The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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VOI- 13 No. 8.
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1910
PRICE in CENTS
Solomon Goldman
Z.O.A. President to Address
Mass Meeting Thursday
Congregation Approves
Plans For New
Synagogue Edifice
NATL FIGURE KNOWN
FOR BRILLIANT ORATORY
\f-A
Dr. Soloman Goldman, president
of the Zionist Organization of
America, will address Greater Mi-
ami Jewry Thursday evening at
a mass meeting at Temple Israel
under the auspices of the Greater
Miami 7i onist District. The meet-
ing is scheduled to start at 8 P.
M. Sydney L. Segall, president of
the district, will act as cha rraan
of the evening and Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will inroduce Dr. Goldman.
Dr. Solomon Goldman succeeded
Dr. Stephen S- Wise, as president
of the Zionist Organization of
America and is one of the fore-
most members of the American
rabbinate and one of the most out-
standing Jewish scholars and writ-
ers in the country. A towering fig-
ure in Jew:sh life in America, and
a leader in Jewish communal ac-
tivities not only in Chicago, where
he occupies the pulpit of the most
important Conservative Syna-
gogue, but throughout the United
States.
Ladies9 Divisions
Sponsor Purim Balls
BETH DAVID AFFAIR WOMEN'S CLUB SCENE
SUNDAY AT FLEETWOOD i M. J. 0. C. FESTIVITIES
Organizations Join
National Brotherhood
Week Observance
,
The twenty-fourth annual Pre Tuesday evening February 27th
Purim Ball sponsored by the Beth t 9 P- M., at the Miami Women's
David Sisterhood w 11 be held Sun- j Club, 1734 N. Bayshore Drive, Mi-
day evening, February 25th. at 9 m'. the Ninth Annual Pur m Ball
P. M. at the Fleetwood Hangar,' sponsored by the Indies' Auxiliary
Fleetwiod Hotel. 800 West Ave.. i of the Miami Jew sh Orthodox Con-
SECRETARY WOODRINi; TO
ADDRESS B'NAI B'RITH
BROTHERHOOD RALLY
Miami Beach. An entertaining pro-
gram featuring M'ss Ruth Brot-
man. lyric coloratura soprano ac-
companied by Frances Drucker-
man. will be presented. Mrs. Mich-
ael Arnold, general chairman is in
charge of arrangements. The
Fleetwood Hotel Orchestra will
furn-sh music for dancing. Ad
mission charge is one dollar per
person and t ckets n;ay be ob-
tained from committee members or
at the door. All members, friends
and visitors are cord ally invited
to be present.
men I and toured various parts of
the < luntry for the purpose of pro-
moting better understanding be-
tween Jews and Chrstians.
Deeply devoted to the develop-
ment of Jewish cultural life, Dl
Goldman has been a moving forci
in all Institut ons and organiza-
tions for the promotion of educa-
tional and theological
is a member of the Ilillel Founda-
tion Commission, the Am -Dcfa-
gregation. will be held. Heading
the committee of arrangements is
Mrs. Irwin Krick. Features of the
NEW YORK CITYSecretary
of War Harry H. Woodring will be
the principal speaker at a cambin- j .
ed celebration of Brotherhood
Week and George Washington's
birthday to be held under the joint
sponsorsh p of the Metropolitan
Council of B'nai B'rith Century 6lh S[
even ng will be the contest for the Membership Campaign at the Ho-
GROUND BREAKING
CEREMONIES TO
BE ANNOUNCED
------
Plans were approved for a new
Synagogue ed fice at an approxi-
mate cost of $17,500 at a geneial
[meeting of the Miami Jewish Con-
gregation last Tuesday night. Ap-
j proving of the plans signalled
"Full Speed Ahead" as the bu' Id-
ing committee was authorized to
receive bids and let contracts for
immediate construction. The bu ld-
ing will be built on the property
of the congregation located at the
N. W. corner of S. W- 17th Ave. at
The entrance will face S.
W. 17th Ave., have a seat.ng ca-
pacity of more than 500, w 11 be
title "Queen Esther," in which lo tel Plaza on Sunday afternoon.
cal organizations will compete. The February 25th.
program will include the entrel A feature.of the program will be of Moorish type with Henry J.
flour show of the Floridian Hotel, the reading aloud en masse by the Nadel as the architect.
An orchestra will provide music, audience of the go>d will Decs' j '[-he Congregation will celebrate
for dancing. T ckets are one dol-; logue prepared by the National Jtg Tentn Anniversary this fall
lar per person and may be obtain- Conference of Christians and JfW-|and represents the Orthodox wing
ed from members or at the door. A negro chor, as well as a priest,, ..... .
The public is urged to attend. | minister and rabbi, will participate j Miami Jewry with a member-
which will also ship of more than 150. Rabbi
Abraham A. Kellner is its spiritu; I
head having served in that ca-
pacity for 3 years. H. M. Drewich
is president of the Congregation
,. serving his fourth consecutive
The Union of Am'-can Hebrew |
Congregations, p*:nt body of term. The building committee who
The seventh annual observance! Liberal Judaism I America and will be in charge cons.sts of Jl.
of Brotherhood Week will be ob- its affiliates, the National Feder- m. Drewich, M. Rifas, E. Albert
served in Miami by the Young ation of Tern le S st< irhoods (pa]]ott, a. Pepper, George Cher;-
Y.M.H.A. SPONSORS
INTFR-FAITH
BROTHERHOOD EVENT
in the exercises,
be addressed by United States
Senator Dennis Chavez of New
Mexico and Lou's Nizcr. prominent,
N\\v York attorney- .
Jewish
Men's Hebrew Association at a world's largest
meeting Sunday even ng. February religious org:>
Women's
the Na-
pursuits, 24th aj the y Clubrooms. 1667 S.ltional Federati >n of Temple Bro
W. 5th St., M ami. featuring Dave herhoods, sponsor of
Sholtz, former governor of Florida,
mation League Council, the Board
is the principal speaker A pro-
of Trustees of the Jewish Theolog- gnm w)|| ;|,S(| ,,(. pre8ented. Mr.
cal Seminary of America, the M.1.||il.(, ;,,,ssllia. executive dU
Jewish Publication Society, and a ( ^ (. aU(, ,)r Samuel Beckman
former president of the Histadrut cu,tura, ^airman, are in sharge
W rth.
Dr. Goldman also enjoys a wide
reputation as an author, having
DR. SOIX)MON GOLDMAN
By
Dr. Goldman, who is 44 years old,
received his education at the Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva and the
Jewish Theological Seminary from
which he obtained the degrees of
rabbi and Doctor of Hebrew Let-
ters. He also studied at New York
University, Columbia Universiy
and the Un-versity of Chicago.
Mentified with Zionist activities
from early childhood Dr. Goldman
held many important posts as
teacher, edrtor and leader in vari-
ous projects for the rebuilding of
the Jewish National Home in Pal-1
estin. Joining the rabbinate in
1917. he occupied pulpits ;n leading
synagogues in Brooklyn and Cleve
land before going to Chicago where
h" has been sniritunl lead-r of
Congregation Anshe Emet since
1929.
of arrangements.
Brotherhood Week, under the
auspices if the National Confer-
written "A Rabbi Takes Stock," i ence 0f Christians and Jews, began
"The Jew and the Universe," and j February lHth and continues
"The Golden Chain." as well as tnroUgh February 25th with "The
having contributed to numerous Prcsent Cris s in Human Rela-
and academ, C publica-
the Jewish
Chautauqua Society, and the Na-
tional Federation of Temple Youth
are participate ng in observance of
Nati >nal Brotherhood Week, ac-
cording to an announcement made
at Union headquarters in Cincin-
nati.
kof, Leon Liberman and Henry
Gabbe.
Arrangements are now in pre-
paration for a gala ground break-
ing celebration to be held in the
very near future. The building,
according to present ird cation,
will be available for use for the
High Holidays.
svmnosia
tions.
Recently Dr. Goldman
South Africa in behalf of the Jew-
ish National Fund, be ng the
fourth American ever to make a
round-trin flight from Southamp-
' ->n to Johannesburg. Dr. Goldman j
who was elected president of the j
3 onist Organization of America!
in July, 1938, is also a national |
co-chairman of the United Pales-
tine Appeal.
Bes des his participation in the
efforts to rebuild Palestine as the
Jewish National Home, Dr. Gold-
man has taken an active part in
the work of various other organiz-
ations. He is a member of the Ex-
ecutive Committee of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, the Bureau of
tions" ns this year's theme, and is
being observed by more than 1000
toured cormUmties '' the country.
.
NIGHT OF STARS" SHOWS
TO CAPACITY AUDIENCE
In addition to his activities as a Jewish Education, theUnited Syn
re.g.ous leader and writer, D-| agogue of Amenca, the Rabb.n.cal
Goldman has been prominently Assembly, the Amencan Academy
has
linked with leadership in civic af-
fairs. He waa also one of the first
of Political and Social Science, the
American Oriental Society and the
champions of the Good Will Move- Linguistic Society of Amenca.
I'nd! the same capable guid-
ance of R. R. Adler, as in preVOns
years, the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau's Sixth Annual "Night of
Stars" was presented last Monday
evening to an appreciative audi-
ence that filled every available
and whose untiring efforts and
unselfish devotion made the affair
possible and the tremendous suc-
cess it was.
Mr. Adler stated, "I want to take
this opportunity to express my
appreciation to my committe".
seat in the Olympia, had people Mesdames Max Steuer, Estelle
standing in the rear of the theatre Schram, Ann Jacobs. Ben Marden,
nd many hundreds turned away at Ida Opther. Bertha B. Levy. Mar-
the door. ian Blank Arnson. and Mr. Ben
A galaxy of Stars rarely seen Davis, Col. Abe Hallow. Without
on any stage in one evening took the stars there could be no show
their turn in entertaining. Harry So we are truly grateful for their
R chman and Don Ijwning acted n'rform^nces. Also the papers,
as masters of ceremonies for the Carl Erbe and h's staff. Al's
evening. Others that appeared S.-dwich Shop. Kahn & Albert, all
DAVID SHOLTZ
were Sophie Tucker, Benny Fields.
Joe E. Fields. Ixiu Holtz. Kay Ky-
ser. Abe I.yman and many more.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, pres -
dent of the Bureau, opened the
show and thanked the many who
rave their whole-hearted coopera-
tion. He paid special tribute to
Rudy Adler who devoted all of his
time for the past several weeks
who helned greatly. I am looking
forward to mak ng next year's
"Night of Stars," bigger and bet-
ter than ever."
Sophie Tucker was presented with
numerous bouquets and baskets of
flowers by the Bureau and its
Aux.liary.
Over seven thousand dollars was
realized.


PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAM
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23,
1910
IsOCIAiL ACTIVI TIES

iSSa
I
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor __________ __._-. J_^^-.F^i.^.-^i=j.-.j=y;-r=p=f ^.J-
HADASSAH HOARD
TO MEET
The regular board meeting of
the Miami Chapter of Senior Ha-
dassah will be held Monday after-
noon, February 26th. at 2 P. M..
at the home of Mrs. Rudolph
Rothschild, 3467 Prairie Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. All board members are
urged to attend as important bus-
ness will be transacted.

TO BE BAR MITZVAH
The Bar Mitzvah of Herbert
Arthur Zw;ck, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Zwick. will take place Satur-
day morning March 2nd. at 0
A. M., at the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregat on. 1645 S. W. 3rd
St. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will
address the boy and Herbert Ar-
thur will deliver the Haftorah. A
recepti m will follow the services.
Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Zwick will entertain in honor of
their son at their home. B21 S. W.
23rd Ave- at 6 P. M. All friends
an- cord ally invited to attend.
* *
VISITING HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fisher of
Monticello, N. Y. formally of
Miami, are visiting in Miami for
ral weeks with Mrs. Fisher's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Drevich and her sister and brother
i?i law. Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Silverman.
REGULAR MEETING
TO BE HELD
The Miami Chapter of the
Women's Division of the American
Jewish Congress will hold their
regular meeting Wednesday after-
noon. February 28th at 2 P. M. at
Ritter's Alamac. Miami Beach.
The program will include Mrs. J.
X. Cohen of New York, member
of the national board of the
Congress as the guest speaker;
Mrs. Herbert U. Feibelman will
render vocal selections and Mrs.
Sol Rosenbloom of New York and
Golden Beach. Fla., national hon-
orary president of the Women's
Division, will speak briefly. Mrs.
Moses Krieger, president, will
preside. The public is cordially
invited.
TO ADDRESS FORUM
Rabbi Aaron Teitelbaum. well
known both in the United States MRS. MICHAEL ARNOLD
and abroad as one of the founders general chairman of Beth Davi
of the J. D. C. and the Central Sisterhood's Twenty-fourth Pre-
Purim Ball to be held Sunday eve-
B'NAl B'RITH TO MEET
The regular meeting of Sholem
Belief Commjttee and for the past
ring at the Fleetwood Hotel.
TO HOLD CARD PARTY
A card party for the benefit of
Lodge B'nai B'rith wll be held the refugees in Palestine w 11 bo
Tuesday evening, February 27th (riven by the Pioneer Women'.
:lt the Evans Hotel. Miami Beach, Organization of Greater Miami
at B:80 P. M. An interesting pro-1 f0r Palestine Sunday evening Mar.
gram will be presented. All mem- 3rd at 8:30 P. M. at the Beth
bers and friends are cordially David auditorium. Many card
invited to be present. *ames wi" be Pla>'ed and refresh-
ments served. Tickets may be
obtained from any member or at
VISITORS HERE the door Admission is fifty centi
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Grossman of j per person. The public is cordially
Elizabeh, N. ', are visiting here invited to attend.
with their brother and sister. Mr
and Mrs. Maurice Grossman.
AUXILIARY TO MEET
\CTIVITIES PLANNED
At the meeting held by
Arbeiter R:ng Branch 692 Tucs-
day evening. February 20th, at
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Sholem I the Roth David Talmud Torah
Lodge B'nai BV.th will hold their plans were completed for the
regular meeting Tuesday evening opening of a Convalescenl 11 r.
February 27tih at 8:30 P. M at
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the hom.' of Mrs. Samuel Blank,
;7oii pini tree Drive, Miami Beach.
Mrs, I^aac Levin, pre.- dent, will
ial hour will follow
the business meeting. All mem-
b r- and | n spi I ve members arc
cord ally invited to be present.
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ten years a presidium member of
the Mizrachi World Organization.
will visit in Miami Beach for a V. W. H. A. T" MEET
short vacation. He will be the The Young Women's Hebrew MARRIAGE NUPTIALS
i .v t-.. a.. ;. Association will hold their regular PERFORMED
guest speaker at the Friday night ,- L i ..,.,..! .
meeting Wednesday evening I-eb-i Rabbi Moses Mesch^loff official
Forum of the Beth Jacob Congre- |i|.uy ._,vh a, ^ y (iubl,,nls.. ,(] B< .|u, vedding f MlM Ruth
cation March 1st, and his subject, p0]|owing the business meeting an Greenberg to Albert M. Ostroff in
will be "Palestine in the World-", interesting program wll be pre-
In his honor the Miami Beach sented. Included on the program
Mizrachi will hold its monthly arrange,! by the Entertainment
. ,, ,, ,, Chairman. Mrs. S. Ehrlich. will be
meeting and Melave Malken Sat- ,,. .... __. ,, ,. ,
Miss Shirley Mandell, vocalist.
Miss Phyliss Rudin Ehrlich.
accordion tap dancer and Mary
Lynn Prince, vocalist. Refresh-
ments w 11 be served. All members
and friends are cordially invited to
attend.
for sick Arhe ter members wl i
reside here during the winter. A
committee was appointed to
p'ete the final plans, Further
details will be announced a a
later date.
More than one hundred ai
persons were present at I
posium sponsored by this .
Sunday evening at the Y gl
Speakers during the evening were
Mr. Max Tanor and Mrs. \ >
Levinson.
urday evening. March 2nd.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 194*
I
. (
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SOCIETY
JUNIOR COUNCIL
ANNOUNCES CANDIDATE
The National Council of Jewish
Juniors announce that Miss Jose-
phine Raxin, vice president of the
organization, has been chosen to
represent them at the Purim Ball
sponsored by the Ladies' Auxil ary
of The Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation Tuesday evening at
the Miami Women's Club in the
contest for the title of "Queen
Esther." Miss Raxin is active in
local socal circles and is well
known as a concert pianist. All
Council members and friends are
urged to attend and support their
candidate.

YOUTH RALLY HELD
Several hundred were present
Wednesday evening at the Miami
Senior H:gh School at a Youth and
Democracy Rally sponsored by
local youth organzatons.
Guest speakers of the evening
J. Mark Wilcox. former United
States Congressman, and Rev. D ck
Evans, executive vice president of
the Congress of Democracy.
Speaking on the "Obligations of
Youth in a Democracy." Wilcox
stated. "The youth of today should
keep their attention on ways of
solving the nat on's problems so
that subversive influences could
not undermine American Democ-
racy and that the United States
should keep out of the European
War." Rev. Evans listed "Good
Will, responsibility, enthusiasm,
appreciation and tr umphant pride
in the American way of life that
make the five things which make
democracy great."
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
talks were given by the president,
Mrs. Lena Wolk and Mrs. Ratner.
A social hour followed and re-
freshments were served.

WEDDING HELD
TThe marriage of Miss Rhoda
Horwitz and Mr. Naum Kosakow-
ski was held last week with Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff offic ating. A
reception followed at the Beth
Jacob Synagogue.

SPINOZA CROUP
CONTINUES
The largest audi--ce of the
s"a--on gathered last Saturday af-
ternoon to hear Dr. Abraham
W'.lfson exnound Srinoza's r-hilos-
ophy on the human mind. There
were ahout 2r.O men and women
fathered on the lawn. Next .Sat-
urday afternoon the Spinoza
Oroun will meet again on the lawn
at 1059 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach. Mr. Edward Clark, noted
lecturer on music, of the Universi-
ty of Miami 11 sneak on "Bee-
thoven" A general discussion will
follow the lecture.
PAGE THREK
DR. SAMUEL BECKMAN
first vice president of the Young
Men's Hebrew Association who
was unan mously elected to fill
the vacancy.
VISITING HERE
Mrs. Willinm n. Jacobson of
Baltimore, Md.. is visiting in Mi-
ami w th her sister and brother-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac levin.
MEETING HELD
The English Speaking group of
the Pioneer Women held a meeting
Tuesday evening February 20th at
tht home of Mrs. B. Ratner. Mrs.
A. Schmerian, cha rman of the Na"
tional Fund, reported that the pro-
ceeds of the recent card party held
totalled SI26 and that $210 ws for-
warded to the national off ce. Plans
for a card party and donor lunch-
eon were discussed and details will
be announced in a later issue Brief
MT7R \CHJ HOLD
CARD PARTY
| The Mizruh Women's Branch
of Miami Beach will hold their
first card party of the season
Wednesday afternoon March fith
at 1 P. M. at th T des Hotel. 1220
Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Door
prizes will be awnrdei and refresh-
men's s-i-vd. In charge of ar-
rangements are Mrs. a. Berow.
Mrs. F. Knlstein and Mr. M. Foit
Tickets may be obtained from
the officers, at the Beth Jacob
Svnagogne or at the door. All
members and friends are cordially
invited to attend.

MARRIAGE TAKES PLACE
The weddinw of Miss Silv a Sil-
vers'ein to Mr. Simuel Gorodet-
sky was held Wednesday evenino-
it the B"th Jacob Svnagogue with
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiat-
ng.
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
Tampa Abstract & Title Insurance Co.
DEMOCRACY MEETING HELD
Under the direction of Mr.
Matthew S. Bandler. Miami busi-
ness and civic leader, chairman of
the Committee on arrangements
for the American Democracy Day
mass meeting which was held in
Bayfront Park Wednesday evening
February 21nd, a day of var-'ed
and successful act vities were held.
Mr. Bawdier was appointed as
chairman by Rev. Dick Evans,
executive vice president of the
Florida Congress on Democracy.
Observance of the day was fea-
tured by programs in the morning
at the various schools; at noon at
a huge joint meeting of all service
and civic clubs under the direction
of former Congressman J. Mark
Wilcox; in the afternoon a mass
meeting of the women's groups
under Mrs. A. J. McCaffrey,
followed by a parade and concluded
in the evening with a meeting at
the Park with former Governor
Dave Sholtz in charge.
Re-elect U. S. Senator
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TAMPA, FLORIDA
CH&RLFS 0. ANDREW?
CONCERT TO
BE GIVEN
Cantor Maurice Mamches of the
Beth Jacob Congregation will
present his annual concert Sunday
March 31st. Many prominent
artists w 11 be included in in the
program. Details will be announced
at a later date.
*
The fourth annual Roller D rbv
" undarwav at t-he Colisc""i !'
Palace in Coral Gables on Thurs-
day night when the ton fliiht
skating stars of the country started
the merry grind in one of the most
fascinating forms of snorts
competitions which has been
or urinated in the past decade.
Featured performer in the cur.
'ent D"rbv was Mi Goette. former Miami High student
who has developed into roller
skating counterpart of Sonia
Henie and Bess Frhardt. the
queens of the ice runners.
WORTH REPRINTING
Written In- Hugh Hough in the
Miami Herald
Much was written at the pass-
ing of Dr. Arnold Volne; hut to
me. the best, because of its tender,
ness and true conception, was an
account written for the Miami
Beach Tropics by Dorothy Ann
Levin, a freshman in the Univer.
sity of Miami. May I quote a part
of it?
"A pause in music, when the in-
strument is stilled, is called a rest.
In the symphony which was the
life of Dr. Arnold Volpe. conduc. ,
tor of the University of Miami
. _J
RUTH BROTMAN -
lyric coloratura sorano who will
be featured on the program of the
Beth David Sisterhood Purim Ball
Sunday evening.
sian theme; America came into the
next movement The clos ng
notes of the symphony included
a melody from the Beethoven con-
certo for violin and orchestra,
final number of the last conceit,
given just two weeks ago Af.
ter this concert, on Friday morn-
ing. The 70-year-old conductor
slipped quietly across the bar that.
marks the end of the symphony's
theme, to an eternal rest."
Symphony orchestra, there has
come a final rest. This beautiful
piece of music began with a Rus.
Brotherhood Greetings
MOJJSELY
SERVICE STATION
302 Collins Avenue
"MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Sincere Good Wishes for a
Real Brotherhood
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THE JEWISH EL0RID1AN
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1940
wJewisti fKondlii3im
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(The writer will be glad to an-
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Write to him n care of this paper)
I am devoting this week's col-
umn to a consideration of the
letters sent to me by readers. Sup-
pose then, we start at once with
'he interesting case of young Mr.
W. F.
"Dear Mr. Berman:
"I do not seem to be fitted for
anything. I seem to get one cleri-
cal j b after another. When the
season is dull or over. I am laid
off. I drift around without a job
for some time and then it is an-
other job s;milar to the last one. I
am getting pretty much depressed
w th this state of affairs. I am 23
voars old and its ahmit time I
found mv n ehe. At school I was
food in Science. Mathemati's and
Shop work, but I hated Language
and H'story. I Hkp to be out of
door during my free moments. '
take l'li" walks through the park
and in my mind. 1 think how T
would plan the park so as to gel
the most oul of the grassy
shad (I walks and nlav fe'ds. S?nci
graduation from high school three
vears ago, I never wen- to V -
1 'cli here was no use in this.
Mv friends told me it would !>'
fo Hsh. How .'an 1 stop my drift-
ing? Please heln me. u
Respectfully yours,
W. F."
The Rev, William C. Kernan, of the Newark Episcopal Diocese. Dear W. F.:
made a good point in a New York address last week when he said that In answer to your letter Of last
t'.ie activities of the Christian Front were essentially nothing new week. I beg to advise you that you
have a groat deal to offer in vo-
ration; that there are numerous
possib Tties for you. Even from
the few facts given in your letter
it is clear that your abilities all
lead in one directionengineer-
ing. Your high marks in Science
and Math, a prime requisite for
this work, add to this belief. Your
interest in planning and designing
VOLUME 13No. R
FEBRUARY 28, 1940
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J- BIRON)
Roosevelt and Brotherhood
that they represented only a modern phase of a struggle which has
been in progress since this Republic was born, between those who
would keep this nation united and those w ho would split it.
The Christian Front started out as a movement against the
Jews but 17 of its supporters are now charged with attempting
to overthrow the Government. It is no accident that those who fo-
ment hatred of the Jews ultimately turn out to be enemies of the
American form of government.
This was the thought which President Roosevelt reiterated in his
message for Brotherhood Week, which is being observed this week
throughout the country under the auspices of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews.
"I>et us here resolve," the President said, "that in a time of world
division this nation shall be rededicater to the principles that all men
are brothers; that religious prejudice and group intolerance may not
here destroy that unity in freedom which is tht strength of our na-
tional character."
It has been said before but it is worth stressing againand again
and again until the full significance becomes clear to the mass of
Americansthat good will and brotherhood are not airy words and
idealistic phrases but a concrete factor in the defense of America and
democracy.
Between The Lines
By Lester K. Stein
An open letter to the People of
the Book.
Dear Brother and Sister Jews:
Think of the fire of passion for
justice of Nathan the Prophet,
pointing the accusing finger at
David the King, and you have
Pierre Van Paassen. Days of our
years is his rndictment of our
fumbling and muddling through at
the expense of humaneness and
humanity. In the pages of his
autobiography, there is the saeva
ind gnation of Jonathan Swift, but
minus Swif's mordant sting. There
breathes through Van Paassen's
words, the voice of the Lord, God
of Justice, as proclaimed in the
thunder and the whirlw.nd. And
the accusation: "Thou art the
bolt, striking down the presumpti-
uousness of overween.ng pride of
achievement of polyannas of pro-
gress and prosperity.
Van Paassen's Days of Our
years is one book in a million. It
is moving, spirited and above all,
animated by a profound delicious
conviction of the eventual triumph
of good over evil, the conquest of
darkness by light. For that consci
ence stirring such as only great
literature can do, study Van Paas-
sen's Days of Our Yearsfilled
with h.s deep compassion and love
for mankind, and his staunch be-
lief in Hhe fundamental dignity
of man. An unforgettable emo-
t.onal and spiritual experience.
should be of assistance (n this
work. Other opportunit es would be
:n the architectural work, essay-
ing and metallurgy or surveying.
Y'our fault is that you have re-
mained in one spot, marking time,
waiting for something to happen
to you. rather than studying and
actively try:ng to progress. My
suggestion is that you consider the
fields of work I have mentioned,
study their poss bilities. and then
continue your education to prepare
yourself for something specific.
Yours very truly.
Joseph A. Berman.
ANDREWS FAMILY 100
YEARS IN FLORIDA
ORLANDO Supporters of
United States Senator Charles .0.
Andrews are not concerned about
his determination to remain on
duty at Washington while aspir-
ants for his post increase their ac
tivity throughout the state.
They pont out he not only has
won new friends by his devotion
man!" flashes like the lightening to duty, but that those who have understanding
s'.o id by him though the years are
certain to continue steadfast. Sen-
ator Andrews' record alone, they
nsist. fully justifies their loyalty,'
and they add there are many other
reasons for his numerous lasting
friendships.
Born and reared in West Florida.
the Senator gained part of his ed-
ucation ,n South Florida, in Polk
County. He taught many hundreds
of Floiidians in public schools of
the state while financing his edu-
cation. He served as a member of
the judiciary in Walton County, as
well as in Central Florida, where
he also practiced law. He also
served as a Supreme Court Com-
missioner at Tallahassee.
Member of a pioneer Florida
family, which has paid taxes in
Florida for more than a century.
Senator Andrews not only knows
Florida and thousands of Flor.d-
ians, but he knows their problems.
This, his supporters assert, ac-
counts for his ability to give them
serv.ee.
Yol SHOULD KNOW
Our Washington sleuth informs us that before the Ides of March
rolls around the Capital will be the scene of sensational revelations re-
lating to the Pelley-Dies incident that will blow the roof off
the Dies Committee .... Some one would do well to look
closer into the American Coalition set-up .... Although its con-
stituent soe'etiee include some of the foremost and most re.
petted patriotic organizations there are also some avowedly and pri-
marily anti-Semelic groups in its membership .... The hornets nest
that James Waterman Wise stirred up in Montreal with his speech,
when members of the audenre walked out on him. is additional evidence
that the anti-Semitic groups in the Province of Quebec are looking for
an opportuniy to start a new campaign against the Jews ... The
Frnerh Canadian papers openly said that it wasn't that
they so much resented w ha Wise said but that they were not going
to take that kind of stuff from a non-Canadian, and that coming
from a non-Aryan it was positively outrageous .... We're glad t"
not., that Washington :s at last doing something about the German pilots
who fly South \mcricnn Sradta planes over the Strategical!) es-
sential and extremely vulnerable Panama Canal.........
\NI) IIIIS TOO
I,. .. of the death penalty that threatens Germat
n to foreign short-wave broadcasts the National Broadcasting Com-
pany st 1! gets letti rs anonymous of e "urse, because of the 1
from Germans who manage to catch its programs with ul g
. There's a rumor that an American millionaire whose liii-i-
iess was being hurt by Leslie Hore-Belisha's conduct of Bt
is the pers.....esponS'ble for the War Ministry .shake-up in F.
. Credited to Jackie Elinson is the gag about the new wa
French have found f torturing the starving Nazis by droppi g
11.in- dinner menus into German territory ..... And Winchell claims
that thi' war in Europe boils down to a battle bet
he Ha.es anil the Havo-tmuis .... Actor Karl Stepanek. a refugee
fr ii! a concentration camp, is in England now and hopes eventually to
reach Hollywo d where, incidentally, the film colony s making every
effort to prevent the threatened deportation of Aryan refugee Albert
Basserman, wh > has a chance to get a good screen part if the red
concerning his visa can be untangled .... Important research work
in neuropathology is being carried on in an old storeroom at New
York's Montefiore Hosp tal by Professor Otto Marburg, formerly
of Vienna.
LISTEN TO THIS
Did you know that Ira Hirschmann, sales and advertising director
of Bloomingdale's New York department store, is the organizer of the
New Friends of Music concerts that delight Gothamites on Sunday
nights? .... Among the treasured possessions of song-
stress Lotte l-chniann is a ring that once belonged to Sarah Bemhardt
. It's grand to he a playwright .... Here's Mosb Hart, who re
cently spent a lot of money g<"''! himself psychoanalyzedand now
hopes to get it back with a new play whose heroine is under psycho-
analytical treatment .... Another new play, a musical, has been
readied by Marc Hlitzste'n .... It'll be called "No For An An.sw.-r"
. Louis Schafer. producer of "Pins and Needles." started life as a
newspaperman, having occupied, among other posts, that of labor .Hilor
of the Jew ish Daily Forward .... Not to be outdone bv his daughter-in-
law, who is in the cast of his play "Two On An Island." Elmer Rice
played a couple of walk-on parts in a recent performance ... Erich
Leinsdnrf. Metropolitan Opera conductor, has solved the vexing problem
of how to rut down on taxirnb expenses .... He's planning to give his
car to an unemployed cab dri\er, who would then provide him with free
rides for the rest of time.
POT-POURRI
Most accredited prophet in Hollywood these days is M-G-M's M
Lichtman, who predicted staggering box office grosses for "Gone With
the Wind" at a tinfe when everybody else considered it just an over-
grown wlrte elenhant .... One of the must films of the Immediate
future is "Dr. Ehrlieh's Magic Bullet." an epic of the war against
syphilis .... If Hank Greenberg plays his usual good ball this sum-
mer he can look forward to a nice, juicy movie contract .... Can you
imagine a Western film with the Marx Brothers as cowboys'.' ....
Hollywood thinks one is in the wind, as the Brothers have bought me-
chanical horses, presumably for training purposes Ben March
whose New Jersey Riviera is one of Greater New York's hottest night
spots, not only has a sim lar place in Havana but is now planning U<
convert Manhattan's American Music Hall into a modern night dub.
A BOLT PEOPLE
You've heard a lot about movie mogul Harry Warner's Wrath at the
smallness of the charitable donations of some of Hollywood's big
money-makers------Rut did you know that when he gets a gift that he
considers disproportionately large for th|e giver's means he make-
refund to the donor, paying the diffeerence out of his own pocket.
Not everybody who goes South in the winter spends all his time on
amusements .... New York's Magistrate Jeanette Brill, for example
has been making a sociological study of the Havana slums, which are
among the worst in our hemisphere .... Congratulations to Dr. Albert
Einstein on the marriage of his great-niece. Marie-Louise Gutmaim.
now Mrs. George Elbert-------And to publisher Bennet Cerf. on beta*
named among America's twenty two best-dressed men .... When d'd
David Sarnoff get that Legion of Honor ribbon he sports? .... The
gossips say that nuptials are in the offiny for novelist Robert Nathan
. Also that Jed Harris, who a couple of years ago was Broadway's
wM.te-haired boy. is planning return to the Street of Bright
lights .... Strange though it may seem. Comedian Teddv Hart is a
member of Junior Hadassah. which we had always thought to be a
strictly feminine organization.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
6-'< Mlchlfiftfl Avenue
'Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Michigan Avenue
Phone 5-2013
FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM
"Thy G-ds.'i will bo the subject
.if this Friday night's lecture by
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor
Maur.ce Mamches will lead the
congregational singing. Doors open
at 8:00 P.M. Service starts prompt-
ly at 8:30. Come early to obtain a
seat.
BAR MITZVA
The Bar Mitzva ceremony at
Louis Schenker's induction into
Jewish manhood W11 take place
during the Sabbath morning serv-
ices. The Rabbi will address the
boy after his Bar Mitzva speech.
MELAVBH MAIKEH
A Melaveh Malkeh in honor of
Grand Rabb I. 11. Taub. the "Mad-
zitser Rebbe." will be held Satur
day r.ght at 8:0(1 V. M.
MINNIONAIRES
Our Minnionairea will conduct
ttr ir Sunday morning Minyin at
0:00 A. M. Leonard Merl n will
.1.'liver the Bermonette Mis. Mer-
I'n is contributing this week's
communal breakfast. The Rabbi
will discuss "Th" Siddur Prayers."
All bays. 13 to 18, are invited. The
Minnionairea nteet each Wclr.cs
day at 7:30 P. M.
BEACH MIZRACHI u
The Mizrachi Women's Organ!-
zat on of Miami Beach will conduct
a Bridge Party at the Tides Hotel
March fith- Wednesday afternoon
at 1:00 P. M. Tickets on sale from
off ces or at the synagogue.
ELEVENTH ANNUAL
PURIM BALL
Tickets to our Purim Ball are
already on sale. A splendid floor
show is being engaged for the
night. The ball will be held March
24th, Sunday night, at the Flor-
id an Hotel at 9:30 P. M.
CANTOR'S CONCERT
Cantor Maurice Manches will
present his annual concert starring
himself ajid a number of musical
celebrities on Sunday night, March
31st.
HABANOTH
Habanoth meet each Thursday
evening at V:0O P. M. at the syna-
gogue The Habanoth Pur'm enter
ta nment will lie held this year
Sunday evening, March 17th.
WELCOME
We welcome Rabbi Dr. I a/.ar
SchoJlfield. father in-law of OUT
Rabb:. into our community, wsh-
ing him a pleasant and healthful
-ay.
Rrol lii'i'lioiul (ri'petinpts
Weirs Cleaners
14(M) Franklin
TAMPA. FLORIDA
AFFILIATED ORGANIZATIONS
A. Z. A. meets Sunday evenings
at 7:30 P. M. Boy Scouts meet
Tuesday night at 8:00 P. M. Jr.
Pioneer Women and Young Judeans ,
meet Thursday nights at 8:00 P.M.
I'i neer Women meet every other;
Wcdnsday night. Council of Jwish
Juniors meet every other Tuesday
night at 8:00 P. M. Courses in
adult English are given by the
C iuncil of Jewish Women every
Monday and Wednesday from 8 to
9:30 P. M. MiaM Beach Mizrachi
meets the first Saturday night of
each Jewish monthMarch 9th
will be their next meeting and
Melaveh Malkeh. Our Sisterhood
meets the fist Monday night of
each month.
CONGRATULATIONS
We congratulate Mr. Milton
Manuel Malter and M.ss Mollie
Sc haves on their impending mar-
riage. The wedding ceremony will
take place at the Beth Jacob
Synagogue at 1 P. M Sunday.
PROMINENT RABBI
VISITS MIAMI BEACH
Rabbi Ix'on J. Risikoff, spiritual
leader of the Congregation "Aitz
Chaim" in Brooklyn, Chaplain of
the SanitaC on Department of the
City of New York, and the execu-
tive vice chairman of the Jewish
Minsters of America, with his
wife, are spending their vacation
at the President Hotel, in Miami
Beach-
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi
Abraham A. Kellner and Cantor
Maurice Mamches will officiate.
Brotherhood Greetings;
CHECKER TRANSFER
SERVICE
Local and Long Distance
1109 Florida Ave.
TAMPA. FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
PLATT ST. FLORAL SHOP
Jus w. Plati St.
TAMPA. FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
L. C. PORTER AUTO
PAINTING and BODY
WORKS
M>.r> 7th Ave.
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
CLARKS AUTO PARTS
13th St. and 3rd Ave.
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
MERCURY PRINTING CO.
!U4'^ Franklin
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
SUNSHINE SERVICE
STATION
3301 Bay to Bay Blvd.
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
Epply's Garage
116 Packwood Ave.
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
YEATS GARAGE and
WRECKAGE SERVICE
412 Howard Ave.
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
W..S. Sparkman
Tax Assessor
('ourthonse
TAMPA. FLORIDA
PAGE FIVH
i I I
Rabbi Risikoff accepted the in-
vitation extended to him by Rabbi
Manuel Greenstein to address his
Congregation at West Palm
Beach, Fla.
Rabbi Risikoff is a prominent
figure in the American Jewish
Rabbinate, a famed orator and He-
brew scholar, and known in social
and political circles.
Brotherhood Greetings
NELSON SERVICE STATION
43rd and Lake Ave.
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
CHARLES BAUGHMAN
BRAKE SERVICE
206 Florida
TAMPA. FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
. J. W. YOUNG and CO.
BOX MANUFACTURERS
241.") X. Albany
TAMPA. FLORIDA
Bn.therlKM.il Greetings
Tampa Baking Co
4301 Florida Ave.
TAMPA, FLORIDA
I
Brotherhood Greetings
EAST SIDE SHEET
METAL WORKS
All Kinds of Sheet Metal Work
Barrett Approved Roofers
1309 22nd St.
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
JACK SHEPPARD
STORAGE GARAGE
1407 S. Howard Ave.
TAMPA. FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
MIRABELLA FISH MARKET
Wholesale
Foot Platt St. Bridge
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
BAIN MOTOR SERVICE
401 Jackson
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
TAMPA SHEET METAL
WORKS, INC.
1102 Grand Central
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
ZACK ST. AUTO SERVICE
113 Zack Street
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
PAPER SERVICE CORP.
122 X.12th
TAMPA. FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
POLAR ICE and COLD
STORAGE CO.
939 5th Street
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
GEORGE E. WILLIAMS
GARAGE
3712 Florida Ave.
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
Selz Brokerage Co.
103^ Zack
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
Tampa Theatre
711 Franklin
TAMPA. FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
Wm. W. Jones Co.
906 Whiting St.
TAMPA. FLORIDA
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T*zt Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, |9<0
B'NAI B'RITH
urn
NOTES
by Harold Turk.
Council News
It will be the policy of this col-
umn to have members of the R'nai
B'rith. who are Chairman of Com-
mittees or particularly active in
some branch of B'nai B'rith activi-
ties, to write and inform the mem-
bership through this medium about
such activities.
To each and every new member
of the Monsky Class who were ini-
tialed at our recent initiation and
ritual Sholcni Lod^e bids yon wel-
come- It is with extreme pleasure
that we accept you into our ranks.
You have helped to increase and
swell the size of our organization-
Xow that you are one of us become
active and help to increase our ac-
tivities and aid in carrying on OUI
present activities' We who have
been a part of li'nai R'rith fur
sometime and have worked for it
feel certain that you will enjoy be-
ing part of our splendid organiza-
tion. You can bcyin workiti-r im-
mediately by bringing in at leas)
one of your own friends as *a new
member. Sholem Lod^e is ever
anxious to increase the membership
of its lodge because it realizes that
in numbers there is strength.
Americans All, we are fighting hard
to keep oar land free from all dif-
ferences and retain our democracy, as
as well as our rights of citizenry.
American Jews at all times have
forged forward in aiding their breth-
ren across the seas at thll time more
than ever before, American Jewry
has seen the need for opening their
hearts and pursrs to help sustain the.-e
poor unfortunate people 'over there."
Miami Section, at- well a* all Conn-
Junior Had ass ah
By Elsie Kronenfeld
il Sections throughout the United
States have answered the call to this
need, in their many services of S. r-
vice to Foreign Horn. The Children's
Aid Fund whirh provides subsidise*
lion to Refugee Children brought to
this country between the ages of 10 to
15, for their education and vocation-
al guidance. This project is under tin-
sole supervision of the National < Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, having been
invested with that power by the
United States Government in lu3t.
I believe that a special vote of
thanks is due to those nun of
Sholem Lodge and the women of
the Ladies Auxiliary who so effi-
ciently and impressively handled
the meeting at which the last in-
stallation and rituals took place at
Temple Israel and also all of the
other activities throughout the
week in honor of Henry Monsky
and the other members of the ex-
ecutive council that were present in
our City. All of which is further
proof that Sholem Lodge is destin-
ed to become one of the outstand-
ing lodges of B'nai B'rith in the
.country- Let us continue to ex-
pand our efforts in trying to make
ill of Sholem Lodge's affairs anl
activities outstanding. .
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Our next regular meeting will be
held on Tuesday night. February
27. at 8 P.M., at the Evans Hotel
on Miami Beach. We expect to see
you all there.
The Children's Aid luncheon of
Miami Section i* being held on Tues-
day, February 27th at 1:00 P. M. at
the Fvans Hotel Ballroom. Menilicis
of Miami Section are urged to make
their pledges of $6.00 each before
Tuesday and report to Mrs. Irving
Kobley, chairman. Non-members are
eligible to attend at $2.00 per person.
We call on all Miami women and
their friends to make your reserva-
tions for this luncheon and help ug in
earning us much money a- ifl possible
to continue our work in this projest.
Brotherhood Greetings
MESSENGER & PACKAGE
DELIVERY SERVICE
217 3rd St. S.
St. Petersburg, Fla.
We extend our sincere
Brotherhood Greetings
JOHNSTONS BROS.
FUEL 00.
214.1 Fifth Ave. 9.
St. Petersburg, Fla.
Mrs. Irving Kobley, chairman, and
her following committee: Mrs. Elry
Stone. Mrs. Moses Krieger, Hen Frack-
man, Dora Goldberg, Gertrude Laehs,
Leo Upper, William Shayne, Samuel
Rosenbloom, Mrs. Friedkin. Mai
Dreyer, Morris Alpert. Abe Rubin.
Monte Selig, have arranged a delicious
luncheon and a floor show (hat will
be most entertaining. Leading night
club stars will attend. Due to con-
tracts that these stars have, we are
not permitted to mention their na.....s.
but, we do promise a beautiful head-
line show.
Mrs. Benjamin I.cYinc, president,
and the entire Board of Directors, are
asking the entire Miami Community
of American Jewish women, to help
us in this project of raising as much
money as we ran for these poor un-
fortunate children in helping us to
bring them to this country, so that
they, loo, can enjoy the rights of liv-
ing and bringing up as our own chil-
dren do. Will you all help?
At the moment our thoughts turn
to last week's issue of the "Flori-
dian" the Brotherhood issue. \\ C
like the thoughts that go into the
making of Brotherhood Week. We
agree fully with its founderstier
ideals are worthy. We need these
level and intelligent thoughts in to-
day's whirlpool of unrest. lint
thoughts and words alone will n >t
be and never have been salvation.
The actions of a few are not enougb
today. We must remember the re-
lationship lli.U exists between :i ma-
jority anil a minority. To a major-
ity one member of a minority is
representative of the entire group.
The negligence or thoughtlessness
of any member of the smaller group
leads to the condemnation of I In-
entire group. By one misplaced ac-
tion or word We may cause iron
harm than a thousand good deedi
'r words can correct- Therefore let
ii- lie careful! Let us look about
at our security and seek to preserve
it. Let us who have so much ti
gain lead the way to brotherli.....I
not so much by speeches and meet-
ings but more by our individual and
collective action-. Let us -eek out
our neighbors and g*ve them a
chance to know US. Let us make
friends by being friends!
It is with tin- thought in mind
ili.it uc of Hadassah are trying t>
do our part in the work of brother
'.....I. We pledge ourselves to in
good citizens and good neighbors anil
bj our actions to continue to merit
the respect of our fellow Americans.
"due nation indivisible! with liberty
.uid jii-tie for all-"
The regular meetino of Hadassah
will be held this coming Mondav
evening at Beth David Talmud
Torah. You are cordially invited t-
attend. Highlights of the meeting
will be a quiz contest on Hadassal
subjects.
Additional
Y. M. H. A. NOTES
"ARYANIZATION OF LODZ
MUST BE COMPLETED,
You folks missed one swell bas- AMSTERDAM _
ketball game last Wednesday at; < mxoj i\ai,s
Homestead. About 14 of the Mi-: "thor.t.ea have accelerated the
amians made the trip to Home- mass deport** of the 200-01)0
i l Jews from Looz. second 1-n- r. .
stead in two cars, one driven by 7 la"Kest
., r, i .v. .v,.. k,. e'ty ln oland, and have taknn
AI Reisman and the other by ... lanen
u.fc i. ., measures designed to reduce- lha.
Davis I-ackawitz. Although Man- w nauce the
. <. entire population of the citv t o
ager Low Satan brought along fi F F tne Cll> a
. rendition of industrial servitude in
players the game ended up with
the "Y" having but 2 men play-
preparation for March I. the date
ing in the closing minutes of the ^ ^^
game due to personal fouls. It ^^ ^
was amusing watch ng the \ 9m......., ,
lineup shrink every few minutes
with Milt Weintraub first to go,
then Davis Lackawits, then H.
Kaut. and finally Jack Rosen. This
left but Phil Weintraub and Ken-
ny Kasselman to match their wits
set by Chancellor Hitler for the
of IxmIz, it was
Formerly the renter of a flour.
ishing textile industry and an m.
porant purchaser of American cot-
ton, Lodz will be dominated com.
pletely by its small German minor.
ity, descendants of Saxon and Si-
lesian weavers who settled ther
against Rusty s five Mr. and he mWd,e of tm? ,ast centnry
Mrs. Sam Spector, she the former | (Continued on Page Seven)
president of the Y. W. H. A., and___________________________________
Sam an ardent "Y" member, enter-1 ^^^^^^"^^^^^^^^.
tained the team and other guests
in their lovely residence in Home
stead. By the way. eongrajs to
Sam on his birthdaysweets? AI!
in all everyone had a lot of fun
and we can only suggest that if
the oceason arises again soot
that you folks manage to make the
trip and take in the iestivities.
Confueious Say: Two Good "Y"
Cagers better than Five Rusty
Players.
Brotheihood Greetings
We extend our sincere
Brotherhood Greetings
RUFF FLORISTS
8158 4th St. X.
st. Petersburg, Fla.
ATLAS WINDOW
CLEANING CO.
645 Central Ave... Ph. 8-3958
Jos. I-. Dufault, Mgr.
St. Petersburg, Fla.
Sincere Brotherhood
Greetings
SEARS SUPER SERVICE
STATION
300 4th st. So.
st. Petersburg, Fla.
Brotherhood Greetings
Russell Tile Co.
Tile Contractors
109 6th St. So.
St. Petersburg, Fla.
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BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
ACE SIGNS, INC.
1024 Fifth, Avenue, No.
0. D. "Jerry" .lette. General Manager
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
f
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
Boyett Roofing & Sheet Metal Works
1045 4lli Street, So.
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
STEWART WARNER
Sales and Service
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
RHODES FUNERAL HOME
John S. Rhodes. Inc.
Ambulance
35 Fourth Street, No. Phone 5155
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
An extra radio gives more enjoyment in living
EWIN RADIO CO.
411 Ninth Street, So. Phone 8423
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
CROSSTOWN PAINT & TOP SHOP
925 10th St., No.
St. Petersburg, Fla.
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
Carburetor Service & Equipment Co
426 9th St. No.
St. Petersburg, Fla.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN
Page Seven
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
154o S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELI.NER, Rabbi
RABBI'b 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.
Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset.
ANNUAL PL'RIM BALL
Great interest ii being ihown l> our
orthodox roiiimiinity in I he Ninth In-
filial I'uritii Hall In lir lirlil nil Ki-li-
riiary 27th, Tuesday evening, at the
Miami Women's Club, 1734 North
Bayrhore Drive. Encouraged bj the
acrlainted social ami financial sue*
resset of tli' past affair-, the commit-
tec i- confident that the most optimis-
tic expectations ^ill b*' exceeded.
A- in tin' past, the finest guarantee
fur a pleasant evening will I"- the ex-
cellent orchestra ami fine talent ob-
tained fr this event
Special Hall Committees netting
Tin- final committee meeting of the
varioui Hall Committee! ill meet
with Mrs. I. Krirk, general chairman
of tin- Ninth Vnnual Purlin Ball. Sun
da) morning, Februar) 2">tli at 10
o'clock, in tin- Synagogue Vestrj
Rooms. Committee women "ill kind-
1> In- prompt a- there i- much to ilis-
rii--..
The committee personnel includes:
Mr-. I. Krirk. genral chairman; Mr-.
Orlanaky, ticket rhairman; Mrs. I.
Rosengarten, ro-chairman; Mrs. Louie
Kotkin, publicity chairman; Mr-.
Abraham A. Kellner, Queen Esther
contest chairman; Mrs. I-- Axelroad,
refreshmenit chairman; Mr-. L. Kuw-
ait, telephone chairman; Mrs. L. Le\-
ilt, hoste&s chairman: Mr-. I.. Schul-
man, Mrs. Victor Mill, co-chairmen;
Mrs. N. Levitt, i In in in. in of Queen
Either voting: Mrs. Samuel Geltner,
hospitality chairman: Mrs. Win. (llein
and Mrs. George Chertkoff, arrange-
ments chairmen.
Anyone interested in serving on
any of the various committee- will
kindly contact any of the above named
chairmen, who will he ver) glad for
your cooperation.
V MESSAGE TO FRIENDS
OF THE CONGREGATION
It is mil often that we appeal ill
thi- manner to the friends of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
Inn the necetsit) of a new building
io house our verj active congregation
i increasing!) evident, and the Ladies
\u\iliar> feels that this i- one time
in which not only the moral support
given to our effort-, which i* so
warml) displayed throughout the year,
and for which we are grateful, may lie
shown, lull al-o the vitally important
financial assistance is needed.
Let ii- all be together on February
27th ami thus give heartening evi-
dence of your good faith in the labors
of our congregation and it- auxiliary.
QUEEN ESTHER CONTEST
Tin- choosing of the prettiest con-
testant ut the Hall will lie the high-
light of the Ball. She will he Queen
Esther for the evening and will he
crowned as Queen by the Grand Mon-
arch of the Ball.
The following organizations are par-
ticipating and will scud their candi-
dates: Junior lladas-ah. Council of
Jewish Juniors. H'nai B*rith Auxil-
iary, Jewish Welfare Hureau Auxil-
iary, Pioneer Women, Y. W. H. A.,
Senior Hadassah, Beth David Sister-
hood and Beth Jacob Sisterhood.
HABONOTH PARTICIPATION
The Senior Croup of the llulpon
olh, the Debs, will assist Mrs. Carol
Leavitt in the voting, to choo-e the
Queen of the Evening.
Under the pretext of searching
for arms and radio sets, homes of
Poles and Jews are raided and
looted by uniformed Nazis and
Get lapo agents. The magnificent
synagogue in the center of Uie
town has been burned down. In the
long lines for food Jews and Poles
must give priority to Germans.
It was reliably reported here
that Jews were threatened with
death if they tried to trade
text.les or if they did not have the
designated yellow spots on their
coat sleeves. Trustees have been
(Continued from Page Six
Jews are being evicted from their
Ihomes on a few hours notice to
provide space for German emi-
grants from the Baltic countries,
Tyrol and the Rhineland. The city's
main Piotrkowska Street has been
renamed Adolfhitler strasse by the
local Nazi arthorities.
ADDED PLEASURE
Mr. M. Member of the Eloridian
Hotel has been kind enough to prom-
ise the whole Floridian Hotel Floor
Show to appear at the Ball. \\ e take
ihi- mean- of thanking him for this
courtesy.
*3n.Sfe&ticLa.
RIDE THE
FLORIDA
SUNBEAM
COMPLETELY
AIR-CONDITIONED
JACKSb'riVTLLE'S
LEADING HOTEL
CM^^T *** baW l>
Tiiuull *"art *' SUMMtK jockwnrHto. Ewry
COMFORT .... ww. tub -d
feawtr. toll matm.
radW. mat T.h.Uob blind*, t'ty Wd
wllh lnn.r.pilng mattKM and na*mm
tamp. Bumamflcw(rtar*svrTOoof.
roruLAiriiccD
COCKTAIL LOUNGE end
COFFEE SHOP
GREETINGS
SNYDER RIDING ACADEMY
5900 5th Ave. N. Ph. 4-2743
St. Petersburg, Fla.
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 De-
troit. Through coach to Detroit.
Direct route from Florida via
Hampton.
Travel in comfort and safety
at low costin coaches and
Pullman cars. Lounge car,
dining car.
Comult T. W. luck.lt, A. G. t. A.
173 E. FlagUrSt..Miami, Phon.3-8392
SEABOARD RAILWAY
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
Baldwin's Cut Rate Window Shade
& Awning Factory
1024 Fifth Avenue, N.
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
GREETINGS
COOPER RADIO CO.
04S 2nd Avi\ So.
St. Petersburg, Fla.
appointed in all Jewish enterprises
and Jews were compelled to turn
over all their cash in excesss of
2,000 zlotys to banks.
Brotherhood Greetings
JACK H. CONOVER and CO.
1662 Central Avo.
St. Petersburg, Fla.
Brotherhood Greetings
J. H. SAVERY, INC.
Plumbing Heating
905 Burlington Ave. No.
Phone 5980
Albert Kimbrey, Pres.
St. Petersburg, Fla.
GREETINGS
FRED S. JOHNSON
Painter and Paperhanger
1002 26th St. \. Ph. 8-:5'J3:l
St. Petersburg, Fla.
We extend sincere wishes for a
real Brotherhood
COCA COLA BOTTLING CO.
1701 Central Ave.
St. Petersburg, Fla.
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
E. J. FOSTER
PAINTER
Member of. the Painting and Decorating
Contractors of America.
RetJliiilu'f your property is protected by Accident
and Casualty Insurance
712 3rd Ave S. Phone 5-4232
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
ACE TRANSFER CO.
Local and State Moving
842 First Ave. X.
1). P. William, Pres.
St. Petersburg, Fla.

Sincere Brotherhood Greetings
SMITH SERVICE CO.
HAULING
2201 3rd Ave. So. Ph. 4397
St. Petersburg. Fla.
Be CharmingBe Bright
Drink MILK, Feel Right
Aik Tour Oroctt
for
PURE... JERSEY MILK DAIRY
We extend sincere wishes for a
real Brotherhood
CAROLINA DAHtY
Pinellas Park
St. Petersburg, Fla.
25c
2 to 6:30
PLAZA
THEATRE
S. END WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-5337
EVE.
35c
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SABBATH MORNING SERVICES
Saturday = :M- :". A V. tie Ser=or.e:-.e os
il ;.;-.:- Exrcus Chi?.
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r-i-v: 7.1: rr. :=f r= -i-..:r.
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IN MEMORIAM
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At r tail F
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tag vO be hallowed:
I L. Roaaadorf bBshaad f Mra.
E.x-.r.-r P.
Barry Barp hashaad I Mrs,
Ha;*: Bars
?-.:if Aagostine father of Dr.
Mai Aagaatias
YAHRZEITS: Joel sCaperherg,
: Mi V Iehell K. v^rber*:
Etta BOH Dav < BWthet cf Mr.
Least Davis; Mr. Gordon Davit
x-.i Mr. JaCSC Dm
Ai^:- Bsaaaaaaaa, asothar Mn
A. Wer-.he.rr.er; Kataaa Bwww,
:"*-.--:r < Mr. Jadt Beraataia; B*r
r^ri Laakr, father of Mr. Nat
Harth ?-:':' husband cf
Kb, P.: Raff: Eva Eurtr.ar. Lc-
bow.
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p rU of the er.tire Conmoi
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Mar.-. 16 when the total -'.ai
reached Si! 1.2^ SahaaqwH re-
port rr.**t r.e? were held March 19
and 27. and April arc 23. wt -
producec -r:.-= totaling
h:.-':'- I r a total of S3 119.
and expre*-- I'
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THS JEWISH FLORIDIAM
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1910
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES .
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, president
of the Y. W. H. A., announces that
her group will hold a general
meeting on Wednesday, February
28th. 8:30 P. M. The meeting w.ll
be followed by a musical program
by children performers. Everyone
is cordially invited.
turn out en masse to hear this ad- j
dress. The date is March 1st.
Everyone is invited.
Former Governor Dave Sholtz encee of Christiana and Jews and
will be the principal speaker Sun- i serves to re-enforce the basic
day evening, February 25, at 8:30 I American ideal of liberty of consci-
o'clock when the Y. M. H. A. will ence and to create a better under-
observe BrotherhoodWeek at its standin(, bcwteen Christians aad
clubrooms. Mr. Maurice Gross- T ,,. ,
,. Jews. This program is free to the
man, our executive director, has
arranged an excellent program as- public' R0 P,eaM conw ealIv and
ssted by Dr. Samuel Beckman, i be assured of a comfoitable seat.
chairman of the Cultural Commit- ---------
tee. At a special election meeting
In addition to former Governor h(,|(1 ,agt Wc Sholtz. who is Past Grand Exalted
Ruler of the Benevolent and Pro-
tective Order of Elks, we shall
have representatives of the Pro-
testant. Catholic and Jewish
Faiths, each of whqm w 11 speak
bnefly on "America, What Have
We Contributed to Its Character?"
Francis P. Locke, associate edi-
tor of the Miami Daily News, and
Protestant chairman of Round
Table Conference of Christians and
Jews, will speak in behalf of the
Protestant Faith; the Hon. David
J. Heffernan, Judge of the Civil
Court of Record, w,ll speak in be-
half of the Catholic Faith; and Mr.
Stanley C. Myers, president of
the Greater Miami Federation of
Jewish Welfare Funds, will speak
in behalf of the Jevnish Faith.
Herman Waitsman, Scout Mast-
er of the Y. M. H. A. Boy Scout
Troop No- 6 will lead his group in
several Boy Scout Exhibitions.
Miss Josephine Raxin will render
piano selections.
Brotherhood Week is sponsored
annually by the National Confer-
e
Brotherhood (ireetings
J. M. Burnett
Tax Collector
Courthouse ^
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
HENRY I LOOK and
KIT SHOP
116 B. Lafayette
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
CBKTBAL OIL CO., INC
616 Twiggs St.
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Dealers in Fuel 0:1, Home Heaters
Oil Burners, Hot Water Heaters
and Warm Air Furnaces
D rectors elected Dr. Samuel Beck-
man as vice president replacing
Alvin Grossman who resigned and
elected I,ou Safan, secretary, re-
placing Leon Lieberman who re-
signed. Harry Schwartz was ap-
pointed House Chairman.
Our Executive Director. Maurice
Grossman, whose services have
been in demand throughout this
section, has been invited to be the
principal speaker at a gathering
to be held at the Little River Com
munity Hall at 7!)th St. and N. F..
2nd Ave. His topic will be Ameri-
can Youth. It will be a m ghty nice
gesture if all of you nice folks will
Through the efforts of Mr.
Grossman, our Executive Director,]
a special croup of men and wo- j
men from 18 years and up have
been organized for Cultural pur-
poses headed by Ted Simon. Meet-
ngs are held every Thursday eve-
ning at 8:30 P. M. at the "Y"
Clubrooms. All interested are wel-
come to attend.
H. A., is sponsor of this group and
promises everyone an enjoyable
evening. Admission is 10e stag
or drag. Get up a little crowd and
help make this affair a success.
At this writ ng the "Y" Basket-
ball team is resting uncomfort-
ably in 2nd place having won five
games and lost three three of
'Continued on Page Ten)
Greet IllgS
E. G. HAUER
Repair Specialty
Septic Tank Specialist
4218 Riverside Dr. Phone 1815
TAMPA, FLORIDA
.On Saturday evening. March 2.
at 8:30 P. M.. the "Y"-ettes. a
young gmup of girls between the
ages of 13 and 16 years will hold
a Leap Year dance at the "Y"
clubrooms, Mrs. Albert Reisman,
r coning secretary of the V. W.
Sincere Brotherhood Greetings
I J. W. Wilson
Bled ricnl Inspector
City Midi
TAMPA. FLORIDA
Sincere Brotherhood Greetings
M. L. CURRY and SON
108 E. Park
TAMPA. FLORIDA
Sincere Brotherhood Greetings
Jesse E. Harpe
LOCKSMITH
"Diehold Safes and Locks"
913 Tampa Ave.
TAMPA. FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
HAV A TAMPA CIGAR CO.
2007 21st Street
Tampa, Florida
We Are Happy to Extend Greetings to
Our Manv Jewish Friends
TURNER MARBLE and GRANITE CO.
2601 E. Broadway Ave.
T.AMPA, FLA.
"Best Values in Memorial Work"
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BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
HAMILTON GOWER
411.1 E Buffalo Avenue
TAMPA. FLORIDA
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
COSTA BROOM WORKS
3606 4th Avenue
TAMPA. FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
WOLF BROS.
Franklin and Zaek
TAMPA, FLORIDA
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STEWARD and MELLON
MARBLE and TILE CO.
310 S. Morgan
TAMPA, FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
SARATOGA BAR
1302 Franklin
TAMPA, FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TAMPA COAL CO.
545 Water
TAMPA, FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
PEOPLES OIL CO.
N. Rome and Union
TAMPA, FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
YOUNG'S DEPENDABLE
FLOOR COVERING SERVICE
2315 Florida Avenue
TAMPA. FLORIDA
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
MAAS BROS. DEPT. STORE
614 Franklin
TAMPA, FLORIDA
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BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
GEORGE H. BELL
ELECTRICAL REPAIRS
112 S Newport Avenue
TAMPA, FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
GUARANTY TITLE CO.
407 Twiggs Street
TAMPA, FLORIDA
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2S, 1940
JIWIU TIMIDIAX
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-14T3
Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR
Daily service? at 7 a. m- and
Friday evening-8:15.
Sabbath rvicea, Saturday B:80
a. m.
Late Friday evening services.
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior service*, Saturday 10:30
a. ir.
Hebrew School. 3:15 to C:15 p.
m.
Sunday School Sunday 10:00 a.
in.
Bar-.Mitzvah Group, Sunday
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
I,ATE FRIDAY
EVENING SERVICES
Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct
the services this Friday evening
at 8:15. Cantor Louis Hayman, ac- ,
companied by the Beth Dav.d
Choir Will chant the prayers
In view of the National Celebra-
tion of "Brotherhood Observance"
the Rabbi will speak on the sub-
ject, "Brotherhood Ddeam or'
Reality?" The "Oneg Shabbos" so-
c al hour will take place in the ,
auditorium immediately after the
xerrices.
RELIGIOUS AND
CULTURAL INSTITUTION
Junior Congregation: Harold
Shapiro. Albert Eskanazi and Her
bert Glazeroff are in charge of the ;
Junior services Saturday morn-
in* at 10:30. These services are
open to adults as well as juniors.
We wish to advise parents to take
cognizant of their duties to bring
children to these services Saturday
morning A "Kiddush" is given in
the auditorium immed ately after
the Benediction under the chair-
manship of Mrs. I- J. Hartz.
Bar Mit/%ah Group: An urgent ap-
peal is made to parents who have
aons of 12 and over to see that
Brotherhood Greetings
R. P. KOCHER
PLUMBER
215 8. HoHrard Ave.
TAMPA, FLORIDA
their ch ldr n attend the Bar-
Mitxvah group which meets every
Sunday morning from 9 to 10 un-l
der the direction of Lodis Gailon.
The boys are taught the melodies
for the different "Portions of
Law."
Talmud-Torah: An invtation is ex-
tended to the members and friends
of the Beth David Congregation to
come and w tness the classes <>f
our da'ly Hl"vw School where
elementary Hebrew "Chumosh"
will Rashi Niv em n liglon, Yid-
dish and other subjects pertaining
to Hebraic culture are taught.
Sund-n School: Sunday School as-
sembly this coming Sunday morn-
ire- w 11 be dedicated to the ob-
servance of "Brotherh od and De-
votion." It is with great satisfac-
t'on that we note the regular at-
tendance of over 226 children. I'ar-
ents and friends are invited t">
visit our Sunday School at any
time. ;
APPRECIATION
Th Rabbi expresses his personal
appreciation to Rabbi C. A. Zwit-
man for occupying the pulpit last
Friday evening, and to Rabbi A.
Kellner who occupied the pulpit
some t me ago during his absense
This spirt of co-operation is high-
ly gratifying and the services
conducted were greatly satisfac-
tory.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct
the Radio program over Station
WIOD this Sunday afternoon from
3 to 3:30 P. M. Cantor Louis Hay-
man accompanied at the piano by
Mrs. Essie Schaeffer will be in
charge of the musical program.
An additional feature of this pro-
gram w.ll be a rendition by Miss
Ruth Brotman. noted lyric colora-
tura soprano. Rabbi Shapiro will
discuss the subject "Our Eternal
Heritage."
SISTERHOOD
We definitely urge all members
and friends to participate in the
the calendar, the 24th Annual Pre-
Sisterhood's outstanding event on
Purim Ball, which w-11 take place
at the Fleetwood Hangar. Fleet-
wood Hotel. 800 West Ave.. Miami
Beach, this coming Sunday eve-
ine at 9 P. M. The well known
Fleetwood Hotel orchestra will he
in charge of the music
Rernotnber! This is practically
the only onn ftunitv you have of
showing publicly the Interest in
our ma-v ac**vitis; for the re-
sults of this affair constitute the
"osHbility of continuing our work.
Please make an effort to bring as
many frends with you as possible.
Unusual entertainment provid-
ed by the array of stars in our
midst will comnrise the program.
Miss Ruth Brotman. lyric colora-
tura soprano, will be heard in a
recital of Hebrew Jewish songs
and arias, accompanied at the pi-
ano by Frances Druckerman.
Miss Bi'tmall. who is a laurete
of the Quebec College of Mus ciai s
has i.....n heard in the radio since
1925 over various stat ons through-
out the I'nited States and Canada.
Also on the program will be
seven women from the Elderly W -
men's Co-operative league who
uniquely perform in Mozlot's min-
uette.
In charge of the various com-
Brotherhood Greeting!
Central Printers
110 2nd St. So.
st. Petersburg, Pla.
Brotherhood Gratings
J. W. PEARSON
TERMITE TREATMENT
500 s. Packwood Ave.
TAMPA. FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
Oscar's Transfer
rtOl 1st Ave. So.
St. Petersburg; Pla.
Brotherhood Greetings
TOGARTY BROS.
406 Hampton
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
MELVINS BATTERY and
ELECTRIC CO.
330 9th st so.
st. Petersburg, Fla.
mittees are: reception committee-
Mrs. Joseph Fine, chairman, as-
sisted by Mesdames Max Shapiro,
Leo Ackerman, Murray Cohen,
George Goldberg. Sid Palmer, Sam
Weissel. Mendel Scheinberg, Sol
Schwartz. Harry Oliphant. Sol
Rotfort. Isador I^angner, Ch. Ab-
bott and J. M. Kopelowitz.
States" representative. Mrs. Sam
Khrl ch.
Action's committee: Mesdames
Ben Kandel. Louis Gordon. Isador
I-angner. Ch. Peretzman, J. M.!
Kopelowitz. Harry Markowitz. Sam
Seitlin. I.ou s Margulies. Mary
Fine and Mr. J. If. Kopelowitz,
Louis Margulies and Michael Arn-
old.
Remember the date: th's Sun-
day evening. February 2.Tth. Kleet-
wood Hotel, Miami Beach.
Y.M.H.A. Notes
(Continued from Page Nine)
their star player-. Al Greene.
Mush Greene and Art Baida have
been laid up which accounts for
the defeats received by the "Y" n
their last two sarts, We hope to
see the boys back in the game very
Boon Odd. Mr. and Mrs Abe
Grossman of Elizabeth. N". J are
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visiting with their brother and
sister. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Grossman. Mrs. A. Grossman and
Mrs. M. Grossman are sisters and
Abe and Maurice are brothers, If
you get what I mean! and 1 do
mean you! ... We are happy u>
see our Executive Directors secre-
tary, Miss Margie Roberts, back
on the job after an illness, study-
ing up on those Confucius jokes
. Congrats to our president, Al
Pallot. for his splendid efforts in
procuring Sam Blank as a Life
Member of the Y. M. H. A. .
p. s. Don't forget to attend !,,.
"Y" Brotherhood Week Rally cel-
ebration this Sunday at the "Y"
Clubrooms.
Brotherhood Greetings
Bates Lumber Co.
9202 Nebraska Ave.
TAMPA, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
MONUMENT SERVICE
STATION
Howard and Grand Central Av.
TAMPA. FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
E. H. MITCHELL ROOFING
and PAINTING 00.
3918 Florida Are.
TAMPA, FLORIDA
I .....?
Brotherhood Greetings
O and M SERVICE STATION
501 Florida Ave.
TAMPA, FLOBD3A
Brotherhood Greet
WELCH AUTO BODY
WORKS
809 3rd st. So.
St. Petersburg, Fla.
Brotherhood < Ireetings
HUDSON AUTO BODY CO.
408 Wtli St. s...
St. Petersburg. Pla.
Brotherhood Greetings
JOES AUTO BODY and
PAINT SHOP
800 3rd Ave. So.
St. Petersburg. Fla.
Brotherhood Greeting!
J. W. CA RGELL
PLI'MBING
Brotherhood Greetings
DONEGANS CERTIFIED
DAIRY
205 7th Ave. X.
st. Petersburg, Fla.
Sincere Brotherhood
Greetings
SUN CAB CO.
108 4th St. So.
St. Petersburg, Fla.
Brotherhood Greetings
ECONOMY MACHINE
SHOP
1408 5th Ave. N. St. Petersburg. Fla. 1930 1st Ave., So. St. Petersburg. Fla.
Brotherhood Greetings Brotherhood Greetings
TRIMBLE'S CONSOLIDATED
Growers and Importers MONUMENT WORKS
dt' <';c!...|-- 15 56th Street, So.
1048 4th St. N. St. Petersburg. Fla.
St r tersburg. Fla.
Brotherhood Greetings
Martin's Garage
2710 4th St. No. Ph. 6183
St. Petersburg, Fla.
Brotherhood Greetings
C. ZTNN and HANSON
HOUSE MOVERS
Foundations, Steps. Walks
Chimneys and Plastering
3535 3rd Ave. So. Ph. 50-755
St. Petersburg, Fla.
Brotherhood Greetings
HUNT'S DAIRY
MILK
Quality Counta
Store and Home Delivery
Haines Rd. Phone 8*872
flt Petersburg, Fla.


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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAM FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1910 IsOCIAiL ACTIVI TIES iSSa I RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor __. J _^^-. F ^ i .^.-^ i =j.-.j=y ; r= p =f %  ^ .JHADASSAH HOARD TO MEET The regular board meeting of the Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah will be held Monday afternoon, February 26th. at 2 P. M.. at the home of Mrs. Rudolph Rothschild, 3467 Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach. All board members are urged to attend as important busness will be transacted. • • TO BE BAR MITZVAH The Bar Mitzvah of Herbert Arthur Zw;ck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zwick. will take place Saturday morning March 2nd. at 0 A. M., at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregat on. 1645 S. W. 3rd St. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will address the boy and Herbert Arthur will deliver the Haftorah. A recepti m will follow the services. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Zwick will entertain in honor of their son at their home. B21 S. W. 23rd Aveat 6 P. M. All friends ancord ally invited to attend. VISITING HERE Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fisher of Monticello, N. Y. formally of Miami, are visiting in Miami for ral weeks with Mrs. Fisher's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Drevich and her sister and brother i?i law. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Silverman. REGULAR MEETING TO BE HELD The Miami Chapter of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress will hold their regular meeting Wednesday afternoon. February 28th at 2 P. M. at Ritter's Alamac. Miami Beach. The program will include Mrs. J. X. Cohen of New York, member of the national board of the Congress as the guest speaker; Mrs. Herbert U. Feibelman will render vocal selections and Mrs. Sol Rosenbloom of New York and Golden Beach. Fla., national honorary president of the Women's Division, will speak briefly. Mrs. Moses Krieger, president, will preside. The public is cordially invited. TO ADDRESS FORUM Rabbi Aaron Teitelbaum. well known both in the United States MRS. MICHAEL ARNOLD and abroad as one of the founders general chairman of Beth Davi of the J. D. C. and the Central Sisterhood's Twenty-fourth PrePurim Ball to be held Sunday eveB'NAl B'RITH TO MEET The regular meeting of Sholem Belief Commjttee and for the past ring at the Fleetwood Hotel. TO HOLD CARD PARTY A card party for the benefit of Lodge B'nai B'rith wll be held the refugees in Palestine w 11 bo Tuesday evening, February 27th (riven by the Pioneer Women'. :l t the Evans Hotel. Miami Beach, Organization of Greater Miami at B:80 P. M. An interesting pro1 f 0 r Palestine Sunday evening Mar. gram will be presented. All mem3rd a t 8:30 P. M. at the Beth bers and friends are cordially David auditorium. Many card invited to be present. ames wi be P la >' ed and refresh„ ments served. Tickets may be obtained from any member or at VISITORS HERE the door Admission is fifty centi Mr. and Mrs. Abe Grossman of j per pe rson. The public is cordially Elizabeh, N. •'•, are visiting here invited to attend. with their brother and sister. Mr and Mrs. Maurice Grossman. AUXILIARY TO MEET \CTIVITIES PLANNED At the meeting held by Arbeiter R : ng Branch 692 Tucsday evening. February 20th, at The Ladies' Auxiliary of Sholem I the Roth David Talmud Torah Lodge B'nai BV.th will hold their plans were completed for the regular meeting Tuesday evening opening of a Convalescenl 11 r. February 27tih at 8:30 P. M at 4 the hom.' of Mrs. Samuel Blank, ;7oii pini tree Drive, Miami Beach. Mrs, I^aac Levin, pre.dent, will ial hour will follow the business meeting. All memb rand | n spi I ve members arc cord ally invited to be present. Ml)S/\ l\l I W. 25TM AVE. AT 16TH $T. ALLIGATOR WRESTLING HOURLY ADSIStlOl 25* DNEDF FLDRIDAS OiitslfwdiiHi Olftm lion \ ten years a presidium member of the Mizrachi World Organization. will visit in Miami Beach for a V. W. H. A. T" MEET short vacation. He will be the The Young Women's Hebrew MARRIAGE NUPTIALS i .v„ t-.. A„.. „;„ %  Association will hold their regular PERFORMED guest speaker at the Friday night ,L i ..,.,..•! .• meeting Wednesday evening I-eb-i Rabbi Moses Mesch^loff official Forum of the Beth Jacob Congre|i| uy ._, vh a ^ y (iubl ,,„ nls .. (] B< |u vedding „ f MlM Ruth cation March 1st, and his subject, p 0 ]| ow ing the business meeting an Greenberg to Albert M. Ostroff in will be "Palestine in the World-", interesting program wll be preIn his honor the Miami Beach sented. Included on the program Mizrachi will hold its monthly arrange,! by the Entertainment ,, ,, ,, „ Chairman. Mrs. S. Ehrlich. will be meeting and Melave Malken Sat,,. .... „ ,, ,. Miss Shirley Mandell, vocalist. Miss Phyliss Rudin Ehrlich. accordion tap dancer and Mary Lynn Prince, vocalist. Refreshments w 11 be served. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. for sick Arhe ter members wl i reside here during the winter. A committee was appointed to p'ete the final plans, Further details will be announced a a later date. More than one hundred ai persons were present at I posium sponsored by this Sunday evening at the Y gl Speakers during the evening were Mr. Max Tanor and Mrs. \ • > Levinson. urday evening. March 2nd. FINE SADDLE HORSES Special Rlillng Instruction Moonlight Rides Riding from T A. It. to 3:30 P. If. North Miami Riding Academy 13675 X. E. 6th Ave. Phone 7-2022 + + SERVING — MIAMI BEACH and MIAMI Miami Jewish Funeral Home "EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH" 710 S. W. 12th AVE. PHONE 3-31.il AMBULANCE SERVICE hie ff:ce at the Be-h Jacob Synagogue. WOLPERT' FURNITURE* BARGAINS! We Refuse To. Be Undersol 155 W. FLAGLER S PHONE 3-4132" TABLE PADS $2.45 Washable Waterproof Made To Order As Low As— 3-Day Special Sale Bring Size of Half of Your Ta< ble and Save Agent's Commission. AMERICAN TABLE PAD 1786 S. W. 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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH EL0RID1AN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1940 wJewisti fKondlii3im PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue I! J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor CHILD GUIDANCE By Joseph A. Berman FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act o* March 3, 1879 OFFICES IX PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year ... Six Mcnths $2.00 11.00 (The writer will be glad to answer any problems of h s readers. Write to him n care of this paper) I am devoting this week's column to a consideration of the letters sent to me by readers. Suppose then, we start at once with 'he • interesting case of young Mr. W. F. "Dear Mr. Berman: "I do not seem to be fitted for anything. I seem to get one clerical j b after another. When the season is dull or over. I am laid off. I drift around without a job for some time and then it is another job s ; milar to the last one. I am getting pretty much depressed w th this state of affairs. I am 23 voars old and its ahmit time I found mv n ehe. At school I was food in Science. Mat hemati's and Shop work, but I hated Language and H'story. I Hkp to be out of door during my free moments. take l'li" walks through the park and in my mind. 1 think how T would plan the park so as to gel the most oul of the grassy shad (I walks and nlav fe'ds. S?nci graduation from high school three vears ago, I never wen to • V %  % %  1 'cli here was no use in this. Mv friends told me it would !>' fo Hsh. How .'an 1 stop my drifting? Please heln me. u Respectfully yours, W. F." The Rev, William C. Kernan, of the Newark Episcopal Diocese. Dear W. F.: made a good point in a New York address last week when he said that In answer to your letter Of last t'.ie activities of the Christian Front were essentially nothing new— week. I beg to advise you that you have a groat deal to offer in voration; that there are numerous possib Tties for you. Even from the few facts given in your letter it is clear that your abilities all lead in one direction—engineering. Your high marks in Science and Math, a prime requisite for this work, add to this belief. Your interest in planning and designing VOLUME 13—No. R FEBRUARY 28, 1940 Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS JBIRON) Roosevelt and Brotherhood that they represented only a modern phase of a struggle which has been in progress since this Republic was born, between those who would keep this nation united and those w ho would split it. The Christian Front started out as a movement against the Jews but 17 of its supporters are now charged with attempting to overthrow the Government. It is no accident that those who foment hatred of the Jews ultimately turn out to be enemies of the American form of government. This was the thought which President Roosevelt reiterated in his message for Brotherhood Week, which is being observed this week throughout the country under the auspices of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. "I>et us here resolve," the President said, "that in a time of world division this nation shall be rededicater to the principles that all men are brothers; that religious prejudice and group intolerance may not here destroy that unity in freedom which is tht strength of our national character." It has been said before but it is worth stressing again—and again and again until the full significance becomes clear to the mass of Americans—that good will and brotherhood are not airy words and idealistic phrases but a concrete factor in the defense of America and democracy. Between The Lines By Lester K. Stein An open letter to the People of the Book. Dear Brother and Sister Jews: Think of the fire of passion for justice of Nathan the Prophet, pointing the accusing finger at David the King, and you have Pierre Van Paassen. Days of our years is his rndictment of our fumbling and muddling through at the expense of humaneness and humanity. In the pages of his autobiography, there is the saeva ind gnation of Jonathan Swift, but minus Swif's mordant sting. There breathes through Van Paassen's words, the voice of the Lord, God of Justice, as proclaimed in the thunder and the whirlw.nd. And the accusation: "Thou art the bolt, striking down the presumptiuousness of overween.ng pride of achievement of polyannas of progress and prosperity. Van Paassen's Days of Our years is one book in a million. It is moving, spirited and above all, animated by a profound delicious conviction of the eventual triumph of good over evil, the conquest of darkness by light. For that consci ence stirring such as only great literature can do, study Van Paassen's Days of Our Years—filled with h.s deep compassion and love for mankind, and his staunch belief in Hhe fundamental dignity of man. An unforgettable emot.onal and spiritual experience. should be of assistance (n this work. Other opportunit es would be : n the architectural work, essaying and metallurgy or surveying. Y'our fault is that you have remained in one spot, marking time, waiting for something to happen to you. rather than studying and actively try : ng to progress. My suggestion is that you consider the fields of work I have mentioned, study their poss bilities. and then continue your education to prepare yourself for something specific. Yours very truly. Joseph A. Berman. ANDREWS FAMILY 100 YEARS IN FLORIDA ORLANDO — Supporters of United States Senator Charles .0. Andrews are not concerned about his determination to remain on duty at Washington while aspirants for his post increase their ac tivity throughout the state. They pont out he not only has won new friends by his devotion man!" flashes like the lightening to duty, but that those who have understanding s'.o id by him though the years are certain to continue steadfast. Senator Andrews' record alone, they nsist. fully justifies their loyalty,' and they add there are many other reasons for his numerous lasting friendships. Born and reared in West Florida. the Senator gained part of his education ,n South Florida, in Polk County. He taught many hundreds of Floiidians in public schools of the state while financing his education. He served as a member of the judiciary in Walton County, as well as in Central Florida, where he also practiced law. He also served as a Supreme Court Commissioner at Tallahassee. Member of a pioneer Florida family, which has paid taxes in Florida for more than a century. Senator Andrews not only knows Florida and thousands of Flor.dians, but he knows their problems. This, his supporters assert, accounts for his ability to give them serv.ee. Yol SHOULD KNOW Our Washington sleuth informs us that before the Ides of March rolls around the Capital will be the scene of sensational revelations relating to the Pelley-Dies incident that will blow the roof off the Dies Committee .... Some one would do well to look closer into the American Coalition set-up .... Although its constituent soe'etiee include some of the foremost and most re %  petted patriotic organizations there are also some avowedly and primarily anti-Semelic groups in its membership .... The hornets nest that James Waterman Wise stirred up in Montreal with his speech, when members of the audenre walked out on him. is additional evidence that the anti-Semitic groups in the Province of Quebec are looking for an opportuniy to start a new campaign against the Jews ... The Frnerh Canadian papers openly said that it wasn't that they so much resented w ha Wise said but that they were not going to take that kind of stuff from a non-Canadian, and that coming from a non-Aryan it was positively outrageous .... We're glad t" not., that Washington : s at last doing something about the German pilots who fly South \mcricnn Sradta planes over the Strategical!) essential and extremely vulnerable Panama Canal \NI) IIIIS TOO I,. .. • of the death penalty that threatens Germat n to foreign short-wave broadcasts the National Broadcasting Company st 1! gets letti rs anonymous of e "urse, because of the 1 —from Germans who manage to catch its programs with ul g There's a rumor that an American millionaire whose liii-iiess was being hurt by Leslie Hore-Belisha's conduct of Bt is the pers •esponS'ble for the War Ministry .shake-up in F. Credited to Jackie Elinson is the gag about the new wa French have found f torturing the starving Nazis by droppi g 11.indinner menus into German territory ..... And Winchell claims that thi' war in Europe boils down to a battle bet •he Ha.es anil the Havo-tmuis .... Actor Karl Stepanek. a refugee fr ii! a concentration camp, is in England now and hopes eventually to reach Hollywo d where, incidentally, the film colony s making every effort to prevent the threatened deportation of Aryan refugee Albert Basserman, wh > has a chance to get a good screen part if the red concerning his visa can be untangled .... Important research work in neuropathology is being carried on in an old storeroom at New York's Montefiore Hosp tal by Professor Otto Marburg, formerly of Vienna. LISTEN TO THIS Did you know that Ira Hirschmann, sales and advertising director of Bloomingdale's New York department store, is the organizer of the New Friends of Music concerts that delight Gothamites on Sunday nights? .... Among the treasured possessions of songstress Lotte l-chniann is a ring that once belonged to Sarah Bemhardt It's grand to he a playwright .... Here's MOSB Hart, who re cently spent a lot of money g<"''•!• himself psychoanalyzed—and now hopes to get it back with a new play whose heroine is under psychoanalytical treatment .... Another new play, a musical, has been readied by Marc Hlitzste'n .... It'll be called "No For An An.sw.-r" Louis Schafer. producer of "Pins and Needles." started life as a newspaperman, having occupied, among other posts, that of labor .Hilor of the Jew ish Daily Forward .... Not to be outdone bv his daughter-inlaw, who is in the cast of his play "Two On An Island." Elmer Rice played a couple of walk-on parts in a recent performance ... Erich Leinsdnrf. Metropolitan Opera conductor, has solved the vexing problem of how to rut down on taxirnb expenses .... He's planning to give his car to an unemployed cab dri\er, who would then provide him with free rides for the rest of time. POT-POURRI Most accredited prophet in Hollywood these days is M-G-M's M Lichtman, who predicted staggering box office grosses for "Gone With the Wind" at a tinfe when everybody else considered it just an overgrown wlrte elenhant .... One of the must films of the Immediate future is "Dr. Ehrlieh's Magic Bullet." an epic of the war against syphilis .... If Hank Greenberg plays his usual good ball this summer he can look forward to a nice, juicy movie contract .... Can you imagine a Western film with the Marx Brothers as cowboys'.' .... Hollywood thinks one is in the wind, as the Brothers have bought mechanical horses, presumably for training purposes • Ben March • whose New Jersey Riviera is one of Greater New York's hottest night spots, not only has a sim lar place in Havana but is now planning U< convert Manhattan's American Music Hall into a modern night dub. A BOLT PEOPLE You've heard a lot about movie mogul Harry Warner's Wrath at the smallness of the charitable donations of some of Hollywood's big money-makers R ut did you know that when he gets a gift that he considers disproportionately large for th|e giver's means he make%  refund to the donor, paying the diffeerence out of his own pocket. Not everybody who goes South in the winter spends all his time on amusements .... New York's Magistrate Jeanette Brill, for example has been making a sociological study of the Havana slums, which are among the worst in our hemisphere .... Congratulations to Dr. Albert Einstein on the marriage of his great-niece. Marie-Louise Gutmaim. now Mrs. George Elbert A nd to publisher Bennet Cerf. on beta* named among America's twenty two best-dressed men .... When d'd David Sarnoff get that Legion of Honor ribbon he sports? .... The gossips say that nuptials are in the offiny for novelist Robert Nathan %  Also that Jed Harris, who a couple of years ago was Broadway's wM.te-haired boy. is planning return to the Street of Bright lights .... Strange though it may seem. Comedian Teddv Hart is a member of Junior Hadassah. which we had always thought to be a strictly feminine organization. ^,


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN Page Seven s> MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 154o S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELI.NER, Rabbi RABBI'b 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. Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset. ANNUAL PL'RIM BALL Great interest ii being ihown l> our orthodox roiiimiinity in I he Ninth Infilial I'uritii Hall In lir lirlil nil Ki-liriiary 27th, Tuesday evening, at the Miami Women's Club, 1734 North Bayrhore Drive. Encouraged bj the acrlainted social ami financial sue* resset of tli' past affair-, the committec iconfident that the most optimistic expectations ^ill b*' exceeded. Ain tin' past, the finest guarantee fur a pleasant evening will I"the excellent orchestra ami fine talent obtained fr this event Special Hall Committees netting Tinfinal committee meeting of the varioui Hall Committee! ill meet with Mrs. I. Krirk, general chairman of tinNinth Vnnual Purlin Ball. Sun da) morning, Februar) 2">tli at 10 o'clock, in tin Synagogue Vestrj Rooms. Committee women "ill kind1> Inprompt athere imuch to ilisrii--.. The committee personnel includes: Mr-. I. Krirk. genral chairman; Mr-. Orlanaky, ticket rhairman; Mrs. I. Rosengarten, ro-chairman; Mrs. Louie Kotkin, publicity chairman; Mr-. Abraham A. Kellner, Queen Esther contest chairman; Mrs. I-Axelroad, refreshmenit chairman; Mr-. L. Kuwait, telephone chairman; Mrs. L. Le\ilt, hoste&s chairman: Mr-. I.. Schulman, Mrs. Victor Mill, co-chairmen; Mrs. N. Levitt, i In in in. in of Queen Either voting: Mrs. Samuel Geltner, hospitality chairman: Mrs. Win. (llein and Mrs. George Chertkoff, arrangements chairmen. Anyone interested in serving on any of the various committeewill kindly contact any of the above named chairmen, who will he ver) glad for your cooperation. V MESSAGE TO FRIENDS OF THE CONGREGATION It is mil often that we appeal ill thimanner to the friends of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Inn the necetsit) of a new building io house our verj active congregation i increasing!) evident, and the Ladies \u\iliar> feels that this ione time in which not only the moral support given to our effort-, which i* so warml) displayed throughout the year, and for which we are grateful, may lie shown, lull al-o the vitally important financial assistance is needed. Let iiall be together on February 27th ami thus give heartening evidence of your good faith in the labors of our congregation and itauxiliary. QUEEN ESTHER CONTEST Tinchoosing of the prettiest contestant ut the Hall will lie the highlight of the Ball. She will he Queen Esther for the evening and will he crowned as Queen by the Grand Monarch of the Ball. The following organizations are participating and will scud their candidates: Junior lladas-ah. Council of Jewish Juniors. H'nai B*rith Auxiliary, Jewish Welfare Hureau Auxiliary, Pioneer Women, Y. W. H. A., Senior Hadassah, Beth David Sisterhood and Beth Jacob Sisterhood. HABONOTH PARTICIPATION The Senior Croup of the llulpon olh, the Debs, will assist Mrs. Carol Leavitt in the voting, to choo-e the Queen of the Evening. Under the pretext of searching for arms and radio sets, homes of Poles and Jews are raided and looted by uniformed Nazis and Get lapo agents. The magnificent synagogue in the center of Uie town has been burned down. In the long lines for food Jews and Poles must give priority to Germans. It was reliably reported here that Jews were threatened with death if they tried to trade text.les or if they did not have the designated yellow spots on their coat sleeves. Trustees have been (Continued from Page Six Jews are being evicted from their Ihomes on a few hours notice to provide space for German emigrants from the Baltic countries, Tyrol and the Rhineland. The city's main Piotrkowska Street has been renamed Adolfhitler strasse by the local Nazi arthorities. ADDED PLEASURE Mr. M. Member of the Eloridian Hotel has been kind enough to promise the whole Floridian Hotel Floor Show to appear at the Ball. \\ e take ihimeanof thanking him for this courtesy. *3n.Sfe&ticLa. RIDE THE FLORIDA SUNBEAM COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED JACKSb'riVTLLE'S LEADING HOTEL CM^^T *** baW l> %  Tiiuull *" art *'


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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 194* I ( -i SOCIETY JUNIOR COUNCIL ANNOUNCES CANDIDATE The National Council of Jewish Juniors announce that Miss Josephine Raxin, vice president of the organization, has been chosen to represent them at the Purim Ball sponsored by the Ladies' Auxil ary of The Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Tuesday evening at the Miami Women's Club in the contest for the title of "Queen Esther." Miss Raxin is active in local socal circles and is well known as a concert pianist. All Council members and friends are urged to attend and support their candidate. • • YOUTH RALLY HELD Several hundred were present Wednesday evening at the Miami Senior H : gh School at a Youth and Democracy Rally sponsored by local youth organzatons. Guest speakers of the evening J. Mark Wilcox. former United States Congressman, and Rev. D ck Evans, executive vice president of the Congress of Democracy. Speaking on the "Obligations of Youth in a Democracy." Wilcox stated. "The youth of today should keep their attention on ways of solving the nat on's problems so that subversive influences could not undermine American Democracy and that the United States should keep out of the European War." Rev. Evans listed "Good Will, responsibility, enthusiasm, appreciation and tr umphant pride in the American way of life that make the five things which make democracy great." THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN talks were given by the president, Mrs. Lena Wolk and Mrs. Ratner. A social hour followed and refreshments were served. • • WEDDING HELD TThe marriage of Miss Rhoda Horwitz and Mr. Naum Kosakowski was held last week with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff offic ating. A reception followed at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. • • SPINOZA CROUP CONTINUES The largest audi--ce of the s"a--on gathered last Saturday afternoon to hear Dr. Abraham W'.lfson exnound Srinoza's r-hilosophy on the human mind. There were ahout 2 r .O men and women fathered on the lawn. Next .Saturday afternoon the Spinoza Oroun will meet again on the lawn at 1059 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Mr. Edward Clark, noted lecturer on music, of the University of Miami !" 11 sneak on "Beethoven" A general discussion will follow the lecture. PAGE THREK DR. SAMUEL BECKMAN first vice president of the Young Men's Hebrew Association who was unan mously elected to fill the vacancy. VISITING HERE Mrs. Willinm n. Jacobson of Baltimore, Md.. is visiting in Miami w th her sister and brotherin-law, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac levin. MEETING HELD The English Speaking group of the Pioneer Women held a meeting Tuesday evening February 20th at tht home of Mrs. B. Ratner. Mrs. A. Schmerian, cha rman of the Na" tional Fund, reported that the proceeds of the recent card party held totalled SI26 and that $210 ws forwarded to the national off ce. Plans for a card party and donor luncheon were discussed and details will be announced in a later issue Brief MT7R \CHJ HOLD CARD PARTY | The Mizruh Women's Branch of Miami Beach will hold their first card party of the season Wednesday afternoon March fith at 1 P. M. at th T des Hotel. 1220 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Door prizes will be awnrdei and refreshmen's s-i-vd. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. A. Berow. Mrs. F. Knlstein and Mr. M. Foit Tickets may be obtained from the officers, at the Beth Jacob Svnagogne or at the door. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • • MARRIAGE TAKES PLACE The weddinw of Miss Silv a Silvers'ein to Mr. Simuel Gorodetsky was held Wednesday evenino •it the B"th Jacob Svnagogue with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiatng. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Tampa Abstract & Title Insurance Co. DEMOCRACY MEETING HELD Under the direction of Mr. Matthew S. Bandler. Miami business and civic leader, chairman of the Committee on arrangements for the American Democracy Day mass meeting which was held in Bayfront Park Wednesday evening February 21nd, a day of var-'ed and successful act vities were held. Mr. Bawdier was appointed as chairman by Rev. Dick Evans, executive vice president of the Florida Congress on Democracy. Observance of the day was featured by programs in the morning at the various schools; at noon at a huge joint meeting of all service and civic clubs under the direction of former Congressman J. Mark Wilcox; in the afternoon a mass meeting of the women's groups under Mrs. A. J. McCaffrey, followed by a parade and concluded in the evening with a meeting at the Park with former Governor Dave Sholtz in charge. Re-elect U. S. Senator 40.-) MADISON STREET TAMPA, FLORIDA CH&RLFS 0. ANDREW? CONCERT TO BE GIVEN Cantor Maurice Mamches of the Beth Jacob Congregation will present his annual concert Sunday March 31st. Many prominent artists w 11 be included in in the program. Details will be announced at a later date. • The fourth annual Roller D rbv "• und a rwav at t-he Colisc""i !'•• Palace in Coral Gables on Thursday night when the ton fliiht skating stars of the country started the merry grind in one of the most fascinating forms of snorts competitions which has been or urinated in the past decade. Featured performer in the cur. '•ent D"rbv was Mi


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'^4 wJewtisli IFIIondliiai n COMBINING TtlC JmWl&tl l/Wlltf VOI13 — No. 8. MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1910 PRICE in CENTS Solomon Goldman Z.O.A. President to Address Mass Meeting Thursday Congregation Approves Plans For New Synagogue Edifice NATL FIGURE KNOWN FOR BRILLIANT ORATORY \f-A Dr. Soloman Goldman, president of the Zionist Organization of America, will address Greater Miami Jewry Thursday evening at a mass meeting at Temple Israel under the auspices of the Greater Miami 7i onist District. The meeting is scheduled to start at 8 P. M. Sydney L. Segall, president of the district, will act as cha rraan of the evening and Rabbi Max Shapiro will inroduce Dr. Goldman. Dr. Solomon Goldman succeeded Dr. Stephen SWise, as president of the Zionist Organization of America and is one of the foremost members of the American rabbinate and one of the most outstanding Jewish scholars and writers in the country. A towering figure in Jew:sh life in America, and a leader in Jewish communal activities not only in Chicago, where he occupies the pulpit of the most important Conservative Synagogue, but throughout the United States. Ladies 9 Divisions Sponsor Purim Balls BETH DAVID AFFAIR WOMEN'S CLUB SCENE SUNDAY AT FLEETWOOD i M. J. 0. C. FESTIVITIES Organizations Join National Brotherhood Week Observance The twenty-fourth annual Pre Tuesday evening February 27th Purim Ball sponsored by the Beth t 9 PM., at the Miami Women's David Sisterhood w 11 be held Sunj Club, 1734 N. Bayshore Drive, Miday evening, February 25th. at 9 %  m '. the Ninth Annual Pur m Ball P. M. at the Fleetwood Hangar,' sponsored by the Indies' Auxiliary Fleetwiod Hotel. 800 West Ave.. i of the Miami Jew sh Orthodox ConSECRETARY WOODRINi; TO ADDRESS B'NAI B'RITH BROTHERHOOD RALLY Miami Beach. An entertaining program featuring M'ss Ruth Brotman. lyric coloratura soprano accompanied by Frances Druckerman. will be presented. Mrs. Michael Arnold, general chairman is in charge of arrangements. The Fleetwood Hotel Orchestra will furn-sh music for dancing. Ad mission charge is one dollar per person and t ckets n;ay be obtained from committee members or at the door. All members, friends and visitors are cord ally invited to be present. men I and toured various parts of the <• luntry for the purpose of promoting better understanding between Jews and Chrstians. Deeply devoted to the development of Jewish cultural life, Dl Goldman has been a moving forci in all Institut ons and organizations for the promotion of educational and theological is a member of the Ilillel Foundation Commission, the Am -Dcfagregation. will be held. Heading the committee of arrangements is Mrs. Irwin Krick. Features of the NEW YORK CITY—Secretary of War Harry H. Woodring will be the principal speaker at a cambinj ed celebration of Brotherhood Week and George Washington's birthday to be held under the joint sponsorsh p of the Metropolitan Council of B'nai B'rith Century 6lh S[ even ng will be the contest for the Membership Campaign at the HoGROUND BREAKING CEREMONIES TO BE ANNOUNCED • Plans were approved for a new Synagogue ed fice at an approximate cost of $17,500 at a geneial [meeting of the Miami Jewish Congregation last Tuesday night. Apj proving of the plans signalled "Full Speed Ahead" as the bu' Iding committee was authorized to receive bids and let contracts for immediate construction. The bu lding will be built on the property of the congregation located at the N. W. corner of S. W17th Ave. at The entrance will face S. W. 17th Ave., have a seat.ng capacity of more than 500, w 11 be title "Queen Esther," in which lo tel Plaza on Sunday afternoon. cal organizations will compete. The February 25th. program will include the entrel A feature.of the program will be of Moorish type with Henry J. flour show of the Floridian Hotel, the reading aloud en masse by the Nadel as the architect. An orchestra will provide music, audience of the go>d will Decs' j '[-he Congregation will celebrate for dancing. T ckets are one dol; logue prepared by the National Jtg T entn Anniversary this fall lar per person and may be obtainConference of Christians and JfW-| a nd represents the Orthodox wing ed from members or at the door. A negro chor, as well as a priest,, ..... The public is urged to attend. | minister and rabbi, will participate j Miami Jewry with a memberwhich will also ship of more than 150. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner is its spiritu; I head having served in that capacity for 3 years. H. M. Drewich is president of the Congregation ,. serving his fourth consecutive The Union of Am'-can Hebrew | Congregations, p*:nt body of term. The building committee who The seventh annual observance! Liberal Judaism I America and will be in charge cons.sts of Jl. of Brotherhood Week will be obits affiliates, the National FederM. Drewich, M. Rifas, E. Albert served in Miami by the Young ation of Tern le S st< irhoods ( p a ]] ott A. Pepper, George Cher;Y.M.H.A. SPONSORS INTFR-FAITH BROTHERHOOD EVENT in the exercises, be addressed by United States Senator Dennis Chavez of New Mexico and Lou's Nizcr. prominent, N\\v York attorney. Jewish Men's Hebrew Association at a world's largest meeting Sunday even ng. February religious org:> Women's the Napursuits, 24th a j the Y Clubrooms. 1667 S.ltional Federati >n of Temple Bro W. 5th St., M ami. featuring Dave herhoods, sponsor of Sholtz, former governor of Florida, mation League Council, the Board %  is the principal speaker A proof Trustees of the Jewish Theologgnm w)|| ;| S(| ,, ( pre8ente d. Mr. cal Seminary of America, the M 1 ||il ( ;,,, ssllia „. executive dU Jewish Publication Society, and a ( ^ ( aU( )r Samuel Beckman former president of the Histadrut cu tura ^airman, a re in sharge W rth. Dr. Goldman also enjoys a wide reputation as an author, having DR. SOIX)MON GOLDMAN By Dr. Goldman, who is 44 years old, received his education at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva and the Jewish Theological Seminary from which he obtained the degrees of rabbi and Doctor of Hebrew Letters. He also studied at New York University, Columbia Universiy and the Un-versity of Chicago. Mentified with Zionist activities from early childhood Dr. Goldman held many important posts as teacher, edrtor and leader in various projects for the rebuilding of the Jewish National Home in Pal-1 estin. Joining the rabbinate in 1917. he occupied pulpits ;n leading synagogues in Brooklyn and Cleve land before going to Chicago where h" has been sniritunl lead-r of Congregation Anshe Emet since 1929. of arrangements. Brotherhood Week, under the auspices if the National Conferwritten "A Rabbi Takes Stock," i ence 0 f Christians and Jews, began "The Jew and the Universe," and j February lHth and continues "The Golden Chain." as well as tnroU gh February 25th with "The having contributed to numerous Prcsent Cris s in Human Relaand academ, C publicathe Jewish Chautauqua Society, and the National Federation of Temple Youth are participate ng in observance of Nati >nal Brotherhood Week, according to an announcement made at Union headquarters in Cincinnati. kof, Leon Liberman and Henry Gabbe. Arrangements are now in preparation for a gala ground breaking celebration to be held in the very near future. The building, according to present ird cation, will be available for use for the High Holidays. svmnosia tions. Recently Dr. Goldman South Africa in behalf of the Jewish National Fund, be ng the fourth American ever to make a round-trin flight from Southamp' ->n to Johannesburg. Dr. Goldman j who was elected president of the j 3 onist Organization of America! in July, 1938, is also a national | co-chairman of the United Palestine Appeal. Bes des his participation in the efforts to rebuild Palestine as the Jewish National Home, Dr. Goldman has taken an active part in the work of various other organizations. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the American Jewish Congress, the Bureau of tions" ns this year's theme, and is being observed by more than 1000 toured cormU mti e s %  the country. NIGHT OF STARS" SHOWS TO CAPACITY AUDIENCE In addition to his activities as a Jewish Education, theUnited Syn re.g.ous leader and writer, D-| agogue of Amenca, the Rabb.n.cal Goldman has been prominently Assembly, the Amencan Academy has linked with leadership in civic affairs. He waa also one of the first of Political and Social Science, the American Oriental Society and the champions of the Good Will MoveLinguistic Society of Amenca. I'nd % %  !• the same capable guidance of R. R. Adler, as in preVOns years, the Jewish Welfare Bureau's Sixth Annual "Night of Stars" was presented last Monday evening to an appreciative audience that filled every available and whose untiring efforts and unselfish devotion made the affair possible and the tremendous success it was. Mr. Adler stated, "I want to take this opportunity to express my appreciation to my committe". seat in the Olympia, had people Mesdames Max Steuer, Estelle standing in the rear of the theatre Schram, Ann Jacobs. Ben Marden, ••nd many hundreds turned away at Ida Opther. Bertha B. Levy. Marthe door. ian Blank Arnson. and Mr. Ben A galaxy of Stars rarely seen Davis, Col. Abe Hallow. Without on any stage in one evening took the stars there could be no show their turn in entertaining. Harry S o we are truly grateful for their R chman and Don Ijwning acted n'rform^nces. Also the papers, as masters of ceremonies for the Carl Erbe and h's staff. Al's evening. Others that appeared S.-dwich Shop. Kahn & Albert, all DAVID SHOLTZ were Sophie Tucker, Benny Fields. Joe E. Fields. Ixiu Holtz. Kay Kyser. Abe I.yman and many more. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, pres dent of the Bureau, opened the show and thanked the many who •rave their whole-hearted cooperation. He paid special tribute to Rudy Adler who devoted all of his time for the past several weeks who helned greatly. I am looking forward to mak ng next year's "Night of Stars," bigger and better than ever." Sophie Tucker was presented with numerous bouquets and baskets of flowers by the Bureau and its Aux.liary. Over seven thousand dollars was realized.



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2S, 1940 JIWIU TIMIDIAX CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi—497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-14T3 Home Phone 2-2176 •PERMANENT CALENDAR Daily service? at 7 a. mand Friday evening-8:15. Sabbath %  •rvicea, Saturday B:80 a. m. Late Friday evening services. Friday evening 8:15. Junior service*, Saturday 10:30 a. ir. Hebrew School. 3:15 to C:15 p. m. Sunday School Sunday 10:00 a. in. Bar-.Mitzvah Group, Sunday 9:00 a. m. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. I,ATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services this Friday evening at 8:15. Cantor Louis Hayman, ac, companied by the Beth Dav.d Choir Will chant the prayers In view of the National Celebration of "Brotherhood Observance" the Rabbi will speak on the subject, "Brotherhood — Ddeam or' Reality?" The "Oneg Shabbos" soc al hour will take place in the auditorium immediately after the xerrices. RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTION Junior Congregation: Harold Shapiro. Albert Eskanazi and Her bert Glazeroff are in charge of the ; Junior services Saturday mornin* at 10:30. These services are open to adults as well as juniors. We wish to advise parents to take cognizant of their duties to bring children to these services Saturday morning A "Kiddush" is given in the auditorium immed ately after the Benediction under the chairmanship of Mrs. IJ. Hartz. Bar Mit/%ah Group: An urgent appeal is made to parents who have aons of 12 and over to see that Brotherhood Greetings R. P. KOCHER PLUMBER 215 8. HoHrard Ave. TAMPA, FLORIDA their ch ldr n attend the BarMitxvah group which meets every Sunday morning from 9 to 10 un-l der the direction of Lodis Gailon. The boys are taught the melodies for the different "Portions of Law." Talmud-Torah: An invtation is extended to the members and friends of the Beth David Congregation to come and w tness the classes <>f our da'ly H l "vw School where elementary Hebrew "Chumosh" will Rashi Niv em n liglon, Yiddish and other subjects pertaining to Hebraic culture are taught. Sund-n School: Sunday School assembly this coming Sunday mornirew 11 be dedicated to the observance of "Brotherh od and Devotion." It is with great satisfact'on that we note the regular attendance of over 226 children. I'arents and friends are invited t"> visit our Sunday School at any time. ; APPRECIATION Th Rabbi expresses his personal appreciation to Rabbi C. A. Zwitman for occupying the pulpit last Friday evening, and to Rabbi A. Kellner who occupied the pulpit some t me ago during his absense This spirt of co-operation is highly gratifying and the services conducted were greatly satisfactory. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the Radio program over Station WIOD this Sunday afternoon from 3 to 3:30 P. M. Cantor Louis Hayman accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Essie Schaeffer will be in charge of the musical program. An additional feature of this program w.ll be a rendition by Miss Ruth Brotman. noted lyric coloratura soprano. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject "Our Eternal Heritage." SISTERHOOD We definitely urge all members and friends to participate in the the calendar, the 24th Annual PreSisterhood's outstanding event on Purim Ball, which w-11 take place at the Fleetwood Hangar. Fleetwood Hotel. 800 West Ave.. Miami Beach, this coming Sunday eveine at 9 P. M. The well known Fleetwood Hotel orchestra will he in charge of the music Rernotnber! This is practically the only onn ftunitv you have of showing publicly the Interest in our ma-v ac**vitis; for the results of this affair constitute the "osHbility of continuing our work. Please make an effort to bring as ma ny frends with you as possible. Unusual entertainment provided by the array of stars in our midst will comnrise the program. Miss Ruth Brotman. lyric coloratura soprano, will be heard in a recital of Hebrew Jewish songs and arias, accompanied at the piano by Frances Druckerman. Miss Bi'tmall. who is a laurete of the Quebec College of Mus ciai s has i n heard in the radio since 1925 over various stat ons throughout the I'nited States and Canada. Also on the program will be seven women from the Elderly W men's Co-operative league who uniquely perform in Mozlot's minuette. In charge of the various comBrotherhood Greeting! Central Printers 110 2nd St. So. st. Petersburg, Pla. Brotherhood Gratings J. W. PEARSON TERMITE TREATMENT 500 s. Packwood Ave. TAMPA. FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings Oscar's Transfer rtOl 1st Ave. So. St. Petersburg; Pla. Brotherhood Greetings TOGARTY BROS. 406 Hampton TAMPA, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings MELVINS BATTERY and ELECTRIC CO. 330 9th st so. st. Petersburg, Fla. mittees are: reception committeeMrs. Joseph Fine, chairman, assisted by Mesdames Max Shapiro, Leo Ackerman, Murray Cohen, George Goldberg. Sid Palmer, Sam Weissel. Mendel Scheinberg, Sol Schwartz. Harry Oliphant. Sol Rotfort. Isador I^angner, Ch. Abbott and J. M. Kopelowitz. States" representative. Mrs. Sam Khrl ch. Action's committee: Mesdames Ben Kandel. Louis Gordon. Isador I-angner. Ch. Peretzman, J. M.! Kopelowitz. Harry Markowitz. Sam Seitlin. I.ou S Margulies. Mary Fine and Mr. J. If. Kopelowitz, Louis Margulies and Michael Arnold. Remember the date: th's Sunday evening. February 2.Tth. Kleetwood Hotel, Miami Beach. Y.M.H.A. Notes (Continued from Page Nine) their star player-. Al Greene. Mush Greene and Art Baida have been laid up which accounts for the defeats received by the "Y" n their last two sarts, We hope to see the boys back in the game very Boon Odd. Mr. and Mrs Abe Grossman of Elizabeth. N". J„ are Page Ten visiting with their brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman. Mrs. A. Grossman and Mrs. M. Grossman are sisters and Abe and Maurice are brothers, If you get what I mean! and 1 do mean you! ... We are happy u> see our Executive Directors secretary, Miss Margie Roberts, back on the job after an illness, studying up on those Confucius jokes Congrats to our president, Al Pallot. for his splendid efforts in procuring Sam Blank as a Life Member of the Y. M. H. A. p. s. Don't forget to attend •!,,. "Y" Brotherhood Week Rally celebration this Sunday at the "Y" Clubrooms. Brotherhood Greetings Bates Lumber Co. 9202 Nebraska Ave. TAMPA, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings MONUMENT SERVICE STATION Howard and Grand Central Av. TAMPA. FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings E. H. MIT CHELL ROOFING and PAINTING 00. 3918 Florida Are. TAMPA, FLORIDA I %  &f Brotherhood Greetings O and M SERVICE STATION 501 Florida Ave. TAMPA, FLOBD3A Brotherhood Greet WELCH AUTO BODY WORKS 809 3rd st. So. St. Petersburg, Fla. Brotherhood < Ireetings HUDSON AUTO BODY CO. 408 Wtli St. s... St. Petersburg. Pla. Brotherhood Greetings JOES AUTO BODY and PAINT SHOP 800 3rd Ave. So. St. Petersburg. Fla. Brotherhood Greeting! J. W. C A RGELL PLI'MBING Brotherhood Greetings DONEGANS CERTIFIED DAIRY 205 7th Ave. X. st. Petersburg, Fla. Sincere Brotherhood Greetings SUN CAB CO. 108 4th St. So. St. Petersburg, Fla. Brotherhood Greetings ECONOMY MACHINE SHOP 1408 5th Ave. N. St. Petersburg. Fla. 1930 1st Ave., So. St. Petersburg. Fla. Brotherhood Greetings Brotherhood Greetings TRIMBLE'S CONSOLIDATED Growers and Importers MONUMENT WORKS dt' <';c!...|-15 56th Street, So. 1048 4th St. N. St. Petersburg. Fla. St r tersburg. Fla. Brotherhood Greetings Martin's Garage 2710 4th St. No. Ph. 6183 St. Petersburg, Fla. Brotherhood Greetings C. ZTNN and HANSON HOUSE MOVERS Foundations, Steps. Walks Chimneys and Plastering 3535 3rd Ave. So. Ph. 50-755 St. Petersburg, Fla. Brotherhood Greetings HUNT'S DAIRY MILK Quality Counta Store and Home Delivery Haines Rd. Phone 8*872 flt Petersburg, Fla.



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%  T*zt Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, |9< 0 B'NAI B'RITH urn NOTES by Harold Turk. Council News It will be the policy of this column to have members of the R'nai B'rith. who are Chairman of Committees or particularly active in some branch of B'nai B'rith activities, to write and inform the membership through this medium about such activities. To each and every new member of the Monsky Class who were initialed at our recent initiation and ritual Sholcni Lod^e bids yon welcomeIt is with extreme pleasure that we accept you into our ranks. You have helped to increase and swell the size of our organizationXow that you are one of us become active and help to increase our activities and aid in carrying on OUI present activities' We who have been a part of li'nai R'rith fur sometime and have worked for it feel certain that you will enjoy being part of our splendid organization. You can bcyin workiti-r immediately by bringing in at leas) one of your own friends as *a new member. Sholem Lod^e is ever anxious to increase the membership of its lodge because it realizes that in numbers there is strength. Americans All, we are fighting hard to keep oar land free from all differences and retain our democracy, as as well as our rights of citizenry. American Jews at all times have forged forward in aiding their brethren across the seas at thll time more than ever before, American Jewry has seen the need for opening their hearts and pursrs to help sustain the.-e poor unfortunate people 'over there." Miami Section, atwell a* all ConnJunior Had ass ah By Elsie Kronenfeld %  il Sections throughout the United States have answered the call to this need, in their many services of S. rvice to Foreign Horn. The Children's Aid Fund whirh provides subsidise* lion to Refugee Children brought to this country between the ages of 10 to 15, for their education and vocational guidance. This project is under tinsole supervision of the National < Council of Jewish Women, having been invested with that power by the United States Government in l u 3t. I believe that a special vote of thanks is due to those nun of Sholem Lodge and the women of the Ladies Auxiliary who so efficiently and impressively handled the meeting at which the last installation and rituals took place at Temple Israel and also all of the other activities throughout the week in honor of Henry Monsky and the other members of the executive council that were present in our City. All of which is further proof that Sholem Lodge is destined to become one of the outstanding lodges of B'nai B'rith in the .countryLet us continue to expand our efforts in trying to make ill of Sholem Lodge's affairs anl activities outstanding. Our next regular meeting will be held on Tuesday night. February 27. at 8 P.M., at the Evans Hotel on Miami Beach. We expect to see you all there. The Children's Aid luncheon of Miami Section i* being held on Tuesday, February 27th at 1:00 P. M. at the Fvans Hotel Ballroom. Menilicis of Miami Section are urged to make their pledges of $6.00 each before Tuesday and report to Mrs. Irving Kobley, chairman. Non-members are eligible to attend at $2.00 per person. We call on all Miami women and their friends to make your reservations for this luncheon and help ug in earning us much money aifl possible to continue our work in this projest. Brotherhood Greetings MESSENGER & PACKAGE DELIVERY SERVICE 217 3rd St. S. St. Petersburg, Fla. We extend our sincere Brotherhood Greetings JOHNSTONS BROS. FUEL 00. 214.1 Fifth Ave. 9. St. Petersburg, Fla. Mrs. Irving Kobley, chairman, and her following committee: Mrs. Elry Stone. Mrs. Moses Krieger, Hen Frackman, Dora Goldberg, Gertrude Laehs, Leo Upper, William Shayne, Samuel Rosenbloom, Mrs. Friedkin. Mai Dreyer, Morris Alpert. Abe Rubin. Monte Selig, have arranged a delicious luncheon and a floor show (hat will be most entertaining. Leading night club stars will attend. Due to contracts that these stars have, we are not permitted to mention their na s. but, we do promise a beautiful headline show. Mrs. Benjamin I.cYinc, president, and the entire Board of Directors, are asking the entire Miami Community of American Jewish women, to help us in this project of raising as much money as we ran for these poor unfortunate children in helping us to bring them to this country, so that they, loo, can enjoy the rights of living and bringing up as our own children do. Will you all help? At the moment our thoughts turn to last week's issue of the "Floridian" the Brotherhood issue. \\ C like the thoughts that go into the making of Brotherhood Week. We agree fully with its founders—tier ideals are worthy. We need these level and intelligent thoughts in today's whirlpool of unrest. lint thoughts and words alone will n >t be and never have been salvation. The actions of a few are not enougb today. We must remember the relationship lli.U exists between :i majority anil a minority. To a majority one member of a minority is representative of the entire group. The negligence or thoughtlessness of any member of the smaller group leads to the condemnation of I Inentire group. By one misplaced action or word We may cause iron harm than a thousand good deedi %  r words can correctTherefore let iilie careful! Let us look about at our security and seek to preserve it. Let us who have so much ti gain lead the way to brotherli I not so much by speeches and meetings but more by our individual and collective action-. Let us -eek out our neighbors and g*ve them a chance to know US. Let us make friends by being friends! It is with tinthought in mind ili.it uc of Hadassah are trying t> do our part in the work of brother %  I. We pledge ourselves to in good citizens and good neighbors anil bj our actions to continue to merit the respect of our fellow Americans. "due nation indivisible! with liberty .uid jii-tie for all-" The regular meetino of Hadassah will be held this coming Mondav evening at Beth David Talmud Torah. You are cordially invited tattend. Highlights of the meeting will be a quiz contest on Hadassal subjects. Additional Y. M. H. A. NOTES "ARYANIZATION OF LODZ MUST BE COMPLETED, You folks missed one swell basAMSTERDAM ketball game last Wednesday at; < mxoj i\ai, s Homestead. About 14 of the Mi: %  "thor.t.ea have accelerated the amians made the trip to Homemass deport** !" of the 200-01)0 i L Jews from Looz. second 1-nr. stead in two cars, one driven by 7 !" la "Kest ., r, %  i .v. „.v,„.. K,. e t y ln oland, and have taknn AI Reisman and the other by ... lanen • u.fc I. ., measures designed to reducelha. Davis I-ackawitz. Although Man* w nauce the <. entire population of the citv t o ager Low Satan brought along fi F F tne Cll > a rendition of industrial servitude in players the game ended up with the "Y" having but 2 men playpreparation for March I. the date ing in the closing minutes of the ^ ^^ game due to personal fouls. It ^^ ^ was amusing watch ng the \ 9M lineup shrink every few minutes with Milt Weintraub first to go, then Davis Lackawits, then H. Kaut. and finally Jack Rosen. This left but Phil Weintraub and Kenny Kasselman to match their wits set by Chancellor Hitler for the of IXMIZ, it was Formerly the renter of a flour. ishing textile industry and an m. porant purchaser of American cotton, Lodz will be dominated com. pletely by its small German minor. ity, descendants of Saxon and Silesian weavers who settled ther against Rusty s five Mr. and he mWd e of tm? ast centnry Mrs. Sam Spector, she the former | (Continued on Page Seven) president of the Y. W. H. A., and Sam an ardent "Y" member, enter-1 •^^^^^^"^^ !" ^^—^^^^. tained the team and other guests in their lovely residence in Home stead. By the way. eongrajs to Sam on his birthday—sweets? AI! in all everyone had a lot of fun and we can only suggest that if the oceason arises again soot that you folks manage to make the trip and take in the iestivities. Confueious Say: Two Good "Y" Cagers better than Five Rusty Players. Brotheihood Greetings We extend our sincere Brotherhood Greetings RUFF FLORISTS 8158 4th St. X. st. Petersburg, Fla. ATLAS WINDOW CLEANING CO. 645 Central Ave... Ph. 8-3958 Jos. I-. Dufault, Mgr. St. Petersburg, Fla. Sincere Brotherhood Greetings SEARS SUPER SERVICE STATION 300 4th st. So. st. Petersburg, Fla. Brotherhood Greetings Russell Tile Co. Tile Contractors 109 6th St. So. St. Petersburg, Fla. !*" BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS ACE SIGNS, INC. 1024 Fifth, Avenue, No. 0. D. "Jerry" .lette. General Manager ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA f SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Boyett Roofing & Sheet Metal Works 1045 4lli Street, So. ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS STEWART WARNER Sales and Service SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS RHODES FUNERAL HOME John S. Rhodes. Inc. Ambulance •35 Fourth Street, No. Phone 5155 ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA An extra radio gives more enjoyment in living EWIN RADIO CO. 411 Ninth Street, So. Phone 8423 ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS CROSSTOWN PAINT & TOP SHOP 925 10th St., No. St. Petersburg, Fla. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Carburetor Service & Equipment Co 426 9th St. No. St. Petersburg, Fla. a i *4 V K*



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-€) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 6-'< Mlchlfiftfl Avenue 'Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Michigan Avenue •Phone 5-2013 FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM "Thy G-ds.'i will bo the subject .if this Friday night's lecture by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Maur.ce Mamches will lead the congregational singing. Doors open at 8:00 P.M. Service starts promptly at 8:30. Come early to obtain a seat. BAR MITZVA The Bar Mitzva ceremony at Louis Schenker's induction into Jewish manhood W11 take place during the Sabbath morning services. The Rabbi will address the boy after his Bar Mitzva speech. MELAVBH MAIKEH A Melaveh Malkeh in honor of Grand Rabb I. 11. Taub. the "Madzitser Rebbe." will be held Satur day r.ght at 8:0(1 V. M. MINNIONAIRES Our Minnionairea will conduct ttr ir Sunday morning Minyin at 0:00 A. M. Leonard Merl n will .1.'liver the Bermonette Mis. MerI'n is contributing this week's communal breakfast. The Rabbi will discuss "Th" Siddur Prayers." All bays. 13 to 18, are invited. The Minnionairea nteet each Wclr.cs day at 7:30 P. M. BEACH MIZRACHI u The Mizrachi Women's Organ!zat on of Miami Beach will conduct a Bridge Party at the Tides Hotel March fithWednesday afternoon at 1:00 P. M. Tickets on sale from off ces or at the synagogue. ELEVENTH ANNUAL PURIM BALL Tickets to our Purim Ball are already on sale. A splendid floor show is being engaged for the night. The ball will be held March 24th, Sunday night, at the Florid an Hotel at 9:30 P. M. CANTOR'S CONCERT Cantor Maurice Manches will present his annual concert starring himself ajid a number of musical celebrities on Sunday night, March 31st. HABANOTH Habanoth meet each Thursday evening at V:0O P. M. at the synagogue The Habanoth Pur'm enter ta nment will lie held this year Sunday evening, March 17th. WELCOME We welcome Rabbi Dr. I a/.ar SchoJlfield. father in-law of OUT Rabb : into our community, wshing him a pleasant and healthful -•ay. Rrol lii'i'lioiul (ri'petinpts Weirs Cleaners 14(M) Franklin TAMPA. FLORIDA AFFILIATED ORGANIZATIONS A. Z. A. meets Sunday evenings at 7:30 P. M. Boy Scouts meet Tuesday night at 8:00 P. M. Jr. Pioneer Women and Young Judeans meet Thursday nights at 8:00 P.M. I'i neer Women meet every other; Wcdnsday night. Council of Jwish Juniors meet every other Tuesday night at 8:00 P. M. Courses in adult English are given by the C iuncil of Jewish Women every Monday and Wednesday from 8 to 9:30 P. M. MiaM Beach Mizrachi meets the first Saturday night of each Jewish month—March 9th will be their next meeting and Melaveh Malkeh. Our Sisterhood meets the fist Monday night of each month. CONGRATULATIONS We congratulate Mr. Milton Manuel Malter and M.ss Mollie Sc haves on their impending marriage. The wedding ceremony will take place at the Beth Jacob Synagogue at 1 P. M Sunday. PROMINENT RABBI VISITS MIAMI BEACH Rabbi Ix'on J. Risikoff, spiritual leader of the Congregation "Aitz Chaim" in Brooklyn, Chaplain of the SanitaC on Department of the City of New York, and the executive vice chairman of the Jewish Minsters of America, with his wife, are spending their vacation at the President Hotel, in Miami BeachRabbi Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate. Brotherhood Greetings; CHECKER TRANSFER SERVICE Local and Long Distance 1109 Florida Ave. TAMPA. FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings PLATT ST. FLORAL SHOP •Jus w. Plati St. TAMPA. FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings L. C. PORTER AUTO PAINTING and BODY WORKS M>. r > 7th Ave. TAMPA, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings CLARKS AUTO PARTS 13th St. and 3rd Ave. TAMPA, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings MERCURY PRINTING CO. !U4'^ Franklin TAMPA, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings SUNSHINE SERVICE STATION 3301 Bay to Bay Blvd. TAMPA, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings Epply's Garage 116 Packwood Ave. TAMPA, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings YEATS GARAGE and WRECKAGE SERVICE 412 Howard Ave. TAMPA, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings W..S. Sparkman Tax Assessor ('ourthonse TAMPA. FLORIDA PAGE FIVH — i %  I I Rabbi Risikoff accepted the invitation extended to him by Rabbi Manuel Greenstein to address his Congregation at West Palm Beach, Fla. Rabbi Risikoff is a prominent figure in the American Jewish Rabbinate, a famed orator and Hebrew scholar, and known in social and political circles. Brotherhood Greetings NELSON SERVICE STATION 43rd and Lake Ave. TAMPA, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings CHARLES BAUGHMAN BRAKE SERVICE 206 Florida TAMPA. FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings J. W. YOUNG and CO. BOX MANUFACTURERS 241.") X. Albany TAMPA. FLORIDA Bn.therlKM.il Greetings Tampa Baking Co 4301 Florida Ave. TAMPA, FLORIDA — I Brotherhood Greetings EAST SIDE SHEET METAL WORKS All Kinds of Sheet Metal Work Barrett Approved Roofers 1309 22nd St. TAMPA, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings JACK SHEPPARD STORAGE GARAGE 1407 S. Howard Ave. TAMPA. FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings MIRABELLA FISH MARKET Wholesale Foot Platt St. Bridge TAMPA, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings BAIN MOTOR SERVICE 401 Jackson TAMPA, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings TAMPA SHEET METAL WORKS, INC. 1102 Grand Central TAMPA, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings ZACK ST. AUTO SERVICE 113 Zack Street TAMPA, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings PAPER SERVICE CORP. 122 X.12th TAMPA. FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings POLAR ICE and COLD STORAGE CO. 939 5th Street TAMPA, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings GEORGE E. WILLIAMS GARAGE 3712 Florida Ave. TAMPA, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings Selz Brokerage Co. 103^ Zack TAMPA, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings Tampa Theatre 711 Franklin TAMPA. FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings Wm. W. Jones Co. 906 Whiting St. TAMPA. FLORIDA i



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ff>age Nine THS JEWISH FLORIDIAM FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1910 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, president of the Y. W. H. A., announces that her group will hold a general meeting on Wednesday, February 28th. 8:30 P. M. The meeting w.ll be followed by a musical program by children performers. Everyone is cordially invited. turn out en masse to hear this adj dress. The date is March 1st. Everyone is invited. Former Governor Dave Sholtz encee of Christiana and Jews and will be the principal speaker Suni serves to re-enforce the basic day evening, February 25, at 8:30 I American ideal of liberty of conscio'clock when the Y. M. H. A. will en c e and to create a better underobserve BrotherhoodWeek at its standin( bcwteen Christians aad clubrooms. Mr. Maurice GrossT „,,. ,. Jews. This program is free to the man, our executive director, has arranged an excellent program aspublic R0 P ,eaM conw ealIv and ssted by Dr. Samuel Beckman, i b e assured of a comfoitable seat. chairman of the Cultural Committee. At a special election meeting In addition to former Governor h( |(1 agt W c