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

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

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

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VOLUME II.NUMBER 6.
WHEELER URGES
HELP FOR JEWS
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1938
PRICE FIVE CENTS
New York, (WNS)The United
States should exert Its Influence In
favor of allowing maximum Jewish
immigration into Palestine. United
States Burton K. Wheeler of Mon-
tana declared in an address before
more than 1,000 delegates attend-
ing a conference which marked
the launching of the United Pales-
tine Appeal campaign in Brook-
lyn. Declaring that the forces
which seek the destruction of the
Jewish people also seek the de-
struction of defocracy and Chris-
tianity, Senator Wheeler called up-
on "enlightened America" to come
to the aid of the rebuilding of
Palestine "which would regenerate
the Jewish people- Bitterly as-
sailing the persecution of Jews in
Germany, Poland, Roumania and
elsewhere, the Montana Senator
said that anti-Semitism "Is In fact
anti-democracy. He said that "the
Jewish people have more than sat-
isfied our faith in their creative
endeavor" and that "the Jewish
people needs Palestine more than
ever."
In the course of his address he
asserted that he was "horrified by
the un-Christian conduct of much
of the world today in its treatment
of the Jewish people" and asked
"what is the Christian world doing
to prevent this degradation and
crucifixion of a whole people. The
philosophy of anti-Semitism Is
against every fundafental tenet of
Christianity. If the Christian world
will not stand up In defense of
this inhuman outrage against sim-
ple Justice then it will be as much
at fault as those dark forces." He
(Continued on Page 11)
"NIGHT OF STARS"
ON MONDAY NIGHT
TO BE GALA EVENT
"The success of the Fourth An-
nual Night of Stars" said R. R-
Adler, general chairman of the
committee of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau in charge of this event,
"depends entirely upon a realiza-
tion on the part of the general
public and particularly of Greater
Miamians of the importance of the
work of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau. "If we are to continue to
provide food and shelter for the
underprivileged, for the poor and
the distressed," continued Mr. Ad-
ler, "then the glorious opportunity
afforded Miamians and visitors to
give to charity and at the same
time provide themselves with an
evening of entertainment unobtain-
able elsewhere, should be taken
advantage of Immediately. We
have arranged a delivery service
to hotels and homes. If members
of the ticket committee are called
or a call made to 5-2326; tickets
may also be purchased from the
box office of the Olympla Theatre."
Harry Richman, chairman of the
entertainment committee announc-
es that stars of the radio, stage
and screen who will provide a four
hour's continuous show Monday
night, February 21, at the Olympla
Theatre, beginning at 9:00 o'clock,
will Include Jack Dempsey and
the entire floor show of Dempgey's,
Georgie Price, Eddie Garr, famous
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TEN COMMANDMENTS OF GOOD WILL"
1. I will honor all men and women regardless of their race or religion.
2. I will protect and defend my neighbor's children against the ravages
of racial or religious bigotry.
3. I will exemplify in my own life the spirit of goodwill and under-
standing.
4. I will challenge the philosophy of racial superiority by whomsoever
that philosophy may be proclaimed, be those persons kings, emperors, dictators
or demagogues.
5. I will refuse to join or be identified with any organization that has
for its purpose the spreading of anti-Semitism, anti-Catholicism, or anti-
Protestantism.
6. I will do more than live and let live; I will live and help live.
7. I will protest against every manifestation of racial or religious
prejudice.
8. I will, until my dying day, establish comradeship with all those who
seek to exalt the spirit of love and reconciliation throughout the world.
9. I will not be misled by the lying propaganda of those who seek to
set race against race or nation against nation.
10. I will be all things to all men; to the Jew I will be a Jew, to the
Christian, a Christian, nor will I be divorced from this purpose by threats of
personal violence or of social ostracism, so help me God.
ROUMANIA WILL
MODIFY PROGRAM
Bucharest, (WNS) The joy of
Roumanian Jewry over the col-
lapse of the ruthlessly anti-Semitic
cabinet *>f Octavlan Goga, a Joy
which found expression In dancing
In the streets of many cities and
prayers of thanksgiving In the syn-
agogues, proved short-lived as King
Carol's military dictatorship, op-
erating through the medium of a
cabinet of reactionaries and royal
favorites headed by the frankly
anti-Semitic patriarch of the Or-
thodox Church, Premier Miron
Christea, announced that virtually
the entire anti-Jewish program pro-
mulgated during Coca's 44-day
tenure would be carried out. The
sole difference is that under the
present regime anti-Jewish meas-
ures will be effected with more
caution, less spectacularly, without
violence and with due considera-
tion to their Immediate effect on
foreign public opinion and on do-
mestic economy, which had been
seriously undermined by Goga's
anti-Jewish policy.
The new regime's program,
public in a 14-point manifesto
drafted at a meeting of the cabi-
net council presided over by King
Carol, made it plain that antl-Sem-
ltlsm would continue to be a car-
dlnaal principal of the government.
The points in the manifesto dealing
specifically with Jews provide for
(Continued on Page 10)
THIS THING CALLED GOOD WILL
By DR. ALBERT W. PALMER
Purchasing tickets for the Jewish Welfare Bureau's "Night of
Stars" from MlM Bunny Hallow, at left are Heywood Broun, not-
ed columnist, and Wm. Vincent Dwyer, noted sportsman.
mimic, Frances Faye, famous sing-
er, the complete show of the Club
Continental, Joe Lewis. Bennle
Fields, Blossom Seely, Dan Healy,
Cross and Dunn, Chick Endor,
Charlie Farrell and all the night
clubs ensembles In the South Flor-
ida area. From all indications this
show will outshine In excellence
and entertainment the successful
and outstanding shows presented
In the three previous "Night of
Stars" which the Jewish Welfare
Bureau has sponsored.
The president of the Chicago
Theological Seminary and one of
the nation's leading liberal church-
men, analyzes in this special ar-
ticle for Brotherhood Day this
thing called good will and explains
how, and why, Jews, Catholics and
Protestants should work together
to keep America from Communism
and Fascism.
The Editor.
There is a new motive for induc-
ing Catholics, Protestants and
Jews to work together in the Amer-
ican community, a motive which
comes out of the present situation
in the world, because for the first
time since 1683, when John Sob-
ieski with his Polish legion drove
the Turks away from the walls of
Vienna, a dangerous rival religion
is attacking us on our own terri-
torya rival relgion which Is
equally hostile to both Jews and
Christians. This rival religion is
secular nationalism. It is the wor-
ship of the totalitarian state- It
is the substitution of the govern-
ment for God as the final arbiter
of conscience. This is a menacing
and vital fact, for in our own day
it has practically crushed religion in
Russia, it has religion with Its back
to the wall In Germany, and I sus-
pect that things are not altogether
comfortable for religion In Italy.
Some may object to my calling this
thing religion, but no one will de-
ny that It posseses certain quali-
ties which characterize religion.
All religions are divided into de-
nominations. Christianity is di-
vided among tlie Roman Catholic,
Greek Orthodox, and Protestant
bodies. Protestantism in turn, is
divided into many denominations
Baptists. Lutherans, Methodists,
etc. Even Jews are divided into
Orthodox, Conservative and Re-
form. It seems to be characteristic
of religions to divide into denomi-
nations. One of these denomina-
tions is Fascism, another Naziism.
onother Communisim. If we, in
America, should develop some new
kind of denomination of this rival
religion, we shall probably call it
some high-falutin' name such aa
"Americanism," or "Waahington-
ianlsm.'
Religions are characterized also
by the possession of a sacred lit-
erature, a Bible. The Communists
have what corresponds to this, for
them, in Marx's "Das Capital." the
Nazis have it in Hitler's "Me'.n
(Continued on Page Five)
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.


1
PAQ1 TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, i93s
Visits In Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Saul B. Optner
visiting here as the guests of
listen Mrs. Ida Optner, and will
remain here for several weeks
Rabbi Hat Visitor
Mrs Sarah Bchonteld, wife of
Rabbi Dr. Lazarus Schoufeld. if
fie Foi Street Synagogue. Bronx
N. Y.. formerly chief Rabbi of
Transylvania, is visiting her son-
in-law and daughter. Kabbl and
Mrs. Moses Mescheloff. of Reth
Jacob Congregation. Miami Roach.
and will remain here for MTeral
weeks,
CEEfY *
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! Ornstein.
Prominent Guest Is Honored
Judge Morris Rothenberg,
, trip were Mr. and Mrs. Charles
of boys and girls from the ages of ( outstanding work in the sale
16 to 20 years and all boys and ( ^ UvMU fgr tne Jewisn Wel-
girls who are Interested are cor- ( ^ Burea(J., Fourth Annual |To Ho|d 0pen Meeting
rially invited to attend the regular ( Njflht ^ gtars at ,he 0iympia The y w H A- win hold an
meetings which are held WrTj, Theatre Monday night, Febru- (,, meeting this Tuesday even-
of
Sunday evening at Kaplan Hall. ;, >ry 2ut j$ bejnfl accornpijshed ?
> by the woman's committee of *
Ladies Auxiliary Will Meet j which Mrs. M. L. Marcus is
The Ladies Auxiliary of the chairman. Actively assisting
Jewish Welfare Rureau will have and receiving the plaudits of
New Yorn. internationally famous t,ieir'nlonthlv meeting at the Fleet-'' those interested in the relief of *
Zionist worker and former pres.- ^ ^^ Kobruary ,,
f| at 8:00 p. m. The emetlng this
month "ill be Mother and Daugh-
1 ter Day. the program will be under
j the direction Ol Mrs. Isidore W< in-
stein an.l Mrs. Nat Williams.
Anyone wishing tickets for the
America. Was the guest of honor
at a reception held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff last
Tuesday afternoon, attended by
prominent Jewish resideuts and
visitors of this area. Receiving
the guests were Mrs. Harry Rubin,
M l Morris Rubin, Mrs. Sam Dim-
onhoff and Mrs. Anna Brenner
Mankes. At the tea tables Mrs.
Max ixibrin and Mrs Joseph Deck-
owitz poured tea. Floral decora-
tions reminiscent of Palestinian
scenes were placed about the home
and informal discussion of Zionist
matters were enjoyed by the guests
About one hundred and tlftj
called during the afternoon.
* the needy are Mesdames Es-
telle Schram. Maurice Jacobs, *
S. C Davis. Irvjng Frumkus
? and Frank Frankel.
op.
Jug. February 22, at the Y club-
rooms. All members and their
friends are cordially invited to at-
tend the meeting and a social hour
will follow- A program will be
presented on Washington's Birth-
day.

annral Night if Stars to be held
on February II, will please con-
tact the ticket chairman, Mrs. M.
I. Marcus, or any of the Hoard
Mem!'
Anyone wishing the Strudel
Leaves pjease contact Mrs. Samuel
Halpert, her telephone number Is
84018.
Play To Be Presented
The Habonoth Club of Miami,
affiliated with the National Habo-
wedding cake as the centerpiece, j noth Clubs, and sponsored locally
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff recited by the Miami Jewish Orthodox
the.invocation. During the even-; Congregation, will present an en-
ing traditional wedding melodies tertainment and play at the club-
Cantor Mamches and Cantor Kel- rooms of the Young Men's Hebrew
were sung by the guests, led by Association. 1567 S. W. Fifth street
efer.
Rabbi
Addresses were made by
Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi
slcal saw. Miss Hana Maclc sang
several songs, and E- Albert Pallot
gave several clever readings.
Games were played and prizes
were awarded, and at midnight a
buffet supper was served.
Guests pnesent were: Miss Rena
Nruborg, Sam Block, Miss Dorothy
Resnick, Dr. Harold Rand, Miss
Gertrude Mandell Murray Schwartz
Miss Lenore Kaplan, Miss Hanna
Mack. Larry Schwartz, Miss Norma
Simpson, Harry Schwartz, Sydney
Hollander, Miss Dora Rosenhouse.
E. Albert Pallot, Miss Ida Safer,
Abe Silver, Arthur Splro, Nate Sil-
verman, Sam Spector, Dr. George
Colman, Miss Molly Engler, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Goldstein, Mr- and
Mrs. Herman Leiberman. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Ornstein and Mrs.
Sam Shindell.
B'nai B'rith to Celebrate
Celebrating Washington's Birth-
day. Sholem Lodge of B'nal B'rith
will tender a gala night of enter-
tainment at the Alamac Hotel.
Miami Reach, next Wednesday
evening. February 23, beginning at
8:15 o'clock. Judge Hy Roth, for-
mer municipal judge of Orlando,
and president of the Florida Fed-
eration of B'nai B'rith Lodges will
be the guest speaker in a short
Sunday evening, February 20. be-
ginning at S o'clock- The play is
Morris Halpern. Rabbi Max Sha I being coached by Mrs Sam Tan- ^^ ^/^ "of'"the
, piro. Rabbi M. Graynerman, Rabbi nenbaum. The public is extended
Abraham A Kellner, Rabbi Mayer1 a cordial invitation to attend and
1 Freed. Ephraim Kaplan, noted enjoy a pleasant evening.
Wedding Is Solemnized :>h writer and a member of the
With an au more than staff of the Jewish Morning Jour- Honors Daughter's Birthday
* 'four hundl nda i" attendance nal and M Bernstein, prominent Mr. and Mrs. .lake Engler enter-
Son is Born to Rabbi | the marriage of Miss Malvina Krae attorney of Detroit, Mich. Mr. J. tained at a surprise party in honor
Rabbi and Mrs. Max SI mer. daughter of Mr. and Mr?. L. Sbochet was I astmaster and their daughter. Miss Ida Eng-
receiving ion--. as on the Samuel Kraemer, of Mt. Clemens, introdu ed thi speakers. Tre tra- ler, who eel her twenty-first
birth of a son last Sunday r Mich., and Rabbi David Klein, of ditional Sheva Brochos chanted by j entertaining by another daugh-
al the Alton R solemnized in Rabbi Moses Mescheloff followed birthday. The hosts were assisted
Beacr. Mother and baby a rest- thi pal of the Tides H las) brief word of thanks by the ter. Mlsj Molly Engler, Mrs Sam
ing nicely. The Bris will bi held ruesday night Rabbi Dr. Bernard groof, Rabbi David Klein, after s Mrs. Herman Leiberman
Sunday with Rev. B, D. Mindel Revel, president of the Rabbi 1 ilch the Hatlkvo was Sev- and Mrs. Charles Ornst.
ag as the Mohel, and member! i ihiva and thi v undred telegrams were re- A valentine motif was used
family nnd College officiated with Rabbi Mos- cell from many institutions of throughout the decorations, ref
es Mescheloff, Rabbi Morris Ha'.- learning throughout the world and Ir,ents and favors.
I ia Yeshiva, Rabbi many friends. Officers of Reth a novel feature of the evening
Mayer Freed of the Yeshlva. Rabbi Jacob Congregation with which the wa, ,-.,e birthdav cake which was
Miss Fruma Wiener, of New Graynerman of Jerusalem. Cantor groom is associated who attended ,n the shape of a post-card with
, .'.;.K; H!..-m^.l ,..'?,. f'.^8 MaUr,Ce MmC"_> Bele Kel- were Mr. Harry Wasserman. act- the name and a(ldres8 of the hon.
friends attending.
Leaves For Home
s- ,ured at the door.
This organization
is
.. ... .stamp. The honor guest was the
>ew ^or.K n of onor The through Florida to return some rBHr.int nf mnv .. ,.,
Junior League to Give Dance n WM Bttended hy Mr. nnd Mrs time today. The couple will make Fn ainm t h .?
The Junior League of Temple Is- Harry K.s, h.c.go. Follow- their home in Miami until after ln?J jt C 1^'
will sponsor a dance on Sat- |g !he ceremony which was per- the Passover Holldav. and will "!*"*". m
urda, evening, February 19, at 8:00 | .-ed unde- the traditional can- then go to Mt. Clemens. wZ\ "h" ga^ elections on a mu-
r m. Miss Betty Llebllng is in 0py. and candli vice, sev- where the groom will associate'
charge of arrangements and an- five relatives and close Mends hlfself with his father-in-law in the
Bounce, that tickets are arallabl tm\\y atl wedding management and operation of the
Russian Room of the Olympla Hotel and Mineral Baths.
- "' T tables were
composed b. ted with a huge Concludes Visit
Mrs. Kate Rapp, of Brooklvn. N.
Y who has been visiting her sis-!
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. M. B. Frank, for the past!
several weeks will leave for her!
home Wednesday.

Arrives For Visit Here
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Leiberman
and son. Donald, of Brooklyn, N,
Y.. arrived here to spend the sea-
son and are residing at the Taft
Hotel- Mrs. J. Engler. cousin of
theirs, will entertain for them.
Accompanplng them here on their
in Florida. The Cinema Casino
will present its entire vaudeville
show during the evening and danc-
ing will follow the entertainment-
Refreshments will be served
through the courtesy of the Family
Jacobs of the Alamac Hotel who
are also providing the music for
the dancing.
The observance of Washington's
Birthday is an annual affair with
the Lodge to which members, their
family and friends are invited. Ev-
erything is free and no appeals or
collections are permitted. It Is
part of the social work of the
Lodge which Is under the direction
of E. Albert Pallot, chairman Of the
entertainment committee.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1938
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VOLUME IINUMBER 6
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1938
TALE OF TWO COUNTRIES
Last month we noted the fifth anniversary of Hitlerism in
Germany; this week, less than a month later, we celebrate the
fifth annual Brotherhood Day of the National Conference of
Jews and Christians. That these two unlike reflections of the
world scene should be so coincidental is significant. The one
sets the seal of doom on German Jewry; the other is one of
the brightest spots on the American horizon. This study in
contrasts raises two questions that American Jewry would like
to have answered: "Why Hitlerism?" and "Can it Happen
Here?" Unquestionably, Nazism in Germany was born of
deepest despair and the false hope held out to the people by
a mustached messiah. Obviously, there has been no such de-
spair here. So far so good. The answer is: it can't happen
here. But what of a sustained depression and the emergence
of a Huey Long or another demagogue who would use the Jews
as a scapegoat? What steps can we take to protect ourselves?
Influence and achievements, as the German Jews discovered,
were of no avail. What then? Possibly an enlightened Amer-
ica, an America intellectually immune to the virus of hate,
could withstand a demagogue's empty mouthings, his false
promises. Possibly an American 100 percent sold on democracy
would be a bulwark against anti-Semitism, against Communism,
against Fascism.
That is the significance of Brotherhood Day. Five years
after it is established, ten years after the creation of its spon-
sor, it is an accepted part of American life. Two thousand
communities throughout the country will celebrate the day with
community dinners, with inter-faith services, with good will
sermons, with radio broadcasts over the two largest national
networks and over 135 local stations. Brotherhood Day has
become an educational force, an antitoxin against hate and in-
tolerance to which America is submitting gladly. And it is
significant because it is not a negative factor, a fight against
anti-Semitism, but a positive force, a propaganda for democracy
that preaches that the abridgement of the civil liberties of one
racial or religious group is but a preclude to the abridgement
of the rights of all. Brotherhood Day is not a guarantee of
security for American Jewry. But it is a potent force, an edu-
cational instrument of good will for which Jewry should be
thankful. Certainly it is among the encouraging omens that
make us optimists enough to say: it won't happen here.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Hello again:
It shore feels good tickling the
keys again after a 3 month layoff
wailing for the season, what sea-
son?
Have you noticed
the list of famous
writers the Jeewish
Florldian has add-
ed to it staff, Lad-
wig Lewisohn, Al
Segal. William Zu-
kerman. Louis Pe-
karsky and others-
No wonder their circulation has in
creased.
Y
Much water has flown through
the Y channels since E. Albert
FOREIGN AFFAIRS
A world conference on the sub-
ject of Jewish emigration is being
given plenty of serious considera-
tions in the capitals of Europe. .
A first-class battle is under way
between the National Democrats
and the National Radicals, Poland's
leading anti-Semitic parties, be-
cause of the former's definition of
an Aryan. According to the
Democrats an Aryan must be able
to prove Aryan descent for three
consecutive generations. The
Radicals object because too many
of their members are the sons of
grandsons of Jewish converts. .
Don't, by the way, forget that
we told you that Goga will be a
flop In the coming election.....
A gentleman by the name of Wil-
liam is giving the Jews of Rou-
manja a headache with his pro-
nouncements that Roumaifla is jus-
tified in demanding that the Jews
PallOt became its president and l*ve the country--------He calls
himself a Jew, but is unknown in
guiding light. As their first trans-
action they purchased their pres-, Jewish circles.
-it property and two adjoining
. Equally painful
was the spectacle of some of Rou-
lots, next they built a recreation I mania's wealthiest Jews breaking
room with showers etc., and in or-
der to meet the obligations neces-
sary they sponslred a very suc-
bread with anti-Semitic chieftains
at the banquet tendered to the
minister of commerce, who is do-
all Jews out
cessful Sixth Annual Dance while '* ,lis be8t to
of business. Vladmir Jabolin-
getting out one of the largest pro-
gram books this community has
jever had, the Y then followed this the Revolutionists hi Palestine.
event up with an even greater suc-
cess, this being their third annual
Parade of Stars, held at the beau-
tlcul Cinema Casino, with that a"d Christians, is the latest cele
swell Irishman, Nick Kenny .at the^my to arrive in Eretz Israel,
helm. At the present time the
necessary plans for that much talk-
ed about testimonial dinner honor-
sky's son is the de facto leader of
Professor Carlton J. H. Hayes of
Columbia, the Catholic co-chairman
of the National Conference of Jews
Fascist propaganda among the
British troops In Palestine has re-
sulted in several Tommies being
e outstanding Jewish citizen 8e'lt ome for makin a 8cene in
of the greater Miami area is still a Jew'8h cafe in Jerusalem when
in progress, according to Chair- j th orchestra refused to play the
man. Dr. Sam Beckman. Hor8t We88eI 80n*' There are
__ Y __ 5* Jewish students from the Unit-
ed States studying medicine at the
Universities of Glasgow and Edin-
burgh. The most popular tunes
It gladdens my heart to hear any
news from Nick Kenny because
seldom if ever does he fail to men- 0f George Gershwin and Irving
Berlin are still being played in
Germany, but the numbers are
credited to non-existent Aryans. .
XXX
RABBINICAL AFFAIRS
are
tion the name of our departed
Boris Schlachman In connection
with anything concerning the Y
M. H. A., which is as it should be.
Y
Over at the B'nai B'rith they re
Rumors are again creeping up
cently held their annual elections!^ Rabb( A,)ba H.,|eI Sjlver ,8
and the Y. M. H- A. very recogniz-
ant of the fact extends heartiest
greetings to President EIry Stone
and his star supporting cast. Good
luck gentlemen.
Y
Another affair that packs plenty
the man whom Dr. Stephen s. Wise
would like to have as his succes-
sor as head of the Free Synagogue
and of'the Institute of Jewish Re-
ligion whenever the indefatigable
Dr. Wise will be ready to retire- ..
Speaking of religion reminds us
of TNT will be the Annual Night that tne Rev Jonn Haynes Holmes
Civil Liberties Union
Seeking Federal Aid
Against Fascist Group
New York, (WNS)In an effort
to curb foreign legislation prohib-
iting private military training and
the formation of private military
forces will be sought by the Amer-
ican Civil Liberties Union, as a
result of a study just completed
of restraints upon Fascist activities
In European democracies. All oth-
er proposed measures against Fas-
'cist and Nazi activities, suh as
prohibitions of military cafps, pa-
rades, the wearing of political uni-
forms in public and the carrying
of flags in public as a symbol of
Radio Programs
Will Feature
Brotherhood Day
New York, (WNS)Brotherhood
Day will be ushered in with a
coast-to-coast radio program over
WABC and the Columbia network
on Sunday, February 20, from 2:00
to 2:30 p- m. The program will
feature George M. Cohan, Edwin
C. Hill, Laurence Tibbett and An
dre Kostalanetz, directing a 50-
plece orchestra, and will be pre-
sented locally over Station WQAM.
a political movement are opposed
by the Union as "indefensible" and
violations of civil liberties.
of Stars, sponsored by the Jewish
Welfare Bureau, Monday, February
2l8t, beginning at 9:00 p. m. Our
Parade of Stars was undoubtedly
a great success' and we take this
opportunity of wishing the Welfare
Bureau an even greater success,
and .any cooperation we can tender
will be gladly forthcoming.
Y
That was a mighty fine function
sponsored by the Council of Jewish
Juniors last Sunday and its pur-
pose, the Alton Road Hospital fund
even finer. Congrats Paul.
Y
The Y. M. H. A. was host to a
number of prominent citizens last
Wednesday at their regular weekly
meeting. Mr- Plzetts, Secretary
of the Birmingham, Ala.. Y, spoke
briefly as did Mr. Jacobs, of New
York, and Tom Kelly, one of the
guiding lights of the Miami Beach
Elks, who by the way. promised
to deliver an American Flag to the
"Y" which has been so sadly mis-
sing.
Y
Just watch the "Y" go places
once their Life Members. Bill
Shayne and Leo Robinson, who are
sent a slashing letter to Damon
Runyan, the Hearst Columnist, in
which he attacks the ministers and
rabbis who are publicity-crazy. .
He says that the religious editors
of the big New York dailies don't
cover sermons, but only print hand
outs sent to them by publicity-
minded clergymen. That's why.
Holmes says. Dr. Stephen S. Wise's
sermons are hardly ever mentioned
in the New York presseven the
Timeswhile rabbis who speak
before only a couple of dozen peo-
ple in their synagogues get front
billing in the newspapers. David
Mii-ick, 13-year-old Newark, N. J.
negro, wants to become a chazan.
.... He recently became Bar
Mitzvah. Life Magazine, which
prints his picture, claims that theie
are 10.000 Jewish negroes in the
United States .
XXX
ANTI-AMERICAN AFFAIRS
A secret probe of all subversive
movements in California Is bei<-^
undertaken by an important pat-
riotic organization. One of the
important gathering places for an-
ti-Semitic bigwigs in New York is
at 231 West 58th Street, just
around the corner from the office
of the American Jewish CongreFs.
... It appears to be nothing but
a bookstore, but in the back is
a big lodge room where Robert
Edward Edmondson and his cron-
ies meet and plan the distribution
of literature. Speaking of lit-
erature, did you know that mater-
ial upholding Japan is being hand-
ed out at all Nazi meetings in this
country? ... Add to the list of
Jew-baiting outfits the Whit-? Le-
gion of America, sometimes called
the White Aryan Gentiles. ... Its
fuehrer is a Commander O'Shea,
who hails from Baltimore. Head-
.... Secret national headquartera
quarters are in Washington, D. C.
of the anti-Semitic American
Guards, a student group that was
recently kicked out of City Col-
lege in New York, Is P. O. Box 591,
Chicago- Cleveland now has a
branch of this group. Many of
the liberals in Congress who last
year opposed a probe of Nazi ac-
tivities now are all hot for su< :i
an Inquiry. Back of the Fascist
and Gold Shirt disturbances in
Mexico is Manfred Klllinger, Nazi
consul In San-Francisco. Amer-
ican oil interest^ in Texas are said
to be financing the Gold Shirts.
Werner Haas, who was secretary
to Helng Spankoebel. the Nazi
leader who fled the country in
1933 when Uncle Sam put the bee
on him, is now one of the chief
figures in Adrien Arcand's Cana-
dian Nationalist Party.....
XXX
NAZI AFFAIRS
Radio row is agog over reports
that Percy Winner, NBC's director
of short-wave broadcasts, was fired
because of pressure brought to
bear by the German and Italian
embassies, which resented his anti-
Fasclst and anti-Nazi barbs.....
But a German language announcer
on one of the big broadcasting sys-
tems, is a known Nazi. Which
reminds us that most of the small
independent stations in New York
which specialize in foreign lan-
guage programs have eliminated
Nazi propaganda which used to
reach the air in the form of re-
corded travel lectures, Nazi mu-
sic and speeches by Nazi officials
. The German Educational Bu-
reau, which provides Gerfan radio
(Continued on Page Five)
co-chairmen of that group, start
planning things for the Y., and its
affiliated groups.
Y
By the By, have you noticed the
neatness around the "Y" headquar-
ters since attaining Miss Mae Kai>-
lan as their new secretary of labor.
Y
There actually Is more activity
going on around the "Y" than in
the "Y" lately, what with Miami
Moon showing off In all Its splen-
dor, plus a few million stars lend-
ing their support. You must come
up sum time, anytime.
We also have a moosic machine
for your dancing feet.
Y
At the last meeting of the Ju-
nior Division of the Y. M. H. A.,
Miss Ethel Pont, newly appointed
dance chairman, announced that a
dance will be held on Sunday eve-
ning. March 6, at the clubroom-
Admission charged will be nominal
and music will be furnished by
Sherwood Lavine's orchestra. AH
members and their friends are urg-
ed to attend as the proceeds will
be donated to the Y building fund.
Y
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
This Thing Called
Good Will
(Continued from Page 1)
Kainpi," and the Fascists have it
in the writings and sayings of Mus-
solini. Ail religions have their
symbols In liturgy and ritual an.'
to has this religion- Russia has
the hammer and sickle, Germany
,he swastika, Italy the bundle of
rods with an axe in the middle. And
,, Be religions have liturgical prac-
.,,.,is, salutations like "Hell Hitler"
uniforms and the Binging of reli-
gions hymns. They also have rit-
ual observancesthe meetings of
the Young Communist League in
Red Square in Moscow, the burning
of books in Nuremburg, in Ger-
many, by the Nazis; the parades of
ihe Italian army, show how drama-
tic these things are, how emotional
.aid stirring are the liturgies and
the rituals of this rival religion.
Both ChrMuJans and Jews ;have
been concerned for the education
t children. The schools have
come up out of the synagogue and
the church. And this rival religion
has also shown its instinctive feel-
ing for the importance of educa-
tion by taking over the educational
urogram wherever it came into
power, and using schools and oth-
er centers of education for ruthless
and unscrupulous propaganda
where not truth but the dogmas of
sen particular type of totalitarian
state is exploited.
Christianity and Judaism have
special groups for certain purpos-
es, monastic orders, associations
and brotherhoods. This rival reli-
gion has its special groups, too. It
even has what corresponds to a
church. This is called a "party"
but the things required of members
of the party are much of the same
as are required of members of a
church. They must believe in the
party doctrines and support of the
party program. There is a certain
rather remarkable purtanical stern
ness about the "party." I under-
stand that Stalin and Hitler neith-
er smoke nor drink, and that they
require of their party members and
of the youths who are candidates
for the "party" a certain Spartan
self-restraint from the ordinary
pleasures of the world. It is very
significant and most interesting,
that the Messianic idea also ap-
pears. This is originally a Jewish
idea- Jesus is the Messiah of the
Christians. But I suppose it would
be unfair to say" that Karl Marx
is the great messlah of that par-
ticular brand of this rival religion
known as Communism while Hit-
ler is the messiah of the Nazis and
Mussolini of the Fascists. Every
religion has the missionary spirit,
and this rival religion is profound-
ly missionary In Italy, it is ag-
grandizement of Italy, so that it
will control all the land around the
Mediterranean sea and reestablish
the Roman Empire- In Germany
it is to bring all people of German
blood everywhere under the con-
trol of the German government.
And among the Communists It is to
make nothing less than the whole
world Communistic. And so you
have this missionary motive, which
is also characteristic of true re-
ligion.
In this secular religion are even
the weaknesses of religion.. There
are the same tendencies to intol-
erancethose faults that have
dogged the steps of true religion
and have weakened it. These were
directed against the martyrs of the
Christian faith, and the less known
but equally great martyrs of the
Jewish faith, as they confronted
the paganism of the aSclbnt Ro-
man emperors and the persecu-
tions of Nero and Justinian.
Will this Nero-Paganism come to
America? I think it is not likely
to come to America if we face this
great emergency intelligently, and
unless there is a large element of
the American public that Is with-
FOR THE GEORGE WASHINGTON BALL
Left: An airy dress of net from a romantic group starred for southern nights. Right: white dinner jacket and
black dress trousers in the southern tradition for men. Both Sunshine Fashions from a famous collection at
Burdine's Lincoln Road.
out any other religion. The thing
that will invite people to adopt
this rival religion will be a reli-
gious vacuum. People need some-
thing to suffer for. They need
something that appeals to their
| idealism, something that they will
sacrifice for- And if Protestant-
ism and Cetholicism and Judaism
can supply this for the whole pub-
lic, then this other religion will
have hard work to win converts.
But if there are large blocks of
the population that have no active
relationship with the church, then
you have a large and possibly in-
creasing multitude of people in the
community who have no vital re-
ligion to which they give love and
devotion. And that kind of vac-
uumthat hunger and need for re-
ligionmight furnish the opportu-
nity for a rival secular religion to
come in All this has some direct
application to the question how
interfaith cooperation can serve
the American public. Against this
background of secularism and nat-,
ionallsm we ought to realize that
as Catholics and Protestants and
Jews we have more In common than
we have ever realized before. We
have at least three things in com-
mon.
First, we all have a common
faith In a God who is above all
(Continued on Page 10)
Strictly Confidential
(Continued from Page 3)
recordings free to any station call-
ing for them, is finding inquiries
fewer and fewer. Julius B.
Braun, a private detective who
calls himself the agent of Mrs.
Bruno Richard Hauptman, is ped-
dling a scheme by which commer-
cial firms can sell their products
to German-Americans and help
Mrs. Hauptman at the same time.
XXX
EVERYBODY'S AFFAIRS
They're INttlng even money in
Albany that Governor Herbert H-
Lehman will be a candidate to
succeed himself this year- He
wants to be the first man to serve
ten years as governorand, be-
sides, the conservative Democrats
have sold him the idea that only
he can prevent a radical pro-Roose-
velt man from getting the nomi-
nation and thus assuring the elec-
tion of a Republican. The
Times Square restaurant bought by
ex-heavyweight champion Jimmy
Braddock and his manager, Joe
Gould, was formerly a kosher eat-
ery. It'll be renamed Inn Brad-
dock's Corner. Leonard Lyons,
the New York Post columnist, tells
the story that when the non-Aryan
Gould was negotiating with Berlin
for a Schmellng-Braddock -fight he
discussed terms with Joe Goebbels,
Hitler's clubfoot propaganda gen-
ius. ... "I want $400,000 in cash,"
said Gould over the transatlantic
phone. "Agreed," came the re-
ply. "All expenses paid," con-
tinued Gould- "Agreed." said
Goebbels. "An American ref-
eree," added Braddock's Jewish
manager. "We consent," Goeb-
bels answered, a bit impatiently. .
"What else do you want, Mr.
Gould?" ... Joe is said to have
taken a deep breath before making
his final demand: "We also want
equal rights for the Jews in Get-
many." .... There was a pause,
and then the sweet voice of the
transatlantic operator was heard to
say: "Your party has disconnected,
Mr. Gould." Francis Edward
Faragoh's play about child labor
in the South, "Sunup to Sundown,"
closed after only seven performan-
ces, but it served to remind Broad-
way that young Sidney Lumet, who
made such a big hit in "The Eter-
nal Road," olav hasholom, is one
of the greatest kid actors of all
times. .... When Mrs. Elizabeth
Friedman succeeded in breaking up
the biggest opium smuggling gang
ip Canada she added another feath-
er to the Friedman family's record
as ace cryptoanalysts. Mrs.
Friedman is the chief code solver
of the U. S. Coast Guard, and her
husband. Lieutenant-Colonel Wil-
liam F. Friedman, holds a similar
post with the U. S. Army Signal
Corps. She was loaned to
the Canadian government for this
particular Job. Omaha is brag-
ging of a new Nathalia Crane In
the person of Dorothy Romonek,
who crashed the 1937 anthology at
the ripe age of six.. Hollywood's
plan to film the life of Haym Salo-
mon has been shelved temporarily
but there is talk of a screen ver-
sion of the life of the great actress
Rachel .... Lia Rosen, former
Reinhardt star now living In Pal-
estine. Is being considered for tho
stellar role-.....
PRUNE MEAT TZIMMES
1 pound prunes.
1 pound brisket, cut Into small
pieces.
6 medium sweet potatoes.
1 teaspoon salt.
1-8 teaspoon pepper.
1-2 Cup Honey.
1-2 lemon.
Wash the prunes and place in a
pot with the meat. Add salt and
pepper. Cover with cold water and
simmer until the meat Is almost
done. Slice or dice the potatoes
and add with the honey and lemon
juice. Cover and place in the oven
until the potatoes are very soft.
Sugar can be substituted for honey
and the potatoes can be half sweet
and half Irish or all Irish. Strangely
enough, this is a good Jewish dish.


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PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Officers of the 1938 United Palestine Appeal Campaign
DR. STEPHEN S. WISE
Chairman, Exacutiva Commit**
DR. ABBA HILLEL SILVER
Nation*! Chairman
NATIONAL CO-CHAIRMEN
LOUIS LIPSKY
Chairman, Adminiirrativ* Committee
v-m
RABBI SOLOMON GOLDMAN
DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN HAROLD JACOBI
HONORARY CHAIRMEN
JUDGE MORRIS ROTHENBERG
Alfrad M. Cohan
Gov. Harbarl H
Lahman
Jud9a Julian W.
Mack
Nathan Straus
Hanriatta Siold Samual Untarmyar
Rabbi Barnart R. Bricknar
Vica-Chairman
Abraham L Liabovitx
Atsociata Traaiurar
ARTHUR M. LAMPORT
Traaiurar
VICE-CHAIRMEN
Louif Rimslty
A*'iat Traaiurar
Laon Gallman
Vica-Chairman
'.-> i.,v'n
Jud^a W-,. M l*.i, Judo, J0..oh B. P.ki
Mlchaal Schaao
Elihu D. Ston

THE WORLD'S
(Continued from Page 4)
aBTy true herehow deeply and
overwhelmingly true Is it of those
lands in which the mortal Block
Death of this disastrous age is rag-
ing like a conflagaratlon.
It is as an American liberalit
needs no morethat I am shocked,
smitten, riven in the substance of
my very soul by that recent cry of j
the Reichsvertretung der deutschen !
Juden, of those people but the other '
day so pr0ud, so cultured, so deeply |
man is good enough to rule anoth-
er and no majority is good enough '
patriotic, pleading with their evil
masters not to rob them of the
last crust they have, pleading that
though the young and strong could
emigrate, there were thousands
who must remain till death in that
fiery furnace which was once their
beloved fatherland. And at the
| same time these tragic people ad-
, dressed a prayer to the governors
'of the British empire not to close
the gates of Palestine, not to di-
minish Palestine as a Jewish home
land, not to rob them of their one,
their ultimate hope.
It is the one. the ultimate, the
unique hope. It would be even
though the gates of the other lands
of the world were open instead of
sealed. For we have agreed mere-
ly as American liberals, that n0
to rule a minority. And therefor
it would be but to prolong millen- j
ial agonies and sins to send the
David Warthaim
I Jews of Germany and Poland and
Roumania to other lands, to the
mercy of other majorities, to other
I majorities, to other turnsof that
; fatal historic wheel. There is but
one place to send them; there is
but but one place for them to go;
that place is home- And if you
ask me to define home I can do so
In the immortal words of that dear
and precious American poet and
good friend of mine Ribert Frost:
"Home it the place where, when
you no there, they have to take
you in."
Home for a people is a land
where the power-relations are such
that people can never become a
minority and thus the object and
not the subject of the total historic
acterlstics, be what they may be
process; home for a people is a
land in which its traits and char-
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
are norm and normal, not strange
and estranging, a warping or a re-
proach. Home for a people is a
land where soil and sky, where hill
and plain, where mountain and
star witnessed its becoming a peo-
ple, witnessed the birth of its
fyth. speech, geniua. There ls no
other homeland for any people
And where any other people even
like the Jewish people hopelessly
driven out into the wilderness of
constant powerlessness and minor-
> status In a world that ls neith-
er just nor humane nor merciful
hat people, like my peoplei ke
the Jewish people, would have to
strive ar,d struggle and wander un-
ti it could regain and rebuild the
Zion of i,8 fumitoent first in jt8
'*e the Jewish Peop,e_naye to gQ
ls- 193ft
Zionism's Changing
(Continued from Page 4)
greatest Haman. In America i
particular where the old traditj *
of the Yankees and the newer t**
dition of the Irish to twist hm
tail of the English lion still p'1'
vailed, the custom of the Zioni?,
orators to thunder against Bria,h
Imperialism' and the -perfidioiu
British diplomacy of divide and
conquer' became the most fashion,
able thing.
This was naturally bound tu hay,
an effect on the British Govern-
ment and even on the people. Th
endless cries of betrayal,' the (re-
quent anti-British demonstration
and meetings of protest in Warsaw
Lodz and New York, the outburst,
at Zionist Conferences and Con-
gresses gradually tended to under-
mine the somewhat romantic sym-
pathy for the Jews which had ex- i
isted in England. In official cir-
cles ln Palestine this took the form '
of a certain frigidity and aloofness
of which the English are past mas-
ters and which was of course in.
mediately denounced as anti-Semit-
ism. What is more, this unpleas-
ant feeling, whether Utl-Semittaj
or not, has spread from Palestine
to official and even unofficial
London. There is now a certain
amount of antipathy to the Je
in England which can certainly be
traced to Palestinian soun i
there is of course, not the btig .-
est doubt in the minds of those wni>
know the English, that one of the
reasons for the Peel proposal for
the partition of Palestine is that
official England Is tired not only
of Arab riots and terror, but also
of Jewish carping criticism.
The Peel Report made this sim-
ply clear. To the world at large
that report was the cinfirmation of
the existence of a painful Arso-
Jewish problem. But the truth of
the matter is that the Peel Report
established the exlsence of another
problem, that of the English amf
the Jews. There is no denying tie
fact that Jewish relationship with
the English, too, has been strain-
ed for the last twenty years an!
there is now no less need for a bet-
ter understanding with tho English
than with the Arabs.
To the credit of the majoritr
Of Zionists it must be said that
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
IS.
193J
Jacksonville Notes
Mrs. Dora Berman was hostess
to her relatives and friends at a
reception in her home last Sunday
FARM SCHOLARSHIPS
ARE NOW AVAILABLE
The Applications Committee of
The National Farm School is no
Zionism Policy
Changed
(Continued from Page 6)
they uuickly read the writing on
the wall and understood the W
criminal slogan of British 'betrayal
of the Jewish people' is no longer
heard even from the most sonorous
Zionist orators. This change does
not, significantly, emanate from
understanding of the situation
Palestine, but also that they ha"
come to realise as they did |n #*
interests also outside Palestine and
mer years, that there are JeW|,h
gland- It started in Poland! that it is criminal to sacrifice them
where Zionists seem to be more even for a National Home. it ^
sane and realistic than anywhere shows that in spite of the outbUri,
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack receiving applications for admission i (holog!cal meaning of the Peel|e,se. lt nas 8pread to other coun- of Revisionist irredenta feeling
afternoon, in honor of her son and
Merman, of Norfolk. Va., who are
Kpending their honeymoon here.
political. tHeg and it nas even reached Amer-1 connection with the partition o
now Palestine, saner counsels and emo-
to the new term which opens in Report as well as the
April. Young men between the Events in Europe for the last two i(,a wnere strong forces are
agea of IT and 21, having a high I years have also helped consider- heard ln 8upport of the new pollly.
school education or its equivalent
and possessing sound physical. democratlc and ftwcltt cam,,8, can
mental and moral health, are- eli-
gible. They must, of course, dem-
onstrate their Interest in agricul-
ture and their determination to
make that vocation their life's call-,
ing.
The National Farm School found-1
there be any doubt where the Jews
belong? Is this the time to antag-
onize one of the few and greatest
democratic countries where Jews
even if they do have some one Just
claims against it in Palestine? Is
Palestine really all?
Are there no
Mrs. David Nussbaum entertain-
ed with a lovely tea last week in
the home of Mrs- William Nuss-
baum. complimenting Mrs. Edward
Dobkin, of Charlotte. N. C, who
has moved to this city with Mr.
Dobkin to reside. Mr. and Mrs.
Dobkin are making their home tem-
porarily at Neptune Beach.
Presiding at the handsome silver'
tea and coffee service during the ed ln 1896- holds the distinction o(her yJta, problems in Jewry ex-
afternoon were: Mrs. \V A. Nelles. of bein8 "isue- in offering to city|cept thoge Q, ,he Nationai Home?
Mrs. M. F. Leake. Mrs. B. Roberts. bo>'s ,he opportunity for agricul- Thg SODer|ng pi.0ces8 began and
Miss Marion Copping. Miss Wtlma rural training. The course covers 3
Coleman, Mrs. Ervln LMtle, Mrs. ***** '" Kee'al agriculture and
Richard P. Taylor, Jr., Mrs. Spen- includes such specializations as or-
cer Ladd. Jr.. Mrs. Herman Jack- charding. dairying, poultrying. veg-
son and Mrs. H. A- Brodden. Mrs. e,able gardening, farm mechanics.
Clarence Nussbaum assisted In serv-! eu- Todav when Professions and
ing. The honoree was presented | many industries are overcrowded,
farming offers unusual opportuni-
ably to make them see the light. Tne proposal for the establish-
With curope rapidly dividing into ment ot a Jewish Dominion is 1
direct result of this new tendency.
No such proposal could have been
made a few years ago. Whether
the plan of a Jewish Dominion is
itself advisable or not, the fact
tions still prevail ln
movement.
the Zioni,,
still enjoy liberty and equal rights, j of 8 proposal shows a great and
beneficial change in the Zionist
movement. It shows that Zionists
have not only awakened to a truer
with an appropriate gift as a
matnbrance of the party.
re-
At the regular meeting of Junior
Hadassah at 8:30 o'clock Wednes-
day night, in the Seminole Hotel.
the cultural committee presented
Hairy Gendzier. well known speak-
er In a short talk entitled. "Want-
edA Prophet in Israel." The!
president. Clark Kramer, presided.'
In celebration of the completion
Of its first year of organization
the Business and Professional Wo-
men'i Division of Senior Hadas-
sah held a first birthday party last
Tuesday evening in the home of
Mrs. Nat Cohen. Miss Miriam
Carter presented the program-
Included in the program was a
monologue given by Mrs. Sam
Bucholz and discussion by Mrs. D.
H. Lasarow, president of Jackson-
ville Senior Hadassah. Refresh-
ments and games were enjoyed.
ties for those practically and scien-
tifically trained.
The school is located in Bucks
County, about 30 miles from Phil-
adelphia, in one of the richest ag-
ricultural sections of the State of
Pennsylvania- First-class dorml-
: tory accommodations, board, books
i etc., are furnished in addition to
the training course. Further infor-
mation and application blanks may
be had by addressing the office of
the school. 1T01 Walnut Street,
Philadelphia.
since the middle of 1937 there has
been noticeable an important
change in the relationship of the
Zionist movement to England, and
a genuine effort is being made to
correct some of the earlier errors.
The hysterics about the 'Manda-
tory Power' have largely ceased;
the semiannual outcries about the
schedule have not been heard, and
that utterly stupid and almost
icmurs -.wesr umr<-H
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 8. W. 13th Court; Phone 3 S12
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily: Shacbris at 8 a. m.;
Mincha at 5:30 p. in.; Maarlv,
15 minutes after sunset.
Sabbatb services: Friday
evening at 5:30 p. m.; Satur-
day morning at 9:30 a. m.; Sat-
urday afternoon at 515 p. m.
GUEST RABBI TO SPEAK
Rabbi Meyer Freed of the Yesh-
iva Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theolo
gical Seminary and Yeshlva College
will address the Sabbath Morning
Services this Saturday, February
RABBI MAYER FREED
19, before Muesaph. Rabbi Freed
enjoys a reputation as a forceful
and persuasive speaker and his
message is eagerly anticipated.
Friday night at 8:15 p. m., Rabbi
Abraham A. Kellner will lecture
>.n "The Once Known Sanctuary."
MA2EL TOV
Heartiest congratulations and
sincere .Mazel Tov wishes are ex-
tended to Rabbi and Mrs. Max
Shapiro on the birth of their son.
May God grant thef much nachos
and simcho with their cildreii.
Ltoro Ulchopo Ulmasin Tovim.
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PURIM BALL TO BE HELD
The much awaited Purim Ball
I of the Ladies Auxiliary is schedu-
led for March 1st and will be held
In the beautiful ballroom of the
Miami Women's Club. No effort
is spared to make the event an
outstanding affair and the commit-
tee assures everyone of a most de-
lightful evening. An excellent and
popular orchestra will provide I he
music and In addition several out
standing entertainers of the area
will appear In person. Reverting
back to an old and much loved cus-
tom, the committee in charge is
arranging for special refreshment
booths where most delicious and
dainty refreshments will be on sale
Considering the noble cause and
the receptlonal fine evening guar-
anteed, It is hoped that our frends
will turn out In extra large num-
bers. For reservations phone the
chalrlady, Mrs. Bucksteln at 2-7059.
SPECIAL MEETING
An extra special meeting of the
Ladies Auxiliary will be held Tues-
day night in the synagogue and all
members are urged to be sure to be
present. Matters of the ball will
be finally decided and all are re-
quested to be present.
CONGREGATIONAL BOARD
MEETS
The Board of Directors of the
Congregation will meet Jointly
with the ladies Auxiliary this Tues-
day night, February 22. The meet
ing will start promptly at 8:00 p. m.
HABANOTH SPONSORS PLAY
A most wonderful program of en-
tertainment will be given by the
Habanoth Club for Sunday night,
February 20 at the Y. M. H. A.
clubrooms, 1567 S. W. Fifth street
This is a benefit performance and
the tickets are only twenty-five
cents As the entire proceeds are
donated to charity we respectfully
urge a large attendance.
NURSERY STAKES
RACES BEGUN
With the nursery stakes starting
iMt night. West Flagler Kennel!
Club patrons will see the most sen-1
sational young pups in the coun
try In action-
With gigantic crowds attending
nightly, all records at Miami's only
downtown greyhound track will be
broken this year. The greatest
crowd of the season attended Tues-
day night when Sonja Henie, Nor-
wegian Ice skater and movie queen
presented a trophy to the owner
of Melody Master, who won the
classic.
The fact that West Flagler has
the fastest and the greatest grey-
hounds in the country this year is
shown in the result charts. Dogs
at West Flagler the charts show
are racing over the 5-16 mile course
two seconds faster than those at
other tracks. One of the outstand-
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er than the dogs do over the flat
at the other tracks.
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so far this season. Goodie Goodie
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sensational hurdler to ever appear
on any track- The hurdle race is
an exclusive feature at West Flag-
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six out of seven starts.
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PAGE TEN
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IS i93$
This Thing Called
Good Will
pie. There are Catholics and Jews
and Protestants who, because they
are detached from their religious
' I rootage, create a dangerous vac-
(Continued from Page 5) ] ^ .^ wWch lWg maIeria,jstie.
states and parties and churches. ^^ s(HU,ai. reiigloll might flow
by which the universe is run. out and Ijlul place jn American life.
of whose holy will came the l>wa|Hold your own people to their
of chemistry, of physics and eco- faith:"
nomics, and socially, the laws of Again, each group should, in its
our common life, the laws of the own way, lay special emphasis on
of the soul, the laws of psy- s,ui justice. As Msgr. John A.
chology and of human relations ijyan DU sanely said. e must
While Catholics. Protestants and 1(,ia. COmmanlsm at its own game!
Jews may not agree in tht detail! Unless the religious forces in
Of their religion, they certainly A :,, g| r ., higher standard of
are agreed in a profound conviction welfare for the common man. un-
that the principles and rules by less we are going to have the cour-
wbich the universe is run are not ape 10 fipht against injustice, un-
elf-Originated, or that they are less we are more concerned to see
merely human in their origin. We ,0 |, ,. nagea are fair, that the
believe that they are divine. We portion and condition of working
believe that there is a power not men js secure and humaneunless
ourselves that makes for righteous- i we are actively and deeply con-
fess. It is in our belief in Cod.: cerne(i about these things, we have
and in our common recognition of n0 .:gnt (0 ciaim the loyalty and
God as our heavenly father, that goodwill of the American public.
Catholics and Protestants and Jews ^-e believe that a social order bas-
are one. Against that faith stands e(j on religious Ideals and princi-
the opportunist, shortsighted view ples c0],i be more efficient and
of-this secular religion which be- because of being more efficient,
lieves that government i I more h'umane than any social or-
tor the nation, that anything ,],,,. based upon the tyranny and
is right which you can accomplish regimentation and ruthlesi
by violence without stopping I : ;1 communistic order, or upon
the deeper question. What is the fascism. What would I. if I were
will of God? :,- Industrialist, do? I think!
In i place whether we tm the first thine I would do is|
Protestants, Catholics or Jews ((1 seek I0 se,Ure not only efficient
we believe that here in America processes, up-to-date machinery,
6 should be a separation of but moral efficiency on the part
Church ami State. We believe that 0I- my working men- It seems to
t is a possible and reasonable llle in running a school as I do.
thing for men so to organize life that the first thing I have to do is
hat in the main the church ma> (0 nave a faculty and student body
render the service which it is quai- t;,at are on tnejr toes, and believe
'o perform, so that the State in ,he school and want to work'
also may have its area in which an(j study. Morale is the very,'
it is to render its services, and hearr of anv s,.h0ol. I think mor-
that these two can be adjusted in ale in factory is just as import-1
B way that neither will im- ant am] that those business or-
pose ui>on the other. That prin- ganizations and factories which
ciple of the separation of Chruch arp ,he most efficient are B0 be-1
and State and of freedom for each cause they nave built up morale !
to operate in its own area, and the y^y know how to enlist the en-;
maintenance of both in equal dig- jhusiasin and confidence and good-
i Ity, and equal liberty.that prin- wj!] (U- their woruDg pei
ciple is the common conception an Thp t.isk of ,,,,, religious forces
the basl a erican position of all :. 8( ,na) foi. ,he commu.|
religious people a( large, to build up its mor-
In the third place, all religious ,;, Protestants and
le in this country believe that Jewg ,.an .,,,, communi.
tion which :.s completely and ,y ,,y ,, Si. .
- |y secular is Incomplete. ,.
We differ with regard to the way worWnf men haTe opportunities
religion is to be brought for ,he ex] ,,f )lK.h.
the educational pi t living wagei arc paid:
IX differences are deep; but deep- ,hat workjg Dj ai. e.
er than these is our common belief eent; .hat 8lunw arP abolished;
education is li wltl that n0U8ing conditions are what
. religion, that somehow- a sense ,,.v ougj,t to '
of the reality of God. the greal cul- ,:,?, mpha8,M
-urai tiadltion of the Bible and civil rights and liberty. If the besl
n, the basic principles of, way t0 flgh, commuilism |8
Christian and Jewish ethics are ,.,. ...
a part of education, and that ai |r|Dg condtt,on|
;ate. We must organize soc communism can provide, it
i, danger sly one-sided and :e ,ha, ,he on]v wa jo
mate, We must organize socle- Jg (o uph<)]d ouy ...^
n su.h a way that there U lb T,p ch,mh ;,;.
lorn for religious edu- .,,,,. ., ,,..,, 8) nd for fre8dom of
on That again is utterly dls- Bpeech and of {hf prpsQ ami
rded and generally denied by acadeffil( freedom. ,
his rival religion that we face ._______________________________
across the seas.
In order to promote these things
a recognition of God. the separa-
tion of Church and State, and the
emphasis upon religion as a part
of any complete educational sell-
we Catholics. Protestants aril
Jews find that we have a great
common mandate and common pur-
pose, something which may well
hind us together into real and ei-'
fective cooperation. In no way j"*"""- "~ ~ ~ *- f
can we do this unless each group j I
in its own area of responsibility \ j GREETINGS |
Schools. What happens to the pub-j
,l,c schools when the Fascist move-J
iment comes in? Now, I do not
; believe that it is possible to Intro,
duce Christianity or Judaism into;
! ,he public schools, and I am not
advocating that. I think we have
w face the Problem with full con-
sideration of the historic condl-
tions which exist now in America.
' \ verv interesting experiment,
i "however, is one whereby the chil-
dren are released from public
school by request of their parents
for certain periods in order that
they maf go to nearby churches or
, svnagogues and receive religious.
I instruction which is carefully or-
ganised, and done by well-qualified ;
teachers. In that way you have
a week-day religious instruction
which is not given in public schools j
by public school teachers for re-
ligious instruction cannot be given
In the schools. But at the same
time it is recognized that educa-|
tion without religious instruction
is incomplete. Therefore, should
we not in some such way as this
try to make possible religious ed-
ucation for the children who are
in public schools? To my mind.
Catholics. Protestants and Jew8
must cooperate to achieve this.
My last suggestion is that these
ought to be. in every community
of any size at all. a round table or
'clearing house'' of Jews and Pro-
testants and Catholics who will
face the local questions that arise
and try to allay the irritation and
tension which from time to time
grow up. and in an educational
way, help to make it possible for
the leaders of the different groups
ROUMANIA WILL
MODIFY PROGRAM
(Contlnueo from Page 1)
"careful examination of Rouman-
ian citizenship acquired after the
World War" which means a con-
tinuation of Gogas decree for re-
vising the citizenship of JW|;
expulsion of such undesirable .|e.
ments as foreigners who endanger
morals of the Roumanian p,-
rejuvenation of national pride with
equal rights and justice for all
citizens, such equality to Include
all citizens belonging to minorities
which settled in Roumania.
R. R. ADLER
Chairman of the Fourth "Annual
Night of Stars" for the benefit of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau to
be given at the Olympia Theatre.
Monday night. February 21ft,
beginning at 9:00 o'clock.
If these things are maintained, can
freedom of worship also be secure.
Wi need a free pulpit and for that
we must have a free soapbox! If
you suppress the man on the soap-
box you are paving the way to the
day when somebody Will come and
suppress the pseacher In the P il-
pit. It is very dangerous thai BO II
church people, misled by intoler-
ance toward what they consider
radical dogmas, should try to sup-
press them and should think that
they ought to silence a man be-
cause the ideas he advocates are to get together and discuss these
not In agreement with those they questions before they become emo-
thefselves believe. That is very tionally explosive. Each commun-
"short-sighted view. In a demo- ity conference might well be In
cracy, there should be no favorlt- comfunication with the National
ism. Only If we maintain all ourl Conferense of Jews and Christians,
civil liberties shall we also main-' These are great and stirring days
lain our religious liberty. The first In which we are living, creative
thing that Fascism does is to make days. It is in times of trouble
a rubber stamp out of the press like this that a new idea has a
and the teachers in the classrooms. ( chance to be heard, and being
We have In America a regard for open-minded, just, progressive peo-
clvll liberties as something to
which Catholics, Protestants and
Jewg have equal and undisputed
and which they must coop-
erate to maintain,
I suggest that we cooperate in
a cooperative policy and program
in order to maintain religious edu-
i ai on -is a part of education. There
is great danger that, if we allow
ius education to drop out of
our ; ubllc life, our public schools
may be captured by a fascist
movement which would make them
agencies of the propaganda of a
fascist religion. You talk about
keeping religion out of the public
MIAMI POLICE AND
FIREMEN'S CIRCUS TO
BE HELD MARCH 7-13
The Miami Police and Firer. n'?
Pension Fund Trustees have -anc-
tioned the huge, three ring circus
coming to Miami for one week,
March 7-12, inclusive, with the
greatest array of circus star
to gather under the big top
Many new and sensational fea-
tures never seen before in this
country have been engaged fc :- 'he
circus. The circus grounds will
be located at S. W. Second Avenue
and 2nd Street. There will 1 two
performances daily starting a- 1:15
p. m. nights and all matinees it .rt-
ing at 2:15 p.m.
You can secure tickets by writ-
ing direct to Homer A. Hill. Cen-
tral Fire Station, Miami, V ...
It Is advisable to secure t: kets
well in advance in order to h- nut
of avoiding crowds at the last
minute.
GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
RAY MILLER
TAX ASSESSOR
MIAMI BEACH
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of living together peacefully and
cooperatively as Catholics. Protes-
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GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
Shenandoah
Candies
514 s. W. 22nd Ave.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood D;i
ALBINAAPTS. j
1333 X. E. Bayghore <
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
Greene's Employ-
ment Agency
425 Alton 1.'
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
SINCERE GREETINGS
ON
Brotherhood Day
J. W. Watson, Jr.
I ity Attorney
Miami. Florida
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Regardless of Creed
i Talley's Food Stores!
I We are pleased to si rve ll
Jewish friends al our stores !
} 1924 N- W. 17th Ave. Ph.2-8938
} 946 N. W. 7th Ave
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Ph. 2-8912|
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& Fender Works
931 N. Miami Avenue
Collision Specialist
has the utmost of approval, co-l jT>-.i;_ui_ 4 a -r i I
operation and goodwill from the, Kejiable Auto Body |
others. Each should teach the j
people in its own respective seg-| |
ment of the community that the,|
rirst thing they can do is to Rive j
their blessing to the other and to! |
say to them. "Go to it! Be effi- : Due RefinishersWelding
cient and do not allow your sec- J TOp Trm.pm ,..
tion of the community to rrow! I JWC liWAKT, Mgr.
GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
WALTON
Flooring Co.
229 X. E. 39th Street
MIAMI
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GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
TILLMAN'S
Service Station
1101 8. W. 8th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Day
THE HOUSE
OF STOVER
347 X. W. First Avei
MIAMI. FLORIDA
up into a block of unchurched peo-j I
Phone 3-1005
GREETINGS OX
Brotherhood Day
U. S. Welding and
Iron Works
428 X. W. Rrst Court
MIAMI
GREETINGS OX
Brotherhood Day
McDowell
motor sales
-""' X. E. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
As Fellow Americans
We Greet You on
Brotherhood Day

SPUR BAR
801 X. E. First Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1938
THE JEWISH FL0R1DIAN
PAGE ELEVEN
Advertising Project
Is Sponsored
Fifty of the nations principal
hotels are helping to advertise the
advantages of South Florida this
year through distribution of some
50,000 colored postcards bearing
an illustration of an aerial view
of Miami Beach, and also by dis-
playing in their lobbies a large
framed photograph of the same
scene.
The hotels include one or more
in most of the larger cities through
out the eastern states and include
the Fark Central of New York, La
Salle of Chicago, Willard of Wash-
ington. Bellevue-Stratford of Phil-
adelphia and Netherland-Plaza of
Cincinnati.
Distribution of the photographs
and r>ostcard8, and obtaining the
co-operation of the hotels was ac-
complished by Jack Rice, publicity
director of the Miami Beach Ken-
nel Club, which sponsored the pro-
ject. Rice traveled more than
6.000 miles in his tour of the East,
interviewed scores of hotel mana-
gers and transportation officials
during the summer in preparation
for the campaign.
The larger passenger stations of
the Eastern Air Lines, Seaboard
Air Line Railway. Atlantic Coast
Line Railway, Pennsylvania Rail-
way. Illinois Central and Southern
Railways now are displaying prom-
inently the air view of Miami
Beach, showing Its shores crowded
-with bathers. In the foreground
SNOW TIME
SUN TIME ...
WHEELER URGES
HELP FOR JEWS
Contrasting scenes in the North and in Miami
Courtesy Miami Beach Kennel Club
of the picture appears the Miami
Beach Kennel Club, the racing
plant built by Tex Rickard, and
one of the landmarks of Miami
Beach-
In appreciation for their co-op-
eration in displaying the photo-
graphs of Miami Beach the hotels
and transportation companies will
be given advertising space in the
dally program of the Miami Beach
Kennel Club, during Its 90-day
winter greyhound meet.
Society
SENSATIONAL MARINO
High wire walker, one of the many outatanding acts with the
police and firemen's pension fund 3-rlng circus here March
7-12, inclusive. _________________
GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
DR. J. H. KEENE
OPTICAL CO.
See Keene for Keen Sight
Seybold Bldg.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
.
GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
WALT HAYES
Service Station
944 Biseayne Boulevard
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
R. C. FLEEMAN
Agent
MUTUAL BENEFIT
HEALTH AND ACCIDENT
ASSOCIATION, OMAHA
511 Security Bldg
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
$
JOHN A. MOORE
and
BISCAYNE
Engineering Co.
218 N. E. Second Avenue
Visits Relatives
Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Homa have
as their guest her neice, Miss De-
borah Cohen, of Superior, Wis.
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Entertains at Farewell
Luncheon
Mrs. If. B Frank and Mrs. Mor-
ris Dubler will entertain at a lun-
cheon at the Savoy Plaza Hotel
next Tuesday, February 22, at
noon in farewell to their sister.
Mrs. Kate Rapp, of Brooklyn, N.
Y., who has been spending some-
time here as their guest- Sixty
guests have been invited to attend.
Mrs. Rapp will leave for her rome
the following day.

Arrives Here for Visit
Mr. Dave Kahn, of Elizabeth, N.
J., a former resident of Miami for
many 'years, is spending several
weeks here. He is accompanied
by a brother-in-law, Mr- M. Gentzer.
Mrs. Moses Epstein, National
President of Hadassah, the Wo-
men's Zionist Organization of
America, and one of the most
prominent figures In the movement
in America will arrive here next
Thursday, February 24, in the in-
terest of the Youth Allyah move-
ment which Hadassah has been
sponsoring the past several years
Mrs. Epstein will be the guest of
the Board of Directors of the local
chapter at luncheon In the Alamac
Hotel that afternoon. Reservations
for this event may be made with
Mrs. Max Dobrin. She will there-
after address several meetings
WE EXTEND
HEARTIEST GREETINGS
MOORE
FURNITURE CO.
Inc.
N. E. 2nd Ave. at 40th St.
Sincere Greetings on
Brotherhood Day
LEON'S, INC.
"Dick" Corrigan, Mgr.
Purveyors of
FINE FOOD
425 W. 41st Street
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
which will be announced later. She
will close her stay in Miami with
an address at the annual Donor's
luncheon on Mondap. February 28,
at the Town Casino Club at 1:00
o'clock. Reservatlos for this don-
or's luncheon may be made with
Mrs. Gertrude Berlin-
Mrs. Epstein a gifted speaker, is
a native of Worcester, Mass.,
taught English in the Julia Rich-
man High School and for more
than twenty years has served in
the Zionist movement. From 192R
until 1934 she served as national
secretary of Hadassah and last
sumfer headed the Hadassah dele-
gation to Zurich, Switzerland.
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declared, further, that the "Chris-
tian world has no alternative bht
to speak out in a clear voice
against every fundamental tenet of
other reason than a selfish one"
and that In his opinion, "on the
basis ot International justice, the
United States must be deeply con-
cerned In the plight of world Jew-
ry. In view of the critical need
of many Jews in Central and East-
ern Europe, in view of the tremen-
dous pressure which they have to
bear from anti-Semitic forces and
in view of the fact that Palestine
is the only country in the world
that has admitted large numbers
of Jews and can continue to admit
tens of thousands of others who
seek a refuge there, the United
States should exert its influence in
favor of allowing a maximum Jew-
ish immigration into Palestine.
Greetings on Brotherhood Day
MIAMI POULTRY EGG CO.
1145 S. W. 8th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS ON "^
Brotherhood Day
MARTIN'S
GROCERY AND
MARKET
2542 S. W. Eighth Street
GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
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THE LITTLE INN
101 S. E. First Avenue
STEAKS CHOPS
CHICKEN DINNERS
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Ase Fellow Americans
We Greet You on
Brotherhood Day
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MIAMI
WRECKING CO.
132 N. W. 20th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS
Twin Oak Grille
Sea FoodChops8teaks
30c40c50c Dinners
Parking Space
628 S. W. 2nd Ave. Miami
GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
Wander's Kosher
Market
1413 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
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GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
NU-ENAMEL
MIAMI CO.
33 N. W. First Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Sincerest Greetings on
Brotherhood Day
Florida Barber
Supply Co.
129 S. Miami Avenue
MIAMI, FLOORTDA
Heartilv Endorsing the
BROTHERHOOD
MOVEMENT
Watch for the Fuller Brush
Dealer
The Quality Line for
Homes, Hotels, Apartments
We appreciate the past pat-
ronage of our Jewish
Friends
THE FULLER BRUSH CO.
210-211 Postal Bldg. Ph. 3-3014
Sincere Greetings on
Brotherhood Dav
OSCEOLA
MARKET
2293 S. W. 17th Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA


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1'AGE TWELVE
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAM,
FRIDAY, FBBRUABY 18, 1938
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi MAURICE ^^MCHES.^C.nt.r
326 Jefferson Avenue 7W .Sjono 5-2013
'Phone 6-132S
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES I tors was held at the Rabbis home
Daily at 7:00 and 8:00. Mincha Wednesday afternoon. "
froul 0:00 to 5.45. Maariv til. 7:00 P,ogreSs in furn sh.ng; thet Rabbis
p. m- daily.
SABBATH
office, and our new Hebrew School
classrooms were given. The Sister-
Friday evening at 5:30 and 8:00. hood pledged Itself to Je^cle-
Saturday morning at 7:00 and 9:00 hearted support o Htatt An
Junior Congregation at 9:00 a. .., nu.1 Purim Ball- Ladies.PJ^
Saturday. Young Men's Service at, Sisterhood make ,h .ear* ent
moo a m Sunday. Refreshments a-sellout." Help sell tickets-Same
i-rved aft^r these Junior services, price as ever, but more for your
dollar than ever!
JUDGE JACOB BRAUOY TO WEDNESDAY NIGHT LECTURE
SPEAK ..Tne Reason Behind Jewish
I Like Bad Boys," will be the Laws and Cere10nies" will be dis-
proocative subject of the Friday CU88eii by Rabbi Mescheloff at 8::!0
evening address by our guest Judg." p m ,n the new synagogue Wed-
Judge Jacob M. Braude, of Munlcl- nesdav night. Men and women are
,,al Court, Chicago. 111. Judge cordlaliy invited to attend.
Braude, graduate of the University CAO_.TU ,N,0R
of Michigan and the University of ^ I G ^
Chicago, was active during the1 CONGREGATION
World War. serving as a Lieuten-I Last Saturday mornings Junior
ant of field artillery, and in times Congregation brought out a record
of peace as associate director of attendance of boys A
finance for the State of Illinois.' perfect service was held.Mda
He is active in Jewish life, having good time had by all present. Pa -
boen president of the Zionist Dis- ents: please send your chld.en
trie, of Chicago, and serving now of school age Saturday at 9.00 to
as chairman of the Keren Kaye- this Junior Congregation, loull
moth in Chicago. He is working never regret it.
now on a book discussing the sub-j YOUNG MEN'S SERVICE
ject of Juvenile Delinquency in j Qur attendance gr0ws from week
our country. For the past two nnd tQ week But we-re certain that
a half years he has served in the [here s(.j, are a fpw ,)0ya i,etween
Boys' Court of Chicago, and lot (hp aKgg of J3 ]g on Mianll Bea(.h
the tart few years was president who ,)ave no, y(.t joinpd. r)r0p
of the Young Men's Jewish Chari- jn on 0|jr Slinday m0rning Minyan
, of Chicago, which in addition '_9:00 a m Then enjoy breakfast
to sponsoring three boys' clubs ;vj(h us Sge lf y0 won-t spend
supports a boys' camp ior Hie on- an t,n]ovaDle m0rning with us. And
i Thrltoged. there's no charge:
The service will he conducted liy
Rabbi Mescheloff and Cantor Mam HEBREW SCHOOL
Ches. The public is invited. New desks are being purchased
Saturday morning Rabbi Mesch-1 to take tare of the large enrollment
eloft will speak on "Irteaio of Dem | in our daily Hebrew School. I^st
ocracy." Immediately following Sunday two classes won the Ban-
tbo services, a kitldusli will be giv- ner of perfect attendance: Miss
en by Rabbi and Mrs. David Klein Honig's class and the Post Gradu-
jpi celebration of their marriage. | ate group- Attorney Al J. Mech-
PURIM BALL lowlti spoke during the assembly
March sixth. Sunday evening at on "Lincoln and the Jews." A very
the Floridian Hotel, our Synagogue I instructive and worthwhile talk,
with the assistance of our Sister- Visit our next assembly11:30 a.
hood will conduct its annual Purim m., Sundays.
Ball. Our program Journal will be CONGRATULATIONS
fai more beautiful than ever. An We congratulate Mr. and Mrs.
exceptional program of entertain- James M- Albeit on the birth and
ment is being arranged. Surprises clrcumslon of Lawrence Julian.
aplenty! Reserve the date. Tickets Mother and childand fatherdo-
already on sale from any Sister- ing wall. May they raise him to
hood officer or Synagogue officer. "Torah f'hupah and Maasim
SISTERHOOD Tovlm."
A meeting of the Board of Din i (Continued on Page 12)
certified Business Directory
VUnM' *^ VOUR CONSIDERATION AND PAT- ))
-'^BrJKWSBaWSS...... i
JlCCORDION INSTRUCTION
ACCORDIONS furn. to be"'""''!,:~
not necessary to buy acrordlonto
8lar<. I guarantor *SS?*ZJSJm
in my band In 10 **!". A" ord ona
for Mia MfcOO and up. Blrdell Muton
ler. 102 S. W. 7th St._______________
ATTRACTIONS
THE AQUARIUM
DEEP SKA SPECIMENS
From the Hull Stream, the- Bverglad
and s'u' Florida. Many WgSba
NOVELTIES AMI l.II-Ts.
ynR y..fR PRIEM>~
vhoard th- Famous KIoi kade Runner
Ab0 At His.-.ivne Ho-ilcvard and -dh "'
BASCOM'S TROPICAL BIRDHAVEN
KFVTIRINC. the largest collection of
bird,, ornamental iterti jri,
peacocks, crown cranes.storks, para-
dise ducks. Australian black. Europ-
ean while swans, monkeys. Rower .mil
aviary bird-, canaries, parrots and
mascaws. Canary millet, sunflower, -
lbs. 25c; cages, bird supplies, aquar-
iums, tropical and goldfish, aquatic
plants. Visitors welcome, no charge.
13.-.S W. Flagler St. 1'ho. 2-^22.
BATHS
HKALTH ANP Pl.KASlllK
CASTLE
TURKISH BATHS
126 23rd St.. Miami Beach
Opposite Ronev Plasa Hotel
A Gooil Night's SleepA Cood Day-s
Rest
IXDIVIDI'AL ROOM
Wiih Complete Turkish bath
INCLUDING
fcCPKR-X STEAM ROOM
BLUE RAT HOT ROOM
BODY SHAMPOO
DRY KI'R
BITN DECK SI iLARM'M
HOT-rol.n NEEDLE PRESSURE
SHOWERS, SHEETS. TOWELS ETC.
$2.00
Also weekh- and Monthly Rates
SWEDISH MASSAGE $2.50
Never Closed H Hour Service
PHONE 5.7022
The onlv Complete
Turkish Itath in Florida_______
LANDSCAPING-JS0ILS_
PULVERIZED soil, muck marl or
frt't -.11 N'n charge for estimate.
PLASTERING
:',-v,l-_________.___________---------------------
LAUNDRY
LAUNDRY HROl'OHT TO US byU
\ \l will be readv same da>. v. >
,, for.am! 'deliver. Her. I. aJamp
,,, Mrvlce that Mj^itRuiv
DAILY DAMP WASH LAUNDRY
-,41 N W. 7th Ave. Phone 3-.M6
LOCKSMITHS
OUN8 rohored by lathe, stocks re-
modeled, suns cleaned, keys mads,
WS flM- ig} Ot'N, AN"^ VtSHOP-
P,MATTRESS RENOVATING
PLASTERING, stucco and general r.
pair*. Patching a specialty; et,.
mates. Phone 4-3853.
PLUMBING
A. L. MERRIFIELD
Plumbing and Gas Pitting
Repairs and Septic Tank Worn
All Work Guaranteed
H YEARS' experience; large and
small Installations. Ill N. i:
St. l'hone 3-3932. ________
MACthe I'lumber5-1601138 Col.
Una Ave.. Miami Reach,
G. C. McCAUGHAN
BELL AND BELL Plumbing Co. Gen.
eral Plumbing Contracting. (Juaran-
teed work. Repairs. No Job too Lares,
none to small. Prompt Service. Our
work stands the test. 330 N. E. 1 i>sth
St.. Ph. 7-1104- P- O. Box 788 LUUa
River. ,
RELIABLE MATT HESS CO
We Sterilize, Renovate and Upholstei
Reliable work is cheaper
Ph. 2-5S93. 1-day service.
nd better.
S15 S. W.
MISCELLANEOUS MDS1
C. J. DULBS. Plumbing and H
Contracting. Uas Piping. U,-n
sprinkling systems. KepairniK and
maintenance our specialty. Tel. i-ma.
' South Collins Ave., lliscayne Plan
lllilg.. Miami lleach.
RADIO
STANLEY'S BargainsPaints and
Screen wire, bronse or copper, Sc
and I 1-lC ft.: galv. 3 l-2c and 4c ft .
ilunrantped house palm. SSc e->< All
kinds bargains; household goods, gen-
eral hardware We sell 'em cheaper
52S N" W. Blind St.
MONUMENTS
RADIOS REPAIRED50c. Plus Parts
WHILE YOU WAIT. Why pay more?
iiuaranteed 1 year. Call anywhere,
estimates free; no play, no pay. Whole-
sale Radio Co.. 14 S. W. 2nd A.-.
Phone 2-L'360. Established 1924.
ROOFING
MARBLE, Oranlte, Rronze, Memorials
Office and Showroom 3261 S. W. Sth
' MIAMI "MONUMENT CO.
MARBLE. Oranlte and Ttronze mark-
era, Mausolems. cemetery work of
all description. lsBl N. W. ith Ave.
KULL. Ph. 2-1896.
HATHAWAY ROOFING CO.
2234 N. W. 17th Ave. Phone l-MN
l.,iri!i. ii' li .! J..!.-. Work glla. .i: V-:
SCHOOLS
OFFICE SERVICE
BUSINESS COLLEGES
COMPLETE Stenographic secretarial
and account inn courses Member
National Association Accredited Com-
merclal Schools.
MIAMI BUSINESS COLLEGE
Phone ^.::<'i! Ill S Miami Ave.
FLORIDA'S GREATEST BUSINESS
I'NIVERSITT Nationally a'-,-redlted.
Bpeclal rates. Plnesl equipped school
In South. Southern Business University
entire 13th floor, Security Bide. Ph.
2-3S2'
NEW OFFICK service for mimeo-
graphing, stencils, pulillc steno-
graphy, bookkeeping, addressing, no-
tary public: special rates for social
security reimrts and systemi and for
Income tax papers.211 Ixirraine Ar-
cade. Phone 3-6180. ______________
OPTICIAN
CHIROPODISTS
Idl MART L'NDINE i'.RIFFIN'. 2'.8
Halcyon Arcade. Ph. 3-4364. Sundays
and evening* by appointment. In-
growing nails, callouses painlessly re.
moved.
FILLING STATIONS
BAKER'S SERVICE STATION
GASOILRepairs on any make ear.
Prices reasonable to fit vour purse.
Work Ouarant.....I : < \v. -2nd
Avenue.Phone 4-".i i;
DR. LEONARD W. HASKIN
Specialising hi BSy<9 Kxaminntwms
Fitting and Repairing of
GLASSES
Ml N. E. First .St. Phone 2-'.'.26
COMPLFTBLT Al It ci >NI)ITU>XKI>
CONVENIENT TERMS
ORNAMENTAL TRON
THE CATE SCHOOL. 307 Coillni
Ave. Ph. 5-1779; Individual Instruc-
tion; open air classes; home booaa
used; Certified teachers; afternoon ac-
Uvities; Bus service.___________________
ALLEGRO FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
THE ONLY OCEANFRONT SCHOOL
OUTDOOR classes, accredited teaek-
ers. sports and cultural program;
handicrafts: meala. tranaportatise.
registered nurse; J>o:irding or (lit
students. I'h. B-t0t7.
W11 COLLINS AVE MIAMI BEACH
SEPTIC TANKS
i'l'.i:cast TESTED septic tanks
installations. Repairs, Drain Lines
Clean Outs, O'NEAL septic i \.nk
i"t).Specialists, Tel. 3-37014145 N.
W. L'nd Ave. Niuht and Sunday call!
MOSS.
SEWING MACHINES
DECORATrVE HOPSE NUMBERS
P U L T; E N
METAL CRAFTSMEN ORNAMENT.
AL IRON SCREEN DOORS
".:>:. n. l-:. Tilth st. Phone 7-issr.
FLOOR FINISHING
BANDING and P. finishing Floors
Waxing and Sanding
Better FloorsBetter Service
Defern l Paj menu if de
Tel 7-31 W F Pivn. ,Tr.
PAYNE BROS. 4'3 N. E. 89th ST.
ORTHO-ANATOMIST
ALL MAKES, repaired by fait
pert. 11.50 up: parts for I
climes. I'sed machines sold ;n
nl. Boiarth'i mijh lliscayne Bird.
I'h.on- 7-1415,
SOLARIUM
IT IS TRUE
FLORISTS
EXOTIC GARDEMS. INC.
F'-lut... al"l B'ldra l*n S- 8-4S47 Be n h Phm 161 SOT
T.lnco'n P"ad I if -.".-', N W. 17th
Avenue. Phot... {.JIM Fitieal Aort-
n '' i-^'i i' it piowei > In Ml.....I
PLOTPM FOR M.I, r.rf ^sp ,\si
WIRED ANYWHERE
FRUITS
TREE-RTPRXBD
INDIAN RIVER FRUIT
Dlri fron ''.roves of
JAMES R. COOPER
At Reasonable Prices
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GENERAL EQUIPMENT
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FIXTURES. OFFICE EQUIPMENT
t. sed Kquipment :,t sacrifice prices
GENERAL TRADING COMPANY
9J N. Ml iml Avenue
THAT ONE MANS POOP IS
ANOTHER MAN'S POISON
EVERY PERSON IS A LAW UNTO
HIMSELF AND SHOULD HAVE
THEIR OWN INDIVIDUAL
CHART OF FOODS
Which Indicate their food compatibility
the foods thai keep the vitality al
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STOVE REPAIRING
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1838
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THIRTEEN"
BULLETIN
mm^^M "v! TEMPLE ISRAEL
'"'''' ii of MIAMI
137 N. E. 1th Street
Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St.2-958 MIAMI

RABBI 6999 JACOB H Albacore MIAMI KAPLAN, Ph.D. Drive-126S EACH
One i Temp! >r both e every of the Rabbis will be at the morning throughout the year

Friday night Make no en
gagements, pay no visits, give no
partiesGo to Temple.
Either or both of our Rabbis will
be in the Temple every morning.
You may consult trem on matters
Uoncerning the Jewish community,
lor on your personal problems. You
luil! be assured sympathetic hear-
ing and advice, and needless to say
bach matter will be held in strict
umfidence.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the Congregation."Hillell
At the regular Friday evening
services at our Temple on Febru-
ary 18, 1938, at 8:15 p- m., Rabbi
Iftustav N. Haussman. noted lectur-
er who is visiting in Miami, will
be the guest speaker. His subject
trill be "The Hebrew University
f Jerusalem." The services will
|>e conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
an and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
reception, tendered by the Sis-
Brhood for guests and visitors of
congregation, will be held after
le services.
Mrs- Jack Bernstein, chairman
these Friday evening receptions
luunces that the hostesses Tor
Friday were: Mrs. Glick, Mrs.
rn Mrs. Travers, Mrs. Simpson,
Herzfield and Mrs. 1. Kauf-
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
"Even the rebuilding of the Tem-
in Jerusalem it not as import-
as the instruction of children"
'he Sunday School assembly of
Bt S.inday featured an address by
^r principal, Mrs. Max Dobrin,
ho spoke on Abraham Lincoln.
he i-ervices were read by Carol
ronovitz and Sybil Cowen.
[Parents who are interested in
bquainting their children with the
kul ol the Jewish people, and its
ledium. have a very fine oppor-
Pity of doing so by bringing them
the week-day Hebrew classes,
tiich are conducted In our Temple
Mr. Friedman. The last term
BBistration will be closed within
GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
The
City Hall Garage
1150 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
As Fellow Americans
We Greet You
ENJOY YOUR STAY
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HERTZ
Driv-Ur-Self
Stations
52 S. E. First Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
two weeks and we urge our mem-
bers and friends In the community
to take advantage of the privilege
which we are offering.
YAHRZEITS
"The memory of the righteous
is a blessing."
The Yahrzeits of the following
will be commemorated in our ser-
vices this Friday evening:
Mrs. Adele Eisenmann, mother
of Mrs- Adolph Werthelmer, Mrs.
Etta Rose Davis, mother of Gordon
and Louis Davis, Mr. Bernard Las-
ky, father of Mrs. Nat Roth and
Mrs. Sam Sable, Mr. Joel Kuper-
burg, father of Mitchel Kuperburg,
Mrs. Eva Furman Lubon, Mr. Em-
den Herzog.
If you desire to have the names
of your departed mentioned in our
Kaddish service, you may send
the name into the office during
the preceeding week, and a perma-
nent record will be made of the
date for future years. You may
consecrate the memory of your de-
parted by a remembrance to the
Temple Memorial Fund-
RADIO PROGRAMS
We Invite you to listen In to the
Jewish Hour on Sunday afternoon
at 3:30 p. m., when Rabbi Meschel-
off, of the Beth Jacob Congregation
will speak over Station WIOD.
Also listen to the Interfalth Hour
on Station WKAT on Saturday
evening at 6:15 p. m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL CALENDAR
8ERVICE8
Religious services every Friday
evening at 8:15 p. m., and Saturday
morning at 11:00 a- m. Dr. Kaplan
and Rabbi Zwitman preach alter-
nately at all services.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Sunday School every Sunday
morning at 10:00 a. in. Assembly
at 11:30 a. m.
HEBREW CLASSES
Instruction in Bible and modem
Hebrew every Monday, Tuesday.
Wednesday and Thursday at 4:00
p. m-
YOUTH GROUP
The Junior League of Temple
Israel meets every Sunday evening
at the Temple, in Kaplan Hall, at
8:00 o'clock. A social hour and
a discussion group are part of the
agenda. Young people between
the ages of 16 and 20 are Invited
to attend.
SISTERHOOD
Regular meeting of the Temple
Sisterhood every first Monday of
the month at 2:30 p. m. Visiting
members of the N. F- T. S. are in-
vited.
TEMPLE BOARD
The Board meeting is held every
first Tuesday of the month at 8:00
p- m., In the Temple Board room.
TEACHERS MEETING
The principal and the teachers
of the Religious School meet with
our Rabbis every second Wednes-
day In the month at 8:00 p. m.
SCHOOL BOARD
The members of the School Board
of the Temple and the Sisterhood
meet every third Wednesday in the
month at 8:00 p. m.
YOUTH GROUP DANCE
This Saturday evening, February
19, 1938, at 8:30 p. in., in Kaplan
Hall, the Temple Israel Junior Lea-
gue will hold Its second social af-
fair of the year, in the form of
an entertainment and dance- The
committee in charge of the dance
consists of Betty Liebling. Harding
Frankel, Nathan Aroriovltz and
Billy Cone. Tickets for the dance
are 50c and may be purchased
from any of the members of the
Youth Group, or at the door on
Saturday evening. All Jewish young
people in our community are In-
vited.
"ZOCHOR BO L'OLOM, BROCHO
BOOH L'OLOM"
With the addition of a new mem-
ber to our Jewish community, in
the person of an Infant son of II-
lustrou8 parents, the Rabbis, offi-
cers and members of Temple Israel,
; take this public means of extend-
, ing their congratulations to Rabbi
and Mrs. Max Shapiro-
Even as the name which shall
be given him designates peace
(Shalom) so may he bring peace
and happiness not merely to his
family, but may his name and ar-
rival also be a harbinger of glad
tidings and peace in our Jewish
community. May his parents find
a blessing in his life.
Sineere Greetings on
Brotherhood Day
J. C. HICKSON & CO.
207-209 E. Flagler Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
CORAL GABLES
GARAGE
132 Oiralda Avenue
CORAL GABLES
PHONE 4-2424
GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
ROOSEVELT
FISH MARKET
"ALL KINDS OF SEA
FOOD FRESH DALLY"
119 N. E. 14th Street
PHONE 3-2924
GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
W. B. CAMPBELL
General Contractor
1650 LeJune Rd. Ph. 4-4332
GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Dav
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BILL FOSSETT'S
PRESCRIPTION
PHARMACY
168 S. E. First Street
PHONE 2-7691
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GREETINGS ON (
Brotherhood Day
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MILLS ROCK CO.
301 N. W. 70th Street f
MIAMI, FLORIDA |
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GREETINGS ON
BROTHERHOOD DAY
Claude-Neon Southern Corporation
2014 N. W. Miami Court Phone 3-3183
MIAMI, FLORIDA
BETHJACOB
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 12)
We congratulate and felicitate
Rabbi David Klein, sexton of our
synagogue on his marriage to Miss
Malvina Kraemer. May their life's
road be strewn with blessing.
REFUO SHLAYMO
We wish speedy recovery from
ailment to Mr. Jacib Becker. Mr.
Joseph M- Weln, Mr. I. D. Splvak.
Mr. Sol Goldstrom. and to all those
not yet In the list of the complete-
ly well. To the others we wish
continued health and well being.
THIS WEEK'S HARDEST
SYNAGOGUE WORKERS
Among those working day and
night to make our Purim Ball a
success: Mr. Harry WaBserman,
our president, Mr. J. Albert, Mr
Louis Bloomfield, Mr. Joe M. Rose,
Mr. I. Miller, members of our Board
of Directors and Mr- I. Shapiro.
Mr. M. Felt, and Hr Morris Green.
Oh yes, andof courseRabbi
Mescheloff.
Greetings
BAER'S MARKET
A Complete Food Store
Bonded Fruit Shippers
.") 17-21 Washington Ave.
Miani Beach
GREETINGS
Brotherhood Day
Magic City Bottle
and Supply Co.
204!) N. Wl Second Ave.
MIAMI, FLORIDA

JORDAN &YATES
SALOON
230 West Flagler Street
* Pop Yates Lee Jordan
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| GREETINGS ON |
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Brotherhood Day
j GEO.L.DIXON
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
EQUIPMENT
1100 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-7635

GREETINGS
Coconut Grove Fish Market
COMPLETE LINE OF SEA FOOD
FISHING TACKLE BAIT AND BOATS
2830 South Bayshore Drive Phone 4-9274

WE EXTEND THE HAND OF FELLOWSHIP ON
BROTHERHOOD DAY
HIRSCH-FAUTH FURNITURE CO.
1444 Biseayne Boulevard
MIAMI, FLORIDA
AS FELLOW AMERICANS WE GREET YOU ON
BROTHERHOOD DAY
FLORIDA SUNLAND FOOD, INC.
Makers of Tropical Fruit Jellies and Marmalades
2229 N. W. 1st Court Miami, Florida
GREETINGS ON
BROTHERHOOD DAY
FLORIDA MACHINERY CORP.
316 S. W. N. River Drive
Sullivan Air CompressorsRex Concrete Mixers and
PumpsRoebling Wire Rope Products
NEW AND USED MACHINERY SOLD OR RENTED
GREETINGS FROM THE
SEMINOLE COCKTAIL BAR
H I A L E A H
Where that Friendly Atmosphere Prevails
STAY AS LATE AS YOU PLEASE
Open All Night Satunlavs Open Sundavs
MUSIC STEAKS CHOPS FROG LEGS


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE; FIFTEEN
St. Petersburg News
"ITNAI B'RITH
MM
BRIEFS
They tell me: that though the
financial report of the banquet
committee indicated they ended in
the red that they really did a bang
up job. That means orchids for
Rudy Adler and Lou Shochet-
XXX
They tell me: that the quality
of the debates at B'nal B'rlth
meetings are constantly being 1m
proved and now all motions havo
amendments, and amendments have
substituted motions which are in
turn tabled if not laid on the table.
For those banisters who profess
to be experts In parllmentary law
I-LEASE NOTE: A
MRS. MOSES P. EPSTEIN
National President of Hadassah,
American Women's Zionist Or-
ganization, wiho will arrive for a
brief stay next Thursday, 6.
INTERESTING TABLEAUX
TO BE PRESENTED
expert is one who learns more and
more about less and less until fin-
ally he learns all there is to know
about nothing!
XXX
They tell me: that B. J. Wagner
(of the Mercantile National Wag-
ners) is a past president of Blue-
field, W. Va., B'nai Brith Lodge
and one who used to eat, sleep and
breathe B'nai B'rith. How about
it Bernie, Sholem Lodge could
really use you- Get active again.
XXX
They tell me: that this same
Wagner is quick on the trigger and
his reply to Harry Zuckernick was
really a gem. (I still remember the
gag but won't tell.) The moral
is attend meetings, they really are
very refreshing.
XXX
They tell me: that we have an
intellectual committee. Will the
clear thinking brilliant members
of that committee please tell us
how soon we will have a new
B'nal B'rlth home. It's getting hot
or maybe they are thinking.
XXX
They tell me: that Isadore Zu
kemick delivered an excellent Lin-
coln address. It really was good.
r^well material, this guy for B'nal
Brith.
XXX
They tell me: that we are to
have the best degree team in 4S
states. Sounds good, but how
about naming a chairman. Mr. Pres.
and getting the team organized,
xxx
They tell me than a real honest
to goodness social meeting is be-
ing held soon with everything free.
Place: Alamac Hotel; Time: Wed-
nesday, February 23. 8:15 p. m.\
Speaker: Judge Hy Roth of Orlan-
do. President of State Federation
of B'nal B'rlth Lodges: Entertain-
ment: Superb (through courtesy of
Cinema Casino): Refreshment: Ab-
solutely: Dancing: Scintillating
music of Walter Jacobs and his
Alamac Orcrestra.
xxx
Folks everything is being donat-
ed by the Alamac Hotel absolutely
free. Orchids for Walter Jacobs
and the Jacobs family. Orchids
for Larry Morris, manager of the
Cinema Casino for his swell co-
operation in securing for us the
best entertainment of radio, stage
and screen.
X T X
They tell me: that the Gover
nor's Club of the Y. M. H. A. is
selecting the most outstanding
Jewish citizen of Miami and giv-
ing a testimonial dinner to him on
February 27th. Good stuffsounds
mighty Interesting.
xxx
They tell me: that Ike Levin is
doing an excellent job with Stu-
dent Union Work at the University
of Miami. YesI believe Milt
"Mothers and Daughters" meet-
ing of the Ladies Auxiliary of the ^
parllmentary I Jewish Welfare Bureau at the! readinga during the program..
gel, L. Marcus and Mesdames S.
Pont, B. Chertkoff, B. Silver, B.
Rifkin, L. Minzes, L- Marcus, J.
Selgel. Dora Heiman and D. Gross.
Welcoming Miss Kremer and Mr.
Basil.A-sky, Mr. M. Jacobs spoke
briefly on the aims of the Work-
men's Circle.
* *
Jonior Hadassah Plans
Activities
Severul visitors were welcomed
at the meeting of the Junior Ha-
dassah last Monday-
Iinmediate plans on the calendar
of the organization include a thea-
tre party the last week in Febru-
ary or the first week in March.
Details will be announced shortly.
The Southern Regional Convention,
held jointly by the Senior and Ju-
nior Clubs, will take place I nMia-
mi on April 24, 25 and 26. Mrs.
Murray Grossman will act as gen-
eral chairman from Junior Hadas-
sah. The Junior Hadassah Glee
Club, of which Miss Myra Goodow-
sky is president, will present sev-
eral selections during the conven-
tion. Esther Argintar gave several
Actively participating in me "recent Second Annual Seminary
Conference on JewJsh Affairs at the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary were: left to rigrt, Edward M. M. Warburg and Lewis L.
Strauss.
Fleetwood Hotel, Monday, Febru-
ary 21, at 2:00 o'clock will have
for its theme the work of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau. Various in-
teresting phases of the varied an
manifold work of the organization
will be vividly depicted by promi-
nent workers and officials of this
area in a series of eleven tableaux
which will be presented under the
direction of Mrs. Isidor M. Wein-
stein. Mrs. Herbert Simon will be
the narrator and Mrs. Nat Williams
will be In charge of the program.
Among those participating in the
program will be Stanley C- Myers,
president of the Bureau; Baron de
Hirsch Meyer, chairman of the Free
Loan Fund, Judge Walter H. Beck-
ham of the Dade County Juvenile
Court; Dr. S. Chas. Werblow,
George Chertkof, Benj. Le Vine,
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, Mrs. Ida Opt-
ner, Mrs- Samuel Katz, Mrs. Mur-
ray Koven. Mrs. s. N. Halpert,
Mrs. Benj. Le Vine. Mrs. S. C. My-
ers, Mrs- Leo R. Kupper, Mrs. Ed-
ward Friedman, Mrs. M. L. Cowen,
Mrs. Max Pepper. Mrs. H. I. Magid,
Mrs. Ralph Neufeld and Mr- and
Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Music will
be presented by Miss Isabel Fried-
man and Mrs. Morris Cowen ac-
companied by Mrs. Melvin Davis
at the piano. A cordial invitation
is extended to all residents and
visitors to attend this affair.
Mrs. Bernard Katz, who is Ju-
nior-Senior representative, report-
ed several items of interest from
the meeting of the Senior organiza-
tion which she attended.

To Hold Meeting
The regular meeting of the Ches-
ed Shel Ernes Sisterhood will take
place on Monday, February 21, at
2:00 p- m., at the Beth David Tal-
mud Torali. Mrs. Isidor Cohen
president, urges that all members
be present as Important business
will be acted on.

Organization Holds Election
The Pioneer Women's Organiza
tlon of Greater Miami elected of
fleers at their last meeting and
named Mrs. Henry Seitlin, presi
dent; Mrs. Rose Dackowitz, recoi .1
ing secretary; Mrs. D. Hendel
treasurer. This club meets every
two weeks and after the meetings
refreshments are served and a pro-
gram presented.

; Prominent Publisher Visits Here
Mr. Gabriel M. Cohen, publisher
of the Kentucky Jewish Chronicle,
and prominent communal worker
if Kentucky and Indiana, visite.d
here for several days after which
! he accompanied his parents hack
to their home. Enroute they will
visit Tampa.
Last Sunday evening. Bob Leers,
acting as master of ceremonies,
presented "Rosita and Perez" of the
"41 Club;" Dorothy Phillips of the
"Gay Nineties;" Johnny Barnes of
the "Boulevard Club" and Don Du-
rant, popular magician who has
appeared in many of the local thea-
tres.
JACKSONVILLE'S
LARGEST anal
FINEST HOTEL
MO Iwa
MO
SOCIETY
Concert Is Huge Success
One of the most successful events
of the season was the appearance
of Isa Kremer last Tuesday even-
ing at the Odd Fellows Hall. Spon-
sored by the Workmen's Circle,
Branch 692- More than six hun-
dred heard her interpretations of
folk songs. Because of Inadequate
seating facilities many were turned
away. Miss Kremer was accom-
panied by the renowned master of
the piano, Ivan Basllevsky.
The committee in charge was
headed by Mrs. Henry Seitlin as
chairman, and Messrs. B. Rifkin, B.
Silver, H. Seitlin, D- Gross, J. Sei-
DR. ARTHUR H. COMPTON
winner of the 1937 Nobel Prize
in science, who is now the newly
appointed Protestant co-chairman
of the National Conference of
Jews and Christians, which is
sponsoring the fifth annual ob-
servance of Brotherhood Day on
February 20th.
Dances Given Semi-Weekly
Are Popular
Hotel Evans, Miami Beach, re-
ports capacity crowds attending
their popular semi-weekly dances
in the garden patio under the stars.
Harris Johnson and his orchestri
provide the music for these affairs
and entertainment features are
presented from various night clubs
In Miami Beach.
Friedman (our money man) and
Sid Segall have helped tremen-
dously.
xxx
They tell me: that Ben LeVlne
(of the membership committee Le
Vines) can really get members
like nobody's business. Ten or
twelve new members a week Is
fWt ordinary work for Ben. Boy,
If we had more of these member-
ship Levlnes; we would go places
or would we?
xxx
They tell me: that the Antl-De-
famatlon League distributed 700,000
pamphlets, 12,000 books and had
5,000 talks delivered during the
past year.
SINCERE GREETINGS
ON
Brotherhood Day
TINGLE
PAINT CO.
49 S. W. First Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
JOCKEY CLUB
BAR
25 N. E. First Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
* Outstanding work in the sale *
s of tickets for the Jewish Wei- *
* fare Bureau's Fourth Annual '
Night of Stars at the Olympia
* Theatre Monday night, Febru- *
* ary 21st, is being accomplished
!> by the woman's committee of *
* which Mrs. M. L. Marcus is *
* chairman. Actively assisting *
* and receiving the plaudits of *
* those interested in the relief of *
* the needy are Mesdames Es- *
* telle Schram, Maurice Jacobs,
* S. C- Davis. Irving Frumkus
and Frank Frankel.
GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
SAM SLATKO
JEFE'SCAEE
INC.
1201 West Flagler Street
DRINKS or
PACKAGE GOODS
ffimi;iG
JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA
ConvnlcMly locj'ad In th
a)onnion buiiMn, abcpplnf anal
tkcata. c.il(itl. Evtrv rooaa *n oulnda
ft m with f livata balS, (no courl >
cticuUtins k .!', .adio, Ian anal
bad .aadinj Imp. Sato ot parlor,
bt 'ioon ana* blK. Supario* cyilina
and HAiM in The Patio Grill, aaal
bi TRa Roo.a.ali RanoWivoaa.
All O.i.ida Rooo.-.Na Caara
f licalaliaf, lea Wtfff la avtry. taaai
-77 Roea..-Snjla "* prf*< Ball $2.00-
44 Room $2 50 55 Roomi $3.00
66 Room $3 50 S3 Room $4.00
11 Satan Pa.loe Badioom S Bath $6 00
84 Saaipla Root, wrtli P.i.a'a 8nh $4 00
. ,K I..,>< u B.i., lai BaaMf. OaaaaaaaY
-v,. Aautaata Wall -d
A Rob*ft>R.: Meyer Hotel/
WE EXTENT) oi'R
HAM) IN' FELLOWSHIP
AND GOOD WILL ON
Brotherhood Day
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A FRIEND
GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Day
M. LIP0W8KY AND
FAMILY
of the
Royal Apartments
221 Collins Avenue
MIAMI, BEACH, FLA.
AS FELLOW AMERICANS WE GREET YOU ON
yy^, Brotherhood Day
THE HOF BRAU
221 N. E. 2nd Street
WHERE FRIENDS MEET
FRIENDS
FAMOUS FOR FOOD GERMAN COOKINGOPEN 11
A. M. 'TIL CLOSINGBAVARIAN ENTERTAINMENT
IMPORTED MUENICH LOWEN BRAUTAP ROOM
RINEST LIQUORSRESERVATIONS: PHONE 3-7970.



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TH1 JEWISH rLOUDlAM
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY lg.
1938
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
'U H. W. S<-d A.f-.
miam: = phmbbjb
cobbbbbbaxbmi
w*x "C lie'
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i -A REFUAM WL-0-- |L I T H D A 11Vk *
7, otmi ec *! BIGHTS CLAD
'.k oar pnjtrt sr:c ti* A^ghty
on
I that Be aeaa
* -perfect
::
feet February 1. The only con-
ceaalon the committee made was to
BW CONSTITUTION ree to inclnde a cUbm p-,vid.
______ ing that religion or national) ot

*2 H* ""_* T ITwkl1 Koc .WXS>-LlthoanUa new Lithuanian dtiaen. may no, ba
*."' mm nol contain any made the baaia ot exceptional treat-
"LoSTSwL* Lavyc,,.^ tstac.-ltfcm B w announced by U.ned specific guarantee, of he
aTpe^rec^w as: : *" constHunonal right, of .11 miaoritiea.
U> IB rafleat wr.h yc^: ::--.: :=-::: is rejectmf a pi by -
__. -_.ri'-as:E Jewry to amend the
THE GALA EVES' LllWIlM before it goes into ef
a: tam. the mala pre
Dn I
Tl ;
i; m -. eg tieir icfact too Moaheh Bhotom,
Tatrlr ereairx Fe> a: IBM sjM|I immediately after
rsary ii. at tie Mi-: ~ -i ot. February 26.
LA^E FRIDAY EVES SG
SERVCES
Rabbi Max Ski; r :*ai
r Loasa Hay-as *.-
sined ay the Beth David <*&.- *
UM BtasBfc rre^:;~ ?-: :
-.-.; *... cj-.^ai tie *z.ly--.
E- "- i'
r**.-i. l::e a? .-. : :: : i*-
pan ar.: sia oat::-:* :::;
l KS' '*- a:*.;::
: T*rr -.---. :~tc :t
i li.T*
hen ax4 reaidesti is aa4tttaa to
--="- a: oar
T- -: -; r'-- Mi- -i-.T --
oember* eejoy yo .-_--
rea :- tie ;-.ri:
pa* a "
C_ = 5*S*-- $EP. CES
Tha : iz.r.i wi.T
Tha iraacajmc -ra? a=c-
The onhtppan baa -::.-.al de-
*'-.: :i .r..:.:? V:-2-
*i-. taM B^:; -.i*:: the Bro-
chat a->i "rii-.-.-.z Bowaid
Schwarti rafraaaaclac -_- Jam i
-r:rra-.:cc_ gree-.ed tie Bar
X.-.iTi-- -d uteaded Maaataai
A .-eteptioc waa s.s hi i aodi-
..- after tie \t.:'.r a;i ;hsy-.r
serrlcet Mr a:i Mrs M-. .j
Ba r. raeatpaa tie vaaau -.-?
C-A-lj
BE-- 3*I3 RELlG!Oi-S
SST1TLTI0N
Ha-ry : sarr*
: .... i; ----- r
-- ibacac* -.: Hm BahM Tha ttm-
:*-. r;-:-:-: ; -tt :- asd ar
:-.r .- i:.:r-i-.'T .; 'i* .-r-*:';
; -.: '.'. artesi sa --^. i > i:;
- -c :r : .?-f:j. ^"e ;: "
cemmesd the '. .- ~t^r. ar.'-: -.:' :;*? aori -e
- y eTry .-.::-
'-rZ-.Tr -;* ':: "iit -..-:
' i~'. .- :r. -? ..
:*rid ao not n
-
.
poa th ; -
We aii Mini
hetveaa u
;!r BtoeafM il -- ~ -
the (aea*a at the:- aaaaal aflati
H ?^r = Kj.. H arflhaa laal
get together' aid e asx::.sl.T
;-- >.i.-g ';rari :: r ;r !
:.- =i=r-r- ':.--: ;:: -
Thia is tie !: Fleaae cce
Ka pass fr.etaa to tiii ooh
MPJ:
AN AHMOL.SCEVEST
Rat:. ar.i Mrs Mai 5sap;ro ard
':-- y Back, awflhai ri Mr- -
;:.-: 1 axe a "KUiMi
Satardaj after the 'Bris Mtoh C
rMaal iltitla
teaeed.
are
Greeti-gt on
BB 17HERH00D DAY
ALTO LOCK & SUPPLY CO.
IKK 2nd Avenue
Miami, Florida
BUCK S TOP i-
BODY WORKS
1321 N. E. 2nd Are.
M:srr.i. Rori U
EETIN !S ON
Brotherhood Day

CRYSTEX
OF FLORIDA
S M BOBBINS
1414 -Teer
Miami Beach. Florida,
EAST COAST FISH MARKET
Weal Flagler Street
... AT THE BKIDOE .
EXTENDS TO ALL
GREETINGS ON
BROTHERHOOD DAY
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GREETINGS ON
Brotherhood Dav
GREETINGS ON
BROTHERHOOD DAY
HAMLYN MATTRESS &
UPHOLSTERING CO.
1235 N Miami Avenue Phone 2-4856
EXTENDING THE HAND OP FELLOWSHIP
Watch the Plane> c..n.. in at
MIAMTS MOST DISTINCTIVE RESTAURANT
Overlooking Biseavne Kay. Operatt-i! on the same Hu
ir International Air Service
BAB------LUNCH-----DBINKS
Open Dav and Evening Telephone 4-25:1
Pan American Airways System
HENRY R. CHASE!
CHIEF
ANIj AS80 IATES
MIAMI FIRE
DEPABTMENT
Tbriliicg
^USA |SLE Imeresti^
SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE
N. W. 2St Ave. and 'th St.
IN THE TBADING POST
Ind.an D- i Baskets
Moccaatne
Rugs Bianketa
Alligator Bags Silver Work
25C
Admission
ir- jdes
Everything
OPEN TO VISITORS 9:00 A. M- P. M.
Sometr.ng Interest.ng to See Al the T.me

It
NICELEY FUNERAL HOME
MIAMI BEACH
EXTENDS TO ALL ITS JEWISH FRIENM
SIN. EBE OKEETISGSON
BROTHKKHOOI) DAY



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;^H ri:i~lA5 FRIDAT. FEBRUARY IS, 1S3S ORAYNOO J:I::SS: CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM I:IA zirn. :*iAyr-: i :: :>> ittvW ^ = %  i '" %  -. -. : i -. :•:; :;. E = : *" : %  %  : ajatai :%  :: ; = "'" ;.: 5-. :i • %  %  *• %  %  jaM" of!stein ot New Roc* 1 11 X. Vp au i ad Vn Jot-', Hairooritz, brother of the bride and Ernett and kam Weber or Taapa. Mrt. Morris Bennett, Mrs. V..;. ..am Weber and Mrt. I. Segall eQ •.ertained suty guests at lui. If at the Kloridiaa Hotel tor Haimoviu. A pastel Mar I was featured and g.... %  :-d corsage* of tweet pt UB A edding cake centered the ta::ai presented eg -" %  -..— %  • %  • I I • • %  %  --— % %  ; i-7 ----• ::-r-r--M a%  < %  CiH be at 8:3* clock _, DM place. •.•.! ai adOol I -own petu wno wi M weeding of Mist T.i %  %  LZ ".I LI : ."r W -: : • ? ...ij_.. e HaimoTiu ana &. HM • '•„;;' Ctnitteo. X. Y.. Sun.'...; day will be. Mrt. Adolph P Mi -=der. B Mr. and Mrs. B. Solon:-::. X. T, Mr. and Mr; J .-:-•-. oi weedmere. tVaag b%  iz-i i •"-~ ""-!-' ;:irz 7-i"" Ii T : %  -" it : SLKin lAMCr ; ; -.r i „ A ; :.i-: Mb Li •;:*-..-..-. -r-~: .. %  --------; "" = = W ;£.;**• = :x = s .*. f --•'l X:n:n -:*•* w :I7VCKK T *~* P %  w .' %  an I : • =i = = I --'-• r. A. ,,nl :7 -_i-. -:'::-: ^ : %  Bta .-.: =£ = = :•• i.S Barrj Het*. of -:? •: ; %  -•_-. /LX i ,--• ii oanL. lev -r^ekt a Taa*. Ran*-. Beat •cCort ?:i. 'KB< thai -::•:== 3-rMlL -;:-:S-iii r.r i :t r : -u \-ri-. .:.-.r-i :: :--.: ?r:-:>:r :j ^ ., -^_r lad -. %  •-.% %  :-.: : :'. R:l^l yin Ml : r%  .: -:-:'::---= i = = WtCAL COM FSJtCNCC -::;.: .-.i •• staf •• %  II >: -'"'.ciieri Week. p%ri*_^ -i y u -. i: ~~ -:; I ~: i 7 a n .— • ; -: T • : : "1: .: i-: i: :. z -. -. 7 %  --;--_. %  %  '%  -: %  '-' • ...... b :-: %  nui tad Mr. Ma T %  Pi : -iirupper wiU be given by I >a.-en:t Saturday nig .t a: their home for the weddicg : %  %  a!:*:.tk .-eheartal at lock. ;iny for the IflUfi %  it will be held Bn L>a.; S Islands 0< lb after the wedding, and a -,-f : Jor a Urge number c! Oat of towa g-Jettt who M wedding of Mi HntBOTttt and S. H%-Tampa Notes :. • : ii • i : is I EXTEND MY 1REETINGS TO ALL ON Brotherhood Day ROBERT R. WILLIAMS %  ublei --r~ imat I i hen •%  of tweet | ; and : -i= presented a Lots was :: ers =EGC-5 ;C-::. .... -:i-=psstf M Bel ''' 7: •-[ I plans for her ZiW t to : GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day S. H. KRESS &C0. 5-10-25c STORE East Flagler ^ MIAMI. FLORIDA X. T. The risfi [ rnooa j ... Temple Rot lokoti with Rabbi Adolph | %  -. r. %  Tme i ^ &m ot { --...._ r Mrt Isla i 1 r:zz:. % %  lew j .: try Uei v.^ aaji --. T; — .. : E Tea hrinfi wBJ be %  T c • ':::: :. • %  [ DM Scads? ::'MY SINCEKEST GREETINGS TO ALL ON Brotherhood Day A. "PAT" CANNON %  v j i ; -r %  P *" -t t •.-* .•^-s'Taeetojical Semianary reeent'y ve-e ie*t j-t Ps:: W •%  Stt -;*••: -; ?a:: E at Ma-gs t. ~; T x :-: :-: ---— -.: --."-:--%  i -'" : :=- i-i -. t*'— -' %  '--•%  • %  r =ft :.--£ -;— --i%  : ; •;;•:--: r : : :r-~= ::-, ; ON BROTHERHOOD DAY tOM DR. AIDA SLOAN AND ALT( )N ROAD HOSPITAL [ >N ROAD :i BEACH y^M.



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MM PAGE SIXTEEN TH1 JEWISH rLOUDlAM FRIDAY. FEBRUARY lg. 1938 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 'U H. W. S<-d A.f-. MIAM: = PHMBBJB COBBBBBBAXBMI w*x "C •lie' •a *• M *-•••: f -t^ •- i-2"* i -A REFUAM WL£-0-| L I T H D A 11 Vk %  £* %  7, OTMI ec %  *! BIGHTS CLAD '.K oar pnjtrt sr:c ti* A^ghty on I that Be aeaa -perfect :: feet February 1. The only conceaalon the committee made was to BW CONSTITUTION ree to inclnde a CUBM p-, vid ing that religion or national) ot *2 H ""_* T ITwkl 1 Koc .WXS>-LlthoanUa new Lithuanian dtiaen. may no ba •*."' m m nol contain any made the baaia ot exceptional treat"LoSTSwL* Lavyc,,.^ tstac.-ltfcm B w announced by U.ned specific guarantee, of he aTpe^rec^w as: : %  constHunonal right, of .11 miaoritiea. U> IB rafleat wr.h yc^: ::--.: :=-::: is rejectmf a pi by __. -_.ri'-as:E Jewry to amend the THE GALA EVES' LllWIlM before it goes into ef A: tam. the mala pre Dn I Tl ; i; M -. eg tieir icfact too Moaheh Bhotom, Tatrlr ereairx Fe> a: IBM sjM|—I immediately after rsary ii. at tie Mi-: ~ -i ot. February 26. LA^E FRIDAY EVES SG SERVCES Rabbi Max Ski; r : *ai r Loasa Hay-as *.sined ay the Beth David <*&.* UM BtasBfc rre^:;~ ?-: : -.-.; • %  *•... cj-.^ai tie *z.ly%  -. •E"i' r**.-i. l::e a? •.-.•• : :: : i*pan ar.: sia oat::-:* :: %  :; %  • l KS' '* %  %  a:*.;:: : -• T*rr -.-%  :~tc :t %  i li.T* hen ax4 reaidesti is aa4tttaa to --="- a: oar T -: -; %  r'-Mi-i-.T • -oember* eejoy yo — .-_- %  %  • rea :tie — ; %  -.ri: • pa* a "• C_ = 5*£S*-$EP. CES Tha : iz.r.i wi.T %  • Tha iraacajmc -ra? a=cThe •onhtppan baa -::.-.al de*'-.: :i .r..:.:? V:-2*i-. taM B^:; -.i*:: the Brochat a->i "rii-.-.-.z Bowaid Schwarti rafraaaaclac -_Jam i -r:rra-.:cc_ gree-.ed tie Bar X.-.iTi--d uteaded Maaataai A .-eteptioc waa s.s hi i aodi%  —..after tie \t.:'.r a;i ;hsy-.r serrlcet Mr a:i Mrs M-. — .j Ba r. raeatpaa tie vaaau ••-.-? C-A-lj BE 3*I3 RELlG!Oi-S SST1TLTI0N Ha-ry : -• %  -• sarr* %  : %  %  %  %  .... i; ----r -ibacac* -.: HM BahM Tha ttm:*-.• r;-:-:-: •; -tt :asd ar :-.r .i:.:r-i-.'T •.•; 'i* .-r-*:'; ; -.: '.'. artesi sa --^. i > i: ; -c :r : .?-f:j. ^"e ; : cemmesd the '..i.-g ';rari :: r— ;r %  : %  .=i=r-r- ':.--: %  ;:: Thia is tie !: Fleaae cce %  Ka pass fr.etaa to tiii ooh •MPJ: AN AHMOL.SCEVEST Rat:. ar.i Mrs Mai 5sap;ro ard ':-y Back, awflhai ri Mr;:.-: %  1 —axe a "KUiMi Satardaj after the 'Bris Mtoh C rMaal %  iltitla— teaeed. are Greeti-gt on BB 17HERH00D DAY ALTO LOCK & SUPPLY CO. IKK 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida BUCK S TOP iBODY WORKS 1321 N. E. 2nd Are. M:srr.i. Rori U EETIN !S ON Brotherhood Day %  CRYSTEX OF FLORIDA S M BOBBINS 1414 -• -Teer Miami Beach. Florida, EAST COAST FISH MARKET Weal Flagler Street ... AT THE BKIDOE EXTENDS TO ALL GREETINGS ON BROTHERHOOD DAY f i 4 i GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Dav GREETINGS ON BROTHERHOOD DAY HAMLYN MATTRESS & UPHOLSTERING CO. 1235 N Miami Avenue Phone 2-4856 EXTENDING THE HAND OP FELLOWSHIP Watch the Plane> c..n.. in at MIAMTS MOST DISTINCTIVE RESTAURANT Overlooking Biseavne Kay. Operatt-i! on the same Hu ir International Air Service BAB LUNCH DBINKS Open Dav and Evening Telephone 4-25:1 Pan American Airways System HENRY R. CHASE! CHIEF ANIJ AS80 IATES MIAMI FIRE DEPABTMENT Tbriliicg ^USA |SLE Imeresti^ SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE N. W. 2St Ave. and 'th St. IN THE TBADING POST Ind.an Di Baskets Moccaatne Rugs Bianketa Alligator Bags — Silver Work 25C Admission irjdes Everything OPEN TO VISITORS 9:00 A. M- P. M. Sometr.ng Interest.ng to See Al the T.me It NICELEY FUNERAL HOME MIAMI BEACH EXTENDS TO ALL ITS JEWISH FRIENM SIN. EBE OKEETISGSON BROTHKKHOOI) DAY f %  ^1 J. ^nd Ave. Miami. Pi-,nfery 0 „ d Publij-her^ I I •••32S-:--S



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE iKJewisti nerldi&m PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 21 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Second Avenut Phone* 2-1141; 2-1183 i. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Mn*r EaUrwl • ucond cl m*tt*r July 4. 1980, at the Poat Offica at Miami, Florid under the Act of March t. U7. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative ORLANDO DORIS 8. HELLER Representative TAMPA MRS. JAY MARKOWITZ Keprcsenuttive SUBSCRIPTION OTZiumL STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Tidbits From Everywhere TlninA. In Month*.. On* Yaar 11.00 MOO VOLUME II—NUMBER 6 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1938 TALE OF TWO COUNTRIES Last month we noted the fifth anniversary of Hitlerism in Germany; this week, less than a month later, we celebrate the fifth annual Brotherhood Day of the National Conference of Jews and Christians. That these two unlike reflections of the world scene should be so coincidental is significant. The one sets the seal of doom on German Jewry; the other is one of the brightest spots on the American horizon. This study in contrasts raises two questions that American Jewry would like to have answered: "Why Hitlerism?" and "Can it Happen Here?" Unquestionably, Nazism in Germany was born of deepest despair and the false hope held out to the people by a mustached messiah. Obviously, there has been no such despair here. So far so good. The answer is: it can't happen here. But what of a sustained depression and the emergence of a Huey Long or another demagogue who would use the Jews as a scapegoat? What steps can we take to protect ourselves? Influence and achievements, as the German Jews discovered, were of no avail. What then? Possibly an enlightened America, an America intellectually immune to the virus of hate, could withstand a demagogue's empty mouthings, his false promises. Possibly an American 100 percent sold on democracy would be a bulwark against anti-Semitism, against Communism, against Fascism. That is the significance of Brotherhood Day. Five years after it is established, ten years after the creation of its sponsor, it is an accepted part of American life. Two thousand communities throughout the country will celebrate the day with community dinners, with inter-faith services, with good will sermons, with radio broadcasts over the two largest national networks and over 135 local stations. Brotherhood Day has become an educational force, an antitoxin against hate and intolerance to which America is submitting gladly. And it is significant because it is not a negative factor, a fight against anti-Semitism, but a positive force, a propaganda for democracy that preaches that the abridgement of the civil liberties of one racial or religious group is but a preclude to the abridgement of the rights of all. Brotherhood Day is not a guarantee of security for American Jewry. But it is a potent force, an educational instrument of good will for which Jewry should be thankful. Certainly it is among the encouraging omens that make us optimists enough to say: it won't happen here. By HARRY SCHWARTZ Hello again: It shore feels good tickling the keys again after a 3 month layoff wailing for the season, what season? Have you noticed the list of famous writers the Jeewish Florldian has added to it staff, Ladwig Lewisohn, Al Segal. William Zukerman. Louis Pekarsky and othersNo wonder their circulation has in creased. — Y — Much water has flown through the Y channels since E. Albert FOREIGN AFFAIRS A world conference on the subject of Jewish emigration is being given plenty of serious considerations in the capitals of Europe. A first-class battle is under way between the National Democrats and the National Radicals, Poland's leading anti-Semitic parties, because of the former's definition of an Aryan. According to the Democrats an Aryan must be able to prove Aryan descent for three consecutive generations. • The Radicals object because too many of their members are the sons of grandsons of Jewish converts. Don't, by the way, forget that we told you that Goga will be a flop In the coming election A gentleman by the name of William is giving the Jews of Roumanja a headache with his pronouncements that Roumaifla is justified in demanding that the Jews PallOt became its president and l*ve the countryH e calls himself a Jew, but is unknown in guiding light. As their first transaction they purchased their pres-, Jewish circles. • %  it property and two adjoining Equally painful was the spectacle of some of Roulots, next they built a recreation I mania's wealthiest Jews breaking room with showers etc., and in order to meet the obligations necessary they sponslred a very sucbread with anti-Semitic chieftains at the banquet tendered to the minister of commerce, who is doall Jews out cessful Sixth Annual Dance while '* ,lis be8t to %  of business. Vladmir Jabolingetting out one of the largest program books this community has jever had, the Y then followed this the Revolutionists hi Palestine. event up with an even greater success, this being their third annual Parade of Stars, held at the beautlcul Cinema Casino, with that a d Christians, is the latest cele swell Irishman, Nick Kenny .at the^my to arrive in Eretz Israel, helm. At the present time the necessary plans for that much talked about testimonial dinner honorsky's son is the de facto leader of Professor Carlton J. H. Hayes of Columbia, the Catholic co-chairman of the National Conference of Jews Fascist propaganda among the British troops In Palestine has resulted in several Tommies being e outstanding Jewish citizen 8e lt ome for makin a 8cene in of the greater Miami area is still a Jew 8 h cafe in Jerusalem when in progress, according to Chairj th orchestra refused to play the man. Dr. Sam Beckman. Hor8t We88eI 80n *' %  %  There are Y 5 Jewish students from the United States studying medicine at the Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh. The most popular tunes It gladdens my heart to hear any news from Nick Kenny because seldom if ever does he fail to men0 f George Gershwin and Irving Berlin are still being played in Germany, but the numbers are credited to non-existent Aryans. XXX RABBINICAL AFFAIRS are tion the name of our departed Boris Schlachman In connection with anything concerning the Y M. H. A., which is as it should be. — Y — Over at the B'nai B'rith they re Rumors are again creeping up cently held their annual elections!^ Rabb( A )ba H ., |eI Sjlver 8 and the Y. M. HA. very recognizant of the fact extends heartiest greetings to President EIry Stone and his star supporting cast. Good luck gentlemen. — Y — Another affair that packs plenty the man whom Dr. Stephen s. Wise would like to have as his successor as head of the Free Synagogue and of'the Institute of Jewish Religion whenever the indefatigable Dr. Wise will be ready to retire.. Speaking of religion reminds us of TNT will be the Annual Night that tne Rev Jonn Haynes Holmes Civil Liberties Union Seeking Federal Aid Against Fascist Group New York, (WNS)—In an effort to curb foreign legislation prohibiting private military training and the formation of private military forces will be sought by the American Civil Liberties Union, as a result of a study just completed of restraints upon Fascist activities In European democracies. All other proposed measures against Fas' %  cist and Nazi activities, suh as prohibitions of military cafps, parades, the wearing of political uniforms in public and the carrying of flags in public as a symbol of Radio Programs Will Feature Brotherhood Day New York, (WNS)—Brotherhood Day will be ushered in with a coast-to-coast radio program over WABC and the Columbia network on Sunday, February 20, from 2:00 to 2:30 pm. The program will feature George M. Cohan, Edwin C. Hill, Laurence Tibbett and An dre Kostalanetz, directing a 50plece orchestra, and will be presented locally over Station WQAM. a political movement are opposed by the Union as "indefensible" and violations of civil liberties. of Stars, sponsored by the Jewish Welfare Bureau, Monday, February 2l8t, beginning at 9:00 p. m. Our Parade of Stars was undoubtedly a great success' and we take this opportunity of wishing the Welfare Bureau an even greater success, and .any cooperation we can tender will be gladly forthcoming. — Y — That was a mighty fine function sponsored by the Council of Jewish Juniors last Sunday and its purpose, the Alton Road Hospital fund even finer. Congrats Paul. — Y — The Y. M. H. A. was host to a number of prominent citizens last Wednesday at their regular weekly meeting. MrPlzetts, Secretary of the Birmingham, Ala.. Y, spoke briefly as did Mr. Jacobs, of New York, and Tom Kelly, one of the guiding lights of the Miami Beach Elks, who by the way. promised to deliver an American Flag to the "Y" which has been so sadly missing. — Y — Just watch the "Y" go places once their Life Members. Bill Shayne and Leo Robinson, who are sent a slashing letter to Damon Runyan, the Hearst Columnist, in which he attacks the ministers and rabbis who are publicity-crazy. He says that the religious editors of the big New York dailies don't cover sermons, but only print hand outs sent to them by publicityminded clergymen. That's why. Holmes says. Dr. Stephen S. Wise's sermons are hardly ever mentioned in the New York press—even the Times—while rabbis who speak before only a couple of dozen people in their synagogues get front billing in the newspapers. • David Mii-ick, 13-year-old Newark, N. J. negro, wants to become a chazan. .... He recently became Bar Mitzvah. Life Magazine, which prints his picture, claims that theie are 10.000 Jewish negroes in the United States XXX ANTI-AMERICAN AFFAIRS A secret probe of all subversive movements in California Is bei<-^ undertaken by an important patriotic organization. One of the important gathering places for anti-Semitic bigwigs in New York is at 231 West 58th Street, just around the corner from the office of the American Jewish CongreFs. ... It appears to be nothing but a bookstore, but in the back is a big lodge room where Robert Edward Edmondson and his cronies meet and plan the distribution of literature. Speaking of literature, did you know that material upholding Japan is being handed out at all Nazi meetings in this country? ... Add to the list of Jew-baiting outfits the Whit-? Legion of America, sometimes called the White Aryan Gentiles. ... Its fuehrer is a Commander O'Shea, who hails from Baltimore. Head.... Secret national headquarter a quarters are in Washington, D. C. of the anti-Semitic American Guards, a student group that was recently kicked out of City College in New York, Is P. O. Box 591, Chicago. Cleveland now has a branch of this group. Many of the liberals in Congress who last year opposed a probe of Nazi activities now are all hot for su< :i an Inquiry. Back of the Fascist and Gold Shirt disturbances in Mexico is Manfred Klllinger, Nazi consul In San-Francisco. %  • American oil interest^ in Texas are said to be financing the Gold Shirts. • Werner Haas, who was secretary to Helng Spankoebel. the Nazi leader who fled the country in 1933 when Uncle Sam put the bee on him, is now one of the chief figures in Adrien Arcand's Canadian Nationalist Party XXX NAZI AFFAIRS Radio row is agog over reports that Percy Winner, NBC's director of short-wave broadcasts, was fired because of pressure brought to bear by the German and Italian embassies, which resented his antiFasclst and anti-Nazi barbs But a German language announcer on one of the big broadcasting systems, is a known Nazi. • Which reminds us that most of the small independent stations i n New York which specialize in foreign language programs have eliminated Nazi propaganda which used to reach the air in the form of recorded travel lectures, Nazi music and speeches by Nazi officials The German Educational Bureau, which provides Gerfan radio (Continued on Page Five) co-chairmen of that group, start planning things for the Y., and its affiliated groups. — Y — By the By, have you noticed the neatness around the "Y" headquarters since attaining Miss Mae Kai>lan as their new secretary of labor. — Y — There actually Is more activity going on around the "Y" than in the "Y" lately, what with Miami Moon showing off In all Its splendor, plus a few million stars lending their support. You must come up sum time, anytime. We also have a moosic machine for your dancing feet. — Y — At the last meeting of the Junior Division of the Y. M. H. A., Miss Ethel Pont, newly appointed dance chairman, announced that a dance will be held on Sunday evening. March 6, at the clubroomAdmission charged will be nominal and music will be furnished by Sherwood Lavine's orchestra. AH members and their friends are urged to attend as the proceeds will be donated to the Y building fund. — Y — Adlous until next week.



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE; FIFTEEN St. Petersburg News "ITNAI B'RITH MM BRIEFS They tell me: that though the financial report of the banquet committee indicated they ended in the red that they really did a bang up job. That means orchids for Rudy Adler and Lou ShochetXXX They tell me: that the quality of the debates at B'nal B'rlth meetings are constantly being 1m proved • and now all motions havo amendments, and amendments have substituted motions which are in turn tabled if not laid on the table. For those banisters who profess to be experts In parllmentary law I-LEASE NOTE: A MRS. MOSES P. EPSTEIN National President of Hadassah, American Women's Zionist Organization, wiho will arrive for a brief stay next Thursday, 6. INTERESTING TABLEAUX TO BE PRESENTED expert is one who learns more and more about less and less until finally he learns all there is to know about nothing! XXX They tell me: that B. J. Wagner (of the Mercantile National Wagners) is a past president of Bluefield, W. Va., B'nai Brith Lodge and one who used to eat, sleep and breathe B'nai B'rith. How about it Bernie, Sholem Lodge could really use youGet active again. XXX They tell me: that this same Wagner is quick on the trigger and his reply to Harry Zuckernick was really a gem. (I still remember the gag but won't tell.) The moral is attend meetings, they really are very refreshing. XXX They tell me: that we have an intellectual committee. Will the clear thinking brilliant members of that committee please tell us how soon we will have a new B'nal B'rlth home. It's getting hot or maybe they are thinking. XXX They tell me: that Isadore Zu kemick delivered an excellent Lincoln address. It really was good. r^well material, this guy for B'nal Brith. XXX They tell me: that we are to have the best degree team in 4S states. Sounds good, but how about naming a chairman. Mr. Pres. and getting the team organized, xxx They tell me than a real honest to goodness social meeting is being held soon with everything free. Place: Alamac Hotel; Time: Wednesday, February 23. 8:15 p. m.\ Speaker: Judge Hy Roth of Orlando. President of State Federation of B'nal B'rlth Lodges: Entertainment: Superb (through courtesy of Cinema Casino): Refreshment: Absolutely: Dancing: Scintillating music of Walter Jacobs and his Alamac Orcrestra. xxx Folks everything is being donated by the Alamac Hotel absolutely free. Orchids for Walter Jacobs and the Jacobs family. Orchids for Larry Morris, manager of the Cinema Casino for his swell cooperation in securing for us the best entertainment of radio, stage and screen. X T X They tell me: that the Gover nor's Club of the Y. M. H. A. is selecting the most outstanding Jewish citizen of Miami and giving a testimonial dinner to him on February 27th. Good stuff—sounds mighty Interesting. xxx They tell me: that Ike Levin is doing an excellent job with Student Union Work at the University of Miami. Yes—I believe Milt "Mothers and Daughters" meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the ^ parllmentary I Jewish Welfare Bureau at the! reading a during the program.. gel, L. Marcus and Mesdames S. Pont, B. Chertkoff, B. Silver, B. Rifkin, L. Minzes, LMarcus, J. Selgel. Dora Heiman and D. Gross. Welcoming Miss Kremer and Mr. Basil.A-sky, Mr. M. Jacobs spoke briefly on the aims of the Workmen's Circle. • Jonior Hadassah Plans Activities Severul visitors were welcomed at the meeting of the Junior Hadassah last MondayIinmediate plans on the calendar of the organization include a theatre party the last week in February or the first week in March. Details will be announced shortly. The Southern Regional Convention, held jointly by the Senior and Junior Clubs, will take place I nMiami on April 24, 25 and 26. Mrs. Murray Grossman will act as general chairman from Junior Hadassah. The Junior Hadassah Glee Club, of which Miss Myra Goodowsky is president, will present several selections during the convention. Esther Argintar gave several Actively participating in me "recent Second Annual Seminary Conference on JewJsh Affairs at the Jewish Theological Seminary were: left to rigrt, Edward M. M. Warburg and Lewis L. Strauss. Fleetwood Hotel, Monday, February 21, at 2:00 o'clock will have for its theme the work of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. Various interesting phases of the varied an manifold work of the organization will be vividly depicted by prominent workers and officials of this area in a series of eleven tableaux which will be presented under the direction of Mrs. Isidor M. Weinstein. Mrs. Herbert Simon will be the narrator and Mrs. Nat Williams will be In charge of the program. Among those participating in the program will be Stanley CMyers, president of the Bureau; Baron de Hirsch Meyer, chairman of the Free Loan Fund, Judge Walter H. Beckham of the Dade County Juvenile Court; Dr. S. Chas. Werblow, George Chertkof, Benj. Le Vine, Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, Mrs. Ida Optner, MrsSamuel Katz, Mrs. Murray Koven. Mrs. s. N. Halpert, Mrs. Benj. Le Vine. Mrs. S. C. Myers, MrsLeo R. Kupper, Mrs. Edward Friedman, Mrs. M. L. Cowen, Mrs. Max Pepper. Mrs. H. I. Magid, Mrs. Ralph Neufeld and Mrand Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Music will be presented by Miss Isabel Friedman and Mrs. Morris Cowen accompanied by Mrs. Melvin Davis at the piano. A cordial invitation is extended to all residents and visitors to attend this affair. Mrs. Bernard Katz, who is Junior-Senior representative, reported several items of interest from the meeting of the Senior organization which she attended. • • • To Hold Meeting The regular meeting of the Chesed Shel Ernes Sisterhood will take place on Monday, February 21, at 2:00 pm., at the Beth David Talmud Torali. Mrs. Isidor Cohen president, urges that all members be present as Important business will be acted on. • • • Organization Holds Election The Pioneer Women's Organiza tlon of Greater Miami elected of fleers at their last meeting and named Mrs. Henry Seitlin, presi dent; Mrs. Rose Dackowitz, recoi .1 ing secretary; Mrs. D. Hendel treasurer. This club meets every two weeks and after the meetings refreshments are served and a program presented. • • • ; Prominent Publisher Visits Here Mr. Gabriel M. Cohen, publisher of the Kentucky Jewish Chronicle, and prominent communal worker if Kentucky and Indiana, visite.d here for several days after which he accompanied his parents hack to their home. Enroute they will visit Tampa. Last Sunday evening. Bob Leers, acting as master of ceremonies, presented "Rosita and Perez" of the "41 Club;" Dorothy Phillips of the "Gay Nineties;" Johnny Barnes of the "Boulevard Club" and Don Durant, popular magician who has appeared in many of the local theatres. JACKSONVILLE'S LARGEST anal FINEST HOTEL MO Iwa MO SOCIETY Concert Is Huge Success One of the most successful events of the season was the appearance of Isa Kremer last Tuesday evening at the Odd Fellows Hall. Sponsored by the Workmen's Circle, Branch 692More than six hundred heard her interpretations of folk songs. Because of Inadequate seating facilities many were turned away. Miss Kremer was accompanied by the renowned master of the piano, Ivan Basllevsky. The committee in charge was headed by Mrs. Henry Seitlin as chairman, and Messrs. B. Rifkin, B. Silver, H. Seitlin, DGross, J. SeiDR. ARTHUR H. COMPTON winner of the 1937 Nobel Prize in science, who is now the newly appointed Protestant co-chairman of the National Conference of Jews and Christians, which is sponsoring the fifth annual observance of Brotherhood Day on February 20th. Dances Given Semi-Weekly Are Popular Hotel Evans, Miami Beach, reports capacity crowds attending their popular semi-weekly dances in the garden patio under the stars. Harris Johnson and his orchestri provide the music for these affairs and entertainment features are presented from various night clubs In Miami Beach. Friedman (our money man) and Sid Segall have helped tremendously. xxx They tell me: that Ben LeVlne (of the membership committee Le Vines) can really get members like nobody's business. Ten or twelve new members a week Is fWt ordinary work for Ben. Boy, If we had more of these membership Levlnes; we would go places or would we? xxx They tell me: that the Antl-Defamatlon League distributed 700,000 pamphlets, 12,000 books and had 5,000 talks delivered during the past year. SINCERE GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day TINGLE PAINT CO. 49 S. W. First Street MIAMI, FLORIDA GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day JOCKEY CLUB BAR 25 N. E. First Street MIAMI, FLORIDA Outstanding work in the sale s of tickets for the Jewish Wei* fare Bureau's Fourth Annual Night of Stars at the Olympia Theatre Monday night, Febru* ary 21st, is being accomplished • > by the woman's committee of which Mrs. M. L. Marcus is chairman. Actively assisting and receiving the plaudits of those interested in the relief of the needy are Mesdames Es* telle Schram, Maurice Jacobs, S. CDavis. Irving Frumkus and Frank Frankel. GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day SAM SLATKO JEFE'SCAEE INC. 1201 West Flagler Street DRINKS or PACKAGE GOODS ffimi;iG JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA • ConvnlcMly locj'ad In th a)onnion buiiMn, abcpplnf anal tkcata. c.il(itl. Evtrv rooaa *n oulnda ft m with f livata balS, (no courl > cticuUtins k .!€', .adio, Ian anal bad .aadinj IMP. Sato ot parlor, bt 'ioon ana* blK. Supario* cyilina and HAiM in The Patio Grill, aaal bi TRa Roo.a.ali RanoWivoaa. All O.i.ida Rooo.-.Na Caara f licalaliaf, lea Wtfff la avtry. taaai -77 Roea..-Snjla •"* p rf*< Ball $2.0044 Room %  $2 50 55 Roomi %  $3.00 66 ROOM $3 50 S3 ROOM $4.00 11 Satan Pa.loe Badioom S Bath %  $6 00 84 Saaipla ROOT, wrtli P.i.a'a 8nh $4 00 %  ,K I.., % %  >< u B.i., lai BaaMf. OaaaaaaaY -v,.„ Aautaata Wall -d A Rob*ft>R.: Meyer Hotel/ WE EXTENT) oi'R HAM) IN' FELLOWSHIP AND GOOD WILL ON Brotherhood Day .1 i A FRIEND GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day M. LIP0W8KY AND FAMILY of the Royal Apartments 221 Collins Avenue MIAMI, BEACH, FLA. 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w PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IS. 193J Jacksonville Notes Mrs. Dora Berman was hostess to her relatives and friends at a reception in her home last Sunday FARM SCHOLARSHIPS ARE NOW AVAILABLE The Applications Committee of The National Farm School is no Zionism Policy Changed (Continued from Page 6) they uuickly read the writing on the wall and understood the W criminal slogan of British 'betrayal of the Jewish people' is no longer heard even from the most sonorous Zionist orators. This change does not, significantly, emanate from understanding of the situation Palestine, but also that they ha" come to realise as they did | n #* interests also outside Palestine and mer years, that there are J eW |, h glandIt started in Poland! that it is criminal to sacrifice them where Zionists seem to be more even for a National Home. i t ^ sane and realistic than anywhere shows that in spite of the outb Uri daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack receiving applications for admission i (holog!cal mea ning of the Peel| e se lt nas 8pre ad to other counof Revisionist irredenta feeling afternoon, in honor of her son and Merman, of Norfolk. Va., who are Kpending their honeymoon here. political. tHeg and it nas even reached Amer-1 connection with the partition o now Palestine, saner counsels and emoto the new term which opens in Report as well as the April. Young men between the Events in Europe for the last two i( a wne re strong forces are agea of IT and 21, having a high I years have also helped considerheard ln 8uppor t of the new pollly. school education or its equivalent and possessing sound physical. democratlc and ftwcltt cam ,, 8 can mental and moral health, are eligible. They must, of course, demonstrate their Interest in agriculture and their determination to make that vocation their life's call-, ing. The National Farm School found-1 there be any doubt where the Jews belong? Is this the time to antagonize one of the few and greatest democratic countries where Jews even if they do have some one Just claims against it in Palestine? Is Palestine really all? Are there no Mrs. David Nussbaum entertained with a lovely tea last week in the home of MrsWilliam Nussbaum. complimenting Mrs. Edward Dobkin, of Charlotte. N. C, who has moved to this city with Mr. Dobkin to reside. Mr. and Mrs. Dobkin are making their home temporarily at Neptune Beach. Presiding at the handsome silver' tea and coffee service during the ed ln 1896 holds the distinction o(her yJta problems in Jewry exafternoon were: Mrs. \V A. Nelles. of bein 8 isu ei n offering to city |cept thoge Q he Nationa i Home? Mrs. M. F. Leake. Mrs. B. Roberts. bo >' s ,he opportunity for agriculThg SODer | ng pi 0 ces8 began and Miss Marion Copping. Miss Wtlma rural training. The course covers 3 Coleman, Mrs. Ervln LMtle, Mrs. ***** '" K e e' al agriculture and Richard P. Taylor, Jr., Mrs. Spenincludes such specializations as orcer Ladd. Jr.. Mrs. Herman Jackcharding. dairying, poultrying. vegson and Mrs. H. ABrodden. Mrs. e,able gardening, farm mechanics. Clarence Nussbaum assisted In serv-! eu Todav when Professions and ing. The honoree was presented | many industries are overcrowded, farming offers unusual opportuniably to make them see the light. Tne prop osal for the establishWith curope rapidly dividing into ment ot a Jewish Dominion is 1 direct result of this new tendency. No such proposal could have been made a few years ago. Whether the plan of a Jewish Dominion is itself advisable or not, the fact tions still prevail ln movement. the Zioni,, still enjoy liberty and equal rights, j of „ 8 proposal shows a great and beneficial change in the Zionist movement. It shows that Zionists have not only awakened to a truer %  with an appropriate gift as a matnbrance of the party. reAt the regular meeting of Junior Hadassah at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday night, in the Seminole Hotel. the cultural committee presented Hairy Gendzier. well known speaker In a short talk entitled. "Wanted—A Prophet in Israel." The! president. Clark Kramer, presided.' In celebration of the completion Of its first year of organization the Business and Professional Women'i Division of Senior Hadassah held a first birthday party last Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Nat Cohen. Miss Miriam Carter presented the programIncluded in the program was a monologue given by Mrs. Sam Bucholz and discussion by Mrs. D. H. Lasarow, president of Jacksonville Senior Hadassah. Refreshments and games were enjoyed. ties for those practically and scientifically trained. The school is located in Bucks County, about 30 miles from Philadelphia, in one of the richest agricultural sections of the State of PennsylvaniaFirst-class dorml: tory accommodations, board, books i etc., are furnished in addition to the training course. Further information and application blanks may be had by addressing the office of the school. 1T01 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. since the middle of 1937 there has been noticeable an important change in the relationship of the Zionist movement to England, and a genuine effort is being made to correct some of the earlier errors. The hysterics about the 'Mandatory Power' have largely ceased; the semiannual outcries about the schedule have not been heard, and that utterly stupid and almost icmurs -.wesr umr<-H Al Nenets R. Howard Roarndorf jltut. — TflikUBJU. — fainU. rgJoUST BROS RY? [**' la the BEST.' ^. M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N C. Fint St. Ph. 2-1M1 FURNITURE MARKET %  33 W FIACLER ST; PHONE 3-4132 GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day DADE REFRIGERATING CO., INC. i 2111 North Miami Avenue j COMPLETE REFRIGERATING } GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day § BANK OF MIAMI SPRINGS HIALEAH, FLORIDA • SINCERE GREETINGS ON BROTHERHOOD DAY WATSON &GARRIS CIVIL ENGINEERS Congress Building Miami, Florida SERVICE PHONE: DAY 2-7868 J GREETINGS ON BROTHERHOOD DAY BECK'S GARAGE 1132 15th Street Miami Beach, Florida PHONE 5-1422 YOU HAVENT USED THAT NERVINE I BOUGHT YOU GREETING8 ON BROTHERHOOD DAY GEO. E. BUNNELL, Inc. CONTRACTOR *9 N. E. 20th Terrace Phone 3-1922 58a N. E. 58th Street Phone 7-2876 r OR.MILES MtRVIlVf tense Nerves Do you feel tense and keyedup? Do the care of the home and children, the obligation of social or community life, the worry of finances, "get on your nerves"? "NERVES" May spell the difference between happiness and misery for you and your family. If you are Nervous, Sleepless, Irritable. Restless, it may be due to an overwrought nervous condition. If so, you wiU find Dr. Miles Nervine a real help. Your Druggist has Dr. Miles Nervine both Liquid and Effervescent Tablets. Why not get a bottle or package and start taking It today? Large bottle or package fl.M Small bottle or package JS y^ERVINEl| WE EXTEND THE HAND OF FELLOWSHIP ON BROTHERHOOD DAY IXIE TIRE<3 101 5.W. FIRST ST. PH0NE-Z-GI33 AS FELLOW AMEBICANS WE GREET YOU ON BROTHERHOOD DAY $ WAGNER BREWING COMPANY WE EXTEND THE HAND OF FELLOWSHIP ON BROTHERHOOD DAY JAMES BETTERIDGE CO., Inc CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 2510 X. W. North River Drive PHONE 2-1467 GREETINGS ON BROTHERHOOD DAY HUBBARD & CO. 1-">li E. Flagler Street MIAMI, FLORIDA WE EXTEND THE HAND OF FELLOWSHIP ON BROTHERHOOD DAY SOUTHERN DAIRIES Locally Produced Milk — Ice Cream Cottage Cheese Qualitf Dairy Products and Cultured Sour Cream PHONE 2-8431



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE NINB MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 8. W. 13th Court; Phone 3 S12 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily: Shacbris at 8 a. m.; Mincha at 5:30 p. in.; Maarlv, 15 minutes after sunset. Sabbatb services: Friday evening at 5:30 p. m.; Saturday morning at 9:30 a. m.; Saturday afternoon at 515 p. m. GUEST RABBI TO SPEAK Rabbi Meyer Freed of the Yeshiva Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theolo gical Seminary and Yeshlva College will address the Sabbath Morning Services this Saturday, February RABBI MAYER FREED 19, before Muesaph. Rabbi Freed enjoys a reputation as a forceful and persuasive speaker and his message is eagerly anticipated. Friday night at 8:15 p. m., Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will lecture >.n "The Once Known Sanctuary." MA2EL TOV Heartiest congratulations and sincere .Mazel Tov wishes are extended to Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro on the birth of their son. May God grant thef much nachos and simcho with their cildreii. Ltoro Ulchopo Ulmasin Tovim. GREETINGS MIAMI TEXTILE WEAVING Genuine Weavers EMMA M1LETTE SHAW 216 N. K. 2nd Ave. Ph3 4183 405 Professional Building i PURIM BALL TO BE HELD The much awaited Purim Ball I of the Ladies Auxiliary is scheduled for March 1st and will be held In the beautiful ballroom of the Miami Women's Club. No effort is spared to make the event an outstanding affair and the committee assures everyone of a most delightful evening. An excellent and popular orchestra will provide I he music and In addition several out standing entertainers of the area will appear In person. Reverting back to an old and much loved custom, the committee in charge is arranging for special refreshment booths where most delicious and dainty refreshments will be on sale Considering the noble cause and the receptlonal fine evening guaranteed, It is hoped that our frends will turn out In extra large numbers. For reservations phone the chalrlady, Mrs. Bucksteln at 2-7059. SPECIAL MEETING An extra special meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held Tuesday night in the synagogue and all members are urged to be sure to be present. Matters of the ball will be finally decided and all are requested to be present. CONGREGATIONAL BOARD MEETS The Board of Directors of the Congregation will meet Jointly with the ladies Auxiliary this Tuesday night, February 22. The meet ing will start promptly at 8:00 p. m. HABANOTH SPONSORS PLAY A most wonderful program of entertainment will be given by the Habanoth Club for Sunday night, February 20 at the Y. M. H. A. clubrooms, 1567 S. W. Fifth street This is a benefit performance and the tickets are only twenty-five cents As the entire proceeds are donated to charity we respectfully urge a large attendance. NURSERY STAKES RACES BEGUN With the nursery stakes starting iMt night. West Flagler Kennel! Club patrons will see the most sen-1 sational young pups in the coun try In actionWith gigantic crowds attending nightly, all records at Miami's only downtown greyhound track will be broken this year. The greatest crowd of the season attended Tuesday night when Sonja Henie, Norwegian Ice skater and movie queen presented a trophy to the owner of Melody Master, who won the classic. The fact that West Flagler has the fastest and the greatest greyhounds in the country this year is shown in the result charts. Dogs at West Flagler the charts show are racing over the 5-16 mile course two seconds faster than those at other tracks. One of the outstanding features Is that even the hurdle dogs race over the hurdles faster than the dogs do over the flat at the other tracks. Court Jester, Miami Moon, Reba Nell, Fame, Melody Master. Mountain Mist, Tempest. Big Laddie and Fancy Jim are Just a few of th< many consistent and sparkling per formers this year. Court Jestei has won nine out of eleven races so far this season. Goodie Goodie Boy has turned out to be the mosl sensational hurdler to ever appear on any trackThe hurdle race is an exclusive feature at West Flagler. Goodie Goodie Boy has won six out of seven starts. Being located at West Flagler and 37th avenue, West Flagler can be reached within ten minutes from any part of Miami. The admission is 25 cents while the bus fare is but ten cents. Busses leave Burdines every ten minutes. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO VISIT DR. R. 8. AKERS DR. H. L. NnonN DR. R. WILLIAMSON CLOSED SATURDAY Open Evenings by Appointment Ph. 2-2131 1764 N. W. 36th St. Greetings on BROTHERHOOD DAY y Basila Grocery Store 26 S. E. 1st Ave. •JOHN BASILA, Prop. GREETINGS A-l KEY SHOP HARRY L. HITTNER Lawn Mower Specialists 8 Hour Service Safe, Gun and Lock Experts 24 Hour Service 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 ^iNiitifiiilHtiiiiiwiiiiiiitiiiiHJuniiiiniiiiNimm ii.tittuuiiimiMiii* GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day I Hardeman & Co. Property Management Real Estate Insurance CONGRESS BLDG. Do You Own Your Home? There never wai 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 ret the beet cogBible information as to its plan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Ins. Agency 1015 Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-3161 Greetings on Brotherhood Day A. A. GARAGE Wheel Aligning "WE STOP SHIMMY" Excess Tire Wear and Hard Steerine—Axles and Frames Straightened Cold ALL WORK GUARANTEED 2344 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-8244 Dining Room 10th at COLLINS AVE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED DELICIOUS CUISINE Under the Personal Supervision of MR. AND MRS. lsidor Evans GREETINGS ON BROTHERHOOD DAY FOR PROMPT SERVICE CALL A BLUE AND GRAY CAB RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT LOWEST MIAMI RATES Call 2-4141 20 N. W. First Avenue 212 N. E. 14th Street PHONE 20718 _J SINCERE GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day S i Dr. Walter K.Foley Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH AS FELLOW AMERICANS WE GREET YOU ON BROTHERHOOD DAY ROMA GENUINE ITALIAN RESTAURANT Food First Grade Service First Class 130 N. E. 2nd Ave, (Second Floor FOR RESERVATIONS: PHONE 2-9670 HURRY BACK TO SELLERS WHITE FLASH SERVICE "YRRl'H KCAB" RALPH J. "RED" SELLERS N. W. Fifth Street at Seventh Avenue PHONE 2-9181 MIAMI, FLORIDA GREETINGS ON BROTHERHOOD DAY Seaboard Smoke Shop and Liquor Store A. G. (BUD) SHIVERS 724 N. W. 22nd Street Opposite Seaboard Station Miami's largest and most complete line of imported and domestic liquors. All advertised prices met. Give us a trial and be convinced. First Class Bar in connection. PHONE 2-9955 BROTHERHOOD DAY AS FELLOW AMERICANS WE GREET YOU LOVETT'S GROCETERIAS MEAT MARKET AND PRODUCE DEPARTMENT 1300 W. Flagler St. 7946 N. E. 2nd Avenue Ponee de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables MIAMI, FLORIDA GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION DL C 1 01 9 ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LBAYB FROM I'll D'lOlL SI 5 Washfaffton Avenae AS FELLOW AMERICANS WE GREET YOU ON BROTHERHOOD DAY MIAMI MONUMENT COMPANY 3253 S. W. 8th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA



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PAGE TEN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IS i 93$ This Thing Called Good Will pie. There are Catholics and Jews and Protestants who, because they are detached from their religious I rootage, create a dangerous vac(Continued from Page 5) ] ^ .^ wWch lWg maIeria ,j sti e. states and parties and churches. %  ^^ s(HU ai re i igloll might flow by which the universe is run. out and Ijlul place jn American life. of whose holy will came the l> wa |Hold your own people to their of chemistry, of physics and ecofaith:" nomics, and socially, the laws of Again, each group should, in its our common life, the laws of the own wa y, lay special emphasis on of the soul, the laws of psys ,„ u i justice. As Msgr. John A. chology and of human relations ijyan DU sanely said. e must While Catholics. Protestants and 1( ia CO mmanlsm at its own game! Jews may not agree in tht detail! Unless the religious forces in Of their religion, they certainly A : ,, g| r ., higher standard of are agreed in a profound conviction welfare for the common man. unthat the principles and rules by less we are going to have the courwbich the universe is run are not ape 10 fipht against injustice, un%  elf-Originated, or that they are less we are mo re concerned to see merely human in their origin. We 0 |, ,. „. nagea are fair, that the believe that they are divine. We portion and condition of working believe that there is a power not men js se cure and humane—unless ourselves that makes for righteousi we are actively and deeply confess. It is in our belief in Cod.: cerne( i about these things, we have and in our common recognition of n0 : gnt (0 c i a im the loyalty and God as our heavenly father, that goodwill of the American public. Catholics and Protestants and Jews ^e believe that a social order basare one. Against that faith stands e( j on religious Ideals and princithe opportunist, shortsighted view ples c0 „],i be more efficient and of-this secular religion which bebecause of being more efficient, lieves that government i I more h'umane than any social ortor the nation, that anything ,],,,. based upon the tyranny and is right which you can accomplish regimentation and ruthlesi by violence without stopping I : ;1 communistic order, or upon the deeper question. What is the fascism. What would I. if I were will of God? :,Industrialist, do? I think! In i place whether we tm „ the first thine I would do is| Protestants, Catholics or Jews ((1 seek I0 se Ure not only efficient we believe that here in America processes, up-to-date machinery, 6 should be a separation of but moral efficiency on the part Church ami State. We believe that 0I my working menIt seems to •t is a possible and reasonable llle in running a school as I do. thing for men so to organize life that the first thing I have to do is •hat in the main the church ma> (0 nave a faculty and student body render the service which it is quait; at are on tne j r toes, and believe 'o perform, so that the State in ,h e school and want to work' also may have its area in which an( j study. Morale is the very,' it is to render its services, and hearr of anv s ,.h 0 ol. I think morthat these two can be adjusted in ale in „ factory is just as import-1 B way that neither will imant am ] t h a t those business orpose ui>on the other. That pringan i za tions and factories which ciple of the separation of Chruch arp he most e ffi cient are B0 be-1 and State and of freedom for each cause they n ave built up morale to operate in its own area, and the y^y know how to enlist the en-; maintenance of both in equal digjhusiasin and confidence and goodi Ity, and equal liberty.—that prinwj!] (U their wor u D g pei ciple is the common conception an Thp t isk of ,,,,, religious forces the basl A erican position of all : „ 8 ( na) foi he commu .| religious people a( large, to build up its morIn the third place, all religious ,;, Protestants and le in this country believe that Jewg ,. an .,,,, commun i. tion which : .s completely and y ,, y ,, Si .„ |y secular is Incomplete. ,. We differ with regard to the way worWnf men haTe opportunities religion is to be brought for he ex] ,, f )lK h the educational pi t living wagei arc paid: IX differences are deep; but deep, hat wor kj„g Dj ai .„ „ e er than these is our common belief eent; hat 8lunw arP abolished; • education is li wltl that n0U8ing conditions are what religion, that somehowa sense ,,. v ou gj,t to of the reality of God. the greal cul, : ? mpha8 M -urai tiadltion of the Bible and civil rights and liberty. If the besl n, the basic principles of, way t0 flgh commuilism | 8 %  Christian and Jewish ethics are ,.,. ... a part of education, and that ai |r|Dg condtt on| ;ate. We must organize soc communism can provide, it i, danger sly one-sided and :e ha he on]v wa jo mate, We must organize socle, ,„„ Jg (o uph<)]d ouy ...^ n su.h a way that there U lb T p ch mh ; ; lorn for religious edu.,,,,. ., ,,..,, 8) nd for fre8dom of on That again is utterly dlsBpeech and of {hf prpsQ ami rded and generally denied by acadeffil( freedom •his rival religion that we face across the seas. In order to promote these things —a recognition of God. the separation of Church and State, and the emphasis upon religion as a part of any complete educational sell—we Catholics. Protestants aril Jews find that we have a great common mandate and common purpose, something which may well hind us together into real and ei-' fective cooperation. In no way j"*""" "~ — !" ~ ~ *•••—•f can we do this unless each group j I in its own area of responsibility \ j GREETINGS | Schools. What happens to the pub-j ,l, c schools when the Fascist move-J iment comes in? Now, I do not ; believe that it is possible to Intro, duce Christianity or Judaism into; ,he public schools, and I am not advocating that. I think we have w face the Problem with full consideration of the historic condltions which exist now in America. \ verv interesting experiment, i "however, is one whereby the children are released from public %  school by request of their parents for certain periods in order that they maf go to nearby churches or svnagogues and receive religious. I instruction which is carefully organised, and done by well-qualified ; teachers. In that way you have a week-day religious instruction which is not given in public schools j by public school teachers for religious instruction cannot be given In the schools. But at the same time it is recognized that educa-| tion without religious instruction is incomplete. Therefore, should we not in some such way as this try to make possible religious education for the children who are in public schools? To my mind. Catholics. Protestants and Jew 8 must cooperate to achieve this. My last suggestion is that these ought to be. in every community of any size at all. a round table or '•clearing house'' of Jews and Protestants and Catholics who will face the local questions that arise and try to allay the irritation and tension which from time to time grow up. and in an educational way, help to make it possible for the leaders of the different groups ROUMANIA WILL MODIFY PROGRAM (Contlnueo from Page 1) "careful examination of Roumanian citizenship acquired after the World War" which means a continuation of Gogas decree for revising the citizenship of J W|; expulsion of such undesirable .| e ments as foreigners who endanger morals of the Roumanian p,rejuvenation of national pride with equal rights and justice for all citizens, such equality to Include all citizens belonging to minorities which settled in Roumania. R. R. ADLER Chairman of the Fourth "Annual Night of Stars" for the benefit of the Jewish Welfare Bureau to be given at the Olympia Theatre. Monday night. February 21ft, beginning at 9:00 o'clock. If these things are maintained, can freedom of worship also be secure. Wi need a free pulpit and for that we must have a free soapbox! If you suppress the man on the soapbox you are paving the way to the day when somebody Will come and suppress the pseacher In the P ilpit. It is very dangerous thai BO II church people, misled by intolerance toward what they consider radical dogmas, should try to suppress them and should think that they ought to silence a man because the ideas he advocates are to get together and discuss these not In agreement with those they questions before they become emothefselves believe. That is very tionally explosive. Each commun"short-sighted view. In a demoity conference might well be In cracy, there should be no favorltcomfunication with the National ism. Only If we maintain all our l Conferense of Jews and Christians, civil liberties shall we also main-' These are great and stirring days lain our religious liberty. The first In which we are living, creative thing that Fascism does is to make days. It is in times of trouble a rubber stamp out of the press like this that a new idea has a and the teachers in the classrooms. ( chance to be heard, and being We have In America a regard for open-minded, just, progressive peoclvll liberties as something to which Catholics, Protestants and Jewg have equal and undisputed and which they must cooperate to maintain, I suggest that we cooperate in a cooperative policy and program in order to maintain religious edui ai on -is a part of education. There is great danger that, if we allow IUS education to drop out of our ; ubllc life, our public schools may be captured by a fascist movement which would make them agencies of the propaganda of a fascist religion. You talk about keeping religion out of the public MIAMI POLICE AND FIREMEN'S CIRCUS TO BE HELD MARCH 7-13 The Miami Police and Firer. n'? Pension Fund Trustees have -anctioned the huge, three ring circus coming to Miami for one week, March 7-12, inclusive, with the greatest array of circus star to gather under the big top Many new and sensational features never seen before in this country have been engaged fc :'he circus. The circus grounds will be located at S. W. Second Avenue and 2nd Street. There will 1 two performances daily starting a1:15 p. m. nights and all matinees it r ting at 2:15 p.m. You can secure tickets by writing direct to Homer A. Hill. Central Fire Station, Miami, V ... It Is advisable to secure t: kets well in advance in order to hnut of avoiding crowds at the last minute. GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day RAY MILLER TAX ASSESSOR MIAMI BEACH t l • I i I t i I I i t i •4 pie. we may learn the fine art of living together peacefully and cooperatively as Catholics. Protestants and Jews. GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day Shenandoah Candies 514 s. W. 22nd Ave. MIAMI. FLORIDA —+ GREETINGS ON Brotherhood D;i ALBINAAPTS. j 1333 X. E. Bayghore < MIAMI, FLORIDA I We Extend the GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day Greene's Employment Agency 425 Alton 1.' MIAMI BEACH. FLA. SINCERE GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day J. W. Watson, Jr. I ity Attorney Miami. Florida I i i i • i t i i I t I i i j We arc all Americans Regardless of Creed i Talley's Food Stores! I We are pleased to si rve ll • Jewish friends al our stores } 1924 NW. 17th Ave. Ph.2-8938 • } 946 N. W. 7th Ave -—? Han-1 (if Fellowship on i t r Ph. 2-8912| r— & Fender Works 931 N. Miami Avenue Collision Specialist has the utmost of approval, co-l jT>-.i;_ui_ 4 A -r i I operation and goodwill from the, Kejiable Auto Body | others. Each should teach the j people in its own respective seg-| | ment of the community that the,| rirst thing they can do is to Rive j their blessing to the other and to! | say to them. "Go to it! Be effi: Due Refinishers—Welding cient and do not allow your secJ TOp Trm.pm ,.„. tion of the community to rrow! I JWC liWAKT, Mgr. GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day WALTON Flooring Co. 229 X. E. 39th Street MIAMI : GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day TILLMAN'S Service Station 1101 8. W. 8th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA Brotherhood Day THE HOUSE OF STOVER 347 X. W. First Avei MIAMI. FLORIDA up into a block of unchurched peo-j I Phone 3-1005 GREETINGS OX Brotherhood Day U. S. Welding and Iron Works 428 X. W. Rrst Court MIAMI GREETINGS OX Brotherhood Day MCDOWELL MOTOR SALES -"•"' X. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA As Fellow Americans We Greet You on Brotherhood Day SPUR BAR 801 X. E. First Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1938 THE JEWISH FL0R1DIAN PAGE ELEVEN Advertising Project Is Sponsored Fifty of the nations principal hotels are helping to advertise the advantages of South Florida this year through distribution of some 50,000 colored postcards bearing an illustration of an aerial view of Miami Beach, and also by displaying in their lobbies a large framed photograph of the same scene. The hotels include one or more in most of the larger cities through out the eastern states and include the Fark Central of New York, La Salle of Chicago, Willard of Washington. Bellevue-Stratford of Philadelphia and Netherland-Plaza of Cincinnati. Distribution of the photographs and r>ostcard8, and obtaining the co-operation of the hotels was accomplished by Jack Rice, publicity director of the Miami Beach Kennel Club, which sponsored the project. Rice traveled more than 6.000 miles in his tour of the East, interviewed scores of hotel managers and transportation officials during the summer in preparation for the campaign. The larger passenger stations of the Eastern Air Lines, Seaboard Air Line Railway. Atlantic Coast Line Railway, Pennsylvania Railway. Illinois Central and Southern Railways now are displaying prominently the air view of Miami Beach, showing Its shores crowded -with bathers. In the foreground SNOW TIME SUN TIME ... WHEELER URGES HELP FOR JEWS Contrasting scenes in the North and in Miami Courtesy Miami Beach Kennel Club of the picture appears the Miami Beach Kennel Club, the racing plant built by Tex Rickard, and one of the landmarks of Miami BeachIn appreciation for their co-operation in displaying the photographs of Miami Beach the hotels and transportation companies will be given advertising space in the dally program of the Miami Beach Kennel Club, during Its 90-day winter greyhound meet. Society SENSATIONAL MARINO High wire walker, one of the many outatanding acts with the police and firemen's pension fund 3-rlng circus here March 7-12, inclusive. GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day DR. J. H. KEENE OPTICAL CO. See Keene for Keen Sight Seybold Bldg. MIAMI, FLORIDA —. GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day WALT HAYES Service Station 944 Biseayne Boulevard MIAMI, FLORIDA GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day R. C. FLEEMAN Agent MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH AND ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION, OMAHA 511 Security Bldg MIAMI, FLORIDA GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day $ JOHN A. MOORE and BISCAYNE Engineering Co. 218 N. E. Second Avenue Visits Relatives Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Homa have as their guest her neice, Miss Deborah Cohen, of Superior, Wis. • • Entertains at Farewell Luncheon Mrs. If. B Frank and Mrs. Morris Dubler will entertain at a luncheon at the Savoy Plaza Hotel next Tuesday, February 22, at noon in farewell to their sister. Mrs. Kate Rapp, of Brooklyn, N. Y., who has been spending sometime here as their guestSixty guests have been invited to attend. Mrs. Rapp will leave for her rome the following day. • • • Arrives Here for Visit Mr. Dave Kahn, of Elizabeth, N. J., a former resident of Miami for many 'years, is spending several weeks here. He is accompanied by a brother-in-law, MrM. Gentzer. Mrs. Moses Epstein, National President of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, and one of the most prominent figures In the movement in America will arrive here next Thursday, February 24, in the interest of the Youth Allyah movement which Hadassah has been sponsoring the past several years Mrs. Epstein will be the guest of the Board of Directors of the local chapter at luncheon In the Alamac Hotel that afternoon. Reservations for this event may be made with Mrs. Max Dobrin. She will thereafter address several meetings WE EXTEND HEARTIEST GREETINGS MOORE FURNITURE CO. Inc. N. E. 2nd Ave. at 40th St. Sincere Greetings on Brotherhood Day LEON'S, INC. "Dick" Corrigan, Mgr. Purveyors of FINE FOOD 425 W. 41st Street MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA which will be announced later. She will close her stay in Miami with an address at the annual Donor's luncheon on Mondap. February 28, at the Town Casino Club at 1:00 o'clock. Reservatlos for this donor's luncheon may be made with Mrs. Gertrude BerlinMrs. Epstein a gifted speaker, is a native of Worcester, Mass., taught English in the Julia Richman High School and for more than twenty years has served in the Zionist movement. From 192R until 1934 she served as national secretary of Hadassah and last sumfer headed the Hadassah delegation to Zurich, Switzerland. (Continued from Page 1) declared, further, that the "Christian world has no alternative bht to speak out in a clear voice against every fundamental tenet of other reason than a selfish one" and that In his opinion, "on the basis ot International justice, the United States must be deeply concerned In the plight of world Jewry. In view of the critical need of many Jews in Central and Eastern Europe, in view of the tremendous pressure which they have to bear from anti-Semitic forces and in view of the fact that Palestine is the only country in the world that has admitted large numbers of Jews and can continue to admit tens of thousands of others who seek a refuge there, the United States should exert its influence in favor of allowing a maximum Jewish immigration into Palestine. Greetings on Brotherhood Day MIAMI POULTRY EGG CO. 1145 S. W. 8th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA GREETINGS ON "^ Brotherhood Day MARTIN'S GROCERY AND MARKET 2542 S. W. Eighth Street GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day i£ THE LITTLE INN 101 S. E. First Avenue STEAKS — CHOPS CHICKEN DINNERS y* Ase Fellow Americans We Greet You on Brotherhood Day MIAMI WRECKING CO. 132 N. W. 20th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA GREETINGS Twin Oak Grille Sea Food—Chops—8teaks 30c—40c—50c Dinners Parking Space 628 S. W. 2nd Ave. — Miami GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day Wander's Kosher Market 1413 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. I L GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day NU-ENAMEL MIAMI CO. 33 N. W. First Street MIAMI, FLORIDA Sincerest Greetings on Brotherhood Day Florida Barber Supply Co. 129 S. Miami Avenue MIAMI, FLOORTDA Heartilv Endorsing the BROTHERHOOD MOVEMENT Watch for the Fuller Brush Dealer The Quality Line for Homes, Hotels, Apartments We appreciate the past patronage of our Jewish Friends THE FULLER BRUSH CO. 210-211 Postal Bldg. Ph. 3-3014 Sincere Greetings on Brotherhood Dav OSCEOLA MARKET 2293 S. W. 17th Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA



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1 PAQ1 TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, i 93s Visits In Miami Mr. and Mrs. Saul B. Optner visiting here as the guests of listen Mrs. Ida Optner, and will remain here for several weeks Rabbi Hat Visitor Mrs Sarah Bchonteld, wife of Rabbi Dr. Lazarus Schoufeld. if fie Foi Street Synagogue. Bronx N. Y.. formerly chief Rabbi of Transylvania, is visiting her sonin-law and daughter. Kabbl and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff. of Reth Jacob Congregation. Miami Roach. and will remain here for MTeral weeks, CEEfY :*s*ss*S2J Ornstein. Prominent Guest Is Honored Judge Morris Rothenberg, trip were Mr. and Mrs. Charles of boys and girls from the ages of ( outstanding work in the sale • 16 to 20 years and all boys and ( ^ UvMU fgr tne Jewisn W elgirls who are Interested are cor( ^ Burea(J ., Fourth Annual | T o Ho|d 0pen Meeting rially invited to attend the regular ( Njflht ^ gtars at he 0 i ympi a • The y w H Awi n hold an meetings which are held WrTj, Thea t re Monday night, Febru•(„„,,„ mee ting this Tuesday evenof Sunday evening at Kaplan Hall. ;, >ry 2ut j$ bejnfl accornp ijshed &f > • • • by the woman's committee of Ladies Auxiliary Will Meet j • which Mrs. M. L. Marcus is • The Ladies Auxiliary of the chairman. Actively assisting Jewish Welfare Rureau will have • and receiving the plaudits of New Yorn. internationally famous t ieir nlonthlv mee ting at the Fleet-'' those interested in the relief of Zionist worker and former pres.^ ^^ Kobruary ,, f| at 8:00 p. m. The emetlng this month "ill be Mother and Daugh1 ter Day. the program will be under j the direction Ol Mrs. Isidore W< instein an.l Mrs. Nat Williams. Anyone wishing tickets for the America. Was the guest of honor at a reception held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff last Tuesday afternoon, attended by prominent Jewish resideuts and visitors of this area. Receiving the guests were Mrs. Harry Rubin, M l Morris Rubin, Mrs. Sam Dimonhoff and Mrs. Anna Brenner Mankes. At the tea tables Mrs. Max ixibrin and Mrs Joseph Deckowitz poured tea. Floral decorations reminiscent of Palestinian scenes were placed about the home and informal discussion of Zionist matters were enjoyed by the guests About one hundred and tlftj called during the afternoon. the needy are Mesdames Es• telle Schram. Maurice Jacobs, • S. C Davis. Irvjng Frumkus • &f and Frank Frankel. op. Jug. February 22, at the Y clubrooms. All members and their friends are cordially invited to attend the meeting and a social hour will followA program will be presented on Washington's Birthday. • • • annral Night if Stars to be held on February II, will please contact the ticket chairman, Mrs. M. I. Marcus, or any of the Hoard Mem!' Anyone wishing the Strudel Leaves pjease contact Mrs. Samuel Halpert, her telephone number Is 84018. Play To Be Presented The Habonoth Club of Miami, affiliated with the National Habowedding cake as the centerpiece, j noth Clubs, and sponsored locally Rabbi Moses Mescheloff recited by the Miami Jewish Orthodox the.invocation. During the even-; Congregation, will present an ening traditional wedding melodies tertainment and play at the clubCantor Mamches and Cantor Kelrooms of the Young Men's Hebrew were sung by the guests, led by Association. 1567 S. W. Fifth street efer. Rabbi Addresses were made by Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi slcal saw. Miss Hana Maclc sang several songs, and EAlbert Pallot gave several clever readings. Games were played and prizes were awarded, and at midnight a buffet supper was served. Guests pnesent were: Miss Rena Nruborg, Sam Block, Miss Dorothy Resnick, Dr. Harold Rand, Miss Gertrude Mandell Murray Schwartz Miss Lenore Kaplan, Miss Hanna Mack. Larry Schwartz, Miss Norma Simpson, Harry Schwartz, Sydney Hollander, Miss Dora Rosenhouse. E. Albert Pallot, Miss Ida Safer, Abe Silver, Arthur Splro, Nate Silverman, Sam Spector, Dr. George Colman, Miss Molly Engler, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldstein, Mrand Mrs. Herman Leiberman. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ornstein and Mrs. Sam Shindell. B'nai B'rith to Celebrate Celebrating Washington's Birthday. Sholem Lodge of B'nal B'rith will tender a gala night of entertainment at the Alamac Hotel. Miami Reach, next Wednesday evening. February 23, beginning at 8:15 o'clock. Judge Hy Roth, former municipal judge of Orlando, and president of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges will be the guest speaker in a short Sunday evening, February 20. beginning at S o'clockThe play is Morris Halpern. Rabbi Max Sha I being coached by Mrs Sam Tan^^ ^/^ of '"the ££ piro. Rabbi M. Graynerman, Rabbi nenbaum. The public is extended Abraham A Kellner, Rabbi Mayer 1 a cordial invitation to attend and 1 Freed. Ephraim Kaplan, noted enjoy a pleasant evening. Wedding Is Solemnized :>h writer and a member of the With an au more than staff of the Jewish Morning JourHonors Daughter's Birthday • 'four hundl nda i" attendance nal and M Bernstein, prominent Mr. and Mrs. .lake Engler enterSon is Born to Rabbi | the marriage of Miss Malvina Krae attorney of Detroit, Mich. Mr. J. tained at a surprise party in honor Rabbi and Mrs. Max SI mer. daughter of Mr. and Mr?. L. Sbochet was I astmaster and ,„• their daughter. Miss Ida Engreceiving ion--. as on the Samuel Kraemer, of Mt. Clemens, introdu ed thi speakers. Tre traler, who eel her twenty-first birth of a son last Sunday r Mich., and Rabbi David Klein, of ditional Sheva Brochos chanted by j„ entertaining by another daughal the Alton R solemnized in Rabbi Moses Mescheloff followed birthday. The hosts were assisted Beacr. Mother and baby a • restthi pal of the Tides H las) brief word of thanks by the ter Mlsj Molly Engler, Mrs Sam ing nicely. The Bris will bi held ruesday night Rabbi Dr. Bernard groof, Rabbi David Klein, after s % %  Mrs. Herman Leiberman Sunday with Rev. B, D. Mindel Revel, president of the Rabbi 1 ilch the Hatlkvo was Sevand Mrs. Charles Ornst. ag as the Mohel, and member! • • i ihiva and thi v undred telegrams were reA valentine motif was used family nnd College officiated with Rabbi Moscell from many institutions of throughout the decorations, ref es Mescheloff, Rabbi Morris Ha'.learning throughout the world and Ir ,ents and favors. I ia Yeshiva, Rabbi many friends. Officers of Reth A novel feature of the evening Mayer Freed of the Yeshlva. Rabbi Jacob Congregation with which the wa ,-., e birthdav cake which was Miss Fruma Wiener, of New Graynerman of Jerusalem. Cantor groom is associated who attended n the sh ape of a post-card with .'.;. K ; H!..m ^.l ,..'?,. f'.^ 8 MaUr,Ce M m C"_> Bele Kelwere Mr. Harry Wasserman. actthe name and a(ldres8 of the hon friends attending. Leaves For Home s,ured at the door. This organization is .. ... .stamp. The honor guest was the >ew ^or.K n of onor The through Florida to return some rB Hr.int n f m nv %  „. %  „,.,„ Junior League to Give Dance n WM Bttend ed hy Mr. nnd Mrs time today. The couple will make Fn ainm t H .? The Junior League of Temple IsHarry K.s, h.c.go. Followtheir home in Miami until after ln ?J jt C 1^' will sponsor a dance on Sat|„g !he ceremony which was perthe Passover Holldav. and will "!*"„*". M urda, evening, February 19, at 8:00 | .-ed undethe traditional canthen go to Mt. Clemens. wZ\ — h g a ^ elections on a mur m. Miss Betty Llebllng is in 0 py. and candli vice, sevwhere the groom will associate' charge of arrangements and anfive relatives and close Mends hlfself with his father-in-law in the Bounce, that tickets are arallabl tm \\y atl wedding management and operation of the Russian Room of the Olympla Hotel and Mineral Baths. %  '• T %  tables were • • • composed b. ted with a huge Concludes Visit Mrs. Kate Rapp, of Brooklvn. N. Y who has been visiting her sis! ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank, for the past! several weeks will leave for her! home Wednesday. • • • Arrives For Visit Here Mr. and Mrs. Herman Leiberman and son. Donald, of Brooklyn, N, Y.. arrived here to spend the season and are residing at the Taft HotelMrs. J. Engler. cousin of theirs, will entertain for them. Accompanplng them here on their in Florida. The Cinema Casino will present its entire vaudeville show during the evening and dancing will follow the entertainmentRefreshments will be served through the courtesy of the Family Jacobs of the Alamac Hotel who are also providing the music for the dancing. The observance of Washington's Birthday is an annual affair with the Lodge to which members, their family and friends are invited. Everything is free and no appeals or collections are permitted. It Is part of the social work of the Lodge which Is under the direction of E. Albert Pallot, chairman Of the entertainment committee. 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mmmBSm^ FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE This Thing Called Good Will (Continued from Page 1) Kainpi," and the Fascists have it in the writings and sayings of Mussolini. Ail religions have their symbols In liturgy and ritual an.' t o has this religionRussia has the hammer and sickle, Germany ,he swastika, Italy the bundle of r ods with an axe in the middle. And ,, B e religions have liturgical prac.,,.,is, salutations like "Hell Hitler" uniforms and the Binging of religions hymns. They also have ritual observances—the meetings of the Young Communist League in Red Square in Moscow, the burning of books in Nuremburg, in Germany, by the Nazis; the parades of ihe Italian army, show how dramatic these things are, how emotional .aid stirring are the liturgies and the rituals of this rival religion. Both ChrMuJans and Jews ;have been concerned for the education t children. The schools have come up out of the synagogue and the church. And this rival religion has also shown its instinctive feeling for the importance of education by taking over the educational urogram wherever it came into power, and using schools and other centers of education for ruthless and unscrupulous propaganda where not truth but the dogmas of sen particular type of totalitarian state is exploited. Christianity and Judaism have special groups for certain purposes, monastic orders, associations and brotherhoods. This rival religion has its special groups, too. It even has what corresponds to a church. This is called a "party" but the things required of members of the party are much of the same as are required of members of a church. They must believe in the party doctrines and support of the party program. There is a certain rather remarkable purtanical stern ness about the "party." I understand that Stalin and Hitler neither smoke nor drink, and that they require of their party members and of the youths who are candidates for the "party" a certain Spartan self-restraint from the ordinary pleasures of the world. It is very significant and most interesting, that the Messianic idea also appears. This is originally a Jewish ideaJesus is the Messiah of the Christians. But I suppose it would be unfair to say" that Karl Marx is the great messlah of that particular brand of this rival religion known as Communism while Hitler is the messiah of the Nazis and Mussolini of the Fascists. Every religion has the missionary spirit, and this rival religion is profoundly missionary • In Italy, it is aggrandizement of Italy, so that it will control all the land around the Mediterranean sea and reestablish the Roman EmpireIn Germany it is to bring all people of German blood everywhere under the control of the German government. And among the Communists It is to make nothing less than the whole world Communistic. And so you have this missionary motive, which is also characteristic of true religion. In this secular religion are even the weaknesses of religion.. There are the same tendencies to intolerance—those faults that have dogged the steps of true religion and have weakened it. These were directed against the martyrs of the Christian faith, and the less known but equally great martyrs of the Jewish faith, as they confronted the paganism of the aSclbnt Roman emperors and the persecutions of Nero and Justinian. Will this Nero-Paganism come to America? I think it is not likely to come to America if we face this great emergency intelligently, and unless there is a large element of the American public that Is withFOR THE GEORGE WASHINGTON BALL Left: An airy dress of net from a romantic group starred for southern nights. Right: white dinner jacket and black dress trousers in the southern tradition for men. Both Sunshine Fashions from a famous collection at Burdine's Lincoln Road. out any other religion. The thing that will invite people to adopt this rival religion will be a religious vacuum. People need something to suffer for. They need something that appeals to their | idealism, something that they will sacrifice forAnd if Protestantism and Cetholicism and Judaism can supply this for the whole public, then this other religion will have hard work to win converts. But if there are large blocks of the population that have no active relationship with the church, then you have a large and possibly increasing multitude of people in the community who have no vital religion to which they give love and devotion. And that kind of vacuum—that hunger and need for religion—might furnish the opportunity for a rival secular religion to come in All this has some direct application to the question how interfaith cooperation can serve the American public. Against this background of secularism and nat-, ionallsm we ought to realize that as Catholics and Protestants and Jews we have more In common than we have ever realized before. We have at least three things in common. First, we all have a common faith In a God who is above all (Continued on Page 10) Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page 3) recordings free to any station calling for them, is finding inquiries fewer and fewer. Julius B. Braun, a private detective who calls himself the agent of Mrs. Bruno Richard Hauptman, is peddling a scheme by which commercial firms can sell their products to German-Americans and help Mrs. Hauptman at the same time. XXX EVERYBODY'S AFFAIRS They're INttlng even money in Albany that Governor Herbert HLehman will be a candidate to succeed himself this year%  %  %  He wants to be the first man to serve ten years as governor—and, besides, the conservative Democrats have sold him the idea that only he can prevent a radical pro-Roosevelt man from getting the nomination and thus assuring the election of a Republican. The Times Square restaurant bought by ex-heavyweight champion Jimmy Braddock and his manager, Joe Gould, was formerly a kosher eatery. It'll be renamed Inn Braddock's Corner. %  Leonard Lyons, the New York Post columnist, tells the story that when the non-Aryan Gould was negotiating with Berlin for a Schmellng-Braddock -fight he discussed terms with Joe Goebbels, Hitler's clubfoot propaganda genius. ... "I want $400,000 in cash," said Gould over the transatlantic phone. "Agreed," came the reply. "All expenses paid," continued Gould. "Agreed." said Goebbels. "An American referee," added Braddock's Jewish manager. "We consent," Goebbels answered, a bit impatiently. "What else do you want, Mr. Gould?" ... Joe is said to have taken a deep breath before making his final demand: "We also want equal rights for the Jews in Getmany." .... There was a pause, and then the sweet voice of the transatlantic operator was heard to say: "Your party has disconnected, Mr. Gould." Francis Edward Faragoh's play about child labor in the South, "Sunup to Sundown," closed after only seven performances, but it served to remind Broadway that young Sidney Lumet, who made such a big hit in "The Eternal Road," olav hasholom, is one of the greatest kid actors of all times. .... When Mrs. Elizabeth Friedman succeeded in breaking up the biggest opium smuggling gang ip Canada she added another feather to the Friedman family's record as ace cryptoanalysts. Mrs. Friedman is the chief code solver of the U. S. Coast Guard, and her husband. Lieutenant-Colonel William F. Friedman, holds a similar post with the U. S. Army Signal Corps. • She was loaned to the Canadian government for this particular Job. Omaha is bragging of a new Nathalia Crane In the person of Dorothy Romonek, who crashed the 1937 anthology at the ripe age of six.. Hollywood's plan to film the life of Haym Salomon has been shelved temporarily but there is talk of a screen version of the life of the great actress Rachel .... Lia Rosen, former Reinhardt star now living In Palestine. Is being considered for tho stellar rolePRUNE MEAT TZIMMES 1 pound prunes. 1 pound brisket, cut Into small pieces. 6 medium sweet potatoes. 1 teaspoon salt. 1-8 teaspoon pepper. 1-2 Cup Honey. 1-2 lemon. Wash the prunes and place in a pot with the meat. Add salt and pepper. Cover with cold water and simmer until the meat Is almost done. Slice or dice the potatoes and add with the honey and lemon juice. Cover and place in the oven until the potatoes are very soft. Sugar can be substituted for honey and the potatoes can be half sweet and half Irish or all Irish. Strangely enough, this is a good Jewish dish.



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! PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Officers of the 1938 United Palestine Appeal Campaign DR. STEPHEN S. WISE Chairman, Exacutiva Commit** DR. ABBA HILLEL SILVER Nation*! Chairman NATIONAL CO-CHAIRMEN LOUIS LIPSKY Chairman, Adminiirrativ* Committee %  v-m RABBI SOLOMON GOLDMAN DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN HAROLD JACOBI HONORARY CHAIRMEN JUDGE MORRIS ROTHENBERG Alfrad M. Cohan Gov. Harbarl H Lahman Jud 9 a Julian W. Mack Nathan Straus Hanriatta Siold Samual Untarmyar Rabbi Barnart R. Bricknar Vica-Chairman Abraham L Liabovitx Atsociata Traaiurar ARTHUR M. LAMPORT Traaiurar VICE-CHAIRMEN Louif Rimslty A*'iat Traaiurar Laon Gallman Vica-Chairman '.• %  > i.,v'n Jud^a W-,. M l*.i, Judo, J 0 ..oh B. P.„ki Mlchaal Schaao Elihu D. Ston THE WORLD'S (Continued from Page 4) aBTy true here—how deeply and overwhelmingly true Is it of those lands in which the mortal Block Death of this disastrous age is raging like a conflagaratlon. It is as an American liberal—it needs no more—that I am shocked, smitten, riven in the substance of my very soul by that recent cry of j the Reichsvertretung der deutschen Juden, of those people but the other day so pr 0 ud, so cultured, so deeply | man is good enough to rule another and no majority is good enough patriotic, pleading with their evil masters not to rob them of the last crust they have, pleading that though the young and strong could emigrate, there were thousands who must remain till death in that fiery furnace which was once their beloved fatherland. And at the | same time these tragic people ad, dressed a prayer to the governors 'of the British empire not to close the gates of Palestine, not to diminish Palestine as a Jewish home land, not to rob them of their one, their ultimate hope. It is the one. the ultimate, the unique hope. It would be even though the gates of the other lands of the world were open instead of sealed. For we have agreed merely as American liberals, that n 0 to rule a minority. And therefor it would be but to prolong millenj ial agonies and sins to send the David Warthaim I Jews of Germany and Poland and Roumania to other lands, to the mercy of other majorities, to other I majorities, to other turnsof that ; fatal historic wheel. There is but one place to send them; there is but but one place for them t o go; that place is homeAnd if you ask me to define home I can do so In the immortal words of that dear and precious American poet and good friend of mine Ribert Frost: "Home it the place where, when you no there, they have to take you in." Home for a people is a land where the power-relations are such that people can never become a minority and thus the object and not the subject of the total historic acterlstics, be what they may be process; home for a people is a land in which its traits and charFRIDAY, FEBRUARY are norm and normal, not strange and estranging, a warping or a reproach. Home for a people i s a land where soil and sky, where hill and plain, where mountain and star witnessed its becoming a people, witnessed the birth of its fyth. speech, geniua. There l s no other homeland for any people And where any other people even like the Jewish people hopelessly driven out into the wilderness of constant powerlessness and minor>• status In a world that ls neither just nor humane nor merciful hat people, like my peoplei „ ke the Jewish people, would have to strive ar ,d struggle and wander unti it could regain and rebuild the Zion of i, 8 fumitoent first in j t8 '*e the Jewish Peop e naye to gQ ls 193ft Zionism's Changing (Continued from Page 4) greatest Haman. In America i particular where the old traditj of the Yankees and the newer t** dition of the Irish to twist HM tail of the English lion still p' 1 vailed, the custom of the Zioni?, orators to thunder against Bria,h Imperialism' and the -perfidioiu British diplomacy of divide and conquer' became the mo st fashion, able thing. This was naturally bound t u hay, an effect on the British Government and even on the people. Th endless cries of •betrayal,' the (requent anti-British demonstration and meetings of protest in Warsaw Lodz and New York, the outburst, at Zionist Conferences and Congresses gradually tended to undermine the somewhat romantic sympathy for the Jews which had exi isted in England. In official circles ln Palestine this took the form of a certain frigidity and aloofness of which the English are past masters and which was of course in. mediately denounced as anti-Semitism. What is more, this unpleasant feeling, whether Utl-Semittaj or not, has spread from Palestine to official and even unofficial London. There is now a certain amount of antipathy to the Je in England which can certainly be traced to Palestinian soun i there is of course, not the B tig .%  est doubt in the minds of those wni> know the English, that one of the reasons for the Peel proposal for the partition of Palestine is that official England Is tired not only of Arab riots and terror, but also of Jewish carping criticism. The Peel Report made this simply clear. To the world at large that report was the cinfirmation of the existence of a painful ArsoJewish problem. But the truth of the matter is that the Peel Report established the exlsence of another problem, that of the English amf the Jews. There is no denying tie fact that Jewish relationship with the English, too, has been strained for the last twenty years an! there is now no less need for a better understanding with tho English than with the Arabs. 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%  %  % % % %  MaHibh wJewisli Florid fan > gggga F#?c Jewish Unity 3&JL AMAAFUA WjudULy VOLUME II.—NUMBER 6. WHEELER URGES HELP FOR JEWS MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS New York, (WNS)—The United States should exert Its Influence In favor of allowing maximum Jewish immigration into Palestine. United States Burton K. Wheeler of Montana declared in an address before more than 1,000 delegates attending a conference which marked the launching of the United Palestine Appeal campaign in Brooklyn. Declaring that the forces which seek the destruction of the Jewish people also seek the destruction of defocracy and Christianity, Senator Wheeler called upon "enlightened America" to come to the aid of the rebuilding of Palestine "which would regenerate the Jewish peopleBitterly assailing the persecution of Jews in Germany, Poland, Roumania and elsewhere, the Montana Senator said that anti-Semitism "Is In fact anti-democracy. He said that "the Jewish people have more than satisfied our faith in their creative %  endeavor" and that "the Jewish people needs Palestine more than ever." In the course of his address he asserted that he was "horrified by the un-Christian conduct of much of the world today in its treatment of the Jewish people" and asked "what is the Christian world doing to prevent this degradation and crucifixion of a whole people. The philosophy of anti-Semitism Is against every fundafental tenet of Christianity. If the Christian world will not stand up In defense of this inhuman outrage against simple Justice then it will be as much at fault as those dark forces." He (Continued on Page 11) "NIGHT OF STARS" ON MONDAY NIGHT TO BE GALA EVENT "The success of the Fourth Annual Night of Stars" said R. RAdler, general chairman of the committee of the Jewish Welfare Bureau in charge of this event, "depends entirely upon a realization on the part of the general public and particularly of Greater Miamians of the importance of the work of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. "If we are to continue to provide food and shelter for the underprivileged, for the poor and the distressed," continued Mr. Adler, "then the glorious opportunity afforded Miamians and visitors to give to charity and at the same time provide themselves with an evening of entertainment unobtainable elsewhere, should be taken advantage of Immediately. We have arranged a delivery service to hotels and homes. If members of the ticket committee are called or a call made to 5-2326; tickets may also be purchased from the box office of the Olympla Theatre." Harry Richman, chairman of the entertainment committee announces that stars of the radio, stage and screen who will provide a four hour's continuous show Monday night, February 21, at the Olympla Theatre, beginning at 9:00 o'clock, will Include Jack Dempsey and the entire floor show of Dempgey's, Georgie Price, Eddie Garr, famous a TEN COMMANDMENTS OF GOOD WILL" 1. I will honor all men and women regardless of their race or religion. 2. I will protect and defend my neighbor's children against the ravages of racial or religious bigotry. 3. I will exemplify in my own life the spirit of goodwill and understanding. 4. I will challenge the philosophy of racial superiority by whomsoever that philosophy may be proclaimed, be those persons kings, emperors, dictators or demagogues. 5. I will refuse to join or be identified with any organization that has for its purpose the spreading of anti-Semitism, anti-Catholicism, or antiProtestantism. 6. I will do more than live and let live; I will live and help live. 7. I will protest against every manifestation of racial or religious prejudice. 8. I will, until my dying day, establish comradeship with all those who seek to exalt the spirit of love and reconciliation throughout the world. 9. I will not be misled by the lying propaganda of those who seek to set race against race or nation against nation. 10. I will be all things to all men; to the Jew I will be a Jew, to the Christian, a Christian, nor will I be divorced from this purpose by threats of personal violence or of social ostracism, so help me God. ROUMANIA WILL MODIFY PROGRAM Bucharest, (WNS) — The joy of Roumanian Jewry over the collapse of the ruthlessly anti-Semitic cabinet *>f Octavlan Goga, a Joy which found expression In dancing In the streets of many cities and prayers of thanksgiving In the synagogues, proved short-lived as King Carol's military dictatorship, operating through the medium of a cabinet of reactionaries and royal favorites headed by the frankly anti-Semitic patriarch of the Orthodox Church, Premier Miron Christea, announced that virtually the entire anti-Jewish program promulgated during Coca's 44-day tenure would be carried out. The sole difference is that under the present regime anti-Jewish measures will be effected with more caution, less spectacularly, without violence and with due consideration to their Immediate effect on foreign public opinion and on domestic economy, which had been seriously undermined by Goga's anti-Jewish policy. The new regime's program, public in a 14-point manifesto drafted at a meeting of the cabinet council presided over by King Carol, made it plain that antl-Semltlsm would continue to be a cardlnaal principal of the government. The points in the manifesto dealing specifically with Jews provide for (Continued on Page 10) THIS THING CALLED GOOD WILL By DR. ALBERT W. PALMER Purchasing tickets for the Jewish Welfare Bureau's "Night of Stars" from MlM Bunny Hallow, at left are Heywood Broun, noted columnist, and Wm. Vincent Dwyer, noted sportsman. mimic, Frances Faye, famous singer, the complete show of the Club Continental, Joe Lewis. Bennle Fields, Blossom Seely, Dan Healy, Cross and Dunn, Chick Endor, Charlie Farrell and all the night clubs ensembles In the South Florida area. From all indications this show will outshine In excellence and entertainment the successful and outstanding shows presented In the three previous "Night of Stars" which the Jewish Welfare Bureau has sponsored. The president of the Chicago Theological Seminary and one of the nation's leading liberal churchmen, analyzes in this special article for Brotherhood Day this thing called good will and explains how, and why, Jews, Catholics and Protestants should work together to keep America from Communism and Fascism. —The Editor. There is a new motive for inducing Catholics, Protestants and Jews to work together in the American community, a motive which comes out of the present situation in the world, because for the first time since 1683, when John Sobieski with his Polish legion drove the Turks away from the walls of Vienna, a dangerous rival religion is attacking us on our own territory—a rival relgion which Is equally hostile to both Jews and Christians. This rival religion is secular nationalism. It is the worship of the totalitarian stateIt is the substitution of the government for God as the final arbiter of conscience. This is a menacing and vital fact, for in our own day it has practically crushed religion in Russia, it has religion with Its back to the wall In Germany, and I suspect that things are not altogether comfortable for religion In Italy. Some may object to my calling this thing religion, but no one will deny that It posseses certain qualities which characterize religion. All religions are divided into denominations. Christianity is divided among tlie Roman Catholic, Greek Orthodox, and Protestant bodies. Protestantism in turn, is divided into many denominations— Baptists. Lutherans, Methodists, etc. Even Jews are divided into Orthodox, Conservative and Reform. It seems to be characteristic of religions to divide into denominations. One of these denominations is Fascism, another Naziism. onother Communisim. If we, in America, should develop some new kind of denomination of this rival religion, we shall probably call it some high-falutin' name such aa "Americanism," or "Waahingtonianlsm.' Religions are characterized also by the possession of a sacred literature, a Bible. The Communists have what corresponds to this, for them, in Marx's "Das Capital." the Nazis have it in Hitler's "Me'.n (Continued on Page Five) 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.



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V 1'AGE TWELVE THE JEWISH FLORIDIAM, FRIDAY, FBBRUABY 18, 19 38 CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi MAURICE ^^MCHES.^C.nt.r 326 Jefferson Avenue 7W .Sjono 5-2013 'Phone 6-132S SYNAGOGUE SERVICES I tors was held at the Rabbis home Daily at 7:00 and 8:00. Mincha Wednesday afternoon. %  froul 0:00 to 5.45. Maariv til. 7:00 P ,o g re S s in furn sh.ng; thet Rabbis p. mdaily. SABBATH office, and our new Hebrew School classrooms were given. The SisterFriday evening at 5:30 and 8:00. hood pledged Itself to Je^cleSaturday morning at 7:00 and 9:00 hearted support o *• Htatt An Junior Congregation at 9:00 a. .., nu.1 Purim BallLadies. !" P J^ Saturday. Young Men's Service at, Sisterhood make ,h .ear %  ent MOO a m Sunday. Refreshments a-sellout." Help sell tickets-Same i-rved aft^r these Junior services, price as ever, but more for your dollar than ever! JUDGE JACOB BRAUOY TO %  WED NESDAY NIGHT LECTURE SPEAK .. Tne Reason Behind Jewish •I Like Bad Boys," will be the Laws and Cere „ 10 nies" will be disproocative subject of the Friday CU88eii by Rabbi Mescheloff at 8::!0 evening address by our guest Judg." p m n the new synagogue WedJudge Jacob M. Braude, of Munlclnesdav night. Men and women are ,,al Court, Chicago. 111. Judge cordlal iy invited to attend. Braude, graduate of the University CAO _. TU ,„ N 0 R of Michigan and the University of ^ I G ^ Chicago, was active during the 1 CONGREGATION World War. serving as a Lieuten-I Last Saturday mornings Junior ant of field artillery, and in times Congregation brought out a record of peace as associate director of attendance of boys ••. A finance for the State of Illinois.' perfect service was held.Mda He is active in Jewish life, having good time had by all present. Pa boen president of the Zionist Disents: please send your chld.en trie, of Chicago, and serving now of school age Saturday at 9.00 to as chairman of the Keren Kayethis Junior Congregation, loull moth in Chicago. He is working %  never regret it. now on a book discussing the sub-j YOUNG MEN'S SERVICE ject of Juvenile Delinquency in j Qur attendance gr0 w s from week our country. For the past two nnd tQ week But we re certain that a half years he has served in the [here s( .j, are a fpw )0ya i, e tween Boys' Court of Chicago, and lot (hp aKgg of J3 ]g on Mianll Bea( h the tart few years was president who )ave no y( t joinpd r) r0 p of the Young Men's Jewish Charijn on 0|jr Slinday m0r ning Minyan of Chicago, which in addition '_ 9:00 a m Then en j oy breakfast to sponsoring three boys' clubs ;vj(h us Sge lf y0 „ won t spend supports a boys' camp ior Hie onan t n]ovaDle m0 rning with us. And i Thrltoged. there's no charge: The service will he conducted liy Rabbi Mescheloff and Cantor Mam HEBREW SCHOOL Ches. The public is invited. New desks are being purchased Saturday morning Rabbi Mesch-1 to take tare of the large enrollment eloft will speak on "Irteaio of Dem | in our daily Hebrew School. I^st ocracy." Immediately following Sunday two classes won the Bantbo services, a kitldusli will be givner of perfect attendance: Miss en by Rabbi and Mrs. David Klein Honig's class and the Post Gradujpi celebration of their marriage. | ate groupAttorney Al J. MechPURIM BALL lowlti spoke during the assembly March sixth. Sunday evening at on "Lincoln and the Jews." A very the Floridian Hotel, our Synagogue I instructive and worthwhile talk, with the assistance of our SisterVisit our next assembly—11:30 a. hood will conduct its annual Purim m., Sundays. Ball. Our program Journal will be CONGRATULATIONS fai more beautiful than ever. An We congratulate Mr. and Mrs. exceptional program of entertainJames MAlbeit on the birth and ment is being arranged. Surprises clrcumslon of Lawrence Julian. aplenty! Reserve the date. Tickets Mother and child—and father—doalready on sale from any Sistering wall. May they raise him to hood officer or Synagogue officer. "Torah f'hupah and Maasim SISTERHOOD Tovlm." A meeting of the Board of Din i (Continued on Page 12) CERTIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY V U nM *^ VOUR CONSIDERATION AND PAT)) -'^BrJKWSBaWSS i JLCCORDION I NSTRUCTION ACCORDIONS furn. to be "'""''! ,: ~ not necessary to buy acrordlonto 8lar<. I guarantor *SS?*ZJSJ£m in my band In 10 **•!". A" ord ona for Mia MfcOO and up. Blrdell Muton ler. 102 S. W. 7th St. ATTRACTIONS THE AQUARIUM DEEP SKA SPECIMENS From the Hull Stream, theBverglad and s'u' Florida. Many WgSba NOVELTIES AMI l.II-Ts. ynR y..fR PRIEM>~ vhoard thFamous KIoi kade Runner Ab0. v. > ,, for.am! 'deliver. Her. %  I. aJamp „,,,„ M rvlce that •Mj^itRuiv DAILY DAMP WASH LAUNDRY -,41 N W. 7th Ave. Phone 3-.M6 LOCKSMITHS OUN8 rohored by lathe, stocks remodeled, suns cleaned, keys mads, WS flMig} Ot'N, AN"^ VT SHOP P, MATTRESS RENOVATING PLASTERING, stucco and general r. pair*. Patching a specialty; et,. mates. Phone 4-3853. PLUMBING A. L. MERRIFIELD Plumbing and Gas Pitting Repairs and Septic Tank Worn All Work Guaranteed H YEARS' experience; large and small Installations. Ill N. i: St. l'hone 3-3932. MAC—the I'lumber—5-1601—138 Col. Una Ave.. Miami Reach, G. C. McCAUGHAN BELL AND BELL Plumbing Co. Gen. eral Plumbing Contracting. (Juaranteed work. Repairs. No Job too Lares, none to small. Prompt Service. Our work stands the test. 330 N. E. 1 i>sth St.. Ph. 7-1104PO. Box 788 LUUa River. RELIABLE MATT HESS CO We Sterilize, Renovate and Upholstei Reliable work is cheaper Ph. 2-5S93. 1-day service. nd better. S15 S. W. MISCELLANEOUS MDS1 C. J. DULBS. Plumbing and H Contracting. Uas Piping. U,n sprinkling systems. KepairniK and maintenance our specialty. Tel. i-ma. South Collins Ave., lliscayne Plan lllilg.. Miami lleach. RADIO STANLEY'S Bargains—Paints and Screen wire, bronse or copper, Sc and I 1-lC ft.: galv. 3 l-2c and 4c ft ilunrantped house palm. SSc e->< All kinds bargains; household goods, general hardware We sell 'em cheaper 52S N" W. Blind St. MONUMENTS RADIOS REPAIRED—50c. Plus Parts WHILE YOU WAIT. Why pay more? iiuaranteed 1 year. Call anywhere, estimates free; no play, no pay. Wholesale Radio Co.. 14 S. W. 2nd A.-. Phone 2-L'360. Established 1924. ROOFING MARBLE, Oranlte, Rronze, Memorials Office and Showroom 3261 S. W. Sth MIAMI "MONUMENT CO. MARBLE. Oranlte and Ttronze markera, Mausolems. cemetery work of all description. lsBl N. W. ith Ave. KULL. Ph. 2-1896. HATHAWAY ROOFING CO. 2234 N. W. 17th Ave. Phone l-MN l.,iri!i. ii' —li .! J..!.-. Work glla. .i: V-: SCHOOLS OFFICE SERVICE BUSINESS COLLEGES COMPLETE Stenographic secretarial and account inn courses Member National Association Accredited Commerclal Schools. MIAMI BUSINESS COLLEGE Phone ^.::<'i! Ill S Miami Ave. FLORIDA'S GREATEST BUSINESS I'NIVERSITT Nationally a'-,-redlted. Bpeclal rates. Plnesl equipped school In South. Southern Business University entire 13th floor, Security Bide. Ph. 2-3S2' NEW OFFICK service for mimeographing, stencils, pulillc stenography, bookkeeping, addressing, notary public: special rates for social security reimrts and systemi and for Income tax papers.—211 Ixirraine Arcade. Phone 3-6180. OPTICIAN CHIROPODISTS Idl MART L'NDINE I'.RIFFIN'. 2'.8 Halcyon Arcade. Ph. 3-4364. Sundays and evening* by appointment. Ingrowing nails, callouses painlessly re. moved. FILLING STATIONS BAKER'S SERVICE STATION GAS—OIL—Repairs on any make ear. Prices reasonable to fit vour purse. Work Ouarant I —:• %  • % %  < \v. -2nd Avenue.—Phone 4-".i i; DR. LEONARD W. HASKIN Specialising hi BSy<9 Kxaminntwms Fitting and Repairing of GLASSES Ml N. E. First .St. Phone 2-'.'.26 COMPLFTBLT Al It ci >NI)ITU>XKI> CONVENIENT TERMS ORNAMENTAL TRON THE CATE SCHOOL. 307 Coillni Ave. Ph. 5-1779; Individual Instruction; open air classes; home booaa used; Certified teachers; afternoon acUvities; Bus service. ALLEGRO FOR BOYS AND GIRLS THE ONLY OCEANFRONT SCHOOL OUTDOOR classes, accredited teaekers. sports and cultural program; handicrafts: meala. tranaportatise. registered nurse; J>o:irding or (lit students. I'h. B-t0t7. W11 COLLINS AVE —MIAMI BEACH SEPTIC TANKS i'l'.i: CAST TESTED SEPTIC TANKS installations. Repairs, Drain Lines Clean Outs, O'NEAL SEPTIC I \.NK i"t).—Specialists, Tel. 3-3701—4145 N. W. L'nd Ave. Niuht and Sunday call! MOSS. SEWING MACHINES DECORATrVE HOPSE NUMBERS P U L T; E N METAL CRAFTSMEN ORNAMENT. AL IRON SCREEN DOORS ".:>:. N. l-:. Tilth st. Phone 7-issr. 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Ml iml Avenue THAT ONE MANS POOP IS ANOTHER MAN'S POISON EVERY PERSON IS A LAW UNTO HIMSELF AND SHOULD HAVE THEIR OWN INDIVIDUAL CHART OF FOODS Which Indicate their food compatibility —the foods thai keep the vitality al Its highest peak—f la thai will make one resist. .in t., dl and prolong life. All people f,„,i wh ch causi ion ered vitality lowe i I : I To irodui the remarkable features "f the RADIONIC SHORT WAVi VIBRATORY METHOD of physti al u th -.Iand for t< %  and lelertTon of f..o,| s S^-T. REE DEMONSTRATION AND PRELIMINARY TEST WILL BE oc?f r,'r^ CLUDING CONSULTATION REGARDING FOOD AND HEALTH PROBLEMS without i-ii irgc „r obllgatlor of an> i nd i ail t • phoi.L'-7i6. for an i appolntmenl DR. E STANLEY PIERCE ORTHO-ANATOMIST CHIROPRACTOR duate p. s. i' Exchange Hotel GOAT MILK r-le.,,, v.,.11 fh.v.-v I ^ ,,. M ,i ]k ,|.., IV ,.,,.,| Youna Kid Goats for Sale dunna Passover—Paschal Lamb TROPICAL GOATERY nird and LudUm Road Phone l-SStd ^AINTING-DECORATING l'h. L. S. 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'1 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1838 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THIRTEEN" BULLETIN mm^^M "v! TEMPLE ISRAEL '"' %  •' %  '' ii of MIAMI 137 N. E. 1th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-958 MIAMI RABBI 6999 JACOB H Albacore MIAMI KAPLAN, Ph.D. Drive—-126S %  EACH One i Temp! >r both e every of the Rabbis will be at the morning throughout the year Friday night — Make no en gagements, pay no visits, give no parties—Go to Temple. Either or both of our Rabbis will be in the Temple every morning. You may consult trem on matters Uoncerning the Jewish community, lor on your personal problems. You luil! be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and needless to say bach matter will be held in strict umfidence. CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the Congregation."—Hillell At the regular Friday evening services at our Temple on February 18, 1938, at 8:15 pm., Rabbi Iftustav N. Haussman. noted lecturer who is visiting in Miami, will be the guest speaker. His subject trill be "The Hebrew University f Jerusalem." The services will |>e conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kapan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. reception, tendered by the SisBrhood for guests and visitors of congregation, will be held after le services. MrsJack Bernstein, chairman these Friday evening receptions luunces that the hostesses Tor Friday were: Mrs. Glick, Mrs. rn Mrs. Travers, Mrs. Simpson, Herzfield and Mrs. 1. KaufRELIGIOUS SCHOOL "Even the rebuilding of the Temin Jerusalem it not as importas the instruction of children" 'he Sunday School assembly of Bt S.inday featured an address by ^r principal, Mrs. Max Dobrin, ho spoke on Abraham Lincoln. he i-ervices were read by Carol ronovitz and Sybil Cowen. [Parents who are interested in bquainting their children with the kul ol the Jewish people, and its ledium. have a very fine opporPity of doing so by bringing them the week-day Hebrew classes, tiich are conducted In our Temple Mr. Friedman. The last term BBistration will be closed within GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day The City Hall Garage 1150 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida As Fellow Americans We Greet You ENJOY YOUR STAY HERTZ Driv-Ur-Self Stations 52 S. E. First Street MIAMI, FLORIDA two weeks and we urge our members and friends In the community to take advantage of the privilege which we are offering. YAHRZEITS "The memory of the righteous is a blessing." The Yahrzeits of the following will be commemorated in our services this Friday evening: Mrs. Adele Eisenmann, mother of MrsAdolph Werthelmer, Mrs. Etta Rose Davis, mother of Gordon and Louis Davis, Mr. Bernard Lasky, father of Mrs. Nat Roth and Mrs. Sam Sable, Mr. Joel Kuperburg, father of Mitchel Kuperburg, Mrs. Eva Furman Lubon, Mr. Emden Herzog. If you desire to have the names of your departed mentioned in our Kaddish service, you may send the name into the office during the preceeding week, and a permanent record will be made of the date for future years. You may consecrate the memory of your departed by a remembrance to the Temple Memorial FundRADIO PROGRAMS We Invite you to listen In to the Jewish Hour on Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p. m., when Rabbi Mescheloff, of the Beth Jacob Congregation will speak over Station WIOD. Also listen to the Interfalth Hour on Station WKAT on Saturday evening at 6:15 p. m. TEMPLE ISRAEL CALENDAR 8ERVICE8 Religious services every Friday evening at 8:15 p. m., and Saturday morning at 11:00 am. Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi Zwitman preach alternately at all services. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Sunday School every Sunday morning at 10:00 a. in. Assembly at 11:30 a. m. HEBREW CLASSES Instruction in Bible and modem Hebrew every Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday at 4:00 p. mYOUTH GROUP The Junior League of Temple Israel meets every Sunday evening at the Temple, in Kaplan Hall, at 8:00 o'clock. A social hour and a discussion group are part of the agenda. Young people between the ages of 16 and 20 are Invited to attend. SISTERHOOD Regular meeting of the Temple Sisterhood every first Monday of the month at 2:30 p. m. Visiting members of the N. FT. S. are invited. TEMPLE BOARD The Board meeting is held every first Tuesday of the month at 8:00 pm., In the Temple Board room. TEACHERS MEETING The principal and the teachers of the Religious School meet with our Rabbis every second Wednesday In the month at 8:00 p. m. SCHOOL BOARD The members of the School Board of the Temple and the Sisterhood meet every third Wednesday in the month at 8:00 p. m. YOUTH GROUP DANCE This Saturday evening, February 19, 1938, at 8:30 p. in., in Kaplan Hall, the Temple Israel Junior League will hold Its second social affair of the year, in the form of an entertainment and danceThe committee in charge of the dance consists of Betty Liebling. Harding Frankel, Nathan Aroriovltz and Billy Cone. Tickets for the dance are 50c and may be purchased from any of the members of the Youth Group, or at the door on Saturday evening. All Jewish young people in our community are Invited. "ZOCHOR BO L'OLOM, BROCHO BOOH L'OLOM" With the addition of a new member to our Jewish community, in the person of an Infant son of IIlustrou8 parents, the Rabbis, officers and members of Temple Israel, ; take this public means of extend, ing their congratulations to Rabbi and Mrs. Max ShapiroEven as the name which shall be given him designates peace (Shalom) so may he bring peace and happiness not merely to his family, but may his name and arrival also be a harbinger of glad tidings and peace in our Jewish community. May his parents find a blessing in his life. Sineere Greetings on Brotherhood Day J. C. HICKSON & CO. 207-209 E. Flagler Street MIAMI, FLORIDA GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day CORAL GABLES GARAGE 132 Oiralda Avenue CORAL GABLES PHONE 4-2424 GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day ROOSEVELT FISH MARKET "ALL KINDS OF SEA FOOD FRESH DALLY" 119 N. E. 14th Street PHONE 3-2924 GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Day W. B. CAMPBELL General Contractor 1650 LeJune Rd. Ph. 4-4332 GREETINGS ON Brotherhood Dav BILL FOSSETT'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 168 S. E. First Street PHONE 2-7691 i GREETINGS ON ( Brotherhood Day MILLS ROCK CO. 301 N. W. 70th Street f MIAMI, FLORIDA | i GREETINGS ON BROTHERHOOD DAY Claude-Neon Southern Corporation 2014 N. W. Miami Court Phone 3-3183 MIAMI, FLORIDA BETHJACOB BULLETIN (Continued from Page 12) We congratulate and felicitate Rabbi David Klein, sexton of our synagogue on his marriage to Miss Malvina Kraemer. May their life's road be strewn with blessing. REFUO SHLAYMO We wish speedy recovery from ailment to Mr. Jacib Becker. Mr. Joseph MWeln, Mr. I. D. Splvak. Mr. Sol Goldstrom. and to all those not yet In the list of the completely well. To the others we wish continued health and well being. THIS WEEK'S HARDEST SYNAGOGUE WORKERS Among those working day and night to make our Purim Ball a success: Mr. Harry WaBserman, our president, Mr. J. Albert, Mr Louis Bloomfield, Mr. Joe M. Rose, Mr. I. Miller, members of our Board of Directors and MrI. Shapiro. Mr. M. Felt, and Hr Morris Green. Oh yes, and—of course—Rabbi Mescheloff. Greetings BAER'S MARKET A Complete Food Store Bonded Fruit Shippers .") 17-21 Washington Ave. Miani Beach GREETINGS Brotherhood Day Magic City Bottle and Supply Co. 204!) N. Wl Second Ave. MIAMI, FLORIDA JORDAN & Y ATES SALOON 230 West Flagler Street Pop Yates Lee Jordan \ \ | GREETINGS ON | i Brotherhood Day j GEO.L.DIXON HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT 1100 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-7635 • GREETINGS Coconut Grove Fish Market COMPLETE LINE OF SEA FOOD FISHING TACKLE — BAIT AND BOATS 2830 South Bayshore Drive Phone 4-9274 WE EXTEND THE HAND OF FELLOWSHIP ON BROTHERHOOD DAY HIRSCH-FAUTH FURNITURE CO. 1444 Biseayne Boulevard MIAMI, FLORIDA AS FELLOW AMERICANS WE GREET YOU ON BROTHERHOOD DAY FLORIDA SUNLAND FOOD, INC. Makers of Tropical Fruit Jellies and Marmalades 2229 N. W. 1st Court Miami, Florida GREETINGS ON BROTHERHOOD DAY FLORIDA MACHINERY CORP. 316 S. W. N. River Drive Sullivan Air Compressors—Rex Concrete Mixers and Pumps—Roebling Wire Rope Products NEW AND USED MACHINERY SOLD OR RENTED GREETINGS FROM THE SEMINOLE COCKTAIL BAR H I A L E A H Where that Friendly Atmosphere Prevails STAY AS LATE AS YOU PLEASE Open All Night Satunlavs Open Sundavs MUSIC STEAKS CHOPS FROG LEGS