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

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

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

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VOL. 13No. 9.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1940
Poland Announces New
Compulsory Labor Laws
NEW RESTRICTIONS IN NAZI
POLAND; BAN HEBREW
TEACHING IN RED
POLAND
Amsterdam (WNS).Jews and
Poles were reduced to virtual slave
status with the establishment in
Warsaw of a special Nazi agency
to draft Jews and Poles alike for
compulsory labor in Germany, it
was reliably rei>orted here-
Nazi authorities are planning to
send approximately 120,000 persons
from Nazi-held Poland to the inter-
ior of Germany, the report stated.
Ten trainloads of drafted Jews and
Poles leave Nazi Poland daily for
various parts of Germany.
It was reported also that Nazi
luthorities in Poland have divided
the Polish population into four clas-
ifications: Jews. Polish, intelli-
[intsia, Polish workers and Polish
:asants. Nazis inflict a different
and of torture on each category,
.will the Jews being the chief suf-
ferers.
k Reports persisted meanwhile that
the German Government has decid-
ed definitely to send all Jews from
Germany, the Protectorate of Bo-
hemia and Moravia and other parti
of Nazi-dominated Poland to the
Lublin reservations and to expatri-
ate from the Lublin area the Polish
population.
The same source stated that ycl-
Ipw ration cards have been Intro*
need for Jews in Poland. In Cra-
cow. Jews received only one-quar-
ter oi a pound of bread daily while
on-lew- are given half a pound-
roughout Poland Jews receivel
aller rations than their non-Jew-
neighbors.
Raiding of Jewish homes contin-
s unabated with appeals to the
[olicc for protection unavailing,
niforincd Nazis raid Jewish homes
any time of the day or night and
bfiscate what little food may be
k the hoti-e.
GOLDMAN FORGED
F TO CANCEL ADDRESS
Nazis Push
Ghetto Plan
PRICE 10 CENTS
U. S. Supervision
Permitted In Poland
NAZIS PUSH LUBLIN
GHETTO PLAN
Stockholm (WNS)The Nazi
Government has no intention of
abandoning its plans to establish a
ghetto in the I.ublin Reservation in
Central Poland, it was learned here-
One thousand Jewish men and
women have arrived in Lublin from
Northern Germany, mainly from
towns along the Baltic, and thous-
ands more are expected within the
next few months.
The I.ublin Reservation now
houses 6,000 Jews and the Nazis are
believed to be planning to rajse the
figure to at least 50.000 by Summer-
Virtually the entire Jewish popula-
tion of Stettin and Koenigsberg
have been deported to the ".ghetto"
and Jews from other parts of Ger-
many's llaltic coast are expected to
join them shortly.
The Nazi Pylish newspaper, Nowy
Kurjer Warszawski, (reported that
thousands of the Jews from West-
ern Polish provinces incorporated in
the Reich had arrived in Warsaw,
having left their homes to avoid
deportation to Lublin. These Jews
are easily recognized since they are
compelled to wear yellow spots on
their back-.
NAZI GOVERNMENT AGREES
FINALLY TO PERMIT U. S.
RELIEF SUPERVISION
IN POLAND
Washington (WNS).American
pressure was seen in the sudden
about face of the Nazi Government
in agreeing to permit the American
Red Cross to supervise the distribu-
tion of rel'ef supplies in the Qouv-
ernment-General of Poland.
The American Red Cross here re-
ceived a letter from Hans Thomsen.
German Charge d'Affaires. confirm-
ing details of the supplementary
agreement, permitting American re-
presentatives into the Gouvernment
General of -Poland, which was
reached in Berlin earlier in the
week.
The new Nazi decision came as
a surprise here because of previous
refusals on the part of the German
Government to allow Red Cross re-
presentatives to enter Poland. Re-
cently, former President Herbert
Hoover and Senator Arthur H.
Yandenberg of Michigan appealed
to President Roosevelt to intercede
with the Nazi Government in behalf
of the various relief organizations.
Nazi refusal in the past to permit
American supervision of relief in
Poland had caused interminable de-
lay in the shipment of American
supplies to Poland. Both the
American Red Cross and the Ameri-
can Commission for Polish Relief,
Inc. had held up their shipments
fearing that the Nazis would diver:
the supplies for their own use
Italy Ignores Pleas,
Moves to Enforce Program
Chamberlin Scorns
Hitler "Peace Plan"
CHAMBERLAIN BARS PEACE
WITH HITLER
London (WNS).-I)escribing Hit-
ler as a leader "who could no more-
be trusted by his own people than
by foreign governments," Prime
Minister Neville Chamberlain de-
clared last week that the Allies were
fighting "for freedom of individual
conscience and freedom of religion
against persecution wherever it may
be found." The Prime Minister
stated that no peace could be signed
with Germany until Hitler was re-
moved from power.
Chamberlain's speech was inter-
rupted several times by supporters
of Sir Oswald Mosley. British anti-
Semitic Fascist leader.
JEWISH PLEAS OF NO AVAIL
AS ITALY MOVES TO EN-
FORCE ANTI-SEMITIC
PROGRAM
REPORT NAZI AUTHORITIES
PREPARING TO FINE CZECH
ONE BILLION MARKS
Rome (WNS)New legislation
placing restrictions on Jews in the
professions was scheduled to go
into effect on February 29. all ap-
peals to the Italian Government by
leaders of the Jewish communities
having been rejected.
The legislation lists professions in
three distinct classifications: (1)
"regular." in which Jews arc barred
entirely; (2) professions in which
"privileged" Jews may practice:
'.') "special" professions in which
unprivileged Jews may practice on-
ly for Jewish clients.
"Privileged" Jews are exempt
from the anti-Semitic legislation be-
cause of their war records or other
service to the State. The "unpri-
vileged" Jews are forbidden to ac-
cept non-Jewish clients except in
emergency cases such as urgent me-
dical services.
Since Italy's Jewish population ia
only 32,000, many Jewish profes-
sionals will have to discontinue
London (WNS).Nazi newspap-
ers have launched a new campaign
against Czech Jews, demanding that ,l,e'r practice- The new measures
a fine of one billion marks ($400.- 'prohibit non-Jews from seeking the
(100,000) be imposed on Jews living services of "underprivileged" Jew-
m Bohemia and Moravia, it was ie ish professional men but does not
ported here- prevent Jews from engaging non-
Kditorials in the Nazi press )ews-
charge that, during tin JO-year ex- I More than 10.000 Italian Jews
istence of the Czech Republic, the have petitioned the Government for
lews ruined the e nomic life of
the Sudeten Germans and should be
nade to pay for it.
"privilege" status but the great ma-
jority of them have not as yet re-
ceived replies to their petitions.
Plain Talk -- Alfred Segal
---------- j Yet 1 have lived to see a nation Christianity. A great spiritual ideal
TO AN APPLICANT I called Christian excelling the Turks being destroyed is more a cause for
A non-Jew writes that he wints1'" mas-acre, though I must be sorrow than the destruction of peo
to take up Judaism and how to go mindful that modern mechanisms pie- The processes of nature will
about it-
"The current persecution of Jews
had made me a-inmcd of being
viiri-t.in and in expiation I should
like to take up the burden ot the
Jew."
Well -ir. I -ay no! Wire I the
rabbi to whom you came tot ,
el l > i I would re;,i iC y >U ... I u i --
sion t.j the House oi Israel, i would
have contributed much to making keep on producing more people-
massacres more efficient and whole-1 So 1 feel that a fine Christian
Machine guns automatic spirit like yourself must be saved
EMINENT MINISTER
TO VISIT HERE
rifles
all that.
not absorbed and lost. It must be
John Haynes Holmes. Minister of
the Community Church of Xew
York City, and recently judged th,
most tolerant man in America- will
1 remember, too, how the consci- allowed to stand as a bit of light .be in Miami on March 5 and 0. He
ence of Christianity revolted m the world. It may-come to pass comes especially to preach the In-
agatnst what the links were doing thai m tin fullness of time a spirit ..oil.,.: .. c i n
to the Ann,,,,..,,-. I, warmed my like yours and others like it ma" S,-'"'U"" *""'" :" ,,,t" Ins"-
young heart to know that I was Hv- be like tlu oil that remained in tin- """ of ,hc Reverend Joseph Barth,
ing m ., moral order that wouldn't lamps of the lewish temple that Minister of the Firsl Unitarian
le.l.v.-i frankly that C.....tiaiis are tolerate thai sort of thing. My old- had been profaned. (We celebrate Church of Miami which take- plac<
.i.i'iiv needed in the world thai er heart gets cold with fear a- I our Hanukkah on thai account.)
Coming a- a great d sappointment
| to local Jewry was the announcc-
kient released by the Greater Mi-
[ami Ziionist District that Soloman
[Gold,nan, president oi the Zionist
Organization of America was forced
Ito cancel his scheduled address here
[last Thursday evening- Reputed
[to be a brilliant orator Miamians
'had received news of his appear
n,-, with great enthusiasm.
The local district expended every
feffort to have Dr. Goldman fly here
[after original plans were changed
but because of pressing needs of
[his personal attention to several un-
expected matters on the Palestine
[situation that arose, he was unable
Ito do so.
it ei.i afford to 1<-.- even one. observe that today's massacres have
V-.ii appear to be a C i j Chris-[.caused only a slight react'on I
Christian revulsion.
tian.
i he Gent lc nations
ire (loin.
horribly. The Jviazi massacres
Butcher) has become a common-
placi ; li-it one notices only casual-
ly a- In look- a: hi.....1 on In- i.n-
Poland certainly are a denial oi
[everything that ha- to do with ger cut by a "paring knife!
Christ. (Only this morning in a
Nazi propaganda leaflet I read a
speech oi I r. Han- Borchers, Ger
iiian Consul General, in which he
-is that he is no pagan but
goes to a German-language ciiurch
j in .New York every Nmdiv.)
The Russians are altogether ] a-
gan and do their first-degree mur-
-;... v at the Alcazar HoUl on March .-
M.iv v_.in-ti.in. .Not |hal a spirit
like yours wouldn't adorn Judaism. Following evening at Tempi,
We.lew- an- so worried ,ih.-a, self- Israel. I >r. Holmes will deliver a
defense thai we are quite forgetting I public address on the subject- I-
our mherace a- light-givers. Bj ( Civilization Worth Saving'
ih< : rc< ul circumstances we have
Si you -ee. my clear -ir. that
Christianity is sometl ng to he
troubled about. I don't think Iti-
dai-ni i- a- badly oi,' .,- Christian-
ity, .lews will perish hut Judaism
will keep on heiiiK the gleam of
light that one leu will hand down
to another and. somehoWi after a
Icring in Finland as objectively fts """ared years Jews, 1 guess. will
butchers laying their hands to th
morning kill- (At least for the
Russians it may be said tha; they
make no pretense of being church-
goers.)
W hen I mas much younger I
used to be thankful that 1 lived in a
Christian world and that Turks
were secluded in one small corner
of it. At that time Turks were
massacring Armenians and my
youthful theory was that Turk-
were so blood-thirsty because they
bi e a people vvii... ,,,, ,..
sciousness i- that which our pain
provide-. ( Hir talk i- all oi perse-
cution and we are scarcely aware
oi being the bearers of light. \\ ,
seek the obscurity of the dark side
of the street-
I think it might be to the benefit
,1 Judaism to have a fine spirit like
yours. You might come to us with
something of your Christian evan-
gel, sm to fire our hearts which to-
be found meeting on the ordained
holiday to celebrate the Ten Com- ,
..undents. Or, on the ordained oc- ''.'V, F*A *?, (';'rk ""'', fe"f" ur
casions. they will be reading from ^''*''''',',' T'" ,U' betaWe "' i]-
Claiming superior merits for luda- '' '" T'S Uewsi "'*
their pr.ii.hei-. V' \- ,. tears. A visit to the svnauomie
Not that I am any chauvinist (,, leave- a lew more rfchten I
am; 1 mean to say that Judaism lh, ever ;ilu.r ,,t. has h l /|
.s not on tlu spot as Christianity -Trmon
Tuda/am" "' "" ",C gP<>1 bUt ^l Anther reason whv >'" "
"'. ... want you to become a lew is that
Christianity ,- being take for a you might he disappointed in lews-
ride by armed gangsters. Some- You probably believe in the solid
- ......*** fH"",s>.'vi .>. ,"'.m i never had the benefits of Christian- times I feel like calling on all peo- ity of Jews, since you have often
">' I I'le of good will to go and save (Continued on Page Pour)
For years Dr. Holmes name has
appeared on lists of the best ten
preachers in America, and in litx ral
religious circles has been consider
ed an outstanding leader. N, ted
for his brilliant and determined de-
fense of ethical principles, he was
the -pearhead of pacifist resistance
to the war spirit and to the last war
itself. Never during his career has
he condoned the slaughter of his
brethren, cither for greedy or pa-
ir otic reasons. Friend ,.f Ghandi
ol India whom he griatly admires
is a man of practical Christian ac-
tion. In helices in using th,
methods of active nun-resist, in e
which Ghandi finds so successful.
This is John Haynes Holmes first
trip to Florida.


f AM TWO
THE /SWISH FLOBIDIAH
FRIDAY, MARCH 1, imo

SOCIAL ACTIVITIES.
WEDDING NUPTIALS
PERFORMED
The marriage of Mrs. Mary
Cohen to Mr. Morris Greenberg
was held Monday afternoon in the
presence of their immediate friends.
Kabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated.
A reception followed the ceremony.

YOUNG JUDAEA
ELECTS OFFICERS
Tlu- Herbert S. Lehman Chapter
1 i the Young Judaea which meets
every Thursday evening at the Beth
Jacob Synagogue. recently held
election of officers. Jerry Gold*
hagen was elected president; Hill
Stein, vice president; Monroe Gil-
bert treasurer; Mona Rubin, re-
, rding secretary; Muriel Ausland*
er. corresponding secretary; Bea-
trice Schultnan anil Mona Rubin.
Ml!-.
* *
TO LAUNCH
CAMPAICN
Kabbi Max Shapir Beth J iav
C01 rill launch the
I Jewisl
enii .
EBiSSB<<-Sgasg5%
TA3LE PADS
Washable Waterproof
Made To Order (t ft t p
\- LOW As P^I4i)
3-Day Special Sale
Bring Size of Half of Your Ta-
ble and Save Agent's Commis-
sion.
AMERICAN TABLE PAD
1786 S. W. Eighth St.
Phone 3-3272
TO ADDRESS
FORUM
Kabbi Aaron Teitclbaum, well
known in this country and abroad
as one of (he founders and an ac-
tive worker of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee and the Central Re-
lief Committee, will be the guest
speaker at the Fridaj night Forum
of the Beth Jacob Congregation of
Miami Beach at 8:30 I'M- His
subject will be '"Our Palestine".
Kabbi Moses Mescheloff will in-
troduce tlu speaker. The public i-
n\ iled- .,

ENTERTAIN
AT DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scheucr en-
tertained ..t dinner Thursday even-
ing at tin' Roney Plaza Hotel and
had as their guest Edward Everett
Horton of Hollyu.....I. California,
ivho i- -:.irr:n_ in tin theatrical pro-
duction "'Springtime for Henry."

LECTURES TO
BE GIVEN
Mr. rd ( faculty
' i
ker last Saturd
. :
-
Mental II. ilth".
irch 9th, Kabb
nan A. Zwitman of Temple Israel
trill address the group on the
epts ol Time in the work of Thorn*
.- Mann". All are welcome. There
s no charge.
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
MARRIAGE
M1ZRACHI
TO MEET
The regular meeting of the Mens'
and Women- Divisions of the Mi*
imi Beach Mierachi will be held
Saturday evening -it the Beth Jacob
Synagogue at 8:30 P.M. Rabbi
Varan Teitelbaum will be the guesl
speaker. Dr. B. De Koven, presi-
dent will preside. An interesting
ram will be presented. The
public i- invited t" attend.

SISTERHOOD
TO MEET
The Beth Jacob Sisterh.....I "ill
hold it- monthly meeting Monday
night at 8 P.M. at the Beth Jacob
Synagogue when reports of the new
111 iect and other activities will be
heard. Kabbi Moses Mescheloff
will speak and Cantor M
Mamches will pre <\ ide the 11 ui< al
n igi a

BANQUET TO
IE HELD
Tin I'. ipl( '. 1
ed er I ly I -' and
r tin rp< si
r I
\id S
ir the
7 I'.M a I
r Hoi Ad*
ill be twi dollars
and I eket may I
taint from mi .it the ho-
tel. Members of the executive com-
mittee who are in charge of ar-
in!- are Messrs. Max Kron-
stadt, \. w York : Counsels r J
I.. Tepper, Washington; Dr. Alex
Mucdoni. well known writer; \l
Chanin, educational director of the
IS HELD
The marriage of Miss Ruth-Jano-
wit/ to Hyman Ostrofsky was held
Tin -day afternoon at the office ol
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff wl 0 of-
fie atcd.

WOMEN'S MIZRACH1
HOLD PARTY
The Miami II. ..eh branch of the
Women's Mizrachi will hold a cud
party at the Tide- Hotel Wednes-
day aften.....11 at 1 ;30 P.M. Tick-
ets may be purchased from mem-
bers -r at th, Beth
gogue- All members
arc IIreed t" attend
Jacob Syna-
and friends
ARBEITER RING
TO MEET
The I ir.. Her Miami Arbeitcr Ring
descent Institution will have a
me.tin- Thursday, 8 30 P.M..
- 7 \\ ashingti n \\ c
: discuss
:- to further
w rk,
*
EN ITRTAIN
AT PARTY
Macht of

day ,-,.:
the Wl Motel cch
Ichild.
Mr. and Mr-

in. Mr. and Mrs, Herman
Schherr. Mr. and Mrs. Sol K
bloom and Mr. and Mrs. A. Hoff*
berger, Mi and Mrs S
Hi : 1 l>e r- er Collins,
all of Baltin 1. ; Mi -. I ssie Men-
HOW MY FAMILY LOVE?
THESE KOSHER ,
BAKED BEANSL
\\ ashingti in. 11. C. ; Mr-.
Etta Kanoi -. Staten Island, Xcu
V rk Mr. and Mr- Morris Rubin.
Workmen s Circle; l-.phrami Can an >. ., .. ,, ,. ..
, ., ,, Mr- :""' Nfr-. Harry Rubin of M-
ol the Morning (ournal o( Brook- ......
mw
They're PAREVE, tee
App,ov.J by THE UNION OF
ORTHODOX JEWISH
CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA
Th* sec/ of approval (Q) on the front of f he label
Serve a dish that everybody lovesHEINZ VEGETARIAN
BEANS. They're oven-baked, of course then crowned
with a crimson tomato sauce. The best seller in every kosher
delicatessen store and grocery store, catering to Jewish trade.
HEINZ FOODS
ly 11; David Abraham-, execul
the Vmerican Jewish Congress;
Joseph Margoshes, Morning Jour-
nal; Jacob Kissenbaum, journalist;
Jacob Cason, Akron. Ohio; and
Meyer Wolff "i Atlantic City. Fur
ther detail- will be published in a
lat< 1 issue.
*
TO HOLD
BANQUET
Greater Miami Workmen's Circle
Branch 692 will hold a banquet in
honor of Mr. X. Chanin. Educa-
tional Director of the Workmen's
Circle, who i- here for a short \i-it.
The banquet will be held at the
Tel-Avh Restaurant, 451 Collins
Vve.. Miami Beach, Saturday.
March 2. at 8:00 P.M. For.reser-
vations call 2-8336 or 5-7696.
.All members and friends are urged
to attend
ami.
RIDE THE
FLORIDA
SUNBEAM
COMPLETELY
AIR-CONDITIONED
1ST* AT YOU TAIL! RPR TO YEARS
FINE SADDLE HORSES
Special Riding Instruction
Moonlight Rides
Riding from 7 A. If. to 3:30 P. M.
North Miami Riding Academy
13375 X. E. Sth Ave. Phone 7-2022
WOLPERT'S
FURNITURE*
BARGAINS!
We Refure To Be Undersold"
155 W. FLAGLER ST.
PHOHL 3 4132
THE SHORT-CUT
to Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga,
Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland
and Detroit.
Lv. Miami 7iOO P.M.
Through sleeping cart for
Chicago, Cleveland and De-
troit. Through coach to Detroit.
Direct route from Florida via
Hampton.
Travel in comfort and safety
at low cost-in coach** and
Pullman cars. Lounge car,
dining car.
Comult T. W. luckert, A. O. A.
1731. Nagl.r St..Ml.m|, Phon. 3 -83M
"BOARD RAILWAY
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SY
MtWVOSm CENTRAL S
AUXILIARY
MEETS
The Ladies. Auxiliary of r.'nai
B'ritli held their regular meeting
Tuesday evening at the home of
Mrs. Samuel Blank. Follow inn .1
short business meeting a social hour
followed Mrs. Isaac Levin ;
ed.

ENGAGEMENT
ANNOUNCED
The engagement of M .. g
Blumenfield, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Blumenfield of
Beach to Moe Kurman. son
and Mrs. Mike Kurman. being
announced by her parents.
Blumenfield was graduated
high sch.d in Springfield.
and rc.cn ed nur-e'- trail!
Sydenham's in New York Mr.
Kurman i- associated in bu-.ii
here. The wedding will tal
May 8th.
AT MIAMI STORE ONLY
*ze9j
MIAMI AND THE BEACH
Personalized
3 INITIAL
TUMBLERS
8 for 1.29
Sham bottom safe-edge
tumblers of clear crystal
in choice of 4Vg-oz. Fruit
Juice, 6-oz. Old Fashion-
ed, 9y2-oz. Soda or U-Oft
Hi-Ball or Ice Tea Tum-
blers. Cutting done while
you wait.
BURDINE'S MIAMI ST0R&
STREET FLOOR
e-


FRIDAY, MARCH 1 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
+ 1..
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BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, R.ibbl
6U" Mii-htpan Avenue
'Phone 6-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
710 Ml<-h)K;in Avenue
'Phone i-aui3
Council News
FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM
"Our Palestine" will be the sug-
jecl "i our ^iii-t speaker, Rabbi
Aaron Teitelbaum at this week's
Friday night service. Rabbi Teitel-
baum lias recently arrived ironi
Palestine, ami will give us an up-
to-the-minute report of the latest
developments in Eretz Yisroel.
Welcome this noted speaker.
TWO BAR M1TZVAS
Alvin Charles Atlass ami Andrew
Alter Gcller, gcandson of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kornbulm of
Boro Park will become Bar Mit/vas
this week. They will both read the
prophetic portion ami deliver ad-
dresses at this Saturday morning's
services. Kabbi Maniches w II chant
the services-
GUEST RABBIS
Kabbi I. Zelker will preach dur-
ing the morning services. Rabbi
M. Goldman of Palestine will de-
liver a sermon at 4:30 I'M. The
public i- invited to hear these two
famous rabbis.
MIZRACHI MEETING AND
MELAVEH MALKEH
A meeting ol especial interest will
1><- held by. tin Miami Beach Mia-
rachi men and women at our syna-
gogue tin- Saturday night- Guest
speaker will be Kabbi A. Teitel-
baum. Also on the program are
Kabbi Iir. I.. Schonfeld Kabbi S.
Sadowsky, and others. Noted can-
tors will sine;. Refreshments will
be served. F.vcryone is cordially
invited to attend.
MINNIONAIRES
yOur mjnnionaires will meet for
their regular Sunday morning serv-
ice at 9:00 A.M. A sernionette
will be preached by one of the boys.
A communal breakfast will be serv-
ed by the Sisterhood. Rabbi Mesch-
eloff will continue his discourse of
the "Siddur'". Boys between the
ages of 13 and 18 are invited. Their
regular meeting is held Wednesday
at 7:30 PM.
VISITING CANTOR GIVES
CONCERT
The famous young cantor-compos-
er, Schmuliki and his brother
Berele Kelemer will present a con-
cert this Sunday evening at the
synagogue- For a musical treat at-
tend this music-fest-
SISTERHOOD MEETS
Our Sisterhood will hold it- regu-
lar monthly meeting Monday night
at the synagogue- All members
and fr.tnds are invited. Discussion
of our latest project to equip the
classrooms with heating facilities
will take place. A cultural and mu-
sical program will be followed by
refreshments. Mr-. I'.. II. London
will preside-
SR. HABANOTH
Our Sr. Habanoth will meet Mon-
day night at 7:30 P.M. The new
Habanoth uniforms are ready for
d.stribution. Plans for the Purim
entertainment to be held Sunday
night, March 17th. together with
the Jr. Habanoth. will be discussed.
\ musical comedy, "Esther" is be-
ing prepared for presentation at
that time. Mrs. Mcscheloff is the
sponsor. Girls between the ages i
14 and 17 are inv ited to j< > it.
JR. HABANOTH
The Jr. I labanoth, a m wly form-
d group >l 11 and 1 I. w ill meet Thill sdav
night at 7 :(HI P.M. under til, -
-or.-lnp of Mi-. II. Kelemer. I ej
aie preparing a litiniorous playlet
for pre-i it tat ion at the 1 laban ith
Purim F.ntertainiuenl to be held at
our synagogue Sunday night,
March 17th. Tickets are now on
-ale.
PURIM BALL
Ticket- are now on -ale lor our
eleventh annual I'uriin Ball to be
held Sunday night, March 24th. at
the Floridian Hotel. An outstand-
ing floorshow and evening of enter-
tainment are guaranteed-
CANTORS CONCERT
Cantor Maurice Maiuche- will
resent his annual concert Sunday
light, March 31- A rich program
>f instrumentalists and vocalists is
>eing arranged. Tickets are now
on sale.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
The following took part in this
Sunday morning's assembly : Rich-
rd Lev in. Katherine Rothinaii. Jer-
ome Witt. Irma Schwartz, and
Marilyn Goodman. The school is
brushing up on a full repertoire of
Purim song- which will be added to
the remainder oi the Purim Enter-
tainment to be given by the School
Sunday afternoon, March 24th-
M aim Section is happy :. report
and thankful to the one hundred
and fifty ladies Who attended our
Children's Aid Fund Lunchei n on
Tuesday, February 27th at the
Evans Hotel Ballroom- We also
want to publicly thank The Evans
Brothers for their kindness and the
splendor of the luncheon thai the)
served. Mr-. Irving Kobley, Chair-
man of Children's Aid and her com-
mittee worked unselfishly and
Strenuously to make the afternoon
the success il was both socially and
financially. Miss Gertrude Pinsky,
National Staff Worker of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
gave the main address on Children's
Aid and brought out the point that
"Council members throughout the
In led States and their friends
have reah/ed the responsibility lo
lite children in the oppressed coun-
tries by giving of their lime and
money to help bring these children
to the United States- That there
s hope that in |he mar future the
National Council of Jewish Women
might be able to bring over abnt-t
10, KX) children." Rabbi Colman A
Z wit man stressed the point that
the "new gadget of selectiv ity w i-
in the National Council of lev -
W omen being sell cud a- tin
diaii mother- for persecuted chil-
dren from Central Europe."
Mrs. Benjamin l.eVine, Presi-
dent, gave a greeting front the Sec
lion stressing the point of th<
Miami Section, that the Board of
Directors had set a goal of r**l mvv
members for the year lV-KJ and
urged that visitor's spending llu
school year here a- well as resi-
dents of Miami join the Section and
help us in carrying out the program
that we have set forth as a Council
Section..
The musical program was render-
ed by Jacob and Isadore Latinier,
eleven and nine years of age. Mr.
Bob Leers vocalist and Mrs. Ben
Hochenberg dramatist, who former-
ly taught leading stage screen and
radio artists of today.
REFUO SHLAYMO
We wish a speedy and complete
recovery to Mr. A. Cohen recuper-
ating at the Miami Beach Hospital.
We are glad lo hear thai Mr. A. .1
Tobin is improving nicely- May
God grant them both a Refuo
Shlaymo.
SOCIETY
OPEN BRANCH
HERE
Mr. Herman E- Meyers and the
M; < rt Brothers of New York ('it.
ami I ar i\' n-k.iw ay i .i the Pai 1
Wist Memorial Chapel, have an
! mnred the < ipening i if a bran :l
in Miami where they will he bcttei
able to serve this area as they haw
for the past leu years with Mr
Meyers in charge- Mr. Meyer;
will also have this branch under his
personal direction. They have been
established for the past fifty year
and have one of the large-t chapel
ill New York City. They may Ik
reached locally by phoning 3-3737.

AWARDED
TROPHY
Philip Semoure Optner, -on o
Mrs. Ida Optner. received the l.ipt
man Memorial Trophy awarded t-
the member affiliated with the mnsl
campus activities by tie Alpha I. it
Chapter of the Phi Epsilon Pi fra-
tcniity. The trophy was awarded
Saturday evening at a banquet gi\
en at tlie home of Mr. and Mrs.
Stewart Allen Cohen at which time
'he eleventh anniv er-:i ry of the
chapter was celebrated.
Philip, the fir-i t., receive the
on. r of hav ins hi- name inscribed
on this trophy, has ],,,,, a number
o( the fraternity for the past three
years; varsity manager of .the Hur-
ricanes; participated in Radio and
Dramatics for the radio; a membei
of the University Box'ng Team; a
member of the Vigilanc< commit-
The regular meeting of Miami
Section will be held Wednesday.
March Oth. at 2 P.M.. at the Evans
Hotel Ballroom with Mrs. Harry
Barnhard who has just returned
from Washington attending the
15th conference on Cause and Cere
of War giving her report and Mrs-
Ben Meyers will speak on local,
state and national legislation fol-
lowed by a musical p..gram. Nom-
ination committee for the election
of officials for the ear 19-KM1 will
be appointed and approved. We
urge all Coun.i! members and
friends to be with us Wednesday
March 6th.
tee; won the 125 lb. wrestling bout
in the inter mural activities; has
Served as corresponding secretary
of this chapter and has maintained
a goo,l scholastic average in .: ..1.
Arthur Wei--, a freshman was
awarded the Wcnuiek Memorial
Trophy and twenty-five dollar- in
ea-h for having the best scholasl
record the first semester. Second
prize of leu dollars was awarded
tt> Jack Freedman, another fresh-
man,
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SERIES OF
PARTIES HELD
Numerous parlies have been held
at the Blackstone. Clinton ami Bel-
vedere Hotels for tn~e benefit of the
National Children's Convalescent
Home of Coral Gables, The regu-
lar meeting of the Children's Con-
valescent Home members will be
held Wednesday, March 13th. at
1:30 P-M-. at the Home. All are
welcome.
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ANNUAL REGATTA
MARCH 2
Not only are the holders o. six
world's records enrolled among the
entries lor the 27th Annual Bis-
cayne Bay Regatta, Saturday and
Sunday. March 2-3. but as many
brand new boats in various classes
will make their first competitive
appearance in the event-
The Miami Regatta i- tin oldt t
continuous -peed boat Regatta III
the country, and for a number
v a ar- ha- 1m in -p. insi n ed hv th
Miami Junior Chamber of Com-
merce Regatta Committee hearted
by Jack Evans. A brand new two-
buoy course in protected waters be-
tween the two Causeways has been
selected.
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CARD PARTY
HELD
Many were present at the man
jong and card party held at the
home of Mrs. H. Korctzky Monday
afternoon for the Miami Chapter
of tfie Women's Division of the
Americas Jewish Congress. Pro-
ceeds of the affair were given lo
the National Refugee Camp in Oca-
la, Florida. Mrs. Korctzky was as-
sisted by Mcsdames Moses Krieger.
S. Bemknoff. J- Wolkowsky, M-
Meyers, J. Albert. A. Haber, A.
Sussman. A. K. Woolfc. B- H- Lon-
don and S. 11 l.utsky.
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MARCH 1, 1940-
Race Hatred
Tolerance has been made an integral part of the United States
Government's national defense-
President Roosevelt, in his message to Congress, made it clear
that doctrines of racial and religious hatred are "rabble-rousing slogans"
of dictators and provide a "danger to which we in America must begin
to be more alert ... if American integrity and security arc to be
prescribed-
The Federal budget lor 1940 calls for establishment of a special
unit of 250 men within the Federal Bureau of Investigation to combat
espionage and subversive activities-
The Justice Department has moved against anti-Semitic organiza-
tions- Frank Murphy, retiring as Attorney General to become Supreme
Court Justice, said that one of the most important of the Justice De-
partment's activities was to oppose agitators for racial and religious
hatred"the same sort of groups which set Europe aflame."
Washington has become aware that racial and religious hatred arc
artificially stimulated to create disunity. Any action which weakens
American unity weakens American defense- It is as a threat to our
security that the Government is dealing with intolerance.
As the President said in his message to the National Conference of
Christians and Jews. "'Let us here resolve that in a time of world divi-
sion and pain this nation shall be rededicated to the principles that ail
men are brothers; that religious prejudice and group intolerance may not
here destroy that unity in freedom which is the strength of our nation-
al character."
SMIE.y
SUCCUMBS IN
PALESTINE
Mrs. Kachacl I.eah Weitz, mo-
ther of Mrs. Maurice Grossman.
passed away last week at the age
of W0 in Palestine.

BENEFIT CARD PARTY
TO BE HELD
The Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion of Greater Miami for Palestine
will sponsor a benefit card party
Sunday evening. March 3rd. at 8
I'M at the Beth David Auditori-
um, 135 N. W- 3rd Ave- Various
card games will be played and re-
freshments served. Admission is
fifty cents per person. Proceeds of
the affair will be sent to the refu-
gees in Palestine- All members and
friends are cordially invited to at-
tend.

BAR MITZVAH TO
TO TAKE PLACE
Herbert Arthur Zwick, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Zwick, will be Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning, March
2nd, at 9 A.M., at the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation, 1445 S-
W. 3rd St- Herbert Arthur will
deliver the Haftorah. Rabbi Abra-
ham A. Kcllncr will address the
Bar Mitzvah, Following the serv-
ices a reception will be held- Sun-
day evening Mr- and Mrs. Zwick
will be hosts at their home. 821 S.
W 23rd Ave-. in honor of their son
at 6 P.M. All friends are cordially
invited to be present-

SUCCUMBS TO
ILLNESS
Morris Schocnfcld. long-time re-
sident of Miami, succumbed to m
illness last week. Funeral services
were conducted by the Miami Jew-
ish Funeral Home with Kabbi Mux
Shapiro in charge- Interment fol-
lowed in the Jewish section of the
Woodlawn Cemetery. He is sur-
vived by the widow, Mrs. Annie
Schocnfcld. two daughters. Miss
Pauline Schocnfcld and Mrs. Kdna
Rozsansky and one son, Abe
Schocnfeld-

PIONEER WOMEN
TO MEET
An important meeting of the Eng-
lish Speaking Group of the Pioneer
Women will be held Tuesday even-
ing, March 5th. at the home of Mrs.
B- Segall. 9(10 Pennsylvania Ave..
Miami Beach, at 8 P.M. The guest
speaker will be Mrs- Harry Mar-
cus. All members are urged to at-
tend.
B'NAI B'RITH
T
NOTES
by Harold Turk.
B'nai B'rith is pleased to an-
nounce that it has procured the
Miami Beach Playhouse on Alton
Road. Miami Beach, for Thursday
night, March 14th. for the exclusive
use of the members of B'nai B'rith
anl their guests. Brother I"- Al-
bert Pallot. who is chairman for
that affair, has informed'me that
the play "The Guardsman" will be
performed that night by an all
Broadway cast which includes Nan-
cy Cushman and Edward Barry in
the leading roles.
In addition to the three act farce
comedy. Brother E. Albert Pallott
and the Committee have arranged for
a reception after the performance
which will include dancing and re-
freshments, and the cast of the
play will entertain in the form of
humorous comments and "take offs
of many of the members.
An entertaining! enjoyable and
hilarious evening in a most novel
fashion i- guaranteed to each and
everyone who is present. There
arc approximately four hundred
scats in the theatre and at the rate
they are being purchased they will
all be gone before very long. I
therefore suggest that you contact
Brother K- Albert Pallot. Chairman
of the Committee in charge of the
affairs for thai evening by calling
3-4728 or contact Miss Jeanne Rot-
fort, who is in charge of the Com'
mittee of the Ladies Auxiliary. The
price of the tickets is two dollars
each, everything included.
The first business meeting for the
year 1940. also being the first busi-
ness meeting by the new officers,
was held at the Evans Hotel. Miami
Beach, Tuesday .night and was a
most interesting one. It certainly
looked for a while as if a number
of the brothers had planned to put
Brother President Abbott on the
spot and really give him a good ini-
tiation. What with all the motions.
substitute motions, motion to table,
points of information and about I
dozen other forms of motions ad-
dressed to Brother Abbott all at the
same time, its a wonder that our
President did not then and there
tender his resignation. But Bro-
ther Abbott sure did keep them all
n line and handled the situation
splendidly.
Thanks to the Entertainment
Committee, of which Brother Ber-
keley is in charge for the enter-
tainment at the meeting and our
appreciation to all of the Evans for
permitting us to hold our meeting
in their Hotel and for the refresh-
ments that they served after the
meeting.
On Wednesday evening. March
6th, at eight o'clock, at Temple Is-
rael, the First Unitarian Church of
Miami will present Dr. John
Ifayncs Holmes of the Community
Cantor Samuel Kclciner from
New York City, known the world
over as Cantor "Shmulikel" anil
considered as the world's youngest
cantor and composer, will sing at
the gala concert which will take
place. Sunday evening at 8 o'clock
in the evening at the "Beth Jacob
Synagogue" on Washington and
Third. Miami Beach-
The concert promises to be one
of the outstanding concerts that
Miami Beach ever had. Cantor
Shmulikel will be assisted by his
new songs. *
brother, Berelc Kelemer and other
well known artists. At this concert
Cantor Shmulikel will introduce
his latest compositions and also
Church of New York City, in a lec-
ture entitled "Is Our Civilization
Worth Saving?"
Dr. Holmes should need no intro-
duction to intelligent Jewry- He
is the outstanding liberal clergyman
of America We urge our member-
ship to take advantage of this op-
portunity to hear Dr. Holmes, and.
at the same time, demonstrate to
our friends of the local Unitarian
Church our sympathy with their
aims and aspirations-
Tickets for Dr. Holmes' lecture
are 11.00. and may be obtained at
the B'nai B'rith Office. 510 Con-
gress Building.
POLITICAL BRIEFS
Francis P- Whitehair. candidate
for Governor of the State of Flori-
da, visited in Miami last week and
was a guest at the McAllister Ho-
tel where he received many promi-
nent Miamians who have rallied to
his support. Mr. William Shayne.
prominent Miamian, is a member of
the committee of the "Whitehair
for Governor" campaign.
Francis P, Whitehair, candidate
for governor. was born in
Chapman, Kansas. October. 1900.
and came to Florida with his
parents at the age of 10
where they settled in Winter Hav-
en. He was admitted to the Florida
Bar at the age of 20- lie was em-
ployed as a law clerk, by the firm
of Landisi Fish and Hull when 21:
and was taken into the firm as a
partner five years later by the Hon.
Bert Fish, now serving as United
States Minister to Egypt- the Ian
Hon. Cary D. Landis, former at-
torney general of l-'lorida, and Hon.
D. C-- Hull, senior member of pres-
ent firm of Hull. Landis and While
ha:r.,
In offering himself for the office
of Governor, Mr. Whitehair states.
''My decision has not been reached
idly, or suddenly or carelessly, and
I am prompted by no selfish ambi-
tion. It may result in personal sac-
rifices to me in time, money, home-
life, recreation, and. perhaps, even
friendships. The supreme ideal of
my candidacy will be. to arouse
all Florida, a militant spirt for cii
righteousness, for absolute hone-t
m public office, tor progressive hu-
mane and forward-looking adminis
t rat ion in city, county and state-
With a united Florida behind these
principles our major problems will
disappear a- with the wind. No-
where in America :n this century
has individuality counted for so
much a- civic spirit for so little.
For instance, here in Florida petty
jealousies have grown up among
counties, unnecessarj rivalries be-
tween cities, and sectional animosi-
ties between various parts of the
slate. All will admit that the result
has been detrimental to the general
welfare. A united spirit I'orida
must Jiave. A Florida spirit- Hut
it must be a spirit of tolerance- In-
terests in Florida are widely diver-
sified and each fills an important
sphere- Each interest must be pro-
gressive, but it also must admit the
right of other interests to be pro-
gressive- For instance, the play-
grounds must admit the great value
of the citrus proves, farms and in-
dustries of Florida. So. tooi the
farming sections should sympathize
with the problems of the holiday
sections. The real Florida spirit
should be an unselfish spirit. That
spirit will promote the whole state
and every citizen in it."
Among the many planks of Mr.
W hitehair's campaign arc to expect
the government to slay in its pro-
per sphere, and not to expect too
much of it; find relief for and co-
operate with the towns arid cities,
which have suffered unjustly from
loss of revenue; stimulate honest
|and wholesome entertainment for
visitors and surround them with
never-failing good will; and to tol-
erate no invasion of American
rights, so that foreign and subver-
sive movements cannot live on Flor-
ida soil.
TROPHIES AWARDED IN
NURSERY STAKE EVENTS
Co-Champions were crowned in
the 1940 West Flagler Kennel Club
$1000 Nursery Stake.
Buzzic Roll, owned by Fred
Whitehead, and Fritzi Fritz, owned
by George Alder, roared under the
wire at the same time in the big
championship final, giving the track
co-champions in the event for the
first time since the event was in-
augurated back in 1936-
It may be interesting to know,
that six of the eight greyhounds
which ran in the Nursery final were
sons and daughters of I.ucky Roll,
showing that blood lilies really tell
in greyhound racing.
Following the running of the rich
puppy stake, Jacob Sher and Wil-
liam I.. Huntley, owner of the track,
made the trophy presentation. A
duplicate cup is being made for the
other half of the deadheat comb n-
ation.
LEAGUE TO MEET
An important meeting sponsored
by the League for Labor Palestine
will take place Wed- Eve-, March
6th, at 8 o'clock at the Beth David
auditorium. 135 X. W. 3rd Ave.
The purpose and function of the
League is to gather all elements
who are in sympathy with the as-
pirations of actual rebuilding of the
land of Israel and to enlighten the
Jewish and general public about
work of the "Histadrat" which is
interested in the creaticTn of coop-
erative society in Palestine. The
N'ational chairman of the League
for Labor Palestine is Dr. Samuel
W'ohl. and Dr. Edward L- Israel is
chairman of the executive council.
A musical and cultural program
has been arranged for Wednesday
evening. Mr. I. S. Shapoff will be
chairman. The guest speaker will
be Rose N. Stoloff. only woman
member of the National executive,
who is serving as vice-chairman.
(Continued from Paga One)
heard it said that Jews stick togeth-
er.
You would find how apart they
are. You would be quite disgusted
to sec groups jealous of each other
and each concerned with its own
prestige. You would find those
groups proud of their own voices
and every voice raised separaieK
in a Babel that nobody listened to-
You. as a Jew. would probablv
say. Why not speak with one voice?
Who can hear you when so many
voices speak at the same time? The
pride of a voice doesn't matter in
the least in a time when multitudes
perish.
But you wouldn't be heard be-
cause of the cacaphony of a multi-
tude of Jewish voices. From time
to time luminous Jews have spoken
to the same effect but they are
never heard.
Yes, my dear sir. stay Christian
for the sake of Christianity and for
the sake of your admiration of
; lews. Keep the gleam of light vou
have and we shall guard the gleam
of light we liave and in good time
', we may join our lights for the il-
! lumination of the world. When
Christianity is in the twilight it i-
good for somebody to keep a spark
to help make the dawn.
The Family
OF THE LATE
Morris Schoenfeld
Wish to thank their many
true and loyal friends for
their sympathy and many
kindnesses extended to them
during their recent bereave-
ment.
Mrs. Annie Schoenfeld
Miss Pauline Schoenfeld
Mrs. Edna Rozansky
Abe Schoenfeld
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FRIDAY, MARCH 1. 1940
THE JEWISH FLORID IAN
PAGE FIVE
SERVICES:
Friday at 8 p.m.. Sermon by Rab-
bi Morris A. Skop on the theme: fu
B. J. Cohen and Judge Hy Roth.
Rabbi Skop presided.
ELECTRIC SIGN PRESENTED
BY MRS. MEER:
Mrs. Max Meer and son Abe pre-
sented the Synagogue with a beaut'-
electric sign to be placed in
"What DID Confucious Say?"
Were any of the teachings of this
great Chinese philosopher similar
to the Jewish teachings in the fields
of religion ethics and morals? How
can the teachings of Confucious be
compared to those of Moses?
Saturday Services at 8:3fl a.m.
Mr. Herbert Talisman, baritone
will introduce some new Sabbath
melodies and Rabbi Skop will re-
port on the latest cables of the
"Jews in World News."
ANNUAL BANQUET
GREAT SUCCESS:
front of the buildings to announce
coining events in the Jewiih com-
munity. Mrs- Meer and Abe who
is a member of the Religious School
faculty have thus honored their hus-
band and father Max of Winter
Park who passed away. This mem*
"rial will be a constant reminder of
a fine Jew who lived his life Jew
ishly loyal and devoted.
The community is grateful to
Mrs. Meer and Abe for this use-
ful gilt which will lend dignity to
our lovely Synagogue building-.
JEWISH TOURIST
In presence of a packed hall of j CLUB:
members, friends and guests of
Congregation Ohev Shalom the new
officers were installed for 1940-
Over one thousand dollars was rais-
ed toward the purchase of the Com'
munity Center building adjoining
the Synagogue. Greetings were
presented by Mr. Irving lineman.
noted author of Hear. Ye Sons and
Dr. Addams; Mr. I-rcedenthal. in-
ternationally known portrait paint"
er; Dr. Stein, professor of History
at Kollins College and representa-
tive visitors from the Florida Sana-
torium and Dr. Weinsier's Health
Conservatory- Inspiring addresses
v ere
Kabbi Skop is continuing the hook
reviews at the vveeky meetings of
Jewish tourists held Wednesday- at
X p.m. This week Rabbi Skop will
review Irving Fineman's fine novel.
"Dr. Addams". It is hoped to have
Mr Fineman, the author, present to
address the group. Discussion will
follow. All welcome.
RABBI SKOP VISITS
TALLAHASSEE:
Upon invitation of ihe Tallahas-
see Jewish Community and its spir-
itual leader Rabbi Eichorn. Rabbi
Morris A. Skop was guest at the
inspiring dedication last Friday
for Women. Rabbi Skop conducted
the Services. Rabbi Victor Reichcrt
of Cincinnati spoke on the theme,
"Burning or Building Synagogues".
Rabbi Fichorn introduced the Syn-
agogue and State officials who
brought greetings to the Jewish
community. Outstanding leaders in
government, in education and civic
life spoke to the packed Temple of
listeners. Master B. Fleet, student
of music, rendered Jewish and clas-
sical melodies on the new electric
organ. Telegrams and letters were
read from Jewish and non-Jewish
leader- throughout the country.
Following the services Rabbi Skop
wsitcd the Jewish students at the
college. On Saturday the Rabbis
attended sessions of the interest-
ing convention of youth at the Flor-
ida College lor Women. Seminars
were held on various subjects in-
cluding. "The Jew and His Chris-
tian Neighbors"; 'The Kefugees";
"Anti-Semitism and How to Crush
It," etc Christian teachers and
leaders conducted the sessions of
Christian youth who disclosed in-
tense interest in the Jewish prob-
lem and sought ways and methods
lo counteract anti-Jewish propagan-
da.
Kabbi Skop also was guest of
honor at the Annual Banquet of the
I lelta Epsilon Phi Sorority presided
. delivered bv the newly-elected j evening of the new Temple near
president of the Congregation Mr. the "'"P1"1 of ,,,e Flori,la CollcKe
movies and a carnival will feature
the annual celebration. For the
next few assemblies Purim songs
will be featured. Each class will
have its own booth and novelties.
KOSHER MEAT MARKET
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT:
Due to the illness of Mr. Sam
Goldstein, the Orlando Kosher
Meat Market has been sold to Mr.
and Mrs. Neuer of Vienna and their
parents. Messrs. Neuer who
have had years of experience
in the meat and restaurant busi-
ness expect to make numerous
changes and install a modern Jew-
2JEWISH tlb
ish restaurant catering to individ-
uals and group meetings for lun-
cheons, dinners and catered affairs.
We wish them much mazel in their
venture and hope for Mr. Gold-
stein a quick recovery.
MEETINGS.
Bnai Brith every other Tuesday.
Brotherhood Night and Youth
Night scheduled for February. In-
stallation of officers next Tuesday.
Bnai Brith Ladies Auxiliary Leap
Year Party on Thursday. Cake
Sale. A Z A Boy- meet every
Sunday night at 8 p.m. Open meet-
ing Sunday. Confirmation Class
with Rabbi Skop every Saturday
morning at 11 am. Young Men's
Club to meet regularly on Thursday
over by an Orlando daughter. Miss I evenings. Mrs. Henrietta Weinroth
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member, for the annual Purim Car-
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Sunday. March 24th. Plays, games,
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elected president of the Dough
Club.
By the unanimous decision of the
Jewish Young Adult men in Orlan-
do, H.i the establishment of a
Central Florida Y.M.H-A. organi-
zation has been adopted and form-
ed. Mr. I.ieberman, prominent Or-
lando attorney, has been elected
president of the "Y" for the ensu-
ing year.
RE-ELECT
E. G. DUCKWORTH
Justice of the Peace
First Dist., Orange County, Fla.
(Paid Political Adv.)
Frank Karel. a resident of Flor*
ida since 1881, is a. candidate for re-
election for the office of Sheriff
of Orange County, an office which
he has held or sixteen years. Mr.
Karel was in the Road Department
and also Chief of Police. He install-
ed radio cars which guarantee
twenty-four hour service to the pub-
lic and a fingerprint department
which is considered second to none
in the state.
K. G. Duckworth, candidate foe
re-election as Mayor of Orange
County, has been a resident of Or-
lando since 1885. He was the first
chairman of the Board of Trustees
established in Orlando. During Mr.
Duckworth's term as Mayor the
City Utilities was bought and the
Albertson Public Library was built.
He seeks reelection on his past re-
cord.
Joe E. Brown, serving the unex-
pired term of the late Floyd T. Ful-
ler, as constable of District No. 1.
Orange County, is a candidate to
succeed himself for a full term as
constable. He joined the law en-
forcement offices of the county in
1934 when he became the chief de-
puty and continued his services in
the sheriff's office as civil deputy
alter which he was elected to his
(present position in a special elec-
tion. Mr. Brown seeks election on
his past record as an efficient offi-
cial, with complete impartiality and
honesty. He is married and has
been a resident of Orange County
since the latter part of 1929. He is
a member of the First Baptist
Churchi a Mason, Shriner. K. P.,
Junior and Senior Chambers of
Commerce and the Exchange Club
of Orlando-
Having sixteen years experience
in the office of County Tax Asses-
sor, Jim Burden, is a candidate for
the office of Tax Assessor of Or-
ange County. Mr. Burden was bom
in Orlando in 1890 and received his
education in Orlando schools. He
seeks this position on his past re-
cord obtained from contact in the
Assessor's office and that if elected
will continue with efficiency, serv-
ice and courtesy.
RE-ELECT
FRANK KAREL
SHERIFF
ORANGE COUNTY
Subject Democratic Primary
"Experience With
Satisfaction"
(Paid Political Adv.)
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JIM BURDEN
To
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And Be Sure of
EFFICIENCY
SERVICE and
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(Paid Political Adv.)
Experienced
Dependable
Capable
RE-ELECT
JOE E. BROWN
CONSTABLE
DISTRICT ONE
I Respectfully Solicit Your Vote and Support
(Paid Political Adv.)



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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 1 1940
THE Y. M. H.
NOTES
A.
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
"What ilo I want to conic around
the Y for? All these kids lecm to
want to do is dance and besides
they're so youngand the Upper
Division is too old for me, I'm out
of place there, too. I guess the Y
has sort of left me out." That is
what a worthy young man said to
me one Monday night some time
ago,imgramiiiatieal but sincere.
Recognizing this void, the Y is
fostering a cultural group for those
more serious-minded young men
and women who would like to meet
together for common interests
other than just dancing and athle-
tics- Currently, the group, for ex-
ample, is discussing Zionism with
particular emphasis on the recent
Zionist convention. It plans to
sponsor speakers on current topics.
round-table discussions with civic
and business leaders and to have
G icial functions from time to time.
Officers have been elected and
by-laws have been drawn up-
Weekly meetings are held in the
clubrooms of the Y Thursday
^i:ts.
Tins group offers the almost uni-
que opportunity of group cultural
pursuit to younger people after col-
lege or high school days arc over
with others of the same age and in-
terest-
JUNIOR DIVISION
At a meeting of this division held
last Monday night. Miss I.eona Gul-
ka was selected candidate to repre-
sent the "Y" at a Queen Esther
Contest at the Ball of the Ladies
Auxiliary f the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation that was held
Tuesday night. Tho I.eona was
not crowned Queen Esther, she re-
ceived many votes and we. in the
"Y", are very proud of her.
Our Congrats to Miss Josephine
Raxin who was crowned Queen
Esther and who represented the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Juniors.
This division decided to hold a
Leap Year Frolic on Sunday even-
ing, March 31st. at the "Y". More
details later,
"Y-ETTES"
This group of fine young lades,
of which Mrs. Albert 0. Reisman
is sponsor, is giving a Leap Year
Frolic at the "Y" this Saturday
night. March 3rd- Many novel fea-
tures are planned for this occaiion
by the young Debs. In our opinion,
one of the most original features
that will take place that evening is
the crowning of a young man as
"Bull of the Ball". .
u warn i
e to nee. The adi
i- the mun lime sti
DRAMATIC CLUrt
Attention all ye Th<
re very announce that
thru the i f Mr- Mauria
''i ssman. our Executi -
we have secured the services of Dr
.- |i i v Cassel i f 0 ral Gables t' >
reorganize our Dramatic Club and
to act a*s Dramatic Coach-
Dr. Cassel is an old theatrical
trooper and has played with the
Miami University Players and with
the Theatre of Fifteen. He has
several plans that he is formulating
now and will be able to give us
more details in the next succeeding
issues of this paper.
For the information of the young
ladies who are somewhat reluctant
in joining tins group, let nu st.cti
that Dr. Cassel is good looking and
is about 0' 1" tall and is a swell
fellow. If you are interested in
joining this club communicate with
the Executive Director, ,
HOME CAMP
The Home Camp Committee at its
meeting last week considered sev-
eral applications which have been
submitted for Chief Counsellor of
the Home Camp. Mr. Grossman,
"i'f Executive Director, announces
that he will continue to receive
these applications for a short while.
\11 those interested please commun-
icate with him-
CULTURAL PROGRAM
A meeting of the Cultural Com-
mitted was held at the "Y" last
Sunday afternoon, with Dr. Samuel
Beckman presiding. A program is
now being prepared by this com-
mittee which will include many af-
fairs to take place during the
months of April and May. From
ire-rut plan- there will be some
feature held at the "Y" evety Sun-
day night. More detail- will he giv-
en later-.
STEPHEN FOSTER NIGHT
The week of March 25-30 will be
set aside in an official proclamation
by Gov. Cone as Stephen Foster
Memorial Week, throughout the
state of Florida,
Mr. Grossman announces that the
"Y" will have a Stephen Foster
night during that week at which
time music written by Foster will
be featured. An elaborate program
is being planned by the Cultural
Committee for that evening. The
date and more details will be an-
nounced later.
GIRL SCOUTS
Members of Girl Scout Troop Xo.
23 were hostesses to Mrs. Marion
Shindell. Captain, at a Farewell
Party that was held at the "Y"
athletic grounds last Tuesday night
Mrs. Shindell and her family are
leaving Miami for Nfcw Haven
Conn., and the girls of the Troop
presented her with a beautiful gift.
Mr- Maurice Grossman. Execu-
tive Director, spoke to the group
and lauded Mrs. Shindell for the
marvelous work she has accomplish-
ed with this Troop. He urged the
members of the Troop to cooperate
with Mis. France- Ginsberg, their
new Captain, and give her the same
cooperation and assistance they
gave to Mrs. Shindell.
The of the Board of I >'-
--. as well eneral i i
i the "Y" are thankful
Si, ndi ;i
: with
T' roti). imd
to see 1
we wish her a bon voj
- and li when
goes back i d Hi mest
New Haven. Conn.
CHILD GUIDANCE
By Joseph A. Berman
(The writer will be glad to an-
swer any problem of his readers
Write tei him in care of this pap1 r. |
Xo community should be without
a child guidance clinic. W e there-
lore will use this column to explain
the need and workability of just
such a clinic-
The child guidance clinic is a
community agency for the stud)
and treatment of the whole child-
With this goal in mind, there arc
assembled personnel trained in me-
dic-ne and psychiatry, psychology
and social work. Each child stud-
died in the clinic receives complete
social investigation a thorough me-
dical examination, a lull psychologi-
cal and educational survey, and an
intensive psychiatric study.
The types of problems studied by
the child guidance clinic are tho..
in which a lack of adjustment be-
tween the child and his environ-
ment is evidenced by his behavior
in his home, the School or the com
|munity. The child's difficulty mav
express itself in symptoms >i vari-
ous kinds, usually occurring in com-
binations defying any scientific at-
tempts at classification. Maladjust-
ment, especially in younger children
may be chiefly indicated by unde-
sirable habits sn.h a- thumb suck
ing, nail biting, masturbation, pecu-
liar food fads night terror- etc,
or it may be indicated inainl. In
the child's personality traits such as
sensitiveness, seclusiveness. apathy.
day dreaming excessive imagination-
and fanciful lying, nervousness,
moodiness. obstinancy. quarrel*
s.....eness. selfishness, laziness, lack
of ambition or interest, inability to
get along with other children, etc;
or the symptoms of maladjustment
may be displayed in undesirable be
havior such as disobedience, teas-
ing, bullying. temper tantrums,
bragging, or showing off defiance
of authority, lying) stealing, tru-
ancy, cruelty, sex activities, etc. In
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
T
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi 497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1478 Home Phone 2-2176
I
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
We are indeed happy to announce
that we shall be privileged to have
with us as our guest of honor one
of the world'- foremost authors.
Mr. Sholem Asch, who wrote
"Three Cities." "Salvation" ami his
most recent book "The Xa/.u cue"
A cordial invitation is extended to
all members and friends to be with
u- this Friday evening.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct
(he services, and Cantor Louis Hay-
man, .i-.i-t. d by the Beth I >a\ id
Choir will chant the prayer- Kab
In Shapiro will discuss the subject,
"'.ive Me Truth."
RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL
INSTITUTION
Junior Congregation: Harold
Shapiro, Albert Eskanazi an.I H*r
hert Glazcroff are in charge of the
Junior Services Saturday morning
at 10:30. The "Portion of Law" is
expounded by the Rabbi. A "Kid-
dush" i- given in the auditorium
immediately alter the services un-
der the Chairmanship of Mrs. L- J-
Hartz.
Bar-Mitzvah Group: An urgent
appeal is made to parents who have
boys of 12 and over to see that their
children attend the "Bar-Mitzvah"
group which meets every Sunday
morning from 9 to 10 under the
direction of Louis Gadott.
Sunday School: It j9 wj,|, ,-t.(...
satisfaction that the Beth Davi i
Sunday School has reached wh( \a
considered to be an Institution
observant of decorum and scholasl
attainment. The classes are u i
the capable guidance of register, i
and licensed teachers. We
parents to become more vital') in-
terested in the welfare of their
children and attend the as,,!,',
from II :M) to 12.
SISTERHOOD
One of the most out-tit ling
events of the season to,.k | | iCe
Sunday evening, at the Fleetvt i I
Hangar. Fleetwood Hotel. It w ,.
the Beth David Sisterhood's 24th
Annual Pre-Purim Ball. Over
people attended this gala event.
Much credil must be given to th<
General Chairman, Mrs. Mich
Arnold and her committee. M, ,-
dames: Isador Cohen. Charles Vb-
bott. Sam Ehrlich, Hen Kandel. Na-
than Kromash. Joseph Fine. 1.
Gordon. Charles Peretzman and
family, I.ouis Margulies, and S I-
W cinkle. Also Messrs. Louis Gor-
don, Michael Arnold and Louis
Margulies. for making this affair
such a huge success.
We extend our gratitude to all
those who patronized this event
and we are certain that they will
be with us in future affairs.
general children between three and
seventeen years of age are studied at the dance Tuesday nite At I confusion between the board mem-
Problem children arc Jj <">'< of this writing the Y-M. I bers some who are in favor of niak-
H.A. Basketball team is in second I ing improvements on the "V prop-
place, after ton.te we will know erty up to $5000 and others who
just where we stand keep your would like to make a substantial
X-. ;- r an real Icw-
CONKUOLS SAYS: If some ish Community Center that the
kind hearted soul with a large bank- \ whole )t
roll would drop a hundred grand in [area
the lap of the Y.M.H.A. right now, | The need unquestionably
that would eliminate a great deal of I but the DO-re-ine is really -In
referred to the clinic by parents,
schools, social and health agencies
A child guidance clinic handles
human nature in a slightly new way
because of its coordinated attack in
attempting to understand and treat
the whole child and his entire en-
vironment, it is a preventativt
measure. It prevent- "unhapp}
Childl.....d" and brings about a heal-
thier and more glowing community.
As Mr. Grossman stated las
Tuesday night when he spok ;
S ul Troop. "Wr h< ; c Mrs
Sh ndell is X,u ||.,,
ll il the I i iri la ind ii
her shoes will i
"
(ewish population of this
may use as its headquartc ;.
I1
NEWS AROUND TOWN
Congratulations to jack \<
the Y. l.il.A. [|
Ball Team, who is now a
with the Km :.: leyrr. I uv i-
and Weiss Josephine
made a very lovely Queen Esthci
\l US/1 ISLE
23TH AYS. AT 1CTM ST.
ALLIGATOR
WRESTLING
HOURLY
AOMISSISa 25.
ONE Of FLORIDA S
%tsf Re-elect U. S. Senator
CHARLES 0. ANDREWS
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FRIDAY, MARCH 1 1*4*
TIB JEWISH FLOEIDIAN
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6)96 Indian Creek Drive6-1268 HO N. E. 31st St.2-8548
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning.
You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewls commu-
nlty. or yu:m peisonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
h-aring and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held In
strict confidence.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Friday evening! March 1st. 104(>.
8:15 pin., the sermon: "Quiet No
Horns.'1 will be delivered by lr.
!> II. Kaplan. Services conduct-
ed by Kabbi Colnian A. Zwitman.
\ Reception for members "i the
ci mgri ation and \ isitors will fol-
' w the BerviceSi under Temple Is-
I sponsorship,
SABBATH MORNING
SERVICES
ningi M arch 2nd,
.11 :00 a.m. I >iscussion of
ciklj i"irtion of B blc with Kabbi
I uti \. Zwitman in char i
. will be conducted b> I >r
i II. Kaplan, with participation
i C nformation Class,
SISTERHOOD MEETING.
March 4th. 1940.
n.i etinj featuring a I.un-
ch< n and Program.
SISTERHOOD
The Sisterhood of Temple I-rail
will hold their annual "Bring a
Guest Luncheon Meeting" Monday
afternoon, March 4th, at LOO p.m.,
to be followed by a brief meeting
and excellent program- Miss Mary
Whitlock will review Robert Na-
than's "I'ortait of Jennie", and mu-
sical selections will be rendered by
soprano, Mrs. Lisa Maranz, accom-
panied by Gertrude Siegel, and the
child prodigies Jacob and Isidor
Lateiner. Reservations for the lun-
cheon may be made for 75c per per
son. Mrs. J.uk Bernstein, chair-
man i- being assisted by Mr-- C.
1 rank.
IN MEMORIAM
"May the father of peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
Al the services this Friday even-
ing, the memory of the following
will be consecrated:
Recently departed: I. I.ouis RoS-
endorf, husband of Mrs. Blanche
Rosendorf; Philip Augustine, father
of 1 >r. Max Augustine; Hairy M.
Barg. husband of Mrs. Hazel Barg;
Minna Bizinsky. sister of Mrs.
I.'hi Snctman-
Yahrzeits: l)unald Williams, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry [). Wil-
liams ; 1'aulinc S. Scheinb
YOUTH GROUP
V. uld j iii care t i join a Club
lhal shi uld inti r< -l y iung men and
i iday ?
If yen are interested in bi
;n a member, pleas I : c
irsl meeting on Sunday.
Ird, 1940, .ii 8:00 p.m.; in Kaplan
11.dl. Temple Israel, 137 N. II- 19th
St-, Miami.
We In >p( i form, lure in Mi-
ami, a branch of the National Fed-
n of Temple Youth wl
hi agency of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations, and
lake part in inter-city activities de-
bates, forums, socials and SpOrtS.
have speakers on subjects of vital
importance, and generally become
inti rested in matters pertaining to
Youth of today.
We are fortunate ill having with
ns, at our opening meeting. Mr.
Edward Israel, who was the direc-
tor of the Young People'- Croup in
Harrisburg. Pa>. and we shall bene-
fit from his advice on procedure.
Tins i- going to be your Club;
we would like to see you and your
friends here Sunday night. We
have many pleasant surprises (along
SOCIAL lines) in si,,re for you.
We shall expect you.
Most vncerely yours,
Melville l.etaw
Marjorie Reichcnbach
Ruth Wolkowsky.
were put back into the clocks they
ticked perfectly to the established
musical i>attern.
"Pinocchio" presents other musi-
cal novelties never before achieved
on the sound screen and will prove
particularly interesting to musicians,
entirely aside from the interest of
its story. This is Walt Disney's
new de luxe production comparable
to his "Snow White and the Seven
Dwarfs."

Tickets have been issued for the
festive I'.'nai I'.'rith Spring Get-to-
gether which will be held on March
14th at Cant Caither's new $50,000
Miami Beach Playhouse. Features
of the evening will be the presen-
tation of the comedy, "The Guards-
man", by Caither's Broadway com-
pany, and the gala dance which will
follow the stage show.
The Playhouse. scene of the
event, i- located on Alton Road.
and is reputed to be one of the
most beautiful theater- of it- k nd
It was opened on January 8th and
ha- since become a mecca of the
social (due of Miami, The theater
was built and is managed by Gaith-
cr. the in -i theatrical producer
in the business.
"The Guardsman", was written by
Iran/ Molnar, and produced on
Rroaihvaj \> th great success by the
Theater Guild with Lynn Fontanne
and Alfred Lunt in the I"
11 is a hilarious ci imedv deal-
in., with tin martial dill
an actor and his actres i wife and
the plaj e\i K es about his pi it ti i
lest his mate's fidelity.
The leading roles in the Play-
housi production will be taken by
two Broadway feature players Nan-
cy Cushman and Edward Barry.
Miss Cushman was featured on
Broadway in the Theatre Guild
production of "Storm Over Patsy",
in Sam Herd's "White Man" and
with Tom Powers in "Cloriana".
Parry was the leading man in
"School House On the Lot" and
has appeared with various stock
companies throughout the country.
In charge of ticket sales are E-
Albert Pallot, chairman, assisted by
Messrs, Benj. I.e Vine. Al Berkeley,
Leo Robinson. Joe Lip ton, Win.
Shayne, Burnett Roth and Walter
Jacobs. Member- of the Ladies
Auxiliary assisting are Mrs. Sol
Rotfort, chairman. Mrs, Joseph A.
Herman. Mrs. Joseph J. Herman.
Mrs. Irwin Siegel. Mrs. George
Goldberg, Mrs Al Green and Mrs.
Charles Beckwitt.
Formal attire is preferred. Tickets
may hi obtained from any member
of the committee and reservations
should be made immediately as the
seating capacity is limited.
BlMUL
WILLIAM SHAYNE
At a meeting of the Young Dem-
ocrats of the State of Florida luld
in Pensacola. Florida. William
Shayne of Miami was re-appointed
as State Chairman of Act.cities.
Mr, Sidney Scgall, also of Miami,
was appointed State Chairman of
SIDNEY L. SEGALL
Resolutions and Mr. Max Shaffer
of Jacksonville, chairman of the
Rules Committee- Plan- for a huge
rally at which all Stan candidate-
will appear is being planned for
Daytona. Florida for the latter
part of March,
brother when we see our neighbor-
We must make friends and do our
work \ th in fellow Jews in
I d Americans! I:'- iod Jew -'
Be unit and thus be stroi '
\\ ah Purii i ming on we an
nounce that our candidate I >t
Queen I Isthi r of the M i
dox Purim Ball was our own
[da Safer.
First in our near i i so
cial events ; ihe animal Member-
ship 1 lance. This i- fi>r paid up
members and their escorts only.
There is no charge other than the
two dollar- membership due-. Jam
Gershon is in charge- The mem-
bers of her committee are: Shana
Levinson. Jean Weinberg. Rhea
Epstein Pea Raichick. Marcie
Adelman, and Helen Fleischer.
Junior Hadassah girls keep April
open for this thrilling cocktail par-
SOCIETY
The Miami Chapter of the A. Z.
A. will hold an outing Sunday at
Matheson Hammock. Any Aleph of
the A.Z.A. or any boy interested in
joining the A.Z.A- is cordially in-
vited to attend- The A.Z.A. will
meet at Riverside Park at 10 o'clock
where they will have a basketball
practice, after which they will leave
for Matheson Hammock at noon.
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PINOCCHIO SHOWS
AT CINEMA CASINO
Clocks become musical instru-
ments, ticking out a miniature sym-
phony in a novel sequence in "Pin-
occhio," the Walt Disney full length
feature at the Cinema Casino.
When a watchmaker was sum-
moned to the Disney studio and
told that they wanted him to syn-
chronize the ticking of dozen; of
clocks of all sizes and sounds s^
that they would tick to a musical
pattern, he told them it could not
Junior Hadassah
By Elsie Kronenfeld
CANTOR SHMULIKEL
will be featured in a concert Sun-
day evening at the Beth Jacob Syn-
agogue.
be done- But he did not know the
Disney sound men. Thev recognize
no idea as impossible; and so they
played around with springs, cogs
and screws, and when the works
The other morning we were read-
ing to a little girl stories from
"Aesop's Fables". We came across
the one about the lion and the bul-
lock. The one about strength in
unity. It struck US "between the
eyes". How timely is the thought
. strength in unity. We people
should stand together. We should.
as the bullock did. realize that to
protect the individual the tribe must
stand together.
One way for the Jews of this
country to preserve their security
is to know the Strength there is in
unity- We do not mean forget
America. We know the best for us
is the best for our blessed land.
The United States of America,
This united stand must begin in
our individual communities. It must
begin paradoxically With the indi-
vidual. We must remember our
ty and dance, First we'll meet at
the In ime >f M r-. Car! Weil
1710 Alton Road. Miami Beach, I r
i r". The n w e v ill
I to the P i| K f
I el t foi the remain-
and fun.
At our 1 lay i te.
F< b. 20. I S chairman i if mr
1 ii mi r's llinnei I .. an-
1 her ci mmitl e. I hey are
iv -ah 11 Klein and llarric'.lc Dam*
cn-icin. Vnj girl who "|
or earns" her $o.00 i> eligible to
come with her escort to this out-
standing affair.
Rose Feinbci'.-. and Edith liei-
lich we -we you an apology- In
the confusion that always precedes
a deadline we neglected to mention
your names as members of the
board of Junior Hadassah in last
week's issue-


'!

NANCY CUSHMAN
Broadway star who will be featured in the B'nai B'rith theatre presen-
tation at the Miami Beach Playhouse March 14ih.


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THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 1 1940
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1646 8. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KBLLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p.
m.
Friday erening services, 8:30 p
m. .^
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset.
FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM
The weekly Friday evening reli-
gious forum will be continued this
Friday evening at 8:30 P.M. in our
Synagogue. As in the past weeks.
Rabbi Kellner will discuss the sa-
lient aspects of the world Jewish
scene and speak "Alone Together"
A cordial welcome is extended to all.
LADIES AUXILIARY
A regular meeting of our Ladies
Auxiliary will be held Tuesday af-
ternoon at 2 P.M. in the auditorium
of the Y.M.H.A. at 1567 S- W. 5th
St. We are happy to report that
though the gracious courtesy of the
"Y" we are enabled to use their
spacious meeting Hall and the ini-
tial meeting held there two weeks
ago was greatly acclaimed and it is
expected that this meeting too will
be well attended. The membership
is urged to be present as reports
will be rendered of our recent and
successful Ball as well as of our
forthcoming Purim Dinner.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The regular bi-monthly meeting
of our Board of Directors will be
held Tuesday evening. March 5th.
in the Synagogue- Urgent matters
of business makes it imperative
that the total membership of the
Board be present.
HABANOTH
Sunday, March 3, the Habonoth
Group of the Miami Chapter will be
the guests on Rabbi Kellner's radio
hour over station WIOD at 3 P.M.
Dans for the Purim Festival in
which the Habonoth and Habonim
groups will cooperate are being
completed.
WOMEN'S MIZRACHI
At the last meeting of the Wom-
en's Mizrachi held at the Y-W.H-A.
twelve charter members were in-
ducted. All women interested in
Mizrachi idealism are invited to
phone Mrs. Abraham Kellner.
3-5192.
THE BALL
The committee in charge of the
ninth Annual Purim Ball, are very
grateful for the glorious evening
which was made possible by the
largest number of people ever to
attend our Balls- Words are too
few to express our S incere appre-
ciation for the splendid cooperation
given by Mrs- I- Krick. general
chairman and her capable and ef-
ficient committees- These commit*
tees were composed of Mrs. A. 1.
Orlansky, ticket chairman, and Mrs.
I. Rosengarten, co-chairman; Mrs-
Louis Kotkin, publicity chairman ;
Mrs. Leo Axelrod, refreshments
chairman; Mrs. Abraham Kellner,
Queen Esther contest chairman
Mrs. N- Levitt, chairman of voting
arrangements; Mrs- C- M- Kagan
and Mrs. G. Chertkoff; Mrs. L-
Levitt, telephone and service chair-
man; Mrs- H. Schulman and Mrs.
V. Mell, hostess chairman and co-
chairman. We take this means al-
so of thanking sincerely the hospi-
tality committee headed by Mrs.
Samuel Geltner who is cooperation
with Mesdames M. Bresloff, C M-
Kagan, L- Stone. L. Axelrod, Win.
Klein, who helped so much to make
the refreshment tables so beautiful-
QUEEN ESTHER NAMED
We congratulate Miss Jose-
phine Kaxin representing the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Juniors on
her winning the coveted role of
Queen for the evening. The prize
was a very lovely gold bracelet
which we hope she will always wear
in joy. Our appreciation is extend-
ed to Leona Gulko, representing the
Y.M-H-A.; Frances Rose Katz,
Jewish Welfare Auxiliary; Edna
Maltcr. Beth Jacob Sisterhool, Ida
Safer, Junior Hadassah for their
participation in the contest- We
also thank Mr- I. Krick for his kind
cooperation as M.C- during the con-
test and Mr. H. M. Drevich for his
generous assistance in the arrange-
ments.
THANK YOU
Many thanks are due to the fol-
lowing ladies who contributed so
liberally with donations: Mesdames
Win. Clein, Dinah Daum, Abraham
Kellner, Albert Klein, Leah Kagan.
L- Levitt. Victor Mell, A. I. Or-
lansky, I. Rosengarten, M. Rifas,
Rappaport, A. Selevan, Sokoloff
and S- Stone.
We are grateful to the many or-
ganizations and firms who by the
contributions aided materially in
the success of our affair and Mr-
A. Pepper for his aid and assist-
ance.
RECEPTION
A reception honoring Mrs- I-
Krick, general chairman, and her
committee will be held at the home
of Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner Monday
evening, March 4th, at 8:30 P.M.
REFUO SHLEMO
We are extending our sincere
best wishes for a speedy and com-
plete recovery to our dear sisters
Mesdames Philip Berkowitz and
Abe Pepper who are confined to
bed with illnesses- Also to Mr. So-
kolow who is ill at his home-
LEST WE FORGET
Our sincerest thanks are extend-
ed to Miss Phyllis Shulman whose
rendition of popular songs addel
much to the success of our Ball and
who will sing the solo parts on our
Radio Hour.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 1 1*4* TIB JEWISH FLOEIDIAN (• S3 5* TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6)96 Indian Creek Drive—6-1268 HO N. E. 31st St.—2-8548 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning. You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewls communlty. or yu: m peisonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic h-aring and advice, and, needless to say. each matter will be held In strict confidence. CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. SABBATH EVE SERVICES Friday evening! March 1st. 104(>. 8:15 pin., the sermon: "Quiet No Horns.' 1 will be delivered by lr. !> II. Kaplan. Services conducted by Kabbi Colnian A. Zwitman. \ Reception for members "i the ci mgri • ation and \ isitors will fol' w the BerviceSi under Temple IsI sponsorship, SABBATH MORNING SERVICES ningi M arch 2nd, .11 :00 a.m. I >iscussion of ciklj i"irtion of B blc with Kabbi I uti \. Zwitman in char i will be conducted b> I >r i II. Kaplan, with participation i C nformation Class, SISTERHOOD MEETING. March 4th. 1940. n.i etinj featuring a I.unch< n and Program. SISTERHOOD The Sisterhood of Temple I-rail will hold their annual "Bring a Guest Luncheon Meeting" Monday afternoon, March 4th, at LOO p.m., to be followed by a brief meeting and excellent programMiss Mary Whitlock will review Robert Nathan's "I'ortait of Jennie", and musical selections will be rendered by soprano, Mrs. Lisa Maranz, accompanied by Gertrude Siegel, and the child prodigies Jacob and Isidor Lateiner. Reservations for the luncheon may be made for 75c per per son. Mrs. J.uk Bernstein, chairman ibeing assisted by Mr-C. 1 rank. IN MEMORIAM "May the father of peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." Al the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be consecrated: Recently departed: I. I.ouis RoSendorf, husband of Mrs. Blanche Rosendorf; Philip Augustine, father of 1 >r. Max Augustine; Hairy M. Barg. husband of Mrs. Hazel Barg; Minna Bizinsky. sister of Mrs. I.' HI SnctmanYahrzeits: l)unald Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry [). Williams ; 1'aulinc S. Scheinb YOUTH GROUP V. uld j iii care t i join a Club lhal shi uld inti r< -l y iung men and %  i iday ? If yen are interested in bi ; n a member, pleas I : c irsl meeting on Sunday. Ird, 1940, .ii 8:00 p.m.; in Kaplan 11.dl. Temple Israel, 137 N. II19th St-, Miami. We In >p( i form, lure in Miami, a branch of the National Fedn of Temple Youth wl HI agency of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and lake part in inter-city activities debates, forums, socials and SpOrtS. have speakers on subjects of vital importance, and generally become inti rested in matters pertaining to Youth of today. We are fortunate ill having with ns, at our opening meeting. Mr. Edward Israel, who was the director of the Young People'Croup in Harrisburg. Pa>. and we shall benefit from his advice on procedure. Tins igoing to be your Club; we would like to see you and your friends here Sunday night. We have many pleasant surprises (along SOCIAL lines) in si,,re for you. We shall expect you. Most vncerely yours, Melville l.etaw Marjorie Reichcnbach Ruth Wolkowsky. were put back into the clocks they ticked perfectly to the established musical i>attern. "Pinocchio" presents other musical novelties never before achieved on the sound screen and will prove particularly interesting to musicians, entirely aside from the interest of its story. This is Walt Disney's new de luxe production comparable to his "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." • • • Tickets have been issued for the festive I'.'nai I'.'rith Spring Get-together which will be held on March 14th at Cant Caither's new $50,000 Miami Beach Playhouse. Features of the evening will be the presentation of the comedy, "The Guardsman", by Caither's Broadway company, and the gala dance which will follow the stage show. The Playhouse. scene of the event, ilocated on Alton Road. and is reputed to be one of the most beautiful theaterof itk nd It was opened on January 8th and hasince become a mecca of the social (due of Miami, The theater was built and is managed by Gaithcr. the in -i theatrical producer in the business. "The Guardsman", was written by Iran/ Molnar, and produced on Rroaihvaj \> th great success by the Theater Guild with Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt in the I" 11 is a hilarious ci imedv dealin., with tin martial dill an actor and his actres i wife and the plaj e\i K es about his pi it ti i lest his mate's fidelity. The leading roles in the Playhousi production will be taken by two Broadway feature players Nancy Cushman and Edward Barry. Miss Cushman was featured on Broadway in the Theatre Guild production of "Storm Over Patsy", in Sam Herd's "White Man" and with Tom Powers in "Cloriana". Parry was the leading man in "School House On the Lot" and has appeared with various stock companies throughout the country. In charge of ticket sales are EAlbert Pallot, chairman, assisted by Messrs, Benj. I.e Vine. Al Berkeley, Leo Robinson. Joe Lip ton, Win. Shayne, Burnett Roth and Walter Jacobs. Memberof the Ladies Auxiliary assisting are Mrs. Sol Rotfort, chairman. Mrs, Joseph A. Herman. Mrs. Joseph J. Herman. Mrs. Irwin Siegel. Mrs. George Goldberg, Mrs Al Green and Mrs. Charles Beckwitt. Formal attire is preferred. Tickets may hi obtained from any member of the committee and reservations should be made immediately as the seating capacity is limited. BlMUL WILLIAM SHAYNE At a meeting of the Young Democrats of the State of Florida luld in Pensacola. Florida. William Shayne of Miami was re-appointed as State Chairman of Act. cities. Mr, Sidney Scgall, also of Miami, was appointed State Chairman of SIDNEY L. SEGALL Resolutions and Mr. Max Shaffer of Jacksonville, chairman of the Rules CommitteePlanfor a huge rally at which all Stan candidatewill appear is being planned for Daytona. Florida for the latter part of March, brother when we see our neighborWe must make friends and do our work \ th in fellow Jews in I d Americans! I : '. iod Jew -' Be unit and thus be stroi \\ ah Purii i ming on we an nounce that our candidate I >t Queen I Isthi r of the M i dox Purim Ball %  was our own [da Safer. First in our near i i so cial events ; ihe animal Membership 1 lance. This ifi>r paid up members and their escorts only. There is no charge other than the two dollarmembership due-. Jam Gershon is in chargeThe members of her committee are: Shana Levinson. Jean Weinberg. Rhea Epstein Pea Raichick. Marcie Adelman, and Helen Fleischer. Junior Hadassah girls keep April open for this thrilling cocktail parSOCIETY The Miami Chapter of the A. Z. A. will hold an outing Sunday at Matheson Hammock. Any Aleph of the A.Z.A. or any boy interested in joining the A.Z.Ais cordially invited to attendThe A.Z.A. will meet at Riverside Park at 10 o'clock where they will have a basketball practice, after which they will leave for Matheson Hammock at noon. • • PINOCCHIO SHOWS AT CINEMA CASINO Clocks become musical instruments, ticking out a miniature symphony in a novel sequence in "Pinocchio," the Walt Disney full length feature at the Cinema Casino. When a watchmaker was summoned to the Disney studio and told that they wanted him to synchronize the ticking of dozen; of clocks of all sizes and sounds s^ that they would tick to a musical pattern, he told them it could not Junior Hadassah By Elsie Kronenfeld CANTOR SHMULIKEL will be featured in a concert Sunday evening at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. be doneBut he did not know the Disney sound men. Thev recognize no idea as impossible; and so they played around with springs, cogs and screws, and when the works The other morning we were reading to a little girl stories from "Aesop's Fables". We came across the one about the lion and the bullock. The one about strength in unity. It struck US "between the eyes". How timely is the thought strength in unity. We people should stand together. We should. as the bullock did. realize that to protect the individual the tribe must stand together. One way for the Jews of this country to preserve their security is to know the Strength there is in unityWe do not mean forget America. We know the best for us is the best for our blessed land. The United States of America, This united stand must begin in our individual communities. It must begin paradoxically With the individual. We must remember our ty and dance, First we'll meet at the In ime %  >f M r-. Car! Weil 1710 Alton Road. Miami Beach, I r • i r". The n w e v ill I to the P • i| • %  K %  f I el t foi the remainand fun. At our 1 lay i te. F< b. 20. I S chairman i if • mr 1 ii mi r's llinnei I .. an%  1 her ci mmitl %  e. I hey are iv -ah 11 Klein and llarric'.lc Dam* cn-icin. Vnj girl who "| or earns" her $o.00 i> eligible to come with her escort to this outstanding affair. Rose Feinbci'.-. and Edith lieilich we -we you an apologyIn the confusion that always precedes a deadline we neglected to mention your names as members of the board of Junior Hadassah in last week's issue'! NANCY CUSHMAN Broadway star who will be featured in the B'nai B'rith theatre presentation at the Miami Beach Playhouse March 14ih.



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-t— Page Six • THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MARCH 1 1940 THE Y. M. H. NOTES A. (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) "What ilo I want to conic around the Y for? All these kids lecm to want to do is dance and besides they're so young—and the Upper Division is too old for me, I'm out of place there, too. I guess the Y has sort of left me out." That is what a worthy young man said to me one Monday night some time ago,—imgramiiiatieal but sincere. Recognizing this void, the Y is fostering a cultural group for those more serious-minded young men and women who would like to meet together for common interests other than just dancing and athleticsCurrently, the group, for example, is discussing Zionism with particular emphasis on the recent Zionist convention. It plans to sponsor speakers on current topics. round-table discussions with civic and business leaders and to have G icial functions from time to time. Officers have been elected and by-laws have been drawn upWeekly meetings are held in the clubrooms of the Y Thursday • ^i:ts. Tins group offers the almost unique opportunity of group cultural pursuit to younger people after college or high school days arc over with others of the same age and interestJUNIOR DIVISION At a meeting of this division held last Monday night. Miss I.eona Gulka was selected candidate to represent the "Y" at a Queen Esther Contest at the Ball of the Ladies Auxiliary f the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation that was held Tuesday night. Tho I.eona was not crowned Queen Esther, she received many votes and we. in the "Y", are very proud of her. Our Congrats to Miss Josephine Raxin who was crowned Queen Esther and who represented the National Council of Jewish Juniors. This division decided to hold a Leap Year Frolic on Sunday evening, March 31st. at the "Y". More details later, "Y-ETTES" This group of fine young lades, of which Mrs. Albert 0. Reisman is sponsor, is giving a Leap Year Frolic at the "Y" this Saturday night. March 3rdMany novel features are planned for this occaiion by the young Debs. In our opinion, one of the most original features that will take place that evening is the crowning of a young man as "Bull of the Ball". u warn i e to nee. The adi ithe mun lime sti DRAMATIC CLUrt Attention all ye Th< re very announce that thru the i f MrMauria ''i %  ssman. our Executi •we have secured the services of Dr .|i i v Cassel i f 0 ral Gables t' > reorganize our Dramatic Club and to act a*s Dramatic CoachDr. Cassel is an old theatrical trooper and has played with the Miami University Players and with the Theatre of Fifteen. He has several plans that he is formulating now and will be able to give us more details in the next succeeding issues of this paper. For the information of the young ladies who are somewhat reluctant in joining tins group, let nu st.cti that Dr. Cassel is good looking and is about 0' 1" tall and is a swell fellow. If you are interested in joining this club communicate with the Executive Director, HOME CAMP The Home Camp Committee at its meeting last week considered several applications which have been submitted for Chief Counsellor of the Home Camp. Mr. Grossman, "i'f Executive Director, announces that he will continue to receive these applications for a short while. \11 those interested please communicate with himCULTURAL PROGRAM A meeting of the Cultural Committed was held at the "Y" last Sunday afternoon, with Dr. Samuel Beckman presiding. A program is now being prepared by this committee which will include many affairs to take place during the months of April and May. From ire-rut planthere will be some feature held at the "Y" evety Sunday night. More detailwill he given later-. STEPHEN FOSTER NIGHT The week of March 25-30 will be set aside in an official proclamation by Gov. Cone as Stephen Foster Memorial Week, throughout the state of Florida, Mr. Grossman announces that the "Y" will have a Stephen Foster night during that week at which time music written by Foster will be featured. An elaborate program is being planned by the Cultural Committee for that evening. The date and more details will be announced later. GIRL SCOUTS Members of Girl Scout Troop Xo. 23 were hostesses to Mrs. Marion Shindell. Captain, at a Farewell Party that was held at the "Y" athletic grounds last Tuesday night Mrs. Shindell and her family are leaving Miami for Nfcw Haven Conn., and the girls of the Troop presented her with a beautiful gift. MrMaurice Grossman. Executive Director, spoke to the group and lauded Mrs. Shindell for the marvelous work she has accomplished with this Troop. He urged the members of the Troop to cooperate with Mis. FranceGinsberg, their new Captain, and give her the same cooperation and assistance they gave to Mrs. Shindell. The • of the Board of I >'• --. as well •' %  eneral i i i the "Y" are thankful Si, ndi ; i : with T roti). imd to see 1 we wish her a bon voj and li when goes back i d Hi mest New Haven. Conn. CHILD GUIDANCE By Joseph A. Berman (The writer will be glad to answer any problem of his readers Write tei him in care of this pap 1 r. | Xo community should be without a child guidance clinic. W e therelore will use this column to explain the need and workability of just such a clinicThe child guidance clinic is a community agency for the stud) and treatment of the whole childWith this goal in mind, there arc assembled personnel trained in medic-ne and psychiatry, psychology and social work. Each child studdied in the clinic receives complete social investigation a thorough medical examination, a lull psychological and educational survey, and an intensive psychiatric study. The types of problems studied by the child guidance clinic are tho.. in which a lack of adjustment between the child and his environment is evidenced by his behavior in his home, the School or the com |munity. The child's difficulty mav express itself in symptoms >i various kinds, usually occurring in combinations defying any scientific attempts at classification. Maladjustment, especially in younger children may be chiefly indicated by undesirable habits sn.h athumb suck ing, nail biting, masturbation, peculiar food fads night terroretc, or it may be indicated inainl. In the child's personality traits such as sensitiveness, seclusiveness. apathy. day dreaming excessive imaginationand fanciful lying, nervousness, moodiness. obstinancy. quarrel* s eness. selfishness, laziness, lack of ambition or interest, inability to get along with other children, etc; or the symptoms of maladjustment may be displayed in undesirable be havior such as disobedience, teasing, bullying. temper tantrums, bragging, or showing off defiance of authority, lying) stealing, truancy, cruelty, sex activities, etc. In CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) T 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi— 497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1478 Home Phone 2-2176 I LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES We are indeed happy to announce that we shall be privileged to have with us as our guest of honor one of the world'foremost authors. Mr. Sholem Asch, who wrote "Three Cities." "Salvation" ami his most recent book "The Xa/.u cue" A cordial invitation is extended to all members and friends to be with uthis Friday evening. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct (he services, and Cantor Louis Hayman, .i-.i-t. d by the Beth I >a\ id Choir will chant the prayerKab In Shapiro will discuss the subject, "•'.ive Me Truth." RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTION Junior Congregation: Harold Shapiro, Albert Eskanazi an. I H*r hert Glazcroff are in charge of the Junior Services Saturday morning at 10:30. The "Portion of Law" is expounded by the Rabbi. A "Kiddush" igiven in the auditorium immediately alter the services under the Chairmanship of Mrs. LJHartz. Bar-Mitzvah Group: An urgent appeal is made to parents who have boys of 12 and over to see that their children attend the "Bar-Mitzvah" group which meets every Sunday morning from 9 to 10 under the direction of Louis Gadott. Sunday School: It j 9 w j,|, ,t ( ... satisfaction that the Beth Davi i Sunday School has reached wh( \ a considered to be an Institution observant of decorum and scholasl attainment. The classes are u i the capable guidance of register, i and licensed teachers. We parents to become more vital') interested in the welfare of their children and attend the as,,!,', from II :M) to 12. SISTERHOOD One of the most out-tit ling events of the season to,.k | | i C e Sunday evening, at the Fleetvt i I Hangar. Fleetwood Hotel. It w ,. the Beth David Sisterhood's 24th Annual Pre-Purim Ball. Over %  people attended this gala event. Much credil must be given to th< General Chairman, Mrs. Mich Arnold and her committee. M, ,dames: Isador Cohen. Charles Vbbott. Sam Ehrlich, Hen Kandel. Nathan Kromash. Joseph Fine. 1. Gordon. Charles Peretzman and family, I.ouis Margulies, and S IW cinkle. Also Messrs. Louis Gordon, Michael Arnold and Louis Margulies. for making this affair such a huge success. We extend our gratitude to all those who patronized this event and we are certain that they will be with us in future affairs. general children between three and seventeen years of age are studied at the dance Tuesday nite At I confusion between the board memProblem children arc Jj <">'< %  of this writing the Y-M. I bers some who are in favor of niakH.A. Basketball team is in second I ing improvements on the "V propplace, after ton.te we will know erty up to $5000 and others who just where we stand keep your would like to make a substantial !" X-. !" ;' • r !" an real IcwCONKUOLS SAYS: If some ish Community Center that the kind hearted soul with a large bank\ whole )t roll would drop a hundred grand in [area the lap of the Y.M.H.A. right now, | The need unquestionably that would eliminate a great deal of I but the DO-re-ine is really -In referred to the clinic by parents, schools, social and health agencies A child guidance clinic handles human nature in a slightly new way because of its coordinated attack in attempting to understand and treat the whole child and his entire environment, it is a preventativt measure. It prevent"unhapp} Childl d" and brings about a healthier and more glowing community. As Mr. Grossman stated las Tuesday night when he spok ; %  S ul Troop. "Wr h< ; c Mrs Sh ndell is X,u ||.,, ll il the I i iri la ind ii her shoes will i (ewish population of this may use as its headquartc ;. I 1 NEWS AROUND TOWN Congratulations to jack \< the Y. l.il.A. [| Ball Team, who is now a with the Km :.: leyrr. I uv iand Weiss Josephine made a very lovely Queen Esthci \l US/1 ISLE 23TH AYS. AT 1CTM ST. ALLIGATOR WRESTLING HOURLY AOMISSISa 25. ONE Of FLORIDA S %tsf


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FRIDAY, MARCH 1 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE + 1—.. ^ BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, R.ibbl 6U" Mii-htpan Avenue 'Phone 6-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 710 Ml<-h)K;in Avenue 'Phone i-aui3 Council News FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM "Our Palestine" will be the sugjecl "i our ^iii-t speaker, Rabbi Aaron Teitelbaum at this week's Friday night service. Rabbi Teitelbaum lias recently arrived ironi Palestine, ami will give US an upto-the-minute report of the latest developments in Eretz Yisroel. Welcome this noted speaker. TWO BAR M1TZVAS Alvin Charles Atlass ami Andrew Alter Gcller, gcandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kornbulm of Boro Park will become Bar Mit/vas this week. They will both read the prophetic portion ami deliver addresses at this Saturday morning's services. Kabbi Maniches w II chant the servicesGUEST RABBIS Kabbi I. Zelker will preach during the morning services. Rabbi M. Goldman of Palestine will deliver a sermon at 4:30 I'M. The public iinvited to hear these two famous rabbis. MIZRACHI MEETING AND MELAVEH MALKEH A meeting ol especial interest will 1> it. JR. HABANOTH The Jr. I labanoth, a m wly formd group <•! girls between the age.>l 11 and 1 I. w ill meet Thill sdav night at 7 :(HI P.M. under til, -or.-lnp of Mi-. II. Kelemer. I ej aie preparing a litiniorous playlet for pre-i it tat ion at the 1 laban ith Purim F.ntertainiuenl to be held at our synagogue Sunday night, March 17th. Tickets are now on -ale. PURIM BALL Ticketare now on -ale lor our eleventh annual I'uriin Ball to be held Sunday night, March 24th. at the Floridian Hotel. An outstanding floorshow and evening of entertainment are guaranteedCANTORS CONCERT Cantor Maurice Maiuchewill resent his annual concert Sunday light, March 31A rich program >f instrumentalists and vocalists is >eing arranged. Tickets are now on sale. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL The following took part in this Sunday morning's assembly : Richrd Lev in. Katherine Rothinaii. Jerome Witt. Irma Schwartz, and Marilyn Goodman. The school is brushing up on a full repertoire of Purim songwhich will be added to the remainder oi the Purim Entertainment to be given by the School Sunday afternoon, March 24thM aim Section is happy :•. report and thankful to the one hundred and fifty ladies Who attended our Children's Aid Fund Lunchei n on Tuesday, February 27th at the Evans Hotel BallroomWe also want to publicly thank The Evans Brothers for their kindness and the splendor of the luncheon thai the) served. Mr-. Irving Kobley, Chairman of Children's Aid and her committee worked unselfishly and Strenuously to make the afternoon the success il was both socially and financially. Miss Gertrude Pinsky, National Staff Worker of the National Council of Jewish Women, gave the main address on Children's Aid and brought out the point that "Council members throughout the In led States and their friends have reah/ed the responsibility lo lite children in the oppressed countries by giving of their lime and money to help bring these children to the United StatesThat there s hope that in |he mar future the National Council of Jewish Women might be able to bring over abnt-t 10, KX) children." Rabbi Colman A Z wit man stressed the point that the "new gadget of selectiv ity w iin the National Council of lev W omen being sell cud atin diaii motherfor persecuted children from Central Europe." Mrs. Benjamin l.eVine, President, gave a greeting front the Sec lion stressing the point of th< Miami Section, that the Board of Directors had set a goal of r**l mvv members for the year lV-KJ and urged that visitor's spending llu school year here awell as residents of Miami join the Section and help us in carrying out the program that we have set forth as a Council Section.. The musical program was rendered by Jacob and Isadore Latinier, eleven and nine years of age. Mr. Bob Leers vocalist and Mrs. Ben Hochenberg dramatist, who formerly taught leading stage screen and radio artists of today. REFUO SHLAYMO We wish a speedy and complete recovery to Mr. A. Cohen recuperating at the Miami Beach Hospital. We are glad lo hear thai Mr. A. .1 Tobin is improving nicelyMay God grant them both a Refuo Shlaymo. SOCIETY OPEN BRANCH HERE Mr. Herman EMeyers and the M; < rt Brothers of New York ('it. ami I ar i\' n-k.iw ay i .i the Pai 1 Wist Memorial Chapel, have an %  !• mnred the < ipening i if a bran :l in Miami where they will he bcttei able to serve this area as they haw for the past leu years with Mr Meyers in chargeMr. Meyer; will also have this branch under his personal direction. They have been established for the past fifty year and have one of the large-t chapel ill New York City. They may IK reached locally by phoning 3-3737. • • • AWARDED TROPHY Philip Semoure Optner, -on o Mrs. Ida Optner. received the l.ipt man Memorial Trophy awarded tthe member affiliated with the mnsl campus activities by tie Alpha I. it Chapter of the Phi Epsilon Pi fratcniity. The trophy was awarded Saturday evening at a banquet gi\ en at tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Allen Cohen at which time 'he eleventh anniv er-:i ry of the chapter was celebrated. Philip, the fir-i t., receive the •on. r of hav ins hiname inscribed on this trophy, has ],,,,, a number o( the fraternity for the past three years; varsity manager of .the Hurricanes; participated in Radio and Dramatics for the radio; a membei of the University Box'ng Team; a member of the Vigilanc< commitThe regular meeting of Miami Section will be held Wednesday. March Oth. at 2 P.M.. at the Evans Hotel Ballroom with Mrs. Harry Barnhard who has just returned from Washington attending the 15th conference on Cause and Cere of War giving her report and MrsBen Meyers will speak on local, state and national legislation followed by a musical p..gram. Nomination committee for the election of officials for the ear 19-KM1 will be appointed and approved. We urge all Coun.i! members and friends to be with us Wednesday March 6th. tee; won the 125 lb. wrestling bout in the inter mural activities; has Served as corresponding secretary of this chapter and has maintained a goo,l scholastic average in .: %  ..1. Arthur Wei--, a freshman was awarded the Wcnuiek Memorial Trophy and twenty-five dollarin ea-h for having the best scholasl record the first semester. Second prize of leu dollars was awarded tt> Jack Freedman, another freshman, • SERIES OF PARTIES HELD Numerous parlies have been held at the Blackstone. Clinton ami Belvedere Hotels for tn~e benefit of the National Children's Convalescent Home of Coral Gables, The regular meeting of the Children's Convalescent Home members will be held Wednesday, March 13th. at 1:30 P-M-. at the Home. All are welcome. n • ANNUAL REGATTA MARCH 2 Not only are the holders o. six world's records enrolled among the entries lor the 27th Annual Biscayne Bay Regatta, Saturday and Sunday. March 2-3. but as many brand new boats in various classes will make their first competitive appearance in the eventThe Miami Regatta itin oldt t continuous -peed boat Regatta III the country, and for a number v a arha1M in -p. insi n ed hv th Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce Regatta Committee hearted by Jack Evans. A brand new twobuoy course in protected waters between the two Causeways has been selected. i • • • CARD PARTY HELD Many were present at the man jong and card party held at the home of Mrs. H. Korctzky Monday afternoon for the Miami Chapter of tfie Women's Division of the Americas Jewish Congress. Proceeds of the affair were given lo the National Refugee Camp in Ocala, Florida. Mrs. Korctzky was assisted by Mcsdames Moses Krieger. S. Bemknoff. JWolkowsky, MMeyers, J. Albert. A. Haber, A. Sussman. A. K. Woolfc. BHLondon and S. 11 l.utsky. SERVING — MIAMI BEACH and MIAMI Miami Jewish Funeral Home 7to <; w "i "EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH" PHONE 3 3431 HVR AMBULANCE SERVICE I %  2**-..

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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FL0RID1AN FRIDAY, MARCH 1. 1MO wJewisti IFKcriidliiain PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Second Avenue r J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION One year Six Mcnths H.ao 11.00 VOLUME 13— No. 9. MARCH 1, 1940Race Hatred Tolerance has been made an integral part of the United States Government's national defensePresident Roosevelt, in his message to Congress, made it clear that doctrines of racial and religious hatred are "rabble-rousing slogans" of dictators and provide a "danger to which we in America must begin to be more alert ... if American integrity and security arc to be prescribedThe Federal budget lor 1940 calls for establishment of a special unit of 250 men within the Federal Bureau of Investigation to combat espionage and subversive activitiesThe Justice Department has moved against anti-Semitic organizationsFrank Murphy, retiring as Attorney General to become Supreme Court Justice, said that one of the most important of the Justice Department's activities was to oppose agitators for racial and religious hatred—"the same sort of groups which set Europe aflame." Washington has become aware that racial and religious hatred arc artificially stimulated to create disunity. Any action which weakens American unity weakens American defenseIt is as a threat to our security that the Government is dealing with intolerance. As the President said in his message to the National Conference of Christians and Jews. "'Let us here resolve that in a time of world division and pain this nation shall be rededicated to the principles that ail men are brothers; that religious prejudice and group intolerance may not here destroy that unity in freedom which is the strength of our national character." SMIE.y SUCCUMBS IN PALESTINE Mrs. Kachacl I.eah Weitz, mother of Mrs. Maurice Grossman. passed away last week at the age of W0 in Palestine. • • • BENEFIT CARD PARTY TO BE HELD The Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami for Palestine will sponsor a benefit card party Sunday evening. March 3rd. at 8 I'M at the Beth David Auditorium, 135 N. W3rd AveVarious card games will be played and refreshments served. Admission is fifty cents per person. Proceeds of the affair will be sent to the refugees in PalestineAll members and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • BAR MITZVAH TO TO TAKE PLACE Herbert Arthur Zwick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zwick, will be Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning, March 2nd, at 9 A.M., at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 1445 SW. 3rd StHerbert Arthur will deliver the Haftorah. Rabbi Abraham A. Kcllncr will address the Bar Mitzvah, Following the services a reception will be heldSunday evening Mrand Mrs. Zwick will be hosts at their home. 821 S. W • 23rd Ave-. in honor of their son at 6 P.M. All friends are cordially invited to be present• • • SUCCUMBS TO ILLNESS Morris Schocnfcld. long-time resident of Miami, succumbed to m illness last week. Funeral services were conducted by the Miami Jewish Funeral Home with Kabbi Mux Shapiro in chargeInterment followed in the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Cemetery. He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Annie Schocnfcld. two daughters. Miss Pauline Schocnfcld and Mrs. Kdna Rozsansky and one son, Abe Schocnfeld• • • PIONEER WOMEN TO MEET An important meeting of the English Speaking Group of the Pioneer Women will be held Tuesday evening, March 5th. at the home of Mrs. BSegall. 9(10 Pennsylvania Ave.. Miami Beach, at 8 P.M. The guest speaker will be MrsHarry Marcus. All members are urged to attend. B'NAI B'RITH T NOTES by Harold Turk. B'nai B'rith is pleased to announce that it has procured the Miami Beach Playhouse on Alton Road. Miami Beach, for Thursday night, March 14th. for the exclusive use of the members of B'nai B'rith anl their guests. Brother I"Albert Pallot. who is chairman for that affair, has informed'me that the play "The Guardsman" will be performed that night by an all Broadway cast which includes Nancy Cushman and Edward Barry in the leading roles. In addition to the three act farce comedy. Brother E. Albert Pallott and the Committee have arranged for a reception after the performance which will include dancing and refreshments, and the cast of the play will entertain in the form of humorous comments and "take offs of many of the members. An entertaining! enjoyable and hilarious evening in a most novel fashion iguaranteed to each and everyone who is present. There arc approximately four hundred scats in the theatre and at the rate they are being purchased they will all be gone before very long. I therefore suggest that you contact Brother KAlbert Pallot. Chairman of the Committee in charge of the affairs for thai evening by calling 3-4728 or contact Miss Jeanne Rotfort, who is in charge of the Com' mittee of the Ladies Auxiliary. The price of the tickets is two dollars each, everything included. The first business meeting for the year 1940. also being the first business meeting by the new officers, was held at the Evans Hotel. Miami Beach, Tuesday .night and was a most interesting one. It certainly looked for a while as if a number of the brothers had planned to put Brother President Abbott on the spot and really give him a good initiation. What with all the motions. substitute motions, motion to table, points of information and about I dozen other forms of motions addressed to Brother Abbott all at the same time, its a wonder that our President did not then and there tender his resignation. But Brother Abbott sure did keep them all n line and handled the situation splendidly. Thanks to the Entertainment Committee, of which Brother Berkeley is in charge for the entertainment at the meeting and our appreciation to all of the Evans for permitting us to hold our meeting in their Hotel and for the refreshments that they served after the meeting. On Wednesday evening. March 6th, at eight o'clock, at Temple Israel, the First Unitarian Church of Miami will present Dr. John Ifayncs Holmes of the Community Cantor Samuel Kclciner from New York City, known the world over as Cantor "Shmulikel" anil considered as the world's youngest cantor and composer, will sing at the gala concert which will take place. Sunday evening at 8 o'clock in the evening at the "Beth Jacob Synagogue" on Washington and Third. Miami BeachThe concert promises to be one of the outstanding concerts that Miami Beach ever had. Cantor Shmulikel will be assisted by his new songs. brother, Berelc Kelemer and other well known artists. At this concert Cantor Shmulikel will introduce his latest compositions and also Church of New York City, in a lecture entitled "Is Our Civilization Worth Saving?" Dr. Holmes should need no introduction to intelligent JewryHe is the outstanding liberal clergyman of America We urge our membership to take advantage of this opportunity to hear Dr. Holmes, and. at the same time, demonstrate to our friends of the local Unitarian Church our sympathy with their aims and aspirationsTickets for Dr. Holmes' lecture are 11.00. and may be obtained at the B'nai B'rith Office. 510 Congress Building. POLITICAL BRIEFS Francis PWhitehair. candidate for Governor of the State of Florida, visited in Miami last week and was a guest at the McAllister Hotel where he received many prominent Miamians who have rallied to his support. Mr. William Shayne. prominent Miamian, is a member of the committee of the "Whitehair for Governor" campaign. Francis P, Whitehair, candidate for governor. was born in Chapman, Kansas. October. 1900. and came to Florida with his parents at the age of 10 where they settled in Winter Haven. He was admitted to the Florida Bar at the age of 20lie was employed as a law clerk, by the firm of Landisi Fish and Hull when 21: and was taken into the firm as a partner five years later by the Hon. Bert Fish, now serving as United States Minister to Egyptthe Ian Hon. Cary D. Landis, former attorney general of l-'lorida, and Hon. D. C-Hull, senior member of present firm of Hull. Landis and While ha:r., In offering himself for the office of Governor, Mr. Whitehair states. ''My decision has not been reached idly, or suddenly or carelessly, and I am prompted by no selfish ambition. It may result in personal sacrifices to me in time, money, homelife, recreation, and. perhaps, even friendships. The supreme ideal of my candidacy will be. to arouse • all Florida, a militant spirt for cii • righteousness, for absolute hone-t m public office, tor progressive humane and forward-looking adminis t rat ion in city, county and stateWith a united Florida behind these principles our major problems will disappear awith the wind. Nowhere in America :n this century has individuality counted for so much acivic spirit for so little. For instance, here in Florida petty jealousies have grown up among counties, unnecessarj rivalries between cities, and sectional animosities between various parts of the slate. All will admit that the result has been detrimental to the general welfare. A united spirit I'orida must Jiave. A Florida spiritHut it must be a spirit of toleranceInterests in Florida are widely diversified and each fills an important sphereEach interest must be progressive, but it also must admit the right of other interests to be progressiveFor instance, the playgrounds must admit the great value of the citrus proves, farms and industries of Florida. So. tooi the farming sections should sympathize with the problems of the holiday sections. The real Florida spirit should be an unselfish spirit. That spirit will promote the whole state and every citizen in it." Among the many planks of Mr. W hitehair's campaign arc to expect the government to slay in its proper sphere, and not to expect too much of it; find relief for and cooperate with the towns arid cities, which have suffered unjustly from loss of revenue; stimulate honest |and wholesome entertainment for visitors and surround them with never-failing good will; and to tolerate no invasion of American rights, so that foreign and subversive movements cannot live on Florida soil. TROPHIES AWARDED IN NURSERY STAKE EVENTS Co-Champions were crowned in the 1940 West Flagler Kennel Club $1000 Nursery Stake. Buzzic Roll, owned by Fred Whitehead, and Fritzi Fritz, owned by George Alder, roared under the wire at the same time in the big championship final, giving the track co-champions in the event for the first time since the event was inaugurated back in 1936It may be interesting to know, that six of the eight greyhounds which ran in the Nursery final were sons and daughters of I.ucky Roll, showing that blood lilies really tell in greyhound racing. Following the running of the rich puppy stake, Jacob Sher and William I.. Huntley, owner of the track, made the trophy presentation. A duplicate cup is being made for the other half of the deadheat comb nation. LEAGUE TO MEET An important meeting sponsored by the League for Labor Palestine will take place WedEve-, March 6th, at 8 o'clock at the Beth David auditorium. 135 X. W. 3rd Ave. The purpose and function of the League is to gather all elements who are in sympathy with the aspirations of actual rebuilding of the land of Israel and to enlighten the Jewish and general public about work of the "Histadrat" which is interested in the creaticTn of cooperative society in Palestine. The N'ational chairman of the League for Labor Palestine is Dr. Samuel W'ohl. and Dr. Edward LIsrael is chairman of the executive council. A musical and cultural program has been arranged for Wednesday evening. Mr. I. S. Shapoff will be chairman. The guest speaker will be Rose N. Stoloff. only woman member of the National executive, who is serving as vice-chairman. (Continued from Paga One) heard it said that Jews stick together. You would find how apart they are. You would be quite disgusted to sec groups jealous of each other and each concerned with its own prestige. You would find those groups proud of their own voices and every voice raised separaieK in a Babel that nobody listened toYou. as a Jew. would probablv say. Why not speak with one voice? Who can hear you when so many voices speak at the same time? The pride of a voice doesn't matter in the least in a time when multitudes perish. But you wouldn't be heard because of the cacaphony of a multitude of Jewish voices. From time to time luminous Jews have spoken to the same effect but they are never heard. Yes, my dear sir. stay Christian for the sake of Christianity and for the sake of your admiration of ; lews. Keep the gleam of light vou have and we shall guard the gleam of light we liave and in good time ', we may join our lights for the il! lumination of the world. When Christianity is in the twilight it igood for somebody to keep a spark to help make the dawn. The Family OF THE LATE Morris Schoenfeld Wish to thank their many true and loyal friends for their sympathy and many kindnesses extended to them during their recent bereavement. Mrs. Annie Schoenfeld Miss Pauline Schoenfeld Mrs. Edna Rozansky Abe Schoenfeld % %  ,. — .—..—. -—a



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i FRIDAY, MARCH 1. 1940 THE JEWISH FLORID IAN PAGE FIVE SERVICES: Friday at 8 p.m.. Sermon by Rabbi Morris A. Skop on the theme: fu B. J. Cohen and Judge Hy Roth. Rabbi Skop presided. ELECTRIC SIGN PRESENTED BY MRS. MEER: Mrs. Max Meer and son Abe presented the Synagogue with a beaut'electric sign to be placed in "What DID Confucious Say?" Were any of the teachings of this great Chinese philosopher similar to the Jewish teachings in the fields of religion ethics and morals? How can the teachings of Confucious be compared to those of Moses? Saturday Services at 8:3fl a.m. Mr. Herbert Talisman, baritone will introduce some new Sabbath melodies and Rabbi Skop will report on the latest cables of the "Jews in World News." ANNUAL BANQUET GREAT SUCCESS: front of the buildings to announce coining events in the Jewiih community. MrsMeer and Abe who is a member of the Religious School faculty have thus honored their husband and father Max of Winter Park who passed away. This mem* "rial will be a constant reminder of a fine Jew who lived his life Jew ishly loyal and devoted. The community is grateful to Mrs. Meer and Abe for this useful gilt which will lend dignity to our lovely Synagogue building-. JEWISH TOURIST In presence of a packed hall of j CLUB: members, friends and guests of Congregation Ohev Shalom the new officers were installed for 1940Over one thousand dollars was raised toward the purchase of the Com' munity Center building adjoining the Synagogue. Greetings were presented by Mr. Irving lineman. noted author of Hear. Ye Sons and Dr. Addams; Mr. I-rcedenthal. internationally known portrait paint" er; Dr. Stein, professor of History at Kollins College and representative visitors from the Florida Sanatorium and Dr. Weinsier's Health ConservatoryInspiring addresses v ere Kabbi Skop is continuing the hook reviews at the vveeky meetings of Jewish tourists held Wednesdayat X p.m. This week Rabbi Skop will review Irving Fineman's fine novel. "Dr. Addams". It is hoped to have Mr Fineman, the author, present to address the group. Discussion will follow. All welcome. RABBI SKOP VISITS TALLAHASSEE: Upon invitation of ihe Tallahassee Jewish Community and its spiritual leader Rabbi Eichorn. Rabbi Morris A. Skop was guest at the inspiring dedication last Friday for Women. Rabbi Skop conducted the Services. Rabbi Victor Reichcrt of Cincinnati spoke on the theme, "Burning or Building Synagogues". Rabbi Fichorn introduced the Synagogue and State officials who brought greetings to the Jewish community. Outstanding leaders in government, in education and civic life spoke to the packed Temple of listeners. Master B. Fleet, student of music, rendered Jewish and classical melodies on the new electric organ. Telegrams and letters were read from Jewish and non-Jewish leaderthroughout the country. Following the services Rabbi Skop wsitcd the Jewish students at the college. On Saturday the Rabbis attended sessions of the interesting convention of youth at the Florida College lor Women. Seminars were held on various subjects including. "The Jew and His Christian Neighbors"; •'The Kefugees"; "Anti-Semitism and How to Crush It," etc Christian teachers and leaders conducted the sessions of Christian youth who disclosed intense interest in the Jewish problem and sought ways and methods lo counteract anti-Jewish propaganda. Kabbi Skop also was guest of honor at the Annual Banquet of the I lelta Epsilon Phi Sorority presided delivered bv the newly-elected j evening of the new Temple near president of the Congregation Mr. the "'"P 1 1 of ,,,e Flori,la Collc K e movies and a carnival will feature the annual celebration. For the next few assemblies Purim songs will be featured. Each class will have its own booth and novelties. KOSHER MEAT MARKET UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT: Due to the illness of Mr. Sam Goldstein, the Orlando Kosher Meat Market has been sold to Mr. and Mrs. Neuer of Vienna and their parents. Messrs. Neuer who have had years of experience in the meat and restaurant business expect to make numerous changes and install a modern Jew2—JEWISH tlb ish restaurant catering to individuals and group meetings for luncheons, dinners and catered affairs. We wish them much mazel in their venture and hope for Mr. Goldstein a quick recovery. MEETINGS. Bnai Brith every other Tuesday. Brotherhood Night and Youth Night scheduled for February. Installation of officers next Tuesday. Bnai Brith Ladies Auxiliary Leap Year Party on Thursday. Cake Sale. A Z A Boymeet every Sunday night at 8 p.m. Open meeting Sunday. Confirmation Class with Rabbi Skop every Saturday morning at 11 am. Young Men's Club to meet regularly on Thursday over by an Orlando daughter. Miss I evenings. Mrs. Henrietta Weinroth HERMAN E. MEYERS AND ALPERT BROS. Announce the Opening OF THEIR Miami Chapel OF PARK WEST MEMORIAL CHAPEL PHONE: MIAMI 3-3737 115 W. 7th St., N. Y. City 1284 Central Ae.. Far Rockaway, N. Y. Under Personal Direction HERMAN E. MEYERS Tybel \\ it ten stein sorority president. PURIM PREPARATIONS NOW IN FULL SWING: ,At the last meeting of the teachers of the Religious School plans were completed under the chairajnnship of Mrs. Gus Bear, School Board member, for the annual Purim Carnival and Fntcrtainment to be held Sunday. March 24th. Plays, games, FASTER SERVICE to Washington, New York and the East ALL TRAINS ARE AIR^ CONDITIONED Cantor Shmulikel Famous Composer and Cantor Will Be Featured fcn a Gala Concert Sunday Ereninj. March 3rd, 8:30 P.M. at the BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE Washington Ave. at 3rd St. Miami Beach TWO A.M. AND NOT IA NERVINE TABLET IN THE HOUSE &f &f ORANGE SLOSSOM SPECIAL &f &f The only all-Pullman Dieel-electrie train to New York. Club car, lounge ear. New, smooth-riding comfort. 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Try Dr. Miles Nervine Tablets for Nervousness, Sleeplessness due to Nervousness, Nervous Headache, Excitability, Nervous Irritability. Small Package 35 Large Package 75* The large package is more econo m i cal %  NERVINE TABLETS elected president of the Dough Club. By the unanimous decision of the Jewish Young Adult men in Orlando, H.i the establishment of a Central Florida Y.M.H-A. organization has been adopted and formed. Mr. I.ieberman, prominent Orlando attorney, has been elected president of the "Y" for the ensuing year. RE-ELECT E. G. DUCKWORTH Justice of the Peace First Dist., Orange County, Fla. (Paid Political Adv.) Frank Karel. a resident of Flor* ida since 1881, is a. candidate for reelection for the office of Sheriff of Orange County, an office which he has held or sixteen years. Mr. Karel was in the Road Department and also Chief of Police. He installed radio cars which guarantee twenty-four hour service to the public and a fingerprint department which is considered second to none in the state. K. G. Duckworth, candidate foe re-election as Mayor of Orange County, has been a resident of Orlando since 1885. He was the first chairman of the Board of Trustees established in Orlando. During Mr. Duckworth's term as Mayor the City Utilities was bought and the Albertson Public Library was built. He seeks reelection on his past record. Joe E. Brown, serving the unexpired term of the late Floyd T. Fuller, as constable of District No. 1. Orange County, is a candidate to succeed himself for a full term as constable. He joined the law enforcement offices of the county in 1934 when he became the chief deputy and continued his services in the sheriff's office as civil deputy alter which he was elected to his (present position in a special election. Mr. Brown seeks election on his past record as an efficient official, with complete impartiality and honesty. He is married and has been a resident of Orange County since the latter part of 1929. He is a member of the First Baptist Church i a Mason, Shriner. K. P., Junior and Senior Chambers of Commerce and the Exchange Club of OrlandoHaving sixteen years experience in the office of County Tax Assessor, Jim Burden, is a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor of Orange County. Mr. Burden was bom in Orlando in 1890 and received his education in Orlando schools. He seeks this position on his past record obtained from contact in the Assessor's office and that if elected will continue with efficiency, service and courtesy. RE-ELECT FRANK KAREL SHERIFF ORANGE COUNTY Subject Democratic Primary "Experience With Satisfaction" (Paid Political Adv.) rSousT BROS 1S%? If" X* the BEST.' ^. "PROMOTE" JIM BURDEN To ORANGE COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR And Be Sure of EFFICIENCY SERVICE and COURTESY. (Paid Political Adv.) Experienced Dependable Capable RE-ELECT JOE E. BROWN CONSTABLE DISTRICT ONE I Respectfully Solicit Your Vote and Support (Paid Political Adv.)



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J <*Jewish Fileridl iai in Co *"* Tlhe JhBwiislh Unity c?Afc &JUxrijtJk VJMJLQJLLI VOL. 13—No. 9. MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1940 Poland Announces New Compulsory Labor Laws NEW RESTRICTIONS IN NAZI POLAND; BAN HEBREW TEACHING IN RED POLAND Amsterdam (WNS).—Jews and Poles were reduced to virtual slave status with the establishment in Warsaw of a special Nazi agency to draft Jews and Poles alike for compulsory labor in Germany, it was reliably rei>orted hereNazi authorities are planning to send approximately 120,000 persons from Nazi-held Poland to the interior of Germany, the report stated. Ten trainloads of drafted Jews and Poles leave Nazi Poland daily for various parts of Germany. It was reported also that Nazi luthorities in Poland have divided the Polish population into four clasifications: Jews. Polish, intelli[intsia, Polish workers and Polish :asants. Nazis inflict a different •and of torture on each category, .will the Jews being the chief sufferers. k Reports persisted meanwhile that the German Government has decided definitely to send all Jews from Germany, the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia and other parti of Nazi-dominated Poland to the Lublin reservations and to expatriate from the Lublin area the Polish population. The same source stated that yclIpw ration cards have been Intro* %  need for Jews in Poland. In Cracow. Jews received only one-quarter oi a pound of bread daily while %  on-leware given half a poundroughout Poland Jews receivel aller rations than their non-Jewneighbors. Raiding of Jewish homes contins unabated with appeals to the [olicc for protection unavailing, niforincd Nazis raid Jewish homes any time of the day or night and bfiscate what little food may be k the hoti-e. GOLDMAN FORGED F TO CANCEL ADDRESS Nazis Push Ghetto Plan PRICE 10 CENTS U. S. Supervision Permitted In Poland NAZIS PUSH LUBLIN GHETTO PLAN Stockholm (WNS)—The Nazi Government has no intention of abandoning its plans to establish a ghetto in the I.ublin Reservation in Central Poland, it was learned hereOne thousand Jewish men and women have arrived in Lublin from Northern Germany, mainly from towns along the Baltic, and thousands more are expected within the next few months. The I.ublin Reservation now houses 6,000 Jews and the Nazis are believed to be planning to rajse the figure to at least 50.000 by SummerVirtually the entire Jewish population of Stettin and Koenigsberg have been deported to the ".ghetto" and Jews from other parts of Germany's llaltic coast are expected to join them shortly. The Nazi Pylish newspaper, Nowy Kurjer Warszawski, (reported that thousands of the Jews from Western Polish provinces incorporated in the Reich had arrived in Warsaw, having left their homes to avoid deportation to Lublin. These Jews are easily recognized since they are compelled to wear yellow spots on their back-. NAZI GOVERNMENT AGREES FINALLY TO PERMIT U. S. RELIEF SUPERVISION IN POLAND Washington (WNS).—American pressure was seen in the sudden about face of the Nazi Government in agreeing to permit the American Red Cross to supervise the distribution of rel'ef supplies in the Qouvernment-General of Poland. The American Red Cross here received a letter from Hans Thomsen. German Charge d'Affaires. confirming details of the supplementary agreement, permitting American representatives into the Gouvernment General of -Poland, which was reached in Berlin earlier in the week. The new Nazi decision came as a surprise here because of previous refusals on the part of the German Government to allow Red Cross representatives to enter Poland. Recently, former President Herbert Hoover and Senator Arthur H. Yandenberg of Michigan appealed to President Roosevelt to intercede with the Nazi Government in behalf of the various relief organizations. Nazi refusal in the past to permit American supervision of relief in Poland had caused interminable delay in the shipment of American supplies to Poland. Both the American Red Cross and the American Commission for Polish Relief, Inc. had held up their shipments fearing that the Nazis would diver: the supplies for their own use Italy Ignores Pleas, Moves to Enforce Program Chamberlin Scorns Hitler "Peace Plan" CHAMBERLAIN BARS PEACE WITH HITLER London (WNS).-I)escribing Hitler as a leader "who could no morebe trusted by his own people than by foreign governments," Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain declared last week that the Allies were fighting "for freedom of individual conscience and freedom of religion against persecution wherever it may be found." The Prime Minister stated that no peace could be signed with Germany until Hitler was removed from power. Chamberlain's speech was interrupted several times by supporters of Sir Oswald Mosley. British antiSemitic Fascist leader. JEWISH PLEAS OF NO AVAIL AS ITALY MOVES TO ENFORCE ANTI-SEMITIC PROGRAM REPORT NAZI AUTHORITIES PREPARING TO FINE CZECH ONE BILLION MARKS Rome (WNS)—New legislation placing restrictions on Jews in the professions was scheduled to go into effect on February 29. all appeals to the Italian Government by leaders of the Jewish communities having been rejected. The legislation lists professions in three distinct classifications: (1) "regular." in which Jews arc barred entirely; (2) professions in which "privileged" Jews may practice: '.') "special" professions in which unprivileged Jews may practice only for Jewish clients. "Privileged" Jews are exempt from the anti-Semitic legislation because of their war records or other service to the State. The "unprivileged" Jews are forbidden to accept non-Jewish clients except in emergency cases such as urgent medical services. Since Italy's Jewish population ia only 32,000, many Jewish professionals will have to discontinue London (WNS).—Nazi newspapers have launched a new campaign against Czech Jews, demanding that ,l,e r practiceThe new measures a fine of one billion marks ($400.'prohibit non-Jews from seeking the (100,000) be imposed on Jews living services of "underprivileged" Jewm Bohemia and Moravia, it was ie ish professional men but does not ported hereprevent Jews from engaging nonKditorials in the Nazi press ) ews charge that, during tin JO-year exI Mor e than 10.000 Italian Jews istence of the Czech Republic, the have petitioned the Government for lews ruined the e nomic life of the Sudeten Germans and should be nade to pay for it. "privilege" status but the great majority of them have not as yet received replies to their petitions. Plain Talk -%  Alfred Segal j Yet 1 have lived to see a nation Christianity. A great spiritual ideal TO AN APPLICANT I called Christian excelling the Turks being destroyed is more a cause for A non-Jew writes that he wints 1 mas-acre, though I must be sorrow than the destruction of peo to take up Judaism and how to go mindful that modern mechanisms pieThe processes of nature will about it"The current persecution of Jews had made me a-inmcd of being viiri-t.in and in expiation I should like to take up the burden ot the Jew." Well -ir. I -ay no! Wire I the rabbi to whom you came tot el l %  > i I would re ; ,i iC y >U ... I u i -sion t.j the House oi Israel, i would have contributed much to making keep on producing more peoplemassacres more efficient and whole-1 So 1 feel that a fine Christian Machine guns automatic spirit like yourself must be saved EMINENT MINISTER TO VISIT HERE rifles all that. not absorbed and lost. It must be John Haynes Holmes. Minister of the Community Church of Xew York City, and recently judged th, most tolerant man in Americawill 1 remember, too, how the consciallowed to stand as a bit of light .be in Miami on March 5 and 0. He ence of Christianity revolted m the world. It may-come to pass comes especially to preach the Inagatnst what the links were doing thai m tin fullness of time a spirit ..oil.,.: .. c %  i n to the Ann,,,,..,,-. I, warmed my like yours and others like it ma" S, -'"' U "" *""'" : ,,,t Ins "young heart to know that I was Hvbe like tlu oil that remained in tin""" of ,hc Reverend Joseph Barth, ing m ., moral order that wouldn't lamps of the lewish temple that Minister of the Firsl Unitarian le.l.v.-i frankly that C tiaiis are tolerate thai sort of thing. My oldhad been profaned. (We celebrate Church of Miami which takeplac< %  .i.i'iiv needed in the world thai er heart gets cold with fear aI our Hanukkah on thai account.) Coming aa great d sappointment | to local Jewry was the announcckient released by the Greater Mi[ami Ziionist District that Soloman [Gold,nan, president oi the Zionist %  Organization of America was forced Ito cancel his scheduled address here [last Thursday eveningReputed [to be a brilliant orator Miamians 'had received news of his appear n,-, with great enthusiasm. The local district expended every feffort to have Dr. Goldman fly here [after original plans were changed but because of pressing needs of [his personal attention to several unexpected matters on the Palestine [situation that arose, he was unable Ito do so. it ei.i afford to 1<-.even one. observe that today's massacres have V-.ii appear to be a C i j Chris-[.caused only a slight react'on I Christian revulsion. tian. i he Gent lc nations ire (loin. horribly. The Jviazi massacres Butcher) has become a commonplaci ; li-it one notices only casually aIn looka: hi 1 on Ini.nPoland certainly are a denial oi [everything that hato do with ger cut by a "paring knife! Christ. (Only this morning in a Nazi propaganda leaflet I read a speech oi I r. HanBorchers, Ger iiian Consul General, in which he -is that he is no pagan but goes to a German-language ciiurch j in .New York every Nmdiv.) The Russians are altogether ] agan and do their first-degree mur-;... v at the Alcazar HoUl on March .%  M.iv v_.in-ti.in. .Not |hal a spirit like yours wouldn't adorn Judaism. Following evening at Tempi, We.lewanso worried ,ih.-a, selfIsrael. I >r. Holmes will deliver a defense thai we are quite forgetting I public address on the subjectIour mher„a„ce alight-givers. Bj ( „„ Civilization Worth Saving' ih< : rc< ul circumstances we have Si • you -ee. my clear -ir. that Christianity is sometl ng to he troubled about. I don't think Itidai-ni iabadly oi,' .,Christianity, .lews will perish hut Judaism will keep on heiiiK the gleam of light that one leu will hand down to another and. somehoWi after a Icring in Finland as objectively fts """ared years Jews, 1 guess. will butchers laying their hands to th morning kill(At least for the Russians it may be said tha; they make no pretense of being churchgoers.) W hen I mas much younger I used to be thankful that 1 lived in a Christian world and that Turks were secluded in one small corner of it. At that time Turks were massacring Armenians and my youthful theory was that Turkwere so blood-thirsty because they bi e a people vvii... ,„,,, ,.. sciousness ithat which our pain provide-. ( Hir talk iall oi persecution and we are scarcely aware oi being the bearers of light. \\ seek the obscurity of the dark side of the streetI think it might be to the benefit ,1 Judaism to have a fine spirit like yours. You might come to us with something of your Christian evangel, sm to fire our hearts which tobe found meeting on the ordained holiday to celebrate the Ten Com, ..undents. Or, on the ordained oc''.'V, F* A *?, ( ; rk ""'', fe "f" ur casions. they will be reading from ^''*''''',',' T'" U be t aWe "' i] Claiming superior merits for luda'' '" T' S U ews i "'* their pr.ii.hei-. V' 1 bUt ^l An ther reason whv >'" • "'. ... want you to become a lew is that Christianity ,being take for a you might he disappointed in lewsride by armed gangsters. SomeYou probably believe in the solid *** % %  fH"",s>.'vi .>. ,"'.m i '• I I'le of good will to go and save (Continued on Page Pour) For years Dr. Holmes name has appeared on lists of the best ten preachers in America, and in litx ral religious circles has been consider ed an outstanding leader. N, ted for his brilliant and determined defense of ethical principles, he was the -pearhead of pacifist resistance to the war spirit and to the last war itself. Never during his career has he condoned the slaughter of his brethren, cither for greedy or pair otic reasons. Friend ,.f Ghandi ol India whom he griatly admires is a man of practical Christian action. In helices in using th, methods of active nun-resist, in e which Ghandi finds so successful. This is John Haynes Holmes first trip to Florida.



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f AM TWO THE /SWISH FLOBIDIAH FRIDAY, MARCH 1, IMO SOCIAL ACTIVITIES. WEDDING NUPTIALS PERFORMED The marriage of Mrs. Mary Cohen to Mr. Morris Greenberg was held Monday afternoon in the presence of their immediate friends. Kabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated. A reception followed the ceremony. • • • YOUNG JUDAEA ELECTS OFFICERS TluHerbert S. Lehman Chapter 1 i the Young Judaea which meets every Thursday evening at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. recently held election of officers. Jerry Gold* hagen was elected president; Hill Stein, vice president; Monroe Gilbert treasurer; Mona Rubin, re, rding secretary; Muriel Ausland* er. corresponding secretary; Beatrice Schultnan anil Mona Rubin. Ml!-. TO LAUNCH CAMPAICN Kabbi Max Shapir Beth J iav C01 rill launch the I Jewisl enii EBiSSB<<-S£gasg5% TA3LE PADS Washable Waterproof Made To Order (t ft t p \LOW As— P^I4i) 3-Day Special Sale Bring Size of Half of Your Table and Save Agent's Commission. AMERICAN TABLE PAD 1786 S. W. Eighth St. Phone 3-3272 TO ADDRESS FORUM Kabbi Aaron Teitclbaum, well known in this country and abroad as one of (he founders and an active worker of the Joint Distribution Committee and the Central Relief Committee, will be the guest speaker at the Fridaj night Forum of the Beth Jacob Congregation of Miami Beach at 8:30 I'MHis subject will be '"Our Palestine". Kabbi Moses Mescheloff will introduce tlu speaker. The public in\ iled., • ENTERTAIN AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scheucr entertained ..t dinner Thursday evening at tin' Roney Plaza Hotel and had as their guest Edward Everett Horton of Hollyu I. California, ivho i-:.irr:n_ in tin theatrical production "'Springtime for Henry." • • LECTURES TO BE GIVEN Mr. rd ( • faculty %  %  i %  ker last Saturd : %  Mental II. ilth". irch 9th, Kabb nan A. Zwitman of Temple Israel trill address the group on the epts ol Time in the work of Thorn* .Mann". All are welcome. There s no charge. RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor MARRIAGE M1ZRACHI TO MEET The regular meeting of the Mens' and WomenDivisions of the Mi* imi Beach Mierachi will be held Saturday evening -it the Beth Jacob Synagogue at 8:30 P.M. Rabbi Varan Teitelbaum will be the guesl speaker. Dr. B. De Koven, president will preside. An interesting ram will be presented. The public iinvited t" attend. • • SISTERHOOD TO MEET The Beth Jacob Sisterh I "ill hold itmonthly meeting Monday night at 8 P.M. at the Beth Jacob Synagogue when reports of the new 111 iect and other activities will be heard. Kabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak and Cantor M Mamches will pre <\ ide the 11 ui< al n igi a BANQUET TO •IE HELD Tin I'. ipl( '. %  1 ed er I ly I -' %  and r tin rp< si r I \id S ir the 7 I'.M a I • r Hoi Ad* ill be twi dollars • and I eket may I taint %  from mi .it the hotel. Members of the executive committee who are in charge of ar• in!are Messrs. Max Kronstadt, \. w York : Counsels r J I.. Tepper, Washington; Dr. Alex Mucdoni. well known writer; \l Chanin, educational director of the IS HELD The marriage of Miss Ruth-Janowit/ to Hyman Ostrofsky was held Tin -day afternoon at the office ol Rabbi Moses Mescheloff wl 0 offie atcd. • • • WOMEN'S MIZRACH1 HOLD PARTY The Miami II. ..eh branch of the Women's Mizrachi will hold a cud party at the TideHotel Wednesday aften 11 at 1 ;30 P.M. Tickets may be purchased from members -r at th, Beth gogueAll members arc IIreed t" attend Jacob Synaand friends ARBEITER RING TO MEET The I ir.. Her Miami Arbeitcr Ring descent Institution will have a me.tinThursday, 8 30 P.M.. 7 \\ ashingti n \\ c • : discuss : to further w rk, EN ITRTAIN AT PARTY Macht of • day ,-,.•:• the Wl Motel cch Ichild. Mr. and Mr• in. Mr. and Mrs, Herman Schherr. Mr. and Mrs. Sol K bloom and Mr. and Mrs. A. Hoff* berger, Mi and Mrs S Hi : 1 l>e rer Collins, all of Baltin 1. ; Mi -. I ssie MenHOW MY FAMILY LOVE? THESE KOSHER BAKED BEANSL %  \\ ashingti in. 11. C. ; Mr-. Etta Kanoi • -. Staten Island, Xcu V rk Mr. and MrMorris Rubin. Workmen s Circle; l-.phrami Can an >.„ ., .. ,, ,. .. ., %  ,, Mr : ""' Nf r-. Harry Rubin of Mol the Morning (ournal o( Brook...... mw They're PAREVE, tee App,ov.J by THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA Th* sec/ of approval (Q) on the front of f he label Serve a dish that everybody loves—HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS. They're oven-baked, of course then crowned with a crimson tomato sauce. The best seller in every kosher delicatessen store and grocery store, catering to Jewish trade. HEINZ FOODS ly 11; David Abraham-, execul the Vmerican Jewish Congress; Joseph Margoshes, Morning Journal; Jacob Kissenbaum, journalist; Jacob Cason, Akron. Ohio; and Meyer Wolff "i Atlantic City. Fur ther detailwill be published in a lat< 1 issue. • • TO HOLD BANQUET Greater Miami Workmen's Circle Branch 692 will hold a banquet in honor of Mr. X. Chanin. Educational Director of the Workmen's Circle, who ihere for a short \i-it. The banquet will be held at the Tel-Avh Restaurant, 451 Collins Vve.. Miami Beach, Saturday. March 2. at 8:00 P.M. For.reservations call 2-8336 or 5-7696. .All members and friends are urged to attend ami. RIDE THE FLORIDA SUNBEAM COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED 1ST* AT YOU TAIL! RPR TO YEARS FINE SADDLE HORSES Special Riding Instruction Moonlight Rides Riding from 7 A. If. to 3:30 P. M. North Miami Riding Academy 13375 X. E. Sth Ave. Phone 7-2022 WOLPERT'S FURNITURE* BARGAINS! We Refure To Be Undersold" 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHOHL 3 4132 THE SHORT-CUT to Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Detroit. Lv. Miami 7iOO P.M. Through sleeping cart for Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit. Through coach to Detroit. Direct route from Florida via Hampton. Travel in comfort and safety at low cost-in coach** and Pullman cars. Lounge car, dining car. Comult T. W. luckert, A. O. A. 1731. 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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN FRIDAY, MARCH 1 1940 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1646 8. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KBLLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Friday erening services, 8:30 p m. .^ Shabbes: 9 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset. FRIDAY NIGHT FORUM The weekly Friday evening religious forum will be continued this Friday evening at 8:30 P.M. in our Synagogue. As in the past weeks. Rabbi Kellner will discuss the salient aspects of the world Jewish scene and speak "Alone Together" A cordial welcome is extended to all. LADIES AUXILIARY A regular meeting of our Ladies Auxiliary will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 P.M. in the auditorium of the Y.M.H.A. at 1567 SW. 5th St. We are happy to report that though the gracious courtesy of the "Y" we are enabled to use their spacious meeting Hall and the initial meeting held there two weeks ago was greatly acclaimed and it is expected that this meeting too will be well attended. The membership is urged to be present as reports will be rendered of our recent and successful Ball as well as of our forthcoming Purim Dinner. BOARD OF DIRECTORS The regular bi-monthly meeting of our Board of Directors will be held Tuesday evening. March 5th. in the SynagogueUrgent matters of business makes it imperative that the total membership of the Board be present. HABANOTH Sunday, March 3, the Habonoth Group of the Miami Chapter will be the guests on Rabbi Kellner's radio hour over station WIOD at 3 P.M. Dans for the Purim Festival in which the Habonoth and Habonim groups will cooperate are being completed. WOMEN'S MIZRACHI At the last meeting of the Women's Mizrachi held at the Y-W.H-A. twelve charter members were inducted. All women interested in Mizrachi idealism are invited to phone Mrs. Abraham Kellner. 3-5192. THE BALL The committee in charge of the ninth Annual Purim Ball, are very grateful for the glorious evening which was made possible by the largest number of people ever to attend our BallsWords are too few to express our S incere appreciation for the splendid cooperation given by MrsIKrick. general chairman and her capable and efficient committeesThese commit* tees were composed of Mrs. A. 1. Orlansky, ticket chairman, and Mrs. I. Rosengarten, co-chairman; MrsLouis Kotkin, publicity chairman ; Mrs. Leo Axelrod, refreshments chairman; Mrs. Abraham Kellner, Queen Esther contest chairman Mrs. NLevitt, chairman of voting arrangements; MrsCMKagan and Mrs. G. Chertkoff; Mrs. LLevitt, telephone and service chairman; MrsH. Schulman and Mrs. V. Mell, hostess chairman and cochairman. We take this means also of thanking sincerely the hospitality committee headed by Mrs. Samuel Geltner who is cooperation with Mesdames M. Bresloff, C MKagan, LStone. L. Axelrod, Win. Klein, who helped so much to make the refreshment tables so beautifulQUEEN ESTHER NAMED We congratulate Miss Josephine Kaxin representing the National Council of Jewish Juniors on her winning the coveted role of Queen for the evening. The prize was a very lovely gold bracelet which we hope she will always wear in joy. Our appreciation is extended to Leona Gulko, representing the Y.M-H-A.; Frances Rose Katz, Jewish Welfare Auxiliary; Edna Maltcr. Beth Jacob Sisterhool, Ida Safer, Junior Hadassah for their participation in the contestWe also thank MrI. Krick for his kind cooperation as M.Cduring the contest and Mr. H. M. Drevich for his generous assistance in the arrangements. THANK YOU Many thanks are due to the following ladies who contributed so liberally with donations: Mesdames Win. Clein, Dinah Daum, Abraham Kellner, Albert Klein, Leah Kagan. LLevitt. Victor Mell, A. I. Orlansky, I. Rosengarten, M. Rifas, Rappaport, A. Selevan, Sokoloff and SStone. We are grateful to the many organizations and firms who by the contributions aided materially in the success of our affair and MrA. Pepper for his aid and assistance. RECEPTION A reception honoring MrsIKrick, general chairman, and her committee will be held at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner Monday evening, March 4th, at 8:30 P.M. REFUO SHLEMO We are extending our sincere best wishes for a speedy and complete recovery to our dear sisters Mesdames Philip Berkowitz and Abe Pepper who are confined to bed with illnessesAlso to Mr. Sokolow who is ill at his homeLEST WE FORGET Our sincerest thanks are extended to Miss Phyllis Shulman whose rendition of popular songs addel much to the success of our Ball and who will sing the solo parts on our Radio Hour. principal citiesMrHryte is held in high esteem by the legal proLs-r PICKWICK INN | RESTAURANT 152 S. E. let St. CHARCOAL for BROILING Club Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner MRS. GRACE GRAY Supervising JACK BRYTE HEADS NEW DETECTIVE AGENCY Jack Bryte who has been associated with the Smith Detective Agency in Miami for the past 6 years has opened offices at 614 American Bank Building under the name, Bryte National Detective Bureau. Bryte in 1936 located the burned records destroyed by former criminal court clerk, George McCallHe also assisted the Bar Association in fighting the "one armed bandits", slot machines. In 1937 he gathered evidence for injunctions against gambling houses in Miami BeachHis work has been of a highly confidential nature, disclosed only to the public through court proceed* ingsBryte specializes in taking motion pictures for evidence. "This evidence", stated Mr. Bryte. "is irrefutable and can be preserved for years". He has been successful in presenting this form of evidence in court both here and in the XorthThe Bureau has connections in all Now Showing REV. J. MALEK Experienced MQHEL PHONE 2-0828 300 N. W16th Ave. alt [Disney's FUU LENGTH rEATUKE nocchoo IN TECHNICOLOR ••• It again —and %  ••• %  —to Bartoka of ALL Its high romance, breathl.il exc J teineiil. 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