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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Volume IINo. 3.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1938
Price Five Cents
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
By LUDWIO LEWISOHN
The views expressed by Lud- o
wig Lewlsohn In his column ai-a
his own and do not necessarily
reflect the policies or attitude of
our publication. Reproduction In
whole or In part strictly for-
bidden.
What is ghetto in the evil sense?
Segregation by force, by outer
force, for the purpose of humilia-
tion and of impoverishment. This
force 'which creates the evil ghetto
need not be in human society an
either physical or legal force. Hu-
man societies and human society
have subtler powers and need not
necessarily in order to enact their
wishes have recourse to either
brute compulsion or to law; by
tacit or almost tacit understand
ings they can exclude a group or
groups of people from participa-
tion in sucn and such activities, or-
ganizations, or from areas of resi-
dence, use of facilities and so on.
Whenever this Is done within any
society against the will of the ex
eluded individuals and groups there
is always the danger of the estab-
lishment of a ghetto in the evil
sense. The excluded against their
will have the tendency to establish
institutions merely imitative of
those against which they have been
shut out. Since these institutions,
fraternities, clubs, etc-, have no
life-giving principle, no inner or-
ganizing' force of their own, but ex-
ist slowly by compulsion, they tend
to become of the ghettl-ghetti
ghastly post emancipatory sort,
ghetti without pride, memory, pur-
pose, prayer, aspiration.
The failure on the part of Jews
to understand that is to me a
source of perpetual astonishment.
I happen to know too that it is a
source of perpetual astonishment to
Intelligent and sensitive Chris-
tians. Thus, to come to my point,
I have never been able to under-
stand why Jewish studentB in our
colleges, excluded from Gentile
fraternities and desiring very prlp-
erly to organize groups of their
own for social and other purposes,
chose the slavish imitativeness of
making their groups Greek Letter
fraternities. Was there not some
one who said to them: "This very
nomenclature declares ghetto. This
blank imitativeness shouts from
the housetops that you exist merely
by exclusion, that hunger is all
your food and envy all your sub-
stance." I am convinced, very
proudly convinced, that if one were
to analyse the difference of reac-
tion in a really fine Cent He stu-
dent or faculty member to the
Hillel Foundation and the Menorah
Society on the one hand and to
the conventiinal Greek Letter fra-
ternity manned by excluded Jews
on the other, one would find two
extremly different Judgments of
valuein the first case a reaction
of consent, of respect, even of in-
tellectual curos'ty which might
grow into knowledge and love; in
the seconn case at most a polite
tolerance which any analysis of the
situation could so easily tinge with
contempt.
Well, theworld does move and
the Jewish world is moving on a
little and a number of Jewish fra-
ternity men have independently
reached something very like the
conclusions here set down. This
group led, I understand, by Mr.
Meyer Pesin of Jersey City, called
a conference on December 12th
for the formation of a National
Council of Jewish fraternities. This
whole plan came into beng, I am
Informed, "in response to an arti
culate and inarticulate cry of Jew
ish fraternity men who sensed the
woeful indifference of fraternities
not only to the greater and all-in
elusive Jewish problem, but to the
very need of comfort and guidance
of the Jewish student."
So far, so good. Now I have
been permitted to examine the pro
posed constitution of this National
Council of Jewish Fraternities-
Certain aspects of it are depressing
enough. The Preamble plunges at
once into the weary mattter of
"group solidarity to combat anti-
Jewish feeling and prejudice." We
need hardly go further. You can-
not, young friends and fellow-Jews,
combat a feeling so intricate and
visceral and deep-seated as antl
Semitism by a loose danger-inspir
ed solidarity attempted at an
eleventh hour for that purpose. Re-
read that sentence. It contains the
whole truth of the matter. Pass-
ing resolutions (cf. Article II, P. 5)
is worse than useless. It is in dan-
ger of becoming farcical. Even
the support (P. 7) of "lnter-falth
and good-will movements" will only
induce in you, members of a weak
pacifist minority, an agreeable sen-
sation. It will alter things no
whit. Resolutions will not help,
organization will not help, clamor
and protet will not help either you
or the others.
What Will Help?
Learning to lead Jewish lives.
That, that only. Nothing else.
First, for your own sakes. Only
from leading memorled Jewish
lives will spring a solidarity which
will turn segregation into free self-
affirmation. Do you know when
you will have prevailed? When
your Jewish fraternity means so
much to your own Jewish lives and
Jewish souls that, were the bars
suddenly to be broken and the
swankiest Gentile frat. offer to
take you in, you would with all
good will and all appreciation and
no memory of former exclnsion oe
affront, instinctively and instantly
refuse. Refuse. Because no non-
Jewish fraternity could satisfy fully
your special need of historical and
spiritual fellowship, could be and
express and tend to the cultivation
of your deepest self.
Nothing less must be the aim.
Nothing less will do much good,
because nothing less will reach the
goal. Negatives, broadly speaking,
have neither persuasive nor crea
tive power. They persuade neither
the self nor the world- ... I have
a vision of a Jewish fraternity on a
college campus to whose house the
Christian friends of members will
consider it a distinction and a thing
of beauty and edification to be in-
vited on Erev Shabbath or for the
Seder; a frat. house from which
will radiate a spirit of intellectual
Integrity and pacifist libertarlanlsm
on the grounds of Jewish religion
and the history of Israel, so that
all sensitive and libertarian spir-
its on that campus, of whatever
race or faith, will be glad that that
house stands there. Resolu-
. An Open Letter .
We, the Rabbis representing tra-
ditional Judaism in Greater Mia-
mi, taking cognizance of a flagrant
violation of our Jewish burial rites
and laws, strongly protest aga'ns
the sanctimoniousness of indivi
duals who dare sanction or officiate
at Jewish burials on a non-Jewish
cemetery.
The Greater Miami Jewish Cem
etery Association about three year
ago expended the sum of four hun-
dred dollar! to disinter a Jewish
body buried in a non-Jewish ceme-
tery in a small Southern commun-
ity in order that the "final re-
mains" rest on "Karka shel Yis-
roel." And yet here in Miami, fam-
ilies ignorant of Jewish laws fol-
low the word of psuedo-leaders and
unknowingly violate the most tac-
red rite.
We strongly call attention to the
undertakers of Greater Miami that
it is their duty to notify imme-
diately the chairman of the Jewish
Cemetery Association upon receipt
of a Jewish body; for in many in-
stances the respective families are
ignorant of the Jewish burial rites
and laws.
We strongly condemn the prac-
tices of undertakers In shipping
Jewish bodies wrapped up in sheets
(which is Blzyon Ha Mes) wlthou
proper traditional Jewish prepara-
tion. At all events, notify the
chairman of the Association or
anyone of the undersigned Rabbis.
We sincerely trust that the un-
dertakers will comply with the re-
quests of the Rabbis and work in
keeping with the reverent spirit of
Jewish law and custom.
(Signed)
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
Rabbi Max Shapiro.
United Appeal
Names Committee
REFUSES TO BE PHOTO
GRAPHED WITH 8WASTIKA
New York (WNS) Claudette
Colbert, noted screen actress, re-
fused to be photographed with a
floral wreath presented to her be-
fore sailing for Europe on an Ital-
ian ship until a swastika flag at-
tached to the wreath was removed.
When Miss Colbert was given the
wreath she noticed that it was
decorated with many flags, among
them the swastika. When the pho-
tographers tried to get her to pose
with the floral decoration she an-
grily refused until the swastika
was removed. In private life Miss
Colbert is the wife of Dr. Joel
Pressman, noted Jewish physician.
tiona Keep faith with your fath-
ers and your own souls. Learn
Hebrew; practice the great ritual
minima; put a Mezuzah on your
door and your hearts. You will
see-
Baron De Hirsch Heyer, chair-
man of the Miami Beach United
Jewish Campaign has received the
following statement from the Joint
Distribution Committee regarding
the situation overseas:
"Roumania threatens to outlaw
Jews in disregard of treaties ac-
cording to Dr. Bernard Kahn."
"Dr. Kahn, European Director of
the American Jewish Joint Dlstrl-
i bution Committee, arriving last
night on the United States liner
Washington, declared that the num-
ber of Jews deprived of their rights
and economic opportunity in Eu-
rope had greatly increased during
the past year.
. "In Roumania," said Dr. Kahn,
"the government had adopted antl-
semitism as a doctrine and prac-
tice, and threatened to outlaw the
9,000.000 Roumanian Jews. Disre-
garding peace treaties, minority
treaties and the constitution of
the country."
"In Poland, violent anti-Jewish
propaganda, severe boycott, and
humiliating anti-Jewish regulatiins
like the introduction of ghetto
benches are practiced with little or
no opposition on the part of the
government except sometimes in
cases of physical violence and pub-
lic disturbance.
"It is a matter for encourage-
ment, however, that many out-
standng personalities and some poll
tical parties in Poland are courag-
eously raising their voices against
the inhuman treatment of the Jews
and the poisonous atmosphere of
anti-Semitism.
"In Germany, the Jews are being
driven out of the last economic po-
sitions. Increased oppression is
swelling the number of refugees
and emigrants. More than 15,000
Jews had to leave Germany during
the last year and in the middle of
the year the German laws of racial
discrimination were extended to
the 12,000 Jews in Upper Silesia
(the Danzig corridor.)
"Throughout Europe there are
today some 25,000 refugees from
the anti-Jewish terror, the greater
part of them living in need and in
a position of demoralizing uncer-
tainty. It is greatly to be hoped
that the lnter-governmental confer-
ence at the League of Nations
which will take up the refugee
problem again in February will
find ways and means to ameliorate
the situation of these unhappy peo-
ple.
"Five to six million in all are
today the victims of governmental
anti-Semitism and policies of un-
checked anti-Semitic propaganda
and persecution. All of these mil-
lions are in danger of losing their
(Continued on Page 5)
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.
Y. M. H. A. Sponsor
"Parade Of Stars"
Stars from virtually every night
club in the Miami area, as well as
stage, radio and screen celebrities
who are vacationing here, will pa-
rade Saturday evening at the Cin-
ema Casino at Miami Beach when
the Y. M. H. A. offers its fourth
annual benefit show.
With such well-known personal-
ities as Jack Dempsey, former
world heavy-weight champion, Nick
Kenny, writer of hit songs and ra-
dio columnist, Roscoe Ates, movie
comedian, Don Lanning, local nlte
club owner. Harvey Bell of the
Club Bagdad and Sid White, theat-
rical agent, acting as masters of
ceremonies, the performance bids
fair to be one of the highlights of
Miami's winter entertainment.
A capacity audience is indicated
from advance ticket sales accord-
ing to Al Rosenfeld, ticket chair-
man, who prophesies that every
one of the 975 seats at the Cinema
Casino will be filled Saturday even-
ing when the curtain goes up at
11:15. Bubbles Becker and his N.
B. C. orchestra, playing at the Cin-
ema, have donated their services
for the event as has every other
artist on the program, Larry Mor-
ris, manager, said.
Through the courtesy of Miami
and Miami Beach night clubs who
are lending their stars, the pro-
gram will Include every type of
popular entertainment.
Heading the galaxy of stars will
be Miss Fifl Dorsay, known for her
work on the stage, screen and ra-
dio. She, as well as Maralyn Duke,
Duchess of Song, and Virginia Mat-
ttson, dance stylist, are from the
41 club. Miss Grace Barrie and
the entire Royal Palm floor show
will appear and the Club Continen-
tals is sending Johnny Hale, for-
mer star of Earl Carrol's Sketch
Book and Vanities.
Ramon and Renita, international-
ly known ball room dance team
who won such popularity in the
Miami area last season, head the
list of dance stars.
Other favorites on the program
include Roberta Sherwood from the
Club Bagdad; Mark Plant, singing
star of the Ziegfleld shows, from
the Hollywood Beach Hotel; the
Three Scamps from the Riptide
Club; Arthur Boran, mimic and
impersonator; Cookie Bowers, who
has been featured on Rudy Valee's
radio broadcast; Charles Mansfield,
lyric tenor formerly of Schubert's
"Blossom Time," and Jack and
Betty Lee, youth dance team.
With celebrities arriving in town
daily, other stars are expected
be added to the bill.
E. Albert Pallot, president of
the organization, has been assisted
by Leo Robinson and Al Rosenfeld,
as co-chairmen, in making arrange-
ments for the benefit perforfance.
proceeds from which are to be used
In carrying on the work of the as-
sociation.
Walter Jacobs, member of the
Board of Governors, has also been
playing an active part In the affair
as have Sam Seitlin, Larry Morris,
Dr. Samuel Beckman, Al Berkowltz
Harry Schwartz, Jules Wilson.
Chester Alexander, Milton Fried-
man, Abe Goldman, E. M. Tietler,
Irving Querido and Jack Abbott. i


JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, January 21, 1938.
Page Two
Luncheon Bridge To Be He^d I
-r IPIllaH rs. J.
are spoa
|ge to be held V-
--..-
-.he ber.-.
od.
S
CE
TY
S
Belief : B-dge Ts Be G -e-
- k cards were played and r by Bob Lear.
and
H. Magid. the officers
v.. i po the board of directors.
., Mr. and V ;
af ?
i Halpera Mr. and Mrs. dent, and m
Ir. and Mrs. Herman led by Isaac Loin, past
Saber, Mr. and Mr;. Max Baber, :.: of the Lodge. Goldman.
, of Mr .
- nton. Pa., and many ,0 William Friedman retiring treai ^^
; the Lodge and a gift of si. lmj n ( .
.
Sorority Holds Installation president.
and
Visit* Relatives Here
Mrs. Jo~ph "' Atlantic
j spending several
the guest of her sls-
- n Mrs. Many Kaufman and

be awarded to the most "colle-
giate" couple present. Features ot
the evening will be a Paul Jones.
Big Apple and dance contest As-
i sisting M'ss Rosenthal on her com-
mittee are Miss Evelyn Marks. Miss
... Dubler. Miss Gertrude Shaft.
The committee In charge of deco-
cting the clubrooms is Miss Jean-
nette MlnUer, Miss Ruthye Bero-
stein and Miss Nellye Shaff. Tick-
ets are available from club mem-
bers.
Discussion was also held on a
theatre party to be given in the
early part If February. Complete
plana will be announced later-
The next meeting will be held
at the home of Miss Gertrude
Shaff. 1C12 S. W. Hth terrace.
B-s -ess Meeting To Be Held
A meet-
Mm D I Rosenbloom. who was
\ the non e guest of Mr. and Mrs. M.
T ;,%o ne B F^k 'eft for her home in
.H1* "LufRabb Col 'Montgomery, Ala.
Chi SOI rity held by all in the chorus. Rabbi l ...
JSTJS V W. H. A. To Sponsor Dances
: IS
ed I
\ s ts He-e
Gl ::n Kir-
So. 5 of B
will sponsor
^.TGrand"1"/ ^ MA ^
GraDd L" evening at 0 p. m. In-
ILTSS ary 10 at the V. Admission
in
M .- ..
... :- '''- ~a;
Means to Me." Irma Bern-
accomplishments of
Cast Off Clothing Requested
Because of the Importance; of
e work
time The J
Auxiliary argent s all
-..-._- Ing and
-.:.... ir I rti lea to send them
rority during her adm.:
i ; resident an I I mi you
la -
.
Meeting Is Postponed
The sewing meeting to have been
to the rummage store conduc ( the home of Mrs. Samuel Katz.
the Ladies Auxiliary or to contact iewing chairman of Senior Hadas-
L. J. Har.z. lira. Maurice s.. ; street on Mon-
Jacobs or Mrs. Ida 0;tner who will day, Jan. 24. has been indefinitely
make arrangements to call for postponed. Due notice of this
the evening.
Following the serving of the din-
these dances will be a nominal fee
for gentlemen and ladies will be
them.
these
ing pictures were taken which will
be shown at a later date.
meeting will be carried in
columns at a later date.
Wedding Is Solemnized
Several hundred friends attend- Noted Singer to Appear Here
ed the wedding of Miss Ruth Dre-I Isa Kremer. internationally fam-
vich. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. | ous concert singer, who established
M. Drench, to Peter Silverman. a reputation for her remarkable in-1 Announced
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. SUverm, stations of Jew.sh folk songs ^r" Be,s,e Dlamond has an.
at the Miami Jewish Orthodoy Con- will be heard in a concert featuring engagement of her
ration last Sunday nigh,. Rabbi Jewish folk songs and songs of a1 ^.^ ^
raham A. Kellner officiated and nations at the Odd Fellows Hall. Brunswick N J
sted by Cantor Maurice N. W. Second avevnue at Fourth.
hes of Beth Jacob Conerega on Tuesday evening, Febru-|
ary 15. under the sponsorship of vi't ln Miami
ner. for which a vote of thanks was j free.
men of ereater Miami are coroiauy
"ASA *~J
by some of the leading members
of the Lodge. In charge of ar-
menta were J. Louis Shochet.
man, who presided during the
banquet. Nathan Adelman. R. R
Adler treasurer of the banquet
committee. Isaac Levin. Leo Eisen-
stein. S. N. Halpert and J. Aron
Abbott. Several cf the addresses
will be served.

Returns From Vacation f
Mrs. Hyman Kesser returned to
the city from a three week's stay
in New Yirk City as the guest of
relatives and friends. Returnim:
with her were her sister, Mrs. Joe
Lasher of New York City. her
and songs were recorded and mov-jaunts Mrs. D. MoskowlU of Rrook-
During the service Mr. Marx the Workn. '.- Branch No
Feinberg sang several selections I r Miami.
Following the ceremony the par-
- cf the bride were hosts at a
eptlon a: the Young Men's He-
brew Association where dancing
enjoyed until a late hour.
a Brochos" was condu
i the tradition^'. Rabbi
: .:.
lyn and Mrs. B. Wollreich of Ir->
vington. N. J. They will remain
here for the season as Mrs. Kes-
ser's guests.
.
Onyx Club Announces Plans
Miss Gladys Greenburg was hos-
is week to the Onyx club in
her home.
Miss Shirley Rosenthal, chairman
of the "Collegiate Dance." gave a
Officers are Installed
M three hundred mem (
J'.-ith and friends during cer s;a}- jn this
from ail parts of the country at-1 ...
. la installation ban-
let of the local Bnai B'rith Lodge
last Tuesday eight at the Hotel
Mrs. Kate Rapp, of Brooklyn, N.
Y.. is visiting her sister and broth- complete report. The dance is to
er-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank be &*<* in the clubrooms of the
for the season. Mrs. Rapp is also *. H. A 1W7 S. W- Fifth
the sister of Mrs. Morris Dubler *
and she will be lavish : :ained
Oneg Shabbat To Be Held
The Oneg shabbat or Sabbath
Tea of the Miami Chapter of Sen-
ior Hadassah will be held this Sat-
urday at the home of Mrs. Morris
Alpert. 1400 Lenox avenue, Miami
' Beach, from two until four o'clock.
! Assisting hostesses are Mrs. Frank
Coret, Mrs. Leonard Finn, Mrs.
Maurice Jacobs and Mrs. Benja-
min Turchln.
The program has been arranged
by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein and will
Include a review of Dorothy Ruth
Kahn's recent book on modern Pal-
estine, entitled 'Spring up oh Well'
by Mrs. Joseph Williamson. Hebrew
sings and group singing will be led
by Mrs. Edward Friedman. Mrs.
Weinstein will continue the fire-
aide discussion series assisted by
Mrs. Elias Freidus.
All members and friends are
cordially invited. A special re-
quest has been made that all guests
assemble promptly.

Zionist District To Hold Meeting
A business meeting of the Great-
er Miami Zionist District will take
place Monday evening, January 24
at 8 p. m.. at the Beth David Tal-
mud Torah. All members and
friends are cordially invited to at-
tend.
A membership campaign is being
conducted at the present time and
all those interested in joining are
urged to attend. An attempt is be-
ing made to collect dues from the
present members and all members
are urgently requested to forward
their checks for the annual dues of
13.00 to Mr. Harry Zukernick, 817
Washington avenue. Miami Beach.
- the Board of the Ml .,mi Beach Guests ar-
. 0rthodos c Irtng before dinner began enjoyed
, the brides father is pre- *">* "^
- The couple left for a brief,!he Bubble } Hotel E
and were served t> ith canapes of
all kinds in the spacious lobby.
; o'clock the guests were ush-
ered into the dining hall to music
ed bv the orchestra. Follow-
.-... auu .irs. ~aui .ntin..^ trie- > ,
i their eighteenth edding ^ brief ^'-^uctory remarks by
ersary with a dinne- and' <*airman. Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kar-
card party, last week. The; Ian. of Temple Israel gave the inTO-
ymooa trl| They will make
.. home in Miami.
...
Anniversary Is Celebrated
and Mrs. Sam Marcus eele-
I were decorated with roses
and orange blossoms and at nine
cation while the guests stood. Dur-
ing the course of the dinner accor-
dion solos were played, selections
Convalesces At Home
Mrs, Max Rappaport re-
from the Jackson Memorial hospi-
tal to her home where she is now
convalescing from a recent illness.
...
Holds Annual Luncheon
The annual Bridge Luncheon of
the Ladies Auxiliary was held last
ssday at the Fleetwood Ho-
tel. In charge of arrange
were Mrs. Mark Max. chairman,
who was assisted by Mrs. Frank
Frankel. Mrs. George Reiss. Mrs
Maurice Jacobs, as co-chairman and;
her committee of Mrs. R. R Adler.'
Mrs. H. Markus, Mrs. J. Richter,
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COLLINS AVE. AT THIRTEENTH
Where vour every ^vis'r. is oar delight.
Home comfort and modern service,
combined with the finest cuisine .
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Phone 2-3151
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each
Jantzen Swim Suits
Fashioned of new Wi*p-0-\Vool yarn knitted with lastex
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Friday, January 21, 1938.
THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN
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P. O. Boa 1TTI
PLANT AND OFFICE8
21 8. W. Seoond Avenu.
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J. LOUIS SROCHET. Editor.
FRED E. SHOCHET, CircuUtion Manr*r
Eataraa "
ond elui m.ttr July 4, 1*80. at th. Poit Offic. at Miami, Flc-ida,
under ln Act of march I. 111*.
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN
Rapraaentativa
WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. M. SCHREBNICE
Rprniatly
ORLANDO
DORIS 8. HELLER
RapreMDtativa
TAMPA
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VOLUME NO. II.NO. 3.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1938
TRUE HELP
We have heard so much of "It's a splendid organization,
we should help it" and that alone that often we have asked
ourselves the question, "Does one really feel that he has done
his duty when he merely talks about things.
We are prompted in these remarks by numerous discussions
we have heard recently about the Young Men's Hebrew Asso-
ciation and its affiliated activities. Merely talking about how
good it could be, merely finding fault with it even where fault
does actually exist, will not accomplish the desired effects.
True, there is much about the Y. M. H. A. that should be cor-
rected, and it will be if the proper encouragement to those in
charge is given, not merely talk but concrete help.
The Y. M. H. A., with the aid of some of the most prominent
Jewish and non-Jewish citizens of this community is sponsoring
its annual event, "The Parade of Stars" at the Cinema Casino
tomorrow night at 11 o'clock with a cast of stars of stage, screen
and radio promised for an evening of entertainment that will
be worth far more than the price of admission.
May we suggest in all sincerity.....the proper and only
way of trying to make the Young Men's Hebrew Association
what it should be, and what we hope those in charge are trying
to make it be....."a true character building institution"
is by aiding it.....we urge your attendance at the Cinema
Casino tomorrow night.
PROPER ACTION
The Jewish Floridian, ever ready to point out what it be-
lieves to be a lack of action is more than happy to direct the
attention of the public where commendation should be given.
It is a pleasure to commend Eabbis Kellner, Mescheloff and
Shapiro for their courageous action in directing the attention
of Greater Miami Jewry to practices which are unfair and to
which an immediate end should be put.
The statement of these gentlemen on the front page of our
paper deserves the commendation of all right thinking Jews
.....moreover it merits the active support of the laity to
the end that the ills complained of should not occur again.
May we say to these Rabbis, "Y'yasher kochachem!"
EXECUTIVE TO PRESS FOR
DECISION IN PALESTINE
Jerusalem (WNS Palcor Agency)
A two-fold prlgram. Involving
pressure upon the British Govern-
ment to end Its delays and the for-
mulation of a Jewish State scheme,
was submitted to the meeting of
the Smaller Actions Committee by
David ben Ourion, chairman of the
Jewish Agency Executive, and ap-
proved by Its members. The line
of action of the Executive, Mr. Ben
Gurion explained, wan, drat, to op-
pose the Government's dllatorlnesa
and to urge the speeding of a solu-
tion of Palestine's problems, and,
second, to act with all dispatch for
the Improvement of a Jewish State
scheme that would enable the Exe-
cutive to submit it at the earliest
possible moment for a decision by
the Zionist Congress. In the mean-
time, he stressed, the Executive
would continue to demand respect
for all obligations assumed by
Great Britain under the Mandate.
Mr. Ben Gurion then aaked the
members of the Zionist Actions
Committee if there waa any objec-
tion to the policy which he had
outlined. With no objection being
voiced, the session waa adjourned.
Washington, D. C, (WNS)The
Senate Foreign Relations Commit-
tee may hold hearings on a resolu-
tion requesting President Roosevelt
to intervene in behalf of Jews and
other minorities threatened with
persecution In Roumanla, it waa in-
dicated by Senator James J. Davis,
Pennsylvania Republican and for-
mer Secretary of Labor, who In-
troduced the resolution. The reso-
lution says: "Resolved, that the
President of the United States be
requested to communicate to the
Senate, if not incompatible with
public interest, any information In
his poasesslon, concerning prospec-
tive edicts against Jews and other
minorities in Roumanla recently
reported to have become the an-
nounced program of the Roumanian
government and to use his good
offices to obtain a peaceful settle-
ment of proposed threata to the
well-being of theae minorities." A
similar resolution, fathered by
Representative William Sirovich of
New York, is pending In the House.
In introducing his resolution, Sen-
ator Davis cited previous efforts of
the United States to champion
Jewish rights in Roumanla, notably
the statements of Secretary of
State Fish in 1872, the note of Sec-
retary of state Hay in 1902, and a
House resolution In,l9l3.
FACTS YOU
SHOULD KNOW
Arsenius of Orta, a Catholic
Bishop of the 9th Centdry wanted
to introduce the Jewish Tallit into
the Christian services.
RABBI PHILLIP S. BERNSTEIN
Chairman of the Committee on
International Peace Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis, who
will address a mass meeting of
local and visiting Jewry at the At-
lantis Hotel, Miami Beach, Sunday,
January 30th.
Society
Jews have tried everything It
seems. The false Messiah, Abra-
ham Abulfia, tried to convert
Pope Martin IV to Judaism.
JACK DEMP8EY
Master of ceremonies at
of Stars."
Parade
The Jews of Algiers, in the 14th
century, had to be severely repri-
manded by the Arab governor as
well as by their own Rabbi, Isaac
bar Sheshet, because together with
the native Arabs, they attempted
to block Jewish immigration Their
excuse was that they feared prices
would go up If a sudden Influx were
allowed.
Birthday To Be Observed
Cantor and Mrs. Maurice Mamches
extend a cordial invitation to all
the'r friends to attend a lawn party
at their home 710 Michigan avenue,
Miami Beach, on Sunday, January
23, between 3 and 5 p. m., in cele-
bration of the first birthday of
their daughter, Tamara Elaine. No
cards have been issued.

Engagement It Announced
Mrs. Jeanette Goodkowsky, of
Boston and Miami Beach, announce-
es the engagement of her daugh-
ter to Aaron Farr, son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Farr of Miami. Mr.
Farr is associated with his father
as a member of the Farr Tours.
Inc., and is pidely known in musi-
cal circles as a composer and pia-
nist. He attended Mercer College
and the University of Miami and
is a member of the Phi Epsilon
PI Fraternity. Miss Goodkowosky
is active in Junior Hadassah and
the National Council of Jewish
Juniors and was recently elected
psesldent of the Junior Hadassah
Glee Club. The date of the wed-
ding will be announced at a later
date.

Spinoza la Topic
"Spinoza, the greatest Jew of
Modern Times and the Greatest of
Modern Philosophers," was the top-
ic of Dr. Wolf soft's fourth lecture
before the Spinoza Group, this sea-
son. Next Saturday afternoon, the
group will meet again on the lawn
of 1059 Collins avenue, Miami
Beach. Dr. Wolfson will tell the
story of Spinoza's early life, his
Jewish education, his teachers.
Rabbi Saul Levl Mortera and Men-
nasse ben Israel anl his excom-
munication. General d iscussion
follows every lecture. All are wel-
come. There Is no charge.

Hadassah memmbera and friends
are again reminded of the dinner
dance with entertainment, that Is
to be held next Tuesday evening
at the Hollywood Beach Hotel at
8:30 p. m. Reservations should be
made at once with either Mrs.
Samuel Slmonhoff, chairman, 7-
2107; or with the co-chairman, Mrs.
Harry Platoff. 5-7980. If lecessary,
transportation can be arranged for
by communicating with either Mrs.
Slmonhoff or Mrs. Platoff.

Visits In Miami
Mrs. H. A. Goodman and daugh-
ter, Ruth, of Springfield, Mass., are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubin
at the President Hotel. Mrs. Good-
man is a sister of Mrs. Rubin.

8IOGA FRATERNITY
HOLDS ELECTION
Election of officers of the Sloga
Fraternity were recently held.
Those elected were: Billy Merlin,
President; Sam Badanes, Vice-
president; Dave Kronberg, Secre-
tary and Publicity Chairman; Abe
Berkowitz, Troasurer. Sol Berlin,
Member at Large; Leonard Margo-
lin Membership Chairman; Isidore
Mayers, Athletic Chairman and Ir-
?in Rotfort, Deputy.
Many Christians believed that an
oath taken in the Synagogue was
more valid than one taken in the
Church since the penalties were
more severe.
On Queen Isabella's monument In
Granada there appears the name
of Louis de Santagel, a Mariano.
one of the main promoters of
Columbus' expedition.
David Alroy, a false Messiah,
attempted to establish a Jewish
kingdom in, Kurtsdan by torse of
arms. Thereby he hoped to lead
all his co-religionists out of the
dispersion.
Jews have lived in Rome for over
l!i centuries. It is the oldest un-
interrupted Jewish settlement in
Europe.
False Messiahs have often
wrought havoc among the Jews.
In one case a large number of Bag-
dad Jews gathered with their
wives and children upon the roof-
tops, expecting to be carried upon
the wings of angels to the camp
of their Redeemer in distant Kur
diMiiN. This actually happened. In
fact they were ridiculed for It by
their Arab neighbors long the
event was a thing of the past.
About the middle of the 16th
century Jews could not legally re-
side in England. France, the Neth-
erlands, Spain, Portugal, the Scan-
dinavian countries, or Muscovy.
Most of European Jewry at this
time was concentrated in Poland
and certain sections of Germany
and Italy-
In the 16th century we hear of
a Jewish pirate.
A joint installation and dance is
being planned for the newly elected
officers. Isidore Mayers Is In charge
of the committee including Billy
Merlin and Abe Berkowitz.
The fraternity alao announced
that Paul Rice is representing the
Sioga fraternity in the Herald's
Golden Gloves amateur goxlng
tournament.
NOTED EXPLORER TO SPEAK
Of major Importance on the sea-
son's calendar is the announcement
that Mrs. Martin Johnson, beauti-
ful and intrepid explorer of tropi-
cal Junglea, Is to speak here In
connection with the showing of
"Junglea Calling" in Bayfront Park
Saturday and Sunday evenings,
January 29 and 30.
In "Jungles Calling' Mrs. John-
son is presenting the high lights
of the adventurous twenty-five
years she and her late husband
spent together in the tropical wil-
derness of three continents and
countless South Sea Islands.
Mrs. Johnson is being brought
here by the Miami Business and
Professional Women's club for the
benefit of Its welfare and educa-
tional fund.
'.
E. ALBERT PALLOT
President of the Y. M. H. A.
sponsiring "Parade if Htars." at tho
Cinema Casino tomorrow night.
Speakers at Meeting
National Federation
Temple Sisterhoods
RUTH O. McCORMICK
RABBI GEORGE ZEPIN <
Overcrowding the professions Is
not a new thing. Many Marranos
sought church offices. A Venetian
clergyman complains of the pres-
ence In his city of numerous Por-
tugese wearing their red hats as
professing Jews, who had previous-
ly served as Christian eccleiaastlcs
In their native country, (1651.)
Venetian noblemen and friars of-
ten went to listen to the sermons
of the famous Italian Rabbi, Leon
of Modena, (17th century.)
In 1211, three hundred French
and English Rabbis set out for
Palestine.


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Immediately af-.e.- the services,
Mrs. Looli Har.z and Mr*. Harry
1st serve as hostesses ar.d
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worablpara.
Sunday School Activities
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week. 'A'e ajk you to co-operate
with tbe editora-ia-< blef
Congratulations
We aSDilM DOT -Vazel-ToT'' to
Mr. Bad Mrs. Julius Sokolow of
Lania, Florida, at tbe "Bar Mitz-
vah of their son, Solomon, during'
our services last Saturday morn-ng
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Radio Hour
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noon tbe Jewish Radio Hour of the
kal Assembly of Greater
wfli be presented by Rabbi^
. : :.-.:ofl aitt taa aaaeal
aasUunce of Cantor Maurice
Mi^.chea. Tte Rabbi will speak o
"JcWaBh Ceremonies/' Will you be
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Young Judea
The meeting of the Young Judea
Club at the Beach took place at
Sherman Tobin's home. The club
was honored by the presence of
Rabbi Mescheloff and his wife. The
Rabbi gave the elub a re-y impres-
speech. A number of new
members were i resentDiana De
Friday. January 11. l3g
Tampa Notes
The Tampa aectios. National
Council of Jewieh Womea. held a
membership social yesterday at
tbe Federated Clubs building with
Mrs. Fred Perlman in charge, a
large number of new and prospec-
tive members attended.
Dr. John S. Sherman, president
of the InlTeraity of Tampa, was
tbe principal speaker at the busi-
ness meeting. Mrs. Joseph Water-
man, president of the council, and
Mrs. Joseph Wobl. past president,
were elected delegates to tbe Nat-
ional triennial convention of the
Council of Jewish Women which
ill open January 23 in Pittsburg.
Pa, and to the Southern Interstate
conference which will precede it.
Mrs. J. A. Waterman made an in-
teresting report for the Lighthouse,
major project of the Tampa coun-
cil Morrice L'man. legislatire chair-
man, reported several resolutions
which will be voted upon at the
triennial.
The annual luncheoi will be held
February 22 at the Tampa Terrace
Hotel, with Mrs. Irving Salsbury
in charge.
ISA KREMER
Koted Pott songs.1
who wl >r here in a concert
February II
WORLD'S FATR BARS ANTI-
NAZI CHAMBER HORRORS
Mrs. Jay Markowltx with her
mother-in-law. Mrs. Chas. Marko-
witx, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. I.
K. Lubetzky to New Orleans. They
returned to their respective homes
after a weeks tour through the
Southern states.
tuinrra-.TKur Al Ncnebr 8. Howard Rwndorl
5>Uaa WlUkUA. pmattA.
New York fWN8)There win be
no anti-Nazi chamber of horrors at
'.he New York World's Fair of
1&39. Grover Whalen. I resident of
the World's Fair Corporation, an-
nounced that the fair had rejected
BS offer by the Joint Boycott Coun-
cil to lease space for such an ex-
hibit in opposition to the display j
of the German government. Mr.
Whales based his refusal on the;
ground that the rules of the fair
would not permit exhibits devoted
to political propaganda.
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Friday, January 21, 1938.
THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN
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BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
of MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D.
6996 Albacore Drive6-1265
MIAMI BEACH
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
630 N. E. 31it St.2-9646
MIAMI
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.
Congregational
Regular services will be held at
Temple Israel this Friday evening,
January 21, 193S, at 8:15 p. m.
Rabbi Column A. Zwttman will dis-
cuss the proceedings of the Amer-
ican Association for the Advance-
ment of Science, whose annual
meeting was recently held In In-
dianapolis, in a sermon entitled
"Science Comes of Age." The bas-
is for the address will be the note
that was sounded In the presiden-
tial statement of Prof. E. G. Conk-
lin that it Is the business of science
as well as education and religion
to promote justice and brother-
hood, to expand ethics until >t shall
embrace all mankind, as well as to
increase loyalty to truth. The ser-
vices will be conducted by Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan. A social hour
will follow.
The hostess for ast week's re-
ception were Mrs. Gertrude Berlin,
Mrs. Samuel Gurss, Mrs. Mendel
Cromer, Mrs. Harry Kanter, Mrs.
Larry Fay, Mrs. Dan Ruskin, Mrs.
Samuel Aronovltz and Mrs. Harry
Rubin.
Religious School
In the Intermediate assembly,
services will be conducted by June
Levy and Joy Simonhoff, and the
birthdays of Mlmsye Selden and
Marshall Stein were celebrated. In
the high school assembly, Morgan
Levy, Essie Sobel and Lenore Levy
were congratulated by the assem-
bly on the occasion of their birth-
days.
We have on our rolls 211 chil-
dren who regularly attend our Sun-
day School. The best attendance
last week was In class 4 of Inter-
mediate department. The highest
collection for social service was in
class 3, Intermediate department.
Temple Israel Dinner Dance
On Friday morning, January 21,
1938 at 12:30 p. m., a special meet-
ing will be held at the Palatial
restaurant. The following mem-
bers of the Temple Israel enter-
tainment committee have been in-
vited: Dr. Frank Coret, Joseph
Weintraub, Dr. J. B. Margolis, E.
Max Goldstein, Leonard Epstein,
Abe Aronovltz, Mrs. Morris Plant.
Mrs. J. S. Rlchter, Mrs. Benjamin
LeVine Harry Gelst and Joe Wil-
liamson. Mr. J. Gerald Lewis, the
chairman of the committee, has
called this special meeting for the
purpose of completing the plans
for the gala event which will take
place at the McFadden-Deauville
February 9th, 1938 at 8 o'clock. ..
Due to the fact that reservations
for the affair are not accepted un-
less accompanied by check, there
are still several holce reservations
left and we urge our friends who
have visited Temple functions pre-
iously to avail themselves of the
opportunity of enjoying an excep-
tionally fine dinner dance and
superb entertainment. Tickets are
$5.00 per person and may be pur-
chased at the Temple office.
Jacksonville Notes
The annual election meeting of
the Ladies' Aid Society was held
Tuesday, January 18 in the center
auditorium. Mrs. S. L. Blattner
announced a slate of proposed of-
ficers which was submitted to a
vote. The fifteenth anniversary of
the Society, at which the new offi-
cers will be Installed, will be held
in February. The committee in
charge consists of Mrs. O. Margol
Mrs. M. Ghelerter. Mrs. P. Halmo-
witz and Mrs. G. Levin.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Sablow enter
tained with a reception in their
home honoring their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Roseberg, who were married on
December 31. and have returned
from their wedding trip.
In celebration of the birthday an-
niversary of their daughter, Mrs.
Mark J. Waldbaum of New York
City, the former Miss Lavlnla
Greenblatt, Mr. and Mrs. Green-
blatt will follow their annual cus-
tom of giving a party for the chil-
dren of Hope Haven this year.
This event will be enjoyed on
Saturday afternoon at Hope Haven.
Mrs. Greenblatt who is an active
member of the Temple 8isterhood,
gives these parties under the aus-
pices of that organization of which
Mrs. Israel L Kaplan is the presi-
dent, and members of the sister-
hood will be present to assist Mrs.
Greenblatt.
The members of Senior Hadaasah
Chapter bald tbatr annual member-
ship tea In the Jewish Center Wed-
nesday afternoon. Mrs. Harry Katz
was general chairman of the tea.
Guest speaker for the occasion was
Joseph Wllensky, young attorney of
this city. Mrs. D. H. Lasarow,
president of the chapter greeted
the members In a welcoming ad-
dress.
Mrs. Joseph Strauss, membership
chairman, has been conducting an
Intensive drive to enroll a large
number of women Into the local
chapter and to interest them in ac-
tive Zionist work. The campaign
will culminate with the tea, at
which time old and new members
will be honored with a reception
and entertainment.
In charge of the program for the
day was Mrs. Joseph Rose and Mrs.
Lelnard Moss. On the program
were Miss Freda Slauter, accom-
plished violinist, accompanied on
the piano by Eddie Bryan, Miss Vi-
vian Wiley gave several vocal solos
accompanied by Mrs. Herbert Zach-
arlas.
An added attraction was a mon-
ologue by Mrs. Sam Bucholts.
Sunday, January 16 at 7 p. m.
the Jewish Progressive Society in-
stalled its officers at a banquet
which was held in the Jacksonville
Jewish Center auditorium. A pro-
gram of speakers and entertainers
was presented. The Progressive
Society is the Zionist organization
of Jacksonville.
The outstanding social event of
the season, the annual Daughters
of Israel Cabaret will take place
Wednesday evening, January 26 In
the Center auditorium. Mrs. M.
Hammerman Is chairman and Mrs.
Jack Daudau is co-chairman. Re-
serve that date for an evening of
fun and merriment. Get your tick-
ets from members of the Daughters
of Israel.
CANDIDACY IS ANNOUNCED
Tallahassee. January 19 (Special)
Jerry W. Carter of Tallahassee,
chairman of the Florida Railroad
Commission, today made formal
announcement of his candidacy to
succeed himself as a member of
that body. He will run in Group
2 for nomination for a four year
term, subject to the Democratic
primaries In May.
"Jerry," as he is known to thous-
ands of Floridlans, has long been
a prominent leader in governmental
affairs.
He served as State Hotel Com-
missioner under Governors Catts,
Hardee and Martin; and is com-
pleting his first term as a member
of the Roailroad Commission.
Major accomplishments of the
Railroad Commission since Mr.
Carter has been a member Include:
The ordering of reductions In
telephone rates; successful prose-
cution before the Interstate Com-
merce Commission in Washington
of the Refrigeration Charges Case;
and removal of the 16 percent
Florida arbitrary freight rates for
both railroads and common carrier
trucks.
In the 14th century the city of
Angers admitted Jews but made
them promise not to bathe in the
river Main.
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rights as citizens. Their economic
existence Is constantly menaced
and for thousands upon thousands
their very live" are In constant
danger."
"We feel certain," said Mr. Mey-
er, "that with the confused situa-
tion of affairs, the distress In which
the victims of oppression find
themselves will also find respon-
sive echo in the Jewish communi-
ties of Miami Beach and Miami
when the campaign is actually
launched.
The following Is the Committee
which will serve this campaign on
behalf on the distressed people
overseas:
FOR MIAMI BEACH
ChairmanBaron de Hlrsch Meyer.
iVice-Chalrmenllenjamin K. Uipn-
ston. Joseph X. Morrla. B. K. Schoen-
berg, Harry Slrkln, Mrs. Barney
Weinkle.
TreasurerMrs. I'hlilp '..lberman.
Members of HoardJesse J. Adler.
Morris Alpert, Harry Raker. Jacob
Becker, Jacob M. Elsenberg, Leo Ki-
senstein, Jacob Fabian, Harry Geist.
Sol (fOlilstrom. Walter Jacobs, Moses
Krieger, Harry Korestsky. Ralph
Ui'hman, Norman I.lehlinK, William
l.i win. Samuel I.. Matz. Kliler Mark-
son, Tlabbl Moses Meschcloff, Isaloiv
L. Mintzer, Benjamin Richard. Joseph
M. Rose. Prank Selden, Leon Slgman.
Harry Simonhoff, Joseph StiKarman.
Mever B. Shanherp. William Taradash
Joseph Wlen, lunatz Wohl, Bruno
Well. Carl Weinkle. Harry L. Wllen-
ensky. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
Mrs. Morris Alpert, Mrs. Gertrude B.
Berlin. Mrs. Benjamin K. Brotiafbn,
Mrs. Slarvln Bronner, Mis. Max I>ob-
rln, Mrs. Moses Krle*er. Mrs. If, D.
Kirsch, Mrs. Ethel 8. Upton, Mrs.
Meyer London, Mrs. Harry Marcus,
Mrs. Hugo Shonberg, Mrs. Sidney A.
Wlen, Mrs. M. P. Travera
FOR MIAMI
ChairmanDay J. Apte.
Vice-Chairmen Harry Markowjtz,
Joseph A. Rlchter. Nathan Rosen.
TreasurerI,eo Robinson.
SecretarySidney L,. Segall.
Members of BoardJack August,
Abe Aronovltz, Samuel Blank. Isldor
Cohen, Dr. Frank Coret, George
Chertkof, Daniel Cromer, George Gold-
berg, Alfred Gottcsman. Rabbi Jacob
H. Kaplan. Rabbi Abraham Kellner,
Isaac Levin. J. Gerald l-ewls, Joseph
M. Upton. Samuel S. l-avinc. Siilrjev
Meyer, Joseph Mechlow, Stanley C.
Myers. Max Orovltz, E. Albert Ballot.
Martin Raff. Meyer Rauzin, Samuel
Resnick, I>ouls B. Rlfas, Morris Rubin
David L. Slann, Rabbi Max Shapiro.
.1. Louis Shochet, Harry Simonhoff,
Klry Stone, Henry Seltiln, Jacob Bher
Julius Simpson, Arthur A. t'ngar,
Henry D. Williams. Mitchell Wolfson.
Mrs. Samuel J. Basker, Mrs. Prank
Coret. Mrs. B. Max Goldstein. Mrs.
Jacob H. Kaplan. Mrs. Abraham Kell-
ner, Mrs. Isaac Iyvin, Mrs. Anna I:.
Mankes. Mrs. Ralph Nevfeld. Mrs.
Benjamin Levlne Mrs. J, Gerald Lewis
Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs. Bol Rot fort,
Mrs. Harry Rubin, Mrs. Sam Simon-
hoff. Mrs. David L. Slann, Mr*. Mey-
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THE JEWISH FL0R1DIAN
Friday January 21, 1935.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBIS RESIDENCE: 9: S. W. MM Ccrt: Pfon* M1
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
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Rev. Dean Tamer of the First)
Methodist Church of Orlando at the;
=tng reception in honor of
the new Baptist r-.:r.:s:er. Rev. Dr.
Tucker. The Catholic. Protestant
d Jewish representative* cordial-
ly welcomed Rev. Tutor from
Ik, N. c.
Happy Birthday
Coctributioci were made to the
Happy Birthday Fund in honor of
Mrs. Louis Baum. Miss Ruth B
Rokb. the Goldberg family and
Bobby Roth, all of whorr.
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A contribution was
made for *' "'
brary Solon K. .
I
Bvelyn Ml to '- ;
Newark. N. J.. has taken up perma-
:.io. and is
Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop.
Mr and Mrs. Zalla are from Cleve-
land. Ohio, and the length of their
stay is undecided.
Mrs. Morri Bork, of Jacksonville
is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Seigel. Mrs. Bork ex-
pats to be in our fair city
about a week or ten days.
As a very charming addition to:
our c :.,--:>- growing Jepish.
community, we welcome Mrs. Aler
Levy and her attractive daughter.!
from Birmingham. Ala. HH
Levy and daughter are living at the
San Juan Hotel.
A benefit bridge is being spon-
sored by the Orlando Temple Sis-
terhood, and will be held at the
home ot the very capable and ever
charming hostess, Mrs. Max Blatt-
ner at 235 Park Lake Circle on Jan-
uary S3, .Sunday evening at 8. p. m.
All those wishing to attend pleae
get in touch with Mrs. Blattner.
Mrs. Ben Cohen has gone to
Philadelphia. Pa., to visit relatives
and is expected back shortly.
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BI MORRIS A. SKOP
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Mr. .-.: Shone <-' New York is
in Orlando to sj
days on Orlai
links.
F -sc-ccf Bidg. Heart of C :/
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Bialik Grove. To the
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: -5 tine was awarded. The school'
Friday .. ... ........y 0,g p........
Friday Night Services
:
Mr a
of the H- : rphan'i .- .-
te. Mr Well will
on U In-
:-:- -.:: be
- the : j iU=I
Mi Morris A. Sko)
Annuai Bansuet
I package of 'Buxor and Pal-
estinian fr-:-..-. Pint ;r:z<- lor the-
:ion of mounted Ii
was won by Hascia Levir.e. Sec-
:. I priM a= won by Oscar Teten-
Youth Forum
':' -. of Congrega-
ItoerTal m was forma: :> -
:^d mark I r the Anno ^%ening ani Mil-
ton Sadler i ted president.
.0 be held at the Synagogue The ;ror.p is organized for intellec-
.: hall Sunday irj u] ,. .. an(j monthly
:. being r- actiTi :::cers and corn-
ranged by the 1 lnclnde: Morris
Mrs. Ben Haimowiu -sident;
secretary-tr-
a-. f.U p m. An unusa o| ..-_ Herbert Strauss, editor-in-chief
of 8' Oraynoo.' Pat
tnd r editor; Mary
.axogue and the Or-j Blattner. Chairiady of the member-
Jewish Community will be:ship committee; Abe Karinoff and
reviewed. Under the chairmanship'Gertrude Haimowitz. committee at
f Mr. Sol Wittenstein ud Mr. Mar- iarge; Martin Segal, member at
tin Siegal, It Is expected that this ;arge The f.rst installation of of-
tenth Annual Banket will be nt-i fleers and reception of the Jewiah
'. by close to three hundred Ycuth Forum was held at the ;.,~, '
U Musical interlude during of our Rabbl. the night of ,
the evening will be presented by ;rho 0ser BSEva, P]ang were
ers of the Synagogue. ; nnUted for the cultural even-:
International Rotary I ir.gs to be sponsored weekly at the
A^er a recent me*tin? of the1 Synagogue Social Hall, on Wednes-!
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to <.'. \:.-: -
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prizes
was chalrls : I 1

B '..-; For
A. Haimowiu M N. Segai. Al
Damus and Joseph Wolf. A tidy
:ted from
the party,
'- *iv Uy of Orlando wi
. I -r- ir of the Tau
ler of Ta-a B] -..:. Phi Fra-
ilty of Florida.
'':-.- Begml, also of this city, was
irman of the induction
committee of the fraternity.
. :.,-.- ar.r.ounc-'
ed ber engagement to Mr. Jack
Wolfson. formerly of Lakeland.:
Florida. Miss Kolman is a student
at the Vn:v. :-.-. r: Alabama, be-
Dgmged in the study of fashion
designing, for which art she has
an unusual aptitude.
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ETZWILER ROOFING and PAINTINO
COMPANY
Mr I. P. Heller and sob. J
were e-j<-s:s of the San Juan Hotel
while here for a short visit.
Mrs. Morris Marcos, of New
York City wfll be here for an ex-1
tended visit with his uncle ar.d
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. H. Leib-
psHej
Orlando International Rotary Socie-
ty. Rabbi Skop was elected to mem-
bership as the only Jew represent
irxg the classification ot le
Synagogues.
Chamisho Oser B'Shvat
day evenings at S p. m The sub-1
ject for next Wednesday's discus-
sion will be. "The Modern Stare
ish and the Jew." This will be follow-'.
ed by a symposium on Communism. |
Fascism and Democracy and their 1
Mr and Mrs. H. Straus, former-
ly if Cincinnatti. Ohio, are making
their home at 311 East Robinson for.
the winter.
Mr. A. C. Coith. superintendent relationship to Jewish life. Tenta-
of parks in Orlando, was guest of tive plans made for the first dance
honor at the first Annual Jewish'to be given on Lincoln's Birthday.''
Arbor Day celebratton held in the Mr. Jack Prince, who provided the
gardens of Mr. and Mrs. Louis! music for the reception io ably will
Jacob on Gore street. Mr. Colth I arrange for the orchestra. Mr.
spoke on the subject. "Trees and! Herbert Strauss was elected editor
Fruits in Orlando.'' and prises were of the Banquet Issue of the,
awarded by him to children of the "Oraynoo."
Rellgiius and Hebrew Schools for Condolences
their collection of leaves. Mr. | The entire community wishes to:
Coith also assisted in the planting, offer its deepest and heartfelt sym-
Mr. and Mrs. Morri Zalla sr.-?
two sons, Alvin and Joel, are In
Orlando visiting their cousins.
THE
pathy to Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Stern
of the McElroy Apartments, on the
of a tree by the children, to com-
memorate the day. Stamps were
purchased for the Jewish National j demise of their loving mother.
Fund, sod enough money was rais-j Ministerial Association
fd to plant five trees in Palestine1
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Friday, January 21, 1938,
THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN
Page Seved
VJUumL
By ARTHUR BLATT
Saturday night, January 22nd,
at Miami Beach's beautiful Cinema
Theatre, the "Y" will present one
f the most outstanding entertain-
ment featuresnamely: The Pa-
rade of Stars, on this night, each
and every headllner In the Greater
Miami area will donate his or her
service to a worthwhile charitable
cause, the erection of the long
sought and needed Jewish commun-
ity center. This year as never be-
fore in the past, the business men
of our great community have taken
over the handling of the Parade of
Stars, and the question of whether
or not the affair will be a success
needs not arise, for these men have
done their share and the organiza-
tion has been rewarded by having
an advance seat sale of close to
$3,000.00.
The Jews of the Greater Miami
area are in need of a center and
a center we shall have, but we do
need help, and we are not asking
for much from anybody, you can
purchase your tickets and be doing
your share for every penny of the
proceeds is turned over to the or-
ganization to be used for the build-
ing fund.
Get behind the affair and show
that you yourself are willing to
hlep and the price of admission is
one hundredth of the part it should
be.
The big show, the most collosal
stupendius gathering of talent of
stage, screen and radio, and your
favorite nite club revue plus the
added attraction of Nick Kenny at
the helm, will open at 11:30 o'clock
Saturday night at Miami Beach-
Cinema CasinoJanuary 22, 1938.
I have been trying to figure out
a good way of saying Good-bye for
your next issue will have Lew Sa-
tan writing the column, Lew, if
you don't know it, is one of the
fellows that can do a swell Job of
letting each and everyone of you
know about the "Y" facts, but that
old lazy bone of his has been work-
ing overtime, so we persuaded
him, gently of course (with a base-
ball bat) that he should take over
a duty he is well suited for, cause
Lew knows a bit more of the facts
of thisa and thata, as he has been
looking through keyholes and hear-
ing things, I in turn must take
time out to catch up on the facts
so you folks will again have the
pleasure of Lew's thoughts and
facts. It was swell, knowing each
and everyone of you, and thanks
a billion for bearing it so long.
And to those swell folks that
aided with information of the facts
about you and you, a million
thanks for we did need that help.
So again I'll say-goodbye to each
and everyone of you, until I get
the chance again of dishing out the
dirt.
Arthur Blatt.
SCENE AT TESTIMONIAL DINNER GIVEN TO "NICK KENNY"
Noted Radio Editor, by members of the Y. M. H. A. "Parade of Stars" arrangements com-
mittee last week.
1
Junior Y Plan* Activities
The Junior Division of the Y
will hold a picnic at Greynolds
Park on February 13 and a dance
will be given on Sunday evening,
February 6 at the Y clubrooms.
Transportation will be provided tor
all those who wish to attend the
picnic. All boys and girls are cor-
dially invited to attend the regular
meetings of this organization which
are held every Monday evening at
the Y clubrooms.
"It's good to be back at Miami
Beach, if only to get the pleasure
I do in putting over the annual Pa-
rade of Stars for the Y. M. H. A. It
seems as yesterday when I came
down and was inveigled into this
affair by your then executive di-
rector, Boris Schlachman, who hap-
pened into the almanac when I was
presented with the key to the city
by Mayor Snedlgar.
"In a weak moment that night,
Boris asked me 'how about a bene-
fit for the 'Y?" And there I was,
with Mayor Snedigar, Baron De
Hirsch Meyer, Walter Jacobs, Su-
preme Court Justice Levy, Leo
Robinson, Justice Louis Goldstein
and others. So I Bald 'yes' and I
enjoyed every moment of It. Hard
and grand work.
The artists too, are so willing to
help. Even though they be here on
a vacation, their ever-ready willing-
ness to aid the 'Y' is a splendid
gesture, and best exemplifies the
spirit of the theatre.
"I'm not unmindful of the grand
support given this parade by Mr.
Larry Morris, of the Cinema Casi-
no, Mr. Art Childers of the Royal
Palm Club, Mr. Athur Prete, of the
Gay Nineties, Mr. Trebl of the
Town Casino Club, Mr. Ed Jouffre,
of the Roney Plaza, Mr. Williams
of his Bagdad Club, Mr. Don Lea-
ning, the Club Continental, 41 Club,
Miami Biltmore, Riptire Club. In-
ternatolnal, Bouche Villa Venice,
McFadden-Deauville, Jack Dempsey
who has offered the complete re-
vue from his Jack Dempsey Club,
and the sparkling Mother Kelly re-
vue, headed by Jack Reynolds, and
the many other clubs who so wil-
lingly add their bit to the cause.
"I feel great, seeing all these
stars of radio, who have made good
and started in small ways. Many
of the greatest names in radio have
appeared on my guest programs
and have always appreciated my
helping hand. Radio devours tal-
ent, and the one with ability can
always find the level of the stars.
Opportunities today are greater
than ever before, and a good ex-
ample Is Bubbles Becker, "who
started as a trombonist, and assist-
ing, he got himself an aggrega-
tion that is second to very few
orchestras. There's youth. So
many names today started the same
way, and I'm hoping to see every
one at the Cinema Casino Y. M. H.
A. show Saturday night.
Harry Richman has promised mc
to appear, also Grade Barrie, Mark
Plant and others. I am sure the
show will make history. That goes
wthout saying, and I'm sure the
audience too will make history, for
we expect this affair will turn
away thousands of people. I know
for a fact, for many of my intimate
friends have tried to get seats in
choice locations, and there were
none available, since the theatre
holds only one thousand people,
and it looks like a great night of
nights. More stars than are in the
heavens will appear that night, and
the Parade of Stars will start
propmtly at 11, with a continuance
undiminished until the wee hours
of the morning.
"Masters of ceremonies will be
myself, Rosroe Ates, Don Lannlng,
Georgie Price and Bubbles Becker.
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converted to Judaism, was punish-
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Friday January 81. 1938.
Page Eight
THE JEWISH FtORIDIAN
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach
MOCa VESCHELOFF, RaSBi
%2% JeMtrtan Aver..
'Phone 5-"128
MALRXE G. VAMCHES. Cinter
726 Me'*an Avenj*
Pfor.t S-20'J
SOCIETY
Late Friday Night 8trvt0a
Thil Friday night R*ti "
oft will apeak on "A n
in the service. Everyone i
core:
A- the sabbath morning S4
Rabbi Mescheloff v peak on
"Sift Pedalling Religion."' He will
k In Yiddish on the por-j
at the Shaloah
... :.
..v.
Hebrew School
have
.. i .- -:-e new
rooms provide-:
n of parti-
.hrough the ail of the Sis-
terhood and a number of members,
/nee makes it r-os-.
rease our registration
to I 'ice our former capac-
: We urge a.. ;
Sunday School
as yet to t: tistra-
m:
id ".. a^LOunce the
. I :_ teacher for
r Hi rew School.
fororer eight years teacher
a-, the Xew Loti Talmud Torah of
Brooklyn X. V, is now teaching
beginners class which meets
f:om 4 to 3 p. m. daily. Parents of
children from the age of 6 and
over who wish to enroll their chil-
dren in our beginner's class are
asked to enroll them this Sunday
morning, or any afternoon at 4
o'clock.
Sunday Assembly
At last week's assembly held at
11:30 a. m., Attorney Al Mechlow-
Itz. instructor of the post graduate
group, described his recent trip to
Atlanta. Ga., and brought greetings
f:orr. Rabbi Harry H. Epstein, who
.:-.:.; his recent
i.+y her* Cantor Mamches taugh:
Urea a new Palestinian
song. UowtBS gave current
treats reports: Oscar Goldberg.
Pay Rech-.-.ar-. Donald Kirschner.
:-e Tannen. The public is

YoungMen't Group
Sunday morning Minyan for
:rom 13 to Is has been grow-
ing weekly. Parents of boys of
that age are strongly urged to pre-
vail upon them to come to this
minyan which begins at 9 a. m..
is conducted by the boys alone, and
Is followed by a lovely breakfast
ated by the Sisterhood.
Talmud and Eyn Yaakov
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff teaches
Talmud every weekday morning
immedialety after services, and
Yaakov between Mincha and
Maariv. Everyone is gladly asked
to listen in.
Adult Courses
Elementary Hebrew Conversa-
tion will be taught at 8 p. m. and
the "Reason Behind the Law" at
6:30 p. ::... every Wednesday night
by the Rabbi. These two courses
are free and open to all men and
women.
Purim Ball
At the meeting of the Board of
Directors last Monday night, plans
for this year's Purim Ball were
laid. The date will be published
in the near future. Mr. I. L. Mint-
zer was appointed chairman, Mrs.
Joe M. Rose, co-chairman.
A very elaborate affair is being
planned, which will include the
Tery best of talent, the most beau-
tiful of surroundings and a beauti-
ful Purim Journal.
National Council of Jewish
Juniors Announce Plans
The regular monthly board meet-
ing of the National Council of Jew-
.aiors will be held Thursday-
evening. January 27th. at the home
of Miss Rosalyn Clein. 236 S. W.
15th Avenue. The monthly business
meeting of this organization wi'.l be
held Tuesday. February' 1st. at the
Beth David Talmud Torah at which
time an entertaining program will
be presented. All members and
their friends are cordially invited
to attend.
Mr. Paul Barnett, chairman of
the dance to be held February 13
at the Civic Center and which is
sponsored by the Junior Council
for the benefit of a Children's
Charity Clinic at the Alton Road
Ital, announces that tickets
are now available.

Visits In Miami
Mr. and Mrs. A. Louis Wechsler
have as their house guests, Mrs.
Wechsler's mother, Mrs. B. Polk-
sin. of Plainfield, N". J.. and her
' niece. Mrs. D. Peatner, of Brighton.
[Brooklyn. N. Y. They will remain
I here for the season.

Spends Vacation Here
Rabbi Julius Hess, formerly of
Tampa. Fla., and now of St.
Charles. Mo., where he has been
Rabbi for the past 25 years, is va-
cationing in Miami with Mrs. Hess
where he is a guest at the Busch
Hotel.

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Mrs. Jeanette Goodkowsky. of
Boston and Miami Beach, announc-
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Mrs. H. H. Farr of Miami. Mr.
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Date of Purim Ball Announced
Ki the luncheon meeting of the
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Friday, January 21, 1938. THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN Page Three wJemsti FlariidliiaiKi FUBLWHBD EVERT FKIDAT P. O. Boa 1TTI PLANT AND OFFICE8 21 8. W. Seoond Avenu. Phonsa 2-1141; 2-1183 J. LOUIS SROCHET. Editor. FRED E. SHOCHET, CircuUtion Manr*r Eataraa — "• ond elui m.ttr July 4, 1*80. at th. Poit Offic. at Miami, Flc-ida, under ln Act of march I. 111*. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Rapraaentativa WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICE Rpr — niatly ORLANDO DORIS 8. HELLER RapreMDtativa TAMPA MRS. JAY MARKOW1TZ t*prantatjT SUBSCRIPTION |,i Montlu 0a Yacr MM M.H VOLUME NO. II.—NO. 3. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1938 TRUE HELP We have heard so much of "It's a splendid organization, we should help it" and that alone that often we have asked ourselves the question, "Does one really feel that he has done his duty when he merely talks about things. We are prompted in these remarks by numerous discussions we have heard recently about the Young Men's Hebrew Association and its affiliated activities. Merely talking about how good it could be, merely finding fault with it even where fault does actually exist, will not accomplish the desired effects. True, there is much about the Y. M. H. A. that should be corrected, and it will be if the proper encouragement to those in charge is given, not merely talk but concrete help. The Y. M. H. A., with the aid of some of the most prominent Jewish and non-Jewish citizens of this community is sponsoring its annual event, "The Parade of Stars" at the Cinema Casino tomorrow night at 11 o'clock with a cast of stars of stage, screen and radio promised for an evening of entertainment that will be worth far more than the price of admission. May we suggest in all sincerity t he proper and only way of trying to make the Young Men's Hebrew Association what it should be, and what we hope those in charge are trying to make it be a true character building institution" is by aiding it w e urge your attendance at the Cinema Casino tomorrow night. PROPER ACTION The Jewish Floridian, ever ready to point out what it believes to be a lack of action is more than happy to direct the attention of the public where commendation should be given. It is a pleasure to commend Eabbis Kellner, Mescheloff and Shapiro for their courageous action in directing the attention of Greater Miami Jewry to practices which are unfair and to which an immediate end should be put. The statement of these gentlemen on the front page of our paper deserves the commendation of all right thinking Jews moreover it merits the active support of the laity to the end that the ills complained of should not occur again. May we say to these Rabbis, "Y'yasher kochachem!" EXECUTIVE TO PRESS FOR DECISION IN PALESTINE Jerusalem (WNS Palcor Agency) —A two-fold prlgram. Involving pressure upon the British Government to end Its delays and the formulation of a Jewish State scheme, was submitted to the meeting of the Smaller Actions Committee by David ben Ourion, chairman of the Jewish Agency Executive, and approved by Its members. The line of action of the Executive, Mr. Ben Gurion explained, wan, drat, to oppose the Government's dllatorlnesa and to urge the speeding of a solution of Palestine's problems, and, second, to act with all dispatch for the Improvement of a Jewish State scheme that would enable the Executive to submit it at the earliest possible moment for a decision by the Zionist Congress. In the meantime, he stressed, the Executive would continue to demand respect for all obligations assumed by Great Britain under the Mandate. Mr. Ben Gurion then aaked the members of the Zionist Actions Committee if there waa any objection to the policy which he had outlined. With no objection being voiced, the session waa adjourned. Washington, D. C, (WNS)—The Senate Foreign Relations Committee may hold hearings on a resolution requesting President Roosevelt to intervene in behalf of Jews and other minorities threatened with persecution In Roumanla, it waa indicated by Senator James J. Davis, Pennsylvania Republican and former Secretary of Labor, who Introduced the resolution. The resolution says: "Resolved, that the President of the United States be requested to communicate to the Senate, if not incompatible with public interest, any information In his poasesslon, concerning prospective edicts against Jews and other minorities in Roumanla recently reported to have become the announced program of the Roumanian government and to use his good offices to obtain a peaceful settlement of proposed threata to the well-being of theae minorities." A similar resolution, fathered by Representative William Sirovich of New York, is pending In the House. In introducing his resolution, Senator Davis cited previous efforts of the United States to champion Jewish rights in Roumanla, notably the statements of Secretary of State Fish in 1872, the note of Secretary of state Hay in 1902, and a House resolution In,l9l3. FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW Arsenius of Orta, a Catholic Bishop of the 9th Centdry wanted to introduce the Jewish Tallit into the Christian services. RABBI PHILLIP S. BERNSTEIN Chairman of the Committee on International Peace Central Conference of American Rabbis, who will address a mass meeting of local and visiting Jewry at the Atlantis Hotel, Miami Beach, Sunday, January 30th. Society Jews have tried everything It seems. The false Messiah, Abraham Abulfia, tried to convert Pope Martin IV to Judaism. JACK DEMP8EY Master of ceremonies at of Stars." Parade The Jews of Algiers, in the 14th century, had to be severely reprimanded by the Arab governor as well as by their own Rabbi, Isaac bar Sheshet, because together with the native Arabs, they attempted to block Jewish immigration Their excuse was that they feared prices would go up If a sudden Influx were allowed. Birthday To Be Observed Cantor and Mrs. Maurice Mamches extend a cordial invitation to all the'r friends to attend a lawn party at their home 710 Michigan avenue, Miami Beach, on Sunday, January 23, between 3 and 5 p. m., in celebration of the first birthday of their daughter, Tamara Elaine. No cards have been issued. • • • Engagement It Announced Mrs. Jeanette Goodkowsky, of Boston and Miami Beach, announcees the engagement of her daughter to Aaron Farr, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Farr of Miami. Mr. Farr is associated with his father as a member of the Farr Tours. Inc., and is pidely known in musical circles as a composer and pianist. He attended Mercer College and the University of Miami and is a member of the Phi Epsilon PI Fraternity. Miss Goodkowosky is active in Junior Hadassah and the National Council of Jewish Juniors and was recently elected psesldent of the Junior Hadassah Glee Club. The date of the wedding will be announced at a later date. • • • Spinoza la Topic "Spinoza, the greatest Jew of Modern Times and the Greatest of Modern Philosophers," was the topic of Dr. Wolf soft's fourth lecture before the Spinoza Group, this season. Next Saturday afternoon, the group will meet again on the lawn of 1059 Collins avenue, Miami Beach. Dr. Wolfson will tell the story of Spinoza's early life, his Jewish education, his teachers. Rabbi Saul Levl Mortera and Mennasse ben Israel anl his excommunication. General d iscussion follows every lecture. All are welcome. There Is no charge. • • • Hadassah memmbera and friends are again reminded of the dinner dance with entertainment, that Is to be held next Tuesday evening at the Hollywood Beach Hotel at 8:30 p. m. Reservations should be made at once with either Mrs. Samuel Slmonhoff, chairman, 72107; or with the co-chairman, Mrs. Harry Platoff. 5-7980. If lecessary, transportation can be arranged for by communicating with either Mrs. Slmonhoff or Mrs. Platoff. • • • Visits In Miami Mrs. H. A. Goodman and daughter, Ruth, of Springfield, Mass., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rubin at the President Hotel. Mrs. Goodman is a sister of Mrs. Rubin. • • • 8IOGA FRATERNITY HOLDS ELECTION Election of officers of the Sloga Fraternity were recently held. Those elected were: Billy Merlin, President; Sam Badanes, Vicepresident; Dave Kronberg, Secretary and Publicity Chairman; Abe Berkowitz, Troasurer. Sol Berlin, Member at Large; Leonard Margolin Membership Chairman; Isidore Mayers, Athletic Chairman and Ir% in Rotfort, Deputy. Many Christians believed that an oath taken in the Synagogue was more valid than one taken in the Church since the penalties were more severe. On Queen Isabella's monument In Granada there appears the name of Louis de Santagel, a Mariano. one of the main promoters of Columbus' expedition. David Alroy, a false Messiah, attempted to establish a Jewish kingdom in, Kurtsdan by torse of arms. Thereby he hoped to lead all his co-religionists out of the dispersion. Jews have lived in Rome for over l!i centuries. It is the oldest uninterrupted Jewish settlement in Europe. False Messiahs have often wrought havoc among the Jews. In one case a large number of Bagdad Jews gathered with their wives and children upon the rooftops, expecting to be carried upon the wings of angels to the camp of their Redeemer in distant Kur diMiiN. This actually happened. In fact they were ridiculed for It by their Arab neighbors long the event was a thing of the past. About the middle of the 16th century Jews could not legally reside in England. France, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, the Scandinavian countries, or Muscovy. Most of European Jewry at this time was concentrated in Poland and certain sections of Germany and ItalyIn the 16th century we hear of a Jewish pirate. A joint installation and dance is being planned for the newly elected officers. Isidore Mayers Is In charge of the committee including Billy Merlin and Abe Berkowitz. The fraternity alao announced that Paul Rice is representing the Sioga fraternity in the Herald's Golden Gloves amateur goxlng tournament. NOTED EXPLORER TO SPEAK Of major Importance on the season's calendar is the announcement that Mrs. Martin Johnson, beautiful and intrepid explorer of tropical Junglea, Is to speak here In connection with the showing of "Junglea Calling" in Bayfront Park Saturday and Sunday evenings, January 29 and 30. In "Jungles Calling' Mrs. Johnson is presenting the high lights of the adventurous twenty-five years she and her late husband spent together in the tropical wilderness of three continents and countless South Sea Islands. Mrs. Johnson is being brought here by the Miami Business and Professional Women's club for the benefit of Its welfare and educational fund. '. E. ALBERT PALLOT President of the Y. M. H. A. sponsiring "Parade if Htars." at tho Cinema Casino tomorrow night. Speakers at Meeting National Federation Temple Sisterhoods RUTH O. McCORMICK RABBI GEORGE ZEPIN < Overcrowding the professions Is not a new thing. Many Marranos sought church offices. A Venetian clergyman complains of the presence In his city of numerous Portugese wearing their red hats as professing Jews, who had previously served as Christian eccleiaastlcs In their native country, (1651.) Venetian noblemen and friars often went to listen to the sermons of the famous Italian Rabbi, Leon of Modena, (17th century.) In 1211, three hundred French and English Rabbis set out for Palestine.



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Friday, January 21, 1938. THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN Page Piv# BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. 6996 Albacore Drive—6-1265 MIAMI BEACH RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 630 N. E. 31it St.—2-9646 MIAMI 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. Congregational Regular services will be held at Temple Israel this Friday evening, January 21, 193S, at 8:15 p. m. Rabbi Column A. Zwttman will discuss the proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, whose annual meeting was recently held In Indianapolis, in a sermon entitled "Science Comes of Age." The basis for the address will be the note that was sounded In the presidential statement of Prof. E. G. Conklin that it Is the business of science as well as education and religion to promote justice and brotherhood, to expand ethics until >t shall embrace all mankind, as well as to increase loyalty to truth. The services will be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. A social hour will follow. The hostess for ast week's reception were Mrs. Gertrude Berlin, Mrs. Samuel Gurss, Mrs. Mendel Cromer, Mrs. Harry Kanter, Mrs. Larry Fay, Mrs. Dan Ruskin, Mrs. Samuel Aronovltz and Mrs. Harry Rubin. Religious School In the Intermediate assembly, services will be conducted by June Levy and Joy Simonhoff, and the birthdays of Mlmsye Selden and Marshall Stein were celebrated. In the high school assembly, Morgan Levy, Essie Sobel and Lenore Levy were congratulated by the assembly on the occasion of their birthdays. We have on our rolls 211 children who regularly attend our Sunday School. The best attendance last week was In class 4 of Intermediate department. The highest collection for social service was in class 3, Intermediate department. Temple Israel Dinner Dance On Friday morning, January 21, 1938 at 12:30 p. m., a special meeting will be held at the Palatial restaurant. The following members of the Temple Israel entertainment committee have been invited: Dr. Frank Coret, Joseph Weintraub, Dr. J. B. Margolis, E. Max Goldstein, Leonard Epstein, Abe Aronovltz, Mrs. Morris Plant. Mrs. J. S. Rlchter, Mrs. Benjamin LeVine Harry Gelst and Joe Williamson. Mr. J. Gerald Lewis, the chairman of the committee, has called this special meeting for the purpose of completing the plans for the gala event which will take place at the McFadden-Deauville February 9th, 1938 at 8 o'clock. .. Due to the fact that reservations for the affair are not accepted unless accompanied by check, there are still several holce reservations left and we urge our friends who have visited Temple functions preiously to avail themselves of the opportunity of enjoying an exceptionally fine dinner dance and superb entertainment. Tickets are $5.00 per person and may be purchased at the Temple office. Jacksonville Notes The annual election meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society was held Tuesday, January 18 in the center auditorium. Mrs. S. L. Blattner announced a slate of proposed officers which was submitted to a vote. The fifteenth anniversary of the Society, at which the new officers will be Installed, will be held in February. The committee in charge consists of Mrs. O. Margol Mrs. M. Ghelerter. Mrs. P. Halmowitz and Mrs. G. Levin. Mr. and Mrs. M. Sablow enter tained with a reception in their home honoring their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Roseberg, who were married on December 31. and have returned from their wedding trip. In celebration of the birthday anniversary of their daughter, Mrs. Mark J. Waldbaum of New York City, the former Miss Lavlnla Greenblatt, Mr. and Mrs. Greenblatt will follow their annual custom of giving a party for the children of Hope Haven this year. This event will be enjoyed on Saturday afternoon at Hope Haven. Mrs. Greenblatt who is an active member of the Temple 8isterhood, gives these parties under the auspices of that organization of which Mrs. Israel L Kaplan is the president, and members of the sisterhood will be present to assist Mrs. Greenblatt. The members of Senior Hadaasah Chapter bald tbatr annual membership tea In the Jewish Center Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Harry Katz was general chairman of the tea. Guest speaker for the occasion was Joseph Wllensky, young attorney of this city. Mrs. D. H. Lasarow, president of the chapter greeted the members In a welcoming address. Mrs. Joseph Strauss, membership chairman, has been conducting an Intensive drive to enroll a large number of women Into the local chapter and to interest them in active Zionist work. The campaign will culminate with the tea, at which time old and new members will be honored with a reception and entertainment. In charge of the program for the day was Mrs. Joseph Rose and Mrs. Lelnard Moss. On the program were Miss Freda Slauter, accomplished violinist, accompanied on the piano by Eddie Bryan, Miss Vivian Wiley gave several vocal solos accompanied by Mrs. Herbert Zacharlas. An added attraction was a monologue by Mrs. Sam Bucholts. Sunday, January 16 at 7 p. m. the Jewish Progressive Society installed its officers at a banquet which was held in the Jacksonville Jewish Center auditorium. A program of speakers and entertainers was presented. The Progressive Society is the Zionist organization of Jacksonville. The outstanding social event of the season, the annual Daughters of Israel Cabaret will take place Wednesday evening, January 26 In the Center auditorium. Mrs. M. Hammerman Is chairman and Mrs. Jack Daudau is co-chairman. Reserve that date for an evening of fun and merriment. Get your tickets from members of the Daughters of Israel. CANDIDACY IS ANNOUNCED Tallahassee. January 19 (Special) —Jerry W. Carter of Tallahassee, chairman of the Florida Railroad Commission, today made formal announcement of his candidacy to succeed himself as a member of that body. He will run in Group 2 for nomination for a four year term, subject to the Democratic primaries In May. "Jerry," as he is known to thousands of Floridlans, has long been a prominent leader in governmental affairs. He served as State Hotel Commissioner under Governors Catts, Hardee and Martin; and is completing his first term as a member of the Roailroad Commission. Major accomplishments of the Railroad Commission since Mr. Carter has been a member Include: The ordering of reductions In telephone rates; successful prosecution before the Interstate Commerce Commission in Washington of the Refrigeration Charges Case; and removal of the 16 percent Florida arbitrary freight rates for both railroads and common carrier trucks. In the 14th century the city of Angers admitted Jews but made them promise not to bathe in the river Main. KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 87th St and Normal Ave CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats NOW OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN J ACKSONVILLE FLORIDA GARNCTT ANDREWS. ENJOY COMFORT at this modam, fireproof hotel in the heart of downtown Jacksonville. Every room with tub and shower, soft water, celling fan, radio, alatted summer door .. Every Bed with Innerepring mattreea and reading lamp. Running Ice water on every floor. W*~~ All <6NDITIOHIO GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BSACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION pi_ F IQIO NORTHBOUND BUS8KS LRAVS FROM ill. tJ-J.Ol.aS S15 WaahinrtM Ajrcnua UNITED APPEAL NAMES COMMITTEE (Continued from Page 1) rights as citizens. Their economic existence Is constantly menaced and for thousands upon thousands their very live" are In constant danger." "We feel certain," said Mr. Meyer, "that with the confused situation of affairs, the distress In which the victims of oppression find themselves will also find responsive echo in the Jewish communities of Miami Beach and Miami when the campaign is actually launched. The following Is the Committee which will serve this campaign on behalf on the distressed people overseas: FOR MIAMI BEACH Chairman—Baron de Hlrsch Meyer. iVice-Chalrmen—llenjamin K. Uipnston. Joseph X. Morrla. B. K. Schoenberg, Harry Slrkln, Mrs. Barney Weinkle. Treasurer—Mrs. I'hlilp '..lberman. Members of Hoard—Jesse J. Adler. Morris Alpert, Harry Raker. Jacob Becker, Jacob M. Elsenberg, Leo Kisenstein, Jacob Fabian, Harry Geist. Sol (fOlilstrom. Walter Jacobs, Moses Krieger, Harry Korestsky. Ralph Ui'hman, Norman I.lehlinK, William l.i win. Samuel I.. Matz. Kliler Markson, Tlabbl Moses Meschcloff, Isaloiv L. Mintzer, Benjamin Richard. Joseph M. Rose. Prank Selden, Leon Slgman. Harry Simonhoff, Joseph StiKarman. Mever B. Shanherp. William Taradash Joseph Wlen, lunatz Wohl, Bruno Well. Carl Weinkle. Harry L. Wllenensky. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Mrs. Morris Alpert, Mrs. Gertrude B. Berlin. Mrs. Benjamin K. Brotiafbn, Mrs. Slarvln Bronner, Mis. Max I>obrln, Mrs. Moses Krle*er. Mrs. If, D. Kirsch, Mrs. Ethel 8. Upton, Mrs. Meyer London, Mrs. Harry Marcus, Mrs. Hugo Shonberg, Mrs. Sidney A. Wlen, Mrs. M. P. Travera FOR MIAMI Chairman—Day J. Apte. Vice-Chairmen — Harry Markowjtz, Joseph A. Rlchter. Nathan Rosen. Treasurer—I,eo Robinson. Secretary—Sidney L,. Segall. Members of Board—Jack August, Abe Aronovltz, Samuel Blank. Isldor Cohen, Dr. Frank Coret, George Chertkof, Daniel Cromer, George Goldberg, Alfred Gottcsman. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Abraham Kellner, Isaac Levin. J. Gerald l-ewls, Joseph M. Upton. Samuel S. l-avinc. Siilrjev Meyer, Joseph Mechlow, Stanley C. Myers. Max Orovltz, E. Albert Ballot. Martin Raff. Meyer Rauzin, Samuel Resnick, I>ouls B. Rlfas, Morris Rubin David L. Slann, Rabbi Max Shapiro. .1. Louis Shochet, Harry Simonhoff, Klry Stone, Henry Seltiln, Jacob Bher Julius Simpson, Arthur A. t'ngar, Henry D. Williams. Mitchell Wolfson. Mrs. Samuel J. Basker, Mrs. Prank Coret. Mrs. B. Max Goldstein. Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan. Mrs. Abraham Kellner, Mrs. Isaac Iyvin, Mrs. Anna I:. Mankes. Mrs. Ralph Nevfeld. 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Friday, January 21, 1938, THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN Page Seved VJUumL By ARTHUR BLATT Saturday night, January 22nd, at Miami Beach's beautiful Cinema Theatre, the "Y" will present one f the most outstanding entertainment features—namely: The Parade of Stars, on this night, each and every headllner In the Greater Miami area will donate his or her service to a worthwhile charitable cause, the erection of the long sought and needed Jewish community center. This year as never before in the past, the business men of our great community have taken over the handling of the Parade of Stars, and the question of whether or not the affair will be a success needs not arise, for these men have done their share and the organization has been rewarded by having an advance seat sale of close to $3,000.00. The Jews of the Greater Miami area are in need of a center and a center we shall have, but we do need help, and we are not asking for much from anybody, you can purchase your tickets and be doing your share for every penny of the proceeds is turned over to the organization to be used for the building fund. Get behind the affair and show that you yourself are willing to hlep and the price of admission is one hundredth of the part it should be. The big show, the most collosal stupendius gathering of talent of stage, screen and radio, and your favorite nite club revue plus the added attraction of Nick Kenny at the helm, will open at 11:30 o'clock Saturday night at Miami BeachCinema Casino—January 22, 1938. I have been trying to figure out a good way of saying Good-bye for your next issue will have Lew Satan writing the column, Lew, if you don't know it, is one of the fellows that can do a swell Job of letting each and everyone of you know about the "Y" facts, but that old lazy bone of his has been working overtime, so we persuaded him, gently of course (with a baseball bat) that he should take over a duty he is well suited for, cause Lew knows a bit more of the facts of thisa and thata, as he has been looking through keyholes and hearing things, I in turn must take time out to catch up on the facts so you folks will again have the pleasure of Lew's thoughts and facts. It was swell, knowing each and everyone of you, and thanks a billion for bearing it so long. And to those swell folks that aided with information of the facts about you and you, a million thanks for we did need that help. So again I'll say-goodbye to each and everyone of you, until I get the chance again of dishing out the dirt. Arthur Blatt. SCENE AT TESTIMONIAL DINNER GIVEN TO "NICK KENNY" Noted Radio Editor, by members of the Y. M. H. A. "Parade of Stars" arrangements committee last week. 1 Junior Y Plan* Activities The Junior Division of the Y will hold a picnic at Greynolds Park on February 13 and a dance will be given on Sunday evening, February 6 at the Y clubrooms. Transportation will be provided tor all those who wish to attend the picnic. All boys and girls are cordially invited to attend the regular meetings of this organization which are held every Monday evening at the Y clubrooms. "It's good to be back at Miami Beach, if only to get the pleasure I do in putting over the annual Parade of Stars for the Y. M. H. A. It seems as yesterday when I came down and was inveigled into this affair by your then executive director, Boris Schlachman, who happened into the almanac when I was presented with the key to the city by Mayor Snedlgar. "In a weak moment that night, Boris asked me 'how about a benefit for the 'Y?" And there I was, with Mayor Snedigar, Baron De Hirsch Meyer, Walter Jacobs, Supreme Court Justice Levy, Leo Robinson, Justice Louis Goldstein and others. So I Bald 'yes' and I enjoyed every moment of It. Hard and grand work. The artists too, are so willing to help. Even though they be here on a vacation, their ever-ready willingness to aid the 'Y' is a splendid gesture, and best exemplifies the spirit of the theatre. "I'm not unmindful of the grand support given this parade by Mr. Larry Morris, of the Cinema Casino, Mr. Art Childers of the Royal Palm Club, Mr. Athur Prete, of the Gay Nineties, Mr. Trebl of the Town Casino Club, Mr. Ed Jouffre, of the Roney Plaza, Mr. Williams of his Bagdad Club, Mr. Don Leaning, the Club Continental, 41 Club, Miami Biltmore, Riptire Club. Internatolnal, Bouche Villa Venice, McFadden-Deauville, Jack Dempsey who has offered the complete revue from his Jack Dempsey Club, and the sparkling Mother Kelly revue, headed by Jack Reynolds, and the many other clubs who so willingly add their bit to the cause. "I feel great, seeing all these stars of radio, who have made good and started in small ways. Many of the greatest names in radio have appeared on my guest programs and have always appreciated my helping hand. Radio devours talent, and the one with ability can always find the level of the stars. Opportunities today are greater than ever before, and a good example Is Bubbles Becker, "who started as a trombonist, and assisting, he got himself an aggregation that is second to very few orchestras. There's youth. So many names today started the same way, and I'm hoping to see every one at the Cinema Casino Y. M. H. A. show Saturday night. Harry Richman has promised mc to appear, also Grade Barrie, Mark Plant and others. I am sure the show will make history. That goes wthout saying, and I'm sure the audience too will make history, for we expect this affair will turn away thousands of people. I know for a fact, for many of my intimate friends have tried to get seats in choice locations, and there were none available, since the theatre holds only one thousand people, and it looks like a great night of nights. More stars than are in the heavens will appear that night, and the Parade of Stars will start propmtly at 11, with a continuance undiminished until the wee hours of the morning. "Masters of ceremonies will be myself, Rosroe Ates, Don Lannlng, Georgie Price and Bubbles Becker. Gasolene and Oils ACME TIRES CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS Distributed By ORANGE STATE OIL CO. tfBfcfe Famous mimic and impersonator, who will appear at the "Parade of Stars." An Oxford ecclesiastic who fell in love with a Jewess and became converted to Judaism, was punished with death by fire in 1222. % 4GD3S3EZSa NICK KENNTS THIRD ANNUAL "PARADE OF STARS" Outstanding Talent of r STAGE—SCREEN—RADIO QNOflA CASUMO 13th. and Washington Miami Beach JAN. 22 Sat. Eve., 11:15 PM Call 5-6202 For Reservations • —BENEFIT— Ya Mc H. An i l



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Friday January 81. 1938. Page Eight THE JEWISH FtORIDIAN CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOCa VESCHELOFF, RaSBi %2% JeMtrtan Aver.. 'Phone 5-"128 MALRXE G. VAMCHES. Cinter 726 Me'*an Avenj* %  Pfor.t S-20'J SOCIETY Late Friday Night 8trvt0a Thil Friday night R*ti oft will apeak on "A n • in the service. Everyone i core: Athe sabbath morning S4 Rabbi Mescheloff v peak on "Sift Pedalling Religion."' He will k In Yiddish on the por-j at the Shaloah ... :. ..v. Hebrew School %  have .. i .-:-e new rooms provide-: n of parti•.hrough the ail of the Sisterhood and a number of members, •/nee makes it r-os-. rease our registration to I 'ice our former capac: We urge a.. ; Sunday School as yet to t: tistram: id ".. a^LOunce the I • :_ %  teacher for r Hi rew School. fororer eight years teacher a-, the Xew Loti Talmud Torah of Brooklyn X. V, is now teaching beginners class which meets f:om 4 to 3 p. m. daily. Parents of children from the age of 6 and over who wish to enroll their children in our beginner's class are asked to enroll them this Sunday morning, or any afternoon at 4 o'clock. Sunday Assembly At last week's assembly held at 11:30 a. m., Attorney Al MechlowItz. instructor of the post graduate group, described his recent trip to Atlanta. Ga., and brought greetings f:orr. Rabbi Harry H. Epstein, who .:-.:.; his recent i.+y her* Cantor Mamches taugh: Urea a new Palestinian song. UowtBS gave current treats reports: Oscar Goldberg. Pay Rech-.-.ar-. Donald Kirschner. :-e Tannen. The public is YoungMen't Group Sunday morning Minyan for :rom 13 to Is has been growing weekly. Parents of boys of that age are strongly urged to prevail upon them to come to this minyan which begins at 9 a. m.. is conducted by the boys alone, and Is followed by a lovely breakfast ated by the Sisterhood. Talmud and Eyn Yaakov Rabbi Moses Mescheloff teaches Talmud every weekday morning immedialety after services, and Yaakov between Mincha and Maariv. Everyone is gladly asked to listen in. Adult Courses Elementary Hebrew Conversation will be taught at 8 p. m. and the "Reason Behind the Law" at 6:30 p. ::... every Wednesday night by the Rabbi. These two courses are free and open to all men and women. Purim Ball At the meeting of the Board of Directors last Monday night, plans for this year's Purim Ball were laid. The date will be published in the near future. Mr. I. L. Mintzer was appointed chairman, Mrs. Joe M. Rose, co-chairman. A very elaborate affair is being planned, which will include the Tery best of talent, the most beautiful of surroundings and a beautiful Purim Journal. National Council of Jewish Juniors Announce Plans The regular monthly board meeting of the National Council of Jew.aiors will be held Thursdayevening. January 27th. at the home of Miss Rosalyn Clein. 236 S. W. 15th Avenue. The monthly business meeting of this organization wi'.l be held Tuesday. February' 1st. at the Beth David Talmud Torah at which time an entertaining program will be presented. All members and their friends are cordially invited to attend. Mr. Paul Barnett, chairman of the dance to be held February 13 at the Civic Center and which is sponsored by the Junior Council for the benefit of a Children's Charity Clinic at the Alton Road Ital, announces that tickets are now available. • • • Visits In Miami Mr. and Mrs. A. Louis Wechsler have as their house guests, Mrs. Wechsler's mother, Mrs. B. Polksin. of Plainfield, N". J.. and her niece. Mrs. D. Peatner, of Brighton. [Brooklyn. N. Y. They will remain I here for the season. • • • Spends Vacation Here Rabbi Julius Hess, formerly of Tampa. Fla., and now of St. Charles. Mo., where he has been Rabbi for the past 25 years, is vacationing in Miami with Mrs. Hess where he is a guest at the Busch Hotel. • • • Engagement Is Announced Mrs. Jeanette Goodkowsky. of Boston and Miami Beach, announces the engagement of her daughter, to Aaron Farr, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Farr of Miami. Mr. Farr is associated with his father as a member of the Farr Tours. Inc., and is widely known in musiDate of Purim Ball Announced Ki the luncheon meeting of the Beth David Sisterhood last Wed nesdav afternoon. Rabbi Max Shapiro was the guest speaker and Mrs Sol Rotfort presided. Ml* Harry Oliphant. chairman of the Puim Ball which will be held at ( the Mahl Shrine Temple on George i Washington's birthday, February ">nd announced the following chairmen: Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, general chairman; Mrs. Minnie Engler. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. 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W..LI, m* Ma**r A Robert R M, WEST FLAGLEE PATRONS WITNESS CLOSE CONTESTS Added to the many records held West Flagler Kennel Club a< a unique one during the past : when a dead heat resulted o i ayoffs on the daily double v • e made. fju niela in the first race paid 1131.1 and the daily double was split two ways when Hurry Down and Pleasant Surprise finished in a deadlock at the wire. Beauty Winner won the third race and rs of tickets on Hurry Down and Beauty Winner and Pleasant se and Beauty Winner were 1 aid. Two four dog match races durlg the last ten days brought thousands to the track and proved to be the last word in excitement. Court Jester owned by Art Wilson, cap. the first while the second found Reba Nell, International champion, winning the second. With the fastest greyhounds ever collected at any track racing at the West Flagler Kennel Club this year, the management plans manymatch races. The dogs are of such high standard that almost any four dogs can be selected and a sensational race will result. Mountain Mist, Sweet Harmony, Miami Moon. Fame. Big Laddie, Tempest, FancyJim. On The Nose, Guiding Band, Hash King, Public Enemy and many others can step over the oval in record time. The new track at the West Flagler Kennel Club has practically \ eliminated all spills and Jams. The ; old track was entirely eliminated : and replaced with a new one. The new racing strip Is a quarter mile, the only standard quarter mile oval in Dade county. Record breaking crowds have been jamming the downtown oval nightly and as the fourth week of the meeting begins many records ,are expected to fall. Florida's Finest American-JewishDinner" ST. REGIS RESTAURANT 446 COLUN/ AVE. 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JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, January 21, 1938. Page Two Luncheon Bridge To Be He^d I -r IPIllaH rs. J. are spoa |ge to be held V--.. %  -.he ber.-. od. S CE TY S Belief : B-dge Ts Be G -ek cards were played and r by Bob Lear. and H. Magid. the officers v.. i po the board of directors. ., Mr. and V %  • *• ; af £ ? i Halpera Mr. and Mrs. dent, and • m Ir. and Mrs. Herman led by Isaac Loin, past Saber, Mr. and Mr;. Max Baber, :.: of the Lodge. Goldman. of Mr '• %  nton. Pa., and many 0 William Friedman retiring treai ^^ ; the Lodge and a gift of si. LMJ n ( • • Sorority Holds Installation president. and Visit* Relatives Here Mrs. Jo~ph • "' Atlantic j spending several the guest of her slsn Mrs. Many Kaufman and be awarded to the most "collegiate" couple present. Features ot the evening will be a Paul Jones. Big Apple and dance contest Asi sisting M'ss Rosenthal on her committee are Miss Evelyn Marks. Miss ... Dubler. Miss Gertrude Shaft. The committee In charge of decocting the clubrooms is Miss Jeannette MlnUer, Miss Ruthye Berostein and Miss Nellye Shaff. Tickets are available from club members. Discussion was also held on a theatre party to be given in the early part If February. Complete plana will be announced laterThe next meeting will be held at the home of Miss Gertrude Shaff. 1C12 S. W. Hth terrace. B-s -ess Meeting To Be Held A meetMM D I Rosenbloom. who was \ the non e guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. T ;,%o ne B F^k 'eft for her home in .H 1 • "LufRabb Col 'Montgomery, Ala. Chi SOI rity held b y all in the chorus. Rabbi l ... JSTJS V W. H. A. To Sponsor Dances : IS ed I \ s ts He-e Gl ::n Kir So. 5 of B will sponsor ^.TGrand" 1 "/ ^ MA ^ GraDd L evening at 0 p. m. InILTSS ary 10 at the V. Admission in M ... %  ... : '' %  '' ~ a; %  Means to Me." Irma Bernaccomplishments of Cast Off Clothing Requested Because of the Importance; of e work • time The J Auxiliary argent s all -..-._Ing and -.:.... ir I rti lea to send them rority during her adm.: i ; resident an I %  I mi you la • • • Meeting Is Postponed The sewing meeting to have been to the rummage store conduc ( the home of Mrs. Samuel Katz. the Ladies Auxiliary or to contact ie wing chairman of Senior HadasL. J. Har.z. lira. Maurice s .. ; street on MonJacobs or Mrs. Ida 0;tner who will day, Jan. 24. has been indefinitely make arrangements to call for postponed. Due notice of this the evening. Following the serving of the dinthese dances will be a nominal fee for gentlemen and ladies will be them. these ing pictures were taken which will be shown at a later date. meeting will be carried in • • • columns at a later date. Wedding Is Solemnized • • • Several hundred friends attendNoted Singer to Appear Here ed the wedding of Miss Ruth Dre-I Isa Kremer. internationally famvich. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. | ous concert singer, who established M. Drench, to Peter Silverman. a reputation for her remarkable in-1 Announced son of Mr. and Mrs. L. SUverm, stations of Jew.sh folk songs ^ r Be s e Dlamond has an at the Miami Jewish Orthodoy Conwill be heard in a concert featuring engagement of her ration last Sunday nigh,. Rabbi Jewish folk songs and songs of a1 ^.^ ^ raham A. Kellner officiated and nations at the Odd Fellows Hall. Brunswick N J sted by Cantor Maurice N. W. Second avevnue at Fourth. hes of Beth Jacob Conerega on Tuesday evening, Febru-| ary 15. under the sponsorship of vi 't ln Miami ner. for which a vote of thanks was j free. %  men of ereater Miami are coroiauy "ASA !" *~J !" by some of the leading members of the Lodge. In charge of armenta were J. Louis Shochet. man, who presided during the banquet. Nathan Adelman. R. R Adler treasurer of the banquet committee. Isaac Levin. Leo Eisenstein. S. N. Halpert and J. Aron Abbott. Several cf the addresses will be served. • • • Returns From Vacation f Mrs. Hyman Kesser returned to the city from a three week's stay in New Yirk City as the guest of relatives and friends. Returnim: with her were her sister, Mrs. Joe Lasher of New York City. her and songs were recorded and movjaunts Mrs. D. MoskowlU of RrookDuring the service Mr. Marx the Workn. '.Branch No Feinberg sang several selections I r Miami. Following the ceremony the parcf the bride were hosts at a eptlon a: the Young Men's Hebrew Association where dancing enjoyed until a late hour. a Brochos" was condu i the tradition^'. Rabbi : %  %  • .:. lyn and Mrs. B. Wollreich of Ir-> vington. N. J. They will remain here for the season as Mrs. Kesser's guests. • Onyx Club Announces Plans Miss Gladys Greenburg was hosis week to the Onyx club in her home. Miss Shirley Rosenthal, chairman of the "Collegiate Dance." gave a Officers are Installed M three hundred mem ( J'.-ith and friends during cer s;a} j n this from ail parts of the country at-1 ... la installation banlet of the local Bnai B'rith Lodge last Tuesday eight at the Hotel Mrs. Kate Rapp, of Brooklyn, N. Y.. is visiting her sister and brothcomplete report. The dance is to er-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank be &*<* in the clubrooms of the for the season. Mrs. Rapp is also *. H. A 1W7 S. WFifth the sister of Mrs. Morris Dubler and she will be lavish :• • :ained Oneg Shabbat To Be Held The Oneg shabbat or Sabbath Tea of the Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah will be held this Saturday at the home of Mrs. Morris Alpert. 1400 Lenox avenue, Miami Beach, from two until four o'clock. Assisting hostesses are Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs. Leonard Finn, Mrs. Maurice Jacobs and Mrs. Benjamin Turchln. The program has been arranged by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein and will Include a review of Dorothy Ruth Kahn's recent book on modern Palestine, entitled 'Spring up oh Well' by Mrs. Joseph Williamson. Hebrew sings and group singing will be led by Mrs. Edward Friedman. Mrs. Weinstein will continue the fireaide discussion series assisted by Mrs. Elias Freidus. All members and friends are cordially invited. A special request has been made that all guests assemble promptly. • • • Zionist District To Hold Meeting A business meeting of the Greater Miami Zionist District will take place Monday evening, January 24 at 8 p. m.. at the Beth David Talmud Torah. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. A membership campaign is being conducted at the present time and all those interested in joining are urged to attend. An attempt is being made to collect dues from the present members and all members are urgently requested to forward their checks for the annual dues of 13.00 to Mr. Harry Zukernick, 817 Washington avenue. Miami Beach. the Board of the Ml .,mi Beach Guests ar. „„ 0rthodos c Irtng before dinner began enjoyed the brides father is pre *">* "^ The couple left for a brief, he Bubble } Hotel E and were served t> ith canapes of all kinds in the spacious lobby. • ; o'clock the guests were ushered into the dining hall to music ed bv the orchestra. Follow.-... auu .irs. ~aui .ntin..^ trie> i their eighteenth edding ^ brief ^'-^uctory remarks by ersary with a dinneand' <*airman. Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Karcard party, last week. The ; Ian. of Temple Israel gave the inTOymooa trl| They will make .. home in Miami. ... Anniversary Is Celebrated and Mrs. Sam Marcus eeleI were decorated with roses and orange blossoms and at nine cation while the guests stood. During the course of the dinner accordion solos were played, selections Convalesces At Home Mrs, Max Rappaport re from the Jackson Memorial hospital to her home where she is now convalescing from a recent illness. ... Holds Annual Luncheon The annual Bridge Luncheon of the Ladies Auxiliary was held last ssday at the Fleetwood Hotel. In charge of arrange %  were Mrs. Mark Max. chairman, who was assisted by Mrs. Frank Frankel. Mrs. George Reiss. Mrs Maurice Jacobs, as co-chairman and; her committee of Mrs. R. R Adler.' Mrs. H. Markus, Mrs. J. Richter, MIAMI BEACH: Ritter's Hotel La Flora Hotel COLLINS AVE. AT THIRTEENTH Where vour every ^vis'r. is oar delight. Home comfort and modern service, combined with the finest cuisine DLETAEY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED .0 Do You Own Your Home? 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P**e T'JtT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN CONGREGATION BETH DAVID •:•. *. W. W Ave-. KLUC ^ I •/# |X*P >C = r : • ;2J •. ••. it '. tr..... -„.,., | .--; ; MAY1BAM Ee-: I be %  Baa*. Xu Baa;e %  .; % %  %  ;:;•erv .ii Saturday atoni -; -' l ..' -.Congregational Bervleea %  %  ik/mom p we trust tbat ".:.% pirer to '.ike aa interest tad tniaf their chlldree If UM are unable to attend by thfrminrrw on at> coast of 'ji-.tar.-'r Howard uti Jack M-r^e::. Harold •inley Hayman aad ard Lubir. .-.-:.•-. a sul eea. Immediately af-.e.the services, Mrs. Looli Har.z and Mr*. Harry 1st serve as hostesses ar.d I i "Kiddush" for the Junior worablpara. Sunday School Activities During the a morning, tbe stode :.-._•.: %  :: :::i'T %  Schoc i --. tk< Ki read .i lea if UM km = .-; it: kaawa CJ tae •'%  %  : >-"i trees .-.--. • (atari .. A ;?:i~ tte (01 i of 1 • %  -:•.. B %  -l H I -: 1 The =.'.:-. : Bhofar 1 I fifth Issue ?0J .%  :.&rge ratlnu %  : One arorli Mist E^rle.Jack M i and Ad nti a well H B are urged to lead • .-. aewi Isteraat for i • '.it Rab-.. i office before Tbsrdaj week. 'A'e ajk you to co-operate with tbe editora-ia-< blef Congratulations We aSDilM DOT -Vazel-ToT'' to Mr. Bad Mrs. Julius Sokolow of Lania, Florida, at tbe "Bar Mitzvah of their son, Solomon, during' our services last Saturday morn-ng Way 5: '-'"'w -> '-' %  > -* eocrce of joy H ?"--• Be-.Da: $ %  ate—sod at reedDy rad entail why UM -ilaaal tan ea sts tbe I I aid adsirstJoa lor tte Jew hah woaaea fa blatory i i#w admirably oar women of II are aporktat loarard :-* -i. i-.eaaaee of oar religious Kractare. Tear is aad yea -., •; .: .--%  --' :-J =:;•.;-.-. *. -eaawad ssnatgaa -:.: Tigor. We :%  -•• Parts Baal erMca %  n **^ UM Suteraood. Tbe proceeds of •.'!..-: :he loaraal ta ;* %  *..' ." are used I •ier .ie re'.:r..ij ei. i"! i f -r yootb. Tte Partm BaU will take l ;•*.• U "-•' %  • i.-.: ?r:. flraaaa ago. '-' 3 .: rs and = i T i : r w. -j k .: aii keta u attead our I i-: let %  ar. Koea, Margaret Flak. Harold Rothkafa, MaW Bookbinder and Bob Singer. • Radio Hour At 3:M p. m. this Sunday after noon tbe Jewish Radio Hour of the %  kal Assembly of Greater wfli be presented by Rabbi^ •• : :.-.:ofl aitt taa %  aaaeal aasUunce of Cantor Maurice Mi^.chea. Tte Rabbi will speak o "JcWaBh Ceremonies/' Will you be Blag inBETH JACOB S tte--;;a Br.dje baadred %  : tti %  .' B repre-, %  B H '.* the a • i -y of the its. Mi Sel len, man-! age? of the Florldias Hotel Mrs AJbart hea-:mmittee. Young Judea The meeting of the Young Judea Club at the Beach took place at Sherman Tobin's home. The club was honored by the presence of Rabbi Mescheloff and his wife. The Rabbi gave the elub a re-y impresspeech. A number of new members were i resent—Diana De Friday. January 11. l3g Tampa Notes The Tampa aectios. National Council of Jewieh Womea. held a membership social yesterday at tbe Federated Clubs building with Mrs. Fred Perlman in charge, A large number of new and prospective members attended. Dr. John S. Sherman, president of the InlTeraity of Tampa, was tbe principal speaker at the business meeting. Mrs. Joseph Waterman, president of the council, and Mrs. Joseph Wobl. past president, were elected delegates to tbe National triennial convention of the Council of Jewish Women which •ill open January 23 in Pittsburg. Pa, and to the Southern Interstate conference which will precede it. Mrs. J. A. Waterman made an interesting report for the Lighthouse, major project of the Tampa council Morrice L'man. legislatire chairman, reported several resolutions which will be voted upon at the triennial. The annual luncheoi will be held February 22 at the Tampa Terrace Hotel, with Mrs. Irving Salsbury in charge. ISA KREMER Koted Pott songs. 1 who wl >r here in a concert February II WORLD'S FATR BARS ANTINAZI CHAMBER HORRORS Mrs. Jay Markowltx with her mother-in-law. Mrs. Chas. Markowitx, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Lubetzky to New Orleans. They returned to their respective homes after a weeks tour through the Southern states. tuinrra-.TKur UAA — WlUkUA. — pmattA. New York fWN8)—There win be no anti-Nazi chamber of horrors at '.he New York World's Fair of 1&39. Grover Whalen. I resident of the World's Fair Corporation, announced that the fair had rejected BS offer by the Joint Boycott Council to lease space for such an exhibit in opposition to the display j of the German government. Mr. Whales based his refusal on the; ground that the rules of the fair would not permit exhibits devoted to political propaganda. DR. R DR. H DR. R DE'.T'ST S. AKERS L. ANDERSON WILLIAMSON CLOSED SATURDAY Opqn Evenings ty Appointment Ph. 2-2131 1764 N. 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Page S:x THE JEWISH FL0R1DIAN Friday January 21, 1935. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBIS RESIDENCE: 9: S. W. MM Ccrt: Pfon* M1 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Da::Bka Mi a: %  a. c; Mincha a: i P. :-. : MaariT, 15 —.---.ri Z'.rT %  UStt %  Friday ever..-.? M T : Si".-rday ~ : — .ir a: :: a. =.; Sat ./ i.'.:-.:. ;. M. -•;;.. £•;--; S -. : • s The .: Mi Jos-and I 1 %  *ii was f-r.-vec ty Mrs. A %  .-: I In .I erger wfco :; I BM La: ei A.x llary I .. : • .-I arty wktcb At %  1 Rev. Dean Tamer of the First) Methodist Church of Orlando at the ; = tng reception in honor of the new Baptist r-.:r.:s:er. Rev. Dr. Tucker. The Catholic. Protestant % %  d Jewish representative* cordially welcomed Rev. Tutor from Ik, N. c. Happy Birthday Coctributioci were made to the Happy Birthday Fund in honor of Mrs. Louis Baum. Miss Ruth B ROKB. the Goldberg family and Bobby Roth, all of whorr. % %  :%  A contribution was made for *' "' brary Solon K. I • • Bvelyn Ml to %  %  %  ; Newark. N. J.. has taken up perma:.io. and is Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop. Mr and Mrs. Zalla are from Cleveland. Ohio, and the length of their stay is undecided. Mrs. Morri Bork, of Jacksonville is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Seigel. Mrs. Bork expats to be in our fair city about a week or ten days. As a very charming addition to: our c :.,--:>growing Jepish. community, we welcome Mrs. Aler Levy and her attractive daughter.! from Birmingham. Ala. HH Levy and daughter are living at the San Juan Hotel. A benefit bridge is being sponsored by the Orlando Temple Sisterhood, and will be held at the home ot the very capable and ever charming hostess, Mrs. Max Blattner at 235 Park Lake Circle on January S3, .Sunday evening at 8. p. m All those wishing to attend pleae get in touch with Mrs. Blattner. Mrs. Ben Cohen has gone to Philadelphia. Pa., to visit relatives and is expected back shortly. CLASSIFIED EADIO TRANSFER AND STORAGE ar.ywhere In l_". S. A. RADIOS REPAIRED—We. Plus Parts Bonded and Insured carriers. Phone WAIT. Why W_ !" ^: ring and Bl .-• %  I • H Bsa-d Meeting : rjlA Matt 1 %  :. %  to be %  Dcr!; H lei had as ? Week Mr I New H. Kadler spent the week-end with Mr. : %  % % %  "• %  • ; %  ". — 14 8. W. %  I Ave. I • %  %  %  ''%  %  •*' I MASSAGE STORAGE ORAYNOO •OUR LIGHT" CONGREGATION OHE\ EOLA DRIVE SHALOM ORLANDO, FLA. BI MORRIS A. SKOP 1012 HARWELL ORLANDO, FLA. Mr. .-.: Shone <-•' %  New York is in Orlando to sj days on Orlai links. F -sc-ccf Bidg. — Heart of C :/ %  ::.: % % % %  if and bags. 5c day, SOc and II -is, *i MATTRESS RENOVATING E KNCTSON—HIM Mar uaa-e, reducing irrigation. %  lays', evenings. [J7 N. Phone 2-8100. K r. ton I Mrs. S nE 1. 1 end birthda; RELIABLE MATTRESS 0. • %  '••' .. SIS 8. w AT. ROOFING Bialik Grove. To the s subscrip•. n of the "Tonne Judea" maga: •-• 5 tine was awarded. The school' Friday .. „ ... ........ y 0 g p ........ Friday Night Services %  : Mr a of the H: rphan'i .-• .te. Mr Well will on U %  In:•-:-.:: be the : • j iU= I Mi Morris A. Sko) Annuai Bansuet I package of 'Buxor and Palestinian fr-: ..-. Pint ;r:z :^d mark I r the Anno .• ^% e ning ani Milton Sadler i ted president. •.0 be held at the Synagogue The ;ror.p is organized for intellec.: hall Sunday irj u ] ,. .. an( j monthly %  %  : being ractiTi :::cers and cornranged by the 1 lnclnde: Morris Mrs. Ben Haimowiu -sident; secretary-tra-. f.U p m. An unusa o| ..%  Herbert Strauss, editor-in-chief of 8' Oraynoo.' Pat tnd r editor; Mary .axogue and the Or-j Blattner. Chairiady of the memberJewish Community will be: s h i p committee; Abe Karinoff and reviewed. Under the chairmanship'Gertrude Haimowitz. committee at f Mr. Sol Wittenstein ud Mr. Mari arge ; Martin Segal, member at tin Siegal, It Is expected that this • ; arge The f rst installation of oftenth Annual Banket will be nt-i fleers and reception of the Jewiah %  '. by close to three hundred Y cuth Forum was held at the ;.,~, U Musical interlude during of our Rabbl the night of the evening will be presented by ; rho 0ser BSEva P]ang were ers of the Synagogue. ; nnUted for the cultural even: International Rotary I ir.gs to be sponsored weekly at the A^er a recent me*tin? of the 1 Synagogue Social Hall, on Wednes-! 1 ... I %  %  : a bL %  • %  :. •• to <.'. \:.: D Of prizes was chalrls : I 1 • B '..-; For A. Haimowiu M N. Segai. Al Damus and Joseph Wolf. A tidy :ted from the party, '% %  *iv Uy of Orlando wi I -rir of the Tau ler of Ta-a B] -..:. Phi Frailty of Florida. '•':•-.Begml, also of this city, was irman of the induction committee of the fraternity. :.,-.ar.r.ounc-' ed ber engagement to Mr. Jack Wolfson. formerly of Lakeland.: Florida. Miss Kolman is a student at the Vn:v. : .-. %  r: Alabama, be• • Dgmged in the study of fashion designing, for which art she has an unusual aptitude. M4THAWAY ROOFING CO. '.'.•%  % %  %  .%  • • • w •• •-' % %  LOCKSMITHS S E : 1TH ST • %  v ... keys 1 % %  %  PLUMBERS Chas, M. Ewing •'. .• %  CHIROPRACTIC FISH, AQUARIUMS MASNATA SISTERS AQUARIUM SPECIALIZING In decorating ai. ancing aquariums in your home; • 1 and stocked; gu; tropical fi*h, water plants, aquariums, birds adn cages. 615 N. W. tznd Ave. l-51 FILLING STATIONS BAKER'S SERVICE STATION GAS—OIL—Repairs "n any maki : le to fit your purse. • d —1*01 S. W. %  %  %  t-iUt. BUILDING PLANS DRAFT :.e on house plan-. • able rates, work g .: Meredith, ""or.s;: %  N 7-4T17. FLORISTS EXOTIC GARDENS. INC. an 1 Bridge. Phones 2i'hnne 5-:961 — I 7 •• mi N. W. I7tb ue. Phone 2-3105. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS WIRED ANYWHERE. ELECTROLYSIS PARALYSIS Sec PARR Si ; p ra x w. in %  •""FURNITURE REPAIRING fflTCRE repairing and reflnlsh> -.ake chances with Inrtsmen. Only the finest of .'. job call 4-1501. free. Visgon Co., ::.. <"' s w. -rn St. FLOOR SURFACING ?. SANDING. } %  I room up; I, Jenkins, phone ELECTROLYSIS—Moles. Warts. Hair successfully removed. :• > • %  perience. Consultation free. Phon* ; "" Fully ensed. PAMELIA C. %  %  '. w >ld Bldg. REAL ESTATE METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Residential and apartment loans. LongLow rates. Miami. Miami Prompt Sen-Ice W. STANLEY DODO CO. S4 Blsoayni Blvd. Phone J-'.-.J PAINTING PAINTING and Roofing by licensed Contractor. First class work, reasonable. For estimate phone 4-2244— Etswller. 2416 Ponce Del^on. Coral Gables ETZWILER ROOFING and PAINTINO COMPANY Mr I. P. Heller and SOB. J were e-j<-s:s of the Sa n Juan Hotel while here for a short visit. Mrs. Morris Marcos, of New York City wfll be here for an ex-1 tended visit with his uncle ar.d aunt. Mr. and Mrs. H. LeibpsHej Orlando International Rotary Society. Rabbi Skop was elected to membership as the only Jew represent irxg the classification ot le Synagogues. Chamisho Oser B'Shvat day evenings at S p. m The sub-1 ject for next Wednesday's discussion will be. "The Modern Stare ish and the Jew." This will be follow' ed by a symposium on Communism. | Fascism and Democracy and their 1 Mr and Mrs. H. Straus, formerly if Cincinnatti. Ohio, are making their home at 311 East Robinson for. the winter. Mr. A. C. Coith. superintendent relationship to Jewish life. Tentaof parks in Orlando, was guest of tive plans made for the first dance honor at the first Annual Jewish 'to be given on Lincoln's Birthday.'' Arbor Day celebratton held in the Mr. Jack Prince, who provided the gardens of Mr. and Mrs. Louis! music for the reception io ably will • Jacob on Gore street. Mr. Colth I arrange for the orchestra. Mr. spoke on the subject. "Trees and Herbert Strauss was elected editor Fruits in Orlando.'' and prises were of the Banquet Issue of the, awarded by him to children of the "Oraynoo." Rellgiius and Hebrew Schools for Condolences their collection of leaves. Mr. | The entire community wishes to : Coith also assisted in the planting, offer its deepest and heartfelt symMr. and Mrs. Morri Zalla sr.-? two sons, Alvin and Joel, are In Orlando visiting their cousins. THE pathy to Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Stern of the McElroy Apartments, on the of a tree by the children, to commemorate the day. Stamps were purchased for the Jewish National j demise of their loving mother. Fund, sod enough money was rais-j Ministerial Association fd to plant five trees in Palestine 1 ASTOR HOTEL WsihinQten at Ttith St-tet MIAMI BEACH jAnnou"ees the Open>g e its Nrw STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM Rabbi Skop was the guest of 1 t 1 I t 1 J American j-; EursoeiP j|For Rates a"2 Iwfir—Iff Consult M. ROSSER. Mar.ar AiSO SEVEN KOSHER CREAM SOUPS (milchig, of course) %  **, >-lry, Spinach, Com UwnW


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wJemsti Fllaridlia in \% Tlhe Jewish VmBlty *v Volume II—No. 3. MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1938 Price Five Cents THE WORLD'S WINDOW By LUDWIO LEWISOHN The views expressed by Ludo— wig Lewlsohn In his column ai-a his own and do not necessarily reflect the policies or attitude of our publication. Reproduction In whole or In part strictly forbidden. What is ghetto in the evil sense? Segregation by force, by outer force, for the purpose of humiliation and of impoverishment. This force 'which creates the evil ghetto need not be in human society an either physical or legal force. Human societies and human society have subtler powers and need not necessarily in order to enact their wishes have recourse to either brute compulsion or to law; by tacit or almost tacit understand ings they can exclude a group or groups of people from participation in sucn and such activities, organizations, or from areas of residence, use of facilities and so on. Whenever this Is done within any society against the will of the ex eluded individuals and groups there is always the danger of the establishment of a ghetto in the evil sense. The excluded against their will have the tendency to establish institutions merely imitative of those against which they have been shut out. Since these institutions, fraternities, clubs, etc-, have no life-giving principle, no inner organizing' force of their own, but exist slowly by compulsion, they tend to become of the ghettl-ghetti ghastly post emancipatory sort, ghetti without pride, memory, purpose, prayer, aspiration. The failure on the part of Jews to understand that is to me a source of perpetual astonishment. I happen to know too that it is a source of perpetual astonishment to Intelligent and sensitive Christians. Thus, to come to my point, I have never been able to understand why Jewish studentB in our colleges, excluded from Gentile fraternities and desiring very prlperly to organize groups of their own for social and other purposes, chose the slavish imitativeness of making their groups Greek Letter fraternities. Was there not some one who said to them: "This very nomenclature declares ghetto. This blank imitativeness shouts from the housetops that you exist merely by exclusion, that hunger is all your food and envy all your substance." I am convinced, very proudly convinced, that if one were to analyse the difference of reaction in a really fine Cent He student or faculty member to the Hillel Foundation and the Menorah Society on the one hand and to the conventiinal Greek Letter fraternity manned by excluded Jews on the other, one would find two extremly different Judgments of value—in the first case a reaction of consent, of respect, even of intellectual curos'ty which might grow into knowledge and love; in the seconn case at most a polite tolerance which any analysis of the situation could so easily tinge with contempt. Well, theworld does move and the Jewish world is moving on a little and a number of Jewish fraternity men have independently reached something very like the conclusions here set down. This group led, I understand, by Mr. Meyer Pesin of Jersey City, called a conference on December 12th for the formation of a National Council of Jewish fraternities. This whole plan came into beng, I am Informed, "in response to an arti culate and inarticulate cry of Jew ish fraternity men who sensed the woeful indifference of fraternities not only to the greater and all-in elusive Jewish problem, but to the very need of comfort and guidance of the Jewish student." So far, so good. Now I have been permitted to examine the pro posed constitution of this National Council of Jewish FraternitiesCertain aspects of it are depressing enough. The Preamble plunges at once into the weary mattter of "group solidarity to combat antiJewish feeling and prejudice." We need hardly go further. You cannot, young friends and fellow-Jews, combat a feeling so intricate and visceral and deep-seated as antl Semitism by a loose danger-inspir ed solidarity attempted at an eleventh hour for that purpose. Reread that sentence. It contains the whole truth of the matter. Passing resolutions (cf. Article II, P. 5) is worse than useless. It is in danger of becoming farcical. Even the support (P. 7) of "lnter-falth and good-will movements" will only induce in you, members of a weak pacifist minority, an agreeable sensation. It will alter things no whit. Resolutions will not help, organization will not help, clamor and protet will not help either you or the others. What Will Help? Learning to lead Jewish lives. That, that only. Nothing else. First, for your own sakes. Only from leading memorled Jewish lives will spring a solidarity which will turn segregation into free selfaffirmation. Do you know when you will have prevailed? When your Jewish fraternity means so much to your own Jewish lives and Jewish souls that, were the bars suddenly to be broken and the swankiest Gentile frat. offer to take you in, you would with all good will and all appreciation and no memory of former exclnsion oe affront, instinctively and instantly refuse. Refuse. Because no nonJewish fraternity could satisfy fully your special need of historical and spiritual fellowship, could be and express and tend to the cultivation of your deepest self. Nothing less must be the aim. Nothing less will do much good, because nothing less will reach the goal. Negatives, broadly speaking, have neither persuasive nor crea tive power. They persuade neither the self nor the world... I have a vision of a Jewish fraternity on a college campus to whose house the Christian friends of members will consider it a distinction and a thing of beauty and edification to be invited on Erev Shabbath or for the Seder; a frat. house from which will radiate a spirit of intellectual Integrity and pacifist libertarlanlsm on the grounds of Jewish religion and the history of Israel, so that all sensitive and libertarian spirits on that campus, of whatever race or faith, will be glad that that house stands there. Resolu. An Open Letter We, the Rabbis representing traditional Judaism in Greater Miami, taking cognizance of a flagrant violation of our Jewish burial rites and laws, strongly protest aga'ns the sanctimoniousness of indivi duals who dare sanction or officiate at Jewish burials on a non-Jewish cemetery. The Greater Miami Jewish Cem etery Association about three year ago expended the sum of four hundred dollar! to disinter a Jewish body buried in a non-Jewish cemetery in a small Southern community in order that the "final remains" rest on "Karka shel Yisroel." And yet here in Miami, families ignorant of Jewish laws follow the word of psuedo-leaders and unknowingly violate the most tacred rite. We strongly call attention to the undertakers of Greater Miami that it is their duty to notify immediately the chairman of the Jewish Cemetery Association upon receipt of a Jewish body; for in many instances the respective families are ignorant of the Jewish burial rites and laws. We strongly condemn the practices of undertakers In shipping Jewish bodies wrapped up in sheets (which is Blzyon Ha Mes) wlthou proper traditional Jewish preparation. At all events, notify the chairman of the Association or anyone of the undersigned Rabbis. We sincerely trust that the undertakers will comply with the requests of the Rabbis and work in keeping with the reverent spirit of Jewish law and custom. (Signed) Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Rabbi Max Shapiro. United Appeal Names Committee REFUSES TO BE PHOTO GRAPHED WITH 8WASTIKA New York (WNS) — Claudette Colbert, noted screen actress, refused to be photographed with a floral wreath presented to her before sailing for Europe on an Italian ship until a swastika flag attached to the wreath was removed. When Miss Colbert was given the wreath she noticed that it was decorated with many flags, among them the swastika. When the photographers tried to get her to pose with the floral decoration she angrily refused until the swastika was removed. In private life Miss Colbert is the wife of Dr. Joel Pressman, noted Jewish physician. tiona Keep faith with your fathers and your own souls. Learn Hebrew; practice the great ritual minima; put a Mezuzah on your door and your hearts. You will seeBaron De Hirsch Heyer, chairman of the Miami Beach United Jewish Campaign has received the following statement from the Joint Distribution Committee regarding the situation overseas: "Roumania threatens to outlaw Jews in disregard of treaties according to Dr. Bernard Kahn." "Dr. Kahn, European Director of the American Jewish Joint Dlstrli bution Committee, arriving last night on the United States liner Washington, declared that the number of Jews deprived of their rights and economic opportunity in Europe had greatly increased during the past year. "In Roumania," said Dr. Kahn, "the government had adopted antlsemitism as a doctrine and practice, and threatened to outlaw the 9,000.000 Roumanian Jews. Disregarding peace treaties, minority treaties and the constitution of the country." "In Poland, violent anti-Jewish propaganda, severe boycott, and humiliating anti-Jewish regulatiins like the introduction of ghetto benches are practiced with little or no opposition on the part of the government except sometimes in cases of physical violence and public disturbance. "It is a matter for encouragement, however, that many outstandng personalities and some poll tical parties in Poland are courageously raising their voices against the inhuman treatment of the Jews and the poisonous atmosphere of anti-Semitism. "In Germany, the Jews are being driven out of the last economic positions. Increased oppression is swelling the number of refugees and emigrants. More than 15,000 Jews had to leave Germany during the last year and in the middle of the year the German laws of racial discrimination were extended to the 12,000 Jews in Upper Silesia (the Danzig corridor.) "Throughout Europe there are today some 25,000 refugees from the anti-Jewish terror, the greater part of them living in need and in a position of demoralizing uncertainty. It is greatly to be hoped that the lnter-governmental conference at the League of Nations which will take up the refugee problem again in February will find ways and means to ameliorate the situation of these unhappy people. "Five to six million in all are today the victims of governmental anti-Semitism and policies of unchecked anti-Semitic propaganda and persecution. All of these millions are in danger of losing their (Continued on Page 5) 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. Y. M. H. A. Sponsor "Parade Of Stars" Stars from virtually every night club in the Miami area, as well as stage, radio and screen celebrities who are vacationing here, will parade Saturday evening at the Cinema Casino at Miami Beach when the Y. M. H. A. offers its fourth annual benefit show. With such well-known personalities as Jack Dempsey, former world heavy-weight champion, Nick Kenny, writer of hit songs and radio columnist, Roscoe Ates, movie comedian, Don Lanning, local nlte club owner. Harvey Bell of the Club Bagdad and Sid White, theatrical agent, acting as masters of ceremonies, the performance bids fair to be one of the highlights of Miami's winter entertainment. A capacity audience is indicated from advance ticket sales according to Al Rosenfeld, ticket chairman, who prophesies that every one of the 975 seats at the Cinema Casino will be filled Saturday evening when the curtain goes up at 11:15. Bubbles Becker and his N. B. C. orchestra, playing at the Cinema, have donated their services for the event as has every other artist on the program, Larry Morris, manager, said. Through the courtesy of Miami and Miami Beach night clubs who are lending their stars, the program will Include every type of popular entertainment. Heading the galaxy of stars will be Miss Fifl Dorsay, known for her work on the stage, screen and radio. She, as well as Maralyn Duke, Duchess of Song, and Virginia Matttson, dance stylist, are from the 41 club. Miss Grace Barrie and the entire Royal Palm floor show will appear and the Club Continentals is sending Johnny Hale, former star of Earl Carrol's Sketch Book and Vanities. Ramon and Renita, internationally known ball room dance team who won such popularity in the Miami area last season, head the list of dance stars. Other favorites on the program include Roberta Sherwood from the Club Bagdad; Mark Plant, singing star of the Ziegfleld shows, from the Hollywood Beach Hotel; the Three Scamps from the Riptide Club; Arthur Boran, mimic and impersonator; Cookie Bowers, who has been featured on Rudy Valee's radio broadcast; Charles Mansfield, lyric tenor formerly of Schubert's "Blossom Time," and Jack and Betty Lee, youth dance team. With celebrities arriving in town daily, other stars are expected be added to the bill. E. Albert Pallot, president of the organization, has been assisted by Leo Robinson and Al Rosenfeld, as co-chairmen, in making arrangements for the benefit perforfance. proceeds from which are to be used In carrying on the work of the association. Walter Jacobs, member of the Board of Governors, has also been playing an active part In the affair as have Sam Seitlin, Larry Morris, Dr. Samuel Beckman, Al Berkowltz Harry Schwartz, Jules Wilson. Chester Alexander, Milton Friedman, Abe Goldman, E. M. Tietler, Irving Querido and Jack Abbott. i


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