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

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

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

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University of Florida
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MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 7. 1'.'::?
Price Five Ci nta
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
PAGANISM AT THE MOVIES
By LUDWIO LEWISOHN
This column is copyrighted by the
Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Re-
production in whole or in part strict-
ly forbidden. Any infringement will
he prosecuted.
int; for the pagan. Hence the
drunken husband, desperate over
his healing, walks one fine Bunaei
evening Into the sea. Bui note
again the crude pagan motivation.
lie does sii in order thai ins wife
may not give up her "career." Suc-
cess is Hie only god. Success Is
iin' Idol. Sinci'ss without any re-
gard in its quality, to. its virtue,
in any permanent consideration.
si rip ''ii success, I'.nn.ii effective-
ness, Raw power of which ihe
symbols again arc brute physical
iiiinus newspaper picture, crowds
in a siaic of stupid adulation.
aid questions asked ami, among ,
Jewels, cars, houses. In i Is world
This is an mi article, written
in.i In my study hut in the offices
ol the Seycn Arts in New York.
I allies, plays, people all a little
confusing to one who las almost
become a yeshuvnlk and who re-
uaids ihe ureut city and nil that
it contains with a certain mixture
, il awe and wonder. Anil there
have heeu speaking enuauements
ethers, til" question has been
asked the very intelligent and
very searching question how pre-
cisely i< that paganism t he de-
fined that is realising in the world
ami that is the Common enemy of
all those lo whom might he ap
piled tie phrase Invented by the
. nt French novelist, Jules
Bomalns: men of good will.
I think I found one answer at
the ni' vies the other night one
very pertinent and very shocking
answer. Misguldedly I was taken
to Radio City, it is magnificent
and all this magnificence houses
mm i j. All this splendor as of a
i. in. ie of the ancient world is
made to contain tie fodder of fir Is.
VV( rsi than fools, as you shall see,
The film that was Bhowlng was
i hIIi d "A Star Is Mom." Net I
there are not ami must not he any
inner satisfactions nor any graces
of the heart nor any turning away
if Inn for a moment from the
limits of tie world or any impli-
cation of any Judgment thai the
crass and Ugly prizes of this crass
and hideous world are not all suf-
flcing,
Are we defining paganism? it
seems i me thai we are.
Bear with thai sorry story for
another moment. The starlet Is
a lef-strlcken. she has no heart
leit fur her work, she win now
retire in earnest, she will now
indeed abandon the world. Will
she? on the scene appears liei
grandmother, her village grand-
.....thi". and asks: "Are yi u go-
ing to be a quitter?" Oh, yes, lit
rally, ihe grandmother front 'he
say that it was no morning Star j v|age ., ..sweir am! efficient old
i leatill". USks jn-l that No, need
thai was meant, no new planet
swimming int the siuhi ol men'.'
less m say. the Btarlel will h. in
NO. it was a movie star a queen- (|11 ,,,.,. S|. ROes en ami on ami
!" "' '' f>">8 She was born In m ,n h,g (!. ,,,_,,,. ,., ,i|m R, ,.v
:| viiiai-. si.- was born among an(, fi,m ,,,. .,,, ,h |inpi|t.n.
Ilu poor ami simple. No. only, t|on |g f0| ,,.,. ,,,.., ,,. i,.,,.
1 -' "' '"'' '" h "' man history, Bince 'he pagans of
the simple i f min I
V.*/---------------1------- ---------:
Lauderdale Jews
Organize Center
Attended by more than 70 of tin
residents of Ft. Lauderdale, Dania
and Hollywood, an enthusiastic
meeting was held in the City C iii
mission rooms Ol the Ft. Lauder-
dale city Hall last Tuesday night.
Rabbi Column Zwitman of Temple
Israel. Miami, and Milton A. Fried
man. attorney and secretaty of thi
B'nal B'rlth Lodge at Miami, mad.
stirring add1 esses, a permanent
organisation was formed, to be
known as the Jewish Center. Of
ficers chosen were: Abe Newman
president; L. Sandier, vice presl
dent; Mrs, L. Bandell, secretary;
Abe MarkowitZ, treasurer; Mes
dames Bobbins, Iteiss and Uliime,
and Messrs. Lehrer, Brown, Blei "
ner, Sterling and Kaufman, di-
rectors. Following the sii ring Bd
dresses a fund of one thousand
dollars was raised in addition in r>1l
the ; lumhlng donated by Mr.
Mark wits for the erection 11 n
Bynagogue and community een'er
in the near fi'iire. A n.....i'ii c
the board of directors ill be held
Monday, May 1". anil will I |
lowed by a social meeting on Tues
day evening, May 18.
Yeshiva Colleae Eliminates Mid
Year Examination
N"e\v York i\YNSi Seeking to
raise scholarship standards, Veshl
va College announced the e'lm'na
li' n of mid-year evnrHnnt'ons i f
feeiive in September The two
-'. h break in classes it mld-vp
will be rtde I to tin lenclil-R
i ourse. t: e pi :i. : i:i a's i
boost the trades requ'reri 'or a '
honors, siimnin tint land
uoiniT only t bi idcnts with
Grade A in v. p cent of I
courses ami no marks less than I'.
b'tt
Simpll Ity ot heart is beautiful.
i it ;es can he sine Ie o( hear',
rm this sort ot simplicity of mind
linn is glorified on the silver screen
i- Isnorance and stupidity; it is
I :i.....I"ven; il is the lowest
om'nator i f the eterni I
in.
old knew Infinitely better of
course that that waj lie content-
ment ami happiness and the ful- !
lilltneui of life.
The Nazis Will not hear of fail
tire. The pagan must su i I
And he must tain his ends wit!:
i tit ever examining the value of
those ends under any eternal |
I shall make the long and fool- .|.;|li,(.I ||h w, ,. ,,!,,,-
ih to.y short. For It Is the moral even th0Ugh quitting would mean
,I|;" i '" concerned with. The Bav:ng lne i|Ves of men, saving the
'SDH
t stardom In Hollywood
nds the man of her bean and
lim. II '. alas, drinks to
ii tes :.....adness, to bes-
tial iv. (Among the pagans His is
considered an amiable weakness.
Fot the feeblemindedness by which
ii i normally accompanied is con-
sidered the right and proper slate
ot man.) The starlet sticks to her
drunken husband, which is well
enough: she plans lo give up the
Bi teen in order lo devote herse'f
l" his salvation and for a moment
ilu story in its simple and humble
way tends toward a touch of moral
soundness, But that must not be
T : ana'] III' I) WOUld not endi""
thai nor pay its pennies lo be mad"
' i mi that. There must be no
peace of the world, Baving his own
soul. His truth is pragmatic That
is true which succeeds. That is
tue which conquers, prenlls. seems
Btrong. He wants the world He
wants power, wealth, terril' ry.
He wants things. He will sit some
dav among their ashes. And Ihe
ashes will be ill his heart anil Ihe
ashes will be in his moulh. Ami
he may learn again the virtu, of
renunciation and the truth of the
defeat of victory, it will be late
It will be too late.
The pagan mob thai sees Ih"
film "A Slav Is Horn" is set vi nrl
nusly upon Ihe same end. Its id'
is the world and Ihe conquest '
ihe mere world. Tim ancestors of
thai mob In New York both ot
such thing as renunciation; there f, T(1US .,,] the Christians
must he no such thing as a true; would have had some gleam cf nn
wisdom of the bean. That is noth (Continued on Page Rl
ilLh
Happy was the thought that
brought into practice for at
least once a year the idea oi
honoring Mother. Though tc
the Jewish people this thought
seems strange. For, do r.ot our
sages, our every rule of life
tell us to honor our father an''
mother at all times? Do we
need to repeat the age-old story
of the noted Sa-e of Israel who
hearing his mother coming, rose
and said "the 'Shechina' ap-
proaches." Can any of the
moderns point to a higher con-
ception of womanhood, par-
ticularly of motherhood, than
that of the Jewish faith?
Yet, need it be said, that
even we are too prone to for
get. How many of us, when it
is too late, remember Mo*ber
onl" to say the "KaAlish?"
Ard. if the truth be told, how
i~ar*' even hare ir Mia^i hnv-
fr.-'r>rj this dutv of recitino- the
"Fft'Wsh" too hard and toe
difficult
Indeed. '? 's a hnriv tnovm-bt
to honor Mother, if only one
day a year.
Shekel Campaign
Begins Here
Plans for one ol tin- most Inten
sive campaigns in the history oi
Qreatei Miami wen- m ide ; > en
roll at leasi five t lousund Sack. .
payers in the Create. Miiihi area
iii the naii n-wide endeavor to
raise five hundred thousand Sin k- I
payers In the United States, al a
meeting ot the local Zionist Dis-
trlct hist Monday ;..^iit at Be h
David Talmud Torah. Repros nta-
lives oi city-wide n;ga:iizatlons
were present end ; ed; ed their
support. Mr. Hatty Z ikemlck was
named < hairtnan o the Greater
Miami Shekel I! i.r.i rirl assisting
him will be; Rabb' Max Shapiio,
Rabbi lacob H. K i; Ian, i: il bl c l
man Zwltman, Rabbi Abraham \
Kellm ". Me rs I"il L!bern?an,
l"i, Robinson, .1. M. Upton, II
Slmonhoff. .1. M. Kop 'lowltz, S .1
ney Segall, In. Lei n a. !>r
A. E. Rosenl tal, IK Mix Pep: i r
Ah Aronowitz, Ja I; Aug ist, Mi yei
Schwartz, Cantor I! is S '
man, I. L Mint er, M. B. Fr n .
i: i LeVIre i- la- Levin. \. Adi I
m in. II. M Dre '!i h. \. Kr me f 1 I
B. A. I'allot. Baron de Hlrsch
Mi r. ; Bl k .1 C or'/
<' ;. I .1. II
''dan. I. is Dor bin, Sadye c
Rose, Ida Optner, N Adelman,
Palj v t I I, Mi t-.- On -
A.ilele Segall, Sam S'l nd"'l. la on
Elkln, i ......"i Ensteln, Isidor
' hen, sol it"' irt, Davl i I, Ro i
bloom, Rose Weiss, I. M. V\'ein
stein. Mor'ls Plant. Mart n Ra't
on| i-'lrv st ne. II
the Shekel Hoard will be al ^t?
\V"s'd""fm street, Miami Peach;
: hone I'71.
-..,,. Grenter Mliml s Icel cam
! algn will b' in i'h a I
meet i\ to he held shortly to be
addressed by outstanding s] '.
and containing an nteresting |i"
[gram, in charge of arrangements
for this iir.s- meeting is Mrs.
Miiiy Grossman, who will !
si-ted by a iommlttee c n
cf re; resent itives ol each
zat Ion in i ie Greater Miami an a
Full details of ti is meeting will
appear in our next is'.
Jewish News
Around the
World
New Irish Constitution Guarantees
Jewish Religious and Educa-
tional Rights
Dublin, Ii eland IWNS) Thenew
constitution for Ireland announced
I by Presidenl Bamon de Valera is
rega ded by the Jews of Ireland as
guaranteeing them complete equal
I Ity and they heartily approve 11
it. The specific recognition "f the
Jewish religion and the guarantee
' of fr.....lom of conscience and tie
profession and practice ot religion
contained in the c nstilution are
seen as effective bar- against a i
posed legislative curbs m she
tah. Although the Catholic Church
s given special standing, the con
stHutlcn forbids .he endowing of
any n liu'i' n or the Imposltl n ol
any labilities or the musing ol inj
discrimination on the ground ol e
Iglous profession, belie- or status
Provlsl n is also made fot Ihi
enualltv of Jewish Bchools In Para-
graph ol Article II which stoles
tint "legislation providing slate
Rid for schools shall mil iliscrlml-
nati between schools inder the
management of different religl us
denominations, nor be such as to
t prejudicially the tight of any
child to attend a school receiving
nubile money without attending
Keious instruction at that sehO' I."
Ibis parasraph exempts Jewish
i hlldren rrom Catholic religious In-
struction in schools where such
training Is given. Thi same para
graph also provides thnl "ever"
Hlions denomination shall have Ih"
, el,, t manage Its own a'fa'ps "
legalizing Kehlllahs, to "own.
---< iii-- and administer prooerlv,
:n.."aid" a"d Immov ible, and inain-
tiin Institutions tor religious or
charitable purposes. Th property
. w re'ixlous il >nominatl n or
anv educational Institution shall
| diverted save for nee satv
irks i public utility ami on pay-
.....in oi i e p< nsation." The equal
Standing of all citizens is ree i:
nized.
Y.M.H.A. Sponsors
"Jazz Singer" Play
The YOUng Mills Hebrew Asso
riation 's sponsoring an evening
i t entertainment unique in local
histiey next Wednesday evening
May i^. beginning at S o'clock at
the Ida M. Fisher High School au-
ditorium, Miami Beach. Murray
and Alan will be starred In "The
Jazz Singer' with the noted Yid-
dish actors, the Josenhson Family
assisting. In the cast will he Mut-
i ray Howard, Alan Howard, Mr
Joseph-en, Mis. .Isephson. Jerry
Josephson, Mrs. Hilda Markow tz
I..... Toady and Carl Gardner. A
large Choir will : tn n of "Koi Nidrev." Tie entire
Club Bagdad Revue will be pre
-i nted in a varli ;> Bhow, in add.
Pennsylvania Llnviersity Changes
Mind About Sending Delegate
To Goettingen \
Philadelphia tWNS) The I'ni-
versity ol Pennsylvania has changed
its mind about being .....'senti rl
at the bicentenary celebration ot
Goettingen University. President
Thomas S. Gates said that since
Dr. Daniel G. Shuinway. profess r
of i: rman, ho had been asked to
represent Pennsylvania because he
was planning to visit Germany this
summer, had cancelled his pro-
posed visit, the university had de-
cided not to name another dele-
gate.
lion lo the feature i lay cf the I IN
nlng. Admission will be 7."> cents
and $1.00. The public Is meed to
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onsrh-nl ions.
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it I ilness trip to New
Y'.ir:

Spe ial nervicen marking 'he un-
t no i '> the
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be held In the G
Mlam Je Ce i tei y \--<>< la-
tlon tery Sunday, May 9, at 2 p m
Rabbi Abraha
Kellner ofl til He will lie Ba-
by Canto r. ni- ii
re nvited to attend
and ; eli respects

Electl n 'ii officers for the
Miami net I on ol the National
i i II of Jewish Juniors re
- ilted in the follow Ing being
named: George Chertkoff,
Rosalyn Klein, flrsl vU e
pres denl: Evelyn .1 i ;
vi' < pr< Idenl; Paul Barni ". irean-
Evelyn A islander, reco/ding
y: Etta Bel I ( I n aponcl
i'.l- ei retary, and LI Man w
Sylvia ri, Elizabeth R
I rai / and Mike Kaaanoff, ili
-- Lillian Wucher was
presented I i cii| di nated by Mrs
(Joldle Ellman foi the mosi o il '
standing woi k for the oi ganlzi tlon
during the pant y i
Junior lladassah Is having iti
annual Mol iers' Day program <>n
Thursday evening, May l". at Beth
I ia\ 'i Tal i im! Torah al o'clock.
This event will also mark Hie for-
mal closing of the year's activities
ni ili<- organisation.
Mrs Bernard Katz is chairman
for Hi'- evening and is being as-
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lunloi
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prograi I will
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play, readings and

friends I J
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I nted to e mol iti tid-
ing and efres enU will be
served du Ing a social hour fol-
lowing the program.

Camp lllahee will be open Mils
at Brevard, N. C, from
! 13 t" August 13, announ ed
Rabb ami Mr- s. VVrubel of Ash.-
vllle, \. c.. fiii.. i i ol i i amp
for Je i-ii buy- and uiris.
Ini i ided among activities at
Camp III a1 ire hiking, swim-
ming, an eing, tenn s, softball
and recreational games under the
supervision of trained counsellors.
A nurse and doctor will be
y on the premises, ami tiio
' '"I i- to h'- prei ared under a
'!i<-ti< an, with Kosher dietary
laws observed. Comfortable slee
inL- cabins and lodge rooms an
provided for the campers' needs
and week-end accomi odationa an
ible tor adults. Reset atlons
will be a> cepted f r any length of
it I nnouni <-il
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Mrs .( Gerald Lew and Mrs.
Louis I Li ii z are co-chairmen In t
annual ihifi luncheon of Senior
1 Monday, May l". i.r. Kaplan H
Folli '
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THANKS, FRIENDS
RALPH B.
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Vice-President
CARTER & WIXSOM, Inc.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
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Phone 2-SI21
Residence Phone 2-1398
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Friday, May 7, 1937
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seven
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D
6996 Albacore Drive5-9875
MIAMI BEACH
and on the Iieuch at Washington
Drug Company, Washington ave-
nue ;iii(l 5th, and Clinton II itel,
_'.. Wash ngton avenue
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31st St. 2-9548
MIAMI
One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morn-
ing throughout the year.
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o-
CONGREGATIONAL
This Friday evening, May 7. al
- is p. m.. Dr. Kaplan will Bpeak
n "Motherhood, the Strength of. a
\ lion." The services will be COI1-
ncted by Rabbi Zwltman, and the
ung people's choir will chant t .
esponse.
In anticipation of Mothers' Day.
the subject treated In Dr. Kaplan's
sermon will be of utmost interest
to all. for motherhood is not only
;, biological experience, but a di
vine urge of unselfish service. An
appreciation of that service is the
strength of a nation.
Congregational Meeting
The annual congregational meet
Ing of Temple Israel, al which the
elei lion of officers for the ensu-
ing year will take place. Is sched-
uled for Wednesday evening. May
1!i. A buffet supper will be served
al 0:30 p. m.. after which the meet
ing will be held in Kaplan Hall
All members of the temple are
;i~l !! and are hereby reminded thai
rb" by-laws of the temple constitu-
tion require that all members de-
sirous of voting in the election
must have their dues paid to date.
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RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Mrs. Jules Pearlman conducted
i is installation in a very novel
manner, charging each of the In-
coming officers wih their duties
and responsibilities, the Incoming
Officers being Mis. Jacob H.
Kaplan, president; Mrs. Samuel I.
Basker, first vice president; Mrs.
Prank <'or,i. second vice president;
Mrs. Henry D. Williams, recording
secretary: Mrs. Prank A. Perlman,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. Mor-
ris Plant, financial secretary; Mrs.
Harry Nevins. treasurer, and Mrs
Lawrence Sapero. auditor
An elaborate Installation ban-
quet and dance will be given by
the Junior Division of the Y. M.
, ll. A. Monday. May 24, ai the new-
! ly remodeled "Y" Evelyn Jacobs has been app Inted
chairman, aided by a committee
consisting of Thelma Zuckerman,
Mildred Berkowltz. Al Btelnl erg.
Shirley Raskin and Elizabeth
Rosenkrants. Tickets will bn on
sale shortly, reta ling at 11.00 per
couple. Early reservations are
suggested
TYUamL
Y. M. H. A.
For the second sucesslve year
fie v. M H a. carried off hon rs
at the Junior Hadassah May
Queen dance held last Sunday.
first-place honors went to Miss
Evelyn Marks of the Junior Divi-
sion of the Y. M. II. A. and runner-
up honors were taken care of by
Miss Josephine Kclman of the Y.
W. II. A. MISS Iila Engler. rep-
resentlng Beth David, won third-
place honors. Chairman Hannah
Mack and Judges Leo Robinson.
Walter Jacobs and E. Albert Pal
lot are to he commended for this
most enjoyable social success.
Murray and Alan, star performers of stage and screen who will
star in a production of "The Jazz Singer" next Wednesday evening
for the Y. M. H. A.
At I he regular assembly last
Sunday morning, May 2, the birth-
days of the following were cele
brated: Florence Corel. Betty Lie-
bllng, Renee Greenfield, Harriett
Rtesner and Norman Rossman. The
best attendance record was held
by High 8chOOl, Class III (the
(Confirmation class), and the bes(
collection ;, gathered in Inter
mediale. Class IV.
TEMPLE CALENDAR
Sunday morning. May inCon-
firmation.
Friday evening, May ^ G a.lu :
tlon exercises
Saturday morning. May 29Bar
MitZVafa of Leonard Lewis.
Sunday morning, May :'." -Clos-
Ing exer BOS of the Religious
School.
Sunday. June 6Annual Re-
ligious School picnic.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Through the diligent efforts of
our executive director, Horis
Schlacluiian. our good member
Tom Williams cf the Club Bagdad,
will present Murray and Alan, out-
standing entertainers, in the sen-
sational stage and screen produc-
tion, "Tie Jazz Singer." for the
benefit of the v. M. ll. A. Also
featured are Joey Cappo, prince of
clowns; the three Lewis Sisters in
Bweel harmony; Nicholas twins,
dame specialties; Dorothea Claire.
acrobatic dancer; Jerrle Ledere,
soubrette; Ruth Hazen, control
dancer; the Ransdell Dancers, en-
semble direct from Los Angeles,
and the entire Club Bagdad Revue
Th s double leal lire, ladies and
gentlemen, will lake place Wed
nesday, May 12. starting S:"0 p. m.
;tt 111.' Ma M PIS er High School
auditorium, located at l Itb Btreel
and Drexel avenue. Miami Beach.
Admission is 7.". cents and $1.00
pei |..-r- ii. a i eat you will long
remember is in Btore for you.
Hurry and purchase your tickets
for the better seals. Tickets are
on sale at the following locations:
BarnettS, '12-\ N. E. :!n.l avenue;
Rosedale Delicatessen. 170 N. W.
5th street; Max's Delicatessen,
1131 W. Plager street in Miami.
Calling all members, calling all
politicians. On Wednesday, May
Iff. the annual nominations of the
Y. M. II. A. will be held. Don't
he a slacker; pay your dues and
allow yourself the privilege of
vnlclue your approval or disap-
proval in the coming nominations
(Continued on Page s>
n-
o-
SISTERHOOD
-
More than 12.". members and
I. nda of the Temple Israel Sis-
le hood were present at the an-
nual installalion of Sisterhood of-
ficers, which was held at Louis'
Patio Drill on Monday, May ::
A most delightful luncheon was
served, which was followed by a
very impressive program Mrs.
Max Dobrln, traatmistress, pre
sented Mrs. Ralph Folwell In a
group of vocal selections, accom-
panied by Mis- Bpratlln.
Two excellent reports were given
by Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, who re-
counted the accomplishments of
Hi.- Sisterhood during the past
year, and by Mrs. Morris riant,
who. as chairman of the Religious
School, Informed the gathering of
the school's progress and its pro-
gram.
DR. R. S. AKERS
DENTIST
1764 N. W. 36th St.
Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2131
JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA
Conveniently located in th
downtown business, shopping end
theater district. Every room en outside
room with private bath, (no court)
circulating ice water, radio, fan and
bed reading lamp. Suites ol parlor,
bedroom and bath. Superior cuisint
and service in The Patio Grill, and
in The Roosevelt Rendezvous.
All Outi.de Rooms.-No Court
Clretjlailni lc< W*:c, .n every room
p77 Rooms-Smsle with Private Bath $2.00-1
44 Rooms $2.50 55 Rooms $3.00
66 Rooms $3.50 23 Rooms $4.00
11 Suites: Parlor Bedroom Bath $6.00
24 Sample Rooms with Private Bath $4.00
Slight Uvtan la Rmi Dovblv Occupancy
Lv,iT AlOecllva Weekly and Monlkly B.I..1
|A r?ob*rt R. Meyer Hotel
When you're nervous they tell you to
Easy advice to give, but mighty hard to ft. U
You will find it much easier to relaxto ov. .-
come Sleeplessness. Nervous Irritability, Rest-
lessness, Nervous Headache after you take
N DR. MILES' W
ERVIINt
DR. MILES NERVINE is a well known nerve
sedative. Although the formula from which it
was made has been in use for nearly 60 years,
no better medicine for a tense, over-wrought
nervous condition has ever been
DR. MILES NERVINE is as up-to-date
as this morning's paper.
At all drug stores.
Large bottle or package $1.00.
Small bottle or package25 cents.
IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM
KOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET
METAL WORKS
Inspection and Estimates Free
222 N. W. 26th St, Phone 2-3705
While Oak Leather
LADIES' HEELS ......15c
HALF SOLES............50c
ATLAN1IC SHOE SHOP
210 N. E. First Avenue
Opp. Cortez Hotel
DIRECTORS:
RABBI S. WRUBEL
MRS. S. WRUBEL
For Jewish Boys and Girls
CAMP ILLAHEE
BREVARD, N. C.
Situated in 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, de'inhtful food
With 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.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday. May ?. 1937
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• Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, May : ; %  I I %  ef SOCIETY %  %  %  %  %  • • %  %  I '•I %  i 1i r i. ; i %  '.: %  :. .:. : %  :. %  %  • %  %  I-. r %  "•! I %  } %  %  .: % %  %  ',!. %  %  %  % %  %  %  r | ;, .. n Bron • ia n I %  til l.', I%  II I,fj 'llH '" S NORRIS €XOUISIT€ CANDI€S f %  %  | E • %  OK • : it i • SCHRAGER DRUG CO., Inc. 1001 W. Flagler Street Phone 2070/ iiu ml no mi II i nil mil %  %  %  M l .'. • %  f'OUl | .]<-:: •.' today. M at 2 • at thi Mi 7 Pine Tree Maml I rhen I ; • %  %  ng pan %  %  %  :. %  Hat '•' %  Ral| '. I: • • %  : | • J : -.• ti • BenJ :'.-:.' • ( I i • • Mrs I %  : • mill be in XI i Tan Epul • • Phi • %  •> L'nheriy of M r-oi ... %  •• ,. j.,. • 'if Bei %  %  i %  ndii nto • %  •. organlzatloi • \ I' %  • i ,. r. !., %  • • Alpha Beta • ter ol tl < %  I'hl : ati n •• % %  nai i. I;K ELECT A.D.H. Fossey 'i earn ;i Miaiuian i o n llonesl Tried • onsrh-nl ions. A limn's prom ises are ivorfli no more lliun bin past actions and performances. Il'uld Political Ad) H %  %  %  Ii %  %  May '.< • M • • %  the themi • %  • '. H< %  %  IVllenSi • Rul R %  %  Em er p tic al • %  • %  • •. rectoi the i onsre A Ki nerer the prim i;.al ad f the < ••::.•-' Following the .--••. ro .ms %  OKI egatl • T • %  publii ted l ttei • # • 1 Myers left Monday it I ilness trip to New Y'.ir: • • • %  Spe ial nervicen marking 'he unt • no •• %  i •'> the • • lati J aaa Bi i be held In the G Mlam Je Ce i tei y \--<>< latlon n Thursday evening, May l". at Beth I ia\ 'i Tal i IM! Torah al o'clock. This event will also mark Hie formal closing of the year's activities ni ili cepted f r any length of it I nnouni <-il Mrs .( Gerald Lew and Mrs. Louis I Li ii z are co-chairmen In t annual ihifi luncheon of Senior 1 M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-16(51 GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION I)U (T 1 Ol O ALL NORTHBOUND HUsSSES LEAVE FROM "• *J"lt?l£ 31 r> Washinirton Avenue IIIIIIIIIIM.1i. > %  %  •III IIIIIMMIIMMIM I iiiiinminiii E. G O R D O N Jewish Rituals Vice-President CARTER & WIXSOM, Inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 514 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-SI21 Residence Phone 2-1398 %  ZCLUBIVE ROOMS FOR JEWISH (ASKS Baby Week Special! A RATTLING GOOD LAYETTE Knit B-nders with Ties 2 6c Sleeveless Shirts. 1, 2 and 3 26c Standard Quality Diapers. 27x27 Doz. 36c Flannelette Kimonos 36 c Button Back Gowns. Raglan sleeves 5 6c Hand-Made Dresses. Sizes 0 to 6 mo 5 6c Hand-Made Slips. Sizes 0 to 6 mo 1 6c Wool Knit Sacques. Pink or Blue 86c Wool Moccasins. Pink or Blue 2 6c Fringe Shawls. White, Pink, Blue 1 .16 Quilted Pads. 17x18 inches 1 6c Sturdified Rubber Sheet. 36x54 inches 86c Receiving Blankets. Cotton. 27x36 inches 26c Cotton Crib Blankets. 36x50 inches 86c Crib Sheets. White only 5 6 c Baby Pillows. 12x16. Pink, Blue 1 .16 Knit and Terry Beach Blankets 86c Knit Wash Cloths. 2 to package l Gc Bathinette with Dressing Table 3.96 Spring Scale with Wicker Basket .3.36 Well-made Crib. Ivory or Maple 9.36 Mattress to fit above crib 3.9G Nursery Jar Sets E ach 86c BURDINE'S FOURTH FLOOR Burdine's i-Ai



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Friday, May 7, 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seven BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D 6996 Albacore Drive—5-9875 MIAMI BEACH and on the Iieuch at Washington Drug Company, Washington avenue ;iii(l 5th, and Clinton II itel, •_'.. Wash ngton avenue RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St.— 2-9548 MIAMI One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morning throughout the year. ooCONGREGATIONAL This Friday evening, May 7. al is p. m.. Dr. Kaplan will Bpeak n "Motherhood, the Strength of. a \ lion." The services will be COI1ncted by Rabbi Zwltman, and the ung people's choir will chant t .• esponse. In anticipation of Mothers' Day. the subject treated In Dr. Kaplan's sermon will be of utmost interest to all. for motherhood is not only ;, biological experience, but a di vine urge of unselfish service. An appreciation of that service is the strength of a nation. Congregational Meeting The annual congregational meet Ing of Temple Israel, al which the elei lion of officers for the ensuing year will take place. Is scheduled for Wednesday evening. May 1!i. A buffet supper will be served al 0:30 p. m.. after which the meet ing will be held in Kaplan Hall All members of the temple are ;i~l noSISTERHOOD More than 12.". members and I. nda of the Temple Israel Sisle hood were present at the annual installal ion of Sisterhood officers, which was held at Louis' Patio Drill on Monday, May :: A most delightful luncheon was served, which was followed by a very impressive program Mrs. Max Dobrln, traatmistress, pre sented Mrs. Ralph Folwell In a group of vocal selections, accompanied by MisBpratlln. Two excellent reports were given by Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, who recounted the accomplishments of Hi.Sisterhood during the past year, and by Mrs. Morris riant, who. as chairman of the Religious School, Informed the gathering of the school's progress and its program. DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST 1764 N. W. 36th St. Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2131 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA • Conveniently located in th downtown business, shopping end theater district. Every room en outside room with private bath, (no court) circulating ice water, radio, fan and bed reading lamp. Suites ol parlor, bedroom and bath. Superior cuisint and service in The Patio Grill, and in The Roosevelt Rendezvous. All Outi.de Rooms. -No Court Clretjlailni lc< W*:c, .n every room p77 Rooms-Smsle with Private Bath $2.00-1 44 Rooms $2.50 55 Rooms $3.00 66 Rooms $3.50 23 Rooms $4.00 11 Suites: Parlor Bedroom Bath $6.00 24 Sample Rooms with Private Bath $4.00 Slight Uvtan la Rmi Dovblv Occupancy Lv,i T AlOecllva Weekly and Monlkly B.I..— 1 |A r?ob*rt R. Meyer Hotel When you're nervous they tell you to Easy advice to give, but mighty hard to ft. U You will find it much easier to relax—to ov. .come Sleeplessness. Nervous Irritability, Restlessness, Nervous Headache after you take N DR. MILES' W— ERVIINt DR. MILES NERVINE is a well known nerve sedative. Although the formula from which it was made has been in use for nearly 60 years, no better medicine for a tense, over-wrought nervous condition has ever been DR. MILES NERVINE is as up-to-date as this morning's paper. At all drug stores. Large bottle or package — $1.00. Small bottle or package—25 cents. IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM KOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Inspection and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 26th St, Phone 2-3705 While Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLAN1IC SHOE SHOP 210 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel DIRECTORS: RABBI S. WRUBEL MRS. S. WRUBEL For Jewish Boys and Girls CAMP ILLAHEE BREVARD, N. C. Situated in 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, de'inhtful food With 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.



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^Jewish Floncilam COMBING T/he JtBWKSlh HJUlUlty V, I HI—No. ]!l MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 7. 1'.'::? Price Five Ci nta THE WORLD'S WINDOW PAGANISM AT THE MOVIES By LUDWIO LEWISOHN This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement will he prosecuted. int; for the pagan. Hence the drunken husband, desperate over his healing, walks one fine Bunaei evening Into the sea. Bui note again the crude pagan motivation. lie does sii in order thai ins wife may not give up her "career." Success is Hie only god. Success Is iin' Idol. Sinci'ss without any regard in its quality, to. its virtue, in any permanent consideration. si rip ''ii success, I'.nn.ii effectiveness, Raw power of which ihe symbols again arc brute physical iiiinus newspaper picture, crowds in a siaic of stupid adulation. aid questions asked ami, among Jewels, cars, houses. In i Is world This is an mi article, written in.i In my study hut in the offices ol the Seycn Arts in New York. I allies, plays, people all a little confusing to one who las almost become a yeshuvnlk and who reuaids ihe ureut city and nil that it contains with a certain mixture il awe and wonder. Anil there have heeu speaking enuauements ethers, til" question has been asked the very intelligent and very searching question how precisely i< that paganism t he defined that is realising in the world ami that is the Common enemy of all those lo whom might he ap piled tie phrase Invented by the nt French novelist, Jules Bomalns: men of good will. I think I found one answer at the ni' vies the other night one very pertinent and very shocking answer. Misguldedly I was taken to Radio City, it is magnificent and all this magnificence houses MM i j. All this splendor as of a i. in. ie of the ancient world is made to contain tie fodder of fir Is. VV( rsi than fools, as you shall see, The film that was Bhowlng was i HIII d "A Star Is Mom." Net •! I there are not ami must not he any inner satisfactions nor any graces of the heart nor any turning away if Inn for a moment from the limits of tie world or any implication of any Judgment thai the crass and Ugly prizes of this crass and hideous world are not all sufflcing, Are we defining paganism? it seems i me thai we are. Bear with thai sorry story for another moment. The starlet Is %  A lef-strlcken. she has no heart leit fur her work, she win now retire in earnest, she will now indeed abandon the world. Will she? on the scene appears liei grandmother, her village grandthi". and asks: "Are yi u going to be a quitter?" Oh, yes, lit rally, ihe grandmother front 'he say that it was no morning Star j v| „ age ., .. swe ir am! efficient old i leatill". USks jn-l that No, need thai was meant, no new planet swimming int % %  the siuhi ol men'.' less m say. the Btarlel will h. in NO. it was a movie star a queen(|11 ,,,.,. S |„. RO es en ami on ami "' % % %  f>"> 8 She was born In m n h g (! ,,,_,,,. ,., i|m R ,. v :| viiiai-. si.was born among an( fi m ,,„,„. .,,„, h „ | inp i| t n Ilu poor ami simple. No. only, t|on |g f0| ,,.,. ,,,.., ,,„„. ,„ i,.,,. 1 -' "' '"'' '" h "' man history, Bince 'he pagans of the simple i f min I V.*/ 1 : Lauderdale Jews Organize Center Attended by more than 70 of tin residents of Ft. Lauderdale, Dania and Hollywood, an enthusiastic meeting was held in the City C III mission rooms Ol the Ft. Lauderdale city Hall last Tuesday night. Rabbi Column Zwitman of Temple Israel. Miami, and Milton A. Fried man. attorney and secretaty of thi B'nal B'rlth Lodge at Miami, mad. stirring add 1 esses, A permanent organisation was formed, to be known as the Jewish Center. Of ficers chosen were: Abe Newman president; L. Sandier, vice presl dent; Mrs, L. Bandell, secretary; Abe MarkowitZ, treasurer; Mes dames Bobbins, Iteiss and Uliime, and Messrs. Lehrer, Brown, Blei ner, Sterling and Kaufman, directors. Following the sii ring Bd dresses a fund of one thousand dollars was raised in addition in r>1l the ; lumhlng donated by Mr. Mark wits for the erection 11 n Bynagogue and community een'er in the near fi'iire. A n I'II c the board of directors ill be held Monday, May 1". anil will !• I | lowed by a social meeting on Tues day evening, May 18. Yeshiva Colleae Eliminates Mid Year Examination N"e\v York i\YNSi Seeking to raise scholarship standards, Veshl va College announced the e'lm'na li' n of mid-year evnrHnnt'ons i f feeiive in September The two -'. • h break in classes it mld-vp will be rtde I to tin lenclil-R i ourse. T: e PI :i. %  : %  i:i a's i boost the trades requ'reri 'or a •' honors, siimnin %  tint land uoiniT only t BI idcnts with Grade A in v. p "• cent of I courses ami no marks less than I'. b'tt Simpll Ity ot heart is beautiful. i it ;es can he sine Ie o( hear', rm this sort ot simplicity of mind linn is glorified on the silver screen iIsnorance and stupidity; it is I :i I "ven; il is the lowest om'nator i f the eterni I in. %  old knew Infinitely better of course that that waj lie contentment ami happiness and the ful! lilltneui of life. The Nazis Will not hear of fail tire. The pagan must su i I And he must tain his ends wit!: i tit ever examining the value of those ends under any eternal | I shall make the long and fool. | ;|li ( I ||H W „, „,„ ,„. „ ,,„!,,„,ih to.y short. For It Is the moral even th0U g h quitting would mean ,I|; i ••'" concerned with. The Bav : ng lne i| V es of men, saving the 'SDH t stardom In Hollywood nds the man of her bean and lim. II '. alas, drinks to ii tes : adness, to bestial iv. (Among the pagans His is considered an amiable weakness. Fot the feeblemindedness by which II i normally accompanied is considered the right and proper slate ot man.) The starlet sticks to her drunken husband, which is well enough: she plans lo give up the Bi teen in order lo devote herse'f l" his salvation and for a moment ilu story in its simple and humble way tends toward a touch of moral soundness, But that must not be T : ana'] III' I) WOUld not endi"" thai nor pay its pennies lo be mad" i MI that. There must be no peace of the world, Baving his own soul. His truth is pragmatic That is true which succeeds. That is tue which conquers, prenlls. seems Btrong. He wants the world He wants power, wealth, terril' ry. He wants things. He will sit some dav among their ashes. And Ihe ashes will be ill his heart anil Ihe ashes will be in his moulh. Ami he may learn again the virtu, of renunciation and the truth of the defeat of victory, it will be late It will be too late. The pagan mob thai sees Ih" film "A Slav Is Horn" is set vi nrl nusly upon Ihe same end. Its id••' is the world and Ihe conquest % %  ihe mere world. Tim ancestors of thai mob In New York both ot such thing as renunciation; there f „ T(1US .,,„] ,„• the Christians must he no such thing as a true; would have had some gleam cf nn wisdom of the bean. That is noth (Continued on Page Rl ilLh Happy was the thought that brought into practice for at least once a year the idea oi honoring Mother. Though tc the Jewish people this thought seems strange. For, do r.ot our sages, our every rule of life tell us to honor our father an'' mother at all times? Do we need to repeat the age-old story of the noted Sa-e of Israel who hearing his mother coming, rose and said "the 'Shechina' approaches." Can any of the moderns point to a higher conception of womanhood, particularly of motherhood, than that of the Jewish faith? Yet, need it be said, that even we are too prone to for get. How many of us, when it is too late, remember Mo*ber onl" to say the "KaAlish?" Ard. if the truth be told, how i~ar*' even h ar e ir Mia^i hnvfr.-'r>rj this dutv of recitinothe "Fft'Wsh" too hard and toe difficult Indeed. &f 's a hnriv tnovm-bt to honor Mother, if only one day a year. Shekel Campaign Begins Here Plans for one ol tinmost Inten sive campaigns in the history oi Qreatei Miami wenm ide ; > en roll at leasi five t lousund Sack. payers in the Create. Miiihi area iii the naii n-wide endeavor to raise five hundred thousand Sin kI payers In the United States, al a meeting ot the local Zionist Distrlct hist Monday ;..^iit at Be h David Talmud Torah. Repros ntalives oi city-wide n;ga:iizatlons were present end ; ed; ed their support. Mr. Hatty Z ikemlck was named < hairtnan o the Greater Miami Shekel I! i.r.i rirl assisting him will be; Rabb' Max Shapiio, Rabbi lacob H. K i; Ian, i: il bl c l man Zwltman, Rabbi Abraham \ Kellm ". Me rs I"il L!bern?an, l"i, Robinson, .1. M. Upton, II Slmonhoff. .1. M. Kop 'lowltz, S .1 ney Segall, In. Lei n a. !>r A. E. Rosenl tal, IK Mix Pep: i r Ah %  Aronowitz, Ja I; Aug ist, Mi yei Schwartz, Cantor I! is S man, I. L Mint er, M. B. Fr n i: i LeVIre ilaLevin. \. Adi I m in. II. M Dre i h. \. Kr me f 1 I B. A. I'allot. Baron de Hlrsch Mi • r. ;•• Bl k .1 C or'/ <•' %  • ;. %  '• I •' • • .1. II '••• %  'dan. I. is Dor bin, Sadye c Rose, Ida Optner, N Adelman, Palj %  v t I I, Mi t-.On A.ilele Segall, Sam S'l %  nd"'l. la on Elkln, i "i Ensteln, Isidor •' hen, sol it"' irt, Davl i I, Ro • i bloom, Rose Weiss, I. M. V\'ein stein. Mor'ls Plant. Mart n Ra't on| i-'lrv st ne. II the Shekel Hoard will be al ^t? \V"s'd""fm street, Miami Peach; : hone •" I'71. -..•,,. Grenter Mliml s %  Icel cam algn will b' in i'h a I meet i\ to he held shortly to be addressed by outstanding s] •'•. % %  %  and containing an nteresting |i" [gram, in charge of arrangements for this iir.smeeting is Mrs. Miiiy Grossman, who will !• si-ted by a iommlttee c n cf re; resent itives ol each zat Ion in i ie Greater Miami an a Full details of ti is meeting will appear in our next is'. Jewish News Around the World New Irish Constitution Guarantees Jewish Religious and Educational Rights Dublin, Ii eland IWNS) Thenew constitution for Ireland announced I by Presidenl Bamon de Valera is %  rega ded by the Jews of Ireland as guaranteeing them complete equal I Ity and they heartily approve 11 it. The specific recognition "f the Jewish religion and the guarantee of fr lom of conscience and tie profession and practice ot religion contained in the c nstilution are seen as effective baragainst a i posed legislative curbs m she tah. Although the Catholic Church • s given special standing, the con stHutlcn forbids .he endowing of any n liu'i' n or the Imposltl n ol any labilities or the musing ol inj discrimination on the ground ol e Iglous profession, belieor status Provlsl n is also made fot Ihi enualltv of Jewish Bchools In Paragraph ol Article II which stoles tint "legislation providing slate Rid for schools shall mil iliscrlmlnati between schools inder the management of different religl us denominations, nor be such as to • t prejudicially the tight of any child to attend a school receiving nubile money without attending • %  Keious instruction at that sehO' I." Ibis parasraph exempts Jewish i hlldren rrom Catholic religious Instruction in schools where such training Is given. Thi same para graph also provides thnl "ever" Hlions denomination shall have Ih" el,, t manage Its own a'fa' p s legalizing Kehlllahs, to "own. %  --<• %  iii-%  and administer prooerlv, :n.."aid" a"d Immov ible, and inaintiin Institutions tor religious or charitable purposes. Th property • w re'ixlous il >nominatl n or anv educational Institution shall %  • %  | diverted save for nee satv •• irks %  i public utility ami on payin oi i e p< nsation." The equal Standing of all citizens is ree i: nized. Y.M.H.A. Sponsors "Jazz Singer" Play The YOUng Mills Hebrew Asso riation 's sponsoring an evening i t entertainment unique in local histiey next Wednesday evening May i^. beginning at S o'clock at the Ida M. Fisher High School auditorium, Miami Beach. Murray and Alan will be starred In "The Jazz Singer' with the noted Yiddish actors, the Josenhson Family assisting. In the cast will he Muti ray Howard, Alan Howard, Mr Joseph-en, Mis. .Isephson. Jerry Josephson, Mrs. Hilda Markow tz I Toady and Carl Gardner. A large Choir will : Bhow, in add. Pennsylvania Llnviersity Changes Mind About Sending Delegate To Goettingen \ Philadelphia tWNS) The I'niversity ol Pennsylvania has changed its mind about being 'senti rl at the bicentenary celebration ot Goettingen University. President Thomas S. Gates said that since Dr. Daniel G. Shuinway. profess r of i : %  rman, ho had been asked to represent Pennsylvania because he was planning to visit Germany this summer, had cancelled his proposed visit, the university had decided not to name another delegate. lion lo the feature i lay cf the I IN nlng. Admission will be 7."> cents and $1.00. The public Is meed to iii' nd —



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I'. g< Elgbt THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday. May ?. 1937 AFORTUME? %  %  %  • %  -• 'i • %  %  so! • %  .: %  • %  '' • %  1 terest in 1 lust begui A will bi e interest %  1. •:, %  %  • • til • %  %  • Igarette 1 • • ... • lal Old field ],"*'•'• nd n-L'iilatfoi •.•-. %  • 1 the w i 11 b<• I n 1 %  • %  '* no %  ,, |i -...,| • • %  Hi • |i • • 1 ).!<-%  111 • 1 Y. M. H. A. NOTES '' i 1 7 %  and • • %  • %  • • %  %  • 2 \ %  %  %  fid in 1 All i: • ... in Have you obtained VOID set ol blotters of Greater Miami Jewish celebrities? Phone 2 1141 JACKSONVILLE ..4 In M....I... BEACHES Jacksonville's Leadina Hotel '7w H'nus.-jif'!';'. JACKSONVILLE J FLORIDA CARNEII A'.'D'E /, 5 *.•, %  .-,. %  ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT .1 din ensrj-.r-i, fireproof hotel m the heerl ol down, town Jeckionvrllc Every room wild tub end I :Gwc. loll wetei, (cilir j len. red 1 -, I'e'.lcd tjmmcr door Every Bed with mnertpnnj inf'trc'.l end reeding lemp. Rjnnmg ice we'er on every lljor AIR CONDITIONED COCKTAIL LOUNGE COKEf SHOP OINING AND WEE UNO ROOMS Rete...Sin 5 !e w.lh Prrv.le Bald 78 Room $9.00 80 Room. $?50 40 Roo.-i-. S3 CO %  24 Room. Ji 50 10 Staple ROOM "I* Rleett B.th S4.00 — Slieril iniree,. lor double occupancy •Vc-en's Division To Entertain Mc;-e-s Tuesday. May 11 • • 1 the guest! r the Y %  H %  -."••--: 5. startlng Eleanor 5 ftrtunati Ddeed n • en Major • %  • Others • %  • %  %  lllSt :. • AUS%  %  %  '.'.' : %  ?arah dance; Phil Welni %  .. %  %  : %  • mo ac.... Bring 1 %  • real en : 'ij • ble evei ng' ei • %  • •• Ri ; r vided by Mrs Jul Wilt •. Welnkle wan named man f the v ball team to succeed Mai Goldstein, resigned. The World's Window C< ntinui Page 1 • .. ._ %  : %  :.• : 1 | | •. • well with human ted In the tale Q thi • %  havi me feelin { I ra 1 %  -A uld have re • • %  ind thi mans men 1 nfess : ind martyrs ho rid and its prizes well t for at :..• •••:iKii end, fur some ity and some trul and holiness and some inner satisfaction. They would have remem be the w< rid and all itwoi vanishing and vain Where thai memory fails we bav< m, • %  vihave darkness, w< have desti ui tlon fii si ol t le soul, next nf the body. Jews must p < moi ••• Christ %  usl IJ: eserve I hal meraoi y No 1 • must do more than 1 resen • We must make II a living force IC yrlghl 1937 by >-\-n Arts Featui e Se vii e 1 -ELECTRED CROSS DEPAfsTOR£ 51 EAST FLAGLER ST. MAKE MOTHER HAPPY with CANDY SHOES fov MEN: WOMEN! ^ and CHIlDkiH ?[nmnct$ 30 N.E. FIRST 139 SEYBOLD ARCADE Nothing is too good for Mother, so don't let her special day go by without a remembrance. A splendid gift that will really express your love is one of our special Mother's Day packages of NATIONALLY FAMOUS CANDIES John W. DuBose TO YOUR CITY COMMISSION "A MAN OF INTEGRITY HONESTY AND FORESIGHT" "I'd. Political Ail 1 NOTICE: To Participants in OLD GOLD'S $200,000.00 Contest BEWARE OF CONTEST TIPSTERS HC I I L PA I I I N C*i--*l. I." TA .'.'ja A' i I H POUND Hoi.l T MOK I D(?OI o Don't put your money or your trust in those "dope sheets" claiming to give the solutions to the Old Gold puzzles I N EVERY important prize contest persons step forward offering to sell contestants solutions, answers and advice. This has happened in the OLD GOLD $200,000.00 PUZZLE CONTEST. Solutions to the OLD COLD Puzzles are being offered for saltin various parts of the country. We want to emphasize that P. Lorillard Company is in no way responsible for such solutions, and that the persons offering such solutions to the puzzles have no connection with this Company nor any inside knowledge as to the correct answers. The contestant who blindly buys and uses such solutions may well throw away his chances in the contest. Contest closes May 15,1937. All entries or submissions must be postmarked by or before midnight of that date. Play fair with yourself and with other contestants. Trust your own skill rather than tipsters. This advertisement is published in a spirit of fairness to all who are participating in the OLD GOLD CONTEST. P. LORILLARD COMPANY, Inc. (Established 1760 ) Makers of Double-Mellow Old Gold Cigarettes %  dCi