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The Jewish Floridian ( February 19, 1937 )

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* 'Jewish floridIan w 3&JL &JUxrij^VO&siSkSb£ ** VoL 10—No. 8 Reception to Be Tendered Rabbi What promises to be one of the outstanding events of the current season is the reception being tendered to Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation on Sunday evening, February 21st, beginning at 8:15 o'clock. Extending greetings on behalf of the local congregations will be Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi -Max Shapiro and Rabbi Column Zwitman. A musical program in which well known cantors and singers in this area will participate will be presented. The principal address of the evening will be presented by Rabbi Kellner. Following the program a social hour will be presented. Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner came to Miami several months ago from Baltimore, Md.. where Rabbi Kellner was the spiritual head of Pelach Tikva Congregation. Since his arrival in Miami with Mrs. Kellner, Rabbi Kellner has reorganized the Talmud Torah of the congregation, increased its attendance and that of the Sunday school, organised a daily minyan, whicn meets for prayers morning and evening; R Talmud class and a Chumosh class. Mrs. Kellner has been active in the work of the Ladies' Auxiliary, the Sunday school and Talmud Torah. The public is cordially invited to tend and pay their respects Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner, Beth David to Hold Annual Ball Beth David Sisterhood is sponiring its twenty-first annual Pui un ball Thursday evening, February 25th, tt the Mahi Shrine Temple, 1416 Biscayno blvd. In charge of arrangements is a committee headed by Mrs. Harry Oliphant, general chairman. She is being assisted by Mrs. Isidor Cohen, bazaar chairman; Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz, ticket chairman; Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, journal chairman. Others assisting are Mrs. J. Englei, -Mrs. M. Rippa, Mesdames W. M. Blutstein, L. J. Hartz, Saul Greif, Morris Badanes, Stanley C. Myers, G. Ginsburg, Ed Friedman, Mollie Apte, H. Sootin, Morris Pepper, Ben Kandle, M. Jackson, Charles Abbot, J. Lang, Charles Goldstein, Jack August, Mendel Scheinberg, Jack Pallot, Michael Arnold, Sol We'nklc and Mrs. Max Shapiro. The proceeds will be used for the work of the Talmud Torah and Sundav school, whose enrollment now is more than 825 pupils, and which is under the supervision of Rabbi Max Shapiro. The public is urged to attend. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the committee or at the door. MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRIARY 19, 1!I37 Price Five Cents United Campaign Begins Drive Governors of Thirty-Two States Endorse Brotherhood Day Brotherhood Day, stressing co-operation of Protestants, Catholics and Jews as American citizens and the creation of a united front against totalitarianisms and the importation of foreign propaganda of hatred and strife, will be nationally observed Saturday, February 20, and Sundav, February 21. Among the governors stressing the need for interfaith co-operation and understanding at this time, in view of the situation in some countries abroad, are: Governor Harry W. Nice, Maryland: "To my mind it has already been made definitely clear that the people of our country are not tolerant of individuals or groups who seek to disseminate the vitriol of anti-Semitism, anti-Catholicism and anti-Protestantism. "It is no longer a question of tolerance. The spirit that pervades the western hemisphere demands that organized religions co-operate with such zeal and enthusiasm that the insidious propagandist who works under cover and by vicious 'whispering' be tracked to his lair and his anti-social character be laid bare to the ridicule of enlightened men." Governor Frank F. Merriam, California: "This movement is of great importance because of the sharp contrast that it brings to mind. Whi! \ tendencies appear to be developing in other parts of the world to suppress or to regiment the religious opinions of individuals, we encourage every man and woman to respond to the guidance of conscience. Our way of life not only guarantees religious liberty to each individual, but demands respect for the other man's viewpoint." Governor George H. Earle, Pennsylvania: "It is evident that we are approaching an age of world citizenship. Rapid and new developments in science and education are breaking down the physical barriers that separate peoples, and the populations of the world are accordingly being drawn together into closer proximity to one another. It is important that the physical nearness of nations be accompanied by a social and spiritual understanding SO as to unite the peoples of the world into a true neighborhood of nations. The observance of Brotherhood Day can make a contribution to this social ideal." Governor Harold G. Hoffman, New Jersey: "There are so many common concerns which we in America must work out for our mutual protection and advantage that we cannot afford to consider racial and doctrinal differences as of fundamental importance in our development. We have learned, in recent years, through great privation and suffering, that our economic and industrial well being depend upon co-operative and united endeavor. There must be that same acceptance of the principles of co-operation and interdependence in our social and religious life." Governor Wilbur L. Cross. Connecticut: "America is the land of many peoples. It is also the land of freedom. That these conditions can exist together with misapprehension is due to the fact that, regardless of spiritual and social differences, there are wide areas of common ground wheiv we all may unite and work together for social improvement. Brotherhood Dav. as I see it, has as its purpose the pronouncement of this principle thr.1 we may more fully appreciate it and avail ourselves of the opportunity to continue to 'Make America Safe for Differences'" ;.;• The Greater Miami United JewH ish Campaign to raise $50,000 was M officially inaugurated last night at 3 a rally held at the An-Nell Hotel, with a large group of leaden and active workers in attendance. Harry Simonhoff read a wire which was received from Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, which is included in this campaign, extending his best wishes for a successful effort. The message, in part, reads as follows: "To you and your devoted coworkers who have been mobilized for Sunday evening rally, we send • in heartiest greetings. Stop. Confident that Miami will do its full share towards our four-and-a-halfmillion-dollar campaign which was launched at national conference, Washington, 1). ('. Stop. We appeal to your loyal army and knights in the cause of Israel tso redouble •heir efforts so that Miami may raise every dollar of the fifty thousand which is your goal. Stop. The precarious position of our people in Eastern and Central Kurope imposes greater obligations upon us. Stop. They look to us to helps He cannot an I must not deny fhem I'.ui hi i; .;op. •• %  alsi greet '. a. ,'ichai.man of thi> .olun. i ,i: n.y, .o • pi : ,, ioing ,, dgnifi•eiu leadership in. tin Hmpaign." Timely addresse: were delivered by Mrs. 1. M. Weinstein, wh -poke on the plig!ii of th" Jewish people abroad and i Iso "i i 1 e poss I iiities for the sctccnuni of these unfortunate* .n Palestine, she called upon the workei to sei every prosI them to contribute. 'Perha] that extra $6 that you ',. will obtain may prevent starvation i"i some unfortunate little child % % %  ii. Poland or other European country. Sec them all," Mrs. Weinstein'continued, "do nol permit anyone to escape doing his or her share in alleviating distress and Buffering among our people." Mr. I.eo Lehman of Pittsburgh, nationally known Jewish leader, not only urged the workers to put forth every effort in realizing the i.",u,o00 fcoal. La. he or) y generously contributed to the campaign, although he is one of the largest contributors in Pittsburgh. Mr. Lehman, in referring to con. di.ibn of -i< \vs in Ger said: "The Jewish position in Germany i< becomin; increasingly worse from day to day. New government (Continued on Tag. 7) %  Philadelphia Synagogue Bars Rabbis From Services for NonMembers Philadelphia (WNS)—In accordance with a decision of thelthej request such services. Only .'or various services, m ih> future board of trustees, the rabbis of in cases where persons ar Keneseth Israel will cially unable to pay hem e linanuli such funds wil be turned over •mbcri-hip fees will excepto the congregation's treasury for the furtherance of Its •noral work. Congregation hereafter officiate only at wedmum ,luror funerals where the interlions he permitted. 'Hie trustee uings oi mo*. .u„l„i„ ,.„. i n ..i„.r.h il,.. i.. ti.-c 'he congregation is affiliated with ested parties are members of the also voted to abobsn the practice congregation <>r join it at the time whereby rabbis received gratuities the reform wing of Judaism. In deference to our local rabbinate and prominent rabbis now visiting here, and because of an investigation now being conducted lde County, ••>• deei.i it proper ;io withhold publication of an expoae of kaahrus conditions and its ramification thai was. to have appeared this week. It will appear in our next issue. .... .^%  .^zgc



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Pajre Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, February 19, 1937 1 Madame Yetka Levy Stoin. one of the most noted woman orators today, who is in Miami on a tour in the interest of the Youth Aliyah, the transfer of German Jewish youth to Palestine, will be the truest r at Beth .lacoh Synagogue,! I^^TO Ml r> i. o i */&/,?V?X Miami Beach. Sunday evening, Februarj 21st. beginning at 8 o'clock, when she will tell of condition in Germany. The public iurged to attend. • ... el SOCIETY \d 1 rial highways. West Flagler street cars are met by a free shuttle bus. The regular buses leave Burdine's First st. entrance at intervals of ten minutes after 7 o'clock each night. The fare is ten cents. • Allan. February 11th, atVictoria %  The contrast of young romance the play. Interlocutor is Mrs. BenRation. I lah Simon of Washington. A very I Hospital. splendid two-hour show with the Mr. B. J. Cohen of Orlando, one finest in songs, dances and minof the most prominent lay leaders Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Rayvia em S -i i els will be provided. AdmiSof Jewry of Florida, who is now announce the engagement of their atre Sunday and Monday. Mia. Arthur K. Schwartz of ChiBion is only SI. Proceeds will be associated with Comptroller Lee's daughter. Sylvia, to Morris SchatZT e -"">" concerns two young cago the house guest of her parrsed tor the welefare work of the department, i, now in Miami and man. sen of Mr. and Mrs. Louis brothers, horn and raised in the Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz, organization. will remain here for several days. Schatzman. A reception honoring etr t city, long time residents of this city. -Miss Rayvia and her fiance will be and crafty gangsterdom is vividly presented in the film, "Sworn Enat the Seventh Avenue ThePurim will be observed in the plans '"''' bein completed for More than five hundred attended Greater Miami area next Wednes,ll< linluinl ,,a an(l dance of the day evening at the Miami Jewish '-''die--' Auxiliary of the Miami Orthodox Congregation. Beth DaJ?wiah Orthodox Congregation, to vid Congregation and Beth Jacob Congregation, -Miami Beach, when the Megillaa Bather will be read. Thursday morning special I'urini 'he presentation ceremonies last Sunday nightof a Safer Torah to the Junior Congregation of Beth David Synagogue, at Beth David, by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simons. Taking part in the ceremony, which was conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro, were Stanley C. Myers, who presided; Mr. Harry Simons, who presented the Safer Torah; Peritz Scheinberg, president of the Junior Congregation, who formally accepted for tin-Junior Congregation. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega. bion brought greetings from his congregation and delivered a brief addle.-. Cantor Louis Hayman chanted several appropriate selections. An appeal by Rabbi Max Shapiro resulted in several hundred dollars being raised for the work of the Junior Congregation. An important meeting of the board of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held Monday evening, February 22nd, at 8 o'clock. in the home of Rabbi Abraham Kellner, 216 S. \V. Nineteenth avo. At the late Friday evening services tonight at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will preach on "The Mi tsage of Purim."The usual conj ial singing and chanting will be enjoyed. Saturday morning services begin at 9 o'clock, with the Mincha services at-."> p. m I announces ,IM 'he affair this year followed by Shalosh Saudah and v vi '"' held at the Floridian Hotel given Sunday. February -1st, from 8 to II p. m.. by her parents at their home. 17::': S. W. Eleventh st. No cards will b • issued. The be hehl on March 7th at the Flowelding will he an event of the Hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Jack Hirsch is general chairman of the committee in charge of arservices will he held at each of the rangenu nts. three synagogues, beginning aty a. m. Addresses explaining the Tl "' M "' ial meeting for February significance of the holiday will be f ""' 1( "' al B nai l!Vil h ,od e win summer. Miss IJayvis is c! ,. i activities of the cial contingent. She •';, Identified younger sois an active member of the Junior Hadassah, of which she is a past president. Mr. Schatzman came to Miami i ah hall next Tuesday evening, February 23rd, when George Washington's birthday anniversary will be observed. Mr. Herbert C. Feibelmaii. prominent attorney and civic worker and president of Temple Israel, will be the guest apeakmade by the rabbis of the congrc'"' neM "' Beth i'" !" 1 Talmud Tothree years ago and is a member gat ions. • • Mr. and .Mrs. Samuel Gurss observed their thirty-fourth wedding inniversarj on February lflth with a dinner at the Town Casino. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Price. Mr. and Mrs. .Maurice Spitalny and Mrs. Marks of Cleveland, and Mr. and Mrs. R, ,r. Bergen of Chicago, ill. f a well known family of New Brunswick, N. J. He is manager of the Berkley Shoe Shop, Miami Beach. West Flaglrr's S2.000 added Futurity, which brings together the where the influence of the grim racketeers is never far away. One of them is ruthlessly killed beau-e he knows too much and ihe other swears to avenge him. Joseph Calleia, the sinister villain of the screen, p'.sys a Lon v nancy role as a crippled gangster chieftain. Robert Young porirays the surviving brither, who becomes the manager of a prize fighter, played by Nat Pendleton, the Sandow of "The Great Ziegfeld." He will discuss "Washington fas ,,. st greyhounds in the country M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-1661 At the late Friday evening services tonight in Both David Synagogue, Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach on "The Greatest Romance in History," baaed on Fran/. Worfel's play. "The Eternal Road." Cantor I.ouis Hayman. assisted by Beth David choir, will chant the services. Saturday morning services begin promptly at S o'clock. Junior Congregation begins serviceat 10:30 a. m. The committee in charge of arrangements for the annual ball and dance of Beth Jacob Sisterhood Maariv. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau is sponsoring its annual all ladies' min Strel -how on Wednesday evening. March 3rd, at the Ida M Fisher High school auditorium. Miami Beach, beginning at 8:80 o'clock. Mrs. Bertha B. Levy is coaching Sunday evening. February 28th, at 9 o'clock, with outstanding stars i n the entertainment program. In charge of the program is Mr. M. B. Frank, secretary of the congrerSjGVST BROS/lJyj? LT IS the BEST.' ANNOUNCEMENT Sm"h!.mnM l .f?T 5f h ., 1 £ "£ ri '' ,vl "S %  PPllcallolM tor cntra-vo to 11 nrw 21 with -o !" prl1 %  ,'? \ W?*v 'ewtofi boyi betur-en the agea of .7 and 1,.r.',i. >cor of h "' h Khool saueal on, who are sincerely mtorei ted n Th c '" "„ rc as a vocation, may apply for the npportiiniiies the school olfer c^?„^i ? comprlei 36 months, students recelvo In addition to a fir-; i -< ,. a r., o the various branches of aericuitcrc. baord. roon and otner perquisites, for Information addren Mr Herbert I) Allman, president NATIONAL FARM SCHOGl.ui WALNUT ST.. PHILADELPHIA, Pr.Nls. Concepts of the Constitution in His Day and Ours." Following the address a social hour will follow, when vocal and instrumental selections will he heard and refreshments will be served by a committee of ladies. The public is invitd to attend. "Gently scan your brother man, still gentler, your sister woman," smashed Was the gist Of Dr. Wolfson's address before the Spinoza Group last Saturday afternoon. Next Saturday at 2 p. m. the Group will meet again at 1050 Collins ave., Miami Beach, to hear the opera "N'ornia." At -'!:.'i0 p. m. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will speak on "The Origin and Nature of the Human Emotions." General discussion will followthe lecture. Mr. and Mrs. Nat L. Williams announce the birth of a son, Gibbs 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 from all the leading tracks, gets I under way Thursday night with! the first elimination. Eliminations will be held night-; ly until March 5th, when the surj viving eight dogs meet for the richest purse in dogdoni. Crowds at WestFlagler have been increasing by leaps and bounds and the mutuel business has all records. Tuesday night the famous Yacht Club Boys will be a special feature attraction at the track and will entertain the patrons. West Flagler patrons are finding the hurdle race, which is a nightly feature exclusively at Miami's downtown track, extremely exciting. The jumpers leap over three hurdles in pursuit of the elusive rabbit. Being only three miles from downtown, West Flagler is easily reached over West Flagler st. or N. \V. Seventh st. Both are arreKraemer's Strictly Kosher DINING ROOM Collins Ave. at 4th St. MIAMI BEACH Excellent Food Efficient Service Pleasant Surroundings It He v. ti.maccepted tinPassover Week, 'Ml %  >.t.lt IKM Limited sc-V tK AVENUE W.7'J 1 Ay.. £$I*?ST Phone7-6551 Sun.-.Mon.. Feb. 21-22 Robert Young—Florence Rice Joseph Calleia—Nat Pendleton Lewis Stone SWORN ENEMY Greyhound Racing at it's best 11 RACES NIGHTLY POST TIME 8 15 ntluding Ta No Minors Mannie Gates' Orchestra rf.<**I.L CLUB WEST Fl AGLER at 37th AVE. 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Friday, February 19, 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three .* second cla matter July 4. 11.30. at th. Post Office, at Miami. Florida, umk'r the Act el March 3. 1S79. DRIVE ENTERS FIRST WEEK ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Representative ORLANDO MRS. B. J. COHEN Kcproscntative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. H. SCHREIINICK Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLER Representjittv.' Six Hontha In.Year SUBSCRIPTION SI.00 $2.00 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1937 Vol. 10—No. 8 Sportsmanship The SchmeUng-Braddock bout for the world heavyweight championship having been shunted aside, at least temporarily, by the threat of a boycott, the German fighter's managers have hit on a new scheme, which they hope will make up in part for the financial loss they will suffer through the refusal of Braddock to meet the Nazi boxer. A tour of 22 cities, beginning on March 1st. has been arranged for Schmeling. Ordinarily exhibition tours of athletic personalities schedule only the biggest cities, because there the big money is to he found. Hut the Schmeling itinerary includes 17 cities in the South. This is no accident. Schmeling and his advisers are counting on the latent anti-negro sentiment below the MasonDixon line to attract large crowds for the tour of the man who is being billed as the conqueror of Joe Louis. In other words, the tour will exploit anti-negro feeling. If this is sportsmanship, then the word has no meaning. I'nder the circumstances the Jewish War Veterans are to be commended for organizing a boycott of the Schmeling tour. It is to he hoped that such organizations as the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the National Conference of Jews and Christians and the Federal ('(•uncil of Churches of Christ, which have done yeoman service in combating prejudice against the negro, will act on the Jewish War Veterans' invitation to co-operate in preventing * age. B'nai B'rith lodges throughout the country contributed gen: erously to the Red Cross fund for immediate flood relief aid. In the past B'nai B'rith has aided disaspresident; Miss Thelma Seigal, vice-president; Miss Ruth Davis, secretary-treasurer, and Miss Edith Weiss, reporter. Miss Wolfson took over the same thing. Here, at" all events, it is. sixteen millions of men and children, no better and no worso, no wiser and no stupider, neither m.iri. nor less gifted than any otater victims in many parts of the j meeting and the future events of world. District No. 2 includes [the organization were discussed. It was decided upon that the organicities in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana which suffered the greatest damage from the flood. ei similar group of people. Take own eyes. And he comes to Eretz it on that simplest and most reaNrael and betrays it with a kiss. jonable basis. And this people is "The entire Yishux is a social persecuted from age to age beyond ghetto." Rank self-hatred. Are all measure and beyond all belief. Danes living self -affirmatively | The]n There is no form of discrimination with Danes in a ghetto? Or AI-' or exclusion or humiliation or I banians with Albanians? He Is zation will give weekly Saturday night dances. The first of these informal backward-forward dances will be given Saturday night in the Jacksonville Jewish Center From 10-..JO to 1:30 o'clock. The committee in charge of the Saturday night dances incluJes: self-humiliation and fear. We ize the Jewish peple? Has ho evi r read Gordon? What does lie do? The World's Window Noblesse Oblige By LUDWIG LEWISOHN This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part stricily forbidden. Any infringement will be prosecuted. My observations on Mr. Robert Gessner's book, "Some of My Best Friends Are Jews," aroused a little tempest of controversy here and there. Mr. Gessner and his publisher, Mr. John Farrar, replied quietly but bitterly. One or two editors or editorial writers thought I had gone pretty far; several others rose to state their agreement with me. It cannot be aid that Mr. Gessner's book has had a "good press" in Jewish pubns, I have no doubt thai It een or will be favorably reI in those pseudo-liberal papers which nurse the fond hope 11 ll the Jew will disappear in 1 .r-^ia and trouble them no more. (That this is one of the worst varieties of Jew hatred, masking itself as even-handed justice, ought gradually to be obvious to anyoneable to use his mind at all.) Of what I said of Mr. Gessner and his book I have nothing to retract. But I should like to make it clear that I did not, as has been sillily suggested, irake disagreeable remarkabout his family. I took an anecdote concerning his childhood, which he relates, anil quoted the words which he had written and analyzed the anecdote and the manner of its telling. In brief, I did not go behind his book | or his statements and hence did not. overstep the critic's obvious rights. Then, was in my article an clement of invective, of denunciation. R : ght. There was. It's rather a pity that we have no more of that in America. One can have too much of it. One can also have too little. There is an element of moral laxness in that over-much 'politeness, in that positively sweetish spirit of concession which 1 tends to obliterate all moral and intellectual boundaries. Let us follow the monitions of our consc ence. Let us appeal to the not entirely calloused conscience of mankind. Here ithe Jewish people of sixteen millions. Let us suppose for the sake of the -timid rationall.-Ills of a purblind world that this pie is just like any other people, no more, no less, no other except lor the accident (a word which gets you nowhere, but I am talking after the manner of time and the market place) -no other except for the accident of its deracinalion and dispersal. This people cannot commit suicide by biological assimilation, as many peoples have done, or else is not permitted to do so. The two statements amount to the cruelty thai is no: used against it. The foulest and the stupidest accusations, exploded as follow and malice a thousand times, re-arise from age to age as the whins an 1 scorpions wherewith to smite. ro murder, to starve, to crush this people. Now, in what we thought some years ago the very noon-tide He brings to Palestine an outside of history and humanity and juspoint of view, an mi-Jewish point tire, this immitigable persecution re-arises in Germany, Poland, Roumai ia, tinBaltic states, in Yemen and Iraq; it threatens in Latin America: it sprouts into poisonous bloom in Italian Libya: it spurts Wolfson. Lena Schemer, Ruth Davis, Edith Wei.-s and Mr. and Mrs. in the ghetto of self-deprecation jj_ v G mcmbcr of thl ..„, mittee. A nominal admission will do not employ Aral, workers. Has K enargedi Refreshments will be he oxer heard of the geulath ha'M ,, (| Th( pl]b|jc g cordia j, y in aretz. thatredemption of the land v j te ,i which is to redeem anil productivm Plans f i the thirty-fourth annual l'urim ball) to be held Sunday night. February 28th. were at a recent meeting of file I'lli-iin hall committee of the Jacksonville Jewish Center. The ball of view, not one that has arisen from the sore needan 1 stricken souls of the Jewish people, of his vi!| be heW |n fcne Center Bud to people. From that o,,:s,de and ri um and will be combined wth vhe alien point of view he adds one annua] banquet and installation of sting, one stripe, one shadow more „.,„.,.,. Th( | liin |U ,., win >lart now and then in French North Afto the innumerable others. I omit B| ,...,„ iiV|(i( l|i(j dancing will rica; it is heard of in Harbin :n his inaccuracies, twistings of truth begin aI ; ,. : ; ( | o'clock, the Uttermost Last and is not unand fact, perversions and down^ elaboralv pl ,, K1 am of enter known powerless hut of evil ,-i,i K hl mis-statements. I am con,.,;„„„.„. g Mng |)lanlH ( llv llu tention in the democracies of the cerned with the dreadful moral fact committee in har(ri .. and will inWest, of the assumption of that outside j c ude community ginging ot ,, u im =""' h 8ti,a P"it 'f view and .fl am| ^^ h And now this innocent and intol„,,, ( „ld willingness to rub salt j ^ w erably harried people has one plan. ,,„„ „„. wollnds of th( p oopk I s ^^ ^ ^ one hope, one gleam ot light in its ,, u ., ,,„,, h( foun ,| faults an d in,,„„.,„ ,,„„ ^ „ Kfo ,„ incomparable darkness, a plan, a adequacies from a strictly Jewish ,1:01)0, a gleam as ancient as itself ]htul (|f v j,. w no m i e ht yet have and as new as the twentieth cell! („.,,„ charitable toward them; he [ t in y—the salvation of a portion of | m ight yot have viewed them in the people in the land of the faSO rrow and not in anger; he might thers, the building there of a good V( t have stayed in Eretz Yisrael society, a Jewish society, of a BO-U„ help and heal and, if you will, ciety that will shed its healing ray.Lieanse by giving himself. But he, '' ',.'.',"',7'",,"' l'urim ball may be obtained from members of the Daughters of Israel and from the members of the l'urim hall committee. Members are Joseph Hackel, chairman; David Moscovitz and I. M. Lieberman, co-chairmen; M. Brownstein, Mr-. I. Feldman, Mrs. J. Hackel and upon them that must walk and Buffer in the darkness of the exile. And even there, in that small and barren land of itancient hope and sole refuge, this people is beset by the enmity id' those whom i; has henefited anil by the i reachcry of those who have sworn to protect it; and its noble work and itincomparably fine moral bearing are not safe from the jeers a Jew. ionics and measures with an alien measure an measuse and a W i '. 1 -lire an! writes words that will be. that may lie. arrows in the hands of our "Noblesse oblige." Thei e i no lute truth on earth. There is inno %  < •• e and suffering; there i; wickedness and triumph, however brief. The moral facts tire the incontrovertible ones. That is a good and the hostility of a corrupt anil I saying of the French that noblecruel world. Is that a correct statement of the case? Are those things true? And now comes a young Jew—I care not if his name be Gessner or any other name—and this young Jew knows all these things and has seen many of them with his The study group conduc bj Senior Hadassah chapter Wl held -day evening, February 23rd, ,i! the home of Mrs. Sam VV iss. 'I he program committee, which outlined the course of study • lern Palestine." the subjecl being studied this year, has been pleased with the large attendi nee and the interest .h w:i by the membership. Mr. and Mrs. Hyem Kramer anannounce the birth of a daughter, Judith Geta, on Saturday, Februlless has its obligations, Jcwishne-s has its obligations. These obligations lie in the world of moral values. To outrage them is blameworthy and ignoble on whatever plea. A crucial truth—a truth thatj ary 6th, in St. Vincent's hospital, should give pause to many, many Mrs. Kramer was formerly Miss more than it does. |£ va Greenstein.



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Page Foar THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Friday, February 19, 1937 Society With the season just about half over, the Biscayne Kennel Club, gaining popularity rapidly, has become the rendezvous of sportsmen and women nightly. High class racing and brilliant entertainment have made the north side oval the most popular dog racing plant in the South. First it was Wayne King and h s orchestra. Next came that brilliant Tod Lewis and his band, and now Paul Whiteman, king of jazz, and the most notable of all orchestra leaders, has his orchestra at Biscayne, playing between races and providing the class of music that appeals to evereyone. Never in the history of greyhound racing has a track booked such a stellar attraction. Wherever jazz is played, the name of Whiteman is brought up, and now Miamians may see him in person and listen to his splendid ;!0-picce orchestra. Hut even more reason why Biucayne has become the leading greyhound track in Florida is the fine laces that are presented. In Bill Finneran the north side oval has one of the finest racing secretaries in the business, and nightly he is g ving the fans a brand of races that cannot be surpassed, There are two feature races nightly, the eighth and ninth, the first over the quarter mile and the si .(Hid over the five-sixteenths, and r.ever once has thenbeen a bad race. Compare such dogs as Court .lister. Greytick, Easter John, Risky Leader. Careful Play, Brown Sugar, Country Doctor, Reba Nell. Miss Lucky Roll, Sally Tite. Cauld Kail. Mary Elizabeth, My Pardner, ["Humph and others with the greyhounds at other ovals, and you will why the fans are flocking to ,yne. The Hack is centrally I from any part of Miami. You can ,• out either Seventh ave., X. W.. or N. E. Second ave. to 115th -t.. or get a bus back of the Venetian arcade and be there in a fewminutes. • • Miss Barbara Cohn, chairman, has announced an interesting program for the dinner meeting of Junior Hadassah on Monday evening, February 22nd, at the Tok'o Roof Garden, 272 W. Flagler st.. :c. 8:80. Mis. Sarah E. Buchman, who is he norary president of the Senior Hadassah of Atlanta, will speak. Miss Grace Berg will present a Sincere Greetings on Brotherhood Day TII.LMAN SERVICE STATION j ;l(ll S. W. Nth St. Ph. 2-9351 | "Lubrication a Specialty" niim Ill II I %  "•*" "' ul I"'" 1 "' Greetings on Brotherhood Day HAROLD'S GARAGE 57 N. E. 20th St. I'hone 2-. r >. r >2H Our Sincere Greetings on BROTHF.RHOOD DAY J. A. Bechard Bbcavne Building; group of readings and Mrs. Florence Lehman will review a book. Dinner is fifty cents per plate and members and their friends are invited to be present. • • The administration of the Miami unit of Junior Hadassah will entertain at its annual cocktail party and dance on Sunday evening, February 28th. Cocktails will be served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretzsky, 1552 Collins ave., Miami Beach, at 8 o'clock. A program of entertainment will be presented there, to be followed by dancing at the Town Casino. Admission to the affair will be by membership card only. Miss Myra Goodkowsky is chairman of the dance and is being -jssisted by Miss Belle Tannen, Miss Sylvia Kritzsky, Miss Helen Schiff. Miss Molly Engler, Miss Mildred (iittell and Miss Evelyn Beckerman. More than twenty-five tables were in play last Wednesday night at the annual card party of the welfare division of Emunah chapter at the American Legion hall. Refreshments were served during the evening, and a goodly sum was realized for the welfare work. The grand prize was won by Mrs. Max Halpern. Other prizes were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fisher, Mrs. Mary Weiner, Mrs. Rebecca | Silberstein, Mr. Aaron Rosenthal, Mrs. Anna Goldstein, Mrs. Rose Hoffman, Mrs. M. B. Frank. Mrs. Charles A. Parr, Mrs. Lillian Emmet. .Mrs. Ella Warnker, Mrs. Jack Pallor. Mrs. Rebecca Shaff, Mrs. G. K. Stander, Mrs. E. D. Pierson, Mrs. Michael Friedman, Mrs. A. Sandier. Miss Lena Corin. Mrs. Olive Hand. Mrs. Sidney Palmer. I %  'tings on BROTHERHOOD DAY HENRY I.. OPPENBORN Justice of the Peace GREETINGS ON BROTHERHOOD 1'AY JOHN A. MOORE and BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. 218 N. E. Second Ave. GREETINGS on BROTHERHOOD DAY MARTYN LUMBER COMPANY 1212 N.W. First Ave. MIAMI. FLORIDA Mrs. A. S. Abenson, Mrs. Robert Mitchell, Dr. Sidney I. Kennedy and Mrs. E. H. Raphael. + Accompanied by his brother-inlaw, Rabbi M. Halpern of New York, the famous dean of the world renowned Lomzer Yeshiva, Rabbi I. M. Gordon will arrive in Miami this coming week in the interests of this institution of higher learning. The Lomza Yeshiva, situated in the city of Lomza, Poland, has produced some of the greatestrabbis and scholars in the past generations, many of them occupying important positions throughout the world. Many students come to this Yeshiva from the United States and other parts of the world annually for post-graduate work in order to receive a thorough training in preparation for their rabbinic training. Rabbi Gordon, who is the dean of the Yeshiva, is noted as one of the greatest scholars of the age, and came to this country merely because the institution is facing a financial crisis which must be alleviated if the Yeshiva is to continue. While in this area Rabbi Gordon will deliver several addresses. He will be the guest of Kraemer's Kosher Restaurant and Hotel at Miami Beach during his stay here. • At the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation the pupils of the Sunday school and Talmud Torah will be presented in a Purim play on Sunday afternoon, February 28th, at the synagogue, beginning at 3 o'clock. Full details will appear in our next issue. GREETINGS on BROTHERHOOD DAY J. L. McKnight Receiver City National Bank It Is a Pleasure to Extend Our Hand to Jew, Protestant and Catholic in Fellowship on BROTHERHOOD DAY Kinsman's, Inc. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS Isle of Normandy PHONE :>-.t2fi8 GREETINGS on BROTHERHOOD DAY MIAMI BEACH EMPLOYMENT SERVICE' YOCOM'S EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 425 Alton Road Phone 5-1700 We Extend Our Hand in Fellowship and Good Will on BROTHF.RHOOD DAY SECOND AVE. STOVE CO. 201 N. W Second Ave. PHONE 3-1383 New and Rebuilt Gas and Electric Stoves Our Sincere Greeting On Brotherhood Day Loftin, Stokes & Calkins WE EXTEND OUR HAND IN FELLOWSHIP on BROTHERHOOD DAY • The Peoples Water and Gas Co. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Attorneys at Law Ino,rahnm Building GREETINGS ON BROTHERHOOD DAY G. & L. ROOFING COMPANY JOHNS-MANVILLE APPROVED ROOFERS Johns-Manville Deferred Payment Plan ALL METAL SOLAR SYSTEMS Phone Edgewater 1105 7811 N. E. 4th Court on GREETINGS ON BROTHERHOOD DAY KELLS PRESS 816 Douglas Entrance, Coral Gables PHONE 4-.->8l.-> We Extend Our Hani in Fellowship and Good Will BROTHERHOOD DAY HIRSCH-FAUTH, INC. EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE INTERIOR DECORATORS AND IMPORTERS Biscayne Blvd. at 14th Ter. Phone 2-5641 MIAMI, FLORIDA We Extend Our Hand in Sincere Fellowship to Jew, Catholic and Protestant on BROTHERHOOD DAY Miami Monument Co., Inc. MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS MAUSOLEUMS On the Occasion of BROTHERHOOD DAY I Extend My Hand in Fellowship and Brotherhood to All J. LAMAR PAXS0N COUNTY COMMISSIONER For Dade County Office and Showroom 3253 S. W. Ei K hth St. Miami, Florida



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s Friday, February 19, 1937 THE JBWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Five Your Purim Gift For An Open Letter The Jewish Floridian, .Miami, Fla. Gentlemen: As general chairman of the com. Water Afforestation of which more than five thousand dollars net was realized to enable The time-honored tradition of "Shalach Mor.os" tradition by send[he Jewish Welfare Bureau to conShnlach Monos, exchange of (rifts, ing one's Purim gift to the Keren jtinue its splendid work of helping eomplished because of their hard efforts. The bus companies and taxi companies were extremely liberal with their aid, as were Mrs. Hazel Keichenbach and Mrs. Bert Riesner with the use of their offices at Miami Beach. I may men. niittee arranging the annual tion the generosity of Mr. Joseph "Night of Stars" benefit for the Widener of Hialeah Park, who purJewish Welfare Bureau last Monchased five hundred dollars' worth day night at the Olympia Theatre, 0 f tickets. In concluding I cannot I take this means of expressing my recount the invaluable aid of Col. gratitude and that of my fellow Abe Hallow, my co-chairman, and workers to the citizenry of this ,„ sav that it has been a privilege community for the splendid reall (| extreme pleasure to have been spouse on this occasion. The en„ 1,1,. to be associated with this tire house was sold out, as u result splendid "Night of Stars." Sincerely, (Signed) RUDY R. ADLER, is your opportunity to become rich for life, thanks to Double-Mellow Old Cold. Watch this newspaper for further announcements. General Chairman. will be observed by thousands of Kayemeth. American Jews in a manner that "A flood of hatred an d persecuthe poor and needy. Of course, there cannot be sufficient thank:-Win $100,0(10f~+ %  %  k • 1 1 Daytona Beach Notes Mi re than twenty tables will be in play Sunday night at Temple Israel at a public benefit card party. Miss Sadie Katz and Mrs. George Liebman will be hostesses and have prepared homemade strode! and other delicious refreshments. There will be prizes for every table. Ii will be a George Washington's birthday card party and decorations will carry out the patriotic motif. The public is invited. will make each gift a factor in the ,,„,, nk( h] tne (|ays of n amun llul given to lh stellar performers of -. j cause of Palestine land redemption. Esther, is rising against many sec radio, s.age an I screen and the Oliirt Kl^lSt INOW On the occasion of Purim, occurt!ona f ,,u 'W>T te !" th man nenU ," f ** W M,M4 ; ring on February 26th, Jewish Na"de. the Jewish will must be bent]ment centers for tho:r servicea and Wjn „ Fortune in Old (.old tional Fund councils and committees in many communities throughon preserving anil extending the CO-operali n, for W.ihoUt them this positive values in Jewish life. As affair coul.l nat have been held. Contest .ut the nation have arranged to present Keren Kayemeth souvenirs or Palestine-made fruits and candies as Purim gifts in exchange for which contributions for the furtherance of Palestine land redemption are to be made. An appeal by mail has gone out from Jewish National Fund headquarters in New never before, the energies of the Jew sl. people are engaged in the Much may be said of the splendid y ()U ,.„„ w ;„ olu 0 f i.ooo cash help given by Mrs. Bertha B. Lev ,,, i /( s totaling $200,000, by enterconstructive task of upbuilding the I chairlady of the ticket committee,; inff tll( t) |,| (; 0 i,| r (m iest. The •buish National Home in Palesher co-workers, Mrs. Ida Optner, con t e8 t j s j U8 t beginning and contine. In this upbuilding work. land. Mrs. Bertha Marcus, Mrs. Morris sjsls (|f S( ,i V mg Picture Puzzle.-, drainage, water and afforestation Alpert, Mrs. Paula Dreifus, Mrs. A. start ,. iK h t noWi Don't delay. Go are indispensable essentials. These Hodges, Mrs. Morris Jacob, Mrs. Ut yoU| cigarette dealer and ask four objectives are being attained Anna Magid and Mrs. Hose Miles. hjnl ,,„. ,| u official Old Cold Puzthrough the realization of the Jew. I know their thanks will come from k p| c t ureBi FRF.K, together with ish Nat dual Fund's program of the knowledge of the good work ju || ,. u ),. s .,,,,1 details Concerning Vork to scores of thousands of |> a l es tine land redemption." the apamong the needy that will be ac, h( ,.„ nU st Follow the instrucAmerican Jews to observe the peal states. j tions carefully. Neatness does not ,. .... count. There are no tricks or atoi \ a'Hleulierg promised his un, LIB _I.. II s „ catches. Only your skill wins. Heie .Michigan Congressmen Pledge Aid spread pf anti-democratic forces in equivocal support against 'all sut>Against Subversive Movements { a his country, Senators Arthur H. versive anti-democratic forces," V'andenhergand Prentiss M. Brown while Senator Brown saiil he would Detroit (W.N'S)Responding to and Representatives George A. at all times "do my utmost to prea resolution adopted by the DeDondero. Roy A. Woodruff and vent the enactment of legislative troit chapter of the American Jew-1 John Luecke wrote to Philip Slomeasures which would be subverish Congress, which called upon movitz, chairman of the Detroit give of the constitutional guaranMichigan members of congress to section of the Jewish congress, tees vouchsafed our people undci support legislation to prevent the their assurances of support. Senour form of government." The local B'nai B'rith lodge is having a Purim dance this coming Wednesday or Thursday night, February 24th or 26th, at the Peninsula Club, and the popular orchestra, Eddie's Dixie Aces, will probably play, according to the committee, who are Leonard I lobrow. Leo Epstein and Irving Sacks. Many out-of-town guests are invited. There will be novelty dances and refreshments. The public is invited. r "Drink For Your Stomach's Sake" E. GORDON Jewish Rituals Vice-President CARTER & WIXSOM. Inc. II NERAL DIRECTORS :,ll W. Flajr'er St. Phone 2-8421 Itesidence Phone 2-1!' s KM M IVE ROOMS roil JI:.\ ISH CAS KS Come in and talk to us .... your business neighbor ... just as you would with the family in the home next door. We'll appreciate your interest—the suggestions you may be able to make about some improvement in our service. We want you to know that we're anxious to serve you ... in every way we can ... to help you enjoy the benefits of better living, provided by electric service, at the lowest possible cost &3Bm If you're busy, just drop a note in the mail, suggesting the improvement in service you consider most important It will receive our prompt attention. WORTH SO MUCH UNSHIN, LRVIC SOMP&L COSTS SO LITTLE LM



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, February 19, 1937 BULLETIN TEMPLE iSKM.I Of Miami 13? .\ E. 19th St. Oft lev Phone 2-77 15 KXHBI .lAv'oli II KAPLAN RABBI COLHAN A. ZW1TMAN UttlHi Albaiore Drive 530 N. E. 31st St. M mm 'teach 6-9876 Miami 2-9648 One HI huili ii Hi... Rahhi* will be at the Temple every mornii ^ I hroughoul he yi ai You Can Win $100,000 Prize in Old Gold Contest Decide Right Now This Contest and Win a Prize tour, has called on the National j of Labor, the Joint Boycott CounAssociation for the Advancement cil, the Jewish Labor Committee, of Colored People, the National | Young Israel, Brith Sholom and Conference of Jews and Christians, the British Abraham to co-operate the Federal Council of Churches of In the boycott. Harry H. Schaffer, Christ in America and the Good commander-in-chief of the Jewish to Filter Neighbor Le8 ue to J' n in the War Veterans, has sent instructions >oycott. The national executive to all posts in cities where Schmelcounqil of the .1. W. V. also invited ing is due to appear to contact CIGARETTES fa I the Non-Sectarian Ant i N a z i these various organizations in oropportunity of a League, the American Federation der to unify boycott activities. This : CONGREGATIONAL | The distinguished occupant of our pulpit this Friday evening at 8:15 o'clock is the wife of a rabbi in Germany. But not merely as the Wife of Rabbi Harry Levy of Berlin !;iFrau Yettka Levy-Stein gained recognition in Jewish circles; she commands recognition through her own wink-. After the completion of her Studies in the universities of Wurzburg ami Berlin, where she specialized in psychology and philosophy, Frau Stein became very ac| live in social Bervice w irk and in organ zing and leading youth groups in Germany. Three years ag i, when the Youth Aliyah work was launched, Frau Stein, because of her interest in the plight and pi obi i" of Jewish youl h in <• many, became one of the foremost leadei if I he movemi As one of the leading German won • %  | i oioting the project, Frau Levy Stein has invited a number of c iunl rie-. including Holland, ( zc %  S ."akia, Hungary, Canada, S it! Vfiica and the United States. She wain Palestine la 'year and saw a> I i -t hand the pr II esa >£ the : %  habilital I in %  ( German Jew i.-h i hi'.dn n. \ i this Friday evewill relati some of her work, an I i ildren in ( • %  tia tie I in ; ecial camp• t'l v in t he co n %  la %  ted by ; i i wed bj n • : b; I uests and nn mb %  of th coi ratio are RELIGIOI s . and the best collection was HI class Intermediate 4. A chart system in which ihe rec. ord of the pupil will be visibly prec oervn "Florida's Finest American-Jewish Di'hner" STREGI& RtSTAtPANT [ 446 COLLIN/ AVLAAIA-VM BtACH sented each Sunday, as an incentive to diligence in studies and regularity in attendance, will be begun this Sunday morning with the new school term. Prizes will be given at the end of the year for the best records, and we would ask the parent! to show an interest instructions carefully. Read this OLD GOLD giving you the lifetime to win a fortune. contest consists of solving Puzzle Pictures. Go to your cigarette dealer and ask him for the official Old Gold Puzzle Pictures, FREE, together with full rules and regulations concerning the contest. There are 1,000 cash prizes, totaling 8200,000. No catches or trick-. Only your skill wins. The contest is just beginning. Double-Mellow Old Golds give you the opportunity to become rich for life. Follow the inthis project and their children. the progress of GENERAL newspaper ments. lor further announceGood Will Groups I'rged to Co-Operate in Boycott of SchmelinK Tour = MIAMI BEACH; GLASS CO. MIRRORS CLASS FURNITURE TOPS WINDOW VENTILATORS PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS Phone 5-5585 ALBERT NEMETZ S. HOWARD ROSENDORF 437 Washington Avenue / New York (WNS) Because the forthcoming tour of Max Schmclo I On Saturday evening, February 27th, the Temple Israel Youth Club | which consists of members of the confirmatta class and the postin(r Nazi ,, ox ,. 1 ; Mng concen confirmation class, will hold then„. ato thrill roo didn't Alligator rxpert to find In Mi.mii.. Wrestline an Indian VllUn ... SO inn old fall of H m amaslni curios and hand-work of the ladlans. fiouny You null also see the bran, wildcats, water Thru ,ne D monkeys these Semlnoles hare captured and their hnae col eclion of alligators and crocodiles. Hundreds of rare tropical plants. 25c ADM. Includes Ererythiif community are invited to attend. Hebrew classes are held in our temple every Thursday afternoon it i o'clock. On Sunda.v afternoon, February 21st, Dr. Kaplan will speak at the Riverside Military Academy. On Friday evening, March 5th, lir. Nissan Touroff, outstanding writer and psychologist, will speak ;it our temple on "Nationali m Normal and A bn irmal." United States, which has taken the lead in organizing a boycott of the L r jot.i ALL NORTHBOL ND BUSSES LEAVE KltiiM MTUa O-IOLL GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH 515 Washington Avenue White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP 210 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortes Hotel \ I, Y 1 >! O RE N I II T H T ERTED LEWIS / YOU'RE DRIVING ME CRAZY I LOVE TO SEE THE CHILDREN HAVE A GOOD TIME FOR YOUR OWN SAKE Buy at SCHUBERTH'S Fish and Oyster Co. Your Choice of FRESH SEA FOODS Wholesale and Retail "LOW PRICES" S.W. CORNER FLA GLER ST. BRII) G E AND MIAMI R I V E 1! 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Priiay, February 19, 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Nine Jewish News Around the World Introduces Rill to Check Fake Religious Schemes ing alone or for organizations in a variety of money-raising plans are reported to have increased recently. Arrests are made from time to time by the police, who have uncovered evidence! of. organised racketeering in this field. Solicitation over the telephone of money, of advertising, and of other busiin \e\v V>rk City and elsewhere ... checks by pseudo clergymen are the past several years, has .. ".her practices, ',. n introduced in the legislature by Assemblyman Edward P. Doyle, Democrat of Brooklyn. It would New York National (iuard Advera new section t-o the penal tisea for German Recruits law, making impersonation of clerin Nazi 1'aper jymen and nuns for fraudulent sea a misdemeanor, punishNew York (WNS)—-Recruiting able by fine, imprisonment or both, > >>f Germans with their first citizenThe measure provides that "any, ship papers for Battery I), 244th n who, in the promotion of Artillery, New York National his own interests or to derive pe> benefit, gain or profit for Guard, through an advertisement in the Deutscher Weckruf und Beohimself or for any other person, i haehter, official organ of the Gerfirm or corporation, impersonates i man-American Bund, the Nazi ora priest, minister, rabbi, sister Organization in the United States, nun of any religious institution or was ordered stopped by Adjutant order for the purpose of promotGeneral Walter (;. Robinson when fraudulent religious scheme the matter was brought to his atlilty of a misdemeanor, puntention. Captain Joseph D. Curishable by a fine of §100 or by ran, commander of Company D, and imp] i.-onment for one year, or by Lieutenant F. Harkin, second in both such fine and imprisonment." command, who placed the adverThe act would take effect Septemtisement, admitted it was a misber 1st, 1987. It is now before take, hut insisted they did not know the assembly committee on codes, the paper was a Nazi organ. They Impersonations of clergymen and also stated they had received no religious persons by persons actreplies. Adjustnt General Robinson said: "As a matter of policy I strongly disapprove of recruiting men of German descent of any particular nationality in this manner. The recruiting should be done amog the friends of a regiment and not by this sort of advertising. I feel that the commanding officer of the 244th could not have known of this method of recruiting or he would never have allowed it. I shall certainly investigate this while I am here." Observers pointed out that this situation created the possibility that the National Guard might be training soldiers for the German army, since all Germans abroad are subject to military service in the event of war, even if they are citizens of other countries. .Most members of Company D are Irish, but there are a few Jews in it, too. Captain Curran said that in the past the company had not accepted recruits unless they had their second papers. Three years ago, it was recalled, there was a report of efforts being made to enroll Nazis in the 71st regiment of the New York National (iuard, but a board of inquiry found no basis for the c harge. mediately after their return and must leave the country after their release. Of late Jews seeking to return vo Germany have encountered diffic .lties, even when they are not emigres, but have only been temporarily resident or in business abroad. Such Jews require special permits even for a temporary visit. Often they run the risk of arrest. They also find that when their passports expire they are renewed for only short terms. •the work of B'nai B'rith throughout the world and urged Jews to i become more conscious of their I duty to themselves and their pe >j pie. A large class of candidat was initiated into the lodge, with the degree team, headed by Judge II. N. Roth, conferring the work. The local lodge has been linking considerable headway recently and increasing its roster of members. Italy liars Wealthy .lews From Leaving Tripoli Rome (WNS)—A number of wealthy Tripolitan Jews who sought permission to leave Italy's North African colony for Italy have been denied permission by Italian authorities, according to a report in the Italian press. Tripoli was recently the scene of the public whipping of two Jews and the arrest' of many others because they refused to violate the Jewish Sabbath by keeping their shops open. Jewish Traveling Rights Curbed in Germany MIAMI REACH 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 Sinht Itinnrr Barred in lh Main Dlalas •""" Dining Room Open Until May 1st Make Your Reservations Now for Passover Berlin (WNS)—While German Jewry is again becoming exceedingly nervous over recurrent reports of new discriminatory legislation, the Nazis do not appear to be in any hurry about announcing a new anti-Jewish decree because | they are achieving their anti-Jew-' ish objectives through new admin; istrative ordinances which are less j conspicuous hut equally effective., The latest of these ordinances are those curbing the right of Jews to travel. There have been many in-' tames in which German Jews] were forbidden to go to or through Austria. The new Austro-German pact, which was intended to boost travel to Austria, applies only to Aryans. Restrictions regarding the return of Jews from foreign countries have also been tightened. Jewish emigres must spend a year in a special concentration camp im. Orlando Notes Nearly all of Orlando's Jewish residents and visitors were present last Tuesday night at the meeting of the Orlando B'nai B'rith lodge to hear a stirring address by Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan of Jacksonville. Rabbi Kaplan stressed the need of unity at the present time in Jewish ranks; he told of United Campaign Begins Drive (Continued from Page 1) edicts make it impossible for Jew-: to survive in a normal sense. Then' is only one solution to the Jewish situation in Germany, and that is emigration. We must find countries that will receive and shelter thi m. Mr. Lehman also referred to Poland, where three million Jews arc in the throes of unspeakable misery. Concluding. Mr. Lehman said that the Jews of Miami are to be complimented in joining two great causes in one—the Joint Distribution Committee and the United Palestine Appeal, both of which strive to bring succor and heal, to some extent, the wounds of suffering Jewry wherever they may be. Mrs. Daniel Cromer and Mrs. Marvin Bronner, co-chairmen of ; the women's division for Miami and (Miami Beach, respectively, issued instructions to workers and distributed prospect cards among them. Delicious CORNED BEEF PICKLED, COOKED And SMOKED MEATS Now Obtainable Everywhere in Florida DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN Kosher Zion Sausage Co., Inc. "reet 449.459 W. Thirty-Seventh Street CHICAGO, ILL. It ma) Second $500.00 FOR YOU ? he yours-for jus. six and one-half weeks' work. No string to this offer; everyone f a. .an ^^mS "g^ Prize. Remember—every thing is free-alllyou_need_is^ a willingnes s to work, fcnter hile sa les^rejasu>_maae. And don't forget the $200.(i $100 FREE! TO THE ORGANIZATION $100 FREE! T^^^.^^S£^J^AI^^£ a&wszez receipt is attached ervone wants this The p.an is new-the work easy-the rewards big. The Jewish *2+^mSttt£+ cUng^ate E^pSt to have this paper introduced to others. Thin offer will not be refloated, nor will the tune b^oxtonOW. j ^ r^ ar must he in bv the close of the first vote period. Stop wishing and waiting. Your friends win De gin in today! ^ are financial sacrifices 1937. All entries in the race. Come fjpyy gcly Payroll ft co.raiGMT Opportunity Coupon Good for 100,000 EXTRA Premium Credits Not Good MM Flrit Wk of "W.okly Payroll" Drlvo 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 blank, get one subscription and start in this race with more than 100.000 Credits. NOW IS THE TIME TO START. BRING IN to Campaign Department 21 S. W. 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VoL 10No. 8
Reception to Be
Tendered Rabbi
What promises to be one of the
outstanding events of the current
season is the reception being ten-
dered to Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham
A. Kellner by the Ladies' Auxiliary
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation on Sunday evening, Feb-
ruary 21st, beginning at 8:15
o'clock. Extending greetings on
behalf of the local congregations
will be Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi -Max Shapiro and Rabbi Col-
umn Zwitman. A musical program
in which well known cantors and
singers in this area will participate
will be presented. The principal
address of the evening will be pre-
sented by Rabbi Kellner. Follow-
ing the program a social hour will
be presented.
Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner came to
Miami several months ago from
Baltimore, Md.. where Rabbi Kell-
ner was the spiritual head of Pe-
lach Tikva Congregation. Since
his arrival in Miami with Mrs.
Kellner, Rabbi Kellner has reor-
ganized the Talmud Torah of the
congregation, increased its attend-
ance and that of the Sunday school,
organised a daily minyan, whicn
meets for prayers morning and eve-
ning; r Talmud class and a Chu-
mosh class. Mrs. Kellner has been
active in the work of the Ladies'
Auxiliary, the Sunday school and
Talmud Torah.
The public is cordially invited to
tend and pay their respects
Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner,



Beth David to
Hold Annual Ball
Beth David Sisterhood is spon-
iring its twenty-first annual Pu-
i un ball Thursday evening, Febru-
ary 25th, tt the Mahi Shrine Tem-
ple, 1416 Biscayno blvd. In charge
of arrangements is a committee
headed by Mrs. Harry Oliphant,
general chairman. She is being
assisted by Mrs. Isidor Cohen, ba-
zaar chairman; Mrs. M. J. Kopelo-
witz, ticket chairman; Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz, journal chairman. Oth-
ers assisting are Mrs. J. Englei,
-Mrs. M. Rippa, Mesdames W. M.
Blutstein, L. J. Hartz, Saul Greif,
Morris Badanes, Stanley C. Myers,
G. Ginsburg, Ed Friedman, Mollie
Apte, H. Sootin, Morris Pepper,
Ben Kandle, M. Jackson, Charles
Abbot, J. Lang, Charles Goldstein,
Jack August, Mendel Scheinberg,
Jack Pallot, Michael Arnold, Sol
We'nklc and Mrs. Max Shapiro.
The proceeds will be used for the
work of the Talmud Torah and
Sundav school, whose enrollment
now is more than 825 pupils, and
which is under the supervision of
Rabbi Max Shapiro. The public
is urged to attend. Tickets may
be obtained from any member of
the committee or at the door.
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRIARY 19, 1!I37
Price Five Cents
United Campaign
Begins Drive
Governors of Thirty-Two States Endorse
Brotherhood Day
Brotherhood Day, stressing co-operation of Protestants, Catholics and
Jews as American citizens and the creation of a united front against total-
itarianisms and the importation of foreign propaganda of hatred and strife,
will be nationally observed Saturday, February 20, and Sundav, Febru-
ary 21.
Among the governors stressing the need for interfaith co-operation
and understanding at this time, in view of the situation in some countries
abroad, are:
Governor Harry W. Nice, Maryland: "To my mind it has already been
made definitely clear that the people of our country are not tolerant of
individuals or groups who seek to disseminate the vitriol of anti-Semitism,
anti-Catholicism and anti-Protestantism.
"It is no longer a question of tolerance. The spirit that pervades the
western hemisphere demands that organized religions co-operate with such
zeal and enthusiasm that the insidious propagandist who works under cover
and by vicious 'whispering' be tracked to his lair and his anti-social charac-
ter be laid bare to the ridicule of enlightened men."
Governor Frank F. Merriam, California: "This movement is of great
importance because of the sharp contrast that it brings to mind. Whi! \
tendencies appear to be developing in other parts of the world to suppress
or to regiment the religious opinions of individuals, we encourage every
man and woman to respond to the guidance of conscience. Our way of life
not only guarantees religious liberty to each individual, but demands re-
spect for the other man's viewpoint."
Governor George H. Earle, Pennsylvania: "It is evident that we are
approaching an age of world citizenship. Rapid and new developments in
science and education are breaking down the physical barriers that sep-
arate peoples, and the populations of the world are accordingly being drawn
together into closer proximity to one another. It is important that the
physical nearness of nations be accompanied by a social and spiritual un-
derstanding SO as to unite the peoples of the world into a true neighbor-
hood of nations. The observance of Brotherhood Day can make a contribu-
tion to this social ideal."
Governor Harold G. Hoffman, New Jersey: "There are so many com-
mon concerns which we in America must work out for our mutual protec-
tion and advantage that we cannot afford to consider racial and doctrinal
differences as of fundamental importance in our development. We have
learned, in recent years, through great privation and suffering, that our
economic and industrial well being depend upon co-operative and united
endeavor. There must be that same acceptance of the principles of co-op-
eration and interdependence in our social and religious life."
Governor Wilbur L. Cross. Connecticut: "America is the land of many
peoples. It is also the land of freedom. That these conditions can exist
together with misapprehension is due to the fact that, regardless of spir-
itual and social differences, there are wide areas of common ground wheiv
we all may unite and work together for social improvement. Brotherhood
Dav. as I see it, has as its purpose the pronouncement of this principle thr.1
we may more fully appreciate it and avail ourselves of the opportunity to
continue to 'Make America Safe for Differences'"

;.; The Greater Miami United Jew-
H ish Campaign to raise $50,000 was
m officially inaugurated last night at
3 a rally held at the An-Nell Hotel,
with a large group of leaden and
active workers in attendance.
Harry Simonhoff read a wire
which was received from Rabbi
Stephen S. Wise, national chair-
man of the United Palestine Ap-
peal, which is included in this cam-
paign, extending his best wishes
for a successful effort. The mes-
sage, in part, reads as follows:
"To you and your devoted co-
workers who have been mobilized
for Sunday evening rally, we send
in heartiest greetings. Stop. Con-
fident that Miami will do its full
share towards our four-and-a-half-
million-dollar campaign which was
launched at national conference,
Washington, 1). ('. Stop. We ap-
peal to your loyal army and knights
in the cause of Israel tso redouble
heir efforts so that Miami may
raise every dollar of the fifty thou-
sand which is your goal. Stop.
The precarious position of our peo-
ple in Eastern and Central Kurope
imposes greater obligations upon
us. Stop. They look to us to helps
He cannot an I must not deny fhem
I'.ui hi i; .- ;op. alsi greet
'. a. ,'i- chai.man of thi> .olun-
. i ,i: n.y, .o pi:,, ioing ,, dgnifi-
eiu leadership in. tin Hmpaign."
Timely addresse: were delivered
by Mrs. 1. M. Weinstein, wh -poke
on the plig!ii of th" Jewish people
abroad and i Iso "i i1 e poss I iiities
for the sctccnuni of these unfor-
tunate* .n Palestine, she called
upon the workei to sei every pros-
I them to contribute.
'Perha] that extra $6 that you
',. will obtain may prevent starvation
i"i some unfortunate little child
' ii. Poland or other European coun-
try. Sec them all," Mrs. Wein-
stein'continued, "do nol permit any-
one to escape doing his or her
share in alleviating distress and
Buffering among our people."
Mr. I.eo Lehman of Pittsburgh,
nationally known Jewish leader,
not only urged the workers to put
. forth every effort in realizing the
i.",u,o00 fcoal. La. he or- ).....y gen-
erously contributed to the cam-
paign, although he is one of the
largest contributors in Pittsburgh.
Mr. Lehman, in referring to con.
di.ibn of -i< \vs in Ger said:
"The Jewish position in Germany
i< becomin; increasingly worse
from day to day. New government
(Continued on Tag. 7)



Philadelphia Synagogue Bars Rab-
bis From Services for Non-
Members
Philadelphia (WNS)In ac-
cordance with a
decision of thelthej request such services. Only .'or various services, m ih> future
board of trustees, the rabbis of in cases where persons ar
Keneseth Israel will cially unable to pay hem
e linan- uli such funds wil be turned over
mbcri-hip fees will excep-
to the congregation's treasury for
the furtherance of Its noral work.
Congregation
hereafter officiate only at wed- mum
,lur- or funerals where the inter- lions he permitted. 'Hie trustee
uings oi mo*. .uli ,.. i *n ..i.r.h il,.. i.......ti.-c 'he congregation is affiliated with
ested parties are members of the also voted to abobsn the practice
congregation <>r join it at the time whereby rabbis received gratuities the reform wing of Judaism.
In deference to our local rab-
binate and prominent rabbis now
visiting here, and because of an
investigation now being conducted
l | Di>de County, > deei.i it proper
;io withhold publication of an ex-
poae of kaahrus conditions and its
ramification thai was. to have ap-
peared this week. It will appear
in our next issue.
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Pajre Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, February 19, 1937
1
Madame Yetka Levy Stoin. one
of the most noted woman orators
today, who is in Miami on a tour
in the interest of the Youth Aliyah,
the transfer of German Jewish
youth to Palestine, will be the truest
r at Beth .lacoh Synagogue,! I^^to
Ml...... r>____i. o____i..........- */&/,?V?X
Miami Beach. Sunday evening,
Februarj 21st. beginning at 8
o'clock, when she will tell of con-
dition in Germany. The public
i- urged to attend.
...
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SOCIETY
\d
1
rial highways.
West Flagler street cars are met
by a free shuttle bus. The regular
buses leave Burdine's First st. en-
trance at intervals of ten minutes
after 7 o'clock each night. The
fare is ten cents.
*
Allan. February 11th, at- Victoria The contrast of young romance
the play. Interlocutor is Mrs. Ben- Ration.
I lah Simon of Washington. A very I Hospital.
splendid two-hour show with the Mr. B. J. Cohen of Orlando, one
finest in songs, dances and min- of the most prominent lay leaders Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Rayvia emS
-i i els will be provided. AdmiS- of Jewry of Florida, who is now announce the engagement of their atre Sunday and Monday.
Mia. Arthur K. Schwartz of Chi- Bion is only SI. Proceeds will be associated with Comptroller Lee's daughter. Sylvia, to Morris SchatZ- Te -"">" concerns two young
cago the house guest of her par- rsed tor the welefare work of the department, i, now in Miami and man. sen of Mr. and Mrs. Louis brothers, horn and raised in the
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz, organization. will remain here for several days. Schatzman. A reception honoring etr t city,
long time residents of this city. -Miss Rayvia and her fiance will be
and crafty gangsterdom is vividly
presented in the film, "Sworn En-
at the Seventh Avenue The-
Purim will be observed in the plans '"''' bein* completed for
More than five hundred attended Greater Miami area next Wednes- ,ll<' linluinl ,,a" an(l dance of the
day evening at the Miami Jewish '-''die--' Auxiliary of the Miami
Orthodox Congregation. Beth Da- J?wiah Orthodox Congregation, to
vid Congregation and Beth Jacob
Congregation, -Miami Beach, when '
the Megillaa Bather will be read.
Thursday morning special I'urini
'he presentation ceremonies last
Sunday night- of a Safer Torah to
the Junior Congregation of Beth
David Synagogue, at Beth David,
by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simons.
Taking part in the ceremony, which
was conducted by Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, were Stanley C. Myers, who
presided; Mr. Harry Simons, who
presented the Safer Torah; Peritz
Scheinberg, president of the Junior
Congregation, who formally ac-
cepted for tin-Junior Congregation.
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega.
bion brought greetings from his
congregation and delivered a brief
addle.-. Cantor Louis Hayman
chanted several appropriate selec-
tions. An appeal by Rabbi Max
Shapiro resulted in several hundred
dollars being raised for the work
of the Junior Congregation.
An important meeting of the
board of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation will be held Monday eve-
ning, February 22nd, at 8 o'clock.
in the home of Rabbi Abraham
Kellner, 216 S. \V. Nineteenth avo.
*
At the late Friday evening serv-
ices tonight at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi Ab-
raham A. Kellner will preach on
"The Mi tsage of Purim."The usual
conj.....ial singing and chant-
ing will be enjoyed. Saturday
morning services begin at 9 o'clock,
with the Mincha services at-."> p. m. I announces ,Im' 'he affair this year
followed by Shalosh Saudah and .vvi" '"' held at the Floridian Hotel
given Sunday. February -1st, from
8 to II p. m.. by her parents at
their home. 17::': S. W. Eleventh
st. No cards will b issued. The
be hehl on March 7th at the Flo- welding will he an event of the
Hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs.
Jack Hirsch is general chairman
of the committee in charge of ar-
services will he held at each of the rangenu nts.
three synagogues, beginning at- y
a. m. Addresses explaining the Tl"' M"'ial meeting for February
significance of the holiday will be "f ""' 1("'al B'nai l!Vil'h ,od*e win
summer.
Miss IJayvis is c!
,. i activities of the
cial contingent. She
';, Identified
younger so-
is an active
member of the Junior Hadassah,
of which she is a past president.
Mr. Schatzman came to Miami
i ah hall next Tuesday evening,
February 23rd, when George Wash-
ington's birthday anniversary will
be observed. Mr. Herbert C. Fei-
belmaii. prominent attorney and
civic worker and president of Tem-
ple Israel, will be the guest apeak-
made by the rabbis of the congrc- '"' neM "' Beth i'"1 Talmud To- three years ago and is a member
gat ions.

Mr. and .Mrs. Samuel Gurss ob-
served their thirty-fourth wedding
inniversarj on February lflth with
a dinner at the Town Casino.
Among those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Price. Mr. and Mrs. .Mau-
rice Spitalny and Mrs. Marks of
Cleveland, and Mr. and Mrs. R, ,r.
Bergen of Chicago, ill.
f a well known family of New
Brunswick, N. J. He is manager
of the Berkley Shoe Shop, Miami
Beach.
*
West Flaglrr's S2.000 added Fu-
turity, which brings together the
where the influence of the grim
racketeers is never far away. One
of them is ruthlessly killed be-
au-e he knows too much and ihe
other swears to avenge him.
Joseph Calleia, the sinister vil-
lain of the screen, p'.sys a Lon
v nancy role as a crippled gang-
ster chieftain. Robert Young por-
irays the surviving brither, who
becomes the manager of a prize
fighter, played by Nat Pendleton,
the Sandow of "The Great Zieg-
feld."
He will discuss "Washington fas,,.st greyhounds in the country
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Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing
LOWEST CASH PRICES
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At the late Friday evening serv-
ices tonight in Both David Syna-
gogue, Rabbi Max Shapiro will
preach on "The Greatest Romance
in History," baaed on Fran/. Wor-
fel's play. "The Eternal Road."
Cantor I.ouis Hayman. assisted by
Beth David choir, will chant the
services. Saturday morning serv-
ices begin promptly at S o'clock.
Junior Congregation begins serv-
ice- at 10:30 a. m.
*
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements for the annual ball and
dance of Beth Jacob Sisterhood
Maariv.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau is spon-
soring its annual all ladies' min
Strel -how on Wednesday evening.
March 3rd, at the Ida M Fisher
High school auditorium. Miami
Beach, beginning at 8:80 o'clock.
Mrs. Bertha B. Levy is coaching
Sunday evening. February 28th, at
9 o'clock, with outstanding stars
i n the entertainment program. In
charge of the program is Mr. M.
B. Frank, secretary of the congre-
rSjGVST BROS/lJyj?
LT Is the BEST.' *
ANNOUNCEMENT
Sm"h!.mnMl.f?T 5fh.,1 ri'',vl"S PPllcallolM tor cntra-vo to 11 nrw
21 with -o prl1 ','?,\ W?*v 'ewtofi boyi betur-en the agea of .7 and
1,.r.',i. >cor of h"'h Khool saueal on, who are sincerely mtorei ted n
Thc'" "rc as a vocation, may apply for the npportiiniiies the school olfer
c^?^i ? comprlei 36 months, students recelvo In addition to a fir-; i -<
,. ar., o the various branches of aericuitcrc. baord. roon and otner
perquisites, for Information addren Mr Herbert I) Allman, president
_______NATIONAL FARM SCHOG-________
l.ui WALNUT ST.. PHILADELPHIA, Pr.Nls.
Concepts of the Constitution in
His Day and Ours." Following the
address a social hour will follow,
when vocal and instrumental se-
lections will he heard and refresh-
ments will be served by a commit-
tee of ladies. The public is invit-
d to attend.
"Gently scan your brother man,
still gentler, your sister woman," smashed
Was the gist Of Dr. Wolfson's ad-
dress before the Spinoza Group
last Saturday afternoon. Next Sat-
urday at 2 p. m. the Group will
meet again at 1050 Collins ave.,
Miami Beach, to hear the opera
"N'ornia." At -'!:.'i0 p. m. Dr. Ab-
raham Wolfson will speak on "The
Origin and Nature of the Human
Emotions." General discussion will
follow- the lecture.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat L. Williams
announce the birth of a son, Gibbs
Hotel Astor
Washington at 10th St.
MIAMI BEACH
70 rooms, each with bath;
radio in every room; steam
heated; spacious lobby, en-
closed sun parlor, beautiful
patio, free solarium.
D. ROSNER
Owner and Operator
from all the leading tracks, gets I
under way Thursday night with!
the first elimination.
Eliminations will be held night-;
ly until March 5th, when the sur- j
viving eight dogs meet for the
richest purse in dogdoni.
Crowds at West- Flagler have
been increasing by leaps and
bounds and the mutuel business has
all records.
Tuesday night the famous Yacht
Club Boys will be a special fea-
ture attraction at the track and
will entertain the patrons.
West Flagler patrons are find-
ing the hurdle race, which is a
nightly feature exclusively at Mi-
ami's downtown track, extremely
exciting. The jumpers leap over
three hurdles in pursuit of the elu-
sive rabbit.
Being only three miles from
downtown, West Flagler is easily
reached over West Flagler st. or
N. \V. Seventh st. Both are arre-
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which is to take place in Memphis
March 7th and 8th, were selected.
Miss Beatrice Peiser spoke on
"Jewish Contributions to Poetry."
The meeting was marked by .i
special celebration, the twelfth an-
niversary of the marriage of the
hostess, Mrs. Nathan Dwoskin.
Cincinnati (WNS)An exhaust-
ive survey to determine where and
to what extent victims of the flood
in the Ohio and Mississippi valleys
require aid has been undertaken
by the B'nai B'rith preliminary to
the extension of aid in the reha-
bilitation work. The survey is be-
The Junior Daughters of Israel
held a reorganization meeting at
the Jewish Center last week, reor-
ganising the club, electing new of-
ficers and planning the future pro-
gram of the club.
The meeting was called to order
by the retiring president. Miss
Edith Weiss, and was attended by
Mrs. M. D. Margolis, original spon-
sor of the organization; Mrs. H.
Weiss, retiring senior-junior re-
lationship chairman, and Mrs. J.
i V. Gross, the new senior-junior re-
ing made in co-operation with
B'nai B'rith's district No. 2, which 'ationship chairman.
Miss Edith Wolfson was elected
bore the brunt of the flood dam-
> age. B'nai B'rith lodges through-
out the country contributed gen-
: erously to the Red Cross fund for
immediate flood relief aid. In the
past B'nai B'rith has aided disas-
president; Miss Thelma Seigal,
vice-president; Miss Ruth Davis,
secretary-treasurer, and Miss Edith
Weiss, reporter.
Miss Wolfson took over the
same thing. Here, at" all events, it
is. sixteen millions of men and
children, no better and no worso,
no wiser and no stupider, neither
m.iri. nor less gifted than any ota-
ter victims in many parts of the j meeting and the future events of
world. District No. 2 includes [the organization were discussed. It
was decided upon that the organi-
cities in Ohio, Kentucky and In-
diana which suffered the greatest
damage from the flood.
ei similar group of people. Take own eyes. And he comes to Eretz
it on that simplest and most rea- Nrael and betrays it with a kiss.
jonable basis. And this people is "The entire Yishux is a social
, persecuted from age to age beyond ghetto." Rank self-hatred. Are
all measure and beyond all belief. Danes living self -affirmatively | The]n
There is no form of discrimination with Danes in a ghetto? Or AI-'
or exclusion or humiliation or I banians with Albanians? He Is
zation will give weekly Saturday
night dances. The first of these
informal backward-forward dances
will be given Saturday night in the
Jacksonville Jewish Center From
10-..JO to 1:30 o'clock.
The committee in charge of the
Saturday night dances incluJes:
self-humiliation and fear. We
ize the Jewish peple? Has ho evi r
read Gordon? What does lie do?
The World's
Window
Noblesse Oblige
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
This column is copyrighted by
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part stricily forbidden. Any
infringement will be prosecuted.
My observations on Mr. Robert
Gessner's book, "Some of My Best
Friends Are Jews," aroused a lit-
tle tempest of controversy here
and there. Mr. Gessner and his
publisher, Mr. John Farrar, re-
plied quietly but bitterly. One or
two editors or editorial writers
thought I had gone pretty far; sev-
eral others rose to state their
agreement with me. It cannot be
aid that Mr. Gessner's book has
had a "good press" in Jewish pub-
ns, I have no doubt thai It
een or will be favorably re-
I in those pseudo-liberal pa-
pers which nurse the fond hope
11 ll the Jew will disappear in
1 .r-^ia and trouble them no more.
(That this is one of the worst va-
rieties of Jew hatred, masking it-
self as even-handed justice, ought
gradually to be obvious to anyone-
able to use his mind at all.)
Of what I said of Mr. Gessner
and his book I have nothing to re-
tract. But I should like to make
it clear that I did not, as has been
sillily suggested, irake disagree-
able remark- about his family. I
took an anecdote concerning his
childhood, which he relates, anil
quoted the words which he had
written and analyzed the anecdote
and the manner of its telling. In
brief, I did not go behind his book
| or his statements and hence did
not. overstep the critic's obvious
rights.
Then, was in my article an cle-
ment of invective, of denunciation.
R:ght. There was. It's rather a
pity that we have no more of that
in America. One can have too
much of it. One can also have too
little. There is an element of
moral laxness in that over-much
'politeness, in that positively sweet-
ish spirit of concession which
1 tends to obliterate all moral and
intellectual boundaries. Let us
follow the monitions of our con-
sc ence. Let us appeal to the not
entirely calloused conscience of
mankind.
Here i- the Jewish people of
sixteen millions. Let us suppose
for the sake of the -timid ration-
all.-Ills of a purblind world that this
pie is just like any other people,
no more, no less, no other except
lor the accident (a word which gets
you nowhere, but I am talking
after the manner of time and the
market place) -no other except for
the accident of its deracinalion and
dispersal. This people cannot com-
mit suicide by biological assimila-
tion, as many peoples have done,
or else is not permitted to do so.
The two statements amount to the
cruelty thai is no: used against it.
The foulest and the stupidest ac-
cusations, exploded as follow and
malice a thousand times, re-arise
from age to age as the whins an 1
scorpions wherewith to smite. ro
murder, to starve, to crush this
people. Now, in what we thought
some years ago the very noon-tide He brings to Palestine an outside
of history and humanity and jus- point of view, an mi-Jewish point
tire, this immitigable persecution
re-arises in Germany, Poland, Rou-
mai ia, tin- Baltic states, in Yemen
and Iraq; it threatens in Latin
America: it sprouts into poisonous
bloom in Italian Libya: it spurts
Wolfson. Lena Schemer, Ruth Da-
vis, Edith Wei.-s and Mr. and Mrs.
in the ghetto of self-deprecation jj_ v_ G mcmbcr of thl. ..,
mittee. A nominal admission will
do not employ Aral, workers. Has ,K, enargedi Refreshments will be
he oxer heard of the geulath ha'- M,,(| Th(, pl]b|jc. ,g cordiaj,y in_
aretz. that- redemption of the land vjte,i
which is to redeem anil productiv- m______
Plans f i the thirty-fourth an-
nual l'urim ball) to be held Sun-
day night. February 28th. were
at a recent meeting of file
I'lli-iin hall committee of the Jack-
sonville Jewish Center. The ball
of view, not one that has arisen
from the sore need- an 1 stricken
souls of the Jewish people, of his vi!| be heW |n fcne Center Bud.to
people. From that o,,:s,de and rium and will be combined wth vhe
alien point of view he adds one annua] banquet and installation of
sting, one stripe, one shadow more .,.,.,. Th(, |liin,|U,., win >lart
now and then in French North Af- to the innumerable others. I omit B| ,..., iiV|(i(,. ,l|i(j dancing will
rica; it is heard of in Harbin :n his inaccuracies, twistings of truth begin aI ;,.:;(| o'clock,
the Uttermost Last and is not un- and fact, perversions and down- ^ elaboralv pl,,K1'am of enter.
known powerless hut of evil ,-i- ,iKhl mis-statements. I am con- ,.,;.. ,g Mng |)lanlH.(, llv llu.
tention in the democracies of the cerned with the dreadful moral fact committee in ,har(ri.. and will in-
West, of the assumption of that outside jc,ude community ginging ot ,,u,im
, =""' h8ti,a P"it 'f view and .fl am| ^^ h
And now this innocent and intol- ,,, (ld willingness to rub salt j ^ w
erably harried people has one plan. ,, wollnds of th(. poopk. Is. ^^ ^ ^
one hope, one gleam ot light in its ,,u., ,,,, h(. foun,| faults and in- ,,., ,, ....... ^ Kfo,
incomparable darkness, a plan, a adequacies from a strictly Jewish
,1:01)0, a gleam as ancient as itself ]htul, (|f vj,.w. no mieht yet have
and as new as the twentieth cell- (.,, charitable toward them; he
[ t in ythe salvation of a portion of | might yot have viewed them in
the people in the land of the fa- SOrrow and not in anger; he might
thers, the building there of a good V(,t have stayed in Eretz Yisrael
society, a Jewish society, of a BO-U help and heal and, if you will,
ciety that will shed its healing ray.- Lieanse by giving himself. But he, '' ',.'.',"',7'",,"'
l'urim ball may be obtained from
members of the Daughters of Is-
rael and from the members of the
l'urim hall committee. Members
are Joseph Hackel, chairman; Da-
vid Moscovitz and I. M. Lieberman,
co-chairmen; M. Brownstein, Mr-.
I. Feldman, Mrs. J. Hackel and
upon them that must walk and
Buffer in the darkness of the ex-
ile. And even there, in that small
and barren land of it- ancient hope
and sole refuge, this people is be-
set by the enmity id' those whom
i; has henefited anil by the i reach-
cry of those who have sworn to
protect it; and its noble work and
it- incomparably fine moral bear-
ing are not safe from the jeers
a Jew. ionics and measures with
an alien measure an meas-
use and a W i '. 1 -lire an!
writes words that will be. that may
lie. arrows in the hands of our
"Noblesse oblige." Thei e i no
lute truth on earth. There is
inno < e and suffering; there i-;
wickedness and triumph, however
brief. The moral facts tire the in-
controvertible ones. That is a good
and the hostility of a corrupt anil I saying of the French that noble-
cruel world.
Is that a correct statement of
the case? Are those things true?
And now comes a young Jew-
I care not if his name be Gessner
or any other nameand this young
Jew knows all these things and
has seen many of them with his
The study group conduc bj
Senior Hadassah chapter Wl held
-day evening, February 23rd,
,i! the home of Mrs. Sam VV iss.
'I he program committee, which
outlined the course of study
lern Palestine." the sub-
jecl being studied this year, has
been pleased with the large at-
tendi nee and the interest .- h w:i
by the membership.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyem Kramer an-
announce the birth of a daughter,
Judith Geta, on Saturday, Febru-
lless has its obligations, Jcwish-
ne-s has its obligations. These
obligations lie in the world of moral
values. To outrage them is blame-
worthy and ignoble on whatever
plea. A crucial trutha truth thatj ary 6th, in St. Vincent's hospital,
should give pause to many, many Mrs. Kramer was formerly Miss
more than it does. |va Greenstein.


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THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Friday, February 19, 1937
Society
With the season just about half
over, the Biscayne Kennel Club,
gaining popularity rapidly, has be-
come the rendezvous of sportsmen
and women nightly.
High class racing and brilliant
entertainment have made the north
side oval the most popular dog
racing plant in the South.
First it was Wayne King and
h s orchestra. Next came that
brilliant Tod Lewis and his band,
and now Paul Whiteman, king of
jazz, and the most notable of all
orchestra leaders, has his orches-
tra at Biscayne, playing between
races and providing the class of
music that appeals to evereyone.
Never in the history of grey-
hound racing has a track booked
such a stellar attraction. Wherever
jazz is played, the name of White-
man is brought up, and now Mi-
amians may see him in person and
listen to his splendid ;!0-picce or-
chestra.
Hut even more reason why Biu-
cayne has become the leading grey-
hound track in Florida is the fine
laces that are presented. In Bill
Finneran the north side oval has
one of the finest racing secretaries
in the business, and nightly he is
g ving the fans a brand of races
that cannot be surpassed,
There are two feature races
nightly, the eighth and ninth, the
first over the quarter mile and the
si .(Hid over the five-sixteenths, and
r.ever once has then- been a bad
race.
Compare such dogs as Court
.lister. Greytick, Easter John, Ris-
ky Leader. Careful Play, Brown
Sugar, Country Doctor, Reba Nell.
Miss Lucky Roll, Sally Tite. Cauld
Kail. Mary Elizabeth, My Pardner,
["Humph and others with the grey-
hounds at other ovals, and you will
why the fans are flocking to
,yne.
The Hack is centrally I
from any part of Miami. You can
, out either Seventh ave., X.
W.. or N. E. Second ave. to 115th
-t.. or get a bus back of the Vene-
tian arcade and be there in a few-
minutes.

Miss Barbara Cohn, chairman,
has announced an interesting pro-
gram for the dinner meeting of
Junior Hadassah on Monday eve-
ning, February 22nd, at the Tok'o
Roof Garden, 272 W. Flagler st..
:c. 8:80.
Mis. Sarah E. Buchman, who is
he norary president of the Senior
Hadassah of Atlanta, will speak.
Miss Grace Berg will present a
Sincere Greetings on
Brotherhood Day
TII.LMAN SERVICE STATION j
;l(ll S. W. Nth St. Ph. 2-9351 |
"Lubrication a Specialty"
" niim.....Ill.........II.........I....."*".....'......."'.....ul".....I"'"1"'
Greetings on Brotherhood Day
HAROLD'S GARAGE
57 N. E. 20th St.
I'hone 2-.r>.r>2H
Our Sincere Greetings
on
BROTHF.RHOOD DAY
J. A. Bechard
Bbcavne Building;
group of readings and Mrs. Flor-
ence Lehman will review a book.
Dinner is fifty cents per plate
and members and their friends are
invited to be present.
*
The administration of the Miami
unit of Junior Hadassah will en-
tertain at its annual cocktail party
and dance on Sunday evening, Feb-
ruary 28th. Cocktails will be
served at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Koretzsky, 1552 Collins
ave., Miami Beach, at 8 o'clock. A
program of entertainment will be
presented there, to be followed by
dancing at the Town Casino. Ad-
mission to the affair will be by
membership card only.
Miss Myra Goodkowsky is chair-
man of the dance and is being -js-
sisted by Miss Belle Tannen, Miss
Sylvia Kritzsky, Miss Helen Schiff.
Miss Molly Engler, Miss Mildred
(iittell and Miss Evelyn Becker-
man.
More than twenty-five tables
were in play last Wednesday night
at the annual card party of the wel-
fare division of Emunah chapter
at the American Legion hall. Re-
freshments were served during the
evening, and a goodly sum was
realized for the welfare work. The
grand prize was won by Mrs. Max
Halpern. Other prizes were award-
ed to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fisher,
Mrs. Mary Weiner, Mrs. Rebecca |
Silberstein, Mr. Aaron Rosenthal,
Mrs. Anna Goldstein, Mrs. Rose
Hoffman, Mrs. M. B. Frank. Mrs.
Charles A. Parr, Mrs. Lillian Em-
met. .Mrs. Ella Warnker, Mrs. Jack
Pallor. Mrs. Rebecca Shaff, Mrs.
G. K. Stander, Mrs. E. D. Pierson,
Mrs. Michael Friedman, Mrs. A.
Sandier. Miss Lena Corin. Mrs.
Olive Hand. Mrs. Sidney Palmer.
' I 'tings on
BROTHERHOOD DAY
HENRY I.. OPPENBORN
Justice of the Peace
GREETINGS ON
BROTHERHOOD 1'AY
JOHN A. MOORE
and
BISCAYNE
ENGINEERING CO.
218 N. E. Second Ave.
GREETINGS
on
BROTHERHOOD DAY
MARTYN LUMBER
COMPANY
1212 N.W. First Ave.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Mrs. A. S. Abenson, Mrs. Robert
Mitchell, Dr. Sidney I. Kennedy and
Mrs. E. H. Raphael.
* + *
Accompanied by his brother-in-
law, Rabbi M. Halpern of New
York, the famous dean of the world
renowned Lomzer Yeshiva, Rabbi
I. M. Gordon will arrive in Miami
this coming week in the interests
of this institution of higher learn-
ing. The Lomza Yeshiva, situated
in the city of Lomza, Poland, has
produced some of the greatest-
rabbis and scholars in the past gen-
erations, many of them occupying
important positions throughout the
world. Many students come to this
Yeshiva from the United States
and other parts of the world an-
nually for post-graduate work in
order to receive a thorough train-
ing in preparation for their rab-
binic training. Rabbi Gordon, who
is the dean of the Yeshiva, is noted
as one of the greatest scholars of
the age, and came to this country
merely because the institution is
facing a financial crisis which must
be alleviated if the Yeshiva is to
continue. While in this area Rabbi
Gordon will deliver several ad-
dresses. He will be the guest of
Kraemer's Kosher Restaurant and
Hotel at Miami Beach during his
stay here.

At the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation the pupils of the Sun-
day school and Talmud Torah will
be presented in a Purim play on
Sunday afternoon, February 28th,
at the synagogue, beginning at 3
o'clock. Full details will appear
in our next issue.
GREETINGS
on
BROTHERHOOD DAY
J. L. McKnight
Receiver City National
Bank
It Is a Pleasure to Extend Our
Hand to Jew, Protestant and
Catholic in Fellowship on
BROTHERHOOD DAY
Kinsman's, Inc.
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS
Isle of Normandy
PHONE :>-.t2fi8
GREETINGS
on
BROTHERHOOD DAY
MIAMI BEACH
EMPLOYMENT SERVICE'
YOCOM'S
EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
425 Alton Road
Phone 5-1700
We Extend Our Hand in
Fellowship and Good Will
on
BROTHF.RHOOD DAY
SECOND AVE.
STOVE CO.
201 N. W Second Ave.
PHONE 3-1383
New and Rebuilt Gas and
Electric Stoves
*
Our Sincere
Greeting
On Brotherhood Day

Loftin, Stokes
& Calkins
WE EXTEND OUR HAND IN FELLOWSHIP
on
BROTHERHOOD DAY

The Peoples Water and Gas Co.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Attorneys at Law
Ino,rahnm Building
GREETINGS ON BROTHERHOOD DAY
G. & L. ROOFING COMPANY
JOHNS-MANVILLE APPROVED ROOFERS
Johns-Manville Deferred Payment Plan
ALL METAL SOLAR SYSTEMS
Phone Edgewater 1105 7811 N. E. 4th Court
on
GREETINGS ON BROTHERHOOD DAY
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PHONE 4-.->8l.->
We Extend Our Hani in Fellowship and Good Will
BROTHERHOOD DAY
HIRSCH-FAUTH, INC.
EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE
INTERIOR DECORATORS AND IMPORTERS
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Phone 2-5641 MIAMI, FLORIDA
We Extend Our Hand in Sincere Fellowship to Jew,
Catholic and Protestant on
BROTHERHOOD DAY
Miami Monument Co., Inc.
MARBLE AND GRANITE
MONUMENTS MAUSOLEUMS
On the Occasion of
BROTHERHOOD DAY
I Extend My Hand in Fellowship and Brotherhood to All
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COUNTY COMMISSIONER
For Dade County
Office and Showroom
3253 S. W. EiKhth St.
Miami, Florida


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Friday, February 19, 1937
THE JBWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Five
Your Purim Gift For
An Open Letter
The Jewish Floridian,
.Miami, Fla.
Gentlemen:
As general chairman of the com.
Water
Afforestation
of which more than five thousand
dollars net was realized to enable
The time-honored tradition of "Shalach Mor.os" tradition by send- [he Jewish Welfare Bureau to con-
Shnlach Monos, exchange of (rifts, ing one's Purim gift to the Keren jtinue its splendid work of helping
eomplished because of their hard
efforts. The bus companies and
taxi companies were extremely lib-
eral with their aid, as were Mrs.
Hazel Keichenbach and Mrs. Bert
Riesner with the use of their of-
fices at Miami Beach. I may men.
niittee arranging the annual tion the generosity of Mr. Joseph
"Night of Stars" benefit for the Widener of Hialeah Park, who pur-
Jewish Welfare Bureau last Mon- chased five hundred dollars' worth
day night at the Olympia Theatre, 0f tickets. In concluding I cannot
I take this means of expressing my recount the invaluable aid of Col.
gratitude and that of my fellow Abe Hallow, my co-chairman, and
workers to the citizenry of this sav that it has been a privilege
community for the splendid re- all(| extreme pleasure to have been
spouse on this occasion. The en- 1,1,. to be associated with this
tire house was sold out, as u result splendid "Night of Stars."
Sincerely,
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Mi re than twenty tables will be
in play Sunday night at Temple
Israel at a public benefit card
party. Miss Sadie Katz and Mrs.
George Liebman will be hostesses
and have prepared homemade stro-
de! and other delicious refresh-
ments. There will be prizes for
every table. Ii will be a George
Washington's birthday card party
and decorations will carry out the
patriotic motif. The public is in-
vited.
will make each gift a factor in the ,,,, nk(. h] tne (|ays of namun .llul given to lh stellar performers of -. j
cause of Palestine land redemption. Esther, is rising against many sec radio, s.age an I screen and the Oliirt Kl^lSt INOW
On the occasion of Purim, occur- t!ona "f ,,u'- W>- T" te th" man nenU ,"f ** W.M,M4;
ring on February 26th, Jewish Na- "de. the Jewish will must be bent]ment centers for tho:r servicea and Wjn Fortune in Old (.old
tional Fund councils and commit-
tees in many communities through-
on preserving anil extending the CO-operali n, for W.ihoUt them this
positive values in Jewish life. As affair coul.l nat have been held.
Contest
.ut the nation have arranged to
present Keren Kayemeth souvenirs
or Palestine-made fruits and can-
dies as Purim gifts in exchange for
which contributions for the fur-
therance of Palestine land redemp-
tion are to be made. An appeal by
mail has gone out from Jewish Na-
tional Fund headquarters in New
never before, the energies of the
Jew sl. people are engaged in the
Much may be said of the splendid y()U ,. w; olu. 0f i.ooo cash
help given by Mrs. Bertha B. Lev ,,, i/(.s totaling $200,000, by enter-
constructive task of upbuilding the I chairlady of the ticket committee,; inff tll(. t)|,| (;0i,| r(miest. The
buish National Home in Pales- her co-workers, Mrs. Ida Optner, conte8t js jU8t beginning and con-
tine. In this upbuilding work. land. Mrs. Bertha Marcus, Mrs. Morris sjsls (|f S(,iVmg Picture Puzzle.-,
drainage, water and afforestation Alpert, Mrs. Paula Dreifus, Mrs. A. start ,.iKht noWi Don't delay. Go
are indispensable essentials. These Hodges, Mrs. Morris Jacob, Mrs. Ut yoU|. cigarette dealer and ask
four objectives are being attained Anna Magid and Mrs. Hose Miles. hjnl" ,,. ,|u. official Old Cold Puz-
through the realization of the Jew. I know their thanks will come from ,k, p|ctureBi FRF.K, together with
ish Nat dual Fund's program of the knowledge of the good work j-u|| ,.u),.s .,,,,1 details Concerning
Vork to scores of thousands of |>alestine land redemption." the ap- among the needy that will be ac- ,h(. ,.nU.st. Follow the instruc-
American Jews to observe the peal states. j_________________________________ tions carefully. Neatness does not
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.Michigan Congressmen Pledge Aid spread pf anti-democratic forces in equivocal support against 'all sut>- ___
Against Subversive Movements { a his country, Senators Arthur H. versive anti-democratic forces,"
--------- V'andenhergand Prentiss M. Brown while Senator Brown saiil he would
Detroit (W.N'S)- Responding to and Representatives George A. at all times "do my utmost to pre-
a resolution adopted by the De- Dondero. Roy A. Woodruff and vent the enactment of legislative
troit chapter of the American Jew-1 John Luecke wrote to Philip Slo- measures which would be subver-
ish Congress, which called upon movitz, chairman of the Detroit give of the constitutional guaran-
Michigan members of congress to section of the Jewish congress, tees vouchsafed our people undci
support legislation to prevent the their assurances of support. Sen- our form of government."
The local B'nai B'rith lodge is
having a Purim dance this coming
Wednesday or Thursday night, Feb-
ruary 24th or 26th, at the Penin-
sula Club, and the popular orches-
tra, Eddie's Dixie Aces, will prob-
ably play, according to the com-
mittee, who are Leonard I lobrow.
Leo Epstein and Irving Sacks.
Many out-of-town guests are in-
vited. There will be novelty
dances and refreshments. The pub-
lic is invited.
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"Drink
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E. GORDON
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, February 19, 1937
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tour, has called on the National j of Labor, the Joint Boycott Coun-
Association for the Advancement cil, the Jewish Labor Committee,
of Colored People, the National | Young Israel, Brith Sholom and
Conference of Jews and Christians, the British Abraham to co-operate
the Federal Council of Churches of In the boycott. Harry H. Schaffer,
Christ in America and the Good commander-in-chief of the Jewish
to Filter Neighbor Le8ue to J'n in the War Veterans, has sent instructions
>oycott. The national executive to all posts in cities where Schmel-
counqil of the .1. W. V. also invited ing is due to appear to contact
CIGARETTES fa I the Non-Sectarian Ant i-Nazi these various organizations in or-
opportunity of a League, the American Federation der to unify boycott activities.
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CONGREGATIONAL |
The distinguished occupant of
our pulpit this Friday evening at
8:15 o'clock is the wife of a rabbi
in Germany. But not merely as
the Wife of Rabbi Harry Levy of
Berlin !;i- Frau Yettka Levy-Stein
gained recognition in Jewish cir-
cles; she commands recognition
through her own wink-.
After the completion of her
Studies in the universities of Wurz-
burg ami Berlin, where she spe-
cialized in psychology and philos-
ophy, Frau Stein became very ac- |
live in social Bervice w irk and in
organ zing and leading youth
groups in Germany. Three years '
ag i, when the Youth Aliyah work
was launched, Frau Stein, because
of her interest in the plight and
pi obi i" of Jewish youl h in <
many, became one of the foremost
leadei if I he movemi
As one of the leading German
won | i oioting the project, Frau
Levy Stein has invited a number
of c iunl rie-. including Holland,
( zc S ."akia, Hungary, Canada,
S it! Vfiica and the United States.
She wa- in Palestine la '- year and
saw a> I i -t hand the pr ii esa >
the : habilital I in ( German Jew
i.-h i hi'.dn n.
\ i this Friday eve-
will relati some
of her work, an I
i ildren in (
tia tie I in ; ecial camp
t'l v .
in t he co
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; i i wed
bj n : b;
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S i daj ng wei
Levy, and the b th la]
the following were celebrated:
Joel Kupcrberg, Helen Golden, Lu-
cille Gold, Muriel Neufeld, Hal riett
and < an oil Hani. The best
attendance was that in class Inter-
mediate ">. and the best collection
was hi class Intermediate 4.
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On Saturday evening, February
27th, the Temple Israel Youth Club |
which consists of members of the !
confirmatta class and the post- in(r Nazi ,,ox,.1. ; Mng concen.
confirmation class, will hold then- .ato first danee in Kaplan Hall. Ticket* orn citics in order to oxploit j.acia]
will be only 25 cuts per person. fce]in{, cngendered by Schilling's
the young people in the fU.f,.. f _,,. ^j^ n9gro fighter,
the Jewish War Veterans of the
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rxpert to find In Mi.mii.. Wrestline
an Indian VllUn ... SO inn old fall of H m
amaslni curios and hand-work of the ladlans. fiouny
You null also see the bran, wildcats, water Thru ,ne D"
monkeys these Semlnoles hare captured .
and their hnae col eclion of alligators and
crocodiles. Hundreds of rare tropical plants.
25c ADM.
Includes
Ererythiif -
community are invited to attend.
Hebrew classes are held in our
temple every Thursday afternoon
it i o'clock.
On Sunda.v afternoon, February
21st, Dr. Kaplan will speak at the
Riverside Military Academy.
On Friday evening, March 5th,
lir. Nissan Touroff, outstanding
writer and psychologist, will speak
;it our temple on "Nationali m
Normal and A bn irmal."
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Priiay, February 19, 1937
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Nine
Jewish News
Around the
World
Introduces Rill to Check Fake
Religious Schemes
ing alone or for organizations in a
, variety of money-raising plans are
reported to have increased recent-
ly. Arrests are made from time
to time by the police, who have
uncovered evidence! of. organised
racketeering in this field. Solici-
tation over the telephone of money,
of advertising, and of other busi-
in \e\v V>rk City and elsewhere ...
*____, checks by pseudo clergymen are
- the past several years, has ..
' ".her practices,
',. n introduced in the legislature _______
by Assemblyman Edward P. Doyle,
Democrat of Brooklyn. It would New York National (iuard Adver-
a new section t-o the penal tisea for German Recruits
law, making impersonation of cler- in Nazi 1'aper
jymen and nuns for fraudulent ---------
sea a misdemeanor, punish- New York (WNS)-Recruiting
able by fine, imprisonment or both, > >>f Germans with their first citizen-
The measure provides that "any, ship papers for Battery I), 244th
n who, in the promotion of Artillery, New York National
his own interests or to derive pe-
> benefit, gain or profit for
Guard, through an advertisement
in the Deutscher Weckruf und Beo-
himself or for any other person, i haehter, official organ of the Ger-
firm or corporation, impersonates i man-American Bund, the Nazi or-
a priest, minister, rabbi, sister Organization in the United States,
nun of any religious institution or was ordered stopped by Adjutant
order for the purpose of promot- General Walter (;. Robinson when
fraudulent religious scheme the matter was brought to his at-
lilty of a misdemeanor, pun- tention. Captain Joseph D. Cur-
ishable by a fine of 100 or by ran, commander of Company D, and
imp] i.-onment for one year, or by Lieutenant F. Harkin, second in
both such fine and imprisonment." command, who placed the adver-
The act would take effect Septem- tisement, admitted it was a mis-
ber 1st, 1987. It is now before take, hut insisted they did not know
the assembly committee on codes, the paper was a Nazi organ. They
Impersonations of clergymen and also stated they had received no
religious persons by persons act- replies. Adjustnt General Robin-
son said: "As a matter of policy I
strongly disapprove of recruiting
men of German descent of any par-
ticular nationality in this manner.
The recruiting should be done
amog the friends of a regiment and
not by this sort of advertising. I
feel that the commanding officer
of the 244th could not have known
of this method of recruiting or he
would never have allowed it. I
shall certainly investigate this
while I am here."
Observers pointed out that this
situation created the possibility
that the National Guard might be
training soldiers for the German
army, since all Germans abroad
are subject to military service in
the event of war, even if they are
citizens of other countries. .Most
members of Company D are Irish,
but there are a few Jews in it, too.
Captain Curran said that in the
past the company had not accepted
recruits unless they had their sec-
ond papers. Three years ago, it was
recalled, there was a report of ef-
forts being made to enroll Nazis
, in the 71st regiment of the New
York National (iuard, but a board
of inquiry found no basis for the
c harge.
mediately after their return and
must leave the country after their
release. Of late Jews seeking to
return vo Germany have encoun-
tered diffic .lties, even when they
are not emigres, but have only been
temporarily resident or in business
abroad. Such Jews require spe-
cial permits even for a temporary
visit. Often they run the risk of
arrest. They also find that when
their passports expire they are re-
newed for only short terms.
the work of B'nai B'rith through-
out the world and urged Jews to
i become more conscious of their
I duty to themselves and their pe >-
j pie. A large class of candidat
was initiated into the lodge, with
the degree team, headed by Judge
II. N. Roth, conferring the work.
The local lodge has been linking
! considerable headway recently and
increasing its roster of members.
Italy liars Wealthy .lews From
Leaving Tripoli
Rome (WNS)A number of
wealthy Tripolitan Jews who sought
permission to leave Italy's North
African colony for Italy have been
denied permission by Italian au-
thorities, according to a report in
the Italian press. Tripoli was re-
cently the scene of the public
whipping of two Jews and the ar-
rest' of many others because they
refused to violate the Jewish Sab-
bath by keeping their shops open.
Jewish Traveling Rights Curbed in
Germany
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Home comfort and modern service,
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Berlin (WNS)While German
Jewry is again becoming exceed-
ingly nervous over recurrent re-
ports of new discriminatory legis-
lation, the Nazis do not appear to
be in any hurry about announcing
a new anti-Jewish decree because |
they are achieving their anti-Jew-'
ish objectives through new admin- ;
istrative ordinances which are less j
conspicuous hut equally effective.,
The latest of these ordinances are
those curbing the right of Jews to
travel. There have been many in-'
tames in which German Jews]
were forbidden to go to or through
Austria. The new Austro-German
pact, which was intended to boost
travel to Austria, applies only to
Aryans. Restrictions regarding
the return of Jews from foreign
countries have also been tightened.
Jewish emigres must spend a year
in a special concentration camp im.
Orlando Notes
Nearly all of Orlando's Jewish
residents and visitors were pres-
ent last Tuesday night at the meet-
ing of the Orlando B'nai B'rith
lodge to hear a stirring address by
Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan of Jack-
sonville. Rabbi Kaplan stressed
the need of unity at the present
time in Jewish ranks; he told of
United Campaign
Begins Drive
(Continued from Page 1)
edicts make it impossible for Jew-:
to survive in a normal sense. Then'
is only one solution to the Jewish
situation in Germany, and that is
emigration. We must find countries
that will receive and shelter thi m.
Mr. Lehman also referred to Po-
land, where three million Jews arc
in the throes of unspeakable mis-
ery. Concluding. Mr. Lehman said
that the Jews of Miami are to be
complimented in joining two great
causes in onethe Joint Distribu-
tion Committee and the United Pal-
estine Appeal, both of which strive
to bring succor and heal, to some
extent, the wounds of suffering
Jewry wherever they may be.
Mrs. Daniel Cromer and Mrs.
Marvin Bronner, co-chairmen of
; the women's division for Miami and
(Miami Beach, respectively, issued
instructions to workers and dis-
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them.
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There are 6 puzzle cartoons on this
page. Each puzzle represents a familiar
name. The correct name represented by
each puzzle can be found in the list of
names printed below the cartoon. Study
the puzzles carefully. Find the correct
name represented by each of the 6 puzzle
Cartoons primed here. Write your solu-
tions on the ENTRY FORM below. All
puzzles issued to date and the complete
Official Rules will be sent to you by re-
turn mail FREE.
(Established
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Makers of Double-Mellow
OLD GOLD Cigarettes
START TODAY! EVERYTHING YOU NEED
IN ORDER TO ENTER IS RIGHT HERE!
You can win $100,000.00 in cash! Don't
pass up the opportunity of a lifetime sim-
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this contest when it began. THERE'S
STILL PLENTY OF TIME TO ENTER!
And plenty of time to solve the fascinat-
ing puzzles in accordance with the Rules.
Start today. Solve the first six puzzles,
reprinted above. Mail your solutions on
the Entry Form at right, enclosing three
Old Gold yellow package wrappers (or
facsimiles). You'll be entered in the con-
test at once; and we'll mail you im-
mediately the Official Contest Rules and
all of the puzzle pictures issued to date,
so you can easily catch up with the cur-
rent week's puzzles.
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Am the contest proceeds the puz:lcs grow progressively
difficulta real challenge to your wit and ingenuity.
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