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The Jewish Floridian ( January 14, 1938 )

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# e Jewish Flondfidun Osama* Tlhe Jewiislh njmitiy ## Volume 11.—No2 THE WORLD'S WINDOW By LUDWIG LEWISOHN The view* expressed by LudO— wig Lewisohn in his column aie his own and do not necessarily reflect the policies or attitude of our publication. Reproduction in whole or In part strictly forbidden. MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1938 Price Five Cents While in benighted imperialist England there still exists an,d still functions his Majesty's loyal opposition and while in America there is a vast amount of self-recollection and re-direction of effort on the part of libertarians, that is to Bay, men and women who know that liberty means flexibility and flexibility, life, and that the denial of liberty and flexibility mean death —while these things are, the Stalinist dictatorship continues to meet criticism, opposition and its own nightmares by the firing-squad. It goes farther and farther, purging astronomical Institutes, arresting and threatening to expel German Jewish physicians whom it had once invited and who, with the pathetic gratitude of Jewish fugitives, were doubtless ready to be loyal to l!i• isi• ever redder banners. In all lands Jewish youth had the reputation of being intelligent. Too intelligent, said the Nazis, and too precocious for normal competition. Judging from recent developments in Germany the Germans were, of course, quite right, though the implied compliment to Jews is smallBut everything seems to be failing in this age—including the once highly esteemed intelligence of the youth of our people. For here a group of young Jews send me a new magazine called "The Jewish Youth Journal" and ask me for an opinion or a commendation, for encouragement, and ask me for that in the handsomest terms. I want them to know that I have recently done my very best to start, to get going, a library of small and charm ing books for youth, for bur Jewish youth, and that, alas, the whole scheme seems to be floundering on the part of American Jewry. But I have tried. The needs of our Jewish youth are never far from my thought. But what am I to say to this "Jewish Youth Journal?" It Is empty, puerile, in the lowest ranks of Anglo-Jewish journalism and the only positive thing is the stealthy support of a Communist theatre and a communist-controlled organization. If one had any tears left, one might well weep. There was a time not so very long ago when I was a little sorry and a little disappointed at the turning away from me and my influence of a considerable section of Jewish youth—the section more or less known as radical, that is to say, pre-soviet. (Not even Communist, for there is a grandeur in that Marxian Uream of the withering away of the State—) But that time is over. For this matter is no longer a matter of the free intelligence; dark forces of Masochism and Jewish self-hatred are at work here, of a desire to lose the self and so in this instance the Jewish self in a mob bent under a lash. If you will not read me—if you will not read "The Permanent Horizon" and "Trumpet of Jubilee," read the new book by Aldous Huxley, "Ends and Means." He says nothing, nothing at all that I haven't said or that from another angle my friend Joseph Wood Krutch didn't say in his brilliant little book "Was Europe a Success." But Huxley is an Englishman and a member of a most distinguished family of British intellectuals with a reputation of having been something of a radical himself. He is moreover, though he tries very hard to keep it out of this particular book, an instinctive anti-Semite and even here insists on dragging in a few quite uncritical phrases conceriug the "broze-age" Hebrews and their horrid tribal God, selling himself, so to speak, quite anachronistical^ from his point of view to the so-called higher criticism of the Bible which is now seen to be, of course, a physical trick of deliberate devaluation on the part o£ its proponentsRead Aldous Huxley, then, if you will not read me. Believe him if he seems more worthy of belief than I. Good ends cannot be compassed by evil means. The means become the end. You cannot create equality by terror nor freedom by the tiring-squad nor inner health by outer force nor ultimate free men by present enslavement. You can not. The terror of the Jacobins was responsible for Napoleonic imperialism and the wars and slaughters of a quarter of a century and the resurgence of nationalistic paronla and Mussolini and Hitler. Suppression and terror, exile and firing-squads are the oldest things in the whole world—the oldest, the most wretched, found wanting a thousand times. Is there anything new under the sun? Is there anything new and hopeful for young Jews There is. Curiously enough there is—the one thing in all the world. There is an ancient people trying to get back its own land, trying to go home out of the Increasingly pagan wilderness of the world, determined to regain that land or some adequate portion of it by purchase and tillage, by creative re-settlement, neither by force (as even the Purltans wrung the land from the I-n dians) nor by fraud as strong and clever Western nations have often taken their lands from primitive peoples. No, by redemption and justice and the finding of new and better ways of human life. Are you determined, young Jews, to dwell largely on the mere plane of economic life? Well, there are the Kvuzoth in Palestine where young men and women have found new ways of both economic and social life; there is the Keren Kayemeth, the Jewish National Fund which represents the one and only economic instrumetality anywhere in this age that is at one and the same time ethically sound and practically effective. Have I said all this before? Then I have said it beforeI shall also say it again. And others will say It again. And we shall say It and must say It over and over again until our Jewish youth seeks no more what idols in what pagan mar ket-places it can worship with foolish dance and dissonant timbrels. Until it comes home. Until it knows isterioriorly the tragedy of being a dor ha-midbar, a desert-generation, destined to perish in the deaWhen Help Is Needed We are indeed thankful that there were some thoughtful men and women who responded to our appeal for funds for the Jewish Welfare Bureau last week and sent in donations approximating two hundred dollars. We wish that some of our good readers would have been present at a special meeting of the Jewish Welfare Bureau last Sunday morning. Gathered were men in all walks of life—some who would have enjoyed sleeping a little longer on Sunday morning—others who certainly missed their golf and bathing beaches—though there were some who could have been taught a thing or two by our sages of old in matters of charity—in matters of self control—we were INDELIBLY IMPRESSED with the all important fact—they were there because they realized there were others less fortunate than they—who needed— and needed that aid IMMEDIATELY. A mother—a father—two children—one girl bedridden with rheumatic fever of the heart that necessitated living In Miami—that required special food and particular care—and yet the father was unable to obtain permanent employment—What would you have done if you were in charge of the Bureau? A middle aged respectable couple always earning their own way through life's bitter struggles—the husband a sufferer from heart trouble that neressitates his staying in Miami and prevents him from working—his wife must take care of him—rhildren themselves on relief funds—What would you have done if you were In charge of the Bureau, A father—mother and child—the child a sufferer from double mastoids that forced their removal to Miami, and now down with bronchial pneumonia—the husband a barber but unable to obtain his local license particularly because of Inability to pay the fees required— mother about to give birth to another childWhat would you have done if you were in charge of the Bureau? Certainly—you would have given Immediate relief as the Bureau did —but where in the name of decency and common humanity is the Bureau going to obtain its funds If you, and you, and you—are going to sit Idly by, enjoy the comforts of life, sit supinely by and forget that (Continued on page 8) Lodge Banquet to Be Gala Event Final plans were adopted for the banquet of the local B'nai Brith Lodge which will be held at the Hotel Evans Tuesday night, January 18th, beginning at 7:15 o'clock. Several speakers of note will be heard in three minute addresses ; with the total speaking limited to j thirty minutes for the entire even| ing. Community singing will be I led by Leo Eisenstein a member I of the arrangements committee and several numbers will be presented during the evening. During the course of the evening motion picI Hires will be taken of the guests | attending. The officers of the Lodge headed by Elry Stone, presI ident 'will be formally inducted into office with brief but impres' sive installation services. Follow: ing tlie dinner and entertainment dancing will be enjoyed in the | Spanish Ballroom of the hotel until an early hour of the morning. Reservations are being received by members of the committee at the | D.fices of the Banquet Committee Joint Campaign Purposes Stated As part of the general American campaign for immediate relief and reconstruction work among the refugees from Germany and the Jews of Poland and Roumania, as well as other Central and Eastern European countries, a local campaign is to be opened here on January 30th, it was announced by Baron De Hirsch Meyer, chairman for Miami Beach, and D. J. Apte, chairman for Miami. The local United Jewish Campaign is part of the nation-wide campaign for *9,.'>000,000 is being conducted throughout the United States ami Canada by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and the I'nited Palestine Appeal, and is face toward the Canaan of its own erts of the world; until it sets its redemption. ELRY STONE New president of Sholem Lodge B'nai Brith, who will be installed at the Banquet next Tuesday. 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, and all those desiring to attend are urged to make immediate reservations. Tha motion pictures of this event will be exhibited during a special showing sometime in FebruaryAs a feature of the evening's entertainment, Joel Belov first violinist of the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra under Leopold Stokowski and first violinist of the Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra un der Arturo Toscaninl will be heard in a composition of his own, a free transcription of the famous Yiddish folk song "Auf'n Prlpetchik," and "The Spanish Dance." TUNE IN SUNDAY MORNING AT 9 The Jewish Floridian will again present another in its series of weekly broadcasts this coming Sunday morning: over Station WKAT (1500 k.c.) at 9 o'clock. It's full of interesting: news and comments and music. DAY J. APTE Chairman for Miami and Coral Gables of United Jewish Appeal. devoted to alleviate the intense suffering of East European Jewry and rebuilding communities in Europe and Palestine. "Americans have never been deaf to the sufferings of other less privileged people," said Mr. Meyer in announcing the campaign. "It is our proud record that we helped the people of Belgium, the victims of floid and famine in China, the sufferers in Armenia and the Near East, the victims of devastating earthquakes in Japan. "Disaster has now come not a'one to the Jews in Germany, but to hundreds of thousands who have always considered themselves as Christians, who are now excluded from citizenship rights and the privilege of working for their bread in the Germany of today. "So too with regard to the more than one million Jews who are literally starving to death In Poland, the other hundreds of thousands in Roumania, Lativa, Lithunla and other countries overseasWe helped to rescue these people from the war and post war anarchy. We must now stand by them so that they can rebuild their lives." Outlining the problems with which the Joint Distribution Committee must cope this year, Mr. Meyer declared: "In face of the ever growing distress in Eastern and Central Europe, contributions must be enenlarged beyond anything given in the past. Only 306,000 Jews remain in Germany. In 1933 there were more than half a million. But those remaining are less able than ever to care for their own needs. Their own resources In the past three years have steadily dwindled. More and more they must look to America for assistance. If they (Continued on page 8)



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Friday, January 14, 1938 THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti IFIariidliam PUBLISHED EVERT ntlDAT P. O. Box OTt PLANT AND OFFICE8 21 8. W. Second Avenue Phone* 2-1141; 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. 8HOCHET. Circulation Mnm*r BaUred • ••eond clui mttr July 4. 1910. .t th Peat Offic. at Miami, Plorid*. under the Act of March I. 18711. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Repreaentative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Repreaen/ati • ORLANDO DORIS 8. HELLER Repreacntatire TAMPA MRS. JAY MARKOWITZ Repreaentatiye SUBSCRIPTION III Month!.. On Tear .11.00 -itoe THE NEED FOR A FEDERATION Dade Federal Elects Officers Joseph M. Lipton was re-elected president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami at the annual meeting of tne share holders on Tuesday, January 4, 1938. The president in his annual message to the shareholders of the institution said: "The year 1937 that has just passed, hrought this Association among the first few of the largest institutions in the State of Florida. Its acivities have resulted in the placing of approximately 300 loans during the past year, a large number of them for the construction of new residences and other properties, which created a demand for labor and building supplies, and helped create the prosperous sltuation in the Greater Miami area that has prevailed during the past year. JDC Funds Enable 58,661 Tots to Stay at Health Camps in Poland "As of December 31, 1934 the assets of this Association were somewhat less than $75,000.00 as compared to over $2,300,000 as of December 31, 1937. This increase in For years there has been a tendency towards Federation of Charities p articularly is this true of large cities where duplication of effort has been so great that the very purposes assets has been due to the confifor which organizations were formed had been destroyed and emasculated Perhaps the pleasure of direct giving .... the joy of helping and knowing the individual whom you have aided has been a deterrent factor in the formation and amalgamation of charitable organizations w e have been hesitant in agreeing to remove this incentive to charity from the individual • Yet we in Miami have a problem ever increasing .... ever growing .... and not to be denied M iami is essentially a tourist city a nd will remain so for some time to come t hough some of our tourists, too few in number, are liberal, the problem is one that confronts not them but the resident Jew t he Jew who makes his home here the entire year d aily we are beset by appeals from every possible source m eschulochim c ollectors .... representatives of every kind knock at our doors s ome represent good causes o thers causes that are mere figments of the imagination s ome representatives are dignified and respectful .... others are abusive and disgraceful some come here for a few days .... others spend the winter here at our expense, deducting hotels, even race track visits from the sums collected What are we Miamians going to do s hall we definitely refuse to help t hen perhaps we are depriving worthy institutions of the very means to continue their splendid efforts Miami Jewry must face the problem of providing for their own, for the transient, for institutions throughout the country and abroad i n a worth while and effective manner unnecessary expenses must be eliminated all of the funds must be sent for the purposes given p erhaps Federation is the only solution M iami Jewish leaders must meet and decide this question d elay should not be permitted M iami Jewry can give only a certain amount and that amount must do the most good dence of the people towards Federal Savings and Loan Associations in placing funds with us. Our net income and reserves have increased substantially to assure the same rate of dividend of 4 percent per annum which has always been paid for some time to come. "The coming year 193S opens up vistas of opportunity for this Association to increase its usefulness to the community and make possible 1 that its resources shall be substantially increased." Mr. Llptoa stated that the finanAhove photo shows Dr. Bernhard K n li n European director of the 3. D. C. greeting a group o* Jewish youngsters resting In a summer col ony near Wllno. Photo to right shows a group of children In a J.D.C. maintained sum* mer colony getting their dally sun bath. watched the four dogs race in the classic, and the winner which is owned by Art Wilson, received a tremendous ovation. fSec'j' Ickes To Address Palestine Conference' Fans have asked Jacob Sher and William Huntley owners of the track to match Court Jester, Reba cial stability of the Dade Federal Nell who finished second, MounREYNOLDS' BILL WOULD OUTLAW PROPAGANDA AGAIN8T RACE, RELIGION Washington, D. C, (WNS)—It would be a criminal offense to "advise, advocate or teacu principles of government based In whole or In part in opposition to or discrimination against people of any particular race or creed" under the terms of a bill Introduced in the Senate by Senator Reynolds of North Carolina during his filibuster against the anti-lynching bill. Senator Reynolds also offered a bill to cancel the citlzeship of any naturalised citizen who advocated political doctrines subversive to the best interests of the United States and to deport perions found guilty of such advocacy. Denouncing Nazi and other suberslve activities Senator Reynolds said both bills were sponsored by the Army and Navy Union of the United Stutes ABBA HILLEL SILVER NAMED CHAIRMAN U. P. A. CAMPAIGN N. Y., (WNS)—Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, spiritual leader of The Temple, Cleveland, and vice-president of the Zionist Organization of America, has been elected national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal for 1938 and will be Informally installed in his office by his predecessor, Dr. Stephen SWise, at the National Conference for Palestine in Washington, January 22nd and 23rd. Born in Lithuania 44 years ago, he was graduated from the University of CIncinnatti and Hebrew Union College in 1915. For two years he occupied the pulpit of a congregation in Wheeling W. Va., after which he went to Cleveland. One of the country's outstanding Rabbis and nationally known as an orator, Dr. Silver has been identified with many Jewish movements. Savings and Loan Association of Miami lias substantially increased In the past year, having added to the reserves and undivided profits of the Association over $30,000.00, making total reserves of over $65,000.00. During the past year over $55,000.00 of dividends were distributed to over 1600 savings accounts In the Institution. Mr. Lipton further stated that the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami is a mutual savings institution, whose earnings are distributed among the shareholders after making allowances for reserves." This institution is chartered and supervised by the United States Government and each account is insured up to $5,000.00 by an agency of the GovernmentThe following were elected as Directors of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Mia hi Joseph M. Lipton, Leo Robinson, Rufus H. Daniel, Irwin Cassel, Gus Feuer, G. A. Price. Charles Beatty. M. Kreiger, Will S. Lindsley. Officers of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association were elected to serve for the coming year as follows: Joseph M. Lipton, President; Leo Robinson, VicePresident, Charles Beatty, Treasurer, Henry E. Wolf. Secretary, Clarence Feuer, Assistant Secretary and Hugo Shonberg, Construction Supervisor. tain Mist, owned by the Tropical Kennels and Tempest who has not yet made his debut this year, but is ready to run. This race would be a classic and if Court Jester beats the field again, he will have to be given the crown as the greatest dog in the United States. Pete Mullins, trainer for the Tropical Kennels insists that he has the better dog In Mountain Mist and is willing to support his belief in cold cash. With the fans showing their HAROLD L. ICKES, Secretary of the Interior, one of the principal spenlicr.* at the National Conference for Pales > tine, meeting at the Hotel Mayficve-.'. NEW TRACK RECORD IS ESTABLISHED The most astounding performance in greyhound history came during the recent week at the West Flagler Kennel Club where Court Jester established a new track record for the five-sixteenths of a mile course in 31 2-5 seconds which is one-fifth off the track record. The new mark was made in a four dog match race, Court Jester Reba Nell. Miami Moon and Sweet Harmony going to the post In this eventThe largest crowd of the season % %  -"— >iircr, iiiituni; ai uic riuici ivia> uu-rrr. liking for the many improvements! Washington, DC. January 22nd andf at Flagler and with sensational January 23rd, under the auspices of thedogs racing at the downtown oval United Palestine Appeal to mark thet *" ^ completion of two decades of Palestine! which is only ten minutes from upbuildinR and lo ^n American-JewBiscayne Boulevard, a great week jsh cooperation in 1938 for the continued", of racing is In promise. The addevelopment of the Jewish Nationab ii i. „„„ &f „ \i.,„„i .. (',!,,. %  Home through increased effort in bc- mission is 25 cen s. Mannles Gates Q{ !" J J^, ^^ A Orchestra entertains. The Jewish Theological Seminary Which begins its second half century of service to the Jewish world.



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Friday, January 14, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Firt BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. 6996 Albcore Drive—6-1265 MIAMI BEACH RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31t St.—2-9548 MIAMI VrUumL TbiaA. One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morning throughout the year Friday night — Make no engagements, pay no visits, give no parties—Go to Temple. Temple Dinner Dance The following is a letter which was sent to Temple members, in regards to the annual Dinner Dance. Dear Member: On December 2nd, 1937, we wrote to you and notified you concerning the Gala Dinner and Dance which will be given by our Temple on February 9th, 1938, at 8:00 P. M. We are very anxious to have you With us on that night, for, knowing that you have always helped in the support of our Temple, and in the somewhat difficult task of financing it, we would like you to share with us some of the more pleasure-giving and joyous occasslons such as the delightful evening which we will have on February 9th. The surroundings are of unquestionable merit, those who attended the Deauville affair two years ago still laud the Deauville atmosphere. The dinner will be par excellence. The floor show will star every available name in the entertainment field in Greater Miami. The dance in the company of your friends will afford you immeasurable delight. This is the last letter that we will write to you as a member of our Temple, offering you the opportunity of availing yourself of choice seats for the affair. Your reservation must be accompanied by a check, so that we may send you your ticket and table number as soon as we are in receibt of your check. Reservations for the entire evening may be placed at $5.00 per person by contacting the Temple officeSince the demand from tourists is a great one, we are giving you, as a member, first preference. Kindly answer this letter immediately, so that we may have the pleasure of seeing you with us on the night of February 9th. Until then, we remain Most sinecerely yours TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI J. Gerald Lewis, Chairman Entertainment Com. Congregational Regular Friday evening services will be held at Temple Israel this Friday evening, January 14th, at 8:15 p. m. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will speak on "The Insecurity of Armaments." Rabbi Colman A. Zwilman will conduct the services. A reception for members and friends of the congregation will follow the services. Sisterhood The Sisterhood of Temple Israel will sponsor a musical evening on Wednesday, January 19th, 1938, at S:00 p. m. The proceeds of the affair will go towards the purchase of a new piano for Kaplan Hall. Tickets are only 50c each, and an enjoyable musical treat will be presented, with Mrs. Hannah Asher chairman, and Miss Evelyn Marks co-chairman. The artists appearing on the program will be Evelyn Raff, Evelyn Marks, and Evelyn Playman Jones. By ARTHUR BLATT It seems to me, that everything is just swell this week, so lest you haven't heard we'll let you In on it. A month ago, we mentioned th? fact that a certain young lady and young man, were thataway about pach other, he being the New York Broker, well—the past Mondayevening saw this swell couple taking the vows, at our own Fort Lauderdale, and so our best to Kitty and Charley Greenstein. And comes cumes the revolution, for Sunday Nights affair, Ruth Drevich and Pete "Peterman Petey" Silverman will merge on ye good old "Y" grounds, each and everyone of you folks are invited to attend and do your share of making the wedding just what it should be. The former Natalie Pallot, Is also back on Miami Soil, Nat, married and left the field for Bethlehem, but she's back visiting the folks, and Papa Moels all tickled about having Nat back in the Pallot fold. Ye Good Old President E. Albert, of the above clan, is having his share of "Y" activities, Al is one of the best workers on the "Y" has ever been able to get hold of. and Its Al who catches the devil for this and that, but this year's beginning should be making it far easier, it seems that many of our local business men having become Interested In the "Y" have done much to add a. bit of efficiency to the organizations manner of doing things and they certainly have done much to remove Borne of the grief from Al's ehoulders. The Parade of Stars is underway with a head start and all arrangements have already been made for the show which will take place Saturday Midnite January 22nd, at Miami Beach's most beautiful theatre, the Cinema Casino. Our Irish Life Member. Nick Kenny, will again be seeing the show, and a real show It will be, with every big radio, stage and screen star doing his or her bit to aid the organization along its way to success, you folks just don't realize what it means, to have to go through two or three shows and then dash over to the Cinema Theatre and put on a show to aid the "Y" in its effort to erect a Jewish Community Center, and yet, not one of the shows or acts approached have refused to do their bit for the "Y." A Word of Warning ORAYNOO "OUR LIGHT" CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA. RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP 1012 HARWELL STREET ORLANDO, FLA. Friday Night Service* The Rabbi will speak on "Pales tine Today" There will be an ex hibit of the latest Palestine photographs which will be shown in the social hall of the Synagogue during this week. Chamisho Osor Bishvat Tlie entire Jewish community ha3 been invited to the outdoor Jewish Arbor Day to be held In the gardens of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobs, 100 West Gore. Bockser from Palestine and other goodies will be distributed to the children of the Religious School and Chedar. There will be games and prizes as well as races and a special tree planting ceremony. Funds have been collected for the Jewish National Fund to plant trees in the Blalik Forest. Ladles Auxiliary At the last meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary Rabbi Skop presented a book review on the book "Mother." by Sholom AschIn response to the review a number of contributions have been made to the library fund. The monthly bridge and bazaar was held last Wednesday evening. B'nal Brith The election of officers will be held next Tuesday night. There will also be presented an unusual program Including the Jewish March of Time which will be conducted by Rabbi Skop and MrsGus Baer. All B'nai Brith members and those desiring to join are urged to attend. Youth Forum At the last meeting of the Youth Forum the following officers were elected: Mr. Milton Nadler, President; Mr. Morris Haimowitz, VicePresident. Miss Elaine Klepper, Secretary; Mr. Herbert Strauss and Miss Patricia Nadler, Editorial Board for Oraynoo; and Miss Mary Blattner, chairman of Welcoming Committee. A reception will be held at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Skop this coming Sunday evening for the B'Nai Brith Makes Second Payment on $100,000 Grant To Jewish National Fund New York, (Ins.)—A remittance of $14,166.06 by B'nai Brith, its second payment towards its $100,000 grant to the Jewish National Fund in 1936, was announced here by Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the the FundThe agreement between B'nai Brith and J. N. F. stipulated that the amount is to be paid In equal instalments until the year 1942 when B'nal Brith will observe Its 100th anniversary. The money is to enable J. N. F. to purchase a tract of 4,000 dunams of land in Palestine for the establishment of a colony to be called B'nal Brith Nachlath Alfred M. Cohen. The Ex-Patients' Tuberlular Home at Denver is an institution that has done splendid work during Its existence and we sincerely believe that it should not permit its need for funds to overshadow the bounds of decency. A Mr. Tygel, duly accredited representative of this institution, has been making the rounds of Miami and Miami Beach for this institution and in the course of his visits has overstepped every rule of proper and respectful solicitation. Men and v.omen whose reputation is unquestioned, whose devotion to Jewish causes is undoubted have been insulted and abused by this Mr. Tygel in an attempt to coerce them into giving what he believes to be sufficient. The mere fact that Mr. Tygel represents a worthy cause does not license him to overstep the bounds of propriety—to abuse men and women. May we suggest to the Ex-Patients home that the quicker they recall Mr. Tygel from this area the sooner will they receive the hearty response they desire—Certainly Miami Jewry does not want to direct the attention of police author* ities to his behavior. O, CALM THOSE NERVES, BE SWEET SERENE.' 6Y USING DOCTOR MILES" NERV/NE Youth Forum and their friends. All Jewish young men and women ar cordially invited. Annual Banquet Sunday, January 30, the entire membership of Congregation of Oheb Sholom and Jewish residents of Orlando will be present at the chicken dinner and tenth annual installation of officers. Reports will be presented on the progress of the community. There will be a musical program and outstanding speakersMr. Sol Wittenstein and Mr. Martin Segal are In charge of the program. Reservations are now being made. Tickets are seventy-five cents ($.75) per plate. HOME MILK SOUR CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE YOU WILL LIKE THEM ALL Products of Home Milk Producers Assn. 769 N. 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---. JEWSH FUORIDIAN Friday. January 14. 193$ Page Six MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 8 W. 3rd Stre* AB?-AEA1! A :-:~.:. •ABB'S RM IK** % s '-C: r •*"" "^ SCHED-LE '.-l : %  ~: -'. ;; site* '-%  -.'. ertBtsg at t ratal tfterac g r ;a/ £.*%  ; Ser* ;ei %  : %  .: it: i _a-: n A ./ i-,. A t Mazel T;/ a.-y .--• M. 1 B irrlasc %  %  J %  1s : CJ:= ; i S : %  Z H %  = C -: %  %  Ber I %  %  %  = !-. %  Hew .-. V.V I. O. D. i A a lered K ansoaaced in the next Issue 'in Washington. D. C. from Jana•-"•'. ..ked of an member* and' ary 18th to flat. L"-S, thaf they .upport the For more than a decade the Con7 basketball team which plays on ference on tne Caoae and Cure of rfSaS Thur*iay evenings at War ha. been siring practlcai and : cg0 Park All boys and girl, con.idered answer, on ario„ "^do^r are cordially invited peace i.sue. with the u, the meeting, of the Junior length of it. membership .hich are held every Ifoeleven women sorganixationlons. It e a• broom.. nas "fiven each year to renew U„ e of individual responsibility peace, to find newer con.tru.tGOES TO CONVENTION ways of changing the I National Council minding it. attitude toward w„r leading Mrs. and to seek out with keener int.'!iigence and a fresher faith, ways on th i and means, whereby, peace may be e held rr.ade an international habit. GERALD LEWIS I %  %  %  5 : %  '.; ReaM 5-::;;:s T; C-a Of J-Bf Y led I CLASSIFIED RADIO TRANSFER AND STORAGE RAD'OS REPAIRED—50c. Plui Parti i si rwhsra in i". ] insured carriers ving an.; Si tnd insur* h Me C. _____ ~ MASSAGE %  Kenny Honored F reproof B'aj— Heart of C ty lea, Ji %  %  nareT IS—Miss Mack lug. vs. evening*. :_" %  .--• %  % %  i %  %  %  %  %  % % %  FISH, AQUARIUMS MATTRESS RENOVATING •• • Sew • Mirror was hon%  RELIABLE MATTRESS CO -.'.-.. Sterllln later. %  '• ines lay r..zr.".. bettei ... 9 W. ROOFING HATHAWAY ROOFING CO. ... %  Tampa Notes ~. t. wee burg a.-.i %  %  : las%  cos? The 1 -. extain" %  •• -—— radlo AT .:: N K. !ITH ST %  • tocka re• "X AND KEY SHi >P %  %  LOCKSMITHS • Pa-aie %  rs" win ID the isuo, Mia | Beach, on iry a, a: 11 : itars are among those who will appear on rigram. Those who have alPLUMBERS Mr. %  : %  K Smith .- at their home in ... of -.he Bmith r^ady announced their ippearaoce| and P rt n -rsny and their Mr. and Mrs. 1 B La :-:: with %  rated with Chas. M. Ewine ". R Miami Ave. Phore 2-02S1 a the program include <"r-orgiel Lorraine P.-ice. his ta CHIROPRACTIC owlti -.:.": r I heme. A trlea Markowttz, cat Oowen and tern featarmc a left Bat .-y.^-K Oriat laaa. lag were Mr. and Mrs. i Mrs. Joe it a week. r*owe Mn Ralph Stewart Mr. and '--. R A. Thome Mr. ar.f 4 Mr?. Mlai BUae Ja;Atlanta. Oa a: bert, Miss Billie Jacob's mother and Ii Barney Abbott J. w. NichMrs. Max ArgliiUr Mrs. Ja -. : *** ; Bob Porton. was former:;ol Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Porton. Mrs. Lillian Hagadorn. Mr. and A ragnlar rr.<:<-\r.;; of the Tampa ,Ir? r "• > %  : %  %  •"• ani Mrs. -.of Junior Hada?sah was 8am Chatte, Mr tnd Mr?. Ben Berheld Tuesday night January 4, at IW %  'ir -d Mrs. Dean Campbell. i:an. Tapresident, Ir:i Ootler, I-eonard Gotler. Bobby) .^ave Pennan. preaided. Chalte Oavid Be.-ger. was welcomed John Owtafs. Marilyn Thorne, Bar-; ir. as a new member. \>nrz Parrar, Mr. and Mrs. J. Porton • the annual Donor Dinand Ru*h and Eleanor Smith. ner I^ar.' %  %  ;. %  ('ataman. MASNATA SISTERS AQUARIUM In decorating a: anctng aquariums m your %  nd jtocke,!. ^ tropical fish, water plants. %  N. W. 2.:. KNOWLTON'S : %  : Tropl a FJh .\. ( larluma. Snails. R is: .'-. u-. ;:th Ave BUILDING PLANS m on house plan etc.; reasonable rate*, work giui i teed. W Paul Meredith. Const ', T-J;N. i %  • Ave. Ph• :-t:2:. FLORISTS EXOTIC GARDENS. INC. Flas-ler and Bride*. Phone* t-WSt— 2-6*47 B. (-SM1 — •' 7 Road. Offiie 2970 H. W. 17th % %  Phone 2-310S. Fly-WEP.j! FOR AI.I, OCCASIONS WIRED ANYWHERE. ELECTROLYSIS ELECTROLYSIS—Molet. WarU. Hair :noved. 2S years -xr>erince. Consultation free. Phor--• :?7 Fully licensed. PAMEUA C. MANN, tit Seybold BUIK. LIFE INSURANCE METROPOLITAN | LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Resident and apartment loans. Lor* Low rates M.imi. Mla^.l I Beach. Prompt Service W. STANLEY DODO CO. Phone IPAINTING PADfTTNG and Roofing by license! y.nu class work, reasonable. For estimate phone <-S244— Etzwiler. ::. R >AN.-'.N ; || SO room up Mil Ponce r>eLeon. Coral Gablea -preferred. Jenkins, phone ETZWILER ROOFING and PAINTINtt COMPANY KOSHER! The Tampa Chapter Zionist organization of America will have a program dramatizing the work and duties oflhe organization. The program will be held at the auditorium of the Y. M. H. A. January U. ment of New York's state kosher' food law when Commissioner of! Agriculture Holton V. Noyes ap-' pointed Rabbi Shephard Z. Baum of' Albany as enforcement chief to succeed a layman who has resigned. Rabbi Baum is a graduate of Yeshiva College and has practiced law since 1930. His appointment Plans are being made by the was recommended by the advisory Brotherhood of the Temple Schaari, council of Kosher Law Enforcement ^ Do You Own Your Home? There never was a better time than now to build one The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Make. It Possible Glje me a ca:: and I ll! gladly hlp you to get the best possible informat.on as to Its plan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Int. Agency KM Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-3151



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Friday, January 14, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Sevefl SOCIETY Gala Concert to be Given One of the outstanding events of the season will be the gala concert next Wednesday evening, January 19th at 8 o'clock in Temple Israel. This event which will present a concert featuring the well known artists, Evelyn Raff, Evelyn Plagman Jones and Evelyn Marks is being sponsored by Temple Israel Sisterhood for the benefit of its piano fund. The public Is urged to attend. • • • New Restaurant to Open Mrs. L. Marcus, well known in the restaurant business for a number of years will open the '•Famous Gardens Restaurant" at 525 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, today and will be happy to meet her many friends. Service and quality foods will always be served at very reasonable prices. • • • Arrive To Spend Month M.r and Mrs. Joseph Greenberg, whose marraige took place jast week in Newark, N. J., have arrived to spend a month In Mr. Greenberg's winter home in Hialeah. The bride was Miss Lila Gotfrled of 45 Ingraham place, Newark, and the marriage was performed by Rabbi Solomon Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Greenberg, parents of the bridegroom, were in attendance. Mrand Mrs. Greenberg will go to Havana for a few days visit soon. • • • Onyx Club To Hold Dance Miss Shirley Rosenthal was hostess to the Onyx Klub last week. Miss Rosenthal, chairman of the Collegiate dance sponsored by the club, gave her complete report. The dance is to be held at the clubrooms of the Voung Men's Hebrew Association, 1567 S. W. Fifth street, on January 23. Music will be furnished by Dave Traeger and his orchestra. Assisting Miss Rosenthal are Miss Rose Dubler, Miss Evelyn Marks, Miss Gladys Greenburg and Miss Nellye Shaff. Tickets are available from any of the club members. Discussion was held on the second annual founder's dance which will be given in March. Members present were Miss Sylvia Riachick, Miss Gertrude Shaff, Miss Anita Cohen, Miss Muriel Pallot, Miss Marks, Miss Dubler, Miss Shaff, Miss Greenburg, Miss Ruthye Bernstein, Miss Helen Moss. The next meeting will be Wednesday at the home of Miss Gertrude Shaff, 1612 8W. 14th terrace. • • • Benjamin WAxelroad, Miami attorney, 134 N. W. Thirty-fourth Terrace, left recently for two weeks' service as major judge advocate at the United States Army Post, Fort MePherson, Atlanta. Ga. He will go to Jacksonville in January to attend a meeting of the State Democratic Executive Committee. Mrs. Axelroad and their two sons, Donald and Benjamin, Jr., will join him there. Leaves For Father's Funeral Mr. Norman A. Rossman was called to New York City by the death of his father, Jacob Rossman, a retired merchant, on January 8th. He leaves three children, Murray M., of New York City, Mrs. I. S. Klemes of Long Beach, Long Island, and Norman A., ot Coral Gables. • • • The local offices of the State Welfare Hoard, located at 31 N. EFirst Street, are open every day except Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 until 3:00 for taking applications for old age assistance, Aid to the blind, referrals to WPA, NYA and CCC, according to Mrs. Bernard Simon, chairman of the publicity committee. Under a former plan, Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays were reserved for old age assistance applications and Tuesdays and Thursdays for WPA. An adequate number of workers have been assigned to handle the requests of those who wish to make abpllcation to the Welfare Board. • • • Girl Scouts Attend Affairs Girl Scout Troop No. 23 enjoyed themselves during the holidays attending hikes and welner roasts. Patrol leaders of this troop are Bahette Bier, Barbara Koven, Gloria Kirstein, Irma Bernstein, scribe, and Norma Stein, scoutmaster, • • • APPLICATION BLANKS READY AGRO-JOINT TO LIQUIDATE ACTIVITIES IN RUSSIA BY END 1938 Leaves For Atlantic City Milton Weintraub, son of Mrand Mrs. L. Weintraub, left for New York. (WNS)—By the end' Atlantic City last Tuesday by auto of 1938 the American Jewish Joint Agricultural Corporation (AgroJoint), which Invested $10,000,000 in Soviet Russia In the last 13 years, will liquidate Its affairs because the Soviet authorities have taken over most of Its activities, It was announced by Dr. Joseph Rosen, director of Agro-Joint, on his arrival In this country. In addition to this disclosure Dr. Rosen also announced that international conditions in the U. s. S. R. had forced the abandonment of a plan to settle Polish Jews In Russia. The $10,000,000 invested by AgroJoint resulted in the establishment of 242 colonies in the Ukraine and Crimea. Nearly half of this sum invested since 1928 under an agreement guaranteeing repayment by the government will be repaid by the end of 1938, Dr. Rosen said.. The $4,500,000 invested by AgroJoint prior to 1928 has already been repaid In rubles and reinvested in the Jewish colonieswhere he will remain for several weeks, visiting relatives and friends. The State Welfare Board Is the organization authorized by the Federal Social Security Board to make investigations on all people who wish to apply for old age assistance. Application blanks for this form of assistance can be procured at the local Welfare office, 31 N. E. First Street, or at the Homestead office In the McCrory Arcade. These apblicatlon blanks are free and no deposit of any sort Is required in order to obtain them. These are the only blanks which will be considered as a formal application by the State Welfare Board and the Federal Social Security Board, according to Mrs. Bernard Simon, chairman of the publicity committee. COME TO THE GRAND OPENING OP THE "Famous Gardens Restaurant" 525 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH Friday, Jan. 14th Under Management of the Well Known MRS. L. MARCUS Dessert Is a man's dish. Yes! I know it Is often regarded as a child's dish, but eliminate It from your menu for a few days and you'll soon see that more complaints come from Dad than from little Donald or Dora. A meal without a dessert la a picnic without baseball or a fishing trip without fish — so far as Dad Is concerned. Really, the dessert may be made one of the most valuable dishes of the meal. And light fruit and milk puddings and custards can work wonders. Through such desserts milk and eggs are furnished to children who dislike these valuable foods In plain forms. Through these same desserts the needed minerals, salts and vitamins of fruits are supplied both to children and adults. Oranges and grapefruit are particularly valuable foods. Contrary to the belief of some, they have a decided alkaline reaction when taken Into the system, and thus tend to balance acid-reaction foods that may be eaten during the meal. By MOLLY MARTIN you for your health's sake — and' for the "sweet tooth" ot your husband as well. Orange and Macaroon Pudding grapefruit or orange Juice is a very wise move. Finishing the meal with a light pudding such as the following la another move ot the same type. I submit this recipe to y } pound almond macaroon* 1 pint milk 4 eggs % cup sugar 2 Blue Goose oranges Soak the almond macaroons In the milk until soft. Beat the ecss and add to them the sugar and the grated rind of one orange. Do not grate in any of the white pith, as it spoils the flavor. Stir the mixture carefully into the macaroons and add the Juice of two oranges. Pour into an oiled mold and set on a stand or ring in a kettle of boiling water. Simmer steadily for an hour. Serve hot with orange sauce. Orange Sauce 5 tablespoons butter M cup sugar 34 cup boiling water S egg-whites Juice of 2 oranges' m tablespoon lemon juice' Cream the butter with the sugar. Starting a meal either with Put Into a saucepan over hot water and add the boiling water. Then beat in the stiffly beaten whites of the eggs, the orange Juice and lemon Juice and continue beating until light and foamy. LOW FARES A S TO R HOTEL Washington at Tenth Street MIAMI BEACH Announces the Opening of lt New STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM American and European Plan For Rate* and Information Consult M. ROSNER. Manager IN RECLINING-SEAT} AIR CONDITIONED, DE LUXE COACHED ONE-WAY FAKES FROM MIAMI Fares SaWee* to Chans* WMfcaet NefW ATLANTA J*-J BALTIMORE *-W BOSTON 1 •• CHICAGO .^....~~ • JACKSONVILLE ...... JBM NEW ORLEANS ...-. tJMJ NEW YOBK .mm NORFOLK •JO'S PHILADELPHIA _. f-8 PITTSBCKOH P *J TALLAHASSEE J JMJ WASHINGTON „.---, **>• Also low farea to other point* Pillows Mc Low coat meals. Tel. JJ5=*1"t I. W. LUOMTT, D. F. A. SEABOARD jan LIU* HAIIWAT wnauaa.1 Am.ODKDrTtojanii ** % %  a u.TliAgjH AMERICAN BANK & TRUST COMPANY MIAMI STATEMENT OF CONDITION As of Close of Business December 31, 1937 ASSETS Cash on Hand and in Banks $684,115.18 D. S. Government Bonds 98,261.75 $782,376.93 State, County and Municipal Bonds 107,149.50 Other Bonds 32,827.50 Federal Savings & Loan Association Fully Paid Shares 20,000.00 159,977.00 Loans Made to Individuals and Firms in Miami 627,672.33 F. H. A. Insured Mortgages in Miami 60,059.57 Other Mortgages Owned in Miami 8,000.00 695,731.90 Banking House 81,947.50 Bank Equipment 9.367.42 91,314.92 Other Assets 5,093.08 Total $1,734,493.83 LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL Capital '• • .$200,000.00 Surplus 55,000.00 Undivided Profits and Reserves 26,404.88 $281,404.88 Deposits $1,453,088.95 Total •• V .734,493.83 OFFICERS N. A. ROSEN Chairman of the Board LEO ROBINSON RUFUS H. DANIEL President 1\to President & Cashier HYMAN SHAPIRO E. A. OERARD Vice President Assistant Cashier AMERICAN! BANK AND TRUST COMPANY MIAMI



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MFBWWgjP&SS'"*' Friday, January 14, 1935 Page Eight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 326 Jefferson Avenul •Phone 5-1328 SYNAGOGUE SERVICES Daily Services: Every morning at 7 and S o'clock; Saturday at 7 and 9 A. M. Evening services dally at 5:15: Friday night at 5 and at S:15 o'clock. Late Friday evening services will begin at 8:15 P. M. and will be conducted by Kabbi Mescheloff and Cantor Mamches. Rabbi Hi Bchelofl will preach on the topic "Fanatics." Saturday morning he will take as his sub"The Royal Blessing." Saturday afternoon he will speak on the lortion of the week at sh S'oodoss." f Joint Campaign Purposes Stated (Continued from page 1) do not get this help, they will not survive. —————————-———— &f 1 .. The Jojnt Distribution Commitest which our young men's group (ec is tne 0 ,..i y major American orhas aroused by their Sunday mompulsation that helps those remainThe ing in Germany. At present there MAURICE G. MAMCHES. Cantor 726 Meridian Avenue 'Phone 6-2013 | ing Minyan and breakfast, group is open to all young me!' I from the age of 13 to IS. Minyan When Help Is Needed (Continued from page 1) these funds MUST come from YOU. And so. my friends—why not do ,he decent thing-send your contribution in to the Jewish Welfare Hureau—-NOW. And you. friend tourists—perhaps M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Suppliers and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N C. First St. Ph. 2-1661 is no liklihood that more than ten he excuse you so often otter tnai emigrate to fifteen thousand can each year. This means that for at is conducted by members of the 1(?agt anot ii e tdecade, hundreds of Friday Night Services thousands must continue to live under conditions of cruel oppression In Germany. With the help of the Joint Distribution Commitbe the cantors ^Sunday^ (he Jewg of Germany have establlsl atral organisation for all relief and reconstruction workCp to this time they their, have been able to supply a large part Of the funds needed to promote emigration, vocational re; welfare york, educroup— Sid Besvenik and Irving Diets were the cantors last week; Herbert Paley aud Arthur Singer will and breakfast is served through the assistance of our Sisterhood. Hachnossass Orchim At the meeting of the Hachossass Orchim (Charity) Fund held lay night. Mr. David Klein. vou have to take care of your own poor in your home town—may we respectfully suggest in terms that are unmistakable—The vast majority of all these cases are not native problems—they come from your HOME towns— ,. gave the financial n BD d other i [•vices. B it their means have port Sugg Btlons tor further in : %  *! e g ITlce w "'* i the benefit of ,-„, auappeared now. and ;lbbl the many needy M must come from I. Miller and othersPlant for growth of membership ami treasury were adopted. • • Th Way Skeletoni %  •:cordially invited to At I S : I %  •1 the pori at I S hel Hebrew School '. %  1 1 1 of a EOgU ni In our 1 : i-.tional rooms for our HeSchool a Sui %  %  January 18, at : I have been and an o::i>e for our completed. Mrs. B. H. London. has appointed on the region cor.. Ittee the following: live to sixteen Mrs s Beavnlk. Mrs. Myers. Mrs. Adult Courses Hel row Con versaight al 8 p. m. Wedly night. "The Reason Be. Jewish L 1 and Customs" will be the subject >: the lecture -day. Both an en by Rabbi Mescheloff, arcfree. adult men and woSisterhood Bridge All arrangements for the Sisterhood Bridge to be held next Tueslncludes the Unite I & has f 0r its pu :> huilding of registered at < ur %  tool We thank r, Mrs B. aeloff, Mrs. J. Wilensky, Mrs. Rose W( is, Mrs M. Mamches. H. I. SiSU Mn T ,n Mrs M s Rubin. Mrs. Wa hsler, Mrs. 1. r. Mintzer and ..:: and Mrs. M. -er. %  Mr. J. f the Wc ns made. hope that 1 on ttao the need of and promises ling < vent of this The Mrs. J. Aloud Cohen, Mrs. 1 %  • Mrs Samuel I and Mrs M. B ufc n who v %  : attend our daily school 1 We welcome dren any Sun lay from 10 to 12 %  % %  : %  noon from 1 to 8 p, m. %  : • assemblies, held 10 a. m to noon ar-> open to the public. Come and hear our children report on the Jewish news of the week, and sing songs old and new.. Young Men's Group Reports were given last Sunday by Myron Price. Harriet Gottesman. Phyllis Cohen and Nathan Reingold. It is gratifying to see the interI id from any of M Sisterhood offiit'CtiH jsjtm, wiAmrBtaCo JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA '• • Convanlantly iocfi In (ho do-nion buiinau, ibopplnf and ( thfitcr district Every room M oajtiidt fooni witfc private oath, (no court) circulating let waUr.radlo, fan and feaJ raadirij lamp. Suitaa ol parloo hezioom and bilk. Superior cutting a-: larvlce in Tke Pali* Grill, eael In The Rooicvell Randcivc.ua. All O-nide Rooi.i_.Ne Co.,I Ciiolatlaf It. Water le every ,eoa f—77 RoomiSmalt eridi Private Beth t?.(X>-\ 44 Rooau $2.50 55 Rooaaa $3.00 66 Room S? 50 S3 Rooau $4.00 11 Suiter: Parlor Bedrooet Beth $6.00 34 Sample Roomi with Private Beta) $4.00 y ,.i Uiiliii la tin, lar Daekla Oaaaaaacv •. Anaaatrai • %  •', • %  < MaaaktV taua-J A' Robert R. M^ycr Hot. BARON de HIRSCH MEYER man for Miami Beach Appealtine as a Jewish homeland, where thousands of exiles have found a haven of rtf ,ge in the nd are aftoruea an opportunity to speedily adjust themselves to new conditions and : aking great progress in becoming self supporting, and making Palestine one of the world's outstanding countries. Florida's Finest American-Jewish Dinner" ST. 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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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January 14, 1938

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

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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Volume 11.No- 2
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
The view* expressed by Lud- O
wig Lewisohn in his column aie
his own and do not necessarily
reflect the policies or attitude of
our publication. Reproduction in
whole or In part strictly for-
bidden.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1938
Price Five Cents
While in benighted imperialist
England there still exists an,d still
functions his Majesty's loyal op-
position and while in America there
is a vast amount of self-recollec-
tion and re-direction of effort on
the part of libertarians, that is to
Bay, men and women who know
that liberty means flexibility and
flexibility, life, and that the denial
of liberty and flexibility mean death
while these things are, the Stal-
inist dictatorship continues to meet
criticism, opposition and its own
nightmares by the firing-squad. It
goes farther and farther, purging
astronomical Institutes, arresting
and threatening to expel German
Jewish physicians whom it had
once invited and who, with the
pathetic gratitude of Jewish fugi-
tives, were doubtless ready to be
loyal to l!i isi ever redder banners.
In all lands Jewish youth had the
reputation of being intelligent. Too
intelligent, said the Nazis, and too
precocious for normal competition.
Judging from recent developments
in Germany the Germans were, of
course, quite right, though the im-
plied compliment to Jews is small-
But everything seems to be failing
in this ageincluding the once
highly esteemed intelligence of the
youth of our people. For here a
group of young Jews send me a new
magazine called "The Jewish Youth
Journal" and ask me for an opin-
ion or a commendation, for en-
couragement, and ask me for that
in the handsomest terms. I want
them to know that I have recently
done my very best to start, to get
going, a library of small and charm
ing books for youth, for bur Jewish
youth, and that, alas, the whole
scheme seems to be floundering on
the part of American Jewry. But
I have tried. The needs of our
Jewish youth are never far from
my thought. But what am I to say
to this "Jewish Youth Journal?" It
Is empty, puerile, in the lowest
ranks of Anglo-Jewish journalism
and the only positive thing is the
stealthy support of a Communist
theatre and a communist-controlled
organization. If one had any tears
left, one might well weep.
There was a time not so very
long ago when I was a little sorry
and a little disappointed at the
turning away from me and my in-
fluence of a considerable section of
Jewish youththe section more or
less known as radical, that is to
say, pre-soviet. (Not even Com-
munist, for there is a grandeur in
that Marxian Uream of the wither-
ing away of the State) But that
time is over. For this matter is no
longer a matter of the free intelli-
gence; dark forces of Masochism
and Jewish self-hatred are at work
here, of a desire to lose the self
and so in this instance the Jewish
self in a mob bent under a lash.
If you will not read meif you
will not read "The Permanent Hori-
zon" and "Trumpet of Jubilee,"
read the new book by Aldous Hux-
ley, "Ends and Means." He says
nothing, nothing at all that I
haven't said or that from another
angle my friend Joseph Wood
Krutch didn't say in his brilliant
little book "Was Europe a Success."
But Huxley is an Englishman and
a member of a most distinguished
family of British intellectuals with
a reputation of having been some-
thing of a radical himself. He is
moreover, though he tries very
hard to keep it out of this particular
book, an instinctive anti-Semite
and even here insists on dragging
in a few quite uncritical phrases
conceriug the "broze-age" Hebrews
and their horrid tribal God, selling
himself, so to speak, quite anachron-
istical^ from his point of view to
the so-called higher criticism of the
Bible which is now seen to be, of
course, a physical trick of deliber-
ate devaluation on the part o its
proponents-
Read Aldous Huxley, then, if you
will not read me. Believe him if
he seems more worthy of belief than
I. Good ends cannot be compassed
by evil means. The means become
the end. You cannot create equal-
ity by terror nor freedom by the
tiring-squad nor inner health by
outer force nor ultimate free men
by present enslavement. You can
not. The terror of the Jacobins
was responsible for Napoleonic im-
perialism and the wars and slaugh-
ters of a quarter of a century and
the resurgence of nationalistic paro-
nla and Mussolini and Hitler. Sup-
pression and terror, exile and fir-
ing-squads are the oldest things in
the whole worldthe oldest, the
most wretched, found wanting a
thousand times.
Is there anything new under the
sun? Is there anything new and
hopeful for young Jews There is.
Curiously enough there isthe one
thing in all the world. There is an
ancient people trying to get back
its own land, trying to go home out
of the Increasingly pagan wilder-
ness of the world, determined to
regain that land or some adequate
portion of it by purchase and til-
lage, by creative re-settlement,
neither by force (as even the Purl-
tans wrung the land from the I-n
dians) nor by fraud as strong and
clever Western nations have often
taken their lands from primitive
peoples. No, by redemption and
justice and the finding of new and
better ways of human life. Are you
determined, young Jews, to dwell
largely on the mere plane of econo-
mic life? Well, there are the
Kvuzoth in Palestine where young
men and women have found new
ways of both economic and social
life; there is the Keren Kayemeth,
the Jewish National Fund which
represents the one and only econo-
mic instrumetality anywhere in
this age that is at one and the same
time ethically sound and practically
effective.
Have I said all this before? Then
I have said it before- I shall also
say it again. And others will say
It again. And we shall say It and
must say It over and over again
until our Jewish youth seeks no
more what idols in what pagan mar
ket-places it can worship with fool-
ish dance and dissonant timbrels.
Until it comes home. Until it knows
isterioriorly the tragedy of being
a dor ha-midbar, a desert-genera-
tion, destined to perish in the dea-
When Help Is Needed
We are indeed thankful that
there were some thoughtful men
and women who responded to our
appeal for funds for the Jewish
Welfare Bureau last week and sent
in donations approximating two
hundred dollars.
We wish that some of our good
readers would have been present
at a special meeting of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau last Sunday morn-
ing. Gathered were men in all
walks of lifesome who would have
enjoyed sleeping a little longer on
Sunday morningothers who cer-
tainly missed their golf and bath-
ing beachesthough there were
some who could have been taught
a thing or two by our sages of old
in matters of charityin matters of
self controlwe were INDELIBLY
IMPRESSED with the all important
factthey were there because they
realized there were others less for-
tunate than theywho needed
and needed that aid IMMEDIATE-
LY.
A mothera fathertwo chil-
drenone girl bedridden with rheu-
matic fever of the heart that neces-
sitated living In Miamithat re-
quired special food and particular
careand yet the father was un-
able to obtain permanent employ-
mentWhat would you have done
if you were in charge of the Bu-
reau?
A middle aged respectable couple
always earning their own way
through life's bitter strugglesthe
husband a sufferer from heart trou-
ble that neressitates his staying in
Miami and prevents him from
workinghis wife must take care
of himrhildren themselves on re-
lief fundsWhat would you have
done if you were In charge of the
Bureau,
A fathermother and childthe
child a sufferer from double mas-
toids that forced their removal to
Miami, and now down with bron-
chial pneumoniathe husband a
barber but unable to obtain his lo-
cal license particularly because of
Inability to pay the fees required
mother about to give birth to an-
other child- What would you have
done if you were in charge of the
Bureau?
Certainlyyou would have given
Immediate relief as the Bureau did
but where in the name of decency
and common humanity is the Bu-
reau going to obtain its funds If
you, and you, and youare going to
sit Idly by, enjoy the comforts of
life, sit supinely by and forget that
(Continued on page 8)
Lodge Banquet to
Be Gala Event
Final plans were adopted for the
banquet of the local B'nai Brith
Lodge which will be held at the
Hotel Evans Tuesday night, Janu-
ary 18th, beginning at 7:15 o'clock.
Several speakers of note will be
heard in three minute addresses
; with the total speaking limited to
j thirty minutes for the entire even-
| ing. Community singing will be
I led by Leo Eisenstein a member
I of the arrangements committee and
several numbers will be presented
during the evening. During the
course of the evening motion pic-
I Hires will be taken of the guests
| attending. The officers of the
Lodge headed by Elry Stone, pres-
I ident 'will be formally inducted
into office with brief but impres-
' sive installation services. Follow-
: ing tlie dinner and entertainment
dancing will be enjoyed in the
| Spanish Ballroom of the hotel un-
til an early hour of the morning.
Reservations are being received by
members of the committee at the
| D.fices of the Banquet Committee
Joint Campaign
Purposes Stated
As part of the general American
campaign for immediate relief and
reconstruction work among the
refugees from Germany and the
Jews of Poland and Roumania, as
well as other Central and Eastern
European countries, a local cam-
paign is to be opened here on Jan-
uary 30th, it was announced by
Baron De Hirsch Meyer, chairman
for Miami Beach, and D. J. Apte,
chairman for Miami.
The local United Jewish Campaign
is part of the nation-wide campaign
for *9,.'>000,000 is being conducted
throughout the United States ami
Canada by the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee and
the I'nited Palestine Appeal, and is
face toward the Canaan of its own
erts of the world; until it sets its
redemption.
ELRY STONE
New president of Sholem Lodge
B'nai Brith, who will be installed
at the Banquet next Tuesday.
21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, and all those
desiring to attend are urged to
make immediate reservations. Tha
motion pictures of this event will
be exhibited during a special show-
ing sometime in February-
As a feature of the evening's en-
tertainment, Joel Belov first violin-
ist of the Philadelphia Symphony
Orchestra under Leopold Stokow-
ski and first violinist of the Phil-
harmonic Symphony Orchestra un
der Arturo Toscaninl will be heard
in a composition of his own, a free
transcription of the famous Yiddish
folk song "Auf'n Prlpetchik," and
"The Spanish Dance."
TUNE IN SUNDAY MORNING AT 9
The Jewish Floridian will again pre-
sent another in its series of weekly broad-
casts this coming Sunday morning: over
Station WKAT (1500 k.c.) at 9 o'clock.
It's full of interesting: news and com-
ments and music.
DAY J. APTE
Chairman for Miami and Coral
Gables of United Jewish Appeal.
devoted to alleviate the intense
suffering of East European Jewry
and rebuilding communities in Eu-
rope and Palestine.
"Americans have never been deaf
to the sufferings of other less priv-
ileged people," said Mr. Meyer in
announcing the campaign. "It is
our proud record that we helped
the people of Belgium, the victims
of floid and famine in China, the
sufferers in Armenia and the Near
East, the victims of devastating
earthquakes in Japan.
"Disaster has now come not
a'one to the Jews in Germany, but
to hundreds of thousands who have
always considered themselves as
Christians, who are now excluded
from citizenship rights and the
privilege of working for their bread
in the Germany of today.
"So too with regard to the more
than one million Jews who are lit-
erally starving to death In Poland,
the other hundreds of thousands
in Roumania, Lativa, Lithunla and
other countries overseas- We help-
ed to rescue these people from the
war and post war anarchy. We
must now stand by them so that
they can rebuild their lives."
Outlining the problems with
which the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee must cope this year, Mr.
Meyer declared:
"In face of the ever growing dis-
tress in Eastern and Central Eu-
rope, contributions must be en-
enlarged beyond anything given in
the past. Only 306,000 Jews re-
main in Germany. In 1933 there
were more than half a million. But
those remaining are less able than
ever to care for their own needs.
Their own resources In the past
three years have steadily dwindled.
More and more they must look to
America for assistance. If they
(Continued on page 8)


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THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN
Page Three
wJewisti IFIariidliam
PUBLISHED EVERT ntlDAT
P. O. Box OTt
PLANT AND OFFICE8
21 8. W. Second Avenue
Phone* 2-1141; 2-1183
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
FRED K. 8HOCHET. Circulation Mnm*r
BaUred eond clui mttr July 4. 1910. .t th Peat Offic. at Miami, Plorid*.
under the Act of March I. 18711.
ST. PETERSBURG
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Repreaentative
WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. M. SCHREBNICK
Repreaen/ati
ORLANDO
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THE NEED FOR A FEDERATION
Dade Federal
Elects Officers
Joseph M. Lipton was re-elected
president of Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Association of Miami at
the annual meeting of tne share
holders on Tuesday, January 4,
1938.
The president in his annual mes-
sage to the shareholders of the in-
stitution said:
"The year 1937 that has just pas-
sed, hrought this Association among
the first few of the largest institu-
tions in the State of Florida. Its
acivities have resulted in the plac-
ing of approximately 300 loans dur-
ing the past year, a large number
of them for the construction of
new residences and other proper-
ties, which created a demand for
labor and building supplies, and
helped create the prosperous sltua-
tion in the Greater Miami area that
has prevailed during the past year.
JDC Funds Enable 58,661 Tots to
Stay at Health Camps in Poland
"As of December 31, 1934 the as-
sets of this Association were some-
what less than $75,000.00 as com-
pared to over $2,300,000 as of De-
cember 31, 1937. This increase in
For years there has been a tendency towards Federation of
Charities.....particularly is this true of large cities where
duplication of effort has been so great that the very purposes assets has been due to the confi-
for which organizations were formed had been destroyed and
emasculated.....
Perhaps the pleasure of direct giving .... the joy of
helping and knowing the individual whom you have aided has
been a deterrent factor in the formation and amalgamation of
charitable organizations.....we have been hesitant in
agreeing to remove this incentive to charity from the indivi-
dual......

Yet we in Miami have a problem ever increasing .... ever
growing .... and not to be denied.....Miami is essen-
tially a tourist city.....and will remain so for some time to
come.....though some of our tourists, too few in number,
are liberal, the problem is one that confronts not them but the
resident Jew.....the Jew who makes his home here the
entire year.....daily we are beset by appeals from every
possible source.....meschulochim.....collectors ....
representatives of every kind knock at our doors.....some
represent good causes.....others causes that are mere fig-
ments of the imagination.....some representatives are dig-
nified and respectful .... others are abusive and disgraceful
.....some come here for a few days .... others spend the
winter here at our expense, deducting hotels, even race track
visits from the sums collected.....
What are we Miamians going to do.....shall we defi-
nitely refuse to help.....then perhaps we are depriving
worthy institutions of the very means to continue their splendid
efforts......
Miami Jewry must face the problem of providing for their
own, for the transient, for institutions throughout the country
and abroad.....in a worth while and effective manner .
unnecessary expenses must be eliminated.....all of the funds
must be sent for the purposes given.....perhaps Federa-
tion is the only solution.....Miami Jewish leaders must
meet and decide this question.....delay should not be per-
mitted .....Miami Jewry can give only a certain amount
and that amount must do the most good......
dence of the people towards Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Associations
in placing funds with us. Our net
income and reserves have increased
substantially to assure the same
rate of dividend of 4 percent per
annum which has always been paid
for some time to come.
"The coming year 193S opens up
vistas of opportunity for this Asso-
ciation to increase its usefulness to
the community and make possible1
that its resources shall be sub-
stantially increased."
Mr. Llptoa stated that the finan-
Ahove photo shows
Dr. Bernhard
K n li n European
director of the 3.
D. C. greeting a
group o* Jewish
youngsters resting
In a summer col
ony near Wllno.
Photo to right
shows a group of
children In a J.D.C.
maintained sum*
mer colony getting
their dally sun
bath.
watched the four dogs race in the
classic, and the winner which is
owned by Art Wilson, received a
tremendous ovation.
fSec'j' Ickes To Address
Palestine Conference'
Fans have asked Jacob Sher and
William Huntley owners of the
track to match Court Jester, Reba
cial stability of the Dade Federal Nell who finished second, Moun-
REYNOLDS' BILL WOULD
OUTLAW PROPAGANDA
AGAIN8T RACE, RELIGION
Washington, D. C, (WNS)It
would be a criminal offense to "ad-
vise, advocate or teacu principles
of government based In whole or
In part in opposition to or discrim-
ination against people of any par-
ticular race or creed" under the
terms of a bill Introduced in the
Senate by Senator Reynolds of
North Carolina during his filibuster
against the anti-lynching bill. Sen-
ator Reynolds also offered a bill
to cancel the citlzeship of any nat-
uralised citizen who advocated po-
litical doctrines subversive to the
best interests of the United States
and to deport perions found guilty
of such advocacy. Denouncing
Nazi and other suberslve activities
Senator Reynolds said both bills
were sponsored by the Army and
Navy Union of the United Stutes
ABBA HILLEL SILVER NAMED
CHAIRMAN U. P. A. CAMPAIGN
N. Y., (WNS)Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver, spiritual leader of The Tem-
ple, Cleveland, and vice-president
of the Zionist Organization of
America, has been elected national
chairman of the United Palestine
Appeal for 1938 and will be Infor-
mally installed in his office by his
predecessor, Dr. Stephen S- Wise,
at the National Conference for Pal-
estine in Washington, January 22nd
and 23rd. Born in Lithuania 44
years ago, he was graduated from
the University of CIncinnatti and
Hebrew Union College in 1915. For
two years he occupied the pulpit
of a congregation in Wheeling W.
Va., after which he went to Cleve-
land. One of the country's out-
standing Rabbis and nationally
known as an orator, Dr. Silver has
been identified with many Jewish
movements.
Savings and Loan Association of
Miami lias substantially increased
In the past year, having added to
the reserves and undivided profits
of the Association over $30,000.00,
making total reserves of over $65,-
000.00.
During the past year over $55,-
000.00 of dividends were distributed
to over 1600 savings accounts In
the Institution.
Mr. Lipton further stated that
the Dade Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Miami is a
mutual savings institution, whose
earnings are distributed among the
shareholders after making allow-
ances for reserves."
This institution is chartered and
supervised by the United States
Government and each account is
insured up to $5,000.00 by an
agency of the Government-
The following were elected as
Directors of Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Association of Mia hi
Joseph M. Lipton, Leo Robinson,
Rufus H. Daniel, Irwin Cassel, Gus
Feuer, G. A. Price. Charles Beatty.
M. Kreiger, Will S. Lindsley.
Officers of the Dade Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association were
elected to serve for the coming
year as follows: Joseph M. Lipton,
President; Leo Robinson, Vice-
President, Charles Beatty, Treasur-
er, Henry E. Wolf. Secretary, Clar-
ence Feuer, Assistant Secretary
and Hugo Shonberg, Construction
Supervisor.
tain Mist, owned by the Tropical
Kennels and Tempest who has not
yet made his debut this year, but
is ready to run.
This race would be a classic and
if Court Jester beats the field
again, he will have to be given the
crown as the greatest dog in the
United States.
Pete Mullins, trainer for the
Tropical Kennels insists that he
has the better dog In Mountain
Mist and is willing to support his
belief in cold cash.
With the fans showing their
HAROLD L. ICKES, Secretary of the
Interior, one of the principal spenlicr.*
at the National Conference for Pales >
tine, meeting at the Hotel Mayficve-.'.
NEW TRACK RECORD
IS ESTABLISHED
The most astounding perform-
ance in greyhound history came
during the recent week at the West
Flagler Kennel Club where Court
Jester established a new track rec-
ord for the five-sixteenths of a
mile course in 31 2-5 seconds which
is one-fifth off the track record.
The new mark was made in a
four dog match race, Court Jester
Reba Nell. Miami Moon and Sweet
Harmony going to the post In this
event-
The largest crowd of the season
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liking for the many improvements! Washington, D- C. January 22nd andf
at Flagler and with sensational January 23rd, under the auspices of the-
dogs racing at the downtown oval United Palestine Appeal to mark thet
*" ^ completion of two decades of Palestine!
which is only ten minutes from upbuildinR and lo ^n American-Jew-
Biscayne Boulevard, a great week jsh cooperation in 1938 for the continued",
of racing is In promise. The ad- development of the Jewish Nationab
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mission is 25 cen s. Mannles Gates q{ J J^, ^^ A ,
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Friday, January 14, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Firt
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D.
6996 Albcore Drive6-1265
MIAMI BEACH
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31t St.2-9548
MIAMI
VrUumL
TbiaA.
One or both of the Rabbis will be at the
Temple every morning throughout the year
Friday night Make no en-
gagements, pay no visits, give no
partiesGo to Temple.
Temple Dinner Dance
The following is a letter which
was sent to Temple members, in
regards to the annual Dinner
Dance.
Dear Member:
On December 2nd, 1937, we wrote
to you and notified you concerning
the Gala Dinner and Dance which
will be given by our Temple on
February 9th, 1938, at 8:00 P. M.
We are very anxious to have you
With us on that night, for, knowing
that you have always helped in
the support of our Temple, and in
the somewhat difficult task of fi-
nancing it, we would like you to
share with us some of the more
pleasure-giving and joyous occas-
slons such as the delightful even-
ing which we will have on Febru-
ary 9th.
The surroundings are of unques-
tionable merit, those who attended
the Deauville affair two years ago
still laud the Deauville atmos-
phere. The dinner will be par ex-
cellence. The floor show will star
every available name in the enter-
tainment field in Greater Miami.
The dance in the company of your
friends will afford you immeasur-
able delight.
This is the last letter that we
will write to you as a member of
our Temple, offering you the op-
portunity of availing yourself of
choice seats for the affair. Your
reservation must be accompanied
by a check, so that we may send
you your ticket and table number
as soon as we are in receibt of your
check. Reservations for the entire
evening may be placed at $5.00 per
person by contacting the Temple
office- Since the demand from
tourists is a great one, we are giv-
ing you, as a member, first prefer-
ence.
Kindly answer this letter imme-
diately, so that we may have the
pleasure of seeing you with us on
the night of February 9th. Until
then, we remain
Most sinecerely yours
TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI
J. Gerald Lewis,
Chairman Entertainment Com.
Congregational
Regular Friday evening services
will be held at Temple Israel this
Friday evening, January 14th, at
8:15 p. m. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
will speak on "The Insecurity of
Armaments." Rabbi Colman A.
Zwilman will conduct the services.
A reception for members and
friends of the congregation will
follow the services.
Sisterhood
The Sisterhood of Temple Israel
will sponsor a musical evening on
Wednesday, January 19th, 1938, at
S:00 p. m. The proceeds of the
affair will go towards the purchase
of a new piano for Kaplan Hall.
Tickets are only 50c each, and an
enjoyable musical treat will be
presented, with Mrs. Hannah Asher
chairman, and Miss Evelyn Marks
co-chairman. The artists appear-
ing on the program will be Evelyn
Raff, Evelyn Marks, and Evelyn
Playman Jones.
By ARTHUR BLATT
It seems to me, that everything
is just swell this week, so lest you
haven't heard we'll let you In on it.
A month ago, we mentioned th?
fact that a certain young lady and
young man, were thataway about
pach other, he being the New York
Broker, wellthe past Monday-
evening saw this swell couple tak-
ing the vows, at our own Fort Lau-
derdale, and so our best to Kitty
and Charley Greenstein. And comes
cumes the revolution, for Sunday
Nights affair, Ruth Drevich and
Pete "Peterman Petey" Silverman
will merge on ye good old "Y"
grounds, each and everyone of you
folks are invited to attend and do
your share of making the wedding
just what it should be.
The former Natalie Pallot, Is also
back on Miami Soil, Nat, married
and left the field for Bethlehem,
but she's back visiting the folks,
and Papa Moels all tickled about
having Nat back in the Pallot
fold.
Ye Good Old President E. Al-
bert, of the above clan, is having
his share of "Y" activities, Al is
one of the best workers on the "Y"
has ever been able to get hold of.
and Its Al who catches the devil
for this and that, but this year's
beginning should be making it far
easier, it seems that many of our
local business men having become
Interested In the "Y" have done
much to add a. bit of efficiency to
the organizations manner of doing
things and they certainly have
done much to remove Borne of the
grief from Al's ehoulders. The
Parade of Stars is underway with
a head start and all arrangements
have already been made for the
show which will take place Satur-
day Midnite January 22nd, at
Miami Beach's most beautiful thea-
tre, the Cinema Casino.
Our Irish Life Member. Nick
Kenny, will again be seeing the
show, and a real show It will be,
with every big radio, stage and
screen star doing his or her bit
to aid the organization along its
way to success, you folks just don't
realize what it means, to have to
go through two or three shows and
then dash over to the Cinema Thea-
tre and put on a show to aid the
"Y" in its effort to erect a Jewish
Community Center, and yet, not
one of the shows or acts approach-
ed have refused to do their bit for
the "Y."
A Word of Warning
ORAYNOO
"OUR LIGHT"
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
1012 HARWELL STREET
ORLANDO, FLA.
Friday Night Service*
The Rabbi will speak on "Pales
tine Today" There will be an ex
hibit of the latest Palestine photo-
graphs which will be shown in the
social hall of the Synagogue dur-
ing this week.
Chamisho Osor Bishvat
Tlie entire Jewish community ha3
been invited to the outdoor Jewish
Arbor Day to be held In the gar-
dens of the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Jacobs, 100 West Gore.
Bockser from Palestine and other
goodies will be distributed to the
children of the Religious School
and Chedar. There will be games
and prizes as well as races and a
special tree planting ceremony.
Funds have been collected for the
Jewish National Fund to plant trees
in the Blalik Forest.
Ladles Auxiliary
At the last meeting of the Ladles
Auxiliary Rabbi Skop presented a
book review on the book "Mother."
by Sholom Asch- In response to the
review a number of contributions
have been made to the library
fund. The monthly bridge and ba-
zaar was held last Wednesday eve-
ning.
B'nal Brith
The election of officers will be
held next Tuesday night. There
will also be presented an unusual
program Including the Jewish
March of Time which will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Skop and Mrs-
Gus Baer. All B'nai Brith mem-
bers and those desiring to join are
urged to attend.
Youth Forum
At the last meeting of the Youth
Forum the following officers were
elected: Mr. Milton Nadler, Presi-
dent; Mr. Morris Haimowitz, Vice-
President. Miss Elaine Klepper,
Secretary; Mr. Herbert Strauss
and Miss Patricia Nadler, Editorial
Board for Oraynoo; and Miss Mary
Blattner, chairman of Welcoming
Committee.
A reception will be held at the
home of Rabbi and Mrs. Skop this
coming Sunday evening for the
B'Nai Brith Makes Second
Payment on $100,000 Grant
To Jewish National Fund
New York, (Ins.)A remittance
of $14,166.06 by B'nai Brith, its sec-
ond payment towards its $100,000
grant to the Jewish National Fund
in 1936, was announced here by Dr.
Israel Goldstein, president of the
the Fund- The agreement between
B'nai Brith and J. N. F. stipulated
that the amount is to be paid In
equal instalments until the year
1942 when B'nal Brith will observe
Its 100th anniversary. The money
is to enable J. N. F. to purchase a
tract of 4,000 dunams of land in
Palestine for the establishment of a
colony to be called B'nal Brith
Nachlath Alfred M. Cohen.
The Ex-Patients' Tuberlular
Home at Denver is an institution
that has done splendid work during
Its existence and we sincerely be-
lieve that it should not permit its
need for funds to overshadow the
bounds of decency.
A Mr. Tygel, duly accredited rep-
resentative of this institution, has
been making the rounds of Miami
and Miami Beach for this institu-
tion and in the course of his visits
has overstepped every rule of proper
and respectful solicitation. Men
and v.omen whose reputation is un-
questioned, whose devotion to Jew-
ish causes is undoubted have been
insulted and abused by this Mr.
Tygel in an attempt to coerce them
into giving what he believes to be
sufficient.
The mere fact that Mr. Tygel
represents a worthy cause does not
license him to overstep the bounds
of proprietyto abuse men and
women.
May we suggest to the Ex-Pa-
tients home that the quicker they
recall Mr. Tygel from this area the
sooner will they receive the hearty
response they desireCertainly
Miami Jewry does not want to di-
rect the attention of police author*
ities to his behavior.
O, CALM THOSE
NERVES,
BE SWEET -
SERENE.'
6Y USING
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Youth Forum and their friends. All
Jewish young men and women ar
cordially invited.
Annual Banquet
Sunday, January 30, the entire
membership of Congregation of
Oheb Sholom and Jewish residents
of Orlando will be present at the
chicken dinner and tenth annual
installation of officers. Reports
will be presented on the progress
of the community. There will be
a musical program and outstanding
speakers- Mr. Sol Wittenstein and
Mr. Martin Segal are In charge of
the program. Reservations are
now being made. Tickets are sev-
enty-five cents ($.75) per plate.
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rfSaS Thur*iay evenings at War ha. been siring practlcai and
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"^do^r are cordially invited peace i.sue. with the u,
the meeting, of the Junior length of it. membership *
.hich are held every Ifo- eleven women sorganixationlons. It
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leading Mrs. and to seek out with keener int.'!-
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on th i and means, whereby, peace may be
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a-, the program include <"r-orgiel
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CHIROPRACTIC
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Mlai BUae Ja;-
Atlanta. Oa a: bert, Miss Billie
Jacob's mother and Ii Barney Abbott J. w. Nich-
Mrs. Max ArgliiUr Mrs. Ja -. :' *** ; Bob Porton.
was former:;- ol Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Porton.
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a ragnlar rr.<:<-\r.;; of the Tampa ',Ir?- -r' > ":' '" ani' Mrs.
-.- of Junior Hada?sah was 8am Chatte, Mr tnd Mr?. Ben Ber-
held Tuesday night January 4, at IW ''- ir-d Mrs. Dean Campbell. '
i:an. Tapresident, Ir:i Ootler, I-eonard Gotler. Bobby)
.^ave Pennan. preaided. Chalte Oavid Be.-ger.
was welcomed John Owtafs. Marilyn Thorne, Bar-;
ir. as a new member. \>nrz Parrar, Mr. and Mrs. J. Porton
the annual Donor Din- and Ru*h and Eleanor Smith.
ner I^ar.'<- has begun. The Donor ---------
sill be held at the Rabbi Adolpb Burger recently
Hotel Flortdian Crystal Room the returned to Tampa from Orlando
FURNITURE REPAIRING
SITCKE repairing ar-.d refir.:h-
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work dor.*. For a real Job call 4-1501.
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latter part of May. The definite
da'e will be announced la'er.
A book report was read by v i
Ruth Simon. The Title "We Jews."
I he was the guest of Rabbi
and Mrs. Morris A. Skop.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Biraback wha
have been living in Georgia for a
Mrs. S Jacobs, a Senior Hadas-Iyear, have returned to Tampa and
sah member of the Atlanta chapter'are residing at 507 Bruce Street.
was welcomad as a guest at the: Their daughter. Miss Rae Birnback.
"ing. )who remained in Tampa, is living
The next meeting of the Junior* with them.
Hadassah will be held January 31
at the Hotel Fioridian at which! Albany, H. Y.. (Ins.)A Rabbi
time election, of officers will be became the supervisor of en'orc*-
held.
PARALYSIS
wife; Charles King and Kay Per^ ^^\
sons of the Gay Nineties clul j r : _: N. W :..-. .we.
Mother Keily's Review; Vm I ________________________
tar; Ted H-;.-ir.g. Ted j
Lew;- Harvey Bell. Roberta Bher-
wood and John Hale.
A! Rosenfeld and Leo Robinson
are co-chairmen of the program
Dg those at Wednesday's
dinner in Kenny's honor were
Mayor R R. William? Mrs. Kenny.
Oeorgie Price Joe Coops, <"
Alexander. Arthur Childers. Baron
de Hirscfa Meyer. Jack Dempsey.
Damon Ranyon, M. S. Bandler. Hy-
land Rifas, Banjamin Serkin. Wil-
liam Shayne. Joseph I Lipton. Mey-
B bwarts, Philip Berkowitz. Al
Berkowiu, E. Albert Pallot, L. Pal-
lot. A. H. Rosenfeld. Sam Seitlin.
Milton Friedman. Adolph H
Manny Tattler. Dr. Harold R^nl
Dr. Milton Sa.-law. Walter Jacobs.
b H. Mann. Larry Mo rt, Dr.
M. Goodman. Harry MarkowUt, Dr.
Samuei Beckma.. Sam Icesnick.
Harry -Schwartz a .rt <>.;. ('ataman.
MASNATA SISTERS AQUARIUM
In decorating a:
anctng aquariums m your
nd jtocke,!. ^
tropical fish, water plants.
N. W. 2.:.
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: : Tropl a FJh .\.( .
larluma. Snails. R
is: .'-. u-. ;:th Ave .
BUILDING PLANS
m on house plan .
etc.; reasonable rate*, work giui i -
teed. W Paul Meredith. Const .
- ', t-j;- n. i
Ave. Ph- :-t:2:.
FLORISTS
EXOTIC GARDENS. INC.
Flas-ler and Bride*. Phone* t-WSt
2-6*47 B. (-SM1 7
Road. Offiie 2970 H. W. 17th
" Phone 2-310S.
Fly-WEP.j! FOR AI.I, OCCASIONS
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ELECTROLYSIS
ELECTROLYSISMolet. WarU. Hair
:noved. 2S years -x-
r>erince. Consultation free. Phor-
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MANN, tit Seybold BUIk.
LIFE INSURANCE
METROPOLITAN
| LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Resident and apartment loans. Lor*
Low rates M.imi. Mla^.l
I Beach. Prompt Service
W. STANLEY DODO CO.
Phone I-
PAINTING
PADfTTNG and Roofing by license!
y.nu class work, reas-
onable. For estimate phone <-S244
Etzwiler.
::. R >AN.-'.N ; || SO room up Mil Ponce r>eLeon. Coral Gablea
-preferred. Jenkins, phone ETZWILER ROOFING and PAINTINtt
COMPANY
KOSHER!
The Tampa Chapter Zionist or-
ganization of America will have a
program dramatizing the work and
duties oflhe organization. The pro-
gram will be held at the auditorium
of the Y. M. H. A. January U.
ment of New York's state kosher'
food law when Commissioner of!
Agriculture Holton V. Noyes ap-'
pointed Rabbi Shephard Z. Baum of'
Albany as enforcement chief to suc-
ceed a layman who has resigned.
Rabbi Baum is a graduate of Ye-
shiva College and has practiced
law since 1930. His appointment
Plans are being made by the was recommended by the advisory
Brotherhood of the Temple Schaari, council of Kosher Law Enforcement
^
Do You
Own
Your Home?
There never was a better time
than now to build one
The Liberal Financing Through
Federal Housing
Administration
Make. It Possible
Glje me a ca:: and I ll! gladly
hlp you to get the best pos-
sible informat.on as to Its plan.
H. SIMONS
Care Ackerman Int. Agency
KM Seybold Bldg.
Phone 2-3151


Friday, January 14, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Sevefl
SOCIETY
Gala Concert to be Given
One of the outstanding events
of the season will be the gala con-
cert next Wednesday evening, Jan-
uary 19th at 8 o'clock in Temple
Israel. This event which will pre-
sent a concert featuring the well
known artists, Evelyn Raff, Evelyn
Plagman Jones and Evelyn Marks
is being sponsored by Temple Is-
rael Sisterhood for the benefit of
its piano fund. The public Is urged
to attend.

New Restaurant to Open
Mrs. L. Marcus, well known in
the restaurant business for a num-
ber of years will open the 'Fam-
ous Gardens Restaurant" at 525
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, to-
day and will be happy to meet her
many friends. Service and quality
foods will always be served at very
reasonable prices.

Arrive To Spend Month
M.r and Mrs. Joseph Greenberg,
whose marraige took place jast
week in Newark, N. J., have arriv-
ed to spend a month In Mr. Green-
berg's winter home in Hialeah.
The bride was Miss Lila Gotfrled
of 45 Ingraham place, Newark,
and the marriage was performed
by Rabbi Solomon Foster. Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Greenberg, parents of
the bridegroom, were in attend-
ance. Mr- and Mrs. Greenberg
will go to Havana for a few days
visit soon.

Onyx Club To Hold Dance
Miss Shirley Rosenthal was hos-
tess to the Onyx Klub last week.
Miss Rosenthal, chairman of the
Collegiate dance sponsored by the
club, gave her complete report.
The dance is to be held at the
clubrooms of the Voung Men's He-
brew Association, 1567 S. W. Fifth
street, on January 23. Music will
be furnished by Dave Traeger and
his orchestra. Assisting Miss Ros-
enthal are Miss Rose Dubler, Miss
Evelyn Marks, Miss Gladys Green-
burg and Miss Nellye Shaff. Tick-
ets are available from any of the
club members.
Discussion was held on the sec-
ond annual founder's dance which
will be given in March.
Members present were Miss Syl-
via Riachick, Miss Gertrude Shaff,
Miss Anita Cohen, Miss Muriel
Pallot, Miss Marks, Miss Dubler,
Miss Shaff, Miss Greenburg, Miss
Ruthye Bernstein, Miss Helen
Moss.
The next meeting will be Wed-
nesday at the home of Miss Ger-
trude Shaff, 1612 8- W. 14th ter-
race.

Benjamin W- Axelroad, Miami
attorney, 134 N. W. Thirty-fourth
Terrace, left recently for two
weeks' service as major judge ad-
vocate at the United States Army
Post, Fort MePherson, Atlanta. Ga.
He will go to Jacksonville in Jan-
uary to attend a meeting of the
State Democratic Executive Com-
mittee. Mrs. Axelroad and their
two sons, Donald and Benjamin, Jr.,
will join him there.
Leaves For Father's Funeral
Mr. Norman A. Rossman was
called to New York City by the
death of his father, Jacob Rossman,
a retired merchant, on January 8th.
He leaves three children, Murray
M., of New York City, Mrs. I. S.
Klemes of Long Beach, Long Is-
land, and Norman A., ot Coral
Gables.

The local offices of the State
Welfare Hoard, located at 31 N. E-
First Street, are open every day
except Saturday and Sunday from
9:00 until 3:00 for taking applica-
tions for old age assistance, Aid
to the blind, referrals to WPA, NYA
and CCC, according to Mrs. Bernard
Simon, chairman of the publicity
committee.
Under a former plan, Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays were re-
served for old age assistance ap-
plications and Tuesdays and Thurs-
days for WPA. An adequate num-
ber of workers have been assigned
to handle the requests of those who
wish to make abpllcation to the
Welfare Board.

Girl Scouts Attend Affairs
Girl Scout Troop No. 23 enjoyed
themselves during the holidays at-
tending hikes and welner roasts.
Patrol leaders of this troop are
Bahette Bier, Barbara Koven,
Gloria Kirstein, Irma Bernstein,
scribe, and Norma Stein, scout-
master,

APPLICATION BLANKS READY
AGRO-JOINT TO LIQUIDATE AC-
TIVITIES IN RUSSIA BY END 1938
,
Leaves For Atlantic City
Milton Weintraub, son of Mr-
and Mrs. L. Weintraub, left for
New York. (WNS)By the end' Atlantic City last Tuesday by auto
of 1938 the American Jewish Joint
Agricultural Corporation (Agro-
Joint), which Invested $10,000,000
in Soviet Russia In the last 13
years, will liquidate Its affairs be-
cause the Soviet authorities have
taken over most of Its activities,
It was announced by Dr. Joseph
Rosen, director of Agro-Joint, on
his arrival In this country. In ad-
dition to this disclosure Dr. Rosen
also announced that international
conditions in the U. s. S. R. had
forced the abandonment of a plan
to settle Polish Jews In Russia.
The $10,000,000 invested by Agro-
Joint resulted in the establishment
of 242 colonies in the Ukraine and
Crimea. Nearly half of this sum
invested since 1928 under an agree-
ment guaranteeing repayment by
the government will be repaid by
the end of 1938, Dr. Rosen said..
The $4,500,000 invested by Agro-
Joint prior to 1928 has already
been repaid In rubles and reinvest-
ed in the Jewish colonies-
where he will remain for several
weeks, visiting relatives and
friends.
The State Welfare Board Is the
organization authorized by the Fed-
eral Social Security Board to make
investigations on all people who
wish to apply for old age assis-
tance.
Application blanks for this form
of assistance can be procured at
the local Welfare office, 31 N. E.
First Street, or at the Homestead
office In the McCrory Arcade.
These apblicatlon blanks are free
and no deposit of any sort Is re-
quired in order to obtain them.
These are the only blanks which
will be considered as a formal ap-
plication by the State Welfare
Board and the Federal Social Se-
curity Board, according to Mrs.
Bernard Simon, chairman of the
publicity committee.
COME TO THE
GRAND OPENING
OP THE
"Famous Gardens
Restaurant"
525 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Friday, Jan. 14th
Under Management of the
Well Known
MRS. L. MARCUS
Dessert Is a man's dish. Yes! I
know it Is often regarded as a
child's dish, but eliminate It from
your menu for a few days and
you'll soon see that more com-
plaints come from Dad than from
little Donald or Dora.
A meal without a dessert la a
picnic without baseball or a fishing
trip without fish so far as Dad
Is concerned.
Really, the dessert may be made
one of the most valuable dishes of
the meal. And light fruit and milk
puddings and custards can work
wonders.
Through such desserts milk and
eggs are furnished to children who
dislike these valuable foods In
plain forms. Through these same
desserts the needed minerals, salts
and vitamins of fruits are supplied
both to children and adults.
Oranges and grapefruit are par-
ticularly valuable foods. Contrary
to the belief of some, they have a
decided alkaline reaction when
taken Into the system, and thus
tend to balance acid-reaction foods
that may be eaten during the meal.
By MOLLY MARTIN
you for your health's sake and'
for the "sweet tooth" ot your
husband as well.
Orange and Macaroon Pudding
grapefruit or orange Juice is a very
wise move. Finishing the meal
with a light pudding such as the
following la another move ot the
same type. I submit this recipe to
y} pound almond macaroon*
1 pint milk
4 eggs
% cup sugar
2 Blue Goose oranges
Soak the almond macaroons In
the milk until soft. Beat the ecss
and add to them the sugar and the
grated rind of one orange. Do not
grate in any of the white pith, as
it spoils the flavor. Stir the mix-
ture carefully into the macaroons
and add the Juice of two oranges.
Pour into an oiled mold and set on
a stand or ring in a kettle of boil-
ing water. Simmer steadily for an
hour. Serve hot with orange sauce.
Orange Sauce
5 tablespoons butter
M cup sugar
34 cup boiling water
S egg-whites
Juice of 2 oranges'
m tablespoon lemon juice'
Cream the butter with the sugar.
Starting a meal either with Put Into a saucepan over hot water
and add the boiling water. Then
beat in the stiffly beaten whites of
the eggs, the orange Juice and
lemon Juice and continue beating
until light and foamy.
LOW
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A S TO R
HOTEL
Washington at Tenth Street
MIAMI BEACH
Announces the Opening of lt New
STRICTLY KOSHER
DINING ROOM
American and European Plan
For Rate* and Information Consult
M. ROSNER. Manager
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AMERICAN BANK & TRUST COMPANY
MIAMI
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
As of Close of Business December 31, 1937
ASSETS
Cash on Hand and in Banks ..................$684,115.18
D. S. Government Bonds ...................... 98,261.75 $782,376.93
State, County and Municipal Bonds ............ 107,149.50
Other Bonds................................... 32,827.50
Federal Savings & Loan Association Fully
Paid Shares................................ 20,000.00 159,977.00
Loans Made to Individuals and Firms in Miami---- 627,672.33
F. H. A. Insured Mortgages in Miami............ 60,059.57
Other Mortgages Owned in Miami................ 8,000.00 695,731.90
Banking House ................................ 81,947.50
Bank Equipment ............................... 9.367.42 91,314.92
Other Assets.................................... 5,093.08
Total ................................................. $1,734,493.83
LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL
Capital .....................................' .$200,000.00
Surplus........................................ 55,000.00
Undivided Profits and Reserves.................. 26,404.88 $281,404.88
Deposits .................................................. $1,453,088.95
Total ................................................V.734,493.83
OFFICERS
N. A. ROSEN
Chairman of the Board
LEO ROBINSON RUFUS H. DANIEL
President 1\to President & Cashier
HYMAN SHAPIRO E. A. OERARD
Vice President Assistant Cashier
AMERICAN! BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY
MIAMI


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Friday, January 14, 1935
Page Eight
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
326 Jefferson Avenul
Phone 5-1328
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
Daily Services: Every morn-
ing at 7 and S o'clock; Saturday
at 7 and 9 A. M. Evening serv-
ices dally at 5:15: Friday night
at 5 and at S:15 o'clock. Late
Friday evening services will be-
gin at 8:15 P. M. and will be
conducted by Kabbi Mescheloff
and Cantor Mamches. Rabbi
Hi Bchelofl will preach on the
topic "Fanatics." Saturday
morning he will take as his sub-
"The Royal Blessing." Sat-
urday afternoon he will speak
on the lortion of the week at
sh S'oodoss."
f Joint Campaign
Purposes Stated
(Continued from page 1)
do not get this help, they will not
. survive.
-? 1 ..The Jojnt Distribution Commit-
est which our young men's group (ec is tne 0,..iy major American or-
has aroused by their Sunday mom- pulsation that helps those remain-
The ing in Germany. At present there
MAURICE G. MAMCHES. Cantor
726 Meridian Avenue
'Phone 6-2013
| ing Minyan and breakfast,
group is open to all young me!' I
from the age of 13 to IS. Minyan
When Help Is
Needed
(Continued from page 1)
these funds MUST come from YOU.
And so. my friendswhy not do
,he decent thing-send your con-
tribution in to the Jewish Welfare
Hureau-NOW.
And you. friend touristsperhaps
M. L. MARCUS CO.
Office Suppliers and Furniture
Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing
LOWEST CASH PRICES
41 N C. First St. Ph. 2-1661
is no
liklihood that more than ten ,he excuse you so often otter tnai
emigrate
to fifteen thousand can
each year. This means that for at
is conducted by members of the 1(?agt 'anotiiet- decade, hundreds of
Friday Night Services
thousands must continue to live
under conditions of cruel oppres-
sion In Germany. With the help
of the Joint Distribution Commit-
be the cantors ^Sunday- ^ (he Jewg of Germany have es-
tabllsl atral organisation for
all relief and reconstruction work-
Cp to this time they their,
have been able to supply a large
part Of the funds needed to pro-
mote emigration, vocational re-
; welfare york, edu-
croup Sid Besvenik and Irving
Diets were the cantors last week;
Herbert Paley aud Arthur Singer
will
and breakfast is served through
the assistance of our Sisterhood.
Hachnossass Orchim
At the meeting of the Hachoss-
ass Orchim (Charity) Fund held
lay night. Mr. David Klein.
vou have to take care of your own
poor in your home townmay we
respectfully suggest in terms that
are unmistakableThe vast major-
ity of all these cases are not na-
tive problemsthey come from
your HOME towns
,. gave the financial n BDd other i
[vices. B it their means have
port Sugg Btlons tor further in
: *! ,,egITlce w"'* i the benefit of ,-, auappeared now. and
;lbbl the many needy M must come from
I. Miller and others- Plant
for growth of membership ami
treasury were adopted.
Th Way
Skeletoni

:- cordially invited to
At I S :
I -
1 the por-
i at I
S hel
Hebrew School
'.
1 1 1 of a
EOgU
ni In our
. 1 :
i-.tional rooms for our He-
School a Sui January 18, at : I have been
and an o::i>e for our completed. Mrs. B. H. London.
has appointed on the re-
gion cor.. Ittee the following:
live to sixteen Mrs s- Beavnlk. Mrs. Myers. Mrs.
Adult Courses
Hel row Con versa-
ight al 8 p. m. Wed-
ly night. "The Reason Be-
. Jewish L 1 and Customs"
will be the subject >: the lecture
-day. Both an
en by Rabbi Mescheloff, arc- free.
adult men and wo-
Sisterhood Bridge
All arrangements for the Sister-
hood Bridge to be held next Tues-
lncludes the
Unite I & has
f0r its pu :> huilding of
registered at < ur tool
We thank r, Mrs B.
aeloff, Mrs. J. Wilensky, Mrs.
Rose W( is, Mrs M. Mamches.
H. I. SiSU Mn T *,n- Mrs- M- s- Rubin. Mrs.
Wa hsler, Mrs. 1. r. Mintzer and
..:: and Mrs. M.
-er.
-
Mr. J.
f the
Wc
-
ns
. made.
hope that 1 on ttao
the need of
and
promises
ling < vent of this
The
Mrs. J. Al-
oud Cohen, Mrs.
1 Mrs Samuel I
and Mrs M. B
ufc
n who v : attend our
daily school 1
We welcome .
dren any Sun lay from 10 to 12
':' noon from 1 to
8 p, m.
: assemblies, held
10 a. m to noon ar-> open
to the public. Come and hear our
children report on the Jewish news
of the week, and sing songs old and
new..
Young Men's Group
Reports were given last Sunday
by Myron Price. Harriet Gottes-
man. Phyllis Cohen and Nathan
Reingold.
It is gratifying to see the inter-
I id from any of
M Sisterhood offi-
it'CtiH jsjtm, wiAmrBtaCo
JACKSONVILLE
. FLORIDA -
' Convanlantly iocfi In (ho
do-nion buiinau, ibopplnf and
( thfitcr district Every room m oajtiidt
fooni witfc private oath, (no court)
' circulating let waUr.radlo, fan and
feaJ raadirij lamp. Suitaa ol parloo
hezioom and bilk. Superior cutting
a-: larvlce in Tke Pali* Grill, eael
In The Rooicvell Randcivc.ua.
All O-nide Rooi.i_.Ne Co.,I
Ciiolatlaf It. Water le every ,eoa
f77 Roomi- Smalt eridi Private Beth t?.(X>-\
44 Rooau $2.50 55 Rooaaa $3.00
66 Room S? 50 S3 Rooau $4.00
11 Suiter: Parlor Bedrooet Beth $6.00
34 Sample Roomi with Private Beta) $4.00
y ,.i Uiiliii la tin, lar Daekla Oaaaaaacv
- Anaaatrai ', < MaaaktV taua-J
A' Robert R. M^ycr Hot.
BARON de HIRSCH MEYER
man for Miami Beach
Appeal-
tine as a Jewish homeland,
where thousands of exiles have
found a haven of rtf ,ge in the
nd are aftoruea an
opportunity to speedily adjust
themselves to new conditions and
: aking great progress in be-
coming self supporting, and mak-
ing Palestine one of the world's
outstanding countries.
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