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The Jewish Floridian ( March 12, 1937 )

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^Jems/i Floridlam COMBING Tlhe JiewHslh Vn'ilty Vol. 10—No. 11 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 12. 1937 Price Five Centi THE WORLD'S WINDOW FATE OF A JEW By LUDWIG LEWISOHN This culumn JK copyrighted by I ho Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part is strictly forbidden. Any infringement will be prosecuted. When I am tired and need to be amused and stirred at the same time I take up the books of Kurt Tueholsky. Not quite as often since the news came last summer by Associated Press from Sweden that Tueholsky, who had for years carried about with him a vial of powerful poison, had finally drunk its contents in Stockholm and had left a world which he loved so intensely. He was in his forty-sixth year. three central books "Under Five Pseudonyms," "The Smile of Mona Lisa," "Learn to Laugh Without Weeping," are all collections of the sketches, satires, poems which he contributed to the Weltbuhne. Until these books were forbidden in Germany they enjoyed a very wide sale and popularity among the most judicious and cultivated peoAt its meeting last Tuesday Renowned Cantor To Appear Here An unusual treat is in store for local residents and tourists tonight, tomorrow and Sunday nights, when Cantor Samuel Vigoda will connight Sholem lodge of B'nai B'rith, duct the services at Beth Jacob'the largest B'nai B'rith lodge south Congregation, Miami Beach. Canof Philadelphia, outlined a cam-' tor Vigoda was horn in Dobroziu, I paign which it will wage in Plor| ida to secure the passage of leg-1 islation designed to prevent the dissemination of propaganda encouraging race hatred and diserimB'NAI B'RITH LODGE TO WAGE FIGHT ON INTOLERANCE Russia, where he received his early musical training at the hands of his father, who was a prominent cantor. He later studied at the Hungarian Conservatory of Music j ination. The law which will be pie. The day will come, however Klausenberg and then accepted introduced as soon as the Florida far off, when they will be revived and remembered. For mankind permits nothing to perish that is of the highest order of merit. All this Tueholsky must have known. There was, indeed, a very little that Tueholsky did not know. Yet of He had made a good deal of money ; that little gap of ignorance he perby his writings and had, of course, ished. The one thing he refused taken the money out of Germany, to understand drove him to a tragic I have been told by friends who and untimely -t.eath. knew him that he had additiona means and that his health was good. His last book, published in 1982, showed him at the very height of his amazing talent, if not genius. Before going to Sweden he had long lived in France. The ferociiy if his attacks on contemporary The substance of all his writings, like the substance of all the writings of the great wits and sat i lists, was the discrepancy between the real and the ideal Germany. In the name of his ideal of Garthe position as the chief cantor in the largest temple in Budapest. where he served until 1923, when he came to the United States to succeed the lalv Cantor Joseph Rosinblatt at the First Hungarian Congregation. For the past seven years he has served as cantor of the Jewish Center of University Heights in New York. Cantor Vigoda is famed for his liturgcial chanting and has made a number of concert tours of the United Stateand Europe, where he appeared in the leading capitals. He returned this week from a triumphant tour of South America. This will be Cantor \ Igoda's only epin this a ;'a. A nomin.l' manv he castigated the real Ger"" %  """•">"'J i „ ,.. ,, ii I eiirance ill th;s a' i'a. A nomin. Germany, his Jewishness, his pac• %  J-wtt the lightifist and radical leaning, made him enin %  il '-; %  *"''and incom-1 *"j > an almost inevitable object for be parable fury. There were those of "' Synonslaughts of those bands of Nazi gangsters who had long ago murdered Walter Rathenau and craekvd the skull of Maximilian Harden. Yet when these gangsters and murderers actually came into power and Tueholsky knew that a return to Germany was impossible and that within his lifetime Germany was not likely to be the Germany o.' lis outraged love and dreams, he took his own life. He was born in Bc.iin in IH'JO and as a very young man began t> contribute essays, sketches, satire*, poems to the famous weekly jour| Most of Beth Jacob us who, prior to 1983, said: "He I "gogue. roes too far." We know better i "V* i now. He did not go too far. He M()Ve tO OUllU was precisely, scientifically right. I But as what did he castigate Germany? In what character and according to what norms? As a X( w Y(|| k (WNS| The tint Jew! N". As a German? Not f()| mil| mm ( |nu .. in| ,,„, erection ,„ %  qui.e, even accord ng to himself. a temp e ()f 1 e i>fious aM( | ( .j v j| )ihTolerance Temple On that point he has obscure doubts of his own. Aa radical |acifist and lover of justice who city at the New York World's Fair was taken by the American Committee of Religious Rights and MiGerman language, the cities and the countrysides of Germany. He never denied his Jewish origin. nal founded and ed'ted by Siegfried Jacobsohn, "Die Weltbuhne," which he edited for some years alter Jacobson's untimely death and which still exists as an emigre publication in Prague and is for sale at a well known Fifth ave. bookshop. Thus it will be seen that Tueholsky would not even have been silenced by exile. Yet the pen fell from his hand. Why? He was a great wit and a great master of language. He was a virtuoso of German prose comparable to some first rate master of an instrument. Under his touch the language could effortlessly thunder and cry, laugh and weep. He made it thi nder and laugh oftenest. For he was, as I have said, a great wit, but also a great humorist. And, in addition, he had t'n:soul of a lyrist and the modern loved the German landscape, the nor | t i eB w |,en it wrote to Grover A. Whalen. president of the World', Fair Corporation, for an appointment to discuss the proposal. The his friends and fellow k tu r was g|gned by Mj( hli( .| \ V jiworkers were Jews. His pages are |amg ^.^ rf lh( Ca tholic pubpeppered with Jewish names and Ucat j 0Bf t he Commonweal, Dr. John references, H:s most triumphant single character, that of Heir Wenegislature will convene follows: Whereas, in a large number of states throughout the United States, recognizing the necessity of the passage of laws to prevent the dissemination of antiSemitic propaganda, leading citizens, both Jewish and non-Jewish, as well as numerous organisations, have united to urge their legislative representatives to favor such laws, Be It Resolved. In Sholem lodge of B'nai B'rith that Benator-elel Kriu-st l.rafiam and members of the legislature-elect. John .1. I.indsey, George E. Holt mid ll. r. fhrarslraat. al! ;•<' HsriVi County, be and the) are hereby urged and requested to lend their every effort to the end that the legislation hereinafter proposed be enacted by the legislature of Florida in its coming session. And Be It Further Resolved, that a ropy of these resolutions l,e forwarded to each of the B'nai B'rith lodges in the state of Florida and they be urged to contact their respective legislators and urge their support of this important legislation. "It shall be unlawful for an) person, or persons, acting singly, jointly or collectivelv. whether individually or in an> society, within the State of Florida, to print, disseminate. distribute or cause to be printed, disseminated or distributed any written, printed, muftigraphftL mimeographed, photostated or photographed book, statement, newspaper, or otherwise, urge, create, or tend to create hatred, ridicule, violence or hostility against any group of persons resident in this state because of their race, color or religion. "Any person violating any of the provisions of this act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be sentenced to pay a fine of one hundred dollars or to suffer imprisonment for sixty days, or to suffer both such fine and imprisonment at the discretion of the court." And Be It Further Resolved, that the Anti-Defamation Committee of this lodge be and it is hereby directed to use its every effort to acquaint the general citizenry of the state of Florida with 'he purposes of this resolution. Among those who will l< u.' the State in the interests of this legislation, which is similar to legislation proj used in many states and in congress, are Mr. Isaac Levin, pa .' president of the local lodge; Elry Stone, prominent attorney and vice president of the lodge; Nathan Adelman, president; K. Albert Pallot, Milton A. Friedman and J. L. Shochet. chairman of the anti-defamation committee of the lodge. The recently organized Florida B'nai B'rith Federation will take an active part in the campaign. Those desiring to enlist in this fight to prevent race hatred are urged to communicate with any member of the committee. Hcwland Lathrop of the (lunch of the Saviour, Brooklyn, alnd Dr. Rules Shadchen General Meeting Is Benefactor To Be Held Sunday driller, is the character of a ^' ow -, Stephen S. Wise. Recalling that ardly, frightened, servile Berlin • M^Q fj r8 t srreat contribution in the Montreal (WNS) Cupid found All members and friends of the Jew, SO degraded in his slavish yet I jj rect j on ()f inter-religious comity a Hue friend in Chief Justice R. Miami Jewish Orthodox CongregaBUperficial German assimilationism ^ mal \ K al the World's Fair in A. R. Greenshields when he ruled tion are urged to attend an imthat he is ready with appetite • nd |ChicagO in 18'.':! by the World Parthat a shadchen performs a service portant congregational meeting on unction to lick the boots of even| Hanjent of Re i iKions ." the letter mtnkind and la entitled to be Sumla >" evening, March 15th, at 8 the Hitler dictatorship if only that, ilU( d out that "we could make no; ^ o'clock, wlhen announcement will dictatorship will let him. Nor H' ( |,. s j lu ble contribution in the j | ,aul IOr ,l m aecw,on tta be made of the purchase of a site there in all of Tueholsky's pages %  | ^ m (>f wMgioUi and rlu ia | toler. l "' ease of Shadchen L. Pascal for thfi erect ion of a sy „agogue one kind or understanding word| a m e at tW> tinle whon s „ many i against S. Shapiro. 'I he latter had and Talmud Torah building for the concerning the Jewish people j f orcea ()f hatl wl are at large in j PW Pascal WMI down Ptynjmt congregation. Plans for the Passssed and for the sented. irtue and high ideals. In a deep |~ ."" ., b| ot her | v t „ „ nl another, vi << Dennenburg. When Shapiro |^ bHef address will be delivered concerning the Jewish people forcea ((f hatred are at large In P" rascal *iu as a aown payment ^.n^gation. pi ans for h e There was his tragedy. There was |h< w(i| ., (| t V( n ,„ ()U| ownc ountry, "" %  fee of 200 lf m connived an ovc| holidays wi n be discuss the dark gap in the knowledge and thjMJ U) „,,,, a sm im dedicated engagement and niarr.age between a report of the activities f insight of this man of genius and ; ^ (hc j(k>al tnat men art t0 |„. Shapiro's daughter. Lillie, and Di^ half year wiU bl ,„.,, ;just and brotherly to one ;i i a higher plane in espet tive of their racial origin s his own Heir theh reliK j ous affiliation, their political connection." sense, though on of course, he wa Wendriner. If the Germans would only let him live and support his novelist's touch in the delineation' family, Wendriner was ready to I of character. Comparisons are alshout: "Hcit .Hitler!" If Get-, But ha est (WNS) — Charging ways misleading and inadequate. many wou ld only conform a little tha) th(i B na B > ritn ls on i y a band But to give an idea of the man's to his ideal—his fundamentally prodigious endowment I might say though unadmittedly Jewish ideal that he belongs with Aristophanes. of a righteous nation, Tueholsky | with Swift, with Heine, with Luwal rea dy to shout: "Deutschland cian among the few quiet supreme uber a n es ," no matter what bemasters of both mordant and latughing satire and irony. His (Continued on Page 8) of Freemasons who are warring againstNazi Germany, the Naii parties in Roumania have presentsucceeded, Pascal refused to pay. The court ruled that Pascal must pay the balance of 1190 despite defense counsel's plea that the con tract between Shapiro and the shadchen was contrary to publicorder ami good morals. "If more people were married and remained married in fulfillment of their ns". by Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the congregation. The Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation now occupies the synagogue at 1545 S. W. Third St., where it has been since its founding. The need for a Talmud Torah building to house its daily religious classes and Sunday school and quarters for its many activities has liage vows until death do them t"o Premier Georg I part, public order would be proTatares'cu demanding that the B'nai cured and good ".....Is would1 ,,e-| made ,t impera .ye that a new B'rith IKsuppressed. I vail." Judge Greenshields declared. | build ng be erected.



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1 1 .-.f.xtwo TIIK JKWISI! II.ORIDIAN Friday. .March 12, 1937 \ Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Phillips. i>f Baltimore are spending some ^ time in .Miami. A Yiddish play and concert is |S e| SO'CI ETY bars of the organization. A splendid time is promised those attendin:;. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Berlin or Mrs. Joseph Williamson. Temple Israel Sisterhood is spon. soring a dessert bridge on Mon1S i 1 being; sponsored under the direc-1 tion of A. Bramson on Wednesday evening, March 31st. at Beth Da^i vid Talmud Torah Hall. isponsored by the local Zionist disgregation is in full charge of the ven, Albert R. Rosenthal, Tobias day, March 22nd, at 2 p. m. at the trict. Full details will appear in preparation of strictly kosher dairy Simon, Herbert Simon, Henry Bu!Dallas Park Hotel. Mrs. A. M. Mrs. Sander Argintar| an early issue. products for the Passover holidays bin, Samuel Kate and Amelia Sand. Cohen and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan for the Land o'Sun Dairy of Miami ler. Greeting the guests will be will be hostesses. The public is Beach. A special dairy, the Acme the hospitality committee, consistinvited to attend. Mr. and of Asheville. \\ ('., are visiting their brother, Mr. Oscar Argintarl The Florida Bushkill Beer Dis<>f this city. Mr. Argintar is a past I tributors will provide Miami Jewry I Dairy, one of the largest in this ing of Mesdames Benjamin LeVine, president of the Bikur Chollm Conwith the finest of strictly kosher area.' has been set aside for the chairman; William Uhlfelder, J. A. gregation of Asheville. • Mr. and Mrs. Revan of Ashewines for Passover, prepared and bottled under the supervision of purpose of taking care of Passover Kichter and M. L. Marcus, lairy products for Jewish consumpn short stay. Rabbi Tendlei of -New York City j tion and a resident Maahgiach will I An important board meeting i. C, are visiting Miami for and RabW Abraham A. Kellner of b e stationed there during the enuf the Ladies' Auxiliary of the the Miami Jewish Orthodox Contire Passover week. The finest of Jewish Welfare Bureau will be held gregation. The "Jarden" wines, butter, cheese, sweet and sour .„ n Miami Beach Southern Cafcontaining some of the finest docream and milk will be obtainable eteria ;i! | 63 Washington ave., on mestic wines in port, malaga, musal n „ increase in price. Customers Monday. March loth, at noon. All catel, sherry, blackberry and sour and those desiring to obtain these members are urged to attend. wines, will be distributed and may products are urged to make their • • • be obtained at leading stores in the reservations with their route men Greater Miami area. Distribution ,„ phone the dairy immediately. is under the direction of Ben Flee. Rabbi David Clein of Beth Jaman. long time resident. co b Congregation is associated with Rabbi Dr. Jacob 11. Kaplan of Temple Israel will be the guest speaker at the late services tonight at Beth David Congregation, beginning at 8 o'clock. The usual chanting and singing will be directed by Cantor Louis Dayman and Beth David choir. Saturday! morning services begin at 9 o'clock, Rabbi Kellner in of the products. the supervision with the Junior Congregation meet. I)cspiu tht mctement wl atniM m>r : 10:,! "' Tropical Park has been attracting large crowds daily and exceptionalPierre Van Passen, intonation, spk ndid rac has )et n t ho ally famous journalist, will be the \ Uatun in the openlng wek of thL guest speaker at a gala meeting s| „jng meet, which will close Florhome of Mrs. I.ouis Handel. Mr. on Sunday evening, March 28th, A chapter of the Palestine Worn. i n's Pioneer organization of America was organised recently at the r E. GORDON Jewish Rituals Vice-President CARTER & WIXSOM, Inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 51 1 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-8121 Residence Phone 2-1398 EXCLUSIVE ROOMS FOR JEWISH CASKS Boris Schlachman, executive director of the Young Men's Hebrew Association and its allied organizations, was unanimously re-elected for another term at a meeting of the board of directors of the "V" last Wednesday night. This will mark the beginning of a third consecutive term for Cantor Schlachman, during which time considerable funds have been raised and progress made towards tile erection of a community building for the "Y." • An important meeting of the I.aKatz. The wedding will take pla ida's lacing season in this area. Samuel Segal of New York, repSome upsets have occurred during resenting national headquarters of the week and long shots have been the organization, outlined the work in the running. Some of the finof the organization in a brief adest thoroughbreds in the country dress. Officers chosen for the loare now located at this beautiful cal chapter include Mrs. Henry f aM ,j| Vi witn Ral)bi Jacob „ K;l! ,. track and taking part in what is Seitlin, chairlady; Mrs. Sadie Han).,„ officiating. There will be a redestined to be one of the best | del. treasurer, and Mrs. Rose Dech( t .|,t;, m f rom s to 11 p. m. No meets in the history of this attracowitz, secretary. A brief address cardg wil] ll( |SSU( (| Mj ss Jacobs live racing park. was given by the newly elected wil] ,,.,„, ;(s hl ,,. maU of hono| MJM Rummage is being asked for the store of the Jewish Welfare Bureau at 167 X. W. Fifth st. A phone call to Mrs. J, L. Harts, who is chairman, will bring someone for the eastoff clothing or similar aidies' Auxiliary of the Miami-Jewticles requested. isn Orthodox Congregation will beheld next Tuesday evening, March Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Jacobs an16*. beginning at 8 o'clock at the nounce the engagement of their synagogue. All members daughter, Vivienne, to Bernard to attend, as reports of the recent ball will be presented. An imporhome of the bride-elect's <""t announcement will be made regarding the purchase of a '.ot Bl the parents, 2346 X. W. Second st., at 7 p. m. mi Sunday, .March 21-1. in the presence of the immediate foi the erection of a Talmud Torah building for the congregation. .El elected 1 Poalei Hotel Astor Washington at 10th St. MIAMI BEACH 70 rooms, each with bath; radio in every room; steam heated; spacious lobby, enclosed sun parlor, beautiful patio, free solarium. D. ROSNER Owner and Operator and she will be assisted by memDR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST 1761 X. W. 36th St. Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2111 DR. EDWIN J. COHEN CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN Announces the Opening of His Office at 1501 Congress Building MIAMI, FLORIDA the president. Members of the roaie. I(hl Sa|V| an) M( Mu Tay Bul ; The annual concert sponsored by Zi l ,ar,v w in Miami addressed wjM a( ., ag )( sl man f()| th( g| oom Cantor Boris Schlachman for next the meeting. • • The Miami chapter of Senior ll-iThe Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jew(|assah w|1 h()|(| jts annua] Do|10 ,.: ish Welfare Bureau will observe j| uncheo „ „„ Monday> March 22nd, Mother's and Daughter's day at its at lhc Ti(|( s H()U ., Mjami Bt a( h regular meeting next Monday. Mrs Gertrude Bellin is chail man March 15th. at the Mayflower Hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Ida Optner, the president, will introduce Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner, who will give the invocation; Rabbi Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan, who will speak on "Motherhood," and Rabbi Colman Zwitman, who will give the benediction. The auxiliary will honor Mrs. Rose Moss, 87-year-old mother of -Mrs. Mark Weinbach, a member of the organization. A pantomime on motherhood will be presented under the direction of Mrs. II. X. Levy. Taking part will be Mesdames Joanette Good, Max Pepper, Edward Friedman, Morry KoISunday evening has been postponed because of a concert sponsored by Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, and will be held at the Miami Beach Elementary school on • Sunday evening. March 28th, heginning at 8 o'clock. f Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox ConSun. -Mon., March 14-16 William Powell Myrna I.oy—I.uise Rainer THE GREAT ZIEGFELD KGUST BROS R*]f Is the BEST M. L. MAKCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-IKfil •Drink For Your Stomach's Sake" OKI-ICE HOURS: 10-12—1-1 Also by Appointment Phone .'5-6814 Make Your Reservations Now for the PASSOVER HOLIDAYS at "The Skyscraper Hotel on the Ocean" Ocean Drive at Twelfth and Thirteenth Streets STRICT!.! KOSHER CUISINE Where 3? ")W3 Is a Reality PASSOVER MEALS SERVED TO THE PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY! The World Famous CANTOR SAMUEL VIGODA Will Conduct Services FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 12th SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 18th and SUNDAY EVENING. MARCH 14th at BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Miami Beach Admission $1.00 Includes All Services Tickets May Be Obtained at the Synagogue Vogue says "pull on long gloves when you wear short sleeves" ... and here they are in plain six and eight-button lengths for daytime wear with smart resort costumes. Fashioned of white imported kid. MAIN STORE, STREET FLOOR, AND BURDINB'S LINCOLN KCIAI) Burdi JIG'S



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Friday, March 12, 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti floridIan I 1.1 HUDA s ONX Y 'K H wttUV PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by thr JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN IMIHI.ISHING CO. P. O. Box 2 ,, S'ewl Tower BIIIK. Miami. Flor' la EDITORIAL OF.ICES: 621 S. W. Fifteenth AvWHM Phone 2-83'H Phone 2-11-3 J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circuli.tion MHIIUKIT BERNARD Field R MORGENSTERN i-prcHcntativc Bntcred %  second elftM nuitu-r July 4. 1(80. at the Post Office at Miami. Florida. under the Act of March 1, 1*79. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M RUBIN Representative WEST I'AIM BEACH MRS M. SCHREHNICK Reprcsent-itive ORLANDO MRS. B. J. COHEN ReprcHcntntive TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLER Represeiitiitivc SUBSCRIPTION FRIDAY. MARCH 12, 1937 Vol. 10—No. 11 livia, Ecuador, Uruguay and PanSC Military Control in Palestine if ama. He also reported that the Violence Continues democratic principles inherent in Jerusalem (WNS-Paleor Agency) South American republics had deIf the renewed disturbances in Paleated efforts to introduce antieal'ine continue their menacing Semitism. Despite immigration reform, control of the country will be strictlons, Jewish agricultural assumed by the military authoriworkers were still welcome in South ties, it was reliably learned. This America, he found. The bulk of development came after curfew in German-Jewish refugees, 10,000, Jerusalem, imposed in an attempt have settled in Argentina. Brazil to brake the passions which flamed has absorbed N.000 and Chile I,OOO. high following a series of incihe stated, dents which started with the shooting of a Jew on his way to the Wailing Wall for prayer, was lift, ed as officials considered the danger of outbreaks had subsided. A solemn tension reminiscent of the middle of 1 ( ..'S<> gripped the city as the authorities fixed curfew from '.I p. m. to 6 a. m. Steel-hclmeted Society I irl 1 Rose Seeks Concession for Anti-Nazi Chamber of Horrors at World's Fair New York (WNS) Taking advantage of Mayor La Guardia's suggestion that a figure of Hitler ought to be .he principal exhibit in a < York' police patrolled the streets, all traf*• %  "f the hotel. fie between here and Tel Aviv and between Jaffa and Tel Aviv was amber or horrors at New suspended, the main exits from JeVVorld's Fa'r, Hilly Hi. Jacob H. Kaplan of Tempi* Israel will be the guest speaker at the late Friday evening services at Beth David synagogue tonight. His subject at tonight's service will be "Perfect." Cantor I.ouis Ilayman and the Beth David choir will chant the services. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 with the Junior Congregation holding its services at 10:30. & a Mr. Maurice Levin of the President Hotel announces that a prominent cantor will conduct the Sader services both nights and will be assisted by the world famous Rev. Zvi Hirsch Masliansky, who is a Reservations for Passover are urged immediatey because of the limited capacity Rose fusalem were barricaded and sent a cermas promoter of spectacU tified check for 15,000 to the ] lnt World's Fair commission as %  • -'•• between camelled performances. With Although Jan Garber and his faille a delifting of the curlew, traffic moUR la(,i broadcasting orchestra Tel Aviv and Jaffa was were practically rained out during the past week in the resumed, Jewish buses were arcomgrandstand Congratulations The Young Men's Hebrew Association and ..;ini/; 1 lions are to he congratulated on the re-electi tor Boris Sch!achman as its executive director. Well liked Germany on a five-acre tract. The in the entire community by both Jews and non-Jews. Director exhibit would consist of a chamber Schlachmar, given the opuortunity. and unfettered by per-j<>f honors dramatizing the life of sonal likes and ambitions, can do much towards realizing the Hitler, a visual and authenticated goal ... the erection of a home for the "Y." .portrayal of the concentration The Jewish Floridian will not hesitate to criticize when tamp, a factual representation in the occasion warrants it ... it will aid at all times to do [wax of the blood purge, a hall of to the members, the officers and direc-; culture comprising books burned persed by the police. Fatal incidents leading up to the curfew followed each other in sw-ft succession. The first victim was Yehuda Schneerson, -12-year-old son of a rabbi and secretary of the Jerusalem Revisionist organization, who was shot int he back and seriouslv wounded by an Arab lurkr and his boys at the track for another week, starting Monday night. Garber, who is known professionally as "The Idol of the Airwave--," brings with his band a group of famous entertainers and radio personalities including Russell Brown, Lew Palmer. Fritz Heilbron and good. It is now up to the members, the officers and direc-, culture comprising books tors of the "Y" to make room for outstanding men in the by the Nazis, a symphony orches—---J^-^ H[^"^ v "the j Rud y *<">: o the three Rynn Wailing Wall. Later one Arab was br thers. H'l,Ul % %  a v % % % % % % %  ——-... _„_ „ community who can aid in building the "Y." It should betra playing works bannei in come that which it professes to want to be ... a character building institution. We feel certain that, given full rein. Director Schlachman will receive the aid of our rabbinate the leading and well worth citizenry of the community that real cultural and character building can begin at once. To that end we pledge our aid. many and a human diorama of the eichstag fire. Rose said that the proposed exhibit would ]>)ay to 10,000,000 people if he got the concession. shot dead anil another slightly wounded near Rehavia. while Stanislaw Sluga. a Polish-Christian laborer, employed in a Jewish grove near Ness Ziona, was critically wounded when he was mistaken for a When Jan made his professional debut in music circles shortly after the war, he specialized in an enSo the Kettle Calls the Pot Black What a travesty one could call it were it not more of a tragedy just imagine a discredited would-be leader far from the real ideas and ideals of the Jewish faith groping blindly for anything that might be termed an approach to religion ""d falling far from the mark imagine this talking about the failure of orthodoxy ... the delinquencies of rabbis and of ritual slaughterers. Too bad that there is no real head of the Jewish faith and a body that could call aueh as this usurper to account. In continental Europe we have often heard of "Courts of Honor" to which men are called when they stray from the right path. Even were this existent in this country, irresromibles who lack honor could not be included within the purview of such a body. However ... there is the natural law of retribution. 1 here is the old first make tertaining orchestra rather than a tuneful dance dispensing organization, and it was not till a short The United States government a .| e w. Two other Jews, among tlme &g0 tnat he revolutionized his gave notice today that it did not them Kliyahu Levy, 15 years old. stylt ; '" favor of the latter type ,if like recent attacks in the German were injured when Arabs began USI f'. ;>ress against American citizens throwing stones in the convent Critics were dubious about the and institutions. quarters. The shooting of Schneer'Ption that would be accorded Secretary Hull instructed Wilson stirred the Jewish community '**"*• tvlf 'b t once they liam K. Dodd, American ambnssadeeply, as this was the first time dor to Berlin, to express to the since last October that thee has derman foreign office this government's amazement and concern jver the violence of the denunciations. It was the second diplomatic Incident between the two counti icw thiii a week. Germany previously had protested against a speech in which Mayor Fiorello II. l.aGuardia of New York called Adolf Hit.. ..~ — — ... ... %  ,, ISOOU 101 six mourns in iwini.iii.tM saying. "He whom the gods would destroy the, J „ „ "brown-shirted fanatic and .^ foment| lh „ ,. e a wide mad." Perhaps this is true in our local instance. iu,ll had apulng.ze.1 i..rmlly for ^ iUmdm „„.,,. ,,,. WM ,, (M wit. 1 .. „ L aGuardia's remarks. ^ by ^ ^.^ aulhorilit s U( pr0 the at Jewish News Around the World Palestine Office in Czernowitz Wrecked .on of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations, in an address ai a dinner of the Har Zion Congregation. "Every right-minded person must deprecate the stupid myth I Guardia of racial superiority," he declared, „„.,. Zionist Congress Directors Named Roumania (WNS)—Valuable docJerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) uments and Palestine visas were | starting early on preparations for destroyed and other damage done tlu twentieth World Zionist Conin the Czernowitz Palestine office g naa this summer, the Zionist exby unknown vandals who broke into ecu tive announced the appointment the premises during the night. Al„,Franz Kahn as director and though the identity of the hoodFliu uilnian as vice-director of lums has not yet been established, tnJ ,.„,,,..•,. s s office. Both are suspicion is directed toward the Chechoslovakians. Revisionists, who have made simi, Officials said that the German press attacks to which Secretary Hull took exception had continued alter he apologized for Mayor La reference to Hitler. Berlin journals printed such bitter articles about LaGuardia. Jewish women who composed his audience and American municipal governments in general, thu ions of them were heard the new presentations, they there hawent awa V singing new been any such brutal violence in aml G r b* and his orchestra Jerusalem. I 8WunK to the P' naelc f PObHfl popMenacing overtones of Arab ter^ rorist preparations reverberated in Al tht Biscayne Kennel Club the various forms, including the inorchestra is presented in the grandjuring in Haifa of four Arabs when stan*htly from 8 o'clock until bombs which they were manufac'"'dnwht and the program 1M ing exploded prematurely. Sidky changed every ni K ht. The musical Tabbari, head of the Arab NationProTam is never the same arid al Committee in Tiberias, was banthere is constant parade of enished for six months to Ramallan tertainers before the "mike," with variety of song, novelty and There is no extra charge for ttraction. The admission to duce a bond of SI.000 to insure his \ thl 'track. 25 cents, is the only good behavior at Ramallah. The tariff. police blotter also recorded shooting at Yakhin in the Tulkarm districtest Contest and the sincerity of its on Thursday. Two hundred orange sponsors. trees in the Jewish settlement Old Gold offers 1.000 prizes to were damaged. The famous Kataling $200,000. The first prize is doorfc Agricultural school, the gov$100,000, and the other !)!y prizes einmenl institution for Jewish Btutotal $100,000. Here is the greatdent farmers on Mt. Tabor, was est opportunity ever offered you. of them wendescribed B | B0 the target for hillside snipers. And. Old Gold did not forget the here as unprintable in this country. (Jhiffirs drove off the attackers. Jewish people in this contest. This Der Angriff, said here to be the lar raids in Palestine. Poland and Belgium. Denies 20.0110 German South JeWI Settled America Police stated that the casualties contest started last month, but you were unknown. Two Arabs broke have plenty of time to enter it. It into a hut in an Arab grove in Tulis not too late, karni and shot an Arab watchman Jews Claim to Be God's Chosen People New York I WNS ) Twenty thousand of the 100,000 Jews who emWashington, D. C. (WNS)ignited from Germany in theUsj Charge, that the Jews had arrolour years have Mttledin South gated to themselves the title of America, u wa. "Ported bj Dr. •W. 5.0 en people" were brandBruno We,, Be, hn .ittorncy I ed a "stupid myth" by Rabbi Wilvice-president of the Central Vei Jim Margies of New York, chair, ein, on his return from a v,,t o n;;u ol the social justice commisArgentina, Brazil. Chile, le.u, Bo Official organ of the German labor front, aroused particular resentment in official Washington quarters by i's references to women who attended the meeting at which LaGuar Hull a complaint from Mrs. Stephen KWise, chairman of the women's lection of the American Jewisn Congress, calling attention to an article published by Der Angriff in, .March. 5th. he asl^-1 the Eecretarj to in;. s up n a d savowal of the article, which she described as an insult to the 1.20U Amerl an worn state of the Union. en at thr luncheon. questi a a It'llUUtl 111* MIWVIUB "• —.---.1 k The World's Greastacted after he bad receive.I est Contest Is in Full Swing Start today. Go to your nearest cigarette dealer and ask him for a set of official Old Gold Puzzle Pictures, to. gether with full rules and details ab< ut tha contest. Follow the in-l: u 'tion I arefully and you will be entered in the contest at once. If your d-.-al:, cannot supply you with these puzzle send j i eq lest t-, ar g. this new paper and it Will IK given The old Gold Contest is the on.est that has ever bee:, conimn ediate attent on. ducted in this country. It reaches all c vi,the nation, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, into every e W GreatBear :n mind, to-1. li..it a:': -r ..oil try your first pack of Double Mellow Old Golds and you are not deligh.ed with them you get Double Your M .n. y Back. Success to You.



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I'a;c !•' ur THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Friday, March 12, 1987 I BULLETIN TEMPLE iSRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. Ott ice Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN RABBI COLMAN A. 2WITMAN 6996 Albacore Drive 530 N. E. 31st St. Miami Beach 6-V87f> Miami 2-9548 One HI both if lh" Ratlins will be at the Temple every mornin:,' throughout the year. Benjamin LeVine will be chairmen and hostesses of the affair, with the able assistance of Mrs. David Slann and Mrs. Lawrence Sapero. Admission to the luncheon and bridge will be SI per person, and reservations may be made by callins: any one of the hostesses. A record attendance is expected. YOUTH GROUP DANCE This Saturday evening, March 13th, 1887, at 9 o'clock the Youth Group of Temple Israel will sponsor its first dance in Kaplan Hall. Tickets are only 25c per person, and we expect all of the young people affiliated with the Temple to attend. The proceeds of the dance will go towards defraying the expenses of the graduation exercises and the confirmation, and this purpose, we believe, is sufficient reason for the support of this dance by all of our members. A NIGHT OF FUN MIAMI BEACH CONGREGATIONAL Dr. Nissan Touroff, one of the pioneers in the field of pedagogical psychology, and a founder of the modern Palestinian school system, will be the guest speaker at Temple Israel this Friday evening, March 12th, 1987, at 8:15 p. m. Dr. Touroff will address Miami Jewry %  in the subject of "National Psychology—Normal and Abnormal." In the cultural development of our people, through its self-assertion in the modern Hebrew literature, Dr. Touroff may he regarded as a disciple and exponent of Achad Ifaam's prophetic analysis and theory concerning the Jewish people. Dr. Touroff, born in Russia, idied in the Moscow schools and was a graduate of the Moscow of art. After his graduaI 01 fl im the Hebrew Teachers' llejre in Wilna, he went to Geriny, and there studied at the University of Berlin, University of Leipzig and University of Jena. In the University of Lausanne in Switzerland, he received the highi • degree awarded by that uniy, the degree of "Docteur-esletties," for his outstanding work hology and education. n receipt of this degree Dr. Tout as called by St. Petersburg Society for Propagation of mg the Jews of Russia, asuperintendent of their school 1:. 1907 he was called by • Zion ai head of a school in : I ini. He organized t:,o e for Women, and II ad of the bueau lucation the entire edit system i Pa e tine. This held un( afte the war. in Palestine he was also the first the new-paper "Il.iuictz." Ii ading newspaper in Palestine. In 1919 Dr. Touroff came to America, founded the Boston He brew Teachers College, whence he was called by Dr. Stephen S. Wise to become head of the department of Hebrew literature in the Jewish Institute of Religion in New York. | In 1930 he became the dean of the Jewish Institute of Religion. For the past few years Dr. Touriff has been devoting his time %  olely uo the collection of his writings, and to the publication of his iife work, which will be published in Hebrew, dealing with temporary currents in psychology and psyhology iii connection with ('(lucation. Dr. Touroff's only public appearince as a speaker in the past two years will take place at Temple Isacl this Friday evening, upon the invitation of Rabbi Zwitman, who is a Student Of Dr. Touroff's. The entire Jewish community is cordially invited to attend the lecture and the reception sponsored by the Sisterhood, which will follow the set v IT. As a continuance of the promotion of a better feeling and understanding between the various groups of our Jewish community, Dr. Kaplan has been extended an invitation by Rabbi Max Shapiro to be the guest speaker at the Beth David Congregation this Friday evening, March 12th, 1987, at 8 iVlock. His subject will be entitled "Perfect." SISTERHOOL | 0 o An important social function will be the luncheon and bridge sponsored by the Temple Israel Sisterhood at the Blackstone Hotel next Wednesday afternoon, March 17th, 1937, at 12:30 noon. Mrs. .1. N. Morris, Mrs. J. A. Richter and Mrs. i ..:..%  in'i, imiiHIIHIIttl GREYHOUND LINES l.KKMIOI Ml TERMINAL AT MIAMI UEAt II FOR < I ;i; i I Bl s INFORMATION ,11 NORTIIRt REt'l BIS INFORMATION I)L. r 1 0-1 O 'I ND BUSSES LEAVK FROM "• *" IOIZ "1") Washington Avenue On Wednesday evening, March 21th, 1987, a most unique and unusual treat in the field of entertainment will be accorded to the local community by Temple Israel.' On that even ng a night of fun will he had by all attending, and that night will be remembered for a long time. The Night of Fun will consist of an old-fashioned nickelodeon show. "The original Hiram Rubin Nickelodeon Show," with Mr. Rubin himself presiding at the festivities, featuring old-time movies which were shown in 1906 and l'.lOT, will be presented. Such classics las "The Hazards of Helen" (1907),! the "Farmer's Daughter" and the | "Great Flirtation," which Mr. Rubin has exhibited at the private party of Mrs. \V. K. Vanderbilt in New York this fall, will delight' the spectators. An old-time community sing will also be conducted by Mr. Rubin with his collection of slides of the '90 Refreshments and entertainnun. conforming with the spirit of .In performance will be supplied and dancing will follow until the wee hours of the morning in Kapla 1 Hall. Admission for the entire evening is only SI, and an immediate purchase of tickets is advisable. Tickets may be obtained by calling the Temple offie, 2-7745, or from Mr. Abe Aronovitz. Mrs. Tobias Simon, Mr, Herbert U. Feibelman, Mr. Isaac Levin, Mrs. Hyman N. Levy, Mr. Max Orovitz, Mr. D. J. Apte, Mr. J. Gerald Lewis. Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. J. A. Richter. Mr. Leonard Epstein, -Mis. Morr s Plant, Dr. Frank Coret, Mr. A 1 man. Mr. -lack Heinle n a I Mrs. Jacob il. Kaplan. "Florida's Finest American-Jewish Dinner" ST. REGIS RESTAURANT 446 COLL1N/ AV£. A/MANN! Bt ACH Ritter's Hotel La Flora Hotel COLLINS AVE. AT THIRTEENTH Seder Serv'ces Conduct', d i.y REV. HARRY GOLD Special Passover Delicacies Served RESERVATIONS LIMITED Make Your Reservations Early Special Low Kates for Passover Week For Reservations Phone 5-3671 DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED Modern Gss Cookery Is Clean In cooking with a modern Roper gas range, you'll have no difficulty at all in keeping things spotless. Range and utensils alike can be kept the way you like them. 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Friday, March 12, 1937 Miami Y. M. H. A. Notes By HARRY SCHWARTZ THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five Addressing the board of directors of the Y. M. H. A. last Wednesday, Mr. A. C. Cohen, well known communal worker, stressed the importance of an immediate concerted drive to raise the necessary funds required in the undertaking and erection of a Jewish Community Center. At the present time Chairman E. Albert Pallot of the Y. M. H. A. building committee, is receiving necessary data for a suitable lot. When sufficient information has been secured, letters will be sent to representative leaders of each and every Jewish organization in the Greater Miami area tx> meet at some designated place to decide on the most suitable site. A splendid picture, dazzling in the magnitude of its conception, brilliant in magnificence of execution, the Seventh Avenue Theatre great "Ziggy," himself, in the very heyday of his triumph, would have viewed with proud satisfaction. A musical, a girl-glorifying show, an art director's tour de force, "The Great Ziegfeld" nonetheless, tells a warm, pulsingly human story of individuals—those glittering, glamorous personalities of theatrical royalty. Frequently they parade in their own proper persons as do Fannie Brice, Harriet Hoctor and Ray Bolger. Again they are skillfully portrayed, as is the base with Eddie Cantor Will Rogers and similarly far-famed stars. And there are other amazingly colorful characters not so heavily d Bgnised, but that they may be recognized by all familiar with the backstage Broadway scene. Among the "Y" members seen strutting at the Floridian Hotel dance given by the Jewish Orthodox Congregation, were Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blum berg, Louis Safan and Betty (Ft. I.auderdale) Markowitz, Charles Add man and Esther Cromcr, Jeani'ttc Karasik and Harold Levine, living Rotfort and Blanche Scligman. Ida I'eele and Alfred Kantor. E. Albi it Pallot -lined it, being that his niece. Nat. alie Pallot, and Mr. Sam Goldstein were recently engaged. Mozel Tov. next Sunday and Monday will present an opulent, eye-filling entertainment' in a production which the Win $100,000 Start Right Now An exciting contest, with $200,Odll in Cash Prizes, was announced in this newspaper lasl month. This contest' is sponsored by the makers {of Double-Mellow Old Gold Cigarettes. Since its announcement it has captivated the American public and has created such unu.-ual interest that from every village and town contestants are filing their entry forms. Everyone want's to win one of the 1,000 prizes. And the makers of Old Gold Cigarettei did not forget to include their Jewish friends in this contest, ai is evidenced by the repeated announcements in our publication. .Many of our readers have already entered this contest. They are working hard on the puzzles. All are anxious to win. If you have not' yet entered the contest it is not too late. Go to your nearest .cigarette dealer and ask him for I a set of official Old Gold Puzzle Pictures, together with full rules I and regulations. Follow the instructions carefully and you will be entered in the contest at' once. If your dealer cannot supply you with these puzzles, send your request to this newspaper and it will be given immediate attention. Bear in mind, too. that after you try your first' pack of Double-Mellow Old Golds you are not delighted with them you get Double Your Money Back. Success to You. FOR AN ENJOYABLE Passover Make Your Reservations at JOE RUBIN Sea Breeze Hotel Second St. at Collins Ave. REASONABLE RATES FOR THE SADER Or for the Entire Meek Congratulations and best wishes ,i Miss Doris Scrlin and Hy Cohen, who will be tied in matrimony this Sunday. Don't forget fep attend tile Junior j Division girls' break dance Sunday, Match l^th, at the *Y" clubrooms. >)(ciai entertainment has been se-u eti to entertain the many visitors expected to attend. Admis•i n is 'JO cents for the men and 'JO cents for the ladies. Miss Shirley Rosenthal is chairman. The Y. W. H. A. has signed up Al Abrams and his swing band to play for their first annual competitive .am.evil.e and dance. Sunday, MarCfl gilt, at Kaplan Hall. i ha 'iir.an Josephine Kolman anil unces the entries of the follow.ng organizations, who will cornicle for a handsome grand prize: B nai B'I ith, Nathan Adelman, p.kSideM', Junior Council. Miss Lillian Wucher; A. Z. A., ( har.es Adelman; Book and Brief Club, Mrs. Ely Lear, and Miami Beach Jewish Social Set, Sheldon Dubler, president. To date a total of thirteen organizations have entered, which undoubtedly will add pressure to the judges. Hurry and send in | your organization entry if inter-! ested in tough competition. Milt Friedman, Cantor Louis Hay ma!., Sam Hand ana Boris will! represent the B'nai B'rith. while Maurice Fodor, Dave Traeger and Joseph Rownin will do their utmost to carry off honors for the Y. M. II. A. .'iv.! h Orphans to Say Kaddish for Christian Merchant Saloniki (WNS) -In an unprecedented gesture of good will towards the Jews and Jewish cusloir.s, th? family of the late Zissu \.eru. wealthy Saloniki Christian merchant and for many years president of the Saloniki Chamber of Commerce, have set aside a spe al fund for the benefit of 40 Jewish orphans who will say kaddish for Weru on his yahrzeit. Weru's fam. ily also contributed another large sum to establish a Zissu Weru ward in the Baron de Hirsch hospital. THE NEW CHEVROLET is a modern car with PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES Chevrolet's Perfected ITydraiilic Brakes arc unbelievably soft and easy to operate—always dependable—always safe and positive in action. Chevrolet's exclusive double-articulated brake shoe linkage assures a full contact of the brake lining with the drums when brakes arc applied. 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I'ajre Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, March 12, 1987 Jacksonville News Important News To Headers About Old Gold Puzzle Contest Mr. and Mrs. M. Margol celebrated the Bar Mitzva of their twin sons, Hilhcrt and Howard, this past week-end. Services were held in the Jacksonville Jewish Center Saturday morning and the twins were presented with leather hound Bibles by the center. Rabbi Margolia pronounced the blessings at the conclusion of which he Rave an inspiring talk on brotherly love. After the sen ices Mr. and Mrs. Margol were hosts to the congregation at a reception in the center auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Margol entertained with an at home from 2 until 6 o'clock Sunday afternoon for friends and relatives in honor of the Bar Mitzvas. Enthusiasm in our city created by the Old Cold Puzzle Contest' of S2(Kl,()0tl, is mounting every week as thousands of new contestants join the "Pot-of-Gold" quest for $100,000 first prise. There is still tiinr to enter this contest which has created BO much interest among our people and especially among organizations where Old Gold Puzzle Pictures have been distributed through the co-operation of this publication. Think of it! $100,000 first prize, and 099 other prizes, totaling j $100,000. We suggest to our readera that if they have not entered this c(.ntest as yet. to do so and not pass up this opportunity. There ] is still time to win a fortune. All you have to do is to go to your nearest cigarette dealer and ask him for a set of official Old Gold Puzzle Pictures, together with full rules and regulations about the contest. If your dealer cannot supply you with these puzzles, send your request to this newspaper and it will be given immediate attention. Follow the instructions carefully and you will be entered in the contest at once. Success to you! Austrian Chancellor Joins in Applauding Attack on Hitler Veinna (WNS)—Two thousand prominent Austrians, among them Chancellor Kurt Schuschnigg and other members of the government, vigorously applauded Count Richard Koudenhove-Kalergi when he told of a huge meeting against antiSemitism that "murderers and robbers rule Germany today, while thinkers and writers starve in exile." In what was generally regarded as the most important demonstration against aiiti-Semitism | held in Vienna in many years, the large assi ablage of highly placed i personages cheered all attacks on I Jew-baiting and Nazism. The meet! ing was under the auspices of the : Pan-Europa Union. The presence of Chancellor Schuschnigg is held to have given the gathering a quasiofficial character. The regular meeting of Junior Hadassah was held in the auditorium of the Jacksonville Jewish Center Wednesday. Father's night was observed, the business meeting was short and only topics of importance were discussed. Miss Clara Kramer gave a report on the membership tea held recently in the home of the president, Miss Molly Mizrahi. An interesting program was given and Mrs. Nat Cohen, president of Senior Hadassah, gave the girls a pep talk. The Senior Hadassah chapter held its annual linen shower in conjunction with the regular monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon in the Jewish Center. I The fourteenth anniversary of the organization of the Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society and Home for the Aged was held last week in the Jacksonville Jewish Center. The main feature was the installation of the officers and members of the board of directors for 1937. Joseph Wilensky, toastmaster for the evening, installed Mr.'. | Joseph Shapiro, president; Mrs. | Simon Lasarow. first vice-prei' dent; Mrs. M. Ghelerter, second; vice-president; Mrs. Louis Wolfson, J third vice-president; home fund treasurer, Mrs. S. L. Blattner; aid fund treasurer, Mrs. Ben Baker; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Sam Bryan; recording and financial secretary, Mrs. Henry Rosenvaig; secretarial assistant, Mrs. Herb Tabs-j man. The board of directors includes Mrs. B. Becker, Mrs. M. L. Hollins, Mrs. Perry Kantor, Mrs. G. Levine, Mrs. Oscar Margol, Mrs. A. Nabin, Mrs. A. Kristle, Mrs. Abe Selber, Mrs. Fred Soforenko, Mrs. M. Stein. Mrs. J. T. Wilensky. Mrs. Sam Witten and Mrs. II. Voffee. Tampa Notes Y. M. H. A. Calendar of Events Sunday, March 10—10 a. in., men's gym class, directed by Joe Bonowits; •'! p. m.. junior basketball practice. Monday, March 16 X p. m., membership drive committee meetng. Tuesday. March 16 p. m., %  / %  %  n i t meeting. Meeting of the .'' n yfellow Wednesday, March 17 7:30 p. in., rehearsal <.f Y. M. II. A. orchestra, directed by Mr. H. Griff. Thursday, March ix 7:30 p.m., w men's night in the gym, dire e 1 y Mrs. Leigh Salsbury. Friday, March 19—4 p. m., class in .Iran;:.:: an i expression, directed by Miss Gertrude Michael; in., i el. iou! i i al temi le and BJ nag< gues. All group.of Tampa Jewry are rk'ng energetically at this time mi i .1 • Community I • drive, which started on March 8th. The i i slogan this i ir is I';. Will." THE FINEST KOSHER "YARDEN" WINE TO 133 r FOR PASSOVER Port, Malaga, Muscatel, Sherry, Tokay, Blackberry and Sour Wines Under the Supervision of RABBI TENDLER of New York And RAHHI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER of Miami Distributed by FLORIDA BUSHKILL BEER DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 261 N. W. Twenty-Second Street HEN FLEEMAN PHONE 84589 OBTAINABLE AT: MIAMI ROSEDAI.E DELICATESSEN—170 N. W. 5th St. BARMAK'S DELICATESSEN—2nd Ave. at N. W. 5th St. THE BRIDGE BAR—456 W. 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Friday, March 12, 1987 Society Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will S |i, iik on "Sacrifices" at the late Friday evening services tonight at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. At the Saturday morning services Rabbi I. M. Gordon, dean of the world famous Lomzet y< hiva, will speak briefly. No eals for funds will be made. Mincha services begin at 5 o'clock, followed by Shalosh Saudah and Maariv .services. • Miami unit of Junior Huheld its annua card party at the Alamac Hotel last Monday. Pi ite the inclement weather, e large attendance was noted. funds derived from this affaii will go toward the Jewish National Fund. Mr. Murry Grossman was awarded o gift of glazed fruits, which he turned back to the organization and which was auctioned off by B. B. B. Ethyl Wax, chairman of the affair, was assisted by Miss Bert New I, Miss Irene Goldberger, Mis Eddie Adler, Miss Terry SatMorris Gordon, Miss Ida Engler, Mrs. Murry Grossman and Hannah Mack. With but five weeks remaining of the meeting which began De28th, many big features are i for the West Plagler KenClub patrons. During the past week James J. lock, world's heavyweight i h.ampion, attracted a large crowd to the track and was given a big hand when he informed the patrons thai he would defeat Joe Louis en i hey fight for the title in June. I he running of the $2,000 added I Futurity also proved to be a big attraction. The richest purse in' dogdom went to J. K. Miles' Straw Stack in a thrilling contest. Though inclement weather prevailed several nights during the wick, the mutuel play and the crowds were a tribute to Jacob and William Huntley, the gen. ial owners of the track, who do everything possible to make the oval the most popular in the state I "lida. The Nursery Stakes will probstart during the coming week. The stakes proved to be popular asl year. Friday night will find the all distance champion being Cfowned. Eight dogs were selected for this event, which began over the three-sixteenths route. On W ednesday night they ran over the i futurity and Friday night they will run over the five-sixteenths mile ioute. The dog scoring the larg< t number of points in the three i aces will be decelared the winner. My Ben, Go and Real Command are the three leading hurdle dogs now t the track. The hurdle race is an exclusive feature at West Flagler. Motorists can reach the track in ten minutes, using either West Plagler st. or N. W. Seventh st. Mr. and Mrs. David Blumenthal, newlyweda, of Chicago, 111., were j honored last night by a dinner party atthe Hotel Evans, given by i the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Krom. Other guests attending ] the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. L. Meyers and son, Edward, and Mi.ss | Edith Krom, all of Chicago, and j Mr. and Mrs. Ebby Feinberg and son, Stanley, of Minneapolis, Minn. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seven CANTOR SAMUEL VIGODA Who is conducting services at Beth Jacob Congregation tonight, tomorrow and Sunday night. A gala crowd attended the regular Sunday night dance at the Hotel Evans last week. Dancing and entertainment] were featur-jd in the Evans garden patio. Music was by Mort Richards and his orchestra, and special entertainment furnished by Cheater Alexander, "The world has produced no intellect mure comprehensive, more profound, more subtle, than that of Spinoza. And Spinoza has produced no other book which for all these qualities can be compared with the Ethics," Dr. Wolfson told the Spinoza group last Saturday afternoon. Nex f Saturday the lins Ave., Miami Beach. This will mark the thirteenth session this winter. At 2 p. m. the gathering will listen it) the opera "Mignon." At 3:30 Dr. Abraham Wolfson will speak on "Spinoza's Religion." Gen. eral discussion will follow the lecture. Continuing its policy adopted many years ago, the Miami Home Milk Producers Association will again provide its numerous customers with strictly kosher Passover milk this Passover holiday. The finest of milk, sweet and soui cream, butter and eheese will be produced at the Hale dairy, spe daily set aside for the production of Passover dairy products. A mashgiach un ler the direct supervision i Itaooi Abraham A. Kellnei 01 the Mi i Jewish Orthodox Congregat on will reside at this j dairy curing the entire Passover period to insure strict adherence to every dietary and ritual law. All customers and those not otherwise provided are urged to advise their route men or to call .oe dairy iately to make • u .[ reser%  vatiou for the I'assove dairy products. These ROKEACH Household Products, which help to keep your home Kosher and Spotless, are also KOSHER for PASSOVER i:nki \< II kOSIIEK SCO! RING POWDER ROKEACH KOSHER S( > \ V — in Curious ROKOH-—For Porcelain, ROKEACH POLISH Enamel ami Tile I'OW DER ROKEACH SILVER POLISH ROKEACH KOSHER Aluminum Cleanser At all groceries I. ROKEACH & SONS, INC.. BROOKLYN. N. Y. Trade Murk lire I >. Pal. Off. Group will • set x"i| at 1059 ColTHE PRESIDENT HOTEL 1428 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH Takes pleasure in announcing that it will remain open for the entire Passover Week. • SPECIAL SADER SERVICES March 26th and 27th *1 We Take Pleasure and Pride in Announcing; Thai Kosher Passover Dairy Products will he produced by as in compliance with th< Jewish laws, under the supervision "I RABBI ABRAHAM A KELLNER Of (he Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation And in the Presence of a MASHGIACH. Appointed by the Rabbis IF YOl ARE NOW A CUSTOMER OF THE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASS'S INSTRUCT YOUR ROUTE M VN 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 Psoilucen Association 768 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-76% ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET MET A I. WORKS Responsible tuofers Since ltfia Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. Zt.th SI. Phom 2-370. r Enjoy Pleasant Afternoons TROPICAL PARK Watchlnf America'! Finest Thoroughbreds SENSATIONAL' SPRING MEETING RUNS THROUGH APRIL 3 HEIGHT RACES I EVERYDAY | 1:45 P.M. I POST Sran'rfifan'd $1.60 S ubhouse $3.o Miami's FAmiJfly Race Coarse !i



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Page Eiirhl THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN Friday, March 12. [987 Society Cantor boria Schlachman, executive director of the "Y," will conduct the servicea both nights of the Sader at the Hotel Evan*, Miami Beach, according to an announcement by the management. Reservations are now being taken., A real PaSSOVer spi.it will prevail. Mr. ./..,. Rubin of the Sea Bree'.e Hotel announces that they will remain open for the entire Passover Week and special Sader sei vies will be conducted the first two nights of Passover, with a well known cantor in charge. Reservations may he made for Hie Sader nights or the entire week. &f The Hitter ami La Flora Hotels will he open for the Passover week, and special services for the Sader will he Conducted in the beautiful Hotel Hitter dining room under the direction of Rev. Harry Gold of New York. Special Passover delicacies, for which this hotel is famous, will be served, and every effort is being made to make this holiday a memorable one for the guests. Reoause of the, limited capacity those desiring to attend are urged to make their reservations immediately. cording to announcements, contained bequests made by the late Sarah Afremow. one of Miami's pioneer Jewish citizens, to Beth David Synagogue of 120,000, to Beth Jacob Synagogue of $5, and a large sum to the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva in New York. This will has not yet been filed and indications are that it will be contested, according to notice filed in the county court by a sister of he deceased, M s. Cromer, Among the nutels remaining open for the Passover holidays is the Tides Hotel, under the management of Messrs. Grundwerg, Cohen and Ginberg, well known hotel men of Atlantic City. In addition to guests at the hotel, the dining room will accept reservations for Passover meals from the general public. Those desiring to attend are urged to make immediate reservations. Sauder services will be conj dueteil both nights. The World's Window (Continued from Page I l would not conform to that Jewish ideal of his righteousness and peace and justice. It became more and more pagan, dark, warlike, cruel and tinned with an immeasurable brutality precisely against these— Jews anil true Christians—who were the bearers and proclaimers of the Germany of Kurt Tucholsky's outraged and aggrieved and disappointed love. But with them, Jews and Christians, Tucholsky would have nothing to do, lie could not fall back on his own people. He had nothing to go back to. Like the alien lover of a woman to whom nothing unites him— nothing organic, nothing that gives him any rights, and whose mistress turns out to be a bawd, Tucholsky, his Germany having gone hopelessly astray, had nothing left but death. It was exact., .ke that. Before some higher tribunal love may give lights. Before the tribunal of the world and of history it does not. It is easy to imagine even a modA will opened last week here. Became in that Germany or elsewhere Of Jews as Jews, of the Jewish people as a people. Well, Germany White Oak Leather LADIES* HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP 2in N. K. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel crate and non-.N'azi German saying: "We asked this man neither for his love nor for the vitriolic anger of his outraged love." In Kurt Tncholsky's love of Germany there was a fatality and tragic guilt. Guilt' toward himself, guilt toward the Jewish people. That guilt and its consequences extinguished his genius and drove him As Usual the Rosedale Delicatessen 170 N. W. FIFTH ST. WILL SUPPLY YOl'R EVERY PASSOVER WANT! A complete line of Manisrhewitz, i.i ..id in.in. London, Horowitz-Margareten and Streit Matzos. NatZO Meal, Noodles. Coffers. Teas, Sugar, Prunes and Nuts of all kinds. Spices, Vinegar and NyaFal EVERYTHING IN THE FOOD LINE out of life Need I draw the moral? (Copyright, 1087, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) i'" M IIIIMIrilll MINN mill.II.HUH ui,!,,. Enjoy a Complete PatMOver Holiday At the Hotel Evans Seder Services by CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN • First Seder Night Friday, March 26th • Second Seder Night Saturday, March 27th Reservations suggested Phone 5-4611 • Enjoy the recognized cuisine, ] conveniences and comfort of the HOTEL EVANS Collins and 10th St. MIAMI BEACH Same Management as Motel Evans, Loch Sheldrake, N. Y. I Puzzles 1-6 FIRST WEEK'S SERIES The solution, or name PUZZLE No. 1 below that puzzle. Fill in your solutions on the Entry Form in the lower right hand corner of this announcement. PUZZLE No. 3 WHAT NAME DOES THIS PUZZLE REPRESENT? The Correct Solution Is in the Following List w .isiiini'i.m Irving Jack I .on don .lohn KliiilHne Marl** Antoinette K"HOC Arhut klc (icoiw WtiahlnRton Oncttr wiiifr sir Walter KHIH,-'Noah Wchttcr Robert louUStcuaton U uii.uu rift I.IHLui Kuucll WHAT NAME DOES THIS PUZZLE REPRESENT? The Correct Solution Is in the Following List h.nlrs Dickens Stephrn I >• mil Riitlyurd Kipling r\w|l| William I'rnn Hubert Drowning Mark Twain I'm a i. Cut h.irl. v Anna Pavlown ilvoflrvy < hunt t WHAT NAME DOES THIS PUZZLE REPRESENT? The Correct Solution Is in the Following List Thnmai Gartyto Warren liatlna<> Horace WiilprV Amerigo \ c-puce I John Siuari Mill II i ,,.. .-i i Ponce Leon Johunn Strains iiiKtup'ier < nliimhiiR Benjamin Franklin Percy Shelley John (Julncy Adams PUZZLE No. 6 WHAT NAME DO'S THIS PUZZLE REPRESENT? The Correct Solution Is in the Following List Ilenrv '.lit. Wiley Post IX.nm.ml .|Jm lli.i.l I elf I.rkson Thomas Jeffertmn Jullu* Caetur I'-n .1 iMllll ;l Walter Kalelfth James Otflethorpe Russell Sane Robert Fulton Thomas MelAhan ilrt-i-jAvrf. 1997, by p. I*rtll*rr1 WHAT NAME DOES THIS PUZZLE REPRESENT' The Correct Solution Is in the Following List Cotton Mather Stephen Foster Harry llondlnl Jane Austin < %  In t II > \ t u. territorial {•••• %  ', %  %  '' % %  • pti'Hi of n lapferaai ol P. I anil rd I i tnpn y, I I tin families, and IIadvi-r Ullg .inl Mno'lay i, l "'"'' % %  ,"[' Monday, for fonrteen addMiooal week*, there will be another v-'.-l-ly arrlea to solve. C-onles-aol • .ti-.-il I olve it,.[iiiz/lefl and *ulimit olutlona I., same ilurinit the week (olh.wiiie. H-IUII, ,date ol earn neiie*. ID milimntini: tlie *ohition lor any turrent Krle.. a ronleKant ipiivileged to nbmlt H.luiionr lor prece.liuit aeru:*. Thu*. a eootestant eniennit the conteil diirmif the zu.l week nhoul.1 sub• %  Mboth the i*l rVcflrireSEliea a* well .„ the zn.l Wrek'a Hcnn, an.| a coaientaat tuicnnz dining the jrd week WHAT NAMt DOfS THIS PL7ZLE REPRESENT? 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Read them over again and then solve the puzzles. ^100,000.00 FIRST PRIZE ENTER THIS CONTEST NOW! There's still plenty of time to go after that $100,00:).0,) first prize. Begin by reading the rules and solving the Fi:-st Week's Series of puzzles, reprinted here. As soon as your solutions to these puzzles are received we'll mail you at once all the other puzzles issued to date. Then you can bring yourself ri„!it up to the current weeki in the contest, by sending in all solutions that are due. Further puzzles, to complete the contest, will be mailed to you, postpaid, as issued. As provided by the rules, please enclose 3 Old Gold yellow package wrappers with your solutions to each weekly series of puzzles, or 3 of your own hand-drawn facsimiles. Either will be equally acceptable. 1000 PRIZES.. .TOTAL $200,000.00 fefr PRIZE CROP TOBACCOS make them DOUBLE-MELLOW TWO JACKETS DOUBLE "CELLOPHANE" ke.p thorn ALWAYS FRESH ENTER NOW! BY USING THIS ENTRY FORM • OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM • OLD GOLD CONTEST Date. P. O. Bin 9, Varlck Street Station, New York. N. V. ItM f..Unwind are my aolullona to puzzlea 1-6:— 4 *— I *• ^__ !,.'',".' 'I'T a*H2a*J OM 9 oM y e,, w P kafte wrapmSS. V %  "'-'' %  •'> facalmllea) In accordance with the rulea. .Send me all puzzlea laaued to date. CIIKI-K WHICH Mr. Mrs. MIMM Addmt m City nan HHIKNAMK JMM. Submit the aolutlona aa indicated on thla official l-.niry loim, by Mldnlftht. of the coming Saturday, or earlier, If you chooae. PLEASE PRINT YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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^Jems/i Floridlam
Combing Tlhe JiewHslh Vn'ilty
Vol. 10No. 11
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 12. 1937
Price Five Centi
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
FATE OF A JEW
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
This culumn jk copyrighted by
I ho Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part is strictly forbidden. Any
infringement will be prosecuted.
When I am tired and need to be
amused and stirred at the same
time I take up the books of Kurt
Tueholsky. Not quite as often since
the news came last summer by As-
sociated Press from Sweden that
Tueholsky, who had for years car-
ried about with him a vial of pow-
erful poison, had finally drunk its
contents in Stockholm and had left
a world which he loved so intensely.
He was in his forty-sixth year.
three central books "Under Five
Pseudonyms," "The Smile of Mona
Lisa," "Learn to Laugh Without
Weeping," are all collections of
the sketches, satires, poems which
he contributed to the Weltbuhne.
Until these books were forbidden
in Germany they enjoyed a very
wide sale and popularity among the
most judicious and cultivated peo-
At its meeting last Tuesday
Renowned Cantor
To Appear Here
An unusual treat is in store for
local residents and tourists tonight,
tomorrow and Sunday nights, when
Cantor Samuel Vigoda will con- night Sholem lodge of B'nai B'rith,
duct the services at Beth Jacob'the largest B'nai B'rith lodge south
Congregation, Miami Beach. Can- of Philadelphia, outlined a cam-'
tor Vigoda was horn in Dobroziu, I paign which it will wage in Plor- |
ida to secure the passage of leg-1
islation designed to prevent the
dissemination of propaganda en-
couraging race hatred and diserim-
B'NAI B'RITH LODGE TO WAGE
FIGHT ON INTOLERANCE
Russia, where he received his early
musical training at the hands of
his father, who was a prominent
cantor. He later studied at- the
Hungarian Conservatory of Music j ination. The law which will be
pie. The day will come, however Klausenberg and then accepted introduced as soon as the Florida
far off, when they will be revived
and remembered. For mankind
permits nothing to perish that is
of the highest order of merit. All
this Tueholsky must have known.
There was, indeed, a very little that
Tueholsky did not know. Yet of
He had made a good deal of money ; that little gap of ignorance he per-
by his writings and had, of course, ished. The one thing he refused
taken the money out of Germany, to understand drove him to a tragic
I have been told by friends who and untimely -t.eath.
knew him that he had additiona
means and that his health was good.
His last book, published in 1982,
showed him at the very height of
his amazing talent, if not genius.
Before going to Sweden he had
long lived in France. The ferociiy
if his attacks on contemporary
The substance of all his writ-
ings, like the substance of all the
writings of the great wits and sat--
ilists, was the discrepancy between
the real and the ideal Germany.
In the name of his ideal of Gar-
the position as the chief cantor in
the largest temple in Budapest.
where he served until 1923, when
he came to the United States to
succeed the lalv Cantor Joseph Ros-
inblatt at the First Hungarian
Congregation. For the past seven
years he has served as cantor of
the Jewish Center of University
Heights in New York. Cantor Vi-
goda is famed for his liturgcial
chanting and has made a number
of concert tours of the United
State- and Europe, where he ap-
peared in the leading capitals. He
returned this week from a triumph-
ant tour of South America. This
will be Cantor \ Igoda's only ep-
in this a ;'a. A nomin.l'
manv he castigated the real Ger-
"" "' """">"'J i ,.. ,, ii I eiirance ill th;s a' i'a. A nomin.
Germany, his Jewishness, his pac- J-wtt the light- -
ifist and radical leaning, made him enin il '-;*"''- and incom-1 *"j> .
an almost inevitable object for be parable fury. There were those of,"' '
Syn-
onslaughts of those bands of Nazi
gangsters who had long ago mur-
dered Walter Rathenau and craekvd
the skull of Maximilian Harden.
Yet when these gangsters and mur-
derers actually came into power
and Tueholsky knew that a return
to Germany was impossible and
that within his lifetime Germany
was not likely to be the Germany
o.' lis outraged love and dreams,
he took his own life.
He was born in Bc.iin in IH'JO
and as a very young man began t>
contribute essays, sketches, satire*,
poems to the famous weekly jour- | Most of
Beth Jacob
us who, prior to 1983, said: "He I "gogue.
roes too far." We know better i "V* i
now. He did not go too far. He M()Ve tO OUllU
was precisely, scientifically right. I
But as what did he castigate Ger-
many? In what character and ac-
cording to what norms? As a X(,w Y(||.k (WNS| The tint
Jew! N". As a German? Not f()|,mil| mm.(. |nu..in| ,,, erection ,
qui.e, even accord ng to himself. a temp,e ()f 1.e,i>fious aM(| (.jvj| )ih-
Tolerance Temple
On that point he has obscure
doubts of his own. A- a radical
|acifist and lover of justice who
city at the New York World's Fair
was taken by the American Com-
mittee of Religious Rights and Mi-
German language, the cities and
the countrysides of Germany. He
never denied his Jewish origin.
nal founded and ed'ted by Sieg-
fried Jacobsohn, "Die Weltbuhne,"
which he edited for some years
alter Jacobson's untimely death and
which still exists as an emigre pub-
lication in Prague and is for sale
at a well known Fifth ave. book-
shop. Thus it will be seen that
Tueholsky would not even have
been silenced by exile. Yet the
pen fell from his hand. Why?
He was a great wit and a great
master of language. He was a
virtuoso of German prose compar-
able to some first rate master of
an instrument. Under his touch
the language could effortlessly
thunder and cry, laugh and weep.
He made it thi nder and laugh oft-
enest. For he was, as I have said,
a great wit, but also a great hu-
morist. And, in addition, he had
t'n:- soul of a lyrist and the modern
loved the German landscape, the nor|tieB w|,en it wrote to Grover A.
Whalen. president of the World',
Fair Corporation, for an appoint-
ment to discuss the proposal. The
his friends and fellow k,tu,r was g|gned by Mj(.hli(.| \Vji-
workers were Jews. His pages are ,|amg ^.^ rf lh(, Catholic pub-
peppered with Jewish names and Ucatj0Bf the Commonweal, Dr. John
references, H:s most triumphant
single character, that of Heir Wen-
egislature will convene follows:
Whereas, in a large number of
states throughout the United
States, recognizing the necessity
of the passage of laws to pre-
vent the dissemination of anti-
Semitic propaganda, leading cit-
izens, both Jewish and non-Jew-
ish, as well as numerous organ-
isations, have united to urge
their legislative representatives
to favor such laws,
Be It Resolved. In Sholem
lodge of B'nai B'rith that Ben-
ator-elel Kriu-st l.rafiam and
members of the legislature-elect.
John .1. I.indsey, George E. Holt
mid ll. r. fhrarslraat. al! ;<' HsriVi
County, be and the) are hereby
urged and requested to lend their
every effort to the end that the
legislation hereinafter proposed
be enacted by the legislature of
Florida in its coming session.
And Be It Further Resolved,
that a ropy of these resolutions
l,e forwarded to each of the B'nai
B'rith lodges in the state of Flor-
ida and they be urged to con-
tact their respective legislators
and urge their support of this
important legislation.
"It shall be unlawful for an)
person, or persons, acting sin-
gly, jointly or collectivelv.
whether individually or in an>
society, within the State of
Florida, to print, disseminate.
distribute or cause to be
printed, disseminated or dis-
tributed any written, printed,
muftigraphftL mimeographed,
photostated or photographed
book, statement, newspaper, or
otherwise, urge, create, or tend
to create hatred, ridicule, vio-
lence or hostility against any
group of persons resident in
this state because of their race,
color or religion.
"Any person violating any of
the provisions of this act shall
be deemed guilty of a misde-
meanor and upon conviction
thereof shall be sentenced to
pay a fine of one hundred dol-
lars or to suffer imprisonment
for sixty days, or to suffer both
such fine and imprisonment at
the discretion of the court."
And Be It Further Resolved,
that the Anti-Defamation Com-
mittee of this lodge be and it is
hereby directed to use its every
effort to acquaint the general
citizenry of the state of Florida
with 'he purposes of this resolu-
tion.
Among those who will l< u.' the
State in the interests of this leg-
islation, which is similar to legis-
lation proj used in many states and
in congress, are Mr. Isaac Levin,
pa .' president of the local lodge;
Elry Stone, prominent attorney and
vice president of the lodge; Nathan
Adelman, president; K. Albert Pal-
lot, Milton A. Friedman and J. L.
Shochet. chairman of the anti-defa-
mation committee of the lodge. The
recently organized Florida B'nai
B'rith Federation will take an ac-
tive part in the campaign. Those
desiring to enlist in this fight to
prevent race hatred are urged to
communicate with any member of
the committee.
Hcwland Lathrop of the (lunch of
the Saviour, Brooklyn, alnd Dr.
Rules Shadchen General Meeting
Is Benefactor To Be Held Sunday
driller, is the character of a ^'ow-, Stephen S. Wise. Recalling that
ardly, frightened, servile Berlin m^q fjr8t srreat contribution in the Montreal (WNS) Cupid found All members and friends of the
Jew, SO degraded in his slavish yet I jjrectjon ()f inter-religious comity a Hue friend in Chief Justice R. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
BUperficial German assimilationism ^ mal\K al the World's Fair in A. R. Greenshields when he ruled tion are urged to attend an im-
that he is ready with appetite nd|ChicagO in 18'.':! by the World Par- that a shadchen performs a service portant congregational meeting on
unction to lick the boots of even|Hanjent of ReiiKions." the letter mtnkind and la entitled to be Sumla>" evening, March 15th, at 8
the Hitler dictatorship if only that, ilU(,d out that "we could make no; ^ o'clock, wlhen announcement will
dictatorship will let him. Nor H' (|,.sjluble contribution in the j|,aul IOr ,l' 'm aecw,on tta' be made of the purchase of a site
there in all of Tueholsky's pages | ^m (>f wMgioUi and rlu.ia| toler. 'l!"' ease of Shadchen L. Pascal for thfi erect.ion of a syagogue
one kind or understanding word|am.e at tW> tinle whon s many i against S. Shapiro. 'I he latter had and Talmud Torah building for the
concerning the Jewish people jforcea ()f hatl.wl are at large in j PW Pascal Wmi down Ptynjmt congregation. Plans for the Pass-
ssed and
for the
sented.
irtue and high ideals. In a deep |~ ."" ., b|.ot.her|v. t nl. another, vi<< Dennenburg. When Shapiro |^ bHef address will be delivered
concerning the Jewish people forcea ((f hatred are at large In P" rascal *iu as a aown payment ^.n^gation. pians for ,he
There was his tragedy. There was |h< w(i|.,(| t.V(.n ()U|. owncountry, "" fee of *200 lf m' connived an ovc|. holidays win be discuss
the dark gap in the knowledge and thjMJ U) ,,,, a sm.im. dedicated engagement and niarr.age between a report of the activities f
insight of this man of genius and ; ^ (hc j(k>al tnat men art. t0 |. Shapiro's daughter. Lillie, and Di- ^ half year wiU bl. ,.,,
;just and brotherly to one ;i
i a higher plane 'in.espet.tive of their racial origin
s his own Heir theh. reliKjous affiliation, their po-
litical connection."
sense, though on
of course, he wa
Wendriner. If the Germans would
only let him live and support his
novelist's touch in the delineation' family, Wendriner was ready to I
of character. Comparisons are al- shout: "Hcit .Hitler!" If Get-, But.ha,est (WNS) Charging
ways misleading and inadequate. many would only conform a little tha) th(i B,na, B>ritn ls oniy a band
But to give an idea of the man's to his idealhis fundamentally
prodigious endowment I might say though unadmittedly Jewish ideal
that he belongs with Aristophanes. of a righteous nation, Tueholsky |
with Swift, with Heine, with Lu- wal ready to shout: "Deutschland
cian among the few quiet supreme uber anes," no matter what be-
masters of both mordant and
latughing satire and irony. His
(Continued on Page 8)
of Freemasons who are warring
against- Nazi Germany, the Naii
parties in Roumania have present-
succeeded, Pascal refused to pay.
The court ruled that Pascal must
pay the balance of 1190 despite de-
fense counsel's plea that the con
tract between Shapiro and the
shadchen was contrary to public-
order ami good morals. "If more
people were married and remained
married in fulfillment of their ns".
by Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of
the congregation.
The Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation now occupies the syna-
gogue at 1545 S. W. Third St.,
where it has been since its found-
ing. The need for a Talmud Torah
building to house its daily religious
classes and Sunday school and
quarters for its many activities has
liage vows until death do them
, t"o Premier Georg I part, public order would be pro-
Tatares'cu demanding that the B'nai cured and good ".....Is would1 ,,e-| made ,t impera .ye that a new
B'rith Ik- suppressed. I vail." Judge Greenshields declared. | build ng be erected.


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TIIK JKWISI! II.ORIDIAN
Friday. .March 12, 1937
\
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Phillips.
i>f Baltimore are spending some ^
time in .Miami.
A Yiddish play and concert is |S

e|
SO'CI ETY
bars of the organization. A splen-
did time is promised those attend-
in:;. Reservations may be made
with Mrs. Berlin or Mrs. Joseph
Williamson.
Temple Israel Sisterhood is spon.
soring a dessert bridge on Mon-
1Si 1
being; sponsored under the direc-1
tion of A. Bramson on Wednesday
evening, March 31st. at Beth Da- ^i
vid Talmud Torah Hall. isponsored by the local Zionist dis- gregation is in full charge of the ven, Albert R. Rosenthal, Tobias day, March 22nd, at 2 p. m. at the
trict. Full details will appear in preparation of strictly kosher dairy Simon, Herbert Simon, Henry Bu!- Dallas Park Hotel. Mrs. A. M.
Mrs. Sander Argintar|an early issue. products for the Passover holidays bin, Samuel Kate and Amelia Sand. Cohen and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan
for the Land o'Sun Dairy of Miami ler. Greeting the guests will be will be hostesses. The public is
Beach. A special dairy, the Acme the hospitality committee, consist- invited to attend.
Mr. and
of Asheville. \\ ('., are visiting
their brother, Mr. Oscar Argintarl The Florida Bushkill Beer Dis-
<>f this city. Mr. Argintar is a past I tributors will provide Miami Jewry I Dairy, one of the largest in this ing of Mesdames Benjamin LeVine,
president of the Bikur Chollm Con- with the finest of strictly kosher area.' has been set aside for the chairman; William Uhlfelder, J. A.
gregation of Asheville.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Revan of Ashe-
wines for Passover, prepared and
bottled under the supervision of
purpose of taking care of Passover Kichter and M. L. Marcus,
lairy products for Jewish consump-
n short stay.
Rabbi Tendlei of -New York City j tion and a resident Maahgiach will I An important board meeting
i. C, are visiting Miami for and RabW Abraham A. Kellner of-be stationed there during the en- uf the Ladies' Auxiliary of the
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con- tire Passover week. The finest of Jewish Welfare Bureau will be held
gregation. The "Jarden" wines, butter, cheese, sweet and sour ,n, Miami Beach Southern Caf-
containing some of the finest do- cream and milk will be obtainable eteria ;i! | 63 Washington ave., on
mestic wines in port, malaga, mus- al n increase in price. Customers Monday. March loth, at noon. All
catel, sherry, blackberry and sour and those desiring to obtain these members are urged to attend.
wines, will be distributed and may products are urged to make their
be obtained at leading stores in the reservations with their route men
Greater Miami area. Distribution phone the dairy immediately.
is under the direction of Ben Flee. Rabbi David Clein of Beth Ja-
man. long time resident. cob Congregation is associated with
Rabbi Dr. Jacob 11. Kaplan of
Temple Israel will be the guest
speaker at the late services tonight
at Beth David Congregation, be-
ginning at 8 o'clock. The usual
chanting and singing will be di-
rected by Cantor Louis Dayman
and Beth David choir. Saturday!
morning services begin at 9 o'clock,
Rabbi Kellner in
of the products.
the supervision
with the Junior Congregation meet. I)cspiu. tht, mctement wl.atniM,
m>r :" 10:,!"' Tropical Park has been attracting
large crowds daily and exceptional-
Pierre Van Passen, intonation- spk.ndid rac, has ,)et,n t.ho
ally famous journalist, will be the \Uatun in the openlng wek of thL.
guest speaker at a gala meeting s|jng meet, which will close Flor- home of Mrs. I.ouis Handel. Mr.
on Sunday evening, March 28th,
A chapter of the Palestine Worn.
i n's Pioneer organization of Amer-
ica was organised recently at the
r
E. GORDON
Jewish Rituals
Vice-President
CARTER & WIXSOM, Inc.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
511 W. Flagler St.
Phone 2-8121
Residence Phone 2-1398
EXCLUSIVE ROOMS FOR JEWISH
CASKS
Boris Schlachman, executive di-
rector of the Young Men's Hebrew
Association and its allied organi-
zations, was unanimously re-elect-
ed for another term at a meeting
of the board of directors of the
"V" last Wednesday night. This
will mark the beginning of a third
consecutive term for Cantor
Schlachman, during which time
considerable funds have been raised
and progress made towards tile
erection of a community building
for the "Y."
*
An important meeting of the I.a-
Katz. The wedding will take pla
ida's lacing season in this area. Samuel Segal of New York, rep-
Some upsets have occurred during resenting national headquarters of
the week and long shots have been the organization, outlined the work
in the running. Some of the fin- of the organization in a brief ad-
est thoroughbreds in the country dress. Officers chosen for the lo-
are now located at this beautiful cal chapter include Mrs. Henry faM,j|Vi witn Ral)bi Jacob K;l!,.
track and taking part in what is Seitlin, chairlady; Mrs. Sadie Han- )., officiating. There will be a re-
destined to be one of the best | del. treasurer, and Mrs. Rose Dech- (.t.|,t;,m from s to 11 p. m. No
meets in the history of this attrac- owitz, secretary. A brief address cardg wil] ll(, |SSU(.(| Mj'ss Jacobs
live racing park. was given by the newly elected wil] ,,.,, ;(s hl,,. maU, of hono|. MJm
Rummage is being asked for the
store of the Jewish Welfare Bureau
at 167 X. W. Fifth st. A phone
call to Mrs. J, L. Harts, who is
chairman, will bring someone for
the eastoff clothing or similar ai- dies' Auxiliary of the Miami-Jew-
ticles requested. isn Orthodox Congregation will be-
held next Tuesday evening, March
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Jacobs an- 16*. beginning at 8 o'clock at the
nounce the engagement of their synagogue. All members
daughter, Vivienne, to Bernard
to attend, as reports of the recent
ball will be presented. An impor-
home of the bride-elect's <""t announcement will be made
regarding the purchase of a '.ot
Bl the
parents, 2346 X. W. Second st.,
at 7 p. m. mi Sunday, .March 21-1.
in the presence of the immediate
foi the erection of a Talmud Torah
building for the congregation.
.El
elected
1 Poalei
Hotel Astor
Washington at 10th St.
MIAMI BEACH
70 rooms, each with bath;
radio in every room; steam
heated; spacious lobby, en-
closed sun parlor, beautiful
patio, free solarium.
D. ROSNER
Owner and Operator
and she will be assisted by mem-
DR. R. S. AKERS
DENTIST
1761 X. W. 36th St.
Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2111
DR. EDWIN J. COHEN
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
Announces the Opening of His Office
at
1501 Congress Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
the
president. Members of the roaie. I(hl Sa|V|. an), M(. Mu,Tay Bul;
The annual concert sponsored by Zi" l,ar,v "w in Miami addressed wjM a(., ag ,)(.sl man f()|. th(, g|.oom
Cantor Boris Schlachman for next the meeting.
The Miami chapter of Senior ll-i-
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jew- (|assah w|1, h()|(| jts annua] Do|10,.-:
ish Welfare Bureau will observe j|uncheo Monday> March 22nd,
Mother's and Daughter's day at its at lhc Ti(|(,s H()U., Mjami Bt,a(,h
regular meeting next Monday. Mrs Gertrude Bellin is chail.man
March 15th. at the Mayflower Ho-
tel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Ida Opt-
ner, the president, will introduce
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner, who
will give the invocation; Rabbi Dr.
Jacob II. Kaplan, who will speak
on "Motherhood," and Rabbi Col-
man Zwitman, who will give the
benediction. The auxiliary will
honor Mrs. Rose Moss, 87-year-old
mother of -Mrs. Mark Weinbach, a
member of the organization. A pan-
tomime on motherhood will be pre-
sented under the direction of Mrs.
II. X. Levy. Taking part will be
Mesdames Joanette Good, Max Pep-
per, Edward Friedman, Morry Ko-
ISunday evening has been postponed
because of a concert sponsored by
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami
Beach, and will be held at the
! Miami Beach Elementary school on
Sunday evening. March 28th, he-
ginning at 8 o'clock.
f *
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
Sun. -Mon., March 14-16
William Powell
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ANNOUNCEMENT
EXTRAORDINARY!
The World Famous
CANTOR
SAMUEL
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Will Conduct Services
FRIDAY EVENING.
MARCH 12th
SATURDAY MORNING.
MARCH 18th
and
SUNDAY EVENING.
MARCH 14th
at
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Miami Beach
Admission $1.00
Includes All Services
Tickets May Be Obtained at
the Synagogue

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FRIDAY. MARCH 12, 1937
Vol. 10No. 11
livia, Ecuador, Uruguay and Pan- SC Military Control in Palestine if
ama. He also reported that the Violence Continues
democratic principles inherent in Jerusalem (WNS-Paleor Agency)
South American republics had de- If the renewed disturbances in Pal-
eated efforts to introduce anti- eal'ine continue their menacing
Semitism. Despite immigration re- form, control of the country will be
strictlons, Jewish agricultural assumed by the military authori-
workers were still welcome in South ties, it was reliably learned. This
America, he found. The bulk of development came after curfew in
German-Jewish refugees, 10,000, Jerusalem, imposed in an attempt
have settled in Argentina. Brazil to brake the passions which flamed
has absorbed N.000 and Chile I,OOO. high following a series of inci-
he stated, dents which started with the shoot-
___ ing of a Jew on his way to the
Wailing Wall for prayer, was lift,
ed as officials considered the dan-
ger of outbreaks had subsided. A
solemn tension reminiscent of the
middle of 1(..'S<> gripped the city as
the authorities fixed curfew from
'.I p. m. to 6 a. m. Steel-hclmeted
Society
I irl 1 Rose Seeks Concession for
Anti-Nazi Chamber of Hor-
rors at World's Fair
New York (WNS) Taking ad-
vantage of Mayor La Guardia's
suggestion that a figure of Hitler
ought to be .he principal exhibit
in a <
York'
police patrolled the streets, all traf- ** "f the hotel.
fie between here and Tel Aviv and
between Jaffa and Tel Aviv was
amber or horrors at New suspended, the main exits from Je-
VVorld's Fa'r, Hilly
Hi. Jacob H. Kaplan of Tempi*
Israel will be the guest speaker
at the late Friday evening serv-
ices at Beth David synagogue to-
night. His subject at tonight's
service will be "Perfect." Cantor
I.ouis Ilayman and the Beth David
choir will chant the services. Sat-
urday morning services begin at
8:30 with the Junior Congregation
holding its services at 10:30.
& a *
Mr. Maurice Levin of the Pres-
ident Hotel announces that a prom-
inent cantor will conduct the Sader
services both nights and will be
assisted by the world famous Rev.
Zvi Hirsch Masliansky, who is a
Reservations
for Passover are urged immediate-
y because of the limited
capacity
Rose fusalem were barricaded and
sent a cer-
mas
promoter of spectacU
tified check for 15,000 to the] lnt'
World's Fair commission as -' between
camelled performances. With Although Jan Garber and his fa-
ille
a
de-
lifting of the curlew, traffic moUR la(,i" broadcasting orchestra
Tel Aviv and Jaffa was were practically rained out during
the past week in the
resumed, Jewish buses were arcom-
grandstand
Congratulations
The Young Men's Hebrew Association and
..;ini/; 1 lions are to he congratulated on the re-electi
tor Boris Sch!achman as its executive director. Well liked Germany on a five-acre tract. The
in the entire community by both Jews and non-Jews. Director exhibit would consist of a chamber
Schlachmar, given the opuortunity. and unfettered by per-j<>f honors dramatizing the life of
sonal likes and ambitions, can do much towards realizing the Hitler, a visual and authenticated
goal ... the erection of a home for the "Y." .portrayal of the concentration
The Jewish Floridian will not hesitate to criticize when tamp, a factual representation in
the occasion warrants it ... it will aid at all times to do [wax of the blood purge, a hall of
to the members, the officers and direc-; culture comprising books burned
persed by the police.
Fatal incidents leading up to the
curfew followed each other in sw-ft
succession. The first victim was
Yehuda Schneerson, -12-year-old
son of a rabbi and secretary of the
Jerusalem Revisionist organization,
who was shot int he back and se-
riouslv wounded by an Arab lurk-
r and his boys at
the track for another week, start-
ing Monday night.
Garber, who is known profession-
ally as "The Idol of the Airwave--,"
brings with his band a group of fa-
mous entertainers and radio per-
sonalities including Russell Brown,
Lew Palmer. Fritz Heilbron and
good. It is now up to the members, the officers and direc-, culture comprising books
tors of the "Y" to make room for outstanding men in the by the Nazis, a symphony orches- --- -J^-^ H[^"^v"the jRudy *<">: o the three Rynn
Wailing Wall. Later one Arab was brthers.
H'l,- Ul *. a v -... __-------------------------------------
community who can aid in building the "Y." It should be- tra playing works bannei
in
come that which it professes to want to be ... a character
building institution.
We feel certain that, given full rein. Director Schlach-
man will receive the aid of our rabbinate the leading and
well worth citizenry of the community that real cultural
and character building can begin at once.
To that end we pledge our aid.
many and a human diorama of the
eichstag fire. Rose said that the
proposed exhibit would ]>)ay to
10,000,000 people if he got the con-
cession.
shot dead anil another slightly
wounded near Rehavia. while Stan-
islaw Sluga. a Polish-Christian la-
borer, employed in a Jewish grove
near Ness Ziona, was critically
wounded when he was mistaken for
a
When Jan made his professional
debut in music circles shortly after
the war, he specialized in an en-
So the Kettle Calls the Pot Black
What a travesty one could call it were it not more of a
tragedy just imagine a discredited would-be leader .
far from the real ideas and ideals of the Jewish faith grop-
ing blindly for anything that might be termed an approach
to religion ""d falling far from the mark imagine this
. talking about the failure of orthodoxy ... the delinquen-
cies of rabbis and of ritual slaughterers.
Too bad that there is no real head of the Jewish faith
and a body that could call aueh as this usurper to account.
In continental Europe we have often heard of "Courts of
Honor" to which men are called when they stray from the
right path. Even were this existent in this country, irre-
sromibles who lack honor could not be included within the
purview of such a body.
However ... there is the natural law of retribution. 1 here
is the old
first make
tertaining orchestra rather than a
tuneful dance dispensing organiza-
tion, and it was not till a short
The United States government a .|ew. Two other Jews, among tlme &g0 tnat he revolutionized his
gave notice today that it did not them Kliyahu Levy, 15 years old. stylt; '" favor of the latter type ,if
like recent attacks in the German were injured when Arabs began USIf'.
;>ress against American citizens throwing stones in the convent Critics were dubious about the
and institutions. quarters. The shooting of Schneer- 'Ption that would be accorded
Secretary Hull instructed Wil- son stirred the Jewish community '**"* -tvlf'- bt once they
liam K. Dodd, American ambnssa- deeply, as this was the first time
dor to Berlin, to express to the since last October that thee has
derman foreign office this govern-
ment's amazement and concern
jver the violence of the denuncia-
tions.
It was the second diplomatic In-
cident between the two counti ic-
w thiii a week. Germany previously
had protested against a speech in
which Mayor Fiorello II. l.aGuar-
dia of New York called Adolf Hit-
.. ..~-------- ------------ ... ... ,, ISOOU 101 six mourns in iwini.iii.tM
saying. "He whom the gods would destroy the, J "brown-shirted fanatic and .^ foment| lh ,.e. a wide
mad." Perhaps this is true in our local instance. iu,ll had apulng.ze.1 i..rmlly for ^ iUmdm .,,. ,,,. WM ,,(M wit. 1
---------------------------------------.. .....LaGuardia's remarks. ^ by ^ ^.^ aulhorilit.s U( pr0. the at
Jewish News
Around the
World
Palestine Office in Czernowitz
Wrecked
.on of the Union of Orthodox Jew-
ish Congregations, in an address ai
a dinner of the Har Zion Congre-
gation. "Every right-minded per-
son must deprecate the stupid myth I Guardia
of racial superiority," he declared, .,.
Zionist Congress Directors Named
Roumania (WNS)Valuable doc- Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
uments and Palestine visas were | starting early on preparations for
destroyed and other damage done tlu. twentieth World Zionist Con-
in the Czernowitz Palestine office gnaa this summer, the Zionist ex-
by unknown vandals who broke into ecutive announced the appointment
the premises during the night. Al- ,- Franz Kahn as director and
though the identity of the hood- Fliu uilnian as vice-director of
lums has not yet been established, tnJ, ,.,,,..,.s.s office. Both are
suspicion is directed toward the Chechoslovakians.
Revisionists, who have made simi- __________,------------
Officials said that the German
press attacks to which Secretary
Hull took exception had continued
alter he apologized for Mayor La
reference to Hitler.
Berlin journals printed
such bitter articles about LaGuar-
dia. Jewish women who composed
his audience and American munic-
ipal governments in general, thu
ions of them were
heard the new presentations, they
there ha- went awaV singing new
been any such brutal violence in aml Grb* and his orchestra
Jerusalem. I 8WunK to the P'naelc f PObHfl pop-
Menacing overtones of Arab ter- ^-
rorist preparations reverberated in Al" tht' Biscayne Kennel Club the
various forms, including the in- orchestra is presented in the grand-
juring in Haifa of four Arabs when stan*htly from 8 o'clock until
bombs which they were manufac- '"'dnwht and the program 1m
ing exploded prematurely. Sidky changed every niKht. The musical
Tabbari, head of the Arab Nation- ProTam is never the same arid
al Committee in Tiberias, was ban- there is constant parade of en-
ished for six months to Ramallan tertainers before the "mike," with
variety of song, novelty and
There is no extra charge for
ttraction. The admission to
duce a bond of SI.000 to insure his \ thl'track. 25 cents, is the only
good behavior at Ramallah. The tariff.
police blotter also recorded shooting -------------
at Yakhin in the Tulkarm district- est Contest and the sincerity of its
on Thursday. Two hundred orange sponsors.
trees in the Jewish settlement Old Gold offers 1.000 prizes to
were damaged. The famous Ka- taling $200,000. The first prize is
doorfc Agricultural school, the gov- $100,000, and the other !)!y prizes
einmenl institution for Jewish Btu- total $100,000. Here is the great-
dent farmers on Mt. Tabor, was est opportunity ever offered you.
of them wen- described B|B0 the target for hillside snipers. And. Old Gold did not forget the
here as unprintable in this country. (Jhiffirs drove off the attackers. Jewish people in this contest. This
Der Angriff, said here to be the
lar raids in Palestine. Poland and
Belgium.
Denies
20.0110
German
South
JeWI Settled
America
Police stated that the casualties contest started last month, but you
were unknown. Two Arabs broke have plenty of time to enter it. It
into a hut in an Arab grove in Tul- is not too late,
karni and shot an Arab watchman
Jews Claim to Be God's
Chosen People
New York I WNS ) Twenty thou-
sand of the 100,000 Jews who em-
Washington, D. C. (WNS)- ignited from Germany in theUsj
Charge, that the Jews had arro- lour years have Mttledin South
gated to themselves the title of America, u wa. "Ported bj Dr.
W. 5.0 en people" were brand- Bruno We,, Be, hn .ittorncy I
ed a "stupid myth" by Rabbi Wil- vice-president of the Central Vei
Jim Margies of New York, chair- ein, on his return from a v,,t o
n;;u, ol the social justice commis- Argentina, Brazil. Chile, le.u, Bo
Official organ of the German labor
front, aroused particular resent-
ment in official Washington quar-
ters by i's references to women
who attended the meeting at which
LaGuar
Hull
a complaint from Mrs. Stephen K-
Wise, chairman of the women's
lection of the American Jewisn
Congress, calling attention to an
article published by Der Angriff
in, .March. 5th.
! he asl^-1 the Eecretarj to in-
;.s. up n a d savowal of the ar-
ticle, which she described as an
insult to the 1.20U Amerl an worn state of the Union.
en at thr luncheon. questi a a
It'llUUtl 111* MIWVIUB .---.-
1 'k The World's Greast-
acted after he bad receive.I .
est Contest Is in
Full Swing
Start today.
Go to your nearest cigarette
dealer and ask him for a set of of-
ficial Old Gold Puzzle Pictures, to.
gether with full rules and details
ab< ut tha contest. Follow the in-
-l: u 'tion I arefully and you will be
entered in the contest at once. If
your d-.-al:, cannot supply you with
these puzzle send j i eq lest t-,
arg. this new paper and it Will Ik given
The old Gold Contest is the
on.est that has ever bee:, con- imn ediate attent on.
ducted in this country. It reaches
all c vi,- the nation, from the At-
lantic to the Pacific, into every
e W
Great-
Bear :n mind, to-1. li..it a:': -r ..oil
try your first pack of Double Mel-
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I'a;c !' ur
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Friday, March 12, 1987
I
BULLETIN
TEMPLE iSRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
Ott ice Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN RABBI COLMAN A. 2WITMAN
6996 Albacore Drive 530 N. E. 31st St.
Miami Beach 6-V87f> Miami 2-9548
One hi both if lh" Ratlins will be at the Temple every morn-
in:,' throughout the year.
Benjamin LeVine will be chairmen
and hostesses of the affair, with
the able assistance of Mrs. David
Slann and Mrs. Lawrence Sapero.
Admission to the luncheon and
bridge will be SI per person, and
reservations may be made by call-
ins: any one of the hostesses. A
record attendance is expected.
YOUTH GROUP DANCE
This Saturday evening, March
13th, 1887, at 9 o'clock the Youth
Group of Temple Israel will spon-
sor its first dance in Kaplan Hall.
Tickets are only 25c per person,
and we expect all of the young peo-
ple affiliated with the Temple to
attend. The proceeds of the dance
will go towards defraying the ex-
penses of the graduation exercises
and the confirmation, and this pur-
pose, we believe, is sufficient rea-
son for the support of this dance
by all of our members.
A NIGHT OF FUN

MIAMI BEACH
CONGREGATIONAL
Dr. Nissan Touroff, one of the
pioneers in the field of pedagogical
psychology, and a founder of the
modern Palestinian school system,
will be the guest speaker at Tem-
ple Israel this Friday evening,
March 12th, 1987, at 8:15 p. m. Dr.
Touroff will address Miami Jewry
in the subject of "National Psy-
chologyNormal and Abnormal."
In the cultural development of
our people, through its self-asser-
tion in the modern Hebrew liter-
ature, Dr. Touroff may he regarded
as a disciple and exponent of Achad
Ifaam's prophetic analysis and the-
ory concerning the Jewish people.
Dr. Touroff, born in Russia,
idied in the Moscow schools and
was a graduate of the Moscow
of art. After his gradua-
I 01 fl im the Hebrew Teachers'
' llejre in Wilna, he went to Ger-
iny, and there studied at the
University of Berlin, University of
Leipzig and University of Jena. In
the University of Lausanne in
Switzerland, he received the high-
i degree awarded by that uni-
y, the degree of "Docteur-es-
letties," for his outstanding work
hology and education.
n receipt of this degree Dr.
Tout as called by St. Peters-
burg Society for Propagation of
mg the Jews of Russia,
a- superintendent of their school
1:. 1907 he was called by
Zion ai head of a school
in : I ini. He organized t:,o
e for Women, and
ii ad of the bu-
eau lucation the entire ed-
it system i Pa e tine. This
held un( afte the war.
in Palestine he was also the first
the new-paper "Il.iuictz."
Ii ading newspaper in
Palestine.
In 1919 Dr. Touroff came to
America, founded the Boston He
brew Teachers College, whence he
was called by Dr. Stephen S. Wise
to become head of the department
of Hebrew literature in the Jewish
Institute of Religion in New York.
| In 1930 he became the dean of the
Jewish Institute of Religion.
For the past few years Dr. Tour-
iff has been devoting his time
olely uo the collection of his writ-
ings, and to the publication of his
iife work, which will be published
in Hebrew, dealing with temporary
currents in psychology and psy-
hology iii connection with ('(luca-
tion.
Dr. Touroff's only public appear-
ince as a speaker in the past two
years will take place at Temple Is-
acl this Friday evening, upon the
invitation of Rabbi Zwitman, who
is a Student Of Dr. Touroff's. The
entire Jewish community is cor-
dially invited to attend the lecture
and the reception sponsored by the
Sisterhood, which will follow the
set v it.
As a continuance of the promo-
tion of a better feeling and under-
standing between the various
groups of our Jewish community,
Dr. Kaplan has been extended an
invitation by Rabbi Max Shapiro
to be the guest speaker at the Beth
David Congregation this Friday
evening, March 12th, 1987, at 8
iVlock. His subject will be en-
titled "Perfect."
SISTERHOOL |
0 _________________________o
An important social function will
be the luncheon and bridge spon-
sored by the Temple Israel Sister-
hood at the Blackstone Hotel next
Wednesday afternoon, March 17th,
1937, at 12:30 noon. Mrs. .1. N.
Morris, Mrs. J. A. Richter and Mrs.

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21th, 1987, a most unique and un-
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local community by Temple Israel.'
On that even ng a night of fun
will he had by all attending, and
that night will be remembered for
a long time. The Night of Fun will
consist of an old-fashioned nickel-
odeon show. "The original Hiram
Rubin Nickelodeon Show," with Mr.
Rubin himself presiding at the fes-
tivities, featuring old-time movies
which were shown in 1906 and l'.lOT,
' will be presented. Such classics
las "The Hazards of Helen" (1907),!
the "Farmer's Daughter" and the |
"Great Flirtation," which Mr. Ru-
bin has exhibited at the private
party of Mrs. \V. K. Vanderbilt
in New York this fall, will delight'
the spectators. An old-time com-
munity sing will also be conducted
by Mr. Rubin with his collection
of slides of the '90 .
Refreshments and entertainnun.
conforming with the spirit of .In
performance will be supplied and
dancing will follow until the wee
hours of the morning in Kapla 1
Hall. Admission for the entire
evening is only SI, and an imme-
diate purchase of tickets is advis-
able.
Tickets may be obtained by call-
ing the Temple offie, 2-7745, or
from Mr. Abe Aronovitz. Mrs. To-
bias Simon, Mr, Herbert U. Fei-
belman, Mr. Isaac Levin, Mrs. Hy-
man N. Levy, Mr. Max Orovitz,
Mr. D. J. Apte, Mr. J. Gerald Lew-
is. Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. J. A.
Richter. Mr. Leonard Epstein, -Mis.
Morr s Plant, Dr. Frank Coret, Mr.
A 1 man. Mr. -lack Hein-
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Miami
Y. M. H. A.
Notes
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
Addressing the board of direc-
tors of the Y. M. H. A. last Wed-
nesday, Mr. A. C. Cohen, well
known communal worker, stressed
the importance of an immediate
concerted drive to raise the neces-
sary funds required in the under-
taking and erection of a Jewish
Community Center.
At the present time Chairman E.
Albert Pallot of the Y. M. H. A.
building committee, is receiving
necessary data for a suitable lot.
When sufficient information has
been secured, letters will be sent
to representative leaders of each
and every Jewish organization in
the Greater Miami area tx> meet at
some designated place to decide on
the most suitable site.
A splendid picture, dazzling in
the magnitude of its conception,
brilliant in magnificence of execu-
tion, the Seventh Avenue Theatre
great "Ziggy," himself, in the very
heyday of his triumph, would have
viewed with proud satisfaction.
A musical, a girl-glorifying
show, an art director's tour de
force, "The Great Ziegfeld" none-
theless, tells a warm, pulsingly hu-
man story of individualsthose
glittering, glamorous personalities
of theatrical royalty. Frequently
they parade in their own proper
persons as do Fannie Brice, Harriet
Hoctor and Ray Bolger. Again they
are skillfully portrayed, as is the
base with Eddie Cantor Will Rog-
ers and similarly far-famed stars.
And there are other amazingly
colorful characters not so heavily
d Bgnised, but that they may be
recognized by all familiar with the
backstage Broadway scene. '
Among the "Y" members seen
strutting at the Floridian Hotel
dance given by the Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation, were Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Blum berg, Louis Safan
and Betty (Ft. I.auderdale) Marko-
witz, Charles Add man and Esther
Cromcr, Jeani'ttc Karasik and Har-
old Levine, living Rotfort and
Blanche Scligman. Ida I'eele and
Alfred Kantor. E. Albi it Pallot
-lined it, being that his niece. Nat.
alie Pallot, and Mr. Sam Goldstein
were recently engaged. Mozel Tov.
next Sunday and Monday will pre-
sent an opulent, eye-filling enter-
tainment' in a production which the
Win $100,000
Start Right Now
An exciting contest, with $200,-
Odll in Cash Prizes, was announced
in this newspaper lasl month. This
contest' is sponsored by the mak-
ers {of Double-Mellow Old Gold
Cigarettes. Since its announce-
ment it has captivated the Amer-
ican public and has created such
unu.-ual interest that from every
village and town contestants are
filing their entry forms. Everyone
want's to win one of the 1,000 prizes.
And the makers of Old Gold Cig-
arettei did not forget to include
their Jewish friends in this con-
test, ai is evidenced by the repeat-
ed announcements in our publica-
tion.
.Many of our readers have al-
ready entered this contest. They
are working hard on the puzzles.
All are anxious to win. If you have
not' yet entered the contest it is
not too late. Go to your nearest
.cigarette dealer and ask him for
I a set of official Old Gold Puzzle
Pictures, together with full rules
I and regulations. Follow the in-
structions carefully and you will
be entered in the contest at' once.
If your dealer cannot supply you
with these puzzles, send your re-
quest to this newspaper and it will
be given immediate attention.
Bear in mind, too. that after you
try your first' pack of Double-Mel-
low Old Golds you are not delight-
ed with them you get Double Your
Money Back. Success to You.
FOR AN ENJOYABLE
Passover
Make Your Reservations at
JOE RUBIN
Sea Breeze Hotel
Second St. at Collins Ave.
REASONABLE RATES
FOR THE SADER
Or for the Entire Meek
Congratulations and best wishes
,i Miss Doris Scrlin and Hy Cohen,
who will be tied in matrimony this
Sunday.
Don't forget fep attend tile Junior j
Division girls' break dance Sunday,
Match l^th, at the *Y" clubrooms.
>)(ciai entertainment has been se-
-u eti to entertain the many vis-
itors expected to attend. Admis-
i n is 'JO cents for the men and
'JO cents for the ladies. Miss Shir-
ley Rosenthal is chairman.
The Y. W. H. A. has signed up
Al Abrams and his swing band to
play for their first annual compet-
itive .am.evil.e and dance. Sunday,
MarCfl gilt, at Kaplan Hall.
i ha'iir.an Josephine Kolman an-
il unces the entries of the follow-
.ng organizations, who will corn-
icle for a handsome grand prize:
B nai B'i ith, Nathan Adelman,
p.kSideM', Junior Council. Miss Lil-
lian Wucher; A. Z. A., ( har.es Ad-
elman; Book and Brief Club, Mrs.
Ely Lear, and Miami Beach Jewish
Social Set, Sheldon Dubler, presi-
dent.
To date a total of thirteen or-
ganizations have entered, which
undoubtedly will add pressure to
the judges. Hurry and send in |
your organization entry if inter-!
ested in tough competition.
Milt Friedman, Cantor Louis
Hay ma!., Sam Hand ana Boris will!
represent the B'nai B'rith. while
Maurice Fodor, Dave Traeger and ,
Joseph Rownin will do their utmost
to carry off honors for the Y. M.
II. A.
.'iv.! h Orphans to Say Kaddish for
Christian Merchant
Saloniki (WNS) -In an unprec-
edented gesture of good will to-
wards the Jews and Jewish cus-
loir.s, th? family of the late Zissu
\.eru. wealthy Saloniki Christian
merchant and for many years pres-
ident of the Saloniki Chamber of
Commerce, have set aside a spe al
fund for the benefit of 40 Jewish
orphans who will say kaddish for
Weru on his yahrzeit. Weru's fam.
ily also contributed another large
sum to establish a Zissu Weru ward
in the Baron de Hirsch hospital.
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I'ajre Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, March 12, 1987
Jacksonville News Important News
To Headers About
Old Gold Puzzle
Contest
Mr. and Mrs. M. Margol cele-
brated the Bar Mitzva of their twin
sons, Hilhcrt and Howard, this past
week-end. Services were held in
the Jacksonville Jewish Center Sat-
urday morning and the twins were
presented with leather hound Bibles
by the center. Rabbi Margolia pro-
nounced the blessings at the con-
clusion of which he Rave an in-
spiring talk on brotherly love.
After the sen ices Mr. and Mrs.
Margol were hosts to the congre-
gation at a reception in the center
auditorium.
Mr. and Mrs. Margol entertained
with an at home from 2 until 6
o'clock Sunday afternoon for
friends and relatives in honor of
the Bar Mitzvas.
Enthusiasm in our city created
by the Old Cold Puzzle Contest' of
S2(Kl,()0tl, is mounting every week
as thousands of new contestants
join the "Pot-of-Gold" quest for
$100,000 first prise. There is still
tiinr to enter this contest which
has created BO much interest among
our people and especially among
organizations where Old Gold Puz-
zle Pictures have been distributed
through the co-operation of this
! publication.
Think of it! $100,000 first prize,
and 099 other prizes, totaling
j $100,000. We suggest to our read-
era that if they have not entered
. this c(.ntest as yet. to do so and not
pass up this opportunity. There
] is still time to win a fortune.
All you have to do is to go to
your nearest cigarette dealer and
ask him for a set of official Old
Gold Puzzle Pictures, together with
full rules and regulations about
the contest. If your dealer cannot
supply you with these puzzles, send
your request to this newspaper and
it will be given immediate atten-
tion. Follow the instructions care-
fully and you will be entered in
the contest at once. Success to you!
Austrian Chancellor Joins in Ap-
plauding Attack on Hitler
Veinna (WNS)Two thousand
prominent Austrians, among them
Chancellor Kurt Schuschnigg and
other members of the government,
vigorously applauded Count Rich-
ard Koudenhove-Kalergi when he
told of a huge meeting against anti-
Semitism that "murderers and rob-
bers rule Germany today, while
thinkers and writers starve in ex-
ile." In what was generally re-
garded as the most important dem-
onstration against aiiti-Semitism
| held in Vienna in many years, the
' large assi ablage of highly placed
i personages cheered all attacks on
I Jew-baiting and Nazism. The meet-
! ing was under the auspices of the
: Pan-Europa Union. The presence
of Chancellor Schuschnigg is held
to have given the gathering a quasi-
official character.
The regular meeting of Junior
Hadassah was held in the audito-
rium of the Jacksonville Jewish
Center Wednesday. Father's night
was observed, the business meeting
was short and only topics of im-
portance were discussed. Miss
Clara Kramer gave a report on
the membership tea held recently
in the home of the president, Miss
Molly Mizrahi. An interesting pro-
gram was given and Mrs. Nat Co-
hen, president of Senior Hadassah,
gave the girls a pep talk.
The Senior Hadassah chapter
held its annual linen shower in con-
junction with the regular monthly
meeting Wednesday afternoon in
the Jewish Center.
I
The fourteenth anniversary of
the organization of the Ladies' He-
brew Sheltering Aid Society and
Home for the Aged was held last
week in the Jacksonville Jewish
Center.
The main feature was the in-
stallation of the officers and mem-
bers of the board of directors for
1937. Joseph Wilensky, toastmas-
ter for the evening, installed Mr.'. |
Joseph Shapiro, president; Mrs. |
Simon Lasarow. first vice-prei- '
dent; Mrs. M. Ghelerter, second;
vice-president; Mrs. Louis Wolfson, J
third vice-president; home fund
treasurer, Mrs. S. L. Blattner; aid
fund treasurer, Mrs. Ben Baker;
corresponding secretary, Mrs. Sam
Bryan; recording and financial sec-
retary, Mrs. Henry Rosenvaig; sec-
retarial assistant, Mrs. Herb Tabs-j
man. The board of directors in-
cludes Mrs. B. Becker, Mrs. M. L.
Hollins, Mrs. Perry Kantor, Mrs.
G. Levine, Mrs. Oscar Margol, Mrs.
A. Nabin, Mrs. A. Kristle, Mrs. Abe
Selber, Mrs. Fred Soforenko, Mrs.
M. Stein. Mrs. J. T. Wilensky. Mrs.
Sam Witten and Mrs. II. Voffee.
Tampa Notes
Y. M. H. A. Calendar of Events
Sunday, March 1010 a. in.,
men's gym class, directed by Joe
Bonowits; '! p. m.. junior basketball
practice.
Monday, March 16 X p. m.,
membership drive committee meet-
ng.
Tuesday. March 16 p. m.,
/ ni t meeting. Meeting of the
.'' n yfellow .
Wednesday, March 17 7:30 p.
in., rehearsal <.f Y. M. II. A. or-
chestra, directed by Mr. H. Griff.
Thursday, March ix 7:30 p.m.,
w men's night in the gym, dire e
1 y Mrs. Leigh Salsbury.
Friday, March 194 p. m., class
in .Iran;:.:: an i expression, di-
rected by Miss Gertrude Michael;
. in., i el. iou! i i al tem-
i le and bj nag< gues.
All group.- of Tampa Jewry are
rk'ng energetically at this time
mi i .1 Community I drive,
which started on March 8th. The
i i slogan this i ir is I';.
Will."
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KOSHER "YARDEN" WINE
to 133 r
FOR PASSOVER
Port, Malaga, Muscatel, Sherry, Tokay, Blackberry
and Sour Wines
Under the Supervision of
RABBI TENDLER of New York
And RAHHI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER of Miami
Distributed by
FLORIDA BUSHKILL BEER DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
261 N. W. Twenty-Second Street
HEN FLEEMAN PHONE 84589
OBTAINABLE AT:
MIAMI
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BARMAK'S DELICATESSEN2nd Ave. at N. W. 5th St.
THE BRIDGE BAR456 W. Flagler St.
MIAMI BEACH
MIAMI BEACH KOSHER MARKET826 Collins Ave.
THE KIBITZER326 Collins Ave.
NEW JERSEY PHARMACY400 Collins Ave.
BURTON'S LIQUOR STORE468 Collins Ave.
WASHINGTON DRUG CO.244 5th St.
ROSEDAI.E DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT
1437 Washington Ave.
Horowitz-Margaret en
MATZOHS
"The Matzoh with the Taste'
Delicious Egg Noodles
and other Passover Products
Absolutely Pure and
KOSHER for PASSOVER
.At all groceries
Local Distributor:
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K2 N. E. Twenty-Sixth Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
^Mtfij
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I hr Hem in Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables
YOU MAY ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS
DAIRY PRODUCTS
TlOBb TO3
Strictly Kosher for Passover
Under the Supervision of
RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
Of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
. and
RABBI DAVID CLEIN
Associated With Beth 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
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*S
FRANK J.
BRUEN,
Gen. Mgr.
BISCAYNE KENNEL CLUB
Presents
IN PERSON!
THE IDOL OF THE AIRWAVES
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ORCHESTRA
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Friday, March 12, 1987
Society
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will
S|i, iik on "Sacrifices" at the late
Friday evening services tonight at
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. At the Saturday morn-
ing services Rabbi I. M. Gordon,
dean of the world famous Lomzet
y< hiva, will speak briefly. No
eals for funds will be made.
Mincha services begin at 5 o'clock,
followed by Shalosh Saudah and
Maariv .services.
*
Miami unit of Junior Hu-
held its annua card party
at the Alamac Hotel last Monday.
Pi ite the inclement weather, e
large attendance was noted.
funds derived from this af-
faii will go toward the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
Mr. Murry Grossman was award-
ed o gift of glazed fruits, which he
turned back to the organization and
which was auctioned off by B. B. B.
Ethyl Wax, chairman of the
affair, was assisted by Miss Bert
New I, Miss Irene Goldberger,
Mis Eddie Adler, Miss Terry Sat-
Morris Gordon, Miss Ida
Engler, Mrs. Murry Grossman and
Hannah Mack.
* *
With but five weeks remaining
of the meeting which began De-
28th, many big features are
i for the West Plagler Ken-
Club patrons.
During the past week James J.
lock, world's heavyweight
i h.ampion, attracted a large crowd
to the track and was given a big
hand when he informed the patrons
thai he would defeat Joe Louis
en i hey fight for the title in
June.
I he running of the $2,000 added I
Futurity also proved to be a big
attraction. The richest purse in'
dogdom went to J. K. Miles' Straw '
Stack in a thrilling contest.
Though inclement weather pre-
vailed several nights during the
wick, the mutuel play and the
crowds were a tribute to Jacob
and William Huntley, the gen.
ial owners of the track, who do
everything possible to make the
oval the most popular in the state
I "lida.
The Nursery Stakes will prob-
start during the coming week.
The stakes proved to be popular
asl year. Friday night will find
the all distance champion being
Cfowned. Eight dogs were selected
for this event, which began over
the three-sixteenths route. On
W ednesday night they ran over the i
futurity and Friday night they will
run over the five-sixteenths mile
ioute. The dog scoring the larg-
< t number of points in the three
i aces will be decelared the winner.
My Ben, Go and Real Command are
the three leading hurdle dogs now
t the track. The hurdle race is
an exclusive feature at West Flag-
ler. Motorists can reach the track
in ten minutes, using either West
Plagler st. or N. W. Seventh st.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. David Blumenthal,
newlyweda, of Chicago, 111., were j
honored last night by a dinner
party at- the Hotel Evans, given by i
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. Krom. Other guests attending ]
the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. L.
Meyers and son, Edward, and Mi.ss |
Edith Krom, all of Chicago, and j
Mr. and Mrs. Ebby Feinberg and
son, Stanley, of Minneapolis, Minn.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seven
CANTOR SAMUEL VIGODA
Who is conducting services at Beth
Jacob Congregation tonight, to-
morrow and Sunday night.
A gala crowd attended the reg-
ular Sunday night dance at the
Hotel Evans last week. Dancing
and entertainment] were featur-jd
in the Evans garden patio. Music
was by Mort Richards and his or-
chestra, and special entertainment
furnished by Cheater Alexander,
* *
"The world has produced no in-
tellect mure comprehensive, more
profound, more subtle, than that
of Spinoza. And Spinoza has pro-
duced no other book which for all
these qualities can be compared
with the Ethics," Dr. Wolfson told
the Spinoza group last Saturday
afternoon. Nexf Saturday the
lins Ave., Miami Beach. This will
mark the thirteenth session this
winter. At 2 p. m. the gathering
will listen it) the opera "Mignon."
At 3:30 Dr. Abraham Wolfson will
speak on "Spinoza's Religion." Gen.
eral discussion will follow the lec-
ture.
Continuing its policy adopted
many years ago, the Miami Home
Milk Producers Association will
again provide its numerous custo-
mers with strictly kosher Passover
milk this Passover holiday. The
finest of milk, sweet and soui
cream, butter and eheese will be
produced at the Hale dairy, spe
daily set aside for the production
of Passover dairy products. A
mashgiach un ler the direct super-
vision i Itaooi Abraham A. Kell-
nei 01 the Mi.....i Jewish Orthodox
Congregat on will reside at this j
dairy curing the entire Passover
period to insure strict adherence
to every dietary and ritual law.
All customers and those not other-
wise provided are urged to advise
their route men or to call .oe dairy
.....iately to make u.-[- reser-
vatiou for the I'assove dairy prod-
ucts.
These ROKEACH Household Products,
which help to keep your home Kosher
and Spotless, are also
KOSHER for PASSOVER
* i:nki \< II kOSIIEK
SCO! RING POWDER
* ROKEACH KOSHER
S( > \ Vin Curious
ROKOH-For Porcelain, ROKEACH POLISH
Enamel ami Tile I'OW DER
* ROKEACH SILVER
POLISH
* ROKEACH KOSHER
Aluminum Cleanser
At all groceries
I. ROKEACH & SONS, INC.. BROOKLYN. N. Y.
- Trade Murk lire I >. Pal. Off.
Group will set x"i|
at 1059 Col-
THE
PRESIDENT
HOTEL
1428 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Takes pleasure in announc-
ing that it will remain open
for the entire Passover
Week.
_
SPECIAL SADER
SERVICES
March 26th and 27th
*1

We Take Pleasure and Pride in Announcing; Thai
Kosher Passover Dairy Products
will he produced by as in compliance with th< Jewish laws, under the supervision "I
RABBI ABRAHAM A KELLNER
Of (he Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
And in the Presence of a MASHGIACH. Appointed by the Rabbis
IF YOl ARE NOW A CUSTOMER OF THE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS
ASS'S INSTRUCT YOUR ROUTE M VN 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 Psoilucen
Association
768 N. W. 18th Terrace
Phone 2-76%
ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET
MET A I. WORKS
Responsible tuofers Since ltfia
Inspection and Estimates Free
222 N. W. Zt.th SI. Phom 2-370.r.
Enjoy Pleasant Afternoons
TROPICAL PARK
Watchlnf America'! Finest Thoroughbreds
SENSATIONAL' SPRING MEETING
RUNS THROUGH APRIL 3 ,
Height races I
EVERYDAY |
1:45 P.M. I
POST
Sran'rfifan'd $1.60
S
ubhouse $3.o Miami's FAmiJfly Race Coarse
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Page Eiirhl
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
Friday, March 12. [987
Society
Cantor boria Schlachman, execu-
tive director of the "Y," will con-
duct the servicea both nights of
the Sader at the Hotel Evan*,
Miami Beach, according to an an-
nouncement by the management.
Reservations are now being taken.,
A real PaSSOVer spi.it will prevail.
*
Mr. ./..,. Rubin of the Sea Bree'.e
Hotel announces that they will re-
main open for the entire Passover
Week and special Sader sei vies will
be conducted the first two nights
of Passover, with a well known
cantor in charge. Reservations
may he made for Hie Sader nights
or the entire week.
* ? *
The Hitter ami La Flora Hotels
will he open for the Passover week,
and special services for the Sader
will he Conducted in the beautiful
Hotel Hitter dining room under the
direction of Rev. Harry Gold of
New York. Special Passover del-
icacies, for which this hotel is fa-
mous, will be served, and every ef-
fort is being made to make this
holiday a memorable one for the
guests. Reoause of the, limited
capacity those desiring to attend
are urged to make their reserva-
tions immediately.
cording to announcements, con-
tained bequests made by the late
Sarah Afremow. one of Miami's
pioneer Jewish citizens, to Beth
David Synagogue of 120,000, to
Beth Jacob Synagogue of $5,.......
and a large sum to the Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Yeshiva in New York.
This will has not yet been filed
and indications are that it will be
contested, according to notice filed
in the county court by a sister of
he deceased, M s. Cromer,
Among the nutels remaining open
for the Passover holidays is the
Tides Hotel, under the manage-
ment of Messrs. Grundwerg, Cohen
and Ginberg, well known hotel men
of Atlantic City. In addition to
guests at the hotel, the dining room
will accept reservations for Pass-
over meals from the general pub-
lic. Those desiring to attend are
urged to make immediate reserva-
tions. Sauder services will be con- j
dueteil both nights.
The World's
Window
(Continued from Page I l
would not conform to that Jewish
ideal of his righteousness and peace
and justice. It became more and
more pagan, dark, warlike, cruel
and tinned with an immeasurable
brutality precisely against these
Jews anil true Christianswho
were the bearers and proclaimers
of the Germany of Kurt Tuchol-
sky's outraged and aggrieved and
disappointed love. But with them,
Jews and Christians, Tucholsky
would have nothing to do, lie
could not fall back on his own peo-
ple. He had nothing to go back
to. Like the alien lover of a wom-
an to whom nothing unites him
nothing organic, nothing that gives
him any rights, and whose mistress
turns out to be a bawd, Tucholsky,
his Germany having gone hopeless-
ly astray, had nothing left but
death.
It was exact., .ke that. Before
some higher tribunal love may give
lights. Before the tribunal of the
world and of history it does not.
It is easy to imagine even a mod-
A will opened last week here. Be-
came in that Germany or elsewhere
Of Jews as Jews, of the Jewish peo-
ple as a people. Well, Germany
White Oak Leather
LADIES* HEELS ......15c
HALF SOLES......... 50c
ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP
2in N. K. First Avenue
Opp. Cortez Hotel
crate and non-.N'azi German say-
ing: "We asked this man neither
for his love nor for the vitriolic
anger of his outraged love." In
Kurt Tncholsky's love of Germany
there was a fatality and tragic
guilt. Guilt' toward himself, guilt
toward the Jewish people. That
guilt and its consequences extin-
guished his genius and drove him
As Usual the
Rosedale
Delicatessen
170 N. W. FIFTH ST.
WILL SUPPLY YOl'R EVERY
PASSOVER WANT!
A complete line of Manisrhe-
witz, i.i..idin.in. London, Horo-
witz-Margareten and Streit
Matzos.
NatZO Meal, Noodles. Coffers.
Teas, Sugar, Prunes and Nuts
of all kinds.
Spices, Vinegar and NyaFal
EVERYTHING IN THE
FOOD LINE
out of life Need I draw the
moral?
(Copyright, 1087, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
i'"M......IIIIMIrilll.........MINN..........mill.II.HUH.....ui,!,,.
Enjoy a Complete
PatMOver Holiday
At the
Hotel Evans
Seder Services by
CANTOR
BORIS SCHLACHMAN

First Seder Night
Friday, March 26th

Second Seder Night
Saturday, March 27th
Reservations suggested
Phone 5-4611

Enjoy the recognized cuisine, ]
conveniences and comfort of
the
HOTEL EVANS
Collins and 10th St.
MIAMI BEACH
Same Management as
Motel Evans,
Loch Sheldrake, N. Y.
I
Puzzles 1-6
FIRST WEEK'S SERIES
The solution, or name
PUZZLE No. 1
below that puzzle. Fill in your solutions on the Entry Form in
the lower right hand corner of this announcement.
PUZZLE No. 3
WHAT NAME DOES THIS PUZZLE REPRESENT?
The Correct Solution Is in the Following List
w .isiiini'i.m Irving Jack I .on don
.lohn KliiilHne Marl** Antoinette
K"hoc Arhut klc (icoiw WtiahlnRton
Oncttr wiiifr sir Walter Khih,-'-
Noah Wchttcr Robert louUStcuaton
U uii.uu rift I.IHLui Kuucll
WHAT NAME DOES THIS PUZZLE REPRESENT?
The Correct Solution Is in the Following List
' h.nlrs Dickens Stephrn I > mil
Riitlyurd Kipling
Israel /ar>r\w|l|
William I'rnn
Hubert Drowning
Mark Twain
I'm a i. Cut
h.irl. v _
Anna Pavlown
ilvoflrvy < hunt t
WHAT NAME DOES THIS PUZZLE REPRESENT?
The Correct Solution Is in the Following List
Thnmai Gartyto Warren liatlna<>
Horace WiilprV Amerigo \ c-puce I
John Siuari Mill II i........,,.. .-i i
Ponce Leon Johunn Strains
. iiiKtup'ier < nliimhiiR Benjamin Franklin
Percy Shelley John (Julncy Adams
PUZZLE No. 6
WHAT NAME DO'S THIS PUZZLE REPRESENT?
The Correct Solution Is in the Following List
Ilenrv '.lit.
Wiley Post
IX.nm.ml .|Jm lli.i.l .
I elf I.rkson
Thomas Jeffertmn
Jullu* Caetur
I'-n .1 iMllll ;l .
Walter Kalelfth
James Otflethorpe
Russell Sane
Robert Fulton
Thomas MelAhan
ilrt-i-jAvrf. 1997, by p. I*rtll*rr1
WHAT NAME DOES THIS PUZZLE REPRESENT'
The Correct Solution Is in the Following List
Cotton Mather
Stephen Foster
Harry llondlnl
Jane Austin
Patrick Henry
Franr. Schubert
KlniMan.ite
Juliet Capulet
Robert 'outhev
Jeanne Faflels
Menial I cnln
THE RULES
i. old goi rrs mizzle contest i* open to
BVf-ryb v i >< In t II > \ t u. territorial
{ ', '' pti'Hi of n.....lapferaai ol
P. I anil rd I i tnpn y, I I tin families, and ii-
advi-r Ullg .in famine .
I Apopglnoi lea than oo punt whld will ba-
[ lucrei m al ici-ii u i: c ... i,-...,-,i. .,,n
beol II olutfon Koch puatt I reprrseat or In
asnw uriiniu way nontaln I. ,i I. u convry
the idea .! n.iiii I:,,- name may l~ ihai ol .i person,
dooil oar, i-i city, -:.iit 01 n atloa. i in- earl r
Krzlr* w.M (. ,,i the niarr rVmentary lypr In i
' II i r lit U I IvM wi h
the pnttdplas for lolvini tbfi portli ulai kind S. pi.u (K.i.d will pay a First Prtn "I (o.ooo.oo
BD0900 other ca ii prta (a graad total ol t,aoopruwa
epvsatlna iaoo.ooo.ao) to Uic ona tiiniisanfl oon-
lama who hy hi. ir rabrali atom aHilere the onethoa-
"J" ,1"-1" "' ""; Ihroufh m Ivroa punk-* thi-y are
call.'I upon I..-live unil.t ii,,-. nil.-, and win. ii ,,n
other way* COOloral tu all ol theae 4. The puzzi,.* will i^ lamad for olnUoaa In wrrklv
erica of in, ami conu-lanl' .,-, ., k, .1 ,., -,,i,. .n,i
luiuiiii aouiUooi KM II VV'EKK. The i-i Waek'a
berics ol 6 puzzi,-. Ivmi- th.- ntleane dale >l Mno'lay
i,,,.l"'"- '',"[' Monday, for fonrteen addMiooal
week*, there will be another v-'.-l-ly arrlea to solve.
C-onles-aol .ti-.-il I olve it,.- [iiiz/lefl and *ulimit olu-
tlona I., same ilurinit the week (olh.wiiie. h-iuii, ,- date
ol earn neiie*. Id milimntini: tlie *ohition lor any
turrent Krle.. a ronleKant i- piivileged to nbmlt
H.luiionr lor prece.liuit aeru:*. Thu*. a eootestant
eniennit the conteil diirmif the zu.l week nhoul.1 sub-
Mboth the i*l rVcflrireSEliea a* well the zn.l Wrek'a
Hcnn, an.| a coaientaat tuicnnz dining the jrd week
WHAT NAMt DOfS THIS PL7ZLE REPRESENT?
Thr Corinct Solution is in the Following List
Mlllar.l 11 lllmo.e William ShakesDcare
fSfVfS }"' Kolii .1 Muni,
D.i.il, l li,(,. Admiral Demy
Junie. Nlonroc II.mi.v Ward ll.'eeher
Perrr S lelkrj ufteae ,. i,i
K.i.i,.i..ii Vafentlao Gcertle ian
s.,,..
hoiibl milunil IhiiIi Hi, I.I ui,l end Weil*
well aa the jH VVcrk'a Scrlca, en I an on
Nhouiii be .iuaiiii.*i Innccordanre with Kui. .\,. i,
?'.'.".";','!'', "'' '........-T1 '" ""l iMi norolionn
i.m .1 ui.i.k. In arrlr. ..| -i. The Hi ......,
| nay wobtain..... RKKatmanyei-anite -
ii your dealer rannnt supply v.u. will.. i v..ih.
i 'I Ira ..n re-iu. ii I s l |<\ Kl IKM > ke
I. npert n n ii. -w. ;..i. i. nuupuines or rin-ubn ami
wii be i stable. Ihice yon re -.-.-i in
I aaatoi will uc nailed to y. i 1 ui i;.
7. i.
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II no- count. Io not den
,,,.->-...,, no- .-oun.. I ". not .li.,,iate %,-t ...I,..
m .i ulve ihe pna In ,. i, '
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1 ;': '< eon-.-i...... t,| |i,. .,ny in. .
" I lora leas prrfcel luhh......;ihal I
or irtore persons Us In sub mil lira ihe ........ sol
loi.ii oi ii,,. putties i.i.u ihe i ..... ... .....-, ,
v. be i-'tvIIo, them, ..ml Hi,..- two or rm .
i i be awarded in Hie order ol the accuracy ol ihe
ybmladona ... .. Aral ... II necessary, ., ,..,.| 8I.nip
In, !.., itiiii; ii-./zi- ii,.- .....n.i groupof Ik break-
mo putties to be .. n,,..i..... i,y a Irltri aa brrcin.
ali.-r .|...uie,| Inevenl .. rcood tlr-lweaklM iroopol
putties i* nercaaary conteatanu elli .1.1. .., solve -,,.,.
will i- n.,u,r.. I., accompany Ihrlf aoliitloni ... thla
seeon.l lie (...-.iLinir croup tit purzh* with a I.H-r ..I
between loo ,111.1 _. wordl on llu .ill.,. t: "The In-
creased l-opularily ol Did I-.1.1 I i,.,i,,. Mi
t o.ninunily A* a Result ol the (11.1 (...1.1 Contral."
Only in cue "I n.- si.II f.i.lin, alier sul.mi-i.ins to
tne seion.l lie l.reak.na coup ol puzzle* have I* ,n
cheeked will Ihe aceompanving letters Is- consMrrcd.
and in ih.it even; prize, will kamrarded on ihe baaLi
a 'risinuhty "> description and (iner.il Intersil ol Ihe
letters. In ca*e two or more letters are judse.l ol equal
orupnallty and e.|u..l ecneial interest then duulu ati>
' ...... "I '-i".i- imihi.-elll. 1)1,1)1.1)
f ',',"" ".....'"''' i tree .. unably .... urate
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...I. I -ii..i i>.,- ..>... m.,1., ., !,.,-in.,..ler to
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one ...iii|,i...,e set solutions, bul -.., h entry....... be
ii.livi,i.,iiy klkmUlied aa entry "A"i entry "B", etc,
I > h entry will h- udced u .i uuu. No cootcatanl la
ehK.l.le to win raOTC thaB one pr.Ze. Ihe |;|,e.t prize
"""nil' ""V ""llv"1'"'1 mt'y -uhinltled by that COO-
i. ip,.n rnterine thla emteai and by the .ul.ml..i,.n
i ....... to ii,,- puaat, .......atcatani ,:,t
,'.1..... I l.i.r.ll.H.I 1 ...i.p.iiiy in ..II matters
*';- ""-....."m.......I Hi. .on....!, it,,- acceptanc. ..I
"'"." ;..... "'" IfMeJdM ... awards ami Ihe .,i,a.,i.
Invoked .... Insure Indlvldua .'i.... in l,im,.. io.il
....lie-,.,,,!, dial! be Anal and ,..,,.1,,.;.. n," l"
1 ..ini.ir.r 1 ompany u.n enabliah ...i Individual i.le i,,i
..... I.. ...ui. -t.uu. but will not is- mencmeible tof *ul.-
m.s.ions ... eouiinunie.ilion. unduly delayed or lost in
Ihe mail either Ii.iui or to the coulcslaul.
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prizes will be awarded.
cencial Iatercst then duplicate
Be sure you have familiarized yourself
with these rules. Read them over again
and then solve the puzzles.
^100,000.00
FIRST PRIZE
ENTER THIS CONTEST NOW!
There's still plenty of time to go after that
$100,00:).0,) first prize. Begin by reading the rules
and solving the Fi:-st Week's Series of puzzles, re-
printed here. As soon as your solutions to these
puzzles are received we'll mail you at once all the
other puzzles issued to date. Then you can bring
yourself ri!it up to the current weeki in the con-
test, by sending in all solutions that are due.
Further puzzles, to complete the contest, will be
mailed to you, postpaid, as issued.
As provided by the rules, please enclose 3 Old Gold yellow
package wrappers with your solutions to each weekly series
of puzzles, or 3 of your own hand-drawn facsimiles. Either
will be equally acceptable.
1000 PRIZES.. .TOTAL $200,000.00
fefr
PRIZE CROP TOBACCOS
make them DOUBLE-MELLOW
TWO JACKETS
DOUBLE "CELLOPHANE"
ke.p thorn *
ALWAYS FRESH
ENTER NOW! BY USING THIS ENTRY FORM
Official Entry Form
OLD GOLD CONTEST
Date.
P. O. Bin 9, Varlck Street Station, New York. N. V.
ItM f..Unwind are my aolullona to puzzlea 1-6:
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!,.'',".' 'i'T a*H2a*J OM 9oM ye,,"w P kafte wrap-
mSS. V '"'-'''> facalmllea) In accordance
with the rulea. .Send me all puzzlea laaued to date.
CIIKI-K WHICH
Mr.
Mrs.
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Addmtm
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nan hhiknamk
Jmm.
Submit the aolutlona aa indicated on thla official
l-.niry loim, by Mldnlftht. of the coming Saturday,
or earlier, If you chooae.
PLEASE PRINT YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS