The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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AA00010090:00424

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No. 14
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AI'KIl, 2. [937
Price Five Cents
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
Pesach and This Age
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
lumn is co j i Ighted
. V Is Featuie Syn-
i; p (.din til n ..:
:! pari Btrlctly i n bid !en
Infringement will be pr
i
: i -a \ery many > ra igo
. rs though) they i uld < el<
i I nli i.i .i purelj i is tor lea I
l : foolsh phrase goes,
i. Iii; OU -' II e. All or
: the hopes for libi rations
... nd Be med to hi.......n
i lished and the liberation I
i. to be nearing com; letion.
w, m re unfre i in < ountries
Ivea still untree. These
iwn as iiic backward coun-
t id everyone expected them
r i uji day after tomorrow if
, t i row with the ideals
Bittiall) achieved In all thai part
i Western world which, by
ii.....inmon consent of :ill man
I reached a height and a
.1 itherto unknown,
need not he old to i e i m
|. period when these State-
Is wi re truisms If Jews were
* e nii'ii anywhere the fact
i ded as an anachronism
tate in which the thing
ti nl< plai e was held to h in need
ther Western civilization.
r< re, Of corns.', always
thinkers ho did not be-
Ilia) all was as well as it
lint the warning, at once
and tremendous, which
\ Ha'Am Issued in his greal
n tliter Freedom and In-
ude went uttei ly tin
except by thai handful of
o al I'-oiy shared his
Wi Bt I) azed with
I-. ; n i a reasonable i n s-
peril To be a Jew In Itself to
i n little out of date. The
llvals were charming
no doubt, but history hsd
ng ago destroyed their
In nnoft r eri The old
Mi are gone, The old over-
Rin atlons, hai py and rose-
eg ne, too. Life has be-
ns ly compllt ated Fire,
ti : r n w slavery ravage
' The 'wi ih people has
1 a symbi l and a myth.
W >,. pew Blavery ar -.
whi r the vertigo which has
upon mankind is most vio-
let rever men plunge Into the
n>< nulfs of reaction there
thi isii people is attacked, pet
cast out, burned, Btai vi >i
be ;,s the representative I
thai eedom and that form which
the a slave-states abhor. We
'i' in one Mlzraylm, we are
In Mi aylm over half the ei rth
And ; the lands of bondage are
like thai land of bondage
" i nlavelands under the eel
ed I'harac ha, be they called
Kni.1.1 or Duce or chief Commls-
whether they prefer to at-
tack i e bodies or the souls of the
Jttti people, and whether they
si Ivi !o di Btroy thai peopli bj
Cl 'ii n.il Mi in \ nil.-lit :. i i -11' p
ti ii. Wherever a country ttiiu-
nt" b : ind ol bondage for all Its
tin it poor wr. iched am
ii -fooled rabble la gl > en the Ji w
to hate ami bate, bo t at II ma)
forget tin1 Inn heel u on it
l\ mil the mi hr.emenl cf its
own soul
Thus it lias rome about that
Pesach is radiant with Immediate
.ii- age a.iii meaning, i.s syin
in .i ill burns ai the ve y heart of
. iii-tur c process, 'I he great
v up torn of the death of liberty
for all men is the persecution of
the Jewish pe pie. And s,i when
lews remember their first g-eii
i beration from a house of In nd-
age and pray fi r their renewed
liber ition i nun the houses of
bondage of the wt rid, they are
tsplring n it only t ward their own
freedom but toward the freedom
of thai wi r'.i of men which mur-
deis iis own bouI and i a own lib
erl i's wht never it attacks and
cast s nut the peoi le Israel.
\\'.' need to seek to be Blaves no
more In Mlzraylm bui free men not
only for our own sake but for the
of ail m inkind. We need to
ii i .' men ei en in Mlzraylm In
order to show the Blaves of Pha-
ra i what free i"iu is. in order to
show them lhal free men are men
of goodne H and Of l i a. We
need m..... than ever to remember
a hul and who we are i oni i
more the blazing symbol of our
ii .ii j. i i si nbal i f the em
battii tl liberties and dei encles ol
r-l pizntl n If all men are fi i
ar '...... If w ar i nsla' M
ii" w..:1.1s peoples are enslaved
I... And at such times, above
all, and never more than today do
we ......d to sound the great call
ind ry of freedom as self-al flrma
ti. n. as warning, as a rallying
blast to all those who do nol yet
on-.":t to the re enslavement <>i
mankind
We have been separated fn m
all the pagan peoples by the
preservatit n of our form which Is
an eternal as, iratli n after free-
dom In the Eternal; we were, as
the Hagadah says, Idolaters In an
,,,,. dolators still and bow down
. : ... the id.ds of the pagan
marketplaces, such as the slave
service now and lias i.....n In that
service from generation to gene-
ration and it is this iviiin.ini
which is forever the Bymbt l of the
rise and fall of human freedom and
human health and human good
II ss.
There are many ways In which
we can help to realize within his-
tory the dazzling truth of the mes-
sage of Pesach We can assert
our fr.....loin and so all human free
doni here by rebuilding the ruined
Zlon in our hearts, by letting cur
hearts be under whatever skies
and amid whatever hardships the
(Continued on Page i)
An Open Letter
March 29. 1937
The Jewish Floridian,
Miami, Fla.
is tlemen:
May I take t'-iis opportunity o
commending you for the timely
article appearing in your Issue o
March Z6fh entitled "An Ounce of
Prevention," and to urge upon your
readers the advisability, even the
necessity cf paying heed?
I have never been an alarmist
btt in my many experiences In pub
lie life I have learned the ever
rmortant lesson that "vigilance i
the price of liberty.*' I krow tha
iv fe'lew Jewish citizens ca-no'
help but receive all the rlpht* the-
are entitled to as American citi
e "8 at the han-ls o' hei' fell-vv
i'tlxent, and of public officials.
Yet it is an ind:sn.itable f-.ct thr>*
candidates for public office and
consequently pub'le offic;als can-
not help but "-e influenced by the:
story told ry the regi-tration rec-
ords and the ballot box. If the
Jew sh citizen is content msre'y to
he a citizen in name o"ly, it is
but inevitable that his Hesires will
'-e ove-looked and SOMETIMES
HIS VERY RIGHTS IGNORED
Simply to posses'; the right of suf
frage and not to exercise it. is akir
to the fireman who has all the
equipment at hand to combat the
dangers of a conflagratiir, yet ldl<
v itches and does no'hing.
If there is anything I should like
*o impress upon my fellow Jewish
citiie-s it is this:. If you want to
nrserv fie inalienable ri-hf
t-at Amer'c-n citizenship entitles
"ou to, don't reg'ect the_e righ*-
'-y failing to cast your ba'lot. And
3S a necessary prerequisite, it fol
lows that on* must reiis-er wi'.h
in the srort time still left and pay
'he small roll tax --o that he can
cast his ballot for the proper par-
ties at the right time.
If I can be of service to you in
your efforts to make our Jewish
citizens realize their duty to them
selves, please call on me.
Sincerely.
(Signed) ABE ARONOWITZ.
B'nai B'rith
Elects Officers
At the annu il < nvcntlon of the
District Grand Lodge, No. "> of
B'nal B'rith, held recently at
Ooldsboro, N. <'.. Hyman s. Jacob;
of Atlanta and most a. the worker
in the entire district, who Berved
as first vice i resident for the pas!
five years, was elected President
of the District. -Mr. Maier Tries)
of Chariest.in. S ('.. was named
secretary to succeed Edwin L.
Levy of Iii. Inn.mil. Va.
Harry Adelberg of Baltimore
was named first vice president;
Alvin S. Kaitlis of \sheville. N.
c. second vice president; William
A. Qoodheart of Baltimore, treas-
urer. General committee named
includes Sidney .1. Stern of Greens-
boro, N. C.J Edward Rosenbltim
Nazi Leader Has
Case Postponed
New York i VVN81 T i beat I
on a .-.I nplalnl by thi am Mas -
Get -man-American League for ("i i
lure against i-'ritz Kuhn, Fit
.it the pro-Nazi German-Ame lean
Bund, wim is charged with i e al
inn a business in violation of the
Jewish News
Around the
World
Secret Fascist Body Orga-iTing
Within Shadow of White
House
Washington, I). C. (WNSI In
the shadow of the White House a
state penal code, was adjourned new s.......t quasi-mllltar) P
'or a week, until April Bth, by Mag organization is being built by fan
'strati- Richard P. McKlnliy In '"' E-lwaid Page Qaston under
Yorkvllle Court, but not until the 'he name of the Patrl I Guard f
Am.Mica. A reserve officer, for-
mer prohibition agent and official
of Herbert Hoover's Pood Admin-
istration during lh"' World War.
two factions Mad engaged in an
oratorical free-for-all. When Kuhn
entered the ccurtroom he was ac-
companied by lr.u Nazis. ,\- he
approached the bench to ask for Page's organization le pledged t i
an adjournment his henchmen un ;l nation-wide drive against "our
loosed a storm of "hells" and gave cringing, vote-catching rulers and
in.. Nazi salute in military forma ,!l" lawless labor untons." The
tion In reply the ami Nazis, led prospectus of the guards reveals
by Eugene Grigat, shouted "II..' ,,,:" wa started originally dur-
ray tor Hochfelder." Hochfelder be- tag ""' shipping strike on the Pa
clflc Coasi three years ago. Page
admits he is Beeklng member p
among army and navy officers and
members >t the American Legion.
Boasting hundreds of membets al
ready enrolled, Page explained
that his movement would be or-
ganized on military lines, with the
country divided Into nine con a
areas. He plans garrisons at
Strategic points, transport anil air
services and Bpeclal divisions to
< i>erate public utilitiea In the
event of strikes. Page revealed
that he is appealing to university,
college, business and professional
___________________________men, Junior leaguers, Bociety lead-
ing the complainant against Kuhn. era, polo players, yachtsmen and
The uproar finally be.anie bo ,:, ., sportsmen to loin the guard,
greal that Magistrate McKlnlry oi Among his credent ala Is an al-
ii.red the courl cleared. W'hih leged letter of rec mmendation
Hochfelder was agreeing to th< from Alfred E. Smith.
week's adjournment, Nazi and .------------
anti-Nazi sympathizers continued Jewish Publication Society Plans
their oratorical demonstrations in six Books in 1937
the street In Hunt of the nun Philadelphia tWNSt six new
h use. Hochfelder at first pro books will be published during tin'
test d agalnsi the adjournment, remainder of 1937 by the Je
Baying: "l have tried to get the publication Society of America, it
man summoned before two Jewish was announced here. They are
magistrates. Now I have come be Brand Plucked from the Fire," a
fore a Catholic magistrate and !
expe. t to get action."
Seeking to circumvent the charge
that the German-American Bund Is
violating the New Yoik State penal
bo k of poems by Jesse Sampter;
"Commentary on "Deuterono }
by in. Joseph Relder of Dropsle
College; Index to Dr. Ginsberg's
"Legend of the Jews;" the pi ze-
code by engaging In business with [winning manuscript of the Edwin
.tit having been Incorporated, Frits Wolf prize novel contest; Volu ie
Kuhn, Bund Fuehrer, crossed the '' ">i the American Jewish Year
river to New Jersey and incorpo Book, and a book on ("hanukah,
rated tin' German-American Bund edited by Emily Soils-Cohen, Jr.
Auxiliary of 926 Danielsuii Bt., -----------------------
North Bergen, N. J. Incorporation American Jewish Congress Elec-
pap.'is filed with Gustav Bach, I tions by Direct Ballot Planned
clerk of Hudson County, name New York (WNS) Elections for
Kuhn and Beven New Jersey Ger- the nexl Bession of the American
man-Americans as trustees. The Jewish Congress, tentatively set
papers reveal that the new cm ''"' the fall of 1937, will he on the
poratlon is not organized for profit basis of direel ballot, according to
and that its officers must be mem deeisi n i.'ached by the admin-
bers ol the Bund or cf one of its Istratlve committee of the con-
local brain lies.
hi WashlngK n. D. C; Rabbi David
I. Zielonka, Tampa, Fla.; Julius
Fisher of Roanoke, Va.; Emanuel
Lewis of Savannah. C.i.; Abe Sh.-i
ferman of Washington, it. C, and
Moses Shapln of Wlnston-Salem,
N. C.
;ress. Full plans for carrying out
of elections are to be carefully
worked out by the organisation
commission, together with the gov-
erning council of the .-.ingress. The
extraordinary conference of the
congress held in Philadelphia in
March, 1935, voted to convoke the
next convention through the use
jof the direct ballot.


Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
N.
i-'
The Zionist DlBtrlcl ol Greater
Miuml ,i! imiii an imp miii busl
n meet in-' mi 'v ening
..' i rah, li .-. ii,
Beth I :n ill Tit i
i i :. 11.11. All members
I > .- .: B(l :. '/..
(I to i i There will
i Hal li in- or i oiled ions t
..Incl.
Friday, April ltJ
SOCIETY >
Messrs. Max Kupferati i
Helman, Harry Seltlln,
ou:|
Murrij
Plant, a. Goodman ami j j
S( liochel
For the
i. ral hundred kin-'- attended
reception n lionoi ol Pierre
Van Pat sell, Intei nut iouallj
|oui nallsl mid l t irer, and Judge
. n W .Mai I. nt
States Circuit Puurl
lu i M ndaj nigh I ul the Atlantis
Hi Among ol hern ho spoke
|j were Mrs Ma \ I lobrin,
I i.i rj S monhorf and Rabbi ("ol
/.li man, ho made an ap
I eal for iiiiiils which reunited In
-VI ill hundred dollars bein
raised.
Miami Jew Ish >>'' hodox t'ongi
Hun Thursday i nlng, April 1st,
,1 c: ;iu i 'cluck Friday morning
services begin a) !i wil i Rabbi An-
al-ani K. i:iu i real hing on The
Story "i Hope." Fridaj evening
ynj^ b .i' 6 o'i lock. Satir
hi \ppi i!a
ilny in rning bpedal Ylsskor Berv
I es "ill be obi ened and Rabbi
Kellner will preach Immedlatel)
prior to tin mi morlal Bervlce on
"The Oloi y I- In Llvln !." We
in rial services will begin prompt
lj hi in:::n i; miii s inday school
- ill resume bcbbIoiis on
ii n la) mornl ig al HI o'cloi k.
The publl (peaking class s; on
.in n j the S ni n' Council of
'ewisli Wi in n \\ill resume Bea
ail ns i n Fridaj. April 9th, i le sea
nions si heduled for today having
'I'.in i: silon Phi, n mil mill
h socl-il fial i mi y I unded al
Columbia University in 10, In
dm v.r-iv of Miami with ceremonies
: i Miami Peach Klk '1 b al < postponed
5th Bl and Jefferson ave Miami
II i, i, lasi Sunday afternoon Beth David Sisterliood is spon
Thl was followed by a banquet al mi-lug a benefll bridge party al the
i ... Alumami Hotel, after which a Alamac Hotel on Wednesday, \pril
formal dance was enjoyed. More 7th. Mrs, Isldoi Cohen Is chair-
than one hundred, represent ns ...... the committee in charge ol
mam ol the university chapters, irrangements and she is being us
utcrested In the happenings in
i line "ill wanl t" vlsll the
. ,;..... Theatre, where "Paths In
Palestine." ii Iravelcgue taking one "'' entertains
hiougli the b ami ful scenii and
I i Hrlj Land, "ill be shown The Nad I
Sunday, Monday, TuetaJ l"h W, .-ml _-;'
lid w .(I .: sday In these da)
com niiin ,
in I ill Hi who i ml ii
to tr ?vi'i in Tallahasi .
I:i it se slot! of ilie i..
Si aboard Air Line lii
nniincet. through T. \v
dl i 'ii passenger u
i ii. iIon of ;i tlitough sli
urj of Mi.' Jew from Jacksonville i T
i
Burd....."s hi
The fa e la
Ion i ,;;" -' "' '
.ii-.'-.
.. | ,,, M ,, psda) pi nlng,
\ ni |4i In ginning al s '< :' K
m ii-.- iiome ni Mrs. Stunlev ('.
My, i 512 s W. 21si ii" Mrs
Sum Halperi is i lull.....an u i
. mi in.- omii
.\ hen school mil lorlties are advo
., in ovei........ than eve the
ii. ,. of he i ni n in educational
,, ||)(a i-j-. i ,i,i. : i mi to Insisi ihai
itter II onlii be a proi el step
very i illd attend the Sunda) Myers is .....lairman.
schools and Talmud T ralis In this lie la iiig-.l
mid el/, ibis opportunity ol
seeing iii> hlstoi ral homeland on
ihe bi n i'ii. The feature pii tu e to
be show n in i onnei tlon w Rh ibis
travelogue Is "Love Is News."
starring Loretta Young, Tyrone
Power, Jr., and Don Amerhe.
attended, In additl n to Rabh Max
Shapl ... .1 icoli II. Kaplan, A bra
I :11 i A, Kellner mill Colmail /." It
man, Dr. H !' Ashe ol the I ni
verslt) of Miami, Dr, Jay F. W
Pearson, secretary of Ihe I'nlver
sity of Mini Dean T. Holds
worth. Dean Henry S. We I, Dean
R \ Rasco, Registrar Harry Pro
v In, Mayor Rosroe It- unsteter < l
Coral Gables and Ceo. E Merrlck,
founder of Coral Gables Indue
lion i erenionies of the new r lap
ni. lii, h will lie know n as Tan
Ni. wns directed by .Inlins M
lire tenbach, president of TEP
ii ii,.1 conn. II, and Louis Helman,
prael r of District l.".. who were
led b) Ihe Alumni \- o. ial Ion
of Miami. Among Ihe new mem
In .... VI ion Wnsnian Henrj
W'nrsliaw sl>. Dan .-I Breinin. Ir-
ving Kramer, Jack Mlntxer, Abe
Gordon, Hy Koch. Leonard Toliln.
Arthur Willing I Stnn'e) Blai l<
man, A i- Camlng, .in-iin
read) membpi ol I
Maynard .Men"
\l ric, Orovltx and J mm
Wellil !l' !l lie I'
last da
i
'
I
slated by Mesdamea Stanley C.
Myers, Max Pepi er, F, Schrelber,
Mor is Pepper and Joseph Sj man
Prizes "ill be awarded f.>r high
-, o es and refreshments will be
sen,ii The public is urged to al
tend.
* *
The last day- of Passover will
be ushered in al Beth David Con
gregatlon Thursday evening al
ii:ii". Friday morning services be
-in al 8:30 with Rabbi Max Sha
plro preaching In Yiddish on "What
Price Arrogance Ft Iday eve-
ning :,i K:15 Bpe inl late Friday
evening services will be held with
Mr Altieri Jacobs n, who recently
returned from n trip around the
world, ns the guesl Bpeakei on *
i Surveys the World Jewish
Seen." Saturday morning serv-
begin ni '< :" II the Vlxkoi
ii mcinoi inl sc : j. es ni l" o'clock
Immedlatel) rio lo I he met rial
service Rabb Shapiro "ill preai li
in Englislt on Whl. li Do We
i Life ot Death '" The
i i al ion ill hold sor.
r Iday and Saturday mornings
ni I" la.
|. ..mi
i,, in i on ii i n n ,1 wo ker ol ,lai k ion
v in,.. Kla., inline. I) n res'di til til
Miami, :i '' 'I lie rnesda) and
u ill p. nn everal mi ill ill
Mian i VI i Shelnliaiim ill ;" i
ineiniiei eii Inn he beer, Ihe or
u.iin/.r ..I ihe Hebrew I'r el'i I)
Inn which aided several hundred
transients here dn Ing Its o
lion ni several years He "ill
make his I........al the S> l\ lu Hotel
Inau-

Mil
I' 111.
' I '
Bl Tul
airii
ill., mill
it ion ;it
y in;
Mr. .in.i .Mrs. Max Peppe are
visiting their brother and slster-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper, and
ill remain here i i several weeks
Last Thursday they entertained al
i ,i nner In celebral ion of ihelr m
toenth wedding anniversary al the Mrs. Sara i Grossman, eighty
Garden Restaurant. Among I use <> rcn years old, h resident I M ami
who mien,l.d "ere Mr. and Mrs for Ihe past sixieen years, died
A Pepper. Mr. and Mrs Morris aftei it li lei I.....-s last Sunday
lepper. Dr and Mrs Max Pepper, morning. A native ol Minsk, llus
Mrs. A. Sand and Mr Leo Roten sin. she came 10 Miami from h.-r
,.,... ,,, providence, R. I., and Mr. home In New York City She was i p in
Myer Orossman of Gainesville, a me he ol the Miami Jewis.....
* lh...I..v Coilgregatloll ami a. ihe in .M^B^
I III
effe, live wltlt the firsi
Jacksonville April 6th,
trip from Tallaliii
This through Blei
leave Jacksonville 9 :
daily, arriving In i
a m. and the cat "ill
for occupancy untii > u
laha -.
Returning, the car
Tallahassee al 1:34 h
inn in Jacksonville al '
ii will be plai ed n I
Tallahassee for oi i
time after 10 p. m.
P tssengers fro n Ml i
secti a an leave Ml on the
Southern State Spei
dally, arriving at ,1
'. I" p. in and connei
t hrotieli car ft om Jai k ille t
Taliahassei .
The foil, wing .-ni,line: ---rvi..-
is also available: Le iv,
p. in., arriving Jack
a in Leave Jacksoin I
arriving Tallahassee 11
or you can leave .lack- i
a, in. and arrive In 1
i
ii in.
n rk ol H- Ladies Auxiliary
With but two weeks of the neel Hie rk ol Us Ladles Auxiliary
Ing remaining. Wesl Klagler Ken- She leave. irvh ng hei
nel flub patrons will witness some daughters, Mis Ida Bucksiein and
hoci
For Sale -
Well-equipped rrjisolinr sltilion in lu'iirt of Jewish
i,'. ,-. rack, lire rcpiiirs. etc
OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE MONEY FOR A LIVE WIRE
ASK FOR "ROY"
299 N. W Fifth Street
PHONE 2 9639
CAMP W0HKL0
FOR GIRLS
v.-, Miles from Washington, D. <'.
en Miles iroin Baltimore, Mil.
,. Heart of the Blue Ridge Mts,
OPENS JULY 1st
8th Season
of the mosi coli rful menu ex
hibited al any track tin- year.
The season al the dow nto n oval
has been the beBl in the
of the downtown oval
Jacob Sher and William Hunt
ley, popular Miamiaiis and owners
, r the beautiful oval, worked mi
llringly lo make ii an unusual sea
-mi The attendance and i
play reached a new high and Ihe
prospei is an- thai it "ill lead
track In Florida when the ;i on
ends
During the last week Ru ly Val
I......mi also Ihe monkey Jo
ni iin, ii,l enormous crowtls 'I li
monkeys are scheduled regularly
lo ride on Tuesday and Friday
nights.
When ihe seasi n closes, \pl II
10, two dogs will go down in ids
.....i ru
. son. These n p 'i,
b; i I ib i 'ill roll, and I'"
die. ..win d by Prank Jo
can be rated as I he lies! in Ann
Tin dler in Mi' "
I is withoul
My Ben, on noil y Cl tie H ib)
Ben la the cl.....II tig to a
in thai raced It ha
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Cared For From Birth to Maturity
Praiseworthy
Last Tuesday morning at the assembly cf the Ada Merritt
Junior High School, the Rev. Daniel Iverson, one of the promi-
nent pastors of Greater Miami area, spoke to tha students of
the school. Cf interest to us is the unsolicited expression on
the part of Rev. Iverson, in which he related the debt of the
Christian people to the Jewish people and faith, wh"n he s.iid
We must not forget the debt we owe to the Jewish people tor
cringing to the world the idea of a God." When our ancestors
were worshipping idols, the ancestors of the Jews were teaching
the world the God idea."
When we reach that sta-je of understanding in which spir-
itual leaders of one faith w.ll not hesitate to express their n
debtednesa to the fa'th of another, and particularly to the Jew
ish people, then certainly it will lead to a b?tter understanding
between all peoples. It is indeed a splendid manifestation of
good will and understanding and we are happy to commend the
example thus set by Rev. Iverson.
Are We Shirking Our Duty?
In the past several months this area has baen replete with
solicitations for one cause or another. In fact, as many as
twenty organizations have been soliciting the residents and
tourists of this area for causes and institutions, some worthy
and others not to the entire and distinct exclusion of those
institutions that are concerned with the needs of the local
community.
The otrnr day we real a statement of a leader in the phil
a-tiropic work oi the Jewish peoples in which he apologized
for the spectacular and unusual methods being used throughout
the v orld to awaken the Jewish people to their duties to their
fellow men and women in less fortunate parts of the world. He
pointed cut that were each one to give according to his means,
much could be saved and everything done in a becoming way.
And thus we face the problem ... are we shrinking our
duties? .... -
Perhaps if one were to analyze the situation confronting
th Jewry of Great :r Miami, one might not be as condemnatory
as th" surface facts point to. From present calculations we
have not less than thirty-five local rganizations, each requesting,
even demanding funds to carry on their respective work Many
have s id. an I perhaps with much truth that a consoltdatior
of many of these organizations would lead to the elimination of
auphc ty cf efforts and the saving of considerable funds.
WW is it that institutions, national in character, can and
do insist on keeping their representatives in Miami and Miami
Beach or ?ong weeks at a time to try to collect funds when .
is apparent thft most of these funds are used to defray the cort
of their collection, we cannot understand. Why it is that every
little bit of a neighborhood Talmud Torah insists upon calling
self a Yeshiva" and come here to raise funds when Heaven
knows we have not enough to take care of our own religious
institutions, we are at a loss to understand.
Whv it is that every vender of books, every promulgate!
of schemes can come to our local lay and Rabbinic leaders and
obtain their endorsement so that our local merchants may be
mulcted of funds, we are unable to ascertain.
know.
DAILY, thousands of Jewish chil-
dren come to maturity In cen-
tral and east European countries
who hi- been cured for either In
whole hi in part during most of
their lives by (he American Jewish
Join) Distribution Committee, or-
ganized in 1914 by nil elements ot
American Jewry to aid Jewish war
erera abroad.
Tin' Join! Distribution Committee
I in a great reconstructive
lusk in llil^ when it established In-
AtlUitlons to care for the thousands
oi Jewish children who had been
orphaned by the War.
Today programs of child care,
,c iiaented by medical care and
trade training are carried out by
local committees In Poland, Ru-
mania, Lithuania. Austria, Latvia,
Czechoslovakia, and recently In
Germany, to which the Joint DIb-
tribullon Committee, supported by
voluntary contributions from Jews
in America, grants substantial
sums.
Thus a child of an impoverished
Jewish family begins to benefit
from this aid when his mother ap-
plies for pre-natal care at one of
many maternity centers operated
either by TOZ, the medical society
of Jews In Poland, or OZE, the
medical society operating In other
eastern and central European coun-
tries.
In infancy he will receive milk,
it necessary, from an infant wel-
fare and milk distribution center.
Forty one artificial sunlight clinics
help prevent rickets among Jewish
children in Poland. Rumania, Lithu-
ania and Latvia.
As a result of such preventive
medical work, the Infant mortality
rate among Jews in those countries
have been decreased to 5-6 per cent
per 100, a level achieved only In
the most advanced cities of western
Europe.
When the child reaches school
age he usually finds it necessary
to attend a special Jewish main-
tained school. In Poland, alone,
more than 1400 such schools, aided
In part by the Joint Distribution
Committee, care for approximately
180,000 children.
While In school many of these
children must be provided with hot
noon-day meals. Daily 25,000 such
meals are given to poor children
in Poland alone.
In Poland and other lands chil-
dren In these schools are under
the permanent hygienic and sani-
tary supervision of these medical
societies. This Includes periodic
physical examinations and prophy-
lactic treatments In dental clinics.
Those who show signs of tuber-
culosis, malnutrition or other sym-
toms, are sent to Joint Distribution
Committee maintained summer col-
onies for from two-week to month-
ly periods to Improve their health.
When their elementary education
Is finished, many of these children
are aided In learning trades. In
vocational schools operated by
groups subventioned by the Joint
Distribution Committee, thousands
of young Jewish men and women
each year learn to become farm-
ers, carpenters, mechanics, cloth
cutters, tailors, seamstresses, cob-
blers and machinists.
At the free loan societies financed
and operated by the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, many of these
newly trained workers apply for
small loans to pay for their license
fees so that they can begin to earn
their living, or to sustain their
families while they are unemployed.
Jewish businessmen, farmers ami
artisans borrow larger sums from
cooperative loan societies to buy
merchandise, seed, raw materials, or
pay their taxes and to secure other
help or credits that regular banking
institutions cannot grant them.
The never-ending cycle of aiding
Jews in their struggle to help them-
selves Is illustrated above. (1) A
child being examined by a TOZ
physician In a clinic In Warsaw;
(2) A lesson In Geography in a
J.D.C. maintained school; (3)
Learning the Intricacies of a lathe
In a trade school subventioned by
the J.D.C; and (4) Applying for a
loan at a tree loan society office.|
Jacksonville Notes
Joseph S Wilensky, prominent
Iim ai attorney, last we '.< I ir n i I
annc unced hi- candidacy foi i It:
councllman-at-large, Group No. l.
Miss Molly Schemer and lack
Sllverman were married <
i die home of Miss Schemer's
mother, Mrs. William Schemer
Rabbi M. P. Margolls officiated ir
the presence of Immediate mem
bars of the family and a few
ii.....Is,
The matrons cf honor for the
bride were Mis. S. CarltOD and
Mrs. I. Oartner.
Miss Mildred Rose was maid o'
honor.
Willie Carlton acted as best
nan
The bride was given away by
her mother. Mrs. William Schemer.
After the ceremony a reception
was held in the home and Mr. a"d
m si! .iin ii l":i for a we Idlna
trip to Miami an 1 the Ea-l Coast
The Jacks nvllle Chapt< r, No
z'-i 11 tho \. /.. A., .ii : 'i Ord
.1 : > th. i "; '
.,, nd annual m'nstr >1 Bh< w a-ri
dance in the Jacksonville Jewish
Center Rl s:>"' O'clock, Sunday.
Apiil 11
Charles Ghelerter. general i i i
man. has app tinted the following
committees to see that nothing is
left und iv to make this affair
huge sir cis-: Rubin Dayan and
Irving Ghelerter, tickets; Julius
Fletcher, entertainment; Lei n Wit-
ten and Meyer I.ebovitz. publicity.
Tickets may lie secured frcm a of the following members; Charle
Ghelerter. Al Goldstein, Meyer
Lelbovitz. Julius Fletcher. Jack-
Planner. Rubin Dayan, Irine
Ghelerter. Leon Wltten, Seymour
H'iffei>bre. .'o Falls and Willie
Rosenblatt. Sidney Kass is spon-
s if ih.' loi al i hapter.
I" Ti a. le SI terhood :i
Di : :i i "s a S|ii in.: dale e 88 an '", ''11'
of Tuesday, April !, in the Frank-
lin Room of tii K.i i- ivell Hotel
The following committee mem
'" rs are i;i t large: Circle No. ".
Mrs. Bdgai \i Fels n, i ha ran .1;
Mrs Louis Wolfson, co-chairman,
ami Mrs. .1. M. Glicksteln, Mis A
Oberdorfer, Mrs Ben David, Mrs.
Lester Coleman, Mrs. Leonard
Flnkelsteln, Mrs. Edgar Kugelman,
Mrs. Paul .1. Nathan, Mrs. M 1..
Friedbeic, Mis. H. Gendzler, Mrs.
M. Meyerson, Mrs. Jennie Nathan,
Mrs. j. Schulhofer, Mrs. s. Bellg,
man, Mrs. n Zacharias, Mis. a. B,
Weil, Miss Uuth WilfSOn, Mrs. J.
Lelbman, Miss Frieda Weil. Miss
Helen Naumburg, Mrs. B. Hob'Ms.
Mrs. E. G. Stern. Mrs. F. Max,
Mrs. D. Davis. Mrs H. (Haulier.
Mrs. E. W. Wayb.iglit. Mrs Wil-
liam Nussbaum and Mrs. Sidney
Meyer.
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THE JEWISH Fl.ORIIHAN
Friday. April 2. 1'
VMamL
Y. M. H. A.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
i hai.....n re
i eived by ihia i olumnlst nqui Ins
ii b Instru
. organizing thi Hebn
Club :n 1" 2
n as i V ung M< n's >!
ASSOI i.i' '!. I .
Isidore S
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lurry Grot
the Y. M. H
sheriff, i*
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To barter it foi Iron ore
and oranges galore
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plan wenl
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Is. Iowa. Ik visit ...
lives Irs. H. S satiou
i was badly dented:
p tun l>5 annon ball
. didn'l care at all
i ss n ented.
n come I ome f om
P]
He'< > to I n tin loose again
:. Ifoi ullure.
anyone ol another name to char
t to Faunce, and thai goes r
ih> rest of my family," declan i
Miss Barbara Faunce of Chelsea
The I'inUi'lsli'ins dirl noi
their feellngSi condemning
Faunceg ami the wandering Fin
stein alike
,ia oil Finkelsteln, a fire
Jusler, said: "Wial's the matt
with Finkelsteln ) I've been i
rylng thai name tor the pas)
yea ami my father carried H f(>i
a g ud many years before i
It's been all right to me and i
Mill think It's a mighty good nai
and nothing to i"' ashamed oi
R is. N :-_
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- .. ce will bet i nexi that ii mlghl a detriment
Society
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to bi
the i si
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bei n responsible tor an Inert
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w 'i I g i out on a Job,
tin.....unpeting with the Kel i .
Mrtiphys, O'Briens and othi i
vulture.
FINKELSTEINS VS. FAUNCES
Amazing Battle n tHe Boston Area:
A Cohen Enters t'ie Fray
\' ICi The gay, 'We'll take Finkelsteln, i|. .
fi ud flared fasi -"' the name and he'll gi I i
s fiery feel m' m !
. .hing phrases ria.ned In A Finkelsteln. a d<
Id thai "It Bounds like a lol i
foollshm ss t'i me For the
' lil'5 "",;" 23 years since my gr.....tatlon
: coll -ge, I've always i und It .
the enough tor me to make a living

under, and I don't believe
Finkelsteln, nt- 1"1 handicapped me prol
ces In llil* city,
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Court asking
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il lesn't a|i
ih u cent, I wo tld
to assuming an old
r'auiu
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ally in any way I think that i:
name Is good enoug i for a
10 earn a living inder, Il a
lie good i'ii ugh for him to rei
"Any F ukelsteln is good enough
in be a Faunce, but there Isn i i
Faun, e good enough to i>e a Fink i
stein." -aid anothei member of the
11 ni when tiilil oi the Faunce Ii
le< lions.
in Paul Finkelsteln, of Brook
line, declared thai "the Flnkel
-' Ins don't like tin- idea of it
finkelsteln becoming a Faunce
any more than the Faunces do
The feud i.- nol yel over here
and t irtl et repei cttssl ns are ex

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in | ie and '"' ''l| '" other i mments were
thi sood :i"''(l ,,v """ N-C.J.C. News Servl
A i -.....id ship to i ind "mr A burly lii.-li courl al
g till :
the late Piesldeni Faunce
i I nee bai ki I \
I itldn'l like
ti i dant, witnessing the lubbub.
tin n Iy i 'marked, "Faw ncy that''
The most terse obse ratl n
the issue was uttered by a Cohen
lie merely said: "Pliooey!*
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eludes May 1-'. which w.ll .
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Frldt
|day, April 2, 1937
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page K.vo
Plain Talk
SELLIGMAN AND LEIDER
By AL SEGAL
is written i<> the memory
loseph Belllgman, Jr., o( Louis-
;,inl Ben Lelder of New York,
dead on th ri,'l(1 "f Dttle
ain.
Phey gave their lives (or Ideas
people iiii' m.....llv write
,w or mow hut about In the
,i,v their living ......ns with
By and sniiii. I have Just re-
i note Inviting me to i- al
v m. c. A. next Tuesday eve-
for supper and conversation
iul Spain.
I know what I Bhall do there If
I shall speak with bravest
This is our Btruggle .
and mine." and my eyes shall
with valor tor liberty and
:;llV. Bui l oughl to feel
pus lanimous fellow, indeed,
l,e presence of t tese Balnted
v, He you ami I we e giving ou|
words against Franco, Hitlei
Mussolini, Belllgman left his
room and Lelder his j b, and
., | to Spain and laid down their
. against the progress oi ty
mis
i,, time to come we may think
Ihi in as saintly its our saints
who perished In tin- flames of their
as prophetic as our prophet
wasn't Jesus one of our
nets.) who gave his life tor
Ind, These two lads died for
faith no less (if Judaism has
, v r 11 Justice and peace and
teousness In the world); they
... their lives for a better order.
me .... "He would shrink at the
thought that he might be painted
In heroic tn Id.
The was no alternative tor his
Intellectual Integrity. Young men
Of Spa n who carried his ideals
were dying for them. Arrogance
was marching In the world and
there i ie thousands In Spain who
considered that to give up life was
less than to give up liberty; to die
was t Buffer less than to live by
decrees of dictators,
Young Belllgman was ashamed
lO be apart Iroin illl this. He haii
the comforts of Swarthmore, all
the privileges of gentle living;
they (for ',is ideals) Buffered the
agony ol battle and wounds and
death He was the kinsman giv-
ing mil brave words while the
brothers perished, He was giving
eeches, resolutions; they were
giving everything.
I ie had loved peace above all t'i
good in the world and he loved
ii now no less, Hut there could
he no peace In a world of die
tatoi -. wai was ol their Ideology.'
Josi pit Selligman'8 Intellei I lal
ntegrity told him to go and be
went He went wiih no heroic fan
lures, no boasting of valoi; he went
,, iietly, even set retly, from ''is
, lassroont Swarthmore asked
"What has become of Belllgman
Next heard ni him he wat In
I'aris. on h s way to Spain .
"I'd rathei die than live In a Fasi Isl
world." lie wrote home Me died
in tie defense i i Madrid
Blnce his death a poem of his,
poignant and with a prophetic i as'.
has mine to light. He was sp. ,1.1
lug ol God. He was youth won-
dering and speaking to God and
asking questions:
He said t Ood.
sees and Saddmees to gftln con-
trol of the membership of the
Sanhedrln which was the ancient
Supreme Court of the .lews. "The
Pharisees won the battle by park
Ing the court," said Lovensteln.
The Jewish lawyer told the
Christians that the "Pharisees
espoused the eanse of the eomtnon
man and believed in passing laws
to meet the Immediate needs as
they arose." He defined the Sad-
ducees as that group "constantly
upholding principles of the law and
refusing to sanction legislation de-
sinned to meet specific needs if
they felt those laws conflicted with
those principles."
vention was t rgotten" But
ihere's no mention t lal Mains
was a .lew and that Vienna lias
erected a mon imenl to him as the
inventor of the automobile
i in the same page is the picture
of another car with the following
, option: "The first power ear of
practical use; the Mercedes ol
1HH. named attei the d lighter of
Jellinek, who induced Daimler and
Maybacb to build more powerful
,,.rs' Jellinek was the si a ol
a la minis miracle rabbi The
Austrian Jewish War Veterans
League lias been Incorporated In
the -mi Fascist Fatherland Front,
the Official militia Of the Austrian
government ... A slick little
scheme by whti h Yugoslavia paid
lor Nazi propaganda In that coun-
try has been exposed in the Yugo-
siav parliament By barter
agreement, Germany bought plums
trom Yugoslavia and paid 2.:i dinars
per kilo nlstead of the market
price of i.4 dinars The sellers
were Nazi agents who used the
difference f r propaganda -
Since Germany bought more from
Yugoslavia than she sold, the Yugo
slav state Hank financed the di al
by paying dinars to the sellers
Stephen Wise Officiates at His
Daughter's Marriage
New York iWNSl In the home
,i| her i aunts and With her father
performing the ceremony, Mrs.
Justice Waterman wise Tul n, onlj
daughter of Dr. Stephen B. Wise,
was married to Isadore Poller,
New York attorney. Widow ol i ie
late Le n Arthur Tulln, professor
ot law at Columbia University,
Mrs Tulln lias heen a Justice of
the Domestic Relations Court since
1935. Her first husband died in
1932
If7
i am particularly mindful of
Selligman because as a
ville hoy he was almost o
bor of mine and because he
-,, young, He Buffered his
l) ni,,in ,.t i age ol 20
Hi came from a gentle home
The s. Iligmans of Louisville are
r in the Jewish ci mmunlty
In the general life. His lathe'.
Belllgman, was a chalrm in
Louisville's United Jewish cam-
.. ilgn in 1935; is a membei of the
neetitlve committee of Loulsvllle'n
rence of Jewish Organlza
l t ie time when Louis
ill,, polities was very dirty ll<
, ourageous against civic cor
I ,n
i i, in Louisville wh., remeir
i ihi- like lo say: -The boy's
oi fighting for his beliefs
ii out reservation :is inherited
II his lather"
ph Selligman, -l was a
illi.mt student at Swartnioi,. B
rlter who gave evldem e of rlne
it: edit, r-in chief ,.f the Swarth
e Manuscript, the school's
i\ publication. He was "t
i Inquiring generation that gie
Ince l lie war and looks i lit
illy at the current life and ques-
U1-, the wisdom of the elders
ind tin s at the foundations of so-
i. i> i discover it 'hey are
,1 as they ought '" bs
Yo ing Selllgman's Ideals wi n
liheration and political rath Hi "
, nomic. Last summer be jour-
neyed lo Idaho wilti the S 'all
more peaee caravan, madespeec ies
|,,r peaie. Bill when children in
Madrid wee dying by bombs
words of peace became only H"*
dust in the mouth: sp.....lies were
hut like leehle gusts ol v. ind on
the way oi the war makers
h was no hoyish quest for ad
venture that finally seat him to
i ghl and die. if it came io i tat;
tin Hoy Scout's inspiration ol valor
"He went to Si ain because he
could not do otherwise under the
compulsion Of a faith that a world
dominated by Fascism was unfit
lo live in." a friend of his Writes
Not ours to ask you why, when
We are done,
The little time we Bin iii before
t ,e -nil
Was bought so dearly, win. such
wealth of grief,
Bucll wasted hope.., BUCll sad. be
I rayed beliel
Not ours lo ask why you. Who hail
the wealth
To waste a billion stars on empty
pal e.
Could find hut one i old world, ODi
dj Ing sun.
For those who might find .....an
Ing in your grace
Not ours i i ask why. ol th, endless
lime
You spent on tearing galaxiei
apart.
v., \o hut one short day. on
bitter day.
To those win have your Image in
their liea i
It is not we shall ask. We shah
ho dumb
Bai I. in the nothing 'hal drew iis I
from,
ll, ailed his i.....m 'Unbalanced
Bud '''.'
i. )iii Selligman and lien Lei-
del \\,. must remember them as i
..., ri !,' mher our greal splrita
(Copyrigl I 37 bj s -.. a a is
Feature Servli e i
Finds Court Battle Paralleled in I
Jewish History
Strictly
Confidential
By PHINEAS J BIRON
Cablegrams
Behind the Bcenes there's a stiff
fight brewing In the Hoard of
lap It ies Of British .lews The
democratic forces are battling
against the shah-shah crowd
The latesl Nazi edition of Meyer's
Cet'inaii Km y, I pedia shows under
loiter "A" a full p8e oi pictures
Of aillo.....I-lies with the eaption:
The first BUtOS" The top left
pict 'ie is captloned "Benzine
iiower ear ol Siegfried Marcus
from Mecklenburg (18751 The in-
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TUESDAY NIGHT
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THURSDAY NIGHT
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DAILY DOUBLEQUINIELAS
POST TIME 8:15
Frank J. Bruen
General Manager
-------ALSO-------
THE BAND SENSATION
Richmond, Va. (NCJC1 Jewish
history has its parallel in President
l{, osevelt's battle to reoi [anise the
Supreme Court. Benjamin Loven-
siein. Ii i al attorney, told the con-,
gregatlon at the Barton Heights,
Baptist Church today. He was the
I i no .Christian ever to speak in
He pulpit ol this church.
I.ovi'lisleili told the assembled
riiristian- that t ie old I'ha 18668
n-ere the Democrats of that day
while the Saddmees were the eco|
iiomii royalists. He retold the
long struggle between the Phari
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Pag< six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Daytona Beach
Notes
Mis. Louis K Goldman Monday
an. i......11 n us elei l< d i resldi nl of
the Noi ih Se i breeze Bl......ntary
Pan ni Teacher Association al a
ii. ting a) ih" bi hni'i. succeeding
M>-. M. P. Stephens. .Mis Gol I-
man hiis been aclIve in scl i
in th Jin a here foi so ne IIme,

Milton Sllverman of Providence
is \ Isltlng h s brothei. Harold, at
Hi' hi .in Park Hotel iiiis wet k
* *
Mi. and Mrs. Louis Fleischer
and M.ii. Mauri. 01 Jacksonville
gu< .-i last i eek-end of Dr.
Diid Mrs, Irving Levey.
Tamils NntP<; Adolph Burger. The speaker di- and pour in the batter; fry in thin
ciiiijjcI l>ULCb played .1 thorough knowledge ol leaves or wafers. Cool, mi thin
---------- the hisinry u the Jewish people ,,s noodles.
A community Seder was held In and Instilled Into his audience tin just befon serving, strain soup,
""' ""try rooms of the T.....pie need of unity and self-assurance 11 1,1 n come t" a boll, add n odles
Schaarl Ze.iek on Friday evening, solving the Jewish problem Thi nnd lei soup 1 > >iI until noodles arc
March 26, which was attended by lecture afforded a rare Intellectual done,
a large number of men, women and treat to nil who were privileg.
S^riday, April ... ,
I nuel Levenson, Bon f Si-
n.' ii Levenson, and a student .1:
th< I'nlvers ty of Florida, is in si
Vincents Hospital in Jacksonvilli
recuperating 1 "in a fall ofl a
hi se in Tallahaa
* *
Ruby Bronsteln, Li mi
Ri : blum and Lei nard Pepper
wen 1 1 1 z< tudents home for
last we< k ml.
*
Mai k Itoi Di William !. vey,
l i Larry London and Herman
Rosi nberg are among loi nl hand-
ball champions who will represent
Daytona Beach in competitive
garni s against a picked .- resen-
day. \|nii 1. ,11 ih,. local beach
handball court. Play Btarts al in
' 1 lock that morning, li is ex
1 < 'I that ;ui enthusiast!. 1 he< 1
Ing squad will be mi hand,
hildren.
Servli for the < n< lusii n ol
the Passover holidays al Temi le
Rodoph Sholom and also al the
Knesseth Israel Synagogue fol-
lows:
Thursday evening, April 1
7 p. in
Friday morning, A; 1 1 2 9 ;|. m.
Friday evening, Api ii 1 p. ni.
Saturday morning, April :s 9
a. m.
in heai ii
T
Y. M H. A.
newly-organlzi .1
ALMOND BALLS
. ighi po ind ol almonds,
1.1 fine. Volk ol 1......i:k.
dub held iis rirsl meeting at tin lve beaten, Add almond* .0 egg, ,
J, M: A" '" Tuesda} even,ng l""li > -" '"" Seated rln..... act, which takes ,.....,,
Alar, 11 ,11 ......, ,, ......,,:,., ....... _.,(,, ......
Jewish Teacher. |n p0,,nd
Arrested For Giving "Tosca'
In Yiddish
Warsaw (WN8) Th. ,nc|
ami teachers of the 1.
ol MubIc in Plnsk ,1
'-' on charges ol ;
raged Christian reeling
".....ellglon." The I
charge is t;. product I
schcol's students ol 1
era, "Tosca," in wl
.Mai, Ii
\\ > !l II 11 Vi' i' I ; : ; -. ol
\ iiiin- -in i.ii diversions ol all
it has already attracted a i.h_-
Ulld niliii-:.!-! ii group of young
pi ii ),- ,1 .;.
1
lemond. Beat white 01 s stiff. ,..,,..... .-mister. wasVuii
""" ; x u" dish. The performi.....
" ''"" l;",,l "ni1 by the police after th
In Warsaw, 20 Jews
of teaspoon ini boiling fat
,11 -1 fore set ving.
I'lll
Saturday morning, April 310 ganizatlon. w< feels..... 11 forei -
Communist activities w.
1 oncentratlon camps.
a. in. 1 memorial services)
The I ml Council ol J. n -:.
Juniors will give a 1 ab iret dance
at the 'I-. 1 Va and Country
1'lull mi Tuesday evening, April 6,
An exci ptlonally floor Bhow has
> ranged Judging by the '-i.
ergetlc work performed l>\ the
committee, ;.....ord crowd is an
ii. ated
Ai tin. next in.. ting ol this
which is (o lie I..hi in 1I1,.
' Al A. building n Monday
evening, April 12, new officers for
*'.....nsulrig year will be elected
foi till- ^ up .,

Tin ii -1 .-in.iii to be spi :.-.. r. .
by the Progress club will b 1
M lllion |j |n in g\\. ;i
il V M 11 .\ on T 1
evenn-j \ il 1 1
by Abe M. Woli
BEEFSTEAK PIE
I'm

onion.
Publication of 900-Year-Oi,! jew|lh
Manuscripts Clears Up
Bible Disputes
Mis- Evelyn Slrkfn, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Srrkin, win,
bi en critically ill with double
pneumonia, is slowly recovering at
the Halifax Hospital.
* *
Services observing Pasover are
being held this week every morn-
ing and evening at : o'clock at
T< pie Israel, Daytona st. Spe
rial memorial services 1 1 the
di ad will be held al 9 o'clock Sal
unlay morning, A| rll 3
On March 23, al the Florldlan
il..1.1. toe following off.....- ol th.
Junior II i.la.-s.ih were Installed:
Airs. Jeanne Flnman, p esident;
Aliss Helen Aronowitz, recording
-" i' 'ary; Airs. Manuel Buchman,
corresponding se. retary, and Miss
Elizabeth Ah nin irftz, financial se.
retary, Committee chairmen for
the ensuing yeai are: Mis- Doris
Magid, publicity; Miss Pearl Sas
low, social; Miss Dorothy Fe ner.
membership; Aliss Ruth Weiss,
finance; Miss Llbby Swerdlln, cul-
unds ol chuck
on i" Bl III
. in ni. -..li. ;" iip- r 1 __
md I nl. nutmeg. Add a little X,.NV ,, 1V( ,. (nn (WN.
01 l"li standing disputes ..v.,
idy 'i congruous translations 1
large llsh revised version 1 1
1 "-, r rth whii t,ain and m.-' I. Testament are exp. t.
a litth c ioped cleared up as a result of 1
tl< in. Ited fat; Ix llcation by the Vale 1
Ith two well beaten eggs; then Press of the oldest compn
01 i'"l inn a layer 01 ii around the bol Bible dictionary. Writt.
' a choral society has he. and sides 1 tie. pie-dish; 10th century by David bet
orBanlzed which meet cover with the bal ham al-Fa.i. famous t
in. "ii,...: brush II ovei Karaite Beet of Jews wl 1
1 rrovul -' being with the yolk ... an egg and bake In the 8th centurv, th.
rehea !. after whl, h r.iinll. t..........;. .. .:,. ,. .......
ieheii ter whl. h c-.r.
can st 11 li. (|. All
ni- n and women wl possess
1 an t. d ., join 1
itlon.
Thi dan. e giv. ,. y ,,
21, was well at
tended Al 1 rmission. th.
'"Ik- li:.- : shak. 1.'..
the guests : honor, Mr
""I Mrs p || Weintraub. Th. n
SHvei K ngs" ni mi. .1 with

in a qul. k -:ii brown.
NOODLES
2 .
1 tabl. ; n
1 I.-.I-: (i M Salt
- : 11 aki m. al
B' al ggs, add water, Ball ami
knead in < ake mi al. Roll oul as
' in as possible on a floured board
and Bel aside for about 1-2 hour to
of the dictionary remain. un-
I knewn until 1830 when it was ill.
covered In an underground
bei of the Karaite Synago ue In
Ji 1 iisalem, The publl. atloii the
priceless manuscript, which was
ilt.'n in Arabic lint In II
. aracter, was under th.
ship of lit-. Solomon L. Skoss,
fessor of Vrablc at Dropsle C
Philadelphia. Dr, Skoss' w.
based on a study of ..ll ki
copies and fragments 1 the Ki-
An Importanl meeting of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami
I. i-li Orthodox Congregation 1 ill
" he Id at the Sj ig ;..... 1 .1;, g
W, Third st., 1 11 Tin sday evening,
A ill 5th, beginning al S 15 o'( lo. k.
All mi mbei < and 1 r ends are 111 ged
t attend. Plans for the coming
year will be anno in. ed and a
'ii minuting 1 ommittee to re. om-
1 nd fict 1 1.11 the coming year
will be named
,. dry. .henr,,,,,,,, JelIy rolI and XVhl'7^1^ The
11 Into thin sli. es, or ut in any ,, .
'.....- of Sfe, ," .interval desired simp,, Dry, an ,,,.;, -<. "mina, is ,,, n m^
,oth vlg, boll 20 minutes In sail ,,'",r,"'>; '" Le",n*ra' '"'
other trngments are to !
Mrs. Jay Markowltz, Jewish Na-
tional Fund; Aliss Ida Gutkln, 1
latlons: Aliss Rosalie Klrchlck.!
nominations; Miss Dena Peckett w11' '"' suspended for
li spitallty, and Miss Be. ky Abro
movltz, printing
Plans were made for the annual Pa^OVPi' Rppmnc
""""in......nner-dance to be given VVr! ^fCipeS
A meeting ol 1 e board 1 1 di-
rectors ol 1! e Vila 1 Jewish Or
thodox C nu egation will be held
in XI Tue day evening, April 5th,
at tli.- Synagogue, beginning al S
o'cloi k, R. ports nl the n Intel
-on will be presented and action
taken on the purchase ol a build
Ing lot ini the ere. tion 01 .. Tal
mud T 1 1
*
P'e l- ael Sisterl.....I will
havi ii meeting ol Its executive
board al 1 10 p, m. o'clock nexl
Ml 11.lay. April 5th, at Ka| Ian Hall
i. be followed by a n.....ting ol the
ntlre membership foi ihe purpose
"' election i i officers al 2:30.
Members are urged to attend and
tasl theii votes. Airs. Max Dob-
rln, chairman of the nomination
.. mi.lit...... will pi,.-..pi the recom-
mendations 01 ner committee.
on May 27 and annual bam dan
on June 8.
Al ;i ''""' i......ting of the Tampa
Distrii, ol Zionist Organization ol
A i erica the following officers w .
elected Rabb Ad I; h Hi
lri -id.-in: David St. In, vice presl
dent; Adoll Kntz, ire is in r; Ad ini
W .it.- in. -,.,,, ia .. .i:il| A ,
Finkelsteln, assistant .
Vclain Wolfson was also ipolnteil
i hiilr lan o) I le Jewish \
Fund
Al- ,; R nbe g, rel ring presl-
' was unanimously el. i
hono irj | resident Tin |.
is nu mbers ..I the i. aril
ri M irris R. ssl. r, Vie
'or (coper, Manuel Aron
1,1 Hi..... i, :. Halmovltz and
Adam U'.ii! un.
The organization Is planning an
' ,: '''' membership 1 ,. and
"" '- ll! is ever) J. In Tampa
111,1 f'flnlty, bo t '. .. Home
land in Palestine may be develoi ed
io harbor our perse, uted ...
ligionists from Germany, Poland
and othi r benighted lands.
II 'a hoped thai all who are so-
;"''"' "ill join this worthy or-
gnnizati n.
BAGELACH OR DOUGHNUTS
' -' '' i
I '
I 1 -2 cii|
.'. ..
-
1 tab).
I 2 teas|
':'"' in ii
:"H ..I Into hot
foi. Add eggs ..,
ni il ..ii tin with
landl. .i ..,, ...
'I Bake :. i ..
..
MANDLECH
: eggs
2-3 up ni,. meal
1-S t'li-i......i salt
l 2 teaspoon potato flour
in libraries in Vienna. Oxf. I
London.
Charges Ford Agents Conspire
With Nazis
New York fWNSi Pel
repi esentatives of Hem y K. rd
are working closely with,
I'res -
i ixed
J.iti
MATZO PIE CRUST
Greas.
is mi il t:.at I
*''"' Pindi .,i salt in,.| a
ln" the l, ,, .,,! .;,. ,
'lish. Bake :.., ten mintiti
"""'erute oven. Use meringue or
whipped cream i
VOM-TOV SOUP
Use ribs of heel and chicken.
In a large cooking ..
,,'";" e,B88'1 ad< meal' '"":"" giving financial aid to .....I
" d "U- Knead' r"" agents In the United Stat.
,'"'".' a"d '" '' lnth alleged by John L Splvak
nuaies. Fry In deep fat, heated ,,,, (ll h|, BerJea artlt,
o .,,.> degrees until brown and' .. ., -, ,, ,
erve in "" "i,lv U"lk''r "" N;,/'
ganda In Amerl. a. Mi >
ii.s an alleged letter from
Einstein Sees Efforts To w.n Arab eral Nicolas Rodriguez.
leader ol the anti-Semitic i il
Shirts of Mexico, to the Ford i '
agei in Mexico. The letter.
i.-ri mi stationery of the S
S ins. is dated Si tembet
Good Will Bearing Fruit
I'lu.
On Tuesday, April sth, Mrs. A
H Cohen and Mrs, Jacob ll. Kap-
lan will h j ini hostesses at a
di -s.it bridge for the benefit of
the Sisterhood al the Dallas Park
Hotel promptly al 2 p. m. o'clock,
Tin- publii is invited to attend
Di Ai.nim Leon Sachai delivered
'' 'earned discourse on th. subjecl
of "Israel Weaves a Tapestry" on
Monday evening, March 22, at the
Rodolph Shclem Synagogue. Dr.
Sachar, who spoke under the au
Ices or the Council of Jewish
Wo,,,.ji, was Introduced by Rabbi
w,,h P'enty ol in. r and add a
Si "' '"r and onion, a head ol
celery, a little parsley root,
The in.in is then removed and
can be used us a separate dish
POTATO FLOUR NOODLES
Take three eggs, beal until ;i
light yellow and add one-half cup
_! of potato ii ur and one-half cup
inzes wji he awarded for high of water, beal well.
'('iiro'j I
Heat a fryinn i an. grease well
N'ew York .UN's. Tl al there
t" n to helieve tl al the
, ..,...... .--mis. is iiai.'ii .-.-; leiiui.-. -
,;;-,!' ;-" "**** m 1934, Another ,,.,,.
i : ';;:" "";'".....,ema -e, ,,.. ,.-,......ai.e.., on
v, ,; 1"""1" wi" ruary 7, 1935. expresses .hank
""" ''j' ""'i'' the latter having given lob
,;;"", ;l!"' ;' r' m no m,.......m lhe .o..,i sm--
'""" amon '"" J^a. bu. ,,,, man between Rodl
'"'"nv""- "MHoi, Bml .,. Nazl agentfl Al.
T'l8, V**e* '" Arab *a Henry Allen of San D
..;; ,s ;'"' .....kers wa -u^....... < wm.am D.....ey i
V"" \ ......^-- >>j |eyi according to Splvak. Th.
..; :;;;.IIA,-,I EJn8te,n -< e, :,.,. ..,, Lien......
' ,/"'," v""" 8ede'" '"l" Agents Schwlnn, Papep. W.nt.
';","" "v;""""-'.,r<-..... ,,. and ThemlUl ,.,,
' '; Workers In Pal- Mexican Fascist, at Agua Cal
pep- -,-J, ,."" "'i "'"' Commodore i ,h, BUmme. ol 1913. Bplval
,,. ,'-; "l guest, a, Jewish Bl80 ,,tos tne l:1(, tna| Kl,u K, p.
of the German-Amerl
, .ravels around the c< untrj
''" ^deration of Jewish Labor conferring with hi. followers while
.....'V'"" ,A ""''"*' Wa8a,8 on Ford's payroll and points out
---" .mm l.t -.Stephens. Wise.' ,hal u-il,ia, ... Caineion. F.....
""' Bd Ball to taste, and ;, nin.h "",,ls:m" "" t J.-wisi, also cite
1 '" Let the whole simme, "^Ul"que *'*'">'' "' vancei head v
foi two hours. contributed J25,........ ,..,. BUpp0r, ,, (|
T.......... .. "I the I'Vtf, ;: t wu, ,,r l..,.,;..i.
Speakers Included Goldle Myerson,
woman labor lei.....r ....... pa|e8!
confidential aecietary and formei
editor of the Deivli in fml. i '
ne. Joseph Schl ssberg. secretary dent, was for a time the head ol
or th- Amalgamated Clothing the Anglo Saxon Federation and i
Workers L'nlon, and Alexander
Kahn, co-chairman of the National
Labor Committee.
heavy contributor in the Rev.
Qerald Winrod's Capitol News and
Feature Service in Washington.


Kri.l.iy, April 2. 1!'.!7
THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN
Page Seven
l!l I.I.KT'.N
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. K. 19th St.
Oftice Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN
tilKMi Albacore Drive
Miami Beach 6-9876 Miami
RABBI OOLMAN A. ZWITMAN
630 N. E. 31st St.
2-9548
One "i both >f the Rabbii will be at the Temple every morn-
ing tlirouuhout the year.
CONGREGATIONAL
0----------------------------------------------------o
i iii Thursday evei lug. Apr i 1st,
,ii s !."i p. in.. Ben ii for the
iding daj i i I 'asBOA er ill l>"
In id al i ur Temple. I)i K
eak on i lie a ibject, "Free-
dom. Yesterday's Superstition."
pa will be conducted by
ibI Zwitiuan,
i i:i Friday moi nlnx, ,\. rll 2nd.
i :;. hi U a. in., memo] lal serv
will be held, al which time
h Kaplan iii Bpeak on the Bub
i. ,\. The Lion and the Lamb Shall
i, Down Togei n'l."
On Friday evening. April 2nd.
;. hi K:l!i p. iii iii the regu! i
l'i day evi n ng Ben Ii es, Rabb
;; \ 11mi.iii will Bpeah on the u
A Farewell to Freedom."
i in thai .-ami' euliig, Vprll 2nd.
Ii Kaplan will bi eak at the dedi
i .ii y servici ot. the pre ni ,i new Safei Torab al the Palm
Reform Tem,>le
Jacksi nvllle, iieie mi visit.
Uourd in 'i i-i 's of Temple
i- uel will hold iIn lr next i >gul ir
. iinn Tuesd i) even n April
. .".7. ,u 8 o'clock in i le Tern-
b i ni i oom, Tile wain i i m
, \\> ed at ibis meeting are of ut-
i iniporl -n e, and special ef
foil should be exerted i>> the
; members < b p e ten!
SISTERHOOD
O------------------------------------_--------------------------O
regular meeting ol tl e Sis
h ihoi ii iii be held uexi Monday
i o a ;u 2 ni lock Al 'Irs
: lug i he n mlnul Ion a id elec-
ii of offiie.8 for tie oming yea
; ke i iii i A Slsti rhood
mi tin: will prei le the
lai meeting al I ::>u l>.
Society
Tb bo having casl off clothing or
Bend them to the rummage store
ope: ated by the Ladies' Auxil arj
i r the Jewish Welfare Bureau al
167 N W. Fifth si. The proceeds
are used to aid In the welfare work
of il......ganlzation.

Mrs. Wlllatu L'hlfelder, promi-
nent In local ci mmunal circles, re
eived word <>i the death of hei
rather, Mr. E. Braun, in H.....klyn,
n v., last week. Mr. Braun was
a frequent visitor ii> .Miami
*
i,i tratlon nooks for signing ot
ii ion hooks for signing ol
Miami voters not already on the
i oks ii ho have moved Inl nil
I iirecincts, were opened
On April 11 Ihe hooks will be
fot i lu> niunli ipul pi
n ol May i en six candi-
w ill be rbo ien to pan
'ur mi bers and friend -.
wl i n the Young People's In ir
II make its ii -' appearance al
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Frldt | day April 2, 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page K.vo Plain Talk SELLIGMAN AND LEIDER By AL SEGAL is written i<> the memory loseph Belllgman, Jr., o( Louis; ,inl Ben Lelder of New York, dead on th ri, l(1 f D ttle ain. Phey gave their lives (or Ideas people iiii' m llv write w or mow hut about In the ,i,v their living ns with B y and sniiii. I have Just re%  i note Inviting me to ial v M. c. A. next Tuesday evefor supper and conversation iul Spain. I know what I Bhall do there If I shall speak with bravest %  •This is our Btruggle and mine." and my eyes shall with valor tor liberty and :;llV Bui l oughl to feel pus lanimous fellow, indeed, l, e presence of t tese Balnted v, He you ami I we e giving ou| words against Franco, Hitlei Mussolini, Belllgman left his room and Lelder his j b, and ., |„ to Spain and laid down their against the progress oi ty mis i,, time to come we may think Ihi in as saintly its our saints who perished In tinflames of their as prophetic as our prophet wasn't Jesus one of our nets.) who gave his life tor Ind, These two lads died for faith no less (if Judaism has v %  r 11 Justice and peace and teousness In the world); they ... their lives for a better order. me .... "He would shrink at the thought that he might be painted In heroic tn Id. The was no alternative tor his Intellectual Integrity. Young men Of Spa n who carried his ideals were dying for them. Arrogance was marching In the world and there i ie thousands In Spain who considered that to give up life was less than to give up liberty; to die was t Buffer less than to live by decrees of dictators, Young Belllgman was ashamed lO be apart Iroin illl this. He haii the comforts of Swarthmore, all the privileges of gentle living; they (for ',is ideals) Buffered the agony ol battle and wounds and death He was the kinsman giving mil brave words while the brothers perished, He was giving eeches, resolutions; they were giving everything. I ie had loved peace above all t'i • good in the world and he loved ii now no less, Hut there could he no peace In a world of die tatoi -. wai was ol their Ideology.' Josi pit Selligman'8 Intellei I lal ntegrity told him to go and be went He went wiih no heroic fan lures, no boasting of valoi; he went ,, iietly, even set retly, from ''is lassroont Swarthmore asked "What has become of Belllgman Next heard ni him he wat In I'aris. on h s way to Spain "I'd rathei die than live In a Fasi Isl world." lie wrote home Me died in tie defense i i Madrid Blnce his death a poem of his, poignant and with a prophetic i as'. has mine to light. He was sp. ,1.1 lug ol God. He was youth wondering and speaking to God and asking questions: He said t Ood. sees and Saddmees to gftln control of the membership of the Sanhedrln which was the ancient Supreme Court of the .lews. "The Pharisees won the battle by park Ing the court," said Lovensteln. The Jewish lawyer told the Christians that the "Pharisees espoused the eanse of the eomtnon man and believed in passing laws to meet the Immediate needs as they arose." He defined the Sadducees as that group "constantly upholding principles of the law and refusing to sanction legislation desinned to meet specific needs if they felt those laws conflicted with those principles." vention was t rgotten" • But ihere's no mention t lal Mains was a .lew and that Vienna lias erected a mon imenl to him as the inventor of the automobile • • i in the same page is the picture of another car with the following option: "The first power ear of practical use; the Mercedes ol 1HH. named attei the d lighter of Jellinek, who induced Daimler and Maybacb to build more powerful ,,.rs' Jellinek was the si a ol a la minis miracle rabbi The Austrian Jewish War Veterans League lias been Incorporated In the -••mi Fascist Fatherland Front, the Official militia Of the Austrian government ... A slick little scheme by whti h Yugoslavia paid lor Nazi propaganda In that country has been exposed in the Yugosiav parliament By barter agreement, Germany bought plums trom Yugoslavia and paid 2.:i dinars per kilo nlstead of the market price of i.4 dinars The sellers were Nazi agents who used the difference f r propaganda %  Since Germany bought more from Yugoslavia than she sold, the Yugo slav state Hank financed the di al by paying dinars to the sellers Stephen Wise Officiates at His Daughter's Marriage New York iWNSl In the home ,i| her i aunts and With her father performing the ceremony, Mrs. Justice Waterman wise Tul n, onlj daughter of Dr. Stephen B. Wise, was married to Isadore Poller, New York attorney. Widow ol i ie late Le n Arthur Tulln, professor ot law at Columbia University, Mrs Tulln lias heen a Justice of the Domestic Relations Court since 1935. Her first husband died in 1932 If— 7 i am particularly mindful of Selligman because as a ville hoy he was almost o bor of mine and because he -,, young, He Buffered his l) ni,,in ,.t i %  age ol 20 Hi came from a gentle home The s. Iligmans of Louisville are r in the Jewish ci mmunlty In the general life. His lathe'. Belllgman, was a chalrm in Louisville's United Jewish cam.. ilgn in 1935; is a membei of the neetitlve committee of Loulsvllle'n rence of Jewish Organlza l„ t ie time when Louis ill,, polities was very dirty ll< ourageous against civic cor I ,n i i, in Louisville wh., remeir i ihilike lo say: -The boy's oi fighting for his beliefs ii out reservation :is inherited II his lather" ph Selligman, -l was a illi.mt student at Swartnioi,. B rlter who gave evldem e of rlne it: edit, r-in chief ,.f the Swarth %  e Manuscript, the school's i\ publication. He was "t i Inquiring generation that gie Ince l lie war and looks i lit %  illy at the current life and quesU1-, the wisdom of the elders ind tin s at the foundations of soi. i> i discover it 'hey are ,1 as they ought '" bs Yo ing Selllgman's Ideals wi n liheration and political rath • Hi nomic. Last summer be journeyed lo Idaho wilti the S 'all more peaee caravan, madespeec ies |,,r peaie. Bill when children in Madrid wee dying by bombs words of peace became only H"* dust in the mouth: sp l ies were hut like leehle gusts ol v. ind on the way oi the war makers h was no hoyish quest for ad venture that finally seat him to i ghl and die. if it came IO i tat; tin Hoy Scout's inspiration ol valor "He went to Si ain because he could not do otherwise under the compulsion Of a faith that a world dominated by Fascism was unfit lo live in." a friend of his Writes Not ours to ask you why, when We are done, The little time we Bin iii before t ,e -nil Was bought so dearly, win. such wealth of grief, Bucll wasted hope.., BUCll sad. be I rayed beliel Not ours lo ask why you. Who hail the wealth To waste a billion stars on empty %  pal e. Could find hut one i old world, ODi dj Ing sun. For those who might find an Ing in your grace Not ours i i ask why. ol th, endless lime You spent on tearing galaxiei apart. v., \o hut one short day. on bitter day. To those win have your Image in their liea i It is not we shall ask. We shah ho dumb Bai I. in the nothing 'hal drew IIS I from, ll, ailed his i m 'Unbalanced Bud '''.' i. )iii Selligman and lien Leidel % %  \\,. must remember them as i ..., ri !,' %  mher our greal splrita (Copyrigl I 37 bj s %  -.. a A is Feature Servli e i Finds Court Battle Paralleled in I Jewish History Strictly Confidential By PHINEAS J BIRON Cablegrams Behind the Bcenes there's a stiff fight brewing In the Hoard of lap It ies Of British .lews The democratic forces are battling against the shah-shah crowd %  The latesl Nazi edition of Meyer's Cet'inaii Km y, I pedia shows under loiter "A" a full p8e oi pictures Of aillo I-lies with the eaption: %  T he first BUtOS" The top left pict 'ie is captloned "Benzine iiower ear ol Siegfried Marcus from Mecklenburg (18751 The inFIRST DERBY ELIMINATION SATURDAY NIGHT SECOND DERBY ELIMINATION TUESDAY NIGHT W BISCAYNE ANNUAL DERBY THURSDAY NIGHT m DOG RACING TONITE 11 — EVENTS NIGHTLY — 11 DAILY DOUBLE—QUINIELAS POST TIME 8:15 Frank J. 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} %  :ir THE JEWISH Fl.ORIIHAN Friday. April 2. 1' VMamL Y. M. H. A. By HARRY SCHWARTZ i !• hai n re i eived by ihia i olumnlst nqui Ins • ii b Instru %  organizing thi Hebn Club :n 1" 2 n as i • V ung M< n's >!• ASSOI i.i' • '!. I Isidore S ills! is Inlj : • %  n s : %  lurry Grot the Y. M. H sheriff, i* reau but n< -i % %  : : %  f t h I V." is i ihreeycn %  :. %  Sir estii : .' %  %  ne ti.i pi i %  • %  %  Y wn, ibu Raced %  • ng i A i' • -..-:%  .. :. • lion for %  -• Is logs %  • • \ ft 1 terbs s and the I civilization, To barter it foi Iron ore %  and oranges galore w %  %  %  n Nordii nation plan wenl bill ii5 annon ball didn'l care at all— i ss %  %  n ented. n come I ome f om P] He'< > to I n tin loose again :. Ifoi %  ullure. anyone ol another name to char • t to Faunce, and thai goes • r ih> rest of my family," declan i Miss Barbara Faunce of Chelsea The I'inUi'lsli'ins dirl noi their feellngSi condemning Faunceg ami the wandering Fin stein alike ,ia oil Finkelsteln, a fire Jusler, said: "Wial's the matt with Finkelsteln ) I've been i rylng thai name tor the pas) yea ami my father carried H f ( >i a g ud many years before i It's been all right to me and i Mill think It's a mighty good nai and nothing to i"' ashamed oi R is. N :-_• -• Be ex.ui I dig %  : v t er n-w. perplexed, course, a lot of people might • .. ce will bet i nexi that ii mlghl !• a detriment Society : D Dlnneto • • T general llilis .%  :-.;.-• :. • fittest Dai • -N. • Ii .. %  %  • • %  • • %  .. tioi d nol i %  | '• : :' • %  bl iy. \ • %  regime of Mi Murry Grossman cial di is -nil i ng on as li :• gel must i • sent oi to bi the i si N'at Kupper.whl.li H sup ver> uch Interested In Y' t nol tlvi Iy, iworking lor thi Bi "rat I basei .:.In tel : -. t this t mi Ii efore l • lilts Y I vit J ther I mi • I.I. \ T • sda> hj ilu V V II \ and Wedm the Y H \ On T • Bo> .: • • Y I H • Tl i I : : b; %  post % Ctrl' 1 Ii iris Sol • I. I %  • %  g entertained Alan. v -. and whal : nl5 dlvidu tributes I 11 toini %  Miss .... Sol Kal i ys Husser. Miss Rui M I. A Chaikin and •• 111 hi linner ni | :. Hadassa nn M t the Palai ram i \ %  : i • • %  i linm 111 *i %  Ii • %  just % %  s t it i n { ; %  %  • %  %  • lli hiding %  %  st ol Is Xr iS." '. -• ._ -• • %  : %  %  : • -' %  11 : ... s %  98, but that's not BO, As matter of fact, in my case It bei n responsible tor an Inert • -. I'm a i re adjttstet w • 'i I g i out on a Job, tin unpeting with the Kel i Mrtiphys, O'Briens and othi i vulture. FINKELSTEINS VS. FAUNCES Amazing Battle n tHe Boston Area: A Cohen Enters t'ie Fray \' ICi The gay, 'We'll take Finkelsteln, i|. fi ud flared fasi -"' the name and he'll gi I i s fiery feel m m .hing phrases ria.ned In A Finkelsteln. a d< Id thai "It Bounds like a lol i foollshm ss t'i me For the lil 5 "" ,; 23 years since my gr tatlon : coll -ge, I've always i und It the enough tor me to make a living under, and I don't believe Finkelsteln, nt' 1 1 handicapped me prol ces In llil* city, %  SOTU K :. %  %  i ni' of Court asking %  'i to Kaunce e desiti e w uld ntinued t onfu %  i %  ed, as nd the Paunces entei ed t • %  1 • .: pllj -I %  I that il lesn't a|i ih u cent, I wo tld to assuming an old r'auiu % %  il an iin ally in any way I think that i: name Is good enoug i for a 10 earn a living inder, Il a lie good i'ii ugh for him to rei "Any F ukelsteln is good enough in be a Faunce, but there Isn i i Faun, e good enough to i>e a Fink i stein." -aid anothei member of the 11 ni when tiilil oi the Faunce Ii le< lions. in Paul Finkelsteln, of Brook line, declared thai "the Flnkel -'• Ins don't like tinidea of it finkelsteln becoming a Faunce any more than the Faunces do The feud i.nol yel over here and t irtl et repei cttssl ns are ex %  • • i in | ie and '"' '' l | '" other • i mments were thi sood :i "'' ( l ,,v """ N-C.J.C. News Servl A i id ship to i ind mr A burly lii.-li courl al g till : the late Piesldeni Faunce i I nee bai ki I \ I itldn'l like ti i dant, witnessing the lubbub. tin n Iy i 'marked, "Faw ncy that'' The most terse obse ratl n the issue was uttered by a Cohen lie merely said: "Pliooey!* : Spanish Intermezzo %  lion e.ent, ent at the Club Ba ,,. eludes May 1-'. which w.ll T % %  J..// Slnget c ub Frank J. Bru • ; i Club. I ref'l %  I exci'ltig Di •• ...... -: ; %  ight Slh. ai will IM • FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES A CHANGE OF NAMf E. G O R D O N Jewish Rituals Vice-Presidcnt CARTES & VYIXSOM, Inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 514 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-8421 Residence Phone 2-1398 EXCLUSIVE ROOMS KOK JEWISH i iSBS sees tin Hotel Astor Washington al Huh St. MIAMI BEACH h with team •. enmtiful 'arium. D. ROSNER Owner and Operator similarity nml Loan with the nl 'ii i'ii used liy i Ii,. "I loca I-'. ileral Snviiijis -' : ions, nur llttiii'il oi' Directors. %  ; %  '" of thi I-'loral Home Loan Bank Board, has voti .i n|' 11.-1 III. iii intlividualize iliis Ass ition HnVVKVKH, there is no i-hange in the poli ies, I" i'-.iin,i'l or inaiiatremcnt, FROM NOW ON AVINGS DADE OUR NAME IS MORTGAGE LOANS FEDERAL i SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION | O MIAMI 1208 S. \V. EIGHTH ST. The Best in Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables Ground Floor—Congress Bldg. 109 N. E. 2nd Ave. J. M. LIPTON, President RESOURCES OVER $1,600,000 I


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Pagi Eighl ^ Where Poverty and Hunger are the Lot of the Jew O' tl-e 3 million Jews in Poland. 1 mill; in are destitute, another million ;•-< i:, i;-approaching dire poverty, and i. %  • third million ol that populatl in is barely any better off. Ecor.omira'.l ruined, their only hope if lot aid tr >n> fellow Jews more fortuntel i in other countries, par ttoilarly in the I'nited Stati s A* the matot organization in Amer ica do.'. that uork. the American j .'ewish j % %  •t Distribution Committee I imade • > ailablt '." Polish and East J-.urop. Tore than -100 million .:. cooperative u :i.:. ;.nd more than 16 million dollars through free loan institutions The J DC has expended approximately $27,000,000 in K.i-ti-rn Europe, so that thousands ol Jewish lives could be saved, particularly among the children, by the summer colonies, and medical and sanitary institutions maintained by the Joint Distribution Committee. Rehabilitative work includes that of culture training, educational and vocational training of Jewish youths and adults in Eastern Europe Thousand* of families such as the one pictured above depend solely upon the J.D C. (or their daily food. THE JEW ISH FI.OR1DIAN mentioned hi re to name on,' ol in i,. s.uu'> m .* '! %  itioyei fu ndore Uriah P l.< o ha* w n %  .i K ol I Navy I About Pe The editor ol 111 Km yclopedl.i ol A owes I '"' %  Clyde B iltj I hi pi:il %  miri waiting I" Interview But Beatt a full hi led Arj I thil lor* Most -. N'i v York** Ci loi as the whl Quardia foi %  %  N V \',|| ; M -, || Ilk shellacking in tor govei I 1 frl 'I'd* • el h Itlng Hie *upori I %  % %  v I), :1 | p.. %  •!.„ rats li n't h %  illn P A eo'umtl *t l"i oul by Ihe Ww N Herald Tribune, ends New York Time* i r Posi Samuel K Tltk n of tl-< Bronx I* Kriiliiy. April %  _•, ]X{ Strictly Confidential By PHINEAS J BIRON You Should Know We •' urn to well ome Into the anti-Nazi boycott movement Sol M. sin oi k. chairman i f the ex ecutii • %  i 0:1111 Itte ol i le American Jewish Coi iit>'< •: Edward 8. (i: e ei ba im, als i a< live In ii • C i:nmittee; Robert Lehman, nephew i i Go\ ernor Hei bei i Lehma i, and Mis Otto ll Kahn Ti %  I %  T i .11• i -on which the Non-Sectarian Ann Nazi Li ague nnn uni es I %  bent tii oni ''it at ('in ii' •• Hall on April 27th lists i 'people among the sponsors Im [dentally, n i i up i iiit Btal loin •) pulled i" o boners ll has m nnii n label a id it Im ludes the name of a d ad m in as ;i upon si r, the late Coiign n Jam< Bi i k (i Pei n! %  ani i 'I ii ''' rl PH. R. S. AKERS DENTIST r 1764 N. W. 36th St. Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2131 can Legion is helping the Jewish War Veterans organize new posts Commander-in-Ciiiel Harry VV. Col mery 1ms furnished C, I. •'. Schafrei of the J VV. V. will' the na IM B of ninny prominent Jewish vets who would b %  Interested in forming ii,-.'. p Bts The Refugee Economic Corpora ion Is working ii :i i is -, hi in to J -w Ish nu %  i in .-'"'ii America Afte many yi rs %  ; reslden.e In tin Wall Streel area, the .1 l> C ex ,, HI |ve nil ci s have been moved t" midtown New York, where the imp Ign headquarter* have been I r some linn Thai plan we White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLAN1IC SHOE SHOP 210 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel lirink For Your Stomaeh's Sake" $1,000.00 DERBY ELIMINATIONS Now in Progress ouna P.ACinG CLOSES APRIL 10 tic ST FLAGLfR KenneL CLUE. mn FLACK* JT. AHD 37m Avt. who* wl ihe world'. FRANK WOLKOWSKY 18 N E. FIRST AVENUE Miami's Greatest SALE Men's Griffin SUITS Here are the greatest values we have ever offered ... to compare is to surely buy your suit at Frank Wolkowsky't, Men's Suits Four Sensational Groups GROUP ONE WHITE (JAHEUDINK SUITS $39.50 and $45.00 Values %  tp&u.otj 0 0 GROUP TWO WHITE OABEKDIXE SUITS $30 00 and $35 00 Values $24.85 0 0 GROUP THREE White Congo Cloth and White Tropical Weaves $30.00 to $37.50 Values TO CLOSE OUT AT $18.85 GROUP FOUR IMPORTED IRISH LINEN SUITS ALL SIZES $14.85 t 111 II III.' (• ,ew kind < f clothes i a k. i win Ill's young 'st invi ntoi () v Wl remind! i lud Ja oh G telman ol Roi I ihe A. F. ol l. is urlng drunken drill .•• b „ r evoll o I %  '' %  ""''"•' |:l "' '"' '"' i %  l,ui,or. led Sat.ml i tl and '. • K llien Vo i igiil io u i y in lit I'M'I II Raskin new i. n i i i il.i 1 reading. • r r-I I I I i PLAZA MIAMI BEACH SOUTH 20c 3 TO 6.3J STARTING SUNDAY, APRIL 4th The Screen's Funniest Kiss and Run Romance in Years "Love Is News" WITH TYRONE POWER. LORETTA Voi'NG AMI DON AMECHE EXTRA ON SAME PROGRAM 1 P A T H S IN PALESTINE" Ten thrilling beautiful minutes touring the wonders cf the New Palestine COMING SOON THIS IS THE LAND" Full-length feature picture showing the triumph of the Jewish people in their homeland YOU MAY ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS DAIRY PRODUCTS STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER I'ndfi' th' Supon ision of RABBI ABRAHAM A. 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Kri.l.iy, April 2. 1!'.!7 THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN Page Seven l!l I.I.KT'.N TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. K. 19th St. Oftice Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN tilKMi Albacore Drive Miami Beach 6-9876 Miami RABBI OOLMAN A. ZWITMAN 630 N. E. 31st St. 2-9548 One "i both >f the Rabbii will be at the Temple every morning tlirouuhout the year. CONGREGATIONAL 0 o i iii Thursday evei lug. Apr i 1st, ,ii s !."i p. in.. Ben ii %  •for the iding daj i i I 'asBOA er ill l>" In id al i ur Temple. I)i K eak on i lie a ibject, "Freedom. Yesterday's Superstition." pa will be conducted by ibI Zwitiuan, i i:i Friday moi nlnx, ,\. rll 2nd. i :;. HI U a. in., memo] lal serv will be held, al which time h Kaplan iii Bpeak on the Bub i. ,\. • The Lion and the Lamb Shall i, Down Togei n'l." On Friday evening. April 2nd. ;. HI K:l!i p. III III the regu! i l'i day evi n ng Ben Ii es, Rabb ;; \ 11 M i.iii will Bpeah on the u A Farewell to Freedom." i in thai .-ami' ••• %  euliig, Vprll 2nd. Ii Kaplan will BI eak at the dedi i .ii y servici ot. the pre le Jacksi nvllle, iieie mi visit Uourd in 'i I-I 's of Temple iuel will hold iIn lr next i >gul ir iinn Tuesd i) even n April .".7. ,u 8 o'clock in i le Ternb i ni i oom, Tile wain %  i i m \\> ed at ibis meeting are of uti iniporl -n e, and special ef foil should be exerted i>> the ; members <• %  b p e ten! SISTERHOOD O O regular meeting ol tl e Sis h ihoi ii iii be held uexi Monday i o a ;u 2 ni lock Al 'Irs : lug i he n mlnul Ion a id elecii of offiie.8 for tie oming yea ; ke i iii i A Slsti rhood mi tin: will prei • le the lai meeting al I ::>u l>. Society Tb BO having casl off clothing or i the death of hei rather, Mr. E. Braun, in H klyn, N v., last week. Mr. Braun was a frequent visitor ii> .Miami • I,I tratlon nooks for signing ot ii ion hooks for signing ol Miami voters not already on the i oks ii ho have moved Inl nil I iirecincts, were opened On April 11 Ihe hooks will be fot i lu> niunli ipul pi n ol May i en six candiw ill be rbo ien to pan 'ur mi bers and friend -. wl i n the Young People's In ir II make its ii -' appearance al the Friday evening si i vices, al • i.". in. The i imi' comi>is of Ihe foil iw lug: F ed Bulbin, Jane Iroi ni i. Mori n Metier, Peg j tilth, Frances Rose Katz, Vfelvin Katz. Marcla Kohl, Har riett I. \ n. Shorley Levy, Leonore .uvy, Dorol ly Morris, Barba B Veufeld, Lois Riesner, Berl Rippa, Bettj Roth, Milllcenl Roth, EdIn a run-ofl i • the three city com ward Rubin, Jean Welnberg ami mission vacancies created by the Marion Zuckerman. The crgan ac \ Iration of the terms of A, D. ompanisl Is Miss Florence Corel, n Fossey, l-:. (i Bewell and <>: and the choir is under the dlrec i villa Rlgbj Tie preclncl registration place inus follows: 1. Fire station al Little Rlvt ;.'.' 1 N. E l-'.ist live 2. Fire Btation, corner N. W. Seventh ave. and Thirty-sixth si ::. Wyndwood Park Community i use, X W. Thirty-fourth si. ami Fltsl ave I. Allapattah Community Hall. N. W. Seventeenth ave., between Twenty-first ami Twenty-secont stS. Fire Btation, North ave. and Fourteenth si i>. Room 306, Courthouse 7. Fauni e's Ice Cream any, 1631 W I'lairl r si. S Duval's Confectionery Store, : 102 S W Elghl i st. 9. Fire station. 2901 s W. entj si', mill in e I". Fire siaii ii. Coronul Grove, J:>17 Oak ave. The books will be open fron S i. in II % %  iil 'i p. in dally exi epi Sundays, with the exception tbal II Saturday they "Ml be opened for an additional eriod from P in. in 1" p. m. The World's Window i ('en: Inued ii urn Page l I lasi citadels of freedom and peace, u ran do bet %  kVe i n i each oui and by our t r ngtl' and in limy and de ot on rebuild Ihe ii i lal Zion of a people's hope in Eretz Vi rii'-i and by thai very building ia Ihe f ce f Injtisll of murder, of the I ki d ga i pagan diflomats illnsli'l i to all mankind the might of the spirit i ,ii goes ii it i inn Zion, We can make the call I'shanah haba a B'Yeurshalaj i n a call and a I h ni i only for us but for the unredeemed of all the e pies Fot all men except in their darkest mo i ii dre tin of a '/i n ol fn tl n ami of peace. I <•: us I. lid -i a Zion Lei II Bel a gre-il ex ample, I el nI %  a low tb i| be as a beacon light. Lei us build P r >'nenl communal worker of /jnM ,, „ h |n Uimyln um n „„ >wn Im b % %  %  '" i %  • II* •' • ease i ur Pe ach it'i this week oin a -.< %  %  ian n i< nd R of which we are the perpetual -elebrants. Co. \iign 19'17 by Sven Feature Syndicate) DR. 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wJemsti Florid fan w COMBING The Jewish Unity ft No. 14 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AI'KIl, 2. [937 Price Five Cents THE WORLD'S WINDOW Pesach and This Age By LUDWIG LEWISOHN lumn is co j i Ighted V Is Featuie Syni; p (.din til n ..: :! pari Btrlctly i n bid !en Infringement will be pr i : i -a \ery many > %  • %  ra igo rs though) they i uld < el< i I nli i.i .i purelj i is tor lea I l : %  foolsh phrase goes, i. Iii; OU -' II e. All or : the hopes for libi rations ... nd Be med to hi n i lished and the liberation I i. to be nearing com; letion. w, M re unfre i in < ountries Ivea still untree. These iwn as iiic backward count id everyone expected them r %  i UJI day after tomorrow if t • i row with the ideals Bittiall) achieved In all thai part %  i Western world which, by ii inmon consent of :ill man I reached a height and a .1 itherto unknown, need not he old to i e i m |. period when these StateIs wi re truisms If Jews were e nii'ii anywhere the fact i ded as an anachronism tate in which the thing ti nl< plai e was held to h %  in need ther Western civilization. r< re, Of corns.', always thinkers ho did not beIlia) all was as well as it lint the warning, at once and tremendous, which \ Ha'Am Issued in his greal n tliter Freedom and In%  ude went uttei ly tin except by thai handful of o al I'-oiy shared his • Wi Bt I) azed with I-. ; n i a reasonable i n speril To be a Jew In Itself to i n little out of date. The llvals were charming no doubt, but history hsd ng ago destroyed their In nnoft r eri The old Mi are gone, The old overRin atlons, hai py and roseeg ne, too. Life has bens ly compllt ated Fire, ti : R n w slavery ravage The 'wi ih people has 1 a symbi l and a myth. W >•,. pew Blavery ar %  • -. whi • r the vertigo which has upon mankind is most violet rever men plunge Into the n>< nulfs of reaction there thi isii people is attacked, pet cast out, burned, Btai vi >i be ; ,s the representative I thai eedom and that form which the A slave-states abhor. We •'i' in one Mlzraylm, we are In Mi aylm over half the ei rth And ; the lands of bondage are like thai land of bondage i nlavelands under the eel ed I'harac ha, be they called Kni.1.1 or Duce or chief Commlswhether they prefer to attack i e bodies or the souls of the Jttti %  people, and whether they si Ivi !o di Btroy thai peopli bj Cl 'ii n.il Mi in \ nil.-lit :. i i -11' p ti II. Wherever a country ttiiunt" B : ind ol bondage for all Its tin it poor wr. iched am ii -fooled rabble la gl > en the Ji w to hate ami bate, BO t at II ma) forget tin 1 Inn heel u on it %  l\ mil the MI hr.emenl cf its own soul Thus it lias rome about that Pesach is radiant with Immediate .IIage a.iii meaning, i.s syin in .i —ill burns ai the ve y heart of %  iii-tur c process, 'I he great v up torn of the death of liberty for all men is the persecution of the Jewish pe pie. And s,i when lews remember their first g-eii i beration from a house of In ndage and pray fi r their renewed liber ition i nun the houses of bondage of the wt rid, they are tsplring n it only t ward their own freedom but toward the freedom of thai wi r'.i of men which murdeis iis own BOUI and i a own lib erl i's wht never it attacks and cast s nut the peoi le Israel. \\'.' need to seek to be Blaves no more In Mlzraylm bui free men not only for our own sake but for the of ail m inkind. We need to ii i .' • men ei en in Mlzraylm In order to show the Blaves of Phara i what free i"iu is. in order to show them lhal free men are men of goodne H and Of l i a. .• We need m than ever to remember A hul and who we are %  i oni i more the blazing symbol of our ii .ii j. i i %  si nbal i f the em battii tl liberties and dei encles ol r-l pizntl n If all men are fi i ar If w • ar %  i nsla' M •ii" w..:1.1s peoples are enslaved I... And at such times, above all, and never more than today do we d to sound the great call ind ry of freedom as self-al flrma ti. n. as warning, as a rallying blast to all those who do nol yet on-.":t to the re enslavement <>i mankind We have been separated fn m all the pagan peoples by the preservatit n of our form which Is an eternal as, iratli n after freedom In the Eternal; we were, as the Hagadah says, Idolaters In an ,,,,. dolators still and bow down : ... the id.ds of the pagan marketplaces, such as the slave service now and lias i n In that service from generation to generation and it is this iviiin.ini which is forever the Bymbt l of the rise and fall of human freedom and human health and human good •II ss. There are many ways In which we can help to realize within history the dazzling truth of the message of Pesach We can assert our fr loin and so all human free doni here by rebuilding the ruined Zlon in our hearts, by letting cur hearts be under whatever skies and amid whatever hardships the (Continued on Page i) An Open Letter March 29. 1937 The Jewish Floridian, Miami, Fla. is tlemen: May I take t'-iis opportunity o commending you for the timely article appearing in your Issue o March Z6fh entitled "An Ounce of Prevention," and to urge upon your readers the advisability, even the necessity cf paying heed? I have never been an alarmist btt in my many experiences In pub lie life I have learned the ever rmortant lesson that "vigilance i the price of liberty.*' I krow tha iv fe'lew Jewish citizens ca-no' help but receive all the rlpht* theare entitled to as American citi e "8 at the han-ls o' •hei' fell-vv i'tlxent, and of public officials. Yet it is an ind:sn.itable f-. c t thr>* candidates for public office and consequently pub'le offic ; als cannot help but "-e influenced by the: story told ry the regi-tration records and the ballot box. If the Jew sh citizen is content msre'y to he a citizen in name o"ly, it is but inevitable that his Hesires will '-e ove-looked and SOMETIMES HIS VERY RIGHTS IGNORED Simply to posses'; the right of suf frage and not to exercise it. is akir to the fireman who has all the equipment at hand to combat the dangers of a conflagratiir, yet ldl< v itches and does no'hing. If there is anything I should like *o impress upon my fellow Jewish citiie-s it is this:. If you want to nrserv fie inalienable ri-hf •t-at Amer'c-n citizenship entitles "ou to, don't reg'ect the e righ*'-y failing to cast your ba'lot. And 3S a necessary prerequisite, it fol lows that on* must reiis-er wi'.h in the srort time still left and pay 'he small roll tax --o that he can cast his ballot for the proper parties at the right time. If I can be of service to you in your efforts to make our Jewish citizens realize their duty to them selves, please call on me. Sincerely. (Signed) ABE ARONOWITZ. B'nai B'rith Elects Officers At the annu il <• nvcntlon of the District Grand Lodge, No. "> of B'nal B'rith, held recently at Ooldsboro, N. <'.. Hyman s. Jacob; of Atlanta and most a. the worker in the entire district, who Berved as first vice i resident for the pas! five years, was elected President of the District. -Mr. Maier Tries) of Chariest.in. S ('.. was named secretary to succeed Edwin L. Levy of Iii. Inn.mil. Va. Harry Adelberg of Baltimore was named first vice president; Alvin S. Kaitlis of \sheville. N. c. second vice president; William A. Qoodheart of Baltimore, treasurer. General committee named includes Sidney .1. Stern of Greensboro, N. C.J Edward Rosenbltim Nazi Leader Has Case Postponed New York i VVN81 T i beat I on a .-.I nplalnl by thi am Mas Get -man-American League for ("i i lure against i-'ritz Kuhn, Fit .it the pro-Nazi German-Ame lean Bund, wim is charged with i e al inn a business in violation of the Jewish News Around the World Secret Fascist Body Orga-iTing Within Shadow of White House Washington, I). C. (WNSI In the shadow of the White House a state penal code, was adjourned new s t quasi-mllltar) P 'or a week, until April Bth, by Mag organization is being built by fan 'stratiRichard P. McKlnliy In '"' E-lwaid Page Qaston under Yorkvllle Court, but not until the 'he name of the Patrl I Guard f Am.Mica. A reserve officer, former prohibition agent and official of Herbert Hoover's Pood Administration during lh"' World War. two factions Mad engaged in an oratorical free-for-all. When Kuhn entered the ccurtroom he was accompanied by lr.u Nazis. ,\he approached the bench to ask for Page's organization le pledged t i an adjournment his henchmen un ;l nation-wide drive against "our loosed a storm of "hells" and gave cringing, vote-catching rulers and in.. Nazi salute in military forma ,!l lawless labor untons." The tion In reply the ami Nazis, led prospectus of the guards reveals by Eugene Grigat, shouted "II..' ,,,: w a started originally durray tor Hochfelder." Hochfelder betag ""' shipping strike on the Pa clflc Coasi three years ago. Page admits he is Beeklng member p among army and navy officers and members >t the American Legion. Boasting hundreds of membets al ready enrolled, Page explained that his movement would be organized on military lines, with the country divided Into nine con a areas. He plans garrisons at Strategic points, transport anil air services and Bpeclal divisions to < i>erate public utilitiea In the event of strikes. Page revealed that he is appealing to university, college, business and professional men, Junior leaguers, Bociety leading the complainant against Kuhn. era, polo players, yachtsmen and The uproar finally be.anie BO : ., ,• sportsmen to loin the guard, greal that Magistrate McKlnlry oi Among his credent ala Is an alii.red the courl cleared. W'hih leged letter of rec mmendation Hochfelder was agreeing to th< from Alfred E. Smith. week's adjournment, Nazi and anti-Nazi sympathizers continued Jewish Publication Society Plans their oratorical demonstrations in six Books in 1937 the street In Hunt of the nun Philadelphia tWNSt six new h use. Hochfelder at first pro books will be published during tin' test d agalnsi the adjournment, remainder of 1937 by the Je Baying: "l have tried to get the publication Society of America, it man summoned before two Jewish was announced here. They are magistrates. Now I have come be Brand Plucked from the Fire," a fore a Catholic magistrate and expe. t to get action." Seeking to circumvent the charge that the German-American Bund Is violating the New Yoik State penal bo k of poems by Jesse Sampter; "Commentary on "Deuterono } by in. Joseph Relder of Dropsle College; Index to Dr. Ginsberg's "Legend of the Jews;" the pi zecode by engaging In business with [winning manuscript of the Edwin .tit having been Incorporated, Frits Wolf prize novel contest; Volu ie Kuhn, Bund Fuehrer, crossed the %  '•• ">i the American Jewish Year river to New Jersey and incorpo Book, and a book on ("hanukah, rated tin' German-American Bund edited by Emily Soils-Cohen, Jr. Auxiliary of 926 Danielsuii Bt., North Bergen, N. J. Incorporation American Jewish Congress Elecpap.'is filed with Gustav Bach, I tions by Direct Ballot Planned clerk of Hudson County, name New York (WNS) Elections for Kuhn and Beven New Jersey Gerthe nexl Bession of the American man-Americans as trustees. The Jewish Congress, tentatively set papers reveal that the new cm ''"' the fall of 1937, will he on the poratlon is not organized for profit basis of direel ballot, according to and that its officers must be mem •' deeisi n i .'ached by the adminbers ol the Bund or cf one of its Istratlve committee of the conlocal brain lies. HI WashlngK n. D. C; Rabbi David I. Zielonka, Tampa, Fla.; Julius Fisher of Roanoke, Va.; Emanuel Lewis of Savannah. C.i.; Abe Sh.-i ferman of Washington, it. C, and Moses Shapln of Wlnston-Salem, N. C. ;ress. Full plans for carrying out of elections are to be carefully worked out by the organisation commission, together with the governing council of the .-.ingress. The extraordinary conference of the congress held in Philadelphia in March, 1935, voted to convoke the next convention through the use jof the direct ballot.



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Friday, April 2. 1931 THE JEWISH FL0RID1AN Page Three wJewist) fHondian FLORIDA'S ONLY 'E :*i WKEKLY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY liy the JEWISH 1 I.OUIlilAN I'UHI.ISIIINi: CO. P ii Be N '.' -%  PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S W. Second Avenue Phones 2-1141; 2-1183 J. I.oi'is SHOCHET, F.lit.ir FRED K SIIOCHET, Cii-e-uli.ti-m Mniinv. r BERNARD MORGEN8TERN Fii-lil Representative 11 1. n 1 (i ,c. il elati matter July i. llmi. r Tli' A. 1 1! 3(1 nl ili • f March :i !• I-I Office iii Miami, Fl l-T'i H ill t. ST MRS PE1 l:u.-' i:pn OKI IS. B. ERSBURG M RUBIN entativt WEST PAI M BE veil MRS M. SCHREBNICK Represent live M \XIMI ,1 COHEN entative 'I \\U'\ MRS M. H. KISLER R. in i %  I.I.I ,.. V ntl SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 12 00 FRIDAY, Vol APRIL 2. 10— No. 1937 14 21 Cared For From Birth to Maturity Praiseworthy Last Tuesday morning at the assembly cf the Ada Merritt Junior High School, the Rev. Daniel Iverson, one of the prominent pastors of Greater Miami area, spoke to tha students of the school. Cf interest to us is the unsolicited expression on the part of Rev. Iverson, in which he related the debt of the Christian people to the Jewish people and faith, wh"n he s.iid We must not forget the debt we owe to the Jewish people tor cringing to the world the idea of a God." When our ancestors were worshipping idols, the ancestors of the Jews were teaching the world the God idea." When we reach that sta-je of understanding in which spiritual leaders of one faith w.ll not hesitate to express their n debtednesa to the fa'th of another, and particularly to the Jew ish people, then certainly it will lead to a b?tter understanding between all peoples. It is indeed a splendid manifestation of good will and understanding and we are happy to commend the example thus set by Rev. Iverson. Are We Shirking Our Duty? In the past several months this area has baen replete with solicitations for one cause or another. In fact, as many as twenty organizations have been soliciting the residents and tourists of this area for causes and institutions, some worthy and others not to the entire and distinct exclusion of those institutions that are concerned with the needs of the local community. The otrnr day we real a statement of a leader in the phil a-tiropic work oi the Jewish peoples in which he apologized for the spectacular and unusual methods being used throughout the v orld to awaken the Jewish people to their duties to their fellow men and women in less fortunate parts of the world. He pointed cut that were each one to give according to his means, much could be saved and everything done in a becoming way. And thus we face the problem ... are we shrinking our duties? .... Perhaps if one were to analyze the situation confronting th Jewry of Great :r Miami, one might not be as condemnatory as th" surface facts point to. From present calculations we have not less than thirty-five local rganizations, each requesting, even demanding funds to carry on their respective work Many have s id. an I perhaps with much truth that a consoltdatior of many of these organizations would lead to the elimination of auphc ty cf efforts and the saving of considerable funds. WW is it that institutions, national in character, can and do insist on keeping their representatives in Miami and Miami Beach or ?ong weeks at a time to try to collect funds when is apparent thft most of these funds are used to defray the cort of their collection, we cannot understand. Why it is that every little bit of a neighborhood Talmud Torah insists upon calling self a •Yeshiva" and come here to raise funds when Heaven knows we have not enough to take care of our own religious institutions, we are at a loss to understand. Whv it is that every vender of books, every promulgate! of schemes can come to our local lay and Rabbinic leaders and obtain their endorsement so that our local merchants may be mulcted of funds, we are unable to ascertain. know. D AILY, thousands of Jewish children come to maturity In central and east European countries who HIbeen cured for either In whole HI in part during most of their lives by (he American Jewish Join) Distribution Committee, organized in 1914 by nil elements ot American Jewry to aid Jewish war erera abroad. Tin' Join! Distribution Committee %  I in a great reconstructive lusk in llil^ when it established InAtlUitlons to care for the thousands oi Jewish children who had been orphaned by the War. Today programs of child care, ,c iiaented by medical care and trade training are carried out by local committees In Poland, Rumania, Lithuania. Austria, Latvia, Czechoslovakia, and recently In Germany, to which the Joint DIBtribullon Committee, supported by voluntary contributions from Jews in America, grants substantial sums. Thus a child of an impoverished Jewish family begins to benefit from this aid when his mother applies for pre-natal care at one of many maternity centers operated either by TOZ, the medical society of Jews In Poland, or OZE, the medical society operating In other eastern and central European countries. In infancy he will receive milk, it necessary, from an infant welfare and milk distribution center. Forty one artificial sunlight clinics help prevent rickets among Jewish children in Poland. Rumania, Lithuania and Latvia. As a result of such preventive medical work, the Infant mortality rate among Jews in those countries have been decreased to 5-6 per cent per 100, a level achieved only In the most advanced cities of western Europe. When the child reaches school age he usually finds it necessary to attend a special Jewish maintained school. In Poland, alone, more than 1400 such schools, aided In part by the Joint Distribution Committee, care for approximately 180,000 children. While In school many of these children must be provided with hot noon-day meals. Daily 25,000 such meals are given to poor children in Poland alone. In Poland and other lands children In these schools are under the permanent hygienic and sanitary supervision of these medical societies. This Includes periodic physical examinations and prophylactic treatments In dental clinics. Those who show signs of tuberculosis, malnutrition or other symtoms, are sent to Joint Distribution Committee maintained summer colonies for from two-week to monthly periods to Improve their health. When their elementary education Is finished, many of these children are aided In learning trades. In vocational schools operated by groups subventioned by the Joint Distribution Committee, thousands of young Jewish men and women each year learn to become farmers, carpenters, mechanics, cloth cutters, tailors, seamstresses, cobblers and machinists. At the free loan societies financed and operated by the Joint Distribution Committee, many of these newly trained workers apply for small loans to pay for their license fees so that they can begin to earn their living, or to sustain their families while they are unemployed. Jewish businessmen, farmers ami artisans borrow larger sums from cooperative loan societies to buy merchandise, seed, raw materials, or pay their taxes and to secure other help or credits that regular banking institutions cannot grant them. The never-ending cycle of aiding Jews in their struggle to help themselves Is illustrated above. (1) A child being examined by a TOZ physician In a clinic In Warsaw; (2) A lesson In Geography in a J.D.C. maintained school; (3) Learning the Intricacies of a lathe In a trade school subventioned by the J.D.C; and (4) Applying for a loan at a tree loan society office.| Jacksonville Notes Joseph S Wilensky, prominent IIM ai attorney, last we %  '.< I ir n i I annc unced hicandidacy foi i It: councllman-at-large, Group No. l. Miss Molly Schemer and lack Sllverman were married < i„ die home of Miss Schemer's mother, Mrs. William Schemer Rabbi M. P. Margolls officiated ir the presence of Immediate mem bars of the family and a few ii Is, The matrons cf honor for the bride were Mis. S. CarltOD and Mrs. I. Oartner. Miss Mildred Rose was maid o' honor. Willie Carlton acted as best nan The bride was given away by her mother. Mrs. William Schemer. After the ceremony a reception was held in the home and Mr. a"d M si! .iin ii l":i for a we Idlna trip to Miami an 1 the Ea-l Coast The Jacks nvllle Chapt< r, No %  z'-i 1 1 tho \. /.. A., .ii : 'i Ord .1 : •> th. i ; .,, nd annual m'nstr >1 Bh< w a-ri dance in the Jacksonville Jewish Center Rl s : > "' O'clock, Sunday. Apiil 11 Charles Ghelerter. general i i i man. has app tinted the following committees to see that nothing is left und iv to make this affair huge sir cis-: Rubin Dayan and Irving Ghelerter, tickets; Julius Fletcher, entertainment; Lei n Witten and Meyer I.ebovitz. publicity. Tickets may lie secured frcm abre. .'o Falls and Willie Rosenblatt. Sidney Kass is spons % %  if ih.' loi al i hapter. I" %  Ti a. le SI terhood :i Di : :i i "s a S|ii in.: dale e 88 an '", ''11' of Tuesday, April !, in the Franklin Room of tii K.i iivell Hotel The following committee mem '" rs are i;i t large: Circle No. "•. Mrs. Bdgai \i Fels n, i ha ran .1; Mrs Louis Wolfson, co-chairman, ami Mrs. .1. M. Glicksteln, Mis A Oberdorfer, Mrs Ben David, Mrs. Lester Coleman, Mrs. Leonard Flnkelsteln, Mrs. Edgar Kugelman, Mrs. Paul .1. Nathan, Mrs. M 1.. Friedbeic, Mis. H. Gendzler, Mrs. M. Meyerson, Mrs. Jennie Nathan, Mrs. j. Schulhofer, Mrs. s. Bellg, man, Mrs. n Zacharias, Mis. A. B, Weil, Miss Uuth WilfSOn, Mrs. J. Lelbman, Miss Frieda Weil. Miss Helen Naumburg, Mrs. B. Hob'Ms. Mrs. E. G. Stern. Mrs. F. Max, Mrs. D. Davis. Mrs H. (Haulier. Mrs. E. W. Wayb.iglit. Mrs William Nussbaum and Mrs. Sidney Meyer.



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Pag< six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Daytona Beach Notes Mis. Louis K Goldman Monday an. i 11 n us elei l< d i resldi nl of the Noi ih Se i breeze Bl ntary Pan ni Teacher Association al a ii.• ting a) ih" BI hni'i. succeeding M>-. M. P. Stephens. .Mis Gol Iman hiis been aclIve in scl i in th Jin a here foi so ne IIme, • • • Milton Sllverman of Providence is \ Isltlng h s brothei. Harold, at Hi' HI • .in Park Hotel iiiis wet k Mi. and Mrs. Louis Fleischer and M.ii. Mauri. ••. 01 Jacksonville • • gu< .-i last i eek-end of Dr. Diid Mrs, Irving Levey. Tamils NntP<; Adolph Burger. The speaker diand pour in the batter; fry in thin CIIIIJJCI l>ULCb played .1 thorough knowledge ol leaves or wafers. Cool, mi thin the hisinry u the Jewish people ,,s noodles. A community Seder was held In and Instilled Into his audience tin just befon serving, strain soup, ""' ""try rooms of the T pie need of unity and self-assurance 11 1,1 n come t" a boll, add n odles Schaarl Ze.iek on Friday evening, solving the Jewish problem Thi nn d lei soup 1 >• >iI until noodles arc March 26, which was attended by lecture afforded a rare Intellectual done, a large number of men, women and treat to nil who were privileg. S^riday, April ... I nuel Levenson, Bon f Sin.' ii Levenson, and a student .1: th< I'nlvers ty of Florida, is in si Vincents Hospital in Jacksonvilli recuperating 1 "in a fall ofl a hi se in Tallahaa Ruby Bronsteln, Li mi Ri -• : blum and Lei nard Pepper wen 1 1 1 z< tudents home for last we< k ml. • Mai k Itoi Di William !.• vey, l i Larry London and Herman Rosi nberg are among loi nl handball champions who will represent Daytona Beach in competitive garni s against a picked .-•• resen< % %  %  11 from .in' ksonville this Sunday. \|nii 1. ,11 ih,. local beach handball court. Play Btarts al in 1 lock that morning, li is ex 1 • < !• 'I that ;ui enthusiast!. 1 he< 1 Ing squad will be mi hand, hildren. Servli •for the < %  n< lusii n ol the Passover holidays al Temi le Rodoph Sholom and also al the Knesseth Israel Synagogue follows: Thursday evening, April 1 7 p. in Friday morning, A; 1 1 2 9 ;| m. Friday evening, Api ii 1 *• p. ni. Saturday morning, April :s 9 a. m. in heai ii T • Y. M H. A. newly-organlzi .1 ALMOND BALLS ighi po ind ol almonds, 1.1 fine. Volk ol 1 I:K. dub held iis rirsl meeting at tin lve „ beaten Add almond* .0 egg, J, M : A '" Tuesda} even,ng l""li ••> -" %  '"" Seated rln act which takes ,, Alar, 11 ,11 ,, ,,:,., _.,(,,• „ Jewish Teacher. | n p 0 ,, nd Arrested For Giving "Tosca' In Yiddish Warsaw (WN8) Th. nc| ami teachers of the 1. ol MUBIC in Plnsk ,1 %  •'-' on charges ol ; raged Christian reeling ellglon." The I charge is t;„. product I schcol's students ol 1 era, "Tosca," in wl .Mai, Ii \\ > !l II 11 Vi' %  i' I ; : ; -. ol \ iiiin-in i.ii diversions ol all it has already attracted a I.H_Ulld • niliii-:.!-! ii group of young pi %  ii % % % % %  ),,1 .;. %  1 lemond. Beat white 01 !" s stiff. ,..,„, %  .-mister. wasVuii """ ; x u dish. The performi •" •' ''"" %  l; ,,l ni1 by the police after th In Warsaw, 20 Jews of teaspoon ini boiling fat ,11 -1 fore set ving. I'lll Saturday morning, April 3—10 ganizatlon. w< feels 11 forei Communist activities w. 1 oncentratlon camps. a. in. 1 memorial services) The I ml Council ol J. n -:. Juniors will give a 1 ab iret dance at the 'I 1 Va and Country 1'lull mi Tuesday evening, April 6, An exci ptlonally floor Bhow has > ranged Judging by the '-i. ergetlc work performed l>\ the committee, ; o rd crowd is an ii. ated Ai tin. next in.. ting ol this which is (o lie I..hi in 1I1,. Al A. building %  n Monday evening, April 12, new officers for *' nsulrig year will be elected %  foi till^ up ., %  Tin ii -1 .-in.iii to be spi :.-.. r. by the Progress club will b 1 M lllion |j |n in g\\ ;i il • V M 11 .\ on T 1 evenn-j \ il 1 1 • by Abe M. Woli BEEFSTEAK PIE I'm % %  onion. Publication of 900-Year-Oi,! j ew | lh Manuscripts Clears Up Bible Disputes MisEvelyn Slrkfn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Srrkin, win, bi en critically ill with double pneumonia, is slowly recovering at the Halifax Hospital. Services observing Pasover are being held this week every morning and evening at : o'clock at T< pie Israel, Daytona st. Spe rial memorial services 1 1 the di ad will be held al 9 o'clock Sal unlay morning, A| rll 3 On March 23, al the Florldlan il.. 1.1. toe following off ol th. Junior II i.la.-s.ih were Installed: Airs. Jeanne Flnman, p esident; Aliss Helen Aronowitz, recording -" i' 'ary; Airs. Manuel Buchman, corresponding se. retary, and Miss Elizabeth Ah nin irftz, financial se. retary, Committee chairmen for the ensuing yeai are: MisDoris Magid, publicity; Miss Pearl Sas low, social; Miss Dorothy Fe ner. membership; Aliss Ruth Weiss, finance; Miss Llbby Swerdlln, culunds ol chuck on i" Bl III in ni. -..li. ;" iipr 1 md I nl. nutmeg. Add a little X ,. NV ,, 1V( „ ,. (nn (WN 01 l li "• standing disputes ..v., • %  idy %  'i congruous translations 1 large llsh revised version 1 1 1 ", r rth whii t,ain and m.-' • I. Testament are exp. t. a litth c ioped cleared up as a result of 1 tl< in. Ited fat; Ix llcation by the Vale 1 Ith two well beaten eggs; then Press of the oldest compn 01 i'"l inn a layer 01 ii around the bol Bible dictionary. Writt. '• a choral society has he. and sides 1 tie. pie-dish; 10th century by David bet orBa nlzed which meet cover with the bal ham al-Fa.i. famous t in. "ii,...: brush II ovei Karaite Beet of Jews wl 1 1 rrovul %  -' %  %  being with the yolk ... an egg and bake In the 8th centurv, th. rehea •!. after whl, h %  •r.iinll. t ;. .. .:,. ,. ....... ieheii ter whl. h • c-.r. can st 11 li. (|. All nin and women wl possess 1 an t. d •., join 1 itlon. Thi dan. e giv. • • ,. • y ,,„ 21, was well at tended Al 1 •. rmission. th. %  '"Ikli:.: %  • shak. 1.'.. the guests : honor, Mr %  ""I Mrs p || Weintraub. Th. n SHvei K ngs" ni mi. .1 with • in a qul. k -:ii brown. NOODLES 2 %  1 tabl. ; n 1 I.-.I-: (i M Salt : 11 aki m. al B' al %  ggs, add water, Ball ami knead in < ake mi al. Roll oul as in as possible on a floured board and Bel aside for about 1-2 hour to of the dictionary remain. unI knewn until 1830 when it was ill. covered In an underground bei of the Karaite Synago ue In Ji 1 iisalem, The publl. atloii the priceless manuscript, which was ilt.'n in Arabic lint In II aracter, was under th. ship of lit-. Solomon L. Skoss, fessor of Vrablc at Dropsle C Philadelphia. Dr, Skoss' w. based on a study of ..ll ki copies and fragments 1 the KiAn Importanl meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami •I. i-li Orthodox Congregation 1 ill •" he Id at the Sj ig ; 1 .1;, g W, Third st., 1 11 Tin sday evening, A ill 5th, beginning al S 15 o'( lo. k. All mi mbei < and 1 r ends are 111 ged t attend. Plans for the coming year will be anno in. ed and a 'ii minuting 1 ommittee to re. om1 %  nd fict 1 1.11 the coming year will be named ,. dry. .henr,,,,,,,, JelIy rolI and XVhl'7^1^ The %  11 Into thin sli. es, or ut in any ,, %  of Sfe, ," .interval desired simp,, Dry an „ ,„,,.;, -•<. %  %  "mina, is ,,, n M^ ,oth vl„g, boll 20 minutes In sail '" ,r, "' > ; '" Le ,n ra '"' other trngments are to !• Mrs. Jay Markowltz, Jewish National Fund; Aliss Ida Gutkln, 1 latlons: Aliss Rosalie Klrchlck.! nominations; Miss Dena Peckett w11 '"' suspended for li spitallty, and Miss Be. ky Abro movltz, printing Plans were made for the annual Pa^OVPi' Rppmnc """" %  i n nner-dance to be given VV r! ^fCipeS A meeting ol 1 e board 1 1 directors ol 1! e Vila 1 Jewish Or thodox C nu egation will be held in XI Tue day evening, April 5th, at tli.Synagogue, beginning al S o'cloi k, R. ports nl the n Intel -on will be presented and action taken on the purchase ol a build Ing lot ini the ere. tion 01 .. Tal mud T 1 1 • %  P'e lael Sisterl I will havi II meeting ol Its executive board al 1 10 p, m. o'clock nexl Ml 11. lay. April 5th, at Ka| Ian Hall i. be followed by a n ting ol the • ntlre membership foi ihe purpose "' election i i officers al 2:30. Members are urged to attend and tasl theii votes. Airs. Max Dobrln, chairman of the nomination .. mi.lit...... will pi,.-..pi the recommendations 01 ner committee. on May 27 and annual bam dan on June 8. Al ;i ''"•••"' i ting of the Tampa Distrii, ol Zionist Organization ol A i erica the following officers w elected Rabb Ad I; h Hi lri -id.-in: David St. In, vice presl dent; Adoll Kntz, ire is in r; Ad ini W .it.in. -,.,,, i a .. i:il | A Finkelsteln, assistant Vclain Wolfson was also ipolnteil i hiilr lan o) I le Jewish \ Fund Al ,; R %  • nbe g, rel ring presl' %  was unanimously el. i hono irj | resident Tin |. • is nu mbers ..I the i. aril %  ri M irris R. ssl. r, Vie 'or (coper, Manuel Aron 1,1 Hi i, :. Halmovltz and Adam U'.ii! un. The organization Is planning an ,: %  ''•'' membership • 1 %  ,. and "" 'll! is ever) J. %  In Tampa 111,1 f'flnlty, BO t '. .. Home land in Palestine may be develoi ed io harbor our perse, uted ... • ligionists from Germany, Poland and othi r benighted lands. II 'a hoped thai all who are so; "''"' "ill join this worthy orgnnizati n. BAGELACH OR DOUGHNUTS -' '' • i I I 1 -2 cii| .'. • .. • 1 tab). I 2 teas| : '"' %  in ii : H ..I Into hot foi. Add eggs .., ni il ..ii tin with landl. .i ..,, ... '•I Bake :. i .. %  • .. MANDLECH : eggs 2-3 up ni,. meal 1-S t'li-i i salt l 2 teaspoon potato flour in libraries in Vienna. Oxf. I London. Charges Ford Agents Conspire With Nazis New York fWNSi Pel repi esentatives of Hem y K. rd are working closely with, I'res i ixed J.iti %  MATZO PIE CRUST Greas. is mi il t:.at I *''"' Pindi .,i salt in,.| a ln" the l„„, ,, .,,„! .;„,. ,„ 'lish. Bake :.., ten mintiti """'erute oven. Use meringue or whipped cream %  i VOM-TOV SOUP Use ribs of heel and chicken. In a large cooking .. ,,'" ; e B88 1 ad< meal '"" : "" giving financial aid to I %  d U Knead r "" agents In the United Stat. ,'"'".' a d '" %  %  lnth alleged by John L Splvak nuaies. Fry In deep fat, heated ,„,,, (ll h| BerJea ,„ artlt o .,,.> degrees until brown and' .. ., -, ,, erve in "" i,lv U lk '' r "" N;,/ ganda In Amerl. a. Mi > %  ii.s an alleged letter from Einstein Sees Efforts To w.n Arab eral Nicolas Rodriguez. leader ol the anti-Semitic i il Shirts of Mexico, to the Ford i agei in Mexico. The letter. i.-ri mi stationery of the S S ins. is dated Si tembet Good Will Bearing Fruit I'lu. On Tuesday, April sth, Mrs. A H Cohen and Mrs, Jacob ll. Kaplan will h %  j ini hostesses at a di -s.it bridge for the benefit of the Sisterhood al the Dallas Park Hotel promptly al 2 p. m. o'clock, Tinpublii is invited to attend Di Ai.nim Leon Sachai delivered '' 'earned discourse on th. subjecl of "Israel Weaves a Tapestry" on Monday evening, March 22, at the Rodolph Shclem Synagogue. Dr. Sachar, who spoke under the au Ices or the Council of Jewish Wo,,, .JI, was Introduced by Rabbi w,,h P'enty ol in. r and add a Si "' %  r and onion, a head ol celery, a little parsley root, The in.in is then removed and can be used us a separate dish POTATO FLOUR NOODLES Take three eggs, beal until ;i light yellow and add one-half cup _! of potato ii ur and one-half cup inzes WJI h e awarded for high of water, beal well. '•('iiro'j I Heat a fryinn i an. grease well N'ew York .UN's. Tl al there t n to helieve tl al the .., .--mis. is iiai.'ii .-.-; leiiui.-. -•• ;;,! •;-" !" "**** m 1934 Another ,,.,„,. „,„„ „ i : ';;• : ""; %  ,ema -e, „,,„.. ,.-,„. a„i. e .., on v, ,;„ 1 """ 1 wi ruary 7, 1935. expresses .hank """ ''j' % %  ""'i'' the latter having given lob ,;;"", ; l! "' ; r %  m no • m, m ,„ %  lh e .o..,i SM-'" %  "" amon '"" J^a. bu. ,,„„„,, man between Rodl %  "'" nv ""%  "MHoi, Bml „.,. Nazl agentfl ,„ Al „. T'l 8 V** e '" Arab *a Henry Allen of San D ..;; ,s •;'"' kers wa u ^ < wm.am D ey i V"" \ %  ^-•" >>j | eyi according to Splvak. Th. ..; •:;;;. II A, I E J n8te,n • -< e, :, %  „.,. .„.,, Lien „' ,/"'," v """ 8ede '" '" l Agents Schwlnn, Papep. W.nt. ';","" % %  v ;""""-'.,r<„„„,,. and ThemlUl ,.,, '; Workers In PalMexican Fascist, at Agua Cal pep-,J, ,."" "'i "'"• %  Commodore i„ h BU mme. ol 1913. Bplval ,„,.„ ,'-; "—l guest, a, Jewish Bl80 ,, tos tne l:1( tna| Kl u K ,„ p. of the German-Amerl .ravels around the c< untrj ''" ^deration of Jewish Labor conferring with hi. followers while .....'V'"" A "" %  "*' %  Wa8a,8 on Ford's payroll and points out -•--•" .mm l.t -.Stephens. Wise.' hal u -il,ia,„ ... Caineion. F ""' B d Ball to taste, and ;, nin.h "" ,,ls:m • % %  "" t J.-wisi, also cite 1 %  • •" Let the whole simme, "^ U l que *'*'">''• "•' vancei head v foi two hours. contributed J25, .„ ,..,. BU pp 0r „„„,, (| T. .. "I the I'Vtf, ; %  : %  t wu, ,,r l..,.,;..i. %  Speakers Included Goldle Myerson, woman labor lei r p a | e8 confidential aecietary and formei editor of the Deivli in fml. i • ne. Joseph Schl ssberg. secretary dent, was for a time the head ol or thAmalgamated Clothing the Anglo Saxon Federation and i Workers L'nlon, and Alexander Kahn, co-chairman of the National Labor Committee. heavy contributor in the Rev. 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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN N. i-' The Zionist DlBtrlcl ol Greater Miuml i! imiii an imp MIII busl n meet in-' mi 'v ening ..' i rah, li .-. ii, Beth I :n ill Tit I i i :. 11.11. All members I > ..: B(l :. '/. %  %  (I to i i There will i Hal li inor i oiled ions t ..Incl. Friday, April % %  lt J SOCIETY > Messrs. Max Kupferati i Helman, Harry Seltlln, •ou:| %  Murrij Plant, a. Goodman ami j j S( liochel For the i.>'' hodox t'ongi Hun Thursday i •• nlng, April 1st, ,1 c: ;iu i 'cluck Friday morning services begin a) !i wil i Rabbi Anal-ani K. i:iu i real hing on The Story "i Hope." Fridaj evening y nj ^ b .i' 6 O'I lock. Satir HI \ppi i!a ilny in rning B pedal Ylsskor Berv I es "ill be obi ened and Rabbi Kellner will preach Immedlatel) prior to tin mi morlal Bervlce on "The Oloi y IIn Llvln !." We in rial services will begin prompt lj HI in: ::n i; miii s inday school ill resume BCBBIOIIS on ii n la) mornl ig al HI o'cloi k. The publl (peaking class s; on .in n j the S ni n' Council of 'ewisli Wi in n \\ i ll resume Bea ail ns i n Fridaj. April 9th, i le sea nions si heduled for today having 'I'.in i: silon Phi, n mil mill h socl-il fial i mi y I unded al Columbia University in 10, In dm hlstoi ral homeland on ihe BI n I'II. The feature pii tu e to be show n in i onnei tlon w Rh ibis travelogue Is "Love Is News." starring Loretta Young, Tyrone Power, Jr., and Don Amerhe. attended, In additl n to Rabh Max Shapl ... .1 icoli II. Kaplan, A bra I :11 %  i A, Kellner mill Colmail /." It man, Dr. H !•' Ashe ol the I ni verslt) of Miami, Dr, Jay F. W Pearson, secretary of Ihe I'nlver sity of Mini Dean %  T. Holds worth. Dean Henry S. We I, Dean R \ Rasco, Registrar Harry Pro v In, Mayor Rosroe Itunsteter < l Coral Gables and Ceo. E Merrlck, founder of Coral Gables Indue lion i erenionies of the new r lap NI. lii, h will lie know n as Tan Ni. wns directed by .Inlins M lire tenbach, president of TEP ii II, .1 conn. II, and Louis Helman, prael r of District l.".. who were led b) Ihe Alumni \o. ial Ion of Miami. Among Ihe new mem In .... VI ion Wnsnian Henrj W'nrsliaw sl>. Dan .-I Breinin. Irving Kramer, Jack Mlntxer, Abe Gordon, Hy Koch. Leonard Toliln. Arthur Willing I Stnn'e) Blai l< man, A iCamlng, .in-iin read) membpi ol I Maynard .Men" \l ric, Orovltx and J mm Wellil !l !l lie I' last da i I %  slated by Mesdamea Stanley C. Myers, Max Pepi er, F, Schrelber, Mor is Pepper and Joseph Sj man Prizes "ill be awarded f.>r high -, o es and refreshments will be sen,ii The public is urged to al tend. The last dayof Passover will be ushered in al Beth David Con gregatlon Thursday evening al ii:ii". Friday morning services be -in al 8:30 with Rabbi Max Sha plro preaching In Yiddish on "What Price Arrogance Ft Iday evening :,i K:15 Bpe inl late Friday evening services will be held with Mr Altieri Jacobs n, who recently returned from n trip around the world, ns the guesl Bpeakei on i Surveys the World Jewish Seen." Saturday morning servbegin ni %  < : II the Vlxkoi II mcinoi inl sc : j. es ni l" o'clock Immedlatel) rio lo I he met rial service Rabb Shapiro "ill preai li in Englislt on Whl. li Do We i Life ot Death '" The %  i i • %  al ion ill hold sor. %  r Iday and Saturday mornings ni I" la. |. ..mi i,, in i on II i n n ,1 wo ker ol ,lai k ion v in,.. Kla., inline. I) n res'di til til Miami, :i %  •' 'I lie rnesda) and u ill p. nn everal mi ill ill Mian i VI i Shelnliaiim ill ; i %  ineiniiei eii Inn he beer, Ihe or u.iin/.r ..I ihe Hebrew I'r el'i I) Inn which aided several hundred transients here dn Ing Its o lion ni several years He "ill make his I a l the S> l\ lu Hotel • %  Inau%  %  Mil I' 111. I Bl Tul airii ill., mill it ion ;it y in; Mr. .in.i .Mrs. Max Peppe are visiting their brother and slster-in law, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper, and i ll remain here i i several weeks Last Thursday they entertained al i ,i nner In celebral ion of ihelr m toenth wedding anniversary al the Mrs. Sara i Grossman, eighty Garden Restaurant. Among I use <> rcn years old, H resident I M ami who mien,l.d "ere Mr. and Mrs for Ihe past sixieen years, died A Pepper. Mr. and Mrs Morris aftei it li lei I s last Sunday lepper. Dr and Mrs Max Pepper, morning. A native ol Minsk, llus Mrs. A. Sand and Mr Leo Roten sin. she came 10 Miami from h.-r ,„.,... ,,, providence, R. I., and Mr. home In New York City She was i p in Myer Orossman of Gainesville, a me he ol the Miami Jewis lh. ..I. .v Coilgregatloll ami a. ihe in M ^ B ^ I III effe, live wltlt the firsi Jacksonville April 6th, trip from Tallaliii This through Blei leave Jacksonville 9 : daily, arriving In i a m. and the cat "ill for occupancy untii •> u laha %  -. Returning, the car Tallahassee al 1:34 H inn in Jacksonville al ii will be plai ed n I Tallahassee for oi i time after 10 p. m. P tssengers fro n Ml i secti a an leave Ml on the Southern State Spei dally, arriving at ,1 '. I" p. in and connei t hrotieli car ft om Jai k ille t • %  Taliahassei The foil, wing .-ni, line: ---rvi. .is also available: Le iv, p. in., arriving Jack a in Leave Jacksoin I arriving Tallahassee 11 or you can leave .lacki a, in. and arrive In 1 i ii in. n rk ol HLadies Auxiliary With but two weeks of the neel Hie rk ol Us Ladles Auxiliary Ing remaining. Wesl Klagler KenShe leave. irvh ng hei nel flub patrons will witness some daughters, Mis Ida Bucksiein and hoci For Sale Well-equipped rrjisolinr sltilion in lu'iirt of Jewish i,'. ,-. rack, lire rcpiiirs. etc OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE MONEY FOR A LIVE WIRE ASK FOR "ROY" 299 N. W Fifth Street PHONE 2 9639 CAMP W0HKL0 FOR GIRLS v.-, Miles from Washington, D. <'. en Miles iroin Baltimore, Mil. • ,. Heart of the Blue Ridge Mts, OPENS JULY 1st 8th Season of the mosi coli rful menu ex hibited al any track tinyear. The season al the dow nto n oval has been the beBl in the of the downtown oval Jacob Sher and William Hunt ley, popular Miamiaiis and owners r the beautiful oval, worked mi llringly lo make ii an unusual sea -mi The attendance and i play reached a new high and Ihe prospei is anthai it "ill lead track In Florida when the ;i on ends During the last week Ru ly Val I mi also Ihe monkey Jo ni iin, ii,l enormous crow tls 'I li monkeys are scheduled regularly lo ride on Tuesday and Friday nights. When ihe seasi n closes, \pl II 10, two dogs will go down in ids %  • %  i ru %  son. These n p '• % %  i, b; i I ib i 'ill roll, and I'" die. ..win d by Prank Jo can be rated as I he lies! in Ann %  Tin dler in Mi' %  I is withoul My Ben, on noil y Cl tie H ib) Ben la the cl I I tig to a • in thai raced It ha mrteeii hu die rui es and has only bi %  ii beaten Ice, Eleven ra< es are aged nlghl ly -l nil tig al R: 15 "' I", k. The hurdle race i an < v. lusli lur. only al Wesl Plugler. Vlotoi in rein h I'I.IL' le In ten nil] utes from almost any "her. MrCharles Taniie'ibaiini ol ill ami. Mrs. Bertha Ponieruntz of \ew > ink : a son, I >r Jui oh (!ro man of Sew York, and n sister, Mrs Km Le. In, also ,.i New Vo k, ami Bei eral g andi I ildt en Funeral services i i i uiidiii h d b) li ibb Abraham A Kellner ol Ihe Miami Jew i^ h tin hod \ i i mi ai 1 'arter V\ Ixsom Kunerul I loine ami ill Jewish -< i i ion ol Woodlaw n Purl '• ine lers Active all wen -7t>AV£NU6 F N W.7 L h Ave .(. $ l*ST.PhonM5SI SUNDAY and MONDAY April 4-5 CAIN AND MABEL Clark Gable. Allen Jenkini Mai Davies, and Roscoe Kams L**" Is the BEST' ^ New Ensemble nniitiiimii t iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini nun.nit' .H",ll nriiiliiii.'.m ii,iiiiiii"iHiiin..imin.nm..,ini.,.i..iini DR. EDWIN I. COHEN Chiropractic Phy sicinn 1501 Con}-rcss Bldg. Phone 3-6814 Office Hours: 10-12 15 For Information Write Bertha Berkowich Levy Owner and Director 1625 S. W. 15th St. Miami, Fla. I M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. £. Firat St. Ph. 2-1661 FOR ELECTRIC COOKING! Q95 Kffieii'iil i ker chromium .ini.Nlieil, with ivalnul handles Toasts siiinhviehes. cooks WII aii.l otherwise aids Ihe hostess. Includes waffle ir.i,\ and server! 7.!>."> witlioul waffle jrritls. MAIN STORE, FIFTH FLOOR Burdine's L