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The Jewish Floridian ( February 5, 1937 )

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wJewislh Floridii& m % COMBINING TltHE JlEWH&lh lUmilty Vol. 10—No. 6 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, IKItUl ARY 5, 1937 Price Five Centa Gen. Franco Is Conference Asks Noted Cantor to 'Jewish News Assimilation Plea Vague on Liberty Rights for Jews Be Heard Here! Around the World Is Challenged New York (WNS).'ague as-j surances of religious toleration are ; promised by General Francisco, leader of the Spanish Fascist rebels, in the event he triumphs in the civil war, in replying to a series of cabled questions submitted to him by Roy Howard, editor of the New York World-Telegram. Admitting that he plans to establish a Fascist sUate in Spain, General Franco said: '"1 have already dei tared that our soldiers fight for iv, conscience and respect if iciigious beliefs and national traditions. In the religious sphere and as against ceaseless perse i nun by the Marxists and Communists of Catholic Spain, with her age-long institutions of social justice and Christian charity, we Stand for that great comprehensive spirit which permitted mosques and synagogues to remain open uniii i the Christian state." Emergency Conference Asks Poland Restore Rights to Jews Philadelphia (WNS) A prediction that all Jewish institut ons in Prominent Rabbi Is Miami Guest Rabbi Mayer Freed of New York, representing the Rabbi Isaac Klchanan Yeshiva and Yeshiva college, arrived here this week in the interests of the institution. It is an annual visit and known as a forceful Yiddish orator, he is in demand wherever he visits. The Yeshiva recently celebrated its anniversary and is being recognized by the non-Jewish as well as Jewish world as one of the greatest educational institutions in the country. It also publishes the Mathematiea Scripta, a magazine devoted to higher mathematics, which is recognized as one of the greatest scholarly publications now produced. In Miami, Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is a graduate of this institution. Campaign Workers To Hold Rally A meeting of workers for the United Jewish Campaign was held at the penthouse of the Strath-Ha. ven Hotel last Wednesday night when division committees recently named discussed plans for covering their respective prospects. The campaign, which will begin officially on Sunday, February 14th, will be inaugurated by a meeting of all division teams and individual workers at the Ann-Nell Hotel, Miami Beach, Sunday evening, February 14th, at 8:15 o'clock. Several prominent speakers will address the gathering and final instructions will be given the workers. All organizations in this area are urged to have their membership volunteer to devote several hours during the campaign for the purpose of helping raise the $50,000 goal set. New York (WNS) Immediate steps to restore to the Polish Jews the human and national rights of which they are now being deprived under government sanction weir demanded of the Polish government by 2,400 delegates represent 16 organisations, •">•'! of them national, who attended tie eiiie: gency conference on Poland, convened by the American Jewish Congress, In a long and sober • 'ay adopted at the annual conference' '"appear; that time of course boot the League for the Rights .of "* '"'' '' al w,li, h i '-"* > Yiddish in Pah-tine. The proposed l!V '• > s n apprcaches the ideal activity calls for the establishment U P"" wnicn funded." Mr. of Yiddish schools, newspapers and Bfclke further stated that "Jews theatres in Palestine. Anothe* in ''"'''''-a must accept the ideals resolution urged the delegation of • %  democracy as the basis of their and Saturday and give a concert of Jewish trade union leaders from philosophies or alternatively, if operatic and traditional music on the U. S. now in Palestine to tothey do not accept it, they must not Sunday evening. Cantor Pinchik is ye^g^, alleged discriminations P'eter.d that their own conceptions a native of Kiev. Russia, where he against Yiddish and to report t do no1 Interfere with the processes received his musical education at the trade union, here on their re' the famous Conservatory of Music, (urn. At the time of the Russian revoluCourt Would Nullify Fictitious Palestine Marriages lion he was chief cantor of the largest synagogue then'; be came to the United States in 1932 and sine then has traveled throughout possible for a man to believe that Judaism is a way of life, that he prefers that way of life to any other; but the person making this decision is not attempting to further Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) I t he American experiment in deA. Z. A. Chapter Will Be Formed the country and officiated atsynThe Supreme Court of Palestine mocracy and must be considered as agogues everywhere. lie is now has handed down a ruling which is \ having dismissed American culture returning from a triumphant tour designed to discourage fictitious : >s a desirable possibility." Emphamarriages for the purpose of fa \* izin ll,! >' is not "particularly diluting the immigration of worn, impressed with the attitude that ase„ into the country. The decisioa | aimilation is an unworthy goal," of the curt, creating a precedent, •'''• Backer, husband of the grand, rules invalid previous rabbinate' daughter of Jacob II. Schiff and procedure. It enablethe author""'' of Felix M. Warburg, denied ities to refuse recognition to such lh J w n America are the prod, marriages and exposes the married "cts of Jewish culture alone and pal I il S tn deportation. Of Canada and the South. Test Case to Set Precedent At a meeting held Wednesday night in the home of Mr. Nathan Adelman, president of the local B'nai IS'rit'h lodge, plans for the organization of a local A. Z. A. (Junior B'nai B'rith) chapter were discussed and a preliminary organ, ization formed. The formal organization will be made at a meeting to be held Wednesday evening, February 10th, at the home of Mr. Adelman, 1421 N. W. First St., beginning at 8 o'clock. All Jewish boys between the ages of 16 and 21 are invited to attend. White Plains, N. Y. (WNS) A case which may have an imp irtant bearing i n attempts to exclude .lews from certain exclusive real J estate developments was laid boSephardic Jews Abandon Revision fore Supreme Court Justice Raymond Aldrich by Mrs. Marion II. Saloniki (WNS) The Sephardic claimed that "we are even more ii ngly the product of the gifts ol liberalism to the modern world," and i.dded that "the free gifts of %  •sent from a liberal past are l.iuch more responsible for what Ridgeway when she asked the court Jews have lost complete interest m w .^ than ou| J( wih h ,.,. jt lK( ;• t„ compel her neighbors. Mr. and Revisionism, chiefly because of I M r. Backer was answered in adMrs. Joshua Cockburn, to moveltheir dissatisfaction with the Uc' from the swanky Edgemont devel tics and policies of Vladimir Ja lopment in Searsdale on the ground botinsky, it was stated by Albert they have negro blood. Mr. Ridgeway bases her plea on thr fact that the deed t.i her property contains a provision stipulating that negroes will not be allowed to buy land or homes in Edgemont. If Judge Aldrich finds for the Cockburns similar provisions affecting others may be upset in many parts of the country. I.evi. leader of the Sephardic Jews. in an article In Kadimah. (lie-'. Zionist publication. Basing his astertion on a survey of opinion imrng Sephardim in the Balkans and in France, Levi said the Sephardim are particularly bitter against Jabotinsky because of his recent plan for evacuating Poliwh Jews. dresses by Morris Rothenbel ','. chairman of the administrative committee of the Zionist Organization of America, and Judge Samuel I. Roseman of the New York State Supreme Court. Mr. Rothenberg urged the council to support the task of upbuilding l alesMne not only for the sake of the Zionist cause, but because 'it operates as a potent force to (Continued on Page ,'!) % %  i rmSi



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f'age Two THE JEWISH IT.ORIDIAN Miss Gertrude Rappaport, one <>f the popular members of Miami's ounger J< wish Bet, daughter of Mr. and M %  Max Rappaport, prominent in the Jewish communal life of I : Miami, will be< Ihe bri le <.f William I-:. Warshaw Sun.lay evening, February Tin. at he B Masonic Hall. \. W. nd Fii si -'.. a' 7:30 Ra %  Abraham \ k II if the Miami Jewish Orthodox n, of which the bride* %  a:arc among the founders, wil • ate. .Mis.i Rappaport, a sister of the bride, will lie maid of honor ami Mr. Sam Steinberg will be best man. Fol lowing t*he ceremony there will lie a reception at the hall, to which all friends arc cordially invited. \" caul, will lie issued. .Mr, Wargnaw is associated in business with Hi. Florida Wholesale Grocery Co. A large number of out-of-town guests have arrived i" attend .he wedding, including the groom's mother, 'I he regular monthly mi %  •; injj of •" n or Hadassah will he postponed from February 8th to the 16th m :"• ount of the expected ariival of Madame Yeltka I., vy S • %  : Germany. SI e ;one of thi foremost woman orators of the world, and will be here in the interest of v nth Aliyah. Hadassah's most re• %  'ject, having arrived in New i k City la • wi ek on he Bi renia The meeting will he held in Kaplan hall of Temple [srael, IS" X. E. Nineteenth si., it 2:30 the afternoon. On Thu -.lay evening, %  '• bruary lth, a reception will be tendered Madi j -Stein by Mr. an I Mi -. Samuel D. Gottesman of N'ew Vork, in the Bamboo Room of the Hollywood Beach Hotel in Holly. Frid ly evening, February 19th, Madame Levy-Stein will be guest eaker HI the religious services in Israel. The following day, he will be guest of luinor al Hadassah's Oneg Shabut. Friday, February 5, 1937 1 Ql SOCIETY M s Sylvia Siegel of Montgomery, Ala .;visiting her sister, Mrs. David I. Ro8enbloom of Miami Bi ach, and will remain here for the Reason. Mrs. Charles Tannenbauni will be hostess at a benefit card party for the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation on Sunday. February 11th. ather home. 2101 S. W. Eleventh st. Prizes will be awarded for high scores, and refreshments will be served. The public is invited to attend. ave. at Fourth st., Miami B ach, on Sunday evening, February 7th, 1987, al !' o'clock. Misubject' will be "Jewish Problems of Today." Following this there will be an inti rest jng and entertaining musical program. Next Saturda> afternoon the Spinoza group will nice) to hear the opera "Aida." Alter the broadcast Dr. Abraham Wolfson will : h film in Miami. Refreshments and entertainment concluded the evening's programSimilar meetings are being held and will be continued for the next several days in preparation for the campaign so that workers may be thoroughly versed in presenting I heir .tory. Plans for forthcoming events will be presented at the regular meeting of Junior Hadassah on Monday evening, February 8th, at Beth David Talmud Torah at8 o'clock. I I annual officers' ball will be Sunday evening, February 28th, with .Miss Viviennc Jacobs heading the committee in charge of arlangements. A cocktail party will pn cede the dance. Admission to the cocktail parly and dance will be by membership card only. Junior Hadassah is holding a musicale and bridge on March 3rd al the Alamac Hotel, Collins ave. at Thirteenth st., Miami Beach. Miss Doris Cromer is arranging a program of muse and Miss Ethyl Wap will be in charge of bridge. Guests are invited to be present ai the meeting Monday. An interesting program will follow tin bu-iness session. • speak on "Spinoza's Conception of' God." During the previous meetings Dr. Wolfson discussed Spinoza's life, his ancestors, the Jew-! ish influences. From this Saturday until the end of the season the philosophy of Spinoza will be discussed every Saturday afternoon alter the opera broadcast. Wie well known and beloved llnseh Masliansky will speak at Kraemer'a Dining Room, Collins $ 200,000.00 PUZZLE CONTEST STARTED FEBRUARY 1st See the back cover page of this newspaper T HE OLD GOLD $200,000.00 puzzle contest started Monday, February 1st. Though it was originally planned to start last week, the conditions in the stricken flood area caused the postponement of the official opening date until Monday, February 1st. The Official Contest Bulletins now available at all cigarette counters give the starting date as January 25th. Please disregard that starting date. The contest started officially Monday, February 1st and you have until midnight of the coming Saturday to mail your solutions tt the First Weekly Series of Puzzles. Above all, remember that the dates in the bulletins which you will find at all cigarette counters are not correct, in view of the postponement. Just automatically move up the dates one week and go ahead with the contest. If you enjoy a contest of skill ... and the opportunity to win a fortuue, read the back cover page of this newspaper. (Established 1760) 6 (Makers of Double-Mellou Old Gold Cigarettes) One of the many functions held in conjunction with the United Jew. ish Campaign to raise $60,000 in Greater Miami took place recently. Some of the foremost Jewish leaders in the community were present and received a number of important messages on the plight of the .Jewish people oversells. They were heartened by the encouraging tidings brought them by members of the general committee, who informed them that Miami Jewry inot only conscious of their responsibility toward their fellow, •lews, but many have offered vol'' lintai'ily their services h, further lliis task. Among other things. they were advised that $60,111111 requested of Miami Jewry \1 ihe irreducible minimum needed in' realizing the $10,000,000 goal set for American Jewry in this significant effort to relieve distress and misery among the Jewish people throughoul the world. He also pointed out the possibilities of Bet. tling thousands of Jewish families in Palestine, who have only that untry to turn to for the r future since economic and political; I I litmus make it necessary for AV£NUe _CH.W.7 r .J Ave.lJI*. ST.Phon7-6S5l Sun.-Mon.. Feb. 7-X Randolph Scott—Binnie Barnes Henry Wilcoxon—Bruce Cabot Heather Angel—Phillip Read LAST OF THE MOHICANS IS A TREAT MAIN DINING ROOM DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED ROS-CUNA KNITTED SUIT or ort S 3urdine s Lovely in sofl pastels i white. Club collar and short sleeves, also long sleeves with crew neck 12 N UN STORE. THIRD FLOOR



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Friday, February 6, 1937 THE JEWISH l-'I.ORIDIAN Page Three fJewist) Fief id tan FLORIDA S ONLY WISH WEEKLY Ell EVERY FRIDAY b> the .1 v, |SH Fl IRID1 N PUBLISHING i O. !• 0. Box : I I Florid 01 FH BS : % %  w %  Vvcnui J. I.( ItOrilKT. Edil 1 : ; I I,. SHOl HET. Cl I i Mummer I 10 RN H ..:'.'. I %  I 0 I 18711. B ,. PET H Bl RG M. RURIN Reprei entalive ORLA1 DO MRS. B. .1. COHEN Rcpn sent EACH MRS. I NICK • tlve TAMPA MRS. M li. Kl I! i< i enti tivc Monthx Year I B iCRIPTION FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ."., 1937 Vol. Id—N... 6 Vigilance That it pays to be ever vigilant was amply demonstrated last week when as a result of action on the part of a committee of the local B'nai b'rith lodge, a spirit of good will was engendered between a prominent local church and the Jew-. TasT week there appeared an advertisement in one of the dailies advising that a guest preacher would discuss lhe Jew and the Protocols of the Elders of Zion." It is superfluous to tell of the untold suffering the publication of these infamous forgeries has caused Jews throughout the world. Needless it is to tell of the millions now heing spent bv Hitler to spread these contemptible lies about the Jews. As a result of negotiations with the pastor of the church where the address was to be made, a promise was made that nothing anti-Semitic would be permitted. A conference with the speaker, a former Russian, and an intelligent Presentation of the facts brought forth a definite understanding that onlv the truth would be told. The committee was invited to attend the lecture at the First Congregational Church, which it did. Rev. Heinze, the pastor, was exceedingly fair; the speaker, a Rev. Astakhoff. and his wife who transilated he address, which was in Russian, presented the real truth about the Protocols and its origination. A plea for better understanding between Jews and nonJews made by the B'nai B'rith Committee resultea in real good will. Thus it pavs to be vigilant. The same is true about our own Jewish organizations. Leaders of Jewish organizations^ no matter how high an opinion we may have of them, anfl thev mav have of themselves, are but human, and can and do err.* Too often the real Jewish understanding is lacking. It is therefore, the duty of a newspaper, of a rabbi and ot evervone with the true spirit of Judaism to direct he attention of the public to the shortcomings and errors. 1Real men, real leaders, will take this criticism with proper understandingRather have our own criticize than have our actions condemned by non-Jews. It pays to be vigilant. ~~ THE W0RLDVW1ND0W Utopia and Escape i re, in psychological background l 1 'hem to believe abou nything they choose and not ti e i i alter their opinions evei I i n hi Stalin dic. : it the old ho, whatevei and metho i ti, n. i mr American .... h Ji h and Gei '. um i.. hasti pagea of the New Republic, in which gentlemen of mid ,,,,. das origin and habits who r.evi i so much aa really envisaged a proletarian, whoop it up politely for the class-war and the revolution and the dictatorship of the working classes—well, in those pages Waldo Frank addressed an open letter to the rulers of the Soviet fathtrc.and begging them to explain, | lea e, please to explain in ordc tha. ha and others like him could keep their utopiani.ni and the escapism of their Utopia and the Identification of that escapist mechanism with the Soviet Union pure and undefiled. Need I say that Stalin did not answer Mr. Frank's letter in the New Republic? Did Tammerlane answer? Or Ivan the Terrible'.' Or even the Blightly more civilized Napoleon Bonaparte'.' Does Hitler answer? Oldest Jewish and Christian Books Meet In Jewish Theological Seminary Library By I.UDWIG LEWISOHN This column is copyrighted by measure-, above all of goodIwffl. ,he Seven Art. Feature Syndithe great majority 0 human be ing. cate. Reproduction in whole or would be able to draw close, to in part strictly forbidden. Any j their hearts' desire. infringement will be prosecuted. I The ,reat and K rave trouble with Utopian dreaming is that it asUtopia is escape into a fancied sumes the possibility of a world better world Each one builds himwhich is not possible and more S, dreams himself at one tim, dangerou. .till keeps the dreame or another a Utopia to his liking, from seeking to make his taper And what is his Ln K ? The sum feet world a littl. to WgM of his lacks frustrations, insuffi, by the whole trend and effort of cenckV and unsatisfied desires, his personality in that place and What we have not and want-that sta.io, of life to which to the W whaTw trv to realize in our: sound and satisfactory old phr-J. irelm of a better state, a better j it has pleased Almighty God to c.H socTaTorder, a realm of justice. For him. But Utopianism become. it is rare for any of us not to bemore menacing when U s ttuc to lieve that what we want and lack day among us. man young men would be ours if the world were a and women and many^other. who better world and society run on a are more than old enough to know luster basis And quite ideally better, identify the.. Utopian speakingwe are quite often in dreams with an existent pol.ty and he right in this belief. In a wor.d Un existent state which >, remote of true justice, of delicate moral! enough in space, in speech, ,n moral And now Stalin, on the heelof the new constitution with its many amusing jokers that leave the bloody dictatorship of that statecapitalism just where it was (please consult Max Eastman's devastating article in the February number of Harper's magazine)— now Stalin finishes what he began la.-t August, the crushing of any conceivable opposition to hie pseudo-czardom by another bloodj purge based on fantastic lies anil stupid slanders. "After this trial ." Someone said to Karl Radek. And Karl Kadek, knowing the Georgian Caesar, said grimly: "After this trial 1 shall know nothing." And Trotsky, B mistaken man. a deluded man, but a man of honor, of integrity, of intellectual gifts too high to be able to consent to that bloody game, cables from his latest refuge in Mexic i City: "Stalin, struggling to maintain his personal domination, ha taken recourse to the methodol Cesare Borgia." Correct. Dictatorship is of its own nature a vile and wicked thing and must lead to I the same methods and the samt end. Will our friend Waldo Frank once more.plead in the New Ropublii with Stalin to be good and prop, i and save the fair fame of the Soviet Fatherland and pl< ase, : i, .i explain, in order that tllO -real game of the identification of his private Utopia with the Soviet Union may go merrily on? And MOW i must tell an anecdote about Waldo Frank, prefacing it with the expression of my genuine esteem for his gifts and talents and assuring him that I do not doubt the -abjective sincerity of his m >tives. with which the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception expressed thi soul of Spain. Comment is Buperiluous. Escape, escape. Anything on uny Irreli vant periphery. Anything but the center, the heart, the blood. Virgin Spain. The Soviet Fatherland. Anything but th %  real, the attainable, the given, that for which real work can be done in a world Of reality and real sacrifices made and real tears shed and real blood; anything hut that to which n called by nature and unpervertcf instinct and tradition and where one is (Wanted and needed and where, riespite insufficiencies an I inadequacies and a thousand human imperfections, one can give one's whole heart. Any place but home. Any people except one's own. Any God except the Cod of one's fathers. To that is to be preferred any exotic perversity, any bloody d ctatorship anything, everything, so it be not Jewish, so it be not the Jewish people, so :t be not the land of Israel. t)l how many in bow many forms cannot this same story be told'.' When will they awaken from their foolish narcotic dreams? Utopia is the opiate of great sections of th'•.•wish people When will they fa-e reality'.' (Copyright. 1937, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) salvafro Jewish li'"-.om its present wreckage.'' Judge Rosen .an als i tool ue with Mr. Backer, pointing • at i-hat "it is no answer for any indivi iual assimilationi.t to say that except for those .lews who cling primarily to their religion, there is tie rea.101 in this country for survival as B pi epic.'' He also said that "whrther or not Jewish experience with assimilation in other lands may justify belief that assimilation will be successful here, whether or mt the American community can be said to be willing on its part to receive us in assimilation, the plain [act remains that there are and Will be these millions of Jews who insist on heing as American as their neighbors. A proper Jewish ic'ativnship to An.erica must, therefore, res; fundamentally upon a complete rejection hy us of any designation as alien or foreign." Judge Rosenman emphasized that jn their desire to continue varying degrees of loyalty to their language, literature and culture while at the same time they have a personal and group desire to obtain for themselves fitting places in th-; larger community Jews "are no different from any of the large number of minority groups, religious or ethnic, which help to make up the modern pattern of American life. Assimilation Plea Is Challenged (Continued from Page l") Well, then: Waldo Frank was in Palestine not so many years ago. ,* good many years before that Dr. Weizmann had sought with bis incomparable persuasiveness to draw into our movement the then quite young American writer. Apparently in vain. But the time came when Mr. Frank went to Palestine. He came back first to Europe. He said that he had been profoundly Impressed by our new life and our achievement, there. He said that be would write about what he had B een and felt. We waited. Wc waited. At last a new book by Waldo Frank was announced. lt< 'theme was, ef all things in the whole wide Arid, the exactness preserve the Jew and Judaism in America." Warning that American Jewry is not immune "to the corroding influences of assimilation that have caused Jewish group lfe to crumble away in many land.so that our people and their culture came to depend for survival i.pon the negative pressure of antiSemitism," Mr. Rothenberg said that "there are those to whom the preservation of Jewish life is of n I moment. Alas, they have failed to learn the lesson of the tragic but illuminating experience of recent years. Have we not all been witnesses to the bankruptcy of the policy of Jewish self-denial, which ,is but self-betrayal'.' Germany was the laboratory of that disastrous experiment. Only by the self-reverent reaffirmation of our heritage, by our loyalty to our tradition;-, and our mentality shall we avoid the path of humiliation and While stressing the fact that the 'American Jew refuses and will refuse, to include in his Jewish thought or conduct anything which IMI by any reasonable interpretation make his Americanism suspect,' Judge Rosenman declared • hat "there is no place in American life i i paratc nat ionalism .civilization' but "there is room : ii free religious and cultural pxpression by all minority groups .\ .'.m the larger unity of American life." Risks Life To Save Torah Pittsburgh (WNS>—The Torah Scrolls and Ark of the Covenant of Congregation B'nai Israel were destroyed and considerable other damage was done by a fire which broke out after the Saturday morning worshipers had left. Benjamin iBarchek, 56, risked his life in a vail attempt to save the Torah and the Ark, but was driven back by smoke and flames. L



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I mi: JEWISH I-'I.OUIDIAN Friday, February 5, 1987 Society %  Tali i I h by i \ : %  ngeto be 1 I J. The r'loi lian Hoti I, Miami Bi ach, •: by Mesdames .'. I.. Shoi het, A. A. Ke li Harrj Shulman ami \. Add mar < %  :> the general committee; Mesdames I.. Kotkin, program assisted by Mrs, Mm' Pallotl and Messrs. Nat Blumberg, Barnej Drevich, X. Adelman, E. VI, B i and | "Tm i rrcnl %  ays, and Mrs. Daniel Cromer, as toward sweet andhol I by Mrs. David L, Slann, for The by Mrs. Marvin Bronner tor Miami Weizmann Cancels Trip to failed Slates 1 ., and Hi A .. \ f this M -. iouis i iordon • i •in and bridge at I he Ant ilia last Tuesday. Among the were Mesdames J. Margolis, S. Weinberg, Charles Newman, M. I., rig, V Hergma, S. Siepal and M. c ih n, all of Chicago; Mrs. <). Frisch of Si. Louis, Mrs. (!. Kleinman, diaries Kleinman, Fred Kleinmap and MoiriKleinman, all of Lew is di I as a partial i ra. rhe new ild jazz imenls HI e muti d in i o 1 he for• \' ars of tin sweet', wcai > moan i lim of n, tli re is a swinjj : Hl'k ;:: i ai 1:1 n^cni -ills, m Lev ed. Bui the dance bands arc retaining their great) i \ arid; of instrument i oped in the recent years, he Ion I WNS-Palcor Agency) Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of Jewish Agency for Palestine, who has arrived in London after having spent four days in Paris on his way from Palestine, lias cant nu he women 1 a eduled when ill" plans for • ., ill 11'-'I in "A iitiini er ol prominent local are also assisting, celled his plan to visit the United meetings, which Stal in time to attend the Con they are calling in the interests ol ference [or Palestine to be held in impaign. Washington February 7th. His de"Recently Mr. and Mrs. Philip cision, made after considerable ree hosts i" Bome of flection, is regarded here as an in. friends on their yacht "Winddication of the critical political sita day's outing. Dr. nation affecting Palestine. PerBi i /.ion Mossinsohn, one of thi sonscloseto Dr. Weizmann explain says. [ of the Blackstone Hotel. There will further work in London. — be a sneaker and a special film de New York (WNS) .lewand picting the plight of Jewry in EuI'rotestants will he invited to join ropean countries will make its inline American Committee Against tial showing in Miami on ihis oc Communism of the N'nternational casion, Refreshments and a genCatholic Truth Society as soon as oral social evening will follow.'" ,i changes its name lo the Ani.rican Association Against Communism, it waannounced by the Rev. J p VL' j tt fl ^ p \U w Kdward I.. Curran. president, at ,c Around the Otthe ovies* mass meeting of the organizat cm. Joint Appeal To Begin Soon "Jews of Greater Miami are do ine. double duty in meeting their World "It real wars were like this," said Joe E, Brown, "we'd hate peace!" -— Which gives a hint of the novel (WNS) -Pleass for picture Warner Bros, launched in the anti-Nazi their film version of the Broadway boycott wore the keynotes of virmusical show, "Sons O Guns," at tually all addresses at the mass the Tivoli Theatre next Sunday New York ^•intensification of meeting sponsored by the Non-Secand Monday. It is a war picture litigations as citizens and as cotarian Anti-Nazi League atCame, with all the movie armv mobilfeaeligionista," said William Taragie Hall on the occasion of ihtion pomp. ash. chairman of the United -lewfourth anniversary of the Hitler Brown's K regational singing ami responsive j ish Campaigni today ..,„ u(|(|itj „ n ,,, Kim ,.. reading will he enjoyed. A 80 unfortunate the Higher Law." The usual con hour will follow. Saturday mom ing serv ees begin at '.' o'cloi k their generous contributions to of the American Federation of Latime entertainment :r. Mincha services at 5, follower 1 Shalosh Saudah and Maariv serv ice-. Serviceanheld twice daily al fi a. m. and 5:80 p. ni. An Important business meeting of the local B'nai B'rith lodge will he held next Tuesday evening, February Mh, at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall, when matters of importance will he discussed. All members are urged '•" attend. Reports of the recent banquet and mass meeting will he acted on. • • The Junior Council of Jewish Women will celebrate Valentine comment referred diWilliam Green, president rectly to sequences in which warunits and the sufferers, bor, led the attack on the Nazi rather hectic life of "our hovs" in Miami .leware also mindful ,1 government in a review of the Hit. the French taverns are feature.) responsibilities toward lerites' destruction of the German Joan Blondell, as a French cavern is of their brethren across labor unions. Again pledging maid, sirenesque accent ami all the water, who daily face a flood American labor to the support of holds forth at one of the li.iuorinir" |o| misery and starvation. the boycott, he e-li..i .., ih.. A„„... ..i _., ....... OL Shaw and f Tic United Jewish Campaign lean people to shun German goods Beverly Roberts head a crowd o "" e; ;: ixi • %  • ""'•' I Greater Miami, and services as long as "persecu. beauties among the entertainers n hiding in it. scope the United ion, intolerance, and repression are Oddly enough, the entertainment aestine Appeal and the Joini Dis. imposed upon the working people units which played such a happy tr.bu.on Committee has been so and upon the Jewish race." Wilpart in the doughboy's life "over : in„„ anot to conflict with the helm Sollman. former German minthere" have never received much immediate emergency confront^ ..ter of the interior, attacked Hitrecognition in past war fJm, They the American people at this time ler's assertion in his fourth anniaa result of the distressing flood versary speech that the Nazi iituaiion in approximately eleven states," -aid Taradash. "Everywhere throughout America) Jewish 1 leaders, active in raising funds for -eason in the Greater Miami area ,lnv s, 1,la v ''"'ning. i-ebruary 14. thoJr co-religrionists abroad, are vious period. He blamed tn<• is the fashion show and revue sponil1 the Alcazar Roof. Dancing will .,,.„ ,,,.,,„:„„ th( niM K ,. s wh( ,,,.. ,,,,.„,„ „„ ,.,„. f Bnorta 1 sored by the Senior Council of begin at 9:30 and favors will M ,,„„,..„,,,, :||ll| .,„.,,,„.,,. ,„ ( |v lowered standard of livillB the sni Jewish Women next Wednesday featured. The puhhe is urged to ^.^ |h( ^^ rf ^.^ ^^ ^ ( ^ <{ ^ ^ barbarism of arc now seen as they actually were revjn sequences of "Sons O' Guns." SoilThe keynote in this comedy war nan cited facts proving that 200,. p ictu| e is authenticity. It s the •"<" I" the four belief of the director, Lloyd Bacon, that the comedy, human rather than extravagant, is more effective against very realistic backgrounds. olutlon had been bloo.lli years of Nazi rule than in the pre. Ja mes Fenimore Cooper's imafternoon, February 10th, at 2 attend. lm .,., t |„. f| ( ,,„j ,,.jj.., gjtuation. o'clock, at the Palm Island Club, "The Greater Miami Cited Samuel Untermver read by Mrs ''' T he U,t f the when its entire floor show will be The annual Beth David aister| Jew|sh CampaJ8 n „ h ,.,.,„,.,.,: M :il k Harris, the reported German' presented, featuring Cross and l^od Punn. hall w.ll take place at „,„ ^., „„,,,., W;iy u Ui ^ American ,on,n,ercial pact was lie" Dunn, and a fashion show pre'the Mahl Sh, u l-mpkon 1 hurslnel lirK u ,„. ,,,.,,, ai „ llll( | Fl ,, ini|1 ,. v nounced and G,rman-An,eri.-,„s sented by the Princess Pat and Jay '"'>' evening, February -un. inc 14th. Foremost leaders, well know,, sympathetic to Nazism were as Mignon of the Roney Plaza, with •"" Ulil1 |,uni "" wl *• held for their oratory „s well as their wiled as undesirable Mr Unter' the girls of the Palm Island Club *• fo "" w,l I S T" y ; f^Jl achievements, will address that myer also criticized the floutinir of acting a. the mannekins for tha| **> %  1! lh David Talmud Torah gathering CUBtomg |aws y^ ^Z t Z fashion show. Admission is only a "In the meantime, the varh \ isions Mohicans," comes to thrilling life on the screen of the Seventh Avenue Theatre Sunday and Monday. Randolph Scott heads the imposing cast as Hawkeye, the handsome and daring colonial scout hero of the story, while appearing in one dollar, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Red Cross for the relief of the flood sufferers. Mrs. Benjamin I.aYino and Mrs. Morris Alpert aie co-chairmen; Mesdames Lewis Brown and Morris DuMer. treasurer-; Mes1 the meantime, the various di. M Lowenstein and Dr. Frank Bohn" '• !" por ** Irt Matured roles re is of the campaign are being economist-and son-in-law of Secre1 ,nn,c Bai m s Henry Wilcoxon, ••American jazz syncopation is a organized so that they may or lu!tary of Commerce Roper, spoke. sure cure for the depression blues. It is Ted Lewis speaking. Lewis, who opens Saturday, February 6, for a limited engagement at the Biscayne Kennel Club, through ally prepared to throw a'l theii strength in the directior of the campaign when it is fomally and of officially opened. Amor;.thediviin arethe hotel divi ion, headed selling (;<• Bruce Cabot, Heather Angel, Philip Reed, Robert Barrat, Hugh New Y,„liWMSi ,BncW and Wlllaid Robertson. New York (WNS) Lo„ K lines Thrilling highlights of the P icanti-Naz. demonstrators carry,ure include the defense of Fort V >^ : KiiL.,,-.,, of,hose William Henry ££ LZgoods picketed in slaught of the PM legions; Mrs. Ralph Neufeld and Mrs. B. is improved c c-lit per cent in iwo j Strom .or Miami lieach. picketing was sponsored I.aYino, printing committee; Mrs. years. 'And everybodys happy," "The women's division is beaded Joint Boycott Council The by the battle ,„.vk battle to the death between the '^'le-uacl,. halfbreed and "The Last of the Mohicans." <\



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I'rday, February 5, 1937 TIIK JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five A CONTEST WHICH WILL AROUSE THE INTEREST OF ALL IN MIAMI > n March 2nd. Full details will I e given in a later issue. lend the affair in be given in the auditorium on Sunday evening, February 7th, at 8 o'clock. The National Council of Jewish game of bunco will be Inaugu al Women will have their annual at the "V* at thi:time. Read the Details of the Contest Today on Page 8 — You Can lunchc in at the Tampa Terrace hoWin a Fortune Which Will Make You Rich for Life It makes no difference how busy you arc you should ter this unusual Old Gold Cigarett. Contest, which is ad. rtised in our news] a] i r today. Read the details on page 8. M makes no difference whether one is poor or rich, young or old, man or woman—anyone can enter this contesl and win ,i fortune in money—$100,000 is the First Prize. tel on February loth, when Mrs, Marian Miller, national executive ir, will be guest Bpeaker. R ervations for the luncheon may be 'Shekolim." .Sunday school as usual at i* % o'clock Sunday morning, •' .'. i ih Arbor Hay was celebratl bunco game will be foil >w id ed by a group i f little children in a ing to the music of Clyde : i i ram and Philip Benjamin with Schuster and his orchestra. I me Silverman recited a poem Should this affair prove a I UCcess ii will I"repeated the folmade until February 8th with an; week, Sunday. February 14. member of the following commitEveryone has a chance. Everyone has the opportunity to win one of the 1,000 cash prizes. Aside nil the fact that you may r.in a ii/..', enter this contest because it very Interesting and will help %  harpen your mind. The Old Gold niest is the most interesting contest offered at any time to the American public, with prizes totaled 9200,000. The first prize, $100000 in cash a fortune—will make the winner rich for lifetime. Such a cash fortune in a contest has never been ofered in any newspaper. It is t,he first time that a reader of an Ans:lo-Jewish newspaper has been given a chance to win such a large amount of money. You now have the opportunity to g$t rich for life if you w>l enter this contest and win. Besides the first prize of flOO,000 there are 990 other cash prizes totaling $100,000. You may win $5,000, or $2,600, or $600, or f260,1 low Old Gold Cigarettes. Don't or S100, or $50, or $10. Read all miss it. It comes once in a lifethe details today on page 8 and time. Tell your friends about the you will learn what you have to do OLD GOLD CONTEST! This conto enter the contest in order to win test is open to everybody. Begin one of the prizes. I the new year right. Build the The whole family can enter the | foundation for a fortune the wincontest—father, mother, children, ning $100000—the first prize. lee: .Mrs. I!. Haimovitz, chairman; -Mrs. I. S. Levy, Mrs. Marcus CoInn. Mrs. X. L. Marcus, Mrs. Fred Perl man, Mrs. Nathan Lutz, Mrs. relatives, friends and neighbors. 11. Salsbury and Mrs. A. K. Berger. Everyone, without an exception. in Ji i II. St, Petersburg Notes I i Judaic Council had its annual successful dinner and dance last Wednesday. February 3rd, at the Yesuvie. You will all have a lot of l'un and :'l the same time will test your skill by trying to solve the Puzzle Pictures of the contest. No expert knowledge is needed to solve the Puzzle Pictures. The only thing which ineeded is that you make Up your mind to think and your determination tO follow the ruleaiid details. Get acquainted with all the details now on page 8 of this week's Jewish Floridian. Go to your cigarette dealer and ask him for the official Puzzle Pictures, together w!th the ftill rules and details. Study them and .vou will become Miss Sybil Apatoff is visiting in Miami Peach. "Uncle Barry" Finman left for Miami for a brief visit. On his return he will remain in Tampa until 111early spring, when he will return tei his home in Hartford. Conn. Tampa chapter, Junior Hadassah, entertained at a "hobo" party Thursday night at the Finman cabin. Entertainment included stunts, games anel a novelty amateur program. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Jean Finman, Miss Ruth Finman and Miss Elizabeth immediately interested in solving AbramovitZ. Miss AbramovitZ, these Puzzle Pictures. How happy membership chairman, was assistand fortunate you will be when | ed in arrangements for the party Benjamin, Mrs. A. Sicrkese, Mrs. you'll win the first priz any j bj .Miss Lucille Rosenberg, presiR. McDonald, Mrs. B. Yosin, Mrs. .>' 'he other prizes. lent, anel Mrs. Al Weiss, social You have an unusual opportuchairman. nity offered to you by Double-MelThe Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society of Congregation B'nai IsA birthday party was given by rael had its regular meeting last Mrs. Clara Williams in celebra.Tuesday. The hostesses were Mrs. tion of the second birthday anniH M Jacobs and Mrs. I. Katz. versary of her grandson, Robert Members and friends are cordially J. .syrup. A number of games invited to the card party next Sunwere played and refreshments enda y evening, given by the auxiljoyed. iary at the congregation, 1089 Arlington ave. Ml'B. Clara Williams entertained al a Card party honoring her nep'n. ew, .Meyer Cohen, and his family. Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Jack Syrup, Bessie Cohen, Yetta Kosenzweig, Mrs. Rae Shapiro, Mrs. H. Jacobs, Mrs. Sam Shapiro, Mrs. I.. Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Reyner, Mr. Benjamin Syrup, Mrs. J. Heltenstein, Mr. and Mrs. H. Herman, Mr. and Mrs. S. Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. M. Cohen, Mrs. Mae Mrs. Kathe Daniel, her two suns, Bob anel Sidney, anel daughter-inlaw, all of Reading, Pa., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldberg. Mrs. J. Rosen of Ashville, N. C, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Robins. B. Carroll, Mrs. B. Jacobs, Mrs. Katie Daniel and Mrs. Jack Syrup. Mi-.Fannie Grubstein left recently by motor for Macon, Ga. Aftet a short visit there she will go on te> Tennessee', where she will make an indefinite visit with relatives. The Congregation B'nai Israel, 1030 Arlington ave.—Services on Friday night at 8 o'clock The ser. mon by Rabbi Morris Baumel, topic •'Israelite Laws." Saturday morning services at 9, sermon on DINNER at ike Ala mac a service and cuisine of excellence. Dietary la tos... Your Hosts— MSUMIIONt S-NS9 m%4^ Jacksonville News The regular meeting of tin Rothschild Young Jude-an Club was held in the Jacksonville Jewish CenThe February meeting of the ter Monday evening with Julius Temple Sisterhood was held Tuesgj oati president, presiding, day afternoon in the Temple Home, Young Judean Sabbath will be with the vice-president, Mrs. I. L. observed February 5. Services will Kaplan, in the chair in the ab-; be held in the Jacksonville Jewish senee of the president. Center and all Judean clubs in the The program chairman arranged ,. ity w jj| participate. Miss rexas, uncle. Mr. an Rose> Gershon of Dallas, :s visiting her aunt anel oetv Mrs. L. Peretzman. a very interesting program. Among those taking part were Mrs. L. H. Grunthal, president of the TriStale Federation of Temple Sister. hoods, who has just attended the national convention at New Orleans, and discussed the highlights of the convention. Mr-. B. Newman, the former SyWia Dubin, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Dubin. The Merryfellows Club is sponsor for a flood relief dance under the auspices of the Tampa Red Cross chapter, to be held at the 141 HI: '8 a thrill ou didn't eipect to rind In Miami.. an Indian Vlllaie ... SO reara old fall of amaiinr cnrloa and hand-work of the Indians. Ton mutt alto aee ttie bean, wildcat!, water monteya tbeia Semlnolea hava captured • and thalr huca eolleetlon of alllcatora and eroeodllea. Hundred* of rare tropical plant!. Alligator Wrestling Hourly Thru the Daj 25c ADM. Includes Every thins •* February 14th is the day set | main ballroom of the Tampa Terasiele for the picnic in which all Judean clubs will participate. In all probability, the picnic will be held at Fort Clinch. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Robin announce the birth of a daughter, Also taking ^art in the program I Leah Miriam, on Monday, January ace hotel on Monday, February 8th, beginning at 7 p. m. Music will he furnished by Homer Mercer's Royal Ploridians. Admission will be one dollar per couple. was Miss Beatrice Reiser, who gave a reading of pertinent current events. The regular meeting of the Herzeliah Young Judean Club was held Sunday intne home of Miss Bernice Carlton on Haldumar ter. After the business session the hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. I. Carlton, served delicious refreshments. Any Jewish girl of the ages of 11 or 12, who is eligible may join the club. The next meeting will be held in the home of Miriam I'dui in Springfield. 18th, in St. Vincent's Hospital. Tampa Notes The Purini dance to be given by the Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation Rodoph Sholom will be held Y. M. H. A. NOTES Both young and old should atDR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST 1764 N. W. 36th St. Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2131 Si&mUwtiL jndianVi N. W. 25TH AVENUE AT 16TH STREET 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 Kates From $2.50 We While Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP 21(1 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel KOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible toofers Since 1919 Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 2Cth St. Fhon. 2-370". Have Always Paid 4% EACH ACCOUNT INSURED UP TO $5,000 MONEY AVAIL.MILE ON FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS FOR REFINANCING, PURCHASING OR BUILDING PURPOSES AMDIOAA ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI GROUND FLOOR—CONGRESS BLDG. 109 N. E. Second Avenue Resources Over 1,.")00,000.00 =MIAMI BEACHi GLASS CO. MIRRORS GLASS FURNITURE TOPS WINDOW VENTILATORS PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS Phone 5-5585 ALBERT NEMBTZ S. HOWARD ROSENDORF 437 Washington Avenue Greyhound Racing at it's best 11 RACES NIGHTLY Mannie Gates' Orchestra WEST rLAGl-EE KENNEL CLUB WEST FLAGLER at 37th AVE. Miami'* Downtown Grohownd Track .-*



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Page Six THK JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, February 5, 1987 BULLETIN TEMPLE iSRAEL Of Miami 137 N !•:. lmii si Uftti-i' Phoi p i 7745 U'Ol !!. KAI'LA.N BBI oii.MAX A. /.W i i MAN \ I 31st St. >i %  %  Rabbis will be at the ft everj morna CONGREGATIONAL This Friday evening al the rego i.i ji Birth laj a celebra ed wi e cases this year. Over 1,600 were care of by the bureau, and since the loss of th %  Community they look to this Stars" to lake ca e o1 d of the budget. ( to \ lun. rvicea for the big night is Palm Island Club, with their entire revue, headed by Cross ana i and Dunn havi i on all I 'Nighl of Stars" • Miami Bince its inception. In addition, Bill Dwyer will : his production numbers ,,11 Palm Island lovelies, [ke Levy, of Ira's Supper Club, is Bonding Georges Metaxa, famous and picl ure Btar, and the re. etaw, Stanley Bui"owned dance team l Ramon and Edwin Chentoff. nita Jack Dw** ""M* A committee consisting of stuTerrj Uwler, and Beck, Milton and services al 8:16 o'clock, Rabbi denl from the confirmation and and Beck, and Sam Barken at the Zwitman will speak on the subject, post-confirmation classes has been F> ve O'clock Club is lending the rion and Science a Non-Exchosen to discuss and report the yearly "Night of Stars" master oi possibility of holding several social ceremonies, M. B. B., from the old also conduct functions in honor of the confirm, '"' v '' O'Clock isting Problem." Rabbi Zwitman wi the services, at the conclusion of which a reception tendered by the Sisterhood to members and visants during the ensuing term. Ed Sullivan. n, of the members Report cards on the past term'.of the entertainment-committee, in work have been sent home through ; personal appearance, will offer itora of the congregation will be the children last Sunday, and we his "Highlights of Broadway, held in Kaplan Hall. urge the parents to take sufficient Tickets are on sale at the Reich. Dr. Kaplan will give his report interest in them and to return enbach real estate office in the on the convention of the Union of them with their signatures within Clinton Hotel, at 827 Washington American Hebrew Congregations, the next week. ;iw 'and at ""' Olympia Theatre, which was held in New Orleans, at from l^ to 6 i>. m. the Beth Israel Temple in Wesl A teachers' meeting and a meet. • Palm Beach, th a Friday evening. tr 1 ""' scho l board Wl11 ll< he,d The rummage store operated by eduled to apeak from our "ext Wednesday evening, February |^ choged S hel Emeth Sisterhood temple pulpit within the next few '"''"• : 8 V1 "'> • has been discontinued, weeks are two outstanding figures in Jewish life. Frau Yettke Stein. who ivisiting America lor a short pei ioii on behalf of Youth Aliyah, GENERAL Rabbi Zwitman has been invited Will make her only public address to open the U. P. A. drive and to in Miami at the temple on Kebrube the speaker at a mass meeting ary 19th. The other visitor in ourjin Tampa on Monday, February pulpit will be Dr. Nissan Touroff, 8th. He will also apeak at St. eminent educator and psychologist, Petersburg on behalf of the r. !'. who was the head of the departA. and J. I>. C. drive, ment of education in Palestine and Dr. Kaplan was the guest speak. hers and officers of the congrcgaalso organized of the Hebrewur **""' w *"" UB "* %  £" I"" %  Teachers College in Boston. Dr. al the vesper services ol the tion. Tanuami Temple last Sunday afternoon. His topic was "The MesTouroff was the dean of the Jewish Institute of Religion, of which o ... r, %  sage of the Prophets for the SoRabbi Zwitman is a graduate, and, ,' ._,,,,„„ ,.. cial Life of Today. r ollowing the e The Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami, ground floor Of the Congress building, at the | I vesper services, louroff on the subject ot Nation1 and A tempi a forum on the ;inn ual meeting of shareholders alism, Normal and Abnormal" will subject of Race Relations was led all( doctors on January 20th. rebe given at the temple on March 5. bv Dr Kaplan in the vestry r ni ,.,„„.,, a „ the officers for the comRELIGIOUS SCHOOL of the parsonage. The Monday evening classes in Judaism will be discontinued during year. The association has paid 4'. on all of its share accounts, which has The services school assembly 1 ing were conducted by Dorothy Ann in April. Society [0E301 ., ., ,,| Sheen the amount they have paid in our Religious ing the months of Februar, and orgamMtion 0 ver $20,000 as, Sunday morn*"*,_ and "' re8umed "'"'> in s( m :ninual dlvi dends was dis'" t ributed on December 81, 1986. Mr. l.ipton reported that over advance of the show, as in the past ilfiQQm .„ „„„„ accounts an( | two years. $1,000,000 in loans have been Manv organizations active this M i__,i r r paced on properties in the Miami %  .,-1 week with the Hood rehel are • I. Abe Hallow of the Jo8( K. Widener organization, purcha i (I 8500 worth of tickets at the opening of the ticket drive for the third annual "Night of stars" benefit for the Jewish Welfare Bureau, to be held at the Olympia Theatre February 16th. A brisk sale-e* tickets by the members of the committee is reported, and it is expected that the olympia theatre will bo sold out many days in [""' "'" K W n ; '..,', f area during 1986. A large numbe, :' ma \ e he N ^ "/''of ,-bese loans were placed on,.ev Stars the greatest since ,ts beucti aM(1 u „. F ,, lerals „ ?1 „„,„ K Stanley C My .rs ,, e ^ ^ ^ ident of the Jewish Welfari B reau, stressed the needs locally, with a greater increase iii charity MIAMI UFACH tion in the building and rcfinanc ing of homes, thus creating pay rolls for the building industry an V Serving & "Florida's Finest American-Jewish Dinner" ST. REGte RESTAURANT 446 COLLIN/ AV£. AAlArWi BtACH 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 GREYHOUND LINES Ph.5-1812 FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION 1 ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH 515 Washington Avenue Increasing business activity in the community. The Federal Savings and Loan ation Of Miami has today ample funds available for construction and refinam ing of new homes (.ii easy monthly long term ;, ;. %  low rai ol Inti i • The officers elected for the ci m. ing year were: Josejiil M. I lent; Leo H : I,lent: Rufus H. Daniel, vice esi H iry E. Wolff, secretarj ; Clarence Fcuer, assistant secretary, and Charles Beatty, treasurer. Mr. l.ipton wants to take i Iii opportunity of thanking all whi have helped in the upbuilding of this institution and earnestly solicits their co-operation. Miss Rae Shunian of Dover, N. II.. is visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Bloomfiold of Miami Beach. Plans for the gala annual ball sponsored by Beth Jacob Congre gation, Miami Beach, to be hell on Sunday evening. February 28th. at the Flnridian Hotel, are being completed. Full details will appear in our next issue. &f Mrs. Michael Winokur of Philadelphia, the former Thelnia Ruth nt. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Spoonl of Miami Beach. Mrs. s. P. Cohen Max i; ild tertaim d M -. M. Bolitzer at a bridge an n at h urn of Mrs. I week, quests wi i M lames B, Frank, S. Saal, J. Miller. S. Blank, S. Miller, S. Hollander, M. Dubler, S. Kazan, 11. Barack, M. n, B. Segal, M. Levy, J. .nan. E. M. Reisman, Ed R man, William McDonald. B. Cohen, M. Stearman, M. Naida, M. Schaaf and David I. Rosenbloom. %  .Mrs. Louis Russack of White Plains. \. v.. Herman Russack and Davis Russack "f New York, relatives of Cantor and Mrs. Mauri(e Mamches, are visiting at Miami Beach. Beth David Junior Congregation will officially accept the Safer Torah presented to them by Mr. ana Mrs. Harry Simons recently with appropriate traditional ceremonie", on Sunday evening, February 14th. Full details will appear next week. o The Ladies' Auxiliary of th< Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will lender a reception to Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner on Sunday evening, February 21 si, at the synagogue. In charge of arrangements is a committee headed by Mrs. L. Kotkin. Officers of the auxiliary will be assisted by memFOR YOUR OWN SAKE Buy at SCHUBERTH' Fish and Oyster s Co. Your Choice of FRESH SEA FOODS Wholesale and Retail "LOW PRICES" S. W. CORNEJi FLA G LE R ST BRIDGE AND MIAMI RIVER STOP/ YOU RE DRIVING ME CRAZY I LOVE TO SEE THE CHILDRE-N HAVE A GOOD TIME WklcA KIN D OF MOTHER ARE YOU Do you "fly all to pieces" when the children are noisy, or when the vegetables burn, or when the jelly won't "jell?" Some mothers are just naturally cranky. Some mothers are cross and impatient because they are nervous. If you are a natural crank, DR. MILES NERVINE wont do much for you. If you are irritable because your nerves are overtaxed, DR. MILES NERVINE will do a lot for you. 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lay, February 5, 1937 THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN Cared For From Birth to Maturity D AILY, thousands of Jewish children come to maturity In cen; ,i and east European countries who have been cared for either in or in part during most of n lives by the American Jewish joint Distribution Committee, organized in 1914 by all elements of American Jewry to aid Jewish war -ifferers abroad. The Joint Distribution Committee maged in a great reconstructive isk in 1918 when it established Inlona to care for the thousands oi Jewish children who had been orphaned by the War. Today programs ot child care, augmented by medical care and : ide training are carried out by ical committees in Poland, Rumania, Lithuania, Austria, Latvia, Czecho-Slovakla, and recently in i ei many, to which the Joint Distribution Committee, supported by voluntary contributions from Jews in America, grants substantial sums. Thus a child of an Impoverished Jewish family begins to benefit from this aid when his mother applies for pre-natal care at one of many maternity centers operated either by TOZ, the medical society >( Jews in Poland, or OZE, the uvlical society operating in other stern and central European coun1 lies. In infancy he will receive milk, if necessary, from an infant welfare and milk distribution center. Korty-one artificial sunlight clinics help prevent rickets among Jewish children in Poland, Rumania, Lithuania and Latvia. As a result of such preventive medical work, the infant mortality rate among Jews In ihose countries have been decreased to 5-6 per cent per 100, a level achieved only in ihe most advanced cities of western Europe. When the child reaches school a^e he usually finds it necessary to attend a special Jewish mainlined school. In Poland, alone, more than 1400 such schools, aided in part by the Joint Distribution Committee, care for approximately 180,000 children. While in school many of these children must be provided with hot noonday meals. Daily 25.000 such Jews Named by King George Ton Jews Cited in King George's Honor List London (WNS)—Ten Jews were included in the first list of the New Year's honors distributed by King George VI to his .subjects in England and the British dominions and colonies. Heading the list of Jews honored was Sir Arthur Michael Samuel, former lord mayor of Norwich and at one time undersecretary to various cabinet ministers, '. who is one of three new barons. The new Lord Samuel is a distinguished author and scholar. Others honored were -Miss Lily Montague, secretary of the World Union for Progressive Judaism, who was made a member of the Order of the British Empire; Lionell D. Bar! nett, former keeper of the department of Oriental books and manuscripts at the British Museum, who was made a commander of the Order of the British Empire; Sir Eliot A. Depass of London and M. Van Hen Bergh of Australia, who received similar honor-. Page Seven Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) New Year honors distributed by King George VI included the following Palestinians: Shahhatai Levy, vice-mayor of Haifa; Jacob Cohen, a police superintendent, and Alex Epstein, a district officer, all of whom were made members of the Order of the British Empire. Supernumerary Eliezer Sklartz and Chauffeur Isaac Rabinowits were awarded medals for meritorious service because of their bravery during the 1930 disturbances. Kraemer's Strictly Kosher DINING ROOM Collins Ave. at 4th St. MIAMI BEACH Efficient Fond Efficient Service Pleasant Surroundings Under same maneswnent Krsemer Olympta Strictly Keaher BOM and Mineral Bathi % %  > Mt. Clamana, Mich. meals are given to poor children in Poland alone. In Poland and other lands children in these schools are under the permanent hygienic and sanitary supervision of these medical societies. This includes periodic physical examinations and prophylactic treatments in dental clinics. Those who show signs of tuberculosis, malnutrition or other symtoms, are sent to Joint Distribution Committee maintained summer colonies for from two-week to month ly periods to Improve their health. When their elementary education is finished, many of these children are aided In learning trades. In vocational schools operated by groups subventloned by the Joint Distribution Committee, thousands of young Jewish men and women each year learn to become farmers, carpenters, mechanics, cloth cutters, tailors, seamstresses, cobblers and machinists. At the free loan societies financed and operated by the Joint Distribution Committee, many of these newly trained workers apply foi small loans to pay for their lie. ns lees so that they can begin to earn their living, or to sustain then families while they are unemployed. Jewish businessmen, tanners and artisans borrow larger sums from cooperative loan societies to buy merchandise, seed, raw materials, o: pay their taxes and to secure othei help or credits that regular banking Institutions cannot grant them. The never-ending cycle of aiding Jews in their struggle to help them selves is Illustrated above. (1) A chihl being examined by a TO/ physician in a clinic in Warsaw; (2) A lesson In Geography in a J.D.C. maintained school; (3) Learning the intricacies of a lath In a trade school subventloned ii the J.D.C; and (41 Apnlvn i loan at a free <• %  YOU CAN WIN A FORTUNE OF $100,000 Old Gold Contest Offers You Opportunity of a Lifetime You can win one of 1.000 Cash Prises totaling 1200,000 by enter1 in> the OLD COLD CIGARETTE Contest. The first prize is $100,II' i. There are 999 Other prizes also. Thi< contest consists of solvii. [ :> series of Puzzle Pictures. 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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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February 5, 1937

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Combining TltHE JlEWH&lh lUmilty
Vol. 10No. 6
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, IKItUl ARY 5, 1937
Price Five Centa
Gen. Franco Is Conference Asks Noted Cantor to 'Jewish News Assimilation Plea
Vague on Liberty Rights for Jews Be Heard Here! Around the World Is Challenged
New York (WNS)- .'ague as-j
surances of religious toleration are ;
promised by General Francisco,
leader of the Spanish Fascist reb-
els, in the event he triumphs in the
civil war, in replying to a series
of cabled questions submitted to
him by Roy Howard, editor of the
New York World-Telegram. Ad-
mitting that he plans to establish
a Fascist sUate in Spain, General
Franco said: '"1 have already de-
i tared that our soldiers fight for
iv, conscience and respect if
iciigious beliefs and national tra-
ditions. In the religious sphere
and as against ceaseless perse i
nun by the Marxists and Commu-
nists of Catholic Spain, with her
age-long institutions of social jus-
tice and Christian charity, we
Stand for that great comprehen-
sive spirit which permitted mosques
and synagogues to remain open un-
iii i the Christian state."
Emergency Conference Asks Po-
land Restore Rights to Jews
Philadelphia (WNS) A predic-
tion that all Jewish institut ons in
Prominent Rabbi
Is Miami Guest
Rabbi Mayer Freed of New
York, representing the Rabbi Isaac
Klchanan Yeshiva and Yeshiva col-
lege, arrived here this week in the
interests of the institution. It is
an annual visit and known as a
forceful Yiddish orator, he is in
demand wherever he visits. The
Yeshiva recently celebrated its an-
niversary and is being recognized
by the non-Jewish as well as Jew-
ish world as one of the greatest
educational institutions in the coun-
try. It also publishes the Math-
ematiea Scripta, a magazine devot-
ed to higher mathematics, which is
recognized as one of the greatest
scholarly publications now pro-
duced. In Miami, Rabbi Abraham
A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation is a graduate
of this institution.
Campaign Workers
To Hold Rally
A meeting of workers for the
United Jewish Campaign was held
at the penthouse of the Strath-Ha.
ven Hotel last Wednesday night
when division committees recently
named discussed plans for cover-
ing their respective prospects. The
campaign, which will begin offi-
cially on Sunday, February 14th,
will be inaugurated by a meeting
of all division teams and individual
workers at the Ann-Nell Hotel,
Miami Beach, Sunday evening, Feb-
ruary 14th, at 8:15 o'clock. Sev-
eral prominent speakers will ad-
dress the gathering and final in-
structions will be given the work-
ers. All organizations in this area
are urged to have their member-
ship volunteer to devote several
hours during the campaign for the
purpose of helping raise the $50,-
000 goal set.
New York (WNS) Immediate
steps to restore to the Polish Jews
the human and national rights of
which they are now being deprived
under government sanction weir
demanded of the Polish govern-
ment by 2,400 delegates represent -
16 organisations, ">'! of them
national, who attended tie eiiie:
gency conference on Poland, con-
vened by the American Jewish
Congress, In a long and sober umented statement outlining th
histoi v of Poland's discriminate
against the Jews, which was read
by M, Maldwin Fertig, chairman
of the congress' organization com
mittee and counsel to President
Roosevelt when the latter was gov.
ernor of Xew York. This state
men! of grievances warned the Pol-
ish government that Jews will
never accept without resistance the
attempt to declare that 3,000,000
Polish Jews are a superfluous se
lion of the population and ther,
fore to be forced to migrate.
The document also charged Po-
land with pursuing a policy delib-
erately designed to make the Jews
superfluous and thereupon forcin
their expatriation; asked Foreign
Minister Heck to repeat in the Pol-
ish parliament his declaration to
American correspondents in Geneva
that Poland is not seeking the ex-
patriation of the larger section of
Polish Jews on the ground that
they are aliens and superfluous, in
' the light of the fact that repre-
sentatives of the government have
demanded in parliament such ac-
tion without repudiation by Heck;
stressed the fact that 76 per cent
1 of Polish Jewry is without means
! of livelihood and that one-sixth of
the Jewish population is dependent
for existence upon gifts from rela-
tives abroad; took cognizance of
the government's difficulties in the
solution of social and economic
problems, called upon the large sec-
tions of Polish population opposed
to anti-Semitism and the liberty
loving Poles in America to asso-
ciate themselves in "the undortak-
ing to prevent national dishonor bv
Poland."
Cantor p. Pinchik, noted for his
individu liftii rendition of tradi- Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
tional liturgy i i a manner that has Heath that has lurked on the high
become world ill OUS, will be the ways of Palestine for months took i'"i"''1 St*tea exceP' -' .....
guesl of Coi on Beth Jacob as a fatality Mendel Mintz. 31- purely religious character will ul-
of Miami Beach Friday evening, year-old Jewish driver of the set- I'mately vanish and endorsement
February 12 -V. Saturday, February clement of Kfar Avihail In the Val- "'' l,!" assimilationist viewpoint in
13th, and Kmday, February 14th. ley of Hefer. Mintz was murdered Jewish life as a desirable thing for
He will chant the services Friday as he was driving a truck on the American Jewry wen. made by
__----------------------------------------- Jaffa-Haifa highway. Two Arab- ,;' "" Backer- chairman of the
ambushed on the roadside are Jcwish Telegraphic Agency, in an
Charged with having pumped lead !1,i into the passing car. The youthful
victim of violence left a child of
five, lie is the first Jewish fatal.
in Arab I i in months.
Thirty Arab laborers on n U w-
ned planl at'on in the i
of N'ess Ziona attacked their fci
low Jev i njuring foul.
sembly of the Council of J< ish
1 Welfare Funds.
f in hi- person)
1 I lai I i sai I that
di era live
foi I iarti( of its
indi .:. a ity.
or relia lave no
line a girl. The Incident was '
lie culmination of ii if liiil i- be
I ween th run -. oups durin
weeks since the Arabs re-
lumed to the plantation after the
disturbances.
Plan Yiddish Cultural Program in
Palestine
'.,.! procet i'hen roups,
'. iei ii ligious or ethnii. a tempt
a i b iov i through such
He al assi ted that
Ii acy "invalidates the
pie of Judaism as a force
other than religious" since "in the-
ory there exists in a democracy
:li uf ours no reason for religious
Mew York (WNS)Initiation f communities to operate except in
a major activity designed to in-|the religious fields. Jewish insti-
tensify Yiddish culture in Pales '"- mast eventually look for-
tine was authorized in a resolution \w*ni '" '" """ when '"> 'ay
adopted at the annual conference' '"appear; that time of course bo-
ot the League for the Rights .of "* '"'' .....'' al w,li,'h 'i'-"*>-
Yiddish in Pah-tine. The proposed l!V >s" n apprcaches the ideal
activity calls for the establishment UP"" wnicn funded." Mr.
of Yiddish schools, newspapers and Bfclke' further stated that "Jews
theatres in Palestine. Anothe* in ''"'''''-a must accept the ideals
resolution urged the delegation of democracy as the basis of their
and Saturday and give a concert of Jewish trade union leaders from philosophies or alternatively, if
operatic and traditional music on the U. S. now in Palestine to to- they do not accept it, they must not
Sunday evening. Cantor Pinchik is ye^g^, alleged discriminations P'eter.d that their own conceptions
a native of Kiev. Russia, where he against Yiddish and to report t do no1 Interfere with the processes
received his musical education at the trade union, here on their re- '
the famous Conservatory of Music, (urn.
At the time of the Russian revolu- ---------------------------
Court Would Nullify Fictitious
Palestine Marriages
lion he was chief cantor of the
largest synagogue then'; be came
to the United States in 1932 and
sine then has traveled throughout
possible for a man to believe that
Judaism is a way of life, that he
prefers that way of life to any oth-
er; but the person making this de-
cision is not attempting to further
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) Ithe American experiment in de-
A. Z. A. Chapter
Will Be Formed
the country and officiated atsyn- The Supreme Court of Palestine mocracy and must be considered as
agogues everywhere. lie is now has handed down a ruling which is \ having dismissed American culture
returning from a triumphant tour designed to discourage fictitious :>s a desirable possibility." Empha-
marriages for the purpose of fa \*izin* ll,!" >' is not "particularly
diluting the immigration of worn, impressed with the attitude that as-
e into the country. The decisioa | aimilation is an unworthy goal,"
of the curt, creating a precedent, ''' Backer, husband of the grand,
rules invalid previous rabbinate' daughter of Jacob II. Schiff and
procedure. It enable- the author- ""'' of Felix M. Warburg, denied
ities to refuse recognition to such lh' Jw n America are the prod,
marriages and exposes the married "cts of Jewish culture alone and
pal I il S tn deportation.
Of Canada and the South.
Test Case to
Set Precedent
At a meeting held Wednesday
' night in the home of Mr. Nathan
Adelman, president of the local
B'nai IS'rit'h lodge, plans for the
organization of a local A. Z. A.
(Junior B'nai B'rith) chapter were
discussed and a preliminary organ,
ization formed. The formal organ-
ization will be made at a meeting
to be held Wednesday evening,
February 10th, at the home of Mr.
Adelman, 1421 N. W. First St., be-
ginning at 8 o'clock. All Jewish
boys between the ages of 16 and
21 are invited to attend.
White Plains, N. Y. (WNS) A
case which may have an imp irtant
bearing i n attempts to exclude
.lews from certain exclusive real J
estate developments was laid bo- Sephardic Jews Abandon Revision
fore Supreme Court Justice Ray-
mond Aldrich by Mrs. Marion II. Saloniki (WNS) The Sephardic
claimed that "we are even more
ii ngly the product of the gifts
ol liberalism to the modern world,"
and i.dded that "the free gifts of
sent from a liberal past are
l.iuch more responsible for what
Ridgeway when she asked the court Jews have lost complete interest m w, .^ than ou|. J(,wih h,.,.jt.lK(.;
t compel her neighbors. Mr. and Revisionism, chiefly because of I Mr. Backer was answered in ad-
Mrs. Joshua Cockburn, to moveltheir dissatisfaction with the Uc-
' from the swanky Edgemont devel tics and policies of Vladimir Ja
lopment in Searsdale on the ground botinsky, it was stated by Albert
they have negro blood. Mr.
Ridgeway bases her plea on thr
fact that the deed t.i her property
contains a provision stipulating
that negroes will not be allowed to
buy land or homes in Edgemont.
If Judge Aldrich finds for the
Cockburns similar provisions af-
fecting others may be upset in
many parts of the country.
I.evi. leader of the Sephardic Jews.
in an article In Kadimah. (lie-'.
Zionist publication. Basing his as-
tertion on a survey of opinion
imrng Sephardim in the Balkans
and in France, Levi said the Seph-
ardim are particularly bitter
against Jabotinsky because of his
recent plan for evacuating Poliwh
Jews.
dresses by Morris Rothenbel ','.
chairman of the administrative
committee of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, and Judge Samuel
I. Roseman of the New York State
Supreme Court.
Mr. Rothenberg urged the coun-
cil to support the task of upbuild-
ing l alesMne not only for the sake
of the Zionist cause, but because
'it operates as a potent force to
(Continued on Page ,'!)

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f'age Two
THE JEWISH IT.ORIDIAN
Miss Gertrude Rappaport, one <>f
the popular members of Miami's
. ounger J< wish Bet, daughter of
Mr. and M .. Max Rappaport,
prominent in the Jewish communal
life of I: Miami, will be<
Ihe bri le <.f William I-:. Warshaw
Sun.lay evening, February Tin. at
he B Masonic Hall. \. W.
nd Fii si -'.. a' 7:30
. Ra Abraham \ k II
if the Miami Jewish Orthodox
' n, of which the bride*
'a:- arc among the founders,
wil ate. .Mis.- i Rap-
paport, a sister of the bride, will
lie maid of honor ami Mr. Sam
Steinberg will be best man. Fol
lowing t*he ceremony there will lie
a reception at the hall, to which
all friends arc cordially invited.
\" caul, will lie issued. .Mr, War-
gnaw is associated in business with
Hi. Florida Wholesale Grocery Co.
A large number of out-of-town
guests have arrived i" attend .he
wedding, including the groom's
mother,
'I he regular monthly mi ; injj of
" n or Hadassah will he postponed
from February 8th to the 16th m
:" ount of the expected ariival of
Madame Yeltka I., vy S : Ger-
many. SI e ;- one of thi foremost
woman orators of the world, and
will be here in the interest of
v. nth Aliyah. Hadassah's most re-
'ject, having arrived in New
i k City la wi ek on he Bi ren-
ia The meeting will he held
in Kaplan hall of Temple [srael,
IS" X. E. Nineteenth si., it 2:30
the afternoon.
On Thu -.lay evening, !' bruary
lth, a reception will be tendered
Madi j -Stein by Mr. an I
Mi -. Samuel D. Gottesman of N'ew
Vork, in the Bamboo Room of the
Hollywood Beach Hotel in Holly.
Frid ly evening, February 19th,
Madame Levy-Stein will be guest
eaker hi the religious services in
Israel. The following day,
he will be guest of luin-
or al Hadassah's Oneg Shabut.
Friday, February 5, 1937
1
Ql
SOCIETY
M s Sylvia Siegel of Montgom-
ery, Ala .;- visiting her sister, Mrs.
David I. Ro8enbloom of Miami
Bi ach, and will remain here for
the Reason.
*
Mrs. Charles Tannenbauni will be
hostess at a benefit card party for
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation on
Sunday. February 11th. at- her
home. 2101 S. W. Eleventh st.
Prizes will be awarded for high
scores, and refreshments will be
served. The public is invited to
attend.
ave. at Fourth st., Miami B ach, on
Sunday evening, February 7th,
1987, al !' o'clock. Mi- subject' will
be "Jewish Problems of Today."
Following this there will be an in-
ti rest jng and entertaining musical
program.
Next Saturda> afternoon the
Spinoza group will nice) to hear the
opera "Aida." Alter the broad-
cast Dr. Abraham Wolfson will
: h film in Miami.
Refreshments and entertainment
concluded the evening's program-
Similar meetings are being held
and will be continued for the next
several days in preparation for the
campaign so that workers may be
thoroughly versed in presenting
I heir .tory.
Plans for forthcoming events
will be presented at the regular
meeting of Junior Hadassah on
Monday evening, February 8th, at
Beth David Talmud Torah at- 8
o'clock.
I I annual officers' ball will be
Sunday evening, February 28th,
with .Miss Viviennc Jacobs head-
ing the committee in charge of ar-
langements. A cocktail party will
pn cede the dance. Admission to
the cocktail parly and dance will
be by membership card only.
Junior Hadassah is holding a
musicale and bridge on March 3rd
al the Alamac Hotel, Collins ave.
at Thirteenth st., Miami Beach.
Miss Doris Cromer is arranging a
program of muse and Miss Ethyl
Wap will be in charge of bridge.
Guests are invited to be present
ai the meeting Monday. An in-
teresting program will follow tin
bu-iness session.
*
speak on "Spinoza's Conception of'
God." During the previous meet-
ings Dr. Wolfson discussed Spino-
za's life, his ancestors, the Jew-!
ish influences. From this Saturday
until the end of the season the phi-
losophy of Spinoza will be dis-
cussed every Saturday afternoon
alter the opera broadcast.
Wie well known and beloved
llnseh Masliansky will speak at
Kraemer'a Dining Room, Collins
$
200,000.00
PUZZLE CONTEST
STARTED FEBRUARY 1st
See the back cover page of this newspaper
THE OLD GOLD $200,000.00 puzzle contest started Monday,
February 1st.
Though it was originally planned to start last week, the condi-
tions in the stricken flood area caused the postponement of the
official opening date until Monday, February 1st.
The Official Contest Bulletins now available at all cigarette
counters give the starting date as January 25th. Please disregard
that starting date.
The contest started officially Monday, February 1st and you have
until midnight of the coming Saturday to mail your solutions tt
the First Weekly Series of Puzzles.
Above all, remember that the dates in the bulletins which
you will find at all cigarette counters are not correct, in
view of the postponement. Just automatically move up
the dates one week and go ahead with the contest.
If you enjoy a contest of skill ... and the opportunity to win
a fortuue, read the back cover page of this newspaper.
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One of the many functions held
in conjunction with the United Jew.
ish Campaign to raise $60,000 in
Greater Miami took place recently.
Some of the foremost Jewish
leaders in the community were
present and received a number of
important messages on the plight
of the .Jewish people oversells. They
were heartened by the encouraging
tidings brought them by members
of the general committee, who
informed them that Miami Jewry
i- not only conscious of their re-
sponsibility toward their fellow,
lews, but many have offered vol- ''
lintai'ily their services h, further
lliis task. Among other things.
they were advised that $60,-
111111 requested of Miami Jewry \1
ihe irreducible minimum needed in'
realizing the $10,000,000 goal set
for American Jewry in this signif-
icant effort to relieve distress and
misery among the Jewish people
throughoul the world. He also
pointed out the possibilities of Bet.
tling thousands of Jewish families
in Palestine, who have only that
untry to turn to for the r future
since economic and political;
I I litmus make it necessary for '
I he campaign in Miami will gel
'ull swing around the 14th of
r'cl ruary, which will officially ush-
i in local activities.
An interesting feature of the
evening's program was the show-
ing of a film called "Salvaging Hu-
man Lives." which poignantly de-.
I'icted the plight of Che Jewish pen.
I'll' ii several Kuropean countries.
This marked the initial showing of
Features galore, combined with
sensational races, marked the past
week at the West Flagler Kennel
Club, which is leading eleven tracks
in attendance and mutual play.
Probably the most thrilling race
ever witnessed in Miami was the
three-dog match race which found
Big Laddie winning over Tempest
and Glider in a sensational nose
finish. The dogs raced over the
five-sixteenths route and Tempest
held a length lead to within | few
feet of the finish wire, where Big
Laddie staged a belated rush and
won out.
The longest Win price of the
meeting came when Just an Argu-
ment won a feature race and paid
$01.80 for a two-dollar ticket. Big
quinielas were also paid during the
week.
Sally Hand, fumed fan dancer,
with twelve additional dancers, will
show Friday and Saturday nights.
A Bpecial stage has been construct-
ed, with flood lights and back,
ground for the famous dancer.
Except when special races arc
staged, such as the match races.
the nightly card consists of eleven
races. The hurdle race is one of
the big nightly attractions at West
Flagler. In this race, which can
is seen only at Miami's downtown
race track, it is a real thriller.
West Flagler is the only grey-
hound track in Miami which can
be reached in ten minutes. Mo-
torists use either West Flagler st.
or X. \v. Seventh st. Both are ar-
terial highways.
* *
Thirty-two dollars and fifty cents
was turned in by the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation to the
Red Cross flood relief fund and
additional funds will be turned over
this week. At Temple Israel $7!l
was raised for the Red Cross flood
relief.
* .
As a result of a preview wit-
I ncssed by a committee of the local
B'nai B'rith lodge, a motion pic-
ture, which was to have been shown
here and which would have been the
cause of arousing racial hatreds,
will not he exhibited in this area.
*
Next Monday, February 8t-h, and
Tuesday, February 9th, the Miami
Jewish Juniors are sponsoring a
theatre party at the Tower The-
atre, tickets for which may be ob-
; tained from members of the com-
mittee, consisting of George Gins-
berg, Ray U. Shochet, Esther V.
. Shochet and Mareie Adelman. The
I proceeds will be used for the char-
j it-able work of the organization.
*
Arriving here this week to spend
: some time was Senator Milton Alt-
feld of Baltimore, Md.
Hotel Astor
Washington at 10th St.
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Vol. IdN... 6
Vigilance
That it pays to be ever vigilant was amply demonstrated
last week when as a result of action on the part of a commit-
tee of the local B'nai b'rith lodge, a spirit of good will was
engendered between a prominent local church and the Jew-.
TasT week there appeared an advertisement in one of
the dailies advising that a guest preacher would discuss lhe
Jew and the Protocols of the Elders of Zion." It is super-
fluous to tell of the untold suffering the publication of these
infamous forgeries has caused Jews throughout the world.
Needless it is to tell of the millions now heing spent bv Hitler
to spread these contemptible lies about the Jews.
As a result of negotiations with the pastor of the church
where the address was to be made, a promise was made that
nothing anti-Semitic would be permitted. A conference with
the speaker, a former Russian, and an intelligent Presenta-
tion of the facts brought forth a definite understanding that
onlv the truth would be told. The committee was invited to
attend the lecture at the First Congregational Church, which
it did. Rev. Heinze, the pastor, was exceedingly fair; the
speaker, a Rev. Astakhoff. and his wife who transilated he
address, which was in Russian, presented the real truth about
the Protocols and its origination.
A plea for better understanding between Jews and non-
Jews made by the B'nai B'rith Committee resultea in real
good will.
Thus it pavs to be vigilant. The same is true about our
own Jewish organizations. Leaders of Jewish organizations^
no matter how high an opinion we may have of them, anfl
thev mav have of themselves, are but human, and can and do
err.* Too often the real Jewish understanding is lacking. It
is therefore, the duty of a newspaper, of a rabbi and ot
evervone with the true spirit of Judaism to direct he atten-
tion of the public to the shortcomings and errors. 1Real men,
real leaders, will take this criticism with proper understand-
ing- Rather have our own criticize than have our actions
condemned by non-Jews.
It pays to be vigilant.
~~ THE W0RLDVW1ND0W
Utopia and Escape
i
re, in psychological back-
ground l"1' 'hem to believe abou
nything they choose and not ti
e i i alter their opinions evei
I i
n hi Stalin dic-
. : it the old
ho, whatevei
and metho
i
ti, n. i mr American
.... h Ji h and Gei
'. um.....'
i.. hasti pagea of the New Re-
public, in which gentlemen of mid
,,,,. das origin and habits who
r.evi i so much aa really envisaged
a proletarian, whoop it up politely
for the class-war and the revolu-
tion and the dictatorship of the
working classeswell, in those
pages Waldo Frank addressed an
open letter to the rulers of the So-
viet fathtrc.and begging them to
explain, | lea e, please to explain -
in ordc tha. ha and others like
him could keep their utopiani.ni
and the escapism of their Utopia
and the Identification of that es-
capist mechanism with the Soviet
Union pure and undefiled. Need
I say that Stalin did not answer
Mr. Frank's letter in the New Re-
public? Did Tammerlane answer?
Or Ivan the Terrible'.' Or even
the Blightly more civilized Napo-
leon Bonaparte'.' Does Hitler an-
swer?
Oldest Jewish and Christian Books Meet
In Jewish Theological Seminary Library
By I.UDWIG LEWISOHN
This column is copyrighted by measure-, above all of goodIwffl.
,he Seven Art. Feature Syndi- the great majority 0 human be ing.
cate. Reproduction in whole or would be able to draw close, to
in part strictly forbidden. Any j their hearts' desire.
infringement will be prosecuted. I The ,reat and Krave trouble with
Utopian dreaming is that it as-
Utopia is escape into a fancied sumes the possibility of a world
better world Each one builds him- which is not possible and more
S, dreams himself at one tim, dangerou. .till keeps the dreame
or another a Utopia to his liking, from seeking to make his taper
And what is his LnK? The sum feet world a littl. to WgM
of his lacks frustrations, insuffi- by the whole trend and effort of
cenckV and unsatisfied desires, his personality in that place and
What we have not and want-that sta.io, of life to which to the
W whaTw trv to realize in our: sound and satisfactory old phr-J.
irelm of a better state, a better j it has pleased Almighty God to c.H
socTaTorder, a realm of justice. For him. But Utopianism become. .
it is rare for any of us not to be- more menacing when U. s ttuc to
lieve that what we want and lack day among us. man young men
would be ours if the world were a and women and many^other. who
better world and society run on a are more than old enough to know
luster basis And quite ideally better, identify the.. Utopian
speakingwe are quite often in dreams with an existent pol.ty and
he right in this belief. In a wor.d Un existent state which >, remote
of true justice, of delicate moral! enough in space, in speech, ,n moral
And now Stalin, on the heel- of
the new constitution with its many
amusing jokers that leave the
bloody dictatorship of that state-
capitalism just where it was
(please consult Max Eastman's
devastating article in the February
number of Harper's magazine)
now Stalin finishes what he began
la.-t August, the crushing of any
conceivable opposition to hie
pseudo-czardom by another blood- j
purge based on fantastic lies anil
stupid slanders. "After this trial
. ." Someone said to Karl Radek.
And Karl Kadek, knowing the
Georgian Caesar, said grimly:
"After this trial 1 shall know noth-
ing." And Trotsky, B mistaken
man. a deluded man, but a man of
honor, of integrity, of intellectual
gifts too high to be able to con-
sent to that bloody game, cables
from his latest refuge in Mexic i
City: "Stalin, struggling to main-
tain his personal domination, ha
taken recourse to the method- ol
Cesare Borgia." Correct. Dicta-
torship is of its own nature a vile
and wicked thing and must lead to
I the same methods and the samt
' end.
Will our friend Waldo Frank
once more.plead in the New Ro-
publii with Stalin to be good and
prop, i and save the fair fame of
the Soviet Fatherland and pl< ase,
: i, .i explain, in order that tllO
-real game of the identification of
his private Utopia with the Soviet
Union may go merrily on? And
mow i must tell an anecdote about
Waldo Frank, prefacing it with
the expression of my genuine es-
teem for his gifts and talents and
assuring him that I do not doubt
the -abjective sincerity of his m >-
tives.
with which the doctrine of the Im-
maculate Conception expressed thi
soul of Spain.
Comment is Buperiluous. Es-
cape, escape. Anything on uny Ir-
reli vant periphery. Anything but
the center, the heart, the blood.
Virgin Spain. The Soviet Father-
land. Anything but th real, the
attainable, the given, that for which
real work can be done in a world
Of reality and real sacrifices made
and real tears shed and real blood;
anything hut that to which n -
called by nature and unpervertcf
instinct and tradition and where
one is (Wanted and needed and
where, riespite insufficiencies an I
inadequacies and a thousand hu-
man imperfections, one can give
one's whole heart. Any place but
home. Any people except one's
own. Any God except the Cod of
one's fathers. To that is to be
preferred any exotic perversity,
any bloody d ctatorship anything,
everything, so it be not Jewish, so
it be not the Jewish people, so :t
be not the land of Israel.
t)l how many in bow many forms
cannot this same story be told'.'
When will they awaken from
their foolish narcotic dreams?
Utopia is the opiate of great sec-
tions of th- '.wish people When
will they fa-e reality'.'
(Copyright. 1937, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
salvafro Jewish li'"- -.om its pres-
ent wreckage.''
Judge Rosen- .an als i tool ue
with Mr. Backer, pointing at i-hat
"it is no answer for any indivi iual
assimilationi.t to say that except
for those .lews who cling primarily
to their religion, there is tie rea-
.101 in this country for survival as
B pi epic.'' He also said that
"whrther or not Jewish experience
with assimilation in other lands
may justify belief that assimilation
will be successful here, whether or
mt the American community can
be said to be willing on its part to
receive us in assimilation, the plain
[act remains that there are and
Will be these millions of Jews who
insist on heing as American as
their neighbors. A proper Jewish
ic'ativnship to An.erica must,
therefore, res; fundamentally upon
a complete rejection hy us of any
designation as alien or foreign."
Judge Rosenman emphasized that
jn their desire to continue varying
degrees of loyalty to their lan-
guage, literature and culture while
at the same time they have a per-
sonal and group desire to obtain
for themselves fitting places in th-;
larger community Jews "are no dif-
ferent from any of the large num-
ber of minority groups, religious
or ethnic, which help to make up
the modern pattern of American
life.
Assimilation Plea
Is Challenged
(Continued from Page l")
Well, then: Waldo Frank was in
Palestine not so many years ago.
,* good many years before that Dr.
Weizmann had sought with bis in-
comparable persuasiveness to draw
into our movement the then quite
young American writer. Appar-
ently in vain. But the time came
when Mr. Frank went to Palestine.
He came back first to Europe. He
said that he had been profoundly
Impressed by our new life and our
achievement, there. He said that
be would write about what he had
Been and felt. We waited. Wc
waited. At last a new book by
Waldo Frank was announced. lt<
'theme was, ef all things in the
whole wide Arid, the exactness
preserve the Jew and Judaism in
America." Warning that Ameri-
can Jewry is not immune "to the
corroding influences of assimila-
tion that have caused Jewish group
lfe to crumble away in many land.-
so that our people and their cul-
ture came to depend for survival
i.pon the negative pressure of anti-
Semitism," Mr. Rothenberg said
that "there are those to whom the
preservation of Jewish life is of
n I moment. Alas, they have failed
to learn the lesson of the tragic
but illuminating experience of re-
cent years. Have we not all been
witnesses to the bankruptcy of the
policy of Jewish self-denial, which
,is but self-betrayal'.' Germany was
the laboratory of that disastrous
experiment. Only by the self-rev-
erent reaffirmation of our heri-
tage, by our loyalty to our tradi-
tion;-, and our mentality shall we
avoid the path of humiliation and
While stressing the fact that the
'American Jew refuses and will
refuse, to include in his Jewish
thought or conduct anything which
imi by any reasonable interpreta-
tion make his Americanism sus-
pect,' Judge Rosenman declared
hat "there is no place in Ameri-
can life i i paratc nat ionalism
, .- civilization' but "there is room
: ii free religious and cultural px-
pression by all minority groups
.\ .'.m the larger unity of Ameri-
can life."
Risks Life
To Save Torah
Pittsburgh (WNS>The Torah
Scrolls and Ark of the Covenant of
Congregation B'nai Israel were de-
stroyed and considerable other
damage was done by a fire which
broke out after the Saturday morn-
ing worshipers had left. Benjamin
iBarchek, 56, risked his life in a
vail attempt to save the Torah and
' the Ark, but was driven back by
smoke and flames.
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Friday, February 5, 1987
Society

Tali
i I h by
i \ :
nge-
to be 1
I
. J. The
r'loi lian
Hoti I, Miami Bi ach, Mi rch !.. .: ,ii
Mrs, .lack Itirsch is y
rman and is being a-sist
i >: by Mesdames .'. I.. Shoi het, A.
A. Ke li Harrj Shulman ami \.
Add mar <:> the general commit-
tee; Mesdames I.. Kotkin, program
assisted by Mrs, Mm'
Pallotl and Messrs. Nat Blumberg,
Barnej Drevich, X. Adelman, E.
VI, B i and
. | "Tm i rrcnl ays, and Mrs. Daniel Cromer, as
toward sweet andhol I by Mrs. David L, Slann, for
The
by Mrs. Marvin Bronner tor Miami Weizmann Cancels Trip to failed
Slates

.
1
. . i .
.:.:>, and
Hi A .. \ f this
M -. iouis i iordon i
in and bridge at I he Ant ilia
last Tuesday. Among the
were Mesdames J. Margolis,
S. Weinberg, Charles Newman, M.
I., rig, V Hergma, S. Siepal and
M. c ih n, all of Chicago; Mrs. <).
Frisch of Si. Louis, Mrs. (!. Klein-
man, diaries Kleinman, Fred Klein-
map and Moiri- Kleinman, all of
Lew is di I as a partial
i ra. rhe new
ild jazz
imenls
hi e muti d in i o 1 he for-
\' ars of tin
sweet', wcai > moan i lim of
n, tli re is a swinjj
: Hl'k '
;:: i ai 1:1 n^cni-ills, m.....
Lev ed. Bui the
dance bands arc retaining their
great) i \ arid; of instrument
i oped in the recent years, he
Ion I WNS-Palcor Agency)
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of
Jewish Agency for Palestine,
who has arrived in London after
having spent four days in Paris on
his way from Palestine, lias can-
t nu
! he women1 a eduled
when ill" plans for
. ., ill 11- '-'I in
"A iitiini er ol prominent local
are also assisting, celled his plan to visit the United
meetings, which Stal in time to attend the Con
they are calling in the interests ol ference [or Palestine to be held in
impaign. Washington February 7th. His de-
"Recently Mr. and Mrs. Philip cision, made after considerable re-
e hosts i" Bome of flection, is regarded here as an in.
friends on their yacht "Wind- dication of the critical political sit-
a day's outing. Dr. nation affecting Palestine. Per-
Bi i /.ion Mossinsohn, one of thi sonscloseto Dr. Weizmann explain
says. [ lines the style guesl of Mr. and Mrs. Liberraan, mission in London and the proba-
ti dance music. and reported on developments in bility that additional sessions will
"The main thing for a leader to iin Holy Land. His address re- be convened by that body forced
do is in carefullj watch the public suited in a generous response to him to forego his trip to the Unit-
Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Friedman of reaction, analyze it.- desires, then the United Jewish Campaign from led States, which he had been anx-
Younvstown, Ohio: Mesdames T. give the people what they want, nol those present. The outing was cul. ious to make. He is said to feel
Pallot and Max Rappaport; |.ark.,. h. II. Fan. L. Brown, B. what he thinks they ought to have," minated with a number of interest- that the imminence of grace polit-
Mrs. Nat Blumberg and Mrs. Moe Kahn ,, Thie!| s Specter, L. he .-aid. "I mix in a little of ev- mg features. ical issues required his const-ant
Pa in tickets. Entertainers of Mannheimer, J. Katz, S. Shass, It. crything with a preponderance of "Leo Robinson and KttJuui Ros- presence on the scene of action. He
various night clubs will attend.
Beth David Sisterhood will ob-
serve Sisterhood Sabbath tonight
G late services n Beth I 'a\ id
Synagogue instead of last Friday
evening. Participating will he
Mesdames Isidor Cohen, Lewis
Brown, Meyer Schwartz and Wil-
liam Robinson, past presidents, and
Mrs. Sol Rotfort, the present pres.
id< nt. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will
he- the guest speaker. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will preach during the eve-
Kohn, M. Dublcr, M. Aronovitz, what 1 believe it
George Levenson, B. Kandel, J. vorite."
Lang, Charles Abbot, E.'Sherr, M.
Silberstein, R, Silbcrstein
Scheinberg, II. Fisher, E, Gluck, J.
Jacobs, s. Slaughter, S. Alpert, R.
Koses, B. First. M. First, A. Wal-
lerstein, L. Silferman, L, Living-
ston, A. Eshlanger, P, Manks, A
Aaron, William Friedman, II. Mil-
ler, M. Krongold, Charles Gold-
stein, G. Block and Isidor Newman.
*
The engagement of Miss Selma
ning and Cantor Louis Hayman, as- Rovncr ,,, .v 1 r. -,i K. Kahn. so,, ol
Mr. and Mrs. 1!. S. Kahn. is ali-
reigning fa- n, well known local financiers, will is known to regard as politically
b hosts to a group of friends at important the forthcoming confer-
a function to be held on Tuesday ence of American Jews because of
M. Catholics Invite Jews to Join Anti- night, February 2nd, on the root the support it may give him for
sisted by the choir, will chant. Fol-
lowing the services the Sisterhood
will be hosts at a social hour in
Beth David Talmud Torah. Sa!
unlay morning Marvin Levine, the
son of Mr, and Mrs. Peter Levine,
will become Bar Mitzva at the serv-
ices. He will recite the' Ilaftoro
and -peak briefly in English. Rabbi
Shapiro will preach a sermon. The
Junioi Congregation will meet at
I0:.'I0 with Howard Schwartz con-
i ing the services.
*
Next Tuesday evening, February
Hth, the arrangements committee
in charge of the annual Purim ball
for Beth David Sisterhood will meet
at the Talmud Torah Hall to make
final plans for this event. All mem-
bers are urged to attend.
* *
At the late services tonight and
tomorrow morning at Beth Jacob
Congregation, Miami Beach, Rabbi
Mayer Freed, well known speaker
and educational authority, will be
the guest speaker. Cantor Mau-
rice Mamches will chant the serv-
ices.
* *
What promises to be one of the
outstanding events of the current
nounced by her parents, .Mr. and
.Mrs. Charles Rovner of Philadel-
phia.
*
At the late Friday evening serv
ice's tonight at lhe Miami Jewis '
Orthodox Congregation, beginning
ai s:.;o, Kaldii Abraham A. Kill
hit will preach on "The Law ami
Communist Se..ict> of the Blackstone Hotel. There will further work in London.
be a sneaker and a special film de--------------------_
New York (WNS) .lew- and picting the plight of Jewry in Eu-
I'rotestants will he invited to join ropean countries will make its inl-
ine American Committee Against tial showing in Miami on ihis oc
Communism of the N'nternational casion, Refreshments and a gen-
Catholic Truth Society as soon as oral social evening will follow.'"
,i changes its name lo the Ani.r- ------------------------
ican Association Against Commun-
ism, it wa- announced by the Rev. J p VL' j tt fl ^ p \U w
Kdward I.. Curran. president, at ,c .
Around the
Otthe
ovies*
mass meeting of the organizat cm.
Joint Appeal
To Begin Soon
"Jews of Greater Miami are do
ine. double duty in meeting their
World
"It real wars were like this,"
said Joe E, Brown, "we'd hate
peace!"
- Which gives a hint of the novel
(WNS) -Pleass for picture Warner Bros, launched in
the anti-Nazi their film version of the Broadway
boycott wore the keynotes of vir- musical show, "Sons O- Guns," at
tually all addresses at the mass the Tivoli Theatre next Sunday
New York
^intensification of
meeting sponsored by the Non-Sec- and Monday. It is a war picture
litigations as citizens and as co- tarian Anti-Nazi League at- Came, with all the movie armv mobilfea-
eligionista," said William Tara- gie Hall on the occasion of ih- tion pomp.
ash. chairman of the United -lew- fourth anniversary of the Hitler Brown's
Kregational singing ami responsive j ish Campaigni today, .., u(|(|itjn ,,,Kim,..
reading will he enjoyed. A 80
unfortunate
the Higher Law." The usual con
hour will follow. Saturday mom
ing serv ees begin at '.' o'cloi k
their generous contributions to of the American Federation of La- time entertainment
:r.
Mincha services at 5, follower1
Shalosh Saudah and Maariv serv
ice-. Service- an- held twice daily
al fi a. m. and 5:80 p. ni.
An Important business meeting
of the local B'nai B'rith lodge will
he held next Tuesday evening, Feb-
ruary Mh, at Beth David Talmud
Torah Hall, when matters of im-
portance will he discussed. All
members are urged '" attend. Re-
ports of the recent banquet and
mass meeting will he acted on.

The Junior Council of Jewish
Women will celebrate Valentine
comment referred di-
William Green, president rectly to sequences in which war-
- units and the
sufferers, bor, led the attack on the Nazi rather hectic life of "our hovs" in
Miami .lew- are also mindful ,1 government in a review of the Hit. the French taverns are feature.)
responsibilities toward lerites' destruction of the German Joan Blondell, as a French cavern
is of their brethren across labor unions. Again pledging maid, sirenesque accent ami all
the water, who daily face a flood American labor to the support of holds forth at one of the li.iuorinir"
|o| misery and starvation. the boycott, he e-li..i..., ih.. a... ..i.........._., ....... OL ,
Shaw and
f
Tic United Jewish Campaign lean people to shun German goods Beverly Roberts head a crowd o
""e;;:ixi- ""''.....I" Greater Miami, and services as long as "persecu. beauties among the entertainers
n hiding in it. scope the United ion, intolerance, and repression are Oddly enough, the entertainment
aestine Appeal and the Joini Dis. imposed upon the working people units which played such a happy
tr.bu.on Committee has been so and upon the Jewish race." Wil- part in the doughboy's life "over
:in a- not to conflict with the helm Sollman. former German min- there" have never received much
immediate emergency confront^ ..ter of the interior, attacked Hit- recognition in past war fJm, They
the American people at this time ler's assertion in his fourth anni-
a- a result of the distressing flood versary speech that the Nazi
iituaiion in approximately eleven
states," -aid Taradash. "Every-
where throughout America) Jewish
1 leaders, active in raising funds for
-eason in the Greater Miami area ,lnv s,"1,la-v ''"'ning. i-ebruary 14., thoJr co-religrionists abroad, are vious period. He blamed tn- <
is the fashion show and revue spon- il1 the Alcazar Roof. Dancing will .,,. ,,,.,,: th(.niM.K,.s wh(,,,.. ,,,,., ,.,. f...... Bnorta 1
sored by the Senior Council of begin at 9:30 and favors will M ,,,..,,,, :||ll| .,.,,,.,,. ,(..|v. lowered standard of livillB the sni
Jewish Women next Wednesday featured. The puhhe is urged to ^.^ |h( ^^ rf ^.^ ^^ ^ (.^ <{ ^ ^ barbarism of
arc now seen as they actually were
rev- jn sequences of "Sons O' Guns."
Soil- The keynote in this comedy war
nan cited facts proving that 200,. pictu|.e is authenticity. It s the
" "<" I" the four belief of the director, Lloyd Bacon,
that the comedy, human rather
than extravagant, is more effective
against very realistic backgrounds.
olutlon had been bloo.lli
years of Nazi rule than in the pre.
Ja
mes Fenimore Cooper's im-
afternoon, February 10th, at 2 attend. lm.,., t|. f|(,,j ,,.jj.., gjtuation.
o'clock, at the Palm Island Club, "The Greater Miami Cited Samuel Untermver read by Mrs ''' 'The U,t f the
when its entire floor show will be The annual Beth David aister- | Jew|sh CampaJ8.n h ,.,.,,.,.,: M:il.k Harris, the reported German'
presented, featuring Cross and l^od Punn. hall w.ll take place at ^., ,,,., W;iy u,Ui ^ American ,on,n,ercial pact was lie"
Dunn, and a fashion show pre- 'the -Mahl Sh,"u' l-mpk- on 1 hurs- lnel.lirK u, ,. ,,,.,,, aillll(| Fl,,ini|1,.v nounced and G,rman-An,eri.-,s
sented by the Princess Pat and Jay '"'>' evening, February -un. inc 14th. Foremost leaders, well know,, sympathetic to Nazism were as
Mignon of the Roney Plaza, with ""Ulil1 |,uni" "" wl" held for their oratory s well as their wiled as undesirable Mr Unter'
the girls of the Palm Island Club fo""w,l*I,ST"y; f^Jl achievements, will address that myer also criticized the floutinir of
acting a. the mannekins for tha|**> 1!'lh David Talmud Torah gathering. CUBtomg |aws y^ ^ZtZ
fashion show. Admission is only a "In the meantime, the varh
\ isions
Mohicans," comes to thrilling life
on the screen of the Seventh Ave-
nue Theatre Sunday and Monday.
Randolph Scott heads the im-
posing cast as Hawkeye, the hand-
some and daring colonial scout
hero of the story, while appearing
in
one dollar, with a portion of the
proceeds going to the Red Cross
for the relief of the flood suffer-
ers. Mrs. Benjamin I.aYino and
Mrs. Morris Alpert aie co-chair-
men; Mesdames Lewis Brown and
Morris DuMer. treasurer-; Mes-
1 the meantime, the various di. M Lowenstein and Dr. Frank Bohn" ,por**Irt Matured roles re
is of the campaign are being economist-and son-in-law of Secre- 1 ,nn,c Bai'm's- Henry Wilcoxon,
American jazz syncopation is a organized so that they may or lu!- tary of Commerce Roper, spoke.
sure cure for the depression blues.
It is Ted Lewis speaking. Lewis,
who opens Saturday, February 6,
for a limited engagement at the
Biscayne Kennel Club, through al-
ly prepared to throw a'l theii
strength in the directior of the
campaign when it is fomally and of
officially opened. Amor;.- the- divi- in
are- the hotel divi ion, headed selling (;<
Bruce Cabot, Heather Angel, Phil-
ip Reed, Robert Barrat, Hugh
New Y,l- iWMSi ,- BncW and Wlllaid Robertson.
New York (WNS) LoK lines Thrilling highlights of the Pic-
anti-Naz. demonstrators carry- ,ure include the defense of Fort
V>^: KiiL.,,-.,, of,hose William Henry LZ-
goods picketed in slaught of the PM legions;
Mrs. Ralph Neufeld and Mrs. B. is improved
c c-lit
per cent in iwo j Strom .or Miami lieach. picketing was sponsored
I.aYino, printing committee; Mrs. years. 'And everybodys happy," "The women's division is beaded Joint Boycott Council
The
by the
battle
,.vk
battle to the death between the
'^'le-uacl,. halfbreed and "The Last
of the Mohicans."
<\


I'rday, February 5, 1937
TIIK JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
A CONTEST WHICH WILL AROUSE
THE INTEREST OF ALL IN MIAMI
> n March 2nd. Full details will
I e given in a later issue.
lend the affair in be given in the
auditorium on Sunday evening,
February 7th, at 8 o'clock. The
National Council of Jewish game of bunco will be Inaugu al
Women will have their annual at the "V* at thi:- time.
Read the Details of the Contest Today on Page 8You Can lunchc in at the Tampa Terrace ho-
Win a Fortune Which Will Make You
Rich for Life
It makes no difference how busy you arc you should
ter this unusual Old Gold Cigarett. Contest, which is ad-
. rtised in our news] a] i r today. Read the details on page 8.
M makes no difference whether one is poor or rich, young or
old, man or womananyone can enter this contesl and win
,i fortune in money$100,000 is the First Prize.
tel on February loth, when Mrs,
Marian Miller, national executive
ir, will be guest Bpeaker. R
ervations for the luncheon may be
'Shekolim." .Sunday school as
usual at i*? o'clock Sunday morn-
ing,
' .'. i ih Arbor Hay was celebrat-
l bunco game will be foil >w id ed by a group i f little children in a
ing to the music of Clyde : i i ram and Philip Benjamin with
Schuster and his orchestra. I me Silverman recited a poem
Should this affair prove a I UC-
cess ii will I"- repeated the fol-
made until February 8th with an; week, Sunday. February 14.
member of the following commit-------------------------
Everyone has a chance. Every-
one has the opportunity to win one
of the 1,000 cash prizes. Aside
nil the fact that you may r.in a
ii/..', enter this contest because it
- very Interesting and will help
harpen your mind. The Old Gold
- niest is the most interesting con-
test offered at any time to the
American public, with prizes total-
ed 9200,000.
The first prize, $100000 in cash
a fortunewill make the winner
rich for lifetime. Such a cash for-
tune in a contest has never been of-
ered in any newspaper. It is t,he
first time that a reader of an An-
s:lo-Jewish newspaper has been
given a chance to win such a large
amount of money. You now have
the opportunity to g$t rich for life
if you w>l enter this contest and
win.
Besides the first prize of flOO,-
000 there are 990 other cash prizes
totaling $100,000. You may win
$5,000, or $2,600, or $600, or f260,1 low Old Gold Cigarettes. Don't
or S100, or $50, or $10. Read all miss it. It comes once in a life-
the details today on page 8 and time. Tell your friends about the
you will learn what you have to do OLD GOLD CONTEST! This con-
to enter the contest in order to win test is open to everybody. Begin
one of the prizes. I the new year right. Build the
The whole family can enter the | foundation for a fortune the win-
contestfather, mother, children, ning $100000the first prize.
lee: .Mrs. I!. Haimovitz, chairman;
-Mrs. I. S. Levy, Mrs. Marcus Co-
Inn. Mrs. X. L. Marcus, Mrs. Fred
Perl man, Mrs. Nathan Lutz, Mrs.
relatives, friends and neighbors. 11. Salsbury and Mrs. A. K. Berger.
Everyone, without an exception.
in Ji i ii.
St, Petersburg
Notes
I i Judaic Council had its an-
nual successful dinner and dance
last Wednesday. February 3rd, at
the Yesuvie.
You will all have a lot of l'un and
:'l the same time will test your skill
by trying to solve the Puzzle Pic-
tures of the contest. No expert
knowledge is needed to solve the
Puzzle Pictures. The only thing
which i- needed is that you make
Up your mind to think and your de-
termination tO follow the rule- aiid
details.
Get acquainted with all the de-
tails now on page 8 of this week's
Jewish Floridian. Go to your cig-
arette dealer and ask him for the
official Puzzle Pictures, together
w!th the ftill rules and details.
Study them and .vou will become
Miss Sybil Apatoff is visiting in
Miami Peach.
"Uncle Barry" Finman left for
Miami for a brief visit. On his re-
turn he will remain in Tampa until
111- early spring, when he will re-
turn tei his home in Hartford. Conn.
Tampa chapter, Junior Hadassah,
entertained at a "hobo" party
Thursday night at the Finman
cabin. Entertainment included
stunts, games anel a novelty ama-
teur program. Refreshments were
served by Mrs. Jean Finman, Miss
Ruth Finman and Miss Elizabeth
immediately interested in solving AbramovitZ. Miss AbramovitZ,
these Puzzle Pictures. How happy membership chairman, was assist-
and fortunate you will be when | ed in arrangements for the party Benjamin, Mrs. A. Sicrkese, Mrs.
you'll win the first priz..... any j bj .Miss Lucille Rosenberg, presi- R. McDonald, Mrs. B. Yosin, Mrs.
.>' 'he other prizes. lent, anel Mrs. Al Weiss, social
You have an unusual opportu- chairman.
nity offered to you by Double-Mel- ---------
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
Society of Congregation B'nai Is-
A birthday party was given by rael had its regular meeting last
Mrs. Clara Williams in celebra- .Tuesday. The hostesses were Mrs.
tion of the second birthday anni- H- M- Jacobs and Mrs. I. Katz.
versary of her grandson, Robert Members and friends are cordially
J. .syrup. A number of games invited to the card party next Sun-
were played and refreshments en- day evening, given by the auxil-
joyed. iary at the congregation, 1089 Ar-
______ lington ave.
Ml'B. Clara Williams entertained
al a Card party honoring her nep'n.
ew, .Meyer Cohen, and his family.
Assisting the hostess were Mrs.
Jack Syrup, Bessie Cohen, Yetta
Kosenzweig, Mrs. Rae Shapiro,
Mrs. H. Jacobs, Mrs. Sam Shapiro,
Mrs. I.. Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs.
Reyner, Mr. Benjamin Syrup, Mrs.
J. Heltenstein, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Herman, Mr. and Mrs. S. Shapiro,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Cohen, Mrs. Mae
Mrs. Kathe Daniel, her two suns,
Bob anel Sidney, anel daughter-in-
law, all of Reading, Pa., are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gold-
berg.
Mrs. J. Rosen of Ashville, N. C,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Robins.
B. Carroll, Mrs. B. Jacobs, Mrs.
Katie Daniel and Mrs. Jack Syrup.
Mi-.- Fannie Grubstein left re-
cently by motor for Macon, Ga.
Aftet a short visit there she will
go on te> Tennessee', where she will
make an indefinite visit with rela-
tives.
The Congregation B'nai Israel,
1030 Arlington ave.Services on
Friday night at 8 o'clock The ser.
mon by Rabbi Morris Baumel, topic
'Israelite Laws." Saturday morn-
ing services at 9, sermon on
DINNER
at ike Ala mac
a service and cuisine
of excellence. Dietary
la tos... Your Hosts
MSUMIIONt
S-NS9
m%4^
Jacksonville News
The regular meeting of tin
Rothschild Young Jude-an Club was
--------- held in the Jacksonville Jewish Cen-
The February meeting of the ter Monday evening with Julius
Temple Sisterhood was held Tues- gjoati president, presiding,
day afternoon in the Temple Home, Young Judean Sabbath will be
with the vice-president, Mrs. I. L. observed February 5. Services will
Kaplan, in the chair in the ab-; be held in the Jacksonville Jewish
senee of the president. Center and all Judean clubs in the
The program chairman arranged ,.ity wjj| participate.
Miss
rexas,
uncle. Mr. an
Rose> Gershon of Dallas,
:s visiting her aunt anel
oetv
Mrs. L. Peretzman.
a very interesting program. Among
those taking part were Mrs. L. H.
Grunthal, president of the Tri-
Stale Federation of Temple Sister.
hoods, who has just attended the
national convention at New Or-
leans, and discussed the highlights
of the convention.
Mr-. B. Newman, the former
SyWia Dubin, is visiting her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Dubin.
The Merryfellows Club is spon-
sor for a flood relief dance under
the auspices of the Tampa Red
Cross chapter, to be held at the
' 141 hi: '8 a thrill ou didn't
eipect to rind In Miami.. .
an Indian Vlllaie ... SO reara old fall of
amaiinr cnrloa and hand-work of the Indians.
Ton mutt alto aee ttie bean, wildcat!, water
monteya tbeia Semlnolea hava captured .
and thalr huca eolleetlon of alllcatora and
eroeodllea. Hundred* of rare tropical plant!.
Alligator
Wrestling
Hourly
Thru the Daj
25c ADM.
Includes
Every thins *
February 14th is the day set | main ballroom of the Tampa Ter-
asiele for the picnic in which all
Judean clubs will participate. In
all probability, the picnic will be
held at Fort Clinch.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Robin an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Also taking ^art in the program I Leah Miriam, on Monday, January
ace hotel on Monday, February
8th, beginning at 7 p. m. Music
will he furnished by Homer Mer-
cer's Royal Ploridians. Admission
will be one dollar per couple.
was Miss Beatrice Reiser, who
gave a reading of pertinent cur-
rent events.
The regular meeting of the Her-
zeliah Young Judean Club was
held Sunday intne home of Miss
Bernice Carlton on Haldumar ter.
After the business session the
hostess, assisted by her mother,
Mrs. I. Carlton, served delicious
refreshments.
Any Jewish girl of the ages of
11 or 12, who is eligible may join
the club. The next meeting will
be held in the home of Miriam
I'dui in Springfield.
18th, in St. Vincent's Hospital.
Tampa Notes
The Purini dance to be given by
the Ladies' Auxiliary of Congre-
gation Rodoph Sholom will be held
Y. M. H. A. NOTES
Both young and old should at-
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Page Six
THK JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, February 5, 1987
BULLETIN
TEMPLE iSRAEL
Of Miami
137 N !:. lmii si
Uftti-i' Phoi p i 7745
U'Ol !!.
KAI'LA.N
BBI oii.MAX A. /.W i i MAN
\ I 31st St.
>i Rabbis will be at the ft everj morn-
a
CONGREGATIONAL
This Friday evening al the reg-
o i.i ji Birth laj a celebra ed wi e
cases this year. Over 1,600 were
care of by the bureau, and
since the loss of th Community
they look to this
Stars" to lake ca e o1
d of the budget.
( to \ lun-
. rvicea for the big night is
Palm Island Club, with their
entire revue, headed by Cross ana
i and Dunn havi
i on all I 'Nighl of Stars"
Miami Bince its incep-
tion. In addition, Bill Dwyer will
: his production numbers
,,11 Palm Island lovelies,
[ke Levy, of Ira's Supper Club, is
Bonding Georges Metaxa, famous
and picl ure Btar, and the re.
etaw, Stanley Bui- "owned dance team l Ramon and
Edwin Chentoff. *nita- Jack Dw** ""M*
A committee consisting of stu- Terrj Uwler, and Beck, Milton
and
services al 8:16 o'clock, Rabbi denl from the confirmation and and Beck, and Sam Barken at the
Zwitman will speak on the subject, post-confirmation classes has been F>ve O'clock Club is lending the
rion and Science a Non-Ex- chosen to discuss and report the yearly "Night of Stars" master oi
possibility of holding several social ceremonies, M. B. B., from the old
also conduct functions in honor of the confirm- ,'"'v'' O'Clock '
isting Problem."
Rabbi Zwitman wi
the services, at the conclusion of
which a reception tendered by the
Sisterhood to members and vis-
ants during the ensuing term. Ed Sullivan. n, of the members
Report cards on the past term'.- of the entertainment-committee, in
work have been sent home through ;' personal appearance, will offer
itora of the congregation will be the children last Sunday, and we his "Highlights of Broadway,
held in Kaplan Hall. urge the parents to take sufficient Tickets are on sale at the Reich.
Dr. Kaplan will give his report interest in them and to return enbach real estate office in the
on the convention of the Union of them with their signatures within Clinton Hotel, at 827 Washington
American Hebrew Congregations, the next week. ;iw'- and at ""' Olympia Theatre,
which was held in New Orleans, at from l^ to 6 i>. m.
the Beth Israel Temple in Wesl A teachers' meeting and a meet- .
Palm Beach, th a Friday evening. "tr"1 ""' schol board Wl11 ll<' he,d The rummage store operated by
eduled to apeak from our "ext Wednesday evening, February |^ choged Shel Emeth Sisterhood
temple pulpit within the next few '"''" :" 8 "V1"'> has been discontinued,
weeks are two outstanding figures
in Jewish life. Frau Yettke Stein.
who i- visiting America lor a short
pei ioii on behalf of Youth Aliyah,
GENERAL
Rabbi Zwitman has been invited
Will make her only public address to open the U. P. A. drive and to
in Miami at the temple on Kebru- be the speaker at a mass meeting
ary 19th. The other visitor in ourjin Tampa on Monday, February
pulpit will be Dr. Nissan Touroff, 8th. He will also apeak at St.
eminent educator and psychologist, Petersburg on behalf of the r. !'.
who was the head of the depart- A. and J. I>. C. drive,
ment of education in Palestine and
Dr. Kaplan was the guest speak- hers and officers of the congrcga-
also organized of the Hebrew- ur- **""' w" *"" UB" "*" I""
Teachers College in Boston. Dr. al the vesper services ol the tion.
Tanuami Temple last Sunday aft-
ernoon. His topic was "The Mes-
Touroff was the dean of the Jew-
ish Institute of Religion, of which
o ... r, sage of the Prophets for the So-
Rabbi Zwitman is a graduate, and, ,' ._,,,, ,..
cial Life of Today. r ollowing the
* e
The Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Miami, ground floor
Of the Congress building, at the |
I vesper services,
louroff on the subject ot Nation-1
and A
tempi
a forum on the ;innual meeting of shareholders
alism, Normal and Abnormal" will subject of Race Relations was led all(, doctors on January 20th. re-
be given at the temple on March 5. bv Dr' Kaplan in the vestry r.....ni ,.,.,, a the officers for the com-
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
of the parsonage.
The Monday evening classes in
Judaism will be discontinued dur-
ing year.
The association has paid 4'. on
all of its share accounts, which has
The services
school assembly 1
ing were conducted by Dorothy Ann in April.
Society
[0E301
' ., ., ,.............,,| Sheen the amount they have paid
in our Religious ing the months of Februar, and orgamMtion. 0ver $20,000
as, Sunday morn- *"*,_ and "' re8umed "'"'> in s(,m,:ninual dlvidends was dis-
'"________________________tributed on December 81, 1986.
Mr. l.ipton reported that over
advance of the show, as in the past ilfiQQm accounts an(|
two years. $1,000,000 in loans have been
Manv organizations active this Mi__,i
, r r paced on properties in the Miami
.,-1 week with the Hood rehel are '
I. Abe Hallow of the Jo8(
K. Widener organization, pur-
cha i (I 8500 worth of tickets at the
opening of the ticket drive for the
third annual "Night of stars" ben-
efit for the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau, to be held at the Olympia
Theatre February 16th. A brisk
sale-e* tickets by the members of
the committee is reported, and it '
is expected that the olympia the-
atre will bo sold out many days in
[""' "'"K W"n ; ..... '..,', f area during 1986. A large numbe,
:' ma\e he. N ^ "/''of ,-bese loans were placed on,.ev
Stars the greatest since ,ts be- ucti aM(1 u. F,,lerals
?1,K Stanley C My .rs ,, e ^ ^ ^
ident of the Jewish Welfari B
reau, stressed the needs locally,
with a greater increase iii charity
MIAMI UFACH
tion in the building and rcfinanc
ing of homes, thus creating pay
rolls for the building industry an
V Serving &
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American-Jewish
Dinner"
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"You may as well have the best"
DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED
Special Friday Night Dinner Served
in the Main Dining Room
GREYHOUND LINES
Ph.5-1812
FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION
1 ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM
GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH
515 Washington Avenue
Increasing business activity in the
community.
The Federal Savings and Loan
ation Of Miami has today
ample funds available for construc-
tion and refinam ing of new homes
(.ii easy monthly long term
;, ;. low rai ol Inti i
The officers elected for the ci m.
ing year were: Josejiil M. I
lent; Leo H ':
I,lent: Rufus H. Daniel, vice esi
H iry E. Wolff, secretarj ;
Clarence Fcuer, assistant secretary,
and Charles Beatty, treasurer.
Mr. l.ipton wants to take i Iii
opportunity of thanking all whi
have helped in the upbuilding of
this institution and earnestly so-
licits their co-operation.
*
Miss Rae Shunian of Dover, N.
II.. is visiting her aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Bloomfiold of
Miami Beach.
Plans for the gala annual ball
sponsored by Beth Jacob Congre
gation, Miami Beach, to be hell
on Sunday evening. February 28th.
at the Flnridian Hotel, are being
completed. Full details will ap-
pear in our next issue.
?
Mrs. Michael Winokur of Phila-
delphia, the former Thelnia Ruth
nt. is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Spoonl of Miami
Beach.
Mrs. s. P. Cohen Max
i; ild tertaim d M -. M. Bo-
litzer at a bridge an n at
h urn of Mrs. I week,
quests wi i M lames
. B, Frank, S. Saal, J. Miller. S.
Blank, S. Miller, S. Hollander, M.
Dubler, S. Kazan, 11. Barack, M.
n, B. Segal, M. Levy, J.
.nan. E. M. Reisman, Ed R
man, William McDonald. B. Cohen,
M. Stearman, M. Naida, M. Schaaf
and David I. Rosenbloom.

.Mrs. Louis Russack of White
Plains. \. v.. Herman Russack and
Davis Russack "f New York, rela-
tives of Cantor and Mrs. Mauri(e
Mamches, are visiting at Miami
Beach.
Beth David Junior Congregation
will officially accept the Safer To-
rah presented to them by Mr. ana
Mrs. Harry Simons recently with
appropriate traditional ceremonie",
on Sunday evening, February 14th.
Full details will appear next week.
o The Ladies' Auxiliary of th<
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will lender a reception to Rabbi
and Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner on
Sunday evening, February 21 si, at
the synagogue. In charge of ar-
rangements is a committee headed
by Mrs. L. Kotkin. Officers of the
auxiliary will be assisted by mem-
FOR YOUR OWN SAKE
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lay, February 5, 1937
THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN
Cared For From Birth to Maturity
DAILY, thousands of Jewish chil-
dren come to maturity In cen-
; ,i and east European countries
who have been cared for either in
or in part during most of
. n lives by the American Jewish
joint Distribution Committee, or-
ganized in 1914 by all elements of
American Jewry to aid Jewish war
-ifferers abroad.
The Joint Distribution Committee
. maged in a great reconstructive
isk in 1918 when it established In-
lona to care for the thousands
oi Jewish children who had been
orphaned by the War.
Today programs ot child care,
augmented by medical care and
: ide training are carried out by
. ical committees in Poland, Ru-
mania, Lithuania, Austria, Latvia,
Czecho-Slovakla, and recently in
i ei many, to which the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, supported by
voluntary contributions from Jews
in America, grants substantial
sums.
Thus a child of an Impoverished
Jewish family begins to benefit
from this aid when his mother ap-
plies for pre-natal care at one of
many maternity centers operated
either by TOZ, the medical society
>( Jews in Poland, or OZE, the
uvlical society operating in other
, stern and central European coun-
1 lies.
In infancy he will receive milk,
if necessary, from an infant wel-
fare and milk distribution center.
Korty-one artificial sunlight clinics
help prevent rickets among Jewish
children in Poland, Rumania, Lithu-
ania and Latvia.
As a result of such preventive
medical work, the infant mortality
rate among Jews In ihose countries
have been decreased to 5-6 per cent
per 100, a level achieved only in
ihe most advanced cities of western
Europe.
When the child reaches school
a^e he usually finds it necessary
to attend a special Jewish main-
lined school. In Poland, alone,
more than 1400 such schools, aided
in part by the Joint Distribution
Committee, care for approximately
180,000 children.
While in school many of these
children must be provided with hot
noonday meals. Daily 25.000 such
Jews Named by
King George
Ton Jews Cited in King George's
Honor List
London (WNS)Ten Jews were
included in the first list of the New
Year's honors distributed by King
George VI to his .subjects in Eng-
land and the British dominions and
colonies. Heading the list of Jews
, honored was Sir Arthur Michael
Samuel, former lord mayor of Nor-
wich and at one time undersecre-
tary to various cabinet ministers, '.
who is one of three new barons.
The new Lord Samuel is a distin-
guished author and scholar. Others
honored were -Miss Lily Montague,
secretary of the World Union for
Progressive Judaism, who was
made a member of the Order of
the British Empire; Lionell D. Bar-
! nett, former keeper of the depart-
ment of Oriental books and manu-
scripts at the British Museum, who
was made a commander of the Or-
der of the British Empire; Sir El-
iot A. Depass of London and M.
Van Hen Bergh of Australia, who
received similar honor-.
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Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
New Year honors distributed by
King George VI included the fol-
lowing Palestinians: Shahhatai
Levy, vice-mayor of Haifa; Jacob
Cohen, a police superintendent, and
Alex Epstein, a district officer, all
of whom were made members of
the Order of the British Empire.
Supernumerary Eliezer Sklartz and
Chauffeur Isaac Rabinowits were
awarded medals for meritorious
service because of their bravery
during the 1930 disturbances.
Kraemer's
Strictly Kosher
DINING ROOM
Collins Ave. at 4th St.
MIAMI BEACH
Efficient Fond
Efficient Service
Pleasant Surroundings
Under same maneswnent Krsemer
Olympta Strictly Keaher BOM and
Mineral Bathi > Mt. Clamana, Mich.
meals are given to poor children
in Poland alone.
In Poland and other lands chil-
dren in these schools are under
the permanent hygienic and sani-
tary supervision of these medical
societies. This includes periodic
physical examinations and prophy-
lactic treatments in dental clinics.
Those who show signs of tuber-
culosis, malnutrition or other sym-
toms, are sent to Joint Distribution
Committee maintained summer col-
onies for from two-week to month
ly periods to Improve their health.
When their elementary education
is finished, many of these children
are aided In learning trades. In
vocational schools operated by
groups subventloned by the Joint
Distribution Committee, thousands
of young Jewish men and women
each year learn to become farm-
ers, carpenters, mechanics, cloth
cutters, tailors, seamstresses, cob-
blers and machinists.
At the free loan societies financed
and operated by the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, many of these
newly trained workers apply foi
small loans to pay for their lie. ns
lees so that they can begin to earn
their living, or to sustain then
families while they are unemployed.
Jewish businessmen, tanners and
artisans borrow larger sums from
cooperative loan societies to buy
merchandise, seed, raw materials, o:
pay their taxes and to secure othei
help or credits that regular banking
Institutions cannot grant them.
The never-ending cycle of aiding
Jews in their struggle to help them
selves is Illustrated above. (1) A
chihl being examined by a TO/
physician in a clinic in Warsaw;
(2) A lesson In Geography in a
J.D.C. maintained school; (3)
Learning the intricacies of a lath
In a trade school subventloned ii
the J.D.C; and (41 Apnlvn i
loan at a free <......'
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THE JEWISH PLOKIU1AN
Friday, February 5, 1881
YOUR CHANCE TO WIN
$100
Win a Fortune in Old Gold's Contest of Skill!
CONTEST JUST STARTING
Enter TODAY!
THE
PRIZES
1st Prize $100,000.00
2nd Prize *30,000.00
3rd Prize s10,000.00
4th Prize $10,000.00
5th Prize *5,000.00
6th Prize *5,000.00
7th Prize $?,500.00
8th Prize s2,500.00
2 Prizes $1,500.00 each $3,000.00
2 Prizes $1,000.00 each $2,000.00
10 Prizes S500.00 each $5,000.00
28 Prizes $250.00 each $7,000.00
50 Prizes $100.00 each $5,000.00
100 Prizes $50.00 each $5,000.00
800 Prizes $10.00 each $8,000.00
TOTAL
1000PRIZES '200,000.00
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.t Old < -ll wnppwn or .* facsimiles, in uc- I
cordancs vrltb the Official Rules, I
Neatness Does Not Count
in This Contest
This is a contest of skill with real puzzles,
puzzles capable of one anil only one perfectly
correct solution. You do not depend upon
luck or guesswork or neatness in this contest.
At the conclusion of the contest, and with
the awarding of prizes, every entrant will be
mailed the complete list of correct solutions,
and the names and addresses of all winners,
with the number of correct solutions Booted
by each winner, and a complete explanation
and key to the solution of every puzzle.
An individual Die will be established for
every entrant in this contest, and every
solution submitted will be checked and re-
checked. At the conclusion of the contest
any entrant may examine his or her file and
check same against the file of any winner.
NEATNESS DOES NOT COUNT in this
contest! There are no tricks! No catches!
Just read the rules and solve the puzzles
and submit your solutions i:i accordance
with the rules.
NOTICE TO RETAIL STORES
II vou run short "f Pl'ZZI B PICTURES AM) EN-
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" will trj to keep you : upolled, n is al-
most ImposslMv to antli i i e the asacl uoanrlty
of puzzle* thai the customers of each retail store
ma) request.
P. LORILLARD COMPANY, INC
ENTER this contest today!
Here's the contest you have been waiting for the con-
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YOU DON'T NEED LUCK. Here's the contest where your
skill and your ingenuity can bring you $100,000.00 in
CASH. The contest is just starting. Enter right away.
1,000 cash PRIZEStotaling $200,000.00.
In this contest you solve puzzle pictures in accordance
with the rules. Notice the picture at the right. IT'S A SAMPLE
PUZZLE, drawn especially to give you the idea of the contest.
Read the explanation below the picture, and learn how to pro-
en d in solving the OFFICIAL puzzles that can make you rich.
Neatness doe.- not count.
SOLVE PUZZLE PICTURES
Primarily, your job is to solve
puzzle pictures in accordance with
the rules. Bach puzzle represents
a name, and with each puzzle
there is an accompanying list of
names in which you can find the
solution to that puzzle.
The SAMPLE puzzle at the
right gives you a general idea of
the puzzles. Naturally, the sam-
ple puzzle like the first official
puzzle in the contest is easy and
is made purposely so, in order to
assist in giving the contestant a
better mastery and education in
puzzle solution. As the contest
proceeds, the puzzles logically be-
come mure difficult and represent
a delightful challenge to your
ingenuity.
COSTS NOTHING-
PUZZLES ARE FREE!
You can enter this contest today.
You can get the first six of the
puzzles anywhere that cigarettes
are sold. The puzzles are abso-
lutely FREE. There is no cost,
no obligation.
Beginning Monday (Feb. 1),
and continuing each Monday for
15 weeks, Double-MellowOld Gold
will offer six puzzles for solution
each week. Get your first G puz-
zles now. Just go to any of the
thousands of places where Double-
MiUmi- Old Hold cigarettes are
sold and ask for the Official Puz-
zles. They are YOUKS! FREE
FOR THE ASKING.
SEND
IN YOUR SOLUTIONS
EACH WEEK I
The most important thing to re-
member about this contest is:
You send in your solution* inch
ivci It, in series of six solutions.
In other words, you are offered
six puzzles to solve on Monday of
each week. You are requested to
send in your solutions not later
than Midnight of Saturday night
of the same week. Thus, the first
six puzzles which were issued
Monday, Feb. 1, 1937, should
be solved and mailed not later
than Midnight, Saturday night of
this week, February C, 1937.
Follow the sann-procedure each
Week.
. WHY OLD GOLDS OFFER
YOU THIS OPPORTUNITY
Through this contest, we hope to
gain new smokers for Double-
Mellow Old Golds. We believe
they'll get a thrill from this de-
lightfully different cigarette. Rich
in its prize crop tobaccos! And
ALWAYS factory-fresh! Thanks
to those two jackets, double Cello-
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package.
But you don't need to make a
purchase in order to compete. The
rules give you a choice of sending
the regular Old Gold yellow pack-
age wrappers with each week's
puzzle solutions, or reasonably
accurate, hand-drawn facsimiles
of these wrappers. The choice is
up to you!
Or you can get the 3 Old Gold
wrappers you require each wevk
by persuading your friends or
relatives to try this prize crop
tobacco cigarette. Feel free to do
this, because we will pay anyone
twice what he paid for a package
of Double-Mellow Old Golds if,
after smoking ten of the ciga-
rettes, he does not agree that it's
the finest "smoke" he ever tasted!
This "Double-Money-Back"
Offer holds good to the end of
the contest.
WIN $100,000.00
START RIGHT NOW!
Decide right now to start in this
contest of skill. Make up your
mind to get the first six puzzles.
They're free. Ask for them any-
where that cigarettes are sold.
Solve the puzzles, and mail your
solutions, together with 3
Old Gold y< Mow wrappers, or fac-
similes, by Midnight of Saturday
night of this week, February 6,
19:17. Get your puzzles a"nd com-
plete rules and entry form today.
YOU CAN WIN $100,000.00
IN A CONTEST OF SKILL
Read Explanation Below
Get the Puzzles and Rules FREE! NOW!
Anywhere Cigarettes are Sold
Notice this sample puzzle. It represents a name. Can
you find the name in the following list?
William Tell
Alexander the Great
James J. Gorbctt
Trip correct solution is RU-
DOLPH VALENTINO. And this
is how the puzzle is solved:
Nolice the word "BUB." Also,
the DOLL. Also the snarling
sound of "KFFFF"froin the dog.
Put them all together and you
have RUE-DOLL-FFF, which
when pronounced sounds like
RUDOLPH.
The man is handing the lady
n VALENTINE. She is saying
"OH." Add them together and
Texas (iuitian
Rudolph Valentino
Kdwin Booth
you have YAI.ENTINE-OH, or
VALENTINO.
Through the dues in this puz-
zle you form the name of RU-
DOLPH \ ALENTINO, the only
perfectly correct solution to
the pucxle.
You will not find this contest
May, particularly after the puz-
zles begin to get harder, but if
you really and t ruly enjoy a con-
test of SKILL. HERE IT ia See
your dealer today and get the '
first' week's puzzles and rules.
This emit*, in its entirety, copyrighted, fUf, l, P. Lnrillanl Co., Inc.
Get the Official Old Gold puzzle pictures FREE
together with full rules and details .
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IF YOUR DEALER'S
SUPPLY IS EXHAUSTED
MAIL THIS COUPON
OLD gold CONTEST Dote.
l. O. liox a, Variek St. Station, Now York, N\ Y. Please mail to ma the lirst c, ottirial (Serial 1) Puzzles in the Double-Mellow Old Gold Contest. Supplies are exhausted at stores visited l>y me. I enclose stamp tor postage. S'ntnr
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