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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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Began in 1927?
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-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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MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1937
Price Five Cents
THE WORLDS WINDOW
WHEN IS A JEW?
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
Local Committee l B'nai B'rith Names Nazis Modify
This column is copyrighted by
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part strictly forbidden. Any
infringement will be prosecuted.
Jewish life never ceases from
tt s grotesque, its unbelievable
manifestations. You think you
have plumbed the depths there Is
ii lower still. You think vim have
learned your lessen you have noi
II one were to live to the tradi-
tional one hundred and twentj
years one would probably havi
just begun to have glimpses.
There is the case of Dr. Karl
Landstelner of the Rockefeller In
Btltute. Dr. Landstelner is suing
the publishers of 'Who's Who in
American Jewry" to enjoin them,
under pain of lino.000 damages,
from including his name He Is,
says he. a Roman Catholic. Were
be to be included in "Who's Who
in American Jewry'' he would, he
avers, "be greatly distressed and
humiliated and expi Bed to ridicule
and contempt." He says, too: "It
will be detrimental to me to em-
phasize publicly the religion of my
ancestors."
To Hold Benefit National Secretary
II is not for any layman to in
terprel the wider implications ol
Hr. Landstelner' dl i nveries. But
here is u man I n deals with the
determinath n ol i ie bl od, who
is aware, of c.....e, of the Int-
ense Implications of the genes
passed on from genei ntlon to gene-
ration, and this man has deluded
himself Into believing thai a tew
drops of baptismal water have
changed him blond, genes, char-
acters both Inherited and acquired
from and with the hlstorh group
to which the Innumerable genera-
tions of Irs urn estoi i belonged.
And he is tierce In the ma ter
and explains In the |>api i
torney fill d as folli ws: "My non
i Erne : i Is now 19, ind he ha no
suspicion thai any ol his sni estora
were Jewish. I know as n i osl
live fail thai if my son wi re to
see the book thai Is al.....I I be
published i' would be a shoi k to
him and mighl b ibieel him to
humiliation.''
"Sanota simplicitas!" as Dr.
Landstelner, a bom Viennese and
graduate Of Viennese seals of
learning, would say on any and
every analogUS mallei excepl ol
this one. on which he has delib-
erately blind.'d himself. Does he
for a single momenl believe thai
his friends and i olleaglies al the
Rockefeller Institute do noi know
thai he is a Jew. or f r a s
moment take seriously his typic-
ally Viennese attempt al flight
Into Roman Catholicism? Among
the most grotesque assumptions of
the ashamed apostate is this: thai
the Gentiles are all I'o Is and can
be easily fooled and that they do
not see through these miserable
subterfuges. If this is true of the
common run of men and women,
how much truer is it of the highly
distinguished group of Intellectuals
who form the staff of the Ro< ke-
feller Institute? Whom dors Dr
Landstelner think he is fooling.'
only, pathetically, himself.
That is not all. There are in
this case depths within depths
Dr. Landstelner is a sclentisl of
the first order. He received the
Nobel prise In 1930 for his dis-
covery of human blood groups.
What does that mean? It n
at least this: that human beings
belong to definite groupings ac-
cording to the chemical constitu-
tion of their blood and that this
chemical character of the blocd In
heritable. For the first time 111
human history Dr. Landstelner ha
been able to contradict the Old
saying of the French cynic that
"maternity is a matter of fad but
paternity a matter of opinion''
Prom the Landstelner bit ad anal)
sis the paternity of children can
be determined. Unless l am greatly
mistaken, forensic use of the dis-
covery has already been made.
is <..... to weep or to laugh?
First, where has thai doubtless
most Intelligent and cultured y uth
lived his 19 veais thai no suspicion
o! ids origin and ancestry has evet
crossed his mind? Has lie been
I ask in all i ourtesy been bi i ui III
up to believe thai he had 11"
grandparents, or thai his grand-
parents were Aryan CathollCB?
But supposing for a momenl thai
young Mr. Landsti Iner has hi en
(nought up as her.....tlcally seuli d
as all that, did the leaned doi tor
suppose thai the bringing of this
Bull and III.....-king of the court
for this injunction and thai bll
about "the religion < f my an-
cestors would not enllg iten the
young man.' Again I ask: Is one
lo laugh or '
For the plain and stern truth
of the malic is. of course. this:
Were Dr. Landstelner not a Jew
the editors ol "Who's Who In
American Jewry" would i.....>
have Included his biography In
their work. Secondly, had they
mistaken him as a Jew if he were
really not a Jew. a simple point-
ing out of the fai t to them would
have sufficed. No suit or injunc-
tion would have been needed. The
very need i f such measures proves
up to the hill whal all I e wo Id
knows, anyhow. Hence all thai
Dr. Landstelner has bu.......led In
doing is publicizing for all the
world to see bis pathetic Jewl h
self-balled and sep contempt, his
lamentable terror and unworthy
shame.
"I want to avoid nnj publicity."
Dr. Landstelner pleads, "which
might segregate me from my
American friends and place me In
a category which I do nol desire."
Again, as Often before. I must
plead for our American friends
the good doctor's and my own.
They Know. They know. They
:,.,. a,, fools, And i of them
are men and women of fine sonsi-
hiliiies and a high sense of honor.
(Continued on Page s>
\i the behest of the American
Committee of the Roumanian Jew-
ish Workers Relief Committee a
canipal -ii directed by Dr. Joseph
Kinsman, delegate to 'his country
from Roumanla, has been inau-
: iratetl In Greater Miam to raise
funds f, r the Immediate relief of
the tan lug and Buffering Jewish
Roumanian workers, The local
i ommittee is sponsoring a gala en-
tertainment and theatrical per-
formance at Beth David Talmud
Torah Hall. Sunday evening April
25, beginning al s o'clock, Mr. and
Mrs. Josephson and their young
theatrical star. Jerry, will be pre-
tented In the well known Yiddish
play. "T/ul i b a Kind." and I '
entertainment will be provided
during the evening. The local
committee Is headed by Adolph
Halmes of the Seminole Paper C m-
pnny as chairman; Joe Mochlow,
prom nenl realtor and c minimal
worker, as treasurer; Mrs. Isldor
i m and others. The public is
urged to attend because of the ter-
rible plight of the Jewish workers
in Roumanla and the necessity of
providing Immediate funds to pro-
vi,le the necessities of life, Ad-
mission will be only fifty cents,
all of whli h will go to the relief
fund, all service, being donated to
i>. <-,, imltti e Prominent attor-
ney on the committee are Abe
VronovitZ and Paul Marks.
Meeting Ban
German Author
Issues Warning
Cincinnati. Ohio Maurice Bis-
liver, executive director of the Jew-
ish Community Center In Wash
Ington, D. ('.. for the past 13 years,
has been appointed secretary of
B'nal B'rith by Alfred M Cohen,
president of the order, II was an-
nounced bee. Mr. Blsgyer sue
i eeds the late Dr. I. M. Rublnow.
Horn in Brooklyn 40 years ago,
Mr. Blsgyer received his B.A. and
M.A. at New York University,
Where he was also elected to Phi
Beta Kappa, and served for a short
time as an Instructor. For the
last 20 years he has 1.....u actively
engaged In the social work field.
for four years as executive di-
rector of the Jewish Educatl nal
Alliance In Baltimore, for two years
as executive director of the Fed-
eration of Jewish Agencies In Tien-
ton. N. .!.. and for the last 13 years
In the National Jewish Center at
Washington, where he has been
prominent in the campaign activi-
ties of the Community chest.
Mr. Blsgyer has served as presi-
dent of the National Association
of Jewish Center Executives, and
among other distinctions thai have
come to him are the following:
Member of the National Commit-
tee on education, appointed by the
President of the Dnlted states;
delegate to the White House Con
terence on Child Welfare: delegate
to the President's Committee on
Welfare Mobilization: member of
the Presidential Inaugural com
millee: secretary of the newly or-
ganized United Jewish Welfare
Agencies Of Washington; presi-
dent of the executives' council.
Jewish Chest.
Berlin i W'NSi The seemingly
strict 60-day ban on all Jewish
gatherings of more than four per-
sons excepl those held for syna-
gogue services has been modified
so as to permit Zionist and cul-
tural gatherings, as well as ath-
letic functions. Big mass meet-
ings and Jewish communal func-
tions are prohibited In conformity
With the decree which a Nazi
sp kesman called a reprisal for
recent attacks on Hitler by Mayor
La Ouardla of New York and other
anti Nazi activities in America and
elsewhere.
Scores of relatives of anti-Nazi
exiles were deprived of their cit-
izenship and property in a new
outburst of decrees, orders and
! pronouncements aimed alike at
Jews in Germany and anti-Nazis
abroad. Hitting out at direct and
indirect anti-Nazi criticism from
abroad and also at the emergence
of anti-Nazi sentiment at home.
the Nazi authorities cancelled the
Citizenship of 41 emigres and de-
prived 58 of their kinsmen of cit-
izenship and property. The Nazi
press unloosed a torrent of In-
dignant protests against the show-
ing of the film "Modern Herman
Christian Martyrs." which is be-
ing shown in America in the in-
terest of the campaign for the re-
lief of German Christian refugees.
denounced it as a "Jewish plot."
and assailed Mayor La Cuardla as
"notorious Talmud Jew" for his
failure to attend an antl-Commii-
nist rally in New York. Additional
measures were ordered taken
against Jews accused of racial tur-
pitude.
New Vork iv.'NSi The tragic
of the Intellectuals, scien-
tists, authors and philosophers In
Germany today la due to their fail-
ure in denounce anti-Semitism
when they still had time. Thomas
Mann, exiled German author, de-
clared In an address from the pul-
pll of the Free Synagogue. Brand-
ing anti-Semitism as "mere bawl-
ing,'" and "the appurtenance and
watchword of all obscure chaotic
inity and present-day
mass : > sticism mixed With be
Htilaelty." Mann charged the in-
tellectuals, scientists and authors
in fjermany had "dishonored them
Belves" and "deserved nothing bet-
ter than the wreti hed role which
they now play under the lash of
the rabble," becaui e ley had
failed to denounce this "clamor of
the rabble." After describing anti-
Semitism as the scapegoat of an
epoch, one Of "the evils and ob-
noxious reactions to suffering of
this time, among the sorry palli-
atives in which this epoch indulges
for Its own relief, for a mad ex-
,.I..nation if its very wants and
fears." Mann (ailed upon the Bplr-
itually -minded to fight anti-Semi
tism. "We men of Christian, of
Aryan or -imply non-Jewish blood."
he said. "OUght nol to leave Hie
fight to the Jews alone. Thought-
ful men ought to resist the urge
of an epoch to find some one
guilty for its sufferings.
He has been a speaker at the
National Conferences for Jewish
Social Work since 1919, and is the
author of a new system of Jewish
education which he personally ad-
ministered In Washington. He has
been spokesman for the National
Jewish Welfare Hoard at various
national conferences, and recently
he completed service on ii.....xcu-
live committee of the National
Educational Broadcasting Confer-
ence.
He has been a iiietnber of ArgO
Lodge, B'nal B'rith, for 13 years.
40 B'nai B'rith Members Are Ar-
rested in Berlin
Merlin i W'NSi The unexplained
arrest of 4 members of the Berlin
B'nal B'rith, including one woman,
in midnight raids on their homes
by the secret polite renewed tearl
in Jewish circles of a revival of
anti-Jewish persecution in a large
scale. At the same time, however.
the 60-day ban on all gatherlnga
of four or more Jews except for
synagogue worship was officially
modified to exempt (lasses for
language Instruction, athletic train-
ing and approved performances of
the Jewish Culture Union. The
ban remains in effect, however, for
all meetings of the Cenlralausi hints
of German Jews and non-religious
functions.
Play Subject
Arrives Here
New York (WNS) While the
Jewish Theatre Project of the Fed-
eral Theatre group of the WNA
is producing Dr. Friedlich Wolfs
anti-Nazi play, "Professor Mam-
lock," the man whose fate is the
basis of the play. Dr. Hans Mam-
lok. arrived In the United States
with Mrs. Mainlok to start life
anew. A World War hero. Dr.
Mamlok said life became unbear-
able for him in Germany after the
Wolf opus was first produced In
Switzerland two years ago. The
Mamloks arrived with two dollars
each. A full blooded Jew, Profes-
sor Mamlok was Germany's great-
est dentist. But the Nazis deprived
him of his clinic, his professorship
and other titles and ousted him
as editor of Germany's leading
dental paper. He was decorated
by the Kaiser. The Mamloks will
live on Staten Island with their
son. Karl.
Jerusalem (WNS) William Sih-
ly, head of the English scouting
movement, left Palestine with a
i statement to the press in which
I the main emphasis was placed on
I his "profound Impression of what
I the Jews have created In Palestine.


Pag* Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April 23, 1937
Officers for the coming year
named at a meeting of the Miami
chapter of Senior Hadussah in-
clude: Mrs. Leonard Epstein, presi-
dent; Mrs. Barney Weinkle, first
vice president; Mrs. (iertrutle Mer-
lin, second vie president; Mrs.
Stanley c. Myers, third vice presi-
dent; Mrs. M. Travers, recording
secretary; Mrs. Hurry Platot't'
financial secretary; Mrs. Louis
Kotkin, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Hairy Rubin, treasurer; Mrs
Daniel Cromer, auditor. Mrs. j.
Gerald Lewis and Mrs. I.. J. Hart/.
were named a committee of ar-
rangements directing the Thrift
Luncheon to be held al Kaplan
Hall of Temple Israel on May in.
when a very entertaining and novel
program will !>( presented.

Examinations tor the pupils of
the Sunday school of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation will
be held on Sunday morning. May
2; examinations tor Talmud Torah
pupils Will be held the following
Sunday morning, May 9, and dos-
ing exercises for the Sunday Bchool
will he held on Sunday evening.
May B, of both the Sunday school
and Talmud Torah. On Sunday.
May l':i. a picnic will he given to
all the students.
. .
Mrs. Bernard KatZ, who was re-
cently married, was honored at a
surprise party by members of
Junior Hadassah, of which she is
an active member. Mrs. Kate was
formerly Miss Vtvlenne Jacobs.
She was presented with a gift
of silverware from members of the
organization. Several games wen
played during the evening Mrs.
I.. A. Cliaiken was winner of a
novel contest that was held.
Present were Miss Ethyl Wax
who was in charge of arrange
ments; Miss Ida Safer. Miss Bar-
bara Colin. Misses Pauline and
Hetty Lasky, Miss Anita Bernstein.
Mrs. Henrietta Fisher. Miss Char-
lotte Kohn, Miss Pay Engel, Miss
Anita Sllverman, Miss Mary Ann
Kamlns, Miss Berl Newall, Miss
Sylvia Gutel, Miss Florence Cohen.
Miss Sylvia Hayvis. Miss Natalie
Pallot, Miss Dorothy Roth, Mrs
Chaiken. Mrs. Murry Grossman,
Mrs. Sol Katz and Mrs. Fay Dins
more.
many line and useful gifts. The
guests were served refreshments
anil many different games were
played, and prizes won by Mrs.
Jasper Cromer. Mrs. Harold Tobin.
Miss Pay Engel, Miss Pauline
Lasky .....I Mrs. Edward David.
The list of guests includes: Mrs.
Jasper Cromer. Mrs. Jules Mendel
sohn, Mrs. Harold Tobin. Mrs. M
Lorie, Mis. Anita Bernstein, Miss
Fay Engel, Miss Esther Cromer,
Miss Ituth Davis. Mrs. I.illie Quart,
Mrs. Katz. Mis. I!. Kandel. Mis
Edyth Prlellch, Mrs. J. Jacobs, the
brides mother: Miss Tillie Cohen
Mrs. S. Alp.ri. Mrs Edward David.
Miss Florence Cohen. Miss Pauline
Lasky, Miss Hetty Lasky. Miss
Kthel Wax and Mrs. J. Dinsniore

Plans are undet way for the first
annual dance of the Slogs Frater-
nity. Chairman of the affair is
Larry Schwartz, who is being ably
assisted by en-, ommittee members,
including Abe lierkowiiz. Izzy
MayerwitZ and Irving it- I ford. Ef-
forts to obtain the Royal Palm
Club foi this gala affair are under
way Fish and more fish were
caught by sioga Fraternity mem-
ben and their guests last Sunday
somewhere in the Everglades. The
exact spot was not designated tor
fear of competitors catching the
remainder of the fish, if any.

be announced prior
Mack Is general
is being assisted In
by Miss Dorothy
Arnold liubin. Harold Rubin, Ches-
ter Cassel, Robert Jordon, Maurice
Cromer, Hennet Applebaum. Alison
Dreiaen, Harold Tannen. Louis
Snetman, William Leventhal, Leon-
aid l-'isber, Lester Hose. Richard
1.ear. Stuarl Simon, Arnold Green-
field, David Wolkowsky. Maurice
U'eintraub. Herbert Kay and Rob
Mrs. Ralph Nellfeld. president of | 1 Rlchter.
the Miami section of the National
Numbers will
to the dance.
Miss liana
chairman and
arrangements
Davis, Miss Ida Safer, Miss Rose
Parkas, Miss BOB Silver and Miss
Barbara Cobn,
Miss Ida Safer, assisted by her
mother. Mrs. M. Safer, entertained
recently at In r home with a mis
cellaneous shower for Mrs. Her
nard Katz. formerly Miss Viviennc
Jacobs. The evening was a gnat
success and Mrs. Katz received
The crowning of the May Queen
will climax the annual May Day
dame of Junior Hadassah on Sun
day evening, May 2. at the Mac
faciden Deauville.
Candidates who are vicing tor
the honor are as follows: Mist
Belle Tannen. representing Junloi
Hadassah; Miss Audrey Cutler
Junior Council; Miss Myra Q.....I
kOWSky, Senior Council: Miss Jose
phlne Kolman, Y. M. II. A.; Mis
Janice Magid. Jewish Welfare
Bureau; Miss Eddie Adler, Clvl<
League; Miss Marion Blank. Betl
Jacob Sisterhood; Miss Ida Kng
ler, Beth David Sisterhood; Mis-
Anita Bernstein, Temple Israe'
Sisterhood, and Miss Gertrude Ne
ham, B'nal B'rith.
Orchestral music will tie fur
nlshed tor dancing and an uniisua'
program of entertainment will bi
presented during the evening
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PHONE 3-2652
RUFUS H. DANIEL
Vice-Pres.
LEO ROBINSON
Vice-Pres.
J.
M. LIPTON
President
RESOURCES OVER $1,50 0, 000.00
Council of Jewish Women, returned
to the1 city yesterday from Little
Hock. Ark., where she attended
the Southern Interstate Confer
ence Of the National Council Ol
Jewish Women. She will report
on the conference si the next
meeting ol the organization.
*
The annual donors' luncheon ol
the Council of Jewish Women will
he held next Wednesday, April 8S.
hi the 6 o'clock Club. Miami
Beach, at 12:30 p. 111. o'clock. In
charge of arrangements is Mrs
Louis !;. itothiein. chairman, as
I sislecl by Mesdames JcMllelte Cood.
Mac Dreyer, A. Rubin, Jack Simon.
Morris Alpert and Aaron Reder
Reservations for this event may
be made with Mrs. Heeler or any
member of the committee. An
elaborate program has been ar-
ranged.

Recently elected officers of thi
Miami section of the Senior Conn
ell of Jewish Women will be in
stalled at a luncheon :n (In
Strath Haven Hotel on May 11'
Full details will be announce)
shortly.

The regular meeting of the pub
lie- speaking class of the Colltlci
of Jewish Women will be held 01
Friday, April 2.'1. al the Seynv in
Hotel, 945 Pennsylvania avenue
Miami Beach, with Mrs Llhb-
London as hostess. Speaker- i"
include Mrs George Goldberg
whose subject will he "Books us
Fiicnds;" Mr-. Henj. BrOIISton
wim will speak on "The .i. a
an Agricultural People;" Mr
Louis Bugarman, whose subject
win be "Personality:" Mrs Rien
nor Bearman, who will speak "The Woman in Business," and
Mrs. Leonard Rosette, who wil'
-peak on "Mush the Language o'
Romance," demonstrated by the
singing of famous love snugs. She
will be a< companled ni the p ano
by M.s. Ethel Spielberg.

Mis. Harry M.ircus. Mis. Julius
Pearlman and Mrs. Eleanor Brown
will be joint hostesses ,-,t ;, I,,.,,,.
fit card party Sunday. April 26, at
8 p. m. o'clock at the Helene Hotel,
Miami Beach, for the benefit of tip.
Council of Jewish Women and the
Miami Chapter of Hadassah. Fol
lowing bridge, kelli) and other
gs.....s. refreshments will be served
The public is Invited to attend.

A number Of active and alumni
members i f I'hi Beta Delta Fra-
ternity from Miami and Miami
Beach will attend the annual spring
dance to be given by the Jackson-
ville Alumni Cli h on Saturday at
the Mayflower Hotel roof garden
Jacksonville. The occasion will
celebrate the twenty firth anniver-
sary of the founding i f the frater-
nity as a national organization.
Among those' who win attend are
K. Max Goldstein, Sam Sllverman,
Dr. Max Pepper, Haul Marks, Leon
ard Beldner, Crank Rose, Philip
Bremen, Simon Lipton, Alvin Cas-
scd. Jay Schwartz, \l\in Rlchter,
Ely K-iiz. Milton Frleman, Samuel
Silver. Lester Frank. Nat Williams.
Mr. and Mis. Sam Shier of Ma-
con. Oa., are announcing the en
Eagemeut of their daughter, Miss
Hannah Shier Of Miami, and Mr.
Jack J. Zlon of Miami The wedd
ing will take place on April L'ft at
the home of Mr. Zion's brother In-
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Al
Dubbin.

Mi. M II Prank, secretary of
lli'lh David Congregation and
treasurer of Hie Greater Miami
Jewish Cemetery Association, re-
turiii'd to the city after a business
trip to Jackson\Hie.

Wore! was received here of the
death in New York City of Mr.
Jacob Plant, father of Mr. Morris
Plant, long-time resident and coin-
munal worker of Miami Mr. Plant
was 74 years of age and a retired
merchant. Funeral services were
held in New York yesterday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Solomon are
receiving congratulations on the
birth ( f a son at the Victoria Hos-
pital last Friday The Hris will
'ie held today and the baby will
he called Samuel Norman. Mother
and baby are resting nicely
Mr. C.eorge E. Burney of th
New York Bread and Cake Co. lnf,
for a tour of the Western Sim.,
and will visit Los Angeles for .
brief stay.

Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham A. Keli.
ner will be hosts to the officers
and directors of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation the eve of
Lag R'Omer next Wednesday eve-
ning. April 28. at an Informal
supper.
Nominations for delegates to th
convention of the Zionist Organi
zalion of America was postponed
until the meeting of the local dis-
trict to he held the early part of
May. Plans for the Shekollm cam-
paign will be announced at this
meeting so that Miami may tnke
part In the efforts to enroll all
Jewry in the Shekel payer's rolls
tKAVENUfe
SUNDAY and MONDAY
April 25th and 26th
JOAN CRAWFORD
CLARK GABLE
Franchot Tone and Reginald Owen
LOVE ON THE RUN
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A man's promises are
worth no more than his
past actions and per-
formances.
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Friday, April 23. 193?
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Three
wJewisti Meridian
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FRIDAY, APRIL 23. Vol. 10No. 17 1937
21 .. .....
WHERE JEWS NEED HELP-POLAND
T
HREE million Jews
country. A relentless
in Poland, by tradition merchants and artisans, face a dismal future in that
, boycott/entirely unofficial, but supported by the powerful Nat.onaDcm era Ic
nkmptcy of thousands of Jewish mercantile establishmentshas ruined X rfah
Politics and Intolerance
We had hoped, as a result of the recent national election,
that the rebuke given by the electorate of the United States to
all engaged in the contemptible dissemination of race hatred
and bigotry would be sufficient to discourage further action on
the part of these gentlemen to whom Americanism and its ideals
is entirely strange and foreign.
Still fresh in our minds is the literature sent through the
mails by various un-American organizations to the voters of
Florida, among them the charge that our illustrious President
was in reality a Jew by the name of Rosenfeld and similar
nefarious and ridiculous diatribes. Florida answered these Hit-
leristic bigots in terms so definite and so detei lined that all
believed these remnants of the Middge A",es would hide their
heads in shame and silently disappear into the oblivion they so
well deserve.
To our horror and astonishment we lenrn that in Miami,
the Magic City, there has come slinking again an organization
known as the MUQUE, which has not yet learned the lesson of
Americanism. Originally setting forth and proclaiming them-
selves as anti-Catholic, they do not want to slight the Jews and
today are anti-Semitic as well. The decent citizenry of every
community regards these remnants of the dead and intolerant
past as a blot upon civilization and treats them accordingly
Yet it will not stand idly by and permit them to ply their ne-
farious wares without directing the attention of the unsuspect
ing public.
Today this Hitleristic and un-American organization is, we
are advised, engaged in and intent upon making itself a force
in the political life of Miami. With th,-s in mind, it is or hac
already endorsed certain candidates for the City Commission
and urging their members and fricrds to support them, not be
cause these candidates are worthy of office, but because these
candidates approve of the un-American, anti-Catholic and anti-
Semitic objects of this organization.
We are loathe to believe that any of the gentlemen who
aspire to the office of City Commissioner of Miami would have
any share in work of this kind We have had full faith and
confidence in the integrity and fairmindedness of every aspirant
We cannot believe that any one of these gentlemen, in his anx-
iety to garner votes, will permit himself directly, or indirec*lv,
through his friends or otherwise to become a pawn in the hands
of organizations such as we have described.
IT IS THE DEFINITE DUTY of each and every candi-
date, regardless of the effect on his political future, to firmly
unequivocally and publicly denounce organizations of th's kind
It is the bounden duty of each and everv candidate, if offered
the endorsement of organizations of this character, to denounce
and disavow such endorsements. If the candidate will hesitate
will look aside, or, to use the colloquial phrase, PUSSYFOOT,
then it is the duty of the decent-minded electorate, be he Jew
or non-Jew, to go to the ballot box and there, in unmistakable
terms, cast his vote and urge his friends to cast their votes
against any and every candidate who lacks the courage to do
the proper thing.
We trust it will not become our duty to advise our many
friends that candidates in violation of American principles have
accepted tacit or open endorsements of un-American organiza-
tions. As usual, we shall be on guard.
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of income to Jewish communities through a special Gemeinaen saies lax.
Distribution Committee funds, to take home to their parents at
"'The Joint Distribution Committee Is seeking $4,650000 this year
for overseas aid. of which $2,100,000 is to be allocated for Poland.
Rumania, and other east European lands, to be used to open new
trades and occupations for Jews; support Jewish hospitals, orphan-
ages, religious, child care and medical aid organizations; and to
further the work of free and cooperative loan societies through
whose activities hundreds of thousands of Jews are enabled to
remain meagerly self-supporting.
IN the accompanying photos, Number 1 shows pickets, the first line
of the bovcott movement, stationed in front of a Jewish establish-
ment in Minsk Mazowlecki; Photo 2 shows a Joint Distribution
Committee relief truck after it entered the pogromized town or
Truskolasv; Photos 3 and 4 show two typical aged workers, one a
75-year-old matriarch whose entire capital is a pall of pickles which
she must sell to provide food and shelter for her family and herseir;
and a bearded carter whose staggering burdens bring him scarcely
a livelihood; Photo 5 shows the children's ward of a J.D.C. main-
tained Jewish hospital, most of its inmates suffering from malnutri-
tion Photo Number 6 shows a group of children^ typical of the
many to be found in every Jewish community in Poland; 64,000 or
theni are fed each day with the aid of Joint Distribution Committee
funds.
Demand Ouster of Pro Nazi Teacher
From Philadelphia School
Philadelphia i WNS) Removal
of Dr. Bessie Ft. Bnrchett from the
faculty of the West Philadelphia
High School is demanded by Phila-
delphia Posi No. 77 of the Jewish
War Veteran! iu resolutions for-
warded to Mayor S, Davis Wilson.
the chairman of the board of edu-
cation, and Governor Qeorge H.
Earle. Dr. Burchet) Is charged
speaker at a \a/.i meeting on April
8, when she made a speech attack
ing the Philadelphia teaching sys-
tem and took parl in ceremonies
that Included Nazi ulutea and
kinging of Nazi songs.
Jewish News
Around the
World
Nazis Suppress All B'nai Brlth
Lodges In Germany
Berlin (WNS) Hitting back at
renewed anti-Nazi protests abroad
by swift retaliation against the
lews in Germany, the Nazi secret
police suppressed the B'nai B'rltb
throughout Germany In a series of
raids on all its lodges, Announce-
eiimt of the ban on the fraternal
and social older came alter nearly
inn B'nai B'rith officials, Includ-
ing the presidents of all lodges and
Other Of ils leaders, had I.....n re
leased after 24 hours of grilling.
The B'nai B'rith officials, Includ-
ing chief Rabbi Leo Baeck, head
of the Reich Representation of
German .lews and president of the
German Grand Lodge of the order,
were arrested without warning In
simultaneous midnight raids on
their homes. All property and
documents of the li'nai B'rith have
been confiscated.
In the absence of any official ex
planatlon for the ban i n the B'nai
B'rith, it was generally believed
thai the surprising action was re-
lated to anti-Nazi activities abroad
All of those arrested wore ques
tloned about the orginlzntion's re-
lations with Jewish organizations
abn ad. The reeling in Jewish cir-
cles here is that the suppression
of the B'nai B'rith is but the latest
in a series of steps to Intensify
the anti-Jewish persecution.
Commission nor His Majesty's
government will be parties to set-
tlng aside undertakings that were
so solemnly entered into," he said.
Weizmann Assures Actions Com-
mittee of Ultimate Victory
In Palestine
Sees American Honor at Stake In
Observance of Balfcur
Declaration
New York i WNS i Not nh
British honor "but American honor
and that of the European Allied
powers nt the war period is in-
volved in the proper observance
of the Balfour Declaration for the
establishment Of a Jewish National
Home in Palestine." Herbert Mor-
rison, Labor member of the House
of Commons, declared at a luncheon
given in his honor by the National
Labor Committee tor Palestine.
I assume that neither the Royal
Jerusalem I WNS) The meeting
of the Zionist Actions Committee,
supreme ruling body between Zion-
ist Congresses, opened here on the
note of determination sounded by
Dr, I'haiio Weizmann, president of
the Jewish Agency Tor Palestine,
in a message Of greeting addressed
to the conference. Cabling from
London, where he has been de-
tained by current political develop-
ments, Dr. Weizmann expressed re-
grel at his Inability to take part
in the sessions, lie expressed Hie
fervenl ci in Iction thai "ultimate
Vli lory must come to the Jewish
people because of their construc-
tive work."
A report circulated abroad that
the Jewish Agent-) lias requested
15,000 labor Immigration certifi-
cates for the six-month period be-
glnning April was described here
by officials as untrue.


Page Four
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April 23, 1937
Strictly
Confidential
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
High Seas Despatches
The rumpus over the disclosure
that Magila Kontanges, a French
woman, was Mussolini's inamorata
for a time, reminds us that befi re
11 Duce got married and when be
was still a Socialist his lady love
was Angelica Hulabanoti'. a Rus-
sian Jewess, who helped liim edit
a Socialist paper King Carol's
eagerness to rid Houmania of the
anti-Semitic Iron Guard is due less
to opposition to Jew-baiting than
to a desire to advance his own
Fascist youth movement, which is
called Stiajerl Already the
Strajerl is organized in schools
and universities London Is
buzzing with a Btory that Oliver
Hoare, financier brother ol Sir
Samuel Hoare. first Lord of the
Admiralty, had a se< hi pow-wow
with Hitler recently The re
call of Dr. Hans Luther as Ger-
man envoy to Washington may
have been due, in part at least.
to the discovery that his only close
personal friend is Hen Kcerner.
a Jewish architect in Essen .
Koerner, who built the Essen
synagogue and the Ford factory in
that city on the recommendation
of Luther, directed the eclucat cm
of Luther's daughter when Krau
Luther died The theory of
Aryan supremacy suffered a healthy
rebuff when the only German t'
win a prize at an International
chorus contest in Zurich was Dr.
Erich Katz of Freiburg Kati
won fourth prize in competition
with 60 composers from 10 lands
. That Moses was the world's
greatest military strategist is the
conclusion of Davorln Zunkowltsch,
an officer of the Yugoslav army,
who has written a whole treatise
on the military aspects of the Jew
ish exodus from Egypt Helene
Eisner, nee Naschauer, Theodor
Herzl's sister-in-law. has died In
Vienna ... A depression has hit
the market for Hitler's autobli a
raphy in Stockholm The
Swedish edition of "Main Kampf,"
which once sold for 7..r kronen can
now be had for 2.5 kronen, with
few takers.
Communally Speaking
Unity in the anti-Nazi boycott
movement is a lot closer than many
people think The office Staff
of the United Palestine Appeal
headquarters is organizing a union
... It will he an A. F. of L. afrili
ate The work of the Nations
Coordinating Committee for Aid
to German Refugees lias grown BO
fast that the National Council ol
Jewish Women, with which !
shared offices, has bad to move I
new quarters at 1819 Broad wa;
. The prize for the best hi mi"
of the month must go to the copy
writer who authored that four-page
Insert for Packard cars in the
April Issue of the R'nal P/rith
Magazine The special color
supplement was entitled "This is
the story of a Una! H'rith mem
ber who made a life-long dream
rome true" But on page throe
there is a picture of a man driv-
ing a Packard and he's addressed
as "Mr. Ryan" Jewish chari
ties and sponsors of benefit din-
ners who use the names of Jew-
ish judges as bait for all sorts of
functions will he out of luck soon
. The New York City Bar As
soeiatlon has gone on record as
condemning the practice of judges
lending their names for such pur-
poses ... Dr. Joachim Prlnz, Ber
lln's leading rabbi, who is now
visiting in New York, will prob-
ably remain for good ... A past
gal in Pittsburgh, a former Rus-
sian, who is reviving the ancient
art The famous Lake Tarleton
Club in New Hampshire, where
Dartmouth College men have their
ski trails, has passed into the
hands of the Family Jacobs, op
erators of the Hotel Alamac of
Miami Reach We haven't had
any cigars yet. but Arthur J. Lely-
veld. publicity man for the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, is press-agenting the birth
of one Joseph Salem l.elyvelcl .
And before its time to light the
Chanukah candles the Walter
WinchellS will be announcing the
arrival of a yc ling 'nn We
award the band -made bath sponge
to Samuel Frledlander of Memphis.
who Is the proud owner of a patent
for the first bathtub which has a
door and a handle.
SECUREaSHEKEL
u.s.cgnTrai'sneKei'Bodrq.iiiydvcMwyorKi
Facsimile of poster that will be distributed throughout the United
States in an effort to obtain the maximum number of Shekel voters
in the history of the Zionist movement.
MILLIONS HAVE
ENTERED THE
OLD GOLD
CONTEST
The makers of old (.old Ciga-
rettes did not forget to include
their Jewish friends in their 1200,-
0110 Prize Contest as is evidenced
by their repeated announcements
In our publication.
Many of our readers hav6 en-
tered this contest and are solving
the puzzle pictures. If you have
not done so yet, there is still time
to enter and plenty of time to
solve the puzzles.
All you have to do Is to go to
your nearest cigarette dealer and
ask him for a set of officiul Old
Hold I'uzzle Pictures together with
full rules and regulations about
the contest. Follow the Instruc-
tions carefully and you will be en-
tered in the contest at once. If
your dealer cannot supply you with
these puzzles, send your request
to this newspaper and it will be
giveu immediate attention.
Dig money is not the only thing
you can win in this contest. You
can ulso win the satisfaction of
Kitting acquainted with Double-
| Mellow Old Gold Cigarettesthe
cigarette that never reaches you
in a stale or B ;ggy conditionthe
cigarette which is always fresh.
Hear in mind, too, that after you
try your first pack of Double-Mel
low Old Golds and you are not
delighted with them you get Double
Your Money Back. Success to you.
national commander in-chief of the
Jewish War Veterans is being
boomed for a magistrates job in
New York.
It's a Fact
I.os Angeleana ought to have a
look at |{, cm :r_'!i of the Cham
ber of Commerce Building .
That's the publishing office of the
Christian Free Press, a new Jew
baiting lag which is preach ng
What is tantamount to advocacy
of pogroms The sheet reveals
thai the Militant Christian Patriots
are raising an Edmondson defense
fund to finance the cost of de-
fending the notorious anil-Semitic
pamphleteer Film Producer
Waller Wanger is said to have
given assurances that anti-Zionist
pails of Vincent Slieean's book.
"Personal Appearance," win be
omitted from the screen version
. Anti-Nazis working in German
munitions factories are getting in
some good licks for the Spanish
Loyalists They're filling shells
with sawdust instead of powder
md jamming wads of papers be-
ween the firing pin and percus-
Rebels The anti-Nazi boycott
if German-made films is so potent
'hat all distributors of foreign-
made pictures are submitting them
Inadvance to the Joint Boycott
Council for an O.K. Even "The
Golem." a picture with a Jewish
theme, asked for and received this
endorsement Our colleague,
Rernard Postal, who's been run-
ning himself dizzy attending the
four postponed trials of Fritz
Kuhn. tells us that many of the
so-called Kuhn sympathizers who
throng the courtroom are really
anti-Nazi Germans ... He saw
one of them reading a copy of a
Yiddish paper, no less.
PotPourrl
Albert Goldman, the Chicago
lawyer who is acting as counsel
tor Leon Tic tZky at the- Mexico
City Inquiry, was for several years
a stude-iit at the He-brew College
about two decades ago It's
hard to believe, but Jacob Pish-
li s sixtieth year ... If yc u begin
to see Galveston mi the front pane,
credit it to Resells ll. Werlln
crack female reporter, who's just
been named official public rela-
tions counsel [or the Texas city
. And ir you wonder why hand-
man, genial editor of the- Jewish
Morning Journal, has entered upon I
weaving is suddenly enjoying a
new veiL-ue blame it on a Jewish
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Friday, April 23, 193?
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN

BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN
6996 Albacore Drive
Miami Beach 6-9875
One or both of the Rabbis w
ing throughout the year.
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31st St.
Miami 2-9548
11 be at the Temple every morn-
WliamL
Y. M. H. A.
By LEW SAFANOWITZ
Pinchhitting for
HARRY SCHWARTZ
Good morning, afternoon cr eve
o-
c
CONGREGATIONAL
-o o-
TEMPLE CALENDAR
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, April 21, at 8:16 p. m., Dr.
Kaplan will speak <>n the subject
( f Father and Son."
M. VICTOR MILLER
'Aclire MOB." "After the death"
.it M. Victor .Miller, an entire com-
munity mourns, and rightfully so
But Temple Israel, in addition to
the general loss, has suffered from
an additional, personal loss; for
M. Victor Miller was a member of
the Hoard of Trustees and chair-
man of the .Membership Commit-
tee Of Temple Israel. Temple
Israel mourns the loss of this be-
loved son because his greatest
Jewish interest was Temple Israel,
and to the interests of that or-
ganization he devoted most of his
time when not burdened with his
overwhelmingly numerous duties
of his professional and civic life.
"Vehachal yiten el libo," let the
living take his life as an example
. Many of our young, able pro-
fessional men who are white hopes
and pride of the Jewish commu-
nity, forsake the sources that
nourish them and erase from their
hearts the faith of their people,
because they believe that that Is
the sacrifice which they must of
fer on the altar of "success." M
Victor Miller achieved "success" In
the best sense of the weird, and
yet he remained loyally faithful
and enthusiastically active in the
undertakings of bis people and his
congregation.
"Chaval al deovdin velo mlsb-
takchln." great la the loss of those
departed who cannot be forgotten
Temple Israel cannot and will no'
forget M Victor Miller.
Sunday. M^y 16 Confirmation.
Friday, May 23 Graduation,
Sunday. May 30 Closing exer
sea.
Sunday. June C Religious School
picnic.
famous spieler (of Karnum and
Bailey's circus) will offer his
(death-defying) Bunco Came, music'
will he played for those desiring
the opportunity of dancing, various
amusing games will also he offered
with a food supply booth thai will
enable you to fill the empty spot
You will also have the opportu-
nity Of making faces (the ens-
iling, or- whatsoever time you may tomera are always right) at the
happen to read this column will booth men. the local "V" hoys,
he fine and so lo the Messr and any thlngyou do will he O.K.
Shochet and Schwartz, my humble Vou, dear leader (tricky Bye),
thanks; to the reader, my great can do your part. The admission
est gratitude for reading this tar |g nothing. The time is Sunday
and the hope that you will con- night and the date April 26. T e
tlnue io reed io the very end. this location, 1567 s. \v. Fifth Btreel
column which stall- off ill sue The V. M. II. A. cluhroom- and
a good morning, afternoon and the evening one of fun and pleas-
evening manner. ure galore.
Ves, sir; Yea, Ma'am, the v. M, Gel a croud up. a gang to
ii. a. is ai ii again; Co-Chairmen gether mother, wife, sweetheart,
Serkln and Blatt and their respec friend each and everyene is In-
GENERAL
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On Sunday evening, April 26,
Df, Kaplan will speak in West
Palm Beach at the meeting for the
J. O. ('. drive
Dr. Kaplan will deliver the bene
diction at the commencement ex
erclses of Hie luiversilv of Miami.
On Wednesday evening. April
21, Rabbi Zwltman addressed the
Jewish Students' Corps at the Uni
verslty of Miami.
Rabbi Zwitman will deliver the
invocation and the benedivtlon al
the commencement exercises ol
the Uobeit E. I.ee Junior High
School.
I Jr. Kaplan will address Hie
Southern Business College nexl
Wednesday. Subject, "Business
Vesterday ami Today."
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
At the Religions School services
of Temple Israel last Sunday
morning, the birthdays celebrated
were those of Joe Gassenlieimc..
Ann Qundershelmer and Mania
Kohl. The social service offering
was $7.7'. and the class that had
a perfect record, both for the beat
attendance and for the best col
lei I mi, was High School ", the
Confirmation Class.
The members of the Continia
tion Class of Temple Israel win
will he confirmed on May 16, 19117.
are the following:
Nathan Aronovitz. Theresa Ber-
lin, Jane Bronner. Ileen Freedman.
Marcia Irene Kohl, Betty Letaw,
Dorothy Anne Levin. Lenore Levy.
Ina Shirley Levy, Betty Liebling.
William Aaron Mayer, Bernard I.
Miller, Dorothy Morris, Theodore
II. Plant. Daniel M. Richter. Harry
Rimer, Irving Rubin. Merton Si-
mon, Xataleah Simons, Vincent M.
Bngarman, Stanley C. Wasman
and Jeanne T. Welnberg.
SISTERHOOD
The Temple' Slsterl......I Installa-
tion luncheon will take place Mon
day. May :t. The place will lie an
noilllced later.
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live committee members of every
division of I hi' V. M. H. A. have
arranged a (Jala Bazaar and Dance
(much to the sorrow of the. local
business men because the shinning
lias brought results, and what re
suits). Butchers, bakers and
candlestick makers, lawyers, doe
his. cleaners, merchants, food
venders, machine venders, builde>s,
stationers, hooters, jewelers and
even Ichthyologists il hid thai
viied; bring everybody ami lets
get in ihe swim of the' "V" doings
If there should happen to he
any ci mplalnts on this column, get
in touch with the editors of The
Jewish Florldian and we can assure
you there win he no repetit'on.
I now take this opportunity of
closing this first attempt at a
column by wishing each and every
reuder the best uf everything.
So long till I see yon Sunday
word gets them I are doing their night, April 25, at the- "V club-
share by donating valuable nier- rooms during the bazaar and
cbandlse and prizes to be offered dance.
at the bazaar and dance. I'.S. Our friend. Boris Schlach-
Mr Jules (Move Over) Wilson, man, will also he present.
Page Five
THERE IS STILL
TIME TO ENTER
THE OLD GOLD
CONTEST
Although the Old Gold Cigarette
Contest began last month, there is
still plenty of time to enter this
ec ntest. Start today. Don't de-
lay. There is plenty "f time to
solve ihe fascinating puzzles.
All you have to do is to go to
your nearest cigarette dealer and
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I'ilKe Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. April 23. 1931
Political
Briefs
Protestants, Catholics and JewB,
bualnea, professional and laboring
elements are all represented in the
Possey advisory commltte which is
advocating the re-election o(
Mayor A I), ll. Possey to the City
Ci mmlsslon. Active in the civic
life "i the community tor the pas)
30 years, Mr, Possey has dis-
charged the duties ol h s office
without feai or favoi and for the
bes| Interests of all the citizens,
regardless of race, color cr cr.....I.
As a leader In communal work, he
always believed in action, not
words, Representing the citizens
and residents of Miami, lie cham-
pioned their cause in obtaining the
redui t imi in milk prices, led In the
fight which resulted in the build
Ing of the much t.....ded Miami
Stadium and other similar merl-
ti rions measures. His friends
urge his retention In office on his
record of service t" Miami.
plishments in the city's Interests,
Hi' promises to continue to work
for a business administration < I the
city without tear or favor to any-
one,
Mrs. B. Set/or. Mrs. II. Setzer,
Miss Ethel Joel, Mrs. i. Bucholtz,
Mr~. .1. Weinstein, Mrs. Haskel
Zimmerman, Mrs. Halmoviti and
Mrs. T, M. Schneider.
Retiring .-.om the office i f eon
stalde of District No. 2 ol Dad"
County only a short time ago,
Charlie Dillon, who made a spleil
did record of law enf rcemenl foi
the two years he held office, Is
now ;i candidate for ti.....fflce ol
City Commissioner of Miami He
has been a resident of Hade County
I'' r 38 years ami has I.....n acth e
in the political, religious ami com-
munal work of the city, He pledges,
If elected, it clean business admin
Istration of Miami's affairs and
points to his record In office I i
efficiency and willingness lo take
care ol the people's wants ns thf>
reason for bis election to the of-
fice be now seeks.
in opening his campaign bead
quarters at the McAllister Arcade
this week. \ir w. i; n,., her, can-
didate for the City Commission of
Miami, Cianked his many enthusi-
astic supporters and promised the
administration i f city affairs on n
strict business basis A resident
of Miami for the past 20 years, be
lias I.....n active in the Shrine, Km1
and Heel Club and other civic, fra-
ternal ami welfare organizations
He served with distinction as tax
collet tor of i lade County and, If
elected, promises adequate police
pn lection, i- opposed to tax sales
In any form. As a business man
and head of one of the largest au-
tomobile agencies in Plorida, Mr
Becker ins tl......instrated, his
many friends point out, an ability
'ii realize and Bolve business prob
leins similar to that wtaii h ci nfronl
the city Commislon,
James l(. c oper, prominent at
torney, grove owner, business man
ami active iii the fraternal und
communal wrk of Miami, is a can-
didate for the office of city Com-
missioner of .Miami, lie has served
as assistant County S llcitor with
a splendid record of achievement,
and has established himself as
capable and efficient In any work
bo undertakes. He pledget an ef-
ficient, economical adm'nlstration
of Miami's affairs,
The celebration of Phi Beta
Delta's Silvei Jubilee has reached
state-wide uttention and the Jack-
sonville Alumni club is aiding in
the national celebration. This
year's annual spring dame, spoil
sored by the alumni, will lie held
in collaboral mi itb the jubilee.
The Alumni Club has made plans
h hold its tenth annual dance
nil lie rOOf Of tile Ma\fhmel" Hotel
Saturday.
r i Beta Delta, a national social
fraternity, has chapters located at
many of the In portanl colleges and
universities tip oughoul the ci tin
try Tin- Plorida chapter is lo
ciited on the campus or the I'ni
versity of Florida. Helta Chapter
at (iainesville, is 12 years old am1
urn- of the fraternity's outstanding
chapter-
Jacksonville Notes
Dr. Ralnh Ii. Perguson, one of
the active candidates In the race
tor City Commissioner of Miami.
ha* lii-en a resident of Miami for
the past IS years I luring his life
in ihis a-ea he has been prominent
in local civic, professl nnl and fra-
ternal organizations. He ha- been
ii member of the city of M ami
Boxing Commission and active in
the promotion of athletic activities
io benefit the ci iiiniiin ty. Enter-
ing Hie race two years ago be lost
by less than om- hundred votes
and, contrary to his personal In-
i llnal ions, elltet ed the contest
again this year at the behest of
bis many friends, If elected. Dr.
Perguson promises he will i ppose
an Increase in realty assessments,
u ill advocate a decrease in the
cosi of occupational licenses, wll'
work for more adequate police pro-
tection, the extension if utilities
and conveniences to outlying sec
Hons of the city, and an Increase
ill the public parka system. He is
Opposed lo the retention of the
ii i ni city safety director and
against Becrei meetings of the city
Ci mmlsslon.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis \\". Karsilian
announce the birth of a daughter.
Lynn Pendig, on Tuesday, April i:i
in St. Vincents Hospital. Mis
K.irsinini was formerly M -s oiga
Pendig.
The Daughters of Israel enter
tained its members nl a ilessi-rl
bridge Wednesday afternoon ii
the auditorium of the Jacksonville
Jew Ish Center. Festivities b igni
at 2:30 o'cli i k and a full after
noon or entertainment was pre
vlded. Mrs. a. Selber and Mrs M
Mirkis, who wire co-chairmen o'
the hum looked f r e\enl. madi
elaborate plans for the affair
which is one of the first of its kind
given by the organization.
i in the committee for the event
with Mrs. Selber anil Mrs Mirkis
were Mrs. \i Wexler, Mrs. s Datz
Mrs B. B. Yl fie.-. Mis, ,1. Ilackel.
Senior Hadassali members me
Wednesday in the Jewish Center
Most f the quotas of the various
funds ni' the i hapter have beer
fulfilled and the membership is
planning to concentrate on thi
donors' affair. It is announcer'
thai 11 ii-e planning to cnntrlbuti
towards the Hadassali Medical Or
ganizatlon fund, or the denors'
fund, are requested to do so within
tin' next week or two. so that flna'
plans may he completed. Anyom
desiring Information regarding this
i- asked to communicate with Mr-
Sam Weiss, cha Irman i f the
donors' fund.
Following tin- business sessior
an Interesting and Informatlvi
n -ii on Jewish Philanthropy was
:ir.....nted by Mrs. Sam Weiss.
A social hour followed 'he meet
Ing and program and the hostess
nerved refreshments,
Oermany was the Inevitable reward
of cowardice,
Taking Mr. Alfred M. Cohen,
president of Hie American H'nal
H'rith. to task for his refusal to
support any active movement
against the Nazis, Mr. Dntermyer,
who has been a member of the
B'nal B'rith tor more than -in years,
said:
"The B'nal B'rith has been un-
ceremoniously outlawed and kicked
out of Germany and its property
has been confiscated.
"It was because of the foolish.
short-sighted policy which Mr.
Cohen persisted in pursuing, ol
propitiating ami working with
these inhuman brutes that the or-
ganization was led into deserting
;ts principle- and its Jewish hn-ib
"en in all pints of the world, and
nto refusing to participate in the
boycott iii this country, in com-
non with millions of human beings
from all parts of the world, inilud
am Jews, organized labor, Catho-
Ics and others, I. a 50-Odd year
nember of the organization, deeply
esented the truckling of B'nal
'I'rilh which has now been repaid
vith the poetic justice thill is the
'nevltable rewind <>t cowardice."
Saying thai the wholesale con
'iscalion of the vast properties of
'he labor unions. Masonic orders
tnd others has been known for a
''.UK time. Mr. I "lite- myer said peo-
ple continued "to hope against
hope thai because of the good it
was doing in all parts of the world. ;
the B'nal B'rltb would escape the
rate Of so many eleemosynary in-
stitutions. "
"The tragic part of the whole
business," he continued, "Is that
the .attitude of the president. Mr.
''oheii. has from the beginning run
counter to the overwhelming wishes
and sentiments of the organiza-
tion's entire membership. Your
president did nd dare submit the
question of the boycott to the
members who have long been prac-
tically unanimous in its favor and
are practicing It in defiance of his
wishes."
I'rging Judge (lolden to use bis
influence in behalf of the boyo tt.
Mr. Dntermyer said: "Now that
the cruel, long-expected blow has
fallen. I am writing to ask thai you
invoke your great influence in the
organization to bring about an of-
ficial resolution approving the boy-
cott."
m m
RALPH B.
"DOC"
FERGUSON
The People's Independent
Choice for
CITY
COMMISSIONER
i Paid Political Ad
B'nai B'rith
Head Rebuked
Following the expulsion of the
B'nal B'rith and the confiscation
of its pn perty by the Nazi gov-
ernment this week. Samuel Cuter
myer, president ol the Non Sec
tat iun Ami Nazi League, in all
open letter to ludge I. M. Golden
of San Francisco, Cal., declared t<>
diiv that organization's fate in
v.. O. Sewell, pioneer Mlamlan,
former mayor, pasl president of
the Miami Chamber of Commerce,
one of the prime movers in adver-
tising tin- attractions of Miami to
the outside world, i- a candidate
fi re-election to the City Com-
mission, lie points to his long
battle for a reduction in public
ill lily rales as an c\ idence of bis
determination to work for the in-
terests of the entire community
rather than a selfish few. lie asks
for return to the City Commission
on the basis of hi* record in public
life, and his history of real accoui-
QUARTER OF A MILLION GRAVY??
<'.ish receipts, in If) of 21 city neeounts now are
$2.">2.4M0.fi5 more than Insl year! K this extra
revenue In lie SO liillell IMJIVV In lie spread
around? Or is it in In- SAVKI) it- iii ,ni\ other
liusiness '
SEE THAT IT'S SAVED BY VOTING FOR
W. RANDLE BECKER
for CITY COMMISSIONER

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Friday, April 23, 1937
JU
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seven
Society
An Important meeting of the
Indies Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
lah Orthodox Congregation will be
held at the synagogue next Tues-
day evening, April 27, beginning
at 8 p. m., when a report of the
nominating committee will be pre-
sented. Following the nominations,
election of officers will be held.
All members are urged to attend.

Miami was shocked last Sunday
night when word was received of
the tragic death in an automobile
accident of M. Victor Miller, promi-
nent attorney and civic worker
here, while returning to Miami in
company with Paul Jeans, editor
of the Miami Tribune, from a visit
to Tallahassee.
Miller, a native of England, came
to this country while a child,
studied at the Ohio State I'niver
sily. the University Of Florida and
received his law degree at tlie
University of Miami. Immediately
up'n his opening law offices he
began an active participation in
civic and communal affairs. He
was one of the organizers of the
Miami Beach Junior Chamber of
Commerce, a Mason, Shriner. Elk
member of the B'nal B'rith, an ac-
tive member of the board of di-
rectors of Temple Israel and
cliHirman of its membership com-
mittee, a member of Meth .lacol-
Congregation, the Zionist District
snd other communal and fiateina'
organizations. He served as asso
iate judge of the Municipal Court
cf Miami Ileach and was vice presi
riont and attorney for the Miami
Tribune.
Funeral services were held at
the Niceley Funeral Home on
Tuesday In the presence of thou
sands of friends. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro of Beth David Congregation,
a long-time friend of the family.
and Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan officiated
with Cantor Boris Schlachmar
chanting the "Kol Molay." The
Masonic Lodge and the Klks IahIk'
conducted final rites at the tuners'
home. The strict Orthodox rltua'
was observed and final services
were held at the graveside. In
terment was In the Jewish section
of the Woodlawn Cemetery. Mr.
Miller, who was *t years of age.
left surviving him. his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. I.ouis Miller: a brother.
Harry Miller, and two sisters, Mrs.
Freda I,utzky and Mrs. Ernie Wolf.
Resolutions of condolence were
adopted by the Legislature of Flor
Ida. now In session in Tallahassee;
the Bade County Bar Association
Temple Israel, the Zionist District
of C.reater Miami, the B'nal B'rith
Ixidge and numerous other organl
zations.

Bernie Frank, son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. B. Frank, long-time resi
dents of this area, is a member
of the University of Miami tennis
team which in the past two weeks
has scored notable victories against
Rollins College, the Cnlversity of
New York and Princeton Univer-
sity. Bernie has won every match
he has been In. both singles and
doubles. He is the only Jewish
member of the team and has been
an outstanding tennis player while
at high school, at the Universitv
of Florida and now with the Uni-
versity of Miami.
by Albert Bacher. Harry Green and
David Golde. The public is urged
to patronize this event.

At a well-attended meeting of
Beth David Sisterhood election for
officers for the coming year was
held and the following chosen:
President, Mrs. Sol. Rotfort; first
vice president, Mrs. Harry Oil
pliant; second vice president, Mrs
J. Engler; third vice president
Mrs. Mendel Scheinherg; record
ing secretary, Mrs. Jack August.
corresponding secretary. Mrs. Sadyi
G. Rose; financial secretary, Mrs
Mollle Apte; treasurer, Mrs. So'
Welnkle; auditor, Mrs. Ed. Fried
man; lergeant-at-arms. Mrs. Ber
Kandel; directors for three years
Mrs. Chss. Abbot, Mrs. Wm. Blut
stein and Mrs. M. Rlppa, The in
stallation dinner will he held oi
Sunday evening. May 2. at Bell
David Talmud Torah Hall, with
Mrs. Jack Ballot heading the at
rangements commitee.

An important meeting of the o'
ficers and commitee of the Unite
Jewish Campaign, comprising ri>
Greater Miami area, will lie hel
today at 12:3ft p. m. o'clock at th
Palatial Kosher Restaurant) a
which time definite plans will be
made to conclude the local cam
palgn. All members of the com
mittee and all interested in till
work are invited to attend.

Herman Samet. 68. of 713 KucliC
avenue. Miami Beach, died at hi'
home Wednesday following a shoi'
illness. Mr. Samet. who came here
'2 years ago from Atlanta, Ga
ind engaged in the grocery aip'
delicatessen business, leaves the
widow. Mrs. Rose Samet; three
daughters. Pauline and Thelma 0*
Miami Beach, and Mrs. Moriip
Rubin of Atlanta, and four sons
Jerry and Jack of Miami Beach:
Louis of Atlanta, and William of
New York. Funeral services were
conducted in the Niceley l-'iinera'
Home's Miami Reach chapel Wed
nesday with Rabbi Max Shapin
officiating. Masonic rites wcr<
also read. Burial was in Wood'nwr
Park Cemetery's Jewish section.
RESOLUTION
Whereas, the Jewish common it-
of Greater Miami has suffered nr
irreparable loss in the sudden nil''
untlmelv death of M. V1CTOP
MILLER;
Be it therefore resolved tliit thr
Zlonlst District of Greater Miami
at a meeting held on Monday eve
nine. April lit. does herehv ex ten
condolences and heart-felt sympfl
thles to the family;
And he it further resolved th-'
these resolutions he recorded '
the records of this orasnitnt'n'
and a copy forwarded to the faml''
of the deceased.
Rabbi Max Shapiro. President.
Nathan Adelman. Secretary.
The welfare division of Enuinah
Chapter O. K. S. is sponsoring a
luncheon at the Southern Cafeteria
on Monday. May 3. from 11:80
a. m. to 2:30 p. m. o'clock for the
benefit of the Masonic Home Fund.
In charge of arrangements is Mrs.
Lena Simon, who is being assisted ^
At the Movies
Against a background of inter-
national intrigue, with Scotland
Yard detectives close on their
heels In a mad dash over the map
of Europe, Joan Crawford and
Clark Gable appear In their pic-
ture, "Love on the Hun," opening
Sunday at the Seventh Avenue
Theatre.
Prominent in supporting roles
are Franchot Tone. Reginald
Owen. Mona Barrie, Ivan Lebedeff,
Chales Judcls and William Du-
ma rest.
Gable portrays a newspaperman
and Miss Crawford an American
heiress. She runs away from the
altar and a pompous nobleman Into
Gable and trouble. Tone has the
part of a newspaper buddy of
Gable's.
David Croil, Jewish Minister of
Labor In Ontario, Ousted For
Backing Labor Rights
Toronto. Canada (WNSl Be-
cause lie would rather march will
the workers than ride with Gen
eral Motors. David A. Croll. Kus
skin horn minister of labor and
public welfare of the Province Of
Ontario and the first Jew to h Id
a cabinet post in any of the Do-
minion's 10 provincial govern-
ments, was forced out of office
by Premier Mitchell Hepburn be
cause he wouldn't see eye to eye
with him over the strike of Gen-
eral Motors workers at Oshawn.
Ontario. Croll, who is only 37.
is a former mayor of Windsor and
had been in the Ontario cahine'
since 1984 when the Liberal gov-
ernment took Office. Until re
cently he was the legal god-father
>f the Dionne quintuplets in hi-
opacity as minister of public wel
fare.
serve a summons on "the mulatto
whom thousands of Negroes called
"God." Greene went to Father
Divine's "Kingdom" with Paul
Comora, a professional process
server. Just as Comora laid the
summons on the rostrum where
Father Divine was presiding over
banquet services, knives flashed.
Greene went down under blows
and knife thrusts while Comora
fled. An eight-state police alarm
is out for Father Dhlne on a
charge Of felonious assault. Three
of his followers are under arrest.
Greene Is critically wounded.
New York (WNSl- The estate
of the late Paul Max Warburg,
White Oak Leather
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SEEKS CITY
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HARLEM TENSE AS JEW
IS STABBED BY FATHER
DIVINE'S FOLLOWERS
New York (WNSl Feeling is
running high in Harlem, scene of
inti-Jewish boycott agitation twi
ears ago. as a result of the stab
bing of Harry Greene. Jewish
building contractor of Weehawken,
N. .1.. as he entered Father Divine's
Harlem Kingdom to help a friend
JAMES R. COOPER
i
i
RESOLUTION
Whereas, Almighty God. in II!
divine wisdom, has seen fit to re
move from our midst a valuable
member of this organization and
the entire Jewish common ty will
the untimely death of M. VICTOR
MILLER;
Be it unanimously resolved the'
Snolem Lodge of B'nai B'rith ex-
tends its slncerest sympathies to
the family of the late M Vlctot
Miller;
And be it further resolved that
a copy of these resolutions be for-
warded to the family of the de-
ceased,
Nathan Adelman, President.
Milton A. Friedman. Secretary.
EVERYONE
Is Urged to Attend
Theatre
Performance
for the Benefit of
Roumanian
Jewish Workers
SUNDAY
APRIL 25th8 P. M.
Beth David
Auditorium
135 N. W. 3rd Avenue
ADMISSION 50c
Grove Owner Business
Man and Lawyer
appreciates the confidence
of the approximately five
thousand signers who en-
dorsed hi* candidacy for
(he nomination to office of
City Commissioner. James
I{. Cooper accepts this
nomination from his many
friends with gratitude and
pledges no alliance to any
newspaper or any group
of men and if elected will
be free to use his best
judgment in any and all
problems brought before
the Commission.
.lames R. Cooper has
lived practically his entire
life in this area and he
presents the record of his
life as his platform.
(Paid Political Adv.I
FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT
PROGRESS AND PUBLIC
WELFARE
ELECT
CHARLIE DILLON
City Commissioner
A RESIDENT OF DADE COUNTY
38 YEARS
brother of Felix M. Warburg and
the man credited with helping cre-
ate the Federal Reserve System,
amounted to J3.517.S49 gross and
$2,513,583 net. whereas his fortune
was estimated to have been in ex-
cess of $50,000,000 at the time of
his death on January 24, 1932, a
transfer tax appraisal revealed.
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Page Bight
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April 88, 1987
Tampa Notes
Mr. and Mi*, i K. Lubetzky an-
nounce the Bar Mltsah of their
son, Louis, at Hi" Rodcph Sholom
Synagogue on Friday al R o'clock
p, in. Dii Saturday morning,
Y. M. H. A. NOTES
The membership drive ot ihe v.
M II \. began with the breakfast
dii Sunday morning, al which time
workers o i th<' drive received their
Instructl ns from Cumpaiitn Chair-
man Morris 11 Welsmau. In the
evening Rabbi dilman \. Zwltman
of the Temple Israel of Miami de-
livered -in address and made an
appeal for Y M, II A. membership.
The drive will !" concluded, of-
ficially, cm Monday, April :!;. al
s o'clock p. in.
In celebration of Tampa's Jew
ry's partlcipaOlon In this drive,
the V. M. II. A "ill give ;i Laos
B'omer Victory dance, in which
all members, their families and
friends iii be guests. Joe Russo
mill his orchestra will furnish the
music. A \crv gay ;nnl so. lable
time is anticipated.
The first picnic of the season
is being planned for Sunday, May
2.'!. al Temple Terrace In co-opera-
tion iil: the Ladies Auxiliary of
Congregation Rodi ph Sholom This
will be the first Sunday following
Shevuoth, a very appropriate time
for a picnic,
who wore-exiled from Germany
since 1933, it is revealed in the
foundation's report of activities toi
1936. Raymond n. Fosdlck, presl
ili-ni of the foundation, also made
public ;i copy or a book containing
a list oi' 1,639 German scholars
who lesi their citizenship rights
and positions in Germany and who
are IIOW ill exile. The hook lists
the names of many Jewish scholars,
scholars with Jewish antecedents,
in some cases remote, mill of
scholars connected with Jews bj
marriage, it also includes many
who by the Nazi-definition of an
Aryan arc eligible to leach in Ger
many lint whose political convli
lions make them persona noil
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Federal Trade Commission Warns
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Notes
Many reservations have been
made for the public card party
Sunday night al Temple Israel,
Mrs. .1. Cras. Miss Sadie Kskln and
Mrs. Jacob tilnsherg will bo host-
esses. Refrcshmi nts will he i 11 ed
and there will lie many prizes.
"Cheerfulness ami Divine Love"
is the topic i i' Rabbi a s. Klein
feld's sermon Friday night al Tom-
pie Israel.
Rabbi Kleinfeld has been invited
in ill": ii ale al tin- wedding of Miss
Revelle Jacobson of St, Petersburg
and Mr. George Agel of Burlington,
Vermont, which will take place
April 28 in si. Petersburg.
At a general meeting nl Temple
Israel Monday night it was d>c hied
to retain Rabbi Klelllfpld and a
new budget was appr veil.
Mr. an-l Mrs Albert Tebole In-
vited friends to the I' 'ita\ Hob
pitiil Friday afternoon, April 23,
at 1 p. m to attend the clrcum
cision of their new son.
Harry K. Brown of the New York
American, who lias been vacation-
ing lice for Home time, plans to
leave next week lor New York.
Milieu It. Marco, Owen call.
Fred Weal and R, Stretch.....f
Gainesville spent last weekend in
Daytona Beach,
Miss Florence Pepper is visiting
in Jai ksonilllc iiiis week-end ami
attending a P ii Beta Delta alumnus
dance.
Jewish News
A r o u n cl the
World
Foundation Gave $532,181 to Aid
Exiled German Scholars
New Vork tWNSl Tin- Rocke-
feller Foundation lias granted a
total of $532.'81 in behalf of i.m
German Jewish refugees, scholars
condemned this fraudulent practice.
Washington, D. ('. IWNS) The
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fri m Germany as a nick to evade
i e anti-Nazi boycott was de-
nounced by the Federal Trade
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Rabbi R-aps Smith For Calling
U. S. Christian Nation
New York (WN8) Reminding
former Governor Allied E. Smith
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1928 all religious groups rallied to
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liam F. Rosenblum, of Temple
Israel, severely arraigned the for-
mer governor for Mis assertion al
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^ %  ^ wJemst] Floridiai KI i% COMBINING Title jQWlStl HJinStf • *, /# Vol. I" N<>. IV MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1937 Price Five Cents THE WORLDS WINDOW WHEN IS A JEW? By LUDWIG LEWISOHN Local Committee l B'nai B'rith Names Nazis Modify This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement will be prosecuted. Jewish life never ceases from tt s grotesque, its unbelievable manifestations. You think you have plumbed the depths there Is ii lower still. You think vim have learned your lessen you have noi II one were to live to the traditional one hundred and twentj years one would probably havi just begun to have glimpses. There is the case of Dr. Karl Landstelner of the Rockefeller In Btltute. Dr. Landstelner is suing the publishers of 'Who's Who in American Jewry" to enjoin them, under pain of lino.000 damages, from including his name He Is, says he. a Roman Catholic. Were be to be included in "Who's Who in American Jewry'' he would, he avers, "be greatly distressed and humiliated and expi Bed to ridicule and contempt." He says, too: "It will be detrimental to me to emphasize publicly the religion of my ancestors." To Hold Benefit National Secretary II is not for any layman to in terprel the wider implications ol Hr. Landstelner' dl i nveries. But here is u man I n deals with the determinath n ol i ie bl od, who is aware, of c e, of the Intense Implications of the genes passed on from genei ntlon to generation, and this man has deluded himself Into believing thai a tew drops of baptismal water have changed him blond, genes, characters both Inherited and acquired from and with the hlstorh group to which the Innumerable generations of Irs urn estoi i belonged. And he is tierce In the ma ter and explains In the |>api i torney fill d as folli ws: "My non i Erne : i Is now 19, ind he ha no suspicion thai any ol his sni estora were Jewish. I know as n i osl live fail thai if my son wi re to see the book thai Is al I I be published i' would be a shoi k to him and mighl B ibieel him to humiliation.'' "Sanota simplicitas!" as Dr. Landstelner, a bom Viennese and graduate Of Viennese seals of learning, would say on any and every analogUS mallei excepl ol this one. on which he has deliberately blind.'d himself. Does he for a single momenl believe thai his friends and i olleaglies al the Rockefeller Institute do noi know thai he is a Jew. or f r a s moment take seriously his typically Viennese attempt al flight Into Roman Catholicism? Among the most grotesque assumptions of the ashamed apostate is this: thai the Gentiles are all I'o Is and can be easily fooled and that they do not see through these miserable subterfuges. If this is true of the common run of men and women, how much truer is it of the highly distinguished group of Intellectuals who form the staff of the Ro< kefeller Institute? Whom dors Dr Landstelner think he is fooling.' only, pathetically, himself. That is not all. There are in this case depths within depths Dr. Landstelner is a sclentisl of the first order. He received the Nobel prise In 1930 for his discovery of human blood groups. What does that mean? It n at least this: that human beings belong to definite groupings according to the chemical constitution of their blood and that this chemical character of the blocd In heritable. For the first time 111 human history Dr. Landstelner ha been able to contradict the Old saying of the French cynic that "maternity is a matter of fad but paternity a matter of opinion'' Prom the Landstelner bit ad anal) sis the paternity of children can be determined. Unless l am greatly mistaken, forensic use of the discovery has already been made. is < to weep or to laugh? First, where has thai doubtless most Intelligent and cultured y uth lived his 19 veais thai no suspicion o! ids origin and ancestry has evet crossed his mind? Has lie been I ask in all i ourtesy been bi i ui III up to believe thai he had 11" grandparents, or thai his grandparents were Aryan CathollCB? But supposing for a momenl thai young Mr. Landsti Iner has hi en (nought up as her tlcally seuli d as all that, did the leaned doi tor suppose thai the bringing of this Bull and III -king of the court for this injunction and thai bll about "the religion < f my ancestors would not enllg iten the young man.' Again I ask: Is one lo laugh or For the plain and stern truth of the malic is. of course. this: Were Dr. Landstelner not a Jew the editors ol "Who's Who In American Jewry" would i > have Included his biography In their work. Secondly, had they mistaken him as a Jew if he were really not a Jew. a simple pointing out of the fai t to them would have sufficed. No suit or injunction would have been needed. The very need i f such measures proves up to the hill whal all I e wo Id knows, anyhow. Hence all thai Dr. Landstelner has BU led In doing is publicizing for all the world to see bis pathetic Jewl h self-balled and sep contempt, his lamentable terror and unworthy shame. "I want to avoid nnj publicity." Dr. Landstelner pleads, "which might segregate me from my American friends and place me In a category which I do nol desire." Again, as Often before. I must plead for our American friends the good doctor's and my own. They Know. They know. They :,.,. a,, fools, And i %  of them are men and women of fine sonsihiliiies and a high sense of honor. (Continued on Page s > \i the behest of the American Committee of the Roumanian Jewish Workers Relief Committee a canipal -II directed by Dr. Joseph Kinsman, delegate to 'his country from Roumanla, has been inau: %  iratetl In Greater Miam to raise funds f, r the Immediate relief of the tan lug and Buffering Jewish Roumanian workers, The local i ommittee is sponsoring a gala entertainment and theatrical performance at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall. Sunday evening April 25, beginning al s o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. Josephson and their young theatrical star. Jerry, will be pretented In the well known Yiddish play. "T/ul i b a Kind." and I entertainment will be provided during the evening. The local committee Is headed by Adolph Halmes of the Seminole Paper C mpnny as chairman; Joe Mochlow, prom nenl realtor and c minimal worker, as treasurer; Mrs. Isldor i M and others. The public is urged to attend because of the terrible plight of the Jewish workers in Roumanla and the necessity of providing Immediate funds to provi,l e the necessities of life, Admission will be only fifty cents, all of whli h will go to the relief fund, all service, being donated to i>„. <-,, imltti e Prominent attorney on the committee are Abe VronovitZ and Paul Marks. Meeting Ban German Author Issues Warning Cincinnati. Ohio Maurice Bisliver, executive director of the Jewish Community Center In Wash Ington, D. ('.. for the past 13 years, has been appointed secretary of B'nal B'rith by Alfred M Cohen, president of the order, II was announced bee. Mr. Blsgyer sue i eeds the late Dr. I. M. Rublnow. Horn in Brooklyn 40 years ago, Mr. Blsgyer received his B.A. and M.A. at New York University, Where he was also elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and served for a short time as an Instructor. For the last 20 years he has 1 u actively engaged In the social work field. for four years as executive director of the Jewish Educatl nal Alliance In Baltimore, for two years as executive director of the Federation of Jewish Agencies In Tienton. N. .!.. and for the last 13 years In the National Jewish Center at Washington, where he has been prominent in the campaign activities of the Community chest. Mr. Blsgyer has served as president of the National Association of Jewish Center Executives, and among other distinctions thai have come to him are the following: Member of the National Committee on education, appointed by the President of the Dnlted states; delegate to the White House Con terence on Child Welfare: delegate to the President's Committee on Welfare Mobilization: member of the Presidential Inaugural com millee: secretary of the newly organized United Jewish Welfare Agencies Of Washington; president of the executives' council. Jewish Chest. Berlin i W'NSi The seemingly strict 60-day ban on all Jewish gatherings of more than four persons excepl those held for synagogue services has been modified so as to permit Zionist and cultural gatherings, as well as athletic functions. Big mass meetings and Jewish communal functions are prohibited In conformity With the decree which a Nazi sp kesman called a reprisal for recent attacks on Hitler by Mayor La Ouardla of New York and other anti Nazi activities in America and elsewhere. Scores of relatives of anti-Nazi exiles were deprived of their citizenship and property in a new outburst of decrees, orders and pronouncements aimed alike at Jews in Germany and anti-Nazis abroad. Hitting out at direct and indirect anti-Nazi criticism from abroad and also at the emergence of anti-Nazi sentiment at home. the Nazi authorities cancelled the Citizenship of 41 emigres and deprived 58 of their kinsmen of citizenship and property. The Nazi press unloosed a torrent of Indignant protests against the showing of the film "Modern Herman Christian Martyrs." which is being shown in America in the interest of the campaign for the relief of German Christian refugees. denounced it as a "Jewish plot." and assailed Mayor La Cuardla as "notorious Talmud Jew" for his failure to attend an antl-Commiinist rally in New York. Additional measures were ordered taken against Jews accused of racial turpitude. New Vork iv.'NSi The tragic of the Intellectuals, scientists, authors and philosophers In Germany today la due to their failure in denounce anti-Semitism when they still had time. Thomas Mann, exiled German author, declared In an address from the pulpll of the Free Synagogue. Branding anti-Semitism as "mere bawling,'" and "the appurtenance and watchword of all obscure chaotic inity and present-day mass : > sticism mixed With be Htilaelty." Mann charged the intellectuals, scientists and authors in fjermany had "dishonored them Belves" and "deserved nothing better than the wreti hed role which they now play under the lash of the rabble," becaui e ley had failed to denounce this "clamor of the rabble." After describing antiSemitism as the scapegoat of an epoch, one Of "the evils and obnoxious reactions to suffering of this time, among the sorry palliatives in which this epoch indulges for Its own relief, for a mad ex,.I. .nation if its very wants and fears." Mann (ailed upon the Bplritually -minded to fight anti-Semi tism. "We men of Christian, of Aryan or -imply non-Jewish blood." he said. "OUght nol to leave Hie fight to the Jews alone. Thoughtful men ought to resist the urge of an epoch to find some one guilty for its sufferings. He has been a speaker at the National Conferences for Jewish Social Work since 1919, and is the author of a new system of Jewish education which he personally administered In Washington. He has been spokesman for the National Jewish Welfare Hoard at various national conferences, and recently he completed service on ii xculive committee of the National Educational Broadcasting Conference. He has been a iiietnber of ArgO Lodge, B'nal B'rith, for 13 years. 40 B'nai B'rith Members Are Arrested in Berlin Merlin i W'NSi The unexplained arrest of 4 members of the Berlin B'nal B'rith, including one woman, in midnight raids on their homes by the secret polite renewed tearl in Jewish circles of a revival of anti-Jewish persecution in a large scale. At the same time, however. the 60-day ban on all gatherlnga of four or more Jews except for synagogue worship was officially modified to exempt (lasses for language Instruction, athletic training and approved performances of the Jewish Culture Union. The ban remains in effect, however, for all meetings of the Cenlralausi hints of German Jews and non-religious functions. Play Subject Arrives Here New York (WNS)— While the Jewish Theatre Project of the Federal Theatre group of the WNA is producing Dr. Friedlich Wolfs anti-Nazi play, "Professor Mamlock," the man whose fate is the basis of the play. Dr. Hans Mamlok. arrived In the United States with Mrs. Mainlok to start life anew. A World War hero. Dr. Mamlok said life became unbearable for him in Germany after the Wolf opus was first produced In Switzerland two years ago. The Mamloks arrived with two dollars each. A full blooded Jew, Professor Mamlok was Germany's greatest dentist. But the Nazis deprived him of his clinic, his professorship and other titles and ousted him as editor of Germany's leading dental paper. He was decorated by the Kaiser. The Mamloks will live on Staten Island with their son. Karl. Jerusalem (WNS)— William Sihly, head of the English scouting movement, left Palestine with a i statement to the press in which I the main emphasis was placed on I his "profound Impression of what I the Jews have created In Palestine.


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Friday, April 23. 193? THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti Meridian PLOMDA'S ONLY 'KW U*t WUilXY PUni.lSIIKD EVERY FRIDAY by thiJEWIS1I FLORIDIAN PUIil.ISHINC CO. P. i). Box I -' %  PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue Phones 2-1141; 2-1183 .1. LOUIS RHOniKT, K l-'REIi K SHI :i. Cin-iili li. Iltor it Manager BERNARD MOROENSTERN Field Representative Entered % %  teeond elan matter July 4, 1080, nt thi under the Act • f March :. Poal Office at Miami. Florida. 1870. ST, PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RI'llIN Representative WEST I'AI-M BEACH MRS M SCHREBNICK Repp tientnttve ORLANDO MRS. li .1 COHEN Repreaentative 1 \MPA MRS. M. II. KISLER Representative SUBSCHIP'I ION Six Month* OiuYear I: "ii FRIDAY, APRIL 23. Vol. 10—No. 17 1937 21 .. ..... WHERE JEWS NEED HELP-POLAND T HREE million Jews country. A relentless in Poland, by tradition merchants and artisans, face a dismal future in that boycott/entirely unofficial, but supported by the powerful Nat.onaDcm era Ic nkmptcy of thousands of Jewish mercantile establishmentshas ruined X rfah Politics and Intolerance We had hoped, as a result of the recent national election, that the rebuke given by the electorate of the United States to all engaged in the contemptible dissemination of race hatred and bigotry would be sufficient to discourage further action on the part of these gentlemen to whom Americanism and its ideals is entirely strange and foreign. Still fresh in our minds is the literature sent through the mails by various un-American organizations to the voters of Florida, among them the charge that our illustrious President was in reality a Jew by the name of Rosenfeld and similar nefarious and ridiculous diatribes. Florida answered these Hitleristic bigots in terms so definite and so detei lined that all believed these remnants of the Middge A",es would hide their heads in shame and silently disappear into the oblivion they so well deserve. To our horror and astonishment we lenrn that in Miami, the Magic City, there has come slinking again an organization known as the MUQUE, which has not yet learned the lesson of Americanism. Originally setting forth and proclaiming themselves as anti-Catholic, they do not want to slight the Jews and today are anti-Semitic as well. The decent citizenry of every community regards these remnants of the dead and intolerant past as a blot upon civilization and treats them accordingly Yet it will not stand idly by and permit them to ply their nefarious wares without directing the attention of the unsuspect ing public. Today this Hitleristic and un-American organization is, we are advised, engaged in and intent upon making itself a force in the political life of Miami. With th ,s in mind, it is or ha c already endorsed certain candidates for the City Commission and urging their members and fricrds to support them, not be cause these candidates are worthy of office, but because these candidates approve of the un-American, anti-Catholic and antiSemitic objects of this organization. We are loathe to believe that any of the gentlemen who aspire to the office of City Commissioner of Miami would have any share in work of this kind We have had full faith and confidence in the integrity and fairmindedness of every aspirant We cannot believe that any one of these gentlemen, in his anxiety to garner votes, will permit himself directly, or indirec*lv, through his friends or otherwise to become a pawn in the hands of organizations such as we have described. IT IS THE DEFINITE DUTY of each and every candidate, regardless of the effect on his political future, to firmly unequivocally and publicly denounce organizations of th's kind It is the bounden duty of each and everv candidate, if offered the endorsement of organizations of this character, to denounce and disavow such endorsements. If the candidate will hesitate will look aside, or, to use the colloquial phrase, PUSSYFOOT, then it is the duty of the decent-minded electorate, be he Jew or non-Jew, to go to the ballot box and there, in unmistakable terms, cast his vote and urge his friends to cast their votes against any and every candidate who lacks the courage to do the proper thing. We trust it will not become our duty to advise our many friends that candidates in violation of American principles have accepted tacit or open endorsements of un-American organizations. As usual, we shall be on guard. lii£ JrwiMi ill.-.n iiiunau; ........ .. V v "•--# 0 ---" %  ----• ,, „ a | ao of income to Jewish communities through a special Gemeinaen saies lax. Distribution Committee funds, to take home to their parents at "'The Joint Distribution Committee Is seeking $4,650000 this year for overseas aid. of which $2,100,000 is to be allocated for Poland. Rumania, and other east European lands, to be used to open new trades and occupations for Jews; support Jewish hospitals, orphanages, religious, child care and medical aid organizations; and to further the work of free and cooperative loan societies through whose activities hundreds of thousands of Jews are enabled to remain meagerly self-supporting. I N the accompanying photos, Number 1 shows pickets, the first line of the bovcott movement, stationed in front of a Jewish establishment in Minsk Mazowlecki; Photo 2 shows a Joint Distribution Committee relief truck after it entered the pogromized town or Truskolasv; Photos 3 and 4 show two typical aged workers, one a 75-year-old matriarch whose entire capital is a pall of pickles which she must sell to provide food and shelter for her family and herseir; and a bearded carter whose staggering burdens bring him scarcely a livelihood; Photo 5 shows the children's ward of a J.D.C. maintained Jewish hospital, most of its inmates suffering from malnutrition Photo Number 6 shows a group of children^ typical of the many to be found in every Jewish community in Poland; 64,000 or theni are fed each day with the aid of Joint Distribution Committee funds. Demand Ouster of Pro Nazi Teacher From Philadelphia School Philadelphia i WNS) — Removal of Dr. Bessie Ft. Bnrchett from the faculty of the West Philadelphia High School is demanded by Philadelphia Posi No. 77 of the Jewish War Veteran! iu resolutions forwarded to Mayor S, Davis Wilson. the chairman of the board of education, and Governor Qeorge H. Earle. Dr. Burchet) Is charged speaker at a \a/.i meeting on April 8, when she made a speech attack ing the Philadelphia teaching system and took parl in ceremonies that Included Nazi ulutea and kinging of Nazi songs. Jewish News Around the World Nazis Suppress All B'nai Brlth Lodges In Germany Berlin (WNS) Hitting back at renewed anti-Nazi protests abroad by swift retaliation against the lews in Germany, the Nazi secret police suppressed the B'nai B'rltb throughout Germany In a series of raids on all its lodges, Announceeiimt of the ban on the fraternal and social older came alter nearly inn B'nai B'rith officials, Including the presidents of all lodges and Other Of ils leaders, had I n re leased after 24 hours of grilling. The B'nai B'rith officials, Including chief Rabbi Leo Baeck, head of the Reich Representation of German .lews and president of the German Grand Lodge of the order, were arrested without warning In simultaneous midnight raids on their homes. All property and documents of the li'nai B'rith have been confiscated. In the absence of any official ex planatlon for the ban i n the B'nai B'rith, it was generally believed thai the surprising action was related to anti-Nazi activities abroad All of those arrested wore ques tloned about the orginlzntion's relations with Jewish organizations abn ad. The reeling in Jewish circles here is that the suppression of the B'nai B'rith is but the latest in a series of steps to Intensify the anti-Jewish persecution. Commission nor His Majesty's government will be parties to settlng aside undertakings that were so solemnly entered into," he said. Weizmann Assures Actions Committee of Ultimate Victory In Palestine Sees American Honor at Stake In Observance of Balfcur Declaration New York i WNS i Not nh British honor "but American honor and that of the European Allied powers nt the war period is involved in the proper observance of the Balfour Declaration for the establishment Of a Jewish National Home in Palestine." Herbert Morrison, Labor member of the House of Commons, declared at a luncheon given in his honor by the National Labor Committee tor Palestine. I assume that neither the Royal Jerusalem I WNS) The meeting of the Zionist Actions Committee, supreme ruling body between Zionist Congresses, opened here on the note of determination sounded by Dr, I'haiio Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency Tor Palestine, in a message Of greeting addressed to the conference. Cabling from London, where he has been detained by current political developments, Dr. Weizmann expressed regrel at his Inability to take part in the sessions, lie expressed Hie fervenl ci in Iction thai "ultimate Vli lory must come to the Jewish people because of their constructive work." A report circulated abroad that the Jewish Agent-) lias requested 15,000 labor Immigration certificates for the six-month period beglnning April was described here by officials as untrue.



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, April 23, 1937 Strictly Confidential By PHINEAS J. BIRON TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE High Seas Despatches The rumpus over the disclosure that Magila Kontanges, a French woman, was Mussolini's inamorata for a time, reminds us that befi re 11 Duce got married and when be was still a Socialist his lady love was Angelica Hulabanoti'. a Russian Jewess, who helped liim edit a Socialist paper King Carol's eagerness to rid Houmania of the anti-Semitic Iron Guard is due less to opposition to Jew-baiting than to a desire to advance his own Fascist youth movement, which is called Stiajerl Already the Strajerl is organized in schools and universities London Is buzzing with a Btory that Oliver Hoare, financier brother ol Sir Samuel Hoare. first Lord of the Admiralty, had a se< HI pow-wow with Hitler recently The re call of Dr. Hans Luther as German envoy to Washington may have been due, in part at least. to the discovery that his only close personal friend is Hen Kcerner. a Jewish architect in Essen Koerner, who built the Essen synagogue and the Ford factory in that city on the recommendation of Luther, directed the eclucat cm of Luther's daughter when Krau Luther died The theory of Aryan supremacy suffered a healthy rebuff when the only German t' win a prize at an International chorus contest in Zurich was Dr. Erich Katz of Freiburg Kati won fourth prize in competition with 60 composers from 10 lands That Moses was the world's greatest military strategist is the conclusion of Davorln Zunkowltsch, an officer of the Yugoslav army, who has written a whole treatise on the military aspects of the Jew ish exodus from Egypt Helene Eisner, nee Naschauer, Theodor Herzl's sister-in-law. has died In Vienna ... A depression has hit the market for Hitler's autobli a raphy in Stockholm The Swedish edition of "Main Kampf," which once sold for 7.. r kronen can now be had for 2.5 kronen, with few takers. Communally Speaking Unity in the anti-Nazi boycott movement is a lot closer than many people think The office Staff of the United Palestine Appeal headquarters is organizing a union ... It will he an A. F. of L. afrili ate The work of the Nations Coordinating Committee for Aid to German Refugees lias grown BO fast that the National Council ol Jewish Women, with which !• shared offices, has bad to move I new quarters at 1819 Broad wa; The prize for the best hi mi" of the month must go to the copy writer who authored that four-page Insert for Packard cars in the April Issue of the R'nal P/rith Magazine The special color supplement was entitled "This is the story of a Una! H'rith mem ber who made a life-long dream rome true" But on page throe there is a picture of a man driving a Packard and he's addressed as "Mr. Ryan" Jewish chari ties and sponsors of benefit dinners who use the names of Jewish judges as bait for all sorts of functions will he out of luck soon The New York City Bar As soeiatlon has gone on record as condemning the practice of judges lending their names for such purposes ... Dr. Joachim Prlnz, Ber lln's leading rabbi, who is now visiting in New York, will probably remain for good ... A past gal in Pittsburgh, a former Russian, who is reviving the ancient art The famous Lake Tarleton Club in New Hampshire, where Dartmouth College men have their ski trails, has passed into the hands of the Family Jacobs, op erators of the Hotel Alamac of Miami Reach We haven't had any cigars yet. but Arthur J. Lelyveld. publicity man for the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, is press-agenting the birth of one Joseph Salem l.elyvelcl And before its time to light the Chanukah candles the Walter WinchellS will be announcing the arrival of a yc ling 'nn We award the band -made bath sponge to Samuel Frledlander of Memphis. who Is the proud owner of a patent for the first bathtub which has a door and a handle. SECUREASHEKEL u.s.cgnTrai'sneKei'Bodrq.iiiydvcMwyorKi Facsimile of poster that will be distributed throughout the United States in an effort to obtain the maximum number of Shekel voters in the history of the Zionist movement. MILLIONS HAVE ENTERED THE OLD GOLD CONTEST The makers of old (.old Cigarettes did not forget to include their Jewish friends in their 1200,0110 Prize Contest as is evidenced by their repeated announcements In our publication. Many of our readers hav6 entered this contest and are solving the puzzle pictures. If you have not done so yet, there is still time to enter and plenty of time to solve the puzzles. All you have to do Is to go to your nearest cigarette dealer and ask him for a set of officiul Old Hold I'uzzle Pictures together with full rules and regulations about the contest. Follow the Instructions carefully and you will be entered in the contest at once. If your dealer cannot supply you with these puzzles, send your request to this newspaper and it will be giveu immediate attention. Dig money is not the only thing you can win in this contest. You can ulso win the satisfaction of Kitting acquainted with Double| Mellow Old Gold Cigarettes—the cigarette that never reaches you in a stale or B ;ggy condition—the cigarette which is always fresh. Hear in mind, too, that after you try your first pack of Double-Mel low Old Golds and you are not delighted with them you get Double Your Money Back. Success to you. national commander in-chief of the Jewish War Veterans is being boomed for a magistrates job in New York. It's a Fact I.os Angeleana ought to have a look at |{, cm :r_'!i of the Cham ber of Commerce Building That's the publishing office of the Christian Free Press, a new Jew baiting lag which is preach ng What is tantamount to advocacy of pogroms The sheet reveals thai the Militant Christian Patriots are raising an Edmondson defense fund to finance the cost of defending the notorious anil-Semitic pamphleteer Film Producer Waller Wanger is said to have given assurances that anti-Zionist pails of Vincent Slieean's book. "Personal Appearance," win be omitted from the screen version Anti-Nazis working in German munitions factories are getting in some good licks for the Spanish Loyalists They're filling shells with sawdust instead of powder md jamming wads of papers beween the firing pin and percusy with Roper because of located and conSErTSuSf !" ,op ? urner s. 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I'ilKe Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. April 23. 1931 Political Briefs Protestants, Catholics and JewB, bualnea, professional and laboring elements are all represented in the Possey advisory commltte which is advocating the re-election o( Mayor A I), ll. Possey to the City Ci mmlsslon. Active in the civic life "i the community tor the pas) 30 years, Mr, Possey has discharged the duties ol h s office without feai or favoi and for the bes| Interests of all the citizens, regardless of race, color cr cr I. As a leader In communal work, he always believed in action, not words, Representing the citizens and residents of Miami, lie championed their cause in obtaining the redui t imi in milk prices, led In the fight which resulted in the build Ing of the much t ded Miami Stadium and other similar merlti rions measures. His friends urge his retention In office on his record of service t" Miami. plishments in the city's Interests, Hi' promises to continue to work for a business administration < I the city without tear or favor to anyone, Mrs. B. Set/or. Mrs. II. Setzer, Miss Ethel Joel, Mrs. i. Bucholtz, Mr~. .1. Weinstein, Mrs. Haskel Zimmerman, Mrs. Halmoviti and Mrs. T, M. Schneider. Retiring .-.om the office i f eon stalde of District No. 2 ol Dad" County only a short time ago, Charlie Dillon, who made a spleil did record of law enf rcemenl foi the two years he held office, Is now ;i candidate for ti fflce ol City Commissioner of Miami He has been a resident of Hade County I'' r 38 years ami has I n acth e in the political, religious ami communal work of the city, He pledges, If elected, it clean business admin Istration of Miami's affairs and points to his record In office I i efficiency and willingness lo take care ol the people's wants ns thf> reason for bis election to the office be now seeks. in opening his campaign bead quarters at the McAllister Arcade this week. \ir w. i; n,., her, candidate for the City Commission of Miami, Cianked his many enthusiastic supporters and promised the administration i f city affairs on n strict business basis A resident of Miami for the past 20 years, be lias I n active in the Shrine, Km 1 and Heel Club and other civic, fraternal ami welfare organizations He served with distinction as tax collet tor of i lade County and, If elected, promises adequate police pn lection, iopposed to tax sales In any form. As a business man and head of one of the largest automobile agencies in Plorida, Mr Becker ins tl instrated, his many friends point out, an ability 'II realize and Bolve business prob leins similar to that wtaii h ci nfronl the city Commislon, James l(. c oper, prominent at torney, grove owner, business man ami active iii the fraternal und communal wrk of Miami, is a candidate for the office of city Commissioner of .Miami, lie has served as assistant County S llcitor with a splendid record of achievement, and has established himself as capable and efficient In any work bo undertakes. He pledget an efficient, economical adm'nlstration of Miami's affairs, The celebration of Phi Beta Delta's Silvei Jubilee has reached state-wide uttention and the Jacksonville Alumni club is aiding in the national celebration. This year's annual spring dame, spoil sored by the alumni, will lie held in collaboral mi itb the jubilee. The Alumni Club has made plans h hold its tenth annual dance nil lie rOOf Of tile Ma\fhmel" Hotel Saturday. r i Beta Delta, a national social fraternity, has chapters located at many of the In portanl colleges and universities tip oughoul the ci tin try TinPlorida chapter is lo ciited on the campus or the I'ni versity of Florida. Helta Chapter at (iainesville, is 12 years old am 1 urnof the fraternity's outstanding chapter•Jacksonville Notes Dr. Ralnh Ii. Perguson, one of the active candidates In the race tor City Commissioner of Miami. ha* lii-en a resident of Miami for the past IS years I luring his life in ihis a-ea he has been prominent in local civic, professl nnl and fraternal organizations. He habeen ii member of the city of M ami Boxing Commission and active in the promotion of athletic activities io benefit the ci iiiniiin ty. Entering Hie race two years ago be lost by less than omhundred votes and, contrary to his personal Ini llnal ions, elltet ed the contest again this year at the behest of bis many friends, If elected. Dr. Perguson promises he will i ppose an Increase in realty assessments, u ill advocate a decrease in the cosi of occupational licenses, wll' work for more adequate police protection, the extension if utilities and conveniences to outlying sec Hons of the city, and an Increase ill the public parka system. He is Opposed lo the retention of the ii % %  i ni city safety director and against Becrei meetings of the city Ci mmlsslon. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis \\". Karsilian announce the birth of a daughter. Lynn Pendig, on Tuesday, April i:i in St. Vincents Hospital. Mis K.irsinini was formerly M -s oiga Pendig. The Daughters of Israel enter tained its members nl a ilessi-rl bridge Wednesday afternoon ii the auditorium of the Jacksonville Jew Ish Center. Festivities b igni at 2:30 o'cli i k and a full after noon or entertainment was pre vlded. Mrs. A. Selber and Mrs M Mirkis, who wire co-chairmen o' the hum looked f r e\enl. madi elaborate plans for the affair which is one of the first of its kind given by the organization. i in the committee for the event with Mrs. Selber anil Mrs Mirkis were Mrs. \i Wexler, Mrs. s Datz Mrs B. B. Yl fie.-. Mis, ,1. Ilackel. Senior Hadassali members me Wednesday in the Jewish Center Most f the quotas of the various funds ni' the i hapter have beer fulfilled and the membership is planning to concentrate on thi donors' affair. It is announcer' thai 11 ii-e planning to cnntrlbuti towards the Hadassali Medical Or ganizatlon fund, or the denors' fund, are requested to do so within tin' next week or two. so that flna' plans may he completed. Anyom desiring Information regarding this iasked to communicate with MrSam Weiss, cha Irman i f the donors' fund. Following tinbusiness sessior an Interesting and Informatlvi n -ii on Jewish Philanthropy was :ir nted by Mrs. Sam Weiss. A social hour followed 'he meet Ing and program and the hostess nerved refreshments, Oermany was the Inevitable reward of cowardice, Taking Mr. Alfred M. Cohen, president of Hie American H'nal H'rith. to task for his refusal to support any active movement against the Nazis, Mr. Dntermyer, who has been a member of the B'nal B'rith tor more than -in years, said: "The B'nal B'rith has been unceremoniously outlawed and kicked out of Germany and its property has been confiscated. "It was because of the foolish. short-sighted policy which Mr. Cohen persisted in pursuing, ol propitiating ami working with these inhuman brutes that the organization was led into deserting ; ts principleand its Jewish hn-ib "en in all pints of the world, and nto refusing to participate in the boycott iii this country, in comnon with millions of human beings from all parts of the world, inilud am Jews, organized labor, Catho•Ics and others, I. a 50-Odd year nember of the organization, deeply •esented the truckling of B'nal 'I'rilh which has now been repaid vith the poetic justice thill is the 'nevltable rewind <>t cowardice." Saying thai the wholesale con 'iscalion of the vast properties of 'he labor unions. Masonic orders tnd others has been known for a ''.UK time. Mr. I "litemyer said people continued "to hope against hope thai because of the good it was doing in all parts of the world. ; the B'nal B'rltb would escape the rate Of so many eleemosynary institutions. "The tragic part of the whole business," he continued, "Is that the .attitude of the president. Mr. ''oheii. has from the beginning run counter to the overwhelming wishes and sentiments of the organization's entire membership. Your president did nd dare submit the question of the boycott to the members who have long been practically unanimous in its favor and are practicing It in defiance of his wishes." I'rging Judge (lolden to use bis influence in behalf of the boyo tt. Mr. Dntermyer said: "Now that the cruel, long-expected blow has fallen. I am writing to ask thai you invoke your great influence in the organization to bring about an official resolution approving the boycott." m m RALPH B. "DOC" FERGUSON The People's Independent Choice for CITY COMMISSIONER i Paid Political Ad • B'nai B'rith Head Rebuked Following the expulsion of the B'nal B'rith and the confiscation of its pn perty by the Nazi government this week. Samuel Cuter myer, president ol the Non Sec tat iun Ami Nazi League, in all open letter to ludge I. M. Golden of San Francisco, Cal., declared t<> diiv that organization's fate in v.. O. Sewell, pioneer Mlamlan, former mayor, pasl president of the Miami Chamber of Commerce, one of the prime movers in advertising tinattractions of Miami to the outside world, ia candidate fi %  re-election to the City Commission, lie points to his long battle for a reduction in public ill lily rales as an c\ idence of bis determination to work for the interests of the entire community rather than a selfish few. lie asks for return to the City Commission on the basis of hi* record in public life, and his history of real accouiQUARTER OF A MILLION GRAVY?? <'.ish receipts, in If) of 21 city neeounts now are $2.">2.4M0.fi5 more than Insl year! K this extra revenue In lie SO liillell IMJIVV In lie spread around? Or is it in InSAVKI) itiii ,ni\ other liusiness SEE THAT IT'S SAVED BY VOTING FOR W. RANDLE BECKER for CITY COMMISSIONER • NOW OPEN! WANDER'S Kosher Market 1413 Washington Avenue (Opposite Ida M. Fisher School) Carrying a Complete Line of the Finest STRICTLY KOSHER MEATS and Fresh Killed Poultry Kosher Delicatessen, Imported and Domestic Appetizers and Everything in Dairy Products FREE DELIVERY PHONE 5-4047 Hotel Astor Washington at 10th St. E.GORDON Jewish Rituals MIAMI BEACH 70 rooms, each with bath; Yice-Prcsident CARTER & WJXSOM, Inc. radio in every room; steam heated; spacious lobby, enclosed sun parlor, beautiful patio, free solarium. D. ROSNER Owner and Operator FUNERAL DIRECTORS 514 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-8121 Residence I'hone 2-1398 EXCLUSIVE ROOMS FOR JEWISH CASKS """""'""" I I IIIIIIIII mill I in,. GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSE8 LEAVE FROM Ph. 5-1812 515 Washington Avenue """""" '"" "•"" IIIU """ i i i i in in timiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimw


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Page Bight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, April 88, 1987 Tampa Notes Mr. and Mi*, I K. Lubetzky announce the Bar Mltsah of their son, Louis, at Hi" Rodcph Sholom Synagogue on Friday al R o'clock p, in. Dii Saturday morning, Y. M. H. A. NOTES The membership drive ot ihe v. M II \. began with the breakfast dii Sunday morning, al which time workers o i th<' drive received their Instructl ns from Cumpaiitn Chairman Morris 11 Welsmau. In the evening Rabbi dilman \. Zwltman of the Temple Israel of Miami delivered -in address and made an appeal for Y M, II A. membership. The drive will !" %  concluded, officially, cm Monday, April :!•;. al s o'clock p. in. In celebration of Tampa's Jew ry's partlcipaOlon In this drive, the V. M. II. A "ill give ;i Laos B'omer Victory dance, in which all members, their families and friends iii be guests. Joe Russo mill his orchestra will furnish the music. A \crv gay ;nnl so. lable time is anticipated. The first picnic of the season is being planned for Sunday, May 2.'!. al Temple Terrace In co-operation iil: the Ladies Auxiliary of Congregation Rodi ph Sholom This will be the first Sunday following Shevuoth, a very appropriate time for a picnic, who wore exiled from Germany since 1933, it is revealed in the foundation's report of activities toi 1936. Raymond n. Fosdlck, presl ili-ni of the foundation, also made public ;i copy or a book containing a list oi' 1,639 German scholars who lesi their citizenship rights and positions in Germany and who are IIOW ill exile. The hook lists the names of many Jewish scholars, scholars with Jewish antecedents, in some cases remote, mill of scholars connected with Jews bj marriage, it also includes many who by the Nazi-definition of an Aryan arc eligible to leach in Ger many lint whose political convli lions make them persona noil • %  rat a. Federal Trade Commission Warns Against Falsifying GermanMade Goods Daytona Beach Notes Many reservations have been made for the public card party Sunday night al Temple Israel, Mrs. .1. Cras. Miss Sadie Kskln and Mrs. Jacob tilnsherg will bo hostesses. Refrcshmi nts will he i 11 ed and there will lie many prizes. "Cheerfulness ami Divine Love" is the topic i i' Rabbi A S. Klein feld's sermon Friday night al Tompie Israel. Rabbi Kleinfeld has been invited in ill": ii ale al tinwedding of Miss Revelle Jacobson of St, Petersburg and Mr. George Agel of Burlington, Vermont, which will take place April 28 in si. Petersburg. At a general meeting nl Temple Israel Monday night it was d>c hied to retain Rabbi Klelllfpld and a new budget was appr veil. Mr. an-l Mrs Albert Tebole Invited friends to the I' 'ita\ HOB pitiil Friday afternoon, April 23, at 1 p. m to attend the clrcum cision of their new son. Harry K. Brown of the New York American, who lias been vacationing lice for Home time, plans to leave next week lor New York. Milieu It. Marco, Owen call. Fred Weal and R, Stretch f Gainesville spent last weekend in Daytona Beach, Miss Florence Pepper is visiting in Jai ksonilllc iiiis week-end ami attending a P ii Beta Delta alumnus dance. Jewish News A r o u n cl the World Foundation Gave $532,181 to Aid Exiled German Scholars New Vork tWNSl TinRockefeller Foundation lias granted a total of $532.'81 in behalf of I.M German Jewish refugees, scholars condemned this fraudulent practice. Washington, D. ('. IWNS) The use of "made in Amerh a" label on chandise actually coming fri m Germany as a nick to evade i e anti-Nazi boycott was denounced by the Federal Trade Commission as coming under 'lie heading of unfair competition. The commissions action was m the form of a warning in John Good man Company of 237 West -1111• street. This is the first time an official government agency lias Rabbi R-aps Smith For Calling U. S. Christian Nation New York (WN8) Reminding former Governor Allied E. Smith that when he ran for president in 1928 all religious groups rallied to his support to insure him against religious discrimination, Rabbi William F. Rosenblum, of Temple Israel, severely arraigned the former governor for Mis assertion al a Catholic anti-Communist rally that the I'nited States is a Chris i i.m country. Rabbi Rosenblum urged that an open letter be sen' in Mr. Smith pi lilting out the in consistency of his remark. DO YOU WANT TO BE RICH FOR LIFE One of the ii i opporl inlth yi n ever had to in cas i monej in a contest is the one sponsored by P. Lorillard Company, Old Gold Cigarettes, In theh $200, prize %  onicst. This contest may be the UllS Of on our readers win nine, a fortune and making him rich f( t life. Already il ha I fi aied unusual Interest amongst our readers everywhere. All are unions to i" one of the I, rUes. Bver y member of the family can enter the "1.1 Cold Contest. The 1 ,, lll „ s js open t" everyone man. woman or child. Although the ron tesi began lust month, there Is Mill plenty Of lime I" enter this contest and plenty of time to solve the puzzles. AH V Live In 'I" IS '" K" your nearest cigarette dealer and ask him l"f %  *'" '"' 0,ncM 0W ,;,,,,! pestle Pictures together with full rules ami regulations al.oiit ,,„, ,,„,,.st. Follow the instructions carefully and you will I ntered in the contest at once If vondealer can.uu supply >' %  with the e puzzles, sei d youi request ••' this newspaper and I "ill be given immediate attentli it 111 ,11' in mind, loo. thai after y II try your first pad, of DoubleMellow Old Golds and you are not delighted "i'h 'hem you gel Douhi,. Youi Vlonej B u k. Success to you. The World's Window (Continued from Puge 1' And to believe i" one moment I that t!io\ will esteem more highly win. denies and by Implication defames and despises the Innumerable fathers that begot and mothers that bore him is to Insult American men and women as they have not deserved to he insulted |>y ul or any .lew. How can a man of Dr. Landsieiner's intellectual attainments [fall into such a snare of humiliation and mlsjudgment? Did I n t say that Jewish life is grote Hut to the editors of "\\ Who in American Jewry" and i„ all friends and colleagues engaged now or in the future on similar undertakings l would say: when you are in doubt as to the will. ngness of any one to he included, ask > % %  in and abide by his answer It is unworthy of the dignity of the Jewish people to force Itself upon the apostate. His lieinesi is in what lie is. in what he has made himself. The case of h Landsteiner is a dear proof of that A man of the highest Intellectual attainments acts in this specific matter without Judgl -ense. prudence, self respect or dignity. Would he do so in any other matter? No. The pit tneiii of the apostate is tini of his apostasy on his mind i character. Let that knowl end the matter for us and for all Israel. (Copyright 1937 by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate I Notice to Participants in the Old Gold $ 200,000.00 Contest T HE NO. 3 AND FINAL BULLETIN in the Old Gold Contest has now been mailed to all who arc entered in the contest. This Bulletin contains puzzle pictures for the 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th and 15th weeks, plus all previous puzzle pictures in the contest. Unless your entry in the contest was made within the last few days, you should have received your copy of Bulletin No. 3. If it has not reached you, send a postcard at once to: Old Gold Contest, P. O. Box No. 9, Varick Street Station, New York, N. 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Pag* Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, April 23, 1937 Officers for the coming year named at a meeting of the Miami chapter of Senior Hadussah include: Mrs. Leonard Epstein, president; Mrs. Barney Weinkle, first vice president; Mrs. (iertrutle Merlin, second vie president; Mrs. Stanley c. Myers, third vice president; Mrs. M. Travers, recording secretary; Mrs. Hurry Platot't' financial secretary; Mrs. Louis Kotkin, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Hairy Rubin, treasurer; Mrs Daniel Cromer, auditor. Mrs. j. Gerald Lewis and Mrs. I.. J. Hart/. were named a committee of arrangements directing the Thrift Luncheon to be held al Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel on May in. when a very entertaining and novel program will !>( %  presented. • • • Examinations tor the pupils of the Sunday school of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held on Sunday morning. May 2; examinations tor Talmud Torah pupils Will be held the following Sunday morning, May 9, and dosing exercises for the Sunday Bchool will he held on Sunday evening. May B, of both the Sunday school and Talmud Torah. On Sunday. May l':i. a picnic will he given to all the students. Mrs. Bernard KatZ, who was recently married, was honored at a surprise party by members of Junior Hadassah, of which she is an active member. Mrs. Kate was formerly Miss Vtvlenne Jacobs. She was presented with a gift of silverware from members of the organization. Several games wen played during the evening Mrs. I.. A. Cliaiken was winner of a novel contest that was held. Present were Miss Ethyl Wax who was in charge of arrange ments; Miss Ida Safer. Miss Barbara Colin. Misses Pauline and Hetty Lasky, Miss Anita Bernstein. Mrs. Henrietta Fisher. Miss Charlotte Kohn, Miss Pay Engel, Miss Anita Sllverman, Miss Mary Ann Kamlns, Miss Berl Newall, Miss Sylvia Gutel, Miss Florence Cohen. Miss Sylvia Hayvis. Miss Natalie Pallot, Miss Dorothy Roth, Mrs Chaiken. Mrs. Murry Grossman, Mrs. Sol Katz and Mrs. Fay Dins more. many line and useful gifts. The guests were served refreshments anil many different games were played, and prizes won by Mrs. Jasper Cromer. Mrs. Harold Tobin. Miss Pay Engel, Miss Pauline Lasky I Mrs. Edward David. The list of guests includes: Mrs. Jasper Cromer. Mrs. Jules Mendel sohn, Mrs. Harold Tobin. Mrs. M Lorie, Mis. Anita Bernstein, Miss Fay Engel, Miss Esther Cromer, Miss Ituth Davis. Mrs. I.illie Quart, Mrs. Katz. Mis. I!. Kandel. Mis Edyth Prlellch, Mrs. J. Jacobs, the brides mother: Miss Tillie Cohen Mrs. S. Alp.ri. Mrs Edward David. Miss Florence Cohen. Miss Pauline Lasky, Miss Hetty Lasky. Miss Kthel Wax and Mrs. J. Dinsniore • • • Plans are undet way for the first annual dance of the Slogs Fraternity. Chairman of the affair is Larry Schwartz, who is being ably assisted by en-, ommittee members, including Abe lierkowiiz. Izzy MayerwitZ and Irving itI ford. Efforts to obtain the Royal Palm Club foi this gala affair are under way Fish and more fish were caught by sioga Fraternity memben and their guests last Sunday somewhere in the Everglades. The exact spot was not designated tor fear of competitors catching the remainder of the fish, if any. • • • be announced prior Mack Is general is being assisted In by Miss Dorothy Arnold liubin. Harold Rubin, Chester Cassel, Robert Jordon, Maurice Cromer, Hennet Applebaum. Alison Dreiaen, Harold Tannen. Louis Snetman, William Leventhal, Leonaid l-'isber, Lester Hose. Richard 1.ear. Stuarl Simon, Arnold Greenfield, David Wolkowsky. Maurice U'eintraub. Herbert Kay and Rob Mrs. Ralph Nellfeld. president of | •1 Rlchter. the Miami section of the National Numbers will to the dance. Miss liana chairman and arrangements Davis, Miss Ida Safer, Miss Rose Parkas, Miss BOB Silver and Miss Barbara Cobn, Miss Ida Safer, assisted by her mother. Mrs. M. Safer, entertained recently at In r home with a mis cellaneous shower for Mrs. Her nard Katz. formerly Miss Viviennc Jacobs. The evening was a gnat success and Mrs. Katz received The crowning of the May Queen will climax the annual May Day dame of Junior Hadassah on Sun day evening, May 2. at the Mac faciden Deauville. Candidates who are vicing tor the honor are as follows: Mist Belle Tannen. representing Junloi Hadassah; Miss Audrey Cutler Junior Council; Miss Myra Q I kOWSky, Senior Council: Miss Jose phlne Kolman, Y. M. II. A.; Mis Janice Magid. Jewish Welfare Bureau; Miss Eddie Adler, Clvl< League; Miss Marion Blank. Betl Jacob Sisterhood; Miss Ida Kng ler, Beth David Sisterhood; MisAnita Bernstein, Temple Israe' Sisterhood, and Miss Gertrude Ne ham, B'nal B'rith. Orchestral music will tie fur nlshed tor dancing and an uniisua' program of entertainment will bi presented during the evening OWN YOUR OWN HOME 1 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 IRSllEI talllll MOITCICE 10MS BADE FEDERAL fi7 8AVIN68 AND LOAN 1 H I A Ml ASSOCIATION L 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 RESOURCES OVER $1,50 0, 000. 0 0 Council of Jewish Women, returned to the 1 city yesterday from Little Hock. Ark., where she attended the Southern Interstate Confer ence Of the National Council Ol Jewish Women. She will report on the conference si the next meeting ol the organization. • • The annual donors' luncheon ol the Council of Jewish Women will he held next Wednesday, April 8S. HI the 6 o'clock Club. Miami Beach, at 12:30 p. 111. o'clock. In charge of arrangements is Mrs Louis %  ;. itothiein. chairman, as I sislecl by Mesdames JcMllelte Cood. Mac Dreyer, A. Rubin, Jack Simon. Morris Alpert and Aaron Reder Reservations for this event may be made with Mrs. Heeler or any member of the committee. An elaborate program has been arranged. • • Recently elected officers of thi Miami section of the Senior Conn ell of Jewish Women will be in stalled at a luncheon :n (In Strath Haven Hotel on May 11' Full details will be announce) shortly. • • The regular meeting of the pub liespeaking class of the Colltlci of Jewish Women will be held 01 Friday, April 2.'1. al the Seynv in Hotel, 945 Pennsylvania avenue Miami Beach, with Mrs LlhbLondon as hostess. Speakeri" include Mrs George Goldberg whose subject will he "Books us Fiicnds;" Mr-. Henj. BrOIISton wim will speak on "The .i. a an Agricultural People;" Mr Louis Bugarman, whose subject win be "Personality:" Mrs Rien nor Bearman, who will speak


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Friday, April 23, 193? THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN 6996 Albacore Drive Miami Beach 6-9875 One or both of the Rabbis w ing throughout the year. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St. Miami 2-9548 11 be at the Temple every mornWliamL Y. M. H. A. By LEW SAFANOWITZ Pinchhitting for HARRY SCHWARTZ Good morning, afternoon cr eve oc— CONGREGATIONAL -o oTEMPLE CALENDAR At the services this Friday evening, April 21, at 8:16 p. m., Dr. Kaplan will speak <>n the subject ( f Father and Son." M. VICTOR MILLER 'Aclire MOB." "After the death" .it M. Victor .Miller, an entire community mourns, and rightfully so But Temple Israel, in addition to the general loss, has suffered from an additional, personal loss; for M. Victor Miller was a member of the Hoard of Trustees and chairman of the .Membership Committee Of Temple Israel. Temple Israel mourns the loss of this beloved son because his greatest Jewish interest was Temple Israel, and to the interests of that organization he devoted most of his time when not burdened with his overwhelmingly numerous duties of his professional and civic life. "Vehachal yiten el libo," let the living take his life as an example Many of our young, able professional men who are white hopes and pride of the Jewish community, forsake the sources that nourish them and erase from their hearts the faith of their people, because they believe that that Is the sacrifice which they must of fer on the altar of "success." M Victor Miller achieved "success" In the best sense of the weird, and yet he remained loyally faithful and enthusiastically active in the undertakings of bis people and his congregation. "Chaval al deovdin velo mlsbtakchln." great la the loss of those departed who cannot be forgotten Temple Israel cannot and will no' forget M Victor Miller. Sunday. M^y 16 Confirmation. Friday, May 23 Graduation, Sunday. May 30 Closing exer sea. Sunday. June C Religious School picnic. famous spieler (of Karnum and Bailey's circus) will offer his (death-defying) Bunco Came, music' will he played for those desiring the opportunity of dancing, various amusing games will also he offered with a food supply booth thai will enable you to fill the empty spot You will also have the opportunity Of making faces (the ensiling, orwhatsoever time you may tomera are always right) at the happen to read this column will booth men. the local "V" hoys, he fine and so lo the Messr and any thlngyou do will he O.K. Shochet and Schwartz, my humble Vou, dear leader (tricky Bye), thanks; to the reader, my great can do your part. The admission est gratitude for reading this tar |g nothing. The time is Sunday and the hope that you will connight and the date April 26. T e tlnue IO reed IO the very end. this location, 1567 s. \v. Fifth Btreel column which stalloff ill sue The V. M. II. A. cluhroomand a good morning, afternoon and the evening one of fun and pleasevening manner. u re galore. Ves, sir; Yea, Ma'am, the v. M, Gel a croud up. a gang to II. A. is ai ii again; Co-Chairmen gether mother, wife, sweetheart, Serkln and Blatt and their respec friend each and everyene is InGENERAL o o—— o On Sunday evening, April 26, Df, Kaplan will speak in West Palm Beach at the meeting for the J. O. ('. drive Dr. Kaplan will deliver the bene diction at the commencement ex erclses of Hie luiversilv of Miami. On Wednesday evening. April 21, Rabbi Zwltman addressed the Jewish Students' Corps at the Uni verslty of Miami. Rabbi Zwitman will deliver the invocation and the benedivtlon al the commencement exercises ol the Uobeit E. I.ee Junior High School. I Jr. Kaplan will address Hie Southern Business College nexl Wednesday. Subject, "Business Vesterday ami Today." RELIGIOUS SCHOOL At the Religions School services of Temple Israel last Sunday morning, the birthdays celebrated were those of Joe Gassenlieimc.. Ann Qundershelmer and Mania Kohl. The social service offering was $7.7'. and the class that had a perfect record, both for the beat attendance and for the best col lei I mi, was High School ", the Confirmation Class. The members of the Continia tion Class of Temple Israel win will he confirmed on May 16, 19117. are the following: Nathan Aronovitz. Theresa Berlin, Jane Bronner. Ileen Freedman. Marcia Irene Kohl, Betty Letaw, Dorothy Anne Levin. Lenore Levy. Ina Shirley Levy, Betty Liebling. William Aaron Mayer, Bernard I. Miller, Dorothy Morris, Theodore II. Plant. Daniel M. Richter. Harry Rimer, Irving Rubin. Merton Simon, Xataleah Simons, Vincent M. Bngarman, Stanley C. Wasman and Jeanne T. Welnberg. SISTERHOOD The Temple' Slsterl I Installation luncheon will take place Mon day. May :t. The place will lie an noilllced later. • I'M SO NERVOUS I COULD SCREAM YOU HAVENT USED THAT NERVINE I BOUGHT YOU M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-1661 OHM I L E S e \ps to R e i Qk tenseNerves Do you feel tense and keyedup? Do the care of the home and children, the obligation of social or community life, the worry of finances, "get on your nerves ? "NERVES" May spell the difference between happiness and misery for you and your family. If you are Nervous, Sleepless, Irritable, Restless, it may be due to an overwrought nervous condition. If so. you will find Dr. Miles Nervine a real help. Your Druggist has Dr. Miles Nervine both Liquid and Effervescent Tablets. Why not get a bottle or package and start taking it today? Large bottle or package $1.00 Small bottle or package 3^ live committee members of every division of I hi' V. M. H. A. have arranged a (Jala Bazaar and Dance (much to the sorrow of the. local business men because the shinning lias brought results, and what re suits). Butchers, bakers and candlestick makers, lawyers, doe %  his. cleaners, merchants, food venders, machine venders, builde>s, stationers, hooters, jewelers and even Ichthyologists il hid thai viied; bring everybody ami lets get in ihe swim of the' "V" doings If there should happen to he any ci mplalnts on this column, get in touch with the editors of The Jewish Florldian and we can assure you there win he no repetit'on. I now take this opportunity of closing this first attempt at a column by wishing each and every reuder the best uf everything. So long till I see yon Sunday word gets them I are doing their night, April 25, at the"V clubshare by donating valuable nierrooms during the bazaar and cbandlse and prizes to be offered dance. at the bazaar and dance. I'.S. Our friend. Boris SchlachMr Jules (Move Over) Wilson, man, will also he present. Page Five THERE IS STILL TIME TO ENTER THE OLD GOLD CONTEST Although the Old Gold Cigarette Contest began last month, there is still plenty of time to enter this ec ntest. Start today. Don't delay. There is plenty "f time to solve ihe fascinating puzzles. All you have to do is to go to your nearest cigarette dealer and ask him ri r a set of official Old Cold Puzzle Pictures, together with lull rules and regulations about the contest. Follow the instructions carefully and you will he entered in the contest at once, If your dealer cannot supply you with these puzzles, send your request to thinewspaper and it will be given immediate attention. Big mone.v .s not theonly thing you can win in I his Filze Con teat. You will he doubly rewarded by getting acquainted with the famous Double Mellow Did Hold Cigarettes the cigarettes which ai.always fresh. Bear this in mind, too, that alter you try your first pack of Double-Mellow Old Colds and you are not delighted with them, you get Double Your Money Back. Success to you. More and more people are staying through the late Spring in Florida. They've found it's the best time of the year. %  / I.e. 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 are pleasant, leisurely, languorous... and the sun offers more beneficial rays for health and recuperation. *, Say through May, just once—and you'll stay every year! ^v*rr.''\ —r?xi+-i^Biiiii ;,.' ___ __ \



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Friday, April 23, 1937 JU THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seven Society An Important meeting of the Indies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewlah Orthodox Congregation will be held at the synagogue next Tuesday evening, April 27, beginning at 8 p. m., when a report of the nominating committee will be presented. Following the nominations, election of officers will be held. All members are urged to attend. • • • Miami was shocked last Sunday night when word was received of the tragic death in an automobile accident of M. Victor Miller, prominent attorney and civic worker here, while returning to Miami in company with Paul Jeans, editor of the Miami Tribune, from a visit to Tallahassee. Miller, a native of England, came to this country while a child, studied at the Ohio State I'niver sily. the University Of Florida and received his law degree at tlie University of Miami. Immediately up'n his opening law offices he began an active participation in civic and communal affairs. He was one of the organizers of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, a Mason, Shriner. Elk member of the B'nal B'rith, an active member of the board of directors of Temple Israel and cliHirman of its membership committee, a member of Meth .lacolCongregation, the Zionist District snd other communal and fiateina' organizations. He served as asso • iate judge of the Municipal Court cf Miami Ileach and was vice presi riont and attorney for the Miami Tribune. Funeral services were held at the Niceley Funeral Home on Tuesday In the presence of thou sands of friends. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation, a long-time friend of the family. and Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan officiated with Cantor Boris Schlachmar chanting the "Kol Molay." The Masonic Lodge and the Klks IAHIK' conducted final rites at the tuners' home. The strict Orthodox rltua' was observed and final services were held at the graveside. In terment was In the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Cemetery. Mr. Miller, who was *t years of age. left surviving him. his parents. Mr. and Mrs. I.ouis Miller: a brother. Harry Miller, and two sisters, Mrs. Freda I,utzky and Mrs. Ernie Wolf. Resolutions of condolence were adopted by the Legislature of Flor Ida. now In session in Tallahassee; the Bade County Bar Association Temple Israel, the Zionist District of C.reater Miami, the B'nal B'rith Ixidge and numerous other organl zations. • • • Bernie Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank, long-time resi dents of this area, is a member of the University of Miami tennis team which in the past two weeks has scored notable victories against Rollins College, the Cnlversity of New York and Princeton University. Bernie has won every match he has been In. both singles and doubles. He is the only Jewish member of the team and has been an outstanding tennis player while at high school, at the Universitv of Florida and now with the University of Miami. by Albert Bacher. Harry Green and David Golde. The public is urged to patronize this event. • • • At a well-attended meeting of Beth David Sisterhood election for officers for the coming year was held and the following chosen: President, Mrs. Sol. Rotfort; first vice president, Mrs. Harry Oil pliant; second vice president, Mrs J. Engler; third vice president Mrs. Mendel Scheinherg; record ing secretary, Mrs. Jack August. corresponding secretary. Mrs. Sadyi G. Rose; financial secretary, Mrs Mollle Apte; treasurer, Mrs. So' Welnkle; auditor, Mrs. Ed. Fried man; lergeant-at-arms. Mrs. Ber Kandel; directors for three years Mrs. Chss. Abbot, Mrs. Wm. Blut stein and Mrs. M. Rlppa, The in stallation dinner will he held oi Sunday evening. May 2. at Bell David Talmud Torah Hall, with Mrs. Jack Ballot heading the at rangements commitee. • • • An important meeting of the o' ficers and commitee of the Unite Jewish Campaign, comprising ri> Greater Miami area, will lie hel today at 12:3ft p. m. o'clock at th Palatial Kosher Restaurant) a which time definite plans will be made to conclude the local cam palgn. All members of the com mittee and all interested in till work are invited to attend. • • Herman Samet. 68. of 713 KucliC avenue. Miami Beach, died at hi' home Wednesday following a shoi' illness. Mr. Samet. who came here '2 years ago from Atlanta, Ga ind engaged in the grocery aip' delicatessen business, leaves the widow. Mrs. Rose Samet; three daughters. Pauline and Thelma 0* Miami Beach, and Mrs. Moriip Rubin of Atlanta, and four sons Jerry and Jack of Miami Beach: Louis of Atlanta, and William of New York. Funeral services were conducted in the Niceley l-'iinera' Home's Miami Reach chapel Wed nesday with Rabbi Max Shapin officiating. Masonic rites wcr< also read. Burial was in Wood'nwr Park Cemetery's Jewish section. RESOLUTION Whereas, the Jewish common itof Greater Miami has suffered nr irreparable loss in the sudden nil'' untlmelv death of M. V1CTOP MILLER; Be it therefore resolved tliit th r Zlonlst District of Greater Miami at a meeting held on Monday eve nine. April lit. does herehv ex ten condolences and heart-felt sympfl thles to the family; And he it further resolved th-' these resolutions he recorded the records of this orasnitnt'n' and a copy forwarded to the faml'' of the deceased. Rabbi Max Shapiro. President. Nathan Adelman. Secretary. The welfare division of Enuinah Chapter O. K. S. is sponsoring a luncheon at the Southern Cafeteria on Monday. May 3. from 11:80 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. o'clock for the benefit of the Masonic Home Fund. In charge of arrangements is Mrs. Lena Simon, who is being assisted ^ At the Movies Against a background of international intrigue, with Scotland Yard detectives close on their heels In a mad dash over the map of Europe, Joan Crawford and Clark Gable appear In their picture, "Love on the Hun," opening Sunday at the Seventh Avenue Theatre. Prominent in supporting roles are Franchot Tone. Reginald Owen. Mona Barrie, Ivan Lebedeff, Chales Judcls and William Duma rest. Gable portrays a newspaperman and Miss Crawford an American heiress. She runs away from the altar and a pompous nobleman Into Gable and trouble. Tone has the part of a newspaper buddy of Gable's. David Croil, Jewish Minister of Labor In Ontario, Ousted For Backing Labor Rights Toronto. Canada (WNSl — Because lie would rather march will the workers than ride with Gen eral Motors. David A. Croll. Kus skin horn minister of labor and public welfare of the Province Of Ontario and the first Jew to h Id a cabinet post in any of the Dominion's 10 provincial governments, was forced out of office by Premier Mitchell Hepburn be cause he wouldn't see eye to eye with him over the strike of General Motors workers at Oshawn. Ontario. Croll, who is only 37. is a former mayor of Windsor and had been in the Ontario cahine' since 1984 when the Liberal government took Office. Until re cently he was the legal god-father >f the Dionne quintuplets in hi•opacity as minister of public wel fare. serve a summons on "the mulatto whom thousands of Negroes called "God." Greene went to Father Divine's "Kingdom" with Paul Comora, a professional process server. Just as Comora laid the summons on the rostrum where Father Divine was presiding over banquet services, knives flashed. Greene went down under blows and knife thrusts while Comora fled. An eight-state police alarm is out for Father Dhlne on a charge Of felonious assault. Three of his followers are under arrest. Greene Is critically wounded. New York (WNSlThe estate of the late Paul Max Warburg, White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP 240 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel SEEKS CITY POST HARLEM TENSE AS JEW IS STABBED BY FATHER DIVINE'S FOLLOWERS New York (WNSl Feeling is running high in Harlem, scene of •inti-Jewish boycott agitation twi ears ago. as a result of the stab bing of Harry Greene. Jewish building contractor of Weehawken, N. .1.. as he entered Father Divine's Harlem Kingdom to help a friend JAMES R. COOPER i i RESOLUTION Whereas, Almighty God. in II! divine wisdom, has seen fit to re move from our midst a valuable member of this organization and the entire Jewish common ty will the untimely death of M. VICTOR MILLER; Be it unanimously resolved the' Snolem Lodge of B'nai B'rith extends its slncerest sympathies to the family of the late M Vlctot Miller; And be it further resolved that a copy of these resolutions be forwarded to the family of the deceased, Nathan Adelman, President. Milton A. Friedman. Secretary. EVERYONE Is Urged to Attend Theatre Performance for the Benefit of Roumanian Jewish Workers SUNDAY APRIL 25th—8 P. M. Beth David Auditorium 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue ADMISSION 50c Grove Owner Business Man and Lawyer appreciates the confidence of the approximately five thousand signers who endorsed hi* candidacy for (he nomination to office of City Commissioner. James I{. Cooper accepts this nomination from his many friends with gratitude and pledges no alliance to any newspaper or any group of men and if elected will be free to use his best judgment in any and all problems brought before the Commission. .lames R. Cooper has lived practically his entire life in this area and he presents the record of his life as his platform. (Paid Political Adv.I FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT PROGRESS AND PUBLIC WELFARE — ELECT — CHARLIE DILLON City Commissioner A RESIDENT OF DADE COUNTY 38 YEARS brother of Felix M. Warburg and the man credited with helping create the Federal Reserve System, amounted to J3.517.S49 gross and $2,513,583 net. whereas his fortune was estimated to have been in excess of $50,000,000 at the time of his death on January 24, 1932, a transfer tax appraisal revealed. DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST 1764 N. W. 36th St. Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2111 MIAMI NEEDS BUSINESS VOLUME For 20 YEARS E. G. SEWELL lias Keen a leader in Business Promotion Activities CHECK HIS RECORD Also cluck his record on bringing the Public Utilities RATES DOWN TO EARTH. Also Check WHAT the rthor Candidates MAY !><> WITH VOI'R REFUNDS and RATES. 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