The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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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.UME IINUMBER 4.
Ttie Jewish VmSty
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1938
Price Five Cents
iddish Daily Banned for Criticizing
New Lithuanian Constitution
Kovno, (WNS,)The Kovno Stimme,
Yiddish daily, has been suppressed and
|ts editor and publisher fined because it
riticized the new Lithuanian constitu-
tors failure to include guarantees of
ninority rights.
tthetic Plight East European Jewry
rokes Generous Miami Response
lugurating the United Jewish
Bal for Miami, a gathering of
mual Night Of
;ars To Be Held
Jewish Welfare Bureau wil
its fourth annual "All-Star"
lit on February 21st in the
Hpla Theatre, it is announced
Stanley ('. Myers, president of
^larity organization. The an- j Jews in Poland,
performances are given to
funds for welfare work
ghoui the year.
Is year, the entertainment
representative Jews listened to
vivid word pictures of the pathetic
and tragic conditions of Jewry in
East European countries last Wed-
nesday night at the Alcazar Hotel.
Mr. Day J. Apte, prominent citizen
and worker was presented by Mr.
Joseph M. Lipton, chairman of the
arrangements committee, and pre-
sided during the banquet. Rabbi
Phillip .s. Bernstein, of Rochester,
N. Y., in his address described the
miserable economic conditions of
Roumanla and
Germany and depicted the contin-
ued efforts of the governments to
crush Jewry there. He contrasted
the conditions in Palestine and
Annual Fashion
Show to be Held
Mrs. Harry Marcus and Mrs.
Max Dreyer chairman and co-chair-
man of the Third Annual Fashion
and Floor Show, sponsored by the
Miami Section National Council of
Jewish Women which will be held
at the Hollywood Beach Hotel on
Wednesday, February 9th at 2:30
p. in., announce that the final ar-
rangements have been completed.
Madame De Sylva, modiste, has
selected a variety of the latest
models for the fashion show to be
presented with the orchestra of
Meyer Davis, and the floor show
of the hotel will also be included
in the program. The Annual Fash-
ion Show Is the most beautiful and
successful affair given by the Coun-
cil and its receipts almost cover
the budget for the entire charitable
projects. Special transportation
will be provided by the Union Bus
Station in Miami and by Segal's
Safety Cab Co., on Miami Beach,
from 10:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. m.
Nazis Ban Second Jewish Paper
Berlin, (WXS)A second Jewish pa-
per was banned in Germany when the
propaganda ministry suppressed the C.
V. Zeitung, organ of the Central Union
of German Jews, until February 24th.
The Juedische Rundschau had previous-
ly been banned. No reason was given in
either case.
t
ADOPT ARYAN PARAGRAPH
Warsaw, (WNS) The Aryan
clause was adopted by the students
union of Warsaw, excluding from
membership all students with one
Jewish grand-parent. The students
also voted to exclude Aryan mem-
ittee will be headed by Harry the restraining of German, Polish j Ders associating with Jews.
an, and It promises to as-
e a show which will match
of previous years both in
and quantity. Every star
erformer in this area is ex-
to contribute to the program
will begin on the Olympia
at 9 p. m., and continue for
hours.
Adler, of Rivo Alto Isle.
(charge of arrangements, and
'omen's ticket committee is
by Mrs. M. L. Marcus. Ben-
Galnes, managing director
Dempsey-Vanderbilt Hotel,
the hotelmen's division and
obinson of the American
and Trust Company, leads
siness men
urge local people .of Miami
laml Beach to secure their
now," Mr. Adler said, "be-
the sale of seats is far in
Ce of last year, and we ex-
[to sellout long before the
of the show. We are deter-
to show no favoritism in
les, so we suggest that reser-
8 be made immediately."
s may be purchased from
rs of the ticket committee
calling Mrs. M. L. Marcus,
or Mr. Adler, 5-2326.
Jewish Welfare Bureau will
e the full proceeds of the
with every participating
contributing its services,
oney thus raised will serve
ince the bureau's activities
vidlng for the ill and needy
the year. In past years,
ommunlty Chest supplied the
with funds, but with the
g of that institution the
y is dependent on its annual
t for moneys. It is hoped
orkers for the Bureau that
ar's show will provide enough
purpfte.
Olympia Theatre has can-
the scheduled showing of
tlon picture on the night of
ry 21, so that the perform-
in begin promptly at 9 p. m.
and Roumania youth from the pro
fessons to workers of the land.
Rabbi Barnett Brickner, of the
Euclid Avenue Temple, of Cleve-
land, Ohio, followed Rabbi Bern-
stein's presentation of the facts
with a stirring call to all Jewry to
realize the plight of their fellow
Jews throughout suffering Europe.
In a voice that trembled with emo-
tion, Rabbi Brickner contrasted
Jewry in America with those of
their suffering brethren elsewhere.
.Continued on Page Three)
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 com-
ments and music.
ROUMANIAN-JEWISH SITUATION
PLACED WITH LEAH COMMITTEE
Geneva, (WXS)A committee of w'as decided upon the British
three, comprising the Persian Pres-1 spokesman warned Roumania that
ident of the Council and represen- England would demand an extra-
tatives of England and France, has .,_ .. ,.
. r_" ... I ordinary session of the Council if
been named by the League of Na-
tions Council to study Jewish peti-jthe anti-Jewish measures already
tions protesting Roumanians viola-; decreed were enforced. Foreign
ton of the 1919 minorities treaty
through its anti-Jewish program.
This committee will examine the
petitions immediately in order to
give Roumania an opportunity to
comment on them before the com-
mittee reports. It is expected the
report will be ready before the
May meeting of he Council.
This disposition of the Rouman-
ian-Jewish queston kept it from be-
ing publicly discussed at an open
session of the Council. An attempt
by the English and French repre-
sentatives to win from Roumania
a promise to suspend anti-Jewish
measures until after the Rouman-
ian parliamentary elections in
March failed because Premier Goga
refused to be bound by the agree-
ment of Foreign Minister Istrate.
At the private session at which
the appointment of the committee
The women'* ticket committee of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, now engaged on ticket >alei for the
organization's fourth annual benefit to be presented atthe Olympia Theatre, February 21st, meets at the
home of R. R. Adler, Rlvo Alto Isle, to discuss plans for the charity affair. Left to right (seated) Mrs.
Harry I. Magid, Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Mark Max, Mr. R. R. Adler, chairman of arrangement*, Mrs. M. L.
Marcu, chalrlady of the commltt ee, Mrs. Frank Frankel. (Standing) Mrs. I. Frumkus, Mrs. J. Jerome
Nathan, Mrs. Estelle Schram, Mrs. S. Charles Davis, Mrs. Sadye Rose, Mrs. Jule* Pearlman, Miss Florence
Towvlm, Mrs. Maurice Jacobs. Additional members of the committee not pictured here Include Mrs. Sid-
ney Weintraub, Mrs. Benjamin W. Sloat, Mrs. Benjamin Le Vine, Mrs, A. H. Morris and Mrs. Benjamin
Bronston.
Secretary Anthony Eden, of Eng-
land and Yvon Delbos of France
indicated that they had agreed to
keep the Roumanian-Jewish ques-
tion off the floor of the Council
because they felt that private dip-
lomatic pressure on Roumania
would be more effective at this
time. Their action was also based
on the fear that Roumania mig'it
have repudiated the minority trea
ties if the Council had publicly
discussed the question.
Bucharest, (WXS)There will
be no pograms in Roumania re-
gardless of what the government
decides to do about the Jewish
problem. King Carol declared in a
statement to American correspos-
dents. "We have a Jewish prob-
lem and we are wresting with It,"
he said, but "how ultimately the
problem is to be met is not alto-
gether clear, but the first and most
important point of our policy will
be that there shall be no violence
o Jews. Of that we are certain."
Referring to America's interest in
"it is understandable that the
the Jewish situation, the King said
United States should be interested
in developments here because you
yourself have many Jews, certainly
more than we. It is understand-
able that in some quarters there
might be concern. But it may be
stated on the highest authority
that Ronmania contemplates no in-
humanities. How in all its phases
the problem is to be met cannot be
stated definitely now."
With regard to plans for mass
expulsions of Jews and their colon-
ization elsewhere, Carol said the
government has not yet given the
matter detailed study, but added,
"we should be relieved, of course,
to see some of our Jews leave vol-
untarily, but there has been no
study of the possibility of sending
them in numbers and no thought
of where they might ro. Such an
approach to the problem hardly is
to be taken by Roumania alone.
It would be a matter for interna-
tional action, and no one yet as
taken the Initiative in it,"


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FRIDAY.
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Aronoviu ;.-'- Irley Levy,
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and the membership committee
: Lew re Levy tr.d Mar*
Zukerman. Sponsoring this
league Max-
Cantor, Marion Stein, B. J.
Wagner and Arthur SI oat.
Refreshments are i and
Qg and an entertaining pro-
gram are presented at every meet-
ing. The public is invited to at-
tend these meetings

Sorority to Sponsor Theatre
Benefit
The Iota XI Sorority wfl] sponsor
at the Tower Theatre on
March 5 and 10 and the ft
be Married an Artist."
V Naomi Grossman and Miss
Bebe Feinberg. co-chairmen of the
af;air. announce that tickets are
available from any member of the
i:y and all friends are urged
I : tickets. Details o* the af-
fair will be announced in a later


Annex Sorority Holds Meeting
The last meeting of the Annex
Sorority was held last Tuesday af-
ternoon at the home of Edith Shier.
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SCENES AT THE RECENT Y.M. H. A. -PARADE OF STARS
: ta ;-_ W-. fi Wrv La-ry Morris and aunt. Center: Leo Robinson and Manna Zucea- Right:
a-; W-s. j:s. M. L pter, E. A oe- Pa st. Miss Heien Lipton and Leo Robinson.
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of RockTille Centre X. V ar-r
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Entertains at Bridge
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.. : last M nday eve-
Ding la h( doi of Mr. I Mn Een
I Col mbai Neb. Prizes
-. I y Mn Tell< r and Harry
r.ding were Mr.
link Sam Katz. Mrs. Anna
Godman, Mrs. J. Kimmelman. Mrs
F. LaxarowltZ, Mrs. Sher, Mrs.
Sylvii Mrs. Frances Teller
B I Mrs. J. Simon.

Jewish Artists tc Appear
Isa B brated Jewish
of folk songs and Ivan Bas-
lanist of note, will be
in a concert of fo'.k songs
Odd Fellows Hall. N. W. 2nd'
and Fourth street on Tues-
day erenlng, February 15, begin-
ning at 8:80 o'clock. The concert1
will be given under the auspices
of the Workmen's Circle. Miami
Branch. The following program
will be presented.
Group 1
Ballade FChopin
Ivan Basilevsky
Group 2
Shir AvodaLabor Song of Pal-
Bialik.
Bel der Arbet; Tunger Setzer
Labor Songs of Jews of Soviet Rus-
sia.
KattarinaItalian Folk Song.
Tea SirOld English.
PionerskayaMarching Song o
Soviet Russia.
MIAMI BEACH:
Ritter'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
Isa Kramer
G-;jp 3
7.-.V .-rcond MinuetEnglish
Orel Tiasjelach; FarvosChildren
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Ml bBtonlm0 I :.-... Wed-
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Old Russian P<
isa Kramer
Group 4
v gnenaErnes) L
Iran -:;.
Group 5
A M
Lll
:ntain Folk Song.
Pro Disks (by request) Soviet
ils Song.
Port a Cl Lechaem. Reb-
eniuChassidic Songs.
Isa Kremer
. .
Tea To Be Given
hers of the Miami Jewish
er Women's organization will
entertain at a tea Sunday evenin?.
try 6 at 6:30 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Goldman. 210 First
street, Miami Beach, which al! wo-
men are cordially invited to at-
tend. Those who are interested in
the Workmen and Poalei Zion
movements in Palestine are asked
to cooperate.

Civic Projeett Urged
J. B Lemon, director of public
recreation for Miami Beach, as
guest speaker at the meeting of the
Civic League of Miami Beach las'.
Tuesday urged serious thonght be
given to the erection of a munici-
pal auditorium, and the allocation
of part of the advertising appro-
priation of the city for summer
tourist business. In an address
tracing the growth of the city and
particularly what has been done to
attract visitors through recreation
facilities Mr. Lemon urged greater
civic interest on the part of the
organization Mr. Carl Gardner,
president, presided. A business
V Serviru/ M
Florida's Finest
American-Jewish
Dinner"
ST. REGIS
RESTAURANT
446 COLLIn/ AVE.
AAIANM
lit ACH
meeting that followed the dinner
and address developed interesting
US ion and the support of a
pack cub under the auspices of
zanization. The next meeting
will be held on February 15 and
will be addressed by Joe Copps,
head cf the Miami Beach pu:
burea .

Council Hears Report
.'. i | :ty mee'ir.g of members
and r: hers listeni
with great
to the report of Mrs. Ralph
lent of the M
D of the National Council of
about the Fifteenth
Triennial ( n held in Pitts-
f.-om which she recently re-
turned. A new resolution of the
National Council was adopted for
the undertaking of the sole assis-
tance of the German Jewish Chil-
dren's Aid for the coming three
years with a minimum budget of
$250,000. Mrs. Neufeld announced
that the new regime of officers of
the National Council will be head-
ed by Mrs. Maurice Goldman, of
New York, as president. The Mia-
mi section of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women voted to con-
tribute to the United Jewish Cam-
paign, the Jewish Welfare and the
Orphan's Home in Atlanta.

Leaves For New. York
Mrs. M. Blutstein, wife of the
late Wolf Blutstein, former Gabbi
of Beth David Congregation, anl
who has served Beth David faith-
fully for many years, u leaving
Sunday morning for her home in
York City.
see
Return from Honeymoon
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Silverman.
whose marriage was a recent event
have returned from their honey-
moon trip to New Orleans, La.
They will be pleased to have all
their friends visit them at their
home 1520 S. W. Fifth street- Mrs.
Silverman was the former Miss
Ruth Drevich. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Drevich.
DR. SAMUEL BECKMAN i
Naturopathic Physician
announces the opening of I
his office at
1070 S. W. 1st STREET
Phone 3-6.")12
SUPERFLOUS HAIR
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MADAME RAE
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PLAZA
THEATRE
MIAMI BEACH, SOUTH
PHONE 5-2302
Return Engagement
By Popular Demand
PAUL MUNI
in
"THE LIFE OF
EMILE ZOLA"
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Burdine's
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
AT BOTH
STORES. MIAMI
AND MIAMI BEACH
For Your Valentine
Crystalized Fruit
Beautifully designed heart-shaped basket, filled
with delicious pieces to delight your Valentine.
Also Various Other Sizes.
SHELLED PECANS IN BASKETS 50c to .. $4-50
MIAMI STORE, STREET FLOOR


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1938
THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN
EEATURETTES
Pago Five
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
-By LUDWIQ LEWISOHN--
-"
The vlew expretied by Lud- O
wig Lewlsohn In his column me
hit own and do not necessarily
reflect the policies or attitude of
our publication. Reproduction In
whole or In part strictly for-
bidden.
In his charming book on the
Jewish Legion in the World War
Vladimir Jabotinsky tells an ad-
mirable anecdote. He had gone to
Spain to see Max Nordau who had
been forced to withdraw thence
from his Parisian home. With the
ardor of Youth Jabotinsky explain-
ed to Nordau his theory of the
Westernization of the near Bast
(in a good and high sense, of
course) through its re-settlement
by the Jewish people. "The old
master," Jabotinsky writes, an-
swered me with a profound saying,
of which the whole significance
dawned on me later. 'That, my
young friend, is logic, and logic is
a Greek art; the Jews will have
none of it. The Jew never learns
from reason; he learns from catas-
trophes. He never buys an um-
brella when the skies are cloudy;
he waits till he is soaked to the
.kin and runs a temperature. Then
he bethinks himself that he had
better buy an umbrella.'"
Well, you can hardly say today
that the skies are cloudy. The
tempest has broken out. The tem-
pest has broken out everywhere.
There Is an handful of Jews In Ecu-
ador. That handful Is threatened
with expulsion. Let us not say:
Ah, but it is because they were
supposed to go on the land and did
not. How could European Jews
fight that portentlous Jungle, that
"green death." of which so much
has been lately told us. How could
they? Perhaps they had to agree
to do so for the sake of refuge.
And could not. But who forced
them to seek refuge on any terms?
So-called Christendom. Remember
your unfathomly profound and un-
fathomably Jewish Talmudic pas-
sage: Even when a righteous man
persecutes an unrighteous man
still is God on the side of the per-
secuted. Well, we are hardly the
unrighteous of the haggadlc defini-
tion. We are the persecuted.
What will now happen to the
million of our people In Roumania?
According to latest reports a small
group of Jewish citizens of pre-war
Roumania are offereh a partial im-
munity if they will repudiate for
themselves the minority rights
ALFRED M. COHEN
International President of B'nal
B'rlth, who will retire next May
after 13 years of service.
guaranteed in the war treaties and
repudiate and throw to the mob
those fellow Jews who never asked
to become Roumanian but were
handed over to Roumania with the
Hungarian and Russian provinces
(Bessarabia) which were the Rou-
manian swag for war participation.
Can a morally fouler situation be
imagined Thugs get swag for be-
ing thugs. Their fellow-thugs make
them promise to use certain meth-
ods in the use of the swag. Now
the thugs say: We shall do as we
like. This swag has foreign ele
ments In it. Down with those for-
eign elements; Have Jews in the
whole course of their history fallen
so low, The answer is no:an un-
equivocal No. Never mind the
promptings of your escapist self-
hatred, good Jews, like those of
the genuinely fine and high-minded
gentlemen who wrote me about the
Jews in Mexico and made the plea
for the Mexican government or,
rather, for certain forces in Mex-
ico that the Jews there too had
not gone on the land but into bus-
iness and had in business used
methods to which the innocent Mex-
icans were unaccustomed. Doubt-
less, doubtless- But wby are these
Polish and Roumanian Jews In
Mexico at all? Because they were
persecuted; because they were
driven forth; because they needed
bread for themselves and their
wives and children; because the
very earth was burning under their
feet. Even the young, the strong,
the valiant, the Ideologically pre-
pared went on the land successfully
even in Eretz Ylsrael only with the
help and under the guidance of the
World Zionist movement and had
first to find the co-operative tech-
niques by which they could success-
fully battle with stubborn soil and
heat and beast and man! How do
you expect poor families from By-
alistok or Minsk or Pinsk to farm
in Mexico.
All Jewish accusations against
Jews today are pure and adulter-
ated and bitter escapist mechan-
isms, Masochistic mechanisms,
mechanisms of self-hatred. Noth-
ing else. The thing goes so far
that there may be papers which
will not print this article of mine
in order not to give Its readers
pain in order not to disturb them in
their precarious complacency, In
order to let them keep the blink-
ers on their eyes. But God is on
the side of the persecuted and my
tongue would wither did I not
speak out, did I not cry out!
Ecuador, Mexico, Brazil, Rou-
minla, Poland, Germany where
next? What next? And once more,
once more, What are you doing,
Jews of America. Canada, England,
France, South Africabut especial-
ly Jews of America? You are as
yet doing nothing compared to the
need and the tragedy. The Jewish
people, the whole Jewish people is
embattled, Is fighting for Its life,
for its very life! You give a little
money. A very few, mostly poor
men like myself, give a little time,
heart, soul, strength. When will
you rise up, all the wealthy men
and women and all the learned and
cultured and all members of all
honorable professions and all men
(Continued on Page Six)
MRS. GOLDMAN ELECTED
PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
Pittsburgh, (WnsThe National
Council of Jewish Womep pledged
itself to raise $250,000 for the
German Jewish Children's Aid dur-
ing the next three years in a reso-
lution adopted at the closing ses-
sion, of the 15th triennial conven-
tion. Mrs. Maurice L. Goldman of
PLAIN TALK
New York was elected president to
succeed Mrs. Arthur Brln of Min-
neapolis. Other officers elected
were: Mrs. Brln, honorary vice-
president; Mrs. Joseph M- Welt of
Detroit, 1st vice-president; Mrs.
Aleaxnder Wolf of Washington, D.
C, 2nd vice-president; Mrs. Jacob
L Langsdorf of Philadelphia, treas-
(Continued on Page Seven)
J. D. C. ADOPTS $5,100,000
AS ITS QUOTA FOR 1938
St. Louis, (WNS)A national
quota of $5,100,000 for 1938 was
adopted by the Joint Distribution
Committee for the relief and re-
construclon of Jews overseas after
a meeing of the plan and scope
committee had heard Dr. liernhard
Kahn, European director of the J.
D. C. report that attacks upon
Jews in European countries con-
stitute one of the gravest threats
not only to Jews, but to humanity,
that American aid represented the
primary hope of millions of Jews
to survive. The 1938 campaign
will be directed by Rabbi Jonah B.
Wise of New York, who was elect-
ed national chairman after serving
as co-chairman since 1931.
.By AL SEGAI------
B'NAI BRITH TO EXTEND
ACTIVITIES TO SOUTH
AFRICA AND CUBA
New Orleans, (WNS)The B'nal
B'ntlv has obtained complete data
on 103 of the 200 anti-Semitic or-
ganizations it has found operating
in the United States and Canada,
incomplete data on 97, Richard Gut-
stadt, director of the Anti-Defama-
tion League, reported to the an-
nual meeting of the B'nai B'rlth ex-
ecutive committee. He said the
order had been forced to increase
its activities in fighting anti-
Semitism during 1937, the Anti-De-
famaton League having handled
750 cases.
Alfred M. Cohen, president, re-
ported continued progress in all
branches of the organization's ac-
tivities, including increased mem-
bership and the contemplated es-
tablishment of lodges in Cuba and
South Africa. A net increase of
17 lodges and 18auxlliaries was re-
corded. Maurice Bisgyer, execu-
tive secretary, reported that Amer-
ican members of the order had
sent $30,000 to their distressed
German brethren.
This is the third week since 1
began to consider the merits of de-
judlnethe drug discovered by
Professor Hugo Jedermann, the ex-
iled German Jewish chemist. This
drgu is designed to turn Jews into
AryganB and cause them to forget
they ever were Jews.
Professor Jeiermann sent me a
sample to try on myself; thus to
help toward a solution of the Jew-
ish problem which Dr. Jedermann
believes can be solved by elimina-
tion of Jews (with the aid of his
drug which creates Aryans chemi-
ically.)
Three weeks I have pondered
upon the matter. to take deju-
dine or not to take it Certainly, it
is no use to keep on being a Jew
to fight anti-Semites, to struggle
for crumbs of Justice, to be a fel-
low who clings to shadows, afraid
of rishuB.
I was at the point of taking Dr.
Jedermann's drug and committing
suicide as a Jew and becoming an
Aryan (provided the drug did to
me what It did so succesfully to
guinea pigs.) But my old habit
of being a Jew restrained me with
admonitions: I was thinking of
dying as a Jew; yet I had scarcely
begun to live as one. Why not try
living,
But all that contains spiriual
implications which I, the Jew, don't
understand anymore. I used to
have a luminous spiritual nature.
By my light 1 discovered the spir-
iual complex that is called God.
By it, in former times, I found a
way of life that ascended toward
the stars. I was kinsman of the
stars. It didn't matter much then
that I was reviled; it mattered no
more than it does to the sars that
a foolish man spits at them.
I had brothers who were proph-
ets. Their preaching of peace and
Justice still is bright even In the
darkness of today's world. There
was one of them who was called
Jesus. He brought new light to
the old teaching. Even today he
remains one immutable fact in a
confused and changing wirld; a con-
stant star in the darkness.
If I, the Jew, still walked on the
high road that was given me, I
would have good reason to reject
Dr. Jedermann's dejudazing drug. I
could not then doubt that 1 had
cause to keeb on living. The re-
vilements of anti-Semitism could
not hurt me on my high place; I
would be a luminous spirit, lonely
perhaps, still despised perhaps, but
I would have something to live for.
I would be living as one true to
himself; I would be living as one
whose unique character gave a
gleam in the darkness-
But I have dreadfully changed.
Perhaps my spiritual character is
withered by no fault of my own;
it has suffered because of the arid
I desert which is the world in which
j it lives.
I have been so busy in the com-
petitive struggle (my cloaks and
suits, my caps and pants.) True,
II am about the same sort of fel-
low as the non-Jews around me.
I moved and ground coarse by the
same forces, with no more spiritual
character than they.
I am only a better salesman than
they. If that were a good reason
for staying Jewish, I should feel
that my problem was solved. No,
I might say, I shall not take Dr.
Jedermann's drug which may so de-
Judaize me as to take even this
superior salesmanship from me.
For the sake of being a good sales-
man I shall continue to endure tho
pains of being a Jew.
But, it seems to me, If t am to
go on as a Jew, I must have a
better reason than that.
If I could find again the way of
life tjiat once led me to the spirit-
ual elevation that is called God,
it would be worth-while to keep on
being Jewish- if I could again serve
as a luminous spirit showing the
way in the current darkness; if I
could so elevate my character that
whatever stones were thrown 1
would stand above them; if I coul I
again look like an authentic broth-
er of prophets instead of the ludi-
crous caricature of myself that I
the Jew am.
In the absence of such justifi-
cation I feel inclined to take Dr.
Jedermann's dejudazing drug; but
again I hesitate and instead write
to Dr. Jedermann.
My dear Dr. Jedermann: Your
drug received and its great value
noted. Certainly, something of its
nature seems present to be the only
cure for the Jewish pain. They
contain suicide for the Jew and I
am ready to take them when It is
made certain that all means of
making Jewish life worth while
have been exhausted.
I am proposing, therefore, that
before Jews take your remedy for
the healing of all Jewish pain, our
best minds (of all the various
houses of Israel) prepare a declar-
ation on the meaning of being Jew-
ish; a re-statement of Jewish puv-
ipose: What a Jew lives for. By
; what means a Jew may justify his
being in the world as a Jew.
We have insisted on our right
j to live, but know not why to live.
The right to live as a nuisance to
j one's self and to other people is
not to be defended.
Even without your drug, my dear
Dr. Jedermann, intelligent Jews
will in no long time seek to escape
from the fate of being Jewish They
will ask, What sense does it make
to keep on leading Jewish lifefor
this pain, for this endless defense,
for this doubtful virtue of being
good salesmen?
Intelligent Jews will demand an
answer to this question, and in tho
[absence of a satisfying answer they
will seek their own ways to am-
nesia.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1938
Jacksonville Notes
The regular monthly meeting of
the Daughters of Israel was held
last Wednesday afternoon in the
auditorium of the Jacksonville Jew-
ish Center. Following the regular
business session a social hour was
enjoyed.
It was announced that Mrs. Sam
Witten and Mrs. H. Bromberg will
be chairmen of a tournament bridge
to begin In Febrhary in the audi-
torium of the Jewish Center. All
desiring to enter the tournament
are requested to get in touch with
either Mrs. Bromberg or Mrs.
Witten. The proceeds of the events
will be used for a beneficial cause
designated by the Daughters of
Israel.
0RAYN00
"OUR LIGHT "
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
1012 HARWELL STREET ORLANDO, FLA.
WELCOME ZUKERMAN
At a time when the Jewish scene in Europe is rapidly
changing for the worse it is imperative that Jewish public
opinion in this country be kept informed of what is hap-
pening and why. No man is better qualified to serve as
the eyes and ears of American Jewry in Europe than Wil-
liam Zukerman, the eminent foreign correspondent, who
has been manager of the European bureau of the Jewish
Morning Journal since 1920. For nearly two decades he
ha* watched Jewish developments and has reported them
with rare understanding and sympathy. Writing with
authority and sincerity, yet with the courage not to flinch
from telling an unpleasant truth whenever the situation
called for it, Mr. Zukerman has become recognized as per-
haps the ablest Jewish correspondent in Europe. His views
have often evoked controversy and even attacks upon him
but bis sincerity and ability have never beet questioned
even by tho*e who disagree with him.
It is because of his great reputation that we are proud
to announce that Mr. Zukerman will henceforth be a regu-
lar weekly contributor to this publication. Each week
we shall bring you one of his timely, informative and tren-
chant articles. Mr. Zukerman is no stranger to the Eng-
lish-Jewish press but in recent years his writings have
appeared in The Nation, Harper's Magazine, Scribner's
Current Hi'tory, the London Fortnightly Review, Contem-
porary Review and Quarterly Review. In welcoming him
back to a permanent association with the English-Jewish
press we feel confident that Mr. Zukerman *s coverage of
Jewish happening^ abroad will do much to shed light on
the increasingly critical situation overseas.
Mr. anl Mrs. L. P. Lippman an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Mary Frances, to Irving
Levin. The wedding will take
place in June.
Miss Lippman is a graduate of
Robert E. Lee High School and
studied medical technology in New
York City. Mr. Levin is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. O. Levin of this
city. He is a native of Connecticut
and attended Boston University be-
fore coming to Jacksonville several
years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Lippman will be
at home to their friends from 4
to 6 o'clock next Sunday in their
home on Myra Street honoring the
young couple.
The Business and Professional
Women's Division of Hadassah held
its regular meeting last Tuesday
in the Seminole Hotel.
Miss Miriam Carter, chairman of
the program committee, presented
the third of a series of speakers
from Senior Hadassah which was
Mrs. D. H. Lasarow, president of
the local chapter of Senior Hadas-
sah.
TffiamL
TLoieA,
Now that the big rush is over
and the "Parade of Stars" some-
thing to be enrolled as a work of
fidelity to Y. M H. A. Ideals
more than two thousand dollars In
sight as net profit from the affair,
the gala banquet at the Alamac
soon to thank those really respon-
sible for the success will be truly
deserved by those to be honored.
When the glad news comes offi-
cially of the purchase of the build-
ing In the rear which will round
out a square lot for the Y, the next
hit of work will be tha choice of
a Y. director .... it's about time
we buckle down and show our
gratitude to the Jewish community
for their continued support .
by beginning real constructive
work, culturally, educationally, co-
operatively -------the Y. can do it
, we must
WILL do it!
resolve that we
Complaints against permitting
the use of the Y. name for selfish
purposes, politically or otherwise
for personal business gains are be-
ing heard .... there's no doubt
that these things should be avoid-
ed.
Life members of the Y- can real-
ly make the Y. the VITAL. LIFE
FACTOR In the Jewish community
that it should be .... by putting
their life into the work of the Y.
. here's hoping they will real-
ize that mere enrolling as a life
member is not sufficient.....
How about a little encouragement
in some concrete way for the
youngsters of the T.....these
boys and girls deserve more than
a mere friendly, gesture .they
merit our whole-hearted, active,
unstinted support.
Junior Division of Y to Hold Dance
Miss Thelma Oroper, dance chair-
man, announces that the Moonlight
Dance sponsored by the Junior
Division of the Y will be held this
Sunday evening, February sth, at
9 p. m. The feature of this dance
Is the "No Date" which means that
New officers will be installed
during a celebration In observance
of the tenth anniversary of the
Jacksonville Jewish Center at 7 p.
m., Sunday. February 6, In the
Center Auditorium, Rabbi Morris
D. Margolis announced.
An elaborate program of enter-
tainment Is being arranged by^ a
committee in charge, and a num-
ber of outstanding local and out-
of-town speakers are scheduled to
address the gathering. Max Rubin,
retiring president, will act as toast-
master, and Rabbi Margolis will be
the installing offcer.
The committee In charge of tho
affair Is headed by I. M. Lteber-
man, chairman; and Hyman Sel
ber, co-chairman. Other members
include: Joseph Hackel, B. Berko
vltz, O. Magezls, Mrs. Joseph Hac-
kel, Miss Ethel Joel, Mrs. M. Wcx-
ler, Mrs. O. Margol and Mrs. G.
Levin.
Reservations may be made by
communicating with members of
the committee or the Jewish Cen-
ter office.
both boys and girls are supposed
to come alone. Admission charged
will be thirty-five cents per person.
Dave Traeger and his orchestra
will furnish the music for the eve-
ning. All boys and girls are cor-
dially Invited to attend as the pro-
ceeds of this affair will be donated
to a worthy cause-
Following the dance the Junior
Division of the Y will give an all
day picnic at Qreynolds' Park on
February 13th and all members and
their friends are Invited to attend.
Transportation will be provided for
those wshlng It and the truck will
leave the Y grounds at 10 o'clock
sharp. AH those who are going to
attend are requested to bring their
own lunches and to meet promptly
at the Y on Sunday morning.
Friday Night Services
Friday evening services will be
at 8 p. m. an usual. This week's
sermon will be "The Hebrew Uni-
versity." Neal Wittenstein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wittenstein,
will conduct the Hebrew part of
the services, assisted by selected
boys from the Hebrew School.
Shabos Services
Due to the constantly increasing
attendance at the Orthodox servic-
es on Shabos morning, the Rabbi
will continue hi talks on the Por-
tion of the week. This Saturday
the Rabbi will take his text from
the Sedrah "Trumah," and speak
on the theme, "Modern Offerings
to Modern Gods." Neal Witten-
stein, son of Mr. and Mrs- Morris
Wittenstein, will be Bar Mltzvah
Saturday morning and Mr. Witten-
stein will conduct the morning ser-
I vices, Neal will speak in Hebrew
I and in English in a short address
j to the congregation. There will be
a special Kiddish following the
services.
Tenth Annual Banquet
Our banquet was held Sunday
night. Promptly at 6.15 dinner
was served and its preparation well
attended to by Mrs. Ben Salomon
and her committee.
Many stirring and memorable
speeches were made by Rabbi Mor-
ris A. Skop; Rabbi Wm- Witten-
stein; former president B. J. Co-
Ihen; Mr. Lou Wolly; Mr. J. K.
Wolf, our new president; Mrs. Nat
Berman; Judge Hy Roth and Mrs
Ben Salomon.
Ex-President B. J. Cohen was
presented with a gift, as a token
of appreciation of his services. Af-
ter a stirring speech by Mr. Lou
Wolly, donations were made by in-
dividuals of the congregation to-
talling close to two thousand dol-
lars.
Youth Forum
The topic of discussion for next
Wednesday night will be "Short-
comings of Reform Judaism." The
group will continue its readings in
the text, "Greater Judaism." Plans
will be completed for the first so-
cial evening of this group to be
held on February 13 In the vestry
rooms of the Synagogue-
Junior League
At next Sunday's session of the
Junior League Group, the long
awaited text books, "The Story of
the Jew by Levinger," will be dis
tributed by the School Board chair-
man, Mr*. Gustave Bear.
B'Nai B'rlth
Next Tuesday evening will mark
the installation of the local B'Nai
B'rith. Mr. Barney J. Cohen, new-
ly elected president, will announce
the appointment of his committees.
Florida Sanltorium
Some ten Jewish guests of the
Florida Sanltorium here In Orlando
attended the tenth annual banquet.
In reciprocation for Interest shown
by them to the Orlando Jewish
community and our capable Rabbi
Skop, the Rabbi plans to inaugu-
rate Friday night Kiddish services
at sundown wth a possible monthly
Shabos dinner for the Jewish res-
idents.
Religious School News
This coming Sunday during the
assembly exercises there will be a
special treat in store for our chil-
dren, and adults Mr. William
Wolf, an Internationa! traveler,
who is in Orlando after a trip to
Palestine, Egypt and Syria, will
tell of his first-time experiences
with Arabs, his visit to the colonies
where Chalutzlm and German ref-
ugees are living, and his experienc-
es in a Jewish community in Egypt.
He will show pictures of the fam-
ous "Taj Mahal" in India. Every-
one is welcome at this special as-
sembly which begins promptly at
11 a. m.
With the Rabbi
During the past week the Rabbi
was invited to speak at the Con-
cord Methodist Church as the guest
of Rev. and Mrs. Brantley- The
Rabbi also spoke on Jewish cus-
toms and ceremonies before the
young people's group and the chil-
dren at the church. The Rabbi also
was the guest of Mrs. Harry Bald-
win at the Winter Garden Rotary
Club luncheon.
We welcome back our students
from the University of Florida at
Gainesville. Included In this group
are: Meyer Segal, George Wolly
and others-
Also we welcome Mrs. Naomi
Berger from her recent sojourn in
Miami Beach.
Mrs. J. Schwartz, of Boston.
Mass., and niece of Mrs. Sol Wit-
tenstein, is a guest in this city.
Messrs. Prince and Ted Jackson,
of Boston, N. Y-, are now perma-
nent residents here.
Mo. and Mrs. Abe Caro, of Bos-
ton, Mass., are house guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Shapiro.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Sideman. of
Lawrence, Mass., are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Lefkowitz.
Mr. George Meyer, of New Yirk.
is visiting his sister, Mrs. Louis
Baum.
Mrs. H- Mellow, of Brooklyn, is
visiting her son, Mr. Jay Jules
Mellow.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobs and
daughter, Rita, of Philadelphia, Pa.,
are guests of Mrs- A. Bornsteln of
Clermont. I
Mrs. J. Meltzer, of New York, Is
at the Shader residence.
Mrs. Olga Worth, of New York, is
visiting her cousin, Mrs. Birdie
Weiner.
PATHETIC PLIGHT
(Continued from Page One)
Mincing no words, Rabbi Brick
ner, representing as he said,
"clients who had none else to speak
for them," plead with Miami Jewry
aa those who must ultimately act
as a Jury to let their "hearts" be
their guides" and with a dramatic
"hearts are trumps" he concluded
his passioned appeal for help. Six-
ty-six responded with a little more
than five thousand dollars and
many volunteered to serve as a
committee to contact the rest of
the community so that Miami's
quota of 125,000 would be raised
within the two weeks.
Last Sunday night at Miami
Beach, Rabbi Philip Bernstein ad-
dressed a meeting of Miami Beach
Jews at the Atlantis Hotel and
Baron de Hlrsch Meyer, chairman
of the Miami Beach division presid-
ed. Considerable funds were rais-
ed and the announcement was
made that more than thirteen thou-
sand dollars of the twenty-five
thousand dollars for Miami Beach
had been pledged. The campaign
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE NINE
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
of MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
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
At the regular services this Fri-
day evening, February 4th, 1938,
at 8:15 p. m. the Bar Mitzvah cele-
bration of George W. Brantman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob W.
Ilrantman, of Long Beach, L. I.,
will be held. The sermon will be
given by Rabbi Colman A. Zwlt-
man, and the services will be con-
ducted by Dr. Jacob EL Kaplan. A
reception for guests and members
of the congregation will be given
after the services.
The Sisterhood hostesses for last
Friday evening's reception were:
Mrs. Harry Geist, Mrs. Henry Levy,
Mrs. E. Max Goldstein, Mrs. Elry
Stone, Mrs. H. H. Miller. Mrs.
Louis Wolfson, Mrs. J. Simpson
and Mrs. J. G. Lewis.
Dinner Dance
This is the final notice about the
annual gala event, which the Tem-
ple will hold at the McFadden-
Deauville, on Wednesday evening,
February 9th, 1938 at 8:00 o'clock.
Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, chairman
there Is no finality in Jewish arti-
cles of faith. Articles of faith
have been formulated by various
men in Israel at different times,
none have been accepted by all
Jews at all times, and others have
been changed and enlarged with
changing and enlarging knowl-
edge."
Rabbi Zwitman: "The reason why
Judaism never insisted upon a fin-
al credo, is inherent in the very
nature of Rabbinic thought. A
great English author once remark-
ed that the true health of a man
is to have a soul without being
aware of it. In a similar way, the
Rabbis seem to have thought that
the true health of a religion Is to
have a theology without being
aware of it. With God as a real-
ity, revelation as a fact, the Torah
as a rule of life, and the hope of
redemption as a most vivid expec-
tation, the Rabbis felt no need for
formulating their dogmas into a
creed, which, as once was remark-
ed by a great theologian, is re-
peated not because we believe, but
that we may believe. I would con-
clude then, that definite princi-
of the affair, announced this week I D,e8 of falth were not- rigidly form-
that the nationally famous Bob u,ated because they were taken
Nolan's orchestra will furnish the
dance music and the accompani-
ment for the splendid stage show.
In addition to the regular Deauville
Revue, outstanding stage stars who
are visiting in the Miami area, wll
enhance the festivities. Reserva-
tions at $5.00 per person may be
made at the Temple office, phone
2-7745.
Radio Broadcast
for granted: they were self-evident
in Judaism."
We invite our members and
friends to listen to this hour. This
coming Sunday, February 6th, 1938,
Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak on
"Ethics as a Basis of Jewish Life."
The time of the broadcast will be
5:00 p. m. This time, however,
holds true only for the February
Gth, broadcast. On subsequent
Sundays, the Jewish Hour will be
The Jewish Hour, which may be
heard over Station WIOD every, heard at 3:3 p- m-
Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p. in..
Is presented by all of, the Rabbis
of Greater Miami. Last Sunday
afternoon. January 30th, 1938, Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman presented the second
Sisterhood Birthday Luncheon
The annual Birthday Luncheon
of the Temple Israel Sisterhood
will be held at the Fleetwood Hang-
ar, on Monday, February 7th. 1938,
at 12:30 p. m. Tickets may be ob-
in a series of addresses on Jewish talned from the slsterhood commit.
Theology. Excerpto from the dis
cussion follow:
Dr. Kaplan: "Religion seeks a
good God and a good human life
shared by all human beings. Faith
makes statements about God and
about a good life, which we call
doctrines. Now Jews have recog-
nized from the very beginning, that
no statement that we make about
God or about life, can be final,
because as we grow older and wis-
er and better informed, we shall
know more about God and His
universe than we did before. Hence,
it is the very strength of glory of
Judaism to be able to say, "We
believe that today, but we also be-
lieve that ns God reveals Himself
to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob by
the name God Almighty, and to
Moses, by the name Yahveh, so in
the onward sweep of time it may
please Him to reveal Himself to
us in larger and finer terms be-
cause of larger and finer under-
standing." That's why we say
tee, of which Mrs. Henry D. Wil-
liams is chairman.
Yahrzeita
At this Friday evening service,
Yahrzeit of Albert Isadore Adler,
will be commemorated.
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BRIEFS
Starting on tne new administra-
tion with a bang, genial president
Elry Stone ably backed by the
new officers has arranged for a
gala business meeting on Tuesday
evening, February 8, beginning at
8 o'clock, at Beth David Hall. Isl-
dor Zukernick, enervetic attirney
and public worker will deliver
what we are sure will be a very
interesting on "Abraham Lincoln."
A cordial invitation to all B'Nai
B'rith members and friends is ex-
tended.
XXX
So you may not sleep on the job,
don't forbet it's your opportunity
right now to do your friend a real
favor.....save him five dollars
while affording him the opportuni-
ty of joining an organization worth
while.....this is the last week
that the initiation fee will be
waived .... get on the job, Ben
liriths!
XXX
Shall we or shall we not move
from our present quarters is wor-
rying a lot of the members .
this too, will be decided at next
Tuesday's meeting.
XXX
The Alamac Hotel at Miami
Beach will be the scene of Al. Pal-
lot's up to the minute celebration
of Washington's Birthday conclud-
ing a week of active entertainment
for Miami Jewry, on Wednesday
evening, February 23. Al. won't
tell all the details .... keep the
date open.....
XXX
President Stone will announce
"cabinet" appointments to all im-
portant Lodge committee at next
Tuesday's meetinb. Tailors will not
benefit because there will be no
special uniforms needed. Perhaps
President Stone may consider you
for some of this choice patronage if
you really promise to work con-
scientiously for the Lodge.
XXX
So that all may know B'nai
B'rith is definitely committed to
the establishment of a Jewish
homeland in Palestine as is evi-
denced by the payment of the sec-
ond annual installment for the
"Nachlas Cohen," the colony that
will bear Alfred M. Cohen's name.
XXX
Maybe Rudy Adler can be per-
suaded to have the recording of
Leo Eisensteln's community sing-
ing at the last banquet and Elry
Stone's speech, presented at the
next meeting.
THE FLAOLER
CHALLENGE CUP
A new feature at the West Flag-
ler Kennel Club, along the lines
of the Futurity and the Nursery
stakes, begun Monday, is bringing
tremendous crowds.
Sixteen dogs were entered with
the first elimination Monday night,
the second Tuesday night,' the
third Thursday night, and the
fourth Friday night. Two are eli-
minated each night and when the1
finals are staged February 9 four
dogs will go into the classic.
While the cold spell held down
the attendance slightly the indica-
tions are that Flagler will exper-
ience its greatest year. The mu-
tuel play will far exceed that of
last year thus showing the popu-
larity of the downtown oval which
is only ten minutes from anywhere
in Miami.
West Flagler demands the best
greyhounds. Mediocre greyhounds
are not accepted and the result is
that West Flagler has the fastest
and the best greyhounds in the
country. Dogs like Court Jester.
Big Laddie. Reba Nell, Mountain
Mist. Tempest, Real Command.
Goodie Goodie Boy, Famt, Miami
Moon and hundreds of others give
the fans the supreme thrill in grey-
hound racing.
With such famous dogs and with
the marvelous improvements made
at Flagler this year, the reason for
Flagler's popularity can easily be
the quinielas this year have been
seen. Both the daily double and
exceptionally large. A night sel-
dom passes without several quin-
ielas paying two and three hundred
dollars.
One of the big innovations at
Flaglar has been the Flagler Foto
finish. Two high speed movie
cameras are used to catch tho
dogs at the finish wire. Threo
views of the finish are shown.
Firsi as the dogs approach the
wire, at the wire and after they
pass it.
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THE JEWISH FLORIOIAN
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 4. W>%
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
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cal aad lecslti
day afternoon Rabbi Keltser will
talk In Yiddish about 4 :.':; p. m.
Habanoth Group
The girls In blue ar.-l white are
sponsoring an evening of play and
entertainment for Sunday night.
February 20. This affair will take
place in the Y. M. H. A. auditorium
and the net proceeds will be do-
nated for a most worthy cause.
Beard of Directors Meet
A report of great Importance
will be rendered by the Building
committee of the congregation on
Monday night. February 7. Nego-
tiation are about to be completed
for the purchase of a suitable lot
which It is planned to erect
a Talmud Torah building and even-
tually a new Synagogue.
Tep- C .:
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[feet will be served af-.e.- the
^s. Las; Ssiday Mrs. H.
the breekfa-"-
Natjona; Leader Honored
The LaePai Anfltary of the Mia-
sel iewteh I Congregation
wffl ioncr Mrs. Peihart S.
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:ix Jewish CongregatiOB* of
iamilfe A reception In her honor
ll plaaaoi (Of Sunday night. Febru-
ary <*-..; n:. In the main
Byaasjostae
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tad Ri ihaai a. KeJbser will
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expre peetlag *fJ
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Ms, by one
r-ting the
.-hoods
hoods
and the local branches cf National
'.Vo.T.en's Groups. An interesting
ran is also being ar-
ranged Bad after the official greet-
ings a committee of the Ladles
Auxiliary will gerre refreshments.
A most cordial invitation la ex-
tended to come and honor this out-
standing personality In American
, Jewish life a* well as to hear a
message of great importance from
both Mrs. Goldstein as well as from
I her distinguished husband. Rabbi
Herbert S. Goldstein, who i'
Rabbi of the Institutional
Synagogue. Profe'sor of Homiletics
at the Yeshlva College and Honor-
ary President of the Union of Or-
thodox Jewish Congregations of
America.
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her brother and sister-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Markowitz.
Mrs. E. Zimmerman, of Atlanta,
is visiting with her daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Pen
nen. Mrs. Zimmerman will remain
in Tampa for several weeks.
a welner roast at Rocky Point on
Tuesday afternoon. Those attend-
ing were Miss Dorothy Rosenfarb,
Miss Esta Argintar, Miss Edith
Elozary, Miss Helen Peretzman
Miss Millie Kotler, Rabbi A. Bur-
ger. Herbert Feinberg, Irving Her-
schovitz, Arthur Hyman and Albert
Aronovitz.
Newly elected officers sure Albert
Aronovitz, president; Bernice Ich-
all, secretary and Dorothy Rosen-
The Tampa Chapter of the Ju-
nior Hadassah held their regular
monthly meeting at the Hotel Flor-
idian. Tuesday night. Plans were
discussed and completed for a Scav-
enger Hunt to be given for mem-
bers and their escorts. The hunt
will take place Wednesday night.
February 9. The parties will meet
at the home of Mrs. Jay Marko-
witz. Refreshments will be served
and dancing will be enjoyed by all
Prizes will be awarded the winners.
Plans for the annual Donnor Din-
ner Dance to be held in May have
begun. The Donnor Dinner Dance
will be held at the Hotel Flori-
dian. The exact date will be an-
nounced at a later date.
Upon the resignation of Miss
Doris Magld, Mrs. Jay Markowitz
has been elected Hadassah reporter
Mrs. Dave Pennan. president,
had as her guest at the meeting,
her mother, Mrs. E. Zimmerman, of
Atlanta. Ge.
Election of officers will be held
at the next meeting of the Junior
Hanassah, which will be held Feb-
ruary 22, at the Florldian Hotel.
The Saturday morning club gave
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Ser4
JEWISH AGENCY SPENT
$1,407,764 TO COLONIZE
JEWS IN PALESTINE
Washington, D. C, (WNS)A
statistical survey made public by
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, retiring nat-
ional chairman of the United Pal-
estine Appeal, disclosed that since
the advent of the Hitler regime
40,000 German Jews entered Pales-
tine. During that period the Jew-
ish Agency spent $1,407,764 to fac-
ilitate the Immigration and coloni-
sation of German Jews in Pales-
tine. The report alao stated that
world Jewry had contributed $53,-
000,000 In public funds ($31,000,-
000 to the Palestine Foundation and
$22,000,000 to the Jewish National
Fund) since the Issuance of the
Balfour Declaration.
Of this sum American Jewry
contributed $19,000,000 ($13,715,000
to the Foundation Fund and over
$5,000,000 to the National Fund.)
For the year ending October 1,
1937, the Jewish Agency's Income
came to $2,350,000, of which $635,-
980 went for agricultural settle-
ment, $216,690,000 for colonization
of German Jews, $324,725 for hous-
ing and public works, $255,135 for
Immigration, $175,545 for education
and $477,200 for security.
During the past year 17 new ag-
ricultural settlements were estab-
lished on an area of 8,750 acres.
MRS. GOLDMAN ELECTED
(Continued from Page 5)
urer; Mrs. Edgar Mendelson of
Clnclnnatti, recording secretary
and Mrs. Herman B. Levine of
West Englewood, N. J., financial
secretary-
By its decision to raise $250,000
tor the German Jewish children's
project the Council pledged itself
"to accept full obligation" for a
program previously administered by
the German-Jewish Children's Aid
Committee, Inc. The convention
also went on record as favoring
measures to permit discretionary
action In dealing with deserving
cases of aliens and legislation to
grant citizenship tl aliens other-
wise qualified but hitherto denied
citizenship because of their refusal
on conscientious grounds to parti-
cipate in war. The convention op-
posed measures providing for fin-
gerprints and .registration of aliens
as such.
The Council also adopted resolu-
tions favoring revision of the neu-
trality laws, approving the trade
agreements program, advocating
nationalization of the munitions in-
dustry, endorsing the World Court
as an Instrument contributory to
the settlement of internalonal con-
roversies, opposig compulsory mil-
itary training in civilian schools
and colleges and both compulsory
or optional training, in secondary
schools, reaffirming its conviction
that the United States become a
member if the League of Nations
on the basis of its committments
under the Pact of Paris, condemn
ing any form of conscription for
foreign wars, urging establishment
of a permanent disarmament com
mission, a determined effort by the
United States to achieve a general
disarmament convention under
which all armaments would be re-
duced and military and naval air-
craft abolished, and substantial re-
duction In military and naval ap-
propriations, and recommending the
formulation of a national defense
policy containing an adequate defi-
nition of the term national defense
In regard to continental United
States,, insular and territorial pos-
sessions and protection of the In-
terests of nationals In foreign lands
Burdine 's presents the
beach skirt... a Sunshine
Fashion steadily growing
in favor .... as grace-
ful as an evening dress.
Shown in a Heim print
with more than a dozen
different shades and col-
ors. Done in Everfast
Sanforized-Shrunk B e n-
galette and smocked to fit
as snugly about the hips
as the stripes on a barber'8
pole. This beach skirt is
part of a 4-piece strip-
tease beach ensemble that
includes two halters (short
for swimming, long for
sunning), and pleated
shorts. A Sunshine Fash-
ion from Burdine'8
SEES YIDDISH WORDS AND
EXPRESSION INFLUENCING
USE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
New York, (WNS) Yiddish
words and expressions are begin-
ning to have such a great Influence
on English as spoken by Ameri-
cans that teachers in the schools
will have to begin elucidating Yld
dishisms, Prof. A. A. Roback of
Boston declares In an article on
Yiddish influences on the American
language appearing in the Febru-
Professor Roback cites are "schnor-
Among the words and expressions
Professor Robeck cites are "schnor-
rer," "mezuma," "gefilte fish,"
"flnlf," "ganlf," the song hit "Bel
Mir Blst Du Schoen," "I Should
Worry," "lsh kabbible," "kibitzer,"
"believe me," "and how," "so
what!," "don't ask," "kosher,"
"zaftig." Professor Roback points
out that the word "schnozzle" Is a
combination of the Yiddish
"8hnobble" and the English "noz-
zle," and that the phrase "son of
a gun" originates from the Yiddish-
Oriental curse, "son of a thief,"
"gun," deriving from "ganlf," the
Yiddish word for thief.
ASK HARVARD TO GIVE
BRANDEIS HONOR DEGREE
Boston, (WNS) An honorary
doctorate of laws from Harvard
University Is being sought for Su-
preme Court Justice Louis D. Bran-
dels, one of Harvard's most cele-
brated graduates. A committee of
prominent attorneys launched the
move with a series of letters to
Dr. Roger I. Lee, chairman of the
Harvard Corporation sub-commit-
tee on honorary degrees.
LIGHTS FROM SHADOWLAND
Irving Cummings, veteran direc-
tor of many exceptionally fine pho-
toplays, Is in possession of a new
long-term contract with 20th Cen-
tury. Cummings is returning to
the studios In Beverly Hills where
he directed such well-recalled pic-
tures as "The White Parade," "In
Old Arizona," and "The Cisco Kid."
His recent films include "Vogues of
1938" made by Walter Winger, and
Universal's "Merry-Go? Round of
193S" made by Walter Wanger, and
Top" His first 20th Century as-
signment will be to direct Shirley
Temple In "The Little Lady of
Broadway."J. Edward Broniberg
started the new year by having
a new contract offered to him by
20th Century-Fox which will keep
him In Hollywood for a third year.
Two years ago Bromberg was play-
ing in New York's Group Theatre
when he was lured into the mov-
ies. While with the latter stage
group he won the critics' award
of the year for his portrayal of
the role of Dr. Hichberg In "Men
in White." You may recall Brom-
berg's performances In such films
as "Second Honeymoon," "Seventh
Heaven," "Girls' Dormitory," and
"The Crime of Dr. Forbes."A new
long term contract and one of the
most Important assignments of the
movie season is the cause for the
wide smile covering the face of
the distinguished composer, 8ig-
mund Romberg. MGM has given
him the contract and placed him
In full charge of music for "Balal-
aika," European stage success.
Lawrence Weingarten will produce
the film. Romberg, composer of
"The Student Prince," "Maytlme,"
and other musical hits of the sea-
son, came to Hollywood and MGM
to compose "The Night Is Young,"
with Oscar Hammersteln, III, and
returned after a New York engage-
ment to work on "Maytlme" He
is now handling the musical end
of "The Girl of the Golden West."
Vice President Jack L. Warner
of Warner Bros, studiis has assign-
ed Edward Selzer, former publicity
director of the studio to a new po-
sition as head of the trailer depart-
ment. Sandy Abrahams, formerly
in charge of the latter department,
will continue as Selzer'a assistant.
Robert Taplinger recently gave up
his extensive and profitable radio
publicity business to become studio
publicity director at Warner's.
Sophie Tucker's Birthday
Sophie Tucker, who celebrated
her 30 years In vaudeville, night
clubs and radio by becoming a mo-
tion picture actress, had a birthday
last week. She Invited 150 guests
to help her take proper note of the
occasion. Mlsa Tucker Is being
groomed for stardom by MGM pro-
ducers because of her successful
debut in pictures.
Miss Tucker Is used to working
for everything he gets and she
has come all the way from a kitch-
en helper's Job in her father's hole-
ln-the wall restaurant In Bridge-
port, Conn., to the position of being
a king's favorite by that method.
Sophie was born on a ship some
500 miles at sea from Odessa, Rus-
sia, where her parents resided
After coming to the U- S. A., her
family settled in HartfordShe
was 16 at the time, a stout girl and
had a voice that could be heard
quite a distanceIt was that voice
that changed her from a "woman
without a country" to an "Inter-
national citizen," beloved by peo-
ple of all nations for her singing
and charityMiss Tucker had no
opportunity to study voice training
while working In the restaurant
where her day began at 4 a. m.
Before she was off to school she
prepared food in the kitchen, swept
the floor and set the tablesHer
voice lessons consisted of calling
out orders for gefuelte fish and
noodle soupOne day the Howard
Brothers of Vaudeville fame came
into the restaurant and hearing
her yell out orders, told her she
could really singThey were only
kidding, but she believed every-
thing they told herThat is how
her desire to become an actress
and a singer developedWith $5.00
in her purse and a million dollars
worth of confidence and hope in
her heart, she started out for New
York and fameAfter many long
years of struggling as a cafe sing-
er, then as a vaudeville entertainer
and later an engagement with Zieg-
fleld Follies, she became an inter-
national star.Copyright 1938 by;
Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. t
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 193^
CAN ROUMANIAN JEWRY
ESCAPE GERMANY'S FATE?
Two View* of a Critical Situation
-By WILLIAM ZUKERMAN-
With this first of a series of two-
had five years' use? Besides, In
what other way could Roumania
manifest its solidarity with Nazi
Germany at present without openly
breaking with France and Eng-
land? What other sacrifice except
that of the S00.000 Jews could she
offer as a token of her new faith?
I No other brutality and flagrant
breach of treaty would pass with
articles analyzing the Jewish sit- been boring from within to under-|]egg protegl Tne world has be-
uation in Rourr.ana we re-introduce mine the foundation of French and come inured t0 jewish suffering
an old contributor to Seven Art Allied influence. Huge sums of durlng tne last half decade. A mil-1
;re Syndicate publications. Mr. money have been spent on propa- )jon JeWf more or jess, what
Zukerman, the noted American ganda and organization. Newspa- that matter*
Jewish correspondent, has been iers were founded; private armies Jhe g]oom wh,ch has descended!
r< porting the Jewish scene in Eu- were organized; parties were s"b- upon European Jewries with the 1
rope lino manager of the. sidized; leaders were bought; announcement of the formation off
bureau of the Jewish nationalistic movements were bol- the Goga-Cuza Government is there j
Morning Journal. He has been alstered up and Roumanian social fQre quUe undergtandai,ie. It was
frequent contributor to important and political life was demoralized and gtjll )g qujte reasonaDie for a
licala here and abroad. His as it had not been since the great
bare often evoked contro- War. No other country in Europe
but his sin-. is as susceptible to such demoral-
great many Jews in Europe I ex-
pect that the new Roumanian gov-
ernment would immediately Intro-
cerltyand the authority with which| ization as Roumania. Bribery ^ dm,e the Aryan paragraph would
rit.-s hare never been ques-| Roumania's national voice. Every
tion<-d We a.-e proud to announce government official from the low-
eliminate Jewish doctors, lawyers.
arti-ts and other professionals from
that Mr. /.ukerman. an honest and > est to the highest expects and re-1 (neir posltlong would proclaim lh..
rtial Observer, will be a regu-
lar weekly contributor to The Jew-
iloridian.
One of the more Important effects
ol Nazism on Jewish life has been
that it has narrowed thought and
turned it, as it were, into a single
groove. Five years of the cruellest
persecution in modern history have
bad a greater effect on Jews psy-
chologically than economically and!
politically Nazi Germany has
come to hang like a (loud over our,
mental horizon, invisibly permeat-j
jng our thoughts and Influencing
even our reasoning itself. We see1
Nazi Germany everywhere, spread!
like an octopus all over the world.)
particularly In Europe. Every BJu-l
ropean country, at least East of
the Rhine, Is following the Nazi
footsteps, potentially if not actually
And once they start on the Nazi
road, they traverse every inch of
ground that Germany did; they in-
troduce the same anti-Jewish laws,
use the same anti-Jewish methods,
indulge In the same orgy of Jewish
hatred for Its own sake, which end
in the same results. The five ter-
rible years ol the Nazi regime have
celves a bribe in one form or an
DR. ALEXANDER MARX
Librarian, Jewish Theological
Seminary
other (usually only In one form.)
It Is an .evil which Roumania has
inherited from centuries of sub-
mission to the old Turkish regime.
This evil made Roumania a mer-
lett such a profound ImpressionI cenary in the great War to be j countries bordering on Roumania
Upon us that we see almost every bought almost at auction at the' rushed to close their frontiers to
Nuremberg racial laws, would drive
I out the Jews from industiy and
! commerce, and would generally im-
j itate in every way the Nazi policy
in Germany.
To strengthen these fears, the
Goga-Cuza Government began its
1 rule with a barrage of anti-Semitic
publicity which had all the ear-
marks of the Nazi propaganda ma-
chine upon it. The young Cuza is-
sued a decree forbidding Jew, to
j employ Roumanian girls as serv-
ants; an order was issued forbid-
ding Jews to work on the land, to
engage in business in villages, to
own inns or to engage in the liquor
trade; an attempt was made to
eliminate all Jews from the legal
profession, and that ridiculous cry
was raised that at least a million
(out of the 800,000) Jews in Rou-
mania, were aliens who had sneak-
ed into the country by fraud, and
were therefore to be deported
The typical Nazi cry that the Jews
were a foreign element in the
country and must be made to emi-
grate was raised with even greater
noise and exaggerations than in
Germany with the result that all
Rabbi Jonah B. Wise to Lead J.D.C.
Nat'l Drive for $5,100,000 in 1938
Gov. Henry Horner of
Illinois Is Elected
An Honorary Chairman
subsequent step in history as a
repetition of Nazism. All over Eu-
iee writ large for the
Jews: Aryanism, Nuremberg. Laws,
boycott, restriction, segregation,
chande and exile.
When therefore recent events In
Roumania broke loose upon a sur-
prised world, the first tendency of
European Jewry was to expect not
only a second act of the Nazi trag-
edy, but a repetition of the first
act on a larger scale. One must
admit that a good many facts of
the situation have justified such
expectation even without the psy-
i hologlcal predisposition.
For there Is not the slightest
doubt that the Goga-Cuza upheaval
In Roumania has been Inspired, dl-
I and even financed from No wonder, therefore, that a vic-
Oermany. Newspaper conespon-.tory of Nazi influence in Roumania
dents who had followed events in'has aroused Jewish fears and
Roumania before the election knew; alarm. What more natural than
of it ami warned the Jewish and that Roumania. once bribed over
non-JewUb world of its coming, it to a political rapprochement with
was no, merely that both Qoga and Nad-Germany, should follow the
CUSS pr< loUSly w-nt tO Germany steps Of Nazi and an-i Semitic pol-
and were received by Hitler, but icy? is It not the simplest wayt
the entire trend of pre-electionI The easiest way? The Nazis have
events In Roumania itself was blazed the path of anti-Semitism
such thai it showed unmistakable until it has become a broad blgh-
Slgni Of dominant Nazi influence, way upon which it is fashionable
'I he considerable German minority to travel. During the five vears of
In Roumania has always exerted a their regime, the Nazis have ac-
highe-t bid. This evil has also j the 'invasion' of the Jewish
made Roumania succumb to Nazi gees. What better proof was there
influence now. There is nothing j that Roumania was following the
else in the present so-called up- Nazi road in every detail? And that
heaval In Roumania than that. Roumanian Jewry must prepare for
But Nazi influence is invariably a fate identical to that of German
expressed in an anti-Semitic policy Jewry?
such as is now being practiced'in | This view of the Roumanian sit-
Germany- Not that Nazi foreign
policy is concentrated merely on
anti-Semitism. German diplomacy
is more realistic than that; it has
much bigger aims in Roumania and
In other countries than the intro-
duction of anti-Jewish laws. But
anti-Semitism has proved to be a
convenient screen behind which
those blggei objectives can hide,
and the Third Reich has adopted
it as its Coat of Arms, as it were.
uatlon was therefore widely accept-
ed among European Jews in the
early days of the Goga-Cuza Gov-
ernment. It prevails among many
even now and, as we have seen.
not without good reasons. Hut there
is another view of the situation;
one less despairing and not less
Two leading spirits of the national
campaign for 85,100,000 during 1938
which the American Jewish Joint Dis-
tribution Committee is conducting in
behalf of needy Jews in central and
eastern Europe are shown here in the
Srsons of (from left to right) Governor
enry Horner, of Illinois, newly elected
an honorary chairman of the campaign,
and Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, of New York,
newly elected chairman.
The picture was taken after Got.
Homer's address to the Plan and Scope
Committee which met in St. Louis on
Sunday, January 23rd, at which time
the national quota of the J. D. C. was
jet, and campaign officers, and Plan and
Scope committee members were elected.
Denouncing tyranny abroad which
denies liberty to the people, Gov. Hornar
aid: "We must-have courage to go on
helping our brethren. We have been
carrying on the efforts of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee for almost 25
years. We honor the leaders who have
guided us in the past. From them we
have learned that there is nothing un-
conquerable in human life. So while
our task is a heavy one, let us never be
discouraged."
Officers of the 1938 national campaign
of the J. D. C, elected at this meeting:
National Chairman: Rabbi Jonah B
Wise, New York; Honorary Chairmen:
{Jr. Cyrus Adler, Philadelphia. Max
tpstein Chicago; Hon. Henry Horner,
Spnngfield; Louis E. Kirstein. Boston;
Hon. Herbert H. Lehman, New York;
lames N. Rosenberg, New York; Hon.
\vxaL S>,i.Sn *>ncisco; and Aaron
V aldneim, St. Louis.
Co-Chairmen: Paul Baerwald, New
York; William Rosenwald, Greenwich;
and William J. Shroder, Cincinnati.
Vice-Chairmen: James H. Becker,
Chicago; Leon Falk, Jr., Pittsburgh-
Salmon P. Halle, Cleveland; Harold
Hirsch, Atlanta; Albert H. Lieberman.
Philadelphia; and Meyer L Prentis*
Detroit; Treasurer: Sidney Lansburgh,'
Baltimore;Secretary: Joseph C. Hyman'
New York; Comptroller: Morris C
Troper, New York; Campaign Director:
Isidor Coons, New York; Director of
Public Information: Herbert J. Selig-
mann, New York.
Junior Division: Mrs. Myron S. Falk,
Jr., New York, Chairman; Miss Lois
Hollander, Pittsburgh, Associate Chair-
man.
Plan and Scope Committee: Carl J.
Austrian, New York; George Backer,
New York; Louis Bamberger, Newark;
David M. Bressler, New York; Abe
Bronfman, Montreal; Amoa S. Deinard,
Minneapolis; G. A. Efroymson, Indian-
apolis; Louis Ehrlich, Kansas Citv;
Aaron M. Frank, Portland, Ore.; I. Edwin
Goldwasser, New York; David E. Har-
lem, Denver; lack Israel, Oklahoma
City; Donald Kaffenburgh, Hartford;
Alexander Kahn, New Yerk; E. I. Kauf-
mann, Washington, D. C; Sol Kline,
Chicago; and Richard Lang, Seattle.
Also, Leo Lehman, Pittsburgh: Lee J.
Loventhal, Nashville; Solomon Lowen-
stein. New York; Herbert Mallinson,
Dallas; Charles W. Morris, Louisville;
Hon. Isaac Pacht, Los Angeles; Aaron S.
Rauh, St. Louis; Charles Rosen, New
Orleans; Jerome J. Rothschild, Phila-
delphia; Simon Sakowitz, Houston; E. J.
Schanfarbcr, Columbus; William H.
Schwarzschild, Richmond; Mendel B.
Silberberg, Los Angeles; Nathan M.
Stein, Milwaukee; Eugene Warner,
Buffalo; and Henry Wineman, Detroit;
and national campaign officers ex-
officio.
justified than the other. It is a
view based more on the facts of
Roumanian reality than on the log-
ic of Nazi diplomacy and on the
natural fears dictated by the pres-
ent state of mind of European
great influence on Roumanian rul-
ing classes and on the Government.
customed the world to accept Medi-
eval persecution of the Jews with-
(Incidentally, if there really is a out action or even protest, as If it
hmioal minority in Roumania were a matter of course, an accept-
which controls Roumanian life In ed form of Nazi usage which re-
its own Interests, it certainly is
the German )
Since the rise of the Nazi regime,
particularly during the last two
years, that influence has grown.
German diplomacy has concentrat-
ed on Roumania as
spectable diplomacy must accept
as the Hitler salute, the Nuremberg
congresses and the rest. Why
should any country, particularly if
it acts under the inspiration and
direction of Germany, not follow
on a former the same path in every detail' Whv
stronghold and with the aid of the! should it seek a new road. If the
influential German minority has, one built by the Nazis has already
Brotherhood leaders in this picture have
Jewry.
(In a second article to be pub-
lished next week Mr. Zukermaii
will present the viewpoint of those
who believe Roumania must not of
necessity follow in every way in
the path marked out by Germany )
Copyright 1938 by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate.
wide n. r. t. B. M^pi;r;hvrof ,he nation-
pression, Recent enthusias!, "p tso,IfmS V^ '"i^ '*
cate that more than a thousand membersh.p growth indi-
short space of ^Z"" % t IT^lT *" ^ '" ""
Arthur L. Reinhart, of Cincinnati n^Zf^^ "^ ('e,,)
Albert F. Meck.enburger of Chicago 'tir.n "Cre,ary' and
ing. (left) Arthur Straus. 0f Chicago ch m TTT1 ^
Number 1, and Me. Marshall, president 1.T Pain ****
Brotherhood, Milwaukee. N > PTr"'dent of Emanuel-B'Nal Je.hurun
ioan Hebrew Congregations and' Hnk. ST! Vhe1Un'0n f Am.r-
Synagogue, throughout the United .SL.J."^**' f Libe"
PLAIN TALK
(Continued from Page 5)
The answer must be given sim-
ply, not clothed in the profundities
in Which reverend doctors like to
conceal thought, if any. It must
he a new and vigorous restatement
"f Jewish philosophy and purpose.
When given it must be taken up
and taught as a Jewish way of life
taught not in unheard temple ser-
mons but in a vibrant crusade, in
B campaign of Jewish revival-
When we find something to live
for as Jews it will not hurt us so
much to be pogrommed. But it
must be a great pain to be po-
grommed Just for having been too
Rood a salesman.
In the meantime, my dear doctor.
I shall save your capsules against
the time when (and if) all mean-
"res to make Jewish life worth
living have failed.
I subnit this to the consideration
of all the houses of Israelthe
house of Reform, the house of
Conservatism, the house of Or-
thodoxy and all their divisions.


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1938 THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN EEATURETTES Pago Five THE WORLD'S WINDOW -By LUDWIQ LEWISOHN-%  %  — — %  -" — The vlew expretied by LudO wig Lewlsohn In his column me hit own and do not necessarily reflect the policies or attitude of our publication. Reproduction In whole or In part strictly forbidden. In his charming book on the Jewish Legion in the World War Vladimir Jabotinsky tells an admirable anecdote. He had gone to Spain to see Max Nordau who had been forced to withdraw thence from his Parisian home. With the ardor of Youth Jabotinsky explained to Nordau his theory of the Westernization of the near Bast (in a good and high sense, of course) through its re-settlement by the Jewish people. "The old master," Jabotinsky writes, answered me with a profound saying, of which the whole significance dawned on me later. 'That, my young friend, is logic, and logic is a Greek art; the Jews will have none of it. The Jew never learns from reason; he learns from catastrophes. He never buys an umbrella when the skies are cloudy; he waits till he is soaked to the .••kin and runs a temperature. Then he bethinks himself that he had better buy an umbrella.'" Well, you can hardly say today that the skies are cloudy. The tempest has broken out. The tempest has broken out everywhere. There Is an handful of Jews In Ecuador. That handful Is threatened with expulsion. Let us not say: Ah, but it is because they were supposed to go on the land and did not. How could European Jews fight that portentlous Jungle, that "green death." of which so much has been lately told us. How could they? Perhaps they had to agree to do so for the sake of refuge. And could not. But who forced them to seek refuge on any terms? So-called Christendom. Remember your unfathomly profound and unfathomably Jewish Talmudic passage: Even when a righteous man persecutes an unrighteous man— still is God on the side of the persecuted. Well, we are hardly the unrighteous of the haggadlc definition. We are the persecuted. What will now happen to the million of our people In Roumania? According to latest reports a small group of Jewish citizens of pre-war Roumania are offereh a partial immunity if they will repudiate for themselves the minority rights ALFRED M. COHEN International President of B'nal B'rlth, who will retire next May after 13 years of service. guaranteed in the war treaties and repudiate and throw to the mob those fellow Jews who never asked to become Roumanian but were handed over to Roumania with the Hungarian and Russian provinces (Bessarabia) which were the Roumanian swag for war participation. Can a morally fouler situation be imagined Thugs get swag for being thugs. Their fellow-thugs make them promise to use certain methods in the use of the swag. Now the thugs say: We shall do as we like. This swag has foreign ele ments In it. Down with those foreign elements; Have Jews in the whole course of their history fallen so low, The answer is no:—an unequivocal No. Never mind the promptings of your escapist selfhatred, good Jews, like those of the genuinely fine and high-minded gentlemen who wrote me about the Jews in Mexico and made the plea for the Mexican government or, rather, for certain forces in Mexico that the Jews there too had not gone on the land but into business and had in business used methods to which the innocent Mexicans were unaccustomed. Doubtless, doubtlessBut wby are these Polish and Roumanian Jews In Mexico at all? Because they were persecuted; because they were driven forth; because they needed bread for themselves and their wives and children; because the very earth was burning under their feet. Even the young, the strong, the valiant, the Ideologically prepared went on the land successfully even in Eretz Ylsrael only with the help and under the guidance of the World Zionist movement and had first to find the co-operative techniques by which they could successfully battle with stubborn soil and heat and beast and man! How do you expect poor families from Byalistok or Minsk or Pinsk to farm in Mexico. All Jewish accusations against Jews today are pure and adulterated and bitter escapist mechanisms, Masochistic mechanisms, mechanisms of self-hatred. Nothing else. The thing goes so far that there may be papers which will not print this article of mine in order not to give Its readers pain in order not to disturb them in their precarious complacency, In order to let them keep the blinkers on their eyes. But God is on the side of the persecuted and my tongue would wither did I not speak out, did I not cry out! Ecuador, Mexico, Brazil, Rouminla, Poland, Germany —where next? What next? And once more, once more, What are you doing, Jews of America. Canada, England, France, South Africa—but especially Jews of America? You are as yet doing nothing compared to the need and the tragedy. The Jewish people, the whole Jewish people is embattled, Is fighting for Its life, for its very life! You give a little money. A very few, mostly poor men like myself, give a little time, heart, soul, strength. When will you rise up, all the wealthy men and women and all the learned and cultured and all members of all honorable professions and all men (Continued on Page Six) MRS. GOLDMAN ELECTED PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN Pittsburgh, (Wns—The National Council of Jewish Womep pledged itself to raise $250,000 for the German Jewish Children's Aid during the next three years in a resolution adopted at the closing session, of the 15th triennial convention. Mrs. Maurice L. Goldman of PLAIN TALK New York was elected president to succeed Mrs. Arthur Brln of Minneapolis. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Brln, honorary vicepresident; Mrs. Joseph MWelt of Detroit, 1st vice-president; Mrs. Aleaxnder Wolf of Washington, D. C, 2nd vice-president; Mrs. Jacob L Langsdorf of Philadelphia, treas(Continued on Page Seven) J. D. C. ADOPTS $5,100,000 AS ITS QUOTA FOR 1938 St. Louis, (WNS)—A national quota of $5,100,000 for 1938 was adopted by the Joint Distribution Committee for the relief and reconstruclon of Jews overseas after a meeing of the plan and scope committee had heard Dr. liernhard Kahn, European director of the J. D. C. report that attacks upon Jews in European countries constitute one of the gravest threats not only to Jews, but to humanity, that American aid represented the primary hope of millions of Jews to survive. The 1938 campaign will be directed by Rabbi Jonah B. Wise of New York, who was elected national chairman after serving as co-chairman since 1931. .By AL SEGAI B'NAI BRITH TO EXTEND ACTIVITIES TO SOUTH AFRICA AND CUBA New Orleans, (WNS)—The B'nal B'ntlv has obtained complete data on 103 of the 200 anti-Semitic organizations it has found operating in the United States and Canada, incomplete data on 97, Richard Gutstadt, director of the Anti-Defamation League, reported to the annual meeting of the B'nai B'rlth executive committee. He said the order had been forced to increase its activities in fighting antiSemitism during 1937, the Anti-Defamaton League having handled 750 cases. Alfred M. Cohen, president, reported continued progress in all branches of the organization's activities, including increased membership and the contemplated establishment of lodges in Cuba and South Africa. A net increase of 17 lodges and 18auxlliaries was recorded. Maurice Bisgyer, executive secretary, reported that American members of the order had sent $30,000 to their distressed German brethren. This is the third week since 1 began to consider the merits of dejudlne—the drug discovered by Professor Hugo Jedermann, the exiled German Jewish chemist. This drgu is designed to turn Jews into AryganB and cause them to forget they ever were Jews. Professor Jeiermann sent me a sample to try on myself; thus to help toward a solution of the Jewish problem which Dr. Jedermann believes can be solved by elimination of Jews (with the aid of his drug which creates Aryans chemiically.) Three weeks I have pondered upon the matter. to take dejudine or not to take it Certainly, it is no use to keep on being a Jew to fight anti-Semites, to struggle for crumbs of Justice, to be a fellow who clings to shadows, afraid of rishuB. I was at the point of taking Dr. Jedermann's drug and committing suicide as a Jew and becoming an Aryan (provided the drug did to me what It did so succesfully to guinea pigs.) But my old habit of being a Jew restrained me with admonitions: I was thinking of dying as a Jew; yet I had scarcely begun to live as one. Why not try living, But all that contains spiriual implications which I, the Jew, don't understand anymore. I used to have a luminous spiritual nature. By my light 1 discovered the spiriual complex that is called God. By it, in former times, I found a way of life that ascended toward the stars. I was kinsman of the stars. It didn't matter much then that I was reviled; it mattered no more than it does to the sars that a foolish man spits at them. I had brothers who were prophets. Their preaching of peace and Justice still is bright even In the darkness of today's world. There was one of them who was called Jesus. He brought new light to the old teaching. Even today he remains one immutable fact in a confused and changing wirld; a constant star in the darkness. If I, the Jew, still walked on the high road that was given me, I would have good reason to reject Dr. Jedermann's dejudazing drug. I could not then doubt that 1 had cause to keeb on living. The revilements of anti-Semitism could not hurt me on my high place; I would be a luminous spirit, lonely perhaps, still despised perhaps, but I would have something to live for. I would be living as one true to himself; I would be living as one whose unique character gave a gleam in the darknessBut I have dreadfully changed. Perhaps my spiritual character is withered by no fault of my own; it has suffered because of the arid I desert which is the world in which j it lives. I have been so busy in the competitive struggle (my cloaks and suits, my caps and pants.) True, II am about the same sort of fellow as the non-Jews around me. I moved and ground coarse by the same forces, with no more spiritual character than they. I am only a better salesman than they. If that were a good reason for staying Jewish, I should feel that my problem was solved. No, I might say, I shall not take Dr. Jedermann's drug which may so deJudaize me as to take even this superior salesmanship from me. For the sake of being a good salesman I shall continue to endure tho pains of being a Jew. But, it seems to me, If T am to go on as a Jew, I must have a better reason than that. If I could find again the way of life tjiat once led me to the spiritual elevation that is called God, it would be worth-while to keep on being Jewishif I could again serve as a luminous spirit showing the way in the current darkness; if I could so elevate my character that whatever stones were thrown 1 would stand above them; if I coul I again look like an authentic brother of prophets instead of the ludicrous caricature of myself that I the Jew am. In the absence of such justification I feel inclined to take Dr. Jedermann's dejudazing drug; but again I hesitate and instead write to Dr. Jedermann. My dear Dr. Jedermann: Your drug received and its great value noted. Certainly, something of its nature seems present to be the only cure for the Jewish pain. They contain suicide for the Jew and I am ready to take them when It is made certain that all means of making Jewish life worth while have been exhausted. I am proposing, therefore, that before Jews take your remedy for the healing of all Jewish pain, our best minds (of all the various houses of Israel) prepare a declaration on the meaning of being Jewish; a re-statement of Jewish puvipose: What a Jew lives for. By ; what means a Jew may justify his being in the world as a Jew. We have insisted on our right j to live, but know not why to live. The right to live as a nuisance to j one's self and to other people is not to be defended. Even without your drug, my dear Dr. Jedermann, intelligent Jews will in no long time seek to escape from the fate of being Jewish They will ask, What sense does it make to keep on leading Jewish life—for this pain, for this endless defense, for this doubtful virtue of being good salesmen? Intelligent Jews will demand an answer to this question, and in tho [absence of a satisfying answer they will seek their own ways to amnesia. (Continued on Page Eight) SHOLOM ASCH Notea Jewish novelist, who entered a Vienna Hospital for treatment this week.



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Ser4 JEWISH AGENCY SPENT $1,407,764 TO COLONIZE JEWS IN PALESTINE Washington, D. C, (WNS)—A statistical survey made public by Dr. Stephen S. Wise, retiring national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, disclosed that since the advent of the Hitler regime 40,000 German Jews entered Palestine. During that period the Jewish Agency spent $1,407,764 to facilitate the Immigration and colonisation of German Jews in Palestine. The report alao stated that world Jewry had contributed $53,000,000 In public funds ($31,000,000 to the Palestine Foundation and $22,000,000 to the Jewish National Fund) since the Issuance of the Balfour Declaration. Of this sum American Jewry contributed $19,000,000 ($13,715,000 to the Foundation Fund and over $5,000,000 to the National Fund.) For the year ending October 1, 1937, the Jewish Agency's Income came to $2,350,000, of which $635,980 went for agricultural settlement, $216,690,000 for colonization of German Jews, $324,725 for housing and public works, $255,135 for Immigration, $175,545 for education and $477,200 for security. During the past year 17 new agricultural settlements were established on an area of 8,750 acres. MRS. GOLDMAN ELECTED (Continued from Page 5) urer; Mrs. Edgar Mendelson of Clnclnnatti, recording secretary and Mrs. Herman B. Levine of West Englewood, N. J., financial secretaryBy its decision to raise $250,000 tor the German Jewish children's project the Council pledged itself "to accept full obligation" for a program previously administered by the German-Jewish Children's Aid Committee, Inc. The convention also went on record as favoring measures to permit discretionary action In dealing with deserving cases of aliens and legislation to grant citizenship tl aliens otherwise qualified but hitherto denied citizenship because of their refusal on conscientious grounds to participate in war. The convention opposed measures providing for fingerprints and .registration of aliens as such. The Council also adopted resolutions favoring revision of the neutrality laws, approving the trade agreements program, advocating nationalization of the munitions industry, endorsing the World Court as an Instrument contributory to the settlement of internalonal conroversies, opposig compulsory military training in civilian schools and colleges and both compulsory or optional training, in secondary schools, reaffirming its conviction that the United States become a member if the League of Nations on the basis of its committments under the Pact of Paris, condemn ing any form of conscription for foreign wars, urging establishment of a permanent disarmament com mission, a determined effort by the United States to achieve a general disarmament convention under which all armaments would be reduced and military and naval aircraft abolished, and substantial reduction In military and naval appropriations, and recommending the formulation of a national defense policy containing an adequate definition of the term national defense In regard to continental United States,, insular and territorial possessions and protection of the Interests of nationals In foreign lands Burdine 's presents the beach skirt... a Sunshine Fashion steadily growing in favor .... as graceful as an evening dress. Shown in a Heim print •with more than a dozen different shades and colors. Done in Everfast Sanforized-Shrunk B e ngalette and smocked to fit as snugly about the hips as the stripes on a barber' 8 pole. This beach skirt is part of a 4-piece striptease beach ensemble that includes two halters (short for swimming, long for sunning), and pleated shorts. A Sunshine Fashion from Burdine' 8 SEES YIDDISH WORDS AND EXPRESSION INFLUENCING USE ENGLISH LANGUAGE New York, (WNS) — Yiddish words and expressions are beginning to have such a great Influence on English as spoken by Americans that teachers in the schools will have to begin elucidating Yld dishisms, Prof. A. A. Roback of Boston declares In an article on Yiddish influences on the American language appearing in the FebruProfessor Roback cites are "schnorAmong the words and expressions Professor Robeck cites are "schnorrer," "mezuma," "gefilte fish," "flnlf," "ganlf," the song hit "Bel Mir Blst Du Schoen," "I Should Worry," "lsh kabbible," "kibitzer," "believe me," "and how," "so what!," "don't ask," "kosher," "zaftig." Professor Roback points out that the word "schnozzle" Is a combination of the Yiddish "8hnobble" and the English "nozzle," and that the phrase "son of a gun" originates from the YiddishOriental curse, "son of a thief," "gun," deriving from "ganlf," the Yiddish word for thief. ASK HARVARD TO GIVE BRANDEIS HONOR DEGREE Boston, (WNS) — An honorary doctorate of laws from Harvard University Is being sought for Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandels, one of Harvard's most celebrated graduates. A committee of prominent attorneys launched the move with a series of letters to Dr. Roger I. Lee, chairman of the Harvard Corporation sub-committee on honorary degrees. LIGHTS FROM SHAD O W L A N D Irving Cummings, veteran director of many exceptionally fine photoplays, Is in possession of a new long-term contract with 20th Century. Cummings is returning to the studios In Beverly Hills where he directed such well-recalled pictures as "The White Parade," "In Old Arizona," and "The Cisco Kid." His recent films include "Vogues of 1938" made by Walter Winger, and Universal's "Merry-Go? Round of 193S" made by Walter Wanger, and Top" His first 20th Century assignment will be to direct Shirley Temple In "The Little Lady of Broadway."—J. Edward Broniberg started the new year by having a new contract offered to him by 20th Century-Fox which will keep him In Hollywood for a third year. Two years ago Bromberg was playing in New York's Group Theatre when he was lured into the movies. While with the latter stage group he won the critics' award of the year for his portrayal of the role of Dr. Hichberg In "Men in White." You may recall Bromberg's performances In such films as "Second Honeymoon," "Seventh Heaven," "Girls' Dormitory," and "The Crime of Dr. Forbes."—A new long term contract and one of the most Important assignments of the movie season is the cause for the wide smile covering the face of the distinguished composer, 8igmund Romberg. MGM has given him the contract and placed him In full charge of music for "Balalaika," European stage success. Lawrence Weingarten will produce the film. Romberg, composer of "The Student Prince," "Maytlme," and other musical hits of the season, came to Hollywood and MGM to compose "The Night Is Young," with Oscar Hammersteln, III, and returned after a New York engagement to work on "Maytlme" He is now handling the musical end of "The Girl of the Golden West." —Vice President Jack L. Warner of Warner Bros, studiis has assigned Edward Selzer, former publicity director of the studio to a new position as head of the trailer department. Sandy Abrahams, formerly in charge of the latter department, will continue as Selzer'a assistant. Robert Taplinger recently gave up his extensive and profitable radio publicity business to become studio publicity director at Warner's. Sophie Tucker's Birthday Sophie Tucker, who celebrated her 30 years In vaudeville, night clubs and radio by becoming a motion picture actress, had a birthday last week. She Invited 150 guests to help her take proper note of the occasion. Mlsa Tucker Is being groomed for stardom by MGM producers because of her successful debut in pictures. Miss Tucker Is used to working for everything he gets and she has come all the way from a kitchen helper's Job in her father's holeln-the wall restaurant In Bridgeport, Conn., to the position of being a king's favorite by that method. Sophie was born on a ship some 500 miles at sea from Odessa, Russia, where her parents resided— After coming to the US. A., her family settled in Hartford—She was 16 at the time, a stout girl and had a voice that could be heard quite a distance—It was that voice that changed her from a "woman without a country" to an "International citizen," beloved by people of all nations for her singing and charity—Miss Tucker had no opportunity to study voice training while working In the restaurant where her day began at 4 a. m.— Before she was off to school she prepared food in the kitchen, swept the floor and set the tables—Her voice lessons consisted of calling out orders for gefuelte fish and noodle soup—One day the Howard Brothers of Vaudeville fame came into the restaurant and hearing her yell out orders, told her she could really sing—They were only kidding, but she believed everything they told her—That is how her desire to become an actress and a singer developed—With $5.00 in her purse and a million dollars worth of confidence and hope in her heart, she started out for New York and fame—After many long years of struggling as a cafe singer, then as a vaudeville entertainer and later an engagement with Ziegfleld Follies, she became an international star.—Copyright 1938 by; Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. t ~—



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIOIAN FRIDAY. ART 4, 193? I O'is S-a:>=j: •--t He d Tie One* gfcabbss. or % %  : Bsstassssh %  -i-t '--' %  %  = *"•• r. irj a: ".i* 7.;-rf -I to 4 p. I be Sir* >f*BMI il %  •• ? : J MOM* Mesei Mn .". M :z :•--. %  topic the :. II the %  %  I the :-. :-14 at 2 p vtrgad to Bttcatf. • %  • V'IU i' Mian laadler, : %  Milwa ire visiting In M iam. is • %  ; I: %  .' H irrj They will • I ||| ithe M • • • Junior Leag.e Meets f l .'%  • %  '. Israel art '}". %  %  ;-_-:. \' Aronoviu ;.-'Irley Levy, D : thy :. la BOC: lener, treasurer; and the membership committee : Lew re Levy tr.d Mar* Zukerman. Sponsoring this league • % %  MaxCantor, Marion Stein, B. J. Wagner and Arthur SI oat. Refreshments are i and Qg and an entertaining program are presented at every meeting. The public is invited to attend these meetings • • • Sorority to Sponsor Theatre Benefit The Iota XI Sorority wfl] sponsor at the Tower Theatre on March 5 and 10 and the ft be Married an Artist." V Naomi Grossman and Miss Bebe Feinberg. co-chairmen of the af;air. announce that tickets are available from any member of the i:y and all friends are urged I : %  tickets. Details o* the affair will be announced in a later • • • • Annex Sorority Holds Meeting The last meeting of the Annex Sorority was held last Tuesday afternoon at the home of Edith Shier. t >l r SB! CII1TT Le' SCENES AT THE RECENT Y.M. H. A. -PARADE OF STARS : ta • ;-•_ W-. fi Wrv La-ry Morris and aunt. Center: Leo Robinson and Manna ZuceaRight: a-; W-s. J:S. M. L pter, E. A oePa st. Miss Heien Lipton and Leo Robinson. :-: cH-cers c* '—e :• %  =-;; ; .-...:.-.Graaav ni ::.-i i. :. • : r. ; :.: • • • Iz'.'z V, ntsr He-e eathaJ of RockTille Centre X. V ar-r D I who has won s< • • • Entertains at Bridge Jeanettc 7. .. %  • : last M nday eveDing la h( DOI of Mr. I Mn Een I Col mbai Neb. Prizes -. I y Mn Tell< r and Harry r.ding were Mr. link Sam Katz. Mrs. Anna Godman, Mrs. J. Kimmelman. Mrs F. LaxarowltZ, Mrs. Sher, Mrs. Sylvii Mrs. Frances Teller B I Mrs. J. Simon. • • • Jewish Artists tc Appear Isa B brated Jewish of folk songs and Ivan Baslanist of note, will be in a concert of fo'.k songs Odd Fellows Hall. N. W. 2nd' • and Fourth street on Tuesday erenlng, February 15, beginning at 8:80 o'clock. The concert 1 will be given under the auspices of the Workmen's Circle. Miami Branch. The following program will be presented. Group 1 Ballade F—Chopin Ivan Basilevsky Group 2 • Shir Avoda—Labor Song of Pal•—Bialik. Bel der Arbet; Tunger Setzer— Labor Songs of Jews of Soviet Russia. Kattarina—Italian Folk Song. Tea Sir—Old English. Pionerskaya—Marching Song o Soviet Russia. MIAMI BEACH: Ritter'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 Isa Kramer G-;jp 3 7.-.V .-rcond Minuet—English Orel Tiasjelach; Farvos—Children = : %  -.. % %  -. qoerc—Spenish-ArgenUae, Ml bBtonlm—0 I : %  .-... Wed-. z. —Old Russian P< isa Kramer Group 4 v gnena—Ernes) L Iran -•:;. Group 5 A M Lll :ntain Folk Song. Pro Disks (by request) Soviet ils Song. Port a Cl Lechaem. Rebeniu—Chassidic Songs. Isa Kremer Tea To Be Given hers of the Miami Jewish er Women's organization will entertain at a tea Sunday evenin?. try 6 at 6:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Goldman. 210 First street, Miami Beach, which al! women are cordially invited to attend. Those who are interested in the Workmen and Poalei Zion movements in Palestine are asked to cooperate. • • • Civic Projeett Urged J. B Lemon, director of public recreation for Miami Beach, as guest speaker at the meeting of the Civic League of Miami Beach las'. Tuesday urged serious thonght be given to the erection of a municipal auditorium, and the allocation of part of the advertising appropriation of the city for summer tourist business. In an address tracing the growth of the city and particularly what has been done to attract visitors through recreation facilities Mr. Lemon urged greater civic interest on the part of the organization Mr. Carl Gardner, president, presided. A business V Serviru/ M Florida's Finest American-Jewish Dinner" ST. REGIS RESTAURANT •446 COLLIN/ AVE. AAIANM • lit ACH meeting that followed the dinner and address developed interesting US ion and the support of a pack cub under the auspices of zanization. The next meeting will be held on February 15 and will be addressed by Joe Copps, head cf the Miami Beach pu: burea • • • Council Hears Report .'. i | :ty mee'ir.g of members and r : hers listeni with great to the report of Mrs. Ralph lent of the M D of the National Council of about the Fifteenth Triennial ( n held in Pittsf.-om which she recently returned. A new resolution of the National Council was adopted for the undertaking of the sole assistance of the German Jewish Children's Aid for the coming three years with a minimum budget of $250,000. Mrs. Neufeld announced that the new regime of officers of the National Council will be headed by Mrs. Maurice Goldman, of New York, as president. The Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women voted to contribute to the United Jewish Campaign, the Jewish Welfare and the Orphan's Home in Atlanta. • • • Leaves For New. York Mrs. M. Blutstein, wife of the late Wolf Blutstein, former Gabbi of Beth David Congregation, anl who has served Beth David faithfully for many years, u leaving Sunday morning for her home in York City. see Return from Honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Peter Silverman. whose marriage was a recent event have returned from their honeymoon trip to New Orleans, La. They will be pleased to have all their friends visit them at their home 1520 S. W. Fifth streetMrs. Silverman was the former Miss Ruth Drevich. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Drevich. DR. SAMUEL BECKMAN i Naturopathic Physician announces the opening of I his office at 1070 S. W. 1st STREET Phone 3-6.")12 SUPERFLOUS HAIR :. %  ..;.%  MADAME RAE Lin : %  it I i : • PLAZA THEATRE MIAMI BEACH, SOUTH PHONE 5-2302 Return Engagement By Popular Demand PAUL MUNI in "THE LIFE OF EMILE ZOLA" i —4 Burdine's MIAMI MIAMI BEACH AT BOTH STORES. MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH For Your Valentine Crystalized Fruit Beautifully designed heart-shaped basket, filled with delicious pieces to delight your Valentine. Also Various Other Sizes. SHELLED PECANS IN BASKETS 50c to .. $4-50 MIAMI STORE, STREET FLOOR



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%  PAGE TEN THE JEWISH FLORIOIAN FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 4. W>% MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. 3rd Strew* ABRAHAM A. EXLLNXB. Rabbi PABB'S RESIDENCE: S" 5W. -.3th Ccurt; P*s Ml CERTIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY ^* % %  nnuomPDlTinN ANTi PAT. SCHEDULE OF tERVieCt M i". : a. ~; MfeftCSs* tl 1 Murtr, li %  mtw altar i-;i*_ >a'-b lrrif : Friday malBtj '. 1:1 ; %  Hit'ir(iij —'.TL.Z.l z-: i M a-; Satn.-day aferxooE *• ill p. m. FSa/ £.-; Bern ;es %  oC protV I J.D. C ud the P A %  it the wal sttli CfeATil the Law. %  peaks *•. least %  .::.-,' %  .-: %  ant nhjecc trooa %  Biblical .. cal aad lecslti day afternoon Rabbi Keltser will talk In Yiddish about 4 :.':;• p. m. Habanoth Group The girls In blue ar.-l white are sponsoring an evening of play and entertainment for Sunday night. February 20. This affair will take place in the Y. M. H. A. auditorium and the net proceeds will be donated for a most worthy cause. Beard of Directors Meet A report of great Importance will be rendered by the Building committee of the congregation on Monday night. February 7. Negotiation are about to be completed for the purchase of a suitable lot which It is planned to erect a Talmud Torah building and eventually a new Synagogue. TepC .: kBM =~ : -.. %  .-.%  .: %  ... ai lead:--. A-.r-ii.i=: A K uraaceaMMi tad Ri ihaai A. KeJbser will I Brief expre peetlag *fJ : M. Drrrleh, preeMs, by one r-ting the .-hoods %  hoods and the local branches cf National '.Vo.T.en's Groups. An interesting ran is also being arranged Bad after the official greetings a committee of the Ladles Auxiliary will gerre refreshments. A most cordial invitation la extended to come and honor this outstanding personality In American Jewish life a* well as to hear a message of great importance from both Mrs. Goldstein as well as from I her distinguished husband. Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein, who i' Rabbi of the Institutional Synagogue. Profe'sor of Homiletics at the Yeshlva College and Honorary President of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. ATTRACTIONS THE AQUARIUM A". E.' %  %  %  : %  —— :.v | -, COHI T< L*8 br J4 N %  •< % %  ----'-• LOCKSMITHS CHIROPODISTS %  -1TH BT. DR. MART CXI AT ::: X. E ..=.• r>:_ A-l GVJJ AND KLl BHI -P MATTRESS RENOVATING *nails, FTLLLKG STATIONS BAJDEB : • rAl: S ,.-.— Price* rta* 11 Work .-. % %  --..—: \-* '--'RELIABLE MATTRESS CO., v.. sterilise BenoTate end Dpboleter. r nd ttt*r. 1-day service. 15 S. >>. OFFICE SEE VICE RADIOS REPAIRED—Me. Plus Pa-t. WHILE YOU WAIT. Why pay n Guaranteed 1 year. Call anywh---; tstimates free: no play, no pay. \v sale Radio Co.. 14 8. W. 2nd A.e. Phona 2-2MO. Established 1914. BEAL ESTATE METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Residential and apartment loans. ;, E Low rates. Mi a m i. Miiraa Beach. Prompt Service W. STANLEY DODO CO. 34 Eiscayne Blvd. Phone Z--~. % R00FINO HATHAWAY ROOFING CO 1234 H. W. 17th Ave. Phone Large or small jobs. Work guarir FLOOR FINISHING FLOOR FINISHING %  28 YEARS EXPERIENCE HENRY FRITZ 543 S W ..' -• %  • % %  FPICE service for mimeo. : ii _• addr*i: rates for social zril ... \ J ne Ar%  \\ SCHOOLS OPTICIAN FLORISTS EXOTIC GARDENS. INC. Flagler end Br:dgePhone S-l :----4:. Bearh Phor'-.; — Road. Office tttt N W. l*th Avenue. Phor.e 2-1106.—Fir.rst .-. mer.t of Fresh Cut Flowers ;r. Miami. r:/>WER.= FOR ALL, OCCASIONS WIRED ANTWHERE FURNITURE REPAIRING FT'RXITfRE repairing and reflnlshlng. Do not take chances with Inferior craftsmen. Only the finest of work done. For a real Job call 4-1501. Estimates given free. Vlsgon Co., Inc.. 477: S W. 5th Bt. LAND8CAPING SOILS DR. LEONARD W. HASKIN -• GLASSES 141 N E P %  • St. ELT AIR COXD1TH CONVENIENT TERMS ORNAMENTAL IRON ORATIVE HOUSE NUMBERS PULLEN METAL r-R.\FTSMEN—SCREEN DOORS—ORNAMENTAL IRON ft. E. 7>th St. Fhone 7-15S5 PAINTING PAINTING and Roofing by licensed Contractor. First class work, reas1 onable. For estimate phone 4-2244— Etswiler. :<:? Ponce DeLeon, Coral Gables ETZWILER ROOFING end PAINTING COMPANY PAINTING-DECORATING Tampa Notes Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Eilverberg and daughter, Miss Evelyn Silverberg. of Chicago, are guests at the Embassy Hotel In Tarr.;.a. They plan to remain in Tampa until April. Miss Hilda Golden, of Atlanta, who has been the guest of her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Isaac-. son. has left for Miami, where she will be the guest of relatives and friends for several weeks before returning to her home. PULVERIZED toil, muck, ms mixed, also cow P B-vx C. Oables. Ph Agent will call. No charge for estimate^ LANDSCAPING AND MAINTENE. r : '-.;. and Sod. Palms and Bbnibben Fen L B*ds. S %  • : i for lawn dressing. MELROSE NURSERY 4 SOILS CO. 2741 N. W. J7th Ave. Phones 3-SS11— 2--612 Ph. L. S. Tovmsend 2-6803 18*4 g, ".v -h:rd Street Painting, g, Waterproofing LICENSED—INSURED— RELIABLE PLUMBING A. L. MERRIFIHI.Ii Plumbing and Gas Fitting Repairs and Septic Tank Work All Work Guaranteed -". TEARS' experience: large and small Installations. Ill N. E. 2"th St. Phone 3-3S32. ALLEGRO FOR BOYS AND GIRLS THE ONLY OCEANFRONT SCHOOL '< 'R classes, accredited te • ers. sports and cultural pros. -.ifts: meals, transported nurse: hoarding or students. Ph. 5-20J7. 40M COLLINS AVE—MIAMI BEACH .ETE stenlgraphic. eecrsl and accounting courses. XI National Association Accredited C : Schools. MIAMI BUSINESS COLLEGE Phon 2-3W 111 8. Miami A-. SEPTIC TANKS PRE-CAST TESTED SEPTIC TANKS Installations. Repairs. Drain L.ne* Clean Outs. O'NEAL SEPTIC TA VK CO—Specialists. Tel. J-S701—414' N. W. 2nd Ave. Night and Sunday -ills3-40>. SEWING MACHINES ALL MAKES, repaired by factor ex. pert. II.SO up; parts for all machines. Used machines sold and rented. Boiarth's 5400 Biscayne BlvV— Phont7-1415. STOVE REPAIRING GAS. OIL. GASOLINE STOVEwater heaters bv experienced n:en. Efficient Workmanship. Quick .-• 2nd Ave. Stove Co. 201 N. W. ..• d Ph. 3-13S3. TRANSFER AND 8TORAGE WE move you anywhere In U. B A. Bonded and Insured carriers. 1-7188. Suddath Moving and St' %  : .g Co. Office in all principal cities. Mrs. Adolph Weil, of Jacksonville, is the guest at the home of her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Weil, Jr. Mrs. Leon Hoffman, of New York. Is the guest at the home of her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Markowitz. Mrs. E. Zimmerman, of Atlanta, is visiting with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Pen nen. Mrs. Zimmerman will remain in Tampa for several weeks. a welner roast at Rocky Point on Tuesday afternoon. Those attending were Miss Dorothy Rosenfarb, Miss Esta Argintar, Miss Edith Elozary, Miss Helen Peretzman Miss Millie Kotler, Rabbi A. Burger. Herbert Feinberg, Irving Herschovitz, Arthur Hyman and Albert Aronovitz. Newly elected officers sure Albert Aronovitz, president; Bernice Ichall, secretary and Dorothy RosenThe Tampa Chapter of the Junior Hadassah held their regular monthly meeting at the Hotel Floridian. Tuesday night. Plans were discussed and completed for a Scavenger Hunt to be given for members and their escorts. The hunt will take place Wednesday night. February 9. The parties will meet at the home of Mrs. Jay Markowitz. Refreshments will be served and dancing will be enjoyed by all Prizes will be awarded the winners. Plans for the annual Donnor Dinner Dance to be held in May have begun. The Donnor Dinner Dance will be held at the Hotel Floridian. The exact date will be announced at a later date. Upon the resignation of Miss Doris Magld, Mrs. Jay Markowitz has been elected Hadassah reporter Mrs. Dave Pennan. president, had as her guest at the meeting, her mother, Mrs. E. Zimmerman, of Atlanta. Ge. Election of officers will be held at the next meeting of the Junior Hanassah, which will be held February 22, at the Florldian Hotel. The Saturday morning club gave m



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*r FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE NINE BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th Street 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 At the regular services this Friday evening, February 4th, 1938, at 8:15 p. m. the Bar Mitzvah celebration of George W. Brantman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob W. Ilrantman, of Long Beach, L. I., will be held. The sermon will be given by Rabbi Colman A. Zwltman, and the services will be conducted by Dr. Jacob EL Kaplan. A reception for guests and members of the congregation will be given after the services. The Sisterhood hostesses for last Friday evening's reception were: Mrs. Harry Geist, Mrs. Henry Levy, Mrs. E. Max Goldstein, Mrs. Elry Stone, Mrs. H. H. Miller. Mrs. Louis Wolfson, Mrs. J. Simpson and Mrs. J. G. Lewis. Dinner Dance This is the final notice about the annual gala event, which the Temple will hold at the McFaddenDeauville, on Wednesday evening, February 9th, 1938 at 8:00 o'clock. Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, chairman there Is no finality in Jewish articles of faith. Articles of faith have been formulated by various men in Israel at different times, none have been accepted by all Jews at all times, and others have been changed and enlarged with changing and enlarging knowledge." Rabbi Zwitman: "The reason why Judaism never insisted upon a final credo, is inherent in the very nature of Rabbinic thought. A great English author once remarked that the true health of a man is to have a soul without being aware of it. In a similar way, the Rabbis seem to have thought that the true health of a religion Is to have a theology without being aware of it. With God as a reality, revelation as a fact, the Torah as a rule of life, and the hope of redemption as a most vivid expectation, the Rabbis felt no need for formulating their dogmas into a creed, which, as once was remarked by a great theologian, is repeated not because we believe, but that we may believe. I would conclude then, that definite princiof the affair, announced this week I D,e8 of falth were not rigidly formthat the nationally famous Bob u,ated because they were taken Nolan's orchestra will furnish the dance music and the accompaniment for the splendid stage show. In addition to the regular Deauville Revue, outstanding stage stars who are visiting in the Miami area, wll enhance the festivities. Reservations at $5.00 per person may be made at the Temple office, phone 2-7745. Radio Broadcast for granted: they were self-evident in Judaism." We invite our members and friends to listen to this hour. This coming Sunday, February 6th, 1938, Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak on "Ethics as a Basis of Jewish Life." The time of the broadcast will be 5:00 p. m. This time, however, holds true only for the February Gth, broadcast. On subsequent Sundays, the Jewish Hour will be The Jewish Hour, which may be heard over Station WIOD every, heard at 3:3 p m Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p. in.. Is presented by all of, the Rabbis of Greater Miami. Last Sunday afternoon. January 30th, 1938, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman presented the second Sisterhood Birthday Luncheon The annual Birthday Luncheon of the Temple Israel Sisterhood will be held at the Fleetwood Hangar, on Monday, February 7th. 1938, at 12:30 p. m. Tickets may be obin a series of addresses on Jewish talned from the slsterhood comm it. Theology. Excerpto from the dis cussion follow: Dr. Kaplan: "Religion seeks a good God and a good human life shared by all human beings. Faith makes statements about God and about a good life, which we call doctrines. Now Jews have recognized from the very beginning, that no statement that we make about God or about life, can be final, because as we grow older and wiser and better informed, we shall know more about God and His universe than we did before. Hence, it is the very strength of glory of Judaism to be able to say, "We believe that today, but we also believe that ns God reveals Himself to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob by the name God Almighty, and to Moses, by the name Yahveh, so in the onward sweep of time it may please Him to reveal Himself to us in larger and finer terms because of larger and finer understanding." That's why we say tee, of which Mrs. Henry D. Williams is chairman. Yahrzeita At this Friday evening service, Yahrzeit of Albert Isadore Adler, will be commemorated. iiiMiiiiiiiijiiiiiKiiiitiiriiiniiii iMHiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiitriiiiinHi KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats NOW OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN B'NAI B'RITH BRIEFS Starting on tne new administration with a bang, genial president Elry Stone ably backed by the new officers has arranged for a gala business meeting on Tuesday evening, February 8, beginning at 8 o'clock, at Beth David Hall. Isldor Zukernick, enervetic attirney and public worker will deliver what we are sure will be a very interesting on "Abraham Lincoln." A cordial invitation to all B'Nai B'rith members and friends is extended. XXX So you may not sleep on the job, don't forbet it's your opportunity right now to do your friend a real favor s ave him five dollars while affording him the opportunity of joining an organization worth while t his is the last week that the initiation fee will be waived .... get on the job, Ben liriths! XXX Shall we or shall we not move from our present quarters is worrying a lot of the members this too, will be decided at next Tuesday's meeting. XXX The Alamac Hotel at Miami Beach will be the scene of Al. Pallot's up to the minute celebration of Washington's Birthday concluding a week of active entertainment for Miami Jewry, on Wednesday evening, February 23. Al. won't tell all the details .... keep the date open XXX President Stone will announce "cabinet" appointments to all important Lodge committee at next Tuesday's meetinb. Tailors will not benefit because there will be no special uniforms needed. Perhaps President Stone may consider you for some of this choice patronage if you really promise to work conscientiously for the Lodge. XXX So that all may know B'nai B'rith is definitely committed to the establishment of a Jewish homeland in Palestine as is evidenced by the payment of the second annual installment for the "Nachlas Cohen," the colony that will bear Alfred M. Cohen's name. XXX Maybe Rudy Adler can be persuaded to have the recording of Leo Eisensteln's community singing at the last banquet and Elry Stone's speech, presented at the next meeting. THE FLAOLER CHALLENGE CUP A new feature at the West Flagler Kennel Club, along the lines of the Futurity and the Nursery stakes, begun Monday, is bringing tremendous crowds. Sixteen dogs were entered with the first elimination Monday night, the second Tuesday night,' the third Thursday night, and the fourth Friday night. Two are eliminated each night and when the 1 finals are staged February 9 four dogs will go into the classic. While the cold spell held down the attendance slightly the indications are that Flagler will experience its greatest year. The mutuel play will far exceed that of last year thus showing the popularity of the downtown oval which is only ten minutes from anywhere in Miami. West Flagler demands the best greyhounds. Mediocre greyhounds are not accepted and the result is that West Flagler has the fastest and the best greyhounds in the country. Dogs like Court Jester. Big Laddie. Reba Nell, Mountain Mist. Tempest, Real Command. Goodie Goodie Boy, Famt, Miami Moon and hundreds of others give the fans the supreme thrill in greyhound racing. With such famous dogs and with the marvelous improvements made at Flagler this year, the reason for Flagler's popularity can easily be the quinielas this year have been seen. Both the daily double and exceptionally large. A night seldom passes without several quinielas paying two and three hundred dollars. One of the big innovations at Flaglar has been the Flagler Foto finish. Two high speed movie cameras are used to catch tho dogs at the finish wire. Threo views of the finish are shown. Firsi as the dogs approach the wire, at the wire and after they pass it. |grAU$ LINIMENT fe4 Jacksonvilles Leadha Hotel TT.O, [OLE JACKSONVILLE J FLORIDA GARNET! ANOKEWS. 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*83*?sSJ Page Eight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 193^ CAN ROUMANIAN JEWRY ESCAPE GERMANY'S FATE? Two View* of a Critical Situation -By WILLIAM ZUKERMANWith this first of a series of twohad five years' use? Besides, In what other way could Roumania manifest its solidarity with Nazi Germany at present without openly breaking with France and England? What other sacrifice except that of the S00.000 Jews could she offer as a token of her new faith? I No other brutality and flagrant breach of treaty would pass with articles analyzing the Jewish sitbeen boring from within to under-| ] egg protegl Tne world has beuation in Rourr.ana we re-introduce mine the foundation of French and come inured t0 j ew i s h suffering an old contributor to Seven Art Allied influence. Huge sums of durln g tne last half decade. A mil-1 ;re Syndicate publications. Mr. money have been spent on propa%  )jon JeWf more or jess, what Zukerman, the noted American ganda and organization. Newspathat matter Jewish correspondent, has been iers were founded; private armies Jhe g]oom wh ch has descended! r< porting the Jewish scene in Euwere organized; parties were s b upon European Jewries with the 1 rope lino manager of the. sidized; leaders were bought; announcement of the formation off bureau of the Jewish nationalistic movements were bolt h e Goga-Cuza Government is there j Morning Journal. He has been alstered up and Roumanian social fQre quUe undergtanda i,i e It was frequent contributor to important and political life was demoralized and gtjll )g qujte reasonaD i e for a licala here and abroad. His as it had not been since the great bare often evoked controWar. No other country in Europe but his sin. is as susceptible to such demoralgreat many Jews in Europe I expect that the new Roumanian government would immediately Introcerltyand the authority with which| ization as Roumania. Bribery ^ dm e the A ry an paragraph wou ld rit.-s hare never been ques-| Roumania's national voice. Every tion<-d We a.-e proud to announce government official from the loweliminate Jewish doctors, lawyers. arti-ts and other professionals from that Mr. /.ukerman. an honest and > est to the highest expects and re-1 (neir posltlong would proclaim lh .. rtial Observer, will be a regular weekly contributor to The Jewiloridian. One of the more Important effects ol Nazism on Jewish life has been that it has narrowed thought and turned it, as it were, into a single groove. Five years of the cruellest persecution in modern history have bad a greater effect on Jews psychologically than economically and! politically Nazi Germany has come to hang like a (loud over our, mental horizon, invisibly permeat-j jng our thoughts and Influencing even our reasoning itself. We see 1 Nazi Germany everywhere, spread! like an octopus all over the world.) particularly In Europe. Every BJu-l ropean country, at least East of the Rhine, Is following the Nazi footsteps, potentially if not actually And once they start on the Nazi road, they traverse every inch of ground that Germany did; they introduce the same anti-Jewish laws, use the same anti-Jewish methods, indulge In the same orgy of Jewish hatred for Its own sake, which end in the same results. The five terrible years ol the Nazi regime have celves a bribe in one form or an DR. ALEXANDER MARX Librarian, Jewish Theological Seminary other (usually only In one form.) It Is an .evil which Roumania has inherited from centuries of submission to the old Turkish regime. This evil made Roumania a merlett such a profound ImpressionI cenary in the great War to be j countries bordering on Roumania Upon us that we see almost every bought almost at auction at the' rushed to close their frontiers to Nuremberg racial laws, would drive I out the Jews from industiy and commerce, and would generally imj itate in every way the Nazi policy in Germany. To strengthen these fears, the Goga-Cuza Government began its 1 rule with a barrage of anti-Semitic publicity which had all the earmarks of the Nazi propaganda machine upon it. The young Cuza issued a decree forbidding Jew, to j employ Roumanian girls as servants; an order was issued forbidding Jews to work on the land, to engage in business in villages, to own inns or to engage in the liquor trade; an attempt was made to eliminate all Jews from the legal profession, and that ridiculous cry was raised that at least a million (out of the 800,000) Jews in Roumania, were aliens who had sneaked into the country by fraud, and were therefore to be deported The typical Nazi cry that the Jews were a foreign element in the country and must be made to emigrate was raised with even greater noise and exaggerations than in Germany with the result that all Rabbi Jonah B. Wise to Lead J.D.C. Nat'l Drive for $5,100,000 in 1938 Gov. Henry Horner of Illinois Is Elected An Honorary Chairman subsequent step in history as a repetition of Nazism. All over Euiee writ large for the Jews: Aryanism, Nuremberg. Laws, boycott, restriction, segregation, %  chande and exile. When therefore recent events In Roumania broke loose upon a surprised world, the first tendency of European Jewry was to expect not only a second act of the Nazi tragedy, but a repetition of the first act on a larger scale. One must admit that a good many facts of the situation have justified such expectation even without the psyi hologlcal predisposition. For there Is not the slightest doubt that the Goga-Cuza upheaval In Roumania has been Inspired, dl%  I and even financed from No wonder, therefore, that a vicOermany. Newspaper conespon-.tory of Nazi influence in Roumania dents who had followed events in' h as aroused Jewish fears and Roumania before the election knew; alarm. What more natural than of it ami warned the Jewish and that Roumania. once bribed over non-JewUb world of its coming, it to a political rapprochement with was no, merely that both Qoga and Nad-Germany, should follow the CUSS pr< loUSly w-nt tO Germany steps Of Nazi and an-i Semitic poland were received by Hitler, but icy? is It not the simplest wayt the entire trend of pre-electionI The easiest way? The Nazis have events In Roumania itself was blazed the path of anti-Semitism such thai it showed unmistakable until it has become a broad blghSlgni Of dominant Nazi influence, way upon which it is fashionable 'I he considerable German minority to travel. During the five vears of In Roumania has always exerted a their regime, the Nazis have achighe-t bid. This evil has also j the 'invasion' of the Jewish made Roumania succumb to Nazi gees. What better proof was there influence now. There is nothing j that Roumania was following the else i n the present so-called upNazi road in every detail? And that heaval In Roumania than that. Roumanian Jewry must prepare for But Nazi influence is invariably a fate identical to that of German expressed in an anti-Semitic policy Jewry? such as is now being practiced'in | This view of the Roumanian sitGermanyNot that Nazi foreign policy is concentrated merely on anti-Semitism. German diplomacy is more realistic than that; it has much bigger aims in Roumania and In other countries than the introduction of anti-Jewish laws. But anti-Semitism has proved to be a convenient screen behind which those blggei objectives can hide, and the Third Reich has adopted it as its Coat of Arms, as it were. uatlon was therefore widely accepted among European Jews in the early days of the Goga-Cuza Government. It prevails among many even now and, as we have seen. not without good reasons. Hut there is another view of the situation; one less despairing and not less Two leading spirits of the national campaign for 85,100,000 during 1938 which the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee is conducting in behalf of needy Jews in central and eastern Europe are shown here in the S rsons of (from left to right) Governor enry Horner, of Illinois, newly elected an honorary chairman of the campaign, and Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, of New York, newly elected chairman. The picture was taken after GOT. Homer's address to the Plan and Scope Committee which met in St. Louis on Sunday, January 23rd, at which time the national quota of the J. D. C. was jet, and campaign officers, and Plan and Scope committee members were elected. Denouncing tyranny abroad which denies liberty to the people, Gov. Hornar •aid: "We must-have courage to go on helping our brethren. We have been carrying on the efforts of the Joint Distribution Committee for almost 25 years. We honor the leaders who have guided us in the past. From them we have learned that there is nothing unconquerable in human life. So while our task is a heavy one, let us never be discouraged." Officers of the 1938 national campaign of the J. D. C, elected at this meeting: National Chairman: Rabbi Jonah B Wise, New York; Honorary Chairmen: {Jr. Cyrus Adler, Philadelphia. Max tpstein Chicago; Hon. Henry Horner, Spnngfield; Louis E. Kirstein. Boston; Hon. Herbert H. Lehman, New York; lames N. Rosenberg, New York; Hon. \VXAL S > i. S n *>ncisco; and Aaron V aldneim, St. Louis. Co-Chairmen: Paul Baerwald, New York; William Rosenwald, Greenwich; and William J. Shroder, Cincinnati. Vice-Chairmen: James H. Becker, Chicago; Leon Falk, Jr., PittsburghSalmon P. Halle, Cleveland; Harold Hirsch, Atlanta; Albert H. Lieberman. Philadelphia; and Meyer L Prentis* Detroit; Treasurer: Sidney Lansburgh,' Baltimore;Secretary: Joseph C. Hyman' New York; Comptroller: Morris C Troper, New York; Campaign Director: Isidor Coons, New York; Director of Public Information: Herbert J. Seligmann, New York. Junior Division: Mrs. Myron S. Falk, Jr., New York, Chairman; Miss Lois Hollander, Pittsburgh, Associate Chairman. Plan and Scope Committee: Carl J. Austrian, New York; George Backer, New York; Louis Bamberger, Newark; David M. Bressler, New York; Abe Bronfman, Montreal; Amoa S. Deinard, Minneapolis; G. A. Efroymson, Indianapolis; Louis Ehrlich, Kansas Citv; Aaron M. Frank, Portland, Ore.; I. Edwin Goldwasser, New York; David E. Harlem, Denver; lack Israel, Oklahoma City; Donald Kaffenburgh, Hartford; Alexander Kahn, New Yerk; E. I. Kaufmann, Washington, D. C; Sol Kline, Chicago; and Richard Lang, Seattle. Also, Leo Lehman, Pittsburgh: Lee J. Loventhal, Nashville; Solomon Lowenstein. New York; Herbert Mallinson, Dallas; Charles W. Morris, Louisville; Hon. Isaac Pacht, Los Angeles; Aaron S. Rauh, St. Louis; Charles Rosen, New Orleans; Jerome J. Rothschild, Philadelphia; Simon Sakowitz, Houston; E. J. Schanfarbcr, Columbus; William H. Schwarzschild, Richmond; Mendel B. Silberberg, Los Angeles; Nathan M. Stein, Milwaukee; Eugene Warner, Buffalo; and Henry Wineman, Detroit; and national campaign officers exofficio. justified than the other. It is a view based more on the facts of Roumanian reality than on the logic of Nazi diplomacy and on the natural fears dictated by the present state of mind of European great influence on Roumanian ruling classes and on the Government. customed the world to accept Medieval persecution of the Jews with(Incidentally, if there really is a out action or even protest, as If it HMI o„al minority in Roumania were a matter of course, an acceptwhich controls Roumanian life In ed form of Nazi usage which reits own Interests, it certainly is the German ) Since the rise of the Nazi regime, particularly during the last two years, that influence has grown. German diplomacy has concentrated on Roumania as spectable diplomacy must accept as the Hitler salute, the Nuremberg congresses and the rest. Why should any country, particularly if it acts under the inspiration and direction of Germany, not follow on a former the same path in every detail' Whv stronghold and with the aid of the! should it seek a new road. If the influential German minority has, one built by the Nazis has already Brotherhood leaders in this picture have Jewry. (In a second article to be published next week Mr. Zukermaii will present the viewpoint of those who believe Roumania must not of necessity follow in every way in the path marked out by Germany ) Copyright 1938 by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. wide N. r. T. B M ^pi;r„; h vr o f ,he nation pression, Recent enthusias!, "p tso,IfmS V^ '"i^ '* cate that more than a thousand membersh.p growth indishort space of ^Z" % t IT^lT *" ^ '" "" Arthur L. Reinhart, of Cincinnati n^Zf^^ "^ ( e,,) Albert F. Meck.enburger of Chicago t ir. n Cre,ary and ing. (left) Arthur Straus. 0 f Chicago ch m TTT 1 ^ Number 1, and Me. Marshall, president 1.T Pai n **** Brotherhood, Milwaukee. N > P T r "' dent of Emanuel-B'Nal Je.hurun ioan Hebrew Congregations and' Hnk. ST! V he 1 Un 0n f Am.rSynagogue, throughout the United .SL.J."^**' f Libe PLAIN TALK (Continued from Page 5) The answer must be given simply, not clothed in the profundities in Which reverend doctors like to conceal thought, if any. It must he a new and vigorous restatement "f Jewish philosophy and purpose. When given it must be taken up and taught as a Jewish way of life —taught not in unheard temple sermons but in a vibrant crusade, in B campaign of Jewish revivalWhen we find something to live for as Jews it will not hurt us so much to be pogrommed. But it must be a great pain to be pogrommed Just for having been too Rood a salesman. In the meantime, my dear doctor. I shall save your capsules against the time when (and if) all mean"res to make Jewish life worth living have failed. I subnit this to the consideration of all the houses of Israel—the house of Reform, the house of Conservatism, the house of Orthodoxy and all their divisions.



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wJewisti Floridian i% .UME II—NUMBER 4. Ttie Jewish VmSty n MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1938 Price Five Cents iddish Daily Banned for Criticizing New Lithuanian Constitution Kovno, (WNS,)—The Kovno Stimme, Yiddish daily, has been suppressed and |ts editor and publisher fined because it •riticized the new Lithuanian constitutors failure to include guarantees of ninority rights. tthetic Plight East European Jewry rokes Generous Miami Response lugurating the United Jewish Bal for Miami, a gathering of mual Night Of ;ars To Be Held Jewish Welfare Bureau wil its fourth annual "All-Star" lit on February 21st in the Hpla Theatre, it is announced Stanley ('. Myers, president of ^larity organization. The anj Jews in Poland, performances are given to funds for welfare work ghoui the year. Is year, the entertainment representative Jews listened to vivid word pictures of the pathetic •and tragic conditions of Jewry in East European countries last Wednesday night at the Alcazar Hotel. Mr. Day J. Apte, prominent citizen and worker was presented by Mr. Joseph M. Lipton, chairman of the arrangements committee, and presided during the banquet. Rabbi Phillip .s. Bernstein, of Rochester, N. Y., in his address described the miserable economic conditions of Roumanla and Germany and depicted the continued efforts of the governments to crush Jewry there. He contrasted the conditions in Palestine and Annual Fashion Show to be Held Mrs. Harry Marcus and Mrs. Max Dreyer chairman and co-chairman of the Third Annual Fashion and Floor Show, sponsored by the Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women which will be held at the Hollywood Beach Hotel on Wednesday, February 9th at 2:30 p. in., announce that the final arrangements have been completed. Madame De Sylva, modiste, has selected a variety of the latest models for the fashion show to be presented with the orchestra of Meyer Davis, and the floor show of the hotel will also be included in the program. The Annual Fashion Show Is the most beautiful and successful affair given by the Council and its receipts almost cover the budget for the entire charitable projects. Special transportation will be provided by the Union Bus Station in Miami and by Segal's Safety Cab Co., on Miami Beach, from 10:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. m. Nazis Ban Second Jewish Paper Berlin, (WXS)—A second Jewish paper was banned in Germany when the propaganda ministry suppressed the C. V. Zeitung, organ of the Central Union of German Jews, until February 24th. The Juedische Rundschau had previously been banned. No reason was given in either case. t ADOPT ARYAN PARAGRAPH Warsaw, (WNS) — The Aryan clause was adopted by the students union of Warsaw, excluding from membership all students with one Jewish grand-parent. The students also voted to exclude Aryan memittee will be headed by Harry the restraining of German, Polish j Ders associating with Jews. an, and It promises to ase a show which will match of previous years both in and quantity. Every star erformer in this area is exto contribute to the program will begin on the Olympia at 9 p. m., and continue for hours. Adler, of Rivo Alto Isle. (charge of arrangements, and 'omen's ticket committee is by Mrs. M. L. Marcus. BenGalnes, managing director Dempsey-Vanderbilt Hotel, the hotelmen's division and obinson of the American and Trust Company, leads siness men urge local people .of Miami laml Beach to secure their now," Mr. Adler said, "bethe sale of seats is far in Ce of last year, and we ex[to sellout long before the of the show. We are deterto show no favoritism in les, so we suggest that reser8 be made immediately." s may be purchased from rs of the ticket committee calling Mrs. M. L. Marcus, or Mr. Adler, 5-2326. Jewish Welfare Bureau will e the full proceeds of the with every participating contributing its services, oney thus raised will serve ince the bureau's activities vidlng for the ill and needy the year. In past years, ommunlty Chest supplied the with funds, but with the g of that institution the y is dependent on its annual t for moneys. It is hoped orkers for the Bureau that ar's show will provide enough purpfte. Olympia Theatre has canthe scheduled showing of tlon picture on the night of ry 21, so that the performin begin promptly at 9 p. m. and Roumania youth from the pro fessons to workers of the land. Rabbi Barnett Brickner, of the Euclid Avenue Temple, of Cleveland, Ohio, followed Rabbi Bernstein's presentation of the facts with a stirring call to all Jewry to realize the plight of their fellow Jews throughout suffering Europe. In a voice that trembled with emotion, Rabbi Brickner contrasted Jewry in America with those of their suffering brethren elsewhere. .Continued on Page Three) 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. ROUMANIAN J E WISH SITUATION PLACED WITH LEAH COMMITTEE Geneva, (WXS)—A committee of w 'as decided upon the British three, comprising the Persian Pres1 spokesman warned Roumania that ident of the Council and represenEngland would demand an extratatives of England and France, has „ .,_ .. „ ,. r_" ... I ordinary session of the Council if been named by the League of Nations Council to study Jewish peti-j t he anti-Jewish measures already tions protesting Roumanians viola-; decreed were enforced. Foreign ton of the 1919 minorities treaty through its anti-Jewish program. This committee will examine the petitions immediately in order to give Roumania an opportunity to comment on them before the committee reports. It is expected the report will be ready before the May meeting of he Council. This disposition of the Roumanian-Jewish queston kept it from being publicly discussed at an open session of the Council. An attempt by the English and French representatives to win from Roumania a promise to suspend anti-Jewish measures until after the Roumanian parliamentary elections in March failed because Premier Goga refused to be bound by the agreement of Foreign Minister Istrate. At the private session at which the appointment of the committee The women'* ticket committee of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, now engaged on ticket >alei for the organization's fourth annual benefit to be presented atthe Olympia Theatre, February 21st, meets at the home of R. R. Adler, Rlvo Alto Isle, to discuss plans for the charity affair. Left to right (seated) Mrs. Harry I. Magid, Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Mark Max, Mr. R. R. Adler, chairman of arrangement*, Mrs. M. L. Marcu, chalrlady of the commltt ee, Mrs. Frank Frankel. (Standing) Mrs. I. Frumkus, Mrs. J. Jerome Nathan, Mrs. Estelle Schram, Mrs. S. Charles Davis, Mrs. Sadye Rose, Mrs. Jule* Pearlman, Miss Florence Towvlm, Mrs. Maurice Jacobs. Additional members of the committee not pictured here Include Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, Mrs. Benjamin W. Sloat, Mrs. Benjamin Le Vine, Mrs, A. H. Morris and Mrs. Benjamin Bronston. Secretary Anthony Eden, of England and Yvon Delbos of France indicated that they had agreed to keep the Roumanian-Jewish question off the floor of the Council because they felt that private diplomatic pressure on Roumania would be more effective at this time. Their action was also based on the fear that Roumania mig'it have repudiated the minority trea ties if the Council had publicly discussed the question. Bucharest, (WXS)—There will be no pograms in Roumania regardless of what the government decides to do about the Jewish problem. King Carol declared in a statement to American corresposdents. "We have a Jewish problem and we are wresting with It," he said, but "how ultimately the problem is to be met is not altogether clear, but the first and most important point of our policy will be that there shall be no violence o Jews. Of that we are certain." Referring to America's interest in "it is understandable that the the Jewish situation, the King said United States should be interested in developments here because you yourself have many Jews, certainly more than we. It is understandable that in some quarters there might be concern. But it may be stated on the highest authority that Ronmania contemplates no inhumanities. How in all its phases the problem is to be met cannot be stated definitely now." With regard to plans for mass expulsions of Jews and their colonization elsewhere, Carol said the government has not yet given the matter detailed study, but added, "we should be relieved, of course, to see some of our Jews leave voluntarily, but there has been no study of the possibility of sending them in numbers and no thought of where they might ro. Such an approach to the problem hardly is to be taken by Roumania alone. It would be a matter for international action, and no one yet as taken the Initiative in it,"


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