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

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

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

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VOLUME H.NUMBER 10.
Qaa&mm Tlhe Jewish Unity .
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938
F
PRICE FIVE CENTS
TO MEEET HERE
For the first time In the history
of the State, Florida Rabbis, Re-
form, Conservative and Orthodox,
will bold a convention in Miami,
Sunday and Monday, March 13th
and 14th.
The convention will begin
with a reception for the visiting
Rabbis at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Jacob H. Kaplan, Sunday evening
at 8:00 o'clock.
Monday morning a special meet-
ing will be held at Temple Israel,
at which time the Rabbis will plan
definite action on many Jewish
matters of importance to the Jew-
ish people of the State of Florida.
This will be a closed session.
The open Mass Meeting of the
convention will be held at Beth
David Synagogue, Monday evening
March 14th at 8:00 p. m. The gen-
eral subject of the speakers of
that evening will be "Jewish Unity
In the Camp of Israel," and Rabbis
of note will participate In this
symposium.
The arrangements committee,
consisting of Miami Rabbis, an-
nounces that the following Rabbis,
will attend the convention:
Rabbi Israel Kaplan, and Rabbi
Morris D. Margolis, Jacksonville;
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld, Daytona
Heach; Rabbi David L. Zielonka
iid Rabbi Adolph Burger, Tampa;
Rabbi Martin Friedman, Pensa-
rola; Rabbi Abstbaum and Rabbi
Piser Jacobs, St. Petursburg; Rab.
bi Carl N. Herman, West Palm
Beach and Rabbi Morris A. Skop,
Orlando.
CHIEF PLANNED
MASSACRE OF
ROUMANIA JEWS
Prague (WNS)Zella Codreau.
chieftain of the anti-Semitic Iron
Guard, was exiled from Roumania
shortly after the fall of the Goga.
Cuza regime because it was discov-
ered that he was plotting the as-
sassination of a large number of
prominent Jews, it is reported in
the Czech press.
The papers here claim that the
Roumanian authorities came into
possession of a secret death list
containing the names of such prom-
inent Jews as Chief Rabbi Nlem-
erower and Dr- Theodore Fischer,
president of the Jewish Party.
LESTER HORE.BELISHA
Jewish Minister of War In the
British Cabinet, who is expected
to become Air Minister to reor.
ganlze the air forces of Great
Britain in recognition of hit ser-
vice* to the Empire-
Labor Committee
Bars Cooperation
With Communists
New York (WNS)-After hear-
ing Ab Cahan, editor of the Jewish
Dally Forward, and B. C. Vladeck.
majority leader of the New York
City Council, warn against permit-
ting Communists to share in the
activities of the organization, the
National Jewish Labor Committee's
first national convention adopted
by overwhelming majorities, two
resolutions which rejected the co-
operation of Communist groups in
the fight against anti-Semitism and
Fascism. One resolution pledged
the Jewish Labor Committee and
its affiliated bodies to "unallen-
able adherence? to the principles
of democracy and freedom and re-
jecting cooperation with any or.
ganization that upholds dictator-
ship of any sort." The other au-
thorized the executive committee
"in the struggle against Fascism
and anti-Semitism to unite, for
specific actions with other organi-
zations, Jewish as well aa non-Jew-
ish, on condition that these organ.
ization8 uphold the principles of
freedom and democracy in all
countries."
Other resolutions adopted by the
1200 delegates representing 50f),-
000 organized Jewish workers,
pledged cooperation to the Ort,
support for Jewish vocational
training, a $1.00 per capita tax to
promote the organization's work,
intensification of the anti-Nazi boy-
cott, a fight against anti-Jewish
discrimination in America and aid
to the Jewish masses of Europe in
their struggle to remain In the
lands where they now are. Mr.
Vladeck, who was re-elected chair-
man of the Committee, reported
that the organization had raised
$101,000 for the Jews in Poland
during the past year. Speakers at
the convention included Mayor La
Guardia and Senator Robert F.
Wagner. Both assailed anti.Sem-
ilstm and stressed the importance
of defending democracy.
BRITISH JEWS TO
CONTINUE WAR
AGAINST NAZISM
London, (WNS)Hitler's recent
demand that the British press end
its attack on Germany will bring
no cessation in the attacks by
British Jews on Nazi Germany.
Leonard Monteflore, president of
tht Anglo.Jewish Association, told
a meeting of that organization.
"We cannot accept the position
that Nazi leaders should be free
to bring what accusation they
please about Jews and that we
must submit to such things in si-
lence because It involves criticism
of foreign states." Mr. Monteflore
said. "Ah long as Jews and Juda-
ism are traduced and vlllified, as
long as these slanders are spread
by Nazi sources to the four quar-
ters of the world, we cannot allow
silence to be imposed upon us."
PROMISES
FIRMNESS
Jerusalem. (WNS Palcor Agency
Promising an administration In
which firmness and impartiality
would be the keynote. Sir Harold
MacMlchael made a direct plea to
the people of Palestine to end "the
dangerous tension" after remind-
ing them that Arabs and Jews had
both gained by the unselfish pro-
tection of Great Britain. His 10-
minute address over the facilities
of the Palestine Broadcasting Sta.
tion, but delivered from Govern-
ment House, indicated that the new
High Commissioner plans to plunge
immediately Into the problems
which already engage his attention
although he arrived only Thursday.
Within a half hour after the High
Commissioner had closed hia broad
cast, a number of shots were fired
in the vicinity of Talpioth. Jerusa-
lem suburb which is adjacent to
Government House, the residence
of the High Commissioner.
Outlining the proposed basis of
his administration. Sir Harold In-
voked the assistance of Palestine's
Inhabitants in his difficult task.
His "first duty," he declared, "is
to maintain the King's authority
through the firm esablishmen of
law and order, which Is not only
implicit in the terms of the Man-
date but is most imperative in the
interests of the inhabitants of Pal.
estine, the British Empire and the
welfare of the world looking to the
Holy City," After paying tribute to
the military officers in Palestine
whom he said he would support
fully. Sir Harold stated that there
must be many of every creed and
nationally who deplored the af-
fairs now disgracing the country.
"Whether they are few or many,"
he added, "those who are on the
side of peace deserve all'help. We
must particularly cleanse public
opinion by permitting the general
restoration of a perspective of
sanity and by the creation of an
atmosphere of reconciliation, en.
abling all to settle down to an or-
derly life-
There will be no slackening In
the efforts for the development of
the country Sir Harold assured his
listeners, but added that it Is ob-
vious that "the pace of progress
is hampered and will continue to
be hampered owing to the lack of
security and good will." But Pal-
estine, he declared, cannot be sav-
ed merely by economic processes.
The return to normality will be
helped by finding opportunities for
and the substitution of the plow-
share Instead of the sword and by
providing work and a higher stan-
dard of living for the mass in place
of poverty and distress. Insecurity
he warned, is fatal to industry
while vast sums are needed for the
protection of life and property
which might be used for other pur.
poses.
HOOVER FLAYS
NAZISM IN TALK
WITH HITLER
New York (WNS)Former Pres.
ident Hoover bluntly told Chance-
lor Hitler that the United States
"never will become reconciled to
understanding or even having the
slightest tolerance for Nazism as
a political and national creed,"
Pierre J. Huss, Berlin correspon-
dent of International Newsservice,
declares in reporting on the meet-
ing of Hoover and Hitler. Mr.
Huss' dispatch reads as follows:
"For the first time In his career,
Adolf Hitler heard from an Ameri-
can statesman a forthright denun.
elation of Nazism as a practical
and enduring force in world af-
fairs. The detractor, speaking
straight from the shoulder, was
Herbert Clark Hoover, thirty-first
president of the United States, who
spent forty minutes in private au-
dience with the Fuehrer. Hitler
barred Hoover's personal press at-
tache from the meeting, but a re.
liable source revealed to this cor-
respondent their conversation de-
veloped into one of the most re-
markable ideological clashes in re-
cent times.
Hoover bluntly informed Hitler
the United States never will be.
come reconciled to understanding
or even having the slightest toler-
ance for Nazism as a political and
national creed- He declared furth-
er American democratic ideals re-
ject the fundamental principles on
which the Nazi regime is based and
on whiclt it flourishes- Hoover,
according to this well-informed
source, went so far as to even bold,
ly intimate his own doubts as to
durability of the Nazi ideology
within the borders of Germany it-
self. Hoover expressed keen in-
terest in the German housing pro-
gram. The Fuehrer thereupon
painted a glowing picture of Nazi
progress within the past five years.
Hitler took occasion to reassert
the peaceful alms of the Nazi re.
gime, while insisting on Germany's
right to full equality. It was dur-
i in" this stage of the conversation
that Hoover reputedly voiced his
own strong opinions about Nazism.
Czech Jews Warned
Of Internal Strife
Prague (WNS)Alarmed by the
use to which anti-Semites have
been putting internal Jewish dis-
putes throughout Czechoslovakia,
the supreme council of the Jewish
communities of Bohemia. Silesia
and Morvia made public a mani-
festo calling on the Jewish popula.
tion to end internal strife, mutual
denunciations and any acts that
might stir resentment among non-
Jews.
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.
FEDERATION
IS URGED HERE
The establishment of a Federa.
tion of Jewish organizations to
unite all gathering of funds and
solicitations in the Greater Miami
area for the coming year was urg-
ed on Jewry of this area in a res-
olution unanimously adopted by
the local B'nal1 B'rlth Lodge at its
meeting last Tuesday night.
Leaders of Miami Jewry who at-
tended explained the local sltua.
tion and the resolution urges that
a Federation of Jewish organiza-
tions be effected Immediately, so
that one concerted drive for the
raising of funds in this area would
be possible to provide funds for
local Jewish organizations such as
the Jewish Welfare Bureau. Anti-
Defamation work, educational work
and similar work locally: for Pal-
estine. Joint Distribution Commit,
tee. and over-seas relief: for Yesh-
Ivos and educational'lnstitutions in
the United States and" abroad; and
for the combatting of anti-Semitism
through the American Jewish Con.
gress. the American Jewish Com-
mittee, the B'nal B'rith, as well as
for hospitals, orphanages and aged
homes in the United States."
The local Lodge with a member-
ship exceeding four hundred will
engage aclvely in this work.
Germany to Abandon
Haavara Pact, Seen
Berlin (WNS)Failure of the
German government to renew the
Havarra pact for more than three
months has given rise to the belief
here that the agreement under
which German Jews emigrating to
Palestine may take a portion of
their capital with them in the form
of German goods will ultimately
be denounced by the Reich author-
ities.
Hitherto the renewal has always
been for 12 months. In the four
years since the pact was signed,
the German Palestine transfer
agreement resulted In the transfer
of $22,500,000 In Jewish capital to
Palestine.
SHARON WEITZ
Inspector of Forests for the Jew.
ish National Fund, shown with
his Mauser, which he used in
pelling ambushers recently while;
returning from the Lapidus Na-
tional Forest, an A. Z. A. project
in Palestine.
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PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
United Jevrsft Campaign
Worker^ tc Meet
An important mating of officers
and workers of the United Jewish
Campaign for Miami Ud M:a~:
-. nll be held next Tuesday
b 15. at noon at the F
Kosher Resuurant. T-
I -e campaign will fcr
r. ar.d ;lacs to aid in the f-.-rr.--
iiioc cf Jewlal
fare organizations In -t:i area win
be discussed.

Amity Club to Hold
Moonlight Sail
The Amity Cub of Greater Mi-
. : :il bold a Moonlight Sail on |
Saturday evening. March 12 on the
? ayne Boat beginning a: I I
~ These enable to leaTe at the
JwlgHfi lime will hare an op. \
-:ty to leave a: lO'd as the
boat will return to the docks fcr
..-- ::..- Refreshments and
r.g will be provided. Tickets
ire available from Sidney Rosen.
:nan and Sam Greens'* n. co
man or from any cmd rr.em-
:-;..-: is cordially ll
. as a pleasant evening is

Party to Initiate
Membershp Drive
Tbe Ye-unz Women Aa>
iation wl I KtM the Hrst '' a
series of events in their member-
ship drive with a membership
f -.- at the Y. clubroomi '.''.' B
W. Fifth Street on Tuesday ..-:-.-
ing. March 15, at i:00 O'clock. In
charge of arrangements are Mrs.
Maran Shindel. membership chair-
man and Miss Dora Rosenhouse.
program chairman. The program
for the evening will include a mes-
sage of welcome from Miss Ida
Bugler, pres.dent of the Y. W. H.
A Mrs. Dale Junes, president of
the Young Women's Christian As-
sociation, who will speak on her
reanlzatlon and Mrs. I. M. Wein-
who will speak o nthe Y. W.
H. A. Ann Cassell from the Elean-
or Rubin Studio of Music. Beri
vocal selections, the Dora
Rosenhouse of Dramatic Art will
era] readings and se-
lections will be given on the gnlt r
All members, their friends and
rlsitori are cordially invited to at-
tend A social hour will follow the
| am.

Oneg Shabbat to be
Held
The Oneg Shabbat or Sabbath
Tea of the Miami Chapter of Sen-
ior Hadasajh will be held this Sat.
at the Hotel Mayflower.!
~ Alton Road. Miami Beach '
from 2:00 until 4 00 o'clock. T-.e_
guest speaker wil! be Judge Har? \
M Fischer, of Chicago, who is an.
authority en Zionist affair*. There
will be tradition*! Hebrew songs
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein has arranged
the program. The hostess-
the afternoon will be Mrs. Leo
Eisenstein Mrs. Larry Fay. Mrs
Alex Goldstein- Mrs Jack Miller.
Levy; publicity
Ethel Mintzer; party
o hear -.he opera' responding secretary. Shirley /In.
broadcast, the lecture *nd the ger; treasurer. Dorothy Morris; au-
lively discussion that follows ev. ditor. Leno
err lecture. Mr. Puschkoff. the chairman,
author of two books on Palestine chairman. Eva Wern.koff; we. are
gave a delightful little talk in Yld- ( Betty Barnet.j ho.pltal-,
FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938
Mrs Morris Alpert treasurer for
Miami Beach. Reservations for
this event must be made in ad-
vance and my be made in advanc a
by phoning Mrs- Jack Cohen at
5-3768.

Orchestra In Neeu
of Assistance
Because of the lack of transpor.
tation facilities for members of
the Jewish orchestra organized rt-
cenily under the direction of A.
Bramson, and the lack of orches-
trated music, services of this or-
ganization will temporarily be sug-
s.c a ucupuiiui ..>....-------~----- ni__- .-,1 chii- ganiZ'lloII "ill icuiliuioinj utr us-
dish and the audience applauded Ity chairman. Berri R.ppa and Shir ^^ ^ orchestra whlch ^
ed six times for various Jewish or-
him warmly. Mrs. Greenfield read ley Erstling.
some of the poems of the renowned Installation of the officers wok composed of Jews:
h0 lace last Wednesday at t
; y incea R"se Katz.
Mrs. Joel Rauzin.
Senior Hadassah to Meet
ret
Hadassah will be held cr.
Monday. March 14. on the roof of
Ucaaajr Hotel a: 2:0Q o'clock.
teia has prepared
a playlet in thi -f the
membership drive w I
place thia week The cast in.
he following: Mrs. J. R- Margolis.
- .-:: as priedui
0;penheim. Mrs. Toblai -
M Leon Stoller. Mra. Miltcn
Travers. Mrs. Joseph Williamson.
lira. Morris Plant ?nd Mrs Frank
Coret, co-chairmen of the Jewish
National Fund, especially reqjes
all members to please take their
J. N F. boxes to this meeting so
that the funds may be collected.

Or. Grots to
Address Meeting
The public is cordially invited
to hear Dr. Rose Gross when she
speaks before the meeting of Ju-
nior Hadassah on Monday evening
March 14th. at Beth David Talmud
Torah at B:M o'clock.
Dr. Gross is a Rhodes scholar
and she has recently -.von a Gng-
egnheim Fellowship, She is a crit-
ic and poetess of note.
A humorous playlet will be pre-
sented by a group of Junior Hadas-
Bah members during the evening
and several other numbers will
feature the program.

Group Studies Spinoza
The life of Reason'' was the
topic of Dr. Wolfson's twelfth ad.
dress before the Spinoza Group
last Saturday afternoon. More
than two hundred men and wo.
men gathered on the iawn of Dr.
poet. Mr. Philip Raskin.
-I.
Next Saturday afternoon the
group w:ll meet again on the lawn prominent Educator to
' leSI Collins Avenue. Miami Lecture Here
Beach Dr Wolfson will speak OB j.>cob Pot, of Poland, well
SpiBOsa'i Interpretation of the known lecturer and educator will
Bible. All are welcome, no charge nrriTe in Miami under the auspices
The Spinoza Group also naeeta | the workmen's Circle Branch
every Wednesday evening on the gqo to deliver a lecture on "The
lawn of M69 Collins Avenue to jew in Poland." at Beth David
as-ror.oniy. Dr. Wolfson has Talmud Torah Hall Monday even-
a fine modern telescope and he jng March 3L at S:30 o'clock. Mr.
welcomes all to come and see the pot who was an official of the Ed-
wonder? and mysteries of the sky. a-ion Department of Poland and
who has traveled extensively
America's
Most Beautiful
eyhound Track
Busses from Burdiiie"s
Direct to Track, 10c
Only 3 Miles From
Downtown Miami
UJEfTFLfiGLER
KEM1EL CLUB
Slann-Feuer Marriage
Nuptials Performed
Palms and white flowers formed
an artistic background for the
marriage of Miss Jeanette Blann,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David L.
Slann. to Clarence Feuer. son of
Mrs. Carl Press, last Friday after.
noon at the home of the bride's
parents. Dr. Jacob Kaplan offi-
ciated.
Miss Irene Slann. sister of the
bride, was maid of honor and Mrs
Gus Feuer. sister-in-law of the
. ,.___________.,, # ur Hollywood Reach Hotel. Wednes.
bridegroom, was matron of honor. '*
Gus Feuer was his brother's best
throughout Europe will speak in
Yiddish of conditions inSpain, Ger-
many. Italy and other European
countries as affecting the life of
Jews in Poland- Splendid and well
informed speaker. Mr. Pott who
has spoken to large audiences
throughout the world is expected
to attract a capacity audience here-

Council to Hold Dinner Dance
The Miami Section of the Nat.
ional Council of Jewish Women
will sponsor a dinner dance at the
man.
The bride has resided in M ami
for 11 years and Is a graduate of
Miami senior high school. She also
attended the Dnlreriaty of Georgia
where she was a member of I%!ta
Phi Epsilon BOrorlty and Alpha
Lambda and Zodiac honorary BO.
cietjes.
Mr. Feuer has lived in Miami
for 22 yearn, He attended the Uni-
versity of Florida and I? a member
of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity and
is now associated with the Dade i
Federal Savings and Loan Asso- I
elation-
Following the ceremony a buffet
supper was served for members of
the bridal party and relatives. Mr
and Mrs. Feuer left Saturday on
'he North Star for a trip td
West Indies.

Returns frcm Tour
Mrs. Sara Harris has returned to
her home on Miami Beach after a
1 mile air tour of the Weal
Indies and South America.

Entertains in Honor of
Birthday
Donald Goldberg, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Goldberg cf Detroit, cel-
ebrated his eighth birthday with
a party at the Victor Hotel. Guests
attend.ng were Mary Lee Adler.
Beatrice Goldberg. Richard Charles
Adier. Donald Goldberg, Neil Good,
man. I.ila Feldman and Donald
Harrison.

Sorority Elects Officers
Tri Beta Sorority elected offi-
cers last week as follows:
President. Jane Bronner; vice
president. Shirley Levy, recording
secretary. Harriett Palmer; cor-
day evening. March 23. beginning
at 5:15 o'clock, when a special
floor show will be presented. In
charge of arrangements is Mrs.
Jack Cohen, general chair an.
who is being assisted by Mrs, Nat
Williams, Mrs. Jack Simon and
Mrs. I. Wohl in charge of tickets
at the door. Mrs- Milum T
Mrs. Bertha Rosenbere in charge
of telephone solicitation. Mrs- Jos-
eph Williamson. Mr-. Sidney L.
Arnson. Mrs. Henry Barnhard. Mra
A. Rubin, treasurer for Miami and
boys and girls and are being given
a training in Jewish music. Thos<-
in a position to offer the use of
autos for transportation of mem-
bers of the orchestra to and from
weekly rehearsals are asked to ad-
vise Mr. Bramson, the director-

Annual Concert to be Gala Event
The second annual concert fea-
turing Cantor Maurice Mamches i [
Beth Jacob Congregation will be
held at Beth Jacob Synagoguee 311
Washington Avenue, Miami Beai h
on Sunday evening, March 87
8:30 o'clock. Cantor Mamches
will be heard in an elaborate pro-
gram whieh will include both Utur.
gfcal and folk compositions. He-
will also sing several operatic se-
lections appropriate to the occa-
sion- Among the assisting artists
will be Alexander Drucker and his
Russian String esemble, and a
number of outstanding instrument-
al and vocal artists now in this
area. Cantor Mamches la being s-
sisted by the officers and members
of both the Congregation and its
Sisterhood, from whom tickets may
be purchased.
IN MEMORY
T of
RAYMOND SIMON
who passed away March '4.
1935, Adar 9, 5695
Our hearts are still as heav/
As when you went away.
The time rolls swiftly onwa-d
It has been three years ago
today.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938
VOLUME IINUMBER 10
A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION
lime at our next membership 'Pep"
meeting directed by the master ar-
tist of the vocal chordsthe maes-
tro Leo Elsenstein., tenor par ex.
cellenceseriously speaking we
look forward to a royal good time
at the next meeting and, believe
it or not. Leo can put it over if he
wants toand Leo wants to, this
timeso well be on the Job and
enjoy a real good time you bet.
B
It's been suggested that a howl-
ing team be organized by Sbolem
Lodgethat the pins be painted to
represent Hitler, C.oering, Goeb-
bels. Stretcher, and a few others
of these gentryand that a portion
of the bowling fee8 go to charity-
how about It boys. What a glor-
ious feeling when you'll throw the
ball.
B
Nathan Adelman says he'll be a
papa soonthat his A. Z. A. boys
will really be born this time and
there will be no miscarriages at
allgood luck Nathan.
B
Here re Shaloch Monos sugges-
tions: Elrycrowded meetings
Pallotmembers willing to listen
to speechesMilt Friedman ditto
Ben Le Vine, mails full of mem.
Your Purim Gift For
Water Afforestation
The J. N. F. Fund
SOCIETY
Rudyfour njghtofstar a year
Ike Levin, a vile smelling pipe and
a lodge ever growing In number
Nate Adelmanrepartee right on
bersmuch nachas.
'
When Sholom Lodge of B'nai B'rith, the largest organiza-
tion in this area, with a membership close to the five hundred
mark, adopted resolutions this week urging an end to haphazard
solicitations.....when it emphatically urged the formation
of a Jewish Welfare Federation to make one drive annually for
local institutions and local work, for national institutions for the spot and not week ,a,er and
Palestine, the J. D. C, and general overseas relief, including '
Yeshivos......it made a step in the right, in the logical
direction......
The Jewish Floridian has been battling these many weeks
to arouse an interest on the part of local Jewry to the necessity
of following the examples of other cosmopolitan cities......
the fear of so many cities that certain religious institutions who
collect considerable monies in this area will be overlooked and
ignored, we believe to be baseless......we feel that an equit-
able representation on a Federation Board of Directors will safe-
guard all interests.....that a proper and fair budgeting of
allotments will result in far more money reaching the individual
institution than their collections have netted them in the past
.....of course it will.....and we are frank to say it will
be the object of such a Federation to eliminate once and for all
from this area such collectors, such meshulochim, such institu-
tions that cannot prove the necessity of their existence.....
of the worthiness of their cause and purpose......
t v aj .*,..-.. MOLLY PICON
Let the action of the B nai B'nth be but a fore-runner of Noted Yiddish comedienne whose
real, concerted, and worthwhile action on the part of general voice is often heard on the Jew-
Miami Jewry. ish Floridian program over Sta.
and Moravia made public a meni-
The Beth David Sisterhood will
hold a Purim Dinner on Sunday
evening. March 20, at the Beth
David Talmud Torah. In charge
of arrangements is Mrs. Jacob
Kngler, general chairman, who will
be assisted by the Mesdames B.
bership duesSidney, self taking Handle. Abbott, H. Sutan, J. Harts,
minutes and a little "nonchalance" I A- Rubin. H Weinkle and J. Hope
MARY JANE DODD
"AMBASSADRESS
OF GOOD WILL"
B'NAI B'RITH
BRIEFS
And so the crowd gathered at
our last meetingand as equally
the crowd dwindled when the hour
grew lateso that barrister Stoler
decided that the master-piece of
oratory he had tirelessly concocted
and laboriously prepared would not
have sufficient auditorsand wise-
ly or otherwise determined to in-
flict upon an unsuspecting broth-
erhood at a later dayentreaties
of President Stone to the contrary
not withstanding, mattered not
and so we shall listen to the per-
oration at a later day.
fl-
Our honorable secretary grew
red in the faceindignation mount-
ed high on the patrician forehead
and in dire despair, proclaimed
he"You're nuts." and all this, we
pray your indulgence, was directed
to the grand exalted and mighty,
the vice-president"Nlsht gedaiget
It will a|| come out in the wash.
Sidney."
-. :
Imagine Levin pitted against Le
Vinethe money must be saved.
and so to the rescue came the
faithful legion and the MONEY
WAS SAVEDand the vote was
decisivewho says Ben Briths
don't think for themselves.
B
Solocitor Abe made a fine speech
Barrister Jack understood him
not a bitTenor Leo unable to
fathom any of the perorations of
both Barristers, spoke of some,
thing elseand the poor members
listened and knew not what it all
was about.
B
Splendid report our treasurer
presentedclear, concise, analyti-
cal and telling us in a word Just
where we stoodmuch credit Ben
and we all appreciate It.
B
We predict Sholem Lodge will
soon be the factor In the public
life of Greater Miami that it should
bewhat with all the able mem-
bers who not only talk but act as
wellIn the charitable, religious,
civic and general communal life
of this area. In everything worth
while you will find a Ben Brith on
the job-
B
We're promised a royal good
Jacksonville Notes
The March meeting of the Sen-
ior Hadassah Chapter was held
last Wednesday in the Jewish Cen-
ter, with Mrs. D. H. Lassarow pre-
siding. The program lor the day
was a book review "Tne Eternal
Road," a drama written by Franz
Werfel and given by Mrs. Israel L.
Kaplan. A social hour followed
the meeting and program.
The study group meeting of the
Senior Hadassah was held last
Thursday evening in the home of
Mrs. Ike Wltten. Mrs. Nat Cohen
gave a paper on the life of Chaim
Nachman Bialik.
The weekly meeting of the Es-
quire Club was held in the George
Washington hotel last Thursday
night. The greater portion of the
business meeting was devoted to a
discusion of plans for the April
Pool's dance, to be given April 2,
in the ballroom of the George
Washington hotel. The music com.
mlttee including Irving Sablow,
Julian Lehman and Harvey Leit-
man report that Johnny Entenza
and his orchestra has been engag-
ed and promise the dancers de-
lightful dance music-
Reports from the ticket comniit-
lowltz. MM Ida Engler will pre-
side as toastmistres8 during the
evening. The invocation will be
given by Mrs. Max Shapiro and
the benediction by Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Louis Hayman will
sing several Purim songs. Motion
pictures will be taken during the
evening and pictures will be shown
of the activities of the Sundiy
School during the past year.
Parents of the children who at.
tend Beth David are urged to be
present- The public is cordially
invited to attend-
* *
Entertain Prominent Guests
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin, long
time residents of Miami entertain,
ed last Tuesday night for Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Schlossbeig. secretary
of the Amalgamated Clothing
Workers of America, and chair-
man of the Palestine Cewerkschaf.
ton campaign. More than sixty
guests attended among them Mr.
S. Siegel who is in Miami in tlie
interest of the campaign which is
raising funds to provide tools for
the Chalutzlm in Palestine, Mr,
Monis Prellacboff, prominent
Zionist and representative of th"5
Day, Yiddish daily- As a result
of addresses by Mr. Siegel and Mi
Freilachoff a considerable sum wai
raised for the Gewerkschaften
campaign- Following the addres-
ses delicious refreshments were
served and folk songs given by all
attending.
a a a
Benefit Supper to be Given
Mrs. L. Marcus and Mrs. L- Men-
tzes are sponsoring a benefit sup.
per Sunday evening. March 13th,
beginning at 7:00 o'clock -at the
home of Mrs. Marcus. 828 Third
street. Miami Beach, for the bene-
fit of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid
Society and the Brooklyn Home
for Incurables. A musical program
will be presented- Admission will
be only fifty cents including the
supper. The public is urged to
attend-
Mary Jane Dodd, who made good
in the big city of Chicago, is now
making good on an international
scale.
Chosen to represent Chicago by
Station WCFL and the Illinois
Central System in the "Queen of
the Radio Party" beauty and tal-
ent contest held at Havana, Cuba,
last December. Miss Dodd was sel-
ected by President Jack Rice, of
the International Radio Club, to
be the Club's "Ambassadress of
Good Will" next summer when it
meets at Halifax, Nova Scotia, for
its 9th annual international radio
Party.
Each year the radio executives
and artists making up membership
tee consisting of Ben Abelson.
Bobby Jacobs and Cassius Elsman
show that a capacity crowd Is an.
ticipated from advance sale of
tickets. Various entertaining fea-
tures have been arranged carrying
out the spirit of April Fool.
Harvey Leitman is general chair-
man with Leonard Rosenberg as
co-chairman. They have as their
able assistants the following mem-
bers o fthe organization: Julian
Lehman. Arnold Silverberg,
of the Club, send to the convention
the fairest representatives of their
various communities and choose
from that group an "Ambassadress
of Good Will" for the ensuing year-
Because the prime object of the
Radio Club is the promotion of
good will and friendliness between
the people of North American na-
tions and communities. Miss Dodd
will exemplify the hearty good will
and friendliness of the United
States for their Canadian neigh-
bors.
A pupil of Nena Bohnar at the
Fine Arts Academy in Chicago, she
first entered radio broadcasting
five years ago. doing the vocal
numbers on Irma Glenn's organ,
programs over Chicago's WENR-
Later she sang over WCFL for two>
years, and toured with the George
Olsen and Henry Leyshon bands
for short periods.
Now but 19 years of age, the Ra-
dio Ambassadress is one of the
most beautiful young ladies so far
discovered by the International
Radio Club in its eight-year search
for young artists possessing both
beauty and talent.
Abelson. Albert Goldberg. Ellis
Katz, Load Dwoskln. Bobby Jac.
Ben I abs and Cassius Eiseman.

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THE JEWISH FLOMDIAli
FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1438
t -
I
i
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
135 N. W. 3rd Avenue
(MIAMI'S PIONEER
CONGREGATION)
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
102 N. W. 1tt Strt
Office Phne 1-1473
Horn* Pk*n 2-217*
LOUIS HAVMAN. Eiec. Sec. I
1t N. W. 5th Str*t
Phon 2-M74
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
be conducted by
Rabbi Mai Shapiro at Beth David
Synagogue. Friday evening at S 15.
Cantor Louis Hayman assisted by
the Beth David choir will chant the
liturglc melodies. In view of this
week's portion of law "Parshas
Zochor." Rabbi Shapiro w;li dis.
cuss the subject "Does Israel Re-
rr.ember?"
The members of the Young Judea
conducted the services last Friday
evening in a most beautiful man-
ner. Harold Shapiro and Jack
Mandell spoke strikingly about the
relationship between Israel and
I .
SABBATH SERVICES
Adult serv-ces will take place
Saturday morning at ? 30. Imme-
diately following these services,
the Junior Congregation wil". hold
I conducted by Howard
E hwarti Jack Mendell. Harold
E apiro and Stanley Hayman Par.
ents are urged to bring the.r C.il-
dren and enjoy "Oneg Shabbos."
Mrs L.Hartz will ser^e a "Kid-
:sh" immediately after the servv-
ices. All are welcome.
BETH DAVID TALMUD TORAH
We wish to adv:se the parents
that the spring semester of Beth
David Hebrew school will bezin
March 21. New classes are being
formed for the purpose of housing
the boys and girls who find it im-
possible to attend daily. Special
classes wiil meet twice a week and
parents are urged to register their
children Monday and Tuesday af- '
ternoon. March 21 aud 22. You will
regret the negligence shown by not
sending your children to our He.
brew school "Talmud Torah
K'neged Koolom" "The Study of
the Law or Hebrew has ; recedence
over everything!" Tak^ coenizance
of this fact.
OUR SUNDAY SCHOOL
-Jed dtjl dSjApe 01 t^si AV 'esop
r 01 Suimeip *! jaisatnas aqi
ents that any child who absents
himself for three consecutive Sun-
days without any plausible excuse
will not be permitted to take the
I final examinations and will have
to repeat the work next year. In
addition, no pupil who absents
'. himself for three consecutive -sun-
; days will be permitted to attend
the annual Sunday school picnic.
We desire a full attendance at our
Institution
THE RABBINICAL RADIO HOUR
Rabbi Max Shapiro conducted
the radio hour over station WIOD
last Sunday from 3: Of) to 4:00 p. m.
Cantor Louis Hayman with the
Beth David choir chanted appro-
priate numbers Rabbi Shapiro
said in part. "The greater the speed
by which a man can flee from
God and ethical living, the more
worthy is he considered. This Is
possibly the reason that at the
; resent day the individual has be.
cime identified with a party and
loses thereby his own individual-
ity. He speaks only in the name
of the party to which he belongs,
and its catchwords and slogans
are ever on his lips. The post
Noachian generation was called
"Dor Ha-Haflogo.""The genera-
tion of breaking away," well may
we call the present generation
"Dor Maflogo.""The generation
of parties" and the meaning is the
same, por they also try to build
a tower to protect them and sep-
arate them from their Father In
Heaven, and what would be an
impossible task for the individual '
Is rendered easy by the fact that
he belongs to a specific party or
organization. This may sound an
exaggerated statement, but there
can be no doubt that at certain
tlmei man feels himself obliged,
whether consciously or uncon.
scious'.y. to subject himself to a
i
DR. BERNARD KOHN
European Director of the Joint
Distribution Committee, now in
thi country for a visit
searching self-examination and to
an appreciation of his own worth,
but his adherence to party ties up-
sets and falsifies h.s standards of
conduct and of right, and erases
the natural boundary lines be-
tween right and wrong without re-
gard to the heart of soul of man.
Is that not true of the millions
of Germans in Germany. Polanl
and Roumania?AH you who fiee
from God and ethical liv.ng: Take
to heart the words of Jonah. "And
now. O Lord take. I beseech Thee,
my life from roe. for it is better for
me to die than to live."
All the sorrow and anguish in
this world of tears the world over
is caused by the fact that we flee
from ethical living and from the
benign presence of God, and if we
wish to be vouchsafed a good life,
then we must cease to flee from
Him. and then who can tell? Per-
haps God will turn away this fierce
anger and bestial satans in the
form of demagogues that we per-
ish not.
PURIM SERVICES
Purim will be ushered in Wed-
nesday evening Man ta 16. at sun-
set and the Megillaa Esther will
be read by Louis Gadoo at 7:30 p
m. Preceding the reading of the
Scroll Rabbi Max Shapiro will
speak briefly on "Is Haman Fac-
ing Us Again"" Th irsday morn-
ing the Megillah Will be read at
- 00 o'clock.
SOCIETY
Croup to be Held
The monthly discussion group of
the National Council of Jewish Ju-
niors will be held on Tuesday t-ve-
!n:ng. March 13 at 8:30 p. m.. at
{the Beth David Talmud Torah.
; Guest speaker for the evening will
I be Rabbi Abraham A- Kellner.
i whose subject will be "Modem
| Conditions in Central Europe." All
members and their friends are cor-
diallv Invited to attend.

Visits in Miami
Mr. Sam Ehrankrantz, of Prov.
idence. R L. is visiting in Miami
as the house guest of his sister and
brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs. I. Sli-
ver, and will remain here for sev-
eral weeks

Purim Dinner to be Held
The annual Purim Dinner spon-
sored by Beth David Sisterhood at
' its Talmud Torah Hall will be held
on Sunday evening. January 20th.
at 6:00 o'clock, with Mrs. Minnie
Busier in charge of general ar.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN
PAGE FrVaT
FEATURETTES
THE ANTIDOTE OF PUR1M
By ARTHUR J. LELYVELD
Purlm fun and laughter at an
antidote for Jewish tzoret are"
the subject of this entertaining
essay by Mr. Lelyvevld, publicity
director of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations and a
student at the Hebrew Union
College. ,
The Editor.
New knowledge forces us to re-
vise all previous theories about the
origin of the Book of Esther, ac.
cording to Professor Lucian Q.
Finklesnoop of the Jewish Insti-
tute for Biblical Research in an
article in the forthcoming J. I. B-
R. Yearbook for 2938.
Professor Finklesnoop claims to
have refuted the theory advanced
by Professor Ellry Qarbrlnger of
the Hebrew Academy for Bible
Study who in the H- A- B- s- An-
nual for 2921 claimed that Esther
was a product of the Post-Talmud
ic Age.
"It has been definitely establish
ed by my researches," Dr. Finkle-
snoop declared yesterday, "that
the Book of Esther is undeniably
a product of the early Dark Ages
or. to be more exact, the begin-
ning of the twentieth century."
Dr. Finklesnoop supports his
theory by citing many parallels
between the Biblical book and an
historical Incident which occurred
in the ancient kingdom of Ruh.
man. Ruhman itself is parodied
in the book by the name Shushan,
he says.
The central figure of the story,
the Jew-hater Haman the Agaga-
thite, can be equated with a viru-
lent, albeit all but forgotten anti-
Semite of that period, Professor
Finklesnoop continued. The He-
brew same of Haman is Haman
Ha.agogi, he pointed out, and the
name of the historical figure was
Octavius Goga. Goga was elevated
to power and quickly deposed by a
capricious king. Just as in the Bi-
blical story. This is also undubt-
edly the orlgn of the slang expres-
sion "gone ga-ga."
"The name of the king Is an-
other element In my proof," the
professor further remarked. "The
kng's name was Carol which Is un.
doubtedly the same as Carus or
Xeres or Achasveros"
Professor Flnklesnoop's clinch-
ing argument, however, lies In the
fact that this King Carol was ru-
mored to have had a Jewish mis-
tress. Her name, as reconstructed
by this eminent scholar, was Lupe-
aterobviously, the professor con-
cludes, the prototype of the book's
heroine, Esther.
This tomfoolery may strike you
as nonsensical, or witty, or as a
sober recital of a possible happen-
ing of a thousand years from to.
dayaccording to your resect or
disrespect for a certain type of pre-
tentious scholarship. But one thing
is certain. This sort of parody is
an eternal element in the Purlm
atory.
The Book of Esther presents a
pattern which crops out again and
again in the cloth of Jewish his-
tory. And though, in that pattern
the chief victim is the Jew him-
self, the story of Purlm has in-
vested It with something of the
comic. Why, only heaven (and
possibly Max Eastman) knows.
And so the Jew laughs. Purlm
enables him to laugh at his oppres-
sorswhether at Haman as a fun-
ny.looking little man with a but-
ton moustache under his low-com-
edy nose, or at some equally timely
spiritual descendant of the arch-
anti-Semite of the Bible.
And this laughter is no polite
"tittamatitta." Rather Purlm brings
in abundance what Dave Freed-
man Immortalized as the "yokchad-
ebokcha"the good.old belly laugh
The Jew throws back his head
and Indulges in hearty, soul-easing
laughter.
No divine command enjoins the
celebration of Purlm. On the con-
trary, Hayylm Schauss makes the
statement In a book on "The Jew-
ish Festivals," soon to be publish-
ed by the Union of American He-
brew Congregations, that "the au-
thor wrote his book (the Book of
Esther) as an explanation of an
old, heathen festival, in which it
would have been distasteful to In.
elude God and piety as conceived
by Jews."
But Purim has flourished because
the Jew wants to celebrate, because
Purlm is, above everything else.
fun. And so, though Jewish schol-
ars may pontlflcally assert, "Pur-
im is not a holiday," the folk-soul
of the Jew has ever responded "az
kadachas is keln krenkJust as
malaria is no sickness."
Thus, even the Insistence that
Purim is a "yuntlft" t*ltii the form
of a jest. The lighter side inevi-
tably makes itself felt whenever
(Continued on Page Eight)
FOOTNOTES TO
HISTORY
By RABBI MORDECAI L. BRILL
In Italy as part of tne Purlm cel-
ebration the children used to range
themselves in rows and then pelt
one another with nuts; while the
adults rode through the sreets
wiiii fir-branches in their hands
and after shouting or blowing a
trumpet round a doll representing
Haman they burned It at the stake.
XXX
On Purlm, It was held, every-
thing, or almost everything was
lawful. Thus the common people
argued and they took the occasion
to laugh at their Rabbis and to
wear grotesque masks. In some in-
stances the men attired themselves
in women's clothes and the wo-
men went clad as men even though
such behavior is forbidden by Bi-
blical command.
XXX
The Talmud humourously says
that a good Jew must drink wine
on Purlm until he can no longer
distinguish between the words
"Blessed be Mordecai" and "Curs,
ed be Haman." (The point of this
remark was derived from the num-
erical identity of the Hebrew words
forming the two phrases.
XXX
In 14th century Spain the book
of Esther was read In Spanish at
the Synagogue service in order
that the women present might also
be enabled to follow the story.
However after objections on the
part of certain Rabbis this custom
seems to have been done away
with.
XXX
The Rabbi Game, in which the
(Continued on Page Eight)
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
Tidbits From Everywhere
HEAR YE
It is a coincidence that the Ger.
man government ordered German
citizens in the United States to
clear oui of the German-American
Bund while the Bund's boss, Fritz
Kuhn. is In Germany?Kuhn went
to Naziland to powwow with Hitler
over future Nazi tactics here, and
Fritz'U be back on March 23rd with
a detailed plan of actionToo bad
he'll be a week late for the big par-
ley of the anti-Semitic "Big Five,"
scheduled for the Hotel Blltmoro
in New York on March 15thDue
to attend that confab are William
Dudley Pelley, Silver Shirt chief-
tain; James True; Robert Edward
Kil me unison ; a mystery man known
as Deltrich who has been operating
in the South; and Adrlen Arcand.
the "Hitler of Canada"Inciden-
tally, Arcand boasts that he can
read Yiddish and HebrewThe
other day he was guest speaker at
the pree Forum of McGIU Univer-
sity, Montreal, and nobody so much
as said "boo" when his lecture hit
a new anti-Semitic highCredit
the New York Advance, a neigh-
borhood weekly which is mllitantly
anti-Nazi althoungh published in
Yorkville, with a big scoopIt has
disclosed that the producers of
March of Time newsreel "Inside
Nazi Germany" cut out a couple of
definitely anti-Nazi scenes after
they had been filmedThe scenes
were made in New York, with anti-
Nazi Germans as the characters
If you're a subscriber to Story
Magazine and wonder why the
, PERPETUAL means of "gift
f\ giving" to needy Jews in
Poland and eastern Europe is
made possible by the Free Loan
Kassas, inaugurated by the Joint
Distribution Committee, and op-
erating with 11.000,000 of J.D.C.
funds as part of its capital.
The "gifts" are In the form of
Interest-free loans, upon which
more than 150,000 Jewish family
h?ads are dependent each year.
One of the most gladdening sights
and one of the most common
in any one of the 8M loan kassas
In Poland is illustrated by Photo
1, which shows an applicant re-
ceiving a loan. This loan often
is applied toward the payment of
license fees without which a Jew-
ish worker may be forced into
unemployment (Photo Z).
The free loan societies finance
new industrial activities where
JewUh workers are employed on
a cooperative basis as Photo 3 of
a tannery shows; or It may finance
a group of unemployed Jews as
dairy farmers (see Photo 4); ex-
tend a loan to this weaver In
Lodz to carry him over the slack
season or enable him to purchase
raw materials (Photo 5); or It
may open its doors to a group of
Jews whose businesses have been
ruined by rioters or the boycott
(Photo S). i
March issue was late, lend an ear
One of the features of the March
Issue was to have been a story by
Martha Dodd, daughter of the ex-
envoy to Berlin, in which she de-
scribed a romance between a Ger.
man girl and a Jew and gave a
vivid picture of an atrocity.For
some reason the publisher got
scared, stopped the presses and
killed the story.He is a German
Jewish refugee who In pre-Hltler
days was one of the big newspaper
publishers of Germany. Wonder
whether former Governor Han ill
G. Hoffman of New Jersey knows
that the anti-Semitic and pro-Nazi
Citizens Protective League Is a1-
vertising him as a coming speaker
under its auspices
XXX
BEHIND THE NEWS
A new Catholic film called "Mon-
astery," the first screen depiction
of the life and activities of the as-
cetic Trappist monks, was produc.
ed by a Jew, George KruskaA
couple of weeks ago Rabbi J. J.
Cohen of the Free Synagogue told
an American Jewish Congress
meeting in Pittsburgh that "the
sale of crucifixes in New York ll
increasing daily because Jewish
girls find it necessary to wear them
when they apply for a Job."To
wh'ch the Pittsburgh Catholic re
plied by reminding Cohen that a
crucifix Is an image of Christ on
a cross, and then went on in the
following vein: "It Is to be feared
that the Rabbi Is not up on the f>'
and fashions of the day. What tn^
Jewish girls and the Christian gin .
md the Mohammedan girls and all
the others who take their lessons
fro mTjpllywool are wearing aro
net crucifixesbut ornaments in
the shape of crosses.Until the fad
evaporates these crosses are noc
t'. be taken as Christian symbol?,
and Rabbi Cohen need not feel that
the Jewish girls are denying th?lr
faith by wearing them. Thev are
merely showing their allegiance tc
the Hollywood cult."Latest of
the societies to convert Jews is the
Now Jersey and New York Pales-
tine Prayer Fellowship which aim?
to pray for the JewsHead iuar-
ton are in West New York, N. J.
If R. Horace Bowley is elected a.
mayor of Nashville, enn., he ha?
anaounced, he wants his lnductor3
Into office to be a Protestan*
p-.eacher, a Catholic priest, a Jew
ish rabbi and "a righteous and r<
spected colored preacher to repif
sent his race"A new book on the
Jewish question will appear at the
end of the month and will propose,
as an answer to antl.Semltlsm.
that Jews give up their Individual-
ity, their customs, their purity
laws, the Talmud and their God
Pierre van Passen's book on his
adventures as a foreign correspon-
dent is in the publisher's hands
It Is called "Review of a Journey"
There are ominous rumors that
the British government has told
Welsmann either to accept parti-
tion as proposed or forget about
It entirelyWelzmann is in favor
of acceptance, and will urge so at
the coming Actions Committea
meeting in LondonLouis Fischer,
economic expert on the Soviet Un-
ion, Spain, etc., told ua the other
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PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938
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BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-77*3
RABBI COLMAN A. 2WITMAN
MO N. E. 3t St.MM
MIAMI
B be !r. the Tested* e\ct Ban
y. watt with the.T. en matters cone* mine; the Jewish cosimu-
jrour personal ; I You w:!l t-e ass-red sympathetic
and r.ed:*s* to say, ssicfc) :.:-.::-..- wli! be te!d in
:. :e.
FRIDAY NIGHT MAKE SO ENGAGEMENTS PAY NO VISITS-
GIVE NO PARTIES GO TO TEMPLE
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D.
69 flllUnnri Drive6-1266
MIAMI BEACH
Free Calendar Is
Offered to Jewish
Floridian Readers
We have arranged with H. J !
Heinr Company, the 17-vai
people, to continue sending the -4.
Hebrew English Calendar to
those readers of the Jewish
djan who request it.
If you have not yet received the
calendar, you may still obtain a
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. RabBl
326 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE O. MAMCHE8, Cantor
726 Meridian Avenue
Phone 5-2013
CONGREGATIONAL
-De not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Mlllel
At the regular services at Tem-
-rael. this Friday evening.
March 11. 1S>3*. Dr. Jacob JJ Kap-
:an will speak on a very vital prob-
lem concerning the Jewish Men*
mucity. His sermon will be en.
:- ; Why the Jews are B'.amed
'.or the Sins of Others
The services will be conducted
by Rabbi Co.man A. Zwitman-
s- ire held at >:15 p. m..
and are followed by a reception
tendered by the Sisterhood, to the
and worshippers of the con-
gregation Mrs Jack Bernstein is
man of the Friday evening
Sisterhood receptions.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
On Sunday afternoon. Mar
1S-3* :te Religious -School will cel-
ebrate the festival of Purim A
costume ball, with prizes for the i *'H sponsor a card party at the
Dade Council Boy Scouts fund.
Hadassah Infant Welfare
Our Religious School Fund is
going to send contributions to
many other Jewish institutions. A
futher listing will be given at the
end of March.
SISTERHOOD
The regular meeting of the Sis-
terhood took place on Monday.
March Tth. IMS at 2: 3 Jacob H. Kaplan, president, con-
ducted the board meeting and the
regular meeting. A talking picture
on the work of the J. D C was
shown to those present at the
meeting.
BRIDGE PARTY
A group of Sisterhood members
YTEAR
HCUtEW-DKiUSH
CALENDAR
FRIDAY NIGHT SERVICE sented last Sunday night at the
Thi F-idav night at b:30 Rabbi Floridian Hotel in the ninth an-
Me-cheloff will speak on the sub- nual Purim Ball, and the most suc-
tecf "The Spirit of Sacrifices.' oessful- We thank all those who
Cantor Maurice Munches "ill as- .vorked in selling tickets, and in
the service. Saturday procuring advertisements for our
morning the Rabbi will take as his Jou.nal. Thanks are due la par-
The Divine Call." The tlcular to our Board of Directors
theme.
public is cordially invited to at-
tend a!! synagogue services. Sat-
urday afternoon at the Shalosh
S'oodoss Rabbi Mescheloff will
sre-ak on the portion of the week.
HEBREW SCHOOL
Our daily classes are still grow-
"and our Sisterhood for the finan-
cial success of the affair.
SISTERHOOD
At a regular meeting of the Sis-
terhood held last Monday night
under the direction of Mrs. B. H.
London, president, a number o;
ing We are still interested in reg- \ important matters were decided
istering all boys and girls six years upon Miss Malvina Weiss report-
of age and older in our daily ed on the splendid progress of the
y. The book tells you at a sin0oI. Parents, there is no more Habanoth .the group of girls from
e^aiue the Hebrew date and Its sacred trust which you owe your j the ages of 12 to 15 which was re-
corresponding general date of any j,. n tv,an this: education Don't j cently organized under the taper-
d> between the years 1917 and delay jn Ej.ing your child his due. j vision of herself and Mrs. M. Mes-
1941. It gives you the day of the ?,x ar(1 KYn are not too early cheloff. Mrs. Besvenick reported
week also ages for Uegimiig a child's Jewish | on the Young Men's Group whose
education The expense is negligi- breakfasts are supplied by the
most original and most appropriate
Purim costumes, will be held. The
rai -us classes of our Religious
Ml will present a program of
entertainment, and many talented
children, *ill provide a musical
program. A Purim supper will be
served to all attending the celebra-
tion Parents of children of our
Religious School are especially in-
vited to attend-
SOCIAL SERVICE
CONTRIBUTIONS
Mrs. Harry Nevins. Sisterhood
Treasurer for the Religious School,
announces that the following nat.
ional and local institutions have
receh-ed contributions from the Re-
ligious School, through the Sun-
day morning collections.
The Jewish Welfare Bureau of
Miami. The New York Guild for
the Jewish Blind. The American
Pro-Falasha Campaign- United
Jewish Campaign of Miami, if. P.
A. and J. D C. Hebrew Vnion
College. Jewish Institute of Relig-
ion. The Jewish Braille Review.
Salvation Army. Los Angeles San-
itarium for the Tubercular. Nat-
ional Home for Children in Den.
ver. The Beth Le^hem Campaign.
Winkler Hotel. 760 Euclid Avenue.
Miami Beach, on Tuesday. March i
22. 1938. at 1:30 p. m. Beautiful
door prizes will be given and the
If you want to look up a Bar
Mitzvah. a Yahrzelt or a holiday,
the calendar will come in mighty
handy The book also has a page
for you to record important family
dates and another page of import-
ant Jewish holidays from now to
1962.
The 24-year calendar :s free. A
postcard or a letter will bring it
to you. Please address H. J. Heinz
Co. Department J.2. Pittsburgh.
Pa.
ble; the benefit is inestimable.
Registration of children goes on
daily at our old synagogue from
3:3" to 6:80.
SCHOOL PUR4M
ENTERTAINMENT
Our Hebrew School will present
Sisterhood, and the Junior Con-
gregation which is served refres i-
| ments every Saturday morning by
the Sisterhood The Siste-hood
decided to hold a party Sunday
morning. March 27th. for the ben-
efit of our Hebrew daily and Sun-
a Purim entertainment Sunday af- - scents at which they will be
A group of young men "imbued
with the desire to celebrate in-
admission for the afternoon will be i Purim festival in a refined way
50c Hosteses for the afternoon |
will be Mrs- J. A. Richter. Mrs. j
Chas. Greenfield. Mrs Mendel |
Cromer, Mrs. A. J. Seiden and Mrs-
Benj LeVine. The proceeds will go
towards the Sisterhood Pledge
Fund.
BOACHEN L'SHOLOM
The Board of Directors and
members of Temple Israel Join our
Rabbis in welcoming the members
of the State Rabbinical Associa-
tion, which is holding its conven-
tion in our city, this coming Sun.
day and Monday. May the delib-
erations of that August body be
fruitful, may they show new paths
towards old goals, and may the
unity of the Rabbis of the state be
the forerunner of the unity of
Jewish people in our community
and in our state- Temple Israel
expreses deepest confidence and
sincerest welcome to the Rabbis of
Florida.
fhcu.d fittingly represent the
clal side of New Yorf. Judaism*'
formed a Purim Association in New
York City in 1861. Tne organiza-
tion was in existence for 40 years.
We art told that it "o. t cri.y en-
siled t'lf citizens to h&V a yearly
r.iterrainment that vtl a protest
ternoon. March 20th in the new
synagogue building. Keep the date
open. There will be a play, a de-
bate, recitations and songs- See
OUT children make merry in a truly !
Jewj-h way.
SIYUM HATORAH
March 20th, Sunday evening, we i
shall celebrate the completion and !
induction of a new Sefer Tora'i
to our synagogue. Rabbis and '
other speakers, cantors, an or-
chestra and other entertainment
will help make the evening memor-
able. Reserve the date.
CANTOR'S CONCERT
Cantor Maurice Mamches will
against extravagance and impro-
piiety in public amusements but hold his second annual concert to-
by Means of its charitable i-ppeals gether with assisting artists on
given refreshments and graggers.
After the meeting a talking slide
film was presented showing the
condition of Jewry in Europe. The
showing was greatly enjoyed by all
those present.
A musical concert including vo.
cal artists and instrumentalists
was held by the Sisterhood on
Wednesday evening. A large at-
tendance spent a very enjoyable
evening, and helped by their con-
tributions to establish a fund with
which our Sisterhood plans to pur-
chase a lovely chandelier for our
synagogue.
The Rabbi's office was furnished
by the Sisterhood, and is now in
use.
was a great benefactor to many
deserving causes."
XXX
In modern Palestine, the Puiim
Sunday evening. March 27th. Tick-
ets are on sale.
PURIM BALL
An excellent audience enjoyed
celebration centers around the all the gala floor show which was pro-
Jewish city of Tel Aviv where a
huge parade, masquerading and
ceneral hilarity are the order of
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FBIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
TTUamL
TbtsA.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
MRS. DALE JAMES TO ADDRESS
Y. W. H- A. TUESDAY
Tuesday, March loth will Inau-
gurate the first In a series of mem.
bersbip parties to be sponsored by
the Y. W. H. A. The purpose of
this round of affairs will be to fur
i her the interest in the Y. W- H. A.
movement and to bring to an early
realisation the erection of a Jewish
Community C e n-
ler. Mrs. Marion
Shindell, member-
ship chairman and
Miss Dora Rosen-
house, program
chairman have ar.
ranged a most in-
teresting program for this Tues-
day. Guest speakers will be Mrs.
Dale James,, president of the
Young Women's Christian Associa-
tion, and Mrs. I. M- Weinstein,
well known communal worker of
this area. Entertainment will be
provided by Miss Ann Cassel and
Miss Beri Rippa who will offer
vocal selections. Several readings
will be offered by the Dora Rosen-
house School of Dramatic Arts af.
ter which a social hour will follow.
Every Y. W. member is urgently
requested to bring her friends and
prospective members to this affair.
Y
Mnrry Grossman I Just
thought you would b interested in
several young men who with elev-
en others organized what is today
known as the Young Men's Hebrew
Association of Greater Miami. The
gentlemen I refer to are Murry
Grossman, organiser and first pres-
ident of the "Y" and Dr. I. H.
Schwartz, vice-president and chair-
man of the Board of Directors.
Murray, as he is known by his
many friends, was born in New
York City and received his early
edurational training via the New
York City school systems and then
on to college where he attended
Columbia University and New York
University while majoring in law
ani journalism. Murry came to
Miami in 1905 and shortly after
organized the Miami Beach Social
Set and became its first president,
served 8 years as vice-president
of Miami Beach Junior Cramber of
Commerce, organized civic league
If Miami Beach, and in June. 1932
organized the Hebrew Athletic
Club which name was changed to
the Y. M. H- A- the following year.
Murry has been very active In
many other organizations. In 193.'>
he was the recipient of a citation
from the Red Cross for valor dis-
played in his capacity of Deptuy
Sheriff during the hurricane.
Now we come to Dr. I. H.
Schwartz, who was born December
25. 1908 in Baltimore, Md.. receiv-
ed his early education in Patter-
son, N. J., and attended the Illinois
College of Chiropody of Chicago.
Illinois. Doc came to Miami in
1931 and played a major part
along with Murry In organizing
the Y. M. H. A. Doc Immediately
displayed his talents as a versa.
tile athlete in being a member of
a number of championship basket-
ball teams volley ball and bad-
minton teams, was ranked No. 7 in
city-wide rankings of badminton.
His other activities are secretary-
treasurer of Miami Badminton As.
sociation, vice-president of Dade
County Board Basketball Officials.
This speetotOr sports outfit has definitely made a place in the sun. The coat is of spongy English Herring-
bone, the slacks are tailored of French flannel. Both are Sunshine Fashions from Bur dine'fl Lincoln Road.
is one of the Jewjsh members of
Y. M. C- A Board of Directors, and
editor of the Sport Triangle, offi-
cial Y. M. C- A. pamphlet. Accord-
ing to data received from "Y" files
the other characters are: Alvln
Grossman, Ralph Grossman, Al and
Max Reisman. Irving Hirsch, Nat
BluinberK. Abe Winer, Doc Rosen,
Joe Warren, Max Goldstein and
Joe Hirsch. Watch this column
each week for data concerning the
members who have played a major
part In the progress made by the
Y, M- H. A,
*
McNALLYS BEAT "Y" 36 TO 35
With seconds to go McNallys
scored a field goal to defeat the
"Y" cage team and even up their
championship series with one vic-
tory each. The "Y" you remem.
ber. eked out a 1-point victory In
their first battle 30 to 29 soooo
get ready for a humdinger of a
battle next Tusday, March 15th,
when the winner will be declared
champions of the Miami Beach
League. Call out the militia, we
need your support and how this
Tuesday. Game starts at 8:15 p
m-. at Flamingo Park, Miami
Beach- Admission 5 percent of $2
You men it?
T
If the "Y" Board acts favorably
the basket-ball team will be enter-
ed in the Golden Hall Tournament
which will be held the latter part
of this month.
Y
Did you know thatfour of the
starting lineup of the Y. M- C. A.
basketball team are Jewish namely
Mickey Lubel, M. Green. Doc
Schwartz and A. Green.
Y
And that Bernle Frank and Mar.
ry Mantel, stars of the "Y" dia-
mond ball team won the state dou-
blse handball championship and
that runners-up were Alvln Gross-
man and Leo Lipowsky, also of
the "Y."
Y
Did you know that E. Albert Pal.
lot, president of the Y- M. H. A.,
and one of Miami's outstanding
citizens and civic workers Is being
hailed by his many friends as the
next Miami Commissioner- .
Y
By the way members of the Y.
M- H. A., the annual nominations
for officers takes place the second
Wednesday in May. Just thought
I'd mention it. Are you listening
Nat Blumberg?
TRACK RECORDS
ARE BROKEN
With but four more weeks of
racing remaining of the 90-night
meeting, greyhound enthusiasts are
assured of spectacular contests at
the West Flagler Kennel Club,
downtown greyhound track and in.
cidentally the world's most beau-
tiful racing oval.
Court Jester, Reba Nell, Miami
Moon, Tempest, Big Laddie. Rip-
A-Rarln, Fence Guard, Mountain
Mist, and hundreds of other rec-
ord making greyhounds are at the
peak of their form. The time made
by Flagler greyhounds has be-^n
the talk of the season. These speed
demons are actually running the
various distances two.fifths faster
than the dogs at other tracks. Even
the hurdle dogs at Flagler travel
faster than many of the star dogs
at other tracks race on the flat.
The hurdle race is an exclusive
feature at West Flaglar.
In addition to the sensational
performances in the $1,000 Nursery
Stakes which was completed
Thursday, the week was featured
by the largest daily double of the
year when Chub McGinnis and
Just Twilight paid $949.00.
The famous Flagler Futurity
will begin next week with the great
est field of dogs in Its history
going to the post. This race is
watched with much interest by
greyhound owners throughout the
country for it means the develop,
ment of next year's champions.
Greyhound enthusiasts will prob-
ably see many of the greyhounds
now racing at other tracks which
close soon, race at Flagler, which
is located at West Flagler street
and l!7th Avenue- The Improve-
ments made at Flagler this year
will be received enthusiastically
by all newcomers-
NAZI CONSUL ON
COAST RECALLED
San Francisco (WNS)Manfred
von Killingcr, Nazi consul general
In San Francisco, whose appoint-
ment and propaganda activities
have made him a storm center for
many months, has sailed for Ger-
many on what he calls a vacation
but most observers believe he has
been recalled. His recall had been
demanded by the American Legion
and by various anti.Nazi organiza-
tions who charged him with being
the clearing house for Nazi propa-
ganda on the Pacific Coast and in
Central America.


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FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938
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Ptaarel berr u Rabbi Jaaah B. 1r,t. nat*Ma! (bran W the Aavnraa
Jr,i .',..n- O.s-tribaai- CMamit't IWI Camfuua for IS.1BMM. wbi.
cu'iiH tbr M-uthwra mmi PariB> n.M) I* nw ir-ia aBMBlBM to tbe
aYprrir imdi W kw aa Prid GeraMor aM athrr Hliri aad raw
I aaaaa ianoV
lKidnr Codtik. national rampai|si direrlor f tW )m PiMi>! Conv
miner., will arrompain fan la Teaat wberr botb art U ilai__tbt Sontb
tiaaem 5aiek Kt-f-ional CoBfrreawr W ebt J D. C u DaUaa, m Marrr a,
1 .Jutli K.i.l.. In* iU BracteA. vi D Pm, L*, Anwiet.
rmnriM-a. Saa rire aai Oakland vberr kw u KBedmled i. weak i.
wtdrew the J V C" Nsitbweatara Stalet Repoaaf Coo^rrenre u Partland,
'V>. or Marrfc 21 Hr will termtmmt faa low wink a oarakiac eaaaaeaarM
io Seattle. -.. m ^
. Strictly
Confidential
(Continued IMM Page Fn'
day that i! tbe LayMMM loae ir
?pajn. Paiestine as a Jewiah borne
'.and ;s laen also
THIS AND THAT
MMMBMB M 'Be: M;r P..^
ftboen' if MMBMai ;: be 'Jos-
i
| eph." a ditty originally written in
j licdiah in liti by Nellie Cashman
and now being sung by the An-
: crevt siatera. the non.Jewish ex-
who popularized tl-e
! Serunda kitThere'a a terrific
f :rar_":Ot ander wy by social work-
ers who 1 k they c^pbt to ce:
Harry Cucksman's job
betas il i tatai b.-.r.-
sht-hand ma .. 1. i
Bratu t
leatali/. .
i as he Tot-
" G I Medal
Tea frai
i Pinkeli
Tit-: ......
rar of Mob
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bin a Wood-
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and
b. ': auahai
ark of X.-
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rMHi b
Pj
aakhai r ;
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Mn rar LawM Ma:: i .
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Jewi
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HaT sne *a |
- f-":;:9| we bad a Mai a: MM
*:*a?-f az,d read, amonc attar
i M." That Lehmit
kt: :^en again >.e may nMaa3
i that Harold Jaooby if active ia a
bet c' Jfwiah HBMBhMthMa--
Ehi Times is MM lor saie
IOne o! these days the Debres:
discoverMM BMMM
j keep .: c-onadenti*!that promi
aoon to be publiahed by the Unjo
n '.' American Hebrew Coaaraga-
tiona. Thia "Meglllah" ia fram th
e collection in the Museum of the
Hebrew Union College in Cincinn
ati, America's oldest Rabbinical
Seminary.
nent Jews aren't as stupid as they
are advertised to be.
XXX
CABBAGES AND KINGS
A bird bred by a JewUh poultry
dealer in New York State waa ail
judged tiie "Hen of the Tear" at
the Poultries Industries Exposi-
tion.A graduate of the B*rn de
Hirs-ch Agricultural School, now
engaged in seed growing, was cal.
led in by President Rooaevelt to
examine the fields of the Presi-
dent's Hyde Park farm sown with
seed furnished by the Jewish grow-
erOrchids to Rabbi Benjamin
Plotkin of Jersey City for havin-
the courage to speak at a public
anti-Hague rallyBelieve it or not.
| he is one of the fewMaria Basca.
former German opera star and her
I brother, once an intimate of Goeb-
I bels and manager of Elizabeth
j Bergner. are now in New York,
broke, because they protested
against the treatment of Jewish
, artists in Germany.The Baicaj
' are pure Aryans, but their proper-
i ty has been confiscatedMaria
lookg very Jewish"Pins and Nee-
dles," the International Ladies
Garment Workers Union's eell-out
musical hit. is so popular mou;
the garment manufacturers that
some of thera try to cajole their
workers into helping them buy
tickets for out-of-town btiyers on
the plea that it might mean a big
order and hence more workWhea
the president of Abraham and
Straus. Brooklyn department store,
took friends to see the show he ar-
raagad la adrancc that the Bams
of his store he substituted for that
of Macy'i which cets kidded in
.no scene'.Mention me even tho
rh at me. but mention nit
holdl p.v^;iProfessor A. W.
Binder, the eminent Jewish com-
DeyHBOOttMg with hi-
r.ew bid.-, the former Priscil'i
IV1
FOOTNOTES TO
HISTORY
(Continued from Page Five!
:.onned the garments sad af-
tta style of their teachers
waj a popular game in the hoy-1'-'
of the middle ages On Purim evea
tera joined in on the faa ani
felt no Qualms about it either
since everything went-
XXX
Card-p)ying and other game* of
chance were permitted on Haauk-
kah and Purim. and on the week,
diy pan of the Passover and Tab-
ernacle celebration On Tabert
sles cards were allowed only la ti-"
Tal>ernscle itself, not elsewhere
Or Passover, some people Wbc'.i
nv. have cards aronnd ainoe It wa
feared that the paste nsed M the x
mounting was a form of learea.
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TEIPAY, MARCH 11, 1938
THE JEWISH fLORIDIAN
PAQE NINH
ORAYNOO
"OUKLIGHT-
BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER, EDITOR
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
EOLA DRIVE
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
ORLANDO, FLA.
1012 HARWELL STREET
ORLANDO, FLA.

Services tonight 8:15 p. m. Sed-
l;,l. Vayikrah, the Sabbath of Re-
membrance, (ShabboB Zochor.)
j(wi recall this week their early
enemies, the Amalekites and re-
member that Haman was said to
be descended from these early ene.
niles of our people- Rabbi Skop
will speak on the theme, "How to
Deal With Our Enemies." This
i.ing the Sabbath before Purlm,
thgre will be special readings
dealing with the approaching Pur-
|m holiday.
Orthodox services at 8:30 a. m-
La ft Shabbos services were con-
ducted by Mr. N. Reid of New York
jind Mr. I- Friedman of Orlando.
PURIM IN ORLANDO
Turlm will be ushered In with
the reading of the Megillah at sun
down Wednesday, March 16. Can-
tor Leshinsky will chant and Rabbi
Skop will speak on "Another Purlm
-Another Haman" The children
of the Religious and Hebrew school
will be presented with Haman-
lreber (gregors) by the school
board. Thursday morning at 11:15
a. m.. Rabbi skop will speak over
WDBO on the subject, "The Right
to Struggle for One's Own Way of
Life-" Thursday night at 8:00 p.
m.. Jewish community Purlm Seu-
dah with Purim stories, Purim re-
freshments and Purlm songs-
Everybody invited to a grand
holiday evening Sunday, March 20,
Purim carnival 2:30 p. m. Each
class will have a Purlm booth with
Purim features. There will be a
I'urim program by the children of
the Religious and Hebrew school-
OSOU Tetenbaum and Bill Jacob
nill present a Purim skit. Prizes
(or best and funniest Purim cos-
lump? will be awarded.
STATE RABBINICAL
CONFERENCE
i:,ibbi A- Burger of Tampa will
arrive In Orlando Sunday after-
noon to drive Rabbi and Mrs. Mor-
i ii A. Skop to Miami for the State
Rabbinical Conference to be held
March 14th. There will be a re.
< ption for Rabbis and their wives
on Sunday night, March 13th, at
the home or Dr. Jacob Kaplan of
Miami. There will be a mass meet-
for Miami Jewry Monday night
ter the sessions of the Rabbini-
cal conference Monday, at which
time Rabbi Skop will speak on
Unity Without Compromise."
Rabbi and Mrs. Skop will return
Wednesday morning.
OPEN HOUSE
Close to two hundred Jews paid
their respects to Rabbi and Mrs.
^kop at their first annual open
house last Sunday. Members and
non-members of the congregation
<>hev Sholom, as well as Jewa
from Winter Park, Mt- Dora and
Clermont, visited the Rabbi's home
Candy souvenirs made by Mrs.
Rachel Skop were presented to all
the ladies by Miss Carol Jacob- Mr.
Nat Berman did a wonderful Job
on the floral decorations at the
Rabbi's home. The Rabbi and Mrs.
Skop gratefully express their
thanks to the many hostesses and
friends for their delicious cakes
and lovely gifts and help in mak-
ing this affair so outstandingly
successful.
HONORED
The following Jewish profession,
al men of Orlando have been hon-
ored with membership In the In-
ternational Association of Torch
Clubs for professional men: Rabbi
Morris A. Skop, Dr. Joseph Seltzer.
Mr- Sidney Baker, Mr. Martin Se-
gal and Mr. William Lteberman.
Torch Clubs are groups of college
graduates, teachers, professors,
doctors and lawyers who meet for
discussion arid fellowship and in-
terchange of opinion on subjects
civic, religious, scientific and ar-
tistic- The local organization had
its recent dinner meeting at the
Hotel Angelbllt at which time
memberships were extended-
B'NAI B'RITH
In addition to a rich social pro-
gram, the local lodge of the B'nai
B'rith is busy making preparations
for the installation of the Ladies
Auxiliary, headed by Mrs- Nat Ber-
man, and the annual convention
of the Fifth District to be held
in Orlando in May. The local lodge
is busy enrolling its largest record
of memberships for presentation
to the convention. The lodge meets
every other Tuesday and all young
men not yet members, are urged
to enroll through Mr- Martin Se-
gal, membership chairman and
monitor.
YOUTH FORUM
At the last meeting of the youth
Forum, the group discussion was
on the chapter In "Creative Juda-
ism" dealing With Internal factors
making for the preservation of Ju-
daism. Next Wednesday evening,
the discussion will deal with fac.
tors making for Jewish survival
and will be conducted by Mr. Mar-
tin Segal and Ben Nadler, presi-
dent of the youth forum. PUns
will be announced for the Purim
dance to be held Sunday evening,
March 20. Arrangements are be-
ing made for another grand affair
by the Misses Elaine Klepper.
Mary Blattner and Faigel Witten.
stein. In honor of the opening of
Rabbi Skop's beautiful study at the
synagogue and to help install a
synagogue office, the Youth Forum
will sponsor a "Steady Study
Shower" The next issue of the
Reconstructionist magazine will be
distributed by Rabbi Skop.
Noted Worker in Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schlossberg
of New York are visitors at Miami
Beach and will spend several
weeks here. Mr. Schlossberg is
secretary of the Amalgamated
Clothing Workers of America, and
national chairman of the Palestine
Gewerkschaften campaign-
Thrilling
^USA
ISLE

Interesting
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 theTitne
Large Crops from Small Gardens
Radbh
followed by
Beans or
Kohlrabi
4k
Z
ih.
4-foot
row* of
Carrots
planted
every
2 weeks
2 ft.
Leaf
Lettuce
followed by
Parsnips
or Cabbage
2 ft.
4
Early Peas
followed by
Turnip
or Kale
9
Early Beets
followed by
Peppers
3 ft.
6
3 ft.
Spinach or Mustard
followed by
Tomato Plants
6ft.
\
\
\
r-1 ft.-
Small yards may mean small
gardens; but small gardens do not
mean small crops.
By Judicious combination of
vegetable crops, based upon knowl-
edge of the varying lengths of
time required for vegetables to
mature, a gardener may reap real
nroflt from a comparatively small
plot of ground.
Whether located in the back yard,
nt the side of the house, or in a
nearby field, the garden should
have the benefit of as mnch full
sunlight as possible. Good rich
loam is the most desirable type of
soil, but satisfactory results are
obtained on a wide range of soils.
Even comparatively poor sand or
heavy clay will yield Impressive
crops if well tended.
The planting chart above, sug-
gested by experts of the Ferry-
Morse Seed Institute, ia for a plot
10 by 20 feet. Note how the early,
quick growing radishes are followed
by beans or kohlrabi, which can be
planted late, and yet Uaie sufficient
OOURTOT rsaaX-MORBB 8SSt> OO.
time to mature. Leaf lettuce may j
be followed by parsnips or fall
cabbage, early peas by turnip or
kale.
Many gardeners will wish to de-
vote a portion of the garden space
to a selection of garnishes or herbs.
Parsley, pepper grass and chives
are recommended, but a variety of
othef- items may be chosen by the
gardener. Similarly, the individual
may work out various crop combln-
ations aa substitutes for those
suggested in the above chart
NOTED FILM TO
BE SHOWN HERE
A French talking version with
Yiddish and English sub-titles of
a screen version of the most cele-
brated Jewish legend, "The Gol-
em," comes to Miami at the Cine-
ma Casino, Miami Beach, begin-
ning next Monday, March 14th, for
three days. Harry Baur. noted
French Jewish actor plays the part
of the mad Hapsburg Emperor Ru-
Weizman Scores
Immigration Policy
London (WNS Palcor Agency
Dr- Chaim Weizman, president of
the Jewish Agency for Palestine,
sharply criticized the British gov-
ernment for its immigration policy
in Palestine and warned against
any proposed crystallization of the
Jewish National Home in a speech
at the Waldorf Hotel where the
English Zionist Federation gave a
reception for the Zionist Actions
took away from it the Shem and
once again it became clay.
According to tradition the corpse
is still preserved in the attic of
the Altneu synagogue In Prague
and must never be looked upon-
This film has been banned in Ger-
many, Poland, Italy, Hungary,
Roumania and the Balkan States-
It is a film which has received the
praises of artists and the Jewish
masses everywhere it has been ex-
hibited and is a picture one should
not fall to see.
Committee before its meeting
opened- Many members of Parlia-
ment were among the hundreds of
delegates and gutsts who attended
the reception which was also ad.
dressed by Dr. Stephen S. Wise,
president of the Zionist Organlza-
tion of America, Herbert Morrison,
British Labor Party leader and
Capt. Victor Cazalet. Referring to
the critical position of Jews throu-
ghout the world, Dr. Weizmann
scored the Government's policy re-
specting immigration, character-
izing it as a "sop to the terrorists."'
He pointed out that Jews were
ready to participate in the defense
of the country. Despite the dis-
turbances, life goes on regularly
in Palestine, he said. It had slow-
ed down but it had not stopped
and never will stop, he exclaimed-
He warned against any attempt to
crystalize the Jewish National
Home, emphasizing that "construe.
tive forces are Indestructible. The
Actions Committee will make this
clear to the world," he concluded.
+
dolph 2nd. Ferdinand Hart, an ex-j j
lie from Germany, plays the role | j
of the Golem. This was Hart's last !
role since he died shortly after fin.
ishing the film. The Golem ac-
cording to the legend was formed
of clay by Rabbi Loew in Prague.
It Berved its master faithfully to
protect the Jews from oppression
ultimately It became mad and
ran amuck so that Rabbi Loew
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FBIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 8. W. 3rd 8treet
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone -S1*2
weeks will return to her home on
Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. A Weiss left for
Miami where they will remain B*
til June.
cil of Jewish Senior Women, the
Junior Wome. the National Coun-
Sisterhood of Temple Schaari Ze.
dek and the Ladies Auxiliary.
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Dally: Shachris at S a. m.;
Mincha at 5:30 p. m ; MaariT,
15 minutes liter sunset.
Sabbath services: Friday
evening at 5:30 p. m : Satur-
day morning at 9:30 a. m.; Sat-
urday afternoon at 515 p. m.
FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES
Services will begin at S:15 p- ra..
and Rabbi Abraham Kellner will
i>peak on 'Then and Now." In his
discussion Rabb: Kel'.ne: will draw
a parallel between conditions af-
tectmg Jewry ia the days of yore
and the circumstances that con-
front us today. These services are
conducted in a most informal man-
ner and a cordUl invjiat:on is ex-
tended to all.
TEPHILLIN CLUB
Berrii -- Sunday morning will
commence 8 arp".y a: & 15 and
breakfast will be served by Mrs
M Ornstein.
PURIM TO BE CELEBRATED
The traditional services for Pur.
lm w.ll be held in the synagogue
Wednesday evening after sunset
I on Thursday morning at 7:00
a B. The reading of the Megillah
which contains the story of Esl
er will feature the services both
morning and evening and our
friend and benefactor. Dr- I. A
Temple will read the services.
Rabbi Kellner will speak bri-
and will explain the main rules of j
the Festival. It is to be hoped that
our people will lay aside all other
considerations and flock to the
House of God to rejoice :n the mir-
acles that the Lord God wrought
for our Fathers in the days of yore
In this season.
HABANOTH NEWS
We are most delighted to note
in the National magazine of the
Habanoih clubs the splendid report
about our c'.ub and our sponsor
Mn Abraham Kellner. Our nat-
ional le-drr Mn Herbert S. Gold-
stein, brought a pleasing report of
our activities and as a result of our
example a Habanoth unit was
formed in Miami Beach. This is
a most gratifying development as
it indica-.es the popularity of our
movement- To our neighboring
club we extend congratulations
and we hope that they will be of
great service to our people.
LADIES AUXILIARY
A regular meeting will be held
in the synagogue Tuesday night.
March 15
JEWISH RADIO HOUR
Tune in this Sunday afternoon
at ?.".<> p. m. and a splendid Jew.
ish program will be your treat.
Rabbi Kellner will conduct the
hour and Dr. Carl Herman. Rabbi
o; West Palm Beach, will speak.
A musical ; rogram wili be pre-
sented by Rev. Nathan Wroobel.
CONFERENCE OF RABBIS
We are pleased to greet the first
Statewide Conference of Florida
Rabbis which will be held on Sun-
day and Monday. March 13 and 14.
The conference will close with a
public meeting at the Beth David
Synagogue on Monday night. March
14 at 8:00 p m. We respectfully
urge all our friends and members
to come in large numbers to this
interesting meeting.
CONGREGATIONAL MEETING
TO BE HELD
Sunday evening. March 13. at
8:00 p. m.. an important meeting
of the Congregation will be held
in the Synagogue. It is proposed
to present a new Safer Torah to
the Synagogue and plans will be
formulated for the presentation-
Matters of great importance are
pending and every member is urg-
ed to attend Mr. H M. Drevich.
president of the congregation will
preside.
The Southern Regional conven-
tion of Hadassah will be held in
Miss Marv Ro=en o: Miami who Miami. April 2->tr. 27th and 28th-
visited relatives and friend* here Mrs. Donald Fine, of Toledo. O..
will return to Miami soon. "M a guest at the meeting-
Mrs David Fine, of Toledo. O .
arr ved in Tampa recently for an
extended visit
Officers of the Tampa Chapter
A. Z. A., recently instilled were
President. Louis Morris: Vice-pres-
ident. Lester Leibovitz; Secretary.
Howard Weissman: Treasurer.
Sam Argintar: Sergeant.at-A-m*.
Sa mBerger: Reporter. Irv.n Peck-
ett and Monitor. Phil Haimovit-
Tampa Chapter Junior Hadassah
held their regular monthly meet-
ing Tuesd.y night at the Floridian
Hotel, when officers for the com-
ing year were elected as follows:
President. Mrs. L Simovitz: Vice-
President. Miss Elizabeth Abram.
ovitz; Corresponding Secretary.
, Miss Florence Abramovitz: Re-
cording Secretary. Miss Denah
Peckett: Financial Secretary. Mrs
Jay Markowitz; Treasurer. M.ss
Molly Bergman. Installation of
officers will be held at the next
j meeting March 29. at the Hotel
, Floridian- General chairman in
charge of the Donor Dinner Dance
i which will be given :n May is Mrs.
| N. Poller. who will announce her
committee soon.
LOW
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Will preside at the beginning of
the Y. W. H- A. membership
drive
A joint meeting at the Temple
Schaari Zedek of all organizations
was held March 9- The organiza-
tions attending were Junior Ha-
i Junior Women, the National Coun.
Tampa Xotes
Mrs H. Aronovitz. who visited
in Atlanta with her daughter and
son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs Max Wein-
stein returned to her home Friday
A surrrise party was g.ven Wed-
nesday night in celebration of their |
2D'.h.wedding anniversary to Mr.
and Mrs. H Aronovitz. Mrs. J.
Milcfaman. Mrs V. Cooper and
Mrs L. Rutkin were hostesses.
carnival will be held March 20 at
S:00 o'clock at the Temple and a
King and Queen will be crowned
at that time.
Rabbi Junius Hess, of Cleveland,
was guest speaker at the meeting
and hostesses were Mrs. I. Sals-
bury and Mrs. M. Stein.
Mrs Louis Simonvitz who was
visiting in Miami for the past two
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Mrs. Leon Hoffman, who was
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Markowitz. left Fr.day for her
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Rabbi David Zielonka was the
principal speaker at the first of a
aeries of public problem forums
for young people last Tuesday
night at the Y W. C A. He dis-
cussed the inter.racial question.
Plans fo.- a Purim carnival were
made at a meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Temple Rodoph
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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLOMDIAli FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1438 t — I i CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi 102 N. W. 1tt Strt Office Phne 1-1473 Horn* Pk*n 2-217* LOUIS HAVMAN. Eiec. Sec. I 1t N. W. 5th Str*t Phon 2-M74 LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES be conducted by Rabbi Mai Shapiro at Beth David Synagogue. Friday evening at S 15. Cantor Louis Hayman assisted by the Beth David choir will chant the liturglc melodies. In view of this week's portion of law "Parshas Zochor." Rabbi Shapiro w;li dis. cuss the subject "Does Israel Rerr.ember?" The members of the Young Judea conducted the services last Friday evening in a most beautiful manner. Harold Shapiro and Jack Mandell spoke strikingly about the relationship between Israel and %  I SABBATH SERVICES Adult serv-ces will take place Saturday morning at ? 30. Immediately following these services, the Junior Congregation wil". hold I conducted by Howard E hwarti Jack Mendell. Harold E apiro and Stanley Hayman Par. ents are urged to bring the.r C.ildren and enjoy "Oneg Shabbos." Mrs L.Hartz will ser^e a "Kid:sh" immediately after the servvices. All are welcome. BETH DAVID TALMUD TORAH We wish to adv:se the parents that the spring semester of Beth David Hebrew school will bezin March 21. New classes are being formed for the purpose of housing the boys and girls who find it impossible to attend daily. Special classes wiil meet twice a week and parents are urged to register their children Monday and Tuesday af' ternoon. March 21 aud 22. You will regret the negligence shown by not sending your children to our He. brew school "Talmud Torah K'neged Koolom" "The Study of the Law or Hebrew has ; recedence over everything!" Tak^ coenizance of this fact. OUR SUNDAY SCHOOL -Jed dtjl dSjApe 01 t^si AV 'esop r 01 Suimeip *! jaisatnas aqi ents that any child who absents himself for three consecutive Sundays without any plausible excuse will not be permitted to take the I final examinations and will have to repeat the work next year. In addition, no pupil who absents '. himself for three consecutive s un; days will be permitted to attend the annual Sunday school picnic. We desire a full attendance at our Institution THE RABBINICAL RADIO HOUR Rabbi Max Shapiro conducted the radio hour over station WIOD last Sunday from 3: Of) to 4:00 p. m. Cantor Louis Hayman with the Beth David choir chanted appropriate numbers Rabbi Shapiro said in part. "The greater the speed by which a man can flee from God and ethical living, the more worthy is he considered. This Is possibly the reason that at the ; resent day the individual has be. cime identified with a party and loses thereby his own individuality. He speaks only in the name of the party to which he belongs, and its catchwords and slogans are ever on his lips. The post Noachian generation was called "Dor Ha-Haflogo."—"The generation of breaking away," well may we call the present generation "Dor Maflogo."—"The generation of parties" and the meaning is the same, por they also try to build a tower to protect them and separate them from their Father In Heaven, and what would be an impossible task for the individual Is rendered easy by the fact that he belongs to a specific party or organization. This may sound an exaggerated statement, but there can be no doubt that at certain tlmei man feels himself obliged, whether consciously or uncon. scious'.y. to subject himself to a i DR. BERNARD KOHN European Director of the Joint Distribution Committee, now in thi country for a visit searching self-examination and to an appreciation of his own worth, but his adherence to party ties upsets and falsifies h.s standards of conduct and of right, and erases the natural boundary lines between right and wrong without regard to the heart of soul of man. Is that not true of the millions of Germans in Germany. Polanl and Roumania?—AH you who fiee from God and ethical liv.ng: Take to heart the words of Jonah. "And now. O Lord take. I beseech Thee, my life from roe. for it is better for me to die than to live." All the sorrow and anguish in this world of tears the world over is caused by the fact that we flee from ethical living and from the benign presence of God, and if we wish to be vouchsafed a good life, then we must cease to flee from Him. and then who can tell? Perhaps God will turn away this fierce anger and bestial satans in the form of demagogues that we perish not. PURIM SERVICES Purim will be ushered in Wednesday evening Man ta 16. at sunset and the Megillaa Esther will be read by Louis Gadoo at 7:30 p m. Preceding the reading of the Scroll Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak briefly on "Is Haman Facing Us Again"" Th irsday morning the Megillah Will be read at 00 o'clock. SOCIETY Croup to be Held The monthly discussion group of the National Council of Jewish Juniors will be held on Tuesday t-ve!n:ng. March 13 at 8:30 p. m.. at {the Beth David Talmud Torah. ; Guest speaker for the evening will I be Rabbi Abraham AKellner. i whose subject will be "Modem | Conditions in Central Europe." All members and their friends are cordiallv Invited to attend. • • • Visits in Miami Mr. Sam Ehrankrantz, of Prov. idence. R L. is visiting in Miami as the house guest of his sister and brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs. I. Sliver, and will remain here for several weeks • • • Purim Dinner to be Held The annual Purim Dinner sponsored by Beth David Sisterhood at its Talmud Torah Hall will be held on Sunday evening. January 20th. at 6:00 o'clock, with Mrs. Minnie Busier in charge of general ar. j-rangeraents Full details of this affair will ap; ear in our next [ sue. Entertainment will be pre sented during the evening. TtotZe ...for it has no moving parts in its freezing system MAT. 20c & EVE. 25c STARTING MONDAY MARCH 14th • Continued low running cost • Lasting efficiency • Mere years of satisfaction • Savings that pay for it •DER GOLEM" PLUS SERVF.L ELECTROLUX grows mure popular every year ... is today d by mure than a million fnr-i.:> -. Hen 's why: Tl.Ls different refrizral t :. %  -. silent -always. And i. givjj you continued < %  i IMI ies. In a Servrl • 'lux, there a"e r. • moving pi-*s Creeling system. Got full mforiiation today at our showroom. 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FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN PAGE FrVaT FEATURETTES THE ANTIDOTE OF PUR1M By ARTHUR J. LELYVELD Purlm fun and laughter at an antidote for Jewish tzoret are" the subject of this entertaining essay by Mr. Lelyvevld, publicity director of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and a student at the Hebrew Union College. —The Editor. New knowledge forces us to revise all previous theories about the origin of the Book of Esther, ac. cording to Professor Lucian Q. Finklesnoop of the Jewish Institute for Biblical Research in an article in the forthcoming J. I. BR. Yearbook for 2938. Professor Finklesnoop claims to have refuted the theory advanced by Professor Ellry Qarbrlnger of the Hebrew Academy for Bible •Study who in the HA B s Annual for 2921 claimed that Esther was a product of the Post-Talmud ic Age. "It has been definitely establish ed by my researches," Dr. Finklesnoop declared yesterday, "that the Book of Esther is undeniably a product of the early Dark Ages— or. to be more exact, the beginning of the twentieth century." Dr. Finklesnoop supports his theory by citing many parallels between the Biblical book and an historical Incident which occurred in the ancient kingdom of Ruh. man. Ruhman itself is parodied in the book by the name Shushan, he says. The central figure of the story, the Jew-hater Haman the Agagathite, can be equated with a virulent, albeit all but forgotten antiSemite of that period, Professor Finklesnoop continued. The Hebrew same of Haman is Haman Ha.agogi, he pointed out, and the name of the historical figure was Octavius Goga. Goga was elevated to power and quickly deposed by a capricious king. Just as in the Biblical story. This is also undubtedly the orlgn of the slang expression "gone ga-ga." "The name of the king Is another element In my proof," the professor further remarked. "The kng's name was Carol which Is un. doubtedly the same as Carus or Xeres or Achasveros" Professor Flnklesnoop's clinching argument, however, lies In the fact that this King Carol was rumored to have had a Jewish mistress. Her name, as reconstructed by this eminent scholar, was Lupeater—obviously, the professor concludes, the prototype of the book's heroine, Esther. This tomfoolery may strike you as nonsensical, or witty, or as a sober recital of a possible happening of a thousand years from to. day—according to your resect or disrespect for a certain type of pretentious scholarship. But one thing is certain. This sort of parody is an eternal element in the Purlm atory. The Book of Esther presents a pattern which crops out again and again in the cloth of Jewish history. And though, in that pattern the chief victim is the Jew himself, the story of Purlm has invested It with something of the comic. Why, only heaven (and possibly Max Eastman) knows. And so the Jew laughs. Purlm enables him to laugh at his oppressors—whether at Haman as a funny.looking little man with a button moustache under his low-comedy nose, or at some equally timely spiritual descendant of the archanti-Semite of the Bible. And this laughter is no polite "tittamatitta." Rather Purlm brings in abundance what Dave Freedman Immortalized as the "yokchadebokcha"—the good.old belly laugh —The Jew throws back his head and Indulges in hearty, soul-easing laughter. No divine command enjoins the celebration of Purlm. On the contrary, Hayylm Schauss makes the statement In a book on "The Jewish Festivals," soon to be published by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, that "the author wrote his book (the Book of Esther) as an explanation of an old, heathen festival, in which it would have been distasteful to In. elude God and piety as conceived by Jews." But Purim has flourished because the Jew wants to celebrate, because Purlm is, above everything else. fun. And so, though Jewish scholars may pontlflcally assert, "Purim is not a holiday," the folk-soul of the Jew has ever responded "az kadachas is keln krenk—Just as malaria is no sickness." Thus, even the Insistence that Purim is a "yuntlft" t*ltii the form of a jest. The lighter side inevitably makes itself felt whenever (Continued on Page Eight) FOOTNOTES TO HISTORY By RABBI MORDECAI L. BRILL In Italy as part of tne Purlm celebration the children used to range themselves in rows and then pelt one another with nuts; while the adults rode through the sreets wiiii fir-branches in their hands and after shouting or blowing a trumpet round a doll representing Haman they burned It at the stake. XXX On Purlm, It was held, everything, or almost everything was lawful. Thus the common people argued and they took the occasion to laugh at their Rabbis and to wear grotesque masks. In some instances the men attired themselves in women's clothes and the women went clad as men even though such behavior is forbidden by Biblical command. XXX The Talmud humourously says that a good Jew must drink wine on Purlm until he can no longer distinguish between the words "Blessed be Mordecai" and "Curs, ed be Haman." (The point of this remark was derived from the numerical identity of the Hebrew words forming the two phrases. XXX In 14th century Spain the book of Esther was read In Spanish at the Synagogue service in order that the women present might also be enabled to follow the story. However after objections on the part of certain Rabbis this custom seems to have been done away with. XXX The Rabbi Game, in which the (Continued on Page Eight) STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Tidbits From Everywhere HEAR YE It is a coincidence that the Ger. man government ordered German citizens in the United States to clear oui of the German-American Bund while the Bund's boss, Fritz Kuhn. is In Germany?—Kuhn went to Naziland to powwow with Hitler over future Nazi tactics here, and Fritz'U be back on March 23rd with a detailed plan of action—Too bad he'll be a week late for the big parley of the anti-Semitic "Big Five," scheduled for the Hotel Blltmoro in New York on March 15th—Due to attend that confab are William Dudley Pelley, Silver Shirt chieftain; James True; Robert Edward Kil me unison ; a mystery man known as Deltrich who has been operating in the South; and Adrlen Arcand. the "Hitler of Canada"—Incidentally, Arcand boasts that he can read Yiddish and Hebrew—The other day he was guest speaker at the pree Forum of McGIU University, Montreal, and nobody so much as said "boo" when his lecture hit a new anti-Semitic high—Credit the New York Advance, a neighborhood weekly which is mllitantly anti-Nazi althoungh published in Yorkville, with a big scoop—It has disclosed that the producers of March of Time newsreel "Inside Nazi Germany" cut out a couple of definitely anti-Nazi scenes after they had been filmed—The scenes were made in New York, with antiNazi Germans as the characters— If you're a subscriber to Story Magazine and wonder why the PERPETUAL means of "gift f\ giving" to needy Jews in Poland and eastern Europe is made possible by the Free Loan Kassas, inaugurated by the Joint Distribution Committee, and operating with 11.000,000 of J.D.C. funds as part of its capital. The "gifts" are In the form of Interest-free loans, upon which more than 150,000 Jewish family h?ads are dependent each year. One of the most gladdening sights —and one of the most common— in any one of the 8M loan kassas In Poland is illustrated by Photo 1, which shows an applicant receiving a loan. This loan often is applied toward the payment of license fees without which a Jewish worker may be forced into unemployment (Photo Z). The free loan societies finance new industrial activities where JewUh workers are employed on a cooperative basis as Photo 3 of a tannery shows; or It may finance a group of unemployed Jews as dairy farmers (see Photo 4); extend a loan to this weaver In Lodz to carry him over the slack season or enable him to purchase raw materials (Photo 5); or It may open its doors to a group of Jews whose businesses have been ruined by rioters or the boycott (Photo S). i March issue was late, lend an ear —One of the features of the March Issue was to have been a story by Martha Dodd, daughter of the exenvoy to Berlin, in which she described a romance between a Ger. man girl and a Jew and gave a vivid picture of an atrocity.—For some reason the publisher got scared, stopped the presses and killed the story.—He is a German Jewish refugee who In pre-Hltler days was one of the big newspaper publishers of Germany. — Wonder whether former Governor Han ill G. Hoffman of New Jersey knows that the anti-Semitic and pro-Nazi Citizens Protective League Is a1vertising him as a coming speaker under its auspices— XXX BEHIND THE NEWS A new Catholic film called "Monastery," the first screen depiction of the life and activities of the ascetic Trappist monks, was produc. ed by a Jew, George Kruska—A couple of weeks ago Rabbi J. J. Cohen of the Free Synagogue told an American Jewish Congress meeting in Pittsburgh that "the sale of crucifixes in New York ll increasing daily because Jewish girls find it necessary to wear them when they apply for a Job."—To wh'ch the Pittsburgh Catholic re plied by reminding Cohen that a crucifix Is an image of Christ on a cross, and then went on in the following vein: "It Is to be feared that the Rabbi Is not up on the f>' ••• and fashions of the day. What tn^ Jewish girls and the Christian gin md the Mohammedan girls and all the others who take their lessons fro mTjp ll y woo l ar e wearing aro net crucifixes—but ornaments in the shape of crosses.—Until the fad evaporates these crosses are noc t'. be taken as Christian symbol?, and Rabbi Cohen need not feel that the Jewish girls are denying th?lr faith by wearing them. Thev are merely showing their allegiance tc the Hollywood cult."—Latest of the societies to convert Jews is the Now Jersey and New York Palestine Prayer Fellowship which aim? to pray for the Jews—Head iuarton are in West New York, N. J.— If R. Horace Bowley is elected a. mayor of Nashville, enn., he ha? anaounced, he wants his lnductor3 Into office to be a Protestan* p-.eacher, a Catholic priest, a Jew ish rabbi and "a righteous and r< spected colored preacher to repif sent his race"—A new book on the Jewish question will appear at the end of the month and will propose, as an answer to antl.Semltlsm. that Jews give up their Individuality, their customs, their purity laws, the Talmud and their God— Pierre van Passen's book on his adventures as a foreign correspondent is in the publisher's hands— It Is called "Review of a Journey" —There are ominous rumors that the British government has told Welsmann either to accept partition as proposed or forget about It entirely—Welzmann is in favor of acceptance, and will urge so at the coming Actions Committea meeting in London—Louis Fischer, economic expert on the Soviet Union, Spain, etc., told ua the other (Continued on Page Eight)



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%  ^ wJewisli Floridian i% VOLUME H.—NUMBER 10. Qaa&mm Tlhe Jewish Unity MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938 F PRICE FIVE CENTS TO MEEET HERE For the first time In the history of the State, Florida Rabbis, Reform, Conservative and Orthodox, will bold a convention in Miami, Sunday and Monday, March 13th and 14th. The convention will begin with a reception for the visiting Rabbis at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, Sunday evening at 8:00 o'clock. Monday morning a special meeting will be held at Temple Israel, at which time the Rabbis will plan definite action on many Jewish matters of importance to the Jewish people of the State of Florida. This will be a closed session. The open Mass Meeting of the convention will be held at Beth David Synagogue, Monday evening March 14th at 8:00 p. m. The general subject of the speakers of that evening will be "Jewish Unity In the Camp of Israel," and Rabbis of note will participate In this symposium. The arrangements committee, consisting of Miami Rabbis, announces that the following Rabbis, will attend the convention: Rabbi Israel Kaplan, and Rabbi Morris D. Margolis, Jacksonville; Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld, Daytona Heach; Rabbi David L. Zielonka iid Rabbi Adolph Burger, Tampa; Rabbi Martin Friedman, Pensarola; Rabbi Abstbaum and Rabbi Piser Jacobs, St. Petursburg; Rab. bi Carl N. Herman, West Palm Beach and Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Orlando. CHIEF PLANNED MASSACRE OF ROUMANIA JEWS Prague (WNS)—Zella Codreau. chieftain of the anti-Semitic Iron Guard, was exiled from Roumania shortly after the fall of the Goga. Cuza regime because it was discovered that he was plotting the assassination of a large number of prominent Jews, it is reported in the Czech press. The papers here claim that the Roumanian authorities came into possession of a secret death list containing the names of such prominent Jews as Chief Rabbi Nlemerower and DrTheodore Fischer, president of the Jewish Party. LESTER HORE.BELISHA Jewish Minister of War In the British Cabinet, who is expected to become Air Minister to reor. ganlze the air forces of Great Britain in recognition of hit service* to the EmpireLabor Committee Bars Cooperation With Communists New York (WNS)-After hearing Ab Cahan, editor of the Jewish Dally Forward, and B. C. Vladeck. majority leader of the New York City Council, warn against permitting Communists to share in the activities of the organization, the National Jewish Labor Committee's first national convention adopted by overwhelming majorities, two resolutions which rejected the cooperation of Communist groups in the fight against anti-Semitism and Fascism. One resolution pledged the Jewish Labor Committee and its affiliated bodies to "unallenable adherence? to the principles of democracy and freedom and rejecting cooperation with any or. ganization that upholds dictatorship of any sort." The other authorized the executive committee "in the struggle against Fascism and anti-Semitism to unite, for specific actions with other organizations, Jewish as well a a non-Jewish, on condition that these organ. ization8 uphold the principles of freedom and democracy in all countries." Other resolutions adopted by the 1200 delegates representing 50f),000 organized Jewish workers, pledged cooperation to the Ort, support for Jewish vocational training, a $1.00 per capita tax to promote the organization's work, intensification of the anti-Nazi boycott, a fight against anti-Jewish discrimination in America and aid to the Jewish masses of Europe in their struggle to remain In the lands where they now are. Mr. Vladeck, who was re-elected chairman of the Committee, reported that the organization had raised $101,000 for the Jews in Poland during the past year. Speakers at the convention included Mayor La Guardia and Senator Robert F. Wagner. Both assailed anti.Semilstm and stressed the importance of defending democracy. BRITISH JEWS TO CONTINUE WAR AGAINST NAZISM London, (WNS)—Hitler's recent demand that the British press end its attack on Germany will bring no cessation in the attacks by British Jews on Nazi Germany. Leonard Monteflore, president of tht Anglo.Jewish Association, told a meeting of that organization. "We cannot accept the position that Nazi leaders should be free to bring what accusation they please about Jews and that we must submit to such things in silence because It involves criticism of foreign states." Mr. Monteflore said. "AH long as Jews and Judaism are traduced and vlllified, as long as these slanders are spread by Nazi sources to the four quarters of the world, we cannot allow silence to be imposed upon us." PROMISES FIRMNESS Jerusalem. (WNS Palcor Agency —Promising an administration In which firmness and impartiality would be the keynote. Sir Harold MacMlchael made a direct plea to the people of Palestine to end "the dangerous tension" after reminding them that Arabs and Jews had both gained by the unselfish protection of Great Britain. His 10minute address over the facilities of the Palestine Broadcasting Sta. tion, but delivered from Government House, indicated that the new High Commissioner plans to plunge immediately Into the problems which already engage his attention although he arrived only Thursday. Within a half hour after the High Commissioner had closed hia broad cast, a number of shots were fired in the vicinity of Talpioth. Jerusalem suburb which is adjacent to Government House, the residence of the High Commissioner. Outlining the proposed basis of his administration. Sir Harold Invoked the assistance of Palestine's Inhabitants in his difficult task. His "first duty," he declared, "is to maintain the King's authority through the firm esablishmen of law and order, which Is not only implicit in the terms of the Mandate but is most imperative in the interests of the inhabitants of Pal. estine, the British Empire and the welfare of the world looking to the Holy City," After paying tribute to the military officers in Palestine whom he said he would support fully. Sir Harold stated that there must be many of every creed and nationally who deplored the affairs now disgracing the country. "Whether they are few or many," he added, "those who are on the side of peace deserve all'help. We must particularly cleanse public opinion by permitting the general restoration of a perspective of sanity and by the creation of an atmosphere of reconciliation, en. abling all to settle down to an orderly lifeThere will be no slackening In the efforts for the development of the country Sir Harold assured his listeners, but added that it Is obvious that "the pace of progress is hampered and will continue to be hampered owing to the lack of security and good will." But Palestine, he declared, cannot be saved merely by economic processes. The return to normality will be helped by finding opportunities for and the substitution of the plowshare Instead of the sword and by providing work and a higher standard of living for the mass in place of poverty and distress. Insecurity he warned, is fatal to industry while vast sums are needed for the protection of life and property which might be used for other pur. poses. HOOVER FLAYS NAZISM IN TALK WITH HITLER New York (WNS)—Former Pres. ident Hoover bluntly told Chancelor Hitler that the United States "never will become reconciled to understanding or even having the slightest tolerance for Nazism as a political and national creed," Pierre J. Huss, Berlin correspondent of International Newsservice, declares in reporting on the meeting of Hoover and Hitler. Mr. Huss' dispatch reads as follows: "For the first time In his career, Adolf Hitler heard from an American statesman a forthright denun. elation of Nazism as a practical and enduring force in world affairs. The detractor, speaking straight from the shoulder, was Herbert Clark Hoover, thirty-first president of the United States, who spent forty minutes in private audience with the Fuehrer. Hitler barred Hoover's personal press attache from the meeting, but a re. liable source revealed to this correspondent their conversation developed into one of the most remarkable ideological clashes in recent times. Hoover bluntly informed Hitler the United States never will be. come reconciled to understanding or even having the slightest tolerance for Nazism as a political and national creedHe declared further American democratic ideals reject the fundamental principles on which the Nazi regime is based and on whiclt it flourishesHoover, according to this well-informed source, went so far as to even bold, ly intimate his own doubts as to durability of the Nazi ideology within the borders of Germany itself. Hoover expressed keen interest in the German housing program. The Fuehrer thereupon painted a glowing picture of Nazi progress within the past five years. Hitler took occasion to reassert the peaceful alms of the Nazi re. gime, while insisting on Germany's right to full equality. It was duri in" this stage of the conversation that Hoover reputedly voiced his own strong opinions about Nazism. Czech Jews Warned Of Internal Strife Prague (WNS)—Alarmed by the use to which anti-Semites have been putting internal Jewish disputes throughout Czechoslovakia, the supreme council of the Jewish communities of Bohemia. Silesia and Morvia made public a manifesto calling on the Jewish popula. tion to end internal strife, mutual denunciations and any acts that might stir resentment among nonJews. 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. FEDERATION IS URGED HERE The establishment of a Federa. tion of Jewish organizations to unite all gathering of funds and solicitations in the Greater Miami area for the coming year was urged on Jewry of this area in a resolution unanimously adopted by the local B'nal 1 B'rlth Lodge at its meeting last Tuesday night. Leaders of Miami Jewry who attended explained the local sltua. tion and the resolution urges that a Federation of Jewish organizations be effected Immediately, so that one concerted drive for the raising of funds in this area would be possible to provide funds for local Jewish organizations such as the Jewish Welfare Bureau. AntiDefamation work, educational work and similar work locally: for Palestine. Joint Distribution Commit, tee. and over-seas relief: for YeshIvos and educational'lnstitutions in the United States and" abroad; and for the combatting of anti-Semitism through the American Jewish Con. gress. the American Jewish Committee, the B'nal B'rith, as well as for hospitals, orphanages and aged homes in the United States." The local Lodge with a membership exceeding four hundred will engage aclvely in this work. Germany to Abandon Haavara Pact, Seen Berlin (WNS)—Failure of the German government to renew the Havarra pact for more than three months has given rise to the belief here that the agreement under which German Jews emigrating to Palestine may take a portion of their capital with them in the form of German goods will ultimately be denounced by the Reich authorities. Hitherto the renewal has always been for 12 months. In the four years since the pact was signed, the German • Palestine transfer agreement resulted In the transfer of $22,500,000 In Jewish capital to Palestine. SHARON WEITZ Inspector of Forests for the Jew. ish National Fund, shown with his Mauser, which he used in pelling ambushers recently while; returning from the Lapidus National Forest, an A. Z. A. project in Palestine. ~i


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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938 %  %  — —• — BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-77*3 RABBI COLMAN A. 2WITMAN MO N. E. 3t St.—MM MIAMI B be !r. the Tested* e\ct Ban y. watt with the.T. en matters cone* mine; the Jewish cosimujrour personal ; I You w:!l t-e ass-red sympathetic and r.ed:*s* to say, ssicfc) :.:-.::-..wli! be te!d in :. :e. FRIDAY NIGHT — MAKE SO ENGAGEMENTS — PAY NO VISITSGIVE NO PARTIES — GO TO TEMPLE RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D. 69 flllUnnri Drive—6-1266 MIAMI BEACH Free Calendar Is Offered to Jewish Floridian Readers We have arranged with H. J Heinr Company, the 17-vai people, to continue sending the -4. Hebrew English Calendar to those readers of the Jewish djan who request it. If you have not yet received the calendar, you may still obtain a CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. RabBl 326 Jefferson Avenue %  Phone 5-1328 MAURICE O. MAMCHE8, Cantor 726 Meridian Avenue •Phone 5-2013 CONGREGATIONAL -De not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Mlllel At the regular services at Tem-rael. this Friday evening. March 11. 1S>3*. Dr. Jacob JJ Kap:an will speak on a very vital problem concerning the Jewish Men* mucity. His sermon will be en. %  •:; Why the Jews are B'.amed '.or the Sins of Others The services will be conducted by Rabbi Co.man A. Zwitmans%  ire held at >:15 p. m.. and are followed by a reception tendered by the Sisterhood, to the %  and worshippers of the congregation Mrs Jack Bernstein is man of the Friday evening Sisterhood receptions. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL On Sunday afternoon. Mar 1S-3* :te Religious -School will celebrate the festival of Purim A costume ball, with prizes for the i *'H sponsor a card party at the Dade Council Boy Scouts fund. Hadassah Infant Welfare Our Religious School Fund is going to send contributions to many other Jewish institutions. A futher listing will be given at the end of March. SISTERHOOD The regular meeting of the Sisterhood took place on Monday. March Tth. IMS at 2: 3• between the years 1917 and delay j n E j.ing your child his due. j vision of herself and Mrs. M. Mes1941. It gives you the day of the ? x ar(1 KYn are not too early cheloff. Mrs. Besvenick reported week also ages for U egimiig a child's Jewish | on the Young Men's Group whose education The expense is negligi, breakfasts are supplied by the most original and most appropriate Purim costumes, will be held. The rai -us classes of our Religious Ml will present a program of entertainment, and many talented children, *ill provide a musical program. A Purim supper will be served to all attending the celebration Parents of children of our Religious School are especially invited to attendSOCIAL SERVICE CONTRIBUTIONS Mrs. Harry Nevins. Sisterhood Treasurer for the Religious School, announces that the following nat. ional and local institutions have receh-ed contributions from the Religious School, through the Sunday morning collections. The Jewish Welfare Bureau of Miami. The New York Guild for the Jewish Blind. The American Pro-Falasha CampaignUnited Jewish Campaign of Miami, if. P. A. and J. D C. Hebrew Vnion College. Jewish Institute of Religion. The Jewish Braille Review. Salvation Army. Los Angeles Sanitarium for the Tubercular. National Home for Children in Den. ver. The Beth Le^hem Campaign. Winkler Hotel. 760 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach, on Tuesday. March i 22. 1938. at 1:30 p. m. Beautiful door prizes will be given and the If you want to look up a Bar Mitzvah. a Yahrzelt or a holiday, the calendar will come in mighty handy The book also has a page for you to record important family dates and another page of important Jewish holidays from now to 1962. The 24-year calendar :s free. A postcard or a letter will bring it to you. Please address H. J. Heinz Co. Department J.2. Pittsburgh. Pa. ble; the benefit is inestimable. Registration of children goes on daily at our old synagogue from 3:3" to 6:80. SCHOOL PUR4M ENTERTAINMENT Our Hebrew School will present Sisterhood, and the Junior Congregation which is served refres i| ments every Saturday morning by the Sisterhood The Siste-hood decided to hold a party Sunday morning. March 27th. for the benefit of our Hebrew daily and Suna Purim entertainment Sunday af< la >scents at which they will be A group of young men "imbued with the desire to celebrate inadmission for the afternoon will be i Purim festival in a refined way 50c Hosteses for the afternoon | will be MrsJ. A. Richter. Mrs. j Chas. Greenfield. Mrs Mendel | Cromer, Mrs. A. J. Seiden and MrsBenj LeVine. The proceeds will go towards the Sisterhood Pledge Fund. BOACHEN L'SHOLOM The Board of Directors and members of Temple Israel Join our Rabbis in welcoming the members of the State Rabbinical Association, which is holding its convention in our city, this coming Sun. day and Monday. May the deliberations of that August body be fruitful, may they show new paths towards old goals, and may the unity of the Rabbis of the state be the forerunner of the unity of Jewish people in our community and in our stateTemple Israel expreses deepest confidence and sincerest welcome to the Rabbis of Florida. fhcu.d fittingly represent the • clal side of New Yorf. Judaism*' formed a Purim Association in New York City in 1861. Tne organization was in existence for 40 years. We art told that it "o. t cri.y ensiled t'lf citizens to h&V a yearly r.iterrainment that vtl a protest ternoon. March 20th in the new synagogue building. Keep the date open. There will be a play, a debate, recitations and songsSee OUT children make merry in a truly Jewj-h way. SIYUM HATORAH March 20th, Sunday evening, we i shall celebrate the completion and induction of a new Sefer Tora'i to our synagogue. Rabbis and other speakers, cantors, an orchestra and other entertainment will help make the evening memorable. Reserve the date. CANTOR'S CONCERT Cantor Maurice Mamches will against extravagance and impropiiety in public amusements but hold his second annual concert toby Means of its charitable i-ppeals gether with assisting artists on given refreshments and graggers. After the meeting a talking slide film was presented showing the condition of Jewry in Europe. The showing was greatly enjoyed by all those present. A musical concert including vo. cal artists and instrumentalists was held by the Sisterhood on Wednesday evening. A large attendance spent a very enjoyable evening, and helped by their contributions to establish a fund with which our Sisterhood plans to purchase a lovely chandelier for our synagogue. The Rabbi's office was furnished by the Sisterhood, and is now in use. was a great benefactor to many deserving causes." XXX In modern Palestine, the Puiim Sunday evening. March 27th. Tickets are on sale. PURIM BALL An excellent audience enjoyed celebration centers around the all the gala floor show which was proJewish city of Tel Aviv where a huge parade, masquerading and ceneral hilarity are the order of %  FURNITURE MARK E.T W ELACtER ST PHONE 3 413? 155 DENTIST DR. R. S. AKERS DR. R. WILLIAMSON DR. H. L. ANDERSON CLOSED SATURDAY Open Evenlngi by Appointment Ph. 22131 1764 N. W. 36th St. MIAMI BEACH: •YOU MAY AS WELL HAVE THE BEST" RITTER'S HOTEL LA FLORA HOTEL COLLINS AVE. AT THIRTEENTH Special Purim Party Dinner Hake reservations for Passover Holidays. Sedar Bervieea will be performed by a prominent Rabbi. SPECIAL LOW RATES FOR PASSOVER Attractive Low Rat es for March and April Resorts: Rittera Hotel. Lakewood, X. J. Season: Ritter's Ocean Royal Hotel. Bradley Beach. X. J. 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rvar.TEIPAY, MARCH 11, 1938 THE JEWISH fLORIDIAN PAQE NINH ORAYNOO "OUK L I G H T BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER, EDITOR CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM EOLA DRIVE RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP ORLANDO, FLA. 1012 HARWELL STREET ORLANDO, FLA. Services tonight 8:15 p. m. Sedl; ,l. Vayikrah, the Sabbath of Remembrance, (ShabboB Zochor.) j ( wi recall this week their early enemies, the Amalekites and remember that Haman was said to be descended from these early ene. niles of our peopleRabbi Skop will speak on the theme, "How to Deal With Our Enemies." This i.ing the Sabbath before Purlm, thgre will be special readings dealing with the approaching Pur|m holiday. Orthodox services at 8:30 a. mLa ft Shabbos services were conducted by Mr. N. Reid of New York jind Mr. IFriedman of Orlando. PURIM IN ORLANDO Turlm will be ushered In with the reading of the Megillah at sun down Wednesday, March 16. Cantor Leshinsky will chant and Rabbi Skop will speak on "Another Purlm -Another Haman" The children of the Religious and Hebrew school will be presented with Haman•lreber (gregors) by the school board. Thursday morning at 11:15 a. m.. Rabbi skop will speak over WDBO on the subject, "The Right to Struggle for One's Own Way of Life-" Thursday night at 8:00 p. m.. Jewish community Purlm Seudah with Purim stories, Purim refreshments and Purlm songsEverybody invited to a grand holiday evening Sunday, March 20, Purim carnival 2:30 p. m. Each class will have a Purlm booth with Purim features. There will be a I'urim program by the children of the Religious and Hebrew schoolOSOU Tetenbaum and Bill Jacob nill present a Purim skit. Prizes (or best and funniest Purim coslump? will be awarded. STATE RABBINICAL CONFERENCE i:,ibbi ABurger of Tampa will arrive In Orlando Sunday afternoon to drive Rabbi and Mrs. Mori ii A. Skop to Miami for the State Rabbinical Conference to be held March 14th. There will be a re. < ption for Rabbis and their wives on Sunday night, March 13th, at the home or Dr. Jacob Kaplan of Miami. There will be a mass meetfor Miami Jewry Monday night ter the sessions of the Rabbinical conference Monday, at which time Rabbi Skop will speak on •Unity Without Compromise." Rabbi and Mrs. Skop will return Wednesday morning. OPEN HOUSE Close to two hundred Jews paid their respects to Rabbi and Mrs. ^kop at their first annual open house last Sunday. Members and non-members of the congregation <>hev Sholom, as well as Jewa from Winter Park, MtDora and Clermont, visited the Rabbi's home Candy souvenirs made by Mrs. Rachel Skop were presented to all the ladies by Miss Carol JacobMr. Nat Berman did a wonderful Job on the floral decorations at the Rabbi's home. The Rabbi and Mrs. Skop gratefully express their thanks to the many hostesses and friends for their delicious cakes and lovely gifts and help in making this affair so outstandingly successful. HONORED The following Jewish profession, al men of Orlando have been honored with membership In the International Association of Torch Clubs for professional men: Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Dr. Joseph Seltzer. MrSidney Baker, Mr. Martin Segal and Mr. William Lteberman. Torch Clubs are groups of college graduates, teachers, professors, doctors and lawyers who meet for discussion arid fellowship and interchange of opinion on subjects civic, religious, scientific and artisticThe local organization had its recent dinner meeting at the Hotel Angelbllt at which time memberships were extendedB'NAI B'RITH In addition to a rich social program, the local lodge of the B'nai B'rith is busy making preparations for the installation of the Ladies Auxiliary, headed by MrsNat Berman, and the annual convention of the Fifth District to be held in Orlando in May. The local lodge is busy enrolling its largest record of memberships for presentation to the convention. The lodge meets every other Tuesday and all young men not yet members, are urged to enroll through MrMartin Segal, membership chairman and monitor. YOUTH FORUM At the last meeting of the youth Forum, the group discussion was on the chapter In "Creative Judaism" dealing With Internal factors making for the preservation of Judaism. Next Wednesday evening, the discussion will deal with fac. tors making for Jewish survival and will be conducted by Mr. Martin Segal and Ben Nadler, president of the youth forum. PUns will be announced for the Purim dance to be held Sunday evening, March 20. Arrangements are being made for another grand affair by the Misses Elaine Klepper. Mary Blattner and Faigel Witten. stein. In honor of the opening of Rabbi Skop's beautiful study at the synagogue and to help install a synagogue office, the Youth Forum will sponsor a "Steady Study Shower" The next issue of the Reconstructionist magazine will be distributed by Rabbi Skop. Noted Worker in Miami Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schlossberg of New York are visitors at Miami Beach and will spend several weeks here. Mr. Schlossberg is secretary of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, and national chairman of the Palestine Gewerkschaften campaignThrilling ^USA ISLE Interesting 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 theTitne Large Crops from Small Gardens Radbh followed by Beans or Kohlrabi 4k Z ih. 4-foot row* of Carrots planted every 2 weeks 2 ft. Leaf Lettuce followed by Parsnips or Cabbage 2 ft.— 4 Early Peas followed by Turnip or Kale 9 Early Beets followed by Peppers 3 ft. 6 3 ft. Spinach or Mustard followed by Tomato Plants 6ft. \ \ \ r-1 ft.Small yards may mean small gardens; but small gardens do not mean small crops. By Judicious combination of vegetable crops, based upon knowledge of the varying lengths of time required for vegetables to mature, a gardener may reap real nroflt from a comparatively small plot of ground. Whether located in the back yard, nt the side of the house, or in a nearby field, the garden should have the benefit of as mnch full sunlight as possible. Good rich loam is the most desirable type of soil, but satisfactory results are obtained on a wide range of soils. Even comparatively poor sand or heavy clay will yield Impressive crops if well tended. The planting chart above, suggested by experts of the FerryMorse Seed Institute, ia for a plot 10 by 20 feet. Note how the early, quick growing radishes are followed by beans or kohlrabi, which can be planted late, and yet Uaie sufficient OOURTOT rsaaX-MORBB 8SSt> OO. time to mature. Leaf lettuce may j be followed by parsnips or fall cabbage, early peas by turnip or kale. Many gardeners will wish to devote a portion of the garden space to a selection of garnishes or herbs. Parsley, pepper grass and chives are recommended, but a variety of othefitems may be chosen by the gardener. Similarly, the individual may work out various crop comblnations aa substitutes for those suggested in the above chart NOTED FILM TO BE SHOWN HERE A French talking version with Yiddish and English sub-titles of a screen version of the most celebrated Jewish legend, "The Golem," comes to Miami at the Cinema Casino, Miami Beach, beginning next Monday, March 14th, for three days. Harry Baur. noted French Jewish actor plays the part of the mad Hapsburg Emperor RuWeizman Scores Immigration Policy London (WNS Palcor Agency— DrChaim Weizman, president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, sharply criticized the British government for its immigration policy in Palestine and warned against any proposed crystallization of the Jewish National Home in a speech at the Waldorf Hotel where the English Zionist Federation gave a reception for the Zionist Actions took away from it the Shem and once again it became clay. According to tradition the corpse is still preserved in the attic of the Altneu synagogue In Prague and must never be looked uponThis film has been banned in Germany, Poland, Italy, Hungary, Roumania and the Balkan StatesIt is a film which has received the praises of artists and the Jewish masses everywhere it has been exhibited and is a picture one should not fall to see. Committee before its meeting openedMany members of Parliament were among the hundreds of delegates and gutsts who attended the reception which was also ad. dressed by Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the Zionist Organlzation of America, Herbert Morrison, British Labor Party leader and Capt. Victor Cazalet. Referring to the critical position of Jews throughout the world, Dr. Weizmann scored the Government's policy respecting immigration, characterizing it as a "sop to the terrorists."' He pointed out that Jews were ready to participate in the defense of the country. Despite the disturbances, life goes on regularly in Palestine, he said. It had slowed down but it had not stopped and never will stop, he exclaimedHe warned against any attempt to crystalize the Jewish National Home, emphasizing that "construe. tive forces are Indestructible. The Actions Committee will make this clear to the world," he concluded. +• dolph 2nd. Ferdinand Hart, an ex-j j lie from Germany, plays the role | j of the Golem. This was Hart's last role since he died shortly after fin. ishing the film. The Golem according to the legend was formed of clay by Rabbi Loew in Prague. It Berved its master faithfully to protect the Jews from oppression —ultimately It became mad and ran amuck so that Rabbi Loew f FOR Y0URM0KB' ( S ? Serving V 'Florida? Finest American-Jewish. Dinner" ST. REGIS RESTAURANT 44 6 COLLIN/ AVE. 1 MIAMI D C A C M Here is extra earning power from your savings account with absolute safety We nave 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 NfOMft .SWIMS A flOWAQE 10AIS DHUt f tZDERHL snvincs nnD Lonn qssocmTion w OF mm mi I fvr.c5rT IMJ : rai n. t u&iflyJ. M. LIPTON, President



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN United Jevrsft Campaign Worker^ tc Meet An important mating of officers and workers of the United Jewish Campaign for Miami Ud M:a~: %  -. nll be held next Tuesday b 15. at noon at the F Kosher Resuurant. TI -e campaign will fcr r. ar.d ;lacs to aid in the f-.-rr.-iiioc cf Jewlal fare organizations In -t:i area win be discussed. • Amity Club to Hold Moonlight Sail The Amity Cub of Greater Mi. : :il bold a Moonlight Sail on | Saturday evening. March 12 on the ? %  ayne Boat beginning a: I I ~ These enable to leaTe at the JwlgHfi lime will hare an op. \ -:ty to leave a: lO'd as the boat will return to the docks fcr ..-•::..Refreshments and r.g will be provided. Tickets ire available from Sidney Rosen. •••:nan and Sam Greens'* n. co man or from any CMD rr.em:-;..-:• is cordially ll as a pleasant evening is • • • Party to Initiate Membershp Drive Tbe Ye-unz Women %  Aa> iation wl I KtM the Hrst '' %  a series of events in their membership drive with a membership f -.-• %  • %  at the Y. clubroomi '.' %  '.' B W. Fifth Street on Tuesday .•.-:-.ing. March 15, at i:00 O'clock. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. Maran Shindel. membership chairman and Miss Dora Rosenhouse. program chairman. The program for the evening will include a message of welcome from Miss Ida Bugler, pres.dent of the Y. W. H. A Mrs. Dale Junes, president of the Young Women's Christian Association, who will speak on her reanlzatlon and Mrs. I. M. Weinwho will speak o nthe Y. W. H. A. Ann Cassell from the Eleanor Rubin Studio of Music. Beri vocal selections, the Dora Rosenhouse of Dramatic Art will era] readings and selections will be given on the gnlt r All members, their friends and rlsitori are cordially invited to attend A social hour will follow the | am. • • • Oneg Shabbat to be Held The Oneg Shabbat or Sabbath Tea of the Miami Chapter of Senior Hadasajh will be held this Sat. at the Hotel Mayflower.! ~ Alton Road. Miami Beach from 2:00 until 4 00 o'clock. T-.e_ guest speaker wil! be Judge H ar ? \ M Fischer, of Chicago, who is an. authority en Zionist affair*. There will be tradition*! Hebrew songs Mrs. I. M. Weinstein has arranged the program. The hostessthe afternoon will be Mrs. Leo Eisenstein Mrs. Larry Fay. Mrs Alex GoldsteinMrs Jack Miller. Levy; publicity Ethel Mintzer; party o hear -.he opera' responding secretary. Shirley /In. broadcast, the lecture *nd the ger; treasurer. Dorothy Morris; aulively discussion that follows ev. ditor. Leno err lecture. Mr. Puschkoff. the chairman, author of two books on Palestine chairman. Eva Wern.koff; we. are gave a delightful little talk in Yld( Betty Barnet.j ho.pltal-, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938 Mrs Morris Alpert treasurer for Miami Beach. Reservations for this event must be made in advance and my be made in advanc a by phoning MrsJack Cohen at 5-3768. • • • Orchestra In Neeu of Assistance Because of the lack of transpor. tation facilities for members of the Jewish orchestra organized rtcenily under the direction of A. Bramson, and the lack of orchestrated music, services of this organization will temporarily be sugs .c a ucupuiiui ..>.... ~ ni__.-,1 chiiganiZ'lloII "ill icuiliuioinj utr usdish and the audience applauded Ity chairman. Berri R.ppa and Shir ^^ ^ orchestra whlch ^ ed six times for various Jewish orhim warmly. Mrs. Greenfield read ley Erstling. some of the poems of the renowned Installation of the officers WOK composed of Jews: h0 lace last Wednesday at t ; y incea R"se Katz. Mrs. Joel Rauzin. Senior Hadassah to Meet ret Hadassah will be held cr. Monday. March 14. on the roof of Ucaaajr Hotel a: 2:0Q o'clock. teia has prepared a playlet in thi -f the membership drive w I place thia week The cast in. •he following: Mrs. J. RMargolis. .-:: as priedui 0;penheim. Mrs. Toblai M %  Leon Stoller. Mra. Miltcn Travers. Mrs. Joseph Williamson. lira. Morris Plant ?nd Mrs Frank Coret, co-chairmen of the Jewish National Fund, especially reqjes all members to please take their J. N F. boxes to this meeting so that the funds may be collected. • • • Or. Grots to Address Meeting The public is cordially invited to hear Dr. Rose Gross when she speaks before the meeting of Junior Hadassah on Monday evening March 14th. at Beth David Talmud Torah at B:M o'clock. Dr. Gross is a Rhodes scholar and she has recently -.von a Gngegnheim Fellowship, She is a critic and poetess of note. A humorous playlet will be presented by a group of Junior HadasBah members during the evening and several other numbers will feature the program. • • • Group Studies Spinoza %  The life of Reason'' was the topic of Dr. Wolfson's twelfth ad. dress before the Spinoza Group last Saturday afternoon. More than two hundred men and wo. men gathered on the iawn of Dr. poet. Mr. Philip Raskin. -I. Next Saturday afternoon the group w:ll meet again on the lawn p rom inent Educator to leSI Collins Avenue. Miami Lecture Here Beach Dr Wolfson will speak OB •, j.>cob Pot, of Poland, well SpiBOsa'i Interpretation of the known lecturer and educator will Bible. All are welcome, no charge nrriTe in Miami under the auspices The Spinoza Group also naeeta „| t he workmen's Circle Branch every Wednesday evening on the gqo TO deliver a lecture on "The lawn of M69 Collins Avenue to j ew in Poland." at Beth David as-ror.oniy. Dr. Wolfson has Talmud Torah Hall Monday evena fine modern telescope and he j ng March 3L at S:30 o'clock. Mr. welcomes all to come and see the p ot who was an official of the Edwonder? and mysteries of the sky. „, a ion Department of Poland and who has traveled extensively America's Most Beautiful eyhound Track Busses from Burdiiie"s Direct to Track, 10c Only 3 Miles From Downtown Miami UJEfTFLfiGLER KEM1EL CLUB Slann-Feuer Marriage Nuptials Performed Palms and white flowers formed an artistic background for the marriage of Miss Jeanette Blann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David L. Slann. to Clarence Feuer. son of Mrs. Carl Press, last Friday after. noon at the home of the bride's parents. Dr. Jacob Kaplan officiated. Miss Irene Slann. sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Mrs Gus Feuer. sister-in-law of the ,. „ .„,„,„ „# u„„„ r Hollywood Reach Hotel. Wednes. bridegroom, was matron of honor. '* Gus Feuer was his brother's best throughout Europe will speak in Yiddish of conditions inSpain, Germany. Italy and other European countries as affecting the life of Jews in PolandSplendid and well informed speaker. Mr. Pott who has spoken to large audiences throughout the world is expected to attract a capacity audience here• • • Council to Hold Dinner Dance The Miami Section of the Nat. ional Council of Jewish Women will sponsor a dinner dance at the man. The bride has resided in M ami for 11 years and Is a graduate of Miami senior high school. She also attended the Dnlreriaty of Georgia where she was a member of I%!ta Phi Epsilon BOrorlty and Alpha Lambda and Zodiac honorary BO. cietjes. Mr. Feuer has lived in Miami for 22 yearn, He attended the University of Florida and I? a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity and is now associated with the Dade i Federal Savings and Loan AssoI elationFollowing the ceremony a buffet supper was served for members of the bridal party and relatives. Mr and Mrs. Feuer left Saturday on 'he North Star for a trip td West Indies. • • • Returns frcm Tour Mrs. Sara Harris has returned to her home on Miami Beach after a 1 mile air tour of the Weal Indies and South America. • • • Entertains in Honor of Birthday Donald Goldberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goldberg cf Detroit, celebrated his eighth birthday with a party at the Victor Hotel. Guests attend.ng were Mary Lee Adler. Beatrice Goldberg. Richard Charles Adier. Donald Goldberg, Neil Good, man. I.ila Feldman and Donald Harrison. • • • Sorority Elects Officers Tri Beta Sorority elected officers last week as follows: President. Jane Bronner; vice president. Shirley Levy, recording secretary. Harriett Palmer; corday evening. March 23. beginning at 5:15 o'clock, when a special floor show will be presented. In charge of arrangements is Mrs. Jack Cohen, general chair an. who is being assisted by Mrs, Nat Williams, Mrs. Jack Simon and Mrs. I. Wohl in charge of tickets at the door. MrsMilum T Mrs. Bertha Rosenbere in charge of telephone solicitation. MrsJoseph Williamson. Mr-. Sidney L. Arnson. Mrs. Henry Barnhard. Mra A. Rubin, treasurer for Miami and boys and girls and are being given a training in Jewish music. Thos


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PAGE TWELVB THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FBIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 8. W. 3rd 8treet ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone -S1*2 weeks will return to her home on Sunday. Mr and Mrs. A Weiss left for Miami where they will remain B* til June. cil of Jewish Senior Women, the Junior Wome. the National CounSisterhood of Temple Schaari Ze. dek and the Ladies Auxiliary. SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Dally: Shachris at S a. m.; Mincha at 5:30 p. m ; MaariT, 15 minutes liter sunset. Sabbath services: Friday evening at 5:30 p. m : Saturday morning at 9:30 a. m.; Saturday afternoon at 515 P. m. FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES Services will begin at S:15 pra.. and Rabbi Abraham Kellner will i>peak on 'Then and Now." In his discussion Rabb: Kel'.ne: will draw a parallel between conditions aftectmg Jewry ia the days of yore and the circumstances that confront us today. These services are conducted in a most informal manner and a cordUl invjiat:on is extended to all. TEPHILLIN CLUB Berrii -Sunday morning will commence 8 arp".y a: & 15 and breakfast will be served by Mrs M Ornstein. PURIM TO BE CELEBRATED The traditional services for Pur. lm w.ll be held in the synagogue Wednesday evening after sunset I on Thursday morning at 7:00 a B. The reading of the Megillah which contains the story of Esl er will feature the services both morning and evening and our friend and benefactor. DrI. A Temple will read the services. Rabbi Kellner will speak briand will explain the main rules of j the Festival. It is to be hoped that our people will lay aside all other considerations and flock to the House of God to rejoice :n the miracles that the Lord God wrought for our Fathers in the days of yore In this season. HABANOTH NEWS We are most delighted to note in the National magazine of the Habanoih clubs the splendid report about our c'.ub and our sponsor Mn Abraham Kellner. Our national le-drr Mn Herbert S. Goldstein, brought a pleasing report of our activities and as a result of our example a Habanoth unit was formed in Miami Beach. This is a most gratifying development as it indica-.es the popularity of our movementTo our neighboring club we extend congratulations and we hope that they will be of great service to our people. LADIES AUXILIARY A regular meeting will be held in the synagogue Tuesday night. March 15 JEWISH RADIO HOUR Tune in this Sunday afternoon at ? % %  .".<> p. m. and a splendid Jew. ish program will be your treat. Rabbi Kellner will conduct the hour and Dr. Carl Herman. Rabbi o; West Palm Beach, will speak. A musical ; rogram wili be presented by Rev. Nathan Wroobel. CONFERENCE OF RABBIS We are pleased to greet the first Statewide Conference of Florida Rabbis which will be held on Sunday and Monday. March 13 and 14. The conference will close with a public meeting at the Beth David Synagogue on Monday night. March 14 at 8:00 p m. We respectfully urge all our friends and members to come in large numbers to this interesting meeting. CONGREGATIONAL MEETING TO BE HELD Sunday evening. March 13. at 8:00 p. m.. an important meeting of the Congregation will be held in the Synagogue. It is proposed to present a new Safer Torah to the Synagogue and plans will be formulated for the presentationMatters of great importance are pending and every member is urged to attend Mr. H M. Drevich. president of the congregation will preside. The Southern Regional convention of Hadassah will be held in Miss Marv Ro=en o: Miami who Miami. April 2->tr. 27th and 28thvisited relatives and friend* here Mrs. Donald Fine, of Toledo. O.. will return to Miami soon. "M a guest at the meetingMrs David Fine, of Toledo. O arr ved in Tampa recently for an extended visit Officers of the Tampa Chapter A. Z. A., recently instilled were President. Louis Morris: Vice-president. Lester Leibovitz; Secretary. Howard Weissman: Treasurer. Sam Argintar: Sergeant.at-A-m*. Sa mBerger: Reporter. Irv.n Peckett and Monitor. Phil HaimovitTampa Chapter Junior Hadassah held their regular monthly meeting Tuesd.y night at the Floridian Hotel, when officers for the coming year were elected as follows: President. Mrs. L Simovitz: VicePresident. Miss Elizabeth Abram. ovitz; Corresponding Secretary. Miss Florence Abramovitz: Recording Secretary. Miss Denah Peckett: Financial Secretary. Mrs Jay Markowitz; Treasurer. M.ss Molly Bergman. Installation of officers will be held at the next j meeting March 29. at the Hotel FloridianGeneral chairman in charge of the Donor Dinner Dance i which will be given :n May is Mrs. | N. Poller. who will announce her committee soon. LOW FARES MISS IDA ENGLER Will preside at the beginning of the Y. W. HA. membership drive A joint meeting at the Temple Schaari Zedek of all organizations was held March 9The organizations attending were Junior Hai Junior Women, the National Coun. Tampa Xotes Mrs H. Aronovitz. who visited in Atlanta with her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs Max Weinstein returned to her home Friday A surrrise party was g.ven Wednesday night in celebration of their | 2D'.h.wedding anniversary to Mr. and Mrs. H Aronovitz. Mrs. J. Milcfaman. Mrs V. Cooper and Mrs L. Rutkin were hostesses. carnival will be held Ma r ch 20 at S:00 o'clock at the Temple and a King and Queen will be crowned at that time. Rabbi Junius Hess, of Cleveland, was guest speaker at the meeting and hostesses were Mrs. I. Salsbury and Mrs. M. Stein. Mrs Louis Simonvitz who was visiting in Miami for the past two SO MUCH coi£i SO LITTLE se/ttvice [N RECLINING-SEAT AIR-CONDITIONED, DE LUXE COACHEA ONE-WAY FARES FROM MIAMI Fares Subject to Change without Notice ATLANTA $ 1415 BALTIMORE $23-90 BOSTON $33.10 CHICAGO .... $2897 JACKSONVILLE .. $ 7.35 NEW ORLEANS .. $19.60 NEW YORK $ 27.60 NORFOLK $ 20.80 PHILADELPHIA .. $25.80 PITTSBURGH $29.15 TALLAHASSEE .. $10 30 WASHINGTON ...... $23.10 Abo lew tern to oeher point* Pillows Mt Lew east meal* T. w. ivcnri. D. P. A. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY COMFUim Aoueowxnoma! run AU.TI4S STOP IT WITH Alka Seltzer Does Headache "slow jroa down?" You are a ran exception it it does not. One or two tablets of ALKASELTZER in a glass of water makes a pleasant ll ^*< -f solution that usually brings relief in ju st a f ew HJajstoj ALKA-SELTZER is also mended for Get on After", Ads Colds, and Muscular You will like the tancy flaro* and the results when you taka AQa-Seltsec. fills jjjtom when dissolved in water, contains an analgesic. (Sodium Acetyl-SslicyU ate). In addition, the -n^iwfan agents in Alka-Seltier help to relieve those everyday disorders associated with hyperacidity. Small package 3$c Large package toe. Alka-Seltzer Mrs. Leon Hoffman, who was the guest of her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs Charles \ Markowitz. left Fr.day for her home. Rabbi David Zielonka was the principal speaker at the first of a aeries of public problem forums for young people last Tuesday night at the Y W. C A. He discussed the inter.racial question. Plans fo.a Purim carnival were made at a meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Temple Rodoph Sholom Thursday afternoonThe Do You Own Your Home? There never wu %  better time than now to build one The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Makes It Possible Give me a call and I will gladly help you to set the beat possible Information as to Its plan. H. SIMONS Care Ackermin ln. Agency 1015 Seybold Bids. Phone 2-3151 TROWC PARK GREYHOUND LINES GIBTHOUYD TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION >L 10 in ALL NORTHBOUND BCggEg LEAVE rROM ile D-JLolZ 515 Washington Avenue



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FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wJewnsti flotridlian FUBLISHBD KVBKY FKIDAT P. O. Baa: mi, PLANT AND OFFICE8 21 8. W. 8*eend Avsnus Phone* 2-1141; 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation alanacar EaUrad aa aarond claaa matter JOIT 4. 1910, at th Poat Of flea at Miami. Florid*, under th. Act of March I. 18T. 8T. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Rapraaentatira WKST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Rapraaanaatira ORLANDO DORIS 8. HELLER Rapraacntativa TAMPA MRS. JAY MARKOWITZ Vcpraaantatira %  is Month. Ona Tamr SUBSCRIPTION -ll.i ft ,M FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938 VOLUME II—NUMBER 10 A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION lime at our next membership 'Pep" meeting directed by the master artist of the vocal chords—the maestro Leo Elsenstein., tenor par ex. cellence—seriously speaking we look forward to a royal good time at the next meeting and, believe it or not. Leo can put it over if he wants to—and Leo wants to, this time—so well be on the Job and enjoy a real good time you bet. — B — It's been suggested that a howling team be organized by Sbolem Lodge—that the pins be painted to represent Hitler, C.oering, Goebbels. Stretcher, and a few others of these gentry—and that a portion of the bowling fee 8 go to charityhow about It boys. What a glorious feeling when you'll throw the ball. — B — Nathan Adelman says he'll be a papa soon—that his A. Z. A. boys will really be born this time and there will be no miscarriages at all—good luck Nathan. — B — Here re Shaloch Monos suggestions: Elry—crowded meetings— Pallot—members willing to listen to speeches—Milt Friedman ditto —Ben Le Vine, mails full of mem. Your Purim Gift For Water Afforestation The J. N. F. Fund SOCIETY —Rudy—four njghtofstar a year— %  Ike Levin, a vile smelling pipe and a lodge ever growing In number— Nate Adelman—repartee right on bers—much nachas. When Sholom Lodge of B'nai B'rith, the largest organization in this area, with a membership close to the five hundred mark, adopted resolutions this week urging an end to haphazard solicitations w hen it emphatically urged the formation of a Jewish Welfare Federation to make one drive annually for local institutions and local work, for national institutions for the spot and not week ,a,er and Palestine, the J. D. C, and general overseas relief, including Yeshivos i t made a step in the right, in the logical direction The Jewish Floridian has been battling these many weeks to arouse an interest on the part of local Jewry to the necessity of following the examples of other cosmopolitan cities the fear of so many cities that certain religious institutions who collect considerable monies in this area will be overlooked and ignored, we believe to be baseless w e feel that an equitable representation on a Federation Board of Directors will safeguard all interests t hat a proper and fair budgeting of allotments will result in far more money reaching the individual institution than their collections have netted them in the past of course it will a nd we are frank to say it will be the object of such a Federation to eliminate once and for all from this area such collectors, such meshulochim, such institutions that cannot prove the necessity of their existence of the worthiness of their cause and purpose T v AJ .*,..-.. MOLLY PICON Let the action of the B nai B'nth be but a fore-runner of Noted Yiddish comedienne whose real, concerted, and worthwhile action on the part of general voice is often heard on the JewMiami Jewry. ish Floridian program over Sta. and Moravia made public a meniThe Beth David Sisterhood will hold a Purim Dinner on Sunday evening. March 20, at the Beth David Talmud Torah. In charge of arrangements is Mrs. Jacob Kngler, general chairman, who will be assisted by the Mesdames B. bership dues—Sidney, self taking Handle. Abbott, H. Sutan, J. Harts, minutes and a little "nonchalance" I ARubin. H Weinkle and J. Hope MARY JANE DODD "AMBASSADRESS OF GOOD WILL" B'NAI B'RITH BRIEFS And so the crowd gathered at our last meeting—and as equally the crowd dwindled when the hour grew late—so that barrister Stoler decided that the master-piece of oratory he had tirelessly concocted and laboriously prepared would not have sufficient auditors—and wisely or otherwise determined to inflict upon an unsuspecting brotherhood at a later day—entreaties of President Stone to the contrary not withstanding, mattered not— and so we shall listen to the peroration at a later day. — flOur honorable secretary grew red in the face—indignation mounted high on the patrician forehead —and in dire despair, proclaimed he—"You're nuts." and all this, we pray your indulgence, was directed to the grand exalted and mighty, the vice-president—"Nlsht gedaiget —It will a|| come out in the wash. Sidney." —-. : Imagine Levin pitted against Le Vine—the money must be saved.— and so to the rescue came the faithful legion and the MONEY WAS SAVED—and the vote was decisive—who says Ben Briths don't think for themselves. — B — Solocitor Abe made a fine speech —Barrister Jack understood him not a bit—Tenor Leo unable to fathom any of the perorations of both Barristers, spoke of some, thing else—and the poor members listened and knew not what it all was about. — B — Splendid report our treasurer presented—clear, concise, analytical and telling us in a word Just where we stood—much credit Ben —and we all appreciate It. — B — We predict Sholem Lodge will soon be the factor In the public life of Greater Miami that it should be—what with all the able members who not only talk but act as well—In the charitable, religious, civic and general communal life of this area. In everything worth while you will find a Ben Brith on the job— B — We're promised a royal good Jacksonville Notes The March meeting of the Senior Hadassah Chapter was held last Wednesday in the Jewish Center, with Mrs. D. H. Lassarow presiding. The program lor the day was a book review "Tne Eternal Road," a drama written by Franz Werfel and given by Mrs. Israel L. Kaplan. A social hour followed the meeting and program. The study group meeting of the Senior Hadassah was held last Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. Ike Wltten. Mrs. Nat Cohen gave a paper on the life of Chaim Nachman Bialik. The weekly meeting of the Esquire Club was held in the George Washington hotel last Thursday night. The greater portion of the business meeting was devoted to a discusion of plans for the April Pool's dance, to be given April 2, in the ballroom of the George Washington hotel. The music com. mlttee including Irving Sablow, Julian Lehman and Harvey Leitman report that Johnny Entenza and his orchestra has been engaged and promise the dancers delightful dance musicReports from the ticket comniitlowltz. MM Ida Engler will preside as toastmistres 8 during the evening. The invocation will be given by Mrs. Max Shapiro and the benediction by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Louis Hayman will sing several Purim songs. Motion pictures will be taken during the evening and pictures will be shown of the activities of the Sundiy School during the past year. Parents of the children who at. tend Beth David are urged to be presentThe public is cordially invited to attend* Entertain Prominent Guests Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin, long time residents of Miami entertain, ed last Tuesday night for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schlossbeig. secretary of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, and chairman of the Palestine Cewerkschaf. ton campaign. More than sixty guests attended among them Mr. S. Siegel who is in Miami in tlie interest of the campaign which is raising funds to provide tools for the Chalutzlm in Palestine, Mr, Monis Prellacboff, prominent Zionist and representative of th" 5 Day, Yiddish dailyAs a result of addresses by Mr. Siegel and Mi Freilachoff a considerable sum wai raised for the Gewerkschaften campaignFollowing the addresses delicious refreshments were served and folk songs given by all attending. a a a Benefit Supper to be Given Mrs. L. Marcus and Mrs. LMentzes are sponsoring a benefit sup. per Sunday evening. March 13th, beginning at 7:00 o'clock -at the home of Mrs. Marcus. 828 Third street. Miami Beach, for the benefit of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society and the Brooklyn Home for Incurables. A musical program will be presentedAdmission will be only fifty cents including the supper. The public is urged to attendMary Jane Dodd, who made good in the big city of Chicago, is now making good on an international scale. Chosen to represent Chicago by Station WCFL and the Illinois Central System in the "Queen of the Radio Party" beauty and talent contest held at Havana, Cuba, last December. Miss Dodd was selected by President Jack Rice, of the International Radio Club, to be the Club's "Ambassadress of Good Will" next summer when it meets at Halifax, Nova Scotia, for its 9th annual international radio Party. Each year the radio executives and artists making up membership tee consisting of Ben Abelson. Bobby Jacobs and Cassius Elsman show that a capacity crowd Is an. ticipated from advance sale of tickets. Various entertaining features have been arranged carrying out the spirit of April Fool. Harvey Leitman is general chairman with Leonard Rosenberg as co-chairman. They have as their able assistants the following members o fthe organization: Julian Lehman. Arnold Silverberg, of the Club, send to the convention the fairest representatives of their various communities and choose from that group an "Ambassadress of Good Will" for the ensuing yearBecause the prime object of the Radio Club is the promotion of good will and friendliness between the people of North American nations and communities. Miss Dodd will exemplify the hearty good will and friendliness of the United States for their Canadian neighbors. A pupil of Nena Bohnar at the Fine Arts Academy in Chicago, she first entered radio broadcasting five years ago. doing the vocal numbers on Irma Glenn's organ, programs over Chicago's WENRLater she sang over WCFL for two> years, and toured with the George Olsen and Henry Leyshon bands for short periods. Now but 19 years of age, the Radio Ambassadress is one of the most beautiful young ladies so far discovered by the International Radio Club in its eight-year search for young artists possessing both beauty and talent. Abelson. Albert Goldberg. Ellis Katz, Load Dwoskln. Bobby Jac. Ben I abs and Cassius Eiseman.



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FBIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN TTUamL TbtsA. By HARRY SCHWARTZ MRS. DALE JAMES TO ADDRESS Y. W. HA. TUESDAY Tuesday, March loth will Inaugurate the first In a series of mem. bersbip parties to be sponsored by the Y. W. H. A. The purpose of this round of affairs will be to fur i her the interest in the Y. WH. A. movement and to bring to an early realisation the erection of a Jewish Community C e nler. Mrs. Marion Shindell, membership chairman and Miss Dora Rosenhouse, program chairman have ar. ranged a most interesting program for this Tuesday. Guest speakers will be Mrs. Dale James,, president of the Young Women's Christian Association, and Mrs. I. MWeinstein, well known communal worker of this area. Entertainment will be provided by Miss Ann Cassel and Miss B eri Rippa who will offer vocal selections. Several readings will be offered by the Dora Rosenhouse School of Dramatic Arts af. ter which a social hour will follow. Every Y. W. member is urgently requested to bring her friends and prospective members to this affair. —Y— Mnrry Grossman • • • I Just thought you would b interested in several young men who with eleven others organized what is today known as the Young Men's Hebrew Association of Greater Miami. The gentlemen I refer to are Murry Grossman, organiser and first president of the "Y" and Dr. I. H. Schwartz, vice-president and chairman of the Board of Directors. Murray, as he is known by his many friends, was born in New York City and received his early edurational training via the New York City school systems and then on to college where he attended Columbia University and New York University while majoring in law ani journalism. Murry came to Miami in 1905 and shortly after organized the Miami Beach Social Set and became its first president, served 8 years as vice-president of Miami Beach Junior Cramber of Commerce, organized civic league If Miami Beach, and in June. 1932 organized the Hebrew Athletic Club which name was changed to the Y. M. HA the following year. Murry has been very active In many other organizations. In 193.'> he was the recipient of a citation from the Red Cross for valor displayed in his capacity of Deptuy Sheriff during the hurricane. Now we come to Dr. I. H. Schwartz, who was born December 25. 1908 in Baltimore, Md.. received his early education in Patterson, N. J., and attended the Illinois College of Chiropody of Chicago. Illinois. Doc came to Miami in 1931 and played a major part along with Murry In organizing the Y. M. H. A. Doc Immediately displayed his talents as a versa. tile athlete in being a member of a number of championship basketball teams volley ball and badminton teams, was ranked No. 7 in city-wide rankings of badminton. His other activities are secretarytreasurer of Miami Badminton As. sociation, vice-president of Dade County Board Basketball Officials. This speetotOr sports outfit has definitely made a place in the sun. The coat is of spongy English Herringbone, the slacks are tailored of French flannel. Both are Sunshine Fashions from Bur dine'fl Lincoln Road. is one of the Jewjsh members of Y. M. CA Board of Directors, and editor of the Sport Triangle, official Y. M. CA. pamphlet. According to data received from "Y" files the other characters are: Alvln Grossman, Ralph Grossman, Al and Max Reisman. Irving Hirsch, Nat BluinberK. Abe Winer, Doc Rosen, Joe Warren, Max Goldstein and Joe Hirsch. Watch this column each week for data concerning the members who have played a major part In the progress made by the Y, MH. A, • • McNALLYS BEAT "Y" 36 TO 35 With seconds to go McNallys scored a field goal to defeat the "Y" cage team and even up their championship series with one victory each. The "Y" you remem. ber. eked out a 1-point victory In their first battle 30 to 29 soooo get ready for a humdinger of a battle next Tusday, March 15th, when the winner will be declared champions of the Miami Beach League. Call out the militia, we need your support and how this Tuesday. Game starts at 8:15 p m-. at Flamingo Park, Miami BeachAdmission 5 percent of $2 You men it? —T— If the "Y" Board acts favorably the basket-ball team will be entered in the Golden Hall Tournament which will be held the latter part of this month. —Y— Did you know that—four of the starting lineup of the Y. MC. A. basketball team are Jewish namely Mickey Lubel, M. Green. Doc Schwartz and A. Green. —Y— And that Bernle Frank and Mar. ry Mantel, stars of the "Y" diamond ball team won the state doublse handball championship and that runners-up were Alvln Grossman and Leo Lipowsky, also of the "Y." —Y— Did you know that E. Albert Pal. lot, president of the YM. H. A., and one of Miami's outstanding citizens and civic workers Is being hailed by his many friends as the next Miami Commissioner. —Y— By the way members of the Y. MH. A., the annual nominations for officers takes place the second Wednesday in May. Just thought I'd mention it. Are you listening Nat Blumberg? TRACK RECORDS ARE BROKEN With but four more weeks of racing remaining of the 90-night meeting, greyhound enthusiasts are assured of spectacular contests at the West Flagler Kennel Club, downtown greyhound track and in. cidentally the world's most beautiful racing oval. Court Jester, Reba Nell, Miami Moon, Tempest, Big Laddie. RipA-Rarln, Fence Guard, Mountain Mist, and hundreds of other record making greyhounds are at the peak of their form. The time made by Flagler greyhounds has be-^n the talk of the season. These speed demons are actually running the various distances two.fifths faster than the dogs at other tracks. Even the hurdle dogs at Flagler travel faster than many of the star dogs at other tracks race on the flat. The hurdle race is an exclusive feature at West Flaglar. In addition to the sensational performances in the $1,000 Nursery Stakes which was completed Thursday, the week was featured by the largest daily double of the year when Chub McGinnis and Just Twilight paid $949.00. The famous Flagler Futurity will begin next week with the great est field of dogs in Its history going to the post. This race is watched with much interest by greyhound owners throughout the country for it means the develop, ment of next year's champions. Greyhound enthusiasts will probably see many of the greyhounds now racing at other tracks which close soon, race at Flagler, which is located at West Flagler street and l!7th AvenueThe Improvements made at Flagler this year will be received enthusiastically by all newcomersNAZI CONSUL ON COAST RECALLED San Francisco (WNS)—Manfred von Killingcr, Nazi consul general In San Francisco, whose appointment and propaganda activities have made him a storm center for many months, has sailed for Germany on what he calls a vacation but most observers believe he has been recalled. His recall had been demanded by the American Legion and by various anti.Nazi organizations who charged him with being the clearing house for Nazi propaganda on the Pacific Coast and in Central America.



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BOUND FOR SHANGEL4J JEWRY | Rabbi nipnisitt| baking of apeciaJ conMpimcnt of matzoth donated to Jewa of Sbanfbai by Rabbi Eiracb Maniacbewitz in reaponae to plea of Qiiaeee Jewa xboae matxo bakery was tieatroved dnrxnf Japaneae bombardment. Vau-binf tbe proceaa are Gloria Cbea and ROK Wong of tbe Ging Hawk, an AmericanChineae aociety. Ic ** fcr *~ r '^"^~ Rabbi J. B. Wise Begin* Speaking Tour for J. D. C.'# Nat'l Campaign I kility it aerer pure tafl ahraTl I Qualified and rett-amec' And at an American psych oingiF: Profea. aor 'Woodwonb.. add*. 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In* iU BracteA. vi D P m L*, Anwiet. rmnriM-a. Saa rire aai Oakland vberr kw u KBedmled i. weak i. wtdrew the J V C" Nsitbweatara Stalet Repoaaf Coo^rrenre u Partland, 'V>. or Marrfc 21 Hr will termtmmt faa low wink a oarakiac eaaaaeaarM io Seattle. -.. m ^ %  Strictly Confidential (Continued IMM Page Fn' day that i! tbe LayMMM loae ir ?pajn. Paiestine as a Jewiah borne '.and ;s laen also — THIS AND THAT MMMBMB M 'Be: M;r P..^ ftboen' if MMBMai ;: be 'Josi | eph." a ditty originally written in j licdiah in liti by Nellie Cashman and now being sung by the An: crevt siatera. the non.Jewish exwho popularized tl-e Serunda kit—There'a a terrific f :rar_":Ot ander wy by social workers who 1 k they c^pbt to ce: Harry Cucksman's job— betas il i tatai b.-.r.sht-hand ma •.. 1. i Bratu t leatali/. i as he Tot" • G %  I Medal Tea frai • i Pinkeli Tit-: ...... rar of MOB I bin a WoodI ". •: %  and b. ':• auahai ark of X.I tta lea rM—Hi b • Pj aakhai r %  ; v %  %  '%  %  prevail I Mn rar LawM Ma:: i .'•.f"r. r.i-.t— A E Jewi I ;-eddied ab:-_: by Hi f-;p %  %  HaT sne *a | f-":;•:—9| we bad a Mai a: MM •*:*a?-f az,d read, amonc attar i M." That Lehmit kt: :^en again >.e may nM—aa3 i that Harold Jaooby if active ia a bet c' Jfwiah HBMBhMthMa-Ehi Times is MM lor saie I—One o! these days the Debres: discover—MM BMMM j keep .: c-onadenti*!—that promi aoon to be publiahed by the Unjo n '.' American Hebrew Coaaragationa. Thia "Meglllah" ia fram th e collection in the Museum of the Hebrew Union College in Cincinn ati, America's oldest Rabbinical Seminary. nent Jews aren't as stupid as they are advertised to be.— XXX CABBAGES AND KINGS A bird bred by a JewUh poultry dealer in New York State waa ail judged tiie "Hen of the Tear" at the Poultries Industries Exposition.—A graduate of the B*rn de Hirs-ch Agricultural School, now engaged in seed growing, was cal. led in by President Rooaevelt to examine the fields of the President's Hyde Park farm sown with seed furnished by the Jewish grower—Orchids to Rabbi Benjamin Plotkin of Jersey City for havinthe courage to speak at a public anti-Hague rally—Believe it or not. | he is one of the few—Maria Basca. former German opera star and her I brother, once an intimate of GoebI bels and manager of Elizabeth j Bergner. are now in New York, broke, because they protested against the treatment of Jewish artists in Germany.—The Baicaj are pure Aryans, but their properi ty has been confiscated—Maria lookg very Jewish—"Pins and Needles," the International Ladies Garment Workers Union's eell-out musical hit. is so popular mou; the garment manufacturers that some of thera try to cajole their workers into helping them buy tickets for out-of-town btiyers on the plea that it might mean a big order and hence more work—Whea the president of Abraham and Straus. Brooklyn department store, took friends to see the show he arraagad la adrancc that the Bams of his store he substituted for that of Macy'i which cets kidded in .no scene—'.Mention me even tho rh at me. but mention nit holdl p.v^;i—Professor A. W. Binder, the eminent Jewish comDeyHBOOttMg with hir.ew bid.-, the former Priscil'i IV1 FOOTNOTES TO HISTORY (Continued from Page Five! : .onned the garments sad aftta style of their teachers waj a popular game in the hoy-1'-' of the middle ages On Purim evea tera joined in on the faa ani felt no Qualms about it either since everything wentXXX Card-p)ying and other game* of chance were permitted on Haaukkah and Purim. and on the week, diy pan of the Passover and Tabernacle celebration On Tabert sles cards were allowed only la ti-" Tal>ernscle itself, not elsewhere Or Passover, some people Wbc'.i nv. have cards aronnd ainoe It wa feared that the paste nsed M the x mounting was a form of learea. ..