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The Jewish Floridian ( March 4, 1938 )

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wJewisti Floridian GBga The Jewish HJmMity *9 VOLUME II— NUMBER 8. MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS II. Z. A. Impressive Initiation ceremonies marked the formal induction of thti Tampa Aleph Club No. 311 of the A. Z. A. (Junior B'nai B'rlth' last Thursday afternoon in the Y. M. H. A. building at Tampa. Milton A. Friedman prominent Miami attorney and secretary of the Miami B'nai B'rith who had been delegated by the National Advisory Council of the A. Z. A. to represent the Grand ('hapter conducted the sec. ret ceremonies and delivered the formal charge to the members and officers of the new chapter. Others who assisted were Mr. M. Finkelsteln of the Y., Judge M. Henry Cohen and Mr. Abe Silverman. of the local advisory board. At night a banquet was held in the El Boulevard Cafe in celebration of the gala event. Rabbi Adolph Burger gave the invocation, Rabbi David I. Zielonka gave the bene•diction. The chief address of the evening was delivered by Milton A. Friedman and other addresses were made by Judge M. Henry Cohen of Tampa and Louis Morris the Aleph Godol (president) of the new chapter who presided. Dancing and entertainment followed. The chapter will hold services every first Friday evening in the month alternating between Con. gation Rodef Sholom and Temple Schaarel Zedek. They will also sponsor a choir under the direction of Rabbi Burger. BEACH CANTOR TO BE HEARD Plans for the second annual concert featuring (Jantor Maurice Mamches of Beth Jacob Congregation to be held at the Synagogue on Sunday evening, March 27th are now being completed and will be annouced shortly. Artists of note will appear at the concert together with Cantor Mamches. LAZSLO SCHWARTZ Hungarian Jewish violinist, composer, author and caricaturist, who is in Miami for a short time to write several books, one on the "Humor of the World." IMPORTANT MEETING TO BE HELD A very important meeting of the local B'nai B'rlth Lodge will be held at Beth David Talmud Torah next Tuesday evening, March Gth beginning at 8:15 p. m., when plans for the District Convention at Orlando will be discussed. Leon Stoler, prominent Miami attorney will address the meeting on "The Spirit of Citizenship." A complete and detailed report of local anti-Semitic propaganda and methods of combatting this movement locally will be present, ed and will be followed by discussion from the floor. All members are urged to attend this meeting because of the important disclosures that will be made of importance to them and all of local Jewry. JEWISH CONGRESS NAILS PAPER'S LIE BRITISH NAME New York, (WNS)—The American Jewish Congress branded as "a complete fabrication from beginning to end" a statement in Der Angriff, organ of Nazi Propaganda Minister Goebbels, that the Congress is allegedly engaged in a survey of Jewish-owned enterprises in the United States preliminary to beginning a campaign for the dismissal of all Aryans employed by Jews. Spokesmen for the Congress declared that it is "not con. ducting a survey of Jewish firms in the United States, and would under no circumstances recommend the discharge of non-Jewish employees." Berlin, (WNS)—Der Angriff's allegation concerning the American Jewish Congress appeared in an article entitled "Jewish Arrogance in the United States." In which the paper's New York correspondent asserted that although Jews do not yet suffer any great social ostracism, "a systematic attempt" to segregate them may be considered. He also alleged that it Is difficult to find a non-Jewish lawyer, dentist or pharmacist In New York. Chicago and St. Louis because the Jews have a stranglehold on the professions in the big cities. TROPICAL PARK OPENS MONDAY Beginning Monday Tropical Park will begin its spring meeting which will conclude the racing season for Florida for the 1937-38 season. The Fall seasan of this beautiful Gables Racing Association plant which i 8 ranked as one of the fin. est plants in the country made a record in attendance and parl mutuel play. In order to attract outstanding thoroughbreds, purses have been increased and every facility provided to bring the finest of racing to this splendid establishment. Wm. Vincent Dwyer and Frank D. Schuyler are in charge of the plant and direct its activities. London (WNS Palcor Agency)— The new British Commission that will go to Palestine to consider the technical implementation of the report and recommendations of the Royal Commission will be headed by Sir John Woodhead and will in. elude Sir Alison Russel and Alexander Perctval Waterfield, it was announced by Colonial Secretary W. G. A. Ormsby-Gore. The appointment of a fourth member Is still under consideration for the post of Secretary to the commission. The commission will start its work in England in the middle of March and will leave for Palestine a month later. Identified with the Indian Civil Service since 1904. including a period as Magistrate and District Judge in Bengal, Sir John Ackyrod Woodhead has served as Finance Member of the Government of Ben. gal for the past five years. During a brief period in 1934 he was acting Governor of Bengal. His entire career has been bound up with India in Judicial and administrative capacities. At various periods he was special Land Acquisition Collector, Secretary to the Commerce Department of the Government of India and Chairman of the Calcutta Improvement Trust. He is ."7 years old. Sir Alison Russel has occupied a number of i mportant Judicial posts in the Rrltish Empire, chief among which was that of Attorney General in Uganda and Chief Justice of Tanganyika. More recently he was legal adviser to Malta. After graduation from Cambridge and practice at the bar in London. Sir Alison was appointed Attorney General for Uganda In 190G, stay, ing at that post until 1912. For two years of that period he served as Acting Chief Secreary of Uganda. He was then moved to Cyprus as Attorney General for the period between 1912 and 1924. After that he went to Tanganyika Territory as Chief Justice, retiring from active service in 1929. He is G3 years old. He received his title in IMS, Contributor to numerous legal publications, Sir Alison does some painting as a hobby. He is a famous cricket player, skater, yachtsman and all-around sportsman, having won medals and trophies in each of these fields. The third announced member of the Commission. Alexander Percival Waterfield, is now principal Assistant Secretary in the Treasury Department of the British Government. Born forty years ago. he obtained a classical education at Oxford. He began his career in 1911 by entering the Treasury Department with which he ha 8 stayed ever since. DANCE SUNDAY TO ENTERTAIN MANY What is expected to be one of the outstanding events of the current season is the ninth annual purlm ball, dance and entertainFollowing the appearance in Miment sponsored for the benefit of aml of representatives of the fam. .u n .i u /-. .. 'ous Yeshiva Atzai Chaim and Trade the Beth Jacob ('ongreg.it I on. Mi.,.„,. ,, %  A 1 School of Sighet, Roumania. and ami Beach, this coming Sunday. ne approva i of tne worthiness of T TO TRADE SCHOOL March Gth, beginning at 9:00 p. m., at the Floridian Hotel. Prominent stars of stage, screen and radio have promised to appear and entertain the guests attend, ing. the institution by Miami Rabbis plans for a campaign in the Greater Miami area are being completed by a committee of former Roumanians. The campaign will begin Dancing will be enjoyed until; with a gala concert featuring Cana hue hour. The proceeds raised t or juda Appel of Cleveland. Ohio. by this annual event are used for the work of the Talmud Torah of the Congregation, which is housed in the old Synagogue building remodeled into classrooms recently. In charge of entertainment for this event Is Sid White who will act as master of ceremonies. who will be heard in a program of liturgical and folk music. He will be assisted by several local artists In vocal and instrumental numbers. The Yeshiva Atzai Chaim and Trade School is one of the oldest institutions of learning in Roumania and within the past several years has begon training its stu. dents in the art of producing hos. B'NAI B'RITH AND iery sweaters, etc.. and the manJEWISH CONGRESS £--; -£—J pi !" J AGREE ON WORK the Joint Distribution Committee | which has approved the work of Montreal. (WNS) — The long this institution. ; standing dispute between the Can-; The public is asked to attend as | adlan Jewish Congress and the only a nominal charge will be made B'nai B'rlth over which organi/.a. and a very excellent program pretion should direct the work of com( sented. batting anti-Semitism in Canada, was finally settled at a meeting of NAZI ACTIVITIES representatives of both groups. An, ii/ DADDIrTi I'M agreement was reached to conduct i AKfc J^KKULJ Il> • the anti-Defamation program in | INDIANA COUN 1 I Canada under the name of a new j agency to be called the Joint Pub-1 Gary, Ind., (WNS)—Nazi activl11c Relations Committee of the i ties In Lake County were outlawed Canadian Jewish Congress and the \ until March 8th by Superior Court B'nai B'rith. Both agencies are to j Judge Bertram C. Jenkins when he have equal representation on the I issued a temporary injunction recommittee which is to include 14 members. The agreement, which is for two years, also provides that funds for the anti-Defamation work are to be raised in the name of the Canadian Jewish Congress. 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. Communal Worker Dies Suddenly Mrs. Pauline Turkel Scheinberg. wife of Pincus Scheinberg, founder of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, died early Thursday morning following a long illness, at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Scheinberg wtio was fortyone years old was a resident of Miami for a long number of years, and was one of the organizers of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau and active in the work of the Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Wo.men for many years. She had been an active worker of Beth David Sisterhood and had also aided other Jewish organizations in this area. She leaves surviving her a daughter. Mirla mClaire, a son Hyman Joseph, her husband. Pincus. a sister Bessie Turkel, and two brothers. Sidney and Clarence Turkel. Funeral services will be conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David at 2:00 o'clock today in the Beth David Talmud Torah Hall. All friends are urged to attend. Offices of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will be closed this afterI Qoon in respect to her memory. straining the German-American Bund from soliciting members or holding meetings in the county until March 8th when he will hear a motion to make the order perma. nent. Tre order named Fritz Kuhi national leader of the Rund. and wilhelm Kunze, national organizer as defendants. JUDGE WM. LEWIS Member of the World Zionist Administrative Committee, of the American Jewish Committee, of the American Jewish Congress, of the Joint Distribution Committee and numerous other organizations who is spending several weeks In Miami.



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MH9 9 ?* !" gZ&pZ>$£5* TAGB THE JEWISH FLORIDIAJi FRIDAY, MARCH 4. 1938 i ts 6>tttr Mr* Hi.-rr WeinsteiB, -'= | by bar cluster. Ms.-; r~ ----Mrs. Merita Pepfjaf ini • • • A-:: -; JJ-B*. a i Perfc— t: •el E-viis. Miaai : The %  • %  M-: V ir: I :' %  parti Mr i=d Mrs aawd Sa> %  -. Mi In A-s^:: Mr • Mr* • a; r v. Mrs. H ." Mn easwelf -^; : Mr-. M r Wrv-. i' -r N-v rk y :: • %  • S tterfcood to C %  • Z :-zf. %  i win reseat .-timwumtrntml .*: Wi •veaiai Mi: • at ;a-..-i Byaacofve. • • E -tfcsay Ce'etrited A rarprtac btrtbaay party as r T .-• M?.--:r A Kjr evening %  :.ami r'-a-h A-'7 partak ng of cock. | (JaaCf -iS rrrvri 1t I I "• :T ?:TI Those pr?sI Mi -' ; i Ml A ( '•' n L Br. Schi • B Singe B:xk... s v .... .... ... ; .., ; S M Mi •-• M RicBter Mr VMrs. B Hi pen Dr u 3. AronoM r.: Mr?. M IMar Mn ll. Harry' MacM. Ma--; Mrs. < r. s Davis. Adtei Ml tad Mn %  • of •is i •a-.d Mi*. Bagarmaa of ; fgSaSS^SSSSSS^S* '• M IK! CHIT %9tt a Be-c Ml -; Ca e: •: %  %  I B*M Blatei I board %  r Mazes T at • %  p, aa, at UM I ~^-,AH aw ban %  • a • Be-ef. B-ege '.o be G .en booal w:".: i baaef I brMfc en Wedi eveatas. March 9 at %  I i rM Talmud' in. Mn. I ad Mn Loaaa Efaata -* %  %  .. tr g. I K : %  %  %  %  %  ; ... A tad i • • • '.-* St-e:ar ss S^— Mtad %  I ; :-. %  • • Pa:: s :' State To Maet He-e :. %  14th i i wiD hold -". The Orthodox. C:r tire aad Baform %  • %  • -' the Drat time •-the r. ;::ry of %  .:g '.or the ;. v .::: %  ..; be held on Monday March 14 1 i • The enr asked to thai ----.' %  for la b ;onant : ( % eat r.P.abbis who will attend are: Rabbi M Abstbaum. ?•* P -. Rabbi .\d'P n Burger. Tampa: Rabbi Carl N. Herman. Weal Palm Beach: Rabbi Piser Jacobs. StPi Rabbi Martin enaar %  ; Rabbi I • Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan. Miami; Rabbi \braharr. Rabbi A. 8 na Beach: Rabbi Man '.:=. Jackaom Rabbi Moheloff. >[ iami Rabbi Max Shapiro. M Rabbi Morrll A. Skop. Orlando: Rabbi David L. Zielonka. Tampa: Colman A Swttaaa, M Next week's issue of thll pa;er irry a full ; roeram and defiD •-• schedule of the convention. wa-ji Gat-;"S Pays Tr :-te Mcr> %  Mea'i : : £ B I .. t will be ith i'i U> Adu'.ts of ToinvitLEO ROBINSON :!v Jacobs AUimc H tel hi honor of Leo Robinson who had been chosen the most raluable member of the organiration for the past year. E. Aibert Pallot. president of the organization told of the progress of the organisation and introduced William Shayne. president of the Governor's Cl;:b of the organization. Among those wi-.o spoke during the evening were Judge Wm. M. Lews of Philadelphia. Rabbi Louis D. Gross of New York. Mrs Moses P. Epstein, president of National Hadassah. Walter Jacobs, a : sented a beautiful sheepskin scroll to Mr. Leo Robinson, the honor, and Rabbi I. H Lerinthal : New York. Honorary • I teal to Larry Morrti Dr. Morris Qoodman bership cards brir.e eiven to all life members. Following the presentat.on of the w i II Mr R responded with an appeal fc certed work for the betterment of the Y.. and • appreciation for the boaora confer. red upon him. He urged his to Join him in active work for the organ:zation and said "the success of the Y.. its becoming a very rategral ; I I th< %  • : Hit itiOB of a home for the Je • .of the i mur. II more than repay me for what I h I to do for the Y." Bnt< r.g. • • • Young Judea to Perform Services Sola Poole Young Judea will I charge of the late Pi services at the Beth David | ncregation on Friday. March 4 at IS p. m. Those Who will p.. 1 are Harold George Shapiro. ) dent; Jack L Mendell. vice.r dent; Lois P.-.-secretary; Martin Dubler. Stanlty Linter. Dian* p/.atman. Betty Kirshenbaum and Adele Sootin. The sermon and the benediction will be given by Harold George Shapiro and he will speak on "The Future of Zionism" and = ;t.--s '-:~ u ;=ital of Mr. and returned, Hospital n for aptd is now convalescing. • • • Cm It I a-e Enterta red Brani. ML -e entertained on r.g by the fa ; r. r:.-.n* Polgar. who r.believable and telepathy, nd hypnosis. Dr. mock m • feats possiI • • • Soe-os Vaeatlon He-e ; V : %  '.^r.d. N. J %  who is IJM the winter ::eenth .-.mi Beach, had a private -g of her paintings '.JS; Monday evening. February S8th. • • • Visits in Miami Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lubin. of Yonkers. N. Y. ere visiting their son and daughter.ir.-law. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lubin of tbil city. They will remain here for a month after which they :il return to their home. • < • Sisterhood to Hold Board Meeting Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold an executive board meeting londay afternoon. March %  at p. m at Kaplan H->11 with Jacob H. Kaplan, presiding neai session will besin p m. and Mrs. Morris Plant, chairman of the nominating •Aill pres4 • • th< nomiI (late of new officers for the following term. A social tour and program will be presented after the business meeting. • • • Convalesces at Home Mr. I. Roth, prominent communal worker and member of the board of direct !" of the Beth Jacob Congregation, is convalescing at home after recovering from a serious illness. • • • Benefit Dance to be Given The Junior Division of the Y. M. H. A" *"'" sP n80r a dance Sueday ling, March 6. at 8:30, it was announced by Miss Ethel Pont, dance chairman. Music will bp furnished by Sherwood Laviae ami his orchestra and admission cuarg. ed will be 35c stag and 49c drag. Everyone Is urged to attend as the proceeds of the dance will be donated to the building fund at the Y. M. H. A• a • Amity Club to Hold Moonlight Sail The Amity Club of Greatec (Miami will hald a 'Moonlight Sailon Saturday evening. March 1!. on the Boat Biscayne beginning at 8 o'clock. In charge of arrsn. ments is Sidney Rosen who is assisted by Sam Greenstein. presi. dent of the organization. M I and refreshments will be provided and admission charged will be '• per person. Everyone is cordially invited to attend as a pleasant evening is promised. • • • To Leave Miami Mrs. Saul Steinlauf and daagcttr, Dorothy, of New York, winter guests at Hotel Simonex In Miami Beach, will leave soon for their home. Mrs. Helen SchwarU, a guest of Mrs. Steinlauf. will remain here for some time. • • • Viaita Here Miss Ruth Whittenberg. of Ntw ork. is a guest at the home of Mi.-s Rose Rubin and her father, she will remain here for a short time. SUPERFLOUS HATH Removed by EMectrotysU Destroyed R<..':'.-s G laranteed MADAME RAE %  • Berg* Reauty Salon Rr..ld W —Miami B- ill Phone 5-T76t ^•aSSfo U/EHFLflCLER KEnflEL CLUB at irtit On. M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES *• N C. Firit St. Ph. 2-'Mt In Praise of Pleats 'ii* Prints 19 .95 A drea aa eay aa a .'. Printed in True Love Bed, Brave Blue and other colors. Gathered on a zipper to the waist and pleated praeefully: From a carefree group for Misses! MIAMI STORE, THIRD FLOOR Burdino's— MIAMIMIAMI HACH



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TBIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wJewisti fiendg'3m FUBUUBD EVWY FSIBAT P. O. ta ant PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Second Avenue Phonet 2-1141; 2-1183 J. LOUIS 8ROCHET. Editor FRED K. 8HOCHET, Circulation lianwvr %  UTW U Mcond clw mltr July 4. 1910. at th Post Office at Miami. Florida. un %  stag or 49c drag. Sherwood I-aVino and his musicians will play for the | dancing and entertainment. —Y— DOUBLE MOZEL TOV Frank Rose, former vicepresident of the Y. M. H. A., and one %  of the most diligent workers in its fold became the proud daddy of a 7-pound baby girl born at the Victoria Hospital. Mother, baby and [ father by the way all doing fine. [ Judith Sue Sose is the tot's name, 1 and she lias made Harry Rose a grand-daddy for the first time (but not the last we hope.) —Y— Ditto on the Mozel TOT to Hy Cohen and wife, the former Doris Serlin. who are mighty proud of and dinner, Chester Alexander, always ready and willing and able to help the "Y," presented one of his many shows of entertainment to the enjoyment of all wbo attended. Sammy Fain, writer of popular song hits, and Carl Gardner also participated in the merry.making, which concluded a most pleasant evening. —Y— "Y" WINS THRILLER 30 TO 29 Phil Weintraub came through with a field goal and free throw in the final seconds of their cage game with the McNally team to beat them out In their first of a three game series for the Miami Keach cage championship. Box score follows: Y M. H. A ::o Player fg ft. tot Berni Frank 4 Phil Weintraub 1 Milt Weintraub 1 Sol Berlin 2 Dave Lackawitz 2 Ed Stein 0 Levinson 0 McNally's 29 Player f g ft. tot Kasselman 1 2 4 Fox () 0 0 Ross 0 Hy Sacks 1 Orlin 2 1 3 2 0 2 2 0 4 0 2 9 5 4 4 6 2 0 4 2 State Examinations are Held The State Welfare Board held Its merit system examination Satforts of local Jewry was scoffed at and belittled. Perhaps there : urday morning at the Central )was no intention to hurt or decry the work Of the local B'nai school. According to Mrs. Bernard lne |,. new daughter who weighed B'rith, who undoubtedly has done more to wipe out prejudice.! Simon, chairman of the Merit Sys. pound8 and 2 ounces on the date discrimination and intolerance than any local organization and em Committee, people applied ot her arrival. „ t .. .. to take 'he examination of visitor. | H.m-m-m( a couple of pi-ospectall of the national organizations put together, even though no or (hese M were decIared eligible Y w „. A liem „ers. maybe? credit was sought, publicity asked, and notoriety avoided. J by the State Merit System Com-; —y— yet, had proper inquiry been made, the meeting Would have mittee. Four applied to take the j L eo Robinson's face turned red been peaceable and worth while I supervisors examination, and one a8 Ida May dedicated that popular was declared eligible. IS persons „<,„,, njt "You're a Sweetheart," There is no Sense in crying over spilt milk. ... yet there reported Saturday morning to take to hjnl at tne banquet held in his is and becomes ever increasing the need for a united front of the visitors examination, and one; honol Sunda y by the Governors Miami Jewry i f we are to combat racial prejudice, ignor" P rted to take the ,,nlt sllpervi8 ] Club of the Y. M. H. A. Most ev... „ ,.„. ,.„.„ _„_„:„_ ors eryone of prominence in this area ant bigotry, intolerance and untrue charges, then there remains a attended to honor Leo for his but one thing to do. ... if We desire. ... if we want N ew Chairman is Named grand work Among the guest to effectively combat the common enemies a nd that is to Following the resignation of Isspe aker8 were Judge Lewis of "GET TOGETHER" to unite ourselves. ... let our beliefs in'aac Levin as chairman of the Stu-1 Philadelphia. Rabbi Israel Herbert one organization's splendid work not blind us to the equally *ff S'SSSSH£ T^S effective accomplishments of other organizations. ... let there of other communal worti Dr s once and for all be harmony. ... let us sink and destroy for-. Charle8 Werblow was named to ever our personal differences and UNITED work for the comsucceed him. Mr. Levin remains a mon cause. member of ,h e ">•"••• Let's GET TOGETHER. B'NAI B'RITH Regular Meeting is Held Mrs. Harry Rnrnhard, peace Leventhal of Brooklyn. Mrs. MoeOS Epstein, president of Hadassah, of New York and Dr. Ixniis Gross of Brooklyn and Nick Kenny, entertainer. Recipients of honorary life memberships were Al Rosenfeld and Hyman Apte. Following the speech making next Tuesday's meeting-now that chairman, gave a report on "The Jack Dempsey and Gene Tunney Cause and Cure of War" which have sponsored "spirits" we won-! convention she recentlj attended der what "spirits" Stoler is going to laud. BRIEFS In Washington, at the monthly trading gigantic crowds to Flagler and with Rip-A-Rarin, the sensa. tlonal greyhound owned by Fred z z z A fine Ben Brith. upright, upstanding, sympathetic and lovable was removed from us and came to all as a shock when Brother Martin Raff passed on to the Great ReCertainly B'nai B'rith does not, yond Our sympathy goes out to nor has it ever attempted to be everything in the life of the Jewyet one cannot understand £he professions of some "I don't belong to his bereaved family. z z z And now Doc Werblow will pre. B'nai B'rith" and in another breath' scribe for the ailing studes at the "we ought to get together to defend *• of M. What a tribute he will Jewish rights." These statements receive once he can weld frats and non-frats together with other frats. Rather a difficult case, Doc, but one we hope that will respond to treatment. Good luck. E z z Congratulations to Rudy Adler on his fifty-fifth birthday and Naz z z | than Adelman on his fiftieth birthLeon Stoler is to tell us all about day, both last week. Sincere "The Spirit of Citizenship" at wishes of all Ben Briths for a long are so contradictory as to make it nearly laughable if it were not tragic. Defense of Jewish rights as citizens has been. Is, and will continue to be synonymous with B'nai B'rith and all It stands for. meeting of the Miami Section of Whitehead going into the event to the National Council of Jewish Wo. night against Jolly Farmer. Andrewmen last Wednesday afternoon at Meadows, Admire. Resound. Besthe Alamac Hotel. TheCouncil sie's Lad, Another Kick and Royl gave five hundred dollars to assist Dancer over the 5-16 mile course the German Jewish Children's Aid the fans should see a thrilling race, for the support of a child for one The fourth round will find but year, one hundred dollars to the 15 dogs left In the competition Jewish Welfare Bureau for Passwhen it ends Saturday night and over baskets and twenty-five dolthese sixteen will be cut to eight Score at half: McNallys 19—Y. 12. —Y— Next Tuesday, March 8, the "Y" and McNally's will play off the second game of this series at Flamingo Park starting at 8:00 p. m. If victorious in this battle the "Y" will be awarded a most beautiful trophy emblematic of the Miami Beach championship. Let the Y. W. JJ. A. suspend their regular Tuesday meeting and all youse guys and gals come to this game In full regalia and cheer for your heroes Admission one thin or fat dime. —Y— Abie Berkowitz, another member of the "Y" basketball team and vice-president of Junior Division is recuperating nicely from an appendix operation over at the Victoria Hospital. —Y— The Amity Club recently organized with Samuel Greenstein as its president will sponsor a moonlight boat ride party on the boat BIscayne Saturday, March 12th, leaving at S:30 p. m. Tickets are now on sale. —Y— Mill Friedman, our V. P.. just returned from Tampa where he ln! stalled the A. Z. A. chapter of that city and also done some initiating on his own account, righto Milt. —Y— Thaks to Al Rosenfeld. Aaron Pincus. Sidney Rosen, Ray Shochet and Mae Kaplan for their Info in helping me get these columns together. Are there any others? Send them in folks. Adious until next week. lars to Dr. Stephen Wise's Birthday fund. A musical program followed the business meeting. NURSERY STAKES RACES RESUMED in the semi.finals. With the closing of two other tracks on March 15, the crowds at West Flagler should be of gigantic proportions. Special races are being planned along with the famous West Flagler Futurity which carries a purse of $1,000. West Flagler, located at 37th With the third round of the Avenue and West Flagler Street West Flagler Kennel Club Nursery | can be reached within ten minutes Stakes under, way tonight, a tre-1 from any part of Miami. The immendous crowd is expected at the; provements made at the track this downtown oval. The two year olds have been atyear placed it at the top of all greyhound racks In the country. SCHENCK HEADS PRODUCERS The Association of Motion Picture Producers, the organization which governs conduct and general policies of the studios in Hollywood, elected Joseph M. Schenck, chairman of the board of the 20th Century-Fox Studious, as president to succeed Louis B. Mayer. Mayer was president for seven years and now becomes vice-president. He is vice-president in charge of production at MGM. Jack L. Warner, vice-president In charge of productions at Warner Bros. Studios, continues as vice-president, and Fred W. Beetson was selected executive vice-president. The association also elected Harry Cohn. R. J. Obringer. Harry Herzbrun, Pandro S. Berman, cflbrles R. Rogers and Hal B. Roach as directors.



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PAGE FOUR THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAj^ FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1338 r i CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue (MIAMIS PIONEER CONGREGATION) MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi 1029 N. W. 1st Street Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-217* SOCIETY Prominent Realtor Diet Here Martin Raff, prominent realtor of this area died suddenly last Attorney to Review RooK. .Saturday afternoon -J*^ Utdor Zukernlck. prominent Cor al Gables. Mr. Raff Who was 'worker and attorney of this area a na(ive of Roumania. tame to Mirill address the Miami Section of ^ about twe i ve years age and the National Council of Jewish Women Tuesday evening. March t, active In local realty LOU'S HAYMAN. Exec. See. 149 N. W. 5th Street Phone 2-5574 Women Tuesday evening— ber ,, | at the Alamac Hotel beginning at circles. He nab j 8:00 0'** when he wl spe3k lem LodBe f i on "Jews in Current Fiction" and ag other r ume rous civic and review 'The Old Bunch" by Meyer ^^ organizations. He was hon. Levin. "I can get it for you whole o{ -^ nf Miaml &f —sale" by Jerome Weidman and I • The Education of Hyman Kap fort you to know that your sacred l" by Leonyd^Rosten. accomplishment will forever remain a source of blissful inspiration to us. May you have the strength and courage to continue this holy task for amny years to come JEWISH RADIO HOUR Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the Jewish radio hour over WIOD this Sand** from 3.ZQ to 4:00 p. m. Cantor Louis Hayman, with! • • • the Beth David choir will be heard Announces Birth of Daughter in the rendition of several appropriate numbers. Rabbi Shapiro will continue his series of lectures on the subject "Ethics as the Basis for Jewish Life." LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES Late Friday evening services will be held at Beth David Syr.agogue at via. This coming Sabbath has been designated as "Young Judea Sabbath" Tre Young Judea (or the Junior Zionist Group' of Greater Miami under the able direction of Miss Adele Segall and Sidney Segall is growing constant, ly. Th emembers participating in the services are Diana Blatman. Martin Dubler. Betty Kirshenbaum Jack Mendell. Lois Riesner. Harold Shapiro, Adele Sootln and Stanley Minter. Harold Shapiro and Jack Mendell will speak briefly on the "Aim and Aspirations of Young Judea." Cantor Louis Hayman I by the Beth David choir tnt the liturgic melodies Rabbi Max Shapiro will discuss the lect, "Jewish Palestine and Jewry." SABRATH SERVICES tely after the adult serSaturday morning at '. the Junior Congregation will hold dangers of such a movement Rabbi Its lerri •-. Howard Schwartt. Shapiro has accepted the inrltaV Hi U Shapiro. Jack Mendell and tion todiscuss the reeds, desires Stanlej H ymao will conduct the •' nd Problems of such an undertak.' ice. Parents are urged to ia &tome with their children. A" KidGENERAL NEWS dush" is given by t.-.e Sisterhood __ tn M.. „VIIJ„ „.,„. iv ,. ,, The Zionist District of Greater for the children after the prayers. ... ...... Miami will hold its monthly culTHE BETJJ DAVID PURIM BALL tural meeting for March at the MiWe express our gratitude to the ami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue. many members and friends who 1*45 S W. Third Street, this cornCultural Program to be Given The Miami Section of the Nation, al Council of Jewish Women will hold a cultural evening on Tues-, Feibelm.n durmg the service. orary chief of police Funeral services were held at Temple' Israel with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Colman Zwitman i -. The organ was played by Mrs. Asher and several psalms were intoned by Mrs. H. U. ...for it has no moving parts in its freezing system day evening March 8. at S:15 at the Alamac Hotel with Mrs. Milton Travers. cultural chairman in charge. The public is cordially invited to attend. Both Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi Zwltman delivered impressive euloales and the 'Kol Molay Rachmim' waa chanted by Rabbi Zwltman. Active pMlbearers were I. Levin, j Nathan Jonas, Larry Fay, Edmund Friedman. Adolph Wertheian mer. Leo Ackerman and J.Gerald nounce the birth of a baby daughLewis. Honorary pallbearers were ter. Judith Sue. at the Victoria J*ge Worth Trammel! Hospital. RABBI TO ADDRESS ST. PETERSBURG ASSEMBLY munlty has extended an invitation Rabbi Shapiro to officially open mi aign for a new religious and social center at a banquet next Wednesday. March 9th at 7.30 p. m. Realizing the importance and Wm. McCarthy, Police Chief Sox of Coral Gables. Police Chief Yocom of Miami Beach. Hayes Wood. Visitors Arrive Here. Stanley C. Myers. John DuBose. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sakols. of an( j Justice 0. B. Button. Final Baltimore. Md.. are spending %  % • I serVices and interment were at h com eral weeks in Miami for a brief' he Woodlawn Cemetery. Survlv. vacation. Mr. Sakols is active In j n? >ir. Raff are his widow, Rose. the communat life of Baltimore an( j t wo sons. Bertram and Dougand served several terms as presi as '{ftft'tl ident of the Eden Street Synago-, gue there H e is a prominent realtor. Convalesces at Home Mr. Max Kupperstein returned to his home from the Victoria Hospital where he underwent an operation and is now convalescing at his home. • • • Brit it Held Rev. B. D. Mindel officiated at helped make our affair a huge sueing Monday evening at 8:15. Rabbi 'he circumcision of the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schwartz of this city at the Jackson Memorial Hospital lt Wednesday. Mother and baby are doing nicely. ceai Particularly to the Purim Abraham A. Kellner will be the Ball Committee, we express the chairman. The highlights of the sentiment that your work was' evening's prograrr. will be an adhighly appreciated by thosewho dress by Rabbi Yehuda Lazaroff. %  '. earnest. 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FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE FEATURETTES THE WORLD'S WINDOW -By LUDWIO LEWISOHN The views expressed by Ludwig Lewlsohn In hie column ai*. hie own and do not necessarily reflect the policies or attitude of our publication. Reproduction In whole or In part strictly forbidden. One begins to envy the youngest people. They do not know. They have not seen. And so they do not mourn. For It is one thing to have been told or to have read of Vienna. It la another thing to have seen, to have felt, still to have been a part of what was once beauty, glory, genius, charm, even in the highest sense freedom, and to see all that not even levelled with the earth by war, by catastrophe, noble In its very ruin, but drowned in oceans of ordure and given over to the filth of neurotic savagery. How well it is that Schnltzler attained no great age, that Hugo von Hofmannsthal died in his middle years of grief over his children, that Jacob Wasserman, as he told his friend Thomas Mann, was too weary to go on living in 1933. Who remains today in Vienna? Slgmund Freud, still erect in his extreme old age. from out of that tragic aura of bis. Richard Beer-Hoffman, example above all others of the Jewish aristocrat' of Vienna. Who -else? Not many. Luckily not many. Perhaps they foreknew and were felices opportuniate mortis, happy in the timelines of their passing. Others are scattered—but those others, Schonberg, Reinhardt, are not the purest nor the most authen. tic representatives of what was once Vienna and is now forevermore no more. People from America and Western Europe who go on tours and have anything good to say of National Socialism are, above aU, ignorant people, people who did not know what existed in those coun. tries before the madness and the pestilence came. Let us take a few examples—symbolical ones: When Thomas Mann's Magic Mountain came out in an inexpensive edition it sold considerably over one million copies. The Magic Mountain and neither Gone With the Wind nor How to Make Friends and Influence People. The volumes of the Poetry of Rainer Maria Rllke really sold in edition after edition. They listened to Bach in Vienna. They listened to Bach not snobbishly nor learnedly but naturally, as a part of the nourishment of the soul. All through these latter years people were poor in Vienna. But they were still in that city of Schu. bert and Beethoven, of Hebbel and Grillparzer, of Herzl and Freud, of Schnltzler and Hofmannsthal, rich beyond the dwellers in other cities. Once In the eighteenth century the then small Jewish community was then expelled from Vienna. But it withdrew not farther than Eisenstadt, built itself a group of houses there which still can be seen and soon returned. Since then the Jews have been Immensely at home and immensely productive In Vienna. For the city was not like Berlin, an Icily homogeneous city In which the Jews, however they sought to conform, were still conspicuous. The capital of the old Austria was the natural magnet of the intellectuals of the provinces of the empire. South Germanic in groundwork, its cultural atmosphere was always a blend. Every -other Viennese was a Czech. OUR SPORT WORLD Hungarian, a Pole, a Jew. At best —and there were at least best decades—these elements supplemented and complemented each other and in that not unhappy situation the Jewish genius unfolded and glowed both from a Austrian and a Jewish point of view and Vienna will be a memorial city in Jewish history in the centuries to come and Jews everywhere and at least in Eretz Ylsrael will remember and celebrate not only the chief, great characteristic names of IJerzl and Freud, but H emrlch Landesmann and Karl Emil Franzos and Jacob Julius, David and Felix Braun and Hugo Salus, and the incomparable Alfred Polgar and Peter Altenberg and the great Arthur Schnltzler and that divine poel Hugo von Hofmannsthal and even Stefan Zweig and assuredly the young Franz Werfel, the marvelous lyrist, and Gustav Mahler and Arnold Schonberg and Egon Welles* and a host—but literally a host of lesser but still authentic talents in literature, in music, in painting, in science and scholarship. And what has it availed? What has it availed the world or us It was (Continued on Page Eight) TENNIS ON THE TABLE New Orleans—From this gay old town your correspondent is starting out on his annual tour of the big league baseball training camps to get the first hand dope on who's who and what's what for the 1938 season, gut while I'm accumulating the dope and incidentally sunning myself, I might as well clear up my notebook of a swarm of stuff that's been gathering there for a couple of weeks.' First you ought to be told that the Jewish ping pong | erg are still tops. A.t the world table tennis championship tournament in London the Hungarian team which won the Swaythllng Cup included three landsmen, G. V. Barna, L. Bellak and T. Hazl. Sol Schlff, the American singles title holder, teamed up with Jimmy Mc. Clure of the United States, to cop the World's doubles. Bellak of Hungary paired with M lss Woodhead of England to win the world's mixed doubles and then made a clean sweep by sharing with Miss Osborne of England in the mixed doubles. JOHN McGRAW'S DREAM Too bad that John J. McGraw didn't live to see the realization of one of his fondest dreams, a (Continued on Page Twelve) Some of the executives of the Conde Nast publications may get fired if an investigation shows that they were privy to the publication of those anti.Jewi8h illustrations which cost Cecil B eaton bia JNew York's new telephone direcory has been purged of Hitlers and Hittlers, but there are still 12 Stretchers, four Goerlngs and three Goebbels. Lend an ear to the new program called "Talent in Exile," which is to be sponsored by the Hollywood Anti-Nazi League over KFWB on Thursday nights at 9:00 p. m.. Pacific time. When Hollywood gets through with its film version of the "Arabian Nights" It will have more than a slight anti. Fascist tinge. WHO'S WHO The best tip-off on how good the the new Who's Who in American Jewry is not is to be found in the fact that lots of English-Jewish weeklies have had to carry announcements disclaiming responsi. YOU SHOULD KNOW The Ameican Legion's militancy against Nazism in this country is getting under the skin of the Nazis. Enraged by the opposition they have met from the Legion in organizing new Bund units, especially In up.State New York, the cur rent Issue of the Nazi weekly, Deutscher Weckruf und Beobachter, carries a front-page story, in English and German, proclaiming "American Democracy Menaced by the American Legion". Incidentally, the response to the Nazi organizing campaign has been very, very weak. The offices of the American Jewish Committee were burglarized last week. The AJC dosen't know whether the marauders were looking for something besides cash and stamps, but only that was taken. How come the city fathers of New Castle. Pa., let the city hall be used for a meeting of the Silver Shirts? Those In the know claim that one of the reasons why Fritz Kuhn, Bund leader, sneaked off to|bility for the selection of namesGermany so suddenly is that he' from their city appearing in the gets plenty of mention in the diary book. The publishers broke down of a much-married lady who Is offering the record for publication. JEWISH YOUTH IN GERMANY SEEK TRAINING AS FARMERS AND DAIRYMEN Potential Emigrants Attend 35 Jewish Farm Centers D UE to the economic decrees of the present German government a tremendous task of changing their entire vocational structure has been Imposed upon the Jews of that country. No longer can Jewish youth expect to earn their livelihoods in the mercantile and professional fields as these are now nearly completely "aryanlxed." Even the few vocations still open to Jews depend upon their being able to find employment with a Jewish concern. Hence the majority of Jewish youths and adults In Germany are training and retraining themselves for occupations that will enable them to earn their livelihood wherever they may emigrate. As the majority of the overseas countries offering the greatest emigration possibilities are largely agricultural, potential German-Jewish emigrants are increasingly seeking training as farmers and dairymen. In 35 of the 46 vocational training and retraining centers within Germany established by the Zentral Ausschues fuer Hilfe und Aufbau, the operating agency of the Reichvertretung der Juden In Deutscbland, the central organization of Jewish social and welfare activities, agriculture is the principal course of Instruction. The rest are devoted to instruction in artisanshlp and trade training. In 9 countries outside of Germany —Belgium. Czecho-Slovakia, Denmark, France, Holland. Italy. Luxembourg. Sweden and Yugoslavia—where emigration training centers have been established by the Reichvertretung. agricultural training, for the same reason. Is the most popular course of Instruction. For the year 1938 the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, as the principal American agency aiding Jews in Germairy, as well as in Poland, Roumania, and other European countries, has proposed to allot $1,150,000 to continue this reconstruction work in behalf of Jews in Germany. This allotment, of course, Is contingent upon It raising the full national quota of $5,100,000. The above scenes, taken In the various agricultural training centers which depend for support i-non the generosity of American Jews contributing to the Joint Distribution Committee show: (1) German Jewish agricultural students storing their hay harvest at the training farm at Bomsdorf, Germany, (z) Young dairy farmrs at work In the Wieringen farm colony, Holland. (3) Domestic science students at work in the la:indry of the Neuendorf training center, outside of Berlin. (4) Even bee culture has not been overlooked; these young German Jews nre shown receiving a practical lesson as apiarists. the names in the book and sent out stories to all the Jewish papers in the various cities, and the papers printed them. Then the fun began, with lots of prominent Jews finding themselves omitted and taking it out—unjustly—on the papers. Finest piece of good-willing we've seen in many a day is being dotr> in "Father Malachy's Miracle," in which that veteran trouper Al Shean is packing them in with his portrayal of a Benedictine monk. Invitations issued by Mrs. Herbert H. Lehman, wife of the Governor, to wives of the Albany legislature correspondents for their annual party carry instructions directing guests to dress for the big apple dance. March 17th is a big year this year. It's Purim, St. Patrick's Day and Stephen S. Wise's birth, day. Incidentally, SSW is an hon. orary member of several Irish organizations. Max Reinhardt, who really made the Salzburg music festival what It is, won't go there any more, because of Nazism. The Nazi coup in Austria makes it a good bet that plans for an American Salzburg will soon be realized. Harry Hershfield has gotten the job of writing the script for a movie for George Gershwin's life. FOREIGN FLASHES Sounds unbelievable, but the Yiddish press in Warsaw vouches for the story that Vladmir Jabotinsky, Revisionist chieftain, conferred with ex-Premier Octavian Goga of Roumania about taking thousands of Jews out of Roumania in line with Goga's plan to "deport aliens" and Jabotlnsky's scheme for settling 1,500,000 Jews in Palestine. Diplomats who wondered why King Carol selected the head of the Orthodox Church *s Goga's successor have learned that Patriarch Miron Christea accepted the premiership only after Carol swore that he would definitely get rid of Madame Lupescu for good. Count Timofiej Muratow, who was something of a Stretcher In the Russia, of the Czars, was recently found! dead on the steps of a Warsaw synagogue. For years he begged for alms near the synagogue, and was even known to have attended the services, garbed in a chasaidic (Continued on Page Five)



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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938 BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-9548 MIAMI RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D. 6996 AlbacorDrive—6-1265 MIAMI BEACH Either or both of the Rabbla "ill he In the Temple every morning. v. may consult with them on matters concerning the Jawlah community, or your peraonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held In strut confidence. FRIDAY NIGHT — MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS — PAY NO VISITSGIVE NO PARTIES — GO TO TEMPLE •Do not withdraw thyself from for her contribution in honor of her CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 326 Jetterson Avenue •Phone 5-1328 MAURICE O. MAMCHE3, Cantor 726 Meridian Avenue 'Phone 5-2013 the Congregation." At the regular cervices of the Temple this Friday evening. March 4th. 1938, at BUS p. "• Rabbi Colnan A. Zwitman will deliver message on the present status and need for the intensification of Religion, as an active power in our lives. The sermon will be entitled •Religion, a Tabernacle in a Populated Wilderness." Th -e services will be conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. A reception for the worshippers and the guests of the congregation will be held after the services. husband's recovery. To Mr. Nathan S. Jonas for his contributions to the Flower Fund, in memory of Martin Raff. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Who installed Tampa A. Z. A. Chapter last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hen M. Golden v tha Friday svenlng service by local Rabbis and other promt. hiM (| g 30 ,, ,„.. Rabbi nent guests, as well M a delightful Meschelofl will speak on the submusical program are being arrang;,.,.,•Numbers.Cantor Mam-ed. Keep the date open. I,,,.,' will assist in tlw sen lee. The SISTERHOOD MEETING ,,„,,,„. „ welcome. During, the The monthly meeting of our Saturday morning service Rabbi Sisterhood will be held next MonMescheloff will speak on "Heart day evening at 8:00 o'clock at the before Hand." new Synagogue. After a short but important busYOUNG MEN'S GROUP |negg lllPe ting. the Sisterhood will Hostess last week alter the pregent A Talking Slide-Film" service held by our young nun of ,.,,,1,1,.,! "Through Europe with J 18 to 18 every Sunday morning at 9:00 a. n... was Mrs. Joseph Arkin. 1). C' It is a dramatized story of life in Eastern and Central Eu. We welcome all boys of age to ^^ Qf ^ s 8terh this voting men's minyan. BreaKtast Is served the Young Men's were guests Of Mr. Golden's aunt, j ^ tnfl B | 8tern00 j 0 f which The birthdays of Irma Bernstein „„,, uncle. Mr. and Mrs. I. K. hub-; M|s ^ Ik sven ,,. k is chairman. etsky. Mrs. (.olden was Miss Rutli IN MEMORIAM "Chaval el deovdin velo mishtakin.'' "Woe unto us when the great and noble pass out of this life, it will be difficult to replace them." The members of the Board of Directors of Temple Israel closed their meeting on Tuesday night with %  solemn tribute to the re. cently departed: HARRY GEIST D. JSLENKER MARTIN RAFF Special resolutions were draft• d, read and sent to the families, and Use Asher were celebrated in the assembly of last week. The services were read by Louis Wolfson II. and Greta Joseloff. preparations for the Purim celebration which will take place In our Sunday School on Sunday, March 80th, a! ":i'ti p. m.. are be. log made. In addition to the Costume Ball, there will be presentations by each (lass in our Sunday School, and also by various talented children in Purim specialties. A Purim supper will be served to those attending the celebration. Kaplan of New Jersey before her marriage Sunday. February SO, in JUNIOR CONGREGATION are welcome. 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FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGK SEVEN Jacksonville Notes The fourth In, the series of bridge tournaments staged by Mrs. 8am Witten and ftfrs. B. ]{. Bromberg for the Daughters of Israel was held last Monday afternoon in the auditorium of the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Plans for the Purim Hall to be given in the Jacksonville Jewish (enter Thursday night. March 17. include the most elaborate entertainment program ever featured by (his institution, Isidore Moscovitz, in charge of publicity, announced Max Rose is ticket chairman and I. M. Lleberman and Hyman Selber are co-chairmen of the Purim Ball. A beautiful golden anniversary service was conducted Friday night in the Temple Ahaveth ('hesed by the Temple Sisterhood, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Julius Nauniburg. who celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary last Monday. Fifteen years of active work in Jewish charity and fifteen years of working for the building of a Hebrew Home for the Aged was marked by the Ladies' Sheltering nd A'"' ^clety and JJome for the \ged by their Installation banquet which was held last Monday night in the auditorium of the Jacksonville Jewish ('enterM ra Ben Chepenik was in charge of the event. Installed as officers for the com. ing year were: Mrs. S. L. Blattner. president; Mrs. Ben Chepenik, 1st vice president; Mrs. S. Schain, 2nd vice president; Mrs. A. E. Selber. 3rd vice president; Mrs. B. B. Yoffee, financial secretary; Mrs. M. J. Safer, home treasurer; Mrs. B. Baker, aid-treasurer; Mrs. S. Bryan, corresponding secretary; M rs II Talisman, secretary. Calendar of events. February 25 to March 11, 1938, at the Jackson. villa Jewish Center are: roll 4—Sabbath Service 8:15 P. HiMarch 5—Ralph Cooper, Bar Mitzvah. March 8—Adult Hebrew Class S "P. m. March 9—Hadassah Linen Showei j: 30 p. m. March 10—Glee C'" 0 8:3 0 Pm Old Gold Ciearette Contest Winners Are Announced SUN-SEEKER In JI CABANA S1 T IT of linen. A casual outfit of increi ping favor among men. And, a Sunshine Fashion from Rurdine's Lincoln Road B, M. VanSant. Jr.. a $35-a.week clerk of Boston. Mass., was nn bounced as winner of the $100.0()0 first prize in the Second Old Gold Contest. Nine hundred ninety-nine others will share an additional $150,001. making a total of J250.0()0 in prizes heinc; distributed, according to of. ficials of P. Lorlllard Company, sponsors of the contest. Second prize of $50,000 was awarded to Miss Henrietta P. Bruns of .'! Edisonia Terrace, West Orange. N. J. Miss Bruns has been employed as a stenographer with the Thomas AEdison Company, West Orange, since 1925. Third prize winner was announced as Bernard J. Ecker of 4404 N. Winchester Avenue. Chicago, 111. Ecker. who will receive $25,000, operates a travel bureau. Fourth prize of $10,000 goes to T-outs Grossman, an unemployed chemist of 1794 Coney Island Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y. The fifth to seventh prizes of $5,000 each were awarded to Wil. Ham E. Endslow of the United States Naval Training Station at Newport. Rhode Jsland; Karl Acton of 15Q4 Clay Avenue. Houston, Texas and Mrs. Jean Dibowski of are specialists in such work. They 2127 Gilbert Avenue, Cincinnati, O. analyzed the winning entries. Eighth and ninth prizes of $2,.".00 | The Donnelley Corporation staff each go to Mrs. Alma E. Gipe of of Judges includes both men and 506 Liberty Street, Warren, pa., women, most of whom are college and Miss Isobel g. Smith of 13(!4 graduates. Each Judge was assignWest Boulevard. ("leveland, Ohio, ed to a group which was given Jn addition to the major prizes, special training on a block of six the following awards were made: 'cartoons and worked only on that Three prizes of $1,000 each; ten block! prizes of $500 each; twenty-eight | Contestants' folders thus passed prizes of $250 each; fifty prizes of through the hands of eight separ$100 eacn an<1 one hundred prizes ate groups of specialists. Bach of $">0 each and eight hundred group of from three to ten Judges i prizes of $25 each. worked under a supervisor who in VanSant, the winner of $100,000 turn was responsible to one of a lives at 231 Park Drive, Boston, group of executive supervisors. He is married and is employed in | Winning entrants were judged by 'the inspection department of Sears as many as 3 different indiviRoebuck and ('o. | duals of the Donnelley Corporation In announcing the winners, offlStaff. 'cialB of the tobacco company issu. All of the prize winning entries ed a statement expressing their were Judged on a "blind" basis, the "appreciation of the work done in entries having been transcribed to the contest by those who failed to keyed sheets, ftven the Donnelley win." We believe." said the state, executives who made the final de. ment, "that all these contestants cisions did not know the names or will appreciate some information addresses of contestants until after as to exactly how the contest was the final decisions were made. Judged and how all contestants | The statement of the Lorlllard were guaranteed equal consideraCompany continues. "We do not betion and a square deal." f Heve it possible to devise a fairer The entire judging operation, the or more efficient method of judglorlllard Company pointed out. Ing a contest." was conducted by an impartial. In-1 One


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aasssa^^^"" PAQB EIGHT THE JEWISH FLOBlDIAy FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938 t ANTI-SEMITISM'S NEW TECHNIQUE The Political and Diplomatic Uses of Jew Baiting -By WILLIAM ZUKERMANAnalyzing the anti-Jewish decree* of the late Goga.fjuza regime in Roumania, Mr. Zukerman shows that they were not introduced for their own sake but for the accomplishment of political and diplomatic alms having nothing to do vrtih Jews. He explains that the anti-Semitic campaign of the short.lived Goga cabinet screened hidden objectives of Roumania and that this new use of anti-Semitism is a technique perfected by the Nazis and spreading throughout all semi.Fascist States. —The Editor One of the outstanding facts about the Goga-fJuza Government is the part which publicity, cheap, sensational, stunt-publicity played in its short career and in its so.cailed anti-Semitic 'upheaval.' The Government leaped Into existence with an unexpectedness which was sensational and was kept in power tothe last moment largely through publicity stunts. No other Government in Roumania or anywhere else lived so much on publicity, granted so many interviews and spoke so volubly and extensively to ncwspapper men. From King Carol to the last cabinet ministe everyone made a rush to the newspapers from the very beginning and kept up the game to the end. There had never been so many and such contradic. tory statements made by members of a Government as by this one. and never such a willingness to talk with apparent frankness, Jocularity, seriousness and in confidence. If the Goga-Cuza Govern, ment had really succeeded in consolidating its power, it would have been largely a result of stunt-pub. licity and the world press would have been responsible for it to a great extent. For there is not the slightest doubt In the mind of the careful observer that this orgy of publicity launched by the Goga-Cuza Government was not accidental. It was deliberate and planned; It was part of a scheme doubtless elaborated by cleverer brains than the Roumanians' and every one of its stunts was carefully sprung on an astonished world for reasons and purposes well-known to its perpetra. tors. More important still for us Jews is the fact that the whole of the nnti-Semiic campaign, too, of the Goga-Cuza government was primar. ily but a part of this deliberate stunt-publicity. The Government launched out upon Its crazy antiSemitic course not because it was driven to it by inner economic, so. cial or political reasons, but for quite other reasons known only to itself. No greater He has been uttered than that of the Goga-Cuza government that the Jewish question is the most important question in Roumania. u is not even a second, third or fifth rate question in the country. Jt is no serious problem at all. But it so happens that anti-Semitism is peculiarly adapted to the production of international stunt.publicity which the Roumanias Government needed at the moment; this is why It was pounced upon and was featured as the greatest need of Roumania. Anyone who followed the almost lunatic course of the anti-Jewish outbreak in Roumania since last Christmas, could not help seeing through it. Tragic as some of the events were, they could not but strike one as unreal, fantastic, even comical, al. most like stage scenery In a Ruritanian film drama. The very first act of the GogaCuza Government was to raise a most stupid and sensational yell that Roumania had from a quarter to three quarters of a million 'alien' Jews who had 'sneaked into Roumania by fraud," and whom the Government was going to deport immediately. The scream had all the marks of B erl 'n on It and there Is enough evidence now to prove that it was manipulated from G er many. Not only the Nazi press in Germany, but the vast net of news, papers outside Germany which is subsidized by the Third Reich, and even representatives of the N'zi Government Itself, abroad, took up the inspired cry and helped to spread the stupid He. Now, the Goga.Cuza Government itself never believed that it had a foundation for the deportation of so many Jews, or that it could find a place to deport them. It knew from the beginning that the allegation was a shamefaced lie and that such deportation was impossible of realization, but it was necessary t;. precipitate a panic; it was necessary that every country border, ing on Roumasia should rush ti close its frontiers to the imaginary 'invasion of refugees;' it was necessary to make the world's flesh creep. Jt was part of a plan for helping the Government pass the first critical weeks prior to its ac tual assumption of power. It was stage property if ever there was any. It was the same with practically every anti-Semitic decree which followed. Each was as crazy as that of the immediate deportation of halt a million Jews, as much bas. ed on an obvious lie, and as Impossible of execution, but each was preceeded by a great flourish of trumpets intended to Impress the foreign as well as the domestic world that it was meant seriously. Each was primarily a publicity stunt, intended as such. All the Jewish inn-keepers in the country were to be immediately de. prived of their licenses and prohibited to engage in the business of 'poisoning the Roumanian peasants.' (f)ut of 40' 0( >0 inn.keepers in Roumania. a little over 0.000 are Jewish. What was to become of the other 34.000 'poisoners of the Roumanian peasants?' "Has M. Goga provided Roumanian inn-keepers to take the place of the Jews?" asked none other than Voida Voyevodi a former premier and himself no less an an. tl-Semite than Goga. And a little (over a month after the decree had been issued the State monopoly of alcohol issued orders that the Jewish inn-keepers should not be mo. lested because the Government could not afford the loss of revenue from the Jewish inns. Among the other decrees first promulgated by the Goga-Cuza gov. ernment was one prohibiting Jews from engaging in agriculture. Now there are provinces in Roumania, particularly in Bassarabia and Transylvania (In the district of Marmoresh) where a great many Jews have engaged in agriculture for generations. In Transylvania they are mostly leasing the land from Roumanian landlords. The Government decree created a greater panic among these landowners than among the Jews. It was they who made the strongest representations to Bucharest against the crazy order and forced its practical annulment. The former Cuzist perfect of the Kishineff district ordered that all Jewish doctors should be removed from the state and municipal hoe. A rising young American Jewish artist's conception of "Rebecca," the picture reproduced above is one of a series of such illustrations which is featured in the Sisterhood Art Calendar for 5699, pitals. Within twenty-four hours there came urgent telegrams asking the dismissed Jews to return because the hospitals were left without staffs; not with less efficient staffs, as in Germany under similar conditions, but with no 'staffs at all. for there are not enough Roumanian doctors to take the places of the Jews. The fate of the famous decree of the young Cuza forbidding Jews to employ Roumanian servant girls Is well-known. Xothlng created a greater chaos than the sudden dismissal of thohsands of these girls, mostly daughters of peasants whose earnings helped to keep their families going, the unemployment and suffering created by this order were so sudden and so obviously futile that the decree had to be revoked officially. But the chaos and unemployment in the factories, shops, offices, banks, restaurants, cafes, amusement places, markets, fairs and in every other walk of life which followed the other antl. Jewish measures of the Government were not less serious and most of these measures were bound to meet with the same fate as the servant girls decree. For all these measures were introduced not because Roumania needed them, or could even stand them, but In imitation, and probably at the behest of Nazi Ger. many, on the assumption that what had seemingly succeeded in Germany would also work in Roumania. With the possible single exception of the old fanatic Cuza. however, not a single Roumanian politician really believes that mea. sures of Nazi Germany can be introduced into Roumania. that the economic and cultural differences between a highly indstrialized \ State with a surplus intellectual population and a backward agricul-' tral State which needs men, capital and brains can be ignored. The anti.Semltic campaign is necessary to the Romanian Government for other reasons, chiefly diplomatic and political, which have nothing to do with the Jews, and was exploited to the full extent. The publicity given to these measures is from this standpoint more important to the Government than t he measures themselves. The hue and cry and the panic accompanying the anti-Jewish decrees served a greater purpose (from the government point of view) than the decrees themselves. It formed a smoke screen behind which the Goga Government, which represented less than a tenth of the popula. tion, sought to establish in power at home, and to gain certain concessions from the great powers for which Roumania was doubtless secretly bargaining. This new use of anti-Semitism as a screen for non.Jewlsh purposes is a new aspect of the ancient evil which has been introduced by the Nazi regime and is now spreading into other Fascist and seml-Fasclst States. The latest events in Roumania and in Palond give the clearest illustration of it and the mat. ter deserves the closest scrutiny on the part of the Jewish world. Let anyone who still has any dpubt about It consider the following: Last December the Foreign Minister of France, M. Delbos, made a diplomatic tour of E aBte,n and South-Eastern Europe. A lmost immediately afterwards an antiSemitic conflagaration broke out in Roumania and at the same time an abatment of the same fire set in in Poland where it had been stated again and again that the antl. Semitic terror was beyond control. Whether we like !t or not. we must recognize this new development which Nazism has Introduced into anti-Semitism. With all its viciousness, meanness and cruelty the new Nazi anti-Semitism which is now raging in many countries in j.',urope is not primarily concerned with the Jews. It has other aims, chiefly diplomatic and political. It is for the accomplishment of these aims (which are not always known to the public) that anti-Semitism is turned on and off at will as a vintage on tap. What seems to be an uncomfortable violent anti-Semitic outburst is stopped at a word's command. What looks like a fierce elemental force directed against the Jews, is nothing but technique, a new technique, discovered and perfected by the Nazis for the ac. complishment of non-Jewish alma. I do not know whether there is any comfort for us in this new aspect of anti-Semitism, but I am sure that we must know of it and follow its development closely if we want to understand the present situation in Roumania, Poland. Italy and in the rest of Europe. Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page Five) cloak. ^Jany ballots In a by-elec. tion to the Canadian House of Commons from a Quebec district were Invalidated because they were marked with a swastika and the words "a bas les Juifs." The Liverpool Echo, which has been running a series of articles on "Obsolete Acts never Repealed." discovered that the town of Comway still has a law forbidding any Je-v to reside within its walls, on pain cf instant expulsion. IN MEMORIAM Harry L. Glucksman, late executive director of the J?wish Welfare Board, knew for six years that he had a bad heart, but didn't breathe a word about it to any of his rela. tlves or friends. J'e gave most of his free time—there was so little of it—to his thirteen-year-old-son, Arnold Henry, Glucksman believ. ed in preparing his speeches, and often spent days working out an ad dress. He never spared himself. The only relaxation he permitted himself—once in a great while— was a session of bridge, a game at which he was a master. When the physicians looked him over at lit Sinai Hospital half an hour before he passed away, he suddenly realized that he was a very sick man. He is said to have inquired, with a sad smile: "No more tricks in hearts?" Harry Glucksman was a swell fellow, with a lot of understanding for other people's worries. WHAT'S IN A NAME? There's a gal in New York called Ming Toy Epstein. The Social Se. curlty Board claims to have discovered twenty-three ways of spelling Abramowitz, and eighteen for Lehman. The influence of the movies is responsible for some youngster we've heard of being tagged with a name like Gary Cooper Flnkel. stein. The popular Broadway mimic Afrique is really Alexander Witkin, who picked his stage name in honor of the continent where he wa 8 born. Jack Pearl's middle initial is H., and he says it stands for ••Ham." he having christened him. self thus to beat the ** %  £ That new singing star with the swell bass voice and the moniker Paul Dennis is really Henuch Rosenblatt, son of the late C"">r ** enblatt. Hugh Marlyn. who is knocking them over in Eurlpe with his singing and acting, is the scion of a chazin named Epstein. And do you know that Francis T. Palgrave, compiler of the "Golden Treasury" and professor of poetry at Oxford University, was born with the name Cohen? While on the subject of names, did you hear about the friend of a Brooklyn newspaper columnist who rebuked him for changing his name from T iy Goldstein to \\7 Gardner? : :By name." said the friend, "is Hyman Goldstein too-and Hyman Gold stein It'll remain." CP ,e \ months later Hyman Goldstein got a part in the Labor musical comedy % %  Pins and Needles." The program listed him as Hy Goldstein. Nnw that the show is a hit he's billed as Hv Gardner. And Jerry Levenson, composer of such hits as "Darkness on the Delta" and "Under a Blanket of Blue," now calls himself Livingstone. Our boss. Bernard Postal, tells us that when his paternal grandpappy came to this country sixty years ago he decided to take on a good American n Bm e—so for thirty years the fam. 11 v went by the tag of Goldberg. THE WORLD'S WINDOW (Continued from Page Five) all shadow. There was no substance. For substance Is that which can be attacked and defeated and diminished. Yes! But that has no substance nor, despite all fair appearances, ever had any substance, which can be utterly obliterated, negated and made to be as though it had never been. They are singing the Horst Wessel Lied in Vienna today. The Jews are trembling and planning to flee, though where they can flee is a riddle. Once more it is fitting to salute the great prophetic act and vision of Theodor Herzl who saw through the apparently fair seeming of his time, who himself profoundly enmeshed in the charm and even in the triumphs of Vien. na. tore asunder the soft and exquisite letters of that illusion and cried out to the Jews of the world that this was not the way, that this was not their way. that all these obligations thai they had brought were, in the great prophetic words vain oblations, that it was all useless and empty and would end—as it has now ended—in shand un spott. Let mo dwell for another moment on Schnitzler. Out of tradition and atmosphere, out of love and wisdom, he created in the long roll of both bis narrative and dramatic works this modern Vienna—this exquisite, many languaged, this unendurably sweet free musical city. And men came from the ends of the earth to see and feel this city which has a living Imitation of the •Jream and the desire of a Jewish poet that his city should be this city and who, out of a nostalgia of his Jewish soul, created this city of music and melancholy and love. Now the poet is dead and the vis. ion and the city are dead and the barbarians howl and rage and pour their filth over dream and over city and over the poet and over the folk of the poet and this poet will probably be preserved for future ages only in the memory and ultimately In the speech of the people from whose womb the poet sprang. Is it not time that the Jewish people became s omethlng other, something stronger, freer than the tomb of perished alien dreams



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T LY, MARCH 4, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE NINE ORAYNOO "OUR LIGHT BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER, EDITOR lONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA. RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP [HARWELL STREET ORLANDO, FLA. SERVICES FRIDAY m., discourse: "Christian [of the Jews." Shabos 8:30 L_U •ntor Leshinsky officiating. |_pBIM CELEBRATIONS HJw^^h to be read on Wednesch 16th at sundown by eshinsky. The Rabbi will egilahs printed in EngI Hebrew on sale at Syna. (flee. Seudah for Congregation day night at 8:00 Pm nagogue social hall. There efreshments including deamentaschen, musical proPurim songs and addresry member invited. n's carnival on Sunday March 20th. Every ml class has been assignamte booth which will be "purimdlg" by'the chil. he Hebrew and Religious rizes will be presented %  Bust unusually and novel B> booth. There will be best "purim character" land best Haman, Esther, Aohasverus, Zeresh or character of the Book of ^rill be an exchange of Monos (Purim Gifts) by children. Proceeds of Hie Pucarnival will go to a Jewish Charity tO be voted on by the children. *HEBREW SCHOOL the recent examinations the boys were promoted to Wk Hebrew work: Morty [Oscar Tetenbaum, Stanley pim, Stanley Schader and ttensteln. [HIGHEST HONORS le University of Florida Mr. I Segal was elected to the scholastic fraternity for liolarship. At the Women's at Tallahassee, Miss Tybel Btein was elected to the (roll for high scholarship. kwlsh Community congratuiese young people and their lies. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. H. Press have left Orlando to continue their Southern tour. Mrs. Alex Levy has returned to her home in Birmingham, Ala. Mrs. Spivak and her new daughter are visiting Mrs. Spivak's mother, Mrs. I. M. Herman, at the Herman's palatial home on Lake Lucerne. Miss Jeanne Deutsch is a guest at the San Juan Hotel, being on a business tour here from New York. Miss Doris Heller is on a short visit to New York. Rabbi Skop was the principal speaker at the Home for the Aged banquet in Jacksonville. A dance will be held at the Flam, ingo by the Ladies Auxiliary on Tuesday, March 8. A congregational meeting will be held Sunday, March 6, at 8 p. m. The following officers were installed by the Orlando Lodge 1013 B'nai B'rith, on February 8th, in the presence of a large gathering of members and visitors. Judge HN. Roth, district grand lodge representative officiated. President, B. J. Cohen; Monitor, H. N. Roth; Vice-President, Nat Berman; Treasurer, L. S. Frankel; Secretary, S. Zagoren; Assistant Monitor, Martin Segal; Guardian, Dr. Seltzer; Custodian, I. Paster. The following are the chairmen of the permanent committees for the year: Membership, Martin Segal; Charity, I. Coplan; Sick, M. M. Segal; Anti-Defamation, H. N. Roth; Entertainment, Nat Berman; Vigilance, H. Kottleman; Cultural, Rabbi Skop; Sunday School, M. L. Baker; United Jewish Fund, H. N. Roth; Refreshment, S. Zagoren; Degree Team, A. Halmowitz; Social, Ben Katz; Publicity, S. Za. goren. NOTE Regret that the address of Jeal Septic Tank Company %  Certified Business Directory p-oneously given. The corIdress is 4145 N. W. 22nd Avenue. The company specializes in the manufacture of Pre-Cast Tested Tanks, and in Installations. Repairs, Drain Tiles and Cleanouts This compay is one of the foremost and successful in its line in the entire state. [NOUNCING THE NEW LOCATION AND OPENING SALE OF OLPERTS FURNITURE In sincere thanks to our loyal customers whose patlage has made it necessary for us to move to new Icious and beautiful showrooms at 155 WEST FLAGLER STREET invite all to take advantage of the most spectacular FURNITURE SALE OF THE YEAR ie possible through the cooperation of several furniture factories IGINS MONDAY, MARCH 7, AT 8 A. M. OLPERT'S FURNITURE OEO. WOLPERT 155 West Flagler Street TRUMAN G. FUTCH who Is a candidate for the Florida Supreme Court. SOCIETY Benefit Parties are Held The first in a series of card parties for the benefit of the Chalut. zim in Palestine was held on Wednesday evening, February 22, with the Greater Miami Women's Pioneer Group as the sponsors, at the Euclid Apartments, Miami Beach. Hostesses were Mdsdames Lena Wolk, Dora Jaffe and A. Levin of Cleveland. Hettle Sharp of Boston, assisted by Mrs. Henry Seitlin and Mrs. Marcus of Miami. Prizes were awarded for high score and refreshments were served. A talk on the aims and plans of the organization was given by Mrs. Wolk. The second in this series of card parties was held last Wednesday at the Nash Hotel. Miami Beach, with Mesdames Schlossberg, Lena Mentzes, Quckspan and Silverberg of New York, and Mrs. Wena Kredenzer of Chicago, as me hostess, es, assisted by Mrs. Henry Seitlln of the organizations. A very en. joyable afternoon was spent and delicious refreshments were served by the hostesses. 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Estimates given free.— Vit-eon Co.. Inc.. 776 B. W. Sth St. RELIABLE MATTRESS CO. We Sterilize, Renovate and Upholster. Reliable work is cheaper and better. Ph. 2-56S3. 1-day service, tlj S. W. 17th Ave. TROPICAL MATTRESS CO. I'PHuI.STERING. Renovating. Cushions. Pillows. Inner Spring. Box Spring. Slip Covers, telephone 4-2214 1-day service. 2232 W. Flagler PIANOS TUNED MISCELLANEOUS FURNITURE SPECIALS COMPLETE Stenog i • i • Natli *. 1 edited ComMIAMI BUSINESS COLLEGE 111 S Miami Ave. FLORIDA'S GREATEST BUSINESS UNrVERSITT. N -* .. .... p %  .... th. Southern Business University ••. l!!lir. Ph. CHIROPODISTS DR MART UNDINE GRIFFIN. 25S I .--mdav* y appointment. Iniset painlessly re-d. CORSETS FLORA'S CORSET SHOP —Miami's Oldest, row at '32 N E. 2nd Ave. AcrgS S from C-"qrst Bldg. Ph. 3-5S'4. DETECTIVE BUREAU BEDS COMPLETE. wi:h :.ew ses M-7S; new steel cots with. Ij.7! dayl <"iIth new ma< • •verstuffed fiber and car. room suites. II" up: din.' breakfast suites, cheap: Murp! V; all kinds of new and used litloned furnltun ind use.] furniture, baby bedt. h:---lind nursery chairs, play pens lit reasonable prices. Stoves, ovens nd heaters. FURNITURE SPECIALS BUENA VISTA FURN. EXCHANGE • -• N. i: 2nd Ave. Ph-m* ?.-"• %  ': %  GENERAL EQUIPMENT SHOW CASES. WALL CASES. DRUG FIXTURES. OFFICE EQUIPMENT Used Bq ilpi • sacrifice pi GENERAL TRADING COMPANY N Miami Avenue GENERAL REPAIR ING HOME REPAIRS—Plastering. Palntina. roofinp. ca-oe^ter work. Esti. mates free. JOE POHNL, '.'i'l P W. GOAT MILK well flavored goat milk delivered Young Kid Goats for Sale during Passover—Paschal Lamb TROPICAL GOATERY I L'idlam Road Phone : -.-;,•. s .-.-.LEY'S Bargains—Paints and B sen wire, bronze or copper. Kc and •> l-2c ft.: ga'.v. | : nd 4c fl 'luaranteed house paint. 93c e.-il. .\'.: kinds bargains; houset We v 52s N. W. 6tnd St. PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING— Scientifically and correctly done, romplete stock of new and used pianos alowest prices ROY H. CREAGER PIANO CO. 116". a W. 6th St Phone 3-1570. ALL MAKES, repaired by fact n ,• j. pert. Si..10 up; partt for 'chines. Used machines sold and ed. Bozarth's b400 Biscayne Blv | Phone 7-1415. SICK ROOM ACCES SORIES MOSPITAL BEDS-WHEEL CHAIRS RENTAL SERVICE OXYGEN TENTS Abdominal Supporters, Trusses ard Elastic Hosiery—Perfectly Fitted SURGICAL SUPPLY CO. 25 N. E. 2nd Ave.—Phone .; I SOLARIUM PICTURE FRAMING We '' % %  'A for :ii"i Pelixer Orders WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP Plctur-Famed—Framed Pictures— Glass I HI N\ \V. 1st Street. Phr.r.e 2-2462. HAVE a limited nr.rn! amplified phonographs prices from *4'i to $75 coin Instruments, but private clubs, homes \ -• -raphs fr.r Barbecuei Rettau nta. We will giv< • 1st. Deale Automatic Music Co.. S. W. 1st Bl !' ; MRS. TAYLOR DAMMERS. for 15 years connected with iMme. Moghabghab) is now doing expert alterations and dressmaking In her own home at reasonable prices. 605 S. W. 18th Ave. Phone 2.1010. Show Cards—Off : • '. os Displays— <:• [ \\ ..:k. Wi orlde %  A Slgi Service.—M. WOLFORD, Mcr. i 1-7! N'. E. lal Ave. phone 2-2150. MONUMENTS ICTUR liifililliW Sun and Solar Turkish Baths )n Hotel Roof ^pecial Treatments Nerve Bo %  Muscle Reducing Treatments—Coljmc Irrigation Personal Management MISS ELLEN V. HARTQLMST Room 317 Hotel Seville. Coral ; I'hor.e 4-4043 STORAGE EXPERT WORK — Price i eatonable.—LEARY PICTURE FRAMING >HoP 115! N. E. 2nd Ave. I'hune -14—J. E. LEARY, TMORA AVERI Pen ht, At your hon oni %  •' 13. Studii 141 • Bhd. Coral i;.. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY p-.l r !S root Bld ~ Htart of City -•• room with free dajlv ,„ l '.H. nk *. a, d llass 5c da >'^ •* month. Private storage racks II month and up. Private storage I •• month and up. Furniture • open storage lc cu. ft. Long d : .-• Md Ave. Stove Co. 201 N. W I Ave. Ph. .m MARBLE Memorials %  %  S. W. 8th 81 T h. I-! IS2 MIAMI MONUMENT CO. MARBLE •; ai te and Bronte markemetei all dea N W. th Ave. KULL. Ph. 2-: CONVENTIONS. Weddings. Parties— I PI itosn-aphy in .. I hea May we %  %  night. I %  lays phone 2-oOS H riEORGE HAMPTON MACHETT PLUMBING I SERVING MIAMI ii YEARSWe re. %  •mid and %  %  f inish water Gas, Oil, Electric, Oatol Apartment, Hotel and Res ^ulpment if you use It—We I "p [, \\ ST VK KXCHAN : Phone* \:'! ...: %  S r I7 %  I HEALTH CLINIC SlNKlDENTIAL Investlgatl s—We check your clerks, employees v irregular it ieExtortion and Btack fa!I 4|dot eliminated. Fill dres* op•ratlves. Protect parties and Socletv functions. Dietogrsfih and Motion Picture Service riependable Service — Strict Privacy >ferr.her Miami Chamber of Commerce M. F.SMITH NATIONAL DETECTIVE BUREAU S4 Ingraham Bldg. Phone 3-1203 Nigh-s and Holidays 4-22-7 DIABETIC HEALTH FOODS DIABETIC BREAD THAT IS SAFE Finest tavr*. I w in price, contains less than tpercent starch. Also full line of diaheroodi—Fln%  est ard largest ago -d New %  'afeterla and Health p,wj Shop IS .. E. 1st St.. Burd:r. IT IS TRUE THAT ONE MANS FOOD IS ANOTHER MANS POISON EVERY PERSON IS A LAW UNTO HIMSELF AND SHOULD HAVE THEIR OWN INDIVIDUAL CHART OF FOODS Which Indicate their food compatlhllitv • 'oods that keep the vitality at :ts highest peak—foods that will make one resistant to disease and prolong life. All people are allergic to some foods which cause lowered vitality. !• ince and disease. To int -. the re — TTkab!e features of the RADIONIC SHORT WAVE VIBRATORY METHOD %  '. physical analysis and for testing and selection of foods A FREE DEMONSTRATION AND PRELIMINARY TEST WILL BE MADE. INCLUDING CONSULTATION REGARDING FOOD AND HEALTH PROBLEMS without charge o' obligation of anv kind. Call telephone 2-7!s. for an early DR. E STANLEY PIERCE ORTHO-ANATOMIST CHIROPRACTOR C-artua'e p. s c. Ml Ex.-hange Hotel OFFICE SERVICE NEW OFFICE service for mlmeohlng, stencils, public stenography bookkeeping, addressing, notai: %  • publli -; %  •v imports and systems ind for Income tax papers.—til Il^ I %  • j TAILORING MAC — Beach. G. C McCAUGHAN OPTICIAN BELL AND BELL Plumbing Co. (Jen. • | Ouaran: 'i .v. b t< small. Prompt Sei 'hi leal IN I > % %  lhM1M. P. O. Box 7>S Littl. DR. LEONARD W. HASKIN Specialising in Eve Examir..••.• Fitting and Renalrlng of GLASSES 141 N. E. First St. Phone : COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED CONVENIENT TERMS C. J p"LPS. Pl.imbinj-and Heatlns %  ig. Gas Piping. Lawn systems. Repairing .md laltV. Tel L 1 S2 u,h • Ava.. BIscayne Plain "dr.. v,i~] Beach. REFRIGERATORS ORNAMENTAL IRON DECORATIVE HOUSE VTJMBERS PULLEM METAL CRAFTSMEN ORNAMENTAL IRON SCREEN DOORS 395 N. E. 7th St. Phone T-1SJS PLASTERING PIERRE DESIONER-IMPORTER line Merchant Tailors BRITISH DOE SKIN Made into distinctive Ladles' i-a i* Garments or <><<> >>y !h 1140 LINCOLN ROAD _. Phone E-ltlt nirrt A. Vacra. 15 Years on th. Beach TRANSFER AND STORAGE WE move von anywhere In u. %  edI and Insured carriers. Ph • > f Silddath Movinnnd RI "'" '" """ "-'"i-lnni citi-i TREE MOVING W„. JOHN H. WHITFIELO nl .t,'Z., a v d '-nds.-a P lng. Treemm v-Z? -.*'** %  Re ,, f references. 12! S w -th St. Phone 7-.1727. PLASTERING, stucco and oeneral r.. pairs. Patchino a specialty; esti. mates. Phone 4-3853. ATTKNTI"N_ Aranm nt ho„. „„ %  nd managers, realtors hanks men and restaurants. Standard makes Refrigerators Range.— I and factory recorded. rT,;. R t, ,rl rato !" guaranteed and serviced by our own factory re. vl a, p n rr K nMr *"• SS" n'l vina,%. Fr j?i' 1air ''', Mayflower.. Kel. 1. "...J "iversals. Oen. Electric WMt Flagler St. Phone 3-7072 UPHOL8TERING TOWER UPHOLSTERING SHOP-i.eneral furniture upholstering. ISH r-t. ; .... st %  nN,r Tower Theatre: n„.i %  "' P*<-ialitlnr Slip Covers. "'Pairing. Cushions: 3-plece wicker • r epai nted 17.00 WIN DOW CLEANINQ r 'OMPI.R TE w | ndow ,|„ n | nfi i,n"or service and floor waging: alwayl •,,.'-? %  ', wnrk b >" reliable bonded work Jn. Miami Reach exclusive. Baaton's Window Cleaners, Ph. J-1031.



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FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938 -r THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE ELEVEN YOURS TO OWN--YOURS TO SERVE WITH! THUS LOVELY TABLEWARE WELL BE YOUR PROUD LIFELONG PO SSESSION Truly Such An Amazing Offer May Nev er Come to Y ou Again BEAUTIFUL 6-PIECE UNIT OF 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 SALAD FORK 2 TEASPOONS 1 SOUP SPOON 1 DINNER FORK 1 DINNER KNIFE (Solid Handle—Stainless Steel Blade) 6 Beautiful Pieces P ure Silver Plated Rich Lustrous SILVERWARE That Beautify Your Table Something You've Always Wanted Beautiful Silverware! All women love ft but few women own it. Picture your table set with rich, lustrous silverware. Picture serving your guests with the famous ROGERS SILVERWARE I 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 you 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. \ou obtain a new subscriber for the Jewish Floridian and you get the unit free or pay only 99c, and a coupon which £ !" '& !"!" gj Jewish Floridian. Imagine 6 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 mv services in obtaining this subscription.) "I 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) Take Advantage of this Unusual Offer and Obtain Your Unit of Silverware



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I MHHi PAGE TWELVE THE JEWISH FLORLDIAN FRIDAY, MAR CH 4, 1938 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM A KELLNER. RabV. RABBIS RESIDENCE: 9 S. W. 1Jth Court; Phsne S-5' FITCH IS MAKING AN ACTIVE RACE SCHEDULE OF SER\ iCES Da • a. nv: allachi a: r ; Ma art v. 15 minutes after %  ml Sabta::: M Friday eve=:=g a: : -. ; Sa:urday aon b | %  1 %  .; Sat%  rtai aft in. FRlD*Y EVENING SERVICES • '' s;ea£ Oa R ch::; ZIONIST MEETING -' lewtah MUkkl .. %  -•-:"; .. : -r SycfOC*.*" : ;:; .'-maw* :t-. • -c :._r I i %  SPORT WORLD LADIES AUXILIARY A s?r^.; meeting will be held en T Muck I |M, Reports of the Purim Ba".: i r.d*red ar.d : e Rat%  %  ai a akai 7if great .r.ai wl d a Mat %  all around has ksspBf :a the thought that another enterprise of the La• a* vrczei *::h ; ." rtty res: i;v: tiw* wao helped cc fa i-i Nations: 5 -,:. :s owned ty F. Lehman a ne;i.r verMf :~n i.r :* racEs ie .'*:*• E ::i-scw::: t -•!. ed as •. lag A-The re : :. r ai Truman G Futch ha twentyfive years of practical ex;-, in the general practice of law. Ha? | .. c-oarts and the Federal V S Baarei d his c:s:r ,: :r. the Florida Legislature the : :-.r,i m idem of • 1?3J. In committee sored t-.e Education*'. Ai I ons legislative an th-ough the Senate to £ conclusion which gave the te state their par from t-.e state and rr.ade possible school terms and better pay :• teachers Futch is a true I nil of the state and has -actical experience :r : law and also the mak:he laws of this state to ably sea: on the Supreme 0 ; fllwiaa. He is a candidate :• Primaries : Supreme Ciurt in Group Tw,'.; J. %  Brail : by Bibby Lc I Marrir. Kar.:r;-w.:z Bob Olin has years bag which he won the C f= title and the : he ivy'-e'.g'-; chajnThar, k a modem pleasant way to get ralia/ I llMaartil, Gaa OB Stomach. Calda. I boa. "Iteming After" and Moeealer 1 Just drop on* or two ALKA-SELTZKB tablets fete a glass of water. Watch It bubble—listen to It Dec. Af soon at tablet Is dissolved, drink tha tang* %  nhrtfae, AlkaSeltzer Tablets! (Analgesic isaaaaaaej Ton will really enjoy tha tests more like water than like medicioa. ALKA-SELTZER, when dissolved in watar, tains an nlgir (Sodium Acctyl-SaUcylaU), rabevca pain, while ita alkaliring agenta help to raet everyday ailment* associated with hyperacidity* Your druggist baa ALKA-SELTZER. Oat or 60c package oo our "saUafaction-or-monayguarantea. liE WISE ALKALI ZL C:-: --tz ;Page F Je=tab i BU oee ca:."-.•-; National Leag has been BMch Ik* aportj ': lines tcese las: few we>ek> Ne^ I la keeping v.:l hH | %  way awi • ;:r_g a: -. *.->a wber. O?* Mancus^.' ws -• >. -. %  i-.e-i Al %  I U4 Of I OSH i; iy s ie'.: a boaioat 7*-*^ i i a gra le A n ; • r %  %  11 | | FROW THf NOTES;:K. A r ie Irr-^r S .'r : I .'e i.;ax: weberweagkt *rhc s ass en ran>=4er -te*ai troai W = cracked aaetber %  -i-: kwni'.es :r. r '. i: :> N*w V: .. C a=:es Ti*Orc. ctr dancingTonighr? &f # J Guard your Freshness with a Cigarette .that's always FRESH WHEX you're out for an evening of fun, don't take chances with Stalt cigarettes. Stick to fresh Double-Mellow Old Golds. Never dry. never soggy. Old Golds are your safeguard from "Cigarette Hang-Over". FRESHNESS is guaranteed to you in Old Golds by the special way they're packed. The EXTRA jacket of Cellophane double-seals the package; brings you FACTORY-FRESH Old Golds in any climate, anywhere. Be selective about your cigarettes. The makers of Double-Mellow Old Golds hare been making fine tobacco products since George Washington's day. You get Lorillard's tobacco skill, at its best, in Double-Mellow Old Golds. The choicest tobaccos; factory-jrtsb. 4 *o • tone*, i i nt s y a Toe. "*• as* Than, aicfec Gatesca Scai. Coat-oCoaa Tor finer FRESHER FUwcrt, „ Smck* VoubUAitXUw OtO GOUtf Jifl iu


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 4, 1938

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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wJewisti Floridian
GBga The Jewish HJmMity
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VOLUME II NUMBER 8.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938
PRICE FIVE CENTS
II. Z. A.
Impressive Initiation ceremonies
marked the formal induction of thti
Tampa Aleph Club No. 311 of the
A. Z. A. (Junior B'nai B'rlth' last
Thursday afternoon in the Y. M. H.
A. building at Tampa. Milton A.
Friedman prominent Miami attor-
ney and secretary of the Miami
B'nai B'rith who had been delegat-
ed by the National Advisory Coun-
cil of the A. Z. A. to represent the
Grand ('hapter conducted the sec.
ret ceremonies and delivered the
formal charge to the members and
officers of the new chapter. Oth-
ers who assisted were Mr. M. Fin-
kelsteln of the Y., Judge M. Henry
Cohen and Mr. Abe Silverman.
of the local advisory board. At
night a banquet was held in the
El Boulevard Cafe in celebration
of the gala event. Rabbi Adolph
Burger gave the invocation, Rabbi
David I. Zielonka gave the bene-
diction. The chief address of the
evening was delivered by Milton
A. Friedman and other addresses
were made by Judge M. Henry
Cohen of Tampa and Louis Morris
the Aleph Godol (president) of the
new chapter who presided. Danc-
ing and entertainment followed.
The chapter will hold services
every first Friday evening in the
month alternating between Con.
gation Rodef Sholom and Tem-
ple Schaarel Zedek. They will also
sponsor a choir under the direction
of Rabbi Burger.
BEACH CANTOR
TO BE HEARD
Plans for the second annual
concert featuring (Jantor Maurice
Mamches of Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion to be held at the Synagogue
on Sunday evening, March 27th are
now being completed and will be
annouced shortly.
Artists of note will appear at
the concert together with Cantor
Mamches.
LAZSLO SCHWARTZ
Hungarian Jewish violinist,
composer, author and caricatur-
ist, who is in Miami for a short
time to write several books, one
on the "Humor of the World."
IMPORTANT
MEETING TO
BE HELD
A very important meeting of the
local B'nai B'rlth Lodge will be
held at Beth David Talmud Torah
next Tuesday evening, March Gth
beginning at 8:15 p. m., when plans
for the District Convention at Or-
lando will be discussed. Leon Stol-
er, prominent Miami attorney will
address the meeting on "The Spirit
of Citizenship."
A complete and detailed report
of local anti-Semitic propaganda
and methods of combatting this
movement locally will be present,
ed and will be followed by discus-
sion from the floor.
All members are urged to attend
this meeting because of the im-
portant disclosures that will be
made of importance to them and
all of local Jewry.
JEWISH CONGRESS
NAILS PAPER'S LIE
BRITISH NAME
New York, (WNS)The Ameri-
can Jewish Congress branded as "a
complete fabrication from begin-
ning to end" a statement in Der
Angriff, organ of Nazi Propaganda
Minister Goebbels, that the Con-
gress is allegedly engaged in a sur-
vey of Jewish-owned enterprises
in the United States preliminary
to beginning a campaign for the
dismissal of all Aryans employed
by Jews. Spokesmen for the Con-
gress declared that it is "not con.
ducting a survey of Jewish firms
in the United States, and would
under no circumstances recom-
mend the discharge of non-Jewish
employees."
Berlin, (WNS)Der Angriff's al-
legation concerning the American
Jewish Congress appeared in an
article entitled "Jewish Arrogance
in the United States." In which
the paper's New York correspon-
dent asserted that although Jews
do not yet suffer any great social
ostracism, "a systematic attempt"
to segregate them may be consid-
ered. He also alleged that it Is
difficult to find a non-Jewish law-
yer, dentist or pharmacist In New
York. Chicago and St. Louis be-
cause the Jews have a stranglehold
on the professions in the big cities.
TROPICAL PARK
OPENS MONDAY
Beginning Monday Tropical Park
will begin its spring meeting which
will conclude the racing season
for Florida for the 1937-38 season.
The Fall seasan of this beauti-
ful Gables Racing Association plant
which i8 ranked as one of the fin.
est plants in the country made a
record in attendance and parl mu-
tuel play. In order to attract out-
standing thoroughbreds, purses
have been increased and every fa-
cility provided to bring the finest
of racing to this splendid estab-
lishment. Wm. Vincent Dwyer and
Frank D. Schuyler are in charge
of the plant and direct its activi-
ties.
London (WNS Palcor Agency)
The new British Commission that
will go to Palestine to consider
the technical implementation of the
report and recommendations of the
Royal Commission will be headed
by Sir John Woodhead and will in.
elude Sir Alison Russel and Alex-
ander Perctval Waterfield, it was
announced by Colonial Secretary
W. G. A. Ormsby-Gore. The ap-
pointment of a fourth member Is
still under consideration for the
post of Secretary to the commis-
sion. The commission will start
its work in England in the middle
of March and will leave for Pales-
tine a month later.
Identified with the Indian Civil
Service since 1904. including a
period as Magistrate and District
Judge in Bengal, Sir John Ackyrod
Woodhead has served as Finance
Member of the Government of Ben.
gal for the past five years. During
a brief period in 1934 he was act-
ing Governor of Bengal. His entire
career has been bound up with In-
dia in Judicial and administrative
capacities. At various periods he
was special Land Acquisition Col-
lector, Secretary to the Commerce
Department of the Government of
India and Chairman of the Calcutta
Improvement Trust. He is ."7 years
old.
Sir Alison Russel has occupied
a number of i mportant Judicial
posts in the Rrltish Empire, chief
among which was that of Attorney
General in Uganda and Chief Jus-
tice of Tanganyika. More recently
he was legal adviser to Malta. Af-
ter graduation from Cambridge and
practice at the bar in London. Sir
Alison was appointed Attorney
General for Uganda In 190G, stay,
ing at that post until 1912. For
two years of that period he served
as Acting Chief Secreary of Ugan-
da. He was then moved to Cyprus
as Attorney General for the period
between 1912 and 1924. After that
he went to Tanganyika Territory
as Chief Justice, retiring from ac-
tive service in 1929. He is G3 years
old. He received his title in IMS,
Contributor to numerous legal pub-
lications, Sir Alison does some
painting as a hobby. He is a fam-
ous cricket player, skater, yachts-
man and all-around sportsman,
having won medals and trophies in
each of these fields.
The third announced member of
the Commission. Alexander Perci-
val Waterfield, is now principal
Assistant Secretary in the Treas-
ury Department of the British Gov-
ernment. Born forty years ago. he
obtained a classical education at
Oxford. He began his career in
1911 by entering the Treasury De-
partment with which he ha8 stayed
ever since.
DANCE SUNDAY TO
ENTERTAIN MANY
What is expected to be one of
the outstanding events of the cur-
rent season is the ninth annual
purlm ball, dance and entertain- Following the appearance in Mi-
ment sponsored for the benefit of aml of representatives of the fam.
.u n .i u /-. .. 'ous Yeshiva Atzai Chaim and Trade
the Beth Jacob ('ongreg.it I on. Mi- .,.,. ,, a
1 School of Sighet, Roumania. and
ami Beach, this coming Sunday. ,ne approvai of tne worthiness of
T TO
TRADE SCHOOL
March Gth, beginning at 9:00 p. m.,
at the Floridian Hotel.
Prominent stars of stage, screen
and radio have promised to appear
and entertain the guests attend,
ing.
the institution by Miami Rabbis
plans for a campaign in the Greater
Miami area are being completed by
a committee of former Rouman-
ians. The campaign will begin
Dancing will be enjoyed until; with a gala concert featuring Can-
a hue hour. The proceeds raised tor juda Appel of Cleveland. Ohio.
by this annual event are used for
the work of the Talmud Torah of
the Congregation, which is housed
in the old Synagogue building re-
modeled into classrooms recently.
In charge of entertainment for
this event Is Sid White who will
act as master of ceremonies.
who will be heard in a program of
liturgical and folk music. He will
be assisted by several local artists
In vocal and instrumental numbers.
The Yeshiva Atzai Chaim and
Trade School is one of the oldest
institutions of learning in Rouman-
ia and within the past several
years has begon training its stu-
. dents in the art of producing hos.
B'NAI B'RITH AND iery. sweaters, etc.. and the man-
JEWISH CONGRESS --; -J piJ
AGREE ON WORK the Joint Distribution Committee
______ | which has approved the work of
Montreal. (WNS) The long this institution.
; standing dispute between the Can-; The public is asked to attend as
| adlan Jewish Congress and the only a nominal charge will be made
! B'nai B'rlth over which organi/.a. and a very excellent program pre-
tion should direct the work of com- (sented.
batting anti-Semitism in Canada,--------------------------------
was finally settled at a meeting of NAZI ACTIVITIES
representatives of both groups. An, ii/ DADDIrTi I'M
agreement was reached to conduct i AKfc J^KKULJ Il>
the anti-Defamation program in | INDIANA COUN 1 I
Canada under the name of a new j ---------
agency to be called the Joint Pub-1 Gary, Ind., (WNS)Nazi activl-
11c Relations Committee of the i ties In Lake County were outlawed
Canadian Jewish Congress and the \ until March 8th by Superior Court
B'nai B'rith. Both agencies are to j Judge Bertram C. Jenkins when he
have equal representation on the I issued a temporary injunction re-
committee which is to include 14
members. The agreement, which
is for two years, also provides that
funds for the anti-Defamation work
are to be raised in the name of the
Canadian Jewish Congress.
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.
Communal Worker
Dies Suddenly
Mrs. Pauline Turkel Scheinberg.
wife of Pincus Scheinberg, foun-
der of the Jewish Welfare Bureau,
died early Thursday morning fol-
lowing a long illness, at the Jack-
son Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Scheinberg wtio was forty-
one years old was a resident of
Miami for a long number of years,
and was one of the organizers of
the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau and active in the
work of the Miami section of the
National Council of Jewish Wo.-
men for many years. She had
been an active worker of Beth Da-
vid Sisterhood and had also aided
other Jewish organizations in this
area. She leaves surviving her a
daughter. Mirla mClaire, a son Hy-
man Joseph, her husband. Pincus.
a sister Bessie Turkel, and two
brothers. Sidney and Clarence
Turkel. Funeral services will be
conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro
of Beth David at 2:00 o'clock to-
day in the Beth David Talmud
Torah Hall. All friends are urged
to attend.
Offices of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau will be closed this after-
I Qoon in respect to her memory.
straining the German-American
Bund from soliciting members or
holding meetings in the county un-
til March 8th when he will hear
a motion to make the order perma.
nent. Tre order named Fritz Kuhi
national leader of the Rund. and
wilhelm Kunze, national organizer
as defendants.
JUDGE WM. LEWIS
Member of the World Zionist
Administrative Committee, of
the American Jewish Committee,
of the American Jewish Con-
gress, of the Joint Distribution
Committee and numerous other
organizations who is spending
several weeks In Miami.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAJi
FRIDAY, MARCH 4. 1938
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To Maet He-e
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the Drat time -- the r. ;::ry of
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;.v.::: ..; be held on Monday
March 14 1 i The en-
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_r.- P.abbis who will attend are:
Rabbi M Abstbaum. ?* P
-. Rabbi .\d'Pn Burger. Tam-
pa: Rabbi Carl N. Herman. Weal
Palm Beach: Rabbi Piser Jacobs.
St- Pi Rabbi Martin
enaar ; Rabbi I
Rabbi Jacob
H. Kaplan. Miami; Rabbi \braharr.
Rabbi A. 8
- na Beach: Rabbi
Man '.:=. Jackaom
Rabbi Mo- heloff. >[iami
Rabbi Max Shapiro. M
Rabbi Morrll A. Skop. Orlando:
Rabbi David L. Zielonka. Tampa:
. Colman A Swttaaa, M
Next week's issue of thll pa;er
irry a full ; roeram and defi-
d schedule of the convention.
wa-ji Gat-;- "S
Pays Tr :-te
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invit-
LEO ROBINSON
:!v Jacobs AUimc H tel hi honor
of Leo Robinson who had been
chosen the most raluable member
of the organiration for the past
year. E. Aibert Pallot. president
of the organization told of the pro-
gress of the organisation and in-
troduced William Shayne. president
of the Governor's Cl;:b of the or-
ganization.
Among those wi-.o spoke during
the evening were Judge Wm. M.
Lews of Philadelphia. Rabbi Louis
D. Gross of New York. Mrs Moses
P. Epstein, president of National
Hadassah. Walter Jacobs, a :
sented a beautiful sheepskin scroll
to Mr. Leo Robinson, the -
honor, and Rabbi I. H Lerinthal :
New York. Honorary .
I teal
to Larry Morrti
Dr. Morris Qoodman
bership cards brir.e eiven to all
life members. Following the pre-
sentat.on of the w i II Mr R
responded with an appeal fc -
certed work for the betterment of
the Y.. and
appreciation for the boaora confer.
red upon him. He urged his -
- to Join him in active work for
the organ:zation and said "the suc-
cess of the Y.. its becoming a very
rategral ; I I th< :
Hit itiOB of a home
for the Je .of the i
mur. II more than repay me
for what I h I to do for the
Y." Bnt<
r.g.

Young Judea to
Perform Services
'
Sola Poole Young Judea will I
charge of the late Pi
services at the Beth David | ncre-
gation on Friday. March 4 at IS
p. m. Those Who will p..
1 are Harold George Shapiro. )
dent; Jack L Mendell. vice.r
dent; Lois P.- -.-- secretary; Mar-
tin Dubler. Stanlty Linter. Dian*
p/.atman. Betty Kirshenbaum and
Adele Sootin. The sermon and the
benediction will be given by Harold
George Shapiro and he will speak
on "The Future of Zionism" and
= ;t.--s '-:~ u;=ital
- of Mr. and
returned,
Hospital .
n for ap-
td is now convalescing.

Cm It I a-e Enterta red
Brani. ML
-e entertained on
r.g by the fa
; r. r:.-.n* Polgar. who
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telepathy,
. nd hypnosis. Dr.
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feats
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Soe-os Vaeatlon He-e
, ; V : '.^r.d. N. J who is IJM
the winter ::eenth
' .-.mi Beach, had a private
-g of her paintings '.js; Mon-
day evening. February S8th.

Visits in Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lubin. of
Yonkers. N. Y. ere visiting their
son and daughter.ir.-law. Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Lubin of tbil city. They
will remain here for a month after
which they :il return to their
home.
<
Sisterhood to Hold
' Board Meeting
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold an executive board meeting
londay afternoon. March at
p. m at Kaplan H->11 with
Jacob H. Kaplan, presiding
neai session will besin
p m. and Mrs. Morris
Plant, chairman of the nominating
. Aill pres4 th< nomi-
I (late of new officers for the
following term. A social tour
and program will be presented af-
ter the business meeting.

Convalesces at Home
Mr. I. Roth, prominent communal
worker and member of the board
of direct of the Beth Jacob Con-
gregation, is convalescing at home
after recovering from a serious ill-
ness.

Benefit Dance to be Given
The Junior Division of the Y. M.
H. A" *"'" sPn80r a dance Sueday
ling, March 6. at 8:30, it was
announced by Miss Ethel Pont,
dance chairman. Music will bp
furnished by Sherwood Laviae ami
his orchestra and admission cuarg.
ed will be 35c stag and 49c drag.
Everyone Is urged to attend as the
proceeds of the dance will be do-
nated to the building fund at the
Y. M. H. A-
a
Amity Club to Hold
Moonlight Sail
The Amity Club of Greatec (Mia-
mi will hald a 'Moonlight Sail- on
Saturday evening. March 1!. on
the Boat Biscayne beginning at 8
o'clock. In charge of arrsn.
ments is Sidney Rosen who is as-
sisted by Sam Greenstein. presi.
dent of the organization. M I
and refreshments will be provided
and admission charged will be '
per person. Everyone is cordially
invited to attend as a pleasant eve-
ning is promised.

To Leave Miami
Mrs. Saul Steinlauf and daagc-
ttr, Dorothy, of New York, winter
guests at Hotel Simonex In Miami
Beach, will leave soon for their
home. Mrs. Helen SchwarU, a
guest of Mrs. Steinlauf. will re-
main here for some time.

Viaita Here
Miss Ruth Whittenberg. of Ntw
ork. is a guest at the home of Mi.-s
Rose Rubin and her father, she
will remain here for a short time.
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un ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN
Representative
WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. M. SCHREBNICK
RcpraacnAaUva
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FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938.
VOLUME n.NUMBER 8.
GETTING TOGETHER
and happy life to these loyal Ben
Blithe.
Ill
Reservations will soon be taken
for that grand trek to Orlando
when the District Grand Lodge
will hold its ConventionJudge
Hy Roth of Orlando. B. J. Cohen,
president of the Orlando Lodge and
the rest of the "gang" promise a
royal time for all.
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President EIry stone promises
startling revelations at our next
meetingwe won't tell though we
knowso If YOU want to know get
to the meeting early.
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Sad news for the barristers
we've been told there's an amend-
ment to the by.laws being prepar-
ed to put all of them on a strict
dietonly one point of order .two
amendments, one point of informa-
tion and one motion to lay on the
table will be permitted to any one
member at any one meetingwe
would not be surprised that the
constitutional question of "cruel
and inhuman punishment" might be
raised. However, we look forward
to a royal exposition of parliamen-
tary principles.
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Just a serious note: Men Le Vine
who thinks MEMBERS, morning
OrUumi
TloisA,
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
One would think that in these trying days when the mettle
of the Jewish people has been tested as never before, that those
interested in the welfare of their people would forget their own no011 and nisht should be given
likes and dislikes and once and for all get together so that the Ithat 8U',Dort whllh ls vlla,1y
best interests Of all would be served necessary if B'nai B'rith is to con-
ot-41. j _. .1 tlnue to be a worth-while factor in
With undoubtedly only the finest motives imbuing them,
several of those in the front ranks of the professional and mer-
cantile life of this City, gathered together a large assemblage
of their fellow Jews ostensibly for one particular pur-
pose and then and there attempted to take advantage of a pe-
culiarly local situation that had arisen to gather funds for a
very worthy cause. It was but natural that those who had
worked untiringly for years, without ado and fanfare, for the
Jewish causes and for the direct advancement of the Jewish
people in every field one could think of, should rise when ef-
this areadues must be paid NOW
new members should be proposed
NOWHow about it, NOW?
SOCIETI
ANNUAL JUNIOR SPRING
DANCE SUNDAY
Eye Sigh there
ole chappies, a
ee bit of spring
is in the air ami
dems the times
when a young mans
fancy turns to the
annual Junior Y.
M. H. A. Spring Frolic and Dance
which will be held this Sunday.
March 6th at the "Y" clubrooms.
Miss Ethel Pont and her commit-
tee, Sidney Rosen, Aaron Pincus
and Gerald Elkin are getting the
"Y" loisgepitzzed) if you will be
so kindly. Admission Is ''> stag
or 49c drag. Sherwood I-aVino
and his musicians will play for the
| dancing and entertainment.
Y
DOUBLE MOZEL TOV
Frank Rose, former vicepresi-
dent of the Y. M. H. A., and one
' of the most diligent workers in its
fold became the proud daddy of a
7-pound baby girl born at the Vic-
toria Hospital. Mother, baby and
[ father by the way all doing fine.
[ Judith Sue Sose is the tot's name,
1 and she lias made Harry Rose a
grand-daddy for the first time (but
not the last we hope.)
Y
Ditto on the Mozel Tot to Hy
Cohen and wife, the former Doris
Serlin. who are mighty proud of
and dinner, Chester Alexander, al-
ways ready and willing and able
to help the "Y," presented one of
his many shows of entertainment
to the enjoyment of all wbo at-
tended.
Sammy Fain, writer of popular
song hits, and Carl Gardner also
participated in the merry.making,
which concluded a most pleasant
evening.
Y
"Y" WINS THRILLER 30 TO 29
Phil Weintraub came through
with a field goal and free throw
in the final seconds of their cage
game with the McNally team to
beat them out In their first of a
three game series for the Miami
Keach cage championship. Box
score follows:
Y M. H. A................... ::o
Player................ fg ft. tot
Berni Frank ........ 4
Phil Weintraub ..... 1
Milt Weintraub ..... 1
Sol Berlin .......... 2
Dave Lackawitz ..... 2
Ed Stein ............ 0
Levinson........... 0
McNally's ...... ............ 29
Player ................ f g ft. tot
Kasselman .......... 1 2 4
Fox ................. () 0 0
Ross ................ 0
Hy Sacks............ 1
Orlin .............. 2
1
3
2
0
2
2
0
4
0
2
9
5
4
4
6
2
0
4
2
State Examinations are Held
The State Welfare Board held
, Its merit system examination Sat-
forts of local Jewry was scoffed at and belittled. Perhaps there : urday morning at the Central
)was no intention to hurt or decry the work Of the local B'nai school. According to Mrs. Bernard lne|,. new daughter who weighed
B'rith, who undoubtedly has done more to wipe out prejudice.! Simon, chairman of the Merit Sys. pound8 and 2 ounces on the date
discrimination and intolerance than any local organization and,em Committee, people applied ot her arrival.
t. .. .. to take 'he examination of visitor. | H.m-m-m( a couple of pi-ospect-
all of the national organizations put together, even though no or (hese M were decIared eligible Y. w A. ,liemers. maybe?
credit was sought, publicity asked, and notoriety avoided. J by the State Merit System Com-; y
yet, had proper inquiry been made, the meeting Would have mittee. Four applied to take the j Leo Robinson's face turned red
been peaceable and worth while..... I supervisors examination, and one a8 Ida May dedicated that popular
! was declared eligible. IS persons <,,, njt "You're a Sweetheart,"
There is no Sense in crying over spilt milk. ... yet there reported Saturday morning to take to hjnl at tne banquet held in his
is and becomes ever increasing the need for a united front of the visitors examination, and one; honol. Sunday by the Governors
Miami Jewry_____if we are to combat racial prejudice, ignor- ",Prted to take the ,,nlt sllpervi8' ] Club of the Y. M. H. A. Most ev-
... ___ ,.. ,.. __:_ ors- eryone of prominence in this area
ant bigotry, intolerance and untrue charges, then there remains a attended to honor Leo for his
but one thing to do. ... if We desire. ... if we want.....New Chairman is Named grand work. Among the guest
to effectively combat the common enemies.....and that is to Following the resignation of Is- speaker8 were Judge Lewis of
"GET TOGETHER" to unite ourselves. ... let our beliefs in'aac Levin as chairman of the Stu-1 Philadelphia. Rabbi Israel Herbert
one organization's splendid work not blind us to the equally *ff S'SSSSH T^S
effective accomplishments of other organizations. ... let there of other communal worti Dr. s.
once and for all be harmony. ... let us sink and destroy for-. Charle8 Werblow was named to
ever our personal differences and UNITED work for the com- succeed him. Mr. Levin remains a
mon cause. member of ,h,e ">"
Let's GET TOGETHER.
B'NAI B'RITH
Regular Meeting is Held
Mrs. Harry Rnrnhard,
peace
Leventhal of Brooklyn. Mrs. MoeOS
Epstein, president of Hadassah, of
New York and Dr. Ixniis Gross of
Brooklyn and Nick Kenny, enter-
tainer. Recipients of honorary
life memberships were Al Rosen-
feld and Hyman Apte.
Following the speech making
next Tuesday's meeting-now that chairman, gave a report on "The
Jack Dempsey and Gene Tunney Cause and Cure of War" which
have sponsored "spirits" we won-! convention she recentlj attended
der what "spirits" Stoler is going
to laud. .
BRIEFS
In Washington, at the monthly
trading gigantic crowds to Flagler
and with Rip-A-Rarin, the sensa.
tlonal greyhound owned by Fred
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A fine Ben Brith. upright, up-
standing, sympathetic and lovable
was removed from us and came to
all as a shock when Brother Mar-
tin Raff passed on to the Great Re-
Certainly B'nai B'rith does not, yond. Our sympathy goes out to
nor has it ever attempted to be
everything in the life of the Jew-
yet one cannot understand he pro-
fessions of some "I don't belong to
his bereaved family.
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And now Doc Werblow will pre.
B'nai B'rith" and in another breath' scribe for the ailing studes at the
"we ought to get together to defend of M. What a tribute he will
Jewish rights." These statements receive once he can weld frats and
non-frats together with other frats.
Rather a difficult case, Doc, but
one we hope that will respond to
treatment. Good luck.
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Congratulations to Rudy Adler
on his fifty-fifth birthday and Na-
z z z | than Adelman on his fiftieth birth-
Leon Stoler is to tell us all about day, both last week. Sincere
"The Spirit of Citizenship" at wishes of all Ben Briths for a long
are so contradictory as to make
it nearly laughable if it were not
tragic. Defense of Jewish rights
as citizens has been. Is, and will
continue to be synonymous with
B'nai B'rith and all It stands for.
meeting of the Miami Section of Whitehead going into the event to
the National Council of Jewish Wo. night against Jolly Farmer. Andrew-
men last Wednesday afternoon at Meadows, Admire. Resound. Bes-
the Alamac Hotel. TheCouncil sie's Lad, Another Kick and Royl
gave five hundred dollars to assist Dancer over the 5-16 mile course
the German Jewish Children's Aid the fans should see a thrilling race,
for the support of a child for one The fourth round will find but
year, one hundred dollars to the 15 dogs left In the competition
Jewish Welfare Bureau for Pass- when it ends Saturday night and
over baskets and twenty-five dol- these sixteen will be cut to eight
Score at half: McNallys 19Y. 12.
Y
Next Tuesday, March 8, the "Y"
and McNally's will play off the
second game of this series at Flam-
ingo Park starting at 8:00 p. m. If
victorious in this battle the "Y"
will be awarded a most beautiful
trophy emblematic of the Miami
Beach championship. Let the Y.
W. JJ. A. suspend their regular
Tuesday meeting and all youse
guys and gals come to this game
In full regalia and cheer for your
heroes Admission one thin or fat
dime.
Y
Abie Berkowitz, another member
of the "Y" basketball team and
vice-president of Junior Division is
recuperating nicely from an appen-
dix operation over at the Victoria
Hospital.
Y
The Amity Club recently organ-
ized with Samuel Greenstein as its
president will sponsor a moonlight
boat ride party on the boat BIs-
cayne Saturday, March 12th, leav-
ing at S:30 p. m. Tickets are now
on sale.
Y
Mill Friedman, our V. P.. just re-
turned from Tampa where he ln-
! stalled the A. Z. A. chapter of that
city and also done some initiating
on his own account, righto Milt.
Y
Thaks to Al Rosenfeld. Aaron
Pincus. Sidney Rosen, Ray Shochet
and Mae Kaplan for their Info in
helping me get these columns to-
gether. Are there any others?
Send them in folks.
Adious until next week.
lars to Dr. Stephen Wise's Birth-
day fund. A musical program fol-
lowed the business meeting.
NURSERY STAKES
RACES RESUMED
in the semi.finals.
With the closing of two other
tracks on March 15, the crowds at
West Flagler should be of gigantic
proportions. Special races are be-
ing planned along with the famous
West Flagler Futurity which car-
ries a purse of $1,000.
West Flagler, located at 37th
With the third round of the Avenue and West Flagler Street
West Flagler Kennel Club Nursery | can be reached within ten minutes
Stakes under, way tonight, a tre-1 from any part of Miami. The im-
mendous crowd is expected at the; provements made at the track this
downtown oval.
The two year olds have been at-
year placed it at the top of all
greyhound racks In the country.
SCHENCK HEADS PRODUCERS
The Association of Motion Pic-
ture Producers, the organization
which governs conduct and general
policies of the studios in Holly-
wood, elected Joseph M. Schenck,
chairman of the board of the 20th
Century-Fox Studious, as president
to succeed Louis B. Mayer. Mayer
was president for seven years and
now becomes vice-president. He
is vice-president in charge of pro-
duction at MGM. Jack L. Warner,
vice-president In charge of produc-
tions at Warner Bros. Studios, con-
tinues as vice-president, and Fred
W. Beetson was selected executive
vice-president. The association also
elected Harry Cohn. R. J. Obringer.
Harry Herzbrun, Pandro S. Ber-
man, cflbrles R. Rogers and Hal B.
Roach as directors.



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THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAj^
FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1338
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CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
135 N. W. 3rd Avenue
(MIAMIS PIONEER
CONGREGATION)
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
1029 N. W. 1st Street
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-217*
SOCIETY

Prominent Realtor Diet Here
Martin Raff, prominent realtor
of this area died suddenly last
Attorney to Review RooK. .Saturday afternoon -J*^
Utdor Zukernlck. prominent Coral Gables. Mr. Raff Who was
'worker and attorney of this area a na(ive of Roumania. tame to Mi-
rill address the Miami Section of ^ about tweive years age and
the National Council of Jewish
! Women Tuesday evening. March t,
active In local realty
LOU'S HAYMAN. Exec. See.
149 N. W. 5th Street
Phone 2-5574
Women Tuesday evening ber ,,
| at the Alamac Hotel beginning at circles. He nab
j 8:00 0'** when he wl" spe3k lem LodBe f
i on "Jews in Current Fiction" and ag other r.umerous civic and
review 'The Old Bunch" by Meyer ^^ organizations. He was hon.
Levin. "I can get it for you whole o{ -^ nf Miaml.
?-
sale" by Jerome Weidman and
I The Education of Hyman Kap
fort you to know that your sacred l" by Leonyd^Rosten.
accomplishment will forever re-
main a source of blissful inspira-
tion to us. May you have the
strength and courage to continue
this holy task for amny years to
come
JEWISH RADIO HOUR
Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct
the Jewish radio hour over WIOD
this Sand** from 3.ZQ to 4:00 p.
m. Cantor Louis Hayman, with!
the Beth David choir will be heard Announces Birth of Daughter
in the rendition of several appro-
priate numbers. Rabbi Shapiro
will continue his series of lectures
on the subject "Ethics as the Basis
for Jewish Life."
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
Late Friday evening services
will be held at Beth David Syr.a-
gogue at via. This coming Sab-
bath has been designated as
"Young Judea Sabbath" Tre Young
Judea (or the Junior Zionist Group'
of Greater Miami under the able
direction of Miss Adele Segall and
Sidney Segall is growing constant,
ly. Th emembers participating in
the services are Diana Blatman.
Martin Dubler. Betty Kirshenbaum
Jack Mendell. Lois Riesner. Harold
Shapiro, Adele Sootln and Stanley
Minter. Harold Shapiro and Jack
Mendell will speak briefly on the
"Aim and Aspirations of Young
Judea." Cantor Louis Hayman
I by the Beth David choir
tnt the liturgic melodies
Rabbi Max Shapiro will discuss the
lect, "Jewish Palestine and
Jewry."
SABRATH SERVICES
tely after the adult ser-
- Saturday morning at '.
the Junior Congregation will hold dangers of such a movement Rabbi
Its lerri -. Howard Schwartt. Shapiro has accepted the inrltaV
Hi U Shapiro. Jack Mendell and tion todiscuss the reeds, desires
Stanlej H ymao will conduct the 'nd Problems of such an undertak.'
ice. Parents are urged to ia&-
tome with their children. A" Kid- GENERAL NEWS
dush" is given by t.-.e Sisterhood __
tn. m.. viij .,. iv___,.__,, The Zionist District of Greater
for the children after the prayers. ... ......
Miami will hold its monthly cul-
THE BETJJ DAVID PURIM BALL tural meeting for March at the Mi-
We express our gratitude to the ami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue.
many members and friends who 1*45 S W. Third Street, this corn-
Cultural Program to be
Given
The Miami Section of the Nation,
al Council of Jewish Women will
hold a cultural evening on Tues-, Feibelm.n durmg the service.
orary chief of police
Funeral services were held at
Temple' Israel with Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan and Rabbi Colman Zwit-
man i -. The organ was
played by Mrs. Asher and several
psalms were intoned by Mrs. H. U.
...for it has no
moving parts in its
freezing system
day evening March 8. at S:15 at
the Alamac Hotel with Mrs. Mil-
ton Travers. cultural chairman in
charge. The public is cordially in-
vited to attend.
Both Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi
Zwltman delivered impressive eulo-
ales and the 'Kol Molay Rachmim'
waa chanted by Rabbi Zwltman.
Active pMlbearers were I. Levin, j
Nathan Jonas, Larry Fay, Ed-
mund Friedman. Adolph Werthei-
an. mer. Leo Ackerman and J.Gerald
nounce the birth of a baby daugh- Lewis. Honorary pallbearers were
ter. Judith Sue. at the Victoria! J*ge Worth Trammel!
Hospital.
RABBI TO ADDRESS ST.
PETERSBURG ASSEMBLY
munlty has extended an invitation
Rabbi Shapiro to officially open
mi aign for a new religious
and social center at a banquet next
Wednesday. March 9th at 7.30 p.
m. Realizing the importance and
Wm. McCarthy, Police Chief Sox
of Coral Gables. Police Chief Yo-
com of Miami Beach. Hayes Wood.
Visitors Arrive Here. Stanley C. Myers. John DuBose.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sakols. of an(j Justice 0. B. Button. Final
Baltimore. Md.. are spending *? I serVices and interment were at
h com- eral weeks in Miami for a brief' ,he Woodlawn Cemetery. Survlv.
vacation. Mr. Sakols is active In jn? >ir. Raff are his widow, Rose.
the communat life of Baltimore an(j two sons. Bertram and Doug-
and served several terms as pres- ias '{ftft'tl
ident of the Eden Street Synago-,__________________________'
gue there He is a prominent
realtor.
Convalesces at Home
Mr. Max Kupperstein
returned
to his home from the Victoria Hos-
pital where he underwent an op-
eration and is now convalescing
at his home.

Brit it Held
Rev. B. D. Mindel officiated at
helped make our affair a huge sue- ing Monday evening at 8:15. Rabbi 'he circumcision of the Infant son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schwartz of
this city at the Jackson Memorial
Hospital lt Wednesday. Mother
and baby are doing nicely.
ceai Particularly to the Purim Abraham A. Kellner will be the
Ball Committee, we express the chairman. The highlights of the
sentiment that your work was' evening's prograrr. will be an ad-
highly appreciated by thosewho dress by Rabbi Yehuda Lazaroff.
'. earnest. Patience, known Yiddish orator and maggid.
kindness and forbearance domlnat- author and compiler who is in Mi-
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me the cherished pat- New Problems in Zionism \ -.
- >; the Jewish people in itine Cantor from Cleveland. Ohio
ever ready to intercede on Cantor Judah Appel will be heard
: on the spiritu;'. welfare of -Ties of liturgic melodi
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FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
FEATURETTES
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
-By LUDWIO LEWISOHN
The views expressed by Lud-
wig Lewlsohn In hie column ai*.
hie own and do not necessarily
reflect the policies or attitude of
our publication. Reproduction In
whole or In part strictly for-
bidden.
One begins to envy the youngest
people. They do not know. They
have not seen. And so they do not
mourn. For It is one thing to have
been told or to have read of Vienna.
It la another thing to have seen,
to have felt, still to have been a
part of what was once beauty,
glory, genius, charm, even in the
highest sense freedom, and to see
all that not even levelled with the
earth by war, by catastrophe, noble
In its very ruin, but drowned in
oceans of ordure and given over to
the filth of neurotic savagery.
How well it is that Schnltzler at-
tained no great age, that Hugo von
Hofmannsthal died in his middle
years of grief over his children,
that Jacob Wasserman, as he told
his friend Thomas Mann, was too
weary to go on living in 1933. Who
remains today in Vienna? Slgmund
Freud, still erect in his extreme old
age. from out of that tragic aura
of bis. Richard Beer-Hoffman, ex-
ample above all others of the Jew-
ish aristocrat' of Vienna. Who
-else? Not many. Luckily not many.
Perhaps they foreknew and were
felices opportuniate mortis, happy
in the timelines of their passing.
Others are scatteredbut those
others, Schonberg, Reinhardt, are
not the purest nor the most authen.
tic representatives of what was
once Vienna and is now forever-
more no more.
People from America and West-
ern Europe who go on tours and
have anything good to say of Nat-
ional Socialism are, above aU, ig-
norant people, people who did not
know what existed in those coun.
tries before the madness and the
pestilence came. Let us take a few
examplessymbolical ones: When
Thomas Mann's Magic Mountain
came out in an inexpensive edition
it sold considerably over one mil-
lion copies. The Magic Mountain
and neither Gone With the Wind
nor How to Make Friends and In-
fluence People. The volumes of the
Poetry of Rainer Maria Rllke real-
ly sold in edition after edition.
They listened to Bach in Vienna.
They listened to Bach not snob-
bishly nor learnedly but naturally,
as a part of the nourishment of the
soul. All through these latter years
people were poor in Vienna. But
they were still in that city of Schu.
bert and Beethoven, of Hebbel and
Grillparzer, of Herzl and Freud, of
Schnltzler and Hofmannsthal, rich
beyond the dwellers in other cities.
Once In the eighteenth century
the then small Jewish community
was then expelled from Vienna.
But it withdrew not farther than
Eisenstadt, built itself a group of
houses there which still can be
seen and soon returned. Since then
the Jews have been Immensely at
home and immensely productive
In Vienna. For the city was not
like Berlin, an Icily homogeneous
city In which the Jews, however
they sought to conform, were still
conspicuous. The capital of the old
Austria was the natural magnet of
the intellectuals of the provinces of
the empire. South Germanic in
groundwork, its cultural atmos-
phere was always a blend. Every
-other Viennese was a Czech.
OUR SPORT
WORLD
Hungarian, a Pole, a Jew. At best
and there were at least best de-
cadesthese elements supplement-
ed and complemented each other
and in that not unhappy situation
the Jewish genius unfolded and
glowed both from a Austrian and
a Jewish point of view and Vienna
will be a memorial city in Jewish
history in the centuries to come
and Jews everywhere and at least
in Eretz Ylsrael will remember
and celebrate not only the chief,
great characteristic names of
IJerzl and Freud, but Hemrlch
Landesmann and Karl Emil Fran-
zos and Jacob Julius, David and
Felix Braun and Hugo Salus, and
the incomparable Alfred Polgar
and Peter Altenberg and the great
Arthur Schnltzler and that divine
poel Hugo von Hofmannsthal and
even Stefan Zweig and assuredly
the young Franz Werfel, the mar-
velous lyrist, and Gustav Mahler
and Arnold Schonberg and Egon
Welles* and a hostbut literally
a host of lesser but still authentic
talents in literature, in music, in
painting, in science and scholar-
ship.
And what has it availed? What has
it availed the world or us It was
(Continued on Page Eight)
TENNIS ON THE TABLE
New OrleansFrom this gay old
town your correspondent is starting
out on his annual tour of the big
league baseball training camps to
get the first hand dope on who's
who and what's what for the 1938
season, gut while I'm accumulat-
ing the dope and incidentally sun-
ning myself, I might as well clear
up my notebook of a swarm of stuff
that's been gathering there for a
couple of weeks.' First you ought
to be told that the Jewish ping pong |
erg are still tops. A.t the world
table tennis championship tourna-
ment in London the Hungarian
team which won the Swaythllng
Cup included three landsmen, G. V.
Barna, L. Bellak and T. Hazl. Sol
Schlff, the American singles title
holder, teamed up with Jimmy Mc.
Clure of the United States, to cop
the World's doubles. Bellak of
Hungary paired with Mlss Wood-
head of England to win the world's
mixed doubles and then made a
clean sweep by sharing with Miss
Osborne of England in the mixed
doubles.
JOHN McGRAW'S DREAM
Too bad that John J. McGraw
didn't live to see the realization
of one of his fondest dreams, a
(Continued on Page Twelve)
Some of the executives of the
Conde Nast publications may get
fired if an investigation shows that
they were privy to the publication
of those anti.Jewi8h illustrations
which cost Cecil Beaton bia J-
New York's new telephone direc-
ory has been purged of Hitlers and
Hittlers, but there are still 12
Stretchers, four Goerlngs and three
Goebbels. Lend an ear to the new
program called "Talent in Exile,"
which is to be sponsored by the
Hollywood Anti-Nazi League over
KFWB on Thursday nights at 9:00
p. m.. Pacific time. When Holly-
wood gets through with its film
version of the "Arabian Nights" It
will have more than a slight anti.
Fascist tinge.
WHO'S WHO
The best tip-off on how good the
the new Who's Who in American
Jewry is not is to be found in the
fact that lots of English-Jewish
weeklies have had to carry an-
nouncements disclaiming responsi.
YOU SHOULD KNOW
The Ameican Legion's militancy
against Nazism in this country is
getting under the skin of the Naz-
is. Enraged by the opposition
they have met from the Legion in
organizing new Bund units, espec-
ially In up.State New York, the cur
rent Issue of the Nazi weekly,
Deutscher Weckruf und Beobach-
ter, carries a front-page story, in
English and German, proclaiming
"American Democracy Menaced by
the American Legion". Incidental-
ly, the response to the Nazi organ-
izing campaign has been very, very
weak. The offices of the American
Jewish Committee were burglariz-
ed last week. The AJC dosen't
know whether the marauders were
looking for something besides cash
and stamps, but only that was tak-
en. How come the city fathers of
New Castle. Pa., let the city hall
be used for a meeting of the Silver
Shirts? Those In the know claim
that one of the reasons why Fritz
Kuhn, Bund leader, sneaked off to|bility for the selection of names-
Germany so suddenly is that he' from their city appearing in the
gets plenty of mention in the diary book. The publishers broke down
of a much-married lady who Is of-
fering the record for publication.
JEWISH YOUTH IN GERMANY SEEK
TRAINING AS FARMERS AND DAIRYMEN
Potential Emigrants
Attend 35 Jewish
Farm Centers
DUE to the economic decrees of
the present German govern-
ment a tremendous task of chang-
ing their entire vocational struc-
ture has been Imposed upon the
Jews of that country.
No longer can Jewish youth ex-
pect to earn their livelihoods in
the mercantile and professional
fields as these are now nearly
completely "aryanlxed." Even the
few vocations still open to Jews
depend upon their being able to
find employment with a Jewish
concern.
Hence the majority of Jewish
youths and adults In Germany are
training and retraining themselves
for occupations that will enable
them to earn their livelihood
wherever they may emigrate. As
the majority of the overseas coun-
tries offering the greatest emigra-
tion possibilities are largely agri-
cultural, potential German-Jewish
emigrants are increasingly seek-
ing training as farmers and dairy-
men.
In 35 of the 46 vocational train-
ing and retraining centers within
Germany established by the Zen-
tral Ausschues fuer Hilfe und
Aufbau, the operating agency of
the Reichvertretung der Juden
In Deutscbland, the central organi-
zation of Jewish social and wel-
fare activities, agriculture is the
principal course of Instruction. The
rest are devoted to instruction in
artisanshlp and trade training. In
9 countries outside of Germany
Belgium. Czecho-Slovakia, Den-
mark, France, Holland. Italy.
Luxembourg. Sweden and Yugo-
slaviawhere emigration training
centers have been established by
the Reichvertretung. agricultural
training, for the same reason. Is
the most popular course of In-
struction.
For the year 1938 the American
Jewish Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, as the principal American
agency aiding Jews in Germairy,
as well as in Poland, Roumania,
and other European countries,
has proposed to allot $1,150,000 to
continue this reconstruction work
in behalf of Jews in Germany. This
allotment, of course, Is contingent
upon It raising the full national
quota of $5,100,000.
The above scenes, taken In
the various agricultural training
centers which depend for support
i-non the generosity of American
Jews contributing to the Joint
Distribution Committee show:
(1) German Jewish agricultural
students storing their hay harvest
at the training farm at Bomsdorf,
Germany, (z) Young dairy farm-
rs at work In the Wieringen farm
colony, Holland. (3) Domestic
science students at work in the
la:indry of the Neuendorf training
center, outside of Berlin. (4) Even
bee culture has not been over-
looked; these young German Jews
nre shown receiving a practical
lesson as apiarists.
the names in the book and sent out
stories to all the Jewish papers in
the various cities, and the papers
printed them. Then the fun began,
with lots of prominent Jews find-
ing themselves omitted and taking
it outunjustlyon the papers.
Finest piece of good-willing we've
seen in many a day is being dotr>
in "Father Malachy's Miracle," in
which that veteran trouper Al
Shean is packing them in with his
portrayal of a Benedictine monk.
Invitations issued by Mrs. Herbert
H. Lehman, wife of the Governor,
to wives of the Albany legislature
correspondents for their annual
party carry instructions directing
guests to dress for the big apple
dance. March 17th is a big year
this year. It's Purim, St. Patrick's
Day and Stephen S. Wise's birth,
day. Incidentally, SSW is an hon.
orary member of several Irish or-
ganizations. Max Reinhardt, who
really made the Salzburg music
festival what It is, won't go there
any more, because of Nazism. The
Nazi coup in Austria makes it a
good bet that plans for an Ameri-
can Salzburg will soon be realized.
Harry Hershfield has gotten the
job of writing the script for a mov-
ie for George Gershwin's life.
FOREIGN FLASHES
Sounds unbelievable, but the
Yiddish press in Warsaw vouches
for the story that Vladmir Jabotin-
sky, Revisionist chieftain, confer-
red with ex-Premier Octavian Goga
of Roumania about taking thous-
ands of Jews out of Roumania in
line with Goga's plan to "deport
aliens" and Jabotlnsky's scheme
for settling 1,500,000 Jews in Pal-
estine. Diplomats who wondered
why King Carol selected the head
of the Orthodox Church *s Goga's
successor have learned that Pat-
riarch Miron Christea accepted the
premiership only after Carol swore
that he would definitely get rid of
Madame Lupescu for good. Count
Timofiej Muratow, who was some-
thing of a Stretcher In the Russia,
of the Czars, was recently found!
dead on the steps of a Warsaw syn-
agogue. For years he begged for
alms near the synagogue, and was
even known to have attended the
services, garbed in a chasaidic
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PAGE FOUR
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
of MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31st St.2-9548
MIAMI
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D.
6996 Albacor- Drive6-1265
MIAMI BEACH
Either or both of the Rabbla "ill he In the Temple every morning.
v. may consult with them on matters concerning the Jawlah commu-
nity, or your peraonal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held In
strut confidence.
FRIDAY NIGHT MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS PAY NO VISITS-
GIVE NO PARTIES GO TO TEMPLE
Do not withdraw thyself from for her contribution in honor of her
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
326 Jetterson Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE O. MAMCHE3, Cantor
726 Meridian Avenue
'Phone 5-2013
the Congregation."
At the regular cervices of the
Temple this Friday evening. March
4th. 1938, at BUS p. Rabbi Col-
nan A. Zwitman will deliver
message on the present status and
need for the intensification of Re-
ligion, as an active power in our
lives. The sermon will be entitled
Religion, a Tabernacle in a Popu-
lated Wilderness." Th-e services
will be conducted by Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan.
A reception for the worshippers
and the guests of the congregation
will be held after the services.
husband's recovery.
To Mr. Nathan S. Jonas for his
contributions to the Flower Fund,
in memory of Martin Raff.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Who installed Tampa A. Z. A.
Chapter last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hen M. Golden
v, tha Friday svenlng service by local Rabbis and other promt.
hiM (| g.30 ,, ,.. Rabbi nent guests, as well m a delightful
Meschelofl will speak on the sub- musical program are being arrang-
;,.,.,- Numbers.- Cantor Mam-ed. Keep the date open.
I,,,.,' will assist in tlw sen lee. The SISTERHOOD MEETING
,,,,,. welcome. During, the The monthly meeting of our
Saturday morning service Rabbi Sisterhood will be held next Mon-
Mescheloff will speak on "Heart day evening at 8:00 o'clock at the
before Hand." new Synagogue.
After a short but important bus-
YOUNG MEN'S GROUP |negg lllPeting. the Sisterhood will
Hostess last week alter the pregent A Talking Slide-Film"
service held by our young nun of ,.,,,1,1,.,! "Through Europe with J
18 to 18 every Sunday morning at
9:00 a. n... was Mrs. Joseph Arkin.
1). C' It is a dramatized story of
life in Eastern and Central Eu.
We welcome all boys of age to ^^ Qf ^ s,8terh
this voting men's minyan. BreaK-
tast Is served the Young Men's
were guests Of Mr. Golden's aunt, j ^ tnfl B|8tern00j 0f which
The birthdays of Irma Bernstein ,, uncle. Mr. and Mrs. I. K. hub-; M|s ^ Ik.sven,,.k is chairman.
etsky. Mrs. (.olden was Miss Rutli
IN MEMORIAM
"Chaval el deovdin velo mish-
takin.'' "Woe unto us when the
great and noble pass out of this
life, it will be difficult to replace
them."
The members of the Board of
Directors of Temple Israel closed
their meeting on Tuesday night
with solemn tribute to the re.
cently departed:
HARRY GEIST
D. J- SLENKER
MARTIN RAFF
Special resolutions were draft-
d, read and sent to the families,
and Use Asher were celebrated in
the assembly of last week. The
services were read by Louis Wolf-
son II. and Greta Joseloff.
preparations for the Purim cele-
bration which will take place In
our Sunday School on Sunday,
March 80th, a! ":i'ti p. m.. are be.
log made. In addition to the Cos-
tume Ball, there will be presenta-
tions by each (lass in our Sunday
School, and also by various talent-
ed children in Purim specialties. A
Purim supper will be served to
those attending the celebration.
Kaplan of New Jersey before her
marriage Sunday. February SO, in
JUNIOR CONGREGATION
are welcome.
BETH JACOB PURIM BALL
The ninth annual Purim Ball,
we believe Will be the most success
ful In our history. Arrangements
have already been made. The af-
fair will take place this Sunday
Mrs. II. Beckett and aunt. Mrs.
I. Koffman. of New York, have re-
turned home from Miami, after an
extended visit.
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Marko-
I J. *l IU| III ilUlCB ,,ing anniversary at a buffet supper
---------- 1 given in their home Sunday. Feb-
Mrs. Tillie Hecht, formerly of ruary 27. Those who attended
Girls as well as hoys of public
Aleexandra City. Alabama. Mr. school age are urged to come to
and Mrs. Golden left Thursday our Junior Congregation held In night, February 6th. at the Flori-
mornlng tor Sarasota, Miami and the old Synagogue building every dlan Hotel. Music will be supplied
Jacksonville, before returning to Saturday morning at '.m a. m., till all hours by the Floridian or-
their home. under the direction of Mr. Lewis chestra.
Green. The Junior Congregation gala floor SHOW
refreshments are served by the A two hour floor show will bo
Sisterhood. presented which will include Sid
BOY SCOUTS White, master of ceremonies; Kel-
Dnder the supervision of Scout- ler and Burns, the sister team di-
master Attorney Al J. Mechlowiti rect from the 41 Club; Mr. Prank
15 boys of the Hoy Scout Troop Martha, dramatic tenor In 2"*''
will spend a week-end al Greynolds century impressions: Alma an I
Park. We wish them all a good
time.
HABANOTH
A Habanoth group, consisting of
Roland, danre favorites from the
FleetWOOd Hangar; Al Parker,
master of ceremonies, courtesy of
the Flamingo Park: Miss Jean
Tampa, died Wednesday at St. Pet-
ersburg. She Is survived by two
daughters. Mrs. Max Davis, of St.
Petersburg, and Mrs. Paul Shear,
of Lancaster, Pa., A neice. Mrs.
Joseph W'ohl, of Tampa, a nephew,
Dr. Louis Goldbeig of New- York
with whom our entire member- ana lhIee grandchildren.
ship mourns.
In addition to the special let-
ters and resolutions, we wish to
extend our tenderest sympathy
to
Mrs. Harry Geist and family
Mrs. D. J. Slenker and family
Mrs. Martin Raff and family
May they tind consolation In
the rich memories of the past.
May we. who are bereft of the
wisdom, leadership, enthusiasm
and guidance of our departed
members, strive to emulate their
loyalty and devotion to the ideals
of our people, of our Temple and
of mankind.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS AND
THANKS
To Mr. Benjamin U v n< for the
tiful and very useful book
the Temple
library.
To Mis. Waldheim of St. Louis i
iT IS the BEST' '*
were: Mr. and Mrs. H. Peekett,
Mr. and Mrs. I. Berner, Mr. Sam
Berner. Mr. Irving Herscovitz. Mr.
Irving Peekett, Mr! and Mrs. L.
girls between the ages of 12 and Maye. direct from the National
15. was Organised under the spoil. Theatre. Havana; Mr. Frank Rey-
nolds, formerly with the Kate
Smith program, and many, many
sorship of the Beth Jacob Congre-
gation, and under the personal lea-
dership of Miss Malvlna Weiss and others. The program is being stap;-
Berte. Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Lubetzky, I Mls- Moses Mescheloff. The fol-1 ed. conceived and presented by the
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Markowitz, Mr. I Iow'ng temporary officers were el-: Southern Theatrical Agency of Mi-
Miss Bea Yovett who has been
visiting her aunt. Mrs. Herman
Bornstein, left Saturday for her Mrs. A. Herscovitz. Mr. and -Mrs
and Mrs. Simon Marks, Miss Denah
Peekett, Mr. Louis ^Lubetzky. Miss
Bertha Markowitz of Savannah.
Mr. J. Markowitz. New York. .Mr.
M. Gutterman. New York. Mr. and
home in Philadelphia.
Hundreds attended the annual
Milk Fund dance which was given
by the National Council of Jewish
Junior Women Wednesday night at
the Davis Island country club. Miss
Gladys Peters. Miss Ida Gntkin and
Miss Henrietta Waterman were
sponsor? for the dance.
M. Verkauf. Mr. James L. Moed.
St. Petersburg. Miss Roberta
Marks, Mrs. L. Koffman. New York
and others.
Mr. M. Gutterman. who has been
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Peekett returned to his home In
New York Saturday.
(Continued on Page Seven)
ected: President, Bdna Malter;
Vice-President. Judith Moss; Sec-
retary, Nataly Feller; Treasurer.
Elaine Berick; Publicity. Dorothy
Sehoenbaum.
Meetings are to be held every
Monday evening at 7:00 o'clock at
the old Synagogue. At the last
meeting Lillian Marcus was hos-
tess, serving some delicious home-
made fudge. The girls are plan-
ning a Purim celebration.
SIYUM HASEFER
Sunday evening, March 20th. a
Sefer Torah will be presented to
the congregation in the new Syna-
gogue building. A beautiful pro.
gram which will include address* s
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A beautiful program journal con-
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be presented to all guests. Come,.
and bring all the friends you have,
won't you?
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FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGK SEVEN
Jacksonville Notes
The fourth In, the series of
bridge tournaments staged by Mrs.
8am Witten and ftfrs. B. ]{. Brom-
berg for the Daughters of Israel
was held last Monday afternoon in
the auditorium of the Jacksonville
Jewish Center.
Plans for the Purim Hall to be
given in the Jacksonville Jewish
(enter Thursday night. March 17.
include the most elaborate enter-
tainment program ever featured by
(his institution, Isidore Moscovitz,
in charge of publicity, announced
Max Rose is ticket chairman and
I. M. Lleberman and Hyman Selber
are co-chairmen of the Purim Ball.
A beautiful golden anniversary
service was conducted Friday night
in the Temple Ahaveth ('hesed by
the Temple Sisterhood, honoring
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Nauniburg. who
celebrated their fiftieth wedding
anniversary last Monday.
Fifteen years of active work in
Jewish charity and fifteen years
of working for the building of a
Hebrew Home for the Aged was
marked by the Ladies' Sheltering
nd A'"' ^clety and JJome for the
\ged by their Installation banquet
which was held last Monday night
in the auditorium of the Jackson-
ville Jewish ('enter- Mra- Ben
Chepenik was in charge of the
event.
Installed as officers for the com.
ing year were: Mrs. S. L. Blattner.
president; Mrs. Ben Chepenik, 1st
vice president; Mrs. S. Schain, 2nd
vice president; Mrs. A. E. Selber.
3rd vice president; Mrs. B. B. Yof-
fee, financial secretary; Mrs. M. J.
Safer, home treasurer; Mrs. B. Ba-
ker, aid-treasurer; Mrs. S. Bryan,
corresponding secretary; Mrs- II
Talisman, secretary.
Calendar of events. February 25
to March 11, 1938, at the Jackson.
villa Jewish Center are:
roll 4Sabbath Service 8:15
P. Hi-
March 5Ralph Cooper, Bar
Mitzvah.
March 8Adult Hebrew Class S
"P. m.
March 9Hadassah Linen Show-
ei j: 30 p. m.
March 10Glee C'"0 8:30 P- m-
Old Gold Ciearette
Contest Winners
Are Announced
SUN-SEEKER
In ji CABANA S1TIT of linen. A casual outfit of increi ping favor among men. And, a Sunshine Fashion from
Rurdine's Lincoln Road
B, M. VanSant. Jr.. a $35-a.week
clerk of Boston. Mass., was nn"
bounced as winner of the $100.0()0
first prize in the Second Old Gold
Contest.
Nine hundred ninety-nine others
will share an additional $150,001.
making a total of J250.0()0 in prizes
heinc; distributed, according to of.
ficials of P. Lorlllard Company,
sponsors of the contest.
Second prize of $50,000 was
awarded to Miss Henrietta P. Bruns
of .'! Edisonia Terrace, West Or-
ange. N. J. Miss Bruns has been
employed as a stenographer with
the Thomas A- Edison Company,
West Orange, since 1925.
Third prize winner was announc-
ed as Bernard J. Ecker of 4404 N.
Winchester Avenue. Chicago, 111.
Ecker. who will receive $25,000,
operates a travel bureau.
Fourth prize of $10,000 goes to
T-outs Grossman, an unemployed
chemist of 1794 Coney Island Ave-
nue Brooklyn, N. Y.
The fifth to seventh prizes of
$5,000 each were awarded to Wil.
Ham E. Endslow of the United
States Naval Training Station at
Newport. Rhode Jsland; Karl Ac-
ton of 15Q4 Clay Avenue. Houston,
Texas and Mrs. Jean Dibowski of are specialists in such work. They
2127 Gilbert Avenue, Cincinnati, O. analyzed the winning entries.
Eighth and ninth prizes of $2,.".00 | The Donnelley Corporation staff
each go to Mrs. Alma E. Gipe of of Judges includes both men and
506 Liberty Street, Warren, pa., women, most of whom are college
and Miss Isobel g. Smith of 13(!4 graduates. Each Judge was assign-
West Boulevard. ("leveland, Ohio, ed to a group which was given
Jn addition to the major prizes, special training on a block of six
the following awards were made: 'cartoons and worked only on that
Three prizes of $1,000 each; ten block!
prizes of $500 each; twenty-eight | Contestants' folders thus passed
prizes of $250 each; fifty prizes of through the hands of eight separ-
$100 eacn an<1 one hundred prizes ate groups of specialists. Bach
of $">0 each and eight hundred group of from three to ten Judges
i prizes of $25 each. worked under a supervisor who in
VanSant, the winner of $100,000 turn was responsible to one of a
lives at 231 Park Drive, Boston, group of executive supervisors.
He is married and is employed in | Winning entrants were judged by
'the inspection department of Sears as many as 3 different indivi-
Roebuck and ('o. | duals of the Donnelley Corporation
In announcing the winners, offl- Staff.
'cialB of the tobacco company issu. All of the prize winning entries
ed a statement expressing their were Judged on a "blind" basis, the
"appreciation of the work done in entries having been transcribed to
the contest by those who failed to keyed sheets, ftven the Donnelley
win." We believe." said the state, executives who made the final de.
ment, "that all these contestants cisions did not know the names or
will appreciate some information addresses of contestants until after
as to exactly how the contest was the final decisions were made.
Judged and how all contestants | The statement of the Lorlllard
were guaranteed equal considera- Company continues. "We do not be-
tion and a square deal." f Heve it possible to devise a fairer
The entire judging operation, the or more efficient method of judg-
lorlllard Company pointed out. Ing a contest."
was conducted by an impartial. In-1 One dependent organization, The Reu. rectors commented: "The contest
ben H. Donnelley Corporation, who was unusual In that few contest-
ants were disqualified for non.ob-
servance of the contest rules. There
was a total absence of any attempt
to influence the judges by appeals
for sympathy or offers to share the
prize money."
A bulletin listing all winners wil!
be mailed to every individual who
submitted any entry, according to
Lorlllard officials.
TAMPA NOTES
(Continued from Page Six)
Mr, and Mis. John Moed and son
of New York, arrived here Sunday
to be guests of Mr. Moed's sister
and brother.in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Solomon.
Mrs. J. Shepps and Mrs. J. Levy
of New York, are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Moed In St.
Petersburg.
The National Council of Jewish
Women had as their guest of hon-
or and speaker at the annual lun-
cheon of the Tampa section Wed-
nesday at the Tampa Terrace Ho-
tel. Mrs. Hannah G. Solomon, of
Chicago, founder and honorary
President of the National Council
of Jewish Women.
Mrs. Solomon. Who celebrated
her eightieth birthday anniversary
at the Triennial Celebration of the
Council last month in Pittsburgh,
was introduced by Mrs. Irvin Sals-
bury.
Mrs. Joseph Won!, a past presi-
dent of Tampa Section, presented
Mis. Solomon with a gift from the
section. Mrs. Joseph Waterman,
president of Tampa Section, was
toastmistress and gave a welcom-
ing address. Rabbi David L. Zie-
lonka offered the opening prayer
and Rabbi Adolph.Burger the clos-
ing prayer. Mrs. Waterman, dele-
gate to the Triennial Convention,
gave a report on the convention.
Mrs. Jerome Brown presented
Mrs. M. L. Marcus in a dramatiza-
tion. A tribute was paid to Mrs.
Henry Brash, honorary president
and founder of Tampa Section, who
was unable to attend because of
illness.
Those in charge of the arrange,
ments were Mrs. Salisbury, Mrs.
Waterman, Mrs. Isaac Levy, Mrs.
A. A. Berger, Mrs. Morris Stein,
Mrs. Marcus, Mrs. Fred Perlman
and Mrs. I. Wohl.



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PAQB EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLOBlDIAy
FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938
t


ANTI-SEMITISM'S NEW TECHNIQUE
The Political and Diplomatic Uses of
Jew Baiting
-By WILLIAM ZUKERMAN-
Analyzing the anti-Jewish de-
cree* of the late Goga.fjuza re-
gime in Roumania, Mr. Zuker-
man shows that they were not
introduced for their own sake
but for the accomplishment of
political and diplomatic alms
having nothing to do vrtih Jews.
He explains that the anti-Semitic
campaign of the short.lived Goga
cabinet screened hidden object-
ives of Roumania and that this
new use of anti-Semitism is a
technique perfected by the Nazis
and spreading throughout all
semi.Fascist States.
The Editor
One of the outstanding facts
about the Goga-fJuza Government
is the part which publicity, cheap,
sensational, stunt-publicity played
in its short career and in its so.cai-
led anti-Semitic 'upheaval.' The
Government leaped Into existence
with an unexpectedness which was
sensational and was kept in power
tothe last moment largely through
publicity stunts. No other Govern-
ment in Roumania or anywhere else
lived so much on publicity, granted
so many interviews and spoke so
volubly and extensively to ncwspa-
pper men. From King Carol to the
last cabinet ministe everyone made
a rush to the newspapers from the
very beginning and kept up the
game to the end. There had never
been so many and such contradic.
tory statements made by members
of a Government as by this one.
and never such a willingness to
talk with apparent frankness, Joc-
ularity, seriousness and in confi-
dence. If the Goga-Cuza Govern,
ment had really succeeded in con-
solidating its power, it would have
been largely a result of stunt-pub.
licity and the world press would
have been responsible for it to a
great extent.
For there is not the slightest
doubt In the mind of the careful
observer that this orgy of publicity
launched by the Goga-Cuza Gov-
ernment was not accidental. It was
deliberate and planned; It was part
of a scheme doubtless elaborated
by cleverer brains than the Roum-
anians' and every one of its stunts
was carefully sprung on an aston-
ished world for reasons and pur-
poses well-known to its perpetra.
tors.
More important still for us Jews
is the fact that the whole of the
nnti-Semiic campaign, too, of the
Goga-Cuza government was primar.
ily but a part of this deliberate
stunt-publicity. The Government
launched out upon Its crazy anti-
Semitic course not because it was
driven to it by inner economic, so.
cial or political reasons, but for
quite other reasons known only to
itself. No greater He has been ut-
tered than that of the Goga-Cuza
government that the Jewish ques-
tion is the most important question
in Roumania. u is not even a sec-
ond, third or fifth rate question in
the country. Jt is no serious prob-
lem at all. But it so happens that
anti-Semitism is peculiarly adapted
to the production of international
stunt.publicity which the Rouman-
ias Government needed at the mo-
ment; this is why It was pounced
upon and was featured as the great-
est need of Roumania. Anyone who
followed the almost lunatic course
of the anti-Jewish outbreak in
Roumania since last Christmas,
could not help seeing through it.
Tragic as some of the events were,
they could not but strike one as
unreal, fantastic, even comical, al.
most like stage scenery In a Ruri-
tanian film drama.
The very first act of the Goga-
Cuza Government was to raise a
most stupid and sensational yell
that Roumania had from a quarter
to three quarters of a million
'alien' Jews who had 'sneaked into
Roumania by fraud," and whom the
Government was going to deport
immediately. The scream had all
the marks of Berl'n on It and there
Is enough evidence now to prove
that it was manipulated from Ger"
many. Not only the Nazi press in
Germany, but the vast net of news,
papers outside Germany which is
subsidized by the Third Reich, and
even representatives of the N'zi
Government Itself, abroad, took up
the inspired cry and helped to
spread the stupid He.
Now, the Goga.Cuza Government
itself never believed that it had a
foundation for the deportation of
so many Jews, or that it could find
a place to deport them. It knew
from the beginning that the allega-
tion was a shamefaced lie and that
such deportation was impossible of
realization, but it was necessary
t;. precipitate a panic; it was nec-
essary that every country border,
ing on Roumasia should rush ti
close its frontiers to the imaginary
'invasion of refugees;' it was nec-
essary to make the world's flesh
creep. Jt was part of a plan for
helping the Government pass the
first critical weeks prior to its ac
tual assumption of power. It was
stage property if ever there was
any.
It was the same with practically
every anti-Semitic decree which
followed. Each was as crazy as
that of the immediate deportation
of halt a million Jews, as much bas.
ed on an obvious lie, and as Impos-
sible of execution, but each was
preceeded by a great flourish of
trumpets intended to Impress the
foreign as well as the domestic
world that it was meant seriously.
Each was primarily a publicity
stunt, intended as such.
All the Jewish inn-keepers in the
country were to be immediately de.
prived of their licenses and prohib-
ited to engage in the business of
'poisoning the Roumanian peas-
ants.' (f)ut of 40'0(>0 inn.keepers
in Roumania. a little over 0.000 are
Jewish. What was to become of
the other 34.000 'poisoners of the
Roumanian peasants?'
"Has M. Goga provided Rouman-
ian inn-keepers to take the place
of the Jews?" asked none other
than Voida Voyevodi a former
, premier and himself no less an an.
tl-Semite than Goga. And a little
(over a month after the decree had
been issued the State monopoly of
alcohol issued orders that the Jew-
ish inn-keepers should not be mo.
lested because the Government
could not afford the loss of reve-
nue from the Jewish inns.
Among the other decrees first
promulgated by the Goga-Cuza gov.
ernment was one prohibiting Jews
from engaging in agriculture. Now
there are provinces in Roumania,
particularly in Bassarabia and
Transylvania (In the district of
Marmoresh) where a great many
Jews have engaged in agriculture
for generations. In Transylvania
they are mostly leasing the land
from Roumanian landlords. The
Government decree created a great-
er panic among these landowners
than among the Jews. It was they
who made the strongest represen-
tations to Bucharest against the
crazy order and forced its practical
annulment.
The former Cuzist perfect of the
Kishineff district ordered that all
Jewish doctors should be removed
from the state and municipal hoe.
A rising young American Jewish
artist's conception of "Rebecca,"
the picture reproduced above is
one of a series of such illustra-
tions which is featured in the
Sisterhood Art Calendar for 5699,
pitals. Within twenty-four hours
there came urgent telegrams ask-
ing the dismissed Jews to return
because the hospitals were left
without staffs; not with less effi-
cient staffs, as in Germany under
similar conditions, but with no
'staffs at all. for there are not
enough Roumanian doctors to take
the places of the Jews.
The fate of the famous decree of
the young Cuza forbidding Jews to
employ Roumanian servant girls Is
well-known. Xothlng created a
greater chaos than the sudden dis-
missal of thohsands of these girls,
mostly daughters of peasants whose
earnings helped to keep their fami-
lies going, the unemployment and
suffering created by this order were
so sudden and so obviously futile
that the decree had to be revoked
officially. But the chaos and un-
employment in the factories, shops,
offices, banks, restaurants, cafes,
amusement places, markets, fairs
and in every other walk of life
which followed the other antl.
Jewish measures of the Govern-
ment were not less serious and
most of these measures were bound
to meet with the same fate as the
servant girls decree.
For all these measures were in-
troduced not because Roumania
needed them, or could even stand
them, but In imitation, and prob-
ably at the behest of Nazi Ger.
many, on the assumption that what
had seemingly succeeded in Ger-
many would also work in Rouman-
ia. With the possible single ex-
ception of the old fanatic Cuza.
however, not a single Roumanian
politician really believes that mea.
sures of Nazi Germany can be in-
troduced into Roumania. that the
economic and cultural differences
between a highly indstrialized \
State with a surplus intellectual
population and a backward agricul-'
tral State which needs men, capi-
tal and brains can be ignored. The
anti.Semltic campaign is necessary
to the Romanian Government for
other reasons, chiefly diplomatic
and political, which have nothing
to do with the Jews, and was ex-
ploited to the full extent. The pub-
licity given to these measures is
from this standpoint more import-
ant to the Government than t he
measures themselves. The hue and
cry and the panic accompanying
the anti-Jewish decrees served a
greater purpose (from the govern-
ment point of view) than the de-
crees themselves. It formed a
smoke screen behind which the
Goga Government, which represent-
ed less than a tenth of the popula.
tion, sought to establish in power
at home, and to gain certain con-
cessions from the great powers for
which Roumania was doubtless se-
cretly bargaining.
This new use of anti-Semitism as
a screen for non.Jewlsh purposes
is a new aspect of the ancient evil
which has been introduced by the
Nazi regime and is now spreading
into other Fascist and seml-Fasclst
States. The latest events in Rou-
mania and in Palond give the clear-
est illustration of it and the mat.
ter deserves the closest scrutiny
on the part of the Jewish world.
Let anyone who still has any dpubt
about It consider the following:
Last December the Foreign Minis-
ter of France, M. Delbos, made a
diplomatic tour of EaBte,n and
South-Eastern Europe. Almost
immediately afterwards an anti-
Semitic conflagaration broke out in
Roumania and at the same time an
abatment of the same fire set in in
Poland where it had been stated
again and again that the antl.
Semitic terror was beyond con-
trol.
Whether we like !t or not. we
must recognize this new develop-
ment which Nazism has Introduced
into anti-Semitism. With all its
viciousness, meanness and cruelty
the new Nazi anti-Semitism which
is now raging in many countries in
j.',urope is not primarily concerned
with the Jews. It has other aims,
chiefly diplomatic and political. It
is for the accomplishment of these
aims (which are not always known
to the public) that anti-Semitism
is turned on and off at will as a
vintage on tap. What seems to be
an uncomfortable violent anti-Sem-
itic outburst is stopped at a word's
command. What looks like a fierce
elemental force directed against
the Jews, is nothing but technique,
a new technique, discovered and
perfected by the Nazis for the ac.
complishment of non-Jewish alma.
I do not know whether there is
any comfort for us in this new
aspect of anti-Semitism, but I am
sure that we must know of it and
follow its development closely if we
want to understand the present
situation in Roumania, Poland.
Italy and in the rest of Europe.
Strictly
Confidential
(Continued from Page Five)
cloak. ^Jany ballots In a by-elec.
tion to the Canadian House of
Commons from a Quebec district
were Invalidated because they were
marked with a swastika and the
words "a bas les Juifs." The Liver-
pool Echo, which has been running
a series of articles on "Obsolete
Acts never Repealed." discovered
that the town of Comway still has
a law forbidding any Je-v to reside
within its walls, on pain cf instant
expulsion.
IN MEMORIAM
Harry L. Glucksman, late execu-
tive director of the J?wish Welfare
Board, knew for six years that he
had a bad heart, but didn't breathe
a word about it to any of his rela.
tlves or friends. J'e gave most of
his free timethere was so little
of itto his thirteen-year-old-son,
Arnold Henry, Glucksman believ.
ed in preparing his speeches, and
often spent days working out an ad
dress. He never spared himself.
The only relaxation he permitted
himselfonce in a great while
was a session of bridge, a game at
which he was a master. When the
physicians looked him over at lit
Sinai Hospital half an hour before
he passed away, he suddenly real-
ized that he was a very sick man.
He is said to have inquired, with
a sad smile: "No more tricks in
hearts?" Harry Glucksman was a
swell fellow, with a lot of under-
standing for other people's worries.
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
There's a gal in New York called
Ming Toy Epstein. The Social Se.
curlty Board claims to have discov-
ered twenty-three ways of spelling
Abramowitz, and eighteen for Leh-
man. The influence of the movies
is responsible for some youngster
we've heard of being tagged with
a name like Gary Cooper Flnkel.
stein. The popular Broadway mim-
ic Afrique is really Alexander Wit-
kin, who picked his stage name in
honor of the continent where he
wa8 born. Jack Pearl's middle ini-
tial is H., and he says it stands for
Ham." he having christened him.
self thus to beat the ***
That new singing star with the
swell bass voice and the moniker
Paul Dennis is really Henuch Ros-
enblatt, son of the late C"">r **
enblatt. Hugh Marlyn. who is
knocking them over in Eurlpe with
his singing and acting, is the scion
of a chazin named Epstein. And
do you know that Francis T. Pal-
grave, compiler of the "Golden
Treasury" and professor of poetry
at Oxford University, was born
with the name Cohen? While on
the subject of names, did you hear
about the friend of a Brooklyn
newspaper columnist who rebuked
him for changing his name from
Tiy Goldstein to \\7 Gardner? : :By
name." said the friend, "is Hyman
Goldstein too-and Hyman Gold
stein It'll remain." CP,e \
months later Hyman Goldstein got
a part in the Labor musical comedy
Pins and Needles." The program
listed him as Hy Goldstein. Nnw
that the show is a hit he's billed
as Hv Gardner. And Jerry Leven-
son, composer of such hits as
"Darkness on the Delta" and "Un-
der a Blanket of Blue," now calls
himself Livingstone. Our boss.
Bernard Postal, tells us that when
his paternal grandpappy came to
this country sixty years ago he de-
cided to take on a good American
nBmeso for thirty years the fam.
11 v went by the tag of Goldberg.
THE WORLD'S
WINDOW
(Continued from Page Five)
all shadow. There was no sub-
stance. For substance Is that which
can be attacked and defeated and
diminished. Yes! But that has no
substance nor, despite all fair ap-
pearances, ever had any substance,
which can be utterly obliterated,
negated and made to be as though
it had never been.
They are singing the Horst Wes-
sel Lied in Vienna today. The
Jews are trembling and planning
to flee, though where they can flee
is a riddle. Once more it is fitting
to salute the great prophetic act
and vision of Theodor Herzl who
saw through the apparently fair
seeming of his time, who himself
profoundly enmeshed in the charm
and even in the triumphs of Vien.
na. tore asunder the soft and ex-
quisite letters of that illusion and
cried out to the Jews of the world
that this was not the way, that this
was not their way. that all these
obligations thai they had brought
were, in the great prophetic words
vain oblations, that it was all use-
less and empty and would endas
it has now endedin shand un
spott.
Let mo dwell for another moment
on Schnitzler. Out of tradition and
atmosphere, out of love and wis-
dom, he created in the long roll of
both bis narrative and dramatic
works this modern Viennathis
exquisite, many languaged, this un-
endurably sweet free musical city.
And men came from the ends of
the earth to see and feel this city
which has a living Imitation of the
Jream and the desire of a Jewish
poet that his city should be this
city and who, out of a nostalgia of
his Jewish soul, created this city
of music and melancholy and love.
Now the poet is dead and the vis.
ion and the city are dead and the
barbarians howl and rage and pour
their filth over dream and over
city and over the poet and over
the folk of the poet and this poet
will probably be preserved for fu-
ture ages only in the memory and
ultimately In the speech of the peo-
ple from whose womb the poet
sprang.
Is it not time that the Jewish
people became s omethlng other,
something stronger, freer than the
tomb of perished alien dreams


T
LY, MARCH 4, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE NINE
ORAYNOO
"OUR LIGHT "
BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER, EDITOR
lONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
[HARWELL STREET ORLANDO, FLA.
SERVICES FRIDAY
. m., discourse: "Christian
[of the Jews." Shabos 8:30
L_U ntor Leshinsky officiating.
|_pBIM CELEBRATIONS
HJw^^h to be read on Wednes-
ch 16th at sundown by
eshinsky. The Rabbi will
egilahs printed in Eng-
I Hebrew on sale at Syna.
(flee.
Seudah for Congregation
day night at 8:00 P- m-
nagogue social hall. There
efreshments including de-
amentaschen, musical pro-
Purim songs and addres-
ry member invited.
n's carnival on Sunday
March 20th. Every
ml class has been assign-
amte booth which will be
"purimdlg" by'the chil.
he Hebrew and Religious
rizes will be presented
Bust unusually and novel
B> booth. There will be
best "purim character"
land best Haman, Esther,
Aohasverus, Zeresh or
character of the Book of
^rill be an exchange of
Monos (Purim Gifts) by
children. Proceeds of Hie Pu-
carnival will go to a Jewish
Charity tO be voted on by the chil-
dren.
*HEBREW SCHOOL
the recent examinations the
boys were promoted to
Wk Hebrew work: Morty
[Oscar Tetenbaum, Stanley
pim, Stanley Schader and
ttensteln.
[HIGHEST HONORS
le University of Florida Mr.
I Segal was elected to the
scholastic fraternity for
liolarship. At the Women's
at Tallahassee, Miss Tybel
Btein was elected to the
(roll for high scholarship.
kwlsh Community congratu-
iese young people and their
lies.
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. H. Press have left
Orlando to continue their Southern
tour.
Mrs. Alex Levy has returned to
her home in Birmingham, Ala.
Mrs. Spivak and her new daugh-
ter are visiting Mrs. Spivak's
mother, Mrs. I. M. Herman, at the
Herman's palatial home on Lake
Lucerne.
Miss Jeanne Deutsch is a guest
at the San Juan Hotel, being on a
business tour here from New York.
Miss Doris Heller is on a short
visit to New York.
Rabbi Skop was the principal
speaker at the Home for the Aged
banquet in Jacksonville.
A dance will be held at the Flam,
ingo by the Ladies Auxiliary on
Tuesday, March 8.
A congregational meeting will be
held Sunday, March 6, at 8 p. m.
The following officers were in-
stalled by the Orlando Lodge 1013
B'nai B'rith, on February 8th, in
the presence of a large gathering
of members and visitors. Judge
H- N. Roth, district grand lodge
representative officiated.
President, B. J. Cohen; Monitor,
H. N. Roth; Vice-President, Nat
Berman; Treasurer, L. S. Frankel;
Secretary, S. Zagoren; Assistant
Monitor, Martin Segal; Guardian,
Dr. Seltzer; Custodian, I. Paster.
The following are the chairmen
of the permanent committees for
the year: Membership, Martin Se-
gal; Charity, I. Coplan; Sick, M. M.
Segal; Anti-Defamation, H. N.
Roth; Entertainment, Nat Berman;
Vigilance, H. Kottleman; Cultural,
Rabbi Skop; Sunday School, M. L.
Baker; United Jewish Fund, H. N.
Roth; Refreshment, S. Zagoren;
Degree Team, A. Halmowitz; So-
cial, Ben Katz; Publicity, S. Za.
goren.
NOTE
Regret that the address of
Jeal Septic Tank Company
Certified Business Directory
p-oneously given. The cor-
Idress is 4145 N. W. 22nd
Avenue. The company specializes
in the manufacture of Pre-Cast
Tested Tanks, and in Installations.
Repairs, Drain Tiles and Cleanouts
This compay is one of the foremost
and successful in its line in the
entire state.
[NOUNCING THE NEW LOCATION
AND OPENING SALE OF
OLPERTS FURNITURE
In sincere thanks to our loyal customers whose pat-
lage has made it necessary for us to move to new
Icious and beautiful showrooms at
155 WEST FLAGLER STREET
invite all to take advantage of the most spectacular
FURNITURE SALE OF THE YEAR
ie possible through the cooperation of several furniture
factories
IGINS MONDAY, MARCH 7, AT 8 A. M.
OLPERT'S FURNITURE
OEO. WOLPERT
155 West Flagler Street __
TRUMAN G. FUTCH
who Is a candidate for the Flor-
ida Supreme Court.
SOCIETY
Benefit Parties are Held
The first in a series of card par-
ties for the benefit of the Chalut.
zim in Palestine was held on Wed-
nesday evening, February 22, with
the Greater Miami Women's Pio-
neer Group as the sponsors, at the
Euclid Apartments, Miami Beach.
Hostesses were Mdsdames Lena
Wolk, Dora Jaffe and A. Levin of
Cleveland. Hettle Sharp of Bos-
ton, assisted by Mrs. Henry Seit-
lin and Mrs. Marcus of Miami.
Prizes were awarded for high score
and refreshments were served. A
talk on the aims and plans of the
organization was given by Mrs.
Wolk.
The second in this series of card
parties was held last Wednesday
at the Nash Hotel. Miami Beach,
with Mesdames Schlossberg, Lena
Mentzes, Quckspan and Silverberg
of New York, and Mrs. Wena Kre-
denzer of Chicago, as me hostess,
es, assisted by Mrs. Henry Seitlln
of the organizations. A very en.
joyable afternoon was spent and
delicious refreshments were serv-
ed by the hostesses.
OF THS
SUPREME
COURT
Democratic Primary, /PSS
TT| flrt Ai lP*rint in IK*
Cn(l Pi KIM* of Uw_____________
e*ou*> ri0
v V Serving
Florida's Finest
American-Jewish
Dinner"
SI REGIS
RESTAURANT
446 COLLIN/ AVE.
AAiArvNI
OEACH


Do You
Own
Your Home?
There never wee a better time
than now to build on*
The Liberal Financing Through
Federal Housing
Administration
Makes It Possible
Give me a call and I will uladly
help you to get the best pos-
elble Information as to Its plan.
H. SIMONS
Care Ackerman Ins. Agency
1015 Seybold Bldg.
Phone 2-3151
Thrilling
MUSA I
SLE
Inte
resting-
SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE
Alligator
Wrestling
Every
Hour
N. W. 25th Ave. and 16th St.
IN THE TRADING POST
Indian Dolls Baskets
Moccasins
Rugs 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
MORE FOR YOUR MM?
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
(NfrRtt SAVftQS
.BOftWWi LOANS
DUDE fEDERHL
5Rvmc5 ana Loan pssocmTion
* of mm mi *
fc-^"-d tW.igFia Bids* 109 N. E.Sacond flv.'.
J. M. LIPTON, President

PARK


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PAGE TEN
THE JEWISH FL0RD3IAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938
Certified Business Directory _
THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PAT-
RONAOE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY......
Ji
ACCORDION INSTRUCTION DRAPERIES DECORATING INTERIOR DECORATING
OSTEOPATHIC CLINIC
ROOFING
______. -_-.--------- PARSONS DRAPERIES New Iocs- i ANNE WRIOLEY
ACCORDIONS fu" tc er._ .^ f. ^ ^.^ Blvd pfccf ,. ^ ,NTER10RS Antiq.Jes Merr
,not v -stopUy Ample Free Parking E American Institute of Decorati
"*"' V5i Lorraine A -cane for S year*. Miami Brach New York >li.
raperie. S!:P Cover, fphcl- Beach Fla. IK W. 41st Street.
-... SL stering Decorating Phone a-3.13._______________
BISCAVNE CLINIC Hospital '?!""
... X.Rav and Clinic .1 Lal.oralo J .
-r Ttonwr. Ohttetrict
i R hardapn. Dr.
K.-Patrick. UN Nw rtt St.
_________
ACCOUNTANTS
CHARLES B. SELDEN. C. P. A.
Audits e
Cuts of A
- Miami,
. Hi
ATTRACTIONS
THE AQUARIUM
DEEP SEA SPECIMENS
From f Strea Ev< (lades
'
N VELTIES AND GIFTS
FOR V'A'R FRIENDS
Aboard thi lilookad-- P.::
PR1NS VALl'EMAR
At Biscay ne Boulevard ar.d Tth St
BASCOVS TROPICAL BIRDHAVEN
ITURING the large.--- on of

- ..- crown erai -- -,..:.-
ean Whlti
. |
a r. .
lbs. !i ..--:.
I and goldfish, acjui
Vis ~rs welcome, r.o charge.
- w ..: St. 1 :-"":.
AWNINGS
WE CATER TO WEDDINGS AND
. PARTIESCanopies. Tents.
l?n rellas rented In all occa.j
- estimate your awning;
requirement! Highest quality mater. |
expert workmanship, wide rang*
( iesigns and colors. BIscayne Tent j
i Awning Co.. Main office 243 S. W. '
Sth St. Phone I-*I4S. Bea:h 441 W.
street. Phone 5-3T19.
------------------------------------:-------I
AWNINGS "that Tit and satisfy" i
Canopies Tarpaulins Venetian '
Folding Chairs for rent. Es-
tablished 1S14Thomas Awning Co..
34: N E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-2o*0.
FILLING STATIONS
BAKER'S SERVICE STATION
GAIJOILRepairs on any make car.
' reasonable to fit your purse.
w rk I .Arar.teed.l'l S. W.
AvenuePhone 4-5443.
FLOOR FINISHING
SANDING and Refinishing V
Waxing and Sanding
Better FloorsBetter Service
: BH
- W F Paj ne. Jr.
PAVSE BROS. 413 N. E. 8?th ST
LANDSCAPING SOILS
i____________________________________________________________________
' PULVERIZED soil. muck, rr
mlxed. also cow manure. P. O.
B-x IS. C. Gables. Phone 4.4804. Agent
a!!. No charge for estimate.
PAINTING DECORATING
LANDSCAPING AND MAINTEN-
ANCE. So.Is and Sod. Fruit
- ubbery- Fertiliax r r
Rower Beds. Screened SoHi for lawn
MELROSE NURSERY & SOILS CO.
, $741 N. W tith Ave. Phor.es I
LAUNDRY
FLORISTS
EXOTIC GARDENS. INC.
I ."""
.:
Unco:- s W. 17th
F:r.et '
merit of Fresh Cut F ''
F P. ALT. OCCAS1 "
WIRED ANTWHEP.?:_________
FLOWERS-SHRUBBERY
blooming Geranlur
begonia, vines, crotons.
one. Many r.ot listed. 10c up.
ade top t! I. Hammock
oil 11.23 Manure 13 yd. Ph. 7-1871.
- Nursery. 25!"5 N. W. II '
FRUITS
BATHS
TREE-RIPENED
INDIAN RIVER FRUIT
Iir**"t from Grove* cf
JAMES R. COOPER
At Reasonable Pr1< e
EXPRESS SHIPMENTS
Full Box (1 35 Bu.) ______13.85
Half Box------------------------------41.95
Miami. F".a 261 N W. 36th Street
LAVNDRT PROfGHT TO C3 by
A M. Will I- ready same day. We
' r and deliver. Here is ..
hat will please you.
DAILY DAMP WASH LAUNDRY
"'; N W STth Ave.
LOANS
CASH AT REGULAR
BANK INTEREST RATES
en
DIAMONDS
AutomobilesListed Stocks
BondsPersonal Loans
LOANS NOT LIMITED TO 300
MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK
4 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-0.21
The Bank for the Individual
mattresrenovating
Ph L S. Townsend 2-6803
' 166 S. W. Third Street
.... tjng. Waterproofing
L.CENSED-INSURED-BELIABLE
PAINT SHOP ON WHEELS'
re prayed at your home Dries
ready to use Watch
for thi= unlaue paint shoo. DjLux|.
Furniture Refinlshine Shoo. 243 S.
.v- .-,,! ;..Phone 3-2410.
PERSONALS
A GREAT many cases who have given
up hope of recovery, have Investi-
gated this system. A great many of
nave been restored to health.
be possible that you will re-
treat benefits.
near method of examination
I Fill diagnose vour condition accurate-
ywhat the trouble is. where it ll
j nd the bask cause of It. gi\ing
i nositlve diagnosis for various dlsejs-
1 st'such at TOBERCt'LOSIS. AST''
\f.\. DIABETES. CANCER, HAT
FEVER. ri.CERS. GROWTHS, GOI-
TER. GALL BTONES. RTOMA*"!
I TROUBLE, HEART TROUBLE. ET'
DIAL <-6305
HATHAWAY ROOFING CO
2234 N. W. 17th Ave. Phone ;. .
Lar^e or small jobs Work gnar M
RUG CLEANING
HAWKINS RUQ CLEANERS
Rugs Cleaned. Dyed and Rep.
Moth Proofing
Orientals Our Specialty
0 N. E. 39th StreetTel. !:;.
JOHNSON SIGN CO.
SCHOOLS
THE CATE SCHOOL. 807
Ave. Ph. 5-1779; Individual ::.. ,
tfon; open air classes; honif i, ,
used; Certified teachers; aftern...i
tlvllies; Bus service.
ALLEGRO FOR BOYS AND G" i
THE ONLY OCEANFRONT SCHOO
OUTDOOR classes, accredited I
ers. sports and cultural \t:
handicrafts; meals, transp.. .
registered nurse; boarding o:
r.ts. Ph. 5-2027.
4011 COLLINS AVE MIAMI B = ,
SEPTIC TANKS
PRE-CAST TESTED SEPTIC TJI
Installations, Repairs. Drain
Clean Outs. O'NEAL SEPTIC
CO.Specialists. Tel. 3-3701 t
W. 22nd Ave. Night and Sunday i
i-40I.
SEWING MACHINES
PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL
BOARni.VC, Rathine. Croom.
nlurkine Modem Boarding Ken.
nels. Dr. Major Srhofield. 211 N. E.
10th St. Phone 2-6373. Residence
Phone 4-1852, ______________
FURNITURE REPAIRING
HEALTH AND PLEASURE
CASTLE
TURKISH BATHS
126 23rd St.. Miami Beach
- Ri ney Plata Hotel
I ; I Night's SleepA Good
Rest
INDIVIDI.'AL ROOM
With TURKISH BATH
INCLUDING
- : ER-X STEAM ROOM
' UE RAT H"T ROOM
fAM POO
SUN DECK SOLARIUM
HOT-"~"LD NEEDLE PRESSURE
SHOWERS. SHEETS TOWELS ET''.
$2.00
Also Weekly and Monthly Rite*
SWEDISH MASSAGE $2.50
N. 3os*d 14 Hour
PHONE 5.7022
The
________T-.-'.;.sh l'.ath in Florida________
BUSINESS COLLEGES
FURNITURE repairing and retin-
I ishine Do not take chances with
; ferior craftsmen. Onlv the finest of
i work done. For a real fob call
4- l.'.Ol. Estimates given free.
Vit-eon Co.. Inc.. 776 B. W. Sth St.
RELIABLE MATTRESS CO.
We Sterilize, Renovate and Upholster.
Reliable work is cheaper and better.
Ph. 2-56S3. 1-day service, tlj S. W.
17th Ave.
TROPICAL MATTRESS CO.
I'PHuI.STERING. Renovating. Cush-
ions. Pillows. Inner Spring. Box
Spring. Slip Covers, telephone 4-2214
1-day service. 2232 W. Flagler
PIANOS TUNED
MISCELLANEOUS
FURNITURE SPECIALS
COMPLETE Stenog
i i
Natli *. 1 edited Com-
MIAMI BUSINESS COLLEGE
111 S Miami Ave.
FLORIDA'S GREATEST BUSINESS
UNrVERSITT. N
-* .. .... p .... .
th. Southern Business University
. l!!lir. Ph.
CHIROPODISTS
DR MART UNDINE GRIFFIN. 25S
I .--mdav*
y appointment. In-
iset painlessly re-
-d.
CORSETS
FLORA'S CORSET SHOP Miami's
Oldest, row at '32 N E. 2nd Ave.
AcrgSS from C-"qrst Bldg. Ph. 3-5S'4.
DETECTIVE BUREAU
BEDS COMPLETE. wi:h :.ew
ses M-7S; new steel cots with.
Ij.7! dayl <"i- Ith new ma<
verstuffed fiber and car.
room suites. II" up: din.'
breakfast suites, cheap: Murp!
V; all kinds of new and used
litloned furnltun
ind use.] furniture, baby bedt. h:---l-
ind nursery chairs, play pens
lit reasonable prices. Stoves, ovens
. nd heaters.
FURNITURE SPECIALS
BUENA VISTA FURN. EXCHANGE
N. i: 2nd Ave. Ph-m* ?.-"':
GENERAL EQUIPMENT
SHOW CASES. WALL CASES. DRUG
FIXTURES. OFFICE EQUIPMENT
Used Bq ilpi sacrifice pi
GENERAL TRADING COMPANY
N Miami Avenue
GENERAL REPAIRING
HOME REPAIRSPlastering. Palnt-
ina. roofinp. ca-oe^ter work. Esti.
mates free. JOE POHNL, '.'i'l P W.
GOAT MILK
well flavored goat milk delivered
Young Kid Goats for Sale during
PassoverPaschal Lamb
TROPICAL GOATERY
I L'idlam Road Phone : -.-;,.
s .-.-.LEY'S BargainsPaints and
B sen wire, bronze or copper. Kc
and > l-2c ft.: ga'.v. | : nd 4c fl
'luaranteed house paint. 93c e.-il. .\'.:
kinds bargains; houset
We v
52s N. W. 6tnd St.
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING
Scientifically and correctly done,
romplete stock of new and used pia-
nos a- lowest prices ROY H. CREAG-
ER PIANO CO. 116". a W. 6th St
Phone 3-1570.
ALL MAKES, repaired by fact n j.
pert. Si..10 up; partt for .
'chines. Used machines sold and -
ed. Bozarth's b400 Biscayne Blv -
| Phone 7-1415.______________________
SICK ROOM ACCESSORIES
MOSPITAL BEDS-WHEEL CHAIRS
RENTAL SERVICE
OXYGEN TENTS
' Abdominal Supporters, Trusses ard
Elastic HosieryPerfectly Fitted
SURGICAL SUPPLY CO.
25 N. E. 2nd Ave.Phone .; I
SOLARIUM
PICTURE FRAMING
We '''A for :ii"i Pelixer Orders
WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP
Plctur-- FamedFramed Pictures
Glass I HI N\ \V. 1st Street.
Phr.r.e 2-2462.
HAVE a limited nr.rn!
amplified phonographs '
prices from *4'i to $75
coin Instruments, but
private clubs, homes \ -
-raphs fr.r Barbecuei
Rettau nta. We will giv<

1st. Deale Automatic Music Co..
S. W. 1st Bl !'; .
MRS. TAYLOR DAMMERS. for 15
years connected with iMme. Mog-
habghab) is now doing expert altera-
tions and dressmaking In her own
home at reasonable prices. 605 S. W.
18th Ave. Phone 2.1010.
Show CardsOff : '. os
Displays<: [ \\-..:k. Wi
orlde A Slgi
Service.M. WOLFORD, Mcr. i 1-7!
N'. E. lal Ave. phone 2-2150.
MONUMENTS
ICTUR
liifililliW
Sun and Solar Turkish Baths )n
Hotel Roof
^pecial Treatments Nerve Bo
Muscle
Reducing TreatmentsColjmc
Irrigation
Personal Management
MISS ELLEN V. HARTQLMST
Room 317 Hotel Seville. Coral ;
______________I'hor.e 4-4043_____________'
STORAGE
EXPERT WORK Price
i eatonable.LEARY
PICTURE FRAMING >HoP
115! N. E. 2nd Ave. I'hune
-- 14J. E. LEARY,
TMORA AVERI Pen
ht, At your hon
oni '' 13. Studii 141
Bhd. Coral i;..
COMMERCIAL
PHOTOGRAPHY
p-.lr!Sroot Bld' ~ Htart of City
- room with free dajlv .
, .l'.H.nk*.a,!d llass' 5c da>'- ^
month. Private storage racks II
month and up. Private storage I
month and up. Furniture
open storage lc cu. ft. Long d sh.ppmg and packing. Storage Ware-
Muse c?-- 13 N- K -' St!
- 208 and w. m;: |ck ,hfm .lr,
STOVE REPAIRING
GAS. OIL, QASOUNE STOVi:
bv experienced
*nt Workmanship, yui,->: .-
Md Ave. Stove Co. 201 N. W I
Ave. Ph. .m
MARBLE Memorials
S. W. 8th
81 t h. I-! IS2
MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
MARBLE ; ai te and Bronte mark-
emetei
all dea N W. th Ave.
KULL. Ph. 2-:
CONVENTIONS. Weddings. Parties
I PI itosn-aphy in ..
I hea May we night.
I lays phone 2-oOS
H
riEORGE HAMPTON MACHETT
PLUMBING
I SERVING Miami ii years-We re.
mid and finish water
Gas, Oil, Electric, Oatol
Apartment, Hotel and Res
^ulpment if you use ItWe
I "p [, \\ ST"VK KXCHAN :
! Phone*\:'! ...: S*r- I7-- I
HEALTH CLINIC
SlNKlDENTIAL Investlgatl sWe
check your clerks, employees v '
irregular it ie- Extortion and Btack
fa!I 4|dot eliminated. Fill dres* op-
ratlves. Protect parties and Socletv
functions.
Dietogrsfih and Motion Picture Service
riependable Service Strict Privacy
>ferr.her Miami Chamber of Commerce
M. F.SMITH NATIONAL
DETECTIVE BUREAU
S4 Ingraham Bldg. Phone 3-1203
Nigh-s and Holidays 4-22-7______
DIABETIC HEALTH FOODS
DIABETIC BREAD THAT IS SAFE
Finest tavr*. I w in price, contains
less than t- percent starch. Also full
line of diahe- roodiFln-
est ard largest ago '
-d New 'afeterla and Health
p,wj Shop IS .. E. 1st St..
Burd:r.
IT IS TRUE
THAT ONE MANS FOOD IS
ANOTHER MANS POISON
EVERY PERSON IS A LAW UNTO
HIMSELF AND SHOULD HAVE
THEIR OWN INDIVIDUAL
CHART OF FOODS
Which Indicate their food compatlhllitv
'oods that keep the vitality at
:ts highest peakfoods that will make
one resistant to disease and prolong
life.
All people are allergic to some foods
which cause lowered vitality. !
ince and disease. To int -.
the re TTkab!e features of the
RADIONIC SHORT WAVE
VIBRATORY METHOD
-'. physical analysis and for testing
and selection of foods
A FREE DEMONSTRATION AND
PRELIMINARY TEST WILL BE
MADE. INCLUDING CONSULTATION
REGARDING FOOD AND HEALTH
PROBLEMS
without charge o' obligation of anv
kind.
Call telephone 2-7!s. for an early
DR. E STANLEY PIERCE
ORTHO-ANATOMIST
CHIROPRACTOR
C-artua'e p. s c.
Ml Ex.-hange Hotel
OFFICE SERVICE
new OFFICE service for mlmeo-
hlng, stencils, public steno-
graphy bookkeeping, addressing, no-
tai: publli -;
v imports and systems ind for
Income tax papers.til I cadf. Phone 3-)>l A. L. MEHIIIFIELD
PI .' ibing and Gas Fitting
Repairs and Sepl :. Work
All
large and
small ins- illations, 111 N E
_>^____I j
TAILORING
MAC
Beach.
_____G. C McCAUGHAN
OPTICIAN
BELL AND BELL Plumbing Co. (Jen.
| Ouaran-
:'- i .v. b t<
small. Prompt Sei
'hi leal in I
> lh- M1M. P. O. Box 7>S Littl.
DR. LEONARD W. HASKIN
Specialising in Eve Examir...
Fitting and Renalrlng of
GLASSES
141 N. E. First St. Phone :
COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
CONVENIENT TERMS
C. J p"LPS. Pl.imbinj-and Heatlns
ig. Gas Piping. Lawn
- systems. Repairing .md
laltV. Tel .
L1S2u,h, Ava.. BIscayne Plain
"dr.. v,i~] Beach.
REFRIGERATORS
ORNAMENTAL IRON
DECORATIVE HOUSE VTJMBERS
PULLEM
METAL CRAFTSMEN ORNAMENT-
AL IRON SCREEN DOORS
395 N. E. 7th St. Phone T-1SJS
PLASTERING
PIERRE
DESIONER-IMPORTER
line Merchant Tailors
BRITISH DOE SKIN
Made into distinctive Ladles' -
i-a i* Garments or <><<> >>y !h
1140 LINCOLN ROAD
_. Phone E-ltlt
nirrt A. Vacra. 15 Years on th-
---------------. Beach
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
WE move von anywhere In u. '
edI and Insured carriers. Ph >
f Silddath Movin- nnd RI
"'" '" """ "-'"i-lnni citi-i
TREE MOVING
W. JOHN H. WHITFIELO
nl .t,'Z.,avd '-nds.-aPlng. Tree- mm
v-Z? -.*'** Re',, f references. 12!
S- w -th St. Phone 7-.1727.
PLASTERING, stucco and oeneral r..
pairs. Patchino a specialty; esti.
mates. Phone 4-3853.
ATTKNTI"N_Aranm.nt ho.
nd managers, realtors hanks
men and restaurants. Stand-
ard makes Refrigerators Range.
I and factory recorded.
rT,;. .Rt,,rl-rato guaranteed
and serviced by our own factory re.
vla,pnrrK'nMr- *" SS" n'l
vina,%.Frj?i'1air''', Mayflower.. Kel.
1. "...J "iversals. Oen. Electric
WMt Flagler St. Phone 3-7072
UPHOL8TERING
TOWER UPHOLSTERING SHOP--
i.eneral furniture upholstering. ISH
r-t. ; .... st nN,r Tower Theatre:
n.i "' P*<-ialitlnr Slip Covers.
"'Pairing. Cushions: 3-plece wicker
repainted 17.00
___WINDOW CLEANINQ
r'OMPI.RTE w|ndow ,|n|nfi i,n"or
service and floor waging: alwayl
,,.'-?', wnrk b>" reliable bonded work
Jn. Miami Reach exclusive. Baaton's
Window Cleaners, Ph. J-1031.


FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE ELEVEN
YOURS TO OWN--YOURS TO SERVE WITH!
THUS LOVELY TABLEWARE WELL
BE YOUR PROUD LIFELONG POSSESSION
Truly Such An Amazing Offer May
Never Come to You Again
BEAUTIFUL 6-PIECE UNIT OF
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 SALAD FORK
2 TEASPOONS 1 SOUP SPOON
1 DINNER FORK 1 DINNER KNIFE
(Solid HandleStainless Steel Blade)
6 Beautiful Pieces------Pure Silver Plated Rich
Lustrous SILVERWARE That Beautify Your Table
Something You've Always Wanted
Beautiful Silverware! All women love ft but few women own it.
Picture your table set with rich, lustrous silverware. Picture serving
your guests with the famous ROGERS SILVERWARE I To the thous-
ands of women who have always wanted this we have an announce-
ment 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 Table-
ware Excellence. No longer need you envy other women, no longer
need you just hope for fine tableware ... but you, too, can now enjoy
lovely ROGERS SILVERWAREto enrich your table, to evoke the
admiration of your guests.
Heavy QualityGuaranteed 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 addi-
tion 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. \ou
obtain a new subscriber for the Jewish Floridian and you get the
unit free or pay only 99c, and a coupon which '& gj
Jewish Floridian. Imagine 6 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 un-
usual 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 mv services in obtaining this subscription.)
"I
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 sil-
verware described, to
Name ..................................................
City ...................................................
Address ................................................
(Mail Orders 15c Extra) __________
Take Advantage of this Unusual Offer and
Obtain Your Unit of Silverware





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PAGE TWELVE
THE JEWISH FLORLDIAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938

MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A KELLNER. RabV.
RABBIS RESIDENCE: -9 S. W. 1Jth Court; Phsne S-5'
FITCH IS MAKING
AN ACTIVE RACE
SCHEDULE OF SER\ iCES
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Florida Legislature the
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committee
sored t-.e Education*'. Ai
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th-ough the Senate to
conclusion which gave the te
state their par from t-.e
state and rr.ade possible
school terms and better pay :
teachers Futch is a true I
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llMaartil, Gaa OB Stomach. Calda. I
boa. "Iteming After" and Moeealer 1
Just drop on* or two ALKA-SELTZKB tablets fe-
te a glass of water. Watch It bubblelisten to It Dec.
Af soon at tablet Is dissolved, drink tha tang* nhrtfae,
Alka- Seltzer
Tablets!
(Analgesic isaaaaaaej
Ton will really enjoy tha tests more like
water than like medicioa.
ALKA-SELTZER, when dissolved in watar,
tains an nlgir (Sodium Acctyl-SaUcylaU),
rabevca pain, while ita alkaliring agenta help to
raet everyday ailment* associated with hyperacidity*
Your druggist baa ALKA-SELTZER. Oat
or 60c package oo our "saUafaction-or-monay-
guarantea.
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Guard your Freshness
with a Cigarette
.that's always FRESH
WHEX you're out for an evening of fun,
don't take chances with Stalt cigarettes. Stick
to fresh Double-Mellow Old Golds. Never
dry. never soggy. Old Golds are your safe-
guard from "Cigarette Hang-Over".
FRESHNESS is guaranteed to you in
Old Golds by the special way they're packed.
The EXTRA jacket of Cellophane double-seals
the package; brings you FACTORY-FRESH
Old Golds in any climate, anywhere.
Be selective about your cigarettes. The
makers of Double-Mellow Old Golds hare
been making fine tobacco products since
George Washington's day. You get Lorillard's
tobacco skill, at its best, in Double-Mellow
Old Golds. The choicest tobaccos; factory-jrtsb.
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