The sixth annual "Night of Star-''
benefit show for the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau will be staged Monday
evening, February 19, at the Olym-
pia, Theatre, it was announced bv K
K. Adler, in charge of arrange-
ments, at a luncheon meeting held
lue-dav at his Ki\ o Alt ni mie, on
i Beach.
M rs, Bertha [,e> y has bi en ap-
pointed chairman of the ticket
inittee. assisted by M rs. M at \> n
Blank Arnson who vvill super*, se
' e tick' t -all fi >r M iaiui Beat h,
and Mrs. Ida I Ipner. for Miami.
Assisting the rmen an
Mr-. Max Slnier. Mr-.
M rs, Ann Jac bs,
Ralph \. uii Id. Mr-. Milton D,
US. Mrs. Leonard II. Finn.
CHILD GUIDANCE
By Joseph A. Berman
J. ARON ABBOTT
president of B'nai B'rith Sholem
Lodge Nj. 1024.
(The writer will be glad to an-
swer any problem of his reader-
Write to him in care of this paper.)
The. mental attitudes and behav-
ior patterns which we develop in
our early youth predetermine to a
great degree our later adjustment
in Society. Personality traits are
formed verj early in our lives and.
as we advance in age. these traits
become more fixed and permanent
Consequently, later in adult life, we
find it more difficult to overcome
undesirable attitudes and behavior
pattern-.
There are many factors which en
ter into the final determination of
the type of personalitj which oni is
to develop. As > oil no doubt know,
heredity plays an important role in
deli i.....ling the personality make
up of any person But more im-
portant, 1 think, is the environment
al factor. One's attitude and be
havior in later life arc influenced
by all the environmental forces with
which a person comes into contact
from the very day he enters the
world. This being- true, the train-
ing of the individual for his proper
adjustment and for finding his pro-
per place in society should begin at
birth.
Obviously, the individual himself
can do little as an infant and young
R. R. ADI FRJJ
JChairman!"Nighl of Stars"
i
Mrs. Newton Levinson, Mrs. Lewis
Rosenberg, Mrs. A. F. Frcidmaji.
Mrs. Jack Miller, and Mrs. Lewis
Brown.
It is earnestly urged that tickets
be purchased now. because there is
a rush for seats at the last minute.
when most of the better locations in
the theatre have been taken.
Harry Richinan. whose efforts
last year did so much to make the
-h ,\ an i i erwl elming success, m ill
again be chairman of the entertain-
ment committee assisted by Mil-
I'erle. Jack DetllpSey and |
1 l.ivvi-.
Mrs I', Mardeti, visiting at the
Dempsey-Vanderbilt. will be in
charge of ticket -ale- for visitor-,
and Mr. Benjamin Gaines, director
of the Dempsey-Vanderbilt Hotel,
will supervise the hotelmen's divi-
sion.
chilil to mold his own future atti-
tude and behavior. This is in the
hands of his parents, relatives an I
teachers and other associates
Psychologists have repeatedl) said,
if proper training of children wen-
provided by parents and relatives
and proper attitudes developed on
the part of teachers towards the
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BZBON)

THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Transatlantic whispers have it that Hitler won't find the
road through Holland as simple to traverse as he hopes when
his big spring drive opens on the Western front in about th?
middle of March ... The Hollanders haven't been napping,
and have the goods on quite a flock of Nazi spies who are try-
ing to undermine their country Remember that story of a
couple of weeks ago about eight German refugees who ar-
rived on our shores after being detained on a French submar-
ine for some days? Well, one of them is said to be a Ges-
tapo agent who, after fulfilling a mission in Palestine, is now
turning his attention to these United States Latest Broad-
way quip to reach our ears informs that "the German people
are getting sick and tired of the goose-stepright now they
would rather have the goose" Ask your local lecture forum
manager what he has heard about an impending talk-tour in
this country by Britan's ex-Minister of War, Leslie Hore-Be-
lisha This reminds us to report to you that Pierre van
Paassen, whose extensive lecture tour has had to be canceled
to date because of his prolonged illness, is on the road back
to health, but still can't extract from his physician a defin'.ts
promise as to when he will be able to go cut to lecture .
NEWS BITS
There's a Republican in Congress whose fear i>i lien
Cohen's influence i>n administration policies is so great that
he is preparing a House fight against the National Power Plan-
ning Commission, of which Cohen is general counsel, in the
hope of chasing Ben out of the Capital by cutting his salary
off from under him Now that Chairman Leo T. Crowley
of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is about to retire
from the i><.st he lias filled so splendidly you ought to know
that the discoverer of Crowley and the first to get him int.
a government agency post was Henry Morgenthau, Jr. .
We trust that official Washington is keeping a strict eye on
Lobbyist Louis I'-. Ward, editor of Father Coughlin's "Social
lustice," which has given so much aid and comfort to the un-
christian Front And we hope that by the time you read
this Morris Ernst will have refused to take over the defense
of the "Christian Frontists" Have you. by the way. read
"The Censor Marches C.'n." a biography of censorship since
the dawn of history, written by Ernst together with Alexander
Lindley? And, while we're on the literary angle, we'd like
to recommend "From Another World." the autobiography of
one "I" America's finest poets, Louis I ntermex er .
BOUQUET DEPARTMENT
Orchids to Dr. Samuel Margoshes for leading the fight
against those Jewish leaders who refused financial aid to that
group of Jewish refugees stuck on the upper Danube .
The refusal was due to the fact that the salvaging of the group
would rebound to the credit of the Revisionist party .
Three rousing cheers for Benjamin Winter, president of the
Federation of Polish Jews in America, for coming out pub-
licly with the statement deploring the choice of the notoriously
anti-Semitic General Jozef Haller as the Polish "good-will am-
bassador" to this country Hats off to Al Jolson for inter-
rupting his Florida vacation to hold on to Ben Bernie's radio
job for him while Ben is in the hospital with a major operation
. Felicitations to Jack Benny for his seventh successive
election as the nation's most popular radio comedian .
We've not yet heard of a lawyer who doesn't like Judge Birdie
Amsterdam, first woman to be elected to sit in the New York
Municipal Court, but a lot of barristers are having trouble re-
membering that in her court the traditional phrase should be
changed to "if her honor pleases" .
WEIZMANN WIT
The other day John Gunther entertained Dr. Chaim Weiz
mann at his home, the other guests including some of Ameri-
ca's foremost journalists When somebody asked Weiz-
man just how well he knew Gunther the president of the World
Zionist Organization replied: "We know each other so well
that at the last Zionist Congress Mr. Gunther dispatched a
demand for my resignation" On another occasion, when
Dr. Weizmann was talking with a member of financial and
theatrical notables, among them Sam I'.ehrman and Clare
Roothe, he was asked (by Miss Boothe, if you must know)
what he, as a chemist, would consider the formula expressing
the chemical make-up of a Jew "Thirty per cent fear,
thirtv per cent chutzpah and forty per cent sweetness," was
the Weizmann reply .
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
154o S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI':, RhSIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:43 p.
m.
Friday evening services, 5:30 p.
m.
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset.
FRIDAY NIGHT
FORUM
The popular Friday nijshl re!'_.i-
u- forums will have a in..-1 dis-
tinguished (juest speaker this week.
Kul>bi Dr Samson Raphael Hm-Ii,
......erly chief Rabbi of Wur/bur^,
'criiKiny, who is al present pr fes-
ii' 'i I iihnuclic studies id" t'n
Israel Rabbinical College in Haiti
i'>re, will speak ,u "Jewish I u
cat:onal I lopes in V ca I r.
I lirsch u ill also conduct die Talmud
. lass "ii the Sabbath afterno n
Rabbi Kellncr u ill preach the
inx -i i moii ami Mr. I larrj I.
1/ .'i brilliani studenl al thi N'er
Israel Yeshi\ a. h II s| eak at the
Shalos Sudos.
ANNUAL
BALL
Our annual ball whii!. is alwa> -
"i"' "i the mo i outstanding I'unc
tions of tin war will be hold Tin -
daj night, February 27th. at tin
Miami Worn* n's Club. I h -
tjeors ballroom w h ch has been ill
-cne of our lasi two m< -i mi i
frl balls has been ncwl\ painte I i.n I
ilcci irated and its n'< >i; ms -, itin
". erloi .km.- His .,;, up |{,,j i. |,v
self a fine attraction The co-n-
l' appointe I bj I' c l.adu -
Auxiliary i- full i :-.,:; ,
-; i did ami enjo} able e.e'i n
in store for all those who u
tei .I.
LADIES TO
MEET
A special social iiicitiii-j ..
I.nlies Auxiliary will 1,, htld I'm -
day alien.....n. February 0th, al _'
I'M in the home i our h i isui r
Mi S Stone at 101)1 S. \V. 11 li
Terrace, Miami.
Our .!i ir sister \l i Si- me li. -
just recuperated n- mi a i
hi -- and tlii- affair will be in i u i-
iin i a Seudas I lab I
- : ir--:- hi of [ rat itiul
\lnii;.lii\ i ir In- mere i Phi
discussion held will In- the ,i. 1
Kail.
JEFUO
3HLEMO
\\ e pray fi .r (he -pi i 1
of ..in- dear sister Mi-- Sam l.ai-
land who i- recuperating from a
serious illni s- in \ ictoria I lospital
Mr. Nathan Adelman i- recuperat-
ing front a severe malady ami we
praj for his speedy and complete
I IS.
NICHUM
OVELIM
W e i xtend our sincere ci nidi
to the Kabii n ich family o\er the
ly los> f their .lear \l >ih< .
ihej bi mfi -rii- I amidst ilic
: d Ji-in akin.
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NOTES
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
Harold Turk.
......." n.iiimHi"m.niimmiiiiiiimuliilii
JAVALCAPE OVER BUT NOT
MMMMM......iiiiiiiiiiiHHiiKiirN
and our special
\GER\I\NY ana RELIGION
Two important events occurred last week which had a
clear connection.
(1) The Vatican radio began to denounce outspok-
enly the "horrors and inexcusable excesses committed upon
a helpless and homeless people" by the Nazis in Poland. It
related the execution of priests, and other Catholic function-
aries, devoting the better part of three broadcasts to the sub-
ject, apparently with Papal approval.
(2) Soviet newspapers disclosed that H. H. Mikhailov,
General-Secretary of the Komsomol, Communist youth organi-
zation had announced at a plenary meeting the conclusion of a
Soviet-German agreement for a unittd front to combat reli-
gion.
The impression had prevailed in some circles that Soviet
Russia was the chief threat to religion in Europe. There had
been a disposition to regard Germany, despite her brutal at-
tacks on minorities, as loss of a menace to organized religion
and faith in God than Communist Russia.
Now it has become strikingly apparent that Nazi Germany
represents no less a threat to religion than Red Russia. Al-
ready according to Protestant Church sources in Switzerland,
Nazi Leader Hess has ordered the translation into German and
the widespread distribution of Soviet anti-religious literature.
Moscow and Berlin have arranged to exchange information
in the drive againgst religion.
When Hitler in 1933 contended that his persecution of Jews
was based only on racial principles, not religious oppression;
that his oppression of Catholics and dissident Protestants was ioin our I."due hut wh
a political action, having no reference to religion, there were' uUctc(l to ''" K as "" "u has
proached them as yet.
Brother members remember that
h will be tin- policy of tl- col-
i have mi nibers ol the B nai
B'rilh. who arc Chairman ol C
inittccs or particularly active in
I'.'nai P.'rith acti i-
:, -. to wi iii- ami inform lh< mi in-
ici -In. tl it ..h this medium ab u(
-:.Ti acti' ities.
* *
B'nai B'rith has started th< \> w
.,
,--i-. tin in-i.tii.iT'hi ila.iqiii i '
nd tin- Si li I
S >'k r i Januarj 41li.
I u.i- imfiirtuiiati enough to be
tint I ,ii -1\ i 'I in or ten
ninutcs after tin Stan and Smok-
' begun and although .'. was
quite early I t I myself a
,i of tin audit
is the place as liu i all ; acked,
There was an air "i good wilL
friendship, brotherhoodi ami plea-
santry which permeated tin- activi-
i ih i ( ning. W i certainl;
were fortunate in having S'ick Ken-
ny with us together with all the
nher stellar entertainnicnl of the
Leal iii^111 club-. Ami you will
ugrci with me when 1 say that
those refreshments certain!) topped
off tin- evening. Special thanks to
Kabbi Zwitman. our erstwhile new
bridegr......i. i"i his intcrestiii) i
ent rtaininp disc ui se.
The official business of the even-
ing was the opening of the mem-
bership drive, which i- being head-
ed by l.eo l-i*enstein. leading up to
the meeting of February 7th, at
Henry Motisk) and severa
other members ol the Supreme Ex-
ecutive Lodge will be present, and
at which meeting a mass initiation
is being plinned. the likes of which
\.a= never held in the history of our
\br \r -li. >\ it/ i- in charge
of the intiatioii ami rituals fur that
evening and he and the Committee
have been putting in a lot of time
preparing for tin occasion.
I
Brother Kisenstein reports that
the membership committee is mak-
ing marvelous progress and if the
members ol the membcrshi]
mittee continue to cooperate and
the rest ol tin members of the
Lodge go out and get a couple ol
members each, that we will pass
"The Thousand Members Mark" by
February 7th. Brother Eisenstein
also reports that he has found it to
be a fact that there are literally
hundreds of eligible men who want
iavc iic-
I1IIIIIIHIIIIIIMIIIMIHI*""!!'' IC'lllHlltillilflKilMirllllllllli
of the Y Mil \
FORCOTTF.:;. thanks to Leo Robinson, chairman,
It's just as Peter Pell wrote ear- Herman Wait-man, Tickets Chair-
lier in the week. It' it were pos man, Maurice Grossman, Executive
,,1,1,. for one to visit every major Director who worked day and nite
night club in the Miami area. stay-.for two months planning and pre-
I sec the floor paring what unquestionably proved
sh | i I, li 'i p i -i >1> the greatest success ever enjoyed by
! a i the the Y.M.I I. A. since its Inception.
Sth An mi Y.M.H-A Ca> al -adc of
Stars, I tsi Satunlaj al the
I'la/a theater, it w inti resting to
: tc the read I thi t ai il i in
r 'ii .'. iM'i !i llai pcrs
after anoth r was inti iduccd and
arity. In a
-i.ir studded cast tin ki which
I doubt will be duplicated
\ car. that \ eti ran In >u] er. I larrj
Kichinan stole the show. Carrying
nt Nick Kenny's suggestion that
the pudienci chi "id its
. cut tie thl ItCI
rocked when Mr. Kichman walked
off the stage- This was li rdinary
Additional orchids to President
Al Pallot. Lew Safan. Dave Lemel-
man, Chester Alexander, Kay Red-
Henry '...liln, Margie Ro-
bert*. 1 S Beckman. Jack
\pte. Xat Blumberg, Eddie Cohen.
I' irothy I Uv. Peter Pell. Hugh
11' Ugh, ami to any of you uli i I
mention.
S'ovi for the job ui' getting the
> M II. \. building in proper shape.
with tin necessary, athletic facili-
ties, Library. Repairs, etc.
NEWS AROUND TOWN
W i are sorry to inform you that
tin- 'Y's" staunches) supporter, Pop
n.a since the pi billed such Apte is crictically ill at the Jack-
n: me- as Milton Gag Buster) son Memorial Hospital.
Berlc. ion) (Cn ncr) Martin. Abe We are glad to mention that V
(Calif) Lymai I i rcka Lewis, .1. Tobin of 7 up although sick re-
i (Mom, |,--,1. I.ou (Lapce- uietnbered to semi his contribution
lus Holtz, .! .....
Dei -' >, Sammy (Reminiscing i
Fain. Sammy (M. C.) Walsh and
tilers too numerous to mention. In
behalf of the YM.ll A we want
to express our sincere*! thanks to
each and ever) one of the perform-
er- for the splendid show, to each
and every one of you who purchas- Building with Dance contests and
ed ticket- to further the fine work entertainment a feature.
to the "Y" Cavalcade in the I rm
of 10 cases. Thank-. A. J, By
the time this column is read we
hi pe to see the Y.M.H.A, Cigirs
led by manager Lew Satan leading
tl e East Coast League-
Next Thursday the Jr. "Y" is
holding a Big Shindig at the "Y"
von are extending a favor to the
some who believed this propaganda.
Now the last shreds have been torn away of what was a
flimsy mask to begin with. Nazi Germany is not only anti- new members that you bring in.
democratic and anti-Jewish; it is against religion as such and They should consider it a privilegi
for the same reason that Moscow is against religionbecause '" become a member of an otgani-
faith in God is incompatible with blood lust, with the suprem- ,:,,i"." c *" "'" "
c in. .l .i- e B'nai B'nth represents everything
acy of a tyrant, with the thirst for conquest and power. iat i$ finc ., truc and worthy
and is successfully waging a war
against many of the destructive
f.ree- that seek to undermine all
that i- good join our ranks and
help us to continue our constructive
work ... if you arc not as yet a
member contact one of the officers
or members of the B'nai B'rith and
sign a membership application im-
mediately remember that we
need about two hundred more new
members to reach our goal of one
thousand and to every member,
be sure to be at our oustanding
meeting of February seventh.
(Continued from Page One)
child, there would be few problem
children and fewer maladjusted
adults. In many instances, parents
have the tendency, usually unwit-
tingly, to warp the personality of
the child to such a degree as to
make later adjustment of the child
difficult. Training imposed upon
them by parents and later by teach-
ers, for they arc not able to recog-
nize the damaging effect of such '. unhealthy attitudes and behavior
training, however, with advancing I patterns.)
years, as intelligence becomes more
adult, emotional development more
mature, insight more keen and
judgment more accurate, they can
tlnn take an aggressive role in
helping themselves overcome early
faulty training with its consequent
development of undesirable and un-
healthy attitudes and behavior pat-
terns.
(Next week Mr. Rerman will dis-
GAS COMPANY
PRAISES EMPLOYEES
Large companies are usually con-
demned or praised by a public which
never takes mto consideration cir-
cumstances controlling that which
they are discussing. Very seldom
does it take into consideration thai
just as il takl pennies to make a
dollar, so doe- ,t take man power
to make companies. It takes men
who work both with and for their
companies, men that have at heart
the public they -erve. J.ast week
when this area suffered the unusual
cold spell of weather, few people
m Miami Beach considered any-
thing but the fact that they wanted
to gel warm. They did not consider
lhai lack of gas pressure in one
area was not a company fault, nor
would Miami Beach have had
the service they did get. were it
not for the faithful employee- ol
the Peoples Water and Gas Com-
pany, who sacrificed greatly work-
nig endless hours, living on sand-
Mi-- Gertrude Pin-ky. member of wiche- and coffee, taking pills, to
the National Staff and Mrs. Sehna keep awake, exposing themselves to
Basker, Executive Secretar) of tin ''" "'-"I"'
Miami Section ,,i Service to I' i
Born, Musical pro-ram.
Council members and their friend-
arc invited-
gular monthly meeting of the
Xrational Council of Jewish Woi
Miami Section, will take placi '
the Evans Hotel, 10th Street and
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, at 2
P M Wednesday afternoon. Feb-
ruary 7th,
The program theme will be 'Serv-
ice to Foreign Horn". Guest speak-
ers include: Mr. W. W. Eyster.
District Director nf Immigration
ami Naturalization Service whose
subject will bet "Effects of the
present war in Europe, on Immigra-
tion." Louis Strasser, thirteen
year old boy. will -peak Oil "My
last days iii Austria", a perusal of
exciting event- prior to and follow-
ing the Anschluss, experienced by
him and s,,me of his compatriots.
The weekly Forum sponsored b)
the Miami Section ill be held In
.' P.M. at th
servicing customers!
and keeping the plant operating at
a taxed capacity, with a consump-
tion never before used in this area.
"To pay tribute to a band of em-
;' yecs accomplishing this Hercu-
lean task of supplying service so
greatly in excess of expected de-
day a I te moon :a i P.M. at the n ami making necessary for our
Ivan- Hotel with Dr. Richard Plant and Service Departments to
Wolf a- the principal speaker, II virtually live at their postsdav and
subject will be "Life L'nder the Die- night for five solid days, in a man-
tators". The musical program will tier fitting is very haul. Mr. Collins,
include the rendition of the first
two movements of the Rubcn-tcm
trio, violin, cello and piano by F.s-
telle Cassell Cromer. Walter Gross-
man and Virginia Salomon. Fol-
lowing the musical program Anna
Marcus will speak on the "Consum-
er- Movement in America",
Nice-President of the Peoples Wa-
ter and ('.as Company" stated. We
would like the public to know that
we take cognizance of their efforts
and they too should realize that our
employees made it possible to en-
joy the use of ga- when it was at
such a premium."
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1940
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVB
T

SOCIETY
SUCCUMBS
TO ILLNESS
Mrs. Sophia Rabinovich, 51 years
old, of 620 S. W. I5tli K\c, suc-
cumbed to an illness Friday, Jan-
uary 26thi a! tin- Jackson Memorial
Hospital. Funeral services were
conducted Friday afternoon al 3 I'.
M. al the Miami Jewish Funeral
Home by Rabbi Abraham V Kell-
ner Interment followed in the Jew
isli Section of the VVoodlawn Ceinc-
tery. She is survived bj her hus-
bandi 1 'avid, a daimhti r !.> e, tw i
s"ii> Heiman of Naunatuck, Cnnn.i
and Nathan of Fori Lauderd
Mrs Rabinovich was a member of
the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miai
Jewish Orthodox Concrecatioi
:l resident of Miami for two years
v'. miin In ri fi St Petersbui
ARBEITER RING
TO MEET
I In- Ireater M iami
\\*"rkmrn'<
OFFICERS TO
BE INSTALLED
Officers of the Greater Miami
Young Judaea Council will be in-
stalled Sunday, February 4, al 8
P \L. in the Beth David Talmud
Torah. 133 North West Third \\-
cnue,
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be the
Btiesl speaker for the evening and
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will be tlie
installing! officer, Officers to be
installed are: President! Mr. Harold
Geo. Shapiro; Vice President Miss
\delc Segall; Secretary! Miss Ida
Smith; and Treasurer. Miss 1 Mam1
'ill.
Aii entertaining program has been
arrantrcd and refreshments will be
served during the social hour fol-
tlu installing ceren onies \
( irdial imitation i* extended t" all.
WEST FLAGLF.R KENNEL
CLUB
1 ur I the outstanding
hi.uiuls in Hi,- State "i* Fl< rid i,
ii .n- fn .in thi Fast ami VVl -l
Coast, will nurt ill a -eric- of SpC-
, starting Feb. 13-
The match race- w 11 be stai eel it
Circle Branch X"- 602 are complet- the We-; Flagler Kennel Club
plans for their annual concert
which will feature Mr. Harvey
Yefimoff. Mr. Applebaum of Sa-
vannahi Southeastern District Sec-
retary, announces that plan- to
present concerts in all the branches
of this ilistricl are being formed
and debate on ''The Sad Alliance
Miami ami at the St Pcti rsburg
Kennel Club.
I'nder plans announced by Jacob
Slier ami Bill lluntley. owner- of
tin- West Flagler track. Rural Rube.
world 5-b'th mile champion, and
Cherokee Strolleri outstanding -tar-
if tin F.ast coast now racing at
West Flagler, will meet Jingle Jan-
between Stablin ami Hitler" will
be held. Details will be announced gh ami Suwannee, top greyhounds
:.! a later elate. "' l!;'' West Coast in a luiiiie-anil-
The next meeting of the Arbcitcr ''..me series over three distance-
Ring will take place Thursday cven-
ing. February 8th. at the 4ietb Dav-
id Auditorium. 1.'? X. W. 3rd Ave.
All members, tourists ami friends
arc invited to attend.

LOCAL RABBI
ACCEPTS
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David
ContireKation has accepted the in-
vitation to launch the 1940 Campaign
for the United Jewish Appeal in
Tampa Februarv loth and in St.
Petersburg February 18th.

TEVYA" HELD
OVER
Due to the creat public demand
"Tevya". featuring Maurice
Scbwart/f noted Jewish actor, will
be held over through Saturday at
the Plaza Theatre. Biscayne Street.
Miami Beach. The all talking Jew-
ish picture equipped with English
titles, comes direct from a record
run on Broadway Mr. Schwartz
plays the part of Tevya. the story of
h simple man with a love for learn-
ing and an uncanny genius for mis-
quoting the scriptures. The film is
based on the Yiddish stage play of
the same name by Sholem Alcicheni.

VACATIONING
HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosenblatt,
of Naugatuck. Conn., are visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Margulies.
3-l6th of mile, futurity course ami
5-16th of a mile at each track.
The first cla-hes will be at the
West Flagler track on the dates of
Feb. 13. Feb 15 and Feb. 17. while
the return matches will be staced
at the St. Petersburg Kennel Club
the following week.
SHOLEM LODGE
(Continued from page 1)
Among the early workers were
Ike Levin. Nathan Adelnian. Wil-
liam Friedman, Benjamin I.c Vine.
Dr. Frank Coret. Leo Eisenstein,
Louis (".onion. I. Louis Shochct,
Abe Aronovitzi Harry Simonhc ft.
Matty Bandler. Al Pallot, Mill >n
Friedman and all of our local Rab-
bis.
Ere a year had elapsed, the Lodge
grew from a mere handful of dues-
paycrs, to an interested, bard-work-
ing group of membersmen with
determination and visionmen who
were willing and did sacrifice their
time, money and pleasures to ths
work of our lodge.
Dark clouds arose on our horizon
filling our hearts with misgivings
and despair; but. united in a band
of brotherhood, we faced them one
by one ami dissolved them by the
light of understanding.
We feel that with the awakening
of our Lodge, there arose a new
spirit of communal consciousness in
our midstwe met to discus, the
various problems thai confronted us
we grew to know each other -
new friendships were .' ivilie I we
realized that in Unity, our fens
were diminished our problems
were handled in a more direct and
practical manner.
Tin ugly head of anti-semitism cast
its horrid shadows in our midst.
Our Anti-Defamation Committee,
headed by our beloved brother, I.
Louis Shocheti who is not now with
Us to -hare in our glory, armed with
intelligence and understanding! han-
dled many delicate matters with
di patch, great tact and dignity and
brought a clearer and belter uiider-
' ng among our neighbors. \
very imimrtanl i ase >f this work
u.i- devoted to contacting inr own
. and calling to their tlttcn-
tion, acts and practices ih.it reflect-
ed unfavorably upon ou people.
The example set by Miami in
bringing into existence a liv*. an 1
going lodge, had its healthy effect
upon the entire State an 1 a greater
interest ivas revived in B'na! B'rith.
Soon, under the sponsorship of Mi-
ami, a Stale Federation cam. int i
and the second President of
this group of lodges was our own
bn itl er. I *r. Frank Corel.
The outstanding work of this
Stale organization was the forma-
tion of the Student Union Work at
Gainesville ami Tallahassee, under
the able leadership of Rabbi
F.ichnrn, We. in. Miami, may take
pardonable pride in the fact that
ibis was made possible through our
efforts and material assistance, and
particularly through the able guid-
ance of Brother Harry Simonhoff.
State Chairman of Student Union
Work.
Tin- efforts of the tiny group of
workers have indeed borne fruit
a mighty lodge of 750 members is
now our proud boastdue in gre it
part to the Herculean and prodigi-
ous efforts of Rro. Rcniamin I.e
Vine and the et'fcrvesccnt energies
of Bro. Matty Bandler. Numbers
alone would be meaningless, but we
arc indeed proud of the fact that
we have enrolled in our ranks, the
outstanding citizens and workers in
our communitymen who realize
the problems confronting usmen
who are willing to try to solve
these problems.
New field- of activities have been
opened to usunder the guidance
of able and interested brethren.
Americanization, Refugee Problems,
A./ \., Vocational Guidance and
other useful endeavors are fostered
and sponsored. We need more
strengthour gi>al is now- I.imi
member-. We feel certain that with
the capable leadership of llro, J.
Arou Abbott, and his splendid set
of officer-, we will reach thi- goal
In fi ne I': < end c if the year,
Even more important than the
larger membership! and in passing.
we might -tale that Sholem Lodge
is perhaps the largest lodge in this
District which includes District of
Columbia. Maryland, Virginia.
Xorih Carolina.Gd rgia and Florida.
is the splendid spirit of co-operation
ami brotherhood that prevail- in
..ur midst. Dissension is unknown
to us. \\'e are united to serve
serve the communityserve our
people. And may this grand spirit
ever guide us on in the Spirit of
iiir great Psalmist:
BEHOLD, 1K)\V GOOD \\n
HOW PLEASANT IT IS FOR
BRETHREN TO LIVE IX UN-
ITY!
M. J. O. C. BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 3)
Our Synagogue housed a most inn
portant gathering on Sunday wdien
a large audience listened aptly to
Rabbi Joseph 11. Lookstein, national
Mi/rachi vice president, deliver a,
most stirring message. We were
most happy to be hosts to this dis-
tinguished guest and warm words of
welcome were extended to him by
our president. Mr. H, M. Drevieh.
RIDE THE
FLORIDA
SUNBEAM
COMPLETELY
AIR-CONDITIONED
Till-: FAMILY
of the late
Mri. Sophia Rabinovich
wish t" express their heart-
felt thanks lor the kindness
and sympathy extended to
them during their recent ber-
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1 nlso Mtt to r. i,,.ii,i the Taxpayers that It will be necessary to file
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IntnnKible lleturna ahould alao be filed by those owninir aecurltlea
who are leita! reaidenta i|f thla State; otherwise they would he aubject
to the naaeaameiit of thla office under the proviaiona of the Intangible
Aet of !':.1.
Very Heapectfully,
J. N. LUMMUS. JR.
Aaaeaaor of Taxea, Dade County, Florida
Feb. 13, 1840 9:00 A.M. School llouae
Feb. i:i, 1040 lOiOO A.M. Town Hull
Feb. 13, 1940 11:00 A.M. Poat Office
Feb. 13, 1940 1:00 P.M. Town Hall
Feb. 13. 1940 S:0O P.M. Town Hall
Feb. 13, 1940 3:00 P.M. Town Hull
Feb. 13, 1940 4:00 P.M. '.'-.". K.B. 79th St.
I Mooncy'a Iteal Katute Office)
Feb. 14, 1940 9l00 A.M. flt> Hull
Feb. 14, 1940 10:00 A.M. lat State Bank
llulldlnic.
Feb. 14, 1940 11:00 A.M. Town Hull
1:110 P.M. W. I-:. I'each Real
Katute Office.
Shiiiiv lalea Feb. 14, 1940 .'mi P.M. Sunny Isles Caalao
Golden llench Feb. 14, 1940 3:00 P.M. golden lleach
Pav illon.
\lluiialtnh Feb. 14. 1940 10:00 A.M. Andrew Jncnaoa
l.cmon City Feb. 14. 1940 School.
\.W. 62nd St. and '-2nd Ave. Feb. 14, 1910 11:00 A.M. Miami P.dlaoa
3240 \.W. 27th Ave. Feb. 14. 1940 School.
Miami llench Feb. 14, 1940 1:00 P.M. Corner Supply
snrf Bide Feb. 14. 1940 2:iHI P.M. Melroae Propertlea
1918 lied lload Feb. 1.".. 1910 Office,
t oral Gables Feb. 15. 1910 1:00 P.M. City Hall.
OJua .
N. Miami lleach
I i,i;i
N. Miami
lllscnyne Park .
Mlnmi Shores \ lllnare
LlttlC llivrr
II 111 Iran
Miami Springs
Opu-I.ocku .....
IV. \V. 7th Vve. 1..... 95th St. Feb. 14, 1940
29O0 Tamlaml Trail
2338 S. \\ Mad Ave.
Coconut Grove
South MI11 in I
Kemlllll
Pcrrlne
Goalda
Silver Pnlai
Princeton
lleillnnd
Florida City
Homeatead
MIAMI
Feb. 15. 1910 :t:00 P.M. City Hall
Feb. 15. 1940 9:00 A.M. Jones i.r......rr
lib. 15. 1910 store
Feb. 15. 1910 111 imi A.M. City llnll
Feb. 15. 1940 11:00 A.M. Mcirjra llept. Store
I ib. 15. 1940 1:00 P.M. O'UuInn a llrui
Feb. 15 .1940 Store.
Feb. 15, 1940 2:00 P.M. City Hall
. Feb. 16. 1940 9i00 A.M. Town llnll
Feb. IB. 1940 10:00 A.M. II. II. nice Parklaa;
Feh. 16. 1940 llouae.
Feb. 16, 1940 11:00 A.M. nnrfleld'a Store
Jan. 2. 1040 1:00 P.M. Goulda Supply. Ine.
I1.i-i.iiu-.Ii April I. 1940 3:00 P.M. Anderaon Fillies
Station.
lOtOO A.M. J. 11 Cash Store
11:00 A.M. Woman's club
1:00 P.M. Town Hall
2:00 P.M. City Hall
K:0 A.M.
:O0 P.M. S1S-5U Coart
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PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAH
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1*40
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
NEW SERIES and build against Mich events- Jun.
is the intention to conduct alter Hadassah has a part to play too.
series of Hook Reviews irom
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi497 Southwest 18th Road
It
new
time to time on Sunday mornings
as a part of the cultural program .>i
our Institution.
Junior Hadassah must be strong so
that the older more matured organ,
izations will have educated and
This Sunday, Feb-lworthy material to draw from.
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR
Daily services at 7 a. m- and
Friday evening 8:15.
Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30
a. m.
Late Friday evening services,
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior services, -Saturday 10:30
a. m.
Hebrew Sthool. 3:15 to G:15 p.
m.
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a.
m.
Har-.Mitzvah Group, Sunday
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
ruary 4th, at 10:30 A.M.. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will review Sholem
Vsch's newest book "THE NAZ VR-
EN K". In \ iew of the many cont-
ents made by the critic-, b th
Christian and Jewish, ii!i rei ar I
to thi- 1)". k. ilu Rabbi II disi uss
ii from the standpoint! "AS \
k \i:i:i SEES IT."
Members and friend- are cordially
invited to attend this first review.
thi- Sunday morning, February 4th. i- one ol
PR< (MPTLY at 10:30 in the Syna- Girls wh
is also our duty to be numerous. In
strong so that we may 'I" our work
for Palestine and with world Jewry,
usl fill our quota of members
and obtain many more. W e uiu-t
work to Icai n and teach. Then i io
- our organization must contribute
to fe< d the void in our young Jew
ish | iris livi It does give th in
a chance I" gain culture and is an
incentive to delve into a past thai
the oldest on t!-< earth
do not belong to
Folks, remember the Fashion
show Feb. 27. We can hardly
wait to see the new drcs-i-.
WOULD YOU GIVE
[will be introduced by Mr. Isador
Cohen, the first Jewish settler in
Miami. The "ONEG SHABBOS" J
and social hour will take place in '
the auditorium immediately after
the services. Mrs. I.obelson will
hostess in honor of her
sen e
oil's
as
birthday.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
This coming Friday Evening Rab-
bi Max Shapiro will conduct the
services, and Cantor Louis Hay man,
accompanied by the Beth David
Choir, will chant the prayers.
Mr. Kenneth Keyesi outstanding
citizen of our community, and a
most active worker in communal af-
fairs will be the guest speaker.
In view of the campaign launched
this week by the Community Chest
of GreaterMi.mii and in view of the
great interest that Mr. Keyes has
in its successi he will speak on the
subject, "TITHES". The speaker
MOTOR OVERHAUL
$3.00 PER CYLINDER
Dont reborewe guarantee to stop
your motor from pumping oil and
mokingWe install special rings
rind valves synchronize points
clean and adjust carbuerator Tune
up motor
90-Day Guarantee
DOWNTOWN GARAGE
31 S. W. First St. Ph. 2-7233
RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL
INSTITUTION
Junior Congregation: The serv-
ices .! the Seniors and Juniors c i
ducted by the Junior Congregation
take- place every Saturday morn-
ing al 10.30. Harold Shapin V
hert I'.-k.ma/i and Herbert Glazer-
oif arc- in charge : the sen ic< -
We arc h.i: pj to noti that the at-
tendance i- increasing from Sabbath
ti Sabbath. A "Kiddush i-
in the auditorium immedately after
the Benediction under the chair-
manship of Mr- I.. I. Hartz
Bar-Mitzvah Group: The "Bar"
Mitzvah" group meets every Sun-
day morning from 9 to 10 under
the direction of Louis Gadon; boys
of \2 and over are eligible to at-
tend- The boys arc taught the melo-
dic- for the different "Portions of
Law".
Talmud-Torah: An invitation i-
extended to the members and
friend- of the Beth I iav id Congre-
gation t" come and witness the
classes of our daily Hebrew School
where elementary and advanced He-
brew. "Chumosh" with 'Ka-hi. \Y
vieni." Religion, Yiddish and other
subjects pertaining to Hebraic ctil-
tun are taught.
Sunday School: Suiid.iv School
uns during the assemblj arc
being prepared by the different
teachers ol the faculty Parents and
friend- are asked to vi-it our Sun-
day School during the assembly
from 11:30 to 12.
Greyhound
RACING
NIGHTLY
Post Time 8:15 p. m.
gogue.
SISTERHOOD CARD PARTY
Beth David Sisterhood will spon-
sor .. large C VK1) PARTY Wed-
nesday, February 7th. Belxedere
Hotel. Euclid Ave- and 9th St at
2 r m.
Mesdames C. Auslandcr. C Gold-
stein. I- Silbcrstein, .1 Kat/. M
Chisling. '" Spiegelman awl \ Rif-
kin. M. Silbcrstein wdl serxe as
si sses during the afterivm.
Members and friends are invited to
.nic nd this I '..d.i ( -ir.l Tarty.
CONGREGATIONAL DINNER
I'-l III I I.IV id Si-lc rh- nkI \vi!1
i I- itii ill a I I 'inner. i n
ii embers i mly. Sunday !'.
I'chn.aiv Mlh. al ft 30.
Members an advised thai they
arc- to be tin gu< sts of tin Coi
gation and Sisterhood, and arc urg-
ed to phone .'-117.* for their rescr-
i ar ins.
A pro-ram consisting of men of
international fame will be presented
during the evening,
PRE-PUR1M BALL
The Sisterhood this year will
sponsor their Pre-PURIM B M.I.
Sunday Evening. February 25th-
The place and details will be an-
nounced later.
Junior Hadassah
Bv Elsie Kronenftdd
Ii has been said by those w'.io
should know that the While Paper
would never have been present! the Jews f the world were bcttei
organized If we Jews had acti I
as a whole, England would never
liav e- dared to sugi i si the di
of Palestine. In the future trere
will be- other incidents that will re-
quire our united strength. \ou is
the time we should begin to plan
I croup are- the losers. Junior Ha
dassah is the only organization thai
A PENNY
to Atop that kecufacAe. ?
JtA OST people who use Dr. Miles
,T1 Anti-Pain Pills say that one
pill usually relieves their head-
aches. In the regular package,
Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills cost
sees to these needs of girls between one penny each. In the economy
the ages of It' and The two packages, one penny buys IVi
dollars required for due- goes to-
ward the- work we -ire doing in Pal-
i-inie among the young and old
Belong pirls! We need you and
v. -u will find that you need US
Everybody don't forget the
bridge Fob at the Fie" I woe II
tel. W c arc- c \; cctitlg a i
turn out. We understand that th.
door prizes this year an better then
lIlCj liav c e\ e r In en. 11 v u liaxi i
le or luck) Mali lonj
; i I i .!
friends m-i h -vv w c 'I yi -u cai
inents w ill be servi -I In
fact, e\ erythin will bi nice thai
you can save your house for an-
i>th< r tin e and ha\ e v- iur card par
til al the Hotel.
Rose Kasanof, may we wish you
much luck and happiness in your
new home-. We want to come and
vi.-it soon, may we ?
pills.
Why Don't You Try Dr. Mile*
Anti-Pain Pills?
They taste good, act promptly,
do not upset the stomach, con-
tain no opiates or laxative medi-
cines.
You may be miles away from a
drug store when you are suffer-
ing from a -Headache, Neuralgia,
or Muscular Aches and Pains.
Why not get a package of Dr.
Miles Anti-Pain Pills today and
be prepared for emergencies?
Regular Package, 25 Pills, 23*
Economy Package, 125 Pills, $1.00
DR.MILES
ANTI-PAIN PILLS
DR. V. A SPOTO
Dentist
Announces the removal of his
offices from the Universitj
Clinic in Coral Gables to
12 S. E. First Ave.
(Over Liggett's Drug Store)
Phone 2-3930
BY POPULAR DEMAND HELD
OVER THROUGH SATURDAY
$
ii
*
PLAZA The-s
806 BlSCAYNE ST MI*,M' BE 1CH
AT REGULAR PRICES
Sholem Aleichem's Story
TEVYA
ALL JEWISH TALKING PICTURE
WITH MAURICE SCHWARTZ
*
**
UJ
Admission 25 cents
Steam-heated Grandstand
Electric Odds Board
All Glass Starting Box
UJEJTFLAGLER
KEM1EL CLUB
w.jLuiltA. at 37tlc ChrL
IN ORLANDO IT'S THE
EL CHICO CAFE
(On the Ave:.ue)
Special Menu for Late Parties
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Chieo-Chich Served at the
CURB ONLY
496 N. Orange Ave.
(At Amelia)
ORLANDO
INSURED SAVINGS
MORTGAGE LOANS
INSURED SAVINGS
MORTGAGE LOANS
TTlTTn
srvmg5 nno Loan RSSOCIRTIOn
? of mmmi *
45 N. E. First avenue at the corner of First street
LOW COST
LONG TERMS
Single Mortgage
Home Financing Plan
J. M. LIPTON, President


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORID) AN
PAGE SEVEN
i
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
ti2."> MlrhlRan Avnue
I'licm.- 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
ilu Michigan Awnue
'1'hone it-2'JVi
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
Schachriss: llaily .it 7 anil 8 A.M.
Saturday :n 7 and 9:00 A \l.
ha: I laily ir m 5:15 to 5: IS
1' \l.. Friday and Saturday al 5.30
I' \l.
ri\ : 'ailj al (>:15 I'.M S I
unlay al b:30 I' M-
Shall .' los<: Saturday at
5 15 I' M. Kabbi Mi sclicl ii will
M innii mail < Sc r\ ice : Sin
" (10 \.M. followed by con i
bi i i'rv I". -1 Kabbi Mi heli il
address the > iuns n ilic sub"
peel ''Tile Siddur."
FRIDAY NIGHT
FORUM
"Justice" u ill be the tin i ol
Rabbi Mcscheloff's lecture this In-
daj evening. The service begins
I tly ;it ,v M> I to irs open at
8 ui P \l. Cantor Mamches will
lead in the singing.
BAR
M1TZVA
Robert Levy will be officially in-
ducted into the stale nt' liar Mitz-
va during this Sabbath morning's
service. The Kabbi will address the
boy- The Cantor will chant the
services. All friends are cordially
invited.
MINNIONAIRES
An innovation is being instituted
in our Minnionaires activities. Dur-
ing the communal breakfast each
Sunday morning, Kabbi Mescheloff
plans to discuss and explain various
portions of the service, describing
their origins and values. All young
men between the ages of 13 and 18
arc welcome to the Sunday morning
^
Do You
Own
Your Home?
Thare never *>i better tlms
than now to build ont
scr\ic< and breakfast; they arc in-
' ited t the me< tings held each
U i'iIni\.;\ i'\i ;
IIAHANOIH
Our 11 aba up will mi I al
the Syi Monday c\ cnin at
/ :(K) I'.M I : >cussi .a of plan
I en I rtainn i
taki place. A report on the oi-
Kani/ati ii ..i ,i Junior 1 laban >tli
lion
...in- will be made bj Lillian
. U-.
\ iii w Jr. I laban >th rou|
ach. \\ el
: : pa ill girls
betwei i i 11 and
\. Sus ii an, I labanoth l<
i -Kill,I. '.- .nil. i' .!'.
the n of this .~n>up. 11
eets each Thursday evening at
7.i..i P.M. at the home of the Ha-
banoth sponsori Mrs M- Meschel-
off.
M1ZRACHI
The Miami Beach Murachi will
hold it~ monthly meeting and mel-
aveh Malkeh on Saturday night,
February 10th. A very enjoyable
program i being planned. A num-
ber of prominent Mizrachi men and
women, visiting our shoresi will be
guests of honor at this occasion,
Reserve the date. There i- tin
admission price. Every adult man
and wiilium is invited.
SISTERHOOD
A very successful part) was held
at the Floridian Hotel last Monday
afternoon. A large attendance
spent a most enjoyable afternoon.
Lovelj refreshments were served by
\h Seiden. the hotel manager.
Prizes were distributed. The pro-
ceeds go towards the sisterhood pro-
ject fulfillments.
The regular meeting of the Sis-
terhood will be held at the syna-
ncxl Monday night at 8:00
P.M. A lovely cultural program
has been arranged. All members
ue urged to attend and bring their
friends. A new project will be dis-
cussed, and a report of our last af-
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
S8>6 Indian Crock Drive4-1261 630 N. E. 31st St.2-9518
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both of tin- r.;ilil>is will be In the Temple every morning.
You in.iv consult v.ith them on matter* tig the Jewla commu-
nity, m ;."n ;i. .i'.iI problems, JTou will I"- ai ired sympathetic
h iring and advice, and, needle*! to say, each matter will be held in
>ii let i-oiifiilonce.
DONALD LAVIGNE
of 1 la M ark
\\ .ir \ eterans, ho
was iiisullrcl Sunday evening at the
installalii ii baiHiuct ami dance at
the K\.mi- Until
The Liberal Financing Throuflh
Federal Housing
'* Administration
Makes R Possible
tSlve me a call and I will Ifladly
Help you to get the best poe-
.,1,1,. information as to Its Dlan.
H. SIMONS
Care Ackerman Ins. Agency
10i5 Seybold Bldg.
Phone 2-3151
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO.
INC.
37th St. and Normal Ave.
CHICAGO, ILL.
Delicious Corned Beef
Pickled, C'eoked and Smoked
Meats
DEMAND IT FROM YOUR
DELICATESSEN
Now Obtainable Every-
where in Florida
fair u,ll In given.
CONGRATULATIONS
We congratulate our Kabbi on his
appointments as stale chaplain for
tin- Jewish War Veterans of the
United States. Kabbi Mescheloff
ha- been the chaplain of the local.
I'nila MarkowitZi posi from its in-
ception. He now holds tin- double
: -i ,,i local ami state chaplain.
PUR1M
BALL
We again remind our many
friends that this year's 1'uriiu Hall
will be held Sunday night. March
I 4lh. Tickets will be on sale next
week. Further details in succeed-
ing is-ue- ot the FLORIDIAN.
CANTORS
CONCERT
Our cantor will conduct his an-
nual concert on Sunday night.
March .ilst. An outstanding array
of musical talent will assist him.
Reserve lb'- dale for the outstand-
ing musical event of the year.
CONDOLENCES
Our deepest sympathies are cn-
pressed fur tin- bereaved family am
friends of the late Mr. Aaron Rau-
/in. a loyal member ami devoted
friend, who departed this life VVe
ne-il.iv morning ami wa- laid to rest
at the Woodlawn Cemetery. May
God console the bereaved.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
rriday evening, Februar) Jml. at
8:15 P.M., Dr. Jacob II Kaplan
will deliver the sermon "Knowledge
and Wisdom"' Kabbi Colman A.
Z wit man will conduct the services.
SABBATH MORNING
SERVICES
Saturday morning. February 3rd.
at 11 A.M., services will be con-
ducted by both Rabbis with partici-
pation of Confirmation Class.
FEBRUARY SISTERHOOD
MEETING
The regular monthly meeting of
Temple Israel Sisterhood will be
held Monday afternoon, February
5thi featuring reports of commit-
tees and a review of Sholom Asch's
"The Nazarene" by Mrs. Virginia
Cunningham.
MANY THANKS
The Sisterhood of Temple Israel
hereby uses this as a means of ex-
pressing its heartfelt appreciation
for the efforts of its many mem-
. ..' rked unselfishly and
sly to make tin- beautiful re-
ception in honor of Kabbi and Mrs.
Colman A. Zwitman possible.
IN MEMORIAM
"May ihc Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn ami comfort
the bereaved among us."
Recently departed: Minnie Fcld-
man. mother of Mrs. Max Solomon
ami Mr. William Feldman. Yahr-
zeits: Anna Bernstein, mother of
Mr. Jack Bernstein; Leah Simons,
mother of Mr. Harry V. Simons;
Bernhard Wertheimer. father of
Mr. Adolph Wertheimer.
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THE JEWISH fLORIDlAN
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1940

'FOR THE SPIRIT OF COOPERATION AND UNDERSTANDING
YOU EVIDENCED WHEN THE UNPRECEDENTED COLD WEATHER
OVERTAXED OUR SYSTEM AND LOWERED THE GAS PRESSURE
IN SEVERAL SECTIONS.........
Let us show you just what happened
Thousands of our patrons kept heaters and ranges turned on "full tilt" for several daysin
their efforts to keep warm. Last Saturday each customer used an average of more than 300 Cubic
Feet of Gas. This is 50 c'o in excess of the 400 Cubic Fcoi average for the coldest day of any
previous year! The record is as follows:
LAST YEAR'S MAXIMUM DAY
4,300,000 CUBIC FEET
THIS YEAR'S EXPECTED MAXIMUM
5,250,000 TO 5,500,000 CUBIC FEET
'SATURDAY'S ACTUAL PLANT PRODUCTION
7,400,000 CUBIC FEET
SUNDAY'S ACTUAL PLANT PRODUCTION
7,300,000 CUBIC FEET
* PREVIOUS TUESDAY'S ACTUAL USAGE
2,600,000 CUBIC FEET
To accomplish the Herculean task of supplying service so greatly in excess of expected
demand, it was necessary for our Plant and Service Departments to virtually LIVE at their
postsday and night for five solid days!
Thank you for bearing with us even though you may have been temporarily inconvenienced.
We appreciate your willingness to understand this unusual condition over which we had no control.
P E O P L E S 5C^^^P&s COMPANY
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PAGE FOUR TM JIWUH TLOaJDIAM FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1940 nxJewist) !FSoiriidlii&ri PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IX PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year ... Six Mcnths $2.00 $1.00 \ I ll.VME 13 X". .\ FEBRUARY 2, 1 w ., ,--i-. tin in -i. tii.iT' HI ila.iqiii i %  nd tinSi LI I S >'K r i • Januarj — 41li. I u.iimfiirtuiiati enough to be tint I ,ii -1\ i 'I in or ten ninutcs after tin Stan and Smok' begun and although •.'. was quite early I t I myself a ,i of tin audit is the place as liu i all %  ; acked, There was an air "i good wilL friendship, brotherhoodi ami pleasantry which permeated tinactivii ih i ( ning. W i certainl; were fortunate in having S'ick Kenny with us together with all the nher stellar entertainnicnl of the Leal iii^111 club-. Ami you will ugrci with me when 1 say that those refreshments certain!) topped off tinevening. Special thanks to Kabbi Zwitman. our erstwhile new bridegr i. i"i his intcrestiii) i ent rtaininp disc ui se. The official business of the evening was the opening of the membership drive, which ibeing headed by l.eo l-i*enstein. leading up to the meeting of February 7th, at Henry Motisk) and severa other members ol the Supreme Executive Lodge will be present, and at which meeting a mass initiation is being plinned. the likes of which \.a= never held in the history of our \br \r -li. >\ it/ iin charge of the intiatioii ami rituals fur that evening and he and the Committee have been putting in a lot of time preparing for tin occasion. I Brother Kisenstein reports that the membership committee is making marvelous progress and if the members ol the membcrshi] mittee continue to cooperate and the rest ol tin members of the Lodge go out and get a couple ol members each, that we will pass "The Thousand Members Mark" by February 7th. Brother Eisenstein also reports that he has found it to be a fact that there are literally hundreds of eligible men who want iavc iicI1IIIIIIHIIIIIIMIIIMIHI*""!!'' •IC'lllHlltillilflKilMirllllllllli of the Y Mil \ FORCOTTF.:;. thanks to Leo Robinson, chairman, It's just as Peter Pell wrote earHerman Wait-man, Tickets Chairlier in the week. It' it were pos man, Maurice Grossman, Executive ,,1,1,. f or one to visit every major Director who worked day and nite night club in the Miami area. stay-.for two months planning and preI s ec the floor paring what unquestionably proved s h„„ | i I, li 'i p i -i >1> the greatest success ever enjoyed by a i the the Y.M.I I. A. since its Inception. Sth An mi Y.M.H-A Ca> al -adc of Stars, I tsi Satunlaj al the I'la/a theater, it w inti resting to •: tc the read I thi t ai il i in r 'ii • .'. iM'i !i llai pcrs after anoth r was inti iduccd and %  arity. In a -i.ir studded cast tin ki which I doubt will be duplicated \ car. that \ eti ran In >u] er. I larrj Kichinan stole the show. Carrying • %  nt Nick Kenny's suggestion that the pudienci chi • "id its %  cut tie thl ItCI rocked when Mr. Kichman walked off the stageThis was li rdinary Additional orchids to President Al Pallot. Lew Safan. Dave Lemelman, Chester Alexander, Kay RedHenry '...liln, Margie Robert*. 1 S Beckman. Jack \pte. Xat Blumberg, Eddie Cohen. I' irothy I Uv. Peter Pell. Hugh 11' Ugh, ami to any of you uli i I mention. S'ovi for the job ui' getting the > M II. \. building in proper shape. with tin necessary, athletic facilities, Library. Repairs, etc. NEWS AROUND TOWN W i are sorry to inform you that tin'Y's" staunches) supporter, Pop n.a since the pi billed such Apte is crictically ill at the Jackn: meas Milton Gag Buster) son Memorial Hospital. Berlc. ion) (Cn ncr) Martin. Abe We are glad to mention that V (Calif) Lymai I !" i rcka Lewis, .1. Tobin of 7 up although sick rei (Mom, |,--,1. I.ou (Lapceuietnbered to semi his contribution lus Holtz, .! Dei -' >, Sammy (Reminiscing i Fain. Sammy (M. C.) Walsh and • %  tilers too numerous to mention. In behalf of the YM.ll A we want to express our sincere*! thanks to each and ever) one of the performerfor the splendid show, to each and every one of you who purchasBuilding with Dance contests and ed ticketto further the fine work entertainment a feature. to the "Y" Cavalcade in the I rm of 10 cases. Thank-. A. J, By the time this column is read we hi pe to see the Y.M.H.A, Cigirs led by manager Lew Satan leading tl e East Coast LeagueNext Thursday the Jr. "Y" is holding a Big Shindig at the "Y" von are extending a favor to the some who believed this propaganda. Now the last shreds have been torn away of what was a flimsy mask to begin with. Nazi Germany is not only antinew members that you bring in. democratic and anti-Jewish; it is against religion as such and They should consider it a privilegi for the same reason that Moscow is against religion—because '" become a member of an otganifaith in God is incompatible with blood lust, with the suprem,:,,i "." !" c !" *" "'" c in. .L .i e B'nai B'nth represents everything acy of a tyrant, with the thirst for conquest and power. „ iat i$ finc .„„, truc and worthy and is successfully waging a war against many of the destructive f.reethat seek to undermine all that igood join our ranks and help us to continue our constructive work ... if you arc not as yet a member contact one of the officers or members of the B'nai B'rith and sign a membership application immediately remember that we need about two hundred more new members to reach our goal of one thousand and to every member, be sure to be at our oustanding meeting of February seventh. (Continued from Page One) child, there would be few problem children and fewer maladjusted adults. In many instances, parents have the tendency, usually unwittingly, to warp the personality of the child to such a degree as to make later adjustment of the child difficult. Training imposed upon them by parents and later by teachers, for they arc not able to recognize the damaging effect of such '. unhealthy attitudes and behavior training, however, with advancing I patterns.) years, as intelligence becomes more adult, emotional development more mature, insight more keen and judgment more accurate, they can tlnn take an aggressive role in helping themselves overcome early faulty training with its consequent development of undesirable and unhealthy attitudes and behavior patterns. (Next week Mr. Rerman will disGAS COMPANY PRAISES EMPLOYEES Large companies are usually condemned or praised by a public which never takes mto consideration circumstances controlling that which they are discussing. Very seldom does it take into consideration thai just as il takl pennies to make a dollar, so doe,t take man power to make companies. It takes men who work both with and for their companies, men that have at heart the public they -erve. J.ast week when this area suffered the unusual cold spell of weather, few people m Miami Beach considered anything but the fact that they wanted to gel warm. They did not consider lhai lack of gas pressure in one area was not a company fault, nor would Miami Beach have had the service they did get. were it not for the faithful employeeol the Peoples Water and Gas Company, who sacrificed greatly worknig endless hours, living on sandMi-Gertrude Pin-ky. member of wicheand coffee, taking pills, to the National Staff and Mrs. Sehna keep awake, exposing themselves to Basker, Executive Secretar) of tin ''" "'-"I"' Miami Section ,,i Service to I' i • Born, Musical pro-ram. Council members and their friendarc invitedgular monthly meeting of the Xrational Council of Jewish Woi Miami Section, will take placi the Evans Hotel, 10th Street and Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, at 2 P M„ Wednesday afternoon. February 7th, The program theme will be 'Service to Foreign Horn". Guest speakers include: Mr. W. W. Eyster. District Director nf Immigration ami Naturalization Service whose subject will bet "Effects of the present war in Europe, on Immigration." Louis Strasser, thirteen year old boy. will -peak Oil "My last days iii Austria", a perusal of exciting eventprior to and following the Anschluss, experienced by him and s,,me of his compatriots. The weekly Forum sponsored b) the Miami Section ill be held In .' P.M. a t th servicing customers! and keeping the plant operating at a taxed capacity, with a consumption never before used in this area. "To pay tribute to a band of em;' yecs accomplishing this Herculean task of supplying service so greatly in excess of expected deday a I te moon :a i P.M. at the n ami making necessary for our IvanHotel with Dr. Richard Plant and Service Departments to Wolf athe principal speaker, II virtually live at their posts—dav and subject will be "Life L'nder the Dienight for five solid days, in a mantators". The musical program will tier fitting is very haul. Mr. Collins, include the rendition of the first two movements of the Rubcn-tcm trio, violin, cello and piano by F.stelle Cassell Cromer. Walter Grossman and Virginia Salomon. Following the musical program Anna Marcus will speak on the "ConsumerMovement in America", Nice-President of the Peoples Water and ('.as Company" stated. We would like the public to know that we take cognizance of their efforts and they too should realize that our employees made it possible to enjoy the use of gawhen it was at such a premium." n



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORID) AN PAGE SEVEN i BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi ti2."> MlrhlRan Avnue I'licm.5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor ilu Michigan Awnue '1'hone it-2'JVi SYNAGOGUE SERVICES Schachriss: llaily .it 7 anil 8 A.M. Saturday :n 7 and 9:00 A \l. ha: I laily ir m 5:15 to 5: IS 1' \l.. Friday and Saturday al 5.30 I' \l. ri\ : 'ailj al (>:15 I'.M S I unlay al b:30 I' MShall .' los<: Saturday at 5 15 I' M. Kabbi Mi sclicl ii will M innii mail < %  Sc r\ ice : Sin (10 \.M. followed by con i bi i i'rv I". %  •-1 Kabbi Mi heli il address the > iuns n ilic sub" peel ''Tile Siddur." FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM "Justice" u ill be the tin i ol Rabbi Mcscheloff's lecture this Indaj evening. The service begins I tly ;it v M> I to irs open at 8 ui P \l. Cantor Mamches will lead in the singing. BAR M1TZVA Robert Levy will be officially inducted into the stale nt' liar Mitzva during this Sabbath morning's service. The Kabbi will address the boyThe Cantor will chant the services. All friends are cordially invited. MINNIONAIRES An innovation is being instituted in our Minnionaires activities. During the communal breakfast each Sunday morning, Kabbi Mescheloff plans to discuss and explain various portions of the service, describing their origins and values. All young men between the ages of 13 and 18 arc welcome to the Sunday morning ^ Do You Own Your Home? Thare never *>i better tlms than now to build ont scr\ic< and breakfast; they arc in'• ited t the me< tings held each U i'iIni %  • %  \.;\ i'\i ; IIAHANOIH Our 11 aba %  up will mi I al the Syi Monday c\ cnin at / :(K) I'.M I %  : >cussi .a of plan I en I rtainn i taki place. A report on the oiKani/ati ii ..i ,i Junior 1 laban >tli lion ...inwill be made bj Lillian U-. \ III w Jr. I laban >th rou| ach. \\ el • : : pa ill girls betwei i i 11 and %  \. Sus II an, I labanoth l< i -Kill, I. '..nil. i' .!'. the %  n of this .~n>up. 11 eets each Thursday evening at 7.i..i P.M. at the home of the Habanoth sponsori Mrs MMescheloff. M1ZRACHI The Miami Beach Murachi will hold it~ monthly meeting and melaveh Malkeh on Saturday night, February 10th. A very enjoyable program i being planned. A number of prominent Mizrachi men and women, visiting our shoresi will be guests of honor at this occasion, Reserve the date. There itin admission price. Every adult man and wiilium is invited. SISTERHOOD A very successful part) was held at the Floridian Hotel last Monday afternoon. A large attendance spent a most enjoyable afternoon. Lovelj refreshments were served by \h Seiden. the hotel manager. Prizes were distributed. The proceeds go towards the sisterhood project fulfillments. The regular meeting of the Sisterhood will be held at the synancxl Monday night at 8:00 P.M. A lovely cultural program has been arranged. All members ue urged to attend and bring their friends. A new project will be discussed, and a report of our last afTEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN S8>6 Indian Crock Drive—4-1261 630 N. E. 31st St.—2-9518 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both of tinr.;ilil>is will be In the Temple every morning. You in.iv consult v.ith them on matter* tig the Jewla community, m ;."n ;i. .I'.II problems, JTou will I"ai ired sympathetic h iring and advice, and, needle*! to say, each matter will be held in >ii let i-oiifiilonce. DONALD LAVIGNE of 1 la M ark \\ .ir \ eterans, ho was iiisullrcl Sunday evening at the installalii ii baiHiuct ami dance at the K\.MIUntil The Liberal Financing Throuflh Federal Housing '* Administration Makes R Possible tSlve me a call and I will Ifladly Help you to get the best poe.,1,1,. information as to Its Dlan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Ins. Agency 10i5 Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-3151 KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, C'eoked and Smoked Meats DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN Now Obtainable Everywhere in Florida fair u,ll In given. CONGRATULATIONS We congratulate our Kabbi on his appointments as stale chaplain for tinJewish War Veterans of the United States. Kabbi Mescheloff habeen the chaplain of the local. I'nila MarkowitZi posi from its inception. He now holds tindouble : %  -i ,,i local ami state chaplain. PUR1M BALL We again remind our many friends that this year's 1'uriiu Hall will be held Sunday night. March I 4lh. Tickets will be on sale next week. Further details in succeeding is-ueot the FLORIDIAN. CANTORS CONCERT Our cantor will conduct his annual concert on Sunday night. March .ilst. An outstanding array of musical talent will assist him. Reserve lb'dale for the outstanding musical event of the year. CONDOLENCES Our deepest sympathies are CNpressed fur tinbereaved family am friends of the late Mr. Aaron Rau/in. a loyal member ami devoted friend, who departed this life VVe ne-il.iv morning ami walaid to rest at the Woodlawn Cemetery. May God console the bereaved. CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. SABBATH EVE SERVICES rriday evening, Februar) Jml. at 8:15 P.M., Dr. Jacob II Kaplan will deliver the sermon "Knowledge and Wisdom"' Kabbi Colman A. Z wit man will conduct the services. SABBATH MORNING SERVICES Saturday morning. February 3rd. at 11 A.M., services will be conducted by both Rabbis with participation of Confirmation Class. FEBRUARY SISTERHOOD MEETING The regular monthly meeting of Temple Israel Sisterhood will be held Monday afternoon, February 5thi featuring reports of committees and a review of Sholom Asch's "The Nazarene" by Mrs. Virginia Cunningham. MANY THANKS The Sisterhood of Temple Israel hereby uses this as a means of expressing its heartfelt appreciation for the efforts of its many mem. %  .•.' rked unselfishly and sly to make tinbeautiful reception in honor of Kabbi and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman possible. IN MEMORIAM "May ihc Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn ami comfort the bereaved among us." Recently departed: Minnie Fcldman. mother of Mrs. Max Solomon ami Mr. William Feldman. Yahrzeits: Anna Bernstein, mother of Mr. Jack Bernstein; Leah Simons, mother of Mr. Harry V. Simons; Bernhard Wertheimer. father of Mr. Adolph Wertheimer. ,,u...iyi|j W I..MI^ !" : 'BURNETTS PURE VANILLA and other extracts always uniform in quality and flavor. 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_> PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH fLORIDlAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1940 'FOR THE SPIRIT OF COOPERATION AND UNDERSTANDING YOU EVIDENCED WHEN THE UNPRECEDENTED COLD WEATHER OVERTAXED OUR SYSTEM AND LOWERED THE GAS PRESSURE IN SEVERAL SECTIONS Let us show you just what happened • Thousands of our patrons kept heaters and ranges turned on "full tilt" for several days—in their efforts to keep warm. Last Saturday each customer used an average of more than 300 Cubic Feet of Gas. This is 50 c 'o in excess of the 400 Cubic Fcoi average for the coldest day of any previous year! The record is as follows: • LAST YEAR'S MAXIMUM DAY 4,300,000 CUBIC FEET • THIS YEAR'S EXPECTED MAXIMUM 5,250,000 TO 5,500,000 CUBIC FEET 'SATURDAY'S ACTUAL PLANT PRODUCTION 7,400,000 CUBIC FEET • SUNDAY'S ACTUAL PLANT PRODUCTION 7,300,000 CUBIC FEET PREVIOUS TUESDAY'S ACTUAL USAGE 2,600,000 CUBIC FEET • To accomplish the Herculean task of supplying service so greatly in excess of expected demand, it was necessary for our Plant and Service Departments to virtually LIVE at their posts—day and night for five solid days! Thank you for bearing with us — even though you may have been temporarily inconvenienced. We appreciate your willingness to understand this unusual condition over which we had no control. P E O P L E S 5C^^^P&s COMPANY MIAMI BE A I II FT. I \ I I I 11 I \ I i: HOIJ VWOOB \ *4 %  > j )



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1940 THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN PAGE FIVB T SOCIETY SUCCUMBS TO ILLNESS Mrs. Sophia Rabinovich, 51 years old, of 620 S. W. I5tli K\c, succumbed to an illness Friday, January 26thi a! tinJackson Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon al 3 I'. M. al the Miami Jewish Funeral Home by Rabbi Abraham V Kellner Interment followed in the Jew isli Section of the VVoodlawn Ceinctery. She is survived bj her husbandi 1 'avid, a daimhti r !.> e, tw i s"ii> Heiman of Naunatuck, Cnnn.i and Nathan of Fori Lauderd Mrs Rabinovich was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miai Jewish Orthodox Concrecatioi :L resident of Miami for two years v'. miin In ri fi %  St Petersbui ARBEITER RING TO MEET I In* Ireater M iami \\*"rkmrn'< OFFICERS TO BE INSTALLED Officers of the Greater Miami Young Judaea Council will be installed Sunday, February 4, al 8 P \L. in the Beth David Talmud Torah. 133 North West Third \\cnue, Rabbi Max Shapiro will be the Btiesl speaker for the evening and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will be tlie installing! officer, Officers to be installed are: President! Mr. Harold Geo. Shapiro; Vice President Miss \delc Segall; Secretary! Miss Ida Smith; and Treasurer. Miss 1 Mam 1 'ill. Aii entertaining program has been arrantrcd and refreshments will be served during the social hour foltlu installing ceren onies \ (• irdial imitation i* extended t" all. WEST FLAGLF.R KENNEL CLUB 1 ur I the outstanding hi.uiuls in Hi,State "i* Fl< rid i, ii .nfn .in thi Fast ami VVl -l Coast, will nurt ill a -ericof SpC, starting Feb. 13The match racew 11 be stai eel it Circle Branch X"602 are completthe We-; Flagler Kennel Club plans for their annual concert which will feature Mr. Harvey Yefimoff. Mr. Applebaum of Savannahi Southeastern District Secretary, announces that planto present concerts in all the branches of this ilistricl are being formed and debate on ''The Sad Alliance Miami ami at the St Pcti rsburg Kennel Club. I'nder plans announced by Jacob Slier ami Bill lluntley. ownerof tinWest Flagler track. Rural Rube. world 5-b'th mile champion, and Cherokee Strolleri outstanding -tar%  if tin F.ast coast now racing at West Flagler, will meet Jingle Janbetween Stablin ami Hitler" will be held. Details will be announced gh ami Suwannee, top greyhounds :.! a later elate. "' l!; '' West Coast in a luiiiie-anilThe next meeting of the Arbcitcr ''..me series over three distanceRing will take place Thursday cvening. February 8th. at the 4ietb David Auditorium. 1.'? X. W. 3rd Ave. All members, tourists ami friends arc invited to attend. • • • LOCAL RABBI ACCEPTS Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David ContireKation has accepted the invitation to launch the 1940 Campaign for the United Jewish Appeal in Tampa Februarv loth and in St. Petersburg February 18th. • •TEVYA" HELD OVER Due to the creat public demand "Tevya". featuring Maurice Scbwart/f noted Jewish actor, will be held over through Saturday at the Plaza Theatre. Biscayne Street. Miami Beach. The all talking Jewish picture equipped with English titles, comes direct from a record run on Broadway Mr. Schwartz plays the part of Tevya. the story of H simple man with a love for learning and an uncanny genius for misquoting the scriptures. The film is based on the Yiddish stage play of the same name by Sholem Alcicheni. • • • VACATIONING HERE Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosenblatt, of Naugatuck. Conn., are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Margulies. 3-l6th of mile, futurity course ami 5-16th of a mile at each track. The first cla-hes will be at the West Flagler track on the dates of Feb. 13. Feb 15 and Feb. 17. while the return matches will be staced at the St. Petersburg Kennel Club the following week. SHOLEM LODGE (Continued from page 1) Among the early workers were Ike Levin. Nathan Adelnian. William Friedman, Benjamin I.c Vine. Dr. Frank Coret. Leo Eisenstein, Louis (".onion. I. Louis Shochct, Abe Aronovitzi Harry Simonhc ft. Matty Bandler. Al Pallot, Mill >n Friedman and all of our local Rabbis. Ere a year had elapsed, the Lodge grew from a mere handful of duespaycrs, to an interested, bard-working group of members—men with determination and vision —men who were willing and did sacrifice their time, money and pleasures to ths work of our lodge. Dark clouds arose on our horizon —filling our hearts with misgivings and despair; but. united in a band of brotherhood, we faced them one by one ami dissolved them by the light of understanding. We feel that with the awakening of our Lodge, there arose a new spirit of communal consciousness in our midst—we met to discus, the various problems thai confronted us —we grew to know each other new friendships were .' IVI lie I we realized that in Unity, our fens were diminished our problems were handled in a more direct and practical manner. Tin ugly head of anti-semitism cast its horrid shadows in our midst. Our Anti-Defamation Committee, headed by our beloved brother, I. Louis Shocheti who is not now with Us to -hare in our glory, armed with intelligence and understanding! handled many delicate matters with di patch, great tact and dignity and brought a clearer and belter uiider' ng among our neighbors. \ very imimrtanl i ase %  >f this work u.idevoted to contacting inr own and calling to their tlttcntion, acts and practices ih.it reflected unfavorably upon ou people. The example set by Miami in bringing into existence a liv*. an 1 going lodge, had its healthy effect upon the entire State an 1 a greater interest ivas revived in B'na! B'rith. Soon, under the sponsorship of Miami, a Stale Federation cam. int i • and the second President of this group of lodges was our own bn itl er. I *r. Frank Corel. The outstanding work of this Stale organization was the formation of the Student Union Work at Gainesville ami Tallahassee, under the able leadership of Rabbi F.ichnrn, We. in. Miami, may take pardonable pride in the fact that ibis was made possible through our efforts and material assistance, and particularly through the able guidance of Brother Harry Simonhoff. State Chairman of Student Union Work. Tinefforts of the tiny group of workers have indeed borne fruit— a mighty lodge of 750 members is now our proud boast—due in gre it part to the Herculean and prodigious efforts of Rro. Rcniamin I.e Vine and the et'fcrvesccnt energies of Bro. Matty Bandler. Numbers alone would be meaningless, but we arc indeed proud of the fact that we have enrolled in our ranks, the outstanding citizens and workers in our community—men who realize the problems confronting us—men who are willing to try to solve these problems. New fieldof activities have been opened to us—under the guidance of able and interested brethren. Americanization, Refugee Problems, A./ \., Vocational Guidance and other useful endeavors are fostered and sponsored. We need more strength—our gi>al is nowI.IMI member-. We feel certain that with the capable leadership of llro, J. Arou Abbott, and his splendid set of officer-, we will reach thigoal In fi ne I': < end c if the year, Even more important than the larger membership! and in passing. we might -tale that Sholem Lodge is perhaps the largest lodge in this District which includes District of Columbia. Maryland, Virginia. Xorih Carolina.Gd rgia and Florida. is the splendid spirit of co-operation ami brotherhood that prevailin ..ur midst. Dissension is unknown to us. \\'e are united to serve — serve the community—serve our people. And may this grand spirit ever guide us on in the Spirit of iiir great Psalmist:— BEHOLD, 1K)\V GOOD \\n HOW PLEASANT IT IS FOR BRETHREN TO LIVE IX UNITY! M. J. O. C. BULLETIN (Continued from Page 3) Our Synagogue housed a most inn portant gathering on Sunday wdien a large audience listened aptly to Rabbi Joseph 11. Lookstein, national Mi/rachi vice president, deliver a, most stirring message. We were most happy to be hosts to this distinguished guest and warm words of welcome were extended to him by our president. Mr. H, M. Drevieh. RIDE THE FLORIDA SUNBEAM COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED Till-: FAMILY of the late Mri. Sophia Rabinovich wish t" express their heartfelt thanks lor the kindness and sympathy extended to them during their recent berea\ einelltServing Florida's Finest American Jewish Dinner St. Regis RESTAURANT 446 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH THE SHORT-CUT to Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Detroit. Lv. Miami 7:00 P. M. Through sleeping cars for Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit. Through coach to Detroit. Direct route from Florida via Hampton. Travel in comfort and safety at low cost—in coaches and Pullman cars. Lounge car, dining car. Consult T. W. luck.rt, A. O T. A. 173 E.FIagUr St.. Miami. 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Chapter SSJHI, „r the Acts of 1907, I. or one or my deputies ahull be .11 Ihe lollowluaT plucca on the dulea aet opposite eneh for the purpose of reeeivluK Tax Ueturna for the >enr 1940. 1 nlso Mtt to r. i,,.ii,i the Taxpayers that It will be necessary to file their applicant.ins lor HOMF.STF.AU EXEMPTION with the State and County mill City in which the property la located each >eur between .1:11111:1 r. l.l mill April lat, or laid exemption cannot be icrunted by anid Til* i"i..i,i.. Therefore, we frill receive applications while we are vlaltinir the precincts, and Mill furnish rcceipta which ahould be obtained or booka checked prior to m. %  • inn: of Hoard of Kqunllzatioa to aacertaln whether or not application hos been allowed. IntnnKible lleturna ahould alao be filed by those owninir aecurltlea % % %  who are leita! reaidenta i|f thla State; otherwise they would he aubject to the naaeaameiit of thla office under the proviaiona of the Intangible Aet of !'•:.1. Very Heapectfully, J. N. LUMMUS. JR. Aaaeaaor of Taxea, Dade County, Florida Feb. 13, 1840 9:00 A.M. School llouae Feb. i:i, 1040 lOiOO A.M. Town Hull Feb. 13, 1940 11:00 A.M. Poat Office Feb. 13, 1940 1:00 P.M. Town Hall Feb. 13. 1940 S:0O P.M. Town Hall Feb. 13, 1940 3:00 P.M. Town Hull Feb. 13, 1940 4:00 P.M. '.'-.". K.B. 79th St. I Mooncy'a Iteal Katute Office) Feb. 14, 1940 9l00 A.M. flt> Hull Feb. 14, 1940 10:00 A.M. lat State Bank llulldlnic. Feb. 14, 1940 11:00 A.M. Town Hull 1:110 P.M. W. I-:. I'each Real Katute Office. SHIIIIV lalea Feb. 14, 1940 .'mi P.M. Sunny Isles Caalao Golden llench Feb. 14, 1940 3:00 P.M. golden lleach Pav illon. \lluiialtnh Feb. 14. 1940 10:00 A.M. Andrew Jncnaoa l.cmon City Feb. 14. 1940 School. \.W. 62nd St. and '-•2nd Ave. Feb. 14, 1910 11:00 A.M. Miami P.dlaoa 3240 \.W. 27th Ave. Feb. 14. 1940 School. Miami llench Feb. 14, 1940 1:00 P.M. Corner Supply snrf Bide Feb. 14. 1940 2:iHI P.M. Melroae Propertlea 1918 lied lload Feb. 1.".. 1910 Office, t oral Gables Feb. 15. 1910 1:00 P.M. City Hall. OJua N. Miami lleach I i,i;i N. Miami lllscnyne Park Mlnmi Shores \ lllnare LlttlC llivrr II 111 Iran Miami Springs Opu-I.ocku IV. \V. 7th Vve. 1 95th St. Feb. 14, 1940 29O0 Tamlaml Trail 2338 S. \\ Mad Ave. Coconut Grove South MI11 in I Kemlllll Pcrrlne Goalda Silver Pnlai Princeton lleillnnd Florida City Homeatead MIAMI Feb. 15. 1910 :t:00 P.M. City Hall Feb. 15. 1940 9:00 A.M. Jones i.r rr lib. 15. 1910 store • Feb. 15. 1910 111 IMI A.M. City llnll Feb. 15. 1940 11:00 A.M. Mcirjra llept. Store I ib. 15. 1940 1:00 P.M. O'UuInn a llrui Feb. 15 .1940 Store. Feb. 15, 1940 2:00 P.M. City Hall Feb. 16. 1940 9i00 A.M. Town llnll Feb. IB. 1940 10:00 A.M. II. II. nice Parklaa; Feh. 16. 1940 llouae. Feb. 16, 1940 11:00 A.M. nnrfleld'a Store Jan. 2. 1040 1:00 P.M. Goulda Supply. Ine. I1.I-I.IIU-.II April I. 1940 3:00 P.M. Anderaon Fillies Station. lOtOO A.M. J. 11 Cash Store 11:00 A.M. Woman's club 1:00 P.M. Town Hall 2:00 P.M. City Hall K:0 A.M. :O0 P.M. S1S-5U Coart Hoaae "^"



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^w^ gjjH >&fMffl$ • PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAH FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1*40 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) NEW SERIES and build against Mich eventsJun. is the intention to conduct alter Hadassah has a part to play too. series of Hook Reviews irom 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi—497 Southwest 18th Road It new time to time on Sunday mornings as a part of the cultural program .>i our Institution. Junior Hadassah must be strong so that the older more matured organ, izations will have educated and This Sunday, Feb-lworthy material to draw from. Office Phone 2-1473 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 a. m. Hebrew Sthool. 3:15 to G:15 p. m. Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a. m. Har-.Mitzvah Group, Sunday 9:00 a. m. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. ruary 4th, at 10:30 A.M.. Rabbi Max Shapiro will review Sholem Vsch's newest book "THE NAZ VREN K". In \ iew of the many contents made by the critic-, b th Christian and Jewish, ii!i rei ar I to thi1)". k. ilu Rabbi II disi uss ii from the standpoint! "AS \ k \i:i:i SEES IT." Members and friendare cordially invited to attend this first review. thiSunday morning, February 4th. ione ol PR< (MPTLY at 10:30 in the SynaGirls wh is also our duty to be numerous. In strong so that we may 'I" our work for Palestine and with world Jewry, usl fill our quota of members and obtain many more. W e uiu-t work to Icai n and teach. Then i io our organization must contribute to fe< d the void in our young Jew ish | iris livi It does give th in a chance I" gain culture and is an incentive to delve into a past thai the oldest on t!-< earth do not belong to Folks, remember the Fashion show Feb. 27. We can hardly wait to see the new drcs-i-. WOULD YOU GIVE [will be introduced by M r Isador Cohen, the first Jewish settler in Miami. The "ONEG SHABBOS" J and social hour will take place in the auditorium immediately after the services. Mrs. I.obelson will hostess in honor of her sen e •oil's as birthday. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES This coming Friday Evening Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services, and Cantor Louis Hay man, accompanied by the Beth David Choir, will chant the prayers. Mr. Kenneth Keyesi outstanding citizen of our community, and a most active worker in communal affairs will be the guest speaker. In view of the campaign launched this week by the Community Chest of GreaterMi.mii and in view of the great interest that Mr. Keyes has in its successi he will speak on the subject, "TITHES". The speaker MOTOR OVERHAUL $3.00 PER CYLINDER Dont rebore—we guarantee to stop your motor from pumping oil and •moking—We install special rings— rind valves — synchronize points — clean and adjust carbuerator — Tune up motor — 90-Day Guarantee DOWNTOWN GARAGE 31 S. W. First St. Ph. 2-7233 RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTION Junior Congregation: The services %  the Seniors and Juniors c i ducted by the Junior Congregation takeplace every Saturday morning al 10.30. Harold Shapin V hert I'.-k.ma/i and Herbert Glazeroif arcin charge : the sen ic< We arc h.i: pj to noti that the attendance iincreasing from Sabbath ti %  Sabbath. A "Kiddush iin the auditorium immedately after the Benediction under the chairmanship of MrI.. I. Hartz Bar-Mitzvah Group: The "Bar" Mitzvah" group meets every Sunday morning from 9 to 10 under the direction of Louis Gadon; boys of \2 and over are eligible to attendThe boys arc taught the melodicfor the different "Portions of Law". Talmud-Torah: An invitation iextended to the members and friendof the Beth I iav id Congregation t" come and witness the classes of our daily Hebrew School where elementary and advanced Hebrew. "Chumosh" with 'Ka-hi. \Y vieni." Religion, Yiddish and other subjects pertaining to Hebraic ctiltun are taught. Sunday School: Suiid.iv School uns during the assemblj arc being prepared by the different teachers ol the faculty Parents and friendare asked to vi-it our Sunday School during the assembly from 11:30 to 12. Greyhound RACING NIGHTLY Post Time 8:15 p. m. gogue. SISTERHOOD CARD PARTY Beth David Sisterhood will sponsor .. large C VK1) PARTY Wednesday, February 7th. Belxedere Hotel. Euclid Aveand 9th St • at 2 r M. Mesdames C. Auslandcr. C Goldstein. ISilbcrstein, .1 Kat/. M Chisling. '" %  • Spiegelman awl \ Rifkin. M. Silbcrstein wdl serxe as si sses during the afterivm. Members and friends are invited to .nic nd this I '..d.i ( -ir.l Tarty. CONGREGATIONAL DINNER I'-l III I I.IV id Si-lc rhNKI \VI 1 I Iitii ill a I I 'inner. i n ii embers i mly. Sunday %  '.• I'chn.aiv Mlh. al ft 30. Members an advised thai they arcto be tin gu< sts of tin Coi • gation and Sisterhood, and arc urged to phone .'-117.* for their rescri ar ins. A pro-ram consisting of men of international fame will be presented during the evening, PRE-PUR1M BALL The Sisterhood this year will sponsor their Pre-PURIM B M.I. Sunday Evening. February 25thThe place and details will be announced later. Junior Hadassah Bv Elsie Kronenftdd Ii has been said by those w'.io should know that the While Paper would never have been present! th< r tin e and ha\ e viur card par til al the Hotel. Rose Kasanof, may we wish you much luck and happiness in your new home-. We want to come and vi.-it soon, may we ? pills. Why Don't You Try Dr. Mile* Anti-Pain Pills? They taste good, act promptly, do not upset the stomach, contain no opiates or laxative medicines. 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%  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE iNi ^H Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BZBON) • THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW Transatlantic whispers have it that Hitler won't find the road through Holland as simple to traverse as he hopes when his big spring drive opens on the Western front in about th? middle of March ... The Hollanders haven't been napping, and have the goods on quite a flock of Nazi spies who are trying to undermine their country Remember that story of a couple of weeks ago about eight German refugees who arrived on our shores after being detained on a French submarine for some days? Well, one of them is said to be a Gestapo agent who, after fulfilling a mission in Palestine, is now turning his attention to these United States Latest Broadway quip to reach our ears informs that "the German people are getting sick and tired of the goose-step—right now they would rather have the goose" Ask your local lecture forum manager what he has heard about an impending talk-tour in this country by Britan's ex-Minister of War, Leslie Hore-Belisha This reminds us to report to you that Pierre van Paassen, whose extensive lecture tour has had to be canceled to date because of his prolonged illness, is on the road back to health, but still can't extract from his physician a defin'.ts promise as to when he will be able to go cut to lecture NEWS BITS There's a Republican in Congress whose fear i>i lien Cohen's influence i>n administration policies is so great that he is preparing a House fight against the National Power Planning Commission, of which Cohen is general counsel, in the hope of chasing Ben out of the Capital by cutting his salary off from under him Now that Chairman Leo T. Crowley of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is about to retire from the i><.st he lias filled so splendidly you ought to know that the discoverer of Crowley and the first to get him int. a government agency post was Henry Morgenthau, Jr. We trust that official Washington is keeping a strict eye on Lobbyist Louis I'-. Ward, editor of Father Coughlin's "Social lustice," which has given so much aid and comfort to the unchristian Front And we hope that by the time you read this Morris Ernst will have refused to take over the defense of the "Christian Frontists" Have you. by the way. read "The Censor Marches C.'n." a biography of censorship since the dawn of history, written by Ernst together with Alexander Lindley? And, while we're on the literary angle, we'd like to recommend "From Another World." the autobiography of one "I" America's finest poets, Louis I ntermex er BOUQUET DEPARTMENT Orchids to Dr. Samuel Margoshes for leading the fight against those Jewish leaders who refused financial aid to that group of Jewish refugees stuck on the upper Danube The refusal was due to the fact that the salvaging of the group would rebound to the credit of the Revisionist party Three rousing cheers for Benjamin Winter, president of the Federation of Polish Jews in America, for coming out publicly with the statement deploring the choice of the notoriously anti-Semitic General Jozef Haller as the Polish "good-will ambassador" to this country Hats off to Al Jolson for interrupting his Florida vacation to hold on to Ben Bernie's radio job for him while Ben is in the hospital with a major operation Felicitations to Jack Benny for his seventh successive election as the nation's most popular radio comedian We've not yet heard of a lawyer who doesn't like Judge Birdie Amsterdam, first woman to be elected to sit in the New York Municipal Court, but a lot of barristers are having trouble remembering that in her court the traditional phrase should be changed to "if her honor pleases" WEIZMANN WIT The other day John Gunther entertained Dr. Chaim Weiz mann at his home, the other guests including some of America's foremost journalists When somebody asked Weizman just how well he knew Gunther the president of the World Zionist Organization replied: "We know each other so well that at the last Zionist Congress Mr. Gunther dispatched a demand for my resignation" On another occasion, when Dr. Weizmann was talking with a member of financial and theatrical notables, among them Sam I'.ehrman and Clare Roothe, he was asked (by Miss Boothe, if you must know) what he, as a chemist, would consider the formula expressing the chemical make-up of a Jew "Thirty per cent fear, thirtv per cent chutzpah and forty per cent sweetness," was the Weizmann reply MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 154o S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI':, RhSIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:43 p. m. Friday evening services, 5:30 p. m. Shabbes: 9 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset. FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM The popular Friday nijshl re!'_.i•uforums will have a in..1 distinguished (juest speaker this week. Kul>bi Dr Samson Raphael HM-II, erly chief Rabbi of Wur/bur^, '•criiKiny, who is al present pr fes%  ii' %  'i I iihnuclic studies id" t'n Israel Rabbinical College in Haiti i'>re, will speak %  ,u "Jewish I u cat:onal I lopes in V ca I r. I lirsch u ill also conduct die Talmud lass "ii the Sabbath afterno n Rabbi Kellncr u ill preach the inx -i i moii ami Mr. I larrj I. %  1/ .'i brilliani studenl al thi N'er Israel Yeshi\ a. H II s| eak at the Shalos Sudos. ANNUAL BALL Our annual ball whii is alwa> "i"' "i the mo i outstanding I'unc tions of tin war will be hold Tin daj night, February 27th. at tin Miami Worn* n's Club. I h tjeors ballroom w h ch has been ill -cne of our lasi two m< -i MI I frl balls has been ncwl\ painte I i.n I ilcci irated and its n'< >i; ms -, itin ". erloi .km.His .,;, up |{,,j i. |, v • self a fine attraction The co-nl' appointe I bj I' c l.adu Auxiliary ifull i : -., :; -; i did ami enjo} able e.e'i n in store for all those who u tei .I. LADIES TO MEET A special social iiicitiii-j .. I. n lies Auxiliary will 1,, htld I'm day alien n. February 0th, al _' I'M in the home • i our h i isui r Mi S Stone at 101)1 S. \V. 11 li Terrace, Miami. Our .!i ir sister \l i Sime li. just recuperated nmi a i HI -and tliiaffair will be in i u iiin i a Seudas I lab I %  : ir--:HI of [ rat itiul \lnii;.lii\ i ir Inmere i Phi discussion held will Inthe ,i. 1 Kail. JEFUO 3HLEMO \\ e pray fi .r (he -pi i 1 of ..indear sister Mi-Sam l.ailand who irecuperating from a serious illni sin \ ictoria I lospital Mr. Nathan Adelman irecuperating front a severe malady ami we praj for his speedy and complete I IS. NICHUM OVELIM W e i xtend our sincere ci nidi to the Kabii n ich family o\er the ly los> „f their .lear \l >ih< ihej bi mfi -riiI amidst ilic : d Ji-in akin. I1 %  titinued on Page l nnouncing The fineft Gasoline we have ever offered OTANDARD Oil Stations and Dealers are offering you today the finest and highestoctane motor-fuel ever offered at the Standard Sign— CROWN EXTRA! CROWN EXTRA more than lives up to its name — and is really extra in every way extra anti-knock, extra powerful, extra smooth, and decidedly extra in all 'round performance. An EXTRA premium product, at a smrll premium price — made for those who want the best. 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^ PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1940 *SB*SB*?S3*;S< *22*SS5* SOCIAL ACTIVITIES PIDYON HABEN TO BE HELD :%  Sui • '.' t thcii %  %  \ \\ tl %  • ~ : \ I i MELAVEH MALKEH TO BE GIVEN Tin > •' %  .' th< V M H. \ • %  • s \.. %  %  ,%  %  % %  '\'. VISITING HERE i •• •• --' • • ENTERTAINS AT FAREWELL LUNCHEON Klmi; N \ %  )• n,< in N .. i Beach \ b flowers and gifts wer< res i to the gues honoi Follow %  • %  •-.• %  %  %  i sent wen MrsC Lieb• %  M, Pallot. MrE :M r*. E Berk %  Hira Selig s. Abralu ii tl scries r< • %  n nexl -. jl DGE SiBATH TO LECTl RE %  %  • i Supci i -an %  rl in %  ard Kelly i I Chicago. U S. ti ry and Lucas of Illinois, and seventy of the couples u |ud e Sabath has red n %  his j ears on the bench. k, President Leai ue I Miami Be [ that I ting will be ind \\ II : • %  : • % %  pen dis %  %  %  '' : • %  br. ther VISITOR HERE • J Kl \. .. Y rk the MISS JENNIE SPECIOR -.,'--. Lilt I '• ne>. was a -' ind Mrs S .' %  • hiFROM NORTH Mrs. Williai Cli n n tun e I I • %  a, where sh* .. t %  u f her niece W hil north s • Mob le. ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION 320 N. E. FIRST STREET //,. -bruai hen's i %  i tl rticulai • • %  %  fort* I ng couples • "' On the I %  \\ i rienct. Ju :_i Sabatl is • i I ., lui e. : : u' ich short ich the hers. has been i • fjftj -t years ind has thi %  i [ : grai two great '• i • %  visitor I Beach ; i thi last sixteen j irs. < in h %  eturn I Cl icag 25th, 19*1. 1' friends th< Chi. %  ... Bai • part) % %  unitioi list %  gi .!•• judicial i honoi will be V',-•'., ernoi May. : S ib •' • the and i-. ider in C • Sabatl si n in C %  r gether with his in the L'nil States is a | r in migi int. De*taining judi i • • %  h< has alwa> retail < .• %  n g yal fe< line : h> s '• an he has been particularlj ncerned witl the | r blem • • j the suffering of his ; v lews. VISITING MIAMI Mrs El H lurwitz and son. : \ Y rk .'< 'us< glM its if their parei is. Mr and Mrs. Isad it LanL;ner. I 2283 S. W l" -h St PICKWICK INN RESTAURANT 152 S. E. let St. CHARCOAL for BROILING { Club Breakfut. Lunch. Dinner MRS. GRACE GRAY Superritinf ALL TRAINS ARE AIRCONDITIONED CONCERT TO BE GIVEN .' %  -.' : si Mai the pro: %  r I t I I I I t t I i L rfjjGtJST BROS Ry: £ Lf* IS the BEST' T^ REV. J. MALEK Experienced MOHEL PHONE 2-0828 300 N. WI6tfe Ave. NEW FASTER SERVICE to Washington, New York and the East ORANGE BLOSSOM SPECIAL Th ONLY. All-Pullman, Dis*l-*l*ctric Train to Nw York hM Wkm R^bboo trin. :^, houn to New York. All trp of F\Ui HMMIi fc %  •'• Waaff car. Uii','. Hk eoopler*. New. sjnooibr.Ji^i evinioc*.. N I ;. -•.*. io ^Meaks. ao cc:*e. IH. N W, 110 P. M. WOLPERT' FURNITURE* BARGAINS! We Refuse To Be Undersold; 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 VINE SADDLE HORSES % %  %  Mnfmi R 1 Ml \cad*my r + SILVER METEOR-Florida's FIRST Srroamlined Coach Train New DAILY Servke to Washington, New York and the East I Sew* Httet tku Urt w-ater. Modere tn^tl luiury *x W>we ov>wrh Mm. Duun$ cr. l*Tra cir. tocaff-ok^mDoa Hk R*iw LntertuBill Stewrvin KIW. True P*} P. M. Coataii T. W. Lockett. A. G. P. A. 1T3 E. FUx>r Sc Mv i mi Phone. VMI % tsit til tr :r ST ALLIGATOR WRESTLING HOURLY %  : • i • is. QNEDF FLORIDA5 hll\Ianthnq Qfftat tivli I I I • • I I • • I I • I I I I I 4 \ AT MIAMI STORE ONLY 1.00 BOX OF FACE POWDER with your Charles of the Ritz purchase Marie B.v.th.loim.s, Charlei of the Ritz Salon Consultant, is in our Miami store! She wifl analyze your complexion and mix a face powder especially to suit you. One box only with purchase. BURDINE'S, MIAMI STORE. STREET FLOOR LrU/td/ MIIMI 111 INI liUH •>*.' -•


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* r* o ^Jemsti Filaridliiai m w VOL. 13. — No. 5. CoA, 8 /v WC 7/7/7 ,£> jhewiislh lUinMty MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1940. PWK.i-. in < .-,NTS Monsky, B'nai B'rith President To Visit Miami: Executive Committee Meets at Tampa 96th ANNUAL MEETING OF B'NAI B'RITH'S EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO BE HELD IN TAMPA. FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 4th AND 5th \\ \SIII\i'.T< >\. 11 C—The "'ill animal meeting of the Executive Committee of B'nai B'rith, which i• i iverning bocl> '>i the oldest and largest national _l %  organization in the I nitcd Sta'ibetween triennial conventions! will l held at Tampa. Florida, February -lih and 5th, according to an announcement here by Henry Monsky, 111 sident of B'nai B'rith. Major questions ol policy, pro^.nii and budget thai will determine B'nai B'rith's activity an.I participation in all spheres of Jewish lift during 1940, as well anext year's work "i such major B'nai B'rith arms as the \ntl-l tefamation Li ai ue. the Hillel Foundations, the Alcph Zadik Alepli, the Vocational Service Bureau. The NV.tional Jewish Monthly and Wider Scope, will he decided upon at tintwo-day session of the Executive Committee over which Mr Monsky will preside. B'nai I!'r111 I 'role in meeting tin vital issues confronting American Jewry as a result of tinwar-created relief problems ami Palestine reconstruction aiiother questions due to Ingiven lengthy consideration. The relationship of the growing B'nai B'rith women's ami junior girls auxiliaries to B'nai B'rith ialso expected to receive ample discussion, Mr. Monsky's annual report, summarizing B'nai B'rith's achievements during 19.W. will be tlic highlight of the meetingThe executive Committee will also receive detailed reports from Maurice Bisgyer. secretary; Sigmund Livingston, chairman of the Anti-Defamation Commission; Sam lieber, president <>f the Supreme Council of the A.Z.A., B'nai B'rith's youth organization; Richard E. Gutstadt, director of the API. ; hr. A I.. Sachar, national director of Hillel Foundations; and the members of the headquarters staff in Washington, The officers of the Supreme Lodge of B'nai B'rith and members of the Executive Committee arc: Mr. Monsky, of Omaha, president; Alfred M Cohen. Cincinnati, honorary president; Judge I M. Gol den. of San Francisco; Louis Fabricant of New York and Vrchibald Man of New Orleans, vice-presidents; Sidney G. Kusworm, Dayton, Ohio, treasurer; Maurice Bisgyer, Washington.. D. C, secretary; Sigiiuitid Livingston. Chicago, chairman of the Anti-Defamation Commission; Sam Bebe-r. Omaha, president of the Supreme Advisory Council of All pi. Zadik Alcph; Sidney Stl rn. Goldsboro, N. C-; Judge Joseph Kun, Philadelphia; Benjamin Samuels. Chicago; Harry B. Epstein, New York; J. Eugene Farbcr. Toledo, Ohio; Nathan KatZ. Pittsburgh; David Goldman, Oakland, California; Alvin Kartus. Ashcviile. Sholem Lodge Makes Progress SHOLEM LODCE-THE REAWAKENING A Hittory of the Lodge. H> Elry Stone With the entry of the United Stati inl %  thi \, rl for ci\ ili.in ivar work, ^ ith ihe end of the war. and the slow r< lurn oi the soldii tune el.i; -i |„ could n adjust themselves to peace tune existence. Then came upheavals in economics the first blow was struck in the South with the terrific drop In (he price of ci itton ;all fratcrnitii • -in fi red throughi ml the South in particular, the B'nai B'rith reached a very low ebb ; and. in many communities, the lodges retained their charterbj virtue of the fact thai a few determined and sincere nun did not want to let this worth-while organization pa-out of existence \\ itlt the perspective of Time, w i can m >w ap| reciate theng..o,| judgment and praise them for their determination. With economic conditions at particular!} low level in Miami and with a rapidly changing and fluctuating population, it was difficult to find enough material to form a successful lodge. Just five yearago. Sholem Lodge had a mere handful of members, meeting .nice 0 r twice a year, barely existing. Then, a small group of interested men decided that it was necessary to revitalize the lodge and brought about a reorganization, that proved healtry and salutary Too much credit cannot be given to Brother flyman SJacobs, now Treasurer of the District Lodge, tor Inuntiring efforts in attempting to place this lodge on a solid basis. With the reorganization, Ik, Levin took the helm ami with his skillful guidance, ingenuity, tut and sincere efforts, led the lodge through many of the early perils, pa-t the rockand tee;of shallow misunderstandings, to the secure -\ atei i Success, \round him were gathered a group of hardworking, earnest thinking, altruistic I crs, who ... v e • i tin ir time, their effort, their money and talent to the work of tinorder. It ito this small grbup of men that the present lodge oweitpresent power and success without this firm foundation, a successful lodge never could ha\ e been launched. (Continued On p*ge 5) \. C.; Aaron Droock, Detroit; and A. D. Beartnan, Memphis, Tenn. David Robinson of Portland, Oregon, chairman of the National AntiNazi Hove d Committee of B'nai B'rith. will also be present. Greater Miami will he privileged to have aitguest next Wednesday Henry Monsky, president of! the Supreme Lodge "i B'nai B'rith, who will he accompanied by the firsl vice-president of the District, Mr..Alvin Kartus and other members of tin Executive Committee, n hi i hai e %  mie t r n I at ; ., w hen the 1 ixecuthe Ci inmitti i si A i n held. Mr. Monsky was born in Omaha, was ail ihi Bar in 1912. Hi is a graduati i i I 'n.In m I 'niversity of Omaha, and secured his Law Degree emu laude. He vvill be accompanied by his wife. MrDaisj llit'sh Monsky and will stay at the Royal Palm Hotel at Miami Beach" where they vvill receive vi-itfrom |i ed members i >i B'nai B'rith, Sholem Lodge \o. 102-1 will be host to President Monsky at Temple l.-rael Wednesday evening starting at K o'clock at which time the initiation of the Henry Monsky Class, of more than two hundred and fifty new B'nai B'rith members, will take place The initiation ritual w III i inly be ; arl if a brilliant program which includes the invocation by Dr. Jacob Kaplan; an i Idle-. if wele. ne by Presideni I \ron \bbott ; initiation by V.Z.A. Lodges of Miami and Miami Beach under the direction of Louis HIT man: a musical interlude, followed by the initiation ceremonies ol Sholem Lodge; the presentation of flowers to Mrs, Monsky by Mrs. Isaac Levin, president of Ladies Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith: the introduction by Isaac Levin of the vice president of the Supreme Lodge. Mr \lvin Kartus who vvill introduce Mr. Monsky who will address those present, followed by the benediction by Kabbi Max Shapiro which will conclude the program, Refreshments will be served by the Ladies Auxiliary. HENRY L. MONSKY • if i Itnaha, N'ebi.. ska. pr ddenl oi the Supren e Lodgi B'rith %  FEDERATION ASKS AID Conti ibutii ns i" the 194(1 Campaign of Greater Miami F'edcratioii of Jewish Welfare Funds are si being received at the offices in thi Congress Building. Ml those de to make pled) • to thi dm i an a-ked to please do so. Attention is called to the fact that this ana Iat present filled with collectorand solicitors from all over the country. If the commuii t.\ will co-operate with IV Icration. an I refer thesi gentlemen to Federat'o.i offices, they will he doing all concerned a r< at justice. Those representing organi/ati us, whose causes are justifiedwi"'be taken care of at Federation cs. One of the rea-oiifor I i deratii m exist ence is taking care ol these institutii ms, %  We,fare Bureau "Night Of Stars" February 19 The sixth annual "Night of Star-'' benefit show for the Jewish Welfare Bureau will be staged Monday evening, February 19, at the Olympia, Theatre, it was announced bv K K. Adler, in charge of arrangements, at a luncheon meeting held lue-dav at his Ki\ o Alt n i mie, on i Beach. M rs, Bertha [,e> y has bi en appointed chairman of the ticket inittee. assisted by M rs. M at \> n Blank Arnson who vvill super*, se •' e tick' t -all fi >r M iaiui Beat h, and Mrs. Ida I Ipner. for Miami. Assisting the rmen an Mr-. Max Slnier. Mr-. M rs, Ann Jac bs, %  %  Ralph \. uii Id. Mr-. Milton D, US. Mrs. Leonard II. Finn. CHILD GUIDANCE By Joseph A. Berman J. ARON ABBOTT president of B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge NJ. 1024. (The writer will be glad to answer any problem of his readerWrite to him in care of this paper.) The. mental attitudes and behavior patterns which we develop in our early youth predetermine to a great degree our later adjustment in Society. Personality traits are formed verj early in our lives and. as we advance in age. these traits become more fixed and permanent Consequently, later in adult life, we find it more difficult to overcome undesirable attitudes and behavior pattern-. There are many factors which en ter into the final determination of the type of personalitj which oni is to develop. As > oil no doubt know, heredity plays an important role in deli i ling the personality make up of any person But more important, 1 think, is the environment al factor. One's attitude and be havior in later life arc influenced by all the environmental forces with which a person comes into contact from the very day he enters the world. This beingtrue, the training of the individual for his proper adjustment and for finding his proper place in society should begin at birth. Obviously, the individual himself can do little as an infant and young R. R. ADI FRJJ JChairman!"Nighl of Stars" i Mrs. Newton Levinson, Mrs. Lewis Rosenberg, Mrs. A. F. Frcidmaji. Mrs. Jack Miller, and Mrs. Lewis Brown. It is earnestly urged that tickets be purchased now. because there is a rush for seats at the last minute. when most of the better locations in the theatre have been taken. Harry Richinan. whose efforts last year did so much to make the -h ,\ an i i erwl elming success, M ill again be chairman of the entertainment committee assisted by MilI'erle. Jack DetllpSey and | 1 l.ivvi-. Mrs I', Mardeti, visiting at the Dempsey-Vanderbilt. will be in charge of ticket -alefor visitor-, and Mr. Benjamin Gaines, director of the Dempsey-Vanderbilt Hotel, will supervise the hotelmen's division. chilil to mold his own future attitude and behavior. This is in the hands of his parents, relatives an I teachers and other associates Psychologists have repeatedl) said, if proper training of children wenprovided by parents and relatives and proper attitudes developed on the part of teachers towards the (Continued on Page 4) "r i jd