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The Jewish Floridian ( February 25, 1938 )

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— U fc^ fc Bl %  wJewisti Floridian COHUW? Yhe Jewish HJmity VOLUME II.—NO. 7. MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS HA D A S S A H PRESIDENT TO SPEAK HERE Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, national president of Hadassah and one of the outstanding Zionists of this country will be the guest speaker at the annual Donor's luncheon of the Miami Chapter of Senior HaMRS. MOSES P. EPSTEIN dassah next Monday at the Town Casino Club, Miami Beach at 1:00 o'clock. Mrs. Epstein will bring a message of importance to the Jewish women of this area and will tell of the work of Hadassah since its inception more than 25 yean ago. She will describe the sanitation work, establishment of hospitals and other work of Hadasash including the present Youth Aliyah movement which is establishing many of the youth of Germany in Palestinian colonies at the expense of Hadassah. The invocation will be given by Mrs. Joseph Williamson, and the benediction by Florence Jacobs. During the luncheon Roemary Gerson Klemptner will sing several selections and will be accompanied at the piano by Frances Druckerman. All members and friends are urged to attend and hear Mrs. Jacobs whose recent nation wide radio address received so much commendation. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Gertrude Berlin, chairman of the luncheon committee. Aiding actively in the work locally are Mrs. Max Dobrin and Mrs. Morris Rubin, co-chairmen of the Youth Aliyah committee for Miami. BUND LEADER GOES TO GERMANY New York, (WNS)—Fritz Kuhn. national leader of the GermanAmerican Bund, sailed for Germany by way of Antwerp on the steamship Westerland of the Red Star Line, which was formerly owned by Arnold Bernstein, GermanJewish shipping magnate. Kuhn refused to admit his Identity to newspapermen but his name was on the passenger list. It Is believed he was called to Germany to receive new instructions concerning the Bund and its propaganda activities. L BALL TO BE HELD jB'nai B'rith Social New Commissioner | Outstanding Event To Begin Work The Seventh Annual Purim Ball sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held at the Women's Club Ballroom on N. E. 17th Terrace and the Bay next Tuesday evening, March 1st, beginning at 9:00 o'clock. A number of outstanding entertainers have promised to attend during the evening and entertain the guests. Dancing will be enjoyed until a late hour. Booths comThe February social meeting of Sholem Lodge of B'nal B'rith was attended by more than five hundred members and visitors at the Alamac Hotel patio last WednesJerusalem. (WNS—Palcor Agency)—Sir Harold MacMiehael, the new high commissioner of Palestine, will arrive in the country at Haifa on the warship Enterprise on March 3rd. Sir Arthur WauBANQUET IS TENDERED TO WORKER day night. Presiding at the meet-1 '"hope, the present high commlsing was E. Albert Pallot, vice-pres8ioner wi leave his post on March ldent. Judge Hy Roth of Orlando, • l st bv alr f01 Egypt after attending president of the Florida Federation ta rewell ceremonies scheduled for of B'nal B'rith Lodges, was enthu-1 Jerusalem. It i 8 believed that Sir In recognition of outstanding work rendered to the organization si'as"ticrily"'re"ce*i^rw"h 0 e S n" l n U e : Arthur will "meet "with Sir"Steroid during the past year and ****** brought a message from the other '" E K>'Pt before the new high com' Lodges of the State. He was folniissioner boards the Enterprise. lowed by Rabbi Morris A. Skop,' T ne Allahab, weekly Arabic newsof Orlando who spoke splendidly! DaDer "*<* has replaced the Muf-| i al memorative of the holiday will be and urged a unified community and li s A1 Liwa reported that imme-. „ placed throughout the ballroom and a stronger B'nal B'rith organlzadlately after his arrival in Pales%  eD !" ar y _'_ %  "e Alanli tion. and brought enthusiasm from;" ne Blr Harold will publish a prohis listeners. clamation appealing for tranqutllty. If he is obeyed, the messaue is alA surprise of the evening was IeKed to 8ay a „ Arnbs deportwl for the Talmud Torah of the Con-! the appearance of Rabbi J. X. Co^ wl „ )e repatl iated and (h(1S( lnter gregation. Mrs. Ida Buckstein is hen asaoclate Rabbi of the Free ned ,„ consecration camps and general chairman and she is being Synagogue of: New York and chair-, prisons will oe re i eased The new'New York City and graduated York Law School will contain articles of interest and refreshments which will be offered to the guests at nominal prices. The entire proceeds will be used parade ot stars, the Young Men's Hebrew Association will tender a testimondinner on uar to Mr. Leo Robnison, prominent banker and communal worker of this area, who will receive a lamb skin suitably inscribed. Mr. Robinson who is a native of assisted by Mrs. Charles Tannenman ot l he Economics Commission ( lllBh commissioner Is also said to baum and Mrs. I. Rosengarten, and of the American Jewish Congress,; be p i arinlng t0 carry out hp Roval other members and officers of the Congregation and Auxiliary. STATE ADVOCATE NAMED TO BOARD. and Rabbi Israel Herbert Levinthai of New York. Rabbi Cohen. ov „ held his audience spell-bound with t j on a stirring word picture of world conditions affecting Jewry and urged cohesive action and an underLondon, (WNS)—Proponents of a Jewish state In Palestine scored a major victory In the. Board of Deputies of British Jews, the central representative body of British Jewry, when the Board elected Dr. Israel Feldman, chairman of its Palestine Committee, as a vicepresident over Otto M. Schiff, president of the Jews' Temporary Shelter, by a vote of 128 to 121. Feldman was the candidate of the Zionists and all who support Dr Chaim Weizmann's policies. Schiff was supported by the opponents of the Jewish state and assimilationists. Feldman was elected to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Lionel Cohen who resigned because of his opposition to the Board's January 16th solution recommending the Inclusion of Palestine In the British Cofmonwealth of Nations. from the New and received his master of Art degree from St. Lawrence University came to Miami several years ago and immediately began taking an. active part ill the work of the Jewish community. He is now treasurer of the United Jewish Appeal taking in the work of the J. D. C. Vienna, (WNS)-A statement by and U P ^J 00 ?!* ^TlT, f Dr. Desider Friedman, president of '' e 0rea [ er M .' ami ? ionlst Di8tr ct Schuschnigg Fails To Allay Alarm and to be willing and ready to assume the burden of Jewry and their Jewish brethren everywhere as was the duty of every Ben B'rith. The Union of American Hebrew Congregation's educational department seems pleased with its work—Dr. Emanuel Gamoran of Cincinnati, educational director of the Union, caught chatting about some recent materials Issued by his department with Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath of Montreal at a meeting in Chicago standing of Jewish conditions on the part of American Jewry. Rabbi Levinthal in an address marked with sincerity and feeling compared Jewry today with the priests of, chancellor' Kurt" s"chu8shnigg"" to fe ,,,ember of the v *• "• A d old, and urged his hearers not only he Au8trian zion 8t Organization, rector ot the Jew,eh WeIfare B ; to feel Jewish, but to think Jewish and a de i e g a tion of Jewish Indusreau me ber f Bet .". Jac D C .T trialists, that Austrian Jews had nothing to fear from the reconstruction of the government which has turned control of the country over to Nazis and Nazi sympathlzElry Stone, president of the f ''s failed to allay the alarm in Lodge spoke briefly. A program Jewish circles resulting from the of entertainment under the direcbloodless coup because the Chantion of Chester Alexander was precellort reassurances coincided sented by Jack Abbot chairman of wi,h Ue spread of rumors that the Inttllectual Advancement ComAustria was preparing anti-Jewish mittee. Dancing, singing and inmeasures. Read by Jewish leuders to overthrow .mass meetings called to consider the situation resulting from the Nazification of Austria. Schuschnigg's statement was read in the light of widespread reports Rtfreshments were served and of impending legislation to revise as a U8eful and worthw hUe characthe facilities of the Hotel extended citizenships acquired by Jews since ,er build,n S institution In Greater through the Family Jacobs and the the war. MiamI The Schuschnlgg statement deThe Governor's Club of the ornied that the government was draftganization will be host at the banIng anti-Jewish legislation or conque t which will begiu at 9:00 sidering the revision of citizenship.; o'clock in the Palm Room of the It also emphasized that absolutely Hotel, and which will also honor strumental numbers were presented with Marx Feinberg and Milton Friedman, members of the Lodge giving several vocal selections. Alamac Hotel. gregation, member of the Mt. M riah Masonic Lodge, the New York Consistory of Scottish Rite Masons the Mecca Temple Shriners. Chairman of the Peace Committee of Sholem Lodge H'nai B'rith, member of the Civic League of, Miami Beach, of the Miami Chamber ot Commerce, the Manna-Zucca M isle Club and numerous other welfare and fraternal organizations. He was one of the founders of the Governor's Club of the Y. M. H. A.. which is limited to life members of the organization, and has taken an active interest in the work of the Y., so it might take Us placs NOTED RABBI ARRIVES HERE no change in the policy of the A usNick Kenny, outstanding radio colRabbi J. X. Cohen, trian government towards the Jews umnist, and other life members or Associate is contemplated and that the Aus-, the organization who will be pretrian government will adhere to' se nted their membership cards. Mr. the priciple of equality of rights K. Albert Pallot, president of tut Econom"lc*Commrssi'on oTthe"AmeTand W|U reJect a Citalnation Y., will preside and he will be asican Jewish Congress arrived here laRa,n8t Aus,rlan Jewry n ''""*' 0 s isted by Miss Ida Engler, presiand social lines. Nothing was said.; de „-, of tne Y W. H. A. The brothhowever. of economic discriminaj er8 Goodman, owners of the Clnetlon und the posibility that the j ma Theatre and Mr. Larry Morris. Against eWoym^nto^JewrR^bbr^T' 11 ^ may be in,Ioduc<,d A 'j manager of the treatre, who aided Cohen has during the past vears otficial government pronounctment ln th e recent parade of stars will ..i, i ii i on the Jews is expected shortly. done some effective work ln ellml-j nating abuses of this character in Rabbi of the Free Synagogue of New York and Chairman of the this week for a brief stay and dur ing his visit will make an invest! gation of alleged dlsrrlminatlon be presented testimonials. New York, notably with the A. T. & T., and Chase National Bank and other large institutions where Jews had previously been refused employment. He Is one of the active workers of the American Jewish Congress and played a prominent role In the World Jewish Congress held ln Switzerland in 1936. He wl'l address Temple Israel at the services tonight. 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. This event willbe an annual affair and a testimonial dinner will be given annually to the citizen who will have done outstanding work during the year. Officers of the Governor's Club are: Wm. M. Shayne, president: Sam Resnick, lst vice-president; Hyland Rifas, 2nd vice-president; Louig Pallot, secretary; Jos. M, Lipton, exchequer.



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE of wot Id Jewry. ... we only hope his brief message will be broadcast everywhere in this area. ... it might awaken people to their duty .... B'nai B'rith could use more speakers like him to arouse an interest which should he held by all hut unfortunately is held by Just a limited few. And did you see Nathan Adelman strut the floor. Fred Astaire had better beware competition is soon to face him if Nathan keeps up. xxx The message of Rabbi Levinthal of New York was as beautifully phrased a story of the ideals of B'nai B'rith as has ever been presented .... the dress of the High Priest .... certainly symbolizes what a Ben Brith should be ... a combination of heart, mind, thought and work .... a willing, ness to share the burdens. xxx And lest you think that meetings and fun is all that B'nai B'rith is doing .... let's tell you we're getting ready for a bang-up District Convention of District 5. in Orlando sometime the latter part of May, just after the season is over in Miami .... and rest assured that Miami will be on its toes and give every help possible. xxx Student work at the University of Miami will shortly feature not only lectures but preparations for providing a Passover Sader for every Jewish student there that will not be with his or her folks then. xxx Leo Robinson, chairman of the Peace Committee is already doing nice work and will always be ready ii> keep peace evermost in our memCOOPERATION NEEDED Dr. Samuel Beckman, chairman of the Testimonial Dinner to be held this Sunday. February 27th. in the Palm dining room of the Alamac Hotel, promises each and everyone attending an outstanding evening of entertainment and surprises. The occasion will do honor to Mr. Leo Robinson as well as a number of other members with honorary life membership cards. Nick Kenny, always ready at our heck and call, has consented to preside as toaetmaster. So there you are, that's the nutshell In a sltuaMiami Beach League Standings Team Won Lost Y. If. H. A. 3 McNallys 3 Shim s 1 Miami Beach 1 Player F. G. F. Bernie Frank 40 Dave Lackawitz ,87 Kd Stein 2<\ Milt Weintraub ..26 Phil Weintraub !..25 Ralph Gro8smon ..20 Hal Levinson 12 Sol Berlin 5 Nat Krassner 0 Abe Berkowitz .... 0 During the past week we were treated to the spectacle of a candidate for the United States Senate from Florida appealing for votes on one of the most un-American platforms ever presented. Complete stopping of immigration for the next fifty years. Deportation of all aliens who would not become citizens within a very short time. Disqualification of every alien born citizen from holding public office. The fact that the address was made before representatives of labor, before an organization that owes its establishment and phenomenal growth to Samuel Gompers himself an alien born citizen i n a city that owes its Magic development to the 'enterprise of alien born men and women, where the native born is so small a portion of the population as to make it negligible, makes this even more preposterous. Thank Heaven, Miamians are so used to fannatics and racketeers of every description, to harrangues from every possible source, that just another scheme means nothing The fact that some people rush to print everything, regardless of the effect it may have on a portion of those people tlon. The "Y" cordially invites you Aamn p incU8> Manager T. Total 3 83 6 SO 12 64 10 62 7 57 5 45 2 S6 3 13 1 1 1 1 and your friends to he with us during that evening. Tickets are $1.50 each and you can place your reservation by phoning Miss Mae Kaplan at the "Y". Do not procrastinate, purchase your ducats now Remember the "Y" is your organization and its ultimate success depends upon the support that you will give it in Its effort to strive forward. — Y — "Y" BASKETBALL TEAM IN FIRST PLACE—WIN OVER McNALLYS BY 33 TO 29 In as hotly a contested game as I have ever failed to see the Y. M. H. A. basketball team trounced the McNally to go Into a tie with them for the championship of the Miami Beach league It was the first defeat for the McNallys this year and! the mainstay of the "Y" attack was none other than Davis Lackawitz who amassed a total of 14 points. < — Y — Come over to Flamingo Park any Tuesday or Thursday nite and watch your "Y" stalwarts in action. Admission 10c cash. Du Hairst. — Y — MA2EL TOV The Y. M. H. A. and its affiliated organizations are very happy to extend heartfelt congratulations to Rabhi and Mrs. Max Shapiro on the birth of their son. — Y — Rosalind, former vice president of the Y. W. H. A. was duly honored by being the first Jewish girl to be accepted by the Alpha Lambda Delta Sorority of the University of Alabama. — Congratulations RosaLind Friedman. — Y — Y. W. H. A. Guided by Its most able president Miss Ida Engler Is fast becoming mens groups in the <-ity The female public is cordially invited to attend any of their regular weekly Tuesday meetings held at the V c lubrooms. — Y — Leon Liberman. active "Y" member and more recently Secretary of the sixth annual dance is back in circulation while recuperating from a recent operation. The "Y" and I are happy to see you back Leon. — Y — Rudy Adler, chairman of the Jewish Welfare Bureau's annual "Night of Stars" is to be complimented for his grand work in making that affair an outstanding success. And (his time as at the "Y" show that young singiug marvel, Harvey Bell, again stopped the show. — YREADY WILLING AND ABLE If we can be of service to you at any time through the medium of this column, do not hesitate to ask us by writing to the "Y. M. II. A." 1567 S. W. 5th Street. Miami, care Harry Schwartz. Buenos Noches until next week. — Y — JUNIORS TO GIVE DANCE The Junior division of the Y. M. H. A. will sponsor a dance on March 6 at the Y clubrooms with Sherwood Lavine and his orchestra furnishing the music for the evening. Admission charged will be nominal and everyone is urged to attend as the funds will be donated one of the largest and finest wo-, to the Y building fund.



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FBIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE FEATURETTES THE WORLD -By LUDWIG LEWISOHN The views expressed by Ludwlg Lewisohn In his column ie his own and do not necessarily reflect the policies or attitude of our publication. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. NEW CONSTITUTION GIVES RIGHTS LONG RESIDENTS Bucharest, (WNS)—Only those who have lived for centuries on the had started in England even earli„ Qf pre8entday Roumanfa were A gentleman accused me the other night of talking like a Nazi. A Jewish Nazi of course. The quaint thing is that in his accusation there | was an element of truth. And the quaintest thing of all is. as of course my gentleman never BUS%  pected, that this element of truth IS the universal .element which! binds the Jewish national rebirth j to the age and the spirit of the age. History in the modern sense wasj not discovered, was not felt, until the early nineteenth century. The discovery of history by the romantic poets and philosophers led to! an appreciation of the older litera-| tures of each people which until then had been considered barbaric | unmodern. dead, t'nder the infill-] ence of this movement it ceased to be fashionable to speak French; all the mother-tongues of all the peoples, especially of all the small and at that time oppressed peoples, became suddenly precious and dear to those peoples and symbolical of those peoples being and aspirations. Tbe Hungarian Parliament ceased speaking Latin and spoke Magyar; the Czechs ceased speaking German and spoke Czechish and were so eager to have a past that ihey were fooled by forged docuents of an early literatureWal t Scott and his novels, especially novels of Scotland, of the poetry of his people's history, were read find loved from one end of Europe to another. Minor Walter Seotts. like Wilhelm Hauff. arose in every land. The peoples were becoming conscious of themselves and of their characters. Folksongs were gathered and recorded; historic documents were reprinted; in libraries and private archives a thousand scholars sought the sotircees of each people's being. Great epics were made symbols of nationality— th Finnish Knlevala. the | German Nibelungenlied. The thin;; Lights In Shadowland CASTING OFFICE NEWS One of the screen's foremost character actors. Edward G. Robinson, has been picked for the leading role in Warner Bros, production of "The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse." to be directed by Anatole Litvak. ... Sol Siegal is associate producer for Republic's latest outdoor action picture now before the cameras, "Desert Trail Riders". novel by Dr. Louis Berg, is now Jn production at Republic. This studio is also filming "Sidewalks of New York" with Bernard Vorhaus as director and associate Producer S amuel Ornitz and Horace McCoy wrote the original story, and Louise Weitzenkorn did the screen play. Benny Baker had firmly resolved that he would quit smoking cigars and then he learned that he is required to smoke one in practically every scene of his latest picture Paramount's assignment for Sylvia Sidney marks the ninth time that (Continhed on Page Ten) er, with the rediscovery of the beauty of the old ballads and the publication of Percy's Reliques of Ancient Poetry. Nexa came the science of language! languages were seen to be deeply integrated guaranteed equal rights with the Roumanian race in the Fascist constitution proclaimed by King Carol. The constitution sets up a corporative state. There is no specific STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Tidbits From Everywhere OH, YOU NAZI MAN Congressman Jerry O'Connell of Montana is going to explode a bombshell within the next six Bouquets to cartoonist Marcus of the New York Times, who depicted Hitler sitting in front of an easel on which he had painted his own picture over the words "Bei Mir will the characters of the peoples; reference t0 the JeW8 but y limlt \ weeks about Nazi responsibility for, Bi8t Du s c hoen." ... The cartoon ing "equality before the law to all' anti-Semitism in Mexico. For-] w ag ca ptioned "To His Valentine." peoples of other races which have mer Mayor William N. McNair of I and their expression and the Slovaks talked Slovak and the Slovenes Slovence and the Croatians Croatian and.the Flemings Flemish and there was a revival of Provencal and a revival of the Langue d'Oc and a hundred lost literatures were dug up and, last but not least, the Gaelic revival started in Ireland and people went to the West Coast and to the Arran Islands to learn Gaelic again and the rebirth of Gaelic was part of the liberation of Ireland and the coming of the Irish Free State. Doubtless (Continued on Page Eight) The house organ of the Marlived for centuries on Roumanian Pittsburgh, who Is running for the I 8na [ Field department store of Chisoll" the constitution excludes Jews Democratic gubernatorial nomina-j cag0i "The Field Glass." publishe'.l who became Roumanian subjects tion, says he's in the race "to give an an tj.jewish poem in its Decemafter the World War. There is an-' the Protestants somebody to vote I Der | 88ue an( j when an apology for". • Mrs. Bruno Richard llaupl 11 ... 11 is being used as a lure to attract visitors to a Nazi camp in New Jersey. Which reminds us that property owners in Connecticut are so determined to keep other clause in the constitution.' however, that even limits the rights of Jews long resident in Roumania.: This clause provides that government positions are to be reserved only for "ethical Roumanians." The constitution also circumscribes. Nazi camps out of that State that religious liberty by according it many of them are now demanding only to denominations regarded as the insertion of a clause in bills not prejudicial to public security, of sale forbidding the use of the good morals and public order. property as a Nazi %  camp. %  was demanded obliged with the even more insulting reply that "it was all done in the spirit of fun." XXX THEY COME, THEY BUILD, THEY DEFEND PALESTINE | With the aid of ike United Palestine Appeal, the J4 S00.0OO campaign for tbe aettlement in Palestine of Jews of Poland, Germany, Roumania and other lands more than 17MM frosn these cwostries were admitted lo Palestine during the part ire years. Out of the darkneM and misery of the Ghetto and the shadow of the ranrentration camp, theae men and women have rome lo build a new life and to bnry forever tbe shattered mint of the aid. The frontier of Jewish settlement eonItnue* to push forward a* new immigrant* beeomc the buildc-.rt and pioneers in new agricultural colonies. (I) Repairing the dynamo for lighting the new settlement of'Molrdet. (2) The new Immigrants' Hostel of the Jewish Agency in Tel Aviv where new arrivals are housed before joining Jewish settlements. (3) Putting %  p the nrsr home at Moledet. (4) Packing tomatoes in Givath Brenner. ,(S) Women training for defense in the new settlement of Banir(6) A view of New-Hulda and Herd Forest. TRANSATLANTIC Don't believe those reports that the Pope will welcome Hitler when the Fuehrer visits 11 Duc.e in the spring. The Pope has purposely changed his schedule so that he'll be out of town when Adolf arrives. %  And we can tell you that those rumors of Hitler's ill health are more than rumors. He's been easing up on work steadily and works only three days a week now—if you can call call what ho does work Did you know that during the army shake-up in Germany three Prussian officers were arrested in Munich while on their %  ray to Hitler's castle at Berchtesgaden to assassinate him? A "Better English Language" has been organized in Palestine to popularize the knowledge of English in the Homeland. When and if King Zog of Albania marries the American-born Countess Apponyl of Hungary he'll have a Jewish sister-in-law, for the Countess' sister embraced Judaism when she married Dr. Michael Arza. one of the leading physicians of Yugoslavia and an extremely Orthodox Jew. .... Now that the anti-Semite Patriarch Miron Christea is premier of Roumania we wonder if he remembers that in 1925 and 1927 he was one of the most bitter critics of anti-Jewish student uprisings in his country. • Which reminds us to remind you that our prophecy about Qoga's downfall came truo even more quickly than we had promised you. Aas a goodwill gesture to the United States, the (Continued on Page Eight) British Jewry Faces Crisis The bitter struggle in Jewish circles over the proposed Jewish state in Palestine has split world Jewry wide open. Mr. Zukermart discusses the implications of this breach which has reached critical proportions in Great Britain. —The Editor. Probably at no other time in the last two generations has the Jewish world been so disunited and split over an issue as over that of the Jewish State. In some respects the present struggle comes near to that other passionate controversy over Uganda a generation ago. But at that time, the issue, with all its intensity and passion, did not go beyond the limits of the Zionist movement, at that time only a small fraction of what it is now. The rest of the Jewish world remained Indifferent. Now not only is the Zionist movement affected, but many sections of t.ie non-Zionist (Continued on Page Eight)



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so? 'vij^?*r-r*':. %  m PK PA 3E ~ T TEE .TWI£E FL0RITIA5 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1938 BULLETIN TEHTLE Iff?. AFT ^ W AMI ON : Z %  -tw W = I %  : N £ 1 -Mill t •':e P: -• I-" *: E : •-• —MM %  flASJ ---. \ %  I I I LOCAL MERCHANT NAMED ON STAFF %  i. i — CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Wi^:z Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach „ %  ::: WESC — E-OFP "•-"-* •f V" s .'. ,: r -a!'"" MAURICE O. MAMCHES. Cantor 726 Meridian Avtnut •Phone 5-2013 I :: : I I • £'• MS SERVICE = i s: i = = i i 3RAMS -; 5 = £A>< How • • fcc I %  IDSCREGAT :•. i. : ••-:-=• • • 11 jr. .' %  H %  %  %  %  r • '• %  %  I I and .wrose Tapl< In %  %  %  ttan. VAHRZEITS is axd Kr' ... %  %  A :I Junior Congregation. Parents advised to have their children : too. PURIM BALL Most active workers this week in .eniCE rogreM of our Purim Ball are Rabbi A v Ulster Harry WaBBerman, Mr. Lew:Qreon, Mr. B. J. London. Mr. M. .B Frank mid a committee of women headed by Mrs. B. J. London. -. .. % %  -. ^ Menu who are busy distributing t.ckets. public This ninth annual Purim Ball wfll •ing be held March 8th at the Floridiaa An elaborate program is antlbeing arranged. Tickets may be m any Synagogue or Sister• • few hood officer. Tae public ttend t • %  ted by Can• lee. M = "• = I t*>€ RSt*VCt>S "-"" -' *• !" i La %  -%  7 tsec and : %  *?* F -" • I I ~ -. %  T I B pi the ".-_ heard • %  %  'IOI of Ei The program %  *•:; •:_••: MEN II >ming at WEDNESDAY NIGHT LECTURE -on behind Jewish Laws • monies will be discussed by Rabbi Mescbeloff at S:30 p. m. :'n the %  %  lynagogue Wednesday Men and women are corVISITING MIAMI BEACH Among inent Jewish ng Miami Beach I eek were Rabbi Wasand Rabbi Shapiro, of the i. Rabbi Twei .abbl Leibow.u of ;;•.£ %  =i_W£ = :.-.:-:-:C: :-• a-r A ;• :-.-• Ft-iz'i s:" :' :- G:.;~-T %  %  SATURDAY JUNIOR :: '.: = £GATION Mr : greaatni Set II B.: 2ad tideai t.. p .. %  I stag 1 y -" %  Ke No. 124 P j: 11 %  J "-: • | si rce: Young D. ." L • %  : :. Yeshira" of ;:.. Rabbi Reichlin of the ox. Rabbi Korf of Brooklyn. : Halpert and others. SIYUM HASEFER B. H. London %  ^11 present lb to the Beth Jacob '. :. on Sunday evening. ropriate pros being in anged. A beautimi r.y will take place at rominent Rabbis and Canas well as instrumentalists More in a tuta %  %  -eat Proti Ds Seeds 1 t N :.-• %  -. :. :z:: : >:. • %  r-i-_%  i f %  : s"o. 1143 TEMPLE ISRAEL CALENDAP :' : i fi g.jj Order of B i a, ng at 1 :-v --= .. %  %  -?<: T • %  13 M. L. MARCUS CO. C" :e Supnijet and Furniture Ees't. Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST C*SH PRICES *• •r P -f. St Pr.. 2--MnJoG\JST BROSftT? L1 /* the BEST' C ^v.'/.!i:f FURKITURE NAIK(T ST.-Hf)-13/ kr^ k ^OSH^ %  U'l^: -MIAMI BEACHRitter's Hotel La Flora Hotel COLLINS AVE. AT THIRTEENTH j .erery wwh ..; : L %  l i %  and modern atrvi %  •? DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED ALSO SEVEN KOSHER Q CREAM SOUPS (mUchtg, of course j Tomato \WJTOOBI, Grwa p M Aipar.. CJUTT, Spinach, Com ChoJdtt JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA aowntova bmitii, ikoppirf j StHttf jWct E.c-vro: Mi j< reo ii r• ..•, fcM,, ( M c ^rt V b-natinf Kc B>lr, ndio, \m ma hii -,.3-i !, mek S,t el p.r'or, •d.oo. mi b.tK. 5.pn on -. •a tanta Tk P^ fi*, ^ l Th RCCII.C'I Fi-ic A I O.i, •. .,,...N. C.rt thuUllaj |c< W.i. i. „,r, .... 7 7 Root-. S."j't !.P„, Mf M 52 OO-i 44 t m $J 50 55oo.-$3 0O 66 Res., $3 50 S3 ROOM -.14.00 11 Saan Pilo. 8.d,oo B*i. $6-00 !4 SipW Roo. .l< PtiMn Bk $4J •" I %  • !• ••!•. Ix D..k', ,,.|.„ '•'r *... ^ u A KobrVR. M, Rl § Do You Own Your Home? There never n a better time than now to build one Tl-e Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration • Makes It Possible £?• "• a ma and I will Hadly • QarattS A* JS H. SIMONS Care Ackerman In*. Agency 1055 Seybold Bldg. Phcne 2-3151



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN Jacksonville Notes Plane for the fifteenth annual installation banquet of the Ladies Hebrew Sheltering and Aid Society and Home for tre Aged have been completed. The event will be at 7:80 o'clock February 27 and will held in the auditorium of the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Those uiug to attend maycall either -. Chepenik, Mrs. S. L. Blattner or Mrs. H. Talisman. In charge of the evening, Mrs. Chepenik chairman, is being assis'I l. ..Uer. Mrs. H. Talisman, Mrs. HenKramer. Mrs. B. Yoffee, Mrs. Witten, Mrs. S. Bryan. Mrs. S. nee, Miss Kate Bandrimer, Mrs. \. E. Selber, Mrs. S. Schain. Mrs. L Shapiro, Mrs. Perry Kantor and M. Ohelerter. Mr. A. Crystal il I. M. Lieberman have offered lr services. Mrs. A. D. Kramer, B. E. Hammerman. Mrs. S. i"!etcher. Mrs. Ed Harris anil Mr-. E. L. Henry are also on the comlittee. Officers to be installed at the • i t-nt are Mrs. S. L. Blattner. president; Mrs. Ben Chepenik, first vice-president; Mrs. A. E. Selber. second vice-president; Mrs. S. Scharn. third vice-president; Mrs. H. Talisman, recording secretary; Mrs. B. B. Yoffee, financial secretary; Mrs. M. J. Safer and Mrs. Baker treasurer of the home 1 md and aid fund respectively, and V.!-. S. Bryan, corresponding secreMembers on the board of dilectors will be announced at the ;iiet. Tin Jacksonville Chapter No. 272, "f Aleph Zadic Aleph (A. Z. Hi. the Junior B'nai B'rith. will Id its first anniversary dance on Thursday, March 3. in the Jacksonvi 11 %  Jewish Center. Announcements have been sent to chapters in Charleston, S. C, Savannah and Augusta, Ga. Many <>iit of town friends are expected to ntend. Charles Ghelerter is chairMan of this affair. The Jacksonville chapter of A. Z. A., a national fraternity, was installed February 28. 1937, by the Savannah and Charleston chapters. The membership of the organizatlon has increased from 10 mem'"•rs to 22 members during the year, "he officers are Meyer Leibovitz. president; Perry Frank, vice-president; Leon Witten. secretary; Seymour Hoffenberg. treasurer; Jack Partner, sergeant-at-arms; Joe Kalis, assistant sergeant-at-arms: Daniel Lipson. chaplain. Charles Mielerter, reporter. Mrs. Herbert L. Stelner of New York City and Mrs. Herbert L. Marx of Albany. N. Y., arrived here to visit their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Julias Naumburg, and sister. Miss Helen Naumburg. The graceful pose, the glowing smile, are merely foils to draw your attention to those Hedgerow beach pajamas. Man-tailored in the inimitable Burdine manner. they have become coastal classics in a matter of weeks. A Sunshine Fashion from Burdine*s Lincoln Road, St. Augustine Notes The Sons of Israel, a social clhb, held a meeting on February 13, when a Jewish Federation was orDUCE PREVAILS UPON RABBI NOT TO RESIGN JDO REJECTS ANY PLAN BASED ON ACCEPTANCE JEWS ARE SUPERFLOUS ANTI-NAZI GERMANS IN PHILADELPHIA ORGANIZE Rome,'(WNS) —Dr. David Prato. chief Rabbi of Italy, who had submitted his resignation to the Italian Government as a protest against the attacks uponhim in the antiganized. An address of welcome Semitlc Fa8ctet p ress and the rlswas given by Mr. I. Usdin who introduced the guest speakers, Mr. I. Lieberman and Mr. Sacks of Jacksonville, and Rabbi P. Zissman. Mr. I. Feiden. the St. Augusing tide of anti-Jewish agitation in general, has been prevailed upon by Premier Mussolini to reconsider. according to reports in authoratative Jewish circles. It is said that II Duce promised Dr. Prato that Philadelphia. (WNS)—OrganizaNew York, I WNS)—"The Joint tlon of a Philadelphia branch of Distribution Committee completely the German-American League for rejects any theory of Jewish life' C ulture a natio al movement ot whi.h exiles Jews from anv coun-, an,iNazi German-Americana, was try." and the purpose of its 1938 affected here by delegates from 2(1 campaign is "to maintain the morale of those Jewish populations of societies just as a bomb exploded in the LieJertafel Saengerbund Eastern and Cen.ral Europe who Ha in Nor,h Philadelhpia, headquarters and meeting place for cease. tine delegate to the Washington „ e pre88 attacks on nim wou|d ch Zionist Convention, spoke on the Convention Refreshments were served after the meeting by the Sisterhood of the Sons of Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Silverberg nnounce the birth of a son. Ronald, on Tuesday, February 15, in St Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. Silverherg was formerly Miss Mary Waxman. Mr, and Mrs. Herbert L. Stelner, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Marx and Miss Helen Naumburg will enterlain at a reception honoring their parents. Mr. ad Mrs. Julius Naumhurg. from 8:30 to 10:00 o'clock Monday evening. February 28, In the Windson Hotel, in celebration of their golden wedding anniversary. The third in the series of bridge tournaments sponsored by the Daugrters of Israel was held last Tuesday afternoon in the auditorium of the Jacksonville Jewish are now bearing the brunt of the most modern anti-Semitic warfare."/ Nazi groups. The explosion did it was declared by Rabbi Jonah B.: nlv 8 "*" ht damage. Two Nazis the Wn0 80,| Sht to speak at tho antia letter Nazi meeting were escorted from sent to Jewish leaders throughout the ha "A Raymond Raff, collect* the country. "We will not co-opor of the Port ot Philadelphia, was DODD REVEALS MUSSOLINI erate in any plan that labels Jews i elected President of the unit. SEEK CONTROL PALESTINE sur l>ls population.' he wrote. "We know the degradation and injustice Chicago. (WNS)—Police suspect ... ., ,.,,.,„. Which calumny never hesitates to a political motive in the mysterWasnington, D. C, (WNS)— „ ., .. ,, __ ., ,. /" heap on its victims. No He is too, ious slaying of Max Sammet, 43lluasoUnl is determined to obtain ->-.-. ,. „ ... outrageous, no rumor too filthy year-old German-Jewish refugee, control over Palestine and Egypt, ... I" .... r -..,.., -r. J i ., f r our detractors. We have rarely who was found dead under the Dr. William E, Dodd, former United ... ... „ _. had a chance to repudiate these steps of an abandoned house on States ambassador to Germany.; lndignit|e8 othe ,. than by act8 of the wes{ 8fde Hfi k told the House Foreign Affairs ,.,,., %  ,. ., .. „ individual courage and grace. At blow on the head. Sammet, a denCenter. Mrs. Sam Witten was | Committee in secret testimony du r -1 ea8t we ca „ 0 „, n and 8(and t 8t by profeS8lon was 8tud chairman of the contests. | mg which he disclosed a plan by fMt „ ^ Un|vep8jty of n ino|8 The study group sponsored by i which II Duce and Hitler Senior Hadassah which meets semimonthly, was held last Monday evening In the home of Mrs. Sam Weiss. agreed to divide between have ( them-i selves control of Danublan Europe, i testimony revealed by a member the Mediterranean and North Af-jof the committee who refused to rlca, according to details of the permit the use of his name. Dr. Dodd is also reported to have urged a boycott of Gerfany. Italy and Japan by the democratic nations.



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PAGE E:OHT THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 193ft -oral ia already clear: | directors He's also president ._ I >k. l)p..Lnainr Lf'rt'.l UVliL RIS BRITISH JEWRY FACES A CRI : The Struggle Around the Jewish State I Officially, DO repress:*:::^s :;e :::-. -" lnst nimentj of the Rochester B'nai B'rith Lodee ^" .,, __ i;.;. ;. th rule, not the awe win still be rUBB :-.. %  -..-. not historic he's the youngest BB president In the world and probably the Junior of all welfarefund directors. -B/ WiLLiAV ZLKERMAN-. *don oTlSiSTe 0 tlO. is an integral that many churches and pries. ££m £j who fav Ml and un.versal ^IJjM £•££" %  Roth^hilds. the other gre.: Jawmodern history Z.onSidney Mat, of l h e Ex-L farn lly> ish financiers, the d-recto* ot Ml % %  P>P> >*: ls d e J "" SL.S R. D international capitals organisenu this a*e the Jewsh seu.e of the Ballet Ru, e tions. :he heads of chain Mores, p. I not been impelled out Broadway is agog o-er the report the corporation lawyer, and more tragic that screen acress Sylvia Sidney Mf industrialists and all those need U dc what Czech and Flem-jand Luther Adler of others known in England as >a*l and Serb were doh. y— i the Jewish peopie Bmi| been thought of as no pe%  • but ,reak or gh0ft W,U be dl8a PP oin,ed • • • L rimalacran of what once! sister Stella is known as Ardler in Jews.' would have %  to do with this matter. To this ins.dious bac>.underground campaign -".as been added an open press campaign conva>. —d through the London Je The Jewish Chronicle :s a great and powerful organ of fewlah ;:n:on in England. Being the only Anglo-Jewisnewspaper %  it :s looked upon by r.-Jewish world a, the mouth"--.->• This functhe famous stage tribe are about to become M and Mrs B ut we h^-rewith warn the columnists that they Aa *-i at ot "e Jrw-.sh with regard u the T -w:%  %  %  i ism. But there it no imparPot raaaoa when the queswlah State arose, it • rally precipitated a • •"Jewteh Chronicle r.as genert lied with laudable :~: %  under its new ed: : and with oi = -.i-htai beaa :r. Ea| too the Jewij Baal has be • te he tool of the "blue Jews, whei ei Hooda.' ~ • result ot ia Eastcra Ea wel-kaowa. The -• i (or %  aaatbar of Bnt.sh Government, incline-i sre growing In pasaion aad tat< t be gonIs aatn raatlBatlon ia re 1 %  inl bare, moatly lined m 'or the Palestine has postponed h Weat-Eai : A in Jews -ow almost indetinitely. Why ----• %  Soon no Jew. B : .-;t Bat shoe iba Araba the cpand •... who count' at one wanta to rei a ot the Weatera Jews is and the aa The decision bit readers will be able to based more or '.ess on intellectual can wa White Paper iking at--. | (or U groonda, in England it flowa chiefly inltely Anglicised Jews gnore the ( — u .-:. pc ireaa ~ ostensibly, c:; portaat. in-.err.k: (act In al'. or a:• the graateat maiorThpean Jews In EngJew-;?h '.ife at the present moment, ity of Ang] =t d Jews are supposla erer, the overwhe'.mThingi bare a'.ready reached an b ardent Z — -•Bit li Ity of the Jews in Engan try: r, Taf .Br:-air; has taken over the land. At the last test of str• -%  • Mandate the Board of Jewish %  • • '•' %  Iging I I2i against T. >^ r.deed. be the opini I rerted to Z Many f these Anglicised Jews I •hschild. a Sir Wall eyj or a Sir Lionel Cohen • %  • %  tore thai | i< ^-:on In Enlectloi iropean Jewi laon Nurae." a i ter Jews are loathe to a I. they principle and in n : today dl %  ed as by these Je^-truggl) f any kind li alien -' %  liti aroni balanced natun you see what my gentleman • when he accused me of talkie a Nazi Only he didn't zi rseant it. And the trouble li area, that so many people -what they mean, that : t know the meaning of Dinga. I was speaking enough—(or the conversation took p ace in German :.zenart. of our Jewyon prefer) culi Hollywood, but on the East Side her pictures are advertised una-r the name "S. Adler. Jacob Adlers daughter." That Ludwig isohn-Sinclalr Lewis business is getting hot L ewis is considering suing Lewisohn for al because the latter said Sin< lair lifted pages from Ludwig's for the latest Lewis opus FOR SHAME, SENATOR Wonder why Senator AH-.. Ellender of Louisiana dragge. shied like a Jewa into his antilynching (I He had been shell-shocked tering speech in the Senate o:. by the Hitlerian use of the words ruary Bth. ... In the course geaart I I led to plead remarks he said he had re< 1 him My good" m.. i resolutions favoring the au:.-lyn•becan ing bill from Communist organ!peoples who have bad character! aatlona, including one from i no reason for our pretending ganlxatlbn in New York City to have no character at ali. There the Raven. "When I re is nothing that cannot !• .%  -1 the communication from the R*Tis nothing that (antiot be en.'' said the Senator. "I th corrupted. And when two people from the fact that this lode or two peoples do the same thing whatever it may be called, was it is. of course, not the same thing named the Raven that it would apand we do not know what any act propriately be a colored organizawill be until we know the moral tion. ... To my surprise, ho* character of the acr nly Sew York's chief of police • ir.e that makes any differei n that it was a white organization, this world is the moral quality o( compoaed of diaaatiaflad Jews lea and others W: •ig Communism in thi.i try." great the cansstWll• %  and the mi i %  %  • %  b Ag lestine. XXX WHAT'S HAPPENING HERE Did you hear about the .1 i ih real estater in Jeraay City ho A grgood publicly proclaimed that M men arnternatlonallata, all bad Mayor Hague had done more for How true ''"' •'•"** than any man of "the a ::•.cloth?" The remark was everything and r al ,h f open forum of the tot certain to do the worst damar ible. tthealigbi o( the great Monte-1 j, Itb the J. hare 1 < one'of • 5t t %  % % %  > %  •• w n r mlty. a struggle whl •he unfor-experl leaden th ture in 1 elr poor ore rereligloolata In Eaatern Europe. nd wh T • %  ... East< n Jews now depe. Hand eld* lor -hink It for them runs counter both roll It has been • Ar.zio-Jewich r aditior. and I it of •_:.. • tradition oi Vii -m. :•• The result has been a c : In England, and campaign which has no paralli • : %  %  %  '• %  Jewish community in now constitutes almost a major Europe or in America. A campaign calamity I such a nationality here City's Reform temple. Th>Palestine we s '"' e on Jewey City Jews to repire to be. THE WORLD'S WINDOW Strictly Confidential Continued from Page Fivt) vent them (rom criticizing H is getting hotter by the minu. The prize for the dumbest a I > %  year must go to the gent who tried to distribute Nazi literataie outside Madlaon Sq\iare Garden •• ter the bask.-hall game between (Continued from Page Five ich bitter, narrow partisanship had there been any one le't wv


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FRIDAY, FEBRUABY 25, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE NINE. Tampa Notes The annual luncheon of Tampa chapter of National Council of JeWilb Women was held Tuesday ;,i the Tampa Terrace Hotel with Mrs. Hannah B. Solomon as guest of honor. Mrs. Solomon, a founder of the National Council, LYNCH JOINS WITH SELDEN Thomas P. Lynch, a well-known puhlic accountant, formerly with a large practice In Jacksonville and North' Florida, has joined forces with Charles B. Selden, a certified public accountant with extensive offices In the Seybold Building, celebrated" her| T hey are retalnln 6 Jacksonville eighteenth birthday anniversary at I 8on e ^ lon J* pilules of a the Triennial convention l„ Pitts-' tra,ned 8tatf of accountants to burgh in January when the fortylifth anniversary of the council ah held. Tampa Chapter, National Council of Jewish Juniors gave its annual milk fund ball February 23 at Davis Islands Country Club. Proi ads from the dance are used to provide milk for undernourished • ildren, the major project of the council. The chapter provides milk daily lo twenty-two needy children, ten children at Gary School under the supervision of Miss Rae Blrnbach. and ten at Oak Park School under the supervision of Miss Beatrice 1'. dner. This work has been done i e the establishment of the i hapter five years ago. Miss Florence Haimovitz, daugliter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Haimovitz and S. Herman Rosenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Rosenberg, of i anisteo. N. Y.. were married Sunday at Temple Rodoph Sholom with Rabbi A. Burger officiating. The nuptial music was in charge of Mrs. Isla Lyles Garcia, pianist and Sam Verkauf, vocalist. The handle engagements on municipal and commercial work in various parts of Florida. Selden is an oldtimer here, and was formerly Director of Finance for the City of Miami. Miss Bertha Markowitz, of Savannah, Ga., is the guest at the home of her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Markowitz. PAID AT FLAGLER Dinner Dance to be Given Arrangements are being made for a dinner dance sponsored by the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women to be held at the Hollywood Beach Hotel Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Buchman left Monday for an extended tour to New Orleans and Mobile. The Tampa Section Junior Hadas | sah held a scavenger hunt Wednesi nay night. The parties met at the Y. M. H. A. where they received their scavenger list. Objects were later brought to the home of Mrs. Jay Markowitz where refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Jhlius Silverman won the prize or being the first to return with their complete scavenger list objects. The committee In charge of the arrangements were Mrs. Dave Pennan, president of the Hadassah: Mrs. Louis Simovitz, chairman of the committee: Miss Elizabeth Abl.ride was given in marriage by her | ramovitJ ,, Mr8 A1 Welss and Mrg father and Mrs. Morris Bennett was matron of honor. Miss Ethel Haimovitz, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Norman Rosenberg brother of the groom was best man and other attendants were Oscar Verkauf, Howard Seidenstein of New Rochelle, N. Y., Paul Haimovitz. Ernest and Sam Weber. Following the ceremony a supp r party was given at the Davis Jay Markowitz. The Tampa Section Junior Ha dassah will hold their regular monthly meeting at the Hotel Flor-j idlan Tuesday, March 1, at which time election of officers will be held. Mr. and Mrs. Morris D. Weisman announced the Bar Mitzvah of their" Islands Country Club for members Ed ward H. Weisman, Friday.! of the family. Following the supper many friends of the young February 25, and Saturday morn ing, February 26 at the Temple Rocouple attended the formal recepdoph sh0l0Jn# A reC eption will be The largest quiniela of the year was paid at the West Flagler Kennel Club during the last week when Smutty Man and Real Command romped home in the hurdle race' and paid $749.00. The payoff climaxed an evening of thrills which found the favorites being beaten and gigantic prices being paid. Court Jester was beaten in a 3-16 sprint by Smoky Breeze and the winner paid $99.40 for a two dollar ticket. The quiniela paid $104.00. Fancy Jim beat Reba Nell and paid $44.80. The first round of the eliminations for the West Flagler Nursery stakes ended Wednesday night. Six eliminations were staged and the winners showed much class. The second round begins Friday night. Thirty-two were left In the eliminations and when the second round ends March 1, twenty-four will be left. The finals will be staged March 10. Record crowds have been attending nightly and the racing has been extremely colorful. The extremely high class dogs at West Flagler is shown in the result charts daily. Dogs at West Flagler are traveling over various distances faster by full seconds than those at other tracks. In fact even the hurdle dogs are faster than some of the stars at other tracks are on the flat. Court Jester's and Goodie Boy's defeats broke big winning streaks of both dogs but they will soon start compiling a new string of wins for they are without question America's best greyhounds. West Flagler can be reached within ten minutes from any part of Miami. Located at West Flagler and 37th Avenue it is easily accessible. Busses leave Burdines at ten cents. Mannle Gates orchestra enmlnute intervals. The fare is ten tertains nightly. AN OUTDOOR SCHOOL situated on quiet Normandy [ale providing ideal educational facilities in all grades from nursery through high school. NORMANDY RESIDENT AND DAY SCHOOL LEO Hl'BERMAX Director Telephone 6-1061 1021 Biarritz Drive. Miami Beach. Florida on Wednesday, March 23, at 8:30. Admission charged will be seven dollars per couple. ( 9 Serving M 'Florida's Finest American-Jewish Dinner" ST. REGIS RESTAURANT 446 COLLIN/ AVE. AAlArAl BEACH I MOKE FOR youRjm Here is extra earning power from your savings account with absolute safety We have always paid 4 percent on savings no matter how large or small Each account is insured up to $5,000 by a governmental agency. PHONE 3-2652 INJURED SAVINGS wm. MORTGAGE LOANS DHDE FEDERAL 5Rvmcs nno Lonn assocmTion OF mmmi Ground f loar.CoiijrssB Sty.* 109 N. E. Second flvi. J. M. UPTON, President lion which was held during the %  rung. Mr. and Mrs. Rosenberg left during the evening for a wedding trip to points through the state. They will later go to Ossenlng. N. Y., where they will make their future home. Mrs. S. Berner left Sunday morning for West Palm Beach where she will be the guest of friends and relatives. held after services In the vestry room of the Temple. The M. J. M. Club entertained at a sravenger hunt at the home of Miss Millie Kotler. Prizes were awarded and refreshments were served by the hostess. Guests were Dot Rosenfarb, Helen Peretzman. Millie Kotler, Dot Cohen, Edith Elozory, Evelyn Vangilder, Lilly Star, Sylvia Halmovit, Frances Zbar, Herbert Feinberg, Albert Aronovitz, Eddie Rosenblatt, Allan Cbenkins, Arthur Hyman. Maurice Mrs. H. Beckett, of Tampa, with Cohen. Benny Burger, Herbert her aunt, Mrs. Leon Hoffman, of Steinberg, Herbert Goldberg and New York, left Monday morning Leonard .Vangilder. for Miami and Homestead, where they will visit Mrs. Harry Jenkins, of Chicago, 111., is the guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. J. Markowitz, Mrs. I. K. Lubefzky and Mrs. S. F. Isaacson, all of Tampa, left Friday morning for Atlanta, where they will attend the wedding of their nephew and cousin, Mr. Ben Golden, to Miss Ruth Weinstein, of New Jersey. 'ii minim, nniimitMinmiiinMiMM m ntiirmiimn'j* KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St nnd' Normal Ave CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cookd and Smoked Meats NOW OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN 4tllllllt 1 1 2^ { L r^l Thrilling ^USA JSLE Interesting SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE Alligator Wrestling Every Hour N. W. 25th Ave. and 16th St. IN THE TRADING POST Indian Dolls Baskets Moccasins Ruga Blankets Alligator Bags — Silver Work 25C Admission Includes Everything OPEN TO VISITORS 9:00 A. M-6 P. M. Something Interesting to See All the Time It Takes Enterprise To Keep Up with the Magic City of Miami! T IMES move in Miami T he small town is no longer it is a thriving metropolis, the fastest growing city in the United States v eritably a Magic City. In 1916 S. II. Kress and Company began its contribution to the growth of Miami t en years later in 1926, a larger, a magnificent store was opened to keep pace with the Magic City of Miami and to serve its ever-growing population Now twenty-two years after coming to Miami. S. II. Kress and Company makes another contribution to the growth of the Magie City a store which can be numbered among the most beautiful store buildings of the world E very known improvement gained in more than forty years experience have been incorporated in what is the pride of the S. H. Kress Company In the same spirit of contributing to the growth of the Megio City we pledge to continue our policy of continuing to keep pace with Miami and to ever serve its needs. ftl I 1 nil I 1 Nil 1 1 54 EAST FLAGLER STREET THROUGH TO 55 S. E. FIRST STREET ON THE SITE OF THE VENETIAN ARCADE ,%



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PAGE TEX THE JEWISH FLORID IAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25 .193a Lights In Shadowland *::: = ; c-.s • %  1 lCa*ttn*te fro— Page Pive) she fcaa played is a • .-7: %  -: V: i: M* working -• her tkirj aictare re-:'"" ••• is European payers taa: the;, aft ... Pi -1 has bee:: fjt^ad :o a cor.: D*TM 0. k .... I I X BAKER GETS A RAISE Balret 1 • -Gold%  %  %  w.th th< "r* ,.. -z ; *-" A l %  %  B-. • -_ CERTIFIED BUSINESS D'R E C T ORy — THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PATRONAGE BECAU8E OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY. '-— •: r^-; --•- — V-.:~:N; j:i E-f .-_ .• Til -1 --.tn ;Uj B~. r :.--—B*??Se-. %  '-— -—^2-Z =*.SE BOOS. — -3 N E ;•rr ACCOCNTANTS :-A=.ES a KLOfN, c = — ---.— %  -" ATTRACTIONS %  11 • made, S 1X1 k.-I E. ItTH 8T PLASTERING, stucco and gen.pairs. Patching a specialty .,,*" mates. Phone 4-3853. ""• PLUMBING FLORISTS MATTRESS RENOVATING EX:C 3^ = :E".5 ••: — < THE AQUARIUM %  rant ;• %  11 l aitei pi %  va ice of i BASCOM'i = :=:. 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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE ELEVEN YOURS TO OWN--YOURS TO SERVE WITH! THUS LOVELY TABLEWARE WELL BE YOU R PROUD LIFELONG P OSSESSION Truly Such An Amazing Offer May Ne v er Come to You A gain BEAUTIFUL 6-PIECE UNIT OF WM. A. ROGERS A-1 PLUS SILVERWARE absolutely free for every New Subscription or only 99c with coupon for our old subscribers COMPLETE 6-PIECE UNIT With a Written Guarantee Contains: 1 SAL4D FORK 2 TEASPOONS 1 SOUP SPOON 1 DINNER FORK 1 DINNER KNIFE (Solid Handle—Stainless Steel Blade) J 6 Beautiful Pieces Pure Silver Plated Ric Lustrous SILVERWARE That Beautify Your Tabl h Something You've Always Wanted Beautiful Silverware! All women love ft but few women own it. Picture vour table set with rich, lustrous silverware. Picture serving your guests with the famous ROGERS SILVERWARE To the thousands of women who have always wanted this we have an announcement of great importance to make. The Jewish Floridian, through the co-operation of Oneida, Ltd., makers of ROGERS SILVERWARE, now make it possible for ALL women to own America's Standard of Tableware Excellence. No longer need you envy other women, no longer need vou just hope for fine tableware but you, too, can now enjoy lovely ROGERS SILVERWARE —to enrich your table, to evoke the admiration of your guests. Heavy Quality—Guaranteed Without Time Limit "This beautiful Rogers Silverware Set, representing a complete table service for one person, in the smart new Encore Design, is made and guaranteed without time limit by that world famous silversmith, Oneida Ltd. This excellent quality ware is heavily silverplated to extra standard grade on the finest 18% nickel silver base, and in addition has an extra plating of pure silver at the points of greatest wear. These points come at the back of the bowls of the spoons and at the back of the tines of the forks. Should any piece of this high quality silverware ever fail to give satisfactory service, we will replace that piece absolutely free of charge." Free or Only 99c and a Coupon And now think of this. The retail value of this unit is $2.79. You obtain a new subscriber for the Jewish Floridian and you get the •unit free or pay only 99c, and a coupon which you clip from the Jewish Floridian. Imagine G pieces of ROGERS SILVERWARE for only a little more than you would pay for ordinary silverware! Women all over town will jump at this opportunity because it is unusual indeed! We urge you, too, to act on this offer, for it may never tome again! Start saving your coupons now I No Limit to Units You May Obtain There is no limit to the number of units you can obtain. You can obtain service for one or the whole family. So make sure you obtain a new subscriber for the Jewish Floridian or take advantage of the low cash offer accompanied by coupon. The Jewish Floridian is anxious to make new friends. That is why this offer is being made possible. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN P. 0. Box 2973, Miami, Florida Please enroll as a subscriber for one year for which I enclose two dollars. Name Address • City • Obtained by • Address • %  (You are to forward me one unit as described, free of charge, for my services in obtaining this subscription.) FOR OLD SUBSCRIBERS THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN P. 0. Box 2973, Miami, Florida. I am enclosing 99c and this coupon as an old subscriber of your paper, for which you will please send me one unit of the silverware described, to Name • City • Address • (Mail Orders 15c Extra) L Take Advantage of this Unusual Offer and Obtain Your Unit of Silverware



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PAGE TWELVE THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, FEBRU ARY 25, 19% MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM A KELLNER. Rabbi RABBIS RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 Heads Women's I"3P^) (^PTYOURE | fTE Division of J. D. C. \^J^A\ DR'V |NG ME I THE %  Jl\St£r< CRAZY J V_A LOVE TO SEE CHILDREN HAVE GOOD TIME SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily: Sbachris at S a. m.; Mlncha at 5 arir, 15 minutes after sunset. Sabbath services: Friday evening at o:- p. m.: Saturday morning a: 9 a. m.; Saturdav afternoon at 515 p. m. 1 FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES An appreciative a tdience enjojret i most inspiring service la.-t Friy nigbt, Rabbi Mayer Freed of tbe Yeihiva College aroused a high with his most eloquent description of the work of the Yeshivas in general and the Yeshiva Rabbi Isaac Elchanan in ijr. Another splendid contribution as the singing of Cantor Ju'ia Ap, el. a distinguished v: % %  I I Cantor Appel will once more • in • • %  Mirice and Rabbi iraham A. Keilner will continue II : |i this week he a "Hadai Wrong tin." ANNUAL BALL %  : Ing rim Ball 1 mefii i I the Talmud Torah Fund of the C gregation A beautiful ball n %  ras been engaged for the evening la • is building of the Miai lub, B icayne D .. itreel The well kn %  -.-has sn booked In addition to several outstanding entertainers of the area wh'> hare volunteered their ices for the evening. RefreshBut booths will be Bet Up for the purpose of serving the f:nest in cakes drinks, landwicbea and candy. Mrs. Ida Bucksteln is genilrman of the affair and t:ie full committee members working with her will be publii ezt week. Foi t cketa and reservations call the chairman of thMrs. I. Ro;engart(-n at 8-2730. We are hopeful t at many fiends of the Congregaand Hebrew School will respond most loyally to the call and ne in large numbers to help our cause. TEPHILIN CLUB Services 'his Buuday morning Will begin sharply at !-:lo and as in the past a delicious breahfast will be served after the services. \ special meeting will be held Immediately after the breakfast to discuss a I'urim Play to be given <>n Sunday night, March 20 for the benefit of the Congregation's Building Fund. HABANOTH PLAY ACCLAIMED The main auditorium of the Y. M. H. A was i rowded with an over flow audience who came and enred the play and entertainment presented by the Habanoth chapter of Miami Thanks to the Indefatigable work of the dub's sponsor, Mrs. Abraham A. Keilner and her co-workers, Mesdames S. Tan>inbaum and N. Rosen, a most delightful program was presenti Also featured on the program were Mr. Abraham Bramson and his or•-tra as well as Cantor Judah' Appel of Cleveland. Tre following members of the club participated: Theima Tiergrr. invocation; Phyllis Shulman, aims of the club; Marsha Harris, reciting; Phyllis Shulman. songs; Adele Stone and Hope Klle n Tannenbaum songs and dances. In the Sabbath Tableaux were Eileen Alpert. Ru' Rosenfeld. Thelma and Barbara Phyllis and Madeline Shul.• i. sen, Eunice Roberts and the same group led by Phyllis Shulman depleted the Chalutzim :. Palestine. The Shulman • e also presented in a dance number. The followi:. | —d in the play: Rita Grossman. Stanley Tannenbaum. Louise Taffet. Hope Ellen Tannenbaum. Ballot. Irwin Berger and Billy Lubel. CANTOR APPEL TO CONDUCT SERVICE r Judah Appel of Congregation Knesse'h Israel. Cleveland. Ohio, is visiting our community and will be hearl conducting services In our congregation Friday and Saturday. Man h 4 and 5. The Cantor will also give a concert Sunday night. March *> at 6:10 p. m. The %  will start promptly at that time to enable our people to attend t e annual Purim Ball of Beth Jacob Congregation of M ami Beach. i GREENBERG TO BECOME CHIEF JUSTICE OF TRANSVAAL HIGH COURT Johannesburg. I UN'S — Justice M

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Miami, Fla
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February 25, 1938

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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wJewisti Floridian
Cohuw? Yhe Jewish HJmity
VOLUME II.NO. 7.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1938
PRICE FIVE CENTS
HA DASS A H
PRESIDENT
TO SPEAK HERE
Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, national
president of Hadassah and one of
the outstanding Zionists of this
country will be the guest speaker
at the annual Donor's luncheon of
the Miami Chapter of Senior Ha-
MRS. MOSES P. EPSTEIN
dassah next Monday at the Town
Casino Club, Miami Beach at 1:00
o'clock. Mrs. Epstein will bring
a message of importance to the
Jewish women of this area and
will tell of the work of Hadassah
since its inception more than 25
yean ago. She will describe the
sanitation work, establishment of
hospitals and other work of Hadas-
ash including the present Youth
Aliyah movement which is estab-
lishing many of the youth of Ger-
many in Palestinian colonies at
the expense of Hadassah.
The invocation will be given by
Mrs. Joseph Williamson, and the
benediction by Florence Jacobs.
During the luncheon Roemary Ger-
son Klemptner will sing several se-
lections and will be accompanied
at the piano by Frances Drucker-
man.
All members and friends are urg-
ed to attend and hear Mrs. Jacobs
whose recent nation wide radio ad-
dress received so much commenda-
tion. Reservations may be made
with Mrs. Gertrude Berlin, chair-
man of the luncheon committee.
Aiding actively in the work locally
are Mrs. Max Dobrin and Mrs. Mor-
ris Rubin, co-chairmen of the Youth
Aliyah committee for Miami.
BUND LEADER
GOES TO GERMANY
New York, (WNS)Fritz Kuhn.
national leader of the German-
American Bund, sailed for Ger-
many by way of Antwerp on the
steamship Westerland of the Red
Star Line, which was formerly own-
ed by Arnold Bernstein, German-
Jewish shipping magnate. Kuhn
refused to admit his Identity to
newspapermen but his name was
on the passenger list. It Is believ-
ed he was called to Germany to re-
ceive new instructions concerning
the Bund and its propaganda acti-
vities.
L BALL
TO BE HELD
jB'nai B'rith Social New Commissioner
| Outstanding Event To Begin Work
The Seventh Annual Purim Ball
sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation will be held at the
Women's Club Ballroom on N. E.
17th Terrace and the Bay next
Tuesday evening, March 1st, begin-
ning at 9:00 o'clock.
A number of outstanding enter-
tainers have promised to attend
during the evening and entertain
the guests. Dancing will be enjoy-
ed until a late hour. Booths com-
The February social meeting of
Sholem Lodge of B'nal B'rith was
attended by more than five hun-
dred members and visitors at the
Alamac Hotel patio last Wednes-
Jerusalem. (WNSPalcor Agen-
cy)Sir Harold MacMiehael, the
new high commissioner of Pales-
tine, will arrive in the country at
Haifa on the warship Enterprise
on March 3rd. Sir Arthur Wau-
BANQUET IS
TENDERED
TO WORKER
day night. Presiding at the meet-1 '"hope, the present high commls-
ing was E. Albert Pallot, vice-pres- 8ioner' wi" leave his post on March
ldent. Judge Hy Roth of Orlando, lst bv alr f01 Egypt after attending
president of the Florida Federation tarewell ceremonies scheduled for
of B'nal B'rith Lodges, was enthu-1 Jerusalem. It i8 believed that Sir
In recognition of outstanding
work rendered to the organization
si'as"ticrily"'re"ce*i^rw"h0eSn"lnUe: Arthur will "meet "with Sir"Steroid during the past year and ******
brought a message from the other '" EK>'Pt before the new high com- '
Lodges of the State. He was fol- niissioner boards the Enterprise.
lowed by Rabbi Morris A. Skop,'Tne Allahab, weekly Arabic news-
of Orlando who spoke splendidly! DaDer "*<* has replaced the Muf-|ial
memorative of the holiday will be and urged a unified community and li's A1 Liwa' reported that imme-. .
placed throughout the ballroom and a stronger B'nal B'rith organlza- dlately after his arrival in Pales- *eDary _'_ "e Alanli
tion. and brought enthusiasm from;"ne Blr Harold will publish a pro-
his listeners. clamation appealing for tranqutllty.
If he is obeyed, the messaue is al-
A surprise of the evening was IeKed to 8ay a Arnbs deportwl
for the Talmud Torah of the Con-! the appearance of Rabbi J. X. Co^ wl ,)e repatl.iated and (h(1S(. lnter.
gregation. Mrs. Ida Buckstein is hen- asaoclate Rabbi of the Free ned consecration camps and
general chairman and she is being Synagogue of: New York and chair-, prisons will oe reieased. The new'New York City and graduated
York Law School
will contain articles of interest and
refreshments which will be offered
to the guests at nominal prices.
The entire proceeds will be used
parade ot
stars, the Young Men's Hebrew
Association will tender a testimon-
dinner on
uar
to Mr. Leo Robnison, prominent
banker and communal worker of
this area, who will receive a lamb
skin suitably inscribed.
Mr. Robinson who is a native of
assisted by Mrs. Charles Tannen- man ot' lhe Economics Commission ( lllBh commissioner Is also said to
baum and Mrs. I. Rosengarten, and of the American Jewish Congress,; be piarinlng t0 carry out ,hp Roval
other members and officers of the
Congregation and Auxiliary.
STATE ADVOCATE
NAMED TO BOARD.
and Rabbi Israel Herbert Levin-
thai of New York. Rabbi Cohen. ov
held his audience spell-bound with tjon
a stirring word picture of world
conditions affecting Jewry and urg-
ed cohesive action and an under-
London, (WNS)Proponents of
a Jewish state In Palestine scored
a major victory In the. Board of
Deputies of British Jews, the cen-
tral representative body of British
Jewry, when the Board elected Dr.
Israel Feldman, chairman of its
Palestine Committee, as a vice-
president over Otto M. Schiff, pres-
ident of the Jews' Temporary Shel-
ter, by a vote of 128 to 121. Feld-
man was the candidate of the
Zionists and all who support Dr
Chaim Weizmann's policies. Schiff
was supported by the opponents
of the Jewish state and assimila-
tionists. Feldman was elected to
fill the vacancy created by the res-
ignation of Lionel Cohen who re-
signed because of his opposition to
the Board's January 16th solution
recommending the Inclusion of Pal-
estine In the British Cofmonwealth
of Nations.
from the New
and received his master of Art de-
gree from St. Lawrence University
came to Miami several years ago
and immediately began taking an.
active part ill the work of the Jew-
ish community. He is now treas-
urer of the United Jewish Appeal
taking in the work of the J. D. C.
Vienna, (WNS)-A statement by and ,U' P' ^J00?!* ^TlT,f
Dr. Desider Friedman, president of ''e 0rea[er M.'ami ?ionlst Di8tr'ct'
Schuschnigg Fails
To Allay Alarm
and to be willing and ready to as-
sume the burden of Jewry and
their Jewish brethren everywhere
as was the duty of every Ben
B'rith.
The Union of American He-
brew Congregation's educational
department seems pleased with
its workDr. Emanuel Gamoran
of Cincinnati, educational direct-
or of the Union, caught chatting
about some recent materials Is-
sued by his department with
Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath of
Montreal at a meeting in Chicago
standing of Jewish conditions on
the part of American Jewry. Rabbi
Levinthal in an address marked
with sincerity and feeling compared
Jewry today with the priests of, chancellor' Kurt" s"chu8shnigg"" to "fe ,,,ember of the v- A- d
old, and urged his hearers not only ,he Au8trian zion,8t Organization, rector ot the Jew,eh WeIfare B ;
to feel Jewish, but to think Jewish and a deiegation of Jewish Indus- reau' me'ber f Bet.". .JacD C.T
trialists, that Austrian Jews had
nothing to fear from the recon-
struction of the government which
has turned control of the country
over to Nazis and Nazi sympathlz-
Elry Stone, president of the f''s failed to allay the alarm in
Lodge spoke briefly. A program Jewish circles resulting from the
of entertainment under the direc- bloodless coup because the Chan-
tion of Chester Alexander was pre- cellort reassurances coincided
sented by Jack Abbot chairman of wi,h Ue spread of rumors that
the Inttllectual Advancement Com- Austria was preparing anti-Jewish
mittee. Dancing, singing and in- measures. Read by Jewish leuders
to overthrow .mass meetings called
to consider the situation resulting
from the Nazification of Austria.
Schuschnigg's statement was read
in the light of widespread reports
Rtfreshments were served and of impending legislation to revise as a U8eful and worthwhUe charac-
the facilities of the Hotel extended citizenships acquired by Jews since ,er build,nS institution In Greater
through the Family Jacobs and the the war. MiamI-
The Schuschnlgg statement de- The Governor's Club of the or-
nied that the government was draft- ganization will be host at the ban-
Ing anti-Jewish legislation or con- quet which will begiu at 9:00
sidering the revision of citizenship.; o'clock in the Palm Room of the
It also emphasized that absolutely Hotel, and which will also honor
strumental numbers were present-
ed with Marx Feinberg and Milton
Friedman, members of the Lodge
giving several vocal selections.
Alamac Hotel.
gregation, member of the Mt. M -
riah Masonic Lodge, the New York
Consistory of Scottish Rite Masons
the Mecca Temple Shriners. Chair-
man of the Peace Committee of
Sholem Lodge H'nai B'rith, member
of the Civic League of, Miami
Beach, of the Miami Chamber ot
Commerce, the Manna-Zucca M isle
Club and numerous other welfare
and fraternal organizations. He
was one of the founders of the
Governor's Club of the Y. M. H. A..
which is limited to life members
of the organization, and has taken
an active interest in the work of
the Y., so it might take Us placs
NOTED RABBI
ARRIVES HERE no change in the policy of the A us- Nick Kenny, outstanding radio col-
Rabbi J. X. Cohen,
trian government towards the Jews umnist, and other life members or
Associate is contemplated and that the Aus-, the organization who will be pre-
trian government will adhere to' sented their membership cards. Mr.
the priciple of equality of rights k. Albert Pallot, president of tut
Econom"lc*Commrssi'on oTthe"AmeT- and W|U reJect a" Citalnation Y., will preside and he will be as-
ican Jewish Congress arrived herelaRa,n8t Aus,rlan Jewry n ''""*'0"s' *isted by Miss Ida Engler, presi-
and social lines. Nothing was said.; de-, of tne Y. W. H. A. The broth-
however. of economic discrimina- j er8 Goodman, owners of the Clne-
tlon und the posibility that the j maTheatre and Mr. Larry Morris.
Against eWoym^nto^JewrR^bbr^T'11^ may be in,Ioduc<,d- A'j manager of the treatre, who aided
Cohen has during the past vears otficial government pronounctment ln the recent parade of stars will
. ..i, i ii i on the Jews is expected shortly.
done some effective work ln ellml-j
nating abuses of this character in
Rabbi of the Free Synagogue of
New York and Chairman of the
this week for a brief stay and dur
ing his visit will make an invest!
gation of alleged dlsrrlminatlon
be presented testimonials.
New York, notably with the A. T.
& T., and Chase National Bank and
other large institutions where Jews
had previously been refused em-
ployment. He Is one of the active
workers of the American Jewish
Congress and played a prominent
role In the World Jewish Congress
held ln Switzerland in 1936. He
wl'l address Temple Israel at the
services tonight.
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.
This event willbe an annual af-
fair and a testimonial dinner will
be given annually to the citizen
who will have done outstanding
work during the year.
Officers of the Governor's Club
are: Wm. M. Shayne, president:
Sam Resnick, lst vice-president;
Hyland Rifas, 2nd vice-president;
Louig Pallot, secretary; Jos. M,
Lipton, exchequer.




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VOLUME II.NUMBER 7
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1938
IRRESPONSIBILITY
they'ra
from whom they spring, the distribution of anti-Semitic litera- brought certain facts. mighty
ture......the fact that these occurences are used to further' pei tinent facts. l0- you couW
certain ends, some of them splendid in themselves and others' !'ear a"d, 8eD8e l*e approval-
.... e Were only sorry that Hy Roth and
absolutely wrong, are but examples which show the absolute Rabb, SkoP couldn't stay with a
need for cooperation in the Jewish communities of Greater i
Miami.
B'nai B'rith has done it, is doing and will continue to do
splendid work in many fields, including the protection of Jew-
ish interests, without notoriety and without fanfare.....co-
operation is needed, and so far as B'nai B'rith is concerned is
always solicited and appreciated......
How about cooperating.....not trying to do the same
thing in so many different and unavailing ways......
little Jonger : maybe
not used to the big town. .
XXX
TTUjumL
TlDiSA,
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
The time has come in Greater Miami when something must
be done to prevent the dragging of the Jewish name into the
public and particularly the daily press for everything one can
possibly think of. Some months ago we suggested that the In-
dianapolis plan be considered whereby news that would go into i
the daily press would be carefully sifted before it was published
by a committee representing the various organizations. Noth-
ing has been done, because of the never satisfied longing for
publicity, for notoriety on the part of some individuals.
This week Miamians were treated to the unpleasant spec-
tacle of an article on the front page of the Miami Herald,
"Beach Jews to draft Hitler Reply" with the news that a meet-
ing would be held at the Miami Beach synagogue and would be
addressed by some of our Rabbis. An investigation showed
clearly that it was the work of an irresponsible solicitor for a
supposed Milk and Bread Fund of Warsaw Poland who had
been given permission to hold a meeting at the synagogue to
raise funds, who adopted this unscrupulous and contemptible
means of obtaining publicity. The meeting was attended by
less than sixty people, quite a number being non-Jews. They
were treated to the spectacle of an unkempt individual har- Adolph
ranguing them and collecting about twentv-two dollars in cash ^22*4 of the
as a result of this publicity the Jewish people were made |officer, and the Mowing members:
the subject of ridicule, unfavorable remarks and will suffer Hyland" Rifas. Joseph Lipton. Har-
a loss of prestige. I ry Markowlts, Sam Resnick, Meyer
During the past several weeks we have noted items in the' * dailies and other publications of GRAND RABBIS, and supposed j' y -
Rabbis arriving here, all of them seeking notoriety, many of TESTIM0N.al d.nner Sunday
tnem known to us as simple solicitors who were never entitled
to the use of the name Rabbi, many of them adopting the title |
of Rabbi, of Doctor, etc.. on their arrival in Miami. All of
them out to mulct the public. The Jewish Floridian has declin-
ed and will continue to decline giving these gentry the publicity
they seeek because the Jewish Floridian feels that these people
should first prove beyond peradventure of any doubt their
rifrht to come here, and the existence and worthiness of the
cause they represent.
Something must be done if the good name of Jewry is not
tc suffer to stop this IRRESPONSIBILITY.
Thank you Mother and Dad fo
your good wishes upon my return
to the writing business.
BANK PRESIDENT HONORED
Mr. Leo Robin-
son, president of
the American Bank
and Trust Com-
pany, at a meeting
of the Governor's
Club of the Y. M.
H. A., was unani-
mously selected as its outstanding
member, particularly for his grand
work on behalf of the third annual
Parade of Stars show held in Jan-
uary at the Cinema Casino. Mr.
Robinson, a resident of Miami for
the past 12 years has been a "Y"
member for the past three years,
is the founder of the Governor's
Club which is composed exclusively
of life members of the "Y."
The officers of the Governor's
Club are: William Shayne. presi-
dent; Leo Robinson, vice-president;
Haimes, secretary and E.
The nom-
B'NAI B'RITH
BRIEFS
you ;
In spite of a bad tooth
couldn't keep Al Pallot down. He
was very much on the job and put
over the cracker Jack meeting of
the year at the Alamac Hotel la Wednesday night.
xxx
Modest Klry couldn't have his
way. ... he had to make an ap-
pearance regardless of bis personal
desires. And he received a fine
round of applause.
XXX
Ike Levin beamed his pleasure
both at the turnout and at the
splendid impressions B'nai B'rith
made, it was a pleasure to watch
him.
XXX
We don't know yet how many
members Ben LeVine got at this
turn out hut he was very much on
the Job.....
XXX
Judge Hy Roth of Orlando might
have been somewhat late but he
even made an old joke sound new
... in fine fettle he put It across
. and we want him to know Mi-
anil Ben Briths appreciate his trip
here.
xxx
Those of us who knew Rabbi
Skop weren't surprised. he was
in splendid shape and when he hers' midst.
Rabbi J. X. Cohen, associate of
Rabbi Stephen Wise, mince 1 no
voids in telling the sto > of wot Id
Jewry. ... we only hope his brief
message will be broadcast every-
where in this area. ... it might
awaken people to their duty ....
B'nai B'rith could use more speak-
ers like him to arouse an interest
which should he held by all hut
unfortunately is held by Just a
limited few. .
And did you see Nathan Adelman
strut the floor. Fred Astaire
had better beware competition
is soon to face him if Nathan keeps
up. ,
xxx
The message of Rabbi Levinthal
of New York was as beautifully
phrased a story of the ideals of
B'nai B'rith as has ever been pre-
sented .... the dress of the High
Priest .... certainly symbolizes
what a Ben Brith should be ... .
a combination of heart, mind,
thought and work .... a willing,
ness to share the burdens. .
xxx
And lest you think that meetings
and fun is all that B'nai B'rith is
doing .... let's tell you we're
getting ready for a bang-up District
Convention of District 5. in Orlan-
do sometime the latter part of May,
just after the season is over in
Miami .... and rest assured that
Miami will be on its toes and give
every help possible. .
xxx
Student work at the University
of Miami will shortly feature not
only lectures but preparations for
providing a Passover Sader for
every Jewish student there that
will not be with his or her folks
then.
xxx
Leo Robinson, chairman of the
Peace Committee is already doing
nice work and will always be ready
ii> keep peace evermost in our mem-
COOPERATION NEEDED
Dr. Samuel Beckman, chairman
of the Testimonial Dinner to be
held this Sunday. February 27th.
in the Palm dining room of the
Alamac Hotel, promises each and
everyone attending an outstanding
evening of entertainment and sur-
prises. The occasion will do honor
to Mr. Leo Robinson as well as a
number of other members with
honorary life membership cards.
Nick Kenny, always ready at our
heck and call, has consented to pre-
side as toaetmaster. So there you
are, that's the nutshell In a sltua-
Miami Beach League Standings
Team Won Lost
Y. If. H. A. ..........3
McNallys ..............3
Shims...... .........1
Miami Beach ..........1
Player...... F. G. F.
Bernie Frank___ 40
Dave Lackawitz ,87
Kd Stein ..........2<\
Milt Weintraub ..26
Phil Weintraub !..25
Ralph Gro8smon ..20
Hal Levinson ......12
Sol Berlin.........5
Nat Krassner ...... 0
Abe Berkowitz .... 0
During the past week we were treated to the spectacle of
a candidate for the United States Senate from Florida appeal-
ing for votes on one of the most un-American platforms ever
presented. Complete stopping of immigration for the next
fifty years. Deportation of all aliens who would not become
citizens within a very short time. Disqualification of every
alien born citizen from holding public office.
The fact that the address was made before representatives
of labor, before an organization that owes its establishment and
phenomenal growth to Samuel Gompers himself an alien born
citizen.....in a city that owes its Magic development to the
'enterprise of alien born men and women, where the native
born is so small a portion of the population as to make it neg-
ligible, makes this even more preposterous. Thank Heaven,
Miamians are so used to fannatics and racketeers of every de-
scription, to harrangues from every possible source, that just
another scheme means nothing.....
The fact that some people rush to print everything, regard-
less of the effect it may have on a portion of those people
tlon. The "Y" cordially invites you Aamn pincU8> Manager
T. Total
3 83
6 SO
12 64
10 62
7 57
5 45
2 S6
3 13
1 1
1 1
and your friends to he with us dur-
ing that evening. Tickets are $1.50
each and you can place your res-
ervation by phoning Miss Mae Kap-
lan at the "Y". Do not procrasti-
nate, purchase your ducats now
Remember the "Y" is your organi-
zation and its ultimate success de-
pends upon the support that you
will give it in Its effort to strive
forward.
Y
"Y" BASKETBALL TEAM IN
FIRST PLACEWIN OVER
McNALLYS BY 33 TO 29
In as hotly a contested game as
I have ever failed to see the Y. M.
H. A. basketball team trounced the
McNally to go Into a tie with them
for the championship of the Miami
Beach league It was the first de-
feat for the McNallys this year and!
the mainstay of the "Y" attack was
none other than Davis Lackawitz
who amassed a total of 14 points. <
Y
Come over to Flamingo Park any
Tuesday or Thursday nite and
watch your "Y" stalwarts in action.
Admission 10c cash. Du Hairst.
Y
MA2EL TOV
The Y. M. H. A. and its affiliated
organizations are very happy to ex-
tend heartfelt congratulations to
Rabhi and Mrs. Max Shapiro on
the birth of their son.
Y
Rosalind, former vice president
of the Y. W. H. A. was duly honor-
ed by being the first Jewish girl to
be accepted by the Alpha Lambda
Delta Sorority of the University of
Alabama. Congratulations Rosa-
Lind Friedman.
Y
Y. W. H. A.
Guided by Its most able president
Miss Ida Engler Is fast becoming
mens groups in the <-ity The fe-
male public is cordially invited to
attend any of their regular weekly
Tuesday meetings held at the V '
c lubrooms.
Y
Leon Liberman. active "Y" mem-
ber and more recently Secretary of
the sixth annual dance is back in
circulation while recuperating from
a recent operation. The "Y" and
I are happy to see you back Leon.
Y
Rudy Adler, chairman of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau's annual
"Night of Stars" is to be compli-
mented for his grand work in mak-
ing that affair an outstanding suc-
cess. And (his time as at the "Y"
show that young singiug marvel,
Harvey Bell, again stopped the
show.
Y-
READY WILLING AND ABLE
If we can be of service to you
at any time through the medium of
this column, do not hesitate to ask
us by writing to the "Y. M. II. A."
1567 S. W. 5th Street. Miami, care
Harry Schwartz. Buenos Noches un-
til next week.
Y
JUNIORS TO GIVE DANCE
The Junior division of the Y. M.
H. A. will sponsor a dance on
March 6 at the Y clubrooms with
Sherwood Lavine and his orchestra
furnishing the music for the even-
ing. Admission charged will be
nominal and everyone is urged to
attend as the funds will be donated
.
one of the largest and finest wo-, to the Y building fund.


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FBIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
FEATURETTES
THE WORLD
-By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
The views expressed by Lud-
wlg Lewisohn In his column ie
his own and do not necessarily
reflect the policies or attitude of
our publication. Reproduction in
whole or in part strictly for-
bidden.
NEW CONSTITUTION GIVES
RIGHTS LONG RESIDENTS
Bucharest, (WNS)Only those
who have lived for centuries on the
had started in England even earli- Qf pre8entday Roumanfa were
A gentleman accused me the oth-
er night of talking like a Nazi. A
Jewish Nazi of course. The quaint
thing is that in his accusation there |
was an element of truth. And the
quaintest thing of all is. as of
course my gentleman never bus-
pected, that this element of truth
IS the universal .element which!
binds the Jewish national rebirth j
to the age and the spirit of the
age.
History in the modern sense wasj
not discovered, was not felt, until
the early nineteenth century. The
discovery of history by the roman-
tic poets and philosophers led to!
an appreciation of the older litera-|
tures of each people which until
then had been considered barbaric |
unmodern. dead, t'nder the infill-]
ence of this movement it ceased to
be fashionable to speak French;
all the mother-tongues of all the
peoples, especially of all the small
and at that time oppressed peo-
ples, became suddenly precious and
dear to those peoples and symboli-
cal of those peoples being and
aspirations.
Tbe Hungarian Parliament ceas-
ed speaking Latin and spoke Mag-
yar; the Czechs ceased speaking
German and spoke Czechish and
were so eager to have a past that
ihey were fooled by forged docu-
ents of an early literature- Wal
t Scott and his novels, especially
- novels of Scotland, of the poetry
of his people's history, were read
find loved from one end of Europe
to another. Minor Walter Seotts.
like Wilhelm Hauff. arose in every
land. The peoples were becoming
conscious of themselves and of
their characters. Folksongs were
gathered and recorded; historic
documents were reprinted; in li-
braries and private archives a
thousand scholars sought the sotirc-
ees of each people's being. Great
epics were made symbols of nat-
ionality th Finnish Knlevala. the |
German Nibelungenlied. The thin;;
Lights In
Shadowland
CASTING OFFICE NEWS
One of the screen's foremost
character actors. Edward G. Robin-
son, has been picked for the lead-
ing role in Warner Bros, produc-
tion of "The Amazing Dr. Clitter-
house." to be directed by Anatole
Litvak. ... Sol Siegal is associate
producer for Republic's latest out-
door action picture now before the
cameras, "Desert Trail Riders". .
novel by Dr. Louis Berg, is now
Jn production at Republic. This
studio is also filming "Sidewalks
of New York" with Bernard Vor-
haus as director and associate Pro-
ducer.....Samuel Ornitz and
Horace McCoy wrote the original
story, and Louise Weitzenkorn did
the screen play. Benny Baker
had firmly resolved that he would
quit smoking cigars and then he
learned that he is required to
smoke one in practically every
scene of his latest picture.....
Paramount's assignment for Sylvia
Sidney marks the ninth time that
(Continhed on Page Ten)
er, with the rediscovery of the
beauty of the old ballads and the
publication of Percy's Reliques of
Ancient Poetry. Nexa came the
science of language! languages
were seen to be deeply integrated
guaranteed equal rights with the
Roumanian race in the Fascist con-
stitution proclaimed by King Carol.
The constitution sets up a corpora-
tive state. There is no specific
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
Tidbits From Everywhere
OH, YOU NAZI MAN
Congressman Jerry O'Connell of
Montana is going to explode a
bombshell within the next six
Bouquets to cartoonist Marcus of
the New York Times, who depicted
Hitler sitting in front of an easel
on which he had painted his own
picture over the words "Bei Mir
will the characters of the peoples; reference t0 the JeW8 but y limlt- \ weeks about Nazi responsibility for, Bi8t Du schoen." ... The cartoon
ing "equality before the law to all' anti-Semitism in Mexico. For-]wag captioned "To His Valentine."
peoples of other races which have mer Mayor William N. McNair of I
and their expression and the Slo-
vaks talked Slovak and the Slove-
nes Slovence and the Croatians
Croatian and.the Flemings Flemish
and there was a revival of Proven-
cal and a revival of the Langue
d'Oc and a hundred lost literatures
were dug up and, last but not least,
the Gaelic revival started in Ire-
land and people went to the West
Coast and to the Arran Islands to
learn Gaelic again and the rebirth
of Gaelic was part of the libera-
tion of Ireland and the coming of
the Irish Free State. Doubtless
(Continued on Page Eight)
. The house organ of the Mar-
lived for centuries on Roumanian Pittsburgh, who Is running for the I 8na[ Field department store of Chi-
soll" the constitution excludes Jews Democratic gubernatorial nomina-j cag0i "The Field Glass." publishe'.l
who became Roumanian subjects tion, says he's in the race "to give an antj.jewish poem in its Decem-
after the World War. There is an-' the Protestants somebody to vote I Der |88ue, an(j when an apology
for". Mrs. Bruno Richard
llaupl 11... 11 is being used as a lure
to attract visitors to a Nazi camp
in New Jersey. Which reminds
us that property owners in Con-
necticut are so determined to keep
other clause in the constitution.'
however, that even limits the rights
of Jews long resident in Roumania.:
This clause provides that govern-
ment positions are to be reserved
only for "ethical Roumanians."
The constitution also circumscribes. Nazi camps out of that State that
religious liberty by according it many of them are now demanding
! only to denominations regarded as the insertion of a clause in bills
not prejudicial to public security, of sale forbidding the use of the
good morals and public order. property as a Nazi camp. .
was demanded obliged with the
even more insulting reply that "it
was all done in the spirit of fun."
XXX
THEY COME, THEY BUILD, THEY DEFEND PALESTINE |
With the aid of ike United Palestine Appeal, the
J4 S00.0OO campaign for tbe aettlement in Palestine of
Jews of Poland, Germany, Roumania and other lands
more than 17MM frosn these cwostries were admitted
lo Palestine during the part ire years. Out of the dark-
neM and misery of the Ghetto and the shadow of the
ranrentration camp, theae men and women have rome
lo build a new life and to bnry forever tbe shattered
mint of the aid. The frontier of Jewish settlement eon-
Itnue* to push forward a* new immigrant* beeomc the
buildc-.rt and pioneers in new agricultural colonies.
(I) Repairing the dynamo for lighting the new settle-
ment of'Molrdet. (2) The new Immigrants' Hostel of
the Jewish Agency in Tel Aviv where new arrivals are
housed before joining Jewish settlements. (3) Putting
p the nrsr home at Moledet. (4) Packing tomatoes in
Givath Brenner. ,(S) Women training for defense in
the new settlement of Banir- (6) A view of New-Hulda
and Herd Forest.
TRANSATLANTIC
Don't believe those reports that
the Pope will welcome Hitler when
the Fuehrer visits 11 Duc.e in the
spring. The Pope has purpose-
ly changed his schedule so that he'll
be out of town when Adolf arrives.
And we can tell you that
those rumors of Hitler's ill health
are more than rumors. He's
been easing up on work steadily
and works only three days a week
nowif you can call call what ho
does work Did you know that
during the army shake-up in Ger-
many three Prussian officers were
arrested in Munich while on their
ray to Hitler's castle at Berchtes-
gaden to assassinate him? A
"Better English Language" has
been organized in Palestine to pop-
ularize the knowledge of English
in the Homeland- When and
if King Zog of Albania marries the
American-born Countess Apponyl
of Hungary he'll have a Jewish
sister-in-law, for the Countess' sis-
ter embraced Judaism when she
married Dr. Michael Arza. one of
the leading physicians of Yugoslav-
ia and an extremely Orthodox Jew.
.... Now that the anti-Semite
Patriarch Miron Christea is prem-
ier of Roumania we wonder if he
remembers that in 1925 and 1927
he was one of the most bitter crit-
ics of anti-Jewish student uprisings
in his country. Which reminds
us to remind you that our prophecy
about Qoga's downfall came truo
even more quickly than we had
promised you. Aas a goodwill
gesture to the United States, the
(Continued on Page Eight)
British Jewry
Faces Crisis
The bitter struggle in Jewish
circles over the proposed Jewish
state in Palestine has split world
Jewry wide open. Mr. Zukermart
discusses the implications of this
breach which has reached critical
proportions in Great Britain.
The Editor.
Probably at no other time in the
last two generations has the Jewish
world been so disunited and split
over an issue as over that of the
Jewish State. In some respects
the present struggle comes near to
that other passionate controversy
over Uganda a generation ago. But
at that time, the issue, with all its
intensity and passion, did not go
beyond the limits of the Zionist
movement, at that time only a
small fraction of what it is now.
The rest of the Jewish world re-
mained Indifferent. Now not only is
the Zionist movement affected, but
many sections of t.ie non-Zionist
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
Jacksonville Notes
Plane for the fifteenth annual in-
stallation banquet of the Ladies
Hebrew Sheltering and Aid Society
and Home for tre Aged have been
completed. The event will be at
7:80 o'clock February 27 and will
held in the auditorium of the
Jacksonville Jewish Center. Those
uiug to attend maycall either
-. Chepenik, Mrs. S. L. Blatt-
ner or Mrs. H. Talisman.
In charge of the evening, Mrs.
Chepenik chairman, is being assis'-
I l tteiing committee, and her help-
Mrs. P. Haimovitz. Mrs. M.
fer, Mrs. H. Yoffee. Mrs. A. Na-
!iin. Mrs. I. M. Lieberman, Mrs. A.
Crystal. Mrs. N. Michelson and
<;. Levin.
Mrs. Nathan Newman and Mrs.
M. I). Margolis are in charge of
the entertainment while working
. itli the table and decorating group
re Mrs. S. L. Blattner. Mrs. P>.
..Uer. Mrs. H. Talisman, Mrs. Hen-
Kramer. Mrs. B. Yoffee, Mrs.
Witten, Mrs. S. Bryan. Mrs. S.
nee, Miss Kate Bandrimer, Mrs.
\. E. Selber, Mrs. S. Schain. Mrs.
L Shapiro, Mrs. Perry Kantor and
M. Ohelerter. Mr. A. Crystal
il I. M. Lieberman have offered
lr services. Mrs. A. D. Kramer,
B. E. Hammerman. Mrs. S.
i"!etcher. Mrs. Ed Harris anil Mr-.
E. L. Henry are also on the com-
littee.
Officers to be installed at the
i t-nt are Mrs. S. L. Blattner. pres-
ident; Mrs. Ben Chepenik, first
vice-president; Mrs. A. E. Selber.
second vice-president; Mrs. S.
Scharn. third vice-president; Mrs.
H. Talisman, recording secretary;
Mrs. B. B. Yoffee, financial secre-
tary; Mrs. M. J. Safer and Mrs.
Baker treasurer of the home
1 md and aid fund respectively, and
V.!-. S. Bryan, corresponding secre-
Members on the board of di-
lectors will be announced at the
;iiet.
Tin Jacksonville Chapter No.
272, "f Aleph Zadic Aleph (A. Z.
Hi. the Junior B'nai B'rith. will
Id its first anniversary dance on
Thursday, March 3. in the Jackson-
vi 11 Jewish Center.
Announcements have been sent
to chapters in Charleston, S. C, Sa-
vannah and Augusta, Ga. Many
<>iit of town friends are expected to
ntend. Charles Ghelerter is chair-
Man of this affair.
The Jacksonville chapter of A. Z.
A., a national fraternity, was in-
stalled February 28. 1937, by the
Savannah and Charleston chapters.
The membership of the organiza-
tlon has increased from 10 mem-
'"rs to 22 members during the year,
"he officers are Meyer Leibovitz.
president; Perry Frank, vice-pres-
ident; Leon Witten. secretary; Sey-
mour Hoffenberg. treasurer; Jack
Partner, sergeant-at-arms; Joe
Kalis, assistant sergeant-at-arms:
Daniel Lipson. chaplain. Charles
Mielerter, reporter.
Mrs. Herbert L. Stelner of New
York City and Mrs. Herbert L.
Marx of Albany. N. Y., arrived here
to visit their parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Julias Naumburg, and sister. Miss
Helen Naumburg.
The graceful pose, the glowing smile, are merely foils to draw your attention to those Hedgerow beach
pajamas. Man-tailored in the inimitable Burdine manner. they have become coastal classics in a matter
of weeks. A Sunshine Fashion from Burdine*s Lincoln Road,
St. Augustine
Notes
The Sons of Israel, a social clhb,
held a meeting on February 13,
when a Jewish Federation was or-
DUCE PREVAILS UPON
RABBI NOT TO RESIGN
JDO REJECTS ANY PLAN
BASED ON ACCEPTANCE
JEWS ARE SUPERFLOUS
ANTI-NAZI GERMANS IN
PHILADELPHIA ORGANIZE
Rome,'(WNS) Dr. David Prato.
chief Rabbi of Italy, who had sub-
mitted his resignation to the Ital-
ian Government as a protest against
the attacks uponhim in the anti-
ganized. An address of welcome Semitlc Fa8ctet press and the rls-
was given by Mr. I. Usdin who in-
troduced the guest speakers, Mr.
I. Lieberman and Mr. Sacks of
Jacksonville, and Rabbi P. Ziss-
man. Mr. I. Feiden. the St. Augus-
ing tide of anti-Jewish agitation
in general, has been prevailed upon
by Premier Mussolini to reconsider.
according to reports in authorata-
tive Jewish circles. It is said that
II Duce promised Dr. Prato that
--------- Philadelphia. (WNS)Organiza-
New York, I WNS)"The Joint tlon of a Philadelphia branch of
Distribution Committee completely the German-American League for
rejects any theory of Jewish life'Culture' a natio"al movement ot
whi.h exiles Jews from anv coun-, an,iNazi German-Americana, was
try." and the purpose of its 1938 affected here by delegates from 2(1
campaign is "to maintain the mor-
ale of those Jewish populations of
societies just as a bomb exploded
in the LieJertafel Saengerbund
Eastern and Cen.ral Europe who Ha" in Nor,h Philadelhpia, head-
quarters and meeting place for
cease.
tine delegate to the Washington e pre88 attacks on nim wou|d ch '
Zionist Convention, spoke on the
Convention Refreshments were
served after the meeting by the
Sisterhood of the Sons of Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Silverberg
nnounce the birth of a son. Ron-
ald, on Tuesday, February 15, in
St Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. Silver-
herg was formerly Miss Mary Wax-
man.
Mr, and Mrs. Herbert L. Stelner,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Marx and
Miss Helen Naumburg will enter-
lain at a reception honoring their
parents. Mr. ad Mrs. Julius Naum-
hurg. from 8:30 to 10:00 o'clock
Monday evening. February 28, In
the Windson Hotel, in celebration
of their golden wedding anniver-
sary.
The third in the series of bridge
tournaments sponsored by the
Daugrters of Israel was held last
Tuesday afternoon in the auditor-
ium of the Jacksonville Jewish
are now bearing the brunt of the
most modern anti-Semitic warfare."/ Nazi groups. The explosion did
it was declared by Rabbi Jonah B.:nlv 8"*"ht damage. Two Nazis
the Wn0 80,|Sht to speak at tho anti-
a letter Nazi meeting were escorted from
sent to Jewish leaders throughout the ha"- A Raymond Raff, collect*
! the country. "We will not co-op- or of the Port ot Philadelphia, was
DODD REVEALS MUSSOLINI erate in any plan that labels Jews i elected President of the unit.
SEEK CONTROL PALESTINE surl>ls population.' he wrote. "We ---------
______ know the degradation and injustice Chicago. (WNS)Police suspect
... ., ,.,,.,. Which calumny never hesitates to a political motive in the myster-
Wasnington, D. C, (WNS) ., .. ,, __ _
., ,. /" heap on its victims. No He is too, ious slaying of Max Sammet, 43-
lluasoUnl is determined to obtain ->-.-. ,. ...
, .___ outrageous, no rumor too filthy year-old German-Jewish refugee,
control over Palestine and Egypt, ... I" .... .
r -..,.., -- r. j i ., fr our detractors. We have rarely who was found dead under the
Dr. William E, Dodd, former United ... ... ,
_. had a chance to repudiate these steps of an abandoned house on
States ambassador to Germany.; lndignit|e8 othe,. than by act8 of the wes{ 8fde Hfi k
told the House Foreign Affairs ,.,,., ,. ., ..
individual courage and grace. At blow on the head. Sammet, a den-
Center. Mrs. Sam Witten was | Committee in secret testimony dur-1 ,ea8t we ca ,0 ,n and 8(and t,8t by profeS8lon was 8tud ,
chairman of the contests. | mg which he disclosed a plan by fMt ^ Un|vep8jty of n,ino|8
The study group sponsored by i which II Duce and Hitler
Senior Hadassah which meets semi-
monthly, was held last Monday eve-
ning In the home of Mrs. Sam
Weiss.
agreed to divide between
have(
them-i
selves control of Danublan Europe, i testimony revealed by a member
the Mediterranean and North Af-jof the committee who refused to
rlca, according to details of the permit the use of his name. Dr.
Dodd is also reported to have urged
a boycott of Gerfany. Italy and
Japan by the democratic nations.



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 193ft
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na: is the I
nnofBcially at ; .-this entire
Jiwi. poaa *far from bein8 r ;no nicd-enta>-.
*don oTlSiSTe 0 tlO. is an integral that many churches and pries.
m j who fav Ml and un.versal ^IJjM " '
Roth^hilds. the other gre.: Jaw- modern history Z.on- Sidney Mat, of lhe Ex-L farnlly>
ish financiers, the d-recto* ot Ml P>P> >*: ls d"e J "" SL.S r. D'
international capitals organise- nu this a*e the Jewsh seu.e of the Ballet Ru, e......
tions. :he heads of chain Mores, p. I not been impelled out Broadway is agog o-er the report
the corporation lawyer, and more tragic that screen acress Sylvia Sidney
Mf industrialists and all those need U dc what Czech and Flem-jand Luther Adler of
others known in England as >a*l and Serb were do-
h.yi the Jewish peo-
pie Bmi| been thought of as
no pe- but ,reak or gh0ft W,U be dl8aPPoin,ed- L-
- rimalacran of what once! sister Stella is known as Ardler in
Jews.' would have
to do with this matter.
To this ins.dious bac>.-
underground campaign -".as been
added an open press campaign con- va>.
d through the London Je
The Jewish Chronicle
:s a great and powerful organ of
fewlah ;:n:on in England. Being
the only Anglo-Jewis- newspaper
it :s looked upon by
r.-Jewish world a, the mouth-
"--.-> This func-
the famous
stage tribe are about to become
M and Mrs.....But we h^-re-
with warn the columnists that they
Aa *-i
at ot "e Jrw-.sh
with regard u the T-w:-
i
ism. But there it no impar-
Pot raaaoa when the ques-
wlah State arose, it
- rally precipitated a
. "- Jewteh Chronicle r.as gen-
ert lied with laudable :~-
: under its new
ed: : and with
oi =-.i-- htai beaa :r. Ea| too
the Jewij
- Baal has be te he tool of the "blue
Jews, whei ei Hooda.' ~ result ot
..... ia Eastcra Ea wel-kaowa. The
-- i (or aaatbar of Bnt.sh Government, incline-i
sre growing In pasaion aad tat< t be gon- Is aatn raatlBatlon ia
re 1 inl bare, moatly lined m 'or the Palestine has postponed h -
Weat-Eai :A in Jews -ow almost indetinitely. Why
---- Soon no Jew. B : .- -;t Bat shoe iba Araba
- the cp- and ... who count' at one
wanta to rei a ot the Weatera Jews is and the aa The decision
bit readers will be able to based more or '.ess on intellectual can wa White Paper .
iking at--. | (or U groonda, in England it flowa chiefly inltely Anglicised Jews
gnore the ( u .-:. pc ireaa ~ ostensibly, c:;
portaat. in-.err.k: (act In al'. or a- : the graateat maior- Th- pean Jews In Eng-
Jew-;?h '.ife at the present moment, ity of Ang] =td Jews are suppos- la erer, the overwhe'.m-
Thingi bare a'.ready reached an b ardent Z -- Bit li Ity of the Jews in Eng-
an try: r,Taf.- Br:-air; has taken over the land. At the last test of str-
-- Mandate the Board of Jewish
'''' Iging I I2i against T. >^
r.deed. be the opini I
rerted to Z Many f these Anglicised Jews I
hschild. a Sir Wall
- eyj or a Sir Lionel Cohen -
tore thai |
i< ^-:on In En- lectloi iropean Jewi
laon Nurae." a i ter Jews are loathe to a
I. they principle and in n
: today dl
ed as by these Je^--
truggl) f any kind li alien -'-..-.
liti aroni balanced natun
you see what my gentleman
when he accused me of talk-
ie a Nazi Only he didn't
zi rseant it. And the trouble
li area, that so many people
-- what they mean, that
: t know the meaning of
Dinga. I was speak-
ing enough(or the
conversation took p ace in German
:.zenart. of our Jew-
yon prefer) cul-
i
Hollywood, but on the East Side
her pictures are advertised una-r
the name "S. Adler. Jacob Adlers
daughter." That Ludwig
isohn-Sinclalr Lewis business is
getting hot.....Lewis is consid-
ering suing Lewisohn for al
because the latter said Sin< lair
lifted pages from Ludwig's
for the latest Lewis opus.....
FOR SHAME, SENATOR
Wonder why Senator AH-..
Ellender of Louisiana dragge.
shied like a Jewa into his antilynching (I
He had been shell-shocked tering speech in the Senate o:.
by the Hitlerian use of the words ruary Bth. ... In the course
. geaart I I led to plead remarks he said he had re< 1
him My good" m.. i resolutions favoring the au:.-lyn-
becan ing bill from Communist organ!-
peoples who have bad character! aatlona, including one from i
no reason for our pretending ganlxatlbn in New York City
to have no character at ali. There the Raven. "When I re
is nothing that cannot .- -1 the communication from the R*T-
is nothing that (antiot be en.'' said the Senator. "I th
corrupted. And when two people from the fact that this lode
or two peoples do the same thing whatever it may be called, was
it is. of course, not the same thing named the Raven that it would ap-
and we do not know what any act propriately be a colored organiza-
will be until we know the moral tion. ... To my surprise, ho*
character of the acr nly Sew York's chief of police
ir.e that makes any differei n that it was a white organization,
this world is the moral quality o( compoaed of diaaatiaflad Jews
lea and others W:
ig Communism in thi-
.i try." .
great
the cansst- Wll-
and the mi i
' b Ag lestine.
XXX
WHAT'S HAPPENING HERE
Did you hear about the .1 i ih
real estater in Jeraay City ho
A gr- good publicly proclaimed that M
men ar- nternatlonallata, all bad Mayor Hague had done more for
How true ''"' '"** than any man of "the
. a ::.- cloth?" The remark was
everything and r al ,hf open forum of the tot
* certain to do the worst
damar ible.
tthealigbi o( the great Monte-1 j,
Itb the J. hare 1 < one'of
5t*t' > wn r
mlty. a struggle whl
he unfor-- experl leaden th ture in 1
elr poor
ore re- religloolata In Eaatern Europe.
' nd wh T ... East< n Jews now de-
pe. Hand eld* lor -hink
It for them runs counter both
roll ..... It has been Ar.zio-Jewich -raditior. and I
it of _:.. tradition oi Vii
-m.
: The result has been a c :
In England, and campaign which has no paralli
:- '''" Jewish community in
now constitutes almost a major Europe or in America. A campaign
calamity
I such a nationality here City's Reform temple. Th>-
Palestine we s'"'e on Jewey City Jews to re-
pire to be.
THE WORLD'S
WINDOW
Strictly
Confidential
Continued from Page Fivt)
vent them (rom criticizing H
is getting hotter by the minu- .
The prize for the dumbest a
I > year must go to the gent who
tried to distribute Nazi literataie
outside Madlaon Sq\iare Garden
ter the bask.-hall game between
(Continued from Page Five
ich bitter, narrow partisanship had there been any one le't wv<-
truggle between the Anglicis- and even of fanaticis- as one Cornish would have been ret
ropean Jewa has been going wciid never have expected of these could speak it- But Welsh c:
on In Er-elar.d for almost two gen- usually calm, reserved, monocled nationalism grew in strentr-
erationi now. The struggle has. English gentlemen. The Oerer not only
- (act, never ceased: only* some- Chassidim in their fight on the
times it has been less acute and Byaler Chassidim never
-' retimes it has reached a clirr.ax. greater hysterics and mo
XXX
STRICTLY PERSONAL
revealed magnificient than thev had '' Hoffman, former chief
r, ha-red for centuries, but a moderr. -Frank fort-am-Main. ,
great
ere the Eistedfodds. -
folk-poetry festivals, rr
rhe social history of British Jewry tran do these Jewish 'blue bloods' tan of poetry ~and"fiction and "***" X Wrk ut
la the history of thai struggle be- in England. The worst of it is that ticism was'and is being created in ^ ,**\
twecn -he ear'.i^r and the later whereas in other countries the con- the Welsh language '
Jewish immigrants in the country troversy has been limited to a I could go on multiplying exam-
It is no- p .\ ,ed JT'Sh We,f^e: leading rabbinical seminaries have
e lesso,. 'ft** elected 23-year | asked Ludwig Lewisohn to define
OIC J .... ... Cohen t0 g ^^ of J(]d
for surremacy.
Vnlike democratic heated exchange of opinion on the pies from Sicily
America. England is a country of subject, in England it has passed' from Bengal to Iceland
harp and social distinctions and from word, to action. necessary, is it? The littl
of calling their Manhattan College and City I
rlka .... lege. Between the Catholics of
en" hasn't yet Manhattan and the Jews of City
N" "her. College____the Nazi vender got
endoua hit------The cen- plenty of lumps.....Next time
<:- rman. A bish some one tries to tell vou thai
:rch of England at- have no manners refer them to
Ucatlon of a synago- ,he results of a contest sponsored
ths first time in English by the Junior Inspectors Club of
e Bishop of Chelms. New York among 90.000 school
Part in the consecration children to find the most polite and
- courteous boys and girls. ....
Among the ten winners, two in
each borough were five Jewi-h
youngsters.....a new miracle
water found in a well near Caldwell
N. J ig being promoted by Dr. Ar-
nold T. Goldwater. who In addition
to hi, regular practice is dentist
on the staff of Sing Sing Prison.
A group of students at one of our
providing kosher
e-man Jews who are
practice shechita
ultlr,y ng exa-- R- M
to Brittany and
n youth.
f Judaism for them.


FRIDAY, FEBRUABY 25, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE NINE.
Tampa Notes
The annual luncheon of Tampa
chapter of National Council of
JeWilb Women was held Tuesday
;,i the Tampa Terrace Hotel with
Mrs. Hannah B. Solomon as guest
of honor.
Mrs. Solomon, a founder of the
National Council,
LYNCH JOINS
WITH SELDEN
Thomas P. Lynch, a well-known
puhlic accountant, formerly with a
large practice In Jacksonville and
North' Florida, has joined forces
with Charles B. Selden, a certified
public accountant with extensive
offices In the Seybold Building,
celebrated" her|They are retalnln6 Jacksonville
eighteenth birthday anniversary at I 8one^lon J* pilules of a
the Triennial convention l Pitts-' tra,ned 8tatf of accountants to
burgh in January when the forty-
lifth anniversary of the council
ah held.
Tampa Chapter, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Juniors gave its an-
nual milk fund ball February 23 at
Davis Islands Country Club. Pro-
i ads from the dance are used to
provide milk for undernourished
ildren, the major project of the
council.
The chapter provides milk daily
lo twenty-two needy children, ten
children at Gary School under the
supervision of Miss Rae Blrnbach.
and ten at Oak Park School under
the supervision of Miss Beatrice
1'. dner. This work has been done
i e the establishment of the
i hapter five years ago.
Miss Florence Haimovitz, daugli-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Haimo-
vitz and S. Herman Rosenberg, son
of Mr. and Mrs. L. Rosenberg, of
i anisteo. N. Y.. were married Sun-
day at Temple Rodoph Sholom with
Rabbi A. Burger officiating.
The nuptial music was in charge
of Mrs. Isla Lyles Garcia, pianist
and Sam Verkauf, vocalist. The
handle engagements on municipal
and commercial work in various
parts of Florida. Selden is an old-
timer here, and was formerly Di-
rector of Finance for the City of
Miami.
Miss Bertha Markowitz, of Sa-
vannah, Ga., is the guest at the
home of her aunt and uncle. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Markowitz.
PAID AT FLAGLER
Dinner Dance to be Given
Arrangements are being made
for a dinner dance sponsored by
the Miami Section of the National
Council of Jewish Women to be
held at the Hollywood Beach Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Buchman
left Monday for an extended tour
to New Orleans and Mobile.
The Tampa Section Junior Hadas
| sah held a scavenger hunt Wednes-
i nay night. The parties met at the
Y. M. H. A. where they received
their scavenger list. Objects were
later brought to the home of Mrs.
Jay Markowitz where refresh-
ments were served. Mr. and Mrs.
Jhlius Silverman won the prize or
being the first to return with their
complete scavenger list objects.
The committee In charge of the
arrangements were Mrs. Dave Pen-
nan, president of the Hadassah:
Mrs. Louis Simovitz, chairman of
the committee: Miss Elizabeth Ab-
l.ride was given in marriage by her | ramovitJ,, Mr8. A1 Welss and Mrg_
father and Mrs. Morris Bennett
was matron of honor. Miss Ethel
Haimovitz, sister of the bride, was
maid of honor. Norman Rosenberg
brother of the groom was best man
and other attendants were Oscar
Verkauf, Howard Seidenstein of
New Rochelle, N. Y., Paul Haimo-
vitz. Ernest and Sam Weber.
Following the ceremony a sup-
p r party was given at the Davis
Jay Markowitz.
The Tampa Section Junior Ha
dassah will hold their regular
monthly meeting at the Hotel Flor-j
idlan Tuesday, March 1, at which
time election of officers will be
held.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris D. Weisman
, announced the Bar Mitzvah of their"
Islands Country Club for members Edward H. Weisman, Friday.!
of the family. Following the sup-
per many friends of the young
February 25, and Saturday morn
ing, February 26 at the Temple Ro-
couple attended the formal recep- doph sh0l0Jn# A reCeption will be
The largest quiniela of the year
was paid at the West Flagler Ken-
nel Club during the last week when !
Smutty Man and Real Command
romped home in the hurdle race'
and paid $749.00.
The payoff climaxed an evening
of thrills which found the favor-
ites being beaten and gigantic pric-
es being paid. Court Jester was
beaten in a 3-16 sprint by Smoky
Breeze and the winner paid $99.40
for a two dollar ticket. The quin-
iela paid $104.00. Fancy Jim beat
Reba Nell and paid $44.80.
The first round of the elimina-
tions for the West Flagler Nursery
stakes ended Wednesday night. Six
eliminations were staged and the
winners showed much class. The
second round begins Friday night.
Thirty-two were left In the elim-
inations and when the second
round ends March 1, twenty-four
will be left. The finals will be
staged March 10.
Record crowds have been attend-
ing nightly and the racing has been
extremely colorful. The extremely
high class dogs at West Flagler is
shown in the result charts daily.
Dogs at West Flagler are traveling
over various distances faster by
full seconds than those at other
tracks. In fact even the hurdle
dogs are faster than some of the
stars at other tracks are on the
flat.
Court Jester's and Goodie Boy's
defeats broke big winning streaks
of both dogs but they will soon
start compiling a new string of
wins for they are without question
America's best greyhounds.
West Flagler can be reached
within ten minutes from any part
of Miami. Located at West Flagler
and 37th Avenue it is easily acces-
sible. Busses leave Burdines at ten
cents. Mannle Gates orchestra en-
mlnute intervals. The fare is ten
tertains nightly.
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lion which was held during the
rung.
Mr. and Mrs. Rosenberg left dur-
ing the evening for a wedding trip
to points through the state. They
will later go to Ossenlng. N. Y.,
where they will make their future
home.
Mrs. S. Berner left Sunday morn-
ing for West Palm Beach where
she will be the guest of friends
and relatives.
held after services In the vestry
room of the Temple.
The M. J. M. Club entertained
at a sravenger hunt at the home
of Miss Millie Kotler. Prizes were
awarded and refreshments were
served by the hostess. Guests were
Dot Rosenfarb, Helen Peretzman.
Millie Kotler, Dot Cohen, Edith
Elozory, Evelyn Vangilder, Lilly
Star, Sylvia Halmovit, Frances
Zbar, Herbert Feinberg, Albert
Aronovitz, Eddie Rosenblatt, Allan
Cbenkins, Arthur Hyman. Maurice
Mrs. H. Beckett, of Tampa, with Cohen. Benny Burger, Herbert
her aunt, Mrs. Leon Hoffman, of Steinberg, Herbert Goldberg and
New York, left Monday morning Leonard .Vangilder.
for Miami and Homestead, where
they will visit
Mrs. Harry Jenkins, of Chicago,
111., is the guest at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Jenkins.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Markowitz, Mrs.
I. K. Lubefzky and Mrs. S. F. Isaac-
son, all of Tampa, left Friday
morning for Atlanta, where they
will attend the wedding of their
nephew and cousin, Mr. Ben Gol-
den, to Miss Ruth Weinstein, of
New Jersey.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE ELEVEN
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PAGE TWELVE
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 19%
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A KELLNER. Rabbi
RABBIS RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
Heads Women's I"3P^) (^pTyoure | fTE
Division of J. D. C. \^J^A\ DR'V|NG ME I THE
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LOVE TO SEE
CHILDREN HAVE
GOOD TIME
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily: Sbachris at S a. m.;
Mlncha at 5 arir,
15 minutes after sunset.
Sabbath services: Friday
evening at o:- p. m.: Satur-
day morning a: 9 a. m.; Sat-
urdav afternoon at 515 p. m.
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FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES
An appreciative a tdience enjojret
i most inspiring service la.-t Fri-
y nigbt, Rabbi Mayer Freed of
tbe Yeihiva College aroused a high
with his most
eloquent description of the work
of the Yeshivas in general and the
Yeshiva Rabbi Isaac Elchanan in
ijr. Another splendid con-
tribution as the singing of Cantor
Ju'ia Ap, el. a distinguished v:
I
I Cantor Appel will once more
in Mirice and Rabbi
iraham A. Keilner will continue
II : |i
! this week he
a "Hadai Wrong
tin."
ANNUAL BALL

: Ing
rim Ball 1 mefii i I
the Talmud Torah Fund of the C
gregation A beautiful ball n
ras been engaged for the evening
la is building of the Mia-
i lub, B icayne D
.. itreel The well kn
-.-- has
sn booked In addition to several
outstanding entertainers of the
area wh'> hare volunteered their
ices for the evening. Refresh-
But booths will be Bet Up for the
purpose of serving the f:nest in
cakes drinks, landwicbea and can-
dy. Mrs. Ida Bucksteln is gen-
ilrman of the affair and t:ie full
committee members
working with her will be publi-
i ezt week. Foi t cketa and reser-
vations call the chairman of th-
Mrs. I. Ro;engar-
t(-n at 8-2730. We are hopeful t at
many fiends of the Congrega-
and Hebrew School will re-
spond most loyally to the call and
ne in large numbers to help our
cause.
TEPHILIN CLUB
Services 'his Buuday morning
Will begin sharply at !-:lo and as
in the past a delicious breahfast
will be served after the services.
\ special meeting will be held Im-
mediately after the breakfast to
discuss a I'urim Play to be given
<>n Sunday night, March 20 for the
benefit of the Congregation's Build-
ing Fund.
HABANOTH PLAY ACCLAIMED
The main auditorium of the Y.
M. H. A was i rowded with an over
flow audience who came and en-
red the play and entertainment
presented by the Habanoth chap-
ter of Miami Thanks to the Inde-
fatigable work of the dub's spon-
sor, Mrs. Abraham A. Keilner and
her co-workers, Mesdames S. Tan-
>inbaum and N. Rosen, a most de-
lightful program was presenti
Also featured on the program were
Mr. Abraham Bramson and his or-
-tra as well as Cantor Judah'
Appel of Cleveland.
Tre following members of the
club participated: Theima Tiergrr.
invocation; Phyllis Shulman, aims
of the club; Marsha Harris, recit-
ing; Phyllis Shulman. songs; Adele
Stone and Hope Kllen Tannenbaum
songs and dances. In the Sabbath
Tableaux were Eileen Alpert. Ru'
Rosenfeld. Thelma and Barbara
Phyllis and Madeline Shul-
. i. sen, Eunice Roberts
and the same group led by Phyllis
Shulman depleted the Chalutzim
:. Palestine. The Shulman
_e also presented in a
dance number. The followi:. |
d in the play: Rita Gross-
man. Stanley Tannenbaum. Louise
Taffet. Hope Ellen Tannenbaum.
. Ballot. Irwin Berger and
Billy Lubel.
CANTOR APPEL TO CONDUCT
SERVICE
r Judah Appel of Congre-
gation Knesse'h Israel. Cleveland.
Ohio, is visiting our community and
will be hearl conducting services
In our congregation Friday and
Saturday. Man h 4 and 5. The Can-
tor will also give a concert Sunday
night. March *> at 6:10 p. m. The
will start promptly at that
time to enable our people to at-
tend t e annual Purim Ball of
Beth Jacob Congregation of M ami
Beach. i
GREENBERG TO BECOME
CHIEF JUSTICE OF
TRANSVAAL HIGH COURT
Johannesburg. I UN'S Justice
M Mrs. David M Lew head? the 1 138
V men's Division of the Greater New
rk Campaign of the American
ewish Joint Distribution Committee
.or relief of poverty-stricken and op-
oressed Jews overseas. The Women's
3i vision has set itself a quota of S400.-
00 for 1933. Assuming leadership in
re Joint Distribution Committee.
Irs. Levy follows in the footsteps of
r father, the .ate Julius Rosens :
. s one of the pioneers of over-
" fish relief
Court of Transvaal, is to b
chief justice as a result of the re-
tirement of Chief Jusl -lewis,
Justice Greenberg who has
on bench (or 10
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