The Jewish Floridian

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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 )
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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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Vol. 10.No. Hi
MIAMI. Fl.oitlDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1937
Price Five Cents
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
POPULAR FRONT
Ry 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.
Why d for:
p pular : i:i Why do tl
to neglect their differences ol
oi In ion for t he auke ol i onimoti
in tlon B 'i n Be Ihey ha i < one
enemy the bui p en nj mi I
exp Bed ii one danger the same
danger. Tiny know that If that
enemy triumphs and thai danger
prevails, it will-make no differ nee
ii. ne, abs lutely none whet e
the Individual Btood In matters of
,; into i. He ami all that he stands
i be destroyed.
The example of France Is the
best. Rig and left wing Repub-
licans, Si cialists, radical S rial-
in- [a mild enough group despite
its tierce namel Communists have
all agreed to sink their party dif-
ferences and to figiu tl.....immon
enemy on a common front. For
they know perfectly that if Col. de
la u que and the Cn Ix de Feu
people gel Into iiower they will,
like the Nazis of Cer nany, not
What was your political color and
stop to ask: where did you stand'
affiliation j They will crush,
stamp Into tii" mire, destroy.
Ii is tiit'ii hlsl ry Its-ell that
obliterates dlffen n< <-. Foi i: is
merely weak-minded to saj I
wish (hat history had not lake i
this turn I disapprove, i will
Join nothing. I will cooperate In
no defense. I will risk the future
of myself and my children rather
than Join the common cause 11
those, myself Included, who a >
menaced by a common mena e and
threatened by an equal i He It
is weak-minded. H is wicked. 11
i-. above all, Immeasurably stupid.
Take the analogy of a besieged
civ. Take the analogy of Madrid
What would you tMnk Of Madri
it ii s who refused ti> take part In
i'>o defense ol the city because
thpy do not at all points agree
with tin* principles ol the gov-
ernment | For we know and they
know that were Franco and Moms
and Italians and Germans to cap
hire the city no quarter would he
irl i-\ n mercy shown, no leniency
exercised. To Franco the differ
ene-e between a Republican and an
anarchist-syndicalist and a trade-
unionist is simply no difference at
all, Off WOUld come, actually or
morally, the heads of all.
The United Palestine Apical and
the drive to sell shekels coming
nt the same time will help I" tesl
the temper and common sense and
the commen self-preservative in-
stinct of American Jewry, These
things will show iis whether the
Jewish people has that minimum
instinct tor political action which
characterises other peoples. For
history has itself rendered utterly
vain and empty and meaningless
any resistance to the common
cause of the Jewish people or any
standing aside from that cause
\ tlti k age, Me extent of which
in. in n c an tell, Is upon us. Right
nr w rong, lai ge s< ale e\ acu itlona
, t on. hlstoi leal p isltlont lire tak-
la i and i -' lake piai e.
Ihi most Si i ctai ular
and I'ola' d most
, : The e Is, while this dark
refuge or rebirth ex-
mil I i iu ih I'aiesl Ine,
ih w i le n I til '-i ne, i ii idlti '
But Brlti ;> i
il i iianei) will witho it ques-
tion roe lo limit and ei nfine and
pp that only necessa y re age
ml rebirth. It that is permitted
I,, i om .''iiui. If the development
oi Palestine is harshly ch u ked,
S.i'00,..... -lews in (Mitral and Bast
em Europe will I Be I leir only
ho e and theit only outloc k and
the i only moral support and will
- nk Into mlse y and r degradation
iinparolleled exce t by the Cn-
touch ibles of India,
And that degraded outcast will
be In the eyes i f the woi Id the
jew, the typical Jew, the repre-
sentative i the Jewish people and
i i nelthet salt Lake City nor to
the farthest isles and boundaries
of the Western world will the
n %vs rail to come thai the Jews
are over a great part in' the eart i
i .....iple of outcasts ami untouch-
ables, And nowhere will supersti-
tion an I 'amor and the outward
pri j, it ni of inner guilt u- on sub
utltut inl Bcape-goat fail to ask
the question: Then why not here >
\'ii eve ( Jewish p sltlon In the
w irld and every Jewish point of
ppparenl security and every Jew-
i> i right will be In Imminent dan-
Reii There Is one Jewish people
There is one Jewish i rohlein
which exposes to the light differ-
ent phases of Itself according to
purely outside Btresses. The Jew
Who (I "s not give 10 Palestine or
buy his shekel, remote as he may
seem to himself to be from both
Europe and Palestine, breaks thi
common front of a people's neces
suiy defense and delivers himself
and his children up to degradation
and despair. The enemy is one.
The danger is one. The ruthless
conqueror when he enters the
sacred city which you and 1 have
not defended will OOt ask: were
you Orthodox or Liberal, were you
Zionist or not, were you Mlzrachl
or i member i t Hlstadruth, did
you give to the community chest
or not, weie you American Demo
crat or Republican ; He will not
ask He will come with the old,
old contemptuous cry i f the Mid
die Ages: Hlerosolyma est per
dita! Jerusalem is lost! Hep!
Il.p' .lied the crusaders as they
waded through pools of Jewish
blood,
Jews of America, see to it that
Jerusalem is not i bI again!
Don't deceive yourselves. Money
must he given. Hut money is not
enough. Don't put your ci n
sciences off with the exercise <>i
rachnt nuth. it will not do. You
are not asked to have merely the
traditional leh tov. the good and
(Continued on Page 8)
Beth Jacob
Elects Officers
K'ei ti ii oi oi era i r the com-
. ;ir u;i -i hel I at Bel i Jacob
Syntigi i lust ft-eek hen a lai g
n iinh -r oi in.- nbers i ltend 'd Mr.
I r i: nenl com-
; | IIJ | di nl ol till
Me c ml lie Not lonal B ink, u r
ele.-ti i P'i b'.iI 'til i th Ihird c n
e ill i'.e tini". ()t! ers na e I ei i
Il.n i". Wassi rmun, :ii. t vice i resi-
dent : I a saru i \in aais. sei and \ i e
ml. M Aht uham, i e'ei ted
in "i. and Mm ris I!. Frank, n
nt tin founders ol thi t on regi
tlon, re el< i led seer t ary, Mem-
bers of the Bo n-d ol Trustees will
be named ai a later date The
formal Installation ii the officers
will take place shortly and will he
mnounced in the le i lumns.
Zionists To Name
Miami Delegates
E'ei t ion oi delegates to repn
sent tin (ireui 'i Miami '/: nls
District al tho Convenlii n ol tl
Xio lit t o i gin I ol \m i'' r
("till C'Xt IllOlltll I I P '
ill Beth David Talmud To tilt II I!
ni tl Vlonday, April I'.it'i. Vt i
mi ting, "! i li will lie ;i
p, in r< i
il the i at In m
mi:t i nlly v i it -l will
. : i
t-i .- In !i 11,1111 I. All
of the dlstrli i are urged lo atti nd
Iti h \ ax Simp! o, ; ri Idenl ...
the district, "ill presdie.
Jews Forbidden
Try Education
Board of Deputies ..!""'
Goes Democratic
London fWNS) Democratic
forces in British Jewl*h life gained
in im; ortnnl victory when the
Board 01 Deputes of British Jews
at it s monthly i......I in j voiced ap
proval of the report ol a spei lai
i; mmitti e named to Investigate I he
activities ot the Joint Foreign com-
ntlttee and authorised the appoint
ment of b :othei > ommltee to
recjinniend changes in the wi ik-
ing of the Joint Foreign (' intuit
tee. The prin Ipal change is ex-
; e. ted to be a leorlentation toward
the World .le i ish Congress. The
.. de oppone it ol i1 repi rl was
I mard M ntefior i, president ofj
t!i,' Anglo Jewish Association and'
chairman of the Joint Foreign j
Committee, In which the Associa-
tion ami the Hoard ol Deputies are]
united In dealing with f ireign af-
fairs, lie said he would resign if
the change were adopted.
Fascists Beaten
In Belgium
Brussels (WNS) Belgian Jewry
breathed easier us the returns from
the special parliamentary election
in Brussels Bhowed thai Ihe
Fascist Resist party. Which bad
made indirect anti-Semitism a part
oi its propaganda, had Buffered a
crushing defeat, Leon Degrelle,
youthful leader of the ReXlStS, who
had toned Premiei Paul van Zee
land into the election light, "as
swamped under an avalanche ol
votes. The Rexlsl candidate polled
nly 69,242 Mites as against 27"..
sin for van Zeeland, a sharp de-
cline over the licxisls' high mark
in last year's .lection. All told,
'' Fascist candidate received but
19 per cent ol the Votes B8t. Th"
rebuke to Fascism was attributed
in large measure to a last-minute
statement by Cardinal van Koey,
Catholic primate of Belgium, who
warned the people that Degrelle
and his party were a menace to
sh ulil support van Zeeland.
Belgium and that all Catholics
WNS I Jewish comiuu
il oiganlzali. n Ii'.- was
brought 10 a virtual standstill
through nt Germany by an order
from the secret police banning
l.n days all Jewish meetings of anj
kl id except synagogue se vie es
The order was so phrased as to
make it possible fi i g nil 'rings ol
nr or ri re .lews to come with n
the meaiiin ; of the ban No offl
ii.il reason was given for the ac-
tion, which means that all Jewish
societies, organlsati ns, clubs and
similar group; must rejse func-
tioning for tw i months. lewisb
athletic club*, whose a tivitles had
previously been curbed by h simi-
lar order, haw taki n i ognlztnce
of the new lb" re by cati ellng all
scheduled meets with Jewi!- gro ps
abroad, as under i new de rei
III v will he unable t i pi actl e
The i nil. i n Jew ill u
.nine as a great RUrpi i ie iii Jeu -
ish leaders here. They com
pletely In Ihe dark as to the rea
son f'ii t. but now expect it wl'l
be followed by of ev restrictive
measures. It Is ex ected that all
non-Jewish stores will be forced ii
make provision f Ide iff 'In
themselves as Riuh. The Jewlsli
community recalled that In recent
weeks police officials had vlsltel
Jewish social functions and noted
the names of all non-Jewish gue-lc
There is widespread fear in Jew
Ish quarters that the new decree
will b followed by a renewed anti-
lewish agitation, The threat of
Imprisonment and c nflscaM-m of
.o"oity hangS over the Jew; dlS
obeying the order.
Anti-Nazis To
To Hold Meetings
Paris (WNS) Following a secret
meeting of the leaders of the anti-
Nazi German Popular Fn nt at
which Helnrich Mann presided, an
organized effort to promote wide-
spread ant: Nazi M'-itimenl in Cer
many by a concerted campaign of
propaganda was launched. The
propaganda will be prepared here
and smuggled into Germany. The
campaign was decided upon, it is
reported, as a result of the sin cess
fill circulation in Germany of a
manifesto of the new German
Freedom Party
Jewish News
Around the
World
Three Am'-.r. Ore Jew Dead In
Renewed Arab Vio'ence
Jernsealm KTAOINNCNCN NN
, IW'XSI I alciir
\i-. c-j Mounting n e of
Arabi as linsl An bs as well as
h | i. -a left in Is wa
-, 2' houi n rl "! a t !l e three
: mil nl Ii usi five wu mded.
r |u pn ,n, t ne i the Mosq ie
ol omai i'i tli Old City ol Jeru-
salem was thrown Into a turmoil
when a Bedouin opened a volley
of gunfire at Arabs leaving the
Mosque. F nr were seriously
wounded and one slightly. The
l: douin, who is believed u> have
ailed from political motives, was
i :< pi ni i d by bystanders imme-
diately aftet the shooting, but
mi ii is of the Mufti's family in-
tervened and aided his escape.
The taller and son ol one I i
victims of the shooting were killed
by terrorists during the 1936 dis-
turbances on susi ii--ii of having
gold land to Jews. Two ol the
wounded Vrabs are str ke leaders
t' in villages iii the Jerusalem dis-
trict.
Three slain Arabs were found
in different pans of the country.
One of them, a visitor from Da-
ia8CU8, was shot to death w die
walking in the municipal gardens
ol Narretb. Am ther Arab w is
found shot dead near Varki na. the
settlement where Malll Engelsrad,
of a setti.". ,\.is fatally
wounded by bullets believed i- have
been rired by a gang ol assassins
from a neighboring Arab village.
T i, third violent death was that
.u ibraham Yussof, Arab advocate
and vice mayor of Tiberias, who
u.i- slaill in an Arab village near
Bafed as he whs leaving hi- sis-
ter's wedding party.
New York (WN8I The Nazi
regime is doomed, ii may rail ovei
night or it may take years, but
i- end is inevitable, T tomas Mann.
German Nobel Prize "inner whom
the Nazis deprived of his citizen-
ship, predicted on his arrival here
for a series of lectures unde the
auspices of the American Guild for
German Cultural Freedom. Ad-
1 milted to the United stale- on a
Czechoslovak passport as a result
i of his having been granted hon-
' orary citizenship by a Czech town,
the famous n vellst said that < n'y
"the fear of war and the convic-
tion that war for Germany would
mean the end of thai nation P'ishes
the German people forward." He
declared that "the conviction wit-
in the people becomes m re end
mole general that the so-called
'success' of the regime cannot and
will not stand a real test, that it
is a game of bankruptcy which
must 'td to a fatal end." A
ing that morally Germany i- al-
ready finished because the peo"le
have no faith In the warlike mis-
sion preached bv its ieoi,<--s. he
added that the Reich "feels already
betrayed, it feels huniillald and
ashamed before the world."


Page Two
I
The Ladles Auxiliary of the Ml
ami .I. wish Orthodox Congregation
sponsoring one of its regular
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. April lfi, 1:1.17
In
nrl .1 1 lex Sunda] evening. Vprll
istli begti 11 UK ^1 S o'clock al the
ue en Mr. and Mm. M. t'halm,
l.'l 1 S. W. E mill si eet. Prizes
will hi' awarded for high scores
ami refres munis u ill be Berved.
'I'll'- puhlic is Invited in attend,
* *
Plans are now being made for
Junior
t
G|
SOCIETY
The social meeting ror the month llcnal Hank ami Trust Compan) flo 1 All member.'
..1 April for the Iccal B'nal li'ritli of .Miami Beach, and Mrs. Liber- are urged to attend.
Lodge iil no) he held this month
and instead a gala Mother's Day
man. ai 701 Washington avenue.
Miss Mill,,- iS Mr. Liberman'H
granddaughter and Miss Llberman
is his niece,
*
Mr. ami Ms. Morris Alperl of
.Miami Beach announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Evelyn, to
Milton N'ussbaum, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Nussbaum, formerly
of Paterson, x. .1
Levy, win i- held al the Shore- Miss Alperl was graduated fr< m
lain Hotel, Miami Beach, on Sal Highland Manor. Tai rytOW 11. N.
in- Tractates ol the Babylonian in-day, April 17th, al 12:30 p. m. v.. ami attended the University of
Talmud al the Miami Jewish Or- o'clock. Arrangements have been Miami Mr. Nussbaum was gradu-
Ihodox Congregation last Sunday .....de to make this animal cm-mi
an occasion for a real get-together.
Hi-- closing exercises of Hctli David program will he presented on Sim
Sunday schorl t he Meld on Sun- day evening, May Bth. Full de-
(,J .....rnlng, .May 23rd Confirma- tails win he announced in an earl)
I.....\clciscs will he held Ihe same issue.
evening al 8 o'clock and will he .
followed the following Sunday, A luncheon and beach party for
-May :10th, with the annual picnic for...... and prospective campers
ai I.as Oiaa Casino. Ft. Lauderdale ol Camp Wohelo, operated and dl-
Pull details of these three events rected by Mrs. Bertha Berkowich
will appear in an early issue.
The gala garden party which
w.is in have been held last Wed-
nesday will he held ibis coming
Wednesday, Vprll 21st, al s p in
o'clock in ihe home of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, .'ill' S W.
21sl avenue The public is cor-
Hadassah is having a
"Father-Daughter" meeting on Mon-
day evening, April 19th, ai Beth
David Talmud Torah at s p. ,,,
Mis- Adele Segall will he ell 1
man for 1......venlng and h 1
planned an interesting program
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be the
gueBt-speaker. Mis. Gertrude Ros-
ette will piosoni vocal selectloi
hit.....i auied bj Mrs. Ethel S'iIi
berg, and there will he a one
play, suppressed Desire." >i
Segal) is directing it ami Its ,
Includes Miss d rothy Leonai
M >s \iice Nelson ami George Faj
Plans for the May Day dan
which Junior Hadassah is giving
on May 2nd will he resented hri.-U.
dially invited 1.1 attend and an en
joyable eve.....g a promised all bv M"as Hana Mack, who has been
In charge of this affair is a com-
night. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner
of ii.' congregation presided. Mr.
Abraham Jacobs, formerly of At-
lanta, ihe donoi of ihe Talmud.
made a formal resentation ad-
dress. Cantors Louis Dayman 1
Beth Jacob Synagogue and .Man
rice Manic lies of Beth lacob Con-
gregation Bang appropriate selec
lions, Addresses were made by
Rabbi Max Shapiro 1 f Beth David
Synagogue, Nathan Adelman, pasi
idem of 1 ie congregation, ami
tin acceptance address by Mr 11
M I irevii h, president of the on
hi Following the honors
Of I llll lllg Hie Veilil'lie-S ill tllp spe-
1 liuill I.....I.c .1-0. for w huh
1 pi ai hundred dollar- u. re do
li il to Ha- synagogue, refn -
incuts were sei v.-d by a comni
llic 1..ei,,- .\uxiliary of the- con-
I I nil.
*
Membi s ami (riends are urged
in attend the next meeting -if the
Miami Hi .i' Vn my Judea Club ai
the ho......1 Airs. Isidor Powell,
103.1 Collins avenue, Miami Beach,
beginning at 7 311 Monday evening,
Vprll lOtii in Vbraham Wolf son
will speak on -The I.in- .,1 Spi
110/.11
* *
An Important .......ting of the
I.acl \u\iliar\ of Ihe Mia .i Jew
Isli 1 irthodox <'ongregatlon w ill be
held ai the Synagogue next Tues-
day evening, April 20th, begiiining
u| v 1" o'clock. Nominal lorn 1 r
ofi i- era for the < oming > ar n ill
In madi Reports of lasl year's
11 \n les will be pri siiiied. All
men friends nre irged to
nd,
Mi-- Lois Louis, daughter of
Mrs, Rose Louis, lias Just been ad-
vised of her appointment for in-
ternship in dietetics at the Presby-
terian Hospital in New York City.
Miss i.onis will graduate in June
licim the Timers ty of Illinois.
* *
Alpha lota Chapter of Dili Kp-
sil u PI fraternity of the Unlver
siiy of Miami Installed new offi-
cers in a service- conducted last
week ai the fraternity house in
('oral Gables
Officers installed w ere Myron
Broder, superior; Milton Feller,
vice superior; Morton Berman,
1 reasuret : Stuart 1 'o ten, recording
-e. relar.v ; William Da 1 aloft, cor-
responding secretary, ami George
I'rii.-oii. Bergeanl at-aims.
*
Dr. Adolph Jncoby, director id'
llic- hoard 11I call h 1 I \m York
City, is visiting ids brother and
Istei in law. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Jacoby, ai their home
i- *
Tin- engagemeiil ol Miss Pearl
Roberts ol 7N N. W. 32nd street to
.Mr. AI her I Reisman, son (if Mr. ami
Ah E. M. Reisman, Miami Beac 1.
was announced al a party lasl week
.11 1 he home oi Jacob I.aiic a. The
wedding will lake place- early in
llllle
New York \isilors who an- ell-
|o) ing a spi ing vacation nl .Miami
're aie Al i-- Florence Al iller
aml .Mi Iri I.'- Llberman. They
an ihe guests of Philip Llberman,
president ol lie Mi e a in ile Na-
Bled Com Peeksvlllp Military
Academy and attended (leorgetown
Cnlversity. He- now own- and
manages the American Pupi r and
Twine i'h
* *
Effective ih 1 a- last nip from
Miami April 171h. the Florida S in
he-am. which has operated -0 suc-
cessfully throughout ihe wlnte
season, will he withdrawn
El fectlve w itll t a- last trip 1 mm
Al ami April 1' Ith. Ihe two ll'ailge
Bloss..... Spec ial trains will be
withdrawn for the sun.....-r.
OWN YOUR
OWN HOME
We are vitally interested in fos-
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money available to assist YOU in
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ASSOCIATION
11 r MIAMI
Ground Floor Congress Bldg.
109 N. E. SECOND AVENUE
PHONE 3-2652
RUFUS H. DANIEL
Vice-Pres.
LEO ROBINSON
Vice-Pres.
J. M. LIPTON
President
i
RESOURCES OVER $1,50 0,000.00
Schedule Changes
Effective Sunday, April 25lh, the
Southern States special will leave
.Miami at K:25 a.m., instead 1 f !i
a in., and u ill ai -Ive III Miami al
*>:5B p. 111.. instead of li I" p. 111.
Effective Sunday, April 2.1th, 1 p
New York-Florida Limited Will
leai e .Miami al 1(1 p in Instead of
' p. in., one hour later than I" n
j lofore. This train Will arrive in
j Miami at 7:15 a m. instead of
7 !" p m
The Create- Miami 1..... 11 ,
the national Roumanian Jewish
Workers Relief Committee was or-
ganized lasi Tuesday night at a
meeting in Beth David Talmud
I Toral Hall following reports of Hip
lie conditions row existing in
Roumania. Mr Adolph Haimes
was named chairman ami Joe
Mechlow, treasurer. Plans are
now being completed for 1 bene-
fit performance for 1 he put pose ol
raising fund- mi Sunday evening.
April 26th, at Beth David Talmud
Torah when ihe Yiddish play.
"Tzulii-h a Kind," starring the
well-known Josephson family, will
in- presented, Nominal admission
' harges will he made. T e public
is urged in attend
* *
Al 1 in- nexl regular meeting 1 f
ihe Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Welfare lluna.....1 Monday,
April 19th, beginning al 2 p. m
in Kaplan Hall. Officers lor the
coming year will he named. A re-
port of the nominating committee
will i.e presented ami nominations
will also he accepted from the
miiiee headed by Mesdames Sam
llalperl and Stanley (' Myers as
co-chairman.
*
Miss a Juice Magid. daughtet I
Mr. and Mr.Ms. Harry I Magid,
is ihe nominee of the I.ad es Aux-
iliary of ih.- .i.uish Welfare Hureau
, for May Queen in ihe contest be-
ing he-id by ihe Junior Hadassah
tills year al 1 le Dcitivillo Casino.
* *
Loyally I'luh ol Emuuh Chapter
is sponsoring a benefll bridge on
Tuesday evening, Ap il 20th, at
8 o'clock at Ihe- home 1 1 Mrs M.
Reisman, 2235 s V\ Seventh street,
with Mesdames Phil Somberg and
M. Reisman as ihe hosl
Prizes will I,.- awarded for igh
Be ore- and ; resli mint n ill be
served. The puhlii ..- urged to
attend.
The Eniiuiuli 1 tpti 11 K S. is
ring 11 1 in. : nn ai the
Southern Cafeteria irom 11: ::<
> m. in 2:3d p in. n viaj 3rd
11 i' Ihe benefit id ihe Ma ionic
Home fund All are invited lo al
'''"I and help 1 ,h wort In cause.
appointed chairman for the even,
Mothers as well as lath,
members and all members of tli
organisation and their guest
invited in be present al the me
Ing Monday night.
SUNDAY and MONDAY
April 18th and 19th
Joan BlondellAllen Jenkins
Srank iVtcHughGuy Kibber
Sam Levene
THREE MEN ON A HORSE
\.D.H. Fossey
I Ve.ii-. ,1 .M i.iiiuaii 1
ci 11
Holiest Trieil
'oii.scieiil ions
11 11
A until s promises are
worth no iniiie ili.-in his
|).-|sl Ut'tiollS < I tli I |iel-
I lirillllllc-e-
1 Paid Political Ad 1
HAT-BAG BOOTH
A NEW FIRST FLOOR SECTION!
On the street floor just opened! Many clever new
styles in handbags and hats each priced at $1.00!
White, navy, red and green handbags in many grains.
New hat styles in halos, fabrics, straws, felts and berets!
MAIN' STORE
STREET FLOOR
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iers. Foi some years now this bo- nlcal College, i>\ th" way, an > i
le:y has been maintaining the s rrom Naziland.
:i lei Foundations In many Amerl
Mr. Wot Id supposes thai mosl
.1 LOWS RHOrHET, Editor
KUKI) K. SHOCHET, Cireulrtlnn Manager
m:i(VM(li MOROENSTERN
FI, M Ri pre** :iaiiv,-
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tecond claa* matter Jub I, IS80 ::t the Pout Office nt Miami, Florida,
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ST. PETERSBI'Rfi
MRS. KOSK M. RUBIN
Reprctaantativa
WEST I'M M BEACH
MRS M. SC'HRF.HNICK
It. i resent tive
OKLANl'O
MRS, B. J COHEN
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TAMPA
MRS. M. II. KISLER
R. nreaentative
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FRIDAY. APRIL 16, 1937 Vol. 10No. 16
of von have not yel heard of tin
an universities, where Jewish si a-
great I i eni i>
:. i can Und a so lal tenter inJ mathematician,
philosopher and
Rene Descartes,
.eep ali.e their Jewish cultural though your elder brothers and !
leritage. Mr. World hopes that ters probably studied his work ,n
II of you will have an opportu- college. On .Inn.. Mh ol this irea.
ilty to g to a college where there >e *>:'"'
Strictly
Confidential
Tid'oits frcm Everywhere
Ey PHINEA3 J EIRON
Listen to This
. hi/, la femme" would h <
a goi d tip to those liii it n- i
the ant.'I bji king the Na .i mo e
menl in this country We ia. -
it on good authority t lial the .. Ij.
is such a Hllle] Foundation, bo "" :!"""' anniversary of the pub-
ha: you w.ll h- ah- to see foi Nation of Descartes' hook on .in- ,,,. initials are H. F s. is oao
yourselves the fine work that i- 'y geometery, a subje:! which ,,, k,.y figures in New Yorks
.,,lt ,1,,,,,. Iiv ||, B'nal B'rith ''''>' s,"m'1 rather complicated to -,|,,i, anu thai Bhe traces her a.i-
there. '"'" '"" which na8 '"' "'"" '" '" cestry back a couple of generations
lortanl in modern Bclenre vhat its iM America She's als said
Inventor's name is known through- ,,, De ,,,. ,,, ,h.....,avy ,.mi,ih t us
nit the world. To celebrate the ,,, ;1 number of alii i-hait ng out-
tercentennary which means ihe rjls incidentally, New York's
SiOth anniversary ol Descartes' hlgh BOclety folks have taken to
"Method" ias the book in which attending Nazi parties
he announced bis Invention is
21 .
r.....1- thoughts an' called forth
by a survey conducted for the
li nal It'rith by Rabbi Lee .I Levin-
lit to disc ver just how many
Jews are included among the col-
lege students of the United state<
snd Canada. He found that among
lw 1,150.000 siuti-':its registered in
Thai
mysterious fraternal order knewn
known) an international PhilOSO- g ,,,,, Mi,Ml|,. ,||, wh!cn ,h(. San
1.319 ooHeges and universities 105,- Pher8' Congress will be held in K,,,ll(.isi.......,ic.,, ..,. investigating.
010. or nearly onetenth, are Jews, '';" s- ;""1 ""' ^airman ol thai
while there are it; colleges with congress will be M nrl Bergson.
no Jewish students, other figures the famous Jewish phllcsopher md
compiled by Dr. Levlnger show that *'"' Pr,M "l!"1"1
while the entire population country only on,- person out of Jew by birth, he changed bis re
every 110 is a college student, liglon quite a good many years a30,
Isn't by any chance a hlghei order
of some Becrel anti-Semitic move-
mi at Two yeai s a ;o tin r
wire iiimors that it was connected
with the s Iver Shirts ... A high-
ranking Nazi visitor to these -
is nursing a Bwcllen jaw and a
Passing Judgment
Jews are known to be an emotional people and yet, despite
this well-known attribute have never yet falbd to care-
fully weigh all the issues ... all the facts in every ma t3i
"ffectinp the welfare of thsir own people or the country wherein
they resided.
And all this is true because of the continual bapt:'sn ci
fire, of suffering and torture that the Jew has undergone
throughout the long years of the Diaspora. Emotional, yes .
thoughtful, careful, undoubtedly so.
And thus The Jewish Floridian is proud of the fact that
wherever an issue involving the electorate of this community
iias arisen, the Jewish citizen is unmoved by passion, dia'rifce-.
calumnies The Jewish citizen war.ts to know the simple
facts ... he wants to know how th? welfare of h's corir"U"ntn
will be affected by the election or defeat cf a certain candidate
All this comes to mind when we approach the f'rst primary
in which six canrTdates will be selected from whom th3 elec
torate of Miami will choose three members of the City Com
mission. Important? Of course, for has not the Jew's'.i eitfeOT
the interest, the welfare of his emmunitv at henr*? Ca^r.o* )'
be truthfully said that much of the growth of th's -"agio c'tv
is due to the courage, judgment and <=a<*acitv of investor? This year not a single candidate 's of tin J-w^r
faith. so that the Jewish citizen mav carefully weifb p11 tbr
facts, disregard newspaper propaganda, disnel c'ouds of fal-:r
md unfair issues and exercise hi" right of suffrage wWbrnt
the slightest suspicion of taint that he may be favorfng h's own.
May we respectfully uree uoon all the candidate*, rlie* 'he
Jewish c'tizen would greatlv apm-eciae a clean. stra^Vtfnr
ward statement of the candidate's qualifications, his platform
and his record ... he will resent, and rightfully so. a nlfttfartji
co^c-r'ir.rr nf jiartprcJryns ttnd chnro-es against other canrH**at""
. The Jew as an intelligent citizen wants to know what will
benefit his community, not what will besmirch the character of
opposing candidates.
Let not even the slightest suspicion arise in the minds of
anyone that there is such a thing as a JEWISH VOTE that
Jews vote en masse, as a solid unit ... for if ever there was an
ur.disputed truth, that truth is that each and every Jew takes
pride in thinking and acting for himself.
As citizens of this splendid city, it behooves each candi-
date to present to every voter, and particularly to the Jewish
voter, the issues of this campaign and his own record in a clear
elsan and unequivocal manner.
MR. WORLD CHATS
vn'i'i; the .lews one out <:f every and actually is re ognlzed now as pip nI a shiner received when he
one ot the greatest Catholic phi:- tried a little He'l Hltlerlng In one
osophers cf our time. With bucIi of Gotham's swanky night clubs In
conversion thai is based on real the presence of a couple of Jew-
religious conviction Mr. World can |uh guests One of New York's
not quarrel, though it i* sad to most exclusive clubs, which In- no
see a man like Bergson outside the known Jewish membe s, was the
Jewish fold. N r. for thai matter. RCene recently of a confab on h w
can any one objeel to the facl thai \ deal with Jew-baiting Speak-
Karl Landsteiner, another Nobel inn <>f Jew-baiting, the whispering
<2 is a college student. And an-
ther s,t of figures gives yon boys
1 eh: n-e 10 crow over your sisters
land hew you love that!): For
while among college students In
general there is a co-ed for every
voung min. among l*ie Jewish r 1
c stm'p'ts the boys outnunibei
he girls by two t': one.
Over In Germany, where they
don't alb w Jews to study in the
universities, a famous school is
planning to celebrate its 200th an-
Prise winmr and a great nodical
scientist, preferred the catholic re-
campaign aaalnsl Sidney Hlllman
on the part Ol labor li is'in : bust-
liglon to Judaism. Bui it does n,,ss ,,.,, | the Sjuth i- gro ng
seem thai Dr. Landsteiner went too louder.
nlversary this year, it la the I'ni tar when he appealed to th.....urts
10 prevent the i ubllshers 1 "Who's
Who in American Jewry" from 1st
Ing his name In It, on 1 ii grounds
tat this would hint ins career.
wcisi of all. Dr. Landsteiner
doesn'l want bis son 10 know that
lie is of Jewish ancestry. Mr.
versify of Ooettingen, where in the
past s-mie no'ed Jewish schi lars
*;ni:ht. Inn which now. tinder Hit-
'er. welcomes only "Aryan-." This
inlversity has Invited representa-
tives cf many foreign universltle
> attend its celehrath n, and Mr.
World is ha>|iy to report thai >ix
'inious Br'tlsh universities have
ilready refused the invitation, by
vav 1 f pr< lest agl Insl 'In- methods
if the Hitler government. in
Vmerlca many universities and col-
Eoycott News
Germany k<-i< revenue out cf
every picture shown in this coun-
try regardless of where it is made
. The basic patents on 1 le talkies
are German-owned and parleys are
under way between the Non-See-
World hopes that when the y ung \ ,...,, ...
. ,................. hi;tarlan Antl-Nasl League ami the
Joinl Boycott Council foi a united
Landsteiner (Lies discover thai his
fat ler as born a Jew be will have
sense nough to he pro.id of his
heritage. As for Dr. Landsteiner
himself as a great J< wish scien
ei, hvlndtng New York's great tl who Is proud ol his Jewish
[Cl'y Colleee and all the clleges ness has Indicated, the Jewls pei
in Virginia and Wesl Virginia, P'-e can gel along quite well with
have also declined the Invitation. '" "ie-i who haven't ihe Btren^th
ami it is hoped thai practcally all of character to bear the bu dens
By FLORENCE
Mr. World's Questions
See how many of these ques-
tions you can answer after you
have read Mr. World's "Ask Me
Another" Chat."
1. Who maintains the Mini
Foundations in many American
colleges /
2. How many Jewish college
students are there in the United
States and Canada >
". Mow many Jewish pirls are
Included among these students |
4 Why are many American and
British universities refusing the in-
vitation of Goettlngen University
to attend Its bicentennial celebra-
tion
ROTHSCHILD
:. Under whose auspli es Is an
.dueuii nal experiment being car-
ried on at Port Arthur. Texas I
6, Whs is Ur. Hugo Bergmann j
7. When was the Hebrew Tech-
nical College of Haifa. Palestine,
founded '
v Name two Nobel Prize win-
hers wlio. (hough born Jews, are
now Catholics
!. What kind of laboratory have
some young Orth.do.x Jews estab-
lished '
in. Where did four young Rus-
sian Jewish violinists win coveted
prizes 1
cur greal universities will follow
their example. 80 far only Harvard
ha accepted the Nazi Invltat' n
ind wh'le all cf us wish that Presi-
dent ''e.nanl of t'-"t u-'ivo-s'tv had
net agreed to -end representatives
: Ooettingen, we cannol very well
11 e him of being in sympathy
with the Nazis, fo: he had on vari
ous occasions made it clear that
he ha- no use for their ideas and
system.
An Interesting 1 erlmenl in edu-
cation is being carried on now in
Port \rtbnr. Texas, where there is
tr university inn where there are
a greal many college graduates
that fate Heaps upen the lews.
A new sort of scientific labora-
tory has been sel up in New York,
bj the way. ur the ; urpose 1
testing various fi od pr< ducts 1 r
kashrulh. Th.- laboratory ra b -en
established by Young Mrael, a
group of Orthodox young !" ip'-e
who feel that the knowledge I
modern scientist- can he very use
ml to them in finding oul wh< thi r
some of the more complicated mod-
em foods are really kosher.
To turn tiom science t th< arts
before we ri ai h the end of this 1
chat. Mr. World wants to tell yon
of the triumph of four young Jew .
who would like to study further ish viol nists from Soviel Russia
Thanks to the efforts of tie- Rev.
w. Meade Brown of st, George
Episcopal Church ami Rabbi Sel-
wyn l). Rnshlander of Rodef Sha-
lom Synagogue, advance courses
have been established in this town:
as the instructors are not paid for
their services, and both the church
and the synagogue let their faclll
ties be used f-oe of charge for the
(lasses, all those who want to study
. In Port Arthur may take c urses
Ithout paying any fees.
In Palestine tie Hebrew Uni-
versity- the rector of which, Dr.
Hugo Bergmann, la visiting America
right nowgraduated sixteen stu-
dents during I'assover Week, and
No doubt all of you boys and
girls have heard of the B'nal
B'rith, the large Jewish fraternal
who carried 1 tf tour of the firsl
six prizes in the International
Vsave violinists' competitic n at
Brussels, Relglum, recently. The
winner of the fir-t prize was
David OlStrach, and two Jewish
girls and another young man won
the third, fourth and sixth t rizes
All .d which remind5 Mi. World
that George Szell, <; irman-Jewlsl
musician who bad 1 li ive Ger
many when the Nazis came into
power, has been named conductor
0) t Scol I' Symphony Orchostt;
of Glasgow. Scotland. It is bits
of news like this that prove to till
of us that (here is still h pe foi
the European world, and that then
the Hebrew Technical College of are many countries there whlcl
Haifa. Which is now celebrating the have nit yet become victims ol
2Rth annlversury of its founding, the Nazi poison. For us ir.
handed out engineering degrees to America all this Nazi buslnesi
boycott front Ami n^ the de
mands said to be made by the
Anti-Nazi League as a condl'l m for
unity is ihe ailopt'on of a new name
which WOtlld enable it I Ira Til-1 iII
something of its Identity and an
agreement that the Vmetn an Ji ,-.
is'i Congress and t1'-- .' "."ish Lib r
Committee, who constitute the
Boycott Council, w n't talk
Kill n their a-peil- for fund- .
Ilon'i !i r Bnyo"e tell you 'ha' Ger-
man optical gli-^s is Indispei -
. American chemists hnvc n >v
developed a glass which i- fir
superior to 'he Qei man i rrducl
. inn American i> -" guzzlers
still lik" German brews Im-
ports id' German beer ro"e from
:'.....1 gallons n 1934 lo S00 >00 in
1931! and nearly 01......... gallons in
lf>r?B columnist Milton Suss-
man ot the Pittsburgh Jewish
Criterion bis disc \ -I thai a
stei-nbin company is nrik-
Ing bppi lal v r'd crn'sea wbi lr
(refiiliy omit Germany from thir
Itineraries Certain clause- in
the renewal of the IfllB Pol'h-
German commTcial tie itv will
make hard sledd ng fi 1 Ihe b y
cotl In Poland. x>
Across the Pond ""*
MIMInns 1 f good Nazis are 1 uie h-
in Hitler every day ... A new
German stamp has ner Fuehrer's
picture en it so every time a Nazi
pushei his fist down on the St ami
(I'ontinued on Page fil
seems to i,e very far awayhut
till of us. even the youngest among
us. must watch it and d all we
can to prevent its spreading, for
even In America there are a few-
people who are trying to spread
lin-Amerlcan prejudices and hatreds
in our land.


Page Four
THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN
Friday, April 16, 1037
Political
Briefs
ability and determination t" Hold
the city's Interest above that of
petty BelflBh Individuals
Beginning I ils campaign for re-
, ei tlon to the City Commission
..i Miami, Mayor a i' H. Posse)
qualified here this week with the
largest number of pel tloners ol
all the candidates. Mayor Possey,
who became Cltj Commlssl ner in
in:::: and Mayor in 1936, lias been
one hi the most active communal
and i i* i<- w orkers in this area.
With a record or unparalleled
, : \ n\ in the realty field, In- lias
been i>residenl of Hi'' Miami Realty
Board; responsible for the erection
11 the much needed Miami Orange
Bowl Stadium; was a leader in
the fight which resulted in the re-
da. i on ol" the price ol milk to the
, onsttmer, ami in the adoption of
;m ordinance requiring the regie
tration ol criminals as a protection
i,,1- the decent citizens i tin- com-
nity. Mayoi Possey is unalter-
.11>I> opposed to Ho- reti ntion in
in, ,,i outsiders when local citi-
zens can well till the office. He
is being sponsored by such men
.,. ai>.- Aron wit/, former City
Sol cltor and leader in Jewish com-
munal affairs.
Among the candidates who quali-
fied last Wednesday in the race
f,n i ,' City Comm ssion was Dr
Ralph IV Ferguson, prominent in
local professional, civic and fra-
ternal organizations since li ar
rival in M ami aboill 1". yeat ago
li,- is a native of Terre Hauie,
Intl., married ami lias a Si n at
tending the public schools, lie is
i me ber of Ha- Young Democratic
Chili. Mahl Shrine Temple, Rotary,
Universit) Club, American Legion
mill t'nr several years served on
the City Boxing Commission, lb-
advo ates the abolition fthe of-
fice oi safety director and is op
i.osed in the present Incumbent in
believing there are Buffi
dent Mlamlana qualified tor this
office. li'- is opposed to an in-
rrease n assessments ol real prop-
erty, believes that there should be
:i decrease in license costs tor pro-
fessional and business ]"" li
promises more adequate parks, and
the providing Of utilities and city
advantages to outlying districts of
the cltj He is unalterably < i>
posed to secret meetings of the
City Com Isslon and believes
thesi should be open to the gen-
John \V. DuBose, candidate fin
Hi- City Commission, is a native
of s in li Carolina and a resident
of Florida since one year old He
ins lived continuously in Miami
for the i-ast six years, coming
from Jai ksonville, where he held
municipal office with distinction,
He is a life member of the Mi-lh
odist Church, the K.Iks and the
Shrine; has bad years Of actual
experience in municipal govern-
ment will champion a federal gOV-
eminent standard for the Civil
Service, and real homestead ex-
emotion as contemplated by law:
believes in B City Court operated
not for revenue, and promise- to
rid the city government of its
present outside employes, replac-
ing them with local citizens. He
pledges a sane and reasonable ad-
ministration of all i Ity affairs, if
elected.
Whe re The Sun Never Shines
For Thousands of Jews
Society
Mr. and Mrs .lack Apte have ;i-
their house guest, Mr Murray
Strell oi New York ''ity.
*
The local Junior Council Of Jew-
ish Women is urging the entry cf|
candidates for the Hannah (!.
Solomon Scholarship Fund, which
will result in graduate training in
social service being awarded to
two of the ontestants Applica-
tion- and lull details may he ob-
tained by r tiiiK to the national
office, 221 West 57th, street, Im-
mediately,
On the
Spanish Front
By THOMAS MANN
What Is it that is happening in
Spain1' An oppressed people, bud
In a windowless, heatless. liehtlest
collar dwelling, a Joint Distribution
Committee representative came upon
this Jewish family. Fatherless, their
mother stricken by tuberculosis, the
J.D.C. representative lound the chil-
dren and their mother subsisting on
dry. stale crusts of bread.
Such a situation is the common lot
of thousands of Jews in Poland and
Eastern Europe. To alleviate suffer-
ing, to rehabilitate the lives of millions
of Jews in Poland and Eastern Europe
the J.D.C. is allocating $1,150,000 of
the S3.5O0.OOO to be raised this year
Children such as depicted above, must
I be clothed, fed, given an opportunity
to rebuild their feeble bodies in sum-
mer colonies, and be educated in priv-
ate Jewish schools which the J.D.C j
_helps sustain. Disease stricken adults
thai testifies unmistakably to the
enormous moral i rce which is
IP t |ve here.
The principle of national sell
determination is highly revered i.i
official circles throughout the
world today. Even the dictator-
ships and totalitarian states feel it
necessary nt least to pretend that
|in to hs per cent of their people
are behind them. But it is obvious
thai the military rebellion against
the Spanish Republic does not en
as well as children must be hospital-
ized and given an opportunity to con-
valesce properly in sanatoria and
hospitals which the Joint Distribution
Committee sustains.
Yearly 35.000 tubercular, under-
nourished, and anemic children are
sent to these J DC. summer colonies
to recuperate. Tens of thousands of
children are provided with education
in special schools, both religious aid
secular. Health campaigns by I lie
J DC have helped wipe out fa us
and typhus in Eastern Europe. 1 be
American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee, as the major organization
of its type in America, has expended
approximately S27.000.00O for re-
habilitative work in behalf of Jews in
Poland and Eastern Europe.
of Spain by those European govern-
ments which are interested in the
strangling of freedom and which
are supportingIf they did not
launchhis rebellion. These gov-
ernments, which in their own lands
have displayed a definite mum
tivity to high treason, are helping
a man who is handing his own
country over to foreigners; these
governments, Belf-styled "natl nal
isis." are doing their utmost to
bring to power a man to whom the
independence of his own count y
means nothing when the annihila-
tion of liberty and human linhls
seems attainable, and who i penly
prefers I be death Of two thirds of
the Spanish people to a victory of
the "Marxist" government whlc i,
actually, is a government aspiring
to a better, more equitable and
more humane social order.
The win le business is unspe.ik
ably revolting and evil.
joy the backing of the Spanish peo-
ple, ami cannot even pretend to
have this support; it will require
a successful invasion with Moroc-
can and i tlu-r foreign troops to
create even the possibility ol Buch
a pretense, And while it may not
be entirely clear iusi what the
Spanish people does want, what it
due e not want is perfectly mani-
fest: namely. General Franco.
Vet this rebel has been recog
iiized us the only legitimate rulet
L......
RALPH B.
"DOC"
FERGUSON
The People's Independent
Choice for
CITY
I COMMISSIONER
+ I Paid Political Ad)
w. it Becker, prolnmenl In the
rraternal and civic life ol this co
munlty, former Tax Collectoi of
ii.iii.- Count} and resident ol more
than 2n years, i- waging an at live
i kIu for election to the City com
mission oi Miami at the Insistence
ni any oi the leading citizens of
Miami He ui'ires a return to t '
1933 budget, adherence to the city
< harter, the receipt by the i Ity of
two cents of the gasoline tax. the
elimination of poll taxes In the
city electl ns, against sales tax.
adequate police protection and is
opposed to the retention m office
of the present safety director. He
points to his record In public and
private life as the reason for ids
election to the City commission.
1-; C, Sewell. former Mayor of
Miami, is a resident Of Miami prior
to its Incorporat on as a city and
lias 1.....n Bi tlve in Its civic, busi-
ness ami communal life since hh
arrival here lie has served nv
meroUS terns as president of the
Chamber of commerce, was active
in the establishment of a deep-
water harbor, and has been the
leader In the fight to reduce public
utility rales In Miami
Ills many friends urge bis re-
election to the office of City Com
rnlssloner on his record of achieve
ment for the city, in his well-known
lec-ted to medieval exploitation,
seeks in attain a brighter and ......-e
human life, a social order more
i ompal ble with mi dei n civiliza-
tion. Tin- concepts of liberty and
progress liave nol yet been under-
mined t here, .t represent for this
people the highest value-, indlspen
sable if iis national honor is lo re-
main iitin t li chooses a govern-
ment thai with all the cautl n
dli tated by I ie Bpei i;i circum-
stances prevailing there endeavors
in do away with the mosi flagrant
wrongs, tn ca ry through the most
essential reforms.
Thereupon a military rebellion
flan-- up, at the beiu-st oi the ousted
forces oi exploitation ami oppres-
sion ami with the sup -on of for-
eign countries It flares up briefly,
and is practically quelled when
thesi foreign -< ernments them-
selves anti-libertarian, and further
interested because of promises of
economic and strategic benefits to
accrue to them in the event of a
rebel victorysend to the Insur-
gents finale ial and material sup-
port, men and war materials, so
thai the ever more cruel self-
mutilation of the land must go on
and mi. Against t.is people des-
perately fighting foi its own free
doin ami human rights, its own
colonial troops are brought out.
Foreign bombing planes destroy
its cities, kill its women and chil-
dren and all this invokes the
"national" ideal and calls upon Cod
and cosmic order.
To judge by the biased European
puss. Madrid should have fallen
long ago. and the victory of "Ood
and cosmic order" over the "Marx
1st riff-raff" should be complete.
i:ut Madrid still stands, though
half-demolished, and the Spanish
people Is slill fighting, defending,
Its spiritual life with a courage J
Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach
STATEMENT of CONDITION
Comptroller's Call March 31.1937
RESOURCES
Cash On Hand and Due From Banks...............$3,208,395.53
U. S. Government Bonds ......................... 589,468.72
Municipal Bonds ................................. 105.395.00
Railroad Bonds .................................. 4.850.00
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank.................... 9,000.00
------------------- $3,917.109 25
Loans and Discounts ......................................... 493.991.41
F. H. A. Mortgages ..............................$ 32,776.93
First Mortgage On Improved Real Estate........ 96,030.83
------------------- 188.807.76
Furniture. Fixtures and Alterations........................... 32,747.22
Other Assets ................................................ 3,818.28
$4,636,473.92
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock ................................. $100,000.00
Surpl us ....................................... 200.000.00
Undivided Profits and Reserves .................. 89,139.85
------------------- $ 389.139.85
Deposi,s ...................................................... 4,247,334.07
$4,636,473.92
OFFICERS
PHILIP LIBERMAN
President
JUDSON L. OWEN EDW. MERCER
Vice President Cashier
BERNARD J. WAGNER
Assistant Cashier
DIRECTORS
PHILIP LIBERMAN
President of the Bank
SAMUEL BLANK
President, Florida Sugar
Distributors, Inc.
GEORGE GOLDBERG
President, Florida Wholesale
Grocery Company
ARTHUR S. LAVINE
Fiesident, Oa-Je Pharmacies
G. A. PRICE
President, Royal Palm
Furniture Factories
MEYER RAUZIN
President. Standard Drug and
Sundry Company
G. P. SELIGE
P.-e^ident, Mian i Baking Company


Friday. April 16, 1987
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
Paradoxical
Several weekB ago Pierre Van
Passen, noted Journalist and ardent
non-Jewish Zionist. was the guesl
of the local Zionist District, He
delivered a splendid talk. He was
followed by <>"< of our eloquent
Rabbis with an appeal i r funds
.Hid nothing happened,
The United Jewish Appeal has
been working hard to raise funds
in this area tor the .i i> C. and
for Palestine and bus not
even raised half of the goal set
Several days ago a meeting of
the local Zionist District was
called. A membership drive was
to i> Inaugurated. Notices were
sent to several hundred and
most conspicuous was the absence
of so many, many leading Jewish
i i i/.ens.
And yet paradoxical as it
nay seem ... I attended the
showing of "Tliis is the Land"
Wednesday night at the Plaaa The
atre In Miami Beach. A picture
with the dialogue In Hebrew, the
I rs| picture ever made in Pales-
tine, showing the remarkable prog-
ress of the land of Our Fathers
for fifty years the theatre
was crowded no room was
available and the manager
told me thai this had been true
all day lone .
.lews everywhere Jews
young and old .. Jews who hesi-
tated not to applaud w hen the en-
trance of Allenby and the Jewish
Legion Into Jerusalem was por-
trayed who figuratively rose
to their feet in unrestrained ap-
plause when the late Mayor Disen-
gOff spoke Of Tel Aviv. Who by
their every action showed they
wen- Zionists who showed
their love and affection for Pal
e-tine. .
Where were where are these
jews when we need them tor real
work i Shall they. Heaven fcrbid,
be termed amusement Jews i
Paradoxli al... what do you say;
Society
Ask Recall of German Consul In
Los Angeles
Hollywood. Pal. (WNS) Chare
ine "infringement Of American
diplomatic hospitality" by Dr.
George Oyssling, German consul in
I.is Angeles, the Hollywood ante
Nazi I.eaeue. In a telegram to Sec-
retly of State Hull, requested that
Immediate action be taken toward
his recall The protest resulted
from a letter sent by Gyssllng to
actors appearing in the motion pic-
ture "The Road Rack." The letter,
copies of which were sent to 6(1
members of the cast, "warned" the
actors against "appearing in a pic
tare which Germany disapproved."
ASA CONSEQUENCE of the Nu-
** remburg laws, which literally
moan an economic death to "non-
Aryans," thousands of Jews and non-
Jews have fled from Germany. Not
since the World War have the na-
tions of Europe witnessed such an
exodus of desperate, penniless ref-
ugees,
From America, financial support
to refugee shelters and rehabilita-
tion stations in France, Holland,
Csecho-Slovakla, Austria and provi-
sion for aid to Jews in Germany
has been made chiefly through tho
American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee. At the bottom is shown
an uprooted family of German Jews
seeking shelter in en already over-
crowded J. D. C. sustained refugee
station in France. Center left shows
a refugee family alighting in Metz,
France. At the top is shown a J. I). C
supported food station in Poland
where the economic plight of the
Jew is as desperate as in Germany.
Fader the leadership of Felix M.
Warburg, New York banker and
philanthropist, tho American Jew-
ish Joint Distribution Committee,
]<>o Fast 42nd Street, New York
City, Is conducting for 1936 a na-
tional campaign for $3,500,000 to
continue Its activities of relief and
reconstruction In behalf of needy
and oppressed Jews in Central and
Eastern Europe.
Leaders in the United States have
Bet that sum as the irreducible mini-
mum necessary to continue that or-
ganlsatlon'8 program of aid for Jews
lit Germany, refugees who have fled
io France, Holland, Czechoslovakia
and other countries, and the millions
In Poland, Roumania and other East
Ftiropean countries.
As part of its program the J. D. C.
will contribute toward the program
Involving $15,000,000 of which
J 10,000.000 is to come from America,
'..lilch it is hoped will enable over
u ;'.air-year period approximately
ro.000 '.o 25.000 employable young
..,-.. yearly to emigrate from Ger-
i any.
:-ii'eo 193^ the J. D. C. has spent
.uu-roximatcly $2,000,000 for help to
.us In Germany and in refugee
iiirju. Many non-Jews are among
, receiving this aid. In the past
M icars it has raised and disbursed
,. i una -'. Jews in more than 50 na-
!:,s. n is ncknowlegded lo be the
.'. ;-.ant Jewish philanthropic or-
, filiation in the world.
This Is the Land." the all-
Hebrew talking picture with Eng-
lish sub-titles shown at the Plaza
Theatre Wednesday and Tim sday,
was helil over lor today and Satur-
day because of the tremendous de-
mand. Portraying the history of
Palestine lor the past 50 year- I"'
ginning with the pioneer Bettlers
or the iid "Bllu." the portrayal of
the founding of Tel Aviv with Hie
expressed hope that it would even-
tually have a population of i I thousand and the realisation of a
population Of more than ne hun-
dred and fifty thousand. BCeneS
Showing in vivid pictures the lit''
of the Chalutzlm, life in the col
onies, cities and town sol' Pales-
tine, the building operations, the
Ruttenbera plant, the "Hora"
dances, ail cannot help but brine
enthusiasm to the lew wbo sees
this splendid picture Incidentally,
this picture is owned bv the Jew-
ish National Fund, which derives
a benefit from its show'ne Everv
Jew. man. woman and child, should
I not miss seeing this picture.
" 'Lost Horizon' has certainly
turned the spotlight on Sam Jute.
who appeared as the High Lama
In that outstanding film. His pe
formance is by many rated the
best in this great film offering."
This tribute from a Los Angeles
newspaper film critic is but one
of the many heaped Upon Hie Jew-
ish actor now on the New York
stage in "The Eternal Road "
DR. R. S. AKERS
DENTIST
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Lights From
Shadowland
By LOUIS PEKARSKY
NEWS FROM FILM CAPITAL
f Motion Picture Editor. Seven Arts
Feature Service. Hollywood. Call
In Memoriam
Hollywood film circles this week
mourn the pasing of Edward
Laemmle, veteran motion picture
director and nephew of Carl Laem-
mle. Death was due to a heart
ailment. Edward Laemmle was
born in Chicago October 26th, ls*7.
Hie son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph
Laemmle. He was educated at the
Armour institute of Technology
and after working as a machinist
anil clerk, came to Universal Film
Studios in 1916. His widow. Hie
former Peppi Heller, and two chil-
dren. Carlotta and Constance Laem-
mle, survive.
"Winchell Is a Regular Guy"
The following impression of
Walter Winchell, a< tor-columnist. [
appears in the Studio Club publi-
cation Of 20th Century-Fox studies:
When Walter Winchell made his
debut on the lot to make a mo-
tion picture, there were many of
us readers curiously anxious to see
just what the most talked of news-
paper man in the world Icoked like.
The disappointment must have
been terrific if they expected to
find anything but a gracious, ap-
preciative, charming gentleman.
In less than a week he was the
most popular person on V.6 lot.
the most talked about, and. above
all. a friendly guy mote than will-
ing to do his part any time i r any
where. Everyone in his company
thoroughly enjoyed being with
him. onhids tor Winchell!
More Orchids for Sam Jaffe
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W. RANDLE BECKER
Candidate for City Commissionet
Ex-German Film Chief Welcomed
On his arrival in Hollywood this
week, Rudl Fold, former high ex
ecutive of CFA. Germany's lead-
ing film cempany, was presented
with a parchment scroll of wel-
come signed by numerous celebri-
ties from the movie colony. Feld
is planning to resume bis film
ork here. He was ousted from
his position in Germany when the
Hitler regime came into power be-
cause he is a Jew. He was met
on bis arrival here by his brother,
Fritz Feld, aetor-writer-director
'THIS IS
The Land"
ALL HEBREW DIALOGUE
WITH ENGLISH TITLES
50 Years in the Jewish Homeland
ON THE SAME PROGRAM
with PAUL KELLY and ROSALIND KEITH
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Page Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April 16, 1937
Jacksonville Notes] Tampa Notes
Ai the regular meeting ni the|
Rothschild Young Judean Club held
Mi nday evening at the Jackson
i Jew l-i' ('in, r th< election ol ]
officers ea ilted in the fi llowing ,
being chosen: Julius Roy Sloat,
ii,-ill, ni; Elmer Jacob Setxer,
vii < president; Doris Weiss, Becre
lary; Meyer Harold Weiss. treas-|
ui,i. Sidney I. Lasarow, sergeant-
at-arras; Eunice Davis, reporter.
All officers have already served
one terra and were unanimously
elei ted for a Becond term.
The initiation i f new men
and the installation of officers will
be held In the Temple Home Sun-
da) evening.
A May Day picnic was dei ded
in. the committee on arrangements
ii be api ointed at the nexl me< I
Ing A theatre party for May 111
was planned with an Informal party |
in the Temple home t foil w.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen an-
in,line the birth ol a son on Thurs-
day, April R, In St. Luke's Hos-
pital. Mrs. Cohen, prim to her I
marriage, was Miss Mamie Senter
of Mi ntgomery, Ala.
Mr and Mrs. rharles C. Joffee
announce the birth of a daughter,
Charlottee. on Sunday, April 4. In I
si Vincent's Hospital.
Miss Bertha Rosenblatt, daugh-
ter "I Mr. iitul Mrs. Sam Rosen
Matt, became the bride <>f William
Leon Tobias at a ceremony in the
Jacksonville Jewish Centei recent-
ly, with Rabbi Mi rris I). Margolis
officiating. Mrs Tobias is a gradu-
ate of the Andrew Jackson High
School anil Mr. Tobias is in busi-
ness In West Palm Beach, where
the couple will make their home.
a style show pr< nted by
daughters oi members i f the
Tampa Section, National Council
ol Jewish Women, was I e feature
of the n g ilar monthly meet ing
which was belli ,n Wednesday,
April nth. at the v. M. H. A
Members ami their friends were
invited to attend.
Mrs. Joe Wohl, h tiring i Mil
dent, nil Mrs. Joe Waterman, new
president, ..... selected to attend
the convenii n of the Southern In-
terstate Conference to be held In
Little Rock on Api J 18th to April
20th. They will leave Tampa on
April 16th. Mrs. Waterman has
served as auditor in the Southern
Interstate Conference.
Industry and Religion" is the ser-
mon topic of Rabbi A. s. Klelnfeld
tin ibis Friday night, April 16,
serviie- m i Temple.
Sam Marks has returned fn m
Providence to iu.il>'- his home here.
here.
Miss i-'b rence Pep er is work-
ing In N< Smyrna for two weeks
as err respondent for the News
Join nal.
Y. M. H. A.
A membership breakfast will be
given to all workers on the Mem
i .is ip Drive 'ii Sunday morning,
April 18th, al 10 o'clock, at which
time Monis ii Welsman, who will
direct the drive, will preside.
At 8 o'clock in the evening of
the same day Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman of the Temple Israel of
Miami will deliver an address. All
members, their families and friends
w ill be web mm
Daytona Beach
Notes
Harry K. Brown ol the New
York American Is spending >
eral weeks in Daytona Beach, Btop
ping at the Ocean Shore H tel
Mr. and Mis Louis Ro' bin*.who
spent the winter with their son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Josi ph Ginsberg, have returned to
N.vv York.
in a patty Tuesday nlghl p'ay
Ing shuffleboard and adjourning to
in. i/(i,i ioi dancing afterward
weie Miss Bernice Myers, Mis'"
Cinda Lee, Miss Marian Levey,
Mi-- Marian Rutberg, Albert Rut-
berg. Ned Gordon, Dr. William
Levey, Harry K, Pr wn of New
Vork .-i-'ii Harold Sllverman of
PPi ovidem e.
Mr. ami Mrs Woll of Br loklvr
New Vork. fr'ends ol Mr. and Mrs
i; -oree I lebman, have returned
home after several weeks' stay
here.
Philip Rubin, who was In busi-
ness in' several years ago and
who ias been in Crystal River.
Kla slice, bis Minnie i her t
make his home and opened the
East Coast Salvage Corporation.
His wife ami two dauchters will
hi in i. lat-r In May when school
Is out,
Elmer Setzer, talented young
violinist, was In a recital pn gram
in The Friday Musicale Audit rium
Wednesday evening, April 14th.
Hi- playing was characterized by
i technique, beautiful tonal
qualities and innate musical
ability.
The rapidly progressing Jack-
Bonvilli Chater. No 272 of the
Junior Order "t B'nal B'rlth, pre-
si nted i ......mil annual minstrel
sin n i'ii I da..... last week in the
Ja< ksom llle Jewish Center
The roceeds nf this affair will
L-i ti wards Bending the foil wing
i ites t i the district convention
to be bebl in Atlanta al a lati r
Charles Ghelerter, Al Gold-
stein Meyer Lelbovitz, Julius
Fletcher, Jack Blattner, Rubin
Dqyan, Irving Ghelerter, Leon
Witten, Seymour Hoffenberg, Joe
Falls and Willie Rosenblatt, siil
lull Kass is spun- oi local
rhapti
An Interesting event of the Tem-
ple Sisterhood was the uniongram
aid party last Tuesday in the
Temple Home in Hive ...
Tins party was sponsored by the
uniongram chairman of the Tem-
ple Sisterhood, Mrs. Harry Finkel-
stein, assisted by Mrs. L H
Grunthal, and a capable commit-
tee consisting of Mrs. Harry Gend-
/ier Mrs. A. A. R thschild. Mrs.
p Meyer helm, Mrs. a. Oberdorter,
Mrs. .1. Hlrschberg, Mrs Alex
Mrs. .1. Crass and Mrs. Jacob
Ginsberg will be hostesses at a
Tempi.- i.-raei i ard artj S in.....
night, Api I 241 i. Mrs I N -
was hostess last Sunday night,
awarding prizes to Mrs. it. Wolf,
Mrs. Louis Bobbins, Mrs Mack
Roth, Hany Pepper, Mrs. Ida
Crossberg, Miss Sadie Katz. Mrs.
Louis Roey, Jai h Ginsberg, M b
Th, Ima Schlossbei'-. Mrs. David
Valley, II. Lewis, Mrs. Holme-. E.
P lonsky and Mrs 1! Sherman.
"The Evil i i st Down Sti Ikes in
Jai ii-. \l; Hi ..... LIi pman and
Misses Martha Isaai and Sarah
Harris.
Quiti d la ge audlem e attended
and enjoyed the evenl
Strictly
Confidential
(Continued from Page 3i
lie takes a so. k tit Adi It It
la being whispered thai Mrs. Lecn
Blum, wife ol the French premier
whs admitted to England recently
only after the British Foreign (if
flee had i r< ed hei to promise Bhe
would make no public address, i
. The English wouldn't l i her
off t e boat until they had her
I romise v\"e hear that some
ni Jews are still having their
book- published In Nazilnnd, but
in.dei the names of good Aryans
. And we're ai-o told thai O?"
many is on a hands-d wn Strike
. Whi. 1) means that exc. pt in
official circles and on public oc-
casions the Nazi Balute is dying
out ... A machine w till b ca i
, roduce In facsimile any written
document, printed matter, map.
etc, in three minutes has been In
m nte,i by Manei Levy, a Gi r
man Jewi.-b refugee now living in
Karai hi, India Nldachi I Vis
rael is tie name of a new society
formed In Palestine to help the
isolated Jews in such out f the-
way places as India. China, Yemen
and Ethiopia The Nazis must
believe there is something in a
name The Hitler (iuard leader
who is now dean oi Heidelberg
University is named Krleck, which
means war. while Hindeiei is the
monicker of the Heidi Culture
Chamber's supervisor of the Evan-
gelical press who is threatening to
expel chinch editors who d n't
comply with Nazi orders ... A
new Ashkenazlc synagogue Beating
1,000 people is being built In
Shanghai Pr. Celina Sokolow,
daughter of the late Nahum SokO'
low, is collecting all the letters and
writings of her father preliminary
i the publication of a complete
edition of his works.
Friends of the Dropsle College
for Hebrew and Cognate Learn
ing in Philadelphia are anxiously
watching the reorganization of the
bankrupt Philadelphia Rapid Tran-
sit Company The hulk of the
college's funds are In P. R. T. se-
curities and the whole future ol
the college therefore depends on
the reorganisation ... It is said
that if the reorganization is ol
such a character as to Impall the
college's resources, the institution
may become a part of the gradu
ate school of the University of
Pennsylvania All but sevet
of the 150 manuscripts submitted
in the Jewish prize novel contest
Ol the Jewish Publication SotietJ
have been eliminated.
Warsaw iWNSI Spain will
need 20,.....1,000 Immigrants after
the civil war is ovei to help re-
build the ruined country, Spain's
minister of justice, Sen r Olelvi r,
told the Spanish I 01 respond! hi I I
the Volkszeltung, Warsaw Bandlsi
daily. Spain will i'i en its doi i -
wide to immigrants, including Jews,
he said, but will give first pref-
erence t" Sephardic Jews de-iiiii
to return to Hie land l l their an
cestors.
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Rigid adherence to the city charier
one city manager, not five:
\\e have invested vast sums in a rouri suh for lower
electric liuin rates. Lei the flghi be settled there!
Cities should gel two cents of the state gasollni tax.
Eliminate poll tax t r city election.-.
i i posi -ale- tax in ANY foi m
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Friday. April 10, 1931
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
Page Seven
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
Oft ice Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
11119(1 Albucore Drive 680 N. E. 31st St.
Miami Beach 5-9875 Miami 2-9548
One oi both of th Rabbis will be at the Temple every morn-
ing throughout the year.
25th, for iiiis outstanding event or
the year.
o-
I
CONGREGATIONAL.
At the regular Friday evening
services, this Friday. April ICth,
Rabbi Zwltman will speak on the
subject of "Jewish laity; Fart or
Fancy '" The services will be con-
ducted by Dr. Kaplan
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
in the Religious School assem-
bly last Sunday morning, Mrs,
I......... Levin's (lass presented a
playlet, entitled "A Bird's-eye View
of the Jews In Many Lands." The
playlet was written by the chil-
li en of Hi" class, and was pre
Rented by the Following: Joel
Kuperberg. Rosemond Rubin, Jane
Wolpert, Kmily Feibelman, I. uis
Wolf son, Charles Goldstein, Rita
flyman, Betty Weintrnub, Isabel
Levy, sheila Lewis. Harriett Iteis-
n.'!. Phyllis Rosenthal, Enid Sil-
vern, Shirley Rlchter, Philip Weln
stein, Billy Cohen and Bart Cohen.
The birthdays celebrated were
: OSI Of I.avid l.et;iw. Mnrjorii
Reh-lienbacll, June Levy anil
Elaine Bennett
lifci us School, was featured In the
east.
GENERAL
Rabbi /Hitman has been invited
to be the principal speaker at a
mass meeting in Tampa on Apr i
IKtli. Sunday evening, under the
auspices of the Tampa Jewish
community,
Dr Kaplan addressed the Uni-
versity Women's Club at Mrs
Dobrln's home last Tuesday on the
subject, "World Dictators."
WlamL
Y. M. H. A.
SISTERHOOD
----o
o
The Sisterhood Ol Temple Israel
iponsored a performance of the
piny "Candlelight" by P. '. Wode-
iin'i- at the Federal Theatre of
Miami Among the actors ivhu in
terpreted t he plaj bo i upabl) Ha
riett Damensteln, u former inetn-
Iipi oi Temple Israel eonfii mat on
i I iss, and a graduate ol our Re-
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
digger and heller than eve
the Blogan for this years Gala
Pi ittval and Bazaar, Sunday. April
25th, at the newly remodeled and
.'led "V clubrooms. The at'
tair win mark the fifth year of
existence of the "Y." Co-Chair
men Hen Serkin and \rthur Itlatt,
Led by their committee, are
la In ring diligently to make this
I I grandest affair ever held With-
ill the portals oi the V M, ll A
In their efforts to have more
residents realize there is a v. M.
II. A in theil midst, the sponsors
lave decided to admit everyone
free There will he mush. enter-
tainment and plenty of refresh-
ments tor all, so please have your
friends set aside Sunday. April
SiarlitiK this Monday the "V
ciiii.iooms will open Its doors at
2 p iii. and will remain open un-
til '. Why not make use of club
la. il tie- | li y u Would like to
indulge in the pastime of billiards.
I.....I. ping-pong, social room or
make use of the s lowers, they are
yours for the asking, with or with-
out needles. Dues were due Janu-
ary l. 1937. Have you paid y urst
Are you in good Standing I If not.
Secretary Pete Silverman or
Treasurer Harry Blumln will
gladly receive same any evening,
Don't neglect your (lues. Keep in
good standing in the club. Care-
taker Harry Smart will well .....
...III.
We are now coming into the
BUmmer months and the excuse
that business prevents will no
longer hold water. We all have
time now. so please get your mi
plications at the club from Boris
Srhlachman and go after y tir
friends win. are not members.
Murray and Alan, popular night
club entertainers who have on
many occasions, donated their,
services for worthy organizations,
have consented to remain i ver in
Miami until May H to produce and
play in this famous play, "The
Jazz Singer." They will head a
cast of lu. with Murray playing
the role of Jack Kolilnns and Alan
Mr, Rudelson, and Boris Schlach-
luan a- Cantor Rablnowltz with
I he remaining parts yet to he d:
tributed This play is an authentli
story i .1. i-!i 1 ie in th E '
Sale Ghetto ol New York and the
l,.i i|i in ("hie m.i At tile n: lu
sion of ttii- presentation, Murray
and Alan will leave tor New Rork.
The meti i e b of t' Junior "V"
and the si ga Fraternity combined
forces to fold a inoonl gin horse-
back riding pariy last Tuesda) at
the White Belt Dude Ranch. More
than :!u members attended.
Nominations of officers for the
Junior Division of the Y M. II A
i held last M nday. Out of
a membership of ovet 1 there
must have been at least 7". nomi-
nated to: office Limited s ace
will not permit me to mention the
nominee- but next w.ek at their
election you u ill receive i ie neces-
sary data Remetnbei all mem-
bers must be paid up in order to
V Ie
Mans parents heeded last wee',;'..
(all for youngstets of 12 years aim
i \ e lu enlist in the "Y" il |
Scout Troop six. S' outmaster
Arthur Selevan is happy to state
that 12 new members were added
io their list
The annual Mother's Day pro
gram, which is one of the most
enjoyable Bocial functions on the
Y. w ll. a. calendar, will he held
T I -day. May 1 lib. at the "Y"
clubrooms in charge of .. range-
ments are m ss Kieanor Ruben,
eii !,-. ,\li-- Id Balind Fried-
;, Miss Haun th Schurman, Mrs.
M Shankinan and Miss Josephine
Kolman,
H:ar Ye, Hear Ye!
Our dia iiottdball si'j-i n i- prac-
tically hi 11
Next Sunday at Flamingo Park,
stai ting at p. in., pract ce Bes
si ns will be held. The name of
Carl w.-iiikie i- being mentioned
as our new manager for t ie 1931
season.
in the meantime Captain Davis
Lai kawitz of last year's team,
which finished the season In the
runner up position for the Miami
Beai h League title, will take charge
of the team. Bring your own
gloves and other diamond tail para-
P i aalia.
The Y. M. II. \. p esented Harry
s i art caretaker i f the "Y." with
;. gin mi h s 69th birthday. Yes.
and he's -till as -pry as ever. v_
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DENTIST
lTiil N. w. 36th St.
Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2131
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sa
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!
Pace Eighl
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
Friday, April 1G, 1937
St. Petersburg
Notes
Si vires ari hi Id '. erj Pi Iday
i lug iii i 'ong i eaatlon B'nal
i 1039 Arllnfti n row hi
S ii lock will' an Interesting -i"
mi n by Rabbi Moi ria Baumel.
1.1-1 \\"<111 I ij evening, Vpril
14ih. the newly-organized Order ol
B'nal !''r Hi. Lodge No. l-'i il
whii 'i Mr. \i Alan I-' led
presldi hi. held open !; use and u
social evening ;ii W39 Arlington
avenue. A very enjoyable ilin
was had by .il! K\i y male Israe-
li! .- el I (i Mi- to thin ora inlzation.
ai i!. -. -.i i d.ive in membership
..;. : .. .'.i. e
'I'ii. I., du Auxiliary and Aid
So< let) i i 'ongre^ul mi B'uti
Israel .in- > n lorinR ;i i ard pai tj
Sunday evening, April fsth, ai S
o'cl 11; with Mrs Beatrice Robblnt
ind \h Ri Rul n as hostess* -
Ti urista are welcome,
Miss Ravelle Jacobson Is being
entertaned by her many friends
rior to her man lage t<> Mr
Qeorge Agel of Vermont, which
ill take place in the neat ful
Mrs Abraham Frye Jual returned
Br ckton, Mass., win re she
mended the Brla Milan of her
i-' grandson.
Mr. and Mis David Loebel en-
tertained ii number of frlenda al
cards Tuesday evening, April 13th.
The house waa decorated with
flowers iiml covers were
laid for 23
The World's
Window
ii'ontinued from Page i >
slightly sentimental heart. The be
siegers are al the gate "i youi
city. Voin house la on fire ov
the heada of your children. Nol
nly the houses of your brothers
in Oermany and Poland and Rou
mania. Yours. Even If with the
eyes of the body you cannol set
it. Nothing less will do than the
nii'i of yourself, your voice, your
moral being. This is whal buying
Hi,, shekel means. T.ils is what
public adherence ti the Zionist
, ii :se mean?. Nothing less. i< is
our common i onl agalm i the com-
inoii enemy ol ns nil. n is our
people's front. Our popular front.
on the formation and val r and
perBlste ice of that p pular in nl
oi i11> .i.'wish people today depends
thai people's fate for decades ii
moi fin centuries.
.lows of America, form and sus-
tain tiie popular ii in!
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! Pace Eighl THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN Friday, April 1G, 1937 St. Petersburg Notes Si vires ari hi Id • %  '. erj Pi Iday i • lug iii i 'ong i eaatlon B'nal i 1039 Arllnfti n %  row HI S ii lock will' an Interesting -i" mi n by Rabbi Moi ria Baumel. 1.1-1 \\"•<111• %  -• I IJ evening, Vpril 14ih. the newly-organized Order ol B'nal !''r Hi. Lodge No. l-'i il whii 'i Mr. \i Alan I-' led presldi hi. held open !; use and u social evening ;ii W39 Arlington avenue. A very enjoyable ilin %  was had by .il! K\ i y male Israeli! .el I (i Mito thin ora inlzation. AI i!. -. -.i i d.ive in membership ..;. : .. .'.i. e 'I'ii. I., du Auxiliary and Aid So< let) • i i 'ongre^ul mi B'uti Israel .in> %  n lorinR ;i i ard pai tj Sunday evening, April fsth, ai S o'cl 1 1 ; with Mrs Beatrice Robblnt ind \h Ri • Rul n as hostess* Ti urista are welcome, Miss Ravelle Jacobson Is being entertaned by her many friends %  rior to her man lage t<> Mr Qeorge Agel of Vermont, which ill take place in the neat ful Mrs Abraham Frye Jual returned Br ckton, Mass., win re she mended the Brla Milan of her i-' grandson. Mr. and Mis David Loebel entertained II number of frlenda al cards Tuesday evening, April 13th. The house waa decorated with flowers iiml covers were laid for 23 The World's Window II 'ontinued from Page i > slightly sentimental heart. The be siegers are al the gate "i youi city. Voin house la on fire ov the heada of your children. Nol nly the houses of your brothers in Oermany and Poland and Rou mania. Yours. Even If with the eyes of the body you cannol set it. Nothing less will do than the nii'i of yourself, your voice, your moral being. This is whal buying Hi,, shekel means. T.ils is what public adherence ti the Zionist ii :se mean?. Nothing less. i< is our common i • onl agalm i the cominoii enemy ol ns nil. n is our people's front. Our popular front. on the formation and val r and perBlste ice of that p pular in nl oi i 1 1 > .i. 'wish people today depends thai people's fate for decades ii MOI fin centuries. .lows of America, form and sustain tiie popular ii in! (copyright 1937 by Seven Arts Feature Syndlcatel mODERIl FEATURES ITIake modern Cars You Need Chevrolet's New HighCompression Valve in-Head Engine So good that it gives you both 85 horsepower and ; peak economy. You Need Chevrolet's New All-Silent All-Steel Body The first all-steel bodies You Need Chevrolet's Perfected Hydraulic Brakes The smoothest, safest, most dependable brakes ever built. You Need Chevrolet's Improved Gliding Knee-Action Ridi So safe—so comfortable — so different. You get all these features at lowest cost only in CHEVROLET > FOR ECONOMICAL TRANSPORTATION CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION, Ceneral Motor, Sate. Corporate, DETROIT, MICHIGAN Knmt-Ai tion and Shockproof Suermg on Master he Luxe model* only. Central Mulun Iiistailnunt Plan— monthly paymanu Ui •uif your purtm. THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR PRICED SO LOW C. A. JOHNSEN FLAGLER CHEVROLET CO SOUTHLAND MOTORS, INC 1055 West Flagler Street Phone 2-4118 220 Northeast 13th Street Phone 2-7615



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wJewislh Fllariidli<3i in w COMBINING Title JCWKStl HJtfMty 3&JL QjuxrUJ^ U)JULJBL9^ H Vol. 10.—No. Hi MIAMI. Fl.oitlDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1937 Price Five Cents THE W ORLD'S W INDOW POPULAR FRONT Ry 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. Why d for: p pular : i:i Why do tl to neglect their differences ol oi In ion for t he auke ol i onimoti in tlon B 'i n Be Ihey ha i < %  one enemy the BUI P en nj mi I exp Bed ii one danger the same danger. Tiny know that If that enemy triumphs and thai danger prevails, it will-make no differ nee II. ne, abs lutely none whet e the Individual Btood In matters of ,; into i. He ami all that he stands i menaced by a common mena e and threatened by an equal i He It is weak-minded. H is wicked. 11 i-. above all, Immeasurably stupid. Take the analogy of a besieged civ. Take the analogy of Madrid What would you tMnk Of Madri it II s who refused ti> take part In i'>o defense ol the city because thpy do not at all points agree with tin* principles ol the government | For we know and they know that were Franco and Moms and Italians and Germans to cap hire the city no quarter would he irl i\ n mercy shown, no leniency exercised. To Franco the differ ene-e between a Republican and an anarchist-syndicalist and a tradeunionist is simply no difference at all, Off WOUld come, actually or morally, the heads of all. The United Palestine Apical and the drive to sell shekels coming nt the same time will help I" tesl the temper and common sense and the commen self-preservative instinct of American Jewry, These things will show IIS whether the Jewish people has that minimum instinct tor political action which characterises other peoples. For history has itself rendered utterly vain and empty and meaningless any resistance to the common cause of the Jewish people or any standing aside from that cause \ tlti k age, Me extent of which in. in n c an tell, Is upon us. Right nr w rong, lai ge s< ale e\ acu itlona t on. hlstoi leal p isltlont lire takla i and i -' lake piai e. Ihi most Si i ctai ular and I'ola' d %  •• most : The e Is, while this dark • • refuge or rebirth exmil I i IU ih I'aiesl Ine, ih • w i le n I til '-i ne, i II idlti But Brlti ; > i il i iianei) will witho it question roe • lo limit and ei nfine and pp • that only necessa y re age ml rebirth. It that is permitted I,, i om .''iiui. If the development oi Palestine is harshly ch u ked, S.i'00, -lews in (Mitral and Bast em Europe will I Be I leir only ho e and theit only outloc k and the i only moral support and will nk Into mlse y and R degradation iinparolleled exce t by the Cntouch ibles of India, And that degraded outcast will be In the eyes i f the woi Id the jew, the typical Jew, the representative i the Jewish people and i i nelthet salt Lake City nor to the farthest isles and boundaries of the Western world will the n %vs rail to come thai the Jews are over a great part in' the eart i i iple of outcasts ami untouchables, And nowhere will superstition an I 'amor and the outward pri j, it ni of inner guilt uon sub utltut • inl Bcape-goat fail to ask the question: Then why not here > \'ii eve ( Jewish p sltlon In the w irld and every Jewish point of ppparenl security and every Jewi> i right will be In Imminent danReii There Is one Jewish people There is one Jewish i rohlein which exposes to the light different phases of Itself according to purely outside Btresses. The Jew Who (I "s not give 10 Palestine or buy his shekel, remote as he may seem to himself to be from both Europe and Palestine, breaks thi common front of a people's neces suiy defense and delivers himself and his children up to degradation and despair. The enemy is one. The danger is one. The ruthless conqueror when he enters the sacred city which you and 1 have not defended will OOt ask: were you Orthodox or Liberal, were you Zionist or not, were you Mlzrachl or i member i t Hlstadruth, did you give to the community chest or not, weie you American Demo crat or Republican ; He will not ask He will come with the old, old contemptuous cry i f the Mid die Ages: Hlerosolyma est per dita! Jerusalem is lost! Hep! Il.p' .lied the crusaders as they waded through pools of Jewish blood, Jews of America, see to it that Jerusalem is not i BI again! Don't deceive yourselves. Money must he given. Hut money is not enough. Don't put your ci n sciences off with the exercise <>i rachnt nuth. it will not do. You are not asked to have merely the traditional leh tov. the good and (Continued on Page 8) Beth Jacob Elects Officers K'ei ti II oi oi •! era i r the com. %  ;ir u;i -i hel I at Bel i Jacob Syntigi % % %  i lust ft-eek hen a lai g %  n iinh -r oi in.nbers i ltend 'd Mr. I • r i: nenl com; | IIJ | % %  di nl ol till Me c ml lie Not lonal B ink, u r ele.-ti i P'i B'.II 'til i • th Ihird c n e ill i'.e tini". ()t! ers na e I ei i Il.n i". Wassi rmun, :ii. t vice i resident : I a saru i \in aais. sei and \ i e ml. M Aht uham, i e'ei ted %  in "i. and Mm ris I!. Frank, n • nt tin founders ol thi t on regi tlon, re el< i led seer t ary, Members of the Bo n-d ol Trustees will be named ai a later date The formal Installation ii the officers will take place shortly and will he mnounced in the le i lumns. Zionists To Name Miami Delegates E'ei t ion oi delegates to repn sent tin (ireui 'i Miami '/:• nls District al tho Convenlii n ol tl Xio lit t o i gin I ol \m %  i'' r ("till C'Xt IllOlltll I I P ill Beth David Talmud To tilt II I! ni tl Vlonday, April I'.it'i. Vt i mi ting, "! i li will lie ;i p, in r< % %  i %  • %  %  il the i at In %  m mi:t i nlly % %  v i it -l will •. : %  i t-„i •.•In !i • 11,1111 I. All of the dlstrli i are urged lo atti nd Iti h \ ax Simp! o, ; ri Idenl ... the district, "ill presdie. Jews Forbidden Try Education Board of Deputies „..!""' Goes Democratic London fWNS) Democratic forces in British Jewl*h life gained •in im; ortnnl victory when the Board 01 Deputes of British Jews at it s monthly i I in j voiced ap proval of the report ol a spei lai i; mmitti e named to Investigate I he activities ot the Joint Foreign comntlttee and authorised the appoint ment of B :othei > ommltee to recjinniend changes in the wi iking of the Joint Foreign (' intuit tee. The prin Ipal change is ex; e. ted to be a leorlentation toward the World .le i ish Congress. The .. de oppone it ol i 1 • repi rl was I %  mard M ntefior i, president ofj t!i,' Anglo Jewish Association and' chairman of the Joint Foreign j Committee, In which the Association ami the Hoard ol Deputies are] united In dealing with f ireign affairs, lie said he would resign if the change were adopted. Fascists Beaten In Belgium Brussels (WNS) Belgian Jewry breathed easier us the returns from the special parliamentary election in Brussels Bhowed thai Ihe Fascist Resist party. Which bad made indirect anti-Semitism a part oi its propaganda, had Buffered a crushing defeat, Leon Degrelle, youthful leader of the ReXlStS, who had toned Premiei Paul van Zee land into the election light, "as swamped under an avalanche ol votes. The Rexlsl candidate polled nly 69,242 Mites as against 27".. sin for van Zeeland, a sharp decline over the licxisls' high mark in last year's .lection. All told, %  Fascist candidate received but 19 per cent ol the Votes B8t. Th" rebuke to Fascism was attributed in large measure to a last-minute statement by Cardinal van Koey, Catholic primate of Belgium, who warned the people that Degrelle and his party were a menace to sh ulil support van Zeeland. Belgium and that all Catholics WNS I Jewish comiuu il oiganlzali. n Ii'.was brought 10 a virtual standstill through nt Germany by an order from the secret police banning l.n days all Jewish meetings of anj kl id except synagogue se vie es The order was so phrased as to make it possible fi i g nil 'rings ol % %  n r or ri re .lews to come with n the meaiiin ; of the ban No offl ii.il reason was given for the action, which means that all Jewish societies, organlsati ns, clubs and similar group; must rejse functioning for tw i months. lewisb athletic club *, whose a tivitles had previously been curbed by H similar order, haw taki n i ognlztnce of the new lb" re %  by cati ellng all scheduled meets with Jewi! gro ps abroad, as under i •' new de rei III v will he unable t i pi actl e The i nil. i n Jew ill %  • u %  .nine as a great RUrpi i ie III Jeu ish leaders here. They %  com pletely In Ihe dark as to the rea son f'ii t. but now expect it wl'l be followed by of ev restrictive measures. It Is ex ected that all non-Jewish stores will be forced ii make provision f Ide iff 'In %  themselves as Riuh. The Jewlsli community recalled that In recent weeks police officials had vlsltel Jewish social functions and noted the names of all non-Jewish gue-lc There is widespread fear in Jew Ish quarters that the new decree will b followed by a renewed antilewish agitation, The threat of Imprisonment and c nflscaM-m of •. %  •o"oity hangS over the Jew; dlS obeying the order. Anti-Nazis To To Hold Meetings Paris (WNS) Following a secret meeting of the leaders of the antiNazi German Popular Fn nt at which Helnrich Mann presided, an organized effort to promote widespread ant: Nazi M'-itimenl in Cer many by a concerted campaign of propaganda was launched. The propaganda will be prepared here and smuggled into Germany. The campaign was decided upon, it is reported, as a result of the sin cess fill circulation in Germany of a manifesto of the new German Freedom Party Jewish News Around the World Three Am'-.r. Ore Jew Dead In Renewed Arab Vio'ence Jernsealm KTAOINNCNCN NN IW'XSI I alciir \i-. c-j Mounting n e of Arabi as linsl An bs as well as h | i. -A left in Is wa -, 2' houi n rl a t !l e three : mil nl Ii usi five wu mded. r |u pn ,n, t ne i the Mosq ie ol omai i'i tli • Old City ol Jerusalem was thrown Into a turmoil when a Bedouin opened a volley of gunfire at Arabs leaving the Mosque. F nr were seriously wounded and one slightly. The l: douin, who is believed u> have ailed from political motives, was i :< pi ni i d by bystanders immediately aftet the shooting, but mi ii is of the Mufti's family intervened and aided his escape. The taller and son ol one I i • victims of the shooting were killed by terrorists during the 1936 disturbances on susi ii-ii of having gold land to Jews. Two ol the wounded Vrabs are str ke leaders t' in villages iii the Jerusalem district. Three slain Arabs were found in different pans of the country. One of them, a visitor from Da%  ia8CU8, was shot to death w die walking in the municipal gardens ol Narretb. Am ther Arab w is found shot dead near Varki na. the settlement where Malll Engelsrad, of a setti.". ,\.is fatally wounded by bullets believed ihave been rired by a gang ol assassins from a neighboring Arab village. T i, third violent death was that .u ibraham Yussof, Arab advocate and vice mayor of Tiberias, who u.islaill in an Arab village near Bafed as he WHS leaving hisister's wedding party. New York (WN8I The Nazi regime is doomed, ii may rail ovei night or it may take years, but iend is inevitable, T tomas Mann. German Nobel Prize "inner whom the Nazis deprived of his citizenship, predicted on his arrival here for a series of lectures unde the auspices of the American Guild for German Cultural Freedom. Ad1 milted to the United staleon a Czechoslovak passport as a result i of his having been granted hon' orary citizenship by a Czech town, the famous n vellst said that < n'y "the fear of war and the conviction that war for Germany would mean the end of thai nation P'ishes the German people forward." He declared that "the conviction witin the people becomes m re end mole general that the so-called 'success' of the regime cannot and will not stand a real test, that it is a game of bankruptcy which must 'td to a fatal end." A ing that morally Germany ialready finished because the peo"le have no faith In the warlike mission preached bv its ieoi,<--s. he added that the Reich "feels already betrayed, it feels huniillald and ashamed before the world."



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Friday. April 10, 1931 THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN Page Seven BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. Oft ice Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 11119(1 Albucore Drive 680 N. E. 31st St. Miami Beach 5-9875 Miami 2-9548 One oi both of th Rabbis will be at the Temple every morning throughout the year. 25th, for iiiis outstanding event or the year. oI CONGREGATIONAL. At the regular Friday evening services, this Friday. April ICth, Rabbi Zwltman will speak on the subject of "Jewish laity; Fart or Fancy '" The services will be conducted by Dr. Kaplan RELIGIOUS SCHOOL in the Religious School assembly last Sunday morning, Mrs, I Levin's (lass presented a playlet, entitled "A Bird's-eye View of the Jews In Many Lands." The playlet was written by the chilli en of Hi" class, and was pre Rented by the Following: Joel Kuperberg. Rosemond Rubin, Jane Wolpert, Kmily Feibelman, I. uis Wolf son, Charles Goldstein, Rita flyman, Betty Weintrnub, Isabel Levy, sheila Lewis. Harriett Iteisn.'!. Phyllis Rosenthal, Enid Silvern, Shirley Rlchter, Philip Weln stein, Billy Cohen and Bart Cohen. The birthdays celebrated were : OSI Of I.avid l.et;iw. Mnrjorii Reh-lienbacll, June Levy anil Elaine Bennett lifci us School, was featured In the east. GENERAL Rabbi /Hitman has been invited to be the principal speaker at a mass meeting in Tampa on Apr i IKtli. Sunday evening, under the auspices of the Tampa Jewish community, Dr Kaplan addressed the University Women's Club at Mrs Dobrln's home last Tuesday on the subject, "World Dictators." WlamL Y. M. H. A. SISTERHOOD o —o The Sisterhood Ol Temple Israel iponsored a performance of the piny "Candlelight" by P. '. Wodeiin'iat the Federal Theatre of Miami Among the actors ivhu in terpreted t he plaj BO I upabl) Ha riett Damensteln, u former inetnIIPI oi Temple Israel eonfii mat on i I iss, and a graduate ol our ReBy HARRY SCHWARTZ digger and heller than eve the Blogan for this years Gala Pi ittval and Bazaar, Sunday. April 25th, at the newly remodeled and %  %  .'led "V clubrooms. The at' tair win mark the fifth year of existence of the "Y." Co-Chair men Hen Serkin and \rthur Itlatt, Led by their committee, are la In ring diligently to make this I I grandest affair ever held Withill the portals oi the V M, ll A IN their efforts to have more residents realize there is a v. M. II. A in theil midst, the sponsors lave decided to admit everyone free There will he mush. entertainment and plenty of refreshments tor all, so please have your friends set aside Sunday. April SiarlitiK this Monday the "V ciiii.iooms will open Its doors at 2 p III. and will remain open until '. Why not make use of club la. il tie| li y u Would like to indulge in the pastime of billiards. I I. ping-pong, social room or make use of the s lowers, they are yours for the asking, with or without needles. Dues were due January l. 1937. Have you paid y urst Are you in good Standing I If not. Secretary Pete Silverman or Treasurer Harry Blumln will gladly receive same any evening, Don't neglect your (lues. Keep in good standing in the club. Caretaker Harry Smart will well ...III. We are now coming into the BUmmer months and the excuse that business prevents will no longer hold water. We all have time now. so please get your MI plications at the club from Boris Srhlachman and go after y tir friends win. are not members. Murray and Alan, popular night club entertainers who have on many occasions, donated their, services for worthy organizations, have consented to remain i ver in Miami until May H to produce and play in this famous play, "The Jazz Singer." They will head a cast of lu. with Murray playing the role of Jack Kolilnns and Alan Mr, Rudelson, and Boris Schlachluan aCantor Rablnowltz with I he remaining parts yet to he d : tributed This play is an authentli story %  i .1. i-!i 1 ie in th E Sale Ghetto ol New York and the l,.i i|i in ( "hie m.i At tile n: lu sion of ttiipresentation, Murray and Alan will leave tor New Rork. The meti i e B of t' Junior "V" and the si ga Fraternity combined forces to fold a inoonl gin horseback riding pariy last Tuesda) at the White Belt Dude Ranch. More than :!u members attended. Nominations of officers for the Junior Division of the Y M. II A %  i held last M nday. Out of a membership of ovet 1 •" there must have been at least 7". nominated to: office Limited s ace will not permit me to mention the nomineebut next w.ek at their election you u ill receive i ie necessary data Remetnbei all members must be paid up in order to V Ie Mans parents heeded last wee',;'.. (all for youngstets of 12 years aim i \ e lu enlist in the "Y" il | Scout Troop six. S' outmaster Arthur Selevan is happy to state that 12 new members were added io their list The annual Mother's Day pro gram, which is one of the most enjoyable Bocial functions on the Y. w ll. A. calendar, will he held T I -day. May 1 lib. at the "Y" clubrooms in charge of .. rangements are M ss Kieanor Ruben, %  eii !,-. ,\li-Id Balind Fried;, Miss Haun th Schurman, Mrs. M Shankinan and Miss Josephine Kolman, H:ar Ye, Hear Ye! Our dia iiottdball si'j-i n ipractically hi 11 Next Sunday at Flamingo Park, stai ting at p. in., pract ce Bes si ns will be held. The name of Carl w.-iiikie ibeing mentioned as our new manager for t ie 1931 season. in the meantime Captain Davis Lai kawitz of last year's team, which finished the season In the runner up position for the Miami Beai h League title, will take charge of the team. Bring your own gloves and other diamond tail paraP i aalia. The Y. M. II. \. p esented Harry s i art caretaker i f the "Y." with ;. gin mi h s 69th birthday. Yes. and he's -till as -pry as ever. v_ PR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST lTiil N. w. 36th St. Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2131 Cg gSfr Dr. Miles Nervine (Liquid or Effervescent Tablets) Soothes irritated nerves, permits refreshing: sleep, helps you to "get hold of yourself." wiEARLY everyone is nervous these days. Financial J !" "? eS> S rCet and home noisos Iate hour *. hard work and exciting recreation put a strain on the nervous system that brings on Sleeplessness, Nervous Headache, Nervous Indigestion, Restlessness, Irritability. n,,^ i atta -^u f :ie r ve ? may make vou lse friends, quarrel with your husband or wife, appear a tyrant to your children. DR. MILES NERVINE has been soothing the nerves I. I ", F nearIy 60 years If y u are nervous, get a bottle or package at your druggist He will refund your money if you are not entirely satisfied with the resuits. Large package or nottle-Sl.OO. Small package or bottIc-25c O ff. MILES ERVINE sa More anil more people arc staying through the late Spring in Florida. They've found it's the best time of the year. Here, no biting, cold, late Spring winds make them miserable—no unexpected cold spells bring on flu, bad colds, and other post-winter maladies. Breezes from the Atlantic, Gulf, and thousands of lakes scattered over Florida bring delightful days that arc pleasant, leisurely, languorous... and the sun offers more beneficial rays for health and rccujx'ration. Stay through May, just once—and you'll stay every year!



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, April 16, 1937 Jacksonville Notes] Tampa Notes Ai the regular meeting ni the| Rothschild Young Judean Club held Mi nday evening at the Jackson i Jew l-i' ('••in, r th< election ol ] officers ea ilted in the fi llowing being chosen: Julius Roy Sloat, ii,-ill, ni ; Elmer Jacob Setxer, vii < %  president; Doris Weiss, Becre lary; Meyer Harold Weiss. treas-| ui,i. Sidney I. Lasarow, sergeantat-arras; Eunice Davis, reporter. All officers have already served one terra and were unanimously elei ted for a Becond term. The initiation i f new men and the installation of officers will be held In the Temple Home Sunda) evening. A May Day picnic was dei ded in. the committee on arrangements ii be api ointed at the nexl me< I Ing A theatre party for May 111 was planned with an Informal party | in the Temple home t foil w. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen anin,line the birth ol a son on Thursday, April R, In St. Luke's Hospital. Mrs. Cohen, prim to her I marriage, was Miss Mamie Senter of Mi ntgomery, Ala. Mr and Mrs. rharles C. Joffee announce the birth of a daughter, Charlottee. on Sunday, April 4. In I si Vincent's Hospital. Miss Bertha Rosenblatt, daughter "I Mr. iitul Mrs. Sam Rosen Matt, became the bride <>f William Leon Tobias at a ceremony in the Jacksonville Jewish Centei recently, with Rabbi Mi rris I). Margolis officiating. Mrs Tobias is a graduate of the Andrew Jackson High School anil Mr. Tobias is in business In West Palm Beach, where the couple will make their home. A style show pr< -• nted by daughters oi members i f the Tampa Section, National Council ol Jewish Women, was I e feature of the n g ilar monthly meet ing which was belli ,n Wednesday, April nth. at the v. M. H. A Members ami their friends were invited to attend. Mrs. Joe Wohl, H tiring i Mil dent, .• nil Mrs. Joe Waterman, new president, selected to attend the convenii n of the Southern Interstate Conference to be held In Little Rock on Api J 18th to April 20th. They will leave Tampa on April 16th. Mrs. Waterman has served as auditor in the Southern Interstate Conference. Industry and Religion" is the sermon topic of Rabbi A. s. Klelnfeld tin ibis Friday night, April 16, serviiem i • Temple. Sam Marks has returned fn m Providence to iu.il>'his home here. here. Miss i-'b rence Pep er is working In N< Smyrna for two weeks as err respondent for the News Join nal. Y. M. H. A. A membership breakfast will be given to all workers on the Mem i .is ip Drive 'ii Sunday morning, April 18th, al 10 o'clock, at which time Mon i s ii Welsman, who will direct the drive, will preside. At 8 o'clock in the evening of the same day Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of the Temple Israel of Miami will deliver an address. All members, their families and friends w ill be web mm Daytona Beach Notes Harry K. Brown ol the New York American Is spending -• > eral weeks in Daytona Beach, Btop ping at the Ocean Shore H tel Mr. and Mis Louis Ro' bin*.who spent the winter with their sonin-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Josi ph Ginsberg, have returned to N.vv York. in a patty Tuesday nlghl p'ay Ing shuffleboard and adjourning to IN. i/(i,i ioi dancing afterward weie Miss Bernice Myers, Mis'" Cinda Lee, Miss Marian Levey, Mi-Marian Rutberg, Albert Rutberg. Ned Gordon, Dr. William Levey, Harry K, Pr wn of New Vork .-i-'ii Harold Sllverman of PPi ovidem e. Mr. ami Mrs Woll of Br loklvr New Vork. fr'ends ol Mr. and Mrs i; -oree I lebman, have returned home after several weeks' stay here. Philip Rubin, who was In business in' several years ago and who ias been in Crystal River. Kla slice, bis Minnie i her t make his home and opened the East Coast Salvage Corporation. His wife ami two dauchters will hi in i. %  lat-r In May when school Is out, Elmer Setzer, talented young violinist, was In a recital pn gram in The Friday Musicale Audit rium Wednesday evening, April 14th. Hiplaying was characterized by %  i technique, beautiful tonal qualities and innate musical ability. The rapidly progressing JackBonvilli Chater. No 272 of the Junior Order "t B'nal B'rlth, presi nted i %  mil annual minstrel sin n I'II I da last week in the Ja< ksom llle Jewish Center The roceeds nf this affair will L-i ti wards Bending the foil wing i ites t i the district convention to be bebl in Atlanta al a lati r Charles Ghelerter, Al Goldstein Meyer Lelbovitz, Julius Fletcher, Jack Blattner, Rubin Dqyan, Irving Ghelerter, Leon Witten, Seymour Hoffenberg, Joe Falls and Willie Rosenblatt, siil lull Kass is spun%  oi •• local rhapti An Interesting event of the Temple Sisterhood was the uniongram %  aid party last Tuesday in the Temple Home in Hive ... Tins party was sponsored by the uniongram chairman of the Temple Sisterhood, Mrs. Harry Finkelstein, assisted by Mrs. L H Grunthal, and a capable committee consisting of Mrs. Harry Gend/ier Mrs. A. A. R thschild. Mrs. p Meyer helm, Mrs. A. Oberdorter, Mrs. .1. Hlrschberg, Mrs Alex Mrs. .1. Crass and Mrs. Jacob Ginsberg will be hostesses at a Tempi.i.-raei i ard artj S in night, Api I 241 i. Mrs I N was hostess last Sunday night, awarding prizes to Mrs. it. Wolf, Mrs. Louis Bobbins, Mrs Mack Roth, Hany Pepper, Mrs. Ida Crossberg, Miss Sadie Katz. Mrs. Louis Roey, Jai h Ginsberg, M B Th, Ima Schlossbei -. Mrs. David Valley, II. Lewis, Mrs. Holme-. E. P lonsky and Mrs 1! Sherman. "The Evil i i st Down Sti Ikes in Jai %  ii-. \l; Hi • LIi pman and Misses Martha Isaai and Sarah Harris. Quiti D la • ge audlem e attended and enjoyed the evenl Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page 3i lie takes a so. k tit Adi It It la being whispered thai Mrs. Lecn Blum, wife ol the French premier WHS admitted to England recently only after the British Foreign (if flee had i r< ed hei to promise Bhe would make no public address, i The English wouldn't l i her off t e boat until they had her I romise v\"e hear that some ni Jews are still having their bookpublished In Nazilnnd, but in.dei the names of good Aryans And we're ai-o told thai O?" many is on a hands-d wn Strike Whi. 1) means that exc. pt in official circles and on public occasions the Nazi Balute is dying out ... A machine w till b ca i roduce In facsimile any written document, printed matter, map. etc, in three minutes has been In M nte,i by Manei Levy, a Gi r man Jewi.-b refugee now living in Karai hi, India Nldachi I Vis rael is tie name of a new society formed In Palestine to help the isolated Jews in such out f theway places as India. China, Yemen and Ethiopia The Nazis must believe there is something in a name The Hitler (iuard leader who is now dean oi Heidelberg University is named Krleck, which means war. while Hindeiei is the monicker of the Heidi Culture Chamber's supervisor of the Evangelical press who is threatening to expel chinch editors who d n't comply with Nazi orders ... A new Ashkenazlc synagogue Beating 1,000 people is being built In Shanghai Pr. Celina Sokolow, daughter of the late Nahum SokO' low, is collecting all the letters and writings of her father preliminary i the publication of a complete edition of his works. Friends of the Dropsle College for Hebrew and Cognate Learn ing in Philadelphia are anxiously watching the reorganization of the bankrupt Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company The hulk of the college's funds are In P. R. T. securities and the whole future ol the college therefore depends on the reorganisation ... It is said that if the reorganization is ol such a character as to Impall the college's resources, the institution may become a part of the gradu ate school of the University of Pennsylvania All but sevet of the 150 manuscripts submitted in the Jewish prize novel contest Ol the Jewish Publication SotietJ have been eliminated. Warsaw iWNSI —Spain will need 20, 1,000 Immigrants after the civil war is ovei to help rebuild the ruined country, Spain's minister of justice, Sen r Olelvi r, told the Spanish I 01 respond! hi I I the Volkszeltung, Warsaw Bandlsi daily. Spain will i'i en its doi i wide to immigrants, including Jews, he said, but will give first preference t" Sephardic Jews de-iiiii to return to Hie land l l their an cestors. One-Half Price SALE Men's Clothing Positively the Year's Greatest Clothing Values BROKEN LOTS TAKEN FROM THIS SEASON'S BEST SELLERS Famous GRIFFON White Double-Breasted GABERDINE SUITS 4(29.50 Values .•i:{.").(l() Values .$14.75 ...$17.50 JUDGE for YOURSELF! W. Randle Becker Believes In— Return i" 1933 budget ami Bave $l.oo, : Rigid adherence to the city charier ONE city manager, NOT FIVE: \\e have invested vast sums in a rouri suh for lower electric liuin rates. Lei the flghi be settled there! Cities should gel two cents of the state gasollni tax. Eliminate poll tax t r city election.-. i i posi -aletax in ANY foi m More adeq ate police protection. Kavanaugn Is NOT a campaign Issue ll' Is through! If You Agree W. RANDLE BECKER for CITY COMMISSIONER 1-2 Price TROPICALS and CRASHES Single and DoubleBreasted Models 1-2 Price $20.00 Values ... $10.03 FOR HARD TO-FIT MEN Short Stouts — Stouts Longs 1-2 Price .+2:i.0ll Valm. .•f2!t..")0 Values $35.00 Value. $12.50 $14.25 $17.50 John W. DuBose FOR CITY COMMISSIONER AMI A NEW DAY IN OUi 4, CITY GOVERNMENT .+ j SPORT PANT^ $800—$8.50 and $10.00 VALUES 85.50 v FRANK OLKOWSKy X&7I t. %*4* Ovt ^ ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 26th St. Phon< 2-370S Hotel Astor Washington al 10th St. MIAMI BEACH 70 rooms, each with bath: radio in every room; steam heated; spacious lobby, enclosed sun parlor, beautiful patio, free solarium. D. ROSNER Owner and Operator IT^ E. C O R D O N Jewish Rituals Vire-I'resident CARTER & WIX80M, Inc. FINER A I. DIRECTORS 514 W. Flaeler St. Phone 2-SI21 Residence I'hone 2-1.198 %  XCLUBIVB ROOM'S KOK JEWISH CA8E8 1208 S. W. EIGHTH ST. 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Friday. April HI. 11)37 Till: JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti IFIIanJdliiaiin ILOKIUA S ONLY 'KW :sM Whl.LU PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I v II,. JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. V () B. \ %  • -i PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S W. Second Avenue Phones 2 1141; 21183 (•liri;, c-i which tin' rathera and nineteen si idents. Nine ot the 16 incles o( many i you are memscientists wh teach at the Tech iers. Foi some years now this BOnlcal College, i>\ th" way, an >• i le:y has been maintaining the s rrom Naziland. :i lei Foundations In many Amerl Mr. Wot Id supposes thai mosl .1 LOWS RHOrHET, Editor KUKI) K. SHOCHET, Cireulrtlnn Manager m:i(VM(li MOROENSTERN FI, M Ri pre** :iaii v,Ir I. v tecond claa* matter Jub I, IS80 ::t the Pout Office nt Miami, Florida, unite r ih,' An %  ( March 8, 1 -T-.i. ST. PETERSBI'Rfi MRS. KOSK M. RUBIN Reprctaantativa WEST I'M M BEACH MRS M. SC'HRF.HNICK It. i resent tive OKLANl'O MRS, B. J COHEN K.-pr, -> ntativa TAMPA MRS. M. II. KISLER R. nreaentative Six Mnntha On, Vein srHSCHll-IION 11.oo FRIDAY. APRIL 16, 1937 Vol. 10—No. 16 of von have not yel heard of tin an universities, where Jewish si agreat I i eni i> :. i can Und a so lal tenter inJ mathematician, philosopher and Rene Descartes, .eep ali.e their Jewish cultural though your elder brothers and %  leritage. Mr. World hopes that ters probably studied his work ,n II of you will have an opportucollege. On .Inn.. Mh ol this irea. ilty to g to a college where there >e *> : '"' Strictly Confidential Tid'oits frcm Everywhere Ey PHINEA3 J EIRON Listen to This hi/, la femme" would h < a goi d tip to those liii it ni the ant.'I bji king the Na .i mo e menl in this country We ia. it on good authority t lial the .. Ij. is such a Hllle] Foundation, BO "" :! """' anniversary of the pubha: you w.ll hahto see foi Nation of Descartes' hook on .in,„,„,. initials are H. F s. is oao yourselves the fine work that i'y geometery, a subje:! which ,„ ,,„, k ,. y figures in New Yorks „.,, lt ,1,,,,,. Iiv ||„, B'nal B'rith '''•'>' s, m 1 rather complicated to -,|,,i,•• anu thai Bhe traces her a.ithere. •'"'"• '"" which na8 '"' "'"" '" '" cestry back a couple of generations lortanl in modern Bclenre vhat its iM America • She's als said Inventor's name is known through,,, De ,,„,. ,,, h avy ,. m i,ih t us nit the world. To celebrate the ,,, ;1 number of alii i-hait ng outtercentennary which means ihe rjls incidentally, New York's SiOth anniversary ol Descartes' hlgh BOclety folks have taken to "Method" ias the book in which attending Nazi parties he announced bis Invention is 21 r 1thoughts an' called forth by a survey conducted for the li nal It'rith by Rabbi Lee .I LevinLIT to disc ver just how many Jews are included among the college students of the United state< snd Canada. He found that among lw 1,150.000 si uti-':it s registered in Thai mysterious fraternal order knewn known) an international PhilOSO„ g ,,,,, Mi Ml |,. ,|„|, wh!cn h( San 1.319 ooHeges and universities 105,P her8 Congress will be held in K ,,, ll( isi ic .,, .„.,. investigating. 010. or nearly onetenth, are Jews, '' ; s ; "" 1 ""' ^airman ol thai while there are IT; colleges with congress will be M nrl Bergson. no Jewish students, other figures the famous Jewish phllcsopher md compiled by Dr. Levlnger show that *'•"' Pr,M l! 1 1 while the entire population f Jew-baiting, the whispering <2 is a college student. And anther s,t of figures gives yon boys 1 eh: n-e 10 crow over your sisters land hew you love that!): For while among college students In general there is a co-ed for every voung min. among l*ie Jewish r 1 %  ••c stm'p'ts the boys outnunibei he girls by two t': one. Over In Germany, where they don't alb w Jews to study in the universities, a famous school is planning to celebrate its 200th anPrise winmr and a great nodical scientist, preferred the catholic recampaign aaalnsl Sidney Hlllman on the part Ol labor li is'in : bustliglon to Judaism. Bui it does n ,, ss ,„,.,, |„ the Sjuth igro ng seem thai Dr. Landsteiner went too louder. nlversary this year, it la the I'ni tar when he appealed to th urts 10 prevent the i ubllshers 1 "Who's Who in American Jewry" from 1st Ing his name In It, on 1 ii grounds tat this would hint ins career. wcisi of all. Dr. Landsteiner doesn'l want bis son 10 know that lie is of Jewish ancestry. Mr. versify of Ooettingen, where in the past s-mie no'ed Jewish schi lars *;ni:ht. Inn which now. tinder Hit'er. welcomes only "Aryan-." This inlversity has Invited representatives cf many foreign universltle ••> attend its celehrath n, and Mr. World is ha>|iy to report thai >ix •'•inious Br'tlsh universities have ilready refused the invitation, by vav 1 f pr< lest agl Insl 'Inmethods if the Hitler government. in Vmerlca many universities and colEoycott News Germany K<-I< revenue out cf every picture shown in this country regardless of where it is made The basic patents on 1 le talkies are German-owned and parleys are under way between the Non-SeeWorld hopes that when the y ung \ ,...,, ... %  ,. hi„;tarlan Antl-Nasl League ami the Joinl Boycott Council foi a united Landsteiner (Lies discover thai his fat ler as born a Jew be will have sense nough to he pro.id of his heritage. As for Dr. Landsteiner himself as a great J< wish scien ei, hvlndtng New York's great tl who Is proud ol his Jewish [Cl'y Colleee and all the clleges ness has Indicated, the Jewls pei in Virginia and Wesl Virginia, P'-e can gel along quite well with have also declined the Invitation. '" "ie-i who haven't ihe Btren^th ami it is hoped thai practcally all of character to bear the bu dens By FLORENCE Mr. World's Questions See how many of these questions you can answer after you have read Mr. World's "Ask Me Another" Chat." 1. Who maintains the Mini Foundations in many American colleges / 2. How many Jewish college students are there in the United States and Canada > ". Mow many Jewish pirls are Included among these students | 4 Why are many American and British universities refusing the invitation of Goettlngen University to attend Its bicentennial celebration • ROTHSCHILD :. Under whose auspli es Is an .dueuii nal experiment being carried on at Port Arthur. Texas I 6, Whs is Ur. Hugo Bergmann j 7. When was the Hebrew Technical College of Haifa. Palestine, founded v Name two Nobel Prize winhers wlio. (hough born Jews, are now Catholics !•. What kind of laboratory have some young Orth.do.x Jews established in. Where did four young Russian Jewish violinists win coveted prizes 1 cur greal universities will follow their example. 80 far only Harvard ha accepted the Nazi Invltat' n ind wh'le all cf us wish that President ''e.nanl of t'-"t u-'ivo-s'tv had net agreed to -end representatives : Ooettingen, we cannol very well %  • 11 e him of being in sympathy with the Nazis, fo: he had on vari ous occasions made it clear that he hano use for their ideas and system. An Interesting 1 erlmenl in education is being carried on now in Port \rtbnr. Texas, where there is tr university inn where there are a greal many college graduates that fate Heaps upen the lews. A new sort of scientific laboratory has been sel up in New York, bj the way. ur the ; urpose 1 testing various fi od pr< ducts 1 r kashrulh. Th.laboratory ra b -en established by Young Mrael, a group of Orthodox young !" %  ip'-e who feel that the knowledge I modern scientistcan he very use ml to them in finding oul wh< thi r some of the more complicated modem foods are really kosher. To turn tiom science t th< arts before we ri ai h the end of this 1 chat. Mr. World wants to tell yon of the triumph of four young Jew who would like to study further ish viol nists from Soviel Russia Thanks to the efforts of tieRev. w. Meade Brown of st, George Episcopal Church ami Rabbi Selwyn l). Rnshlander of Rodef Shalom Synagogue, advance courses have been established in this town: as the instructors are not paid for their services, and both the church and the synagogue let their faclll ties be used f-oe of charge for the (lasses, all those who want to study In Port Arthur may take c urses Ithout paying any fees. In Palestine tie Hebrew Universitythe rector of which, Dr. Hugo Bergmann, la visiting America right now—graduated sixteen students during I'assover Week, and No doubt all of you boys and girls have heard of the B'nal B'rith, the large Jewish fraternal who carried 1 tf tour of the firsl six prizes in the International Vsave violinists' competitic n at Brussels, Relglum, recently. The winner of the fir-t prize was David OlStrach, and two Jewish girls and another young man won the third, fourth and sixth t rizes All .d which remind5 Mi. World that George Szell, <; irman-Jewlsl musician who bad 1 li ive Ger many when the Nazis came into power, has been named conductor 0) t Scol I' Symphony Orchostt; of Glasgow. Scotland. It is bits of news like this that prove to till of us that (here is still h pe foi the European world, and that then the Hebrew Technical College of are many countries there whlcl Haifa. Which is now celebrating the have nit yet become victims ol 2Rth annlversury of its founding, the Nazi poison. For us ir. handed out engineering degrees to America all this Nazi buslnesi boycott front Ami n^ the de mands said to be made by the Anti-Nazi League as a condl'l m for unity is ihe ailopt'on of a new name which WOtlld enable it I Ira Til -1 iII something of its Identity and an agreement that the Vmetn an Ji ,-. is'i Congress and t 1 '-.' %  "."ish Lib r Committee, who constitute the Boycott Council, w n't talk Kill n their a-peilfor fund. Ilon'i !i r Bnyo"e tell you 'ha' German optical gli-^s is Indispei American chemists hnvc n >v developed a glass which ifir superior to 'he Qei man i rrducl inn American i> •-" guzzlers still lik" German brews Imports id' German beer ro"e from : % %  %  1 gallons n 1934 lo S00 >00 in 1931! and nearly 01 gallons in lf>r?B columnist Milton Sussman ot the Pittsburgh Jewish Criterion bis disc \ %  • %  • %  -I thai a stei-nbin company is nrikIng BPPI lal v r'd crn'sea wbi lr (•• %  refiiliy omit Germany from thir Itineraries Certain clausein the renewal of the IfllB Pol'hGerman commTcial tie itv will make hard sledd ng fi 1 Ihe b y cotl In Poland. x> Across the Pond ""* MIMInns 1 f good Nazis are 1 uie hin Hitler every day ... A new German stamp has ner Fuehrer's picture en it so every time a Nazi pushei his fist down on the St ami (I'ontinued on Page fil seems to i,e very far away—hut till of us. even the youngest among us. must watch it and d all we can to prevent its spreading, for even In America there are a fewpeople who are trying to spread lin-Amerlcan prejudices and hatreds in our land.



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN Friday, April 16, 1037 Political Briefs ability and determination t" Hold the city's Interest above that of petty BelflBh Individuals Beginning I ils campaign for re, ei tlon to the City Commission ..i Miami, Mayor A i' H. Posse) qualified here this week with the largest number of pel tloners ol all the candidates. Mayor Possey, who became Cltj Commlssl ner in in:::: and Mayor in 1936, lias been one HI the most active communal and i i* iresidenl of Hi'' Miami Realty Board; responsible for the erection 11 the much needed Miami Orange Bowl Stadium; was a leader in the fight which resulted in the reda. i on ol" the price ol milk to the onsttmer, ami in the adoption of ;m ordinance requiring the regie tration ol criminals as a protection i,,1the decent citizens i tincomnity. Mayoi Possey is unalter.11>I> opposed to Horeti ntion in in, %  ,,i outsiders when local citizens can well till the office. He is being sponsored by such men .,. AI>.Aron wit/, former City Sol cltor and leader in Jewish communal affairs. Among the candidates who qualified last Wednesday in the race f,n i ,' City Comm ssion was Dr Ralph IV Ferguson, prominent in local professional, civic and fraternal organizations since li ar rival in M ami aboill 1". yeat ago li,is a native of Terre Hauie, Intl., married ami lias a Si n at tending the public schools, lie is i me ber of HaYoung Democratic Chili. Mahl Shrine Temple, Rotary, Universit) Club, American Legion mill t'nr several years served on the City Boxing Commission, lbadvo ates the abolition fthe office oi safety director and is op i.osed in the present Incumbent in believing there are Buffi dent Mlamlana qualified tor this office. li'is opposed to an inrrease n assessments ol real property, believes that there should be :i decrease in license costs tor professional and business ]" %  li promises more adequate parks, and the providing Of utilities and city advantages to outlying districts of the cltj He is unalterably < i> posed to secret meetings of the City Com %  Isslon and believes thesi should be open to the genJohn \V. DuBose, candidate fin HiCity Commission, is a native of s in li Carolina and a resident of Florida since one year old He ins lived continuously in Miami for the i-ast six years, coming from Jai ksonville, where he held municipal office with distinction, He is a life member of the Mi-lh odist Church, the K.Iks and the Shrine; has bad years Of actual experience in municipal government will champion a federal gOVeminent standard for the Civil Service, and real homestead exemotion as contemplated by law: believes in B City Court operated not for revenue, and promiseto rid the city government of its present outside employes, replacing them with local citizens. He pledges a sane and reasonable administration of all i Ity affairs, if elected. Whe re The Sun Never Shines For Thousands of Jews Society Mr. and Mrs .lack Apte have ;itheir house guest, Mr Murray Strell oi New York ''ity. • The local Junior Council Of Jewish Women is urging the entry cf| candidates for the Hannah (!. Solomon Scholarship Fund, which will result in graduate training in social service being awarded to two of the • ontestants Applicationand lull details may he obtained by r tiiiK to the national office, 221 West 57th, street, Immediately, On the Spanish Front By THOMAS MANN What Is it that is happening in Spain 1 An oppressed people, BUD In a windowless, heatless. liehtlest collar dwelling, a Joint Distribution Committee representative came upon this Jewish family. Fatherless, their mother stricken by tuberculosis, the J.D.C. representative lound the children and their mother subsisting on dry. stale crusts of bread. Such a situation is the common lot of thousands of Jews in Poland and Eastern Europe. To alleviate suffering, to rehabilitate the lives of millions of Jews in Poland and Eastern Europe the J.D.C. is allocating $1,150,000 of the S3.5O0.OOO to be raised this year Children such as depicted above, must I be clothed, fed, given an opportunity to rebuild their feeble bodies in summer colonies, and be educated in private Jewish schools which the J.D.C j _helps sustain. Disease stricken adults thai testifies unmistakably to the enormous moral i rce which is IP t |ve here. The principle of national sell determination is highly revered i.i official circles throughout the world today. Even the dictatorships and totalitarian states feel it necessary nt least to pretend that |in to hs per cent of their people are behind them. But it is obvious thai the military rebellion against the Spanish Republic does not en as well as children must be hospitalized and given an opportunity to convalesce properly in sanatoria and hospitals which the Joint Distribution Committee sustains. Yearly 35.000 tubercular, undernourished, and anemic children are sent to these J DC. summer colonies to recuperate. Tens of thousands of children are provided with education in special schools, both religious aid secular. Health campaigns by I lie J DC have helped wipe out fa us and typhus in Eastern Europe. 1 be American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, as the major organization of its type in America, has expended approximately S27.000.00O for rehabilitative work in behalf of Jews in Poland and Eastern Europe. of Spain by those European governments which are interested in the strangling of freedom and which are supporting—If they did not launch—his rebellion. These governments, which in their own lands have displayed a definite MUM tivity to high treason, are helping a man who is handing his own country over to foreigners; these governments, Belf-styled "natl nal isis." are doing their utmost to bring to power a man to whom the independence of his own count y means nothing when the annihilation of liberty and human linhls seems attainable, and who i penly prefers I be death Of two thirds of the Spanish people to a victory of the "Marxist" government whlc i, actually, is a government aspiring to a better, more equitable and more humane social order. The win le business is unspe.ik ably revolting and evil. joy the backing of the Spanish people, ami cannot even pretend to have this support; it will require a successful invasion with Moroccan and i tlu-r foreign troops to create even the possibility ol Buch a pretense, And while it may not be entirely clear iusi what the Spanish people does want, what it due e not want is perfectly manifest: namely. General Franco. Vet this rebel has been recog iiized us the only legitimate rulet L RALPH B. "DOC" FERGUSON The People's Independent Choice for CITY I COMMISSIONER + I Paid Political Ad) w. it Becker, prolnmenl In the rraternal and civic life ol this co munlty, former Tax Collectoi of ii.iii.Count} and resident ol more than 2n years, iwaging an at live i KIU for election to the City com mission oi Miami at the Insistence ni any oi the leading citizens of Miami He ui'ires a return to t %  %  1933 budget, adherence to the city < harter, the receipt by the i Ity of two cents of the gasoline tax. the elimination of poll taxes In the city electl ns, against sales tax. adequate police protection and is opposed to the retention m office of the present safety director. He points to his record In public and private life as the reason for ids election to the City commission. 1-; C, Sewell. former Mayor of Miami, is a resident Of Miami prior to its Incorporat on as a city and lias 1 n Bi tlve in Its civic, business ami communal life since hh arrival here lie has served nv meroUS terns as president of the Chamber of commerce, was active in the establishment of a deepwater harbor, and has been the leader In the fight to reduce public utility rales In Miami Ills many friends urge bis reelection to the office of City Com rnlssloner on his record of achieve ment for the city, in his well-known lec-ted to medieval exploitation, seeks in attain a brighter and -e human life, a social order more i ompal ble with mi dei n civilization. Tinconcepts of liberty and progress liave nol yet been undermined t here, %  .t represent for this people the highest value-, indlspen sable if iis national honor is lo remain iitin t li chooses a government thai with all the cautl n dli tated by I ie Bpei i;i circumstances prevailing there endeavors in do away with the mosi flagrant wrongs, tn ca ry through the most essential reforms. Thereupon a military rebellion flan-up, at the beiu-st oi the ousted forces oi exploitation ami oppression ami with the sup -on of foreign countries It flares up briefly, and is practically quelled when thesi foreign •-•< %  ernments themselves anti-libertarian, and further interested because of promises of economic and strategic benefits to accrue to them in the event of a rebel victory—send to the Insurgents finale ial and material support, men and war materials, so thai the ever more cruel selfmutilation of the land must go on and mi. Against t.is people desperately fighting foi its own free doin ami human rights, its own colonial troops are brought out. Foreign bombing planes destroy its cities, kill its women and children and all this invokes the "national" ideal and calls upon Cod and cosmic order. To judge by the biased European puss. Madrid should have fallen long ago. and the victory of "Ood and cosmic order" over the "Marx 1st riff-raff" should be complete. i:ut Madrid still stands, though half-demolished, and the Spanish people Is slill fighting, defending, Its spiritual life with a courage J Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach STATEMENT of CONDITION Comptroller's Call March 31.1937 RESOURCES Cash On Hand and Due From Banks $3,208,395.53 U. S. Government Bonds 589,468.72 Municipal Bonds 105.395.00 Railroad Bonds 4.850.00 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank 9,000.00 $3,917.109 25 Loans and Discounts 493.991.41 F. H. A. Mortgages $ 32,776.93 First Mortgage On Improved Real Estate 96,030.83 188.807.76 Furniture. Fixtures and Alterations 32,747.22 Other Assets 3,818.28 $4,636,473.92 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100,000.00 Surpl us 200.000.00 Undivided Profits and Reserves 89,139.85 $ 389.139.85 Deposi,s 4,247,334.07 $4,636,473.92 OFFICERS PHILIP LIBERMAN President JUDSON L. OWEN EDW. MERCER Vice President Cashier BERNARD J. WAGNER Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS PHILIP LIBERMAN President of the Bank SAMUEL BLANK President, Florida Sugar Distributors, Inc. GEORGE GOLDBERG President, Florida Wholesale Grocery Company ARTHUR S. LAVINE Fiesident, Oa-Je Pharmacies G. A. PRICE President, Royal Palm Furniture Factories MEYER RAUZIN President. Standard Drug and Sundry Company G. P. SELIGE P.-e^ident, Mian i Baking Company



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Friday. April 16, 1987 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five Paradoxical Several weekB ago Pierre Van Passen, noted Journalist and ardent non-Jewish Zionist. was the guesl of the local Zionist District, He delivered a splendid talk. He was followed by <>"< %  of our eloquent Rabbis with an appeal i r funds .Hid %  • nothing happened, The United Jewish Appeal has been working hard to raise funds in this area tor the .i i> C. and for Palestine • and bus not even raised half of the goal set Several days ago a meeting of the local Zionist District was called. A membership drive was to i> Inaugurated. Notices were sent to several hundred and most conspicuous was the absence of so many, many leading Jewish i i i/.ens. And yet paradoxical as it nay seem ... I attended the showing of "Tliis is the Land" Wednesday night at the Plaaa The atre In Miami Beach. A picture with the dialogue In Hebrew, the I rs| picture ever made in Palestine, showing the remarkable progress of the land of Our Fathers for fifty years the theatre was crowded • no room was available and the manager told me thai this had been true all day lone .lews everywhere Jews young and old .. Jews who hesitated not to applaud w hen the entrance of Allenby and the Jewish Legion Into Jerusalem was portrayed who figuratively rose to their feet in unrestrained applause when the late Mayor DisengOff spoke Of Tel Aviv. Who by their every action showed they wenZionists who showed their love and affection for Pal e-tine. Where were where are these jews when we need them tor real work i Shall they. Heaven fcrbid, be termed amusement Jews i Paradoxli al... what do you say; Society Ask Recall of German Consul In Los Angeles Hollywood. Pal. (WNS) Chare ine "infringement Of American diplomatic hospitality" by Dr. George Oyssling, German consul in I.is Angeles, the Hollywood ante Nazi I.eaeue. In a telegram to Secretly of State Hull, requested that Immediate action be taken toward his recall The protest resulted from a letter sent by Gyssllng to actors appearing in the motion picture "The Road Rack." The letter, copies of which were sent to 6(1 members of the cast, "warned" the actors against "appearing in a pic tare which Germany disapproved." ASA CONSEQUENCE of the Nu** remburg laws, which literally moan an economic death to "nonAryans," thousands of Jews and nonJews have fled from Germany. Not since the World War have the nations of Europe witnessed such an exodus of desperate, penniless refugees, From America, financial support to refugee shelters and rehabilitation stations in France, Holland, Csecho-Slovakla, Austria and provision for aid to Jews in Germany has been made chiefly through tho American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. At the bottom is shown an uprooted family of German Jews seeking shelter in en already overcrowded J. D. C. sustained refugee station in France. Center left shows a refugee family alighting in Metz, France. At the top is shown a J. I). C supported food station in Poland where the economic plight of the Jew is as desperate as in Germany. Fader the leadership of Felix M. Warburg, New York banker and philanthropist, tho American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, ]<>o Fast 42nd Street, New York City, Is conducting for 1936 a national campaign for $3,500,000 to continue Its activities of relief and reconstruction In behalf of needy and oppressed Jews in Central and Eastern Europe. Leaders in the United States have Bet that sum as the irreducible minimum necessary to continue that organlsatlon'8 program of aid for Jews lit Germany, refugees who have fled io France, Holland, Czechoslovakia and other countries, and the millions In Poland, Roumania and other East Ftiropean countries. As part of its program the J. D. C. •will contribute toward the program Involving $15,000,000 of which J 10,000.000 is to come from America, %  '..lilch it is hoped will enable over u ;'.air-year period approximately ro.000 '.o 25.000 employable young •..,-.. yearly to emigrate from Geri any. :-ii'eo 193^ the J. D. C. has spent .uu-roximatcly $2,000,000 for help to •.us In Germany and in refugee •iiirju. Many non-Jews are among receiving this aid. In the past M icars it has raised and disbursed ,.


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Page Two I The Ladles Auxiliary of the Ml ami .I. wish Orthodox Congregation sponsoring one of its regular THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. April lfi, 1:1.17 In %  nrl .1 1 lex Sunda] evening. Vprll istli begti 11 UK ^1 S o'clock al the ue en Mr. and Mm. M. t'halm, l.'l 1 S. W. E mill si eet. Prizes will hi' awarded for high scores ami refres munis u ill be Berved. 'I'll'puhlic is Invited in attend, Plans are now being made for Junior t G| SOCIETY The social meeting ror the month llcnal Hank ami Trust Compan) flo 1 All member.' ..1 April for the Iccal B'nal li'ritli of .Miami Beach, and Mrs. Liberare urged to attend. Lodge iil no) he held this month and instead a gala Mother's Day man. ai 701 Washington avenue. Miss Mill,,i S Mr. Liberman'H granddaughter and Miss Llberman is his niece, • Mr. ami Ms. Morris Alperl of .Miami Beach announce the engagement of their daughter, Evelyn, to Milton N'ussbaum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Nussbaum, formerly of Paterson, x. .1 Levy, win iheld al the ShoreMiss Alperl was graduated fr< m lain Hotel, Miami Beach, on Sal Highland Manor. Tai rytOW 11. N. inTractates ol the Babylonian in-day, April 17th, al 12:30 p. m. v.. ami attended the University of Talmud al the Miami Jewish Oro'clock. Arrangements have been Miami Mr. Nussbaum was graduIhodox Congregation last Sunday de to make this animal CM-MI an occasion for a real get-together. Hi-closing exercises of Hctli David program will he presented on Sim Sunday schorl t„ he Meld on Sunday evening, May Bth. Full de(, J rnlng, .May 23rd Confirmatails win he announced in an earl) %  I \ clciscs will he held Ihe same issue. evening al 8 o'clock and will he • followed the following Sunday, A luncheon and beach party for -May :10th, with the annual picnic for %  and prospective campers ai I.as Oiaa Casino. Ft. Lauderdale ol Camp Wohelo, operated and dlPull details of these three events rected by Mrs. Bertha Berkowich will appear in an early issue. The gala garden party which w.is in have been held last Wednesday will he held ibis coming Wednesday, Vprll 21st, al s p in o'clock in ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, .'ill' S W. 21sl avenue The public is corHadassah is having a "Father-Daughter" meeting on Monday evening, April 19th, ai Beth David Talmud Torah at s p. ,,, MisAdele Segall will he ell 1 man for 1. venlng and h 1 planned an interesting program Rabbi Max Shapiro will be the gueBt-speaker. Mis. Gertrude Rosette will piosoni vocal selectloi HIT i auied bj Mrs. Ethel S'III berg, and there will he a one play, • %  suppressed Desire." >i Segal) is directing it ami Its Includes Miss D rothy Leonai M >s \iice Nelson ami George Faj Plans for the May Day dan which Junior Hadassah is giving on May 2nd will he resented hri.-U. dially invited 1.1 attend and an en joyable eve g a promised all bv M"as Hana Mack, who has been In charge of this affair is a comnight. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of ii.' congregation presided. Mr. Abraham Jacobs, formerly of Atlanta, ihe donoi of ihe Talmud. made a formal %  resentation address. Cantors Louis Dayman 1 Beth Jacob Synagogue and .Man rice Manic lies of Beth lacob Congregation Bang appropriate selec lions, Addresses were made by Rabbi Max Shapiro 1 f Beth David Synagogue, Nathan Adelman, pasi idem of 1 ie congregation, ami tin acceptance address by Mr 11 M I irevii h, president of the on HI Following the honors Of I llll lllg Hie Veilil'lie-S ill tllp spe1 liuill I I.c .1-0. for w huh 1 PI ai hundred dollaru. re do li il to Hasynagogue, refn incuts were sei v.-d by a comni llic 1..ei,, %  .\uxiliary of theconI I nil. %  Membi s ami (riends are urged in attend the next meeting -if the Miami Hi .i' Vn my Judea Club ai the ho 1 Airs. Isidor Powell, 103.1 Collins avenue, Miami Beach, beginning at 7 311 Monday evening, Vprll lOtii in Vbraham Wolf son will speak on -•The I. in.,1 Spi 110/.11 An Important ting of the I.acl \u\iliar\ of Ihe Mia .i Jew Isli 1 irthodox <'ongregatlon w ill be held ai the Synagogue next Tuesday evening, April 20th, begiiining u| v 1" o'clock. Nominal lorn 1 r ofi iera for the < oming > ar n ill In madi Reports of lasl year's 11 \n les will be pri siiiied. All men friends nre irged to nd, Mi-Lois Louis, daughter of Mrs, Rose Louis, lias Just been advised of her appointment for internship in dietetics at the Presbyterian Hospital in New York City. Miss i.onis will graduate in June licim the Timers ty of Illinois. • Alpha lota Chapter of Dili Kpsil u PI fraternity of the Unlver siiy of Miami Installed new officers in a serviceconducted last week ai the fraternity house in ('oral Gables Officers installed w ere Myron Broder, superior; Milton Feller, vice superior; Morton Berman, 1 reasuret : Stuart 1 'o ten, recording -e. relar.v ; William Da 1 aloft, corresponding secretary, ami George I'rii.-oii. Bergeanl at-aims. • Dr. Adolph Jncoby, director id' llichoard 11I call h 1 I \m York City, is visiting ids brother and Istei in law. Mr. and Mrs. A. Jacoby, ai their home i Tinengagemeiil ol Miss Pearl Roberts ol 7N N. W. 32nd street to .Mr. AI her I Reisman, son (if Mr. ami Ah E. M. Reisman, Miami Beac 1. was announced al a party lasl week .11 1 he home oi Jacob I. aiic a. The wedding will lake placeearly in llllle New York \isilors who anell|o) ing a spi ing vacation nl .Miami 're aie Al i-Florence Al iller aml .Mi Iri I.'Llberman. They an ihe guests of Philip Llberman, president ol lie Mi e a in ile NaBled Com Peeksvlllp Military Academy and attended (leorgetown Cnlversity. Henow ownand manages the American Pupi r and Twine I'H Effective ih 1 alast nip from Miami April 171h. the Florida S in he-am. which has operated -0 successfully throughout ihe wlnte season, will he withdrawn El fectlve w itll t alast trip 1 mm Al ami April 1' Ith. Ihe two ll'ailge Bloss Spec ial trains will be withdrawn for the sun -r. OWN YOUR OWN HOME We are vitally interested in fostering home ownership and have money available to assist YOU in BUYING-BUILDING—REFINANCING ~ AT LOW INTEREST -LONG TERMS WE INVITE YOUR CALL 4% OUR CURRENT RATE ON SAVINGS 1 r--— jk IRSOREI SAVIUCS \ -a" fjiiu \ n MORTGAGE LOANS Rfc^7 DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN L ASSOCIATION 11 r MIAMI Ground Floor Congress Bldg. —109 N. E. SECOND AVENUE— PHONE 3-2652 RUFUS H. DANIEL Vice-Pres. LEO ROBINSON Vice-Pres. J. M. LIPTON President i RESOURCES OVER $1,50 0,000.00 Schedule Changes Effective Sunday, April 25lh, the Southern States special will leave .Miami at K:25 a.m., instead 1 f !i a in., and u ill ai -Ive III Miami al *>:5B p. 111.. instead of li I" p. 111. Effective Sunday, April 2.1th, 1 p New York-Florida Limited Will leai e .Miami al 1(1 p in Instead of '•• p. in., one hour later than I" n j lofore. This train Will arrive in j Miami at 7:15 a m. instead of 7 p m The CreateMiami 1 11 %  the national Roumanian Jewish Workers Relief Committee was organized lasi Tuesday night at a meeting in Beth David Talmud I Toral Hall following reports of HIP lie conditions row existing in Roumania. Mr Adolph Haimes was named chairman ami Joe Mechlow, treasurer. Plans are now being completed for 1 benefit performance for 1 he put pose ol raising fundmi Sunday evening. April 26th, at Beth David Talmud Torah when ihe Yiddish play. "Tzulii-h a Kind," starring the well-known Josephson family, will inpresented, Nominal admission harges will he made. T e public is urged in attend Al 1 innexl regular meeting 1 f ihe Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare lluna 1 Monday, April 19th, beginning al 2 p. m in Kaplan Hall. Officers lor the coming year will he named. A report of the nominating committee will i.e presented ami nominations will also he accepted from the miiiee headed by Mesdames Sam llalperl and Stanley (' Myers as co-chairman. • Miss a Juice Magid. daughtet I Mr. and Mr.Ms. Harry I Magid, is ihe nominee of the I.ad es Auxiliary of ih..i.uish Welfare Hureau for May Queen in ihe contest being he-id by ihe Junior Hadassah tills year al 1 le Dcitivillo Casino. • Loyally I'luh ol Emuuh Chapter is sponsoring a benefll bridge on Tuesday evening, Ap il 20th, at 8 o'clock at Ihehome 1 1 Mrs M. Reisman, 2235 s V\ Seventh street, with Mesdames Phil Somberg and M. Reisman as ihe hosl Prizes will I,.awarded for igh Be oreand ; resli mint n ill be served. The puhlii ..urged to attend. The Eniiuiuli 1 tpti 11 K S. is ring 11 1 in. :„ nn ai the Southern Cafeteria irom 11: ::<• %  >• m. in 2:3d p in. „n viaj 3rd 11 i' Ihe benefit id ihe Ma ionic Home fund All are invited lo al '' %  '"I and help 1 ,h wort In cause. appointed chairman for the even, Mothers as well as lath, members and all members of tli organisation and their guest invited in be present al the me Ing Monday night. SUNDAY and MONDAY April 18th and 19th Joan Blondell—Allen Jenkins Srank iVtcHugh—Guy Kibber Sam Levene THREE MEN ON A HORSE \.D. H Fossey I Ve.ii-. ,1 .M i.iiiuaii 1 ci 11 Holiest Trieil • 'oii.scieiil ions 11 11 A until s promises are worth no iniiie ili.-in his |).-|sl Ut'tiollS < I tli I |ielI lirillllllc-e1 Paid Political Ad 1 HAT-BAG BOOTH A NEW FIRST FLOOR SECTION! On the street floor just opened! Many clever new styles in handbags and hats each priced at $1.00! White, navy, red and green handbags in many grains. New hat styles in halos, fabrics, straws, felts and berets! MAIN' STORE STREET FLOOR *: