The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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VOLUME 13No. 19
comb.^c rihe Jhewiislh Unity
H
pa B'nai B'rith Membership
Drive Gains Momentum
-----MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAYJoTliicl
The regular meeting of .Sholem
l-odge B'nai B'rith will bo hoi.I
Tuesday evening, May J4th at 8:30
o'clock at thir Miami Women's
Club, 1737 N. Bayahore Drive. Zl u^Z fP Refu
..,., ., ... -''" Mothers in Palestine will be
N. F. T. S. Sponsors
Silver Offering
RE-ELECT
Annual Mother's Day
Program Sunday
^:
K'
Miami, with the Ladies Auxiliary
meeting at the same place in ad-
joining rooms.
Ai this meeting name.- of more
than 800 prospective members of
ter Miami will be distributed
and those called on are asked t.,
|l> use treat B'nai B'rith member-
ship solicitors courteously and co-
operate by joining this worth-
while and necessary organization.
Plans for the Fifth District
Annual Convention to be held at
Roanoke May 2oth will also be
discussed.
Proudly pointing to the A, '/..
A. which was the recipient last
week of nation-wide acclaim as on-
ly one of the many and varied
B'nai B'rith beneficial activities,
i Sholem Ixidge of Greater Mi-
is pushing with concerted efforts
its membership drive now nearing
the 1000 mark. A very optimis-
tic outlo k on the successful con-
ision of their 1940 goal of 1500
by the end of the year is held by
Leo EiseiisU-in, chairman of the
membership committee, together
with the other members, Messrs.
Leo Ackerman. R. R. Adler, Jack
August. Dr. Al Augustine. Mat-
th( w S. Handler. Herman Barnett,
S:t"1 Frankel, Dr. Ellas Freidus,
s I Goldstrom, Harry Koretsky,
Isaac Levin, Ben, J. Le Vine, Jo-
"' Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi of
Temple Israel Congregation, was
re-elected president of the Florida
Rabbinical Association in West
l'a!m Beach at a three day con-
the special Maytime contribution
l' 55,000 members of the National
Federation of TempU Sisterhood .
largest Jewish women's VCnt,on beginning Sunday. Other B'nai B'rith campaign
Crippled Children's
Hospital Receives
I..
F stering a spirit of organiza-
tional cooperation Sholem Lodge
B nai B'rith is sponsoring an i lab-
"'l'~i""s rganization, to the re- officers elected at the annual, h issued the following i
building ,>i uprooted Liberal Jew- oonven '" include Rabbi Morris contributions received in the fi bI
Margolis, Jacksonville, and Rabbi 'week of the drive, and although
Peiser Jacobs, St. Petersburg, vice tne Passover Festival came before
presidents; and Rabbi Morris A. t,H' B'' B'rith drive- for mem-
Skop, Orlando, secretary-treasur- bership in the Sjuth Florda
''' |Crippled Children's Hospital Cam-
paign really was started, the com-
mittee received (267.50 from 119
Lodge Cooperation |orate Mother's Day program joint-
_______ [y with the Women's Auxiliary of
M. .1. Kopelowitz, chairman of
i tee,
ish rei:gi,,us communities through
ishmi nt in Palestine of con-
gregational religious schools, af-
ter school clubs and leisure time
activities for children,
Miami Sisterhood is a Member
<>f the National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods
Mrs. Watters. president, ex-
plained that che silver offering
of nickels, dimes or quarters
which will be given at the Mav
meeting of each local Sisterhood
_ Rabbis attending were Dr. Carl
X. Herman and Rabbi Manuel
Greenstein of West Pa'm Beach;
Rabbi Peiser Jacobs and Rabbi A.
S. Kleinfeld, St. Petersburg; Rabbi
Adolph Burger, Rabbi Morris A.
Skop, Orlando; Rabbi David A.
contributors. Top honors went t
Isidor Goldstein, who started off
the drive wth a contrbution of
$100.
It is hoped that next week there
-,., ...., urnjui 1/avlU A. | .....w %.--% --rft nun
Bognir. Daytona Beach; Rabbi P. wi" D(' reported even greater pro-
7:----------- _* r. i m...i... ; U______1____.* ,
Rabbi lv,is in tne number of member-
B'nai B'rith, Senior Council of
Jewish Women, Senioi I! ssah
and Ya ing Men's and Young
men's II, brew Associations. A
large audience of .".no is expi
to attend the M ither's Day pro-
gram, an annual event which has
in past years been marked]}
cessful and this year's event with
the unified organization effort
points to an even greater success.
The affair will be held at Tem-
ple Israel. 137 X. E. 19th St..
Starting a: 8 o'clock and will feat-
ure an address. "The Light That
Will Nt Fail," by Stanley C.
Myers. The program will include:
Invocation, Rabbi Colman Zwit-
man; singing ,f "America"; ail-
is in addition to the regular NFTS .Zissman of St Augustine'
program Of Aid to Refugees. Morris D. Margolis oJackson shi- you have not as ye, sent J"! T*"* ^"iL^
M.amis Sisterhood of Temple ville; Rabbi Max Eichhorr.of '" ^ur dollar for this most wor- C^^^Ju ^'\^ '
Gainesville and Tallahassee; Rab- thy cause- V "e urged to do lO Kfa E KXholf V^'T' ""
his Kln k-n, u'u-ZZ at once. One dollar from ,.a,-h lmd'kS' E\ Albert Pal ot- cha"-
Israel headed by Mrs. Harold B.
-. .--------- ,la. 1IBIU1U D. uainesviile and Tallahassee; Rab- ""' lauM" >ou a,e urca lo <> so 'marks K AlKo.-, Pol w
Spaet ,i a member of the Nation- bis Kaplan, Kellner, Mescheloff at nce- One dollar from each".''* J Pal0t' ,cha"-
al Federation. Other local leaders Shaniro and Zwi,' ;11, member of your family enti.les m*n' 1 ". Bob **"!
........... ,>,:, i me nation- bis Kaplan, Kellner, Mescheloff ut onle- une onar lrom each
al federation. Other local leaders Shapiro, and Zwivman of Miami 'member of yar family entitles
are: Mrs. Benjamin Bror.stcn, cor- I A reception h w th' Iyou to a FamlV Membershp and
responding secretary; Mrs. Max oetv F?r?' tf c a the affords you the privilege of par-
Orovitz, vice president; Mrs. Hen-^ ^TS n nT gating in the building of this
nin. Monday morning an address j hospjta, Many are t^ng r^
larger
ry D. Williams, recording secre-
tary; and Mrs. Harry Nevins,
treasurer.
FRISCH Z 0. A.
POSSIBLE PRESIDENT
Indianapolis, Ind. The move-
ment to put the name of Daniel
- I'll M. Upton. Max Orovitz, E. Prisch before the Z. O. A. conven-
Albert Pallot, Sidney L. Segall, tion in June to succeed Rabbi Sol-
Wm. Shayne, Arthur Trieater, onion Goldman as president, is
tarry Zukernkk, Lester K. Stein, gaining impetus throughout the
'!;..! Ii,,,man- Harry Gordon. Sam Middle West. Mr. Frisch, who is
Miller, A. Loufo Mechlowite, Krn-
est S,.sman. Ted Kaufman, and
Dr. Bernard B. Berkley.
Sholem Lodge has two active
A Z. A. ( hapters, the Miami
1 hapter and Che Royal Palm
( haptei of Miami Reach, who re-
cently sponsored a city-wide youth
and Democratic rally.
' If every lodge and every order
" the country had a program as
*el,designed and as well coordin-
" d as ihat of Junior B'nai B'rith,
Amerka w aid b: very much bet-
lie New York Journal
,:| '' declared in an editorial
"ting on the "Youth and
' Enforcement" program re-
recent y by national head-
Of Aleph Zadik Aleph,
1 H rub's youth organization,
very close to Rabbi Goldman, is
thought to be acceptable to both
the eastern and western divisions
of the organization. Mr. Frisch
I was a delegate to the World Zion-
ist Congress last August and is
considered the leading western
candidate for the position.
200 Attend General
Zionists Conference
Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agency)
The conference of the Union of
General Zionists opened hen with
cial gifts in larger amon its.
LET'S BUILD THAT HOSPIT \L.
a message from Hadassah. "Moth-
ers Across the Sea," Mrs. Harry
L. Rubin; Senior Council presen-
tation, Mother's Day skit, Mrs.
Bea Weinstein and Maxine Ran-
ter; Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A.
presentation, vocal selection. Miss
presentation of
THESE CRIPPLED CHILDREN I p
WANT TO PLAY F! U.L WITH i "V : ,',,escntatil;n ol
lYOU AND ME. T IEY HAVE ""'s; M,s- s- A- Newman;
'CHOSEN THEIR SIDE. NOW I, d,.B}es* Ame"" audience;
benediction, Rabbi Abraham Ke I-
r.er.
Singing led by Marx Feinbcig.
Organization committee niem-
, CHOSEN THEIR '.IDE,
HOW ABOUT OF IS!
Send your th to Abe Aronn- I
vita or to Bu ett Roth in the I
Seybold Build
Kopelowitz, :: .07.
LE US S' YOUR NAME IN
THIS COLUMN NEXT WEEK!
The list if contributors up to
May 1st a :
Isidor QuIdaiMn........... 100.00
. Naiiniel H;i tuei i
Sol Halpert
Stanton Halpert
Samuel Stelnbei-g
Sylvia Steinberg
Sandra Hlelnbc i
.. B. Miller
Mrs s. b. .Miil.'-i
s. Broder .....
S. Sloan
n. nk \ i i"K"i'-iioii committee niem-
or phone M. J. v .. ,.
y bers include Mr. E. Albert Pallot,
DR. JACOB 11 KAPLAN
J. Wolfe......
I. Cohell .
Mr. and Mrs. j
Henry Mlnkoff
Ken nfe Stone
Ethel Stone
Mrs. s stc
.1. k StO'ie
i Stone
Sclire'lber!
more than 200 delegates in ;lt- Stone
.,.,,.1...,,.,, "as given by Irving fineman.au- '""' gjone
'nuance. ISarah K Stone
general chairman. Sholem Lodge
B'nai B'rith; Dr. Frank Corn. Mr.
Fred Shochet. Mr. R. R. AdleT,
Mr. J. A. Abbott.
B'nai B'rith Ladies' Auxiliary,
Mrs. Isaac Levin, chairman; Mis
S. A. Newman. Mrs. Jennie Rot-
fort. Mrs. Charles Beckwitt. Mrs.
Harry Koiv./.ky. Mrs. Benjamin
ii. Landau.
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men, Mrs. Jack Cohen, chairman;
Mrs. Benjamin LeVine, Mrs Har-
| iy Barnhardt, Mrs. Monty Selig,
Mrs. Maurice1 Jacobs.
S nior ll.i lassah, Mrs. Harry L.
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tendance.
J is h Suprasky, Labor leader.
made the keynote address in
which he emphasized that t he-
chief centers of strength of the
thor of 'Hear Ye Sons." and in
the afternoon papers Were read
by the Rabins. The Rabbis were
guests of honor at a dinner in the
evening tendered to them by the
Eyf("' <_!". use of its 10,000 members
' chapters in 2oo communi-
ties.
The editorial also lauds B"
Union had been destroyed follow--!,,
ing the invasion of Poland. B";" Br,th a mass meeting at Beth El Syna-
H.
--
Bti sinne
sione ;.,;;
Fl i r k i 'oi :
Mrs. fi;. ik (N i
!"'.......' el
Irving Pore!
Milton Friedman
!' n.i. I eVIne
Mrs 11, |,, \ n
l.eVIm
beVlne
Jon, s Hue-it Faml>-;
v be i -
of lawlessness that are to be >-' U'u<: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. .,
found in practically every ,.....,- Principal speaker at this meeting, //;'../ -;:;.
------ .o ihuus r> nai munity in the land. For this iva- "leniorialized Rabbi Martin Free-:- Wolperi .'.'
' "S':lf for "doinK effective. s,,n I feel that the A Z. A. is ",:ul '"' Pensacola, who passed I ,,
m^ Prac ical work in thus pro- making a great forward step in away this year. ^'^'je'lT"'
among Je tan *"""" cltlzi'"sni|) ifu,"th,rinf l'ilusl' of '* ''! Tuesday a general business ses- [',.._ rr', V:,'V;,
"SBi youth. I order, since the first step must sion was held and election of of- I James s. Roth
'ugar Hoover, Hie/.ni,. *e '_________n_ .. is ... *i____ ..._, ., .....
th
] 0
i, chairman; Mrs. Canie Ros-
en, Mrs. Benjamin Meyer. Mrs.
i em Joseph Lipton.
I.on
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iation, Mrs. Leon I ieberman,
chairman; Miss Irene Cohen, Mrs.
Al Reisman, Miss Irene Cohen.
1 .1"!
l oo tion, Mr. Maurice (.rossman.
chairman; Dr. Samuel Beckman,
; ; Mr. Herman Waitzman, Mr. Har-
y Schwartz.
Young Women's Hebrew Asso-
Young Men's Hebrew Associa-
''eeleral Bureau
;;;:' ;:!s" hd th. ,
the most important [.bases
f Public service, since it has to
and th<" maintenanM f 'aw
.uiiii-i. Mine iiie iiis[ step must bioii was ne.ci ana election oi 01- ISC ''""' -
er. director of necessarily be an informed public fleers took place. Luncheon hon- Morris VVrubel '',
u of Invcstiga- j opinion. The Aleph Zadik Aleph oi ing those present was held and ,V
ie program "as .is of vital importance to the youth at the same time the Beth Israel |; Rumen .:;:::
iinortaiit nhaiiaa nf A.,,.,,;..., i....>,.i,.i ....... i..,....,,.. ,l. !._"''.'.'"'!' .......
of America.
Dealing with "Law and Oi-der
in a Democracy." "Scientific Law
Sisterhood \>:is hostess to the
wives of the Rabbis at a luncheon.
Among laymen attending were
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Prof. Finkelstein Named
To Succeed Late Dr. Adler
1 eon Zn.-k'-i
Snm Fi ''
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------..,._ .,, u, B ,/ei,ioe ri,c,\. oeieruiiic ijiw i Among laymen ane neiing we're y '' li
"'"'le "fT'4W h 's the corner- Enforcement," "Youth and Crime" Mr. Leo Ackerman, president of R" k''-'.'.','
Be said an '"OCTsfcy." .and 'The Duty of the Patriotic Beth David Congregation; Mr. M. Mou,| ].,,.'
Older s"m,':mus I feel that the |Citizen." the program's underlv- B. Frank and Mr Harry Was- Hf'Sf"
many !'''''u','atlon >" failed in ing theme stresses the need for serman, president and vice presi- Mew sciTwam ......
fH>k t ,S(p,',-ts and that we must | "an understanding of the law as dent, respectively, of Beth Jacob Wo^raM^So"' '''.'.'.'.'.'. i>o .m***-
h'allv e youn^er generation to a positive agency existing to Congregation, all of Miami and s Schwarta.......... I'oo' "CW president wil1 assume
J W up against the forces I (Ontinued on Page 6) Miami Beach. fOm^taS^kW*iiL::iv ,0'1 i^'n eS at the opening of the
(Continued on Page 6) I fall semester next October.
New York (WNS) Prof Louis
Finkelstein was elected to the
presidency of the Jewish Theolog-
cal Seminary of America at a
"ie,iing of the Board of Direct rs.
Dr. Finkelstein, provost of the
Seminary since 1987, who succeds
| the late Dr. Cyrus Adler, will bet
the fourth president of the Sem-


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PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
MAY 10. lyjo
S-^wSSe'
5 3s- S3*2E& v?sstt-s
RETURN
NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. J. Klutz returned
to their home in New York after
visiting in Miami for several
weeks with their daughter and
son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Mann.

TO HOLD
CONCERT
The ninth gala concert spon-
sored by Mr. Abraham Bramson
will be held Sunday evening. May
I6tb at 8 P. M- at the Beth David
Talmud Torah. 136 N. W. 3rd Ave.
Prominent artists will assist Mi
Bramson. Complete details will
be announced in next week's issue.
SOCIAL AC11VITIES *
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
. the Y club rooms. 1561 b. W.
JJfS pi acb 5th St. Various card same, mil
T'^?I>1 of Miss Marian be played -jJ^TS S
Fine. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. b.[^J^S-S-tSi
Samuel Fine of Cincinnati. Ohio. I -------u
to Harold Levinson. son of Mr.
and Mrs. I. uia Levinson of 1906
II
served at 12:80. Mrs. Levy will
leave for the north the latter part
of this month and reservations for
the 1940 season will close Jure 1.
Y club rooms. 1567
TO CELEBRATE
MOTHERS DAY
Mrs. Sidney I- Wcintraub. pres-
ident elect of the Dade County
Federation of Women's Clubs, a
native Floridian. will speak on
"Pioneer Mothers" at the Mother's
Day breakfast of the Miami Bus-
iness and Professional Women's
I Club. Sunday morning at 9 A. M.
,M. at the Pan American Airport
Restaurant. An unusual program
has been arranged by Dr. A.
Hampton and Freda Greenfield.
Reservations may be made with
Dr. Hampton or Miss Minnie Mor-
gan.
CELEBRATE
WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blau en-
tertained at their home. 6T9 S. W. MEN'S CLUB SPONSOR
19th Ave.. Thursday evening. May SOCIAL MEETING
2nd in honor of their second wed- \ The Men's Club of Temple 1s-
iimg anniversary. Dancing was rael wi'l sponsor a card party and
enjoyed and refreshments served, social meeting Wednesday eve-
ning. May 15th at 8:15 V. M. at
CAMPERS TO
HOLD REUNION
Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, owner
and director of Camp Wohelo for speakers.
Girls, will have a reunion of her various card games will be play-
campen, Saturday. May 11th at ed. All members and friends are
Ruby Poo's, Luncheon will be cordially invited to attend.
door or calling '2-4223. The pub-
lic is urged to attend as the pro-
coeds Will go toward a worthy
cause.
PLAN
TEA
The Pi neer Women Organiza-
tion of Greater Miami for Pales-
tine have completed plans
luncheon to be held May
Details will be announced in next
week's issue.
J. N. F. DINNER
TO BE HELD
The Council of Zionist Organi- man
s ; Great r Miami will .nesday.
.. .. : Jew ish National Fund
Di n the eai Ij I art of June.
:..-..- ed in next
- ssue.
Y. W. H. A.
ELECTS
Miss Irene Cohen was elected
president for the ensuing year of
the Young Women's Hebrew As-
sociation at the regular meeting
held Wednesday evening. Other
officers elected were Mrs. Ann
Lieberman. vice president; Mrs.
Blanche Strauss, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Mildred liuben-
stei*i. rerording secretary: and
Mrs. Elsie Schaffer. treasurer.
Board members elected were Miss
Sarah Shochet. Mesdames Mollia
Belov. Ethel Grossman. Jean Sett-
lin. Rose Ehrlich, Gussie Wilson.
Pearl Reisman, Jeanne Levenson,
Sadie Weinberg and Alice Waits-
for a
19th.
Kaplan Hall. Mr. B. W. Slote,
president, will preside. The pro-
gram will include extemporaneous .Thursday. Ma;
musical selections and
\Y. 21s*. Stn ".. I
in I
in the pr. scne of the
family and el <
BRIS TO
TAkF. I'l.U F
The bris n .... of the son of
Rev. and Mis Maurice Manuhes
0f Mil I' take place
> ... ning May 12th at 11
A. M. proi the i ew Syna-
At the next meet 114; Wed-
May 23rd- plans for the
installation of officers and future
activities will be discussed.
Levms,,,! attended the Ciri Beth Jacob Congre-
Ischoolsand was act re in the social 11 Was mgt n Ave. The
. ineu \\ illiam Zel-
CAMP WOHELO for GIRLS
BS miles from Washington. D. C. 60 miles
from Baltimore. Md; in the heart of the
Blue Ridge Mountains.
ELEVENTH SEASON
OPENS JULY 1st
circles there. Mr. Levinson at-
tended school in New > rk
lowing a hone; Mew
I York the c
I where Mr. L
lin business.
For it n helpful to
. your daughters,
write or phone
OWNER and DIRECTOR
BERTHA LEVY
^f 162.'. S. W. 15th Street
MIAMI. FLA.
Phone 2-5944
ten. Am ng the honored guests
at ng will be Rabbi Uri Fel-
: Sew York, Rabbi Moses
Mescheioff, Rabbi Abraham A.
Kellner, Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rab-
bi Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Colman
A, Zwitman, Dr. Elias 1
and Dr. Barney Weinkle. Rabbi
Jacob M Flavin, of Mobile. Ala-
bama, father of Mrs. Mamches. is
|here to attend the Bris. Rev.
Mamches is Cantor of the Beth
SURPRISE P BTY
GIVEN
Miss Ann Lehrman entertained
at her home, 876 S. W. 2nd St.,
Sunday evening, May ">th. at a '<
surprise party honoring Miss Eva
Wernicoff. Dancing was enj yed Jmcob Congregation,
and refreshments served.
[are cordiallv invited to attend.
DR.MILES EFFERVESCENT
nervine'' k
TABLETS
U[
NO ONE likes to lie awake; yet every night thousands
toss and tumble, count sheep, worry and fret, be-
cause they can't get to sleep. Next day many feel
dull, logy, headachey and irritable.
Has this ever happened to you? When it does, why
don't you do as many other people do when Nerves
threaten to spoil their rest, work, enjoyment, and good
temper try
Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets
Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets are a combina-
tion of mild sedatives proven useful for generations as an
aid in quieting jumpy, over-strained nerves.
Tour druggist will be glad to sell you Dr. Mil
Effervescent Nervine Tablets in convenient small or
economical large packages. Why not get a narksgw
and be prepared when over-taxed nerves threaten to
interfere with your wort: or spoil your pleasure.
Small radcageSS*
ENTERTAINS
AT LUNCHEON
Mrs. Isidor Cohen, outg
presidi elected honorary ,
president '. the '.' th I a> id Sis- ,
,1 teitained forty two .
rs of the Sisterhood at a
luncheon and ca I party at the]
Palatial '.. Wedl
a] for tV.<
^ her in making
the year 1! al and
'social success. F llowing thi
cheon w re
played,
VISIT
HERE
Rabbi L Zissman ( St A
tine. Fla., and Rabbi Morris Mar-
golis of Jacksonville are visiting
it-. Miami for several days
attending the Florida Stab
binical Conventi n in West Palm
Beach.
TO GIVE
t \RD PARTY
Mrs. Toby Resser will be host-
is at a Card Party for the bene-
fit of a needy family. Tuesday
afternoon, May nth at 2 o'clock I
THE UNVEILING
of a
TOMBSTONE
to the memorv of the late
JACOB
SAFANOWITZ
will take place
SUNDAY AFTERNOON
MAY 12 3 O'CLOCK
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MAY 10, 1940
THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAlf
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PACE THREE
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
154d S. W Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'b RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p.
m.
Friday evening services, 6:30 p
m.
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
LADIES AUXILIARY
At the last meeting of the
Ladies Auxiliary held Tuesday.
May 7th, the new officers were
elected to serve for the coming
. The following wore unani-
m >usly i.i' (i I to seive: Mrs,
George Chertkof, president; Mrs.
Victor Mell, first vice president;
Mrs. S. Silverman, second vice
president; Mrs. Louis I'allot, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs, A. Orlan-
sky, corresponding secretary; Mrs
II. Kagan, recording serrotaty;
and Mrs. S. Stone, treasurer.
Th sr elected to serve on the
board of directors are Mesdainos
L. Krick, L. Levitt, J. L. Shochet,
M. I'allot H. Shulman, G. Gins-
burg and I. Rosengarten. We be-
speak for these noble women of
Israel the Congregation's best
wishes and our sincere hopes that
they will serve in good health and
with great success.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The meeting of the board of di-
rectors of the Congregation will
be held in the Synagogue Tues-
day night. May 14th. Because of
the urgency of the building fund
campaign it is urged that the en-
tin' board membership be pres-
ent.
IN THE SYNAGOGUE
Rabbi Abraham Cluck is contin-
uing the class in Shulchan Aruch
daily between the Mincha and
Maariv services. He will also
preach tJ.e sermon during the
Sabbath service and conduct the
Friday evening service.
TALMUD CLASS
During the summer months
Rabbi Kellner will conduct a class
in Talmud which will meet daily
three quarters of an hour before
Mincha. The tractate Berochas
will be studied and the group
.meets under the ai spices of the
Chevrah Mishna Agnarah.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
Regular c'asscs in the Sunday
School will be held in the V. M.
H. A. club rooms and parents arc
urged to send their children for
review sessions in all classes will
be lu Id. Final examinations are
j scheduled for the 19th and im-
pressive closing ceremonies will
be held on the 2Gth.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of the tombstone
to the memory of the late Mr. Ja-
cob Safanowitz olov Hashol m
I will be held Sunday, May 12th at
2 P. M. in the Woodlawn Ceme-
tery and we urge the members of
the congregation to be present.
RABBI KELLNER HONORED
At the recently conclu led I
ida Rabbinical conference R i
Abraham Kellner was signally
honored by being assigned the
task of publishing the learned pa-
pers read before the conference,
and was also designated to lea i
next year's conference with dis-
cussion on "Emerging America
Israel Through Traditional Juda-
ism." Rabbi Kellner also serve I
as chairman of the nominating
committee and served as chairman
of the committee on Public For-
ums and Lectures for the ensuing
year.
MIZRACHI MEETING
A very important meeting of the
Greater Miami Mizrachi District
will be held in our Synagogue on
Monday night. Matters of great
importance will be discussed and
we urge all our people to attend
this gathering that hereby dem-
onstrate their loyalty to the land
of Israel for the People of Israel
and according to the Torah of Is-
rael. Rabbi Kellner will preside
at this meeting and will also ap-
point a committee on nominations
to brig in a slate of officers tor
the comig year.
HABONOTH NOTES
The youngest group of our Ha-
bonoth Chanter, the Buds, BDOn-
sored by Mrs. George Chertkof,
are planning a Mother's and
Daughter tea for their final func-
tion this year. Details of the af-
fair will be found in the next
week's issue. The Buds com-
prise girls between the ages of !'
to 11' and meet every Tuesday af-
ternoon at 1 o'clock.
The intermediate group of the
Miami Chapter of Ilabonoth. the
girls of the Blue and White, spon-
sored by Mrs. Louis Katz. meet
every Monday afternoon at 4 p. m.
This group is composed of gitls
from the ages of 12 to 15 years
They are busy working for the
letters given for religious
achievement by the Women's
Branch of the Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Congregations under
whose aegis the Habonoth move-
ment is sponsored.
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NOTES
by Harold Turk
Regardless of race, creed, or
color, this coming Sunday, May
12th, will be celebrated as Moth-
er's Day and is recognized as such
throughout the United States.
How wonderful it is and how
fortunate we are in these dis-
tressing and turbulent times to
be in a position to ce'ebrate and
to pay our respects to Mother-
hood and what ii represents, I,
is our .Mothers who have had th"
courage and fortitude that I re
so necessary for existence .
courage and fortitude in tin con-
structive sense. It is they who
encourage and develop the higher
Stan lards and values in man. It
is ir Mothers who inculcated in
^ts^tho ideas of kindness, consid-
' i n for our neighboi s and
brotherhood, and certainly these
are the very ideas and ideals
that have prevented man from de-
stroying the Wo,-Id and himself.
It is only in those countries
|where the government no longer
respects Mothers and Motherhood
and what they stand for. that al.
standards of value, and of right
and wrong have disappeared and
with it destruction.
There is no question in my mind
jbut that if every country in the
world would observe Mother's
Day as we do. that it would bring
about a better understanding be-
tween nations and peoples, since
they would have in comm,>n. the
fact that they all respected the
same beautiful ideals. I believe
that celebrating Mother's Day
throughout the United States will
help to bring the people of our
Country even closer together ami
by applying that same principle
to our community, celebrating
Another's Day will undoubtedly
tend to make us more tolerant
and understanding of our neigh-
bors about us.
I For the first time in Miami
almost every Jewish organization
is cooperating and will celebrate,
as one group. Mother's Day, Sun-
day night at 8 o'clock at Temple
Nrael in Miami.
You are cordially invited to at-
tend our gathering and enjoy the
program that has been arranged.
which will include Brother Stan-
lex Myers as principal speaker.
I here will he entertainment and
refreshments will he served,
Arrangements have been com-
pleted by Abe Aronovitz, who is
chairman of the B'nai B'rith con-
vention which will take place in
Roanoke, Va., on Sunday and
Monday. May 19th and 20th, for
transportation. etc. The train
will leave the Seaboard Station
Friday morning. May 17th. arriv-
ing in Roanoke Saturday after-
noon There will be a through
coach. After the Convention we
will leave Roanoke Tuesday morn-
ing and arrive in Miami Wednes-
day afternoon. I believe there are
a few delegate positions open .
CHILD GUIDANCE
by Joseph A. Berman
if there are any members who de-
sire to go and have not as yi i
made their arrangements contact
Brother Aronovitz at once.
On to Roanoke and elect Broth-
el' Ike I.evine as our next Dis- 'The wri.er will be glad to answer
trict President. I understand that an>' problem of his readers. Wl te
his charming wife will go aior.-j to him in care of this paper)
with us to the convention as a TOUR CHILD NEEDS SUCCESS
>. s^ of ur Lodge the plea.-- Every individual strives for his
ure is all ours. place in the sun. The loud, -
o contained extrovert becomes a pol-
Our nexi regular meeting will itician. The quiet, sensitive per-
I"- held at the Miami Woman's sn becomes a writer. The house-
Club, Tuesday. May 14th at 8 P. wife keeps her home spotl<
M. Please come early and bung develops new ways of cooking to
those new members. please the family.
------------ ---- The need for BUCCeSS is just as
Y. M. II. A. BOWLERS and real in the child as in the adult.
DIAMONDBALL PLAYERS More so, in fact. The child loves
All members interested in play- to be praised, t.> bask in the
ing on thi Y, M II. A. diamondball warmth of adulation, II. v. i 1 go
tnd bowling team ai equ '"" "'' his way to
ed to come to the V. M. II. A. Tu< that w'" give him a si nse of im-
c'ay. May 11 at which time te ms portance. At bottom, this i
on 1 i aptaii will ;> <
SOCIETY
Old urge for power. Some
ren have it aim t knocked o
tin m by o Oth
ers an- so pampt red tl H
becomi brats
to get al ng with their | aj
mati i. "i he child who i lei ed
HAD VSSAIi
TO MEET
The Miami Chapter of Hadas- "' nome mav reacl '' '"
sab will hold their regular meet- a bul,v outside and ruling it .....i
ing Monday afternoon. May imrth<" Bma"er youngsters of t
at 2 P. M. at the A eazar Hotel. Neighborhood. As he ge.a older
The nominating committee will h*' "lil-v entcr a !ife f crime be-
present the following slate f r cause this *ives nim '"* chance
election: Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, to Batisfy the urge for power- a
president; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Perverted kind of success. Young
first vice president; Mrs. tame men "*' thirteen and fourteen who
Rosen, second vice president; Mrs. jare.brou*nt '" b>' tne Polit'e fr
Leonard Wien, third vice presi- |havin8 committed crimes often
lent; Mrs. Harry Platoff, finan- |*lorv in ''"' &Ct that 'heir names
cial secretary; Mrs Sidney Wien, are in th'' newspaper.
recording secretary; Mrs. Rudolph I The '"',''1 for su>>:* '"ay be
Rothschild, corresponding Becre- |utiIizeid l" make the child a truly
tary; Mrs. George Goldberg, treas- |fucce88ful individual. The secret
urer; and Mrs. Rose Raff, auditor.;!8 achievement. The child lives
The president will appoint trustees '" lhl' Present. He must accom-
for the coming year. The program |,llsh now' U is not enough for
will include a skit on the theme h"" to P^are for the future. In-
Child Welfare with children of tor08ta and talents must be cul-
members, Marian Bronston, Es- i,1V!ltl'd- lf Httta Mary has failed
ther Rezek. Joyce Simonhoff and ,n her arithmetic at school, the
Ruth Wolkowsky participat ig.
circumstance should not be util-
Mrs. Max Dublin wil pies, ... a 1/>'1 '" incul<*te a sense of fail-
sketch on the life ol Herzl. All Un'' P<-'lhal>s little Mary likes to
sew. Good.' Let her sew dresses
for her doll, for her friends' dolls.
So many stitches on the left
SISTERHOOD B0 many stitches on the right.
ELECTS OKI' ::s
members and frien ire cordially
invited to attend.
The Sisterl I of the Miami
Beach Jewish Centre was organ-
ized Tuesda May ~nd and elec-
tion of offi s took place. Mrs.
, You cut two inches herethree
inches there. Mary begins to
achieve. Her failure in arithmetic
has not squelched the growing
I personality. Moreover, Mary is
S. Rubin elected president; 'earning "arithmetic" by d
Mrs. Esther .1. Cohen, first vice fon>ething that gives her a feel-
preside,.:; Mrs. Anna Oolovine, l,n* f 8UCC0SS- Sh associates the
second Vice president; Mrs. Helen S'""'^ *',th the Pr0CeM "f ad"
Schonfield. third vice president; d,tT :""i 8ubtaction involved in
Mrs. Ray R. Radow, publicity aevnng' Soon' sh'' mav become
chair'auy; Mrs. D. Brown. lreas. | lurer; Mrs Evelyn Owens, finan- Tn'-' intelligent parent does rot
Cial secretary; and Miss Mae try to mo!,I his child. The chill
Sussman. corresponding and re- :'""'' c,ay. He tries to get the
cording secretary. At the last 'hild to bloom like a flower.
| meet ing held May 7th plans for Then are many kinds of flow-
a garden and theatre party were n and different treatment is re-
I discussed. All members and 'l""'ed to get the best results out
friends are cordially invited to ai- of eacn- Tne sa"H' 's true of a
tend. child.
LEAVES
FOR NORTH
Mrs. William Friedman left
Wednesday morning on the Silver
Meteor tor Columbia, S. C. where
she will visit with Mr. and Mrs.
G. Stern, parents of Miss Sylvia
Stern, fiance of her son Milton.
One of the largest gatherings in
the history of Greater Miami
vent was present and filled to
overflowing the club rooms and
grounds at the Young Men's He-
estimated at more than two thou
sand witnessed an awe inspiring
occasion at the dedication of the
mprovements in the Y's $5,00C
'"ommunity Center expansion pro-
gram. Pictured above is part of
Jewry ever to gather for a single brew Association when a crowd newly erected Athletic field and the crowd that attended the eve-
ning's festivities. A complete re-
port of Sunday's affair will be
found in the Y. M. H. A. notes.


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MAY 10. 1910
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VOLUME 13 No. 19
Even though the business meet-
lings of Miami Section have
for the year, the Study i.
will function throughout the sum-
mer. There is a place f local Jewish woman in those Stu-
dy Groups and there is no charge.
. Wo invite everyone to attend and
I learn what is going on in local
and federal legislation. An ef-
fort of what women shall do t">
organize for peace and a training
school in service to foreign bom
work and volunteer social service.
We list below the time and date
Study Groups will be held.
Every Tuesday at 10:30 A. M..
Council offices, service no foreign
born, institute and volunteer so-
cial service.
Tuesday morning. lll:llli o'clock,
time and place to lie announced.
peace study group. For further
details ph ne Mrs, Harry Barn-
hard, 5-3967.
Legislation study group evi
Wednesday morning at in o'clock
at the home of Mrs. C. H. Adler,
2050 N. Bay Road. Miami Beach.
In the study group on legisla-
tion, one hour is devoted to local
legislation and the other hour to
federal legislation. At the Wed-
nesday. May 15tli legislation meet-
ing, tiie following will be dis-
cussed: The Dempsey Alien Bill.
The Wagner Hiil (medical por-
l.ast week Rabbis of this area hesitated not to take a determined Won) and Latin American Rela-
stand publicly when an occasion arose that warranted immediate and tions- Also local transportation,
united action. Their effort unquestionably stopped the honor and dig- | "^'ls- Benjamin LeVine, president
nity of a title respected and revered by Jewry from being dragged wi" entrtain lhl' new b"ani "''
r...,L,. ,._ directors at luncheon on Tuesday.
further throuuh muck and mire. I,, ... ,
| May 21st. I here will be a board
Sunday the Rabbis of the State of Florida held their annual con- meetin>-' preceding the luncheon.
ference in West Palm Beach, re-elected their able leader and delved ,Furthl'r (k' ails '" next issue-
into plans whereby they may continue to progress for the benefit of City wlde New Citizens' "av
Jewry, and Ik- in a position to act when action is necessary. The V. M. "'" ,H'i ,. ... -* ning. May 11th at Bayfront Park
II. M. Ceremonies this past week saw some two thousand people join. at S P. M. This will be in honor
without regard to individual organizations or trend of thought, in of newly naturalize.] citizens and
dedicating another milestone on the path towards a Community Cen-j.vounS' America citizens who have
ter. This coming Sunday we find five organizations led by B'nai B'rith JUst ''''ached ,h(' '''"'' nf -' Miami
banded together in a Mother's Day program, all putting aside their |SC'l'ti0" '!, !*** Jn *
identities and working harmoniously that a successful affair may be "
held that will be a credit to the community.
Reports from all over the State show the same trend of harmon-
ious cooperation among Jewry and Jewish organizations.
We see upon the horizon by virtue of past accomplishments and
present progress unlimited potentialities, wherein Florida Jewry will
risv to great heights.
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PKINEA8 J HIRON)
NOTES ON NEWS
PROGRESS
It is gratifying to be able to have an optimistic outlook on the
, future of local Jewry by virtue of past events.
cation Department and invite the
entire City of Miami to he present
in Bayfront Park that evening.
Mr. Marshall Dimock, assistant
secretary of labor -will be the main
speaker of the evening. Come
and take part in the joy of being
American citizens.
We als^ remind everyone t" lie
present on Sunday evening, May
-"sh women always find hope i2th a- P M. a, the Mother's
Hadassah ','"' Da>' ero*rara TemP' '^'>
In Hadassah's program we will when all local Jewish organiza-
Note to Martin Dies: That tip-off you got about an uprising
brewing south of the Rio Grande la correct to a certain extent ....
Your informant, however, has misled you in one highly important par-
ticular It's not a Communist coup d'etat that's being prepared,
but a Nazi POtseh for whidh Hitlers minions have laid an unfortun-
ately quite solid groundwork .... And the tip-off to you is part of the
plot, to have you encourage the Mexican authorities to get after the
Communists in their corntry and leave the Nazi-minded strictly alone
The Nazis have been laving trouble buying radio time in some
of the Latin American countries-------Less than that has been known
to be the prelude to ablitzkreig .... Next in line for a Hitler in-
vasion, alter the Scandinavian Peninsula has had its quota, is Hun-
gary, we hear .... The Low Countries- turn is being postponed for a
while The New York waterfront sees an indication of Mussolini-
imminent entrj into the war in the fact that an officer of the Rex
kissed his sweetheart goodbye with an air of distinct finality when his
boa, |,,t these shores recent!) .... Leon Trotsky has entered the
lists of the war prognosticators by prophesying that America will
enter the war before winter, and will then become the economic ruler
l a world which by that time will have been pretty well ;jhot to pieces
II it's any consolation to you, it's costing the Nazis about Si:>.00il
day '" l,rl charges alone, exclusive of maintenance, for their ships
tied up in neutral ports because of the war------The Vatican has prac-
ticall) given up hope of pcr-uading the European belligerents to make
peace but Cleveland's Abe Pickus is more optimistic ... He's still
phoning heads of European governments and telling tjieir third under-
secretaries how to run their affairs .... And when we see what the
heads of European governments are doing we begin to think maybe
it would be a good idea for them to try one of Abe's plans for a change
.... On the whole, however, the entire PIclCUS business looks to us like
a publicity stunt for tile telephone company .... Everybody else has
the greatest difficulty in getting an overseas connection these da\s.
but Abe accomplishes it with a simple twist of the dial.
CRACKING WISE
Wise-crack "f the week and we hope it isn't just wishful think-
ing is the following, current on Broadway: "'( hurchill seems to
haw Hitler behind the eight-Balkans" .... To book publisher Bennrt
('erf is credited the gag about the Nazi lecturer who was telling a
German audience about the terrible privations the British are suffer-
ing during this war .... "Why." he said, "in England they are even
rationing coffee!" .... Whereupon a young member of the audience
raised his hand and asked: "Please, mister what's coffee?" ....
The difference between America and Naziland is summed up as fol-
lows by Winehell: When our President celebrated his birthday Ameri-
ca's gift to him was a collection "f money for paralysis victims .
On Hitler's birthday his country's |-' I was a collection of scrap iron
for making shells .... From Holland comes this gag. relayed by
Leonard Lyons, about a man who ret ched the Netherlands after a long
stay in Naziland .... He rushed into 4he first restaurant he saw. or-
dered a tremendous steak, and explained to the waiter: "I didn't mind
it when we had to eat eats and dogs .... I didn't even mind it when
we had to eat rats But when we had to eat ersatz rats that was
too much for me."
Junior
By Elsie Kronenfeld salute all these women. Mothers, by
-------------------...--..-----. ''"' Salute we give our own Moth-
, era. Each girl will present her
This coming Sunday is Mother's Mother with a Tree certificate, a
The day m which we all pay piece of paper that states that in
tribute to our Mothers. A day in the planned forest of our ancient
which we forget that we didn't get homeland, a tiee ha. oeen piantco
the dress or suit that we wanted in her name. A living monument of
and look at all the deeds and sacri- the daughters of Israel has been
fices that our respective Mothers started. These certificates will
have done for us. A day in which
girls and boys look into the fu-
ture and realizing that in time they
too will be Mothers and Fathers
and think of all the love it takes
to do the job.
This coming Monday night Jun-
ior Hadassah will pledge their de-
votion, admiration and respect to
their Mothers. They will show all
these Jewish women that they
know Motherhood is a task Israel
fully realizes. For Israel is a race
mean that another bit of land has
been redeemed and perhaps will be
the scene of another child's re-
demption because of its Mother's
self sacrifice. In the program too,
will be a play, entitled "Hadassah
Women on a Spill." The girls
taking part are Harriette Damen-
stein, Elsie Kronenfeld, Ruthie
Bernstein, Janie Gershon, Pauline
Querido, Jeannette Kronenfeld and
Marcie Adelman. Senior Hadas-
sah will extend their greetings
of Mothers. All through the re- and glad wishes and Young Ju-
cording pages of the Bible you find \dae& wi" give a Presentation. The
incidents of Mother Love. There lasseml>1y room of the Beth David
in the pages you find how well jTa,mud Torah will be appropri-
Hebrew Women have fulfilled their ately decrated. Everyone is in-
vited to attend and bring their
Mothers or someone else's Mother.
Two weeks from this coming
duty. Today in Palestine in the
children's village you find evidence
of Israel's Mother's love of today
In the ch.ldren separated from Monday evening election of offi-
their families, you can read of the cers will take place We'll tell
sacrifices of today's Mothers. There our members more about it in
may be no hope for themselves but forthcoming issues.
ti ins u ill participate in one gala
program toi .Mother'.- Day. Re-
freshments to hi' served by B'l
B'rith.
vABBI COLMAN A. ZWTTMAN
>f Temple Israel, will be tendered
a reception in honor of his birth-
day Friday evening following the
ervices.
THIS AND THAT
In these da\s when ( atholi s and Jews have a common cause
against intolerance there i- no excuse for tihe advertising. b> a Cath-
olic publishing firm, of a new book." "Jewish Panorama." as written
by David Goldstein, 1.1.. D.. "Convert from Marx to Christ" .... Such
an ad runs exactly counter to the ostensible objective of the book,
which is "to make present-day Jewry belter understood bv Christian-
am! orthodox ( hristianit) better understood bv Jews" A pal on
the Moulder for the Hein/ t ompany for it- Yiddish leaflet which li-ted
thOM of the :>7 Varieties that aren't kosher for Pesach .... So
"ccessful has the Viennese refuKee cafe. Wiener Fiaker. been in New
lor* that its owners are planning to open branches in a dozen other
cities, each to give employment to some dozens of refugees .... A
meat-packing industry trade paper recently carried on its front cover
a picture of Hitler, with an extraordinary note that the fact that Hit-
ler doesn t eat meat makes the best advertisement of all for that food.
STAGE AND SCREEN
At the New York opening of Eddie Cantor's "Forty Little Moth-
^ F,ih ^V L l Side mothers Prepared a big bouquet to present
wa to T ,uhrSelf 8 fmer East Si FM\X u Presentation pulled a boner, with the result that
new Mrs r m'Vt'r,Kot ,ht'r flowe" They had been handed to the
Stir" which R%SdL Molli Picon's Broadway vehicle. "Morning
th* 'the law- nU'nt'ons1.the T& Waist Company fire of 1911, recalls
was one Max D ?t handled lhe daS" -its of the victims' families
e^red Wm^lf wSih fUeP V-' NW that ^^ G Rob'"^ *>*
bX cTr n h A00' '-" S characterization of Dr. Paul Ehrlich he's
th?oude n? ,0,e f "ThJS Man R"ut"'-" the life of
Storm" "vo""'?6 ""? a*e"Cy Wh *ee "This Mortal
ateT everv detail ""* "V" ^ COn'ntrati" mP scenes are accur-
Rosson. is acting a,'.rhn^nie?ert "" the SUbJeCt' CBmera man Dkk
when the Nazi, J ^i. adv"r n thcse scenes *** ^ar
he spent^three weekTin m f photo*raPhi"K their military zones,
mree weens in a concentration camp.
ABOUT PEOPLE
He X stey'Ts taST-lS ^ P" ^^ M"y ,5th
dollar loan. necessary to put through that four mil-
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NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
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Irving Berlin, the famous song Mr. Leon Lieberman, Rev. Dick
writer, years ago wrote a lyric Evans, Leo Robinson, Isaac Levin,
entitled, "The Song is Ended But Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. Mr. Joseph
the Melody Lingers On." No more A. Berman, Dr. Bevkman, Ameri-
;n propriate phrase- can be applied can Legion Harvey VV. Seeds Posu
to OUT dedication day exercises Frieda Markowitz Post, Davis
that were held last Sunday, May Ice Co., Mr. Ellis Hollums. Mr.
Mh. Since Miami Jewry is in ex- Dan Mahoney, Mr. Eddie Cohen,
i-:. nee no affair was better re- The Miami Herald, The Miami
ce ed or better attended than Daily News, Mr. Moe Pallet. Mr.
the dedication ceremonies of the Louis Kraft, Hon. Irwin Stein-
V. M. H. A. gut, E. Albert Pallot, Bill Shayne.
In the afternoon .at 2:30 o'clock Herman VVaitsman. Henry Gabbe,
the festivities were opened on the George Wo'.pert, Hon. Alexander
field by Al I'allot, our president. On, Jr., Hon. .Linns A. Dunn.
participating in the pro-I Hon. Robert Taylor, Hon. Wayne
gram were: Girl Scout Troop No. I Allen, Mr. I. Benjamin (Tropical
rected by Miss Prances Gins- Home Builders). H. 11. Miller,
Bcout mistress; Drum and Jacob Sher (West Flagler Amuse-
i. ("urps of the American Leg- men! Co.), SamBlank, Dr. Barney
Lou Safan; Austin Yourets; Weinkle, Max Orovitz, Meyer
a Markowitz Post, J. W. V.; Schwaruz, .Miami Millwork and
Drum and Bugle (dips Lumber Co., Mrs, Tillie Ratner, I.
can Legion; Sub-Junior Di- L. Mintzer IFixit Plumbing Co.),
n in a Goal-Hi game; Junior Henry Hohauser, Phil Berkowitz,
D on and A. Z. A. in a volley A. & B. Pipe and Metal Co., Miami
ba I game; and the Boy Scout Awning Co.. Young Women's 11c-
i op No. fi directed by Herman brew Association, Jack Apte, Nat
\\':. tsman, Scoutmaster. Blumberg. Markowitz & Resnick,
At 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon Fred Shochet, Hairy Schwartz.
over Station WTOD, Maurice At this time we wish to thank
i nan, executive director, con- the officers, directors and mem-
ducted a program in which re- bers of the building committee
p : were given by various lead- and the dedication c inniittee of
ers of the respective divisions in the Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A.
the Y. The following participat- 'or the fine work that was done
ed Dr. Samuel Beckman. Her- by them in connection with our
n Waitsman, Bob Leer, Isaac building improvements and dedi-
Joseph A. Berman, Mrs. cation day. The officers of the Y.
Stepkin, j Walter Jacobs, M. II. A. arc: Al Pallot. president;
Shayne and E, Albert Dr. Samuel Beckman, vice presi-
Pa-'lot. dent; Lou Safan. secretary; Nat
highlight of the activities Blumberg, treasurer; Maurice
I ace in the evening when Grossman executive director. The
' I XI nises were held on directors are: Jack Apte. Matthew
the athletic field where over 2.000 ,S. Bandler, Al Berkowitz, Joseph
persons were seated under a beau- A. Berman, Harry Gordon, Adolph
tif.d sky. The ceremonies were Haimes, Irving Querido, David
i'pi ned by an invocation by Rabbi Lemelman, Dr. Harold Hand, Leo
Kellner. The following partici- Robinson. Fred Shochet. Hernian
pati i in the program Mrs. Millie Waitsman. Henry Gabbe, George
Rubensteln and the Y. W. II. A. Wolpert, Jules Wilson, and Harry
Glee Club: Henry Hohauser, Schwartz. Members of the dedi-
Hon. Alexander Orr, Jr., mayor of cation committee are: E, Albert
the City of Miami; William Pallot, chairman; Lou Safan. Har-
'. Leo \Robinson. Maui-ice ry Schwartz. Herman Wai small.
Grossman, Rev. Dick Evans, Hon. Fred Shochet, Leo Robinson.
Irwii Steingut and Al Pallot. Members of the building comm.it-
'- the conclusion of the cere- tee arc: George Wolpert, chair-
- a monster ball followed man; Henry Gabbe. Herman Waits-
by Al Friedman and man. Harry Schwartz, William
i hestra. Shayne, Henry Hohauser. Al Pal-
I eryone present was unani- lot, Mourice Grossman.
in praising the fine work Officers of the Y. W. H. A.
; lished by the Y. M. II. A.
''"''- and ghone calls are still
re< eived by the Y office and
arc: Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. presi-
dent; Mrs. Nat Blumberg, vice
president: Mrs. Albert G. ReiS-
officers commending them man. recording secretary; Miss
on the fine work that was done Gertrude Mandel. treasurer; Mrs.
If 1 had the gift of a Shakes- ('has. Strauss, corresponding sec-
I still could not describe retary. Their board consists of:
the enthusiasm that was carried
away by the crowd.
'wish Citizens of Miami If
Mrs. II. Mandell. Mrs. M. Sheiik-
man. Miss Irene Cohen. Mrs. Mau-
rice Grossman, Mrs. Ix'on Lieber-
you were impressed with our fes- man, Mrs. Albert Dub'er. Mrs. A.
tivitiea bast Sunday, if what we Berger, Mrs. J. Synian, Mrs. Ber-
are doing for the youth of Miami nard Simon,
means anything to you. make the
enthusiasm that you displayed
more practical and concrete by
joining the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A.
11 is only in this manner that we
Will be able to have a Community
Center Building large enough to
house all activities. Help us to
help you "and your children.
The Y. M. H. A. is indebted to
the following corporations and in-
dividuals for their services in
helping us with our building im-
provements and dedication day
program Dr. Schwartz, Austin
Vounts, Mickey Lubel, Victor Ger-
Y. W. H. A.
This division took a very active
part in our dedication day cere-
monies. In the afternoon Mrs. Bea
Stepkin gave a beautiful talk over
the air. The chairman of the ded-
ication committee was Miss Irene
Cohen who was very ably assisted
by Mrs. Mollie Belov, Mrs. Leon
Lieberman, Mrs. A. O. Reisman,
Mrs. Rose Erlich. Mrs. Esther
Shaffer and Mrs. Millie Rubcn-
stein did a wonderful job with
the Y. W. H. A. glee club. Mrs.
Ann Lieberman was busy for a
tel, Flexlume Daniel Neon. Inc.. week prior to the dedication as-
Riesner Neon and Sheet Metei 'sisting the committee in decorat-
Maurice Grossman, chairman of
membership committee received
many applications on that day.
Y. W. II. A. NEWS
On Sunday evening, May l'.lth. a
bingo party will be held at the Y
for the benefit Of the library, ac-
cording to Mrs. Molly Beli v, chair-
man of the library committee. Mrs.
Lieberman is chairman of the bingo
party and is busy selling tickets
which are only ten cents. Many
prizes wi 1 be given away.
In speaking of the library, we
are asking those of you who have
books to please submit a list of
them to the chairman of the library
committee, Mrs. Belov. Please do
not bring any books to the Y but
kindly mail in a list of same to the
chairman in order to avoid du-
plicates
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Y. M. II. ||. SENIOR DIVISION
Nomination of officers of the Y.
M. II. A. wi I take place Wednes-
day evening. May 15th. All mem-
bers are urged to be present and
participat. .
Presidents of three of the or-
ganizations who will participate
in the Mother's Day program Sun-
day evening at Temple Israel.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
187 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-77U
RABBI JAC08 H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
Indian Creek Drive(1264 ISO N. E. list St.I-I54I
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Klther or both or the Rabbis will be la tha Terapla avary meralnc.
You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jawls commu-
nity, or yaur pe:.onal problems. You will ba assured sympataetle
hearing- and advice, and. needless to aay. each matter will ba bald 1>
strict cenftaence.
MRS. BENJ. LF. VINE
Natl. Council of Jewish Women
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation." Hillel.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Friday evening. May III. at X:l".
p. m. the sermon, "One M re
Front," will be delivered by Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman. Services
conducted by Dr. Jacob 11. Kaplan.
BIRTHDAY RECCEPTION
A reception for members of the
Congregation and worshipers, in
honor of the birthday of Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman will follow
the services this Friday evening
under Temple Israel Sisterhood
auspices.
SABBATH MORNING SERVICES
Saturday morning. May 11th.
at 11:00 o'clock the interpretation
of weekly portion by Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan. Services conducted by
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman with
participation of the Confirmation
Class.
MEN'S CLUB
Wednesday evening. May 16th,
the Mens' Club meeting will be
held at 8:00 p. m. Card party
and refreshments. Members and
prospective members are cordial-
ly invited. Admission free.
SISTERHOOD OFFICERS
At the monthly meeting of the
Temple Sisterhood, held on Mon-
thly. May Cth, the following of-
ficers were elected for the ensu-
Mrs. Max Orovitz, first vice-pres-
ident; Mrs. H. I. Homa, second
vice-president; Mrs. Manuel Jos-
eloff. recording secretary; Mrs.
Benj. B. Bronston, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Jos. Weintraub,
assistant corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Sam Luby, financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Harry Rubin, treat
urer; Mrs. Morris Plant, auditor.
Board of directors: Mrs. J. A.
Richter, Mrs. A. Wertheimer, Mrs.
Julius Simpson, Mrs. Jack Bern-
stein, Mrs. B. \V. Slote. Mrs. Max-
well Hyman. Mrs. S. J. Basker,
Mrs. Frank Perlman. Mrs. J. G.
Lewis, and Mrs. Henry D. Wil-
liams.
Honorary members of Sister-
hood Board are Mrs. Jacob H.
Kaplan and Mrs. Colman A. Zwit-
man.
IN" MEMORIAM
May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn and com-
fort all the bereaved among us.
At the Friday evening services
of May 10th, the memories of the
following will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Harriet Mat-
thews, sister of Mrs. M. I Mar-
I US
Yahrzeits: iA-ah Arnold, moth-
er of Mr. J. Arnold; Lipman Si-
mon, brother of Mr. Harry V.
Simon; Lillian Rippa. wife of Mr.
M. M. Rippa; Moritz Meyer, hus-
band of Mrs. Emma Meyer and
father of Mr. Sidney Meyer. Han-
nah Coleman. mother of Mrs.
Harry Kaufman.
Co.. 7-Up Bottling Co.. East Coast
Radio Co., Mr. Dan Chappell,
ing the entire grounds and build-
ing. Mrs. Jean Seitlin decorated
Mrs. Blanche Strauss, Mrs. and the building with flowers Mrs.
J. ARON ABBOTT
B'nai B'rith
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MAY 10. i-iio %
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Wfishing-ton Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCMELOFF, Rsbbl
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J. rtaune i-llIS
MAURICE MAMCHES. 0ntr
Hi Euclid Avenua
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SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
Shachriss: Daily at 8:00 A. M.;
Saturday at 8:30 A. M.
Mincha: Daily from 6:45 P. M.;
Friday and Saturday at 6:30 P. M.
Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at
6:45 P. M. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on 'The Portion of the
Week."
Maariv: Daily at 7:15 P. M.;
Saturday at 7:25 P. M.
SISTERHOOD ELECTS
The following were elected as
Sisterhood officers for the new
year at a meeting held Monday
Bight: Mrs. B. H. London, pres-
ident; Mrs. M. Krieger, Mrs. A.
Bcrow and Mis. B. Bernknopf,
vice presidents; Mrs. M. Mamches,
secretary; Mrs. K. Kclcmer. cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. G.
Shapiro-) treasurer, and Mrs. J.
Wucher, financial secretary.
On the board of directors the
following were placed: Mrs. R.
Weiss, Mrs. J. Albert, Mrs. D.
Becker, Mrs. N. Slome, Mrs. S.
Feigenbaum, Mrs. J. I. Krieger.
Mrs. M. B. Frank, and Mrs.
Abrams.
As members of the board of
education of our religious school
Mrs. M. Krieger, Mrs. H. Weiss
and Mrs. A. Berow were appoint-
ed.
We wish all the officers success
in their work for the coming
year for the benefit of our syna-
gogue and religious school.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Final examinations in all
classes will be given a week from
Sunday. May 19th. Promotion ex-
ercises will be held Sunday morn-
ing, May 26th at 10 A. M. sharp,
and will last only one hour.
All children attending our daily
and Sunday sessions will be taken
for a Log B'Omer outing immedi-
ately after the close of the pro-
motion exercises. They will be
under the care of the Rabbi and
the complete faculty. The outing
will be held at Greynolds Park
and will be held together with
the picnic being conducted that
day by the Miami Beach Miz-
rachi.
Transportation is being ar-
ranged for all our school children,
and will be free. All other child-
ren will be obliged to pay a nom-
inal sum for transportation.
Lunch, sandwiches and refresh-
ments will be on sale through the
Mizrachi. Parents are urged to
come with their children.
BEACH MIZRACHI PICNIC
The men's and women's divis-
ions of the Miami Beach Mizrachi
will hold the first annual Log B'-
Omer outing of its kind in our
community, Sunday morning. May
26th. It will be held at Greyn-
olds Park from 10 A. M. to 7 P. M.
Tickets are already on sale and
entitles purchasers to free trans-
portation and food equivalent to
the full price of the ticket. Tickets
may be purchased at the syna-
gogue or from any of the men or
lady officers. The various Beach
organizations have been invited to
participate. Tickets may be pur-
chased through them. A rebate
will be given to each organization
on all its ticket sales.
Various contests for young and
old will be held on the picnic
grounds. Recognition to the va-
rious participating organizations
will be given.
On the committee are: Dr. B.
DeKoven, Mrs. A. Berow, Mr. I.
Miller. Mrs. F. Kalstein. Mr. M.
Feit. Mrs. S. Grundwerg, Mrs. B.
Kramer, and the Rabbi.
B'nai B'rith
Membership Drive
Gains Momentum
,OKN tOGU MOOVt
OlMC'OI
(Continued from Page 1)
guarantee the rights of individ-
ual citizens in a democrat y" and
underscores the fact that "boys
taught to hate lawlessness are
fighters in the ranks of democ-
racy, for in the agencies of law
enforcement are found the fort-
ress of the defense of our liber-
tics."
The reproduction herewith, from
J. Edgar Hoover, received by Mr.
Jesse Weiss, member of Sholcm
Lodge B'nai B'rith. indicates Mr.
Hoover's keen interest in B nai
B'rith and A. Z. A. work. Mr.
Hoover has long been interested
in the youth of our country and
iis experience of many years has
demonstrated t<> him the import-
ance of the proper training of the
present generation, realizing that
upon their training of today de-
pends their USefuless and h ncsty
tomorrow.
*Dfrl Burriu of JirarrtlaaJton
Sitltri) Watte Bftiartiitrnl of Iutlr
aaiungtun. B. 1.
March 26, 1940
llr. Jesse Weiss
Post Office Box 53'
Miami Beach, Florida
Dear Jesse:-
I thought you might be -interested
jr. the enclosed copy of th* April, 1940, issue
of the A.Z.A. Monthly Program entitled "Youth
and Lew Enforcement," published by the Supreme
Advisory Council, Aleph Zadik Aleph of B'nai
B 'r:;'..
With kind personal regards.
Sincerely,
1. 1^
SEABOARD RAILWAY CONTRIBUTORS TO
ANNOUNCES SCHEDULE CRIPPLED CHILDREN'S
_______ HOSPITAL FUND
The Seaboard Airline Railway (Continued from Page l>
has announced their
ART STUDENTS
CENTEP. ORGANIZED
summer I la' Id Buns .....
schedule effective April 28th, as Bo'liby'liasa .!.'!!
follows- Susan Hum .....
roiiows. Henrj u,
Southern States Special will he \', ^ ..^.',.,',""'"" "
changed to leave Miami 10:30 A. Jakob Parka* ...
., ... ... ., ,. Harold Um.m.M .
M-, leave Jacksonville i:40 r. M.. [ean i^niirieid
...
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arriving Washington 11 :48 A. M
and New York 4:16 P. M. This
train will be changed to leave
New York 11:30 A. M.,
|,ii. Landfleld .
JetT) l.itoIfleM
IVallei i" Km n. i
Doria B, Kovner
J. Ai -ii Abbott .
leave l'lias Abbott .
BBVe Ida Abbott
SOCIETY
UNVEILING
TO BE HELD
The unveiling of a tombstone
to the memory of the late Jacob
Safanowitz will take place Sunday
afternoon, May 12th at 3 P. M.
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will
officiate. All friends are invited
to be present.
MAY DAY
CELEBRATION HELD
Washington 4:00 P. M.. arriving Fred Shochet ............... I.J
Jacksonville 8:10 A. M. and Miami sophm Bronston
5.00 P. M. The Southern States ^.^Bron^n^. i..........
Special will carry through draw- Ben Brnnaton, Jr. ........-. .
. rhiliii Cnteman.............
ing room, bed room, section sleep- XMII., Catsman
ing cars, lounge car. de luxe re- g$ ,^aM ;;;;;;;;;; ;
dining seat coaches and dining Sam Kimonhoff .............
, ... ... Ulllmi C. Klmonhott ......... too Rea.,h
car, powered with Diesel-electric Joy Simonhoff I.00
locomotives, affording one night Ktae^fffiESfflff' \ \'. V. \'. W ]
out service between Miami and Victor Leylne..............
., ,, ... Rnaalyn n. I.evlne ..........
New York in each direction. Adolph Daum ..............
. .... ,, Fannie lMinn ..........
I he Silver Meteor, de luxe Mrs. Newton Levinaon .
In conjun rtion with
.mazing growth art enthu
will be given an opportunity t
oy the same art privileges
hose given in any large n
K>litan city. The formation of
\rt Students Center In th
essional building has been at
icunced by a group of lea i
riiami artists.
The art group is set up in
ntirely different branches
vith a competent director ir.
i.no branch. I I mi
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bered for his background work
he Miami-made ''Gulliver's
Is." and excellent paintings
tently exhibited at the M l
Art Center, will be
i '" charge of the Department of I i
100 I A I J.I. I
i,"i.Arts. In the more com::
j 2S fields of art, Robert Epstem. well
I oo known Miami newspaper can >oi
1 mi
streamlined al
eel the activities of the .
Illl ... I'll'"II ....... 1."" I .
Newton Levinaon ... 1.00 wi and commercial artis'.
coacn train, pow- h.viru. Hlractl .....
ered with Diesel-elec i ic loenmo- -Mrs. living Hlrach .
I,. ,, iiiiw.ii i Levlnson
tives. effective April 28th. will be \; x. I'hae. Werblow
The Workmen's Circle Branch changed to leave Miami 10:00 A. ft*,,1 "w"rbiow''"l'1""'
No. 6!2 of Miami held their May -M., arriving Jacksonville 4:40 P. Margaret Newman".'.'..
Day celebration Sunday evening Im.. arriving Washington 6:40 A. H
too branches including cartoot
0 vertising. theatrical poster, el
TO BE
SOLOIST
Leonard Rose, formerly of Mi-
ami, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Rose of Miami, will be one of the
soloists in The Cleveland Orches- I
tra which will open its twenty- SPONSOR
third season October 10. 1940, in tea
Cleveland Mr. Rose is a well
known and talented cellist and a
graduate of the Curtis Institute of
Music. Among the soloists will
be Jascha Heifetz, famous violin-
ist.
g Washingt
featuring Irving Leibson and Fei- JM. and New York 10:56 A. M. :V,-S vr's'"!:',,,,!
gele Perlstein. Mr. Laibson, an j The Silver Meteor will be changed flnia r5a*Y}'er ,-
nist, played sev- to leave New York 2:30 P. M.. Herbert Burns .'
eral selections, and Miss Faigele leave Washington 6:60 P. M.. ar- Martha My*
Perlstein, who has played in vari- riving Jacksonville 8:46 A. M. and ;----------------------
mis Jewish theatres and radio. Miami 3:150 P M.
gave several comedy and dramatic I Thre wj|| be nQ cha ,
readings. ...
rr, ,, .... .. departure time and arrival time
Tuesday, May 14th the Branch f M, ... v_i. r-! i i
, ,, ,of the New > ork-r loridn Limited,
Entirely new in the State
-*."1 Florida is a complete ami con
i.....Architectural forum. David
Kills. Miami registered a: :
' "" will diu'ct this division. A
1 'if ^
; I. plete gallery of student work
original paintings of outstandi g
artists will always be
ti n.
will hold an important meeting to
elect the committee for the
Southeastern Conference which
will be held in Miami Beach on
Labor Day.
Koolmotor
GASOLENE
and OILS
Acme Tires
Cities Service Products
ORANGE STATE
OIL CO.
as it will continue to leave Miami
9:00 P. M. and arrive Miami 7:80
A. M.
The Tallahassee Flyer, effect-
ve April 28th. will be changed 11
eave Jacksonville 8:56 A. M., ar-
riving Tallahassee 12:20 noon.
BOY SCOUTS PREPARE
AGAIN8T AIR RAIDS
New York (WNS) Prepared-
Markowitz Post will entertain at !ness against air raids and p lison
Mother's Day tea Sundav afternoon !&as attacks by foreign powers is
Celebrating their first anniver-
sary the Daughter's Chapter of
the Jewish War Veterans Freda
May 12th at 2:30 o'clock at the
home of Miss Shirley Rothschild.
1030 S. W. 9th St. Guests of hon-
or will include mothers of mem-
bers, Mrs. Beatrice Wigdor, pres-
ident of the Ladies Auxiliary
Freda Markowitz and Miss Ann
Goldstaub. past national president
of the Ladies Auxiliary of the J.
W. V. of U. S. An interesting
program will be presented.
l iw being practiced by youg Pal-
stinian boys and girls who are i
nembers of the Jewish Scout As-
ociation in Palestine.
The Scout leaders were invited
>y the British government, it was
earned, to attend courses in anti-
lir raid precautions. The Scouts
lave been cooperating willingly,
TO TAMPA,
ST. PETERSBURG
AND FLORIDA
WEST COAST
Two Trains Daily
Morning train leaves Miami at
10:30 A.M. for West Lake Wales
ii .i i. ,i- ... important office.
Parlor bus from West Lake Wales
to Tampa and St. Petersburg.
COOl AIR-CONDITIONED
Evening train i-leeping car9
coarhrs-leave* Miami 9:00 P.M.
for Tampa, St. IVtrnJiurg and
Florida Watt Coast points, via
Central Florida.
on ex '
Consult T. W. Lurkcti. A.G.P.A.,
173 East Flugler Street, Miami
Telephone 2-3125 or 2-6101
GO MODERN!
GO SEABOARD!
Francis Whltehair wish i
thank his many thousands '
friends for their support in the
Gubernatorial primary and
for their continued and activ
port in the second primary.
Announcing the Opening of Two Slimmer Camps by
Rabbi S. Wrubel, Directorfor 1940 Season
Camp Dell wood Camp French Broad
for Jewish Girls for Jewish Boys
Waynesville, N. C. Brevard, N. C.
FROM JUNE 23 TO AUGUST 25
For Descriptive Booklet and Further Information, Write
RABBI S. WRUBEL
BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA
LETTER
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POLITICAL BRIEFS
I. Tom Watson wishes t i
his many thousands of friends
supported him in the first |
mary. He said, "I intend to '
an intensive campaign to tell '
I voters of qualifications for
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AY 10, 1940
THE JEWISH FLOREDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
OTHER'S DAY GREETINGS
FLORIDA
ROOFING
COMPANY
PO0FING ENGINEERS AND
K CONTRACTORS
SANCHEZSpecialist in Tap-
ped Tiles and Distinctive
Colors
PHONE 4-5911
2720 S. W. 28th Lane
si :'
TRIBUTE TO ALL MOTHERS
SHAN
The Radio Man
SHAN DES JARDINES, Inc.
RADIO SALES and SERVICE
SOUND SYSTEMS
Phone 2-1219
1328 West Flagler Street
Dolly Dimple
DELICATESSEN
and BARBECUE
OUR NEW LOCATION
503 N. W. 7th AVENUE
Formerly Pig and Whittle
.OTHER'S DAY GREETINGS
EIGHTH STREET GARAGE
24 N. E. 8th Street
OTHERS DAY GREETINGS
PIZZA
ITALIAN DINNERS
Speriali*ma a la Carte
PICCIOLO
,34 tc 38 Collin. Ave., Miami Beach
Opt" ,,M year round Phone 5WJ1
For the Finest in
STRICTLY KOSHER
Meats & Poultry
PHONE 2-4994
MALEK'S
1832 S. W. Eighth St.
OTHERS DAY GREETINGS
Stylecraft Bag Co.
46 N W. 6th St. Phone 2-6961
OTHER'S DAY GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrs.
M. L. Brooks
U6 S. W. 33rd Avenue
.OTHERS DAY GREETINGS
Miami Health Clinic
47 N. W. 32nd Avenue
PHONE 4-6952
GREETINGS TO ALL MOTHERS
Osceola Market
2293 S. W. 17th Ave. Phone 4.1727
Mother's Day
"TIRED FINGERS"
Tired fingers so worn, so white,
Sewing and mending from morn 'til night.
Tired hands and eyes that blink,
Drooping head too tired to think.
Tired arms that once had pressed
A curly head to a mother's breast.
Tired voice so soft, so dear
Saying "Sleep well, darling, mother's near."
Tired fingers so worn, so true,
Sewing and mending the whole day through,
From break of'dawn 'til setting sun,
A Mother's Work Is Never Done.
MOTHERS DAY GREETINGS
TALK OF THE TOWN
RESTAURANT AND GRILLE
,85c Planked Steak-Includes French
Fried Onions. Shoe Strifg P**0*8'
Hot Home-Made Rolls, and Chefs
Special Salad in a Wooden Bond
1352-4-6 N. E. 2nd Avenue
WE ARE THE TALK OF THE TOWN" Phone. 3-6792-2-9967
UIK OF THE TOWN
GR
712
EETINGS TO ALL MOTHERS
Modern Cleaners
N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 25483
FOR FLOWERS ON MOTHER'S DAY
call
McAllister, Florist
629 S. W. 1st St.
Phone 2-3773
LET US BUILD YOU A HOME
ON MIAMI BEACH
7 Homes Under Construction
There Must Be a Reason
Specializing in Water
Front Property
W. F. SNYDER
Contractor
463 41st St. Phone 5-1616
MOTHERS DAY GREETINGS
Washington Drug Co.
(Automobile Tag Agency)
244 6th Street Phone 5-1064
MIAMI BEACH
MOTHERS DAY GREETINGS
SARLI
308 East Flagler Street
Dutch's Garage and Service Station
Ha. All the Tool., Equipment and Experience to Make
EXPERT REPAiRS ON ALL MAKES OF CARS
LLOYD (Dutch) SCHIFFERT, Proprietor ^ ^
1400 N. W. 62nd Street. Miami. Florid.___________^________________
MAKE EVERY DAY A MOTHER'S DAY
EXCELLENT FOOD MODERATE PRICES
HOLLEMAN'S
The Podd The Service The Price Incomparable
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DDXNER
14th Street at Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
MOTHERS DAY GREETINGS
WALTERSON'S
BODY WORKS
1135 N Miami Ave.
Phone 2-8816
GREETINGS ON MOTHER'S DAY
MIAMI
Wrecking Company
132 N. W. 20th St. Phone 3-6971
GREETINGS ON MOTHER'S DAY
Pierre A. Vacca
1140 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3812
MIAMI BEACH
MOTHER'S DAY GREETINGS
RUBIN'S BODY &
FENDER WORKS
1306 N. E. BAYSHORE COURT
PHONE 2-6611
MOTHER'S DAY GREETINGS
BAER'S MARKET
517 Washngton Avenue
PHONE 5-3661
WE JOIN IN PAYING HOMAGE
TO MOTHERS
BRYANT'S
Corner Garage
J. M. BRYANT
New Owner
103 FEDERAL HIGHWAY
PHONE 4-9316
MOTHER'S DAY GREETINGS
Eldredge Sewing
Machine Shop
35 N. E. 1st STREET
A TRIBUTE TO ALL MOTHERS
Earle S. Roberts
Distributor
EDUCATOR QUALITY BISCUITS
3. O. Box No. 1774. Riverside Station
MIAMI. FLORIDA
MOTHER'S DAY GREETINGS
Walsh Hotel Supply
Company
324 WEST FLAGLER STREET
PHONE 2-7130
GREETINGS ON MOTHER'S DAY
Jimmy Bates'
Service Station
1201 S. W. 8th St.. Phone 2-9794
Atla. Tire, and Batteries Radios
Acce.orie. Road Servic*
GREETINGS ON MOTHER'S DAY
WHITEY'S
Service Station
GAS OIL LUBRICATION
EXPERT MECHANICAL SERVICE
FOR ANY CAR
24 Hour Wrecker Service
DAY PHONE 4-9218
NITE PHONE 4-7757
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
MAY 10. lino
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO. Rbbi198 Southwest 18th
Office Phone 2-1473
Road
Home Phone 2-2174
PhiPip Koerner, father of I. Aronovitz.
Koerncr, May is-.h. Saturday. June 8th, Arthur Co-
Ezekiel Rosengarten. father of hen.
I. Rosengart.n. May l'.'th. First day of Shecuos, June 12th,
Bettie Cease, mother of toador Albert Eskanazi.
Brown. May 22nd. Second day of Shecuos, June 13,
Isaac Uebovitz, father of Phil- David Jacobs,
lip Segall. May 23rd. | Saturday, June 15, Arthur Aug-
Clara Grieff. May 23rd*. ust.
Solomon Moscowitz. father of We take occasi n to extend con-
S. J. Pallot. May 20th. gratulations to the respective par-
Tzviah Roth, mother of Nat t Ms. an.l may they reap gnat
Nachos" from their sons.
Roth, May 26th.
Jonas Berhmann, husband
Mrs. J. Behrmann, May 26th.
of
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument in
PERMANENT CALENDAR
Daily services at 7 a. m. and
Friday evening, 5:30 o'clock.
Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30
a. m.
Late Friday evening services.
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior service*. Saturday 10:30
a. m.
Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 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.
REGULAR SERVICES
Daily services are held at the
Beth David Synagogue every
morning at 7:30 and every eve-
ning at 6:30. In addition the Sat-
urday services are held every Sat
urday morning at 8:30. Due to
the request of many children and
adults to continue the Junior ser-
vices until Shevuos which takes
place Saturday morning at 10:30
we are happy to announce that
these services will be prolonged
until that time.
RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL
INSTITUTION
Talmud Torah: The summer se-
mester of the Beth David Talmud
Torah will begin the first week in
June. We therefore urge par-
ents to bring their children the
remaining weeks of May in order
to become acquainted with the
work for the summer months.
Bar Mitzvah: The "Bar Mitz-
vah" group meets every Sunday
morning from 9 to 10 under the
direction of Mr. Louis Gad-.n.
Boys of 12 and over are eligible
to attend. The boys are taught :>iax Shapiro. May 31st.
David Sydney Levine. son of S. tne memory of the late Michael
N. Levine. May 28th. Kovensky will take place Sunday
Lillian G. Rippa. wife of Moe morning. May 12th, at 8 oclock.
Rippa, May 28th. I 'May her a ul repose in peace."
William Rubin, father of Her- | SIM KKHOOIl INSTALLATION
man Rubin. May 31st. Th(, inBtaltat!on of offjcer, ....
Morris Beck, father of Mrs. th(, B(>[h I|avji| Sisterhood win
the melodies for the different
Portions of Law."
Sunday School: Final Examina-
tions of all classes of the Beth assembly
David Sunday School will take morning
MOTHER'S DAY PROGRAM
A unique Mother's Day pro-
gram will be presented during the
this coming Sunday
at 11:15. Miss Adele
place Sunday morning. May l'.'th. Segal who has coached the buys
The annual picnic for the regu- 'and girls, will be in charge of the
lar students only will be held Sun- program. A play entitled "Moth-
day. May _';. Closing exercises ers They Forgot" will b.' enacted
and prize awards wiir take place by the following: Sunshine Fag-
Sunday morning. June 2nd with an, Gloria Snmet, Zelda Syman,
Confirmation exercises that eve- Ix>rraine Greenwald. Doris Miller,
ling at 8:15. | Shirley Mandell and Sylvia Sha-
piro. A trio consisting of Her-
bert Fischer; Gloria Sameth and
Shirley Ross will give several se-
lections. Sadie and Rosalie Boro-
choff will be heard in an BCCOr-
dian recital.
The members of the Kindergar-
take place this Wednesday after-
noon, at the Beth David audi-
torium at 12:30. We ask the many
members and friends to make
their reservations immediately ai
seventy-live 175) cents per plate.
An interesting program has bei a
arranged, und the foil >wi; -
ers will be installed:
President. Mrs. Irvin L. Si
| first vice-president, Mrs. foad r
Wine; second vice-president. ;.; .
Harry Markowitz; third
'president, Mrs. Hyman So;,,;
treasurer, Mrs. Sol Weinkle;
cording secretary. Mrs. Wi.liani
Friedman; corresponding bo
tary, Mrs. Sum Ehrlich; finan a!
secretary, Mis. M. J. Kopelowitz;
sergi .mt-at-arnis. Mrs. Ben Kan-
del; auditor. Mrs. Saul Grief;
year trustees, Mrs. Chas. Pen*)
man. Mrs, Morris Badanes. Mrs.
Hyman Mack; two year trust ,.
Mrs. Julius Specior, Mrs. .1
Seitlin and Mrs. Edith Syma
three year trustees, Mrs. J.i k
Pallot. Mrs. Joseph Fine, M ,.
( harles Abbott; honorary pi ,..
dent. Mrs. Isador Cohen; chair-
man of arrangements for the .
sta.lation, Mrs. Michael Am ..;:
ins jailing officer, Mrs. L;>ui* I!
n i toa itmist.ess, Mi s.
Palmer.
r^GlJST BROS Rvpfl
^ '* *he BEST' _._#
AMERICANIZATION CLASSES
Throughout the entire season
Americanization classes are held
at the Beth David Talmud Torah.
Tuesday and Thursday evenings
from 7:30 to 9:30 under the cap-
able tutorship of Mrs. Maurice
Grossman. These classes are still
in session, and those who are in-
terested are to be present those
evenings. Beth David is happy
to cooperate with the B'nai B'rith
and the Council of Jewish Women
ten class under the direction of
Mrs. Louis Margulies will be pre-
sented during the prrgram.
BAR-MITZVAH CELEBRATIONS
The "Bar-Mitzvah' celebrations
that will take place at the Beth
for granting its facilities for such iDavid S>-"aS0f?ue durinK lh* "
few weeks are as follows:
splendid purposes.
The following "Yahrzeiten" will
be observed during this month of
'Tyar." The "Anniversary Can-
dle" is to be lit the evening before
the English date mentioned, and
the (Caddish begins that same eve-
ning until sunset of the day men-
tioned, m -_|
Zabel Kaler, father of Morris
Kaler, May 12th.
Katie Karnofsky, mother of
Samuel A. Karns. May Pith.
Bessie Tropp. mother of Ida
Jackson. May 13th.
Miriam Raeza. mother of Mrs.
U. Rayvis. May 13th.
Mindel Koerner. mother of I.
Koerner. May 14th.
Saturday. May 18th, Fred Berg-
man will be "Bar-Mitzvah."
Saturday. May 25th, Alfred
WOLPERT'
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J. M. LIPTON, President
You will count the advantages of electric
cookery every day in the yearbut most of all
you'll be glad you have it in the summer! It
actually keeps the kitchen a welcome 8 to 10
degrees coolerand you can open the win-
dows and let the breezes blow when you have
flamcless electric cookery.
With the children out of school and romping
in and out of the kitchen all day, you'll be
thankful for the safet) of electric service.
With so many places to go this summer, so
many things to do. you'll be delighted with
the simplicity and the automatic features of
electric cookery that give you more time, save
work and energy for summer fun.
s c E 'Ml E L E C T I I
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PA m. Fi 1 ovt eor fae spl of be ten livi I Toi 1110 en I rej (In aprSu A. foi Su in} to M. be ha Kr KO of th< Tu 2:1 au sla no PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN MAY 10. lyjo S-^wSSe' 5 3sS3*2E&£1 of Miss Marian be played -jJ^TS S Fine daughte r of Mr. and Mrs. b.[^J^S-S-tSi Samuel Fine of Cincinnati. Ohio. I u to Harold Levinson. son of Mr. and Mrs. I. uia Levinson of 1906 II served at 12:80. Mrs. Levy will leave for the north the latter part of this month and reservations for the 1940 season will close Jure 1. Y club rooms. 1567 TO CELEBRATE MOTHERS DAY Mrs. Sidney IWcintraub. president elect of the Dade County Federation of Women's Clubs, a native Floridian. will speak on "Pioneer Mothers" at the Mother's Day breakfast of the Miami Business and Professional Women's I Club. Sunday morning at 9 A. M. ,M. at the Pan American Airport Restaurant. An unusual program has been arranged by Dr. A. Hampton and Freda Greenfield. Reservations may be made with Dr. Hampton or Miss Minnie Morgan. CELEBRATE WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blau entertained at their home. 6T9 S. W. MEN'S CLUB SPONSOR 19th Ave.. Thursday evening. May SOCIAL MEETING 2nd in honor of their second wed\ The Men's Club of Temple 1siimg anniversary. Dancing was rael wi'l sponsor a card party and enjoyed and refreshments served, social meeting Wednesday eve• • ning. May 15th at 8:15 V. M. at CAMPERS TO HOLD REUNION Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, owner and director of Camp Wohelo for speakers. Girls, will have a reunion of her various card games will be playcampen, Saturday. May 11th at ed. All members and friends are Ruby Poo's, Luncheon will be cordially invited to attend. door or calling '2-4223. The public is urged to attend as the procoeds Will go toward a worthy cause. PLAN TEA The Pi neer Women Organization of Greater Miami for Palestine have completed plans luncheon to be held May Details will be announced in next week's issue. J. N. F. DINNER TO BE HELD The Council of Zionist Organiman s ; Great r Miami will .nesday. .. %  .. : Jew ish National Fund Di n the eai Ij I art of June. :..-.., ed in next ssue. Y. W. H. A. ELECTS Miss Irene Cohen was elected president for the ensuing year of the Young Women's Hebrew Association at the regular meeting held Wednesday evening. Other officers elected were Mrs. Ann Lieberman. vice president; Mrs. Blanche Strauss, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Mildred liubenstei*i. rerording secretary: and Mrs. Elsie Schaffer. treasurer. Board members elected were Miss Sarah Shochet. Mesdames Mollia Belov. Ethel Grossman. Jean Settlin. Rose Ehrlich, Gussie Wilson. Pearl Reisman, Jeanne Levenson, Sadie Weinberg and Alice Waitsfor a 19th. Kaplan Hall. Mr. B. W. Slote, president, will preside. The program will include extemporaneous .Thursday. Ma; musical selections and \Y. 21s*. Stn ".. I in I in the pr. scne of the family and el < BRIS TO TAkF. I'l.U F The bris n ....• of the son of Rev. and Mis Maurice Manuhes 0 f Mil I' take place > ... ning May 12th at 11 A. M. proi • the i ew SynaAt the next meet 114; WedMay 23rdplans for the installation of officers and future activities will be discussed. Levms,,,! attended the Ciri "• Beth Jacob CongreIschoolsand was act re in the social 11 Was mgt n Ave. The ineu \\ illiam ZelCAMP WOHELO for GIRLS BS miles from Washington. D. C. 60 miles from Baltimore. Md; in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. ELEVENTH SEASON OPENS JULY 1st circles there. Mr. Levinson attended school in New > rk lowing a hone; Mew I York the c I where Mr. L lin business. For it n helpful to your daughters, write or phone OWNER and DIRECTOR BERTHA LEVY ^f 162.'. S. W. 15th Street •MIAMI. FLA. Phone 2-5944 ten. Am ng the honored guests at ng will be Rabbi Uri Fel: Sew York, Rabbi Moses Mescheioff, Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner, Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Colman A, Zwitman, Dr. Elias 1 and Dr. Barney Weinkle. Rabbi Jacob M Flavin, of Mobile. Alabama, father of Mrs. Mamches. is |here to attend the Bris. Rev. Mamches is Cantor of the Beth SURPRISE P BTY GIVEN Miss Ann Lehrman entertained at her home, 876 S. W. 2nd St., Sunday evening, May ">th. at a '< surprise party honoring Miss Eva Wernicoff. Dancing was enj yed Jmcob Congregation, and refreshments served. [are cordiallv invited to attend. DR.MILES EFFERVESCENT NERVINE'' k TABLETS U[ N O ONE likes to lie awake; yet every night thousands toss and tumble, count sheep, worry and fret, because they can't get to sleep. Next day many feel dull, logy, headachey and irritable. Has this ever happened to you? When it does, why don't you do as many other people do when Nerves threaten to spoil their rest, work, enjoyment, and good temper — try Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets Dr. Miles Effervescent Nervine Tablets are a combination of mild sedatives proven useful for generations as an aid in quieting jumpy, over-strained nerves. Tour druggist will be glad to sell you Dr. Mil— Effervescent Nervine Tablets in convenient small or economical large packages. Why not get a n a rks g w and be prepared when over-taxed nerves threaten to interfere with your wort: or spoil your pleasure. Small radcageSS* ENTERTAINS AT LUNCHEON Mrs. Isidor Cohen, outg presidi elected honorary president %  '. the '.'• th I a> id Sis, ,1 teitained forty two rs of the Sisterhood at a luncheon and ca I party at the] Palatial '.. Wedl a] for tV.< ^ her in making the year 1! al and 'social success. F llowing thi cheon w re played, VISIT HERE Rabbi L Zissman ( St A tine. Fla., and Rabbi Morris Margolis of Jacksonville are visiting it-. Miami for several days attending the Florida Stab binical Conventi n in West Palm Beach. TO GIVE t \RD PARTY Mrs. Toby Resser will be hostis at a Card Party for the benefit of a needy family. Tuesday afternoon, May nth at 2 o'clock I THE UNVEILING of a TOMBSTONE to the memorv of the late JACOB SAFANOWITZ will take place SUNDAY AFTERNOON MAY 12 3 O'CLOCK Jewish Section. Woodiawn Park THE GATEWAY TO HEALTH JR. FREDERICK BUTLEB Dietetic Chemistry Nsti.ronsthir I'hvsician CHIROPRACTOR 4J lst St.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-7808 KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. ore. 37th 8V and Eormal Are. CHICAGO ILL. D listsOmmtt 9ml rUkW. C—kU ss4 Smtkm DEMAND IT fTtOM YOUR DBUCATBBSXlf BrerySLENDERIZE m ixNrr WAT MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE •r. a. t. Urfbst, %  stareaeMi MW-IMI Burdin&s SHARKSKIN Slacks 3.98 Short* 2.98 Slacks tailored as neatly M man's with stitched belt a smooth sipper closing Shorts in trim, pleaud stye that looks almost Bks • sk


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V AY 10, 1940 THE JEWISH FLOREDIAN PAGE SEVEN OTHER'S DAY GREETINGS FLORIDA ROOFING COMPANY PO0FING ENGINEERS AND K CONTRACTORS SANCHEZ—Specialist in Tapped Tiles and Distinctive Colors PHONE 4-5911 2720 S. W. 28th Lane si :' TRIBUTE TO ALL MOTHERS SHAN The Radio Man SHAN DES JARDINES, Inc. RADIO SALES and SERVICE SOUND SYSTEMS Phone 2-1219 1328 West Flagler Street Dolly Dimple DELICATESSEN and BARBECUE OUR NEW LOCATION 503 N. W. 7th AVENUE Formerly Pig and Whittle •.OTHER'S DAY GREETINGS EIGHTH STREET GARAGE 24 N. E. 8th Street •••OTHERS DAY GREETINGS PIZZA ITALIAN DINNERS Speriali*ma a la Carte PICCIOLO ,34 tc 38 Collin. Ave., Miami Beach Opt" ,,M year round Phone 5WJ1 For the Finest in STRICTLY KOSHER Meats & Poultry PHONE 2-4994 MALEK'S 1832 S. W. Eighth St. •• %  OTHERS DAY GREETINGS Stylecraft Bag Co. 46 N W. 6th St. Phone 2-6961 •OTHER'S DAY GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Brooks U6 S. W. 33rd Avenue •.OTHERS DAY GREETINGS Miami Health Clinic 47 N. W. 32nd Avenue PHONE 4-6952 GREETINGS TO ALL MOTHERS Osceola Market 2293 S. W. 17th Ave. Phone 4.1727 Mother's Day "TIRED FINGERS" Tired fingers so worn, so white, Sewing and mending from morn 'til night. Tired hands and eyes that blink, Drooping head too tired to think. Tired arms that once had pressed A curly head to a mother's breast. Tired voice so soft, so dear Saying "Sleep well, darling, mother's near." Tired fingers so worn, so true, Sewing and mending the whole day through, From break of'dawn 'til setting sun, A Mother's Work Is Never Done. MOTHERS DAY GREETINGS TALK OF THE TOWN RESTAURANT AND GRILLE ,85c Planked Steak-Includes French Fried Onions. Shoe Strifg P** 0 8 Hot Home-Made Rolls, and Chefs Special Salad in a Wooden Bond 1352-4-6 N. E. 2nd Avenue •WE ARE THE TALK OF THE TOWN" Phone. 3-6792-2-9967 UIK OF THE TOWN GR 712 EETINGS TO ALL MOTHERS Modern Cleaners N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 25483 FOR FLOWERS ON MOTHER'S DAY call McAllister, Florist 629 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3773 LET US BUILD YOU A HOME ON MIAMI BEACH 7 Homes Under Construction —There Must Be a Reason Specializing in Water Front Property W. F. SNYDER Contractor 463 41st St. Phone 5-1616 MOTHERS DAY GREETINGS Washington Drug Co. (Automobile Tag Agency) 244 6th Street Phone 5-1064 MIAMI BEACH MOTHERS DAY GREETINGS SARLI 308 East Flagler Street Dutch's Garage and Service Station Ha. All the Tool., Equipment and Experience to Make EXPERT REPAiRS ON ALL MAKES OF CARS LLOYD (Dutch) SCHIFFERT, Proprietor ^ ^ 1400 N. W. 62nd Street. Miami. Florid. ^_ MAKE EVERY DAY A MOTHER'S DAY EXCELLENT FOOD — MODERATE PRICES HOLLEMAN'S The Podd The Service The Price Inc ompar able BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DDXNER 14th Street at Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH MOTHERS DAY GREETINGS WALTERSON'S BODY WORKS 1135 N Miami Ave. Phone 2-8816 GREETINGS ON MOTHER'S DAY MIAMI Wrecking Company 132 N. W. 20th St. — Phone 3-6971 GREETINGS ON MOTHER'S DAY Pierre A. Vacca 1140 Lincoln Road Phone 5-3812 MIAMI BEACH MOTHER'S DAY GREETINGS RUBIN'S BODY & FENDER WORKS 1306 N. E. BAYSHORE COURT PHONE 2-6611 MOTHER'S DAY GREETINGS BAER'S MARKET 517 Washngton Avenue PHONE 5-3661 WE JOIN IN PAYING HOMAGE TO MOTHERS BRYANT'S Corner Garage J. M. BRYANT New Owner 103 FEDERAL HIGHWAY PHONE 4-9316 MOTHER'S DAY GREETINGS Eldredge Sewing Machine Shop 35 N. E. 1st STREET A TRIBUTE TO ALL MOTHERS Earle S. Roberts Distributor EDUCATOR QUALITY BISCUITS 3 O. Box No. 1774. Riverside Station MIAMI. FLORIDA MOTHER'S DAY GREETINGS Walsh Hotel Supply Company 324 WEST FLAGLER STREET PHONE 2-7130 GREETINGS ON MOTHER'S DAY Jimmy Bates' Service Station 1201 S. W. 8th St.. Phone 2-9794 Atla. Tire, and Batteries — Radios Acce.orie. — Road Servic* GREETINGS ON MOTHER'S DAY WHITEY'S Service Station GAS — OIL — LUBRICATION EXPERT MECHANICAL SERVICE FOR ANY CAR 24 Hour Wrecker Service DAY PHONE 4-9218 NITE PHONE 4-7757 THE TRAIL AT LUDLUM ROAO I



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— MAY 10, 1910 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE S3* / 1 t THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) llinillllllHIIIMIlHHumiHIIIIIItMtlllll Irving Berlin, the famous song Mr. Leon Lieberman, Rev. Dick writer, years ago wrote a lyric Evans, Leo Robinson, Isaac Levin, entitled, "The Song is Ended But Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. Mr. Joseph the Melody Lingers On." No more A. Berman, Dr. Bevkman, Ameri;n propriate phrasecan be applied can Legion Harvey VV. Seeds Posu to OUT dedication day exercises Frieda Markowitz Post, Davis that were held last Sunday, May Ice Co., Mr. Ellis Hollums. Mr. Mh. Since Miami Jewry is in exDan Mahoney, Mr. Eddie Cohen, i-:. nee no affair was better reThe Miami Herald, The Miami ce ed or better attended than Daily News, Mr. Moe Pallet. Mr. the dedication ceremonies of the Louis Kraft, Hon. Irwin SteinV. M. H. A. gut, E. Albert Pallot, Bill Shayne. In the afternoon .at 2:30 o'clock Herman VVaitsman. Henry Gabbe, the festivities were opened on the George Wo'.pert, Hon. Alexander field by Al I'allot, our president. On, Jr., Hon. .Linns A. Dunn. participating in the pro-I Hon. Robert Taylor, Hon. Wayne gram were: Girl Scout Troop No. I Allen, Mr. I. Benjamin (Tropical rected by Miss Prances GinsHome Builders). H. 11. Miller, Bcout mistress; Drum and Jacob Sher (West Flagler Amusei. ("urps of the American Legmen! Co.), SamBlank, Dr. Barney Lou Safan; Austin Yourets; Weinkle, Max Orovitz, Meyer a Markowitz Post, J. W. V.; Schwaruz, .Miami Millwork and Drum and Bugle (dips Lumber Co., Mrs, Tillie Ratner, I. can Legion; Sub-Junior DiL. Mintzer IFixit Plumbing Co.), n in a Goal-Hi game; Junior Henry Hohauser, Phil Berkowitz, D on and A. Z. A. in a volley A. & B. Pipe and Metal Co., Miami ba I game; and the Boy Scout Awning Co.. Young Women's 11ci op No. fi directed by Herman brew Association, Jack Apte, Nat \\':. tsman, Scoutmaster. Blumberg. Markowitz & Resnick, At 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon Fred Shochet, Hairy Schwartz. over Station WTOD, Maurice At this time we wish to thank i nan, executive director, conthe officers, directors and memducted a program in which rebers of the building committee p : were given by various leadand the dedication c inniittee of ers of the respective divisions in the Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A. the Y. The following participat'or the fine work that was done ed Dr. Samuel Beckman. Herby them in connection with our n Waitsman, Bob Leer, Isaac building improvements and dediJoseph A. Berman, Mrs. cation day. The officers of the Y. Stepkin, j Walter Jacobs, M. II. A. arc: Al Pallot. president; Shayne and E, Albert Dr. Samuel Beckman, vice presiPa-'lot. dent; Lou Safan. secretary; Nat highlight of the activities Blumberg, treasurer; Maurice I ace in the evening when Grossman executive director. The I XI nises were held on directors are: Jack Apte. Matthew the athletic field where over 2.000 ,S. Bandler, Al Berkowitz, Joseph persons were seated under a beauA. Berman, Harry Gordon, Adolph tif.d sky. The ceremonies were Haimes, Irving Querido, David i'pi ned by an invocation by Rabbi Lemelman, Dr. Harold Hand, Leo Kellner. The following particiRobinson. Fred Shochet. Hernian pati i in the program Mrs. Millie Waitsman. Henry Gabbe, George Rubensteln and the Y. W. II. A. Wolpert, Jules Wilson, and Harry Glee Club: Henry Hohauser, Schwartz. Members of the dediHon. Alexander Orr, Jr., mayor of cation committee are: E, Albert the City of Miami; William Pallot, chairman; Lou Safan. Har'. Leo \Robinson. Maui-ice ry Schwartz. Herman Wai small. Grossman, Rev. Dick Evans, Hon. Fred Shochet, Leo Robinson. Irwii Steingut and Al Pallot. Members of the building comm.it'the conclusion of the ceretee arc: George Wolpert, chaira monster ball followed man; Henry Gabbe. Herman Waitsby Al Friedman and man. Harry Schwartz, William i hestra. Shayne, Henry Hohauser. Al PalI eryone present was unanilot, Mourice Grossman. in praising the fine work Officers of the Y. W. H. A. ; lished by the Y. M. II. A. ''"''and ghone calls are still re< eived by the Y office and arc: Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. president; Mrs. Nat Blumberg, vice president: Mrs. Albert G. ReiS• officers commending them man. recording secretary; Miss on the fine work that was done Gertrude Mandel. treasurer; Mrs. If 1 had the gift of a Shakes('has. Strauss, corresponding secI still could not describe retary. Their board consists of: the enthusiasm that was carried away by the crowd. •'•wish Citizens of Miami If Mrs. II. Mandell. Mrs. M. Sheiikman. Miss Irene Cohen. Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Mrs. Ix'on Lieberyou were impressed with our fesman, Mrs. Albert Dub'er. Mrs. A. tivitiea bast Sunday, if what we Berger, Mrs. J. Synian, Mrs. Berare doing for the youth of Miami nard Simon, means anything to you. make the enthusiasm that you displayed more practical and concrete by joining the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. 11 is only in this manner that we Will be able to have a Community Center Building large enough to house all activities. Help us to help you "and your children. The Y. M. H. A. is indebted to the following corporations and individuals for their services in helping us with our building improvements and dedication day program Dr. Schwartz, Austin Vounts, Mickey Lubel, Victor GerY. W. H. A. This division took a very active part in our dedication day ceremonies. In the afternoon Mrs. Bea Stepkin gave a beautiful talk over the air. The chairman of the dedication committee was Miss Irene Cohen who was very ably assisted by Mrs. Mollie Belov, Mrs. Leon Lieberman, Mrs. A. O. Reisman, Mrs. Rose Erlich. Mrs. Esther Shaffer and Mrs. Millie Rubcnstein did a wonderful job with the Y. W. H. A. glee club. Mrs. Ann Lieberman was busy for a %  tel, Flexlume Daniel Neon. Inc.. week prior to the dedication asRiesner Neon and Sheet Metei 'sisting the committee in decoratMaurice Grossman, chairman of membership committee received many applications on that day. Y. W. II. A. NEWS On Sunday evening, May l'.lth. a bingo party will be held at the Y for the benefit Of the library, according to Mrs. Molly Beli v, chairman of the library committee. Mrs. Lieberman is chairman of the bingo party and is busy selling tickets which are only ten cents. Many prizes wi 1 be given away. In speaking of the library, we are asking those of you who have books to please submit a list of them to the chairman of the library committee, Mrs. Belov. Please do not bring any books to the Y but kindly mail in a list of same to the chairman in order to avoid duplicates —o— Y. M. II. ||. SENIOR DIVISION Nomination of officers of the Y. M. II. A. wi I take place Wednesday evening. May 15th. All members are urged to be present and participat. Presidents of three of the organizations who will participate in the Mother's Day program Sunday evening at Temple Israel. TEMPLE ISRAEL 187 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-77U RABBI JAC08 H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN Indian Creek Drive—(1264 ISO N. E. list St.— I-I54I MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Klther or both or the Rabbis will be la tha Terapla avary meralnc. You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jawls community, or yaur pe:.onal problems. You will ba assured sympataetle hearingand advice, and. needless to aay. each matter will ba bald 1> strict cenftaence. MRS. BENJ. LF. VINE Natl. Council of Jewish Women CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."— Hillel. SABBATH EVE SERVICES Friday evening. May III. at X:l". p. m. the sermon, "One M re Front," will be delivered by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Services conducted by Dr. Jacob 11. Kaplan. BIRTHDAY RECCEPTION A reception for members of the Congregation and worshipers, in honor of the birthday of Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will follow the services this Friday evening under Temple Israel Sisterhood auspices. SABBATH MORNING SERVICES Saturday morning. May 11th. at 11:00 o'clock the interpretation of weekly portion by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Services conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman with participation of the Confirmation Class. MEN'S CLUB Wednesday evening. May 16th, the Mens' Club meeting will be held at 8:00 p. m. Card party and refreshments. Members and prospective members are cordially invited. Admission free. SISTERHOOD OFFICERS At the monthly meeting of the Temple Sisterhood, held on Monthly. May Cth, the following officers were elected for the ensuMrs. Max Orovitz, first vice-president; Mrs. H. I. Homa, second vice-president; Mrs. Manuel Joseloff. recording secretary; Mrs. Benj. B. Bronston, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Jos. Weintraub, assistant corresponding secretary; Mrs. Sam Luby, financial secretary; Mrs. Harry Rubin, treat urer; Mrs. Morris Plant, auditor. Board of directors: Mrs. J. A. Richter, Mrs. A. Wertheimer, Mrs. Julius Simpson, Mrs. Jack Bernstein, Mrs. B. \V. Slote. Mrs. Maxwell Hyman. Mrs. S. J. Basker, Mrs. Frank Perlman. Mrs. J. G. Lewis, and Mrs. Henry D. Williams. Honorary members of Sisterhood Board are Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman. IN" MEMORIAM May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn and comfort all the bereaved among us. At the Friday evening services of May 10th, the memories of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Harriet Matthews, sister of Mrs. M. I„ MarI US Yahrzeits: iA-ah Arnold, mother of Mr. J. Arnold; Lipman Simon, brother of Mr. Harry V. Simon; Lillian Rippa. wife of Mr. M. M. Rippa; Moritz Meyer, husband of Mrs. Emma Meyer and father of Mr. Sidney Meyer. Hannah Coleman. mother of Mrs. Harry Kaufman. Co.. 7-Up Bottling Co.. East Coast Radio Co., Mr. Dan Chappell, ing the entire grounds and building. Mrs. Jean Seitlin decorated Mrs. Blanche Strauss, Mrs. and the building with flowers Mrs. J. ARON ABBOTT B'nai B'rith n-man nr PHLE5TIHE FLOUER DRY HA Y IB I9I9MD tiiruiin: III riFTH HVEHUE HEU YDHH EITY L


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na PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN MAY 10. lino CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO. Rbbi—198 Southwest 18th Office Phone 2-1473 Road Home Phone 2-2174 PhiPip Koerner, father of I. Aronovitz. Koerncr, May is-.h. Saturday. June 8th, Arthur CoEzekiel Rosengarten. father of hen. I. Rosengart.n. May l'.'th. First day of Shecuos, June 12th, Bettie Cease, mother of toador Albert Eskanazi. Brown. May 22nd. Second day of Shecuos, June 13, Isaac Uebovitz, father of PhilDavid Jacobs, lip Segall. May 23rd. | Saturday, June 15, Arthur AugClara Grieff. May 23rd*. ust. Solomon Moscowitz. father of We take occasi n to extend conS. J. Pallot. May 20th. gratulations to the respective parTzviah Roth, mother of Nat t Ms. an.l may they reap gnat Nachos" from their sons. Roth, May 26th. Jonas Berhmann, husband Mrs. J. Behrmann, May 26th. of UNVEILING The unveiling of a monument in •PERMANENT CALENDAR Daily services at 7 a. m. and Friday evening, 5:30 o'clock. Sabbath services, Saturday 8:30 a. m. Late Friday evening services. Friday evening 8:15. Junior service*. Saturday 10:30 a. m. Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 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. REGULAR SERVICES Daily services are held at the Beth David Synagogue every morning at 7:30 and every evening at 6:30. In addition the Saturday services are held every Sat urday morning at 8:30. Due to the request of many children and adults to continue the Junior services until Shevuos which takes place Saturday morning at 10:30 we are happy to announce that these services will be prolonged until that time. RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTION Talmud Torah: The summer semester of the Beth David Talmud Torah will begin the first week in June. We therefore urge parents to bring their children the remaining weeks of May in order to become acquainted with the work for the summer months. Bar Mitzvah: The "Bar Mitzvah" group meets every Sunday morning from 9 to 10 under the direction of Mr. Louis Gad-.n. Boys of 12 and over are eligible to attend. The boys are taught : >iax Shapiro. May 31st. David Sydney Levine. son of S. tne memory of the late Michael N. Levine. May 28th. Kovensky will take place Sunday Lillian G. Rippa. wife of Moe morning. May 12th, at 8 oclock. Rippa, May 28th. I 'May her a ul repose in peace." William Rubin, father of Her| S IM KKHOOIl INSTALLATION man Rubin. May 31st. Th( inBtaltat!on of of fj ce r, .... Morris Beck, father of Mrs. th( B(>[h I|avji| Sisterhood wi n the melodies for the different Portions of Law." Sunday School: Final Examinations of all classes of the Beth assembly David Sunday School will take morning MOTHER'S DAY PROGRAM A unique Mother's Day program will be presented during the this coming Sunday at 11:15. Miss Adele place Sunday morning. May l'.'th. Segal who has coached the buys The annual picnic for the regu'and girls, will be in charge of the lar students only will be held Sunprogram. A play entitled "Mothday. May •_' %  ;. Closing exercises ers They Forgot" will b.' enacted and prize awards wiir take place by the following: Sunshine FagSunday morning. June 2nd with an, Gloria Snmet, Zelda Syman, Confirmation exercises that eveIx>rraine Greenwald. Doris Miller, ling at 8:15. | Shirley Mandell and Sylvia Shapiro. A trio consisting of Herbert Fischer; Gloria Sameth and Shirley Ross will give several selections. Sadie and Rosalie Borochoff will be heard in an BCCOrdian recital. The members of the Kindergartake place this Wednesday afternoon, at the Beth David auditorium at 12:30. We ask the many members and friends to make their reservations immediately ai seventy-live 175 ) cents per plate. An interesting program has bei a arranged, und the foil >wi; ers will be installed: President. Mrs. Irvin L. Si | first vice-president, Mrs. foad r Wine; second vice-president. ;.; Harry Markowitz; third 'president, Mrs. Hyman So;,,; treasurer, Mrs. Sol Weinkle; cording secretary. Mrs. Wi.liani Friedman; corresponding BO tary, Mrs. Sum Ehrlich; finan a! secretary, Mis. M. J. Kopelowitz; sergi %  .mt-at-arnis. Mrs. Ben Kandel; auditor. Mrs. Saul Grief; year trustees, Mrs. Chas. Pen*) man. Mrs, Morris Badanes. Mrs. Hyman Mack; two year trust ,. Mrs. Julius Specior, Mrs. .1 Seitlin and Mrs. Edith Syma %  three year trustees, Mrs. J.i k Pallot. Mrs. Joseph Fine, M ,. ( harles Abbott; honorary pi ,.. dent. Mrs. Isador Cohen; chairman of arrangements for the sta.lation, Mrs. Michael Am ..;: ins jailing officer, Mrs. L;>ui* I! n i toa itmist.ess, Mi s. Palmer. r^GlJST BROS Rvpfl ^ '* he BEST' _._# AMERICANIZATION CLASSES Throughout the entire season Americanization classes are held at the Beth David Talmud Torah. Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7:30 to 9:30 under the capable tutorship of Mrs. Maurice Grossman. These classes are still in session, and those who are interested are to be present those evenings. Beth David is happy to cooperate with the B'nai B'rith and the Council of Jewish Women ten class under the direction of Mrs. Louis Margulies will be presented during the prrgram. BAR-MITZVAH CELEBRATIONS The "Bar-Mitzvah' celebrations that will take place at the Beth for granting its facilities for such i D avid S >-" a S 0 f? ue durin K lh few weeks are as follows: splendid purposes. The following "Yahrzeiten" will be observed during this month of 'Tyar." The "Anniversary Candle" is to be lit the evening before the English date mentioned, and the (Caddish begins that same evening until sunset of the day mentioned, m -_| Zabel Kaler, father of Morris Kaler, May 12th. Katie Karnofsky, mother of Samuel A. Karns. May Pith. Bessie Tropp. mother of Ida Jackson. May 13th. Miriam Raeza. mother of Mrs. U. Rayvis. May 13th. Mindel Koerner. mother of I. Koerner. May 14th. Saturday. May 18th, Fred Bergman will be "Bar-Mitzvah." Saturday. May 25th, Alfred WOLPERT' FURNITURE/ BARGAINS! We Refuse To Be Undersold!, 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS mm* SAVTHCS K*HA LOAIS DRDE FEDERRL SRVincs PHD Loan nssocmnon OF mmmi 45 N. £. First avenue at the corner of Tint street LOW C 0 I T LONG TERMS Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. LIPTON, President You will count the advantages of electric cookery every day in the year—but most of all you'll be glad you have it in the summer! It actually keeps the kitchen a welcome 8 to 10 degrees cooler—and you can open the windows and let the breezes blow when you have flamcless electric cookery. With the children out of school and romping in and out of the kitchen all day, you'll be thankful for the safet) of electric service. With so many places to go this summer, so many things to do. you'll be delighted with the simplicity and the automatic features of electric cookery that give you more time, save work and energy for summer fun. s c E 'Ml E L E C T I I DEALER -.



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/ 0 c f B c b li 1 t 1 l R o PAGE SIX JlfHI IXOMBUJI MAY 10. I-IIO % BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Wfishing-ton Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCMELOFF, Rsbbl (2i Michigan ATOTU J. rtaune i-llIS MAURICE MAMCHES. 0ntr Hi Euclid Avenua I'h.KI. b-JOll &f SYNAGOGUE SERVICES Shachriss: Daily at 8:00 A. M.; Saturday at 8:30 A. M. Mincha: Daily from 6:45 P. M.; Friday and Saturday at 6:30 P. M. Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at 6:45 P. M. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on 'The Portion of the Week." Maariv: Daily at 7:15 P. M.; Saturday at 7:25 P. M. SISTERHOOD ELECTS The following were elected as Sisterhood officers for the new year at a meeting held Monday Bight: Mrs. B. H. London, president; Mrs. M. Krieger, Mrs. A. Bcrow and Mis. B. Bernknopf, vice presidents; Mrs. M. Mamches, secretary; Mrs. K. Kclcmer. corresponding secretary; Mrs. G. Shapiro-) treasurer, and Mrs. J. Wucher, financial secretary. On the board of directors the following were placed: Mrs. R. Weiss, Mrs. J. Albert, Mrs. D. Becker, Mrs. N. Slome, Mrs. S. Feigenbaum, Mrs. J. I. Krieger. Mrs. M. B. Frank, and Mrs. Abrams. As members of the board of education of our religious school Mrs. M. Krieger, Mrs. H. Weiss and Mrs. A. Berow were appointed. We wish all the officers success in their work for the coming year for the benefit of our synagogue and religious school. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Final examinations in all classes will be given a week from Sunday. May 19th. Promotion exercises will be held Sunday morning, May 26th at 10 A. M. sharp, and will last only one hour. All children attending our daily and Sunday sessions will be taken for a Log B'Omer outing immediately after the close of the promotion exercises. They will be under the care of the Rabbi and the complete faculty. The outing will be held at Greynolds Park and will be held together with the picnic being conducted that day by the Miami Beach Mizrachi. Transportation is being arranged for all our school children, and will be free. All other children will be obliged to pay a nominal sum for transportation. Lunch, sandwiches and refreshments will be on sale through the Mizrachi. Parents are urged to come with their children. BEACH MIZRACHI PICNIC The men's and women's divisions of the Miami Beach Mizrachi will hold the first annual Log B'Omer outing of its kind in our community, Sunday morning. May 26th. It will be held at Greynolds Park from 10 A. M. to 7 P. M. Tickets are already on sale and entitles purchasers to free transportation and food equivalent to the full price of the ticket. Tickets may be purchased at the synagogue or from any of the men or lady officers. The various Beach organizations have been invited to •participate. Tickets may be purchased through them. A rebate will be given to each organization on all its ticket sales. Various contests for young and old will be held on the picnic grounds. Recognition to the various participating organizations will be given. On the committee are: Dr. B. DeKoven, Mrs. A. Berow, Mr. I. Miller. Mrs. F. Kalstein. Mr. M. Feit. Mrs. S. Grundwerg, Mrs. B. Kramer, and the Rabbi. B'nai B'rith Membership Drive Gains Momentum ,OKN tOGU MOOVt OlMC'OI (Continued from Page 1) guarantee the rights of individual citizens in a democrat y" and underscores the fact that "boys taught to hate lawlessness are fighters in the ranks of democracy, for in the agencies of law enforcement are found the fortress of the defense of our libertics." The reproduction herewith, from J. Edgar Hoover, received by Mr. Jesse Weiss, member of Sholcm Lodge B'nai B'rith. indicates Mr. Hoover's keen interest in B nai B'rith and A. Z. A. work. Mr. Hoover has long been interested in the youth of our country and iis experience of many years has demonstrated t<> him the importance of the proper training of the present generation, realizing that upon their training of today depends their USefuless and h ncsty tomorrow. *Dfrl Burriu of JirarrtlaaJton Sitltri) Watte Bftiartiitrnl of Iutlr %  aaiungtun. B. 1. March 26, 1940 llr. Jesse Weiss Post Office Box 53' Miami Beach, Florida Dear Jesse :I thought you might be -interested jr. the enclosed copy of th* April, 1940, issue of the A.Z.A. Monthly Program entitled "Youth and Lew Enforcement," published by the Supreme Advisory Council, Aleph Zadik Aleph of B'nai B 'r:;'.. With kind personal regards. Sincerely, 1. 1^ SEABOARD RAILWAY CONTRIBUTORS TO ANNOUNCES SCHEDULE CRIPPLED CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL FUND The Seaboard Airline Railway (Continued from Page l> has announced their ART STUDENTS CENTEP. ORGANIZED summer I la' Id Buns schedule effective April 28th, as Bo'liby'liasa .!.'!! followsSusan HUM roiiows. Henrj u Southern States Special will he \', ^ ..^.',.,',""'"" changed to leave Miami 10:30 A. Jakob Parka* ... ., ... ... ., ,. Harold Um.m.M M-, leave Jacksonville i:40 r. M.. [ ean i^niirieid ... i.'in Mil .' ., Illl arriving Washington 11 :48 A. M and New York 4:16 P. M. This train will be changed to leave New York 11:30 A. M., |,ii„. Landfleld JetT) l.itoIfleM IVallei i" Km n. i Doria B, Kovner J. Ai %  -ii Abbott leave l 'lias Abbott BBVe Ida Abbott SOCIETY UNVEILING TO BE HELD The unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of the late Jacob Safanowitz will take place Sunday afternoon, May 12th at 3 P. M. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will officiate. All friends are invited to be present. MAY DAY CELEBRATION HELD Washington 4:00 P. M.. arriving Fred Shochet I.J Jacksonville 8:10 A. M. and Miami sophm Bronston 5.00 P. M. The Southern States ^.^Bron^n^. i.......... Special will carry through drawBen Brnnaton, Jr. -. rhiliii Cnteman ing room, bed room, section sleepXMII ., Catsman ing cars, lounge car. de luxe reg$ ,^ !" aM ;;;;;;;;;; ; dining seat coaches and dining Sam Kimonhoff ... ... Ulllmi C. Klmonhott too R ea .,h car, powered with Diesel-electric Joy Simonhoff I.00 locomotives, affording one night Ktae^fffiESfflff' \ \'. V. \'. W ] out service between Miami and Victor Leylne ., ,, ... Rnaalyn n. I.evlne New York in each direction. Adolph Daum —. .... ,, Fannie lMinn I he Silver Meteor, de luxe Mrs. Newton Levinaon In conjun rtion with .mazing growth art enthu will be given an opportunity t % %  oy the same art privileges hose given in any large n K>litan city. The formation of •\rt Students Center In th essional building has been at icunced by a group of lea i %  riiami artists. The art group is set up in ntirely different branches vith a competent director ir. i.no branch. Ioi 1 mi • streamlined al eel the activities of the Illl ... • I'll'"II ....... 1."" I Newton Levinaon ... 1.00 wi and commercial artis'. coacn train, powh viru Hlractl ered with Diesel-elec i ic loenmo-Mrs. living Hlrach I,. „„ ,, iiiiw.ii i Levlnson tives. effective April 28th. will be \; x. I'hae. Werblow The Workmen's Circle Branch changed to leave Miami 10:00 A. ft*,, 1 "w"rbiow ''" l 1 ""' No. 6!2 of Miami held their May -M., arriving Jacksonville 4:40 P. Margaret Newman .'.'.. Day celebration Sunday evening IM.. arriving Washington 6:40 A. H too branches including cartoot 0 vertising. theatrical poster, el TO BE SOLOIST Leonard Rose, formerly of Miami, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose of Miami, will be one of the soloists in The Cleveland OrchesI tra which will open its twentySPONSOR third season October 10. 1940, in TEA Cleveland Mr. Rose is a well known and talented cellist and a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music. Among the soloists will be Jascha Heifetz, famous violinist. g Washingt featuring Irving Leibson and FeiJM. and New York 10:56 A. M. : V ,S vr's'"!:',,,,! gele Perlstein. Mr. Laibson, an j The Silver Meteor will be changed §f ln i a r 5 a *Y}' er ,-• • nist, played sevto leave New York 2:30 P. M.. Herbert Burns .' eral selections, and Miss Faigele leave Washington 6:60 P. M.. arMartha My* Perlstein, who has played in variriving Jacksonville 8:46 A. M. and ; — — MIS Jewish theatres and radio. Miami 3:150 P M. gave several comedy and dramatic I Th „ re wj|| be nQ cha readings. .• ... rr, ,, .... .. departure time and arrival time Tuesday, May 14th the Branch f M ,„ •... v„_i. r-!„ • i i • %  ,„ ,, ,of the New > ork-r loridn Limited, Entirely new in the State -*." 1 Florida is a complete ami con i Architectural forum. David Kills. Miami registered a: : "" will diu'ct this division. A 1 'if ^ ; I. plete gallery of student work original paintings of outstandi g artists will always be ti n. will hold an important meeting to elect the committee for the Southeastern Conference which will be held in Miami Beach on Labor Day. Koolmotor GASOLENE and OILS Acme Tires Cities Service Products ORANGE STATE OIL CO. as it will continue to leave Miami 9:00 P. M. and arrive Miami 7:80 A. M. The Tallahassee Flyer, effectve April 28th. will be changed 11 eave Jacksonville 8:56 A. M., arriving Tallahassee 12:20 noon. BOY SCOUTS PREPARE AGAIN8T AIR RAIDS New York (WNS) — PreparedMarkowitz Post will entertain at ness against air raids and p lison Mother's Day tea Sundav afternoon !& as attacks by foreign powers is Celebrating their first anniversary the Daughter's Chapter of the Jewish War Veterans Freda May 12th at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Miss Shirley Rothschild. 1030 S. W. 9th St. Guests of honor will include mothers of members, Mrs. Beatrice Wigdor, president of the Ladies Auxiliary Freda Markowitz and Miss Ann Goldstaub. past national president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the J. W. V. of U. S. An interesting program will be presented. l iw being practiced by youg Palstinian boys and girls who are i nembers of the Jewish Scout Asociation in Palestine. The Scout leaders were invited >y the British government, it was earned, to attend courses in antilir raid precautions. The Scouts lave been cooperating willingly, TO TAMPA, ST. PETERSBURG AND FLORIDA WEST COAST Two Trains Daily Morning train leaves Miami at 10:30 A.M. for West Lake Wales— • ii .i i. ,i... important office. Parlor bus from West Lake Wales to Tampa and St. Petersburg. COOl — AIR-CONDITIONED Evening train — i-leeping car9 — coarhrs-leave* Miami 9:00 P.M. for Tampa, St. IVtrnJiurg and Florida Watt Coast points, via Central Florida. on ex Consult T. W. Lurkcti. A.G.P.A., 173 East Flugler Street, Miami Telephone 2-3125 or 2-6101 GO MODERN! GO SEABOARD! Francis Whltehair wish i thank his many thousands friends for their support in the Gubernatorial primary and for their continued and activ port in the second primary. Announcing the Opening of Two Slimmer Camps by Rabbi S. Wrubel, Director—for 1940 Season Camp Dell wood Camp French Broad for Jewish Girls for Jewish Boys Waynesville, N. C. Brevard, N. C. FROM JUNE 23 TO AUGUST 25 For Descriptive Booklet and Further Information, Write RABBI S. WRUBEL BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA LETTER SERVICE X Id' .illl I • %  Ml. •I Hf*fc 3 X.*. POLITICAL BRIEFS •I. Tom Watson wishes t i his many thousands of friends • supported him in the first | mary. He said, "I intend to %  an intensive campaign to tell I voters of qualifications for V)



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wJewiisti Florid fan i% VOLUME 13—No. 19 C OMB.^C rihe Jhewiislh Unity H pa B'nai B'rith Membership Drive Gains Momentum MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAYJoTliicl The regular meeting of .Sholem l-odge B'nai B'rith will bo hoi.I Tuesday evening, May J4th at 8:30 o'clock at thir Miami Women's Club, 1737 N. Bayahore Drive. Zl£ U^Z f P Refu ..,., ., ... -'' %  Mothers in Palestine will be N. F. T. S. Sponsors Silver Offering RE-ELECT Annual Mother's Day Program Sunday ^: K' Miami, with the Ladies Auxiliary meeting at the same place in adjoining rooms. Ai this meeting name.of more than 800 prospective members of ter Miami will be distributed and those called on are asked t., |l> use treat B'nai B'rith membership solicitors courteously and cooperate by joining this worthwhile and necessary organization. Plans for the Fifth District Annual Convention to be held at Roanoke May 2oth will also be discussed. Proudly pointing to the A, '/.. A. which was the recipient last week of nation-wide acclaim as only one of the many and varied B'nai B'rith beneficial activities, i • Sholem Ixidge of Greater Miis pushing with concerted efforts its membership drive now nearing the 1000 mark. A very optimistic outlo k on the successful con%  ision of their 1940 goal of 1500 by the end of the year is held by Leo EiseiisU-in, chairman of the membership committee, together with the other members, Messrs. Leo Ackerman. R. R. Adler, Jack August. Dr. Al Augustine. Matth( w S. Handler. Herman Barnett, S:t 1 Frankel, Dr. Ellas Freidus, • s I Goldstrom, Harry Koretsky, Isaac Levin, Ben, J. Le Vine, Jo"'• Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi of Temple Israel Congregation, was re-elected president of the Florida Rabbinical Association in West l'a!m Beach at a three day conthe special Maytime contribution %  •l' 55,000 members of the National Federation of TempU Sisterhood largest Jewish women's VCnt,on beginning Sunday. Other B'nai B'rith campaign Crippled Children's Hospital Receives I.. F stering a spirit of organizational cooperation Sholem Lodge B nai B'rith is sponsoring an i lab"' l '~ i "" s rganization, to the reoffic ers elected at the annual, h issued the following i building ,>i uprooted Liberal Jewoonven '" include Rabbi Morris contributions received in the fi BI Margolis, Jacksonville, and Rabbi 'week of the drive, and although Peiser Jacobs, St. Petersburg, vice tne Passover Festival came before presidents; and Rabbi Morris A. t,H B '' B'rith drivefor memSkop, Orlando, secretary-treasurbership in the Sjuth Florda ''' %  |Crippled Children's Hospital Campaign really was started, the committee received (267.50 from 119 Lodge Cooperation | orate Mother's Day program joint[y with the Women's Auxiliary of M. .1. Kopelowitz, chairman of i tee, ish rei:gi,,us communities through ishmi nt in Palestine of congregational religious schools, after school clubs and leisure time activities for children, Miami Sisterhood is a Member <>f the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods Mrs. Watters. president, explained that che silver offering of nickels, dimes or quarters which will be given at the Mav meeting of each local Sisterhood Rabbis attending were Dr. Carl X. Herman and Rabbi Manuel Greenstein of West Pa'm Beach; Rabbi Peiser Jacobs and Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld, St. Petersburg; Rabbi Adolph Burger, Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Orlando; Rabbi David A. contributors. Top honors went t Isidor Goldstein, who started off the drive wth a contrbution of $100. It is hoped that next week there ——-,., ...., urnjui 1/avlU A. | w %  •%.--% --rft nun Bognir. Daytona Beach; Rabbi P. wi D( reported even greater pro%  7: _* r. i — m...i... ; U 1 Rabbi £ lv,is in tne number of memberB'nai B'rith, Senior Council of Jewish Women, Senioi I! ssah and Ya ing Men's and Young men's II, brew Associations. A large audience of .".no is expi to attend the M ither's Day program, an annual event which has in past years been marked]} cessful and this year's event with the unified organization effort points to an even greater success. The affair will be held at Temple Israel. 137 X. E. 19th St.. Starting a: 8 o'clock and will feature an address. "The Light That Will N„t Fail," by Stanley C. Myers. The program will include: Invocation, Rabbi Colman Zwitman; singing ,f "America"; ailis in addition to the regular NFTS .Zissman of St Augustine' program O f Aid to Refugees. Morris D. Margolis oJackson shi you have not as ye, sent J"! T*"* ^"iL^ M.amis Sisterhood of Temple ville; Rabbi Max Eichhorr .of '" ^ur dollar for this most worC^^^Ju ^'\^ Gainesville and Tallahassee; Rabthy cause V !" "e urged to do lO Kfa E KXholf V^'T' "" his K„l„n k-„n„„, u'u-ZZ at once. One dollar from ,. a ,-h l md kS E \ Albert Pal ot cha "Israel headed by Mrs. Harold B. -. „, „, la 1IBIU1U D uainesviile and Tallahassee; Rab""' lauM > ou a,e ur ca lo <> so 'marks K AlKo.-, Pol w %  Spaet ,i a member of the Nationbis Kaplan, Kellner, Mescheloff at nce One dollar from each !" ".'' !" J Pal 0 t cha "al Federation. Other local leaders Shaniro and Zwi, !" „, ;11, member of your family enti.les m n !" 1 ". Bob **"! ........... ,„>,„:, „i me nationbis Kaplan, Kellner, Mescheloff ut onle une onar lrom each al federation. Other local leaders Shapiro, and Zwivman of Miami m ember of y ar family entitles are: Mrs. Benjamin Bror.stcn, corI A reception h w th I y ou to a Faml V Membershp and responding secretary; Mrs. Max o et v F ? r ?„' t f c a the affords you the privilege of parOrovitz, vice president; Mrs. Hen-^ ^TS n nT gating in the building of this nin. Monday morning an address j hospjta Many are t ^ ng R ^ larger ry D. Williams, recording secretary; and Mrs. Harry Nevins, treasurer. FRISCH Z 0. A. POSSIBLE PRESIDENT Indianapolis, Ind. — The movement to put the name of Daniel I'll M. Upton. Max Orovitz, E. Prisch before the Z. O. A. convenAlbert Pallot, Sidney L. Segall, tion in June to succeed Rabbi SolWm. Shayne, Arthur Trieater, onion Goldman as president, is tarry Zukernkk, Lester K. Stein, gaining impetus throughout the '!;..! Ii,,,man Harry Gordon. Sam Middle West. Mr. Frisch, who is Miller, A. Loufo Mechlowite, Krnest S,.sman. Ted Kaufman, and Dr. Bernard B. Berkley. •Sholem Lodge has two active A Z. A. ( hapters, the Miami 1 hapter and Che Royal Palm ( haptei of Miami Reach, who recently sponsored a city-wide youth and Democratic rally. If every lodge and every order "• the country had a program as *el,designed and as well coordin•" d as ihat of Junior B'nai B'rith, Amerka w aid b: very much betlie N ew York Journal ,:| '•' declared in an editorial "ting on the "Youth and Enforcement" program rerecent y by national headOf Aleph Zadik Aleph, 1 H rub's youth organization, very close to Rabbi Goldman, is thought to be acceptable to both the eastern and western divisions of the organization. Mr. Frisch I was a delegate to the World Zionist Congress last August and is considered the leading western candidate for the position. 200 Attend General Zionists Conference Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agency) —The conference of the Union of General Zionists opened hen with cial gifts in larger amon its. LET'S BUILD THAT HOSPIT \L. a message from Hadassah. "Mothers Across the Sea," Mrs. Harry L. Rubin; Senior Council presentation, Mother's Day skit, Mrs. Bea Weinstein and Maxine Ranter; Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A. presentation, vocal selection. Miss presentation of THESE CRIPPLED CHILDREN I £, p„ WANT TO PLAY F! U.L WITH i "V : ,' ,,escntatil;n ol lYOU AND ME. T IEY HAVE ""' s ; M,s s A Newman; 'CHOSEN THEIR SIDE. NOW I, d ,. B } es Ame !" audience; benediction, Rabbi Abraham Ke Ir.er. Singing led by Marx Feinbcig. Organization committee niem, CHOSEN THEIR '.IDE, HOW ABOUT OF IS! Send your th • to Abe AronnI vita or to Bu ett Roth in the I Seybold Build Kopelowitz, :: .07. LE US S' YOUR NAME IN THIS COLUMN NEXT WEEK! The list if contributors up to May 1st a •: Isidor QuIdaiMn 100.00 Naiiniel H;i tuei i Sol Halpert Stanton Halpert Samuel Stelnbei-g Sylvia Steinberg Sandra Hlelnbc i %  .. B. Miller Mrs s. B. .Miil.'-i s. Broder S. Sloan n n k \ i i"K"i'-iioii committee niemor phone M. J. v .. „ „ ,. y bers include Mr. E. Albert Pallot, DR. JACOB 11 KAPLAN J. Wolfe I. Cohell Mr. and Mrs. j Henry Mlnkoff Ken nfe Stone Ethel Stone Mrs. s stc .1. k StO'ie i Stone Sclire'lber! more than 200 delegates in ;l t, Stone .,.,,.1...,,.,, "as given by Irving fineman.au' %  ""' gjone '•nuance. ISarah K Stone general chairman. Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith; Dr. Frank Corn. Mr. Fred Shochet. Mr. R. R. AdleT, Mr. J. A. Abbott. B'nai B'rith Ladies' Auxiliary, Mrs. Isaac Levin, chairman; Mis S. A. Newman. Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. Mrs. Charles Beckwitt. Mrs. Harry Koiv./.ky. Mrs. Benjamin ii. Landau. National Council of Jewish Women, Mrs. Jack Cohen, chairman; Mrs. Benjamin LeVine, Mrs Har| iy Barnhardt, Mrs. Monty Selig, Mrs. Maurice 1 Jacobs. S nior ll.i lassah, Mrs. Harry L. 1.00 1.00 (10 1.00 I oo I. INI 1 nil : 0 1.00 1.00 1,00 Mil B' tendance. J is h Suprasky, Labor leader. made the keynote address in which he emphasized that t hechief centers of strength of the thor of 'Hear Ye Sons." and in the afternoon papers Were read by the Rabins. The Rabbis were guests of honor at a dinner in the evening tendered to them by the Ey f( "' <_ ". use of its 10,000 members chapters in 2oo communities. The editorial also lauds B" Union had been destroyed follow--!,, ing the invasion of Poland. B ; Br,th -; v be i of lawlessness that are to be >-' U'u<: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. ., found in practically every ,Principal speaker at this meeting, //;'../ -;:;. .o IHUUS r> nai munity in the land. For this iva"leniorialized Rabbi Martin Free-:•• • Wolperi .'.' S ': lf for doin K effective. s ,,n I feel that the A Z. A. is ,:ul '"' Pensacola, who passed I ,, m ^ Prac ical work in thus promaking a great forward step in away this year. ^'^'je'lT"' among Je tan *"""" cltlzi '" sni|) i fu, th,rin f •*• l ilusl of '* •''! Tuesday a general business ses[',.._ r r ', V : ,'V;, "SBi youth. I order, since the first step must sion was held and election of ofI James s. Roth 'ugar Hoover, Hie/.ni,. *e n_ .. is ... *i ..._, ., ..... %  th ] 0 i, chairman; Mrs. Canie Rosen, Mrs. Benjamin Meyer. Mrs. i em Joseph Lipton. I.on 1.00 iation, Mrs. Leon I ieberman, chairman; Miss Irene Cohen, Mrs. Al Reisman, Miss Irene Cohen. 1 .1"! l oo tion, Mr. Maurice (.rossman. chairman; Dr. Samuel Beckman, ; ;• % %  Mr. Herman Waitzman, Mr. Hary Schwartz. Young Women's Hebrew AssoYoung Men's Hebrew Associa''eeleral Bureau ;;;:' %  ;: !s h d th. the most important [.bases f Public service, since it has to and • th< maintenan M f 'aw .uiiii-i. Mine iiie IIIS[ step must BIOII was ne.ci ana election oi 01ISC • ''""' •••er. director of necessarily be an informed public fleers took place. Luncheon honMorris VVrubel u of Invcstigaj opinion. The Aleph Zadik Aleph oi ing those present was held and ,V ie program "as .is of vital importance to the youth at the same time the Beth Israel |; Rumen .:;::: iinortaiit nhaiiaa nf A.,,.,,;..., i....>,.i,„.„i ....... i..,....,,.. .„ ,L. !•._"''.'.'"'!' of America. Dealing with "Law and Oi-der in a Democracy." "Scientific Law Sisterhood \>:is hostess to the wives of the Rabbis at a luncheon. Among laymen attending were 1.00 1 II.I inn S .in %  I 00 1 1 no I ,,., I 00 j n.i l.on 1.0 I no 1.00 1.0 Prof. Finkelstein Named To Succeed Late Dr. Adler 1 eon Zn.-k'-i Snm Fi '' I H —..,._ .,, ,„„ u B ,/ei,ioe ri,c,\. oeieruiiic IJIW i Among laymen ane neiing we're y '' li "'•"'le "„f T 4 W h s the cornerEnforcement," "Youth and Crime" Mr. Leo Ackerman, president of R" K''-'.'.',' ••• Be said •• an '••"OCTsfcy." .and 'The Duty of the Patriotic Beth David Congregation; Mr. M. M ou, | ].,,.' Older s m, :mus I feel that the |Citizen." the program's underlvB. Frank and Mr Harry WasHf'Sf" many !''''' u atlon •>••" failed in ing theme stresses the need for serman, president and vice presiMew sciTwam • f H>k t„ ,S ( p, ,-ts and that w e must | "an understanding of the law as dent, respectively, of Beth Jacob Wo^raM^So"' '•'•'.'.'.'.'.'. i>o m ***h'allv •• e youn ^ er generation to a positive agency existing to Congregation, all of Miami and s Schwarta I'oo' CW president wil1 assume J W up against the forces I (Ontinued on Page 6) Miami Beach. fOm^taS^kW*iiL :: iv ,0 1 i^'n eS at the opening of the (Continued on Page 6) I fall semester next October. New York (WNS) Prof Louis Finkelstein was elected to the presidency of the Jewish Theologcal Seminary of America at a "ie,iing of the Board of Direct rs. Dr. Finkelstein, provost of the Seminary since 1987, who succeds | the late Dr. Cyrus Adler, will bet the fourth president of the Sem



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' *>v "1 / I • PAGE FOUR THE JBWISH FLOBIDIAN MAY 10. 1910 wJemsti IFKoiriidliidim PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAif P. 0. Box 2973 i: PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager National Council of Jewish Women Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, West Palm Beach Representative i >t SUBSCRIPTION One year — ~ f t.00 Six Months -— $1.00 MAY 10, 1910 VOLUME 13 — No. 19 Even though the business meetlings of Miami Section have for the year, the Study i. will function throughout the summer. There is a place f organize for peace and a training school in service to foreign bom work and volunteer social service. We list below the time and date Study Groups will be held. Every Tuesday at 10:30 A. M.. Council offices, service no foreign born, institute and volunteer social service. Tuesday morning. lll:llli o'clock, time and place to lie announced. peace study group. For further details ph ne Mrs, Harry Barnhard, 5-3967. Legislation study group evi • Wednesday morning at in o'clock at the home of Mrs. C. H. Adler, 2050 N. Bay Road. Miami Beach. In the study group on legislation, one hour is devoted to local legislation and the other hour to federal legislation. At the Wednesday. May 15tli legislation meeting, tiie following will be discussed: The Dempsey Alien Bill. The Wagner Hiil (medical porl.ast week Rabbis of this area hesitated not to take a determined Won) and Latin American Relastand publicly when an occasion arose that warranted immediate and tions Also local transportation, united action. Their effort unquestionably stopped the honor and dig| "^' ls Benjamin LeVine, president nity of a title respected and revered by Jewry from being dragged wi ent rtain lhl new b ani "'' r ...,L,. ,._ directors at luncheon on Tuesday. further throuuh muck and mire. I,, „, ... | May 21st. I here will be a board Sunday the Rabbis of the State of Florida held their annual conmeetin >-' preceding the luncheon. ference in West Palm Beach, re-elected their able leader and delved Furthl r (k ails '" next issue into plans whereby they may continue to progress for the benefit of City wlde New Citizens av Jewry, and IKin a position to act when action is necessary. The V. M. "'" ,H i ' e ro rara Tem P' '^'> In Hadassah's program we will when all local Jewish organizaNote to Martin Dies: That tip-off you got about an uprising brewing south of the Rio Grande la correct to a certain extent .... Your informant, however, has misled you in one highly important particular %  • It's not a Communist coup d'etat that's being prepared, but a Nazi POtseh for whidh Hitlers minions have laid an unfortunately quite solid groundwork .... And the tip-off to you is part of the plot, to have you encourage the Mexican authorities to get after the Communists in their corntry and leave the Nazi-minded strictly alone The Nazis have been laving trouble buying radio time in some of the Latin American countries L ess than that has been known to be the prelude to ablitzkreig .... Next in line for a Hitler invasion, alter the Scandinavian Peninsula has had its quota, is Hungary, we hear .... The Low Countriesturn is being postponed for a while The New York waterfront sees an indication of Mussoliniimminent entrj into the war in the fact that an officer of the Rex kissed his sweetheart goodbye with an air of distinct finality when his boa |,,t these shores recent!) .... Leon Trotsky has entered the lists of the war prognosticators by prophesying that America will enter the war before winter, and will then become the economic ruler „l a world which by that time will have been pretty well ; jhot to pieces II it's any consolation to you, it's costing the Nazis about Si:>.00il day '" l ,rl charges alone, exclusive of maintenance, for their ships tied up in neutral ports because of the war T he Vatican has practicall) given up hope of pcr-uading the European belligerents to make peace — but Cleveland's Abe Pickus is more optimistic ... He's still phoning heads of European governments and telling tjieir third undersecretaries how to run their affairs .... And when we see what the heads of European governments are doing we begin to think maybe it would be a good idea for them to try one of Abe's plans for a change .... On the whole, however, the entire PIclCUS business looks to us like a publicity stunt for tile telephone company .... Everybody else has the greatest difficulty in getting an overseas connection these da\s. but Abe accomplishes it with a simple twist of the dial. CRACKING WISE Wise-crack "f the week — and we hope it isn't just wishful thinking — is the following, current on Broadway: "'( hurchill seems to haw Hitler behind the eight-Balkans" .... To book publisher Bennrt ('erf is credited the gag about the Nazi lecturer who was telling a German audience about the terrible privations the British are suffering during this war .... "Why." he said, "in England they are even rationing coffee!" .... Whereupon a young member of the audience raised his hand and asked: "Please, mister — what's coffee?" .... The difference between America and Naziland is summed up as follows by Winehell: When our President celebrated his birthday America's gift to him was a collection "f money for paralysis victims On Hitler's birthday his country's |-' I was a collection of scrap iron for making shells .... From Holland comes this gag. relayed by Leonard Lyons, about a man who ret ched the Netherlands after a long stay in Naziland .... He rushed into 4he first restaurant he saw. ordered a tremendous steak, and explained to the waiter: "I didn't mind it when we had to eat eats and dogs .... I didn't even mind it when we had to eat rats But when we had to eat ersatz rats that was too much for me." Junior By Elsie Kronenfeld salute all these women. Mothers, by ---...--..-----. ''" %  Salute we give our own Moth, era. Each girl will present her This coming Sunday is Mother's Mother with a Tree certificate, a The day m which we all pay piece of paper that states that in tribute to our Mothers. A day in the planned forest of our ancient which we forget that we didn't get homeland, a tiee ha. oeen piantco the dress or suit that we wanted in her name. A living monument of and look at all the deeds and sacrithe daughters of Israel has been fices that our respective Mothers started. These certificates will have done for us. A day in which girls and boys look into the future and realizing that in time they too will be Mothers and Fathers and think of all the love it takes to do the job. This coming Monday night Junior Hadassah will pledge their devotion, admiration and respect to their Mothers. They will show all these Jewish women that they know Motherhood is a task Israel fully realizes. For Israel is a race mean that another bit of land has been redeemed and perhaps will be the scene of another child's redemption because of its Mother's self sacrifice. In the program too, will be a play, entitled "Hadassah Women on a Spill." The girls taking part are Harriette Damenstein, Elsie Kronenfeld, Ruthie Bernstein, Janie Gershon, Pauline Querido, Jeannette Kronenfeld and Marcie Adelman. Senior Hadassah will extend their greetings of Mothers. All through the reand glad wish es and Young Jucording pages of the Bible you find \ dae& wi give a Presentation. The incidents of Mother Love. There l asseml > 1 y room of the Beth David in the pages you find how well j Ta,mud Torah will be appropriHebrew Women have fulfilled their ately dec rated. Everyone is invited to attend and bring their Mothers or someone else's Mother. Two weeks from this coming duty. Today in Palestine in the children's village you find evidence of Israel's Mother's love of today In the ch.ldren separated from Monday evening election of offitheir families, you can read of the cers will take place We'll tell sacrifices of today's Mothers. There our members more about it in may be no hope for themselves but forthcoming issues. ti ins u ill participate in one gala program toi .Mother'.Day. Refreshments to hi' served by B'l B'rith. vABBI COLMAN A. ZWTTMAN >f Temple Israel, will be tendered a reception in honor of his birthday Friday evening following the ervices. THIS AND THAT In these da\s when ( atholi s and Jews have a common cause against intolerance there ino excuse for tihe advertising. b> a Catholic publishing firm, of a new book." "Jewish Panorama." as written by David Goldstein, 1.1.. D.. "Convert from Marx to Christ" .... Such an ad runs exactly counter to the ostensible objective of the book, which is "to make present-day Jewry belter understood bv Christianam! orthodox ( hristianit) better understood bv Jews" A pal on the Moulder for the Hein/ t ompany for itYiddish leaflet which li-ted thOM of the :>7 Varieties that aren't kosher for Pesach .... So %  ccessful has the Viennese refu K ee cafe. Wiener Fiaker. been in New lor* that its owners are planning to open branches in a dozen other cities, each to give employment to some dozens of refugees .... A meat-packing industry trade paper recently carried on its front cover a picture of Hitler, with an extraordinary note that the fact that Hitler doesn t eat meat makes the best advertisement of all for that food. STAGE AND SCREEN At the New York opening of Eddie Cantor's "Forty Little Moth^ F,IH ^V L l Side mothers Prepared a big bouquet to present wa to T ,u h rSelf 8 f mer East Si* bX cTr n h A 00 '-" S characteriza tion of Dr. Paul Ehrlich he's th?ou„ d e n? „ ,0,e f ThJS Man R ut "'-" %  the life of Storm" "vo""'? 6 ""? a e Cy • Wh !" *ee "This Mortal ateT everv detail ""* "V" ^ COn ntrati m P scenes are accurRosson. is acting a,'„. rhn ^ n i e ? ert "" the SUbJeCt CBmera man Dkk when the Nazi, J ^i. adv r n thcse scenes • • • *** ^ ar he spent^three weekTin m f photo ra P hi "K their military zones, mree weens in a concentration camp. ABOUT PEOPLE He X stey'Ts taST-lS ^ P ^^ M y ,5th • %  dollar loan. necessary to put through that four mil'•to V



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MAY 10, 1940 THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAlf K* PACE THREE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 154d S. W Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'b RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Friday evening services, 6:30 p m. Shabbes: 9 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. LADIES AUXILIARY At the last meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary held Tuesday. May 7th, the new officers were elected to serve for the coming The following wore unanim >usly i.i' (i %  I to seive: Mrs, George Chertkof, president; Mrs. Victor Mell, first vice president; Mrs. S. Silverman, second vice president; Mrs. Louis I'allot, financial secretary; Mrs, A. Orlansky, corresponding secretary; Mrs II. Kagan, recording serrotaty; and Mrs. S. Stone, treasurer. Th sr elected to serve on the board of directors are Mesdainos L. Krick, L. Levitt, J. L. Shochet, M. I'allot H. Shulman, G. Ginsburg and I. Rosengarten. We bespeak for these noble women of Israel the Congregation's best wishes and our sincere hopes that they will serve in good health and with great success. BOARD OF DIRECTORS The meeting of the board of directors of the Congregation will be held in the Synagogue Tuesday night. May 14th. Because of the urgency of the building fund campaign it is urged that the entin' board membership be present. IN THE SYNAGOGUE Rabbi Abraham Cluck is continuing the class in Shulchan Aruch daily between the Mincha and Maariv services. He will also preach tJ.e sermon during the Sabbath service and conduct the Friday evening service. TALMUD CLASS During the summer months Rabbi Kellner will conduct a class in Talmud which will meet daily three quarters of an hour before Mincha. The tractate Berochas will be studied and the group .meets under the ai spices of the Chevrah Mishna Agnarah. SUNDAY SCHOOL Regular c'asscs in the Sunday School will be held in the V. M. H. A. club rooms and parents arc urged to send their children for review sessions in all classes will be lu Id. Final examinations are j scheduled for the 19th and impressive closing ceremonies will be held on the 2Gth. UNVEILING The unveiling of the tombstone to the memory of the late Mr. Jacob Safanowitz olov Hashol m I will be held Sunday, May 12th at 2 P. M. in the Woodlawn Cemetery and we urge the members of the congregation to be present. RABBI KELLNER HONORED At the recently conclu led I ida Rabbinical conference R i Abraham Kellner was signally honored by being assigned the task of publishing the learned papers read before the conference, and was also designated to lea i next year's conference with discussion on "Emerging America Israel Through Traditional Judaism." Rabbi Kellner also serve I as chairman of the nominating committee and served as chairman of the committee on Public Forums and Lectures for the ensuing year. MIZRACHI •MEETING A very important meeting of the Greater Miami Mizrachi District will be held in our Synagogue on Monday night. Matters of great importance will be discussed and we urge all our people to attend this gathering that hereby demonstrate their loyalty to the land of Israel for the People of Israel and according to the Torah of Israel. Rabbi Kellner will preside at this meeting and will also appoint a committee on nominations to brig in a slate of officers tor the comig year. HABONOTH NOTES The youngest group of our Habonoth Chanter, the Buds, BDOnsored by Mrs. George Chertkof, are planning a Mother's and Daughter tea for their final function this year. Details of the affair will be found in the next week's issue. The Buds comprise girls between the ages of !' to 11' and meet every Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. The intermediate group of the Miami Chapter of Ilabonoth. the girls of the Blue and White, sponsored by Mrs. Louis Katz. meet every Monday afternoon at 4 p. m. This group is composed of gitls from the ages of 12 to 15 years They are busy working for the letters given for religious achievement by the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations under whose aegis the Habonoth movement is sponsored. 710 S SERVING — MIAMI REACH nd MIAMI Miami Jewish Funeral Home "EXCI.r-J'V*".! Y JEWISHPHONE 33431 | W. 12th AVE. AMBULANCE SERVICE I B'NAI B'RITH ujgir NOTES by Harold Turk Regardless of race, creed, or color, this coming Sunday, May 12th, will be celebrated as Mother's Day and is recognized as such throughout the United States. How wonderful it is and how fortunate we are in these distressing and turbulent times to be in a position to ce'ebrate and to pay our respects to Motherhood and what ii represents, I, is our .Mothers who have had th" courage and fortitude that I re so necessary for existence courage and fortitude in tin constructive sense. It is they who encourage and develop the higher Stan lards and values in man. It is ir Mothers who inculcated in ^ts^tho ideas of kindness, consid' %  •' i n for our neighboi s and brotherhood, and certainly these are the very ideas and ideals that have prevented man from destroying the Wo,-Id and himself. It is only in those countries |where the government no longer respects Mothers and Motherhood and what they stand for. that al. standards of value, and of right and wrong have disappeared and with it destruction. There is no question in my mind jbut that if every country in the world would observe Mother's Day as we do. that it would bring %  about a better understanding between nations and peoples, since they would have in comm,>n. the fact that they all respected the same beautiful ideals. I believe that celebrating Mother's Day throughout the United States will help to bring the people of our Country even closer together ami by applying that same principle to our community, celebrating Another's Day will undoubtedly tend to make us more tolerant and understanding of our neighbors about us. I For the first time in Miami almost every Jewish organization is cooperating and will celebrate, as one group. Mother's Day, Sunday night at 8 o'clock at Temple Nrael in Miami. You are cordially invited to attend our gathering and enjoy the program that has been arranged. which will include Brother Stanlex Myers as principal speaker. I here will he entertainment and refreshments will he served, Arrangements have been completed by Abe Aronovitz, who is chairman of the B'nai B'rith convention which will take place in Roanoke, Va., on Sunday and Monday. May 19th and 20th, for transportation. etc. The train will leave the Seaboard Station Friday morning. May 17th. arriving in Roanoke Saturday afternoon There will be a through coach. After the Convention we will leave Roanoke Tuesday morning and arrive in Miami Wednesday afternoon. I believe there are a few delegate positions open CHILD GUIDANCE by Joseph A. Berman if there are any members who desire to go and have not as yi i made their arrangements contact Brother Aronovitz at once. On to Roanoke and elect Brothel' Ike I.evine as our next Dis'The wri.er will be glad to answer trict President. I understand that an >' problem of his readers. Wl te his charming wife will go aior.-j to him in care of this paper) with us to the convention as a TOUR CHILD NEEDS SUCCESS >. %  • %  s^ of ur Lodge the plea.-Every individual strives for his ure is all ours. place in the sun. The loud, —o— contained extrovert becomes a polOur nexi regular meeting will itician. The quiet, sensitive perI"held at the Miami Woman's s n becomes a writer. The houseClub, Tuesday. May 14th at 8 P. wife keeps her home spotl< M. Please come early and bung develops new ways of cooking to those new members. please the family. — The need for BUCCeSS is just as Y. M. II. A. BOWLERS and real in the child as in the adult. DIAMONDBALL PLAYERS More so, in fact. The child loves All members interested in playto be praised, t.> bask in the ing on thi Y, M II. A. diamondball warmth of adulation, II. v. i 1 go tnd bowling team ai equ '"" "'' his way to ed to come to the V. M. II. A. Tu< that w '" give him a si nse of imc'ay. May 11 at which time te ms portance. At bottom, this i on 1 i aptaii will ; > %  -• < SOCIETY Old urge for power. Some ren have it aim t knocked o tin m by o Oth ers anso pampt red tl H becomi brats to get al ng with their | aj mati i. "i he child who i lei ed HAD VSSAIi TO MEET The Miami Chapter of Hadas"' nome mav reacl '' %  • '" sab will hold their regular meeta bul,v outside and ruling it i ing Monday afternoon. May imr t h< B ma"er youngsters of t „ %  at 2 P. M. at the A eazar Hotel. Neighborhood. As he ge.a older The nominating committee will h *' lil v entcr a !if e f crime bepresent the following slate f r cause this ives nim '"* chance election: Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, to Ba tisfy the urge for powera president; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Perverted kind of success. Young first vice president; Mrs. tame men "*' thirteen and fourteen who Rosen, second vice president; Mrs. j are brou nt '" b >' tne P olit e fr Leonard Wien, third vice presi| havin 8 committed crimes often lent; Mrs. Harry Platoff, finan|* lorv in ''"' &Ct that 'heir names cial secretary; Mrs Sidney Wien, are in th '' newspaper. recording secretary; Mrs. Rudolph I The '"' '' 1 for su >> : '"ay be Rothschild, corresponding Becre| utiIizeid l make the child a truly tary; Mrs. George Goldberg, treas|f ucc e88ful individual. The secret urer; and Mrs. Rose Raff, auditor. ; 8 achievement. The child lives The president will appoint trustees '" lhl Present. He must accomfor the coming year. The program |,llsh now U is not enough for will include a skit on the theme h "" to P^are for the future. InChild Welfare with children of tor08ta and talents must be culmembers, Marian Bronston, Esi ,1V!ltl d lf Httta Mary has failed ther Rezek. Joyce Simonhoff and ,n her arithme tic at school, the Ruth Wolkowsky participat ig. circumstance should not be utilMrs. Max Dublin wil pies, ... a 1/> 1 '" incul <*te a sense of failsketch on the life ol Herzl. All Un '' P< -' lha l> s little Mary likes to sew. Good.' Let her sew dresses for her doll, for her friends' dolls. So many stitches on the left— SISTERHOOD B0 many stitches on the right. ELECTS OKI' ::s members and frien ire cordially invited to attend. The Sisterl I of the Miami Beach Jewish Centre was organized Tuesda May ~nd and election of offi s took place. Mrs. You cut two inches here—three inches there. Mary begins to achieve. Her failure in arithmetic has not squelched the growing I personality. Moreover, Mary is S. Rubin %  elected president; 'earning "arithmetic" by d Mrs. Esther .1. Cohen, first vice f on >ething that gives her a feelpreside,.:; Mrs. Anna Oolovine, l ,n f 8UCC0SS Sh associates the second Vice president; Mrs. Helen S '""'^ *' ,th the P r0CeM f ad Schonfield. third vice president; d,t T : "" i 8ubt action involved in Mrs. Ray R. Radow, publicity aevnng Soon sh '' mav become chair'auy; Mrs. D. Brown. lreas |