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The Jewish Floridian ( April 30, 1937 )

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wJemsti FlofidligiKi \% COMBINING Title JliBWU3lh Vftlitf n Vol. II'— N<>I s MIAMI. FLOW I DA. FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1987 Price Five Cents THE WORLD'S WINDOW I On Calm Reflection THE JEWISH NOVEL By LUDWIG LEWISOHN This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement will be prosecuted. The JewlHh novel In America and in the English language may lie said to have begun with Mr. Abra"Whatever as either truth or fable Fri ni myriad i ages you have won is babbling In a Tower ol Babel Unless love weld it Into one."' Nietzsche was a tougher guy than ham Cahan'a "The Rise of DavidjGoethe, what was ins ultimate Levinsky." Many years later I may conclusion on certain matters: In said to have taken up the thread "Where thou canst no longer where Mr. Cahan left it. During | 0 ve pasa by!" Wo du nlehl the paal decade, roughly speaking, meht lleben kannsl da geh vorbel! i have written Jewish novels in the Tender? Tough? Swift waa about English language and during the I as tough as you make them. What latter hall ol this decade several are his fury, his cruel Indignatlcn i ,i,„ .._. I which tore his heart, hid verj oh y< unger men have done the same Bcenltles but the i ri i 11 bis out raged love and disappointment? Love in this imaginative and creative sense is insight, power, cr gallon tor the making ol value-. tiling, until now we can count each i.isin on i ue or two Jewish American works of fiction. I am sincerely speaking of this matter today not on my own a< linger men. with the exception Ol Irving Flneman, are ill a state ol slight but marked rebellion against me and yet all show their awareness of me in their books i Ither explicitly or implicitly ami all send ni"> their books or. what is th.same thing, cause their pub Ushers to Bend 'hem to me, I read the books; I salute the talent and "tough" in thai lax negative pseudosophisticated sense of tindetermination to admire n thing, civ. oneself to nothing, be duped by nothing. It is strong as lite or death; it i v arduous as strict thought: it is as athletic as brilliant pole-vaulting or a series of perfect paragraphs, Love and the 1 in it creates are strong. Pas sioii is Strong and therefore begets. Loveleaanesa and passionlessness are uncreatlve and feeble. They beget neither ideas nor forms. The permanent work of the human imagination are all al! from lb mer and thTorah t "The Magic Mountain." the products of a passion ot love that creates values and form (both indissolu,i,. energy in them; I try to write blyl as it functions, as it goes author r publisher an appreciative along. word. The pen. so to speak, drops from my hand. What i-^ wning'.' What is wrong with me or what is wrong, it anything, with Mr. Meyer Levin's %  normous and extremely abb' "The Old Bunch"? One ot his young pe le ia morally uncomfortable ami his friend I've momentarily lost tie passage in the !>64 pages sivs with a deliberate thrust: "Are yon Jewlshly troubled? Have you been reading Ludwig Lewisohn?" In other words. Mr. Levin, who doubtless in a certain sense respects my work, thinks that I am in essence a sentimentalist and an idealist, in the meaning of remoteness from life's realities. Let me take up the matter right there. Yes, precisely what troubles me about many of the books of the younger Jewish novelists and Immensely about "The Old Hunch" is the absence of that whole category of elements in them which they would call or are persuading themselves to call sentimental ami idealistic. In brief: I am tenderminded and they are tough minded. To be "tough guys" is their snecial "note." Let us glance for a moment at the great pagans, who were no sentimenti'lists surely. Does Mr. Levin know these verses of Goethe: |lr litli is ban en. No i reps grow in the dust-bowl. An impotence of the heart can lead to niter sterility in the midst of reeking sensuality. If ibis frightful condition obtained among the young .lewwith whom Mr. Levin grew up In Chicago 1 do n t blame hlii for saving so. Rut by not implicitly and creatively passing a judgment upon the fact and letting us pee his remoteness and Othei whereness from that world of horrible decay, he abandoned art. which is value through f: nil. before he began to write. And tha older generation of the parents of these poor, wretched "tough" children—did they have to be deline ated as being actually what they seemed to these poor "kids"? For we know that they were not. We know that they represented, even tnongh in a state of decay and senescence, a culture that at I---" ,,mhad power, grandeur, form and that has shown itself CPOahle of infinite renewal. And hv the same token we also know t' it th. "kids" were what they were and became wh< they became becau they had left home—which is dele, islble and has hat pened before hut had no place to go but a spiritual slum. Mr. Levin must know (Continued on Page S) It may be said, and not without considerable pride, that the Jew has contributed much to the success of every country he has lived in, because of his devotion to the principles of decency, honesty and clear thinking in the exercise of the right of suffrage and his duty as a citizen. There is a duty, therefore, that devolves upon every Jew wno is a voter in the City of Miami, that ht cannot, and w.ll not shirk. That duty is to go to the polls and vote but before exercising that privilege to carefully analyze the problems confronting him and his fellow citi zens, and to choose men to administer these affairs of govern ment. based on records, reputations and achievements, and not on sound, fury, mere promises or wild attacks. The Jewish Floridian has carefully followed the course of independence and has avoided any partisan political facionalism ... we have never sought office and do not propose to... we are. however, interested as good citizens should be in the proper, honest, unprejudiced ad ministration of the government of the City of Miami. We, as Jewish cit zens, are vitally interested that men chosen to the office of City Commissioner be free and clear of any and every suspicion of race prejudice that prejudice which brands an officeholder and public servant as unfit for the tru=t and confidence vhich the position demands and requires. We go further... a candidate for office ... an office-holder should so conduct himself that none may question the integrity of his purposes. Among the candidates there is one. we are proud to say. to whom the cloud of suspicion of race prejudice cannot and does not attach one whose every action has shown independence of thought ability to do the right thing and, above all. freedom from prejudice against anyone, regardless of race or creed opposition to the passage of a law requiring the finger printing and registration of a'l citizens ... a law which was passed in Michigan and which some of the most prominent Jews in the country bitterly fought and succeeded in having declared unconstitutional %  though vigorous in enforcing a law requiring the registration and finger printing of those previously convicted of crime. An office-holder whose accessibility to every citizen has never been questioned who. while battling for the reduction of the cost of commodities to the citizen, has never permitted his zeal to warp his judgment under whose administration employment ha been afforded to office help and other positions regardless of their Jewish faith whose close friend and ardent supporter brought credit to the entire community as the City MIAMI MUNICIPAL JUDGE STRONGLY Culprit Is Fined; Sentence Is Suspended On Promise of Good Behavior and Removal of Anti-Semitic Sign From Premises Judge James A. Dunn of the Mu nlcipal Court of Miami last Tues day morning minced no wordt when he denour -c ] A. Drolei baugfa for race picjltdice, and srn tenced him to HI days in jail and the payment of Hi ur| msts. if Milton A. Friedman, attorney and secretary of the local B'nal It'rith Lodge, was arrested on a warrant sworn out by Mr. Steinberg. Last Tuesday at a bearing before Judge Dunn in the Municipal Court. Drolesbangh denied and then agreed to suspend sen tence on condition that a sign igainst .lews would be remove! and Drolesbangh would no longer continue his objections! behavior. Last January .1. Steinberg rented an apartment at 4C7 s. W. Tti street in the same h use with tin landlord, Drolesbaugh. until May 15. Part of th' 1 rent was paid then anil the balance was piid on March 15. Following 'he Man payment, Drolesbaugh began to l>abusive, objected I -l"" s 'i s iting the Steinbergs, called th. Steinbergs vicious and vile epi thets. The Steinbergs obje tee" and Drolesbaugh then placed a big glgn at the porch entrain e lo Me apartment. "No more Jews on this lot." causing a disturbance last week, Drolesbaii-h on thndvici part of the story, but admitted the sign bad been hung out. Judge Dunn emphatically expressed himself that Miami would not tolerate conduct of this kind, that there was no room for race prejudice in this country, and found Drolesbaugh guilty of disorderly conduct. After sentencing Drolesbaugh to a jail term. Judge Dunn suspended sentence on condition that Drolesbaiigh would remove tie sign anil ih,i from further .lew bailing and disorderly action. The -i n was removed immediately toll wIng the trial. Judge Dunn has earned a did reputation for fairness on the municipal bench, is one of the leaders in civic anil fraternal circles and one of the leading Cat olic laymen in the South. Minister Urges Ban On Agitators Philadelphia (NCJC) The most effective way ol dealing with anti-Semitism is to turn over BUCII propaganda to the aut'i titles have them track it down to itorigin, and then require those who print it and are not citizens to return to their own countries. This o; inion was expresed here by tlie Rev. E. A. B. Palmquist. executive secretary of the Philadelphia Federation of Churches. Such a procedure would he more effective ihan passing resolutions condemning antl Semitistn. be declared. Zionists To Name Delegates ,) Solicitor of Miami. The Jewish Floridian. ever mindful of the high duties of citizenship which every Jewish citizen feels is properly his. sincerely and earnestly recommends the election of Mayor A. D. H. Fcs=ey to the City Commission next Tuesday. An important meeting of the Greater Miami Zhmist organization will be held al I'eth David Talmud Torah Hill next Monday, May :!. ,ii 8 p. m. o'clock when a report of the nominating committee will be heard and delegates to the annual convention of the Zl nist Organization ot America will he elected. A report on the membership campaign of the district will he presented and plans for the Shekolim campaign will be announced. All members and friends of the organisation are urged to "fend. Rabbi Max Shapiro, president of the Greater Miami Zionist District, will preside. The Shekel Campaign which is to be Inaugurated shortly will he dis. ussed and a committee named to take charge of this imp rtant matter. Campaign literature will be distributed and the Greater Miami area will be zoned so that the maximum (overage can be had. J



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, April :I0. 1937 Formal Installation of the recently elected officers of Beth David Slaterhi od will be held next I |j|j Sunday evening, May %  _', .it Beth j isj David Talmud Torah Hall al 6 1$ o'clock. Mrs, Bernard Simon "ill s|S lie toast mist resB; Mrs. Win. Itobin W&v? el SOCIETY son win install the officers; Mis. Mix Shapiro will give the Invocation; a report of the i>ast year's activities win ixRiven by the reelected president, Mrs. Sol li tfort; Rabbi Shapiro will deliver the principal address of the evening, i musical program will he presented during the evening, in charge ol arrangements is a coin mlttee headed by Mrs. Jack Pallot. Tie public is cordially Invited to attend and may make reservations wjiii any member <>r the committee. Beth Jacob t' 1 ngregatlon will hold the annual confirmation exi cises ol itSunday school at the Synagogue Sunday evening. May -. beginning al R o'clock, with Rev. Maurice Maim lies, principal, dlectlng the program, He will be ;iss,.~ieil by Miss Helen Schlff, a made with Mrs. I.iiwrence Sapero, those li ill I"11 the confirmsl ion class are Li oliaril Merlin. Bruce Wander, Hubert Pnal, Florenc % %  Ehrlich, Ida : 1 i k nnd Blanche Burnett, A reception in the vestrj rooms will follon the program. • A meeting ol ie Sisterhood ol Chesed Shel Ernes was held last ,i mday nlghl and a nominating committee consisting it Mesdames Charles Qoldstein. I. Rosengarten and Win. Chin was named to recommend officers foi the coming year. • • • Mr. and Mis. .1. J. Rubin announce Hie betrothal of their daughter, Miss Marguerite Rubin, to Albert ('rallies, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Crames, Paterson, N. J., the wedding to take place some time next month. \i -Rubin is a graduate of the Miami Senior High School ami the Gregg Business College, Mr. Crames graduated from the Ohio state University and the New JerBey Law School. He is ass united With the .Maxwell Company of this Ity. • Mis. Adolph Weilheiuier is in charge of the Installation luncheon i.i Temple Israel Slsterh I next Monday. April 8, at 12:30 o'clock nt Louis' Patio Grill, 731 Lincoln proximity t road. Miami Beach. Mrs. Mux day by her parents, Mr and Mrs. in Dobrln will be toastmistress and Sol Wilson, prior to her departure their stay. Mrs. Jules IVailmaii will be tinj tor her home ill Philadelphia after f ( ( Installing officer. Mis. Tobias spending three months her. Several hundred Iriends attend Simon will present Miss Sarah Knl .veil in a group of son^s and will lie accompanied at tlie piano by Wilma Spratlln. Mrs. Morris Plant will report on Ihe pasl year's work in the RellglOUl School. Reservations tor this event to Which the public is Invited may be Home for Hyman N. Levy, who Mrs, J. A. Rlchter, Mrs. Leo Stein Mis. II I. Magld, Mrs Cord n I'avis ami Mis. Maxwell Hyman. • T i Loyalty Club of Emunuh chapter, o. E, s.. is sponsoring a luncheon Monday. May .".. from 11 in .", o'clock ai the Southern Cafeteria, iv Flagler street, for the benefit of the Mast nlc Home Fund. Tie publii is urted to attend. Tuu XI. youngest chapter of Tan Ei silon Phi of the I'nlverslty of Miami, held election ol officers al a recent meeting and named Milton \\ %  shawsky in succeed Milton Wasman as chancellor. Daniel Rre'nln was mimed vice chancelI r: Maynard Abrams, s. rlbe; Jerome Weinkle, bursar; Arthur Wllllnger, warden; Max Silver, alumni scribe, ami Irving Kramer, chaplain. Since the Induction nt the fraternity chapter seven of the must prominent students al Hie I', have been pledged. Including Zal limn Sleznick. varsity football linesman: Ucrnie Frank, star mem inoi the iv tennis team which made a clean sweep of all its in tercollegiate matches in the Bast and won the International champli nship and the holder of the State A A. I' handball championship. • Rabbi E. L. Rosenbli om of Hen ver, Colo., fathei of the late Rabbi David I. Itosenblooin of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, arrived henWednesday afternoon to visit ids daughter-in-law ami granddaughter. He was accom ponied by Rabbi M. Kaufman of Wichita, Kan., his son in law. • Mrs. Louis Green "agiven a farewell buffel Bupper on ThuraGuests were Mi. and Mrs Kii ,d i ie funeral services hist Sunday ward Trimmel of Atlantic city. N night at the Ca let Wlxsom Funeral J.: Mr. anil Mrs. Samuel Elsteln, Homes tinHyman N l.-vy. who Jack Elsteln, Miss Ann Elsteln and died late Friday afternoon. Rabbi Mr. and Mrs Frank I'odeiwit/. nil Max Shapiro of Beth David Conel New York; Miss Adelaide Weigregatioil, Kabb I >r. Jacob II. Kaptenthal, Steubenvllle, Ohio; Miss | U n and liabbl c Iman Zwltman ofEsihei Rubin, st. Marys. Ohio; Mr. Mela ted al tinnervlces with Cantor and Mrs Charles Kreiilz. Louis| llayiiuin chanting the Kol dox Congregation win be conducted by a committee of the board of directors of the organisation, The following Sunday morning examinations will be conducted i i the pupils of the Talmud r Those receiving the highest nigs will be awarded prizes day evening. May !l. the clus : ercises lor the Sunday gc oo ||| be held at the Synagogue whei an elaborate program will b -inted under t he direction Itinville. Ky : Mr and MiHarry BlelchenhauB, Mr. ami Mrs, Henrj Miller, Mr. and Mrs S;II 1 Rap paporl. Mr. and Mrs Max .li obskin. Mi and Mrs Jules Wilson, Ington, and has Wllll Wils n mnl Maier Green eat wlntei tot ill Ten candidates have been nai I in the seii-c i ,.n iii Ma) Quei the annual May Day dance ii li Junior lladassah Is bavinon Sun da> evening, Ma) 2. al the Macfadden-Denuvllle The yoiimi ladii and theii Kponsors an .ifollows: Miss Mar mi Blank, spnnsoi %  Beth Jai li Slste hood; Mis li Engler, Beth David Sisti rhood: Miss Anita Meiistein, '!'• pli I r-.-i. i Sisti i IOOCI Miss (lei I rude N'ehum, li'nal B'rlth: M -Tannen, Senior Hadassah; Mi-Audrey Ciller. Jllllioi ( mini il. Miss Myra Goodkowsky, Senlo Council Miss Josephine Kolman. V. M. 11. A.: Mis.bum e M ic (I, Jew i-li Welfare Bui eau, and Miss Eddie Adler, civic League The Queen .v ill In i r ned bj the May Queen ol last year anil will be pi esented A II li i silt er lot Ing cup. A in puce n i liestrn ill pi i) for dancing and several vocalists will be presented bj tin ore Carl (;anliier is acting as mastei nt ceremonies during the evening ami has arranged roi a group of feature attractl ns mi his pro gram, Assisting Miss liana Mai k. chairman, are Miss Dorothy Davis, Miss Ida Safer, Miss Beatrice Silver and Miss Ro M ila) Mr Lev) ".in retired Insur,im p salesman ami a p omlnenl i gu i in Masonii I in bin Wash' visited Miami %  last I" yi ii In Washington h> ,iu in i ibei ol the Dawson Lodge, F. A.A. M.. Ihe Albert Pike Consistory, 8c t lisli Bite Masons, lie B< : evolenl and Protective i Irder of Elks II. uas past patron ol ihe W I liaiu I Inni i 'liaptei ol i lie > der ol the Easte n si.H and was u mouther ol tin Bel Dai Id Congl a tion and the Ti mple Israel i gradual il I iik< rs n i 'olli se Carlisle, Pa. Hi lea him the u idow, Mi Be tha i: Levy ; i wo daughtei -. Shirley and Isnhelli u sun. Mn gan. threi hi others, s.i in "i Mia Louis nnd Dnt id. o| Washington, and six sisters Mrs Frances llucknei ol Washing klrs Ida Tibbling of Vakima. Wash and Miss Sarah, Miss It se. Miss l.ill % %  nnd Miss Anne, ;i|i of Wahini inie mem was in the family plot in Washington I) C, l.i-i Wed lies day. here Rabbi Ahrani Simon ol flciated Rabbi Abraham Kellner. wli be assisted by membe faculty. ol ill Hie The annual picnic of the i of the Miami Jewish Ortl Sunday school and Talmud I will be held on Sunday, M following Ihe Shvuoih holld Full details will lie nun am %  our nexl issue Is IX in N'exi Sunday morning. May L'. pxam nations ol the Sunday school "i the Miami Jelab Ortho|.U llRE-ELECT A.D.H. Fossey f 31 years a Mi u ian o o II 'si Tried Conscientious O II -V man's promises are worth no more than li a past actions and p formances. (Paid Political Adi OWN YOUR OWN HOME We are vitally interested in fostering home ownership and have money available to assist YOU in BUYING—BUILDING—REFINANCING AT LOW INTEREST-LONG TERMS WE INVITE YOUR CALL 4% OUR CURRENT RATE ON SAVINGS IISIlEi SAIIIfiS 1 DADE M0ITGI6E BAVIN68 &£ i— ; i .; AND FEDERAL LOAN ASSOCIATION^ 9 MIAMI Ground Floor Congress Bldg. —109 N. E. SECOND AVENUE— PHONE 3-2652 RUFUS H. DANIEL Vice-Pres. LEO ROBINSON Vice-Pres. J. M. LIPTON President RESOURCES OVER $1,50 0,000.00 J Ai a meet Ing oi the I. idli Aux ilia i y ol i e Mia : Jewish Ortlui dox Congregation last Tupsdaj nlghl officers [oi t %  i oinini i" i unanimously elei led iie lude ; Mi Nathan Adelmnn, president; Mrs N'ai Ului lir-i v Ice president; Mrs. M ix Rn ; aport, s.-i nil vii i p i sldcnt Mrs. Moe Pallot, trea urer; .\l II Shulman, recoidine PCI etary. Mrs. Barney I iret Ich, finain sec etary, and M A Kellm r, correspond ng Becretary Dli i named were: Mesdames Juc Ic Hirsch, .1. Louis sin., bet. I D garten, li Chertkoff, II Tr i %  and Louis Kotkin. Installation I the officers will take placi at formal dinner the lattei par! ol May Rabbi 8. Wrubel and MrVVm hei of Ashevllle, \ C fort of Beth El In West Palm Bom It. annoum e the} ill ope ati I'm Jewish buys nnd i %  vard, N ''.. known iiCamp Ilia bee. The lines! nl Ihe nii.-l in liern camping facilities have been provided and i ie ramp will opi on June 16. li will i rt. swim ming. boating, athletli activities, educational facilities, eti Strict dietary laws w n be observi d II win enable many : memwho visit the Carolina BU er eso ts to have their children enjoy their vacations In the tines) ol irroundings at exceedingly low cosl and 2^98 UNENTOYO WITH CALF It's "I I' the inosi exciting hag fashions in months .... >ciiui'^ n,i'_ r lasriioiis in IIIUHIU" • • n "' '''"-' itself is of natural linen toyo with flap and top .;:"""'' "' "Inek, London tan or navy calf. 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%  Friday, April 30. 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three / f/Kjewisti Floridian FLORIDA S ONLY .•* 11 WKEU.Y PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY hy thr JEWISH FLORIDIAN I't'HUSHINt; ( '() I'. O. Bex 2'•-> PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue Phones 2-1141; 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Mnimw-r BERNARD MORGENSTERN Fi'IH Kftf merely because this involves Jews, but particularly bacause it will bring home in rather effec'.ive fashion the message thai Hiamiana do not want and will not tolerate the slightest show of intolerance. Jews do not want to be treated other than American citi zens. They ask favors of none, yet must and do insist that they be given all the consideration that American citizenry is en titled to. We sincerely hope that this action on the part of Judge Dunn will be a lesson to others who may want to do in the future what was done in this case. Miami benefits because the entire world will know that it welcomes every decent, clean living individual, regardless of race or creed. That in this area each man is entitled to that exercise of his rights that every human being is guaranteed by true Americanism. Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE By PHINEAS J. BIRON Now that Maurice Bisgyer has been named executive secretary oi the B'nal B'ritb, yon m!g"il remember thai we hinted he would get the job tWO weeks ago Incidentally, the two leading candidates for the posl were Richard Gutstadt, director of the AntiDefamation League, and Dr. Abram Sachar. head of th<> llilli'l Foundation Commission Qutstadt'8 %  It'in %  < were ruined by the lmpla able opposition of Alfred M. Cohen, B'nal I frit li president, while Sachar, who could have had it, didn't want it The National Council of Jewish Women, which has never taken any part In any movement connected with Palestine, will shortly announce the establishment i I a peat e scholarship nt the Hebrew University in the name of Mr-. Arthur Brln Tinweek's Candida!" for oblivion Is Joe Weinberger, city attorney nt Passalc, New Jersey, who took s Bermuda cruise on the Europe When taken to task, he said: "Whatcha going to do about it?" Wonder how he liked It when he had to witness some fancy "Hell Hltlerlng" ... A certain Rabbi Charles Haddock is said to he planning a new Jewish quarterly .. And Dr. S. Melamed is reported to he toying with the idea Of a Jewish publication, too ... A new fact powder has been named for Lady Marley, prominent non-Jewish OUT worker Twenty-five per cenl of the sales go to OR! New York City may gel this year's convention of the Y.\ nisi Organization of America Mrs. David Alpert, one of the up and coming painters of the new American school, is the rebbetzln of Tyler, Texas. By Wire and Wireless When Hitler made peace with General Ludendorff Der Fuehrer must have forgotten that the ten eral left the Nazi party many years ago to start his own Tannenberg League because he regarded the Nazis as "hopelessly Judalzed" Palestine's most popular newspaper is Ron Meyuchad, a Bheet which specializes in spilling din about Palestinians Scotland Yard is looking into a report thai a group of London police on a visit to Qermany shouted "Down with the .lews" ami remarked: "How good it is to be able to say thai freely" ... A library of Judalca to be presented to the Manchester (England) Central Library by group of Jews "ill include : copy "f the "Protocols oi the Eld >I SSIon" ... To take the cm %  • % %  of it. however, it will l>" hotr 'I to gether with a number of in-.''" • exposing its faNity ... A new School Of amateur painting v'i•' advocates art as a medium for healing persi ns with psychic disturbances is being sponsored in London by Arthur Segal, a German-Jewish refugee His idea Sholem Asch To Tour United States For Joint Distribution Committee Sholem Asch as he was met on board S. S. Conte di Savoia by (left) Alexander Kahn, vice chairman and (right) Joseph C. Hyman, executive director and secretary of the Joint Distribution Committee. S HOLEM ASCH. internationally famous writer, who arrived on the Conte di Savoia on April 22, for a six to eight weeks' speaking tour in behalf of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee's 1937 Campaign, in a statement issued on shipboard declared that the Jews of Poland were being "cut off from any means of livelihood." The picture today was a black one •it said for millions of human beings inking into ever deeper poverty and misery, intensified by the boycott campaign of anti-semites. but he found hope in the thought that "the time is not far distant when it will be understood that the economic plight of Polish Jewry is inseparable fr^m that of all the Polish people." Mr. Asch said of the Joint Distribution Committee that it is "today the only organization which carries on the relief work in Poland that has brought to America the gratitude and thankfulness of millions of starving in Europe, just as in the days of Hoover in Belgium. p.... -i j. n. c. "I have therefore gladly come to America to do what little I may to aid the Joint Distribution Committee in carrying on its work of relief. "The doors of the world are closed for immigration of any scale at all. Only a very small portion of Polish Jewry has so far found a home in Palestine and other countries. The great masses of Polish Jewry must remain in Poland. Any attempts that may be made to solve the problem of Polish Jewry outside the boundaries of Poland are unreal and fantastic and are bound to meet with failure. Many elements in Poland now become aware of the fact that it is fundamentally a Polish problem, and one that can. and must be solved within the Polish Nation. America Must Help "Meanwhile, until the waves of Anti-Semitism, which have blinded many of the Polish people, shall pass. help must still go forth from America to supplement the relief which Polish Jewry is itself giving to the utmost of its capacity. America cannot feed three millions in Poland, but we can and must continue in full measure to help: in giving small credits to the little trades people, artisans and farmers so that they may work and gain for their families a meagre livelihood. in opening trade schools for the youths; and most important of all to feed the Starving little children. These splendid things are now being done by the Joint Distribution Committee, and we must continue this aid. "I cannot close without saying that there are many Christians in the Polish Nation, particularly the working classes, peasants and Democratic elements, that have shown lint courage in helping us fight the unjust discrimination, and this gives hope that the day is not so far when reas %  ".. truth and justice shall prevail within the boundaries of Poland. It si. ul I not be forgotten that Jews have lived in Poland for nearly a thousand y< ars. The rightsof Jewish citizens in Poll 1 have been recognized and granted I y charters of Polish Kings in the m ages, and such rights were recogniz. J in the Treaty of Versailles, and '--.the Constitution ol today's RcpuU.c of Poland." Writing Life of Christ Mr. Asch also said he was writing a life of Christ from the Jewish pi I of view which G. P Putnam's Sons would publish. Asked concerning the situation in Europe. Mr. Asch said that tin. .sar in Spain "might save the world from war" inasmuch as the Fascist powers had been rebuffed in their attempt to control Spain and Europe generally had an object lesson in the terribie cost of revolution. Mr. Asch is to be the guest at a reception in his honor given by the Joint Distribution Committee in '.he North Ballroom of the Hotel -\tor. at 8:3ii on the night oi Weuttesday April 28, has won the ai pmval ol Sii %  Freud Seg il's non, W ilt< r, %  -.• thi i nly non Br Usher U win • %  i rlze in an Intel < all mal an hit< %  tural cont %  rhicl 2"> i tects partli I] nt< I Mi n Ri i< tw anger, wh '.writ ns a pi % %  about (i' ; man i el igi i s, is pi i nning a visit to Bin bidl in Peter i"i i 'ii ie*. thi Dani-h-J explorer and former gnvernoi of i land, lias he< n Invlti b\ tl>< Soviet government to in a i Anti. expedltii n Putzi II "i taengel Hitler's t rmer friend wh i is now In exile in London, was t'e first flnani ler of thi Nazi part? his money keeping the movement going until the i>ig Industrialist* • ame across, Things to Watch Thi Anelo-Saxu %  i ; -i it i • ol Reti It, an alii i ., ti-JewIsii itfit ol l< h Hi ary Ford's t tan, VVIllia i • on, i. i %  • r e lit' i ol t .c 1 %  • i i ri hid ndeni ii i %  %  i, • -, • %  Km -it: bm-h ol • % %  l' s %  1 •' %  %  %  %  / %  •' I, Will h lc !i • %  ,n t : El I "' 'I l.M t %  ; % % % %  s etie with I'c Kn Kl'tx epr %  • h< I Hi! nti'i • I. ; i iecl II .-. i ar*s Ol thi i i.'it'll y OPteilsC ly t |. bat libor unions Tin president i f ii bfa K mtern uiii ei Itv wh i %  was i h irg< .1 Ith b< In? iendb to N%  ; i p i paganda has t lle-l In his attempt t-i In ap o'ntmi nt at prexj ol a major Southern university Some men bei ol Congn BS wh have made -i i er ea attacking Nazism and wh friendly to Palestine were among 1 • g lests nt a farewell beer partj tendered to Nazi Ambassador Huns Luther i. iok for an an 1 nouncemenl shortly of the establifhm 'lit of the Institute of Ann ri'mi Civilization with Howard l.eSourd, dean of the Boston University graduate school, ns the mast< r wind ... its purpose will be to acquaim and educate Americans with the cultural contributions to \m.r,.;i of the various rai ial and rellg" us groups I| will ivo k primarily through schools and unl"< rslties ... it has ambitious i Inns ter n museum of American i Cont limed


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l'age Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. April SO, 1937 Political Briefs To.-.l.r-/-vTill/- \'nf A See N "' Ant.-Semit.sm Major •JacK>on\ me JNote^ Faetor ,„ B <=ck,n g *„< m. tarnations A:-, BH YORK WXS N %  %  • • % % % %  : i city HI tact i i. • • :.• .. lUSl Una • %  •'.. .... .. I !' % %  • %  ... I %  : .... %  .-. • • • nti-N f Ji • G %  • : : %  %  % %  -•••• %  %  • Dl • F Bel ; is I or %  • %  %  i e of i "' -' %  % %  in tl.at t or losi i : ... I 4 A ill S I %  %  %  • %  .. %  %  • %  %  ... %  %  : i %  :-'.' -:. • • .: %  : %  Mis. S La* Ml: i. • • Sam I i. .. %  % %  %  s i. ] i H •' : B. Haiti. tz. MrM :. H Strictly Confidential • • w %  1 ... %  %  : i %  i %  I .... City l %  • ten i %  .... %  • %  • I.' %  '. zanda %  i : A E. S Mr*. F. S S;ili t-n. Mrs. II I %  tit of i IN 71 • %  %  %  : •' I • %  H • : li %  Funloi < givei entlon f r! exceed n I %  rtK tl • • %  .... r the < • Be' iteli i appointed : %  i for the F i to the i n iR %  fl ;i resident of Mian i ror tie 27 years and nwnei of I To 0 i'" %  He i %  elop Ti. 1911 tievc : Bay H de P rk: hi* jeift to Miami 'ii a Id"' k erty al 11th si eet and tl h • TI develoi %  I Ten ; B Mason, a member In the Franklin i Fli i Pn %  %  • % %  i md I R i t Hotel last 1 asking election on a %  %  Dan Ing enjoyed I 9:3( "a truer, more proape ous and !'•-• i ick to the music ol a i nlai costly city, owned and controlled rhestra Mrs Edgar M Felson by ;:il ts people "ho In 'urn "in ...... chairman, II Mrs L E be enabled to o nl elr own assets | Wolfson acting as co-cl E fl -'• City ( l of h n Mia i I C|ty( the communii i %  • i i • year* and i i %  %  %  %  In the p H li Cl .Gel sendini • • ;•• %  %  %  s I '• %  bnsi ra> r.ti-N ;• %  • SI Irs. Ste] ll S. V %  • Eh! %  [l H. j. j Erwln moved to Apari lUtOI lent li ; ii fr JACKSONVILLE J FLORIDA GAP' :iT ANDREWS M .;%  ENjQy SUMMER COMFORT .• if... %  ,-c' h'cpfocl ho'.tl in t"€ ncj-t ol down. t-wrt JadflOnViBfl. ErC'y room wi.h lub jnd laower, ic't *II, ceilr.3 I#n, -d p. lUi-ed lummcr doo. Every Bed witn --t'.Z'l %  ftittrtM end rc.dinj limp Running ice • i:r on cvt.y Moor AID CONDITIONED COCKTAIL LOUNGE • COF'EE SHOP i.. -.0 AND VESTING ROOMS I 78 Room. $2 CO 80 Room. $2.50 40 Room. S3 00 %  24 Room. S3 SO I *0 Simplt Room. ...h P,„JI 8.ih (400 S.tnl MCniaM 'o, double o ould asked D Wise who thnl W ;. ce" was II • ; |, he was Se reiltun Henry Walof F. D. R M Intl p. S Mrs. Wise m Nail propaWe're Telling You : pipeline from t le H : %  thai Set-rethe Tn asury Morgenthau i ;; : F. 1). M heis f tlie failun evenue i par Jan I magnate, 'ii ten rj liili • n a t Iroi Hen p Mid you he Soviet L' in n • %  II • %  %  v %  n Rcii-I I Ml • I because he's a friend of Harry Orei ne, the young Jewish contractor who was stabbed by !••,,,I,. Divine's followers (;,,.,.,,.. BJ] i Postal lived ii the Bame hou •. %  \V len th< New York poll, e went i Weehawken to a Ivlse Mrs Orei ne ol what happeni d to her husband they found her out SO they woke up P. ttal at I a „, and like a good reporter -he t dd them where to find ei and all about Greene But P stal and his trau said nothing doing when the reporters tried to gel th< m %  give Hipress %  pli tu e ol Oreen. J. I.. Cohen Is the lawyer for the striking General Motors is in Canada Sholoni As. next book will be "The Life Christ" Maurice Ambuter hailed as a "second Cai n i ago, Is now stai \ int.in \ York l.or.l and Lady Mi i. hi will s. •• "The Eternal Road" by In of their teeth 'i" due in N'ew Yi> k n May 12 they've cabled from r for th kets for the May 13 pi i e last in tl • N"i -. Yi run Natalia C.ilU'.r. one ol \ die C intor's flvi girls, III be ailing hei self Mrs. i Metzgei 8he'll become the of Metzger, a Hollywood antique dealer, in May. LOOK! GAS RANGE With All These Advantages Beauty Styled by one of America's foremost home appliance dJlrners. Roper often the last word In beauty. Speed can have all the speed desired with Roper "MultlFlame burners. They give perfect control and location of heat Dependability Built to a=sure years of fine cooking service. Made by Roper —Americas finest gas range manufacturer for over 32 years A Cooler Kitchen Because the Roper oven is surrounded by a heavy blanket ral wool, more heat Is held In th oven. Cooler kitchen temperatures are the result. Cleanliness the new Roper gas range, ease of cleaning was tant ci!iM(i rral |on. Burners can be lifted out, put in dish pan and washed Oven linings have rounded corcl nlng. These ranges are simple to keep splc and span. Economy ret l i. economy with Roper because of located and c • neal lop burners, "low temperature" oven bur mtst riding features. Conner, Better Results • r a new Roper gas range Is lots of fun. iou gel • too good to be true ROPER PEOPLLS WATER & GAS CO Washington at 15th Street MIAMI BEACH /



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]'i (lay. April SO, 1937 ^_ THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five Society Wise and tiie Tamar de Solu Pool Young Judea Clubs at Beth David last Wednesday were entertained with a program In which the foii wing participated: Stanley TinMrs. Henry D. Williams will bel t er Esther Ar 8ntar, Betty Klrsch hostess to the public Bpeaking class HI the Council of Jewish Women .it 2 p. in t day at her iome, 5724 \ Bayshore drive. Mrs. Irene Roth will relate B story froi'i the Jewish Caravan; Mrs. Louis Dworman will Bpeak on "Crime Prevention;" Mrs. Harry \: igld will talk on "Advantages ; -nil Disadvantages of College Fraternities." and Mrs. Leonard Rosette will talk on "Music, the Language i f Romance." She will supplement hei talk by several vocal selections including famous love accompanied by Mrs. Ethel Spielberg. • • Miss Lillian Rubltl was elected president of the P il Beta Delta i ority at a meeting on Tuesday .it her home. Other new offl era .\ii: ^ Gloria Wheeler, vice president : Mi-s Joyce Oren, rec rdli e retary; Mi-s Bella Shaft, cor. -pi ndlng Be retary. and Miss I orothy Rossuly, publicity cha'.r man. The club will entertain with initiation party lo ; led res on May 7 ;n the home ot Miss Oren Final plans will be made al a meetus tonight with Miss Shaft, 1612 s w. 14th terrace. Mr. and Mrs K. R Wolfsi n Of Yn k were In sts it a cock tail party Wednesday at the Five ci.ick club The guests, all i om New York, included Mrs. Paula \V nters, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Gordon, Mr. .md Mrs. Raymond •' %  irdon and Miss Shirley Gord n. • The Donor-' I.line ieon -p insor id by the Senior council ot Ji wish Women was held at the Five (.'Clock Club Wednesday w til CO guest8 pie>nt. Tables were dei orated with garden flowers. Mrs. I: isemary (bison sang and was BC(i mpanied at the piano by -Mrs. Ma trice Pastroff; Mrs. Julia Dworman sang and was accompanied by M B. Hetty Lee L'ttwoin, and novelty dance specialties were given by the Misses Hath and Mildred D orman. • The regular monthly meeting I the Senior Council of Jewlol men will be held al Ka Ian Hall II >JCt Wednesday. May %  ". at 2:3n p in, o'clock, when election tor ol fleers will be held. Vacancies winch may ccur in the nomlna n ms will be tilled fro M the floor M B. Hal N'eufeld, i' esldent ol the organization, will present a re put of the recent Southern Inters-ate Conference of the Council ol' Jewish Wi men held in Little Roek. Ark. The public is Invited to at tend. The Greater Miami committee r n the relief of the Roumanian Jewish Wo kers reports t'ie raising of *2n2.:.o as the result of the theatrical performance at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall last Sun day evening; the sum of $136.86 from cash donations, with an expenditure of $23.75 for various is, leaving a net total of $3ir..r,o. which was forwarded to the New York headquarters of the relief organization. In charge of arrangements of the local committee was Adolph Haimes. chairman, and Joe Mechlow, treasurer. • • A meeting of the Stephen S enbau n, David i-oiiock and Seymor H :'-. prizes foi the essay contest and work in the recent bazaar wen awarded to David Pollock, Charles Rubin, Louis Aronowltz, Adele Sootln, Hetty Kirachenbaum, Diana Platinum. Rcsetta Kline and 1 Lois Rlesner, A i ostume jubilee Will be held Saturday evening. May j 8, at Beth David Talmud Torah | Hall when dancing, refreshments and entertainment will be provided Admission is only In cents. The public is invited • The unveiling of a t mbstone to the memory of t I late Mrs. S. Shemer, wife of Rev. s. Shemei city. v. ill take place Sunday. May 2, at 2 p. m. o"< lock in the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery plot ol the Woodlawn Cemetery, Rebbl Max Shap ro ol Beth David mie will fficlate. F lend re ri qui sted to attend. • i fifth annual lane icon and Installation of offici rs of the Miami chapte ol Sen or Hadassah will be In Id at Kaplan Hall on Monday. May 1". a: 12:30 p. 111. o'clock. Mrs. I Oe aid Lewis and Mrs. L. I Marl/, are cochairmen of the committee of arrangements fo the even) Mrs. Morris Plant will i'i stall the recently elected officers and folowing the lunche n a i lay by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, "The Goodwill Court." will be presented w i!i Mesdamea Henry l>. Williams, Tobias Simon. Herbert Simon. Max I iob-in and Miss Flo ence Cromer particip til An interest in-; tab' "i\ will be shown with many ol the members taking part. Th< u b lie iInvited to attend this lunche n and eservatlons may be with .Mrs Barney Weinkli • .;ci M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs. Files. Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-1661 The Sioga Fraternity held its regular bimonthly horseback jaunt last Tuesday night and covered a distance ol 22 miles, in charge was Sam Badanes and Charles Adel nan, Those desiring to Join .n the next outing are asked to 1 ake 1 ese vationa with t te organisation. • Planwill be announced in cur next issue tor the Mothers* Day celeb atlon sponsored by the local B'nal B'rlth Lodge which will be held on Tuesday evening. May 11, In charge of arrangements is Mr. E Albert PallOt. chairman of en tertainment of the organlzat n. Great Britain Launhces New Drive Against Anti-Semitism London (WNSl—An intensive nation-wide effort to combat antiSemitism In Great Britain was launched here at a Joint conference of the National Council for Civil Liberties and the Jewish Council for Combatting AndSe iiism A detailed plan for dealing With the problem was adopted, it was expected that the campaign Will benefit from the es late of the late Henry Vandenberg. Jewish philanthropist, whose will contains a clause Instructing his children and other heirs to 1.is ssoo.noo fortune to support all movements against antiSemitism. BOBBINS ROOFING A SHEET METAL WORKS Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 26th St Phone 2-3705 J.D.C. Junior Group Raised $95,000 *•* To Aid Needy Jews In Europe S INCE Its Inception In 1933. the Junior Division of the Joint Distribution Committee has been singularly successful In securing the help of younger Jews In America in the gigantic task of aid and reconstruction for their brethren In Germany, Poland, and other European lands. During this period the Junior Division, of which Pauline Baerwald Falk is national chairman, and Lois Hollander, vice chairman, (see Photos 1 and 2) has raised nearly $95."00 for overseas needs. These funds have been raised chiefly through Junior division groups which Mrs. Falk and Miss Hollander Organised in numerous communities, and by annual roll calls of Jewish religious schools each Chanakuh. By their contributions, youths of America have brought hope to thousands of people such as this German-Jewish mother and her ailing child (Pnoto 3) who would have been deprived of food, clothing, and medical care without this aid from America, and they have made possible the training of tens of thousands of young Jewish men and women abroad in trades which will insure them their livelihood. (Photos 4 and 6.) AN EXPERIENCE you'll never forget More and more people arc staying through the i.ite Spring in Florida. They've found it's the best time of the year. Here, no biting, cold, late Spring winds make them miserable—no unexpected cold spells bring on flu, bad colds, and other post-winter maladies. Breezes from the Atlantic, Gulf, and thousands of lakes scattered over Florida bring delightful days that are pleasant, leisurely, languorous... and the sun offers more beneficial rays for health and recuperation. Stay through May, just once—and you'll stay every year!



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, April 30. 1!>:(7 Jewish News Around the World Actions Committee protests the manner in which the administration handled the situation: nol preventing the outbreak, Its spread and prolongation; and, despite its powers and military torces, failing Sharfman Is Named to oBard to '" Protect the lives and property Arbitrate Railroad Strike "' tne Yishuv and others, Washington, l>. C. tWXS)—Prot' --"i Isaiah Leo Sharfman, head ol the departmenl ol economic* at tin University ol Michigan, is one 'i %  • thi e< membei B I an • •mi i gi-in y board appointed bv 181 The Ai tions Commit) Iterates die desire ol I le Zionist movement, proclaimed at the I7tl Zionist c tigress, for peaceful relations with the Arabs, with nondomination as the guiding principle. In espei I Ive of the numbei President Roosevelt to arbitrate a "' %  "'' Broup; (01 express con •! iti between the railroads and 'idence that the faithful fulfillmem Hi. 25,01 mployes ol the Brother'' Mandati and thi • td> hood of Railway Clerks wli lad development of the country hene thr< itened a striki on the M lines Nttlng thi .lewis' National H nu serving New Vo k City. Professoi ln ""' '':' : P pul il n n tin Nauhheim, several schools Phnriman Is .mber ol the ad*' '-' : %  backward children, find .. visory committee on allroad em'hronghoui Palest'ne were over $500,000, Allied M. Cohen. International B'nal B'rith president, said there were 13 lodges In Germany and 7.". worn en's auxiliaries which have been %  pending 1,000,000 marks annually for philanthropic purposes. Mr. Cohen declared that among the closed Institutions were boys' technical training sehcols, a vacation home at llii-i hbeig. a ehildr. n's home in the Black Forest, nurses' training Sdiools in Munich. Berlin, Frankfort, an agricultural s< l i at Ahlem, .: .-: :.i tariiiin for the pooi at Ti a i hild i n's sanitai luni ai Bad Our Bottles and Our Cans i r .ii plo> mi nt in the Federal (', "idint I ol Ti ans ortatit n dren's honii ai Dletz. Fix T.-.entieth Zionist Congress For August Third %  Actions Cor-imittee Unanimously Condemns P-.-titicn cf Palestine .1. us tie N'S i "'i i : v • Infr'nsi ro 1 i fie it th* .Tew %  I %  %  w .'voted 1 nisi \< i Crm It tee in ndopi %  resolutions ihmittd hv I • leal %  'inin --b •! T! • -• rest I"' Ions, In sunn vev< foiI 111 The A %  %  proves the line ts ken by the Ex11 in ] %  e in the pn sentatl n ni -. i d< in • %  befo • thi Royal < 'onimlss n i.'' Jew %  torleal con.1. i ii-.il. m i VVXS Tht letll W< 1 I 7.\ .::-• 1, : eld swit • _inn n tr.niisMi ii : i %  T %  12] • %  • • %  %  I Uti\ • 50 Bert,n Jewish Leaders Unde. Tecnnical Arrest as Passports Are Cancelled State Department Considers Pretest Against Nazi Ean Cn B'nai B'rith |i IWXSI %  -' : %  • 8 C on -1 • I, : i -, ei Ing mil ,,1 Inn i e-ssli II wit lilt WXS i—l ... ol %  '. :• lit Jewir :.. .. 'i til :%  tillli %  • N.i -., tutor ot J the] ; • rts cantier l.i .:.• led and Ined by tin %  n I pi %  %  • (mint %  j lewis i-ii Ey MOLLY MARTIN The battle between t!:o tin can!foods in bright glass jars ard and the glass container has b 'i bottles, ranged slde-by-side wi.ii ; for years. Almoi : < i i such home-made dainties as these: more or less taken so n.t.j & n .in t-,„, ,,',•." i bottle fruit pectin i earthy I like the glees t r To pre p ara fruit, add V 2 ettna •' how I pn water to ft pound apricots. Ci containei ; : >:: „ 1( i 4 i, 0 „ rs or 0V) ; rw me to view the food Ic. Tnea simmer, covered. 30 mi 1 til whrl Im getting an I v.ns 1 ,. : ,_ ^ma ( inditlon is. i ir my home preserv'i ~. I I ..;. B buy glass Jars 1 1 I complete faith In the ss i" protect nil the d< 'i< ite favor and quality of my hi n %¡ 1.1.luies. After l have tain u such ; ai is to make my pics. r\• •. —. tn the quality on which 1 pvide myself — using only the b -' or chop line, and mix with Juice. Measure sugar into large ltetlle, add prepared fruit, Ailing up 1 1 ;ip with water if necessary, well, bring to full rolling boil < hottest lire. Stir constantly I) and while boiling. lioil hard 1 minute. Then remove kettle from Are and stir in fruit pectin. Skim; nour nuicklv. Paraffin and <—r-. : .MMIS and the most caretuiiy| Makes about 11 glasses (G liu I .loped recipes — I'm not incea each). Germany In heh.ilf of the (ier-| • r man lodges ol 1 • B'nai B'lltl the B B'rll fliee in nection with Palestine. 1 gnized wn ,,.„ nave he n dissolved and Berlin tpon payment their property and runds confismarks In Steti by t'-e %  "' d Sei !• tary : 1;, Bersh ;. was fin tl has received appi ils 1 1 Inn 1 %  • ; : ess cense an sii n from Alfn d M. C • n B na celled -• B'rith pr< sidi nt: I Cyrus Ad 1 pair ot 1 •A Jewish ler, president i the Vmerlcan ...--. 1 •,, ., Jewls Committee S ent for s. nding Mc-Cn Cavert -. % % %  undi 1 the League Mandate, ihe dlstri ss ol Jew Ish mas-.In the Diaspora, thi gi al possil i'i' les • 1 Pali Bl tie and the benefits confei red upon the entire 1 untry by Jewish coin nizatlon— serve ;.t ... basis for the Jewish claim upon the Man•i.-'i %  j Power and the League for full execution "' '''•' obligations undei taki n in the Balfonr Declareti. n and In the Mandate • %  '< stresses the Mandatory Power's ob llgation to place the country under 1 in ii political, adminisl 1 atlve and ei 1 nomlr condllIons as will ensure I .•-.abl -'mien' of the Jewish National Home, it nri • the Mandal ry's itsslstam e foi 1 • xtensti n of Palestine's absoi p tivitv for Jewish Im nitration. th< allocation oi lands for Jewish ti. in. %  :!. the prirniol on ol Industry and ti"' establishment of a Ii lotive and administrative system that will facilitate a more rapid development w ose benefits will ai 1 1 ue to all inhabitants. 141 T le Actions Committee de lares that the Je Ish people firm I) opi OSI any attempt to curtail the rights, possibilities and ncopi nl the Jewish National Home, any int ingen ent 1 the obligai Ii n In the Mandate, any whittling down II the Balfour De< laratlon, any dep..1 lure from the ; rln< Iple ol noniii absorptivity, any limit upon land acquisition, anj : crystallizing the Jewish Natl nal 11. 01 1 urtalllng its territory, whethei through partition or canIonizing, or any other restriction upon the pai • %  1 1 the upbuilding 01 1 i mntry. f 51 nsiders prohibition ot Jewish Immigration and si it lenient i-i Transji dan a viola tlon "t Jewish rights, contrary to Ihe Mi etards the eco in 'nil 1 ot ress Of Tr.-ini rd %  n Therefi re, i' demands the rent nt hindrances upon such settle 1 nt : i'i' the plight of largi •io'is of Jewry makes more imperative than ever the quickening Of the upbuilding activity and the BX t. 'i-ion of the BCOre of Jewish -• ll tlement: (71 the Mandatory's vacillating p"licy was one of the causes of Ihe disturbances n 1!':'." The F, lersl 1 of Christ Ii %  • -• • Departmenl • the ground 'hat is an I %  them G< liVl %  to ti ke a chance on everyi bini spoiled by putting thi m up ii. containers made of Inferii 1 materials. It's only natural, then, that when 1 bay manufactured food products 1 bay them In containers which 1 irsoual experience has taught me a.e the best. I like to know what Im buying —especially when it < %  mies to food; so I favor the glass container and cast my vote for it. Home is not home, it seems to me. without a well-stocked pantry, and I keep my cupboard shelves kosln j;loaning under a variety of branded juu-i^flin. Carrot and Orange Marmalade 6 carrots 3 oranges 1 lemon Sugar Pice the carrots and cook tlie-n until they are tender, in as I i!" water as possible. Cut the oranges in small pieces and add the Jul< I and grated rind of the lemon Measwe the carrot and fruit, ami add two-thirds as much sugar. Simmer the mixture until it is cl >ar. Turn it into jelly glasses, and when it is cold, cover it with hoc fv'ANN SAYS -IT CANT HAPPEN" IN AMERICA N"i %  '. York UN'S' \ i'i-, 1-1 d HEBREW UNION TO PUBLISH TWELVE BOOKS THIS PEAR 1 UN.. Cincinnati (WXS)— Plans t. 1 the publication ot l: 1 new bonks during in I tin coming fiscal year \ ere an happen be nounced by the board of managers old fo! %  "!-• the American ;• i-' ernments '.i wipe out all Ji non • religl us and non • 1 ultura agent i. -. Cincinnati (WXSI — Lackina any fai tuul report as to 1 he at tual situation >i'i regards to Its lodges 11 1 Iermany 01 the 1 eas >i for their suppression. B'nal B'rith headquarters here Indl. ated tl. 1 no formal a< tlon would be taker until Blich data is avallabli T ere is a !>• ssib llty thrtt thi order may din Into itemergency relief fund to aid the German lodges. No official estimate of the value of the property and funds confiscated is ava lable, bui in 1930 B'nal B'rith property In Germany was valued at over$ %  "('. %  mill and its financial In Idi-ics n immlna his Impressions as hr : %  %  hihome In Sw Itzerland 1 %  bom rrei and w 111 always remain free." he declared adding "thej are not eympathetii Fascism or Communism anr" they ar< not likely to be fooled \i'i Germany, he predli ted an ultimate es ape fron Nazism "but : i win probibly be years baron the Nazi regime Is changi tl" Th, change will come not by revolutlo' but by a gradual overthrow 1 r Nazi ideas, he -iii'i Zionist Organ Offers Program For Arab-Jewish Understanding Berlin IWNS)—A th point program foi achieving Arab-Jewish understanding In Palestine is advocated In an editorial In the Juedisi he Rundschau, Zionist organ, which proposes Jewish approval lions al Hisemi-annual ting f or a legislative council. Jewish re 01 it* board of managers. The new ..,.,,,, .„ „, tll 1 ti lo ihe use ot the Arab llarl. r book will be, The Jewish Commu-1 nity." "Pictures in the .lewis Re "' Jaffa whlch sll -cl '"' '"' ,lli llglous Scho I," "Post-Biblical Lit "at.,i with the Tel Aviv port, and ••ratine. • "Gilenu, Part :t." "Medlethe developmenl of an Arab-Jewish val Jewish History." "Source Hook co-operative plan for colonization. 'or Medieval Jewish History." "Feasting and Pasting." "In the Land of Kings and Pi o ets "Choosing Your Vocatl n." "Storler it the American Jew." "Primary Material for the Holidays" and "Source Book lor Charactei Bdu cation." In urging Ibis program the IC 11 mlshau declares thai il is not enough for Jews to reject the rumored scheme for partitioning Palestine und pn poses that they take the lead in a new gesture of friend ship towards the Arabs.



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Friday. April 80, 1!.'!7 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seven 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 KA BKI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St. Miami 2-9548 One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morning throughout the year. J.. and the Young People's Choir, consisting of 80 boys and girls from our Religious School, will chain the musical responses Of the services. ooRELIGIOUS SCHOOL At the ReligiOU8 School usseiuly of Sunday. April 2.">. Rabbi Kaplan, I'll II.. conducted the services and Rabbi Zwltman delivered a Bermonette on "Synagogues, Yesterday and Today." The birthdays celebrated were those of Bernadine Roth and Mit/.i Friedman. Best attendance rea rd v. is held by llig'i Si hOOl III and the beat collection, by Intermediate IV. TEMPLE CALENDAR I o o Confirmation, Sunday morning, May 16. Graduation, Friday evening, May Bar Mitzvah Bervice of Leonard Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Saturday morning. May 29. Closing exercises of the Religious School. May 30. Religious School picnic, Sunday. June C. It was a very delightful affali and the first time that the Jewish people Of various organlzatli ns came together in a social way. and the largest amount thus far raised from Palm lieach of $1,300 was an earnest of what the community Is going to do "hen it is really united. They showed a talking slide film of "Twenty-Three Years of Human Salvage." after which Dr. Herman introduced Dr. Kaplan. Ph. I)., who spoke briefly on the terrible Bufie Ing of the Jews in Germany and Poland. following his address to the .leui-li students of the I'niveisity Of Miami last week. Rabbi Zwltman ms again been invited to speak to the Jewish student body in the main auditorium of the university on Wednesday evening. April 28. After the address an open forum Will follow and a social hour Will he held. Landsteiner Suit Against Jewish Who's Who Withdrawn The Sisterhood of Temple Israel. which has shown remarkable progass during the past year, will embark upon an even more successful lourney in the annals of our Temple, at the luncheon for the Installation of new officers fot the com ing year. The installation luncheon "ill he held on Monday, May :;. at 12:30 p. m. at Li uis Patio Grill. T:ti Lincoln road. Miami Beach. The luncheon is under the Chairmanship of Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer and the following co-chalr men: Mrs. Julius IVarlinan. chairman of the installation: Mrs. Max Dohriii, toastmlstress. and Mrs. Herbert r. Peibelman, chairman of entertainment. The following officers will be installed: Mrs. Jacob Kaplan, president; Mrs. Samuel J. Basker, first New York i UN'S)—Dr. Karl Landstelner'a injunction proceedings against Who's Who in American Jewry lo restrain its fill) lisher from including his biography in its new edition have been withdrawn and the case settled out of court. Counsel for Dr. Landsteiner and for the hook's publishers signed an agreement on April 2:t by which the entire matte! was dropped. II is underStood, however, thai Dr. I.andsleiner's biography will appear in the book. The Nobel Prize winner had sought $io.ooo damages on the plea that inclusion of his biography would do irreparable damage to his private life and reputation by calling attention to the fact that his parents were Jews although lie is now a Roman Catholic. By HARRY SCHWARTZ Never before ill the five years' existence of the Y. M. H. A. were the ciuhrooms taxed to capacity as they were al the Bazaar ami Dance held last Sunday. Kor all this, the honors belong tO OUI executive director. Boris Schlachman: Arthur Illatt and Ben Serkln for chairmaning one of the grandest social successes ever enjoyed by its members and friends We otter our tuinks to all organizations and business firms for their generous donations. Having assisted materially In taking (are of the hoolhs were Bernle and Arthur Selevau. Louis Safer. Jules "Con Came" Wilson. Lewis Safanowltz, Bea Bornstein, Ethel Lipowsky. Max s. hemer, Robert Eye, Mrs Morris. Mr and Mrs. Frank U BO, Pete Silverinan. Bert "Mono" and several more whose names escaped me The appearance ol ou Honor able Mayor A. D. II. Possey, es ported by Mr, Abe Aronowitz, and other candidates f r the C ty Com, mission, was the ilgb spot ol till evening. Thanks again, you guys and gals, and here's hoping that by next year we will be in our own home "Y" Juniors Elect Officers Newly elected officers of the Junior "Y" are Samuel Badanes, president: Abraham Berkowitz. vice president; Miss Gertrude SclinlT. recording secretary: Miss Rose Berkowitz, corresponding sec retary; Hymen Ruben, athletic director; Billy Merlin, membership |chairman; Miss Shirley Rosenthal and Paul Rice, serueantsat-ai ms: Miss Evelyn Marks, publicity chairman, and Larry Schwartz, program chairman. Best wishes for a successful administration. More than 50 members Of the "V" turned out for the initial practice session of the diamondball campaign, held at Flamingo Park last Sunday. A manage' is still being sought to replace Max Goldste n. Are they're any volunteers or recommendations? Please notify the hoard of dire, tors. As a nucleus tl in lasl year's runner-up team we si ill have the following members: Davis Lackawltz, captain; Frank Rose, Ralph Grossman, Normy Thaler. Al Berkowitz. AI Reisman, Harry Golden, Nat Blumberg, Leo Lipowsky. Bernie Frank. George Relchgott, Abe Winer. Murray Manlell. Snn my Tendwlch, Bill Segal, Danny White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLAN1IC SHOE SHOP 240 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel Sepler, Jules Wilson and Harry Schwartz. In a practice game held last Sun day Davis I.ackouitz and Frank Rose each hit hemers off of the delivery of Pete Sllverman and Harry Schwartz Practice tames will he held each Sunday. Starting at 2 p. in. at Flamingo Park. Mir ray and Alan will produce and play in the "Jazz Singe" for the "V". Boris Schlichman has set the dale for Wednesday. May 11'. to avoid conflicting with other organizations. The locatl u will probably he the Miami Beach High School. Watch for further dala in next week's column. Don't forget to cast your vote for the V" candidate at the Junl i Hadassah May Queen dame. Sunday. May 2. at the Deauville Casino, Miss Eleanor Rubin, chairman of the Mother's Day program being sponsored by the Y. M. II. A. Tuesday. May 2. prom BOS a most en JAMES R. COOPER • Grove Owner Business Man and Lawyer appreciates the confidence of the approximately five thousand signers who endorsed his candidacy for the nomination D> office of City Commissioner. James R. Cooper accepts this nomination from his many friends with (gratitude and pledges no alliance to any newspaper or nny group of men and if elected will lie free In use It is best judgment in any and all problems brought before the Commission. James R. Cooper lias lived practically his entire life in this area and he presents the record of his life ns liis plat form. i Paid Political Adv.i i mm FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT PROGRESS AND PUBLIC WELFARE — ELECT — mf 1 ^0 CHARLIE DILLON eVeS City Commissioner %  € '* 4BBBI A RESIDENT OF DADE COUNTY 38 YEARS Joyable evening of entertainment to all attending. Baby Adele Rosenbli om win render a number of Mother's Day songs appropriate to the occasion .\e members received by the "V" are David Brown, L. Grossberg and Herbert B, Scher. Come up lo the "V" any day during the week except Friday tor a pleasant evening Of relaxation. Ad on 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 has been ;i leader > i Business Promotion Activities CHECK HIS RECORD | | Also check his record <>n I i bringing the Public I'tilij | ties RATES DOWN TO j EARTH. 1 AN,, Check WHAT the I pther Candidates M>Y I><> I WITH YOCR REFUNDS J am I RATES. I Sewell Will Appreciate YOUR Continued Support JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA m Conveniently located in the downtown buincss, shopping end theater diitnct. Every room en outside room with privjtc bth, (no court) Circulating ice weter, radio, fen end be:! reeding lamp. Suites ol parlor, bcr'room ar d bitn. Superior cuisine end service in The Patio Gnll, and in The Roosevelt Rendezvous. AH Outi.de Rooms —No Court Cuculattne, Ice Water in every room -77 Rooms-Single w.lh Private Beth $V 00 44 Rooms $2.50 55 Rooms $3 00 66 Rooms $3 50 23 Rooms $4.00 11 Suites: Parlor Bedroom & 8alh $6.00 24 Sample Rooms with Private Bath $4.00 $l.>t laefeesa la Rate. free 0..b.. OCMM-'T L-V a r Allied..t Weekly a*4 Me-isl, Reiei—' A Robert R Meyer Hoti



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Page Eifht THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. Ap.ll 30, [9! A. Z. A. Will Observe Founding Omaha. Nebr. On Sunday, May !'. in every leading city ol I e United Statea and Canada, the 202 < i • ters ol Aleph Zadik Aleph will in. -i to (elebrate the Bai Mitzvah j ol this Junloi Ordei ol B'nal B'rith. i 'i a) It iactually a Bar Mitzvah; | thai A. z. A. lui s really "come ol age" and is now ready t take Itc I lai • among other leading yo tl movements ol the world la evid< %  d In Its re ord ovei the past 1 : /ears. (in Maj 3, 1924, an obs< ur< young %  nan n his early twenties, -till a youth bui burning with the desire t< fiiI er the lot i i Jew Ish Youth throughout the world, called togel her a small group o( civic leadeis in iiis home city, Omaha, Nebraska. And from tins rirst gathering giew the International fra tern It y of Jewish youth known as th the Joint share ol mother and father alike In homemaking and the rearing of children, the second Sunday in May is. foi A. 7. A, members, Internatii nal Parents' Hay. Tip lai %  %  -i i .-!• lnation ol the Joint Bar Mitzvah and Parents' Day ol A. /.. A. will be in the i Ity ol i i hen in additi n to holding t • %  thirteenth anniversary ol 4. B< cial: A. Z. A. participates in the celebration of Jewish festivals such as t lanukan, Purhn and sin oth; sponsors plays, banquets, dances and othei affa rs. :,. Athletii A. Z, A. sponson 2" basketball tournaments each winter, and in the summer, baseball, tennis. Bwlmming, track and field events are a part of the In ternational A. /.. A. Olympics. There is an Inti i i iai ti i activity in almost every phase "i athletics. Pictured above is the first chapter of Aleph Zadik Aleph, founded in Omaha on May 3. 1924. Today, from coast to coast, its members are prominent in all walks of life. the fraternity, that city will also present a chartei to its Bar Mitzvah chapter the thirteenth chapter to he installed in that city. More than 7,000 Invitations have already been mailed by the Chicago chapters to the hading Jewish citizens thrOUghOUl the nation. and Sam Beber, founder ol the fraternity and president if the Supreme Advisory Council, will be present. The entire program will be broad* ast fro n a . Bogen, international Ri < etary i t the B'nal B'rith, "Five Fold and Full" was set up. The i iv. principles art i 1 Rel gioua An. Ity Att< mi i religious services and the pi nsorshlp and encouragement o! young people's leagues and lunioi congregations, and the observance ol all rellgli us holidays. 2. Social s.ivice Work: Regular Contributions are made to communal enter].rises; A. Z. A. learns participating in Jewish Federation and Community campaigns, The organization -ponsors and super •. sisummer camps and arranges for dlStributil tl Of baskets to needy families; maintains n scholarship loan fund foi A. '/.. A. members and is a member of the Emergency Roll Call for the reliel ol German Jewish Youth. It spun -ors mice than SO Jewish Hoy S t and Cub ti' ops. :;. Cultural: The organization sponsors regulat monthly open meetings for cultural purposes; publishes dozens of local regional and district newspapers, anil conduits debates, essay c ntests In English and Hebrew, and promotes activity toward the revival of the Hebrew language. A speakei-' bureau to provide out of-town speakers is also maintained in connection with this phase of the program. Hotel Astor Washington at 10th St. MIAMI BEACH 70 rooms, each with bath; radio in every room; steam heated; spacious lobby, enclosed sun parlor, beautiful patio, free solarium. D. ROSNER Owner and Operator IIIIIIIH llll Illllll.I niiiiiiii HI'. GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM 515 Washington Avenue Ph. 5-1812 DIRECTORS: m RASEl S. WRUBEL MPS. S. WRUBEL For Jewish Boys and Girls CAMPILLAHEE BREVARD, N. C. Situated m the mountains of western North Carolina: elevation. 2.250 feet. Hiking, Swimming. Canoeing. Tennis. Softball. Recreational Games. Under the guidance of trained counsellors. Nurse and doctor on the premises. Wholesome, delightful food v ith dietary laws observed. Season from June 13 to August 15 at $15.00 per week. Reservations are accepted for any length of time. For Further Information Write to the Director RABBI S. WRUBEL BOX 7252 ASHEVILLE, N. C. The World's Window i Continued from Page 11 that. Why does he not communicate that knowledge to us? He substitutes the feeble trickeries that make for the avoldanci if form. The art of organic narrative is a very arduous one. To add sketch to sketi h is far • asli i Much is attempted. Nothing Is finally done. Prose is hard to write—harder probably than verse. The right word, the right phrasi are not easy to find. It is lm mensely easy to go thrt ugh newspaper fibs and cut clippings and substitute topicalness of allusion tor making the amber crystalise around your fly. Who is tender.' Who is tough? Who la the sentl mentalist? Who takes the easiest way? A page of truly wr ught prose may remain. Dry prose, too like Swift's. Only it needs to be di> like white burgundy and n. | dry like chalk. Who a few years from now will trouble to look ii i thi se thi usand topical allusions Mr. Levin may say he doesn't carhe's not writing for posterity. And that would be precisely what I teai \n comes Horn the ImmortaLtj urge. Though we know that the chances are a million to one against us. that one chance in a mill! n is all that drives us on. Abandon it and you abandon art. Racine is a much stronger writer than Sterne, and Thomas Mann than .lames Joyce. Love and form are strong. Metaphysical Indlfferenci end formlessness are feeble. Mj final criticism of my younger c n temporaries must be that they a e not strong enough. I Copyright 1937 by Seven Art Feature Syndicate) E.GORDON Jewish Rituals Vice-President CARTER & WIXSOM, Inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 514 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-8421 Residence Phone 2-1398 EXCLUSIVE ROOMS FOR JEWISH CASES n OF < jf.ii receipts in in of '21 city accounts now are $252.4:10.65 more than last year! IN this extra revenue to be so much (rravy to he spread around! Or is it to be SAVED as in any other business 1 j SEE THAT ITS SAVED BY VOTING FOR | W. RANDLE BECKER | for CITY COMMISSIONER jfij OUCH/ ] Lsws^n ^J THERE'S |lsoS** V\ll AGAIN |W*%f ?* M i minium in II VH d falW a Why Suffer Longer Than Necessary? Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills Relieve Quickly DR. MILES ANTI PAIN PILLS were made for just one purpose—to relieve pain. Users write that they "work like magic". They contain an effective, quick-acting, analgesic —pair, reliever. Try Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills before you lose a day's work— and pay—or break a social engagement because of HEADACHE. MUSCULAR, PERIODIC, OR NEURALGIC PAINS. They may be just what you need to relieve your pain and put you back on your feet again "rarin* to go". DR. MILES ANTI PAIN PILLS act quickly. You don't have to wait forty minutes to an hour for them to take effect as is the case with many analgesics. You'll get action in from ten to twenty minutes. DR. MILES ANTI PAIN PILLS are pleasant to take, handy to carry, prompt and effective in action, and do not upset the stomach. Their cost is small One, or at most, two, is usually sufficient to relieve. At your Drug Store. 25 for 25c. 125 for $1.M. — n. *-—^R\* DR. MILES £J% ANTIM 1 OR *-" ) PAIN PILLS %  tf L UH


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Miami, Fla
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April 30, 1937

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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MIAMI. FLOW I DA. FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1987
Price Five Cents
THE WORLD'S WINDOW I On Calm Reflection
THE JEWISH NOVEL
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
This column is copyrighted by
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part strictly forbidden. Any
infringement will be prosecuted.
The JewlHh novel In America and
in the English language may lie
said to have begun with Mr. Abra-
"Whatever as either truth or
fable
Fri ni myriad i ages you
have won
is babbling In a Tower ol
Babel
Unless love weld it Into
one."'
Nietzsche was a tougher guy than
ham Cahan'a "The Rise of DavidjGoethe, what was ins ultimate
Levinsky." Many years later I may conclusion on certain matters:
In said to have taken up the thread "Where thou canst no longer
where Mr. Cahan left it. During |0ve pasa by!" Wo du nlehl
the paal decade, roughly speaking, meht lleben kannsl da geh vorbel!
i have written Jewish novels in the Tender? Tough? Swift waa about
English language and during the I as tough as you make them. What
latter hall ol this decade several are his fury, his cruel Indignatlcn
. i ,i, .._. I which tore his heart, hid verj oh
y< unger men have done the same
Bcenltles but the i ri i 11 bis out
raged love and disappointment?
Love in this imaginative and cre-
ative sense is insight, power, cr
gallon tor the making ol value-.
tiling, until now we can count each
i.isin on i ue or two Jewish
American works of fiction.
I am sincerely speaking of this
matter today not on my own a<- Judgments, form. It may not bl
count. My new novel, 'Trumpet of
Jubilee," ;s really a meta-.kwish
novel i in quite the same sense in
. lui .1 metaphysical means bey ml
the physical l and I hope in the
future to deal in fiction rather
with the history of Israel than with
the s. ene of our present late.
What concerns me deeply is the
work of the younger men. These
>< linger men. with the exception
Ol Irving Flneman, are ill a state
ol slight but marked rebellion
against me and yet all show their
awareness of me in their books
i Ither explicitly or implicitly ami
all send ni"> their books or. what
is th.- same thing, cause their pub
Ushers to Bend 'hem to me, I read
the books; I salute the talent and
"tough" in thai lax negative pseudo-
sophisticated sense of tin- deter-
mination to admire n thing, civ.
oneself to nothing, be duped by
nothing. It is strong as lite or
death; it iv arduous as strict
thought: it is as athletic as bril-
liant pole-vaulting or a series of
perfect paragraphs, Love and the
1 in it creates are strong. Pas
sioii is Strong and therefore be-
gets. Loveleaanesa and passion-
lessness are uncreatlve and feeble.
They beget neither ideas nor forms.
The permanent work of the hu-
man imagination are all al! from
lb mer and th- Torah t "The
Magic Mountain." the products of
a passion ot love that creates
values and form (both indissolu-
,i,. energy in them; I try to write blyl as it functions, as it goes
author r publisher an appreciative along.
word. The pen. so to speak, drops
from my hand.
What i-^ wning'.' What is wrong
with me or what is wrong, it any-
thing, with Mr. Meyer Levin's
normous and extremely abb' "The
Old Bunch"? One ot his young
pe le ia morally uncomfortable
ami his friend I've momentarily
lost tie passage in the !>64 pages
sivs with a deliberate thrust:
"Are yon Jewlshly troubled? Have
you been reading Ludwig Lewi-
sohn?" In other words. Mr. Levin,
who doubtless in a certain sense
respects my work, thinks that I
am in essence a sentimentalist and
an idealist, in the meaning of re-
moteness from life's realities.
Let me take up the matter right
there. Yes, precisely what troubles
me about many of the books of
the younger Jewish novelists and
Immensely about "The Old Hunch"
is the absence of that whole cate-
gory of elements in them which
they would call or are persuading
themselves to call sentimental ami
idealistic. In brief: I am tender-
minded and they are tough minded.
To be "tough guys" is their sne-
cial "note."
Let us glance for a moment at
the great pagans, who were no
sentimenti'lists surely. Does Mr.
Levin know these verses of Goethe:
|lr litli is ban en. No i reps
grow in the dust-bowl. An im-
potence of the heart can lead to
niter sterility in the midst of reek-
ing sensuality. If ibis frightful
condition obtained among the young
.lew- with whom Mr. Levin grew
up In Chicago 1 do n t blame hlii
for saving so. Rut by not implic-
itly and creatively passing a judg-
ment upon the fact and letting us
pee his remoteness and Othei
whereness from that world of hor-
rible decay, he abandoned art.
which is value through f: nil. be-
fore he began to write. And tha
older generation of the parents of
these poor, wretched "tough" chil-
drendid they have to be deline
ated as being actually what they
seemed to these poor "kids"? For
we know that they were not. We
know that they represented, even
tnongh in a state of decay and
senescence, a culture that at I---"
,,m- had power, grandeur, form
and that has shown itself CPOahle
of infinite renewal. And hv the
same token we also know t' it th.
"kids" were what they were and
became wh< they became becau
they had left homewhich is de-
le, islble and has hat pened before
hut had no place to go but a spir-
itual slum. Mr. Levin must know
(Continued on Page S)
It may be said, and not with-
out considerable pride, that the
Jew has contributed much to the
success of every country he has
lived in, because of his devotion
to the principles of decency, hon-
esty and clear thinking in the ex-
ercise of the right of suffrage
and his duty as a citizen.
There is a duty, therefore, that
devolves upon every Jew wno is
a voter in the City of Miami,
that ht cannot, and w.ll not
shirk. That duty is to go to the
polls and vote but before ex-
ercising that privilege to care-
fully analyze the problems con-
fronting him and his fellow citi
zens, and to choose men to ad-
minister these affairs of govern
ment. based on records, reputa-
tions and achievements, and not
on sound, fury, mere promises or
wild attacks.
The Jewish Floridian has care-
fully followed the course of in-
dependence and has avoided
any partisan political facional-
ism ... we have never sought
office and do not propose to...
we are. however, interested as
good citizens should be in the
proper, honest, unprejudiced ad
ministration of the government
of the City of Miami. We, as
Jewish cit zens, are vitally inter-
ested that men chosen to the of-
fice of City Commissioner be
free and clear of any and every
suspicion of race prejudice .
that prejudice which brands an
officeholder and public servant
as unfit for the tru=t and confi-
dence vhich the position demands
and requires. We go further...
a candidate for office ... an
office-holder should so conduct
himself that none may question
the integrity of his purposes.
Among the candidates there is
one. we are proud to say. to
whom the cloud of suspicion of
race prejudice cannot and does
not attach one whose every
action has shown independence
of thought ability to do the
right thing and, above all.
freedom from prejudice against
anyone, regardless of race or
creed opposition to the pass-
age of a law requiring the finger
printing and registration of a'l
citizens ... a law which was
passed in Michigan and which
some of the most prominent Jews
in the country bitterly fought
and succeeded in having declared
unconstitutional though vig-
orous in enforcing a law requir-
ing the registration and finger
printing of those previously con-
victed of crime.
An office-holder whose accessi-
bility to every citizen has never
been questioned who. while
battling for the reduction of the
cost of commodities to the citizen,
has never permitted his zeal to
warp his judgment under
whose administration employ-
ment ha been afforded to office
help and other positions regard-
less of their Jewish faith .
whose close friend and ardent
supporter brought credit to the
entire community as the City
MIAMI MUNICIPAL JUDGE STRONGLY
Culprit Is Fined; Sentence Is Suspended On Promise of Good
Behavior and Removal of Anti-Semitic Sign From Premises
Judge James A. Dunn of the Mu
nlcipal Court of Miami last Tues
day morning minced no wordt
when he denour -c ] A. Drolei
baugfa for race picjltdice, and srn
tenced him to HI days in jail and
the payment of Hi.....ur| msts.
if Milton A. Friedman, attorney
and secretary of the local B'nal
It'rith Lodge, was arrested on a
warrant sworn out by Mr. Stein-
berg. Last Tuesday at a bearing
before Judge Dunn in the Muni-
cipal Court. Drolesbangh denied
and then agreed to suspend sen
tence on condition that a sign
igainst .lews would be remove!
and Drolesbangh would no longer
continue his objections! behavior.
Last January .1. Steinberg rented
an apartment at 4C7 s. W. Tti
street in the same h use with tin
landlord, Drolesbaugh. until May
15. Part of th'1 rent was paid then
anil the balance was piid on
March 15. Following 'he Man
payment, Drolesbaugh began to l>-
abusive, objected I -l""s '-is
iting the Steinbergs, called th.
Steinbergs vicious and vile epi
thets. The Steinbergs obje tee"
and Drolesbaugh then placed a big
glgn at the porch entrain e lo Me
apartment. "No more Jews on this
lot." causing a disturbance last
week, Drolesbaii-h on th- ndvici
part of the story, but admitted the
sign bad been hung out. Judge
Dunn emphatically expressed him-
self that Miami would not tolerate
conduct of this kind, that there
was no room for race prejudice in
this country, and found Droles-
baugh guilty of disorderly conduct.
After sentencing Drolesbaugh to a
jail term. Judge Dunn suspended
sentence on condition that Droles-
baiigh would remove tie sign anil
ih- ,i from further .lew bailing
and disorderly action. The -i n
was removed immediately toll w-
Ing the trial.
Judge Dunn has earned a
did reputation for fairness on the
municipal bench, is one of the lead-
ers in civic anil fraternal circles
and one of the leading Cat olic
laymen in the South.
Minister Urges
Ban On Agitators
Philadelphia (NCJC) The most
effective way ol dealing with
anti-Semitism is to turn over bucIi
propaganda to the aut'i titles
have them track it down to it-
origin, and then require those who
print it and are not citizens to
return to their own countries.
This o; inion was expresed here
by tlie Rev. E. A. B. Palmquist.
executive secretary of the Phila-
delphia Federation of Churches.
Such a procedure would he more
effective ihan passing resolutions
condemning antl Semitistn. be de-
clared.
Zionists To
Name Delegates
,)
Solicitor of Miami.
The Jewish Floridian. ever
mindful of the high duties of
citizenship which every Jewish
citizen feels is properly his. sin-
cerely and earnestly recommends
the election of Mayor A. D. H.
Fcs=ey to the City Commission
next Tuesday.
An important meeting of the
Greater Miami Zhmist organization
will be held al I'eth David Talmud
Torah Hill next Monday, May :!.
,ii 8 p. m. o'clock when a report
of the nominating committee will
be heard and delegates to the an-
nual convention of the Zl nist Or-
ganization ot America will he
elected. A report on the mem-
bership campaign of the district
will he presented and plans for
the Shekolim campaign will be an-
nounced. All members and friends
of the organisation are urged to
"fend. Rabbi Max Shapiro, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Zionist
District, will preside.
The Shekel Campaign which is
to be Inaugurated shortly will he
dis. ussed and a committee named
to take charge of this imp rtant
matter. Campaign literature will
be distributed and the Greater Mi-
ami area will be zoned so that the
maximum (overage can be had.

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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April :I0. 1937
Formal Installation of the re-
cently elected officers of Beth
David Slaterhi od will be held next I |j|j
Sunday evening, May _', .it Beth j isj
David Talmud Torah Hall al 6 1$
o'clock. Mrs, Bernard Simon "ill s|S
lie toast mist resB; Mrs. Win. Itobin W&v?
el SOCIETY
son win install the officers; Mis.
Mix Shapiro will give the Invoca-
tion; a report of the i>ast year's
activities win ix- Riven by the re-
elected president, Mrs. Sol li t-
fort; Rabbi Shapiro will deliver
the principal address of the eve-
ning, i musical program will he
presented during the evening, in
charge ol arrangements is a coin
mlttee headed by Mrs. Jack Pallot.
Tie public is cordially Invited to
attend and may make reservations
wjiii any member <>r the com-
mittee.
* *
Beth Jacob t'1 ngregatlon will
hold the annual confirmation exi
cises ol it- Sunday school at the
Synagogue Sunday evening. May -.
beginning al R o'clock, with Rev.
Maurice Maim lies, principal, dl-
ectlng the program, He will be
;iss,.~ieil by Miss Helen Schlff, a
made with Mrs. I.iiwrence Sapero,
those li ill I"- 11 the confirms-
l ion class are Li oliaril Merlin.
Bruce Wander, Hubert Pnal, Flo-
renc Ehrlich, Ida : 1 i k nnd
Blanche Burnett, a reception in
the vestrj rooms will follon the
program.
*
A meeting ol ie Sisterhood ol
Chesed Shel Ernes was held last
,i mday nlghl and a nominating
committee consisting it Mesdames
Charles Qoldstein. I. Rosengarten
and Win. Chin was named to
recommend officers foi the com-
ing year.

Mr. and Mis. .1. J. Rubin an-
nounce Hie betrothal of their
daughter, Miss Marguerite Rubin,
to Albert ('rallies, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Crames, Paterson, N.
J., the wedding to take place some
time next month.
\i -- Rubin is a graduate of the
Miami Senior High School ami
the Gregg Business College, Mr.
Crames graduated from the Ohio
state University and the New Jer-
Bey Law School. He is ass united
With the .Maxwell Company of this
. Ity.
* *
Mis. Adolph Weilheiuier is in
charge of the Installation luncheon
i.i Temple Israel Slsterh.....I next
Monday. April 8, at 12:30 o'clock
nt Louis' Patio Grill, 731 Lincoln
proximity t
road. Miami Beach. Mrs. Mux day by her parents, Mr and Mrs. in '
Dobrln will be toastmistress and Sol Wilson, prior to her departure their stay.
Mrs. Jules IVailmaii will be tin- j tor her home ill Philadelphia after f ( (
Installing officer. Mis. Tobias spending three months her. Several hundred Iriends attend
Simon will present Miss Sarah
Knl .veil in a group of son^s and
will lie accompanied at tlie piano
by Wilma Spratlln. Mrs. Morris
Plant will report on Ihe pasl year's
work in the RellglOUl School.
Reservations tor this event to
Which the public is Invited may be
Home for Hyman N. Levy, who
Mrs, J. A. Rlchter, Mrs. Leo Stein
Mis. II I. Magld, Mrs Cord n
I'avis ami Mis. Maxwell Hyman.
*
T i Loyalty Club of Emunuh
chapter, o. E, s.. is sponsoring a
luncheon Monday. May .".. from 11
in .", o'clock ai the Southern Cafe-
teria, iv Flagler street, for the
benefit of the Mast nlc Home Fund.
Tie publii is urted to attend.

Tuu XI. youngest chapter of Tan
Ei silon Phi of the I'nlverslty of
Miami, held election ol officers al
a recent meeting and named Milton
\\ shawsky in succeed Milton
Wasman as chancellor. Daniel
Rre'nln was mimed vice chancel-
I r: Maynard Abrams, s. rlbe;
Jerome Weinkle, bursar; Arthur
Wllllnger, warden; Max Silver,
alumni scribe, ami Irving Kramer,
chaplain. Since the Induction nt
the fraternity chapter seven of the
must prominent students al Hie I',
have been pledged. Including Zal
limn Sleznick. varsity football
linesman: Ucrnie Frank, star mem
in- oi the iv tennis team which
made a clean sweep of all its in
tercollegiate matches in the Bast
and won the International cham-
pli nship and the holder of the
State A A. I' handball champion-
ship.
*
Rabbi E. L. Rosenbli om of Hen
ver, Colo., fathei of the late Rabbi
David I. Itosenblooin of Beth Jacob
Congregation, Miami Beach, ar-
rived hen- Wednesday afternoon
to visit ids daughter-in-law ami
granddaughter. He was accom
ponied by Rabbi M. Kaufman of
Wichita, Kan., his son in law.
* *
Mrs. Louis Green "a- given a
farewell buffel Bupper on Thura-
Guests were Mi. and Mrs Kii ,d i ie funeral services hist Sunday
ward Trimmel of Atlantic city. N night at the Ca let Wlxsom Funeral
J.: Mr. anil Mrs. Samuel Elsteln, Homes tin- Hyman N l.-vy. who
Jack Elsteln, Miss Ann Elsteln and died late Friday afternoon. Rabbi
Mr. and Mrs Frank I'odeiwit/. nil Max Shapiro of Beth David Con-
el New York; Miss Adelaide Wei- gregatioil, Kabb I >r. Jacob II. Kap-
tenthal, Steubenvllle, Ohio; Miss |Un and liabbl c Iman Zwltman of-
Esihei Rubin, st. Marys. Ohio; Mr. Mela ted al tin- nervlces with Cantor
and Mrs Charles Kreiilz. Louis- |......- llayiiuin chanting the Kol
dox Congregation win be conduct-
ed by a committee of the board of
directors of the organisation, The
following Sunday morning exami-
nations will be conducted i i the
pupils of the Talmud r ,
Those receiving the highest
nigs will be awarded prizes
day evening. May !l. the clus :
ercises lor the Sunday gc oo |||
be held at the Synagogue whei an
elaborate program will b
-inted under t he direction
It-
in-
ville. Ky : Mr and Mi- Harry
BlelchenhauB, Mr. ami Mrs, Henrj
Miller, Mr. and Mrs S;ii.....1 Rap
paporl. Mr. and Mrs Max .li ob-
skin. Mi and Mrs Jules Wilson, Ington, and has
Wllll..... Wils n mnl Maier Green eat wlntei tot ill
Ten candidates have been nai.....I
in the seii-c i ,.n iii Ma) Quei
the annual May Day dance ii li
Junior lladassah Is bavin- on Sun
da> evening, Ma) 2. al the Mac-
fadden-Denuvllle The yoiimi ladii -
and theii Kponsors an .i- follows:
Miss Mar mi Blank, spnnsoi
Beth Jai li Slste hood; Mis li
Engler, Beth David Sisti rhood:
Miss Anita Me- iistein, '!' pli I
r-.-i. i Sisti i ioocI Miss (lei I rude
N'ehum, li'nal B'rlth: M --
Tannen, Senior Hadassah; Mi--
Audrey Ciller. Jllllioi ( mini il.
Miss Myra Goodkowsky, Senlo
Council Miss Josephine Kolman.
V. M. 11. A.: Mis- .bum e M ic (I,
Jew i-li Welfare Bui eau, and Miss
Eddie Adler, civic League
The Queen .v ill In i r ned bj
the May Queen ol last year anil
will be pi esented a II li i silt er lot
Ing cup.
A in puce n i liestrn ill pi i)
for dancing and several vocalists
will be presented bj tin ore
Carl (;anliier is acting as mastei
nt ceremonies during the evening
ami has arranged roi a group of
feature attractl ns mi his pro
gram,
Assisting Miss liana Mai k.
chairman, are Miss Dorothy Davis,
Miss Ida Safer, Miss Beatrice
Silver and Miss Ro
M ila)
Mr Lev) ".i- n retired Insur-
,im p salesman ami a p omlnenl
i gu i in Masonii I in b- in Wash'
visited Miami
last I" yi ii
In Washington h> ,i- u in i ibei
ol the Dawson Lodge, F. A.- A. M..
Ihe Albert Pike Consistory, 8c t
lisli Bite Masons, lie B< : evolenl
and Protective i Irder of Elks
II. uas past patron ol ihe W I
liaiu I Inni i 'liaptei ol i lie > der ol
the Easte n si.H and was u mout-
her ol tin Bel Dai Id Congl a
tion and the Ti mple Israel i
gradual il I ii- k< rs n i 'olli se
Carlisle, Pa.
Hi lea him the
u idow, Mi Be tha i: Levy ; i wo
daughtei -. Shirley and Isnhelli u
sun. Mn gan. threi hi others,
s.i in "i Mia Louis nnd Dnt id.
o| Washington, and six sisters
Mrs Frances llucknei ol Washing
klrs Ida Tibbling of Vakima.
Wash and Miss Sarah, Miss It se.
Miss l.ill nnd Miss Anne, ;i|i of
Wahini
inie mem was in the family plot
in Washington I) C, l.i-i Wed lies
day. here Rabbi Ahrani Simon ol
flciated
Rabbi Abraham Kellner. wli
be assisted by membe
faculty.
ol
ill
Hie
The annual picnic of the i
of the Miami Jewish Ortl
Sunday school and Talmud I
will be held on Sunday, M
following Ihe Shvuoih holld
Full details will lie nun am. ,
our nexl issue
Is
IX
in
N'exi Sunday morning. May L'.
pxam nations ol the Sunday school
"i the Miami Jelab Ortho-
|.U ll-
RE-ELECT
A.D.H. Fossey
f 31 years a Mi u ian
o o
II.....'si Tried
Conscientious
O II
-V man's promises are
worth no more than li a
past actions and p
formances.
(Paid Political Adi
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Ai a meet Ing oi the I. idli Aux
ilia i y ol i e Mia : Jewish Ortlui
dox Congregation last Tupsdaj
nlghl officers [oi t i oinini
i" i unanimously elei led
iie lude; Mi Nathan Adelmnn,
president; Mrs N'ai Ului
lir-i v Ice president; Mrs. M ix Rn
; aport, s.-i nil vii i p i sldcnt
Mrs. Moe Pallot, trea urer; .\l -
II Shulman, recoidine pcietary.
Mrs. Barney I iret Ich, finain
sec etary, and M A Kellm r,
correspond ng Becretary Dli i
named were: Mesdames Juc Ic
Hirsch, .1. Louis sin., bet. I D
garten, li Chertkoff, II Tr i
and Louis Kotkin. Installation I
the officers will take placi at
formal dinner the lattei par! ol
May
.
Rabbi 8. Wrubel and Mr- VVm
hei of Ashevllle, \ C. fort
of Beth El In West Palm Bom It.
annoum e the} ill ope ati
I'm Jewish buys nnd i .
vard, N ''.. known ii- Camp Ilia
bee. The lines! nl Ihe nii.-l in li-
ern camping facilities have been
provided and i ie ramp will opi
on June 16. li will i rt. swim
ming. boating, athletli activities,
educational facilities, eti Strict
dietary laws w n be observi d II
win enable many : mem- who visit
the Carolina bu er eso ts to
have their children enjoy their va-
cations In the tines) ol irround-
ings at exceedingly low cosl and
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It's
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inosi exciting hag fashions in months
.... ............>ciiui'^ n,i'_r lasriioiis in iiiuhiu"
n"' '''"-' itself is of natural linen toyo with flap and top
.;:"""'' "' "Inek, London tan or navy calf. An inside
hei protects vour valuables from spilling <"
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Friday, April 30. 1937
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under the Art I March 8, 1878.
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS RUSK M. RUBIN
Representative
WEST I'AI.M BEACH
MRS M, SCHREBNICK
R presentative
ORLANDO
MRS. U .1 COHEN
Repn < ntative
TAMPA
MRS. M. H. KISLEB
R< preHrntative
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Six Mi'Iiths ; I nil
Oni Yeui ,.',,
FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1937
Vol. 10No. 18
21
To Be Commended
The action of Judge Dunn last Tuesday morning in the
Municipal Court here when he vigorously condemned Jew bait
ing and intolerance and took steps which set an example thai
rnarv cities may well follow is to be oreaT]y ',n-'i"-H Kftf
merely because this involves Jews, but particularly bacause it
will bring home in rather effec'.ive fashion the message thai
Hiamiana do not want and will not tolerate the slightest show
of intolerance.
Jews do not want to be treated other than American citi
zens. They ask favors of none, yet must and do insist that they
be given all the consideration that American citizenry is en
titled to.
We sincerely hope that this action on the part of Judge
Dunn will be a lesson to others who may want to do in the fu-
ture what was done in this case. Miami benefits because the
entire world will know that it welcomes every decent, clean
living individual, regardless of race or creed. That in this area
each man is entitled to that exercise of his rights that every
human being is guaranteed by true Americanism.
Strictly
Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
Now that Maurice Bisgyer has
been named executive secretary
oi the B'nal B'ritb, yon m!g"il re-
member thai we hinted he would
get the job tWO weeks ago .
Incidentally, the two leading can-
didates for the posl were Richard
Gutstadt, director of the Anti-
Defamation League, and Dr. Abram
Sachar. head of th<> llilli'l Founda-
tion Commission Qutstadt'8
It'in < were ruined by the lm-
pla able opposition of Alfred M.
Cohen, B'nal I frit li president, while
Sachar, who could have had it,
didn't want it The National
Council of Jewish Women, which
has never taken any part In any
movement connected with Pales-
tine, will shortly announce the es-
tablishment i I a peat e scholarship
nt the Hebrew University in the
name of Mr-. Arthur Brln .
Tin- week's Candida!" for oblivion
Is Joe Weinberger, city attorney
nt Passalc, New Jersey, who took
s Bermuda cruise on the Europe
. When taken to task, he said:
"Whatcha going to do about it?"
. Wonder how he liked It when
he had to witness some fancy "Hell
Hltlerlng" ... A certain Rabbi
Charles Haddock is said to he
planning a new Jewish quarterly
.. And Dr. S. Melamed is reported
to he toying with the idea Of a
Jewish publication, too ... A new
fact powder has been named for
Lady Marley, prominent non-Jew-
ish OUT worker Twenty-five
per cenl of the sales go to OR!
. New York City may gel this
year's convention of the Y.\ nisi
Organization of America Mrs.
David Alpert, one of the up and
coming painters of the new Ameri-
can school, is the rebbetzln of Ty-
ler, Texas.
By Wire and Wireless
When Hitler made peace with
General Ludendorff Der Fuehrer
must have forgotten that the ten
eral left the Nazi party many years
ago to start his own Tannenberg
League because he regarded the
Nazis as "hopelessly Judalzed"
. Palestine's most popular news-
paper is Ron Meyuchad, a Bheet
which specializes in spilling din
about Palestinians Scotland
Yard is looking into a report thai
a group of London police on a visit
to Qermany shouted "Down with
the .lews" ami remarked: "How
good it is to be able to say thai
freely" ... A library of Judalca
to be presented to the Manchester
(England) Central Library by
group of Jews "ill include : copy
"f the "Protocols oi the Eld >- I
SSIon" ... To take the cm of
it. however, it will l>" hotr 'I to
gether with a number of in-.''"
exposing its faNity ... A new
School Of amateur painting v'i'
advocates art as a medium for
healing persi ns with psychic dis-
turbances is being sponsored in
London by Arthur Segal, a Ger-
man-Jewish refugee His idea
Sholem Asch To Tour United States
For Joint Distribution Committee
Sholem Asch as he was met on board S. S. Conte di Savoia by (left) Alexander Kahn,
vice chairman and (right) Joseph C. Hyman, executive director and secretary of the
Joint Distribution Committee.
SHOLEM ASCH. internationally
famous writer, who arrived on
the Conte di Savoia on April 22,
for a six to eight weeks' speaking
tour in behalf of the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee's 1937
Campaign, in a statement issued on
shipboard declared that the Jews of
Poland were being "cut off from any
means of livelihood."
The picture today was a black one
it said for millions of human beings
inking into ever deeper poverty and
misery, intensified by the boycott
campaign of anti-semites. but he
found hope in the thought that "the
time is not far distant when it will
be understood that the economic
plight of Polish Jewry is inseparable
fr^m that of all the Polish people."
Mr. Asch said of the Joint Distri-
bution Committee that it is "today
the only organization which carries
on the relief work in Poland that has
brought to America the gratitude and
thankfulness of millions of starving
in Europe, just as in the days of
Hoover in Belgium.
p.... -i j. n. c.
"I have therefore gladly come to
America to do what little I may to
aid the Joint Distribution Committee
in carrying on its work of relief.
"The doors of the world are closed
for immigration of any scale at all.
Only a very small portion of Polish
Jewry has so far found a home in
Palestine and other countries. The
great masses of Polish Jewry must
remain in Poland. Any attempts that
may be made to solve the problem of
Polish Jewry outside the boundaries
of Poland are unreal and fantastic
and are bound to meet with failure.
Many elements in Poland now be-
come aware of the fact that it is fun-
damentally a Polish problem, and one
that can. and must be solved within
the Polish Nation.
America Must Help
"Meanwhile, until the waves of
Anti-Semitism, which have blinded
many of the Polish people, shall pass.
help must still go forth from America
to supplement the relief which Polish
Jewry is itself giving to the utmost of
its capacity. America cannot feed
three millions in Poland, but we can
and must continue in full measure to
help: in giving small credits to the
little trades people, artisans and far-
mers so that they may work and gain
for their families a meagre livelihood.
in opening trade schools for the
youths; and most important of all to
feed the Starving little children. These
splendid things are now being done
by the Joint Distribution Committee,
and we must continue this aid.
"I cannot close without saying that
there are many Christians in the
Polish Nation, particularly the work-
ing classes, peasants and Democratic
elements, that have shown lint cour-
age in helping us fight the unjust dis-
crimination, and this gives hope that
the day is not so far when reas "..
truth and justice shall prevail within
the boundaries of Poland. It si. ul I
not be forgotten that Jews have lived
in Poland for nearly a thousand y< ars.
The rightsof Jewish citizens in Poll 1
have been recognized and granted I y
charters of Polish Kings in the m
ages, and such rights were recogniz. J
in the Treaty of Versailles, and '--.-
the Constitution ol today's RcpuU.c
of Poland."
Writing Life of Christ
Mr. Asch also said he was writing
a life of Christ from the Jewish pi I
of view which G. P Putnam's Sons
would publish.
Asked concerning the situation in
Europe. Mr. Asch said that tin. .sar
in Spain "might save the world from
war" inasmuch as the Fascist powers
had been rebuffed in their attempt to
control Spain and Europe generally
had an object lesson in the terribie
cost of revolution.
Mr. Asch is to be the guest at a re-
ception in his honor given by the
Joint Distribution Committee in '.he
North Ballroom of the Hotel -\tor.
at 8:3ii on the night oi Weuttesday
April 28,
has won the ai pmval ol Sii
Freud Seg il's non, W ilt< r, -.
thi i nly non Br Usher U win
i rlze in an Intel < all mal an hit- <
tural cont rhicl 2"> i
tects partli I] nt< I Mi n Ri i< '
tw anger, wh '.- writ ns a pi
about (i' ; man i el igi i s, is pi i n-
ning a visit to Bin bidl in
Peter i"i i 'ii ie*. thi Dani-h-J
explorer and former gnvernoi of
i land, lias he< n Invlti b\ tl><
Soviet government to in a i
Anti. expedltii n Putzi II "i '
taengel Hitler's t rmer friend wh i
is now In exile in London, was t'e
first flnani ler of thi Nazi part?
his money keeping the movement
going until the i>ig Industrialist*
ame across,
Things to Watch
Thi Anelo-Saxu i ; -i it i ol
Reti It, an alii i ., ti-JewIsii it-
fit ol l< h Hi ary Ford's t tan,
VVIllia i on, i. i r e lit' i
ol t .c 1 i i ri hid ndeni
ii i i, -, .
Km -it: b- m-h ol l' s
1 . / I,
Will h lc !i ,n t : El
' I "' 'I l.M t
;- s etie with
I'c Kn Kl'tx epr h<
I Hi! nti'i I. ; i iecl ii .-. i ar*s
Ol thi i i.'it'll y OPteilsC ly t.....|.
bat libor unions Tin president
i f ii bfa K mtern uiii ei Itv wh i '
was i h irg< .1 Ith b< In? i- endb
to N-; i p i paganda has t lle-l In
his attempt t-i In ap o'ntmi nt at
prexj ol a major Southern univer-
sity Some men bei ol Con-
gn bs wh have made -i i er ea at-
tacking Nazism and wh.......
friendly to Palestine were among
1 g lests nt a farewell beer partj
tendered to Nazi Ambassador
Huns Luther i. iok for an an
1 nouncemenl shortly of the estab-
lifhm 'lit of the Institute of Ann ri-
'mi Civilization with Howard l.e-
Sourd, dean of the Boston Univer-
sity graduate school, ns the mast< r
wind ... its purpose will be to
acquaim and educate Americans
with the cultural contributions to
\m.r,.;i of the various rai ial and
rellg" us groups I| will ivo k
primarily through schools and unl-
"< rslties ... it has ambitious
i Inns ter n museum of American
i Cont limed

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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. April SO, 1937
Political
Briefs
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ENjQy SUMMER COMFORT if...
' ,-c' h'cpfocl ho'.tl in t" ncj-t ol down.
t-wrt JadflOnViBfl. ErC'y room wi.h lub jnd
laower, ic't *ii, ceilr.3 I#n, -d p. lUi-ed
lummcr doo. Every Bed witn --t'.Z'l
ftittrtM end rc.dinj limp Running ice
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I 78 Room. $2 CO 80 Room. $2.50
40 Room. S3 00 24 Room. S3 SO
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MOTIL OISOTO
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Wtai si ike of the Nazi situation
.. entloned the number
I v .. organizations and ilie;i
i man called
-Seen tan Wallai became very
Interest! I and asked ii Mrs,
I give lm in re si eclfU
Si -. rJ she > ould .
asked D Wise who thnl
W ;. ce" was II
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iltun Henry Wal-
of F. D. R M Intl
p. S Mrs. Wise
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We're Telling You
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H :- thai Set-re-
the Tn asury Morgenthau i
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is f tlie failun evenue i
par Jan
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because he's a friend of Harry
Orei ne, the young Jewish con-
tractor who was stabbed by !,,,I,. .
Divine's followers (;,,.,.,,.. BJ] i
Postal lived ii the Bame hou .
\V len th< New York poll, e went
i Weehawken to a Ivlse Mrs
Orei ne ol what happeni d to her
husband they found her out
SO they woke up P. ttal at I a, ,
and like a good reporter -he t dd
them where to find ei and all
about Greene But P stal and
his trau said nothing doing when
the reporters tried to gel th< m
give Hi- press pli tu e ol Oreen.
. J. I.. Cohen Is the lawyer for
the striking General Motors
. is in Canada Sholoni As.
next book will be "The Life
Christ" Maurice Ambuter
hailed as a "second Cai n i
ago, Is now stai \ int.- in \
York l.or.l and Lady Mi i. hi
will s. "The Eternal Road" by
In of their teeth 'i"
due in N'ew Yi> k n May 12
they've cabled from r
for th kets for the May 13 pi
. i e last in tl N"i -. Yi
run Natalia C.ilU'.r. one ol \
die C intor's flvi girls, III -
be ailing hei self Mrs. i
Metzgei 8he'll become the
of Metzger, a Hollywood an-
tique dealer, in May.
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]'i (lay. April SO, 1937
^_
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
Society
Wise and tiie Tamar de Solu Pool
Young Judea Clubs at Beth David
last Wednesday were entertained
with a program In which the foi-
i wing participated: Stanley Tin-
Mrs. Henry D. Williams will belter' Esther Ar8ntar, Betty Klrsch
hostess to the public Bpeaking class
hi the Council of Jewish Women
.it 2 p. in t day at her iome, 5724
\ Bayshore drive.
Mrs. Irene Roth will relate B
story froi'i the Jewish Caravan;
Mrs. Louis Dworman will Bpeak on
"Crime Prevention;" Mrs. Harry
\: igld will talk on "Advantages
;-nil Disadvantages of College Fra-
ternities." and Mrs. Leonard Ros-
ette will talk on "Music, the Lan-
guage i f Romance." She will sup-
plement hei talk by several vocal
selections including famous love
, accompanied by Mrs. Ethel
Spielberg.
*
Miss Lillian Rubltl was elected
president of the P il Beta Delta
i ority at a meeting on Tuesday
.it her home. Other new offl era
, .\ii: ^ Gloria Wheeler, vice presi-
dent : Mi-s Joyce Oren, rec rdli e
retary; Mi-s Bella Shaft, cor-
. -pi ndlng Be retary. and Miss
I orothy Rossuly, publicity cha'.r
man. The club will entertain with
initiation party lo ; led res on
May 7 ;n the home ot Miss Oren
Final plans will be made al a meet-
us tonight with Miss Shaft, 1612
s w. 14th terrace.
Mr. and Mrs K. R Wolfsi n Of
Yn k were In sts it a cock
tail party Wednesday at the Five
ci.ick club The guests, all i om
New York, included Mrs. Paula
\V nters, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Gor-
don, Mr. .md Mrs. Raymond irdon
and Miss Shirley Gord n.
*
The Donor-' I.line ieon -p insor id
by the Senior council ot Ji wish
Women was held at the Five
(.'Clock Club Wednesday w til CO
guest8 pie- >nt. Tables were dei o-
rated with garden flowers. Mrs.
I: isemary (bison sang and was BC-
(i mpanied at the piano by -Mrs.
Ma trice Pastroff; Mrs. Julia Dwor-
man sang and was accompanied by
M B. Hetty Lee L'ttwoin, and nov-
elty dance specialties were given
by the Misses Hath and Mildred
D orman.
* *
The regular monthly meeting I
the Senior Council of Jewlol
men will be held al Ka Ian Hall
II >JCt Wednesday. May ". at 2:3n
p in, o'clock, when election tor ol
fleers will be held. Vacancies
winch may ccur in the nomlna
n ms will be tilled fro M the floor
M b. Hal N'eufeld, i' esldent ol
the organization, will present a re
put of the recent Southern Inter-
s-ate Conference of the Council ol'
Jewish Wi men held in Little Roek.
Ark. The public is Invited to at
tend.
* *
The Greater Miami committee
r n the relief of the Roumanian
Jewish Wo kers reports t'ie rais-
ing of *2n2.:.o as the result of the
theatrical performance at Beth
David Talmud Torah Hall last Sun
day evening; the sum of $136.86
from cash donations, with an ex-
penditure of $23.75 for various
is, leaving a net total of $3ir..r,o.
which was forwarded to the New
York headquarters of the relief or-
ganization. In charge of arrange-
ments of the local committee was
Adolph Haimes. chairman, and Joe
Mechlow, treasurer.
*
A meeting of the Stephen S
enbau n, David i-oiiock and Seymor
H :'-. prizes foi the essay con-
test and work in the recent bazaar
wen awarded to David Pollock,
Charles Rubin, Louis Aronowltz,
Adele Sootln, Hetty Kirachenbaum,
Diana Platinum. Rcsetta Kline and
1 Lois Rlesner, A i ostume jubilee
Will be held Saturday evening. May
j 8, at Beth David Talmud Torah
| Hall when dancing, refreshments
and entertainment will be pro-
vided Admission is only In cents.
The public is invited
* *
The unveiling of a t mbstone to
the memory of t I late Mrs. S.
Shemer, wife of Rev. s. Shemei
- city. v. ill take place Sunday.
May 2, at 2 p. m. o"< lock in the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
plot ol the Woodlawn Cemetery,
Rebbl Max Shap ro ol Beth David
mie will fficlate. F lend
. re ri qui sted to attend.
*
i fifth annual lane icon and
Installation of offici rs of the Miami
chapte ol Sen or Hadassah will be
In Id at Kaplan Hall on Monday.
May 1". a: 12:30 p. 111. o'clock.
Mrs. I Oe aid Lewis and Mrs. L.
I Marl/, are cochairmen of the
committee of arrangements fo the
even) Mrs. Morris Plant will i'i
stall the recently elected officers
and folowing the lunche n a i lay
by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, "The
Goodwill Court." will be presented
w i!i Mesdamea Henry l>. Williams,
Tobias Simon. Herbert Simon. Max
I iob-in and Miss Flo ence Cromer
particip til An interest in-; tab-
' "i\ will be shown with many ol
the members taking part. Th< u b
lie i- Invited to attend this
lunche n and eservatlons may be
. with .Mrs Barney Weinkli
.;ci
M. L. MARCUS CO.
Office Supplies and Furniture
Desks, Chairs. Files. Printing
LOWEST CASH PRICES
41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-1661
The Sioga Fraternity held its
regular bimonthly horseback jaunt
last Tuesday night and covered a
distance ol 22 miles, in charge
was Sam Badanes and Charles
Adel nan, Those desiring to Join
.n the next outing are asked to
1 ake 1 ese vationa with t te organi-
sation.
*
Plan- will be announced in cur
next issue tor the Mothers* Day
celeb atlon sponsored by the local
B'nal B'rlth Lodge which will be
held on Tuesday evening. May 11,
In charge of arrangements is Mr.
E Albert PallOt. chairman of en
tertainment of the organlzat n.
Great Britain Launhces New
Drive Against Anti-Semitism
London (WNSlAn intensive
nation-wide effort to combat anti-
Semitism In Great Britain was
launched here at a Joint confer-
ence of the National Council for
Civil Liberties and the Jewish
Council for Combatting And-
Se iiism A detailed plan for
dealing With the problem was
adopted, it was expected that the
campaign Will benefit from the es
late of the late Henry Vanden-
berg. Jewish philanthropist, whose
will contains a clause Instructing
his children and other heirs to
1.is ssoo.noo fortune to support
all movements against anti-
Semitism.
BOBBINS ROOFING A SHEET
METAL WORKS
Inspection and Estimates Free
222 N. W. 26th St Phone 2-3705
J.D.C. Junior Group Raised $95,000
** To Aid Needy Jews In Europe
SINCE Its Inception In 1933. the Junior Division of the Joint
Distribution Committee has been singularly successful In
securing the help of younger Jews In America in the gigantic
task of aid and reconstruction for their brethren In Germany,
Poland, and other European lands.
During this period the Junior Division, of which Pauline
Baerwald Falk is national chairman, and Lois Hollander, vice
chairman, (see Photos 1 and 2) has raised nearly $95."00 for
overseas needs. These funds have been raised chiefly through
Junior division groups which Mrs. Falk and Miss Hollander
Organised in numerous communities, and by annual roll calls of
Jewish religious schools each Chanakuh.
By their contributions, youths of America have brought hope to
thousands of people such as this German-Jewish mother and her
ailing child (Pnoto 3) who would have been deprived of food,
clothing, and medical care without this aid from America, and
they have made possible the training of tens of thousands of
young Jewish men and women abroad in trades which will insure
them their livelihood. (Photos 4 and 6.)
AN EXPERIENCE
you'll never forget
More and more people arc staying through the i.ite
Spring in Florida. They've found it's the best time of
the year.
Here, no biting, cold, late Spring winds make them
miserableno 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.
Stay through May, just onceand you'll stay every year!


Page Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April 30. 1!>:(7
Jewish News
Around the
World
Actions Committee protests the
manner in which the administra-
tion handled the situation: nol pre-
venting the outbreak, Its spread
and prolongation; and, despite its
powers and military torces, failing
Sharfman Is Named to oBard to '" Protect the lives and property
Arbitrate Railroad Strike "' tne Yishuv and others,
Washington, l>. C. tWXS)Pro-
t' --"i Isaiah Leo Sharfman, head
ol the departmenl ol economic*
at tin University ol Michigan, is
one 'i thie< membeib i an
mi i gi-in y board appointed bv
181 The Ai tions Commit).....
Iterates die desire ol I le Zionist
movement, proclaimed at the I7tl
Zionist c tigress, for peaceful re-
lations with the Arabs, with non-
domination as the guiding prin-
ciple. In espei I Ive of the numbei -
President Roosevelt to arbitrate a "' ""'' Broup; (01 express con
! iti between the railroads and 'idence that the faithful fulfillmem
Hi. 25,01.....mployes ol the Brother- '' Mandati and thi td>
hood of Railway Clerks wli lad development of the country hene
thr< itened a striki on the M lines Nttlng thi .lewis' National H nu
serving New Vo k City. Professoi ln' ""' '':':' P pul il n n tin Nauhheim, several schools
Phnriman Is.......mber ol the ad- *' '-' : backward children, find ..
visory committee on allroad em- 'hronghoui Palest'ne
were over $500,000, Allied M.
Cohen. International B'nal B'rith
president, said there were 13
lodges In Germany and 7.". worn
en's auxiliaries which have been
pending 1,000,000 marks annually
for philanthropic purposes. Mr.
Cohen declared that among the
closed Institutions were boys'
technical training sehcols, a vaca-
tion home at llii-i hbeig. a ehil-
dr. n's home in the Black Forest,
nurses' training Sdiools in Mu-
nich. Berlin, Frankfort, an agri-
cultural s< l.....i at Ahlem, .: .-: :.i
tariiiin for the pooi at Ti
a i hild i n's sanitai luni ai Bad
Our Bottles and Our Cans
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plo> mi nt in the Federal (', "idi-
nt I ol Ti ans ortatit n
dren's honii ai Dletz.
Fix T.-.entieth Zionist Congress
For August Third
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Actions Cor-imittee Unanimously
Condemns P-.-titicn cf
Palestine
.1. us tie N'S i "'i
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Infr'nsi ro1 i
fie it th* .Tew I
w .'- voted 1 nisi \< i
Crm It tee in ndopi
resolutions ihmittd hv I
leal .'inin --b T! rest
I"'Ions, In sunn vev< foi-
I
111 The A
proves the line ts ken by the Ex-
11 in ]. e in the pn sentatl n ni -. i
d< in befo thi Royal < 'onimls-
s n i.'' Jew torleal con-
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50 Bert,n Jewish Leaders Unde.
Tecnnical Arrest as Passports
Are Cancelled
State Department Considers Pre-
test Against Nazi Ean
Cn B'nai B'rith
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ei Ing mil ,,1 Inn i e-ssli ii wit
lilt WXS il ... ol
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tillli N.i -.,
tutor ot J
the] ; rts can-
tier l.i .:.- led and
Ined by tin n I pi
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' (mint j lewis i-ii
Ey MOLLY MARTIN
The battle between t!:o tin can!foods in bright glass jars ard
and the glass container has b 'i bottles, ranged slde-by-side wi.ii
; for years. Almoi: < i i such home-made dainties as these:
more or less taken so n.t.j &n.i-n t-,,
' ,,',." i bottle fruit pectin
i earthy I like the glees t r To prepara fruit, add V2 ettna
' how I pn water to ft pound apricots. Ci
' containei ; : >::1(i 4 i,0rs or 0V);
rw me to view the food Ic. Tnea simmer, covered. 30 mi
1 til..... whrl Im getting an I v.ns 1 ,. :,_ ^ma (
inditlon is.
i ir my home preserv'i ~. I
I ..;.b buy glass Jars 1 1 I
complete faith In the
ss i" protect nil the d< 'i< ite
favor and quality of my hi n ?
1.1.luies. After l have tain u such
; ai is to make my pics. r\
. tn the quality on which 1 pvide
myself using only the b -'
or chop line, and mix
with Juice.
Measure sugar into large ltetlle,
add prepared fruit, Ailing up 1
1 ;ip with water if necessary,
well, bring to full rolling boil <
hottest lire. Stir constantly I)
and while boiling. lioil hard 1
minute. Then remove kettle from
Are and stir in fruit pectin. Skim;
nour nuicklv. Paraffin and : .mmIs and the most caretuiiy| Makes about 11 glasses (G liu I
, .loped recipes I'm not incea each).
Germany In heh.ilf of the (ier-| .
r man lodges ol 1 B'nai B'lltl the B B'rll fliee in
nection with Palestine. 1.....gnized wn,,. nave hen dissolved and Berlin tpon payment
their property and runds confis- marks In Steti by t'-e
' "' d Sei tary : 1;, Bersh ;. was fin tl
has received appi ils 1 1 Inn 1..... ;.:. ess cense an
sii n from Alfn d M. C n B na celled -
B'rith pr< sidi nt: I Cyrus Ad 1 pair ot 1 A Jewish
ler, president i the Vmerlcan ...--. 1 ,, .,
Jewls Committee S ent for s. nding
Mc-Cn Cavert -.-
undi 1 the League Mandate, ihe
dlstri ss ol Jew Ish mas-.- In the
Diaspora, thi gi al possil i'i'les 1
Pali Bl tie and the benefits confei red
upon the entire 1 untry by Jewish
coinnizatlon serve ;.- t ... basis
for the Jewish claim upon the Man-
i.-'i. j Power and the League for
full execution "' '''' obligations
undei taki n in the Balfonr Declare-
ti. n and In the Mandate '<
stresses the Mandatory Power's ob
llgation to place the country under
1 in ii political, adminisl 1 atlve and
ei 1 nomlr condllIons as will ensure
I .-.- abl -'mien' of the Jewish
National Home, it nri
the Mandal ry's itsslstam e foi 1
. xtensti n of Palestine's absoi p
tivitv for Jewish Im nitration. th<
allocation oi lands for Jewish
ti. in. :!. the prirniol on ol Industry
and ti"' establishment of a Ii -
lotive and administrative system
that will facilitate a more rapid
development w ose benefits will
ai 1 1 ue to all inhabitants.
141 T le Actions Committee de
. lares that the Je Ish people firm
I) opi OSI any attempt to curtail
the rights, possibilities and ncopi
nl the Jewish National Home, any
int ingen ent 1 the obligai Ii n In
the Mandate, any whittling down
II the Balfour De< laratlon, any de-
p..1 lure from the ; rln< Iple ol
noniii absorptivity, any limit
upon land acquisition, anj :
crystallizing the Jewish Natl nal
11. 01 1 urtalllng its territory,
whethei through partition or can-
Ionizing, or any other restriction
upon the pai 1 1 the upbuilding 01
1 i mntry. f 51 nsiders prohi-
bition ot Jewish Immigration and
si it lenient i-i Transji dan a viola
tlon "t Jewish rights, contrary to
Ihe Mi..... etards the eco
in 'nil 1 ot ress Of Tr.-in- i rd n
Therefi re, i' demands the rent
nt hindrances upon such settle
1 nt: i'i' the plight of largi.....
io'is of Jewry makes more impera-
tive than ever the quickening Of
the upbuilding activity and the BX
t. 'i-ion of the BCOre of Jewish ll
tlement: (71 the Mandatory's vacil-
lating p"licy was one of the causes
of Ihe disturbances n 1!':'." The
. F, lersl 1
of Christ Ii
Departmenl '
the ground 'hat '
is an I
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them G<
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to ti ke a chance on everyi bini
spoiled by putting thi m up
ii. containers made of Inferii 1
materials.
It's only natural, then, that when
1 bay manufactured food products
1 bay them In containers which
1 irsoual experience has taught me
a.e the best. I like to know what
Im buying especially when it
< mies to food; so I favor the glass
container and cast my vote for it.
Home is not home, it seems to
me. without a well-stocked pantry,
and I keep my cupboard shelves
kosln j;loaning under a variety of branded juu-i^flin.
Carrot and Orange Marmalade
6 carrots
3 oranges
1 lemon
Sugar
Pice the carrots and cook tlie-n
until they are tender, in as I i!"
water as possible. Cut the oranges
in small pieces and add the Jul< I
and grated rind of the lemon
Measwe the carrot and fruit, ami
add two-thirds as much sugar.
Simmer the mixture until it is cl >ar.
Turn it into jelly glasses, and
when it is cold, cover it with hoc
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HAPPEN" IN AMERICA
N"i '. York UN'S' \ i'i-, 1-1 d '
HEBREW UNION TO PUBLISH
TWELVE BOOKS THIS PEAR

1 UN.- '
Cincinnati (WXS) Plans t. 1 the
publication ot l:1 new bonks during
in I tin coming fiscal year \ ere an
' happen be nounced by the board of managers
old fo! "!- the American ; i originally rep.rted tchful and too alert and leal-
thi N;i/i rt ol is ol theli tteedi Thomas
its Buppresslt.ii 1 latin, exiled Herman author, sab'
a nl -1 hool xti nslon 1 I the L*n!on
01 American Hebrew Congrega-
d< 1 thi ighout <; 1 rnanj. f.a e
bi n tak.-n 1 volunta lly bj
' Bi rlln Je sh community, ai
cording to Jewish
The -.mi.- ur. also d<
:.!.d that the Jewish Inmates ol
1 .- Institutions had bei n evli 1
ed. They confirmed, however, the
confiscation ol .1 '' 1, do
1-. d in adminlsti r t'.-.i orphan
agi and homes as well as fu
nlshings and 1 quip nl ol the In
"titution* From Nazi Bouri I'
learn< tl that ihe ban 1 1
B'nai B'i th b d In con
ni t-tion wit thi >-' ernments
'.i wipe out all Ji
non religl us and non 1 ultura
agent i. -.
Cincinnati (WXSI Lackina
any fai tuul report as to 1 he at tual
situation >i'i regards to Its
lodges 11 1 Iermany 01 the 1 eas >i
for their suppression. B'nal B'rith
headquarters here Indl. ated tl. 1
no formal a< tlon would be taker
until Blich data is avallabli
T ere is a !> ssib llty thrtt thi
order may din Into it- emergency
relief fund to aid the German
lodges. No official estimate of
the value of the property and
funds confiscated is ava lable, bui
in 1930 B'nal B'rith property In
Germany was valued at over$"('.
mill and its financial In Idi-ics
n immlna his Impressions as hr
: hi- home In Sw Itzerland
- 1 bom rrei and w 111
always remain free." he declared
adding "thej are not eympathetii
' Fascism or Communism anr"
they ar< not likely to be fooled
\- i'i Germany, he predli ted an
ultimate es ape fron Nazism "but
:i win probibly be years baron
the Nazi regime Is changi tl" Th,
change will come not by revolutlo'
but by a gradual overthrow 1 r
Nazi ideas, he -iii'i
Zionist Organ Offers Program For
Arab-Jewish Understanding
Berlin IWNS)A th......point
program foi achieving Arab-Jewish
understanding In Palestine is advo-
cated In an editorial In the Jue-
disi he Rundschau, Zionist organ,
which proposes Jewish approval
lions al Hi- semi-annual ......ting for a legislative council. Jewish re
01 it* board of managers. The new ..,.,,,,
. tll 1 ti lo ihe use ot the Arab llarl. r
book will be, The Jewish Commu-1
nity." "Pictures in the .lewis Re "' Jaffa whlch sll"-cl '"' '"',lli-
llglous Scho I," "Post-Biblical Lit "at.,i with the Tel Aviv port, and
ratine. "Gilenu, Part :t." "Medle- the developmenl of an Arab-Jewish
val Jewish History." "Source Hook co-operative plan for colonization.
'or Medieval Jewish History."
"Feasting and Pasting." "In the
Land of Kings and Pi o ets
"Choosing Your Vocatl n." "Storler
it the American Jew." "Primary
Material for the Holidays" and
"Source Book lor Charactei Bdu
cation."
In urging Ibis program the IC 11 ml-
shau declares thai il is not enough
for Jews to reject the rumored
scheme for partitioning Palestine
und pn poses that they take the
lead in a new gesture of friend
ship towards the Arabs.


Friday. April 80, 1!.'!7
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seven
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
KA BKI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31st St.
Miami 2-9548
One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morn-
ing throughout the year.
J<-
miami
Y. M. H. A.
HYMAN N. LEVY
Expressing the sentiments of a
grief-stricken Jewish community,
Temple Israel extends its heart-
[ell sympathies to tin- family of
Hie beloved Hymen N. Levy. May
I hey i" i ti*l consolation in the sweet
memories cl the hallowed family
life tvhich was theirs, and maj Qod
itive them Btrength of faith which
will aid them to set their hands
i.i tasks of love, and in rise above
i!c anguish of this parting hour,
Zecher Tsadik Livrocho. May the
aiemory f this righteous man be
;i Idisinu in his wife ami children.
vice president; Mrs. Prank Coret,
second vice president; Mrs. Henry
D, w iiiams. second vice president
I). Williams, recording secretary;
Mrs. Prank a. Perlman, correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. Morris Plant,
financial secretary; Mrs, Harry
Kevins, treasurer, and Mrs. Law-
rence Sapero, auditor.
Members of the board of di-
ne i rs to be installed at the
luncheon arc: Mrs. Herbert U.
Peibelman, Mrs. Martin Raff, Mrs.
Morris Cowen, Mrs. Samuel Katz,
Mrs. .1. A. Richter, Mrs. Herbert
a. Simon, Mrs. .lack Bernstein,
Mrs. Anna Hauler. Mrs. David
Slann and .Mrs. Julius Simpson.
CONGREGATIONAL
GENERAL
\t the regular Friday evening
xervices ol Temple Israel on Apr l
30 at 8:15 p. m. Rabbi Zwltman
will speak on the subject, "Re-
ligion and a Coming Generation."
The services will be conducted by
n Kaplan, Ph. l>.. and the Young
People's Choir, consisting of 80
boys and girls from our Religious
School, will chain the musical re-
sponses Of the services.
o-
o-
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
At the ReligiOU8 School usseiuly
of Sunday. April 2.">. Rabbi Kaplan,
I'll II.. conducted the services and
Rabbi Zwltman delivered a Ber-
monette on "Synagogues, Yester-
day and Today."
The birthdays celebrated were
those of Bernadine Roth and Mit/.i
Friedman. Best attendance rea rd
v. is held by llig'i Si hOOl III and
the beat collection, by Intermedi-
ate IV.
TEMPLE CALENDAR I
o----------------------------------------------------o
Confirmation, Sunday morning,
May 16.
Graduation, Friday evening, May
Bar Mitzvah Bervice of Leonard
Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Gerald Lewis, Saturday morning.
May 29.
Closing exercises of the Re-
ligious School. May 30.
Religious School picnic, Sunday.
June SISTERHOOD
1
Last week Dr. Kaplan. Ph. D.,
explained that the relation ol
fat her and son in the Jewls i homi
Is the eonnetcing link between the
past anil the present, and this
w.ek Rabbi Zwltman will presi nt
the problems of the teaching of re-
ligion in a secular age. and a me
concrete methods in which the dif-
ficulties may he sin 'mounted.
Dr. Kaplan. I'll. D., attended the
meeting of the Jewish community
in West Palm Beach tor the pur-
pose Of raising funds for the .1. I>
C. It was a very delightful affali
and the first time that the Jewish
people Of various organlzatli ns
came together in a social way. and
the largest amount thus far raised
from Palm lieach of $1,300 was an
earnest of what the community Is
going to do "hen it is really united.
They showed a talking slide film
of "Twenty-Three Years of Human
Salvage." after which Dr. Herman
introduced Dr. Kaplan. Ph. I)., who
spoke briefly on the terrible Buf-
ie Ing of the Jews in Germany and
Poland.
following his address to the
.leui-li students of the I'niveisity
Of Miami last week. Rabbi Zwlt-
man ms again been invited to
speak to the Jewish student body
in the main auditorium of the uni-
versity on Wednesday evening.
April 28. After the address an
open forum Will follow and a social
hour Will he held.
Landsteiner Suit Against Jewish
Who's Who Withdrawn
The Sisterhood of Temple Israel.
which has shown remarkable prog-
ass during the past year, will em-
bark upon an even more successful
lourney in the annals of our Tem-
ple, at the luncheon for the Instal-
lation of new officers fot the com
ing year. The installation luncheon
"ill he held on Monday, May :;. at
12:30 p. m. at Li uis Patio Grill.
T:ti Lincoln road. Miami Beach.
The luncheon is under the Chair-
manship of Mrs. Adolph Werthei-
mer and the following co-chalr
men: Mrs. Julius IVarlinan. chair-
man of the installation: Mrs. Max
Dohriii, toastmlstress. and Mrs.
Herbert r. Peibelman, chairman
of entertainment.
The following officers will be in-
stalled: Mrs. Jacob Kaplan, presi-
dent; Mrs. Samuel J. Basker, first
New York i UN'S)Dr. Karl
Landstelner'a injunction proceed-
ings against Who's Who in Ameri-
can Jewry lo restrain its fill)
lisher from including his biogra-
phy in its new edition have been
withdrawn and the case settled
out of court. Counsel for Dr.
Landsteiner and for the hook's
publishers signed an agreement
on April 2:t by which the entire
matte! was dropped. II is under-
Stood, however, thai Dr. I.and-
sleiner's biography will appear in
the book. The Nobel Prize win-
ner had sought $io.ooo damages
on the plea that inclusion of his
biography would do irreparable
damage to his private life and
reputation by calling attention to
the fact that his parents were
Jews although lie is now a Roman
Catholic.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Never before ill the five years'
existence of the Y. M. H. A. were
the ciuhrooms taxed to capacity as
they were al the Bazaar ami
Dance held last Sunday. Kor all
this, the honors belong tO OUI ex-
ecutive director. Boris Schlach-
man: Arthur Illatt and Ben Serkln
for chairmaning one of the grand-
est social successes ever enjoyed
by its members and friends
We otter our tuinks to all or-
ganizations and business firms for
their generous donations.
Having assisted materially In
taking (are of the hoolhs were
Bernle and Arthur Selevau. Louis
Safer. Jules "Con Came" Wilson.
Lewis Safanowltz, Bea Bornstein,
Ethel Lipowsky. Max s. hemer,
Robert Eye, Mrs Morris. Mr and
Mrs. Frank U BO, Pete Silverinan.
Bert "Mono" and several more
whose names escaped me
The appearance ol ou Honor
able Mayor A. D. II. Possey, es
ported by Mr, Abe Aronowitz, and
other candidates f r the C ty Com,
mission, was the ilgb spot ol till
evening.
Thanks again, you guys and
gals, and here's hoping that by
next year we will be in our own
home
"Y" Juniors Elect Officers
Newly elected officers of the
Junior "Y" are Samuel Badanes,
president: Abraham Berkowitz.
vice president; Miss Gertrude
SclinlT. recording secretary: Miss
Rose Berkowitz, corresponding sec
retary; Hymen Ruben, athletic di-
rector; Billy Merlin, membership
|chairman; Miss Shirley Rosenthal
and Paul Rice, serueantsat-ai ms:
Miss Evelyn Marks, publicity
chairman, and Larry Schwartz,
program chairman. Best wishes
for a successful administration.
More than 50 members Of the
"V" turned out for the initial prac-
tice session of the diamondball
campaign, held at Flamingo Park
last Sunday.
A manage' is still being sought
to replace Max Goldste n. Are
they're any volunteers or recom-
mendations? Please notify the
hoard of dire, tors.
As a nucleus tl in lasl year's
runner-up team we si ill have the
following members: Davis Lacka-
wltz, captain; Frank Rose, Ralph
Grossman, Normy Thaler. Al Ber-
kowitz. ai Reisman, Harry Golden,
Nat Blumberg, Leo Lipowsky.
Bernie Frank. George Relchgott,
Abe Winer. Murray Manlell. Snn
my Tendwlch, Bill Segal, Danny
White Oak Leather
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HALF SOLES............50c
ATLAN1IC SHOE SHOP
240 N. E. First Avenue
Opp. Cortez Hotel
Sepler, Jules Wilson and Harry
Schwartz.
In a practice game held last Sun
day Davis I.ackouitz and Frank
Rose each hit hemers off of the
delivery of Pete Sllverman and
Harry Schwartz Practice tames
will he held each Sunday. Start-
ing at 2 p. in. at Flamingo Park.
Mir ray and Alan will produce
and play in the "Jazz Singe" for
the "V". Boris Schlichman has
set the dale for Wednesday. May
11'. to avoid conflicting with other
organizations. The locatl u will
probably he the Miami Beach High
School. Watch for further dala in
next week's column.
Don't forget to cast your vote
for the V" candidate at the Junl i
Hadassah May Queen dame. Sun-
day. May 2. at the Deauville
Casino,
Miss Eleanor Rubin, chairman of
the Mother's Day program being
sponsored by the Y. M. II. A. Tues-
day. May 2. prom BOS a most en
JAMES R. COOPER
Grove Owner Business
Man and Lawyer
appreciates the confidence
of the approximately five
thousand signers who en-
dorsed his candidacy for
the nomination d> office of
City Commissioner. James
R. Cooper accepts this
nomination from his many
friends with (gratitude and
pledges no alliance to any
newspaper or nny group
of men and if elected will
lie free In use It is best
judgment in any and all
problems brought before
the Commission.
James R. Cooper lias
lived practically his entire
life in this area and he
presents the record of his
life ns liis plat form.
i Paid Political Adv.i
i___
mm FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT PROGRESS AND PUBLIC WELFARE
ELECT
mf 1 ^0 CHARLIE DILLON
eVeS City Commissioner
'* 4bbbi A RESIDENT OF DADE COUNTY 38 YEARS
Joyable evening of entertainment
to all attending. Baby Adele
Rosenbli om win render a number
of Mother's Day songs appropriate
to the occasion
.\e members received by the
"V" are David Brown, L. Gross-
berg and Herbert B, Scher. Come
up lo the "V" any day during the
week except Friday tor a pleasant
evening Of relaxation. Ad on -
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. Ap.ll 30, [9!
A. Z. A. Will
Observe Founding
Omaha. Nebr. On Sunday, May
!'. in every leading city ol I e
United Statea and Canada, the 202
< i ters ol Aleph Zadik Aleph will
in. -i to (elebrate the Bai Mitzvah j
ol this Junloi Ordei ol B'nal B'rith. i
'i a) It i- actually a Bar Mitzvah; |
thai A. z. A. lui s really "come ol
age" and is now ready t take Itc
I lai among other leading yo tl
movements ol the world la evi-
d< d In Its re ord ovei the past
1 : /ears.
(in Maj 3, 1924, an obs< ur< young
nan n his early twenties, -till a
youth bui burning with the desire
t< fiiI er the lot i i JewIsh Youth
throughout the world, called to-
gel her a small group o( civic lead-
eis in iiis home city, Omaha, Ne-
braska. And from tins rirst gath-
ering giew the International fra
tern It y of Jewish youth known as
th<- Aleph Zadik Aleph. This young
man was Sam Beber, now a promi-
nent attorney of Omaha, and presi-
d. Hi it the Supreme Advisory j
Council. Among those present at
it- first meeting were: Dr. Saul B.
Arenson, Prof. Nathan Bernstein,
I, K Goodman and the late Harry
I lus.
A constitution and by-laws wer<
ad< pt< d and the ground ork foi
an International organization laid,
Ti day, after 13 years, I .....
ganization numbers 4.62S members,
hlli it- nl nun: i most ol whom
a i ictivt members i B'nal
B'rith) totals 5,547. Twelve < hap- |
ters b in the Dominion ol Can
ada, and applications have been
!( el d n on sei si a ft ireign i oun
tries tin charters. The organiza-
tion plana to extend it- a tlvlties
inn, thia field during th..... Ins
Rummer.
While t actual annlversa y i i
the founding of A. '/.. A. falls on
Maj :i. the many chapters will..:,
lmi' it on .May 9, combining the
I'm Mitzvah celebration with that
i t International Pai ent8' Daj.
i : celebration of Parents' Day
b) A V. A. chapters throug ioui the
country is something a depar-
ture from the usual Mothers Day
i eli bratlon scheduli d bj most oi
ganizations on the second Sunday
in May. in order to bettei bring
out and horn > the Joint share ol
mother and father alike In home-
making and the rearing of chil-
dren, the second Sunday in May
is. foi A. 7. A, members, Interna-
tii nal Parents' Hay.
Tip lai -i i .-! lnation ol the
Joint Bar Mitzvah and Parents' Day
ol A. /.. A. will be in the i Ity ol
i i hen in additi n to hold-
ing t thirteenth anniversary ol
4. B< cial: A. Z. A. participates
in the celebration of Jewish fes-
tivals such as t lanukan, Purhn
and sin oth; sponsors plays, ban-
quets, dances and othei affa rs.
:,. Athletii A. Z, A. sponson
2" basketball tournaments each
winter, and in the summer, base-
ball, tennis. Bwlmming, track and
field events are a part of the In
ternational A. /.. A. Olympics.
There is an Inti i i iai ti i activity
in almost every phase "i athletics.
Pictured above is the first chapter of Aleph Zadik Aleph,
founded in Omaha on May 3. 1924. Today, from coast to coast,
its members are prominent in all walks of life.
the fraternity, that city will also
present a chartei to its Bar Mitz-
vah chapter the thirteenth chap-
ter to he installed in that city.
More than 7,000 Invitations have
already been mailed by the Chi-
cago chapters to the hading Jew-
ish citizens thrOUghOUl the nation.
and Sam Beber, founder ol the
fraternity and president if the Su-
preme Advisory Council, will be
present. The entire program will
be broad* ast fro n a tlon, and after the program a huge
ball will be held at the Temple
Sholom.
In Omaha, the mothei city, the
hiel feature of tha Bar Mitzval
celebration a ill be a reunion, n
Ing day. fi i older mem-
bets. a banquet, athletics, -: ik
ing and musical program Will b
prov Ided.
At i angemi nta ai e also being
made for a 30-minute broadcast to
be presented ovei a national chain
In connection with the celebratl n
The purpose of the organization
has been to set up a model fra-
ternity for .lewi-h young men be
tween the ages ol 15 and 21. At
that time. 1924 and at the pres-
ent time outside of A. Z. A.there
was no other national organization
of this type. To carry out till*
purpose, a program consisting of
live joints and termed, by the lati
In. Borla 1>. Bogen, international
Ri < etary i t the B'nal B'rith, "Five
Fold and Full" was set up.
The i iv. principles art i
1 Rel gioua An. Ity Att< mi
i religious services and the
pi nsorshlp and encouragement o!
young people's leagues and lunioi
congregations, and the observance
ol all rellgli us holidays.
2. Social s.ivice Work: Regu-
lar Contributions are made to com-
munal enter].rises; A. Z. A. learns
participating in Jewish Federation
and Community campaigns, The
organization -ponsors and super
. si- summer camps and arranges
for dlStributil tl Of baskets to
needy families; maintains n schol-
arship loan fund foi A. '/.. a. mem-
bers and is a member of the
Emergency Roll Call for the reliel
ol German Jewish Youth. It spun
-ors mice than SO Jewish Hoy
S.....t and Cub ti' ops.
:;. Cultural: The organization
sponsors regulat monthly open
meetings for cultural purposes;
publishes dozens of local regional
and district newspapers, anil con-
duits debates, essay c ntests In
English and Hebrew, and promotes
activity toward the revival of the
Hebrew language. A speakei-'
bureau to provide out of-town
speakers is also maintained in con-
nection with this phase of the pro-
gram.
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The World's
Window
i Continued from Page 11
that. Why does he not communi-
cate that knowledge to us?
He substitutes the feeble trick-
eries that make for the avoldanci
if form. The art of organic nar-
rative is a very arduous one. To
add sketch to sketi h is far asli i
Much is attempted. Nothing Is
finally done. Prose is hard to
writeharder probably than verse.
The right word, the right phrasi
are not easy to find. It is lm
mensely easy to go thrt ugh news-
paper fibs and cut clippings and
substitute topicalness of allusion
tor making the amber crystalise
around your fly. Who is tender.'
Who is tough? Who la the sentl
mentalist? Who takes the easiest
way? A page of truly wr ught
prose may remain. Dry prose, too
like Swift's. Only it needs to be
di> like white burgundy and n. |
dry like chalk. Who a few years
from now will trouble to look ii i
thi se thi usand topical allusions
Mr. Levin may say he doesn't car-
he's not writing for posterity. And
that would be precisely what I teai
\n comes Horn the ImmortaLtj
urge. Though we know that the
chances are a million to one against
us. that one chance in a mill! n
is all that drives us on. Abandon
it and you abandon art. Racine
is a much stronger writer than
Sterne, and Thomas Mann than
.lames Joyce. Love and form are
strong. Metaphysical Indlfferenci
end formlessness are feeble. Mj
final criticism of my younger c n
temporaries must be that they a e
not strong enough.
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Feature Syndicate)
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