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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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wJewisti Floridiai m
VOLUME II.NO. 3
TJhe Jewish HJnaty
*9
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1938
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
By LUDWIO LEWISOHN
The views expressed by Lud- o
wig Lewliohn In hie column ace
hie own and do not necessarily
reflect the policies or attitude of
our publication. Reproduction In
whole or In part strictly for-
bidden.
The admirable and indispensable
work done by the American Jewish
Congress in many fields culminates
for the moment in the investigation
concerning Jewish non-employment
completed by Rabbi J. X. Cohen
and briefly recorded by him togeth-
er with the methods of the Con-
gress for ameliorating existing con-
ditions in a pamphlet entitled
Jews, Jobs and Discrimination.
It is, of course, a matter of com-
mon knowledge that there exists
wide-spread discrimination against
Jews in nearly all fields of employ-
ment. Everyone knows and notes
how ccunbaratlvely Judenrein are
the great Utility companies, the
major banks, the railroads, the
chain stores, etc., etc. Who has
-ever met a Jewish teller In a
branch of a great bank or a Jewish
railroad conductor or a Jewish
manager of a chain store? But it
Is well to have these general nega-
tive impressions confirmed by facts
and figures and not to be assured
by Rabbi Cohen that the situation
Is, at least in spots, not blankly
hopeless but that the Congress by
delicate and sensible negotiations
has often been able to overcome
prejudice and, more especially, to
create jobs for Jews where the
prejudice and the resultant dis-
crimination were not active but
merely conventional and routine.
Nevertheless the facts are appal-
ling. There is no other expression.
The major employment agencies
hold it to be practically useless to
try to place young Jewish men and
women as such. Kindly officials
of these agencies often try and
sometimes succeeded in passing off
Jews as non-Jews and it takes no
very powerful imagination to re-
construct the moral suffering, the
corruption, the bitter precarious-
ness that attend this process. Rab-
bi Cohen's investigation of the en-
tire question of the Jewish white
collar worker may be said to emu-
late in his quotation of the re-
marks of the head of a big place-
ment bureau to the effect that
Jews must be classified as "mar
ginal workers" and of a corpora-
tion manager who declared that he
would not permit his organization
to "become polluted by the pres-
ence of circumcised Hebrews."
Before proceeding to Rabbi Co-
hen's discussion of Jews in the pro-
fessions let us get quite clear the
inner character and results of the
situation. For _here we have one
of the radical causes of the Jew's
position in the world. We are not
permitted to occi.py the mediocre
and inconspicuous economic: posi-
tions in society. We are forced to
strain ourselves to the utmost to
be independent in business or in
the professions. We are forced to
free-lance and so to hang out our
signs. We are forced by brutal
pressure Into consplcuousness and
are then blamed for being conspi-
cuous. And of this vicious circle
the most loathsome link is that of
the Jewish physician who says
there are too many Jewish physi-
cians and the Jewish lawyer who
says there are too many Jewish
lawyers. There are. Doubtless,
there are. But the reason is that
Jews are not permittedand now
we come to the professionsto be
chemists in corporation laboratories
and engineers of the great com-
panies or teachers in high schools
and colleges or consular officials
or an hundred other things in which
the young non-Jew, be he more or
less gifted and clever, can find a
secure and sane and inconspicuous
existence.
In the light of these facts our
difficulty In getting into those "free
professions that alone are left us
is all the more tragic. And how
relentlessly we are pushed into
the "free" professions is illustrated
by the most terrible and the most
shameful sentence in Rabbi Cohen's
report, which reads as follows: "A
survey of private educational in-
stitutions by a Christian investiga-
tor revealed that in schools that
are practically controlled by Jews
and largely attended by Jews, the
teaching staff Is usually Gentile."
Here we have, of course, as we
have in several other analogous
situations that last disgrace of the
self-imposed psychological ghetto
the self-hatred of the Jew. This
is part and parcel of the same la-
mentable phenomenon which meets
us in Rabbi Cohen's analysis of a
given edition of "Who's Who In
America. Of the 16,629 men and
women in Who's Who in America
who gave their religious affilia-
tions there were only 218 Jews.
But there were 615 Jewsa wretch-
ed showing, by the wayin that
edition of the well-known volume.
In other words only a little over
one third of the small group of
Jews prominent enough to be in-
cluded were willing to say that
minimum asked for by the editors
of Who's Who, namely, that the>
are of the Jewish faith.
Excellent and admirable is Rabb
Cohen's section on a program for
meeting discrimination and from his
modest and sober account it is easy
to see how wise and helpful is the
activlvity of the American Jewish
Congress in this respect. But I
would suggest that, while continu-
ing this activity with all possible
energy, the Congress do not neg-
lect the Jews afflicted with self-
hatred. How can we expect Chris-
tian schools to admit Jews to their
faculties when Jewish schools do
not do so, An eminent merchant
in the far Westto his shame and
my sorrowgave me the same
silly reasons for limiting the Jews
in liis employ that any vulgar anti-
Semite might give. I do not wish
to minimize the dangers and mis-
fortunes of our situation; I do not
wish to restrain but rather to ex-
tend all those efforts by means of
which kindly and just men among
our Christian fellow-citizens are
persuaded to adopt fairer and more
American policies in this crucial
matter. But I am sure that it is
one of our sternest duties by all
means in our power to discipline
those ashamed and shameful Jews
who by the evil example that they
set in school, in shop, in store, In
laboratory, on examination boards,
deepen and intensify the suffer-
ings of our Jewish youth and jeop-
ardize its future in this land.
JEWISH EMPLOYERS
WHO ABE AGAINST
JEWS GET WARNING
Pittsburgh, (WNS)Discrim-
ination by Jewish employers
against Jewish workers has
become so widespread that
the American Jewish Congress
Is preparing to ask them to
modify their policy and- If
they refuse "we will crush
them forever from the face of
Jewish life," Rabbi J. X. Cohen
of Nev York, chairman of the
American Jewish Congress' I
Commission on economic dis- j
crimination, declared in an J
address before the Pittsburgh I
division of the Congress, j
Warning that Jews must be- j
come "militant or perish,"
Rabbi Cohen charged that dis-
crimination against Jews in
New York City "is rampant."
He said the Congress is In-
vestigating hundreds of cor-
porations and warned that
American Jewry may have to
boycott corporations which bar
Jews from jobs.
Price Five Cents
Noted Rabbi To
Speak Monday
At a business meeting held at the
Beth David Talmuh Torah, last
Monday night, it was decided that
the Zionist District will sponsor
two cultural meetings in the next
few weeks in view of the outstand-
ing Zionist guests in our midst.
This coming Monday evening. Jan-
uary 31st at 8:15 a Zionist Cultural
meeting will be held at the Beth
Jacob Synagogue, Washington and
3rd, Miami Beach. Rabbi Max
Shapiro, president of the district,
Liberal Palestine
Policy Is Urged
United Campaign
To Open Sunday
The Miami Beach United Jewish
Campaign according to the chair-
man. Baron De Hirsch Meyer, "will
officially open with a meeting at
the Atlantis Hotel, 2655 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach, on Sunday
night, January 30th, at 8 p. m.
sharp. The principal address will
be made by Rabbi Philip S. Bern
stein, of Rochester, N. Y.
"Rabbi Bernstein," said chairman
Meyer, "recently returned from Eu
rope and Palestine and will speak
on 'How Shall the Jew Face the
World.'
"His keen analysis of world
events and understanding of the
relationship of world problems to
the Jewish question, make the ap-
pearance of Rabbi Bernstein an
unusual event in the annals of
Miami Beach Jewry.
"According to Rabbi Bernstein,
the channel of organized aid to
Jewish populations overseas is the
Joint Distribution Committc
which is the chief hope of millions
of oppressed and impoverished hu-
man beings. It is with deeds of
mercy and of reconstructive aid
and encouragement that the pres-
ent crisis must be faced. It is in
this spirit and with an appropriate
program, subject to the limitation
of the funds at its disposal, that
the Joint Distribution Coramitee is
working.
"The work the Joint Distribution
Committee does is more important
than its economic progress. Through
(Continued on Page Eight)
RABBI IRVING MILLER
will open the meeting and present
the chairman for the evening, Rab-
bi Moses Mescheloff. The visiting
guest speaker will be Rabbi Irving
Miller, a member of the Zionist
Executive Committee of America,
who attended the Zionist Conven-
tion held at Washington, D. C, last
week. Rabbi Miller will report on
the convention and depict accurate-
ly the condition of world Jewry.
Members and friends are invited
to attend. There will be no ad-
mission charge. Appropriate mus-
ical numbers will be chanted by
Cantor Maurice Mamches and a
well known accordionist will play.
The second cultural meeting will
take place Sunday evening, Febru-
ary 13th. The guest speaker will
be the Honorable Judge Morris
Rothenberg, former president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica.
JEWISH DOCTOB FINDS
NEW USE FOR VITAMIN B-l
Havana, (WNS) Injection of
vitamin B-l in synthetic form di-
rectly into the human spine has
been demonstrated to be valuable
in rejuvenation and in cases of
hopeless cancer, infantile paralysis
and a large number of different
types of nervous diseases, the Pan-
American Medical Association wa
told by Dr. Ellas Stern of New
York City, who developed the new
treatment.
WashingtonExpressing Ameri-
can Jewry's concern over new as-
saults upon Jews in Roumania,
Germany and Poland in recent
weeks, the National Conference
for Palestine which opened its
sessions last Saturday night at the
Mayflower Hotel addressed a plea
to Great Britain urging the full
implementation of the Mandate of
the League of Nations and the Bal-
four Declaration so that the doors
of Palestine may be opened to the
colonization of a maximum number
of oppressed Jews of Central and
Eastern European countries.
Speakers at the opening session
said that recent events in Rou-
mania, Germany and Poland, have
made it clear that the only major
solution of the problem of finding
new homes for Jews being driven
out of these lands by oppression is
to launch an unprecedented scale,
a colonization program in Pales-
tine which would permit the ad-
mission of hundreds of thousands
of persecuted Jews to European
lands.
More than 1500 representatives
of hundreds of Jewish communities
throughout the United States are
attending the Conference, which Is
the first American Jewish assembly
since the issuance of the British
Royal Commission Report recom-
mending partition as the only solu-
tion to the Arab-Jewish problem.
Since the advent of the Hitler
regime in 1933 and since the spread
of new oppression in Poland, Rou-
mania and other Central and East-
ern European lands, Palestine has
been the only center for mass Jew-
ish immigration, it was pointed
out by speakers who stressed the
fact that the extent of American
Jewish support could be the most
decisive factor In the Increase of
mass Jewish settlement in Pales-
tine.
Since 1933 Palestine absorbed
more than 175,000 Jews from Po-
land, Roumania and Germany and
other countries, it was stated at
the conference.
PBOPOSES B 0 ABD OF
STBATEGY TO FIGHT JEW
BAITING IN AMEBIOA
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.
New York, (WNS)Voicing un-
disguised concern over the spread
of anti-Semitism in the United
States, Dr. Charles S. MacFarland,
secretary emeritus of the Federal
Council of Churches of Christ in
America, proposed the establish-
ment of what he called a "board of
strategy" of leading organizations,
with Jews serving in a consultative
capacity, to stem racial and relig-
ious hostility in this country. He
made his suggestion at a dinner
given In his honor by the National
Committee for Religion and Wel-
fare Recovery. In advocating his
plan he warned that "racial hostil-
ity is the spearhead of something
bigger" and emphasized that "anti-
Semitism is not confined to Nazi
camps." He said "it has reached
our colleges and universities and
has affected students themselves.
The most regrettable fact Is that
discriminating 'documents' have
been issued in the name of Chris-
tianity and have come from Chris-
tian sources."


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Meeting To Be Held
The monthly meeting of the Nat-
ional Council of Jewish Juniors
k\\\ be held Tuesday evening, Feb.
ruary lit. at the Beth David Tal-
mud Torah. The guest speaker ot
the evening will be Dr. Rose Gros?.
Rhode scholarship student who is
~ a poetess and novelist and Miss
.* Edith Yadwin. Josephine Raxin will give severe
;iano selections,
and Mrs. Max Paul Barnett. chairman of th-j
. dacce to be held February 13 a:
rk Center, announces that
entire proceeds of this affair
will go towards the project of the
Junior Council which is the estab-
lishment o'. a Children's Charity
Clinic at the Alton Road Hospital.
The feature of the evening will be
bat selected floor show.
u may be procured from Mr.
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raber of his committee. The
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and Si-.: ley Stein.
MIAMI BEACH:
Rittcr's Hotel
La Flora Hotel
COLLINS AVE. AT THIRTEENTH
Where your every wish is our delight.
Home comfort and modern service,
combined with the finest cuisine .
DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED

Do You
Own
Your Home?
There never wai a better time
than row to build one
The Liberal Financing Through
Federal Housing
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help you to km the best poi-
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H. SIMONS
Care Aekerman Int. Agency
1015 Seybold Bldg.
Phone 2-3151
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Three
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Phone* 2-1141; 2-1183
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under the Act of March I. 1879.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1938
VOLUME II.NO. 3.
The Wrong Attitude
JEWISH NEWS
AROUND THE
WORLD
CURRENT ISSUE VOGUE
MAGAZINE REPRINTED
ELIMINATE WORD KIKE
New York, (WNS)Discovery of
the word "kike" in an artistic
border to illustrate an article in
the February issue of Vogue Mag-
azine caused the publishers to call
back 130,000 copies for removal of
the offensive word. The word ap-
peared in print almost too fine to
read in a drawn border for pictures
used to illustrate an article on
"The New Left Wing in New York
Society." The word appeared twice
once in a sentence reading "Mr. R.
Andrew (s) ball at the El Morocco
brought out all the dirty kikes in
town" and again in a telegram
reading: "Party Darling Love
Kike." Cecil Beaton, the artist
who drew the border, explained
that the use of the word kike was
an accident and that "I honestly
don't know how it all happened."
He said "if there is any venom in
my subconscious it is not due
to anti-Semitism. I have many
THE SPECTRE OF POLITICS
Once again the ugly spectre of politics faces us in this area. Once
again whether imbued by motives of perferment or otherwise, indivi-
duals who should know better are forming a Jewish Political organiza-
tion In this area. A meeting of Jewish business men, to whom we do
not want to attribute sordid motives, but who we do believe are mis-
guided, was held last week at the Y. M. H. A. Another meeting will be
held soon.
May we respectfully suggest to all these men if they really want to
accomplish something good for the Jews of this area, for the entire
citizenry then let them join one of the many splendid organizations
that now exist. There are the Synagogues, the Jewish Welfare Bureau,
the B'nai B'rith and kindred organizations. A great majority of those
who were invited to this meeting (and to our regret the list did not
include a single man who has already given service to the community.)
have never done a bit of communal work here in Miami. Many of
them do not contribute a penny to anything worthwhile.
May we, in all sincerity, suggest.....forget Jewish political
alignments. Jews have In the past, they will now, and forever in the
future, continue to exercise their right of suffrage at the polls not ONE
BODY OF CONTROLLED THOUGHTS, but as individuals imbued with
the desire to do the most for their city, county, state and country.
Let not the ugly spectre of politics besmirch the name of the Jewish
people in this area.
We wonder if our Jewish people will ever learn that there
is such a thing as serving strange Gods.....we wonder if
they will ever learn that they owe themselves a duty first and
then perhaps a duty to others.....we wonder if they will: friends who arV'jewV n-eat friend's
ever realize that it is unfair to sacrifice one's own to further and I am violently anti-Hitler."
a strange cause .... and above all, we wonder if those serving' "eaton said he knew the word
strange and foreign Gods will come to a realization that telling
half truths is worse than telling falsehoods......
During the past several weeks the ugly charges of an anti-
Jewish policy has been made by Jewish boys seeking positions
as hotel help against the owners, managers and operators of
Jewish owned and Jewish catering hotels at Miami Beach. .
it is true that these hotel owners, one hundred of them, failed
to attend a meeting to which they were invited by the local
B 'nai B 'rith anti-Defamation committee to discuss these charges
with them in an amicable manner.....it is true that some
of them assumed an attitude that it's not the business of'the
B'nai B'rith to inquire into their policy.....even though
the B 'nai B 'rith was motivated simply by the desire to help all
parties and even though the B'nai B'rith has steadfastly pur-
sued the policy of shunning publicity in matters of this kind. .
Yet it is unfair to the Jewish people, to their safety and
welfare in this community for so called friends of Democracy
.....to urge these boys to acts of violence.....to advise
the distribution of inflamatory literature and to suggest other
acts which are unbecoming Jews and Americans.....there
is a sane and safe way to accomplish things.....if the policy
of anti-Semitism does exist in the Jewish hotels.....and it
undoubtedly does in some hotels.....then no acts of vio-
lence, no distribution of literature, no Communistic fireworks
will accomplish the desired results.
The only half-true story published in the New Masses will
certainly do no good, either to the boys or the hotels.....
it will and already has caused a reaction among the non-Jewish
people of this community that if anything will tend to cause
anti-Somitism.....Mr. Gessner, his friends of Democracy,
the local Communist organization and all the rest of the gentle-
men and ladies who apparently have had for their purposes,
not the elimination of an evil practice but.....a stirring up
of passions, the engendering of ill feeling.....have by their
uncalled for publicity now created a condition which, if any-
thing, will hinder such negotiations as have been and are now
being conducted to eliminate the condition where it does exist.
So that the injustice done to some of the hotels may be
somewhat corrected, and we do not for a moment approve their
ignoral of the B'nai B'rith, may we report.....The Tides
Hotel, upon investigation, has proven that the major portion of
their help are Jewish.....that the affidavit against them
which is rather vague and inadequate is but a figment of
someone's imagination......the story about the Majestic
Employment Association and Rabbi Mescheloff is absolutely un-
founded and untrue.....
Perhaps we may suggest to Mr Gessner that if he permitted
those who have some sense of responsibility to the community,
who are not imbued with ideals of strange Gods.....who
have a loyalty to things Jewish.....who are not swayed by
strange passions.....if he would permit our own Jewish
leaders in this area to do things in their own quiet and yet ef-
fective way, without blatant publicity and yellow journalism
.....then and then alone would the evils he complains of be
eliminated.
We submit that Mr. Gessner and his adherents are assuming
the wrong attitude.......
kike had something to do with
Jews, but didn't know its conno-
tation. "Kike is a word I don't
use," he said. Conde Nast, pub-
lisher of Vogue said he didn't know
the word kike appeared in the bor-
der and would have discarded the
entire illustration had he been ad-
vised of it before.
"Of this issue of Vogue 280,000
copies were printed." he said, "and
150,000 had been shipped before
I knew of these lines. Of hte 130,-
000 not yet shipped, the pages re-
ferred to have been reprinted with
the objectionable lines striken out."
The offensive word does not ap-
pear in type but in small lettering
in a drawing. The article itself
contaiDs nothing, Mr. Nast said,
"which could possibly have given
the illustrator any motive for the
lettering appearing in the draw-
ing."
Artist Who Attacked Jews Resigns
Cecil Beaton, noted English pho-
tographer and illustrator, has re-
signed from the staff of Vogue
Magazine after apologizing for an
artistic border he drew in the Feb-
ruary issue which contained micro-
scopic lettering including offensive
references to Jews. Beaton apolo-
gized to Conde Nast, publisher of
the magazine, and then resigned.
He said the drawing was the result
of an "utterly thoughtless and ir-
responsible abberation of my artis-
tic temperament.' In accepting
Beaton's resignation, Nast declared
"my magazines have been free of
attacks on race and creed and I
am determined that they must re-
main free from such attacks,
whether committed wittingly or un-
wittingly."
ORAYNOO
"OUR LIGHT"
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
1012 HARWELL STREET
ORLANDO, FLA.
By DORIS SIDNEY HELLER
Friday Evening Services
Services will be held at eight
p. m., Friday evening. For the
first time Rabbi Skop will review
a book at Friday night services; it
will be "The Buried Candelabrum''
by Stefan Zweig.
Bar Mitzvah
The Jewish community wishes to
take this opportunity of sincerely
congratulating Mr. and Mrs. M.
president. Further details will be
announced immediately after next
week's meeting, which will be held
Wednesday evening at S p. m. The
discussion for next week will be,
"What was Resi>onsible for Re-
formed Judaism?" All young peo-
ple in and around the community
are cordially invited to attend the
Youth Forum meetings.
B'nai B'rith
At the last regular meeting of
Bornstein of Clermont upon the the local B'nai B'rith chapter, the
Bar Mitzvas of their son. The following officers were elected for
Rabbi and the Bar Mitzvah candi- the year 1938: President, Mr. Bar-
date will speak on Saturday morn- ney J. Cohen; Vice-President, Mr.
ing at eight a. m.
Tenth Annual Banquet
Nat Berman; Monitor, Judge Hy.
Roth; Assistant Monitor, Martin
This coming Sunday evening, Siegel; Treasurer, Mr. Pastor; Sec
January 30, at 6:15 p. m., the Tenth retary, Samuel Zegorian and War
Annual Installation of Officers and den, Dr. JoBeph Seltzer.
Congregational Banquet will take
place in the social hall and vestry
"MARCH OF TIME"
TO BE DISCUSSED
The secret organization of a
standing army of Nazi sympathiz-
ers larger than that of the United
States as depicted in the "March
of Time" currently playing at Mia-
mi theatres will be discussed at
the next meeting of the American
Civic Forum, next Thursday even-
ing at 9 p. m. at the Southern Cafe-
teria, Miami Beach.
The speaker will be Mr. Harry
Miller, well known lecturer and
writer and chairman of the Amer-
ican Youth Forum.
The American Civic Forum, a
rooms of the Synagogue. A chick-
en dinner will be served under the
direction of Mrs. Ben Solomon and
her committee of the Ladies Auxi-1
liary of Congregation Ohev Sholam. |
A very rich program of short
speeches and music will be present-
ed under the direction of Mr. Sol
Wittenstein and Mr. Martin Sel-
gel. Rabbi Skop will review the
work in the community thus far
and present some plans to be util-
ized for the rest of the year. A
special table will be reserved for
the young people of the Youth
Forum, the Junior League and the
One-O-One Club. Every Jew is
urged to be present at this annual
affair to lend a hand and carry his
burden as a member of the Jewish
community.
Synagogue Office
Under the chairmanship of Mrs
Joseph K. Wolf and a most co-op-
erative committee of the Ladies
Auxiliary, a Synagogue office and
study for the Rabbi is being fur-
nished and arranged most taste-
fully. Commencing February 1st,
the Rabbi's office hours at the San-
agogue will be as follows: 10 to
12 every day except Saturday, and
every afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock,
except Friday, Saturday and Sun-
day.
Youth Forum
Detailed plans are being formu-
Confirmation Class
The Rabbi will distribute text
material to the members of the
Confirmation Class next Wednes-
day afternoon at 4 p. m. Each pu-
pil is reminded to bring a Hebrew
or English Bible to class. The
Rabbi will continue reading a story
from famous Jewish literature be-
fore the class officially starts.
Junior League
At the last meeting of the Junior
League Class, text books were se-
lected. "The Story of the Jew by
Levinger," was one of the selec-
tions. Next week's discussion will
be directed by Mrs. Jack Hoffman,
on "Jewish Customs and Ceremon-
ies."
town hall of public opinion Invites
everyone to attend Its free meeting lated for the first annual Valentine
~m o-.piy Th"'-'->v evening at Dance to be held in February by
the Southern Cafeteria on the the Youth Forum under the able
Bo-oh. chairmanship of Mr. Milt Nadler, |
Teacher's Meeting
Next Teacher's Meeting will be
held Tuesday evening at 8 p. m., at
the Synagogue, and the assembly
programs for the month of Febru-
ary will be arranged and planned.
Program For Banquet
The following is the program to
be given at the Tenth Annual Ban-
quet:
1.Invocation by the Rabbi. 2
Opening song, Hatikvah. 3Intro-
duction of Visitors. 4Address by
Rabbi \yittenstein. 6Violin solo
by Mr. Morris Gordon accompanied
on the piano by Miss Elaine Klep-
per. 6Installation of Officers,
Mr. Sol Wittenstein. 7Main Ad-
dress. Rabbi Morris A. Skop. 8
Address byJudge Hy Roth. 9Ad-
dress by Mr. Lou Wolly.
Benefit Party For the Sisterhood
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1988
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
of MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th 8treet
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D.
6996 Albaeore Drive6-1265
MIAMI BEACH
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31 it St.2-9648
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
This Friday night, January 28
1938, regular services will be held
at Temple Israel at 8:15 p. m. Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan will speak on the
weekly portion In his sermon en-
titled "A Bribe Blinds the Open
Eyed." The services will be con-
ducted by Rabbi A. Zwltman.
The Temple Israel choir, under
the direction of Mrs. Hannah Ash-
er, organist, will render the music-
al responses.
A reception for guests and mem-
bers will take place after the ser-
vices, with members of the Sister-
hood acting as hostesses. Mrs.
Jack Bernstein, the Sisterhood
chairman of the Sabbath Eve Re-
ceptions, announces that last week
Mrs. M. L. Marcus, Mrs. Chas.
Greenfield, Mrs. B. W. Slote, Mrs.
J. Oren, Mrs. S. Simonhoff, Mrs.
Maxwell Hyman, Mrs. Herman
Stern and Mrs. Isaac Levin acted
as hostesses.
Temple Israel Dinner Dance
Promising that they will put on
the outstanding affair of the year
In Greater Miami, the Temple Is-
rael Entertainment Committee, an-
nounced at a special meeting this
week, that they have already re-
ceived acceptances to Invitations
from three outstanding stars in the
country. The names are not for
publication since the committee
wishes to surprise the guests who
will be fortunate enough to avail
themselves of reservations for the
annual Temple Dinner Dance,
which will be held on February 9,
1938, at 8:00 p. m., at the McFad-
den-Deauville.
Weather permitting (and we are
sufficient boosters of Miami to
predict a perfectly moonlight night
for February 9th) the dancing will
take place in the patio under the
open sky. A specially selected:
dinner will be served to our guests
and friends, and everybody who is (
anybody in the Temple will be pres-
ent, with their friends.
Over 200 reservations have al-
ready been received, and we can
still accommodate you and your
friends if you will call 2-7746 ,or
send in a check covering the price
of the number of tickets that you
desire. The all-inclusive tariff for
the evening is $5.00 per person.
Will we see you there? Please
call us and let us know!
Religious School
High School Assembly
"The Partition of Palestine" was
the subject which was discussed
last Sunday morning in the high
school assembly by Dorothy Ann
Levin, who spoke against Partition,
and Marcia Kohl, who spoke for
Partition. With Modification, and
Marjorie Relchenbach who gave a
summation of the present problem.
Ruth Baskln conducted the services
for the assembly, which was undor
the direction of Rabbi Zwitman.
Intermediate Assembly
The birthdays of Barbara Frum-
kes, Melvln Frumkes, Jerry Land-
field and Gerald Simon were cele-
brated. The services were read by
Pearl Sapero, Babette Wolfe, Rl'-h-
ard Fink and Joe Gassenheimer.
Barbara Gofdon spoke on the sig-
nificance of the Sabbath. The as-
sembly was under the direction of
Dr. Kaplan.
Radio Programs
The Rabbinical Association pre-
sents the Jewish Hour over station
WIOD every Sunday afternoon at
3:30 p. m. Listen in to their pro-
gram. This Sunday afternoon Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman will continue their ser-
ies of discussions on Jewish theo-
logy in a talk entitled "What We
Believe."
Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Simon an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah celebration
of their son, Gerald, at the Satur
day morning services of Temple
Israel, Saturday, January 29, 1938
at 11:00 a. m.
A reception tendered by the par-
ents to relatives and friends of the
family will be held after the ser-
vices In Kaplan Hall.
Yahrzelts
Anna Bernstein, mother of Jack
Bernstein; Charles K.Wagner, hus.
band of Mrs. R. Wagner.
Names of recently departed: Bar
ney Newman, father of Myron New
man; Benjamin Wertheimer, broth-
er of Adolph Wertheimer.
TTtlumL
By LEW 8AFAN
It's me again, and so I'm back
again letting each and everyone of
you readers know all about our
Y. M. H. A.
And the beginning is, Zul Zlne
Mit glick, from the "Y" to Nick
for this swell Irishman did his
share in making our affair the
greatest affair ever presented by
our "Y," to say that it was suc-
cessful would be putting it mildly
for the fact that every seat was
taken is testimonial enough, and
so we'll bid, Big Hearted Nick
Kenny goodbye until next year.
To Leo Robinson and Al Rosen-
feld, the tops in everything, for
it was these two men that did so
much In making this affair the
grand success it was.
To Walter "Alamac" Jacobs, Dr.
"Morris Brothers" Goodman, Larry
"Cinema Casino" Morris, Red "Cin-
ema Publicity Head" Redman, E.
Albert "Barrister" Pallot, Sam "I
Insure" Seitlin and Doctor Samuel
"Rubemddwn" Beckman, a million
successful years for their efforts
in the "Y" behalf.
To Flfl Dorsay my most sincere
love for kissing I. Mintzer, he In
turn should donate a million dollars
for the benefit he reaped.
To Harry Rlchman goes the
plaudits of everyone that saw him,'
for he was tops in his lnimatable
manner.
To the Bagdad, our everlasting;
for Harvey Bell, who through the
coaching of Tom Williams, was|
successful In making his spot the'
tops in performance, for it was his
rendition of "My Yiddish Momma" I
and "Bie Mir Blst Du Shane" thati
brought down the house. It seems
indeed strange that this Italian-
Frenchman, should be capable of
rendering our own Yiddish songs
in a manner so Jewish that he for
the moment was one of us. And
we hear that Harvey is being
coached in the one song, I person-
ally would want to hear more than
any other. Kol Nidray.
Among the other stars that ap-
peared on our program were: Ben-
ny Goodman, Roscoe Ates Ra-
mon and Renita, Mark Plant, Joe
Lewis, at the present time these
are the only stars that I remember,
but there were many of them and
they deserve our every thanks for
their untiring efforts in behalf ot
a worthwhile charitable organiza-
tion.
We saved Bubbles Becker for
last, for It was this versatile or-
chestra leader and his entire band,
that aided in making the show the
success it was. Bubbles played
his show throughout the day and
eve, making tour shows for the
Cinema, but Bubbles said that It
there was going to be a show, he
was going to play It, and play it
he did, and his performance was
one that gained the applause of
everyone present. We are sure
that Bubbles will not be forgotten.
To Harry Schwartz a special
Miami Moon for his marvelous sug-
gestions on the floodlights and
pictures.
The "Y" is making plans to se-
lect the outstanding Jewish citizen
of this community and to honor
said gentleman by a testimonial
dinner In his behalf, there is no
question In my mind as to who
deserves this honorable rating, but
will refrain from naming my se-
lection until such time as the or-
ganization advises me as to who.
whom and why.
If you yourself have a selection
or a suggestion don't keep it secret,
drop us a line and offer it, it will
be taken into consideration.
I'll say goodbye until the next
time.
Junior Division Plans Activities
The Junior division of the "Y"
will hold a "Moonlight Dance" on
February 6th at the "Y" clubrooms
It was announced by Miss Thelma
Groper, dance chairman. This
dance will be featured by the "No
Date" affair and admission will be
day evening seminar discussions,
with an outstanding leader to start
off the evening's program.
Mrs. Holzman is conferring with
outstanding leaders in the various
fields of current world affairs and
hopes to make as the major note
and thesis ot the season's adult
educational program, the discussion
of world problems and its relation
to the Jewish problem in particu-
lar.
The Hotel Evans is sponsoring
iliis series which will be open to
visitors and Miamians without
charge.
Mrs. Holzman has proffered hor
services for the reason, as she puts
It, to her humble way of thinking,
it is the pure adult mind that can
Interpret the solution of world af-
35c per person. All boys and BirlB'falrB by open dl8CU88lon8 whlch aro
are cordially invited to attend as 18pontaneoU8. Mr8. Holzman will
a pleasant evening will be enjoyed. | COJJduct these Qpen forum8
Miss Mildred Berkowitz, member-
ship chairman, announced that a
picnic will be held on February 13
at Greynold's Park. Transportation \
will be provided those wishing to
attend and the truck will leave the
"Y" at 10 o'clock sharp. All mem-
bers and friends are urged to at-
tend.
The regular meeting of the Ju-
nior division is held every Monday
evening and all boys and girls are
invited to attend.
REVIEWS ON OLD AGE
ASSISTANCE GRANTS
HOTEL SPONSORS OPEN FORUM
Every six months the cases of
those people who are receiving old
age assistance are reviewed, ac-
cording to Mrs. Bernard Simon,
publicity chairman of the District
Welfare Board. This is a require-
ment of the Federal Social Security
Board. These reviews are made in
order to obtain facts about any
change in the family situation
which has occurred since the time
the original grant was allowed.
Any requests concerning changes
in the grants can be discussed
Because of the unique opportu-
nity of having as a guest, Mrs. Au-
gusta Schon Holzman. of Broikline,
Mass.. President of the New Eng-i
land Council of Catholics, Protest! with the welfare worker when the
ants and Jews, also president of the periodic reviews are made. When
Breakfast Forum committee for
Adult Education, the Hotel Evans
has now initiated a series of Tues-
the reviews are completed, they
are presented to the District Board
for reapproval.
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THE JEWI8H FL0R1DIAN
Page Seven
Jewish Leaders Attend Committee Meeting
Banquet to be Held
With Rabbi Barnett Brickner, of
Cleveland, Ohio, and Rabbi Philip
S. Bernstein, of Rochester, N. Y.,
as the guest speakers, Miami will
be given a vivid word picture of
conditions affecting Jewry through-
out the entire world at a banquet
to be given under the auspices of
the United Jewish Appeal of Miami
at the Alcazar Hotel next Wednes-
day night, February 2.
Invitations have been sent io
about 500 Jewish residents of this
area who have been asked to ad-
vise the committee headed by Jos-
eph M. Lipton prominent communal
worker and president of the Dade
Federal Building and Savings As-
sociation as to whether or not they
will attend. Those invited are
urged to make reservations for
their friends. There will be no
charge for the dinner.
Rabbi Brickner is known as one
of the most famous orators and au-
thorities on Jewish affairs in the
world anil has addressed thousands
of audiences during his long ser-
vice in the Rabbinate. Rabbi Bern-
stein remained over for the ban-
quet at the insistence of the com-
mittee.
Left to Right: Carl J. Austrian, New York; Sol M. Stroud, chairman of the erecutive comrtlttee; William B. Thalhimer, Richmond,
Va.; Jamei N. Rosenberg, New York; and George Z. Medalie, New York, who were among the prominent Jewish leaders attending
the 81st annual meeting of the American Jewish Committee In New York last week.
ORLANDO NEWS
(Continued from Page 3)
The Temple Sisterhood benefit
bridge and supper was held Sunday
evening at the home of Mrs. Max
Blattner, who has always been a
very capable and sincere worker
for her organization. On Mrs.
Blattner's committee, acting as
hostesses were, Mrs. Sol Wltten-
stein, Mrs. David Hillman, Mrs. Si-
mon Lehman, Mrs. J. Schiff and
Mrs. Meyerson. The affair was a
huge success as everyone admitted.
There were close to one hundred
people present, all of whom were
very comfortable, and many various
card games were played. Mrs.
Blattner served very delicious
strawberry shortcake and coffee to
all guests, and not only was the
affair successful socially, but also
flnancialy.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gaeser, of
Charleston, S. C, arrived Sunday
to spend several days with Mrs.
Oaeser's uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. L. Kaminoff.
Mrs. A. F. Stone, of New York
City and Orlando, arrived Sunday
and is staying at her winter home.
Pine Acres, on the Conway Road.
Mrs. Nettie Cohen, also of New
York, is staying at the home of
Mrs. Stone, also Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer, of that city.
to Orlando for his annual winter
stay.
..Mrs. Henry Roff, of Long Island,
N. Y, and sister of Sol Witten-
steln, of this city Is visiting her
parents In Orlando.
Mr. Ansel Wittenstein is being
sent to DeLand to represent the
Orlando High School in a debate.
Mr. Phil Opper has arrived In
Orlando from Cleveland, Ohio, to
visit his parents.
Miss Mini Horowitz, of Chicka-
dee, Mass., Is visiting at the home
of Mrs. L. Bonlme, her sister.
Mrs. J. Sherzer and daughter and
son, Helen Jean, and Murray,
are visiting their cousins, the Ot-
tenbergs, and expect to stay for
the rest of the winter.
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Miami, Fla., Jan. 14th. 1938.
As required by Section 12, Chapter 5596, of the Acts of 1907, I, or one of my deputies shall be
at the following places on the dates set opposite each for the purpose of receiving Tax Returns
for the year 1938:
Ojus..........................Feb. 14, 1938 9:00 A.M. School House
North Miami Beach ..........Feb. 14, 1938 10:00 A. M. Town Hall
Uleta .........................Feb. 14, 1938 11:00 A. M. Post Office
North Miami ................Feb. 14, 1938 1:00 P.M. Town Hall
Biscayne Park .................Feb. 14, 1938 2:00 P. M. Town Hall
Miami Shores Village ........Feb. 14, 1938 3:00 P. M. Town Hall
Little River ...................Feb. 14, 1938 4:00 P. M. Mooney's Real Estate Office
Hialeah .....................Feb. 15, 1938 9:00 A.M. City Hall
Miami Springs ..............Feb. 15, 1938 10:00 A. M. First State Bank Building
Opa-Locka................... Feb. 15, 1938 11:00 A.M. Town Hall
Lemon City ...................Feb. 15, 1938 1:00 P. M. Miami Edison School
Allapattah ...................Feb. 15, 1938 2:00 P. M. Andrew. Jackson School
Miami Beach..................Feb. 15, 1938 1:00 P. M. City Hall
Surfslde .....................Feb. 15, 1938 3:00 P.M. City Hall
1918 Red Road .................Feb. 16, 1938 9:00 A. M. Jones' Grocery Store
Coral Gables ..................Feb. 16, 1938 10:00 A.M. City Hall
2900 Tamlami Trail ..........Feb. 16, 1938 11:00 A.M. Meggs' Department Store
Cocoanut Grove..............Feb. 16, 1938 1:00 P. M. City Hall
South Miami .................Feb. 16, 1938 9:00 A. M. Town Hall
Kendall .....................Feb. 16, 1938 10:00 A.M. D. B. Dice Packing House
Perrine.......................Feb. 16, 1938 11:00 A.M. Barfield's Store
Goulds ......................Feb. 16, 1938 1:00 P. M. Gould's Growers, Inc.
Silver Palm .................Feb. 16, 1938 3:00 P. M. Anderson Filling Station
Princeton .....................Feb. 17, 1938 10:00 A. M. J. B. Cash Store
Red I and .....................Feb. 17, 1938 11:00 A.M. Woman's Club
Florida City .................Feb. 17, 1938 1:00 P.M. Town Hall
Homestead ....................Feb. 17, 1938 2:00 P. M. City Hall
MIAMI ......................Jan. 3,1938 8:00 A.M.
through April 1, 19S8 5:00 P.M. 513-516 Court House
I also wish to remind the Tax Payers that It will be necessary to file their applications for
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION with the State and County and City in which the property Is
located each year between January 1st and April 1st, or said examination cannot be qranted
by said Tax Assessors. Therefore, we will receive applications while we are visiting the
preclncKs. and will also furnish receipts which should be obtained or books checked prior to
meeting of Board of Equalization to ascertain whether or not application has been allowed.
Intangible Returns should also ba filed by those owning securities and who are legal residents
of this State; otherwise they would be supject to the assessment of this office under the pro-
visions of the Intangible Act of 1931.
Very respectfully,
J. N. LUMMUS, JR.
ASSESSOR OF TAXES, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 193,
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
326 Jefferson Avenue
'Phone 6-1328
MAURICE Q. MAMCHES, Cantor
726 Meridian Avenue
Phone 6-2013
Synagogue Services
Daily at 7 and 8 a. 111 ; at 5:30
p. m. Friday evening at 5:30 and
8:15; Saturday morning at 7 and 9,
Late Friday Evening Service
This Friday night at 815 Rabbi
Mescheloff will si>eak on the sub-
ject: "Equity." Cantor Manicbea
will assist in the service. Every-
one is invited.
Saturday morning Rabbi Meschel
off will speak on "Minority Right."
He will also speak in Yiddish at
Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday between
Mincha and Maariv.
Hebrew School
A new beginners class is being
formed. Parests are asked to reg-
ister their youngsters any day from
4 to 5 p. m. Sunday School ses-
sions are held from 10 to 12. As-
sembly open to visitors from 11:30
to 12:00.
Young Men's mlnyan at 9:00 a.
m. Sunday follewed by breakfast.
Last week's cantors: Arthur Book-
binder anl Seymor Cohen. Hos-
tesses: Mrs. S. Silberg and Mrs. S.
Tobin. All boys are welcome.
Wednesday Night Lecture
Rabbi Mescheloff will continue
his series of lectures on "The Rea-
son Behind Jewish Laws and Cus-
toms" at 8:30 p. m., Wednesday.
This is open to all men and wo
men.
United Campaign
To Open Sunday
(Continued from Page One)
the network of its free loan insti-
tutions and of the co-operative loan
societies maintained by its affil-
iate, the American Joint Recon-
struction Foundation, not less than
one-third of the more than three
million Jews in Poland are enabled
to continue in their struggle for
life. Moreover, they are helped to flve times what
train themselves for every form of
manual and productive labor.
While we clearly recognize that
medical science must be given the
sick, that hundreds of hospitals,
orphanages, schools, child feeding
stations, summer camps for child-
ren, and other vital community
enterprises must be sustained, we
keep in mind always that the basis
of our work must be to help people
stand on their own feet, to main-
tain themselves against all odds.
In this sense we are vindicating
the American idea even in regions
where much hostility to it exists.
"Wherever emigration is possible
as an alleviation of the tragic sit-
uation of the Jews, as in Germany
and in other countries, our help
assists the special emigration or-
ganizations to carry on their work.
"Some idea of the tremendous
scale on which the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee work Is carried on,
may be gathered from the fact that
last year with its aid, almost 7500
children were sent to summer col-
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economic reconstructive work car-
ried on in 100 Polish cities and
towns has aided between 8,000 and
10,000 adults during the past year
and that the Joint Distribution
Committee is aiding refugee work
in France, Holland, Czecho-Slova-
kia and elsewhere with an estimat-
ed total of 25,000 Jewish refugees
spread throughout Europe.
"The Joint Distribution Commit-
tee could well and profitably spend
it has given each
year for its work is not charity
merely. Us expenditures make the
difference between the survival
PROGRAM FOR AID OF
BLIND IS ANNOUNCED
The Aid to the Blind Program is
well under way in Dade County,
according to Mrs. Bernard Simon,
Publicity Chairman for the District
Welfare Board. The local Welfare
office has on hand 40 applications,
which are in the process of inves-
tigation.
Doctors Basconi Palmer, R. E.
Repass, R. M. Faver and C. P. Dul-
lard have been appointed as the
examining opthlmologists for Dade
County under the Florida plan,
which is approved by the
Social Security Board.
The blind applicants are referred
to the opthalmologists by the
State Welfare Board after their
need, residence and age have been
determined by that agency. The
Welfare office at 31 N. E. First
Street is open from 9:00 until 5:00
daily, except Saturdays, for taking
applications for aid to the Blind,
as well as Old Age Assistance.
TOMORROW'S
BREAD
BY BEATRICE BISNO
(Wlrer of the Jewish Publication
Society's Edwin Wolf Prize
Novel Contest
and the destruction of Jewish com-
munity life in many places. It Is
building for the future with the
hope and faith that present anar-
chy and turmoil which afflicts so
many millions of Jews constitutes
a passing phase in the world's his-
tory.
"The meeting which Rabbi Bern-
stein will address is open to the
public. Admission is free and ev-
erybody is welcome," concluded
Baron De Hirsch Meyer, the chair-
man.
With the sweatshops of Chicago
and New York for background,
Beatrice Bisno has opened up one
of the epic romances behind pow-
erful immigrant labor in America
a gripping and palpitating human
interest story. The strugles of
these aliens to get a foothold In
America constitutes a sort of folk-
lore of an ancient race in a modern
setting.
"If it takes nine tailors to make
a man, it has taken an entire In-
dustry to make an American wo-
man. This is the story of the
needle and the industry it created.
These humble tailors constitute a
brllilant motif in the complicated!
fabric of American life, and pos-
sess the same literary significance |
as the wheat farmers of the Middle,
West, the share croppers of thej
Deep South, or the shop girls and
their bosses in the East."
Dorothy Canfield Fisher, one of
the judges of the Edwin Wolf Prize
Novel Contest, says of this novel:
"A searchingly realistic portrait of
an idealist. What an idealist does
to the world, and what the world
does to an Idealist is here set down
with rough power and sincerity."
Tomorrow's Bread has been de-
scribed as "A Breughel palntint
with its large canvas peopled with
many colorful types." Labor nor.
els, for the most part, are crammed
with strikes, lockouts, banner rail,
ings, union meetings. In Tomor-
row's Bread, propaganda g|ve,
way to characterisation, and lab.
or's story is told in terms of real-
istic characters. Its appeal is uni-
versal.
"Tomorrow's Bread (336 pages)
retails for $2.50, and is available
as one of the three books which
members of the Jewish Publication
Society of America receive annual-
ly for the membership dues, which
are available for as low as $5.00
per year. Full details on the mem-
bership plan and interesting liter-
ature on the work of the Society
can be secured by writing to the
Executive Secretary, Maurice Jac-
obs, 225 South 15th Street, Phila-
delphia.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Second Avenu. Phone* 2-1141; 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Muunt Eatorad • eond clan mitur July 19S0. at the I'd Offiea at Miami. Florida. under the Act of March I. 1879. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Kaprraenlativa WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK RcpraaenfcatiY* ORLANDO DORIS B. HELLER Representative TAMPA MRS. JAY MARKOW1TZ Hepretentative SUBSCRIPTION Biz llonthe.. One Yamr .11. o* It oa FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1938 VOLUME II.—NO. 3. The Wrong Attitude JEWISH NEWS AROUND THE WORLD CURRENT ISSUE VOGUE MAGAZINE REPRINTED ELIMINATE WORD KIKE New York, (WNS)—Discovery of the word "kike" in an artistic border to illustrate an article in the February issue of Vogue Magazine caused the publishers to call back 130,000 copies for removal of the offensive word. The word appeared in print almost too fine to read in a drawn border for pictures used to illustrate an article on "The New Left Wing in New York Society." The word appeared twice once in a sentence reading "Mr. R. Andrew (s) ball at the El Morocco brought out all the dirty kikes in town" and again in a telegram reading: "Party Darling Love Kike." Cecil Beaton, the artist who drew the border, explained that the use of the word kike was an accident and that "I honestly don't know how it all happened." He said "if there is any venom in my subconscious it is not due to anti-Semitism. I have many THE SPECTRE OF POLITICS Once again the ugly spectre of politics faces us in this area. Once again whether imbued by motives of perferment or otherwise, individuals who should know better are forming a Jewish Political organization In this area. A meeting of Jewish business men, to whom we do not want to attribute sordid motives, but who we do believe are misguided, was held last week at the Y. M. H. A. Another meeting will be held soon. May we respectfully suggest to all these men if they really want to accomplish something good for the Jews of this area, for the entire citizenry then let them join one of the many splendid organizations that now exist. There are the Synagogues, the Jewish Welfare Bureau, the B'nai B'rith and kindred organizations. A great majority of those who were invited to this meeting (and to our regret the list did not include a single man who has already given service to the community.) have never done a bit of communal work here in Miami. Many of them do not contribute a penny to anything worthwhile. May we, in all sincerity, suggest f orget Jewish political alignments. Jews have In the past, they will now, and forever in the future, continue to exercise their right of suffrage at the polls not ONE BODY OF CONTROLLED THOUGHTS, but as individuals imbued with the desire to do the most for their city, county, state and country. Let not the ugly spectre of politics besmirch the name of the Jewish people in this area. We wonder if our Jewish people will ever learn that there is such a thing as serving strange Gods w e wonder if they will ever learn that they owe themselves a duty first and then perhaps a duty to others w e wonder if they will : friends who arV'jewV n-eat friend's ever realize that it is unfair to sacrifice one's own to further and I am violently anti-Hitler." a strange cause .... and above all, we wonder if those serving' "eaton said he knew the word strange and foreign Gods will come to a realization that telling half truths is worse than telling falsehoods During the past several weeks the ugly charges of an antiJewish policy has been made by Jewish boys seeking positions as hotel help against the owners, managers and operators of Jewish owned and Jewish catering hotels at Miami Beach. it is true that these hotel owners, one hundred of them, failed to attend a meeting to which they were invited by the local B 'nai B 'rith anti-Defamation committee to discuss these charges with them in an amicable manner i t is true that some of them assumed an attitude that it's not the business of'the B'nai B'rith to inquire into their policy e ven though the B 'nai B 'rith was motivated simply by the desire to help all parties and even though the B'nai B'rith has steadfastly pursued the policy of shunning publicity in matters of this kind. Yet it is unfair to the Jewish people, to their safety and welfare in this community for so called friends of Democracy to urge these boys to acts of violence t o advise the distribution of inflamatory literature and to suggest other acts which are unbecoming Jews and Americans t here is a sane and safe way to accomplish things i f the policy of anti-Semitism does exist in the Jewish hotels a nd it undoubtedly does in some hotels t hen no acts of violence, no distribution of literature, no Communistic fireworks will accomplish the desired results. The only half-true story published in the New Masses will certainly do no good, either to the boys or the hotels it will and already has caused a reaction among the non-Jewish people of this community that if anything will tend to cause anti-Somitism M r. Gessner, his friends of Democracy, the local Communist organization and all the rest of the gentlemen and ladies who apparently have had for their purposes, not the elimination of an evil practice but a stirring up of passions, the engendering of ill feeling h ave by their uncalled for publicity now created a condition which, if anything, will hinder such negotiations as have been and are now being conducted to eliminate the condition where it does exist. So that the injustice done to some of the hotels may be somewhat corrected, and we do not for a moment approve their ignoral of the B'nai B'rith, may we report T he Tides Hotel, upon investigation, has proven that the major portion of their help are Jewish t hat the affidavit against them which is rather vague and inadequate is but a figment of someone's imagination t he story about the Majestic Employment Association and Rabbi Mescheloff is absolutely unfounded and untrue Perhaps we may suggest to Mr Gessner that if he permitted those who have some sense of responsibility to the community, who are not imbued with ideals of strange Gods w ho have a loyalty to things Jewish w ho are not swayed by strange passions i f he would permit our own Jewish leaders in this area to do things in their own quiet and yet effective way, without blatant publicity and yellow journalism then and then alone would the evils he complains of be eliminated. We submit that Mr. Gessner and his adherents are assuming the wrong attitude kike had something to do with Jews, but didn't know its connotation. "Kike is a word I don't use," he said. Conde Nast, publisher of Vogue said he didn't know the word kike appeared in the border and would have discarded the entire illustration had he been advised of it before. "Of this issue of Vogue 280,000 copies were printed." he said, "and 150,000 had been shipped before I knew of these lines. Of hte 130,000 not yet shipped, the pages referred to have been reprinted with the objectionable lines striken out." The offensive word does not appear in type but in small lettering in a drawing. The article itself contaiDs nothing, Mr. Nast said, "which could possibly have given the illustrator any motive for the lettering appearing in the drawing." Artist Who Attacked Jews Resigns Cecil Beaton, noted English photographer and illustrator, has resigned from the staff of Vogue Magazine after apologizing for an artistic border he drew in the February issue which contained microscopic lettering including offensive references to Jews. Beaton apologized to Conde Nast, publisher of the magazine, and then resigned. He said the drawing was the result of an "utterly thoughtless and irresponsible abberation of my artistic temperament.' In accepting Beaton's resignation, Nast declared "my magazines have been free of attacks on race and creed and I am determined that they must remain free from such attacks, whether committed wittingly or unwittingly." ORAYNOO "OUR LIGHT" CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA. RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP 1012 HARWELL STREET ORLANDO, FLA. By DORIS SIDNEY HELLER Friday Evening Services Services will be held at eight p. m., Friday evening. For the first time Rabbi Skop will review a book at Friday night services; it will be "The Buried Candelabrum'' by Stefan Zweig. Bar Mitzvah The Jewish community wishes to take this opportunity of sincerely congratulating Mr. and Mrs. M. president. Further details will be announced immediately after next week's meeting, which will be held Wednesday evening at S p. m. The discussion for next week will be, "What was Resi>onsible for Reformed Judaism?" All young people in and around the community are cordially invited to attend the Youth Forum meetings. B'nai B'rith At the last regular meeting of Bornstein of Clermont upon the the local B'nai B'rith chapter, the Bar Mitzvas of their son. The following officers were elected for Rabbi and the Bar Mitzvah candithe year 1938: President, Mr. Bardate will speak on Saturday mornney J. Cohen; Vice-President, Mr. ing at eight a. m. Tenth Annual Banquet Nat Berman; Monitor, Judge Hy. Roth; Assistant Monitor, Martin This coming Sunday evening, Siegel; Treasurer, Mr. Pastor; Sec January 30, at 6:15 p. m., the Tenth retary, Samuel Zegorian and War Annual Installation of Officers and den, Dr. JoBeph Seltzer. Congregational Banquet will take place in the social hall and vestry "MARCH OF TIME" TO BE DISCUSSED The secret organization of a standing army of Nazi sympathizers larger than that of the United States as depicted in the "March of Time" currently playing at Miami theatres will be discussed at the next meeting of the American Civic Forum, next Thursday evening at 9 p. m. at the Southern Cafeteria, Miami Beach. The speaker will be Mr. Harry Miller, well known lecturer and writer and chairman of the American Youth Forum. The American Civic Forum, a rooms of the Synagogue. A chicken dinner will be served under the direction of Mrs. Ben Solomon and her committee of the Ladies Auxi-1 liary of Congregation Ohev Sholam. | A very rich program of short speeches and music will be presented under the direction of Mr. Sol Wittenstein and Mr. Martin Selgel. Rabbi Skop will review the work in the community thus far and present some plans to be utilized for the rest of the year. A special table will be reserved for the young people of the Youth Forum, the Junior League and the One-O-One Club. Every Jew is urged to be present at this annual affair to lend a hand and carry his burden as a member of the Jewish community. Synagogue Office Under the chairmanship of Mrs Joseph K. Wolf and a most co-operative committee of the Ladies Auxiliary, a Synagogue office and study for the Rabbi is being furnished and arranged most tastefully. Commencing February 1st, the Rabbi's office hours at the Sanagogue will be as follows: 10 to 12 every day except Saturday, and every afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock, except Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Youth Forum Detailed plans are being formuConfirmation Class The Rabbi will distribute text material to the members of the Confirmation Class next Wednesday afternoon at 4 p. m. Each pupil is reminded to bring a Hebrew or English Bible to class. The Rabbi will continue reading a story from famous Jewish literature before the class officially starts. Junior League At the last meeting of the Junior League Class, text books were selected. "The Story of the Jew by Levinger," was one of the selections. Next week's discussion will be directed by Mrs. Jack Hoffman, on "Jewish Customs and Ceremonies." town hall of public opinion Invites everyone to attend Its free meeting lated for the first annual Valentine • ~M o-.piy Th"'-'->v evening at Dance to be held in February by the Southern Cafeteria on the the Youth Forum under the able Bo-oh. chairmanship of Mr. Milt Nadler, | Teacher's Meeting Next Teacher's Meeting will be held Tuesday evening at 8 p. m., at the Synagogue, and the assembly programs for the month of February will be arranged and planned. Program For Banquet The following is the program to be given at the Tenth Annual Banquet: 1.—Invocation by the Rabbi. 2— Opening song, Hatikvah. 3—Introduction of Visitors. 4—Address by Rabbi \yittenstein. 6—Violin solo by Mr. Morris Gordon accompanied on the piano by Miss Elaine Klepper. 6—Installation of Officers, Mr. Sol Wittenstein. 7—Main Address. Rabbi Morris A. Skop. 8— Address byJudge Hy Roth. 9—Address by Mr. Lou Wolly. Benefit Party For the Sisterhood (Continued on Page 7)



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H ; *^Z&Ni*i&$§:?^: Page Eight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, JANU ARY 28, 193, CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 326 Jefferson Avenue 'Phone 6-1328 MAURICE Q. MAMCHES, Cantor 726 Meridian Avenue •Phone 6-2013 Synagogue Services Daily at 7 and 8 a. 111 ; at 5:30 p. m. Friday evening at 5:30 and 8:15; Saturday morning at 7 and 9, Late Friday Evening Service This Friday night at 815 Rabbi Mescheloff will si>eak on the subject: "Equity." Cantor Manicbea •will assist in the service. Everyone is invited. Saturday morning Rabbi Meschel off will speak on "Minority Right." He will also speak in Yiddish at Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday between Mincha and Maariv. Hebrew School A new beginners class is being formed. Parests are asked to register their youngsters any day from 4 to 5 p. m. Sunday School sessions are held from 10 to 12. Assembly open to visitors from 11:30 to 12:00. Young Men's mlnyan at 9:00 a. m. Sunday follewed by breakfast. Last week's cantors: Arthur Bookbinder anl Seymor Cohen. Hostesses: Mrs. S. Silberg and Mrs. S. Tobin. All boys are welcome. Wednesday Night Lecture Rabbi Mescheloff will continue his series of lectures on "The Reason Behind Jewish Laws and Customs" at 8:30 p. m., Wednesday. This is open to all men and wo men. United Campaign To Open Sunday (Continued from Page One) the network of its free loan institutions and of the co-operative loan societies maintained by its affiliate, the American Joint Reconstruction Foundation, not less than one-third of the more than three million Jews in Poland are enabled to continue in their struggle for life. Moreover, they are helped to flve times what train themselves for every form of manual and productive labor. While we clearly recognize that medical science must be given the sick, that hundreds of hospitals, orphanages, schools, child feeding stations, summer camps for children, and other vital community enterprises must be sustained, we keep in mind always that the basis of our work must be to help people stand on their own feet, to maintain themselves against all odds. In this sense we are vindicating the American idea even in regions where much hostility to it exists. "Wherever emigration is possible as an alleviation of the tragic situation of the Jews, as in Germany and in other countries, our help assists the special emigration organizations to carry on their work. "Some idea of the tremendous scale on which the Joint Distribution Committee work Is carried on, may be gathered from the fact that last year with its aid, almost 7500 children were sent to summer colM. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N C. Firit St. Ph. 2-1661 onles in Poland alone; that the economic reconstructive work carried on in 100 Polish cities and towns has aided between 8,000 and 10,000 adults during the past year and that the Joint Distribution Committee is aiding refugee work in France, Holland, Czecho-Slovakia and elsewhere with an estimated total of 25,000 Jewish refugees spread throughout Europe. "The Joint Distribution Committee could well and profitably spend it has given each year for its work is not charity merely. Us expenditures make the difference between the survival PROGRAM FOR AID OF BLIND IS ANNOUNCED The Aid to the Blind Program is well under way in Dade County, according to Mrs. Bernard Simon, Publicity Chairman for the District Welfare Board. The local Welfare office has on hand 40 applications, which are in the process of investigation. Doctors Basconi Palmer, R. E. Repass, R. M. Faver and C. P. Dullard have been appointed as the examining opthlmologists for Dade County under the Florida plan, which is approved by the Social Security Board. The blind applicants are referred to the opthalmologists by the State Welfare Board after their need, residence and age have been determined by that agency. The Welfare office at 31 N. E. First Street is open from 9:00 until 5:00 daily, except Saturdays, for taking applications for aid to the Blind, as well as Old Age Assistance. TOMORROW'S BREAD BY BEATRICE BISNO (Wlrer of the Jewish Publication Society's Edwin Wolf Prize Novel Contest and the destruction of Jewish community life in many places. It Is building for the future with the hope and faith that present anarchy and turmoil which afflicts so many millions of Jews constitutes a passing phase in the world's history. "The meeting which Rabbi Bernstein will address is open to the public. Admission is free and everybody is welcome," concluded Baron De Hirsch Meyer, the chairman. With the sweatshops of Chicago and New York for background, Beatrice Bisno has opened up one of the epic romances behind powerful immigrant labor in America— a gripping and palpitating human interest story. The strugles of these aliens to get a foothold In America constitutes a sort of folklore of an ancient race in a modern setting. "If it takes nine tailors to make a man, it has taken an entire Industry to make an American woman. This is the story of the needle and the industry it created. These humble tailors constitute a brllilant motif in the complicated! fabric of American life, and possess the same literary significance | as the wheat farmers of the Middle, West, the share croppers of thej Deep South, or the shop girls and their bosses in the East." Dorothy Canfield Fisher, one of the judges of the Edwin Wolf Prize Novel Contest, says of this novel: "A searchingly realistic portrait of an idealist. What an idealist does to the world, and what the world does to an Idealist is here set down with rough power and sincerity." Tomorrow's Bread has been described as "A Breughel palntint with its large canvas peopled with many colorful types." Labor nor. els, for the most part, are crammed with strikes, lockouts, banner rail, ings, union meetings. In Tomorrow's Bread, propaganda g| ve way to characterisation, and lab. or's story is told in terms of realistic characters. Its appeal is universal. "Tomorrow's Bread (336 pages) retails for $2.50, and is available as one of the three books which members of the Jewish Publication Society of America receive annually for the membership dues, which are available for as low as $5.00 per year. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1988 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th 8treet Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. 6996 Albaeore Drive—6-1265 MIAMI BEACH RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31 it St.—2-9648 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 This Friday night, January 28 1938, regular services will be held at Temple Israel at 8:15 p. m. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will speak on the weekly portion In his sermon entitled "A Bribe Blinds the Open Eyed." The services will be conducted by Rabbi A. Zwltman. The Temple Israel choir, under the direction of Mrs. Hannah Asher, organist, will render the musical responses. A reception for guests and members will take place after the services, with members of the Sisterhood acting as hostesses. Mrs. Jack Bernstein, the Sisterhood chairman of the Sabbath Eve Receptions, announces that last week Mrs. M. L. Marcus, Mrs. Chas. Greenfield, Mrs. B. W. Slote, Mrs. J. Oren, Mrs. S. Simonhoff, Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, Mrs. Herman Stern and Mrs. Isaac Levin acted as hostesses. Temple Israel Dinner Dance Promising that they will put on the outstanding affair of the year In Greater Miami, the Temple Israel Entertainment Committee, announced at a special meeting this week, that they have already received acceptances to Invitations from three outstanding stars in the country. The names are not for publication since the committee wishes to surprise the guests who will be fortunate enough to avail themselves of reservations for the annual Temple Dinner Dance, which will be held on February 9, 1938, at 8:00 p. m., at the McFadden-Deauville. Weather permitting (and we are sufficient boosters of Miami to predict a perfectly moonlight night for February 9th) the dancing will take place in the patio under the open sky. A specially selected: dinner will be served to our guests and friends, and everybody who is ( anybody in the Temple will be present, with their friends. Over 200 reservations have already been received, and we can still accommodate you and your friends if you will call 2-7746 ,or send in a check covering the price of the number of tickets that you desire. The all-inclusive tariff for the evening is $5.00 per person. Will we see you there? Please call us and let us know! Religious School High School Assembly "The Partition of Palestine" was the subject which was discussed last Sunday morning in the high school assembly by Dorothy Ann Levin, who spoke against Partition, and Marcia Kohl, who spoke for Partition. With Modification, and Marjorie Relchenbach who gave a summation of the present problem. Ruth Baskln conducted the services for the assembly, which was undor the direction of Rabbi Zwitman. Intermediate Assembly The birthdays of Barbara Frumkes, Melvln Frumkes, Jerry Landfield and Gerald Simon were celebrated. The services were read by Pearl Sapero, Babette Wolfe, Rl'-hard Fink and Joe Gassenheimer. Barbara Gofdon spoke on the significance of the Sabbath. The assembly was under the direction of Dr. Kaplan. Radio Programs The Rabbinical Association presents the Jewish Hour over station WIOD every Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p. m. Listen in to their program. This Sunday afternoon Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will continue their series of discussions on Jewish theology in a talk entitled "What We Believe." Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Simon announce the Bar Mitzvah celebration of their son, Gerald, at the Satur day morning services of Temple Israel, Saturday, January 29, 1938 at 11:00 a. m. A reception tendered by the parents to relatives and friends of the family will be held after the services In Kaplan Hall. Yahrzelts Anna Bernstein, mother of Jack Bernstein; Charles K.Wagner, hus. band of Mrs. R. Wagner. Names of recently departed: Bar ney Newman, father of Myron New man; Benjamin Wertheimer, brother of Adolph Wertheimer. TTtlumL By LEW 8AFAN It's me again, and so I'm back again letting each and everyone of you readers know all about our Y. M. H. A. And the beginning is, Zul Zlne Mit glick, from the "Y" to Nick for this swell Irishman did his share in making our affair the greatest affair ever presented by our "Y," to say that it was successful would be putting it mildly for the fact that every seat was taken is testimonial enough, and so we'll bid, Big Hearted Nick Kenny goodbye until next year. To Leo Robinson and Al Rosenfeld, the tops in everything, for it was these two men that did so much In making this affair the grand success it was. To Walter "Alamac" Jacobs, Dr. "Morris Brothers" Goodman, Larry "Cinema Casino" Morris, Red "Cinema Publicity Head" Redman, E. Albert "Barrister" Pallot, Sam "I Insure" Seitlin and Doctor Samuel "Rubemddwn" Beckman, a million successful years for their efforts in the "Y" behalf. To Flfl Dorsay my most sincere love for kissing I. Mintzer, he In turn should donate a million dollars for the benefit he reaped. To Harry Rlchman goes the plaudits of everyone that saw him,' for he was tops in his lnimatable manner. To the Bagdad, our everlasting; for Harvey Bell, who through the coaching of Tom Williams, was| successful In making his spot the' tops in performance, for it was his rendition of "My Yiddish Momma" I and "Bie Mir Blst Du Shane" thati brought down the house. It seems indeed strange that this ItalianFrenchman, should be capable of rendering our own Yiddish songs in a manner so Jewish that he for the moment was one of us. And we hear that Harvey is being coached in the one song, I personally would want to hear more than any other. Kol Nidray. Among the other stars that appeared on our program were: Benny Goodman, Roscoe Ates Ramon and Renita, Mark Plant, Joe Lewis, at the present time these are the only stars that I remember, but there were many of them and they deserve our every thanks for their untiring efforts in behalf ot a worthwhile charitable organization. We saved Bubbles Becker for last, for It was this versatile orchestra leader and his entire band, that aided in making the show the success it was. Bubbles played his show throughout the day and eve, making tour shows for the Cinema, but Bubbles said that It there was going to be a show, he was going to play It, and play it he did, and his performance was one that gained the applause of everyone present. We are sure that Bubbles will not be forgotten. To Harry Schwartz a special Miami Moon for his marvelous suggestions on the floodlights and pictures. The "Y" is making plans to select the outstanding Jewish citizen of this community and to honor said gentleman by a testimonial dinner In his behalf, there is no question In my mind as to who deserves this honorable rating, but will refrain from naming my selection until such time as the organization advises me as to who. whom and why. If you yourself have a selection or a suggestion don't keep it secret, drop us a line and offer it, it will be taken into consideration. I'll say goodbye until the next time. Junior Division Plans Activities The Junior division of the "Y" will hold a "Moonlight Dance" on February 6th at the "Y" clubrooms It was announced by Miss Thelma Groper, dance chairman. This dance will be featured by the "No Date" affair and admission will be day evening seminar discussions, with an outstanding leader to start off the evening's program. Mrs. Holzman is conferring with outstanding leaders in the various fields of current world affairs and hopes to make as the major note and thesis ot the season's adult educational program, the discussion of world problems and its relation to the Jewish problem in particular. The Hotel Evans is sponsoring iliis series which will be open to visitors and Miamians without charge. Mrs. Holzman has proffered hor services for the reason, as she puts It, to her humble way of thinking, it is the pure adult mind that can Interpret the solution of world af35c per person. All boys and BirlB' falrB by open dl8CU88lon8 whlch aro are cordially invited to attend as 1 8 pontaneoU8 Mr8 Holzman will a pleasant evening will be enjoyed. | COJJduct these Qpen forum8 Miss Mildred Berkowitz, membership chairman, announced that a picnic will be held on February 13 at Greynold's Park. Transportation \ will be provided those wishing to attend and the truck will leave the "Y" at 10 o'clock sharp. All members and friends are urged to attend. The regular meeting of the Junior division is held every Monday evening and all boys and girls are invited to attend. REVIEWS ON OLD AGE ASSISTANCE GRANTS HOTEL SPONSORS OPEN FORUM Every six months the cases of those people who are receiving old age assistance are reviewed, according to Mrs. Bernard Simon, publicity chairman of the District Welfare Board. This is a requirement of the Federal Social Security Board. These reviews are made in order to obtain facts about any change in the family situation which has occurred since the time the original grant was allowed. Any requests concerning changes in the grants can be discussed Because of the unique opportunity of having as a guest, Mrs. Augusta Schon Holzman. of Broikline, Mass.. President of the New Eng-i land Council of Catholics, Protest! with the welfare worker when the ants and Jews, also president of the periodic reviews are made. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1938 THE JEWI8H FL0R1DIAN Page Seven Jewish Leaders Attend Committee Meeting Banquet to be Held With Rabbi Barnett Brickner, of Cleveland, Ohio, and Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein, of Rochester, N. Y., as the guest speakers, Miami will be given a vivid word picture of conditions affecting Jewry throughout the entire world at a banquet to be given under the auspices of the United Jewish Appeal of Miami at the Alcazar Hotel next Wednesday night, February 2. Invitations have been sent io about 500 Jewish residents of this area who have been asked to advise the committee headed by Joseph M. Lipton prominent communal worker and president of the Dade Federal Building and Savings Association as to whether or not they will attend. Those invited are urged to make reservations for their friends. There will be no charge for the dinner. Rabbi Brickner is known as one of the most famous orators and authorities on Jewish affairs in the world anil has addressed thousands of audiences during his long service in the Rabbinate. Rabbi Bernstein remained over for the banquet at the insistence of the committee. Left to Right: Carl J. Austrian, New York; Sol M. Stroud, chairman of the erecutive comrtlttee; William B. Thalhimer, Richmond, Va.; Jamei N. Rosenberg, New York; and George Z. Medalie, New York, who were among the prominent Jewish leaders attending the 81st annual meeting of the American Jewish Committee In New York last week. ORLANDO NEWS (Continued from Page 3) The Temple Sisterhood benefit bridge and supper was held Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Max Blattner, who has always been a very capable and sincere worker for her organization. On Mrs. Blattner's committee, acting as hostesses were, Mrs. Sol Wlttenstein, Mrs. David Hillman, Mrs. Simon Lehman, Mrs. J. Schiff and Mrs. Meyerson. The affair was a huge success as everyone admitted. There were close to one hundred people present, all of whom were very comfortable, and many various card games were played. Mrs. Blattner served very delicious strawberry shortcake and coffee to all guests, and not only was the affair successful socially, but also flnancialy. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gaeser, of Charleston, S. C, arrived Sunday to spend several days with Mrs. Oaeser's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. Kaminoff. Mrs. A. F. Stone, of New York City and Orlando, arrived Sunday and is staying at her winter home. Pine Acres, on the Conway Road. Mrs. Nettie Cohen, also of New York, is staying at the home of Mrs. Stone, also Mr. and Mrs. Meyer, of that city. to Orlando for his annual winter stay. ..Mrs. Henry Roff, of Long Island, N. Y, and sister of Sol Wittensteln, of this city Is visiting her parents In Orlando. Mr. Ansel Wittenstein is being sent to DeLand to represent the Orlando High School in a debate. Mr. Phil Opper has arrived In Orlando from Cleveland, Ohio, to visit his parents. Miss Mini Horowitz, of Chickadee, Mass., Is visiting at the home of Mrs. L. Bonlme, her sister. Mrs. J. Sherzer and daughter and son, Helen Jean, and Murray, are visiting their cousins, the Ottenbergs, and expect to stay for the rest of the winter. HEBREW-EKCUSH CALENDAR The above valuable calendar may be obtained free of charge by writing to the H. J. Heinz Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. DINE AT THE Famous Gardens Restaurant 525 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH Under Management of the Well Known MRS. ANNIE MARCUS Mr. Max Bernhartd has returned +• NOW is the TIME to transfer your savings so that they will bring you in larger returns WITH ABSOLUTE SAFETY and regular twice-a-year dividends ON INSURED SAVINGS 4% IISHII Mf UN A %  •ITIMC Kill 72 DADE FEDERAL L\ 8AV1PI88 AUr LOAM < ASf OCIATIOII t „ M % %  •%  %  • % %  %  • •-""". -% % %  %  .m.rJ Ground Floor Congress Bldg. —109 N. E. SECOND AVENUEPHONE 3-2652 RUFU8 H. DANIEL Vlce-Pres. LEO ROBINSON Vlce-PresJ. M. LIPTON President NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Miami, Fla., Jan. 14th. 1938. As required by Section 12, Chapter 5596, of the Acts of 1907, I, or one of my deputies shall be at the following places on the dates set opposite each for the purpose of receiving Tax Returns for the year 1938: Ojus Feb. 14, 1938 9:00 A.M. School House North Miami Beach Feb. 14, 1938 10:00 A. M. Town Hall Uleta Feb. 14, 1938 11:00 A. M. Post Office North Miami Feb. 14, 1938 1:00 P.M. Town Hall Biscayne Park Feb. 14, 1938 2:00 P. M. Town Hall Miami Shores Village Feb. 14, 1938 3:00 P. M. Town Hall Little River Feb. 14, 1938 4:00 P. M. Mooney's Real Estate Office Hialeah Feb. 15, 1938 9:00 A.M. City Hall Miami Springs Feb. 15, 1938 10:00 A. M. First State Bank Building Opa-Locka Feb. 15, 1938 11:00 A.M. Town Hall Lemon City ..Feb. 15, 1938 1:00 P. M. Miami Edison School Allapattah Feb. 15, 1938 2:00 P. M. Andrew. Jackson School Miami Beach Feb. 15, 1938 1:00 P. M. City Hall Surfslde Feb. 15, 1938 3:00 P.M. City Hall 1918 Red Road Feb. 16, 1938 9:00 A. M. Jones' Grocery Store Coral Gables Feb. 16, 1938 10:00 A.M. City Hall 2900 Tamlami Trail Feb. 16, 1938 11:00 A.M. Meggs' Department Store Cocoanut Grove Feb. 16, 1938 1:00 P. M. City Hall South Miami Feb. 16, 1938 9:00 A. M. Town Hall Kendall Feb. 16, 1938 10:00 A.M. D. B. Dice Packing House Perrine Feb. 16, 1938 11:00 A.M. Barfield's Store Goulds Feb. 16, 1938 1:00 P. M. Gould's Growers, Inc. Silver Palm Feb. 16, 1938 3:00 P. M. Anderson Filling Station Princeton Feb. 17, 1938 10:00 A. M. J. B. Cash Store Red I and Feb. 17, 1938 11:00 A.M. Woman's Club Florida City Feb. 17, 1938 1:00 P.M. Town Hall Homestead Feb. 17, 1938 2:00 P. M. City Hall MIAMI Jan. 3,1938 8:00 A.M. through April 1, 19S8 5:00 P.M. 513-516 Court House I also wish to remind the Tax Payers that It will be necessary to file their applications for HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION with the State and County and City in which the property Is located each year between January 1st and April 1st, or said examination cannot be qranted by said Tax Assessors. Therefore, we will receive applications while we are visiting the preclncKs. and will also furnish receipts which should be obtained or books checked prior to meeting of Board of Equalization to ascertain whether or not application has been allowed. Intangible Returns should also ba filed by those owning securities and who are legal residents of this State; otherwise they would be supject to the assessment of this office under the provisions of the Intangible Act of 1931. Very respectfully, J. N. LUMMUS, JR. ASSESSOR OF TAXES, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA


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Pa** To TNI JKWMM FLORIDIAN -%  .. C .: Ms -t %  >:: Vj" a; S.;-. a 1 Mr. *_: fr.-.iT %  I • • To • I I -*-i I %  I Siv -;. 3 T 5; H : • > | %  'z : :: '_*:•Here --* %  '%  ..-. %  -i-i'•-' %  %  • • • ;-.--.-1 Leader Here --. A nter %  %  tad iI E • • • ... Prom -;-•. G.et: -•-• :. i: %  ... FRIDAY. JANXAKT M, 1933 Meeting To Be Held The monthly meeting of the National Council of Jewish Juniors %  K\\\ be held Tuesday evening, Feb. ruary lit. at the Beth David Talmud Torah. The guest speaker ot the evening will be Dr. Rose Gros?. Rhode scholarship student who is ~ a poetess and novelist and Miss .* Edith Yadwin. Josephine Raxin will give severe ;iano selections, and Mrs. Max Paul Barnett. chairman of th-j dacce to be held February 13 a: rk Center, announces that entire proceeds of this affair will go towards the project of the Junior Council which is the establishment o'. a Children's Charity Clinic at the Alton Road Hospital. The feature of the evening will be bat selected floor show. u may be procured from Mr. re Chertkof, president. Mr. .'. Barnett. chairman or any raber of his committee. The tee consists of Mr. James HlM Sofia $:•-: -ft I %  t :i Here SOE. ... s :s FraoHty C **.-. I tngsently at I • • • %  .:'.-. Leaders Arrive He-e I -. Her % .. • at Sew fork are -• II %  '--'..:. at the ] %  D of Orthodox Jew Ick and %  Jack So noza" it Subject I was Y. w. H. A, --. Sponsor %  • tt: D ;-:*i At %  :-:'. :-. '.. in was •' •• %  :' z % %  .: % %  Thursday I '.i.-. Y elubrooms. The %  -• Ladies will will be ci n • • Sperd Visit Here L %  [bodoi Jewry, • • • School Of Dramatics To Entertain Dramatic An ... To S;.rd Seas-.n Here R. I.. X J. Besvinick. Elizabeth Rosencrans. Miss '".icsburg. Miss Rose GoodEleanor Marcus. Miss taxtn. Mr. George Kraft !and Mrs. George Chertkof. • • • Officers Installed lub installation cereDd banquet was given last %  -vening at the home of Kronenfeld. A. Kronenthe following officers, Joe i. • -Silent; Jerry Lacker, Uiaa Kronenfeld, ; Herbert Simon, treasOthen attending were Miss .on Fried. Miss Jane Gershon. Speigel. Miss Sylvia >:. Miss Thelma Kronenfeld. re to Jack Adams and Jack Cohen. • • • Spend Honeymoon Here Mr. and Mrs. Jack Abramson, of Dallas. Texas, who were married • i by one on January 16. are guests at the I Edison Hotel for ten dayn. Thev r. Robert Guinzburg, of will visit in New Orleans before :ng to their home. • • • Visit In Miami Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Klrstein as their house guests, Mr. ... 5::-: i-.a:Mian e, Va.. I .Nathan ... -: %  := '3 Hea;s s I M ami Kew ". • %  • To Give Concert Mr Abraham B -c< oncert on I have the Beth David Klrstein'i father, Mr. H. C. Kir:: Torah. Mr. Bramson wll -ho will remain here for the the Greater : %  : r a will be and their sisters-in-law. Mrs. Carl Klrstein and Mrs. Louis thai and son. Harvey, of Washington, I) C. who will remain : w._eks. Inter. A 1 hr:: % %  % %  ... %  • %  %  •• %  "• Have House Guests U> t %  • s -,.. %  : I Elof Pellar. Nonna : ronto, ( ... 7 Entertains With Party %  ••' Mi f Columbus, Neb., who ting his mother. Mrs. Ii%  *"ere honor guestl party T lay by hiGuests included Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garnett. Mr. and Mrs. S Katx Miss Frances Teller, Mr. as I All are wel r?e. • • • Pittsburgh Rabbi Is Here :. C where he will H pe Ellen T Cromer K':T.''.^'.. Joy Shirley Patrick, Ja K:iv ans. Lovey Friedman, J ; % %  Klivani :• Evelyn Natalk 01 fills Kohn, Carl la Beifert, Shirley Lerjr and Si-.: ley Stein. MIAMI BEACH: Rittcr's Hotel La Flora Hotel COLLINS AVE. AT THIRTEENTH Where your every wish is our delight. Home comfort and modern service, combined with the finest cuisine DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED § Do You Own Your Home? There never wai a better time than row to build one The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Makes It Possible '-e a call and I win aladnr help you to KM the best poie.ble information &s to In plan. H. SIMONS Care Aekerman Int. Agency 1015 Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-3151 THIS IS DOBBS' HAT WEEK •-.-.,„n hat Picture of the M • utdesignedfor % %  • and for summer everywhere! -^ love to wear for sophmtio^ Burdino's MIAMI MIAMI BEAO* M.AMI .TORE. THmo H^OR AND BDBDrKT. UXCOLN ROAD



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wJewisti Floridiai m VOLUME II.—NO. 3 TJhe Jewish HJnaty *9 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1938 THE WORLD'S WINDOW By LUDWIO LEWISOHN The views expressed by Ludo wig Lewliohn In hie column ace hie own and do not necessarily reflect the policies or attitude of our publication. Reproduction In whole or In part strictly forbidden. The admirable and indispensable %  work done by the American Jewish Congress in many fields culminates for the moment in the investigation concerning Jewish non-employment completed by Rabbi J. X. Cohen and briefly recorded by him together with the methods of the Congress for ameliorating existing conditions in a pamphlet entitled Jews, Jobs and Discrimination. It is, of course, a matter of common knowledge that there exists wide-spread discrimination against Jews in nearly all fields of employment. Everyone knows and notes how ccunbaratlvely Judenrein are the great Utility companies, the major banks, the railroads, the chain stores, etc., etc. Who has -ever met a Jewish teller In a branch of a great bank or a Jewish railroad conductor or a Jewish manager of a chain store? But it Is well to have these general negative impressions confirmed by facts and figures and not to be assured by Rabbi Cohen that the situation Is, at least in spots, not blankly hopeless but that the Congress by delicate and sensible negotiations has often been able to overcome prejudice and, more especially, to create jobs for Jews where the prejudice and the resultant discrimination were not active but merely conventional and routine. Nevertheless the facts are appalling. There is no other expression. The major employment agencies hold it to be practically useless to try to place young Jewish men and women as such. Kindly officials of these agencies often try and sometimes succeeded in passing off Jews as non-Jews and it takes no very powerful imagination to reconstruct the moral suffering, the corruption, the bitter precariousness that attend this process. Rabbi Cohen's investigation of the entire question of the Jewish white collar worker may be said to emulate in his quotation of the remarks of the head of a big placement bureau to the effect that Jews must be classified as "mar ginal workers" and of a corporation manager who declared that he would not permit his organization to "become polluted by the presence of circumcised Hebrews." Before proceeding to Rabbi Cohen's discussion of Jews in the professions let us get quite clear the inner character and results of the situation. For _here we have one of the radical causes of the Jew's position in the world. We are not permitted to occi.py the mediocre and inconspicuous economic: positions in society. We are forced to strain ourselves to the utmost to be independent in business or in the professions. We are forced to free-lance and so to hang out our signs. We are forced by brutal pressure Into consplcuousness and are then blamed for being conspicuous. And of this vicious circle the most loathsome link is that of the Jewish physician who says there are too many Jewish physicians and the Jewish lawyer who says there are too many Jewish lawyers. There are. Doubtless, there are. But the reason is that Jews are not permitted—and now we come to the professions—to be chemists in corporation laboratories and engineers of the great companies or teachers in high schools and colleges or consular officials or an hundred other things in which the young non-Jew, be he more or less gifted and clever, can find a secure and sane and inconspicuous existence. In the light of these facts our difficulty In getting into those "free professions that alone are left us is all the more tragic. And how relentlessly we are pushed into the "free" professions is illustrated by the most terrible and the most shameful sentence in Rabbi Cohen's report, which reads as follows: "A survey of private educational institutions by a Christian investigator revealed that in schools that are practically controlled by Jews and largely attended by Jews, the teaching staff Is usually Gentile." Here we have, of course, as we have in several other analogous situations that last disgrace of the self-imposed psychological ghetto— the self-hatred of the Jew. This is part and parcel of the same lamentable phenomenon which meets us in Rabbi Cohen's analysis of a given edition of "Who's Who In America. Of the 16,629 men and women in Who's Who in America who gave their religious affiliations there were only 218 Jews. But there were 615 Jews—a wretched showing, by the way—in that edition of the well-known volume. In other words only a little over one third of the small group of Jews prominent enough to be included were willing to say that minimum asked for by the editors of Who's Who, namely, that the> are of the Jewish faith. Excellent and admirable is Rabb Cohen's section on a program for meeting discrimination and from his modest and sober account it is easy to see how wise and helpful is the activlvity of the American Jewish Congress in this respect. But I would suggest that, while continuing this activity with all possible energy, the Congress do not neglect the Jews afflicted with selfhatred. How can we expect Christian schools to admit Jews to their faculties when Jewish schools do not do so, An eminent merchant in the far West—to his shame and my sorrow—gave me the same silly reasons for limiting the Jews in liis employ that any vulgar antiSemite might give. I do not wish to minimize the dangers and misfortunes of our situation; I do not wish to restrain but rather to extend all those efforts by means of which kindly and just men among our Christian fellow-citizens are persuaded to adopt fairer and more American policies in this crucial matter. But I am sure that it is one of our sternest duties by all means in our power to discipline those ashamed and shameful Jews who by the evil example that they set in school, in shop, in store, In laboratory, on examination boards, deepen and intensify the sufferings of our Jewish youth and jeopardize its future in this land. JEWISH EMPLOYERS WHO ABE AGAINST JEWS GET WARNING Pittsburgh, (WNS)—Discrimination by Jewish employers against Jewish workers has become so widespread that the American Jewish Congress Is preparing to ask them to modify their policy andIf they refuse "we will crush them forever from the face of Jewish life," Rabbi J. X. Cohen of Nev York, chairman of the American Jewish Congress' I Commission on economic disj crimination, declared in an J address before the Pittsburgh I division of the Congress, j Warning that Jews must bej come "militant or perish," Rabbi Cohen charged that discrimination against Jews in New York City "is rampant." He said the Congress is Investigating hundreds of corporations and warned that American Jewry may have to boycott corporations which bar Jews from jobs. Price Five Cents Noted Rabbi To Speak Monday At a business meeting held at the Beth David Talmuh Torah, last Monday night, it was decided that the Zionist District will sponsor two cultural meetings in the next few weeks in view of the outstanding Zionist guests in our midst. This coming Monday evening. January 31st at 8:15 a Zionist Cultural meeting will be held at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, Washington and 3rd, Miami Beach. Rabbi Max Shapiro, president of the district, Liberal Palestine Policy Is Urged United Campaign To Open Sunday The Miami Beach United Jewish Campaign according to the chairman. Baron De Hirsch Meyer, "will officially open with a meeting at the Atlantis Hotel, 2655 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, on Sunday night, January 30th, at 8 p. m. sharp. The principal address will be made by Rabbi Philip S. Bern stein, of Rochester, N. Y. "Rabbi Bernstein," said chairman Meyer, "recently returned from Eu rope and Palestine and will speak on 'How Shall the Jew Face the World.' "His keen analysis of world events and understanding of the relationship of world problems to the Jewish question, make the appearance of Rabbi Bernstein an unusual event in the annals of Miami Beach Jewry. "According to Rabbi Bernstein, the channel of organized aid to Jewish populations overseas is the Joint Distribution Committc which is the chief hope of millions of oppressed and impoverished human beings. It is with deeds of mercy and of reconstructive aid and encouragement that the present crisis must be faced. It is in this spirit and with an appropriate program, subject to the limitation of the funds at its disposal, that the Joint Distribution Coramitee is working. "The work the Joint Distribution Committee does is more important than its economic progress. Through (Continued on Page Eight) RABBI IRVING MILLER will open the meeting and present the chairman for the evening, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. The visiting guest speaker will be Rabbi Irving Miller, a member of the Zionist Executive Committee of America, who attended the Zionist Convention held at Washington, D. C, last week. Rabbi Miller will report on the convention and depict accurately the condition of world Jewry. Members and friends are invited to attend. There will be no admission charge. Appropriate musical numbers will be chanted by Cantor Maurice Mamches and a well known accordionist will play. The second cultural meeting will take place Sunday evening, February 13th. The guest speaker will be the Honorable Judge Morris Rothenberg, former president of the Zionist Organization of America. JEWISH DOCTOB FINDS NEW USE FOR VITAMIN B-l Havana, (WNS) — Injection of vitamin B-l in synthetic form directly into the human spine has been demonstrated to be valuable in rejuvenation and in cases of hopeless cancer, infantile paralysis and a large number of different types of nervous diseases, the PanAmerican Medical Association wa told by Dr. Ellas Stern of New York City, who developed the new treatment. Washington—Expressing American Jewry's concern over new assaults upon Jews in Roumania, Germany and Poland in recent weeks, the National Conference for Palestine which opened its sessions last Saturday night at the Mayflower Hotel addressed a plea to Great Britain urging the full implementation of the Mandate of the League of Nations and the Balfour Declaration so that the doors of Palestine may be opened to the colonization of a maximum number of oppressed Jews of Central and Eastern European countries. Speakers at the opening session said that recent events in Roumania, Germany and Poland, have made it clear that the only major solution of the problem of finding new homes for Jews being driven out of these lands by oppression is to launch an unprecedented scale, a colonization program in Palestine which would permit the admission of hundreds of thousands of persecuted Jews to European lands. More than 1500 representatives of hundreds of Jewish communities throughout the United States are attending the Conference, which Is the first American Jewish assembly since the issuance of the British Royal Commission Report recommending partition as the only solution to the Arab-Jewish problem. Since the advent of the Hitler regime in 1933 and since the spread of new oppression in Poland, Roumania and other Central and Eastern European lands, Palestine has been the only center for mass Jewish immigration, it was pointed out by speakers who stressed the fact that the extent of American Jewish support could be the most decisive factor In the Increase of mass Jewish settlement in Palestine. Since 1933 Palestine absorbed more than 175,000 Jews from Poland, Roumania and Germany and other countries, it was stated at the conference. PBOPOSES B 0 ABD OF STBATEGY TO FIGHT JEW BAITING IN AMEBIOA 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. New York, (WNS)—Voicing undisguised concern over the spread of anti-Semitism in the United States, Dr. Charles S. MacFarland, secretary emeritus of the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America, proposed the establishment of what he called a "board of strategy" of leading organizations, with Jews serving in a consultative capacity, to stem racial and religious hostility in this country. He made his suggestion at a dinner given In his honor by the National Committee for Religion and Welfare Recovery. In advocating his plan he warned that "racial hostility is the spearhead of something bigger" and emphasized that "antiSemitism is not confined to Nazi camps." He said "it has reached our colleges and universities and has affected students themselves. The most regrettable fact Is that discriminating 'documents' have been issued in the name of Christianity and have come from Christian sources."


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