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The Jewish Floridian ( March 5, 1937 )

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* 'Jewish IFIIondliiai in QSaEEm Tlhe Jtewiislh Unity Vol. 10—No. 10 MIAMI. II.OIUDA. I'KIII \V, MARCH 5, 1931 Price Five i ••mt THE WORLD'S WINDOW PARADOX By LUDWIG LEWISOHN Ladies Sponsor Annual Ball Children's Home Begins Drive Jewish News World Around the This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement will be prosecuted. on Je I, Henrietta S/ol of Florida. Last year 333 That ,. lu ucce ss of Zionism dohighest portion and our best inevening of entertainment in which children from broken homes, mpenda ,„,. v ,,„ tne efforts 0 f t!, e At 808 V w. Fourteenth st. a house of broad, pleasant porches Zionism Depends Only -; .a ious room ei as the eiving home for the southeastern division of the Children's Home heritance. God forbid that it should stars of radio, and re i Boswell recorded the converse ocked or destroyed by nun%  ,.., I. One rions of Dr. Johnson and Eckerderers or ruins or desert sands. Bat of the feature mann recorded the conversations of let it remain a path. Let the goal e nins wi only a he. Themselves men of ordishine radiantly at its end and still ancc n thia area of th talent, they wrote immortal recede, the nearer we seem to apdans* I tan Opera The art of conversation Ianproach if. Let the City of Gi any, Mildred Schneider, ': %  ies amid the heat and hurry and the Zion of our fulfillment be tin "A families and destitute wire welcomed by this Jews themselves wa ted by • ild, founder of Hai organization. The only a .:.. at ., twenty-fifth anniverized by the state of Flo ida • adopt children, the organization lacks ..ii institutionalized feeling. Misers inhappy Ii en find a second moi her in ration by the Palestine community of Hadassah's i hment. Fo lowing a broadcast on the Pali -tation voted t" the achievi m< nts of the of contemporary life, nor have we a mountain height of God to ; M !" Lean Mu "" organization of American Zionist bly a Goethe, though we have which we can raise our eye for I utly to appear in a film Jf ra ntative ir ought to have men of the Intelhelp and inspiration and coinage | has been with the Met'" '' ''.',"• fathering Agency il stature of SamuelJohnson. B s we tread the path. Only the r, Company for th wT'i i hall, at which tl rs included oi'.'an i a child-placing lay, March "th, marks the ...*•. v. .... • %  •. %  • campaign to raise $20,000 to conAt all events recorded conversa; rim reaches the hill of Zion by past seven yeai %  nerly was spontaneously spoken often IIknowing thai his beau is alread; of the Hippodrome luminates mentality and character there, though his feet may never a I npany. Eric Correa better than set discourse or writ• The busy, Intel 0 R will word. I want to record here a ful, worldly man runs and hustles j provide music for dancing. In fragment of conversation of Dr. and is upon a hilltop. When at last charge of arrangements are Meslimu to function adequately. The Stephen S. Wise, which I owe 'o be raises bis eyes it is not the hill I dames L. Kotkin, Abraham A. Kellattractive receiving cottage and the diaries of my wife. (In these „f Zion at all. It is a hill in a hell '" ''-an,! lack Hirsch as general coplayground built during this period er who directa the youth aliyan diaries there are also conversations j | R i, !is himself created and then chairmen, assisted by Mesdames ,, v t|u j un | or League are perma*' M **. the BOcial service of Jacob Wassermann and Thomas' SOU ght. Long, long ago he lost Nathan Adelman, Nat Blumberg, „,.„, evidences of its splendid sup'department of the Jewish Agency, Mann.) \ the way and abandoned the path Moses Pallet, H. Traeger, B. Chert,„„.,, po nted out in her closing remark. L'nited Stati Consul G( neral Ceo. Wadsworth, Menahem Ussishkin, lent of the Ji w i National Fund. I.eib Jaffe, director of tho i ne Foundation Fund, and Miss Szold. The veteran Zionist woman leadThe Wises were dining with Ml and knew it not. koff Max '^'ppapoit, J. Louis in Pavla It nraa the van* after ., I c Shochet and Messrs. Max ltappaiii laiis. it was tne year aitei Tnj mvst ca counsel of' ,. ... „ ,. .... • i. i !" k.it. f w TK,. wrotehfld ^ port, E. Albert Ballot and 11. M. and is with Eretz Yisrael the year, that all seven members of the original Hadassah executive are now 1802 the Children's Home Society ., c ... _, ,, I in Palestine She added: "As long ol Hui ida has increased the scope .... aI breathe I will repeat that ol Its wink, lodav when the home ... .,,, Zionism depends sobdy upon our :asked to accept a child a trained „ ... '. own work. All sections of the Ileaii;l experienced case worker first „ ... .. i bnw press devoted articles and editorials to the history of Hadassah on the occasion of its jubilee. world never to overcome us. But in our darkest hours we shall not; Tropical Park Opens Monday go through him and emanate from ^^ Rnd sunmloM Israel. Thus him as he turned to my wife who w( ghalJ ( .. ius( U)e obs t ac ics of the just made what appeared to an unduly pessimistic observation. "Thelma," he said, "don'tl£ £ no n y discomfited. This path forget one thing. Zionism mustn't g |ho th of Israol in this age. Opening the spring season ol and the age to come. This is the | horse racing in Florida. Tropical path of redemption for Israel and j Park will inaugurate the final meet Pittsburgh (WNS)—Social seCUrity for rabbi.was advocated by Mrs. Samuel Spiegel of New York tendent of the society, said, "Noth'" her presidential message to the ing can take the Place of a veal "-OnventlOn oi the Wonuns League mcceed in a worldly sense in our time. It mustn't, God forbid, fail. But we could not so consecratedly serve a cause that was not measurably in danger, measurably opposed by the world and the evil of the world and therefore the symbol of the triumph of goodness and If the effoit '" ,! "' ''"'''''' Synagogue, the first fiils the '" '" '"''' '" ( 'I H n '' nt of the parent body. Revealing that rabbis in England enjoy security for life, Mrs. Spiegel said that "if we left therefor,' in a given degree lor %  "" l""" „ \ j %  %  i i„ ;„ „, !" on h "" wil1 the finances of tl minion ..ftpi-noon March 8th. with an denominations ami is in turn en-1 m-mkind Therefore this path da> aictinoon, nnrcn owi, a.. agogue, there might be mo maiiMiiu. i ,.vti-iovdiiiaiv card of rac nir "uardorse, and supported by the t at'iwhich is our goa and the treading oxti aoidinaij taiu oi >•-*> -"•" ',u na _„, %  reverence for the teachings wniin ia ou. t, uii anteed to irive lovers of the sport ohc, the Protestant chinches and • Of which ,s its own reward hall "^"^^SEl can present. Jewish synagogues. The campaign ->"-—'The I -nted not and cannot be lost except annd the best tttMW m 1 ^ ^^ ^ h t „ asS( ll a so,,a security UIII.. nn ,V.i,.h stnndR the heavI'lspilt pieuuiions oi in.my i u nension law. How munv home for a chili to preserve the honi, child is welcomed and cared for until a comfortable worthy "fo8t t home" is found. i.i !„,.:„ d,. more time to the rabbi for spiritual ( ompletcly non-sectarian, the, • •, ,,.„„ „. ,1, leadership instead of burdening home receives needy children ot all ,.,..., „ jhim with the finances of the synmore true ings which States the hills on which stands the heav justice. Will it still be that in the e citVi the 2ion we shall never ? Are days of its worldly success we not happiest in our service who labor now? No, a successful cause could never so wholly be my cause. All our heart and strength are with •t now. But let us fear complete success. Let us be grateful for the privilege of working now." He had spontaneously uttered and given expression to one of the crucial paradoxes of the moral life. It is upon these paradoxes that faith is built; it is from a knowledge of these paradoxes that insight is drawn. He who lives by these paradoxes is the prophetic soul, forever divided from the perishable cunning of the worldly. Success corrupts. Power corrupts. A complete attainment of ends corrupts. A cause should always have this quality of an ideal, that its complete accomplishment is unattainable. Else it will reach that measure of fruition that is too near the fall season which opel !" i_ i i •.. i .v ii ,..:K„,:„„ ; and old age pension law. How many .•ned Tropchurch pulpits and the distribution • •"" reach unless upon the path we tread we have already reached it in our hearts. This is what S. S. W. meant This is what !" *J r ^ ^ „ thc unusual in the nome means by saying that we can leach attendance and the reZion only by the way of Zion Thr |. I ^ ^ from another angle is the centri do the work be loves and which he For active service during the' drive Mr. Hoffman has announced h b<, '" t, alne 1 fo1 the following committee chairmen: idea of Franz Werfel's Etenial • T Vark ^ ft |B r j^, Boi ton> MtM g|ft> dM New York (WNS)—Objecting to Road." All high men of all ages taUon of thl t ,. u k man io n; Rev. George I. Hiller, church a union contract that calls for Rosh J^SS" Ugement that the spring season, division; Dr. A. W. Ziebold, chairHashanah and Yon, Kippur hoi.of this myswhkh next Monday and nmn> and Miss Louigc Bouligny| days for his Jewish employes, Josecretary, publicity division; Mrs-.'seph Lang, owner of the I.ang J. l). McKenney and Mrs. H. 0. News Company on Long Isand, and Jones, co-chairmen, women's divihimself a Jew, has fired three of %  ion; Mrs. Harry Hector, transporbis Jewish employes. The dismisedge of this secret and tery and have therefore been to ^ ^.^ ^^ the wonder of the woildly, bap^ ^ m ev(?n beUer ^ pier and serener than the men_ of ] o{ ^ ^^ tho ,. OUKnbmls the market places with their MB j ^ ^ UMmh hav(j bcon mtmd purses and rotund paunches, their ^ ^ ^ park ^^ ^ in goals reached, their ends accom; ^^ rf ^ ^^ ^ ^ m p,ishcd, their success won, then j ^^ souls dead. The mystery is ex%  Thc Dunn Bus ^..^ pl ovides pressed in Torah an, Talmud, in ^^^ tr ansporUtion service to law and legend and again an Troica Park buses le „ v ing every again, as in the familiar lines of j ^ ^^ fn)m thp y ,,, p|rgt Browning, by the high poets of all ^ entrance of the Venetian Ar(Continued on Page 4) cade. tation committee; Grover C. Zar-sals resulted in a strike called by ing, out-of-town corporations divithe Bookkeepers'. Stenographers' -ion; I.. P. Ireland, wholesale diviand Accountants' Union, A. F. of ion; .1. I). Hall, employees' divi' L., and pleas from the Jewish emsionj W. Roger Herndon, office ployes to Jewish organizations to buildings division; Mrs. F. C. bring pressure to bear on Mr. Lang. Hi, key. South Broward county diI.ang has announced his intention vision, and Mrs. P. A. Stranahan, I of replacing the Jewish workers North Broward county division. with Christians. I i i i r d V t o e e n in d d e II s e s n r n le J



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-I.' WO THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN The regular meeting of the Sen-1 lor Council of Jewish Women at its | meeting last Wednesday appoint-1 I cil a nominating committee to rec^ ommend officers for the coming year. Mrs. Samuel Bearman chairman of the committee, which ^ includet Mesdames Harry Marcus, > -^? Maurice Jacobs, Morris Oublcr and Mjneha Jake Brown. A peace program was' pi ented under the auspices of the peace committee, of which Mrs. Hai i y Barnhardt is chairman. The Marionette unit of the Federal Theatre, directed by Malka Reich, pre. Bented ''At the Crossroads," written by Harry liarnhard. services at lowed by Shalosh Maariv, 5 o'clock, folSaudah and At Jlic late Friday evening services at Beth David Synagogue Kabbi Max Shapiro will preach on "My Ten Fears in the Rabbinate" Cantor Louis Haymun, assisted by Reth David Choir, will chant the services. Saturday morning at 10:30 the Junior Congregation will hold servicewith Howard Schwartz officiating. The public is invited to attend. Cantor Samuel Vigoda of New York City will be guest cantor at services in Beth Jacob Congregation next Friday, March 12th, Saturday and Sunday. Cantor Vigoda is internationally known and conducted services to a crowded synagogue here last year. Full details will appear in our next issue. At the late Friday evening services in the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation tonight, Rabbi Kellocr will preach on the portion of the week. The usual congregational singing and chanting will be enjoyed. Saturday morning servi .ill begin at '.I o'clock with the ry Warshavsky, Daniel Bremen, Arthur Willinger, Leonard Tobin, Stanley Blackmail. Avery Gordon, Irving Kramer. Jack Minter, Hyman Koch and Justin and Avis Caminez. Tau Epsilon members attending the university on transfer from other colleges and universities are Jerome Weinklc, Albert Span. Maurice Orovitz and Maynard Abrams. Friday, March 5, 1937 mers. No extra charge will be made the customers, who are urged to advise their route drivers of their Passover requirements. Milk, cream, cottage cheese, butter and -our cream will be specially prepared and bottled with distinctive labels bearing the rabbi's signature on each bottle or package. Mr. and Mrs. J.. Jacobs have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Yivienne Jacobs, to Mr. Bernard Katz, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Katz. The wedding will take place at the home of the brideelect's parents on November 21st. Miss Jacobs is very active in Junior Ilaelassah work and is sponsor E. GORDON Jewish Rituals V ice-President CARTEB .V WIXSOM, Inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS .->! I \\. Flagler St. Rhone 2-8421 Residence Phone 2-1398 KI LUSIVE ROOMB FOR JEWISH CASES Mr. E. C. Fogg, Jr., president of the' Land o 1 Sun Dairy at Miami Beach, announces that all of its customers will be provided with strictly kosher Passover dairy products, in accordance with its custom since its inception. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be in charge ;if the preparation and bottl IIK of all products and will have associated with him Kabbi David Clein e>f the Beth Jacob Syna gogue of .Miami Beach. A mashgiach named by the rabbi.will be in residence at the dairy, where the milk will be bottled and at the where' the butler and cheese will be prepared. Distinctive packam" bearing the rabbis' signatures will i.lentil'-, each package or bottle' delivered to the customer. Mr. Fogg was the first dairy head in this area to realize' the desirability "f providing observant Jew • • with their Passover dairy needs. The regular open meeting of the Milk, sweet and sour cream, butpublic speaking class of the' Senior ter and cheese will be prepared Council of Jewish Women will be MISS MILDRED SCHNEIDER Premier Hanseuse who will appear al the sixth annual hall of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Sunday night. The public speaking class of the Senior Council of Jewish Women will meet' this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the with Mrs. I. to the Tri Beta Sorority, a group The Miami chapter, National' ,f >' oun e Jewish girls. Mrs. Katz Council of Jewish Juniors, will hold w graduated from Miami High another of its fireside discussion slh,ml i "" 1 attended the University groups Wednesday night, March "' > %  10th. at the Beth David Talmud Torah. The topic of discussion will be "Jews as Nobel Prize Winners." The meeting will be conducted by Miss Evelyn Auslander. These discussions have proven to be very popular, and have been very well attendeel by both dub members and utsiders. Junior Council extends Miss Dorothy Resnik, Chelsea, .Mass., a guest of the Hotel Evans, was honored today by a cocktail party in the bar and grillroom of the Evans In celebration of her birthday. Among those who attended the party were Mrs. A. Hirschfield of Chelsea, Miss Sylvia Stein of Long Island City, the a hearty welcome to all who would Misses Lenkowsky and the Misses Kornhauser; Messrs. Jack Saul, Rosenfeld, Leon Cohen, William care to join them at these' discussions. The members of the Junior CounFriedman, Nathan Wedner, Joseph cil at this time would like to call' Lindenfeld and Ted Kaufman. MuMayflower Hotel. „„ a || their friends to hold Sunday B c w furnished by the ContinenM. Weinstein in nifrht*, April 4th, open, as they are '•' li Trio, harge. She will speak on "The planning a novelty dance for that iman's Religion." impromptu night that will be an event well speaking by members of the class worth attending. Airs. George v. II t'.db,w with subjects given atjchertkof is in charge of the nan..' random. All are invited to attend, committee. \Y it bout extra charge Hotel Astor Washington at 10th St. MIAMI BEACH 70 rooms, each with bath; radio in every room; steam heated; spacious lobby, enclosed sun parlor, beautiful '. free solarium. D. ROSNER tier and Operator < antoi Boris Schlachman will i present many noted artists in his fifth annual concert on Sunday evening, March 14th, beginning at 8:30 o'clock at the Miami Beach j Elementary School auditorium at Fourteenth st. and Washington ave. 'This concert will feature a program of vocal and instrumental seections and will include popular English and Yiddish numbers, as wedl as folk soni;s and liturgical selections. Full details will appear in our next issue. to the custoheld next Friday. March 12th, at %  J o'clock at the' Mayflower Hotel. when Mrs. Harry MarCUG will speak on "Sigmund Freud, His Life and Works"; Rabbi Colman Zwitman on "Jewish Achievements in the Field of Music," illustrated by violin selections by Mrs. Daniel Cromer and vocal selections by Mr-. I.e'onard Rosette, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Frieda Miller Kobn. Mrs. Michael Leishon will speak em "Outstanding Jewish As usual, the .Miami Home Milk Producers Association will provide it many Jewish customers in this area with strictly Kosher Passover dairy product-. Kabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation la in full 'barge to assure that every requirement of Jewish laws in coniieet i on with Passover is thoroughly observed. A mashgiach named by Kabbi Kellner will reside at one of the association's dairies during the entire week of Passover. The Miami Home Milk Producers A elation is the first company in this M. L MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-1061 Women in History." is invited to attend. The public area '" l '' k '' '" %  "'' "'' ,m religious DR. EDWIN J. COHEN CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN Announces the Opening of His Office at 1501 c ingress Building .MIAMI. FLORIDA %  Your Reservations N< for (he E'ASSOVER HOLIDAY at ; "The Skyscraper Hotel on the Ocean" Ocean Drive al Twelfth and Thirteenth Streets STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE Where TTDD? ")W3 Is a K.alil, PASSOVER MEALS SERVED TO THE PUBLIC The Tides Hotel at Ocean Drive, between Twelfth anil Thirteenth ts.. announces that it will remain open for the' Passover holidays and will provide its famous strictly kosher cuisine for their guests and because of a popular demand will open its doors for the serving of meals to the general public. Operating this beautiful skyscraper hotel arc .Messrs. Cohen and Ginsburg of the' Lorraine Hotel at Atlantic City and Mr. M. Grundwerg H New Voii. %  \ lanti of whom are well I Jewish WO : Po Iheii law I %  .. %  : • n ; ;'i i for th n. Mortim • \ psilon Phi, of Miai 'lily. Tan Phi, will take place' in cerelarch 2 ual nitiation in t >i %  afternoon will be followed by a banquet tifti which the' newmembers will %  i ol hon >r at a danci by the Miami Alumni Club and Tan Alpha chapter if the University of Florida. The Miami chapter will be known as Tau Xi. The future members of the new national are Milton Wasman, Henrequirements of it manv cuxto ~7+>AV£NUt JrN.W.7' h Av.u*l*ST.Phon*2-SMI Sun.-Mon.. March 7-8 I-'red Astaire—Ginger Rogers Edward Everett Horton Erik Rhodes—Erie Blore TOP HAT Handbags genuine calf leather! 3 9 8 An adorable new style thai will go everywhere with smarl reHort outfits! White. II OOR Burdine's



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Friday, March 6; 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three 1 wJemsti IFIaridlB&in KLOSUDA S ONLY twist) WfcEiLY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUIILISHING CO. P. O. Box 2f"3 Newa Tuwer BliU. Miami, Flor' li. Phone 2-5304 EDITORIAL OIVICES: 621 S. W. Fifteenth Avenue Phone 2-11*3 J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation MnnuKcr BERNARD MORCENSTERN Field Repraaantatlvc Entered as second clnsa mutter July 4. l'.iJO. at the Pont Office at Miami. Florida, under the Act ol March 3. 1879. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative ORLANDO MRS. B. J. COHEN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLBB Representative Six Montiis.. One Year SUBSCRIPTION ..11.00 $2.00 FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1937 Vol. 10—No. 10 are cordially invited to drag your frames up to the Y. M. H. A. clubrooms Sunday, March 14th, and testyour popularity with the girls. Excellent swing music is promised by Chairman Shirley Rosenthal and her committee, Ruthye Bernstein, Mildred Rubin, Izzy Mayerowitz, Alvin Chain, Gertrude Shaft' and Evelyn Marks. Girl stags are particularly invited to attend and get even, as if two wrongs would make a right. The good news is that only 20 cents will admit the girls and 30 cents for the boys. The Jacksonville Chapter No. 272 of the A. Z. A. Junior B'nai B'rith was officially installed last Sunday in the Jacksonville Jewish Centeu. .Maier Triet, supreme advisory council representative from Charleston, S. C, was installing officer. The Savannah chapter conducted the ceremonies. Representatives from the Charleston and Augusta chapters attended. Immediately following the installation, those conducting the ceremonies initiated the local chapter into the national group. The local members installed were Clarence Ghelerter, president; Eatl Goldstein, vice-president; Meyer Leibovitz, secretary; Julius Fletcher, treasurer; Jack Blattner, sergeant-at-arms; Rubin I lay an. chaplain. A capacity crowd attended the boxing smoker, which was held at the "Y" clubrooms last Wednesday under the chairmanship of Nat Blumberg. Participants were Harold Levinson, Abe Berkowitz, Milton Wein.Miss Mollye Schemer, whose traub, Stanley Weintraub, Sam Ba-; marriage to Jack Silverman will be danes, Bernie Serkin, Joe Rownin, | an event of the early spring, was Harold Cohen, and a free-for-all j entertained Wednesday night with with six Shvartzes pummeling a crystal and china shower, given away at one another concluded the by Mrs. Sam Carlton, Miss Miriam program. Carlton and Mrs. Sam Datz in the Plans are being formulated by Roosevelt Hotel. The hostesses reJews and Their Newspapers February has been set aside as out the world. Our press is the Catholic Press Month, and a campaign is now being conducted throughout the country to increase the influence and further the aims of the Catholic press. The sincerity with which this campaign is being conducted is indicated in the high quotas set by Catholic newspapers. The only Catholic daily printed in English, the Catholic Daily Tribune, has mailed 30,000 pamphlets and letters to clergymen throughout the country, and the Catholic Courier of Rochester, N. Y., seeks 15,000 new subscribers. According to the News Service of the National Conference of Jews and Christians, the importance attached by Catholics to their press is evident from the words of Pope Piux XI, who told a group of editors: "You are my voice. I do not say that you represent my voice, but thatyou are my voice, for few indeed would be the number of the children of the Common Father who could know my wishes and my thoughts without the aid of the Catholic press." On another occasion the holy father remarked: "In vain will you found missions and build schools, if you are not able to wield the offensive and defensive weapons of a loyal Catholic press." Catholic Press Month offers evidence of a commendable sense of loyalty on the part of Catholics to their press from which Jews can and should, but do not, learn. The Jewish press is of most vital concern to the Jewish people. It is not only the mouthpiece of our communities, but is the sole medium of bringing to our people here the news of their kinsmen throughExecutive Director Boris Schlaehman to conduct a table tennis (otherwise known as ping pong) and pool tournament. Come up and show your willingness l<> participate. most impoitant link that binds Israel into a single indissoluble community. Without itthe hunger for information relative to the status of our brethren and the progress of Jewish achievement would remain unsatisfied. In a world crisis like the present, the Jewish press on many occasions serves as the defensive weapon against new and recurrent outbursts of anti-Semitism. It records and chronicles the accomplishments of Jews, and keeps them informed regarding the creative achievements of our people. The Jewish press should rank first among the agencies and institutions that are encouraged and supported by our people. Both subscribers and advertisers are obligated to offer their co-operation towards the upkeep of the Jewish periodical service. Jewish readers have much to learn from their Catholic neighbors for whom the literary and informative services of their church are of prime importance in their activities and life as Catholics. For Jews the deep obligation ought to be doubly pressing by virtue of the deep tragedies which demand our increased interest in Jewish affairs. Perhaps the idea of a Jewish Press Month, patterned after the Catholic plan, would help advance the cause of the Jewish periodicals and newspapers. In the meantime, however, Jews ought to show their interest and concern voluntarily and whole-heartedly, without waiting to be prompted into action in behalf of their press.—Detroit Jewish Chronicle, February 20, 1937. Jacksonville News The Mu Omega Tau Sorority entertained at the home of Miss Harriet Jacobson Thursday night with a cocktail party given in honor of the recently initiated pledges. The club colors, orchid and silver, were used to advantage in the decoration of several rooms. An impromptu program was presented, which included delightful comedy skits by George Stone and Misses Marie Brownstein, Carol Weil and Elinor Hollins. ceived their guests in the beautiful Franklin Room. A cordial invitation is being extended to friends of the Witten family to attend a reception which will be given by Mr. and Mrs. Morris II. Witten in their home between the hours of 4 and fi o'clock on Sunday, March 7th, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Barney S. Witten, who will have returned from their wedding trip at that time. Tampa Notes Miss Eve Marans, who has spent the past six months with her aunt, Mrs. L. Vangilder, and family, has returned to her home in Hackensack, N. J. will be announced in the next issue of The Jewish Floridian. Mr. Griff, who directs the "Y" orchestra, reports that the orchestra is developing nicely. All who play either string or wind instruments are invited to attend the rehearsals held atthe "Y" every Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Jewish News Around the World Anti-Semitic Minister Leads Fight on Supremo Court Reform Washington, D. C. (WNS)—The Rev. Gerald B. Winrod, outspoken anti-Semite, editor of the Defender, Wichita, Kan., anti-Jewish sheet, and a close friend and spokesman for Julius Streicher, is responsible for the flood of blue, pink and green slips against the president's supreme court reform plan which have poured in on members of congress, it was revealed here by Representatives John J. O'Connor of New York, Maury Maverick of Texas and Henry G. Teigan of Minnesota. The slips intimate that supporters of the supreme court reform plan are anti-Christian and communistic. An investigation of Rev. Winrod's activities is being considered. The Temple Sisterhood held its March meeting Tuesday in the Temple Home, beginning with the literature class under the leadership of Mrs. Roy Benjamin. The general subject for the year is "Jewish Contributions to Contemporary Literature," and Mrs. Benjamin's subject was "Jewish Contributions to Contemporary Drama." Following this a luncheon and meeting took place and the reports from the Tri-State convention at Birmingham were given. Those attending the convention were Mrs. Leonard 11. Grunthal, Mrs. L. P. Lippman, Mrs. Ben David and Miss Ray Halle. Mrs. Ben Haimovitz returned to Tampa after visiting in New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Leibovitz announce the engagement of their daughter, Miriam, to Jack Hirsch, son of Benjamin Hirsch of Atlanta. The wedding will take place in June. It is interesting to Miamians that on two separate occasions in the past several years when Winrod appeared in Miami his work was condemned by public officials and nonJewish citizens, and Winrod immediately left Miami. Five Out of Eight Bermuda Hotels Announce Jews Are Barred New York (WNS)—Virtually all hotels in Bermuda, British owned island resort in the Carribean Sea now enforce the Aryan law, it was revealed here when the Bermuda Hotels, Inc., agents for the Princess, Coral Island, Belmont Manor and Inverurie hotels, announced that Jews will not be admitted any longer. Jews are also barred at the Elbow Beach Hotel. Hotels to which Jews are admitted are the Bermuda Hamilton, the St. George gagement of their daughter, Rean<1 the Bermudania. A spokesman velle. to Irving Allen Agel of Clare. for the Bermuda Hotels, Inc., reMr. and Mrs. Arthur Jacobson of St. Petersburg announce the enmont, N. .1. Miami Y. M. H. A. Notes By HARRY SCHWARTZ The Young Women's Hebrew Association will present a competitive vaudeville and dance, to be held March 21st at Kaplan Hall. Every Jewish organization in the Greater Miami area has been invited to participate. Chairman Josephine Kolman would like each club to present a vaudeville act, such as dance numbers, songs and short skits. This will be the first time any such competition has been presented to the Greater Miami public. Prominent judges will preside to select the best act, which will be awarded a handsome grand prize. Please let Miss Kolman know your desire to participate within the next ten days by writing her in care of the Y. M. H. A., 1507 S. W. Fifth st., or by phoning 2-042<>. To date the following organizations have accepted the invitation: The Onyx Club, Miss Ruthye Bernstein, president; Sioga Fraternity, Hymen Rubin, Y. M. The celebration of the fourteenth anniversary of the Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society and Home for the Aged will be held at 7:30 o'clock Sunday, March 7th, in the auditorium of the Jacksonville Jewish Center. The committee, headed by Mrs. Pete Haimowitz, Mrs. G. I-cvine and Mrs. Abe Selber, co-chairmen, had a meeting last evening in the home of Mrs. II. Rosenzvaig. The following were present-: Mrs. J. Shapiro, Mrs. 11. Yoffee, Mrs. J. T. Wilensky, Mrs. A. Nabin, Mrs. G. Levine. Mrs. S. I.. Blattner, Mrs. Pete Haimowitz, Mrs. Sam Bryan, Mrs. M. Stein, Mrs. 11. Talisman and Mrs. II. Rosenzvaig. Mr. Abe Simon of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., is visiting his sisters, Ruth Simon and Mrs. Isador Wohl. A birthday dinner party was given for Mrs. Louis Schonbrun at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Haliezer, on Sunday, February 21 st. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schonbrun, Mrs. Morgenstern of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schonbrun and baby. Joyce. The Purim dance conducted by the Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation Kodoph Sholom at the Tampa Yacht and Country Club on Maren 2nd was very successful. Mrs. A. M. Wolfson was general chairman. The Junior Daughters of Israel held another Saturday night dance in the Jacksonville Jewish Center, Third and Silver sts. The dance II. A., Al Rosenfeld, Junior "Y," I wag k no wn as a punch bowl dance. Sam Badanes, Miami Jewish OrthThe S p el .i a | committee for the odox Congregation, II. M. Drcvich, 1 ( | am 0 ,. ons j s t e ,l 0 f Miss Thelma Junior Hadassah, Mrs. Mu'" r y ; Seigal, Miss Sylvia Peltz, Miss Lib. Grossman and the Junior League, %  iy i, av j Si |f| u R u th Davis, Miss Miss Ray Shochet. A maximum of > R()si Moscovitz, Miss Tessie Portten minutes will be allotted each I noy) Mjss Evelyn Silverman. Miss group participating. fused to give reasons for the new anti-Jewish policy, but said it had been developing for some time and was now in effect as a complete ban. The New York agents will be assigned to the task of determining whether a prospective patron is a Jew. "I suppose it is the privilege of any hotel outside the United States to formulate its own policy," he said and was on the point of discussing similar practices in the United States when he thought better of it. Y. M. H. A. NOTES Nixl Sunday evening at 9 o'clock Clyde Schuster and his "Silver Kings" will again furnish the music for the dance to be held in the auditorium. In order to meet the budgetary requirements of young persons with limited allowances, twentyfive cents admission will be charged. The Merry Fellows Club has made arrangements to attend. Miss Gertrude Michael is busy The World's Window (Continued from Page 1) peoples: That low man seeks a little thing to do, Sees it and does it-; This high man, with a great thing to pursue, Dies ere he knows it. That low man goes on adding one to one, His hundred's soon hit; This high man, aiming at a million, Misses an unit. „ „ iNatalie Shor and Miss Edith Weiss. ; getting her cast together for the (Copyright, 1937. bv Seven Art* You potential Robert Taylors I _,, j. ._ _,_ ml 3 %  all-ladies minstrel show. The date Feature Syndicate)



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ttgo Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, March 6, 1937 BULLETIN TEMPLE iSRAEI. Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN 6996 Albacore Drive Miami Beach 5-987f> RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 630 N. E. 31st St. Miami 2-9548 Une or both of tl>" Kabbia 'will be at the Temple every morning throughout the year. CONGREGATIONAL The oci upant of Temple 1 raej pulpit this Friday evening, Marci 1937, ill be Mr. Herbert it 1-ViU Iman, who will Bpeak on timely subject, dealing witl "Washington: Concepts of thi i ion in His Day ami in lurs.* Mr. Feibelman has for a loni{ been intei ested in re earc I i | bi annals of Ami an He lias contributed articles to outstanding law journal! and current periodicals, and his u i is of timely imI in. and of human interi American citizen. Mr. Feibelman'a address wa I with m last monthB'nai B'rith meeting, and his expert acquaintance with his subject will furnish his audience with a clearer insight on the i mt the supreme court and the com titution. Dr. Ki plan and Rabbi Zwitman ervicea and a re,n for thi i ntire con-!, will be sponsored by the Temple erhood. Viaitora are cordially ted. Next Friday evening, March 12, 1937, an event which the entire Jewish community has been awaiting will take place at the services. Dr. Nissan Touroff, one of the outstandii %  .• ; IJ cholo) iata in Amerii a, and noted authority on Hebrew lit. erature and Jewish education, will ire on "Nationalist Psychology: Normal and Abnormal." Dr. Touroff haa been the dean of the Jewish Institute of Religion in New York, of which Rabbi Zwitman is a graduate, and his only public address this season will be I n at the Temple. The entire Jewish community is Invited to this spiritual neat next Friday evening. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL .3 -O Last Sunday afternoon at 8:80 n delightful Purim celebration took place at Kaplan Hall, in which the children of our Religloua school and their parents participated. A tuneful operetta was presented by Marion /.uckerman, Morton Diem i, Daniel Schachter and Marion Weil of the Normandy school, and Purim selectiona were presented by Dorothy Aim Levin, Norman Rossman V Serving V "Florida's Finest American-Jewish Dinner" ST. REGIS RESTAURANT 446 COLLIN/ AVE. MIAMI DUCH and Shirley Levy. A costume parade in which more than fifty children participated was judged by Samuel Kat/.. Mrs. M. I.. Maiinand Mrs. Herbert Simon. Prizes were given for tile best and most it inal costumes. Due to the splendid efforl Mis. Frank A. Perlman, chairman, and Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs. Harry Kevins, Mrs. Gordon Davis. Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Herbert Simon, Mrs. Samuel Merson, Mrs. Samuel III. Mrs. Louifl Friedman, a most delicious Purim supper was Berved and enjoyed by all after the program. in the Sunday morning assembly i i vices were conducted by Mil1 ct nt Koth on the occasion of her Bixteenth birthday, and a Purim playlet was presented by the kindergarten class. and Mr Silas Rosenthal, was apointed for the purpose of slating the office) fai the ensuing year. 3 YOl'TH GROIT DANCE %  o _.o The Bocial and dance to be given by the Youth Group Of Temple Israel has been postponed to the 13th of March because of conflicting : high Bchool affair on the former date. On Saturday evening, March 1 13th, at '.' o'clock, the dance will %  .en at Kaplan Hall, and all the young people of the community are invited to attend. Admission is only 25c per person and tickets may be secured from any member of the confirmation or the postconfirmation class of Temple Israel. The committee for the dance consists of Richard Kobley, Herbert Simon, Nathan Aronovitz, Theresa Berlin, Shirley Levy. Dorothy Ann Levin, Florence Coret, Jane Bron. 1 lorot hy Morri Eileen Fr edman, l n d Bulbin and Natalea SiI day as co-stars team in their musical picture romance, "Top Hat," which features a score of lyrics and melodicby Irving Berlin. The "Plccollno" is one of the six numbers written by Irving Berlin for -Top Hat." The others are "No Strings," "Cheek to Cheek," "Get Thee Behind Me, Satan," "Top Hat" and "Isn't This a Lovely Day." The featured cast with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers includes Edward Everett Horton, Helen Broderick, Erik Rhodes and Eric Blore. In -Top Hat" Astaire and Ginger are the principals of a gay romance which unfolds in London and climaxes at the colorful European resort, the Lido. They introduce the new dance "Piccolino." BOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since 1919 Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 26th St. Phont 2-S705 SISTERHOOD At the regular meeting of our] Sisterhood two reports by Mrs. J. li. Kaplan and Mrs. Henry Williams, on the Sisterhood convention in New Orleans, were featured. Mrs. Tobias Simon, program chairman, also presented on her program several musical selections rendered by Mrs. Bertram Raff. A nominating committee, con| sisting of Mrs. Max Dobrin, chairman; Mrs. Frank Perlman, Mrs. Herbert Simon. Mrs. I.ouis Strauss at the loytes^ Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers %  i the screen of the Seventh Avenue Theatre Sunday and MonI)R. It. S. AKERS DENTIST 17(11 N. W. 3th St Closed Saturdays. I'h. 2-2131 While Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP 2lll N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortcz Hotel 1208 S. W. EIGHTH ST. PHONE 2-4546 The Beat In Groceries, Meats. Fruits and Vegetables GREYHOUND LINES FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION L r Ijlft ; ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM II. O'LOxA GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH 515 Washington Avenue YOU MAY ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS DAIRY PRODUCTS raifmura Strictly Kosher lor Passover Under the Supervision of RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER Of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and RABBI DAVID CLEIN Associated With Heih Jacob Congregation Miami Beach Rich Fresh Milk %  Sweet Butter Sweet Cream Sour Cream AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICE Notify Our Route .Man or Phone Us %  W VI liK/M MIAMI BEACRFLA. PHONE 5-5537 i i w PITT V HHMH i aii i imiiii aii i ii i iii Kiiiia iTr i m rrn H TO III H TI T Enjoy Pleasant Afternoons TROPICAL PARK Watching: America's Finest Thoroughbreds SENSATIONAL SPRING MEETING RUNS THROUGH APRIL 3 klGHT RACES f/ EVERYDAY g 1:45 P.M. I POST Grandstand $1.00 Clu h h r?,! ;,*£••* Miami's FHetMv Race Course IUMUIIUT;;



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Fl .,l;,y, March 5, 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five Engler, Mrs. E. Max Goldstein, Mrs. Harry Korotzsky, Mrs. Maurice Jacobs, Mrs. M. Marcus, Mrs. Fabian and Mrs. Ethel Herzog. The musical and card party will Society '" w ,. .... „„„ be e ' Hill J i itu i'U***..* -* n an important business meetJRosenste.n, Mrs. Victor Ketay, Mrs. Tuesday evening, March 9th, WlUtoa. Miler, Mrs. Row Parber, a, Beth David Talmud Torah hall, all o Brooklyn; also Mrs. Frances Feinberg of Jamaica, L. I., Mis. H. B. Goldberg of the Golfmore, Grand Beach, Mich.; Miss Bee Rubey of Chicago and Mrs. T. D. Hershman and Mr. George Miller of Miami. FOR HALF A CENTURY, UNSURPASSED IN KASnRUTH AND All members are urged to attend, as reports of the recent statewide confen nee held in Orlando will be discussed. Beginning Mar -h Sth, all collec-, t, of internal revet %  offices will be i pen on March Sth, 9th and 10th until H p. m.; on the lit 1 '. 12th and intil 7 p. in., and on the 15th until midnight. Taxpayers are urged to file their returns as night the l.na:s "V'" promptly as possible. futurity will be run. ims will bring Straw Stack, Will bring Straw •-"" %  "; | .... ivTI A r, has announced the following | patronesses: Mrs. Joseph William| •on, Mrs. J. Goodkowsky, Mrs. Sol ( Rot fort, Mrs. G. Berlin, Mrs. J. ; YOUR DELICATESSEN La r.ora COLLINS AVE. AT THIRTEENTH Where vour 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 8pl.l FridW NIsW DIM..I Svrd in the Main Dinin, Koom Special Low Hates for Passover Week For Reservations Phone 5-3671 Kosher Zion Sausage Co., Inc. Thirty-Seventh St. and Normal Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. ONLY TWO xMORE NIGHTS DOG RACING £9O^ at !" ^^i/utitts ,hr| o d ,, "' i Sr£r5SSrtSaS?a "o,., (Kan BcminolM have raptured : n d k !, K eoUrlion ot "'"', %  "* "orodlle.. Hundred, of rare tropical plant.. Alligator Wrestling Hourly Thru the Da \ 25c ADM. Inc.uilrs Everything 5TH AVENUE AT 16TH STREET HTM I FOR YOUR OWN SAKE Buy at SCHUBERTH'S Fish and Oyster Co. S. W. CORNER Your Choice of FRESH SEA FOODS Wholesale and Retail "LOW PRICES" FLAGLER ST. BRIDGE AND MIAMI RIVER



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Page Six THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN Friday, March 5, 1937 I Society Mrs. Samuel Gurss of Miami Beach entertained at Louis' Patio Grill last' week in honor of her sis. tor, Mrs. R. J. Bergeron of Chicago. Among those attending were Mcsdames J. Price, Morris Bernow, Morris Spitalny, Harvey Drucker and IReiss of Cleveland, D. Friedman of Youngstown, Mr?. I. Wcinstein, R. Neufeld, M. Plant, Jules Perlman, Lewis Brown. I. Newman. Paul -Marks. M. Krongold, E. Cluck, Benjamin I.eVine, II. Fisher, Sain I.avine, J. Mannheimer, H. Magid, .1. Greenberg, E. Stone, Maurice Jacobs and Louis Zeientz. Mr. and Mrs. Moses Ballot of this city announce the engagement of their daughter, Natalie Sylvia, to Mr. Samuel Goldstein of Allentown. I'a., the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Goldstein of that city. Mi Pallot is a popular member of the younger Jewish set of this area, being associated with the work of the Junior Hadassah, the Junior Council of .Jewish Women and the Y. \V. II. A. She is a graduate of the Miami Senior High School. Mr. Goldstein is engaged in the paint and glass business in Allentown, Pa. The wedding will be an event of the early summer. Mr. and .Mrs. Irvine; Roy of I.akcwoodi N. J., are receiving congratulations on the birth of a baby boy week. Mrs. Roy is the former Esther Greenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg of this March promises to be a month that will go down in the history as the greatest at the Biscayne Kcntra and host of radio entertainers to the track for a limited engagement. Gather's first appearance will be Monday, March 8th, and preparations have been made to handle the largest crowd in the history of the track. Garber is one Beach, will be exhibited to the public at 10 o'clock Saturday morning in the reception hall of the Mayflower Hotel, Seventeenth st. and Alton road, Rosenberg announced. The Bibles are printed on papyrus which was in use long before modern printing paper was develand one of the founders of JackJewish family agencies show a Mrs. Afsnialler reduction in total relief ex. of the biggest jI"'d and n !" e ach \ 2 i ch cs wid f c names in the show business today,' !" f ee P **£££•> ... .. „„„„ The Bibles contain a Greek transand he will bring here the same n. ation of the original Hebrew, tochestra and entertainers that; 1 "" • „ u ,. i i L J L: V_„„J„_,. gclhcr with comments in Kasni, the have been heard on his broadcast *:.,._ work of the French commentator programs. In fact, Jan has promised a ,-1 of that early day. nes of special events, numbers i Rosenberg said that when he diswhich he has never presented beplays the Bibles Saturday he will fore, and every fan who likes to reading before the asscmhear good music should not pass blage and make some personal cornup this opportunity. ments on the text as they may be Even finer races than have been applied ^ to present day life at : since the track opened Miami Beach. Christmas night are promised during the remainder of the season. Mr. Isaac Hartman, prominent Every dog is in tip top condition, business man of Baltimore, Md., and the racing secretary has so left for his home Tuesday morn' many good dogs that he can preling following a brief visit to sen; eleven well matched races .Miami. son Memorial Hospital, rcniow. together with her husband, was among the founders of Beth David Congregation, Miami's pioneer synagogue, and herself contributed liberally to the Beth David Talmud Torah building. She is survived by two brothers, Mendel and Daniel Cromer. both of penditures for the past year than either non-sectarian or Catholic agencies, according to a bulletin on private and public relief in urban areas published by the social security board. Seventy-one Jewish organizations reported a drop of 4.8' • in relief costs between October. 1985, and October, lOfifi, at Miami, and two sisters, Mrs. Abcompared with a reduction of 9.2'. raham Swidler, Chicago, and Mrs. in non-sectarian agencies and Fannie Cowan, Miami. 11/,'/, in Catholic agencies. SATURDAY NIGHT nightly, including two feature events. An added attraction during March will be the running of the Derby eliminations, which will be held to determine the eight dogs which will run in the Biscayne Grote Stueckgold, great prima donna soprano of Metropolitan opera fame, will be the guest BOIOist at a concert of the University >f Miami symphony orchestra. Dr. & |N PEWOtTC^ Derby over course on the last night of the meeting. There are BO many good dogs eligible for this race that every one eliminationprobably 11 be just as good as the derby itself, and these races should not be missed. The Biscayne track is conveniently located for everyone. It is a short drive out N. E. Second ave. or X. W. Second ave., or you can nel Club. Not only are the prosget a bus every few minutes from the gruelling 38-mile Arnold Volpe conducting, here on j for the finest greyhound racing ever Been in Miami, but the entertainment' offered along with the nightly eleven races. When Paul Whiteman closes his engagement at the popular north side oval, Jan Garber, the idol of the airlanes, will bring his orchesbehind the Venetian arcade, and the fare is only 10 cents. • Four volumes of the Hebrew Old Testament, including the Prophets, printed 365 years ago and now in the possession of Moescha Rosenberg, 1728 Lenox ave., Miami THE FINEST KOSHER WINE nDs;> is: p FOR PASSOVER Port, Malaga. .Muscatel. Sherry. Tokay. Blackberry and Sour Wines Under the Superx islon of RABBI TENDLER of New York And RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER or Miami Distributed by FLORIDA BUSHKILL BEER DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 261 \. W. Twenty-Second Street BEN FLEEM IN PHONE 34889 .March 8tii at 8:45 p. m., at Orchestra Hall, Miami Senior High! school auditorium. This Tschaikowsky-Wagner program, with Mine. Stueckgold to i sing the Wagner, will be the high point of Miami's season musically. Mme. Stueckgold has a tremendous following, has starred not only at the Metropolitan, but at Covent Gardens in London and under the baton of the foremost European conductors. In Europe she enjoys unchallenged supremacy. • Mrs. Sarah Afremow, 72, pioneer Miamian residing at 821 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach, died Tuesday in a local hospital following a brief illness. Services were held Thursday morning at the Carter Funeral Home, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Interment was in Beth David section of the City Cemetery. Mrs. Afremow, widow of the late David Afremow, came to Miami 30 years ago. Her husband was a director of the Bank of Bay Biscayne Hear the World's Heavyweight Champion Tell How He Will Fight Joe Louis in Their Title Bout %  We Take Pleasure and Pride in Announcing That Kosher Passover Dairy Products will be produced by us in compliance with the Jewish laws, under the supervision of RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER Of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation And in the Presence of a MASHGIACH, Appointed by the Rabbis IF YOU ARE NOW \ CUSTOMER OF THE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASS-N INSTRUCT YOUR ROUTE MAN ABOUT YOUR REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PASSOVER PERIOD. IF YOUR DAIRYMAN. NOW SERVING YOU, WILL NOT BE PREPARED TO SERVE KOSHER PASSOVER PRODUCTS, WE SHALL BE HAPPY TO SERVE YOU PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW. Call, Write or Phone Miami Home Milk Producers Association 768 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-769?)


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*'Jewish IFIIondliiai in
QSaEEm Tlhe Jtewiislh Unity
Vol. 10No. 10
MIAMI. II.OIUDA. I'KIII \V, MARCH 5, 1931
Price Five i mt
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
PARADOX
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
Ladies Sponsor
Annual Ball
Children's Home
Begins Drive
Jewish News
World
Around the
This column is copyrighted by
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part strictly forbidden. Any
infringement will be prosecuted.
on Je I,
Henrietta S/ol The Ladii Auxiliary of the
.Miami J Orthodox Congrega-
te n is -| nil sixth annual
to death. The over-ripe fruit falls kail at I i Hotel, Miami
from the tree. The next stage is Bea .. Marcn Tt!l
corruption. Our goal is the path- beginnir, at 8 o*i k, for the hen. em division of the Children's Home isalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
Itoward the goal. The path is our ,.; | Torah fund. An Societ> of Florida. Last year 333 That ,.lu. .uccess of Zionism do-
highest portion and our best in- evening of entertainment in which children from broken homes, m- penda ,,.v ,, tne efforts 0f t!,e
At 808 V w. Fourteenth st. a ______
house of broad, pleasant porches Zionism Depends Only
-; .a ious room ei as the
eiving home for the southeast-
ern division of the Children's Home
heritance. God forbid that it should stars of radio, and re i
Boswell recorded the converse ocked or destroyed by nun- ,.., I. One
rions of Dr. Johnson and Ecker- derers or ruins or desert sands. Bat of the feature
mann recorded the conversations of let it remain a path. Let the goal enins wi only a
he. Themselves men of ordi- shine radiantly at its end and still ancc n thia area of th
talent, they wrote immortal recede, the nearer we seem to ap- dans* I tan Opera
. The art of conversation Ian- proach if. Let the City of Gi any, Mildred Schneider, ':
ies amid the heat and hurry and the Zion of our fulfillment be tin "A
families and destitute
wire welcomed by this
Jews themselves wa ted by
ild, founder of Ha-
i organization. The only a .:.. at ., twenty-fifth anniver-
ized by the state of
Flo ida adopt children, the or-
ganization lacks ..ii institutional-
ized feeling. Misers inhappy
Ii en find a second moi her in
ration by the Palestine
community of Hadassah's
i hment. Fo lowing a broad-
cast on the Pali -tation
voted t" the achievi m< nts of the
of contemporary life, nor have we a mountain height of God to ; M' Lean Mu"" organization of American Zionist
bly a Goethe, though we have which we can raise our eye for I utly to appear in a film Jfra
ntative
ir ought to have men of the Intel- help and inspiration and coinage | has been with the Met- '" '' ''.'," fathering Agency
il stature of SamuelJohnson. Bs we tread the path. Only the r, Company for th wT'i i hall, at which tl rs included
oi'.'an i
a child-placing
lay, March "th, marks the
..............*. v. .... ......
campaign to raise $20,000 to con-
At all events recorded conversa- ; rim reaches the hill of Zion by past seven yeai nerly was
spontaneously spoken often II- knowing thai his beau is alread; of the Hippodrome
luminates mentality and character there, though his feet may never '! a I npany. Eric Correa
better than set discourse or writ- The busy, Intel 0 r will
word. I want to record here a ful, worldly man runs and hustles j provide music for dancing. In
fragment of conversation of Dr. and is upon a hilltop. When at last charge of arrangements are Mes- limu, to function adequately. The
Stephen S. Wise, which I owe 'o be raises bis eyes it is not the hill I dames L. Kotkin, Abraham A. Kell- attractive receiving cottage and
the diaries of my wife. (In these f Zion at all. It is a hill in a hell '" ''-an,! lack Hirsch as general co- playground built during this period .er' who directa the youth aliyan
diaries there are also conversations j |R. i,!is himself created and then chairmen, assisted by Mesdames ,,v t|u. jun|or League are perma- *' M **. the BOcial service
of Jacob Wassermann and Thomas' SOUght. Long, long ago he lost Nathan Adelman, Nat Blumberg, ,., evidences of its splendid sup- 'department of the Jewish Agency,
Mann.) \ the way and abandoned the path Moses Pallet, H. Traeger, B. Chert- ,.,, po nted out in her closing remark.
L'nited Stati Consul G( neral Ceo.
Wadsworth, Menahem Ussishkin,
lent of the Ji w i National
Fund. I.eib Jaffe, director of tho
i ne Foundation Fund, and
Miss Szold.
The veteran Zionist woman lead-
The Wises were dining with Ml and knew it not. koff' Max '^'ppapoit, J. Louis
in Pavla It nraa the van* after ., i c Shochet and Messrs. Max ltappa-
iii laiis. it was tne year aitei Tnj mvst ca counsel of' ,. ... ,. ....
i. ik.it. f w TK,. wrotehfld ^ port, E. Albert Ballot and 11. M.
and is with Eretz Yisrael the year,
! that all seven members of the orig-
inal Hadassah executive are now
1802 the Children's Home Society ., c, ... ,
_, ,, I in Palestine She added: "As long
ol Hui ida has increased the scope
.... a- I breathe I will repeat that
ol Its wink, lodav when the home ... ,
.,,, Zionism depends sobdy upon our
:- asked to accept a child a trained ... '. _
own work. All sections of the Ile-
aii;l experienced case worker first ,..... ... ,
.. i bnw press devoted articles and
editorials to the history of Hadas-
sah on the occasion of its jubilee.
world never to overcome us. But
in our darkest hours we shall not;
Tropical Park
Opens Monday
go through him and emanate from ^^ Rnd sunmloM Israel. Thus
him as he turned to my wife who w( ghalJ (..ius(, U)e obstacics of the
just made what appeared to
an unduly pessimistic observa-
tion. "Thelma," he said, "don'tl nony discomfited. This path
forget one thing. Zionism mustn't .g |ho th of Israol in this age. Opening the spring season ol
and the age to come. This is the | horse racing in Florida. Tropical
path of redemption for Israel and j Park will inaugurate the final meet
Pittsburgh (WNS)Social se-
CUrity for rabbi.- was advocated by
Mrs. Samuel Spiegel of New York
tendent of the society, said, "Noth- '" her presidential message to the
ing can take the Place of a veal "-OnventlOn oi the Wonuns League
mcceed in a worldly sense in our
time. It mustn't, God forbid, fail.
But we could not so consecratedly
serve a cause that was not meas-
urably in danger, measurably op-
posed by the world and the evil of
the world and therefore the symbol
of the triumph of goodness and
If the effoit '" ,!"' ''"'''''' Synagogue, the first
fiils the '" '" '"''' '"(','IH'n'','nt of the par-
ent body. Revealing that rabbis
in England enjoy security for life,
Mrs. Spiegel said that "if we left
therefor,' in a given degree lor "" l""" ', \ j i i ; on h"" wil1' the finances of tl
minion ..ftpi-noon March 8th. with an denominations ami is in turn en-1
m-mkind Therefore this path da> aictinoon, nnrcn owi, a.. agogue, there might be mo
maiiMiiu. i ,.vti-iovdiiiaiv card of rac nir "uar- dorse, and supported by the t at'i-
which is our goa and the treading oxti aoidinaij taiu oi >-*> -"" ',una _,, reverence for the teachings
wniin ia ou. t, uii anteed to irive lovers of the sport ohc, the Protestant chinches and
Of which ,s its own reward hall "^"^^SEl can present. Jewish synagogues. The campaign ->"-'- The I -nted .
not and cannot be lost except annd the best tttMW m 1 ^ ^^ ^ h t asS(.ll a so,,a security
uiii.. nn ,V.i,.h stnndR the heav- I'lspilt pieuuiions oi in.my i u......._ nension law. How munv
home for a chili
to preserve the honi,
child is welcomed and cared for
until a comfortable worthy "fo8t t
home" is found.
i.i !,.: d,. more time to the rabbi for spiritual
( ompletcly non-sectarian, the,
, ,,. ,1, leadership instead of burdening
home receives needy children ot all ,.,..., ,
jhim with the finances of the syn-
more true
ings which
States
the hills on which stands the heav
justice. Will it still be that in the e citVi the 2ion we shall never
? Are
days of its worldly success
we not happiest in our service who
labor now? No, a successful cause
could never so wholly be my cause.
All our heart and strength are with
t now. But let us fear complete
success. Let us be grateful for the
privilege of working now."
He had spontaneously uttered
and given expression to one of the
crucial paradoxes of the moral life.
It is upon these paradoxes that
faith is built; it is from a knowl-
edge of these paradoxes that in-
sight is drawn. He who lives by
these paradoxes is the prophetic
soul, forever divided from the per-
ishable cunning of the worldly.
Success corrupts. Power corrupts.
A complete attainment of ends cor-
rupts. A cause should always have
this quality of an ideal, that its
complete accomplishment is unat-
tainable. Else it will reach that
measure of fruition that is too near
the fall season which opel
' i_ i i .. i .v ii ,..:k,: ;and old age pension law. How many
.ned Trop- church pulpits and the distribution "" *
reach unless upon the path we
tread we have already reached it in
our hearts. This is what S. S. W.
meant This is what *J r ^ ^ thc unusual. in the nome.
means by saying that we can leach attendance and the re-
Zion only by the way of Zion Thr |. I ^ ^
from another angle is the centri
do the work be loves and which he
For active service during the'
drive Mr. Hoffman has announced h* b<,'" t,-alne1 fo1-
the following committee chairmen:
idea of Franz Werfel's Etenial T_ Vark ^ ft |b ,r j^, Boi.ton> MtM g|ft> dM New York (WNS)Objecting to
Road." All high men of all ages taUon of thl. t,.u,k man. .ion; Rev. George I. Hiller, church a union contract that calls for Rosh
J^SS"Ugement that the spring season, division; Dr. A. W. Ziebold, chair- Hashanah and Yon, Kippur hoi.-
of this mys- whkh next Monday and nmn> and Miss Louigc Bouligny| days for his Jewish employes, Jo-
secretary, publicity division; Mrs-.'seph Lang, owner of the I.ang
J. l). McKenney and Mrs. H. 0. News Company on Long Isand, and
Jones, co-chairmen, women's divi- himself a Jew, has fired three of
ion; Mrs. Harry Hector, transpor- bis Jewish employes. The dismis-
edge of this secret and
tery and have therefore been to ^ ^.^ ^^
the wonder of the woildly, bap- ^ ^ m ev(?n beUer ^
pier and serener than the men_ of ] o{ ^ ^^ tho,.OUKnbmls
the market places with their MB j ^ ^ UMmh hav(j bcon mtmd
purses and rotund paunches, their ^ ^ ^ park ^^ ^ in_
goals reached, their ends accom- ; ^^ rf ^ ^^ ^ ^ m
p,ishcd, their success won, then j ^^
souls dead. The mystery is ex- Thc Dunn Bus ^..^ pl.ovides
pressed in Torah an, Talmud, in ^^^ transporUtion service to
law and legend and again an Troica, Park buses leving every
again, as in the familiar lines of j ^ ^^ fn)m thp y_ ,,, p|rgt
Browning, by the high poets of all ^ entrance of the Venetian Ar-
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tation committee; Grover C. Zar-sals resulted in a strike called by
ing, out-of-town corporations divi- the Bookkeepers'. Stenographers'
-ion; I.. P. Ireland, wholesale divi- and Accountants' Union, A. F. of
ion; .1. I). Hall, employees' divi- L., and pleas from the Jewish em-
sionj W. Roger Herndon, office ployes to Jewish organizations to
buildings division; Mrs. F. C. bring pressure to bear on Mr. Lang.
Hi, key. South Broward county di- I.ang has announced his intention
vision, and Mrs. P. A. Stranahan, I of replacing the Jewish workers
North Broward county division. with Christians.
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
The regular meeting of the Sen-1
lor Council of Jewish Women at its |
meeting last Wednesday appoint-1 I
cil a nominating committee to rec- ^
ommend officers for the coming
year. Mrs. Samuel Bearman
chairman of the committee, which ^
includet Mesdames Harry Marcus, >-^?
Maurice Jacobs, Morris Oublcr and Mjneha
Jake Brown. A peace program was'
pi ented under the auspices of the
peace committee, of which Mrs.
Hai i y Barnhardt is chairman. The
Marionette unit of the Federal The-
atre, directed by Malka Reich, pre.
Bented ''At the Crossroads," writ-
ten by Harry liarnhard.
* *
services at
lowed by Shalosh
Maariv,
5 o'clock, fol-
Saudah and
At Jlic late Friday evening serv-
ices at Beth David Synagogue
Kabbi Max Shapiro will preach on
"My Ten Fears in the Rabbinate"
Cantor Louis Haymun, assisted by
Reth David Choir, will chant the
services. Saturday morning at
10:30 the Junior Congregation will
hold service- with Howard Schwartz
officiating. The public is invited
to attend.
Cantor Samuel Vigoda of New
York City will be guest cantor at
services in Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion next Friday, March 12th, Sat-
urday and Sunday. Cantor Vigoda
is internationally known and con-
ducted services to a crowded syn-
agogue here last year. Full details
will appear in our next issue.
At the late Friday evening serv-
ices in the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation tonight, Rabbi Kell-
ocr will preach on the portion of
the week. The usual congrega-
tional singing and chanting will be
enjoyed. Saturday morning serv-
i .ill begin at '.I o'clock with the
ry Warshavsky, Daniel Bremen,
Arthur Willinger, Leonard Tobin,
Stanley Blackmail. Avery Gordon,
Irving Kramer. Jack Minter, Hy-
man Koch and Justin and Avis
Caminez. Tau Epsilon members
attending the university on trans-
fer from other colleges and uni-
versities are Jerome Weinklc, Al-
bert Span. Maurice Orovitz and
Maynard Abrams.
Friday, March 5, 1937
mers. No extra charge will be
made the customers, who are urged
to advise their route drivers of
! their Passover requirements. Milk,
cream, cottage cheese, butter and
-our cream will be specially pre-
pared and bottled with distinctive
labels bearing the rabbi's signature
on each bottle or package.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. J.. Jacobs have an-
nounced the engagement- of their
daughter, Miss Yivienne Jacobs, to
Mr. Bernard Katz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Katz. The wedding will
take place at the home of the bride-
elect's parents on November 21st.
Miss Jacobs is very active in Jun-
ior Ilaelassah work and is sponsor
E. GORDON
Jewish Rituals
V ice-President
CARTEB .V WIXSOM, Inc.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
.->! I \\. Flagler St.
Rhone 2-8421
Residence Phone 2-1398
ki LUSIVE ROOMB FOR JEWISH
CASES
Mr. E. C. Fogg, Jr., president
of the' Land o1 Sun Dairy at Miami
Beach, announces that all of its
customers will be provided with
strictly kosher Passover dairy
products, in accordance with its
custom since its inception. Rabbi
Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be in charge ;if the preparation and
bottl iik of all products and will
have associated with him Kabbi Da-
vid Clein e>f the Beth Jacob Syna
gogue of .Miami Beach. A mash-
giach named by the rabbi.- will be
in residence at the dairy, where
the milk will be bottled and at the
where' the butler and cheese
will be prepared. Distinctive pack-
am" bearing the rabbis' signatures
will i.lentil'-, each package or bot-
tle' delivered to the customer. Mr.
Fogg was the first dairy head in
this area to realize' the desirabil-
ity "f providing observant Jew
with their Passover dairy needs. The regular open meeting of the
Milk, sweet and sour cream, but- public speaking class of the' Senior
ter and cheese will be prepared Council of Jewish Women will be
MISS MILDRED SCHNEIDER
Premier Hanseuse who will appear
al the sixth annual hall of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
Sunday night.
The public speaking class of the
Senior Council of Jewish Women
will meet' this afternoon at 2
o'clock at the
with Mrs. I.
to the Tri Beta Sorority, a group
The Miami chapter, National',,f >'oune Jewish girls. Mrs. Katz
Council of Jewish Juniors, will hold w graduated from Miami High
another of its fireside discussion slh,ml i""1 attended the University
groups Wednesday night, March "' >
10th. at the Beth David Talmud
Torah.
The topic of discussion will be
"Jews as Nobel Prize Winners."
The meeting will be conducted
by Miss Evelyn Auslander. These
discussions have proven to be very
popular, and have been very well
attendeel by both dub members and
utsiders. Junior Council extends
Miss Dorothy Resnik, Chelsea,
.Mass., a guest of the Hotel Evans,
was honored today by a cocktail
party in the bar and grillroom of
the Evans In celebration of her
birthday. Among those who at-
tended the party were Mrs. A.
Hirschfield of Chelsea, Miss Sylvia
Stein of Long Island City, the
a hearty welcome to all who would Misses Lenkowsky and the Misses
Kornhauser; Messrs. Jack Saul,
Rosenfeld, Leon Cohen, William
care to join them at these' discus-
sions.
The members of the Junior Coun- Friedman, Nathan Wedner, Joseph
cil at this time would like to call' Lindenfeld and Ted Kaufman. Mu-
Mayflower Hotel. a|| their friends to hold Sunday B'c w furnished by the Continen-
M. Weinstein in nifrht*, April 4th, open, as they are ''li Trio,
harge. She will speak on "The planning a novelty dance for that
iman's Religion." impromptu night that will be an event well
speaking by members of the class worth attending. Airs. George
v. II t'.db,w with subjects given atjchertkof is in charge of the nan..'
random. All are invited to attend, committee.
\Y
it bout extra charge
Hotel Astor
Washington at 10th St.
MIAMI BEACH
70 rooms, each with bath;
radio in every room; steam
heated; spacious lobby, en-
closed sun parlor, beautiful
'. free solarium.
D. ROSNER
tier and Operator
< antoi Boris Schlachman will
i present many noted artists in his
fifth annual concert on Sunday eve-
ning, March 14th, beginning at
8:30 o'clock at the Miami Beach
j Elementary School auditorium at
Fourteenth st. and Washington ave.
'This concert will feature a pro-
gram of vocal and instrumental se-
ections and will include popular
English and Yiddish numbers, as
wedl as folk soni;s and liturgical
selections. Full details will ap-
pear in our next issue.
to the custo- held next Friday. March 12th, at
J o'clock at the' Mayflower Hotel.
when Mrs. Harry MarCUG will speak
on "Sigmund Freud, His Life and
Works"; Rabbi Colman Zwitman
on "Jewish Achievements in the
Field of Music," illustrated by vio-
lin selections by Mrs. Daniel Cro-
mer and vocal selections by Mr-.
I.e'onard Rosette, accompanied at
the piano by Mrs. Frieda Miller
Kobn. Mrs. Michael Leishon will
speak em "Outstanding Jewish
As usual, the .Miami Home Milk
Producers Association will provide
it many Jewish customers in this
area with strictly Kosher Passover
dairy product-. Kabbi Abraham
A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation la in full
'barge to assure that every re-
quirement of Jewish laws in con-
iieetion with Passover is thorough-
ly observed. A mashgiach named
by Kabbi Kellner will reside at one
of the association's dairies during
the entire week of Passover. The
Miami Home Milk Producers A
elation is the first company in this
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The public area '" l''k'' '""'' "'' ,m' religious

DR. EDWIN J. COHEN
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
Announces the Opening of His Office
at
1501 c ingress Building
.MIAMI. FLORIDA



Your Reservations N< for (he
E'ASSOVER HOLIDAY
at

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"The Skyscraper Hotel on the Ocean"
Ocean Drive al Twelfth and Thirteenth Streets
STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE
Where TTDD? ")W3 Is a K.alil,
PASSOVER MEALS SERVED TO THE PUBLIC
The Tides Hotel at Ocean Drive,
between Twelfth anil Thirteenth
ts.. announces that it will remain
open for the' Passover holidays and
will provide its famous strictly
kosher cuisine for their guests and
because of a popular demand will
open its doors for the serving of
meals to the general public. Op-
erating this beautiful skyscraper
hotel arc .Messrs. Cohen and Gins-
burg of the' Lorraine Hotel at At-
lantic City and Mr. M. Grundwerg
H New Voii. \
lanti of whom are well
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law .
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psilon Phi,
of Miai
'lily. Tan
Phi, will take place' in cere-
larch 2
ual nitiation in t >i after-
noon will be followed by a banquet
tifti which the' new- members will
i ol hon >r at a danci by
the Miami Alumni Club and Tan
Alpha chapter if the University of
Florida. The Miami chapter will
be known as Tau Xi.
The future members of the new
national are Milton Wasman, Hen-
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are cordially invited to drag your
frames up to the Y. M. H. A. club-
rooms Sunday, March 14th, and
test- your popularity with the girls.
Excellent swing music is promised
by Chairman Shirley Rosenthal and
her committee, Ruthye Bernstein,
Mildred Rubin, Izzy Mayerowitz,
Alvin Chain, Gertrude Shaft' and
Evelyn Marks.
Girl stags are particularly invit-
ed to attend and get even, as if
two wrongs would make a right.
The good news is that only 20 cents
will admit the girls and 30 cents
for the boys.
The Jacksonville Chapter No. 272
of the A. Z. A. Junior B'nai B'rith
was officially installed last Sunday
in the Jacksonville Jewish Centeu.
.Maier Triet, supreme advisory
council representative from
Charleston, S. C, was installing of-
ficer. The Savannah chapter con-
ducted the ceremonies. Represent-
atives from the Charleston and
Augusta chapters attended. Imme-
diately following the installation,
those conducting the ceremonies
initiated the local chapter into the
national group.
The local members installed were
Clarence Ghelerter, president; Eatl
Goldstein, vice-president; Meyer
Leibovitz, secretary; Julius Fletch-
er, treasurer; Jack Blattner, ser-
geant-at-arms; Rubin I lay an. chap-
lain.
A capacity crowd attended the
boxing smoker, which was held at
the "Y" clubrooms last Wednesday
under the chairmanship of Nat
Blumberg.
Participants were Harold Levin-
son, Abe Berkowitz, Milton Wein- .Miss Mollye Schemer, whose
traub, Stanley Weintraub, Sam Ba-; marriage to Jack Silverman will be
danes, Bernie Serkin, Joe Rownin, | an event of the early spring, was
Harold Cohen, and a free-for-all j entertained Wednesday night with
with six Shvartzes pummeling a crystal and china shower, given
away at one another concluded the by Mrs. Sam Carlton, Miss Miriam
program. Carlton and Mrs. Sam Datz in the
Plans are being formulated by Roosevelt Hotel. The hostesses re-
Jews and Their Newspapers
February has been set aside as out the world. Our press is the
Catholic Press Month, and a cam-
paign is now being conducted
throughout the country to increase
the influence and further the aims
of the Catholic press. The sincer-
ity with which this campaign is be-
ing conducted is indicated in the
high quotas set by Catholic news-
papers. The only Catholic daily
printed in English, the Catholic
Daily Tribune, has mailed 30,000
pamphlets and letters to clergy-
men throughout the country, and
the Catholic Courier of Rochester,
N. Y., seeks 15,000 new subscribers.
According to the News Service
of the National Conference of Jews
and Christians, the importance at-
tached by Catholics to their press
is evident from the words of Pope
Piux XI, who told a group of ed-
itors: "You are my voice. I do
not say that you represent my
voice, but that- you are my voice,
for few indeed would be the num-
ber of the children of the Common
Father who could know my wishes
and my thoughts without the aid
of the Catholic press." On another
occasion the holy father remarked:
"In vain will you found missions
and build schools, if you are not
able to wield the offensive and de-
fensive weapons of a loyal Cath-
olic press."
Catholic Press Month offers evi-
dence of a commendable sense of
loyalty on the part of Catholics to
their press from which Jews can
and should, but do not, learn. The
Jewish press is of most vital con-
cern to the Jewish people. It is
not only the mouthpiece of our
communities, but is the sole me-
dium of bringing to our people here
the news of their kinsmen through-
Executive Director Boris Schlaeh-
man to conduct a table tennis (oth-
erwise known as ping pong) and
pool tournament. Come up and
show your willingness l<> partici-
pate.
most impoitant link that binds Is-
rael into a single indissoluble com-
munity. Without it- the hunger for
information relative to the status
of our brethren and the progress
of Jewish achievement would re-
main unsatisfied.
In a world crisis like the pres-
ent, the Jewish press on many oc-
casions serves as the defensive
weapon against new and recurrent
outbursts of anti-Semitism. It re-
cords and chronicles the accom-
plishments of Jews, and keeps them
informed regarding the creative
achievements of our people.
The Jewish press should rank
first among the agencies and in-
stitutions that are encouraged and
supported by our people. Both sub-
scribers and advertisers are obli-
gated to offer their co-operation
towards the upkeep of the Jewish
periodical service. Jewish readers
have much to learn from their
Catholic neighbors for whom the
literary and informative services
of their church are of prime im-
portance in their activities and life
as Catholics. For Jews the deep
obligation ought to be doubly
pressing by virtue of the deep
tragedies which demand our in-
creased interest in Jewish affairs.
Perhaps the idea of a Jewish
Press Month, patterned after the
Catholic plan, would help advance
the cause of the Jewish periodicals
and newspapers. In the meantime,
however, Jews ought to show their
interest and concern voluntarily
and whole-heartedly, without wait-
ing to be prompted into action in
behalf of their press.Detroit Jew-
ish Chronicle, February 20, 1937.
Jacksonville News
The Mu Omega Tau Sorority en-
tertained at the home of Miss Har-
riet Jacobson Thursday night with
a cocktail party given in honor of
the recently initiated pledges. The
club colors, orchid and silver, were
used to advantage in the decoration
of several rooms.
An impromptu program was pre-
sented, which included delightful
comedy skits by George Stone and
Misses Marie Brownstein, Carol
Weil and Elinor Hollins.
ceived their guests in the beautiful
Franklin Room.
A cordial invitation is being ex-
tended to friends of the Witten
family to attend a reception which
will be given by Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris II. Witten in their home be-
tween the hours of 4 and fi o'clock
on Sunday, March 7th, in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Barney S. Witten,
who will have returned from their
wedding trip at that time.
Tampa Notes
Miss Eve Marans, who has spent
the past six months with her aunt,
Mrs. L. Vangilder, and family, has
returned to her home in Hacken-
sack, N. J.
will be announced in the next issue
of The Jewish Floridian.
Mr. Griff, who directs the "Y"
orchestra, reports that the orches-
tra is developing nicely. All who
play either string or wind instru-
ments are invited to attend the re-
hearsals held at- the "Y" every
Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Jewish News
Around the
World
Anti-Semitic Minister Leads Fight
on Supremo Court Reform
Washington, D. C. (WNS)The
Rev. Gerald B. Winrod, outspoken
anti-Semite, editor of the Defender,
Wichita, Kan., anti-Jewish sheet,
and a close friend and spokesman
for Julius Streicher, is responsible
for the flood of blue, pink and
green slips against the president's
supreme court reform plan which
have poured in on members of con-
gress, it was revealed here by Rep-
resentatives John J. O'Connor of
New York, Maury Maverick of
Texas and Henry G. Teigan of Min-
nesota. The slips intimate that
supporters of the supreme court
reform plan are anti-Christian and
communistic. An investigation of
Rev. Winrod's activities is being
considered.
The Temple Sisterhood held its
March meeting Tuesday in the
Temple Home, beginning with the
literature class under the leader-
ship of Mrs. Roy Benjamin.
The general subject for the year
is "Jewish Contributions to Con-
temporary Literature," and Mrs.
Benjamin's subject was "Jewish
Contributions to Contemporary
Drama." Following this a lunch-
eon and meeting took place and the
reports from the Tri-State con-
vention at Birmingham were given.
Those attending the convention
were Mrs. Leonard 11. Grunthal,
Mrs. L. P. Lippman, Mrs. Ben Da-
vid and Miss Ray Halle.
Mrs. Ben Haimovitz returned to
Tampa after visiting in New Or-
leans.
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Leibovitz
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Miriam, to Jack Hirsch,
son of Benjamin Hirsch of Atlanta.
The wedding will take place in
June.
It is interesting to Miamians that
on two separate occasions in the
past several years when Winrod ap-
peared in Miami his work was con-
demned by public officials and non-
Jewish citizens, and Winrod imme-
diately left Miami.
Five Out of Eight Bermuda Hotels
Announce Jews Are Barred
New York (WNS)Virtually all
hotels in Bermuda, British owned
island resort in the Carribean Sea
now enforce the Aryan law, it was
revealed here when the Bermuda
Hotels, Inc., agents for the Prin-
cess, Coral Island, Belmont Manor
and Inverurie hotels, announced
that Jews will not be admitted any
longer. Jews are also barred at
the Elbow Beach Hotel. Hotels to
which Jews are admitted are the
Bermuda Hamilton, the St. George
gagement of their daughter, Re- an<1 the Bermudania. A spokesman
velle. to Irving Allen Agel of Clare. for the Bermuda Hotels, Inc., re-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jacobson
of St. Petersburg announce the en-
mont, N. .1.
Miami
Y. M. H. A.
Notes
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
The Young Women's Hebrew As-
sociation will present a competi-
tive vaudeville and dance, to be
held March 21st at Kaplan Hall.
Every Jewish organization in the
Greater Miami area has been in-
vited to participate. Chairman Jo-
sephine Kolman would like each
club to present a vaudeville act,
such as dance numbers, songs and
short skits. This will be the first
time any such competition has been
presented to the Greater Miami
public. Prominent judges will pre-
side to select the best act, which
will be awarded a handsome grand
prize.
Please let Miss Kolman know
your desire to participate within
the next ten days by writing her
in care of the Y. M. H. A., 1507
S. W. Fifth st., or by phoning
2-042<>. To date the following or-
ganizations have accepted the in-
vitation: The Onyx Club, Miss
Ruthye Bernstein, president; Sioga
Fraternity, Hymen Rubin, Y. M.
The celebration of the fourteenth
anniversary of the Ladies' Hebrew
Sheltering Aid Society and Home
for the Aged will be held at 7:30
o'clock Sunday, March 7th, in the
auditorium of the Jacksonville
Jewish Center.
The committee, headed by Mrs.
Pete Haimowitz, Mrs. G. I-cvine
and Mrs. Abe Selber, co-chairmen,
had a meeting last evening in the
home of Mrs. II. Rosenzvaig. The
following were present-: Mrs. J.
Shapiro, Mrs. 11. Yoffee, Mrs. J.
T. Wilensky, Mrs. A. Nabin, Mrs.
G. Levine. Mrs. S. I.. Blattner, Mrs.
Pete Haimowitz, Mrs. Sam Bryan,
Mrs. M. Stein, Mrs. 11. Talisman
and Mrs. II. Rosenzvaig.
Mr. Abe Simon of Wilkes-Barre,
Pa., is visiting his sisters, Ruth Si-
mon and Mrs. Isador Wohl.
A birthday dinner party was giv-
en for Mrs. Louis Schonbrun at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Haliezer, on Sunday, Feb-
ruary 21 st. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schonbrun, Mrs.
Morgenstern of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schonbrun
and baby. Joyce.
The Purim dance conducted by
the Ladies' Auxiliary of Congrega-
tion Kodoph Sholom at the Tampa
Yacht and Country Club on Maren
2nd was very successful. Mrs. A.
M. Wolfson was general chairman.
The Junior Daughters of Israel
held another Saturday night dance
in the Jacksonville Jewish Center,
Third and Silver sts. The dance
II. A., Al Rosenfeld, Junior "Y," I wag known as a punch bowl dance.
Sam Badanes, Miami Jewish Orth- The Spel.ia| committee for the
odox Congregation, II. M. Drcvich,1 (|am.0 ,.onsjste,l 0f Miss Thelma
Junior Hadassah, Mrs. Mu'"ry ; Seigal, Miss Sylvia Peltz, Miss Lib.
Grossman and the Junior League, ,iy i,avjSi |f|u Ruth Davis, Miss
Miss Ray Shochet. A maximum of > R()si. Moscovitz, Miss Tessie Port-
ten minutes will be allotted each I noy) Mjss Evelyn Silverman. Miss
group participating.
fused to give reasons for the new
anti-Jewish policy, but said it had
been developing for some time and
was now in effect as a complete
ban. The New York agents will
be assigned to the task of deter-
mining whether a prospective pa-
tron is a Jew. "I suppose it is
the privilege of any hotel outside
the United States to formulate its
own policy," he said and was on
the point of discussing similar
practices in the United States when
he thought better of it.
Y. M. H. A. NOTES
Nixl Sunday evening at 9 o'clock
Clyde Schuster and his "Silver
Kings" will again furnish the mu-
sic for the dance to be held in the
auditorium.
In order to meet the budgetary
requirements of young persons
with limited allowances, twenty-
five cents admission will be
charged. The Merry Fellows Club
has made arrangements to attend.
Miss Gertrude Michael is busy
The World's
Window
(Continued from Page 1)
peoples:
That low man seeks a little thing
to do,
Sees it and does it-;
This high man, with a great thing
to pursue,
Dies ere he knows it.
That low man goes on adding one
to one,
His hundred's soon hit;
This high man, aiming at a mil-
lion,
Misses an unit.
, iNatalie Shor and .Miss Edith Weiss.; getting her cast together for the (Copyright, 1937. bv Seven Art*
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ttgo Four
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, March 6, 1937
BULLETIN
TEMPLE iSRAEI.
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN
6996 Albacore Drive
Miami Beach 5-987f>
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
630 N. E. 31st St.
Miami 2-9548
Une or both of tl>" Kabbia 'will be at the Temple every morn-
ing throughout the year.
CONGREGATIONAL
The oci upant of Temple 1 raej
pulpit this Friday evening, Marci
1937, ill be Mr. Herbert it
1-ViU Iman, who will Bpeak on
timely subject, dealing witl
"Washington: Concepts of thi i
. ion in His Day ami in lurs.*
Mr. Feibelman has for a loni{
been intei ested in re earc i
i | bi annals of Ami an
He lias contributed ar-
ticles to outstanding law journal!
and current periodicals, and his
u i is of timely im-
I in. and of human interi
American citizen. Mr. Feibelman'a
address wa I with m
last month-
B'nai B'rith meeting, and his
expert acquaintance with his sub-
ject will furnish his audience with
a clearer insight on the i
mt the supreme court
and the com titution.
Dr. Ki plan and Rabbi Zwitman
ervicea and a re-
,n for thi i ntire con-!,
will be sponsored by the Temple
erhood. Viaitora are cordially
ted.
Next Friday evening, March 12,
1937, an event which the entire
Jewish community has been await-
ing will take place at the services.
Dr. Nissan Touroff, one of the out-
standii ; ij cholo) iata in Amerii a,
and noted authority on Hebrew lit.
erature and Jewish education, will
ire on "Nationalist Psychol-
ogy: Normal and Abnormal." Dr.
Touroff haa been the dean of the
Jewish Institute of Religion in
New York, of which Rabbi Zwit-
man is a graduate, and his only
public address this season will be I
n at the Temple. The entire
Jewish community is Invited to this
spiritual neat next Friday eve-
ning.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
.3________________________________________-O
Last Sunday afternoon at 8:80
n delightful Purim celebration took
place at Kaplan Hall, in which the
children of our Religloua school and
their parents participated. A
tuneful operetta was presented by
Marion /.uckerman, Morton Diem i,
Daniel Schachter and Marion Weil
of the Normandy school, and Purim
selectiona were presented by Dor-
othy Aim Levin, Norman Rossman
V Serving V
"Florida's Finest
American-Jewish
Dinner"
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and Shirley Levy. A costume pa-
rade in which more than fifty
children participated was judged
by Samuel Kat/.. Mrs. M. I.. Mai-
in- and Mrs. Herbert Simon. Prizes
were given for tile best and most
it inal costumes.
Due to the splendid efforl
Mis. Frank A. Perlman, chairman,
and Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs. Harry
Kevins, Mrs. Gordon Davis. Mrs.
Ida Optner, Mrs. Herbert Simon,
Mrs. Samuel Merson, Mrs. Samuel
iii. Mrs. Louifl Friedman, a
most delicious Purim supper was
Berved and enjoyed by all after the
program.
in the Sunday morning assembly
i i vices were conducted by Mil-
1 ct nt Koth on the occasion of her
Bixteenth birthday, and a Purim
playlet was presented by the kin-
dergarten class.
and Mr Silas Rosenthal, was ap-
ointed for the purpose of slating
the office) fai the ensuing year.
3 YOl'TH GROIT DANCE
o____________________________.o
The Bocial and dance to be given
by the Youth Group Of Temple Is-
rael has been postponed to the 13th
of March because of conflicting
: high Bchool affair on the former
date. On Saturday evening, March
1 13th, at '.' o'clock, the dance will
.en at Kaplan Hall, and all
the young people of the community
are invited to attend. Admission
is only 25c per person and tickets
may be secured from any member
of the confirmation or the post-
confirmation class of Temple Is-
rael. The committee for the dance
consists of Richard Kobley, Herbert
Simon, Nathan Aronovitz, Theresa
Berlin, Shirley Levy. Dorothy Ann
Levin, Florence Coret, Jane Bron-
. 1 lorot hy Morri Eileen Fr ed-
man, l n d Bulbin and Natalea Si-
I _____________
day as co-stars team in their mu-
sical picture romance, "Top Hat,"
which features a score of lyrics and
melodic- by Irving Berlin.
The "Plccollno" is one of the six
numbers written by Irving Berlin
for -Top Hat." The others are
"No Strings," "Cheek to Cheek,"
"Get Thee Behind Me, Satan," "Top
Hat" and "Isn't This a Lovely
Day."
The featured cast with Fred
Astaire and Ginger Rogers includes
Edward Everett Horton, Helen
Broderick, Erik Rhodes and Eric
Blore.
In -Top Hat" Astaire and Gin-
ger are the principals of a gay
romance which unfolds in London
and climaxes at the colorful Euro-
pean resort, the Lido. They intro-
duce the new dance "Piccolino."
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At the regular meeting of our]
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li. Kaplan and Mrs. Henry Wil-
liams, on the Sisterhood conven-
tion in New Orleans, were featured.
Mrs. Tobias Simon, program chair-
man, also presented on her program
several musical selections rendered
by Mrs. Bertram Raff.
A nominating committee, con- |
sisting of Mrs. Max Dobrin, chair-
man; Mrs. Frank Perlman, Mrs.
Herbert Simon. Mrs. I.ouis Strauss
at the
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Fl.,l;,y, March 5, 1937
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
Engler, Mrs. E. Max Goldstein,
Mrs. Harry Korotzsky, Mrs. Mau-
rice Jacobs, Mrs. M. Marcus, Mrs.
Fabian and Mrs. Ethel Herzog.
The musical and card party will
Society
'"w ,. .... be "e' Jimmy Braddock, worlds heavy- Beach( aml admiision wi b(J sey_
champion will be the guest cnty.five cents_ Tiekets ,
of honor at the West Flagler Ken-
nel Club Saturday night.
Braddock fights Joe Louis next
June for the world's title and he
will tell the Flagler greyhound
ist how he intends to whip
the negro
enty-five cents. Tickets may be
obtained at the door. Prizes are
being offered for winners of card
games, and refreshments will be
served to guests.
Assisting Miss Wax arc Miss Ida
Engler, Miss Eddie Adler, Miss
Terry Satlow, Miss Bert Newell,
Ug, year Jimmy visited West Mrs. Kv.-lyn Gordon and Miss Irene
Flagler and drew an enormous | Goldberger.
crowd. He is one of the most pop-;
ular heavyweight champions the
world has ever known. Not many Mrs. Phillip Cohen of Lakewood,
months ago Jimmy, disheartened, \. J., who is a guest at the Hotel
worked for the WPA. Then he was Evans. Miami Beach, was honored
given a chance with Max Baer and by a birthday celebration last
' Thursday. After the dinner party,
which was attended by relatives
and friends of Mrs. Cohen, there
was dancing in the Evans garden
patio and special entertainment
furnished for Hie occasion by Ches-
ter Alexander. A beautiful birth-
day cake was presented to Mrs.
Cohen by the Evans family. Mr.
and Mrs. Cohen are pioneer hotel
owners in I.akewood.
startled the world by whipping
him. Jimmy has never forgotten
his friends when the going was
tough and not only for that rea-
son, but for many others, he will
millions rooting for him to
beat Louis.
Braddock arrived in Florida this
week with bis family and will re-
side at the Dempsey Vanderbilfc
He expressed a wish to
..., West Flagler, which he
to be the greatest grey-
I uack in the world.
een at the Dempsey-Van-
H ,tel by Jacob Sher and
V. .,... | itley, genial owners of
Flagler, Jimmy .-aid that'he
would be glad to tell the fans how
nter Is to whip Louis.
pia ler, which is but I n
from almost anywhere in
Miami. : enjoying the greatest
in it- history. The crowds
the mutuel play have been
nous. The glass starting boxes
and the hurdle races are two Eea-
whi h make a big hit with
night the flna'.S of
BORIS SCHLACHMAN
Who Will Direct (Jala Concert Next
Week
"The Life of Reason" was the
subject of Dr. Wolfson's lecture
before the Spinoza Group last Sat-
urday afternoon. Saturday at 2
p. m. the Group will meet on the
lawn at 1059 Collins ave., corner of
Eleventh st., Miami Beach, to hear
the first two acts of the opera,
"Traviata." At 3:30 Dr. Abraham
Wolfson will speak on "The In-
fluence of Spinoza on Modern
Thought." General discussion will
follow the lecture.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohen, prom-
inent in the communal life of Bal-
timore, who were guests at the Ho-
tel Evans for the past seven weeks,
left for their home Thursday morn-
ing.
Following a call signed by Rab-
bis Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Max Sha-
piro, Abraham A. Kellner and Col-
man Zwitman, a number of repre-
sentative Jewish citizens of the
Greater Miami area attended a con-
ference last Monday night at the
KIks Club. Following addresses by
the rabbis ami Messrs. William
Taradash, Harry Simonhoff and
Stanley C. Myers, plans were laid
for the completion of the United
Jewish Campaign's goal for $50,-
000, set for this area. The funds
raised will be divided equally be-
tween the United Palestine Appeal
and the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee. Those who have not yet
contributed are urged to send their
contributions immediately, so that
work of the organization may be
facilitated.
The local B'nai B'rith lodge will
Mrs. L. S. Farber of 319 N. W.
Thirtieth st, Miami, was tendered
a surprise Purim party on Thurs-
day, February 25th. The occasion
marked also the opening of a new
wing recently added to her house,
and the house guests and friends
present were Mrs. Anne Mendel,
Mrs. Harriet Rappaport, Mrs. Lena
nos TD^
I I If H'tll 1> Hill J i itu i'U**- *..* -* n
an important business meet- JRosenste.n, Mrs. Victor Ketay, Mrs.
..... Tuesday evening, March 9th, WlUtoa. Miler, Mrs. Row Parber,
a, Beth David Talmud Torah hall, all o Brooklyn; also Mrs. Frances
Feinberg of Jamaica, L. I., Mis.
H. B. Goldberg of the Golfmore,
Grand Beach, Mich.; Miss Bee Ru-
bey of Chicago and Mrs. T. D.
Hershman and Mr. George Miller
of Miami.
FOR HALF A CENTURY,
UNSURPASSED IN
KASnRUTH AND
All members are urged to attend,
as reports of the recent statewide
confen nee held in Orlando will be
discussed.
Beginning Mar -h Sth, all collec-,
t, of internal revet offices will
be i pen on March Sth, 9th and 10th
until H p. m.; on the lit1'. 12th and
intil 7 p. in., and on the 15th
until midnight. Taxpayers are
urged to file their returns as
night the l.na:s "V'" promptly as possible.
futurity will be run. ims_______________
will bring Straw Stack,
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I i Jerry, Tough Gal, J
Ritter's Hotel
Flora Hotel
Blaze and Ripple to the
dogdom's richest nurse.

Mrs. .Sydney Palmer, worthy ma-
tron of Emunah chapter, O. E. S.,
entertained her officers with a tur-
key dinner Tuesday at her home.
i esent were Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Somberg, Mr. and Mrs. Al-
ert Bacher, Mrs. Lillian Beckwitt,
Mrs. I. L. Reisman, Mrs. Max Hal.
pern, Mrs. Celia Auslander, Mrs.
Mendel Sheinberg, Mrs. Rae Wal-
n, Mr. K. Albert Pallof, Mrs.
Hurwitz, Mr. Sidney Palm-
er, Mrs. Harry Green. Morris Pep-
nd Mrs. Bernard Simon.
PAUL WHITEMAN
Appearing With His Band Nightly at the Biseaync
Kennel Club
Delicious
CORNED BEEF
PICKLED, COOKED
And SMOKED MEATS
Now Obtainable
Everywhere in Florida
DEMAND IT FROM
I ., Morns and Mrs. Joseph
Ri are sponsoi inir a Ul
brill on Wednesday noon, March
: al the Blackstone Hotel for
[it of the Sisterhood of
I irael Synagogue. K
i an be made with either
I i at the temple. The pub-
i atten I.
: :
Doris Cromer will present t
pi ogram at the mu-1
which Junior Hadas-
i n .Monday evening,
: Vocal BOloS, -Star.- In
' (Krei ler), "I Love I
l and "I've Cot- Youi
in (Cole Porter), by
; violin selections,
' froi i "Orpheus" (Gluck.
"Bujely" (Mana-
I, by Estelle Cromer; piano
i ,"Val (Chopin), "Walt*, j
1' (Brahms) and "Cuban
(Jose Xavarro), by Evelyn
Marks. Mrs, Frieda Miller Kohn
ccompany Mi. Cromer and
Mrs. Raff.
Miss Ethyl Wax, general chair-j
mni>, has announced the following |
patronesses: Mrs. Joseph William- |
on, Mrs. J. Goodkowsky, Mrs. Sol (
Rot fort, Mrs. G. Berlin, Mrs. J. ;
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THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN
Friday, March 5, 1937
I
Society
Mrs. Samuel Gurss of Miami
Beach entertained at Louis' Patio
Grill last' week in honor of her sis.
tor, Mrs. R. J. Bergeron of Chicago.
Among those attending were Mcs-
dames J. Price, Morris Bernow,
Morris Spitalny, Harvey Drucker
and I- Reiss of Cleveland, D. Fried-
man of Youngstown, Mr?. I. Wcin-
stein, R. Neufeld, M. Plant, Jules
Perlman, Lewis Brown. I. New-
man. Paul -Marks. M. Krongold, E.
Cluck, Benjamin I.eVine, II. Fish-
er, Sain I.avine, J. Mannheimer, H.
Magid, .1. Greenberg, E. Stone,
Maurice Jacobs and Louis Zeientz.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Ballot of
this city announce the engagement
of their daughter, Natalie Sylvia,
to Mr. Samuel Goldstein of Allen-
town. I'a., the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Goldstein of that city. Mi -
Pallot is a popular member of the
younger Jewish set of this area,
being associated with the work of
the Junior Hadassah, the Junior
Council of .Jewish Women and the
Y. \V. II. A. She is a graduate of
the Miami Senior High School. Mr.
Goldstein is engaged in the paint
and glass business in Allentown,
Pa. The wedding will be an event
of the early summer.
* *
Mr. and .Mrs. Irvine; Roy of I.akc-
woodi N. J., are receiving congrat-
ulations on the birth of a baby boy
week. Mrs. Roy is the former
Esther Greenberg, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Greenberg of this
* *
March promises to be a month
that will go down in the history as
the greatest at the Biscayne Kcn-
tra and host of radio entertainers
to the track for a limited engage-
ment.
Gather's first appearance will be
Monday, March 8th, and prepara-
tions have been made to handle the
largest crowd in the history of the
track.
Garber is one
Beach, will be exhibited to the pub-
lic at 10 o'clock Saturday morning
in the reception hall of the May-
flower Hotel, Seventeenth st. and
Alton road, Rosenberg announced.
The Bibles are printed on papy-
rus which was in use long before
modern printing paper was devel-
and one of the founders of Jack- Jewish family agencies show a
Mrs. Af- snialler reduction in total relief ex.
of the biggest jI"'d and n e,ach \2 i"ch,cs widfc
names in the show business today,'' feeP **>
, ... .. The Bibles contain a Greek trans-
and he will bring here the same .
. n. ation of the original Hebrew, to-
chestra and entertainers that;1"" u ,.
i i l j l: v_j_,. gclhcr with comments in Kasni, the
have been heard on his broadcast *:.,._ _
work of the French commentator
programs. ,
In fact, Jan has promised a ,-1 of that early day.
nes of special events, numbers i Rosenberg said that when he dis-
which he has never presented be- plays the Bibles Saturday he will
fore, and every fan who likes to reading before the asscm-
hear good music should not pass blage and make some personal corn-
up this opportunity. ments on the text as they may be
Even finer races than have been applied ^ to present day life at
: since the track opened Miami Beach.
Christmas night are promised dur-
ing the remainder of the season. Mr. Isaac Hartman, prominent
Every dog is in tip top condition, business man of Baltimore, Md.,
and the racing secretary has so left for his home Tuesday morn-
' many good dogs that he can pre-ling following a brief visit to
sen; eleven well matched races .Miami.
son Memorial Hospital,
rcniow. together with her husband,
was among the founders of Beth
David Congregation, Miami's pio-
neer synagogue, and herself con-
tributed liberally to the Beth Da-
vid Talmud Torah building.
She is survived by two brothers,
Mendel and Daniel Cromer. both of
penditures for the past year than
either non-sectarian or Catholic
agencies, according to a bulletin
on private and public relief in ur-
ban areas published by the social
security board. Seventy-one Jew-
ish organizations reported a drop
of 4.8' in relief costs between Oc-
tober. 1985, and October, lOfifi, at
Miami, and two sisters, Mrs. Ab- compared with a reduction of 9.2'.
raham Swidler, Chicago, and Mrs. in non-sectarian agencies and
Fannie Cowan, Miami. 11/,'/, in Catholic agencies.
SATURDAY NIGHT
nightly, including two feature
events.
An added attraction during
March will be the running of the
Derby eliminations, which will be
held to determine the eight dogs
which will run in the Biscayne

*
Grote Stueckgold, great prima
donna soprano of Metropolitan
opera fame, will be the guest boIo-
ist at a concert of the University
>f Miami symphony orchestra. Dr.
& |N PEWOtTC^
Derby over
course on the last night of the
meeting.
There are BO many good dogs el-
igible for this race that every one
elimination- probably 11
be just as good as the derby itself,
and these races should not be
missed.
The Biscayne track is conven-
iently located for everyone. It is
a short drive out N. E. Second ave.
or X. W. Second ave., or you can
nel Club. Not only are the pros- get a bus every few minutes from
the gruelling 38-mile Arnold Volpe conducting, here on j
for the finest greyhound rac-
ing ever Been in Miami, but the
entertainment' offered along with
the nightly eleven races.
When Paul Whiteman closes his
engagement at the popular north
side oval, Jan Garber, the idol of
the airlanes, will bring his orches-
behind the Venetian arcade, and
the fare is only 10 cents.
*
Four volumes of the Hebrew Old
Testament, including the Prophets,
printed 365 years ago and now in
the possession of Moescha Rosen-
berg, 1728 Lenox ave., Miami
THE FINEST
KOSHER WINE
nDs;> is: p
FOR PASSOVER
Port, Malaga. .Muscatel. Sherry. Tokay. Blackberry
and Sour Wines
Under the Superx islon of
RABBI TENDLER of New York
And RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER or Miami
Distributed by
FLORIDA BUSHKILL BEER DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
261 \. W. Twenty-Second Street
BEN FLEEM IN
PHONE 34889
.March 8tii at 8:45 p. m., at Or-
chestra Hall, Miami Senior High!
school auditorium.
This Tschaikowsky-Wagner pro-
gram, with Mine. Stueckgold to i
sing the Wagner, will be the high
point of Miami's season musically.
Mme. Stueckgold has a tremendous
following, has starred not only at
the Metropolitan, but at Covent
Gardens in London and under the
baton of the foremost European
conductors. In Europe she enjoys
unchallenged supremacy.

Mrs. Sarah Afremow, 72, pio-
neer Miamian residing at 821 Jef-
ferson ave., Miami Beach, died
Tuesday in a local hospital follow-
ing a brief illness.
Services were held Thursday
morning at the Carter Funeral
Home, with Rabbi Max Shapiro of-
ficiating. Interment was in Beth
David section of the City Cemetery.
Mrs. Afremow, widow of the late
David Afremow, came to Miami 30
years ago. Her husband was a di-
rector of the Bank of Bay Biscayne
Hear the World's Heavyweight Champion Tell
How He Will Fight Joe Louis in
Their Title Bout

We Take Pleasure and Pride in Announcing That
Kosher Passover Dairy Products
will be produced by us in compliance with the Jewish laws, under the supervision of
RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
Of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
And in the Presence of a MASHGIACH, Appointed by the Rabbis
IF YOU ARE NOW \ CUSTOMER OF THE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS
ASS-N INSTRUCT YOUR ROUTE MAN ABOUT YOUR REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
PASSOVER PERIOD.
IF YOUR DAIRYMAN. NOW SERVING YOU, WILL NOT BE PREPARED TO
SERVE KOSHER PASSOVER PRODUCTS, WE SHALL BE HAPPY TO SERVE YOU
PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW.
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Miami Home Milk Producers
Association
768 N. W. 18th Terrace
Phone 2-769?)