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The Jewish Floridian ( February 16, 1940 )

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* ^ (c t* & wJewish IFIIoiriidliiai in COMBING Tlhte Jhewiislh annuity VOL. 13 — No. 7. MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1940. PKIC.K III CENTS Wilcox Evans to Address Youth Democracy Rally Brotherhood A Youth and Democracy Rally ored by the Youth organizations ii this area including the Y. Mil A-. Y M CV Greater Miami lli-Y groups. (Irder of I %  Molay, Dade County Council oi Bo) Scouts : \ erica, V-Z.A. and th N'atii >n 'i ith Vdi in >trai %  n, will bi In '.I \\ c ilni >da> even n. I i bruar) 21st. -it > o'cli >ck .u the Mian I li| h Schoi i \uditi riunii 21th AM-, and S.W.I -i Stn eti M ian i. This meeting ^ ill stress tIi> r dedication ol Vi nth i" the principles of I > mocracj. "I In imperative need for the understanding and the education "i ; for present day youth cannot be overemphasized," stated Joseph A. Hen ..' %  • \ catii mal I lirecti f the various youth organizations will be seated on the stage. In charge of the arrangements program are Stanley Ratner, IrvIng G nsburg and Harold Bamberg; and publ'city, Melvin Ri*har8son, Irving Freedmon, Stanley Ratner and Irw!n Chernick. Brotherhood Week Nationally Observed More tl an !.< I lioiil the ci mil tin seventh annual observance of rh -I \\ eek. i be hi Id Feb. IS-25. ii was announced by I >rF.vR. Clinchy. director of the nal Conference %  I Chi si in and Jews under whosi auspices the >bsi : lance will be hclil. Pile i liciuc of this j i ,II'i ibscn ance w b 'Tli. Pn -. ill Crisis in Iluuian Krl.iiions In Miami Brothcrl 1 week will be observed bj the Young Men's Hebn Vssociaton with \lr. Maur. ice Grossman, executive director and Dr. Samuel Beckmam cultural chairman, in charge, Sunday evening. Februarj 25th, at the Y clubrooms. 1567 SW. ~iIi St.. Miami. David Sholtz. former governor of Florida. will be the principal speaker and a musical program will also be presented. The Round Table Conference composed of Jews, Protestants and Catholics will observe Brotherhood Week with a luncheon Sunday afternoon at the Alcazar Hotel. In announcing the date i : Br %  therhood Week, DrClinch) said: "In tb peril "I id crisis bi • i hi r hood .!'"• mg Vmericans hi nines .i national necessity. Ihcre is an urgent need oi niainlaii i re < inr .! unity and ci mail) dixisii ctivel) it work a ii-i ( lontinued i I a %  > The American Task By Rob rt A. Ashworth. I). D. Nal ional Secretary of Brothei Week. The %  .< ..I %  ial I i cietj im>t | 'ti %  make the State p i\\ rful, bill id." If wi .il' e thi a must \vi irk fi>r I'caci i> t Justice, for Brotherho 1 'I he -ii it 'Irei K scln Jar if Rngland I iilbi n M urra) • has pointed out recently that man became civilized first when he was abh t i i :a|>e into the cit) walls and Find shelti r and s< uril. bcasi and human i ncin i thai man is able to be liberal mil) when lie has the feeling of security, %  %  i a margin i sur]ilus, ..i a sensi of inner ease. All ..i* thai n nd security disappear with the com nu "i war. Nationil.-ir.i\ the cites "i life. i and IIK n become slaves to their | fear-. iiituKranl and terrified Therefore, civilization and liberali-i ii are dependent upon the maintenance of peace, at leasl in one | part of tin' world one part "i the world where men will not be transformed into hunted and haunted savages but where they will be able througl security t" afford the innsablc luxuries oi tolerance. kindliness and brotherhood. \ ( md ci ininii >n task fi r nil is the achievement of new levels of hu n h pint uril 1 Ii an nbji %  I 11 ontinui .1 oi Page 12 1 Welfare "Night of Stars" Presents Array of Talent \n.'. • % %  %  %  Gn aii r Miami has m rcn iil ; aradc b< h ire a capacil %  ii \! i iiida) c\ enii i I Tin .it n fi ir tin benefit ( tin lew i-li \\ clfare Bureau. In a thn i In iiir -Ii. i\v el i'i" b alit) i i!n r \ acatii uting i >r v\ rkin here will entertain ill the mammolli -In i\\ starting at v :.?ll ; llarn Richman ami his in,mlii r%  if the entertain mittec, I in-ami I limn. S I'ucker. Joe K. Lewis. Kddic %  .lack I lempsc) i' I -.n ian ha\ e iila -In iw thai H ill br m. i than 1 M t headline names oi the theatre, screen radio, lliuht chili .m.l sports \\.irld 1. 1 tin-t ir HI the II) inpia. \l asti r if ccrctiK m> honi ir be shared by Kddic Garr, of the Sunny Isles. Dun Walker, N V News columnist ; Louis Sobol, N \ Journal-American columnist; Samiii) Walsh, ni the Versailles Club: Don Lanning. of I>• in Lamm. '-• and 'tin rOther performers will include Abe l.yinan. Terry Lair. the De Marcos. Shea and K i nioiid. Tcrr\ Lavvlor, the VarsitRight, all of tin Royal Palm CI S <\ hie Tucker Vaughn Monr • anil Joan \b butt, ni .lack I'svy's; loe I' • %  i Sistei : and Ma I tin lul %  di ; La 1 •, I i %  • %  • Welfare Auxiliary Soortsors Mother Daughter Program Th annual Mother and I laughj ter's I la) pri gram spoil n il b) tin I.a.lies Vuxiliary of the Jewish \\ fan Bureau will be held Mon lay afternoon February 19th, a! 1 P.M.. at the Rvans Hotel. Miami Beach Mrs Ida Optner, president, will : ntroduci Rabbi Vbraham A. Kellner who H give tin invocation. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, guest speak. er. will have as ins subject "Mothers in Israel". Mr-Harold Turk. Mrs. Evelyn Nan..-, and Miss Maxinc Kantor will also be presented on the program, which will be concluded with the benediction by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Honored guest of the afternoon \\ 11 be a member who ithe mother of the youngest daughter. Mrs. Nat Williams. Greeting guests will be the hospitality committee. Mr-Harry Magid. Mrs Hen Slote and Mrs. M. 1.. Marcu-. In charge .'I an i". I ments are Mrs. Morris Cowan. Mrs Melvin Davis, and Mrs. Herbert Simon. The public is cordially invited to attend. Brotherhood The Ten Commandments 1. 1 will repudiate the idea that those who disagree with me are not good Americans. 2. I will not allow racial or religious differences to determine my vote. 3. 1 will appreciate what others than my own group have done to make America great. 4. I will try to understand the background of those of other religious loyalties. 5. 1 wiil help to create mutual respect and trust between members of different religious and racial groups. 6. I will cooperate heartily with those of other faiths in work for the common good. 7. I will always protest when those of other faiths are defamed. 8. 1 will not be misled by false doctrines of race nor claim superiority to others on the ground of race alone. 9. 1 will apply the Golden Rule to those of all races and religions and treat them as I should like to be treated. 10. 1 will pray for those of other faiths than my own and prize their prayers for myself. irde. ii, and \\ and Bodie. I Carrousi!; V I'i iiningi in. I.am Allan and Vim Page, mont Club : F.ddii larr tin K son TH in. ii" tin Sun til Isle< hvi n and I'arki r, 11< unel i (in %  n and Jem Krugei Kill;,': Sail my W ilsh, Cai and I -..ili -; Tiuii Lane. Ruth i I Joi Ca| : o. of the Club Bali; Li i I iclds, I MI. II and J i an and Stuarl of tin Roadside R< -i ; N'ii '• %  Sett. Tubb) Rives of the Xut Club; I Ii M I.ami ng. Mac Mack. and Marie l.ewi-. ,,i 1 Ion I. an:: I Paul Mall. Four Gentlemen • t Rhythm, of the Rsqutn Cub: Marty Bohn, Nancy Lee Harry B) i"ii and Jackie of Jeff's; John Hali %  Marilyn I Hike. Zander Stern ami Bob Brown "i the Bar of Music the entire show from the Russian Bear; Frances Faye. Lewis Sisters; Rogers and Morris and Lenny Kim of the Paddock; Sonya Zaranoff. .f the Five O'Clock Club. Among the lintels contributing are the Miami Biltmore with Klvir.l Rios. John L'ppman and Castaine and Barrie; Hollywood Beach II. teh with lane I'ickenand %  • In i Roncy Pla/a with Parry I Georges and Jalna. Terr) La : C'ini. Sara Ann McCabe, Arthlll Murrav 1 lancers and tin r. Vnd added to thai long list • %  • • I be Ben H '. |1|| ( [.oil Ross. the Kit/ Brothei rctt Hort rein Jessi I. .i 1 :. l> II 1 ai % %  : ,'' i J < Youth Aliyah Receives Allocation TAMPA. I'I. \. — Scouting was made an integral ; art of the program "i the B'nai B'rith, meeting n itannual session authorized the creation of a National B'nai B'rith •tee .n S utin which will sine as a liaison between B'nai B'rith and the Bi Si its of Vmer ca. Una: B'rith also appropriated $.'5(i(i to Youth Miyah. This ,the third appropriation made by B'nai B'rith to Youth Aliyah since 193* The F.xecutivc C immittee also reaffirmed B'nai B'rith's stand in port "i the boycott of all Get goods and services, voting ti %  %  >w< r the B'nai B'rith Ri mitt ei. In uli'l by I lav i'i Ri ib inson. ni Portland. Oregon, t' tinue to c operate with all other agencies engaged in the anti-Nazi boycott.



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1940. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor SORORITY ELECTS OFFICERS 1 i I ENTERTAINS M r. and Mrs. Si %  Goklstrom w ( re h -:• 1 party at the "Blossom opera Saturday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mon* il Omaha. Nebraska. Included in the part} were Mr, and Mrs. Le 1 and Mr, and Mr-. HerMr. Mon sky 1 national president 1 ll'nai B'rithi with Mrs. Monskyi Al the n >i the Tri Beta Sorority hcIdW'idncsda} e\en• ilu home "i llarryette Katz the annual elccti' >II "t officers n ..held. Muriel S;i\it/ was elected \ni ; Lillian Rubin. N ice president: Ina Steuer, n. tarj ; B( lla Shaff o rn inu seen tai I'. arl I !in> • Sunda) in Palm Beach ,i> the treasurer, and ,1 >ycc >ri auditor. esi of Chaim Wcitzmani leaving llowii tor Jackson* RUMMAGE NEEDED 1 cau K 1. in nand. U %  Il \\ i ce in %  Il bundles v r, Appi lintcd as ch lirmen er< 11 in. publicit) : Ruth K welfare and Kthel • • CEI.EBR \! i: WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. S 1 s %  !, : their forty-fifth w< a dinner Sunday Palatial K urant, w th members of their family pri nl. 1 iuests p were Mr. ai .1 M rs. Is doi I son Louis, MisIda S hwartz, Mr. Urs. Jai k S hwai tz and son Alvin, Mr. A. Cameron of Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Seh I of Chicago and Mrs. Rutl Schwartz. SPECIAL MEETING CALLED A special meeting lias !> en called by the Greater Miami Workmen's C rele Branch 692 for Tuesday evening February 20th at 8:30 P. M. at the Beth Da id Talmud Torah for the purpose of de c .1 ng whi ther to have a convalescent institute n in Florida. All membei 9 and friends w ho arc interested are urged to attend. VISITS HERE \\ Y., is visit ing her sister and bn I %  in-law. M r, •.'!'! M is. Jai %  • v w'll I'cma 11 here for se> • VI All JONGG I' VRTY TO BE 111 I I) H. Koretsky w at a M -• red by I Women's 11 home 1552 Collii %  at 2 P. M. • w 1 Myers, J. A :. V. man. A. !'. W li. II. London and S. H. I.uts members are cordially attend. • • SPINOZA GROUP MEETS Professor Wm. X. McMaster addressed the Spinoza Group last Saturday afternoon on the subject "Reading Scripture as Literature."' Next Saturaday afternoon the group "ill meet as usual on the lawi 1059 Collins Ave., Miami Beai h at P. M. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will speak on "The Human Mind." Before the lecture oup II listen to the opera bro i.l.a ited from the Metr ipol tan Op. ra House. Open discussion follows the lecture. There is no charge. The publ c is ii vited I tend. INIT1 VTION HELD Thi Mia %  f A Z. \. • he oril 1. Ptai li v Si er. I : %  I' Si-Pg 1 ; \ \ I v -. 1 ieb b lace at I 7th. CARD PARTY TO BE HELD The Pioni er \Y men's 1 lion 1 't" Greater Miami for Pal will hold a card part} Sund ing. March 3rd, al the Retl \tiil toriuni, \l ian i, ..1 1(1 \ .i T• %  -11 c.i(I ,r will bi refn thuicnts ser\ ed. ,. : i fifty cei nd tickets from any member ..r at th. %  1 friends II I and tl .... • TO GIVE SUPPER The Greati 1 Miami \V ; : %  B92 will hold m 18th al fi p, the Y. M. II. A. The im will be H \)' mi friend: tend. RFSIDENT DIES %  li 11. Israel 1 | %  ng al V*. he was 1 V1 a., a n He survived by h dow, Mrs. doi;' and a son, II ward S. Rosendoi : '. [ REV.J.MALEK Experienced MOHEL PICKWICK INN RESTAURANT IS2 S. Elt St. I I CHARCOAL for BROI! I Chili Breakfast, Lunch. Dim.., MRS. GRACE GR Ai Supervising RIDE THE FLORIDA SUNBEAM COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED PHONE 2-0828 300 N. W. 16th Ave. £J* iW9* % la*Vi# '*" "y HEINZ A VEGETARIAN SOUP is made to suit the taste of the "mevin"—the Jewish family. The Heinz chefs don't dare to compete with the Jewish housewife. They just copy her recipe and her methods. The soup is made the small batch way WITHOUT MEAT OR MEAT STOCK, of course. It's a delicious blend of garden-fresh vegetables. NOT A CONDENSED SOUPI 16 full ounces of soup. Nothing to add! Just heat and serve! Retains all of the original flavor. Approved by THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA The seal of" approval (\J\ k on the front of the label HEINZ FOODS EVELYN D I p A C MINNIE oln Rod ^ '^Uncoil C ICI Pat.o L'NGERIE HOSIERY SWEATERS P L. n, dnd ACCESSORIES Reasonably Priced Open Evenings AT MIAMI STORE Man. GUESTS AT YOUR TABLE FOR 7Q YEARS THE SHORT-CUT to Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Detroit. Lv. Miami 7:00 P. M. Through sleeping cars for Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit. Through coach to Detroit. Direct route from Florida via Hampton. Travel in comfort and safety at low cost —in coaches and Pullman cars. Lounge car, dining car. Consult T. W. Luckett, A. O. P. A. 173 E. Flogler Si.,Miami. Phone 3-8392 SEABOARD RAILWAY SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM Edrle's "N unmor Re 3 uldrly $5.00 $2.50 Nurimor is a concentrated, super-rich cream—a blessing to city skins—a double blessing to dry skins. This half price offer is to seek new converts to this beauty aid. Miss Clau Larkin, Salon Consultant. BURDINES. MIAMI STORE. STREET FLOOR MIAMI AND THE BEACH M



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1940. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE rt Council News Mrs. Benjamin Levine, President, advises thai Tuesday. February 27th. (luring her stay was among the Mel-'of us have egates entertained ;it a tea in the White House by Mrs. Roosevelt. Principal address will be given by Dr. R. 1.. McNicoll, faculty member i>f the University >f Miami whose subject will be "Pan Anierione or more defects, at 1 P.M.. at the Evans Hotel. Micanism and the European War." ami Peach, the annual Children's Aid Luncheon will be held. Subscription is $<>.(KI for Miami Section members anil $2.00 for guests. The Childrens Aid Fund is for the purpose of bringing children from foreign countries to America. ranging in ayefrom ten to fifteen >earThese children are subsidized to homes in order to enable these youths to complete their education am! to find a vocation to maki them self-supporting after they finish their school education. Th< National Council "i Jewish Women as .i rcci >KII zed agencj > re i n sole control in I9.HJ b> the United Stalel'e'li ral (V >\ el lllllelll I I brill over and stipeni/c these bovs ami girls. M is. I r\ inu Ki rbli y. Chain Children \il for Miami S and her cimimittec are endea r in iliiyear In no %  '\ er the lop and at lite same lime |ji\e lho*< a I the luncheon thai afternoon i program thai will lonu be rein mbiri I. The committee is arranging an allprofessional musical show and we have the p rot nisi thai the l"iicl to be set v ed ill nu er be *ui in ilic Cit) of Miami. Mi ibei anil friends of Miami Section we urge you all lo support this fund and spend a i Ira-.mi afternoon with us. The weekl) l-'oruni sponsored by ihe National Couficil of Jewish Women Miami Section will 1"held Friday afternoon at 2 P.M. at the Evans Hotel. The personality garden will inaugurate a series sketches of outstanding American Women, and the first will be given by Mrs. Harry Barnhard on Mrs Franklin l> RooseveltMrs. Barnhard just returned from the National conference on the Cause and t lire of W ar held in W ashinv i >n and WOLPERT' N FURNITURE* BARGAINS! "W Refuse To Be Undersold 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 The musical numbers will be presented by Mrs. C. Roy Angelli vocalist, assisted by Mrs. Charles Martin-Vcgue. pianist. The study course on the Jewish Poets in America in the 19th Century will be given by Mrs. I. M Wienstein. CHILD GUIDANCE By Joseph A. Berman (The writer will be gkul p> answer 111} problem of hireader-. W rile to him in care %  if ilnpapi r-1 Today's column completes the articles i MI unhealthy mi ntal attitudi and beh i\ii : atterns ''Inabilitj li i fact Reality" and "Failure In l>eStall i Independence'' an two \ ei \ common unhealthy mental altitudes. Inability to face reality often :.'-•• %  nl %  cir chilih en I Icpei i • them. o\ er-proti ctii nil >\er-in luLiiithem. Children for whom e\ i rj thing is d< >ne cum >l c i lifficull problems in later life I. fe, for tinp.rMI who -' eks to run "' I; ;iwa\ from reality in-lead ol facing u anil conquering it. becomes a scrI ies of escapes from all realities. ,opporti \nd many seek escape in a way thai seriously impairs their menial, healthOne who fails to face difficulties when they present themselves during the early formative years, later in life reactin a simi. either physical or mental. We must realize tin-. Also, we must realize that n therefore follows that most of us are trying to overcome these delect-, through compensatory pro. ceduresFor example. Demosthenes, possessing a speech defect became a noted orator. Napoleon, physically inferior, set out to control and dominate the world. The boy in school, because of retarded intellectual development, is unable to compete successfully with his fellow pupiland so compensates himself for that failing bj -e.km. success through athletic achievement. However, many in their effort to adjust themselves to their defects, cither oxer-compensate or iindercompensate. This unhealthy attitude ti nils to product i \i. • and distorted personalities. ire to develop a state of independence i-till another unhe iltlij menial attitude. \youngsters, we annaturally d pendent :i| MI out ; ar. nl.mil eldl : II w ei c r. a wi gn i\\ in j ears, this di peiulence should lessen mud the tune an ives n h all -hackle-. It should be a gradual pri ICI --• I'h :a iii rn al t eaction. Often, however, we fail to develop this independence and continue de| enih nl upon iihers, TI i causes for this are mail) but u-uall\ re-i in faulty early training, in being raised in an cn\ roimienl where We are made to depend Upon and lati r offered little i ir no \T FOl'RTEEXTll TERR ACL PHONE 3-4669 MIAMI BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS L. & H. MILLER CO. 38 YEARS IN ALL TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION No Building Too Large or Too Small "BUILDERS OF ANYTHING" 1632 PENN AVE., MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-4816 | Brotherhood • Ireel iiitri DRINK N fi H I PAR T-PAK • ROYAL CROWN COLA NEHI BOTTLING CO. 540 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-6287 l\sl RFI) SAVINGS MORTG V(.I. In v\s INSURED SAVINGS ...... —, MORTGAGE LOANS % % % %  ) %  —. %  DRDE FEDERAL snvincs nno Loan nssotmnon OF mi Riff I 45 N. E. First avenue at the corner of First street LOW COST LONG TERMS Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. LIPTON, President .J



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PAGE FOUR TXZ JEWISH 7L0UDUM wJewist) IFKoriiclli& r PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Second Avenue [ J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor I B'NAI B'RITH m NOTES %  Harold Turk. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1 6, 1940 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered •• second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year -... St.00 Six Mcnths -• $1.00 VOLUME 13—No. 7 FEBRUARY 16. 1940 It will be the policy of this column to have members of the B'nai B'rith. who arc Chairman of Committees or particularly active in iome branch of B'nai B'rith activities, to write ami inform the membership through this medium about %  uch activities. • • Several events of outstanding importance are scheduled for the coming week in which B'nai B'rith, and its members continuing their leadership, are actively interested. The Miami Chapter of the National Conference of Christians and .lews, under the leadership of Frances P. Locke, is to hold a luncheon in connection with National Brotherhood Week, on Friday. February 16th. Benjamin Bronston, the Jewish ci -chairman, has invited many leaders in the community to participate in the go id-will luncheon, On Monday evening the Night of Stars program, which has the ac tive support and hearty endorsement of B'nn B'rith, is to be held w'th Br >thcr R. R. Adler playing his usual active role. It is important that all Ben Bi iths support the Youth in Democracy Program being sponsored by A. '/. A., the Junior B'nai B'rith organizat on, together with COMING EVENTS my money I'm going down the hue February 21—Youth and Detuoc-, with him starting right now (or a racy Rally, Maim Senior High 3 r< J Term. With his main objective School, sponsoredI jointly by JM. I thc building of j^ H.A.. B uai Brith. UeMolay, „ Boy Scouts, and other cine organi-* Cent lm SUre h has c .upMain speakers: Honorable P rt of ,he entlre community. .\I and Reverend Hick zations Mark Wile EvansI'ebruary 22—Washington's Birthday Rally at l!.iv front l'ark. I'ebruary 25—Brotherhood Week Rally. Sunday night, February 25. (iuesi speaker, Former governor Dave Sholtz. Fine musical program. Purpose of this meeting t" cr ite a belter understanding and inlm. Ii vv %  Dcbetvvcen Christians and tails next week. I' S\\ < received oui rl citi' n from tin I del it c % %  man) thanks, WHO'S WHO ON THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS is one of Miami's most brilliant attorneys. A bachelor. Irving Querido—A recent valuable asset to the board Irv has done h bit in offering suggestive aid as well as physical aid. Promises to become .. real "V" patriarch. Is affiliated with the June Dairy { u. Migrated to Miami from Brooklyn, N 1 where he was born April |_\ '"• %  Married J yen.. Dr. Harold Rand -Has risen of x great heights Brotherhood Week For Jews, throughout the ages, have always been the glad bearers of tidings of amity, good will and understanding to their neighbors, the celebration and observance of Brotherhood Day all other young groups' at the Mii; but the carrying into effect of true Judaism. Here in the land cf sunshine it is a happy fact that all of us. be we Jew, Catholic or Protestant, have recognized the contributions of Jefferson, Adams, Madison, Lord Baltimore, Roger Williams and others who established the very foundations upon which America was built.. Happily, we have learned the lessons ef the American traditions and principles of civil and religious liberty. Brotherhood Day. properly, does not urge church unions. Rather it emphasizes faith and loyalty to one's own group. It engages in no religious controversy.. It does emphasize those social and communal tasks which are of common concern and interest, and call, and calls for co operation from all. Brotherhood Day proclaims that Jews, Catholics and Protestants in their religious beliefs and rituals may be as separate as fhe fingers in an outstretched hand, while in their impact upon common undertakings which good citizenship re quires, they should be as united as a man s clenched fist The present world crisis is not entirely due to the breakdown of the economic and political structure of society. Its cause can be traced to the failure of man to give primacy to conscience and to moral values. All commodities have risen in value, but human life is cheap and considered almost worthless. Brotherhood Week should arouse in us a realization of the high worth and incalculable value of the human personality. It pleads for more than mere tolerance. It calls for mutual love, understanding and respect between members of various religious groups. Only such love and understanding will assure us that democracy will flourish in America. ami Senior High School, on Wednesday evening February J 1st. Rev. Dick Evans and Hon. Mark Wilcox will deliver the principal address) I. Too much credit cannot be g'.ven to A. Z. A. for nitiating this celebration. To culminate -the activity for week. B'nai B'rith is taking an important part in the celebrations being planned for Wash ngton's Birthday, under the leadership of the Florida Congress on Democracy, in which we are all vitally interested. Members are urged to attend the luncheon of all club groups which is being given public ty; and are requested to attend the monster pubVic Democracy rally to be held at Bayfront Park on the 22nd Between Trie Lines By Lester K. Stein An open letter to the People of the Book: Dear Brother and Sister Jews: When a Jewish book goes through sis printings in only three years, it's not mily amazing, but the book it self must Inphenomenal. At the risk of repeating myself, may I suggest that you read Marvin Lowenthat's THE JEWS OF GERM W'Y You remember how fascinating you found his A WOK 1,11 PASSED BY —how intriguing bis MEMOIRS J feeling Jew with a heart and a mind GLUCKAL VON Jewish Marquise HAMELN de Sevigne— OF the well, here in one book is not only the fascination of the former, the intrigue of the latter, but. in addition, the thrilland chills of a mystery thriller, and the faith and hope of the Psalmist himself. It is the best and the most complete interpretation of Jewish life in Germany from the beginning till now. and even beyond—a history and a prophecy. \t only Si 75 the Jewish Publication Society (Philadelphia. Pennsylvania), is practically giving the book away. While we're on the subject of thc Jewish Publication Society's books, just think, memberships are only >5.00 a year. Every thinking and ought to belong and contribute t> this fini undertaking. Think about it It's a splendid work, and ; able to you t Three fin< Jewish book i \ erj v< ar and subs tan I al discounts in purchasing the others tin } put nut. So come on you !> %  okworms and Book-of-tbc-MonthClubbcrs. join your own Jewish Publication Society. Do yourself. your family, and your people a favor. I lion has a si lall group ivho carrj thi bulk i if thi : llieir hi >uldi %  • 'Y" its n i • Cl'| ti ill. V t 1111 I a •> t i %  • '• u held in June f i;,. n Were I : and .I thi Y-.M-H. \ we ha, c iii.i cased that number to twentj I be lie • j i % %  : should know who t e< men art and res|K>nsible for the the success ..i ihis fine Youth Building organization. Maur.cc Grossman our executive director unquestionablj has played a yeoman a part in laying the planfor the mail) cultural, social and athletic [programs conducted by the organisation. Each of us have our favorit' projects and with Mr. ('.. its the Y.M.H.A. Summer II Camp. Without a doubt th e greatest p % %  .led under taken by the "Y", Mainic was born in Allentown. Pennsylvania, I lecember 31, 1893 h. been married 19 years and lias tw.. daughters, .lack Aptc is ,i chartt i IIK bi i "t the A ..: il has b< en i >n the hoard -nice itincc| ti 41. Jai k ia past \ ice I'ri sident and todaj his pet project is mai the ^ I Ii iwling team, lack is in hip with Nat III „t the Reliable Men'St. re, Hails as one most capable I' >cl irs \Camp physician Harold perl i notable piece of work l.a past Secretary ol the ~i is pn -cntiy a .! yeai boar i ber. \\ as born in Y m I h ... March 12 1908. Verj bachi Ii i • I.. Robinson Ichairman moi Club of thc Y \l II. \. and one oi the "Y" 'lutstand 4 • Performed a i ionmice of work as chain %  i the Cavalcade of Stars Sh \ waj read) to accept any dill wn Inway. By the waj I.. President of the American and Trust Co. Lewis Safan Called Lew ai er namefor short. A "Y" ti oi -) years standing. Lew has doiu some fine publicity work for tin "Y and today is managing the Y. MH A. Basketball team, leaders of the league. Professionally tl e old Dean Russell \ Kasco. School of Law. University of Miami. announces the designation of the School oi l.aw Library as thc United StateGovernment Depository for the Fourth Congressional District of Florida for all documents, books, laws. etc. published by the United States GovernmentThis makeavailable for the general public a vast collection of materials of vreat value and interest. 1 lean Rasco urges the public to maki use of the library's facilities, as part of the service of the University of Miami, School of Law. to the community of greater Miami. The cooperation of Hon. A. Pat Cannon. M. C. for the Fourth Florida Congressional District made r pt isible for the School of Law to offer this splendid service from New York City. \. Y was horn October 3. 1897, lias been married 16 years and has 2 b< j Mattj Dandier, although a recent addition t,, ih t board of d rector-. has aided materially in furthering :l ; rogri 1 tl \ by his pr< ence. We -h.u, iii Matty's recent bereavement and anxiously await his return as an active board member again. Iowner of June Dairy Co. Was bom 1892 in \,u York Cits. N. Y. %  lyear Tire Co. is the emj i of this fine Lifeguard salesman Was horn m New Haven, Connecticut, Oct. 22. 1912. Although a bach, elor Lew is N er> eligible foi riage, Nat Blumberg Old Reliable the boy. call him habeen a fixtl around the "Y" since its inc< Nat a charter member and h; been the Treasurer of the irgani tion fi of the last 8 year-. I pel hobby just give him a fir-i baseman's glove and watch hi play Inhead off especially now tli. I AI Berkowiu has workei "Y" over a period l> so as Membership Chairman C-ui worked for the oi years especialhis legs are giving way. Nat ipartner of Jack Aptes at the 01 Rel able Men's Store. Migrated • Miami from Savannah. ( ,a arriv. I on thisgood earth January 23. 190 has been married nigh on to IJ years and has l daughterSamuel Becknian. A real Y trooper if there ever was one. anil lor the past four years a member of the board of directors. Doc %  >he Igenerally called handles all th accounting work for the "Y" and his pet pleasure is his job of cha i man of all the cultural meetings. Is affiliated with the Clyde Epperson nways be vounted upon to d,, hii v • share where ih. v i ? Accounting Co. Is a native -—a 5. his Dada"Te e .t ft %  Y "ff & "" ""' •' ^Pe nd Metal Co, He hail, „' ***' '*? ta ^t from Jacksonville, M... Born Oct


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bf FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washing-ton Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi C2-*i Michigan Avenue •Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenu* 'Phon* 6-2U13 SYNAGOGUE SERVICES Shachriss: Daily at 7 and 8 A.M. Saturday at 7 and 9 AM. Minnionaires at 9:00 A. M. Minolta: Daily from 5:15 P. M. Friday and Saturday at 5:30 P. M. Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday at 5:45 P. M. Rabbi Mescheloff preaches on the "Portion of the Week." Maariv: Daily at 6:25 P. If., Friday at 6:00 P. M. Saturday at 6:40 P. II. FRIDAY EVENING FORUM "The Lives of Great Men" will be the subject of this Friday evening's lecture by Rabbi Mescheloff Singing will be lead by Cantor Mnmches. Doors open at 8:00. Service starts promptly at S:30. BAR MITZVA This Saturday morning's Bar Mitzva will be Irwin Teitch. His friends are cordially invited to attend the service Irwin will deliver an address. The Rabbi will speak to the boy during the services. The Cantor will chant the liturgy. MINNIONAIRES The Millionaires will conduct their regular Sunday morning senice at 0:01) A. M. Last week's sermonette Was delivered by Master Morton Rosenbauni. The Rabbi will continue h s dscussion of the Siddur, and Jewish prayers. The regular meeting will be held Wednesday at 7:30 P. M. The set of newly elected officers will be published next week. HABANOTH The sen or division will meet Monday at 7:00 P. fit at the synagogue. The Junior d vision will meet Thursday evening at 7:00 P. M. Each is arranging a Purim program to be presented at the synagogue. The tentative date, Sunday evening, March 17th. More next week. MIZRACHI A very well attended meeting of the Miami Beach Mizrachi divisions was held Saturday n:ght. A reception for the three great Rabbis, Rabbi E. Silver of Cincinnati, Rabbi E. Epstein of Chicago and Rabbi A. Kalmanowitz. who have come for the benefit of the Emergency Fund for the War-torn Yeshivoth of Poland, was held. Dr. B. DeKoven pres ded. Addresses were heard from Rabbi A. M. Oshinsky of Pittsburgh, Rabbi M. Rubin of New York, Rabbi B. Margolin of Chicago. Rabbi Mescheloff, and Rabbi Epstein on behalf of the guest rabbis. Guest speakers for the evening were Mrs. D. Kanimerman, president of the greater New York Council of the Women's M zraehi and Mrs. Fi. Sundelson-Stander, national Vice President of the Mizrachi. Cantor Mamches sang a few appropriate numbers, and the child cantor. Avremele Amsel, rendered a Saturday night song. A number •if new members were made. The next meeting and Melaveh Malkeh of the Miami Beach Mizrachi is to take place at our synagogue, Saturday n'ght. March 0th. Remember the date. SISTERHOOD A second check for $200 was presented to the St. Francis Hospital for the Sisterhood by a committee consisting of Mrs.'B. H. London, Mr. Sol Goldstrom and Rabbi M. Mescheloff. This leaves a balance of only $100 to complete the Sisterhood project of endowing a hospital ward at the St. Francis. AFFILIATED GROUPS The Junior Pioneer Women meet every Thursday at 800 P. M. The Pioneer Women every other Wednesday night. The Council of Jewish Juniors meet every other Tuesday night at 9:00. The A. Z. A. meets every Sunday at 7:30 P. M. The Boy Scouts meet every Tuesday at 8:00 P. M. The Yuong Judeans meet every Thursday evening at 8:00 P. M. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Our Religious School sessions are hold daily from 3:30 to 7:00 P. M. and Sunday from 10 to 12. Registration of children takes place daily from 4 to 0 I'. M. Sunday from !':30 to 10:30 A. M. GREETINGS Inland Press :*04 W. South St. Orlando, Florida Brotherhood Greetings Carl Jackson County Commissioner Orlando. Florida Brotherhood Greetings C. M. GAY Circuit Court Clerk Orlando. Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS C. R. STEVENS REALTY CO. 64 N. Court Orlando, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS Howard Bros. Funeral Home 602 W. South Orlando, Florida WEST FLAGLER ENJOYS CAPACITY CROWDS West Flaglcr Kennel Club. Miami's most popular greyhound racing track, is enjoying its greatest season in history this year in both attendance and nuitucl play. Throngs arc jamming the track to capacity every night. The largest crowd of the season was on hand Tuesday night, Feb. 13, for the opening of that special Inter-city Four-Dog match race series between champions of the St Petersburg Kennel Club. Jingle Jajiglc and Suwannce. and champions of the West I-lagler Kennel Club. Rural Kubc and Cherokee Stroller. Brotherhood Greetings MAYNARD ACKLEY, INC. TIRES BATTERIES 104 W. Central Orlando, Florida Close to 10.000 fans witnessed the first clash between the quartet which was staged over the sprint 3-loth mile course, the event going to one of the St. Petersburg greyhounds, Jingle Jangle. Rural Rube, breaking last from the box, came up with a powerful burst of speed on the home stretch and although he failed to gain top honors, he almost caught Jingle Jangle at the wire. The greyhounds met again Thursday night over the futurity course, while Saturday night they are booked over the long S-16th distanceBrotherhood Greetings Bert's Shop Auto, Inc. 1016 W. Church St. Orlando, Florida Greetings to Our Jewish Friends and t'ustomera SOUTH POLE FISH and POULTRY MARKET Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cole 618 s. PARRAMORE Orlando, Florida GREETINGS Woody's Wood Yard 847 S. Parramore St. Orlando, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS THE BRASS RAIL 22 E. CHURCH ORLANDO, FLORIDA GREETINGS" RICHARDS & PORTER 42 W. CONCORD AVE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS FARM & HOME MACHINERY CO. 430 W. ROBINSON AVE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TILLER'S GARAGE 54 W. PINE ORLANDO, FLORIDA HOLIDAY GREETINGS FLORIDA BATTERY & ELECTRIC* WORKS C. C. REMUSAT, Manager 316 W. WASHINGTON ORLANDO, FLORIDA BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FULFORD VAN & STORAGE CO. 135 N. MAIN ORLANDO, FLORIDA BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS R. B. ROGERS ARCHITECT 21 W. PINE ST. ORLANDO, FLORIDA WE EXTEND GREETINGS American Fire & Casualty Co. WALTER I.. HAYS, President. EXCHANGE BLDG. ORLANDO, FLORIDA BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS RUSS MATTRESS CO. 1122 W. CHURCH ST. ORLANDO, FLORIDA SINCEREST HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS NEWALD MOTORS, INC. 62 N. COLONIAL ORLANDO, FLORIDA % 



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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1940. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KBLLNER. Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Friday evening services, 5:30 p m. Shabbes: 9 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. AJaariv: 20 minutes past sunset. ORTHODOX CONGREGATION RELIGIOUS FORUM This Friday evening reli forum will commence at 8:30 o'cl >ck and will haw a^ guest speaker Rabbi Meir Freed of the Yeshiva Collegre who will speak on "Jewish Educat onal Ideals." Congregational singing will be led by Mr, M Hoffman and a most cordial weli i extended to all. LADIES AUXILIARY A s|. cial meeting of our Ladies Auxiliary will be held Tuesday afternoon! February 20th, at 1 P.M., in the Y Auditorium ( 1567 SVV. Sth St, This special meeting will 1M a cultural ami social motive and will feature Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman %  \ Temple Israel as guest speaker. Mrs. Benjamin R isen will offer piano selections an.I vocal selections will be rendered by a distinguished s : n^. r. A mi -i cordial and friendly welcome is extended to all our friends and members. ANNUAL BALL Our ninth annual ball of our Ladies Auxiliary will be held Tuesday evening! February 27th, in the beautiful ballroom of the Miami Women's Club. Judging by the advance sale of the ticketand by effort expounded by the committees we will have the most successful affair ever held yet bj mr organizal on. An excellent orchestra and splendid performance numbers as well as the refreshment booths arc a guai "t a most entertaining and enjoyable ii cuing. MIZRACHI MELVAEH MALKEH Our Mizrachi group uill continue this Saturday night with their successful Melavi Malkch. This affair will start at 8:30 P.M. and will honor the famous Rabbi of Moszive who is vacationing in our midst. A Splendid musical program featuring several famous Cantors will be arranged and distinguished guest speakers will extend greetingsThe committee in charge will spare no effort to insure a splendid and enjoyable evening. The success of the last affairs is by itself a sufficient assurance for an evening of Jewish spirit, song and Torah. In charge of arrangements is the Ladies Mizrachi organization. BORUCH HABO We are happy to welcome to our midst Rabbi Solomon Sadowsky. chief Rabbi of the Jewish Orthodox community .d Rochester, X. Y. who arrived for a vacation m our communityWe hope that the opportunity will present itself to hear this distinguished leader in Israel. We are also happy to welcome Rabbi J. LSwiskow of Milwaukee. \\ i-. Rabbi Swiskow has spoken in our synagogue several times in the past and we look forward with plealire to hearing him again. Sincerest Brotherhood Day Greetings ATLANTIC BODY AND TOP SHOP 424 OKEECHOBEE KM) Phone 5376 WEST PALM BEACH + GREETINGS UNITED AUTO SERVICE M. A. DEFBNDORF Pure Oil Products, Authorized United Motors and Auto Lite Service, Starting, Lighting Ignit-on, Fuel Pumps, Carburetor. Shock Absorbers. Motor Tune Up 1314 s. Poinsettia Bond WEST PALM BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS I GREETINGS UNIVERSAL SERVICE CO. Refrigeration Service 717 GREEN STREET Phone 7341 W si Palm Beach. Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS J. R HIME ELECTRIC CO. 376 s. C( ll'NTRY ROAD Phone 1311 PALM BEACH, FLORIDA =5 J.H.BONNER GREETINGS j MOORE S DRUG STORE} S32 BELVEDERE Phone 9437 AY.-t Palm Beach. Florida i i GREETINGS oil • Brotherhood Day • i W.E. Roebuck i i i Funeral Director 809 SIXTH. Phone 4(i( I • Wi-sl Palm Beach, F r iiiriii,i Sincere County Solicitor WEST PALM BEACH SIN< ERE GREETINGS ... + J GREETINGS Berlin-Griffin Inc. LIQUORS 298 s. COl'NTY ROAD Palm Beach, Phone 4225 ]30 X. COl'NTY ROAD Palm Beach, Phone 5420 255 NORTH AVENI'E Palm Beach, Phone 7706 Night Calls—Phone 5420 t Bmllicrliontl Dav • i • !•.....:...... I 11 reel nigs • i {Burns Plumbing | & Heating Co/ j • 711 JESSAMIRE i Phone 5624 Wcsl Palm Beach, Florida Our SINCERE GREETINGS oil BROTHERHOOD DAY Silver Grill Bar 61.*) EIGHTH STREET West Palm Beach, Florida —* GREETINGS T & H Tire Co. 400 S. POINSETTIA Phone 8213 W st Palm Beach, Florida I | T. M. Rickards | WEST PALM BEACH | I i HOLIDAY GREETINGS Barco Motors Inc. 416 THLRD STREET Phone 5178 WEST PALM BEACH BEST HOLIDAY GREETINGS Palm Beach Drive-Ur-Self I 2.13 SIN RISE AVEXl'E Phone 9] HI j \Y!esl Pain, Beach, Florid,! GREETINGS i John S. Ojdahl AMERICAN TENT and AWNING CO. t } 517 s. POINSETTIA j i WEST PALM BEA( t t t I I ( I I • I I I : ; J i GREETINGS TAXI PHONE 6202 112 N. POINSETTIA City Taxi, Inc. i WEST PALM BEACH W.Extend \ GREETINGS THE PATIO SUNSET AT PALM BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS The City Ice & Fuel Co. PlXHWooD AVENUE PHONE 5.360 West Palm Beach, Florida Holiday Greetings Walden Paint Company Painting and Decorating 312 S. ROSEMARY Phone 5813 West Palm Beach, Florida SINCERE "HOLIDAY GREETINi J. E. HELTON. Manager Northwood Body Shop 552 NORTHWOOD AVE. Phone 3055 West Palm Beach, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS Berry's Nursery BELVEDERE ROAD Phone 5803 Wosl Palm Beach, Florida SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS L. R. (Jack) BAKER ,,_ SINCERE WISHES For a HAPPY HOLIDAY BOYS ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS, Inc. 1517 N. Poinsettia Avenue PALM BEACH, FLORIDA SINCERE I HOLIDAY GREETINGS I %  Lee J. Smith Co. i INC. 523 s. DIXIE Phone 3042 .WEST PALM BEACH SINCERE GREETINGS on BROTHERHOOD DAY Henry's Store LIQUORS 3401 POINSETTIA Phone 7515 WEST PALM BEACH r



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1940. THE JEWISH FLORID] AN PAGE SEVEN 5> CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) iem" religion, Yiddish and other subjects pertaining t" Hebraic cultui e arc taui ht. Sund.ty School: Sunday S "i >1 .induring ilic assembly arc pri ; .. i %  I by the dif fi ei ITS i ii the facultyI'ai and friends are asked t" visit our Sunday School during tin asM'inblj from II :M\ I.. 12. TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL PRE-PUR1M BALL. \ ualsi 24th I'rc-I'urini ball sponsored annually by the Beth I'** 'I Sisterhood will take place at th< II, i i ,\ I I langar. l-lectw iod 11 • I, -INI \\, -i Uc-i Miami B< ach. L'nusual plans have l"-:i pri lo make this one of the i nl I affairs of the community %  r •PERMANENT CALENDAR lich will serve as hosts in honor of ,i„ ,,,,, 1940. their wedding anni\ersarv. Daily Nmc at I a. m. and REL1G|OUS AND CULTURAL Friday evening 8:16. INSTITUTION Sabbatb services, Saturday 8:30 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi— 497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 talent who are visiting in our midst will be presented, We strongly urge all members ;iml friends to aid us in thi structivc cnt( rprisc for 11 i • thi 1 ml) -real affair of the year ponsoreJ by the Sisterl I. if you d< aid 11in this work, pie isi 1-1961, 2-8500 or 2-1173. SISTERHOOD MEETING A change in the usual 1 ithly mei ting has been made and we rtsk members and friends to take note of it. Thi Board of "irectors w II mcel this Wednesday morning I eh Jl-i, al 10 A.M.. in tl e Beth Talmud Torah, which will be l< How ed by a luncheon al 12 o'clock, open to all mi mbers and friends. A n|ay School. Sunday 10:00 :>• %  Mi Shapiro, Vlberl Kikana/i and II* 1Late Friday evening sen ces. I %  roff are in 1 the !'• day eveiii; %  %  .Inn 11 • Sal 111 • lor services. Saturday 10:30 : '• :<" %  %  %  r. 1 1 ,-..• 1 ni/aiii row %  ho • •:! to 0:1 p. 1 \ "K ildii ih" 1. %  • n 11. • :,.. Mitsvab Group, Sunday a. m. i„ j Adult History Group, Sunday Bar-Mitzrachi Group: Tin 11.1:30 a. m. -;, %  ird Wed' ; of Month. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERV1C Talmud Torah: \ • 1 I 1. 1 ,ppeal of thai con it ion to 1 mity, K ilailj I lebn A S %  "•' %  ;, Israel will occupy thi u i,,,, md advanced HiCanl r Louis Hayman, a \,, u "Chumosh" with "Kashi Niv: anied b> the Beth David Choii will chant the pra crs. Rabbi • Zwitman will discuss the subject, "A RENDEZVOUS WITH DESTINY." The "OncR Shabbos" and lal hour will laky place in the | auditorium immediatel> after the ices. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel EhrMrs. Michael Arnoll, General 1 tin affur and her 1 .| in .11 Ml. Junior Congregation: Harold -;-| \'| | -, CONTEST which .'..'.I be I ... the iC ,| : th. outstanding eral meeting will take place at • 1 o'clock. 'I his meeting • annual 'urim Ball and we ask all bers and friends to please I" ; n for matters 1 if utm '-1 ii will be discussed. HOLIDAY GREETINGS GREGG THE FLORIST .. nor, S. POINSETTIA .. WEST PALM BEACH HOLIDAY GREETINGS j OCEANIC RESTAURANT 1l.AKKVIKW AVENTE Wosl Palm II 1 SINCERE GREETINGS on | Brotherhood Day TONY ASENJO Plumber 636 GARDENIA VVesI Palm Beach GREETINGS VAN AUKEN SIGN CO. ji .;.,., an I Builders of and Commercial Evi ry I' iseription. :|is s P01NSET I'lA I im SlsOl WEST PALM BEACH liKoTHERlloOD DAY GREETINGS HESS LABORATORY 1 -fi/EN's BUILDING Phone 5602 WEST PALM BEACH I HOLIDAY GREETINGS GREETINGS t """ J HOLMES GARAGE I We Call For and Deliver in the City 421 THIRD STREET I Phones Day: G631 ERDONNELL! I ngvuS-ZghS?] HARVEY BUILDING Wcsl Palm Beach, Fl 1 HOLIDAY GREETINGS 'MACKS LIQUOR STORE Mil CLEMATIS Phone 1 H ,; 1 PALM BEACH, FLORIDA Hi,1.1 DAY GREETINGS Geo. 0. Butler Circuit Clerk COI'RTIIOI SE WEST PALM BEACH { SINCERE GREETINGS Vincent Oaksmith Life, Insurance GUARANTY BLDG. I' M7I WEST PALM BEACH I I SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL Shore Auto Parts 230G SPRUCE Phone 9370 VVesl Palm Beach. Florida SIM ERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS McClellan Photo Co. Photography 807 S. DIXIE Phone 5037 West Palm Beach, Florida sin,., IT Greetings on BROTHERHOOD DAY ARTHUR HAMILTON, Jr. Electrical Contractor *>!"• FLAMINGO DRIVE Phone 6044 W.-i Palm Beifth, Florida BROTHERHOOD DAY GREETINGS Hudgins Seafood Restaurant f,12 N. OLIVE Pin,no 5183 We'sl Palm Beach, Florida GREETINGS on BROTHERHOOD KAY Whitting Machine Works Inc. •j.M.i N. POINSETTIA AVE. West Ualni Beach, Florida + — GREETINGS %  •* Court House Service Station J, C. LIGGETT, Manager Atlantic White Flash—Lee Tires and Tubes—Washing —Polishing Lubrication 221 N. POINSETTLA AVE. Phone 9172 WEST PALM BEACH IH IL1DAY GREETINGS on BROTHERHOOD DAY Gagnon Auto Wrecking Co. 015 TWENTY FIFTH Phone 7891 Wo-t Palm Beach, Florida BROTHERHOOD DAY GREETINGS OHMER'S GARAGE 5204 s. POINSETTIA Phone 7887 BROTHERHOOD DAY GREETINGS Dick Killam Sign Co. 2023 N. POINSETTIA Phone 591] I 1 t 1 1 1 t HOLIDAY GREETINGS The Lakeside Press 305 GARDENIA Phone 8675 WYsi Palm Beach, Florida West Palm Beach, Florida j Wesl Palm Beach, Florida j i SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS J. L. GRIER Supervisor of Registration 703 FERN West Palm Beach, Florida + GREETINGS MURRAY'S Service Station ALLEN MURRAY, Owner Gulf Products, Washing, Polishing, Greasing, Tires, Tul.es 5150LIVE Phone 0822 West Palm Beach. Florida +• Sincere Brotherhood Greetings CRF ^\N 1 456 Flamingo Drive CO. West Palm Beach, Fla I '$*.—•



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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. FFBRUARY 16. 194(1. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6M6 Indian Creek Drlv—6-126S 630 N. E. 31st St.—2-8548 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every mornln*. Ton may oonmiit with them on matters concerning the Jewls community, or }r4tur pe: sonal proMeitij. Tou will be assured svnipathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in strict coi.fidcnc*. CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillcl. SABBATH EVE SERVICES Friday evening. Feb. 16th, 1940, 8:16 P. M. Sermon: "Religion and Patr tIBRII Yesterday and Today." Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan. Services conducted by Rabb man A. Zwitman, A reception for members of the Congregation and for visitors follows i he services on Friday evenings, under Sisterhood sponsorship, with Sabbath greeting: refreshments. Serving Florida's Finest American Jewish Dinner St. Regis RESTAURANT. 446 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH r WHEN DEATH OCCURS, the nide facilities of rWcersicle enable you to obtain the efficient sen ice for which this institution is hnown. And costs are low. SABBATH MORNING SERVICES Saturday morning. Feb. 17th, 1940, 11 :">> o'clock. s. nn mette on weekly port on oi the Bible (Exodus I 1 27:20 through Ch. 30:10.) "Oil for the Lamps of Judaism." Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Servici s i onducti d by Dr. Jai ob II. Kaplan, with pail i. ipati' Confirmation Class. SISTERHOOD BOARD TO MEET A special meeting of the Temple Israel S sterhood Board has been ailed by the pres dent, Mis Harold R. Spaet. f r Wednesday morning. Feh 21st. 1940. at 10:00 A. M. i at the Temple. Sisterhood Board Members are urged to make all efforts to be at this important meeting. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL ''Even more important than the rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem is the teaching of children." Talmud. At the first February asssembly program of the Religious School, held last Sunday, a beautiful play was presented by the pupils of High School. Class 1. Mrs. Jules Pearlman, teacher. "The Magic Ring" was the title of the play. FINE SADDLE HORSKS Special Riding Instruction Moonlight Ridi Riding from 7 A. M. • • !'. M. North Miami Riding Academy I %  N. l-:. >;•!, \ • i + : + £>mhcWiGA4uUf When Acid Indigestion, Gas on Stomach or Heartburn make you feel uncomfortable or embarrass you, try Alka-Seltzer, which contains alkalizing buffers and so helps counteract the associated Excess Stomach Acidity. But the relief of these minor stomach upsets is only a small part of what you can expect Alka-Seltzer to do for you. You will find it effective for Pain Relief in Headache, Neuralgia, Colds and Muscular Aches and Pain*. Jt contains an analgesic, (sodium acetyl salicylate), made more prompt and effective in its painrelieving action by alkaline buffer salts. When hard work or strenuous exercise make you feel tired and dragged out, enjoy the refreshing effect of a glass of sparkling, tangy Alka-Seltzer. At Drug Stores in packages and at drug store soda fountains by the glass \lkaSeltzer wh ch portrayed a lesson in faith. Participating were: Don's Feld man. Henry Dreyfus, Dorothy Goldstein. Rita Hyman. Joe Gassenheimer. Bart Cohen. Biil Baros, Joy S monhoff. Barbara G >rdon Beatrice Beckw.'th, Sylv a Berkman, Jean Freehling. Molly Ann Boyell. Bobby Bronner. Henry Gaggstetter. Henry Tannenbaum, Leonard Treister. Recitati us of the Festival of Trees, were presented by the following pupils of High School, Class 1. Mrs. Joel Belov. teacher: Patricia Kovins. Flise Newman and Marjorie Friedman. IN MEMORIAM "May the Father of Peace send oeace to all who mourn, and fort the bereaved among us." The officers and members of Tempi:' Israel extend their de sympathy to the families of I. 1 and Hairy B I r i : ereavemi i I At 'ho si i the following will ho hall wed: Recently departed: I. I,. Rosendorf, husband of Mrs. Blanche Rosendorf; Harry Barg husband of Mr-. Hazel Barg; I'h 1lip Augustine, father of P M x Augustine. Yahrzeit; Barbara Ei< h nc i mother of Mi David F:. ; ,„:, Be for the steps we are taking i„ the director of higher learning. s „d vice president is Ruth B rn Stein. J. N. F. is her stomp ng grounds as -he must raise the money to meet our quota. Our third vice president is Trudy Han ,1,-1. and Bhe assist* in everything. Re. ording secretary is Gertie Shaft Gertie must take down our discuscus> on correctly and tell us what was finally decided. Corresponding secretory. Rea Epstein, to whom we owe thanks for she reminds us >f all our meetings and writes all our letters. Financial Secretary. Cele Barkowitz who takes care f all our correspondence perta to finance and collab irates with our treasurer, Rosalyn Klein. Lke ill treasurers would, she must enow when the budget balai i not. SI We have a board wl the what and W hei ; :_•I )uI I of our offlci i-. our regulai menibi rs and the chairmai of tin d fferent committees. They Gertrude Berson, Faye Engle na Mack. Jeannette Roth, h Lackowitz, Pauline Querid Safer and Ann Grossman, eluding the list of officers a cha rmen. membership. Jar, i shon and Rose Bushkoff. .1. Ruth Berntein, Cultural. Lasky, Youth Aliyah. Rose nof, public ty Klsie Kronenfc historian Harriette Damensi Brotherhood Greetings BECK'S GARAGE' 1132 Fifteenth Street Miami Beach, Fla. Phone 5-1422 Brotherhood Greeting P. M. LEVI PLUMBING 2141 S. W. Third St. Phone 2-1517 Junior Hadassah \~. MAY THE SPIRIT OF BROTHERHOOD BRING TRUE GOOD WILL TO ALL ALEXANDER ORR, JR., Inc. MIAMI—218 N. E. 6th STREET MIAMI BEACH—1122 16th STREET By Elsie Kronenfeld This week we wonder if you would 1 ke a Complete list of officers and a b t al> 'tit their work. So here go, -. Our president, of course, is Jeannette Kronenfeld. Jean muvt preside and watch over everything, she must be the inspiration and i focal point of the entire organiza* tion. The first vice president is Betty Lasky. Betty a in charge of oui cultural doings. To her goes the : SINCERE BROTHERHOOD WISHES CARLEY J. SMITH TRANSFER LET US UNLOAD YOUR TRUCKING PROBLEM 246 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE Phone 2-2655 Nite Phone 2-6454 MIAMI, FLORIDA I



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1940. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN BROTHERHOOD The American Task (Continued from Page One) how in that madness they create tyranny and slavery for themselves ami for everyone else. Fascism. Communism andWar are only the end stages of a long ess of injustice and inhumanity. ii only as Americans struggle courageously and experimentally insl the fundamental ex ils of • iv and disease and hunger, ex lation and the denial of basic n rights thai they can be i uarntccd the achievement of the twin i if mr national destiny, name* |j liberty wedded t.. security. \\ e ..HI ;i\ iiid Vrmei edoti and .ill i>l %  i rajj i.' c >ci d expli i fulfill these goalsAmerica must not only remain at peace and attain a new level "I economic justice, but maintain the deal of the Brotherhood of Man. We cannot afford the luxury of an> hatreds now in "iir country. The lesson should be obvious t" all. that Germany began by hating one minaml the poison spnad tinIn ck ( d until it included all minorities ; it In .in li> "| posing out religion and till 11 all reli| ii IIS. The result has been that the liatn il could in i he confined within it init til boundaries hut has become lh( |ri\inp power against democrat) and humanity at large. If there I" anj groups who wish ; i |i ad \incrica along this pathway let thi m now in the light of luiropean chaos abandon their efforts and cease creat ng strife within our nation la t IIgi\C no heed to those who would separate \mericans froti each other, Let us say to them. -"I'lliithe way that leadto war. first war within, then war without lirotherh I \\ cck proclaimthat we will not follow F.uro| c i xau %  pic. but will be the < sample to Kuropc and all the rest of the world ; tl at henshall be declared no moratorium on Peace, on Justice or on Brotherhood; that we are determined to keep the traditional highways of communication and understanding between all elements of •ur population open. The national celebration of Brotherhood Week ia call to Americanto give their allegiance not to hate-inspired symbols hut to love-inspired symbolto keep thi-, "the land of the second chance" not merely of Social and political idealism, but of religion., spiritual unit). Brotherhood Week expresses thi faith that tliicountry is too intelligent loo just and too truly Christian e..r to substituti the swastika i if hate for the stars and stri| i humanityJust because America iso precious and gleams like a -tar if hope II the great cosmic night. Catholics. Protestants and Jews :nu-t con-, crate themselves to keeping tliination true to ilvision, t' tin I ,iiln rli... d of God and the llrotherhool of Man. May all of uduring Bn dhi i \\ nk si are the mood of a new %  >ra\ i r: "i i God, let there be at least this Sincere Brotherhood Greetings Auto Parts Co. of Orlando, Inc. 55 W. Pine St. Orlando, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS STOKES MONUMENT CO. 2314 X. Orange Orlando, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS Crenshaw Battery Service 33 S. Main Orlando, Florida GREETINGS R. J. AVERA TERMITE CONTROL 15 S. Bumby Orlando, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS C. R. BUTCHER PLUMBER 437 S. Hughey Orlando, Florida ,.-+ GREETINGS Central Alignment Co. 316 S. Hughey St. Orlando, Florida 5* GREETINGS FALKNER, INC. 1621 V ORANGE AVE. Orlando, Florida IRrotherhood Greetings + I I I J. M. CARUTHERS Florist 236 N. Orange Ave. Orlando, FloridaHOLIDAY GREETINCS Wallace Neon Display Co. 106' 2 W. Central Orlando, Florida GREETINGS ANNIE ROSS STENOGRAPHER O. B. & T. Bldg. Orlando, Florida Brotherhood Greetings Ace Cleaners & Dyers 312 W. Colonial Drive Orlando, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS HARPERS PLUMBING and HEATING 2313 N. ORANGE AVE. < Irlando, Florida one land where'the sun of humanity will not go down and the dark eclipse of human hopes blacken the future of our human raceLot there be one land where man can worship a Cod of love and justice and not a god of hate and of blood. Let there be one land where man can pur-lie truth and intelligence without fear or restriction. Let there be one land where the governmen I shall consecrate itself to the increase of security and health and the will.ue Hi all men regardless o| race, creed, or color and not transform itself into an arsenal of death. Let there be Sincere Brotherhood GREETINGS C. W. JOHNSON & SON EXTERMINATORS Church & Main Bldg. Orlando, Florida BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Orlando Farm Equipment Store 701 W. ROBINSON AVE. Orlando, Florida SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS Hughes Electric Supply 14 s. HUGHEY Orlando, Florida PAGE NINH men can dream their human dreams and speak their human thoughts un daunted and unimprisoned." Aware of the threat and the menace of these tragic times and yet unbroken by them, men and women of all faiths must pledge themselves to the newer-yielding service to the democratic ideal and the deathless quest for equality and humanity on earth. (Copyright 1940 By Seven Arts Feature Syndicate-) BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FINLEY BROS. INC. 63 E. Pine St. Orlando, Florida j HOLIDAY GREETINGS S DON'S, INC. | 2610 N. Orange Ave. Orlando, Florida Brotherhood Greetings C. C. PERRY REFRIGERATION SERVICE SHOP 336 Lakeview Ave. Orlando, Florida Sincere Brotherhood Greetings BARTRAM & TINKLEPAUGH SURVEYORS 139 E. Church St. Orlando, Florida SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS HEINTZELMAN'S, INC 3G WEST LIN GSTON AVE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA *.. %  We Extend to All Our Jewish Friends SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS ORLANDO BOWLING CENTER | 720 N. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO. FLORIDA w %  %  .i



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Page Ton TKZ JEWISH rLQKIDIAIf FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 19-JO. _,. nif*!^! a [ loin Lodge which is headed by Louis D IN/\I D KM r1 Heiman. Tins Committee is cliargA f"T|\/C LJCDC ed with the r -• nsibilitj of dinating ;ill religious and cultural %  ..: Miami 1 I i S I lye oi B'na whicl mients arc cnrollc the Miami and Mia %  ach area, th< lai gesl an I st lodges -.n the I n ted States. Jt manifold activities embrace the leading Jews in t h i -. community who carry on good will, civic, com8 al1 dm column be< N > nun i i atii m i >f ihc acl Li '.i-.i Call • :' I llll',| ... in l'Lr affairs which is laki the B'nai H'rith news column published weekly in the Floridian. L'n der ihe guidance of Sidnev LScan impi i munaj, cultural and patriotic activities of outstanding value, not only to the Jewish group but to all groups HI this ana. Of outstanding significance is the work of the local Anti-Defamation Committee headed by Brother Harrj Simonhoff. This Committee has n, v '• s, ,n is another imi become widely known throughout medium of bringin 8 to the nu-ml e State as • %  defense organization bership news of its t.mt factor in B'nai B'rith rl during the year 1939 anil i~ now In iiu carried on by Harold Turk Tlv news bulletin winch is cdifd bj Burnett Roth. Secretary if the Lodge, with the assistance ol Br thers V Louis Mechlowit/ ami Si I The meetings of Sholcm Lodge have become so interesting thai n.' less than three hundred pers • in in regular attendance Th rcsp sibility for this rests in .' large majority on the Meetings Committee, which i s now headed by Past-rrcsi. and .i^ a source of inspiration in the pr imulgating ..i the spirit of Americanism throughout every community, Through the generous contributions ": many Miami citizens, sufficient sums raised by private solicitation to enable the Anti-Defamdenl \1 Pallot, and uli %  • n Committee to open an ..nice 'bility il is to have and employ Mrs. Dorothy Fink as juesl speakers at the Executive Secretary' '" carry on the month, work of the Committee. T,,e Arbitration Another important part of B'nai Sholem Lodge, which .head B'rith work is its A.Z.A. program. Sam Blank is charged with the re A / \. is a lunior B'na, B'rith 0 ri sponsibility of attending to r. i ganizal boys between fifteen! cilinR h < individual differenceand twentyme years of age which which oftin ai si among member. Space is limited in this issue oi he I ridian to enumerate the work my l 'ces, thai the Americamzr.1 C Intellectual Al ... the Finai i I l Conn ittee, N .. | v/isitini I the Coi servation Conr Itei Ml of these, however, serve an important pur|Ksc in carrying out .!,, • ...Mm message o( Bnai .frith, in unifying and rc| r.-entim lews in this Vmerican Democracy GREETINGS ni %  Ige eac i' ttei i. now creating a new kind of Jewi. uth with the purport of developing an intelligent loyal Jew %  ican Along with V.Z.A work arc B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations located in twelve of America'leading univer. • .-. Hillel Extensions have been inaugurated in scores of other colleges Sholem Lodge should be proud of its part in this work. It caused the establishment at the Cniversity of Florida and Florida State College for Women of Extension units which are taking an act> e part in raising the presl the Jewish students on those campuses. Indicative of the progress made by Sholcm Lodge is its recent formation of a I.a.lies' Auxiliary, which is headed by Mrs Isaac Levin. This amzation promises to nave a feat part in all B'nai B'rith aCties. particularly the Student in work. The Vocational Service Bureau of B'nai B'rith ; .s bringing t.. the attention :' America's Jewish youth the vital need of giving serious and expert attention t" their choice of occupations. The Chairman of the Vocational Guidance Committee of Sholem Lodge, is Joseph A. Herman, a man who has had considerable experience in this type of work and who promises to create in the local area a full realization of the importance of vocational guidance | young Jewry. In connection with the \ Z and the Hillel Foundation work is the important part played by the Student Union Committee of Shoot the I."dee. The Menibcrlii| Committ< c. which was i. i headed In the d. namic Mattln Bandler, is now und r tin lead ship i if Lei 1 insi %  -tein Thi DAN CHAPPELL Candidate for State Senate in May Primary i i i U. G. BLANTON S SEDVICE STATION I 740 X. RlDGEWOOD AVE. j *' Dnvtona Beach. Elorida if the Conunittt t is a iiiemb .t' at least me th< msan I •• i %  kn u inu full well that the i-n-jtl .i the kid rcascs a thi enr dies up. j SINCERE I BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS GREETIXOS Luther's Restaurant n ,i MAGNOLIA AVE. Dnvtona Beach. Florida J. Edwin LARSON FOR State Treasurer Former State Senator and Internal Revenue Collector Capable —Efficient —Exper en ed I I I I i Davtnna Beach. Florida I D. F. FUQUAY 3-J s. HALIFAX AVE. R. R. ABLER General chairman of the Jewish Welfare Bureau's "Night of Stars." who has eampleted arrangements for the gala show which will be held Monday evening at the Olympia Theatre. HOLIDAY GREETINGS B. H. TOLBERT SODA SHOP 519 VOLUSIA Daytona Beach, Florida IK I.IDAV SKI IETINGS H. V. BRACEY & SON 74.'. S. BE ACll D. ytona I! eacl i, Florida BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS HAIR'S GARAGE 4<>!i W. FIRST ST. Sanford, l-'la. 1 GREETINGS ABERNETHY'S PHARMACY, INC. 8iif> MAIN Daytona Beach, Florida OB BETINGS ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP 106 MYRTLE Daytona Beach, Florida GREETINGS DEWEY H. SMITH Studebaker 705 BROADWAY Daytona Beach, Florida GREETINGS OVERMAN'S SERVICE STATION 170 RIDGEWOOD AVE. N. Daytona Beach, Florida SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS LAURAENS ELECTRIC 348 SAN .MAN AVE. D.iv tona Beach, Florida Sincere Brotherhood Greetiugs ATLANTIC MARBLE TILE CO. 23 N. Atlantic Ave. Daytona Beach, Florida r —+ GREETINGS GEO. E. ENGLISH 111 IVY IX. Daytona Beach, Plorida GREETINGS j i SEABREEZE GARAGE | AAA Service 635 N. ATLANTIC AVB.j Daytona Beach,'Florida 1 SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS WILKINSON TRANSFER CO. Baggage — Freight Household Goods 615 FERN STREET Phone 6215 WEST PALM BEACH Holiday Greetings MILLS TRANSFER CO 130 Marion Davton Beach, Florida BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS MALBY-CONRAD LUMBER CO. 415 ORANGE AVE. Daytona Beach, Florida !_4 HOLIDAY GREETINGS BROWN MOTOR FREIGHT LINES To.MoKA AVE. Daytona Beach, Florida Sincere Brotherhood GREETINGS Daytona Sheet Metal Works 116 S. Segrave St. Daytona Beach, Fla. *V GREETINGS OWEN'S FLOWER SHOP 952 DBLAND ROAD Daytona Beach, Florida + BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS GULF OIL CORP. 835 BALLOL'GH ROAD DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA —+ SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS BLAKE'S GARDEN DE LAND ROAD DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Eleven %  t ,*4:W„.e 2 7798 GP.EETINGS "Your Patronage Ap^re^ia ,! TENNESSEE POULTRY CO. 1340 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-9617 SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS B. W. THACKER Adding Machines and Typewriters Sold. Rented. Repaired. Exchanged. Ask about our Rental Purchase Contract. PHONE 2-011S 123 N. E. First Street



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%  % %  • %  %  V*f£ TweWe THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. rsw Chest Drive Nears Completion The Community Chest goal of $295,000 will be reached when work. ers in the field complete contact of persons or firms assigned to them," according to James Donn, general campaign chairman. At the close of Tuesday's meetto terms of ncighborlincss in community life, justice in soc>aJ and economic relations and good will in personal attitude. The Rabbinical Assembly of America heartily endorses the observance of Brotherhood Week which is being held from February 18th to February 25th under the auspices of tinNational Conference of Christians and Jews. It calls upon the rabbis and the coning. $141,605, 4X per cent of the gregations to which they minister to goal had been subscribed, and workobserve Brotherhood Week to the ers were urged to emphasize the fullest as an expression of our devomonth to month subscription plan. t j on ,,, American ami lewish demo since payments to agencies are on cratic ideals, a monthly ba>is an.l Chest officiate Governor Herberl II. Lehman ami have no desire i" pile up funds in Bishop Thomas E. Molloy <ere ed a helping hand. Based "ti the expressed in nletters i" Dr. Koberl 19.W budgel of $233,456.10 each of ,\. tshworth, national Brotherh 1 these services was supplied at an Week secretary. average cost of .'/ cents. "Here iii the L'nited States,'' wrote Chest subscribers were urged to ,| u Governor, "there are people of I calculate in terms of the number of| nlan y ra ces, many religious convicindividual'lives that were brighten-1 ,j onSi lli;llll groups with differing ed or rehabilitated by their 1930 jd ea l s and aspirations. All, liowThc Bishop wrote, in part: "Permit me to express the prayerful hope that you and your associates will be favored with the fullest measure of blessing and success in promoting and preserving peace and good-will among all men." Pleas to Americans of all faiths to further the cause of brotherh I were made by leading memberol the l'nited Slates m endorsements of Brotherhood \\ eek. Among the Senatorendorsing Brotherh 1 Week were James W Mead of N'KW York. Millard I'. Tydings of Maryland. Henry Caboi I., dge, Jr.. of Massachusetts, \r thur H. \ andenberg of Michigan, Situated among the shops of the "We are proud of our little estabLincoln Center Patio at 630 Linlishment," said Miss Minnie Rifa, coin Road is The Rifas, a little store operated by two sisters, Evelyn and Minnie Rifas, where will be found an attractive line of lingerie, hosiery, sweaters and accessories very reasonably priced Guy M. Gillette <>i Iowa, Gerald P Nve of North Dakota, Lewis B Schwellenbach of. Washington Sheridan Downey of California, Morris Sheppard of Texas, and David T. Walsh of Massachusetts. "and cordially invite our friends t visit us." The store is open evenings. GREETINGS Pioneer Garage 2815 N. Miami Avenue chest dollars, and to make their 1940 participation .is generous as p — ble. Brotherhood Observed Locally (Continued from Page One) ''Democracy is founded on religious ideals—on the conception of the Fatherhood of God and the Brotherhood of Man, every man and woman needing and helping the other as in the normal family. "Brotherhood week stresses the basic worth of human personality emphasized by Catholics, Protestants and Jews. Churches and synagogues can translate this ideal inBrotherhood Greetings McArthur Jersey Dairy Farm, Inc. 169 N. E. 62nd Street Phone 7-1017 Miami, Fla. Sincere Brotherhood GREETINGS DR. WALTER K. FOLEY Lincoln Road Miami Beach Brotherhood Greetings RAY MILLER TAX ASSESSOR MIAMI BEACH Brotherhood Greetings Gaston B. Wautier FRENCH CONSUL VOtion and loyally to the democratic processes that work within this nation. Brotherhood is and should a word of meaning in the United Stales. Let us practice it in our daily lives and extend itinfluences to all our people" Sincere Brotherhood Greetings RICHARD BERENSON To My Many Friends and Acquaintances I Extend Brotherhood Greetings ROSCOE BRUNSTETTER i GREETINGS Modern Cleaners 712 N. E. Second Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings R. W. Brown & Co. FERTILIZERS INSECTICIDES Distributors Growers Supplies Oll'iiv South Miami PHONE 4-3375 SINCERE IJWoTII KKIinoD GREETINGS/ ENGLANDER-ELLIOTT, Inc. "HOUSE OF BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE" "FURNITURE OF DISTINCTION" 829 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-8800 "YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED" •YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD" &f I Extend to my many Friends and Acquaintances Sincere Brotherhood Greetings ROBERT J. BOONE i i i i — &f j WE EXTEND SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS GREETINGS Boring's Used Cars • 2300 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-6319 11 ].. Boring, Owner GREETINGS GULF STREAM ICE CO. 2073 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-8327 FOR PROMPT SERVICE CALL A BLUE AND GRAY CAB RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT LOWEST MIAMI R \TES CALL 2 4141 20 X U. 1st \\ Ii BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS GEO. E. BUNNELL, Inc. CONTRACTOR 79 Northeast Twentieth Terrace—PHONE 3-7488 585 Northeast Fifty-eighth Street—PHONE 7-2876 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES BEST WISHES O. B. SUTTON, Justice of Peace, District 3 j + ._—.+ Again I have the Pleasure of Greeting my many Friends and Acquaintances and Extending Best Wishes for a Happy Brotherhood JUDGE RALPH C. POLE • —+ BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS GEO. B. HARDIE, Constable District 3 i Claude-Neon Southern Corporation -I BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS WHITE BELT DAIRY ESTABLISHED 1906 Milk and Dairy Products from our Certified Government Tested Herd PHONE 7-2411 To my many Friends and Acquaintances I Extend Sincere Brotherhood Greetings GEORGE EL McCASKILL i i 2014 N. W. Miami Court Pho ne 3-318S I E. J. DANIEL, Manager MIAMI. FLORIDA It is with pleasure I extend my sincere wishes to my many friends and acquaintances. DAN CHAPPELL —., +• I)



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1S40. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAM PAGE THIRTEEN :-v* SERVICES Friday at 8 P. M. Sermon by Rabb' Skop "Human Character as Depicted in Two Great Books— Gone With the Wind and Grapes of Wrath." Also reports of the latest cables of the Jews in World News. Guest soloist. Mr Sam Calisman of New York nnd Cleveland. Ohio. SABBATH SERVICES Saturday at 8:30 A. M. Confirmation Class with Rabbi Skop at 10:30 A. M. at the Synagogue. ANNUAL BANQUET SUNDAY The annual installation of officers of Constrestation Ohev Shalom vll 1' held th's Sunday. Feb. 18. 1940, at ~ P. M. The dinner will be served at exa< tly 7 P. M. Reservations must be made in advance. The Ladies' Auxiliary Committee of Orthodox Women will prepare the dinner which will be followed by the Hslal'at on and addresses. Details will he disclosed about the purchase of new building annex to the Synagogue { 0 Be rve as a nucleus for a Jewish Community Center. The entire community and all of the eonsituent Jewish groups will participate not only n th" ban quct but in the financial budget of the center. Immediate plans are to utilize the anner for Sunday and Hebrew school classsrooms, for lodge meeting rooms, game rooms and lounge room and library for tourists and members of the Congregation. The banquet is open to all Jews of Central Florida and ther visitors and friends. JEWISH TOURIST CLUB This activity has become an outstanding part of the community program. Jewish tourists gather on Wednesday nights at the Synagogue where an interesting program is arranged including a book review by Rabbi Skop, d scusson of Jew sh World News and social entertainment. At the next meeting Rabbi Skop will review Irving Kineman's book, "Doctor Adams." Election of officers will be held. ularly on Saturday with Rabbi Skop and on Sundays with Mr. Myer Siegel. Dr. Wilhelm Stein of Rollins College is now riving history lectures to the Aleph Zadek Aleph Hoys on Sundays between 11 and 12. TALKING BIBIE MOVTO This Sii-'lnano'her of the B'bl" talkino pictures will be shown to the Religious Sehool. Adu'ts arc invited. Shown during assembly at 11 A. M. BNAI BRITH LOCAL LODGE Mr. Barney J. Cohen. State BB President who attended the Execu live Committee of BB in Tampa nro' numerous m t'n(js in Miami nn<* Central Flor'da w 11 renort at th" next meeting Installati n of offi MRS. SKOP AND NEW BORN SON HOME Birth: Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop and daughter Shirah Rannah arc happy to announce the birth of a son. Tuesday. January 30th, at 11 A.M., at the Orange General I lospital. Rabbi and Mrs. Skop express the r heartfelt appreciation to the Ladies' AuxMiarly and Congregaon Ohev Shalom and their many friends throughout Florida for the'r messages, gifts and letters honoring the arrival of Ranhael Stephen. Mny the shower of these communications return* to their venders a shower of God's blessings for health, l'fe and haopineas, LADIES' AUXILIARY At the last meet'ng presided over bv the president, Mrs. J is. eels will he held. K. Wolf, it was voted to co operate w th the Congregation and Board : n the purchase of the Synagogue Center, Plans were also made for a Purim Ball to be held in March. CONFIRMATION CLASS AND RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Miss Mary Blattner has been added to the Religious School Faculty taking over the class of Miss Beatrice I.ieberman who left to complete her college stud es in New York. The communty wshes much success to Miss I.ieherman and welcomes back Miss Blattner. The Faculty will continue meet ing Thursday nights with Rabbi Skop. At the next meeting plans will be made for the Purim Carnival and Bazaar. Confirmat on Class to meet regword to the A. Z. A. that he was glad to hear of the adoption of program. Mr. Hoover hailed the program as "a worthwhile goal." while Mr. Williams described it as "a constructive approach to the problems which confront all citizens living in democracies today." • One o* the main points in the program calls for the establishment of classes in democracy and demo cratic deals in schools and colleges in the United States and Canada maintained by public funds, and urges the promotion of annual citizenship days for new citizento J, Ed rar Hoover. chi-?f of the Federal Bureau of Investigation ami Aubrey Williams, admin'strator of the National Youth Orjranizat on, both of whom are leaders in boys* work, have indorsed the adopted ten point Americanism program of Aleph Zadik Aleph, the Jr. B'nai B'rith. At the same time. Pres dent Roosevelt, thr ugh h s secretary. Stephen Early, sent GREETINGS CORAL GABLES GARAGE GREETINGS JARRETT COFFEE CO. R asters and Packers of COFFEES and TEAS 507 -Northwest Miami Court Phone -1 2174 GREETINGS Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Co. 332 West Flagler St. ( Ireetings TOKIO ROOF GARDEN CHICKEN CHOP SUEY jt/V> AND CHOW MEIN 0\J PLAIN CHOP SUEY -5/\= AND CHOW MEIN 0\J 572 w. Plaarlei Bt. Phone *.t>74! ORDERS TAKEN OUT 132 Giralda Avenue CORAL GABLES I GREETINGS HALCYON PHOTO FINISHING II \I.CY< >N VKCAllE FinUhing Specialists in Fine Grain Developing and "Candid" Camera ROOMS 275-6-7 Sincere Brotherhood Greetings J. S. POPE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 222 S. Rosalind Ave.—Phone 3768 ORLANDO. FLORIDA • tGREETINGS OVERSEAS Transportation Co., Inc. 236 SW. NRiver Drive MIAMI. FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings SCOTT & WHITEAKER 3100 N. W. 27th Ave. MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS FROM THE MIAMI CONSERVATORY Women s Club Building 17.17 N. Hayshore Drive Studios: Miami Beach, Shell. mil. nil Phone 2-5835 GREETINGS SUN MATTRESS CO. llli N. W. 2nd \\c lnnerspring Mattresses Sold W.th a Written Guarantee as Low as $10-00 .'BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS MRS. NATTS BAKERY BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS McBRIDE HOTEL 173 W. Flagler StMIAMI. FLA. GREETINGS JAKE NEHAM PAINTING CONTRACTOR 101 Washington Avenue Phone 5-3983 .Miami Beach 55 N. W. 36th STREET Phone 3-3082 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS THE HUB DRY GOODS STORE 129 N. Miami Ave. MIAMI. FLA. GREETINGS Carl F. Lambert Utility Engineer and Consultant 810 Biscayne Building MIAMI, FLORIDA Sincere Brotherhood GREETINGS FIRST STATE BANK of MIAMI SPRINGS Brotherhood Greetings MAGIC CITY BOTTLE and SUPPLY CO. E. W. CARTER 2049 N. W. 2nd Avenue MIAMI BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS SUTTON JEWELRY CO. Successor to "Whaler'." THE OLDEST JEWELRY STORE IN MIAMI ESTABLISHED 1897 132 E. Flagler Street PHONE 2-5996 D. LUCAS WOOD YARD 6835 N. W. 18th Ave. Appreciates Your Patronage Brotherhood Greetings Electric Sales and Service Co. 1550 N. E. 2nd Avenue Brotherhood Greetings WALTER H. BECKHAM Judge <->!' Juvenile Court Geo. and Sid Langer OF THE SUNGAS COMPANY 1100 West Flagler Street Phone 2-3811 EXTEND SINCERE WISHES FOR A REAL BROTH ERHCFOD GREETINGS ABBOTT ELECTRIC 186 N. E. 20th Street Phones: 3-6294—7-3082 dramatize for youth the s gnif cance of citizenship in a democracy. The sixth point of the program urges annual Youth and Democracy Rallies, such as Miami is about to witness for the first t me. GREETINGS Auto Lock & Supply Co. 1304 N. E. Second Ave. MIAMI. FLORIDA -i GREETINGS GUS JACKSON Republic Bldg. GREET1NGS ROBERT F. CUTSHAU j of the HUNTINGTON SANDWICH SHOP : Huntingto:i Bids.. Miami. Fla. I i : + GREETINGS Monnah Park Service Station 2201 N. W. 41st Street Miami, Florida GREETINGS BEN J. KINCAID Life Insurance & Annuities 411 First Natl. Bank Bldg rilC'XE 2-0721 Brotherhood Greetings JUDGE H. L.OPPENBORN The Stuyvesant Insurance Co. Mi u Participating Pi licy Issued by tliiOld Established Stiicl i an) affords substantial savings ti owners of G ll I'rupi nil :, an I Kutoinobilcs. EASTERN Underwriting Company, Inc. Congress Building GREETINGS MAULE INDUSTRIES BUILDER'S SUPPLIES 1136 N. W. 21st AVE—PHONE 4-2574 OJUS, FLORIDA—PHONE 2 4806 1760 PURDV AVE—MIAMI BEACH—PHONE 5-4663 AGAIN AVE EXTEND THE REASON'S GREETINGS MR. FOSTER'S STORE 100 East Flagler Street



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PAGE FOURTEEN W.P.A. Resumes Relief Certification (Special).—Resumption of certification for WPA work relief began in Dade County on February 1 according to announcement today of Mrs. Catherine Argo. director of State Welfare District No. 9. with headquarters at SI Ni E. First St. Due to the limited number oi social workers available, application! from those desiring WPA employment will be received daily, except Saturday and Sunday, at the welfare Office at 31 K. L. First Street, Miami. The office will he open from 9 A.Muntil 1 P.M. Only persons who have not previously been certified for work re1 ,i will be certified at this time b) the StanWelfare Board, the \\ P.A. having arranged through ita own social work staff t" recertify those who have been dropped from the rolls. W.P.A. certification was discontinued by the State Welfare Board in June of last year as an economy measure, so that such funds as were available could be used in the payment of Old Age Assistance, Aid to the Blind and Aid to Dependent Children. At that time approximately 25.000 persons had been certified to the WPA. for whom no jobs had been provided. Kesnmption of certification was made possible, according to announcement of State Welfare Commissioner CC. Codrington, by the use of part of the funds previously paid as old age assistance to nearly 900 aliens who were removed from the rolls on January 1 by a legislative amendment i<> the seat welfare act which prohibited the granting of such assistance except to citizens of the United States. About 50 additional \i>iiors have been employed over the state for W.P.A, certification exclusively, the present welfare staff, already reduced in numbers, having no time for the additional work. The ncc.ro intake .nice at Miami for W.P.A. certification will be located at 232 X. W. 6th Street. metropolitan area. Tom Watson Announces Candidacy .1. Tom Watson, residing at Tampa, is waging an active campaign in behalf of his candidacy for the office of Attorney-General of Florida. Watson, a widelyknown attorney, is covering the state rather thoroughly and is speaking to large and influential groups at all of his stops. William Shayne, past exalted sulen of the Klks. memhen of the board of Governors of the Y. M. H. A. and active in innumerable communal and civic undertakings has endorsed the candidacy of Tom Watson. "Having known Tom for a great many years and considering him a a fsiend. I unhecsitatingly endorse Tom as our next Attorney-General." Shayne said. "I have studied the aspirants for this office and know no one who is more qualfied for this position." He further said. "As to his attitude to South Florida, I believe Tom Watson has clearly stated his position." Addressing a meeting of the Young Democrats last week. MrWatson stated that "as AttorneyGeneral I will represent the State in all legal matters but definitely not in the capacity of a proseiutor." Many have rallied to Mr. Wat son's candidacy and a successful campaign is envisioned by his many friends. ."> N*. 0'ange Si, Orlando. Florida Sincere Holiday Greetings TAMNEY GROCERY and MARKET 501 W. South rhnne 0279 Orlando, Florida Brotherhood Greetings GREENTREE SODA FOUNTAIN 371 N. Orange St. Orlando. Florida Brotherhood Greetings PRESCOTTS GARAGE 1222 29th St. Phone 3646 Orlando, Florida Greetings ORLANDO MATTRESS FACTORY 500 W. South St. Orlando, Florida Brotherhood Greetings BURKES TROPICAL PAINT CO. 638 W. Robinson St. Orlando, Florida THE JEWISH FLORIDIAH FRIDAY. FEBRUARY IS. 1949 1 B'nai B'rith at the initiation of the Henry L. Monsky Class. Pictured above is the Degree Team in costume, of Sholem Lodge APPOINTED CHAIRMAN Mr. Sidney I.. Segal!, prominent attorney, was appointed chairman of the Resolutions Committee of the Young Democrats of Dade County at a meeting last Friday. CONVALESCING HERE Rabbi .1. IIRiclienste'n "i Chi cagoi 111is convalescing from ;i recent illness at 1543 S. W. 7th St HOLIDAY GREETINGS ALS LIVELY S AUTO PAINT BODY WORKS 3(100 X. Orange Orlando, Florida Sincere Holiday Greetings HINCHEY IRON WORKS 221 s. Hughey Orlando, Florida Sincere Holiday Greetings JACKSON'S DRUG STORE •Jim X. Orange Ave. Orlando. Florida Sincere Brotherhood Greetings STANDARD GARAGE and AUTO BODY WORKS %  V2-2 N. Parramore si. • hrlando, Florida %  *• Brotherhood Greetings J.J.Caldwell SHEET METAL WORK 320 America Orlando, Florida j Greetings TUCKER and BRANHAM Insurance Agents 904 Florida Bank Bldg. Telephone 3521 Orlando, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS JONES SERVICE STATION imi s. Garland Orlando. Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS HARRY'S RESTAURANT 1 %  _'•_' V Orange • trlando, Florida Greetings Lor Quick Transportation Call 5151 ECONOMY and YELLOW CAB, INC. Orlando. Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS Rehse Garage 249 Boone st. Phone 7924 Orlando. Florida I Sincere Brotherhood Greetings ORLANDO WELDING CO. til W. Line St. Orlando, Florida Brol h Iiood i ireetings J. B. Walker Superintendent Piildie Instruction • Irlando, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS DR JOHN HERTZ, M. D S04 N. Magnolia Orlando. Florida Brotherhood Greetings BANDY PRINTING CO "The Home of Good Impressions S. Dixie Highway Orlando. Florida Brotherhood Greetings Arthur Butt I ,l.\ AssCsM)!' < Orlando, Florida Sieeere Brotherhood Greetings THE SCHWOB COMPANY 114 and 116 S. Orange St. Orlando, Florida sincere Brotherh tod Greetings NORTH GARLAND BODY WORKS 529 N. Garland Phone 3632 Orlando, F^rida I HOLIDAY GREETINGS Frank Karel SHERIFF Orange County Orlando. Florida •^ HOLIDAY GREETINGS THOMAS LUMBER CO. 231 W. Gore Are. Orlando, Florida J>



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r A FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1940. THE JKWI8H FLORHHAN PAGE FIFTEENT (J H.J.A. PROVIDES MEANS, MACHINES for PALESTINE REBUILDING Despite the war, thousand* of young refugees (in photos above) continue lu find homes in Palestine with the aid of the United Palestine Appeal. The U.P.A. will receive its funds in 1940 from the nationwide United Jewish Appeal for Refugees and Overseas Needs in which the Joint Distribution Committee and the National Refugee Service, Inc. are also represented. Human material for the building of a homeland, machines for tilling the soil are provided through the support of the U.P.A. i At right) The first tractor comes to the settlement of Krith America in Northern Galilee. It's a great day of celebration at. the soil yields to the sarrilirr and hard labors of the pioneer,-. I Above right) A veteran settler inducts young newcomers into ranks of farmer*. GREETINGS SERVICE PRINTING CO. Job Printing FT. PIERCE, FLA. Holiday Greetings HECK MACHCINE CO. ?UOaJ.M.VIJI Ft. Pierce, Florida Brotherhood Greetings NEW BURSTON HOTEL 2:50 S. 2nd Street Ft. Pierce, Florida GREETINGS BLUE FRONT LIQUOR STORE 901 AVENUE D Ft. Pierce, Fla. Y.M.H.A. Notes (Continued from Page Three) Harry S. Schwartz—Your scribe is happy to be serving: his fifth year as a member of the board of directors and hopes he may continue in that capacity until the day comes when we will have seen the completion of a real Jewish community center, affiliated with the Florida Specialty Sales Co. (when working.) Was bom in Chicago. Illinois, Saturday. Jan. 5, 1910. Married two years, father of one hoy. Herman Waitsman—Although a new-comer to the "Y"), Herman has shown a great deal of ability in handling: any "Y" project placed in his hands. At present, Herman is finance chairman and also ticket chairman of the annual "Cavalcade of Stars." Judging from past performances, we children look forward to a great piece of work from Herman this yearNative of Patterson. N. J. Born September 16, 1909. Married 7 years ajro. has two children, boy and girl. Adolph Haimes Has been around the "Y" a good many years and has always 'proven his mettle when most needed. Anytime the "Y" sponsors an affair you can find Adolph at the Box Office sellor taking tickets. The Seminole Printing Co. and Adolph are one. < 'atchem ? Jules Wilson—For many years an active member of the "Y %  be was recently appointed to the board of directors. Every organization has its kibitzers and so it is with Jules. Always ready and willing to assist when needed. Jules was born in Philadelphia. Pa., October 20, 1904. Married 14 years and has one boy. Is part owner of Wilson Rental Agency. George Wolpert-One of the real old-timers around the YMHA. George has just become active again and has taken the hull V the horns, as it were, in helping t with the many improvements that have been made and are going to i I be made at the "Y". George is owner of the George Wolpert Furniture Co. Was born in Brooklyn, N. Y., March 13, 1904. Harry Gordon—Has been a good worker for the "Y" during the past .! years as a board memberHarry's pet job around the "Y" was House Chairman until recently when his own business. The Miami Jewish Funeral Home usurped most of bis limeIalways ready to assist when called upon. Came I" Miami from Macon, <"„.. Was bom Jan. 1. 190.5— is married. Fred K. Shochel A rccenl elective to the Board of l> rectors, ha? shown ability t.> become one of its besl board members. Has played a most important pan in publicising all activities of the "Y" in his Jew ish Floridian. Although the youngest board member Freddy has won bis spurs at the "Y". Hailfrom Baltimore, Maryland and is enjoying single bliss, GREETINGS LEWIS SERVICE STATION & BARBECUE 640 N. FOURTH ST. Ft. Pierce, Fla. HOLIDAY GREETINGS RINES TRANSFER CO. 231 Royal Poincianna Way PHONE 7714 PALM BEACH, FLORIDA BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS O'QUINN MOTOR CO. Dodge—Plymouth Dodge Trucks 720 FOURTH ST. Ft. Pierce, Fla. SINCERE GREETINGS UNDERWOOD CLEANERS Phone 287 104 S. FIFTH ST. Ft. Pierce. Fla. Sincere Brotherhood Greetings HOWARD BOTELER WHOLESALE CONF. 307 SANPORD AVE. Sanford. Fla. Sincere Brotherhood Greetings T. W. LAWTON Superintendent of Public Instruction Sanford, Florida Holiday Greetings PALM BEACH WOOD WORK CO. SIM) 23rd Street West Palm Bead), Florida GREETINGS JONES TIRE SHOP Recapping, Tires, Batteries, Road Service Vulcanizing, i Washing, Polishing, Lubrication, Pure Oil Products FIRST and ELM ST. Sanford, Fla. Brotherhood Greetings STRICKLAND'S PHARMACY 139 N. SECOND ST. Ft. Pierce, Fla. SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS SUNRISE MOTOR CO., INC. S. DIXIE HIGHWAY Ft. Pierce, Fla. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS CANADAY'S PHARMACY The Most UpTo-Date Drug Store in Town Phone 606 ARCADE BLDG. Ft. Pierce, Fla. GREETINGS RUSSOS BROS., Inc. Auto Equipment—United Auto Service 513 N. FOURTH ST. Ft. Pierce, Fla. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FORT PIERCE DAIRIES E. C. MILLIGAN Sales Manager 211 N. SECOND ST. Ft. Pierce, Fla. GREETINGS ST. LUCIE ICE CO. 218 AVENUE B Ft. Pierce, Fla. I



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PAGE SIXTEEN THE JEWISH FLOEDMAH FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1M0. Larson Seeks Treasurer's Post SOCIETY Thousands of fr ends throughout Florida received with enthusiasm the announcement of the candidacy of Edwin Larson for the office of State Treasurer in the coming election. Ad ve in local c rcles in behalf of the candidacy of F..1 Lai William Shayne. popular and well i n civic and communal worker. Under his admin the Florida of the Internal Rev3 ice showed the phenomf a Too per 11 ni mei >us Larson was commended by Washingtoi off i al tor the rec rd by him. Before he >•> i an i i Elector of inLarson was the youngest legislators ever to sit in the Senate or House at Tallahassee. The Twenty-ninth District, comprising Clay and Baker counties, sent him to the Senab i 1932 and before that he had represented Clay County in the House for two terms, beginning this gerv .,the youthful age of 29. He resigned his seat in the Sen, •; A igusl 1933, to accept the po 8 t ir of Internal Reve%  le As a legislator, Larson ha portunity to study State governmental operations at close range and th.experience ga ned in this service together with the excellent record which he established in the Collector's office, have equipped him exceptionally well for the high office to whidl he now aspires. Larson gave up the Federal post after %  x years of en v. able service, during which the collections of the office increased from 17,682.269 in 1933 to $51,014,700 for 1939 Seeking the office on his past record, Ed. as he is known to his many friends has pledged himself if elected, to upright and efficient discharge of the duties of the office. ELECTED TO FILL VACANCIES Dr. Samuel Beckman was unanimously elected to fill the vacancy ( created by the resignation of Alvin Grossman, first vice president and Louis Safan to the position of recording secretary created by the resignation of Leon Lieberman, • • VISITS FLORIDA Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president >f the .1 wi Land Bank of • 'olnmbin. S. <'.. in C ilumbl • wo \ it to moving to Flnrda. He came to Miami in 1924 and has been engaged in the pract ce of law continuously here nine that time. For the pa-* -• veral years he has maintained his offices in the First National Rank Building. He is a member of Harvey Seeds Post, BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Orlando Plumbing & Heating Co. 125 E. Core St. ORLANDO. FLA. Brotherhood Greetings FINNIES AUTO PARTS CO. 807 W, C Mitral Ave. Orlando, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS Shirley & Hardman Sporting Goods 206 W. Church — Phone 3410 ORLANDO. FLORIDA Brotherhood Greet ingfl L and L FREIGHT LINES, Inc. 330 State St. Orlando, Florida SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS Central Cigar and Tobacco Co. 630 W. CENTRAL Orlando, Florida < (reel ings ELDER SPRINGS WATER CO. 1629 .Mt. Vernon Ave Orlando, Florida FJM Pabst m Blue Ribbon Beer ALE SB SB BEER ORANGE STATE BEER DISTRIBUTORS 7 N PARRAMORE, ORLANDO DISTRIBUTORS OF ALE PABST BEER BEER \V< Extend the Hand of Fellowship Sweat & Ault Sheet Metal Works 313 BROOKHAVEN RD. < Irlaiulo, Florida BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Cervantes Spanish Restaurant 16 E. CHURCH ST. Orlando, Florida American Legion and of the Miami Beach Congregational ChurchHe is also a Mason. GREETINGS N. G. FILLEY Used Car Lot 200 W. CENTRAL ST. Orlando. Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS Albert Van Nest Specializing on Home Radio 12 years Phone 4678 122> Ilillcrest Ave. Orlando. Florida Greetings A. B. Herndon BLUE PRINTS Magriuler Arcade Orlando. Florida I Ireetinga FRENCH MIRROR PLATE GLASS CO. 7:. \Y. Pine Orlando, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS American Laundry & Cleaning Co. 21 \. I'AUI.WMt'KF. i irlando, Florida Holiday Greetings T. G LEE DAIRY Grade "A" Raw Pasteurized Milk Churned Buttermilk Baby M Ik Cream Butter Telephone 7300 315 X. Bumhy Orlando, Florida V HOLIDAY GREETINGS JACOB BURKHARD Plumbing 330 X. (i. MCI.AM) t trlando, Florida R itherhood Greetings RELIABLE OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. 4:1 W. Washington Orlando, Florida ') Brotherhood Greetings Victor Hutchins < onnty Judge Orlando. Florida Brotherhood Greetings CARTER LUMBER CO. 74< S. Hughey Orlando. Florida Brotherh 1 < ireetings Clyde McKenney Tax Collector Orlando. Florida Sincere Brotherhood Greetings Colin Murchison Citv Commissioner Orlando. Florida Brotherhood Day Greetings D. VARNER USED CAR LOT 234 X Central Ave. Phone 3153 Orlando, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS FLORIDA CLEANING CO 1109 E. Colonial Driv. Orlando. Florida •)


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 16, 1940

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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VOL. 13 No. 7.
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1940.
PKIC.K III CENTS
Wilcox Evans to Address
Youth Democracy Rally Brotherhood
A Youth and Democracy Rally
ored by the Youth organiza-
tions ii this area including the Y.
Mil A-. Y M C- V Greater Miami
lli-Y groups. (Irder of I '. Molay,
Dade County Council oi Bo) Scouts
: \ erica, V-Z.A. and th N'atii >n
'i ith Vdi in >trai n, will bi
In '.I \\ c ilni >da> even n. I i bruar)
21st. -it > o'cli >ck .u the Mian I li| h
Schoi i \uditi riunii 21th Am-, and
S.W.I -i Stn eti M ian i.
This meeting ^ ill stress tIi> r -
dedication ol Vi nth i"
the principles of I > mocracj. "I In
imperative need for the understand-
ing and the education "i ;'
for present day youth cannot be
overemphasized," stated Joseph A.
Hen ..' \ catii mal I lirecti Y M.H.A. and the B'nai B'ritli,
chairman "i the affair- Mr. Ber-
man "ill be assisted by Nathan
Adelman Louis Heiman, Odell Ko-
tuners and Milton A. Friedman,
The principal speakers of the
evening will In- J- Mark Wilcox,
former I'nited Stati Coi ressi
from Floridai and Rev. Richard
Rvans executive vice president of
the Congress on Democracy. An
entertainment will also be present-
ed
The public is cordially invited tc
attend. There is no admission.
Rev. Stanley C. Lowell will make
the Invocat on followed by the Boy
Scouts who will make the present-
ation of colors. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwi'.man will five the benediction.
Representatives <>f the various
youth organizations will be seated
on the stage.
In charge of the arrangements
program are Stanley Ratner, Irv-
Ing G nsburg and Harold Bamberg;
and publ'city, Melvin Ri*har8son,
Irving Freedmon, Stanley Ratner
and Irw!n Chernick.
Brotherhood
Week Nationally
Observed
More tl an !.< I
lioiil the ci mil
tin seventh annual observance of
rh -I \\ eek. i be hi Id Feb.
IS-25. ii was announced by I >r- F.v-
R. Clinchy. director of the
nal Conference I Chi si in -
and Jews under whosi auspices the
>bsi : lance will be hclil.
Pile i liciuc of this j i ,ii'- i ibscn -
ance w b 'Tli. Pn -. ill Crisis in
Iluuian Krl.iiions "
In Miami Brothcrl......1 week will
be observed bj the Young Men's
Hebn Vssociaton with \lr. Maur.
ice Grossman, executive director
and Dr. Samuel Beckmam cultural
chairman, in charge, Sunday even-
ing. Februarj 25th, at the Y club-
rooms. 1567 S- W. ~iIi St.. Miami.
David Sholtz. former governor of
Florida. will be the principal speak-
er and a musical program will also
be presented.
The Round Table Conference
composed of Jews, Protestants and
Catholics will observe Brotherhood
Week with a luncheon Sunday af-
ternoon at the Alcazar Hotel.
In announcing the date i : Br -
therhood Week, Dr- Clinch) said:
"In tb peril "I id crisis bi ihi r
hood .!'" mg Vmericans hi nines .i
national necessity. Ihcre is an ur-
gent need oi niainlaii i re < inr
.! unity and ci
mail) dixisii ctivel)
it work a ii--
i (lontinued i I a '' >
The American Task
By Rob rt A. Ashworth. I). D.
Nal ional Secretary of Brothei
Week.
The .< ..I ial i i cietj i- m>t |
'ti make the State p i\\ rful, bill
id."
If wi .il' e thi
a must \viirk fi>r I'caci i> t
Justice, for Brotherho 1
'I he -ii it 'Irei K scln Jar if Rng-
land I iilbi n M urra) has
pointed out recently that man be-
came civilized first when he was
abh t i i :a|>e into the cit) walls
and Find shelti r and s< uril.
bcasi and human i ncin i
thai man is able to be liberal mil)
when lie has the feeling of security,
i a margin i sur]ilus, ..i a sensi
of inner ease.
All ..i* thai n nd security
disappear with the com nu "i war.
Nation- il.-ir.i\ the cites "i life.
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and iik n become slaves to their
| fear-. iiituKranl and terrified
Therefore, civilization and liberal-
i-iii are dependent upon the main-
tenance of peace, at leasl in one
| part of tin' world one part "i the
world where men will not be trans-
formed into hunted and haunted
savages but where they will be able
througl security t" afford the in-
nsablc luxuries oi tolerance.
kindliness and brotherhood.
\ -( md ci ininii >n task fi r nil
- is the achievement of
new levels of hu n h pint
uril
1 Ii an nbji '

I
11 ontinui .1 oi Page 121
Welfare "Night
of Stars" Presents
Array of Talent
\n.'.
Gnaii r Miami has m rcn iil
; aradc b< h ire a capacil
ii \! i iiida) c\ enii i I
Tin .it n fi ir tin benefit ( tin lew
i-li \\ clfare Bureau. In a thn i
In iiir -Ii. i\v el i'i" b
alit) i i!n r \ acatii uting i >r v\ rkin
here will entertain ill the mammolli
-In i\\ starting at v :.?ll ;
llarn Richman ami his
in,mlii r- if the entertain
mittec, I in-- ami I limn. S
I'ucker. Joe K. Lewis. Kddic
.lack I lempsc) i' I -.nian ha\ e
iila -In iw thai H ill br m.
i than 1' m t headline names oi
the theatre, screen radio, lliuht chili
.m.l sports \\.irld 1.1 tin- -t i- r hi
the II) inpia.
\l asti r if ccrctiK m> honi ir
be shared by Kddic Garr, of the
Sunny Isles. Dun Walker, N V
News columnist; Louis Sobol, N \
Journal-American columnist; Sam-
iii) Walsh, ni the Versailles Club:
Don Lanning. of I> in Lamm. '-
and 'tin r-
Other performers will include
Abe l.yinan. Terry La- ir. the De
Marcos. Shea and K i nioiid. Tcrr\
Lavvlor, the Varsit- Right, all of
tin Royal Palm CI S <\ hie Tuck-
er Vaughn Monr anil Joan \b
butt, ni .lack I'svy's; loe I'
- i Sistei
: and Ma I tin lul
di ; La !
1 I i -

Welfare Auxiliary
Soortsors Mother -
Daughter Program
Th annual Mother and I laugh- j
ter's I la) pri gram spoil n il b) tin
I.a.lies Vuxiliary of the Jewish \\
fan Bureau will be held Mon lay
afternoon February 19th, a! 1 P.M..
at the Rvans Hotel. Miami Beach
Mrs Ida Optner, president, will :n-
troduci Rabbi Vbraham A. Kellner
who H give tin invocation. Rab-
bi Colman A. Zwitman, guest speak.
er. will have as ins subject "Mo-
thers in Israel". Mr-- Harold Turk.
Mrs. Evelyn Nan..-, and Miss Max-
inc Kantor will also be presented on
the program, which will be con-
cluded with the benediction by Rab-
bi Moses Mescheloff. Honored
guest of the afternoon \\ 11 be a
member who i- the mother of the
youngest daughter. Mrs. Nat Wil-
liams. Greeting guests will be the
hospitality committee. Mr-- Harry
Magid. Mrs Hen Slote and Mrs. M.
1.. Marcu-. In charge .'I an i". I
ments are Mrs. Morris Cowan. Mrs
Melvin Davis, and Mrs. Herbert
Simon. The public is cordially in-
vited to attend.
Brotherhood
The Ten Commandments
1. 1 will repudiate the idea that those who disagree with me are not
good Americans.
2. I will not allow racial or religious differences to determine my vote.
3. 1 will appreciate what others than my own group have done to make
America great.
4. I will try to understand the background of those of other religious
loyalties.
5. 1 wiil help to create mutual respect and trust between members of
different religious and racial groups.
6. I will cooperate heartily with those of other faiths in work for the
common good.
7. I will always protest when those of other faiths are defamed.
8. 1 will not be misled by false doctrines of race nor claim superiority
to others on the ground of race alone.
9. 1 will apply the Golden Rule to those of all races and religions and
treat them as I should like to be treated.
10. 1 will pray for those of other faiths than my own and prize their
prayers for myself.
irde.
ii, and \\
and Bodie. I Carrousi!; V
I'i iiningi in. I.am Allan
and Vim Page,
mont Club: F.ddii larr tin K
son Th in- ii" tin Sun til Isle-
< hvi n and I'arki r, 11< unel i (in n
and Jem Krugei
Kill;,'- : Sail my W ilsh, Cai
and I '
-..ili -; Tiuii Lane. Ruth i I
Joi Ca| : o. of the Club Bali; Li i
I iclds, I mI. II and J i an and
Stuarl of tin Roadside R< -i ; N'ii '
Sett. Tubb) Rives of the Xut Club;
I Ii M I.ami ng. Mac Mack. and
Marie l.ewi-. ,,i 1 Ion I.an:: I
Paul Mall. Four Gentlemen t
Rhythm, of the Rsqutn Cub:
Marty Bohn, Nancy Lee Harry B)
i"ii and Jackie of Jeff's; John Hali
Marilyn I Hike. Zander Stern ami
Bob Brown "i the Bar of Music
the entire show from the Russian
Bear; Frances Faye. Lewis Sisters;
Rogers and Morris and Lenny Kim
of the Paddock; Sonya Zaranoff.
.f the Five O'Clock Club.
Among the lintels contributing
are the Miami Biltmore with Klvir.l
Rios. John L'ppman and Castaine
and Barrie; Hollywood Beach II. -
teh with lane I'icken- and In i
Roncy Pla/a with Parry I .
Georges and Jalna. Terr) La :
C'ini. Sara Ann McCabe, Arthlll
Murrav 1 lancers and tin r.
Vnd added to thai long list !
I be Ben H
, '. |1||( [.oil Ross.
. the Kit/ Brothei
! rctt Hort rein
Jessi I.
.i 1 .
:.
l>
II 1 ai
:.,'-
' i J < .
Youth Aliyah
Receives Allocation
TAMPA. I'I. \. Scouting was
made an integral ; art of the pro-
gram "i the B'nai B'rith, meeting
n it- annual session authorized the
creation of a National B'nai B'rith
tee .n S utin which will
sine as a liaison between B'nai
B'rith and the Bi Si its of Vmer -
ca.
Una: B'rith also appropriated
$.'5(i(i to Youth Miyah. This ,-
the third appropriation made by
B'nai B'rith to Youth Aliyah since
193*
The F.xecutivc C immittee also re-
affirmed B'nai B'rith's stand in
port "i the boycott of all Get
goods and services, voting ti
>w< r the B'nai B'rith Ri
mitt ei. In uli'l by I lav i'i Ri ib
inson. ni Portland. Oregon, t' -
tinue to c operate with all other
agencies engaged in the anti-Nazi
boycott.


PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1940.


SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
SORORITY ELECTS
OFFICERS
1
i
I
ENTERTAINS
M r. and Mrs. Si Goklstrom w ( re
h -:- 1 party at the "Blossom
opera Saturday evening in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mon*
il Omaha. Nebraska. Included
in the part} were Mr, and Mrs. Le 1
and Mr, and Mr-. Her-
Mr. Mon sky 1 national president
1 ll'nai B'rithi with Mrs. Monskyi
Al the n >i the Tri
Beta Sorority hcIdW'idncsda} e\en-
ilu home "i llarryette Katz
the annual elccti' >ii "t officers n ..-
held. Muriel S;i\it/ was elected
\ni ; Lillian Rubin. n ice
president: Ina Steuer, n.
tarj ; B( lla Shaff o rn -
inu seen tai I'. arl I !in>
Sunda) in Palm Beach ,i> the treasurer, and ,1 >ycc >ri auditor.
esi of Chaim Wcitzmani leaving
llowii tor Jackson-
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RUMMAGE
NEEDED
' 1 cau K
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1. in nand. U
Il \\ i ce in
Il bundles v
' r,
Appi lintcd as ch lirmen er< 11
. in. publicit) : Ruth K
welfare and Kthel
*
CEI.EBR \! i: WEDDING
ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. S 1 s !, '
: their forty-fifth w<
a dinner Sunday
Palatial K
urant, w th members of their
family pri nl. 1 iuests p
were Mr. ai .1 M rs. Is doi I
son Louis, Mis- Ida S hwartz, Mr.
Urs. Jai k S hwai tz and son
Alvin, Mr. A. Cameron of Cleve-
land, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Seh
I of Chicago and Mrs. Rutl
Schwartz.
SPECIAL MEETING
CALLED
A special meeting lias !> en
called by the Greater Miami Work-
men's C rele Branch 692 for Tues-
day evening February 20th at
8:30 P. M. at the Beth Da id Tal-
mud Torah for the purpose of de
c .1 ng whi ther to have a convales-
cent institute n in Florida. All
membei 9 and friends w ho arc in-
terested are urged to attend.
* *
VISITS
HERE
\\ Y.,
is visit ing her sister and bn I
in-law. M r, .'!'! Mis. Jai v
w'll I'cma 11 here for se>
*
VI All JONGG I' VRTY
TO BE 111 I I)
. H. Koretsky w
at a M
- red by I
Women's 11
home 1552 Collii
'
at 2 P. M.
w 1
' Myers, J. A :. V.
man. A. !'. W
li. II. London and S. H. I.uts
members are cordially
attend.

SPINOZA GROUP
MEETS
Professor Wm. X. McMaster ad-
dressed the Spinoza Group last
Saturday afternoon on the subject
"Reading Scripture as Literature."'
Next Saturaday afternoon the
group "ill meet as usual on the
lawi 1059 Collins Ave., Miami
Beai h at P. M. Dr. Abraham
Wolfson will speak on "The Hu-
man Mind." Before the lecture
oup II listen to the opera
bro i.l.a ited from the Metr ipol tan
Op. ra House. Open discussion fol-
lows the lecture. There is no
charge. The publ c is ii vited I
tend.
* *
INIT1 VTION
HELD
Thi Mia f A Z. \.
he or-
il 1. Ptai li v Si
er. I : I' '
Si-Pg 1 ;'
\
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1 ieb
!
b lace at I
7th.
CARD PARTY
TO BE HELD
The Pioni er \Y men's 1
lion 1 't" Greater Miami for Pal
will hold a card part} Sund
ing. March 3rd, al the Retl
\tiil toriuni, \l ian i, ..1 1(1
\ .it- -11 c.i- (I ,r will bi
refn thuicnts ser\ ed.
,. : i fifty cei '
nd tickets
from any member ..r at th.
1 friends
II I and tl
....

TO GIVE
SUPPER
The Greati 1 Miami \V
;: B92 will hold
m -
18th al fi p,
the Y. M. II. A. The
im will be H
\)' mi
friend:
tend.
RFSIDENT
DIES

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Israel 1 |

ng al '
V*. he was .
1
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! He -
survived by h dow, Mrs.
doi;' and a son, II w-
ard S. Rosendoi:'.
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They just copy her recipe and her methods. The soup is made
the small batch way without meat or meat stock, of course.
It's a delicious blend of garden-fresh vegetables.
NOT A CONDENSED SOUPI
16 full ounces of soup. Nothing to add! Just heat and serve!
Retains all of the original flavor.
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Direct route from Florida via
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Travel in comfort and safety
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Larkin, Salon Consultant.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1940.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
rt
Council News
Mrs. Benjamin Levine, President,
advises thai Tuesday. February 27th.
(luring her stay was among the Mel-'of us have
egates entertained ;it a tea in the
White House by Mrs. Roosevelt.
Principal address will be given by
Dr. R. 1.. McNicoll, faculty mem-
ber i>f the University >f Miami
whose subject will be "Pan Anieri-
one or more defects,
at 1 P.M.. at the Evans Hotel. Mi- canism and the European War."
ami Peach, the annual Children's
Aid Luncheon will be held. Sub-
scription is $<>.(KI for Miami Section
members anil $2.00 for guests.
The Childrens Aid Fund is for
the purpose of bringing children
from foreign countries to America.
ranging in aye- from ten to fifteen
>ear- These children are subsidiz-
ed to homes in order to enable these
youths to complete their education
am! to find a vocation to maki them
self-supporting after they finish
their school education. Th< Na-
tional Council "i Jewish Women as
.i rcci>kii zed agencj > re i n
sole control in I9.HJ b> the United
Stale- l'e'li ral (V >\ el lllllelll I I brill
over and stipeni/c these bovs ami
girls.
M is. I r\ inu Ki rbli y. Chain
Children \il for Miami S
and her cimimittec are endea r in
ilii- year In no '\ er the lop and at
lite same lime |ji\e lho*< a I
the luncheon thai afternoon i pro-
gram thai will lonu be rein mbiri I.
The committee is arranging an all-
professional musical show and we
have the p rot nisi thai the l"iicl
to be set v ed ill nu er be *ui
in ilic Cit) of Miami. M- i ibei anil
friends of Miami Section we urge
you all lo support this fund and
spend a i Ira-.mi afternoon with us.
The weekl) l-'oruni sponsored by
ihe National Couficil of Jewish
Women Miami Section will 1"- held
Friday afternoon at 2 P.M. at the
Evans Hotel. The personality gar-
den will inaugurate a series
sketches of outstanding American
Women, and the first will be given
by Mrs. Harry Barnhard on Mrs
Franklin l> Roosevelt- Mrs. Barn-
hard just returned from the Nation-
al conference on the Cause and t lire
of W ar held in W ashinv i >n and
WOLPERT'
N FURNITURE*
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PHONE 3-4132
The musical numbers will be pre-
sented by Mrs. C. Roy Angelli vo-
calist, assisted by Mrs. Charles
Martin-Vcgue. pianist. The study
course on the Jewish Poets in
America in the 19th Century will be
given by Mrs. I. M Wienstein.
CHILD GUIDANCE
By Joseph A. Berman
(The writer will be gkul p> answer
111} problem of hi- reader-. W rile
to him in care if iln- papi r-1
Today's column completes the ar-
ticles i mi unhealthy mi ntal attitudi -
and beh i\ii : atterns ''Inabilitj li i
fact Reality" and "Failure In l>e-
Stall i Independence'' an
two \ ei \ common unhealthy mental
altitudes.
Inability to face reality often
:.'-- nl
cir chilih en I.....Icpei i
them. o\ er-proti ctii nil >\er-in
luLiii- them. Children for whom
e\ i rj thing is d< >ne cum >l c i '
lifficull problems in later life I. fe,
for tin- p.r- mi who -' eks to run
"' I;
;iwa\ from reality in-lead ol facing
u anil conquering it. becomes a scr- I
ies of escapes from all realities. ,opporti
\nd many seek escape in a way
thai seriously impairs their menial,
health- One who fails to face diffi-
culties when they present them-
selves during the early formative
years, later in life react- in a simi-
.
either physical or mental. We must
realize tin-. Also, we must realize
that n therefore follows that most
of us are trying to overcome these
delect-, through compensatory pro.
cedures- For example. Demosthenes,
possessing a speech defect became
a noted orator. Napoleon, physical-
ly inferior, set out to control and
dominate the world. The boy in
school, because of retarded intel-
lectual development, is unable to
compete successfully with his fel-
low pupil- and so compensates him-
self for that failing bj -e.km. suc-
cess through athletic achievement.
However, many in their effort to
adjust themselves to their defects,
cither oxer-compensate or iinder-
compensate. This unhealthy atti-
tude ti nils to product i \i.
and distorted personalities.
ire to develop a state of in-
dependence i- -till another un-
he iltlij menial attitude. \- young-
sters, we an- naturally d pendent
:i| mi out ; ar. nl- .mil eldl : II w
ei c r. a wi gn i\\ in j ears, this di
peiulence should lessen mud the
tune an ives n h
all -hackle-. It should be a gra-
dual pri ici -- I'h :- a iii rn al t e-
action. Often, however, we fail to
develop this independence and con-
tinue de| enih nl upon iihers, TI i
causes for this are mail) but u-u-
all\ re-i in faulty early training,
in being raised in an cn\ roimienl
where We are made to depend Upon
and lati r offered little i ir no
this dependency.
We sholllil, every now ami llieii
take inventory of ourselves, to see one-, we can begin training our-
if we cannot discover and recognize selves to overcome or modify these
in ourselves, unhealthy att tudes anil undesirable traits to the extent that
behavior pattern- as well a- health)
ones. If we discover uuhealthv
we will be able to live
more hopeful liv <-.
happier and
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ir way with the result that social
maladjustment develop- and life lor
that per-oii become- a total failure.]
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All Glass Starting Box
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NEW ORLEANS...... 14.75
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TXZ JEWISH 7L0UDUM
wJewist) IFKoriiclli& r
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
P. O. Box 2973
PLANT AND OFFICES
21 8. W. Second Avenue
[
J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
I
B'NAI B'RITH
m
NOTES
Harold Turk.
____________FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1940
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager
Entered second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at
Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL
FLORIDA CITIES
SUBSCRIPTION
One year .................................................-....................................----------- St.00
Six Mcnths ...........................................-................................................. $1.00
VOLUME 13No. 7
FEBRUARY 16. 1940
It will be the policy of this col-
umn to have members of the B'nai
B'rith. who arc Chairman of Com-
mittees or particularly active in
iome branch of B'nai B'rith activi-
ties, to write ami inform the mem-
bership through this medium about
uch activities.

Several events of outstanding
importance are scheduled for the
coming week in which B'nai B'rith,
and its members continuing their
leadership, are actively interested.
The Miami Chapter of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and .lews, under the leadership of
Frances P. Locke, is to hold a
luncheon in connection with Na-
tional Brotherhood Week, on Fri-
day. February 16th. Benjamin
Bronston, the Jewish ci -chair-
man, has invited many leaders in
the community to participate in
the go id-will luncheon,
On Monday evening the Night of
Stars program, which has the ac
tive support and hearty endorse-
ment of B'nn B'rith, is to be held
. w'th Br >thcr R. R. Adler play-
ing his usual active role.
It is important that all Ben
Bi iths support the Youth in De-
mocracy Program being sponsored
by A. '/. A., the Junior B'nai
B'rith organizat on, together with
COMING EVENTS my money I'm going down the hue
February 21Youth and Detuoc-, with him starting right now (or a
racy Rally, Maim Senior High 3r School, sponsoredI jointly by JM. I thc building of j^
H.A.. B uai Brith. UeMolay,
Boy Scouts, and other cine organi-* Cent" lm SUre h has c .up-
Main speakers: Honorable Prt of ,he entlre community. .\I
and Reverend Hick
zations
Mark Wile
Evans-
I'ebruary 22Washington's Birth-
day Rally at l!.iv front l'ark.
I'ebruary 25Brotherhood Week
Rally. Sunday night, February 25.
(iuesi speaker, Former governor
Dave Sholtz. Fine musical program.
Purpose of this meeting t" cr ite
a belter understanding and inlm.
Ii vv
Dc-
betvvcen Christians and
tails next week.
I' S- \\ < received oui rl
citi' n from tin I del it c!
man) thanks,
WHO'S WHO ON THE BOARD
OF DIRECTORS
is one of Miami's most brilliant at-
torneys. A bachelor.
Irving QueridoA recent valuable
asset to the board Irv has done h -
bit in offering suggestive aid as well
as physical aid. Promises to be-
come .. real "V" patriarch. Is af-
filiated with the June Dairy { u.
Migrated to Miami from Brooklyn,
N 1 where he was born April |_\
'" Married J yen..
Dr. Harold Rand -Has risen
of x
great heights
Brotherhood Week
For Jews, throughout the ages, have always been the glad
bearers of tidings of amity, good will and understanding to their
neighbors, the celebration and observance of Brotherhood Day all other young groups' at the Mi-
i; but the carrying into effect of true Judaism.
Here in the land cf sunshine it is a happy fact that all of us.
be we Jew, Catholic or Protestant, have recognized the con-
tributions of Jefferson, Adams, Madison, Lord Baltimore, Roger
Williams and others who established the very foundations upon
which America was built.. Happily, we have learned the lessons
ef the American traditions and principles of civil and religious
liberty.
Brotherhood Day. properly, does not urge church unions.
Rather it emphasizes faith and loyalty to one's own group.
It engages in no religious controversy.. It does emphasize those
social and communal tasks which are of common concern and
interest, and call, and calls for co operation from all. Brother-
hood Day proclaims that Jews, Catholics and Protest-
ants in their religious beliefs and rituals may be as separate as
fhe fingers in an outstretched hand, while in their im-
pact upon common undertakings which good citizenship re
quires, they should be as united as a man s clenched fist.....
The present world crisis is not entirely due to the break-
down of the economic and political structure of society.
Its cause can be traced to the failure of man to give primacy
to conscience and to moral values. All commodities have risen
in value, but human life is cheap and considered almost worth-
less. Brotherhood Week should arouse in us a realization of the
high worth and incalculable value of the human personality. It
pleads for more than mere tolerance. It calls for mutual love,
understanding and respect between members of various religi-
ous groups. Only such love and understanding will assure us
that democracy will flourish in America.
ami Senior High School, on Wed-
nesday evening February J 1st.
Rev. Dick Evans and Hon. Mark
Wilcox will deliver the principal
address) I. Too much credit cannot
be g'.ven to A. Z. A. for nitiating
this celebration.
To culminate -the activity for
week. B'nai B'rith is taking an
important part in the celebrations
being planned for Wash ngton's
Birthday, under the leadership of
the Florida Congress on Democra-
cy, in which we are all vitally in-
terested. Members are urged to
attend the luncheon of all club
groups which is being given pub-
lic ty; and are requested to at-
tend the monster pubVic Democra-
cy rally to be held at Bayfront
Park on the 22nd
Between Trie Lines
By Lester K. Stein
An open letter to the People of
the Book:
Dear Brother and Sister Jews:
When a Jewish book goes through
sis printings in only three years, it's
not mily amazing, but the book it
self must In- phenomenal. At the
risk of repeating myself, may I sug-
gest that you read Marvin Lowen-
that's THE JEWS OF GERM W'Y
You remember how fascinating you
found his A WOK 1,11 PASSED BY
how intriguing bis MEMOIRS J feeling Jew with a heart and a mind
GLUCKAL VON
Jewish Marquise
HAMELN
de Sevigne
OF
the .
well, here in one book is not only
the fascination of the former, the
intrigue of the latter, but. in addi-
tion, the thrill- and chills of a mys-
tery thriller, and the faith and hope
of the Psalmist himself. It is the
best and the most complete inter-
pretation of Jewish life in Germany
from the beginning till now. and
even beyonda history and a pro-
phecy. \t only Si 75 the Jewish
Publication Society (Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania), is practically giving
the book away.
While we're on the subject of thc
Jewish Publication Society's books,
just think, memberships are only
>5.00 a year. Every thinking and
ought to belong and contribute t>
this fini undertaking. Think about
it It's a splendid work, and ;
able to you t..... Three fin< Jewish
book i \ erj v< ar and subs tan I al
discounts in purchasing the others
tin } put nut. So come on you !> ok-
worms and Book-of-tbc-Month-
Clubbcrs. join your own Jewish
Publication Society. Do yourself.
your family, and your people a fav-
or.
I lion has a si lall
group ivho carrj thi bulk
i if thi : llieir hi >uldi
'Y" its n i
Cl'| ti ill.
V t 1111 I a > t i '
u held in June f i;,. n
Were I : and
.I thi Y-.M-H. \
we ha, c iii.i cased that number to
twentj I be lie j i : should
know who t e< men art and re-
s|K>nsible for the the success ..i ihis
fine Youth Building organization.
Maur.cc Grossman our executive
director unquestionablj has played a
yeoman a part in laying the plan- for
the mail) cultural, social and athletic
[programs conducted by the organi-
sation. Each of us have our favor-
it' projects and with Mr. ('.. its the
Y.M.H.A. Summer II...... Camp.
Without a doubt the greatest p
.led under taken by the "Y", Main-
ic was born in Allentown. Penn-
sylvania, I lecember 31, 1893 h.
been married 19 years and lias tw..
daughters,
.lack Aptc is ,i chartt i iik bi i
"t the A ..: il has b< en i >n the
hoard -nice it- incc| ti 41. Jai k i-
a past \ ice I'ri sident and todaj his
pet project is mai the ^ I
Ii iwling team, lack is in
hip with Nat III t the
Reliable Men'- St. re, Hails
as one
most capable I' >cl irs \-
Camp physician Harold perl
i notable piece of work
l.a past Secretary ol the ~i
is pn -cntiy a .! yeai boar i
ber. \\ as born in Y m
I h ... March 12 1908. Verj ,
bachi Ii i
I.. Robinson I- chairman
moi Club of thc Y \l II. \.
and one oi the "Y" '- lutstand -4
' Performed a i
ion- mice of work as chain
i the Cavalcade of Stars Sh
\ waj read) to accept any dill
wn In- way. By the waj I..
President of the American '
and Trust Co.
Lewis Safan Called Lew ai
er name- for short. A "Y" ti
oi -) years standing. Lew has doiu
some fine publicity work for tin
"Y and today is managing the Y.
MH A. Basketball team, leaders of
the league. Professionally tl e
old
Dean Russell \ Kasco. School of
Law. University of Miami. an-
nounces the designation of the
School oi l.aw Library as thc Unit-
ed State- Government Depository
for the Fourth Congressional Dis-
trict of Florida for all documents,
books, laws. etc. published by the
United States Government- This
make- available for the general pub-
lic a vast collection of materials of
vreat value and interest. 1 lean
Rasco urges the public to maki use
of the library's facilities, as part
of the service of the University of
Miami, School of Law. to the com-
munity of greater Miami.
The cooperation of Hon. A. Pat
Cannon. M. C. for the Fourth Flor-
ida Congressional District made r
pt isible for the School of Law to
offer this splendid service
from New York City. \. Y was
horn October 3. 1897, lias been mar-
ried 16 years and has 2 b< j -
Mattj Dandier, although a recent
addition t,, iht board of d rector-.
has aided materially in furthering
:l" ; rogri------1 tl \ by his pr< -
ence. We -h.u, iii Matty's recent
bereavement and anxiously await his
return as an active board member
again. I- owner of June Dairy Co.
Was bom 1892 in \,u York Cits.
N. Y.
'.....lyear Tire Co. is the emj i
of this fine Lifeguard salesman
Was horn m New Haven, Connecti-
cut, Oct. 22. 1912. Although a bach,
elor Lew is Ner> eligible foi
riage,
Nat Blumberg Old Reliable
the boy. call him ha- been a fixtl
around the "Y" since its inc<
Nat a charter member and h; -
been the Treasurer of the irgani
tion fi of the last 8 year-. I
pel hobby just give him a fir-i
baseman's glove and watch hi
play In- head off especially now tli. I
AI Berkowiu has workei
"Y" over a period
l> so as Membership Chairman C-ui
worked for the
oi years especial-
his legs are giving way. Nat i-
partner of Jack Aptes at the 01
Rel able Men's Store. Migrated
Miami from Savannah. ( ,a arriv. I
on this- good earth January 23. 190
has been married nigh on to IJ
years and has l daughter-
Samuel Becknian. A real Y '
trooper if there ever was one. anil
lor the past four years a member
of the board of directors. Doc >-
he I- generally called handles all th
accounting work for the "Y" and
his pet pleasure is his job of cha i
man of all the cultural meetings. Is
affiliated with the Clyde Epperson
nways be vounted upon to d,, hi- i v
share where ih. v i ? Accounting Co. Is a native
-a 5. his Dada"Tee.t ".....ft Y' "ff & ""
""' ^Pe nd Metal Co, He hail, ***'" '*?ta ^t
from Jacksonville, M... Born Oct 18, 1012.
I' Albert Pallot. President of the
Y.M.H. V., and without a doubt OM)
of Miami- hardest communal work.
"'- ne '" th. only organisations
'll;" xl iv not a member is th
es.
Henry Cibbc- \ mighty fine
scrappy addition to the board. Ha'
aided materially with his SUggl '
tioiis and cooperation especially
the construction line which happei
'" be Henry's profession. In fa i
he has taken it upon himself I
i pervise all improvements to be ma :
Vorkmens Circle. However hi. firs. ,., Y pr0perty ,.....,. U
"ovealw-ay, has been and still U the born i Madi-,,,,. Florida. Sep. 12,
VMII.y Earl has Served the "Y" |90r* [, married, has 2 children.
as president for two terms and for | M0RE NEXT WEEK
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washing-ton Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
C2-*i Michigan Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenu*
'Phon* 6-2U13
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
Shachriss: Daily at 7 and 8 A.M.
Saturday at 7 and 9 A- M. Min-
nionaires at 9:00 A. M.
Minolta: Daily from 5:15 P. M.
Friday and Saturday at 5:30 P. M.
Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday at 5:45
P. M. Rabbi Mescheloff preaches
on the "Portion of the Week."
Maariv: Daily at 6:25 P. If., Fri-
day at 6:00 P. M. Saturday at 6:40
P. II.
FRIDAY EVENING FORUM
"The Lives of Great Men" will
be the subject of this Friday eve-
ning's lecture by Rabbi Mescheloff
Singing will be lead by Cantor
Mnmches. Doors open at 8:00.
Service starts promptly at S:30.
BAR MITZVA
This Saturday morning's Bar
Mitzva will be Irwin Teitch. His
friends are cordially invited to at-
tend the service Irwin will de-
liver an address. The Rabbi will
speak to the boy during the serv-
ices. The Cantor will chant the
liturgy.
MINNIONAIRES
The Millionaires will conduct
their regular Sunday morning
senice at 0:01) A. M. Last week's
sermonette Was delivered by Mast-
er Morton Rosenbauni. The Rabbi
will continue h s dscussion of the
Siddur, and Jewish prayers. The
regular meeting will be held Wed-
nesday at 7:30 P. M. The set of
newly elected officers will be pub-
lished next week.
HABANOTH
The sen or division will meet Mon-
day at 7:00 P. fit at the synagogue.
The Junior d vision will meet
Thursday evening at 7:00 P. M.
Each is arranging a Purim pro-
gram to be presented at the syna-
gogue. The tentative date, Sunday
evening, March 17th. More next
week.
MIZRACHI
A very well attended meeting of
the Miami Beach Mizrachi divi-
sions was held Saturday n:ght. A
reception for the three great Rab-
bis, Rabbi E. Silver of Cincinnati,
Rabbi E. Epstein of Chicago and
Rabbi A. Kalmanowitz. who have
come for the benefit of the Emer-
gency Fund for the War-torn Yes-
hivoth of Poland, was held.
Dr. B. DeKoven pres ded. Ad-
dresses were heard from Rabbi A.
M. Oshinsky of Pittsburgh, Rabbi
M. Rubin of New York, Rabbi B.
Margolin of Chicago. Rabbi
Mescheloff, and Rabbi Epstein on
behalf of the guest rabbis.
Guest speakers for the evening
were Mrs. D. Kanimerman, presi-
dent of the greater New York
Council of the Women's M zraehi
and Mrs. Fi. Sundelson-Stander, na-
tional Vice President of the Miz-
rachi.
Cantor Mamches sang a few ap-
propriate numbers, and the child
cantor. Avremele Amsel, rendered
a Saturday night song. A number
if new members were made.
The next meeting and Melaveh
Malkeh of the Miami Beach Miz-
rachi is to take place at our syna-
gogue, Saturday n'ght. March 0th.
Remember the date.
SISTERHOOD
A second check for $200 was pre-
sented to the St. Francis Hospital
for the Sisterhood by a committee
consisting of Mrs.'B. H. London,
Mr. Sol Goldstrom and Rabbi M.
Mescheloff. This leaves a balance
of only $100 to complete the Sister-
hood project of endowing a hospi-
tal ward at the St. Francis.
AFFILIATED GROUPS
The Junior Pioneer Women meet
every Thursday at 800 P. M. The
Pioneer Women every other Wed-
nesday night.
The Council of Jewish Juniors
meet every other Tuesday night
at 9:00.
The A. Z. A. meets every Sunday
at 7:30 P. M.
The Boy Scouts meet every Tues-
day at 8:00 P. M.
The Yuong Judeans meet every
Thursday evening at 8:00 P. M.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Our Religious School sessions
are hold daily from 3:30 to 7:00
P. M. and Sunday from 10 to 12.
Registration of children takes
place daily from 4 to 0 I'. M. Sun-
day from !':30 to 10:30 A. M.
GREETINGS
Inland Press
:*04 W. South St.
Orlando, Florida
Brotherhood Greetings
Carl Jackson
County Commissioner
Orlando. Florida
Brotherhood Greetings
C. M. GAY
Circuit Court Clerk
Orlando. Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
C. R. STEVENS
REALTY CO.
64 N. Court
Orlando, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Howard Bros.
Funeral Home
602 W. South
Orlando, Florida
WEST FLAGLER ENJOYS
CAPACITY CROWDS
West Flaglcr Kennel Club. Mi-
ami's most popular greyhound rac-
ing track, is enjoying its greatest
season in history this year in both
attendance and nuitucl play.
Throngs arc jamming the track to
capacity every night.
The largest crowd of the season
was on hand Tuesday night, Feb.
13, for the opening of that special
Inter-city Four-Dog match race ser-
ies between champions of the St
Petersburg Kennel Club. Jingle
Jajiglc and Suwannce. and champ-
ions of the West I-lagler Kennel
Club. Rural Kubc and Cherokee
Stroller.
Brotherhood Greetings
MAYNARD
ACKLEY, INC.
TIRES BATTERIES
104 W. Central
Orlando, Florida
Close to 10.000 fans witnessed the
first clash between the quartet
which was staged over the sprint
3-loth mile course, the event going
to one of the St. Petersburg grey-
hounds, Jingle Jangle.
Rural Rube, breaking last from
the box, came up with a powerful
burst of speed on the home stretch
and although he failed to gain top
honors, he almost caught Jingle
Jangle at the wire.
The greyhounds met again Thurs-
day night over the futurity course,
while Saturday night they are book-
ed over the long S-16th distance-
Brotherhood Greetings
Bert's Shop Auto,
Inc.
1016 W. Church St.
Orlando, Florida
Greetings to Our Jewish
Friends and t'ustomera
SOUTH POLE FISH and
POULTRY MARKET
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cole
618 s. PARRAMORE
Orlando, Florida
GREETINGS
Woody's Wood Yard
847 S. Parramore St.
Orlando, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
THE BRASS RAIL
22 E. CHURCH
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
GREETINGS"
RICHARDS & PORTER
42 W. CONCORD AVE.
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FARM & HOME MACHINERY CO.
430 W. ROBINSON AVE.
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TILLER'S GARAGE
54 W. PINE
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
FLORIDA BATTERY & ELECTRIC*
WORKS
C. C. REMUSAT, Manager
316 W. WASHINGTON ORLANDO, FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
FULFORD VAN & STORAGE CO.
135 N. MAIN
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
R. B. ROGERS
ARCHITECT
21 W. PINE ST. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
WE EXTEND GREETINGS
American Fire & Casualty Co.
WALTER I.. HAYS, President.
EXCHANGE BLDG.
ORLANDO, FLORIDA



'
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
RUSS MATTRESS CO.
1122 W. CHURCH ST.
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
SINCEREST HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS
NEWALD MOTORS, INC.
62 N. COLONIAL
ORLANDO, FLORIDA


PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1940.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KBLLNER. Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p.
m.
Friday evening services, 5:30 p
m.
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
AJaariv: 20 minutes past sunset.
ORTHODOX CONGREGATION
RELIGIOUS FORUM
This Friday evening reli
forum will commence at 8:30 o'cl >ck
and will haw a^ guest speaker Rab-
bi Meir Freed of the Yeshiva Col-
legre who will speak on "Jewish Edu-
cat onal Ideals." Congregational
singing will be led by Mr, M
Hoffman and a most cordial wel-
i i extended to all.
LADIES AUXILIARY
A s|. cial meeting of our Ladies
Auxiliary will be held Tuesday af-
ternoon! February 20th, at 1 P.M.,
in the Y Auditorium( 1567 S- VV. Sth
St, This special meeting will 1m
a cultural ami social motive and will
feature Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
\ Temple Israel as guest speaker.
Mrs. Benjamin R isen will offer
piano selections an.I vocal selections
will be rendered by a distinguished
s:n^. r. A mi -i cordial and friendly
welcome is extended to all our
friends and members.
ANNUAL BALL
Our ninth annual ball of our La-
dies Auxiliary will be held Tuesday
evening! February 27th, in the beau-
tiful ballroom of the Miami Wom-
en's Club. Judging by the advance
sale of the ticket- and by effort ex-
pounded by the committees we will
have the most successful affair ever
held yet bj mr organizal on. An
excellent orchestra and splendid
performance numbers as well as the
refreshment booths arc a guai
"t a most entertaining and enjoy-
able ii cuing.
MIZRACHI MELVAEH
MALKEH
Our Mizrachi group uill continue
this Saturday night with their suc-
cessful Melavi Malkch. This affair
will start at 8:30 P.M. and will hon-
or the famous Rabbi of Moszive
who is vacationing in our midst. A
Splendid musical program featuring
several famous Cantors will be ar-
ranged and distinguished guest
speakers will extend greetings- The
committee in charge will spare no
effort to insure a splendid and en-
joyable evening. The success of the
last affairs is by itself a sufficient
assurance for an evening of Jewish
spirit, song and Torah. In charge
of arrangements is the Ladies Miz-
rachi organization.
BORUCH HABO
We are happy to welcome to our
midst Rabbi Solomon Sadowsky.
chief Rabbi of the Jewish Ortho-
dox community .d Rochester, X. Y.
who arrived for a vacation m our
community- We hope that the op-
portunity will present itself to hear
this distinguished leader in Israel.
We are also happy to welcome
Rabbi J. L- Swiskow of Milwaukee.
\\ i-. Rabbi Swiskow has spoken in
our synagogue several times in the
past and we look forward with plea-
lire to hearing him again.
Sincerest Brotherhood
Day Greetings
ATLANTIC BODY AND
TOP SHOP
424 OKEECHOBEE KM)
Phone 5376
WEST PALM BEACH
+
GREETINGS
UNITED AUTO SERVICE
M. A. DEFBNDORF
Pure Oil Products, Authorized
United Motors and Auto Lite
Service, Starting, Lighting
Ignit-on, Fuel Pumps, Car-
buretor. Shock Absorbers.
Motor Tune Up
1314 s. Poinsettia Bond
WEST PALM BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
I
GREETINGS
UNIVERSAL SERVICE
CO.
. Refrigeration Service .
717 GREEN STREET
Phone 7341
W si Palm Beach. Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
J. R HIME ELECTRIC
CO.
376 s. C( ll'NTRY ROAD
Phone 1311
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
=5 J.H.BONNER
! GREETINGS
j MOORE S DRUG STORE}
S32 BELVEDERE
Phone 9437
AY.-t Palm Beach. Florida
i
i
GREETINGS
oil
Brotherhood Day
i !
W.E. Roebuck i
i
i
Funeral Director
809 SIXTH. Phone 4(i( I
Wi-sl Palm Beach, F
r iiiriii,i
Sincere
County Solicitor
WEST PALM BEACH
SIN< ERE GREETINGS
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GREETINGS
Berlin-Griffin
Inc.
LIQUORS
298 s. COl'NTY ROAD
Palm Beach, Phone 4225
]30 X. COl'NTY ROAD
Palm Beach, Phone 5420
255 NORTH AVENI'E
Palm Beach, Phone 7706
Night CallsPhone 5420
t Bmllicrliontl Dav
i
!.....:...... I
11 reel nigs
i
{Burns Plumbing
| & Heating Co/ j

! 711 JESSAMIRE
i
Phone 5624
Wcsl Palm Beach, Florida
Our
SINCERE GREETINGS
oil
BROTHERHOOD DAY
Silver Grill Bar
61.*) EIGHTH STREET
West Palm Beach, Florida
*
GREETINGS
T & H Tire Co.
400 S. POINSETTIA
Phone 8213
W st Palm Beach, Florida
I | T. M. Rickards |
! WEST PALM BEACH |
I i
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Barco Motors
Inc.
416 THLRD STREET
Phone 5178
WEST PALM BEACH

BEST
! HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Palm Beach
Drive-Ur-Self I
2.13 SIN RISE AVEXl'E
Phone 9] HI
j \Y!esl Pain, Beach, Florid,!
GREETINGS
i John S. Ojdahl
! AMERICAN TENT and
! AWNING CO.
t
} 517 s. POINSETTIA
j
i
! WEST PALM BEA(
t
t !
t I
I
( I
I
I
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:
;
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GREETINGS
TAXI
PHONE 6202
112 N. POINSETTIA
City Taxi, Inc.

i WEST PALM BEACH

W.- Extend \
GREETINGS
THE PATIO
SUNSET
AT PALM BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
The City Ice &
Fuel Co.
PlXHWooD AVENUE
PHONE 5.360
West Palm Beach, Florida
Holiday Greetings
Walden Paint
Company
Painting and Decorating
312 S. ROSEMARY
Phone 5813
West Palm Beach, Florida
SINCERE
"HOLIDAY GREETINi -
J. E. HELTON. Manager
Northwood
Body Shop
552 NORTHWOOD AVE.
Phone 3055
West Palm Beach, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Berry's Nursery
BELVEDERE ROAD
Phone 5803
Wosl Palm Beach, Florida
SINCERE
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
L. R. (Jack)
BAKER
,,_
SINCERE WISHES
For a
HAPPY HOLIDAY
BOYS ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS,
Inc.
1517 N. Poinsettia Avenue
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
SINCERE
I
holiday greetings i

Lee J. Smith Co.
i
INC.
523 s. DIXIE
Phone 3042
.WEST PALM BEACH
SINCERE GREETINGS
on
BROTHERHOOD DAY
Henry's Store
LIQUORS
3401 POINSETTIA
Phone 7515
WEST PALM BEACH
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1940.

THE JEWISH FLORID] AN
PAGE SEVEN
5>
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
iem" religion, Yiddish and other
subjects pertaining t" Hebraic cul-
tuie arc taui ht.
Sund.ty School: Sunday S "i >1
.in- during ilic assembly arc
pri ; ..i I by the dif fi ei
its i ii the faculty- I'ai
and friends are asked t" visit our
Sunday School during tin asM'inblj
from II :M\ I.. 12.
TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL
PRE-PUR1M BALL.
\ ualsi 24th I'rc-I'urini ball spon-
sored annually by the Beth I'** 'I
Sisterhood will take place at th<
II, i i ,\.....I I langar. l-lectw iod 11
I, -ini \\, -i Uc-i Miami B< ach.
L'nusual plans have l"-:i pri
lo make this one of the i nl I
affairs of the community r
PERMANENT CALENDAR lich will serve as hosts in honor of ,i ,,,,, 1940.
their wedding anni\ersarv.
Daily Nmc at I a. m. and REL1G|OUS AND CULTURAL
Friday evening 8:16. INSTITUTION
Sabbatb services, Saturday 8:30
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi 497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176
talent who are visiting in our midst
will be presented,
We strongly urge all members
;iml friends to aid us in thi
structivc cnt( rprisc for 11 i thi 1 ml)
-real affair of the year ponsoreJ
by the Sisterl......I. if you d< -
aid 11- in this work, pie isi
1-1961, 2-8500 or 2-1173.
SISTERHOOD MEETING .
A change in the usual 1.....ithly
mei ting has been made and we rtsk
members and friends to take note
of it. Thi Board of "irectors w II
mcel this Wednesday morning I eh
Jl-i, al 10 A.M.. in tl e Beth
Talmud Torah, which will be l< How
ed by a luncheon al 12 o'clock, open
to all mi mbers and friends. A n-
|ay School. Sunday 10:00 :>
* Mi Shapiro, Vlberl Kikana/i and II* 1-
Late Friday evening sen ces. I roff are in 1 the
!' day eveiii; .Inn 11 Sal 111
lor services. Saturday 10:30 : :<" '
, r. 1 1 ,-.. 1 ni/aiii
row ho :! to 0:1 p.
1
\ "K ildii ih" 1- n 11.
:,.. _
" Mitsvab Group, Sunday
a. m. i j
Adult History Group, Sunday Bar-Mitzrachi Group: Tin
11.1:30 a. m.
-;, ird Wed- ';
of Month.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERV1C
Talmud Torah: \
' ,
. 1
I 1. 1 ,ppeal of thai con it ion to 1
mity, K ilailj I lebn a S "'
, ;, Israel will occupy thi ui,,,, md advanced Hi-
Canl r Louis Hayman, a \,,u "Chumosh" with "Kashi Niv-
: anied b> the Beth David Choii
will chant the pra crs. Rabbi
Zwitman will discuss the subject, "A
RENDEZVOUS WITH DES-
TINY." The "OncR Shabbos" and
lal hour will laky place in the |
auditorium immediatel> after the
ices. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ehr-
Mrs. Michael Arnoll, General
1 tin affur and her
1 .| in .11 Ml.
Junior Congregation: Harold -;-| \'| | -, CONTEST which .'..'.I be
I
... the
iC,| : th. outstanding
eral meeting will take place at 1
o'clock.
'I his meeting annual
'urim Ball and we ask all
bers and friends to please I" ; n
for matters 1 if utm '-1 ii
will be discussed.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GREGG
THE FLORIST
.. nor, S. POINSETTIA ..
WEST PALM BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS j
OCEANIC
RESTAURANT
1- l.AKKVIKW AVENTE
Wosl Palm II 1
SINCERE GREETINGS on |
Brotherhood Day
TONY ASENJO
Plumber
636 GARDENIA
VVesI Palm Beach
GREETINGS
VAN AUKEN SIGN CO.
ji .;.,., an I Builders of
. and Commercial
-...... Evi ry I' iseription.
:|is s P01NSET I'lA
I im SlsOl
WEST PALM BEACH

liKoTHERlloOD DAY
GREETINGS
HESS LABORATORY
, 1 -fi/EN's BUILDING
Phone 5602
WEST PALM BEACH
I HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GREETINGS
t """
!
J HOLMES GARAGE
I We Call For and Deliver
in the City
421 THIRD STREET
I Phones Day: G631
erdonnell! I ngvuS-ZghS?]
HARVEY BUILDING
Wcsl Palm Beach, Fl
1
-
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
'MACKS LIQUOR STORE
Mil CLEMATIS
Phone 1 H,;
1 PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
Hi,1.1 DAY GREETINGS
Geo. 0. Butler
Circuit Clerk
COI'RTIIOI SE
WEST PALM BEACH
{ SINCERE GREETINGS
Vincent
Oaksmith
Life, Insurance
GUARANTY BLDG.
I' ..... M7I
WEST PALM BEACH
I I
SINCERE HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
Shore Auto Parts
230G SPRUCE
Phone 9370
VVesl Palm Beach. Florida
SIM ERE
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
McClellan
Photo Co.
Photography
807 S. DIXIE
Phone 5037
West Palm Beach, Florida

sin,., it Greetings on
BROTHERHOOD DAY
ARTHUR HAMILTON, Jr.
Electrical Contractor
*>!" FLAMINGO DRIVE
Phone 6044
W.-i Palm Beifth, Florida
BROTHERHOOD DAY
GREETINGS
Hudgins Seafood
Restaurant
f,12 N. OLIVE
Pin,no 5183
We'sl Palm Beach, Florida
GREETINGS
on
BROTHERHOOD KAY
Whitting
Machine Works
Inc.
j.M.i N. POINSETTIA AVE.
West Ualni Beach, Florida
+
GREETINGS
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Court House
Service Station
J, C. LIGGETT, Manager
Atlantic White FlashLee Tires
and TubesWashing Polishing
Lubrication
221 N. POINSETTLA AVE.
Phone 9172
WEST PALM BEACH
IH IL1DAY GREETINGS
on
BROTHERHOOD DAY
Gagnon Auto
Wrecking Co.
015 TWENTY FIFTH
Phone 7891
Wo-t Palm Beach, Florida
BROTHERHOOD DAY
GREETINGS
OHMER'S GARAGE
5204 s. POINSETTIA
Phone 7887
BROTHERHOOD DAY
GREETINGS
Dick Killam
Sign Co.
2023 N. POINSETTIA
Phone 591]
I
1
t
1
1
1
t
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
The
Lakeside Press
305 GARDENIA
Phone 8675
WYsi Palm Beach, Florida
West Palm Beach, Florida
j Wesl Palm Beach, Florida j
i
SINCERE
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
J. L. GRIER
Supervisor of Registration
703 FERN
West Palm Beach, Florida
+-------
GREETINGS
MURRAY'S
Service Station
ALLEN MURRAY, Owner
Gulf Products, Washing,
Polishing, Greasing,
Tires, Tul.es
5150LIVE Phone 0822
West Palm Beach. Florida
* +
Sincere Brotherhood Greetings
CRF ^\N1
456 Flamingo Drive
CO.
West Palm Beach, Fla

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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY. FFBRUARY 16.
194(1.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6M6 Indian Creek Drlv6-126S 630 N. E. 31st St.2-8548
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every mornln*.
Ton may oonmiit with them on matters concerning the Jewls commu-
nity, or }r4tur pe: sonal proMeitij. Tou will be assured svnipathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held in
strict coi.fidcnc*.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillcl.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Friday evening. Feb. 16th, 1940,
8:16 P. M.
Sermon: "Religion and Patr t-
Ibrii Yesterday and Today." Dr.
Jacob II. Kaplan.
Services conducted by Rabb
man A. Zwitman,
A reception for members of the
Congregation and for visitors fol-
lows i he services on Friday eve-
nings, under Sisterhood sponsor-
ship, with Sabbath greeting:
refreshments.
Serving
Florida's Finest
American Jewish
Dinner
St. Regis
RESTAURANT.
446 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
r WHEN DEATH OCCURS,
the nide facilities
of rWcersicle enable
you to obtain the
efficient sen ice
for which this in-
stitution is hnown.
And costs are low.
SABBATH MORNING SERVICES
Saturday morning. Feb. 17th,
1940, 11 :">> o'clock.
s. nn mette on weekly port on oi
the Bible (Exodus I 1 27:20
through Ch. 30:10.) "Oil for the
Lamps of Judaism." Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman.
Servici s i onducti d by Dr. Jai ob
II. Kaplan, with pail i. ipati'
Confirmation Class.
SISTERHOOD BOARD TO MEET
A special meeting of the Temple
Israel S sterhood Board has been
ailed by the pres dent, Mis Har-
old R. Spaet. f r Wednesday morn-
ing. Feh 21st. 1940. at 10:00 A. M. i
at the Temple. Sisterhood Board
Members are urged to make all ef-
forts to be at this important meet-
ing.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
''Even more important than the
rebuilding of the Temple in Jerus-
alem is the teaching of children."
Talmud.
At the first February asssembly
program of the Religious School,
held last Sunday, a beautiful play
was presented by the pupils of
High School. Class 1. Mrs. Jules
Pearlman, teacher. "The Magic
Ring" was the title of the play.
FINE SADDLE HORSKS
Special Riding Instruction
Moonlight Ridi -
Riding from 7 A. M. !'. M.
North Miami Riding Academy
I N. l-:. >;!, \ i .
+----------------:----------------+
>mhcWiGA4uUf
When Acid Indigestion, Gas on
Stomach or Heartburn make you
feel uncomfortable or embarrass
you, try Alka-Seltzer, which con-
tains alkalizing buffers and so
helps counteract the associated
Excess Stomach Acidity.
But the relief of these minor
stomach upsets is only a small
part of what you can expect
Alka-Seltzer to do for you. You
will find it effective for Pain Re-
lief in Headache, Neuralgia, Colds
and Muscular Aches and Pain*.
Jt contains an analgesic, (sodium
acetyl salicylate), made more
prompt and effective in its pain-
relieving action by alkaline buffer
salts.
When hard work or strenuous
exercise make you feel tired and
dragged out, enjoy the refresh-
ing effect of a glass of sparkling,
tangy Alka-Seltzer.
At Drug Stores in packages and
at drug store soda fountains by the
glass
\lka- Seltzer
wh ch portrayed a lesson in faith.
Participating were: Don's Feld
man. Henry Dreyfus, Dorothy
Goldstein. Rita Hyman. Joe Gas-
senheimer. Bart Cohen. Biil Baros,
Joy S monhoff. Barbara G >rdon
Beatrice Beckw.'th, Sylv a Berk-
man, Jean Freehling. Molly Ann
Boyell. Bobby Bronner. Henry
Gaggstetter. Henry Tannenbaum,
Leonard Treister. Recitati us of
the Festival of Trees, were pre-
sented by the following pupils of
High School, Class 1. Mrs. Joel
Belov. teacher: Patricia Kovins.
Flise Newman and Marjorie Fried-
man.
IN MEMORIAM
"May the Father of Peace send
oeace to all who mourn, and
fort the bereaved among us."
The officers and members of
Tempi:' Israel extend their de
sympathy to the families of I. 1
' and Hairy B
I r i : ereavemi i I
At 'ho si
i the following
will ho hall wed:
Recently departed:
I. I,. Rosendorf, husband of Mrs.
Blanche Rosendorf; Harry Barg
husband of Mr-. Hazel Barg; I'h 1-
lip Augustine, father of P M x
Augustine.
Yahrzeit; Barbara Ei< h nc i
mother of Mi-. David F:. ;
,:, Be for the steps we are taking
i the director of higher learning.
s d vice president is Ruth B rn
Stein. J. N. F. is her stomp ng
grounds as -he must raise the
money to meet our quota. Our
third vice president is Trudy Han
,1,-1. and Bhe assist* in everything.
Re. ording secretary is Gertie Shaft
Gertie must take down our discus-
cus> on correctly and tell us what
was finally decided. Corresponding
secretory. Rea Epstein, to whom
we owe thanks for she reminds us
>f all our meetings and writes all
our letters. Financial Secretary.
Cele Barkowitz who takes care f
all our correspondence perta
to finance and collab irates with
our treasurer, Rosalyn Klein. Lke
ill treasurers would, she must
enow when the budget balai i
not. SI
We have a board wl
the what and W hei
; :_- I )uI I
of our offlci i-. our regulai
menibi rs and the chairmai of tin
d fferent committees. They
Gertrude Berson, Faye Engle
na Mack. Jeannette Roth, h
Lackowitz, Pauline Querid
Safer and Ann Grossman,
eluding the list of officers a
cha rmen. membership. Jar, i
shon and Rose Bushkoff. .1.
Ruth Berntein, Cultural.
Lasky, Youth Aliyah. Rose
nof, public ty Klsie Kronenfc
historian Harriette Damensi
Brotherhood Greetings
BECK'S GARAGE' *
1132 Fifteenth Street
Miami Beach, Fla.
Phone 5-1422
Brotherhood Greeting
P. M. LEVI
PLUMBING
2141 S. W. Third St.
Phone 2-1517
Junior Hadassah \~.
MAY THE SPIRIT OF BROTHERHOOD BRING
TRUE GOOD WILL TO ALL
ALEXANDER ORR, JR., Inc.
MIAMI218 N. E. 6th STREET
MIAMI BEACH1122 16th STREET
By Elsie Kronenfeld
This week we wonder if you
would 1 ke a Complete list of offi-
cers and a b t al> 'tit their work. So
here go, -.
Our president, of course, is
Jeannette Kronenfeld. Jean muvt
preside and watch over everything,
she must be the inspiration and i
focal point of the entire organiza*
tion.
The first vice president is Betty
Lasky. Betty a in charge of oui
cultural doings. To her goes the :
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD WISHES
CARLEY J. SMITH TRANSFER
LET US UNLOAD YOUR TRUCKING PROBLEM
246 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
Phone 2-2655 Nite Phone 2-6454
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1940.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
BROTHERHOOD
The American Task
(Continued from Page One)
how in that madness they create
tyranny and slavery for themselves
ami for everyone else.
Fascism. Communism and- War
are only the end stages of a long
ess of injustice and inhumanity.
ii only as Americans struggle
courageously and experimentally
. insl the fundamental ex ils of
, iv and disease and hunger, ex
lation and the denial of basic
n rights thai they can be i uar-
ntccd the achievement of the twin
i if mr national destiny, name*
|j liberty wedded t.. security. \\ e
..hi ;i\iiid Vrmei edoti and .ill i>l
i rajj i.' -c >ci d expli i urope to bits, explosions
originate deep within the
s, ill- tif im ii i 'in of thi shrapnel i f
,i-i it and the pni-iun gas of de-
mly if we recognize the fun-
|ai i ntal human rights of all im n
The teachers ni religion, both
leui-li and Christian, proclaim that
In sanctity of human personalit)
ci.nies first and there is no one wh
can attempt t" justify conditions
under which men and women and
children live in the slum sections of
this country among the share-crop-
, r- ni tin South, among 111*- dust-
refugees of the West. These
..re crime- ii"t against men merely,
but also against God and it the
call i" Americans, of the Christian
ami Jewish faiths to work unceas-
im ly i"i- the abolition of these con-
ditions by peaceful, evolutionary
and democratic mean-.
All men want the right t.. live, to
work and for a little time for
dreaming and communing with the
starssome sense of dignity and
worth, some gleam of future hope.
some taste of the cornucopia of
Cud's world. American is uniquely
prepared t'> fulfill these goals-
America must not only remain at
peace and attain a new level "I
economic justice, but maintain the
deal of the Brotherhood of Man.
We cannot afford the luxury of an>
hatreds now in "iir country. The
lesson should be obvious t" all. that
Germany began by hating one min-
aml the poison spnad tin-
In ck( d until it included all minor-
ities ; it In .in li> "| posing out reli-
gion and till 11 all reli| ii IIS. The re-
sult has been that the liatn il could
in i he confined within it init til
boundaries hut has become lh(
|ri\inp power against democrat)
and humanity at large.
If there I" anj groups who wish
; i |i ad \incrica along this pathway
let thi m now in the light of luiro-
pean chaos abandon their efforts
and cease creat ng strife within our
nation la t II- gi\C no heed to those
who would separate \mericans froti
each other, Let us say to them.
-"I'lli- i- the way that lead- to war.
first war within, then war without
lirotherh.....I \\ cck proclaim- that
we will not follow F.uro| c i xau
pic. but will be the < sample to
Kuropc and all the rest of the
world ; tl at hen- shall be declared
no moratorium on Peace, on Justice
or on Brotherhood; that we are de-
termined to keep the traditional
highways of communication and un-
derstanding between all elements of
ur population open. The national
celebration of Brotherhood Week i-
a call to American- to give their
allegiance not to hate-inspired sym-
bols hut to love-inspired symbol- to
keep thi-, "the land of the second
chance" not merely of Social and
political idealism, but of religion.,
spiritual unit).
Brotherhood Week expresses thi
faith that tlii- country is too intel-
ligent loo just and too truly Chris-
tian e..r to substituti the swastika
i if hate for the stars and stri| i -
humanity- Just because America i-
so precious and gleams like a -tar
if hope ii the great cosmic night.
Catholics. Protestants and Jews
:nu-t con-, crate themselves to keep-
ing tlii- nation true to il- vision, t'
tin I ,iiln rli... d of God and the
llrotherhool of Man.
May all of u- during Bn dhi i
\\ nk si are the mood of a new
>ra\ i r:
"i i God, let there be at least this
Sincere Brotherhood
Greetings
Auto Parts Co.
of Orlando, Inc.
55 W. Pine St.
Orlando, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
STOKES MONUMENT CO.
2314 X. Orange
Orlando, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Crenshaw
Battery Service
33 S. Main
Orlando, Florida
GREETINGS
R. J. AVERA
TERMITE CONTROL
15 S. Bumby
Orlando, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
C. R. BUTCHER
PLUMBER
437 S. Hughey
Orlando, Florida
,.-+
GREETINGS
Central
Alignment Co.
316 S. Hughey St.
Orlando, Florida
5* !
GREETINGS
FALKNER, INC.
1621 V ORANGE AVE.
Orlando, Florida
I-
Rrotherhood Greetings
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I
I
I J. M. CARUTHERS
Florist
236 N. Orange Ave.
Orlando, Florida-
HOLIDAY GREETINCS
Wallace Neon
Display Co.
106'2 W. Central
Orlando, Florida
GREETINGS
ANNIE ROSS
STENOGRAPHER
O. B. & T. Bldg.
Orlando, Florida
Brotherhood Greetings
Ace Cleaners
& Dyers
312 W. Colonial Drive
Orlando, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HARPERS PLUMBING
and HEATING
2313 N. ORANGE AVE.
< Irlando, Florida
one land where'the sun of humanity
will not go down and the dark
eclipse of human hopes blacken the
future of our human race- Lot
there be one land where man can
worship a Cod of love and justice
and not a god of hate and of blood.
Let there be one land where man
can pur-lie truth and intelligence
without fear or restriction. Let
there be one land where the govern-
men I shall consecrate itself to the
increase of security and health and
the will.ue Hi all men regardless
o| race, creed, or color and not
transform itself into an arsenal of
death. Let there be
Sincere Brotherhood
GREETINGS
C. W. JOHNSON
& SON
EXTERMINATORS
Church & Main Bldg.
Orlando, Florida
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
Orlando Farm
Equipment Store
701 W. ROBINSON AVE.
Orlando, Florida
SINCERE
holiday greetings
Hughes Electric
Supply
14 s. hughey
Orlando, Florida
_____________________PAGE NINH
men can dream their human dreams
and speak their human thoughts un
daunted and unimprisoned."
Aware of the threat and the men-
ace of these tragic times and yet
unbroken by them, men and women
of all faiths must pledge themselves
to the newer-yielding service to the
democratic ideal and the deathless
quest for equality and humanity on
earth.
(Copyright 1940 By Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate-)

BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
FINLEY BROS.
INC.
63 E. Pine St.
Orlando, Florida
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS S
DON'S, INC. |
2610 N. Orange Ave.
Orlando, Florida
Brotherhood Greetings
C. C. PERRY
REFRIGERATION
SERVICE SHOP
336 Lakeview Ave.
Orlando, Florida
Sincere
Brotherhood Greetings
BARTRAM &
TINKLEPAUGH
SURVEYORS
139 E. Church St.
Orlando, Florida
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
HEINTZELMAN'S, INC
3G WEST LIN GSTON AVE.
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
*...
We Extend to All Our Jewish Friends
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
ORLANDO BOWLING CENTER |
720 N. ORANGE AVE.
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
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TKZ JEWISH rLQKIDIAIf
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 19-JO.
_,. nif*!^! a [ loin Lodge which is headed by Louis
D IN/\I D KM r1 Heiman. Tins Committee is cliarg-
a f"T|\/C LJCDC ed with the r nsibilitj of
dinating ;ill religious and cultural
..: Miami 1
I i
S I lye oi B'na
whicl mients arc cnrollc
the Miami and Mia '' ach area,
th< lai gesl an I
st lodges -.n the I n ted
States.
Jt manifold activities embrace
the leading Jews in t h i -. community
who carry on good will, civic, com- 8al1 dm column be<
N > nun i i atii m i >f ihc acl
Li '.i-.i Call :' I llll',| ....
in l'Lr affairs which is laki
the B'nai H'rith news column pub-
lished weekly in the Floridian. L'n
der ihe guidance of Sidnev L- Sc-
an impi i
munaj, cultural and patriotic activi-
ties of outstanding value, not only
to the Jewish group but to all
groups hi this ana.
Of outstanding significance is the
work of the local Anti-Defamation
Committee headed by Brother Har-
rj Simonhoff. This Committee has n,'v s,--,n is another imi
become widely known throughout medium of bringin8 to the nu-m-
l e State as defense organization bership news of its
t.mt factor in B'nai B'rith rl
during the year 1939 anil i~ now In
iiu carried on by Harold Turk Tlv
news bulletin winch is cdifd bj
Burnett Roth. Secretary if the
Lodge, with the assistance ol Br
thers V Louis Mechlowit/ ami Si I
The meetings of Sholcm Lodge
have become so interesting thai n.'
less than three hundred pers in
in regular attendance Th rcsp
sibility for this rests in .' large ma-
jority on the Meetings Committee,
which is now headed by Past-rrcsi.
and .i^ a source of inspiration in the
pr imulgating ..i the spirit of Amer-
icanism throughout every commun-
ity,
Through the generous contribu-
tions ": many Miami citizens, suf-
ficient sums raised by private soli-
citation to enable the Anti-Defam- denl \1 Pallot, and uli
n Committee to open an ..nice 'bility il is to have
and employ Mrs. Dorothy Fink as juesl speakers at the
Executive Secretary' '" carry on the month,
work of the Committee. T,,e Arbitration
Another important part of B'nai Sholem Lodge, which .- head
B'rith work is its A.Z.A. program. Sam Blank is charged with the re
A / \. is a lunior B'na, B'rith 0r- i sponsibility of attending to r. i
ganizal boys between fifteen! cilinR h< individual difference-
and twenty- me years of age which which oftin ai si among member.
Space is limited in this issue oi
he I ridian to enumerate the work
my l 'ces,
thai the Americamzr.1 C
Intellectual Al
... the Finai i I
l '
Conn ittee, N
.. | v/isitini I
the Coi servation Conr
Itei
Ml of these, however, serve an
important pur|Ksc in carrying out
.!,, ...Mm message o( Bnai
.frith, in unifying and rc| r.-ent-
im lews in this Vmerican Democ-
racy
GREETINGS
ni
Ige eac
i' ttei
i. now creating a new kind of Jew-
i. uth with the purport of de-
veloping an intelligent loyal Jew
ican
Along with V.Z.A work arc B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundations located in
twelve of America'- leading univer.
- .-. Hillel Extensions have been
inaugurated in scores of other col-
leges Sholem Lodge should be
proud of its part in this work. It
caused the establishment at the
Cniversity of Florida and Florida
State College for Women of Exten-
sion units which are taking an ac-
t> e part in raising the presl
the Jewish students on those cam-
puses.
Indicative of the progress made
by Sholcm Lodge is its recent for-
mation of a I.a.lies' Auxiliary, which
is headed by Mrs Isaac Levin. This
amzation promises to nave a
feat part in all B'nai B'rith aCti-
es. particularly the Student
in work.
The Vocational Service Bureau of '
B'nai B'rith ;.s bringing t.. the at-
tention :' America's Jewish youth
the vital need of giving serious and
expert attention t" their choice of
occupations. The Chairman of the
Vocational Guidance Committee of
Sholem Lodge, is Joseph A. Her-
man, a man who has had consider-
able experience in this type of work
and who promises to create in the
local area a full realization of the
importance of vocational guidance
| young Jewry.
In connection with the \ Z *
and the Hillel Foundation work is
the important part played by the
Student Union Committee of Sho-
ot the I."dee. The Menibcrlii|
Committ< c. which was i. i
headed In the d. namic Mattln
Bandler, is now und r tin lead
ship i if Lei 1 insi -tein Thi
DAN CHAPPELL
Candidate for State Senate in
May Primary
i
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U. G. BLANTON S
SEDVICE STATION
I 740 X. RlDGEWOOD AVE. j
*'
! Dnvtona Beach. Elorida
if the Conunittt t is a iiiemb
.t' at least me th< msan I i -
kn u inu full well that the i-n-jtl
.i the kid rcascs a thi enr di-
es up.
j SINCERE
I BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS

GREETIXOS
Luther's Restaurant
n,i MAGNOLIA AVE.
Dnvtona Beach. Florida
J. Edwin
LARSON
FOR
State Treasurer
Former State Senator and Internal
Revenue Collector
Capable Efficient Exper en ed
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i Davtnna Beach. Florida I

D. F. FUQUAY
3-J s. HALIFAX AVE.
R. R. ABLER
General chairman of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau's "Night of Stars."
who has eampleted arrangements
for the gala show which will be
held Monday evening at the Olym-
pia Theatre.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
B. H. TOLBERT
SODA SHOP
519 VOLUSIA
Daytona Beach, Florida
IK I.IDAV SKI IETINGS
H. V. BRACEY & SON
74.'. S. BE ACll
D. ytona I! eacl i, Florida
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
HAIR'S GARAGE
4<>!i W. FIRST ST.
Sanford, l-'la.
1------------------------------------ GREETINGS
ABERNETHY'S
PHARMACY, INC.
8iif> MAIN
Daytona Beach, Florida
! OB BETINGS
ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP
106 MYRTLE
Daytona Beach, Florida
GREETINGS
DEWEY H. SMITH
Studebaker
705 BROADWAY
Daytona Beach, Florida
GREETINGS
OVERMAN'S
SERVICE STATION
170 RIDGEWOOD AVE. N.
Daytona Beach, Florida
sincere holiday
greetings
lauraens electric
348 san .man ave.
D.iv tona Beach, Florida
Sincere Brotherhood Greetiugs
ATLANTIC MARBLE
TILE CO.
23 N. Atlantic Ave.
Daytona Beach, Florida
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GREETINGS
GEO. E. ENGLISH
111 IVY IX.
Daytona Beach, Plorida
GREETINGS j
i
SEABREEZE GARAGE |
AAA Service '
635 N. ATLANTIC AVB.j
Daytona Beach,'Florida 1
SINCERE
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
WILKINSON TRANSFER
CO.
Baggage Freight
Household Goods
615 FERN STREET
Phone 6215
WEST PALM BEACH
Holiday Greetings
MILLS TRANSFER CO
130 Marion
Davton Beach, Florida
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
MALBY-CONRAD
LUMBER CO.
415 ORANGE AVE.
Daytona Beach, Florida
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BROWN MOTOR
FREIGHT LINES
To.MoKA AVE.
Daytona Beach, Florida
Sincere Brotherhood
GREETINGS
Daytona Sheet
Metal Works
116 S. Segrave St.
Daytona Beach, Fla.
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GREETINGS
OWEN'S
FLOWER SHOP
952 DBLAND ROAD
Daytona Beach, Florida
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BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
GULF OIL CORP.
835 BALLOL'GH ROAD
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
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SINCERE holiday GREETINGS
BLAKE'S GARDEN
DE LAND ROAD
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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. Greetings
D and S LUNCHEONETTE
102!) Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
GREETINGS
j Locks and KeysSafes Opened*
RepairedCombination Changed
Expert LocksmithLawnmowers
Sharpened and Repaired
Miami Lock & Key Service
Phone 2-6318
Nights: Phone 7-2877
13 S. W. 12th Avenue
Opposite Firestone Station
Brotherhood Greetings
R. B. CHASTAIN
GREETINGS
REILLY TILE CO |
"Artists in Tile Setting"
PHONE 2-3928
2208 N. W. 7th Ave.
f
Luncheon meeting wh:eh opened the INSTITUTE OF INTER-DE
NOMINATIONAL STUDIKS at the Jewish Theological Seminary of
Americai
GREETINGS
HAWKINS
Rug Cleaners
Orientals Our Specialty
Mothproofing and Repairing
60 N. E- 39th St.Ph- >e 2 7798
GP.EETINGS
"Your Patronage Ap^re^ia ,!
TENNESSEE
POULTRY CO.
1340 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-9617
SINCERE
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
B. W. THACKER
Adding Machines and Type-
writers Sold. Rented. Repaired.
Exchanged. Ask about our
Rental Purchase Contract.
PHONE 2-011S
123 N. E. First Street


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TweWe
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. rsw
Chest Drive
Nears Completion
The Community Chest goal of
$295,000 will be reached when work.
ers in the field complete contact of
persons or firms assigned to them,"
according to James Donn, general
campaign chairman.
At the close of Tuesday's meet-
to terms of ncighborlincss in com-
munity life, justice in soc>aJ and
economic relations and good will in
personal attitude.
The Rabbinical Assembly of
America heartily endorses the ob-
servance of Brotherhood Week
which is being held from February
18th to February 25th under the
auspices of tin- National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews. It
calls upon the rabbis and the con-
ing. $141,605, 4X per cent of the gregations to which they minister to
goal had been subscribed, and work- observe Brotherhood Week to the
ers were urged to emphasize the fullest as an expression of our devo-
month to month subscription plan. tjon ,,, American ami lewish demo
since payments to agencies are on cratic ideals,
a monthly ba>is an.l Chest officiate Governor Herberl II. Lehman ami
have no desire i" pile up funds in Bishop Thomas E. Molloy < the bank, months in advance ol Brooklyn Roman Catholic Diocese
agencj needs, Donn pointed out. have endorsed the aim- ..i Brotlier-
Vmazing figures on work accomp- hood Week, to he observed Feb. If
lished last year by the 19 Chest to 2? under the auspices of the N'a-
agencies were revealed,showing thai tional Conference of Christians and
75 ,000 separate services were ren- leu-, the connferenci announced
dered to those neighbors who need- this week. Their endorsements \>ere
ed a helping hand. Based "ti the expressed in nletters i" Dr. Koberl
19.W budgel of $233,456.10 each of ,\. tshworth, national Brotherh.....1
these services was supplied at an Week secretary.
average cost of .'/ cents. "Here iii the L'nited States,'' wrote
Chest subscribers were urged to ,|u. Governor, "there are people of I
calculate in terms of the number of|nlany races, many religious convic-
individual'lives that were brighten-1 ,jonSi lli;llll groups with differing
ed or rehabilitated by their 1930 jdeals and aspirations. All, liow-
Thc Bishop wrote, in part: "Permit
me to express the prayerful hope
that you and your associates will be
favored with the fullest measure of
blessing and success in promoting
and preserving peace and good-will
among all men."
Pleas to Americans of all faiths
to further the cause of brotherh.....I
were made by leading member- ol
the l'nited Slates m endorsements
of Brotherhood \\ eek.
Among the Senator- endorsing
Brotherh.....1 Week were James W
Mead of N'kw York. Millard I'.
Tydings of Maryland. Henry Caboi
I., dge, Jr.. of Massachusetts, \r
thur H. \ andenberg of Michigan,
Situated among the shops of the "We are proud of our little estab-
Lincoln Center Patio at 630 Lin- lishment," said Miss Minnie Rifa,
coin Road is The Rifas, a little
store operated by two sisters, Eve-
lyn and Minnie Rifas, where will
be found an attractive line of lin-
gerie, hosiery, sweaters and ac-
cessories very reasonably priced
Guy M. Gillette <>i Iowa, Gerald P
Nve of North Dakota, Lewis B
Schwellenbach of. Washington
Sheridan Downey of California,
Morris Sheppard of Texas, and
David T. Walsh of Massachusetts.
"and cordially invite our friends t
visit us." The store is open eve-
nings.
GREETINGS
Pioneer Garage
2815 N. Miami Avenue
chest dollars, and to make their 1940
participation .is generous as p -
ble.
Brotherhood
Observed Locally
(Continued from Page One)
''Democracy is founded on reli-
gious idealson the conception of
the Fatherhood of God and the Bro-
therhood of Man, every man and
woman needing and helping the
other as in the normal family.
"Brotherhood week stresses the
basic worth of human personality
emphasized by Catholics, Protest-
ants and Jews. Churches and syn-
agogues can translate this ideal in-
Brotherhood Greetings
McArthur Jersey
Dairy Farm, Inc.
169 N. E. 62nd Street
Phone 7-1017 Miami, Fla.
Sincere Brotherhood
GREETINGS
DR. WALTER
K. FOLEY
Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
Brotherhood Greetings
RAY MILLER
TAX ASSESSOR
MIAMI BEACH
Brotherhood Greetings
Gaston B. Wautier
FRENCH CONSUL
VOtion and loyally to the democratic
processes that work within this na-
tion. Brotherhood is and should !
a word of meaning in the United
Stales. Let us practice it in our
daily lives and extend it- influences
to all our people"
Sincere
Brotherhood Greetings
RICHARD
BERENSON
To My Many Friends and Acquaintances
I Extend Brotherhood Greetings
ROSCOE BRUNSTETTER
i
GREETINGS
Modern Cleaners
712 N. E. Second Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
R. W. Brown & Co.
FERTILIZERS
INSECTICIDES
Distributors Growers
Supplies
Oll'iiv South Miami
PHONE 4-3375
SINCERE IJWoTII KKIinoD GREETINGS/
ENGLANDER-ELLIOTT, Inc.
"HOUSE OF BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE"
"FURNITURE OF DISTINCTION"
829 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-8800
"YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED"
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD"
"?
I Extend to my many Friends and Acquaintances
Sincere Brotherhood Greetings
ROBERT J. BOONE
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j WE EXTEND SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
GREETINGS
Boring's Used Cars
2300 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-6319
11 ].. Boring, Owner
GREETINGS
GULF STREAM
ICE CO.
2073 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-8327
FOR PROMPT SERVICE CALL A
BLUE AND GRAY CAB
RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT
LOWEST MIAMI R \TES
CALL 2 4141
20 X U. 1st \\ I- i
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
GEO. E. BUNNELL, Inc.
CONTRACTOR
79 Northeast Twentieth TerracePHONE 3-7488
585 Northeast Fifty-eighth StreetPHONE 7-2876
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
BEST WISHES
O. B. SUTTON, Justice of Peace, District 3 j
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Again I have the Pleasure of Greeting my many Friends
and Acquaintances and Extending Best Wishes
for a Happy Brotherhood
JUDGE RALPH C. POLE

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BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
GEO. B. HARDIE, Constable District 3 i Claude-Neon Southern Corporation
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BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
WHITE BELT DAIRY
ESTABLISHED 1906
Milk and Dairy Products from our Certified
Government Tested Herd
PHONE 7-2411
To my many Friends and Acquaintances
I Extend Sincere Brotherhood Greetings
GEORGE EL McCASKILL
i
i
2014 N. W. Miami Court Phone 3-318S I
E. J. DANIEL, Manager
MIAMI. FLORIDA
It is with pleasure I extend my sincere
wishes to my many friends and
acquaintances.
DAN CHAPPELL
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1S40.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAM
PAGE THIRTEEN
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SERVICES
Friday at 8 P. M. Sermon by
Rabb' Skop "Human Character as
Depicted in Two Great Books
Gone With the Wind and Grapes of
Wrath." Also reports of the latest
cables of the Jews in World News.
Guest soloist. Mr Sam Calisman of
New York nnd Cleveland. Ohio.
SABBATH SERVICES
Saturday at 8:30 A. M. Confirm-
ation Class with Rabbi Skop at
10:30 A. M. at the Synagogue.
ANNUAL BANQUET SUNDAY
The annual installation of offi-
cers of Constrestation Ohev Shalom
v- ll 1' held th's Sunday. Feb. 18.
1940, at ~ P. M. The dinner will
be served at exa< tly 7 P. M. Reser-
vations must be made in advance.
The Ladies' Auxiliary Committee
of Orthodox Women will prepare
the dinner which will be followed
by the Hslal'at on and addresses.
Details will he disclosed about the
purchase of new building annex
to the Synagogue {0 Berve as a
nucleus for a Jewish Community
Center. The entire community and
all of the eonsituent Jewish groups
will participate not only n th" ban
quct but in the financial budget of
the center. Immediate plans are to
utilize the anner for Sunday and
Hebrew school classsrooms, for
lodge meeting rooms, game rooms
and lounge room and library for
tourists and members of the Con-
gregation. The banquet is open to
all Jews of Central Florida and
ther visitors and friends.
JEWISH TOURIST CLUB
This activity has become an out-
standing part of the community
program. Jewish tourists gather
on Wednesday nights at the Syna-
gogue where an interesting pro-
gram is arranged including a book
review by Rabbi Skop, d scusson
of Jew sh World News and social
entertainment. At the next meet-
ing Rabbi Skop will review Irving
Kineman's book, "Doctor Adams."
Election of officers will be held.
ularly on Saturday with Rabbi
Skop and on Sundays with Mr.
Myer Siegel.
Dr. Wilhelm Stein of Rollins
College is now riving history lec-
tures to the Aleph Zadek Aleph
Hoys on Sundays between 11 and
12.
TALKING BIBIE MOVTO
This Sii-'ln- ano'her of the B'bl"
talkino- pictures will be shown to
the Religious Sehool. Adu'ts arc
invited. Shown during assembly at
11 A. M.
BNAI BRITH LOCAL LODGE
Mr. Barney J. Cohen. State BB
President who attended the Execu
live Committee of BB in Tampa nro'
numerous m,t'n(js in Miami nn<*
Central Flor'da w 11 renort at th"
next meeting Installati n of offi
MRS. SKOP AND NEW
BORN SON HOME
Birth: Rabbi and Mrs. Morris
A. Skop and daughter Shirah Ran-
nah arc happy to announce the
birth of a son. Tuesday. January
30th, at 11 A.M., at the Orange
General I lospital.
Rabbi and Mrs. Skop express
the r heartfelt appreciation to the
Ladies' AuxMiarly and Congrega-
on Ohev Shalom and their many
friends throughout Florida for
the'r messages, gifts and letters
honoring the arrival of Ranhael
Stephen. Mny the shower of these
communications return* to their
venders a shower of God's blessings
for health, l'fe and haopineas,
LADIES' AUXILIARY
At the last meet'ng presided
over bv the president, Mrs. J is. eels will he held.
K. Wolf, it was voted to co operate
w th the Congregation and Board
:n the purchase of the Synagogue
Center, Plans were also made for
a Purim Ball to be held in March.
CONFIRMATION CLASS AND
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Miss Mary Blattner has been
added to the Religious School Fac-
ulty taking over the class of Miss
Beatrice I.ieberman who left to
complete her college stud es in
New York. The communty wshes
much success to Miss I.ieherman
and welcomes back Miss Blattner.
The Faculty will continue meet
ing Thursday nights with Rabbi
Skop. At the next meeting plans
will be made for the Purim Carni-
val and Bazaar.
Confirmat on Class to meet reg-
word to the A. Z. A. that he was
glad to hear of the adoption of
program.
Mr. Hoover hailed the program
as "a worthwhile goal." while Mr.
Williams described it as "a con-
structive approach to the problems
which confront all citizens living
in democracies today." One o*
the main points in the program
calls for the establishment of
classes in democracy and demo
cratic deals in schools and colleges
in the United States and Canada
maintained by public funds, and
urges the promotion of annual
citizenship days for new citizen- to
J, Ed rar Hoover. chi-?f of the
Federal Bureau of Investigation
ami Aubrey Williams, admin'stra-
tor of the National Youth Orjrani-
zat on, both of whom are leaders
in boys* work, have indorsed the
adopted ten point Americanism
program of Aleph Zadik Aleph,
the Jr. B'nai B'rith. At the same
time. Pres dent Roosevelt, thr ugh
h s secretary. Stephen Early, sent
GREETINGS
CORAL GABLES
GARAGE

GREETINGS
JARRETT COFFEE CO.
R asters and Packers of
COFFEES and TEAS
507 -Northwest Miami Court
Phone -1 2174
GREETINGS
Harley-Davidson
Motorcycle Co.
332 West Flagler St.
(Ireetings
TOKIO ROOF GARDEN
CHICKEN CHOP SUEY jt/V>
AND CHOW MEIN 0\J
PLAIN CHOP SUEY -5/\=
AND CHOW MEIN 0\J
572 w. Plaarlei Bt. Phone *.t>74!
ORDERS TAKEN OUT
132 Giralda Avenue
CORAL GABLES
I
GREETINGS
HALCYON
PHOTO FINISHING
II \I.CY< >N VKCAllE
FinUhing
Specialists in Fine Grain Devel-
oping and "Candid" Camera
ROOMS 275-6-7
Sincere Brotherhood Greetings
J. S. POPE
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
222 S. Rosalind Ave.Phone 3768
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
t-
GREETINGS
OVERSEAS
Transportation Co., Inc.
236 S- W. N- River Drive
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
SCOTT &
WHITEAKER
3100 N. W. 27th Ave.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
GREETINGS FROM THE
MIAMI CONSERVATORY
Women s Club Building
17.17 N. Hayshore Drive
Studios: Miami Beach,
Shell.mil. nil
Phone 2-5835
GREETINGS
SUN MATTRESS CO.
llli N. W. 2nd \\c
lnnerspring Mattresses Sold
W.th a Written Guarantee as
Low as $10-00
.'BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
------ MRS. NATTS BAKERY
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
McBRIDE HOTEL
173 W. Flagler St-
MIAMI. FLA.
GREETINGS
JAKE NEHAM
PAINTING CONTRACTOR
101 Washington Avenue
Phone 5-3983
.Miami Beach
55 N. W. 36th STREET
Phone 3-3082
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
THE HUB DRY GOODS
STORE
129 N. Miami Ave.
MIAMI. FLA.
GREETINGS
Carl F. Lambert
Utility Engineer and
Consultant
810 Biscayne Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Sincere Brotherhood
GREETINGS
FIRST STATE
BANK
of
MIAMI SPRINGS
Brotherhood Greetings
MAGIC CITY BOTTLE
and SUPPLY CO.
E. W. CARTER
2049 N. W. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
SUTTON
JEWELRY CO.
Successor to "Whaler'."
THE OLDEST JEWELRY
STORE IN MIAMI
ESTABLISHED 1897
132 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 2-5996
D. LUCAS WOOD YARD
6835 N. W. 18th Ave.
Appreciates Your Patronage
Brotherhood Greetings
Electric Sales and
Service Co.
1550 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Brotherhood Greetings
WALTER H. BECKHAM
Judge <->!' Juvenile Court
Geo. and Sid
Langer
OF
THE SUNGAS
COMPANY
1100 West Flagler Street
Phone 2-3811
EXTEND SINCERE
WISHES FOR A
REAL BROTHERHCFOD
GREETINGS
ABBOTT
ELECTRIC
186 N. E. 20th Street
Phones: 3-62947-3082
dramatize for youth the s gnif -
cance of citizenship in a democracy.
The sixth point of the program
urges annual Youth and Democra-
cy Rallies, such as Miami is about
to witness for the first t me.
GREETINGS
Auto Lock & Supply Co.
1304 N. E. Second Ave.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
-i
GREETINGS
GUS JACKSON
Republic Bldg.
GREET1NGS
ROBERT F. CUTSHAU j
of the
HUNTINGTON
SANDWICH SHOP
: Huntingto:i Bids.. Miami. Fla. I
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GREETINGS
Monnah Park
Service Station
2201 N. W. 41st Street
Miami, Florida
GREETINGS
BEN J. KINCAID
Life Insurance & Annuities
411 First Natl. Bank Bldg
rilC'XE 2-0721
Brotherhood Greetings
JUDGE
H. L.OPPENBORN
The Stuyvesant
Insurance Co.
Mi u Participating Pi licy Is-
sued by tlii- Old Established
Stiicl i an) affords sub-
stantial savings ti owners of
G ll I'rupi nil :, an I Kutoino-
bilcs.
EASTERN
Underwriting
Company, Inc.
Congress Building
GREETINGS
MAULE INDUSTRIES
BUILDER'S SUPPLIES
1136 N. W. 21st AVEPHONE 4-2574
OJUS, FLORIDAPHONE 2 4806
1760 PURDV AVEMIAMI BEACHPHONE 5-4663
AGAIN AVE EXTEND THE REASON'S GREETINGS
MR. FOSTER'S STORE
100 East Flagler Street



PAGE FOURTEEN
W.P.A. Resumes
Relief Certification
(Special).Resumption of certifica-
tion for WPA work relief be-
gan in Dade County on February
1 according to announcement today
of Mrs. Catherine Argo. director of
State Welfare District No. 9. with
headquarters at SI Ni E. First St.
Due to the limited number oi so-
cial workers available, application!
from those desiring WPA employ-
ment will be received daily, except
Saturday and Sunday, at the welfare
Office at 31 K. L. First Street, Mi-
ami.
The office will he open from 9
A.M- until 1 P.M.
Only persons who have not pre-
viously been certified for work re-
1 ,i will be certified at this time b)
the Stan- Welfare Board, the \\
P.A. having arranged through ita
own social work staff t" recertify
those who have been dropped from
the rolls.
W.P.A. certification was discon-
tinued by the State Welfare Board
in June of last year as an economy
measure, so that such funds as were
available could be used in the pay-
ment of Old Age Assistance, Aid
to the Blind and Aid to Dependent
Children. At that time approxi-
mately 25.000 persons had been cer-
tified to the WPA. for whom no
jobs had been provided.
Kesnmption of certification was
made possible, according to an-
nouncement of State Welfare Com-
missioner C- C. Codrington, by the
use of part of the funds previously
paid as old age assistance to nearly
900 aliens who were removed from
the rolls on January 1 by a legisla-
tive amendment i<> the seat welfare
act which prohibited the granting of
such assistance except to citizens
of the United States.
About 50 additional \i>iiors have
been employed over the state for
W.P.A, certification exclusively, the
present welfare staff, already re-
duced in numbers, having no time
for the additional work.
The ncc.ro intake .nice at Miami
for W.P.A. certification will be lo-
cated at 232 X. W. 6th Street.
metropolitan area.
Tom Watson
Announces
Candidacy
.1. Tom Watson, residing at
Tampa, is waging an active cam-
paign in behalf of his candidacy
for the office of Attorney-General
of Florida. Watson, a widely-
known attorney, is covering the
state rather thoroughly and is
speaking to large and influential
groups at all of his stops.
William Shayne, past exalted
sulen of the Klks. memhen of the
board of Governors of the Y. M.
H. A. and active in innumerable
communal and civic undertakings
has endorsed the candidacy of Tom
Watson.
"Having known Tom for a great
many years and considering him a
a fsiend. I unhecsitatingly endorse
Tom as our next Attorney-Gener-
al." Shayne said. "I have studied
the aspirants for this office and
know no one who is more qual-
fied for this position." He further
said. "As to his attitude to South
Florida, I believe Tom Watson has
clearly stated his position."
Addressing a meeting of the
Young Democrats last week. Mr-
Watson stated that "as Attorney-
General I will represent the State
in all legal matters but definitely
not in the capacity of a proseiutor."
Many have rallied to Mr. Wat
son's candidacy and a successful
campaign is envisioned by his
many friends.
EBERHART FLOOR
COVERING STORE
4>."> N*. 0'ange Si,
Orlando. Florida
Sincere Holiday Greetings
TAMNEY GROCERY
and MARKET
501 W. South
rhnne 0279
Orlando, Florida
Brotherhood Greetings
GREENTREE SODA
FOUNTAIN
371 N. Orange St.
Orlando. Florida
Brotherhood Greetings
PRESCOTTS GARAGE
1222 29th St. Phone 3646
Orlando, Florida
Greetings
ORLANDO MATTRESS
FACTORY
500 W. South St.
Orlando, Florida
Brotherhood Greetings
BURKES TROPICAL
PAINT CO.
638 W. Robinson St.
Orlando, Florida
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAH
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY IS. 1949
1
B'nai B'rith at the initiation of the Henry L. Monsky Class.
Pictured above is the Degree Team in costume, of Sholem Lodge
APPOINTED CHAIRMAN
Mr. Sidney I.. Segal!, prominent
attorney, was appointed chairman
of the Resolutions Committee of
the Young Democrats of Dade
County at a meeting last Friday.
CONVALESCING
HERE
Rabbi .1. II- Riclienste'n "i Chi
cagoi 111- is convalescing from ;i
recent illness at 1543 S. W. 7th St
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ALS LIVELY S AUTO
PAINT BODY WORKS
3(100 X. Orange
Orlando, Florida
Sincere Holiday Greetings
HINCHEY IRON WORKS
221 s. Hughey
Orlando, Florida
Sincere Holiday Greetings
JACKSON'S DRUG STORE
Jim X. Orange Ave.
Orlando. Florida
Sincere Brotherhood Greetings
STANDARD GARAGE and
AUTO BODY WORKS
V2-2 N. Parramore si.
hrlando, Florida
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Brotherhood Greetings
J.J.Caldwell
SHEET METAL WORK
320 America
Orlando, Florida j
Greetings
TUCKER and BRANHAM
Insurance Agents
904 Florida Bank Bldg.
Telephone 3521
Orlando, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JONES SERVICE STATION
imi s. Garland
Orlando. Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HARRY'S RESTAURANT
1 _'_' V Orange
trlando, Florida
Greetings
Lor Quick Transportation Call
5151
ECONOMY and YELLOW
CAB, INC.
Orlando. Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Rehse Garage
249 Boone st.
Phone 7924
Orlando. Florida
I

Sincere Brotherhood Greetings
ORLANDO WELDING CO.
til W. Line St.
Orlando, Florida
Brol h Iiood i ireetings
J. B. Walker
Superintendent
Piildie Instruction
Irlando, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
DR JOHN HERTZ, M. D
S04 N. Magnolia
Orlando. Florida
Brotherhood Greetings
BANDY PRINTING CO
"The Home of Good
Impressions
S. Dixie Highway
Orlando. Florida
Brotherhood Greetings
Arthur Butt
I ,l.\ AssCsM)!'
< Orlando, Florida
Sieeere Brotherhood Greetings
THE SCHWOB COMPANY
114 and 116 S. Orange St.
Orlando, Florida
sincere Brotherh tod Greetings
NORTH GARLAND
BODY WORKS
529 N. Garland
Phone 3632
Orlando, F^rida
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Frank Karel
SHERIFF
Orange County
Orlando. Florida
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
THOMAS LUMBER CO.
231 W. Gore Are.
Orlando, Florida
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1940.
THE JKWI8H FLORHHAN
PAGE FIFTEENT
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H.J.A. PROVIDES MEANS, MACHINES for PALESTINE REBUILDING
Despite the war, thousand* of young
refugees (in photos above) continue
lu find homes in Palestine with the
aid of the United Palestine Appeal.
The U.P.A. will receive its funds in
1940 from the nationwide United
Jewish Appeal for Refugees and
Overseas Needs in which the Joint
Distribution Committee and the Na-
tional Refugee Service, Inc. are also
represented. Human material for the
building of a homeland, machines
for tilling the soil are provided
through the support of the U.P.A.
i At right) The first tractor comes to
the settlement of Krith America in
Northern Galilee. It's a great day of
celebration at. the soil yields to the
sarrilirr and hard labors of the pion-
eer,-. I Above right) A veteran settler
inducts young newcomers into ranks
of farmer*.
GREETINGS
SERVICE
PRINTING CO.
Job Printing
FT. PIERCE, FLA.
Holiday Greetings
HECK MACHCINE CO.
?UOaJ.M.VIJI
Ft. Pierce, Florida
Brotherhood Greetings
NEW BURSTON HOTEL
2:50 S. 2nd Street
Ft. Pierce, Florida
GREETINGS
BLUE FRONT
LIQUOR STORE
901 AVENUE D
Ft. Pierce, Fla.
Y.M.H.A. Notes
(Continued from Page Three)
Harry S. SchwartzYour scribe
is happy to be serving: his fifth
year as a member of the board of
directors and hopes he may con-
tinue in that capacity until the day
comes when we will have seen the
completion of a real Jewish com-
munity center, affiliated with the
Florida Specialty Sales Co. (when
working.) Was bom in Chicago.
Illinois, Saturday. Jan. 5, 1910.
Married two years, father of one
hoy.
Herman WaitsmanAlthough a
new-comer to the "Y"), Herman
has shown a great deal of ability
in handling: any "Y" project placed
in his hands. At present, Herman
is finance chairman and also ticket
chairman of the annual "Cavalcade
of Stars." Judging from past per-
formances, we children look for-
ward to a great piece of work from
Herman this year- Native of Pat-
terson. N. J. Born September 16,
1909. Married 7 years ajro. has two
children, boy and girl.
Adolph Haimes Has been
around the "Y" a good many years
and has always 'proven his mettle
when most needed. Anytime the
"Y" sponsors an affair you can
find Adolph at the Box Office sell-
or taking tickets. The Seminole
Printing Co. and Adolph are one.
< 'atchem ?
Jules WilsonFor many years
an active member of the "Y be
was recently appointed to the board
of directors. Every organization
has its kibitzers and so it is with
Jules. Always ready and willing
to assist when needed. Jules was
born in Philadelphia. Pa., October
20, 1904. Married 14 years and
has one boy. Is part owner of
Wilson Rental Agency.
George Wolpert-One of the
real old-timers around the YMHA.
George has just become active
again and has taken the hull V
the horns, as it were, in helping t
with the many improvements that
have been made and are going to i
I
be made at the "Y". George is
owner of the George Wolpert Furn-
iture Co. Was born in Brooklyn, N.
Y., March 13, 1904.
Harry GordonHas been a good
worker for the "Y" during the past
.! years as a board member- Harry's
pet job around the "Y" was House
Chairman until recently when his
own business. The Miami Jewish
Funeral Home usurped most of bis
lime- I- always ready to assist
when called upon. Came I" Miami
from Macon, <".. Was bom Jan.
1. 190.5 is married.
Fred K. Shochel A rccenl elec-
tive to the Board of l> rectors, ha?
shown ability t.> become one of its
besl board members. Has played a
most important pan in publicising
all activities of the "Y" in his Jew
ish Floridian. Although the young-
est board member Freddy has won
bis spurs at the "Y". Hail- from
Baltimore, Maryland and is enjoy-
ing single bliss,
GREETINGS
LEWIS SERVICE
STATION & BARBECUE
640 N. FOURTH ST.
Ft. Pierce, Fla.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RINES TRANSFER CO.
231 Royal Poincianna Way
PHONE 7714
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
O'QUINN
MOTOR CO.
DodgePlymouth
Dodge Trucks
720 FOURTH ST.
Ft. Pierce, Fla.
SINCERE GREETINGS
UNDERWOOD
CLEANERS
Phone 287
104 S. FIFTH ST.
Ft. Pierce. Fla.
Sincere Brotherhood
Greetings
HOWARD BOTELER
WHOLESALE CONF.
307 SANPORD AVE.
Sanford. Fla.
Sincere Brotherhood Greetings
T. W. LAWTON
Superintendent of
Public Instruction
Sanford, Florida
Holiday Greetings
PALM BEACH
WOOD WORK CO.
SIM) 23rd Street
West Palm Bead), Florida
GREETINGS
JONES
TIRE SHOP
Recapping, Tires, Batteries,
Road Service Vulcanizing,
i Washing, Polishing, Lub-
rication, Pure Oil Products
FIRST and ELM ST.
Sanford, Fla.
Brotherhood Greetings
STRICKLAND'S
PHARMACY
139 N. SECOND ST.
Ft. Pierce, Fla.
SINCERE
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
SUNRISE
MOTOR CO., INC.
S. DIXIE HIGHWAY
Ft. Pierce, Fla.
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
CANADAY'S
PHARMACY
The Most UpTo-Date
Drug Store in Town
Phone 606
ARCADE BLDG.
Ft. Pierce, Fla.
GREETINGS
RUSSOS BROS.,
Inc.
Auto EquipmentUnited
Auto Service
513 N. FOURTH ST.
Ft. Pierce, Fla.
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
FORT PIERCE
DAIRIES
E. C. MILLIGAN
Sales Manager
211 N. SECOND ST.
Ft. Pierce, Fla.
GREETINGS
ST. LUCIE
ICE CO.
218 AVENUE B
Ft. Pierce, Fla.
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PAGE SIXTEEN
THE JEWISH FLOEDMAH
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1M0.
Larson Seeks
Treasurer's Post
SOCIETY
Thousands of fr ends throughout
Florida received with enthusiasm
the announcement of the candidacy
of Edwin Larson for the office
of State Treasurer in the coming
election.
Ad ve in local c rcles in behalf
of the candidacy of F..1 Lai -
William Shayne. popular and well
i n civic and communal worker.
Under his admin the
Florida of the Internal Rev-
3 ice showed the phenom-
f a Too per 11
ni mei >us
Larson was commended by Wash-
ingtoi off i al tor the rec rd
by him.
Before he >> i an i i Elector of in-
Larson was
the youngest legislators ever to
sit in the Senate or House at Tal-
lahassee. The Twenty-ninth Dis-
trict, comprising Clay and Baker
counties, sent him to the Senab i
1932 and before that he had repre-
sented Clay County in the House
for two terms, beginning this gerv
, .,- the youthful age of 29.
He resigned his seat in the Sen-
, ; A igusl 1933, to accept the
po8t ir of Internal Reve-
le
As a legislator, Larson ha
portunity to study State govern-
mental operations at close range
and th.- experience ga ned in this
service together with the excellent
record which he established in the
Collector's office, have equipped
him exceptionally well for the high
office to whidl he now aspires.
Larson gave up the Federal post
after x years of en v. able service,
during which the collections of the
office increased from 17,682.269 in
1933 to $51,014,700 for 1939
Seeking the office on his past
record, Ed. as he is known to his
many friends has pledged himself
if elected, to upright and efficient
discharge of the duties of the of-
fice.
ELECTED TO FILL
VACANCIES
Dr. Samuel Beckman was unani-
mously elected to fill the vacancy
( created by the resignation of Alvin
Grossman, first vice president and
Louis Safan to the position of re-
cording secretary created by the
resignation of Leon Lieberman,
*
VISITS
FLORIDA
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president
>f the .1 wi he Hollywood Bea< h
Hotel in Hollywood. Fla.
Attorney Seeks
Crcuit Judgeship
C. '. Youmans announces that
he i- a candidte for Circu't Judge
of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in
Group Pour,
Mr. Youmans is a native of Ge-
rgia and was horn and reared on
o plantat on in Emanuel County
near Swa'n-boro. Georgia. He
graduated from Mercer University,
Macon, Georgia, with an A. B De-
cree in v.'io. After his graduation
he taught in the Hich School of
Ameri Georgia, for four years
be ng principal of the school the
last two years. He then returned to
Mercer University at Macon, Ga.,
t study law. During his law
course he wa II tan) principal
of Lanier High School at Macon.
Georgia. He received his LL.B. de-
Sincere Brotherhood Greetings
COLONIAL MATTRESS and
UPHOLSTERING CO.
318 W. Colonial Drive
Orlando. Florida
gree at Mercer University and
took two years of post graduate
work in history, economics, corpor-
ation finance and law at Columbia
University, New York. He enter-
ed th armv immediately after the
United States declared war on
Germany and attended F:rst Offi-
cers' Training Camn at Fort M<-
Pherson. Georgia. After train ng
camp was over he was assigned to
321st Field Art'llery. 82nd Divi-
sion at Camp Gordon. Georgia. He
was later transferred to the air
service and served on the Pacific
Coast until the war was over.
Vft r the war he began the prac
ice of law at Dubl n Georg i,
member of I h law firm of
\datns Camn and Youmans. Hi
was appointed counsel for the Fed
ral>Land Bank of 'olnmbin. S. <'..
in C ilumbl
wo \ it to moving to
Flnrda. He came to Miami in
1924 and has been engaged in the
pract ce of law continuously here
nine that time.
For the pa-* veral years he
has maintained his offices in the
First National Rank Building. He
is a member of Harvey Seeds Post,
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
Orlando Plumbing
& Heating Co.
125 E. Core St.
ORLANDO. FLA.
Brotherhood Greetings
FINNIES AUTO PARTS CO.
807 W, CMitral Ave.
Orlando, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Shirley & Hardman
Sporting Goods
206 W. Church Phone 3410
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greet ingfl
L and L FREIGHT LINES, Inc.
330 State St.
Orlando, Florida
SINCERE
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Central Cigar and
Tobacco Co.
630 W. CENTRAL
Orlando, Florida
< (reel ings
ELDER SPRINGS
WATER CO.
1629 .Mt. Vernon Ave
Orlando, Florida
Fjm Pabst
m Blue Ribbon
Beer
ALE
SB

SB
BEER
ORANGE STATE
BEER
DISTRIBUTORS
7 N PARRAMORE, ORLANDO
DISTRIBUTORS OF
ALE PABST
BEER BEER
\V< Extend the
Hand of Fellowship
Sweat & Ault
Sheet Metal Works
313 BROOKHAVEN RD.
< Irlaiulo, Florida
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
Cervantes
Spanish Restaurant
16 E. CHURCH ST.
Orlando, Florida
American Legion and of the Miami
Beach Congregational Church- He
is also a Mason.
GREETINGS
N. G. FILLEY
Used Car Lot
200 W. CENTRAL ST.
Orlando. Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Albert Van Nest
Specializing on Home Radio
12 years
Phone 4678
122> Ilillcrest Ave.
Orlando. Florida
Greetings
A. B. Herndon
BLUE PRINTS
Magriuler Arcade
Orlando. Florida
I Ireetinga
FRENCH MIRROR PLATE
GLASS CO.
7:. \Y. Pine
Orlando, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
American Laundry
& Cleaning Co.
21 \. I'AUI.WMt'KF.
i irlando, Florida
Holiday Greetings
T. G LEE DAIRY
Grade "A" Raw Pasteurized Milk
Churned Buttermilk Baby M Ik
Cream Butter
Telephone 7300
315 X. Bumhy
Orlando, Florida
V
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JACOB
BURKHARD
Plumbing
330 X. (i.MCI.AM)
t trlando, Florida
R itherhood Greetings
RELIABLE OFFICE
EQUIPMENT CO.
4:1 W. Washington
Orlando, Florida
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Brotherhood Greetings
Victor Hutchins
< onnty Judge
Orlando. Florida
Brotherhood Greetings
CARTER LUMBER CO.
74< S. Hughey
Orlando. Florida
Brotherh.....1 < ireetings
Clyde McKenney
Tax Collector
Orlando. Florida
Sincere Brotherhood Greetings
Colin Murchison
Citv Commissioner
Orlando. Florida
Brotherhood Day Greetings
D. VARNER USED CAR LOT
234 X Central Ave.
Phone 3153
Orlando, Florida
holiday greetings
FLORIDA CLEANING CO
1109 E. Colonial Driv.
Orlando. Florida
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