The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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I'KICK HM.KVh
B'nai B'rith Head
Addresses Sholom Lodge
200 INITIATES IN MONSKY
CLASS
at
\\ ill, <., 600 in nlti ndan
Temple lrai I W i dneda> i i ninp.
B'nai B'rith Sholcui I "'I-'- played
Iici-i iii ll.ni> I Monsky, intcrnation-
ul president "I the Order, who, with
Iii- wife and some of llit* members
nf ilir K\ifilli\ (Committee, ranie
here from Tampa, where the Exeru-
live Committee of B'nai B'rilh, Ihe
TAMPA, 1 la. -Voicing b plea that
11 I nited Stale* maj I"- kepi mil ol
war. Henry Monsky. president ul B'nai
B'rilh Sunduj pledged ihe I.'
mi miters "in lull dc> ution to llu
i. ii.....f peai r in Vim i ii a." in Iii- re
porl I" ihe opening -i -ion of llu
two-day '"iili annual meelina ol B'nui
Iii iili- I'.M -i uii\ r i oinmittee,
"I he paramount imporlanee nf
peace aiul unil) in Vmeriea, he -aid.
"rinpha-i/i- ihe Hi
"Night of Stars" Disaster Takes Heavy 7,
ToBeGala Event /;j Nazi-Occupied Polan
Toll
d
effort* i' preserve democratic Iradi*
nun- ami in prolerl our free nation
oldest and largest national JewUh or- from the impart of phil
ganlsation in the country,
''mIi annual meeting.
Dr. Jaeob II. Kaplan delivered tIi-
invoeation opening the program. J.
An.ii Vhholt, president f Sholem
Lodge, made an ail.lr.--- ol welcome
ami was followed Ii) Mrs. Levin, pres-
ident f the newl} organized I adies
Auxiliar) who, on behalf "f her or-
ganization, welcomed Mrs. Monsky
ami the visiting ladies present. Louie
Heiman presented the \. /. A. initia-
linn, followed bj Rosemary Orson
who rendered a musical selection.
Jurk Abbott then introduced the De-
.....I'lil- Ml
leld its compatible with the Vineriean eonrepl
if a race of free men. To llu* accom-
plishment "I ilii- objective, the B'nai
B'rith ha- dedicated itself."
B'nai B'ritli, which represents 'a
ir......iiiuii of the Vmerican Jewish
community," realizes "lit.- 1.1 .--itiu- of
peace an.I the tragic consequences "f
war." and "joins with il"- great mass
nf tin vmerican public in the fervent
prayer and hope that oui r.....ilrj
Ilia) l- kept ..ul of war." Mr. Moilak)
asserted.
Reaffirming previous B'nai B'rith
declarations condemning Communism
<-. ~ ......".......... and asserting that Communism "i-
grrc Irani beaded b) Abe Aronovits, equallj as hateful*' and "as danger
with Burnett Roth, Loula Heiman, Sid-
ney I.. SegaU, Dr. Harold Hand, unil
Joseph I. Davis. In a beautiful im-
pi curve ceremonial with the degree
Irani in full rrgalia and the lights
dimmed, the initiation "f the Hear)
I.. Monsk) Class >>f 201) was conducted.
Tin- ceremony," stated Mr. Monsky,
"was performed in a moat creditable
manner an.I at well a- I haw- ever
seen."
Alvin Kariu- of Charleston, S. <"..
preaident of the Fifth district, was
introduced bl Isaac Levin. Mr. Kar-
on-" as are Nazism and Fascism, Mr.
Monsk) renewed the pledge of B'nai
B'rith "i" rarrj on the fight against
ami opposition to all political ldeol>
ogles ami movements -m-h as Com-
munism, Nazism and Fascism, which
mi nace democracy.
Mr. Monsky also asked the B'nai
B'rilh Executive Committee "to ap-
prove the policy which I have been
pursuing of lending the man power
ami resources of the B'nai B'ritli in
greater measure than ever In-fore to-
ward the upbuilding of Palestine be-
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turn's
I tin i nice.
'
il f.,r unrelenting : nil in this, the sixth annual
show f. r llic IV elf an Lea
R. K \ Hi r. in chai am -
cuts, thai half of the
seats- in the Olyinpia Theatre :.l-
ready ha\. been ihl for tl c beno-
iw, ;i11.1 calls attention to I <
lacl that if tick
then
..... '
I
i r. Ii.i been lined the
S .'-".
The U ival Palm Club: l-my Mar-
tin, moiic sin inj star. \be Ly-
man. The I >c M arc >- it 'landing
lancei s; lv i Rlainc. ry Lawlor. featured sinner; Weir
Brothers, comedy troui>e; Shea
and Kaymond and :i chorus of thir-
ty beauties
phie Tucker
STARVATION AND I
; ;
0< CUP1ED 1 L/ ID
Tin Fed. ration di
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.

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III 1: -i tlj till i
mitt -- Kan il\ i
," i hi 1 luiii ai S ictii .both
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'. i : I' 11 Nazi .
linns, stan itiol I disease, il iva. ,:l'' -1"'1 Jewish. I theii bi -i
, i i ..- to relicxe tin-e conditions hut tin-
irncd he! < tli
task i 'i -In Itct inj feeding
'I- of the it -- ettfi i ,.., ;,,,,,: .. |,. ;. ,,,
tinii of -Iii- Polish ci\i!: I i be borne by the charitabli
lie of .i untrj alon "
athercd by in titral obsi r
.1 |n lu-
iii the

tin- British and I
Shocked by lh
of untold cruelty and siifferii
N'azi Poland, a nroup of
French writers, including Jules Ro
mains, Paul Valery and G<
Duhainel, issued a statement dc-
.n.'i .. it- -i ii -I > >
jack Dempsey's: So- nouncina the "unprecedented bar-
"Amerca's firsl lady barity of the German Army and
if the nitcht clubs"; Singer Joan German authorities in the svestei i
vbbott, and VattRhn Monroe and p0|jsn provinces-" The writ* rs
his orchestra; Club Continentale: cnr(| i|u. memp{ |o ex|crminaU .,
loc I'- L< wis. America > ( lown .....
',, ,. nation which is an uulispensable
Prince; Frazec Sisters, song duo;
and dancers Leon and Mace; Car- .member of ihe European family,
rousal: Benny Fields, the M hi-
lt was n '. i i!i -1 In re thai
pulsi ft
ania back into ed I
by ihi -i ci il
mil Prcmi
is, which k-1
timi Lithuani in
nient I .'. with tl
tii .ii if 1 '.ili-h Jews in its i
in behalf of the Polish war refu-
gees in Lithuania.
in- in a brief address touched upon cause it afford- such a splendid oppor
ihr highlights of B'nai B'rilh work tunllj for the resettlement and r.
Ci
and its varied important activities thai
it is earning on today, anil in turn
introduced Henrj Monsky. Mr. Mon-
sky made an eloi|ii B'nai B'rith'- tremendous aid given for
relief and resettlement for the Zion-
ist*, the Hillrl work, which ha> been
acclaimed everywhere ami the *a-t ami
far reaching effect of the Ami Defa-
mation work. Mr. Monsk) emphasised
that B'nai B'rith- was an organization
not for a particular cause or pur-
pose, but a service organization to-
ll. Ip and work for and give service 10.
anything that arises when it will bene-
fit people directh or indirectly.
The B'nai B'rith president has a
long service record behind him. He
is a trustee for Father Flanagan'!
Boy's Town, has been president of
the Nrhraska ronfrrrnee o/ social
work, a mrinbrr of thr Omaha Wel-
fare Board and president of Ihe Oma-
ha council of Boy Srouts.
Other honor gursts. also member!
of the organization's national execu-
tive committee, iniiudrd Sigmund Liv-
ingston. Chicago, national chairman
of the Anti Defamation League; Rich-
ard Oudstadt, Chicago: David Cordon,
Oakland, Calif.: Dave Robinson, Port-
land. Ogc; Louis Fabrirant, New-
York, national vice president! Aaron
Drook, Detroit, and Benjamin Sam-
ela, Chicago.
The program was concluded with
the benediction by Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, followed by ihe reception held
in Kaplan Hall, at which time a huge
cake suitably inscribed in the form
of a telegram, was presented to Mr.
Monsky.
habilitation of lh
cuii.in"
virtims of perse
NATIONAL HADASSAH
DAY PROCLAIMED
strel Man; and Mary Burton.
bombshell of .....- ; Drum: Sheila
Barrett, outstanding impersonator;
sinner Irmnarde; Paddock Club;
Frances Fayc. hot-ch singing fav-
orite; comedians Rogers and Mor-
ris; singing Lewis Sisters, and
Lenny Kent. M- C ; Versailles: M-
C. Samtii) Walsh, lovely s"-n er
Caryl Could, Elaine and Barry dan-
c ers.
According to com, etenl Polish
iiirces here. Hei uin Coering.
the Reich's econoi lies dictator, has
unleashed a can dgn "i confisca-
tion of i".....I fro i the local popula-
tion I'.r the benefit of Germany,
precipitating an acute food shortagi
among Poles and Jews- Bread and
potatoes li.ue become extremely
ran in western Poland, il was re- trenu c
prici- aii- i' i 'el
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Nazis Press Mass
Expulsion
Paris fVV'NS) Explusion of Jews
from the "protectorate," orginally
scheduled i" start February I, was
launchid lasl week, Inline the es-
tablished dealine (or Jewish emigra-
tion, according to reliable advices
reaching Czech official circles here.
Jews in the '"protectorate" had
ho| ed thai the date set for Jewish
expulsion might somehow be post-
poned, preparing meanwhile to mo-
boli/c all available necessities as a
precaution againsl epidemics and ex-
ported, and fooi
ins sk\-high.
A proclamation scoring "men
and nations who resort to war and
spurious theories to settle the r
conflicts" ami designating Febru-
ary 12th as National Hadassah
Education Day was made public
here today by the local chapter oi
Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Or-
ganization of America.
According to Mrs. Sam Simon-
hoff. president of the local chapter
the. Hadassah Education Day will
be celebrated during a regular
meeting taking place on February
12th at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Dorothy
Prick, education chairman, la in
charge of the meeting.
The program will feature an in
teresting film depxting adven-
tures and experiences of young
people under the care of Youth
Aliyah.
The proclamation which is being
circulated this week throughout
community centers, synagogues
and schools in 500 cities asks Ha-
dassah members to "reaffirm the-r
belief that knowledge and under
standing can be forceful guides to
living and action." It says further:
"We hope to bring to our mem-
bers and to their communities a re-
newed awareness of the necessity
for constructive education as an
PALESTINE ABSORBS
LAR6E NUMBER]
New \ rk fWN'S)- V total
27.19.3 Jews entered Pah -' '' : '
of tin in between September 3 an
' i, -, mber 31. during 1939,
disclosed this week
Palestine Appeal.
A breakdown of the immigration
figures reveal- that during that year
Palestine absorbed more .lew- than
the quota for immigration into the
United States. It was stated als.
that 16.370 ot the immigrants came
in on certificates provided by the
Palestine Government to the Jewish
Agency for Palestine, and the bal-
ance, numbering 10.823. constituted
refugees who entered the country
without certificates.
As a warning i" the Jews thai
the expulsion would begin in can < -'
lewish shops in Cracow, in- on the first of the month, the <'.<-
,, ni i selling food, were tapo l< aded several hundred Jews
., ; b} Gestapo agents and theii o" two cattle trains and transported
i arrested for 'speculation." them to an unknown destinal
Si ation and i l s. it is be- the reporl said.
Iie\cd here arc inevitable bj S| Innformation reaching here si
al a reks confirm* '1 n ports that
tin notorious Gestapo leader Klein.
in1111.'<' .- ..--
low -i was j- f 7 LI v' '' r n's brutal treatment ol
by the L'niteil t,mOaSSy UnaOlC i,u, during th.-ir forced deporta-
To Issue Visas
approach to the problems and com-
plexites of American and Jewish
life
"We believe that this can be
dune through an examination of
the rich cultural heritage of the
Jewish people; through a survey
of its position in Europe.
Mrs. Joseph Williamson, char-
man of local Youth Aliyah. se-
ccured the film.
Kew York (WNS).The Ameri-
can Embassy in Moscow is not au-
thorized t" issue immigration visas
and .lews wishing to immigrate t.
tion to Lublin from Kazi-occupici
Polish cities, had been transferred
in Prague to effect the mass expul-
sion ni "o.txKi Jews from the "pro-
tectorate" starting February i In
preparation for the mass expulsion.
the Gestapo leader ordered all Jews
.III.) .VCTO ..^.i...(, .<----------r-------- -
the United States from Soviet-oc.cu- in Bohemia-Moravia to submit dc-
pied Poland must obtain visa- ..' an
American Consular Ot'ficc in some
other country, according to infor-
mation of Polish Jews in America
this week.
The Federation queried the State
Department after it had received
numerous requests ir.mi American
lews and Gentili who have rc-la-
tailed lists of their belongings.
These orders were issued orally to
leaders of Jewish communities, who
in turn conveyed them verbally to
individual Jews, with use of mail
and telephone for this purpose pro-
hibited.
It was further disclosed that de-
-; it( the Nazi ultimatum to Jews
lives in the parts ol Poland occu- to emigrate by February 1, nurses
pied bj ilu Ki.l Army. Although and chemists were beinf prevented
[ ..,- are not now being issu d at 'from leaving.
Warsaw, the Federation was in-1 Meanwhile, mobilization "f Jew-
formed that the American Consul ish physicians in Berlin i; expected
will resume issuing visas at the car- because of a shortage of medical
liest possible date. | staff members,

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PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, mo


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* SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor

LEAVES FOR
HOME
Mrs. I lick Gabbe left Tliurs laj
after :i li n daj -' \ -it with her sis-
ter in law and brother in law, Mr.
and Mrs. Henrj Gabbe. i i join her
husband who i- manager and o\v-
er of Will Osbornc's hand, in Cali-
nia,

ANNUAL TEA
TO BE HELD
I'he annual M< ithers and I '
ter 11> and t( a spotisi >red
bj the l.adie- V.. Jew-
. liureau will be held
bruan 19th.
Kvan Hotel. M
sented and nts er\cd.
Further blished in
next week's issue-

ENTERTAINS
AT DINNER
and Mr- S I Idstroni en-
id al a dinner \\ ednesday
_ at the Royal Palm Hotel
M r, I lenrj Monsky, na-
tional f B'nai B'rith,
and hi wife Vni >ng the
Abbott,
icob H. Ka| in. Mr.
Mrs. Stanley <.'. My< rs. I
i irsch M e> cr, I >r. and Mrs.
1 rel :. Mr. and
Mrs 1 'if. Si ne. Mrs. k ie Si
1 r. Mr. and Mr-. Isaac Levin,
Ir. .md Mr-. 1^., Eisenstein. Mr.
\ilierl ['allot and Mr. Abe
A :. ivitl.
MUS. M IRIAN HI \NK Mi\><\
assistant chairman of the "Might
ni Siurs" of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau,
WOLPERT'S
FURNITURE!
BARGAINS!
We Refuse To Be Undersold"
155 W. FLAGLER ST,
PHONE 3-4132
VISITS
HERE
Mr-. \l N'cidman .>i \\ u ^
tiny in Miami a- the holl-c
uu< -; M rs. Ji nnii \< ii.>rt.

RECEPTION
GIVEN
l-ol|i>\\ lljj tin ;. SI
\\ i Ini *daj i [Kap-
lan Hall onoring Mr. Henry Mon-
skj. natii I res i Sin Jem
Lodge, a reception was tendered t<.
Mr. and Mr-. Monsk) l>> the La-
dies Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith who
were assited by tlu- Lodge.
Greeting >iie-i- in the Temple pro-
per were Mesdames J. Rot fort,
Frank Corel. Chas- Beckwitt, Benj.
I.c Vine. Sam. Blank, Meyer
Schwartz. Beulali B. Godwin and
Irwin Siegal. and receiving in Kap-
lan Hall were Mrs. Frieda Godwin,
hospitality chairman, assisted by
Mesdames Isaac Levin, Sol <",.>ld-
strom. Max Steuer, Sam Weissel.
Harry Mark,.wit/. Maurice Gross-
man. .1. A. Engler and Sol Weinkle.
ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION
-.320 N. E. FIRST STREET
Catering to the-Discriminating since 1925
COLUMBUS HOTEL PHONE 2-8471
ORANGE BOWL
Grand Opening Friday Night 8:30 P. M.A Limited Series of
OPERETTAS UNDER THE STARS
Th l'ir-t Offering for one Week of 7 Nights Including Sunday
EVERETT MARSHALL
IN THE MUSICAL HIT OF THE AGES
BLOS SOM
In charge of table deo ration- were
Mesdames I.Ir> Stone, Adolph
W'ertheimcr and Ida Optner ami
serving tea were Mesdames S.
Weinbery, .1. A. Herman, Milton
Sa-lau. Geo. Goldberg, Harn Orlin
and Sidncj Stepkin. Centircd as
the ma'n piece on tin- table was a
bilge cake, an exact replica of a
telegram with a message to the
guest of honor.

CARD PARTY
TO BE HELD
'I lie I'iollci r \\ i i ,i/a-
I ;:"ii of Gn ater M ami will -
'a Card part} for tic Ik 111 fil
Chaltit/alis in Palest ni Sunday
evening March 3rd In chai
lr. Henrj
Scitlin. Mrs. I'. Shubow. Mr-. \
I'reedman, Mr-. \. Tagerl and Mrs,
K- \\ i-lmi r. Further del.id- will
lie published in next we< U'- issue.
I'lie organization held a card
part} I in-day evening at the home
"i Mr-. Sarah Abrahams for tin
benefit of the n Fut i i Pali stini
\'arious card games were played
md refreshments were served,
* *
SPINOZA LECTURES
CONTINUE
Mr. Law relict V S li chter i i
New York addie--ed ili(- Spinoza
!a-l Satttrd 1} ail' n.....n on
racy and Keligii in. I >i en dis.
cussiitn I illowcd the lecture This
Saturdaj the Spinoza Group will
meet a- usual on the lan. .,i 1059
Ci .li ii- \\ e \l iami Beach. I'r >f< -
-r William I-.. McMaster. of the
Miami University will speak on
"Reading Scripture a- Literature:"
All are weenie to attend. The lec-
ture -tarts at .i M) P.M. Before
3:30 I'M. the Group listens in to
tlie Opera broadcast. Central dis-
cu-^i. .ii follows the lecture.

BEACH MIRZACHI
TO MEET
In honor of the arrival of Rabbi
I. Silver, president of the Union
of Orthodox Rabbis of the United
State- and Canada, Rabbi Ephraim
Epstein and Rabbi M- Kalmanowitz.
president of the Mirrer Yeshiva. the
Miami Beach Mizrachi will hold
their regular meeting jointly with
the Ladies 1 >i\ i-;: ing at 8:30 P.M. at the Beth Jacob
Synagogue, in the form of a recep-
tion. Dr, I!. He Koven will preside-
The guests of honor will deliver
bt i speeches. Mr-. R. IV. Sun-
delson-Stander, national vice presi-
dent of tin: Women's Branch of the
Mizrachi and Mr-. I i. Kamniei-
man, m< tuber of th, National Exe-
cutive of lie Mizrachi Women, will
I ad Ires* the audience. Includ-
ed ..n the program will be Cantor
Avremel Amsel, 12 year ..hi cantor,
win. will sing several selections. He
will he accompanied by hi- managet
Mr. E- Lifshutz and his father Rab-
bi X Amsel. Refreshments will be
served. All members, friends and
visitors are cordially invited to jit-
tend. There is no admission charge.
TIME
ON A SPECIALLY BUILT.
WORLD'S LARGEST STAGE
i
... J^.?" A"'S,ar NeW York Cm* of lr,. Including
KLB^ MERCER. NANCY McCORD and ROBERT SHAFER
Added AttractionTHE FOKINE BALLET
PRICES: 25c, 50c, 77c and $1.00 Plus Tax
SKATS NOW SELLING at Room 22, McAllister Arcade Phone
2-4198. Also at Gate 5 Orange Bowl and Union Bus Station
538 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach .
MU\/\ ISLE

. W. 25TH AVE. AT 16TH IT.
ALLIGATOR
WRESTLING
HOURLY
ADMISSION 25.
DNEDF FLORIDA'S
Onhlatuhnq QfiiacTtwi
SOPHIE TUCKER
liairlad} of thi N- i : Stars
sponsored by the Jewish Wclfan
Bureau, who will again appear .it
this \ eat'- alfair.
BRIDGE
TO BE GIVEN
Mr-. II. K,.i. i-k\ will entertain at
a inah jong and bridge part} al her
home. I > i2 I ollins Vvenue, Miami
Beaeh, for the Women"- Dhision of
the \lllrliiail Jewish Congress, Moll-
da) afternoon. Keliriiarj 26th, at I
m.iil- served. \ll mm-iii!>- ~ and
o clock. The proceeds of thi- affair
will In- given lo the National Refugee
Home in Ocala. Florida. Manx card
games will In- played and refresh-
friendi arc cordially Invited to at-
tend.
>l i ( I MISS TO
ILLNESS
Flyman tpte, o.">. of 688 N. W. loth
St.. suerumbed Friday in a Miami ho-.
pilal after u Imiv illness. Mr. \p|e
came lo Miumi li year- ago from
N.u York City and was a retired
produce merchant. He was a life
member and one of the organisers
of the V. M. II. A. He leaves hi- wife.
Esther, two -on-. Jack uml Murray,
daughter, Mr-. Ilnih Franks, ami -ev-
en grandchildren. Funeral services
were iiiiiiliii'teil Monila> from the V.
M II. K. auditorium with Rabbi Abra-
ham K.dim i officiating. Active pall-
In. in were life III. lull, |. of the Y,
M. II. V. and the board were hoii-
orar) pallbearers. Inlermenl followed
in tin- Jewish section of \\.....Ilavtn
< cmelery.
TO UK li\U
MIT/Ml
I he liar lllitzvall of Mian l.eruv
Rhoades. -on of Mr. and Mrs. J. \.
Rhoades ..I 1510 Drexel \m-.. Miami
Beach, will lie held Saturda) inorii-
in. Sunda) evening Mian will Ik-
honored at a dinner b) hi- parent-.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
i
LISTEN HERE
Those New York newspaper editors who last week featured
big front page stories about the Nazi plan to enslave Britain are
hereby reminded that detailed documentary evidence of this and
other items on the Hitler program was offered them over a year
ago by T. H. Tetess, Aryan German journalist, and was rejected
as too sensational to be true That radio station broadcast
ing or. behalf of the German Freedom Party doesn't function on
German soil at all, but probably operates from England, says De-
vere Allen's Nofrontier News Service The belly-pinched
populace of Naziland would be interested to kr.ow but
won't learn, as their cessor doesn't allow our effusions into their
country that the leaders who are egging them on to Der Tan
;ire keepivp, up their own morale with specially imported caviar
and other del^acies flown in by plane Hitler is -o great a
lo'.er of art that he senl his favorite painter. Professor Ernst
Vollbehr. over burning Warsaw in an airplane to pn'.nt tlic scene
s.i first hand while the Polish capital was being smashed to bits
by Nazi incendiary bombs .
THIS AND THAT
I; 'Ojulw ii> elitiu thai I >' ; !- : :>.il'
] complaints ahonl tin- Metropolitan'* now Wti'tneriaii eni due
lor, Erich insdorf, i> iluil she wants In >_:' the Xlel ;< ton in-
to 'in' hand* ui' iinothi r coiidiictor, who happens to I"
orite.......Wo hope you realize ili,it soi.....if those million-dollav
diamond iieeklaees worn i>\ soeiolv iiuitrons at swank functions
d'fii'l belong to the ladii's at all. Imt arc lent to them for
the occasion In tin- De Beers Company, the Smith African dia-
mond syndicate which belongs to the Oppcnheiiner family and
which uses this means to advertise its products Ainon^ r,
cent recruits to join the fabulous Foreign Legion of France is
American newspaperman Tommy Lehman Next time yon
hear tin coroner in a movie thriller annoui..... in solemn tones
'hat the victim has been poisoned with pyroxygeiiicine" or
something of the sort don't rush in the drug store t<> ask for
that chemical to send i<> Hitler in a chocolate liar All the
fancy names used for lethal toxins in the films are phonies
thought up by Dr. Leo M. Rchtilman, whose job it is to create
plausible-sounding words of that sort Did you know thai
Tanganyika, the East African territory which has been suggested
as a place of refuge for persecuted European Jews, had a Jewish
population totaling 10 (yes. we mean a minyan) at the last
census? .
WERE TELLING YOU
It's true that the G-men have their F B-eye on additional
' 'Christian Fronters,'' but don't be misled by the rumors of the
big clean-up scheduled to take place in a Midwestern citv famous
for a radio cleric It's a municipal political scandal that is
engaging the attention of the Federal sleuths We hope you
didn't miss Louis B. Davidson's and Frederick L. Collins' article
in last week's Liberty Magazine, blasting the vicious myth of a
"Jewish world conspiracy" The national dance of the
Nazis, according to a current gag, is the Heiland Fling And
Times Square's latest word for the would be swistika-importers
"crackpatriots" Winchell's Girl Friday passes on a rumor
that Hitler's mansion has one room the wall of which is crowded
with shoe-horns Probably symbolic of Adolf's attempt to
raise Naziland bv its ersatz bootstraps to that place in the sun.
INFORMATION PLAYS
Things we knew but had forgotten, but of which the new l*i i
\ersal Jewish Encyclopedia being published in New York has re
minded us, include I he followuiu That the swastika was
used l>v the Semites thousands of years before Hitler was born
(if yon "ant to check on that, just look at an Aleph) That
Lndn ig Mond. father of the first Lord Melchett. was the founder
of ammonia soda manufacture in England, and invented methods
of extracting metals from their ores That all the achieve-
ments in radio go back to the discovery of the Hertzian waves by
the non-Aryan German Heinrich Hertz That the non-Aryan
Kail Arnstein was chief engineer in the Zeppelin works of Ger-
many, and in 1924 piloted the first Zeppelin from Europe to
America across the Atlantic That William Hersehel. a (iei-
man Jewish musician who emigrated to England, was the discov-
erer of Uranus, the first planet to be found by use of the tele-
scope And that the French New School of Art must be con-
sidered non-Aryan, one of its fathers having been Camille Pis-
saro, a Jew .
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1540 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBIT RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
Between The Lin
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By Lester K. Stein
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45
m.
Friday evening services, 5:30
m.
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
Maariv: 20 minutes past sun.-et.
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most cord ..I ami heart) welconii
i- i xtended lii all.
REFUO SHLEMO
We are hoping for the specdj re-
covery nf a distinguished visitor in
our midst who is recovering from
,i serous illness In Victoria Hospi-
lal Kabbi Kichenstein from Chicago
who i* a scion of a most illustrious
Chassidic Families has come for his
l.iahli ami a severe attack confined
him to the Hospital.
HABANOTH HAPPENINGS
The Habanoth Club> are prepar-
ing for their annual music and song
festival which w II lake place Sun-
day. March 3rd, and continue all
day. The Festival will commence
tin Sunday School and continue in
the afternoon over the air and will
be concluded in the Synagogue in
tin- evening
HABANON1M
The Habonini Club is making
considerable progress and they are
glad in repori of a most successful
Picnic held last Sunday in Pan
American Park, i >ur thanks an
due I i peopli ed
li rabrt to make ttr outii
real success. M i -
In Iped ncli 'li transpi .rt il m and
XI rs. Klliol Kai ei Ik. Hai r>
l.eibi i\;: / and \l i
w bo led tin bi \ in llii
practices and songs. Meetings arc
held every Thursday at 3:30 I'M.
in the Synagogue and morning serv.
ices are held each Sunday momillu
in our Synagomie-
PATH OF SORROWS
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hci lack \pti
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1940
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WELCOME B'NAI B'RITH
It is indeed a pleasure to welcome to Florida in general
and to Greater .Miami in particular, the Hon. Henry I.. Monsky,
head of the B'nai B'rith, liis fellow officers and members of
the Executive Board of the Supreme Lodge of the Order.
\\ ith a record of more than 96 years of continuous, tire-
less and devoted work to the cause of Jewry throughout the
world, B'nai B'rith has placed itself in the forefront of Jew-
ish work today.
We in Greater Miami have seen and realize what the B'nai
B'rith has done. What great progress it has made towards the
unification of our Jewish community. The accomplishments of
the Anti-Defamation work, Student Union and A.Z.A. activi-
ties. B'nai B'rith as in the words of president Henry Monsky
has definitely proven itself a "service"' organization unlimited
as to field and scope. Aid to refugees and helping in the rc-
Imilding of Zionism are but a small part of B'nai B'rith's world
of education, youth welfare, good-will Americanism and social
service. All B'nai B'rith desires as in return that its members
and all fellow-Jews return the kindness of the order by doing
their bit towards their fellow man.
In times as these and facing probably the greatest crisis
in the history of Jewry we are truly blessed to have B'nai
B'rith.
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B'NAI B'RITH
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NOTES
bv Harold Turk.
It will be the policy of this col-
umn to have members of the B'nai
B'rith, who are Chairman of Com-
mittees or particularly active in
some branch of B'nai B'rith activi-
ties, to write and inform the mem-
bership through this medium about
such activities.
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A SNAPSHOT OF A. Z. A.
(Jr. B'nai B'rith'
By Milton A. Friedman
Niat'l. Ileputy of A-Z-A.
State B'nai B'rith Chairman of
A.Z.A.
District B'nai B'rith Committee-
man for A.Z.A.
A column is so short a space
within which to even touch upon so
comprehensive and fascinating a

-tib.net a- A.Z. V Without a doubt,
it i> the finesl and most outstanding
Jewish, male youth organization in
the world today. In IS years it has
grown from one chapter to over 300
with an active and alumni member-
ship of 16 to 18000. From ages IS
to 21. from high school and college
Students, from working boys, from
ever) division of Jewish life come
these leaders of tomorrow.
Where else but in A.Z.A. can be
found the outlet for every hoys' de.
sires. Under the Boris I). Bogen
five fold and full program no matter
what one's hobby or field of en-
deavor the answer is a ready one.
Culture, social service, athletics, to-
cialsi religioneach is a definite
part of the A.Z.A. curriculum.
Culturally, a monthly program is
supplied by the Supreme Advisory
Council, a national newspaper comes
out twice a month and a literary
issue several times a year. English
and Hebrew essay contests ai*e held.
Debating and oratory hold a high
place in the A.Z.A. ideology. Local
chapters have their own newspapers
and regular cultural meetings fea-
turing lectures and open forums-
In the field of social service the
A X A. boys aid in Federation and
Communnity Chest drives, sponsor
boy scout troop-, hold picnic- for
orphans and under privileged chil-
dren, give baskets of food on
Thanksgiving, Chanukah. Passover
and other it lain-
il i -. d induct Parents I 'ay and
Yi -11:11 and I >cnn icracy pr<
sponsor financial affairs in bchali
.Hi aliyah and other similar
worth while causes
kcl ush tii 1> lys conduct Fri-
lay n ghi sen ices in vari 'ii- s) na-
i Many chapters constitute
he choirs for th< ir > n i >gu< A
..1 Sabbath obsei \ anc< is held
Itanci ittsly by all chapters.
Realizing t' i old adagt ab '"t all
vork and no play the social and
ithlctic phases are stressed a'-
The fields of i ndeavor ngaged in
b) the A-Z. V boys know no bounds.
\ii i. ii.il. district and national
tournaments art annually conducted
wherein contests arc held in debat-
ing, orator) and athletics.
Behind tin entire makeup f V-
/. \ and ii- piimary function in
the Jewish and general community
i- charactei building. Molding Jew-
ish young men for future participa-
te 'ii in adult I. munal life.
In line with this it cannot be stress,
ed li ii i stn n. I) f ir B'nai B'rith
iiici bers and tin entire
to attend the forthcoming Youth
and I kmocracy program being
r< d by tin A.Z. V chaj ters.
hi Mi:- :!. such
died men as
Rc\ I nek F.vans and I Ii m. Mark
'.' by the
Beach chapters-
(Ithi r j i mtli groups such as the 1 li-
Y I)e Molay. and ? ns and Daugh-
ters ol the Ann ri>.in Legion have
signified their intention- to coop-
crate. This outstanding affair is
open to the public gratis and will
be held February 21-t at 8:00 P.M.
at Miami Senior High School-
Would that I could continue this
dissertati.......i A.Z.A. but the edit-
or inform- me 1 have completed a
columnar space- I trust 1 will be
given the privilege again in the near
future to add to the above.
COUNCIL NEWS
I he regular weekly Forum spon-
sored by the Miami Section Nation.
al Council of Jewish Women will be
held Friday afternoon al 2 P.M. at
he F.vans Hotel. Miami Beach. The
guesi speaker of the afternoon will
be Dr. Edward Clark of the Uni-
versity of Miami, renowned lectur-
er, who-,- subject will be "Franz
Schubert". The program will in-
clude musical renditions by Evelyn
Raff, vocalist and Erna Pereiro,
pianist who will interpret several of
Schubert's -elections.
The study course will be con tin-
used with Mr-. I.M. Wieinstein giv-
ing a discourse on Ben Hecht: The
rediscovery of the Artist. Admis-
sion charged will be twenty-five
cents per person. All members and
friends are cordially invited to at-
tend-
INSTITUTE TO
BE FORMED
The Miami Section of the National
Council of Jewish Women will he
hostess to Miss Dora Tannenhaum, na-
tional firld secretary, the week of
April 15th for a three day Institute,
the theme of which is "(Council Pre-
sents its Program." Mrs. Benjamin
I.e Vine, president, advises that this
Institute will he of such nature that
every American Jewish and non-Jew-
ish woman -hould be proud to attend
Committee- in charge and the pro-
cram will he announced at a later
date.
IN MEMOR1AM
\\ > mi v.rw the loss of the late
K (I1 i. Honorary Life
Member, who died last Friday af-
toi noon.
'I'.ip", as he was affecth natel) |
called by those who knew him, was
the first honorary life meinbi r ol
the Y.M.II V Hi- de\oti,.n and
loyally 1 i the "V" and it- principles
is something for all of us to take
bead and follow.
.Tin- funeral was held at the i
"ii Monday morning and was at-
tended b) the outstanding Jewish
!. .nli rs in the communit). The ac-
tive pallbearers were members ol
the Governors' Club- Members of
the Board of I )ircctors acted-as hon-
orary pallbc an rs-
To the famil) of the late "Top"
Apte \\ < h) and
ci nidi il< m < n this iheii In ur i -i |
bereavement.
BUILDING IMPROVEMENT
COMMITTEE
A v er) enthusiastic inccl
In Buildin Improvement C immit.
tee was held al tin "Y" on I in --
ilaj ni. lit- This i.r iup hi ad< d b)
Gem \\ rt. Bill SI tyiic. Har.
ry Schwartz. \\ Pallot. Herman
Henry I labbc. and the '
Kxcculive Director made definite
tin entiie building '
including the athletic field. At this
time the plan- and -pee fications
are being prepared and we h"pe in
the next succeeding week- to have
a complete outline of improvements
that we intend to make.
HOME CAMP
It may be somewhat premature to
speak of our Home Camp which is
conducted in the summer time,
however, the Executive I'rector an-
nounces that lie has received many
application, for Camp Director and
Head Counsellor. We wish at this
time, to advise that every applica-
tion will be given serious thought
and all those interested arc asked
to submit their application in writ-
ing to Mr. Grossman.
BROTHERHOOD WEEK
The week of February 18-25th has
been -it a-ide as Brotherhood week
by the National Association of
Jews and Christians, l.a-t year
the Y.M.II.A. was one of the first
institutions in the south to celebrate
this great event. On February 25th.
the Y.M.H-A. will celebrate Bro-
therhood Week with a gala pro-
gram.
Watch these columns next week
for complete details.
"Y" CAGERS TIE FOR LEAD
Standing of the Ea.t Coast League
Won Lost
Y.M.II.A- 4 2
Y.M.CA............. 4 2
Close ... 4 2
Ruitys .... ....... 3 3
Cunningham .2 4
Freshmann (U. of M.) 2 4
10 LEADING SCORERS
Mush Green, YM.H.A24 18 66
Barrow, Rustys
(Homestead) ... 24 5 S3
Hunt (Close Beauty
Shop) .... ........ ,,_ 17 19 53
F. Langford,
Cunningham ......... 16 7 39
Ruggles. Triangles........... 17 3 37
Kces. Freshman ..... 13 11 37
Jack Rosen. Y.M.H.A. 11 11 33
Gainnini, Triangles. ... 11 10 32
Bogart. Freshman 13 6 32
M. I.ubcl. Triangles....._. 11 9 31
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
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NEWS AROUND THHE TOWN
Good luck to Rudy Adler and the
Jewish Welfare Bureau with their
6th Annual N'ight of Star- Show.
come Monday, Februar) 19th, at
the Olympia Theatre All mem-
bers and friend* of the "Y" are
urged to register in their respective
precinct- now W ith the accept-
ed resignations of Alvin Grossman.
Vice President and Leon Lieber-
man. Secretary, the Y.M.II.A. sen-
ior- will hold a special meeting
Wednesday, Feb. 14th. at the Club-
rooms. I r B .ird members ....
Hats on p. Henry Gabbe who has
voluntl i r< il ti -n; rv isc any and all
improvements to be made on the
Athletic Field and "Y" property.
VALENTINE CARD AND
BINGO PARTY
The YAV.II \. will celebrate Val.
inline- I lay with a card party and
at the "Y" Chile
l' sday, February 14th at 8:30
o'clock. \dmissii in i- fifty ci ni i
and there will he r< freshments for
all. Mall Jong, poker, bridge, and
bingo will bi ; layed. Mrs Beverly
Gt sstiian is chairman of this af-
fair. Everyone is invited, so why
not make up a table and come join
the crowd at tin "Y" February
13th.
OPERA FEATURES
"BLOSSOM TIME"
Three of the most successful mu-
sical productions of all time have
been chosen as the opening attrac-
tions of the new Miami Municipal
Opera Company's season, to be
known as "Opera Under the
Stars," and to be presented at the
Miami Orange Bowl. They are Sig-
mund Romberg's perennially pop-
ular "Blossom Time," based on the
life and music of Fran! Schubert;
"Rose Marie," Rudolf Friml's me-
lodious operetta of the Northwest;
and another Film] masterpiece.
"Firefly."
The new venture, the first of its
kind in Miami, will be launched on
Friday, February 9, with a gala
presentation of "Blossom Time."
The finest singing and dancing
talent available has been assem-
bled by the Municipal Opera Com-
pany for this initial offering, as
well as for those that are to fol-
low. Because of the magnitude of
the stage of the Orange Bowl, said
to be the largest in the world, an
elaborate production is being read-
ied by the production staff for the
premiere.
The cast of "Blossom Time" is
equally well known to patrons of
grand opera as well as light opera.
From the Metropolitan Opera
House came Everett Marshall sev-
eral years ago to achieve new
laurels on Broadway as a baritone
of notable talent. Mr. Marshall
will sing the role of Franz Schu-
bert in "Blossom Time" when it
is heard here next Friday- Besides
his many Broadway successes, he
has starred in motion picture mu-
sicale, and has headl ned several
radio programs. He 'introduced
and made famous the popular bal-
lad, "That's Why Darkies Were
Born."
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
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SOCIETY
MIAMI
RESIDENT DIES
Phillip \u*ntinc, 56. ..f 150 S. E.
lili St.. resident here for In years v.m\
Miami avenue mereiuuiL. Ii-I Wetlnes*
da) after a brief illness. He wae a
member of Malii Temple, Miami Mrr-
rhints issoeiation ami Hcili DavUI
Synagogue* He loavet tin* widow,
Mr*. Surah Augustine, one son, Hr.
Mux Augustine, of Miami, a litter,
Mrs, Annie Kat/. Atlanta. <.a., and a
.brother, Harry -\ugu-tine of Sara-ola.
Fla. Funtrel arrangement! were in
rharpr of the Miami Jewish Funeral
home.

BRIDGE
t.lYr.N
Mr-. M. Hudsam of New York en-
tertained at a lawn bridge party at
the Reverly Court Apartments Tues-
day afternoon with the proceed- gn-
iiii- towards the Yeshiva College. \a-
riotu cards were played and refresh-
ments served.

DIES
HERE
Mrs. MoIK Robinson, of 02 N. W.
13th Avenue, died at her home Fri-
day after a long illness. Mrs. RobuMOU
Wat a n-idiiil of Miami for I In- pat I
l'i yearn anil was aetive in Jewish
W.lfan work and president of the
Relh David Sisterl......I. She leaves
her husband, V. illiam. one daughter.
Mr-. I stelle June-. |wo sons. Henr)
ami Seymour, and three grandrhildren.
Funeral iervires were rondueted at
the Beth David auditorium b) Ralibi
Max Shapiro and interment fnllimril
in the WihhIIumii Cemetery.
\ IS ITS
HERE
Ruth I... 1111.111. singer of Jewish and
Hi In.w -1IIU-. i.- visiting in Miami
at 116 S. E. 3rd St.. where she will
remain for several weeks.
LECTURE TO
BE GIVEN
Reuben I ink. New York publicist
and social worker, will address tin-
Jew i-h Cultural Society Monday eve-
ning. February 12th at 8:15 o'clock at
the Democratic Mall. Miami Beach, on
the subject, "The Imminence of Peace
in Europe." Oeneral discussion will
follow the lecture. Admission is free.
The pulilir i- invited to attend.

MIAMI BEACH
RESIDENT SUCCUMBS
1 uneral services were conducted
Thursdaj by the Beth David Syna-
gogue li> Rahlii Moses Meseheloff for
The Wonder Child of the Age
Cantor
"AVREMELE"
Will Give
Grand Benefit Concert
for the
Yeshivah Torah Umloehali
Of w bleb his father Rabhi Isaac A nisei is I.mini, i anil leader
at Beth Jacob Synogogue
Sunday Evening, Feb. 11 at 7;30 Admission .50
Benjamin Silvermun. 67. resident of
Miami I!, arh for in years. He i- -ur-
vi\ed li> hi- widow, Fannie, one son,
i\... daughters, three brothers and two
-i-tri-. Interment look place in tin-
\\ oodlawn < leinetery.
KABBIS HERE FOR
YESHIVOTH APPEAL
\ delegation of famous Rahhis eon-
nisting <>f Rabbi E. Silver of Cin-
rinnati, chairman of the Emergency
Committee for War-Torn Yeshixoth,
K.ilil.i Kphraim Epstein of Chicago,
and Rahhi Abraham Kalmanowitz,
President <>f Mirer Yeshivot who ar-
rived last week from Europe, rame to
Florida for the purpose of raising
fund- for the War-Torn Yeshivoth.
\ special drive to rescue the Ycshi-
VOth of Poland, that found temporary
refuge in Lithuania, was proclaimed
by the I mi..h of Orthodox Rahhis
several month- ago. The campaign
has been going on sincefully all
over the United State-.
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31 S. W. First St. Ph. 2-7233
MRS. ID \ OPTNER
chairman / the two and three
dollar seats for the annual Jen -
fan II elfare Hun-tin's "Night <>/
Stars."
CANTOR "AVREMELE TO SING
VI BETH JACOB SUNDAY
NIGHT
1 ir "Avremele. the hoy won-
di r" who has won acclaim through-
oul the east as :i prodigy nhnzan
and singer (if folk songs will give
m concert at the Be'th Jacob Syna-
pogue, Sunday evening at seven,
for the benefit of the Yeshivah
T rah Umlochah of which Rabbi
I aac Amsel, father of the boy Is
founder and leader. At the ,crv
ieeh this evening the hoy will ren-
der several selections.
Wines of all Kinds
SOLD BY
H. M. Kasan
AT
Triangle Market
1 W N. W. Fifth Street
For Free Delivery
Phone 2-0618 2-2368
DETROIT
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07
Rome (WNS).In a speech t.>
Fascist youth broadcast over the
radio, Roberto Far in ace i. leading
Italian anti-Semite, member of the
Fascist Crand Council an 1 former
Fascist Party secretary, accused
Jewry of responsibility fnr all the
evils now besetting humanity. He
voiced the opinion that Italy's part-
nership with Germany on the Anti-
Semitic front was as strong as ever
AIR-CONDITIONED COACH
MIAMI TO DETROIT
FLORIDA
SUNBEAM
The Short-cut to the North
Leave Miami Daily 7 P. M.
Low One Way loach Fares
From Miami
ATLANTA ...... $10.40
CHATTANOOGA .....12.50
CINCINNATI ......17.75
CLEVELAND.....24.07
COLUMBUS......20.5(5
DAYTON.......19.07
INDIANAPOLIS .....24.04
CHICAGO.......23.25
Plllowi for via In coochsi 23c
City Tick.I office 173 E. Flagler Street
Miami Phone 3-8391
T. W. Luck.ft, A. G. P. A.
SEABOARD RAILWAY
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM
dealers
dyers
"For those who w*nt
the best"
Quality Dry Cleaning
Fine Hand Laundry
Plant Phone 7-3216
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Own
Your Home?
There never wii a better time
than now to build one
The Liberal Financing Through
Federal Housing
Administration
Makes H Possible
Give me s call and I will madly
SUP. MUS -SVC JS
H. SIMONS
Care Ackerman Ins. Aflsney
1015 Seybold Bldg.
Phone Z-31S1
OJllv
\. Mlaaal e
Iletn .
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niftninip Park .......
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Little Hi' r
Mi..I. .ill
Miami Spring*
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
As required by Section 12, Chapter 5596, of the Acts of 1907, 1, or one
of in, .li'iiiilir. shall be at the following: places on the dutes net oppo-
site each for the purpose r receivina; Tux Heturns for the year 1940.
I also wlah to remind the Tiixpn>rra thnt It will be necessary to file
Ihelr applications for BOMBSTBAD BXBMPTION with the Stale and
loiinly and City In which the property In located each >rar between
i.inii.ii > 1st anil April int. or xnld exemption cannot be Kranted by aaid
Tax ii'-in- Therefore. e will reccite iipplicntionH while we are
n-ii i hi;- the precinclx. anil mil iiiini.li receipts which hould be ob-
talued or books cheeked prior to mretiiiK ef Hoard of FiiunlUntlon to
uncertain whether or not application has been allowed.
I i.i.iiikiI.i. Returns -in.nlii nlxo be filed by ill..-,- mi nun; -i-.-iiriilcs aad
who are learal rrxidentx of ihi- Slnlr; othrrwiiie they would he subject
lo the assessment of iln- office miller the provisions of the Intanicihle
Act of 1931.
Very Kespectfully,
J. N. LUMMUS. JR.
Assessor of Tnxex, bade County, Florida
Feb. 13, 1940 9:00 A.M. .School House
Feb. 13, 1940 10i00 A.M. Town Hull
Feb. 13. 1940 ll:O0 A.M. Post Office
Feb. 13, 1940 I"" P.M. Town Hull
. Feb. 13. 1940 2:00 P.M. Town Hall
Feb. 13, 1940 3:00 P.M. Turn Hull
Feb. IS. 1940 4:00 P.M. 425 K.B. 79th St.
i >i.....ley's item Estate office)
Feb. 14. 1940 9:00 A.M. Clt> Hull
Feb. II, 1940 10:00 A.M. l-i suite Bsnk
HuildlnK.
Feb. 14, 1940 11:00 A.M. Town Hall
Feb. 14, 1940 I :O0 P.M. W. B. Peach Real
I -i.iii Office.
Feb. 14, 1940 2:00 P.M. Sunny Isles Casino
Feb. 14, 1940 3:00 P.M. Golden Beach
Pavilion.
Feb. 14, 1940 10:00 A.M. Andrew Jaenson
Feb. II, 1940 School.
. Feb. 14, l'.im lltOO A.M. Miami F.dlson
Feb. 14, 1940 School.
Feb. 14, 1940 1:00 P.M. Corner Supply
Feb. 14, 1940 2:00 P.M. Melroae Properties
Feb. 15, 1940 Office.
Feb. 15. 1940 l:i"i P.M. City Hull.
Feb. 15. 1940 .1:00 P.M. City Hall
Feb. 13. 1940 9:00 A.M. Jones Grocery
Feb. 15. 1940 Store
Feb. 13. 1940 10:00 A.M. City Hall
Feb. 15, 1940 11:00 A.M. ilium llept. Store
Feb. 15. 1940 1:00 P.M. o'liulmi llru,
Feb. 15 ,1940 Store.
Feb. 15. 1940 2:00 P.M. City Rail
Feb. 16. 1940 9:00 A.M. Town Hall
Feb. 16. 1940 10:00 A.M. I. B. Dice Packing
Feb. 16. 1940 Honae.
Feb. 16, 1940 11:00 A.M. Barfleld's Store
Jan. 2. 1040 1:00 P.M. Goulds Supply. Iae.
April 1. 1940 3:00 P.M. Andrrson FillinK
Statloa.
10:0O A.M. J. B. Cash Store
11:00 A.M. Woraaa-a Club
1 1MI P.M. Town Hall
2:60 P.M. City Hall
8:00 V.M.
r>:O0 P.M. .113-516 Court
Houae
i >iki I in I. i
V W. 7th Air. and 95th SI.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. |940
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID J
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
i
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi497 Southwest 18th Road
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.
I-ite Friday evening ser
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior services Saturday 10:30
a. m.
Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p.
m.
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a.
U.
Bar-Mitzvah Croup, Sunday
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
This coming Friday evening,
Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct
the servio s, and Cantor I oui's
Hayman, accompanied by the Beth
David Choir, will chant the pray-
ers.
The month of February com-
memorates two great immortal
president*, Abraham Lincoln and
George Washing-ton. In view of
that commemoration, and in view
of the emphasis on religious lib-
erty in America made by these
two great Americans. Rabb:
Max Shapiro will discuss the sub-
ject; "IS THERE RELIGIOUS
LIBERTY?" The "Oneg Shabbos"
and social hour will take place in
the auditorium immediately after
(he services.
RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL
INSTITUTION
Junior Congregation: Harold
Shapiro, Albert Eskanazi and Her-
bert Glazeroff are in charge of the
Junior Services Saturday morning
at 10:30. these services are open
to adults as well as to juniors. We
wish to advise parents tfl take cog-
nizant of their duties and to bring
their children to these services
Saturday morning. A "Kiddush" is
given n the auditorium immedi-
ately afteer the benedicti >n under
the chairmanship of Mrs. i.. J.
Hartz.
_ Bar-Mitivah Group: The
Mitzvah" group mei I i verj Sun-
day morning from 9 to 10 under
ecti >n of [.on- Gai
of li' and over are eligible to at-
tend. The boys are taught the n
odiea for the different "Port on* "
of Law.'
Talmud-Torah: An invitation is
extended to the members and
friends of the Beth David Congre
gation to come and witness the
Classes Of OUr daily Hebrew S, li... !
where elementary and advanced
Hebrew "Chumosh" with "Rashi,
N'ivicm" til gion, Yiddish and
other subjects pertaining to He-
braic culture are taught.
Sunday School: Sunday School
programs during the assembly are
being prepared by bhe different
teachers of the faculty. Parents
and friends are asked to vis,! oui
Sunday School during the assem-
bly from 11:30 to 12.
ruaiy loth. Chaim Zalmen. father
of Mesdames A. Quadow, J. Fine
and li. Hanson. February 14th. Yis
roel Afrohom, father of H. A, Kis-
enstein, February 14th. Moshe, fa-
ther of Mrs. Charles Walder, Feb-
ruary 20th. Chaya, mother of
George Glazer, February 20th.
Avrohom, father of Blanche Selig-
man. February 21st. Pesel. mother
of Norman Rossman, February
22nd. Heishel. father of William
Friedman. February 24th. Frunia.
Necheh, mother of Mrs. Saul Grief,
mother of Mrs. Nathan Markow.tz,
February 25th. Yisroel Moshe. la-
ther of Charles Rosengarten, Feb-
ruary 26th. Yisroel, father of Lee
Alpert, February 20th. Mordechai.
father of Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Feb-
ruary 25th. Mordechai, father of
Wolf Blutstein. March 1st. Morde-
chai, son of Mrs. David Mayers.
March 3rd. Chaim, father of Mrs-
Hoffman. March 5th. Lieba, daugh-
ter of Mrs. Kate Markowitz.
March 6th. Sorah, in memory of
Sarah Afremow, March 10th.
AS DR. WEIZMANN ARRIVED IN U. S.
TO AID UNITED PALESTINE APPEAL
II l(\l W W \H.-M \N
lii ktt i hairman for the annual
"Cavalcade of Stars" giirn l>\ tin-
). V. II. I.
HOOK REVIEW
We indeed were very happy to
note the great interest shown by
so many who are interested ,n
books and who did come last Sun-
day morning to the first Book Re-
view given by Rabbi Max Shapiro
on Sholem Asch's, "The Nazar-
ene."
Through this column those who
are interested will be notified when
the next book review will take
place.
Greyhound
RACING
NIGHTLY
Post Time 8:15 p. ra.
* *
Admission 25 cents
*
Steam-heated Grandstand
Electric Odds Board
All Glass Starting Box
UJEXT FLflCLER
KEmiEI. CLUB
"NO< HEM AVAILI.M' '
Thee ci was gi
sho( ked to learn of the ui I
[: of a Past Presid
d, Mrs. M illy Rol
the ideals and principles foi
I shi i-o\ serve as i
l" I he family in their hour
of bi reavement. I!,!- soul wa
'I' ed a most n one. May she
rest desi ly in eternal pi ace.
CONGREGATIONAL DINNER
An elaborate Congregationa.
I> nner and program is beii g ar-
langed for our members and their
- this coming Sunday < v
at 6:30. It is the Congregation's
treal to its members. Those who
have not made their reservations
are asked to call Immediately
2 1 I7:i.
I'RK-I'l KIM BALL
The Beth David Sisterhood in
sponsor ng- its 24th Pre Purim Ball
has announced that this year this
gala affair will take place at the
Fleetwood Hotel, Miami Beach A
program of unusual talent will be
presented during the evening.
The highlight of the evening will
be a State Contest sponsored by
the Sisterhood and the state which
has the most patrons at the Pre-
Purm Ball will receive a note-
worthy recognition and a most val-
uable presentation.
YAHRZEITS
The following "Y'ahrzeiten" will
be observed during the month of
"Adar." The first "Anniversary
Candle" is to be lit the evening be
fore the English date mentioned,
and "Kadd.sh" begins that same
evening until *unset the day men-
tioned.
The names of the beloved ones
who are inscribed in the "Memorial
Book of Life" are mentioned from
the pulpit the Friday evening pre
ceding the "Y'ahrzeiten" wh ch are
observed the following week.
Yehudah Laeb, husband f Mrs.
Anna B. Greenberg, February 10th.
February 10th. Sorah Defoiah.
'"other of Edward Friedman, lei,
IN ORLANDO ITS THE
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(On the Ave:.ue)
Special Menu for Late Parties
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Chico-Chich Served at the
CURB ONLY
496 N. Orange Ave.
(At Amelia)
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THE JEWISH FLORID1AN
PAGE SF.VKN
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
J
| MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
625 Michigan Avnue
Tin.ne 5-1588
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
'Phone 5-2U13
c<
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
Schachriss : I lailj at 7 and H V.M
relay ;n ~i and 9 \ M.
Minnionain -: Sundaj .it 9 (XI \.
M followed by breakfast.
Mincha: Daily from 5:15 lo 5:45
)'\l ; Friday and Saturday at 5:30
I'.M.
Maarh : Daily al 6:20 P.M.: Sat-
al 6:4(1 P.M.
Shalosli S'oodoss: Saturday ;ii
-: 15 I'.M. Rabbii Mcsch< loff will
ak mi "The Portion of the
\\ 11 k".
FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM
"In Thy Name" will In the sub-
lliis Friday night's lecture
! Cabbi Mescheloff. Cantor Mam-
che* will Ka.l in the cnniinunal
The sen ice starts j imptlj :il
ft M) P.M. D I'-M
early i[or your scats.
'"The Tabernacle" will be ihe sub-
of the Rabbi's address dm
tin- Saturday morning services. Our
will chant the services.
RADIO HOUR
'he prodigy cantori Avremcle
V sel, will In- starred i in our i
m this Sunday al 3:00 I'.M over
n \\ K il I. Cantor Maurice
ches will also sing a nui
ippn ipi iate mel lies Th< sub-
l,. be cxpi winded by Rabbi
chelofl will be "Ideals". \\ ill
bi listening?
M1NNIONAIRE PROGRAMS
>ni- M inniona res hav c i labi >rat-
i 1 their Sunday morn inn minyanim
lo include a scrnionettc b) one ol
the boysi and a talk on "The Sid-
lur" by "in Rabbi at the breakfasl
table- Morris Selingood delivered
an inspiring talk last Sunday morn-
ing. The Rabbi explained the fun-
damentals of the composition and ,
origins of the Jewish "Prayer
Book."
Boys between the ages of 13 and
lv are welcome Sunday mornings at
9, .mil at their regular meetings
Wednesday night al 7:30
MIZRACHI RECEPTION
A most unusual meeting is prom-
CHILD GUIDANCE
By Joseph A. Barman
ised by the Miami Beach Mizrachi
.ii our synagogue tin- Saturday
night. Il will lake the form of a
reception for the renowned delega-
tion i.i Rabbis Silver, Fpstcin and
Kalmanaowitz. The child prodigy,
A\reniele Amscl, will present a mu-
sical concert. Refreshments will be
served after the meeting, (inly
adults will be admitted. No admis-
sion charge.
JR. & SR. HABANOTH
Our senior Habanoth group will
meet ai the in Monday
nigh) al H P.M. I liscu --i >n i if imi-
,iinl the nexl | i
III lake place. The jiinii >r 1
ili group will meet Thursdaj n ghl
it 7 M> P M. I., discuss and pass up-
on their new constitution. Girls
bi i w i in the ages of II and 17 arc
ile in i me i ir the i ither i >i these
two I labain .ill gr iiips.
YOUTH GROUPS
The A.Z-A. meets Sunday even-
ings at 7:30 P.M.
Our Boj Seoul Iroop meets Tues-
day nights al K:00 I'.M.
(lur Young hid. a chapter meets
Thursday al 00 P.M.
(lur Jim ir l'i' 'mi r \\.....en meet
Thursday al r> IK) P.M.
The Council of Jewish Juniors
,, i, other Tuesday night al
9 I P.M.
CONDOLENCE
< lur deepest sympathies an ex
tended to the bereaved family o{
the laic Mr. Silvcrman and his
many friends. One ol our pioneers.
Iii- loss leaves a gap in the ranks
of the founders of our community.
| May the All Merciful console the
bereaved-
TEMPLE ISRAEL
FINE SADDLE HORSES
Special Riding Instruction
Moonlight Rides
Riding from 7 A. M. to 3:30 P. M.
North Miami Riding Academy
LS575 N. E. 6th Ave. Phone 7-2022
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MAMMOTH FOOD STORES
Over 3,000 Items for Your Selection
2 STORES TO SERVE YOU
55th Street at Biscayne Blvd.1453 S W 8th Street
"WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE"
I The writer will be glad to ans-
wer any problem of his readers.
Write in Ii in in care of this paper).
Today I shall continue a discus
siim of behavior patterns by classi-
fication. I have selected for discus
sain four common unhealthy atti-
tudes. Seclusiveness" and "Ex
cess ve Day Dreaming" will be
discussed here, while "Inability to
Face Reality" and "Failure to De-
velop a state of Independence" will
be developed in next week's issue.
Seclusiveness, the tendency to
remain by ones self, to hold ones
self aloof from the group is one of
these. The seclus've person feels
shy. timid and fearful in a group
or when in contact with strangers.
In extreme cases, the individual
becomes a nermit in the fullest
, of the word. Tin. indiv dual
with a seclusive tendency should
force himself to seek the compan-
ionship of others. One of the best
ways to do this is by avoidance of
a narrow life and by becoming in-
terested in many activities and
sin h as sport, athletics, member-
ship ill clubs of various types and
development of hobbies and avoca-
tions. All siiih art vities tend to
bring us into friendly contact and
competition with our fellows and
instill in us the desire for BBSOcia-
t On w .lh others.
Excessive Day Dreaming is an-
other C minion mental attitude
which is unhealthy. A certain
amount of day dreaming is dune
by all of us. In small degree it is
not abnormal, bul the ind vidual
who resort- to day dreaming to
SUCh an extent that il takes time
and energy away from productive
effort and paralyzes initiative or
who indulge* in day dreaming
that is of a fantastic and bizarre
type is treading on dangerous
ground. This type of day dreaming
is detrimental to mental health.
Day dreaming results from our at-
tempt to project ourselves into an
imaginary situaton when we can
feel more secure and more power-
ful. It is actually an attempt to
escape reality and its distasteful
and threatening situations. Day
dreeaming and seclusiveness often
go hand in hand. The seclusive
person with no interests to oc-
cupy himself, unable to face reality
often resorts to day dreaming
through which he projects h niseif.
into an imaginary world where he
is all-powerful and where life con-
sists only of pleasant experiences.
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6!>96 Indian Creek Drive6-1265 630 N. K. 31st St.2-9548
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both Of the Rahlils will b in the Temple every morning.
You may eoisuit with them os matters concerning the Jewis commu-
nity, or yni- peisonal problems. Jon will be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in
strict confidence.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Ii,. not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."- Hillel.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Friday evening, February 9tli> at
8:15 I'.M.. Rabbi Colman A Zvv t-
ni.in will deliver I In sermon "The
I w il i .|" I 'lll'l" .-i ". TllC gUCSt
speaker n ill be M rs. I a\ id (irei
national chairman ol 'i ''
Aliyah and services will be conduct-
ed by Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan. A re-
ception lur members of the Congre-
gation and visitors "ill follow tile
services l-'ridaj evening under Tem-
ple Israel Sisterli.....I sponsorship.
SABBATH MORNING SERVICES
Saturday morning, February 10th,
ai II V.M.i sen ices will be con-
ducted by bulb Rabbis, with |
pation "i v.". .in ii mat >n class,
SISTERHOOD
Monday afternoon, February 12th.
at 1 I'.M. the Temple Israel Sis-
terhood will sponsor a mah jong.
bridge and game afternoon at the
Kenmore Hotel. 1050 Washington
Ave-. Miami Beach, given by Mis.
Ah in Czech who will be hostess i
the afternoon. Refreshments will
be served and prize- will be award-
ed- Reservations may be bad by
contacting Mrs. Czech or any of the
Sisterhood officers. Admission
charged will be fifty cents per per
si III.
MEN'S CLUB ORGANIZED
January 31st at Kaplan Hall, the
Temple Israel's Men's Club was or-
ganized with the objectives lo pro-
mote the spirit of comradeship and
good will in the Jewish community.
and create a spirit of Friendship
and helpfulness; to acquaint its
members with world, community
ami domestic affair-. Mr. B. \V.
Slote was electi d pi lent; I larold
B, Spact, firsl \ ice : residi nt; I 'r.
Albert I.. Rosenthal. second vi<
president; Mr. Stanley Hodes, trea-
surer. Mr. William Homa, secrc-
larj ; I >r. Vlberl Augustine. I >r.
Chas Beckwitt. Mr. Harry Boyell,
Mr. Gordon Davis. Mr. Harry Gor-
don, Mr. J. K Frccliug. Mr. Henry
Hohansi r. Mr. Kdward Israel, Mr.
G. Louis Mendel-..n. Mr. M- 1.-
Marcus. Mr, Myron M Newman,
Mr. Louis Snetman. Mr. Lester
Si in, I >r. S Cl arles WerbkJw and
M r. 1 lerman \\ n inker.
IN MEMOR1AM
"May the Father of I'eace send
1 r.ua i all who mourn, and com-
i. irl tin bei us."
At the erv ices this Fri laj e> i n-
o| the following
will be hallowed Yahrzeits, Jacob
Fleischer, father of Mrs. Louis
Snetman, Jay Lcboxit. husband of
Mrs. Tillie Liebovit. Cecile Rosen-
thai, mother of Mrs. Herman Wall.
Muriel Zwitman. mother of Rabbi
Zwitman and Nathan Zwitman.
May Adler and Jennie Hoffman.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. lott)
Junior Hadassah
Bv Elsie Kroner.feld
Jewish people among themselves ,
have asked the question "Why
have we survived as a ;:" a ~
long." Some have answered
'through persecution'- others -
through 'customs', still oth> is miv
through learning. Regardless of
what we individually think we al!
agree that learnir.g :s imports
Education broadens us and en-
larges our perspectiveit gives us
un founded as a Btudy group. Through
:- first finclines it felt the need t
enlarge its *oope. Therefore our
present Pali Study
-.he
Hadassah ] r ;;:'; e of i' -
--"". knowl-
Ig i ; lay
Jewish % women ui der the
are
leal and Ji
tory and present. So inv
ji rtant does Hadassah consider
this knowledge that it has
aside one day. February 14. as Na-
tional Hadassah Day. Throughout
the country on this day will be
held study group meetings, for-
ums, and panel di i. The
ma n questi >ns to be discussed will
be the probli rplexities
of American fl'".;. Jewish life.
Through this
ice and un that we
r.eed so very much today.
Our bridge last Wednesday nite.
February 7. was thought by all a
big success. We thank the differ-
ent Jewish merchants who donated
things to us.
G r'.s you all worked hard, and
Jeanr.ette and Hanna asked ua t>
.hark you. Now we will all ha\x to
work hard or show.
..it is February 27.
Our regular meeting will I
coming Monday night '
o'clock p. m. at the Beth David
Study Hall. We are going : have |
that very famous and grand pic-
ture '"Youth Aliyah." Be sure and
come ;.
they will enjoy t 1 ;: is a
chance : Bee
strengtl .th.
Biggest Jewish .Youth Recreational Program Attracts Thousands
Serving
Florida's Finest
American Jewish
Dinner
St. Regis
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446 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BECAH
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HERE IN BEH \l I 01 HEBREVk
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Dr. Simon Ginsberg, rhairnian >!
ihr Hebrew W rii.r- A.....'iation of
Palestine and secretary "f the Hebrew
P. E N. Club, i- in Miami for a brief
visit, for the purpose of amu-in; local
' interest in the furtheranee of Hebrew
Culture in Palestine ami throughout
the World. Dr. Ginsberg wai dele-
gated h> Palestinian J.r> to retab-
li-h here tin- Keren llartlmt iPales-
tine Hebrew Culture Fund' whose
purpo-e it i- to help the Hebrew Pub-
lication Society of Palestine* spon-
lored b> th- H.-hrew \\ rit-r'- \.....ia-
tion. and to haw them distributed to
W orld Jewry through the Brit \\ rit
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Cultural Organisations).
Due to ill.- Mar situation, many of
the 30 Hebrew writer- of Palestine are
in dire need, and tin- Palestine II. -
brew Culture Fund is railed upon to j
help them in thU emergency.
The loeal committee in Miami is
headed by Rabbi t.olman Zwitman,
prt-ident, Mr. Harry Simonhoff and
Mr. Sidney Seeall. viee presidents, Mr.
G. Pu-hkoff. treasurer, Mr-. D. Freed-
man. secretary, Mr. M. J. Koprlowitz,
I oni- Miller, Stanley Myers and Hairy
Sirkin. trustees, Mr-. S. H. Lntsky,
rhairnian women'- division and Mrs.
A. koreti-ky, \iee rhairnian.
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
meeting of the local llartabut meeting
at 1059 Collin* Ave.. Dr. Cinzberg
will -peak on "Status of Hebrew Cul-
ture." All sre welcome. Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman will preside.
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tournaments of Aleph Zadik Aleph. B'nai B'rith's
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are due to take partentered its second stage this
week with the completion of 28 sectional tourneys
for 337 chapters in 236 cities. The winners will
compete in seven district finals to determine the
participants in the national finals, which will be
held in connection with the 17th annual conven-
tion of A.Z.A. at Camp Manatoc, Akron, Ohio.
June 28th to July 5th.
The photo above to the left shows one of the 225
A.Z.A. orators who are competing for national
honors with orations on the "Bill of Rights" in
the I'nited States and on "Magna Carta" in
Canada.
The photo above right shows two of the 281
A.Z.A. basketball teams, representing nearly 2.000
players, battling for a sectional title in the largest
nationally directed Jewish youth sports program
in the country.
The lower photo shows two of the 212 A.Z.A.
debating teams who this year are debating the
subject "Resolved that there be a newly created
centralized functional agency in the United States
to deal with the preservation of Jewish rights,"
No similar competitions in the United States and
Canada compare in magnitude to this cultural
and athletic program for Jewish youth, which is
now in its 14th year. Over 200 cities have been
host to the A.Z.A. sectional and regional contests
since they were launched in 1925. The 19(0 dis-
trict finals will be held at Syracuse. N. Y.: Cin-
cinnati; Harrisburg. Pa.; Oakland, Calif.: Charles-
ton, S. C; Omaha, Neb.; and Shreveport, La.
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T PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. |940 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID J (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) i 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi—497 Southwest 18th Road 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. I-ite Friday evening ser Friday evening 8:15. Junior services Saturday 10:30 a. m. Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p. m. Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a. U. Bar-Mitzvah Croup, Sunday 9:00 a. m. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES This coming Friday evening, Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the servio s, and Cantor I oui's Hayman, accompanied by the Beth David Choir, will chant the prayers. The month of February commemorates two great immortal president*, Abraham Lincoln and George Washing-ton. In view of that commemoration, and in view of the emphasis on religious liberty in America made by these two great Americans. Rabb: Max Shapiro will discuss the subject; "IS THERE RELIGIOUS LIBERTY?" The "Oneg Shabbos" and social hour will take place in the auditorium immediately after (he services. RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTION Junior Congregation: Harold Shapiro, Albert Eskanazi and Herbert Glazeroff are in charge of the Junior Services Saturday morning at 10:30. these services are open to adults as well as to juniors. We wish to advise parents tfl take cognizant of their duties and to bring their children to these services Saturday morning. A "Kiddush" is given n the auditorium immediately afteer the benedicti >n under the chairmanship of Mrs. i.. J. Hartz. Bar-Mitivah Group: The Mitzvah" group mei I i verj Sunday morning from 9 to 10 under ecti >n of [.onGai of li' and over are eligible to attend. The boys are taught the n odiea for the different "Port on* of Law.' Talmud-Torah: An invitation is extended to the members and friends of the Beth David Congre gation to come and witness the Classes Of OUr daily Hebrew S, li... where elementary and advanced Hebrew "Chumosh" with "Rashi, N'ivicm" til gion, Yiddish and other subjects pertaining to Hebraic culture are taught. Sunday School: Sunday School programs during the assembly are being prepared by bhe different teachers of the faculty. Parents and friends are asked to vis,! oui Sunday School during the assembly from 11:30 to 12. ruaiy loth. Chaim Zalmen. father of Mesdames A. Quadow, J. Fine and li. Hanson. February 14th. Yis roel Afrohom, father of H. A, Kisenstein, February 14th. Moshe, father of Mrs. Charles Walder, February 20th. Chaya, mother of George Glazer, February 20th. Avrohom, father of Blanche Seligman. February 21st. Pesel. mother of Norman Rossman, February 22nd. Heishel. father of William Friedman. February 24th. Frunia. Necheh, mother of Mrs. Saul Grief, mother of Mrs. Nathan Markow.tz, February 25th. Yisroel Moshe. lather of Charles Ro s engarten, February 26th. Yisroel, father of Lee Alpert, February 20th. Mordechai. father of Mrs. Carl Weinkle. February 25th. Mordechai, father of Wolf Blutstein. March 1st. Mordechai, son of Mrs. David Mayers. March 3rd. Chaim, father of MrsHoffman. March 5th. Lieba, daughter of Mrs. Kate Markowitz. March 6th. Sorah, in memory of Sarah Afremow, March 10th. AS DR. WEIZMANN ARRIVED IN U. S. TO AID UNITED PALESTINE APPEAL II l(\l W W \H.-M \N lii ktt i hairman for the annual "Cavalcade of Stars" giirn l>\ tin). V. II. I. HOOK REVIEW We indeed were very happy to note the great interest shown by so many who are interested ,n books and who did come last Sunday morning to the first Book Review given by Rabbi Max Shapiro on Sholem Asch's, "The Nazarene." Through this column those who are interested will be notified when the next book review will take place. Greyhound RACING NIGHTLY Post Time 8:15 p. ra. Admission 25 cents • Steam-heated Grandstand Electric Odds Board All Glass Starting Box UJEXT FLflCLER KEmiEI. CLUB "NO< HEM AVAILI.M' Thee ci was gi sho( ked to learn of the ui I [ : of a Past Presid d, Mrs. M illy Rol the ideals and principles foi I shi %  i-o\ serve as i l" I he family in their hour of bi reavement. I!,!soul wa 'I' ed a most n one. May she rest desi ly in eternal pi ace. CONGREGATIONAL DINNER An elaborate Congregationa. I> nner and program is beii g arlanged for our members and their this coming Sunday < v at 6:30. It is the Congregation's treal to its members. Those who have not made their reservations are asked to call Immediately 2 1 I7:i. I'RK-I'l KIM BALL The Beth David Sisterhood in sponsor ngits 24th Pre Purim Ball has announced that this year this gala affair will take place at the Fleetwood Hotel, Miami Beach A program of unusual talent will be presented during the evening. The highlight of the evening will be a State Contest sponsored by the Sisterhood and the state which has the most patrons at the PrePurm Ball will receive a noteworthy recognition and a most valuable presentation. YAHRZEITS The following "Y'ahrzeiten" will be observed during the month of "Adar." The first "Anniversary Candle" i s to be lit the evening be fore the English date mentioned, and "Kadd.sh" begins that same evening until *unset the day mentioned. The names of the beloved ones who are inscribed in the "Memorial Book of Life" are mentioned from the pulpit the Friday evening pre ceding the "Y'ahrzeiten" wh ch are observed the following week. Yehudah Laeb, husband f Mrs. Anna B. Greenberg, February 10th. February 10th. Sorah Defoiah. '"other of Edward Friedman, lei, IN ORLANDO ITS THE EL CHICO CAFE (On the Ave:.ue) Special Menu for Late Parties OPEN ALL NIGHT Chico-Chich Served at the CURB ONLY 496 N. Orange Ave. (At Amelia) ORLANDO SBVIHCS PHD LOQfl nssocinnon • •.OF mmmi 45 N. 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"1 *S*v %  u FRIDAY, FEBRUARY •'. 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) i LISTEN HERE Those New York newspaper editors who last week featured big front page stories about the Nazi plan to enslave Britain are hereby reminded that detailed documentary evidence of this and other items on the Hitler program was offered them over a year ago by T. H. Tetess, Aryan German journalist, and was rejected as too sensational to be true That radio station broadcast ing or. behalf of the German Freedom Party doesn't function on German soil at all, but probably operates from England, says Devere Allen's Nofrontier News Service The belly-pinched populace of Naziland would be interested to kr.ow but won't learn, as their cessor doesn't allow our effusions into their country that the leaders who are egging them on to Der Tan ;ire keepivp, up their own morale with specially imported caviar and other del^acies flown in by plane Hitler is -o great a lo'.er of art that he senl his favorite painter. Professor Ernst Vollbehr. over burning Warsaw in an airplane to pn'.nt tlic scene s.i first hand while the Polish capital was being smashed to bits by Nazi incendiary bombs THIS AND THAT I; 'Ojulw II> elitiu thai I >•' ; !: • :>.il' ] %  %  complaints ahonl tinMetropolitan'* now Wti'tneriaii eni due lor, Erich %  • insdorf, i> iluil she wants In >_:••' the Xlel ; < ton into 'in' hand* ui' iinothi r coiidiictor, who happens to I" orite W o hope you realize ili,it soi if those million-dollav diamond iieeklaees worn i>\ soeiolv iiuitrons at swank functions d'fii'l belong to the ladii's at all. Imt arc lent to them for the occasion In tinDe Beers Company, the Smith African diamond syndicate which belongs to the Oppcnheiiner family and which uses this means to advertise its products Ainon^ r, % %  cent recruits to join the fabulous Foreign Legion of France is American newspaperman Tommy Lehman Next time yon hear tin coroner in a movie thriller annoui in solemn tones 'hat the victim has been poisoned with pyroxygeiiicine" or something of the sort don't rush in the drug store t<> ask for that chemical to send i<> Hitler in a chocolate liar All the fancy names used for lethal toxins in the films are phonies thought up by Dr. Leo M. Rchtilman, whose job it is to create plausible-sounding words of that sort Did you know thai Tanganyika, the East African territory which has been suggested as a place of refuge for persecuted European Jews, had a Jewish population totaling 10 (yes. we mean a minyan) at the last census? WERE TELLING YOU It's true that the G-men have their F B-eye on additional 'Christian Fronters,'' but don't be misled by the rumors of the big clean-up scheduled to take place in a Midwestern citv famous for a radio cleric It's a municipal political scandal that is engaging the attention of the Federal sleuths We hope you didn't miss Louis B. Davidson's and Frederick L. Collins' article in last week's Liberty Magazine, blasting the vicious myth of a "Jewish world conspiracy" The national dance of the Nazis, according to a current gag, is the Heiland Fling And Times Square's latest word for the would be swistika-importers "crackpatriots" Winchell's Girl Friday passes on a rumor that Hitler's mansion has one room the wall of which is crowded with shoe-horns Probably symbolic of Adolf's attempt to raise Naziland bv its ersatz bootstraps to that place in the sun. INFORMATION PLAYS Things we knew but had forgotten, but of which the new l*i i \ersal Jewish Encyclopedia being published in New York has re minded us, include I he followuiu • %  • That the swastika was used l>v the Semites thousands of years before Hitler was born (if yon "ant to check on that, just look at an Aleph) That Lndn ig Mond. father of the first Lord Melchett. was the founder of ammonia soda manufacture in England, and invented methods of extracting metals from their ores That all the achievements in radio go back to the discovery of the Hertzian waves by the non-Aryan German Heinrich Hertz That the non-Aryan Kail Arnstein was chief engineer in the Zeppelin works of Germany, and in 1924 piloted the first Zeppelin from Europe to America across the Atlantic That William Hersehel. a (ieiman Jewish musician who emigrated to England, was the discoverer of Uranus, the first planet to be found by use of the telescope And that the French New School of Art must be considered non-Aryan, one of its fathers having been Camille Pissaro, a Jew MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1540 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBIT RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 Between The Lin es By Lester K. Stein SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 m. Friday evening services, 5:30 m. Shabbes: 9 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. Maariv: 20 minutes past sun.-et. RELIGIOUS FORUM rcabbi \brahaiii Kcllner will di-ciiss |hicurn : %  i-tiarj %  '!. i Wi in V 11 i I I .... \ LADIES Al ; VRY "I d;e< \ir> held Till iiiim, I'e'oi annual Hall will In fsical I l \\ 'II be Si I li %  • %  • rill the Ho. lei aded b\ M rs. K : I %  anli c llial .c splendid v\ en in In in store for all wli" will land help our Talmud Torab. A most cord ..I ami heart) welconii ii xtended lii all. REFUO SHLEMO We are hoping for the specdj recovery nf a distinguished visitor in our midst who is recovering from ,i serous illness In Victoria Hospilal Kabbi Kichenstein from Chicago who i* a scion of a most illustrious Chassidic Families has come for his l.iahli ami a severe attack confined him to the Hospital. HABANOTH HAPPENINGS The Habanoth Club> are preparing for their annual music and song festival which w II lake place Sunday. March 3rd, and continue all day. The Festival will commence tin Sunday School and continue in the afternoon over the air and will be concluded in the Synagogue in tinevening HABANON1M The Habonini Club is making considerable progress and they are glad in repori of a most successful Picnic held last Sunday in Pan American Park, i >ur thanks an due I i peopli ed li rabrt to make ttr outii real success. M i In Iped %  ncli 'li transpi .rt il m and XI rs. Klliol Kai ei Ik. Hai r> l.eibi i\ ; : / and \l •• %  %  i %  w bo led tin bi \ in llii practices and songs. Meetings arc held every Thursday at 3:30 I'M. in the Synagogue and morning serv. ices are held each Sunday momillu in our SynagomiePATH OF SORROWS Oiir heartfell codolences are e\hci lack \pti the los of hi< dcarlj bi fathi r, i i|o\ hasholom. VVe e\ pri dear Wolf U 1 \ Si I. • JEWISH RADIO HOUR %  hour Sill a I il il Is to I ll %  rJoGUST BROS RVf \*Z Is the BEST.' An Open Letter to the Peopli of the Book: Dear Brother and Sister Jew-: As descendants of the bookish tradition, it is with genuine pleasure that I address you on Erev Shabbos, about a good book and an enjoyable one. I refer to Schaus*' JEWISH FESTIVALS. All my life I've heard Jews and -Non .leu, say they'd like a nice book about Judaism and itHolydays and I • lays In lie lead for sheet |d. as well as for edification i instruction. How fine a trei for us all then in n i iss' JEWISH FESTIV VI *, S i well wr ttei t< i : eye. a I f r the mind, a treat i the Y d\ -haniali. Published b> Union i f American Hebrew > i %  < n im at Oh i 82.50 you 11 warn om I hi.me. ami as a thoughtful expression of esteem and ft %  dship to s, Jew and \ Jew alike. Here'to the JEWISH FESTIVALS. CROWN GASOLINE % 


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f PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. lott) Junior Hadassah Bv Elsie Kroner.feld Jewish people among themselves have asked the question "Why have we survived as a •;:" a ~ long." Some have answered 'through persecution'others through 'customs', still oth> is MIV through learning. Regardless of what we individually think we al! agree that learnir.g :s imports Education broadens us and enlarges our perspective—it gives us un e of i' --"". knowl%  Ig %  i ; lay Jewish % women ui der the are leal and Ji tory and present. So inv ji rtant does Hadassah consider this knowledge that it has aside one day. February 14. as National Hadassah Day. Throughout the country on this day will be held study group meetings, forums, and panel di i. The ma n questi >ns to be discussed will be the probli rplexities of American fl'". ; Jewish life. Through this ice and un that we r.eed so very much today. Our bridge last Wednesday nite. February 7. was thought by all a big success. We thank the different Jewish merchants who donated things to us. G r'.s you all worked hard, and Jeanr.ette and Hanna asked ua t> •.hark you. Now we will all ha\x to work hard or show. %  ..it is February 27. Our regular meeting will I coming Monday night o'clock p. m. at the Beth David Study Hall. We are going : have | that very famous and grand picture '"Youth Aliyah." Be sure and come ;. they will enjoy t 1 ;: is a chance :• Bee strengtl .th. Biggest Jewish .Youth Recreational Program Attracts Thousands Serving Florida's Finest American Jewish Dinner St. Regis RESTAURANT 446 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BECAH WHEN DEATH OCCURS, the wide facilities of Rirerside enable you to obtain the efficient service for which this institution is hnown. And costs are low. MEMORIAL CHAPEL HS TOW mm •" E.loWu'i*' <8oo 123.IISMII1M M. %  Illl Kill KhnS-im CHARLES ROSENTHAl EDWARD ROSENTHAL MORTON ROSENTMAU HEAD OF PALESTINIAN w li! 11 l> HERE IN BEH \l I 01 HEBREVk i.l 111 RE Dr. Simon Ginsberg, rhairnian •>! ihr Hebrew W rii.rA 'iation of Palestine and secretary "f the Hebrew P. E N. Club, iin Miami for a brief visit, for the purpose of amu-in; local interest in the furtheranee of Hebrew Culture in Palestine ami throughout the World. Dr. Ginsberg wai delegated h> Palestinian J.r> to retabli-h here tinKeren llartlmt iPalestine Hebrew Culture Fund' whose purpo-e it ito help the Hebrew Publication Society of Palestine* sponlored b> thH.-hrew \\ rit-r'\ i ation. and to haw them distributed to W orld Jewry through the Brit \\ rit olamit < \X orld Federation of Hebrew Cultural Organisations). Due to ill.Mar situation, many of the 30 Hebrew writerof Palestine are in dire need, and tinPalestine II. brew Culture Fund is railed upon to j help them in thU emergency. The loeal committee in Miami is headed by Rabbi t.olman Zwitman, prt-ident, Mr. Harry Simonhoff and Mr. Sidney Seeall. viee presidents, Mr. G. Pu-hkoff. treasurer, Mr-. D. Freedman. secretary, Mr. M. J. Koprlowitz, I oniMiller, Stanley Myers and Hairy Sirkin. trustees, Mr-. S. H. Lntsky, rhairnian women'division and Mrs. A. koreti-ky, \iee rhairnian. Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the meeting of the local llartabut meeting at 1059 Collin* Ave.. Dr. Cinzberg will -peak on "Status of Hebrew Culture." All sre welcome. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will preside. KOOLMOTOR GASOLINE and OILS ACME TIRES CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS ORANGE STATE OIL CO. Distributors American Jewish youth's biggest national recreational program—the 3.">0 local, sectional, district, and national winter basketball, oratory and debate tournaments of Aleph Zadik Aleph. B'nai B'rith's youth organization, in which 5.000 contestants are due to take part—entered its second stage this week with the completion of 28 sectional tourneys for 337 chapters in 236 cities. The winners will compete in seven district finals to determine the participants in the national finals, which will be held in connection with the 17th annual convention of A.Z.A. at Camp Manatoc, Akron, Ohio. June 28th to July 5th. The photo above to the left shows one of the 225 A.Z.A. orators who are competing for national honors with orations on the "Bill of Rights" in the I'nited States and on "Magna Carta" in Canada. The photo above right shows two of the 281 A.Z.A. basketball teams, representing nearly 2.000 players, battling for a sectional title in the largest nationally directed Jewish youth sports program in the country. The lower photo shows two of the 212 A.Z.A. debating teams who this year are debating the subject "Resolved that there be a newly created centralized functional agency in the United States to deal with the preservation of Jewish rights," No similar competitions in the United States and Canada compare in magnitude to this cultural and athletic program for Jewish youth, which is now in its 14th year. Over 200 cities have been host to the A.Z.A. sectional and regional contests since they were launched in 1925. The 19(0 district finals will be held at Syracuse. N. Y.: Cincinnati; Harrisburg. Pa.; Oakland, Calif.: Charleston, S. C; Omaha, Neb.; and Shreveport, La. > •>;



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> FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE -" &f 0 U. J. A. MUST AID UPROOTED, HOMELESS POLISH JEWS SOCIETY MIAMI RESIDENT DIES Phillip \u*ntinc, 56. ..f 150 S. E. lili St.. resident here for In years v.m\ Miami avenue mereiuuiL. Ii •- I Wetlnes* da) after a brief illness. He wae a member of Malii Temple, Miami Mrrrhints issoeiation ami Hcili DavUI Synagogue* He loavet tin* widow, Mr*. Surah Augustine, one son, Hr. Mux Augustine, of Miami, a litter, Mrs, Annie Kat/. Atlanta. <.a., and a .brother, Harry -\ugu-tine of Sara-ola. Fla. Funtrel arrangement! were in %  rharpr of the Miami Jewish Funeral home. • • • BRIDGE t.lYr.N Mr-. M. Hudsam of New York entertained at a lawn bridge party at the Reverly Court Apartments Tuesday afternoon with the proceedgniiiitowards the Yeshiva College. \ariotu cards were played and refreshments served. DIES HERE Mrs. MoIK Robinson, of 02 N. W. 13th Avenue, died at her home Friday after a long illness. Mrs. RobuMOU Wat a n-idiiil of Miami for I Inpat I l'i yearn anil was aetive in Jewish W.lfan work and president of the Relh David Sisterl I. She leaves her husband, V. illiam. one daughter. Mr-. I stelle June-. |wo sons. Henr) ami Seymour, and three grandrhildren. Funeral iervires were rondueted at the Beth David auditorium b) Ralibi Max Shapiro and interment fnllimril in the WIHHIIUMII Cemetery. \ IS ITS HERE Ruth I... %  1111.111. singer of Jewish and Hi In.w -1IIU-. i.visiting in Miami at 116 S. E. 3rd St.. where she will remain for several weeks. LECTURE TO BE GIVEN Reuben I ink. New York publicist and social worker, will address tinJew i-h Cultural Society Monday evening. February 12th at 8:15 o'clock at the Democratic Mall. Miami Beach, on the subject, "The Imminence of Peace in Europe." Oeneral discussion will follow the lecture. Admission is free. The pulilir iinvited to attend. MIAMI BEACH RESIDENT SUCCUMBS 1 uneral services were conducted Thursdaj by the Beth David Synagogue li> Rahlii Moses Meseheloff for The Wonder Child of the Age Cantor "AVREMELE" Will Give Grand Benefit Concert for the Yeshivah Torah Umloehali Of w bleb his father Rabhi Isaac A nisei is I.mini, i anil leader at Beth Jacob Synogogue Sunday Evening, Feb. 11 at 7;30 Admission .50 Benjamin Silvermun. 67. resident of Miami I!, arh for in years. He i-urvi\ed li> hiwidow, Fannie, one son, i\... daughters, three brothers and two -i-tri-. Interment look place in tin\\ oodlawn < leinetery. KABBIS HERE FOR YESHIVOTH APPEAL \ delegation of famous Rahhis eonnisting <>f Rabbi E. Silver of Cinrinnati, chairman of the Emergency Committee for War-Torn Yeshixoth, K.ilil.i Kphraim Epstein of Chicago, and Rahhi Abraham Kalmanowitz, President <>f Mirer Yeshivot who arrived last week from Europe, rame to Florida for the purpose of raising fundfor the War-Torn Yeshivoth. \ special drive to rescue the YcshiVOth of Poland, that found temporary refuge in Lithuania, was proclaimed by the I MI..H of Orthodox Rahhis several monthago. The campaign has been going on since— fully all over the United State-. MOTOR OVERHAUL $3 00 PER CYLINDER Oont rebore—we guarantee to stop ,our motor from pumping oH and smoking—We install special rings — -irind valves — synchronize points — -.lean and adjust carbuerator — Tune ip motor — 90-Day Guarantee DOWNTOWN GARAGE 31 S. W. First St. Ph. 2-7233 MRS. ID \ OPTNER chairman / the two and three dollar seats for the annual Jen fan II elfare Hun-tin's "Night <>/ Stars." CANTOR "AVREMELE TO SING VI BETH JACOB SUNDAY NIGHT 1 • ir "Avremele. the hoy wondi r" who has won acclaim throughoul the east as :i prodigy nhnzan and singer (if folk songs will give M concert at the Be'th Jacob Synapogue, Sunday evening at seven, for the benefit of the Yeshivah T rah Umlochah of which Rabbi I aac Amsel, father of the boy Is founder and leader. At the ,crv ieeh this evening the hoy will render several selections. Wines of all Kinds SOLD BY H. M. Kasan AT Triangle Market 1 W N. W. Fifth Street For Free Delivery Phone 2-0618 2-2368 DETROIT *24 07 Rome (WNS).—In a speech t.> Fascist youth broadcast over the radio, Roberto Far in ace i. leading Italian anti-Semite, member of the Fascist Crand Council an 1 former Fascist Party secretary, accused Jewry of responsibility fnr all the evils now besetting humanity. He voiced the opinion that Italy's partnership with Germany on the AntiSemitic front was as strong as ever AIR-CONDITIONED COACH MIAMI TO DETROIT FLORIDA SUNBEAM The Short-cut to the North Leave Miami Daily — 7 P. M. Low One Way loach Fares From Miami ATLANTA ...... $10.40 CHATTANOOGA 1 2.50 CINCINNATI 1 7.75 CLEVELAND 2 4.07 COLUMBUS 2 0.5(5 DAYTON 1 9.07 INDIANAPOLIS 2 4.04 CHICAGO 2 3.25 Plllowi for via In coochsi 23c City Tick.I office 173 E. Flagler Street Miami — Phone 3-8391 T. W. Luck.ft, A. G. P. A. SEABOARD RAILWAY SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM dealers d yers "For those who w*nt the best" Quality Dry Cleaning Fine Hand Laundry Plant Phone 7-3216 Do You Own Your Home? There never wii a better time than now to build one The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Makes H Possible Give me s call and I will madly SUP. MUS -SVC JS H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Ins. Aflsney 1015 Seybold Bldg. Phone Z-31S1 OJllv \. Mlaaal %  e %  Iletn V Mlaaal niftninip Park Minml shore* \ Ulnae Little Hi' %  r Mi..I. .ill Miami Spring* NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS As required by Section 12, Chapter 5596, of the Acts of 1907, 1, or one of in, .li'iiiilir. shall be at the following: places on the dutes net opposite each for the purpose r receivina; Tux Heturns for the year 1940. I also wlah to remind the Tiixpn>rra thnt It will be necessary to file Ihelr applications for BOMBSTBAD BXBMPTION with the Stale and loiinly and City In which the property In located each >rar between i.inii.ii > 1st anil April int. or xnld exemption cannot be Kranted by aaid Tax ii'-inTherefore. e will reccite iipplicntionH while we are n-ii i HI;the precinclx. anil mil iiiini.li receipts which hould be obtalued or books cheeked prior to mretiiiK ef Hoard of FiiunlUntlon to uncertain whether or not application has been allowed. I I.I.IIIKII.I. Returns -in.nlii nlxo be filed by ill..-,mi nun; -i-.-iiriilcs aad who are learal rrxidentx of ihiSlnlr; othrrwiiie they would he subject lo the assessment of ilnoffice miller the provisions of the Intanicihle Act of 1931. Very Kespectfully, J. N. LUMMUS. JR. Assessor of Tnxex, bade County, Florida Feb. 13, 1940 9:00 A.M. .School House Feb. 13, 1940 10i00 A.M. Town Hull Feb. 13. 1940 ll:O0 A.M. Post Office Feb. 13, 1940 I"" P.M. Town Hull Feb. 13. 1940 2:00 P.M. Town Hall Feb. 13, 1940 3:00 P.M. Turn Hull Feb. IS. 1940 4:00 P.M. 425 K.B. 79th St. i >i ley's item Estate office) Feb. 14. 1940 9:00 A.M. Clt> Hull Feb. II, 1940 10:00 A.M. l-i suite Bsnk HuildlnK. Feb. 14, 1940 11:00 A.M. Town Hall Feb. 14, 1940 I :O0 P.M. W. B. Peach Real I -i.iii Office. Feb. 14, 1940 2:00 P.M. Sunny Isles Casino Feb. 14, 1940 3:00 P.M. Golden Beach Pavilion. Feb. 14, 1940 10:00 A.M. Andrew Jaenson Feb. II, 1940 School. Feb. 14, l'.im lltOO A.M. Miami F.dlson Feb. 14, 1940 School. Feb. 14, 1940 1:00 P.M. Corner Supply Feb. 14, 1940 2:00 P.M. Melroae Properties Feb. 15, 1940 Office. Feb. 15. 1940 l:i"i P.M. City Hull. Feb. 15. 1940 .1:00 P.M. City Hall Feb. 13. 1940 9:00 A.M. Jones Grocery Feb. 15. 1940 Store Feb. 13. 1940 10:00 A.M. City Hall Feb. 15, 1940 11:00 A.M. ilium llept. Store Feb. 15. 1940 1:00 P.M. o'liulmi llru, Feb. 15 ,1940 Store. Feb. 15. 1940 2:00 P.M. City Rail Feb. 16. 1940 9:00 A.M. Town Hall Feb. 16. 1940 10:00 A.M. I. B. Dice Packing Feb. 16. 1940 Honae. Feb. 16, 1940 11:00 A.M. Barfleld's Store Jan. 2. 1040 1:00 P.M. Goulds Supply. Iae. April 1. 1940 3:00 P.M. Andrrson Fillin K Statloa. 10:0O A.M. J. B. Cash Store 11:00 A.M. Woraaa-a Club 1 1MI P.M. Town Hall 2:60 P.M. City Hall 8:00 V.M. r>:O0 P.M. .113-516 Court Houae i >IKI I in I. i V W. 7th Air. and 95th SI. Sunny Ixlex Golden Bench \ lllllin I lull l.emon Clty \.\V. 62nd St. and 22nd Ave 3240 N.W. 21th Ave. Miami Bench Surf Side 1916 Red Read Coral Gables 2900 Taniliiini Trail 2336 S. W. 3'nd Ave. Coconut Gro%e South Miami Kendsll Perrlne Goulds ... Silver Pnlm Princeton Itedlnnd Florida City Homestead MIAMI lliri.iu.il -i J



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r PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, mo .*. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor LEAVES FOR HOME Mrs. I lick Gabbe left Tliurs laj after :i li n daj -' \ -it with her sister in law and brother in law, Mr. and Mrs. Henrj Gabbe. i i join her husband who imanager and o\ver of Will Osbornc's hand, in Cali%  nia, • • • ANNUAL TEA TO BE HELD I'he annual M< ithers and I ter 11> and t( a spotisi >red bj the l.adieV.. Jew. liureau will be held bruan 19th. Kvan Hotel. M sented and nts er\cd. Further blished in next week's issue• • • ENTERTAINS AT DINNER and MrS I Idstroni en• id al a dinner \\ ednesday at the Royal Palm Hotel M r, I lenrj Monsky, national f B'nai B'rith, and hi wife Vni >ng the Abbott, icob H. Ka| in. Mr. Mrs. Stanley <.'. My< rs. I i irsch M e> cr, I >r. and Mrs. 1 rel :. Mr. and Mrs 1 'if. Si ne. Mrs. k ie Si 1 r. Mr. and Mr-. Isaac Levin, Ir. .md Mr-. 1^., Eisenstein. Mr. \ilierl ['allot and Mr. Abe A :. ivitl. MUS. M IRIAN HI \NK Mi\><\ assistant chairman of the "Might ni Siurs" of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, WOLPERT'S FURNITURE! BARGAINS! We Refuse To Be Undersold" 155 W. FLAGLER ST, PHONE 3-4132 VISITS HERE Mr-. \l N'cidman .>i \\ u ^ tiny in Miami athe holl-c uu< -; M rs. Ji nnii \< ii.>rt. • • • RECEPTION GIVEN l-ol|i>\\ lljj tin ; SI \\ i Ini *daj i [Kaplan Hall onoring Mr. Henry Monskj. natii I res i Sin Jem Lodge, a reception was tendered t<. Mr. and Mr-. Monsk) l>> the Ladies Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith who were assited by tluLodge. Greeting >iie-iin the Temple proper were Mesdames J. Rot fort, Frank Corel. ChasBeckwitt, Benj. I.c Vine. Sam. Blank, Meyer Schwartz. Beulali B. Godwin and Irwin Siegal. and receiving in Kaplan Hall were Mrs. Frieda Godwin, hospitality chairman, assisted by Mesdames Isaac Levin, Sol <",.>ldstrom. Max Steuer, Sam Weissel. Harry Mark,.wit/. Maurice Grossman. .1. A. Engler and Sol Weinkle. ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION -.320 N. E. FIRST STREET Catering to the-Discriminating since 1925 COLUMBUS HOTEL PHONE 2-8471 ORANGE BOWL Grand Opening Friday Night 8:30 P. M.—A Limited Series of OPERETTAS UNDER THE STARS Th l'ir-t Offering for one Week of 7 Nights Including Sunday EVERETT MARSHALL IN THE MUSICAL HIT OF THE AGES BLOS SOM In charge of table deo rationwere Mesdames I.Ir> Stone, Adolph W'ertheimcr and Ida Optner ami serving tea were Mesdames S. Weinbery, .1. A. Herman, Milton Sa-lau. Geo. Goldberg, Harn Orlin and Sidncj Stepkin. Centircd as the ma'n piece on tintable was a bilge cake, an exact replica of a telegram with a message to the guest of honor. CARD PARTY TO BE HELD 'I lie I'iollci r \\ i i ,„i/aI ;:"ii of Gn ater M ami will 'a Card part} for tic IK 111 fil Chaltit/alis in Palest ni Sunday evening March 3rd In chai lr. Henrj Scitlin. Mrs. I'. Shubow. Mr-. \ I'reedman, Mr-. \. Tagerl and Mrs, K\\ i-lmi r. Further del.idwill lie published in next we< U'issue. I'lie organization held a card part} I in-day evening at the home "i Mr-. Sarah Abrahams for tin benefit of the n Fut i i •• Pali stini \'arious card games were played md refreshments were served, SPINOZA LECTURES CONTINUE Mr. Law relict V S li chter i i New York addie--ed ili ( Spinoza !a-l Satttrd 1} ail' n n on racy and Keligii in. I >i en dis. cussiitn I illowcd the lecture This Saturdaj the Spinoza Group will meet ausual on the lan. .,i 1059 Ci .li ii\\ e \l iami Beach. I'r >f< %  •r William I-.. McMaster. of the Miami University will speak on "Reading Scripture aLiterature:" All are weenie to attend. The lecture -tarts at .i M) P.M. Before 3:30 I'M. the Group listens in to tlie Opera broadcast. Central discu-^i. .ii follows the lecture. BEACH MIRZACHI TO MEET In honor of the arrival of Rabbi I. Silver, president of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United Stateand Canada, Rabbi Ephraim Epstein and Rabbi MKalmanowitz. president of the Mirrer Yeshiva. the Miami Beach Mizrachi will hold their regular meeting jointly with the Ladies 1 >i\ i-;:< m Saturday evening at 8:30 P.M. at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, in the form of a reception. Dr, I!. He Koven will presideThe guests of honor will deliver bt i speeches. Mr-. R. IV. Sundelson-Stander, national vice president of tin: Women's Branch of the Mizrachi and Mr-. I i. Kamnieiman, m< tuber of th, National Executive of lie Mizrachi Women, will %  I ad Ires* the audience. Included ..n the program will be Cantor Avremel Amsel, 12 year ..hi cantor, win. will sing several selections. He will he accompanied by himanaget Mr. ELifshutz and his father Rabbi X Amsel. Refreshments will be served. All members, friends and visitors are cordially invited to jittend. There is no admission charge. TIME ON A SPECIALLY BUILT. WORLD'S LARGEST STAGE i ... J^.?" A "' S,ar NeW York CM of lr, Including KLB^ MERCER. NANCY McCORD and ROBERT SHAFER Added Attraction—THE FOKINE BALLET PRICES: 25c, 50c, 77c and $1.00 Plus Tax SKATS NOW SELLING at Room 22, McAllister Arcade Phone 2-4198. Also at Gate 5 Orange Bowl and Union Bus Station 538 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach MU\/\ ISLE W. 25TH AVE. AT 16TH IT. ALLIGATOR WRESTLING HOURLY ADMISSION 25. DNEDF FLORIDA'S Onhlatuhnq QfiiacTtwi SOPHIE TUCKER liairlad} of thi N i : Stars sponsored by the Jewish Wclfan Bureau, who will again appear .it this \ eat'alfair. BRIDGE TO BE GIVEN Mr-. II. K,.i. i-k\ will entertain at a inah jong and bridge part} al her home. I > i2 I ollins Vvenue, Miami Beaeh, for the Women"Dhision of the \lllrliiail Jewish Congress, Mollda) afternoon. Keliriiarj 26th, at I m.iilserved. \ll MM-II i!> %  ~ and o clock. The proceeds of thiaffair will Ingiven lo the National Refugee Home in Ocala. Florida. Manx card games will Inplayed and refreshfriendi arc cordially Invited to attend. >l i ( I MISS TO ILLNESS Flyman tpte, o.">. of 688 N. W. loth St.. suerumbed Friday in a Miami ho-. pilal after u Imiv illness. Mr. \p|e came lo Miumi li yearago from N.u York City and was a retired produce merchant. He was a life member and one of the organisers of the V. M. II. A. He leaves hiwife. Esther, two -on-. Jack uml Murray, %  daughter, Mr-. Ilnih Franks, ami -even grandchildren. Funeral services were iiiiiiliii'teil Monila> from the V. M II. K. auditorium with Rabbi Abraham K.dim i officiating. Active pallIn. in were life III. lull, |. of the Y, M. II. V. and the board were hoiiorar) pallbearers. Inlermenl followed in tinJewish section of \\ Ilavtn < cmelery. TO UK li\U MIT/Ml I he liar lllitzvall of Mian l.eruv Rhoades. -on of Mr. and Mrs. J. \. Rhoades ..I 1510 Drexel \M-.. Miami Beach, will lie held Saturda) inoriiin—. Sunda) evening Mian will IKhonored at a dinner b) hiparent-. 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PAGE FOUR TSS JBWXSH IMMPIAM FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1940 wJewisti Flloiriidl'& m PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue I J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor ;i FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second class matter July 4, 1!>."0, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year -—S2.00 Six Mcnths — 11.00 VOU ME 13 No. 6 i EBR1 VRY 9, 1940 WELCOME B'NAI B'RITH It is indeed a pleasure to welcome to Florida in general and to Greater .Miami in particular, the Hon. Henry I.. Monsky, head of the B'nai B'rith, liis fellow officers and members of the Executive Board of the Supreme Lodge of the Order. \\ ith a record of more than 96 years of continuous, tireless and devoted work to the cause of Jewry throughout the world, B'nai B'rith has placed itself in the forefront of Jewish work today. We in Greater Miami have seen and realize what the B'nai B'rith has done. What great progress it has made towards the unification of our Jewish community. The accomplishments of the Anti-Defamation work, Student Union and A.Z.A. activities. B'nai B'rith as in the words of president Henry Monsky has definitely proven itself a "service"' organization unlimited as to field and scope. Aid to refugees and helping in the rcImilding of Zionism are but a small part of B'nai B'rith's world of education, youth welfare, good-will Americanism and social service. All B'nai B'rith desires as in return that its members and all fellow-Jews return the kindness of the order by doing their bit towards their fellow man. In times as these and facing probably the greatest crisis in the history of Jewry we are truly blessed to have B'nai B'rith. I B'NAI B'RITH T NOTES bv Harold Turk. It will be the policy of this column to have members of the B'nai B'rith, who are Chairman of Committees or particularly active in some branch of B'nai B'rith activities, to write and inform the membership through this medium about such activities. A SNAPSHOT OF A. Z. A. (Jr. B'nai B'rith' By Milton A. Friedman Niat'l. Ileputy of A-Z-A. State B'nai B'rith Chairman of A.Z.A. District B'nai B'rith Committeeman for A.Z.A. A column is so short a space within which to even touch upon so comprehensive and fascinating a -tib.net aA.Z. V Without a doubt, it i> the finesl and most outstanding Jewish, male youth organization in the world today. In IS years it has grown from one chapter to over 300 with an active and alumni membership of 16 to 18000. From ages IS to 21. from high school and college Students, from working boys, from ever) division of Jewish life come these leaders of tomorrow. Where else but in A.Z.A. can be found the outlet for every hoys' de. sires. Under the Boris I). Bogen five fold and full program no matter what one's hobby or field of endeavor the answer is a ready one. Culture, social service, athletics, tocialsi religion—each is a definite part of the A.Z.A. curriculum. Culturally, a monthly program is supplied by the Supreme Advisory Council, a national newspaper comes out twice a month and a literary issue several times a year. English and Hebrew essay contests ai*e held. Debating and oratory hold a high place in the A.Z.A. ideology. Local chapters have their own newspapers and regular cultural meetings featuring lectures and open forumsIn the field of social service the A X A. boys aid in Federation and Communnity Chest drives, sponsor boy scout troop-, hold picnicfor orphans and under privileged children, give baskets of food on Thanksgiving, Chanukah. Passover and other • %  %  it lainil i -. D induct Parents I 'ay and Yi -11:11 and I >cnn icracy pr< sponsor financial affairs in bchali .Hi aliyah and other similar worth while causes kcl ush tii 1> lys conduct Frilay n ghi sen ices in vari 'iis) nai %  Many chapters constitute he choirs for th< ir > n i % % % %  >gu< A ..1 Sabbath obsei \ anc< is held Itanci ittsly by all chapters. Realizing t' i old adagt ab '"t all %  vork and no play the social and ithlctic phases are stressed a'%  The fields of i ndeavor •. ngaged in b) the A-Z. V boys know no bounds. \ii i. ii.il. district and national tournaments art annually conducted wherein contests arc held in debating, orator) and athletics. Behind tin entire makeup f V/. \ and iipiimary function in the Jewish and general community icharactei building. Molding Jewish young men for future participate 'ii in adult I. munal life. In line with this it cannot be stress, ed li II i stn n. I) f ir B'nai B'rith IIICI bers and tin entire to attend the forthcoming Youth and I kmocracy program being r< d by tin A.Z. V chaj ters. hi Mi::!. such died men as Rc\ I nek F.vans and I Ii m. Mark '.'• by the Beach chapters(Ithi r j i mtli groups such as the 1 liY I)e Molay. and ? ns and Daughters ol the Ann ri>.in Legion have signified their intentionto coopcrate. This outstanding affair is open to the public gratis and will be held February 21-t at 8:00 P.M. at Miami Senior High SchoolWould that I could continue this dissertati i A.Z.A. but the editor informme 1 have completed a columnar spaceI trust 1 will be given the privilege again in the near future to add to the above. COUNCIL NEWS I he regular weekly Forum sponsored by the Miami Section Nation. al Council of Jewish Women will be held Friday afternoon al 2 P.M. at he F.vans Hotel. Miami Beach. The guesi speaker of the afternoon will be Dr. Edward Clark of the University of Miami, renowned lecturer, who-,subject will be "Franz Schubert". The program will include musical renditions by Evelyn Raff, vocalist and Erna Pereiro, pianist who will interpret several of Schubert's -elections. The study course will be con tinused with Mr-. I.M. Wieinstein giving a discourse on Ben Hecht: The rediscovery of the Artist. Admission charged will be twenty-five cents per person. All members and friends are cordially invited to attendINSTITUTE TO BE FORMED The Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women will he hostess to Miss Dora Tannenhaum, national firld secretary, the week of April 15th for a three day Institute, the theme of which is "(Council Presents its Program." Mrs. Benjamin I.e Vine, president, advises that this Institute will he of such nature that every American Jewish and non-Jewish woman -hould be proud to attend Committeein charge and the procram will he announced at a later date. IN MEMOR1AM \\ > mi v.rw the loss of the late K (I 1 i. Honorary Life Member, who died last Friday aftoi noon. •'I'.ip", as he was affecth natel) | called by those who knew him, was the first honorary life meinbi r ol the Y.M.II V Hide\oti,.n and loyally 1 i the "V" and itprinciples is something for all of us to take bead and follow. .Tinfuneral was held at the i "ii Monday morning and was attended b) the outstanding Jewish !. .nli rs in the communit). The active pallbearers were members ol the Governors' ClubMembers of the Board of I )ircctors acted-as honorary pallbc an rsTo the famil) of the late "Top" Apte \\ < h) and ci nidi il< m < n this iheii In ur i -i | bereavement. BUILDING IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE A v er) enthusiastic inccl %  In Buildin Improvement C immit. tee was held al tin "Y" on I in -ilaj ni. litThis i.r iup hi ad< d b) Gem \\ rt. Bill SI tyiic. Har. ry Schwartz. \\ Pallot. Herman Henry I labbc. and the Kxcculive Director made definite %  tin entiie building including the athletic field. At this time the planand -pee fications are being prepared and we h"pe in the next succeeding weekto have a complete outline of improvements that we intend to make. HOME CAMP It may be somewhat premature to speak of our Home Camp which is conducted in the summer time, however, the Executive I r ector announces that lie has received many application, for Camp Director and Head Counsellor. We wish at this time, to advise that every application will be given serious thought and all those interested arc asked to submit their application in writing to Mr. Grossman. BROTHERHOOD WEEK The week of February 18-25th has been -it a-ide as Brotherhood week by the National Association of Jews and Christians, l.a-t year the Y.M.II. A. was one of the first institutions in the south to celebrate this great event. On February 25th. the Y.M.H-A. will celebrate Brotherhood Week with a gala program. Watch these columns next week for complete details. "Y" CAGERS TIE FOR LEAD Standing of the Ea.t Coast League Won Lost Y.M.II.A4 2 Y.M.CA 4 2 Close ... 4 2 Ruitys .... 3 3 Cunningham .2 4 Freshmann (U. of M.) 2 4 10 LEADING SCORERS Mush Green, YM.H.A24 18 66 Barrow, Rustys (Homestead) ... 24 5 S3 Hunt (Close Beauty Shop) .... ........ ,,_ 17 19 53 F. Langford, Cunningham 16 7 39 Ruggles. Triangles 17 3 37 Kces. Freshman 13 11 37 Jack Rosen. Y.M.H.A. 11 11 33 Gainnini, Triangles. ... 11 10 32 Bogart. Freshman 13 6 32 M. I.ubcl. Triangles _. 11 9 31 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) nmilllliiliHiiiiiiiiiiMUMi rnmiiiiimm MllltHn iiiiiniiimini ml IIMIIM NEWS AROUND THHE TOWN Good luck to Rudy Adler and the Jewish Welfare Bureau with their 6th Annual N'ight of StarShow. come Monday, Februar) 19th, at the Olympia Theatre All members and friend* of the "Y" are urged to register in their respective precinctnow W ith the accepted resignations of Alvin Grossman. Vice President and Leon Lieberman. Secretary, the Y.M.II.A. seniorwill hold a special meeting Wednesday, Feb. 14th. at the Clubrooms. I r B .ird members .... Hats on p. Henry Gabbe who has voluntl i r< il ti -n; rv isc any and all improvements to be made on the Athletic Field and "Y" property. VALENTINE CARD AND BINGO PARTY The YAV.II \. will celebrate Val. inlineI lay with a card party and %  at the "Y" Chile l sday, February 14th at 8:30 o'clock. \dmissii in ififty ci n i i and there will he r< freshments for all. Mall Jong, poker, bridge, and bingo will bi ; layed. Mrs Beverly Gt sstiian is chairman of this affair. Everyone is invited, so why not make up a table and come join the crowd at tin "Y" February 13th. OPERA FEATURES "BLOSSOM TIME" Three of the most successful musical productions of all time have been chosen as the opening attractions of the new Miami Municipal Opera Company's season, to be known as "Opera Under the Stars," and to be presented at the Miami Orange Bowl. They are Sigmund Romberg's perennially popular "Blossom Time," based on the life and music of Fran! Schubert; "Rose Marie," Rudolf Friml's melodious operetta of the Northwest; and another Film] masterpiece. "Firefly." The new venture, the first of its kind in Miami, will be launched on Friday, February 9, with a gala presentation of "Blossom Time." The finest singing and dancing talent available has been assembled by the Municipal Opera Company for this initial offering, as well as for those that are to follow. Because of the magnitude of the stage of the Orange Bowl, said to be the largest in the world, an elaborate production is being readied by the production staff for the premiere. The cast of "Blossom Time" is equally well known to patrons of grand opera as well as light opera. From the Metropolitan Opera House came Everett Marshall several years ago to achieve new laurels on Broadway as a baritone of notable talent. Mr. Marshall will sing the role of Franz Schubert in "Blossom Time" when it is heard here next FridayBesides his many Broadway successes, he has starred in motion picture musicale, and has headl ned several radio programs. He 'introduced and made famous the popular ballad, "That's Why Darkies Were Born." I ~K>



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'1 ) HIDAY, FKU1U UiY '. I'MO THE JEWISH FLORID1AN PAGE SF.VKN BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach J | MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 625 Michigan Avnue Tin.ne 5-1588 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue 'Phone 5-2U13 c< SYNAGOGUE SERVICES Schachriss : I lailj at 7 and H V.M relay ;n ~i and 9 \ M. Minnionain -: Sundaj .it 9 (XI \. M followed by breakfast. Mincha: Daily from 5:15 lo 5:45 )'\l ; Friday and Saturday at 5:30 I'.M. Maarh : Daily al 6:20 P.M.: Satal 6:4(1 P.M. Shalosli S'oodoss: Saturday ;ii -: 15 I'.M. Rabbii Mcsch< loff will ak mi "The Portion of the \\ 11 k". FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM "In Thy Name" will In the sublliis Friday night's lecture %  Cabbi Mescheloff. Cantor Mamche* will Ka.l in the cnniinunal The sen ice starts j •' %  imptlj :il ft M) P.M. D I'-M early i [or your scats. '"The Tabernacle" will be ihe sub• of the Rabbi's address dm tinSaturday morning services. Our will chant the services. RADIO HOUR 'he prodigy cantori Avremcle V sel, will Instarred i in our i M this Sunday al 3:00 I'.M over n \\ K il I. Cantor Maurice ches will also sing a nui ippn ipi iate mel lies Th< subl,. be cxpi winded by Rabbi chelofl will be "Ideals". \\ ill bi listening? M1NNIONAIRE PROGRAMS • >niM inniona res hav c i labi >rati 1 their Sunday morn inn minyanim lo include a scrnionettc b) one ol the boysi and a talk on "The Sid•lur" by "in Rabbi at the breakfasl tableMorris Selingood delivered an inspiring talk last Sunday morning. The Rabbi explained the fundamentals of the composition and origins of the Jewish "Prayer Book." Boys between the ages of 13 and l v are welcome Sunday mornings at 9, .mil at their regular meetings Wednesday night al 7:30 MIZRACHI RECEPTION A most unusual meeting is promCHILD GUIDANCE By Joseph A. Barman ised by the Miami Beach Mizrachi .ii our synagogue tinSaturday night. Il will lake the form of a reception for the renowned delegation i.i Rabbis Silver, Fpstcin and Kalmanaowitz. The child prodigy, A\reniele Amscl, will present a musical concert. Refreshments will be served after the meeting, (inly adults will be admitted. No admission charge. JR. & SR. HABANOTH Our senior Habanoth group will meet ai the in Monday nigh) al H P.M. I liscu --i >n i if imi,iinl the nexl | i III lake place. The jiinii >r 1 %  ili group will meet Thursdaj n ghl it 7 M> P M. I., discuss and pass upon their new constitution. Girls bi i w i in the ages of II and 17 arc ile in i me i ir the i ither i >i these two I labain .ill gr iiips. YOUTH GROUPS The A.Z-A. meets Sunday evenings at 7:30 P.M. Our Boj Seoul Iroop meets Tuesday nights al K:00 I'.M. (lur Young hid. a chapter meets Thursday al 00 P.M. (lur Jim %  ir l'i' 'mi r \\ en meet Thursday al r> IK) P.M. The Council of Jewish Juniors ,, i, %  %  other Tuesday night al 9 I P.M. CONDOLENCE < lur deepest sympathies an ex tended to the bereaved family o{ the laic Mr. Silvcrman and his many friends. One ol our pioneers. Iiiloss leaves a gap in the ranks of the founders of our community. | May the All Merciful console the bereavedTEMPLE ISRAEL FINE SADDLE HORSES Special Riding Instruction Moonlight Rides Riding from 7 A. M. to 3:30 P. M. North Miami Riding Academy LS575 N. E. 6th Ave. Phone 7-2022 j i +MAMMOTH FOOD STORES Over 3,000 Items for Your Selection 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU 55th Street at Biscayne Blvd.—1453 S W 8th Street "WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE" I The writer will be glad to answer any problem of his readers. Write in Ii in in care of this paper). Today I shall continue a discus siim of behavior patterns by classification. I have selected for discus sain four common unhealthy attitudes. Seclusiveness" and "Ex cess ve Day Dreaming" will be discussed here, while "Inability to Face Reality" and "Failure to Develop a state of Independence" will be developed in next week's issue. Seclusiveness, the tendency to remain by ones self, to hold ones self aloof from the group is one of these. The seclus've person feels shy. timid and fearful in a group or when in contact with strangers. In extreme cases, the individual becomes a nermit in the fullest of the word. Tin. indiv dual with a seclusive tendency should force himself to seek the companionship of others. One of the best ways to do this is by avoidance of a narrow life and by becoming interested in many activities and sin h as sport, athletics, membership ill clubs of various types and development of hobbies and avocations. All siiih art vities tend to bring us into friendly contact and competition with our fellows and instill in us the desire for BBSOciat On w .lh others. Excessive Day Dreaming is another C minion mental attitude which is unhealthy. A certain amount of day dreaming is dune by all of us. In small degree it is not abnormal, bul the ind vidual who resortto day dreaming to SUCh an extent that il takes time and energy away from productive effort and paralyzes initiative or who indulge* in day dreaming that is of a fantastic and bizarre type is treading on dangerous ground. This type of day dreaming is detrimental to mental health. Day dreaming results from our attempt to project ourselves into an imaginary situaton when we can feel more secure and more powerful. It is actually an attempt to escape reality and its distasteful and threatening situations. Day dreeaming and seclusiveness often go hand in hand. The seclusive person with no interests to occupy himself, unable to face reality often resorts to day dreaming through which he projects h niseif. into an imaginary world where he is all-powerful and where life consists only of pleasant experiences. 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6!>96 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 630 N. K. 31st St.—2-9548 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both Of the Rahlils will b in the Temple every morning. You may eoisuit with them os matters concerning the Jewis community, or ynipeisonal problems. Jon will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in strict confidence. CONGREGATIONAL "Ii,. not withdraw thyself from the congregation."Hillel. SABBATH EVE SERVICES Friday evening, February 9tli> at 8:15 I'.M.. Rabbi Colman A Zvv tni. in will deliver I In sermon "The I %  w il i .|" I 'lll'l" .-i ". TllC gUCSt speaker n ill be M rs. I a\ id (irei national chairman ol 'i '' Aliyah and services will be conducted by Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan. A reception lur members of the Congregation and visitors "ill follow tile services l-'ridaj evening under Temple Israel Sisterli I sponsorship. SABBATH MORNING SERVICES Saturday morning, February 10th, ai II V.M.i sen ices will be conducted by bulb Rabbis, with | pation "i v.". .in II mat %  >n class, SISTERHOOD Monday afternoon, February 12th. at 1 I'.M. the Temple Israel Sisterhood will sponsor a mah jong. bridge and game afternoon at the Kenmore Hotel. 1050 Washington Ave-. Miami Beach, given by Mis. Ah in Czech who will be hostess i the afternoon. Refreshments will be served and prizewill be awardedReservations may be bad by contacting Mrs. Czech or any of the Sisterhood officers. Admission charged will be fifty cents per per si III. MEN'S CLUB ORGANIZED January 31st at Kaplan Hall, the Temple Israel's Men's Club was organized with the objectives lo promote the spirit of comradeship and good will in the Jewish community. and create a spirit of Friendship and helpfulness; to acquaint its members with world, community ami domestic affair-. Mr. B. \V. Slote was electi d pi lent; I larold B, Spact, firsl \ ice : residi nt; I 'r. Albert I.. Rosenthal. second vi< president; Mr. Stanley Hodes, treasurer. Mr. William Homa, secrclarj ; I >r. Vlberl Augustine. I >r. Chas Beckwitt. Mr. Harry Boyell, Mr. Gordon Davis. Mr. Harry Gordon, Mr. J. K Frccliug. Mr. Henry Hohansi r. Mr. Kdward Israel, Mr. G. Louis Mendel-.. n. Mr. M1.Marcus. Mr, Myron M Newman, Mr. Louis Snetman. Mr. Lester Si in, I >r. S Cl arles WerbkJw and M r. 1 lerman \\ n inker. IN MEMOR1AM "May the Father of I'eace send 1 r.ua %  i all who mourn, and comi. irl tin bei us." At the erv ices this Fri laj e> i no| the following will be hallowed Yahrzeits, Jacob Fleischer, father of Mrs. Louis Snetman, Jay Lcboxit. husband of Mrs. Tillie Liebovit. Cecile Rosenthai, mother of Mrs. Herman Wall. Muriel Zwitman. mother of Rabbi Zwitman and Nathan Zwitman. May Adler and Jennie Hoffman. KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Ceoked and Smoked Meats DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN Now Obtainable Everywhere in Florida &z c i i ^



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•^1 c* '^ if> e Jewisfh Flariidliicii m COMBINING Title JIlBWUSlh HjfflStf \i!.. 13 No. 6 Ml \MI. I H>llll)\. I HID W I I Kill \UV '). I'Mil I'KICK HM.KVh B'nai B'rith Head Addresses Sholom Lodge 200 INITIATES IN MONSKY CLASS at \\ ill, „<., 600 in nlti ndan Temple lrai I W i dneda> I i ninp. B'nai B'rith Sholcui I "'I-'played IICI-I iii ll.ni> I Monsky, intcrnationul president "I the Order, who, with Iiiwife and some of llit* members nf ilir K\ifilli\• (Committee, ranie here from Tampa, where the Exerulive Committee of B'nai B'rilh, Ihe TAMPA, 1 la. -Voicing B plea that 11 %  •I nited Stale* maj I"kepi mil ol war. Henry Monsky. president ul B'nai B'rilh Sunduj pledged ihe I.' mi miters "in lull dc> ution to llu i. ii f peai r in Vim i ii a." in Iiire porl I" ihe opening -i %  -ion of llu two-day '"iili annual meelina ol B'nui Iii iiliI'.M -i uii\ r i oinmittee, "I he paramount imporlanee nf peace aiul unil) in Vmeriea, he -aid. "rinpha-i/iihe Hi "Night of Stars" Disaster Takes Heavy 7, ToBeGala Event /;j Na zi-Occupied Polan Toll d effort* i' preserve democratic Iradi* nunami in prolerl our free nation oldest and largest national JewUh orfrom the impart of phil ganlsation in the country, ''MII annual meeting. Dr. Jaeob II. Kaplan delivered t Iiinvoeation opening the program. J. An.ii Vhholt, president f Sholem Lodge, made an ail.lr.--ol welcome ami was followed Ii) Mrs. Levin, president f the newl} organized I adies Auxiliar) who, on behalf "f her organization, welcomed Mrs. Monsky ami the visiting ladies present. Louie Heiman presented the \. /. A. initialinn, followed bj Rosemary Orson who rendered a musical selection. Jurk Abbott then introduced the DeI'lilMl leld its compatible with the Vineriean eonrepl •if a race of free men. To llu* accomplishment "I iliiobjective, the B'nai B'rith hadedicated itself." B'nai B'ritli, which represents 'a ir i i iuii of the Vmerican Jewish community," realizes "lit.1.1 %  --itiuof peace an.I the tragic consequences "f war." and "joins with il"great mass nf tin vmerican public in the fervent prayer and hope that oui r ilrj Ilia) lkept ..ul of war." Mr. Moilak) asserted. Reaffirming previous B'nai B'rith declarations condemning Communism <-. ~ and asserting that Communism "igrrc Irani beaded b) Abe Aronovits, e quallj as hateful*' and "as danger with Burnett Roth, Loula Heiman, Sidney I.. SegaU, Dr. Harold Hand, unil Joseph I. Davis. In a beautiful impi curve ceremonial with the degree Irani in full rrgalia and the lights dimmed, the initiation "f the Hear) I.. Monsk) Class >>f 201) was conducted. •Tinceremony," stated Mr. Monsky, "was performed in a moat creditable manner an.I at well aI hawever seen." Alvin Kariuof Charleston, S. <".. preaident of the Fifth district, was introduced bl Isaac Levin. Mr. Karon-" as are Nazism and Fascism, Mr. Monsk) renewed the pledge of B'nai B'rith "i" rarrj on the fight against ami opposition to all political ldeol> ogles ami movements -m-h as Communism, Nazism and Fascism, which mi nace democracy. Mr. Monsky also asked the B'nai B'rilh Executive Committee "to approve the policy which I have been pursuing of lending the man power ami resources of the B'nai B'ritli in greater measure than ever In-fore toward the upbuilding of Palestine be' %  •turn's I tin i nice. il f.,r unrelenting %  : nil in this, the sixth annual show f. r llic IV elf an Lea R. K \ Hi r. in chai am ••cuts, thai half of the seatsin the Olyinpia Theatre :.lready ha\. been ihl for tl c benoiw, ;i11.1 calls attention to I < lacl that if tick then %  I i r. II.I %  been lined the S .'-". The U ival Palm Club: l-my Martin, moiic sin inj star. \be Lyman. The I >c M arc >%  it 'landing lancei s; lv %  i Rlainc. e; Shea and Kaymond and :i chorus of thirty beauties phie Tucker STARVATION AND I ; ; 0< CUP1ED 1 L/ ID Tin Fed. ration di %  %  ll %  III 1: -i tlj till i mitt -Kan il\ i ," i hi 1 luiii %  ai S ictii .both %  '. i • —: I' 11 Nazi %  linns, stan itiol I disease, il iva. ,:l '' 1 "' 1 Jewish. I theii bi -i i i ... to relicxe tin-e conditions hut tinirncd he! <• tli task i 'i -In Itct inj • feeding 'Iof the it •-ettfi i %  ,.., ;,,,,,: .. |,. ;. ,,„, tinii of -IiiPolish ci\i!: I i be borne by the charitabli lie of .i untrj alon •" athercd by in titral obsi r • %  .1 |n luiii the • tinBritish and I Shocked by lh of untold cruelty and siifferii N'azi Poland, a nroup of French writers, including Jules Ro mains, Paul Valery and G< Duhainel, issued a statement dc.n.'i .. • it-i II -I > %  • > %  jack Dempsey's: Sonouncina the "unprecedented bar"Amerca's firsl lady barity of the German Army and if the nitcht clubs"; Singer Joan German authorities in the svestei i vbbott, and VattRhn Monroe and p 0 |j sn provinces-" The writ* rs his orchestra; Club Continentale: cnr(| i|u memp{ |o ex|crminaU ., loc I'L< wis. America > ( lown ',, ,. „. .„ nation which is an uulispensable Prince; Frazec Sisters, song duo; and dancers Leon and Mace; Car.member of ihe European family, rousal: Benny Fields, the M hilt was n '. i i!i -1 In re thai pulsi ft ania back into ed I by ihi -i ci il mil Prcmi is, which k-1 timi Lithuani in nient I .'. with tl tii .ii if 1 '.ili-h Jews in its i in behalf of the Polish war refugees in Lithuania. inin a brief address touched upon cause it affordsuch a splendid oppor ihr highlights of B'nai B'rilh work tunllj for the resettlement and r. Ci and its varied important activities thai it is earning on today, anil in turn introduced Henrj Monsky. Mr. Monsky made an eloi|ii been acclaimed everywhere ami the *a-t ami far reaching effect of the Ami Defamation work. Mr. Monsk) emphasised that B'nai B'rithwas an organization not for a particular cause or purpose, but a service organization toll. Ip and work for and give service 10. anything that arises when it will benefit people directh or indirectly. The B'nai B'rith president has a long service record behind him. He is a trustee for Father Flanagan'! Boy's Town, has been president of the Nrhraska ronfrrrnee o/ social work, a mrinbrr of thr Omaha Welfare Board and president of Ihe Omaha council of Boy Srouts. Other honor gursts. also member! of the organization's national executive committee, iniiudrd Sigmund Livingston. Chicago, national chairman of the Anti Defamation League; Richard Oudstadt, Chicago: David Cordon, Oakland, Calif.: Dave Robinson, Portland. Ogc; Louis Fabrirant, NewYork, national vice president! Aaron Drook, Detroit, and Benjamin Sam%  ela, Chicago. The program was concluded with the benediction by Rabbi Max Shapiro, followed by ihe reception held in Kaplan Hall, at which time a huge cake suitably inscribed in the form of a telegram, was presented to Mr. Monsky. habilitation of lh cuii.in" virtims of perse NATIONAL HADASSAH DAY PROCLAIMED strel Man; and Mary Burton. bombshell of ; Drum: Sheila Barrett, outstanding impersonator; sinner Irmnarde; Paddock Club; Frances Fayc. hot-ch singing favorite; comedians Rogers and Morris; singing Lewis Sisters, and Lenny Kent. MC ; Versailles: MC. Samtii) Walsh, lovely s"-n er Caryl Could, Elaine and Barry danc ers. According to com, etenl Polish iiirces here. Hei uin Coering. the Reich's econoi lies dictator, has unleashed a can dgn "i confiscation of i" I fro i the local population I'.r the benefit of Germany, precipitating an acute food shortagi among Poles and JewsBread and potatoes li.ue become extremely ran in western Poland, il was retrenu c priciaiii' i 'el •Ml Nazis Press Mass Expulsion Paris fVV'NS) Explusion of Jews from the "protectorate," orginally scheduled i" start February I, was launchid lasl week, Inline the established dealine (or Jewish emigration, according to reliable advices reaching Czech official circles here. Jews in the '"protectorate" had ho| ed thai the date set for Jewish expulsion might somehow be postponed, preparing meanwhile to moboli/c all available necessities as a precaution againsl epidemics and exported, and fooi ins sk\-high. A proclamation scoring "men and nations who resort to war and spurious theories to settle the r conflicts" ami designating February 12th as National Hadassah Education Day was made public here today by the local chapter oi Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Organization of America. According to Mrs. Sam Simonhoff. president of the local chapter the. Hadassah Education Day will be celebrated during a regular meeting taking place on February 12th at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Dorothy Prick, education chairman, la in charge of the meeting. The program will feature an in teresting film depxting adventures and experiences of young people under the care of Youth Aliyah. The proclamation which is being circulated this week throughout community centers, synagogues and schools in 500 cities asks Hadassah members to "reaffirm the-r belief that knowledge and under standing can be forceful guides to living and action." It says further: "We hope to bring to our members and to their communities a renewed awareness of the necessity for constructive education as an PALESTINE ABSORBS LAR6E NUMBER] New \ rk fWN'S)V total 27.19.3 Jews entered Pah -' %  %  %  : of tin in between September 3 an i, -, mber 31. during 1939, disclosed this week Palestine Appeal. A breakdown of the immigration figures revealthat during that year Palestine absorbed more .lewthan the quota for immigration into the United States. It was stated als. that 16.370 ot the immigrants came in on certificates provided by the Palestine Government to the Jewish Agency for Palestine, and the balance, numbering 10.823. constituted refugees who entered the country without certificates. As a warning i" the Jews thai the expulsion would begin in can < -' lewish shops in Cracow, inon the first of the month, the <'.<•%  „,, ni i selling food, were tapo l< aded several hundred Jews ., ; b } Gestapo agents and theii o" two cattle trains and transported i arrested for 'speculation." them to an unknown destinal Si ation and i l s. it is bethe reporl said. Iie\cd here arc inevitable bj S| Innformation reaching here si al A reks % %  confirm* '1 n ports that tin notorious Gestapo leader Klein. in1111.'<' ...••-low -i was j- f 7 LI v '' r n s brutal treatment ol by the L'niteil t,mOaSSy UnaOlC i, u during th.-ir forced deportaTo Issue Visas approach to the problems and complexites of American and Jewish life "We believe that this can be dune through an examination of the rich cultural heritage of the Jewish people; through a survey of its position in Europe. Mrs. Joseph Williamson, charman of local Youth Aliyah. seccured the film. Kew York (WNS).—The American Embassy in Moscow is not authorized t" issue immigration visas and .lews wishing to immigrate t. tion to Lublin from Kazi-occupici Polish cities, had been transferred in Prague to effect the mass expulsion ni "o.txKi Jews from the "protectorate" starting February i In preparation for the mass expulsion. the Gestapo leader ordered all Jews .III.) .VCTO ..^. i...(, .< %  r-the United States from Soviet-oc.cuin Bohemia-Moravia to submit dcpied Poland must obtain visa..' an American Consular Ot'ficc in some other country, according to information of Polish Jews in America this week. The Federation queried the State Department after it had received numerous requests ir.mi American lews and Gentili who have rc-latailed lists of their belongings. These orders were issued orally to leaders of Jewish communities, who in turn conveyed them verbally to individual Jews, with use of mail and telephone for this purpose prohibited. It was further disclosed that de-; it( the Nazi ultimatum to Jews lives in the parts ol Poland occuto emigrate by February 1, nurses pied bj ilu Ki.l Army. Although and chemists were beinf prevented [ ..,are not now being issu d at 'from leaving. Warsaw, the Federation was in-1 Meanwhile, mobilization "f Jewformed that the American Consul ish physicians in Berlin i ; expected will resume issuing visas at the carbecause of a shortage of medical liest possible date. | staff members, 'r