The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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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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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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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University of Florida
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VOLUME 13No. 15
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MIAMI. FLORIDA PBU)Av ApRTL. 12 1940
PRICE 10 CENTS
Death Comes To Cyrus ^^L |*Wh Profr/em 4mes ,4s
Adter, Hevered Leader s. e. conference Germans Push Invasions
Philadelphia (WNS>- Promin- Women>s League
Dr. Louis Levy of Memphis was
elected chairman, and Baron do
Distributes MusiC Hirsch Meyer of Miami and M. .1.
_____ Rothschild of Montgomery, vice-
. nt persons in all walks of life
joined in moumi lg the passing
of Dr. Cyrus Adler, outstanding
leader of American Jewry, who
died at his home here after an Mr"' Samuel S"k'^1' twt'> ^airman of the Southern Region-
illness of two months. The noted ***** "at,onal President of the al Conference of the Council of
Jewish scholar and humanitarian Women's League of the United j,,wish Federations and Welfare
was 76 years old.
Chief among the mourners was
President Roosevelt, who last De-
cember invited Dr. Adler to rep-
resent American Jewry at a poa-e
conference of religious leaders at
the White House. The President
joined hundreds of educational, re-
ligious and civic leaders in pay-
ing tribute to Dr. Adler.
Dr. Adler. one of the most act-
ive workers in defense of civil and
political rights for Jews through-
niber over ... .
aa/uui u i .l funds, meeting in Birmingham on
1IKI.000 members, announced that
as pait of the religious plans, a Anrj| ,;th and 7th-
series of Passover Melodies, ex- Approximately 200 lay iin.l pro-
ecuted by members of the Glee fessional leaders from 25 cities
Club of the Jewish Theological in the region attended the two-
Seminary, will be put on the mar- day sessions. Present from Mi.
ket. ami were Stanley Myers, Baron
The melodies specially recorded de Hirsch Meyer. Rudy R. Adler.
for home use and sponsored bv Samuel Estroff, Ernest M. Guns- L"waa generally conceded that
the Women's I-eague of the Unit- berg, Mrs. M Selig. tnt' Naf almv on thl' march *'"
. o | ,,,. ... ,. can only mean new Buffering and
od Synagogue include Add.r Hu | An outstanding pane, of Speak- per8ecufjon8. Sw(.(|l.n :,\,.,,
Mighty ,s He), sung my Morris era stressed the values oi the ign population ,. 6600 ,. whom
out the world, was president of D- M"'K',S'.now Kabbl 0l Jack- democratic way of life at the op- 8>600 ,ive in Stockholm, with the
the Jewish Theological Seminary sonv.lle, 1-lor.da. emng session, a symposium on n.m:u..ilvr 8Cattered throughout
of America, and of Dropsie Col-! _________________ "Tht' Jew as Goo,i Noghbor. lht, ,,,_ Norway has a Jewish
1..,,., in thi. ..;,,- n.- i,ii..,. ,..... Speaking on "The Jew m Public u*i ,.e i.. i ,,, ......
London (WNS)While the Nazi
Army moved to take over the
three tiny Scandinavian countries,
Denmark, Norway and Sweden,
alarm was voiced here over the
late of the 14.000 Jews in those
countries.
Denmark, first of the three
Hospital Campaign
Receives Support
"Build This Summer Crippled
Children's Hospital." already is the
most publicized slogan ever to
lands to feel the heel of the in- have swept tne southt''n end of
the state.
In response to repeated demands
from other counties, Dade County
Crippled Children's society now
accepts the assistance of the oth-
lege in this city. Dr. Adler was
sssoi iated with a large number of BROTHERHOOD JOINS
Jewish organizations, the must
peaking on -ine jew in ruonc population of onlv 1,400, mo:.
Life, Charles N. Feidelson. At- than half ,,, .,,, ,.,;,,,. ,,_,
lanta. called for the dedication of
vading Nazi army, has a Jewish
population of 0,000. virtually all
of them concentrated in Copen-
hagen. The capital has a thriving
Jewish community, maintaining its
own religious schools, a Jewish er ",ne countll's ,n the district, it
Library and a Jewish museum. ,s an,10u,1'<' by W. L. Philbric!:.
president of both the crippled chil-
dren's society and of the hospital
corporation.
Mr. Philbrick explained that the
state of Florida maintains a Cru -
pled Children's Commission which
pays for surgical and hospital ex.
pense.
While the state >mmission fi-
nances surgery and ipitalization
it does not pro\: '< braces.
.lewisn organizations, the most vA>rmNiT nur A1MT7 ATinH V hl' ll'"''' countries have been ,
important being the American NATIONAL ORGANIZATION JeW8 everywhere to the cause ol ,,.,a;iv,.iv free of a-iti-Semitism, crutfhe. "P^> sl" oth'''-
Jewish Committee, which he served democracy. "If we would be truly witll Beveral JeW8 Denmark mechanical aids. The .utfc Flor-
., president. Miami's Temple Israel Brother- *od neighbors.' he said, "we hoWing government posts, al- ida Crippled Children s Society
His death came as a sore blow hood has just joined the National "lust 'ea,ve nothin* un*ne ''"" though Sweden had ban,. I Jew. **" fganlzed to prov>de these
to Jews throughout the World, Federation of Temple Brother- "ould help to preserve the way of fl.onl ..lections u, tht. Counci, r needed appliances for children
who cognized in Dr. Adler a hoods, according to an announce- lifo- tht' dearly-won institutions, State ., tht, Minl8try. According wh0M ,,a,ents wwe unal'" '" '
valia.t fighter for Jewish rights, ment made at Cincinnati head- the dearly-cherished rightsthe l0 thc Universal Jowls], Encydo. "* .. .. ,
whole fabric of liberties and pedfc. a law ,ls p8Bgec, in x.. The South Florida ( rippled
achievements woven ohroilgh the way m ly2y prohibiting slaue ; -r Cnhdren socletv in Da<1' Coun-
long centuries into what we call of cattlc, in acCordance with Jew- ty 'S Communitv chest tgmcy.
In 19li). Dr. Adler accompanied quarters of N. F. T. B.
the late Louis Marshall to the Benjamin W. Sole is president
Peace Conference to work for the of the Miami group. William
welfare of the Jews in the settle. Homa is secretary and Stanley
"lent. Hodes treasurer.
"Unquestionably the Jews who Affi|iatt, of tm. Union f Ameri.
lived in the zone of war," he hit- (a|, Hebrew Congregations, the
er said, "suffered greater hard- Nationai Federation of Temple """ "2~ "XT' '"'
ships sustained greater losses and Brothe|.no0(ls is ma(U. up 0f 129 ^Zj^^Jt^^
have been left in a worse economic units throughout the country. 1 \ .TV / ,_L ,,;'.
condition than anv other people .. .. ,. Phl8- Tlu' ('""nnm.ty (ouncil .
i i- -lL .t_ -..f N. \. T. B. sponsors the Jew- Hernrin Helman Atlanta "The
of Kurope, with the possible ex- ... nciman iitiman, Atlanta, ine
ish (hautauqua Society which CO- Community Chest"; Mrs. Roland
democracy.'' jsh dietary laws.
Others participating in the Sat- Jewish youth organv .::ons in the
Ul'day night symposium were Rab three countries h i i banded to-
bi Stanley Brav. Vicksburg, on gether and orga ed the Scan-
"The Synagogue Pulpit"; H. L. dinnvinn Jewish outh Society.
onal --------- ----------
ccption of the Armenians."
In December. 1982. 84 publish- ^TlJ^^T^J^l N.h.an, Mont,omc,.y,;Tho soum.s comng into Dade county SS,TlwieJSs^ h^
The Chest does not build hospit-
als. Its funds are used fo' main-
tenance of the welfare p i i.im
only. Therefore a separate i'. r-
poration was of necessity formed
to collect funds, build and main-
tain the hospital.
A number of sites have bee l < .'-
fered, but no selection has been
" made. The American Hospital
Reports from confidential Association, a subsidiary of the
POLITIC .L BRIEFS
"the ten leading Jews in the Unit- Y. M. H. A. DEDICATION
id sti ,.: ....._ of Birmingham closed the session tv
During'most of his career D, DATE IS ANNOUNCED ^ JJ .,, Jev
Adler was associate! with th>
would be the finest of which the
directors knew.
Many oifers of assistance have
ish Census.'
"This is not just campaign pro-
paganda." Pruitt stated, "but is been received. Plans for special
Unite I Synagogue of America. He Elaborate plans are beilg made Representatives from the var- the result of a careful analysis gjftg may be made by comnurr.i-
was a non-Zionist, and in l'Ji". for the Dedication Cerenion.es of ious local communities met in of the situation after a state- (.ating with the campaign office-
' i the United Synagogue had the Young Men's Hebrew AssO- round table sessions on Sunday wide survey mad.- to satisfy my 0f the South Florida Crippled
adopt d a resolution approving ciation for Sunday aftsr.ioon, and discussed in detail the func- own mind. I have refrained from Children's Hospital, 660 'West
the Zionist movement and had May 5th. Details will be an- tional aspects of federation and making any predictio s until I Flagler.
elected, a delegate to the American lounced in forthcoming issues. welfare fund activity. could determine for myself the B'nai B'rith has appointed a
Jev i h Congress, he resigned as
I n sident. He was an opponent
of the World Jewish Congress
and often came into conflict with
Kabbi Stephen S. Wise because of
his opposition to the world body.
CUBA BANS ANTI-NAZI
FILM UNDER PRESSURE
Havana (WNS) Performances
of the motion picture, "The Mod-
ern Inquisition," Hollywood-made
film which had been exhibited in
the United Stales under the title,
"Hitler, Beast of Berlin," were
banned here following a protest
by the German mi later to the
Cuban State Department.
(i. R. Naylor, the distributor,
said that the film had been ap-
proved by the Censorship Board
and he hoped t get the ban lifted
within a few days.
ADOIT ZIONIST "CREDO"
Concentrating their attention on an illuminated map of F.r< tz
Israel (center), nearly 1,000 delegates of several hundred
youth organizations voted "aye" to a Zionist "credo" which
pledged a combined membership of more than 50.000 to new
efforts for Geulath Ha'aretz. Nell Ziff is seen addressing
the conference which was presided over by Matthew Huttner.
i. real "trength ''' i'1'" Southeast (.ommittee to cooperate and raise
Florida candidate in other sec. funds for the Hospital with Mr.
tions of Florida- M_ j. Kopelowitz and Mr. William
"There is no question in my Shayne as co-chairmen.
mind but what Mr. Paty will run _____^^^^
'one-two' in Duval county and 1
am confident that he will carrj RESOLUTIONS PASSED
Hillsborough by a good plurality. AT LODGE MEETING
His legislative reapportionnun! ----------
plank in his platform warrants | A resolution extending sympa-
this support. thy to the family of the late May-
Mr. Pruitt has just received a or Everest G. Sewell was pass, 1
telegram from Byrd Sims of Pen- at the last meeting of Sholem
sacola, stating: "Largest local au- Lodge B'nai B'rith Tuesday eve-
dience of present gubernatorial ning. A copy of the resolution
campaign heard Mr. Paty Tin I was forwarded to the Sewell fam-
day night, he made splendid a,'- ily.
dress and the response has been Another resolution exten lit g
great. Mr. Paty has surprising congratulations on the Ground-
strength in all of West Florida, breaking Ceremonies of the Mi-
My belief now he will carry not ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
only Escambia but most of West tion was passed.
Florida counties." Plans were completed for the
Paty's next scheduled appear- gala dinner and moonlight ride
ante in Dade County is April 26, sponsored by the Lodge which
jwhen he will again address the will be held Tuesday evening
I voters in Bayfront Park. J April 30th at 7 o'clock
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PAGE FOUR
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1910
-A*
wJewisti Floridian
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
P. 0. Box 2973
PLANT AND 0FFICE8
21 S. W. Second Avenue
B'NAI B'RITH
ttgus
[
J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
:i
The Ladies Auxiliary is cooperat- Beverages, Inc., and National Bev-
ing with the Committee and we erages, came to Miami in 1925
know that they will help to make from Brooklyn. He started whole,
this a splendid occasion. saling sugar to grocers and bak-
--------- ers. He had no office and his
B'nai B'rith is planning anoth- ^^ of operations was a one car
er extraordinary social affair for gara(?e an,i truck. After the bur-
in members on April 30- It will ^^e, which he suffered from aa
consist of a fish dinner at Man- thc rest of \jiami he pitched in
Restaurant on Biscayne and his ciimb from then on was
Boulevard, with a moo. light boat upw.(,.,|s |,ut not steadily. He had
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager
Enteved as Mcond class matter July 4. 1980, at the Post Office at
Miami, Florida, under the Act of Ifarch 3. 1>79
OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL
FLORIDA CITIES
- MARY SCHREBNICK, West I
NOTES
by Harold Turk
- I lumniat, George J. Bert- ride on the Seven Seas immediate- b;Run as t,ar,v as February, 1920
un, Chairman of Intellectual ly following. The Seven Seas will [(| a(|(J iu,ms to hjs stock fa y,.,.,
dock at Manning's and our guests Mr B!ank starte(1 wholesale beer
can proceed directly from the distribution in a small way, gradu-
Guest
ra
A rancement Committee
SUBSCRIPTION
During the coming months, In. ling room to the boat. There al]y .l(|i!i,|g m,irt, brands, i
will be entertainment and dancing tru",.1s. ]n januan.
f Sholem 1 *rd. All g6 grocery items became a pan"
...... ':' the company and in 1927 he op
:'";"' ened branch of his wholesale
1.00. we
illy 1 < .an only accommodate two hund-
who are deta m Jewish red twi d at the pres-
M with thc manj ent time then are very few tick-
. ins, local and national, that ets left. If you want I g con-
".ting our people. tact Brothers Al Augustine or Al
Our National Lodge, thr ugh Tailor who are chairmen ol this
$2.00 he A. D. L.. has ago insti- affair, or any other officer at
$1.00
APRIL 12. 1.40
VOLUME 13No. 15
tuted an extensive i ;>' or.ee.
project for its member li
throughout the United States, a d F- >" ni be l
at a c t c" th an "a dollai: c "l!:
annua ly pp 5 u ial eo\- ,u'o a
J.vflih life ai >' "'
our membership
; m i, r
:it 1 i on 'V
s ( I
er:ng ,
Jewish problems, and constantly Iportant now since we are prepar-
CYRUS ADLER
Cyrus Adler is dead.
The simple statement lhat Dr. Adler has passed away carries t,>
American Jewry a greater sense of sorrow than all the ecomhUBS ind
Statements of sorrow pouring forth from Jewish leaders and the off!,
rials of a national community grateful for his services.
One does not know where to begin in evaluating Dr. Adler's ser-
vice to the Jewish community. To mention his amazingly manifold
activitie.hi- leadership of the American Jewish Commitee. the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary. Dropsie College, the Jewish Welfare Board,
the American Jewish Historical Society and the others ton numerous
to listsuggests, but hardly adequately, what he meant to the Jews.
Now that he is dead, the victim of old age, a complication of ail-
ments and his refusal to leave off his arduous activities, we begin to
realize what Dr. Adler meant as a symbol. To America at large Dr
Adler was the synthesis of all that has been best in Judaism through
the ages. He personified the Jews' age-old love of scholarship, their
devotion to country hicfi does not clash with but rather joins their
devotion to their own people.
urging every lodge- to U8< these
-.
Lit me quote some pi
relating the importance of the
type of Educational work in th
B B. 1 dges, as it ai | ears "
..: I ry leaflet
"It should be self evident thai
-'ere is no problem of human re-
lation which cannot be solved. It
may be slow in the process of so-
lution, but if inet'ligentlv and
consistently treated, it w'.. even-
tually be solved. This treatment
must be continuous rather than
spasmodic. It must be a process
'.cation and th? i talli-h
ment of the truth."
"Avail yourself of all facts. ;n-
formation and history oi your
people, so that no slander of libel
ing to go to the Conventi
ke and the mo- members
_ ..'- On to I .i
and help Bi ot! .e
as our : .t ,il I -. the
F! th Distr '
Lod hat vei La an
ai......-.- i rsement : the ci m-
paign being conducted by the
South Florida Chippled Children's
Society for the raising of funds
erect the rij-pled Children's
its n 1 ,i County.
- t J. A'.on Abbott has
SAMUEL BLANK
grocery business in West Palm
Beach In 1938 an affiliate corn-
appointed M. J. Kopelowiti and pa">'' Southern Beverages. Inc.,
William Shayne as co-chairmen of was established to bottle soft
.. C'tai B'rith committee, which is d inki- JlU hol(ls distribution
charged with the responsibility of franchises for the entire south-
i...ul. i_ :ig the irit'ie B'nai eas,ern part of Florida on Hires
B'rith membership and as much I00t beer, Cliquot Club ginger
, re'mTin uJhT- f the Jewish immunity as poe. ale. sparkling water and Double
s:bl4, with the purpose of secur- Co,a- "n the first of last month
ndividual donations of $1.00 Mr- Blank organized National Bev-
from each Jewish resident of Dade erages, Inc.. in Orlando with the
eneed."
"The Mysticism and ignorance
concerning the Jew. his ethics, his
of seventy-six. "Every Jewish community To sta he ball rolling. Broth- children, a daughter. 22; another
Other JewLsh Leaders will rise. We can but hope that thev .ill sh uM have ore or more Fireside ? 1.,idre Goldstpin has COntri. daughter, 19. and a son. 13. He
atuin the stature of a man like Adler. For the moment, together ith Discussion Groups whose function the SUm f one hund'd dol- resides at his own home at 3700
Jews throughout the countrywhom he ledand Jews throughout the should be to dissuade those who 1VC'1 in ,he name of ',netree Drive- Miami Beach, and
worldwhom he befriendedwe bend our heads in grief.
POLITICAL BRIEFS
rrac,j ... b B'nai B'rith together with the is a member of Ocean Bay Lodge.
srd true appeal I mutual ?>: .f the *um rast b* ;" Mahi ShHno' Miam> B^ch Elks.
undersMndins. and a eorrP.-tinn of 1,,,,ltt',r- Th,s P, oiect desei v, > the Miami and Miami Beach
lature of 1937 and 1939 and mem- understanding, and a correction of.
Iber of Vestry of Trinity Episcopal unjust attitudes However, its "'*. !'^FP"''1 "'
.Church. He has received aasor- functi :. _. i In.lude dis-_____
the support of every member of Chambers of Commerce and the
B'nai B'rith.
Robert J Boone. candidate for 'ances from members of the House icouiagir.g unjnstified i mplaints Ho has been treasurer of the
office of Circuit Court Judge for,of all the State that they will b>' 1^ws from imaginary wrongs r 101*108 SlIgHT 'i.ater Miami Federation of Jew.
Dade and Monroe Counties. Flor- lend their support I elect him.'or by Jews who are oversensitive" pi ... Welfare Funds since its in-
lda. was born in Alabama in 1*77 Hi states that he has kept every' Sholem Lodge is indeed fortun. L nailgeS .\aiTie option, active in the National Re-
and came to Florida in 1*7$ and promise made and perfoinud ev- a-e be able to point with pride ___ fugee Resettlement Work in Flor-
to Miami in 18K where he has re- ery plank in his platforms, and .:' M The Sugar Distributing a Iife men>ber and on the
.side.- since. In Marianna he stud- '. reelected during the next sessi tang vt intellect }. edj.ation Co.. Inc., having outgrown both "]'' of Governors of the Young
led law and was admitted to the of Legislature will c ._ t.-.ey its iti is chang. s Hebrew Assoc-iation. on the
bar of this State in 1S97. to prac- record already made. will be asked from time to ing I nami to National Brands. Doar,*s ,he Jewish Welfare Bu.
before the State Supreme --------- .. ; I its quarters to 68 \ W. V'aU and Be,h Jacob Congrega-
Coun in 1911. In l25 he began; Tom Wood, candidal process 13th Street. Sam Blank! its ti"" and the civic League of Mi-
practice in Miami where he is election for Constable t" -; ent and organiser, has de- Beach. Mr. Blank has just
*ot;- 0WB private c:v:l onj | as ^^ 'veloped the businesa from deliv-
pract -.e general affairs of for I | years. H ::" Harry Sim sugai to gj
tably as a mem- a ia-.v r soph A Barms teph L. Tep- to a wholesale irro-
ber of the Dade '

Bar Associat.
m as Constable "in 1986; -' gen- Sugar distril niin.
dm! Utilitiea Asa ja member of the Elks; Loyal Oro item in a !.. Gf (ro- '
George E. "Holt, candidate tot a of M BI :-r ar.d d:- Education. ment ar.c U the corporation is changing '
for office of Represen- rec: ,'r.. V nmg Democratic i:'-*ndar.ce.
tative in the Legislature in Group Club for six years and a ir.ern**r
r.oiaoiy as a men- a ;,- :r. Dait ..- sePn a. b<: teph U Tep- to a full-fledged wholesale gro-
de County B.,r As- years. ^ Jper. Milton I itributing corpor-
the Florida State ioying 200 pen :.- and
n and a:"- Dill four years prior -
completed the purchase of com-
plete gymnasium equipment for
the new Y. M. H. A. athletic quar-
ts rs.
His brother David, is vice presi-
dent of the two beverage corpor-
While Jack Miller is vice
president and treasurer of Na-
">nal Brands. Inc.; Frank Pet-
U a graduate of Vanderbdt of various other fraterr.al ai ibed.
- that the '','son- fr" is secn'Ury of National
actual operatic Brands., Inc. and secretary-treas-
University. L.L.B. degree. 1986, erne organixat-ons. Mr. V.
e. has in.
.clud.
UW of both Southern Beverages,
'"c.. and National Beverages. Inc.
and has been a practicing attor- ] states that during his rm in of. :form*d me :fcat Plar* ar WH un- new concrete building of' 31 'In
rev in Dade Co.: ftBS. fice he has cooperated fully with d way for holding a Community square feet, a second unit of 12JiO0
He U a professor of Law now and ,all law enforcement agencies in Seder for the Students of the Uni- square feet to be conatrnctM-h-
SL^ri sits ^2; ? ssn."t: -* mil ss?*.-- *..* =* p
Baby Chicks $3.85 hundred COD.
Heavj Mixed $5.85.
:Mve be held at the Talmud Torah of oTS^nd1ts^.fft?ift' ^^ PbrkS T *nd 'd WrW tmaou*
of the Dade County Bar Associa- turned ir. excess fees to the Coun lthe ^^ D*vid Synagogue under Samuel Blank r i r|P"ng (,ame in red. blue. gray,
tion. member of House of Repre- ty. He also says that "One good the direction of Rabbi Max Sha- three affiliated comMni^ "' h'S N,CHOLS HATCHERY
senutives lortda !Diro Mlmt^ Kr R.KK; tmMmmmm !v \a,in P_J. KINGSTON. GEORGIA
companies, name-
piro assisted by Rabbi Zwitmar.. '>" National Brands. Inc.. Southern'
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FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDLflJf
PAGE FIVE
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mm*mimim
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
____ Vv_________________________ RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
MARRIAGE TO
TAKE PLACE
Mrs. Rose Borah Jamison an-
nounces the approaching marriage
of her daughter, Maxine Tema
Jamison, to Harold Weinatock,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wein-
Stock, of New York City. The
ceremony will take place April 11
;it Miami Beach. Open house will
be held from l to < p. ra at the
home of Miss Jamison. The COU-
pie will fly to Cuba for their hon.
eymoon and upon their return will
reside at 4'r> Coral Way. Coral
Gables, Florida.
*
SPONSOR
LECTURE
The Greater Miami Workmen's
Circle, Branch 682, will sponsor
a lecture featuring Mr. Bezalel
.Sherman, author, journalist, lec-
turer, of New York, Wednesday.
April 17 at 8:30 p. m. at the Beth
I>avid auditorium, 135 N. W. 3rd
Avenue. Mr. Sherman, vice chair-
man of the Jewish I-abor Com-
mittee will speak on "The War and
Ihe Jewish Problems in Europe."
There is no charge. All members
and friends are cordially invited to
attend.
ANNUAL CONCERT
TO BE PRESENTED
Arrangements have been com-
pleted for the annual concert giv-
en by the Workmen's Circle,
Branch 02. Sunday evening, April
21 at 8:30 o'clock at the Beth
David auditorium, 185 N. W. 3rd
Avenue. Feature of the evening
will be Harvey Kfimov, distin-
guished singing actor and humor
ist of Jewish folk lore, who is
touring the Southeast under the
auspices of the Workmen's Circle.
Mr. Kfimov is an exponent of In-
terpretative art and his program
will consist of folk sor.gs, ballads,
traditional, chassidic. Palestinian,
modern, humorous and rogue
songs, in various languages and
dialects. Tickets may be obtained
from members or at the door. The
public is invited to attend.

HABANOTH MAKE
PRESENTATION
The Miami Beach Habanoth jun-
iors and seniors have presented a
stained glass window to the Beth
Jacob Congregation. lOiis win-
dow is to match the one present-
ed by the Habanoth last year, and
is to be installed before Passover.
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Mr. William B. A. Perlman and
Miss Rebecca Belle Levine were
joined in marriage in a simple
but impressive ceremony at the
Beth Jacob Synagogue Tuesday
afternoon by Kabbi Moses Meseh-
eloff, Mr. and Mrs. Perlman are
formerly from Baltimore.
*
UNVEILING
TO TAKE PLACE
Sunday afternoon at 2::50 o'clock
a monument in memory of Mrs.
Harry Wasserman will be un-
veiled at the Woodlawn cemetery.
The ceremony will be directed by
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff with the
assistance of Cantor Maurice
Mamches. Mr. Wasserman is a
vice president of the Beth Jacob
Congregation of Miami Beach.

ENGAGEMENT
ANNOUNCED
The engagement of Miss Char-
lotte Kaminsky to Mr. Louis
Farmansky of New York was an-
nounced by her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Israel Kaminsky at a party
in New York Sunday. Miss Ka-
minsky is a college graduate and
a granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs1
Joseph Margoshes. Dr. Margoshes
is the well known writer of the
Jewish Morning Journal and is
now residing in Miami Beach. Mr.
Farmansky is active in the Zionist
movement and holds a prominent
position in the State government
of New York.
Among the guests present were
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Margoshes.
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Margoshes,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Margoshes,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Margoshes,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Margoshes,
Miss Rosalind Kaminsky, Mrs.
Sarah Farmansky, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Entel, and Mr. Mendel Far-
mansky.

BENEFIT CARD
PARTY TO BE HELD
Mrs. Louis Miller will be host-
ess at a benefit mah jong, bingo
and card party in the form of a
dessert party, Wednesday after-
noon, April 17th, at 1 p. m. at the
Victor Hotel, 1144 Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach. The entire pro-
ceeds of the affair will be given
to Hadassah for the Youth Aliyah
project. An interesting program
will be presented. Mrs. Miller will
be assisted by her daughters Mrs.
A. E. Woolfe and Mrs. S. H. Lut-
sky, president of the Southeastern
Region of Hadassah; and her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Harry A.
Miller. Tickets may be obtained
by calling Mrs. Miller at r>-:<7'.o">
or Mrs. Lutsky at 5-4198. The
public is invited to attend.
MEETING TO
TAKE PLACE
The Men's Club of Temple Israel
will hold their regular meeting
Wednesday evening, April 17th
at 7:15 p. m. at Kaplan Hall. The
program will include an address
by Mr. Francis P. Locke, editorial
writer of the Miami Daily News.
Mr. Leroy Jahn, chief investigator
of the Miami Police department
will present "Magic", and Miss
Carol Dexter, recently appearing
at the Wofford Hotel and Mother
Kelly's, will render vocal sc lec-
tions. Refreshments will be served
All members and friends are cor-
dially invited to attend.
* *
AUXILIARY
TO MEET
The I-adics Auxiliary of tjie
Jewish Welfare Bureau will hold
their regular monthly meeting
Monday afternoon. April 15th at
2 p. m. at the Young Women's
Christian Association Bldg., S. E.
1st St., Miami. The nominating
committee will present the slate
and election of officers will take
place. All members are urged to
attend. *
MIAMI BEACH MIZRACHI
TO MEET
The men's and women's divisions
of the Miami Beach Mizrachi will
hold their regular monthly meet-
ing Saturday night, April 13. at
the Beth Jacob Synagogue at 8:30
o'clock. An interesting program
will be presented. Refreshments
will be served.
FACULTY MEMBER
TO LECTURE
"Some Aspects of Good Sing-
ing" will be the topic of the lec-
ture by Edward Clarke, of the
University of Miami, before the
Spinoza Group, meeting this Sat-
urday afternoon on the lawn of
Dr. Abraham Woll'son's home,
124 litb street, near Ocean Drive.
Miami Beach.
Next Tuesday evening at 8:00
o'clock Mr Joseph L. Tepper will
lecture on the Constitution of the
United States.
Wednesday evening, 8 o'clock,
Mr. George H. Lutz, one of the
nation's best known astronomers,
will speak on the Solar System
and the eclipse of the sun.

NOMINATING
COMMITTEE MEETS
Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, vice presi-
dent of the Miami Chapter of the
Women's Division of the American
Jewish Congress, and chairman of
the nominating committee, pre-
sided at the special meeting held
Thursday, April 11th, at the Vic-
tor Hotel, at which time the slate
for the coming year was complet-
ed. Members of the committee
are Mesdames H. Koketsky, Benj.
London, A. E. Woolfe, J. Albert
and Harry Marcus.
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THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN
FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1940
Junior Hadassah
By Elsie Kronenfeld
At last Monday night's meeting
Mrs. Freda Lutaky spoke. She
said one thing that we Hadassah
girls realize tx> the fullest. She
quoted "It is better to be the do-
nor than the receiver." In other
words it is better to be able to
give than to have to receive. We
in America are among the few
lucky human beings still able to
feel this joy, the joy of giving. It
makes us humanIt points the
way to true civilization to the
Golden Age.
Pagans never in all the past
gave one to another. They made
slaves of a luckless man, they nev-
er aided him. Today in "Civil-
ized" lands we know better. We
have found out that giving be-
sides the mental relief and satis-
faction it affords is the key to an
abundant future. Somehow we
don't know exactly, but somehow
through kindness we buy future
luck. We safeguard our days to
come.
There is a legend somewhere,
we have forgotten where, that
states: When a child is born do-
nate something needy to a needy
in the child's name and his com-
ing days will be filled with hap-
piness and abundant with world-
ly things. Try as we Hadassah
girls do this adage. See if per.
chance we are not right. See if
by giving you can buy you and
your children luck.
Coming over the horizon. April
21st, to be exact, is the Donor's
Dinner. We'll see each other at
the Carrousel promptly at 8:00
o'clock. Then the fun will begin.
Dining and dancing near "Miami
Shores." Be sure.you are there.
It's a proven fact that we all
love a ceremony. The May Day
Dance will be "tops." Even Eng-
land couldn't beat it. Be sure you
seen the Queen crowned.
CHILD GUIDANCE
By Joseph A. Berman
(The writer will be glad to answer
any problem of his readers. Write
to him in care of this paper.)
Today we would like to tell you
an interesting story on the power
of tact. A mother prepared a de-
licious meal for her little daugh-
ter. She understood that this food
would increase her vitality and
well being. Probably the child
too, would realize and appreciate
this in later years. Nevertheless
the child stubbornly refused to
touch a particle of food. Mother
scolded and cried threateningly
but to no avail. The child, if any-
thing, enjoyed the emotional out-
burst. Mother overlooked the
fact that nobody wishes to do any-
thing that is forced upon him.
Of course, there are other moth-
ers who have coped with the same
situation successfully. All child-
ren are human. And a tactful
mother can accomplish much in
training her child. Here is a sim-
ple example: Johnny came into the
dining room still angry because
his baseball team had lost the af-
ternoon game by one point. And
he noisily blamed the umpire for
his disappointment. When mother
served the entree, he refused it
angrily. "I don't feel like eating,"
he screeched. Mother made no dis-
play of her feelings, but simply
slid his plate to the center, of the
table, and Johnny continued to
brood about the game.
Before serving the next dish,
Mother questioned him interest-
ingly about the game and particu-
larly about the umpire. What play
did he call wrongly? What did
the other team do? By this man.
ner, Johnny had the opportunity
to get the game "off his chest.'
Pretty soon Johnny was willing to
admit that the play had been fair-
ly close. He no longer brooded
about the defeat. Johnny was now
in a completely different frame of
mind-
While Johnny's spirit rose,
Mother again placed the entree
before him and said nothing;
without a murmur Johnny ate it
all and went right on eati:ig the
entire meal. Mother, in this case,
realized the value of tact.
However, baseball (rames are
not always the disturbing factors
t at meal time. There are many
,more serious health problems that
should be solved tactfully. Mis-
leading opinions of people we
know and wish to help can be cor-
rected, if we are wise in our se-
lection of tactics.
For instance, you may have an
adolescent daughter who does not
Jeanette tells us that a special
meeting is called for this coming
Monday night, April 15th at 8:00
o'clock at the Colony Hotel. This
is a very important meeting.
We'll see you there.
Make Reservations Now
for
Passover
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Miami Beach
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around all hours of the night. She
will learn to appreciate the whole-
someness of sane living. But if
irritable guidance is used, many
upsetting hardships might result.
Remember that a touch of tact-
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FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1940
THE JEWI8H PLORIDIAN
^.*^
PEOPLES GAS
CUTS RATES
The Peoples Water and Gas
Company Monday announced its
gas rates would be reduced on
May 1 for customers using auto-
matic water heaters.
C. D. Littlefield- general man-
ager, said the reduction would
represent a potential saving of
some $35,000 a year to the com.
pany'g customers in Miami Beach.
Surfside, Fort Lauderdale, Dania,
Hollywood, Hallandale, North Mi-
ami Beach, North Miami and Bis-
cayne Park.
He said a new rate "C" had
been created for persons using 100
per cent automatic water heaters
and this would reduce their
monthly gas bills by approxi-
mately 15 per cent. Persons now
using gas only for cooking and re-
frigeration can become eligible
for the new rate before installing
automatic water heaters.
To be eligible for the new rate
customers are required to pay a
ininnium bill of $3 for each month
or par of month that gas is used
and ;o make a statement that all
hot water used is heated automat-
ically.
Customers eligible for the new
rale were requested to notify the
company so their May bills will be
reduced.
TVu' company also announced
that a general reduction of up to
7 per cent will be given to all cus-
tomers now on the year-round
"D" rate who use more than 10,000
cubic feet of gas a month.
Following is a table showing the
savings available on the new "C"
rate as compared with the exist-
ing "A" rate:
Page Seven
Council News
Miss Dora Tannenbaum, field
secretary of the National Council
of Jewish Women, arrives in Mi-
ami Sunday morning, April 14th.
The Miami Section has arranged
an entire week of Council activi-
ties, to-wit: board meeting, chair-
men's meeting, Institute of Ser-
vice to Foreign Born, radio pro-
gram, general meeting, commun-
al meeting and forum and lunch-
eon. The following dates have
been set by the committee:
Sunday Afternoon. April 14th
Miss Dora Tannenbaum in a ra-
dio interview with Francis P.
Locke of the Miami Daily News,
will discuss Council's diversified
program, its accomplishments and
its furtherance of the best inter-
ests of humanity and democracy,
over Station WIOD at 3:30 p. m.
We are indebted to the Jewish
Hour for having relinquished its
radio time to us.
Monday Morning. April 13
Board meeting at 10 o'clock at
the Alcazar Hotel, to be held in
rooms 310 and 311, and to be
followed by a luncheon.
Tuesday Morning, April 16th
Institute of Service to Foreign
Born to be held in Council's office
in the Congress Building at 10:00
o'clock.
Tuesday Afternoon. April Hi
A general meeting at 2 o'clock
at the Evar:s Hotel, Collins Ave-
nue and 10th Street, Miami Beach.
Main address to be presented by
Miss Dora Tannenbaum, entitled
"A Pattern of Living for Today."
Miss Vera Mazer, new executive
director of the Miami Section.
i will be presented to the assem-
blage. Mrs. Hairy Barnhardt will
oiler her report on the Confer-
feronce of Cause and Cure of
War. which she attended in
Washington, 1). C, recently, as
a representative of the section.
Entertainment will be furnished
by Miss Roselle Strahlheim. ac-
complished accordion player, who
has just completed a long and
successful engagement in New
| York City. Presidents of local
! Jewish organizations have been
invited to attend this meeting. A
short business meeting will open
the program.
Wednesday, April 17
(Morning)
A chairmen's meeting is sched-
uled for 10 A. M. in Council's
fice.
Wednesday, April 17
(Evening)
At 8 P. M. on the roof of the
Alcazar Hotel in Miami a Com-
munity meeting will be held.
Heads of all of Miami's Civic and
Social Service Agency have been
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in community cooperation. A ques-
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a better understanding of t le
problem. Refreshments will be
served All community minded
men and women are urged to at-
tend.
Thursday, April 18
A meeting has been arranged
at the George Washington Hotel
in West Palm Beach by the local
Jewish women of West Palm
Beach to organize a Section. Miss
Dora Tannenbaum, Mrs Benj. Le-
Vine and Mrs. Monte Selig and
Miss Mazer will attend the meet-
ing and explain the Council's six-
point program.
Friday, April 19
A testimonial luncheon and
forum honoring Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein will take place at Ruby Foo's
Restaurant in Miami Beach at
12:30- Invocation to be given by
Mrs. Lewis Browne. Mrs. Wein-
stein will review "How Green Was
My Valley," by Richrad Llewel.
lyn. Reservations for this lunch-
con can be made by telephoning
Mrs. Jack Cohen, 5-8768, or the
Council office.
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY
API{"- '2. .9,0
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
IMS S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
RABBIS RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SOCIETY
POLITICAL BRIEFS
, VNDIDATES
TO BE ELECTED
"
Prank E. Bryar.t
gUiiztLti n f Greater Miami to Judge of the Cirtt;
their candidates for the Ju- rywf nis campaign foi
, nior May Group Three into ,..
. be crowned at the an- I i itrict enphai ,"
MOVE TO NEW
RESIDENCE
Charlotte are a: thi r
at 128;
Tena.e when
May Day Q n Group Three into
jwned at the ar.- the district emphasizing
r.ua! formal May Day Dance May that he will bring :
17th at the v. rote! Miami b* ** the Circuit Court be-<*
:; Be.cn or- because of the fact that |
canizatii ni "- rever be*n
NEED
SCHEDULE OF SERVICED ar wigil Passover t :- RUMMAGE
Da.iy services: 5 a. re- 5:45 p.. *d -v th* Habar.oth Bod* which Rummage
Friday h| services, i:30 p
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Miachaoa Shabbes: 5 p. s.
Shahtsh Sndes: 5:15 p. m.
for R .rr.mage
was written ar.d coached by their -: re operated by thi L lief A.-.\
George Chertkof. A ::sr-,- ,,f -.-. Bu-
ganizationi may cuiumui.....- -.-. .. ~vuai m anv r-|
Mrs. Harry Bresl 5-143 Miami controversies. Mr Brv.
ning no lengthy pi
RETURN M onI>' poUticaJ proBfa
HOME a "Fir- honest and courageo* 9
': Ma has i rtratioo of justice.' Mr
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SUNDAY SCHOOL
Because :: the present Building Welfare office or Mrs. Ida Opt
prograca in the Y. M. A A. Son. ner, ; and they will be
Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset, day School elasaea will be held | for.
-. -_ .-;. -
LADIES AUXILIARY
A very fir.e meeting was held
on the Y M. H. A. iawr. ft
last at which tirse the check for
the first thousand dollars of the
Lactes Auxiliary donation towards
our Buiiding Fund was handed to
Rabbi Kellr.er. Our president,
Mrs. C'.eir. was hosted- -
present in hor.or of her forty-
fifth wee iing anniversary and m c
take thai rsear.^ ( extending I
Mr. aid Mis. Qea tut fond
- for very ~
AprS 14th. However, the hild- MRS. BENJAMIN MEYERS
ren's Pa^ em- TO BE GUEST SPEAKER
-- rning of The Ladies Aus the
April 21 n the Y. M. H. A as the Miami Jewish Orthodox i ngre-
lessions f or tl ire s] toring a <
- program in honor of the forth.
BAR MITZ\ AH g Passovi
rhe Bai Mrtzvafa ::' L-- Benja- day afterr... April 16tl a) I
t I88S S .W th St will be Y. M. H. A. Mrs. 1
f*od ;" ::" S rue Sat- crs. former delegat I
:3:h. The ist i gr --
V*T*~ take this i ans t -a:rs. will ;.. the
then frier Is t th B Al*
ei. '\.'- : -_ _. MltXTah.
-v........ .......? 8ALB OF CHUMBTZ
Rabbi Kellner will be m the Mr. D. R< -
PA>>0>ER CILTIRAL agoarue da and 7
PROGRAM : the
tog ei :r.g the trad C.-.u- T! -
the Ladsea Anxibary will be held -
April I at MIAMI MtZRACHl WOMEN
; R ..... A: --- meatrng beM v
feaatte Past tradi- Beaday afl Buds, youngest
bavmg unwantec amciet : :r. j y_.... .. .,. r and chi;d ar, ,nome in Coral Gables and tervtd
-' ar< "S^* 1. doing fine. Rev. ar.d Mrs. Mam inthatsn-
will be happy to receive Ihcir Iburban city from 1930 to 1935. He
many friei the immediate past pi
: .v.- Miami B. -" I'ade County Bar Asa
* mber of the American L^'.
CONFEREN4 E 'on First Christian Church -he
K. BE HELD Quarterbacks Club, Young Demo.
Mrs. S. H. Luuky. pres of Region of Ha Camber of Commerce.
:hat the .
... S of Ha-
II be held Ma) and 7
in Charlestoi <'. Mrs. S. Sim-
onhofi I Mrs losepl ''
rep.
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M M n :.
( Mi Any
ited
-. Bab^r. cai
able of the FrfOi Miaau
District, came to Mian:: in ir^
Mr. Baber :s now head of the
North Beach Home Patrol, joined
Miami Beach police
ago as a mot :Iu.fr
I romoted to sergeant, detect
sergeant ar
; I as acting chief of :
He orga: --. \ g,,,,,,
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LEWES
FOR NORTH
Iman U ft
;. M s-'i.. obserraK .. 'Mr and
KeUnei will .. f the ben ai
- festive 1 ting May 9. at which i ted to at-
aeaaoa and Mrs. Benjamm Meyers time the g
"*""! and forrr- Mrs. Abraham A ...
e']y z "'-' '- el set edchi CELEBRATE
\NNIVERS\RY
I ftoabenr i Woomb int Mr and Mrs. J
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- :r. April 6th,
gham. Alabl Jun;.:-r
Inesi
patj five years ag- He b a
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. Beach A [*;-
v.-. rani
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West Palm Beach
Notes
by Mrs. Mary Schrebnic
'
TO REPRESENT
SISTERHOOD
Miss 1
^ed. A social hou
Reft^hn edbytn
The joint installation of off...
Of the West Pa:rr. Beach BV.ai "* mTlt*d to attoa B'rith and its Auxtiiarv was held I _
- :ay evening at the Paim r.^ .. Con?reKat>o" *>U i CONVENTION
A Z. A. TO HOLD
,hold Friday evening services at
Beach HoteL Mr. Sol Leaser pre- ',- -7 rT.'T, at Sunda>-- April Uth
R i,0? ^ TemPlC- WM W Z- A. Convent: -
" Broward Ave, Dr. Carl N. Her. by
man will conduct the services.
a Tr
sored
sided as master of ceremonies
and | EGcr. Goeatl^. ^hjfl,^ .' Mer' |y the Miami Chapter a
speakers were Mr. J. Aror. Ab- "Z*^? ^ SUT'Ll. "' f the W W ^
bott. : I :: the Miami BT.ai f!V-^n J^7 B'rith and Mr. Ike Levin, vice ^ e,*n0n ^Be" ^to~- will b, beW. The schedoled
president of the Fifth District of ,5? t>:loat the Temple. >ram includes a ^^ b '.
B-nai B-ritl Mr Morris Bier-' bv^! """!' ^ 7 ^ glvtc ball and baseball toorntmen,
r =-. rsrice -^ St^ftF2 'traok meet an'!
details will be published in next
- -sue.
Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffees, Nuts
In Fact
TOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS
may be obtained at the
~0
V f6cc/a/e
DELICATESSEN
170 N. \V. FIFTH STREET
The Finest Kosher Passover Wines
Imported and Domestic
Dickson as president of the Aux-
iliary.
Friday evening services of the
Mrs Betty Owen left for her
home in Chicago after spending
'g with a dance. The
will be held at the Clevelandei
H i Miami Beach. Tl
I to attend.
Beth El Congregation are held at V"" Z^TTIZl w "~TZ
8:15 I Stfar Memorial ^^V! 2H^?, f?f
n.ii _;.u D.ku v.____, r-____ Mrs. Mary Khrebnck 4H 4: St
FLORIDA'S NEXT
GO VE RNOR
Hall with Rabbi Manuel Green-
ng the services.
Beth E! Sisterhood held their
Mrs. Celia Waldman of Chicago
regular meeting Wednesday ww h ******* in Weal Palm Beach
ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. jand will remain here for s
H. Kapner. 315 Pine Terrace. I months.
OPEN FOR PASSOVER
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OGNITION DUE US iN
TALLAHASSEE1 PO
WE WANT A 8QTJA?J
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WITH THE TAX WE
FAY?
Cantor Schmulikel KetasBer
who will officiate at the Passover
Serves at the President Hotel
1423 Collins Ave.. Miami Btach
r' .
B. F. PATY
* est Palm Beach
IF SO. THEN
ANSWER IS
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FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE NINE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
M.VX SHAPIRO, Rabbi WS Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
National Worker
To Visit Here
PERMANENT CALENDAR
Daily services at 7 a. m. and
Friday evening, 5:30 o'clock.
Sabbatb services, Saturday 8:30
a. m.
I-ate Friday evening services,
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior services. Saturday 10:30
a. re.
Hebrew School. 3:15 to G:15 p.
m.
Sunday School. Sunday 10:00 a.
m.
Bar-Mitzvah Group, Sunday
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
The scries <>f the "Late Friday
Evening Servicea" will come to a
close this Friday evening, mark-
ing the eighth consecutive Frid
Evening Services conducted by
Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Even though there has been un-
usually large attendance, despite
the lateness of the season. We are
compelled to end these services
because the sun sets much later
in the day. and "Kabbolas-Shab-
bos" (the receiving in of the
Sabbath) must be "B'Zman" in
in time, which cause a conflict
with our sen-ices held at 8:15.
We are deeply appreciative of
the many inquiries to continue the
I .ate Services and we shall re-
sume them after the High Holy
Days. Reth David Congregation
conducted the longest period of
such services of any other ortho-
dox or Conservative Congregation
in America. We began these ser-
vices right after "Simchas Tor-
ah" (Rejoicing of the Law) in Oc-
tober, and we are ending right be-
fore Passover in April.
Cantor Louis llavman. accom-
panied by the Beth David Choir,
will chant the prayers and Rabbi
Max Shapiro will discuss the sub-
ject. "A Voice in the Wasteland."
SATURDAY MORNING
SERVICES
During the adult services this
Saturday at 8:80, the Rabbi will
speak briefly in Yiddish on the
subject. "An Approach to Pass
over."
RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL
INSTITUTION
Junior Congregation: The ser-
vices of the Juniors and Seniors
conducted by the Junior Congre-
gation, takes place every Satur-
day morning at 10:30. Harold
Shapiro. Albert Eskanzai and Her-
bert Glazeroff are in charge of the
services. We cannot stress suf-
ficiently the Importance of train-
ing your children to-attend these
services. It helps to create a def-
inite Jewish character which no
parent should deprive their child-
ren of receiving. These services
will continue through Passover
and during Passover special ser-
vices for children are being ar-
ranged.
Bar Mitzvah Group: The "Bar-
MitZVah" group meets every Sun-
day morning from 9 to 10 under
the direction of Louis Gadon; boys
of 12 and over are eligible to at-
tend. The boys are taught the
melodies for the different "Por-
tions of Law."
Talmud-Torah: It is gratifying
11 see the continued attendance
at the Hebrew classes throughout
the week. We admit emphatically
that Sunday School training for
our children is certainly not suf-
ficient. Children can appreciate
the value of our Hebraic civiliza-
tion only by attending the He-
brew classes which are held daily.
We therefore urge parents to see
the wisdom of actively participat-
ing, and sending their children
to the Talmud Torah.
Sunday School: Our well or-
ganized and experienced mem-
bars of the faculty are now in the
midst of a discussion in their
classes about the Passover observ-
ances. Parents and friends are
asked to visit our Sunday School
during the assembly from 11 :'!<>
to 12.
"REFUAH-SHLAEMA"
We pray that the Almighty send
an immediate and permanent cure
to Mr, Louis Gordon. He is in-
deed deserving of constant sound
health.
SISTERHOOD
We cannot stress sufficiently
the importance of every member
of the Beth David Sisterhood to
attend the meeting this coming
Wednesday afternoon, April 17th,
at _' o'clock In the Beth David au-
ditorium. Certainly it is the duty
of every member to vote at the
election of officers for the com-
ing year. Any member who does
not participate In an election is
definitely guilty of indifference
and disinterestedness. ,
We therefore expect everyone to
be present at that occasion. We
Iemphasize the fact that anyone
who dares give the petty excuse
! for absence at our election that
she does not desire to become en-
' gaged in partisanship because of
personality, shows definite signs
of childishness and immaturity.
Where any institution is involved
(especially religious) it is the
duty, the command, to exercise
Miss Dora Tannenbaum, field
representative of the National
Council of Jewish Women, who
will arrive in Miami Sunday, April
14, and will visit here for a week,
for more than three years has
traveled extensively from coast to
COa8t, addressing Council Sections
and other communal groups. From
a wealth of experience, she sur-
veys Section needs, suggesting ad-
ditional projects, planning new ac-
tivities, and strengthening and
vitalizing existing projects.
Miss Tannenbaum has had a
long professional career in s icial
work since her graduation from
Columbia University. Shte has j
been associated with outstanding
Jewish organizations including the '
Hebrew Sheltering and Guardian
Society of New York, the Irene
Kaufman Settlement of Pitts-
burgh, the Jewish Community
Center in Jersey City, the Jew.
ish Social Sen-ice Bureau of Chi
cago and the Women's Division
of the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee of Brooklyn.
In spite of a busy professional
career in this country. Miss Tan-
, nenbaum has found time for ex.
| tensive travel in foreign lands,
where she was particularly inter-
ested in adult education pro-
grams. She lived for four years
in Palestine, and is familiar with
conditions in Europe and South
America. Only recently she re-
turned from another tour of Ar-
gentine. Uruguay an I Brazil,
where she contacted leading Jew-
ish citizens in order to secure
first hand informal ruing
the general Jewish situation in
those a.
Since 1937, when she joined the
staff of the .National Council, she
has been using her wide experi-
ence and unusual talents to furth-
er the work of the Sections and
strengthen Council's program
throughout the country.
her voting power. We expect to
see you this Wednesday afternoon,
April 17th at 2 o'clock at the Beth
David auditorium.
A lawn card party will be held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Peretzman, 960 16th
street. Miami Beach. Thursday
evening April 2.">th at 8 o'clock.
Refreshments. prizes, and an
elaborate program will comprise
*
the evening.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
69M Indian Creek Drive 6-1265 630 N. E. 31st St.2-8548
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both Of the Rabbis will b In the Temple every morning.
You may coisu'.t with them on matters concerning the JewlB comtnu-
nily, or ywip- peisonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held in
strict confidence.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
.he congregation."Hillel.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
TEMPLE YOUTH SABBATH
Friday evening, April 12, 8:15
o'clock, theme: "How Shall Youth
Face the Future?" will be dis-
cussed, and the services conducted
by members of the Temple Israel
Youth Group. Members who will
take part are Marjorie Reiehen-
bach, Myrle Bondy, Herbert Marx,
Melville I.etaw. Stanley liromhcig
and lima Bernstein.
A reception, honoring the Youth
Group, for all worshippers, will
follow the services, under Temple
Israel Sisterhood sponsorship.
SABBATH MORNING SERVIl K
Saturday morning, April 131
11:00 o'clock, the discu si< n !'
weekly portion of the Bible w.ll
be held by Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man, Services conducted by Dr.
Jacob II- Kaplan, with participa-
tion of Confirmation class.
PARENT-IK VCHER GET-
TOGETHER
Tuesday evening, April 16th the
Parent-Teacher Get-Together will
be held at 8:00 o'cl.-<:.. Parents
who have children i the Religious
School are request-1 to be pres-
ent at this met s. where they
may discuss with the teachers of
our Religious school, individual
problems pertai ing to the Sunday
School, as well as consult with
the School B aid.
CONGREGATIONAL SEDER
The annual Congregational Sed-
er, which always turns -into a
memorable event in the hearts and
minds of its beholders, will take
place at Kaplan Hall, on Monday
evening. April 22nd, 1940. at 6:30
o'clock, conducted by Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan and Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman.
Due to the limited number of
reservations available, members of
our Temple are urged to take ad-
vantage of the privilege afforded
in this event, and are asked to
send in their checks either to B
Temple office or to the presidi
of the Sisterhood, Mrs. Harold I!.
Spaet, who is the chairman
year's Congregatioi Seder.
IN MEMOR M
M ay I he Father ol eace sei I
peace to all who mour1 and coi .-
fort the berei ved anon >.
ntly departed: ( 1. a
. Ison, mother of Mrs. 5 ey A.
Wien.
Yahrzeits: Ad lph Arky, band
of Mrs. Adolph Arky; Ja II- -
man, father of Mrs. Henry Ka
mann; Rose Osias. daug! r of
Mrs. A. Louis and sister ol Mrs.
Leona Levin.
Memorial gift in honor h;s
mother. Stera Kovner, was sent
last week by Mr. Harry Ke n -.
Floral offering in memory of
Lillian S. Kaufmann. was sei t
last week by Rabbi and Mrs. til-
man A. Zwitman.
Floral offering was also Bel : in
memory of J. Milton Gross.
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PAGE TEN
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 19 POLITICAL
BRIEFS
Candidate for the office of Gov-
ernor of the State of Florida,
Henry L. Oppenborn, for many
years Justice of the Peace, with
offices and courtroom at 4000
N. E. Second Ave., is a candidate
for re-election subject to, the
Democratic Primaries May 7th.
Judge Oppenborn has been a resi-
dent of the district for twenty-
cmui- ui me oiaie ot V lorida, "-*" v* w,c <. Spessard L. Holland is basing his three >'ears. resides with his fam-
candidacy for this office on his i,y at 13 N- E- 50tn Terrace and
eight years' record in the Florida was aPP>nted Justice of the Peace
senate. Mr. Holland declares that in 1926 to fil1 a vaca"c.v of Dis.
his support is coming from veter- tlict 8- Ho ""^ bccn a student of
ans, from school teachers and ,aw for many years, and in June,
school leaders, from farmers and 1!,29 was admitted to practice be-'
merchants, from sportsmen and foro a" tne Courts of the State
conservationists and from mem- ot VVuUm, and in ly.VZ afer the
ben of the alumni of the Univer- '''-districting of Justice Disti icts.
sity of Florida from where he ne bet'aie a candidate and was
sity of Miami Swimming Team.
Mr. Weiss feels that he has grov. n
up with the School System of Mi-
ami Beach and that he is familiar
with its needs. He also feels that
he is able to give Miami Beach
an unbiased, sensible representa-
tion on the County School Board.
elecec! in District 1 which he has
*..u HicuBrB nai iiioiuous rcia- ne,<1 continuously, without oppo-
tions with Legislature and Cab- sition- He is an active member MiIton Weiss candidate tot
of many fraternal and orvice or- member of the School Board Fifth
gan.zations and while Governor District) Miami Beach js t ._
*. i* AL. D.~i_. .i r\.-i'- .
S
17th
graduated in 1916. Senator Hoi.
land pledges harmonious rela-
with Legislature and Cab-
inet, appointment on merit, busi-
ness management of the state's ----------- >>>:'.*
important agencies, repeal of of the.4th District of Optimist In. st.vt,n years ol(| sjnKi(, regide
pross receipts tax. etc. He believes ternational he founded and spoil- wit|, his fami|y at 330 Weg, 17lh
that he has served the people of ROred a boJ''s work program in St., Miami Beach. Mr Weiss's
his country and of Florida ably Dade County. During his incum- mother is Rose Weiss, who has
and honestly and if elected will bencv as Justice of the Peace, been for years, a civic welfan
continue to do so. Judge Oppenborn has handled worker on'Miami Beach and he
--------- three thousand, seven hundred and has one brother and sister He
Candidate for Judge of the Cir- eiShty evil cases and approxi camc t0 Miami Beach in 1921 and
cuit Court to succeed Judge Tram- n,ately 4500 criminal cases. His entered the Miami Beach Public
mell. George E. McCaskill, is a ionly camPai?n promise is a con- School Svstem at that time cm-
resident of Miami and a practic-1tlnued active interest in behalf of pieted his education through the
mg attorney of more than 28 humanity and a fair, honorable Beach school and then attended
years. He served as attorney for and courageous administiation of the University of Miami from
the Board of County Commission. Justice in every cause that comes which he graduated in 1935 with
ers for six years beginning in to hls attention. a law degree. He has been act-
W. H. Burwell. candidate for
Judge of the Circuit Court Elev-
enth Judicial Circuit of b'lorida,
Group One. which office wari foi
merly occupied by Judge H. F.
Atkinson, has been a res
Miami since 1923. He was a Live
in Georgia where he practici
for approximately twenty-fiv<
years. He has been presided! ".
.Miami Lions Club in 192& and
1926; District Governor of lions
in 1926; for a number o.' yean
Director of Miami Chamber o>'
Commerce of which he was presi-
dent in 1927; served as Chairman
of the Railroad Committee of the
Chamber of Commerce; W is chair-
man of Overseas Highway com-
mission and has been engaged in
general practice in State anel Fed-
eral Courts of Florida since 182:!.
Mr. Burwell has been active in
civic work in Miami and believes
that this experience coupled with
his common sense and courteous
judicial temperament, qualify him
to fill this office.
been interested in the welfare of
the farmer, laborer, school child-
ren and aged. One of his cam-
paign promises is local self-gov-
ernment with no interference
from Tallahassee and will if he is
elected launch such a program as
to make Dade County and Florida
the' winter playground tfiat it
should be.
1917; was City Attorney for Mi-. --------- ively engaged in the practice of
?no fr S'X Vl!"R an tor Trfd Z^Ti CUf-VS,'lil'-'f"'- "-e'ection to the bench of b"0f the firm of Meyer. IV, i- i
itor and served for about two.. r-u n. ., Weiss. Mr. Weiss is a chartei
years. He is admitted to practice the Ceuit and Civil Court, has ,m,mU.i. of Mjamj ^ J
in all courts of Florida, in the -"Pi-'d this office for fourteen JChamber of Commerce; recentlj
federal Court and before the Su years. The legal erudition pos- elected to the station of Esteemed
preme Court of the United States. Isessed by him, he attributes to the Loyal Knight in the Miami Beach
tvandaF!or!le%/^nDad:C0Un' taw>'er of Da(,e Count>' bar and rf*" f E'kS; n,fa*-"^
ty and Florida State Bar Associa-'. Degree Mason and member of tl-e
.ions, the Episcopal Church and -s own study of nationw.de legal Scottish rite degree U-aml a inem-
is a Mason. reports. His success, those com- ber of the Civic League of .Miami
--------- inB" in contact with him say, is Beach and a member of B'nai
Candidate for State Senator in based on equity that guarantees B'rith. While he attended the L'n-
rSl CZungi elcetions' ^an ChaP- every defendant, every plaintiff, 'jersity of Miami he was presi-
pel, well known ,n political and I f. '. V. .... dent of the Law School and preai-
c.v,c circles for a long number of whethe' represented by brilhant dent of the Iron ^ JJJ
years, has served as State Rep. |or mediocre legal talent, fair and honorary fraternity on the Cam
resentative of Dade County, has ; impartial hearing. Judge Barns pus; a member of the Debating
among the planks of his platform, states that "A judges desk is a Team and member of the Univer-
a guarant,,,, revenue sufficient to ,,earing house for the legal know-
paj the BChOO] teachers an ade- ,
quate salary and the establish- .** 0l lhv member8 of '"'" cir.
merit of a medical sch ol in Kloi- culi's l''a- The entire bar '..
Ida at the University of Miami. been educating me for 14 years."
Francis P. Whitehair. candidate
for Governor of the State of Flor-
ida, made his first speech in Dado
County at Flamingo Park last
week. During his stay here he
visited all parts of the county.
Mr. Whitehair believes that he
has the qualifications and back-
ground to give Florida prosperity
because for many years he has
Candidate for Judge of the Cir-
cuit Court of the Eleventh Judi-
cial Court of Florida in Division
"A". Hose e Brimstetter has re-
sided in Miami since 1926 and
has been practicing here since that
time, lie is admitted to pra<
law before the Supreme Court of
Pennsylvania, the Supreme Court
of Florida, the United States
Courts for the Western District of
Pennsylvania, the Southern Dis-
trict of Florida, the United States
Circuit Court of Appeals, and the
United States Supreme Court, and
is a member of the Dade County,
Florida State and American Bar
Associations. He has taken an
active part in civic and communal
activities in Miami. He beleives
that there is a definite work that
lie can do as a Judge to help ex-
pedite justice and by eliminating
delays and costly procedure to
make proper court action avail-
able to all citizens upon terms of
actual money costs that everyone
can meet.
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ROBERT J BOONE
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CIRCUIT JUDGE
DADE AND MONROE
COUNTIES, FLORIDA
Group 4
Democratic Primary May, 1949
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park3, and obtaining reduction of electric rates.
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LfJ B wJewlsti IFIIondliai in i% VOLUME 13—No. 15 coAtaz/vwc Tlhe J/tewusffi HJiniilty MIAMI. FLORIDA PBU)Av ApRTL. 12 1940 PRICE 10 CENTS Death Comes To Cyrus ^^L |*Wh Profr/em 4mes ,4s Adter, Hevered Leader s. E. conference Germans Push Invasions Philadelphia (WNS>ProminWomen > s Lea gue Dr. Louis Levy of Memphis was elected chairman, and Baron do Distributes MusiC Hirsch Meyer of Miami and M. .1. Rothschild of Montgomery, vice. nt persons in all walks of life joined in moumi lg the passing of Dr. Cyrus Adler, outstanding leader of American Jewry, who died at his home here after an Mr "' Samuel S k '^ 1 twt '> !" ^airman of the Southern Regionillness of two months. The noted ***** at,onal President of the al Conference of the Council of Jewish scholar and humanitarian Women's League of the United j,, wish Federations and Welfare was 76 years old. Chief among the mourners was President Roosevelt, who last December invited Dr. Adler to represent American Jewry at a poa-e conference of religious leaders at the White House. The President joined hundreds of educational, religious and civic leaders in paying tribute to Dr. Adler. Dr. Adler. one of the most active workers in defense of civil and political rights for Jews throughniber over ... „. %  AA/UUI „ u i .L funds, meeting in Birmingham on 1IKI.000 members, announced that as pait of the religious plans, a Anrj| ,;th and 7th series of Passover Melodies, exApproximately 200 lay iin.l proecuted by members of the Glee fessional leaders from 25 cities Club of the Jewish Theological in the region attended the twoSeminary, will be put on the marday sessions. Present from Mi. ket. ami were Stanley Myers, Baron The melodies specially recorded de Hirsch Meyer. Rudy R. Adler. for home use and sponsored bv Samuel Estroff, Ernest M. GunsL" w aa generally conceded that the Women's I-eague of the Unitberg, Mrs. M Selig. tnt Na f almv on thl march •*'" „. o | „,,,. „ ... ,. can only mean new Buffering and od Synagogue include Add.r Hu | An outstanding pane, of Speakp er8ecu fj on8 Sw( (|l n „„ : ,\,„.,, Mighty ,s He), sung my Morris era stressed the values oi the ign population ,„. 6600 ,„. whom out the world, was president of D M "' K ,S '. now Kabbl 0l Jackdemocratic way of life at the op8>600 ive in Stockholm, with the the Jewish Theological Seminary sonv.lle, 1-lor.da. emng session, a symposium on n m:u .. ilvr 8Cattered throughout of America, and of Dropsie Col-! Tht Jew as Goo,i Noghbor. lht ,„„,,_ Norway has a Jewish 1..,,., i n thi. ..;,,n.i,ii..,. %  Speaking on "The Jew m Public „„„„u*i„„ ,. e „„i.. i ,,,„ London (WNS)—While the Nazi Army moved to take over the three tiny Scandinavian countries, Denmark, Norway and Sweden, alarm was voiced here over the late of the 14.000 Jews in those countries. Denmark, first of the three Hospital Campaign Receives Support "Build This Summer Crippled Children's Hospital." already is the most publicized slogan ever to lands to feel the heel of the inhave swept tne southt ''n end of the state. In response to repeated demands from other counties, Dade County Crippled Children's society now accepts the assistance of the othlege in this city. Dr. Adler was sssoi iated with a large number of BROTHERHOOD JOINS Jewish organizations, the must peaking on -ine jew in ruonc population of onlv 1,400, mo:. Life, Charles N. Feidelson. Atthan half ,,, „.,„„,, ,.,„;,,,. ,„ ,,_, lanta. called for the dedication of vading Nazi army, has a Jewish population of 0,000. virtually all of them concentrated in Copenhagen. The capital has a thriving Jewish community, maintaining its own religious schools, a Jewish er ,ne countll s ,n the district, it Library and a Jewish museum. ,s an,10u,1 '<' by W. L. Philbric!:. president of both the crippled children's society and of the hospital corporation. Mr. Philbrick explained that the state of Florida maintains a Cru pled Children's Commission which pays for surgical and hospital ex. pense. While the state >mmission finances surgery and ipitalization it does not pro\: '< %  braces. .lewisn organizations, the most v A >rmNiT nur A1MT7 ATinH V hl ll '"''' countries have been important being the American NATIONAL ORGANIZATION JeW8 everywhere to the cause ol ,,., a;iv ,.i v free of a -iti-Semitism, crut f he "P^> sl oth '''Jewish Committee, which he served democracy. "If we would be truly witll Beveral JeW8 ,„ Denmark mechanical aids. The .utfc Flor., president. Miami's Temple Israel Brother* od neighbors.' he said, "we hoWing government posts, alida Crippled Children s Society His death came as a sore blow hood has just joined the National lust ea ve nothin un ne ''"•" though Sweden had ban,. I Jew. **" fganlzed to prov>de these to Jews throughout the World, Federation of Temple Brother"ould help to preserve the way of fl onl ..lections u tht Counci „ r needed appliances for children who cognized in Dr. Adler a hoods, according to an announcelifo tht dearly-won institutions, State .„„, tht Minl8try According wh0M ,,a,ents wwe unal '" '" valia.t fighter for Jewish rights, ment made at Cincinnati headthe dearly-cherished rights—the l0 thc Universal Jowls], Encydo. "* „. .. .. whole fabric of liberties and ped fc. a law „, ls p8Bgec in x „.. The South Florida ( rippled achievements woven ohroilgh the way m ly2y prohibiting slaue ; -r Cnhdren socletv in Da<1 Counlong centuries into what we call of cattlc in acC ordance with Jewty S Communitv chest tgmcy. In 19li). Dr. Adler accompanied quarters of N. F. T. B. the late Louis Marshall to the Benjamin W. Sole is president Peace Conference to work for the of the Miami group. William welfare of the Jews in the settle. Homa is secretary and Stanley "lent. Hodes treasurer. "Unquestionably the Jews who Affi | iatt of tm Union „ f Ameri lived in the zone of war," he hit(a| Hebrew Congregations, the er said, "suffered greater hardNationa i Federation of Temple "£""• "2~ "XT' '„"' ships sustained greater losses and Brothe| no0(ls is ma(U up 0 f 129 ^Zj^^Jt^^ have been left in a worse economic units throughout the country. 1 \ T V / %  ,_L „,,;•'. condition than anv other people .. .. ,. P hl8 Tlu ( ""nnm.ty (ouncil i ilL .t_ -..f N. \. T. B. sponsors the JewHernrin Helman Atlanta "The of Kurope, with the possible ex. ,„ „ ... nciman iitiman, Atlanta, ine ish (hautauqua Society which COCommunity Chest"; Mrs. Roland democracy.'' jsh dietary laws. Others participating in the SatJewish youth organv .: : ons in the Ul'day night symposium were Rab three countries h i i banded tobi Stanley Brav. Vicksburg, on gether and orga ed the Scan"The Synagogue Pulpit"; H. L. dinnvinn Jewish outh Society. onal ccption of the Armenians." In December. 1982. 84 publish^TlJ^^T^J^l N.h.an, Mont,o m c .y ; T ho soum s comng into Dade county SS,TlwieJSs^ h^ The Chest does not build hospitals. Its funds are used fo' maintenance of the welfare p i i.im only. Therefore a separate i'. rporation was of necessity formed to collect funds, build and maintain the hospital. A number of sites have bee l < .'fered, but no selection has been made. The American Hospital Reports from confidential Association, a subsidiary of the POLITIC .L BRIEFS "the ten leading Jews in the UnitY. M. H. A. DEDICATION id sti ,.: ....._„„ of Birmingham closed the session tv During'most of his career D, DATE IS ANNOUNCED ^ JJ „„ .,,„„„„„ Jev Adler was associate! with th> would be the finest of which the directors knew. Many oifers of assistance have ish Census.' "This is not just campaign propaganda." Pruitt stated, "but is been received. Plans for special Unite I Synagogue of America. He Elaborate plans are beilg made Representatives from the varthe result of a careful analysis gjftg may be made by comnurr.iwas a non-Zionist, and in l'Ji". for the Dedication Cerenion.es of ious local communities met in of the situation after a state( a ting with the campaign office' i the United Synagogue had the Young Men's Hebrew AssOround table sessions on Sunday wide survey mad.to satisfy my 0 f the South Florida Crippled adopt d a resolution approving ciation for Sunday aftsr.ioon, and discussed in detail the funcown mind. I have refrained from Children's Hospital, 660 'West the Zionist movement and had May 5th. Details will be antional aspects of federation and making any predictio s until I Flagler. elected, a delegate to the American lounced in forthcoming issues. welfare fund activity. could determine for myself the B'nai B'rith has appointed a Jev i h Congress, he resigned as I n sident. He was an opponent of the World Jewish Congress and often came into conflict with Kabbi Stephen S. Wise because of his opposition to the world body. CUBA BANS ANTI-NAZI FILM UNDER PRESSURE Havana (WNS) — Performances of the motion picture, "The Modern Inquisition," Hollywood-made film which had been exhibited in the United Stales under the title, "Hitler, Beast of Berlin," were banned here following a protest by the German mi later to the Cuban State Department. (i. R. Naylor, the distributor, said that the film had been approved by the Censorship Board and he hoped t get the ban lifted within a few days. ADOIT ZIONIST "CREDO" Concentrating their attention on an illuminated map of F.r< tz Israel (center), nearly 1,000 delegates of several hundred youth organizations voted "aye" to a Zionist "credo" which pledged a combined membership of more than 50.000 to new efforts for Geulath Ha'aretz. Nell Ziff is seen addressing the conference which was presided over by Matthew Huttner. %  i.— real "trength '•'' i' 1 '" Southeast ( omm ittee to cooperate and raise Florida candidate in other sec. funds for the Hospital with Mr. tions of FloridaM j. Kopelowitz and Mr. William "There is no question in my Shayne as co-chairmen. mind but what Mr. Paty will run ^^^^ 'one-two' in Duval county and 1 am confident that he will carrj RESOLUTIONS PASSED Hillsborough by a good plurality. AT LODGE MEETING His legislative reapportionnun! %  plank in his platform warrants | A resolution extending sympathis support. thy to the family of the late MayMr. Pruitt has just received a or Everest G. Sewell was pass, 1 telegram from Byrd Sims of Penat the last meeting of Sholem sacola, stating: "Largest local auLodge B'nai B'rith Tuesday evedience of present gubernatorial ning. A copy of the resolution campaign heard Mr. Paty Tin I was forwarded to the Sewell famday night, he made splendid a,'ily. dress and the response has been Another resolution exten lit g great. Mr. Paty has surprising congratulations on the Groundstrength in all of West Florida, breaking Ceremonies of the MiMy belief now he will carry not ami Jewish Orthodox Congregaonly Escambia but most of West tion was passed. Florida counties." Plans were completed for the Paty's next scheduled appeargala dinner and moonlight ride ante in Dade County is April 26, sponsored by the Lodge which jwhen he will again address the will be held Tuesday evening I voters in Bayfront Park. J April 30th at 7 o'clock -i <



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FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE NINE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE M.VX SHAPIRO, Rabbi— WS Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 National Worker To Visit Here •PERMANENT CALENDAR Daily services at 7 a. m. and Friday evening, 5:30 o'clock. Sabbatb services, Saturday 8:30 a. m. I-ate Friday evening services, Friday evening 8:15. Junior services. Saturday 10:30 a. re. Hebrew School. 3:15 to G:15 p. m. Sunday School. Sunday 10:00 a. m. Bar-Mitzvah Group, Sunday 9:00 a. m. Adult History Group, Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES The scries <>f the "Late Friday Evening Servicea" will come to a close this Friday evening, marking the eighth consecutive Frid Evening Services conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Even though there has been unusually large attendance, despite the lateness of the season. We are compelled to end these services because the sun sets much later in the day. and "Kabbolas-Shabbos" (the receiving in of the Sabbath) must be "B'Zman" in in time, which cause a conflict with our sen-ices held at 8:15. We are deeply appreciative of the many inquiries to continue the I .ate Services and we shall resume them after the High Holy Days. Reth David Congregation conducted the longest period of such services of any other orthodox or Conservative Congregation in America. We began these services right after "Simchas Torah" (Rejoicing of the Law) in October, and we are ending right before Passover in April. Cantor Louis llavman. accompanied by the Beth David Choir, will chant the prayers and Rabbi Max Shapiro will discuss the subject. "A Voice in the Wasteland." SATURDAY MORNING SERVICES During the adult services this Saturday at 8:80, the Rabbi will speak briefly in Yiddish on the subject. "An Approach to Pass over." RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTION Junior Congregation: The services of the Juniors and Seniors conducted by the Junior Congregation, takes place every Saturday morning at 10:30. Harold Shapiro. Albert Eskanzai and Herbert Glazeroff are in charge of the services. We cannot stress sufficiently the Importance of training your children to-attend these services. It helps to create a definite Jewish character which no parent should deprive their children of receiving. These services will continue through Passover and during Passover special services for children are being arranged. Bar Mitzvah Group: The "BarMitZVah" group meets every Sunday morning from 9 to 10 under the direction of Louis Gadon; boys of 12 and over are eligible to attend. The boys are taught the melodies for the different "Portions of Law." Talmud-Torah: It is gratifying 11 see the continued attendance at the Hebrew classes throughout the week. We admit emphatically that Sunday School training for our children is certainly not sufficient. Children can appreciate the value of our Hebraic civilization only by attending the Hebrew classes which are held daily. We therefore urge parents to see the wisdom of actively participating, and sending their children to the Talmud Torah. Sunday School: Our well organized and experienced membars of the faculty are now in the midst of a discussion in their classes about the Passover observances. Parents and friends are asked to visit our Sunday School during the assembly from 11 :•'!<> to 12. "REFUAH-SHLAEMA" We pray that the Almighty send an immediate and permanent cure to Mr, Louis Gordon. He is indeed deserving of constant sound health. SISTERHOOD We cannot stress sufficiently the importance of every member of the Beth David Sisterhood to attend the meeting this coming Wednesday afternoon, April 17th, at _' o'clock In the Beth David auditorium. Certainly it is the duty of every member to vote at the election of officers for the coming year. Any member who does not participate In an election is definitely guilty of indifference and disinterestedness. We therefore expect everyone to be present at that occasion. We Iemphasize the fact that anyone who dares give the petty excuse for absence at our election that she does not desire to become en' gaged in partisanship because of personality, shows definite signs of childishness and immaturity. Where any institution is involved (especially religious) it is the duty, the command, to exercise Miss Dora Tannenbaum, field representative of the National Council of Jewish Women, who will arrive in Miami Sunday, April 14, and will visit here for a week, for more than three years has traveled extensively from coast to COa8t, addressing Council Sections and other communal groups. From a wealth of experience, she surveys Section needs, suggesting additional projects, planning new activities, and strengthening and vitalizing existing projects. Miss Tannenbaum has had a long professional career in s icial work since her graduation from Columbia University. Shte has j been associated with outstanding Jewish organizations including the Hebrew Sheltering and Guardian Society of New York, the Irene Kaufman Settlement of Pittsburgh, the Jewish Community Center in Jersey City, the Jew. ish Social Sen-ice Bureau of Chi cago and the Women's Division of the Joint Distribution Committee of Brooklyn. In spite of a busy professional career in this country. Miss Tan, nenbaum has found time for ex. | tensive travel in foreign lands, where she was particularly interested in adult education programs. She lived for four years in Palestine, and is familiar with conditions in Europe and South America. Only recently she returned from another tour of Argentine. Uruguay an I Brazil, where she contacted leading Jewish citizens in order to secure first hand informal ruing the general Jewish situation in those a. Since 1937, when she joined the staff of the .National Council, she has been using her wide experience and unusual talents to further the work of the Sections and strengthen Council's program throughout the country. her voting power. We expect to see you this Wednesday afternoon, April 17th at 2 o'clock at the Beth David auditorium. A lawn card party will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretzman, 960 16th street. Miami Beach. Thursday evening April 2.">th at 8 o'clock. Refreshments. prizes, and an elaborate program will comprise the evening. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 69M Indian Creek Drive— 6-1265 630 N. E. 31st St.—2-8548 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both Of the Rabbis will b In the Temple every morning. You may coisu'.t with them on matters concerning the JewlB comtnunily, or ywippeisonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held in strict confidence. CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from .he congregation."—Hillel. SABBATH EVE SERVICES TEMPLE YOUTH SABBATH Friday evening, April 12, 8:15 o'clock, theme: "How Shall Youth Face the Future?" will be discussed, and the services conducted by members of the Temple Israel Youth Group. Members who will take part are Marjorie Reiehenbach, Myrle Bondy, Herbert Marx, Melville I.etaw. Stanley liromhcig and lima Bernstein. A reception, honoring the Youth Group, for all worshippers, will follow the services, under Temple Israel Sisterhood sponsorship. SABBATH MORNING SERVIl K Saturday morning, April 131 11:00 o'clock, the discu si< n !' weekly portion of the Bible w.ll be held by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, Services conducted by Dr. Jacob IIKaplan, with participation of Confirmation class. PARENT-IK VCHER GETTOGETHER Tuesday evening, April 16th the Parent-Teacher Get-Together will be held at 8:00 o'cl.-<•:.. Parents who have children i the Religious School are request-1 to be present at this met s. where they may discuss with the teachers of our Religious school, individual problems pertai ing to the Sunday School, as well as consult with the School B aid. CONGREGATIONAL SEDER The annual Congregational Seder, which always turns -into a memorable event in the hearts and minds of its beholders, will take place at Kaplan Hall, on Monday evening. April 22nd, 1940. at 6:30 o'clock, conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Due to the limited number of reservations available, members of our Temple are urged to take advantage of the privilege afforded in this event, and are asked to send in their checks either to B Temple office or to the presidi of the Sisterhood, Mrs. Harold I!. Spaet, who is the chairman year's Congregatioi Seder. IN MEMOR M M ay I he Father ol eace sei I peace to all who mour 1 and coi .fort the berei ved anon %  > %  ntly departed: ( 1. a Ison, mother of Mrs. 5 ey A. Wien. Yahrzeits: Ad lph Arky, band of Mrs. Adolph Arky; Ja IIman, father of Mrs. Henry Ka mann; Rose Osias. daug! r of Mrs. A. Louis and sister ol Mrs. Leona Levin. Memorial gift in honor h ; s mother. Stera Kovner, was sent last week by Mr. Harry Ke n -. Floral offering in memory of Lillian S. Kaufmann. was sei t last week by Rabbi and Mrs. tilman A. Zwitman. Floral offering was also Bel : in memory of J. Milton Gross. BORING'S USED CARS 2300 V W. 7TII AVENUE H. I.. BORING, Owner MIAMI. FLA. Phone 2-6319 Make Reservations For Passover Sedarim NEMO HOTEL 116 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-3491 A Prominent Cantor "ill Officiate Elect I. H. BURWELL JUDGE CIRCUIT COURT Group One (Paid Political Adv.) YOU MAY ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS DAIRY PRODUCTS Strictly Kosher for Passover nos!> *TOQ Grade "A" Milk Sour Cream Sweet Butter Cottage Cheese I'nder the Supervision of RABBI MOSES MESCHEI.OFF Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach RABBI ABRAHAM A. KBLLNER of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation WE ALSO HAVE BREAKSTONE PRODUCTS Obtainable at Your Grocery Store or from a Southern Dairies Milkman SOUTHERN DAIRIES, INC. PHONE 2-8431 I HEfJBI L. QPPE!^BQRM Y 0 U R JUSTICE 0 F T II E PEACE RE-ELECT HIM MAY 7th Learned. Courteous and Efficient tl'alrt Political Adv.) I


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' PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY A PI{ "' 2. .9,0 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION IMS S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi RABBIS RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SOCIETY POLITICAL BRIEFS VNDIDATES TO BE ELECTED %  Prank E. Bryar.t gUiiztL ti n f Greater Miami to Judge of the Cirtt; • • their candidates for the Jurywf nis campaign foi nior '• May Group Three into %  ,.. • be crowned at the anI i itrict enphai ," MOVE TO NEW RESIDENCE Charlotte are a: thi r at 128; Tena.e when May Day Q %  • • n Group Three into jwned at the ar.the district emphasizing r.ua! formal May Day Dance May that he will bring : %  17th at the v. rote! Miami b* ** the Circuit Court be-<* :; Be.cn orbecause of the fact that | canizatii ni "%  rever be n %  NEED SCHEDULE OF SERVICED ar wigi—l Passover t :RUMMAGE Da.iy services: 5 a. re5:45 p.. *d v th Habar.oth Bod* which Rummage Friday —h| services, i:30 p Shabbes: 9 a. m. Miachaoa Shabbes: 5 p. s. Shahtsh Sndes: 5:15 p. m. for R .rr.mage was written ar.d coached by their -: re operated by thi L lief A.-.\ George Chertkof. A : :sr -,,,f -.-. Buganizationi may cuiumui -.-. —.. ~vuai m anv r-| Mrs. Harry Bresl 5-143 %  Miami controversies. Mr Brv. • • • ning no lengthy pi RETURN M onI >' poUticaJ pro B fa HOME a F ir honest and courageo* 9 %  : Ma has i rtratioo of justice.' Mr the H mt has been a resident mostconi eao, ia greatly needed. Ath her new born son. i 1926, when he I %  d art let : ten. Mothei and child an home in Coral r I SUNDAY SCHOOL Because :: the present Building Welfare office or Mrs. Ida Opt prograca in the Y. M. A A. Son. ner, ; and they will be Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset, day School elasaea will be held | for. -. -_ .-;. LADIES AUXILIARY A very fir.e meeting was held on the Y M. H. A. iawr. ft last at which tirse the check for the first thousand dollars of the Lactes Auxiliary donation towards our Buiiding Fund was handed to Rabbi Kellr.er. Our president, Mrs. C'.eir. was hostedpresent in hor.or of her fortyfifth wee iing anniversary and m c take thai rsear.^ ( extending I Mr. aid Mis. Qea tut fond for very ~ AprS 14th. However, the hildMRS. BENJAMIN MEYERS ren's Pa^ emTO BE GUEST SPEAKER -" rning of The Ladies Aus the April 21 n the Y. M. H. A as the Miami Jewish Orthodox i ngrelessions f or tl ire s] toring a < program in honor of the forth. BAR MITZ\ AH g Passovi rhe Bai Mrtzvafa ::' L-Benjaday afterr... April 16tl a) I t I88S S .W th St will be Y. M. H. A. Mrs. 1 f*od ; :: S rue Satc rs. former delegat I :3:h. The ist i • gr -V* T *~ • take this i ans t a: rs. will ;.. the then frier Is t th B Al* ei '\.': -_ _. MltXTah. -v ? !" 8ALB OF CHUMBTZ Rabbi Kellner will be m the Mr. D. R< PA>>0>ER CILTIRAL agoarue da and 7 PROGRAM : the tog ei :r.g the trad C.-.uT! • the Ladsea Anxibary will be held April I— at MIAMI MtZRACHl WOMEN ; R %  A: --meatrng beM v feaatte Past %  tradiBeaday afl Buds, youngest bavmg unwantec amciet : :r. j y .... .. .,. r and chi ; d ar n o me in Coral Gables and tervtd -' ar< "S^* 1. doing fine. Rev. ar.d Mrs. Mam inthatsnwill be happy to receive Ihcir Iburban city from 1930 to 1935. H e many friei the immediate past pi : .v.Miami B. -" I'ade County Bar Asa •mber of the American L^'. CONFEREN4 E on • First Christian Church -he K. BE HELD Quarterbacks Club, Young Demo. Mrs. S. H. Luuky. pres • of o" *>U i CONVENTION A Z. A. TO HOLD ,hold Friday evening services at Beach HoteL Mr. Sol Leaser pre',-7 rT.'T, at Sunda >-April Uth R i, 0 ? ^ TemPlC WM W Z A. Convent: Broward Ave, Dr. Carl N. Her. by man will conduct the services. a Tr sored sided as master of ceremonies and | EGcr. Goeatl !" ^. ^hjfl,^ .' Mer |y the Miami Chapter a speakers were Mr. J. Aror. Ab"Z*^ !" ? !" ^ SUT'LL. "' f the W W ^ bott. : I :: the Miami BT.ai f!V-^n J ^7< ng "^ V : : ; **•' B ^' h ^1 B'rith and Mr. Ike Levin, vice ^ e, n0n ^ Be ^ to ~will b, beW. The schedoled president of the Fifth District of !" 5? t>:loat the Temple. > ram includes a ^^ b '. B-nai B-ritl Mr Morris Bier-' bv ^! """!' ^ 7 ^ glvtc ball and baseball toorntmen, r =-. rsrice -^ St^ftF 2 traok meet an details will be published in next -sue. Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffees, Nuts In Fact TOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS may be obtained at the ~0 V f6cc/a/e DELICATESSEN 170 N. \V. FIFTH STREET The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic Dickson as president of the Auxiliary. Friday evening services of the Mrs Betty Owen left for her home in Chicago after spending 'g with a dance. The will be held at the Clevelandei H i Miami Beach. Tl I to attend. Beth El Congregation are held at V"" Z^TTIZl w "~TZ 8:15 I Stfar Memorial ^^V! 2H^?, f?f n.ii _;.u D .ku v. rMrs. Mary Khrebnck 4H 4: St FLORIDA'S NEXT GO VE RNOR Hall with Rabbi Manuel Greenng the services. Beth E! Sisterhood held their Mrs. Celia Waldman of Chicago regular meeting Wednesday ww h ******* in Weal Palm Beach ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. j an d will remain here for s H. Kapner. 315 Pine Terrace. I months. OPEN FOR PASSOVER MAKE SEDARIM RESERVATIONS NOW DIETARY LAV ON OCEAN DIVE .-::-. r>* SKVSCRAPtR HOTEL ON STM STKCCTS THE OCCAN" PHONE 5-6611 OPPORTNITY KNOCKS! DO WE IN DADE COUN TY WANT THZ RE: OGNITION DUE US iN TALLAHASSEE 1 PO WE WANT A 8QTJA?J DEAL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TAX WE FAY? Cantor Schmulikel KetasBer who will officiate at the Passover Serves at the President Hotel 1423 Collins Ave.. Miami Btach r' B. F. PATY est Palm Beach IF SO. THEN ANSWER IS THE Be For PATY SOUTH FLORIDA'S CANDIDATE v i or an A L _^_ FLORIDA GOVERNOR



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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 19 10 -A* wJewisti Floridian PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND 0FFICE8 21 S. W. Second Avenue B'NAI B'RITH ttgus [ J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor :i The Ladies Auxiliary is cooperatBeverages, Inc., and National Beving with the Committee and we erages, came to Miami in 1925 know that they will help to make from Brooklyn. He started whole, this a splendid occasion. saling sugar to grocers and bakers. He had no office and his B'nai B'rith is planning anoth^^ of operations was a one car er extraordinary social affair for gara(?e an ,i truck. After the burin members on April 30It will ^^e, which he suffered from aa consist of a fish dinner at Manthc rest of \j iam i he pitched in Restaurant on Biscayne and his c i imb from then on was Boulevard, with a moo. light boat upw ( ,.,| s |,ut not steadily. He had FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Enteved as Mcond class matter July 4. 1980, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of Ifarch 3. 1>79 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES MARY SCHREBNICK, West I NOTES by Harold Turk I lumniat, George J. Bertride on the Seven Seas immediateb ; Run as t ar v as February, 1920 un, Chairman of Intellectual ly following. The Seven Seas will [(| a(|(J iu ms to hjs stock fa y,.,., dock at Manning's and our guests Mr B!ank starte(1 wholesale beer can proceed directly from the distribution in a small way, graduGuest ra A rancement Committee SUBSCRIPTION During the coming months, In. ling room to the boat. There al]y l(|i!i |g m irt brands, i will be entertainment and dancing tru ",. 1s ] n j anuan f Sholem 1 *rd. All g6 grocery items became a pan" : %  the company and in 1927 he op • %  : '" ; "' ened %  branch of his wholesale 1.00. we illy 1 < .an only accommodate two hundwho are deta m Jewish red twi d at the presM with thc manj ent time then are very few tick. ins, local and national, that ets left. If you want I g con".ting our people. tact Brothers Al Augustine or Al Our National Lodge, thr ugh Tailor who are chairmen ol this $2.00 he A. D. L.. has ago instiaffair, or any other officer at $1.00 APRIL 12. 1.40 VOLUME 13—No. 15 tuted an extensive i ;>'• or.ee. project for its member li — throughout the United States, a d F • >" • ni be l at a c t c" th an "a dollai: c •* l!: annua ly pp 5 u ial eo\• ,u 'o %  a %  J.vflih life ai >' '• "' %  our membership ; m i, r :it 1 i on 'V s ( • I er:ng Jewish problems, and constantly Iportant now since we are preparCYRUS ADLER Cyrus Adler is dead. The simple statement lhat Dr. Adler has passed away carries t,> American Jewry a greater sense of sorrow than all the ecomhUBS ind Statements of sorrow pouring forth from Jewish leaders and the off!, rials of a national community grateful for his services. One does not know where to begin in evaluating Dr. Adler's service to the Jewish community. To mention his amazingly manifold activitie.—hileadership of the American Jewish Commitee. the Jewish Theological Seminary. Dropsie College, the Jewish Welfare Board, the American Jewish Historical Society and the others ton numerous to list—suggests, but hardly adequately, what he meant to the Jews. Now that he is dead, the victim of old age, a complication of ailments and his refusal to leave off his arduous activities, we begin to realize what Dr. Adler meant as a symbol. To America at large Dr Adler was the synthesis of all that has been best in Judaism through the ages. He personified the Jews' age-old love of scholarship, their devotion to country hicfi does not clash with but rather joins their devotion to their own people. urging every lodgeto U8< these • -. Lit me quote some pi relating the importance of the type of Educational work in th %  B B. 1 dges, as it ai | ears ..: I ry leaflet "It should be self evident thai %  -' %  ere is no problem of human relation which cannot be solved. It may be slow in the process of solution, but if inet'ligentlv and consistently treated, it w'.. eventually be solved. This treatment must be continuous rather than spasmodic. It must be a process '•.cation and th? i talli-h ment of the truth." "Avail yourself of all facts. ; nformation and history oi your people, so that no slander of libel ing to go to the Conventi ke and the mo. members .•.'•. On to I .i and help Bi ot! .e as our : .t ,il I -. the F! th Distr Lod %  hat vei La an ai -.i rsement : the ci mpaign being conducted by the South Florida Chippled Children's Society for the raising of funds erect the • rij-pled Children's %  its n 1 ,i %  % %  County. t J. A'.on Abbott has SAMUEL BLANK grocery business in West Palm Beach In 1938 an affiliate cornappointed M. J. Kopelowiti and pa ">'' Southern Beverages. Inc., William Shayne as co-chairmen of was established to bottle soft .. C'tai B'rith committee, which is d inki JlU hol(ls distribution charged with the responsibility of franchises for the entire southi...ul. i_ :ig the irit'ie B'nai eas,ern part of Florida on Hires B'rith membership and as much I00t beer, Cliquot Club ginger re'mTin uJhT f the Jewish immunity as poe. ale sparkling water and Double s:bl4, with the purpose of securCo,a n the first of last month ndividual donations of $1.00 Mr Blank organized National Bevfrom each Jewish resident of Dade era ges, Inc.. in Orlando with the eneed." "The Mysticism and ignorance concerning the Jew. his ethics, his of seventy-six. "Every Jewish community To sta he ball rolling. Brothchildren, a daughter. 22; another Other JewLsh Leaders will rise. We can but hope that thev .ill sh uM have ore or more Fireside ? 1 ,id re Goldstpi n has COntri. daughter, 19. and a son. 13. He atuin the stature of a man like Adler. For the moment, together ith Discussion Groups whose function the SUm f one hund 'd dolresides at his own home at 3700 Jews throughout the country—whom he led—and Jews throughout the should be to dissuade those who 1VC 1 in ,he name of ,netree Drive Miami Beach, and world—whom he befriended—we bend our heads in grief. POLITICAL BRIEFS rrac ,j ... b B'nai B'rith together with the is a member of Ocean Bay Lodge. • srd true appeal I mutual ? >: f the um rast b ; Mahi ShHno Miam > B ^ch Elks. undersMndins. and a eorrP.-tinn of 1,,,,ltt ,r Th,s P oiect desei v, > the Miami and Miami Beach lature of 1937 and 1939 and memunderstanding, and a correction of. Iber of Vestry of Trinity Episcopal unjust attitudes However, its "'*. '^ FP "'' 1 "' .Church. He has received aasorfuncti :. _. i In.lude disthe support of every member of Chambers of Commerce and the B'nai B'rith. Robert J Boone. candidate for 'ances from members of the House icouiagir.g unjnstified i mplaints Ho has been treasurer of the office of Circuit Court Judge for,of all the State that they will b >' • 1 ^ ws from imaginary wrongs r 101*108 SlIgHT 'i.ater Miami Federation of Jew. Dade and Monroe Counties. Florlend their support I elect him. or by Jews who are oversensitive" pi ... Welfare Funds since its inlda. was born in Alabama in 1*77 Hi states that he has kept every' Sholem Lodge is indeed fortun. L nailgeS .\aiTie option, active in the National Reand came to Florida in 1*7$ and promise made and perfoinud eva e *• be able to point with pride fugee Resettlement Work in Florto Miami in 18K where he has reery plank in his platforms, and .:' M The Sugar Distributing a Iife men >ber and on the .side.since. In Marianna he stud'. reelected during the next sessi tang vt intellect %  %  }. edj.ation Co.. Inc., having outgrown both "]'' of Governors of the Young led law and was admitted to the of Legislature will c ._ t.-.ey its iti is chang. s Hebrew Assoc-iation. on the bar of this State in 1S97. to pracrecord already made. will be asked from time to ing I • nami to National Brands. Doar, s ,he Jewish Welfare Bu. before the State Supreme .. ; %  I its quarters to 68 \ W. V aU and Be,h Jacob CongregaCoun in 1911. In l25 he began; Tom Wood, candidal process 13th Street. Sam Blank! its ti "" and the civic League of Mipractice in Miami where he is election for Constable t" ; • ent and organiser, has deBeach. Mr. Blank has just ot; %  0WB private c:v:l on j | as ^^ 'veloped the businesa from delivpract -.e general affairs of for I | years. H :: Harry Sim sugai to gj tably as a mema ia-.v r soph A Barms teph L. Tepto a wholesale irrober of the Dade %  Bar Associat. m as Constable "in 1986; -'• genSugar distril niin DM! Utilitiea Asa j a member of the Elks; Loyal Oro item in a !.. G f (ro' George E. "Holt, candidate tot a of M BI :-r ar.d d:* Education. ment ar.c U the corporation is changing for office of Represenrec: ,'r.. V nmg Democratic i: '-*ndar.ce. tative in the Legislature in Group Club for six years and a ir.ern**r r.oiaoiy as a mena ;,:r Da it ..se P n A. B<: teph U Tepto a full-fledged wholesale grode County B.,r Asyears ^ Jper. Milton I itributing corporthe Florida State ioying 200 pen :.and n and a:"Dill four years prior completed the purchase of complete gymnasium equipment for the new Y. M. H. A. athletic quarts rs. His brother David, is vice president of the two beverage corporWhile Jack Miller is vice president and treasurer of Na">nal Brands. Inc.; Frank PetU a graduate of Vanderbdt of various other fraterr.al ai ibed. • that the '',' son fr" is secn'Ury of National actual operatic Brands., Inc. and secretary-treasUniversity. L.L.B. degree. 1986, erne organixat-ons. Mr. V. • e. has in. .clud. UW of both Southern Beverages, '"c.. and National Beverages. Inc. and has been a practicing attor] states that during his rm in of. :form d me :fcat P lar ar W H unnew concrete building of' 31 'In rev in Dade Co.: ftBS. fice he has cooperated fully with d way for holding a Community square feet, a second unit of 12JiO0 He U a professor of Law now and ,all law enforcement agencies in Seder for the Students of the Unisquare feet to be conatrnctM-hSL^ri SITS ^2; £? ssn."£t: -* MI L • •— ss?*.-•- %  *•..*• =—* p— Baby Chicks $3.85 hundred COD. Heavj Mixed $5.85. : Mve be held at the Talmud Torah of oTS^nd1ts^.ff t ?ift' ^^ PbrkS T nd d W rW tmaou of the Dade County Bar Associaturned ir. excess fees to the Coun l the ^^ D vid Synagogue under Samuel Blank r i r| P"ng (,ame in red. blue. gray, tion. member of House of Reprety. He also says that "One good the direction of Rabbi Max Shathree affiliated comMni^ "' h S N, CHOLS HATCHERY senutives lortda Diro Mlmt ^ Kr R KK; tmMmmmm !v \ a in P „_ J KINGSTON. GEORGIA companies, namepiro assisted by Rabbi Zwitmar.. '>" National Brands. Inc.. Southern' V I)



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PAGE TEN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 19' ears resides with his famcandidacy for this office on his i,y at 13 N E50tn Terrace and eight years' record in the Florida was a PP>nted Justice of the Peace senate. Mr. Holland declares that in 1926 to fil1 a vaca "c.v of Dis. his support is coming from vetertlict 8Ho ""^ bccn a student of ans, from school teachers and ,aw for man y years, and in June, school leaders, from farmers and 1!, 29 was admitted to practice be-' merchants, from sportsmen and foro a tne Courts of the State conservationists and from memot VVuUm, and in ly.VZ afer the ben of the alumni of the Univer'''-districting of Justice Disti icts. sity of Florida from where he ne b et ai e a candidate and was sity of Miami Swimming Team. Mr. Weiss feels that he has grov. n up with the School System of Miami Beach and that he is familiar with its needs. He also feels that he is able to give Miami Beach an unbiased, sensible representation on the County School Board. elecec! in District 1 which he has *..u H icu B r B nai iiioiuous rciane,<1 continuously, without oppotions with Legislature and Cabsition He is an activ e member MiIton Weiss candidate tot of many fraternal and orvice ormem ber of the School Board Fifth gan.zations and while Governor District) Miami Beach js t ._ *. i* A L. D.~i_. .i — r\.-i'. S 17th graduated in 1916. Senator Hoi. land pledges harmonious relawith Legislature and Cabinet, appointment on merit, business management of the state's %  -— —•" >•> %  >:'. %  important agencies, repeal of of the 4th District of Optimist In. st vt n years ol(| sjnK i ( regide pross receipts tax. etc. He believes ternational he founded and spoilwit |, his fami |y at 330 Weg 17lh that he has served the people of ROred a bo J'' s work program in St., Miami Beach. Mr Weiss's his country and of Florida ably Dade County. During his incummother is Rose Weiss, who has and honestly and if elected will bencv as Justice of the Peace, been for years, a civic welfan continue to do so. Judge Oppenborn has handled worker on'Miami Beach and he three thousand, seven hundred and has one brother and sister He Candidate for Judge of the Cirei S ht y evil cases and approxi camc t0 Miami Beach in 1921 and cuit Court to succeed Judge Tramn,atel y 4500 criminal cases. His entered the Miami Beach Public mell. George E. McCaskill, is a i only cam P ai ?n promise is a conSchool Svstem at that time cmresident of Miami and a practic-1 t lnued active interest in behalf of p i e ted his education through the mg attorney of more than 28 humanity and a fair, honorable Beach school and then attended years. He served as attorney for and courageous administiation of the University of Miami from the Board of County Commission. Ju stice in every cause that comes which he graduated in 1935 with ers for six years beginning in to hls attention. a law degree. He has been actW. H. Burwell. candidate for Judge of the Circuit Court Eleventh Judicial Circuit of b'lorida, Group One. which office wari foi • merly occupied by Judge H. F. Atkinson, has been a res Miami since 1923. He was a Live in Georgia where he practici for approximately twenty-fiv< years. He has been presided! ". .Miami Lions Club in 192& and 1926; District Governor of lions in 1926; for a number o.' yean Director of Miami Chamber o>' Commerce of which he was president in 1927; served as Chairman of the Railroad Committee of the Chamber of Commerce; W is chairman of Overseas Highway commission and has been engaged in general practice in State anel Federal Courts of Florida since 182:!. Mr. Burwell has been active in civic work in Miami and believes that this experience coupled with his common sense and courteous judicial temperament, qualify him to fill this office. been interested in the welfare of the farmer, laborer, school children and aged. One of his campaign promises is local self-government with no interference from Tallahassee and will if he is elected launch such a program as to make Dade County and Florida the' winter playground tfiat it should be. 1917; was City Attorney for Mi-. ively engaged in the practice of ?no f r S X • Vl! R an' er of Da(,e Count >' bar and rf*" f E kS; n,fa *-"^ ty and Florida State Bar Associa-'. • „ „ Degree Mason and member of tl-e .ions, the Episcopal Church and -s own study of nationw.de legal Scottish rite degree U-aml a inemis a Mason. reports. His success, those comber of the Civic League of .Miami in B" in contact with him say, is Beach and a member of B'nai Candidate for State Senator in based on equity that guarantees B'rith. While he attended the L'nrSl C Zu ng i elcetions ^ an Ch a Pevery defendant, every plaintiff, 'jersity of Miami he was presipel, well known ,n political and I f '. V .... dent of the Law School and preaic.v,c circles for a long number of whethe represented by brilhant dent of the Iron ^ %  JJJ years, has served as State Rep. | or mediocre legal talent, fair and honorary fraternity on the Cam resentative of Dade County, has ; impartial hearing. Judge Barns pus; a member of the Debating among the planks of his platform, states that "A judges desk is a Team and member of the Univera guarant,,,, revenue sufficient to ,,earing house for the legal knowpaj the BChOO] teachers an ade, quate salary and the establish.** 0l lhv member8 of '"'•" cir. merit of a medical sch ol in Kloiculi s l '' a The entire bar '.. Ida at the University of Miami. been educating me for 14 years." Francis P. Whitehair. candidate for Governor of the State of Florida, made his first speech in Dado County at Flamingo Park last week. During his stay here he visited all parts of the county. Mr. Whitehair believes that he has the qualifications and background to give Florida prosperity because for many years he has Candidate for Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Court of Florida in Division "A". Hose e Brimstetter has resided in Miami since 1926 and has been practicing here since that time, lie is admitted to pra< law before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, the Supreme Court of Florida, the United States Courts for the Western District of Pennsylvania, the Southern District of Florida, the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court, and is a member of the Dade County, Florida State and American Bar Associations. He has taken an active part in civic and communal activities in Miami. He beleives that there is a definite work that lie can do as a Judge to help expedite justice and by eliminating delays and costly procedure to make proper court action available to all citizens upon terms of actual money costs that everyone can meet. ROOM FOR RENT Beautiful Airy Urge Room with Private Bath. Private Entrance, and Private Enclosed Porch, with nice Jewish family. Located close to town, near street car and bus lines. S25.00 per month, all vear round. ..888 N. W. 7th Street'Rd. PHONE 2-2821 PERRY'S DAIRY 626 N. W. TENTH STREET PHONE 2-7221—2 3231 CLEAN MILK R A W OR p .\ ST E I" li; I X E 1) FROM MY OWN TESTED HERD CONSTABLE District No. 2 You are assured of the best and safest bottle of milk tIlat can b e produced when you buy from us. SUPPORT FRANCIS P. WHITEHAIR for Governor BILL SHAYNE SAYS:— WHITEHAIR HAS ALL THE QUALIFICATIONS AND BACKGROUND TO GIVE OUR STATE FOUR YEARS OP PROSPERITY TO EVERYONE. I foil t leal Adv. Paid f,„by I-Viendu) EXPERIENCED EFFICIENT COURTEOUS "One Good Term Merits Another" Adv.) ATTENTION PASSOVER SHOPPERS FAT SELECT POULTRY Capons — Fowls — Soft Roasters — Fryers Broilers Properly Dressed and Cut I'p to your order—at prices you can afford to pay RABBI TO KILL POULTRY According to Jewish Law Fresh Florida Select Bfga J. L. SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO 317 N. W. 5th St. PHONE 2-3508 Your Future G () V E RNOR u I L J o fl fl u ELECT ROBERT J BOONE for CIRCUIT JUDGE DADE AND MONROE COUNTIES, FLORIDA Group 4 Democratic Primary May, 1949 Always the friend of the people giving time and service to help with public improvements and establishment cf park3, and obtaining reduction of electric rates. COURTESY AND ABILITY (Paid Political Ad v ) HOLLAND will speak at Flamingo Park Miami oeach Tomorrow Nite SATURDAY APRIL 13th 8:00 P.M. Sen. Holland will i v e purlieu Jar emphasis to matters of interest to tin's area. Music Entertainment %  >J<. •



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1940 Junior Hadassah By Elsie Kronenfeld At last Monday night's meeting Mrs. Freda Lutaky spoke. She said one thing that we Hadassah girls realize tx> the fullest. She quoted "It is better to be the donor than the receiver." In other words it is better to be able to give than to have to receive. We in America are among the few lucky human beings still able to feel this joy, the joy of giving. It makes us human—It points the way to true civilization to the Golden Age. Pagans never in all the past gave one to another. They made slaves of a luckless man, they never aided him. Today in "Civilized" lands we know better. We have found out that giving besides the mental relief and satisfaction it affords is the key to an abundant future. Somehow we don't know exactly, but somehow through kindness we buy future luck. We safeguard our days to come. There is a legend somewhere, we have forgotten where, that states: When a child is born donate something needy to a needy in the child's name and his coming days will be filled with happiness and abundant with worldly things. Try as we Hadassah girls do this adage. See if per. chance we are not right. See if by giving you can buy you and your children luck. Coming over the horizon. April 21st, to be exact, is the Donor's Dinner. We'll see each other at the Carrousel promptly at 8:00 o'clock. Then the fun will begin. Dining and dancing near "Miami Shores." Be sure.you are there. It's a proven fact that we all love a ceremony. The May Day Dance will be "tops." Even England couldn't beat it. Be sure you seen the Queen crowned. CHILD GUIDANCE By Joseph A. Berman (The writer will be glad to answer any problem of his readers. Write to him in care of this paper.) Today we would like to tell you an interesting story on the power of tact. A mother prepared a delicious meal for her little daughter. She understood that this food would increase her vitality and well being. Probably the child too, would realize and appreciate this in later years. Nevertheless the child stubbornly refused to touch a particle of food. Mother scolded and cried threateningly— but to no avail. The child, if anything, enjoyed the emotional outburst. Mother overlooked the fact that nobody wishes to do anything that is forced upon him. Of course, there are other mothers who have coped with the same situation successfully. All children are human. And a tactful mother can accomplish much in training her child. Here is a simple example: Johnny came into the dining room still angry because his baseball team had lost the afternoon game by one point. And he noisily blamed the umpire for his disappointment. When mother served the entree, he refused it angrily. "I don't feel like eating," he screeched. Mother made no display of her feelings, but simply slid his plate to the center, of the table, and Johnny continued to brood about the game. Before serving the next dish, Mother questioned him interestingly about the game and particularly about the umpire. What play did he call wrongly? What did the other team do? By this man. ner, Johnny had the opportunity to get the game "off his chest.' Pretty soon Johnny was willing to admit that the play had been fairly close. He no longer brooded about the defeat. Johnny was now in a completely different frame of mindWhile Johnny's spirit rose, Mother again placed the entree before him and said nothing; without a murmur Johnny ate it all and went right on eati:ig the entire meal. Mother, in this case, realized the value of tact. However, baseball (rames are not always the disturbing factors t at meal time. There are many ,more serious health problems that should be solved tactfully. Misleading opinions of people we know and wish to help can be corrected, if we are wise in our selection of tactics. For instance, you may have an adolescent daughter who does not Jeanette tells us that a special meeting is called for this coming Monday night, April 15th at 8:00 o'clock at the Colony Hotel. This is a very important meeting. We'll see you there. Make Reservations Now for Passover An NELL HOTEL 700 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-4687 Cantor Louis Goldbirg will conduct SEDAR SERVICES HOSCOE BRUNSTETTER FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE Group 1 Democratic Primary, May 7, 1940 Ability — Experience Judicial Temperament Your Vote and Support Appreciated (Paid Political Advertisement) r SPECIAL— LET US GIVE YOU FREE ESTIMATES —SPECIAL Ring Job—Guaranteed to Stop Oil Pumping—Grind Valves—Check Timing—Synchronize Points—All For $3.00 PER CYLINDER THE DOWNTOWN GARAGE J. C. GRAMLEY BODY AND FENDER WORK—GUAR ANTE ED DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE 34 South West First Street REV. J. MALEK Experienced get enough rest at night She is anemic and run down. Your daugh is losing resistance by her lack of sleep. How would you go about changing her ways? There is no sense whatever in insulting her and forbidding indulgence in what she wishes to believe are her pleasures. Exercise a little psychology and mold several situations that will cause your daughter to mend her ways. Arrange for a party at your home with her friends, in her own house; she will find no desire to go galavanting around all hours of the night. She will learn to appreciate the wholesomeness of sane living. But if irritable guidance is used, many upsetting hardships might result. Remember that a touch of tactfulness can work wonders. BE PATRIOTIC! BE AN AMERICAN! BE SURE YOU REGISTER AND VOTE! WOLPERT'S FURNITURES BARGAINS! We Refuse To Be Undersold 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 ELECT JFRHNKEJRYUNT CIRCUIT JUDGE Group Three A Free and Uii-Trammelled Judiciary' Born in Gibson County, Tennessee. Graduate of University of Tennessee. Practiced law in Tennessee fifteen years. Practiced law in Miami fifteen years. President Dade County Bar Association 1939. Member. Florida State and American Bar Associations. Member. City Commission of Coral Gables for five years. Member, Coral Gables Post No. 98, American Legion. His Only Campaign Promise is a Fair, Honest and Courageous Administration of Justice (Paid Political Advertisement) For real holiday enjoyment use D f\ M C A f* U PURE AND KOSHER Ixv^CMvn PRODUCTS Kosher for Passover Food products to enrich your holiday table ROKEACH KOSHER NYAFAT A purm vtgmlablm product • ROKEACH KOSHER PEANUT OIL* • ROKEACH PURE FRUIT PRESERVES Strawberry, raspberry, cherry; inarm 0/009 ROKEACH KOSHER BORSCHT Dmliciovi! Servo hot or cold, with moor or dairy mmal$ m ROKEACH KOSHER CIDER VINEGAR ROKEACH PURE HONEY Household products to keep your house clean and kosher ROKEACH KOSHER SCOURING POWDER ROKOH — for porcofoi



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1 FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1940 THE JEWI8H PLORIDIAN ^.*^ PEOPLES GAS C UTS RATES The Peoples Water and Gas Company Monday announced its gas rates would be reduced on May 1 for customers using automatic water heaters. C. D. Littlefieldgeneral manager, said the reduction would represent a potential saving of some $35,000 a year to the com. pany'g customers in Miami Beach. Surfside, Fort Lauderdale, Dania, Hollywood, Hallandale, North Miami Beach, North Miami and Biscayne Park. He said a new rate "C" had been created for persons using 100 per cent automatic water heaters and this would reduce their monthly gas bills by approximately 15 per cent. Persons now using gas only for cooking and refrigeration can become eligible for the new rate before installing automatic water heaters. To be eligible for the new rate customers are required to pay a ininnium bill of $3 for each month or par of month that gas is used and ;o make a statement that all hot water used is heated automatically. Customers eligible for the new rale were requested to notify the company so their May bills will be reduced. TVu' company also announced that a general reduction of up to 7 per cent will be given to all customers now on the year-round "D" rate who use more than 10,000 cubic feet of gas a month. Following is a table showing the savings available on the new "C" rate as compared with the existing "A" rate: Page Seven Council News Miss Dora Tannenbaum, field secretary of the National Council of Jewish Women, arrives in Miami Sunday morning, April 14th. The Miami Section has arranged an entire week of Council activities, to-wit: board meeting, chairmen's meeting, Institute of Service to Foreign Born, radio program, general meeting, communal meeting and forum and luncheon. The following dates have been set by the committee: Sunday Afternoon. April 14th Miss Dora Tannenbaum in a radio interview with Francis P. Locke of the Miami Daily News, will discuss Council's diversified program, its accomplishments and its furtherance of the best interests of humanity and democracy, over Station WIOD at 3:30 p. m. We are indebted to the Jewish Hour for having relinquished its radio time to us. Monday Morning. April 13 Board meeting at 10 o'clock at the Alcazar Hotel, to be held in rooms 310 and 311, and to be followed by a luncheon. Tuesday Morning, April 16th Institute of Service to Foreign Born to be held in Council's office in the Congress Building at 10:00 o'clock. Tuesday Afternoon. April Hi A general meeting at 2 o'clock at the Evar:s Hotel, Collins Avenue and 10th Street, Miami Beach. Main address to be presented by Miss Dora Tannenbaum, entitled "A Pattern of Living for Today." Miss Vera Mazer, new executive director of the Miami Section. i will be presented to the assemblage. Mrs. Hairy Barnhardt will oiler her report on the Conferferonce of Cause and Cure of War. which she attended in Washington, 1). C, recently, as a representative of the section. Entertainment will be furnished by Miss Roselle Strahlheim. accomplished accordion player, who has just completed a long and successful engagement in New | York City. Presidents of local Jewish organizations have been invited to attend this meeting. A short business meeting will open the program. Wednesday, April 17 (Morning) A chairmen's meeting is scheduled for 10 A. M. in Council's fice. Wednesday, April 17 (Evening) At 8 P. M. on the roof of the Alcazar Hotel in Miami a Community meeting will be held. Heads of all of Miami's Civic and Social Service Agency have been invited to join with us. The proSLENDERIZE mxumptlon in it.it.L'.ciiin .:. ) t.ow 5.000 10,000 50,000 loo.i ,000 400.000 "A % %  Itiite I 3. tin :..jo •.so K.40 15.90 : B.fO Bit.40 129.40 219 10 429.40 | THE PAeiident MAURICE LEVIN Management 1423 Collins Avenue Miami Beach Open For Passover tji SPECIAL SADER SERVICES Conducted by Cantor Schmulikel Kelemer FOR RESERVATIONS TELEPHONE 5-2991 TOT BIGHT WAY SCIENTIFIC! HEDUCOIO OUB SPECIALTT Each hnoo R*C*WM Individual Attannon Call Fot Appointment MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Dr. 0. F. Ehrllnt, Director Naturopathlc Physloiti 7813-16-17 Blsctyn* Blvd. Ph. 7-7IBB GED. E. MtfflL Candidate FOP JUDGE of the CIRCUIT COURT Advocates: Speedy, orderly, dignified mid courteous administration of justice. Running to succeed Judge Worth W. Trammel! (Political Adv. i-.ii


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. > FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDLflJf PAGE FIVE *> ? mm*mimim SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Vv RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor MARRIAGE TO TAKE PLACE Mrs. Rose Borah Jamison announces the approaching marriage of her daughter, Maxine Tema Jamison, to Harold Weinatock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe WeinStock, of New York City. The ceremony will take place April 11 ;it Miami Beach. Open house will be held from l to <• p. ra at the home of Miss Jamison. The COUpie will fly to Cuba for their hon. eymoon and upon their return will reside at 4' r > Coral Way. Coral Gables, Florida. • • SPONSOR LECTURE The Greater Miami Workmen's Circle, Branch 682, will sponsor a lecture featuring Mr. Bezalel .Sherman, author, journalist, lecturer, of New York, Wednesday. April 17 at 8:30 p. m. at the Beth I>avid auditorium, 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue. Mr. Sherman, vice chairman of the Jewish I-abor Committee will speak on "The War and Ihe Jewish Problems in Europe." There is no charge. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. ANNUAL CONCERT TO BE PRESENTED Arrangements have been completed for the annual concert given by the Workmen's Circle, Branch 02. Sunday evening, April 21 at 8:30 o'clock at the Beth David auditorium, 185 N. W. 3rd Avenue. Feature of the evening will be Harvey Kfimov, distinguished singing actor and humor ist of Jewish folk lore, who is touring the Southeast under the auspices of the Workmen's Circle. Mr. Kfimov is an exponent of Interpretative art and his program will consist of folk sor.gs, ballads, traditional, chassidic. Palestinian, modern, humorous and rogue songs, in various languages and dialects. Tickets may be obtained from members or at the door. The public is invited to attend. • • HABANOTH MAKE PRESENTATION The Miami Beach Habanoth juniors and seniors have presented a stained glass window to the Beth Jacob Congregation. lOiis window is to match the one presented by the Habanoth last year, and is to be installed before Passover. PALATIAL KOSHER RESTAURANT OFFERS A COMPLETE Passover Holiday Unsurpassed in detail of preparation — service—cuisine refinement and hospitality. Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner, as well as a la carte service. special rates for the entire Passover Week. Morton S. Fagan Management Sader Ritual will be conducted on both nights by Louis Hayman Golden.Voiced Tnor of BETH DAVID 266 N. E. SECOND STREET PHONE 2.9869 Burdine's 44 PC. CRYSTAL DINNER SET In Lovely "Royal Lace" Pattern Service for 8 in heat-proof clear glass. Set includes 8 each: Plates, Cups, Saucers, Bread and Butters, Cream 8oups. 1 each: Platter, Vegetable Dish, Creamer, Sugar. Limited lot. FIFTH FLOOR 2.99 WEDDING SOLEMNIZED Mr. William B. A. Perlman and Miss Rebecca Belle Levine were joined in marriage in a simple but impressive ceremony at the Beth Jacob Synagogue Tuesday afternoon by Kabbi Moses Meseheloff, Mr. and Mrs. Perlman are formerly from Baltimore. • UNVEILING TO TAKE PLACE Sunday afternoon at 2::50 o'clock a monument in memory of Mrs. Harry Wasserman will be unveiled at the Woodlawn cemetery. The ceremony will be directed by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff with the assistance of Cantor Maurice Mamches. Mr. Wasserman is a vice president of the Beth Jacob Congregation of Miami Beach. • • • ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED The engagement of Miss Charlotte Kaminsky to Mr. Louis Farmansky of New York was announced by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Israel Kaminsky at a party in New York Sunday. Miss Kaminsky is a college graduate and a granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs 1 Joseph Margoshes. Dr. Margoshes is the well known writer of the Jewish Morning Journal and is now residing in Miami Beach. Mr. Farmansky is active in the Zionist movement and holds a prominent position in the State government of New York. Among the guests present were Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Margoshes. Mr. and Mrs. Israel Margoshes, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Margoshes, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Margoshes, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Margoshes, Miss Rosalind Kaminsky, Mrs. Sarah Farmansky, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Entel, and Mr. Mendel Farmansky. • • • BENEFIT CARD PARTY TO BE HELD Mrs. Louis Miller will be hostess at a benefit mah jong, bingo and card party in the form of a dessert party, Wednesday afternoon, April 17th, at 1 p. m. at the Victor Hotel, 1144 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. The entire proceeds of the affair will be given to Hadassah for the Youth Aliyah project. An interesting program will be presented. Mrs. Miller will be assisted by her daughters Mrs. A. E. Woolfe and Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, president of the Southeastern Region of Hadassah; and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Harry A. Miller. Tickets may be obtained by calling Mrs. Miller at r>-:<7'.o"> or Mrs. Lutsky at 5-4198. The public is invited to attend. MEETING TO TAKE PLACE The Men's Club of Temple Israel will hold their regular meeting Wednesday evening, April 17th at 7:15 p. m. at Kaplan Hall. The program will include an address by Mr. Francis P. Locke, editorial writer of the Miami Daily News. Mr. Leroy Jahn, chief investigator of the Miami Police department will present "Magic", and Miss Carol Dexter, recently appearing at the Wofford Hotel and Mother Kelly's, will render vocal sc lections. Refreshments will be served All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. • AUXILIARY TO MEET The I-adics Auxiliary of tjie Jewish Welfare Bureau will hold their regular monthly meeting Monday afternoon. April 15th at 2 p. m. at the Young Women's Christian Association Bldg., S. E. 1st St., Miami. The nominating committee will present the slate and election of officers will take place. All members are urged to attend. • MIAMI BEACH MIZRACHI TO MEET The men's and women's divisions of the Miami Beach Mizrachi will hold their regular monthly meeting Saturday night, April 13. at the Beth Jacob Synagogue at 8:30 o'clock. An interesting program will be presented. Refreshments will be served. FACULTY MEMBER TO LECTURE "Some Aspects of Good Singing" will be the topic of the lecture by Edward Clarke, of the University of Miami, before the Spinoza Group, meeting this Saturday afternoon on the lawn of Dr. Abraham Woll'son's home, 124 litb street, near Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Next Tuesday evening at 8:00 o'clock Mr Joseph L. Tepper will lecture on the Constitution of the United States. Wednesday evening, 8 o'clock, Mr. George H. Lutz, one of the nation's best known astronomers, will speak on the Solar System and the eclipse of the sun. • • NOMINATING COMMITTEE MEETS Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, vice president of the Miami Chapter of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress, and chairman of the nominating committee, presided at the special meeting held Thursday, April 11th, at the Victor Hotel, at which time the slate for the coming year was completed. Members of the committee are Mesdames H. Koketsky, Benj. London, A. E. Woolfe, J. Albert and Harry Marcus. BUILD NOWCRIPPLED CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL We Carry a Complete Line of GOODMAN'S MATZOS AND PRODUCTS For Passover A Full Line of Hebrew National Products Kosher for Passover TTOD 1 ? -)\i/3 "SPECIAL PRICES FOR PASSOVER" FALK'S DELICATESSEN 345 N. E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 2 0760 VICTOR HOTEL OCEAN DRIVE AT 12TH STREET MIAMI BEACH WILL REMAIN OPEN FOR THE SUMMER EARLY RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED FOR THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS Telephone 5-5881 Louis Adler Management Announcing the Opening of Two Summer Camps by Rabbi S. 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