The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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wJewisti Floridiai m
Qumm Tlhe Jewlsti njmity
VOLUME II.NUMBER 5-
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1938
PRICE FIVE CENTS
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL BANQUET AT ALCAZAR HOTEL LAST WEEK
Loft to right: Harry Sirnonhoff, George Goldberg, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, 0 hairman of the Miami Beach division; Mrs. Day J. Apte Rabbi Philin S
Bernstein of Rochester, Day J. Apte, chairman of the Miami division; Rabbi Barnett Brickner of Cleveland; Joseph M. Lipton, chairman of the Banquet
____________________________________________________Committee, and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton
DIRECTOR URGES
EDUCATION FUND
Now York, (WNS) Establish
ment of a central fund for higher
Jewish education in the United
States through the mechanism o
a "sort of holding company which
would "engage in the Joint effort
for the purpose of raising fund
needed by Its constituents" and out
of which might eventually grow a
Jewish university in this country
was proposed by Dr. Maurice J.
Karpf, director of the Graduate
School for Jewish Social Work, in
a discussion at the symposium on
"The Future of Higher Jewish Ed-
ucation in America," which was
held as part of the second annual
seminary conference on Jewish af-
fairs at the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America. Emphas-
izing that the difficulties encoun
tered by Jewish educational insti-
tutions in maintaining themselves
during the last five years had made
the need for such a fund more ur-
gent, Dr. Karpf said the fund could
be used to support the Seminary,
Hebrew Union College, Dropsle
College, the Isaac Elchanan Yesh-
iva and Yeshlva College, the
Graduate School, the Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion and similar insti-
tutions.
He recalled that the late Felix
M. Warburg, Jacob H. Schiff, Jul-
ius Rosenwald and Louis Marshall
all had been interested in such a
fund and that Dr. Cyrus Adler had
sponsored the idea for more than
25 years. If such a fund were
created, Dr. Karpf stated, it would
enhance the standing of the
schools, guarantee a minimum
amount of permanence and secur-
ity and free their administrators
from fund-raising problems while j
ading the research- He also said
that if the fund grew into a Jewish
university such an institution might
be called the American Jewish
University, the American Jewish
Academy or the American Jewish
Institute for Advanced Study.
The conference was opened with
a keynote address by Rabbi Milton
Steinberg of the Park Avenue Syn-
agogue who pleaded for "religious
culturalism as against the purely
religious, the purely cultural, the
purely philanthropic and the com-
pletely un-Jewish trend of events
in the life of Jews in America. He
advocated a program of religious,
cultural and philanthropic elements
in American Judaism. In an analy-
sis of the pattern of Jewish life
In America he pointed out that the
Jews may be divided into five
groups: those ignorant of their
own past and unassoclated with
Jewish institutions and whose
Jewishness consists only in their
feeling that they are Jews; those
whose Jewishness expresses itself
only In philanthropy and the re-
pelling of hostility; those who see
in Judaism a culture or civiliza-
tion in which religion has no place
and who are interested in the He-
brew language and culture, and in
Jewish educational agencies and
trends in Palestine as a cultural
center of world Jewry, the interest
in worship and the translation of
worship into action" which "in
practice" has "led to a Jewishness
too truncated and anaemic to be
either meaningful or self-sustain-
ing."
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.
B'NAI B'RITH
NAMES GROUPS
BENEFIT DANCE
TO AID CLINIC
The annual dance given by the
National Council of Jewish Juniors
will be held Sunday evening, Feb-
ruary 13. at the Civic Center Ball-
room. The entire proceeds of this
dance will g0 towards the project
of the Junior Council which is the
establishment of a children's char-
ity clinic at the Alton Road Hos-
pital, and the social service work
ton Road Hospital, says the clinic
will function regularly at the hos-
pital, ano the social service work
and equipment will be contributed
l>y the National Council of Jewish
Juniors-
MINERS UNION BARS
KLAN FROM MEMBERSHIP
Washington, D. C, WNS)Mem-
bers of the Ku Klux Klan are bar-
red from membership in the United
Mine Workers of America, the prin-
cipal union in the C. I- O., accord-
ing to an amendment to the consti-
tution of the union which was
adopted at its biennial convention.
The commltee In charge of the
arrangements for the dance Febru-
ary 13, is headed by Mr. Paul
Barnett, chairman, and Mr. George
Chertkof, president of the organi-
zation. A floor show will be the
feature of the evening. The Duval
Sisters, pToteges of Rudy Valee,
will give an interpretation
At a meeting of the local B'nai
B'rith Lodge last Tuesday night,
the following committees were
named to serve for 1938:
Intellectual Advancement Com-
mitteeJack Abbott, chairman;
Stanley C- Myers, Dr. Harold Rand,
Dr. Chas. Beckwltt, Dr. Max Pep-
per, Dr. Barney Welnkle.
Peace CommitteeLeo Robinson,
chairman; George Goldberg, Sam
Blank, Joe Richter, R. R. Adler,
I. Wohl.
Sick and Visiting CommitteeW.
M. Friedman, chairman; Leon Elkln
Max Rappaport, Joe Mechlow, Chas.
Abbott, A- Kronenfeld, Leo Stein,
H. Fischer, Roland Granat, Sol
Goldstrom.
Finance CommitteeE. A. Pal-
lot, chairman, Milton Friedman,
Benjamin Le Vine, George Schwartz
(Accountant) Samuel Gurss, Henry
Bulbln. Trustees are also mem
hers of this committee.
Entertainment Committee Leo
Eisenstein, chairman; Marx Fein-
berg, Harry Zuckemick, Dr. S.
Beckman.
Membership Committee R. R.
Adler, chairman; Sam Halpert, M
H. Nlssenbaum, Harry Rayvis, I
Rosengarten, L. Grossberg, H.
Weingarten, H. Novack, Harry Or-
lln.
A. Z. A. Committee Nathan
Adelman, chairman; H. Barnett,
Ralph Neufeld.
Students Union Committee Is-
aac Levin, chairman; S. L. Segal 1,
Milton Friedman, Dr. Chas. Werb-
low, Sam Weissel, Rabbis J. H
Kaplan, Max Shapiro, Colman A.
Zwltman, M. Mescheloff and A. A
Kellner.
f Americanization and Citizenship
CommitteeM. L. Marcus, chair-
man; Abe Schonfleld, George
Schwartz (Attorney) Louis Heiman
Leon Stoller.
Anti-Defamation Committee J.
L. Shochet, chairman; Harry Sim-
onhoff, Benjamin Bronston, Hy
Rifaa, Wm. Taradash.
NOTED GALAXY
WILL PERFORM
With Harry Richman heading
the entertainment committee, Dan
Healey, Joe Lewis and Bell Baker
among the stars of radio, stage and
screen actively assisting, the an
nual Night of Stars, sponsored by
the Jewish Welfare Bureau will
present the finest aggregation of
entertainers in any one night ever
shown in the history of this entire
area, and bids fair to outshine last
year's stellar performance. R. R.
Adler, founder of the Night of
Stars for the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau again heads the general com-
mittee. He is being ably assisted
by a committee of ladies headed
by Mrs. M. L. Marcus and a com-
mittee of businessmen headed by
Leo Robjnson.
"When one will realize the ex-
ceptional demands being placed on
the Jewish Welfare Bureau contin-
ually by not only our local needs
but by transient problems, cases
of parents bringing their sick chil-
dren to Miami in quest of health
as a last resort on the advice of
their physicians," said Mr. Adler,
"they will soon realize why it is
that we are so anxious to have
this affair a complete sell out"
"Can one imagine anyone so heart-
less that he would refuse to give
bread to the hungry, or to turn
away a stranger from his door
when that turning away would
mean the definite placing of one
who has a chance to recover in the
list of those absolutely hopeless,"
continued Mr. Adler. "We have
had whole families become burdens
RABBI DR. BERNARD REVEL
President of the Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Yeshlva and Yeshlva
College, now In Miami-
on the organization because they
wanted to save the life of a young
child who was hopelessly crippled
and whose only chance was the
health giving sunshine of this area.
We do just what every humane
individual would do, and that is
we help until it hurts."
Mr. Adler stressed the fact that
though this was the means of af-
fording much needed cash for the
organization's work, actually the
people were being afforded a rare
opportunity to purchase an even-
ing of entertainment on Monday,
February 21, beginning at 9 o'clock
and lasting for more than four
hours at the Olympia Theatre
which they could not purchase any
where in the entire world at ten
times the cost.
ENGLAND SEEKS JEWISH
RIGHTS FROM ROUMANIA
London, (WNS) The British
Government is studying what im-
mediate action it may take to pro-
tect the minority rights of the
Jews in Roumania, Foreign Secre-
tary Anthony Eden told the House
of Commons during a debate on
the Roumanian situation precipi-
tated by Col. Josiah Wedgwood,
Laborite, who asked whether Brit-
ain was consulting the United
States to obtain the most effective
results in order to guarantee the
preservation of Jewish minority
rights in Roumania. Eden said
that England was examining the
matter to determine what steps
"might be considered useful in
these circumstances to protect
minority rights," and pointed out
that the British ambassador in
Bucharest had reminded the Rou-
manian foreign minister of Eng-
land's interest in the minorities
treaties.
In reply to Colonel Wedgwiod,
Eden reminded the House that the
United States did not have the
same interest as England and
France In the minorities treaty be-
cause it was not a member of the
League of Nations and had not
ratified the treaty. When Colonel
Wedgwood asked "is the Interest
of America in this matter more
a humitarian than a treaty Inter-
est?" Eden said that "as far as
the United States is concerned I
must leave that to them. I do not
think I could facilitate an approach
from this side."
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN_
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Entertains With Bridge Luncheon
Mrs. Albert A. Selden entertain-
ed with a bridge luncheon In the
Barcelona tearoom. Coral Gables,
honoring Mrs. Morris Selden of
Chicago and Mrs. J. J. Theii, Phil-
adelphia, winter visitors.
The guests included Mrs. Mildred
Klein. Newark, N. J., Mrs. Morrie
Bronner, Chicago, Mrs Bell Bruwn,
Tironto, Canada, Mrs. Jeny Alex-
ander, West Palm Beach, Mrs. I.
Engagement is Announced
. tin Bamuel Kraemer,
etors of the famous Olympia
Baihs at Mt
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Stater, Mai-
to Rabbi David Klein, of this
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red her education in Mt.
ere she gradu-GarneW Phiiadelphia, Mrs. Joseph
from the high school. She
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been winter visitor to
Mrs. Morrie Koven,
Mrs. Harry Shapero, Mrs. Irving
Greenfield. Mrs. William Capland,
Mrs. Morrie Abramson, Mrs. Wil-
Ham Wjlkens, Mrs. Max Shapero,
Mrs Newton Lerinson, Mrs. Aaron
Reder. Mrs. Herman Homa. Mrs.
Marvin Bronner, Mra. Mendel
J Beach for the past several
the son of the
Klein.
Russia, received his
he Yeshivos in Wllno.
.,* ,9d dain and graajaiea,
Blctaanan Yestaivo, J^eph Richter. Mrs. Max Adams,
been Mra. Lewis Brown. Mrs. Pinkus
- helnberg. Mrs. Charles L, Green-
for ,he field. Mrs. Jerome Goodman. I
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Mrs. Abe Kolber,
I af. Mrs. Sam Weissel. Mrs. Leon Bar,
The wed- Mrs. Joseph Morris. Mrs. Rudy
lira Aaron Kanner. Mrs.
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The Civic League of Miami will
hold a dinner meeting on February
15 at the Oasis at 7 o'clock Guest
speaker of the evening will be Mr.
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Beach, who wBI speak on
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREB
wJewisti nortidiaim
rUBLMHKD EVERT PKIDAT
P. O. Bos tni
PLANT AND OFFICES
21 8. W. Second Avanu*
Phone* 2-1141; 2-1183
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ST. PETERSBURG
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WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. M. SCHREBNICK
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ORLANDO
DORIS S. HELLER
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1939.
VOLUME n NUMBER 5.
BORUCH HABO
Floridians and particularly Miamians have been so accus-
tomed to rubbing shoulders with notables from every land and
clime that another notable, more or less, means nothing. Roy-
alty, whether they be of the blue bloods or those of the financial
or industrial world receive no more attention than the every day
individual. Scholars of renown are but another incident in the
daily life of Miami.
Yet, when there comes among us one who though he de-
serves recognition for his scholarly attainments alone, represents
at the same time an ideal which has become to be recognized as
a necessity in the life of Jewry of this generation if self respect-
ing Jews are to be encouraged for the future.
It is because of this >deal that we extend the traditional
greeting of "Boruch Habo" to Rabbi Dr. Bernard Revel, presi-
dent of the Yeshiva College and the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yesh-
iva. Himself a man of erudition, one of the outstanding savants
of the age, he has made his life's work the realization of a secu-
lar college wherein Jewish youth, (non-Jewish as well,) may
receive their secular education under Jewish surroundings and
Jewish influence. Such an institution in these days of numerus
clausus .... when many of the outstanding colleges and uni-
versities have made it rather plain that the number of Jewish
students will be limited, it is no more a matter of far distant
future.....it is a matter of the IMMEDIATE PRESENT
......particularly so when the Yeshiva College has time and
again received the commendation of the greatest scientists the
world has.....a College recognized as in the front ranks
of American schools......
When such a man, imbued with these ideals, comes to Miami,
all nonchalance must vanish.....and it is in the spirit of
commendation for devotion to an ideal, for what Dr. Revel rep-
resents as well as for what he is. that we bid him a heartfelt
"Boruch Habo."
Society
Concert to be Held
Final arrangements are being
made for the concert celebrating
the eleventh anniversary of the
Workmen's Circle to be held at the
Odd Fellow's Hall, on Tuesday,
February 15, at 8:30 p. m-
The celebrated singer of folk
songs, Isa Kremer. will be star
guest. Ivan Basilevsky will be the
accompanist and solo pianist. Ev-
eryone is urged not to miss hear-
ing the noted concert singer.
ORAYNOO
"OUR LIOHT "
BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER, EDITOR
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
1012 HARWELL STREET ORLANDO. FLA,
PAUL BARNETT
Chairman of Benefit Dance of
National Council of Jewish Ju-
niors, Sunday night.
Tampa Notes
The. Tampa Chapter Junior Ha-
dassah has completed plans for a
scavenger hunt to be given Wed-
nesday night, for the membership
campaign. Parties will meet at
the Y- M. H. A. to receive their
scavenger list. Scavengers are to
be brought to the home of Mrs.
Jay Markowitz, where refreshments
will be served. A prize will be
given to the winner.
Those in charge of the arrange-
ments are: Mrs. L. Simonvltz, Mrs.
A. Weiss, Mrs. Jay Markowitz and
Miss Elizabeth Abramovitz and
Mrs. D. Pennan president-
The Bar Mitzvah of Isaac Dayan,
son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Dayan, was
held Friday night and Saturday
morning at Temple Rodoph Sholom.
Rabbi Adolph Burger officiated.
Misses Rachell and Nellie Oppen-
heim, of Orlando, are guests at the
home of their neice, Mrs. Sam Ber-
ner.
Miss Tillle Rosenthal, of West
Palm Beach, formerly of Tampa,
and Arnold J. Waldsmlth, of Rock-1
ford, 111., were married January
20 at West Palm Beach- Mrs. J.
J. Platz, of West Palm Beach, sis-
ter of the bride, was matron of
honor-
Meeting of the M. J. M. Club
was held at the home of Miss
Helen Peretzman where plans were
discussed for a scavenger hunt.
Games were planned and refresh-
ments were served by the hostess.
Miss Helen Haimovitz was a visi-
tor. The following attended: Dor-
othy Rosenfarb, Dot Cohen, Eve-
lyn VanGilder, Sylvia Haimovitz,
Esta Arglntar, Lorraine Davis and
Millie Kotler.
The next meeting will be held
at the home of Miss Dot Cohen on
February 6, 1938.
Miss Lee Shirley Augustine,
daughter of Mr- and Mrs. L. S. Au-
gustine, who was recently gradu-
ated from Plant High School, sail-
ed Friday from New Orleans for
Maracaibo, Venezuela, where she
will visit her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. John W. Foley, Jr. She
will visit also in Aruba. Trinidad,
and other southern points before
returning home in several months.
Mrs. Isidore Smith and her two
daughters, of New York, are guests
at the home of her sister, Mrs. F.
Schreiber.
Scouts Plan Exposition
The Girl Scouts of Troop 10 held
their weekly meeting Wednesday,
February 2, at Beth Jacob Talmud
Torah. During opening exercises,
Scouts were called upon to inter-
pret the various laws and explain
how they could be made a part of
the Girl Scout's daily routine.
In patrol corners, leaders discus-
sed with their groups the details
of a Handicraft Exposition, which
will take place in April. The ad-
visability of admitting new mem-
bers was again brought up for dis-
cussion and voted upon. This was
again vetoed.
Handicraft projects were mapped
out and assigned or chosen, so that
each Scout may do the type of
work in which she is most profi-
cient. After songs and "Taps," the
meeting was adjourned.
a a
Annual Fashion Show Held
Over 2000 persons attended the
third annual fashion and floor show
sponsored by the Miami Chapter of
the National Council of Jewish
Women last Wednesday afternoon
at the Hollywood Beach Hotel. Mrs.
Ralph Neufeld, president, gave a
message of welcome and extended
her appreciation to all who donat-
ed their services, the hotel for
their splendid cooperation and as-
sistence, Madame De Sylva, mo-
diste, who fashioned the gowns,
the hotel floorshow and the Meyer
Davis orchestra. The hotel was
beautifully decorated- The com-
mittee receiving tickets were Mrs.
Harry Markus, Mrs. Max Dreyer,
Mrs. Abe Rubin, Mrs. Benjamin
Le Vine, Mrs. Larry Fay, Mrs- Al
Seiden, Mrs. Irving Srumkes, Mrs.
Elry Stone and Mrs. Jack Cohen.
Friday Night Services
Services will be at 8:00 p. m., as
usual. With the advent of the Sed-
rah Tezaveh, which tells of the
Everlasting Light (Ner Tamid) and
the birthdays of two great Ameri-
cans, Abraham Lincoln and George
Washington, the Rabbi's sermon
will be "What Makes for Immor-
tality in Human Character."
Sisterhood
At the last meeting of the for-
mer Sisterhood a resolution was
passed affiliating the organization
with the local B'nai B'rith; this
will make for two unified groups
of men and women; the Congrega-
tion and Ladies Auxiliary, and the
B'nai B'rith Local Lodge and La-
dles Auxiliary.
Youth Forum
Plans are being completed for
the first annual dance to be held
February 14 in the vestry rooms
of the Synagogue. Novelty dances
are being arranged by the follow-
ing committee: Mr. Morris Gordon,
Miss Mary Blattncr, Miss Patricia
Nadler and Miss Rita Heller. Miss
Florence Wittenstein is in charge
of the musical accomodations.
Rabbinical Conference
During March 1-1, 14 and 15 the
Rabbis of the State of Florida will
convene in Miami for their first
1938 Conference. Papers on im-
portant subjects of concern to the.
Rabbis are being assigned by the |
Miami Rabbinical Association- All
Rabbis are urged to notify at once
the temporary secretary, Rabbi
Morris A. Skop, at 1012 Harwell
Street, Orlando, Florida, so that
I proper arrangements can be made.
| It is expected that 100 percent at-
tendance of the Rabbis in the State
of Florida will be achieved. Those!
Rabbis who have not received not-,
ification from Rabbi Skop are urged
to communicate with him as he nO|
doubt has not yet the correct ad-
dress. He has tried to reach every
Rabbi.
Purim Seudah
The Orlando Jewish Community
is planning a Community Seudah
to be held in the Synagogue. There
will be a public reading of the Me-
gilla with copies available in He-
brew and in English at the Syna-
gogue office.
Meat Market
There is now an opening in the
Orlando Jewish Community for
someone to take over the Kosher
i Meat Market and restaurant as
there is no other Kosher meat mar-
ket in Orlando. Any Jew interest-
I ed in investigating the property is
urged to communicate with Rabbi
Morris A. Skop.
Religious School
The winners of the Class Honor
Banner for attendance last Sunday
are: Mr. Morris Labellman's class
and Mrs- Weiner's class. The
Honor Roll for Class Work will be
posted next Sunday giving the
names of those children who have
completed the first ten lessons In
their work books.
Ladies Auxiliary
At the next meeting of the La-
dies Auxiliary next Monday night,
| a debate will be held on the sub-
ject: "Resolved That Anti-Semitism
is a Menace in the United States."
Those participating in the debate
are Mrs. Gustave Baer, Mrs. J. K.
Wolf, Mrs. Morris A. SkoP, Mrs.
Selkowitz. The meeting will be
an open one and all are cordially
Invited to attend.
Personals
Mrs- David RosenzWeig, mother
of Mrs. Marion Heller, of the San
Juan Hotel,.has arrived in Orlando
for two months stay.
Norma Helen Wittenstein is tak-
ing part in the play "Aunt Tilly
Goes to Town"having the role of
Aunt Tilly. The play will be giv-
en at the Memorial High School.
Ansel Wittenstein is being sent
on a debating tour to Sanford.
Mrs. B. Borstein, of Clermont. is
entertaining for her children who
have recently arrived from New
York.
Mr. and Mrs. Schurr, children of
Mr- Max Bernard of New York, are
visiting in Orlando.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon, of Laurence-
ton, Pa., are visiting Mrs- Molly
Rosen.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bernard and
family, of New York City, are vis-
iting the Stones at Pine Acres.
Mrs. Harold Stein had a small
group of guests for a luncheon and
bridge at her home "Shore Acres"
on the East Winter Park Road-
CROWDS ATTEND
FLAGLER TRACK
With Court Jester, Tempest,
Reba Nell, Miami Moon, Mountain
Mist, Knack, Fame and many oth-
er sensational dogs performing in
a marvelous manner crowds con-
tinue to pack the West Flagler
Kennel Club on 37th avenue and
West Flagler street.
Court Jester, owned by Art Wil-
son, Is piling up the most astound-
ing record of any greyhound in
Miami. During the last week he
was beaten in a sprint race by
Tempest, when Tempest gained the
jump from an inside position, but
Wilson's dog lost none of his pres-
tige through this defeat.
Visitors from all parts of the
country have been visiting Flagler
which is the showplace of all
greyhound racing. The improve-
ments which include a new en-
trance, a mezzanine floor, an en-
tire new standard quarter mile
mile track, judge's stand and many
other Innovations have turned the
track into the most beautiful grey-
hound track in the world.
Match racos have proven to be
extremely popular and Saturday
night a six dog hurdle match race
will be staged. The hurdle race
is an exclusive feature at Flagler
and Is one of the most spectacular
of all races.
Saturday's match race should at-
tract a large crowd and the quiniela
payoff as well as the daily double
payoff should be extremely large.
The quinielas which are on every
race have been extremely high
ranging up to $400. The daily dou-
ble has also been averaging for
about the $100 mark-
The beautiful oval is only ten
minutes from downtown Miami. It
can be reached by motorists either
over N. W. 7th Street or West
Flagler. .. ^i. .
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
FEATURETTES
The Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva and Yeshiva College, whose
President Rabbi Dr. Bernard Revel is now in Miami for a visit.
CAN ROUMANIAN JEWRY
ESCAPE GERMANY'S FATE?
Two Views of a Critical Situation
-By WILLIAM ZUKERMAN-
In this second of a aeries of two
articles analyzing the Roumanian
Jewish situation, Mr. ZuKerman,
the noted European correspondent,
points out the factors which may
prevent Rouminia from becoming a
second Germany and thus spare
the Jews of Roumania the fate of
German Jewry.
The Editor.
The holders of the second view
on Roumania do not share the opin-
ion that Roumania must of neces-
sity follow in every way the foot-
steps of Nazi Germany. They do
not deny the obvious fact that the
recent political upheaval in Rou
mania has been inspired, directed
and even financed by Nazi Ger-
many. They admit the great temp-
tation, nay even the need of the
Goga-Cuza Government to follow
Germany's anti-Semitic road. Yet
they hold that conditions in Rou-
mania and In Germany are so fun-
damentally different from each oth-
er, that all the diplomatic good-will
on the part of the Roumanian rul-j
ers and all the political pressure
brought upon them by their Nazi;
masters will not make Roumania
simply retrace Germany's anti-Jew-
ish steps For in spite of the be-
people (botn non-Jews and Jews
lief so fashionable now among many
alike,) anti-Semitism is not some
mysterious or mythical phenomen-
on which hasno earthly causes and
can be called out at will by the
anti-Semitic magician as a rabbit
from a hat. Anti-Semitism is not,
as the Nazis believe, some un-
known affliction which is myster-
iously generated by Jews by the
mere fact of their existence among
non-Jews, and from which no gen-
tile people is exempt. Like most
other social '"manifestations, aUtl-
Semitism is deeply rooted in cer-
tain soils and is a product of cer-
tain economic, political and cultur-
al conditions. In a country where
these conditions are missing, n0
amount of propaganda is likely to
raise an anti-Semitic movement to
the same height, permanency and
Intensity as in those places where
the conditions for it are ripe.
Roumania has none of these con-
ditions which have made Germany
and Poland hot-beds of anti-Semit-
ism, and no amount of Nazi prop-
aganda can make It so. Economi-
cally no other country In Europe
is as well placed as Roumania. It
Is not only blessed with the most
fertile soil m Europe, but it has
the richest minerals and greatest
oil wells on the European conti-
nent. That country alone has more
natural resources than a dozen oth-
er States In Europe taken together.
It can support its population not
only in prosperity, but in affluence.
Unlike other Eastern and Central-
European countries, Roumania Is
not over-Populated. While Germany
Poland, and a good many other Eu-
ropean States are literally over-
flowing with people and are genu-
inely in need of an outlet Roumania
could easily accomodate twenty-
five million more people without
feeling the strain- Roumania has
no 'superflous' population, Jewish [
or other, such as has made Poland
famous.
Compared with the peasantry of
Poland, that of Roumania is very
wealthy. The Roumanian peasant
has not only a more fertile soil,
but a greater area of land. By
its great acquisition of foreign ter-
ritory after the War, the Rouman-
ian Government has been able to
satisfy the land hunger of its pea-
sants without affecting ,lts own
landlords. There is no famine
among Roumanan peasants as there
la among the Polish. Industrially,
the country Is not developed even
to a portion of Its possibilities.
There's not only no unenmployment
in Roumania, but the Industries are
obliged to bring In workers from
abroad, especially skilled workers.
All that talk about "Roumanising'
Industry Is baseless political prop-
aganda. Roumania cannot elimi-
nate non-Roumanian labour from
its Industry without ruining it, Just
as it cannot get along without for-
eign capital which develops most
of Its Industry. Previous attempta
to do both have always ended m
failure.
Roumania hasn't even got that
growing middle-class which Poland
has and which is there seeking to
acquire the economic positions held
by the Jews. Nor does she possesa
the intelllgantzla which, as in
Germany, Is truly able and eager
to acquire the professional posi-
tions of the Jews- Whereas in
Germany, the Jews at the time of
the rise of the Nazi regime, had
already accomplished their task In
develop**; German industry and
commerce, and could be eliminated
with ease, in Roumania industry
and commerce still need Jewish en-
terprise and capital for generations
(Continued on Page Eight)
Footnotes to History;
Happened to the Jews
By RABBI MORDECAI L. BRILL
Theodore Herzl, organizer of the
Zionist movement, who worked day
and night in its behalf and died
at the early age of 44, was heard
to exclaim towards the close of
hia life, "Zionism has been the
Sabbath of my life."
XXX
The taking of an oath was sur-
rounded with awe-inspiring fea-
tures so as to dl8courage perjury.
Thus Abraham ben David of Pos-
qoleres (12th century Rabbi) held
that the oath was to be adminis-[
tered In the Synagogue with all j
lights extinguished and in front of
a casket. Thia was to remind the
witness of the Day of Judgment.
XXX
In Breslau, in 1738. a Jewish wo-
man was made to take the oath
while wearing phylacteries.
XXX
There is a record of a French-
man who became converted to Jud-
aism and assumed the usual name
given to male converts, Abraham. |
Previous to his conversion he had
bean superior of the "bare-footed"
friars. (14th Century.)
XXX
Abraham Senior, wealthy leader
of Spanish Jewry before the expul-j
km, and financial adviser to the,
king, chose to accept Christianity
at the age of 80 rather than face
exile.
XXX
An argument often used against
Judaism by both Moalem and Chris-
tian writers was the fact that the
Jewish people was In exile, a per-
secuted minority among the na-
tions. In earlier times it waa held
that this showed clearly the infer-
ior power of the Jewish God. Later
writers held that Israel's exile was
evidence that God had rejected the
Jews.
XXX
According to Rabbinic law a son
may go to Palestine against the
commands of his parents. Talmudlc
law held that when a man decides
to emigrate to Palestine his wife
must follow him. If the wife re-
fuses she cannot demand divorce
with full payment of the contract-
ual amount, as was her right in
the ordinary case where the hus-
band decided to take up his resi-
dence in a new country.
XXX
Nahmanldes (Spanish Rabbi, 13th
century) held that living in Pales-
tine was one of the 613 fundamen-
tal commandments of Jewish law
xxx
Over a long period of time, the
great destructive forces, contagious
diseases and wars, seem to have
claimed fewer victims among the
Jews than among their gentile
neighbors. It is difficult to deter-
mine to what extent Jewish relig-
ious life, brought its prescriptions
of continual washing, discrimina-
tion in food, a strict day of rest,
and the Ike, helped build up great
er resistance to disease, but they
certainly played a part.
XXX
Jews were not allowed to settle
in Norway and Sweden until the
8th century. Even at the present
time there are but a few thousand
Jews living on the Scandinavian
Peninsula.
x x x
The most spectacular rise of
the Jews under capitalism came in
the first half of the 19th century
under the leadership of the Roths-
child family. An unsympathetic
THE WORLDS WINDOW
_________By LUDWIG LEWISOHN-
The views expressed by Lud-
wlg Lewisohn In his column aie
his own and do not necessarily
reflect the policies or attitude of
our publication. Reproduction In
whole or In part strictly for-
bidden.
The Conference for Palestine
held otf January 22 in the May-
flower Hotel In Washington was
both dignified and effective. The
circa 1500 delegates from all parts
of the country were serious with-
out gloom and aware of all the
world's tragic circumstances with-
out discouragement. For once there
were not too many speeches nor
were the speeches too long. It was
upon the whole the most restrained
Jewish convention that I have ever
had the good luck to attend. It
was a very exceptionally disci-
plined convention and 1 think that
every one went home, as I did, with
his resolves strengthened and hia
Jewish purposes sustained.
In order to make the particular
point which 1 want to make 1 shall
pas8 briefly overthe grave, well-
reasoned address concerning the
inner meaning of the fate of Ger-
man Jewry by Dr. Joachim Prinz,
the lyrical outburst of dear Ittamar
Hen Avi. the highly Important mes-
sage brought by Dr. Bernard Jos-
eph, legal councillor of the Jewish
Agency and even the noble sum
ming up of those great ldea8 that
have changed life for ua all by the
undisputed chief and teacher of us
all Dr. Stephen S. Wise, aa well a8
the beautifully modulated elo-
quence with which Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver assumed the duties of chair-
man of the United Palestine Ap-
peal which the chief is laying
on the other side. I have been ac-
cused again and again of anti-goy-
ishness (if I may say so) of a Jew-
ishnes8 too uncompromising. Less
than two weeks ago a good and
learned Rabbi chided me openly for
my persistent use of the word
Galuth for our estate and for char-
acterizing the present generation
even 1" America as a dor ha-mid-
bar, a desert generation. But there-
fore and this thing being so I am
in a position to point out a fact
that I have observed an hundred
times and that waa again illustrat-
I ed by Mr. Ickes' no les8 than maa-
terly discourse. The fact is this,
that to the highest type of Gentile
i mentality and character the total
Zionist position, both philosophical
and political, is crystaline in its
clearness and its necessity within
the historic processes of this age
and meets (luckily, luckily!) with-
in that type of mind and character
none of the morbid inner obstacles
that exist in Jewish minds not oth-
erwise despicable.
Mr. Ickes, to begin with, while
not assign primary causive force
world situation the factors of eco-
' nomic and political dislocation, did
not assign primary cauative force
j to these. Soberly and naturally
j without Jewish defensive passion
he pointed out and once more
grounded and established the fact
that in a world of dark pagan re-
down.
I I pass over theae briefly, I aay, in
' order to dwell on the address of
the Hon. Harold L. Ickes, Secre-
I tary of the Interior, not out of
snobbishness. Any one who knows
! me at all knows that I am apt to err
(Continued on Page Eight)

Slights from shadowland
By LOUIS PEKARSKY
.
CASTING NOTES
Sylvia Sidney has returned to
Hollywood to play the starring
role in a Paramount production
for which she waa loaned to that
studio by Producer Walter Wanger,
who holda her contract. Mi88 Sid-
ney told interviewers that the idea
of a motion picture favorite not
being able to aucceasfully return
to the stage from time to time is
"Just a lot of bosh.-' I intend to
mix stage appearances with screen
work from now on, she said. She
resumes her film making after
playing in a Broadway stage show.
The featured star of the "Good
News of 1938" radio program, Fan-
nie Brice in her "Baby Snooks"
role, really is the outstanding fea-
ture of this new air show. Her
comedy performances do much to
keep this show from being Just an-
other variety offering. She Is un-
der contract to MGM. ... A fea-
ture role In 20th Century's "Charlie
Chan at the Ringside." scheduled
for early production, has been
observer once asserted that the
house of Rothschild ''has to such
as it feels inclined, the movements
and operations of potentates and
even of the greatest European
powers."
xxx
Menasseh ben Israel's negotia-
tions with Oliver Cromwell arous-
<-?
awarded to Maxie Rosenbloom,
prize fighter, actor and night club
owner, and he will hang up b'-s
gloves for three weeks. The last
picture in which Maxie was cast
was "Nothing Sacred" ... As a
result of his success in the starring
role In the "Mr. Motto" series of
photoplays at 20th Century, Peter
Lone has been forced to decline-
an offer to return to the New York
stage. Benny Baker, the pop-
ular comedian, has been cast for
a role in Paramount's forthcoming
production of "Cocoanut Grove"
.... Miss Stella Adler, who is to
be known as Stella Ardler on the
screen, despite the fact that she
cornea from a family whose name is
famous and linked with the history
of the theatre, is cast as a publi-
city director of a soup company in
her first starring vehicle for Eman-
uel Cohen Major Pictures-
PERSONALLY 8PEAKING
Bebe Daniels, wife of Ben Lyon,
the Wol of Baltimore, tied up traf-
(Continued on Page Six)
ed the hostility of the Dutch gov-
ernment, which suspected that the
Jews of Holland might remove
their domicile to the British Isles.
This would Have meant a tremen-
dous loss of economic power for
the Dutch government and a radi-
cal reduction of government in-
come.

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ANCIENT AFFAIRS
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Dr. Safuel Margosnes. who U edi-
tor of the Jewih Day. of New
York, arrived to spend the season
here with his family. Mr. Mar-
goshes is a member of the staff of
the Jewish Morning Journal aa-
thor of several books and is the
executive secretary of the Judah
I^oa Peres Guild of Jewish Writ-
ers. With him are his daughter.
Mrs. Ida Kaminsky. and his daugh-
ter in law. Mrs. Samuel Margoshes.
whose pen name is Rosa Klrshen-
baum. famous writer and contribut-
or to the Dally Jewish Forward.

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Miss Ruthye Bernstein,
chairman of the theatre party to
be given the last part of thi*
month, appointed aa her commit-
tee Miss Rose Dubler and Miaa
Muriel Pallot. A complete report
*ill be given at the next meeting.
Miss Rose Dubler was appointed
chairman of the second annual
founders dinner and dance to be
Riven March 9. Aaaistinw her 00
tha committee are Miss Bernstein.
Mis., Neiiye Shaft Miss FloreBce
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The nest meeting win be toaigbt
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seves
B'NAI B'RITH
BRIEFS
Did you know that we are hav-
ing our next social meeting at the
Alamac Hotel on Wednesday, Feb-
ruary 23. There will be splendid
entertainment furnished through
the courtesy of the Cinema Casino,
music, dancing, refreshments and
an address will be delivered by
Judge Roth, of Orlando, Florida,
who Is the President of the State
Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges.
Everyone is invited.
XXX
Did you know that the officers
will, in the future, address the
1'resident of our Order, the Honor-
able Elry Stone, as "Pappy?"
iDun't forget to ask me why)
XXX
Did you know that Ben LeVine
lour treasurer) has been getting in
a great deal of money and really
putting out a tremendous amount
of work for the benefit of the or-
der?
XXX
Did you know that the member
of our order who packs the most
personality is none other than "Ike"
Levin?
XXX
Did you know that B'nai B'rith
has grown by a net increase of sev-
enteen lodges and eighteen Wo-
men's Auxiliaries?
XXX
Did you know that Alfred M.
Cohen, president of the Order since
1925. intends- to retire at the end
of his present term, in May, at
which time the international con-
vention of B'nai B'rith will be held
in Washington, D. C. He was first
tlected in 1925, and re-elected itf
1930 and 1935.
XXX
Did you know that B'nai B'rith
twelfth Hlllel Foundation will be
opened next autumn at the Univer-
sity of Indiana, at Bloomington.
XXX
Did you know that our member-
ship hi stringer than in many
years; our Anti-Defamation work
is being prosecuted on a scale and
in way unknown in the past; our
Hille-1 Foundations are steadying
Jewish minds and Jewish hearts in
10,000 students in H great univer-
sities; our A. Z. A. has increased
to 10,000 active and alumni mem-
bers, promising militant recruits
for the ranks of Jewry in Amer-
ica; our research department is
answering an insistent cry for
knowledge of where the Jewish
indents are, what courses they
are pursuing, what they are think-
ing of respecting their future, how
best their future may be lived; our
Americanization department cn-
'inues to Inculcate the spirit of
America in the breasts of foreign
bom; our hospitals continue to
minister to the sick and search out
the cause of disease; our orphan-
ages, as in the past, tenderly care
for children bereft of parents; our
homes for the aged, as always, are
smoothing the way for very many;
we are answering with sympathy
and substance cries for help, wheth-
er near or far away; into all homes
in which the B'nai B'rith Magarlne
comes there ig brought Jewish cul-
ture and Jewsh information; a
B'nai B'rith Florence Nightingale is
fulfilling her mission of scattering
hope among the sick of our faith
in the great clinic at Rochester,
Minn. We are uniting Jews from^
one end of the world to the other
>n Jewish consciousness and creat-
ing in them knowledge that noth-
ing Jewish is alien to the thought
of B'nai B'rith.

TROPIQUE SUNSHINE FASHIONS
A study in Matched Accessories. The hat, belt, glove s, bag and shoes all carry out the Tropique motif in
appliqued kid colorful as confetti. A fashion that originated at Burdine's.
WUamL
By E- AL PALLOT
Who do you think is going to be
in the Governor's Club that the
"Y" is contemplating on having
You guess- I know.
Why Is Lou Safer one of the first
to leave after the close of the "Y"
meetings. Not pinochle Lou? Or
is it?
Harry Schwartz Just walked In
and challenges various and sundry
to a confectionery debate. Choose
your own punchbo*rd.
A SPECIALIST
Walter Jacobs, while talking to
Nick Kenney, asked Nick the name
of his family doctor. "Well," he
answered, "I hardly know. My
mother goes to an eye spedarlBt;
father goes to a stomach special-
ist; my sister goes to a throat
specialist; my brother Is in the
care of a lung specialist, and right
now I am taking treatments from
another specialist."
If you have had a swell time at
the previous affairs of the "Y,"
then be sure to attend the testi-
monial dinner honoring an out-
standing Miamlan for his unselfish
work in Miami, at the same time
honrring those who have worked
and given their support during the
past year to the "Y." There will
also take place the presentation
of life membership emblems to
those who have subscribed to and
become life members.
prisoner get out ofa taxi with Dave
at the court house."
What prominent Miami business
firm 14 donating furniture for the
"Y" building? Look for more de-
tails next Week-
Leo Robinson was telling me this
one about Barrister Dave Lemel-
man, whom he heard make this
statement while addressing the
court: May It please the court, I
brought the prisoner from jail on
a habeas corpus." A friend, stand-
ing beside Leo, nudged him and
said in an undertone: "These law-
yers will say anything. I saw the
JUNIOR DIVISION TO HOLD
PICNIC
The Junior Division of the Y. M.
H. A. will hold an all day picnic
at Greynold's Park this Sunday.
February 13, it was announced by
Miss Mildred Berkowltz, chairman.
Drinks and transportation will be
provided tor all and the truck will
leave the "Y" grounds at 10 a. m.
sharp. All those who are going
to attend are asked to bring their
own lunches and to meet at the
"Y" grounds promptly- All boys
and girls are cordially Invited to
attend.
St Petersburg News
Several weeks ago the young
Jewish people of St Petersburg
formed a new organization, the
Jewish Youth Council. This Coun-
cil has the distinction to be the
first of its kind in St. Petersburg.
Its purpose Is to bring the young
Jewish people of St. Petersburg
and the young Jewish visitors Into
| closer harmony through a social.
charitable and educational pur-
Pose.
So far, due to the cooperation
of all members, much progress has
been made. The officers of this
Council are: Irving Greenstone^
president; Irving Margolis, vice-
president; Fern Goldberg, secre-
tary, Mildred Carrol, treasurer and
three standing committees- The
body consists of about one hast res-
idents and one-half winter visitors.
Any social activity includes all
members. This Thursday, as trio
Council's first affair, the social
committee has planned a wiener
roast.
The oharity program includes
residents of St. Petersburg
need aid and the educational
gram is to be a means of acquq
Ing the young Jewish people
their religion andto make for
better understanding between Jew
and Christian.
Honorary membership is extend-
ed to all Rabbis of the city.
The Jewish Youth Council ex-
tends a standing invitation to all
young Jewish people to attend any
of the meetings, which take place
every Wednesday night at the Con-
gregation ;B'nai B'rith Israel at
8:15 o'clock.


PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY M
198
Can Roumanian
Jewry Escape
Germany's Fate
(Continued from Page Five)
to come. Economically, there Is
no country in Europe which has
less reason and need for an anti-
Jewish Stute policy than Rouman-
ia. Politically, Roumania came out
of the Great War with the richest
spoils in Europe. It acquired Bes-
sarabia, Bukovina, Transylvania,
huge, rich tracts of land from Rus-
sia, Austria and Hungary. The fact
is that no other country, not even
any of the Great Powers, has gain-
ed so much in Europe as Roumania.
From a little Balkan State, recently
emerged from under the Turkish
yoke, It has become one of the
richest and most influential States
in South-east Europe, chiefly
through ihe acquisition of territor-
ities a"d fabulous wealth taken
from others and given to her. Cer-
tainly, Roumania cannot be said
to be a 'have-not' nation which has
come out wronged from the War
and which has legitimate or illl-
gitimate grievances!
What are the causes, then, econo-
mic, political or other, which should
now drive Roumania on a course
of unrest and despair such as is
at least understandable in Ger-i
many? What has she to gain by
breaking treaties entered at Ver-
sailles, which gave her half of her
territory By flouting the League
of Nations upon which her present
strength is based? By antagonis-
ing foreign capital which supports
most of her great Industries? What
real benefit can a country with
a population of thirty-five percent
other than Roumanian gain by a
policy of Roumania for the Rou-
manians?
It is folly to compare a situation
6uch as this with that of Germany
who lost the War and sustained
the greatest political blow a Great
Power has sustained in centuries;
whose population is overflowing its
borders; whose country has not
the natural resources to support
itself; whose peasants are impov-
erished and whose industrial work-
ers are starving; whose middle
class and intelligentzia have no out
let for their abilities, and whose
people is eaten up by real and
imaginary grievances and is in a
state of economic and political de-
spair. It s just as foolish as to
compare the German nationalist
movement which politically had
embraced one half of the German
people and psychologically almost
the entire nation when it came t<5
power, with the Goga-Cuza move-
ment which drew less than ten per
cent of the people's votes at a gen-
eral election and which has no so-
cial or psychological anchorage in
any class of Roumanian society. Or
to draw a comparison between the
young, active and ambitious Cerol
and the senile Hindenburg who
turned over the power to Hitler.
The fact is that the Roumanian
anti-Semitic policy is entirely de-
void of soil; it is an artificial pro
duct wthout economc, political or
psychological roots. Neither the
peasantry nor labour, the middle
class nor even the big industrial-
ists are behind it. Nit only the
democratic Peasant Party but even
the reactionary Bratianau 'Liberal'
Party must eventually oppose such
a policy. The entire thing is a
concoction of Nazi diplomacy, a
device through which Nazi Ger-
many seeks to strengthen its posi-
tion in South-Eastern Europe. Since
Nazi Germany has made anti-Semit-
ism the chief tool of its diplomacy,
every one of its moves Is made to
appear as an anti-Semitic upheaval,
but it does not require too much
power of observation to see the
non-Jewish diplomatic and political
objectives sticking out behind the
anti-Semitic screen. The Goga-Cu-I
za Government, as well as the e"
tire movement of 'Roumania for
the Roumanians' is one of those
secret moves and Intrigues of Bal-
kan diplomacy which may, of
course, do much mischief while it
lasts, but it certainly is not a
move deeply rooted in the econo-
mic and political soil of Roumania
and it cannot endure. It Is a clev-
erly managed Nazi manoeuvre, per-
haps even a diplomatic Nazi vic-
tory, but it is no more than this.
Such Is the second view of the
Roumanian situation now prevalent
among the Jews in Europel It lsl
a less alarming view than the first1
and is more hipeful of the Jewish
position in the country. The writ-
er cannot vouch for the absolute
correctness of either of these (al-
though he does not want to hide
his greater sympathy with the less
alarming view,) but he advances
them as typical attitudes of Eu-
ropean Jews towards the critical
events In Roumania at the present
moment. It is important to add
that, curiously enough, both Rou-
manian and Polish Jewries take
the more optimistic view of the
situation and do not on the whole
share the opinion of the alarmists
who expect a second Germany in
Roumania.
THE WORLDS
(Continued from Page Five)
action against both liberty and
goodness the Jews were felt to be
the symbols of liberty andgoodneu,
of that righteousness and humanity
and essential democracy which
their faith and ways had brought
into the world and were therefore
crucified by the tyrants who de-
sired to destroy all that the Jews
historically and metaphysically
stand for and represent He as-
signed to the Jewish people the
fundamental being of a democratic
and libertarian people and there-
fore saw with the Immediacy of
the soundest vision that this peo-
ple driven forth from the new slave-
states, the sworn enemies of liberty
and brotherhood and democracy,
should reintegrate itself on its own
soil and there determine Its own
fate and future and that it should
do so not only in order to save its
remnants but as a part of the his-
toric process In defense and illus-
tration of those democratic princi-
ples which are the life principles
of the American people and the
American state. In other words he
had no difficulty In equating Zion-
ism with Americanism nor any dif-
ficulty in equating it with the de-
,nse of democracy >n the world.
Well, bow many weary times
have I "ot hud older Jews still ar-
gue With me on the silly old ground
that Zlontom was incompatible with
Americanism and younger Jews on
U,e ciually slly ground that some-
thing they called British imperial-
is,,, invalidated the work of the
up-building of Palestine. To en-
lightened Americans these argu-
ments seem never even to occur.
Mr. Ickes is by no means my first
w only example of that. Hut the
discourse of Mr. Ickes which will,
of course be printed and which. I
hope, will be very widely dissemin-
ated ought to be and for some time
to remain the classic example of
tl.c freedom and clarity with which
the high non-Jewish mind sees im-
mediately the inevitability of our
work, hope, aspratlon. Nor should
I fail to add the fact ti.at Mr. Ickes
at the beginning of his discourse in
which, by the way, he bravely and
nobly named by symbolic names
the dark forces in ti.e worldHit-
ler, Mussoliniassured us that
what he said to us was no less than
his opinion and reasoning and re-
action of the President.
I often think and now I think
so again that we ought to do more.
to energize the Christian world
the defense and furthering 0f u,
cause of the Jewish people. I have
heard Mr- Ickes; I have heard Brit-
ish parliamentarians; I have heard
Justin Godard in Paris; I ,na||
never forget a certain speech made
in a small town Talmud Toran by
Senator Austin ot Vermont. Chris,
tians of a high typehere and in
England and In Franceare at
once accessible to both the reason-
ableness and the beauty of our
cause. It Is the Ghetto fears of
the assimilationlst that stand in
our way. Let us convert and har-
ness lots of Senators and Congress-
men, a few leaders of society, more
of the Christian clergy. Then may.
be the frightened Jews will rally-
will have the courage to rally to
their own cause.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE NINE
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 8. W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Dally: Shachris at 8 a. m.;
Miucha at 6:30 p. m.; Maarlv,
15 minutes after sunset.
Sabbath services: Friday
evening at 6:30 p. m.; Satur-
day morning at 9:30 a. m.; Sat-
urday afternoon at 615 p. m.
Baruch Habo
We extend the Scriptural greet-
ings and blessings to Rev- Dr. and
Mrs. Bernard Revel who came to
our community for a brief visit.
These distinguished visitors are
here for a rest it is true, yet it Is
hoped that our people will avail
themselves of the privilege to bask
in the reflected glory of these two
luminaries in Israel. We bespeak
to you dear guests the high esteem
and reverent respect of our congre-
gation and hope that you will find
your trip worthwhile and your rest
s.iiisfactory.
Friday Evening Services
The open forum of discussing
current and vital Jewish problems
continues with great jntesest. Start-
ing with a dlsccs8ion on the "Par-
tition Plan" Rabbi Abraham A.
Kellner gradually narrowed the
limits and boundaries of his talks
and will this Friday night, Febru-
ary 11, on "Problems of Our Own
Community." These talks begin at
8:18 and the general discussion
that follows prove greatly stimu-
lating. As usual there will be an
Oneg Shabbos period In the vestry
:oora following the lecture, the lat-
ter too Is of great importance as
it affords the opportunity to many
a man and woman to spend an
hour or so In the truly traditional
Sabbath spirit. A cordial Invita-
tion is extended to all.
National Leader Honored
A very successful and enloyable
evening was spent by a large au-
dience of well over thre* hundred
people who came to participate In
the reception tendered by the La-
flies Auxiliary of the congregation
to Mrs. Herbert S- Goldstein. Nat-
ional President of the Women's
Branch of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America
President H. M. Drevlch of the
Congregation opened the proceed-
ings with a brief talk and presented
Rabbi Abraham Kellner who acted
as master of ceremonies for the
evening. Rabbi Max Shapiro
brought greetings from the Rabbi-
nical Association and Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff brought a message of
welcome from Miami Beach. Brief
but heartfelt greetings were expres-
sed by the following, representing
their respective irganizations: Mrs.
Nathan Blumberg. presdent of the
Ladies Auxiliary, Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, who were
hosts to the distinguished guests;
Mr. E. Albert Pallot, Y. M. H- A.; |
Mrs. Isidore Cohen, Chesed Shel
Emea; Mrs. Ida Optner, Welfare
Bureau; Miss Ida Engler, Y. W. H.
A.; Mr. George Chertkof. Council
of Jewish Juniors; Mrs- L. Kit kin.
! ladassah ; Mrs. Moses Mescheloff.
Sisterhood Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion and Phyllis Shulman for the
Habanoth Group. It was revealed
(luring the evening that the Miami
Orthodox Congregation was the
first to become affiliated through
the Auxiliary with the work of the
Pnlon. This was accomplished
through the efforts of Mrs. Abra-.
ham Kellner and It was also due
to her untiring efforts that the
first Habanoth Club In the South
was organized under the aegis of
the Auxiliary. The girls of the;
Club were heard in several songs
and then they presented the guest
of honor, Mrs. Goldstein, with a
beautiful corsage of flowers. Simi-
lar honor was bestowed upon the
sponsor, Mrs. Kellner, after which
the guests were receiving the
many visitors who were anxious
to say a personal word of greeting.
A committee of the Ladles Auxil-
iary served refreshments and the
festivities closed with the singing
of the Hatikvoh.
Jewish Radio Hour
This Sunday afternoon at 3:30
Rabbi Abraham Kellner will con-
duct the weekly Jewish Hour over
Station WIOD. The talk will be
given on "Sabbath or Saturday"
Rev. Nathan Wroobel will sing
several selections from the Sabbath
Service and Mrs. George Chertkof
will read "Sabbath Poems."
Habanoth to Sponsor Play
The Miami chapter of the Nat-
ional Habanoth Movement will
sponsor "An Evening of Play and
Entertainment" on Sunday night,
February 20th. The affair is sched-
uled to take place 1" the auditor-
ium of the Y. M. H. A., 15G7 S. W. j
5th street. In addition to a well j
coached play, the girl s will pre-
sent several tableaus depicting
Jewish life In the Galuth and
Eretz Israel- Also on the same
program will be featured the popu-
larly acclaimed "Bramson's Jewish
orchestra and a plea hereby direct-
ed to all friends of the Congrega-
tion to come and help this worth-
while function of this very worthy
group. The entire proceeds of the
evening will be donated to a most
worthy cause.
Annual Ball Announced
The Ladies Auxiliary takes plea-
sure In announcing that the annual
Purlin Ball will this year be held
on Tuesday night, March 1st. The
committee in charge engaged the
services of a leading orchestra and
has hired the beautifully re-decor-
ated ball room of the Miami Wo-
men's Club. Headed by Mrs. Ida
Buckstein, a large group of ladles
are at work to make this affair
a great success. If you are desir-
ous of obtaining tickets or want
to be of help In any manner what-
soever, please call the chalrlady at
2-7059. As In the past, the entire
prodeeds will be given over to the
Talmud Torah Fund of the Auxil-
iary and we respectfully solicit the
help and cooperation of all friends
of our congregation.
Wedding, to Take Place
The wedding of Miss Rose Smith
of Miami to Mr. Sol Westcourt of
Brooklyn, N. Y., will take place
today at 2:30 p. m.. at the home of
Rabbi Max Shapiro who will offi-
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•-.V... .-.-_.j-i_Vu FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE NINE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 8. W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Dally: Shachris at 8 a. m.; Miucha at 6:30 p. m.; Maarlv, 15 minutes after sunset. Sabbath services: Friday evening at 6:30 p. m.; Saturday morning at 9:30 a. m.; Saturday afternoon at 615 p. m. Baruch Habo We extend the Scriptural greetings and blessings to RevDr. and Mrs. Bernard Revel who came to our community for a brief visit. These distinguished visitors are here for a rest it is true, yet it Is hoped that our people will avail themselves of the privilege to bask in the reflected glory of these two luminaries in Israel. We bespeak to you dear guests the high esteem and reverent respect of our congregation and hope that you will find your trip worthwhile and your rest s.iiisfactory. Friday Evening Services The open forum of discussing current and vital Jewish problems continues with great jntesest. Starting with a dlsccs8ion on the "Partition Plan" Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner gradually narrowed the limits and boundaries of his talks and will this Friday night, February 11, on "Problems of Our Own Community." These talks begin at 8:18 and the general discussion that follows prove greatly stimulating. As usual there will be an Oneg Shabbos period In the vestry :oora following the lecture, the latter too Is of great importance as it affords the opportunity to many a man and woman to spend an hour or so In the truly traditional Sabbath spirit. A cordial Invitation is extended to all. National Leader Honored A very successful and enloyable evening was spent by a large audience of well over thre* hundred people who came to participate In the reception tendered by the Laflies Auxiliary of the congregation to Mrs. Herbert SGoldstein. National President of the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America President H. M. Drevlch of the Congregation opened the proceedings with a brief talk and presented Rabbi Abraham Kellner who acted as master of ceremonies for the evening. Rabbi Max Shapiro brought greetings from the Rabbinical Association and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff brought a message of welcome from Miami Beach. Brief but heartfelt greetings were expressed by the following, representing their respective irganizations: Mrs. Nathan Blumberg. presdent of the Ladies Auxiliary, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, who were hosts to the distinguished guests; Mr. E. Albert Pallot, Y. M. HA.; | Mrs. Isidore Cohen, Chesed Shel Emea; Mrs. Ida Optner, Welfare Bureau; Miss Ida Engler, Y. W. H. A.; Mr. George Chertkof. Council of Jewish Juniors; MrsL. Kit kin. lad assah ; Mrs. Moses Mescheloff. Sisterhood Beth Jacob Congregation and Phyllis Shulman for the Habanoth Group. It was revealed (luring the evening that the Miami Orthodox Congregation was the first to become affiliated through the Auxiliary with the work of the Pnlon. This was accomplished through the efforts of Mrs. Abra-. ham Kellner and It was also due to her untiring efforts that the first Habanoth Club In the South was organized under the aegis of the Auxiliary. The girls of the; Club were heard in several songs and then they presented the guest of honor, Mrs. Goldstein, with a beautiful corsage of flowers. Similar honor was bestowed upon the sponsor, Mrs. Kellner, after which the guests were receiving the many visitors who were anxious to say a personal word of greeting. A committee of the Ladles Auxiliary served refreshments and the festivities closed with the singing of the Hatikvoh. Jewish Radio Hour This Sunday afternoon at 3:30 Rabbi Abraham Kellner will conduct the weekly Jewish Hour over Station WIOD. The talk will be given on "Sabbath or Saturday" Rev. Nathan Wroobel will sing several selections from the Sabbath Service and Mrs. George Chertkof will read "Sabbath Poems." Habanoth to Sponsor Play The Miami chapter of the National Habanoth Movement will sponsor "An Evening of Play and Entertainment" on Sunday night, February 20th. The affair is scheduled to take place 1" the auditorium of the Y. M. H. A., 15G7 S. W. j 5th street. In addition to a well j coached play, the girl s will present several tableaus depicting Jewish life In the Galuth and Eretz IsraelAlso on the same program will be featured the popularly acclaimed "Bramson's Jewish orchestra and a plea hereby directed to all friends of the Congregation to come and help this worthwhile function of this very worthy group. The entire proceeds of the evening will be donated to a most worthy cause. Annual Ball Announced The Ladies Auxiliary takes pleasure In announcing that the annual Purlin Ball will this year be held on Tuesday night, March 1st. The committee in charge engaged the services of a leading orchestra and has hired the beautifully re-decorated ball room of the Miami Women's Club. Headed by Mrs. Ida Buckstein, a large group of ladles are at work to make this affair a great success. If you are desirous of obtaining tickets or want to be of help In any manner whatsoever, please call the chalrlady at 2-7059. As In the past, the entire prodeeds will be given over to the Talmud Torah Fund of the Auxiliary and we respectfully solicit the help and cooperation of all friends of our congregation. Wedding, to Take Place The wedding of Miss Rose Smith of Miami to Mr. Sol Westcourt of Brooklyn, N. Y., will take place today at 2:30 p. m.. at the home of Rabbi Max Shapiro who will officiate at the ceremony. FOR RENT Frit.NISHKI. l{,,„ m delightfully furn"*"' re "<"iably priced, to couple or two gentlemen. Phone 2-7930. DENTIST DR. R. S. AKERS DR. H. L. ANDERSON DR. H. 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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE NINE
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 8. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Dally: Sbachrls at 8 a. m.;
Mlncha at 6:30 p. m.; Maarlv,
15 minutes after sunset
Sabbath services: Friday
evening at 5:30 p. m.; Satur-
day morning at 9:30 a. m.; Sat-
urday afternoon at 616 p. m.
Baruch Habo
We extend the Scriptural greet-
ings and blessings to Rev- Dr. and
Mrs. Bernard Revel who came to
our community for a brief visit.
These distinguished visitors are
here for a rest it is true, yet It is
hoped that our people will avail
themselves of the privilege to bask
in the reflected glory of these two
luminaries in Israel. We bespeak
lo you dear guests the high esteem
and reverent respect of our congre-
gation and hope that you will find
your trip worthwhile and your rest
satisfactory.
Friday Evening Services
The open forum of discussing
current and vital Jewish problems
continues with great jntesest. Start-
ing with a disccsslon on the "Par-
tition Plan" Rabbi Abraham A.
Kellner gradually narrowed the
limits and boundaries of his talks
and will this Friday night, Febru-
ary 11, on "Problems of Our Own
Community." These talks begin at
S:15 and the general discussion
that follows prove greatly stimu-
lating. As usual there will be an
Oneg Shabbos period in the vestry
ioom following the lecture, the lat-
ter too is of great importance as
it affords the opportunity to many
a man and woman to spend an
hour or so in the truly traditional
Sabbath spirit. A cordial invita-
tion is extended to all.
National Leader Honored
A very successful and enioyablo
evening was spent by a large au-
dience of well over thre^ hu"drrd
people who came to participate in
the reception tendered by the La-
dies Auxiliary of the congregation
to Mrs. Herbert S- Goldstein. Nat-
ional President of the Women's
Branch of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America
President H. M. Drevich of the
Congregation opened the proceed-
ings with a brief talk and presented
Rabbi Abraham Kellner who acted
ag master of ceremonies for the
evening. Rabbi Max Shapiro
brought greetings from the Rabbi-
nical Association and Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff brought a message of
welcome from Miami Beach. Brief
but heartfelt greetings were expres-
sed by the following, representing
their respective irganlzations: Mrs.
Nathan Blumberg. presdent of the
Ladies Auxiliary. Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, who were
hosts to the distinguished guests:
Mr. E. Albert Pallot, Y. M. H- A.:
Mrs. Isidore Cohen, Chesed Shel
Kmcs; Mrs. Ida Optner, Welfare
Hureau; Miss Ida Engler, Y. W. H.
A.; Mr. George Chertkof. Council
of Jewish Juniors; Mrs- L. Kitkin.
Hadassah; Mrs. Moses Mescheloff.
Sisterhood Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion and Phyllis Shulman for the
Habanoth Group. It was revealed
during the evening that the Miami
Orthodox Congregation was the
first to become affiliated through
the Auxiliary with the work of the
1'nion. This was accomplished
through the efforts of Mrs. Abra-
ham Kellner and it was also due
to her untiring efforts that the
first Habanoth Club In the South
was organized under the aegis of
the Auxiliary. The girls of the
Club were heard in several eongs
and then they presented the guest
of honor, Mrs. Goldstein, with a
beautiful corsage of flowers. Simi-
lar hoor was bestowed upon the
sponsor, Mrs. Kellner, after which
the guests were receiving the
many visitors who were anxious
to say a personal word of greeting.
A committee of the Ladies Auxil-
iary served refreshments and the
festivities closed with the singing
of the Hatikvoh.
Jewish Radio Hour
This Sunday afternoon at 3:30
Rabbi Abraham Kellner will con-
duct the weekly Jewish Hour over
Station WIOD. The talk will be
given on "Sabbath or Saturday"
Rev. Nathan Wroobel will sing
several selections from the Sabbath
Service and Mrs. George Chertkof
will read "Sabbath Poems."
Habanoth to Sponsor Play
The Miami chapter of the Nat-
ional Habanoth Movement will |
sponsor "An Evening of Play and
Entertainment" on Sunday night,
February 20th. The affair is sched-1
uled to take place in the auditor-;
ium of the Y. M. H. A., 15C7 S. W. i
5th street. In addition to a well j
Wedding to Take Place
The wedding of Miss Rose Smith
of Miami to Mr. Sol Westcourt of
Brooklyn, N. Y., will take place
loday at 2:30 p m., at the home of
Rabbi Max Shapiro who will offi-
ciate at the ceremony.
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coached play, the girl s will pre-
sent several tableaus depicting
Jewish life in the Galuth and
Eretz Israel- Also on the same
program will be featured the popu-
larly acclaimed "Bramson's Jewish
orchestra and a plea hereby direct-
ed to all friends of the Congrega-
tion to come and help this worth-
while function of this very worthy
group. The entire proceeds of the
evening will be donated to a most
worthy cause.
Annual Ball Announced
The Ladies Auxiliary takes plea-
sure in announcing that the annual
Purim Ball will this year be held
on Tuesday night. March 1st. The
committee in charge engaged the
services of a leading orchestra and
has hired the beautifully re-decor-
ated ball room of the Miami Wo-
men's Club. Headed by Mrs. Ida
Buckstein, a large group of ladies
are at work to make this affair
a great success. If you are desir-
ous of obtaining tickets or want
to be of help in any manner what-
soever, please call the chairlady at
2-7059. As in the past, the entire
prodeeds will be given over to the
Talmud Torah Fund of the Auxil-
iary and we respectfully solicit the
help and cooperation of all friends
of our congregation.
Visitor Here
Mrs. Arthur Fine, nee Sylvia
Miller, of Cincinnati, Ohio, is vis-
iting her parents, Mr- and Mrs. H.
H. Miller, 1136 S- W. 6th street.
Miami.
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m wJewisti Floridiai m Qumm Tlhe Jewlsti njmity VOLUME II.—NUMBER 5MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS UNITED JEWISH APPEAL BANQUET AT ALCAZAR HOTEL LAST WEEK Loft to right: Harry Sirnonhoff, George Goldberg, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, 0 hairman of the Miami Beach division; Mrs. Day J. Apte Rabbi Philin S Bernstein of Rochester, Day J. Apte, chairman of the Miami division; Rabbi Barnett Brickner of Cleveland; Joseph M. Lipton, chairman of the Banquet Committee, and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton DIRECTOR URGES EDUCATION FUND Now York, (WNS) — Establish ment of a central fund for higher Jewish education in the United States through the mechanism o a "sort of holding company which would "engage in the Joint effort for the purpose of raising fund needed by Its constituents" and out of which might eventually grow a Jewish university in this country was proposed by Dr. Maurice J. Karpf, director of the Graduate School for Jewish Social Work, in a discussion at the symposium on "The Future of Higher Jewish Education in America," which was held as part of the second annual seminary conference on Jewish affairs at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Emphasizing that the difficulties encoun tered by Jewish educational institutions in maintaining themselves during the last five years had made the need for such a fund more urgent, Dr. Karpf said the fund could be used to support the Seminary, Hebrew Union College, Dropsle College, the Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva and Yeshlva College, the Graduate School, the Jewish Institute of Religion and similar institutions. He recalled that the late Felix M. Warburg, Jacob H. Schiff, Julius Rosenwald and Louis Marshall all had been interested in such a fund and that Dr. Cyrus Adler had sponsored the idea for more than 25 years. If such a fund were created, Dr. Karpf stated, it would enhance the standing of the schools, guarantee a minimum amount of permanence and security and free their administrators from fund-raising problems while j ading the researchHe also said that if the fund grew into a Jewish university such an institution might be called the American Jewish University, the American Jewish Academy or the American Jewish Institute for Advanced Study. The conference was opened with a keynote address by Rabbi Milton Steinberg of the Park Avenue Synagogue who pleaded for "religious culturalism as against the purely religious, the purely cultural, the purely philanthropic and the completely un-Jewish trend of events in the life of Jews in America. He advocated a program of religious, cultural and philanthropic elements in American Judaism. In an analysis of the pattern of Jewish life In America he pointed out that the Jews may be divided into five groups: those ignorant of their own past and unassoclated with Jewish institutions and whose Jewishness consists only in their feeling that they are Jews; those whose Jewishness expresses itself only In philanthropy and the repelling of hostility; those who see in Judaism a culture or civilization in which religion has no place and who are interested in the Hebrew language and culture, and in Jewish educational agencies and trends in Palestine as a cultural center of world Jewry, the interest in worship and the translation of worship into action" which "in practice" has "led to a Jewishness too truncated and anaemic to be either meaningful or self-sustaining." 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. B'NAI B'RITH NAMES GROUPS BENEFIT DANCE TO AID CLINIC The annual dance given by the National Council of Jewish Juniors will be held Sunday evening, February 13. at the Civic Center Ballroom. The entire proceeds of this dance will g 0 towards the project of the Junior Council which is the establishment of a children's charity clinic at the Alton Road Hospital, and the social service work ton Road Hospital, says the clinic will function regularly at the hospital, ano the social service work and equipment will be contributed l>y the National Council of Jewish JuniorsMINERS UNION BARS KLAN FROM MEMBERSHIP Washington, D. C, WNS)—Members of the Ku Klux Klan are barred from membership in the United Mine Workers of America, the principal union in the C. IO., according to an amendment to the constitution of the union which was adopted at its biennial convention. The commltee In charge of the arrangements for the dance February 13, is headed by Mr. Paul Barnett, chairman, and Mr. George Chertkof, president of the organization. A floor show will be the feature of the evening. The Duval Sisters, pToteges of Rudy Valee, will give an interpretation At a meeting of the local B'nai B'rith Lodge last Tuesday night, the following committees were named to serve for 1938: Intellectual Advancement Committee—Jack Abbott, chairman; Stanley CMyers, Dr. Harold Rand, Dr. Chas. Beckwltt, Dr. Max Pepper, Dr. Barney Welnkle. Peace Committee—Leo Robinson, chairman; George Goldberg, Sam Blank, Joe Richter, R. R. Adler, I. Wohl. Sick and Visiting Committee—W. M. Friedman, chairman; Leon Elkln Max Rappaport, Joe Mechlow, Chas. Abbott, AKronenfeld, Leo Stein, H. Fischer, Roland Granat, Sol Goldstrom. Finance Committee—E. A. Pallot, chairman, Milton Friedman, Benjamin Le Vine, George Schwartz (Accountant) Samuel Gurss, Henry Bulbln. Trustees are also mem hers of this committee. Entertainment Committee — Leo Eisenstein, chairman; Marx Feinberg, Harry Zuckemick, Dr. S. Beckman. Membership Committee — R. R. Adler, chairman; Sam Halpert, M H. Nlssenbaum, Harry Rayvis, I Rosengarten, L. Grossberg, H. Weingarten, H. Novack, Harry Orlln. A. Z. A. Committee — Nathan Adelman, chairman; H. Barnett, Ralph Neufeld. Students Union Committee — Isaac Levin, chairman; S. L. Segal 1, Milton Friedman, Dr. Chas. Werblow, Sam Weissel, Rabbis J. H Kaplan, Max Shapiro, Colman A. Zwltman, M. Mescheloff and A. A Kellner. f Americanization and Citizenship Committee—M. L. Marcus, chairman; Abe Schonfleld, George Schwartz (Attorney) Louis Heiman Leon Stoller. Anti-Defamation Committee — J. L. Shochet, chairman; Harry Simonhoff, Benjamin Bronston, Hy Rifaa, Wm. Taradash. NOTED GALAXY WILL PERFORM With Harry Richman heading the entertainment committee, Dan Healey, Joe Lewis and Bell Baker among the stars of radio, stage and screen actively assisting, the an nual Night of Stars, sponsored by the Jewish Welfare Bureau will present the finest aggregation of entertainers in any one night ever shown in the history of this entire area, and bids fair to outshine last year's stellar performance. R. R. Adler, founder of the Night of Stars for the Jewish Welfare Bureau again heads the general committee. He is being ably assisted by a committee of ladies headed by Mrs. M. L. Marcus and a committee of businessmen headed by Leo Robjnson. "When one will realize the exceptional demands being placed on the Jewish Welfare Bureau continually by not only our local needs but by transient problems, cases of parents bringing their sick children to Miami in quest of health as a last resort on the advice of their physicians," said Mr. Adler, "they will soon realize why it is that we are so anxious to have this affair a complete sell out" "Can one imagine anyone so heartless that he would refuse to give bread to the hungry, or to turn away a stranger from his door when that turning away would mean the definite placing of one who has a chance to recover in the list of those absolutely hopeless," continued Mr. Adler. "We have had whole families become burdens RABBI DR. BERNARD REVEL President of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshlva and Yeshlva College, now In Miamion the organization because they wanted to save the life of a young child who was hopelessly crippled and whose only chance was the health giving sunshine of this area. We do just what every humane individual would do, and that is we help until it hurts." Mr. Adler stressed the fact that though this was the means of affording much needed cash for the organization's work, actually the people were being afforded a rare opportunity to purchase an evening of entertainment on Monday, February 21, beginning at 9 o'clock and lasting for more than four hours at the Olympia Theatre which they could not purchase any where in the entire world at ten times the cost. ENGLAND SEEKS JEWISH RIGHTS FROM ROUMANIA London, (WNS) — The British Government is studying what immediate action it may take to protect the minority rights of the Jews in Roumania, Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden told the House of Commons during a debate on the Roumanian situation precipitated by Col. Josiah Wedgwood, Laborite, who asked whether Britain was consulting the United States to obtain the most effective results in order to guarantee the preservation of Jewish minority rights in Roumania. Eden said that England was examining the matter to determine what steps "might be considered useful in these circumstances to protect minority rights," and pointed out that the British ambassador in Bucharest had reminded the Roumanian foreign minister of England's interest in the minorities treaties. In reply to Colonel Wedgwiod, Eden reminded the House that the United States did not have the same interest as England and France In the minorities treaty because it was not a member of the League of Nations and had not ratified the treaty. When Colonel Wedgwood asked "is the Interest of America in this matter more a humitarian than a treaty Interest?" Eden said that "as far as the United States is concerned I must leave that to them. I do not think I could facilitate an approach from this side." 1



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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY M 198 Can Roumanian Jewry Escape Germany's Fate (Continued from Page Five) to come. Economically, there Is no country in Europe which has less reason and need for an antiJewish Stute policy than Roumania. Politically, Roumania came out of the Great War with the richest spoils in Europe. It acquired Bessarabia, Bukovina, Transylvania, huge, rich tracts of land from Russia, Austria and Hungary. The fact is that no other country, not even any of the Great Powers, has gained so much in Europe as Roumania. From a little Balkan State, recently emerged from under the Turkish yoke, It has become one of the richest and most influential States in South-east Europe, chiefly through ihe acquisition of territorities a"d fabulous wealth taken from others and given to her. Certainly, Roumania cannot be said to be a 'have-not' nation which has come out wronged from the War and which has legitimate or illlgitimate grievances! What are the causes, then, economic, political or other, which should now drive Roumania on a course of unrest and despair such as is at least understandable in Ger-i many? What has she to gain by breaking treaties entered at Versailles, which gave her half of her territory By flouting the League of Nations upon which her present strength is based? By antagonising foreign capital which supports most of her great Industries? What real benefit can a country with a population of thirty-five percent other than Roumanian gain by a policy of Roumania for the Roumanians? It is folly to compare a situation 6uch as this with that of Germany who lost the War and sustained the greatest political blow a Great Power has sustained in centuries; whose population is overflowing its borders; whose country has not the natural resources to support itself; whose peasants are impoverished and whose industrial workers are starving; whose middle class and intelligentzia have no out let for their abilities, and whose people is eaten up by real and imaginary grievances and is in a state of economic and political despair. It s just as foolish as to compare the German nationalist movement which politically had embraced one half of the German people and psychologically almost the entire nation when it came t<5 power, with the Goga-Cuza movement which drew less than ten per cent of the people's votes at a general election and which has no social or psychological anchorage in any class of Roumanian society. Or to draw a comparison between the young, active and ambitious Cerol and the senile Hindenburg who turned over the power to Hitler. The fact is that the Roumanian anti-Semitic policy is entirely devoid of soil; it is an artificial pro duct wthout economc, political or psychological roots. Neither the peasantry nor labour, the middle class nor even the big industrialists are behind it. Nit only the democratic Peasant Party but even the reactionary Bratianau 'Liberal' Party must eventually oppose such a policy. The entire thing is a concoction of Nazi diplomacy, a device through which Nazi Germany seeks to strengthen its position in South-Eastern Europe. Since Nazi Germany has made anti-Semitism the chief tool of its diplomacy, every one of its moves Is made to appear as an anti-Semitic upheaval, but it does not require too much power of observation to see the non-Jewish diplomatic and political objectives sticking out behind the anti-Semitic screen. The Goga-Cu-I za Government, as well as the e" tire movement of 'Roumania for the Roumanians' is one of those secret moves and Intrigues of Balkan diplomacy which may, of course, do much mischief while it lasts, but it certainly is not a move deeply rooted in the economic and political soil of Roumania and it cannot endure. It Is a cleverly managed Nazi manoeuvre, perhaps even a diplomatic Nazi victory, but it is no more than this. Such Is the second view of the Roumanian situation now prevalent among the Jews in Europel It lsl a less alarming view than the first 1 and is more hipeful of the Jewish position in the country. The writer cannot vouch for the absolute correctness of either of these (although he does not want to hide his greater sympathy with the less alarming view,) but he advances them as typical attitudes of European Jews towards the critical events In Roumania at the present moment. It is important to add that, curiously enough, both Roumanian and Polish Jewries take the more optimistic view of the situation and do not on the whole share the opinion of the alarmists who expect a second Germany in Roumania. THE WORLDS (Continued from Page Five) action against both liberty and goodness the Jews were felt to be the symbols of liberty andgoodneu, of that righteousness and humanity and essential democracy which their faith and ways had brought into the world and were therefore crucified by the tyrants who desired to destroy all that the Jews historically and metaphysically stand for and represent He assigned to the Jewish people the fundamental being of a democratic and libertarian people and therefore saw with the Immediacy of the soundest vision that this people driven forth from the new slavestates, the sworn enemies of liberty and brotherhood and democracy, should reintegrate itself on its own soil and there determine Its own fate and future and that it should do so not only in order to save its remnants but as a part of the historic process In defense and illustration of those democratic principles which are the life principles of the American people and the American state. In other words he had no difficulty In equating Zionism with Americanism nor any difficulty in equating it with the de„,nse of democracy >n the world. Well, bow many weary times have I "ot hud older Jews still argue With me on the silly old ground that Zlontom was incompatible with Americanism and younger Jews on U,e ciually slly ground that something they called British imperialis,,, invalidated the work of the up-building of Palestine. To enlightened Americans these arguments seem never even to occur. Mr. Ickes is by no means my first w only example of that. Hut the discourse of Mr. Ickes which will, of course be printed and which. I hope, will be very widely disseminated ought to be and for some time to remain the classic example of tl.c freedom and clarity with which the high non-Jewish mind sees immediately the inevitability of our work, hope, aspratlon. Nor should I fail to add the fact ti.at Mr. Ickes at the beginning of his discourse in which, by the way, he bravely and nobly named by symbolic names the dark forces in ti.e world—Hitler, Mussolini—assured us that what he said to us was no less than his opinion and reasoning and reaction of the President. I often think and now I think so again that we ought to do more. to energize the Christian world the defense and furthering 0 f u, cause of the Jewish people. I h ave heard MrIckes; I have heard British parliamentarians; I have heard Justin Godard in Paris; I na || never forget a certain speech made in a small town Talmud Toran by Senator Austin ot Vermont. Chris, tians of a high type—here and in England and In France—are at once accessible to both the reasonableness and the beauty of our cause. It Is the Ghetto fears of the assimilationlst that stand in our way. Let us convert and harness lots of Senators and Congressmen, a few leaders of society, more of the Christian clergy. 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PAGE E: THE JEWISH FL0RIDIA5 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY \\ 1938 Can Roumanian Jewry Escape Germany's Fate ltS SJ :" — %  v 1---' %  z r i : • -• : ^ l=:nr .Jews :I--THE WORLDS WINDOW :: -.,: '-.-::' %  r % %  • ; •* %  ** ; • :.%  %  -• %  %  %  r = T r • — i ::-:•: ~ :%  % %  '•: iJ ----•. :-. z%  .:r% %  '--• --i" %  lt ;,-i;; v. f :i. f"' 1 v %  :, ._: %  _-* %  • r ; :-> % %  %  %  %  "s• %  ii ------i' r.-. %  f_; t -;i :;r .: %  -' %  -- : .: ie tiTiiri :'. Z-= n 7r= t;ir:^ •.:•= ":i. 11 H ii: --v.ier! -%  ill : ; r ri:~ ...... %  • i:' T %  %  %  % % %  %  %  -. : = • .-. :•*;•*: ••: :'.'. -fc: Iff'f T% %  • '•%  _-. '.%  >' n equating Zlon-j •,aericanim nor any dlf-1 .;aating U with the de{(ue 0 f derr.otracy in the world. ;. tow many weary times UT I not had older Jews still arM on the silly old ground ,m was incompatible with im a=d younger Jews on eround that some_d British imperialwork o£ ,ne "aleulne. To enAmericans these argum r.-ve: even to occur. mv first But the t Mr. kkes which will. I and which. I ._ .-_ ,ry widely dissemin:o be and for some time cteMfc example of -^dom and clarity with which mind sees im.--evltabiHty of our tt. Nor should Mr. Ickes I of his discourse in -ay. he bravely and z.-~rz by symbolic names -;.e world—Hitthat • -s than BllH r.d reI [ often i n to energize the Christian world in the defense and furthering of the cause of tUe Jewish people. I have heard Mr Ickes; I have heard British parliamentarians; I have heard Justin Godard in Paris; I na n never forget a certain speech made in a small town Talmud Torah by Senator Austin of Vermont. Christians of a high type—here and in England and In France—are at once accessible to both the reasonableness and the beauty of our cause. It is the Ghetto fears of the assimilationist that stand in our way. Let us convert and harness lots of Senators and Congressmen, a few leaders of society, more of the Christian clergy. Then may. be the frightened Jews will rally— will have the courage to rally to their own cause. %  r, iJfTR T£rr guXn MAC! Al Nraicti • 8Bw*r4 9 m nd trt %  %  :% % %  -%  ----P : %  :'. Si:::zs -:•:_ wf.:t --.• ; .--•r-r-r. %  7 %  ^ %  • %  -i ----•-:-.lis-.-es' ---.. -.^z-:.: :--i -.Z-JT. -*-.-'z i % % %  --, ---:.* ;-tr:t;: ::z-.z ---\z ?...-i.--iz zi.z ': •.j xEpar* ^ :r.-i %  -• %  tl %  > it* p Srew -"' "%  > %  -. -5 -". worx%  %  --:.• i f : .-iz-.iiry rr.r i: --i: .— '* %  -.z:-.-. tzi ; -.. as to m IT -rzz-z ~.-.z: v; --:-= :-i : .: •. ; %  ;.i-: :'; %  -%  --'---•: --— '*" emtirc aaxl i -:-: h powr .:i z-. Goga-Ctua Bove:r^w les :i*a tex :;.r v.-es i". a g-eral el* ar p*ychoiocie*i ancbora :a i-y ::ui of Ro-;a:acir ocie*T. Or ;:• a comparison t*te*n the TKZ-iactlTe aod aabitioos Cand :z-. ^ H.iienbarg wW -.r-r: vrr ike ;-:*I H tta TVs BoaaaaiBa %  de:.'.. %  -'. '„•.;<•'.:•::*i or ; -; %  .'.:\:z: i. :: '?•>::: fr v r peaaart.T ---"• the zzl&i'.e class -^" %  ^" r -" ** •ts .-r behind :: : democratic Peasant Party bet even tie r*c*-ioiiary Bratianaa 'Libers'.' Party BMst eT*-:aa::y c^?os rjch a policy Tn* en: is a <;.:--.;..:? Nazi cJ;::-ic7 a aavtel BBBBBJ w-: •Niz. Geraany seeks to s-^eajthen its pcit:cn in SoBth-E*e~ aTaaaai Since Nazi 0*r=any ha* -ade anti-Sniitia the chief tool of its diplomacy. *TTT c c ;.j = ove is made to appear a* ai=-.:-Semitie upheaval. bot it does cot retjnire too m^ch power of observation to see the Eos-Jewish diploeat'.c and political bjectire* itickin* oot beiiad the c::-SemiUc screen. The Goga-CaTELL WINTER VISITORS THE ROMANTIC STORY OF FLORIDA



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r THE rsrmss n.oEiDiAH_ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY STRICTLY C0NFI0EITI1L TMsi i Free* I-=-er ii:c( "-14 sot aooraB WTBWI -. i.: _:i .-%  v % %  '-* : v -1 Mi *iee* : •_: U t *T .LM :~ :r—: f • ."i. : %  : :i : ... -.".. %  [ '.-.:; sra .; %  :• ...-; %  }. --7 %  Baas i-u :~--%  i r t win :f inn: Be* tur----: a*jtai MH RBBV lT* =i ... • %  ; : : (i. Ef .... ......... •_M -v 'i :r*ss -JM ,:*J: .-w To Visit in Miami Mrs. Julias washer, wife of RaV I PI rida bi Julius Washer, former Rab" %  -he Miami Jewish Orthodox „ %  ra::cn arrived here accom; son to spend the s re wit* her mother. Mrs. S. I Washer will Join them for a, r in the season • • • %  • M %  :z .' 7 .: Inflj BvV atf Jcv: ;-. I Z —~ -r • %  Cara Part/ t Given M. Rippa and Mrs. V.:. I --= at the home of Mr?. Ill B. W. l&th aTenua cud r.orteg Mrs. M. Lighs in Shadowland c wh0 u le Tin tCT :. New York City 8a f-N'*-w-La*i it. .: %  : v : : v i s -ji.: tr-: S3: %  %  'i: %  v %  ITU' %  Mrs ; : -: .'" -:i--7 T WJSJJ %  -" ; %  %  %  sasry M IM lacksos -. i -U "i" -' liTT-l— Wfc.' ;-r" .* y. Mil 5.;: tsasaies i;; I : WMIHIM MiT t :-r -.*: ':— Pa;e f ':. East Ea L %  .'. Jevh "• -mg. Mrs. Blutstein was Btaat of beautiful gifts. GiriswHaa ->-"* %  Mrs Else'sMrs M. Leiborit. Mrs. Ansrustine. Mrs. Rosensrarten. Mrs. Goldstein. Bhars, Mrs. P. Pre:..----Mrs. Hr:r:s:ein. Mrs. C.:.:: • i rosrd : r'. ; T • : w thai %  % %  %  i %  : :•: r B i.-.-.a i r | : -:'; i %  %  i-..-. > -'tc rally .-. Sc* Tart saa ":* %  :•£ Zc&ata I-J .:t .:ia.-.^s* -' its • xz.-=-: •_!• r %  >'*.T3i • :uti4 : %  ;•.' : E i: i r. :-.-4 i:.'^%  KI t -J-.I;^ :< >> r.-f : %  in i^ t-r !.;;•.•< > • %  %  '•<•: -r-^-a_-..-^ Tert. *>a%  --.1 %  %  —_:.*.ZJ z T-ltZ'r-l .;.^. •'•" *^ *>-:*-a.a -rvr* .,%  --i Mrs B'.r.;• • i Hariaaaak to Meet S ... ':. Id Ml ne c -ary 14. at roof of the Hotel Al MiamL Important busir. :^sed r.cludiag Wer. |a behalf of thr^"1 '-•'1 BBVI viz 1 ; if Saaaa. aarf an -.a* hearts Sit i'r!— Aaeh istri daai tjfi z:r-.-_-+~: %  •%  ;• %  %  -.; ;a!!•--• ; -;-: 'TTJ £S;*-J —;-;-. ;-; %  :.-*-—•*"• ^ Tr>: M*: s^ses t*arjx Ml %  Acl project. Mrs. I. M. Weins:ein has arranzrnias P... program of aa— -aeort Productertainment in the interest of i l *aekai E Vizii-: ; M pij H Nadel of m embership drive and all Tiaitinc %  ravBanr BarMaJ PI tana, Corp.. is a native Hadassah members and prospects Barry Dtaa :r New rk i-i w s associated with are Invited to meet with the local ky I Paramocra Pictures for 14 vears. cha Pter. Hu aarrtti :-. turn as assistant dlsec• • *ra ::baatiaeaa manager, studio and, W el1 Known Writer Visits Hsre Ma----•'%  •::*, --r.aeer. He also serM 'oaaol X!..r K o.'i-t! *caT-.n. s^i -' Jf* r T %  f 6 "** 8 *' ;: '" : %  %  %  *• % %  Columbia and First NatVtirTSaea? -.— '"* *** "^ t=di0! • • %  M Tle Ac,or J -• %  -*i '.' ;---'*i 7 -* CS.Z-. ~J* Ers.1 s-;v.'•-* ^'w -d Brombers; has competition la all own household now that his rti i? .T 4r ; .i daughter. Marcia. has -i:-i-ie ker debut as a radio enterr=z ;a:ser ... ?-i.-:-.-J ...... i -{ >. i-.: > ^**= :> *.; get -.; 1-.7 -i'-iz i^ I-ii^ :' Tzar = i*T-r.:^ r.;-* :i : -~~i .-^—.—.c cf N'ira-t i_- "-•*" %  i--^ Mt-T :.: i.-* -.;z ,;. -s. : r : -' •* :**i.ig Gr=iii:.^. aO^—i; :;r_r; ---i ::?- -li: i- -_-x Nax_ 2:zi;i :f tr ---1; %  >.<..;! --'%  -:-:? -;= •.. %  •%  y,. %  : i z *rw*~e G-ea: : ; ,-."; ; 7:=* ----' %  :!.;• N>; "-— t-r .. ._ li .-. a C-r^a=y A-: T.—.ZUI* --iv: :; -i z ^t.iz %  r*ni: :wi:-i _j -s-z*z % .-Ui* -i-y -'• -r : ... i :? "•-* UT.:: :-: ':" ti* ~--i.z ;--; •'-T -i .-• tBrvay 3c: ?:.:. -;i.: :T 'Zr irn •:* .. .j-.-i; -*.i %  •^i". -r-:..i igai3 :-!-. -•zr --**j; •„; >.... *: T e~=r. i* >.t-_:; ; ; = a that N*R ;;-:e* -...rrisi., ;-:r, : ruy :a^ 7 kj = -Uid fas this !J i:w apf-a-j:r .; PsJes-^^ iiT -.s, i-.-y._-z -t Marrfcj :-. j. crgae c< Baa %  haacl I*rorforrer ataaar.^.;aGENERAL AFFA = *:: -izitt;t : %  • r-.it Z-*—tz TiU:4 >: :-:--? --.=;a;.T FA. wic aafS. ra M *<: %  : :: ti ;rs of Gerausy. 1^ e ^^ >„, i=* -;= of i* feaii a= c ; 4 =. -^ ^._ ;..._., ->t._i: -_-r w M ti* ce ;y jw ariai erefrcta iis hooks &f PBf-K, cff!:e .i* VuCMser. f:rg*te. that atacfaiy. a-„ c ^j ii-i 1 .._.-—*" "-* "%  *' %  •*; --* '-u — f : : 1 r ""' :> : : "" r_ J-:.:r : J ;;, %  :-z ?.-*A=*r.:a: :.j; ~:•.: rf M:ise •-*" '-%  %  -,*-..zz w ^. t=->3 ir=g 1;=.T.-S4.-T ; V.w v-. t ^^ :: 3^4i T :i t :.-:k*-j i•;. : : Hav-ag fa^e^ •.; si 1 ker first ksskaM. Treasirr r,?p • J Singer, whose -Brothers Aahkanatl" is breaking !


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE NINE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 8. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Dally: Sbachrls at 8 a. m.; Mlncha at 6:30 p. m.; Maarlv, 15 minutes after sunset Sabbath services: Friday evening at 5:30 p. m.; Saturday morning at 9:30 a. m.; Saturday afternoon at 616 p. m. Baruch Habo We extend the Scriptural greetings and blessings to RevDr. and Mrs. Bernard Revel who came to our community for a brief visit. These distinguished visitors are here for a rest it is true, yet It is hoped that our people will avail themselves of the privilege to bask in the reflected glory of these two luminaries in Israel. We bespeak lo you dear guests the high esteem and reverent respect of our congregation and hope that you will find your trip worthwhile and your rest satisfactory. Friday Evening Services The open forum of discussing current and vital Jewish problems continues with great jntesest. Starting with a disccsslon on the "Partition Plan" Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner gradually narrowed the limits and boundaries of his talks and will this Friday night, February 11, on "Problems of Our Own Community." These talks begin at S:15 and the general discussion that follows prove greatly stimulating. As usual there will be an Oneg Shabbos period in the vestry ioom following the lecture, the latter too is of great importance as it affords the opportunity to many a man and woman to spend an hour or so in the truly traditional Sabbath spirit. A cordial invitation is extended to all. National Leader Honored A very successful and enioyablo evening was spent by a large audience of well over thre^ hu"drrd people who came to participate in the reception tendered by the Ladies Auxiliary of the congregation to Mrs. Herbert SGoldstein. National President of the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America President H. M. Drevich of the Congregation opened the proceedings with a brief talk and presented Rabbi Abraham Kellner who acted ag master of ceremonies for the evening. Rabbi Max Shapiro brought greetings from the Rabbinical Association and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff brought a message of welcome from Miami Beach. Brief but heartfelt greetings were expressed by the following, representing their respective irganlzations: Mrs. Nathan Blumberg. presdent of the Ladies Auxiliary. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, who were hosts to the distinguished guests: Mr. E. Albert Pallot, Y. M. HA.: Mrs. Isidore Cohen, Chesed Shel Kmcs; Mrs. Ida Optner, Welfare Hureau; Miss Ida Engler, Y. W. H. A.; Mr. George Chertkof. Council of Jewish Juniors; MrsL. Kitkin. Hadassah; Mrs. Moses Mescheloff. Sisterhood Beth Jacob Congregation and Phyllis Shulman for the Habanoth Group. It was revealed during the evening that the Miami Orthodox Congregation was the first to become affiliated through the Auxiliary with the work of the 1'nion. This was accomplished through the efforts of Mrs. Abraham Kellner and it was also due to her untiring efforts that the first Habanoth Club In the South was organized under the aegis of the Auxiliary. The girls of the Club were heard in several eongs and then they presented the guest of honor, Mrs. Goldstein, with a beautiful corsage of flowers. Similar hoor was bestowed upon the sponsor, Mrs. Kellner, after which the guests were receiving the many visitors who were anxious to say a personal word of greeting. A committee of the Ladies Auxiliary served refreshments and the festivities closed with the singing of the Hatikvoh. Jewish Radio Hour This Sunday afternoon at 3:30 Rabbi Abraham Kellner will conduct the weekly Jewish Hour over Station WIOD. The talk will be given on "Sabbath or Saturday" Rev. Nathan Wroobel will sing several selections from the Sabbath Service and Mrs. George Chertkof will read "Sabbath Poems." Habanoth to Sponsor Play The Miami chapter of the National Habanoth Movement will | sponsor "An Evening of Play and Entertainment" on Sunday night, February 20th. The affair is sched-1 uled to take place in the auditor-; ium of the Y. M. H. A., 15C7 S. W. i 5th street. In addition to a well j Wedding to Take Place The wedding of Miss Rose Smith of Miami to Mr. Sol Westcourt of Brooklyn, N. Y., will take place loday at 2:30 p m., at the home of Rabbi Max Shapiro who will officiate at the ceremony. FOR RENT FURNISHED Room, delightfully furnished, twin beds, pleasant surroundings, reasonably priced, to couple or two gentlemen. Phone 2-7930. DENTIST DR. R. S. AKERS DR. H. L. ANDERSON DR. R. WILLIAMSON CLOSED SATURDAY Open Evenings by Appointment Ph. 2-2131 1784 N. W. 36th St. M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N f.. First St. Ph. 2-1M1 coached play, the girl s will present several tableaus depicting Jewish life in the Galuth and Eretz IsraelAlso on the same program will be featured the popularly acclaimed "Bramson's Jewish orchestra and a plea hereby directed to all friends of the Congregation to come and help this worthwhile function of this very worthy group. The entire proceeds of the evening will be donated to a most worthy cause. Annual Ball Announced The Ladies Auxiliary takes pleasure in announcing that the annual Purim Ball will this year be held on Tuesday night. March 1st. The committee in charge engaged the services of a leading orchestra and has hired the beautifully re-decorated ball room of the Miami Women's Club. Headed by Mrs. Ida Buckstein, a large group of ladies are at work to make this affair a great success. If you are desirous of obtaining tickets or want to be of help in any manner whatsoever, please call the chairlady at 2-7059. As in the past, the entire prodeeds will be given over to the Talmud Torah Fund of the Auxiliary and we respectfully solicit the help and cooperation of all friends of our congregation. Visitor Here Mrs. Arthur Fine, nee Sylvia Miller, of Cincinnati, Ohio, is visiting her parents, Mrand Mrs. H. H. Miller, 1136 SW. 6th street. Miami. iiiKiniMiimn mdiiiimiiiiiniiimmiiiiMiiiMHiMiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiimii* 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 Do You Own Your Home? Thar* never was a better time than now to build one The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Makes It Possible Give me a call and I will gladly help you to get the best possible Information as to Its plan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Ins. 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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE FEATURETTES The Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva and Yeshiva College, whose President Rabbi Dr. Bernard Revel is now in Miami for a visit. CAN ROUMANIAN JEWRY ESCAPE GERMANY'S FATE? Two Views of a Critical Situation -By WILLIAM ZUKERMANIn this second of a aeries of two articles analyzing the Roumanian Jewish situation, Mr. ZuKerman, the noted European correspondent, points out the factors which may prevent Rouminia from becoming a second Germany and thus spare the Jews of Roumania the fate of German Jewry. —The Editor. The holders of the second view on Roumania do not share the opinion that Roumania must of necessity follow in every way the footsteps of Nazi Germany. They do not deny the obvious fact that the recent political upheaval in Rou mania has been inspired, directed and even financed by Nazi Germany. They admit the great temptation, nay even the need of the Goga-Cuza Government to follow Germany's anti-Semitic road. Yet they hold that conditions in Roumania and In Germany are so fundamentally different from each other, that all the diplomatic good-will on the part of the Roumanian rul-j ers and all the political pressure brought upon them by their Nazi; masters will not make Roumania simply retrace Germany's anti-Jewish steps For in spite of the bepeople (botn non-Jews and Jews lief so fashionable now among many alike,) anti-Semitism is not some mysterious or mythical phenomenon which hasno earthly causes and can be called out at will by the anti-Semitic magician as a rabbit from a hat. Anti-Semitism is not, as the Nazis believe, some unknown affliction which is mysteriously generated by Jews by the mere fact of their existence among non-Jews, and from which no gentile people is exempt. Like most other social '"manifestations, aUtlSemitism is deeply rooted in certain soils and is a product of certain economic, political and cultural conditions. In a country where these conditions are missing, n 0 amount of propaganda is likely to raise an anti-Semitic movement to the same height, permanency and Intensity as in those places where the conditions for it are ripe. Roumania has none of these conditions which have made Germany and Poland hot-beds of anti-Semitism, and no amount of Nazi propaganda can make It so. Economically no other country In Europe is as well placed as Roumania. It Is not only blessed with the most fertile soil m Europe, but it has the richest minerals and greatest oil wells on the European continent. That country alone has more natural resources than a dozen other States In Europe taken together. It can support its population not only in prosperity, but in affluence. Unlike other Eastern and CentralEuropean countries, Roumania Is not over-Populated. While Germany Poland, and a good many other European States are literally overflowing with people and are genuinely in need of an outlet Roumania could easily accomodate twentyfive million more people without feeling the strainRoumania has no 'superflous' population, Jewish [ or other, such as has made Poland famous. Compared with the peasantry of Poland, that of Roumania is very wealthy. The Roumanian peasant has not only a more fertile soil, but a greater area of land. By its great acquisition of foreign territory after the War, the Roumanian Government has been able to satisfy the land hunger of its peasants without affecting ,lts own landlords. There is no famine among Roumanan peasants as there la among the Polish. Industrially, the country Is not developed even to a portion of Its possibilities. There's not only no unenmployment in Roumania, but the Industries are obliged to bring In workers from abroad, especially skilled workers. All that talk about "Roumanising' Industry Is baseless political propaganda. Roumania cannot eliminate non-Roumanian labour from its Industry without ruining it, Just a s it cannot get along without foreign capital which develops most of Its Industry. Previous attempta to do both have always ended m failure. Roumania hasn't even got that growing middle-class which Poland has and which is there seeking to acquire the economic positions held by the Jews. Nor does she possesa the intelllgantzla which, as in Germany, Is truly able and eager to acquire the professional positions of the JewsWhereas in Germany, the Jews at the time of the rise of the Nazi regime, had already accomplished their task In develop**; German industry and commerce, and could be eliminated with ease, in Roumania industry and commerce still need Jewish enterprise and capital for generations (Continued on Page Eight) Footnotes to History; Happened to the Jews By RABBI MORDECAI L. BRILL Theodore Herzl, organizer of the Zionist movement, who worked day and night in its behalf and died at the early age of 44, was heard to exclaim towards the close of hia life, "Zionism has been the Sabbath of my life." XXX The taking of an oath was surrounded with awe-inspiring features so as to dl8courage perjury. Thus Abraham ben David of Posqoleres (12th century Rabbi) held that the oath was to be adminis-[ tered In the Synagogue with all j lights extinguished and in front of a casket. Thia was to remind the witness of the Day of Judgment. XXX In Breslau, in 1738. a Jewish woman was made to take the oath while wearing phylacteries. XXX There is a record of a Frenchman who became converted to Judaism and assumed the usual name given to male converts, Abraham. | Previous to his conversion he had bean superior of the "bare-footed" friars. (14th Century.) XXX Abraham Senior, wealthy leader of Spanish Jewry before the expul-j %  km, and financial adviser to the, king, chose to accept Christianity at the age of 80 rather than face exile. XXX An argument often used against Judaism by both Moalem and Christian writers was the fact that the Jewish people was In exile, a persecuted minority among the nations. In earlier times it waa held that this showed clearly the inferior power of the Jewish God. Later writers held that Israel's exile was evidence that God had rejected the Jews. XXX According to Rabbinic law a son may go to Palestine against the commands of his parents. Talmudlc law held that when a man decides to emigrate to Palestine his wife must follow him. If the wife refuses she cannot demand divorce with full payment of the contractual amount, as was her right in the ordinary case where the husband decided to take up his residence in a new country. XXX Nahmanldes (Spanish Rabbi, 13th century) held that living in Palestine was one of the 613 fundamental commandments of Jewish law xxx Over a long period of time, the great destructive forces, contagious diseases and wars, seem to have claimed fewer victims among the Jews than among their gentile neighbors. It is difficult to determine to what extent Jewish religious life, brought its prescriptions of continual washing, discrimination in food, a strict day of rest, and the Ike, helped build up great er resistance to disease, but they certainly played a part. XXX Jews were not allowed to settle in Norway and Sweden until the •8th century. Even at the present time there are but a few thousand Jews living on the Scandinavian Peninsula. x x x The most spectacular rise of the Jews under capitalism came in the first half of the 19th century under the leadership of the Rothschild family. An unsympathetic THE WORLDS WINDOW By LUDWIG LEWISOHNThe views expressed by Ludwlg Lewisohn In his column aie his own and do not necessarily reflect the policies or attitude of our publication. Reproduction In whole or In part strictly forbidden. The Conference for Palestine held otf January 22 in the Mayflower Hotel In Washington was both dignified and effective. The circa 1500 delegates from all parts of the country were serious without gloom and aware of all the world's tragic circumstances without discouragement. For once there were not too many speeches nor were the speeches too long. It was upon the whole the most restrained Jewish convention that I have ever had the good luck to attend. It was a very exceptionally disciplined convention and 1 think that every one went home, as I did, with his resolves strengthened and hia Jewish purposes sustained. In order to make the particular point which 1 want to make 1 shall pas8 briefly overthe grave, wellreasoned address concerning the inner meaning of the fate of German Jewry by Dr. Joachim Prinz, the lyrical outburst of dear Ittamar Hen Avi. the highly Important message brought by Dr. Bernard Joseph, legal councillor of the Jewish Agency and even the noble sum ming up of those great ldea8 that have changed life for ua all by the undisputed chief and teacher of us all Dr. Stephen S. Wise, aa well a8 the beautifully modulated eloquence with which Dr. Abba Hillel Silver assumed the duties of chairman of the United Palestine Appeal which the chief is laying on the other side. I have been accused again and again of anti-goyishness (if I may say so) of a Jewishnes8 too uncompromising. Less than two weeks ago a good and learned Rabbi chided me openly for my persistent use of the word Galuth for our estate and for characterizing the present generation even 1" America as a dor ha-midbar, a desert generation. But therefore and this thing being so I am in a position to point out a fact that I have observed an hundred times and that waa again illustratI ed by Mr. Ickes' no les8 than maaterly discourse. The fact is this, that to the highest type of Gentile i mentality and character the total Zionist position, both philosophical and political, is crystaline in its clearness and its necessity within the historic processes of this age and meets (luckily, luckily!) within that type of mind and character none of the morbid inner obstacles that exist in Jewish minds not otherwise despicable. Mr. Ickes, to begin with, while not assign primary causive force world situation the factors of eco' nomic and political dislocation, did not assign primary cauative force j to these. Soberly and naturally j without Jewish defensive passion he pointed out and once more grounded and established the fact that in a world of dark pagan redown. I I pass over theae briefly, I aay, in order to dwell on the address of the Hon. Harold L. Ickes, SecreI tary of the Interior, not out of snobbishness. Any one who knows me at all knows that I am apt to err (Continued on Page Eight) SLIGHTS FROM SHADOWLAND By LOUIS PEKARSKY CASTING NOTES Sylvia Sidney has returned to Hollywood to play the starring role in a Paramount production for which she waa loaned to that studio by Producer Walter Wanger, who holda her contract. Mi88 Sidney told interviewers that the idea of a motion picture favorite not being able to aucceasfully return to the stage from time to time is "Just a lot of bosh. I intend to mix stage appearances with screen work from now on, she said. She resumes her film making after playing in a Broadway stage show. The featured star of the "Good News of 1938" radio program, Fannie Brice in her "Baby Snooks" role, really is the outstanding feature of this new air show. Her comedy performances do much to keep this show from being Just another variety offering. She Is under contract to MGM. ... A feature role In 20th Century's "Charlie Chan at the Ringside." scheduled for early production, has been observer once asserted that the house of Rothschild ''has to such as it feels inclined, the movements and operations of potentates and even of the greatest European powers." xxx Menasseh ben Israel's negotiations with Oliver Cromwell arous%  %  %  %  — — %  < %  %  %  %  — %  %  %  % % % %  % &f awarded to Maxie Rosenbloom, prize fighter, actor and night club owner, and he will hang up b'-s gloves for three weeks. The last picture in which Maxie was cast was "Nothing Sacred" ... As a result of his success in the starring role In the "Mr. Motto" series of photoplays at 20th Century, Peter Lone has been forced to declinean offer to return to the New York stage. Benny Baker, the popular comedian, has been cast for a role in Paramount's forthcoming production of "Cocoanut Grove" .... Miss Stella Adler, who is to be known as Stella Ardler on the screen, despite the fact that she cornea from a family whose name is famous and linked with the history of the theatre, is cast as a publicity director of a soup company in her first starring vehicle for Emanuel Cohen Major PicturesPERSONALLY 8PEAKING Bebe Daniels, wife of Ben Lyon, the Wol of Baltimore, tied up traf(Continued on Page Six) ed the hostility of the Dutch government, which suspected that the Jews of Holland might remove their domicile to the British Isles. This would Have meant a tremendous loss of economic power for the Dutch government and a radical reduction of government income. -J



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seves B'NAI B'RITH BRIEFS Did you know that we are having our next social meeting at the Alamac Hotel on Wednesday, February 23. There will be splendid entertainment furnished through the courtesy of the Cinema Casino, music, dancing, refreshments and an address will be delivered by Judge Roth, of Orlando, Florida, who Is the President of the State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges. Everyone is invited. XXX Did you know that the officers will, in the future, address the 1'resident of our Order, the Honorable Elry Stone, as "Pappy?" iDun't forget to ask me why) XXX Did you know that Ben LeVine lour treasurer) has been getting in a great deal of money and really putting out a tremendous amount of work for the benefit of the order? XXX Did you know that the member of our order who packs the most personality is none other than "Ike" Levin? XXX Did you know that B'nai B'rith has grown by a net increase of seventeen lodges and eighteen Women's Auxiliaries? XXX Did you know that Alfred M. Cohen, president of the Order since 1925. intendsto retire at the end of his present term, in May, at which time the international convention of B'nai B'rith will be held in Washington, D. C. He was first tlected in 1925, and re-elected itf 1930 and 1935. XXX Did you know that B'nai B'rith twelfth Hlllel Foundation will be opened next autumn at the University of Indiana, at Bloomington. XXX Did you know that our membership hi stringer than in many years; our Anti-Defamation work is being prosecuted on a scale and in • way unknown in the past; our Hille-1 Foundations are steadying Jewish minds and Jewish hearts in 10,000 students in H great universities; our A. Z. A. has increased to 10,000 active and alumni members, promising militant recruits for the ranks of Jewry in America; our research department is answering an insistent cry for knowledge of where the Jewish %  indents are, what courses they are pursuing, what they are thinking of respecting their future, how best their future may be lived; our Americanization department cn'inues to Inculcate the spirit of America in the breasts of foreign bom; our hospitals continue to minister to the sick and search out the cause of disease; our orphanages, as in the past, tenderly care for children bereft of parents; our homes for the aged, as always, are smoothing the way for very many; we are answering with sympathy and substance cries for help, whether near or far away; into all homes in which the B'nai B'rith Magarlne comes there ig brought Jewish culture and Jewsh information; a B'nai B'rith Florence Nightingale is fulfilling her mission of scattering hope among the sick of our faith in the great clinic at Rochester, Minn. We are uniting Jews from^ one end of the world to the other >n Jewish consciousness and creating in them knowledge that nothing Jewish is alien to the thought of B'nai B'rith. TROPIQUE SUNSHINE FASHIONS A study in Matched Accessories. The hat, belt, glove s, bag and shoes all carry out the Tropique motif in appliqued kid colorful as confetti. A fashion that originated at Burdine's. WUamL By EAL PALLOT Who do you think is going to be in the Governor's Club that the "Y" is contemplating on having You guessI know. Why Is Lou Safer one of the first to leave after the close of the "Y" meetings. Not pinochle Lou? Or is it? Harry Schwartz Just walked In and challenges various and sundry to a confectionery debate. Choose your own punchbo*rd. A SPECIALIST Walter Jacobs, while talking to Nick Kenney, asked Nick the name of his family doctor. "Well," he answered, "I hardly know. My mother goes to an eye spedarlBt; father goes to a stomach specialist; my sister goes to a throat specialist; my brother Is in the care of a lung specialist, and right now I am taking treatments from another specialist." If you have had a swell time at the previous affairs of the "Y," then be sure to attend the testimonial dinner honoring an outstanding Miamlan for his unselfish work in Miami, at the same time honrring those who have worked and given their support during the past year to the "Y." There will also take place the presentation of life membership emblems to those who have subscribed to and become life members. prisoner get out ofa taxi with Dave at the court house." What prominent Miami business firm 14 donating furniture for the "Y" building? Look for more details next WeekLeo Robinson was telling me this one about Barrister Dave Lemelman, whom he heard make this statement while addressing the court: May It please the court, I brought the prisoner from jail on a habeas corpus." A friend, standing beside Leo, nudged him and said in an undertone: "These lawyers will say anything. I s aw the JUNIOR DIVISION TO HOLD PICNIC The Junior Division of the Y. M. H. A. will hold an all day picnic at Greynold's Park this Sunday. February 13, it was announced by Miss Mildred Berkowltz, chairman. Drinks and transportation will be provided tor all and the truck will leave the "Y" grounds at 10 a. m. sharp. All those who are going to attend are asked to bring their own lunches and to meet at the "Y" grounds promptlyAll boys and girls are cordially Invited to attend. St Petersburg News Several weeks ago the young Jewish people of St Petersburg formed a new organization, the Jewish Youth Council. This Council has the distinction to be the first of its kind in St. Petersburg. Its purpose Is to bring the young Jewish people of St. Petersburg and the young Jewish visitors Into | closer harmony through a social. charitable and educational purPose. So far, due to the cooperation of all members, much progress has been made. The officers of this Council are: Irving Greenstone^ president; Irving Margolis, vicepresident; Fern Goldberg, secretary, Mildred Carrol, treasurer and three standing committeesThe body consists of about one hast residents and one-half winter visitors. Any social activity includes all members. This Thursday, as trio Council's first affair, the social committee has planned a wiener roast. The oharity program includes residents of St. Petersburg need aid and the educational gram is to be a means of acquq Ing the young Jewish people their religion andto make for better understanding between Jew and Christian. Honorary membership is extended to all Rabbis of the city. The Jewish Youth Council extends a standing invitation to all young Jewish people to attend any of the meetings, which take place every Wednesday night at the Congregation ;B'nai B'rith Israel at 8:15 o'clock.



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TWBfWZv^r^f FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREB wJewisti nortidiaim rUBLMHKD EVERT PKIDAT P. O. Bos tni PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Second Avanu* Phone* 2-1141; 2-1183 ILOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Manacar K.Ur.4 u aacoad clu. %  .!! Julr 1M0. at th. Poat OfrUa at MtaaaL riori4a. uwtor th. Act of March 187. —••— %  rioriaa. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN RaaraaantatiTa WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK RtpraaantetiT* ORLANDO DORIS S. HELLER Rapraaaatativa TAMPA MRS. JAT MARKOWITZ Haprcaantatira Six Month* Oaa Yaar SUBSCRIPTION I1.M M.M FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1939. VOLUME n — NUMBER 5. BORUCH HABO Floridians and particularly Miamians have been so accustomed to rubbing shoulders with notables from every land and clime that another notable, more or less, means nothing. Royalty, whether they be of the blue bloods or those of the financial or industrial world receive no more attention than the every day individual. Scholars of renown are but another incident in the daily life of Miami. Yet, when there comes among us one who though he deserves recognition for his scholarly attainments alone, represents at the same time an ideal which has become to be recognized as a necessity in the life of Jewry of this generation if self respecting Jews are to be encouraged for the future. It is because of this >deal that we extend the traditional greeting of "Boruch Habo" to Rabbi Dr. Bernard Revel, president of the Yeshiva College and the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva. Himself a man of erudition, one of the outstanding savants of the age, he has made his life's work the realization of a secular college wherein Jewish youth, (non-Jewish as well,) may receive their secular education under Jewish surroundings and Jewish influence. Such an institution in these days of numerus clausus .... when many of the outstanding colleges and universities have made it rather plain that the number of Jewish students will be limited, it is no more a matter of far distant future i t is a matter of the IMMEDIATE PRESENT particularly so when the Yeshiva College has time and again received the commendation of the greatest scientists the world has a College recognized as in the front ranks of American schools When such a man, imbued with these ideals, comes to Miami, all nonchalance must vanish a nd it is in the spirit of commendation for devotion to an ideal, for what Dr. Revel represents as well as for what he is. that we bid him a heartfelt "Boruch Habo." Society Concert to be Held Final arrangements are being made for the concert celebrating the eleventh anniversary of the Workmen's Circle to be held at the Odd Fellow's Hall, on Tuesday, February 15, at 8:30 p. mThe celebrated singer of folk songs, Isa Kremer. will be star guest. Ivan Basilevsky will be the accompanist and solo pianist. Everyone is urged not to miss hearing the noted concert singer. ORAYNOO "OUR LIOHT BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER, EDITOR CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA. RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP 1012 HARWELL STREET ORLANDO. FLA, PAUL BARNETT Chairman of Benefit Dance of National Council of Jewish Juniors, Sunday night. Tampa Notes The. Tampa Chapter Junior Hadassah has completed plans for a scavenger hunt to be given Wednesday night, for the membership campaign. Parties will meet at the YM. H. A. to receive their scavenger list. Scavengers are to be brought to the home of Mrs. Jay Markowitz, where refreshments will be served. A prize will be given to the winner. Those in charge of the arrangements are: Mrs. L. Simonvltz, Mrs. A. Weiss, Mrs. Jay Markowitz and Miss Elizabeth Abramovitz and Mrs. D. Pennan presidentThe Bar Mitzvah of Isaac Dayan, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Dayan, was held Friday night and Saturday morning at Temple Rodoph Sholom. Rabbi Adolph Burger officiated. Misses Rachell and Nellie Oppenheim, of Orlando, are guests at the home of their neice, Mrs. Sam Berner. Miss Tillle Rosenthal, of West Palm Beach, formerly of Tampa, and Arnold J. Waldsmlth, of Rock-1 ford, 111., were married January 20 at West Palm BeachMrs. J. J. Platz, of West Palm Beach, sister of the bride, was matron of honorMeeting of the M. J. M. Club was held at the home of Miss Helen Peretzman where plans were discussed for a scavenger hunt. Games were planned and refreshments were served by the hostess. Miss Helen Haimovitz was a visitor. The following attended: Dorothy Rosenfarb, Dot Cohen, Evelyn VanGilder, Sylvia Haimovitz, Esta Arglntar, Lorraine Davis and Millie Kotler. The next meeting will be held at the home of Miss Dot Cohen on February 6, 1938. Miss Lee Shirley Augustine, daughter of Mrand Mrs. L. S. Augustine, who was recently graduated from Plant High School, sailed Friday from New Orleans for Maracaibo, Venezuela, where she will visit her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Foley, Jr. She will visit also in Aruba. Trinidad, and other southern points before returning home in several months. Mrs. Isidore Smith and her two daughters, of New York, are guests at the home of her sister, Mrs. F. Schreiber. Scouts Plan Exposition The Girl Scouts of Troop 10 held their weekly meeting Wednesday, February 2, at Beth Jacob Talmud Torah. During opening exercises, Scouts were called upon to interpret the various laws and explain how they could be made a part of the Girl Scout's daily routine. In patrol corners, leaders discussed with their groups the details of a Handicraft Exposition, which will take place in April. The advisability of admitting new members was again brought up for discussion and voted upon. This was again vetoed. Handicraft projects were mapped out and assigned or chosen, so that each Scout may do the type of work in which she is most proficient. After songs and "Taps," the meeting was adjourned. • a a Annual Fashion Show Held Over 2000 persons attended the third annual fashion and floor show sponsored by the Miami Chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women last Wednesday afternoon at the Hollywood Beach Hotel. Mrs. Ralph Neufeld, president, gave a message of welcome and extended her appreciation to all who donated their services, the hotel for their splendid cooperation and assistence, Madame De Sylva, modiste, who fashioned the gowns, the hotel floorshow and the Meyer Davis orchestra. The hotel was beautifully decoratedThe committee receiving tickets were Mrs. Harry Markus, Mrs. Max Dreyer, Mrs. Abe Rubin, Mrs. Benjamin Le Vine, Mrs. Larry Fay, MrsAl Seiden, Mrs. Irving Srumkes, Mrs. Elry Stone and Mrs. Jack Cohen. Friday Night Services Services will be at 8:00 p. m., as usual. With the advent of the Sedrah Tezaveh, which tells of the Everlasting Light (Ner Tamid) and the birthdays of two great Americans, Abraham Lincoln and George Washington, the Rabbi's sermon will be "What Makes for Immortality in Human Character." Sisterhood At the last meeting of the former Sisterhood a resolution was passed affiliating the organization with the local B'nai B'rith; this will make for two unified groups of men and women; the Congregation and Ladies Auxiliary, and the B'nai B'rith Local Lodge and Ladles Auxiliary. Youth Forum Plans are being completed for the first annual dance to be held February 14 in the vestry rooms of the Synagogue. Novelty dances are being arranged by the following committee: Mr. Morris Gordon, Miss Mary Blattncr, Miss Patricia Nadler and Miss Rita Heller. Miss Florence Wittenstein is in charge of the musical accomodations. Rabbinical Conference During March 1-1, 14 and 15 the Rabbis of the State of Florida will convene in Miami for their first 1938 Conference. Papers on important subjects of concern to the. Rabbis are being assigned by the | Miami Rabbinical AssociationAll Rabbis are urged to notify at once the temporary secretary, Rabbi Morris A. Skop, at 1012 Harwell Street, Orlando, Florida, so that I proper arrangements can be made. | It is expected that 100 percent attendance of the Rabbis in the State of Florida will be achieved. Those! Rabbis who have not received not-, ification from Rabbi Skop are urged to communicate with him as he nO| doubt has not yet the correct address. He has tried to reach every Rabbi. Purim Seudah The Orlando Jewish Community is planning a Community Seudah to be held in the Synagogue. There will be a public reading of the Megilla with copies available in Hebrew and in English at the Synagogue office. Meat Market There is now an opening in the Orlando Jewish Community for someone to take over the Kosher i Meat Market and restaurant as there is no other Kosher meat market in Orlando. Any Jew interestI ed in investigating the property is urged to communicate with Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Religious School The winners of the Class Honor Banner for attendance last Sunday are: Mr. Morris Labellman's class and MrsWeiner's class. The Honor Roll for Class Work will be posted next Sunday giving the names of those children who have completed the first ten lessons In their work books. Ladies Auxiliary At the next meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary next Monday night, | a debate will be held on the subject: "Resolved That Anti-Semitism is a Menace in the United States." Those participating in the debate are Mrs. Gustave Baer, Mrs. J. K. Wolf, Mrs. Morris A. SkoP, Mrs. Selkowitz. The meeting will be an open one and all are cordially Invited to attend. Personals MrsDavid RosenzWeig, mother of Mrs. Marion Heller, of the San Juan Hotel,.has arrived in Orlando for two months stay. Norma Helen Wittenstein is taking part in the play "Aunt Tilly Goes to Town"—having the role of Aunt Tilly. The play will be given at the Memorial High School. Ansel Wittenstein is being sent on a debating tour to Sanford. Mrs. B. Borstein, of Clermont. is entertaining for her children who have recently arrived from New York. Mr. and Mrs. Schurr, children of MrMax Bernard of New York, are visiting in Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Simon, of Laurenceton, Pa., are visiting MrsMolly Rosen. Mr. and Mrs. George Bernard and family, of New York City, are visiting the Stones at Pine Acres. Mrs. Harold Stein had a small group of guests for a luncheon and bridge at her home "Shore Acres" on the East Winter Park RoadCROWDS ATTEND FLAGLER TRACK With Court Jester, Tempest, Reba Nell, Miami Moon, Mountain Mist, Knack, Fame and many other sensational dogs performing in a marvelous manner crowds continue to pack the West Flagler Kennel Club on 37th avenue and West Flagler street. Court Jester, owned by Art Wilson, Is piling up the most astounding record of any greyhound in Miami. During the last week he was beaten in a sprint race by Tempest, when Tempest gained the jump from an inside position, but Wilson's dog lost none of his prestige through this defeat. Visitors from all parts of the country have been visiting Flagler which is the showplace of all greyhound racing. The improvements which include a new entrance, a mezzanine floor, an entire new standard quarter mile mile track, judge's stand and many other Innovations have turned the track into the most beautiful greyhound track in the world. Match racos have proven to be extremely popular and Saturday night a six dog hurdle match race will be staged. The hurdle race is an exclusive feature at Flagler and Is one of the most spectacular of all races. Saturday's match race should attract a large crowd and the quiniela payoff as well as the daily double payoff should be extremely large. The quinielas which are on every race have been extremely high ranging up to $400. The daily double has also been averaging for about the $100 markThe beautiful oval is only ten minutes from downtown Miami. It can be reached by motorists either over N. W. 7th Street or West Flagler. .. ^i. THIS FREE CALENDAR IS STILL OFFERED TO READERS THIS PAPER We have, arranged with H. J. Heinz Co-, the 57 Varieties people, to continue sending the 24-year Hebrew English Calendar to those readers of this paper who request it. If you have not yet received the calendar, you may still obtain a copy. The book tells you at a glance the Hebrew date and its corresponding general date of any day between the years 1917 and 1941. It gives you the day of the week also. If you want to look up a Bar Mitzvah, a Yahrzeit or a holiday, the calendar will come in mighty handy. The book also has a page fir you to record important family dates and another page of Important Jewish holidays from now to. 1962. f\ The 24-year calendar Is free. A post-card or a letter will bring it to you. Please address: H. JHEINZ CO., Dep't. J-2—Pittsburgh. Pa. j