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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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MIAMI, hl.OKIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1937
I'm e Five Cents
Roosevelt Praises
Tolerance For All I
i
\. w York (WNS) Preservation
i r< ligious liberty in the United
was pledged liy President
. veil i" > messs te addressi d
the Calvei' Assoi latlon and the1
i i inmonweal, which celebrated the
anniversary o( the founding
i Maryland and Maryland's role
ill, establishment of religious
. edi m with ii high muss at St,
11, i President's message follows:
i !: lesson of religious tolera
lion M toleration which recognizes
complete liberty of human thought
liberty f human conscience is
which, by precepl and ex-
.in le, must be Inculcated In the
. us anil minds of all Americana
Hi. Institutions of our democ-
are to be maintained and per
pet noted. We must recognize the
ilamental rights of man. There
be no true national I ire- In I
.i. nr cracy unless we give un- j
i|iiull3'ed recognition oi freedom
, i H ligloua worship and freedom
. i ducatlon. We have nol for
[. Ill n. nor ever shall f< i get, the
l< service in the cause of re
toleration rendered by the
.. rts in Mai viand liner coa-
ago,
it gives me pleasure, therero ,
n |< urn that the Commonweal, m
i i the Calverl Associates, has
,i celebrate in si Pat-1
t'athedral nexl Mondaj I
. rsary of the founding of i
land, and Maryland's part in
tublishmenl ol religious lib-
In America. I have also
n. d with pecullai Batlsfai tlon
Commonwealth believes that
In fore in our history have
i foi ai < Ing i' mam nt
among the various ele-
mi i Blng our nation been
nitloua as ai the presi nt
i rejoice In this assurance, j
. dge myseii ai this Bolemn
i moral ion with all the re :
at my command, to w rk
ti mi happy a consummation. My
r nhall ev.-r be thai tins na-|
under God. may vindicate]
h all coming time, the
mi. i.i the right of all within
i h irdi rs t i (he free exercise
i .:i< n according to the die-
i i consi ience."
I
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BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE!
In these days, particularly in Miami, at II e close of the winter and the beginning of .he
summer season, we are too prone to v.ant ;o forget ourselves and relaxing forget some of
the most important duties and most serious problems facing us.
The Jewish Floridian feels that it is discharging a public obligation by calling .he atten-
tion of the Jewish citizenry of this area (0 its civic duties. Jews in every walk of life, commu-
nally minded and otherwise, do not hesitate -o raise their voices in protest against any grievances,
real or fancied, v hen they occur money, work, and time mean nothing to them in such
events because they will then insist upon their rights as American citizens and woe betide
the unfortunate who may dare to oppose them.
Today, the Jewish citizenry of Miami is confronted by a problem that must be solved im-
mediately time will wait for none The Jewish citizen must register and pay his poll
tax or forfeit his American citizenship certainly, it is true that none will come to you and
say your citizenship has been revoked though in actual fact YOUR CITIZENSHIP IS
ABSOLUTELY NULLIFIED AND WORTHLESS. for what does your citizenship your
much vaunted rights avail you v'ien you cannot even cast your ballot at the polls?
Let not the error of being too sure of one's self ... of one's invulnerability be stretched to
the breaking point ... let us realize beyond any peradventure of doubt that "It can't happen
here" may not always be true if we continue t o waste the rights we possess. Let the word be
passed that Jewish citizenry does not exercise the rights of suffrage that it regards this
splendid right as something valueless and s oon this very privilege may be taken from us.
If the Jewish Floridian can accomplish just one thing at the present time the bringing
home to the Jewish citizenry of their duties as Jews and as Citizens to get out and register imme-
diately ... to make it their business to pay their poll taxes NOT LATER THAN APRIL 10th,
then we shall feel that we have accomplished much for our people.
DON'T BE A SLACKER. IF YOU ARE A QUALIFIED VOTER, REGISTER NOW AND
PAY YOUR POLL TAX IMMEDIATELY
PIan For States
Stirs Opposition
lAndon (WNS)The partltl n
Palestine Into Independent
Jewish and Arab states, a plan
which the Daily Herald report!
' the Royal Commlnlon is con-
i ring, is only part of sensa
I uai proposal, the general detail!
1 which have Just become known
i As advanced by its author.
member of the Royal Commission
' idly to Jewish aspirations, the
I Ian would set aside as the area
l' i an independent Jewish state a
retch nt land along the Mediter-
ranean a i-ii as liaza on which
ii i.i pei pie could be Beltled:
set up a Jew i-h ^ vei nment In that
area with T. 1 Aviv as its capl al:
link the Ji wish state bj i eaty i->
Kngland which would undertake Its
i, otei tlon aga nst foreign foes as
II dues foi Iraq and E tyi' I admit
ii. Jewish st.ii.- tn the League ol
Nation- and empower it to have
Its own diph matte agents In all
ci untrles; Incorporate Jerusalem,
Haifa, Bethlehem and other cities
containing Christian holy places In
a special territory to be ruled per-
manently under a League Mandate
and in which Jews and Arabs
would continue to enjoy their pres- j
enl rights: permit the Jewish
slate to have its own army and
police nine: and annex those parts
o| Palestine Inhabited chiefly by
Arabs l> Transjordania under the
rnle of thai country's monarch,
Emir Abdullah.
Most Zionist leaders familiar with
this plan are said to ......ppnsed
,(1 j, as are the Arabs. Certain
Zionist circles, however, are In-
clined to give it consideration to
gather with any i ther recommen-
dations that may be made by the
Royal commission Christian pro-
Zionists are also divided in their
read ion. Col. Leopold Amery. n i
mer Colonial secretary, favoring
It, and COl. Josiali Wedgwood. Op-
posing It. Those who favor it.
however, believe thai the area to
be -oi aside for the Jewish state
should be large enough to accom-
modate at least 2.000,000 people
Celebration To Philadelphia To
Mark Presentation Unite Schools
Next Sunday evening, April 111 i,
the be tutiful bj uagogue "i the Mi-
ami Jewish orthodox Congregation,
ii 1545 S. W. Third street, will be
the scei.....f a gala celebration In
trndltl nal manner when a sit of
"Wilno Shass" or complete Tal-
mud and commentaries will be
presented to the congregation by
Mr. Abraham Jacobs, formerly of
Miami, oldest member of the Con-
gregation and reader for the past
five years.. Rabbi Abraham A.
Kellner will preside ami addresea
will be made by Mr. Jac bs, who
will formally present the Talmud
lo the congregation. Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Beth David Ci ngrega-
lion, who will extend felicitation!
to the participants, ami an officer
ol the congregation, who will for-
mally accept on behalf of the syna-
gogue. Cantors Moris Schlach-
man. Maurice Mamches and Louis
(layman will render several tradi-
tional liturgical number! during
the evening. A specially Iniilt
bookcase to store the volumes will
he presented to llie congregation
during lie evening. Following the
formal traditional ceremonies a
commltee of the Ladies' Auxiliary
will serve refreshments to all the
guests.
Mr. Jacob!, who was a resident
and communal leader of Atlanta,
Philadelphia, Apr, .". INCJCI
A heard of education to co- rdinate
educational activities ol the con
gregations affiliated with tin
Philadelphia branch of (he t'nlted
Synagogue of America will be
protei led here ghoi lly. it was
announced yesterday. The h ard
will he the first Of its kind in the
history Ol the local Jewish coin
munlty.
Bach congregation will have at
leasi two members on the hoard
a member ol the Board of Trustees
of the congregation and a mem
her of the teaching staff. A con
gregatlon can have an additional
representative for each 100 pupils
above the iiist 100,
There will be no distinction he
tween Hebrew school! and Sunday
schools.
(ia., prior to his arrival In Miami
about six years ago. is the lathei
Of Mr. Ilyinan s. Jacoba, president
of District Grand Lodge No. 6 of
H'nal B'rlth and the fathet in law
of Mrs. Rise Jacobs. Internation-
ally famous lladassah worker and
national president of lladassah.
The public is urged to attend
the ceremonies.
The World's
Window
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
This column is copyrighted by
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part strictly forbidden. Any
infringement will be prosecuted.
Forlorn Hope
When Mr. Allied Knopf pub-
lishes his translation oi M. Andre
Qido'a "Return de I'U.S.R.R. (Re-
turn from the Soi let I the bo k
win doubtless co!( two dollars and
no one can tell how many of the
young Jewish men and women wh >
are temporarily ii al to us to our
people ami to our cauae through
their psychological involvement
with the Soviets "ill buy the book
and read it. Many, many Ameri
nils will read the hook even as.
according to my ci py of the French
original, over 200,...... people have
already bought and read the little
book in Prance. But precisely
those who need the book most,
those who cause us to he so \ cry
anxious concerning their future
and their souls' health the young
Jewish Communists and semi
Communists may avoid it or miss
It. Hence I can think at this mo-
ment if no more useful small task
than to give a brief account ol the
findings of Andre Qlde,
First, let us recall thai Andre
aide Is by common consent one
of the three or four greatest men
oi letters In the world. Next lei
- em hasize the point thul (Side
has always been noted i r the
-e upulousnesa and candor of lii-
thinking. For years I have bought
i ..ill of his hooks and have alwaj a
hether the subject was s\ in pa
iheiic in me or in t been Intensely
Illuminated by the bone-deep pro
hity of his Btyle which c rre
tponds, of course, to an equal pro
bity oi thought. Agreement was
nol the point. The point was see
ing a first-rate mind In ai tlon a
mind stripped, athletic, trans-
lucent.
Several years ago Qlde an
nounced his adhesion to the Com
munlst i doctrine and faith and
iio: e iii a recent oiume i Nouvel-
les Page- de Journal) he ex
plained the process of despair of
our present civilization Which
forced him to see a new hop. | ,
humanity in the Soviet!. He had
always been a believer in the prac-
tical necessity of realizing the pre
cepts of the Gospel. He saw that
Christlandom has finally ami
definitively failed mankind. He
turned his face to the Bast. Com
munlst! everywhere were quite
Justly elated over the adhesion tc
their philosophy and pi Hey of a
man so eminent, so scrupulous, so
eloquent. He was Invited to Rus-
sia to speak at the obsequies ol"
Gorki, to address the student! of
Mosi w and the Soviet writers at
Leningrad and to see for himself
the land and the civilization that
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resident; c. il. Moyet. I
vice-president; Mrs. Joe L. Buzzell,
corresponding bi i etary; Mis
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Mrs, Samuel Hale, treasure!
Mr. Zukernick will be the ator-
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+>AVNUE
W7'hA t ilVST Phoiw7-(S(l
SUNDAY and MONUAY
April 11th-12th
Johnny Weissmuller
Maureen O'Sullivan
TARZAN ESCAPES
PLAZA
THEATRE-MIAMI EEACH
WED THUE APRIL 14-15
Tii- first full-length feature ever ~-A^ ra
P destine As impressive all-talking
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"This Is
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The tri ng ol TEL AVIV
The growth .: colonies. in the desert
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THE JEWISH FI.OKIMAX
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FLORIDA S ONLY 'EW ISM WtElXY
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Phones 21141; 2-1185
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FRIDAY. APRIL 9. 1C37
Vol. 10No. 15
A Species of Degradation
We note that there is much ado about tha le,al procaed-
irgs brought by Dr. Karl LaricMeiner, winner of the Nobel
prize for medicine in 1930 and noted research worker in the
Rockefeller Institute against the National News Assocatioi
publisher and the editor of the "Who's Who in America:
Jewry," to prevent his being included in this publication and
listed as a Jew. Dr. Lar.dsteiner is a Catholic by choice, though
both of his parents were Jewish.
The defendants insist upon including his name in the
publication and base it upon the service they may be doing
the Jewish people because of the noted savant's ancestry, and
further upon the fact that the noted Doctor is not, cannot, and
will not be damaged by being termed a Jew.
How long will it take the publishers of such information,
and other gentlemen to realize that the Jewish faith is one
primarily of choice. Or.e must live a Jpw by choice to be really
one, not by compulsion. Had the editors and publishers of
'Who's Who" tried to real;ze the real Jewish pos:tion. that
tradition handed down bv our great Sages and lived through
out these thousands of years, this litigation would rot now
be ir. the courts. Dr. Landsteiner may be and perhaps is a verv
splendid gentleman. He has the perfect right to decide what
faith he wants to follow, and how he wants to l.ve and be known
Heaven knows the Jewish people do not need illustrious gentle
men to fortify their right to existence ... the additional slorv
and lustre the forced enrollment of distinguished gentlemen
such as this Doctor will shed upon the Jewish people is very,
extremely, questionable. If Dr. Landsteiner does not want
to be known as a Jew if he does not want to associate with
Jews in his life ... if he does not want his work for humanity
to be added to the long, extremely long record of accomphsh-
-e-ts of the J-wish p^onle ... in the name of common decencv
let him go There are thousands of splendid accomplishment?
that men of the Jewish faith ... men voluntarily Jewish
Jews who have been such as a matter of conviction and pride
t>at ar already enrolled in the long record of Jewish con-
tributions to every form of civilization that we do not need
additional accomplishments
We call upon every right thinking Jew and Jewess to
definitely express themselves in matters of this kind If a man
wants not to be known as Jewish ... if he wants to live the
life of another faith irrespective of what he was of who
his parents were ... let him live his own life in just the wav
he warts to For only in such a manner will the true Jewish
spirit of tolerance and the rieht of man to live as he chooses
be recognized and fully APPRECIATED
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Plain Talk
HOTELS
By AL SEGAL
To my ':iis come lamentation*
against (he recent press announce-
ment about Bermuda hotels which
do not want .lows; and, indeed, a
letter.
Dear Mr. Segal: You should
surely say something on the sub
|ecl of the Bermuda hotels ii un-
derstand there are about hall
dozen ol themi that have set ur
bars against Jews. I understand
these are the very beat hoteli ii
Bermuda. There should by all
means be a protest made ... A
D. R New York.
x i i must refuse to protest
I know that this rule ol the Ber-
muda hotels ran not be intended
i, my kind of lews. No. it.....ed:
i,s the other kind.
As I said to my wife (after a
recent experience): "Now it nil
Jews were like US "
"Yes," she answered, "that's the
trouble. That's why they have
pogroms on account of the
other kind."
She sighed pleasantly as she
contemplated a world inhabited by
jews lik.' us; a world, indeed, In
Which every Jew would know the
right fork to use at the right tlmi
We never made B mistake Of forks
S! e has often remarked m the
elegant ay I ai dinner
i ii k< i. foi -. i r.ta ed tl -
btil 111 til mil fr ml
In oth< worilc
l (.. ins. Ive- are '|,tal)le I 0
pie n the wi ild. Long i
rcalfced that th<
lew s is in h ug to different. W
were di i In (! i n lik tin
people and wlp out ill the III
entlations tbal make Jew? a >
coni- -Idiot -
For exampli I cam eled my mib
Bcriptl n to b < i:
I anie to our home unwrapped and
its title, "Tl e JK k"ISH S
stood "\i" sed th ej i i
ii,. ii ii. i i ai i.i H i-nuld -
n a glani ho wen
" V, g," s->i'i my wife, he'll 1 n
n p' Jewish
Then ton I i rden I i Th -
Jewish S loiar mn/t r.o I np i I
del v- red to ou ousi T i i*
eliminated i m mi re i Idi ni p thai
might BUggest wi we i different
from out bois.
In other dlreetii na as wi !l l
took steps. I i> It that the J< Is
religion was a fact r contribul 11
to the differentiation ol Ji wp
When on a holiday 1 vent thro ig'
the wholesale dlstrli t and saw thi
ilgn, "Cli sed on Aci ount of Hoi
lay" < n do r after door, I felt i ai
tlcularly Irritated by the J< wish
tendency to b dlffen nt,
This," 1 said. "Is the answei
to the whole dng. on a busy
day the .lew Bets himsell apai
from the current ol things, i losed
ins place ami celebrates a hoi day
Thus he only calls attention to him
self. If we just weren't bo Jewish
we wouldn't be notli ed."
Mindful i all this, l have Bevered
all connections with Jewish affairs
At Christmas time I have a lighted
nee In my window. This tells mj
neighbors I am just the Bame a
they.
I should say that we have been
rather successful In our purpose
not to be different. My wife likes
to tell me that l am a great deal
like Mr. Zilch. Everybody In town
knows Mi. Zlli h. li' .- the presi-
dent of our Klwanls club, which
,i es so much to Bee that the
! lawns In our city are kept in BUCh
] order that they are one like the
other.
If you look up any Btreet you
can see that our lawns are I.!,
lengths of green i loth cut from one
pattern; thi- is the woik ol Mr
Zilch and the Kiwan (
wifi ie'i- nu 'hat I
m ai th 1 II Mi Zl li, s
Iha* I am nu c-'i Ii'< -
r. i". v bearing. I cm tldi >
i';ia i nl mpl ent, for -ii
one who In a
pr f ent ted the
n i i ou i Itj .
s to Zilch Is t ii lm al
;'; n u rail c'tiz i
" Y'l -i I:.':. I m -so mu
''.!.' B id ': "..'-.
! nho i. I ivi made my i
un lnteid i I. i
ni|P IVe Mr. Zilch.
like Mi. (Jump, liki Mr tilutz, al
n w rhe i logeth i '.....
.....ysteni o( un ; in
;. i wi ; ve In iur 'i :'..

11] a in mind vlfi arid
i ii 111 i ii y ;e rial t' int'
'- i tile] not i n us
'Ol i nrse, she -aid. 'w e know
v.bn tl ill means, li in un
I he kind i Jews I
i Id
So re made i idy wit light si
'> 'i is tor < ui winter ci ulse to
Bermuda. \! a aj.- b >fi r w e h id
topped at the Kxtravaginzo M.mor
nd thei we wi re g ing ag lin
ii I to the Ext .i i agam i e dl
i ected t he can iage t no mi lora
ire allowed in Bermuda) when we
disi mbarked,
"Yes," said my v. i:'e, "they i an't
turn :s aw.. v.' i are lust aver-
age pei pie 'ike everybody "
Though the matter ii .1 not turn
nit at well as we expected, I have
no ill will against the cle k, for
I understand everything. My wife
thought there was Bomethlng won
derfull) arisi cratic in the way
the clerk looked at us,
"Ah ." be Bald In the charm-
ing English way. He mentioned
the new rubs.
"I quite understand, sii," I an
swered; for l knew he couldn't
mean us It was on account of
other .lews that the rule bad been
made, and on account of them we
were set out on I le Extravaganza's
lawn. This was a great com-
I it to us; to know that it was
not on account of ourselves we
wire Buffering this; for we had
done everything we could do to be
un-Jewish.
"Now i; all .lews were like lie."
i -a ii to my wife as we stood t n
the lawn amid our baggage.
"Yes," she answered, "that the
trouble. That's why they have
i orKti Hie. Hie i,.'i mall sectil o
groms on aci ount ol lln
:' i kind.'
She lookl d lie ovei and W .is
reminded again ho nun h like Mr.
Zih h I am. Our experli nee c n
.1 in that we w ill not :> -
i adl> on as i ther Jew li e ei ei
ogroms here.
We may be killed bill we shall
tie i-oiiKolatlon ol ;.now ng
that w are not dying on aci ou: i
. my fault of i ur own. We IipiI
our best. We shall be dy
:11lt i niy i.n account ol the fault -
ei othei .bws who are bo diffei
ent. This uill make n linn less
Tl e hotel's policeman came up
and reminded us that our baggagi
v. i ii much of a clutter on thi
law a; so we wenl .....
My wife has lust said to me:
"I his piei will surely get us int.
trouble Ith > ybody. You
know p ; le nevei und irstand you
win ii you get Ban astlc. You ought
to tell them this Is sarcastic."
i : you're li^ht. my dear
I'd better tell them ils is i
i-astii
IC pyright 1937 by Seven Arts
lea..... Syndli ate >
Aliens Will Be Rarity In U. S.
Within Decade. Com.nissioner
Predicts
Ni Yoi k i W'N'S i 'i he ie. ru-
il.sieine of an anti-alien hysteria
ivhich has reached such vehemenci
is to threaten Increased discrimi-
nation against the foreign-born Is
entirely unjustified because I B
alien population is rapidly declin-
ing through curtailed Immigration,
naturalizatii n and assimilation, it
was emphasised by speakers at the
annual dinner of the Nat onal
Council on aXtiiiali/.ation and fit
Izenshlp. Edward .1 Shaughnessy,
acting r s. commissioner of Immi-
gration ami naturalization, cited
figures to prove that the alii n
population is decreasing at a tre-
mendous rate. In 1HL' i. he said
there were 7,430,809 unnaturallzed
aliens in the U. S.. but by 1930
this figure had dropped by 1,146,
ISC, and in the last seven years
there has been a further decline
I of 2,000,000. Expressing the con
vlctlon that by the end of tin-
next decade an alien may be a
Shaughnessy pointed out I bat from
1917 to 1986, 716.972 aliens left
the country, were naturalized, died
or acquired citizenship through
someone else's naturalization.



Page !' if
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April 9. p.;-
Society
the
.'! Javo 1 Beckei. on
inosi promineni Jewish < mmunal
workers In Miami n >ach, vice pres
deni and one of the toundera of
Beth Jacob Congregation, ia ;> pa-
tient at the Alton Road Hospital,
Miami Beach, as a result of In
juries Busta ned when ie waa
-" k by an aul lasl Tuesda)
afternoon. He la Improving ra Idlj
and is now receiving visitors.
>
The \\v-t Plagler Kennel Club
will dose its must b iccessful meet-
ing in it- history Saturd ij nl
i'li the unning of the 11,.....
Derby.
Go ng i it thia (lassie will be
(ilider, Madelines Boy, My Favor-
ite, N'igge Haft, Tempest
ster'a 1 'ap, Kit's Image and C ilel
Justice, survivors after grui llhiii
Inations.
In add tlon to the >1,00 purse
11 beautiful trophy will be pn
to the owner ol the winne of thi
Derby. Mgger Haft, owned by
Jo n Pesek, won the event I isi
and will be Beeklng hit Bei
ml consecutive victory.
Ulider and Tempest, winners In
ili' -in -final rounds, will have
large fallowings, bul the Derby
ili be run over the long route
of three-eighths or a mile and it
is nut known whether or not they
can travel this long distance at
to upeed.
From eve j standp Int the meet-
ing m West Flagler was the
gr< .it. st ever staged. The meet-
ing opened December l's and the
rtogB ran every nighl regardli -- ol
weather. A new attendance mark
was establ Bhed when Rudy V'al
lee attracted more than 8.100 per-
sona to tin- .val. Arline Judge and
other celebrities also attracted
ero da
ers, .1.1. ol S Ml William
Huntlc genial owners ol the
Si clli'
ho in;:
ill "This
Jews .it
1- tin Land."! Wall" in Jerusalem. Tin plcturi
t "Wailing contains man) similar set
tor> Everywiien you go you Bee thai Mis. Simpson's real name Is
sin kers -:::.- Old Gold Puzzles allegedly Shushan and that she is
and smoking Double-Mellon Old a direct descendant of King
Gold Cigarettes. Everyone i- mix-1 Solomon Uoebbels was said to
ioua to ? thi MOO,...... 1.:-i: prize, have warned Hitlei that Buch Idl-
The makers ol Old Gold Cigarettes otic articles damage Ge nany'a
did IV rorgel to include t eir prestige in England
Jewish friends in this contest a- is
states declared war on Germany
I not tor democracy and liberty, bb
President Wilson contended in
1917, inii "foi theproflta Of inler-
n.itional Jewish bankers and finan-
ciers," 1 was harged by the Mer-
lin N'achtauagabe in an editorial
on tin- -"Hi anniversary of the
declaration of war by the United
stale.- on Germany. Bitterly as-
sailing Wilson, the Nazi paper Bald
,. |,--.--- doi umentary proof
today that the war ugalnsl Ger-
many a- dei ideii upon in ID14 by
Wilson and his advisers as well as
by the real iiilcs iii Was ilngton
Jew i-h h gli finance and bus.....-
Inii rests, 1 hiefl) the Jew Ish bi nk
ers. It was they who sent the
American soldier to the from t<
guarantei ei>aj mem ol del t -."
Lord Melchett Coming to United
States May 12th
New York iUXSi Rt. lion.
Lord Melchett, chairman ol t ie
Council of the Jewish Agency and
one ol England's foremost Indus--------------------------------------------------------
trlallsts, Is 1.....Ing to the United gibllltles of Increasing colonization
on May 12th t confet with jn Pa|0gtine through the United
e\ idi ai ed by their epeated an-
nouncements n ur : ubllcation
This contest began last month.
but there is still plenty of time
l entei and plenty of time to
.-.live these fascinating puzzles In
dance with the rules. Don't
delay Gel rich for life. All our
eaders -h uiii take advantage ol
this unusual opportunity. It is
knocking at your d
All you have to do i- u tO >'0U1
ni arest tig ler and ask
him for ;i .-.-! of official (lid G hi
Puzzle I'h lures togethe with 1 1 I
ml' and regulations aboul t e
contest. Follow the Instruct! ma
' an : illy and you will hi entered
in t i- 1 at. -1 ;it ..:. I: your
dealer cannot supply y 1 with
izzli -. -. nd out r
1
U. S. Agricultural Bureau Lands
JevMSh Farmers In Palestine
10 t!ii- new spa I er ami i: \ ..
tantly to imp ove L"'v' l! ,!;'": :!'' '"' :''i"n-
pori ;iiiii ,:.., ii I, ,,,, n too. thai after
T| ej 1V( von I y your fit -t pai k ol Douhl
retell ngral
nds 11 p on 1
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Washington. I> (WNS) The
agricultural progress of the .leu-
Ish c lonlsta in Palestine is highly
praised in .1 report made public
In 1 e by tie- Department of Agi I-
culture's bureau of agr cultural
economics. Crediting the Jewish
colonization work with bringing
about a 1 e,olution in t ie old-
med farming system ol Pales
tine in Us- than l" years, the re-
P t points out that in the la-t
few years Paleal a. ban 1 ikeu
I iiiac t the United
1.- world ox orter 01
^ apefruit and lemons The 1
al-o praises the Jew Isii I
1 r irrigation dei ipmeul and
dairy products
Naz Paper Says Jews Forced
U. S. To War Upon Germany
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i- the by-word
II 01 er 'in' coun-
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: ~ tl 01 i/t I '.'-' ill llis
Streicher Article Calling Mrs.
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Friday. April !t. 1937
Strictly
Confidential
Tidbits from Everywhere
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
We Must Tell You
Charles C. Ptnckney, the South
Carolina statesman whose so-called
diary is the basis for the mythical
speech in which Benjamin Frank
Hit was BUPPOSOd I" have warned
America against the .lew-, was -i>
tar from being an anil Semite thai
his most Intimate friend and busi-
ness partner was Francis Salva-
dor, Jewish member ot i > South
t.i Una Colonial Assembly .
Senator Koyal s Copeland of New
Vm i< might be Interested to know
that- Robert Edward Edmonds n.
notorious anti-Semitic pamphleteei
is hailing the recent Carnegie Hall
meeting against the Supreme court
reform plan, at which Copeland
was the principal speaker, as an
against the "Jewish plot" to con-
agalnst the "ejwlsh plot" to eon
trol the court ... if you begin to
see more furthering of understand
in ^ between racial and religions
groups and discouraging of any-
thing tending to discredit democ-
racy credit the Associated Film
An.i ences, a new organisation cre-
ated for just that purpose .
tier Stuermer, which is on tile In
the current periodical room of the
New York Public Library, may be
read only in an OUt-Of-the way cor-
ner It's kepi under lock and
key in a special file.
Things To Watch
Proposed legislation to bar from
the mails all literature tending to
create racial r religious hatred
i- being opposed in certain ciuar
i,-is toi rear thai i would exclude
the Bible, both Testaments of
which contain vehement denuncia-
tions oi Hie Jews T ie Rev
Gerald Wlnrod of Wichita, Kan
i. sponsoring a petition and cha n
letter Bt-heme to Btlr up cpposl
tion to any move lo curb mailing
privilege for sue h literature
! you remember the Black Tom
. -. |os on of 1910, a piece of Her
i, sabotage, you will understand
why something ughl "> be dom
; block the plan of the S isl
, i up a i amp a< commodating 15.-
storm troopers nea Lake
Hop,menu, in Norl i rn N' -1' '""' >
The site of the prop sed camp
i- one-quarter ille trom the '
mid Her. U< powdi i lactories,
-t |n the world A tlei
nan-language talking film, n
i, Germ my under the noses ol
Kaala dee Ite the tact thai II "
riaea Hitler, is to be distributed
In this country iy the Can
Kil,,, Corporation Entitled
"S ap B ibbles," the picture was
produced In the Rex Studios,
owned by a Nazi called Frlesa
The producer Is S. T. Dudow, a
Bulgarian Financed by a
wealthy Englishwoman, the picture
A-as made while Dudow's partner,
,, Naxl, discussed plans tor II with
the Reich Film Cha ber Thai
threatened boycott ol RKO's pic-
ture, soldier and the Lady," has
been called off because the vari-
ous ami Nazi h ycott outfits were
wrong In suspecting the Him to be
.;,. man-made or that RKO con
trlbuted to breaking the boycott
Tid-Bits
Thai "lost" Rembrandt painting,
-June." which has ......n br ught
her,, fro,,, Germans tor exhibition
at a New York gallery, r.....Inds us
tha, we .ave you the lowdown on
it two months ago cai
you've forgotten this painting was
atored away in the art gallery a
ii nn. Germany "n8n
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Pane F.ve
Kottschau, whom Goebbels ap-
pointed in place of Max Fried-
lander as art exert, decided to
clem out the gallery's rubbish, he
dlsp ised i f the "Juno" painting for
$'">!i to a c uple of Hutch art deal-1
era 'i he dealers recognized the
maste ilece and sold it for 1260,-
BOO Those German harmonicas
acquired by the Standard oil Com-
pany some time iieu in a barter
deal have made their appearance
as prizes awarded by the Sheffield
Milk Company in kiddie contests
. Billy Rose's offer to operate
an anti-Nazi chamber I f horrors at
the worlds Fair has been turned
down by the fair's bigwigs but the
New The lire and Film Magazine
is considering the exhibit as a pri-
vate undertaking M Halseld,
New York correspond, tit for the
Nazi news agency, makes his head
quarters in the building housing
the Hearst news agency Sen-
ator Allen .1. Ellender of Louisiana
is fathering a bill In Congress
which would prohibit American
bankers from acting as agents f r
loans of governments in default on
war debts Which would put a
crimp Into Nazi financial Juggling
. Uncle Sam's Post Office offi-
cials have made a deal wit I the
Nazis by which the dirigible Ilin
denburg Will carry transatlantic
mail beginning in May.
Germs From Germany
George hann Soldner discov-
ered the theory of relativity In 1810
and Einstein merely copied it from
a book he found in a Berlin li-
brary, is the "discovery" of an
anonymous professor from the
United States wh se letter is pub-
lished by Der Stuermei The
Hearst publications and a syndi-
cate of a British newspaper are
battling eac i other for the ex-
clUS ve American and British
rights to the second volume of Hit-
ler's autobiography But neither
group will get it because- the Nazis
an- holding out in the hope ol gel
ting a better price n is whis-
per, ,i that i ie Hearst Interests
gent an emissary to Berlin to gel
permissic n to print Borne extracts
,m advance of publication Don't
be sum sed If the you-love-me-
and i love you pose between Hitler
ami .Mussolini cones lo a sudden
end any day now The ability
, arrange ai rlages which can
produce ll ibles and prevent those
whic h cannol will be an Important
leral on In the granting of
8 to irrlagi rokers In
Gei man) fr m now on General
Hermann Wllhelm Goering Is Badly
nlaapi bis failure to !><
named I e fflclal German di
to King Gi orge's i oronatlon .
He didn't gel the appointment be-
cause Kngland would not guarantee
that his presence In London would
not result In aim Nazi demonstra-
tions The latesl Nazi
ganda stunts In England encourage
German servants to spend their
holidays in London and provide
for Hitler Yotilli groups to BXChagl
camps with young Britons this
summer
Home News
Publicity man Louis l'opkiu has
Bubmltl...... Ulan to British tfl
, lale toi a King George VI scholar-
.i,, fund, the money tor which
would be raised by a Berles of balls
to be held simultaneously in the
rtiited States, Canade and the
British posesslons in North and
South America on May 12th, the
day i the King's oronatlon
Wonder why the New York Post,
militant foe ot anti-Semitism,
Fascism and Nazism and champion
ot minority rights, |permits the
columns of Its new classified ad-
vertising section tO be- filled W til
real estate ads containing "Chris-
tian only" clauses The racket
ridden kosher poultry Industry
will be i ie next subject of investi-
gation by New York's special
rackets prosecutor, Thomas Dewey
. Oar boss cast his vole- for Dr.
Mordecal M. Kaplan for the 1936
Zeta Beta Tau medal We hope-
others do the- same be- allse his ef-
i Ms for Jewish communal organi-
zations merit recognition Rabl i
Jacob Minkin. whose- biography e>l
Herod has none into Swedish and
French editions, is reading a b og
raphy Of Don Isaac Ahuih.inel .
Bch larly Dr. Mordecal Soltes, edu-
cational director of the Jewish
Speaking ol City College reminds
ot thai some- ot the editors of Its
Btudent paper refused publicity to
a meeting ot a Jewish dub at which
a prominent Jewish personality
was to speak because they said
the students weren't Interested
. li bby Morris ot New York,
who's a non Aryan despite his
moniker, is the wee Id's only male
strip-lease artist
Where A 16 Hour Working Day Fails to Enable
A Family of Jews to Eke Out A Livelihood
Special Notice
To Participants In the
Old Gold
$200,000.00
PRIZE CONTEST
T ie No. L' Itulletin in the Old
Gold Contest has now been mailed
to all who are entered in the con-
test. This bulletin contains puz-
zle pictures for the 5th, 8th, 7th.
Sth. 9th and 10th weeks of the
contest.
Unless your entry in the contest
was made within the last few clays.
you sh lUld have received your copy
of Bulletin No. 2. If 11 has not
reached you, send a postcard ai
once to Old Gold Contest. P. O.
Box No. 9, Varle k Street Station.
New York. N Y.. and a see einel
ci py will be- mailed you imme-
diately.
am further puzzles to complete
the contest will be mailed to con-
testants, as promptly as Issued
The- third mailing ot Puzzle B il
letins is elm- to n ach conti I
Monday, April 12th.
There is still time to enter this
most exc ting contest In history
and go after thai $100.<.....do r si
prize! ll y U lave not > I
tered, nd us i p istcard al once
Promptly we v. ill mall you. post
I, ,id, all puzzle pictures issued to
date, up to and Includin; the lot >
. h eries, togethc with
ile i, entry blank
uwer i"' ins, and ever) th
to h Ing you right up to h
the i ontest.
Your name and addr ;ll be
immediate!) put n our m
and you will receive all fnrth
puzzles to the end of the 15 week
COlltesI as --ll.-el. Adelle-s- Old
Cold Contest, P. <> Box No
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N Y
Ask League Commissioner to Probe
Discrimination Against Refugees
In Portugal
Paris tWNSi Having obtained
additional evidence confirming its
Infants' and
Children's
Furniture
Beds Springs
Mattresses
Pillows
American*Bedding
IRI'QBATIO
I MIAMI FLORIDA
452 W. FU0LER ST.
Their capitil goods consisting ol
a sewing machine and a washtub. a
family o( Jews in Poland is shown in
their daily attempt to earn a living.
Unable to sell their wares or look for
employment, these Jews cannot even
eke out a miserable existence. Un-
less the child depicted here can be
sent to a J.D.C. maintained sanita-
rium she (aces death from tuberculosis
and malnutrition.
"Give us bread and water'*' a dele-
gation of Jews from a Polish village
recently begged of the American Jew-
ish Joint Distribution Committee's
representative in Warsaw
As the major organization in Amer-
ica devoted to rehabilitative work
among the Jews of Eastern Europe,
the American Jewish Joint Distri-
bution Committee has made available
to Polish ar.d East European Jews
more than 400 million dollars in loans
through cooperative loan societies,
and more than 16 million dollars in
loans through free loan kassas. The
J.D.C. maintains more than 155 medi-
cal and sanitary institutions in Poland
alone. Through the J.D.C. 75.000
adults in Eastern Europe are being
fed daily; tens of thousands of children
have been provided with education in
special schools, both religious and
secular, and thousands of young
people and adults given vocational,
technical and agricultural training.
So far the J DC. has expended ap-
proximately S27.OO0.0O0 In further-
ance of this work among East Euro-
pean Jews. Of the S3.500."Xh> to be
raised by the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee this year. SI.150.000 is to r- al-
located for rehabilitative work am >ng
Jews of Poland and Eastern Euf1 pe
previous ccmplaint t ml the severe
measures taken against German-
Jew -i refuge is In Lisbon by the
Portuguese government were moti-
vated by anti-Jewish sentiments,
HK'KM headquarters hen- have re
newed their request to il e high
commissioner for German refugees
to make a first-hand investigation
"i the s iaaiion in response to
the first c mplaint of HI.'KM. the
high commissioner had rei lied
that the measures against the
refugees were not due to anti-
Semitism but to the alleged dls-
cm cry ol an Illegal trafi n false
passports which forced.....>
ernmenl to make a close Investi-
gation ot the- status Of all t r-
elgn ire
V e nua i UN'S i An im oilant
discovery that may revolutionise
the treatment of psychic distut -
ances has been made by Dr. Edith
Klemperer, Vienna Jewish physi-
cian. Through an analysis ol hu-
man hi od. Dr. Klemperer is as I
to have proved thai psychli
liens are clue- lo e hemlcal cha..- i
in the blood, the emotional I
Hide being uol ling nore than the
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Pace Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April it. 1987
Jacksonville Notes;
\n imp i.mi meeting i Junior
Hndassa i was held in i!i>' Jai k-
Bonville Jew ish i "i nti i. Thl d and
i Blreets laxl Wednesday
Highl
A delegate to I Junior, s nlor
c nti r< in e In Me aphis, Ti nn
i h i ,iik| final lans were madi
i the ;iiiiiii il May d mi e. li fh
i to I e h Id in the Winds* i Hoti i
.: May 19th
, i tin ii' noi (veri
. fed.
\ g am was presented I >
i iani C'arti r, i ol

ilrs lohi I :, ii
mini in:. ihe bii 'li >: ,i bi ii John
i m : i.. Ill, i ii Saturday. Mai
Si v ii,. hi- Hospital, v
tv a s I in e r 1 j M. \
in
lid Mis .' rartz
... nt-nt of t.ietr
ii i Edith Si S bel on
i mlM re Soln
, .. taki plai In 'In
i .- niniv i
ii n t" ii' (1 I
extended l>l oughout thi
i
Tin i -ul ii moni l> n- i '
the I .aught. (il I-:." 1 hi Id
Wednesday afternoon in thi and I
dltorlum i thi Ji i ish Ci nti i
Ah- i. | il.i. kel |i sided,
At tin board mi eting held In the
.1, i i -.in. r an Imi ortant bus!-
i, -- outline was formed and wat
Intn Min il al ill" regular sessli n.
it v. .- dei Ided lhat a dessert
bridge ili I hi Id on April ->-'
tin all paid-up member*. Mia
A Si Ibei and Mrs. M Mirkis an
h ugi
!-, ii, wing the b -n..-- bi bsIi n
Ri bbi M D, M irgol --'!
thi ... thi ring His topic was Re-
Mpl n In iln J" wish Home.
\ i .in followed tin '
M, .- Fleti er and Mrs C) Mai
gi ; wen hosts to the Ion
Tampa Notes
Mi mil M M ii. Ri ser.l erg
hi ve ;.......unted the i gagemi nt
,i the'i da ighti i. Lin die. to
v ,] |, p in, ,-. i, i Mi and Mrs
a Poller, The wedding "ill taki
pi,.....ii June i" Sevi al part lee
havi hei n planni il for the bride
elect
Mi and M"V -,:1V Markowltz.
accompanied by Mrs C. Markowltz.
havi eft by motor for a trip to
New York foi several weeks.
From Poland, Germany and other In- *s of
oppression during the past four years have
come more than 165.000 Jews to Palestine t :>
work and build and establish a new home.
The United Palestine Appeal is scckini?
$4,500,000 to make these opportunities avail-
able to hundreds of thousands of Other Jews.
Pictured here are typical scenes of life pf
new settlers in Palestineleft to right Ion I
a youngster learns the secret of the pneu-
matic drill | a general view of Kfur Chain),
new rural settlement; (center) mothers an J
children under the bright sky of Palestine!
il'iiir old men regain their youth in !'."'. -
the soil; (left) the smile of a youth wi;-> '::. i
escaped persecution; off to work in an (
grove; the rooftops of the all-Jcu, ..^ ~7
Tel Aviv whose population is 150,' ....
Mrs Ben Halm Itz has lefl ror
New Y i k foi :iiniiit ;i month.
.
living Rosenberg, Sigmund
Rosenberg, Mrs. Clara Si heer and
daughter, Florence, are visiting
theli relatives, Mrs Oscar Stein
berg. Mis. i. Llebmann and Al-
bert Rosenberg.
Y. M. H. A.
Mm h Interest Is being manl-
fested in the Million Dollar Car-
nival and Dance to be given al
the v M. A building on Tries,
day evening, April 13th. This af-
fair is tiling sponsored by the
Progress Club, a newly-organised
social organization. The commll
tee In charge consists ol Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Wolfson, Mrs. Abe 811-
ber, Mr. and .Mrs Nathan Lutz,
lir Fred Lebos, l>r. J. Leon
Schwartz, Julius Silverman. M. l>
Weisman, Abe Verkauf, Mis. Mor-
ris Bennett, Mux Brady, Bam
Weber, Mr. and Mrs .' Abromo-
vitz and Herman rohen.
Daytona Beach
Notes
i >aj lona Bi ai h now ins :i> own
Jewish cemetery which was for-
mally dedicated last Sunday. I1
Is mi White street near Volusia.
Immediately following services in
which Rabbi A. s. Klelnfeld Harry
Pepper and Samuel Stein took part,
funeral rat held for Aaron Litke,
who died las) week.
'Civilization and Religion"
i' pic for Rabbi Kleinfeld's se moi
Friday night. April 9.
Mr. and Mis. sum Hamin and
James si.-nal of Providence are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Pepper.
l.'iiiiiniiil Lei enson. who had i" i n
II in ;i Jacksonville hospital, has
hi ii brought home to I laytona
Beai li to iii ui erate.
\i Sontag and A, Slater of Ml
ami visited hi re iliis week.
An-- .i. .inni-ii. Rutberg cele-
brated her third birthday anni-
versary with :i party Sunday after-
noon in the home "i her parents,
Mr. ami Mrs. Joseph Rutberg
Pri i hi i ere Donald it-- id, Junior
Goldman, Jean Schlossberg, Tom-
my and Nancy, Royster. Rosalh
and Marvin Sherman, Mrs. Sim n
Reed. Mrs. m. Zbar, Mr. and Mrs
N. Bchlossberg. Mrs Louis Gold
man, Mrs b, Sherman, Miss
Marian Rutberg, Mis- Sylvia Soldei
and Ephraim s.iiki.tr ol Ocala
Mist Clnda I.'' i- spending this
week-end In Tampa attending ;i
Btate convention ol business girls
clubs ul iIh- V. W. C. A.
A Double Reward
In the Old Gold
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The makers of Old Gold Ciga-
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heir lewlsh friends in this Prize
Contest. Theii repeated announce-
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dence of their di sire that our read
is win | rises also.
it you have noi \11 enl ired the
Old Gold Contest and i> icome ac-
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ti ii late. Go 'n your nearest ciga-
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of official old Gold Puzzle Pictures
logi i!n-r with lull rules and details
iiiii.ni the contest. Follow the In-
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in- entered in i he ontesi at once.
If your dealer cannot supply > u
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will be given Immediate mention.
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Ban On Student Political Groups
Seen Ending Anti-Jewish
Riots In Poland
Warsaw (WNS) Unpreceden-
n-iiiv severe measures in curb anti-
Jewish student disturbances in the
universities wen- invoked by the
Polish government when the min-
istry of education decreed the Im-
mediate dissolution of all student
organizations Hun have a political
character and ordered tin- disband-
ment of tie student mutual aid
societies. Hitting directly at the
National De.....crats and National
Radicals, the two leading ami
Jewish groups which controlled the
student societies, the decree
strengthened the hands of the uni-
versity authorities In dealing with
anti-Semitic outbreaks by empow
ring them to call In the pi lice In
case ol trouble. The mutual aid
societies, lung a hotbed anti lew.
ish propaganda, are turned over to
faculty control by the new decree.
Effective im the time being only
in the Universities of Vilna and
Warsaw ami the Warsaw Poly-
technic and State Agricultural (' I-
leges, the decree will be applied
later, ii necessary, to the Univer-
sities m Cracow, Poznan and Lem-
berg. Promulgation Ol Hie decree
loin, Ided with iin- reopening of all
universities which had been closed
for more than a month because ol
anti-Jewish riots. The decree
brands the anti-Jewish outbreaks
as contrary to university regula-
tions ami forbids any political
meetings en university grounds.
At the same time 17> students were
expelled from the Warsaw Univer-
sity for one year and another was
permanently expelled f-ir partici-
pating in anti-Jewish disturbances.
y__________
A meeting oi Hi" Florida Federa-
tion of ll'nai li'rith lodges is be-
ing planned for the next few weeks
to take action tor Hie Introduction
into the Legislature of Important
legislation designed to put an end
in dissemination of race hatred
literature in ibis State. Judge Hy
Roth of Orlando is president ol
the State organization and will is-
sue the call for the meeting
shortly.


Friday. April !>, 1037
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Pace Sevei
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN
G'J'JG Albacore Drive
Miami Beach 5-9875
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31st St.
Miami 2-9548
One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morn-
mi; throughout the year.
CONGREGATIONAL
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\. the Friday evening services,
I 9th, 1937, ni 8:15 p. in., the
People's choir o( Temple
a group of girls and boys
l in Religious School, will make
formal appearance, ami will
c( the entire musical Bervlce
p evening. The choir is un-
I e direction of Rabbi Zwlt-
.ml consists of the following
r-: Florence Coret, organ-
Jane Bronner, Fred Bulbln,
:i Diener, Peggy Goldsmith,
Grossman, Frances Rose
Melvln Katz. -Mania Kohl.
I Harriett Levin, Leonora Levy,
l.s irley Levy, Dorothy Morris, Bar-
Bra N'eufeld, Lola Rlesner, Berl
lllippa. Hetty Roth, Milliccnt Roth,
Weinberg and Marcla Zucker-
I in .hi.
The musical selections include:
come, oh Sabbath Day." A. \V.
Kinder; "Borchu and Sh'ma," Solo
I Sulzer; "Mee Chomocho," L.
Il.i wondoxvski; "May the Words,"
IA W Hinder; "Vaanai him." Solo-
liii'ni Snizer; "Klddush," Bpeclal ar-
mint by P. Yassinowski;
Sholom Aleclieni." I. Gold fa rb.
T ie sermon will be given by Dr.
' iplan, on the subject. "Every-
Can See God." Service-, will
conducted l.y Rabbi Zwltman.
I.\ special reception lor the choir
ullow the services, 10 which
ii the congrcgunts are cordially
invited, The parent > and friends
ure requested to attend and to cii-
e this worthy project.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Ai the Religious School assem
ia.-i Sunday morning, the Ben
ere conducted by Fred Bui-
and the birthdays of Natalie
June Levy and Fred Bui-
i were celebrated.
assembly next Sunday morn-
April 11th, at 11:30, will tea-
an original playlet, to be pre-
nted by Mrs. Leona Levin's class,
titled "A Bird's-eye View of
- in Many Lands." The entire
iv ill participate In the play-
SISTERHOOD
The election of officers for the
homing year featured the meeting
I in Sisterhood held on Monday.
I'1, lie following officers were elect-
Mrs, Jacob II. Kaplan, presl
i nt: Mrs. Samuel .!. Haskei and
M. L. MARCUS CO.
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Mrs. Prank Coret, vice-presidents;
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ris Plant, financial secretary; Mrs.
Harry Nevlns, treasurer; Mrs. Law-
rence Sanero. auditor. Board of
directors Mrs. Herbert r Pel-
belman, Mis. Samuel Katz, Mrs.
Herbert Sim n, Mrs. Jack Hern
stein. Mrs. J. A. Kichtor, Mrs.
Julius Simpson, Mrs. Martin Raff.
Mrs. Anna Kinder. Mrs. David
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Y. M. H. A.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
At a meeting Of the board of
directors of the Y. M. H. A. last
Wednesday. Harry Hose and
Ben Serkin were appointed co-
chairmen of a committee which
includes Jules Wilson. Arthur
Blatt, Lewis Sal'an. Harry Kay
and Louis Safer, to make ar-
rangements for a Bazaar and
Frolic the latter part of April.
Tins affair Will be the first
In Id in the newly renovated "Y"
building and promises to outdo
in attendance any previous func-
tion enjoyed at the "Y."
By the time tins issue reaches
you the date Of this affair will
be known, and tickets will most
likely be on sale. Get ye behind
iis, members.
Merrily they roll along and so
it k'"- with the Junior Division
of the "V." Last Monday Its
entire membership, as well as
many of its friends, attended a
Roller Skating Party at Deck's
Skating Rink. The attendants
on duly had quite a time with
a number of the first-timers who
were doing most of their Bkat-
inn en pillows. A grand time
was had by all, for which Chair
man Maurice Tannenbaum and
his cohorts, Mildred Rubin.
Ruthye Bernstein and Gertrude
S iai'1 merit the glory that be.
The Young Women's Hebrew
Association are making plans
for their annual Mother's Day
program.
More than thirty Hoy ScOUtS
ni Tr op Six enjoyed an all day
outing ai Matheson Hammock
camping grounds laal Sunday.
In charge of the troop was the
newly appointed scoutmaster,
Arthur Selevan, assisted by
three new coinniitteemen, Mil-
ton ,\. Friedman, Samuel Seltlln
and Manny Tietler. A drive will
lie inaugurated this week to in-
crease the Hoop by at least
twenty live additional members.
It you have a youngster of twelve
years of age or more, please urge
him to become b member, Regu-
lar weekly Thursday meetings
star) at 7:30 p m, at the "Y"
clubrooms,
A Suggestion was made by one
of the boys thai the "V" gel
a Neon sign and before he bad
the opportunity of Baying more,
a reasonable .-urn was collected
from the following individuals to
assure the "Y" ot a Neon sign
in the very near future, The
general Y-llteS were: Albert K.
y UOJUH 'i.umis \ 'I'M I 'lo||t!,|
Friedman, Joseph Syman, i lurry
Kay, Joseph Greenberg, Frank
Rose, Arthur Blatt, AI Rosenfeld,
Hen Serkin. Manny Tietler, Bar-
nie Selevan, Harry Rluinin, Fete
Siiverinan. Al Reisnian, Herman
and Haul Harnetl, Harry Rose,
Alvln Grossman, Arthur Selevan,
Nat Blumberg, Jack Atkins, Jules
Wilson, Jack Apte, Lew Safan.
Sam Seltlln, Louis Safer and
Boris Schlachman, Nice work,
hoys, if it works.
In sending out slntemonts to
all our members who were in
arrears in their dues, our steno,
who is Boris Schlachman's niece,
overlooked a small matter; she
forgo) tn state, Please remit at
your earliest convenience. Yes,
we accept checks also. I^et's
see who will be the first to meet
his obligations.
its engagement starting Sunday
. at the Seventh Avonuf
With hordes of jungle beasts,
with enough thrills for a dozen
pictures, and with a brand-new ro-
mantic idea, the new Edgar Rice
Burroughs adventure yarn takes
Tarzan and his beloved .lane ml
the laud of the glanl bats where
perils never before filmed are en-
"Ich Baynk"
lib baynk noch amollge shulen un
minyonim.
Noch die bewuste rabonim un die
grosse lamdonlm,
licit baynk noch die kindorshe
chadorlm un noch die Pay-
Bachdige sadoiim.
Ich baynk n ch'n Slmchas Torah
mim kol hanorlm
I'n ueberhaupl noch die Hebray-
iscbe sforiin.
Ich baynk nocliti amollgen shtrayng
kosheren tlsh
Un die Shabbosdlge gefilte fish,
Ich baynk nab die amolige
meshor'rim
I'n zayer, zayer noch die yeshlva
chavayrlm
Ich baynk noch die Yomim noraim
I'll inn bn c lazon s "llaben Yaki'
lee Efroylm."
Ich baynk nocbn Kslher taynis
i'n nocbn Eayden's mishloach-
menus,
b h baynk shlark noch die melom-
dim tun yeshlva.
i'n beechlal noch dor Idlsher
svii ab.
Ich baynk noch die idishe i liasu-
nos un badchonlm
i'n noch die berlmte chazonim.
Ich baynk n eh n Rosh Hashono
mil die T'keeos
Vns i/.u heren zay is seven a
chayos.
Ich baynk noch'ii altinken zayden
un momen
A dank nor zay far die gramen
Ich baynk nit noch die gruue
deet i -
un nil noch die verlorene asirus,
Nor Ich baynk nochn shalosh
Baud is un zmlros,
The Fihrer," Pittsburgh, Pa.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAM
Friday, April 9,
937
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
FOREIGN HOPE
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
(Continued rrom Page 11
was being imili there
Lei ii be emphasized ai oni
that Glde is still convinced that
Rome form ol Socialism Is the only
ii lera >le hope lor mankind. Ile
i- < qually convinced after a
ill n igl Burvej o( Soviet Russia
thai nelthei Socialism noi any
othei ratii nal hope foi mankind
is being realised there. Not !
cause hi failures or Insufficiencies
or human weaknesses. Those
would characterize any political
and economic exi er ment, N t ;ii
all. lir is disillusioned with fun-
damentals. He is convinced that
the way oi Soviel Russia is not
(hi way hi progress, Is no) i ie
road toward a bi tter or a hap-
i k'i humanity.
Prei isiiy why > 11. cause that
which is Btatii Is dead. And In
Soviel Russia life In the deepest
si ii-, has come ti a stop. AI the
Ins! and mo-l sui i.sslul of lli'
c. lied Ive farms he found the hor-
ror oi "complete depersonalise
lum' A robot, in brief, is not
free. He has not yet reached
freedom Glde, adhering almost
unconsciously to the great ironic
tradition of Voltaire, writes: "The
happiness oi all is bough) at the
nrlce of the de-lndlvlduallslng of
each. The happiness of all is
bought at the price of each, To
be happy c nform." And he Il-
lustrates over and over from an
hundred details thai dreadful and
mechanical conformity, that heavy,
dull braggart orthodoxy bought at
the price oi enforced Ignorant e ol
the non-Sovlel wi rid, bought at
iln -price oi keeping these huge
masses In darkness. "Their hap.
i Iness is made up of hope, confl
dence and Ignorance." There are
discussions. The minds Beem to
work. Actually they are static.
For all discussions are concerning
the question whether tins or that
i r the other is true to the "party
line." "It is never the line Itsoll
that anyone discusses."
Gide was shocked at the huge
wage differential, at the far, tar
too many pom. But this was not
the worst. This was not the crux.
T iu\ was tin.-- "Generally
favors go to those who deserve
them, provided always that they
are conformists and well within
the party-Una. Such alone bone
fit by any advantages." In other
words and as a necessary conse-
quence of this stale of affairs.
The spirit which is today consid-
ered 'counter-revolutionary' is none
other than that very spirit ol the
revolution, of which the fermenl
first caused an explosion in the
rotten Bwamps of the old czarisi
world." And so (page 67) Glde
is forced to the final and dread
fill conclusion: "The least pro
testation, the smallest criticism Is
Bubject to the mere dire punish
ment and is. moreover, stifled at
once, i question whether in any
country today, unless it be the
Germany of Hitler, the human
mind Is less free, more henl down,
more timid by reason of terror,
more deeply reduced to vas-
salage."
II is immensely tragic. I do not
jeer. I do not rejoice. I do not
say: I have told you so. I am
not amazed at Gide's report if
the Baying of an eminent Soviet
Writer to him: "You see. an artist
with us today has first of all to
stick to the party line. Unless be
does thai, the greatest gills would
he considered mere 'formalism.'"
Any man of the nn st moderate ex-
perience and sagacity could have
inferred all thai Andre Gide re-
ports and thousands of thinking
1 people have Indeed dirawn the
rlghl inferences. My point, my
question, my yescry Is quite an-
other: "What is it, what is it in
this bleak slave state that lakes
hold of the Imagination of so many
young Jewish men and women)
Whai comfort or what beauty or
what hope do they find there | is
it a faint pro-Ruaslaii feeling
drawn from the involuntary sympa-
thies and habits Of 'heir parents f
Many would, no doubt, answer:
At least our people is not he-
deviled lliere as such. True in a
sense. Quite untrue in another.
What does a man gain beyond the
quite Immediate If be is promised
a world some day pie in the sky
by and by at the price Of his
whole soul and Ms people's soul
and his memories and his aspira-
tions and Hie reducing to a hope-
less rohot stale of himself anil
his children I That is the ques
tion 1 raise. That is the question
I ask. Why do we lose any. any
of our youth from work for us anil
i ur cause and the cause of Kietz
Visrael for this mess of foreign
and putrid potage | Are you So-
cialists I Well and good. There
is the Histadruth. i cry out that
question. What is the answer1
(Copyright 1937 by Seven Alls
Feature Syndicate)
Battle For Control of Bntijh
Jewish Leadership Due
April 11th
London (WN8) A behlm
scenes struggle foi control of ,l, \\-
ish leadership In Greal Britain be-
iween tin- forces favoring mi re
democratic methods ami these who
believe in maintaining the old ;. .
dition of Bhtadlonoth will come iu0
the open ai what is expected
he a stoi my meeting of the Boi
of lie;.lilies <| British Jews. 'I .
occasion ni he the presents!
oi a report by a special committee
which has been studying the work-
ings ol the Joint I" neign Comr
lee. which is the el ntrol agi
for overseas activities of i
Hoard of Deputies and the Anglo-
Jewish Association. The report .-
said to recommend democratiza-
tion oi the committee, which w uld
mean its orientation toward Ihe
viewpoint represented by
World Jewish Cl ngress. If. a- i-
expected, the report is adopi
Leonard Montefiore, president ol
the association, and Sir Robert
Waley Cohen, one of Ihe conserve
tive leaders of the deputies, may
resign.
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Pace Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, April it. 1987 Jacksonville Notes; \n imp i.mi meeting i Junior Hndassa i was held in I!I>' Jai kBonville Jew ish i "i nti i. Thl d and i Blreets laxl Wednesday Highl A delegate to I • Junior, s nlor c nti r< in e In Me aphis, Ti nn i %  h i ,IIK| final %  lans were madi i the ;IIIIIII il May d mi e. li fh i to I e h Id in the Winds* i Hoti i .: May 19th i tin ii' noi (veri fed. \ g am was presented I > i iani C'arti r, i ol • ilrs lohi I : ii • • mini in:. %  ihe bii 'li • >: ,i BI ii John i M : i.. Ill, i II Saturday. Mai Si v ii,. HIHospital, v tv a s I in e r 1 j M. \ in lid Mis .' %  rartz • ... nt-nt of t.ietr ii i Edith Si S bel on i mlM %  re Soln .. taki plai • In 'In i .niniv i II n t" ii' (1 I %  extended l>l oughout thi i Tin i• -ul ii moni l> • • • ni the I .aught. •(il I-:." 1 '• hi Id Wednesday afternoon in thi and I dltorlum i thi Ji i ish Ci nti i Ahi. %  | il. i. kel |i %  sided, At tin board mi eting held In the .1, i i -.in. r an Imi ortant bus!i, -outline was formed and wat Intn Min • il al ill" regular sessli n. it v. .dei Ided lhat a dessert bridge ili I • hi Id on April ->-' tin all paid-up member*. Mia A Si Ibei and Mrs. M Mirkis an h ugi %  -, ii, wing the b -n.. %  -BI BSII n Ri bbi M D, M irgol --• %  '! thi ... thi ring His topic was ReMpl n In iln J" wish Home. \ i .in followed tin M, .Fleti er and Mrs C) Mai gi ; wen hosts to the Ion Tampa Notes Mi mil M M ii. Ri ser.l erg hi ve ; unted the • i gagemi nt ,i the'i da ighti i. Lin die. to v ,] |, p in, ,-. i, i Mi and Mrs A Poller, The wedding "ill taki pi, II June i" Sevi al part lee havi hei n planni il for the bride elect Mi and M"V ,:1V Markowltz. accompanied by Mrs C. Markowltz. havi eft by motor for a trip to New York foi several weeks. From Poland, Germany and other In*s of oppression during the past four years have come more than 165.000 Jews to Palestine t :> work and build and establish a new home. The United Palestine Appeal is scckini? $4,500,000 to make these opportunities available to hundreds of thousands of Other Jews. Pictured here are typical scenes of life pf new settlers in Palestine—left to right Ion I a youngster learns the secret of the pneumatic drill | a general view of Kfur Chain), new rural settlement; (center) mothers an J children under the bright sky of Palestine! il'iiir old men regain their youth in !'."'. the soil; (left) the smile of a youth wi;-> '::. i escaped persecution; off to work in an ( grove; the rooftops of the all-Jcu, ..^ ~7 Tel Aviv whose population is 150,' .... Mrs Ben Halm Itz has lefl ror New Y i k foi :iiniiit ;i month. living Rosenberg, Sigmund Rosenberg, Mrs. Clara Si heer and daughter, Florence, are visiting theli relatives, Mrs Oscar Stein berg. Mis. I. Llebmann and Albert Rosenberg. Y. M. H. A. Mm h Interest Is being manlfested in the Million Dollar Carnival and Dance to be given al the v M. A building on Tries, day evening, April 13th. This affair is tiling sponsored by the Progress Club, a newly-organised social organization. The commll tee In charge consists ol Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wolfson, Mrs. Abe 811ber, Mr. and .Mrs Nathan Lutz, lir Fred Lebos, l>r. J. Leon Schwartz, Julius Silverman. M. l> Weisman, Abe Verkauf, Mis. Morris Bennett, Mux Brady, Bam Weber, Mr. and Mrs .' Abromovitz and Herman rohen. Daytona Beach Notes i >aj lona Bi ai h now ins :i> own Jewish cemetery which was formally dedicated last Sunday. I 1 Is mi White street near Volusia. Immediately following services in which Rabbi A. s. Klelnfeld Harry Pepper and Samuel Stein took part, funeral rat held for Aaron Litke, who died las) week. 'Civilization and Religion" i' pic for Rabbi Kleinfeld's se moi Friday night. April 9. Mr. and Mis. sum Hamin and James si.-nal of Providence are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pepper. l.'iiiiiniiil Lei enson. who had i" i n II in ;i Jacksonville hospital, has hi • II brought home to I laytona Beai li to iii ui erate. \i Sontag and A, Slater of Ml ami visited hi re iliis week. An-. i. .inni-ii. %  Rutberg celebrated her third birthday anniversary with :i party Sunday afternoon in the home "i her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Joseph Rutberg Pri i HI i ere Donald it-id, Junior Goldman, Jean Schlossberg, Tommy and Nancy, Royster. Rosalh and Marvin Sherman, Mrs. Sim n Reed. Mrs. M. Zbar, Mr. and Mrs N. Bchlossberg. Mrs Louis Gold man, Mrs B, Sherman, Miss Marian Rutberg, MisSylvia Soldei and Ephraim s. iiki.tr ol Ocala Mist Clnda I.' ispending this week-end In Tampa attending ;i Btate convention ol business girls clubs ul IIHV. W. C. A. A Double Reward In the Old Gold Contest Big money is nm the only thing you icome acquainted with Old Colds, it is not ti II late. Go 'n your nearest cigarette dealei and ask him for a set of official old Gold Puzzle Pictures logi i!n-r with lull rules and details iiiii.ni the contest. Follow the Instructions carefully and you will inentered in i he ontesi at once. If your dealer cannot supply > % %  u with these puzzles, send your request in this newspaper ami ii will be given Immediate %  mention. Success in you. Ban On Student Political Groups Seen Ending Anti-Jewish Riots In Poland Warsaw (WNS) Unprecedenn-iiiv severe measures in curb antiJewish student disturbances in the universities weninvoked by the Polish government when the ministry of education decreed the Immediate dissolution of all student organizations Hun have a political character and ordered tindisbandment of tie student mutual aid societies. Hitting directly at the National De crats and National Radicals, the two leading ami Jewish groups which controlled the student societies, the decree strengthened the hands of the university authorities In dealing with anti-Semitic outbreaks by empow • %  ring them to call In the pi lice In case ol trouble. The mutual aid societies, lung a hotbed anti lew. ish propaganda, are turned over to faculty control by the new decree. Effective im the time being only in the Universities of Vilna and Warsaw ami the Warsaw Polytechnic and State Agricultural (' Ileges, the decree will be applied later, ii necessary, to the Universities m Cracow, Poznan and Lemberg. Promulgation Ol Hie decree loin, Ided with iinreopening of all universities which had been closed for more than a month because ol anti-Jewish riots. The decree brands the anti-Jewish outbreaks as contrary to university regulations ami forbids any political meetings en university grounds. At the same time 17> students were expelled from the Warsaw University for one year and another was permanently expelled f-ir participating in anti-Jewish disturbances. y A meeting oi Hi" Florida Federation of ll'nai li'rith lodges is being planned for the next few weeks to take action tor Hie Introduction into the Legislature of Important legislation designed to put an end in dissemination of race hatred literature in ibis State. Judge Hy Roth of Orlando is president ol the State organization and will issue the call for the meeting shortly.



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Page Eight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAM Friday, April 9, 937 THE WORLD'S WINDOW FOREIGN HOPE By LUDWIG LEWISOHN (Continued rrom Page 11 was being imili there Lei ii be emphasized ai oni • that Glde is still convinced that Rome form ol Socialism Is the only ii lera >le hope lor mankind. Ile i< qually convinced after a ill n igl Burvej o( Soviet Russia thai nelthei Socialism noi any othei ratii nal hope foi mankind is being realised there. Not %  cause HI failures or Insufficiencies or human weaknesses. Those would characterize any political and economic exi er ment, N t ;ii all. lir is disillusioned with fundamentals. He is convinced that the way oi Soviel Russia is not (hi way HI progress, Is no) i ie road toward a bi tter or a hapi K'I humanity. Prei isiiy why > 11. cause that which is Btatii Is dead. And In Soviel Russia life In the deepest si ii-, has come ti a stop. AI the Ins! and mo-l sui i.sslul of lli' c. lied Ive farms he found the horror oi "complete depersonalise lum' A robot, in brief, is not free. He has not yet reached freedom Glde, adhering almost unconsciously to the great ironic tradition of Voltaire, writes: "The happiness oi all is bough) at the nrlce of the de-lndlvlduallslng of each. The happiness of all is bought at the price of each, To be happy c nform." And he Illustrates over and over from an hundred details thai dreadful and mechanical conformity, that heavy, dull braggart orthodoxy bought at the price oi enforced Ignorant e ol the non-Sovlel wi rid, bought at iln -price oi keeping these huge masses In darkness. "Their hap. i Iness is made up of hope, confl dence and Ignorance." There are discussions. The minds Beem to work. Actually they are static. For all discussions are concerning the question whether tins or that i r the other is true to the "party line." "It is never the line Itsoll that anyone discusses." Gide was shocked at the huge wage differential, at the far, tar too many pom. But this was not the worst. This was not the crux. T • %  iu\ was tin.-"Generally favors go to those who deserve them, provided always that they are conformists and well within the party-Una. Such alone bone fit by any advantages." In other words and as a necessary consequence of this stale of affairs. The spirit which is today considered 'counter-revolutionary' is none other than that very spirit ol the revolution, of which the fermenl first caused an explosion in the rotten Bwamps of the old czarisi world." And so (page 67) Glde is forced to the final and dread fill conclusion: "The least pro testation, the smallest criticism Is Bubject to the mere dire punish ment and is. moreover, stifled at once, i question whether in any country today, unless it be the Germany of Hitler, the human mind Is less free, more henl down, more timid by reason of terror, more deeply reduced to vassalage." II is immensely tragic. I do not jeer. I do not rejoice. I do not say: I have told you so. I am not amazed at Gide's report if the Baying of an eminent Soviet Writer to him: "You see. an artist with us today has first of all to stick to the party line. Unless be does thai, the greatest gills would he considered mere 'formalism.'" Any man of the nn st moderate experience and sagacity could have inferred all thai Andre Gide reports and thousands of thinking 1 people have Indeed dirawn the rlghl inferences. My point, my question, my yes—cry Is quite another: "What is it, what is it in this bleak slave state that lakes hold of the Imagination of so many young Jewish men and women ) Whai comfort or what beauty or what hope do they find there | is it a faint pro-Ruaslaii feeling drawn from the involuntary sympathies and habits Of 'heir parents f Many would, no doubt, answer: At least our people is not hedeviled lliere as such. True in a sense. Quite untrue in another. What does a man gain beyond the quite Immediate If be is promised a world some day pie in the sky by and by at the price Of his whole soul and Ms people's soul and his memories and his aspirations and Hie reducing to a hopeless rohot stale of himself anil his children I That is the ques tion 1 raise. That is the question I ask. Why do we lose any. any of our youth from work for us anil i ur cause and the cause of Kietz Visrael for this mess of foreign and putrid potage | Are you Socialists I Well and good. There is the Histadruth. i cry out that question. What is the answer 1 (Copyright 1937 by Seven Alls Feature Syndicate) Battle For Control of Bntijh Jewish Leadership Due April 11th London (WN8) A behlm scenes struggle foi control of ,l, \\ish leadership In Greal Britain beiween tinforces favoring mi re democratic methods ami these who believe in maintaining the old ;. „. dition of Bhtadlonoth will come iu 0 the open ai what is expected he a stoi my meeting of the Boi of lie;.lilies <| British Jews. 'I occasion ni he the presents! oi a report by a special committee which has been studying the workings ol the Joint I" neign Comr lee. which is the el ntrol agi for overseas activities of i • Hoard of Deputies and the AngloJewish Association. The report .said to recommend democratization oi the committee, which w uld mean its orientation toward Ihe viewpoint represented by World Jewish Cl ngress. If. aiexpected, the report is adopi Leonard Montefiore, president ol the association, and Sir Robert Waley Cohen, one of Ihe conserve tive leaders of the deputies, may resign. IT'S SWELL TO FEEL SWELL! FRESH Cigarettes are better for you! Nerves steadier Those "always-fresh" Old Golds arc never harsh or raspy. They keep my nerves needier. Wallace E. Blomgren (salesman), Uurlington, Vt. Food tastes bettr Since changing to DouhleMellow Old Golds, always so fresh and smooth, food tastes better, and I never feel the slightest bit fagged out after a long day ol smoking. Edith Gibson (dancer), Brooklyn, N.Y. ... Throot relieved ... In the morning, particularly my throat used to bother me from too much smoking. Those velvety smooth and fresh Old C.olds have taken that throat scratch away. Hurrah fir thai double-wrapped package! Grace Ashley (designer), St. Louis, Mo. Copyright. 1937. by P. Lorillard Co.. Inc. 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Friday. April !>, 1037 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Pace Sevei BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN G'J'JG Albacore Drive Miami Beach 5-9875 RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St. Miami 2-9548 One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every mornmi; throughout the year. CONGREGATIONAL o \. the Friday evening services, • I 9th, 1937, ni 8:15 p. in., the People's choir o( Temple a group of girls and boys l in Religious School, will make formal appearance, ami will c( the entire musical Bervlce p evening. The choir is unI %  e direction of Rabbi Zwlt.ml consists of the following %  r-: Florence Coret, organJane Bronner, Fred Bulbln, :i Diener, Peggy Goldsmith, Grossman, Frances Rose Melvln Katz. -Mania Kohl. I Harriett Levin, Leonora Levy, l.s irley Levy, Dorothy Morris, BarBra N'eufeld, Lola Rlesner, Berl lllippa. Hetty Roth, Milliccnt Roth, Weinberg and Marcla ZuckerI in .HI. The musical selections include: come, oh Sabbath Day." A. \V. %  Kinder; "Borchu and Sh'ma," Solo I Sulzer; "Mee Chomocho," L. Il.i wondoxvski; "May the Words," IA W Hinder; "Vaanai him." Sololiii'ni Snizer; "Klddush," Bpeclal ar• mint by P. Yassinowski; Sholom Aleclieni." I. Gold fa rb. T ie sermon will be given by Dr. iplan, on the subject. "EveryCan See God." Service-, will conducted l.y Rabbi Zwltman. I.\ special reception lor the choir ullow the services, 10 which ii the congrcgunts are cordially invited, The parent > and friends ure requested to attend and to ciie this worthy project. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Ai the Religious School assem ia.-i Sunday morning, the Ben ere conducted by Fred Buiand the birthdays of Natalie June Levy and Fred Buii were celebrated. assembly next Sunday mornApril 11th, at 11:30, will teaan original playlet, to be prented by Mrs. Leona Levin's class, titled "A Bird's-eye View of in Many Lands." The entire iv ill participate In the playSISTERHOOD The election of officers for the homing year featured the meeting I in Sisterhood held on Monday. I' 1 lie following officers were electMrs, Jacob II. Kaplan, presl i nt: Mrs. Samuel .!. Haskei and M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-1661 White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLAN1IC SHOE SHOP 240 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel Mrs. Prank Coret, vice-presidents; Mrs. Henry I). Williams, recording secretary; Mis. Frank Perlman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Morris Plant, financial secretary; Mrs. Harry Nevlns, treasurer; Mrs. Lawrence Sanero. auditor. Board of directors Mrs. Herbert r Pelbelman, Mis. Samuel Katz, Mrs. Herbert Sim n, Mrs. Jack Hern stein. Mrs. J. A. Kichtor, Mrs. Julius Simpson, Mrs. Martin Raff. Mrs. Anna Kinder. Mrs. David siaiin, Mrs Morris Cowen TTUamL Y. M. H. A. By HARRY SCHWARTZ At a meeting Of the board of directors of the Y. M. H. A. last Wednesday. Harry Hose and Ben Serkin were appointed cochairmen of a committee which includes Jules Wilson. Arthur Blatt, Lewis Sal'an. Harry Kay and Louis Safer, to make arrangements for a Bazaar and Frolic the latter part of April. Tins affair Will be the first In Id in the newly renovated "Y" building and promises to outdo in attendance any previous function enjoyed at the "Y." By the time tins issue reaches you the date Of this affair will be known, and tickets will most likely be on sale. Get ye behind iis, members. Merrily they roll along and so it K'"with the Junior Division of the "V." Last Monday Its entire membership, as well as many of its friends, attended a Roller Skating Party at Deck's Skating Rink. The attendants on duly had quite a time with a number of the first-timers who were doing most of their Bkatinn en pillows. A grand time was had by all, for which Chair man Maurice Tannenbaum and his cohorts, Mildred Rubin. Ruthye Bernstein and Gertrude S iai'1 merit the glory that be. The Young Women's Hebrew Association are making plans for their annual Mother's Day program. More than thirty Hoy ScOUtS ni Tr op Six enjoyed an all day outing ai Matheson Hammock camping grounds laal Sunday. In charge of the troop was the newly appointed scoutmaster, Arthur Selevan, assisted by three new coinniitteemen, Milton ,\. Friedman, Samuel Seltlln and Manny Tietler. A drive will lie inaugurated this week to increase the Hoop by at least twenty live additional members. It you have a youngster of twelve years of age or more, please urge him to become B member, Regular weekly Thursday meetings star) at 7:30 p m, at the "Y" clubrooms, A Suggestion was made by one of the boys thai the "V" gel a Neon sign and before he bad the opportunity of Baying more, a reasonable .-urn was collected from the following individuals to assure the "Y" ot a Neon sign in the very near future, The general Y-llteS were: Albert K. •y UOJUH 'i.umis \ 'I'M I 'lo||t!,| Friedman, Joseph Syman, i lurry Kay, Joseph Greenberg, Frank Rose, Arthur Blatt, AI Rosenfeld, Hen Serkin. Manny Tietler, Barnie Selevan, Harry Rluinin, Fete Siiverinan. Al Reisnian, Herman and Haul Harnetl, Harry Rose, Alvln Grossman, Arthur Selevan, Nat Blumberg, Jack Atkins, Jules Wilson, Jack Apte, Lew Safan. Sam Seltlln, Louis Safer and Boris Schlachman, Nice work, hoys, if it works. In sending out slntemonts to all our members who were in arrears in their dues, our steno, who is Boris Schlachman's niece, overlooked a small matter; she forgo) tn state, Please remit at your earliest convenience. Yes, we accept checks also. I^et's see who will be the first to meet his obligations. its engagement starting Sunday at the Seventh Avonuf With hordes of jungle beasts, with enough thrills for a dozen pictures, and with a brand-new romantic idea, the new Edgar Rice Burroughs adventure yarn takes Tarzan and his beloved .lane ml the laud of the glanl bats where perils never before filmed are en"Ich Baynk" lib baynk noch amollge shulen un minyonim. Noch die bewuste rabonim un die grosse lamdonlm, licit baynk noch die kindorshe chadorlm un noch die PayBachdige sadoiim. Ich baynk n ch'n Slmchas Torah mim kol hanorlm I'n ueberhaupl noch die Hebrayiscbe sforiin. Ich baynk nocliti amollgen shtrayng kosheren tlsh Un die Shabbosdlge gefilte fish, Ich baynk nab die amolige meshor'rim I'n zayer, zayer noch die yeshlva chavayrlm Ich baynk noch die Yomim noraim I'll inn bn c lazon s "llaben Yaki' lee Efroylm." Ich baynk nocbn Kslher taynis i'n nocbn Eayden's mishloachmenus, b h baynk shlark noch die melomdim tun yeshlva. i'n beechlal noch dor Idlsher svii ab. Ich baynk noch die idishe i liasunos un badchonlm i'n noch die berlmte chazonim. Ich baynk n eh n Rosh Hashono mil die T'keeos Vns i/.u heren zay is seven a chayos. Ich baynk noch'ii altinken zayden un momen A dank nor zay far die gramen Ich baynk nit noch die gruue deet i un nil noch die verlorene asirus, Nor Ich baynk nochn shalosh Baud is un zmlros, The Fihrer," Pittsburgh, Pa. DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST 1761 N. W. 36th St. Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2111 At the Movies The best known character of modern fiction, cartoon and screen • the most popular adventure hero in all history the idol of untold millions of kiddies ot every race, color and creed the delight of hosts el men and women TARZAN ... is again t„ unreel his thrilling jungle life in "Tarzan Escapes," and again Johnnly Weissmuiler la Tarzan and again Maureen O'Sullivan is countered. the heroine. The picture begins KOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 LOOK! R'ODER I IMIIMIMIKIII Illltlll tiiinmiii iimiiHiiniiiimiiiilii i t iiiiii.iiiitumi IIIIIMIMMIII GREYHOUND LINES I GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOB CORRECT BUS INFORMATION pU K 1C10 ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM "• • A"** 515 Washington Avenue • i i i i i %  •" %  "• """"""""""""" %  GAS RANGE With All These Advantages Beauty Styled by one of America's foremost home appliance designers, Roper offers the last word In beauty. 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\ Friday, April 9 1937 %  • %  %  %  %  • l I %  %  %  s{ SOCIETY K> %  %  • • %  •. elfa.-e Bun au will .... Mon %  •• begin %  The I present Mrs Ja< h Blmoi ijal s<-AV£NUE W7' h A t ilVST Phoiw7-(S(l SUNDAY and MONUAY April 11th-12th Johnny Weissmuller Maureen O'Sullivan TARZAN ESCAPES PLAZA THEATRE-MIAMI EEACH WED THUE APRIL 14-15 Tiifirst full-length feature ever ~-A^ ra P destine As impressive all-talking %  % %  : '-: the but fifty rean ia the Jewish H-.r;.^;-.-d "THIS IS THE LAND" The tri ng ol TEL AVIV The growth .: colonies. in the desert tei ALL HEBEEW DIALOGUE WITn ESGL BH _E; OS THE SAVE PROGRAM Katharine Hepburn HERBERT MARSHALL in "A Woman Rebels" 7 %  %  %  • %  %  %  • %  —-.-........_ ZZZZ ———.... j ttend. This Is the Bag Seen in Your April Vogue .00 In White. Navy. Black, and Chaudronl A clever new handbag style of genuine calf leather with two outside sockets and slidefastener closing. M UN STORE, STREET FLOOR Burdine's



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fUemsti Filariidliiai m •% COMBINING Tit) JCWiS/l HjKlity 10 Ni 15 MIAMI, hl.OKIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1937 I'm e Five Cents Roosevelt Praises Tolerance For All I i \. w York (WNS) Preservation i r< ligious liberty in the United was pledged liy President veil i" •> messs te addressi d the Calvei' Assoi latlon and the1 i i inmonweal, which celebrated the anniversary o( the founding i Maryland and Maryland's role ill, establishment of religious edi m with ii high muss at St, 11, i Kngland which would undertake Its i, otei tlon aga nst foreign foes as II dues foi Iraq and E tyi I admit ii. Jewish st.ii.tn the League ol Nationand empower it to have Its own diph matte agents In all ci untrles; Incorporate Jerusalem, Haifa, Bethlehem and other cities containing Christian holy places In a special territory to be ruled permanently under a League Mandate and in which Jews and Arabs would continue to enjoy their presj enl rights: permit the Jewish slate to have its own army and police nine: and annex those parts o| Palestine Inhabited chiefly by Arabs l> Transjordania under the rn le of thai country's monarch, Emir Abdullah. Most Zionist leaders familiar with this plan are said to ppnsed (1 j, as are the Arabs. Certain Zionist circles, however, are Inclined to give it consideration to gather with any i ther recommendations that may be made by the Royal commission Christian proZionists are also divided in their read ion. Col. Leopold Amery. n i mer Colonial secretary, favoring It, and COl. Josiali Wedgwood. Opposing It. Those who favor it. however, believe thai the area to be -oi aside for the Jewish state should be large enough to accommodate at least 2.000,000 people Celebration To Philadelphia To Mark Presentation Unite Schools Next Sunday evening, April 111 i, the be tutiful BJ uagogue "i the Miami Jewish orthodox Congregation, II 1545 S. W. Third street, will be the scei f a gala celebration In trndltl nal manner when a sit of "Wilno Shass" or complete Talmud and commentaries will be presented to the congregation by Mr. Abraham Jacobs, formerly of Miami, oldest member of the Congregation and reader for the past five years.. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will preside ami addresea will be made by Mr. Jac bs, who will formally present the Talmud lo the congregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Ci ngregalion, who will extend felicitation! to the participants, ami an officer ol the congregation, who will formally accept on behalf of the synagogue. Cantors Moris Schlachman. Maurice Mamches and Louis (layman will render several traditional liturgical number! during the evening. A specially Iniilt bookcase to store the volumes will he presented to llie congregation during lie evening. Following the formal traditional ceremonies a commltee of the Ladies' Auxiliary will serve refreshments to all the guests. Mr. Jacob!, who was a resident and communal leader of Atlanta, Philadelphia, Apr, .". INCJCI A heard of education to cordinate educational activities ol the con gregations affiliated with tin Philadelphia branch of (he t'nlted Synagogue of America will be protei led here ghoi lly. it was announced yesterday. The h ard will he the first Of its kind in the history Ol the local Jewish coin munlty. Bach congregation will have at leasi two members on the hoard a member ol the Board of Trustees of the congregation and a mem her of the teaching staff. A con gregatlon can have an additional representative for each 100 pupils above the iiist 100, There will be no distinction he tween Hebrew school! and Sunday schools. (ia., prior to his arrival In Miami about six years ago. is the lathei Of Mr. Ilyinan s. Jacoba, president of District Grand Lodge No. 6 of H'nal B'rlth and the fathet in law of Mrs. Rise Jacobs. Internationally famous lladassah worker and national president of lladassah. The public is urged to attend the ceremonies. The World's Window By LUDWIG LEWISOHN This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement will be prosecuted. Forlorn Hope When Mr. Allied Knopf publishes his translation oi M. Andre Qido'a "Return de I'U.S.R.R. (Return from the Soi let I the bo k win doubtless co!( two dollars and no one can tell how many of the young Jewish men and women wh > are temporarily ii al to us to our people ami to our cauae through their psychological involvement with the Soviets "ill buy the book and read it. Many, many Ameri %  nils will read the hook even as. according to my ci py of the French original, over 200, people have already bought and read the little book in Prance. But precisely those who need the book most, those who cause us to he so \ cry anxious concerning their future and their souls' health the young Jewish Communists and semi Communists— may avoid it or miss It. Hence I can think at this moment if no more useful small task than to give a brief account ol the findings of Andre Qlde, First, let us recall thai Andre aide Is by common consent one of the three or four greatest men oi letters In the world. Next lei em hasize the point thul (Side has always been noted i r the -e upulousnesa and candor of liithinking. For years I have bought i ..ill of his hooks and have alwaj a hether the subject was s\ in pa iheiic in me or in t been Intensely Illuminated by the bone-deep pro hity of his Btyle which c rre tponds, of course, to an equal pro bity oi thought. Agreement was nol the point. The point was see ing a first-rate mind In ai tlon a mind stripped, athletic, translucent. Several years ago Qlde an nounced his adhesion to the Com munlst i doctrine and faith and iio: e iii a recent • oiume i Nouvelles Pagede Journal) he ex plained the process of despair of our present civilization Which forced him to see a new hop. | humanity in the Soviet!. He had always been a believer in the practical necessity of realizing the pre cepts of the Gospel. He saw that Christlandom has finally ami definitively failed mankind. He turned his face to the Bast. Com munlst! everywhere were quite Justly elated over the adhesion tc their philosophy and pi Hey of a man so eminent, so scrupulous, so eloquent. He was Invited to Russia to speak at the obsequies ol" Gorki, to address the student! of Mosi w and the Soviet writers at Leningrad and to see for himself the land and the civilization that (Continued on Page M



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Page %  if THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, April 9. p. ; %  Society the .'•! Javo 1 Beckei. on inosi promineni Jewish < %  mmunal workers In Miami n >ach, vice pres %  deni and one of the toundera of Beth Jacob Congregation, ia ;> patient at the Alton Road Hospital, Miami Beach, as a result of In juries Busta ned when ie waa -" %  • k by an aul lasl Tuesda) afternoon. He la Improving ra Idlj and is now receiving visitors. • > The \\v-t Plagler Kennel Club will dose its must B iccessful meeting in ithistory Saturd IJ nl i'li the unning of the 11, Derby. Go ng i i T thia (lassie will be (ilider, Madelines Boy, My Favorite, N'igge Haft, Tempest ster'a 1 'ap, Kit's Image and C ilel Justice, survivors after grui llhiii Inations. In add tlon to the >1,00 purse 11 beautiful trophy will be pn • to the owner ol the winne of thi Derby. Mgger Haft, owned by Jo n Pesek, won the event I isi and will be Beeklng hit Bei ml consecutive victory. Ulider and Tempest, winners In ili' %  in -final rounds, will have large fallowings, bul the Derby ili be run over the long route of three-eighths or a mile and it is nut known whether or not they can travel this long distance at to upeed. From eve j standp Int the meeting m West Flagler was the gr< .it. st ever staged. The meeting opened December L'S and the rtogB ran every nighl regardli -ol weather. A new attendance mark was establ Bhed when Rudy V'al lee attracted more than 8.100 persona to tin.val. Arline Judge and other celebrities also attracted ero da •ers, .1.1. ol S Ml William Huntlc genial owners ol the Si clli' ho in;: ill "This Jews .it 1tin Land."! Wall" in Jerusalem. Tin plcturi t %  "Wailing contains man) similar set tor> Everywiien you go you Bee thai Mis. Simpson's real name Is sin kers -:::.Old Gold Puzzles allegedly Shushan and that she is and smoking Double-Mellon Old a direct descendant of King Gold Cigarettes. Everyone imix-1 Solomon Uoebbels was said to ioua to %¡ thi MOO, 1.:-i: prize, have warned Hitlei that Buch IdlThe makers ol Old Gold Cigarettes otic articles damage Ge nany'a did IV • rorgel to include t eir prestige in England Jewish friends in this contest ais states declared war on Germany I not tor democracy and liberty, BB President Wilson contended in 1917, inii "foi theproflta Of inlern.itional Jewish bankers and financiers," 1 was harged by the Merlin N'achtauagabe in an editorial on tin-"Hi anniversary of the declaration of war by the United stale.on Germany. Bitterly assailing Wilson, the Nazi paper Bald % %  „,. |„,--.--doi umentary proof today that the war ugalnsl Germany adei ideii upon in ID14 by Wilson and his advisers as well as by the real iiilcs iii Was ilngton Jew i-h h gli finance and bus Inii rests, 1 hiefl) the Jew Ish bi nk ers. It was they who sent the American soldier to the from t< guarantei ei>aj mem ol del t -." Lord Melchett Coming to United States May 12th New York IUXSI Rt. lion. Lord Melchett, chairman ol t ie Council of the Jewish Agency and one ol England's foremost Industrlallsts, Is 1 Ing to the United gibllltles of Increasing colonization on May 12th t confet with jn Pa | 0 gtine through the United e\ idi ai ed by their epeated announcements n ur : ubllcation This contest began last month. but there is still plenty of time l entei and plenty of time to .-.live these fascinating puzzles In dance with the rules. Don't delay Gel rich for life. All our eaders -h uiii take advantage ol this unusual opportunity. It is knocking at your d All you have to do iu tO >'0U1 ni arest tig ler and ask him for ;i .-.-! of official (lid G hi Puzzle I'h lures togethe with 1 1 I ml' and regulations aboul t e contest. Follow the Instruct! ma an : illy and you will hi entered in t i1 at. -1 ;it ..:. I: your dealer cannot supply y 1 with izzli -. -. nd • out r 1 U. S. Agricultural Bureau Lands JevMSh Farmers In Palestine 10 t!iinew spa I er ami i: \ .. tantly to imp ove L "' v l! ,!; '" : :! '' '"' : '' i n pori ;iiiii %  :.., %  ii I, ,,,, n„ too. thai after T| ej 1V( von I y your fit -t pai k ol Douhl %  retell ngral nds 11 p on 1 1 %  iianner in led. il M %  I %  ; p i. (in : 1 I Golds and delight! il w i-!i them' you get \'our Mot -.,,,... Washington. I> •' (WNS) The agricultural progress of the .leuIsh c lonlsta in Palestine is highly praised in .1 report made public In 1 e by tieDepartment of Agi Iculture's bureau of agr cultural economics. Crediting the Jewish colonization work with bringing about a 1 e,olution in t ie oldmed farming system ol Pales tine in Usthan l" years, the reP t points out that in the la-t few years Paleal a. ban 1 ikeu I iiiac %  t • the United %  1.world ox orter 01 ^ apefruit and lemons The 1 al-o praises the Jew Isii I • 1 r irrigation dei ipmeul and dairy products Naz Paper Says Jews Forced U. S. To War Upon Germany '!' i Win a Fortune and Smoke a Better Cigarette ithe by-word II 01 er 'in' country since I : ~ tl 01 i/t I '.'•-' ill llis Streicher Article Calling Mrs. Simpson Je\vss Brings Proro Hit a by Goebbels I I lor 111 e in I ler %  pive I 1. f Zlui %  toriin 1 \' 111 v. ; • pi 11" in the 1 '/.• %  !i p' % %  -SI • ai Mi le in 1 ndorf. %  |i rlous anl 1 1 rovi 1 Davidson & Co., i Inc. D.:: 1 of WORTHIGTONCARBONDALE REFRIGERATION 1005 W. Flagler Si. • ne 2217& I IMIIIIIIIIMi I)K. EDWIN J. COHEN Chiropractic Physician 150] ('onyre^s Hldg. Phone :(-u 11 Office 11 lurs; 10-12—1-5 •FREE CONSULTATION" I .llllinlmillllllHHMMNHIIIIIItllltllllll 1 111111111111111 Hotel Astor \\ ashitmton at K>th St. MIAMI HEACH T" r oms, each with bath; in every r torn; steam heated; spacious 1 ibby, ened BUn parlor, beautiful ratio, free solarium. D. ROSNER Owner and Operator E. GORDON Jewish Rituals Vice-President CARTER & WIXSOM, Inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS .->11 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-8421 Residence I'hnne 2-1398 v\< Il-IVK ROOMS POH JEW ISB ( \-iFor Sale Wi i I 1 ipi: | > j •. • i znsolinc station in licarl of Jewish shopping section (ifeasc rack, tire repairs, etc. OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE MONEY FOR A LIVE WIRE ASK FOR "ROY" 299 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 29639 la. Abraham Cronbach, authoi ot "The Quest tor Peace" and professor of Social studies at the Hebrew Union College, who .1 I levee thai religion has repented Of its part in the World Wai leaders ol the United Palestine Appeal and other prominent Jewish flgui ea n Ith egard to 1 tie problem ol Jewish emigration and the posPalestine Appeal, it was announci I by Dr. Stephen S. Wise, national chairman of the U. P. A. ) ounc & A c 1 n G CLOSES APRIL 10 UK ST FLAGLfR KennaauB WtJT FLAG itK iT. An0 37mAVfc. FEDERAL SAVINGS AND j LOAN ASSOCIATION i ANNOUNCES A CHANGE OF NAME liito the confusion caused liy the similarity %  of local Federal Snvinus nntl Loan Associations, our Hoard of Directors, with the approval of the Federal Home Loan Hank Board, has voted a change of name to individualize this Association. HOWKVEK, there is no change in the policies, pi rsonnel or management. FROM NOW ON OUR NAME IS r-"~j£ HSDRFO SAVINGS / 1 MORTGAGE LOURS ^T^y DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION'^ or M A M Ground Floor—Congress Bldg. 109 N. E. 2nd Ave. J. M. LIPTON. President RESOURCES OVER $1,600,000


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Friday, April 9, 198? THE JEWISH FI.OKIMAX Page Three iiti.ii>.SUBSI uii'i ION Mi ntl %  V. %  62 HO FRIDAY. APRIL 9. 1C37 Vol. 10—No. 15 A Species of Degradation We note that there is much ado about tha le,al procaedirgs brought by Dr. Karl LaricMeiner, winner of the Nobel prize for medicine in 1930 and noted research worker in the Rockefeller Institute against the National News Assocatioi publisher and the editor of the "Who's Who in America: Jewry," to prevent his being included in this publication and listed as a Jew. Dr. Lar.dsteiner is a Catholic by choice, though both of his parents were Jewish. The defendants insist upon including his name in the publication and base it upon the service they may be doing the Jewish people because of the noted savant's ancestry, and further upon the fact that the noted Doctor is not, cannot, and will not be damaged by being termed a Jew. How long will it take the publishers of such information, and other gentlemen to realize that the Jewish faith is one primarily of choice. Or.e must live a JPW by choice to be really one, not by compulsion. Had the editors and publishers of 'Who's Who" tried to real ; ze the real Jewish pos : tion. that tradition handed down bv our great Sages and lived through out these thousands of years, this litigation would rot now be ir. the courts. Dr. Landsteiner may be and perhaps is a verv splendid gentleman. He has the perfect right to decide what faith he wants to follow, and how he wants to l.ve and be known Heaven knows the Jewish people do not need illustrious gentle men to fortify their right to existence ... the additional slorv and lustre the forced enrollment of distinguished gentlemen such as this Doctor will shed upon the Jewish people is very, extremely, questionable. If Dr. Landsteiner does not want to be known as a Jew if he does not want to associate with Jews in his life ... if he does not want his work for humanity to be added to the long, extremely long record of accomphsh-e-ts of the J-wish p^onle ... in the name of common decencv let him go There are thousands of splendid accomplishment? that men of the Jewish faith ... men voluntarily Jewish Jews who have been such as a matter of conviction and pride t>at ar already enrolled in the long record of Jewish contributions to every form of civilization that we do not need additional accomplishments We call upon every right thinking Jew and Jewess to definitely express themselves in matters of this kind If a man wants not to be known as Jewish ... if he wants to live the life of another faith irrespective of what he was of who his parents were ... let him live his own life in just the wav he warts to For only in such a manner will the true Jewish spirit of tolerance and the rieht of man to live as he chooses be recognized and fully APPRECIATED .... i ..,[.. i .-:li s Uiaie. I oi N'I %  • V r!: City. i, in--! s.il|i .ii Iruz Kubn ai .i Plain Talk HOTELS By AL SEGAL To my ':IIS come lamentation* against (he recent press announcement about Bermuda hotels which do not want .lows; and, indeed, a letter. Dear Mr. Segal: You should surely say something on the sub |ecl of the Bermuda hotels ii understand there are about hall dozen ol themi that have set ur bars against Jews. I understand these are the very beat hoteli ii Bermuda. There should by all means be a protest made ... A D. R„ New York. x i i must refuse to protest I know that this rule ol the Bermuda hotels ran not be intended i,„ my kind of lews. No. it ed: i, s the other kind. As I said to my wife (after a recent experience): "Now it nil Jews were like US •" "Yes," she answered, "that's the trouble. That's why they have pogroms • • • on account of the other kind." She sighed pleasantly as she contemplated a world inhabited by jews lik.' us; a world, indeed, In Which every Jew would know the right fork to use at the right tlmi We never made B mistake Of forks S! e has often remarked m the elegant ay I • ai dinner i II k< i foi -. i r.ta ed tl btil -•• 111 til mil fr ml In oth< worilc l (.. ins. Iveare '|,tal)le I 0 pie n the wi ild. Long i rcalfced that th< lew s is in h ug to different. W were di i In •(! i n %  lik %  tin people and wlp out ill the III • %  entlations tbal make Jew? a > coni-Idiot For exampli I cam eled my mib Bcriptl n to • b % % % %  %  < • • i: I anie to our home unwrapped and its title, "Tl e JK k"ISH S stood "\i" sed %  %  %  %  % %  th ej %  %  i i ii,. ii II. i i ai i.i H i-nuld -••• •n a glani %  ho wen V, g," s->i'i my wife, he'll 1 n n p' .• Jewish Then ton I i rden I i Th Jewish S loiar mn/t r.o I np i I del vred to ou ousi T i i* % % % %  eliminated i m mi re i Idi ni p thai might BUggest wi we i different from out bois. In other dlreetii na as wi !l l took steps. I i> It that the J< Is religion was a fact r contribul 11 to the differentiation ol Ji WP When on a holiday 1 vent thro ig' the wholesale dlstrli t and saw thi ilgn, "Cli sed on Aci ount of Hoi lay" < n do r after door, I felt i ai tlcularly Irritated by the J< wish tendency to b • dlffen nt, •This," 1 said. "Is the answei to the whole dng. on a busy day the .lew Bets himsell apai from the current ol things, i losed ins place ami celebrates a hoi day Thus he only calls attention to him self. If we just weren't BO Jewish we wouldn't be notli ed." Mindful i all this, l have Bevered all connections with Jewish affairs At Christmas time I have a lighted nee In my window. This tells mj neighbors I am just the Bame a they. I should say that we have been rather successful In our purpose not to be different. My wife likes to tell me that l am a great deal like Mr. Zilch. Everybody In town knows Mi. Zlli h. li' .the president of our Klwanls club, which ,i es so much to Bee that the lawns In our city are kept in BUCh ] order that they are one like the other. If you look up any Btreet you can see that our lawns are I.!, lengths of green i loth cut from one pattern; thiis the woik ol Mr Zilch and the Kiwan ( wifi ie'inu 'hat I m %  • ai th 1 II %  Mi Zl li, s • Iha* I am nu c-'i Ii'<• •r. i". v bearing. I cm tldi > i';ia i nl %  • mpl ent, for -ii one who In a pr f ent • %  •. ted % % %  the n i i ou i Itj s to • %  Zilch Is t II lm al ;';••• n u rail c'tiz i Y'l -i I:.':. I m -so mu '' %  .!.' B id '•: %  "..'-. nho i. I %  IVI made my i un lnteid i I. i %  •• %  ni|P IVe Mr. Zilch. like Mi. (Jump, liki Mr tilutz, al n w rhe i logeth i ysteni o( un ; in • ;. i wi ; ve In iur 'i % %  : '.. • 1 1 ] • a in mind vlfi arid i • ii 111 i ii y ;e rial t' %  int' 'i tile] not i n us 'Ol i nrse, she -aid. 'w e know v.bn tl ill means, li in un I he kind i Jews I i Id So re made i • idy wit light si %  > %  'i is tor < ui winter ci ulse to Bermuda. \! A aj.b >fi r w e h id %  topped at the Kxtravaginzo M.mor •nd thei % %  we wi re g ing ag lin ii I to the Ext .i i agam i e dl i ected t he can iage t no mi lora ire allowed in Bermuda) when we disi mbarked, "Yes," said my v. i:'e, "they i an't turn :s aw. %  v.' i are lust average pei pie 'ike everybody Though the matter ii .1 not turn nit at well as we expected, I have no ill will against the cle k, for I understand everything. My wife thought there was Bomethlng won derfull) arisi cratic in the way the clerk looked at us, "Ah ." be Bald In the charming English way. He mentioned the new rubs. "I quite understand, sii," I an swered; for l knew he couldn't mean us It was on account of other .lews that the rule bad been made, and on account of them we were set out on I le Extravaganza's lawn. This was a great comI it to us; to know that it was not on account of ourselves we wire Buffering this; for we had done everything we could do to be un-Jewish. "Now i; all .lews were like lie." i -a ii to my wife as we stood t n the lawn amid our baggage. "Yes," she answered, "that the trouble. That's why they have i orKti Hie. Hie i,.'i mall sectil o groms on aci ount ol lln • :' %  i kind.' She lookl d lie ovei and W .is reminded again ho nun h like Mr. Zih h I am. Our experli nee c n .1 in that we w ill not :> • %  •i adl> on as i ther Jew li e ei ei ogroms here. We may be killed bill we shall tie i-oiiKolatlon ol ;.now ng that w are not dying on aci ou: i • my fault of i ur own. We IIPII our best. We shall be dy :11 LT i niy i.n account ol the fault ei othei .bws who are BO diffei ent. This uill make n linn less Tl e hotel's policeman came up and reminded us that our baggagi v. i II much of a clutter on thi law a; so we wenl My wife has lust said to me: "I his piei • %  will surely get us int. trouble Ith > %  • %  ybody. You know p • ; le nevei und irstand you win ii you get Ban astlc. You ought to tell them this Is sarcastic." i : %  you're li^ht. my dear I'd better tell them • ils is i i-astii IC pyright 1937 by Seven Arts lea • Syndli ate > Aliens Will Be Rarity In U. S. Within Decade. Com.nissioner Predicts Ni Yoi k i W'N'S i 'i he ie. ruil.sieine of an anti-alien hysteria ivhich has reached such vehemenci is to threaten Increased discrimination against the foreign-born Is entirely unjustified because I B alien population is rapidly declining through curtailed Immigration, naturalizatii n and assimilation, it was emphasised by speakers at the annual dinner of the Nat onal Council on aXtiiiali/.ation and fit Izenshlp. Edward .1 Shaughnessy, acting r s. commissioner of Immigration ami naturalization, cited figures to prove that the alii n population is decreasing at a tremendous rate. In 1HL' i. he said there were 7,430,809 unnaturallzed aliens in the U. S.. but by 1930 this figure had dropped by 1,146, ISC, and in the last seven years there has been a further decline I of 2,000,000. Expressing the con vlctlon that by the end of tinnext decade an alien may be a Shaughnessy pointed out I bat from 1917 to 1986, 716.972 aliens left the country, were naturalized, died or acquired citizenship through someone else's naturalization.



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Friday. April !t. 1937 Strictly Confidential Tidbits from Everywhere By PHINEAS J. BIRON We Must Tell You Charles C. Ptnckney, the South Carolina statesman whose so-called diary is the basis for the mythical speech in which Benjamin Frank Hit was BUPPOSOd I" have warned America against the .lew-, was -i> tar from being an anil Semite thai his most Intimate friend and business partner was Francis Salvador, Jewish member ot i > South t.i Una Colonial Assembly Senator Koyal s Copeland of New VM I< might be Interested to know thatRobert Edward Edmonds n. notorious anti-Semitic pamphleteei is hailing the recent Carnegie Hall meeting against the Supreme court reform plan, at which Copeland was the principal speaker, as an against the "Jewish plot" to conagalnst the "ejwlsh plot" to eon trol the court ... if you begin to see more furthering of understand in ^ between racial and religions groups and discouraging of anything tending to discredit democracy credit the Associated Film An.i ences, a new organisation created for just that purpose tier Stuermer, which is on tile In the current periodical room of the New York Public Library, may be read only in an OUt-Of-the way corner It's kepi under lock and key in a special file. Things To Watch Proposed legislation to bar from the mails all literature tending to create racial r religious hatred ibeing opposed in certain ciuar i,-is toi rear thai i would exclude the Bible, both Testaments of which contain vehement denunciations oi Hie Jews T ie Rev Gerald Wlnrod of Wichita, Kan i. sponsoring a petition and cha n letter Bt-heme to Btlr up cpposl tion to any move lo curb mailing privilege for sue h literature • !• you remember the Black Tom -. |os on of 1910, a piece of Her i, sabotage, you will understand why something ughl "> be dom ; block the plan of the S isl i up a i amp a< commodating 15.storm troopers nea Lake Hop, menu, in Norl i rn N' 1 '"" %  > The site of the prop sed camp ione-quarter ille trom the '• %  mid Her. U< powdi i lactories, -t |n the world %  A tlei nan-language talking film, n i, Germ my under the noses ol Kaala dee Ite the tact thai II riaea Hitler, is to be distributed In this country iy the Can Kil,,, Corporation %  Entitled "S ap B ibbles," the picture was produced In the Rex Studios, owned by a Nazi called Frlesa • The producer Is S. T. Dudow, a Bulgarian • Financed by a wealthy Englishwoman, the picture A -as made while Dudow's partner, ,, Naxl, discussed plans tor II with the Reich Film Cha ber Thai threatened boycott ol RKO's picture, ••soldier and the Lady," has been called off because the various ami Nazi h ycott outfits were wrong In suspecting the Him to be .;,. man-made or that RKO con trlbuted to breaking the boycott Tid-Bits Thai "lost" Rembrandt painting, -June." which has n br ught her,, fro,,, Germans tor exhibition at a New York gallery, r Inds us tha we .ave you the lowdown on it two months ago •" cai you've forgotten this painting was atored away in the art gallery a ii nn. Germany • n 8n THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Pane F.ve Kottschau, whom Goebbels appointed in place of Max Friedlander as art exert, decided to clem out the gallery's rubbish, he dlsp ised i f the "Juno" painting for $'••">!i to a c uple of Hutch art deal1 era 'i he dealers recognized the maste ilece and sold it for 1260,BOO Those German harmonicas acquired by the Standard oil Company some time iieu in a barter deal have made their appearance as prizes awarded by the Sheffield Milk Company in kiddie contests Billy Rose's offer to operate an anti-Nazi chamber I f horrors at the worlds Fair has been turned down by the fair's bigwigs but the New The lire and Film Magazine is considering the exhibit as a private undertaking M Halseld, New York correspond, tit for the Nazi news agency, makes his head quarters in the building housing the Hearst news agency Senator Allen .1. Ellender of Louisiana is fathering a bill In Congress which would prohibit American bankers from acting as agents f r loans of governments in default on war debts • Which would put a crimp Into Nazi financial Juggling Uncle Sam's Post Office officials have made a deal wit I the Nazis by which the dirigible Ilin denburg Will carry transatlantic mail beginning in May. Germs From Germany George •' hann Soldner discovered the theory of relativity In 1810 and Einstein merely copied it from a book he found in a Berlin library, is the "discovery" of an anonymous professor from the United States wh se letter is published by Der Stuermei • The Hearst publications and a syndicate of a British newspaper are battling eac i other for the exclUS ve American and British rights to the second volume of Hitler's autobiography • But neither group will get it becausethe Nazis anholding out in the hope ol gel ting a better price n is whisper, ,i that i ie Hearst Interests gent an emissary to Berlin to gel permissic n to print Borne extracts ,M advance of publication Don't be sum sed If the you-love-meand i love you pose between Hitler ami .Mussolini cones lo a sudden end any day now The ability arrange %  ai rlages which can produce ll ibles and prevent those whic h cannol will be an Important leral on In the granting of 8 to irrlagi rokers In Gei man) fr m now on General Hermann Wllhelm Goering Is Badly nlaapi bis failure to !>< %  named I e fflclal German di to King Gi orge's i oronatlon He didn't gel the appointment because Kngland would not guarantee that his presence In London would not result In aim Nazi demonstrations The latesl Nazi ganda stunts In England encourage German servants to spend their holidays in London and provide for Hitler Yotilli groups to BXChagl camps with young Britons this summer Home News Publicity man Louis l'opkiu has Bubmltl Ulan to British tfl lale toi a King George VI scholar.i,, fund, the money tor which would be raised by a Berles of balls to be held simultaneously in the rtiited States, Canade and the British posesslons in North and South America on May 12th, the day i the King's oronatlon • Wonder why the New York Post, militant foe ot anti-Semitism, Fascism and Nazism and champion ot minority rights, |permits the columns of Its new classified advertising section tO befilled W til real estate ads containing "Christian only" clauses The racket ridden kosher poultry Industry will be i ie next subject of investigation by New York's special rackets prosecutor, Thomas Dewey Oar boss cast his volefor Dr. Mordecal M. Kaplan for the 1936 Zeta Beta Tau medal We hopeothers do thesame beallse his efi Ms for Jewish communal organizations merit recognition Rabl i Jacob Minkin. whosebiography e>l Herod has none into Swedish and French editions, is reading a b og raphy Of Don Isaac Ahuih.inel Bch larly Dr. Mordecal Soltes, educational director of the Jewish Speaking ol City College reminds ot thai someot the editors of Its Btudent paper refused publicity to a meeting ot a Jewish dub at which a prominent Jewish personality was to speak because they said the students weren't Interested li bby Morris ot New York, who's a non Aryan despite his moniker, is the wee Id's only male strip-lease artist Where A 16 Hour Working Day Fails to Enable A Family of Jews to Eke Out A Livelihood Special Notice To Participants In the Old Gold $200,000.00 PRIZE CONTEST T ie No. L' Itulletin in the Old Gold Contest has now been mailed to all who are entered in the contest. This bulletin contains puzzle pictures for the 5th, 8th, 7th. Sth. 9th and 10th weeks of the contest. Unless your entry in the contest was made within the last few clays. you sh lUld have received your copy of Bulletin No. 2. If 11 has not reached you, send a postcard ai once to Old Gold Contest. P. O. Box No. 9, Varle k Street Station. New York. N Y.. and a see einel ci py will bemailed you immediately. AM further puzzles to complete the contest will be mailed to contestants, as promptly as Issued Thethird mailing ot Puzzle B il letins is elmto n ach conti I Monday, April 12th. There is still time to enter this most exc ting contest In history and go after thai $100.< D O r si prize! ll y U lave not >• I tered, nd us i p istcard al once Promptly we v. ill mall you. post I, ,id, all puzzle pictures issued to date, up to and Includin; the lot > h eries, togethc with %  ile i, entry blank uwer i"' ins, and ever) th to h Ing you right up to h the i ontest. Your name and addr • ; ll be immediate!) put n our m and you will receive all fnrth puzzles to the end of the 15 week COlltesI as --ll.-el. Adelle-sOld Cold Contest, P. <> Box No v.. rick Street station. New Vorl N Y Ask League Commissioner to Probe Discrimination Against Refugees In Portugal Paris tWNSi Having obtained additional evidence confirming its Infants' and Children's Furniture Beds Springs Mattresses Pillows AMERICAN*•BEDDING IRI'QBATIO I MIAMI FLORIDA 452 W. FU0LER ST. Their capitil goods consisting ol a sewing machine and a washtub. a family o( Jews in Poland is shown in their daily attempt to earn a living. Unable to sell their wares or look for employment, these Jews cannot even eke out a miserable existence. Unless the child depicted here can be sent to a J.D.C. maintained sanitarium she (aces death from tuberculosis and malnutrition. "Give us bread and water'*' a delegation of Jews from a Polish village recently begged of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee's representative in Warsaw As the major organization in America devoted to rehabilitative work among the Jews of Eastern Europe, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee has made available to Polish ar.d East European Jews more than 400 million dollars in loans through cooperative loan societies, and more than 16 million dollars in loans through free loan kassas. The J.D.C. maintains more than 155 medical and sanitary institutions in Poland alone. Through the J.D.C. 75.000 adults in Eastern Europe are being fed daily; tens of thousands of children have been provided with education in special schools, both religious and secular, and thousands of young people and adults given vocational, technical and agricultural training. So far the J DC. has expended approximately S27.OO0.0O0 In furtherance of this work among East European Jews. Of the S3.500."XH> to be raised by the Joint Distribution Committee this year. SI.150.000 is to r• allocated for rehabilitative work am >ng Jews of Poland and Eastern Euf 1 pe previous ccmplaint t ml the severe measures taken against GermanJew -i refuge is In Lisbon by the Portuguese government were motivated by anti-Jewish sentiments, HK'KM headquarters henhave re newed their request to il e high commissioner for German refugees to make a first-hand investigation "i the s i aaiion in response to the first c mplaint of HI. 'KM. the high commissioner had rei lied that the measures against the refugees were not due to antiSemitism but to the alleged dlscm cry ol an Illegal trafi n false passports which forced > ernmenl to make a close Investigation ot thestatus Of all t relgn ire V e nua i UN'S i An im oilant discovery that may revolutionise the treatment of psychic distut ances has been made by Dr. Edith Klemperer, Vienna Jewish physician. Through an analysis ol human hi od. Dr. Klemperer is as I to have proved thai psychli • liens are cluelo e hemlcal cha..i in the blood, the emotional I Hide being uol ling nore than the exterior manifestation ot the chetne al bio cl mix! • There is a modern pleasant way to get relief from Headache, Gas on Stomach, Colds, Heartburn, "Morning After" and Muscular Pains. m Just drop one or two ALKA-SELTZER tablets Inm to a glass of water. Watch it bubble—listen to it Czx. m As soon as tablet is dissolved, drink the tangy solution. AlkaSeltzer • (Analgesic Alkalizing Effervescent Tablets) You will really enjoy the taste—more like spring • water than like medicines. • ALKA-SELTZER. when dissolved in water, con• tains an analgesic. (Sodium Acetyl-Salicylate), which 0 relieves pain, while its alkalizing agents help to cor9 rect everyday ailments associated with hyperacidity* • Your druggist has ALKA-SELTZER. Get a Me or 60c package on our "satisfaction-or-money-baelr" • guarantee.

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