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The Jewish Floridian ( February 7, 1936 )

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Friday, February 7, 1930 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti Fffcn'cffff3ffi FLORIDA S ONLY ,'EW'ISH W EEKLY rrni.isiiEi) EVERY FRIDAY bjr the JEWISH PLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. i'. O. BOB 2'.I?3 News T %  • %  <• %  Bldg. .Miami, lla. Phone 2-5304 EDITORIAL OFFICES I 621 S. W. 1.1th Avenue Phone 2-1111 .!. I.OIIS SIIOCIII'.T, Kclit.-r FRED K. BHOCHET. Circulation Manager i NTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Fii Id Representative ii. r %  I, .it the Port Offirat Ulami, I'loridu. under the Act ol M. rch ;:. 1179. ST. PETERSBURG RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD Repi %  WEST PALM BEACH S. SCHUTZ1 Re 1 ] ental Ive ORLANDO MRS. !!. S. COHEN Representati e TAMPA MRS. M. 11. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION Six Month! 11.00 I %  S2-00 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7. 1936 Vol. 9—No. ti Practical Good Will The good will movement in this country, dedicated to improving relations hetween Catholics, Protestants and Jews, has a good deal of constructive achievement to its credit, hut a recent incident in Newark, N. J., is by far one of the most significant by-products of the inter-religious good will efforts. It appears that several hundred Newark Jews were tendering a testimonial dinner to Mayor Meyer Kllenstein. and that as a tribute to Mr. Kllenstein Newark Jewry decided to raise an annual fund of $5,000 to provide scholarships for Newark students at Yeshiva College. Informed of this scholarship pian. Monsignor John (I. Delaney, rector of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Newark, sent a telegram to the gathering pledging $200 annually to the Yeshiva College scholarship fund. This practical demonstration of good will is an encouraging sign, and should do much to hearten those who believe that harmony, amity and understanding between the three leading creeds in this country can and will be achieved. London Bulletin Did you know that King Kdward Ylll on i 'iiM Idered a public denunciation of Sir Oswald M anti-Semitic blai .' Sir : I B e a that thi i not hini for ant i-Nazi forces to be worried about in the 1 times durin funeral ce Pi For whim Rdward VIII is on with man;. Gel mans, he in ly and unalteralilj pei i ution .. Ma> %  kept a] a i fi om i h %  Nazi tion because the li aw. y if the So> iet Jewish 1 oreign Commii sar was placed near him For the same i the King's st i e ban u limited ID royalty And while we'ri i n Lon remind you of or, J I.. Cohen, secretai y and ad\ i Jewish affairs to one of the muchpublicized three, Simon Marks Cohen, some of you may recall, was '.lie first man to recruit volunteers for the Jewish Legion in New York during the World war THE WORLD'S WINDOW Co-Operation Is Offered We are happy to acknowledge the many offers of cooperation that have come to us as the result of lasl week's' editorial on hotels in this area. We desire to express om thanks to Rabbi David 1. Hosenbloom of Miami Beach, who was one of the first to pledge his support to the effort to in still honest) and expose those who were misleading the public. Much thanks is also due to those hotels of Miami Beach who very promptly responded by filling out the detailed questionnaire sent to the thirteen hotelof Miami Beach, holding themselves out as observing dietary laws (Kashrus). Elsewhere in these columns we publish the names of those to whom the questionnaires were sent and those who have agreed to help, not only by answering the questionnaire, but by agreeing to permit representatives of the Jewish Floridian to inspect their premises so that the answers given by them could be verified. We propose in our next issue to definitely advise the general public of the actual facts disclosed. And we deem it a special privilege to direct the attention of all honest men to those hotels who by next week shall by their failure to reply have placed themselves as without the sphere of upright and square dealing with the public, their customers. Strictly Confidential Tidbits from Everywhere By PHINEAS J. BIRON Backstage Drama There's a mystifying angle, which most of those present missed, to the introduction of the resolution endorsing the plan to raise a huge sum to finance the exodus of German Jews The resolution was, as you should remember, introduced by William Rosenwald, youngest son of the late Julius (Sears, Roebuck) Rosenwald, at the Temple Emanu-Ei reception of the Joint Distribution Committee for .Sir Herbert Samuel, Viscount Bearsted and Simon Marks One paragraph in the resolution expressed satisfaction that nothing in the plan contemplates any measures which will facilitate the export of German goods ... It was at the office of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League that some one discovered, in the current issue of the AntiNazi Economic Bulletin, a story headlined "Sears Roebuck Still Buying Reich Goods Despite 1934 Pledge" And this is the mystery—whether young Rosenwald doesn't know what his firm is fining, or whether he introduced ithe resolution to make amends In The Backroom The New Deal is banking heavi ily on Governor Lehman's huge Jewish following to carry New j York State for Roosevelt next November • That's why Farley is putting such terrific pressure on I Lehman to get him to announce his i candidacy for re-election as soon as possible ... If Al Smith really takethe warpath against FDR in the presidential campaign Lehman will be in a tough spot Lehman's political debut was sponsored by Smith and when the Happy Warrior was governor Lehman was One of his closest advisers Now Lehman will have to choose between Smith and Roosevelt • • The same dilemma faces Governor Homer of Illinois Turned down 11. nocrats for renomination In' it undecided whether to make an independent race and risk the ham of splitting his party in a crucial political year We heat that Al Smith didn't lake Dr. Henry Moskowitz's advice to tone down ech Moskowitz, husband of Smith's late adviser, Mis. Belle Moskowitz, %  different tactics Robert Mi ex-New York secretary of i redited I with having written much of the I Smith speech Moses is also reported to be urging the Republicans to name Al as their presidential standard-bearer That meeting between Roosevelt and Max D. Steuer, who is a Tammany big-wig. was part of the plan to make peace between FDR and the Tiger The National Republican Committee is plenty worried over the flood of anti-Semitic literature being issued by anti-Roosevelt outfits Stuff like that has a way of becoming a boomerang The State Department didn't like that plea by Senator King of Utah to open the gates of America to German-Jewish refugees "Mobilization" Bj LUDWIG LEWISOHN I his coulmn is copyrighted by (he Seven Artt Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. An; i %  %  enl on thi cop o I wrot ha and will neci Eyoung men and women to an l oul its faith A nd a : o in from Bi ooklj n ote in "What would Mr. Lewisohn nations big '.' Or would he, instead, them full rights as I of the world V" I have never forgotti II ihose words their pathos, their utter intellectual confusion, their dreamy unreality. Yet I suppose they echo well enough the vague yearnings of thousands after what they conceive to be freedom, after something which amid the concrete realities of life, must turn out to be either a false form or formlessness. "Citizen Of the world'.'" Where is your world-state? Where is your federation of man? But let me for a moment grant you your wild and rather adolescent dream. Suppose some day. centuries hence, there were to lie a co-operative world of equality and of peace. Then, more than ever men would cling to their culture-groups. Because man cannot live without form, both group form and individual form. Universal uniformity would issue in formlessness, in the withering away of both civilization and humanity. Precisely as the individual must keep his "I" intact in order to live sanely and fruitfully, as peoples, culture-groups will have to keep their individualities intact and sharply defined in order to live and produce. Kxpn sive literature will never be written in E peranto. It may legitimate!) be asked whether the highest civilization is not already endangered by the universality of those mechanical |*vices which. for instance, bring Hollywood to in Manchuria. Rem that the broader your initial appeal, World-wideness meanmasswideness. Mass-widen. tin' largest common denominator. It meansterility and idiocy and is. It means the dreadful scientific hell so superbly delineated by Aldous Huxley in "Brave New World." '.'3. -i, %  ". International News Photos, the Hearst picture agancy, pulled a boner in connection with the arrival of that delegation of English Jews The photo sent out by INS of Lord Bearsted was really a picture of his father, the first Lord Bearsted Speaking of Bearsted, we can tell you that the mission which brought him here with Sir Herbert Samuel and Simon Marks is definitely not connected with any scheme for breaking the anti-Nazi boycott So much for the dream or the nightmare. Which does not mean that I am untrue to the Jewish vision of an olam haba on earth. But note what the Prophet says: "The wolf and the lamb shall feed together." He does not say: There shall be neither wolf nor lamb. All ultimate wisdom is in our scripture. Search it, if you would know. But, unluckily or not, there is no world-state for your citizenship. So what in fact the young Jew does who has that vague yearning after a universality which dot's not exist is tnis: he abandons his culture-group for another; he tries to give up his form for another form ; he sells out his Jewish culture for some other. A wider, deeper, richer one? Not at all. Or one more conformable to his nature? That is impossible. It is our flesh that fits over our bones. Not someone else's. What then in hard and harsh fact does he do? He apostasises either (1) an escape from his own and culture and pi ople or i ard some other form and culture and people (this include; Socia I iii which he B worldly adIt ive or i himself. So if we analyze this ning after "full rl "wor lodern am ood H 1 oth r wo i i a pretty picture. It real • ne. I ; iVhat the with it ? Why is our natio tali Bi an %  are not I he n ous of pie-v v nian ol ..' : %  a nu rous a i the avi %  %  of Are |he I numerou i as the Turks? Our nationalism is all :l ll| i you like < %  • ty. Rooted in the m08t glo iOUS spiritual history among all the families of mankind, born witness to by sages and martyrs and confessors through innumerable iron ages, reborn in a spirit of peace and love and benevolence toward all men in this most bitter and barbaric age of oppression and of blood, our nationalism, our re-integration with our people's will and vision, our Zionist hope and work is the noblest, the highest, the most healing thing now visible on the horizon Of mankind's history. But, of course, I understand my young Jew better than he understands himself. I have seen the sanething among young Gentiles. They yearn for a freedom that does not exi.-t. Unwilling to submit to the yoke of their inborn form, they aspire toward formli ness or merging with ger existent form thai is not theirs. Tiny want Atlantis. Thi y wai dream-world. Once upon a time that dream-Atlantis was America. And remember Goethe's stem words: "Here or now here America." And how well the Romantics tfndi to I it: "Wher< thou art not, there is thy happini Freedom, my young friend be achieved n< ither by alii i by formlessness. Neither nor by d Freedom moans one thing and thing only: Incorporating ne %  • sity into your will, affirming the inevitable from within, being what you are as profoundly, nobly, passionately as it is possible to be that. And what are you? Jews. Self-affirmation "is freedom and form; self-negation is slavery and formlessness. Even the pagan Greeks knew that a willing obedience to necessity is the only road to serenity and freedom. The Psalmist knew it in a both deeper and higher sense—in our sense. "I will keep thy Law continually forever and ever (v'othhalchah ba-r'chavah) and I shall walk in a wide space." The King James translators wrote: "At liberty." The Vulgate has: "Et Ambulabo in latitudine." Spaciousness, wideness, freedom—all those ideas are in that tri-consonantal stem: ReshCheth-Beth. We are free and at freedom and free of the wideness of the world when we obey our law, the law both of our people and of our being. We by being Jews were in and of those who created the I.aw. The Law was theirs and is ours and will be our childrens. The Law is in us. The Law is us. Our freedom of being and obedience arc indissolubly one.—



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Friday, February 7, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five Jacksonville News Plans are proceeding for the annual conference of Senior and Junior Hadassah of the Southern Region to be held here February 9th and 10th, with headquarters in the Carling Hotel. Regional officers of Senior Hadassah are Mrs. Sanford Marcus, Montgomery, Ala., president; Mrs. Perry Sewel, Memphis, Tenn., first vice-president; Mrs. L. J. Levitas, Atlanta, Ga., second vice-president; Mrs. Joseph Williamson, Miami, Fla., third vice-president; Mrs. L. J. I'essins, New Orleans, La., fourth vice-president; Mrs. Simon Rappaport, .Nashville, Tenn., recording vcnlaiy; Mrs. Louis Kaufman, Montgomery, Ala., corresponding secretary; Mrs. Amon li 1 u m berg, Birmingham, Ala., treasurer; Airs. ll. Swedlow, Birmingham, Ala., financial secretary. Junior Hadassah regional officers are Miss Fannye Schwartz, ille. Tenn., president; Miss Bessie Geffen, Atlanta. Ga., first vice-president; Miss Roalie Brcner, .New Orleans, La., second vicepresident; .Miss Bertha Foster, Savannah, Ga., third vice-president; Miss Bead) Goldenblank, Miami, Fla., fourth vice-president; Miss Kose Lefkovitz, .Nashville, Tenn., corresponding secretary; Miss Helen Tobe, Knoxville, Tenn., recording secretary; .Miss Rebecca Schulwoife, Montgomery, Ala., financial cretary; Miss Raye Jaffe, Memphis, Tenn.. treasurer. Members of Junior and Senior Hadassah chapters of this city arcworking wholeheartedly to make tiiis convention a success. Chairmen of the conference are Airs. Sam Weiss, .Mrs. M. 11. Witteii and Miss Rae Botkowsky, who are working with various other committees. Sunday and Monday will be occupied with business sessions and luncheons held both days. The guest speaker, Mrs. Alexander Lamport of New York, is a nationally known figure. Following the business session Sunday afternoon, the visitros will be taken on a sightseeing tour. A reception will he given Sun.lay veiling by the Temple Sisterhood in the Temple Home on Si. Johns ave., for visiting delegates and Hadassah members. The convention will close with a banquet and dance .Monday evening. All sessions, luncheons and the banquet and dance will be held in the Carling Hotel. Orlando Notes An inspiring address was delivered by Rabbi Julius Washer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation who stirred his audience when he urged them "Live as Jews that is our only hope. Too long have we merely been born as •lews, and died BS Jews. Too often have we tried by every means possible to become assimilated and to forget our Jewishness ... to act and live as a non-Jew. The time has come when this can no longer continue not only because of ourselves but because of the nonJews." Rabbi Washer came to Orlando especially for the installation and returned to Miami Monday evening. Daytona Beach Notes Mr. and Mrs. Louis (ts.-insky have as their guest Mr. 1'hilip Ossinsky of Jacksonville. i arles Sherman and John Grossman of Hartford and Waterbury, Conn., arc the hou • gue Of Mr. and Mrs. A. Cms. Miss Estelle Djmal, who Bpent the past year in Lake Placid an 1 New York City, returned this and is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Djmal. Tampa Notes Thp Merry Fellows Club gave a dance last Sunday night at the Moulin Rouge. Entertainment was provided and those in char ements were Mr. Fred Poller, Dr. Leon Schwartz, and Mr. Julius Silverman. New officers of the dub are Mr. Sol Pleischman, president; Nat Rabinovich, vice-president; Jul verman, secretary; Dr. -i. Le Schwartz, tn asurer; Alex Bokor and Irvin Salsbury, sergeai I St. Petersburg Notes Cong. B'nai Israel holds regular Friday services at 8 p. ni., and Saturday services, 9:30 a. m. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld will speak on •'Tradition and Progress" Friday evening. Recent arrivals are: Mrs. Bertha Orchin and baby of New York, visiting her sister, Mis. H. Herman, this city; L. Peisner, St Louis. Mo., visiting Mr. and Mr-. -Max Davis; Mr. Jake A roiioviu and Mrs. Charles AronovitZ of Key West. Fla. One of the most successful parties ever to be given by the Ladies' Hebrew sheltering Aid Society and Home for the Aged was the benefit dessert bridge party held recently in the Jacksonville Jewish Center. The money raised will go into the organization's aid fund. In charge of the party were: Mrs. Fred Soforenko, chairman; Airs. Oscar Alargol. eo-chairman: Mrs. Sam Fletcher, Airs. J. Sentler, Mrs. Perry Kantor. Airs. Sam (Janice. Airs. Roland J. Krantz. Homemade Btrudle, cake and tea Were served. Tables were arranged for bridge, poke-no and rummy, and prizes were awarded to the holders of high score at each table. Special prizes wire given to Mrs. .1. Sentler. Air.-. Louis Witten and Airs. I. Lipson. Air. and Airs. A. Djmal have as their guest this season Mai T. Surure of New York City. Miss Marian Levey, who vacationed in New York City the a-: live weeks, is home. The Women's Auxiliary of Ronoph Sholom Temple held a :i; bridge party January 2 ihe home of Airs. Ben Haimovitz, 2406 Watrous ave. Quite a lar Crowd attended. The dance given by the Judaic Council at the Women's Club was Tampa and n. arby cities ire well represente I. Cor the affair were Airs. II. Mogil, A. A. Esrick, I.. Rubin, Celia Rubin. Chairman of entertainment committee was Miss Alary Aluani-. Mr. and Airs. Louis Nelson have as their truest Air S. Rarosh of New York City. Air-. George Liebman and Airs. Louis Nelson were in New York City recently on buying trips. The Progressive Club resumed meetings this week, gathering at the home of Miss Mollie Stein Tuesday night. The club has invited the Progressive Club of Jacksonville to be its guests. Airs. Jacob Wittner, summer round-up chairman for county !'.T. A., has information and registration matereial for the local tration material for the local 1936 round-up opened the first of the month and Airs. Wittner hop all elementary associations in the county will participate The round-up is a physical examination of children preparing to enter school in the fall, designed to -end the entering grade school children as free as possible from !i mediable defer;.. The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society held a card party Sunday, February %  '.. .Many tourists attended, therefore it was a social and financial SCUCCesS. The hostesses of the evening were Mrs. Hell llernier and Edna Morrison of Pittsburgh, Pa. A musical play, ''The Dancing Princess," sponsored by the Wallace Dancing Academy, which was anged by Airs. O. Silverman for the benefit of the building fund, will be held -Monday evening at 8 o'clock, February 10th, at the Mirior Lake High school auditorium. Al. Leonard Pepper and Leo Rosenblum are University of Florida Btudenti spending a brief vacation home, in between semester.-. Air.-. Abe Alaas was elected to serve her twenty-fifth year as president of the children's home at the annual meeting recently. The rummage sale of the Daughters of Israel will be reopened shortly, it was announced by Mrs. Joseph Hnckcl, president. The purpose of the sale is to furnish funds for the Hebrew instruction of the Jewish Center. All members are asked to cooperate with Mrs. Hackel, Mrs. Ida Feldman, Mrs. H. Weiss and Mrs. I. Moskovitz and Mrs. II. Hammerstein. The marriage ol .Miss Ethel Kushner, daughter of -Mrs. Sarah Kushner, daughter of Airs. Sarah Goldberg, and Sain Joseph Senter of Montgomery, Ala., son of Mr. and -Mrs. Abe Senter. was solemnized in an impressive service performed in the home of the bride's mother Sunday afternoon by Rabbi Al. D. Margolis. Miss Miriam Fzzes, Harold Bzzes and Lee Lazarus presented a program of nuptial music as the guests assembled and during the ceremony. Following the marriage ceremony a reception was held for the wedding guests. After the reception Mr. and Mrs. Senter left on a wedding trip to Miami and the West Coast of the state, planning to make their home on the completion of their trip in Montgomery, Ala. Daytona Reach. Fla.—With the north turn virtually completed, | marked progress has been reported by Itvor&men excavating the four-mile beach-road course for Daytona's 250-mile national chompoinship Stock car automobile race. i Sunday, .March iS. t A corps of tractors, graderand i laborers swung into action late last j week to groom the course for its acid test. The proposed rollle illcroporates the smooth long stretches of the beach, a paved road and bisecting turns at the | north and south extremities. Preliminary operations have been concentrated on the north, or upper turn, in order to accommodate prospective entrants with a temporary 'testing (.'round. Both turns, which pass through a sand dune 20 feet high, will be surfaced with a composition of smoothly crushed stone and sand. .Miss Charlotte Cracowaner, daughter of Mrs. 1. Cracowaner, was graduated at the University of Tampa last week. Miss I waner received a normal school diploma. Airs. Frank Feinstein ami daughters, Aline and Helen of New 'lor 1 City, are guests of Airs. Fein stein's parents, Air. and .Mr-. I Reppa. Another daughter, Mrs. Ackerman, who was the former Aiiss .Minnie Reppa. and her husband left for Cuba and will return in a few weeks. A playlet entitled "Laugh, People, Laugh," especially written by -Mr. J. Adler (H. Kovner), will be given by distinguished artists on February 28rd, s p. m., at the Cong. B'nai Israel auditorium. %  Inin, and junior basketball. Wednesday—I'! veiling, meeting of Boy Scouts and women's' nil in the gym. Thursday—Meeting of dramatic group and Pinochle Club. Friday Afternoon, meeting of junior Girls' Club; evening, religious services at temple and synagogues. TAMPA Y. M. II. A. The schedule of activities for the coming week is as follows: Sunday Morning, senior basketball team; afternoon, junior basketball team; evening, bowling. .Monday—Aleeting of co-eels and Camera Club. Tuesday—Afternoon, class in tap and acrobatic dancing for chilTampa. Sunday. Feb. 9, will be Major Bowes's day in Tampa with a special free entertainment program presented by the State Fair in front of the grandstand and the broadcasting of the amateur program, which is dedicated to this city, over a special sound system. Over 20,000 people are expected to gathfcin the grandstands for the free Sunday night program in honor of Major Bowes. Think, Work and Smile By JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph. I). I have asked a few questions in previous articles under this heading which no one has as yet answered. I am now going to ask one or two questions and try to answer them myself, in the hope thai someone will object to the answer and thus show some sign of Jewish life. Someone admired the quiet dignity of the Reform Jewish services, as compared with the noisy, indecorous services of other modes of worship "Yes," said the objector, "but that is the peace and quietude of death." At least there was an answer of some kind. The quarrel between Chasidism and Misnagdiism, fierce as it was, showed that both sides had adherents that were alive. That dispute was never settled. Chasidism emphasized the emotional life of Judaism; the Misnagdim emphasized the intellectual side of Judaism. Naturally there were strong adherents to both sides. Nothing, however, was decided or gained until the Haskalah movement, the movement of Enlightenment, the common enemy of both, brought the two camps together. Of course, | the enemy is not always an en' emy, and the friend isn't always a friend. The so-called enemy is needed to make both parties understand each other better. In this country we believe in Democracy! And yet democracy without an oligarchy, or autocracy even, there is little chance for de| mocracy to function. Why ? Because! Because masses never think, and never act, and never guide. It is the party, and the party leader, the politician that ieads. Yes, that much maligned politician! Without him this country could not function. The politician is interested in the government, or misgovernment of the country. The average citizen votes, and then he is throughSomebody must care, must govern, must take an interest. We expect the politician to be honest, and govern us, and we are happy in our expectation. We have the same problem within the Jewish group. We have an American Jewish Committee and we have a Jewish Congress. Both are necessary! The one, the committee, works and leads for the welfare of the masses; the other, the congress, functions in a way that makes the masses believe they are doing something. Even the congress must have a leader, or leaders, or nothing will be done! It is my belief that a country, j a movement, a religious body, is ruled by leaders, not by masses. The masses MAY occasionally give a suggestion, but for the leaders to listen to the various suggestions .would send the leaders to the insane asylums. The outcry of the masses may occasionally contain a valuable suggestion, but it is the leader who must understand that outcry, and be able to convert it into a plan for action. For many years I did not believe in Carlysle's Heroes and Hero Worship, but maturer reflection on events of history and present day life strengthens the conviction that (Continued on Page 6)



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THE JEWISH FLORIDIA.N Friday, February 7. : BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami E LIGI01 o %  RAL RELIGIOUS SCHOOL o •' • i %  The Lawrence K. Levin, Jack Ru Bulbin, Edtrin I ki %  Lav. i> n i. in, th< %  %  I Mrs. Leona Levin, now at Peekskill MilPi kill, X. V., sent |1 to • %  • honor of hi thday. 'I hi ;ng man 8 rthday in thi way. Wi ate it %  Homi : I R 1I %  %  I).', i B i %  I I ... t ward God and i %  right. The Purim play and entertainwill be given March Hth. Mr. Feller, Miami University student, i now In charge of one of the classes in the Religious school. Kaylette Smith and Sterling Lavine gave a presentation of the commandments. The library received $3.60 last week from birthday contributions. Ji %  '. %  ex• ion to v dinner danci I 16th, 19! 6, al thi Sew 1 Club, 1 Ith St., ',.• % %  • ; %  • > %  and may be had at the Temple, or from any ol mittee. Mr. Abe Aronovita i: chairman of thiaffair. I' pected to be an evening of n liability and pleasure. SISTERHOOD 0 o ann lal I h thday luncheon terhood of I I ae .. B a %  i for %  nmitl od i with hi ning to the i f .", and 6. Mrs. Ii ] %  N. E. I I last. '. %  %  %  Thi %  %  %  %  • %  %  • n men minded. Judaism will work among Jews who are :• ; minded. Democracy must include the life of the spirit. Religion must include the life of material wants. Think, Work And Smile (Continui 5) ihe man who can, the man who that doi thii al leads and helps the II How long a Democracy can exist depends on how big anthe min who make up the citizenship of the Democracy. If the men are big enough to understand the sin cerity and the earnestness and wilAHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS A HERN, Pres. 1 :•.!!) West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE BISCAYNE CARPET CLEANERS Work CaM fr nd Delivered Day or Night Service 2975 B. W. Eighth Street Ph. 2-1216—3-1074 BOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since 1919 Inspections and Estimates Free. 222 N. W. 2fith St. Phone 2-3705 clicks will ; I : i ; %  Society ed to Miami after two %  h commui.the ini B : %  I I %  a %  Iks. A %  Annt to a s : ir all —lie tariff is 60 i -toning? MIAMI Sheldon Dubler, prominent Miamian. spoke at the Women's' meeting Tusday, stressing the importance of a large; attendance at the Thursday nite dances given by the Miami Beach Jewish Social Set each week. All profits abovi i pensea are donated to the Y building fund which most certainl] merits your support. R i f Orthodox and < i ..-. mi n, ,, ,-.. will be %  Mi 2nd, announcement i by Mr. B. J. Cohen of 1 stati chairman of the committee and president of the Lay division of the conference. Local Synagogue will send delegations are Beth David, Beth Jacob and the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregations. held in the very near future Moridetails will follow. NOTES B) HARRY SCHWABTZ wlfm a tter idea %  .' II here White Oak Leather HALF SOLES 50c LADIES' HEELS 13c Atlantic Shoe Shop WO N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortex Hotel A benefit card pa by Mrs. Jules Wilson will I at the V %  n e 3 p. m. Tickel an -' bridj %  Do Ga; Before a packed audience of the eies. Al Pallot erstwhile Pool champion of the Y, was given ..'. ing .by Milt Prii i man. who shut out his opponi him up behind the 8 The V. M. II. %  lay befoi Plans izaai to be Feb. 23r I is the Leap V ar dan n by the V. W. d at your u may a bid. VWWWWWWWsW W WWWWIftflfr A\iami Busiest-Tr*"*"-^ wAmcrico's UrosLil t.UlooJerSL .* 60 N.E.F.rstSU ',' S H O I' and S A V E At Miami's .J G I F T ( E N T R E j" %  V ASK YOUR RABBI! Inquire of Youi Doctor! When You Need a Mohel They Will Be Sure to Recommend RABBI B. D. MINDEL Recognized as Greater Miami's Leading Mohel Phones 2-8760—3-2270 • 111111III • 11! 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 %  I II %  %  • > 1111111111 > r POST TIME \ E v %  8:15 \ I ADMISSION 1 A>O4T 25c / 1 C^>-" 1208 S. W. EIGHTH ST. RHONE 2-4546 I The Best in Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables iiiiitiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iniiitniiiiiiiiiiiiiijf



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Friday, February 7, 15*36 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seven Society Mr. Leon Sher, prominent communal worker and for many years president of the Knesseth Israel Synagogue of Louisville, Ky., arrived here this week to spend the winter season with his son, Jake Sher, president of the West Flagler Kennel club. Rabbi Jacob Greenberg, dean of the Beth Midrash Latorah, Chicago Theological Seminary, is a guest in Miami Beach, where he will spend several weeks on his annual winter vacation. Boris Schlachman, executive director of the Y. M. H. A., was the guest speaker of the Redlands Lion club last Tuesday night at Homestead. Following an address on Jewish conditions today, Director Schlachman sang several Jewish selections at the request of the guests. He was then given a rising vote of thanks. A Cn r+>y gcffTcG ' at Ocean drive and .".th st. ami they will give you the Rabbi Mayer Freed of New York arrived last Thursday as a representative of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva and Yeshiva ColSouthern Regional Conference of Junior Hadassah being held in Jacksonville, are Miss Sylvia Kavis, president of Miami Unit, Miss Beatrice Goldenblank, chairman of Fund Raising in the Southern Region, Mrs. Murry Grossman, and Mrs. Sol Rotfort. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelmnn BISCAYNE-COLLINS HOTEL Biscayne St. at Collins Ave. Ml LM1 REACH Now Under Madorsky Management REASONABLE RATES The Finest Strictly Kosher Cuii ine Our Dining Room Open to the Public at All Times same service that you enjoy at their other address. 1456 Ocean drive So the Pavilion on the .Million Dollar Pier is open now and how What with Frances Fay singing "/.ay-/,u-Zay" as only she can, and Jack White, the ace comedian, as master of ceremonies. Satch and Satchel doing their famous numhave as their house guest for the c r The S,uff is here iVs Mellow," what a night of fun. it just can't be beat. Monday night Satch and Satchel turned the floor over to Attorney General David .1. Wilentz. Walter Winchell, Jimmy Rraddock and I.ou Holtz and winter season their niece, Miss Sylvia Lyons of Hagerstown, Md. A special meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held nan Yeshiva, and Yeshiva College at New York, with Dr. Bernard Revel as its dean and president, was founded by a group of enthusiastic traditional Jews some years ago, and has developed as the most powerful factor for the preservation of Orthodox Jewry not alone in this country, but even in the world at large. With the establishment of the Yeshiva College several years ago it has combined the study of Jewish law and culture with the general study of science in distinctly Jewish surroundings. On its faculty are some of the most outstanding Jewish as well as non-Jewish scientists, many of whom have served without pay for long periods of time to help in the success of these Jewish ideals. Dr. Bernard Revel recognized today as one of the most outstanding Jewish scholars, has directed its activities not only for the purpose of training Rabbis, but for the education of Jewish laymen in higher Jewish learning and general scientific training. Beth David Sisterhood is sponsoring a benefit bridge party next Wednesday evening, February 12, beginning at 8 o'clock, with MesJ. Lang and Mendel Scheinberg as the hostesses. The affair will be held at Beth David Talmud To rah Auditorium. Prizes will bo awarded for high scores and refreshments will be Berved, ,....... \ t'.ifc 1 i arnur.H at the synagogue next Tuesday tau ht ,nom ,. ,hp famous harl evening, February 11th, at 8 ".''"' a i "' Truekl S" • • • "ave o'clock. Plans for the coming I G %  double mix you one by Mrs. A. N. Bass, chairman of the event. 'i. and for real strudel such as t"...i. in ... Phone 5-2112 Open Noon to 1 A. M. BOG ROM, OUR SPECIALTY Nan Young AMERICAN AND CHINESE RESTAURANT CHOI* SUET CHOW MEIN STEAKS CHOPS Dine and Dance Corner Fifth Street and Washington Ave. (Upstairs) ling Purim ball on March 10th at the ?' v '" r f v rite cocktails at CurFloridian Hotel will be announced l, 'v s lla N va %  • %  Nan Young's chop suey is something to talk : ''' •'-'' %  : '" mal about, so is their chow mein and the St Re ,s restaurant, you'll ruin fact everything that you eat -"v ''•••• Mor "' ,(i king girls there Morey'c Hof Bran Mans th< : :: % %  '••' %  beacn than an >is still tops of course for Ameriwnere in town, so until next week. Morey s Hof Brau Haus 634 Collins Ave. "The Place They Talk About" Cocktail Hour From 4 to G, 25c HUNGARIAN-AMERICAN CUISINE Full Course De Luxe Dinner 75c and $1.00 Under the personal supervision of Harry S. Fcinbcrg, formerly of Larchmont Casino, Larehmont, N. Y. Breakfast Luncheon Dinner CThe Renna TTlethod Plastic Therapy FEATURE LIFTING Without Surgery Kathrijri Fleming Beauty Salon 625 LINCOLN ROAD HAIR STYLING AND TINTING Manicuring PHONE 5-1427 can Hungarian cuisine "Hank Greensbergs Ma and Pa are in Miami, and they are lovely people From a safety pin to the finest of silver can be bought at the new Morris Bros. Drug dept. store on Collins and 18th. st. For a drug store that is different I suggest a trip through the place it's so unusual, and the package store sells everything that you may want to make a delicious drink .Belmonte's la still tops for Italian cheerio. IKI.KYS and VILLA NOVA 359 Ocean Drive (At ith St.) 1'i.r (hu: dall mi ( le p, Sit ;-!. or Chlcktn Dinner, brtiilrd over charcoal, to Umpt Ihc moat jaded uppttlto. SKA FOOD A SPECIALTY The I'jur-i in Wines mnd Liquors NOW OPEN MORRIS BROTHERS INC. Washington Avenue at 13th Street Phone 5-3371 If You appreciate Continental cuisine. delectable food served so deftly that you are unaware of the waiter; then you are sure to he deiighted wi.h tite NEW BELMONTE RESTAURANT 801 23rd St. Miami Beach Full Course Dinner $1.50 Also a la Carte French. Italian Dinners Charcoal-Broiled Steaks Our Specialty Beers and Wines SUNSHINE BATHS iiH\\ V -^ --•• -jBerry Collins Method. A National Institution FOR /V\EN and WOMEN DRUGS AND DEPARTMENT STORE The most beautiful store of its kind in the South, situated in the French Casino Building. Air conditioned by the most modern eqiiipment. POLICY This store is owned and controlled by people with a national reputation for honesty in business methods. This is your guarantee at all times: A SQUARE DEAL AT MORRIS BROTHERS DRUGS <>ur ru Department is one hundred per cent complete. We carry everything in the line of drags. PRESCRIPTIONS Prescription! are filled by men of lone training. Only the finest and purest ingredients are used. Your prescription will IKfilled ax your doctor ordered. FOUNTAIN and TEA ROOM Coffee the best in town. MERCHANDISE We feature the most beautiful Fountain and Tea Room, where food of the highest quality will be served. Our prices are moderate, our Our Merchandise includes Notions, Reachwear, House Dresses, Kitchen Ware. Household Goods, Linens, Jewelry, Toys, Candy, Etc. More will be added as we grow. FRENCH CASINO LIQUOR STORE 1255 WASHINGTON AVENUE Selling at retail—the choicest Liquors and Winescomplete stocks of all the favorite brands PRICES ARE RIGHT! We Will Deliver at Any Reasonable Hour PHONE 5-3371 PHONE 5-4721 'AWWWyWiVWVrt .V.SWAW.SVA%WA\V,WftWiSV



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Page Eiffht THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Society A -pecial meeting of B'nai B*rith Lodge will be held at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall next Tu. evening, February 11th. when a social meeting will be enjoyed. One of the features of the evening will be the unusual occurrence of a family group being initiated into membership. Comprising the group will be three sons and two sons-inlaw of Mr. S. J. Spector, one of Miami's prominent communal workers. Mr. \V. Friedman is in charge of a cultural program that •will be presented to include several vocal and instrumental numbers and an address on the sociological work of the B"nai B'rith organization in the South, by Stanley C. Myers, a past president of the lodge. All members and friends are urged to attend. Refreshments will be served. • • • Barney Hanson of the Hanson Roofing Co., one of the oldest roofing firms in the city, is receiving congratulations on the splendid work completed by the firm on both new and old jobs during the most successful season the company has had. Mr. Hanson is one of the pioneers in the roofing business in Dade County. • The Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Ernes is sponsoring a card party at the Mare Vista apartments, 202 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Monday afternoon, February 10th, beginning at 2 o'clock. Mrs. L. Shopiro and Mrs. William Shopiro will be the hostesses. Members and friends are urged to attend. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. • The Miami chapter of Senior Hadassah will hold its regular meeting next Monday afternoon, February 10th, at the Royal Palm Club with Mrs. Joseph Williamson presiding. Mr-, Isidor Weinstein will deliver a monologue on the new Hadassah Palestine project, the "Youth Aliyah Movement." Mrs. Charles Feldman will present a book review. Mrs. Charles Goldstein of Boston will sing M-veral selections and will be accompanied at the piano by Mrs. I.. I.askin. All visiting Hadassah members are urged to attend. A splendid record of tales has been established in the short time of itexistence by the Auto Radio Saks and Service, with headquarters at lJ-;:s \". E. Second ave. The organization is headed by the popThe importance of trees as a factor in agricultural development was realized more than a generation ago when the Jewish National Fund, which has become the principal Jewish afforestation agency ,n BretS Israel, first started activity. During the ensuing period it has planted neaily (wo million trees. Plain Talk (Continued from Last Week) ALVIN WALDER Jews to their fate; for in all the times we have seen Jews surviving all the deaths that were decreed against them. The power of their oppressors became only dust in a desert or was reduced to the relic of a brass button in a museum case; but Jews nave lived. From these things which we have seen springs our laith that in his evil the oppressor (even the most powerful) carries his own death, that when Hitler's name is for execration in Germany, Jews will be performing their honorable part as citizens of Germany. Until the time of deliverance they will suffer, but they themselves would not desire that on their account all Jewish life be made to suffer the affliction of Nazi bondage, that all the world be made to suffer the affliction of Nazi power strengthened by Jews. We shall not pay. We shall not deal with blackmailers. We shall not make ourselves slaves to Hitler. We shall not fail in our duty as members of the human family that Friday, February 7, 1936 fears the increasing power of the Nazi criminals. Try th KOSEDALI DELICATESSEN And Restaurant For the finest in Real Rome Cooked Jewiah Pood Daily 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET CHOICE DELICATESSEN "Everything Thnt's Good" TRAVEL BY— BUS ular Alvin Walder, who for years has been associated with the management of the Tivoli and Seventh Avenue theatres. Mr. Walder extends a cordial invitation to his many Jewish friends to visit the store and inspect the new radio models and complete equipment of the company. GREYHOUND LINES FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION pU C 1C19 ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM r IS -"AC' A *-' GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH Washington Ave. & Fifth St. ALVIN WALDER moa Invites You to Visit Him a! the AUTO/RADIO -SALESiSEQVKE'jy Sf-AVE, ((-ou wait S2.50 and up. Money bark guarantee. Not an oil. PENTON SERVICE STATION N. E. 2nd Ave. and 3th St. For the Finest in FRESH DAIRY PRODUCTS LAND-O-SUN DAIRIES Miami Beach) Fla. Alton Road at First St. Phone 5-2822 •WVb^WaVVSVWVdSVViftrV.V-V^ Low Rates North NEW YORK $17.90 Washington, D. C 1 5.10 Philadelphia ifi.90 Haiti more 15.60 New Busses. Reserved Seats, at No Extra Charge One Bus All the Way 39 HOURS TO NEW YORK Make Reservation;; Early Pan-Ameican BUS LINES At Davis Tours 301 E. Flagler, Phone 2-1141 RENT A FORD On Our Buy-Back Plan LOWEST WEEKLY RATES On MIAMI BEACH Ask For Details %  V-8Buy on the Beach! FORD FOR 1936 AH Models Available For Immediate Delivery GENUINE FORD PARTS and AUTHORIZED FORD SERVICE &VFtf< 430 Washington Avenue Phone 5*8427 Miami Beach NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Miami, Fin.. Jan. 2.">. 1936. Xrequired bj section 12. Chapter SSS6, of Ihe Act! of 1907. I. or one ..f m> deputia "hnl be nt the following plane on the dale. enr 1916: Ojua Mid I ich North Miami Hi e: :nP i n Cltj Hiak-ah Miiimi Shorn Village Oca Locka Hi I 1918 Red Road Coral G. bleu Smith Miami K. ndall Perrlne Goulda Silver Palm Rcdlandi Princeton v orida I Homestead MIAMI receive apphrahon. while we ei< vi.iting the precinct.. '""•"* %  *• "I" Intangible Return, -hould .1 o he filed by tho.e owning .eeuritie. and who are legal reaidantof thl-1 State: othenrlM they would he ,„bie„ „th* .. ~., m ",I of thla off.ee under the prOTl ona of the Intangible Act of 1931. """ Very reapcrtfully. J. N. LUMMUS, JR. Assessor of Taxes, Dadt County, Florida. Pel i-. 1 II !. :00 AM Sel ool Hi 1 • li I). I-. r 36 10:00 AM Town Feb. 18, 1936 11:00 A M Town Hull Ken : 1986 1 :00 I'M Town l! Ken 1-. 1986 J :00 I'M Ediaon School 11 Fob 18 1986 3 ::'." I'M 1 Mull l.l. It II 86 •1180 I'M Pirat Slut,Hank Bids-, Feb. in. 1:00 AM Town Hull 1,1, lv. 1986 1 1 :00 AM Town Hull 1.1 in, 1886 1 lOfl I'M city Hall Ken 1'.'. 1986 2:00 I'M Jonea Grocery Store lei, IB, 1 :•:!•; a mo I'M City Hall Ken. 20. 11 :',i; 'i :iln AM Town Hall Fil,. L'". 1986 lo:00 AM I). H. Dice Grocery Stort F, b. no, 1986 11:00 AM Barflald'a Store Feb. to, 1986 1 I'M Goulda Grower.. Inc. 1 b K0, 1 '.1:111 3 :00 PM Itetter Food Store Feb. 21. 1986 10:00 AM Woman's Club 1 eb. -'1. 1986 11:00 AM J. B. Ca.h Store 1 eb, 21. 1986 1 :00 PM Town Hall Keb. 11, 1986 t :"0 I'M City Hall .Inn. 1, 1986 B:00 AM through April I, 1936 B :00 PM 613-616 Court House "Jacksonville's Leading Hotel" THE SEMINOLE JACKSONVILLE, FLA. CHAS. B. GRINER, Manager A human, home-like institution where you will find your individual comfort and entertainment a matter of great importance. A steel fireproof building located in the heart of the city. Every Room with Combination Tub and Shower Bath, Radio, Electric Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for Summer Ventilation, Comfortable Beds with Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction and Individual R e t. d i n g Lamps. RATES 78 Rooma with I'riv.t. Batk 2.CHI -Single 80 Room, with Private Bath 1.50— Single 41 Rooma with Private Bath 3.00—Single 24 ll., with Private Bath 3.50 Single 10 Sample Rooma with Private Bath 1.110 -Single BLIGHT INCREASE FOR DOUBLE OCCUPANCY


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Miami, Fla
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February 7, 1936

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Vol.*No. 6
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1M6
Price Five Cents
Jewish News
I Around the
World
Bureau Sponsors I Noted Jews Plan New Synagogue
"Night of Stars" Worldwide Relief Building Is Begun
Catholic-* Contribute to Yeshiva
^Eollege Scholarship Fund
iwark. N. J. (WNS)A unique
estation of good will between
llics and Jews was offered
vhcn Monsignor John G. De-
rector of St. Patrick's Ca-
theAd, Newark, and secretary to
Bishop Thomas .1. Walsh of the
Nerk diocese, pledged $200 an-
nually tc 'h an: ial -' -<"' -
arship '' i'l !:! rai
Neljrk b-yr to Yrchivn College.
AnMDti -ment of Monsignar De-
lull's yift was msJo in a iele-
grtfl sent to the testimonial din-
Rendered to Mayor Meyer C.
Eltoastein of Newark at which 500
leaders of Newark Jewry pledged
themselves to raise $".,000 for the
Meyer I'. F.llenstcin Scholarships.
Brotherhood of Christians and
Jews Planned
k York (WNS)A new and
Iclusive brotherhood of Jews
iGentiles is being organized
|by a group of rabbis and min-
it was announced in the re-
Ifor 1935 of the Greater New
f Federation of Churches. Em-
ping that "the suffering of
lews in Germany has brought
[focus the necessity" for such
otherhood, the report declares
"co-operation between these
Ips is to be greatly intensified
he year ahead" and states that
pnmittee is now studying the
tion of Jewish-Christian rela-
Ihip in order to develop a rec-
Bended program.
The second annual "Night of
Stars" proceeds of which will be
divided between the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau and the Actors' Au-
thority of America will be held
at the Olympia theater on Tuesday
evening, Feb. 18th, at 9 p. m.
Sophie Tucker, noted Jewish com-
edienne and Karl Carrol, are co-
chairmen of the event and have
announced that every outstanding
perfo'-mer in this area will appear
during the evening. The event
hJd last year was sold out several
days prior to the event and all de-
siring to attend are therefore
, reii to obtain their tichsts as s ion
..s possible. Mr. R. R. Adler, vice-
president of the Jwish Welfare Bu-
reau, is the chairman in charge of
the tickets and arrangements
committee. Bus service from Mi-
ami Beach to the theater will be
provided the evening of the af-
fair. The entire floor shows of the
Earl Carroll's Palm Island club and
the Hollywood Country club will
participate.
Washington, D. C, (WNS)
Stirred by a message from Presi-
dent Franklin D. Roosevelt laud-
ing the rebuilding of the Jewish
Homeland jn Palestine and de-
claring that the American people
would be ready to co-operate gen-
erously in further activities, the
1,200 delegates attending the Na-
tional Conference for Palestine
adopted a quota of $.1,500,000 to be
raised by the Jews of the United
States during 1936 for the United
Palestine Appeal.
After hearing Simon Marks,
noted British Zionist and member
of the delegation of English Jews
now in this country, outline a plan
for aiding the emigration of 100,-
000 German Jews between the ages
of 17 and 35, at least half of whom
will go to Palestine, over a period
of four years at a cost of $15,000,-
000, the conference approved this
project but emphasized its opposi-
tion to anything that would in-
crease German exports and resolv-
ed that any phase of the emigra-
tion plan affecting Palestine should
Ground was broken this week for
the new synagogue being erected
for Beth Jacob Congregation, Mi-
ami Beach. The new building will
adjoin the present edifice which
will be converted into a Talmud
Torah classroom and center. Mr.
Philip Liberman, president of the
Synagogue, announces that the ca-
pacity of the building will be more
than 700 and will be ornamental in
style and surmounted by a huge
dome. Present plans call for con-
formity with strict Orthodox reg-
ulations and a "Bimah" will be
erected in the center of the build-
ing. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom,
Rabbi of the Congregation for the
past seevral years, has been aid-
ing in the realization of this work,
and Mr. J. Albert is chairman of
the building committee. The cor-
nerstone laying will be an event
of the next several weeks and will
be announced in these columns.
Bet Union Celebrates Centennial
of Moicher-Sephorim
Ipscow (WNS)Celebrations
Icing the centennial of the birth
endele Moicher-Sephorim (Sha-
Jacob Abramovitch), the
{father of Yiddish literature,
Being held throughout Russia,
reported in the Moscow Ernes,
Ish daily. In Odessa. Moicher-
lorim's birthplace, his daugh-
|and grandson publicly thanked
Soviet government and the
dan public for the widespread
nance of the centennial Max-
lorki has been elected honorary
ident of the Moicher-Sephorim
ennial committee.
Joint Appeal to
Begin Locally
Following a series of conferences
between leading members of the
Greater Miami Jewish communi-
ties, and the recent visit of Simon
J. Levins, executive director of the
Seaboard Region of the United
Palestine Appeal. Mr. William Tar-
adash, prominent Chicago anil -Mi-
ami capitalist, was unanimously
named chairman of a joint drive
in the interests of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee and the Uni-
ted Palestine Appeal. Mr, Harry
I. I.ipton and Mr. Harry Simonhoff
were named vice-presidents and Mr.
Isador Cohen, publicity director.
The campaign locally will begin on
Feb. 16th, and $16,000 has been set
as the goal, the sums to be raised
to be divided equally between the
J. D. C. and the U. P. A. Funds
of the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee are used directly for aid of the
suffering Jewry in all parts of the
world while the United Palestine
Appeal funds go directly for work
in Palestine. Full details of the
local campaign will appear in our
next issue.
few York (WNS)A non-Jew
prefers to remain anonymous
contributed a "very substan-
gift" toward the $10,000,000
which will be raised in this
ntry in the next four years to
knee the emigration of 100,000
pman Jews, it was announced by
Herber Samuel at a luncheon
Bn in his honor by the Federal
ancil of Churches of Christ in
ierica. Speaking as a member
[the delegation of British Jews
in this country to work out
ails of the emigration plan, Sir
bert urged the Christian cler-
nen to help in this effort. The
V. Dr. Parkes Cadman, who pre-
^d, called on the clergymen pres-
to denounce from their pulpits
"insensate forces" of race prej-
8 now rampant in Germany.
Jews Flee Small
Roumanian Towns
Bucharest (WNS)Hundreds of
Jews in the small towns of Bess-
arabia are flocking to the larger
cities in order to escape the anti-
Semitic terror. Leaving their
property behind, the Bessarabian
Jews are fleeing to the nearest
Jewish community of some size.
The exodus has not been allayed by
the fact that many of the anti-Se-
mitic groups have been liquidated
as a result of the strong measures
taken by the government. Mean-
while the Union of Roumanian
Jews and the nationalist Jewish
party have reached an agreement
for joint defensive action. A spe-
cial committee has been formed to
act as an emergency body
HARRY I. I.IPTON
be developed with the help of and
executed by the Jewish Agency for
Palestine.
Dr. Stephen S. Wise was elected
national chairman of the Unite!
Palestine Appeal. National co-
chairmen selected were Rabbi
Israel Goldstein, Maurice Levin,
Judge William M. Lewis, Louis
Lipsky. Morris Rothenberg and
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver. Named
as honorary chairmen were Dr.
Cyrus Adler, Alfred M. Cohen, Gov.
Herbert EL Lehman, Judge Julian
W. Mack and Miss Henrietta Szold.
Nathan Straus was chosen national
treasurer and Mrs. William Dick
Sporborg of New York was named
division, with Mrs. Rebekah Kohut
national chairman of the women's
as honorary chairman.
There were four sessions of the
Conference, the third and final
session being in the form of a
banquet. Louis Lipsky, American
member of the World Zionist Ex-
ecutive, presided at one, Dr. Ste-
phen S. Wise at a second and Mor-
ris Rothenberg, president of the
Zionist Organization of America,
was the toastmnster at the ban-
quet. In addition to the above
presiding officers, the speakers in-
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Race Prejudice
Brings Reversal
Detroit (WNS) Because the at-
torney for a non-Jewish plaintiff
used language calculated to arouse
, racial and religious prejudice
against a Jewish defendant, the
i supreme court of Michigan has re-
versed a judgment in favor of
Julia A. Nemet, administratrix of
I the estate of the late Louis Nemet,
'who was suing David Friedland
and the Friedland Iron & Metal
Company of Lansing. Louis Ne-
met, while working for the Fried-
land company, was killed by elec-
trocution, and the administratrix
charged that the wiring and appa-
ratus were negligently main-
tained. In his closing argument
the plaintiff's counsel, in quoting
Shakespeare, said: "I think this
man, like the Jew, Shylock. wai
after the last pound of flesh and
the last drop of blood." Citing
court records to show that judg-
nu nts had been reversed before on
similar grounds, Chief Justice Pot-
ter declared that "there was no
logical reason growing out of the
quoted. Its obvious purpose was
testimony why plaintiff's counsel
should use the language above
to create prejudice. We find no
other error. Judgment reversed,
with costs. New trial granted."
Palestine Finds
Papyrus Records
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
The first complete papyri records
of Palestine ever uncovered, which
throw new light on the Byzantine
occupation of the Holy Land in
the sixth century and which are
expected to be of extraordinary
importance to Christian church his-
torians, have been unearthed at
Ouja Alhafir, near Beorsheba, in
southern Palestine, it was reported
by the American Colt Expedition,
which is affiliated with the Brit-
ish School of Archaeology at Je-
rusalem.
The rich archaelogical find con-
sists of seven rolls bound with
leather thongs, to which are at-
tached some neatly tied papyrus
tapes. Numerous papyri frag-
ments were also discovered in a
chamber adjoining the .'southern
church in the ancient Byzantine
town, the exact name of which is
not yet known. One scroll in good
condition that has been provision-
ally deciphered bears the name of
the Byzantine Emperor Flavins
Anicius Justinus II, who reigned
from 565 to 578 A. D. This doc-
ument, written in cursive Greek,
appears to relate to the daily-
events in the land. More papyri
are expected by the expedition, be-
cause the sandy nature of the site
has preserved them for centuries.
Although no exact indications of
the contents of the papyri are yet
available, it is believed that they
will throw a new floodlight on pre.
Islamic times, particularly on the
era of the Christian rulers of the
Byzantine Empire who governed
Palestine from Constantinople.
HOTELS REPLY
Arabs and Jews
To Divide Work
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
Jews and Arabs will divide on mu-
nicipal works according to local-
ity, according to an agreement,
still unofficial, which has been
reached between the Jewish mem-
bers of the Jerusalem Municipal
Council and Mayor Khalidi. In
the future Jewish laborers will be
employed in Jewish suburbs and
Arab workers will be used in Arab
quarters. In this manner com-
plaints of favoritism will he elim-
inated against the municipal gov-
ernment, and will keep good will
between all citizens.
Following up the editorial last
week regarding the flagrant vio-
lations of Jewish dietary laws
by hotels in this area, presum-
ably "Kosher." the Jewish Flo-
rldian early this week addressed
a complete questionnaire to each
of the following hotels, the re-
ply to which would, if verified,
disclose the true condition of
affairs in each of the hotels:
Biscayne-Collins Hole', Alamac
Hotel, Nemo Hotel, Sea Breese
Hotel, Ocean View Inn. London
Arms Hotel, Hotel Harrison,
Hotel Evans, Floridian Hotel,
Belvedere Hotel. Hotel Helene.
Bitter's Hotel and the May-
flower Hotel.
Prompt and complete replies
were received from the Bis-
Cayne-Colline Hotel. Floridian
Hotel, Ocean View Inn, Alamac
Hotel and Sea Breeze Hotel.
Kach of these hotels pledged co-
operation in the movement, and
invited representatives of the
Jewish Floridian to inspect their
premises.
Representatives of the Jewish
Floridian will visit each of the
hotels during the next week. At
the same time we shall definite-
ly announce the names of those
hotels who by their failure to re-
ply will have placed themselves
within the category of those
who propose to continue to de-
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7. 1936
Vol. 9No. ti
Practical Good Will
The good will movement in this country, dedicated to
improving relations hetween Catholics, Protestants and Jews,
has a good deal of constructive achievement to its credit, hut
a recent incident in Newark, N. J., is by far one of the most
significant by-products of the inter-religious good will ef-
forts.
It appears that several hundred Newark Jews were ten-
dering a testimonial dinner to Mayor Meyer Kllenstein. and
that as a tribute to Mr. Kllenstein Newark Jewry decided to
raise an annual fund of $5,000 to provide scholarships for
Newark students at Yeshiva College. Informed of this schol-
arship pian. Monsignor John (I. Delaney, rector of St. Pat-
rick's Cathedral, Newark, sent a telegram to the gathering
pledging $200 annually to the Yeshiva College scholarship
fund.
This practical demonstration of good will is an encour-
aging sign, and should do much to hearten those who be-
lieve that harmony, amity and understanding between the
three leading creeds in this country can and will be achieved.
London Bulletin
Did you know that King Kdward
Ylll on i 'iiM Idered a public de-
nunciation of Sir Oswald M
anti-Semitic blai .' Sir
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that thi i not hini for ant i-Nazi
forces to be worried about in the
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funeral ce Pi
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ward VIII is on
with man;. Gel mans, he in
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kept a] a i fi om i h Nazi
tion because the li
aw. y if the So> iet Jew-
ish 1 oreign Commii sar was placed
near him For the same i
the King's st i e ban u limit-
ed id royalty And while we'ri
i n Lon remind you of
or, J
I.. Cohen, secretai y and ad\ i
Jewish affairs to one of the much-
publicized three, Simon Marks .
Cohen, some of you may recall,
was '.lie first man to recruit volun-
teers for the Jewish Legion in New
York during the World war .
THE WORLD'S
WINDOW
Co-Operation Is Offered
We are happy to acknowledge the many offers of co-
operation that have come to us as the result of lasl week's'
editorial on hotels in this area. We desire to express om
thanks to Rabbi David 1. Hosenbloom of Miami Beach, who
was one of the first to pledge his support to the effort to in
still honest) and expose those who were misleading the pub-
lic. Much thanks is also due to those hotels of Miami Beach
who very promptly responded by filling out the detailed
questionnaire sent to the thirteen hotel- of Miami Beach,
holding themselves out as observing dietary laws (Kashrus).
Elsewhere in these columns we publish the names of those
to whom the questionnaires were sent and those who have
agreed to help, not only by answering the questionnaire, but
by agreeing to permit representatives of the Jewish Floridian
to inspect their premises so that the answers given by them
could be verified.
We propose in our next issue to definitely advise the
general public of the actual facts disclosed. And we deem
it a special privilege to direct the attention of all honest men
to those hotels who by next week shall by their failure to
reply have placed themselves as without the sphere of up-
right and square dealing with the public, their customers.
Strictly
Confidential
Tidbits from Everywhere
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
Backstage Drama
There's a mystifying angle,
which most of those present
missed, to the introduction of the
resolution endorsing the plan to
raise a huge sum to finance the
exodus of German Jews The
resolution was, as you should re-
member, introduced by William
Rosenwald, youngest son of the
late Julius (Sears, Roebuck) Ros-
enwald, at the Temple Emanu-Ei
reception of the Joint Distribution
Committee for .Sir Herbert Samuel,
Viscount Bearsted and Simon
Marks One paragraph in the
resolution expressed satisfaction
that nothing in the plan contem-
plates any measures which will
facilitate the export of German
goods ... It was at the office of
the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi
League that some one discovered,
in the current issue of the Anti-
Nazi Economic Bulletin, a story
headlined "Sears Roebuck Still
Buying Reich Goods Despite 1934
Pledge" And this is the mys-
terywhether young Rosenwald
doesn't know what his firm is fin-
ing, or whether he introduced ithe
resolution to make amends .
In The Backroom
The New Deal is banking heav-
i ily on Governor Lehman's huge
Jewish following to carry New
j York State for Roosevelt next No-
vember That's why Farley is
putting such terrific pressure on
I Lehman to get him to announce his
i candidacy for re-election as soon as
possible ... If Al Smith really
take- the warpath against FDR in
the presidential campaign Lehman
will be in a tough spot Leh-
man's political debut was sponsor-
ed by Smith and when the Happy
Warrior was governor Lehman was
One of his closest advisers .
Now Lehman will have to choose
between Smith and Roosevelt
The same dilemma faces Governor
Homer of Illinois Turned down
11. nocrats for renomination
In' it undecided whether to make
an independent race and risk the
, ham of splitting his party in a
crucial political year We heat
that Al Smith didn't lake Dr. Hen-
ry Moskowitz's advice to tone down
ech Moskowitz, husband
of Smith's late adviser, Mis. Belle
Moskowitz, different
tactics Robert Mi ex-New
York secretary of i redited
I with having written much of the
I Smith speech Moses is also re-
ported to be urging the Republi-
cans to name Al as their presi-
dential standard-bearer That
meeting between Roosevelt and
Max D. Steuer, who is a Tammany
big-wig. was part of the plan to
make peace between FDR and the
Tiger The National Republican
Committee is plenty worried over
the flood of anti-Semitic literature
being issued by anti-Roosevelt out-
fits Stuff like that has a way
of becoming a boomerang The
State Department didn't like that
plea by Senator King of Utah to
open the gates of America to Ger-
man-Jewish refugees .
"Mobilization"
Bj LUDWIG LEWISOHN
I his coulmn is copyrighted by
(he Seven Artt Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part strictly forbidden. An;
i enl on thi cop
o I wrot .
ha and will neci e-
young
men and women to
an l oul
. its faith
A nd a : o in '
from Bi ooklj n ote in
"What would Mr. Lewisohn
nations
big '.' Or would he, instead,
them full rights as I
of the world V" I have never for-
gotti ii ihose words their pathos,
their utter intellectual confusion,
their dreamy unreality. Yet I sup-
pose they echo well enough the
vague yearnings of thousands after
what they conceive to be freedom,
after something which amid the
concrete realities of life, must turn
out to be either a false form or
formlessness.
"Citizen Of the world'.'" Where
is your world-state? Where is
your federation of man? But let
me for a moment grant you your
wild and rather adolescent dream.
Suppose some day. centuries hence,
there were to lie a co-operative
world of equality and of peace.
Then, more than ever men would
cling to their culture-groups. Be-
cause man cannot live without
form, both group form and individ-
ual form. Universal uniformity
would issue in formlessness, in the
withering away of both civilization
and humanity. Precisely as the in-
dividual must keep his "I" intact
in order to live sanely and fruit-
fully, as peoples, culture-groups
will have to keep their individuali-
ties intact and sharply defined in
order to live and produce. Kxpn
sive literature will never be writ-
ten in E peranto. It may legiti-
mate!) be asked whether the high-
est civilization is not already en-
dangered by the universality of
those mechanical |*vices which.
for instance, bring Hollywood to
in Manchuria. Rem
that the broader your initial ap-
peal, World-wideness mean- mass-
wideness. Mass-widen.
tin' largest common denominator.
It mean- sterility and idiocy and
is. It means the dreadful
scientific hell so superbly deline-
ated by Aldous Huxley in "Brave
New World."
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International News Photos, the
Hearst picture agancy, pulled a
boner in connection with the ar-
rival of that delegation of English
Jews The photo sent out by
INS of Lord Bearsted was really
a picture of his father, the first
Lord Bearsted Speaking of
Bearsted, we can tell you that the
mission which brought him here
with Sir Herbert Samuel and Si-
mon Marks is definitely not con-
nected with any scheme for break-
ing the anti-Nazi boycott .
So much for the dream or the
nightmare. Which does not mean
that I am untrue to the Jewish
vision of an olam haba on earth.
But note what the Prophet says:
"The wolf and the lamb shall feed
together." He does not say: There
shall be neither wolf nor lamb.
All ultimate wisdom is in our
scripture. Search it, if you would
know.
But, unluckily or not, there is
no world-state for your citizen-
ship. So what in fact the young
Jew does who has that vague
yearning after a universality which
dot's not exist is tnis: he aban-
dons his culture-group for another;
he tries to give up his form for
another form ; he sells out his Jew-
ish culture for some other. A
wider, deeper, richer one? Not at
all. Or one more conformable to
his nature? That is impossible.
It is our flesh that fits over our
bones. Not someone else's. What
then in hard and harsh fact does
he do? He apostasises either (1)
an escape from his own '
and culture and pi ople or i
ard some other form and culture
and people (this include; Socia '
I iii which he
B worldly ad-
It ive or i
himself. So if we analyze this
ning after "full rl
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lodern am ood
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a pretty picture. It
real ne.
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iVhat
the
with it ? Why is our
natio tali Bi an
are not I he n ous of
pie-v v nian ol
..' : a nu rous a i the
avi of
Are |he I numerou i as the
Turks? Our nationalism is all
:l ll| i you like < ty. Root-
ed in the m08t glo iOUS spiritual
history among all the families of
mankind, born witness to by sages
and martyrs and confessors
through innumerable iron ages, re-
born in a spirit of peace and love
and benevolence toward all men in
this most bitter and barbaric age
of oppression and of blood, our na-
tionalism, our re-integration with
our people's will and vision, our
Zionist hope and work is the nob-
lest, the highest, the most healing
thing now visible on the horizon
Of mankind's history.
But, of course, I understand my
young Jew better than he under-
stands himself. I have seen the
sane- thing among young Gentiles.
They yearn for a freedom that
does not exi.-t. Unwilling to sub-
mit to the yoke of their inborn
form, they aspire toward formli
ness or merging with ger
existent form thai is not theirs.
Tiny want Atlantis. Thi y wai '
dream-world. Once upon a time
that dream-Atlantis was America.
And remember Goethe's stem
words: "Here or now here Amer-
ica." And how well the Roman-
tics tfndi to I it: "Wher< thou
art not, there is thy happini
Freedom, my young friend
be achieved n< ither by alii
i..... by formlessness. Neither
nor by d
Freedom moans one thing and
thing only: Incorporating ne
sity into your will, affirming the
inevitable from within, being what
you are as profoundly, nobly, pas-
sionately as it is possible to be
that. And what are you? Jews.
Self-affirmation "is freedom and
form; self-negation is slavery and
formlessness. Even the pagan
Greeks knew that a willing obedi-
ence to necessity is the only road
to serenity and freedom. The
Psalmist knew it in a both deeper
and higher sensein our sense. "I
will keep thy Law continually for-
ever and ever (v'othhalchah ba-r'-
chavah) and I shall walk in a wide
space." The King James transla-
tors wrote: "At liberty." The
Vulgate has: "Et Ambulabo in
latitudine." Spaciousness, wideness,
freedomall those ideas are in
that tri-consonantal stem: Resh-
Cheth-Beth. We are free and at
freedom and free of the wideness
of the world when we obey our
law, the law both of our people and
of our being. We by being Jews
were in and of those who created
the I.aw. The Law was theirs and
is ours and will be our childrens.
The Law is in us. The Law is us.
Our freedom of being and obedi-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
Jacksonville News
Plans are proceeding for the an-
nual conference of Senior and Jun-
ior Hadassah of the Southern Re-
gion to be held here February 9th
and 10th, with headquarters in the
Carling Hotel.
Regional officers of Senior Ha-
dassah are Mrs. Sanford Marcus,
Montgomery, Ala., president; Mrs.
Perry Sewel, Memphis, Tenn., first
vice-president; Mrs. L. J. Levitas,
Atlanta, Ga., second vice-president;
Mrs. Joseph Williamson, Miami,
Fla., third vice-president; Mrs. L.
J. I'essins, New Orleans, La.,
fourth vice-president; Mrs. Simon
Rappaport, .Nashville, Tenn., re-
cording vcnlaiy; Mrs. Louis
Kaufman, Montgomery, Ala., cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Amon
li 1 u m berg, Birmingham, Ala.,
treasurer; Airs. ll. Swedlow, Bir-
mingham, Ala., financial secretary.
Junior Hadassah regional offi-
cers are Miss Fannye Schwartz,
ille. Tenn., president; Miss
Bessie Geffen, Atlanta. Ga., first
vice-president; Miss Roalie Brcn-
er, .New Orleans, La., second vice-
president; .Miss Bertha Foster, Sa-
vannah, Ga., third vice-president;
Miss Bead) Goldenblank, Miami,
Fla., fourth vice-president; Miss
Kose Lefkovitz, .Nashville, Tenn.,
corresponding secretary; Miss Hel-
en Tobe, Knoxville, Tenn., record-
ing secretary; .Miss Rebecca Schul-
woife, Montgomery, Ala., financial
. cretary; Miss Raye Jaffe, Mem-
phis, Tenn.. treasurer.
Members of Junior and Senior
Hadassah chapters of this city arc-
working wholeheartedly to make
tiiis convention a success. Chair-
men of the conference are Airs.
Sam Weiss, .Mrs. M. 11. Witteii and
Miss Rae Botkowsky, who are
working with various other com-
mittees.
Sunday and Monday will be oc-
cupied with business sessions and
luncheons held both days. The
guest speaker, Mrs. Alexander
Lamport of New York, is a na-
tionally known figure.
Following the business session
Sunday afternoon, the visitros will
be taken on a sightseeing tour. A
reception will he given Sun.lay ve-
iling by the Temple Sisterhood in
the Temple Home on Si. Johns
ave., for visiting delegates and Ha-
dassah members.
The convention will close with a
banquet and dance .Monday eve-
ning. All sessions, luncheons and
the banquet and dance will be held
in the Carling Hotel.
Orlando Notes
An inspiring address was deliv-
ered by Rabbi Julius Washer of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation who stirred his audience
when he urged them "Live as Jews
. that is our only hope. Too
long have we merely been born as
lews, and died BS Jews. Too often
have we tried by every means pos-
sible to become assimilated and to
forget our Jewishness ... to act
and live as a non-Jew. The time
has come when this can no longer
continue not only because of
ourselves but because of the non-
Jews." Rabbi Washer came to
Orlando especially for the installa-
tion and returned to Miami Mon-
day evening.
Daytona Beach
Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Louis (ts.-insky
have as their guest Mr. 1'hilip Os-
sinsky of Jacksonville.
i arles Sherman and John
Grossman of Hartford and Water-
bury, Conn., arc the hou gue
Of Mr. and Mrs. A. Cms.
Miss Estelle Djmal, who Bpent
the past year in Lake Placid an 1
New York City, returned this
and is with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Djmal.
Tampa Notes
Thp Merry Fellows Club gave a
dance last Sunday night at the
Moulin Rouge. Entertainment was
provided and those in char
ements were Mr. Fred Pol-
ler, Dr. Leon Schwartz, and Mr.
Julius Silverman.
New officers of the dub are Mr.
Sol Pleischman, president; Nat Ra-
binovich, vice-president; Jul
verman, secretary; Dr. -i. Le
Schwartz, tn asurer; Alex Bokor
and Irvin Salsbury, sergeai I
St. Petersburg
Notes
Cong. B'nai Israel holds regular
Friday services at 8 p. ni., and
Saturday services, 9:30 a. m. Rabbi
A. S. Kleinfeld will speak on 'Tra-
dition and Progress" Friday eve-
ning.
Recent arrivals are: Mrs. Ber-
tha Orchin and baby of New York,
visiting her sister, Mis. H. Her-
man, this city; L. Peisner, St
Louis. Mo., visiting Mr. and Mr-.
-Max Davis; Mr. Jake A roiioviu
and Mrs. Charles AronovitZ of
Key West. Fla.
One of the most successful par-
ties ever to be given by the Ladies'
Hebrew sheltering Aid Society
and Home for the Aged was the
benefit dessert bridge party held
recently in the Jacksonville Jew-
ish Center. The money raised will
go into the organization's aid
fund.
In charge of the party were:
Mrs. Fred Soforenko, chairman;
Airs. Oscar Alargol. eo-chairman:
Mrs. Sam Fletcher, Airs. J. Sentler,
Mrs. Perry Kantor. Airs. Sam
(Janice. Airs. Roland J. Krantz.
Homemade Btrudle, cake and tea
Were served.
Tables were arranged for bridge,
poke-no and rummy, and prizes
were awarded to the holders of
high score at each table. Special
prizes wire given to Mrs. .1. Sent-
ler. Air.-. Louis Witten and Airs. I.
Lipson.
Air. and Airs. A. Djmal have as
their guest this season Mai T.
Surure of New York City.
Miss Marian Levey, who vaca-
tioned in New York City the a-:
live weeks, is home.
The Women's Auxiliary of Ro-
noph Sholom Temple held a
:i; bridge party January 2
ihe home of Airs. Ben Haimovitz,
2406 Watrous ave. Quite a lar
Crowd attended.
The dance given by the Judaic
Council at the Women's Club was
Tampa and n. ar-
by cities ire well represente I.
Cor the affair were Airs.
II. Mogil, A. A. Esrick, I.. Rubin,
Celia Rubin. Chairman of enter-
tainment committee was Miss
Alary Aluani-.
Mr. and Airs. Louis Nelson have
as their truest Air S. Rarosh of New
York City.
Air-. George Liebman and Airs.
Louis Nelson were in New York
City recently on buying trips.
The Progressive Club resumed
meetings this week, gathering at
the home of Miss Mollie Stein
Tuesday night. The club has in-
vited the Progressive Club of
Jacksonville to be its guests.
Airs. Jacob Wittner, summer
round-up chairman for county !'.-
T. A., has information and regis-
tration matereial for the local
tration material for the local
1936 round-up opened the first of
the month and Airs. Wittner hop -
all elementary associations in the
county will participate .
The round-up is a physical ex-
amination of children preparing to
enter school in the fall, designed
to -end the entering grade school
children as free as possible from
!i mediable defer;..
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
Society held a card party Sunday,
February '.. .Many tourists at-
tended, therefore it was a social
and financial SCUCCesS. The host-
esses of the evening were Mrs.
Hell llernier and Edna Morrison of
Pittsburgh, Pa.
A musical play, ''The Dancing
Princess," sponsored by the Wal-
lace Dancing Academy, which was
anged by Airs. O. Silverman for
the benefit of the building fund,
will be held -Monday evening at 8
o'clock, February 10th, at the Mir-
ior Lake High school auditorium.
Al. Leonard Pepper and Leo Ros-
enblum are University of Florida
Btudenti spending a brief vacation
home, in between semester.-.
Air.-. Abe Alaas was elected to
serve her twenty-fifth year as
president of the children's home
at the annual meeting recently.
The rummage sale of the Daugh-
ters of Israel will be reopened
shortly, it was announced by Mrs.
Joseph Hnckcl, president. The pur-
pose of the sale is to furnish funds
for the Hebrew instruction of the
Jewish Center.
All members are asked to co-
operate with Mrs. Hackel, Mrs. Ida
Feldman, Mrs. H. Weiss and Mrs.
I. Moskovitz and Mrs. II. Hammer-
stein.
The marriage ol .Miss Ethel
Kushner, daughter of -Mrs. Sarah
Kushner, daughter of Airs. Sarah
Goldberg, and Sain Joseph Senter
of Montgomery, Ala., son of Mr.
and -Mrs. Abe Senter. was solem-
nized in an impressive service per-
formed in the home of the bride's
mother Sunday afternoon by Rabbi
Al. D. Margolis.
Miss Miriam Fzzes, Harold
Bzzes and Lee Lazarus presented
a program of nuptial music as the
guests assembled and during the
ceremony.
Following the marriage ceremo-
ny a reception was held for the
wedding guests. After the recep-
tion Mr. and Mrs. Senter left on a
wedding trip to Miami and the
West Coast of the state, planning
to make their home on the com-
pletion of their trip in Montgom-
ery, Ala.
Daytona Reach. Fla.With the
north turn virtually completed,
| marked progress has been report-
ed by Itvor&men excavating the
four-mile beach-road course for
Daytona's 250-mile national chom-
poinship Stock car automobile race.
i Sunday, .March iS.
t
A corps of tractors, grader- and
i laborers swung into action late last
j week to groom the course for its
acid test. The proposed rollle ill-
croporates the smooth long
stretches of the beach, a paved
road and bisecting turns at the
| north and south extremities.
Preliminary operations have been
concentrated on the north, or upper
turn, in order to accommodate pros-
pective entrants with a temporary
'testing (.'round. Both turns, which
pass through a sand dune 20 feet
high, will be surfaced with a com-
position of smoothly crushed stone
and sand.
.Miss Charlotte Cracowaner,
daughter of Mrs. 1. Cracowaner,
was graduated at the University
of Tampa last week. Miss I
waner received a normal school di-
ploma.
Airs. Frank Feinstein ami daugh-
ters, Aline and Helen of New 'lor1.
City, are guests of Airs. Fein
stein's parents, Air. and .Mr-. I
Reppa. Another daughter, Mrs.
Ackerman, who was the former
Aiiss .Minnie Reppa. and her hus-
band left for Cuba and will return
in a few weeks.
A playlet entitled "Laugh, Peo-
ple, Laugh," especially written by
-Mr. J. Adler (H. Kovner), will be
given by distinguished artists on
February 28rd, s p. m., at the
Cong. B'nai Israel auditorium.
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Inin, and junior basketball.
WednesdayI'! veiling, meeting
of Boy Scouts and women's' nil
in the gym.
ThursdayMeeting of dramatic
group and Pinochle Club.
Friday Afternoon, meeting of
junior Girls' Club; evening, reli-
gious services at temple and syn-
agogues.
TAMPA Y. M. II. A.
The schedule of activities for the
coming week is as follows:
Sunday Morning, senior bas-
ketball team; afternoon, junior bas-
ketball team; evening, bowling.
.MondayAleeting of co-eels and
Camera Club.
TuesdayAfternoon, class in
tap and acrobatic dancing for chil-
Tampa. Sunday. Feb. 9, will
be Major Bowes's day in Tampa
with a special free entertainment
program presented by the State
Fair in front of the grandstand
and the broadcasting of the ama-
teur program, which is dedicated
to this city, over a special sound
system.
Over 20,000 people are expected
to gathfc- in the grandstands for
the free Sunday night program in
honor of Major Bowes.
Think, Work
and Smile
By JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph. I).
I have asked a few questions in
previous articles under this head-
ing which no one has as yet an-
swered. I am now going to ask
one or two questions and try to
answer them myself, in the hope
thai someone will object to the an-
swer and thus show some sign of
Jewish life.
Someone admired the quiet dig-
nity of the Reform Jewish serv-
ices, as compared with the noisy,
indecorous services of other modes
of worship "Yes," said the ob-
jector, "but that is the peace and
quietude of death." At least there
was an answer of some kind.
The quarrel between Chasidism
and Misnagdiism, fierce as it was,
showed that both sides had adher-
ents that were alive. That dispute
was never settled. Chasidism em-
phasized the emotional life of Ju-
daism; the Misnagdim emphasized
the intellectual side of Judaism.
Naturally there were strong ad-
herents to both sides. Nothing,
however, was decided or gained
until the Haskalah movement, the
movement of Enlightenment, the
common enemy of both, brought
the two camps together. Of course,
| the enemy is not always an en-
' emy, and the friend isn't always a
friend. The so-called enemy is
needed to make both parties un-
derstand each other better.
In this country we believe in
! Democracy! And yet democracy
without an oligarchy, or autocracy
, even, there is little chance for de-
| mocracy to function. Why ? Be-
cause! Because masses never
think, and never act, and never
guide. It is the party, and the
party leader, the politician that
ieads. Yes, that much maligned
politician! Without him this coun-
try could not function. The poli-
tician is interested in the govern-
ment, or misgovernment of the
country. The average citizen
votes, and then he is through-
Somebody must care, must govern,
must take an interest. We expect
the politician to be honest, and
govern us, and we are happy in
our expectation.
We have the same problem with-
in the Jewish group. We have an
American Jewish Committee and
we have a Jewish Congress. Both
are necessary! The one, the com-
mittee, works and leads for the
welfare of the masses; the other,
the congress, functions in a way
that makes the masses believe
they are doing something. Even
the congress must have a leader,
or leaders, or nothing will be done!
It is my belief that a country,
j a movement, a religious body, is
ruled by leaders, not by masses.
The masses MAY occasionally give
a suggestion, but for the leaders
to listen to the various suggestions
.would send the leaders to the in-
sane asylums. The outcry of the
masses may occasionally contain
a valuable suggestion, but it is
the leader who must understand
that outcry, and be able to con-
vert it into a plan for action.
For many years I did not be-
lieve in Carlysle's Heroes and Hero
Worship, but maturer reflection on
events of history and present day
life strengthens the conviction that
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIA.N
Friday, February 7. :


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The Purim play and entertain-
will be given March Hth.
Mr. Feller, Miami University
student, i now In charge of one
of the classes in the Religious
school.
Kaylette Smith and Sterling La-
vine gave a presentation of the
commandments.
The library received $3.60 last
week from birthday contributions.
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and may be had at the
Temple, or from any ol
mittee. Mr. Abe Aronovita i:
chairman of thi- affair. I'
pected to be an evening of n
liability and pleasure.
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Judaism will work among Jews
who are : ; minded.
Democracy must include the life
of the spirit.
Religion must include the life
of material wants.
Think, Work
And Smile
(Continui 5)
ihe man who can, the man who
that doi thii al leads
and helps the II
How long a Democracy can exist
depends on how big an- the min
who make up the citizenship of
the Democracy. If the men are
big enough to understand the sin
cerity and the earnestness and wil-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seven
Society
Mr. Leon Sher, prominent com-
munal worker and for many years
president of the Knesseth Israel
Synagogue of Louisville, Ky., ar-
rived here this week to spend the
winter season with his son, Jake
Sher, president of the West Flag-
ler Kennel club.
Rabbi Jacob Greenberg, dean of
the Beth Midrash Latorah, Chica-
go Theological Seminary, is a guest
in Miami Beach, where he will
spend several weeks on his annual
winter vacation.
Boris Schlachman, executive di-
rector of the Y. M. H. A., was the
guest speaker of the Redlands
Lion club last Tuesday night at
Homestead. Following an address
on Jewish conditions today, Di-
rector Schlachman sang several
Jewish selections at the request of
the guests. He was then given a
rising vote of thanks.
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urday, and will be followed by brief
addresses by visitors from differ-
ent parts of the country.
The Rambling
Reporter
By JEAN EPSTEIN
Well, here we are basking in
the sun, and some people are freez-
ing ... If you want to make a
hit with your best gal, take her
to the Ploridian and have Jimmy
Little sing "When Irish Eyes are
Smiling," and dance to Freddy
Berrens and his orchestra she will
Rabbi Freed Here
On Yeshiva Tour
At the late Friday night services
this evening at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, beginning
at 8:80 o'clock, Rabbi Julius Wash- !
er will preach on "The Song of the ;
Freemen." The usual congrega-,
ional chanting and singing will be I
had. Saturday morning the Rabbi
will preach in Yiddish. The Shalosh
Saudah will be held at 5 p. m., Sat-
An interesting meeting of the
Junior Hadassah will be held Mon-
day evening, Feb. 10th, at 8 p. m.
Plans for the annual Donor's' Din-
ner will be discussed. Miss Pauline be vours *" Wednesday
Laskv will present a book review. n,Rnt at ,he Ploridian Marine bar
Miss Irma Bernstein will give I ,hea,t"r- three Ritz Bros. Belle
readings. All members and friends '1{aker and B- B- B- were a" **
are urged to attend. of Al (;,,l<|nian. and a better host
i you can't find anywhere Berry
Representing the Miami Unit of |Collins- ,nc" is P*lf another
Junior Hadassah at the annual Solariun> at Ocean drive and .".th
st. ami they will give you the
Rabbi Mayer Freed of New York
arrived last Thursday as a repre-
sentative of the Rabbi Isaac El-
chanan Yeshiva and Yeshiva Col-
Southern Regional Conference of
Junior Hadassah being held in
Jacksonville, are Miss Sylvia Kav-
is, president of Miami Unit, Miss
Beatrice Goldenblank, chairman of
Fund Raising in the Southern Re-
gion, Mrs. Murry Grossman, and
Mrs. Sol Rotfort.
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So the Pavilion on the .Million Dol-
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What with Frances Fay singing
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Jack White, the ace comedian, as
master of ceremonies. Satch and
Satchel doing their famous num-
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Satch and Satchel turned the floor
over to Attorney General David
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winter season their niece, Miss Syl-
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A special meeting of the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation will be held
nan Yeshiva, and Yeshiva College
at New York, with Dr. Bernard
Revel as its dean and president,
was founded by a group of enthu-
siastic traditional Jews some years
ago, and has developed as the most
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in this country, but even in the
world at large. With the estab-
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several years ago it has combined
the study of Jewish law and culture
with the general study of science
in distinctly Jewish surroundings.
On its faculty are some of the
most outstanding Jewish as well as
non-Jewish scientists, many of
whom have served without pay for
long periods of time to help in the
success of these Jewish ideals. Dr.
Bernard Revel recognized today as
one of the most outstanding Jew-
ish scholars, has directed its activ-
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training Rabbis, but for the educa-
tion of Jewish laymen in higher
Jewish learning and general scien-
tific training.
Beth David Sisterhood is spon-
soring a benefit bridge party next
Wednesday evening, February 12,
beginning at 8 o'clock, with Mes-
J. Lang and Mendel Schein-
berg as the hostesses. The affair
will be held at Beth David Talmud
To rah Auditorium. Prizes will bo
awarded for high scores and re-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Society
A -pecial meeting of B'nai B*rith
Lodge will be held at Beth David
Talmud Torah Hall next Tu.
evening, February 11th. when a
social meeting will be enjoyed. One
of the features of the evening will
be the unusual occurrence of a
family group being initiated into
membership. Comprising the group
will be three sons and two sons-in-
law of Mr. S. J. Spector, one of
Miami's prominent communal
workers. Mr. \V. Friedman is in
charge of a cultural program that
will be presented to include sev-
eral vocal and instrumental num-
bers and an address on the socio-
logical work of the B"nai B'rith
organization in the South, by
Stanley C. Myers, a past president
of the lodge. All members and
friends are urged to attend. Re-
freshments will be served.

Barney Hanson of the Hanson
Roofing Co., one of the oldest roof-
ing firms in the city, is receiving
congratulations on the splendid
work completed by the firm on both
new and old jobs during the most
successful season the company has
had. Mr. Hanson is one of the
pioneers in the roofing business
in Dade County.
*
The Sisterhood of Chesed Shel
Ernes is sponsoring a card party
at the Mare Vista apartments, 202 .
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Mon-
day afternoon, February 10th, be-
ginning at 2 o'clock. Mrs. L. Sho-
piro and Mrs. William Shopiro will
be the hostesses. Members and
friends are urged to attend. Prizes
will be awarded for high scores and
refreshments will be served.

The Miami chapter of Senior Ha-
dassah will hold its regular meet-
ing next Monday afternoon, Feb-
ruary 10th, at the Royal Palm Club
with Mrs. Joseph Williamson pre-
siding. Mr-, Isidor Weinstein will
deliver a monologue on the new
Hadassah Palestine project, the
"Youth Aliyah Movement." Mrs.
Charles Feldman will present a
book review. Mrs. Charles Gold-
stein of Boston will sing M-veral
selections and will be accompanied
at the piano by Mrs. I.. I.askin. All
visiting Hadassah members are
urged to attend.
*
A splendid record of tales has
been established in the short time
of it- existence by the Auto Radio
Saks and Service, with headquar-
ters at lJ-;:s \". E. Second ave. The
organization is headed by the pop-
The importance of trees as a
factor in agricultural development
was realized more than a genera-
tion ago when the Jewish National
Fund, which has become the prin-
cipal Jewish afforestation agency
,n BretS Israel, first started activ-
ity. During the ensuing period it
has planted neaily (wo million
trees.
Plain Talk
(Continued from Last Week)
ALVIN WALDER
Jews to their fate; for in all the
times we have seen Jews surviv-
ing all the deaths that were de-
creed against them. The power
of their oppressors became only
dust in a desert or was reduced to
the relic of a brass button in a
museum case; but Jews nave lived.
From these things which we
have seen springs our laith that
in his evil the oppressor (even the
most powerful) carries his own
death, that when Hitler's name is
for execration in Germany, Jews
will be performing their honorable
part as citizens of Germany.
Until the time of deliverance
they will suffer, but they them-
selves would not desire that on
their account all Jewish life be
made to suffer the affliction of
Nazi bondage, that all the world
be made to suffer the affliction of
Nazi power strengthened by Jews.
We shall not pay.
We shall not deal with black-
mailers.
We shall not make ourselves
slaves to Hitler.
We shall not fail in our duty as
members of the human family that
Friday, February 7, 1936
fears the increasing power of the
Nazi criminals.
Try th
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many Jewish friends to visit the
store and inspect the new radio
models and complete equipment of
the company.
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The New Year of Trees, or Rosh
Hashana le'Eilonoth, to be cele-
brated this year on Feb. 9th, or a
day later than 15th Shevat, which
comes on a Saturday, will have *
special significance in Palestine.
It will mark the end of a year sing-
ularly blessed with plantingthe
King Alexander (of Yugoslavia)
Memorial Wood last spring and the
King George V Jubilee Forest last
month; both of them overlooking
the Plain of Esdraelon, "backbone
of Jewish agriculture."
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Car Waste Oil?
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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Miami, Fin.. Jan. 2.">. 1936.
X- required bj section 12. Chapter SSS6, of Ihe Act! of 1907. I. or one ..f m>
deputia "hnl be nt the following plane on the dale. purpeae ol rociving To. Returns for the >enr 1916:
Ojua
Mid I ich
North Miami
Hi e: :n- P
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Hiak-ah
Miiimi Shorn Village
Oca Locka
Hi I
1918 Red Road
Coral G. bleu
Smith Miami
K. ndall
Perrlne
Goulda
Silver Palm
Rcdlandi
Princeton
v orida I
Homestead
MIAMI
receive apphrahon. while we ei< vi.iting the precinct.. '"""* "I"
Intangible Return, -hould .1 o he filed by tho.e owning .eeuritie. and who are
legal reaidant- of thl-1 State: othenrlM they would he ,bie th* .. ~.,m",I
of thla off.ee under the prOTl ona of the Intangible Act of 1931. """
Very reapcrtfully.
J. N. LUMMUS, JR.
Assessor of Taxes, Dadt County, Florida.
Pel i-. 1 II !. :00 AM Sel ool Hi 1
li I). I-. r 36 10:00 AM Town '
Feb. 18, 1936 11:00 A M Town Hull
Ken : 1986 1 :00 I'M Town l!
Ken 1-. 1986 J :00 I'M Ediaon School 11
Fob 18 1986 3 ::'." I'M 1 Mull
l.l. It II 86 1180 I'M Pirat Slut,- Hank Bids-,
Feb. in. 1:00 AM Town Hull
1,1, lv. 1986 11 :00 AM Town Hull
1.1 in, 1886 1 lOfl I'M city Hall
Ken 1'.'. 1986 2:00 I'M Jonea Grocery Store
lei, IB, 1 ::!; a mo I'm City Hall
Ken. 20. 11 :',i; 'i :iln AM Town Hall
Fil,. L'". 1986 lo:00 AM I). H. Dice Grocery Stort
F, b. no, 1986 11:00 AM Barflald'a Store
Feb. to, 1986 1 ..... I'M Goulda Grower.. Inc.
1 b K0, 1'.1:111 3 :00 PM Itetter Food Store
Feb. 21. 1986 10:00 AM Woman's Club
1 eb. -'1. 1986 11:00 AM J. B. Ca.h Store
1 eb, 21. 1986 1 :00 PM Town Hall
Keb. 11, 1986 t :"0 I'M City Hall
.Inn. 1, 1986 B:00 AM through
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