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The Jewish Floridian ( January 29, 1937 )

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wJewisti Floridian COMBIHING Y/h MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1937 Price Five Cents An Open Letter JOINT J. I). C. AND U. P. A, DRIVE SETS $50,000 GOAL I,i the Jewish Hotel Keeper I Restaurant Operator, Miami Beach. Fla. I,I 'ii Ili-mcn: We want to express our sincere thanks to those f you, recognizing your duly to the general Jewish public, replied promptly to the questionnaire regarding your kash. s, -ent you about ten days ago. We want to advise, in terms that are unmistakable, that there are several among you who have not vet replied: these will include, we are reasonably certain, a number Mm will plead various excuses after due publicity will have been given their names. The Jewish Horidian has no ulterior motives in sending these questionnaires. It is doing: this out of a sense of public duty and because the Jewish public wants to know the true facts. We do not want to do injustice to any hotel or restaurant keeper who is actually keeping kosher, but because of negligence has neglected to reply to the questionnaire sent him. We want these honest men to reply immediately. As to those who are unfair and misrepresenting the facts, and these include a number who are known to be purchasing meats and poultry that are non-kosher, it shall be our happy duty in the next issue to advise the general public of facts which have been furnished us. If the hotel keeper or restaurant desires to serve non-kosher foods and so advises his public and clientele, that is his privilege. We have no fault to find with them. We do and shall vigorously Object to hotels and restaurants serving ireifah meats and poultry and telling the public they are kosher. Our time limit will be up next week; we shall accept no excuses. The public and we will be fully justified in assuming that there is something wrong with those hotels and restaurants that will not have replied to our questionnaire by llu-n. Sincerely. THE EDITOR. B'nai B'rith Ends Sessions The World's Window oca! William Taradash Heads L_ Committee to Raise Relief Funds for Sufferers Masliansky to Speak Monday The monthly cultural meeting i ired by the Zionist district of eater Miami on Monday, February 1st, at Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, beginning at 8 p. m., with the world-renowned Yiddish orator and Zionist leader, Rev. Zvi Hirsch Masliansky, as the speaker. Rev. Masliansky : more than sixty years in every part of the world addressed aud'in behalf of the Zionist movement, ami for the past several : ars lived in 1'aestine. returning to the United States only recently. Rabbi Max Shapiro, president of the district, will preside, with addresses being made by Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner and Dr. Abraham Wolfson. A reading of "Esther" will be given by Miss Adele "A local campaign to raise |50,000, forming a part of the national campaign of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and the United Palestine Appeal, will IMlaunched her i February 15," it was announced today by William Taradash, chairman of the campaign. "American Jews are rallying to the reconstruction and relief of three million of their brethren facing economic destruction in Poland." said Taradash, "The courage of thl.e unhappy people we shall endeavor to sustain. As many as can be helped to emigrate will l>e aided in this way. "There are about 400,000 .lews in Germany at present; 200,000 left already. It is estimated that about 20,000 Jews can leave (lermany each yea'for years to come. This means that however terrible the conditions there, as many as 250,000 must remain. The Joint Distribution Committee, which is the foremost organization in America for sending aid to Jews in Central and Eastern Kurope, was instrumental in organizing the Central Committee for Reconstruction and Relief in Berlin. Through this Berlin committee the greater part of German Jewish self-help efforts are co-ordinated. "This central committee in Berlin and its affiliated organizations. to which the Joint Distribution committee send money, have already helped 20,000 Jewish youths to prepare themselves for farm work and trades at which they can be self-supporting. It has advised so.Olio people on problems of emigration. It has helped thousand; of impoverished people by small credits extended through 55 districts and local free loan institutions. It has provided schooling for 20,000 Jewish children excluded from other schools and totally barred from higher education. "In refugee countries such as France, Holland, Czechoslovakia and other East European countries, the Joint Distribution Committee has aided national committees helping refugees from Germany, Polnnd and other countries. To these people in Eastern Europe the Joint Distribution Committee and the. help it brings are the sole light in a desperate situation. unimaginable; many live in damp cellars and garrets open to the weather places which would be thought uninhabitable in this coun. try. WILLIAM TRADASH "By receiving small loans as small as SS in many cases the impoverished workers are enabled to stay in business, pay government license fees and buy the materials necessary for continuance of their trades. Their poverty is Siegel. The public is invited to attend, as this will probably be the only public appearance of Rev. Masliansky during his stay in Miami. -While the doors of most countries in Europe anil elsewhere ate completely shut to them, the pel •ecuted Jews of Germany, Poland and Rumania have found a r.-w home in Palestine. Palestine, which is being reclaimed from barrenness and .sterility, has already absorbed more than 100,000 Jews in the past three year.-, and its increasing immigration has served to bring about an even greater absorptive capacity. "As world Jewry faces the supreme task of a new exodus," sai I Taradash. "Palestine stands ready to welcome the largest number of unfortunate Jews who are the victims of tyrrany and despotism. the work iii Palestine is being done through the instrumentality of the United Palestine Appeal, which is the other part of the United Jewish Campaign being conducted in Miami at present. "The officers of the campaign %  l-e as follows: Chairman. William Taradash; vice-chairmen, Har-y Markowltz, Harry Sirkin; treasurer, D. J. Apte; secretary, Max Orovitz; chairman of board, Philip Libernian; chairman of publicity committee, Harry Simonhoff; chairmen of business nun's division, Mark Max (for Miami), Sol Goldstrom (for Miami Beach); chairmen of hotel division, Joseph X. Morris, Harry Sirkin; chairmen of apartment house division, Archibald Slatoff, Leo Eiienstein; members of board, Morris Alpert, Jacob Becker, Samuel Blank, B. Bron&ton, Isidor Cohen, H. M. Drevich, Jacob Fabian, Herbert U. Feibelman, Edward Feltman. QeorgO Goldberg, Sol Goldstrom, Rabbi J. H. Kaplan, Rabbi A. Kellner, Moses Krieger, Abraham Kronenfeld, Isaac Levin, Arthur I. Levine, GerAL the annual meeting of thl executive board of the Supreme Lodge of B'nai B'rith. whose sessions were concluded late last Thursday evening at the Floridian Hotel, Miami Beach, important resolutions regarding the work of the order were adopted. Among these resolutions are those requiring the removal of the headquarters of the order to Washington. D. C, during 1987; the granting of larger subsidies to llillel Foundation work, the Anti-Defamation League, and] for vocational guidance work of the A. Z. A. (Junior B'nai B'rith work). The appointment of a commission to go to Mexico to investigate conditions affecting Jewry there was authorized, and the members of the commission will be announced I shortly. The redistricting of the order was referred to a committee consisting of the presidents of the seven district grand lodges of the order in the United States. Final sessions of the executive board of the Supreme Lodge of B'nai B'rith were concluded with a gala banquet at the Floridian Hotel, Miami Beach, last Thursday night, attended by more than six hundred guests. Mr. Isaac Levin, past president of the Miami lodge. was toast master. The banquet began with the singing of the Hatik vo and "America." and the invocation by Rabbi Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan. Brief addresses were made by llynian S. Jacobs, vice-president of district No. r > Julius Peyser, president of district 4; J. Bernstein of district 3, and Mrs. M. (Continued on Page 7) Another Reason By LUDWIG LEWISOHN This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement will be prosecuted. SHALL WE RISE TO HIE (ALL A, .lews, persecuted throughout the ages, hounded from land to land, always at the mercy of the hordes, we have grown to appreciate suffering so that when we hear the calls of our fellow men, the cries of the suffering and their anguished wailing, we realize the gravity and unhesitatingly respond to the call. Suffering is great throughout the flooded areas. As citizens, as Jews, as human beings, we of this area will not remain deaf to the calls of the Red Cross for help. Many of our prominent citizens have already responded to the call many are working to help raise funds. We want to impress upon our Jewish community that it is the dut) of each and every man. woman and child to respond and contribute to the Red Cross according to their means, for have not our great sages laid down the law: "Even he that receive! h charity must give charity." Jews in the past have risen to the call for aid, we know they will again do their bit. (Continued on Page 8) : %  : ... :%  '\^-' % %  %  %  %  %  \ In recent weeks I have been rereading Freud. It is a very great experience. Things remain as they were. The world is evil. But insight makes the evil of the world more tolerable. Happy is he, said the Roman poet, who is able to know the causes of things. He will be free. Free of fear; free of delusion. He will be liberated from false and childish hopes and entertain those only which lie in the direction of what is possible to such a creature as man. Wherein lies the core of the discovery and the teaching of Sigmund KYeudV I know no better and brief formulation than that which Thomas Mann gave in the discourse which he delivered at Vienna last spring in honor of Freud's eightieth birthday. "I believe the innermost kernel of the teaching of analytical psychology to be the revelation of the secret 1 identity of the T and the world, of being and happening, in the recognition of the apparently objective and accidental as a contrivance of the soul of man." In other words: Character is fate; men create their own destiny; they are responsible; history is shaped according to the soul. When the soul is well and good we have freedom, peace, wellbeing; when the soul is sick we have the servile state, armament races, poverty. Let us take up one aspect of the matter. "Men are but children of a larger growth." That has always been recognized, as the line of Dryden which I quote shows. Few among the sons of Adam attain a true maturity. They are uncertain of themselves. They are weak. They are swayed by every emotion and every wind of doctrine. They have no self-reliance. Hence they yearn constantly for a state analogous to the state of the ; r biological childhood, when the father ruled, protected, dictated. Then they were secure. Their needs were automatically supplied. If they obeyed they were free of the miseries of choice and responsibility. All through life they want and need a father. The father-image haunts them. But they are huge creatures now and supposed to be the masters and shapers of their fate. So they invent fatherimages and father-substitutes and father-ideas—something on which they can lean, someone who will decide for them and take from them the pain and responsibility of decision. All men are constituted thus. All men in a greater or less I degree need the father-image. The question is: What and whom do they choose as a father-image? To (Continued on Page 3)



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Page Two THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, January 29, 1937 The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is sponsoring one of its series of card parties for the henefit of it.' Talmud Torah fund on Sunday evening, January .list, beginning at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Wil. Ham Clein, lRfil) S. W, Fourth st. Hostesses for the evening will be Mi-. Jack Hirsch, president, and the Ladies' Auxiliary. Prizes will be awarded for high scores at each table and refreshments will be served. The public is urged to attend. • What promises to be one of the outstanding events of the current Beason is the annual ball and dance of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation at the Floridian Hotel, Miami Beach, on Sunday evening, March 7th. Full details will appear soon. • • • An Important meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be | held at the synagogue next Tuesday evening. February 2nd, at 8 o'clock. Important announcements will be made. All members and friends are urged to attend. Miss Norma Simpson a -indent at the University id' Alabama. wit-a visitor to her parents, Mr. and Backer; welfare, .Mr-. Bernard SiMrs. Julius Simpson, during the m0 n, Mrs. Albert Bacher and Mrs. w ek-end. Bert Green; sick. Miss Bertha Mendelson and Mrs. Mitchel KupDr. Ben /.ion Mossinsohn, noted per berg; decorations. Mrs. Sadye Zionist leader, was the speaker at (;. Hose. Miss Bertha Mendelson eting of several representative and Jack Schwartz; refreshments, Citizens on the yacht of Mr. Philip Mrs, Dena Damn. Mrs. R. Silberand the United Palestine Appeal towards the fifty-thousand-dollargoal set by the local committee. Young Judea Club will sponsor a bazar soon in Temple Israel under the direction of Miss Adelc Siegel, sponsor. • Mrs. Nathan Markowitz entertained Sunday at her home, 1321 Coral Way, Coral Gables, complimenting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Needleman of Indianapolis, Ind. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brody and Mrs. Ben Gartenberg of St. Louis Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pannenberg and Mrs. Albert Fishbein of Chicago, and Mrs. Uriel HerwitZ of Indianapolis. • Mis. Sydney Palmer, worthy matron of Kmunah chapter, O. E, S., has appointed the following committees to serve during the year: Finance, Mrs. Charles Beckwitt, -Mrs. I. I.. Reisman and Albert Rabbi Azrael Epstein, accompanied by Mrs. Epstein, arrived here this week to spend several months at Kraemer's Kosher Dining Room and Hotel. Rabbi Epstein is the dean of the Chicago Jewish rabbinate and president of the "MerLiberman last Sunday. Following the address of the guest and brief talks by Mr. Liberman and others, five thousand dollars was raised for the joint drive of the .1. I). C. sr*v V flA0ttR£.8'J FlAOirs LA'J'AV.-hom2 iSil Sun.-Mon.-Tues.-Wed. Jan. 31—Feb. 1-2-3 Randolph Scott—Rinnic Barnes Henry Wilcoxon—Bruce Cabot Heather Angel LAST OF THE MOHICANS V tK A VGNUt r N.W.7 r h Ave.£5i*'S'.Phon*?SSSl Sun.-Mon., Jan. 31-Feb. 1 Barbara Stanwyck—Robert Taylor Jean Hersholt—Joseph (alleia HIS BROTHER'S WIFE stein, Mrs. Annie Pepper, Mrs. Dora Gerson, Mrs. Minnie Engler and -Mrs. Ethel Bernstein. The register committee is composed of Mrs. Beckwitt. Mrs. Rose, Mis. Anne Reisman and Mrs. Philip S imberg. Publicity is in charge of Mrs. Simon. The examining committee will be in charge of all the past matrons ;md patrons of the chapter. Mr. and wlrs. Jos. Brenner daughter of Roanoke, Va., are house guests of their sister brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. than Adelman. • • • Mr. and the anil Nature was on the life of the philosopher. Next Saturday and the following eight consecutive Saturdays the philosophy of Spinoza will be I discussed. In harmony with Spinoza's conception of an infinite universe, the 1 Spinoza group meets every Wednesday evening to study astronomy. A telescope has been ordered to and Mrs. Louis Cohen of Unable a study of the stars and Baltimore, Md.. are spending the ; r p i anet more accurately. Charles vacation at the Hotel Evans, Miami ,,. .,,.,., we ,, known Beach. Accompanying them arc Mr. Dave Scholtz of Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Cohen is a leader in the chaz Harabonim," the association of Orthodox rabbis there. He is the oldest rabbi in that area and one of the leaders in the communal life of Chicago, where he has occupied the pulpit for more than forty years. • The largest gathering of the season attended last Saturday to hear the "Tales of Hoffman" and the first of a course of ten lectures on "The Life and Philosophy of Ben-. edict Spinoza." The opening lee; U t '" SQ A, .''' nC Jud e > movie s,i • who entertained the crowd togethbrated their sixteenth wedding anniversary Friday evening with a dinner party in the main dining room of the Hotel Evans. Their small son, Robert, started the celebration by cutting the beautiful cake, which was presented to the couple by Mr. and Mrs. Evans. The anniversary dinner was attended by the Evans family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Berlinger, Mr. and Mrs. S. (iultenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen, all of New York; Mrs. Rose Friend of Bell Harbor and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Getlin of Miami. • • One of the grandest gestures to help suffering was made during the week by Jacob Sher and William Huntley. genial owners of the Wesl Flagler Kennel Club, when they Btaged a special race for the benefit of the flood sufferers in the Ohio valley, where the worst flood in history has been raging. The track's percentage, which amounted to a considerable sum from the special race, was immediately sent north. West Plagler's attendance and mutue! play has been one of the outstanding features of the season. The beautiful oval has been leading all Hacks in Florida in mutuel play. During the last week Big Laddie and Katherine Darling both won important victories, though both also met defeat. Tempest, owned by Bob Carroll, scored over Big Laddie, as did Ollie Ostendorf's Glider. A record smashing crowd turned features at the oval. Saturday night a three-dog match between Big Laddie, Glider and Tempest will be staged. • • At services in Beth David Synagogue tomorrow morning there wil be a double ceremony when Jerry Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Robinson, and Leroy Levy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levy, will become Bar Mitzva. Both will recite the Haftoro and speak briefly. Rabbi Max Shapiro will then preach. Following the services the parents will be hosts at a reception in the Talmud Torah hall. Rabbi Samuel Segal of Chicago, executive director of the Chicago Theological Seminary for the past level, years, arrived here Wednesday in the interests of the institution which is celebrating its fifteenth anniversary this week. Accompanying him is Rabbi Benjamin A. Daskal of the Rodfei Zedek Con gregation of Chicago, who will address several important meetings during his stay in Miami. Mr. I. Roth, prominent communal worker of Miami Beach, is now at his home, following at stay at the Alton Road Hospital. He will he happy to greet his many friends. Next Thursday evening, February 4th, s. Yanowsky, prominent Yiddish author and lecturer, will be the guest speaker at a meeting sponsored by the educational department of the Workmen's Circle, beginning at 8:30 o'clock. The publie is invited to attend. Only a nominal charge will be made. er with Sam I.evinson. 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< Friday, January 29, 1937 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti fHondian ll imllusuvi Y TV, isll WHIIV I LOtUDA S ONLY .^WISH WKElO-Y PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING P. O. P.01 2973 News Tower Bldg. Miami, Ha. EDITORIAL OFFICES: 621 S. W. 15th Avenue CO. Phone 2-5304 Phnne 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCHKT, Editor FKED K. SHOCHKT. Circui: tio Manager BERNARD MORGENSTERN Field Representative | II 1 eUu nialti-r July t. li'3. t the Post Office at Miami. I'ljrida. iin.lcr the A.-t of March 8, 1878. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative ORLANDO MRS. B. J. COHEN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. II. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION Sli M nthi — t l.on 12.00 HT.1 1 r ~ FRIDAY, 1 INUARY 29, Vol. 10—N<. 5 1937 To the Dogs As we live and grow older we learn much. We thought we knew much of modern Jewish thought and the approach to Jewish culture ... it appears, however, that we are quite wrong. We had believed that the ideals of the Young Men's Hebrew Association of Greater Miami included the advancement of Jewish ideals and a respect for Jewish traditions. We still believe that. Perhaps the method used is something novel. Last FRIDAY NIGHT there was Y. M. (he Hollywood Kennel Club, the dog track about twenty miles in the words of our hturgy: their father-image they retain the j freedom of the individual con' science, which they are free to identify with the will of God, and we have democracy and liberty and tolerance and the last conclusion in that greatest of American sayings that no man is good enough to rule another. When men choose men as the father-image we have "statism." the worship of the state, of the nation, of the symbolized group, herd, pack in all its hundred evil and destructive forms. We have the deified emperors of Rome; we have Napoleon Bonaparte (and all the readers of all the innumerable biographies of that vulgar and gigantic Babbitt and butcher); we e all the dictators, big and little, down to Mussolini and Hitler and Stalin. We have orthodoxy, obedience, wild chauvinism, the ec. of death in battle, and persecution and rule by blood purges, heresy trials and firing Bquads, both in the Wilhelmstrasse and Mosci w'a Red Square. A man and a party, a dictatorship in brief, hav become the father-image. Men believe. Men worship. Men obey. And the world is chaos. And note how well the dictatorships are at least subconsciously aware of the psychic facts. They persecute the religious man both in Germany and in Russia. They persecute the Jew and the sincere Christian. They persecute all whose father-image and reliance are in a transcendent realm from the vantage point of which they can draw strength to denounce, to resist, to be free. I must within the limits of this column take a logical leap. God is the source of human freedob. The kingdom of God is the only realm of human freedom. Profoundly H. A. NIGHT at philosophical is the ideal expressed] Vhathrough the South is an attempt to exploit anti-negro sentiment and rally it in opposition to the antiNazi sentiment which seeks to boycott the Schmeling-Braddock fight The strategy is that if the South doesn't like negroes it will be opposed to anything likely to make a negro the world's heavyweight champion ... If the boycott ruins the Schmeling-Braddock tilt, then Joe Louis gets a crack at Braddock Hence Schmeling's handlers think it smart to show their man in the South We jalso hear that the Hitler hero's I appearances below the Mason-Dixon line will be used to test OUt how much boycott sentiment there is. TniamL TbisA, N ;>/i News If you eat in a hotel or restaurant thai Ha.German help you had bettei Bj eak in whispers because the Nazis have organized the i ;• Gl man-American Waiters, who-.' members are instructed %  ,o spy on guests in hotels and restaurants The members make regular reports on their eavesdrop*} pin:; lo the Deutscli-Anieiikanisch. er Bund There is also a Nazi outfit which spreads slanders about prominent anti-Nazi G e r m an Americans and about other Americans opposed to Ilitlerism And we've also been told of the Black Storm Troopers, a new German group with branches throughout the country ... It has special affiliates for Polish, Hungarian and While Russian Fascist-. By HARRY SCHWARTZ Now that the Golden Gloves tournament is over, locally, we can make mention of the boys who made up the "Y" a team. Paul R ce and Max Schemer gained the run. ner-up position, Abie li.ikowitz, Marvin Rubin. Allan Seigal and Joe Perce each won one Tight and lost one, while Hal I.evinson and Bernard Serkin, although defeated in their initial bout, fought conimendably to receive the plaudits of the crowd. The boys were all awarded golden gloves by Duke Jordan, which they are proudly displaying to all I their friends. Now that we have a fine nucleus from this year's aggregation better results may be ex. ,pected at next year's tournament. Ollivy? away from Miami. Of course, the traditional services, inspirng talks, elevating ideals, were all the prime motivating factors in having this Jewish organization provide a Y. M. H. A. CUP for the winner of the feature race. And the presentaEternal shall be as tion address must have been replete with allusions to the beauties of Jewish tradition. The glories of Jewry were saved when the winning dog romped home. It is about time that the Jewish community woke up. It is high time that the traditionally clean minded, high thinking members of the "Y" rose up in arms and cleaned house. At a time when Temple Israel had Rabbi 'laxay. a leader in yah Adonai I'melech al-khol-ha'aretz ba'yom ha'hu yihyeh Adonai echad u'shemo echad And the i king over all day shall the Eternal be One and his name One." Men whose father-image is the Eternal will strive after that justice and that truth and that prao tice of human brotherhood that they must of necessity attribute to Him the fifth district of B'nai B'rith. as its guests, and lfcin |um lj(in am| gpecia] r elationship to Jacob, the world famous I)r. Mossinsohn as its guest, mtteaa i^ transcenden and divine, so will of urging its members to attend divine services at either oi (h ^ who m Hig chil(ll( n strive .„ these four religious institutions, the character building •• I all their better 8 „d higher moments stitUtion, the "Y," went "to the dogs. a|u 1 th( unity ,,,mankind in His Once attain let us assert that this community needs a unity and in the Unity of Hhi ••Y" it needs and will have a community center but it name. does need, above all, a "Y" that is imbued with Jewteh ideals ... it does not need and will not stand for a Y that lends itself to everything that is not Jewish, and that Is not character building. There are some splendid men, ideally minded, among the officers and directors of the "Y," but they are in the.minorv To try and ..lace the blame upon the executive director of the "Y," as some are trying to do, is not only unfair, but it to decidedly untrue. It is an indisputable fact that SO far as the actual direction of the institution is Concerned, the director fs bound, gagged and fettered by the board now ,n control. It is time that the membership of the Y Clean OUl many of its officers and governing board. It must do this Immediately or forfeit the respect and support of the entire public of this area. We believe that the sincere and intelligent ^ er ^ of ,he Y" wants to do the right thing. Now is the time. The "Y" must clean house. _^ Via Short Wave A one-man Christian-Jewish good will movement has been started in Poland by a Captain Popral/.ky, a retired army officer Through his paper, Zespolcnic, he agitates against Jew-baiting and seeks to rally the peasants and in telligentsia to his proposed league against anti-Semitism Having survived an anti-Semitic plot to poison him, former Foreign .Minister Nicholas Titulescu is busily engaged in welding all democratic and anti-Fascist forces in Roumania into a single bloc Those Jewish protests to Tokio against anti-Semitism in Japanese-controlled Manchukuo won't get far Nippon has gone Nazi-crazy The swastika is omnipresent in Japan And pro-Nazi feeling is widespread. I choose God, then we have prophets and freedom and democracy. We have Nathan and Jeremiah defying kings; we have John Milton justifying to all Europe the execution of Charles I, the king, the traditional father-image of men; then we have the revolutionaries of France and of America, for let us not forget the sincere Deism of Window The World's By LUDWIG I.EWISOHN (Continued from Page 1) whom do they subject themselves ? Whom do they identify as both their father-image and their superi )0t h groups. They rebelled against ego or exteriorized conscience, I the c hurch, against the devices of Oh, yes, the Jewish religion is a very philosophical religion. It is the religion of free me*. There may be a Torah Emeth. It is not, at least, written by a dictator or a party. In its name, as agaki the other day in Tripoli, men defy the tyrant. You and I may not be very scrupulous Shomrei Shabbath. But those Tripolitan Jewish merchants who insisted on closing their shops on the Sabbath and received upon their naked backs the lashes of that foul dictatorship are men and heroes, assertors of human freedom, believers in the kingdom of God. All free men everywhere should pay them homage. They made no father-image of the Italian upstart. God is their father. Therefore they are free men who would strive for that kingdom of God on earth wherein all men shall be free. Let me state the conclusion of the whole matter first. When they man, never against the Eternal. In brief, when men choose God as Strictly Confidential By PIIINEAS J. BIRON Fistic Dept. The real reason behind the forthcoming tour of Max Schmeling New York's political master minds haven't yet forgotten that dove:nor Lehman was cut by thousands of Catholic voters in the last election ... To prove they still remember they are wondering what Jewish voters will do if the Democrats nominate a Catholic for mayor They can stop worrying, ii cause Jews don't vote that way ... If he-men start using lipstick blame it on dermatologist Herman Goodman, who says it would he a precaution against lip cancer Maybe we're ignorant about botany, but we stared hard when we saw a story headlined "Wandering Jew Thrives as Wall Pocket Plant" Kurt Weill, whose music is to important a part of "The Eternal Road," has been signed by Walter Wanger to do the music for a picture of which Clifford Odets is writing the script and which Lewis Milestone will direct ... As we mention "The Eternal Road" we are reminded of the comment made by one Aryan lady between the acts of this Reinhardt presentation ... "I don't care—I'm broad-minded," she declared, "but there'll be a lot of Christians who'll object to the Jews trying to make it appear that the Bible is their book" Sylvia Sidney will soon be signing herself Mrs. B. P. Schulberg And Parkyakarkas (Harry Einstein) and Eddie Cantor decided to call it quits after last week's broadcast. Participating in a series of debates at the regular Tuesday night meeting of the \'. W. H. A. were: Mrs. Nat Blumberg, Miss Eleanor Rubin and Miss Josephine Kolman, each victorious in their debate, while others who took part include Miss Sarah Rownin, Mrs. Jules Wilson, Miss Betty Tobias, Mrs. Wiener, Mrs. Scheinhaum and Miss Ida F.ngler. This week's program was presided over by Mrs. Sam Shindell, with Mrs. S. Blanch in charge of next wick's program, to be held Tuesday, February 5th. Once again the Junior division of the Y. M. H. A. will hold a gettogether dance at the "Y" clubrooms this Sunday. January 31st. A fine orchestra will play for the dancing as well as assist the entertainers. Admission is 25 cents per customer. The public is cordially invited to attend. At a special meeting last Tuesday the Miami Beach Jewish Social Set, presided over by Mr. Sheldon Dubler, have made plans to spare no expense in securing an outstanding orchestra to play for their weekly Thursday night dances, held at the Miami Beach Golf and Country Club. Get the habit and attend these weekly dances. St. Petersburg Notes The St. Petersburg lodge of B'nai B'rith was formed at a meeting held in the B'nai Israel Synagogue last Sunday evening, following addresses by Mr. Nathan Adelman. president of the Miami lodge, and Mr. J. Louis Shochet. Officers elected were: Dave Rothblatt, president; A. Sierkese, vice-president: J. Fuchs, treasurer; David Loebel, corresponding secretary; Ed Goldman, financial secretary; Morris Hermer, monitor; Sam J. Goldberg, assistant monitor; Sam Shapiro, guardian; E. Gcllman, Joseph M. Adler and Sam Pearlstein, trustees. Plans for the initiation of the members, the induction of the lodge and the installation of the officers are now being made and will be announced shortly.



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Pag* Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, January 29, 1937 Society [OBOE bj 1 A very interesting discussion was held by the Junior Council Tuesday evening*. The subject was: 'Three Questions Jews Must Answer." The topic dealt with the question, "Is the Jew a Race, Religion or Nationality?" A benefit bridge party will be held at the New Shoreham Hotel, Ocean drive at Sixth St., Miami Beach, February 3rd at 8:30 p. m. Miss Olive Meyer will be in charge. This will be the first public affair to be held at this new hotel, and Junior Council is preparing for a large turnout. The council's Valentine day dance will be held Sunday night, February 14th, at the Alcazar Roof. Mort Richards orchestra has been engaged for the affair. Dancing will start at 9:30 and entertainment and favors will be featured. • The irrepressible impulse of the American public to go places and see things has caused the creation of a "vacation savings plan" by the Seaboard Air Line railway, which operates similarly to installment buying or Christmas savings clubs. Opening the door to the magic carpet of travel to everyone, the plan enables the prospective vacationer to make small deposits each week, month or at other intervals to finance the desired trip. Mr. T. W. I.uckett. Seaboard's division passenger agent in Miami, explains that through the "vacation savings plan" the depositor can plan his trip exactly how and when he wants it, or, without charge, the Seaboard representative will assist in planning a vacation tour to suit the depositor's wishes and budget. Mr. Luckett also explained that the depositor's "vacation savings plan" account may be applied, if desired, against the cost of any of five all-expense tours which the Seaboard is to have on sale, effective June 1st. These tours include visits, either individually or in combination, to Washington, New York, Atlantic City and Niagara Falls. In commenting on the "vacation savings plan" Mr. Luckett said that within the past few years there has been a marked increase shown in the desire of the general public to see the many interesting cities and natural wonders of America, and that now, with rail fares on the Seaboard starting at a cent and a half a mile, with completely air-conditioned trains, many of which are to be equipped with reclining seats, deluxe coaches and several other innovations for passengers' comfort, the "vacation savings plan," through judicious budgeting, enables everyone to en. joy ideal trips without financial worries, and to travel to and from the chosen cities safely, comfortably and economically. • • A comedy entitled "All's Well That F.nds," featured the spinster tea at which the membership committee of Junior Hadassah were hostesses Monday evening. The play was written and directed by Miss Eddie Adler, treasurer of Junior Hadassah, and the cast ineluded Miss Adler, Miss Audrey Cutler, Miss Helen Schiff, Miss Irene Goldberger and Miss Ethyl Wax. Humorous games were played during the evening, with prizes going to Miss Bertha Newell, Miss Jeanette Seligman and Mrs. Leo A. Shaikin. Prize for the most amusing spinster costume was presented to Miss Cutler. The administration of the Miami unit of Junior Hadassah will entertain members and their escorts at their annual cocktail party and dance on Sunday evening, February 28th. Admission will be by membership card. • • • Mrs. A. Bolctzky of New York is the house guest of her sister, Mrs. Morris Dubler of Coral Gables. • • Miss Jane Galen of Newark, N. J., is the house guest of Mrs. Hyman Gottesman of Miami Beach. • Mrs. Fox and Mrs. Weiss of Clifton, N. J., are stopping at the Nemo Hotel and are being entertained by Mrs. Hyman Gottesman of Miami Beach. • • Miss Bede Goldenblank is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldenblank of this city, for several weeks. • • The dessert bridge, sponsored by the Jewish Welfare Bureau, which was to have been held last Wednesday, will be held on Tuesday, February 2nd, at 1:30 p. m. at the Alamac Hotel, Miami Beach. Mem. bers and friends are urged to attend. The committee in charge of arrangements consists of Mesdames K. H. Miles, chairman; II. H. Miller, Harry I. Magid, J. Engler, Riva Schwartz, N. Dreyer and B. H. London. An entertaining program has been prepared, • • Mrs. Morris B. Frank and Mrs. !.• a Shaff entertained Mrs. A. Bolitzer of New York with a bridge luncheon Wednesday, -January 27, at the Annell Hotel, Miami Beach. .Mrs. Bolitzer is the sister of Mrs. Frank and Mrs. Lena Dubler. Cantor Kelman entertained with several Hebrew .-dictions and Miss Dorothy Lightman and Mrs. J. Finn entertained with humorous readings. Among those present were: Mis. Morris Dubler, Mrs. A. F. Friedman, Mis. I.. II. Finn, Mrs. M. Miles, Mrs. .1. Finn, Mrs. M. Hoffman, Mrs. Libby Abenson, Mrs. Sidney Pepper, Airs. A. Pepper, Mrs. li. Silver, Mrs. S. Felman, Mrs. M. Weinberger, Mrs. s. .1. Spector, Mrs. Charles Goldstein. Mrs. Samuel Miller, Mrs. Jack Miller, Mrs. Sam Blank, Mrs. A. Segal! of Atlanta, Mrs. ,1. liei-man, Mrs. E. M. Keisman, Mr-. Meyer Levy of Atlanta, Mrs. Louis Brown, Mrs. Lena Simon, Mrs. Max Goldstein, Mrs. S. I'. Cohen. Mrs. Ida Kosenbloom, Mrs. A. Cohen, Miss Dorothy Lightman of Boston, Mrs. Jules Hollander, Mrs. S. Kazan, Mrs. Henry Barack, Mrs. Ed Reiman, Mrs. B. Baida, Mrs. Miriam Mayer, Mrs. Rose Lipsitz, Mrs. Frances Kamens, Mrs. I. L. Mintzer, Mrs. Frank of New York, Mrs. Morris Schonfeld and Mrs. Maurice Weintraum. Fassa's Monte Carlo restaurant has been chosen by the Temple Israel Sisterhood for their birthday luncheon, to be held Monday, February 1st, with Mrs. Morris Plant and Mrs. Henry Nevins in charge. Reservations will be taken by either hostess, to which the public has been invited. The Loyalty Club of Emunan chapter, O. E. S., will be entertained by Mrs. Lena Simon Tuesday evening, February 2nd, at her home, 208 S. \V. Twenty-fourth road, when plans will be completed for a card party to be held at the American Legion Home Wednesday evening, February 17th. • • For the purpose of making final arrangements for the carnival bazar, the Tamar de Sola Pool Young Judea Club and the Boys' Young Judea of Miami will meet at Beth David Talmud Torah on WednesGETTING A NEW CHANCE AT LIFE I N PLANS being evolved to reconstruct the lives of Jews in Germany, Poland, Rumania and other parts of Central and Kastern Europe, vocational training and retraining are Important projects. Due to the stringent economic decrees of the present German government, a tremendous task of changing their entire vocational structure was imposed upon the Jews of that country. Aided by ilic American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, ~H training centers have been opened for German .bus in Germany and in 9 other countries which have been training tnousands of Jewish young men and women in agriculture and crafts, chiefly to enable them to emigrate to Palestine and other lands. However, during 1!'3*>. Jewish youths Of Polish nationality, seekIng to prepare themselves for emigration, made tip 20 per cent of the student body of the schools located outside of Germany, In 1935 a total of 2,133 students had completed their courses or were enabled to emigrate. On December 31, 1935, there were 4,768 under training ::: %  )<<:'. in Germany and 1,131 in schools outside of Germany. It is estimated that si per cent of the male students and r>r> per %  •: i •>! he 'emale Undents In Ju-.se schools are studying agriculture. The rest study manual trades and domestic work, respectively. In Poland, Rumania, Lithuania. Latvia and other sections of Europe, in trade schools and agricultural training centers sustained by tInJoint Distribution Committee. Jewish youths and adults are learning ever) type of occupation farming, machinist's trader;, carpentry, shoemaklng arid electrical work. Pictured here are scenes (1) from the training center at Neuendorf Germany, where a group of young men anil women are shown gaining practical experience in dairy farm ing; (2) an entire Jewish famil.v in Poland, lather, son and grain! father, learning how to operate a knitting machine as a first step towanl their economic rehabillts tlon, and (8) Rumanian Jewish youths learning the machinists trade in ;, trade school, sustained by Hi.f.D.C. in Bucharest. day, February 3rd, at %  :45 p. m. I'hi' carnival bazar will be he'd February 7th at Kaplan Hall, beginning at H p, m. Sponsors are Mrs. Max Shapiro, Miss Adele Segall. Mr. Nathan Zwitman, Mr. Sidney Segall and Mr. Samuel J. Kanner. This is a very important busine-meeting and all members are urged to attend. Beth David Sisterhood will celebrate Sisterhood Sabbath tonighf at the late services in Beth David Synagogue with Mesdames Isidor Cohen, Lewis Brown, Meyer Schwartz and William Robinson, past presidents, and Mrs. Sol Rotfort, present president, participating in the services. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will be guest speaker. Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach during the evening and Cantor Louis Dayman and the choir will chant the services. Follow ing the services the Sisterhood will he hosts at a reception. Saturday morning the Junior Congregation will meet at 10:30 o'clock. The public is invited to attend. Beth David Sisterhood will hold its annual Purini ball on Thursday, February 25th, at the Mahi Shrine Temple. On Sunday, February 28, the annual Purim dinner will be held. Full details of both eventwill be announced soon. • • • The Miami Jewish Juniors are sponsoring a theatre benefit at the Tower Theatre on February 8th and 0th. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the organization. The next meeting of the organization will be held at the home of Ray and Esther Shochet and all Jewish boys and girls interested in joining the organization are asked to communicate with the membership chairman. The fashion show being sponsored by the Miami section of the Senior Council of Jewish Women will be held at the Palm Island Club on Wednesday, February 10, at 2 p. m., when the entire Palm Island Club show will be presented in addition to a one-hour fashion show, which will be staged by the Princess Pat and Jay Mignon of Roney Plaza. Admission will be the nominal sum of only one dollar. The public is urged to attend. • • Cantor and Mrs. Maurice Mamches are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter last Saturday at the Alton Road Hospital. Mother and baby are resting nicely. • a The public speaking class sponsored by tinNational Council of Jewish Women will meet this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Mayflower Hotel. • • Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of tinMiami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will officiate at the wedding of Miss Gertrude Rappaport. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport, prominent communal workers of this city, to Mr. William E. Warshoff, on Sunday evening, February 7th, at the Biscayne Masonic Hall, Fifteenth ave. and N. W. First St., at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Charlotte Rappaport, a sister of the bride, will be maid of honor and Mr. Sam Steinberg will be best man. The ceremony will be followed by a reception. All lriends of the family are invited to attend. No cards will be issued. Randolph Scott, Binnie Barnes and Henry Wilcoxon head one of the greatest casts of stars ever assembled on the screen in "The Last of the Mohicans," which begins Sunday at the Tivoli Theatre. Scott is seen as Hawkeye, the brave and handsome Colonial scout hero. Miss Barnes is cast as the glamorous Alice Munro, who is torn between love for him and loyalty to the gallant Major Duncan Heyward, played by Wilcoxon. Cabot has the role of Magua, the renegade Indian spy; Miss Angel is seen as the lovely Cora Munro and Reed plays Uneas, the young Indian brave who hopelessly worships her. Breath-taking highlights of the picture are the defense of Fort William Henry against the onslaught of the French legions; Cora's death leap from the heights of Lovers' Cliff; the thrilling rescue of Hawkeye from the torturestake of the savage Hurons. Robert Taylor, who has achieved an unprecedented popularity among followers of the screen, makes his newest appearance in "His Brother's Wife," starting Sunday at the Seventh Avenue Theatre, in which he is e*>-starred with Barbara Stanwyck in a powerful story of oilman emotions played largely against a background of scientific exploration in the jungles. The picture was directed by W. S. Van Dyke. V



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Friday, January 29, 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five I Scenes at the Hnai Brith executive board of the Supreme Lodge mooting la, # day and Thursday. Left to right, upper, shows main table at banquet, and initiation Jemple Israel. Lower pictures, executive board in committee meeting and ; ,;, tanquet. Third row shows banouet scenes, including IIMMIM I.... ..u _JJ banquet scenes on main floor and mezzanine. and at -------%  •-%  —— "*> ...• .,.,M n imiujmi, iiiui iniu.nii.il at Unquet Third row shows banquet scenes, including dancing. Bottom shows additional \



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Page Six THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, January 29, 1937 BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN 6906 Albac >re Drive ach • i both '! '.'.' % %  Rabbis w: ut the year. K VBHI rill.MAX A. /.vVITMAN 530 \, E. 31st St. 9648 be at the Temple every morndance evening, February 1. The baskethall panic will he in the Andrew Jackson High School gym, bes:inning promptly at 7:30 o'clock while the dance following will be held in at Hi o'clock. iliary of Congregation Rodoph Sholom has been postponed until March 2. Mrs. Marian Miller of New York, executive director of the National Council of Jewish Women, will be CONGREGATIONAL i SISTKKIIOi'L made for the basketball game and fund; Mrs. Sam Bryan, correspondThe |^* !" 'j*^ thai will be held Monday in* secretary; Mr.. Henry Rozen' February 2Jrd by the Lad.es^ Auxgvaig, recording and financial secretary, with Mrs. Herb Talisman aa assistant. The following committee chairmen were elected: Mrs. J. T. Wilenthe Jacksonville Jewish Center sky. relief and loan committee; Mrs. uditorium, Third and silver its., M. Stein, home; Mrs. B Becker, transient; Mrs. Louis Wolf son, suntruest of honor at the annual shine; Mrs. Pete Haimowiti, soInncheon to be given by the Tampa Thc marriaj I Mi Helen cial and program; Mrs. Sam Witsection on February 10th at the V\„ | K hter of Mr. and Mrs. ten. way. and means; Mrs. II. RosTampa Terrace hotel, il. j. wi. ei of Waycross, Ga., to enzvaig, publicity; -Mrs. A. Nabin, l; .. ... ,. 0 f Jacksonville took membership; Mrs. Sm Bryant, telplace tit hik'li noon Sunday, Janephone. 17th, in thc home of Mr. a M. Mirk in Ji f the brideRabbi Mo Marnony in Mi,s Sybil Apatoff is visiting in Miami Beach. 1 i lit lit m. The iur repre. Mrs. Kaplan D. Williams, are an:; I i vening at the i lar held al 3:15 o'cl< I>r, n ill give his report of th< comi ::• ion. I s< :•• icea w ill be conducted by R Zwitman, and a reception for the congregation and its guests will % %  sored by the Sisterhood. In the ]>a.-i week the Temple Israi I pulpit, which has lien, me a i ing house for Jewish opinion of all shadings and hues, has had aa ita occupants Rabbi J. Marshall Taxay of Terre Haute. Ind., on Friday evening, January 22nd. and the Hen. Henry Morgenthau, sr, <'n Sunday evening, January 24th. Mr. Herbert U. Feibelman, president of the congregation, introduced the distinguished visitor, iti I -nine high lights from his colorful career, aa ambassador and liaison officer on behalf of Jewish masses the world over. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL o o On Sunday afternoon, January 24th, the large confirmation class of Israel was entertained at lun i: by one of it.members, Mia Betl I etaw, at her home. PI n for a social club, which would include the members of thc confirmation and post-confirmation were discussed by the ii .1 several social functions for the purpose of defraying some of the confirmation expenses were The total enrollment of our Rehool is now 212 children, and the social .-ervire collections which we see,ire from this large ar< ised for noble purposes, Last week our Religious school became a member of the Jewish Welof Miami by paying annual dues. Other organizations to which our school has contributed within the past two weel i the Mahi Temple Crippled Children's Fund, the Salvation Army and the V. W. C. A. drive. Birthdays celebrated tit the assembl] last Sunday wen' those of Gerald Simon and Natalea Simon-. a Tampa Notes liahlu Alar-hall Taxay of Terre birthd on of '' >nly the immediate f I: u ,.. i n ,i.. W aa the principal our .! will be held on ary 1st, 1937, :.t l aurant, o ... ffair, and .Harry Nevinvitation banquet V. M. II. A. NO! is Dr. Ben Zion Mossinsohn delivered a very interesting lecture on nns in Palestine in the auditorium on Monday evening. January 25th. A large and attentive nville JewHarrj F '.; and ithof v, given by the Tampa lodge of B'nai B'rith on Sunday evening, January i audience greeted the Bpeaker, Morris G. Rosenberg, president of thc Zionists, introduced the Pi:. B Hotel El Boulevard. '• cal Jacobs of Atlanta acted speaker. in tailing officer. The officers The gp^,. at the next public : l 1 %  ducted were Judge M. Henry Cof(ll nil ,_ ,„ i„. i K ,],i ,,„ Sunday evening, January :ilst, will he Prof. itioninthe hen> IM .,:,|,. n : ; M. G. Rosenberg, Silver and After the luncheon a bridge witl C-enl rous valuable prizes will be Third ed by the ladies. ReservaR >f religious, soi ial and turnat $1.50 per plate may • "• made !l > by calling either of the co the retiring committee leader.. chairmen. GENERAL On Sunday morning, in our T< i pie, 1 (r. Kaplan • upressed I he feell e hosen I i serve included H. Moscovitz, first vice-president; B. Baker, second vice-president; Moe Safer, secretary; Max Rose, trea urer, and J. Hackel, auditor. The board of directors follows: Jacob Becker, Philip Brok, S. D. ings ol hoth young and old ol our Kramer, Max Mirkis, S. Selber, [•citation when he extended „ Pred Soforenko, M. Scheinbaum, I. M. Lieberman, J. Lapinsky. 0. Dr. Sam Witten, [sser Pi ice, Hymen Selber, II. Kline, II. I Icy man, 1. Moscovitz, Brownstein, M. Wolfson and Mrs. J. Hacked. Mrs. Ida Feldman and Miss Ethel Jael, the latter three representing i he l laughters <>f Israel. greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz upon the celebration of their twenty-fifth wedding anniS nee the very early in, o ption of the Temple Mr. and Mrs, Zeientz have faithfully and unwaveringly labored in thc guidance of this institution, and the manifold blessings and thankof their friends are merely partial indexes of the service they have rendered and the admiration they have gained from their fellow Jews of our community. As part of thc broad platform of Temple Israel, which attempts to eieati a better understanding between various groups of our community, Dr. Kaplan will address the Tamiami Temple at their ves per services on Sunday afti at 5:30. In the near future a meeting at which several church ministers will speak, will be held I in our temple for the purpose of promoting good will. \ part of a different phase of this same platform, Rabbi Zwitman addressed the Conservative congregation of Beth David at their services last Friday evening. At a regular mod ing of the LaHebrew Sheltering Aid Society and Home for the Aged thc election of officers and committee chairmen was held. Mrs. J. Shapiro i ided. The special committee in charge of arrangements for the anniversary celebration to be held Sunday evening. March 7th, in the Center, will have the following chairmen: Mrs. M. (ihclcrter. Mrs. Pi te Haimowitz and Mrs. G. Levine. Definite plans will be announced at a later date. The following officers were unanimously elected to serve: Mrs. .1. Shapiro, president; Mrs. S. Las. arow, first vice-president; Mrs. M. Uhelerter, second vice-president; Mrs. L. Wolfson, third vicc-prcsivice-president; Morris S. Uman, secretary; S. G. Aroi on, monitor; Sidney Linker, associate monitor; ssler, inner guard; II. A. Jenkins and Dr. Dan Rachelson, warden -. Mr. Nathan Adelman and J. Louis Shochet of Miami also spoke and reported that they had just returned from St. Petersburg, where they had organized a newlodge. Tampa chapter of the Junior Ha dassah entertained at a "hobo" party on Thursday evening at the I-in.nan cabin. The entertainment included stunts, games and a novelty amateur program. Refreshments were served hy Mrs. Jean I'inman, Miss Ruth Finman and Miss Elizabeth Abramovitz. Miss Abramovitz, membership chairman, was assisted in arrangements for the party by Miss Lucille Rosenberg, president, and Mrs. Al Weiss, social chairman. A. L. Muir, a Gentile pro-Zionist. Discussion will follow the lecture. The public is cordially invited to attend. On Sunday evening, February 7, a dance will be given, with music by Clyde Schuster and his Silver Kings orchestra. A bunco game will precede the dance. The public will he welcome. The classes in Judaism, given by ,| ent Mrs. Sidney I.. Blattner, Dr. Kaplan, will hen in again on Monday evening, February 1st, in Dr. Kaplan's study at 8 o'clock. Hebrew classes are held every Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock. The next meeting of the Temple hoard will he held Tuesday nis iruarj "'-'nd. at 8 o'clock at the Temple. Al the B'nai B'rith banquet held in Palm Beach at the Mayflower Hotel, Sunday. January 2lth. Rabbi Zwitman and Jefferson Peyser, president of district 4, were thc principal speakers. Jacksonville News One of the most interesting meetings of the local Junior Hadassah was held Wednesday night in the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Miss Molly Mizrahi, president, presided. Reports from the various chairmen were given. Miss Clara Krame.-, delegate to th National Junior Hadassah convention, gave a most inspiring reA fathers* night meeting will be celd in the Center auditorium on Wednesday, February 17lh. The annual membership tea will he given in the home of Miss Molly Mizrahi, president, on Sunday. February 21st. All members, both old and prospective, are urged to | come. This tea culminates the membership drive for the year. treasurer of the home fund; Mrs. Ben Baker, treasurer of the aid 'Florida's Finest AmericairJewish Pir-ner"* SIREGte RESTAURANT 446 COLLIN/ AVE. AAIANN! BtACH I. L. Mintzer Associated FIXZIT SYSTEM PLUMBING AND BEATING CONTRA(TORS Showroom and Plant 1114 N. E. 2nd Ave. Call me personally on your plumbing contracts. Your cooperation will be very much appreciated by me. NORTHWEST FURNITURE CO. A. KRONENFELD, Prop. We carry the largest and most complete stork of new and used furniture in Miami. Be Ready For EMERGENCIES an outing is spoiled by annoying, aggravating headaches. Here is a suggestion. Every large package of Dr. MILES ANTI PAIN PILLS contains a pocket size case that holds six pills. Carry this, and leave the large package in your medicine cabinet. DR. 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Friday, January 2it, 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Pay* Seven Society The Bible class, under the auspices of the National Council of Jewish Women, will resume its sessions on Tuesday, February 2nd, at 10:30 a. m. at Kaplan Hall on "The 1'rophetic Movement." All members and visitors are asked to attend. There are no charges of any kind. Saturday, January 30th, Wayne Kinjr and his famous radio broadcasting orchestra begin the final week of their record attendance engagement at the Biscayne Kennel Club. King and his orchestra have been one of the most popular attractions in the history of the I lack. Ted Lewis and his merry bund of brilliant entertainers will take over the grandstand program, beginning Saturday night, January fith. This is the first time that the Ted Lewis attraction has ever been offered the public at such popular prices. The regular track admission price of 25 cents will still prevail during the Ted Lewis engagement. The dance policy that became so popular with Biscayne pa. trons during the past three weeks will still prevail. Ted lewis brings almost a complete review with his hand coming direct from the Royal Palm Club. and nearly every member of the organization is an eminent entertainer in his own right, either as a soloist or specialty performer. Frank J. Bruen, general manager of the Biscayne Kennel Club, announced yesterday that the Biscayne grandstand will be a veritable forum for stage, screen and radio celebrities throughout the remainder of the racing season, in addition to the regular attractions being presented in the grandstand. There will be prominent personalities on the program almost nightly who are now appearing in Florida. A cordial invitation is extended id all to attend special services at Beth Jacob Synagogue tomorrow morning, January 30th, at !• o'clock, when the infant daughter born to Cantor and Mrs. Maurice Mamches last Saturday will be named Delvia Elene at a traditional ceremony. Following the services Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob M. Falvin of Mobile, Ala., parents of Mrs. Mamches, will be hosts at kiddush in the vestry moms of the synagogue at noon, and again at Shalosh Saudoh. • The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will entertain the children of its Sunday school Sunday morning, January 31st, following the regular assembly in celebration of Chamisho Osor B'Shvat, the Jewish Arbor Day, which was observed this week. • • The regular late Friday evening services at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation at 8:15 o'clock tonight will feature an address by Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner on "Fruits—Material and Spiritual." The usual Saturday morning and afternoon services will be held, with the Shalosh Sauduh at 5 o'clock. • T'ne regular monthly meeting of the Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women will be held on Wednesday, February 3rd, at 2:30 p. m. at the Mayflower Hotel with Dr. J. Pearson of the University of Miami as the guest speaker. Miss Harriett Maconell of the Opera Comique will be guest soloist. All members and friends ore urged to attend. • • • On Wednesday evening, February 3rd, at the Alamac Hotel, Miami Beach, Dr. Abraham Wolfson will review "Spinoza's Age of Reason" for members and friends of the National Council of Jewish Women. All are urged to attend. On Friday afternoon, February 5th, the public speaking class will hold its monthly public speaking class at the Mayflower Hotel with the public invited to attend. Miss Evelyn Raff will render several vocal selections. • Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wallerstein entertained with a reception last night at their home to celebrate the engagement of their daughter, Mis. Louella W. Fair, to I. D. Shapiro of Augusta, Ga. The wedding will take place in February. Mr. Shapiro is associated in business in Augusta with the S. & J. Simowitz Company shoe stoics. Mr. ami Mis. Sam Miller entertained Wednesday night with a party at the French Casino honoring the couple, and Mrs. Joseph Cromer and Mrs. Harold Tobin will be hostesses at a party this week tor the bride-elect. • Mr. Henry Sugarman, prominent architect "f New York, a member of the firm of Sugarman & Berber, architects for the Hotel New Yorker and other famous buildings, is visiting his sister, Mrs. G. Berlin of Miami Beach. He will remain here for a short time. At a meeting of the local B'nai B'rith officers and trustees the lodge appropriated the sum of twenty-five dollars to the Red Cross fund for the relief of flood sufferers. The Jewish Welfare Bureau had a luncheon Tuesday at the Hotel Evans to discuss plans for the contemplated "Parade of Stars" revue, which will be presented February 15th under the auspices of tie Welfare Bureau. Mr. Rudy R. Adler is in charge of arrangements. Tickets may be obtained at the Olympia Theatre and will range from $1.50 to $10. The committee urges that tickets be obtained immediately. • The world famous Cantor P. S. j Pinchik, who has been on a tour of the United States and Canada during the past year, will appear in special services on February 12 and 13 at Beth Jacob Synagogue. Miami Beach, and on Sunday evening, February 14, at a concert featuring international music. Pinchik possesses a lyric tenor voice iind came here from Kiev, Russia, where he was cantor of the larg! est synagogue there. Full detailwill appear in our next issue. Monsky, Joseph Salus, Archibald Marx, Sam Beber, Sidney Stern and Richard Gutstadt were presented to the guests. The principal address of the evening was delivered by the Hon. Alfred M. Cohen, international president of B'nai B'lith. Mrs. Evelyn Raff sang several selections. The benediction wa> pronounced by Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Following the dinner and during courses the Hotel Floridian orchestra provided dance music. H. U. C. Houses Flood Victims ger zone, but at this writing not yet in it, are the Plum st. temple and the offices of the B'nai B'rith and the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Fears that the entire supply of Matzoh flour to be used in the preparation of Manischewitz's Passover matzoh had been rendered chomitzdige through exposure to water were proven groundless when an examination showed the flour f .o be stored on an upper story of the Manischewitz factory. The lower stories are under water. The slaughter house of Cohen & Sons, one of the largest purveyors of kosher meat, is also under water. M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-1661 B'nai B'rith Ends Sessions (Continued from Cage 1) Coplan, president of the Ladies' Auxiliary of district Xo. 2; Henry Morgenthau, sr., former ambassador to Turkey, one of the guests of honor; Wilfred Feiga. president of district No. 1; Rabbi J. Marshall Taxuy, president of district No. 2; Gei-on Toluchko, president of District No. •!; Abe Shefferman, president of district No. 5; Simon Want pole, president of district No. 7; Sidney G. Kuswonn, national treasurer; Henry Cincinnati ( WNS) —While classes and lectures at the Hebrew Union College, the city's best known and largest Jewish institution, were suspended, the dormitories and the auditorium of the college have been thrown open to the stricken residents of the river front area' of the city which has borne the ] brunt of the flood. Some 500 people can beaccommodated on cots In the college dormitories and auditorium. The college is on Clifton ave., a mile and a half north of the i ana and several hundred feet above it. The Reading roa.l and Rockdale ave. temples are also on higher ground and in no clanger from the flood. Near the danE. G O R D O N Jewish Rituals V ice-President CARTER ft WIXSOM, Inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 514 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-8421 Residence Phone 2-1398 EXCLUSIVE ROOMS FOB JEWISH CASES Drink For Your Stomach's Sake" BISCAYNE KENNEL CLUB Greatest Added Attraction in Dog Track History FOR YOUR OWN SAKE Buy at SCHUBERTH' Fish and Oyster s Co. Your Choice of FRESH SEA FOODS Wholesale aad Retail "LOW PRICES" S. W. CORNER FLAGLER ST. BRIDGE AND MIAMI RIVEK MIAMI BEACH Ritter's Hotel La Flora Hotel COLLINS AVE. AT THIRTEENTH Where your every wish is our delight. Home comfort and modern service, combined with the finest cuisine "You may as well have the best" DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED Special Friday Night Dinner Served in the Main Dining Room AND HIS ORCHESTRA THE ONLY KING AN ACE CAN'T BEAT" THE EUNICE WITH WALIZKIMJ Kosher Zion Sausage Co., Inc, 449-459 W. Thirty-Seventh Street CHICAGO, ILL.



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Page Eight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, January 29, 1937 Jewish News Around the World Suggests Itt'lifiaii Congo as Colony for Polish JeWB Anti-Easeist League Fights Schmelinn Tour i (WNS) Coloi ization numl rs of Polish Jews in Congo, a hujro area in Central Afrii "Pou influential Belj %  %  bu a hai %  r Tl !-. • to "I' lurquoi." T %  P i mid In Congo, poinl G lev lid tie here it might %  H il h i li rn any. i %  ni on thi tion, but it wi I" irned fi om usuall; • i BOUI %  %  • il quart a proposal serious consci I eratii n. Il iun lei stood t hal in "Pourquoi" i.a ti balli to test the reaction of Jew. i-i! p iblic opinion. his previous acceptance of an invitation extended to him by High Commissioner Sir Arthur Wauchope at the command of King New York (WNS) — Joining George. In revealing that he had hands with the Non-Sectarian Anti. declined to go to London for the Nazi League, which launched the coronation ceremonies, Abdul Had! I boycott against the Braddockdeclareri that "the Supreme MosSchmeling fight, the American lem Council considers the acceptLeague Against War and Fascism ance of the invitation as against has announced that it will oppose the r.terests of the Arab nation." the exhibition tour of Max SchmelIt is understood that llaj Amin e! ing through 22 American cities, ini, Mufti of Jerusalem and beginning March 1st. The league of the Supreme Moslem declares it is planning a national man of the campaign againsl Schmeling belittee, -un. led larges, he is coming he e Abdul llri.ii to n ary of the Nazi 1 /' %  -i %  .1. wish National i %  ; %  adci. ; hi coi nnation i>i be f Pa fewry. erg of religion under the proposed t Jfiinf 1 T\ f* •lnH amendment would not be paid frra J01 1 — public funds. U. P. A. Drive Start Would Permit Religious Teaching in Ni N nrk Schools N. Y ( WNS i All on t itution of ol Ni W \ ork to permit the teaching of religion in public has been introduced in the '.'1111 bj Assemblyman Matthew .!. II. McLaughlin of the Bronx Tl! Aviv (W.NS-Pali r Agency) |]; ... „ iih; nf a „ .,,„.,„,,„,„, ,„ Building Contractors in Clash With llisliidi iilh League Session on Palestine Ma) iisi Lon m i W NS-Palcor Agency) \ implete discussion by the il Nat ions' Mandates Comn into the disorders in l'alduring 1936 and the Btatus of thai mandated territory will session on May 31st, it revi aled here. In reply to a ry from the mandates commissi in of the league as to when n would be able to submit a longdeferred report on the Palestine ill-: %  the l!i it sh govel n proposed that a specia sion n Palestine should be held, April as requested, but on .May ;!-t. "when the British government will be in a position to furni h information." The man immission and the leag coun %  a i epted t he Hi Hi-h proposal. It assumed thai the repo i of : he British royal commission, head) d by Lord Peel, to in quire into the disturbances, will be in time for the meeting ndates i ommission. Palottine Vrabs Boycott Coronation of King George VI trouble, which has been brewing the past few weeks, as a public conflict when building contractors sought t" oust workers affiliated with the Jewish Federation of Labor. Following a e ii of clashes, a contractor on n Tel Aviv building dismissed all lli-tadi'uih laborers and replai • | them with Revisionists. A proposal that the dispute inreferred to arIjtration was made by the Jewish district officer, but was rejected by the contractor and the Revisionist workers. There were indications that the controversy would not be isolated, but would spread into other fields involving laborcapital relations. Two other contractors have already demanded that their workers leave the Hittadruth or be dismissed. Sort ion I. Article '.' of the state constitution, Assemblyman McLaughlin'.* amendment would allow "religious training for -pupils in schools or institutions of learning supported in whole or part by public funds, under the direction of instructors professing the same religi us faith, designated by duly constituted religious bodies." TeachDINNER 'HHVAOOH S-2ZM at the Ala-mac a service ana 1 cuisine of excellence. Dietary Laws... Your Hosts — J&Jiimu>jtfacd\ : We Have Always Paid 4% On Savings (W s'S Pa o Agency i \:aii of Palestine made known that they would officially boyi otl the ironation of King George VI M. Amin Abdul Hadi, member of the Supreme Moslem Council, unn ''ni' %  • ii that he had withdi awn EACH ACCOUNT INSURED L'P TO $5,000 MdM.l W VILABLEON FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS FOR REFINANCING, I'l K( IIA SINC OK Itl II.DIM. I'l Itl'OSES t 7mkmL SamwL |/ At'D LOAf ASSOCIA1,0.1CF MIAMI ft GROUND FLOOR—CONGRESS HI.IK.. 109 N. 10. Second Avenue Resources Over (1,500,000.00 rant.' DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST ITIil N. W. 86th Si. Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2131 White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 60c ATLAN1IC SHOE SHOP 210 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel BOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Hoofers Since 1919 Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 26th St. I'hon. 2-370.1 1MIAMI BEACH= GLASS CO. MIRRORS ( %  LASS FURNITURE TOPS WINDOW V EXT I LA TORS PLATE AND WINDOW CLASS Phone 5-5585 ALBERT NEMETZ S. HOWARD ROSENDORF 437 Washington Avenue Congress Hears Nazis Drilling 20.000 Men in U. S. Washington, O. C. (WNS)—Nazi < agents are drilling 20,000 men in German uniforms in various parts \ of the United States, it was [ charged by Representative Samuel Dickstein of New York from the Ploor of the bouse of representai %  -. e Asserting that he had doc i.'aiy evidence to prove his i h.n Represi ntat ive Dickstein I most of the drilling is being in New York. Michigan, Pennsylvania and Illinois. He also reiterated his previous assertion thai the Nazi regime was circu ng draft : im to GermanAmericans regardless of their pre int citizenship status seekine; pledges of loyalty to Germany in event of war. Naturalized Germans, lie said, "are being hounded by German spies and consuls and i "pii sental \\ es." Rotterdam (WNS) Holland 1 lesl Bynagogue, which dates from the seventeenth century, has been clo d because the majority of its mbers have moved to another part of the city. Belonging to the Ashkenazic community, the synagogue is celebrated also for its curious bell tower. (Continued from Page 1) aid Lewis. Joseph M. Lipton, Harry Markowitz, Eldar Markson, Baron de Ilirsch Meyer, Sidney Meyer, M. Victor Miller, I. L. Mintzer, Joseph N. Morris, Stanley C. Myers, Louis Pokress, Sam Resnick, J. A. Richter, Leo Robinson, Nathan Rosen, Morris Rubin, Albert Scheuer, B. F. Schoenbcrg. Frank Seiden, Rabbi Max Shapiro, .!. I.. Shoshet, Leon Sigman, Louis \\'i inkle. Joseph Wien, Ignatz Wohl, Rabbi Colman Zwitman; women's d vision, .Mis. Harry Lipton, general chairman; co-chairmen, -Mrs. Marvin Itronner (for iii a MI. Mrs. Daniel Cromer (foi Miami). NOW OPEN". Kraemer's Strictly Kosher DINING ROOM Collins Ave. at 4th St. MIAMI BEACH The Rendezvous for Those Who Want REAL KOSHER Food Miami's Busiest America's Largest .. ^Miami's BusiestIpspWi ; ^America's LargestIrW, Cures "^tu^. 51 E.IFIoqlerSt. 60 N.E. First St. Larger Stocks Greater Values HOTEL EDISON 46th-47th streets. West of Broadway WHEN IN NEW YORK LIVE AT NEW YORK'S NEWEST 1,000 Outside Rooms, Baths, Showers and Radios Rates Erom $2.'.0 MAMMOTH EXHIBITION OF AGRICULTURAL AND CITRUS PRODUCTS COMBINED WITH STATE LIVESTOCK EXPOSITION. COLOSSAL ENTERTAINMENT OAY&NITE •DAYS: AUT0RACES-TUES.JAN.26 >IRHT€ PARADG Ffc'B.I NITES GASPARILLA .. CARNIVAL JAN.26*>FEB.b Greyhound Racing at it's bent 11 RACES NIGHTLY POST TIME fc| Ucludi B| T. No Minors N. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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wJewisti Floridian
Combihing Y/h inNo. .">
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1937
Price Five Cents
An Open Letter JOINT J. I). C. AND U. P. A,
DRIVE SETS $50,000 GOAL
I,i the Jewish Hotel Keeper
I Restaurant Operator,
Miami Beach. Fla.
i,i 'ii Ili-mcn:
We want to express our sincere
thanks to those f you, recogniz-
ing your duly to the general Jew-
ish public, replied promptly to the
questionnaire regarding your kash-
. s, -ent you about ten days ago.
We want to advise, in terms that
are unmistakable, that there are
several among you who have not
vet replied: these will include, we
are reasonably certain, a number
Mm will plead various excuses
after due publicity will have been
given their names. The Jewish
Horidian has no ulterior motives
in sending these questionnaires. It
is doing: this out of a sense of pub-
lic duty and because the Jewish
public wants to know the true facts.
We do not want to do injustice to
any hotel or restaurant keeper who
is actually keeping kosher, but be-
cause of negligence has neglected
to reply to the questionnaire sent
him. We want these honest men
to reply immediately.
As to those who are unfair and
misrepresenting the facts, and
these include a number who are
known to be purchasing meats and
poultry that are non-kosher, it shall
be our happy duty in the next issue
to advise the general public of
facts which have been furnished
us. If the hotel keeper or restau-
rant desires to serve non-kosher
foods and so advises his public and
clientele, that is his privilege. We
have no fault to find with them.
We do and shall vigorously Object
to hotels and restaurants serving
ireifah meats and poultry and tell-
ing the public they are kosher.
Our time limit will be up next
week; we shall accept no excuses.
The public and we will be fully
justified in assuming that there is
something wrong with those hotels
and restaurants that will not have
replied to our questionnaire by
llu-n.
Sincerely.
THE EDITOR.
B'nai B'rith
Ends Sessions
The World's
Window
oca!
William Taradash Heads L_
Committee to Raise Relief
Funds for Sufferers
Masliansky to
Speak Monday
The monthly cultural meeting
i ired by the Zionist district of
eater Miami on Monday, Febru-
ary 1st, at Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion, Miami Beach, beginning at
8 p. m., with the world-renowned
Yiddish orator and Zionist leader,
Rev. Zvi Hirsch Masliansky, as the
speaker. Rev. Masliansky
! : more than sixty years in every
part of the world addressed aud'-
in behalf of the Zionist
movement, ami for the past several
: ars lived in 1'aestine. returning
to the United States only recently.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, president of
the district, will preside, with ad-
dresses being made by Rabbi Ab-
raham A. Kellner and Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson. A reading of "Es-
ther" will be given by Miss Adele
"A local campaign to raise |50,-
000, forming a part of the national
campaign of the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee and
the United Palestine Appeal, will
Im- launched her.....i February 15,"
it was announced today by Wil-
liam Taradash, chairman of the
campaign.
"American Jews are rallying to
the reconstruction and relief of
three million of their brethren fac-
ing economic destruction in Po-
land." said Taradash, "The cour-
age of thl.e unhappy people we
shall endeavor to sustain. As many
as can be helped to emigrate will
l>e aided in this way.
"There are about 400,000 .lews
in Germany at present; 200,000 left
already. It is estimated that about
20,000 Jews can leave (lermany
each yea'- for years to come. This
means that however terrible the
conditions there, as many as 250,-
000 must remain. The Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, which is the
foremost organization in America
for sending aid to Jews in Central
and Eastern Kurope, was instru-
mental in organizing the Central
Committee for Reconstruction and
Relief in Berlin. Through this Ber-
lin committee the greater part of
German Jewish self-help efforts
are co-ordinated.
"This central committee in Ber-
lin and its affiliated organizations.
to which the Joint Distribution
committee send-- money, have al-
ready helped 20,000 Jewish youths
to prepare themselves for farm
work and trades at which they can
be self-supporting. It has advised
so.Olio people on problems of emi-
gration. It has helped thousand;
of impoverished people by small
credits extended through 55 dis-
tricts and local free loan institu-
tions. It has provided schooling
for 20,000 Jewish children excluded
from other schools and totally
barred from higher education.
"In refugee countries such as
France, Holland, Czechoslovakia
and other East European countries,
the Joint Distribution Committee
has aided national committees help-
ing refugees from Germany, Po-
lnnd and other countries. To these
people in Eastern Europe the Joint
Distribution Committee and the.
help it brings are the sole light in
a desperate situation.
unimaginable; many live in damp
cellars and garrets open to the
weather places which would be
thought uninhabitable in this coun.
try.
WILLIAM TRADASH
"By receiving small loans .
as small as SS in many cases .
the impoverished workers are en-
abled to stay in business, pay gov-
ernment license fees and buy the
materials necessary for continuance
of their trades. Their poverty is
Siegel. The public is invited to
attend, as this will probably be the
only public appearance of Rev.
Masliansky during his stay in
Miami.
-While the doors of most coun-
tries in Europe anil elsewhere ate
completely shut to them, the pel
ecuted Jews of Germany, Poland
and Rumania have found a r.-w
home in Palestine. Palestine, which
is being reclaimed from barren-
ness and .sterility, has already ab-
sorbed more than 100,000 Jews in
the past three year.-, and its in-
creasing immigration has served
to bring about an even greater ab-
sorptive capacity.
"As world Jewry faces the su-
preme task of a new exodus," sai I
Taradash. "Palestine stands ready
to welcome the largest number of
unfortunate Jews who are the vic-
tims of tyrrany and despotism.
the work iii Palestine is being done
through the instrumentality of the
United Palestine Appeal, which is
the other part of the United Jew-
ish Campaign being conducted in
Miami at present.
"The officers of the campaign
l-e as follows: Chairman. William
Taradash; vice-chairmen, Har-y
Markowltz, Harry Sirkin; treasur-
er, D. J. Apte; secretary, Max Oro-
vitz; chairman of board, Philip Li-
bernian; chairman of publicity
committee, Harry Simonhoff; chair-
men of business nun's division,
Mark Max (for Miami), Sol Gold-
strom (for Miami Beach); chair-
men of hotel division, Joseph X.
Morris, Harry Sirkin; chairmen of
apartment house division, Archi-
bald Slatoff, Leo Eiienstein; mem-
bers of board, Morris Alpert, Ja-
cob Becker, Samuel Blank, B.
Bron&ton, Isidor Cohen, H. M. Dre-
vich, Jacob Fabian, Herbert U. Fei-
belman, Edward Feltman. QeorgO
Goldberg, Sol Goldstrom, Rabbi J.
H. Kaplan, Rabbi A. Kellner, Moses
Krieger, Abraham Kronenfeld,
Isaac Levin, Arthur I. Levine, Ger-
AL the annual meeting of thl ex-
ecutive board of the Supreme
Lodge of B'nai B'rith. whose ses-
sions were concluded late last
Thursday evening at the Floridian
Hotel, Miami Beach, important res-
olutions regarding the work of the
order were adopted. Among these
resolutions are those requiring the
removal of the headquarters of the
order to Washington. D. C, dur-
ing 1987; the granting of larger
subsidies to llillel Foundation work,
the Anti-Defamation League, and]
for vocational guidance work of the
A. Z. A. (Junior B'nai B'rith work).
The appointment of a commission
to go to Mexico to investigate con-
ditions affecting Jewry there was
authorized, and the members of
the commission will be announced
I shortly. The redistricting of the
order was referred to a committee
consisting of the presidents of the
seven district grand lodges of the
order in the United States.
Final sessions of the executive
board of the Supreme Lodge of
B'nai B'rith were concluded with
a gala banquet at the Floridian
Hotel, Miami Beach, last Thursday
night, attended by more than six
hundred guests. Mr. Isaac Levin,
past president of the Miami lodge.
was toast master. The banquet be-
gan with the singing of the Hatik
vo and "America." and the invoca-
tion by Rabbi Dr. Jacob II. Kap-
lan. Brief addresses were made
by llynian S. Jacobs, vice-president
of district No. -r> Julius Peyser,
president of district 4; J. Bern-
stein of district 3, and Mrs. M.
(Continued on Page 7)
Another Reason
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
This column is copyrighted by
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part strictly forbidden. Any
infringement will be prosecuted.
SHALL WE RISE TO HIE (ALL
A, .lews, persecuted throughout
the ages, hounded from land to
land, always at the mercy of the
hordes, we have grown to appre-
ciate suffering so that when we
hear the calls of our fellow men, the
cries of the suffering and their an-
guished wailing, we realize the
gravity and unhesitatingly respond
to the call.
Suffering is great throughout
the flooded areas. As citizens, as
Jews, as human beings, we of this
area will not remain deaf to the
calls of the Red Cross for help.
Many of our prominent citizens
have already responded to the call
. many are working to help raise
funds.
We want to impress upon our
Jewish community that it is the
dut) of each and every man. wom-
an and child to respond and con-
tribute to the Red Cross accord-
ing to their means, for have not
our great sages laid down the law:
"Even he that receive! h charity
must give charity." Jews in the
past have risen to the call for aid,
we know they will again do their
bit.
(Continued on Page 8)
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In recent weeks I have been re-
reading Freud. It is a very great
experience. Things remain as they
were. The world is evil. But in-
sight makes the evil of the world
more tolerable. Happy is he, said
the Roman poet, who is able to
know the causes of things. He will
be free. Free of fear; free of de-
lusion. He will be liberated from
false and childish hopes and en-
tertain those only which lie in the
direction of what is possible to
such a creature as man.
Wherein lies the core of the dis-
covery and the teaching of Sig-
mund KYeudV I know no better
and brief formulation than that
which Thomas Mann gave in the
discourse which he delivered at
Vienna last spring in honor of
Freud's eightieth birthday. "I be-
lieve the innermost kernel of the
teaching of analytical psychology
! to be the revelation of the secret
1 identity of the T and the world, of
being and happening, in the recog-
nition of the apparently objective
and accidental as a contrivance of
the soul of man." In other words:
Character is fate; men create their
own destiny; they are responsible;
history is shaped according to the
soul. When the soul is well and
good we have freedom, peace, well-
being; when the soul is sick we
have the servile state, armament
races, poverty.
Let us take up one aspect of the
matter. "Men are but children of
a larger growth." That has al-
ways been recognized, as the line
of Dryden which I quote shows.
Few among the sons of Adam at-
tain a true maturity. They are un-
certain of themselves. They are
weak. They are swayed by every
emotion and every wind of doc-
trine. They have no self-reliance.
Hence they yearn constantly for a
state analogous to the state of the;r
biological childhood, when the fa-
ther ruled, protected, dictated.
Then they were secure. Their needs
were automatically supplied. If
they obeyed they were free of the
miseries of choice and responsibil-
ity. All through life they want
and need a father. The father-im-
age haunts them. But they are
huge creatures now and supposed
to be the masters and shapers of
their fate. So they invent father-
images and father-substitutes and
father-ideassomething on which
they can lean, someone who will
decide for them and take from
them the pain and responsibility of
decision. All men are constituted
thus. All men in a greater or less
I degree need the father-image. The
question is: What and whom do
they choose as a father-image? To
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, January 29, 1937
!
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion is sponsoring one of its series
of card parties for the henefit of
it.' Talmud Torah fund on Sunday
evening, January .list, beginning at
8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Wil.
Ham Clein, lRfil) S. W, Fourth st.
Hostesses for the evening will be
Mi-. Jack Hirsch, president, and
the Ladies' Auxiliary. Prizes will
be awarded for high scores at each
table and refreshments will be
served. The public is urged to at-
tend.
*
What promises to be one of the
outstanding events of the current
Beason is the annual ball and dance
of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion at the Floridian Hotel, Miami
Beach, on Sunday evening, March
7th. Full details will appear soon.

An Important meeting of the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation will be |
held at the synagogue next Tues-
day evening. February 2nd, at 8
o'clock. Important announcements
will be made. All members and
friends are urged to attend.

Miss Norma Simpson a -indent
at the University id' Alabama. wit--
a visitor to her parents, Mr. and Backer; welfare, .Mr-. Bernard Si-
Mrs. Julius Simpson, during the m0n, Mrs. Albert Bacher and Mrs.
wek-end. Bert Green; sick. Miss Bertha
Mendelson and Mrs. Mitchel Kup-
Dr. Ben /.ion Mossinsohn, noted per berg; decorations. Mrs. Sadye
Zionist leader, was the speaker at (;. Hose. Miss Bertha Mendelson
eting of several representative and Jack Schwartz; refreshments,
Citizens on the yacht of Mr. Philip Mrs, Dena Damn. Mrs. R. Silber-
and the United Palestine Appeal
towards the fifty-thousand-dollar-
goal set by the local committee.
* *
Young Judea Club will sponsor a
bazar soon in Temple Israel under
the direction of Miss Adelc Siegel,
sponsor.

Mrs. Nathan Markowitz enter-
tained Sunday at her home, 1321
Coral Way, Coral Gables, compli-
menting her brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Needle-
man of Indianapolis, Ind.
Guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Brody and Mrs. Ben Gar-
tenberg of St. Louis Mo.; Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Pannenberg and Mrs.
Albert Fishbein of Chicago, and
Mrs. Uriel HerwitZ of Indianapolis.
*
Mis. Sydney Palmer, worthy ma-
tron of Kmunah chapter, O. E, S.,
has appointed the following com-
mittees to serve during the year:
Finance, Mrs. Charles Beckwitt,
-Mrs. I. I.. Reisman and Albert
Rabbi Azrael Epstein, accompa-
nied by Mrs. Epstein, arrived here
this week to spend several months
at Kraemer's Kosher Dining Room
and Hotel. Rabbi Epstein is the
dean of the Chicago Jewish rab-
binate and president of the "Mer-
Liberman last Sunday. Following
the address of the guest and brief
talks by Mr. Liberman and others,
five thousand dollars was raised
for the joint drive of the .1. I). C.
sr*v
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FlAOirs lA'J'Av.- -hom2 iSil
Sun.-Mon.-Tues.-Wed.
Jan. 31Feb. 1-2-3
Randolph ScottRinnic Barnes
Henry WilcoxonBruce Cabot
Heather Angel
LAST OF THE MOHICANS
VtKAVGNUt
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Sun.-Mon., Jan. 31-Feb. 1
Barbara StanwyckRobert Taylor
Jean HersholtJoseph (alleia
HIS BROTHER'S WIFE
stein, Mrs. Annie Pepper, Mrs.
Dora Gerson, Mrs. Minnie Engler
and -Mrs. Ethel Bernstein.
The register committee is com-
posed of Mrs. Beckwitt. Mrs. Rose,
Mis. Anne Reisman and Mrs. Phil-
ip S imberg. Publicity is in charge
of Mrs. Simon. The examining
committee will be in charge of all
the past matrons ;md patrons of
the chapter.
Mr. and wlrs. Jos. Brenner
daughter of Roanoke, Va., are
house guests of their sister
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
than Adelman.

Mr.
and
the
anil
Na-
ture was on the life of the philos-
opher. Next Saturday and the fol-
lowing eight consecutive Saturdays
the philosophy of Spinoza will be I
discussed.
In harmony with Spinoza's con-
ception of an infinite universe, the1
Spinoza group meets every Wednes-
day evening to study astronomy.
A telescope has been ordered to
and Mrs. Louis Cohen of Unable a study of the stars and
Baltimore, Md.. are spending the;r pianet more accurately. Charles
vacation at the Hotel Evans, Miami ,,. .,,.,., we,, known '
Beach. Accompanying them arc '
Mr. Dave Scholtz of Philadelphia,
Pa. Mr. Cohen is a leader in the
chaz Harabonim," the association
of Orthodox rabbis there. He is
the oldest rabbi in that area and
one of the leaders in the communal
life of Chicago, where he has oc-
cupied the pulpit for more than
forty years.
*
The largest gathering of the sea-
son attended last Saturday to hear
the "Tales of Hoffman" and the
first of a course of ten lectures on
"The Life and Philosophy of Ben-.
edict Spinoza." The opening lee-; U.t '" SQ A,.'''nC Jud*e> movie s,i"
who entertained the crowd togeth-
brated their sixteenth wedding an-
niversary Friday evening with a
dinner party in the main dining
room of the Hotel Evans. Their
small son, Robert, started the cel-
ebration by cutting the beautiful
cake, which was presented to the
couple by Mr. and Mrs. Evans. The
anniversary dinner was attended
by the Evans family, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Berlinger, Mr. and Mrs. S.
(iultenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Rosen, all of New York; Mrs. Rose
Friend of Bell Harbor and Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Getlin of Miami.

One of the grandest gestures to
help suffering was made during the
week by Jacob Sher and William
Huntley. genial owners of the Wesl
Flagler Kennel Club, when they
Btaged a special race for the bene-
fit of the flood sufferers in the
Ohio valley, where the worst flood
in history has been raging.
The track's percentage, which
amounted to a considerable sum
from the special race, was imme-
diately sent north.
West Plagler's attendance and
mutue! play has been one of the
outstanding features of the season.
The beautiful oval has been lead-
ing all Hacks in Florida in mutuel
play.
During the last week Big Laddie
and Katherine Darling both won
important victories, though both
also met defeat. Tempest, owned
by Bob Carroll, scored over Big
Laddie, as did Ollie Ostendorf's
Glider.
A record smashing crowd turned
features at the oval. Saturday
night a three-dog match between
Big Laddie, Glider and Tempest
will be staged.
*
At services in Beth David Syn-
agogue tomorrow morning there
wil be a double ceremony when
Jerry Robinson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Robinson, and Leroy
Levy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Levy, will become Bar Mitzva.
Both will recite the Haftoro and
speak briefly. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will then preach. Following the
services the parents will be hosts
at a reception in the Talmud Torah
hall.
Rabbi Samuel Segal of Chicago,
executive director of the Chicago
Theological Seminary for the past
level, years, arrived here Wednes-
day in the interests of the institu-
tion which is celebrating its fif-
teenth anniversary this week. Ac-
companying him is Rabbi Benjamin
A. Daskal of the Rodfei Zedek Con
gregation of Chicago, who will ad-
dress several important meetings
during his stay in Miami.
Mr. I. Roth, prominent commu-
nal worker of Miami Beach, is now
at his home, following at stay at
the Alton Road Hospital. He will
he happy to greet his many friends.
Next Thursday evening, Febru-
ary 4th, s. Yanowsky, prominent
Yiddish author and lecturer, will
be the guest speaker at a meeting
sponsored by the educational de-
partment of the Workmen's Circle,
beginning at 8:30 o'clock. The pub-
lie is invited to attend. Only a
nominal charge will be made.
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FRIDAY, 1 INUARY 29, Vol. 10N<. 5 1937

To the Dogs
As we live and grow older we learn much. We thought
we knew much of modern Jewish thought and the approach
to Jewish culture ... it appears, however, that we are quite
wrong.
We had believed that the ideals of the Young Men's He-
brew Association of Greater Miami included the advancement
of Jewish ideals and a respect for Jewish traditions. We still
believe that. Perhaps the method used is something novel.
Last FRIDAY NIGHT there was Y. M.
(he Hollywood Kennel Club, the dog track about twenty miles in the words of our hturgy:
their father-image they retain the j
freedom of the individual con- '
science, which they are free to iden-
tify with the will of God, and we
have democracy and liberty and
tolerance and the last conclusion
in that greatest of American say-
ings that no man is good enough
to rule another.
When men choose men as the
father-image we have "statism."
the worship of the state, of the
nation, of the symbolized group,
herd, pack in all its hundred evil
and destructive forms. We have
the deified emperors of Rome; we
have Napoleon Bonaparte (and all
the readers of all the innumer-
able biographies of that vulgar and
gigantic Babbitt and butcher); we
e all the dictators, big and lit-
tle, down to Mussolini and Hitler
and Stalin. We have orthodoxy,
obedience, wild chauvinism, the ec.
of death in battle, and per-
secution and rule by blood purges,
heresy trials and firing Bquads,
both in the Wilhelmstrasse and
Mosci w'a Red Square. A man and
a party, a dictatorship in brief,
hav become the father-image. Men
believe. Men worship. Men obey.
And the world is chaos. And note
how well the dictatorships are at
least subconsciously aware of the
psychic facts. They persecute the
religious man both in Germany and
in Russia. They persecute the Jew
and the sincere Christian. They
persecute all whose father-image
and reliance are in a transcendent
realm from the vantage point of
which they can draw strength to
denounce, to resist, to be free.
I must within the limits of this
column take a logical leap. God is
the source of human freedob. The
kingdom of God is the only realm
of human freedom. Profoundly
H. A. NIGHT at philosophical is the ideal expressed]
Vha-
through the South is an attempt to
exploit anti-negro sentiment and
rally it in opposition to the anti-
Nazi sentiment which seeks to boy-
cott the Schmeling-Braddock fight
. The strategy is that if the
South doesn't like negroes it will
be opposed to anything likely to
make a negro the world's heavy-
weight champion ... If the boy-
cott ruins the Schmeling-Braddock
tilt, then Joe Louis gets a crack
at Braddock Hence Schmeling's
handlers think it smart to show
their man in the South We
jalso hear that the Hitler hero's
I appearances below the Mason-Dix-
on line will be used to test OUt how
much boycott sentiment there is.
TniamL
TbisA,
N ;>/i News
If you eat in a hotel or restau-
rant thai Ha.- German help you had
bettei Bj eak in whispers be-
cause the Nazis have organized the
. i ; Gl man-American Wait-
ers, who-.' members are instructed
,o spy on guests in hotels and res-
taurants The members make
regular reports on their eavesdrop*}
pin:; lo the Deutscli-Anieiikanisch.
er Bund There is also a Nazi
outfit which spreads slanders about
prominent anti-Nazi G e r m an -
Americans and about other Amer-
icans opposed to Ilitlerism .
And we've also been told of the
Black Storm Troopers, a new Ger-
man group with branches through-
out the country ... It has special
affiliates for Polish, Hungarian and
While Russian Fascist-.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Now that the Golden Gloves
tournament is over, locally, we can
make mention of the boys who
made up the "Y"
a team. Paul R ce
and Max Schem-
er gained the run.
ner-up position,
Abie li.ikowitz,
Marvin Rubin. Al-
lan Seigal and
Joe Perce each won one Tight and
lost one, while Hal I.evinson and
Bernard Serkin, although defeated
in their initial bout, fought coni-
mendably to receive the plaudits
of the crowd.
The boys were all awarded gol-
den gloves by Duke Jordan, which
they are proudly displaying to all
I their friends. Now that we have
' a fine nucleus from this year's ag-
gregation better results may be ex.
,pected at next year's tournament.
Ollivy?
away from Miami. Of course, the traditional services, inspir-
ng talks, elevating ideals, were all the prime motivating fac-
tors in having this Jewish organization provide a Y. M. H. A.
CUP for the winner of the feature race. And the presenta- Eternal shall be as
tion address must have been replete with allusions to the ,
beauties of Jewish tradition. The glories of Jewry were
saved when the winning dog romped home.
It is about time that the Jewish community woke up. It
is high time that the traditionally clean minded, high think-
ing members of the "Y" rose up in arms and cleaned house.
At a time when Temple Israel had Rabbi 'laxay. a leader in
yah Adonai I'melech al-khol-ha'-
aretz ba'yom ha'hu yihyeh Adonai
echad u'shemo echad And the i
king over all
day shall the
Eternal be One and his name One."
Men whose father-image is the
Eternal will strive after that jus-
tice and that truth and that prao
tice of human brotherhood that they
must of necessity attribute to Him
the fifth district of B'nai B'rith. as its guests, and lfcin |um.lj(in am| gpecia] relationship to
Jacob, the world famous I)r. Mossinsohn as its guest, mtteaa i^ transcenden, and divine, so will
of urging its members to attend divine services at either oi (h ^ who m Hig chil(ll(.n strive .
these four religious institutions, the character building Iall their better 8d higher moments
stitUtion, the "Y," went "to the dogs. a|u.1. th(, unity ,,,- mankind in His
Once attain let us assert that this community needs a unity and in the Unity of Hhi
Y" it needs and will have a community center but it name.
does need, above all, a "Y" that is imbued with Jewteh ideals
... it does not need and will not stand for a Y that lends
itself to everything that is not Jewish, and that Is not char-
acter building.
There are some splendid men, ideally minded, among the
officers and directors of the "Y," but they are in the.minor-
v To try and ..lace the blame upon the executive director
of the "Y," as some are trying to do, is not only unfair, but
it to decidedly untrue. It is an indisputable fact that SO far
as the actual direction of the institution is Concerned, the
director fs bound, gagged and fettered by the board now ,n
control. It is time that the membership of the Y Clean OUl
many of its officers and governing board. It must do this
Immediately or forfeit the respect and support of the entire
public of this area.
We believe that the sincere and intelligent ^er^
of ,he Y" wants to do the right thing. Now is the time.
The "Y" must clean house. _^_____________________
Via Short Wave
A one-man Christian-Jewish
good will movement has been start-
ed in Poland by a Captain Pop-
ral/.ky, a retired army officer .
Through his paper, Zespolcnic, he
agitates against Jew-baiting and
seeks to rally the peasants and in
telligentsia to his proposed league
against anti-Semitism Having
survived an anti-Semitic plot to
poison him, former Foreign .Minis-
ter Nicholas Titulescu is busily en-
gaged in welding all democratic
and anti-Fascist forces in Rouma-
nia into a single bloc Those
Jewish protests to Tokio against
anti-Semitism in Japanese-con-
trolled Manchukuo won't get far
. Nippon has gone Nazi-crazy
. The swastika is omnipresent in
Japan And pro-Nazi feeling is
widespread.
I choose God, then we have prophets
and freedom and democracy. We
have Nathan and Jeremiah defy-
ing kings; we have John Milton
justifying to all Europe the execu-
tion of Charles I, the king, the tra-
ditional father-image of men; then
we have the revolutionaries of
France and of America, for let us
not forget the sincere Deism of
Window
The World's
By LUDWIG I.EWISOHN
(Continued from Page 1)
whom do they subject themselves ?
Whom do they identify as both .
their father-image and their super- i)0th groups. They rebelled against
ego or exteriorized conscience, I the c hurch, against the devices of
Oh, yes, the Jewish religion is
a very philosophical religion. It is
the religion of free me*. There
may be a Torah Emeth. It is not,
at least, written by a dictator or
a party. In its name, as agaki
the other day in Tripoli, men defy
the tyrant. You and I may not
be very scrupulous Shomrei Shab-
bath. But those Tripolitan Jewish
merchants who insisted on closing
their shops on the Sabbath and re-
ceived upon their naked backs the
lashes of that foul dictatorship are
men and heroes, assertors of hu-
man freedom, believers in the king-
dom of God. All free men every-
where should pay them homage.
They made no father-image of the
Italian upstart. God is their fa-
ther. Therefore they are free men
who would strive for that kingdom
of God on earth wherein all men
shall be free.
Let me state the conclusion of
the whole matter first. When they
man, never against the Eternal. In
brief, when men choose God as
Strictly
Confidential
By PIIINEAS J. BIRON
Fistic Dept.
The real reason behind the forth-
coming tour of Max Schmeling
New York's political master
minds haven't yet forgotten that
dove:nor Lehman was cut by thou-
sands of Catholic voters in the last
election ... To prove they still re-
member they are wondering what
Jewish voters will do if the Demo-
crats nominate a Catholic for may-
or They can stop worrying,
ii cause Jews don't vote that way
... If he-men start using lipstick
blame it on dermatologist Herman
Goodman, who says it would he a
precaution against lip cancer .
Maybe we're ignorant about bot-
any, but we stared hard when we
saw a story headlined "Wandering
Jew Thrives as Wall Pocket Plant"
. Kurt Weill, whose music is to
important a part of "The Eternal
Road," has been signed by Walter
Wanger to do the music for a pic-
ture of which Clifford Odets is
writing the script and which Lewis
Milestone will direct ... As we
mention "The Eternal Road" we
are reminded of the comment made
by one Aryan lady between the
acts of this Reinhardt presentation
... "I don't careI'm broad-mind-
ed," she declared, "but there'll be
a lot of Christians who'll object
to the Jews trying to make it ap-
pear that the Bible is their book"
. Sylvia Sidney will soon be
signing herself Mrs. B. P. Schul-
berg And Parkyakarkas (Har-
ry Einstein) and Eddie Cantor de-
cided to call it quits after last
week's broadcast.
Participating in a series of de-
bates at the regular Tuesday night
meeting of the \'. W. H. A. were:
Mrs. Nat Blumberg, Miss Eleanor
Rubin and Miss Josephine Kolman,
each victorious in their debate,
while others who took part in-
clude Miss Sarah Rownin, Mrs.
Jules Wilson, Miss Betty Tobias,
Mrs. Wiener, Mrs. Scheinhaum and
Miss Ida F.ngler.
This week's program was pre-
sided over by Mrs. Sam Shindell,
with Mrs. S. Blanch in charge of
next wick's program, to be held
Tuesday, February 5th.
Once again the Junior division
of the Y. M. H. A. will hold a get-
together dance at the "Y" club-
rooms this Sunday. January 31st.
A fine orchestra will play for the
dancing as well as assist the en-
tertainers. Admission is 25 cents
per customer. The public is cor-
dially invited to attend.
At a special meeting last Tues-
day the Miami Beach Jewish So-
cial Set, presided over by Mr. Shel-
don Dubler, have made plans to
spare no expense in securing an
outstanding orchestra to play for
their weekly Thursday night
dances, held at the Miami Beach
Golf and Country Club. Get the
habit and attend these weekly
dances.
St. Petersburg
Notes
The St. Petersburg lodge of
B'nai B'rith was formed at a meet-
ing held in the B'nai Israel Syna-
gogue last Sunday evening, follow-
ing addresses by Mr. Nathan Adel-
man. president of the Miami lodge,
and Mr. J. Louis Shochet. Offi-
cers elected were: Dave Rothblatt,
president; A. Sierkese, vice-presi-
dent: J. Fuchs, treasurer; David
Loebel, corresponding secretary;
Ed Goldman, financial secretary;
Morris Hermer, monitor; Sam J.
Goldberg, assistant monitor; Sam
Shapiro, guardian; E. Gcllman, Jo-
seph M. Adler and Sam Pearlstein,
trustees. Plans for the initiation
of the members, the induction of
the lodge and the installation of the
officers are now being made and
will be announced shortly.


Pag* Four
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, January 29, 1937
Society
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A very interesting discussion
was held by the Junior Council
Tuesday evening*. The subject
was: 'Three Questions Jews Must
Answer." The topic dealt with the
question, "Is the Jew a Race, Re-
ligion or Nationality?"
A benefit bridge party will be
held at the New Shoreham Hotel,
Ocean drive at Sixth St., Miami
Beach, February 3rd at 8:30 p. m.
Miss Olive Meyer will be in charge.
This will be the first public affair
to be held at this new hotel, and
Junior Council is preparing for a
large turnout.
The council's Valentine day dance
will be held Sunday night, Febru-
ary 14th, at the Alcazar Roof.
Mort Richards orchestra has been
engaged for the affair. Dancing
will start at 9:30 and entertain-
ment and favors will be featured.
*
The irrepressible impulse of the
American public to go places and
see things has caused the creation
of a "vacation savings plan" by
the Seaboard Air Line railway,
which operates similarly to install-
ment buying or Christmas savings
clubs. Opening the door to the
magic carpet of travel to every-
one, the plan enables the prospec-
tive vacationer to make small de-
posits each week, month or at oth-
er intervals to finance the desired
trip.
Mr. T. W. I.uckett. Seaboard's di-
vision passenger agent in Miami,
explains that through the "vaca-
tion savings plan" the depositor
can plan his trip exactly how and
when he wants it, or, without
charge, the Seaboard representa-
tive will assist in planning a vaca-
tion tour to suit the depositor's
wishes and budget. Mr. Luckett
also explained that the depositor's
"vacation savings plan" account
may be applied, if desired, against
the cost of any of five all-expense
tours which the Seaboard is to
have on sale, effective June 1st.
These tours include visits, either
individually or in combination, to
Washington, New York, Atlantic
City and Niagara Falls.
In commenting on the "vacation
savings plan" Mr. Luckett said
that within the past few years
there has been a marked increase
shown in the desire of the general
public to see the many interesting
cities and natural wonders of
America, and that now, with rail
fares on the Seaboard starting at
a cent and a half a mile, with com-
pletely air-conditioned trains, many
of which are to be equipped with
reclining seats, deluxe coaches and
several other innovations for pas-
sengers' comfort, the "vacation
savings plan," through judicious
budgeting, enables everyone to en.
joy ideal trips without financial
worries, and to travel to and from
the chosen cities safely, comfort-
ably and economically.

A comedy entitled "All's Well
That F.nds," featured the spinster
tea at which the membership com-
mittee of Junior Hadassah were
hostesses Monday evening. The
play was written and directed by
Miss Eddie Adler, treasurer of
Junior Hadassah, and the cast in-
eluded Miss Adler, Miss Audrey
Cutler, Miss Helen Schiff, Miss
Irene Goldberger and Miss Ethyl
Wax.
Humorous games were played
during the evening, with prizes go-
ing to Miss Bertha Newell, Miss
Jeanette Seligman and Mrs. Leo A.
Shaikin. Prize for the most amus-
ing spinster costume was present-
ed to Miss Cutler.
The administration of the Miami
unit of Junior Hadassah will en-
tertain members and their escorts
at their annual cocktail party and
dance on Sunday evening, Febru-
ary 28th. Admission will be by
membership card.

Mrs. A. Bolctzky of New York
is the house guest of her sister,
Mrs. Morris Dubler of Coral
Gables.
*
Miss Jane Galen of Newark, N.
J., is the house guest of Mrs. Hy-
man Gottesman of Miami Beach.

Mrs. Fox and Mrs. Weiss of Clif-
ton, N. J., are stopping at the Nemo
Hotel and are being entertained by
Mrs. Hyman Gottesman of Miami
Beach.

Miss Bede Goldenblank is visit-
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Goldenblank of this city, for sev-
eral weeks.

The dessert bridge, sponsored by
the Jewish Welfare Bureau, which
was to have been held last Wednes-
day, will be held on Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 2nd, at 1:30 p. m. at the
Alamac Hotel, Miami Beach. Mem.
bers and friends are urged to at-
tend. The committee in charge of
arrangements consists of Mesdames
K. H. Miles, chairman; II. H. Miller,
Harry I. Magid, J. Engler, Riva
Schwartz, N. Dreyer and B. H. Lon-
don. An entertaining program has
been prepared,
*
Mrs. Morris B. Frank and Mrs.
!. a Shaff entertained Mrs. A.
Bolitzer of New York with a bridge
luncheon Wednesday, -January 27,
at the Annell Hotel, Miami Beach.
.Mrs. Bolitzer is the sister of Mrs.
Frank and Mrs. Lena Dubler. Can-
tor Kelman entertained with sev-
eral Hebrew .-dictions and Miss
Dorothy Lightman and Mrs. J. Finn
entertained with humorous read-
ings. Among those present were:
Mis. Morris Dubler, Mrs. A. F.
Friedman, Mis. I.. II. Finn, Mrs. M.
Miles, Mrs. .1. Finn, Mrs. M. Hoff-
man, Mrs. Libby Abenson, Mrs.
Sidney Pepper, Airs. A. Pepper,
Mrs. li. Silver, Mrs. S. Felman,
Mrs. M. Weinberger, Mrs. s. .1.
Spector, Mrs. Charles Goldstein.
Mrs. Samuel Miller, Mrs. Jack
Miller, Mrs. Sam Blank, Mrs. A.
Segal! of Atlanta, Mrs. ,1. liei--
man, Mrs. E. M. Keisman, Mr-.
Meyer Levy of Atlanta, Mrs. Louis
Brown, Mrs. Lena Simon, Mrs. Max
Goldstein, Mrs. S. I'. Cohen. Mrs.
Ida Kosenbloom, Mrs. A. Cohen,
Miss Dorothy Lightman of Boston,
Mrs. Jules Hollander, Mrs. S. Ka-
zan, Mrs. Henry Barack, Mrs. Ed
Reiman, Mrs. B. Baida, Mrs. Mir-
iam Mayer, Mrs. Rose Lipsitz, Mrs.
Frances Kamens, Mrs. I. L. Mint-
zer, Mrs. Frank of New York, Mrs.
Morris Schonfeld and Mrs. Mau-
rice Weintraum.
Fassa's Monte Carlo restaurant
has been chosen by the Temple Is-
rael Sisterhood for their birthday
luncheon, to be held Monday, Feb-
ruary 1st, with Mrs. Morris Plant
and Mrs. Henry Nevins in charge.
Reservations will be taken by
either hostess, to which the public
has been invited.
* *
The Loyalty Club of Emunan
chapter, O. E. S., will be enter-
tained by Mrs. Lena Simon Tues-
day evening, February 2nd, at her
home, 208 S. \V. Twenty-fourth
road, when plans will be complet-
ed for a card party to be held
at the American Legion Home
Wednesday evening, February 17th.
*
For the purpose of making final
arrangements for the carnival ba-
zar, the Tamar de Sola Pool Young
Judea Club and the Boys' Young
Judea of Miami will meet at Beth
David Talmud Torah on Wednes-
GETTING A NEW CHANCE AT LIFE
IN PLANS being evolved to re-
construct the lives of Jews in
Germany, Poland, Rumania and
other parts of Central and Kastern
Europe, vocational training and re-
training are Important projects.
Due to the stringent economic
decrees of the present German gov-
ernment, a tremendous task of
changing their entire vocational
structure was imposed upon the
Jews of that country. Aided by
ilic American Jewish Joint Distri-
bution Committee, ~H training cen-
ters have been opened for German
.bus in Germany and in 9 other
countries which have been training
tnousands of Jewish young men and
women in agriculture and crafts,
chiefly to enable them to emigrate
to Palestine and other lands.
However, during 1!'3*>. Jewish
youths Of Polish nationality, seek-
Ing to prepare themselves for emi-
gration, made tip 20 per cent of
the student body of the schools
located outside of Germany,
In 1935 a total of 2,133 students
had completed their courses or were
enabled to emigrate. On December
31, 1935, there were 4,768 under
training :::)<<:'. in Germany and
1,131 in schools outside of Germany.
It is estimated that si per cent
of the male students and r>r> per
: i >! he 'emale Undents In Ju-.se
schools are studying agriculture.
The rest study manual trades and
domestic work, respectively.
In Poland, Rumania, Lithuania.
Latvia and other sections of Europe,
in trade schools and agricultural
training centers sustained by tIn-
Joint Distribution Committee. Jew-
ish youths and adults are learning
ever) type of occupation farming,
machinist's trader;, carpentry, shoe-
maklng arid electrical work.
Pictured here are scenes (1) from
the training center at Neuendorf
Germany, where a group of young
men anil women are shown gaining
practical experience in dairy farm
ing; (2) an entire Jewish famil.v
in Poland, lather, son and grain!
father, learning how to operate a
knitting machine as a first step
towanl their economic rehabillts
tlon, and (8) Rumanian Jewish
youths learning the machinists
trade in ;, trade school, sustained
by Hi.- f.D.C. in Bucharest.
day, February 3rd, at :45 p. m.
I'hi' carnival bazar will be he'd
February 7th at Kaplan Hall, be-
ginning at H p, m. Sponsors are
Mrs. Max Shapiro, Miss Adele Se-
gall. Mr. Nathan Zwitman, Mr.
Sidney Segall and Mr. Samuel J.
Kanner.
This is a very important busi-
ne-- meeting and all members are
urged to attend.
Beth David Sisterhood will cele-
brate Sisterhood Sabbath tonighf
at the late services in Beth David
Synagogue with Mesdames Isidor
Cohen, Lewis Brown, Meyer
Schwartz and William Robinson,
past presidents, and Mrs. Sol Rot-
fort, present president, participat-
ing in the services. Mrs. Stanley
C. Myers will be guest speaker.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach
during the evening and Can-
tor Louis Dayman and the choir
will chant the services. Follow
ing the services the Sisterhood will
he hosts at a reception. Saturday
morning the Junior Congregation
will meet at 10:30 o'clock. The
public is invited to attend.
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
its annual Purini ball on Thursday,
February 25th, at the Mahi Shrine
Temple. On Sunday, February 28,
the annual Purim dinner will be
held. Full details of both event-
will be announced soon.

The Miami Jewish Juniors are
sponsoring a theatre benefit at
the Tower Theatre on February
8th and 0th. Tickets may be ob-
tained from any member of the
organization. The next meeting
of the organization will be held at
the home of Ray and Esther
Shochet and all Jewish boys and
girls interested in joining the or-
ganization are asked to communi-
cate with the membership chair-
man.
The fashion show being spon-
sored by the Miami section of the
Senior Council of Jewish Women
will be held at the Palm Island
Club on Wednesday, February 10,
at 2 p. m., when the entire Palm
Island Club show will be presented
in addition to a one-hour fashion
show, which will be staged by the
Princess Pat and Jay Mignon of
Roney Plaza. Admission will be
the nominal sum of only one dol-
lar. The public is urged to at-
tend.
*
Cantor and Mrs. Maurice Mam-
ches are receiving congratulations
on the birth of a daughter last
Saturday at the Alton Road Hos-
pital. Mother and baby are rest-
ing nicely.
a *
The public speaking class spon-
sored by tin- National Council of
Jewish Women will meet this aft-
ernoon at 2 o'clock at the May-
flower Hotel.
*
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of
tin- Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation will officiate at the wed-
ding of Miss Gertrude Rappaport.
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Rappaport, prominent communal
workers of this city, to Mr. Wil-
liam E. Warshoff, on Sunday eve-
ning, February 7th, at the Bis-
cayne Masonic Hall, Fifteenth ave.
and N. W. First St., at 7:30 o'clock.
Miss Charlotte Rappaport, a sis-
ter of the bride, will be maid of
honor and Mr. Sam Steinberg will
be best man. The ceremony will
be followed by a reception. All
lriends of the family are invited to
attend. No cards will be issued.
Randolph Scott, Binnie Barnes
and Henry Wilcoxon head one of
the greatest casts of stars ever as-
sembled on the screen in "The Last
of the Mohicans," which begins
Sunday at the Tivoli Theatre.
Scott is seen as Hawkeye, the
brave and handsome Colonial scout
hero. Miss Barnes is cast as the
glamorous Alice Munro, who is
torn between love for him and loy-
alty to the gallant Major Duncan
Heyward, played by Wilcoxon.
Cabot has the role of Magua, the
renegade Indian spy; Miss Angel
is seen as the lovely Cora Munro
and Reed plays Uneas, the young
Indian brave who hopelessly wor-
ships her.
Breath-taking highlights of the
picture are the defense of Fort
William Henry against the on-
slaught of the French legions;
Cora's death leap from the heights
of Lovers' Cliff; the thrilling res-
cue of Hawkeye from the torture-
stake of the savage Hurons.
Robert Taylor, who has achieved
an unprecedented popularity among
followers of the screen, makes his
newest appearance in "His Broth-
er's Wife," starting Sunday at the
Seventh Avenue Theatre, in which
he is e*>-starred with Barbara
Stanwyck in a powerful story of
oilman emotions played largely
against a background of scientific
exploration in the jungles. The
picture was directed by W. S. Van
Dyke.
V


Friday, January 29, 1937
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
I
Scenes at the Hnai Brith executive board of the Supreme Lodge mooting la, # day and Thursday. Left to right, upper, shows main table at banquet, and initiation
Jemple Israel. Lower pictures, executive board in committee meeting and ; ,;, tanquet. Third row shows banouet scenes, including iImmIm i....__, ..u....... _jj
banquet scenes on main floor and mezzanine.
and
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Unquet Third row shows banquet scenes, including dancing. Bottom shows additional
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Page Six
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, January 29, 1937
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN
6906 Albac >re Drive
ach
i both '! '.'.' Rabbis w:
ut the year.
K VBHI rill.MAX A. /.vVITMAN
530 \, E. 31st St.
- 9648
be at the Temple every morn-
dance
evening, February 1. The basket-
hall panic will he in the Andrew
Jackson High School gym, bes:in-
ning promptly at 7:30 o'clock while
the dance following will be held in
at Hi o'clock.
iliary of Congregation Rodoph
Sholom has been postponed until
March 2.
Mrs. Marian Miller of New York,
executive director of the National
Council of Jewish Women, will be
CONGREGATIONAL
i
SISTKKIIOi'L
made for the basketball game and fund; Mrs. Sam Bryan, correspond- The |^* 'j*^ *
thai will be held Monday in* secretary; Mr.. Henry Rozen- February 2Jrd by the Lad.es^ Aux-
gvaig, recording and financial sec-
retary, with Mrs. Herb Talisman
aa assistant.
The following committee chair-
men were elected: Mrs. J. T. Wilen-
the Jacksonville Jewish Center sky. relief and loan committee; Mrs.
uditorium, Third and silver its., M. Stein, home; Mrs. B Becker,
transient; Mrs. Louis Wolf son, sun- truest of honor at the annual
shine; Mrs. Pete Haimowiti, so- Inncheon to be given by the Tampa
Thc marriaj.....I Mi Helen cial and program; Mrs. Sam Wit- section on February 10th at the
V\ |Khter of Mr. and Mrs. ten. way. and means; Mrs. II. Ros- Tampa Terrace hotel,
il. j. wi. ei of Waycross, Ga., to enzvaig, publicity; -Mrs. A. Nabin,
l; .. ... ,. 0f Jacksonville took membership; Mrs. Sm Bryant, tel-
place tit hik'li noon Sunday, Jan- ephone.
17th, in thc home of Mr. a-----------------
. M. Mirk in Ji
f the bride-
Rabbi Mo Mar-
nony in
Mi,s Sybil Apatoff is visiting in
Miami Beach.
1
i
lit lit
m. The
iur repre-
. Mrs. Kaplan
D. Williams, are
an:; .
I i vening at the i
lar held al 3:15 o'cl<
I>r, n ill give his report of
th< comi :: ion.
I s< : icea w ill be conducted by
R Zwitman, and a reception for
the congregation and its guests
will sored by the Sister-
hood.
In the ]>a.-i week the Temple Is-
rai I pulpit, which has lien,me a
i ing house for Jewish opinion
of all shadings and hues, has had
aa ita occupants Rabbi J. Marshall
Taxay of Terre Haute. Ind., on
Friday evening, January 22nd. and
the Hen. Henry Morgenthau, sr,
<'n Sunday evening, January 24th.
Mr. Herbert U. Feibelman, presi-
dent of the congregation, intro-
duced the distinguished visitor,
iti I -nine high lights from
his colorful career, aa ambassador
and liaison officer on behalf of
Jewish masses the world over.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
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On Sunday afternoon, January
24th, the large confirmation class
of Israel was entertained
at lun i: by one of it.- members,
Mia Betl I etaw, at her home.
PI n for a social club, which
would include the members of thc
confirmation and post-confirma-
tion were discussed by the
ii .1 several social functions
for the purpose of defraying some
of the confirmation expenses were
The total enrollment of our Re-
hool is now 212 children,
and the social .-ervire collections
which we see,ire from this large
ar< ised for noble purposes,
Last week our Religious school be-
came a member of the Jewish Wel-
of Miami by paying
annual dues. Other organiza-
tions to which our school has con-
tributed within the past two weel -
i the Mahi Temple Crippled Chil-
dren's Fund, the Salvation Army
and the V. W. C. A. drive.
Birthdays celebrated tit the as-
sembl] last Sunday wen' those of
Gerald Simon and Natalea Simon-.
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Tampa Notes
liahlu Alar-hall Taxay of Terre
birthd on of '' >nly the immediate fI:,u.,.. in,i.. Waa the principal
our .- will be held on
ary 1st, 1937, :.t
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invitation banquet
V. M. II. A. NO! is
Dr. Ben Zion Mossinsohn deliv-
ered a very interesting lecture on
nns in Palestine in the audi-
torium on Monday evening. Jan-
uary 25th. A large and attentive
nville Jew-
Harrj F
'.; and
ithof v,
given by the Tampa lodge of B'nai
B'rith on Sunday evening, January
i audience greeted the Bpeaker, Mor-
ris G. Rosenberg, president of thc
Zionists, introduced the
Pi:. B Hotel El Boulevard. cal
. Jacobs of Atlanta acted speaker.
in tailing officer. The officers The gp^,. at the next public
: "l"1 ducted were Judge M. Henry Co- f(ll.nil,_ i. iK,],i ,, Sunday eve-
ning, January :ilst, will he Prof.

itioninthe hen> ,IM.,:,|,.n:; m. g. Rosenberg,
Silver and
After the luncheon a bridge witl C-enl
rous valuable prizes will be Third
ed by the ladies. Reserva- R >f religious, soi ial and
turn- at $1.50 per plate may made !l>
by calling either of the co the retiring committee leader..
chairmen.
GENERAL
On Sunday morning, in our T< i
pie, 1 (r. Kaplan upressed I he feel-
l e hosen I i serve included
H. Moscovitz, first vice-president;
B. Baker, second vice-president;
Moe Safer, secretary; Max Rose,
trea urer, and J. Hackel, auditor.
The board of directors follows:
Jacob Becker, Philip Brok, S. D.
ings ol hoth young and old ol our .
, Kramer, Max Mirkis, S. Selber,
[citation when he extended...... .
Pred Soforenko, M. Scheinbaum, I.
M. Lieberman, J. Lapinsky. 0.
. Dr. Sam Witten, [sser
Pi ice, Hymen Selber, II. Kline, II.
I Icy man, 1. Moscovitz, Brownstein,
M. Wolfson and Mrs. J. Hacked.
Mrs. Ida Feldman and Miss Ethel
Jael, the latter three representing
i he l laughters <>f Israel.
greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Zeientz upon the celebration of
their twenty-fifth wedding anni-
S nee the very early in-
,option of the Temple Mr. and Mrs,
Zeientz have faithfully and unwa-
veringly labored in thc guidance of
this institution, and the manifold
blessings and thank- of their
friends are merely partial indexes
of the service they have rendered
and the admiration they have
gained from their fellow Jews of
our community.
As part of thc broad platform
of Temple Israel, which attempts
to eieati a better understanding
between various groups of our com-
munity, Dr. Kaplan will address
the Tamiami Temple at their ves
per services on Sunday afti
at 5:30. In the near future a
meeting at which several church
ministers will speak, will be held
I in our temple for the purpose of
promoting good will.
\ part of a different phase of
this same platform, Rabbi Zwit-
man addressed the Conservative
congregation of Beth David at
their services last Friday evening.
At a regular mod ing of the La-
Hebrew Sheltering Aid So-
ciety and Home for the Aged thc
election of officers and committee
chairmen was held. Mrs. J. Shapiro
i ided.
The special committee in charge
of arrangements for the anniver-
sary celebration to be held Sun-
day evening. March 7th, in the
Center, will have the following
chairmen: Mrs. M. (ihclcrter. Mrs.
Pi te Haimowitz and Mrs. G. Le-
vine. Definite plans will be an-
nounced at a later date.
The following officers were
unanimously elected to serve: Mrs.
.1. Shapiro, president; Mrs. S. Las.
arow, first vice-president; Mrs. M.
Uhelerter, second vice-president;
Mrs. L. Wolfson, third vicc-prcsi-
vice-president; Morris S. Uman,
secretary; S. G. Aroi on, monitor;
Sidney Linker, associate monitor;
ssler, inner guard; II. A. Jen-
kins and Dr. Dan Rachelson, war-
den -.
Mr. Nathan Adelman and J.
Louis Shochet of Miami also spoke
and reported that they had just
returned from St. Petersburg,
where they had organized a new-
lodge.
Tampa chapter of the Junior Ha
dassah entertained at a "hobo"
party on Thursday evening at the
I-in.nan cabin. The entertainment
included stunts, games and a nov-
elty amateur program. Refresh-
ments were served hy Mrs. Jean
I'inman, Miss Ruth Finman and
Miss Elizabeth Abramovitz. Miss
Abramovitz, membership chairman,
was assisted in arrangements for
the party by Miss Lucille Rosen-
berg, president, and Mrs. Al Weiss,
social chairman.
A. L. Muir, a Gentile pro-Zionist.
Discussion will follow the lecture.
The public is cordially invited to
attend.
On Sunday evening, February 7,
a dance will be given, with music
by Clyde Schuster and his Silver
Kings orchestra. A bunco game
will precede the dance. The pub-
lic will he welcome.
The classes in Judaism, given by ,|ent. Mrs. Sidney I.. Blattner,
Dr. Kaplan, will hen in again on
Monday evening, February 1st, in
Dr. Kaplan's study at 8 o'clock.
Hebrew classes are held every
Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock.
The next meeting of the Temple
hoard will he held Tuesday nis
' iruarj "'-'nd. at 8 o'clock at the
Temple.
Al the B'nai B'rith banquet held
in Palm Beach at the Mayflower
Hotel, Sunday. January 2lth. Rabbi
Zwitman and Jefferson Peyser,
president of district 4, were thc
principal speakers.
Jacksonville News
One of the most interesting meet-
ings of the local Junior Hadassah
was held Wednesday night in the
Jacksonville Jewish Center. Miss
Molly Mizrahi, president, presided.
Reports from the various chairmen
were given.
Miss Clara Krame.-, delegate to
th National Junior Hadassah con-
vention, gave a most inspiring re-
A fathers* night meeting will be
celd in the Center auditorium on
Wednesday, February 17lh.
The annual membership tea will
he given in the home of Miss Mol-
ly Mizrahi, president, on Sunday.
February 21st. All members, both
old and prospective, are urged to
| come. This tea culminates the
membership drive for the year.
treasurer of the home fund; Mrs.
Ben Baker, treasurer of the aid
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Friday, January 2it, 1937
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Pay* Seven
Society
The Bible class, under the aus-
pices of the National Council of
Jewish Women, will resume its ses-
sions on Tuesday, February 2nd, at
10:30 a. m. at Kaplan Hall on "The
1'rophetic Movement." All mem-
bers and visitors are asked to at-
tend. There are no charges of any
kind.
* *
Saturday, January 30th, Wayne
Kinjr and his famous radio broad-
casting orchestra begin the final
week of their record attendance
engagement at the Biscayne Ken-
nel Club. King and his orchestra
have been one of the most popu-
lar attractions in the history of the
I lack.
Ted Lewis and his merry bund of
brilliant entertainers will take over
the grandstand program, begin-
ning Saturday night, January fith.
This is the first time that the Ted
Lewis attraction has ever been of-
fered the public at such popular
prices. The regular track admis-
sion price of 25 cents will still pre-
vail during the Ted Lewis engage-
ment. The dance policy that be-
came so popular with Biscayne pa.
trons during the past three weeks
will still prevail.
Ted lewis brings almost a com-
plete review with his hand coming
direct from the Royal Palm Club.
and nearly every member of the
organization is an eminent enter-
tainer in his own right, either as
a soloist or specialty performer.
Frank J. Bruen, general man-
ager of the Biscayne Kennel Club,
announced yesterday that the Bis-
cayne grandstand will be a ver-
itable forum for stage, screen and
radio celebrities throughout the re-
mainder of the racing season, in
addition to the regular attractions
being presented in the grandstand.
There will be prominent personal-
ities on the program almost night-
ly who are now appearing in Flor-
ida.
* *
A cordial invitation is extended
id all to attend special services at
Beth Jacob Synagogue tomorrow
morning, January 30th, at o'clock,
when the infant daughter born to
Cantor and Mrs. Maurice Mamches
last Saturday will be named Delvia
Elene at a traditional ceremony.
Following the services Rabbi and
Mrs. Jacob M. Falvin of Mobile,
Ala., parents of Mrs. Mamches, will
be hosts at kiddush in the vestry
moms of the synagogue at noon,
and again at Shalosh Saudoh.
*
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will entertain the children of
its Sunday school Sunday morning,
January 31st, following the regu-
lar assembly in celebration of
Chamisho Osor B'Shvat, the Jew-
ish Arbor Day, which was observed
this week.
*
The regular late Friday evening
services at the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation at 8:15 o'clock
tonight will feature an address by
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner on
"FruitsMaterial and Spiritual."
The usual Saturday morning and
afternoon services will be held, with
the Shalosh Sauduh at 5 o'clock.
*
T'ne regular monthly meeting of
the Miami section of the National
Council of Jewish Women will be
held on Wednesday, February 3rd,
at 2:30 p. m. at the Mayflower Ho-
tel with Dr. J. Pearson of the Uni-
versity of Miami as the guest
speaker. Miss Harriett Maconell
of the Opera Comique will be
guest soloist. All members and
friends ore urged to attend.

On Wednesday evening, Febru-
ary 3rd, at the Alamac Hotel,
Miami Beach, Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son will review "Spinoza's Age of
Reason" for members and friends
of the National Council of Jewish
Women. All are urged to attend.
On Friday afternoon, February 5th,
the public speaking class will hold
its monthly public speaking class
at the Mayflower Hotel with the
public invited to attend. Miss Ev-
elyn Raff will render several vo-
cal selections.

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wallerstein
entertained with a reception last
night at their home to celebrate
the engagement of their daughter,
Mis. Louella W. Fair, to I. D. Sha-
piro of Augusta, Ga. The wedding
will take place in February. Mr.
Shapiro is associated in business
in Augusta with the S. & J. Simo-
witz Company shoe stoics.
Mr. ami Mis. Sam Miller enter-
tained Wednesday night with a
party at the French Casino honor-
ing the couple, and Mrs. Joseph
Cromer and Mrs. Harold Tobin will
be hostesses at a party this week
tor the bride-elect.
*
Mr. Henry Sugarman, prominent
architect "f New York, a member
of the firm of Sugarman & Ber-
ber, architects for the Hotel New
Yorker and other famous buildings,
is visiting his sister, Mrs. G. Ber-
lin of Miami Beach. He will re-
main here for a short time.
*
At a meeting of the local B'nai
B'rith officers and trustees the
lodge appropriated the sum of
twenty-five dollars to the Red
Cross fund for the relief of flood
sufferers.
The Jewish Welfare Bureau had
a luncheon Tuesday at the Hotel
Evans to discuss plans for the con-
templated "Parade of Stars" re-
vue, which will be presented Feb-
ruary 15th under the auspices of
tie Welfare Bureau. Mr. Rudy R.
Adler is in charge of arrangements.
Tickets may be obtained at the
Olympia Theatre and will range
from $1.50 to $10. The committee
urges that tickets be obtained im-
mediately.
* *
The world famous Cantor P. S.
j Pinchik, who has been on a tour
of the United States and Canada
during the past year, will appear
in special services on February 12
and 13 at Beth Jacob Synagogue.
Miami Beach, and on Sunday eve-
ning, February 14, at a concert
featuring international music. Pin-
chik possesses a lyric tenor voice
iind came here from Kiev, Russia,
where he was cantor of the larg-
! est synagogue there. Full detail-
will appear in our next issue.
Monsky, Joseph Salus, Archibald
Marx, Sam Beber, Sidney Stern
and Richard Gutstadt were present-
ed to the guests. The principal ad-
dress of the evening was delivered
by the Hon. Alfred M. Cohen, in-
ternational president of B'nai
B'lith. Mrs. Evelyn Raff sang
several selections. The benediction
wa> pronounced by Rabbi Abraham
A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation. Follow-
ing the dinner and during courses
the Hotel Floridian orchestra pro-
vided dance music.
H. U. C. Houses
Flood Victims
ger zone, but at this writing not
yet in it, are the Plum st. temple
and the offices of the B'nai B'rith
and the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations.
Fears that the entire supply of
Matzoh flour to be used in the prep-
aration of Manischewitz's Passover
matzoh had been rendered chomitz-
dige through exposure to water
were proven groundless when an
examination showed the flour f.o
be stored on an upper story of the
Manischewitz factory. The lower
stories are under water. The
slaughter house of Cohen & Sons,
one of the largest purveyors of
kosher meat, is also under water.
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B'nai B'rith
Ends Sessions
(Continued from Cage 1)
Coplan, president of the Ladies'
Auxiliary of district Xo. 2; Hen-
ry Morgenthau, sr., former am-
bassador to Turkey, one of the
guests of honor; Wilfred Feiga.
president of district No. 1; Rabbi
J. Marshall Taxuy, president of
district No. 2; Gei-on Toluchko,
president of District No. !; Abe
Shefferman, president of district
No. 5; Simon Want pole, president
of district No. 7; Sidney G. Kus-
wonn, national treasurer; Henry
Cincinnati ( WNS)While classes
and lectures at the Hebrew Union
College, the city's best known and
largest Jewish institution, were
suspended, the dormitories and the
auditorium of the college have
been thrown open to the stricken
residents of the river front area'
of the city which has borne the ]
brunt of the flood. Some 500 peo-
ple can beaccommodated on cots In
the college dormitories and audito-
rium. The college is on Clifton
ave., a mile and a half north of the
i ana and several hundred
feet above it. The Reading roa.l
and Rockdale ave. temples are also
on higher ground and in no clan-
ger from the flood. Near the dan-
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Page Eight
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, January 29, 1937
Jewish News
Around the
World
Suggests Itt'lifiaii Congo as Colony
for Polish JeWB
Anti-Easeist League Fights
Schmelinn Tour
i (WNS) Coloi ization
numl rs of Polish Jews in
Congo, a hujro area
in Central Afrii
"Pou influential Belj

bu
a hai

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to "I' lurquoi."
T
P i mid In
Congo, poinl
G lev lid
tie here it might
h il h i li rn any.
i
ni on thi tion, but it
wi I" irned fi om usuall; i
boui il quart a
proposal serious consci I
eratii n. Il i- un lei stood t hal
in "Pourquoi" i.- a ti
balli to test the reaction of Jew.
i-i! p iblic opinion.
his previous acceptance of an invi-
tation extended to him by High
Commissioner Sir Arthur Wau- ----------
chope at the command of King New York (WNS) Joining
George. In revealing that he had hands with the Non-Sectarian Anti.
declined to go to London for the Nazi League, which launched the
coronation ceremonies, Abdul Had! I boycott against the Braddock-
declareri that "the Supreme Mos- Schmeling fight, the American
lem Council considers the accept- League Against War and Fascism
ance of the invitation as against has announced that it will oppose
the r.terests of the Arab nation." the exhibition tour of Max Schmel-
It is understood that llaj Amin e! ing through 22 American cities,
ini, Mufti of Jerusalem and beginning March 1st. The league
of the Supreme Moslem declares it is planning a national
man of the campaign againsl Schmeling be-
littee, -un. led larges, he is coming he e
Abdul llri.ii to n ..... ary of the Nazi
1 /'
. -i .1. wish National
i ;
adci.
; hi coi nnation i>i be
f Pa fewry.
erg of religion under the proposed t Jfiinf 1 T\ f* lnH
amendment would not be paid frra J01"1 "
public funds.
U. P. A. Drive Start

Would Permit Religious Teaching
in Ni N nrk Schools
. N. Y ( WNS i All
on t itution of
ol Ni w \ ork to permit
the teaching of religion in public
has been introduced in the
---------- '- .'1111 bj Assemblyman Matt-
hew .!. II. McLaughlin of the Bronx
Tl! Aviv (W.NS-Pali r Agency) |]; ... iih; nf a .,,.,,,,, ,
Building Contractors in Clash With
llisliidi iilh
League Session on Palestine
Ma) iisi
Lon m i W NS-Palcor Agency) -
\ implete discussion by the
il Nat ions' Mandates Com-
n into the disorders in l'al-
during 1936 and the Btatus
of thai mandated territory will
session on May 31st,
it revi aled here. In reply to
a ry from the mandates com-
missi in of the league as to when
n would be able to submit a long-
deferred report on the Palestine
ill-: the l!i it sh govel n
proposed that a specia
sion n Palestine should be held,
April as requested, but on
.May ;!-t. "when the British gov-
ernment will be in a position to
furni h information." The man
immission and the leag
coun a i epted t he Hi Hi-h
proposal. It assumed thai the
repo i of : he British royal commis-
sion, head) d by Lord Peel, to in
quire into the disturbances, will be
in time for the meeting
ndates i ommission.
Palottine Vrabs Boycott Corona-
tion of King George VI
trouble, which has been
brewing the past few weeks,
as a public conflict when
building contractors sought t" oust
workers affiliated with the Jewish
Federation of Labor. Following a
e ii of clashes, a contractor on
n Tel Aviv building dismissed all
lli-tadi'uih laborers and replai |
them with Revisionists. A proposal
that the dispute in- referred to ar-
Ijtration was made by the Jewish
district officer, but was rejected
by the contractor and the Revi-
sionist workers. There were indi-
cations that the controversy would
not be isolated, but would spread
into other fields involving labor-
capital relations. Two other con-
tractors have already demanded
that their workers leave the Hit-
tadruth or be dismissed.
Sort ion I. Article '.' of the state
constitution, Assemblyman Mc-
Laughlin'.* amendment would allow
"religious training for -pupils in
schools or institutions of learning
supported in whole or part by pub-
lic funds, under the direction of
instructors professing the same re-
ligi us faith, designated by duly
constituted religious bodies." Teach-
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(W s'S Pa o Agency i
\:aii of Palestine made known
that they would officially boyi otl
the ironation of King George VI
m. Amin Abdul Hadi, member
of the Supreme Moslem Council,
unn ''ni' ii that he had withdi awn
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ALBERT NEMETZ S. HOWARD ROSENDORF
437 Washington Avenue
Congress Hears Nazis Drilling
20.000 Men in U. S.
Washington, O. C. (WNS)Nazi <
agents are drilling 20,000 men in
German uniforms in various parts \
of the United States, it was [
charged by Representative Samuel
Dickstein of New York from the
Ploor of the bouse of representa-
i -. e Asserting that he had doc
i.'aiy evidence to prove his
i h.n Represi ntat ive Dickstein I
most of the drilling is being
in New York. Michigan,
Pennsylvania and Illinois. He also
reiterated his previous assertion
thai the Nazi regime was circu
ng draft : im to German-
Americans regardless of their pre
int citizenship status seekine;
pledges of loyalty to Germany in
event of war. Naturalized Ger-
mans, lie said, "are being hounded
by German spies and consuls and
i "pii sental \\ es."
Rotterdam (WNS) Holland1-
' lesl Bynagogue, which dates from
the seventeenth century, has been
clo d because the majority of its
mbers have moved to another
part of the city. Belonging to the
Ashkenazic community, the syna-
gogue is celebrated also for its cu-
rious bell tower.
(Continued from Page 1)
aid Lewis. Joseph M. Lipton, Har-
ry Markowitz, Eldar Markson,
Baron de Ilirsch Meyer, Sidney
Meyer, M. Victor Miller, I. L. Mint-
zer, Joseph N. Morris, Stanley C.
Myers, Louis Pokress, Sam Res-
nick, J. A. Richter, Leo Robinson,
Nathan Rosen, Morris Rubin, Al-
bert Scheuer, B. F. Schoenbcrg.
Frank Seiden, Rabbi Max Shapiro,
.!. I.. Shoshet, Leon Sigman, Louis
\\'i inkle. Joseph Wien, Ignatz
Wohl, Rabbi Colman Zwitman;
women's d vision, .Mis. Harry Lip-
ton, general chairman; co-chair-
men, -Mrs. Marvin Itronner (for
iii a mi. Mrs. Daniel Cromer
(foi Miami).
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