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The Jewish Floridian ( February 26, 1937 )

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^Jewish IFIIoiriidliiai KI COMBINING Tlhe JieWH&fa HjKlttty /# Vol. 10—Ni. MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FKBRl ARY 2fi, 1937 Price Five Cent* Noted Anti-Semite Troops Patrol Threatens War Tiberias Streets New York (WNS)—A new civil Tiberias, Palestine (WNS)— Revai between Jews and non-Jews linforced police and troop detacheatena the United States un[ ment\s are patrolling every street congress takes immediate steps in Tiberias to prevent a recurrence nub the "preponderance of Jews of the sudden outbreak of rioting the economic and political life" which brought injuries to 30 Jews, of vhe Americon life, according to 130 Arabs and two British policeWilliam Pelley, once America's : men, after a crowd of Moslems leading anti-Semite and head of leaving a mosque ran amuck in the • 1... tv>...<:itlin IIVM I*IL J-V all lews in their disproportionate lice arrived they fired into the air influence among America's other in order to disperse the Arabs. Thereafter Arab snipers fired from Pelley also issues a call to all i the hillsides, with Boldiere reply"outstanding Gentile patriots with ing with machine guns. ncreasing grievance rankling Three Jews and two Arabs ac-; in their hearts to begin the creacused f participating in the dis-' tion of an aggressive anti-Jewish turbances were immediately tried lobby within the congress of the by the district commissioner, found L'nited States, having as its ult-iguilty and sentenced to prison. The aim the passing of legisla.lews received terms ranging from | which limits the prepondersix months to two years, while the r of Jews in the economic and Arabs were jailed for periods vary%  r to suffer both such line and .litical life to their prepondering from one to two years. Dur\ imprisonment at the discretion n America's population." Uning the trial the district commisof the court. congress takes this action, sioner was reported to have said threatens, he will revive the that the Jews should have hidden Throughout the entire country Shirts and set up "an unthemselves instead of fighting. The bills are being introduced in the ned Silver Shirt lobby" in Hebrew press met this assertion by respective legislative assemblies of declaring that the Jews would nevthe various states designed to def,.,. give up the right of self-defense. I initely end the dissemination ot, 1„ a statement on the riot the gov] race hatred. The state of Florida, Welfare Bureau !" l80 ht t0 make il appear I t hougb free of anti ; Se !" i tlc "' a Jldre DUreaU ^ Kev sionists ha( he ped ^ L anda to a great extent, has neverSDOnSOrS ShOW stimulate the beginning of the trouUnless been the sea of virulent .. ,.....= .i„ A m \cA anti-Semitic publications, sponsored by Hitler propagandist's and containing the infamous Edmonson articles. We have been disgraced by visits of men like Gerald Winrod, arch Hitlerite, in this country, though to the credit of the general citizenry it may be said that his stay here was rather short lived. We do not think, in fact, we know, there is no room in Florida for the propagation of race hatred. The citizenry of the entire state, living up to its traditions of fairness and decency, will be more than happy to have placed upon its law It is with considerable hesitation that a layman in several senses will permit himself any observations on the new volume by Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan, and he will assuredly not permit himself even these observations without first paying his homage to the most learned, vigorous and influential thinker now visible upon the American Jewish scene. Dr. Kaplan's new book is "The Meaning of God in Modern Jewish Religion" (Behrman's Jewish Hook House, 1937) and, whether to agree or disagree, the volume is certain to find its way into the hands of every Jew who is concerned with the preservation of life's highest values in this age. The present reviewer has the misfortune to find Dr. Mordecai M. intrinsic to the structure of things. I can follow this process of thought and find God. But God precisely as "a self-existent entity," which is precisely what Dr. Kaplan denies, and by denying which he robs the whole discussion of meaning. One more observation. "There can be no personal salvation so long as injustice and strife exist in the social order," Dr. Kaplan writes (p. 54). But injustice and strife have always existed in the social order. To hear people talk nowadays, learned and simple, you would suppose that earth had been paradise until now. And have there been through the ages no just men, no righteous men, no saved men? Have there been no sages, no saints, despite both natural and moral evil? Could there, in fact, be either righteousness or salvation in a perfectly clicking Utopia? Let's be "natural" and scientific," God help us all! Salvation is an individual psychological process. The saved man seeks to save sois and therefore His relation to society is Kaplan*! entire structure of thought unacceptable because helciety by what he lenies in toto the fundamental prin.' does. His relati— ciple. I am not, to be sure, as or' that of Abraham to the people of thodox as the amiable Dr. Bernthe cities of the plain. It isn't stein made me out to be the other that of either Karl Marx or John day in an article in Dos Yiddische Dewey ... It is this "amazement Folk, in which he dealt with the \ and blank awe" before Science idealogies of Martin Buber, Dr. |(with a big S) on the lips of the Kaplan and my humble self. I am learned that sometimes makes me talk more orthodoxly (if one may say so) than I believe. But I will in deed and in truth pray with the The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau is sponsoring its second annual minstrel show Wednesday evening. March 3rd, at 8 o'clock, in the Ida M. (Continued on Page 8) ble, but this was vigorously denied by the Jewish community of Tiberias and the Hebrew press. Both asserted that the outbreak began long before any Revisionists arrived. At an emergency session of the Tiberias town councillors, the district commissioner warned that the police on emergency duty in the town had instructions to fire into the crowd at the first sign of renot even mystically, if you like, quite as "rightist" as Buber himself, and find it difficult to follow ... „ thai great artist, sage and saint I humblest Chasid in a Polish village on some of his flights into the ulI of mud and be nearer the sources timate. But I am willing to subof our being than go in for this scribe, even without quite understanding, to everything that Buber "social process" business with its essential atheism and its essential. has meant in Zweisprache and Ich ly unserious meliorism. and Du when on the first page of I loathed having to write these I)i. Kaplan's preface (I've studied | paragraphs. But, as the French Beach Butchers Are Exonerated newed trouble. The Jews are chargFollowing charges preferred \ ing the police with negligence. to the county solicitor's office They are also indignant over the ^ nappy to nBVC lfmomt u ,,„ that kosher butchers of Miami' report that only Jewish cars are (bookg a defimte statute once and ,. ... _--i.„t • ,.,....,,.,1 fi-nm entering Ti• M J1M ,*, .lano-Ar of race Beach had engaged in a racket, that they had been selling nonkosher meats for kosher, and had been parties to a "racket," Mr. Louis J. Hamel, assistant county solicitor, conducted a rigorous examination last Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. On Friday evening Mr. Hamel issued the following statement: "I am convinced there is no racket among the kosher butchers of Miami Beach. The investigation convinced me that the religious and civil laws are being obeyed by the kosher butchers, and so far as this office is concerned they have a clean bill of health. Nobody is paying any tribute and nobody is collecting any. being stopped from entering Tiberias by any of the roads leading here. A police search for arms in Kfar Saba and the halting of Jewish cars entering Kfar Saba also brought protests from Jews. Sinus Cure Is Discovered New York (WNS)—Development of what may be the long sought for cure for sinus was announced here by Dr. I. Daniel Shorell, staff surgeon of the Harlem Eye and Ear Hospital. Dr. Shorell's cure, which had been hailed by Dr. Charles B. Meding, chief surgeon of the hospital, as an outstanding contribution to modern medicine, is forever ending any danger of race hatred dissemination. Talk to your fellow men talk to your representatives in the legislature of the state ... and we feel certain this bill will be unanimously passed at the next session of the legislature to the everlasting credit of Florida. non-surgical. It consists of the injection of a vaccine taken from the patient's nasal secretions, together with the introduction of "dry" heat, a new type of heat treatment, to the affected parts. Tests show that the treatment has resulted in a permanent cure in 80 per cent of the cases on which it was used. the entire volume, please!) I find these words: "Religion is a natural social process which arises from man's intrinsic need of salvation or self-fulfillment." A thousand troubled questions rise. Society is an aggregation of men, is it not? Can there, then, he anything in society but what men put into it? The foundation, then, is not the social, which is purely secondary, but the psycho-biological. In brief, men first prayed and wondered and aspired separately and i then together. What is the meanI ing of "natural" in Dr. Kaplan's i context? Man is a religious, praying, aspiring animal with a guiltfeeling. That belongs to the order of nature. True. Provided you make "nature" a co-extensive with the universe. But if "natural" is, as I very much fear, a sop thrown to anti-metaphysical positivism, as much as to say: Don't be afraid that I believe anything that cannot be echoed up in the laboratory this month—then I must quite definitely part company with Dr. Kaplan right here. Man has an "intrinsic need of salvation." Profoundly true. No other living creasay, e'est plus fort que moi. It just had to come out. I turn with infinite comfort to the exquisitely beautiful and rightly looked upon, most philosophical novel by S. J. Agnon, admirably translated from the Hebrew by I. M. Lask. It is called "The Bridal Canopy" and published as an uncommonly handsome volume by Doubleday, Doran and Company. The story of Reb Yudel and his three daughters and of his adventures and of the world in which he lived, the early nineteenth century world of Chasidism and its neighbors, is very concretely delineated. Yet the book is epic and legendary, deeply rooted in 1 time and folk and yet soaring beyond both by its human sweetness, its ethical depth, its trafficking with the essentials of human life. It is a book that will grow and not diminish with time. It dips into the unfathomable well of Jewish lore and faith close to the universal heart of man. The tale ends, as it must and should, in the land of Israel, even as every man desires his life and adventures to end in some land of heart's desire. (Continued on Page 8) 1



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Pag* Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, February 26, 1937 Beth David Sisterhood will hold its annual Purim dinner at its Talmud Torah Sunday evening 1 February 28th, at 6 o'clock. Mrs. Max Shapiro will give the invocation, Mrs. Stanley] C. Myers will be toastmistress, Mrs. Sol Weinkle is in charge of tickets. Rabbi Max Shapiro will pronounce the benediction. Cantor Louis Hayman will sing Purim songs. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. J. Engler, Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Mrs. M. Rippa, Mrs. L. J. Hartz, Mrs. W. Blutstein, Mrs. M. Apte and Mr. Abe Kronenfeld. Mis. Hairy Barnhard, peace chairman, is in charge of the peace program of the Council of Jewish Women, to be held on Wednesday, March 8r& at 2:30 p. m. at the Mayflower Hotel. Following a brief business meeting, the Miami Juniors of the Federal Theatre will present a play, "At the Crossroads," written by Harry Barnhard and supervised by Malka Reich. The Federal Players create their own marionettes and have engaged in this work since last July. • • A meeting of lodges from the entire state of Florida will be held Sunday, February 28th, at the San Juan Hotel, Orlando, to discuss the formation of a statewide B'nai B'rith organization. Among other matters to be discussed will be the institution of a Hillel Foundation at Gainesville. • Tho social meeting for February of the local B'nai B'rith lodge last Tuesday evening at the Beth David Talmud Torah Hall listened to an address by Herbert U. Feibelman on the constitution. Miss Anne Feldman sang several Yiddish folk songs. Following the formal program, refreshments were served by a committee headed by Mrs. Nathan Adelman and Mrs. William Friedman. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss of Miami Beach entertained at bridge and keno last Tuesday evening for Judge and Mrs. Bernon. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown, Mr. and Mrs. J. Price, Mrs. Murry M. Marks of Cleveland, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Bergeron of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. J. Friedman of Youngstown and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldhammer of Cleveland. Many local residents were on hand. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lubin, who ; Spending some time at the Howcre the house guests of their son ; tel Evans, Miami Beach, are Judge and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I. Ringel of New York City; Harry, Murray and Ted Rosenberg, owners of the Associated Hotel Agencies, Inc.; Mrs. L. Balkin (the original "Betty Boop"); Miss Mona Sherold, art illustrator for HarI'aul Lubin, returned to their home in Yonkers, N. Y. With the eliminations second round of the for the $2,000 added Simon, Mras. Jean Starke and Mrs. Max Steinberger. • Mr. and Mrs. A. Wallerstein announce the marriage of their daughter, Louella W. Farr, to Israel David Shapiro of Augusta, Ga., February 14th, on the terrace at Futurity at the West Flagler Kenpel's Bazaar and Vogue magazines; Uhe Pan American Airways, with nel Club now in progress, greyhound lovers are watching the most exciting racing imaginable at Miami's downtown greyhound track. Two-year-old dogs are racing for the world's richest purse. No track in the world stages such a classic and Jacob Sher and William Huntley, genial owners of the track, are to be congratulated for giving the fans such a stake race. Dogs from all parts of the country are eligible for the Futurity. The finals will be held March 5th. Mr. Abe Holtz, Beacon, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Bocko Mayo, Mr. Abe Rosenberg, University Chevrolet Co., Bronx; William and Hy Silverman, New York City; Mr. and Mrs. W. Taffel, New York City; Mi. and Mrs. M. Singer, New York City; Mr. E. X. Feinbcrg, West Newton, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. M. Lipton, Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs. E. Blackman, Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs. A. Bring and family, Brooklyn; Mr. .1. Younger, Brooklyn; Benjamin Charles and Mrs. Ethel Luban, West Flagler is the only track j Brooklyn; Dr. J. Roos, Chicago, 111.; in the world using all glass startMr. Benjamin Weber, Jamaica, N. ing boxes. One of the big innova: Y.; Mrs. T. Baker, Baltimore, Md.; tions of the year at Flagler was the disappearing starting box. Another exclusive nightly feature at West Flagler is the hurdle race, which is the most thrilling race of all. Being easily accessible from all parts of Miami, West Flagler can be reached in ten minutes. It is located on 3Gth ave. at West Flagler. Motorists use either West Flagler st. or N. W. Seventh st. Both are arterial highways. Buses leave Burdine's every ten minutes. The fare is ten cents. Eleven races 'are staged nightly. Post time is j8:15 o'clock. The admission is 25 cents. Mannie Gates and his orchestra entertain between races. Mrs. Rebecca Willner Liss, a Mr R. Grossman, Camden, N. J. Mis. Dorothy Farber Goldberg of the Hotel Golfmore, Grand Beach, Mich., is a house guest of Mrs. L. S. Farber, 319 N. W. Thirtieth st. The musical and card party which Junior Hadassah is giving will be held on March 8th instead of March 3rd, as previously announced, at the Alamac Hotel, Miami Beach. Miss Ethyl Wax is general chairman and Miss Doris Cromer is arranging the program of music to precede the card games. • Mrs. Leonard F. Epstein of Miami Beach entertained in honor of Mrs. Leon Epstein and Mrs. Eli Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Miss Sara Shapiro, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor and Mrs. N. N. Bernstein of Gary, Ind., sister of the bride, matron of honor. George Kelrick of New York, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were Samuel Miller of Cleveland, Maurice Rubin of Michigan City, Ind.; J. Wollerstein, also of Michigan City, and S. Kopiloff of Winston-Salem, N. C. Following luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Shapiro left by airplane for Havana. • # • The officers of Junior Hadassah invite members and their escorts to be present at their annual ball Sunday evening, preceded by a cocktail party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretzsky, 1552 Collins ave., Miami Beach, at 8 o'clock. A program will be presented at the cocktail party by several entertainers from leading Miami night clubs. Guests will go later in the evening to Town Casino for dancing. Miss Myra Goodkowsky is in charge of arrangements and is being assisted by Miss Eddie Adler, Miss Anita Silverman, Miss Evelyn Beckerman, Miss Belle Tannen, Miss Mollie Engler, Miss Mil. dred Gittel, Miss Sylvia Kritzsky and Miss Helen Schiff. The officers' ball is the culmina1 tion of the membership drive during which a series of novel parties have been given for members and prospective members. Mrs. Murry Grossman is president of the Miami unit. "Man is no exception to the laws and order of the universe. He, too, is a part of nature and, therefore, must obey the universal laws of nature," Dr. Wolfson told the Spinoza Group last Saturday afternoon. A lively discussion followed the lecture. Dr. E. Carlin, Mr. Friedlander, Mrs. Roth, Mr. Sollit 1 and many others took part in the I discussion. Next Saturday at 2 p. m. the Group will meet again to hear the opera "Lucia." At 3:30 p. m. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will speak on "The Life of Reason." M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-1681 Kraemer's Strictly Kosher DINING ROOM Collins Ave. at 4th St. MIAMI BEACH Excellent Food Efficient Service Pleasant Surroundings Reservation! accepted now for ontlre Passover Wtt-k. Limits nccoramuda tions. Chicago attorney, will be the fea-' Epstein of Rock Mount, N. C, with tured speaker at the public speakling class of the Council of Jewish j Women at 2 p. m. Friday, at the Mayflower Hotel, with Mrs. I. M. a bridge luncheon last week at the Miami Biltmore Hotel. Others present were Mrs. Henry Hohauser, Mrs. Elmer Laskin, Miss Pearl IN MEMORIAM RAYMOND SIMON Died March 14, 1935 Ninth of Adar, 5695 Weinstein as teacher. Mrs. Liss Frank, Mrs. Clare Lichenstule, Mrs. I will speak on the legislative program of the National Council of Jewish Women. She is the past I president of the Illinois Women's Bar Association and legislative chairman of the Council of Jewish Women. 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Friday, February 26, 1937 wJewisti Floridiairi fuammAt ONLY IVUM WHBU PTIDI lOurn tumn.P —. __ THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three MNMU PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Box 2'"3 Miami. FlorfJu Ml 8. W. FHWrth Av,nu, EDIT0RIAI OFVICKS, News Tower Bid*. J LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Clreutatton M.n.r Phone 2-6304 Phone 2-1183 BERNARD MORGENSTERN Field Representative Entered second c„.s -g^ g ^M^U^t Odla, .t M. ml F,oHd.. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Representative ORLANDO MRS. H. J. COHEN Representative Six Months One Year WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCIIREI1NICK Representative SUBSCRIPTION TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1937 Vol. 10—No. 9 ..$1.00 ..$2.00 Noted Scholar Arrives Here Greeting the world famous scholar, Rabbi I. M. Gordon, dean of the noted Lomza Yeshiva in Poland last Wednesday on his arrival in Miami was a committee of local and visiting rabbis consisting of Rabbis Azrael Epstein of Chicago, Rabbi S. Schach of Chicago, Rabbi S. Wintner and Rabbi Rabinowich of New York, Rabbi Uri Felshin of New York, Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation, Mr. M. B. Frank, secretary of Beth Jacob Congregation, Cantor Boris Schlachman, executive director of the Y. M. H. A., and Messrs. I. Spivak and I. Miller. This Cannot Go On We have often read and frequently been told of the sufferings our Jewish friends in Russia were caused by the contemptible action of "mosrim," informers, stool pigeons. Jews of the lowest, meanest type made their livelihood by informing the Russian authorities of supposed infractions of the law by their fellow Jews. In the overwhelming majority of cases innocent men were tortured because of the figment of the imagination of these despicable professional informers. We had believed that this class had long since died out. Certainly, this cancer on the body of the Jewish nation had long disappeared. Yet within the past several weeks in this area this practice, believed to have been long forgotten, again became a living fact. A pseudo-rabbi, known to the Jewish community for what he really is, and not what he claims to be, intent upon fastening his claws upon the religious life of Miami Beach, invoking the laws of the land, called upon the law enforcement officials to prosecute men on charges that were trumped up and fabricated by him. Under threat of prosecution, false and malicious documents involving honorable gentlemen of the community were procured. Even the dead were not spared. This pseudo rabbi was to undertake the supervision of this supposedly wayward Jewish butcher. Honorable rabbis, those who had studied and honestly achieved their right to this appellation of rabbi, who served real and not imaginary congregations, were threatened. Letters were sent to a synagogue against their rabbi... all because this pseudo-rabbi wanted to gain control of the religious life of Miami Beach. The truth will out the informer soon found that his ill conceived attempts to hurt honest men amounted to naught. The proper law enforcement officials, after a rather thorough investigation, found his trumped-up charges to be baseless. Not content with his defeat. this pseudo-rabbi obtained a warrant against this supposedly erring butcher and had him arrested on a Sabbath morning. Honest men appreciated this opportunity to expose this so-called rabbi for what he really was. To the great dismay of all, the pseudorabbi withdrew his charges and the case against the butcher was dismissed. It is about time that our lay leaders, our rabbis, take action to rid this community of men of this ilk. It is high time that Greater Miami took definite steps td let all. .. the entire Jewish and non-Jewish world know the truth .. Let wily those who have worked, who have honestly procured their right to the title rabbi, be recognized as such. Let the community once and for all ostracize those who will permit such as this pseudo-rabbi to continue. This must not go on. The fair name of Greater Miami Jewry must be protected. Rabbi Gordon, who is accompanied by his brother-in-law, Rabbi M. Halpern of New York, is one of the greatest Talmudic scholars of the times and arrived here on a tour of the country to raise funds to prevent the foreclosure of the school buildings of the Yeshiva, which was founded in 1883 by his father. The institution has achieved world renown because of its particular style of Talmudic training and has its graduates holding positions in many of the pulpits Both of them the pride of American Jewry, Yehudi Menuhin and his sister. Hephzihah, will give their first joint recital this season anywhere in the world when they will appear as guests on the Ford Sunday Evening Hour February 28th over the Columbia network at o'clock (EOT). The joint recital will mark the first time they have ever played together on the air. the Sisterhood; Mrs. Gabriel Ham-! burger, vice-president of Ivriah,' national educational association; Mr. Louis Wolly, who installed the officers, and Rabbi Safer, who spoke in Yiddish. The principal address of the evening was delivered by Mr. J. Louis Shochet of Miami. An appeal for funds for the con' gregation resulted in more than seven hundred dollars cash being j raised, sufficient to meet the past due note and interest due on the mortgage against the congrega-1 tion. Cantor M. Gewirtz of New i York City and Cantor Boris I Schlachman of Miami sang several I appropriate selections during the evening, which were received with splendid applause. cannot sell their produce owing to the boycott imposed upon the town. "Safed is under the rule of Arab gangsters and terrorists. Villagers leaving the city must show the invoices for the goods to demonstrate that they were not purchased from Jews. Permits are necessary for Arabs wishing to en. ter the Jewish quarter and Jews are not permitted to enter the Arab area," it was said by Mr. Ben Zvi during his description of the situation in the upper Palestinian town. The Vaad Leumi leader charged that the authorities are not interfering despite their knowledge of the situation. Offer $1,000 for Best Essay on Jewish Occupational Distribution New York (WNS)—A prize of $1,000 for the best essay on "The Occupational Distribution of the Jews in the United States" is being offered by the Conference on Jewish Relations, according to an announcement by Professor Morris Raphael Cohen, president of the conference. Aiming to "stimulate constructive thought on contemporary Jewish economic and social problems, as an aid to constructive thought along these lines," the contest has no restrictions as to participants or as to scope and method of the study. All that is required is that the writer should make a genuine contribution to knowledge of the subject and submit the essay on or before April 30, 1938. The judges will be Dr. Isidore Lubin, head of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics; Dr. Paul Gourrich of the U. S. Securities Exchange Commission; Prof. Jacob Hollander of Johns Hopkins University; Dr. Alvin Johnson, director of the New School for Social Research, and Prof. I. L. Sharfman of the University of Michigan, chairman. RABBI M. HALPERN throughout the world. The emergency committee for the redemption of the Yeshiva is headed by Mr. Jacob Fishman of New York, editor of the Jewish Morning Journal. In Greater Miami an auxiliary committee will be formed early next week to aid Rabbi Gordon in his work here. While in Miami Rabbi Gordon is a guest at Kraemer's Kosher Restaurant and Hotel at Miami Beach. Jewish News Around the World Persecution of Jews Due to Their Retention of Racial IdentityJews Named to Executive Committee of Lawyers' Guild Orlando Notes Formal installation of the officers of Congregation Ohev Sholom was held at the vestry rooms of the Synagogue last Sunday evening and was attended by prominent visitors and residents of the city and surrounding territory. Mr. B. J. Cohen, re-elected president of the congregation for the ninth consecutive term, was toastmaster and presented the speakers. Rabbi B. Safer, spiritual head of the con. gregation, delivered the invocation at the beginning of the splendid banquet which was tendered by the Sisterhood of the congregation. Among those who spoke during the evening was Mrs. Solomon, head of New York (WNS)—The Jew's determination to retain his individuality and identity as a separate race, no matter what his homeland, is the cause of the new wave of Jewish persecution now sweeping the world, according to David Lloyd George, England's war time prime minister, in an article on "Why the Jew Is Persecuted," which appears in the current issue of Liberty magazine. Declaring that the Jew is a valuable citizen in any country that offers him protection and equal apportunity, the British statesman said that "no country is entitled to claim loyalty unto death from a people to whom it denies the elementary rights of humanity. London (WNS)—Announcement that General Hermann Wilhelm Goering, Nazi minister of aviation, would head the German delegation to the coronation of King George VI on May 12, prompted Miss Ellen Wilkinson, Labor M. P., to demand in the house of commons that steps to be taken to prevent the nazi leader from coming to England. "Can we have some guarantee that we shall not be insulted by the presence of General Goering as Germany's representative at the coronation?" she asked. Spanish Jews Replace Haman With Franco in Purlm Story Reports Safed Jews in State of Siege Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency The Jews of Safed, ancient town of Hebrew tradition, are in a virtual state of siege, it was declared by Isaac ben Zvi, president of the Vaad Leumi, in addressing a session of that body. Shopkeepers no longer receive the custom of the surrounding villages who in turn Barcelona (WNS)—The name of Haman, villain of the Purim story, will be replaced by that of General Franco, commander of the Spanish Fascist rebels, in the Purim story as it will be told by the Jews of Barcelona this year. Not'. withstanding the civil war, the 1 Jewish community here is preparing to observe Purim with the usual gaiety. Luis Companys, president of the Catalonian parliament, has agreed to give 24-hour furloughs to all Jewish volunteers attached to government divisions within leaching distance of Barcelona to enable them to celebrate Purim. The Jewish community is also preparing food baskets for the 18 Jewish members of the international | brigade who are recovering from woun !s in a Barcelona hospital.



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Friday, February 26, 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five Society The annual ball and dance of Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Miami Beach will be held at the Floridian Hotel, Miami Beach, this coming Sunday evening, February 28th, beginning at 9 o'clock. In addition to the usual dancing that will be provided, a galaxy of entertainers have been arranged for the entertainment of the guests. This is an annual event with Beth Jacob and has always attracted most of the prominent Jews in this area. Proceeds will be used for the Talmud Torah work of the congregation. In charge of arrangements is a committee headed by Mr. >l B. Frank, who has been in charge of the souvenir journal; Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom and others of the Sisterhood. The public is cordially invited to attend. Tickets may be obtained from any officer or member of the congregation or at the hotel the evening of the dance. • • The sixth annual dance of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the Floridian Hotel on Sunday evening, March 7th, beginning at 9 o'clock, when prominent entertainers now in this area will appear for the entertainment of the guests. This is one of the outstanding events of the winter season and provides funds for the work of the Talmud Torah carried on by the congregation and Ladies' Auxiliary. Mrs. Jack Hirsch is chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements. • A meeting of prominent Jewish residents and workers of this area has been called by Rabbis Jacob H. IM. Wintner of New York and Rabbi Kaplan, Max Shapiro, Colman Mayer Freed, on behalf of the RabZwitman and Abraham A. Kellner! bi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva, of at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall which Rabbi Kellner is a graduate, for Monday evening, March 1st, Mrs. Jack Hirsch, president of the at which time matters of imporLadies' Auxiliary, presented a gift tance to the Jewish community will of sterling silver candelabra on be d'scussed. Admission will be by invitation only, as this is to be a conference and not a public meeting. Those who have received invitations to attend are urged to be on hand promptly at 8 o'clock. • • behalf of the organization and the synagogue to Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner. Rabbi Kellner delivered the principal address of the evening. Cantor Maurice Mamches of Beth Jacob Congregation and Cantor Louis Hayman of Beth David ConSunday school. til The regular late Friday evening services are being held at Beth Jacob Congregation under the direction of Cantor Maurice Mamches. The early Friday evening service and Saturday morning services will be marked by the chanting of the At the late Friday evening serv. { g'egation sang appropriate selecices at the Miami Jewish Orthodox j t ions Mrs. Louis Kotkin was Congregation, Rabbi Abraham A. j chairman of the arrangements comKellner will preach on "Reflec-1 mittee and was assisted by Mrs. J. tion." The usual congregational L. Shochet. singing and chanting will be enioyed, to be followed by a reception tendered by the Ladies' AuxThe children of the Sunday school iliary. Saturday morning services begin at 9 o'clock. Mincha services begin at 5 p. m., followed by Shalosh Saudah and Maariv service. Attended by a capacity crowd, the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation was filled when the Laand Talmud Torah of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be presented in a Purim program which will include a play, "Time Marches On," Sunday afternoon, February 28th, at 2 o'clock at the Young Men's Hebrew Association clubrooms at Fifth st. and Sixteenth ave., S. W. The public is world renowned Cantor Pierre Pinchuk, who made such a remarkable furore at the synagogue several weeks ago that ho was prevailed on to remain over for this Saturday. Tickets for the Friday evening and Saturday morning services may be obtained at the synagogue or from officers of the congregation. dies' Auxiliary of the congregation j invjted tQ attend The play has tendered a formal reception to | been coaehed by Mrs Abraha m A. Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham A. KellKelIner and ^ be under the 8U ner last Sunday night at the synpery;^,, of R a bbi Kellner, who is agogue. Mr. H. M. 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Page Six THE JEWI3H FLORIDIAN BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St. Miami 2-9B48 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN 6996 Albacore Drive Miami Beach 5-9875 One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morning throughout the year. SISTERHOOD CONGREGATIONAL J At this Friday evening's services at 8:15 o'clock, Rabbi Zwitman will speak on a current, yet age-old problem, under the title of "The Significance and Message [ of Purim to Our Generation." Dr. Kaplan will conduct the services, after which there will be a recepj tion sponsored by the Sisterhood j for the entire congregation. HamI antaschen will be served by the hostesses. The hostesses at last Friday evening's reception were Mrs. Lawrence Sapero and Mrs. Isaac Wolkowsky. The regular meeting of the board of trustees of Temple Israel will be held on Tuesday evening, March 2nd, 1937, in the board room of Temple Israel, at 8 o'clock. Ail members arc urged to attend. PURIM PARTY o_ o On Sunday afternoon at 3:30 the Religious School board of Temple Israel is sponsoring a Purim party tendered to the children of our school and to their parents. A very merry program of entertainment will be followed by a costume ball for the children, and many valuable prizes will be given for the best and most original costumes. The children will receive hamantaschen and other delicacies, as well as noise makers, and we especially urge all of our Sunday school pupils to be present at the occasion. Admission is free. No collections whatsoever will be taken up. At 5 p. m. a Purim supper for the children and their parents will be served for 25 cents. This supper will include a meat course, vegetables, salad, tea and cake. Dance music by a six-piece orchestra will also be provided under this same tariff. We are very anxious to have all of the children, as well as their parents, and members of our congregation at this affair, which is given by our school board not for any money making purposes, but merely in order to create a more intimate spirit and kindly relation, ship between parent, teacher and child. Reservations for the Purim supper and dance may be made by calling the Temple office, 2-7745. The committee working to make this affair possible is composed of Mrs. Frank Perlman, Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs. Harry Nevins and Mrs. Gordon Davis. | RELIGIOUS SCHOOL I -;___ __0 Services in the Religious school assembly last Sunday morning were conducted by Herbert Simon, and the birthday of Herbert Fcibelman, jr., was celebrated. Youth Group Dance—The confirmation class and the post-confirmation class, which have recently been organized into a club which will serve as the nucleus of a youth group, will run their first Saturday evening social on March 6th, 1937. The dance will be given by the young people of the two classes in Kaplan hall at 9 p. m. and the admission price will only be 25 cents per person. Ticket's may be obtained from any member of the confirmation class or the post-confirmation class, or from the following members of the dance committee: Richard Kobley, Nathan Aronovitz, Teddy Plant, Jane Bronner, Shirley Levy, Dorothy Ann Levin, Herbert Simon, Florence Coret, Fred Bulbin, Raymond Cowen. The regular meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel will take place on Monday, March 1st, 1937, at 2:30 p. m. in Kaplan hall. The president of the Sisterhood, Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, and the recording secretary, Mrs. Henry D. Williams, both of whom had been delegates to the New Orleans convention, will present reports of their impressions of the now historical gathering. A musical program will also be presented, and a nominations committee will be appointed for the purpose of slating the next 'year's officers. Since this meet' ing is of vital importance, every member of the Sisterhood who is actually interested in the continuance of the Sisterhood and the support of our Temple should be present!. A board meeting of the Sisterhood will precede the regular meeting, and will be held at 1:30. Zbar, Ted Wittner, Bobby Herscowitz, Lionel Elozory, Sorel Wolfson, Daniel Stone, Herbert Weiss, Marvin Aronowitz, Ed Weissman, Herbert Goldberg, Donald Swerdlin, Ruth Polick, Henry Finman, Jack Dayan, Isaac Dayan, Rosalie Abramowitz. After the entertainment the Ladies' Auxiliary will serve refreshFriday, February 26, 1037 ments at the vestry rooms of the synagogue. The Ladies' Auxiliary Sabbath will be observed this Friday night Mrs. Jacob Wittner will read a few Psalms and prayers and Mrs. I. Liebman will deliver the sermon. The choir will sing special numbers. ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since 1919 Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-370S Tampa Notes The Purim program for Congregation Rodoph Sholom for Sunday, February 28th, 8 p. m., will include a piano solo by Joice Lutz; vocal solo, Eleanor Rosenthal; dance, Gloria Bokor, recitation, Joan Zubkcn. In the play, "Masqueraders," are Adriene Blumberg, Doris Chate, Dorothy Rippa, Tanya Wohl, Joan Perlman, Barbara Einbinder, Leba Segall, Evelyn Bernstein, Judith Neuwirth, Beryl Solomon, Marcus =MIAMI BEACH GLASS CO. MIRRORS GLASS FURNITURE TOPS WINDOW VENTILATORS PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS Phone 5-5585 ALBERT NE.METZ S. HOWARD ROSENDORF 437 Washington Avenue -oS>& LIEBE'S thrill 7011 didn't expect to find In Miami.. an Indian Village ">," 0, d .: • fcfSjJ .marine eorloi and hand-work of the Indians. Ton mnt alio aee the beara, wlldeali, water monkryi these Seminolea hT captnred and their hne collection of lllrators and crocodile!. Hundreds of rare tropical plants. Alligator Wrestling Hourly Thru the Dar 25c ADM. Includes Ererythlnf 1 N. 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Friday, February 26, 1937 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Seven Jacksonville News A beautiful event of the early spring was the wedding of Rita Zoslow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Zoslow, to Alex Falis, which wat solemnized in the home of tho bride Sunday afternoon in the presence of a large gathering of rela-iw and friends. The ceremony was performed by Rabbi Morris D. MargoliB of the Jacksonville Jewish Center, assisted by Rabbi B. of Orlando, uncle of the bridegroom. M r, Falis entered with his broth. Simon Falis, who served as best man, followed by his parents, Mr. .Mrs. If. Falis. The bride was given in marriage i parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Zoslow, and was attended by her in-law, Mrs. Gus Zoslow of M ami, matron of honor. Mrs. D. Massell, Mrs. Henry Kramer, Mrs. Louis Wolfson, Mrs. David Cowan, Mrs. M. Bork, Mrs. Harry Broida and Mrs. Sam Bucholtz. The unusually large attendance first thrift) luncheon sponsored by the child welfare committee of Senior Hadassah on Wednesday promises that this Innovation will be among the outstanding events in the Hadassah calendar for the year. The proceeds derived from this affair go to supply well balanced nourishing meals for the children of Palestine, from the kinderegarten age, through the high schools. !'ln isc serving were Mrs. Ernest Filton, Mrs. Sam Wolfson, Mrs. Sam Kassewitz, Mrs. Martin Sack, Relatives and friends were gried to learn of the sudden death of Miss Goldie Rubin, 27, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rubin. Miss Rubin contracted influenza while in the west convalescing from a recent illness and died Tuesday night. The body arrived in Jacksonville from Chicago Friday morning, accompanied by the parents. -Miss Rubin was a native of Jacksonville and received her education in the local public schools. She was graduated as a dental hygienist from Columbia University and, until her recent illness, served in that capacity at the United States Marine Hospital in Savannah, Ga. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rubin; a sister, Mrs. Lee Chermak of Hartford, Conn., and a brother, Raymond Rubin of Washington, D. C. The funeral was held Friday in the Florida Funeral Home, Rabbi Morris I). Margolis officiating. Interment was in the family plot in the Jacksonville Jewish Center Cemetery. Roosevelt Hotel. Mr. McRae spoke on conditions in present day Germany. In connection with his studies at Oxford, he visited many European countries and spent considerable time in Germany. A regular business meeting followed the address. Delegates to a state conference at Orlando were chosen and representatives to the Goldsboro, N. C, convention selected. %  M Daytona Beach Notes William McRae, young local attorney and former Oxford student, addressed members of the Jacksonville B'nai B'rith Lodge at a meeting in the Florida Room of the MIAMI REACH A large card party crowd attended Sunday night at Temple Israel. Mrs. Liebman and Miss Sadie Katz were hostesses, assisted by Miss ; Sadie Eskin. The vestry rooms | were attractively decorated with periwinkle, ferns and hibiscus. Lou Roey won the door award. Prizefor high .CHIT went to Mrs. Lou Roey. .Mrs. J. I. Ziegler, II. Farans, .Mrs. Louis E. Goldman, Miss Fradie Herman of New Smyrna, Miss Ethel Nelson, .Mrs. William Sirkin, Mrs. A. Feldmun, Herman Allen, Mrs. Max J. Budethal. Mrs. N. Golden, Mrs. Lillian G"shinsky, Mrs. Harry Pepper and Mrs. R. Rubin and others. Consolation awards went to Mrs. Bessie Gittleman, Miss Cinda Lee, Miss Sadie Eskin and Mrs. G. Saross. Mrs. Louis Ossinsky and Mrs. William Sirkin will be hostesses at the next public card party Sunday night at Temple Israel. Ritter's Hotel La Flora Hotel COLLINS AVE. AT THIRTEENTH Where your every wish is our delight. Home comfort and modern service, combined with the finest cuisine "You may as well have the best" DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED Special Friday Night DlrUMI Served in the Main Dininit Koom Dining Room Open Until May 1st Make Your Reservations Now for Passover America's Brotherhood Day observance was conducted in Daytona Beach last week-end, ushered in with radio broadcast services Friday night by Rabbi Kleinfeld. His subject was "Brotherhood and Tolerance." There will be another broadcast this Friday night, February 26th, from 8:30 until 9 o'clock, his topic being "Citizenship and Judaism." Mrs. Leo Rosenblum was guest reviewer Tuesday night at the Y. W. C. A. during regular Blue Triangle Book Club meeting. 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Page Eight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, February 26, 1937 Society Greyhound racea that thrill and entertainment that is obtainable only in the better night clubs and theatrea have made the Biscayne Kennel Club the peer of all dog Hacks in Florida, and this policy will continue through the remainder of the season. Frank .1. Brucn, manager, has announced. Eleven race.nightly, two of which are feature events in which Hie track's best doga run, and music by Paul Whiteman and his 80piece orchestra, arc offered nightly to fans who go to the conveniently located track, N. W. 115th st., between Seventh and Second eves. That Miamiana and visitors appreciate the efforts of the Biscayne Kennel Club to offer only the fin.-t entertainment, both in dog racing and musically, has been proven by the huge crowds that are attending the 'rack nightly. Since Paul Whiteman, the King Of Jazz, opened last Saturday night, capacity crowds every night have packed both the grandstand and the lawn. In Paul Whiteman, Biscayne has i MCUred the outstanding orchestra leader in the country, and h>s baud ha8n -t a p.-cr in the United States. In addition he has three outstanding vocal specialists, Linda Lee, rhythm singer; Bob Lawrence, han dsome young baritone, and the King's Men. a quartet composed oi Ken Darby, bass; Bad Robinson baritone; Bud Linn, first tenor, and John Dodson, second tenor. Every night during Whiteman B limited engagement these artists Will 1,. heard in special numbers. accompanied V the finest orchestra in the country. And the .log -aces have not been overlooked in favor of the musical entertainment Biscayne has the finest group of young dogs in the State and the veterans are still performing awell as in other years, a suring that every one of the nightly eleven racea will provide thrills. Fans are urged to lake advantage of this opportunity to hear and .. %  Paul Whiteman and hia orchestra, for he will he here for only a short time, and will not appear i I iewhere in Florida. To get to the track merely drive out N. W. Seventh ave. or N. E. Second ave. direct to the oval, or take a bua from the rear of the Venetian arcade. # Chevrolet'a position in the automobile industry ia revealed in its announcement of complete figures for new ear registrations in the United States in 1936, showing a total of 030,250 new Chevrolet passenger carlicensed in the country. As compared with 1986, Chevrolet -bowed a gain in passenger car registrations of ^T:!,:>52, or 41.7 per cent, over the 1935 total of 056,698, says the statement issued from the office of W. E. Holler, vicepresident and general sales manager. A comparison with the industry as a whole shows that of the 3,404,497 new cars registered in the United State-, l!T.:i per centwere Chevrolets. The Chevrolet gain of 273,652 over the previous year was more than double that of any other manufacturer, and exceeds the combined gains of the seven makers ranking from second to eighth place in registrations. In truck registrations also, Chevrolet held first place by 204,344 units, as compared with 107.129 for 1935. Chevrolet's lead in trucks over the next highest manufacturer was 27,100 units. The total registrations for all makes of trucks were 611,044, Chevrolet representing more than one-third of all the new units licensed. Have You Entered the Old Gold Contest? If you have not entered the Old Gold Contest, do so today. The contest is just beginning: 1,000 rash prizes, totaling §200,000, will be given to the winners. The contest consists of solving Puzzle Pictures. The first prize is $100,000. (io to your cigarette dealer and ask him for a set of official Old Gold Puzzle Pictures, FREE, together with full rules and details i oneerning the contest. 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Miami, Fla
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February 26, 1937

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Vol. 10Ni.
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FKBRl ARY 2fi, 1937
Price Five Cent*
Noted Anti-Semite Troops Patrol
Threatens War Tiberias Streets
New York (WNS)A new civil Tiberias, Palestine (WNS) Re-
vai between Jews and non-Jews linforced police and troop detach-
eatena the United States un- [ ment\s are patrolling every street
congress takes immediate steps in Tiberias to prevent a recurrence
. nub the "preponderance of Jews of the sudden outbreak of rioting
the economic and political life" which brought injuries to 30 Jews,
of vhe Americon life, according to 130 Arabs and two British police-
William Pelley, once America's : men, after a crowd of Moslems
leading anti-Semite and head of leaving a mosque ran amuck in the
1... tv>...<:itlin Bill Proposed
To Curb Hatred
Re it enacted by the Legisla-
ture
That it shall be unlawful for
any person, or persons, acting
singly, jointly or collectively,
whether individually or in any
ailing anti-Semite ana neaa oi leaving a mosque ran amuck in tne society, within the state of Flor-
moribund Silver Shirts. Writ- Jewish quarter. In the most seri- Ma, etc.. to print, disseminate,
in the February issue of the out disturbance since the outbreaks distribute or cause to be print-
New Liberation, his new monthly of 1986 ended, the Arab crowd
ation, Pelley warns that ra- stoned passing Jews, smashed win-:
cial feeling between Jews and non- dows and went- berserk in the old
Jews is reaching dangerous pro- city section. The Jews quickly ar-
portions in this country, and he ranged themselves in self-defense
lemands that congress "take note formation. Four of the wounded
i the Jewish question and begin .lews were hurt by stones and one
the enactment of laws restraining was severely knifed. When the po-
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
A FEW BOOKS
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
This column is copyrighted by 1 ture has. Intrinsic to man. Then
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part strictly forbidden. Any
infringement will be prosecuted.
ed. disseminated or distributed
any written, printed, multi-
graphed, mimeographed, photo-
stated or photographed book,
statement, newspaper, circular,
pamphlet. paper or writing,
which shall in language or oth-
erwise, urge, create, or tend to
create hatred, ridicule, violence
or hostility against any group of
persons resident in this state be-
cause of their race, color or re-
ligion.
Any person violating any of
the provisions of this act shall
be deemed guilty of a misdemea-
nor and upon conviction thereof
shall be sentenced to pay a fine
of one hundred dollars or to suf-
fer imprisonment for sixty days
tile .:ai iriii-ni ui ica iconoiiiui^ HUB DVWKVIJ imiiivm. i> iivm i*il j-v
all lews in their disproportionate lice arrived they fired into the air
influence among America's other in order to disperse the Arabs.
Thereafter Arab snipers fired from
Pelley also issues a call to all i the hillsides, with Boldiere reply-
"outstanding Gentile patriots with ing with machine guns.
ncreasing grievance rankling Three Jews and two Arabs ac-;
in their hearts to begin the crea- cused f participating in the dis-'
tion of an aggressive anti-Jewish turbances were immediately tried
lobby within the congress of the by the district commissioner, found
L'nited States, having as its ult-i- guilty and sentenced to prison. The ,
aim the passing of legisla- .lews received terms ranging from |
which limits the preponder- six months to two years, while the .......r-
of Jews in the economic and Arabs were jailed for periods vary- r to suffer both such line and
.litical life to their preponder- ing from one to two years. Dur- \ imprisonment at the discretion
n America's population." Un- ing the trial the district commis- of the court.______
congress takes this action, sioner was reported to have said
threatens, he will revive the that the Jews should have hidden Throughout the entire country
Shirts and set up "an un- themselves instead of fighting. The bills are being introduced in the
ned Silver Shirt lobby" in Hebrew press met this assertion by respective legislative assemblies of
declaring that the Jews would nev- the various states designed to def-
________________,.,. give up the right of self-defense. I initely end the dissemination ot,
1 a statement on the riot the gov- ] race hatred. The state of Florida,
Welfare Bureau 'l80*ht t0 make il appear Ithougb free of anti;Sei.tlc'" ,"'a"
Jldre DUreaU ^ Kev.sionists ha(, he,ped ^Landa to a great extent, has never-
SDOnSOrS ShOW stimulate the beginning of the trou- Unless been the sea of virulent
.. ,.....=.......................i Am\cA anti-Semitic publications, spon-
sored by Hitler propagandist's and
containing the infamous Edmonson
articles. We have been disgraced
by visits of men like Gerald Win-
rod, arch Hitlerite, in this country,
though to the credit of the gen-
eral citizenry it may be said that
his stay here was rather short
lived. We do not think, in fact, we
know, there is no room in Florida
for the propagation of race hatred.
The citizenry of the entire state,
living up to its traditions of fair-
ness and decency, will be more than
happy to have placed upon its law
It is with considerable hesitation
that a layman in several senses will
permit himself any observations on
the new volume by Dr. Mordecai M.
Kaplan, and he will assuredly not
permit himself even these obser-
vations without first paying his
homage to the most learned, vigor-
ous and influential thinker now
visible upon the American Jewish
scene. Dr. Kaplan's new book is
"The Meaning of God in Modern
Jewish Religion" (Behrman's Jew-
ish Hook House, 1937) and, wheth-
er to agree or disagree, the vol-
ume is certain to find its way into
the hands of every Jew who is con-
cerned with the preservation of
life's highest values in this age.
The present reviewer has the
misfortune to find Dr. Mordecai M.
intrinsic to the structure of things.
I can follow this process of thought
and find God. But God precisely
as "a self-existent entity," which
is precisely what Dr. Kaplan denies,
and by denying which he robs the
whole discussion of meaning.
One more observation. "There
can be no personal salvation so
long as injustice and strife exist in
the social order," Dr. Kaplan
writes (p. 54). But injustice and
strife have always existed in the
social order. To hear people talk
nowadays, learned and simple, you
would suppose that earth had been
paradise until now. And have
there been through the ages no just
men, no righteous men, no saved
men? Have there been no sages,
no saints, despite both natural and
moral evil? Could there, in fact,
be either righteousness or salvation
in a perfectly clicking Utopia?
Let's be "natural" and scientific,"
God help us all! Salvation is an
individual psychological process.
The saved man seeks to save so-
is and therefore
His relation to society is
Kaplan*! entire structure of .
thought unacceptable because helciety by what he
lenies in toto the fundamental prin.' does. His relati
ciple. I am not, to be sure, as or- that of Abraham to the people of
thodox as the amiable Dr. Bern- the cities of the plain. It isn't
stein made me out to be the other that of either Karl Marx or John
day in an article in Dos Yiddische Dewey ... It is this "amazement
Folk, in which he dealt with the \ and blank awe" before Science
idealogies of Martin Buber, Dr. |(with a big S) on the lips of the
Kaplan and my humble self. I am learned that sometimes makes me
talk more orthodoxly (if one may
say so) than I believe. But I will
in deed and in truth pray with the
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau is spon-
soring its second annual minstrel
show Wednesday evening. March
3rd, at 8 o'clock, in the Ida M.
(Continued on Page 8)
ble, but this was vigorously denied
by the Jewish community of Ti-
berias and the Hebrew press. Both
asserted that the outbreak began
long before any Revisionists ar-
rived.
At an emergency session of the
Tiberias town councillors, the dis-
trict commissioner warned that the
police on emergency duty in the
town had instructions to fire into
the crowd at the first sign of re-
not even mystically, if you like,
quite as "rightist" as Buber him-
self, and find it difficult to follow ... -------- .
thai great artist, sage and saint I humblest Chasid in a Polish village
on some of his flights into the ul- I of mud and be nearer the sources
timate. But I am willing to sub- of our being than go in for this
scribe, even without quite under-
standing, to everything that Buber
"social process" business with its
essential atheism and its essential.
has meant in Zweisprache and Ich ly unserious meliorism.
and Du when on the first page of I loathed having to write these
I)i. Kaplan's preface (I've studied | paragraphs. But, as the French
Beach Butchers
Are Exonerated
______ newed trouble. The Jews are charg-
Following charges preferred \ ing the police with negligence.
to the county solicitor's office They are also indignant over the ^ nappy to nBVC lfmomt u,,.....
that kosher butchers of Miami' report that only Jewish cars are (bookg a defimte statute once and
,. ... _--i.t __. ,.,....,,.,1 fi-nm entering Ti- _____ .mJ1m ,*, .lano-Ar of race
Beach had engaged in a racket,
that they had been selling non-
kosher meats for kosher, and
had been parties to a "racket,"
Mr. Louis J. Hamel, assistant
county solicitor, conducted a
rigorous examination last Wed-
nesday, Thursday and Friday.
On Friday evening Mr. Hamel
issued the following statement:
"I am convinced there is no
racket among the kosher butch-
ers of Miami Beach. The inves-
tigation convinced me that the
religious and civil laws are be-
ing obeyed by the kosher butch-
ers, and so far as this office is
concerned they have a clean bill
of health. Nobody is paying any
tribute and nobody is collecting
any.
being stopped from entering Ti-
berias by any of the roads leading
here. A police search for arms in
Kfar Saba and the halting of Jew-
ish cars entering Kfar Saba also
brought protests from Jews.
Sinus Cure
Is Discovered
New York (WNS)Development
of what may be the long sought
for cure for sinus was announced
here by Dr. I. Daniel Shorell, staff
surgeon of the Harlem Eye and
Ear Hospital. Dr. Shorell's cure,
which had been hailed by Dr.
Charles B. Meding, chief surgeon
of the hospital, as an outstanding
contribution to modern medicine, is
forever ending any danger of race
hatred dissemination.
Talk to your fellow men talk
to your representatives in the leg-
islature of the state ... and we
feel certain this bill will be unani-
mously passed at the next session
of the legislature to the everlast-
ing credit of Florida.
non-surgical. It consists of the
injection of a vaccine taken from
the patient's nasal secretions, to-
gether with the introduction of
"dry" heat, a new type of heat
treatment, to the affected parts.
Tests show that the treatment has
resulted in a permanent cure in 80
per cent of the cases on which it
was used.
the entire volume, please!) I find
these words: "Religion is a nat-
ural social process which arises
from man's intrinsic need of salva-
tion or self-fulfillment." A thou-
sand troubled questions rise. So-
ciety is an aggregation of men, is
it not? Can there, then, he any-
thing in society but what men put
into it? The foundation, then, is
not the social, which is purely sec-
ondary, but the psycho-biological.
In brief, men first prayed and won-
dered and aspired separately and
i then together. What is the mean-
I ing of "natural" in Dr. Kaplan's
i context? Man is a religious, pray-
ing, aspiring animal with a guilt-
feeling. That belongs to the order
of nature. True. Provided you
make "nature" a co-extensive with
the universe. But if "natural" is,
as I very much fear, a sop thrown
to anti-metaphysical positivism, as
much as to say: Don't be afraid
that I believe anything that can-
not be echoed up in the laboratory
this monththen I must quite def-
initely part company with Dr. Kap-
lan right here. Man has an "in-
trinsic need of salvation." Pro-
foundly true. No other living crea-
say, e'est plus fort que moi. It
just had to come out. I turn with
infinite comfort to the exquisitely
beautiful and rightly looked upon,
most philosophical novel by S. J.
Agnon, admirably translated from
the Hebrew by I. M. Lask. It is
called "The Bridal Canopy" and
published as an uncommonly hand-
some volume by Doubleday, Doran
and Company. The story of Reb
Yudel and his three daughters and
of his adventures and of the world
in which he lived, the early nine-
teenth century world of Chasidism
and its neighbors, is very concrete-
ly delineated. Yet the book is epic
and legendary, deeply rooted in
1 time and folk and yet soaring be-
yond both by its human sweetness,
its ethical depth, its trafficking
with the essentials of human life.
It is a book that will grow and
not diminish with time. It dips
into the unfathomable well of Jew-
ish lore and faith close to the uni-
versal heart of man. The tale ends,
as it must and should, in the land
of Israel, even as every man de-
sires his life and adventures to
end in some land of heart's desire.
(Continued on Page 8)
1


Pag* Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, February 26, 1937
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
its annual Purim dinner at its Tal-
mud Torah Sunday evening1, Feb-
ruary 28th, at 6 o'clock. Mrs. Max
Shapiro will give the invocation,
Mrs. Stanley] C. Myers will be
toastmistress, Mrs. Sol Weinkle is
in charge of tickets. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will pronounce the bene-
diction. Cantor Louis Hayman will
sing Purim songs. In charge of
arrangements are Mrs. J. Engler,
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Mrs. M. Rippa,
Mrs. L. J. Hartz, Mrs. W. Blut-
stein, Mrs. M. Apte and Mr. Abe
Kronenfeld.
* *
Mis. Hairy Barnhard, peace
chairman, is in charge of the peace
program of the Council of Jewish
Women, to be held on Wednesday,
March 8r& at 2:30 p. m. at the
Mayflower Hotel. Following a
brief business meeting, the Miami
Juniors of the Federal Theatre will
present a play, "At the Cross-
roads," written by Harry Barn-
hard and supervised by Malka
Reich. The Federal Players create
their own marionettes and have
engaged in this work since last
July.
*
A meeting of lodges from the
entire state of Florida will be held
Sunday, February 28th, at the San
Juan Hotel, Orlando, to discuss the
formation of a statewide B'nai
B'rith organization. Among other
matters to be discussed will be the
institution of a Hillel Foundation
at Gainesville.
*
Tho social meeting for February
of the local B'nai B'rith lodge
last Tuesday evening at the Beth
David Talmud Torah Hall listened
to an address by Herbert U. Fei-
belman on the constitution. Miss
Anne Feldman sang several Yid-
dish folk songs. Following the
formal program, refreshments were
served by a committee headed by
Mrs. Nathan Adelman and Mrs.
William Friedman.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss of
Miami Beach entertained at bridge
and keno last Tuesday evening for
Judge and Mrs. Bernon. Among
those attending were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Brown, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Price, Mrs. Murry M. Marks of
Cleveland, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. R.
J. Bergeron of Chicago, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Friedman of Youngstown
and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gold-
hammer of Cleveland. Many local
residents were on hand.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lubin, who ; Spending some time at the Ho-
wcre the house guests of their son ; tel Evans, Miami Beach, are Judge
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I. Ringel of New York City; Har-
ry, Murray and Ted Rosenberg,
owners of the Associated Hotel
Agencies, Inc.; Mrs. L. Balkin (the
original "Betty Boop"); Miss Mona
Sherold, art illustrator for Har-
I'aul Lubin, returned to their home
in Yonkers, N. Y.
With the
eliminations
second round of the
for the $2,000 added
Simon, Mras. Jean Starke and Mrs.
Max Steinberger.
*
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wallerstein an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter, Louella W. Farr, to Is-
rael David Shapiro of Augusta, Ga.,
February 14th, on the terrace at
Futurity at the West Flagler Ken- pel's Bazaar and Vogue magazines; Uhe Pan American Airways, with
nel Club now in progress, grey-
hound lovers are watching the most
exciting racing imaginable at
Miami's downtown greyhound track.
Two-year-old dogs are racing for
the world's richest purse. No track
in the world stages such a classic
and Jacob Sher and William Hunt-
ley, genial owners of the track, are
to be congratulated for giving the
fans such a stake race.
Dogs from all parts of the coun-
try are eligible for the Futurity.
The finals will be held March 5th.
Mr. Abe Holtz, Beacon, N. Y.; Mr.
and Mrs. Bocko Mayo, Mr. Abe
Rosenberg, University Chevrolet
Co., Bronx; William and Hy Sil-
verman, New York City; Mr. and
Mrs. W. Taffel, New York City;
Mi. and Mrs. M. Singer, New York
City; Mr. E. X. Feinbcrg, West
Newton, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. M.
Lipton, Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs. E.
Blackman, Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs.
A. Bring and family, Brooklyn; Mr.
.1. Younger, Brooklyn; Benjamin
Charles and Mrs. Ethel Luban,
West Flagler is the only track j Brooklyn; Dr. J. Roos, Chicago, 111.;
in the world using all glass start- Mr. Benjamin Weber, Jamaica, N.
ing boxes. One of the big innova- : Y.; Mrs. T. Baker, Baltimore, Md.;
tions of the year at Flagler was
the disappearing starting box. An-
other exclusive nightly feature at
West Flagler is the hurdle race,
which is the most thrilling race of
all.
Being easily accessible from all
parts of Miami, West Flagler can
be reached in ten minutes. It is
located on 3Gth ave. at West Flag-
ler. Motorists use either West
Flagler st. or N. W. Seventh st.
Both are arterial highways. Buses
leave Burdine's every ten minutes.
The fare is ten cents. Eleven races
'are staged nightly. Post time is
j8:15 o'clock. The admission is 25
cents. Mannie Gates and his or-
chestra entertain between races.
Mrs. Rebecca Willner Liss, a
Mr R. Grossman, Camden, N. J.
* *
Mis. Dorothy Farber Goldberg
of the Hotel Golfmore, Grand
Beach, Mich., is a house guest of
Mrs. L. S. Farber, 319 N. W. Thir-
tieth st.
* *
The musical and card party
which Junior Hadassah is giving
will be held on March 8th instead
of March 3rd, as previously an-
nounced, at the Alamac Hotel,
Miami Beach.
Miss Ethyl Wax is general chair-
man and Miss Doris Cromer is ar-
ranging the program of music to
precede the card games.
*
Mrs. Leonard F. Epstein of
Miami Beach entertained in honor
of Mrs. Leon Epstein and Mrs. Eli
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Miss Sara Shapiro, sister of the
bridegroom, was maid of honor and
Mrs. N. N. Bernstein of Gary, Ind.,
sister of the bride, matron of honor.
George Kelrick of New York,
brother-in-law of the bridegroom,
was best man.
Ushers were Samuel Miller of
Cleveland, Maurice Rubin of Mich-
igan City, Ind.; J. Wollerstein, also
of Michigan City, and S. Kopiloff
of Winston-Salem, N. C.
Following luncheon Mr. and Mrs.
Shapiro left by airplane for Ha-
vana.
#
The officers of Junior Hadassah
invite members and their escorts
to be present at their annual ball
Sunday evening, preceded by a
cocktail party at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Koretzsky, 1552
Collins ave., Miami Beach, at 8
o'clock.
A program will be presented at
the cocktail party by several en-
tertainers from leading Miami
night clubs. Guests will go later
in the evening to Town Casino for
dancing.
Miss Myra Goodkowsky is in
charge of arrangements and is be-
ing assisted by Miss Eddie Adler,
Miss Anita Silverman, Miss Ev-
elyn Beckerman, Miss Belle Tan-
nen, Miss Mollie Engler, Miss Mil.
dred Gittel, Miss Sylvia Kritzsky
and Miss Helen Schiff.
The officers' ball is the culmina-
1 tion of the membership drive dur-
ing which a series of novel parties
have been given for members and
prospective members.
Mrs. Murry Grossman is presi-
dent of the Miami unit.
* *
"Man is no exception to the laws
and order of the universe. He, too,
is a part of nature and, therefore,
must obey the universal laws of
nature," Dr. Wolfson told the Spi-
noza Group last Saturday after-
noon. A lively discussion followed
the lecture. Dr. E. Carlin, Mr.
Friedlander, Mrs. Roth, Mr. Sollit
1 and many others took part in the
I discussion. Next Saturday at 2 p.
m. the Group will meet again to
hear the opera "Lucia." At 3:30
p. m. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will
speak on "The Life of Reason."
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ling class of the Council of Jewish
j Women at 2 p. m. Friday, at the
Mayflower Hotel, with Mrs. I. M.
a bridge luncheon last week at the
Miami Biltmore Hotel. Others pres-
ent were Mrs. Henry Hohauser,
Mrs. Elmer Laskin, Miss Pearl
IN MEMORIAM
RAYMOND SIMON
Died March 14, 1935
Ninth of Adar, 5695
Weinstein as teacher. Mrs. Liss Frank, Mrs. Clare Lichenstule, Mrs.
I will speak on the legislative pro-
gram of the National Council of
Jewish Women. She is the past
I president of the Illinois Women's
Bar Association and legislative
chairman of the Council of Jewish
Women. Chicago section.
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Arrives Here
Greeting the world famous
scholar, Rabbi I. M. Gordon, dean
of the noted Lomza Yeshiva in Po-
land last Wednesday on his arrival
in Miami was a committee of lo-
cal and visiting rabbis consisting
of Rabbis Azrael Epstein of Chi-
cago, Rabbi S. Schach of Chicago,
Rabbi S. Wintner and Rabbi Rabin-
owich of New York, Rabbi Uri Fel-
shin of New York, Rabbi Abraham
A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Beth David Congrega-
tion, Mr. M. B. Frank, secretary
of Beth Jacob Congregation, Can-
tor Boris Schlachman, executive
director of the Y. M. H. A., and
Messrs. I. Spivak and I. Miller.
This Cannot Go On
We have often read and frequently been told of the suf-
ferings our Jewish friends in Russia were caused by the
contemptible action of "mosrim," informers, stool pigeons.
Jews of the lowest, meanest type made their livelihood by
informing the Russian authorities of supposed infractions
of the law by their fellow Jews. In the overwhelming ma-
jority of cases innocent men were tortured because of the
figment of the imagination of these despicable professional
informers. We had believed that this class had long since
died out. Certainly, this cancer on the body of the Jewish
nation had long disappeared.
Yet within the past several weeks in this area this
practice, believed to have been long forgotten, again became
a living fact. A pseudo-rabbi, known to the Jewish commu-
nity for what he really is, and not what he claims to be,
intent upon fastening his claws upon the religious life of
Miami Beach, invoking the laws of the land, called upon the
law enforcement officials to prosecute men on charges that
were trumped up and fabricated by him. Under threat of
prosecution, false and malicious documents involving honor-
able gentlemen of the community were procured. Even the
dead were not spared. This pseudo rabbi was to undertake
the supervision of this supposedly wayward Jewish butcher.
Honorable rabbis, those who had studied and honestly
achieved their right to this appellation of rabbi, who served
real and not imaginary congregations, were threatened. Let-
ters were sent to a synagogue against their rabbi... all be-
cause this pseudo-rabbi wanted to gain control of the reli-
gious life of Miami Beach.
The truth will out the informer soon found that his
ill conceived attempts to hurt honest men amounted to
naught. The proper law enforcement officials, after a rather
thorough investigation, found his trumped-up charges to be
baseless.
Not content with his defeat. this pseudo-rabbi ob-
tained a warrant against this supposedly erring butcher and
had him arrested on a Sabbath morning. Honest men appre-
ciated this opportunity to expose this so-called rabbi for
what he really was. To the great dismay of all, the pseudo-
rabbi withdrew his charges and the case against the butcher
was dismissed.
_ It is about time that our lay leaders, our rabbis, take
action to rid this community of men of this ilk. It is high
time that Greater Miami took definite steps td let all. .. the
entire Jewish and non-Jewish world know the truth .. .
Let wily those who have worked, who have honestly procured
their right to the title rabbi, be recognized as such. Let the
community once and for all ostracize those who will permit
such as this pseudo-rabbi to continue.
This must not go on. The fair name of Greater Miami
Jewry must be protected.
Rabbi Gordon, who is accompa-
nied by his brother-in-law, Rabbi
M. Halpern of New York, is one
of the greatest Talmudic scholars
of the times and arrived here on
a tour of the country to raise funds
to prevent the foreclosure of the
school buildings of the Yeshiva,
which was founded in 1883 by his
father. The institution has achieved
world renown because of its par-
ticular style of Talmudic training
and has its graduates holding po-
sitions in many of the pulpits
Both of them the pride of American Jewry, Yehudi Menuhin and
his sister. Hephzihah, will give their first joint recital this season
anywhere in the world when they will appear as guests on the Ford
Sunday Evening Hour February 28th over the Columbia network at
! o'clock (EOT). The joint recital will mark the first time they have
ever played together on the air.
the Sisterhood; Mrs. Gabriel Ham-!
burger, vice-president of Ivriah,'
national educational association;
Mr. Louis Wolly, who installed the
officers, and Rabbi Safer, who
spoke in Yiddish. The principal ad-
dress of the evening was delivered
by Mr. J. Louis Shochet of Miami.
An appeal for funds for the con- '
gregation resulted in more than
seven hundred dollars cash being j
raised, sufficient to meet the past
due note and interest due on the
mortgage against the congrega-1
tion. Cantor M. Gewirtz of New i
York City and Cantor Boris I
Schlachman of Miami sang several I
appropriate selections during the
evening, which were received with
splendid applause.
cannot sell their produce owing to
the boycott imposed upon the town.
"Safed is under the rule of Arab
gangsters and terrorists. Villag-
ers leaving the city must show the
invoices for the goods to demon-
strate that they were not pur-
chased from Jews. Permits are
necessary for Arabs wishing to en.
ter the Jewish quarter and Jews
are not permitted to enter the
Arab area," it was said by Mr. Ben
Zvi during his description of the
situation in the upper Palestinian
town. The Vaad Leumi leader
charged that the authorities are
not interfering despite their knowl-
edge of the situation.
Offer $1,000 for Best Essay on
Jewish Occupational Distribution
New York (WNS)A prize of
$1,000 for the best essay on "The
Occupational Distribution of the
Jews in the United States" is be-
ing offered by the Conference on
Jewish Relations, according to an
announcement by Professor Morris
Raphael Cohen, president of the
conference. Aiming to "stimulate
constructive thought on contempo-
rary Jewish economic and social
problems, as an aid to constructive
thought along these lines," the con-
test has no restrictions as to par-
ticipants or as to scope and method
of the study. All that is required
is that the writer should make a
genuine contribution to knowledge
of the subject and submit the es-
say on or before April 30, 1938.
The judges will be Dr. Isidore Lu-
bin, head of the United States Bu-
reau of Labor Statistics; Dr. Paul
Gourrich of the U. S. Securities
Exchange Commission; Prof. Jacob
Hollander of Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity; Dr. Alvin Johnson, direc-
tor of the New School for Social
Research, and Prof. I. L. Sharf-
man of the University of Michigan,
chairman.
RABBI M. HALPERN
throughout the world. The emer-
gency committee for the redemp-
tion of the Yeshiva is headed by
Mr. Jacob Fishman of New York,
editor of the Jewish Morning Jour-
nal. In Greater Miami an auxil-
iary committee will be formed early
next week to aid Rabbi Gordon in
his work here. While in Miami
Rabbi Gordon is a guest at Krae-
mer's Kosher Restaurant and Ho-
tel at Miami Beach.
Jewish News
Around the
World
Persecution of Jews Due to Their
Retention of Racial Identity-
Jews Named to Executive Commit-
tee of Lawyers' Guild
Orlando Notes
Formal installation of the offi-
cers of Congregation Ohev Sholom
was held at the vestry rooms of
the Synagogue last Sunday eve-
ning and was attended by promi-
nent visitors and residents of the
city and surrounding territory. Mr.
B. J. Cohen, re-elected president
of the congregation for the ninth
consecutive term, was toastmaster
and presented the speakers. Rabbi
B. Safer, spiritual head of the con.
gregation, delivered the invocation
at the beginning of the splendid
banquet which was tendered by the
Sisterhood of the congregation.
Among those who spoke during the
evening was Mrs. Solomon, head of
New York (WNS)The Jew's
' determination to retain his individ-
uality and identity as a separate
race, no matter what his home-
land, is the cause of the new wave
of Jewish persecution now sweep-
ing the world, according to David
Lloyd George, England's war time
prime minister, in an article on
"Why the Jew Is Persecuted,"
which appears in the current is-
sue of Liberty magazine. Declar-
ing that the Jew is a valuable cit-
izen in any country that offers him
protection and equal apportunity,
the British statesman said that "no
country is entitled to claim loyalty
unto death from a people to whom
it denies the elementary rights of
humanity.
London (WNS)Announcement
that General Hermann Wilhelm
Goering, Nazi minister of aviation,
would head the German delegation
to the coronation of King George
VI on May 12, prompted Miss El-
len Wilkinson, Labor M. P., to de-
mand in the house of commons
that steps to be taken to prevent
the nazi leader from coming to
England. "Can we have some guar-
antee that we shall not be insult-
ed by the presence of General Goer-
ing as Germany's representative
at the coronation?" she asked.
Spanish Jews Replace Haman With
Franco in Purlm Story
Reports Safed Jews in State of
Siege
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency
The Jews of Safed, ancient town
of Hebrew tradition, are in a vir-
tual state of siege, it was declared
by Isaac ben Zvi, president of the
Vaad Leumi, in addressing a ses-
sion of that body. Shopkeepers no
longer receive the custom of the
surrounding villages who in turn
Barcelona (WNS)The name
of Haman, villain of the Purim
story, will be replaced by that of
General Franco, commander of the
Spanish Fascist rebels, in the Pu-
rim story as it will be told by the
Jews of Barcelona this year. Not-
'. withstanding the civil war, the
1 Jewish community here is prepar-
ing to observe Purim with the usual
gaiety. Luis Companys, president
of the Catalonian parliament, has
agreed to give 24-hour furloughs
to all Jewish volunteers attached
to government divisions within
leaching distance of Barcelona to
enable them to celebrate Purim.
The Jewish community is also pre-
paring food baskets for the 18 Jew-
ish members of the international
| brigade who are recovering from
woun !s in a Barcelona hospital.


Vat<- Four
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, February 26, 1937
Society
The Gcwerkschaften campaign
for the benefit of the Histadruth
in Palestine is being conducted in
.Miami and Miami Beach until Sun-
day, during which time flowers are
being sold for the benefit of the
campaign, which furnishes tools for
the workers of Palestine. Mr. Sam-
uel Siegcl of New York is in Miami
in the interests of the campaign.
Local workers include Mr. Sol Litt
and Mr. Henry Seitlin. The public
is urged to aid the committee.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg,
:;U1 N. W. Tenth ave., former resi-
dents of Jacksonville, Fla., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Sarah Greenberg,
and Mr. Sam Steinberg of Savan-
nah, Ga. Mr. Steinberg is credit
manager of the J. C. Lewis Motor
Company of Savannah. Miss Green-
berg is a member of the Junior
Council and Junior Hadassah.
*
The Tri Beta Sorority held elec-
tion of officers last Wednesday
evening at the home of Miss Ev-
elyn Kane. Named to hold office
for the term beginning March 3rd
are: Dorothy Morris, president;
Eva Wernicoff, vice-president;
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At the late Friday evening serv-
ices tonight at Beth David Congre-
gation, Rabbi Max Shapiro will
preach on "Does Israel Remember
too well?" Cantor Louis Hayman,
assisted by Beth David choir, will
chant the services. Saturday morn-
ing services, beginning at 8:30
o'clock, will be marked by the Bar
Mitzva of Ix'onard Hyman, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hyman of this
city. Leonard will recite the Haf-
toro and speak briefly in English,
following which Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will deliver a brief sermon.
The Junior congregation will meet
at 10:30 a. m. for services conduct-
ed by Howard Schwartz. The pub-
Four outstanding stars glitter in
the film firmament at the Seventh
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Jean Harlow, William Powell,
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a newspaper angle that is as eye-
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headlines of the front page.
The action of the piece centers
about a society girl who considers
that" a newspaper has treated her
with ii'reverence and files a dam-
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Needless to say, the sued newspa-
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its managing editor solicits the aid
of a former star reporter to ex-
tricate the paper from its diffi-
culties. In his scheme to make the
heiress drop her suit the reporter
succeeds in making her fall in love
with him. It is when he, in turn,
falls in love with her that compli-
cations begin and the tale takes
an unexpected and hilarious turn.
Saloniki (WNS)An appropria-
tion of $5,000 to the victims of the
1931 pogrom which destroyed the
Campbell (Jewish quarter of Sa-
loniki, has been approved by the
Metaxas government.
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Friday, February 26, 1937
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
Society
The annual ball and dance of
Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Miami
Beach will be held at the Floridian
Hotel, Miami Beach, this coming
Sunday evening, February 28th, be-
ginning at 9 o'clock. In addition
to the usual dancing that will be
provided, a galaxy of entertainers
have been arranged for the en-
tertainment of the guests. This is
an annual event with Beth Jacob
and has always attracted most of
the prominent Jews in this area.
Proceeds will be used for the Tal-
mud Torah work of the congrega-
tion. In charge of arrangements
is a committee headed by Mr. >l
B. Frank, who has been in charge
of the souvenir journal; Mrs. David
I. Rosenbloom and others of the
Sisterhood. The public is cordial-
ly invited to attend. Tickets may
be obtained from any officer or
member of the congregation or at
the hotel the evening of the dance.

The sixth annual dance of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be held at the Floridian Hotel on
Sunday evening, March 7th, be-
ginning at 9 o'clock, when promi-
nent entertainers now in this area
will appear for the entertainment
of the guests. This is one of the
outstanding events of the winter
season and provides funds for the
work of the Talmud Torah carried
on by the congregation and Ladies'
Auxiliary. Mrs. Jack Hirsch is
chairman of the committee in
charge of arrangements.
*
A meeting of prominent Jewish
residents and workers of this area
has been called by Rabbis Jacob H. IM. Wintner of New York and Rabbi
Kaplan, Max Shapiro, Colman Mayer Freed, on behalf of the Rab-
Zwitman and Abraham A. Kellner! bi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva, of
at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall which Rabbi Kellner is a graduate,
for Monday evening, March 1st, Mrs. Jack Hirsch, president of the
at which time matters of impor- Ladies' Auxiliary, presented a gift
tance to the Jewish community will of sterling silver candelabra on
be d'scussed. Admission will be by
invitation only, as this is to be a
conference and not a public meet-
ing. Those who have received in-
vitations to attend are urged to be
on hand promptly at 8 o'clock.

behalf of the organization and the
synagogue to Rabbi and Mrs. Kell-
ner. Rabbi Kellner delivered the
principal address of the evening.
Cantor Maurice Mamches of Beth
Jacob Congregation and Cantor
Louis Hayman of Beth David Con-
Sunday school.
til
The regular late Friday evening
services are being held at Beth Ja-
cob Congregation under the direc-
tion of Cantor Maurice Mamches.
The early Friday evening service
and Saturday morning services will
be marked by the chanting of the
At the late Friday evening serv. { g'egation sang appropriate selec-
ices at the Miami Jewish Orthodox jtions- Mrs. Louis Kotkin was
Congregation, Rabbi Abraham A. j chairman of the arrangements com-
Kellner will preach on "Reflec-1 mittee and was assisted by Mrs. J.
tion." The usual congregational L. Shochet.
singing and chanting will be en-
ioyed, to be followed by a recep-
tion tendered by the Ladies' Aux-
The children of the Sunday school
iliary. Saturday morning services .
begin at 9 o'clock. Mincha services
begin at 5 p. m., followed by Sha-
losh Saudah and Maariv service.
- Attended by a capacity crowd,
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation was filled when the La-
and Talmud Torah of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be presented in a Purim program
which will include a play, "Time
Marches On," Sunday afternoon,
February 28th, at 2 o'clock at the
Young Men's Hebrew Association
clubrooms at Fifth st. and Six-
teenth ave., S. W. The public is
world renowned Cantor Pierre Pin-
chuk, who made such a remarkable
furore at the synagogue several
weeks ago that ho was prevailed on
to remain over for this Saturday.
Tickets for the Friday evening
and Saturday morning services
may be obtained at the synagogue
or from officers of the congrega-
tion.
dies' Auxiliary of the congregation j invjted tQ attend The play has
tendered a formal reception to | been coaehed by Mrs Abraham A.
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ed Mr. E. Albert Pallot, who pre-
sided. Among those who spoke
were Rabbis Jacob H. Kaplan, Max
Shapiro and Colman Zwitman of
Miami, who brought greetings
from their congregations; Rabbi
being assisted by the faculty of the
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THE JEWI3H FLORIDIAN
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31st St.
Miami 2-9B48
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN
6996 Albacore Drive
Miami Beach 5-9875
One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morn-
ing throughout the year.
SISTERHOOD
CONGREGATIONAL J
At this Friday evening's serv-
ices at 8:15 o'clock, Rabbi Zwit-
man will speak on a current, yet
age-old problem, under the title
of "The Significance and Message [
of Purim to Our Generation." Dr.
Kaplan will conduct the services,
after which there will be a recep- j
tion sponsored by the Sisterhood j
for the entire congregation. Ham- I
antaschen will be served by the
hostesses.
The hostesses at last Friday eve-
ning's reception were Mrs. Law-
rence Sapero and Mrs. Isaac Wol-
kowsky.
The regular meeting of the board
of trustees of Temple Israel will
be held on Tuesday evening,
March 2nd, 1937, in the board room
of Temple Israel, at 8 o'clock. Ail
members arc urged to attend.
PURIM PARTY
o_-----_------------------------------------o
On Sunday afternoon at 3:30
the Religious School board of Tem-
ple Israel is sponsoring a Purim
party tendered to the children of
our school and to their parents. A
very merry program of entertain-
ment will be followed by a costume
ball for the children, and many val-
uable prizes will be given for the
best and most original costumes.
The children will receive haman-
taschen and other delicacies, as
well as noise makers, and we es-
pecially urge all of our Sunday
school pupils to be present at the
occasion. Admission is free. No
collections whatsoever will be
taken up. At 5 p. m. a Purim sup-
per for the children and their par-
ents will be served for 25 cents.
This supper will include a meat
course, vegetables, salad, tea and
cake. Dance music by a six-piece
orchestra will also be provided un-
der this same tariff.
We are very anxious to have all
of the children, as well as their
parents, and members of our con-
gregation at this affair, which is
given by our school board not for
any money making purposes, but
merely in order to create a more
intimate spirit and kindly relation,
ship between parent, teacher and
child. Reservations for the Purim
supper and dance may be made by
calling the Temple office, 2-7745.
The committee working to make
this affair possible is composed of
Mrs. Frank Perlman, Mrs. Morris
Plant, Mrs. Harry Nevins and Mrs.
Gordon Davis.
| RELIGIOUS SCHOOL I
-;_________________________________0
Services in the Religious school
assembly last Sunday morning were
conducted by Herbert Simon, and
the birthday of Herbert Fcibelman,
jr., was celebrated.
Youth Group DanceThe confir-
mation class and the post-confir-
mation class, which have recently
been organized into a club which
will serve as the nucleus of a
youth group, will run their first
Saturday evening social on March
6th, 1937. The dance will be given
by the young people of the two
classes in Kaplan hall at 9 p. m.
and the admission price will only
be 25 cents per person. Ticket's
may be obtained from any member
of the confirmation class or the
post-confirmation class, or from
the following members of the
dance committee: Richard Kobley,
Nathan Aronovitz, Teddy Plant,
Jane Bronner, Shirley Levy, Dor-
othy Ann Levin, Herbert Simon,
Florence Coret, Fred Bulbin, Ray-
mond Cowen.
The regular meeting of the Sis-
terhood of Temple Israel will take
place on Monday, March 1st, 1937,
at 2:30 p. m. in Kaplan hall. The
president of the Sisterhood, Mrs.
Jacob H. Kaplan, and the record-
ing secretary, Mrs. Henry D. Wil-
liams, both of whom had been dele-
gates to the New Orleans conven-
tion, will present reports of their
impressions of the now historical
gathering. A musical program will
also be presented, and a nomina-
tions committee will be appointed
for the purpose of slating the next
'year's officers. Since this meet-
' ing is of vital importance, every
member of the Sisterhood who is
actually interested in the contin-
uance of the Sisterhood and the
support of our Temple should be
present!. A board meeting of the
Sisterhood will precede the regular
meeting, and will be held at 1:30.
Zbar, Ted Wittner, Bobby Hersco-
witz, Lionel Elozory, Sorel Wolf-
son, Daniel Stone, Herbert Weiss,
Marvin Aronowitz, Ed Weissman,
Herbert Goldberg, Donald Swerd-
lin, Ruth Polick, Henry Finman,
Jack Dayan, Isaac Dayan, Rosalie
Abramowitz.
After the entertainment the La-
dies' Auxiliary will serve refresh-
Friday, February 26, 1037
ments at the vestry rooms of the
synagogue.
The Ladies' Auxiliary Sabbath
will be observed this Friday night
Mrs. Jacob Wittner will read a
few Psalms and prayers and Mrs.
I. Liebman will deliver the ser-
mon. The choir will sing special
numbers.

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Friday, February 26, 1937
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Seven
Jacksonville News
A beautiful event of the early
spring was the wedding of Rita
Zoslow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Zoslow, to Alex Falis, which
wat solemnized in the home of tho
bride Sunday afternoon in the pres-
ence of a large gathering of rela-
-iw and friends. The ceremony
was performed by Rabbi Morris D.
MargoliB of the Jacksonville Jew-
ish Center, assisted by Rabbi B.
of Orlando, uncle of the
bridegroom.
M r, Falis entered with his broth-
. Simon Falis, who served as best
man, followed by his parents, Mr.
.Mrs. If. Falis.
The bride was given in marriage
i parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Zoslow, and was attended by her
in-law, Mrs. Gus Zoslow of
M ami, matron of honor.
Mrs. D. Massell, Mrs. Henry Kra-
mer, Mrs. Louis Wolfson, Mrs. Da-
vid Cowan, Mrs. M. Bork, Mrs.
Harry Broida and Mrs. Sam Buch-
oltz.
The unusually large attendance
first thrift) luncheon spon-
sored by the child welfare com-
mittee of Senior Hadassah on
Wednesday promises that this In-
novation will be among the out-
standing events in the Hadassah
calendar for the year. The proceeds
derived from this affair go to sup-
ply well balanced nourishing meals
for the children of Palestine, from
the kinderegarten age, through the
high schools.
!'ln isc serving were Mrs. Ernest
Filton, Mrs. Sam Wolfson, Mrs.
Sam Kassewitz, Mrs. Martin Sack,
Relatives and friends were
gried to learn of the sudden
death of Miss Goldie Rubin, 27,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Rubin.
Miss Rubin contracted influenza
while in the west convalescing from
a recent illness and died Tuesday
night. The body arrived in Jack-
sonville from Chicago Friday morn-
ing, accompanied by the parents.
-Miss Rubin was a native of Jack-
sonville and received her education
in the local public schools. She
was graduated as a dental hygien-
ist from Columbia University and,
until her recent illness, served in
that capacity at the United States
Marine Hospital in Savannah, Ga.
She is survived by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rubin; a sister,
Mrs. Lee Chermak of Hartford,
Conn., and a brother, Raymond Ru-
bin of Washington, D. C.
The funeral was held Friday in
the Florida Funeral Home, Rabbi
Morris I). Margolis officiating. In-
terment was in the family plot in
the Jacksonville Jewish Center
Cemetery.
Roosevelt Hotel.
Mr. McRae spoke on conditions
in present day Germany. In con-
nection with his studies at Oxford,
he visited many European coun-
tries and spent considerable time
in Germany.
A regular business meeting fol-
lowed the address. Delegates to
a state conference at Orlando were
chosen and representatives to the
Goldsboro, N. C, convention se-
lected.
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Daytona Beach
Notes
William McRae, young local at-
torney and former Oxford student,
addressed members of the Jackson-
ville B'nai B'rith Lodge at a meet-
ing in the Florida Room of the
MIAMI REACH
A large card party crowd attend-
ed Sunday night at Temple Israel.
Mrs. Liebman and Miss Sadie Katz
were hostesses, assisted by Miss
; Sadie Eskin. The vestry rooms
| were attractively decorated with
periwinkle, ferns and hibiscus.
Lou Roey won the door award.
Prize- for high .chit went- to Mrs.
Lou Roey. .Mrs. J. I. Ziegler, II.
Farans, .Mrs. Louis E. Goldman,
Miss Fradie Herman of New Smyr-
na, Miss Ethel Nelson, .Mrs. Wil-
liam Sirkin, Mrs. A. Feldmun, Her-
man Allen, Mrs. Max J. Budethal.
Mrs. N. Golden, Mrs. Lillian G"-
shinsky, Mrs. Harry Pepper and
Mrs. R. Rubin and others. Con-
solation awards went to Mrs. Bes-
sie Gittleman, Miss Cinda Lee, Miss
Sadie Eskin and Mrs. G. Saross.
Mrs. Louis Ossinsky and Mrs.
William Sirkin will be hostesses at
the next public card party Sunday
. night at Temple Israel.
Ritter's Hotel
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Make Your Reservations Now for Passover
America's Brotherhood Day ob-
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Beach last week-end, ushered in
with radio broadcast services Fri-
day night by Rabbi Kleinfeld. His
subject was "Brotherhood and Tol-
erance." There will be another
broadcast this Friday night, Feb-
ruary 26th, from 8:30 until 9
o'clock, his topic being "Citizen-
ship and Judaism."
Mrs. Leo Rosenblum was guest
reviewer Tuesday night at the Y.
W. C. A. during regular Blue Tri-
angle Book Club meeting. Mrs.
Rosenblum was so popularly re-
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speak on another book in two
weeks. The public is invited.
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Page Eight
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, February 26, 1937
Society
Greyhound racea that thrill and
entertainment that is obtainable
only in the better night clubs and
theatrea have made the Biscayne
Kennel Club the peer of all dog
Hacks in Florida, and this policy
will continue through the remain-
der of the season. Frank .1. Brucn,
manager, has announced.
Eleven race.- nightly, two of
which are feature events in which
Hie track's best doga run, and mu-
sic by Paul Whiteman and his 80-
piece orchestra, arc offered night-
ly to fans who go to the conven-
iently located track, N. W. 115th
st., between Seventh and Second
eves.
That Miamiana and visitors ap-
preciate the efforts of the Biscayne
Kennel Club to offer only the fin-
.-t entertainment, both in dog rac-
ing and musically, has been proven
by the huge crowds that are at-
tending the 'rack nightly.
Since Paul Whiteman, the King
Of Jazz, opened last Saturday night,
capacity crowds every night have
packed both the grandstand and
the lawn.
In Paul Whiteman, Biscayne has i
MCUred the outstanding orchestra
leader in the country, and h>s baud
ha8n-t a p.-cr in the United States.
In addition he has three out-
standing vocal specialists, Linda
Lee, rhythm singer; Bob Lawrence,
handsome young baritone, and the
King's Men. a quartet composed oi
Ken Darby, bass; Bad Robinson
baritone; Bud Linn, first tenor, and
John Dodson, second tenor.
Every night during Whiteman b
limited engagement these artists
Will 1,. heard in special numbers.
accompanied V the finest orches-
tra in the country.
And the .log -aces have not been
overlooked in favor of the musical
entertainment Biscayne has the
finest group of young dogs in the
State and the veterans are still
performing a- well as in other
years, a suring that every one of
the nightly eleven racea will pro-
vide thrills.
Fans are urged to lake advan-
tage of this opportunity to hear
and .. Paul Whiteman and hia
orchestra, for he will he here for
only a short time, and will not ap-
pear i I iewhere in Florida.
To get to the track merely drive
out N. W. Seventh ave. or N. E.
Second ave. direct to the oval, or
take a bua from the rear of the
Venetian arcade.
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Chevrolet'a position in the auto-
mobile industry ia revealed in its
announcement of complete figures
for new ear registrations in the
United States in 1936, showing a
total of 030,250 new Chevrolet pas-
senger car- licensed in the country.
As compared with 1986, Chevro-
let -bowed a gain in passenger car
registrations of ^T:!,:>52, or 41.7 per
cent, over the 1935 total of 056,-
698, says the statement issued from
the office of W. E. Holler, vice-
president and general sales man-
ager.
A comparison with the industry
as a whole shows that of the 3,-
404,497 new cars registered in the
United State-, l!T.:i per cent- were
Chevrolets. The Chevrolet gain of
273,652 over the previous year was
more than double that of any other
manufacturer, and exceeds the com-
bined gains of the seven makers
ranking from second to eighth place
in registrations.
In truck registrations also,
Chevrolet held first place by 204,-
344 units, as compared with 107.-
129 for 1935. Chevrolet's lead in
trucks over the next highest man-
ufacturer was 27,100 units. The
total registrations for all makes of
trucks were 611,044, Chevrolet rep-
resenting more than one-third of
all the new units licensed.
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Welfare Bureau
(Continued from Page 1)
Beulah Simon; song, Mrs. Sadye
Resnick; dance, Mrs. S. Pepper and
Mrs. E. Friedman; song, Mrs. Leo
SDOnSOrS ShOW Huberman; song, Mrs. Evelyn Raff;
eccentric dance, Mrs. Ida Optner;
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The program includes: Opening
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A volume of an entirely differ-
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