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The Jewish Floridian ( February 12, 1937 )

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ee wJewisti ncndHam w COMBINING Tltl JlBWUSlh lUtntUt)^ \, I. 10—No. MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FF.RKl ARY 12, 11137 Price Five Cents United Jewish Campaign P^ins i eaders and workers in the i Miami Jewish CampaiRn 850,000 will attend a rally to held at the An-Nell Hotel on Sunday niirht, February 14th. at o'clock. The rally will officially usher in 1937 campaign for the Joint •ion Committee and the i :\ • ,l Palestine Appeal, included in this campaign. A program in keeping with the importance of the occasion has in pared for this rally. The ampaign committee is fortunate to announce that Mis. I. M. WeinBtein, well known leader of Miami .1, wish women and speaker of iminence, will speak on the pies. ent conditions among the Jewish eopleabroad. Mr. Lee Lehman of Pittsburgh, prominent American Jewish leader, will also address the workers at this time. A feature of the program will be the showing of the film, "Salvaging Human Lives." which Illustrates the plight' of the Jewish people in several F.uropean countries. Workers, at this i me will XM> eivc their assignment of prospect cards as w. II as instructions on their specific duties in the camI aign. The various divisions in the campaign which have held preliminary meetings will give an a cc int.of themselves at Sunday .; !ly, whe i hi y v. ill epo >. • : mil s obtaii I to da • i M %  •; ctive co-\v rke: s. Tl %  %  • sections ol the won n's i ivision have been organiz I. hi a Il.v Mrs. Marvin Bronner, for M ami Beach, and Mrs. Daniel Croii... assisted by Mrs. D. L. Mann and Mrs. Lia Optner, for Miami. M i mi B( a h will form i ne si ction, while Northeast Miami and Si uthwest Miami form the other two sections of the women's division. Among the many women who have volunteered to assist in this campaign to dale are the following: Mrs. Morris Alpert, Mrs. Harry Bamhard, Mrs. Gertrude S. Berlin, Mrs. Sam Blank, Mrs. Gremin, .*lis. Benjamin E. Bronston, Mrs. Augusta Cohen, Mrs. A. Czech, Mrs. Max Dobrin, MisEthel Dickstein. Mrs. Rebeci a Pels, Mrs. '>' % %  Fetterson, Mrs. Harry deist. Mrs. All x Goldstein, Mrs. .1. M. Goo Ikowsky, Mrs. M. Gussman, Mrs. li. Hi hi usi r. Mrs. Sarah Harris. Mrs. M. Jaci bs, Mis. M. D. Kirsch, Mrs. iger, l i i. Jacob II. Kaplan. Mrs. Norman Liebling, Mrs. Many I i] ton, Ml S. I 1 irry Marcus. Mrs. .'. M. LeJi r, Mrs. E. Roth. Mrs. Morris S. Rubin, Mrs. Shiro, Mrs. Ji i Su raiman, Mrs. S. R. Be gal, Mrs. Hugo Shonberg. Mrs. Leonard WLn, Mrs. Sidney A. Wien, Mrs. Joseph Williamson, Mrs. Sidney Weinlvaub, Mrs. J.> Peph Wien, Miss Gladys Max, Miss Bessie Besvenlck, Miss Boots Wolf. Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz. Mrs. F.lena Brown, Mrs. Jack Bernstein, Mrs. Sidney Beskind, Mrs. Frank Coret, FLORIDIAN OFFERS WORK TO EVERYONE Bureau Sponsors "Night of Stars Novel Subscription Drive to Distribute Hundreds of Dol'ars In one of the mosl ambitious programs ever undertaken, The Jewish Kloridian this week announces a big subscription drive destined to add thousands of names to its large number of readers. A First Grand Prize of $600.00 is offered to the person securing the largest number of votes by the closing date, while to the person securing the second largest number of votes a Second Grand Prize of $200.00 will be paid. Any lodge, club or charitable organization may enrich its colters by $100.00 aiso by simply entering a candidate in the race. Not satisfied'with the above generous awards the Floridian has made it possible for every person to earn weekly pay checks as large as they want to make them, for a straight 20'; commission is being paid all workers, and in addition generous Lonus checks will be given persons finishing in third, fourth, fifth and sixth places. This is positively not a beauty contest or a contest where you nave to be lucky to win. The whole drive is based on voles and the schedule for the entire drive is given on a two-page announcement m this issue Keaa every word and then rush your entry to Campaign Headquarters at Ll S. W Second ave. or simply phone 2-1141 and a representative will call. It is th" sincere aim of this newspaper to conduct this campaign m a fair, clean and honest manner, so that all may be pleased, but since a! wisdom is not vested in one individual or institution, an Advisory Board will decide on all matters of question and will award the prizes. Regardless of whether or not you can spend all your time in this pleasant" work, enter today, in many irstiru-es -rare time workers do tar hater because thev have learneo to ut lize .'i ir t me to the best advantage. Organizitions should ent: I \.o.k rl CJ; the vo.es they accumulate will go toward the $100.00 (legalization Prize. A so, and th:s is v,;r> casv to the person who nominates the Grand Prize winner the campaign department will pay a special prize of $15.00, wh:le the person whe.nominates the winner of the Second Grand Prize will receive $10.00. lie contesl is open to all, no matter where you may reside, and ren.eni.er>... ke one'dollarout of every five you collect! Rush your entry toda> b phone. letter or in paison to 21 S. W. Second ave. Your only mistake A ill i e in elaying your entry. M The annual "Night of Stars." sponsored by the Jewish Welfare Bureau for the third year, will bring to the stage of the Olympia Theatre next Monday night, February 15th, for the midnight -how. one of the greatest aggregations of night club entertainers and stars of the radio, screen and stage eve* brought together on one stage in Mrs. Gordon Davis, Mrs. 1.. Fay. Mrs. Edward Friedman. Mrs. I. II. Hi ma, Mrs. Frances Lerkoff, Mrs. Ilyman Levy, Mrs. Benjamin Le\ in,.. Miss Evelyn Marks. Mis. II. Magid, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Il!lllllllll!iillllllil||||ll!t!lll!lllllllllll Is It Necessary? Is it really nccessarj that Jews I. Magid Mrs. Stanley ( .Myers. ^ ^ ^ (< ^ Mrs. Nathan Markowita, Mrs. Louis themaelvea? German Jewess To Speak Here Hadassah will hold one of its mostinteresting meetings of the t: R. ADLER ..a. history. \ c mi| arison of the ., ..,-. of i ntertainers who have ac, invi ations to attend shows thai even New York City can sel•in match such a galaxy at one lime. he demand.ontining Made on the bureau for relief and numerous pleas lor asince, loans, etc., it is absolutelynecessary that sufficient funds he ;;. e,l du: inir the year if the Jewish needj are not re be forgotten. Mere than one-third of the ne< sary funds has been raised in the vear next Tuesday afternoon, Feb-| J ... • past year through this night of lUBry 16th, at lemple Israel, when Nathan. Mrs. Ralph Neufeld. Mrs. ^ ,,,„ Nadler, Mrs. Jules Pearlman, ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ye al „ ays p rau Vcttka Levy-Stem of_B_erhn. £a an. I it is hoped that even this .-v. wauier, *.. — -""-"' ish pe opto thai we have always Man I.KH ...> %  • % %  % %  ( ijs Mrs. Max Pepper, Mrs. Mart. ouf ^^ Germany, will be the guest speaker ^ Raff, Mrs. L. Rlfas, Mrs. Albert | d I hoas, in F.au Levy Stein to considered ^^ „,,, ppear: ,-,.,, Rosenthal Mrs. Sam Resnick Mrs. £ on 0 f the most brilHan woman \ £ ..J ,„_. Harry Rubin Mrs. Sam Rubin. ^ js ,„.. B1 at0 8 ,„ da y, and comes to Mi^ ^.^ M.. Mmn-io I'u bn Mm A. Se ..... ,• .,.„; .ii,-..,-tv fi-.mi ( ormanv. She 1 0 1 ""1 ... inn made to make the "Nighl <>l Stars" Monday nexl a real success. As (he Sky, Mrs. Herman Wall. Mrs. Leon^ |le ,. ossar) ( ; r ,. aU r %  rd '• %  '""• M Bert Eames, Mrs. M|am| |( HS mUmia „ weH M Ada Wertheimor, Mrs. Norm:. ffrd 1( neglectIAinca. B ne w. "' %  ''-' Marcus. Mrs. Lil Chtotog. Mrs. ^ ^ „, th( r fl „„„ ar and saw at i first hand the Reggie Goldstein, Mrs. Alice Apte, process of rehabilitation of MrMrs. Sylvia Miller, Mrs. Martha m !" ^ m ^ a ,„,. 0 ymp „ man Jewish children. She has Spiegelman and Miss Adele Segall. ; M(m(|a ni g ht | studied at the I niveisity Ol l.erThiMiami Beach section of the lin, where she specialized in psv ,1 Benny Fields. Gomez and Winona, am directly lrom Germany, sin %  nun ""'". Georaes Metaxa, Ramon and Reis here in this country on a -peak / ., ..... ,.f Vnnih nita. h.uiu e llealeyand Nick Long, ina lour in the interests ol \out.i h> Aliyah, the transferring of Gerthe leading German women promoting the project. Frail LevyStein has during the past three years visited a number of countries, including Denmark, Sweden. Jr., Terry Lawler, Mare Plant, Bob Ripa, Jean Sargent, Gali-Gali, B. B. B., Howard Brook-, the La \a re Bi -.. Gofi and Kerr, Gwynne an I C mpany, Bi ck, MelL( n and B ; -. Murray an I Alan. Roberta Sherwood, Don Lanning, tiles, IIICIUUIIIX I %  eiim.ii n, ^...— %  -, ...I.... Holland, Hungary, Canada and S. "Bunny HaUow Adnenne A.ndi. Africa. She was in Palestine last The Miami Beach section of the business nun's division, headed by Sol Goldstrom, includes a number active workers in Miami Beach. Among those who -ire assisting Mr. 3oldstrom are the following: Stan,v Hodes, Harry Zuckernick. Dave Emmer, Milton Weiss, Melvin Richard, Moe Fenster, Carl Gardner, Herman Barnett and Sol Horse it z. The business men's division of miiiiHHiiii iiHiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiimiiin Miami is now being organised under the leadership of Mark Max. The hotel division is headed by Joseph N. Morris and Harry Sirkin. The apartments division is headed by Harry Simonhoff, Archibald sent to Palestine and placed ... the Slatoff. Lee Kisenstein and Morris corner stone of the new Hebrew (Continued on Page '.) lin, where she specialized in psychology. He. ability to jrive graph ic .a.-ts interestingly and movingly, ;1 ded by B vivid personality and fine voice, make Frau Levy-Stein B speaker of exceptional merit. At the meeting nextTuesday a Hadassah scroll will IKsinned by all paid meiuebers. this scroll to be an d many others. Mr. Sullivan is gathering a complete list of performerjust as fast as he can gel around to the various clubs. He itated that every star in the Metropolitan Miami area will appear next Mi.inlay. Tickets may be purchased al the Reichenback real estate office, 821 Washington ave., Miami Beach, and at the Olympia Theatre box office. All proceeds from .he affair will be distributed between the Jewish Welfare Bureau of Greatr Miami and the Theatre Author.ty, Inc., which controls eleven charities for the theatre.



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Page Two THE JBWI8H PLORIDIAN Friday, February 12, 1937 Preparations for one of the most interesting events locally have been made for Sunday evening, February 14th, nt Beth David Synagogue, beginning at 8 o'cloak, when a Safer Torah, presented by Mr. and Mra. Harry Simons, will be officially accepted by the Junior Congregation, Stanley C. Myers, pasl president of the synagogue, will preside. Mr. Harry Simons will make the presentation address and the Safer Torah will be formally arc-pled by Peritz Scheinberg, pr< sident of the Junior Congregation. Greetings will be extended by Rabbis Jacob H. Kaplan. Abraham Kellner and Colman Zwitman on behalf of the local synagogues. Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak on behalf of Beth David. Cantor Louis Dayman will sing vocal selections, accompanied al the piano by Miss Marion Freed. Following the ceremonies, all will go to the Talmud Torah Hall, where the off cers of the Junior Congregation will be installed. A social hour will follow and refreshments will be served. The public is invited to attend. + • An important meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the Synagogue Tuesday evening, February 16th, beginning at 8 o'clock. Progress of the annual dance and ball to be held on March "th at the Floridian hall will be reported. All members and friends are urged to attend. • a • The National Council of Jewish Juniors will hold a Valentine day dance at the Alcazar Hotel Sunday, February l 1th, beginning at :' o'clock. A gala program of entertainment will be presented. The public is urged to attend. The public i'old ally invited to be present at the musicale and bridge which Junior Hadassah is holding on Wednesday evening, March 3rd, at the Alamac Hotel, Collins ave. at Thirteenth Miami Beach, at 8 o'clock, Othe card games than bridge will be available for guests. hi,< Iromer is acting as %  •.airman [or the musicale and will pri sent a number of o on her program. Mi-.Ethel Wax iheadi committee in chai.. i t at mi nt foi coi ds. Prize will be offered for winners. Tickets arc 75 cents an.i may be obtained from Miss Wax or any member of her committee, who arc Miss Hen Newell. Miss Irene Goldberger, Mi.-Ids Engler, Miss Eddie Adler, MisTerry Satlow ami .Mrs. Evelyn Gordon. Reservations if desired may be made with Miss Wax, 3-6151. The quotas of the Miami unit of Junior Hadassah have been raised this year by the national adminwill meet with Howard Schwartz officiating as junior rabbi. The public is invited. During ti.e winter months an orthodox minyan will be conducted at the home of Mrs. Anna Mankas, 3409 X. W. Twelfth ave., to acistration, and the musicale and, At the Miami Jewish Orthodox and many cities in Poland. In this ijcommodate those tourists who are bridge is one of a series of events Congregation, 1546 S. W. Third st.. country they have been acclaimed Sabbath observers and cannot walk which Junior Hadassah is having Morris and Bernard Epstein, 28by audiences in Chicago. Montreal to any local synagogues. to meet these additional sums. "Spinoza's Conception of God" year-old twin cantors of New and Canada. They are under the York, will chant the services Frimanagement of Mr. S. Kauffman day, Feb. 12th, at 6 o'clock at the of New York, who brought the well early service... Friday evening at'known Cantor Menashele to Miami last year. Tickets may be obprior to was the topic of Dr. WolfsonslecBs80oWocfc .,, the i Bte „,,,,,, a „.| ture before the Spinoza Group last s ., lm ( ,. iv m or„ing services begin-'tained at the synagogue Saturday. Next Saturday at 2 P-I nmg .,, ,, ,,•,] %  %  ,<, Wl ,en tne tradi-1sundown Friday evening. coup will meet again at lio|ia| | iturgical S( .,. vicc wil] bt ob m. thi L06SI Collins ave., corner of Eleventh st., Miami Beach, to hear the opera "Manon." At 8:30 Dr. Abraham Wolf-on will -peak on "The Hun.an Mind and Its Relation to the Body." General discussion fol lows the lei fire. Mr. Leo Rottenberg of Prov dence, R. L, and Mr. William Shapiro of Jacksonville. Fla.. are the house guests Of Mr. William Shapiro and Mrs. Morris Pepper. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will preach on "Mother Zion" at the late Friday evening services tonight at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation at 8:80 o clock. The celebrated twin cantors. Morris and Bernared Epstein, will chant the early Friday evening service.at 6 o'clock and sing several selections at the late services. Saturday morning services begin at D o'clock. f|AII those who could not gain adHi and 21 are urged to communi-1 mission Wednesday and those holdCate with members of the lodge for the A. '/.. A. chapter, so they may Beth David Sisterhood will hold its twenty-first annual I'urim bal on Thursday evening, February 26th, at the Mahl Shrine Temple, 1160 Biscayne blvd., beginning at B:30 o'clock, when a gala evening of entertainment will be provided. Mrs. Dairy Oliphant is gem chairman and is being assisted Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz, ticket chairman; Mrs. Isidor Cohen, bazaa chairman. and Mrs. M e y e Schwartz, journal chairman. The proceeds of this annual event will be used for the Talmud Torah work of the congregation. With an attendance of more than 1,300 at the fashion show sponsored Wednesday afternoon by th" Senior Council of Jewish Women at the Palm Island Club, the event was marked by the unusual excellency of the show and the splendid response of the guests. As a result the show will be repeated next Wednesday. February 17th, at the be enrolled ae barter members. At the late Friday evening -civic.'tonight at Beth David Synague Rabbi Max Shapiro will reputation foi then interpretation preach on "The Greatest Romance of theliturgy in duet form, both ,,, History." based on Pranz Wertogether throughout the civic i'. They have recentl) returned from a tour of Europe, durvhich they officiated at syning unused tickets are urged to all* nd this coming Wednesday to see the splendid show and entertainment. %  A special meeting of the fashion show committee of the Council of Jewish Women will be held Friday, February 12th, tit 10:30 a. m. at the home of Mrs. Aaron Reder, -peak on Sigmund Freud and psy ., %  %  Paris, London, Wa j -:-. and Mrs. John Ri man will talk on current %  • %  invited to attend. Cantor P. Pinchik, one of the m the I iday, who has n mai kable ovation ir, will be > Beth Jacob Conon, M iami Beach, tomorrow .. evening, Fcbruarj 14th, at o'cloi k. Tonighi omorrow Inwill condu traditi na vices and Sundaj w II be heard in a con cert including folk songs, liturgical numbers and operatic aria-. A nominal admission charge is being made. fed's play. '•The Eternal Road." Cantor Louis Dayman, assisted by 2:17" Prairie ave., Miami Beach. Beth David choir, will chant th" services. Saturday morning tic. usual services begin at 8:30 a. m. At 10:30 the Junior Congregation Ml WD FEDERAL THE VTRE Miami 1 only Legitimate Theatre N. \\. Third SI. .M N. River lire.. I hiWeek and Hon., Tun. and Wed. Satire in I Act! hy ( II. Fernald THK MASK ;,';," FACE I urlain 8 :.!'! ISc—lc FOB SALE fool cabin boat, i-.ylind.r marine molar. in perfect condition, 'nil] equipped anil rend] la go; I1S9. If Inlerealed, phone Hr. \. K.., nil,., at 2-4811 ..r I.J751. TIT] ABta Sun.-.Mon.. Feb. 1 1-15 Pat O'Brien—Ross Alexander Josephine Hutchinaon (iu.v Kibbee—Louise Fazenda I MARRIED A DOCTOR rJnGUST BROS Ry^ kTl Is the BEST.' Hotel Astor Washington at 10th St. MIAMI BEACH 70 rooms, each with bath; radio in every room; steam heated; spacious lobby, enclosed sun parlor, beautiful patio, free solarium. D. ROSNER Owner and Operator NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Miami. Ha.. Jan. 22nd, 1917, Ai rrouire.l bj Section 12. Chapter SS99, of th.Acta of IM7, I. ..r ...,, „f m. dc-pulie. -hall heal the following plare. on the .l.ii..et enpoalta earh f.ir the purpoae """Id be .ubjeet to the ...e.ameV, of thr. offree under the provr.ron. of the Intangible Art of 19.11. Vary reapertfully, J. N. I.I'MMI'S. JR.. Aaaeaaoi of Txe. Ila.l, County. Florida. IS A TREAT MAIN' DINING ROOM DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED s ouveni rs o f F o r d Cne of the most complete collections of Florida souvenirs in all Miami! Included are: Tile plaques with Florida scenes, shell novelties, orange trees*, Florida maps, palm trees* hand-carved Seminole Indians. (Not all sketched.) T i I e Plaque with hand painted Plor ida scene, ."i0c Gil 1 QBPP, si COND FLOOR Bun!ino's Shell novelty wall h 11 n s • hiK with mirror background 1.98



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Page Four THE JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN Friday, February 12, 1937 WEEKLY PAYROLL CAMPAIGN Officially Closes April 6 Time Is Money Hurry! Hurry! Campaign Headquarters Located ;it 2\ S. W. 2nd AVE. Phone 2-11 II THE JEWISH j^unc es~a Big OFFERING A GOLW During a Short Six and I X.OOQoOO itt prizes and cii MEM-WOMEN! This campaign is open to everyone, either full or part timean early lead. Anybody—any place—no waiting. You are p as large as you want to make MONEY You can'1 lose! We pay 20% on all sub cription sales. Don't lil this opportunity Subscription Vote Schedule FIRST PERIOD Feb. 17 to March (i 1 > i-.. $2 2,000 2 Yrs., si 1,500 :: ^ rs.. Sli 10,000 1 Yrs.. $8 20 SECOND PKItlOl) March 7 to March 2(1 1 Vr., 82 1,500 2 ^ rs., l %  : r,,:>im :i > rs., Sfi i •> rs., 88 7,500 3 Vrs., .Sli 15,000 I Vrs., $S THIRD PERIOD March 20 to Close 1 Vr., S2 1,000 %  > Vrs.. SI 2,500 5,000 10,000 %  c l( t 5 Vrs., SKI 50,000 %  ". Vrs., 810 37,500 .". Vrs., $10 25,000 FWeekly Payroll COiOHT PLAN IN BRIEF The ohloct of this big "Weekly Payroll" Drive is two-fold. Primarily, to Increase the already large subscription list of this newspaper; to collect arrearages and advance subscription payments from present or old subscribers, .ind at the same time to afford Hie live wire, energetic men and women, boys and girls, of this territory an opportunity lo profit in a lilt! way through their spare lime during t lie nexl few weeks. So, It Is n plan that works both ways, and to the ultimate good Of all concerned In order to gain this end quickly nnd advantageously, the most attractive awards ever offered by tiny newspaper In this section have been made ready for distribution among those who participate most actively. Ambition and energy are the only requisites for success, Lei it he understood at the very outset that this Is not a "heauty" nor "popularity" contest, hut a strictly legitimate competitive proposition for enterprising men and women, and one into which no element of chance enters. Each active participant will receive a pay check every Saturday night, one feature of this drive is the fact that "Everybody wins.' There will be no losers. HOW TO ENTER-WHAT TO DO The first thing to do is to clip the Entry Coupon appearing below; fill in your name and address nnd mail • >r deliver to iJiinewspaper at once. This coupon entitles you, or the person whom you might wisli to enter In 5,000 '!'•• ( redltS. These credits are given as a starter t" speed you on your way to win. Onlj one such Entry i oupon will be accepted for each participant. The ni scl step is m call or write the "Weekly Payroll" Department for a free working outfit. Tims equipped, you : live bul !•> Bee your friends and acquaintances and have them subscribe to this newspaper through you, That's all there is tn it: However, yon will never gel anywhere unless you make the start— the earlier the better, once stnrte i i one discourage you. Anything worth having Is worth striving for. Six and a half ahorl weeks you may be several hundred dollars richer In purse. HOW CREDITS ARE SECURED it takes credits to win. and thej are secured in the following ways: Flrsl bj (lipping the Free Credit Coupons in each Isst f this -newspaper. There is no llmli to the number of these couponi you mnv %  iifriends to save them for you. They all count Begin gathering them Now while they are good for 100 i %  dits each. After nexl week these coupons will he reduced to 60 credits each. The following week to 10 credits, and after that they will he discontinued entirely. The snly restriction placed "ii these i pens is that iiiej iiiu-i be easl before the expiration date. The other, and much faster way to accumulate credits In this "Weekly Payroll" Drive Is by securing new %  I renewal subscriptions to this newspaper. On each order secured credits are issued, the number varying according to the amounl paid and during which "period" some are received at the "Weekly Payroll" Department of this newspaper. (See schedule of credits below.) EARLY START MEANS EASY FINISH The advantages of an early start are manifest. This "Weekly Payroll" drive Is of such short duration that immediate action Is necessary for success. Orders taken during the early part of the campaign carry the MAXIMUM number of credits. Then, too, the first In the field will undoubtedly get the "cream" of credits and subtlons, while those who put off entering until a later date will have to take what Is left. • Don't lose valuable time "waiting to see what the other feiiow is going to do," but pitch right In and show ihe "other fellow" how to do ltl FIRST I SEC0N1 $100-ORGANIATIONS-$100 Enter Your Candidate A special prize of $100.00 in (ASH will be paid the or; :ii/ation securing the greatest number of votes. Ask for a ballot when you subscribe. I Weekly Payroll" COPTfliGMr Opportunity Coupon Good for 100,000 EXTRA Premium Credits Not Good Attar First Waak of Waakly Payroll" Driva Address This Coupon will count for 100,000 Premium Credits when returned to the "Weekly Payroll" Department, together with the first subscription you obtain—new or renewal. Sign the nomination Wank, get or,e subscriptlor, nnd start In thl.. race with more than 100,000 Credits. NOW IS THB TIME TO STABT. NOTI For free i lion an! call and ask TED SORE Campaign B



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IV Friday, February 12, 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five I FLORIDIAN HEN OPPORTUNITY id One-Half Weeks' Drive Subscri ption WEEKLY PAYROLL CAMPAIGN Officially Opens Feb. 16 Just a Few Short Weeks of Effort ish aars offered workers! NOTICE Call at 21 S. W. 2nd AVE. Or Phone 2-1141 And a Representative Will (all on You %  costs you nothing to enter. Fill in the entry coupons and take paid 20 per cent commissions on all sales reported. Get pay checks 1 them. But—DONT DELAY! BOYS-GIRLS! [€ .00 Special Bonus Votes A bonus of £0,000 votes to be given for each $20 in sales; 500,000 bonus votes for each club of $(>0 completed PRIZES Enter now. The prizes are for only six and one-half weeks' work. T PRIZE .00 PRIZE EXTRA CASH AWARDS! In addition to the fine prizes and commissions, the workers whose votes total the largest April 6 will receive an extra award of 50% for third 33 1/3% for fourth. 25% for fifth and 15% for sixth place, added to their previous earni*J,'s, respectively. FvVfcekly Payroll"! CO'TKlOMT RULES AND REGULATIONS yriCE ee informant supplies I ask for iORENSEN gn Manager ^ teekly Payro Trf? Entry Coupon GOOD FOR SOOO FREE CREDITS Address NOTE—Only ONE Entry Coupon accepted for eac) "Weekly Payroll" Participant. 1. No salaried employee ot tills newspaper Is eligible to enter this competition. 2. Any reputable man or woman residing in this city or surrounding territory is eligible to enter this drive and compete for awards and weekly nay checks. 3. The winners ol the awards will be decided by their earned credits, said credits being represented by ballots issued on cash collections and coupons clipped from this newspaper. •I. Participants In this drive are not confined to theii own town or community In which to secure subscriptions, but muy take orders anywhere in this section: or, for that matter, anywhere else. 5, Credits are free. It costs the subscribe) nothing extra to cast credits for a favorite participant. Credits must be asked for at the time of paying subscriptions, otherwise subscribers waive this privilege. (>. Credits are not transferable Participants can not withdraw in favor of anothei participant Should a participant withdraw from the race, his or her credits will be cancelled. Neither will it be permissible fen participants to give or trensfei subscriptions to anothei participant Credits on BUCh transferred subscriptions will be subject to disqualification ut the discretion of the management I. Any collusion on tin part ot participants to nullify competition, or any oilier combination formed to the detriment of "Weeklj Payroll'" participants or this newspapei will not be tolerated. Any participant taking part in such combination Btandi liable to forfeit all right to a prize or commission. 8. All credits issued on ballots may be held In reserve and cast at the discretion of participants or this newspaper. The free credit coupons appearing from time to time In the paper must be cast before the expiration date. 9. In event oi a tie for any one of the awards, a I prize identical in value will be given each tying participant. 10. Participants In this drive are authorized agents of this newspnper, but It Is understood and agreed that they will be responsible for all money collected and will remit such amounts In full on regular report days to the "Weeklj Payroll" Department 11. No statement or promise made by my representative or participant varying from the rules and Statement appearing in the columns of this newspaper will be recognized by the publisher. 1Z In case oi typographical or other errors it Is understood that neithei the publisher nor "Weekly Payroll" manage! shall be held responsible except to make tin necessary correction upon discovery of same. 13. ACTIVE participants will be paid a twentj per cent cash commission ($1.00 out oi every $5.00 collected) on all subscription money turned In to their account each week. It is distinct)] understood however, that in the event anj participant becomes INACTIVE, falling to make a regular cash report, lie or she will, at the discretion ot the management become disqualified and thereb] forfeit all right to an award or an extra commission. 14. It is understood and agreed that the winners ol major awards will consider their weekly pay checks in the light of an "advance," which is refundable upon presentation ol prize. 15. To insure absolute fairness In the awarding of prises, the race will bp brought to a close with a sealed ballot l>"X I Hiring the entire last "period" of the drive a ballot l">x -locked and sealed -will repose in tb*' vaults of a local bank, where participant! urn their friends may depo-it their final collect! "id reserve credits, In (his way, no one— not evi the Campaign Manager—can possibly know the actuu Strength of the various participants, which precludes any possibility of favoritism and insures fairness to the minutest degree. 16. Twenty-five thousand credits will be given each workei for ever; 6-year subscription or its equivalent turned in during their first week of the campaign, and liming the third week of the drive, hai.", as many extra credits will be given on same basis. 17. To each "Weekly Payroll" participant who earns as much as $50.00 during their first week of the campaign, tills newspaper will give an extra bonus of $20 cash. 18. Five thousand extra credits will be given to" each participant who makes a cash report each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday nights. 19. This newspnper guarantees fair and impartial treatment to all participants, but should any question arise, the decision of the management will be absolute and final. 20. 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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, February 12, 1937 HIII ui I iii ii House* in Trunkolasy rebuilt with funda made availulilc l>y the Joint Distribution Committee Society The Ladies'Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will hold its regular monthly meeting Monday afternoon, February 15th, at 2 o'clock at the Alamac Hotel, Miami Beach, with Mrs. Muriel Miller of New York City, executive secretary of the National Council of Jewish Women, as the guest speaker. Her subject will be "Philanthropy." Mrs. Ralph N'eufeld, president of the Miami section of the council, will present the speaker. Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, program chairman, will introduce Mrs. Tobias Simon, who will give a reading, and Mrs. Essie Shaeffer, who will render several violin selections. Greeting the guests will be Mrs. Benjamin I.eYine, chairman of hospitality, and Mesdames M. L. Mar. cus, William Uhfelder and J. A. Richtcr. The organization requests rhat those having cast-off clothing or other useful articles contribute them to the rummage store operated by the organization at 167 \. \V. Fifth st. A call to Mrs. L. I. Hart/., who is in charge, or Mis. Ida Optner will bring someone for the bundles, Preparations for the reception being tendered by the Ladies' Auxiliary ui' tlie Miami Jewish Orthoiliix Congregation to Rabbi and Mis. Abraham A. Kellner for SunMr. Moe Harris of New York is spending several weeks in Miami Beach. • • • The United Order of True Sisters League in Aid of Crippled Children is sponsoring a benefit bridge and games at 2 p. m. Tuesday, February lfith, at Hotel Helene, Fifteenth st\ and Michigan ave. Refreshments and prizes. Entertainment by South and Lane, from the New York Rainbow Room will be offered. Mrs. R.se Freund, chairman of arrangements; Mrs. Ethyle Nathan, co-chairman; Mrs. Florence Bacher, publicity; Mrs. Mathilda Koref, Mrs. Maurice Rubenstein, treasurers; Mrs. Mary Susorek, Jewish News Around the World i town Miami. Arlene Judge and Sally Rand are among those who have been | secretary; Mrs. Ruth Lyon, silence guest stars at the track, and Jake committee. Sher has announced that the track | will have many more sensational attractions before the meeting is completed. One of the features presented have been three-dog match races, which are probably the most thrilling of all races, next to the hurdle races, which are staged only at West Flagler nightly. Being but ten minutes from almost anywhere in .Miami, greyhound enthusiasts can leave t-he;r homes at 8 o'clock in the evening and reach the track in plenty of time for the first race. The daily double at West Flagler is on the first and third races. Buses leave Burdine's First st. entrance at short intervals each night, while the West Flagler street car is met by a shuttle bus. Motorists can use either West Flagler st. or X. E. Seventh st. Both are arterial highways. New York—For the first time in history a Jewish women's religious group will hold a national convention completely independent of its affiliated men's groups when the nineteenth annual convention of the Women's League of the United Synagogue convenes in Pittsburgh on Sunday, February 28th. for its three-day sessions at the Hotel Schenley. Under the leadership of Mrs. Samuel Spiegel, the Women's League will concern itself with the problems facing traditional Judaism in America and the part American Jewish womanhood can play n its perpetuation and growth. Featuring the convention will be two symposiums on the subjects: hosiery workshop set up by the Joint Distribution Committee in Prsytyk aflcr the anti-semitic excesses had destroyed the opportunity of these people to earn a livelihood voted to a celebration of the semicentennial of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, at which Philadelphia; Max Kpstein, Chicago; Louis E. Kirstein, Boston; Governor Herbert H. Lehman, New Dr. Cyrus Adler, president of the, York; James N. Rosenberg, New seminary, will be the speaker. The York; Aaron Waldheim, St. Louis, banquet in the evening will be devoted to the theme, "Religion in Our American Democracy." Another luncheon will beheld on Tuesday following a report by the resolutions committee. .1. I). C. Sets Quota of si. -,11.11011 for 1937 Campaign Pittsburgh (WNS)—The 1937 campaign of the Joint Distribution Committee will seek to raise in the United States and Canada the sum of $4,650,000 for aid to Jews overseas, an increase of more than $1,. 000,000 over the 1936 goal of $3,500,000, it was announced at a and M. C. Sloss, San Francisco. Paul Baerwald, New York; William Rosenwald, Philadelphia, and Dr. Jonah B. Wise were chosen cochairmen with the ^following as vice-chairmen: James H. Becker, Chicago; Leon Falk, Jr., Pittsburgh; Salmon P. Halle, Cleveland; Meyer L. Prentis, Detroit, and William J. Shroder, Cincinnati. Jerome J. Rothschild, Philadelphia, was chosen treasurer; Joseph C. Hyman, New York, secretary; Morris C. Troper, New York, comptroller, and Isidor Coons, New York, campaign director. Mr. Coons reported to the meeting that 1,100 cities and towns in meeting of the plan and scope com. the United States and Canada had mittee. Of the sum sought for contributed a gross total of $2,1937 the JDC allotted $2,150,000 801,000 to the J. D. C. campaign in for work in Poland, Roumania and 1986. The resolution adopted by other Fast European countries, the meeting emphasized that the At the Miami Beach Young Ju"The Sisterhood as an Educational I$1,300,000 for work in Germany and committee "has given anxious dea meeting on Monday, February Agency" and "Trends in Present 8850,000 for aid in the refugee thought to the increasingly desper8th, at the home of Mrs. Hugo Day Religious Observance." countries. Felix M. Warburg was ate situation of many sections of Shonberg, Miss Mascha Uncles was The presidential report to be named chairman of the campaign tie Jewish population in Eastern appointed chairman of "A Junior presented by Mrs. Samuel Spiegel Night of Stars." a big event being and the two symposiums feature planned by this croup for the near the program schedules for Sunday, future. February 28th. Monday morning All girls between the ages of ten "ill he devoted to organizational day evening. February 21st, at the and sixteen, who are'interested in problems and round table discusand the following were chosen hon[and Central Europe" and that the orary chairmen: Dr. Cyrus Adler, j JDC "is called upon to continue Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation are in charge of a committee headed by Mrs. Lou i Kotkin. who is being assisted by members and officers of the auxiliary. Prominent speakers will convey greetings of the city to the guests of honor. Full details will appear in our next issue. With half of the 90-night meeting completed, the success of the We-t Flagler Kennel Club, which is owned and operated by Jacob Sher and William Huntley, popular Miamians, has been the talk of the town. Although West Flagler has always been Miami's most popular Greyhound track, the crowds which have been attending this year have been enormous. Good racing and outstanding attractions and also extremely fine prices have attracted thousands upon thousands to the racing oval, which is but three miles from downV Serving 7 M 'Florida's Finest American-Jewish Dinner" ST. REGIS RESTAURANT 446 COLL1N/ AVE. MIAMI OtACH participating are urged to be at sions will be held on religious edthe audition Monday, February 15, at 7:30 o'clock, at the home of Mis; Fddie Adler, '.' %  ""', Euclid ave., Miami Beach. ucation of the child, adult education and the sisterhood program, membership and ways and means. A luncheon on Monday will be deAI GREYHOUND LINES FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION DU C 1 Q1 O A. NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM 1 II. O m LOL£i GRKYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH 515 Washington Avenue On Savings EACH ACCOUNT INSURED UP TO $5,000 MONEY AVAILABLE ON FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS FOR REFINANCING. PURCHASING OR BUILDING PURPOSES |/ AND LOAK ASSOCIATION QF MIAMI J GROUND FLOOR— CONGRESS BI.DG. 10!) N. E. 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Friday, February 12, 1937 THE JEWISH FI ORIDIAN Page Seven BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN RABBI COLMA.N A./WITMAN 699G Albacore Drive 530 N. E. -list St. Miami Beach 5-9875 Miami 2-9548 One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morning throughout the year. CONGREGATIONAL This Friday evening at the regular services at 8:15 Dr. Kaplan will speak on the portion of the law treating a very important contemporary problem. The subject of his address will be "What Do the people Want?" Rabbi Zwitman will conduct the services, after which a reception sponsored by the Sisterhood will be given in Kaplan Hall. The hostesses at last Friday evening's reception were Mrs. H. C. Feibelman, Mrs. Louis Strauss and Mrs. Morris Dubler. Next Friday evening Madame Yetka Levy-Stein will speak from our pulpit on the world scene today, with especial emphasis on the Palestinian situation. Advance notices on Madame Stein's tour of the country indicate that Miami will have a real spiritual treat in this lecture of Madame Stein. I RELIGIOUS SCHOOL At the services of the Religious school last Sunday morning, which were conducted by Marcia Kohl, the birthdays of the following were celebrated: Jack Rubin, Edward ( hentoff, Sybil Cowen and Melvin Kate. The archaeological expedition at Kadesh Barnea, which is being led by Prof. Nelson Glueck, was the subject of the morning assembly, and each child received an individual envelope in which to place his or her contribution for the support of this project, which is being unUertaken by all the Religious schools under the supervision of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. A Purim dinner and entertainment for the children is being planned by our Religious school board. The chairman of this affair will be Mrs. Prank Perlman. A meeting of the commirte representing the confirmation and the post-confirmation classes was held last Sunday noon. Plans for the formation of a youth organization were discussed and a tentative date for a young people's dance to be given on Saturday evening, February 27th. most' successful convention in our history, were of inestimable benefit to Philadelphia ami to the stat. at large. No one has ever que-tioned Mr, Greenfield's ability to make this great historical observance another success. American citizens arc American citizens, whether born in this country or elsewhere, and are entitled to the same rights and privileges. I have not in the past, and shall not in the future, permit any consideration of lace or religion to illflu, | once my judgment in the appointment of men t'o positions of public trust. To (Id so would In' unAmerican and unpatriotic." Mr. Greenfield's appointment was approved by the Pennsylvania Historical Commission and by Federal Judge Albeit W. Johnson, former national president of the I'ac i>ider S ins of America, GENERAL o o In addition to the Friday evening services there are many activities which take place at Temple Israel, anil we would like to call the attention of parents to these undertakings. Every Tuesday evening at 8:00 o'clock there is a rehearsal of the young people's choir. About twenty boys and girls ranging from the ages of 13 to 17 have been coming regularly and have been rehearsing traditional hymns and Hebrew chants and responses for the past three months. Aljy boy Or girl above the age of L3, who s interested in an organization of that type, should be encouraged to join our choir. During the month of March the choir will make its formal appearance at one of the Friday evening services. Both the rabbis have been devoting Thursday afternoons to those children who are interested in Hebrew studies. Biblical texts as well as modern Hebrew are offered as courses of instruction, but the response to date has not been what it' should be. These courses are offered free of any tuition charges whatsoever to the children of our members, and each parent should encourage his child to sacrifice at least one afternoon a week for a study which we are told and exhorted to continue "yomom VOloilo," both day and night. Rabbi Abraham Schwartz. Orthodox Leader. Dead Baltimore, Md. (WNS)Rabbi Abraham \. Schwartz, founder of the Baltimore Hebrew Talmudical Acadt my and one of the best known Orthodox rabbis in the United Stales, is dead here at the age of 65. A native of Lithuania, where he headed the Krakai Ycshiva, Rabbi Schwartz came to the United States in 1906 and occupied a pulpit in New London, ('mm., until 1908. In that year he was called to Baltimore, where he became a leader in educational and religious work. He was one of the founders of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Rabbis and a member of the executive of the World Agudath Israel. His son. Dr. Joseph Schwartz, is executive director of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities. DINNER unnyAiioNs 5-2JB9 atthe Ala-mac a service and cuisine of excellence. 'Dietary Laws... Your Hosts — Jewish News Around the World Bark Rebukes Protest Over Appointment of Jew Philadelphia (WNS)—A protest by the Pennsylvania section of th<; Patriotic Order Sons of America against the appointment by Governor George H. Earle of Albert N. Greenfield of Philadelphia as chairman of the Pennsylvania state commission for the celebration of the Constitution Sesquicentennial on the ground that he was born in Russia met with a stinging rebuke from the governor. Insisting that the position "calls for a man of American birth and background, the order, in a letter from Charles B. Helms, its state secretary, demanded the recall of Mr. Greenfield's appointment. In reply to Mr. Helms Governor Earle said: "I have no apologies to offer for my appointment of Mr. Greenfield. He is a citizen of Pennsylvania and a citizen of the United States. His efforts in bringing a national convention to Philadelphia and in making it the White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP 240 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel -I'M SO NERVOUS I COULD SCREAM YOU HAVENT USED THAT NERVINE I BOUGHT YOU BOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible toofers Since 1919 Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 26th St. Phon< 2-37(15 HOTEL EDISON 46th-47th Streets, West of Broadway WHEN IN NEW YORK LIVE AT NEW YORK'S NEWEST 1,000 Outside Rooms, Baths, Showers and Radios Rates From $2.50 t)R. MILES liERVI/V£ v%c \ p s to Re/c^ Do you feel tense and keyedup? Do the care of the home and cniHrcn, the obligation of social or community life, the worry of finances, "get on your nerves"? 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Often the' modern producer puts part of the comb in the strained honey, plainly visible through the glass walls of, tb" jar. Others have made their boilics in the shape of a hive, and :ill honey containers — once soi troublesome — are now designed t" be presentable and "socially accept ablo" st table. The next time yon opco one of these glass jars, do not use the contents merely as a "spread" but try one of these honey recipes and you will be delighted, lth your discovery. Honty Date Stripe .1 eggs, well beaten 1 cup honey l' i cups flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup chopped nuts 1 pound chopped dates Mix together honey and well beaten eggs. Add baking powder and flour, sifted together, then chopped dates nd nuts. Bake In long flat tin: mixture should not be more than % inch high. When baked, will be about Vz inch high. Cut in strips V4 inch wide and 3 inches long. Pack away in crock; roll in powdered sugar before serving. Honey, Apple, Cheese and Nut Salad 4 cups of apples, diced 2 caps cottage cheese Vi cup chopped walnuts \i enp honey '•1. cup mayonnaise Mix apples and cheese together. \ild walnuts, honey and mayonnaise. Heap on beds of lettuce about two tablespoonsful to a serving. Top with Maraschino cherry. e3o^J.-J 1 ici.'S ft thrill you didn't expect to find In Miami. an Indian Vlllare ... 30 year* old full of amazlnr enrloi and hand-work of the Indians. Ton muit alio see the heari, wildcats, water monkeyi these Semlnolea have eaptured and their hnce collection of alllcators and crocodiles. Hundreds of rare tropical plants. Alligator Wrestling Hourly Thru thf DaT 25c ADM. Includes Everything N. W. 25TH AVENUE AT 16TH STREET =MIAMI BEACHi GLASS CO. MIRRORS GLASS FURNITURE TOPS WINDOW VENTILATORS PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS Phone 5-5585 ALBERT NEMBTZ S. 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Pago Eight THE JEWISH FLOUIDIAN Friday, February 12, 1937 THE WORLD'S WINDOW The Royal Commission Depurls St. Petersburg Notes i Friday evening services at Congregation B'nni Israel will be held Iheir political rights, of course, 8 o'clock. Rabbi Baumel will ofthat bit of evidence about the Ternfic,ate a,ul wi s >' ilk Th '' pic of Solomon descends to a depth Sanctuary." Saturday morning's of crude silliness that ought to de*<'rmon will be on "Kinds of Defeat Itself. Bui when has the crude nations." Sunday evening at 8 j silliness of any accusation against o'clock the Judaic Council will preThe Royal Commission has by the Jewish people ever defeated it"'"' :1 %  •"•ten' hour entertainnow left Jerusalem. It is credibly I self ? Silliness works; slapstick mv,n "<1 package party, at which :eported that its findings will not | farce works, as in that recent .able ,in,( ,h< lon 8 anticipated urn sethe published until after the coro-1 concerning the Arabs'complaint of %  %  '" he awarded. All the proceeds nation in May. All but the last the scarcity and high price of wives. f thl evening will be for the buildBy LUDWIG I.EWISOHN This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement will be prosecuted. n singing the ancient Hebrew folk songs. few sessions were, through the abstention of the Arabs, devoted to hearing Jewish evidence. That evidence was presented by a group The damnable Jews paid such high in *-' funi1 f the synagogue, prices for land that the sellers had money for from six to a dozen wives. Now a poor honest good of men from Dr. Wei'/.manii on. who j patriotic Arab can't afford a wife. are by character and training, bylThey used to be $160 apiece; they theil very inner structure, incapable of consciously trying to make the worse appear the better reason. We all know that such men exist; we all know that these nun of the Jewish Agency are men of 'hit k. nd. With dignity, with thoroughness, with precise accuracy they presented the Jewish case on its political and economic side. now come al 8600 and over. Damn the Jews Meanwhile another group of utterly desperate yoUllg Jews began a march from Poland to Palestine and again the Polish police d spersed them a tew miles from Will saw. You have read of Wednesday evening, February 17th, at 7 o'clock, a banquet will be launched at the synagogue for the opening of the United Pale* t'ne Appeal and the Joint Distribution Committee campaign. The | c|uota for St. Petersburg is $10,000. Among the speakers of the cveiiin ; will be Rabbi Max Shapiro of Miami, Rabbi Morris Baumel, Fa; ther J. J. O'Riordan, Mr. Joseph the Children's Crusade, over which Shenker, Mr. Ilyman M. Jacobs and SO many sympathetic tears have Others. been shed throughout the ages' The Temple Sisterhood met last week in the Temple home, Mrs. I. j L. Kaplan, vice-president, presiding in the absence of Mrs. L. P. Lippman, president. Following the business meeting an interesting program was given, participated in by Mrs. Leonard II. %  A stirring drama of small town Grunthal, president of the Trihigotry and intolerance, the WarState Federation of Temple Sisterner Bros, production. "I Married hoods, who reported on her attend-; Doctor," opens at the Seventh ance last month of the national Avenue Theatre Sunday, convention in New Orleans, and The picture is based on a novel Miss Beatrice I'eiser, who spoke on by Sinclair Lewis which caused a urrent events. j furor throughout the country by Mrs. Hack. I announced thatthe 1 exposing the cruelties resultant Jewish (enter will sponsor a I'urim Suda and dance the night of February 28th. Mrs. 11. Weiss was placed in charge of the sale of tickets, and the Daughters of Israel will cater the dinner. Miss Ethel Joel and Mrs. M. Wexler are chairmen of this committee. Mrs. (). Magezis reported that a sale w II be conducted for the benefit of the Hebrew school and everyone was asked to co-operate. Once or twice they sought to pre-.'Who sheds bears for our children' Miss Jennie Sierkese of the Talsent also the all-important moral j that ought to he safe and at home bihassee College for Women was Side. For that the representatives in the land of their fathers? Who? 'he week-end guest of her parents. of England had no ear. Worse than no ear. The telegraph agencies report that during one of the final days when the Arabs were giving evidence, it was said by some witness that the Jews throughout the world loved Palestine. Whereupon Lord Peel (who seems to pride himself on a sardonic touch) is said to have said: -Too much!" Whereupon the audience roared With laughter. One understands, of course, the icy sense of superiority to all passioi or. at least, to all show of passion which the two words of the English gentleman were meant to convey. One doesn't, you know, do or say certain things. Well, that insular and provincial narrowness of mind and heart caused Lord Peel to make one of the most vulgar and ill-ln cd remarks in history. A m in is crucified; an innocent man is crucified; he groans. One of the Roman soldiers says icily: "What tunny sounds he makes!" And the other soldiers laugh loud, long, empty laughs. I/ird Peel is a Chris, ian and an aristocrat. 1 make him a present of the analogy. The Arab evidence was tawdry and trivial substance, though brash Let us not, therefore, expect that Ml : ""' Mr8 A Sierkese, together the report of the Royal Commission 'ith a friend, Miss Ruth Rubin of will be according to the facts; let Miami, us not expect that it will be acMl". James Debenes of merry Indiana was the guest of his mother, .Mrs. I loosener. cording to the principles or the lights involved. For were it to ie according to either the facts or the principles, according to either the quality of our work done in Ml a (l M,s s Schwartz of 4U .'alestine or the spirit of the charNinth st.. south, are receiving confer given us by the nations to do gratulations on behalf of their son. .hat work, the report would have Benjamin, as attorney at law. to be one hundred per cent endorsement of the Jewish Agency and the Zionist world organization is instrumentalities of the Jewish pei pie's self-redemption and 't would have to be a condemnation Jacksonville News Tampa Notes Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kaufman of New York, formerly of Tampa, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Charlotte, to Elyman Matline of New York. The marriage will take place in the m ar future. The annual I'urim carnival of the auxiliary of Rodoph Sholom synagogue will be held February 28th in the school rooms of the syn. agogue. The Sunday school chil01 en will give a I'urim play and Hutchinson have a king and queen will be crowned. Mrs. A. R. Berger is chairman of arrangements, assisted by Mrs. Ben leads, he being a country doctor who takes his city bred bride to his small home town where she immediately arouses a jealous and Month for the Jacksonville chapy .. MnTRa Mttar antagonism amon K th< wom ol Arab pseudo-political brigandter of Hadassah, and the occasion .„. u \ \v u In t ''" l,l,cause th ir husbands and age, murder, myth-mongering. disw| „ ,„. niai k „, 1 hv „ .. thrif ,„,„.,,.. %  Ju 1 %  Mack .wUI _ad8Wee thearts are attracted by her •>" the peace and increa-. ,.„„• %  ,„„„,,„.„, ,, v thl ( hilll we ,_ | ^ ** ^f* "jf"^^ | • % %  & and wit. ... I llaimovitz and a large committee. I Ins month will lie "Child Health from the attitude of self-righteous small town people who judge others by their own narrow standards. It is said to be filled with pathos and tragedy and dynamic -cenes, enlivened by romance, sparkling dialogue and comedy. Pat O'Brien and Josephine the romantic tig prosperity of their own land ,-.„.,. committee, at 1 o'clock W.MIa peace and prosperity which thee ,,. S ,|. 1V February 17. in the Jewhave done nothing to create or even sn Center. Mrs. Louis S. Joel and to deserve, but which they are magMrs. D. H. UsarOW, co-chairmen, asked and, in sober .„.,. arranging the event, with the I'. S. Court Refers Case to Jewish Conciliation Court fact, besought to share. aid of Mrs. Lazar Klepper, Mrs. No, there is a stupid fatality ,,„ uis BucholtZ, Miss Ethel Joel. about these things. We have hai,| M r8i Max Baker, Mrs. Leo., as everyone know-, previous govSpringer, Mrs. A. Pagan, Mrs II. ernment reports. And they were K line. Mrs. B. B. Bromberg. Mr, in each instance sh fty, dishonest Bi Hirshberg, Mrs. Henry Krai ruary 14th, which will inaugurate th.' Tampa United Jewish Appeal campaign for the needy Jews of Palestine and throughout the world. Rabbi David L. Zielonka is chair-' N( w York (WNS) man; Hiram Hammer, vice-chair-1 StaU .„ District Court for hl man; Sol Jacobs, treasurer and M., Southern Dislrict of New Y() ,. k ^ Henry Cohen, publicity chairman. a uni()Ut pmeden wh( n „ those on the general committee | femsd to the J( wish Conciliati()n a.e Aclolph Katz, David Stein, Err„„_, „ f A,.;„., • • ,, ,, ,, „ I l-ourt of America a case involving nest Alaas, M. (.. Rosenberg, O. i„,„; L ,.„ t „ m ,.? Jewish customs. The case, which mer, ci ,, >, >• ,, "a %  r "'--"' customs. i ne case, But for that very Mrs. Dave Cowan. Mrs. liar, v BroiJ„ti ,i !l.l ^ I W^ l "*" U befo,e Jud e Joh W. in form and intention. This may reason it has been possible to mil,,.,, Mrs Mi]ton „„„;„„_ M rs."si.,,„, i "',-ui T' i i, !. • I C lancv involvef be said quite objectively. It is not ,fy the,,, gradually and gradually U8arow> Mra H Pinke l 8 tein, : S 1 K R \ a< ," ,' n at a.l sure whether it would not .., practice to live them down. Let u N monh c,....,,. .' VIl K A,l "'l lh ""Wi Flt (i Pcrlman, Dr. ''lie". tjlM III) Ol.ilU>>. ,I I >. .JOM'pll i. I D U 1 r\ I have been infinitely better for us us. therefore, look forward to the Becker. Mrs. Max Rubin Mrs Hal bad the Arabs' evidence been much report of the Royal Commission lv c-ndzier Mrs Sam Wolfson more skilfull, much more to the with a healthy pessimism, With a Mrs. Louis Wolfson. Mrs. San, Kaspoint, much more like our own, on not at all cynical but extremely >( wit ., M „ Sam Bucholtz Mrg the ground of the given realities, realist,,attitude. The reply to any Martln Sack M „ g p,,^ j, For the one astute thing in a barinjustice, to any chicanery, to ugly Ro l and KrilIltz Mrs M Bork Mrg baric way that the Arabs did was partisanship and policy is closer ]{ Mizrahi Mrs D Massell Mrs to show little interest in the given Jewish integration behind PalesWalter Nathan, Mrs Bennie Bakrealities. They negated them, tine, a tireless appeal to all con( .„ Mrs „. ., acoh son .„„, M „ p a They refused to face or acknowlsciences in the world not utterly v j,| Safer edge them. They talked about anpoisoned or hardened, more money. (ecedent treaties and agreements; more money (sine,, we have and Tlu regu)ar lm etin of Junio ,. Ihey demanded the abolition ,.t evwan „ either arma „,„. ,„,,,., aml „ a(|assan WM he|(| reMnt jn nc rything that is and has come to therefore in the long run more Jacksonville Jewish Center Twenbe; they threatened continued v.o|an„, more people, a stronger and lv members were present and the lence if their demands were not .. longer Yishuv. To prepare to we ts for the evening were Rabbi met; Mohammedan and Christian lk tnig reply to any negative Margolia and Mr. Morgenstern exagreed—Jamal Husseim and the aspects of the bishop of the Greek church—that the Jews wanted to possess and destroy the Dome of the Rock in order to rebuild the temple. In other words, the Arab evidence was a calculated and elusive playing to galleries—to a number of galleries; all the anti-Semites in the world; British officialdom in Palestine and Downing Street that wants no more trouble than it has to have, regardless of the price of that peace; the pseudo-liberals who conceal their anti-Semitism Judea| ^^ under the pretense of the poor Pal| (Copyright, 1987, by Seven Arts At the end of the business meetestinian Arabs being robbed Oi feature Syndicate) ;„., Kabb i Margolia led the girls Schwartz, Mrs. L. S. Augustine, Mrs. Joseph Wohl and Mrs. 1. Liebman. conmig report ot ecutive director. Jewish Center me Royal Commission is the purFathers' Night meeting, which pose of the great conference on | waa to have taken place February I alestine to be summoned in Washi7 th waa postponed to March .Irc'l. ing.on cany in February. In this .\ Iiss J 08ep hine Safer was named once more critically important hour ls chairman of the program, with of history American Jewry is die Rebecca Smith as co-chairman, chad' defender of the Jewish peoTwo delegates to the regional pie and of the honor of all the still convention, to be held in Memphis, tree peoples. The consciousness of Tenn., March f.th through nth, that extraordinary station and were elected. Thev are Miss Edith function ought to arouse, to for\\eise and Miss Clara Kramer. tify and to inspire our people to Miss Minnie Smith was elected the highest possible effort and sacJunior Hadassah representative to i ifice. Enter the Old Gold Contest $200,000 in Prizes 1,000 Cash Prizes Given Away t( Winners es the claim of the Rev. Julian Shape against the Fordam Talmud Torah in the Bronx. Rev. Shapo, who is not an ordained rabbi, claims that he was engaged by the Talmud Torah in October, 1986, to be its rabbi teacher and that he invested $.t,000 in the institution. Less than a year later he was discharged when the Talmud Torah went into bankruptcy with a loss of all but $250 of his investment. The Jewish Con| dilation Court, with three Jews and one Christian sitting as judges, withheld judgment for a fortnight. Rev. Shapo was for several years spiritual leader of Beth David synagogue. Here is the contest you have been waiting for. the contest in which you can win a fortune and "hen. Frankfurter ami Rosenman be rich for life. There are 1,000 cash prizes totaling $200,000. You can win any one of them. Old Cold may perhaps win for you a fortune. Enter right away. The contest is just beginning and consists of solving picture puzzles. Go to your cigarette dealer and ask for the official Old Gold Puzzle Pictures, FREE, together with rules and details. Follow the instructions carefully. Neatness does not count. There are no tricks or catches. Only your skill wins. Read this newspaper for further announcements. \1 entioned for Supreme Court Washington, I), c. (WNS)— Speculation over the possible candidates for the United States Supreme Court, should congress approve President Roosevelt's federal judiciary reform plan, which calls for the addition of six justices to the high court, is giving attention to three Jews, Professor Felix Frankfurter of the Harvard law school, Samuel I. Rosenman, j Us fce of the New York state supreme court, and Benjamin Cohen, authority on banking and public law. r



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Friday, February 12, 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Nine The welfare division of Emunah chapter, of which Mrs. Bernard Siorganization and all proceeds are and competition is keener than ever used for the Talmud Torah fund i before. The oldest dog track In of the congregation. In charge of i this area is now affording not only the general committee is Mrs. Jack I unusually fine musical entertainHirsch, general chairman. I ment, but remarkably splendid and &f well matched dog races nightly. Wh.it promises to be one of the mon is chairman, is sponsoring a outstanding events of the current) Committee appointments for the benefit bridge party Wednesday season is the annual ball sponsored I coming year were announce at :i (veiling, February 17th, at the I by the Sisterhood of Beth Jacob wall attended meeting of the local American Legion Home, Biscayne Congregation, Miami Beach, SunB'nai B'rith lodge last Tuesday eveblvd. and Sixty-fourth st., starting day evening, February 28th, at the!"'"'l! Beth David Talmud Torah ;:t 7:-!0 p. m. A Dutch luncheon Floridian Hotel. Miami Beach. Mr. ha.l: Intellectual advancement, will be served and prizes given at M, B. Frank is in charge of theU aaac Levin, chairman; Dr. Frank each table. The public is invited general committee preparing the <'"iet, Stanley ('. Myers. M. .1. Koto attend. Tickets can be puvannual benefit journal of the Conpelowitl and Fred K. Shochet; chased at the door. gregation. The proceeds will be I"' ace committee, Leo Robinson, Early reservations have been used for the Talmud Torah work chairman, Abe Aronovitz and Max made by Mrs. Louis Gore, Mr. E. of the congregation and the buildAlbert Pallot, Mrs. Louis Pallot, ing fund. Entertainment, includMrs. Harry Shulman, Mrs. Louis ing some outstanding stars, will be ZeientE, -Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs. provided. Joseph Albert Mrs. Moe Pallot, • Rappaport; visiting committee, Sidnej Segal, chairman, Henry Bulbin, Leon F.lkin. Max Hoffman, E. (Miidon; finance, Elry Stone, chair, man. A. Hirtenstein, Benjamin LeMrs. Walter Hayes, Mrs. Charles l'arr, Mrs. Harry Judd, Mrs. E. Guy Kepley, Mrs. Grace dials. Mrs. Mark Max, Mrs. Jack August, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallot, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Syman, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Pepper, Mr. and Mrs. Mieha •! Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wexler, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tillman, Mr. and Mrs. Maury Kove.i, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Somberg. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Minsky, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Backer. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson, Mr. and Mis. Meyi r Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, Mr. and Mis. Max Halpern, Mr. and Mr*. C. Auslander, Mrs. Sol Hollander, Mrs. Harry N'evins, Mrs. Lena Coin. Mrs. Rose Rosen, Mrs. Dina Daunt, Mrs. Arthur Mcyerson. Mrs. Ben Rosenstock. Mrs. Harry Green, Mrs. Harry Diehlman, Mrs. Howard Havenor, Dr. and Mrs. S. I. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Feinev, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Palmer, Dr. and area Mrs. Charles Hcckwitt, Mr. and Mrs. 1. L. Reisman, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. F. Rabin, Mis. Harry Green, Mrs. Sam D. Long, Mrs. Josephine Labazin.'. Mrs. .1. 1.. Shochet, Miss Sarah The Ladies" Auxiliary of the -Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is sponsoring one of its regular series of card parties at the home of Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum, 2101 S. W. Eleventh st.. Sunday evening, February l-ith. beginning at 8 (.'clock, with Mrs. Tannenbaum as the hostess. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshment-, will be served. The proceeds will be used for the Talmud Torah work of the congregation. The public is urged to attend. Only six more days of the internationally known and beloved musil ian, Ted Lewis and his orchestra remain for the Biscayne Kennel Club patrons. Thousands have been brought to the track to hear this famous band leader and soloist, and to enjoy the dancing under the stars. This high priced ar will conclude his engagement here because of previous commitments at large amusement centers, and these six days will be the final opportunity to bear him in this „ Thousands of dog fans have Mrs. Sol B. Optner and son. been having the thrills of their Stanley, of Chicago, 111., are the lives because of the unusually j house guest's of Mrs. Ida Optner, splendid races every night during { who also has as her house guests the nearly forty-five days of racMr. Harold Woodward, prominen ing that have been held this season, attorney of Chicago, and his s:s Dogs are being even better matched ter, Miss Hazel. Vine, Milton Friedman, William Friedman; entertainment, E. Albert Paii. chairman, Leo Ackerman So. Rotf nt. Dr. F. A. Rosenthai and Barney Drevich; membership committee, i;. R. Adler, chairman, S. V llalpert. Isidor Newman, M. II. Nissenbaum, Harry Rayvis, Nuthan Alexander, Jacob Kalish. Leon Flkin. M. B. Frank. Harry Gordon and Herman Mintzer; A. '/.. A.. Leo Eisenstein, chairman, Louis Heiman and Sidney Segal; anti-defamation committee. .1. Louis shochet. chairman, Harry Simonhoff. J. Frankel. Abe Aronovitz and Philip Liberman. Rabbis Jacob II. Kaplan, Max Shapiro, Colman Zwitman and Abraham Kellner will serve as honorary members of all committees. Mi. and Mis. Morris Pepper returned from a trip to Georgia and Florida, where they were the guests ,.f Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, their brother, at Valdosta, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shapiro. Mrs. Pepper's parents, at Jacksonville, Fla. Anybody in the Family Can Enter And Win a Prize 8200,000 Cash Awards Given Away in Old Gold Contest or l.OOd Prizes TieOLD GOLD Contest is open ,o everybody.. The contest consists ..! wiving puzzle pictures. Go to your cigarette dealer and ask him for the official Old Gold Puzzle Picture-, FRF.F. together with full rules and detailregarding the contest'. Get your picture puzzleand entry form immediately. The contest is just beginning. Don'; delay. Follow carefully the instructions, There are no tricks or cat. hes. Only your kill wins.Double-Mellow Old Gold is giving yo.i a chance to win a I'm tune and ma'.ic you rich for life. Watch this newspaper for tint her announcements. German Jewess j To Speak Here (Continued from Pi • 1 I University hospital. This ian op. portunity for all Miami women who anmembeiof Hadat ;.'• Lo have their name.' perpetuated n Palesvine. All visiting Hadassah mi mbers and their friends are Cordially invited to attend this meting on Tuesday afternoon. shochet. Miss Mollie Engler, Mrs. mil AMI RFAfTH Minnie Engler, Mr. and Mrs. Philip HIAM1 "M^Al,!! i,ng Vugrustine, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pol-j lo,k, Mi. and Mrs. I. Silberstein. Mis. Mary Weiner, Miss Ruth j Weiner, Mrs. Sadye G. Rose. Mis. Ida Optner. Mrs. Sam Weisel. Mrs. Arthur Hamel. Mrs. Carl Dewey. Mrs. Ethel Burnstein, Mrs. Ben Margolis, Mrs. Robert Hackel, Mr. Andrew Shubert, Mr. and Mrs. M. \ Sheinberg, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. David Golde, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffon, Mrs. Rose (loodm Mrs. Max Shapiro,, Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mrs. Albert Seiden, Mrs. Mae Hurwitz and Mrs. Robert Henry. # # Mrs. Alex Feinstone and daughter. Rose, of Boston, Mass., for many years winter visitors to this area, are spending the current scason at the Shoreham Hotel, Miami Beach. While here she is being extensively entertained by her sister, Mrs. Joseph M. Fine, Mis. Albert Quadowand Mrs. Barney Hanson. A number of prominent entertainers have agreed to attend the annual dance and ball of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation atthe Floridian Hotel, Miami Beach, on Sunday evening, March 7th. This is the sixth annual event of the 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 [ M. L MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files. Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES II N. E. First St. Ph. 2-lfifil BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Presents P. PINCHIK THE GREATEST CANTOR OF THE AGE SACRED SERVICES Friday Evening. February 12 Saturday .Morning. February 13 CONCERT Sunday Evening. February 14 Beth Jacob Synagogue THIRD and WASHINGTON MIAMI BEACH Kraemer's Strictly Kosher DINING ROOM Collins Avc. at 4th St. MIAMI BEACH Excellent Food Efficient Service Pleasant Surroundings Under Mine man'-KWnenl i • Olympia Strlctls KOHIK i 1! • %  i.n


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Page Ten THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, February 12, 1937 \ Real Puzzles!. Puzzles that will Challenge your Wits! 1st PRIZE IN CONTEST OF SKILL! THIS IS A SAMPLE PUZZLE Get the Official Puzzles FREE! NOW! Anywhere cigarettes are sold. This Puzzle Represents a Familiar Name. You Solve the Puzzle by Picking the Correct Name from the List Below: John Adams John Hnncock Elmer Gantry Ponce de loon The above puzzle is not included in the contest. It is a spevimen omy. You'll get a DOUBLE reward from this contest.,.by smoking Double-Mellow OLD GOLDS Big money isn't the only thing you can win in this contest. You'll win great pleasure, too, by getting acquainted with Double-Mellow Old Gold. The real prize crop tobacco cigarette. The cigarette that never reaches you stale, dry or soggy thanks to that double Cellophane wrapping, protecting every Old Gold package! Enter this contest today and win in 2 ways! W ANT to win $100,000.00? Or $30,000.00? Or $10,000.00? Or any one of 1,000 big cash prizes? Double-Mellow Old Golds bring you that opportunity ... in the Old Gold $200,000.00 Contest. We mean exactly that! There are 1,000 cash prizes in this contest totaling $200,000.00! And there's still plenty of time to enter this exciting contest. This is Old Gold's way to introduce you to the finest cigarette you ever tasted; a real double-mellow, prize crop tobacco cigarette; brought to you FACTORYFRESH—thanks to that double Cellophane wrapping, protecting every Old Gold package. You can win $100,000.00 First Prize in this thrilling Old Gold Contest, by solving real puzzles which you will find both educational and enjoyable—puzzles that will challenge your ingenuity and skill. This one, for instance, is figured out this way: "ELM" plus "R" equals ELMER. Then, the "G" plus "ANN" plus the "TREE" equals GANTRY. You've got it! ELMER GANTRY. Get the Official Puzzles and complete rules FREE at any place cigarettes are sold. Or, if your dealer's supply is exhausted, mail the coupon below. Get started now! Win $100,000.00 First Prize. (Established 1760) v Makers of Double-Mellow Old Cold Cigarettes GET THE OFFICIAL PUZZLES FREE AT ANY STORE WHERE CIGARETTES ARE SOLD. IF YOUR DEALER'S SUPPLY IS EXHAUSTED, MAIL THE COUPON BELOW. 7 hi. .: i ': topyrigbltd 17, b) P. I nrillard Cn hie 1: %  OLD GOLD CONTEST P.O. Bos 9, Varick St. Station, New York, N. Y. Gentlemen: Please send me all official puzzles l sued to date, together with complete rules. I enclose stamp for postage. Name MRS_ MISS IPLBAa I'RINt NAMfci Street. City. State.


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Miami, Fla
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February 12, 1937

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FF.RKl ARY 12, 11137
Price Five Cents
United Jewish
Campaign P^ins
i eaders and workers in the
i Miami Jewish CampaiRn
850,000 will attend a rally to
held at the An-Nell Hotel on
Sunday niirht, February 14th. at
o'clock.
The rally will officially usher in
1937 campaign for the Joint
ion Committee and the
i :\ ,l Palestine Appeal, included
in this campaign.
A program in keeping with the
importance of the occasion has
in pared for this rally. The
ampaign committee is fortunate
to announce that Mis. I. M. Wein-
Btein, well known leader of Miami
.1, wish women and speaker of
iminence, will speak on the pies.
ent conditions among the Jewish
eopleabroad. Mr. Lee Lehman of
Pittsburgh, prominent American
Jewish leader, will also address the
workers at this time.
A feature of the program will
be the showing of the film, "Sal-
vaging Human Lives." which Il-
lustrates the plight' of the Jewish
people in several F.uropean coun-
tries.
Workers, at this i me will xm>
eivc their assignment of prospect
cards as w. II as instructions on
their specific duties in the cam-
I aign.
The various divisions in the
campaign which have held prelim-
inary meetings will give an a -
cc int.- of themselves at Sunday
.; !ly, whe i hi y v. ill epo '
>. : mil s obtaii I to da
i m ; ctive co-\v rke: s.
Tl sections ol the won n's
i ivision have been organiz I. hi a I-
l.v Mrs. Marvin Bronner, for
M ami Beach, and Mrs. Daniel Cro-
ii... assisted by Mrs. D. L. Mann
and Mrs. Lia Optner, for Miami.
M i mi B( a h will form i ne si c-
tion, while Northeast Miami and
Si uthwest Miami form the other
two sections of the women's divi-
sion. Among the many women
who have volunteered to assist in
this campaign to dale are the fol-
lowing:
Mrs. Morris Alpert, Mrs. Harry
Bamhard, Mrs. Gertrude S. Ber-
lin, Mrs. Sam Blank, Mrs. Gremin,
.*lis. Benjamin E. Bronston, Mrs.
Augusta Cohen, Mrs. A. Czech,
Mrs. Max Dobrin, Mis- Ethel Dick-
stein. Mrs. Rebeci a Pels, Mrs. '>'
Fetterson, Mrs. Harry deist. Mrs.
All x Goldstein, Mrs. .1. M. Goo I-
kowsky, Mrs. M. Gussman, Mrs. li.
Hi hi usi r. Mrs. Sarah Harris. Mrs.
M. Jaci bs, Mis. M. D. Kirsch, Mrs.
, iger, -li i. Jacob II. Kaplan.
Mrs. Norman Liebling, Mrs. Many
I i] ton, Ml S. I1 irry Marcus. Mrs.
.'. M. LeJi r, Mrs. E. Roth. Mrs.
Morris S. Rubin, Mrs. Shiro, Mrs.
Ji i Su raiman, Mrs. S. R. Be
gal, Mrs. Hugo Shonberg. Mrs.
Leonard WLn, Mrs. Sidney A.
Wien, Mrs. Joseph Williamson,
Mrs. Sidney Weinlvaub, Mrs. J.>
Peph Wien, Miss Gladys Max, Miss
Bessie Besvenlck, Miss Boots Wolf.
Mrs. Samuel Aronovitz. Mrs. F.lena
Brown, Mrs. Jack Bernstein, Mrs.
Sidney Beskind, Mrs. Frank Coret,
FLORIDIAN OFFERS WORK TO EVERYONE
Bureau Sponsors
"Night of Stars
Novel Subscription Drive to Distribute Hundreds of Dol'ars
In one of the mosl ambitious programs ever undertaken, The Jewish
Kloridian this week announces a big subscription drive destined to add
thousands of names to its large number of readers.
A First Grand Prize of $600.00 is offered to the person securing the
largest number of votes by the closing date, while to the person securing
the second largest number of votes a Second Grand Prize of $200.00 will
be paid. Any lodge, club or charitable organization may enrich its colters
by $100.00 aiso by simply entering a candidate in the race.
Not satisfied'with the above generous awards the Floridian has made
it possible for every person to earn weekly pay checks as large as they
want to make them, for a straight 20'; commission is being paid all work-
ers, and in addition generous Lonus checks will be given persons finishing
in third, fourth, fifth and sixth places.
This is positively not a beauty contest or a contest where you nave
to be lucky to win. The whole drive is based on voles and the schedule for
the entire drive is given on a two-page announcement m this issue Keaa
every word and then rush your entry to Campaign Headquarters at Ll S. W
Second ave. or simply phone 2-1141 and a representative will call.
It is th" sincere aim of this newspaper to conduct this campaign m a
fair, clean and honest manner, so that all may be pleased, but since a!
wisdom is not vested in one individual or institution, an Advisory Board
will decide on all matters of question and will award the prizes.
Regardless of whether or not you can spend all your time in this
pleasant" work, enter today, in many irstiru-es -rare time workers do tar
hater because thev have learneo to ut lize .'i ir t me to the best advantage.
Organizitions should ent:i \.o.k rl cj; the vo.es they accumu-
late will go toward the $100.00 (legalization Prize. A so, and th:s is v,;r>
casv to the person who nominates the Grand Prize winner the campaign
department will pay a special prize of $15.00, wh:le the person whe.nomi-
nates the winner of the Second Grand Prize will receive $10.00. lie con-
tesl is open to all, no matter where you may reside, and ren.eni.er>...
ke one'dollarout of every five you collect! Rush your entry toda> b
phone. letter or in paison to 21 S. W. Second ave. Your only mistake a ill
i e in elaying your entry.
M
The annual "Night of Stars."
sponsored by the Jewish Welfare
Bureau for the third year, will
bring to the stage of the Olympia
Theatre next Monday night, Feb-
ruary 15th, for the midnight -how.
one of the greatest aggregations
of night club entertainers and stars
of the radio, screen and stage eve*
brought together on one stage in
Mrs. Gordon Davis, Mrs. 1.. Fay.
Mrs. Edward Friedman. Mrs. I. II.
Hi ma, Mrs. Frances Lerkoff, Mrs.
Ilyman Levy, Mrs. Benjamin Le-
\ in,.. Miss Evelyn Marks. Mis. II.
Magid, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers.
Il!lllllllll!iillllllil||||ll!t!lll!lllllllllll
Is It Necessary?
Is it really nccessarj that Jews
I. Magid Mrs. Stanley ( .Myers. ^ ^ ^ (< ^
Mrs. Nathan Markowita, Mrs. Louis ..... themaelvea?
German Jewess
To Speak Here
Hadassah will hold one of its
most- interesting meetings of the
t: R. ADLER
..a. history. \ c mi| arison of the
., ..,-. of i ntertainers who have ac-
, invi ations to attend shows
thai even New York City can sel-
in match such a galaxy at one
lime.
he demand- .ontin-
ing Made on the bureau for
relief and numerous pleas lor as-
ince, loans, etc., it is absolutely-
necessary that sufficient funds he
;;. e,l du: inir the year if the Jew-
ish needj are not re be forgotten.
Mere than one-third of the ne<
sary funds has been raised in the
vear next Tuesday afternoon, Feb-|
J ... past year through this night of
lUBry 16th, at lemple Israel, when '
Nathan. Mrs. Ralph Neufeld. Mrs. ^ ,,,.......,
Nadler, Mrs. Jules Pearlman, ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ye alays prau Vcttka Levy-Stem of_B_erhn. a an.
I it is
hoped that even
this
.-v. wauier, *.. -""-"' ish peopto thai we have always Man i.kh ...- > .......... ( ,ijs .
Mrs. Max Pepper, Mrs. Mart. ouf ^^ Germany, will be the guest speaker ^
Raff, Mrs. L. Rlfas, Mrs. Albert |dI hoas, in F.au Levy Stein to considered ^^ ,,, ,ppear: ,-,.,,
Rosenthal Mrs. Sam Resnick Mrs. on, 0f the most brilHan woman \ ..J ,_.
Harry Rubin Mrs. Sam Rubin. ^ js ,.. B1.at0,8 ,day, and comes to Mi- ^ ^.^
M.. Mmn-io I'u bn Mm A. Se ..... .,.; .ii,-..,-tv fi-.mi ( ormanv. She101""-1 ...
inn made to make the "Nighl <>l
Stars" Monday nexl a real suc-
cess. As Mrs. Morris Rubin, Mrs. A. Sei-
den, Mrs. Jack Simon. Mrs. Sam
Silverstein, Mrs. Lawrence Sha-
piro, Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, Mrs. ^ ...,.ho^ <
San, Weisell, Mrs. Nal Zalka, Mrs. ^^ m nQj contrlbuUng man youth to Pale
Milton Travers, Mrs. Isaac- Levin. m mmly getUllg ,)ar.
Mrs. .i. B. Margolis, Mrs. Henry B. jn enterUlnmen, the, could
jWilliams. Mrs Gerald .!. Lew-. elsewhere."
M S. Max Shaff, Mrs. I. WolkOW- The ^^ m oMou> (he
Sky, Mrs. Herman Wall. Mrs. Leon- ^ |le,.ossar). (;r,.aU.r
rd ''"" M Bert Eames, Mrs. M|am| |(,hs_ mUmia weH M
Ada Wertheimor, Mrs. Norm:. ffrd 1(, neglectIAinca. Bne w. "'''-'
Marcus. Mrs. Lil Chtotog. Mrs. ^ ^ th(,r fl ar and saw ati first hand the
Reggie Goldstein, Mrs. Alice Apte, process of rehabilitation of Mr-
Mrs. Sylvia Miller, Mrs. Martha m ^ m^ a, ,,. 0,ymp man Jewish children. She has
Spiegelman and Miss Adele Segall. ; M(m(|a night. | studied at the I niveisity Ol l.er-
Thi- Miami Beach section of the lin, where she specialized in psv
,1 Benny Fields. Gomez and Winona,
am directly lrom Germany, sin
nun ""'". Georaes Metaxa, Ramon and Re-
is here in this country on a -peak /
., ..... ,.f Vnnih nita. h.uiu e llealeyand Nick Long,
ina lour in the interests ol \out.i
h> Aliyah, the transferring of Ger-
the leading German women pro-
moting the project. Frail Levy-
Stein has during the past three
years visited a number of coun-
tries, including Denmark, Sweden.
Jr., Terry Lawler, Mare Plant, Bob
Ripa, Jean Sargent, Gali-Gali, B.
B. B., Howard Brook-, the La
\a re Bi -.. Gofi and Kerr,
Gwynne an I C mpany, Bi ck, Mel-
L( n and B ;-. Murray an I Alan.
Roberta Sherwood, Don Lanning,
tiles, IIICIUUIIIX I eiim.ii n, ^... -, ...I....
Holland, Hungary, Canada and S. "Bunny HaUow Adnenne A.ndi.
Africa. She was in Palestine last
The Miami Beach section of the
business nun's division, headed by
Sol Goldstrom, includes a number
, active workers in Miami Beach.
Among those who -ire assisting Mr.
3oldstrom are the following: Stan-
,v Hodes, Harry Zuckernick. Dave
Emmer, Milton Weiss, Melvin '
Richard, Moe Fenster, Carl Gard-
ner, Herman Barnett and Sol Hor-
se it z.
The business men's division of
miiiiHHiiiiiiHiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiimiiin
Miami is now being organised un-
der the leadership of Mark Max.
The hotel division is headed by
Joseph N. Morris and Harry Sir-
kin.
The apartments division is head-
ed by Harry Simonhoff, Archibald sent to Palestine and placed ... the
Slatoff. Lee Kisenstein and Morris corner stone of the new Hebrew
. (Continued on Page '.)
lin, where she specialized in psy-
chology. He. ability to jrive graph
ic .a.-ts interestingly and movingly,
;1 ded by B vivid personality and
fine voice, make Frau Levy-Stein
B speaker of exceptional merit.
At the meeting next- Tuesday a
Hadassah scroll will Ik- sinned by
all paid meiuebers. this scroll to be
and many others. Mr. Sullivan is
gathering a complete list of per-
former- just as fast as he can gel
around to the various clubs. He
itated that every star in the Met-
ropolitan Miami area will appear
next Mi.inlay.
Tickets may be purchased al the
Reichenback real estate office, 821
Washington ave., Miami Beach, and
at the Olympia Theatre box of-
fice. All proceeds from .he affair
will be distributed between the
Jewish Welfare Bureau of Great-
r Miami and the Theatre Author-
.ty, Inc., which controls eleven
charities for the theatre.


Page Two
THE JBWI8H PLORIDIAN
Friday, February 12, 1937
Preparations for one of the most
interesting events locally have
been made for Sunday evening,
February 14th, nt Beth David Syn-
agogue, beginning at 8 o'cloak,
when a Safer Torah, presented by
Mr. and Mra. Harry Simons, will
be officially accepted by the Jun-
ior Congregation, Stanley C. My-
ers, pasl president of the syna-
gogue, will preside. Mr. Harry
Simons will make the presentation
address and the Safer Torah will
be formally arc-pled by Peritz
Scheinberg, pr< sident of the Jun-
ior Congregation. Greetings will
be extended by Rabbis Jacob H.
Kaplan. Abraham Kellner and Col-
man Zwitman on behalf of the lo-
cal synagogues. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will speak on behalf of Beth
David. Cantor Louis Dayman will
sing vocal selections, accompanied
al the piano by Miss Marion Freed.
Following the ceremonies, all will
go to the Talmud Torah Hall,
where the off cers of the Junior
Congregation will be installed. A
social hour will follow and re-
freshments will be served. The
public is invited to attend.
+
An important meeting of the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation will be
held at the Synagogue Tuesday
evening, February 16th, beginning
at 8 o'clock. Progress of the an-
nual dance and ball to be held on
March "th at the Floridian hall
will be reported. All members and
friends are urged to attend.
a
The National Council of Jewish
Juniors will hold a Valentine day
dance at the Alcazar Hotel Sun-
day, February l 1th, beginning at
:' o'clock. A gala program of en-
tertainment will be presented. The
public is urged to attend.
* *
The public i- 'old ally invited
to be present at the musicale and
bridge which Junior Hadassah is
holding on Wednesday evening,
March 3rd, at the Alamac Hotel,
Collins ave. at Thirteenth
Miami Beach, at 8 o'clock, Othe
card games than bridge will be
available for guests.
hi,- < Iromer is acting as
.airman [or the musicale and will
pri sent a number of o
on her program.
Mi-.- Ethel Wax i- headi
committee in chai.. i t at
mi nt foi coi ds. Prize will be of-
fered for winners. Tickets arc 75
cents an.i may be obtained from
Miss Wax or any member of her
committee, who arc Miss Hen New-
ell. Miss Irene Goldberger, Mi.-- Ids
Engler, Miss Eddie Adler, Mis-
Terry Satlow ami .Mrs. Evelyn
Gordon. Reservations if desired
may be made with Miss Wax,
3-6151.
The quotas of the Miami unit of
Junior Hadassah have been raised
this year by the national admin-
will meet with Howard Schwartz
officiating as junior rabbi. The
public is invited.
*
During ti.e winter months an
orthodox minyan will be conducted
at the home of Mrs. Anna Mankas,
3409 X. W. Twelfth ave., to ac-
istration, and the musicale and, At the Miami Jewish Orthodox and many cities in Poland. In this ijcommodate those tourists who are
bridge is one of a series of events Congregation, 1546 S. W. Third st.. country they have been acclaimed Sabbath observers and cannot walk
which Junior Hadassah is having Morris and Bernard Epstein, 28- by audiences in Chicago. Montreal to any local synagogues.
to meet these additional sums.
"Spinoza's Conception of God"
year-old twin cantors of New and Canada. They are under the
York, will chant the services Fri- management of Mr. S. Kauffman
day, Feb. 12th, at 6 o'clock at the of New York, who brought the well
early service... Friday evening at'known Cantor Menashele to Miami
last year. Tickets may be ob-
prior to
was the topic of Dr. Wolfsonslec- Bs80oWocfc .,, the iBte ,,,,,, a.|
ture before the Spinoza Group last s.,lm.(,.iv moring services begin-'tained at the synagogue
Saturday. Next Saturday at 2 P-Inmg .,, ,, ,,,],,<, Wl,en tne tradi-1sundown Friday evening.
coup will meet again at lio|ia| |iturgical S(.,.vicc, wil] bt. ob.
m. thi
L06SI Collins
ave., corner of Elev-
enth st., Miami Beach, to hear the
opera "Manon." At 8:30 Dr. Ab-
raham Wolf-on will -peak on "The
Hun.an Mind and Its Relation to
the Body." General discussion fol
lows the lei fire.
Mr. Leo Rottenberg of Prov
dence, R. L, and Mr. William Sha-
piro of Jacksonville. Fla.. are the
house guests Of Mr. William Sha-
piro and Mrs. Morris Pepper.
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will
preach on "Mother Zion" at the
late Friday evening services to-
night at the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation at 8:80 o clock.
The celebrated twin cantors. Mor-
ris and Bernared Epstein, will
chant the early Friday evening
service.- at 6 o'clock and sing sev-
eral selections at the late services.
Saturday morning services begin
at D o'clock.
The weekly public speaking class
of the Senior Council of Jewish
Women will be held this afternoon
at o'clock at the Mayflower Ho-
tel, with Mrs. Isidor Weinstein In
charge. Mrs. Henry M. Marks will
speak on home and school CO-op-
ei at on; Mrs. Harry Marcu will
served. Sunday afternoon at 4:30
they will be beard in a concert of
liturgical numbers, operatic arias
and Yiddish folk SOngS. The nom-
inal r Imission charge of one dol-
lar will include admission to all
services and the Sunday afternoon
Concert. The young men who are
native's of New York City received
EPSTEIN BROTHERS
Twin Cantors
(heir training there and in Europe
and have established a splendid
A hand knit Afghan made by
Mrs. M. L. Marcus out of wool do-
nated by the .Mark Store, will be
awarded to the winner on March
3rd, the proceeds to be used for
the Jewish Welfare Bureau and
Temple Israel Sisterhood. All in-
terested are urged to contact Mrs.
Marcus.
t ?
Charles Add man was named
temporary treasurer and Ralph
Ishor temporary secretary at B
meeting of the A. /,. A. Junior
B'nai B'rith organization held
Wednesday night at the home of
Mr. Nathan Adelman, president of
the local B'nai B'rith lodge. Mr.
Leo Eisenstein, head of the A. 7..
A. committee of the Miami B'nai
B'rith lodge, addressed the meet- j Roney Plaza Gardens at 1:80 p.m.
inc. All boys between the ages <>f|AII those who could not gain ad-
Hi and 21 are urged to communi-1 mission Wednesday and those hold-
Cate with members of the lodge for
the A. '/.. A. chapter, so they may
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
its twenty-first annual I'urim bal
on Thursday evening, February
26th, at the Mahl Shrine Temple,
1160 Biscayne blvd., beginning at
B:30 o'clock, when a gala evening
of entertainment will be provided.
Mrs. Dairy Oliphant is gem
chairman and is being assisted
Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz, ticket chair-
man; Mrs. Isidor Cohen, bazaa
chairman. and Mrs. M e y e
Schwartz, journal chairman. The
proceeds of this annual event will
be used for the Talmud Torah work
of the congregation.
* *
With an attendance of more than
1,300 at the fashion show spon-
sored Wednesday afternoon by th"
Senior Council of Jewish Women at
the Palm Island Club, the event
was marked by the unusual excel-
lency of the show and the splendid
response of the guests. As a re-
sult the show will be repeated next
Wednesday. February 17th, at the
be enrolled a- e barter members.
At the late Friday evening -civ-
ic.'- tonight at Beth David Syna-
gue Rabbi Max Shapiro will
reputation foi then interpretation preach on "The Greatest Romance
of the- liturgy in duet form, both ,,, History." based on Pranz Wer-
together throughout the
civici'. They have recentl) re-
turned from a tour of Europe, dur-
vhich they officiated at syn-
ing unused tickets are urged to
all* nd this coming Wednesday to
see the splendid show and enter-
tainment.

A special meeting of the fashion
show committee of the Council of
Jewish Women will be held Friday,
February 12th, tit 10:30 a. m. at
the home of Mrs. Aaron Reder,
-peak on Sigmund Freud and psy ., Paris, London, Wa
j -:-. and Mrs. John Ri
man will talk on current
invited to attend.
Cantor P. Pinchik, one of the
m the I
iday, who has
n mai kable ovation
ir, will be
> Beth Jacob Con-
on, M iami Beach, tomorrow
.. evening, Fcb-
ruarj 14th, at o'cloi k. Tonighi
omorrow In- will condu
traditi na vices and Sundaj
w II be heard in a con
cert including folk songs, liturgi-
cal numbers and operatic aria-. A
nominal admission charge is being
made.
fed's play. 'The Eternal Road."
Cantor Louis Dayman, assisted by 2:17" Prairie ave., Miami Beach.
Beth David choir, will chant th"
services. Saturday morning tic.
usual services begin at 8:30 a. m.
At 10:30 the Junior Congregation
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Friday, February 12, 1937
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
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Entered aeeond class matter July 4. 1H30. at the Pit Office at Miami, Florida,
under the Act ST. PETERSBURG WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN MRS. M. SCHREBNICK
Representative Representative
ORLANDO TAMPA
MRS. II. J. COHEN MRS. M. II. KISI.ER
Representative Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
Six Months ...................................................... ........ll.Cio
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FRIDAY, FEBRlARY 12. 1937
Vol. 10No. 7
Gentiles Only
In these days of the Good Will movement, understanding
between faiths and a closer welding of bonds between Amer-
icans, regardless of creed, it certainly seems remarkable that
signs and advertisements, 'Gentiles Only," still appear on the
fronts of apartment houses and in the columns of the daily
newspapers throughout this area, particularly in Miami
Hcach.
It is indeed a sad commentary on liberalism about which
so much has been talked about. It seems remarkable thai
the communities will spend thousands of dollars to invite
Jewish tourists and on their arrival flaunt insulting signs in
their faces.
Yet, what can we Jews say when the non-Jew casts into
our faces, "Your own Jews carry these '(.entiles Only' signs
on the apartments they own." Why criticize the non-Jews
when the Jews themselves are guilty of the very same of-
fense.
There is no true room for "(.entiles Only" signs in this
fcr years has been carrying the sign "Gentiles Only" on its
doors. During the past year this apartment was purchased
by a Jew. This gentleman, contrary to all human expecta-
tions, continues the same practice of renting to Gentiles only
and carrying the same offensive signs on his doors. This
very same individual, when interviewed at the Miami Beach
svnagogue. where he goes daily to the services, following the
removal of his Talis and Tefillin, and asked for a discontin-
uance of his obnoxious actions, replied. "That's business."
It is about time that men of this character be invited to
stav out of a synagogue. Their presence is only a defilement
of the House of God. True, pious and upright Jews, mindful
of their prayers and understanding their true content, would
not be guilty of such actions.
There is a pretty apartment house at Miami Beach which
area. There is no room for Jewish landlords guilty of such
practices anywhere within the Jewish fold.
Via Short Wave
The sensational collapse of the
far-flung enterprises of Ivar Kru-
ger, the Swedish financier, and his
subsequent suicide, was only a plot
by Morgan and the Rothschilds, ac-
cording to a new book on Krucger
just published in Stockholm .
The Nazis' anti-Semitism has cost
Germany the ownership of two
paintings valued at $750,000 .
Adolf Kotschau, appointed expert
of the Bonn Museum and Art- Gal-
lery by Goebbels in place of the
world famous Max Friedlander,
cleaned out what he said was rub-
bish Among the rubbish Was a
copy of Rembrand't "June," which
Kotschau sold for $350 The
purchaser took it to Holland, where
X is being offered for sale at $260,-
"00 as a genuine Rembrandt .
The other "piece of rubbish," a Bel-
lini copy, was disposed of for
$1,000 Now it's owned by Lord
Duveen, the celebrated .Jewish art
expert, and he's asking a cool half
million for it ... A monument- to
Belgium's Jewish World War hero,
General B rnheim, has been erect-
ed in the main .< |.iare of Brussels
. Numismatists a'/e .scrambling
for a B.'it sh hal -i enny piece bear-
ing the lieu I of ex-King Edward on
ne side an I a Mogen David on
the other The coin was minted
for circulation only in British West
Africa The Rothschilds are
financing the construction of a sub-
way in Prague The mining
town of Broken Hill. Australia,
which has only 30 .lews, boasts the
world's most isolated synagogue
. And. speaking of isolation, we
hear there's only one Jew in Ta-
hiti The British Royal Com-
mission has yet to complete its
hearings in London, but wild ru-
mors as to the nature of its report
are already making the rounds .
Jewish business men who backed
the election of M. Budsinski to the
Polish parliament on the under-
standing that he would defend Jew-
ish rights, are now suing him foi
obtaining campaign funds under
false pretenses Budzinski is
one of the ringleaders of anti-Se-
mitic agitation.
(Copyright, 1937, by Seven Ar's
Feature Syndicate)
MANY THANKS
DISTRICT GRAND LODGE NO. 5
B'NAI B'RITH
Office of the Secretary
120.1 East Cary Street, Richmond. Va.
February 9, 1937.
The Jewish Floridian,
P. 0. Box 2973,
Miami, Fla.
Gentlemen:
The officers and members of this District Grand
Lodge take occasion to pay tribute to you for the in-
valuable; support which you have rendered us in the
membership campaigns we have been, and are, con-
ducting in the various Florida communities.
Giving freely of your space, and providing the
necessary publicity for the purposes of the Order,
has achieved up to this writing the amazing result of
SIX HUNDRED (GOO) additional members in the
State.
Words but slightly express the deep sense of
gratitude evoked by your splendid help; it is hardly
within the power of our committee to adequately
acknowledge these services: the full compensation
must come to you in the realization of a good work,
well done.
With an added word of personal appreciation
and hopes that as a token of acknowledgment, this
record of your service may be brought to the at-
tention of those whom you seek to serve, I am, with
Lest respects and good wishes,
Sincerely yours,
(Signed) EDWIN L. LEVY,
Secretary.
Jewish News
Around the
World
Strictly
Confidential
Ililfsverein del Juden in Germany
. The Polish maid of a Jewish
Tidbits From Everywhere
By PHINEAS J. GIRON
You Should Know
Father Coughlin made a special
trip from Detroit to New York to
see "The Eternal Road" ... The
,. ,, -Knf it spectacle Like the wives of
radio priest will tell all about it '
over the air waves Leaders ] the other three Jewish geniuses re-
York and Brooklyn JtW- P"* f' **&*-** f'
American Jewry to Raise $4,500,00'!
for Palestine in 1 ;:*7
Washington. D. C. (WNS) With
the slogan. "A dollar for every Jew
friend of ours just quit her job jn America," the National Confer-
after reading about conditions in ence for Palestine brought its tWO-
Poland in I. J. Singer's "The Broth- (|av meeting to a close by unani-
eis Ashkenazi" Eleibe Lynn. mou8ly approving a quota of $4,-
who rose from understudy to the 500000 as American Jewry's 1987
role of the Alien Girl in "The Etcr- Bj,ara j i|. financing of Palestine
nal Road." is in private life the
wife of Benjamin Zemach. who
created the dances for the Biblical
,.f the New I"'1"-'-",; |hardt director; Franz Werfel, au- :'_,_,:
ish Federations of Charity are dc- """. opinio
,__,. thor, and Kurt Weill, composer ,,,,,,..
nvino- our renort of a merger ..' ,- ,,.,! KlI("
, Miss Lynn la herself an "alien
girl."
reconstruction, and adopting a res-
olution calling on the British gov-
ernment to do nothing to endanger
Jewish rights in Palestine. More
than 1,600 delegates, represent in'.;
2,000,000 Jews of every shade ion and including Orthodox,
m and Conservative elements
s well as Zionists and non-Zion-
ists, attended the conference,
which was convened by the United
Pale-tine Appeal in association
with 40 national Jewish organi/.a-
nying our report of a merger
They insist the joint campaign of I
the two agencies in 1937 is only a j
joint campaign But we still in-
sist' that a merger is in the offing Fourth Estate
The thirty applicants for the That New York Times cable
job of executive secretary of B'nai \ the Jewish situation in Poland was tions.
BVith have finally been sifted ; dated Berlin instead of Warsaw be. Highlights of the cont'd en.
down to ten But only four or i cause the Times' Warsaw corn- were a message from President
five of these are receiving serious i spondent. .P/.er/.y Shapiro, didn't Roosevelt acclaiming the "vitality
consideration Refugees in the want to lose his drag with the Pol- \ and vision of the Jewish pioneers
United States have organized the j ish government "Niv" is the in Palestine," and addresses cnam-
"Self-Help of German Emigres" to j name of a new Hebrew monthly pioning Jewish rights in Palestine
.ide aid for those of their num- edited and written exclusively by by Secretary of Agriculture Henry
prov
her who arc in need and to help
others re-establish their economic
existence ... All contributions will
go for direct aid, as friends of the
committee are underwriting admin-
istrative costs The word "Ze-
dakah" is the cable address of the
college and high school boys and
girls The Hebrew Youth
.Movement of America is the pub-
lisher And Habonini. the Zion-
ist pioneer youth, is issuing Habo-
neh, a new English
monthly.
Wallace and Senators Warren Aus-
tin of Vermont, George W. Morris
of Nebraska, Henry Cabot Lodge
of Massachusetts and Congressman
Hamilton Fish of New York. The
language' message from the president nails
as follows:
"Please convey my goon wishes
to the men and women gathering
in Washington for the National
Conference for Palestine, which has
been summoned by the United Pal-
estine Appeal. The American peo-
ple, ever zealous in the cause of
human freedom,have watched with
sympathetic interest the effort of
the Jews to renew in Palestine the
ties of their ancient homeland and
to re-establish Jewish culture in
the place where for centuries it
flourished and whence it was car-
ried to the far corners of the world.
This year marks the twentieth an-
niversary of the Balfour Declara-
tion, the keystone of contemporary
reconstruction activities in the
Jew sh homeland. Those two dec-
ades have witnessed a remarkable
exemplification of the vitality and
vision of the Jewish pioneers in
Palestine. It should be a source
of pride to Jewish citizens of the
United States that they, too, have
had a share in this great work of
revival and restoration. It gives
me great pleasure to semi all who
ale participating in your delivera-
tions my hearty felicitations and
warmest personal greetings."
In its resolution on the British
royal commission, which was pre-
sented to the British ambassador
by a special committee, the confer-
ence expressed the hope that the
commission in its findings would
bear in mind the fact that Pales-
tine is the hope of hundreds of
I thousands of harassed Jews in
! Eastern and Central Europe and
! that its report would be in the
1 "spirit of the nobility and broad-
I heartedness symbolized by the Bal-
four Declaration and through Eng-
1 land's acceptance of the mandate
over Palestine." The conference
also asserted the right of Jew
enter Palestine to the full extent
of the country's economic absorp-
tive capacity and to be permitted
to buy land freely, and emphasized
that the Jews have no desire to in-
terfere with the economic rights af
the A1 alis nor to dominate them,
hut seek harmonious co-operation
with them for the peaceful up-
building of the country. Confi-
dl nee in Ihe Jewish Agency and its
1 olic.es was also voiced.
The 1937 campaign will be di
1 cited by six national chairmen:
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, Dr. Israel
Goldstein, Louis Lipsky and Mor-
ris Rothenberg, all of New York;
Judge William M. Lewis of Phila-
delphia, and Rabbi Abba II. Sil-
ver of Cleveland. Honorary chair-
men will be: Dr. Cyrus Adler, Gov-
ernor Herbert II. Lehman, Miss
Henrietta Szold, Judge Julian W.
Mack and Alfred M. Cohen. The
conference gave its approval to
an agreement between the United
Palestine Appeal and the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, by which the
U. P. A. gets 40 per cent and the
J. D. C. 00 per cent of joint cam-
paigns held in those cities wl
there are Jewish welfare funds.
Start Now, Get
Rich for Life,
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$100,000 First PrizeOld
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Other Prizes
Go to the nearest dealer who
sells cigarettes ami ask him for a
set of official Old Gold Puzzle
Pictures together with full rules
and details about the contest. You
get these picture puzzles abso-
lutely free. Follow the instructions
carefully. There are no tricks or
Catches. Neatness does not count.
Don't delay. Enter the contest to-
day. Only your skill wins in this
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Rabhi Named Grand Chaplain of
New York Masons
New York (WNS)The office of
grand chaplain of Masons of the
grand lodge of the state of New-
York, vacant since the death of
the late Dr. S. Parkes Cadman,
has been filled by the appointment
of Rabbi William V. Rosenblum if
Temple Israel, New York City, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Jacob II. Klinck, most worshipful
grand master of Masons,


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THE JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN
Friday, February 12, 1937
WEEKLY PAYROLL
CAMPAIGN
Officially Closes
April 6
Time Is Money
Hurry! Hurry!
Campaign
Headquarters
Located ;it
2\ S. W. 2nd AVE.
Phone 2-11 II
THE JEWISH
j^unces~a Big
OFFERING A GOLW
During a Short Six and I
X.OOQoOO itt prizes and cii
MEM-WOMEN!
This campaign is open to everyone, either full or part time-
an early lead. Anybodyany placeno waiting. You are p
as large as you want to make
MONEY
You can'1 lose! We pay 20%
on all sub cription sales.
Don't lil this opportunity
Subscription Vote Schedule
FIRST PERIOD
Feb. 17 to March (i
1 > i-.. $2 2,000
2 Yrs., si 1,500
:: ^ rs.. Sli 10,000
1 Yrs.. $8 20
SECOND PKItlOl)
March 7 to March 2(1
1 Vr., 82 1,500
2 ^ rs., l: r,,:>im
:i > rs., Sfi
i > rs., 88
7,500 3 Vrs., .Sli
15,000 I Vrs., $S
THIRD PERIOD
March 20 to Close
1 Vr., S2 1,000
> Vrs.. SI 2,500
5,000
10,000
c
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t
5 Vrs., ski 50,000 ". Vrs., 810 37,500 .". Vrs., $10
25,000
FWeekly Payroll
COiOHT
PLAN IN BRIEF
The ohloct of this big "Weekly Payroll" Drive is two-fold. Primarily, to Increase the already large subscription
list of this newspaper; to collect arrearages and advance subscription payments from present or old subscribers,
.ind at the same time to afford Hie live wire, energetic men and women, boys and girls, of this territory an oppor-
tunity lo profit in a lilt! way through their spare lime during tlie nexl few weeks. So, It Is n plan that works
both ways, and to the ultimate good Of all concerned
In order to gain this end quickly nnd advantageously, the most attractive awards ever offered by tiny newspa-
per In this section have been made ready for distribution among those who participate most actively. Ambition
and energy are the only requisites for success,
Lei it he understood at the very outset that this Is not a "heauty" nor "popularity" contest, hut a strictly
legitimate competitive proposition for enterprising men and women, and one into which no element of chance
enters. Each active participant will receive a pay check every Saturday night, one feature of this drive is the
fact that "Everybody wins.'- There will be no losers.
HOW TO ENTER-WHAT TO DO
The first thing to do is to clip the Entry Coupon appearing below; fill in your name and address nnd mail
>r deliver to iJii- newspaper at once. This coupon entitles you, or the person whom you might wisli to enter
In 5,000 '!' ( redltS. These credits are given as a starter t" speed you on your way to win. Onlj one such Entry
i oupon will be accepted for each participant.
The ni scl step is m call or write the "Weekly Payroll" Department for a free working outfit. Tims equipped, you
: live bul !> Bee your friends and acquaintances and have them subscribe to this newspaper through you, That's all
there is tn it: However, yon will never gel anywhere unless you make the startthe earlier the better, once
stnrte i i one discourage you. Anything worth having Is worth striving for. Six and a half ahorl weeks
you may be several hundred dollars richer In purse.
HOW CREDITS ARE SECURED
it takes credits to win. and thej are secured in the following ways: Flrsl bj (lipping the Free Credit Cou-
pons in each Isst.....f this -newspaper. There is no llmli to the number of these couponi you mnv
ii- friends to save them for you. They all count Begin gathering them Now while they are good
for 100 i dits each. After nexl week these coupons will he reduced to 60 credits each. The following week to 10
credits, and after that they will he discontinued entirely. The snly restriction placed "ii these i.....pens is that
iiiej iiiu-i be easl before the expiration date.
The other, and much faster way to accumulate credits In this "Weekly Payroll" Drive Is by securing new
I renewal subscriptions to this newspaper. On each order secured credits are issued, the number varying
according to the amounl paid and during which "period" some are received at the "Weekly Payroll" Department
of this newspaper. (See schedule of credits below.)
EARLY START MEANS EASY FINISH
The advantages of an early start are manifest. This "Weekly Payroll" drive Is of such short duration that
immediate action Is necessary for success. Orders taken during the early part of the campaign carry the MAXI-
MUM number of credits. Then, too, the first In the field will undoubtedly get the "cream" of credits and sub-
tlons, while those who put off entering until a later date will have to take what Is left.
Don't lose valuable time "waiting to see what the other feiiow is going to do," but pitch right In and
show ihe "other fellow" how to do ltl
FIRST I
SEC0N1
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Enter Your Candidate
A special prize of $100.00 in (ASH will be paid the or-
; :ii/ation securing the greatest number of votes. Ask for
a ballot when you subscribe. I
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Good for 100,000 EXTRA Premium Credits
Not Good Attar First Waak of Waakly Payroll" Driva
Address
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when returned to the "Weekly Payroll" Department,
together with the first subscription you obtainnew
or renewal. Sign the nomination Wank, get or,e sub-
scriptlor, nnd start In thl.. race with more than 100,-
000 Credits. NOW IS THB TIME TO STABT.
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IV
Friday, February 12, 1937
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
I FLORIDIAN
HEN OPPORTUNITY
id One-Half Weeks' Drive
Subscription
WEEKLY PAYROLL
CAMPAIGN
Officially Opens
Feb. 16
Just a Few Short
Weeks of Effort
ish aars offered workers!
NOTICE
Call at
21 S. W. 2nd AVE.
Or Phone 2-1141
And a Representative
Will (all on You
costs you nothing to enter. Fill in the entry coupons and take
paid 20 per cent commissions on all sales reported. Get pay checks
1 them. ButDONT DELAY!
BOYS-GIRLS!
[
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Special Bonus Votes
A bonus of 0,000 votes to be given for each $20 in
sales; 500,000 bonus votes for each club of $(>0 completed.....
PRIZES
Enter now. The prizes are for
only six and one-half weeks' work.
T PRIZE
.00
PRIZE
EXTRA CASH AWARDS!
In addition to the fine prizes and commissions, the
workers whose votes total the largest April 6 will receive an
extra award of 50% for third 33 1/3% for fourth. 25% for
fifth and 15% for sixth place, added to their previous earn-
i*J,'s, respectively.
FvVfcekly Payroll"!
CO'TKlOMT
RULES AND REGULATIONS
yriCE
ee informa-
nt supplies
I ask for
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gn Manager
^teekly PayroTrf?
Entry Coupon
GOOD FOR SOOO FREE CREDITS
Address .........................................
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"Weekly Payroll" Participant.
1. No salaried employee ot tills newspaper Is eli-
gible to enter this competition.
2. Any reputable man or woman residing in this
city or surrounding territory is eligible to enter this
drive and compete for awards and weekly nay checks.
3. The winners ol the awards will be decided by
their earned credits, said credits being represented by
ballots issued on cash collections and coupons clipped
from this newspaper.
I. Participants In this drive are not confined to
theii own town or community In which to secure
subscriptions, but muy take orders anywhere in this
section: or, for that matter, anywhere else.
5, Credits are free. It costs the subscribe) nothing
extra to cast credits for a favorite participant. Credits
must be asked for at the time of paying subscrip-
tions, otherwise subscribers waive this privilege.
(>. Credits are not transferable Participants can
not withdraw in favor of anothei participant Should
a participant withdraw from the race, his or her
credits will be cancelled. Neither will it be permis-
sible fen participants to give or trensfei subscriptions
to anothei participant Credits on BUCh transferred
subscriptions will be subject to disqualification ut the
discretion of the management
I. Any collusion on tin part ot participants to nul-
lify competition, or any oilier combination formed to
the detriment of "Weeklj Payroll'" participants or
this newspapei will not be tolerated. Any participant
taking part in such combination Btandi liable to for-
feit all right to a prize or commission.
8. All credits issued on ballots may be held In
reserve and cast at the discretion of participants or
this newspaper. The free credit coupons appearing
from time to time In the paper must be cast before
the expiration date.
9. In event oi a tie for any one of the awards, a
I prize identical in value will be given each tying par-
ticipant.
10. Participants In this drive are authorized agents
of this newspnper, but It Is understood and agreed
that they will be responsible for all money collected
and will remit such amounts In full on regular report
days to the "Weeklj Payroll" Department
11. No statement or promise made by my repre-
sentative or participant varying from the rules and
Statement appearing in the columns of this newspa-
per will be recognized by the publisher.
1Z In case oi typographical or other errors it Is
understood that neithei the publisher nor "Weekly
Payroll" manage! shall be held responsible except to
make tin necessary correction upon discovery of same.
13. ACTIVE participants will be paid a twentj per
cent cash commission ($1.00 out oi every $5.00 col-
lected) on all subscription money turned In to their
account each week. It is distinct)] understood how-
ever, that in the event anj participant becomes IN-
ACTIVE, falling to make a regular cash report, lie or
she will, at the discretion ot the management become
disqualified and thereb] forfeit all right to an award
or an extra commission.
14. It is understood and agreed that the winners ol
major awards will consider their weekly pay checks
in the light of an "advance," which is refundable
upon presentation ol prize.
15. To insure absolute fairness In the awarding of
prises, the race will bp brought to a close with a
sealed ballot l>"X I Hiring the entire last "period" of
the drive a ballot l">x -locked and sealed -will re-
pose in tb*' vaults of a local bank, where partici-
pant! urn their friends may depo-it their final col-
lect!..... "id reserve credits, In (his way, no one
not evi the Campaign Managercan possibly know
the actuu Strength of the various participants, which
precludes any possibility of favoritism and insures
fairness to the minutest degree.
16. Twenty-five thousand credits will be given each
workei for ever; 6-year subscription or its equiva-
lent turned in during their first week of the cam-
paign, and liming the third week of the drive, hai.",
as many extra credits will be given on same basis.
17. To each "Weekly Payroll" participant who earns
as much as $50.00 during their first week of the cam-
paign, tills newspaper will give an extra bonus of $20
cash.
18. Five thousand extra credits will be given to"
each participant who makes a cash report each Tues-
day, Thursday and Saturday nights.
19. This newspnper guarantees fair and impartial
treatment to all participants, but should any ques-
tion arise, the decision of the management will be
absolute and final.
20. In becoming a member of this "Weekly Payroll"
Campaign participants agree to abide by the above
conditions.
|SM


Page Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, February 12, 1937
Hiii ui I iii ii House* in Trunkolasy rebuilt with funda made
availulilc l>y the Joint Distribution Committee
Society
The Ladies'Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau will hold its
regular monthly meeting Monday
afternoon, February 15th, at 2
o'clock at the Alamac Hotel, Miami
Beach, with Mrs. Muriel Miller of
New York City, executive secre-
tary of the National Council of
Jewish Women, as the guest speak-
er. Her subject will be "Philan-
thropy." Mrs. Ralph N'eufeld, pres-
ident of the Miami section of the
council, will present the speaker.
Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, program
chairman, will introduce Mrs. To-
bias Simon, who will give a read-
ing, and Mrs. Essie Shaeffer, who
will render several violin selections.
Greeting the guests will be Mrs.
Benjamin I.eYine, chairman of hos-
pitality, and Mesdames M. L. Mar.
cus, William Uhfelder and J. A.
Richtcr. The organization requests
rhat those having cast-off cloth-
ing or other useful articles con-
tribute them to the rummage store
operated by the organization at 167
\. \V. Fifth st. A call to Mrs. L.
I. Hart/., who is in charge, or Mis.
Ida Optner will bring someone for
the bundles,
* *
Preparations for the reception
being tendered by the Ladies' Aux-
iliary ui' tlie Miami Jewish Ortho-
iliix Congregation to Rabbi and
Mis. Abraham A. Kellner for Sun-
Mr. Moe Harris of New York is
spending several weeks in Miami
Beach.

The United Order of True Sisters
League in Aid of Crippled Chil-
dren is sponsoring a benefit bridge
and games at 2 p. m. Tuesday, Feb-
ruary lfith, at Hotel Helene, Fif-
teenth st\ and Michigan ave. Re-
freshments and prizes. Entertain-
ment by South and Lane, from the
New York Rainbow Room will be
offered.
Mrs. R.se Freund, chairman of
arrangements; Mrs. Ethyle Na-
than, co-chairman; Mrs. Florence
Bacher, publicity; Mrs. Mathilda
Koref, Mrs. Maurice Rubenstein,
treasurers; Mrs. Mary Susorek,
Jewish News
Around the
World
i town Miami.
Arlene Judge and Sally Rand
are among those who have been | secretary; Mrs. Ruth Lyon, silence
guest stars at the track, and Jake committee.
Sher has announced that the track |
will have many more sensational
attractions before the meeting is
completed.
One of the features presented
have been three-dog match races,
which are probably the most thrill-
ing of all races, next to the hurdle
races, which are staged only at
West Flagler nightly.
Being but ten minutes from al-
most anywhere in .Miami, grey-
hound enthusiasts can leave t-he;r
homes at 8 o'clock in the evening
and reach the track in plenty of
time for the first race. The daily
double at West Flagler is on the
first and third races.
Buses leave Burdine's First st.
entrance at short intervals each
night, while the West Flagler
street car is met by a shuttle bus.
Motorists can use either West
Flagler st. or X. E. Seventh st.
Both are arterial highways.
New YorkFor the first time in
history a Jewish women's religious
group will hold a national conven-
tion completely independent of its
affiliated men's groups when the
nineteenth annual convention of
the Women's League of the United
Synagogue convenes in Pittsburgh
on Sunday, February 28th. for its
three-day sessions at the Hotel
Schenley. Under the leadership of
Mrs. Samuel Spiegel, the Women's
League will concern itself with the
problems facing traditional Juda-
ism in America and the part Amer-
ican Jewish womanhood can play
n its perpetuation and growth.
Featuring the convention will be
two symposiums on the subjects:
hosiery workshop set up by the Joint Distribution Committee
in Prsytyk aflcr the anti-semitic excesses had destroyed the
opportunity of these people to earn a livelihood
voted to a celebration of the semi-
centennial of the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary of America, at which
Philadelphia; Max Kpstein, Chica-
go; Louis E. Kirstein, Boston; Gov-
ernor Herbert H. Lehman, New
Dr. Cyrus Adler, president of the, York; James N. Rosenberg, New
seminary, will be the speaker. The York; Aaron Waldheim, St. Louis,
banquet in the evening will be de-
voted to the theme, "Religion in
Our American Democracy." An-
other luncheon will beheld on Tues-
day following a report by the reso-
lutions committee.
.1. I). C. Sets Quota of si.,-,11.11011
for 1937 Campaign
Pittsburgh (WNS)The 1937
campaign of the Joint Distribution
Committee will seek to raise in the
United States and Canada the sum
of $4,650,000 for aid to Jews over-
seas, an increase of more than $1,.
000,000 over the 1936 goal of $3,-
500,000, it was announced at a
and M. C. Sloss, San Francisco.
Paul Baerwald, New York; William
Rosenwald, Philadelphia, and Dr.
Jonah B. Wise were chosen co-
chairmen with the ^following as
vice-chairmen: James H. Becker,
Chicago; Leon Falk, Jr., Pitts-
burgh; Salmon P. Halle, Cleveland;
Meyer L. Prentis, Detroit, and
William J. Shroder, Cincinnati. Je-
rome J. Rothschild, Philadelphia,
was chosen treasurer; Joseph C.
Hyman, New York, secretary; Mor-
ris C. Troper, New York, comptrol-
ler, and Isidor Coons, New York,
campaign director.
Mr. Coons reported to the meet-
ing that 1,100 cities and towns in
meeting of the plan and scope com. the United States and Canada had
mittee. Of the sum sought for contributed a gross total of $2,-
1937 the JDC allotted $2,150,000 801,000 to the J. D. C. campaign in
for work in Poland, Roumania and 1986. The resolution adopted by
other Fast European countries, the meeting emphasized that the
At the Miami Beach Young Ju- "The Sisterhood as an Educational I$1,300,000 for work in Germany and committee "has given anxious
dea meeting on Monday, February Agency" and "Trends in Present 8850,000 for aid in the refugee thought to the increasingly desper-
8th, at the home of Mrs. Hugo Day Religious Observance." countries. Felix M. Warburg was ate situation of many sections of
Shonberg, Miss Mascha Uncles was The presidential report to be named chairman of the campaign tie Jewish population in Eastern
appointed chairman of "A Junior presented by Mrs. Samuel Spiegel
Night of Stars." a big event being and the two symposiums feature
planned by this croup for the near the program schedules for Sunday,
future. February 28th. Monday morning
All girls between the ages of ten "ill he devoted to organizational
day evening. February 21st, at the and sixteen, who are'interested in problems and round table discus-
and the following were chosen hon- [and Central Europe" and that the
orary chairmen: Dr. Cyrus Adler, j JDC "is called upon to continue
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion are in charge of a committee
headed by Mrs. Lou i Kotkin. who
is being assisted by members and
officers of the auxiliary. Promi-
nent speakers will convey greet-
ings of the city to the guests of
honor. Full details will appear in
our next issue.
* *
With half of the 90-night meet-
ing completed, the success of the
We-t Flagler Kennel Club, which
is owned and operated by Jacob
Sher and William Huntley, popu-
lar Miamians, has been the talk
of the town.
Although West Flagler has al-
ways been Miami's most popular
Greyhound track, the crowds which
have been attending this year have
been enormous.
Good racing and outstanding at-
tractions and also extremely fine
prices have attracted thousands
upon thousands to the racing oval,
which is but three miles from down-
V Serving7 M
'Florida's Finest
American-Jewish
Dinner"
ST. REGIS
RESTAURANT
446 COLL1N/ AVE.
MIAMI
OtACH
participating are urged to be at sions will be held on religious ed-
the audition Monday, February 15,
at 7:30 o'clock, at the home of Mis;
Fddie Adler, '.'""', Euclid ave., Mi-
ami Beach.
ucation of the child, adult educa-
tion and the sisterhood program,
membership and ways and means.
A luncheon on Monday will be de-
AI
GREYHOUND LINES
FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION DU C 1 Q1 O
A. NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM 1 II. OmLOLi
GRKYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH
515 Washington Avenue
On
Savings
EACH ACCOUNT INSURED UP TO
$5,000
MONEY AVAILABLE ON FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS FOR
REFINANCING. PURCHASING OR BUILDING PURPOSES
|/ AND LOAK ASSOCIATION QF MIAMI J
GROUND FLOORCONGRESS BI.DG.
10!) N. E. Second Avenue
Resources Over $1,500,000.00
'
S. KAUFFMAN
Presents
The Internationally Famous
EPSTEIN BROTHERS
Twin Cantors
Officiating Simultaneously in Duet Arrangement
At Sacred Services
FRIDAY. FEB. 12, AT 6 AND 8:30 1.
SATURDAY MORNING. FEB. 13
M.
CONCERT
Sunday. Feh. 14. at 4:30 P. M.
at the
Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation
1545 S. W. Third Street
MIAMI
TICKETS, INCLUDING ALL SERVICES AND
CONCERT, ONLY $1.00
FOR YOUR OWN SAKE
Buy at
SCHUBERTH'S
Fish and Oyster Co.
Your Choice of
FRESH SEA FOODS
Wholesale aad Retail
"LOW PRICES"
S. W. CORNER
FLAGLER ST.
BRIDGE AND
MIAMI RIVER



Friday, February 12, 1937
THE JEWISH FI ORIDIAN
Page Seven
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN RABBI COLMA.N A./WITMAN
699G Albacore Drive 530 N. E. -list St.
Miami Beach 5-9875 Miami 2-9548
One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morn-
ing throughout the year.
CONGREGATIONAL
This Friday evening at the reg-
ular services at 8:15 Dr. Kaplan
will speak on the portion of the
law treating a very important con-
temporary problem. The subject
of his address will be "What Do
the people Want?" Rabbi Zwit-
man will conduct the services, after
which a reception sponsored by the
Sisterhood will be given in Kaplan
Hall.
The hostesses at last Friday
evening's reception were Mrs. H.
C. Feibelman, Mrs. Louis Strauss
and Mrs. Morris Dubler.
Next Friday evening Madame
Yetka Levy-Stein will speak from
our pulpit on the world scene to-
day, with especial emphasis on the
Palestinian situation. Advance no-
tices on Madame Stein's tour of
the country indicate that Miami
will have a real spiritual treat in
this lecture of Madame Stein.
I RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
At the services of the Religious
school last Sunday morning, which
were conducted by Marcia Kohl,
the birthdays of the following were
celebrated: Jack Rubin, Edward
( hentoff, Sybil Cowen and Melvin
Kate.
The archaeological expedition at
Kadesh Barnea, which is being led
by Prof. Nelson Glueck, was the
subject of the morning assembly,
and each child received an individ-
ual envelope in which to place his
or her contribution for the support
of this project, which is being un-
Uertaken by all the Religious
schools under the supervision of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations.
A Purim dinner and entertain-
ment for the children is being
planned by our Religious school
board. The chairman of this af-
fair will be Mrs. Prank Perlman.
A meeting of the commirte -
representing the confirmation and
the post-confirmation classes was
held last Sunday noon. Plans for
the formation of a youth organi-
zation were discussed and a ten-
tative date for a young people's
dance to be given on Saturday
evening, February 27th.
most' successful convention in our
history, were of inestimable bene-
fit to Philadelphia ami to the stat.
at large. No one has ever que--
tioned Mr, Greenfield's ability to
make this great historical observ-
ance another success. American
citizens arc American citizens,
whether born in this country or
elsewhere, and are entitled to the
same rights and privileges. I have
not in the past, and shall not in
the future, permit any considera-
tion of lace or religion to illflu- |
once my judgment in the appoint-
ment of men t'o positions of public
trust. To (Id so would In' un-
American and unpatriotic."
Mr. Greenfield's appointment
was approved by the Pennsylvania
Historical Commission and by Fed-
eral Judge Albeit W. Johnson, for-
mer national president of the I'a-
c i>ider S ins of America,
GENERAL
o----------------------------------------------------o
In addition to the Friday eve-
ning services there are many ac-
tivities which take place at Temple
Israel, anil we would like to call
the attention of parents to these
undertakings.
Every Tuesday evening at 8:00
o'clock there is a rehearsal of the
young people's choir. About twen-
ty boys and girls ranging from
the ages of 13 to 17 have been
coming regularly and have been
rehearsing traditional hymns and
Hebrew chants and responses for
the past three months. Aljy boy
Or girl above the age of L3, who
s interested in an organization of
that type, should be encouraged to
join our choir. During the month
of March the choir will make its
formal appearance at one of the
Friday evening services.
Both the rabbis have been de-
voting Thursday afternoons to
those children who are interested
in Hebrew studies. Biblical texts
as well as modern Hebrew are of-
fered as courses of instruction, but
the response to date has not been
what it' should be. These courses
are offered free of any tuition
charges whatsoever to the children
of our members, and each parent
should encourage his child to sac-
rifice at least one afternoon a week
for a study which we are told and
exhorted to continue "yomom VO-
loilo," both day and night.
Rabbi Abraham Schwartz. Ortho-
dox Leader. Dead
Baltimore, Md. (WNS)- Rabbi
Abraham \. Schwartz, founder of
the Baltimore Hebrew Talmudical
Acadt my and one of the best known
Orthodox rabbis in the United
Stales, is dead here at the age of
65. A native of Lithuania, where
he headed the Krakai Ycshiva,
Rabbi Schwartz came to the United
States in 1906 and occupied a pul-
pit in New London, ('mm., until
1908. In that year he was called
to Baltimore, where he became a
leader in educational and religious
work. He was one of the founders
of the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Rabbis and a member of the exec-
utive of the World Agudath Israel.
His son. Dr. Joseph Schwartz, is
executive director of the Brooklyn
Federation of Jewish Charities.
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THE JEWISH FLOUIDIAN
Friday, February 12, 1937
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
The Royal Commission Depurls
St. Petersburg
Notes
i
Friday evening services at Con-
gregation B'nni Israel will be held
Iheir political rights, of course, 8 o'clock. Rabbi Baumel will of-
that bit of evidence about the Tern- fic,ate a,ul wi" s>'ilk "Th''
pic of Solomon descends to a depth Sanctuary." Saturday morning's
of crude silliness that ought to de- *<'rmon will be on "Kinds of De-
feat Itself. Bui when has the crude nations." Sunday evening at 8
j silliness of any accusation against o'clock the Judaic Council will pre-
The Royal Commission has by the Jewish people ever defeated it- "'"' :1" "ten' hour entertain-
now left Jerusalem. It is credibly I self ? Silliness works; slapstick mv,n "<1 package party, at which
:eported that its findings will not | farce works, as in that recent .able ,in,(' ,h<' lon8 anticipated urn set-
he published until after the coro-1 concerning the Arabs'complaint of '" he awarded. All the proceeds
nation in May. All but the last the scarcity and high price of wives. "f thl" evening will be for the build-
By LUDWIG I.EWISOHN
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the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
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in part strictly forbidden. Any
infringement will be prosecuted.
n singing the ancient Hebrew folk
songs.
few sessions were, through the ab-
stention of the Arabs, devoted to
hearing Jewish evidence. That ev-
idence was presented by a group
The damnable Jews paid such high in*-' funi1 "f the synagogue,
prices for land that the sellers had
money for from six to a dozen
wives. Now a poor honest good
of men from Dr. Wei'/.manii on. who j patriotic Arab can't afford a wife.
are by character and training, bylThey used to be $160 apiece; they
theil very inner structure, incap-
able of consciously trying to make
the worse appear the better rea-
son. We all know that such men
exist; we all know that these nun
of the Jewish Agency are men of
'hit k. nd. With dignity, with thor-
oughness, with precise accuracy
they presented the Jewish case on
its political and economic side.
now come al 8600 and over. Damn
the Jews Meanwhile another
group of utterly desperate yoUllg
Jews began a march from Poland
to Palestine and again the Polish
police d spersed them a tew miles
from Will saw. You have read of
Wednesday evening, February
17th, at 7 o'clock, a banquet will
be launched at the synagogue for
the opening of the United Pale*
t'ne Appeal and the Joint Distri-
bution Committee campaign. The |
c|uota for St. Petersburg is $10,000.
Among the speakers of the cveiiin ;
will be Rabbi Max Shapiro of
Miami, Rabbi Morris Baumel, Fa- ;
ther J. J. O'Riordan, Mr. Joseph
the Children's Crusade, over which Shenker, Mr. Ilyman M. Jacobs and
SO many sympathetic tears have Others.
been shed throughout the ages'
The Temple Sisterhood met last
week in the Temple home, Mrs. I. j
L. Kaplan, vice-president, presid-
ing in the absence of Mrs. L. P.
Lippman, president.
Following the business meeting '
an interesting program was given,
participated in by Mrs. Leonard II. A stirring drama of small town
Grunthal, president of the Tri- higotry and intolerance, the War-
State Federation of Temple Sister- ner Bros, production. "I Married
hoods, who reported on her attend-; Doctor," opens at the Seventh
ance last month of the national Avenue Theatre Sunday,
convention in New Orleans, and The picture is based on a novel
Miss Beatrice I'eiser, who spoke on by Sinclair Lewis which caused a
, urrent events. j furor throughout the country by
Mrs. Hack. I announced that- the 1 exposing the cruelties resultant
Jewish (enter will sponsor a
I'urim Suda and dance the night
of February 28th. Mrs. 11. Weiss
was placed in charge of the sale
of tickets, and the Daughters of
Israel will cater the dinner. Miss
Ethel Joel and Mrs. M. Wexler are
chairmen of this committee. Mrs.
(). Magezis reported that a sale
w II be conducted for the benefit
of the Hebrew school and everyone
was asked to co-operate.
Once or twice they sought to pre-.'Who sheds bears for our children' Miss Jennie Sierkese of the Tal-
sent also the all-important moral j that ought to he safe and at home bihassee College for Women was
Side. For that the representatives in the land of their fathers? Who? 'he week-end guest of her parents.
of England had no ear.
Worse than no ear. The tele-
graph agencies report that during
one of the final days when the
Arabs were giving evidence, it was
said by some witness that the Jews
throughout the world loved Pales-
tine. Whereupon Lord Peel (who
seems to pride himself on a sar-
donic touch) is said to have said:
-Too much!" Whereupon the au-
dience roared With laughter. One
understands, of course, the icy
sense of superiority to all passioi
or. at least, to all show of passion
which the two words of the Eng-
lish gentleman were meant to con-
vey. One doesn't, you know, do or
say certain things. Well, that in-
sular and provincial narrowness of
mind and heart caused Lord Peel to
make one of the most vulgar and
ill-ln cd remarks in history. A m in
is crucified; an innocent man is
crucified; he groans. One of the
Roman soldiers says icily: "What
tunny sounds he makes!" And the
other soldiers laugh loud, long,
empty laughs. I/ird Peel is a
Chris, ian and an aristocrat. 1
make him a present of the analogy.
The Arab evidence was tawdry
and trivial substance, though brash
Let us not, therefore, expect that Ml- :""' Mr8' A- Sierkese, together
the report of the Royal Commission 'ith a friend, Miss Ruth Rubin of
will be according to the facts; let Miami,
us not expect that it will be ac-
Ml". James Debenes of merry In-
diana was the guest of his mother,
.Mrs. I loosener.
cording to the principles or the
lights involved. For were it to ie
according to either the facts or
the principles, according to either
the quality of our work done in Ml- a"(l M,s- s- Schwartz of 4U
.'alestine or the spirit of the char- Ninth st.. south, are receiving con-
fer given us by the nations to do gratulations on behalf of their son.
.hat work, the report would have Benjamin, as attorney at law.
to be one hundred per cent en-
dorsement of the Jewish Agency
and the Zionist world organization
is instrumentalities of the Jewish
pei pie's self-redemption and 't
would have to be a condemnation
Jacksonville News
Tampa Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kaufman of
New York, formerly of Tampa,
have announced the engagement of
their daughter, Charlotte, to Ely-
man Matline of New York. The
marriage will take place in the
m ar future.
The annual I'urim carnival of
the auxiliary of Rodoph Sholom
synagogue will be held February
28th in the school rooms of the syn.
agogue. The Sunday school chil-
01 en will give a I'urim play and Hutchinson have
a king and queen will be crowned.
Mrs. A. R. Berger is chairman of
arrangements, assisted by Mrs. Ben
leads, he being a country doctor
who takes his city bred bride to
his small home town where she im-
mediately arouses a jealous and
Month for the Jacksonville chap- y .. MnTRa Mttar antagonism amonK th<" wom-
ol Arab pseudo-political brigand- ter of Hadassah, and the occasion .. u\ \v u In t ''" l,l,cause th*ir husbands and
age, murder, myth-mongering. dis- w| ,. niai.k,1 hv ..thrif, ,,.,,.. Ju"1" Mack.wUI_ad- 8Weethearts are attracted by her
>".....' the peace and increa-. ,. ,,,., ,,v thl, (.hilll we,_ | ^ ** ^f* "jf"^^ | & and wit.
... I llaimovitz and a large committee.
I Ins month will lie "Child Health
from the attitude of self-righteous
small town people who judge
others by their own narrow stand-
ards. It is said to be filled with
pathos and tragedy and dynamic
-cenes, enlivened by romance,
sparkling dialogue and comedy.
Pat O'Brien and Josephine
the romantic
tig prosperity of their own land ,-..,. committee, at 1 o'clock W.mI-
a peace and prosperity which thee ,,.S,|.1V, February 17. in the Jew-
have done nothing to create or even -sn Center. Mrs. Louis S. Joel and
to deserve, but which they are mag- Mrs. D. H. UsarOW, co-chairmen,
asked and, in sober ..,. arranging the event, with the
I'. S. Court Refers Case to Jewish
Conciliation Court
fact, besought to share.
aid of Mrs. Lazar Klepper, Mrs.
No, there is a stupid fatality ,,uis BucholtZ, Miss Ethel Joel.
about these things. We have hai,|Mr8i Max Baker, Mrs. Leo.,
as everyone know-, previous gov- Springer, Mrs. A. Pagan, Mrs II.
ernment reports. And they were Kline. Mrs. B. B. Bromberg. Mr,
in each instance sh fty, dishonest Bi Hirshberg, Mrs. Henry Krai
ruary 14th, which will inaugurate
th.' Tampa United Jewish Appeal
campaign for the needy Jews of
Palestine and throughout the world.
Rabbi David L. Zielonka is chair-' N(.w York (WNS)_
man; Hiram Hammer, vice-chair-1 StaU. District Court for ,hl.
man; Sol Jacobs, treasurer and M., Southern Dislrict of New Y(),.k ^
Henry Cohen, publicity chairman. a uni()Ut. pmeden, wh(.n
those on the general committee | femsd to the J(.wish Conciliati()n
a.e Aclolph Katz, David Stein, Er- r_, f a,.;.,
,, ,, ,, I l-ourt of America a case involving
nest Alaas, M. (.. Rosenberg, O. i,;.l ,.t m, ,.?
Jewish customs. The case, which
mer, c- i ,, >, > ,, "a "r"'--"' customs. i ne case,
But for that very Mrs. Dave Cowan. Mrs. liar, v Broi- Jti ,i !l.l ^ I W^l"*" U" befo,e Jud*e Joh" W.
in form and intention. This may reason it has been possible to mil- ,,.,, Mrs. Mi]ton ;_ Mrs."si.,,, i "',-ui T' i i, !. IClancv' involvef
be said quite objectively. It is not ,fy the,,, gradually and gradually U8arow> Mra. H Pinkel8tein,:S1!*k r \ ,a<," ,' n
at a.l sure whether it would not .., practice to live them down. Let uN monh c,....,,. .' VIl K A,l"'llh ""Wi Flt'(i Pcrlman, Dr.
''lie". tjlM III) Ol.ilU>>. ,I I >. .JOM'pll i. I D U 1 r\ I
have been infinitely better for us us. therefore, look forward to the Becker. Mrs. Max Rubin Mrs Hal -
bad the Arabs' evidence been much report of the Royal Commission lv c-ndzier Mrs Sam Wolfson
more skilfull, much more to the with a healthy pessimism, With a Mrs. Louis Wolfson. Mrs. San, Kas-
point, much more like our own, on not at all cynical but extremely >(.wit., M Sam Bucholtz Mrg
the ground of the given realities, realist,,- attitude. The reply to any Martln Sack M g p,,^ j,
For the one astute thing in a bar- injustice, to any chicanery, to ugly Roland KrilIltz, Mrs M Bork' Mrg
baric way that the Arabs did was partisanship and policy is closer ]{ Mizrahi Mrs D Massell Mrs
to show little interest in the given Jewish integration behind Pales- Walter Nathan, Mrs Bennie Bak-
realities. They negated them, tine, a tireless appeal to all con- (. Mrs .,acoh.son ., M pa.
They refused to face or acknowl- sciences in the world not utterly vj,| Safer
edge them. They talked about an- poisoned or hardened, more money. ______
(ecedent treaties and agreements; more money (sine,, we have and Tlu. regu)ar lm.etin of Junio,.
Ihey demanded the abolition ,.t ev- wan, either arma ,. ,,,,., aml a(|assan WM he|(| reMnt, jn nc
rything that is and has come to therefore in the long run more Jacksonville Jewish Center Twen-
be; they threatened continued v.o- |an, more people, a stronger and lv members were present and the
lence if their demands were not .. longer Yishuv. To prepare to wets for the evening were Rabbi
met; Mohammedan and Christian ,,lk, tnig reply to any negative Margolia and Mr. Morgenstern ex-
agreedJamal Husseim and the aspects of the
bishop of the Greek churchthat
the Jews wanted to possess and
destroy the Dome of the Rock in
order to rebuild the temple. In
other words, the Arab evidence was
a calculated and elusive playing to
galleriesto a number of gal-
leries; all the anti-Semites in the
world; British officialdom in Pal-
estine and Downing Street that
wants no more trouble than it has
to have, regardless of the price
of that peace; the pseudo-liberals
who conceal their anti-Semitism Judea| ^^
under the pretense of the poor Pal- | (Copyright, 1987, by Seven Arts At the end of the business meet-
estinian Arabs being robbed Oi feature Syndicate) ;., Kabbi Margolia led the girls
Schwartz, Mrs. L. S. Augustine,
Mrs. Joseph Wohl and Mrs. 1. Lieb-
man.
conmig report ot ecutive director. Jewish Center
me Royal Commission is the pur- Fathers' Night meeting, which
pose of the great conference on | waa to have taken place February
I alestine to be summoned in Wash- i7th, waa postponed to March .Irc'l.
ing.on cany in February. In this .\Iiss J08ephine Safer was named
once more critically important hour ,ls chairman of the program, with
of history American Jewry is die Rebecca Smith as co-chairman,
chad' defender of the Jewish peo- Two delegates to the regional
pie and of the honor of all the still convention, to be held in Memphis,
tree peoples. The consciousness of Tenn., March f.th through nth,
that extraordinary station and were elected. Thev are Miss Edith
function ought to arouse, to for- \\eise and Miss Clara Kramer.
tify and to inspire our people to Miss Minnie Smith was elected
the highest possible effort and sac- Junior Hadassah representative to
i ifice.
Enter the Old
Gold Contest
$200,000 in Prizes
1,000 Cash Prizes Given Away
t( Winners
es the claim of the
Rev. Julian Shape against the
Fordam Talmud Torah in the
Bronx. Rev. Shapo, who is not an
ordained rabbi, claims that he was
engaged by the Talmud Torah in
October, 1986, to be its rabbi teach-
er and that he invested $.t,000 in
the institution. Less than a year
later he was discharged when the
Talmud Torah went into bankrupt-
cy with a loss of all but $250 of
his investment. The Jewish Con-
| dilation Court, with three Jews
and one Christian sitting as judges,
withheld judgment for a fortnight.
Rev. Shapo was for several years
spiritual leader of Beth David syn-
agogue.
Here is the contest you have
been waiting for. the contest in
which you can win a fortune and "hen. Frankfurter ami Rosenman
be rich for life. There are 1,000
cash prizes totaling $200,000. You
can win any one of them. Old
Cold may perhaps win for you a
fortune. Enter right away. The
contest is just beginning and con-
sists of solving picture puzzles. Go
to your cigarette dealer and ask
for the official Old Gold Puzzle
Pictures, FREE, together with
rules and details. Follow the in-
structions carefully. Neatness does
not count. There are no tricks or
catches. Only your skill wins. Read
this newspaper for further an-
nouncements.
\1
entioned for Supreme Court
Washington, I), c. (WNS)
Speculation over the possible can-
didates for the United States Su-
preme Court, should congress ap-
prove President Roosevelt's federal
judiciary reform plan, which calls
for the addition of six justices to
the high court, is giving attention
to three Jews, Professor Felix
Frankfurter of the Harvard law
school, Samuel I. Rosenman, jUs-
fce of the New York state supreme
court, and Benjamin Cohen, author-
ity on banking and public law.
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Friday, February 12, 1937
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Nine
The welfare division of Emunah
chapter, of which Mrs. Bernard Si-
organization and all proceeds are and competition is keener than ever
used for the Talmud Torah fund i before. The oldest dog track In
of the congregation. In charge of i this area is now affording not only
the general committee is Mrs. Jack I unusually fine musical entertain-
Hirsch, general chairman. I ment, but remarkably splendid and
? well matched dog races nightly.
Wh.it promises to be one of the
mon is chairman, is sponsoring a outstanding events of the current) Committee appointments for the
benefit bridge party Wednesday season is the annual ball sponsored I coming year were announce at :i
(veiling, February 17th, at the I by the Sisterhood of Beth Jacob wall attended meeting of the local
American Legion Home, Biscayne Congregation, Miami Beach, Sun- B'nai B'rith lodge last Tuesday eve-
blvd. and Sixty-fourth st., starting day evening, February 28th, at the!"'"'- -l! Beth David Talmud Torah
;:t 7:-!0 p. m. A Dutch luncheon Floridian Hotel. Miami Beach. Mr. ha.l: Intellectual advancement,
will be served and prizes given at M, B. Frank is in charge of theUaaac Levin, chairman; Dr. Frank
each table. The public is invited general committee preparing the <'"iet, Stanley ('. Myers. M. .1. Ko-
to attend. Tickets can be puv- annual benefit journal of the Con- pelowitl and Fred K. Shochet;
chased at the door. gregation. The proceeds will be I"'ace committee, Leo Robinson,
Early reservations have been used for the Talmud Torah work chairman, Abe Aronovitz and Max
made by Mrs. Louis Gore, Mr. E. of the congregation and the build-
Albert Pallot, Mrs. Louis Pallot, ing fund. Entertainment, includ-
Mrs. Harry Shulman, Mrs. Louis ing some outstanding stars, will be
ZeientE, -Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs. provided.
Joseph Albert-, Mrs. Moe Pallot, *
Rappaport; visiting committee, Sid-
nej Segal, chairman, Henry Bul-
bin, Leon F.lkin. Max Hoffman, E.
(Miidon; finance, Elry Stone, chair-
, man. A. Hirtenstein, Benjamin Le-
Mrs. Walter Hayes, Mrs. Charles
l'arr, Mrs. Harry Judd, Mrs. E.
Guy Kepley, Mrs. Grace dials.
Mrs. Mark Max, Mrs. Jack August,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallot, Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Rosenthal, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Pepper, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Syman, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Pepper, Mr. and Mrs. Mieha !
Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Wexler, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Till-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Maury Kove.i,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shapiro, Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Somberg. Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Minsky, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Backer. Mr. and Mrs. Jul-
ius Simpson, Mr. and Mis. Meyi r
Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oli-
phant, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Cohen.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, Mr. and
Mis. Max Halpern, Mr. and Mr*.
C. Auslander, Mrs. Sol Hollander,
Mrs. Harry N'evins, Mrs. Lena Co-
in. Mrs. Rose Rosen, Mrs. Dina
Daunt, Mrs. Arthur Mcyerson. Mrs.
Ben Rosenstock. Mrs. Harry Green,
Mrs. Harry Diehlman, Mrs. Howard
Havenor, Dr. and Mrs. S. I. Ken-
nedy. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Feinev,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jacobson, Mr.
and Mrs. Sydney Palmer, Dr. and area
Mrs. Charles Hcckwitt, Mr. and
Mrs. 1. L. Reisman, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. F. Rabin,
Mis. Harry Green, Mrs. Sam D.
Long, Mrs. Josephine Labazin.'.
Mrs. .1. 1.. Shochet, Miss Sarah
The Ladies" Auxiliary of the -Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
is sponsoring one of its regular
series of card parties at the home
of Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum, 2101
S. W. Eleventh st.. Sunday eve-
ning, February l-ith. beginning at
8 (.'clock, with Mrs. Tannenbaum as
the hostess. Prizes will be award-
ed for high scores and refresh-
ment-, will be served. The pro-
ceeds will be used for the Talmud
Torah work of the congregation.
The public is urged to attend.
*
Only six more days of the in-
ternationally known and beloved
musil ian, Ted Lewis and his or-
chestra remain for the Biscayne
Kennel Club patrons. Thousands
have been brought to the track to
hear this famous band leader and
soloist, and to enjoy the dancing
under the stars. This high priced
- ar will conclude his engagement
here because of previous commit-
ments at large amusement centers,
and these six days will be the final
opportunity to bear him in this
Thousands of dog fans have Mrs. Sol B. Optner and son.
been having the thrills of their Stanley, of Chicago, 111., are the
lives because of the unusually j house guest's of Mrs. Ida Optner,
splendid races every night during -{ who also has as her house guests
the nearly forty-five days of rac- Mr. Harold Woodward, prominen
ing that have been held this season, attorney of Chicago, and his s:s
Dogs are being even better matched ter, Miss Hazel.
Vine, Milton Friedman, William
Friedman; entertainment, E. Al-
bert Paii. chairman, Leo Acker-
man So. Rotf nt. Dr. F. A. Ros-
enthai and Barney Drevich; mem-
bership committee, i;. R. Adler,
chairman, S. V llalpert. Isidor
Newman, M. II. Nissenbaum, Har-
ry Rayvis, Nuthan Alexander, Ja-
cob Kalish. Leon Flkin. M. B.
Frank. Harry Gordon and Herman
Mintzer; A. '/.. A.. Leo Eisenstein,
chairman, Louis Heiman and Sid-
ney Segal; anti-defamation com-
mittee. .1. Louis shochet. chairman,
Harry Simonhoff. J. Frankel. Abe
Aronovitz and Philip Liberman.
Rabbis Jacob II. Kaplan, Max Sha-
piro, Colman Zwitman and Abra-
ham Kellner will serve as hon-
orary members of all committees.
* *
Mi. and Mis. Morris Pepper re-
turned from a trip to Georgia and
Florida, where they were the guests
,.f Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, their
brother, at Valdosta, and Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Shapiro. Mrs. Pepper's
parents, at Jacksonville, Fla.
Anybody in the
Family Can Enter
And Win a Prize
8200,000 Cash Awards Given
Away in Old Gold Contest
or l.OOd Prizes
Tie- OLD GOLD Contest is open
,o everybody.. The contest consists
..! wiving puzzle pictures. Go to
your cigarette dealer and ask him
for the official Old Gold Puzzle
Picture-, FRF.F. together with
full rules and detail- regarding the
contest'. Get your picture puzzle-
and entry form immediately. The
contest is just beginning. Don';
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tions, There are no tricks or
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you rich for life. Watch this
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German Jewess
j To Speak Here
(Continued from Pi 1 I
University hospital. This i- an op.
portunity for all Miami women who
an- membei- of Hadat ;.' Lo have
their name.' perpetuated n Pales-
vine.
All visiting Hadassah mi mbers
and their friends are Cordially in-
vited to attend this meting on
Tuesday afternoon.
shochet. Miss Mollie Engler, Mrs. mil AMI RFAfTH___
Minnie Engler, Mr. and Mrs. Philip HIAM1 "M^Al,!!
i,ng
Vugrustine, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pol-j
lo,k, Mi. and Mrs. I. Silberstein.
Mis. Mary Weiner, Miss Ruth j
Weiner, Mrs. Sadye G. Rose. Mis.
Ida Optner. Mrs. Sam Weisel. Mrs.
Arthur Hamel. Mrs. Carl Dewey.
Mrs. Ethel Burnstein, Mrs. Ben
Margolis, Mrs. Robert Hackel, Mr.
Andrew Shubert, Mr. and Mrs. M. \
Sheinberg, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. David Golde,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffon, Mrs.
Rose (loodm Mrs. Max Shapiro,,
Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mrs. Albert
Seiden, Mrs. Mae Hurwitz and Mrs.
Robert Henry.
# # *
Mrs. Alex Feinstone and daugh-
ter. Rose, of Boston, Mass., for
many years winter visitors to this
area, are spending the current sca-
son at the Shoreham Hotel, Miami
Beach. While here she is being
extensively entertained by her sis-
ter, Mrs. Joseph M. Fine, Mis. Al-
bert Quadowand Mrs. Barney Han-
son.

A number of prominent enter-
tainers have agreed to attend the
annual dance and ball of the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation at- the
Floridian Hotel, Miami Beach, on
Sunday evening, March 7th. This
is the sixth annual event of the
Ritter's Hotel
La Flora Hotel
COLLINS AVE. AT THIRTEENTH
Where your every wish is our delight.
Home comfort and modern service,
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"You may as well have the best"
DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED
Special Friday Night Dinner Served
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Desks, Chairs, Files. Printing
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Saturday .Morning. February 13
CONCERT
Sunday Evening. February 14
Beth Jacob Synagogue
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, February 12, 1937
\
Real Puzzles!... Puzzles that
will Challenge your Wits!
1st PRIZE IN CONTEST OF SKILL!
THIS IS A SAMPLE PUZZLE
Get the Official Puzzles FREE! NOW!
Anywhere cigarettes are sold.
This Puzzle Represents a Familiar Name. You Solve the
Puzzle by Picking the Correct Name from the List Below:
John Adams John Hnncock
Elmer Gantry Ponce de loon
The above puzzle is not included in the contest. It is a spevimen omy.
You'll get a double reward
from this contest.,.by smoking
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Big money isn't the only thing you can win in this con-
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'
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You can win $100,000.00 First Prize in this thrilling
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will find both educational and enjoyablepuzzles
that will challenge your ingenuity and skill.
This one, for instance, is figured out this way:
"ELM" plus "R" equals ELMER. Then, the "G" plus
"ANN" plus the "TREE" equals GANTRY. You've got
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Get the Official Puzzles and complete rules FREE at
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OLD GOLD CONTEST
P.O. Bos 9, Varick St. Station, New York, N. Y.
Gentlemen: Please send me all official puzzles
l sued to date, together with complete rules. I
enclose stamp for postage.
Name mrs_
MISS
IPLBAa I'RINt NAMfci
Street.
City.
. State.