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The Jewish Floridian ( March 18, 1938 )

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wJemsti fkridHan i% VOLUME 11.— NUMBER 11. Cstmm Tlhe Jewish Unity n MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1938" RESIGN UNLESS London, (WNS Palcor Agency)— Stung by criticism levelled at the Executive in connection with partitionnegotiations with the British Government. Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of tBe Jewish Agency, reminded the Zionist Actions Committee that his associates and he were working in accordance with the resolution adopted at the last Zionist Congress, and said that if that policy were changed he would be unable to continue in the leadership. Warning the Actions Committee that the Jewish position was growing graver and graver every moment in Europe, as attested by the calamity that had just befallen the Jews of Austria, Dr. Weizmann asserted that the Jews were exactly in the same position today as they wgrc before the Balfour Declaration except that they wore much weaker, although the Zionist movement and the Yishuv in Palestine werg stronger. Solemnly appealing for unity in the Jewish ranks and national concentration because of the uncertain international situation, Dr. Weizmann assured his listeners that in bis dealings with the British Government he had "represented the Jewish people in the last few weeks with the worthiness of the dignity of the Jewish people." Declaring that the political situation in Palestine was serious. Dr. U I'izmann believed that the center of gravity had now shifted to America .Hid therefore proposed an increase in American Jewry's responsibility ih rough the establishment of a Zionist political office in America to be administered by Dr. Stephen S. Wise, President of the Zionist Organization %  f America, and Louis Lipsky, AmerIcan member of the Zionist Executive. As :"nr himself he definitely adhered to the position lie had taken at tnc • Zionist Congress at Zurich. lidding that ho would ho unable to continue in tho leadership if that policy were changed. His voice, he reminded his collengues, gr P w in in"nonce with the Government in pro* ]"irtion to the strength of the Jews in Palestine. He had told th e Government tlint a reduction in the pnrticu; ion scheme as formulated by the Royal Commission would not even be brought by him before the next Congress. Dr. Weizmann exprcsed regret at his inability to go to America I I this time, especially since he recognized t,he increased responsibility that now must be borne by American Jewry. He thergfore proposed the establishment of tho Zionist political office in-the United States. PRICE FIVE CENTS Gov. Lehman Orders Expulsion Of Aliens from National Guard Albany. X. Y.. (WNS)—In a move believed intended to root out Fascists, Nazis and Communists from the New York State National Guard and Naval Militia, Governor Lehman, as commander-in-chief, ssu ed a general order to all commanding officers of the State's military and naval forces to begin immediately an investigation of all non-citizens now enlisted in their ranks and to discharge all found to be aliens. Governor Lehman explained that bis order was in conformity with an act passed by Congress last November forbidding the use of Federal funds appropriated for the National Guard or Naval Militia to be used for pay to any non-citizens in the military or naval organizations of the various states. Immigration Fixed At New Level London, (WNS)—The British government will adhere to the political high level as the determent of Jewis'u immigration into Palestine for the next your, but on grounds of economic need and humanity, has fixed the immigration permissible for the next six months nt a higher figure than for the past eight months, it was announced in a statement by Colonial Secretary W. G. A. Ormsby-Qoxe.. The new immigration regulations introduce changes, the chief of which is that the maximum does not include students and dependents, such as wives and children. This will permit each certificate holder to bring nn average of two or throe additional persons. ISRAEL ZANGWILL Whose "Children of the Ghetto" and other famous books were reprinted this week in one volume. BRITH TO HOLD MEETING What promises to be one of th e outstanding events of the season is the "Membership Pep Meeting" for members of th e local B'nai B'rith Lodge at the Fleetwood Hotel, Miami Beach, next Tuesday evening, March 22nd, beginning at 8 :00 o'clock. In addition to an outstanding sneaker, professional entertainment will be provided. One of the features of the evening will be a series of professional and amateur boxing matches with Lew Welch, famous entertainer and member of the Miami Beach boxing commission as the referee. Admission will be limited to men only. Following the program refreshments will be served. The meeting is being held to stimulate interest in a membership drive now being held prior to the election of delegates to the annual convention of the Fifth District to b e held in Orlando the latter part of May. All members of the Lodge and visiting members df B'nai B'rith are urged to attend this meeting. Mr| Leo Eiscnstein, chairman of the entertainment dbmmittee is in charge of arrangements for this meeting. A view of the historic synagogue of St. Thomas in I lie Virgin Islands. Built in 1833 by s flourishing community of 500 Jews .it. is in danger of rapid deterioration due to the Inability of the remnant of fifty Jews who now live in the islands to support it. Dr. Henry Cohen of Galveston, with the co-operation of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, has undertaken to raise the small sum of money necessary to preserve this building. 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. KABItl MORRIS A. SHOP of Orlando, who was elected Secretary of the Florida ICaliiiinir.il Assoication at its first conference held in Miami this wek. T RABBI WILL SPEAK HERE Rabbi Simon Winograd. prominent Rabbi who held pulpits in Seattle and Stamford, Conn,, and who spent the last five years in Palestine, returning to this country jnst several months ago, will be the guest speaker at tho March cultural meeting of the Greater Miami Zionist District to be held Wednesday evening. March 23rd, at 8:15 o'clock at Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach. Rabbi Winograd's subject will be "The True Situation in Palestine." The public is urged to attend, MALONE URGES GOV. LEHMAN FOR PRESIDENT Lairbmont, N. Y., (WNS)—A L e hinau-for-prcsident boom was launched here by Dudley Field Malone, leading Democrat, in a speech announcing hi own candidacy for the Democratic nomination for governor of New York. Sp e aking before the local Democratic Club, Mr. Malone, who is a former Collector of the Port of New York, said that "while alleged White House spokesmen are naming 'possibilities' for the Democratic nomination in 1940, and whil e politicians from the Philippine Islands to Indiana are hanging out their lightning rods, I say that the Democratic Party of this state would honor itself and our people if it urged now, and fought, until the convention of 1940 is over, for the nomination to the Presidency of Governor Lehman. A Governor who in six years, through hard times. can wipe out a $97,000,000 deficit loft him by his predecessor, and who though a loyal friend of President Roosevelt, dared to oppose the attempt to pack the Supreme Court, is tho kind of statesman with ability and courage whom the American people need in leadership today." YIDDISH SPEAKER OF PROMINENCE 10 APPEAR HERE Jacob Pot, of Poland, famous Yiddish lecturer and traveler who has been on a lecture tour of the United States and Canada following a return from Europe where he spent sometime in Spain, Germany, Italy and other countries, will discuss conditoins affecting world Jewry at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall next Monday evening, March 21st, at 8:00 o'clock. The subject of his address is "What Next?" Mr. Pot who has addressed largo audiences during his present tour and abroad is appearing under the auspices of the Workmen's Circle Branch 092. which is sponsoring this event. A nominal admission will l>> charged and a cordial invitation is extended to the public to attend. Levene Gets Coveted Chemistry Award New York, (WNS)—Dr. Phoebus A. Levene, Russian-born Jewish chemist, received the coveted William "H. Nichols medal for chemical research at a dinner tendered by the New York section of the American Chemical Society. Dr. Levene, who is on the staff of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, received the award for his study of the "configurational relationships of the simpler optically active organic compounds." Citizenship Rights Denied To Aliens Washington. D. C, (WNS)—Denial of citizenship to aliens belonging to organizations advocating other than democratic form of government was recommended to Congress by the House Immigration Committee which favorably reported a bill to that effeet. The committee said the legislation is necessary because under existing law the government cannot revoke the citizenship of a naturalized American even if he advocates overthrow of tho government unless it can bo proved he held such views before* be became a citizen. ANTI-NAZIS TO MEET ON MAY 15 Dr. Henry Cohen, beloved Rabbi of Galveston, Texan, who next month will complete fifty years of service in the pulpit of Congregation B'hai Israel of that city and will celebrate his seventy-fifth birthday. Dr. Cohen's Golden Jubilee will find him busily engaged in raising funds to preserve the historic Synagogue in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, U. S. A., and his seventy-fifth birthday will be marked by his appearance as principle speaker at a Youth Conclave of the Union of .American Hebrew Congregations in connection with its Southwest Regional Convention in Houston. Attend the Markowitz Memorial Bronze Dedicatory exercises at Beth David Tuesday, March 29th at 8:00 •'clock. New York, (WNS)—A call for a national anti-Xazi conference i:i dei democracy to l>e held in New York M.iy 14th and 15th has bc 0 n issued here by the non-Sectarian Anli-Xnzi League. Objectives of the 'conference will b<> to intensify th e anti-Nazi boycott, to consolidate anti-Nazi forces in the I'nited States and to end Nazi activities in this country and to mobolize financial resources for the anti-Xari boycott. The conference has received the endorsement of William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor. RABBI DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN" of Temple Israel, Miami, who was elected president of the Florida Rabbinical Association at Its first conference held in Miami this week.



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PAGE TWO WEDDING ANXIVERSAKY is CELEBRATED A large number of friends gathered la.it Thursday night at the home ..f Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewi-. 320 ColjiuAvenue, Miami Beach in eel ii.in nf their thirty-fourth (redding anir>. Tinhome was beautifully ;.r.-.i with cut flowers and potted palms. Several of the gue-'render I rocal -• lections and all Joil -inning communltj wnfa. Mr. Lewi* lias been prominent in communal v nrk in Baltimore, Md.. foi years, having been active In the Fret Loan Society, the Federated Jewiah Charitiea, aenr* 1 several terms aChairman of the State Board of Undertakers Examiner-, president ol the Association of Jewish Undertaken ol i United Btatea of which 1KiDO* treasurer, and attire in fraternal aul communal work then. Mrs. Lewis lg one of the founden "f the Beacon Chapter Order of Eastern star and l II I n active in fraternal and communal work in Baltimore, Thej have !.-,.II visitors to Miami :' it several Among t!i attending were : Mr. and afra Bernard Feiner and daughter, Dorothy, of Miami Beach.Mrs. Leonard Wolf, Bpringfield, Ma--.. lira, Roberl Lewis, Mr. and Mr-. Abe Berlin, Mr. and Mr-. Samuel Sakola. Mr I. B, Hornstetn, Mr .and Mra. K. WasVin, air. William Lov e tt, Mr. and Mr-. Budoff, Mr. and Mrs. >• %  Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. Harrii Fa man, Mr. and Mrs. 9 %  g. Mrs. Main. II. Mr. and Mra. I I-Mi and M I iai Keedli i'"' Md„ Mra. Eta] n I I %  mother, Mr-. Mark-, uf Detroit M ch. Mr. and Mm Mai Vaffee, Mrs. S and daughter and Mr. and Mra !•• %  -. pi-man, all of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Max Shugerman of P K I.. Mr. and Mr-. Meyer Kirshei Mi and Mrs. M. Wolf. Mrs. Caplan, Mra. Waraharer, Mr-. Abel, all of Brooklyn, X. V.. Mrs. Lazarus of Providence. IJ. I.. Mr. and Mra, Buskins %  New Y.rk City and Mr. and Mrs, .7. Louis Sbochet of Miami. Mr. ami Mrs Lewis were recipients <.f many congratulatory telegrams from all parts of the country awell amany beautiful gifts. • • • AUXILIARY SPONSORS DANCE Tii.La lies Auxiliary %  •:' the Jewish Welfare Burea I isponaoring its annual dance a: the Roadside Rest., Miami Beach, on Sunday evening, March 27th, beginning at B:30 p. m., in which '!..public is invited. Admission ionly one dollar, and fifty nf liiiamount will lcredited i iwards any food or drinks purchased. Proceeds .>f this event ai,. used for illwelfare work "f '1 rgai Ration. • • RUMMAGE IS RRQl KSTKII Those having casl %  clothing or les .it' rummagi -1 asked THE JEWISH FLORIDIAJT r*SB*SB£Sp FBIDAY, MARCH 18, 1938 CEETT ^^E&&&^$^*^i^V*&$&z*?**' ,• %  those t" the Rummage Store of the Jewish Welfare Bur. an at 1 "iT N. W. Fifth Street. By contacting Mrs. J. L. Hartz. Mrs. M. I : ibs or Mm. I t'ptner. these arti. \ will %  :ile j for A l tne ... are need t.. aid the welfare work of tin Jewiah Welfare Bureau. • • • JUNIOR HADASSAH HAS INTEREST! NG MEETING Lir. K Gross presented an interesting talon on Walt Whitman aud his poetry when she was guest sneaker at the meeting of Junior Ila\; I>r. Oross is a B dar and winner of a Guggenheim Fellowship. Several outstanding functions feature the immediate social calendar of the organisation. On Wednesday evening. March 30, members will be hit-.-—ai a bridge, bunco and card party at the Alamac Hotel, Miami I'..:which reservations are being taken b) Mr-. Irwln Krick. chairman, or any of the following members "t her committee: Mi— Ma Fein. Miss Roaaiyn Klein, MiLee Ka-a• \ifi-: Iwai I Barmen ami Miss Bobby Parron. A program will be presented during the evening and prla.awarded winners. I'II April 10th, Junior Hadassafa will entertain members and their escorts at itannual Donor's Dinner. Dinner will lie followed by dancing. ami Miss Hana Mai k. i hairman, is I reservations. The j.'int ..infiii m f Southern i; .. ,il Juiiinr and Senior Hadaasab units wi.l !• held in Miami mi April 24th, 25th and 26th. Miami chair: tii.convention an! Mr-. Murraj Grossman of Junior Badassah and Mr-. Joseph Williamson, Senior Hailas-ah. Mrs. (lios-tiuin will announce i uniting of her committee during micoming week. Mi-s Ida .Safer, president of the Junior unit, announced at the meeting that Junior Hadaaaafa has on hand a piano which it is attempting to dispose of. and anyone interested may Contact Mi-Safer fur information. Mi-Safer also announced that on March 28th, Junior Hadasaah will %  hold an open meeting at Beth David i Talmud Torah to which husbands and friends of members aninvited. A varied program of entertainment will l. presented. Tin' meeting will he open to the public. • • VOUNG JUDBA TO HOLD IM KIM DANCE Young Judea of Miami Beach will huld it first annual Junior I'urin. Ball in the garden patio of the Hotel ] I Brans, H'th Street and Collins Ave| nne, mi Sunday afternoon. March 20, from three to sii p. m. Miss liana <;. Mack isponsor of the Xoung i dea group and Mr. Se>mour Cohen iihairmau of arrangements. Assisting Mr. Cohen Is tinfollowing committee, MUs Helen Swetnick, Mr. Herbert Kaplan. Mr. Paul BosenfeW, MUl Joyce Bauer and Mi-s Bashle Shorr. Refreshments will be served in the patio. • • • HADASSAH TO SPONSOR BRIDGE The Miami Chapter of Senior Badassah isponsoring a bridge Monday M irch 28th, at the Hotel Blackstone, Miami Beach, at two o'clock. Mr-Harry Rubin is the chairman in charge of arrangements and is being assisted by Mr-. Morris Plant. Mrs. Frank Coret. Mrs. S. Sinnuihoff. Mrs. H. Platoff and Mrs. J. Williamson. The party is being especially given to raise funds for th eJewish National Fund Quota, and also for the planting of treein the ROM ''oil Jacobs Forest, is Palestine. Tickets may insecured from any member nf the committee. see LEAVES FOR HOME Mr. Alfred Adl-r. father of Rudy R. Aill.-r of this city, b-ft lasTuesday f,,r Washington, D. C. where he will spend several dayprior to # leaving ternal and welfare organizationami abroad. ho re LARGE AUDIENCE ATTENDS V. W H. A. MEETING A large gathering assembled nt the Y clubhouse Tuesday evening at the first in a series of membership parties t" be sponsored by th eYouug Women's Hebrew Association. Miss Gertrude Mandell was in Charge 'f the Uu P -t Book. Guests irreeti d by a committee composed of Mrs. Harry Kesser, Mrs. Nat Blumberg, Mr-. Chan. Wetatraub. Mrs. AI n-iif e ld. Miss Molly Bugler, MisLenore Kaplan and Mrs. William Friedman. Mr-. Marian Shindell. membership chairman, introduced MisIda Bngler president of Y. W. H. A., who save the welcome of the organization. Miss Florence Cromer gave a dramatic reading and Mi-s Hope Ellen Tannenbaum gave a humorous nailing. E. Albert Pallot, president of T. M. EL A., extended greetings from bis organisation. Milton Friedman offered vocal selections accompanied by Mi-Jose phine Raxin at thpiano. Mi-Bngler then gave a resume of the activities of tinY. W. H. A. She then introduced the guest -leaker. Mrs. 11 president 1'oung Women's Christian Association who spoke on the similarity of objectives from New York City f>>r Trieste and ,,,,|„. two organisations. thence to his home In Brasco, Ronmania. Mr. Adler had been the guest .,f hison and dsughter-ln-law for til,, past sever:,! monthand had been the guest of honor at numerous receptions and parties given in his honor. • • • DRIVE TO CONCLUDE The United Jewish Appeal which conducted n drive for funds for the U. P. A. and J. D. C. in Miami under the leadership of Day J. Apte and in Miami Beach under the direction of Baron de Hlrscb Meyer, met at luncheon Tuesday and decided to conclude the drive mi Much 81st. So far more than twenty-three thousand dollars has been pledged, tinmain portion nf which has been collected. At tinmeeting which was attended by .-..in,, of tinmost prominent nun and women in thiar.-a who had been active in the campaign, unanimous endorsement was given tinmovement I,, establish a Federation of Jewiah organisations for this area. • • CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Morris Abraham, long-time residents of Miami Bench celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a reception at their home last Sunday night. Congratulatory telegrams and many gifts from all parts of the country were received by the couple. Rabbi Moses Me. cheloff of Miami Beach conducted the traditional Golden Wedding anniversary service a tan improvised altar with the children of the couple acting as attendants. Mr. Abraham la a pioneer of the Jewish community of Miami Beach and is ong of the founders of Beth Jacob Congregation of Miami Beach. serving as treasurer for many years. He was one of those instrumental in the erection of the old as well as th P present synagogue edifice and has. together with Mrs. Abraham, taken a very active part in thg general work of the Jewish community at Miami Beach and the rest of Dade County. He is a member of a number of frnMiss Ann <'a—ell gave a piano lection and Mi-Mary Shupurd gave a Spanish Castanet dance number accompanied by MUM Helen Muellgr. Dr. Rose Gro.— ..f Oxford University and the University of Colorado, extended felicitations. Greetings and the hope for the filmic of the Y. W. H. A. were al-o extended bj Walter Jacobs ami 1'.. n Silver of New York. Miss Bngler presented honorary memberships in the Y. W. H. A. to Mr-. Dale .lann-. Mra. Walter J ami Miss Dora Rosenhouse, A social hour followed the program with Mrs. Max Sh,.iikin.i:i as refrcsh.iniit chairman. The second in the series of parties planned will be given very soon. The program was concluded with the singing of Hatikvoh. This organisation iopen SO all Jewish women in Miuini The next meeting will he held on Tuesday evening. March 22. at 8:.'!" p. in., at the clubhouse, 1:507 8. W. Fifth Street, under the direction of Miss Dora Rosenhouse, Public %  peaking director of the Y. W. II. A. XXX SPINOZA GROUP MEETS •'The Modern Interpretation of the Bible" was the topic of Dr. Wolfson's address to a v e ry large gathering of hiSpinoza group last Saturday afternoon. Many passages from I-iah. the Book of Job and the Psalms were read by Mrs. Augusta Schon Holtzman to -how the beauty and eloquence of Script ure. "The Bible is still th e greatest hook ever produced by mankind." Dr. Wolfson declared. "To ask whether the stories of creation, temptation and the flood are true or false, whet he rit really happened iin ash I very superficial and naivquestion. For it inot the tales that the Bible tells but it is the meaning behind the tales which counts. It matterlittle whether the Psalmwere written by David or by some other poet who lived centuries later. what docmatter ithat the Psalms stand at the head of the World's greatest lyric i try." Next Saturday afternoon the Spinoza group will meet again on th,, lawn of 1089 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, and Dr. Wolfson will speak on Spinosa's political philosophy. Os Wednesda) evenings the group meets at the same place f r ''"' -'"'I)' "" astronomy. All are welcome. There ino admission charge. • • • LEAVES FOR ARIZONA Mra. Juliasin.;.-..n and ton, Sheppard, will have Saturday by liat for Galveston, Texas, where they *'" e "' train by rail for Tin-.on. Arizona. Tiny will spend several months there and then return to Miami. M.A R K E.T 'GlERST. PHONE 3-4132 M.L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Deska, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N C. 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FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1038 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN wJewiisti FlortidHam PUBUgHRD EVERT ntlDAY P. O. Bra tr-'t PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Sacond Avenue Phones 2-1141; 2-1183 1. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager i aarond ciui matter July 4, 19S0. at the Poat Offic. at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March I, 1179. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Rapreaentative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK ReprveenJative ORLANDO DORIP 8. HELLER Representative TAMPA MRS. JAY MARKOWITZ Hepresentative Six Months. SUBSCRIPTION I1.M It 04 VOLUME II.—NUMBER 11 FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1938 PAGE THREE WliumL WHAT WILL THEY SAY NOW? So often have anti-Semite and those who are ignorant tried to make the Jew and Communism synonymous that we wonder what they will say now after the action of the first annual convention of the Jewish Labor Committee in New York last week. The two dominating figures at this convention, the aged champion labor leader and editor of the Jewish Daily Forwards these many years, Abraham Cahan, and B. Charney Vladeck active worker and labor leader minced no words in arguiing against permitting Communists to share in the activities of the Jewish Labor Committee. The resolution to forbid any alliances with Communists in any way, shape or form, was adopted by an overwhelming majority. Of course the general press throughout the country with the exception of those in New York City and other large centers of Jewish population mentioned nothing whatever of this occurrence. It is high time that action o< this kind should be given due publicity. Communism and Judaism have nothing in common. What will our detractors say now? TbisA. By HARRY SCHWARTZ The lute Rev. Dr. II. IVreira Mcndcs. who was Kahhi Kmeritus of the Spanish .mil Portugese Synagogue, in New York City. preaching in the Virgin Islands. The famous in the old synagogue of SI. Thomas Scphart|ic Kahhi visited I his dwindling Jewish community for six months in 18*9. Dr. Henry Cohen of Galvfftton. Texas, is seeking to raise funds to preserve this hnilding from ruin. He has the m operation of the I'nion of American Hebrew Congregations in Ihis efforl. I Jewish Committee are motivated by worthy and benevolent Intentions, Rul will then lie strength in such union'.' Will not the assumption of any such body to speak on behalf of all Jewry l>c rightly looked upon as presumptuous? Anil what would happen ti r Kahilis, lecturers, editors snd forum speakers if unity in Jewish life was brought about? These men would be added to the list of unemployed and shout from the housetops that unity iu Israel is a curse. Stifling free thought anil free expression of opinion, and must not he A united I — BEACH CAGE TITLE M-M That is the way the final result should have read hut 'unfortunately the McXiiily aggregation behind by 11) points with only a few minutes t• > play scored 11 points to nose out the -V" :tii to 85. Ami thus another basketball season comes to an end To Manager Aaron I'ineiis and the boys Orchids f ,i r t I, ,. splendid i h o w i n ^ Box RABBI FELDMAN IS FORCED TO YIELD RADIO TO HITLER made ami the | m "V spirit displayed in tleft at as well as iii victory. Better luck next year boys. score follows : Y. M. II. A Player lternie Frank .... f. f l ti 83 tot. 11 ti (I III 13 FEDERATION, UNITY, OBLITERATION The important topic in this community today is "Federation or not?" We have been so breet by innumerable drives, solicitations day in and day out, that the project in the minds o f those who have had to bear the burdens these many years of B Federation of Jewish Welfare organizations to includel Palestine, J. D. C, local charities, and educational programs, overseas relief, Yeshivos, hospitals, etc., is slowly nearing that state where action towards its culmination will soon begin. In this project, very right thinking individual should and will unite. Yet, we sinceWly hope that those behind this movement will carefully steer the course of the ship and keep it from its being wrecked upon the shoals of misunderstanding the general community should and we believe will be represented. .... there is no attempt and there should not be. to dominate, to enforce the will of one group as against all others. There should be no attempt to unify in the sense of the loss of the individual autonomy of groups or organizations. ... in the sense of the submerging of one's identity t here can be no totalitarian stafei in such an organization n o group, no individual, no idea can be obliterated because of the same idea of unity T he Jewish people have succeeded in keeping its identity, in spite of everything that has happened to it in the wcy of persecution and oppression because it has had the happy faculty and ability to be itself i n the pursuit of unity one must seek not unity of thought, or even unity of action in the sense of obliteration o ne must stek cooperation. t It is in this sense of co-operation, of thought, of action, for the general good, so that the most may be accomplished, that we urge action and a realization of the Federation proposal. dred nations, speaking ss many languages and moved by many diverse emotions, beliefs, principles snd traditions. Tbey cannot be expected to bury snd forget their experience and intellectual fousdstions for the sake of n nebulous "unity." The success of the totalitarian or authoritative state has yet to be established and the Jewish people are not a homogenous state. The efforts of some people to unite the activities and programs of the American Jewish Congress, B'nai B'ritb and the American raid is usurpation, smacks of Dicta torsbip, and is undermining the very principles of Freedom Bud Liberty. THE SYNAGOGUE BILL ANOTHER VIEWPOINT (Reprint from the Jewish Chronicle I We bear so much about the need of a united Jewry, of unity in Israel, and similar thoughts, that one 'intrigued to ask if such a thing as a united Jewry is possible, and whether jt would be desirable. Here are millions of Jews scattered throughout the civilized world, living among a bun(Reprint from Hie American Jewish Outlook) "We are impressed with the jslifiahle complaint of that mosl neglect ed hill, the "Synagogue Bill,' Which makes itself articulate in the bulletin I of the famous ohnh Zedeck Congregation, in Mew York. 'Why am I nor treated like the electric bill? I. top, bring light into darkened lives. Why am I not treated like the telephone bill? I. too. connect—the present with the past.. Why am I not treated like the coal and the fuel bills? 1 supply lewisfa warmth snd motive power. Why am I not tr.aed like the grocery bill? I. too. nourish the Jewish people and give them strength. Why am I not treated like the clothing bill? I. too, ornament the Jew with fine clothing for his spirit." 1'ndouhtedly the Synagogue Bill should he heard. His claim is legitimate. He supplies an indispensahle service. Let us determine to introduce the Dollar Bill to Synagogue Bill, thus stniigth ening Judaism and removing the stain from Jewish character that persists as long as Synagogue bills remain unpaid." Countermands Ban On Closing Jewish Shops on Saturday Tirana. Albania. (WXS)—On personal instructions from King Zog, the governor of Valona countermanded his order forbidding Jews to close their businesses on Saturdays. The governor had prohibited the Jews from closing on Saturdays because he said it created economic disharmony. The Jews of Valona sent a petition to the King who instructed the governor to revoke his order. .Milt Weintraub : :


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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FXORIDIAK_ FBIDAT, MABCH 18, 1938 BETH DAVID Mr announce the bin: \S. >-. I. iki H %  -: %  %  > ,r M -v M-Pre135 N. W. 3rd A-e'.ue AMIS PIONEER CONGREGATION i MAX SHAPIRO. RibSi 1025 N. W. *st S'.-eet Office Pno'e 2-'**J Home Pone 2-2" LOUS HAYMAN, Exec. Se:. 1*9 N. v. : %  S'-eet pncne 2-^"I.XTK FHDA1 KVKSIM. -I K\ 1< BS W \ % %  -' %  %  .' : i v y. H ... V. W. H. A %  • luring tfc ,r>. it a-' ... •• %  • :.<• %  %  %  -. particularly v. Sabb. The mev. I W. '• A .pating are: M-jani-M i; Wm. F.-k-doan. Albert I:B K< MI Mai B .B ; I..: Weintr il M %  %  organb,-.%  x \\ H A •.i Sbai IKI has H I Y -..•-.. !: %  • n • lent of < ted S : % % %  %  B N. V. : !: m it ill BREW W HOOL •I • • • • i:. • Dai I %  %  1 •. N %  w Special Hei %  %  I! B eg -•• not il Don't • %  %  Bl ill DAI in M SDAf Bd BOOL \v. %  W. %  • %  s ,r, yPI RIM < Kl.MIRATION ; • • % %  %  chil'ir' "Ha rnm-ax-ration of p ....A Purim program will be luring th€ • if tt; '. may ai %  SISTERHOOD PI RIM DINNER Betb Dai • MrM i r.r.ual Puril • | : • A ipecial : % %  %  '• %  I • '. M. .T K : • Da rh to *i>e his • • .I. Heat i xv : • '*' K • ma; %  port foi Beth D limit* seating cap%  %  M ri< %  ," make • lerratkrai early. C %  in Semin II • %  1 •' %  : .-. : i H j I I MrM J. C • [ eld a Sit %  %  MJ. L \ Sin. D M %  B HiraeW M N 1; • %  •• | alias I Mr, Jt g MB ;.:-C E Hillyer. Mrs j|, $ Mrs. M W % %  M '• g g BAR mm MI I %  ait B • B SEW rorxc JITWAS CLI B v fount J I %  : k5 vacation in West h. \j.. j. %  Winner and ilaught'r. ,. \ Jfork, who ar^ apeadiiit at P -i*nt a .. IliamL M -. Ka aa m a n of Wil, \. v. mini i" Wtm P %  will remain f ,r -ii-y plaa to mak.> Th 1 Jewi-h ( Poxim dance la: chl in the ballroum of • h^ Jewish I %  : -'f r were I. M Liebermaa -in'! Irman. Hy Selber; Max : Darid Han Mr-. M. w. ill I M.-. Ethel Joel • I Oacau Hagctia • % %  iTPffiicii SO MUCH SO LITTLE I rjnited Ji wlh Welfare aing, March in. will a dinner dance at the n,w %  %  II itel, including a fine ihow. Thoae wi*li:..... %  • arged to make them immediately. Iir Henry I. EngeL o! PI phia. Pa., returned I • service PARK !' I Aid SH • %  ii e for the Af monthly • • %  • • Mrs P. H that ir. the fu%  gs i • %  HONE 21141^% 21S. W. 2n d A ve. Miami. %  / k Jewis/h/n/o/r/Mwn Printers and Publij-herv ^^<-;^%-SS<-S2v^S*^S<*^S^^S$>^SS ^S4r^S<'^S^ S'>S?i



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FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE FEA 1UR E TTES THE WORLD'S -By LUDWIG LEWISOHNThe views expressed by Ludwig I j i-nliii in liis column are his own and do not necessarily reflect the policies or attitude of our publication. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. The Oxford University Press send* me a small, dignified elegant volume, ll is called An Open Letter to Jews and Christians by John Cournos. The substance of the book is an elaboration of Mr. John C'ournos' recent article in the Atlantic. Its importance arises from the fact that the Oxford University Press accepted it ; to liberal but ignorant Christiana the argument of Mr. Cournoi will seem found and weighty. The refusal of Jews to accept it will Mem to these well-meaning persons morose and stubborn. Hence Mr. Cournos is doing definite harm. His Ignorance plays into the hands of the ignnrniici of others and a situation already sufficiently confused becomes in.ne w i-etchedly inextricable. Mr. Cournos starts out with a notion that is correct and Round. I" is this, that as things are in the world today Jews and Christians, p laaeaa ins in common a body of ethical principle and tradition must and should unite in the defense of freedom. o( democracy, of religious liberty igani-; the proponents of the new totalitar ian states. East and West. Berlin nod Moscow are both, as he sees clearly, the necessary enemies of both Jews and Christians and of all that Jews and Christians stand for and need to live by at all. So far. so good, and not a few of us, as Mr. Cournos probably does not know, have been snyinK and preaching that to Jews and ti Christians and to mixed audiences of Jews and Christians for years. The dangerous step in Mr. Cournos* argument is the next step. And that n.xt step proceeda from psychological sources of the aeK-negating, Msimilatory. essentially tic" %  ghetto kind. It is a mark ol thfa mechanism thai it will i>->t permit the patient to Inform himself, to knew the minimum he should know. Hence Mr. Cournos proposes that this Jewish-Christ Ian collaboration should begin with a Jewish concession and that this concession should consist in Jews uniting with Christians in making their common fight ill the name of Jesus. Jesus as what*! As the greatest and culminant prophet, says Mr. Coumos. Now and then he flirts with the notion of epedal divineness of an equivocal kind. This is most dangerous and most dangerously ignorant. To Jews Jesus is not and cannot he and should not be the greatest of the prophets. Christendom as such, as Christendom, affirms the incarnation. The necessary collaboration between Jews and character you create enmity, strain, upon the vast ethical ground they have in common. Once you introduce the theological symbols of psychical character yon create enemity, strain, nnhappiness for everyone. Jesus is not '"the ultimate expression of Jewish genius." He may be the divines! ::ift <>• Jewish genius to the world. But the Jesus of the synoptic gospels, though a thorough Jew. not unacquainted with the oral tradition, a Pharisee himself and a teacher in synagogues, represents temporarily and through certain recorded teachings a type which is not central to the developement of Judaism. What in Hi stenchings is acceptable to us is all contained in the teachings and sayings of sages that came before Him. His additions or rectifications, from His point of view, are not acceptable to us. The strictly Jewish sect He founded was merely a sect. It was schismatic. It was upon its elements of eccentricity—its distance from our center—that it was possible to found Christianity. The pagans were surfeited with Nature Their acceptance of mere nature wai destroying them. Tiny needed to repudiate all that they had been. Upon that putting on of a new inninaii through the grace ami the vicarious merit of the (ioilman—upon that mechanism and doctrine was Christianity founded. It is so still. It is comfortable to the needs of the nations ami DO Jew will treat it without rev crence. Hut it is not his way. We never repudiated nature. We sought to sanctify nature. We sought to collaborate with (Jod toward a more and more redeemed nniverae. That is the meaning of the Law. By observing the Law the people of Israel self-integrates itself again and again from age to age and redeems itself and helps to redeem the world and the nations. That is our function. It is nonsense when Mr. Cournos says that our failure to accept Jesus is our great "transgression" and it is very dangerous nonsense. The Inquisition held no more than that ; (ioga of Boumanifl holds no more than that. Mr. Cournos quotes both Stephen Wise and myself. He misinterprets ns both completely, for the simple reason that neither one of us assumed in our hearers an ignorance as complete as his. The Pagan world of old "mytholoIContinued on Page Eight) Launch Movement for Colony Singers and Composers Indianapolis. iWNS)—A movement to establish a permanent colony in Palestine of prominent Jewish singers and composers who will develop a Palestine symphonic choir and endeavor to create compositions based upon Biblical themes has been launched here by Cantor Myro Glass of Beth-El Temple, Indianapolis. The proposed Colony, Cantor Class explained, would reflect the spirit of Palestine, and it is hoped it will eventually develop into avillage housing musical festivals and pageantry of great magnitude. The meinbershi pof the proposed choir will he comprised of prominent singers and Composers of all nations families on Jewish national Fund who are to be colonized with their land and left free to create new compositions. Cantor Glass is chairman of a national committee furthering the project. Among those on the committee are Professor Jacoii Weinlierg of New York. Itahbi James Q. Heller of Cincinnati. Mine. Manna-Zucca, Emanuel List, Metropolitan Opera basso, and Sidor Ilelarsky. STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Tidbits From Everywhere WATCH IT! Washington officialdom isn't at all fooled by Berlin's warning to German citizens in America to clear out of the i -1 %  i -. i: i American Bund. The G-men .ire stiii keeping a close watch on Nazi doings. That Department cif Justice report on the Bund is about ready for publication. The Nazi link to the espionage ring uncovered in New York is giving Washington plenty to think about. Berlin is said to me readying more announcements in an attempt to calm anti-Nazism feeling here. There's a Swell scramble under way for control of the Hum! and its major source of income, the sale of literature, uniforms, swastikas and flags. When and if Fuehrer Fritz Kuhn returns from Germany, he'll have to fight for the leadership. His fuebrership is being challenged by .hums Wheeler-Hill and Kurt Mertig. Bill Yarewick. rookie pitcher with the New York Giants, was put on the earpet by the sports writer when they discovered a swastika ann-band stuck on the mirror of his hotel room. The rookie, who hails from New Y'ork, explained that his dki brother had swiped it somewhere and stuck it into his bag as a joke. At ;0 West 42nd Street, New York, functions the masSouthwest Jewish Leaders Who Attended J. D. C. Regional Conference in Dallas MfcotelJOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE 1938 CAMPAIGN FOR $5,100,000 UNDER DISCUSSION BY JEWISH LEADERS. {Left to "**> ,,idor C on8 Nrw York Cit ,\' Nations! Director J.D.C Campaign; A. EngeUman, Oklahoma City. Oklahoma; Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, New York City, National Chairman. J.D.C. Campaign; Julius Livingston. IIIIMI. Oklahoma; I. H. Kempner, Calveston, Texas, and Joe Weingarten, Houston, Texas. W/ (Left) Standing left to right are: Simon Sakowitt, Houston. Texas; Herliert Mallinson, Dalian, Texas; Sidney L. Herold, Sr., Shrrveport. Loumana, and E. R. Kaufman, Lske Charles, Louisiana. CONFERENCE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE: (Rig/if) Seated left to right art: Gilbert Lang, San Antonio, Texs.; A. D. Engelsman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Albert Pletlmsn. Port Arthur, Texas; Louey Migel, Waco, Texas; Rabbi Ira E. Sanders, Little Rock, Arkansas; A. J. Urbansky. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and Sol Brschmsn, Fort Worth, Texas. Standing left to right: S. S. Kay, GalvAton, Texas; Isidor Coons, New York City, JD.t, National Campaign Director, and Philip H..LipMate, Tyler, Texas, Chairman Resolution* Committee. iiumi iimiilrtM termind who wants justice In Palestint— for the Arabs. Hiname is Harry It. Snyder, and he is .me of the big editors of the MelSraw Hill Publishing Company, Wheu Snydfer issued his first manifesto against a Jewish State he was submerged with an enthusiastic response' from various people, some Jews Included. But into the literature of the Snyder office there has crept a—shall we say— -lightly anti-Semitic undercurrent. In any case, recently three gentlemen representing Mr. Bnyder'a Committee were received by President Roosevelt and Secretary Hull, and presented to the mthe point of the newly created pro-Arab Committee, ACROSS THE BRINY One of the lesser-known by-procl, nets of the admission of Nazis to the ; Austrian cabinet is the rush of Austrian Catholics on church offices, to obtain birth certificates. They want to be prepared to prove their Aryan origin in tin; event the country goes completely Nazi, tine of the clauses in the new Fascist constitution of Itoiimania makes it impossible for Octavian Goga ever again to become a minister or premier. The clause excludes from cabinet jobs any one who has not been Roumanian for at least three generations—and Goga was born in Hungary. Since the overthrow of the Goga regime the governments of Yugoslavia and Bulgaria have become more friendly to Jews. Premier Stoyadonivitch of Yugoslavia received a Jewish delegation for the first time in three years. Mussolini is trying to prevail upon Ginn Olivetti, noted Jewish industrialist who resigned several government post* as a protest against anti-Semitism, to come hack. But Olivetti says nix. A Jew will be the official in charge of directing the formal entertainment of King Cared when lie visits London. Pnder the law the Commissioner of PublicWorks bandies government hospitality, anil that Job is now held by Sir Philip Bassoon, sir Philip's cousin, Sir Victor, won plaudits in India for donating $18,600 to the 1! bay Anti-Tuberculosis Fund, but Jens in the Far Fast are asking bow come the Bassoons don't help the needy Jews iii Shanghai. Diplomatic gossips whisper that the real reason the German generals were no anxious to get rid of War Minister von Plumber", was that they feared the influence of his young bride, who is s,. fanatic an adherent "f the swastiku that she would have given the Naz-s a direct influence in the War Ministry. In fact. Nazi bigwigs are said to have promoted the sensational romance. The sudden arre-t of Baron Gotfried von Cramm, Naailand's number-one tennis player, may be explained by rumors that his family tree is not entirely kosher. OCR BRITISH FRIENDS London Jewry is still talking about the exciting election to fill a vacant vice-presidency on the Board of Deputies. The loser. Otto Schlff. a nephew of the late Jacob Bchiff, would probably have won if he hadn't been labeled the candidate of those opposing a Jewish State in Palest inc. He lost by only six votes. The 25th anniversary of the appointment of Joseph Hertz as chief rabbi of the British Empire reminds us that his chief competitor was Or. Moses Hyamsnn. now rabbi of Orach Cliaim Congregation in New York, the pulpit Pr. Hertz was filling when he got the British position. Simon Marks and Israel Seiff. two of England's wealthiest men and decisive factors in Jewish affairs, are not only business partners, but relatives. Marks is a brother of Mrs. Seiff. and Mrs. Marks is the sister of Seiff Humbert Wolfe, better known to the British public as a poet, has been named deputy secretary of the (Continued on Page Eight) a



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FACE SIX THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 193fr THE POLISH ENIGMA C hanging Tactics In the War On the Jews RABBINICAL CONFERENCE MEETS IN MIAMI CONGREGATION BETH JACOB i rrv>_ ; J DI>AA4 YaTiaawii VAMAV %  l VMI II \M 7\ KKKMXN imp hi liimhw the. wer*. I'.Jand Mr 7:ikrman Mate ai ieti.w la .h. Ml h< taw \Mni '"ii Ji 'h • Washington Avenue a MCSES VE5C"EL0FF. = Jt: i2 Jaffa raea >- B-:-I I-UB1 ,rd Third Street, Miami Beach MAURICI C MAMCHES. Cantjr 72 Meridian Avenue 'Phone S-2C3 wiag R P.^r. A. !' \ %  •I tbaa it %  v i TV *-• .. K R • v ~ f M :• v M %  i k, BBdH lb.MI;-. i Mr. L-i iz -•• —%  %  \| etvaaal the agea of 1 A .. S K v I Mr. B ... >!;• r • .'. A • wn *• ... %  %  %  %  %  • %  %  i %  %  I • %  f ItatK ... %  3 %  mad' %  %  : -... %  • -; •i :a %  >**:K %  • I '• • •%  %  %  RK9M ITION o\ \ Uf| I %  Srtt* %  KF^oi i Tins ov MUBTTIVES %  •• naoc • %  %  aani RSAM I T10\ OK RAIXAH £ —. Ra '•:-kdofl will aataVeta Tr1 -t^d 10 attend. BAR MITZVAH N _• -. -•n of MMrE Ntftr, will celebrate L %  ciiLs a Bar Mitzvab this Sa\ ... • .a wfl] CASTORS CONCERT :-111 if -. Mamcbe* w a > i-Dt*n or. Beu Hal -" -.••.'.;.. k. T %  ..-. -j. .. %  RBUGIOI ^ M not.I A r s • > HVBWOTH Tb' z t -• 1.' ar.d 1" M. %  Mi i YV, ... %  M— • I %  %  -" ffaii the fan Hi -•.•'r,rd a IUI^1 • w. wUk %  \<• WIIB.-VU.I. chart' or -• orgar WdaMaaaa* e*Jaaa*| %  %  %  Me-cbtloC 'L tii NadmiaaaoB }:abbi. | TW TH vr.KXli f | %  RSMil i TTON nnneiawat ac ParE.rtr %  1 TldV f.\ JFAXlvH YOl TH } Ml l \TI0V RBRM TH.V (,v IVOR.,XM7n. JEWISH | OMMl VITM.v DEK: P KEH : : .Ll.lAa*SO< r ASDERSON rhv •. v. MI RlM'l I T10N ON \K\T HiWJMH.S I %  REM.U tiov OS OFTIlF.K> : Vours of District 2 GIVE YOUR SUPPORT TO FRANK 0. PRUITT 4 MIAMI REACH YOU MAY AS WTL1 EAYX TE£ BSST RITTER'S HOTEL LA FLORA HOTEL COLLIKS AYI AT THIRTEEFTE SPECIAL 1CW KATES POE PASSOVER illiaiAlM. Low Rt for March anc Aprfl rrFTAJT LAWS STTJCTLY OBSERVED BBROLTTim ov UL\ WORK i %  rid -:atit W BRTABLIsn ran \


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FRIDAY, MAECH 18, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D. 6996 AlbacorDrive—6-1265 MIAMI BEACH BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-95*8 MIAMI Either or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every mornlnft \ou may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic ?Sct >Bfldnc?Z neeUles t0 8ay each matter WUl be held In FRIDAY NIGHT — MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS — PAY NO VISI GIVE NO PARTIES GO TO TEMPLE CONGREGATIONAL idgiilur service! will be held at the Temple thin Friday evening, March 18th, 1888, at 8:15 p. m. Babbi Coliiuiii A. Zwitman will discuss the I'urim theme in his termon entitled •The Festival of Lots, and Our Prea%  iit Ixit." Services will be conducted bj Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan. A reception, tendered by the Temple Sisterhood to quests and metnberg ,.f the congregation, will follow the -••rviccs. BAR MITZVAH On Sutnrdiiy ninniing, March 10th, 1S88 at 10:00 a. m.. the Mar Mitzvah .rl.'brniion of Martin Roasn will be held at our morning services. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Hosen. the parents of the Bar Mitzvah. invite all of their friends, membera and co-workera in our congregation, to share with them their joy. A reception, in honor of the Bar Mitzvah. will be given after the services. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL. A most inspiring address was heard by those present at the Assembly of our Religion! School last Sunday morning, when Judge Harry Fisher of Chicago analyzed the problem of "Why Remain Jews." The speaker is one of the outstanding Jewish leadment, to be presented b> the children in the form „f u I'urim play, and a mu-ieai program. Talented children of the school will participate In an informal display of song and merriment. A delicious rapper will be served by a special committee of the Sisterhood, headed by Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs. Harry Nevini and Mrs. Gordon Davis. The very nominal charge of 25c for the supper will be the only one levied from those who attend. Parents of children in the Religious School are urged to bring their chil (Inn to this celebration. SISTERHOOD BRIDGE PARTY Mrs. J. A. Kicbter, Mrs. Benj. I.evlne, Mrs. Charles Greenfield, Mrs. Mendel I'roiner, Mrs. Lewis Brown and Mrs. Albert Seiden will he the hostesses at a card party to be held at the Winklcr Hotel, 7(H) Euclid Avenue, Miami Reach, on Tuesday. March 22nd, at 1 :.I0 p. in. Beautiful door prizes will be given and adinis ition for the afternoon will be BOc. The proceeds will go towards the Sis terhood Pledge Fund. BOAT RIDE Mrs. Harry Rubin, chairman i.f ers. and his address was most favorthe Sisterhood Scholarship Fund, anal, ly accepted by the children and the i nounces that on Sunday, March 27111 parent! present. a very Interesting cruise in a sightPI'RIM CELEBRATION seeing boat will be given. If the l.-tters hnve already been written weather does not permit the cruise on la the parents of the children in our the 27th of March, it will he held on Sunday School, inviting them to atthe following Sunday. The boat will 1.1 d the Purim celebration at the leave the Floridian dock. Miami Beach pie on Sunday afternoon. March at 4 :7. Attended Miami High School where he gradnatin 11110. He worked as Deputy Clark In 'rimlnal Court Of Record under Dale Miller and Ben Bbeppard. Studied %  during this time. He was admitti 'I to practice in Hill'. Enlisted I'nited States Army in W17. Served with Army Air Service %  pilot, discharged 1819 and returned t resume practice. Between years of Iftl'S and 1!).'!1 %  was Assistant County Solicitor charge of prosecution of felony '-'s iii Criminal Court. Appointed by the Governor as State Attorney in 1885, be was cotnmlasron'd for four years, is married, has two I, both born in Miami. In office he has made a very splen• d record and earned the plaudits of Bch aud bar of this area and the Mate. with the degr f Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He served in the World War as a second lieutenant in the machine gun officer's detachment of the infantry. After finishing his education Mr. Pruitt became associated with the Southeastern Underwriter*! Association in Atlanta. He has always taken an active interest in the civic affairs of Greater Miami and was mayor of Miami Shores Village from the time its charter was granted until January 1. 1!.'!7 when he declined to run again because of pressure of other duties. Mr. Pruitt is a member of the Miami Country Club. Trinity Methodist Church and past president of the Miami Junioi chamber of Commerce, in 1926 he married Martha Lowe of Maci.n. They have three sons, Frank Jr., 1(1. — B — Will we or will we not make good for the next District Convent ion at Orlando is the question that interests most of B'nai B'rith workers now. there's some Important matters to be acted on at this convention which will he held on May 28th aud 80th, and the more members we get in, the more members who pay up their dues in full. so many more dnloantCH will we he entitled to and the greater influence will Miami and the rest of Florida he able to exercise at this meeting, — B — B'nai B'rith set tl sample last week by endorsing the movement for a Federation of Jewish Charities am' one combined drive a year. thiweek the United Jewish Appeal fol lowed our example and endorsed the movement too. — 1! — And now we note that Austria B'nai B'rith Lodges have been dis solved by the Nazi groans, something we feared hut were not surprised at. — B — How many Ben Briths attended Purim services last Wednesday night is problematical. we'll bat they ate Hainan Tashen though. — B — What columnist's ghost writer threatens to resign and give up the ghost? — B — We haven't heard from Dr. Werblow yet. how about some action. Doc? How about taking care of lleinv S, and Peter 5. The family re] the boys and girls at the University -ides at .'Stl3 \. B. 98th Street. for the Sader Service! next month? Camp Wohelo for Girls 185 mile* from Washington. I). ('.: 80 miles from Baltimore. Md.; in the heart of the Blue Ridge (.Mountains. Frank O. Pruitt. a well known Mi' !" i general insurance agent and hairman of the Dade County budget commission since its creation in 1989 as announced his candidacy foi county commissioner from District !" 0. "J. He is an immediate past president of the Miami Kiwanis Club. Mr. Pruitt was horn In Thomas villa, (Ja.. on August 1. 1898. After Kradugting from the Robert E. Lee "igh school there, he entered Georgii M 'h, graduating in the .lass of 1H21 NINTH SKA SONOPENS JULY 1st For Information helpful to you and your daughters, write or phone Bertha Berkowich Levy 0WNBB and DIRKCTOR 1825 s. W. tsth Kraut MIAMI. KI..V. 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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAH THE POLISH ENIGMA (Continued from Page Six) (and il -• :. with thl Uoumanreally are not i a .! culture. B II a far m^ • %  r.ange in Poland %  %  • %  • intry. During thi :•'• %  • the T>n. f Polii .-•-'.:' %  • i n. %  %  I f its lal it The ;nine. T:. .11 anil t movement is 1 V mportaut still i> tli-• !' gentxis which hail hitl .own DO rigi at life. It I 1' I '• %  ll movement, but there en eer. Minings within the dV •empt to organise. AH tha -• • %  •. t> tthi r eonvl no i the I % %  • liniment, which lst [ccembet r.ibling on the brink of Kac:-m. that a leap into that ahy-s would not %  -%  '". I first anticipated. In its ; mood. Poland would have • : %  • %  .: Spain if the government '•' • entirely. A genera] retreat was called • i tin lal .: i political line and •hi* had the itroi %  %  %  I %  the at d-Jewish drive. For in F.,-:: n E irope, it icli arly n %  w that anti-Semitism hi not enmoveinent directed against the Jews. With the rise if Nazism it has me a KreeB behind which the Fa-• forces In Poland have therefore made the fight on anti-Semitism the %  enter of their entire struggle with Fascism: their battle cry and rally* Ing point, even as the Fascists made the snti-Jcwisb drhe the rhin the nominating com% %  are. ehairman. Mrs. Louis Simonvitx: Miss Ruth Fininan. Mrs. Harry Kotler, Mist Fl rence Abrnmind Mrs. Roasel Rcrnheiin. Thi 1' nor dinner dance plans were rtiw :-%  '. The i !l be held 26. a: the Floridian Hotel. Mrs. 1 %  reneral chairman %  I the committee on arrangements, The Tampa Jewish Women's organisations held their annual ,i..iut %  recently with Mr-. Oxi Marcos, vice-president of the Temple Guild Sisterhood, serving as ehairman in tinabsence of Mrs. Daniel Rachelson, president. The meeting was held Sisterhood as hostesses of the the Sisterhood si bosteses of the Mrs. D. L. Zielonka, program an >.f the Tampa Council, National Council "f Jewish Women, aned the program, a paper OH the I State Sisterhood convention byMr-. Marguerite Hammer, a recitation by Cecile Waterman, a guitar solo by Edward H. Weissman, accompat -I by A. Lincoln Keene, a readit g by Florence Abramovitz. original and modern versions of Longfellow's "Children') Hour" by Miss Rae Birnback and MisBeatrice Feiner. Tribute was paid to Mrs .Henry Brash, founder of the Tmnpa C icil of Jewish Women and to Mrs, Abe Haas who was celebrating her birthday anniversary. Mrs. Ernest Maaa gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Ben Halmoviti the closing prayer. Reports were given by Mrs. Joseph (Continued on Page Nine) THE WORLD'S WINDOW DENTIST DR. R. S. AKERS DR. R. WILLIAMSON DR. H. L. ANDERSON CLOSED SATURDAY Open Evenings by Appointment Ph. 2-2131 1764 N. W. 36th St. (Continued from Page Five) sized" the figure of the Nasarene Into the image of itneed. That ia great and sacred human process. But its need was not oura. it is not now. <>nr need is not redemption from the natural man: it it redemption of the mental is the difference expressed by mental is the differenc expressed bj these two propositions. If Mr. Conrnoa will read Travert Herfird's book on the Pharisees and (ieorge Foote M ehistory of tinJews in the age of Jesus and occasionally in whatever language indulge in a blatt gemorah, he might stop talking the dangerous and unrealistic sense which even the finest most learned of Christian theoli no lot gi t talk. The worst • t it is that thidanger,,u%  endli as attractiveness for the woi' There ino doubt that tl ditors of the < ixford Cniversity Pn have access to advice in i>otli Kngland America — Christian advice — would bave -tamped this '.,,!; n shallow, unhistorical, likely to mnki confusion worse confounded. Instead of utiii/.ing such advice they rushed into print. "Aha, here ia Jew who -aythat the Jews should accept .1.Ua. Well, we always suspected that they were holding out on us through mere stabborness. It's like them. We don't really like them anyway, though as cultivated people-we're polite. Xn wonder, no wonder that they're pei led, though that s„ rI ,,f thing iheneath us. Conrnoa anyhow, seen through tlnm. He's a nice Jew—" Anothei net Jew. his th in11,„.^...E;|, -Bhuzi as* 'PTU of 9^bra. pledge a*a*"f. .„..• $t i* mith a S YEARS Or-.SO MNISC MAtZO H£AL FABF.Et f AXE MEAL • (60 MATtg I fa i < on I in in at from Page Ki\, Ministry of Labor. A play call. We Not Bleed?" which deals u, Imaginary country called Qalania ind the action of which centers an Streicher-like character, is enjoying great popularity In London. Thi Palestine display t the great B %  Empire Exhibition in Qlasgos M May will he OM showing Pale-tine fruits. ABOUT PEOPLE To-ianini had decided to iai Salzburg engagement even befoi now historicSchussnigg--Hitler fab. He was sick of the ptes erted by "friends" to permit Faitwaengier, the Nazi conductor, to be i guest conductor at Salzburg. W!nn he was lost in Salzburg Furtu i came to him and pleaded for a in the name of Richard \V DUsic. To-canini drew himself ,| said: "You don't represent Wagner— vou represent Hitler." The March of Time newsreel i preparing a Palestine story, to take away the li, of the •'Inside N'nzi Germany" short, Which reminds us that Paul Muni, now on bit way back from Pal will avoid New York press and julb men by landing in Canada. Lonll Pekarsky, Seven Artist** Hollywood correspondent, is ailing. You can do a great mitsvah by dropping | line .at the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Los Angeles. Thos*> who thentell iiPresident Rosaeveii go) a h at an Bast side settlement bouse. One wnd by the 8h II si on be n i amed in hot o late l. (lerahwin. Billy B • branching oul as B la Will Rogers, Wl i I re work for Pick Mane %  -agent. STORY OF THE WEEK l.'u'h Katsh, one of Macy's brain-. and in private life I(. Abraham L. Feinberg, brought stunfrom Europe. One Tuea Paris, where the fonr-day work week prevail-, ghe noticed n worklngmai calmly smoking his pipe instead of attending to his machine in the plant "Whafi the trouble, Jenny" thi isked. Jean philosophically axpeel eu and curtly replied: "I'm waiting". Later in the day. when the for iai tactfully suggested that he might make an attempt to earn his wages, •ban still insisted: "I'm waiting." Finally the factory manager went over to -lean and asked: "But what ire Fou waiting for?" Jean scratched his head and explained: "You s this way—First Moses came along, and made Saturday a day of re-: — Then Jesus came, anil made Sun lay a day of rest—Last year Leon Blum Wve us Monday off—So now I'm waiting for another Jew to come al ing and give us Tuesdav off." KOSHER ZI0N SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. tad Normal Ave CHICAGO, ILL. 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FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE NINO ORAYNOO "OUR LIGHT" BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER, EDITOR CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM I EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA. RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP ORLANDO, FLA. • ;U2 HARWELL STREET .8:10 Pni. Sermon by P Skop ou 'Jewish Weapons of p. -• Against Ilntred and Bigotry. I'IRIM CARNIVAL !.iy. March 20th, 2:30 p. m., ;llrcn of the Religious School u ill participate in a colorful I'urim .1 with costumes, decorated i:aines and refreshments, InI Ilamantaschen. Prizes will irded fr the best decorated and -i and funniest costumes YOUTH FOURM 'I %  topic for next week's discussiou will be "The Value of Jewish M and Ceremonies." 11 KIM SEl'DAH I jo the fine work of Mr. L. S. I >,.] and his committee, the first I'urim Scudah was one of the in.i.i outstanding events of the year. I lition to the delicious Puriin let, there were Purim songs and I'urim stories. Rabbi Skop hold : i it her interesting Purim selebrationi in Jewish history. ADI/LT CULTURE SERIES -iderable interest has been .-•d by the forthcoming two lccrurea OB Sunday night, April 3rd and 10th. to be delivered at the Synagogue ny Professor Richard Fcuersteiu of Rollins College. Professor Fcuersteiu is instructor of HMgOTf Bl Kotliijp and a respected member of the Ohev Shalom Congregation. His first lecture will be on "Spinoza—God Iniixj.iited Mind." His second lecture will be on "Baal Sham Tov—God Inted Heart." Professor Feuer%  keen student of Jewish lit• and a forceful sneaker. His lectures are awaited with interest. Mr, 1 I Hainiowitz, scholarship piu• will play and Rabbi Morris A. ill present "The Jew in World N Admission to members of the ration 25c; non-members, 35c. ORAYNOO Tii' Rabbi is grateful for the fine -• %  which has greeted the apce of the community publicsI 'raynoo. The first issue was possible through the kindness idvertlsing of the Goldstein KnsliVieat Market. It is hoped to pubbia community bulletin twice a until the close of the year. The -lie will appear l>cforc PassAll organizations are urged to D their notices before the first I April, t; IBBINICAL ASSOCIATION" Rabbi and Mrs. Skop returned from 1 very enjoyable stay in Miami where the Rabbi was elected secretary of • Florida Rabbinical Association. A '<'lution was passed to have the xt convention of the State Rabbis t" be held in Orlando, Florida, three weeks after Succouth. The Rabbi and Mrs Skop were the guests of the Mi• mi Rabbinical Association while in Miami and were accompanied to Miami" and back by Rabbis Rurger and "bstbaum and Rabbi and Mrs. MarU"lis of Jacksonville. B'NAI B'RITH The next meeting of B'nai B'rith will mark the formal installation of the 1.allies Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith. Mr. Barney Cohen, president, and Mr. Nat Berman, vice-president, are arranging a very interesting program, including a debate between Mr. Martin Segal, attorney, and Rabbi Skop. on the subject: "Resolved, That Communism and Judaism are Incompatible." LADIES AUXILIARY At the last meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary, Mrs. Gus Bear, cultural chairman, introduced as guest speaker. Judge Martha Gore, of the Juvenile Court, who delivered a fascinating address on "Child Delinquency and Youth Problems." All women, uot yet members of the Ladies Auxiliary, are invited to join this active and cultured group of Jewish women serving unselfishly the Jewish community through its support of the Religious School and congregational activities. Communicate with Mrs. Ben Salomon. MEMORIAL FOR ABRAHAM JACOB Rabbi Skop has received a beautiful letter from the children of Abraham Jacob who recently passed away, asking for a suggestion for an appropriate memorial for their loving father and devoted Jew. The Rabbi is considering a number of appropriate suggestions and will soon announce the dedication of this memorial in the synagogue In memory of Mr. Abraham Jacob, father of our vice-president, Mr. Louis Jacob, and of Mr. and Mrs. Frank, of Detroit, Mich. TAMPA NOTES (Continued from Page Eight) Waterman, president of the Tampa Section National Council of Jewish Women: Mrs. I. Segall, president of Rodoph Sholom auxiliary : Mrs. David l'ennan. president of Tampa Junior Hadassah; Sirs. Marcus, for the Bitter! d mid Miss Helen Aronovits, president of the Jewish Juniors. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the meeting. A. /.. A. TO HOLD SERVICES The newly installed Tampa Chapter No. 311 of the Aleph Zadek Aleph, Junior B'nai B'rith. will conduct the complete services at Temple Rodoph JUSTICE 'OF THE SURREY COURT Democratic Primary. /938 T-.ot>-F.. Ac.... YI.P.'""" *• r..~..i PgcgM %  fo<"> rno 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 Ruga Blankets Alligator Bags — Silver Work 25C Admission Includes Everything OPEN TO VISITORS 9:00 A. M-6 P. M. Something Interesting to See All the Tjrne_ %  %  %  HRr L & %  -.%  ,::Wj0i '>,,..,, • an *T-r .i %  '%an %  & m ,. m^**~. .~*- !" % % %  •tmm mr*\< "ii mm\ &,;4i^-..i.aa.mmi^ 1 t is r '*^ffl I ^^ M *"^^u mm t t "(J _^ %  1 %  '"" RABBINICAL CONFERENCE HERE Among rabbis attending the State Rabbinical Con fe r enc e at Temple Israe I. HI N. K. IMh Street, are Rabins Carl N. Herman of West Palm Keach; Jacob H. Kaplan. Miami; Piser \V. .laenl.s. SI. Petersburg; Max Shapiro. Miami; A. S. Klrinfeld. Ii.i ytoua Beach; Morris D. Margolis. Ja rhsonville; Adolph Burger. Tampa. Moses Mescheloff, Miami Beach; Ab raham A. Kellner. Miami; MiniA. Skop. Orlando; Irving Obstbahm. St. Petersburg, and Colman A. Zwit man. Miami. Sholom. Friday evening. March 2.1. at 8 :00 P. If. Willie Oster will act as Cantor fur the evening and will read the entire service. Sam Wclier will give the blessings On the wine. Louis Morris, president, will give a talk on the A. "/.. A. Sabbath. The Cantor will be assisted in conducting services by the A. 7i. A. Choir, composed of all members of the A. '/.. A. An enjoyable evening is insured everyone that attends. The Tampa Chapter has been meeting every Tuesday evening at the V. M. II. A. The newly appointed advisers, members of the B'nai B'rith. were introduced at this time. The; arc ;Abe Sillier, chairman ; Abe Wolfson and Irvin Salsbury. Plans were made for several of the members to attend the District Convention being held in Charleston. South Carolina. Sunday. March 20. The boys will leave Saturday morning by car and will return Tuesday. Members planning to make the trip are: Louis Morris, president : Sam Argintar, treasurer; Irvin Peckett, reporter; Phil Raimovit, monitor; Willie Oster, sergeant-at-arms and Sam Weber. The first baseball practice of th" season has been called for Sunday morning at 10:00 a. m.. at Plant Field by Sol Kotler, chairman of tb* Athletic Committee. The A. 7. A. plans to enter a team in one of the city leagues. SOCIETY PI RIM DINNER TO BE GIVEN Beth David Purim dinner will be held on Sunday evening, March 2 >. in the Talmud Torah with the Sisterhood members In charge of arrangements, Mrs. Jacob Engler i general chairman and will be assisted by the Mesdames I.. II. Harts, Sol Welnkle, .1. Kopelowits, M. Scheinberg, Charles Abbott. H. Sutan, Stanley C. Myers. Sadye Rose, Jack August. Sol Grief anil A. Rubin. Miss Ida Bugler will !>• %  toastmistress, Mrs. Morris Sehwarta the involution and Etapbi Max Shapiro the benediction. Cantor Louis Hayman will sing the traditional Purim songs. LOYALTY CLUB TO PRESENT SHOW Planare being completed by the Loyalty Club of Bmunafa chapter for a vaudeville show and dance to be held Saturday evening. April Jill, in the Scottish Kite Temple from !;IH) p. m.. to 1 :"*i a. m.. with Chester Alexander a. master of ceremonies, In charge of arrangements are Mrs. Bernard Simon assisted br all the members of the Club. Tirk.'Ts are 5l>e and may be seccured from any members, • • • DEDICATOR) SERVICES TO BE HELD Beth David Congregation will hold dedicatory services for the Memorial Placque donated to the congregation b) Mi. Harry Markowits and his son Tommy. In memory of his wife. Frieda Markowits, and his mother-in-law, Dora Cohen, on Tuesday. March 20 at 8 ;15 p. in. • • • VISITS IN MIAMI Mrs. I. Bwersky, of Norfolk. Va.. is visiting her sister and brother-inlaw., Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Oiiphant, and will remain here for several Week-. • • • SISTERHOOD TO SPONSOR BOAT KIIH. Temple Israel Sisterh I will -: %  or s boat ride through Biscayne '. among nine beautiful islandon Si: day afternoon. March 27, starting promptly at 4:00 p. m. The boat will leave from the Chamber of Commeree docks at Alton Road and Fifth Street. Miami liearh. In charge of arrangements are Mas. Harry Rubin and reservations may be male with her. any member of the Sisterhood or at the Temple. A WORD TOTHIWISE + MORE F 0H YOURMQHD' Here is extra earning power from your savings account with absolute safety We have always paid 4 percent on savings no matter how large or small Each account is insured up to $5,000 by a governmental agency. PHONE 3-2652 IH50MD SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOAMS DRDE FEDERAL snvincs nno Loan nssocmTion OF mmmi | fW.Coiijr-gEi Blda., 109 N. E. Second Ave. J. M. 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D<-Lux.one :-••: ::i s M ---= -* S GREA-ESBUS'NESS VrV"ER.!TT Nsi Southoen Business Uoivorsi' FLRMTLRE reoai.-ing and retinl r.e Do not take ch-nces wi*> ierjor craftsmen Onlv the finest of done For a real job ..a".l %  Estii toi g:\er. %  %  P. Co. Inc.. ITT." S W. t-h >t FURNITURE SPECIALS RELIABLE MATTRESS CO. n 5 ftertllie Re.-ovate ar.d Upholstoi P.eliable work is cheaper and be:Ph t-H9l. :-iiy f t -.\.ct. HI S. W. l.th Ave. TROPICAL MATTRESS CO. UPHOLSTERING. Reo ratine Cushions. Pillows Inner Spr.ruj Bo Slip C'-.e.. telophono 4-II14 :-day senrlee. 22 2 \V Fla^ PICTURE FRAMING We CaU tor ,ind Deliver Orders WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP Pictures Framed—Framed Pictures— Tlass Frai-.es. 171 N. W. 1st Street Phor.e C-:4S2 MISCELLANEOUS CHIROPODISTS R PFTN, :' l %  %  pc'.at men t InBEDS C-^rrLET• •:• new~l ~~ *. M new steel ecu 7 SO: overstaffed f "•• %  ng rm saiu s. 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OSTEOPATHICCLINIC GENERAL EQUIPMENT E'SCAYNE CLINIC— H -•. • <• %  : .c • >" T -• i-• • • : w 7th St. i hcr.e :•' %  S^OW CASES. WALL CASES. DRUG FIXTURES. OFFICE EQUIPMENT I %  • %  Fyiiiipment at sacnfleo price. GENERAL TRADING COMPANY Hi N. Miami Avenne CORSETS GENERAL REPAIRING FLORA s COSSET SHOP-Viimi'i C ceit re* at 1J2 N E. 1-6 Ave. A:-:t '-:" C;-.q-et Bag PS-58'4. %  '•%  %  :. SICAL r. r.... LUCILE S'EPMENSCN HOVE REPAIRS— Plasterin 8 Palnt'"Sroofing ca-ce-tework. Esti-atei f-e. JOE POHNL ."•-(.-> = tr GOAT MILK VRS. TAYLOR DAVVERS. for 1S years connected win IMme. Mponabgnabt i now doing expert alterations and dressmaking in her own nome at reasonable prices. 605 S W •8tn Ave. Phore f C'O. • • %  I ugalns—Paints anj • %  s. gen,-' -• N ^ %  2r.-', S: MONUMENTS te, Bronse Mi ^ -room ::•n n MIAMI MONUMENT CO. MARBLE Onu u and Bronte mark, ers. Mausolems, cemetery work of ... N W %  *" THORA AVERI Personality At your home or -it S Telephone 4-S313. Studio 141 Blvd. Cora! 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FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE ELEVEN YOURS TO OWN-YOURS TO SERVE WITH! TEES LOVELY TABLEWARE WELL BE YOU R PROUD LIFELONG POSS ESSION Truly Such An Amazing Offer May Ne ver Come to Yo u Again BEAUTIFUL 6-PIECE UNIT OF WM. A. ROGERS A-1 PLUS SILVERWARE absolutely free for every New Subscription or only 99c with coupon for our old subscribers COMPLETE 6-PIECE UNIT With a Written Guarantee Contains: 1 SALAD FORK 2 TEASPOONS 1 SOUP SPOON 1 DINNER FORK 1 DINNER KNIFE (Solid Handle—Stainless Steel Blade) 6 Beautiful Pieces P ure Silver Plated Rich Lustrous SILVERWARE That Beautify Your Table Something You've Always Wanted Beautiful Silverware! All women love fc ... but few women own it. Picture your table set with rich, lustrous silverware. Picture serving your guests with the famous ROGERS SILVERWARE! To the thousands of women who have always wanted this we have an announcement of great importance to make. The Jewish Floridian, through the co-operation of Oneida, Ltd., makers of ROGERS SILVERWARE, now make it possible for ALL women to own America's Standard of Tableware Excellence. No longer need you envy other women, no longer need vou just hope for fine tableware ... but you, too, can now enjoy lovely ROGERS SILVERWARE—to enrich your table, to evoke the admiration of your guests. Heavy Quality— Guaranteed Without Time Limit "This beautiful Rogers Silverware Set, representing a complete table service for one person, in the smart new Encore Design, is made and guaranteed without time limit by that world famous silversmith, Oneida Ltd. This excellent quality ware is heavily silverplated to extra standard grade on the finest 18% nickel silver base, and in addition has an extra plating of pure silver at the points of greatest wear These points come at the back of the bowls of the spoons and at the back of the tines of the forks. Should any piece of this high quality silverware ever fail to give satisfactory service, we will replace tbat piece absolutely free of charge." Free or Only 99c and a Coupon And now think of this. The retail value of this unit is $2.79. You obtain a new subscriber for the Jewish Floridian and you get the unit free or pay only 99c, and a coupon which ^ J& f !" gj Jewish Floridian. Imagine 6 pieces of ROGERS BILVEBWAJlB tor Jn? Uttle more th you would pay for ordinary -l" !" *.! Women all over town will jump at this opportunity because it is unusual indeed! We urge you, too, to act on this offer, for it may never tome again! Start saving your coupons now I No Limit to Units You May Obtain There is no limit to the number of units you can obtain. You can obtain service for one or the whole family. So make sure you obtain a new subscriber for the Jewish Floridian or take advantage of the low casli offer accompanied by coupon. The Jewish Floridian is anxious to make new friends. That is why this offer is being made possible. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN P. O. Box 2973, Miami, Florida Please enroll as a subscriber for one year for which I enclose two dollars. Name Address • City Obtained by Address : W ".' \ !.' **". (You are to forward me one unit as described, free ot cnarge, for my services in obtaining this subscription.) FOR OLD SUBSCRIBERS THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN P. 0. Box 2973, Miami, Florida. .. ,, .. I am enclosing 99c and this coupon as an old subscriber of your paper, for which you will please send me one unit of the silverware described, to Name City Address (Mail Orders 16c Extra) i __. Take Advantage of this Unusual Offer and Obtain Your Unit of Silverware



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PAGE TWELVE THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN FRIDAY, MAB CH 18, 1938 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM AKELLXER, Rabbi RABBIS RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Pnone 8-6112 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Itoily. Shachria at 8 a. m.; Mincna at 5:30 p. m.; Maarir. 15 minutes after sunset. Sabbath services: Friday evening at 5:30 p. m ; Saturday morning at 9:30 a. m.; Saturday afternoon at 515 p. no. HtlOAY EVENING SERVICES Late 6 e rrices will continue through fchabbos Hagoiol and on this Friday night Rabbi Keliner will speak on "FederatMn, What Next?" In th!taik Rabb; Keliner will discuss the feasibility of a Federated Jewi,h i -arities and will ^numerate the objections and obstacles that such a < :an will meet with and the way to %  • .-come these. This topic is of par' -!ir interest as the current fe-tival of Purim has aone of its main obJectiveo the mit-vaa of Matonoth Loe Tjoaim, or the giving of alms to the poor and needy. PCRIM I ELEBRATIONS The Hebr-w and Sunday Religious schools will celebrate Purim ir. a fitting manner Sunday. March 20th. at 11 :00 o'clock. A program of son?-. %  recitations and sketchebaa 1 ,.r. prepared by the teachers of th-.various grade--. After the program traditional Haman Tashen .. %  idy and other delta • % %  ] to all children by imittee of th e Ladies Auxiliary. %  B ngarten ii hainnan • %  '. :. i %  rving with Mrs. \. Blamberg, Mi*. M. P ]"• Mr-. Cecil Tannenbaum and Mrs H. H. Kagan. A mo-t o-or iial inritation i.s extendol to al! childr e n and |'-i rents to be present. HABONOTH NEWS A Boat lOCCeMfdl Pirim party and M. -jnorado was held by the r| u b on Saturday night, March 12th. in the Synagogue. Guests of the club w e re the members of the Tephillin Club who were greatly helpful in making the evening a great success. The following won prizes for the excellence of their -r.mes: Thelma Berger. Marcia Harris and Eile e n Halpert. We take this means of saying good-bye to Louise Taffel, one of our dearest members who is leaving with her parents to reside in >•"" Tork. It is our hope that she will be happy in *home and that she will join a Habmoth Club in hr new home. JEWISH It MHO HOUR ly eight. A record field is ready to open the trials and will continue through an elimination process until the field simmers down to the fina'. box of eigh:. The Futurity classic has drawn Arable interest among fans and dogmen these past few years and annually it is attracting more attention. Two years ago Public Enemy une of Art Wilson's better gre; 1 came roaring home a winner. Last ENTERTAINS AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Shochet were hosts at dinner at the Astir Hotel last Tuesday afternoon of Rabbi Adolph Burger of Tampa. Rabbi : Alexander S. Kleinfeld of Daytona Beach. Rabbi Peyser Jacobs of St. Petersburg. Rabbi M. Obstbaum of > %  !•• irsbnrg, Rabbi and Mrs. Morris D. Margolis of Jacksonville and i MrMorris A. Skop of year it was Last Straw who turc> d all of whom were attending the trick. For thclassic tbi< season many fine ones are ready • strnt their ; stuff. Among the entrants are those 'now famous y: .•%  Rip-A-Rar:n | and Fence Guard, which ran one-two | in the recent Nursery Stake /vent. i Rip-A-Rarin is now being called the greatest pup brought to light on the West Flagler oval in years.— He went through the Nursery eliminations with ) out losing a single race and made eT' ery victory a decisive one. He is a • the Rabbinical Conference of Rabbis of the State of Florida in Miami. J' ring the dinner an original comD t'.v Rabbi Obstbaum which will be published shortly was sung by the composer, and Rabbi Margolis led in the singing of Palestinian folk • -•with the other Rabbis being heard in a number of liturgical and DgS. 8unday afternoon at 3:30 p. m. Rabbi Abraham A. RaDaet will be heard in a talk on "Feast or Festi| ral' 'over station WIOD. Cantor Nathan Wroobel will render several vocal selections. CONGRATULATIONS DR. KAPLAN Greetings and congratulations are herewith extended to the Senior Rabbi of the community upon his election to the presidency of the Florida Rabbinic Association. The unanimous acclaim that greeted Dr. Kaplan's name *•* an indication of the high esteem and the deep reverence in which held by the Jewish leaders throughout the state| son of My Laddie, who once rompe i I on the west-side oval and is known today throughout the country as a great canine sire. Plans are being made by the management of the west-side oval to handle capacity throngs during the running of this Futurity classic. Many of the nation's greatest racing greyhounds are now competing at the west-side oval and will be seen nightly from now nntil the track ck>es its 1937-3? meeting on April 9th. SOCIETY DOG TRICK GETS L/IRGE While the crowds have been record breaking at West Flagler Kennel Club • ll -ion. even larger crowds ted to jam through the turn! ing the evening's entertainment" Pol • of the picturesque west-side oval next week with the opening of the annual Futurity Stakes. The first elimination for the Futurity classic will get under wav on CONCERT TO BE HELD The second annual concert featuring Cantor Maurice Mamches in a program of liturgical, folk music and operatic selections will be held at Beth Jacob Synagogue Sunday even, i0 n of the National Council of Jewing. March 27th. beginning at S :15 j sh Women at the home of Mrs. Jack o clock. Alexander Drucker and hi --...n String Ensemble will be .— %  — among the many prominent musicians and vocalists who will be heard durYOl NG JIDEA PI RIM BALL HELD The Stephen P. Wise Tamar de I'oole Toung Judea held its first annual Purim ball on Sunday evening. March 13. The program included a i ghost skit in which Jack and Henry Mi ndell appeared, several accordion by Marian Wohl. Refresh, ments and dancing were enjoyed by the parents and friends of the memI bers. Crowned as king and queen of | the Purim Ball were Jack Mendell and Diana Blatman. who then distri' buted the presents. The next meeting of the club will 1 be held on Wednesday. March 23 at 7:30 p. m.. in the Beth David Tal, mud Torah. All members are urged to be present and to be prompt. • • • DINNER DANCE TO BE SPONSORED Plans were completed for the first annual dinner dance of the Miami secCohen at a meeting of the entertainment committee. Following the bus. iness meeting Mrs. Cohen entertain j the committee at luncheon. Amu<> those attending were Mesdames Mat Dn-yer, Roland Granat, Nat L. W; liams. Sidney L. Arnson. Milton T.-j. vers, Abe Rumin. Harry Barnhart, I Wohl, Bertha Rosenberg and J a 'Simon. The dinner dance will be held at the Hollywood Beach Hotel nexWednesday evening. March 23rd, beginning at 8:15 o'clock. Special si;. ver and blue mere is will be used, and -ouvenirs will be given to the ladies, A .-pecial floor show has been arranged. After dinner, guests will be welcome to enjoy the dancing that wi'l follow. Phone 5-3788 for reservations. &f • • %  The finest of domestic and Pal-., tinian wines for Passover will be tied and distributed locally and f..i'lorida by the Manhattan Beer Di,tributors. Inc. Rabbis Moses Mecheloff and Abraham Keliner will supervise the bottling of domestic wines to insure strict adherence with ritual requirements. The finest of Carmel Wines from the Rishon Le Zion wineries and cellars in Palestine will be sold in the original container-. detail, of the program will appear in our next issue. Tickets may be ob' tained fro mCantor Mamches. or at j the Synagogue. The phblic is invited 1 to attend. 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VOLUME 11.NUMBER 11.
Cstmm Tlhe Jewish Unity
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1938"
RESIGN UNLESS
London, (WNS Palcor Agency)
Stung by criticism levelled at the Ex-
ecutive in connection with partitionne-
gotiations with the British Govern-
ment. Dr. Chaim Weizmann, presi-
dent of tBe Jewish Agency, reminded
the Zionist Actions Committee that
his associates and he were working
in accordance with the resolution ad-
opted at the last Zionist Congress,
and said that if that policy were
changed he would be unable to con-
tinue in the leadership. Warning the
Actions Committee that the Jewish
position was growing graver and
graver every moment in Europe, as
attested by the calamity that had just
befallen the Jews of Austria, Dr.
Weizmann asserted that the Jews
were exactly in the same position to-
day as they wgrc before the Balfour
Declaration except that they wore
much weaker, although the Zionist
movement and the Yishuv in Pales-
tine werg stronger. Solemnly appeal-
ing for unity in the Jewish ranks and
national concentration because of the
uncertain international situation, Dr.
Weizmann assured his listeners that
in bis dealings with the British Gov-
ernment he had "represented the
Jewish people in the last few weeks
with the worthiness of the dignity of
the Jewish people."
Declaring that the political situa-
tion in Palestine was serious. Dr.
U I'izmann believed that the center of
gravity had now shifted to America
.Hid therefore proposed an increase in
American Jewry's responsibility
ih rough the establishment of a Zionist
political office in America to be ad-
ministered by Dr. Stephen S. Wise,
President of the Zionist Organization
f America, and Louis Lipsky, Amer-
Ican member of the Zionist Execu-
tive.
As :"nr himself he definitely adher-
ed to the position lie had taken at tnc
Zionist Congress at Zurich.
lidding that ho would ho unable to
continue in tho leadership if that
policy were changed. His voice, he
reminded his collengues, grPw in in-
"nonce with the Government in pro*
]"irtion to the strength of the Jews in
Palestine. He had told the Govern-
ment tlint a reduction in the pnrticu-
; ion scheme as formulated by the Roy-
al Commission would not even be
brought by him before the next Con-
gress. Dr. Weizmann exprcsed re-
gret at his inability to go to America
I I this time, especially since he recog-
nized t,he increased responsibility that
now must be borne by American Jew-
ry. He thergfore proposed the estab-
lishment of tho Zionist political of-
fice in-the United States.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Gov. Lehman Orders
Expulsion Of Aliens
from National Guard
Albany. X. Y.. (WNS)In a move
believed intended to root out Fascists,
Nazis and Communists from the New
York State National Guard and
Naval Militia, Governor Lehman, as
commander-in-chief, 'ssued a general
order to all commanding officers of
the State's military and naval forces
to begin immediately an investigation
of all non-citizens now enlisted in
their ranks and to discharge all found
to be aliens.
Governor Lehman explained that
bis order was in conformity with an
act passed by Congress last Novem-
ber forbidding the use of Federal
funds appropriated for the National
Guard or Naval Militia to be used
for pay to any non-citizens in the
military or naval organizations of
the various states.
Immigration Fixed
At New Level
London, (WNS)The British gov-
ernment will adhere to the political
high level as the determent of Jewis'u
immigration into Palestine for the
next your, but on grounds of economic
need and humanity, has fixed the im-
migration permissible for the next six
months nt a higher figure than for
the past eight months, it was announc-
ed in a statement by Colonial Secre-
tary W. G. A. Ormsby-Qoxe..
The new immigration regulations
introduce changes, the chief of which
is that the maximum does not include
students and dependents, such as
wives and children.
This will permit each certificate
holder to bring nn average of two or
throe additional persons.
ISRAEL ZANGWILL
Whose "Children of the Ghetto"
and other famous books were re-
printed this week in one volume.
BRITH TO
HOLD MEETING
What promises to be one of the
outstanding events of the season is
the "Membership Pep Meeting" for
members of the local B'nai B'rith
Lodge at the Fleetwood Hotel, Miami
Beach, next Tuesday evening, March
22nd, beginning at 8 :00 o'clock. In
addition to an outstanding sneaker,
professional entertainment will be pro-
vided.
One of the features of the evening
will be a series of professional and
amateur boxing matches with Lew
Welch, famous entertainer and mem-
ber of the Miami Beach boxing com-
mission as the referee. Admission
will be limited to men only. Follow-
ing the program refreshments will be
served.
The meeting is being held to stim-
ulate interest in a membership drive
now being held prior to the election
of delegates to the annual convention
of the Fifth District to be held in Or-
lando the latter part of May. All
members of the Lodge and visiting
members df B'nai B'rith are urged
to attend this meeting. Mr| Leo
Eiscnstein, chairman of the enter-
tainment dbmmittee is in charge of
arrangements for this meeting.
A view of the historic synagogue
of St. Thomas in I lie Virgin Islands.
Built in 1833 by s flourishing com-
munity of 500 Jews .it. is in danger
of rapid deterioration due to the
Inability of the remnant of fifty
Jews who now live in the islands
to support it. Dr. Henry Cohen of
Galveston, with the co-operation of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, has undertaken to
raise the small sum of money neces-
sary to preserve this building.
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.
KABItl MORRIS A. SHOP
of Orlando, who was elected Secre-
tary of the Florida ICaliiiinir.il As-
soication at its first conference held
in Miami this wek.
T
RABBI WILL
SPEAK HERE
Rabbi Simon Winograd. prominent
Rabbi who held pulpits in Seattle and
Stamford, Conn,, and who spent the
last five years in Palestine, returning
to this country jnst several months
ago, will be the guest speaker at tho
March cultural meeting of the Great-
er Miami Zionist District to be held
Wednesday evening. March 23rd, at
8:15 o'clock at Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion, Miami Beach. Rabbi Wino-
grad's subject will be "The True Sit-
uation in Palestine." The public is
urged to attend,
MALONE URGES
GOV. LEHMAN
FOR PRESIDENT
Lairbmont, N. Y., (WNS)A Leh-
inau-for-prcsident boom was launched
here by Dudley Field Malone, leading
Democrat, in a speech announcing hi
own candidacy for the Democratic
nomination for governor of New York.
Speaking before the local Demo-
cratic Club, Mr. Malone, who is a for-
mer Collector of the Port of New
York, said that "while alleged White
House spokesmen are naming 'possi-
bilities' for the Democratic nomina-
tion in 1940, and while politicians
from the Philippine Islands to In-
diana are hanging out their lightning
rods, I say that the Democratic Party
of this state would honor itself and
our people if it urged now, and fought,
until the convention of 1940 is over,
for the nomination to the Presidency
of Governor Lehman. A Governor
who in six years, through hard times.
can wipe out a $97,000,000 deficit
loft him by his predecessor, and who
though a loyal friend of President
Roosevelt, dared to oppose the at-
tempt to pack the Supreme Court, is
tho kind of statesman with ability and
courage whom the American people
need in leadership today."
YIDDISH SPEAKER
OF PROMINENCE
10 APPEAR HERE
Jacob Pot, of Poland, famous Yid-
dish lecturer and traveler who has
been on a lecture tour of the United
States and Canada following a return
from Europe where he spent some-
time in Spain, Germany, Italy and
other countries, will discuss condi-
toins affecting world Jewry at Beth
David Talmud Torah Hall next Mon-
day evening, March 21st, at 8:00
o'clock.
The subject of his address is "What
Next?" Mr. Pot who has addressed
largo audiences during his present
tour and abroad is appearing under
the auspices of the Workmen's Circle
Branch 092. which is sponsoring this
event. A nominal admission will l>>
charged and a cordial invitation is
extended to the public to attend.
Levene Gets Coveted
Chemistry Award
New York, (WNS)Dr. Phoebus
A. Levene, Russian-born Jewish
chemist, received the coveted William
"H. Nichols medal for chemical re-
search at a dinner tendered by the
New York section of the American
Chemical Society. Dr. Levene, who
is on the staff of the Rockefeller In-
stitute for Medical Research, received
the award for his study of the "con-
figurational relationships of the simp-
ler optically active organic com-
pounds."
Citizenship Rights
Denied To Aliens
Washington. D. C, (WNS)De-
nial of citizenship to aliens belonging
to organizations advocating other
than democratic form of government
was recommended to Congress by the
House Immigration Committee which
favorably reported a bill to that ef-
feet. The committee said the legisla-
tion is necessary because under exist-
ing law the government cannot re-
voke the citizenship of a naturalized
American even if he advocates over-
throw of tho government unless it can
bo proved he held such views before*
be became a citizen.
ANTI-NAZIS TO
MEET ON MAY 15
Dr. Henry Cohen, beloved Rabbi
of Galveston, Texan, who next
month will complete fifty years of
service in the pulpit of Congrega-
tion B'hai Israel of that city and
will celebrate his seventy-fifth
birthday. Dr. Cohen's Golden Jubi-
lee will find him busily engaged in
raising funds to preserve the his-
toric Synagogue in St. Thomas,
Virgin Islands, U. S. A., and his
seventy-fifth birthday will be mark-
ed by his appearance as principle
speaker at a Youth Conclave of the
Union of .American Hebrew Con-
gregations in connection with its
Southwest Regional Convention in
Houston.
Attend the Markowitz Memorial
Bronze Dedicatory exercises at Beth
David Tuesday, March 29th at 8:00
'clock.
New York, (WNS)A call for a
national anti-Xazi conference i:i de-
i democracy to l>e held in New
York M.iy 14th and 15th has bc0n
issued here by the non-Sectarian An-
li-Xnzi League.
Objectives of the 'conference will b<>
to intensify the anti-Nazi boycott, to
consolidate anti-Nazi forces in the
I'nited States and to end Nazi acti-
vities in this country and to mobolize
financial resources for the anti-Xari
boycott. The conference has received
the endorsement of William Green,
president of the American Federation
of Labor.
RABBI DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN"
of Temple Israel, Miami, who was
elected president of the Florida
Rabbinical Association at Its first
conference held in Miami this week.


PAGE TWO
WEDDING ANXIVERSAKY
is CELEBRATED
A large number of friends gather-
ed la.it Thursday night at the home
..f Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewi-. 320 Col-
jiu- Avenue, Miami Beach in eel
ii.in nf their thirty-fourth (redding an-
ir>. Tin- home was beautifully
;.r.-.i with cut flowers and potted
palms. Several of the gue-'- render
- I rocal lections and all Joil
-inning communltj wnfa. Mr. Lewi*
lias been prominent in communal
v nrk in Baltimore, Md.. foi
years, having been active In the Fret
Loan Society, the Federated Jewiah
Charitiea, aenr* 1 several terms a-
Chairman of the State Board of Un-
dertakers Examiner-, president ol the
Association of Jewish Undertaken ol
i United Btatea of which 1k- i- do*
treasurer, and attire in fraternal aul
communal work then. Mrs. Lewis lg
one of the founden "f the Beacon
Chapter Order of Eastern star and
l ii I.....n active in fraternal and com-
munal work in Baltimore, Thej have
!.-,.ii visitors to Miami :' it several
Among t!i..... attending were : Mr.
and afra Bernard Feiner and daugh-
ter, Dorothy, of Miami Beach.Mrs.
Leonard Wolf, Bpringfield, Ma--..
lira, Roberl Lewis, Mr. and Mr-. Abe
Berlin, Mr. and Mr-. Samuel Sakola.
Mr I. B, Hornstetn, Mr .and Mra.
K. WasVin, air. William Lovett, Mr.
and Mr-. Budoff, Mr. and Mrs. > .
Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. Harrii Fa
man, Mr. and Mrs. 9 g. Mrs.
Main. ii. Mr. and Mra. I I-- Mi
and M I iai Keedli i'"'
Md Mra. Eta] n I I
mother, Mr-. Mark-, uf Detroit M ch.
Mr. and Mm Mai Vaffee, Mrs. S
and daughter and Mr. and Mra !'-.
pi-man, all of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Shugerman of P K I..
Mr. and Mr-. Meyer Kirshei
Mi and Mrs. M. Wolf. Mrs. Caplan,
Mra. Waraharer, Mr-. Abel, all of
Brooklyn, X. V.. Mrs. Lazarus of
Providence. IJ. I.. Mr. and Mra, Bus-
kins '' New Y.rk City and Mr. and
Mrs, .7. Louis Sbochet of Miami.
Mr. ami Mrs Lewis were recipients
<.f many congratulatory telegrams
from all parts of the country a- well
a- many beautiful gifts.

AUXILIARY SPONSORS
DANCE
Tii.- La lies Auxiliary :' the Jewish
Welfare Burea I i- sponaoring its an-
nual dance a: the Roadside Rest.,
Miami Beach, on Sunday evening,
March 27th, beginning at B:30 p. m.,
in which '!..- public is invited. Ad-
mission i- only one dollar, and fifty
nf liii- amount will l- credited
i iwards any food or drinks purchased.
Proceeds .>f this event ai,. used for
ill- welfare work "f '1.....rgai Ration.
*
RUMMAGE IS
RRQl KSTKII
Those having casl '' clothing or
les .it' rummagi -1 asked
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAJT
r*SB*SBSp
FBIDAY, MARCH 18, 1938
CEETT
^^E&&&^$^*^i^V*&$&z*?**'
, those t" the Rummage
Store of the Jewish Welfare Bur. an
at 1 "iT N. W. Fifth Street. By con-
tacting Mrs. J. L. Hartz. Mrs. M.
I : ibs or Mm. I t'ptner. these arti-
. \ will :ilej for- A" "l tne
... are need t.. aid the welfare
work of tin Jewiah Welfare Bureau.

JUNIOR HADASSAH HAS
INTEREST! NG MEETING
Lir. K..... Gross presented an inter-
esting talon on Walt Whitman
aud his poetry when she was guest
sneaker at the meeting of Junior Ila-
\; I>r. Oross is a
B dar and winner of a Gug-
genheim Fellowship.
Several outstanding functions fea-
ture the immediate social calendar of
the organisation. On Wednesday
evening. March 30, members will be
hit-.-- ai a bridge, bunco and card
party at the Alamac Hotel, Miami
I'..:- which reservations are be-
ing taken b) Mr-. Irwln Krick. chair-
man, or any of the following mem-
bers "t her committee: Mi Ma Fein.
Miss Roaaiyn Klein, Mi- Lee Ka-a-
\if- i-: Iwai I Barmen ami Miss
Bobby Parron. A program will be
presented during the evening and prla-
.- awarded winners.
i'ii April 10th, Junior Hadassafa
will entertain members and their es-
corts at it- annual Donor's Dinner.
Dinner will lie followed by dancing.
ami Miss Hana Mai k. i hairman, is
I reservations.
The j.'int ..infiiim.....f Southern
i; .. ,il Juiiinr and Senior Hadaasab
units wi.l held in Miami mi April
24th, 25th and 26th. Miami chair-
: tii.- convention an- Mr-. Mur-
raj Grossman of Junior Badassah and
Mr-. Joseph Williamson, Senior Ha-
ilas-ah. Mrs. (lios-tiuin will announce
i uniting of her committee during
mi- coming week.
Mi-s Ida .Safer, president of the
Junior unit, announced at the meet-
ing that Junior Hadaaaafa has on hand
a piano which it is attempting to dis-
pose of. and anyone interested may
Contact Mi-- Safer fur information.
Mi-- Safer also announced that on
March 28th, Junior Hadasaah will
hold an open meeting at Beth David
i Talmud Torah to which husbands and
friends of members an- invited. A
varied program of entertainment will
l. presented. Tin' meeting will he
open to the public.
*
VOUNG JUDBA TO HOLD
IM KIM DANCE
Young Judea of Miami Beach will
huld it first annual Junior I'urin.
Ball in the garden patio of the Hotel ]
I Brans, H'th Street and Collins Ave- |
nne, mi Sunday afternoon. March 20,
from three to sii p. m. Miss liana
<;. Mack i- sponsor of the Xoung i
dea group and Mr. Se>mour Cohen i-
ihairmau of arrangements. Assisting
Mr. Cohen Is tin- following committee,
MUs Helen Swetnick, Mr. Herbert
Kaplan. Mr. Paul BosenfeW, MUl
Joyce Bauer and Mi-s Bashle Shorr.
Refreshments will be served in the
patio.

HADASSAH TO
SPONSOR BRIDGE
The Miami Chapter of Senior Ba-
dassah i- sponsoring a bridge Monday
M irch 28th, at the Hotel Blackstone,
Miami Beach, at two o'clock. Mr--
Harry Rubin is the chairman in
charge of arrangements and is being
assisted by Mr-. Morris Plant. Mrs.
Frank Coret. Mrs. S. Sinnuihoff. Mrs.
H. Platoff and Mrs. J. Williamson.
The party is being especially given
to raise funds for th eJewish Nation-
al Fund Quota, and also for the
planting of tree- in the ROM ''oil
Jacobs Forest, is Palestine. Tickets
may in- secured from any member nf
the committee.
see
LEAVES FOR
HOME
Mr. Alfred Adl-r. father of Rudy
R. Aill.-r of this city, b-ft las- Tuesday
f,,r Washington, D. C. where he will
spend several day- prior to# leaving
ternal and welfare organization-
ami abroad.
ho re
LARGE AUDIENCE ATTENDS
V. W H. A. MEETING
A large gathering assembled nt the
Y clubhouse Tuesday evening at
the first in a series of membership
parties t" be sponsored by th eYouug
Women's Hebrew Association.
Miss Gertrude Mandell was in
Charge 'f the UuP-t Book. Guests
irreeti d by a committee compos-
ed of Mrs. Harry Kesser, Mrs. Nat
Blumberg, Mr-. Chan. Wetatraub.
Mrs. AI n-iifeld. Miss Molly Bug-
ler, Mis- Lenore Kaplan and Mrs.
William Friedman.
Mr-. Marian Shindell. membership
chairman, introduced Mis- Ida Bngler
president of Y. W. H. A., who save
the welcome of the organization.
Miss Florence Cromer gave a dra-
matic reading and Mi-s Hope Ellen
Tannenbaum gave a humorous nail-
ing.
E. Albert Pallot, president of T.
M. EL A., extended greetings from
bis organisation.
Milton Friedman offered vocal se-
lections accompanied by Mi-- Jose
phine Raxin at th- piano.
Mi-- Bngler then gave a resume
of the activities of tin- Y. W. H. A.
She then introduced the guest -leak-
er. Mrs. 11 president 1'oung
Women's Christian Association who
spoke on the similarity of objectives
from New York City f>>r Trieste and ,,,- ,|. two organisations.
thence to his home In Brasco, Ron-
mania. Mr. Adler had been the guest
.,f hi- son and dsughter-ln-law for
til,, past sever:,! month- and had been
the guest of honor at numerous re-
ceptions and parties given in his
honor.

DRIVE TO
CONCLUDE
The United Jewish Appeal which
conducted n drive for funds for the
U. P. A. and J. D. C. in Miami under
the leadership of Day J. Apte and
in Miami Beach under the direction
of Baron de Hlrscb Meyer, met at
luncheon Tuesday and decided to con-
clude the drive mi Much 81st. So
far more than twenty-three thousand
dollars has been pledged, tin- main-.
portion nf which has been collected.
At tin- meeting which was attended
by .-..in,, of tin- most prominent nun
and women in thi- ar.-a who had been
active in the campaign, unanimous
endorsement was given tin- movement
I,, establish a Federation of Jewiah
organisations for this area.

CELEBRATE GOLDEN
WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Abraham,
long-time residents of Miami Bench
celebrated their fiftieth wedding an-
niversary with a reception at their
home last Sunday night. Congratula-
tory telegrams and many gifts from
all parts of the country were receiv-
ed by the couple. Rabbi Moses Me.
cheloff of Miami Beach conducted the
traditional Golden Wedding anniver-
sary service a tan improvised altar
with the children of the couple acting
as attendants.
Mr. Abraham la a pioneer of the
Jewish community of Miami Beach
and is ong of the founders of Beth
Jacob Congregation of Miami Beach.
serving as treasurer for many years.
He was one of those instrumental in
the erection of the old as well as thP
present synagogue edifice and has. to-
gether with Mrs. Abraham, taken a
very active part in thg general work
of the Jewish community at Miami
Beach and the rest of Dade County.
He is a member of a number of frn-
Miss Ann <'aell gave a piano
lection and Mi-- Mary Shupurd gave
a Spanish Castanet dance number ac-
companied by Mum Helen Muellgr.
Dr. Rose Gro. ..f Oxford Univer-
sity and the University of Colorado,
extended felicitations.
Greetings and the hope for the fil-
mic of the Y. W. H. A. were al-o ex-
tended bj Walter Jacobs ami 1'.. n
Silver of New York.
Miss Bngler presented honorary
memberships in the Y. W. H. A. to
Mr-. Dale .lann-. Mra. Walter J
ami Miss Dora Rosenhouse,
A social hour followed the program
with Mrs. Max Sh,.iikin.i:i as refrcsh-
.iniit chairman.
The second in the series of parties
planned will be given very soon. The
program was concluded with the sing-
ing of Hatikvoh. This organisation
i- open SO all Jewish women in Miuini
The next meeting will he held on
Tuesday evening. March 22. at 8:.'!"
p. in., at the clubhouse, 1:507 8. W.
Fifth Street, under the direction of
Miss Dora Rosenhouse, Public
peaking director of the Y. W. II. A.
XXX
SPINOZA GROUP
MEETS
'The Modern Interpretation of the
Bible" was the topic of Dr. Wolfson's
address to a very large gathering of
hi- Spinoza group last Saturday af-
ternoon.
Many passages from I-iah. the
Book of Job and the Psalms were
read by Mrs. Augusta Schon Holtz-
man to -how the beauty and eloquence
of Scripture. "The Bible is still the
greatest hook ever produced by man-
kind." Dr. Wolfson declared. "To
ask whether the stories of creation,
temptation and the flood are true
or false, whet he rit really happened
i- in ash I very superficial and naiv-
question. For it i- not the tales that
the Bible tells but it is the meaning
behind the tales which counts. It
matter- little whether the Psalm-
were written by David or by some
other poet who lived centuries later.
what doc- matter i- that the Psalms
stand at the head of the World's
greatest lyric i.....try."
Next Saturday afternoon the Spin-
oza group will meet again on th,,
lawn of 1089 Collins Avenue, Miami
Beach, and Dr. Wolfson will speak on
Spinosa's political philosophy. Os
Wednesda) evenings the group meets
at the same place f"r ''"' -'"'I)' ""
astronomy. All are welcome. There
i- no admission charge.

LEAVES FOR
ARIZONA
Mra. Julia- sin.;.-..n and ton, Shep-
pard, will have Saturday by liat for
Galveston, Texas, where they *'" e"'
train by rail for Tin-.on. Arizona.
Tiny will spend several months there
and then return to Miami.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1038
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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i aarond ciui matter July 4, 19S0. at the Poat Offic. at Miami, Florida,
under the Act of March I, 1179.
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VOLUME II.NUMBER 11
FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1938
PAGE THREE
WliumL
WHAT WILL THEY SAY NOW?
So often have anti-Semite and those who are ignorant tried
to make the Jew and Communism synonymous that we wonder
what they will say now after the action of the first annual con-
vention of the Jewish Labor Committee in New York last week.
The two dominating figures at this convention, the aged cham-
pion labor leader and editor of the Jewish Daily Forwards these
many years, Abraham Cahan, and B. Charney Vladeck active
worker and labor leader minced no words in arguiing against
permitting Communists to share in the activities of the Jewish
Labor Committee. The resolution to forbid any alliances with
Communists in any way, shape or form, was adopted by an
overwhelming majority. Of course the general press through-
out the country with the exception of those in New York City
and other large centers of Jewish population mentioned noth-
ing whatever of this occurrence.
It is high time that action o< this kind should be given due
publicity. Communism and Judaism have nothing in common.
What will our detractors say now?
TbisA.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
The lute Rev. Dr. II. IVreira
Mcndcs. who was Kahhi Kmeritus
of the Spanish .mil Portugese Syna-
gogue, in New York City. preaching
in the Virgin Islands. The famous
in the old synagogue of SI. Thomas
Scphart|ic Kahhi visited I his dwind-
ling Jewish community for six
months in 18*9. Dr. Henry Cohen
of Galvfftton. Texas, is seeking to
raise funds to preserve this hnilding
from ruin. He has the m operation
of the I'nion of American Hebrew
Congregations in Ihis efforl.
I Jewish Committee are motivated by
worthy and benevolent Intentions, Rul
will then lie strength in such union'.'
Will not the assumption of any such
body to speak on behalf of all Jewry
l>c rightly looked upon as presumptu-
ous? Anil what would happen ti.....r
Kahilis, lecturers, editors snd forum
speakers if unity in Jewish life was
brought about? These men would be
added to the list of unemployed and
shout from the housetops that unity
iu Israel is a curse. Stifling free
thought anil free expression of opin-
ion, and must not he A united I
BEACH CAGE TITLE M-M
That is the way the final result
should have read hut 'unfortunately
the McXiiily aggregation behind by
11) points with only a few minutes t >
play scored 11 points to nose out the
-V" :tii to 85.
Ami thus another basketball sea-
son comes to an end
To Manager Aaron
I'ineiis and the boys
Orchids f ,i r t I, ,.
splendid i h o w i n ^
Box
RABBI FELDMAN IS
FORCED TO YIELD
RADIO TO HITLER
made ami the |m
"V spirit displayed
in tleft at as well as
iii victory.
Better luck next year boys.
score follows :
Y. M. II. A.............
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tot.
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III
13
FEDERATION, UNITY, OBLITERATION
The important topic in this community today is "Federa-
tion or not?" We have been so breet by innumerable drives,
solicitations day in and day out, that the project in the minds
of those who have had to bear the burdens these many years of
b Federation of Jewish Welfare organizations to includel Pales-
tine, J. D. C, local charities, and educational programs, over-
seas relief, Yeshivos, hospitals, etc., is slowly nearing that state
where action towards its culmination will soon begin.
In this project, very right thinking individual should and
will unite. Yet, we sinceWly hope that those behind this move-
ment will carefully steer the course of the ship and keep it from
its being wrecked upon the shoals of misunderstanding......
the general community should and we believe will be repre-
sented. .... there is no attempt and there should not be. to
dominate, to enforce the will of one group as against all others.
There should be no attempt to unify in the sense of the loss
of the individual autonomy of groups or organizations. ... in
the sense of the submerging of one's identity.....there can
be no totalitarian stafei in such an organization.....no group,
no individual, no idea can be obliterated because of the same
idea of unity.....The Jewish people have succeeded in keep-
ing its identity, in spite of everything that has happened to it
in the wcy of persecution and oppression because it has had the
happy faculty and ability to be itself.....in the pursuit of
unity one must seek not unity of thought, or even unity of
action in the sense of obliteration.....one must stek cooper-
ation. t
It is in this sense of co-operation, of thought, of action, for
the general good, so that the most may be accomplished, that
we urge action and a realization of the Federation proposal.
dred nations, speaking ss many lan-
guages and moved by many diverse
emotions, beliefs, principles snd tra-
ditions. Tbey cannot be expected to
bury snd forget their experience and
intellectual fousdstions for the sake
of n nebulous "unity." The success
of the totalitarian or authoritative
state has yet to be established and
the Jewish people are not a homogen-
ous state. The efforts of some peo-
ple to unite the activities and pro-
grams of the American Jewish Con-
gress, B'nai B'ritb and the American
raid is usurpation, smacks of Dicta
torsbip, and is undermining the very
principles of Freedom Bud Liberty.
THE SYNAGOGUE
BILL
ANOTHER
VIEWPOINT
(Reprint from the Jewish Chronicle I
We bear so much about the need
of a united Jewry, of unity in Israel,
and similar thoughts, that one '- in-
trigued to ask if such a thing as a
united Jewry is possible, and whether
jt would be desirable. Here are mil-
lions of Jews scattered throughout the
civilized world, living among a bun-
(Reprint from Hie American Jewish
Outlook)
"We are impressed with the jsli-
fiahle complaint of that mosl neglect
ed hill, the "Synagogue Bill,' Which
makes itself articulate in the bulletin
I of the famous ohnh Zedeck Congrega-
tion, in Mew York. 'Why am I nor
treated like the electric bill? I. top,
bring light into darkened lives. Why
am I not treated like the telephone
bill? I. too. connectthe present
with the past.. Why am I not treated
like the coal and the fuel bills? 1
supply lewisfa warmth snd motive
power. Why am I not tr.aed like
the grocery bill? I. too. nourish the
Jewish people and give them strength.
Why am I not treated like the cloth-
ing bill? I. too, ornament the Jew
with fine clothing for his spirit." 1'n-
douhtedly the Synagogue Bill should
he heard. His claim is legitimate. He
supplies an indispensahle service. Let
us determine to introduce the Dollar
Bill to Synagogue Bill, thus stniigth
ening Judaism and removing the stain
from Jewish character that persists
as long as Synagogue bills remain un-
paid."
Countermands Ban
On Closing Jewish
Shops on Saturday
Tirana. Albania. (WXS)On per-
sonal instructions from King Zog, the
governor of Valona countermanded
his order forbidding Jews to close
their businesses on Saturdays. The
governor had prohibited the Jews
from closing on Saturdays because
he said it created economic dishar-
mony. The Jews of Valona sent a
petition to the King who instructed
the governor to revoke his order.
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Hal l.evinson ....... 1 0 2
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Y. W. H. A. MK.MBKKMIIP DRIVE
Miss Ida Bugler, president of the
Y. W., and also a poetess wrote this
dittyas only she can.
Hello Everybody ; how do you do?
1 hid welcome to all of you ;
Since our "Y" is divided in groups ,,i
three
You probably wonder why yon
should just listen to just me.
All three groups have eagerly eon-
sented,
That mine membership meetings
should be presented.
Planning things with the greatest
measure,
Arc what we seek mi a program for
your pleasure.
Seeing so many here tonight.
Shows the "Y" spirit to the great
sat height.
I Yon can look over here and you can
look over there.
But no club with nur "Y" can hope
to compare;
Let's forget details and lets be concise
Between you and DM, isn't our "Y"
nice?
-H-
To Mrs. Marion Shimlcl and Miss '
Dora Bosenhouse, a bouquet of their
favorite flowers for the Splendid pro-
gram they arranged last Tuesday.
The officers who ale usually respon-
sible to their group for its advance-
ment or failure deserve honorable
mention in the case o ft he Y .W. H.
A. who have certainly made remark-
able strides to become one of the
largest groups is this area. These are
them folks. Miss Ida Engler, presi-
dent ; Mrs. Marion Shimlcl, vice-
president ; Mrs. A. Reisman. corres-
ponding secretary ; Miss Gertrude
Mandril, recording secretary ; Mrs.
Harry Kesser, treasurer and hoard
members, Mrs. William Friedman.
Mrs. Xnt Blumbcrg, Mrs. Itenhen La-
bel, Mrs. Molly Apte and Mrs. Max
Shenkman.
H
This Friday evening. March IS, the
Y. W. H. A. will sponsor the Friday
evening services at the Beth David
Congregation. Members of the organ-
ization will have charge of (he pro-
gram under the direction of Kahhi
Max Shapiro. The topic of the even-
ing "The need of a Community Cen-
ter," will be given by Miss Kdna
K"ler- fa*. .%
Hartford. Conn., I WXS) Kahhi
Abraham Peldman who was to have.
spoken over the Church "f the Air
program of the Columbia Broadcast-
Ini system on March i.'tth. expressed
himself as unwilling (0 forgive or for-
get the action of the broadcasting
company in laurelling bis program in
order to make way for a recorded
speech of Hitler to the German pro
pie announcing the Incorporation of
Austria iu the Reich.
Rabbi I'eldmaii disclosed thai he
and tl.....hoir of Temple Beth Israel
were left waiting in the Studloa of
Station WDRC while the local sta-
tion was informed by phone from
New York that the program was ran
Celled. Two hours alter the program
wai cancelled and the Hitler speech
hud gone over the air the Columbia
nnwmk broadcast an apology.
Anti-Nazi Boycott Is
Extended To Austria
Xrw York. I WXS iPreparations
for extending the anti-Xisi bo- w t;
1,1 -.....is made iu Austria wen' being
made here by the organizations en-
gaged in promoting the boycott. Tho
ban -Hi German-made goods will be
applied to those coming from Austria
if and a- s., ai ,|. \.lzj regime in
Austria extends the Nazi laws against
religious minorities, labor, fraternal
organisations .'11111 women, to Austria.
First to announce plans for an an-
ti Austrian boycott was the Jewish
War Veterans. The Joint Boycott
Council of the American Jewish I'un-
gress and the Jewish Labor Commit-
tee, which on the very eve of thg
Xazi conquest of Austria announced
that no boycott was being considered,
issued a statement indicating that
other action would probably be taken.
The non-Sectarian Antl-Nasi Lea-
gue had threatened an anti-Xazi boy-
cott several weeks ago when Xazis
were admitted to the Austrian gov-
ernment.
PROGRESS OF BOY SCOUT
TROOP NO. a
Troop Xo. II is progresing rapidly
with almost record breaking atten-
ance each Thursday. It has :{0 regis-
tered scouts and many new proapects.
This is the beat sin.wing that this
troop has had since its Inception
about five years ago and by far 11
gnat improvement lines it has been
sponsored by the Y. M. H. A.
The troop is under the guidnneo
of AI Steinberg. Manny Tietlrr. Ar-
thur Seievan. Scoutmaster Arthur
Kelevan was just appointed to the
troop committee and has been replac-
ed by Mr. Harry Saul of the Miami
Monument Company. The troop com-
mittee is headed by Harry Slier and
includes Dr. Milton Saalow, Dr. Har-
old Band, Herman Waitzman. Ber-
nard Seievan, Joe Rood and E. Al-
bert Pa Hot.
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FREE SPANISH CLASSES AT "V
Spanish classes were inaugurated
at the "Y" cluhrooms last week with
Beno'r Jules Rlcardo LeDuce in
Charge, These classes are sponsored
by the Works Progress Administra-
tion and held every Tuesday and
Thursday from 0:00 to 8:00 p .m.,
with three hourly classes to cater to
the working; class.
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Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
Danny Scheinbaum who are the proud
parents of a baby hoy weighing seven
pounds.
BETH DAVID PURIM DINNER
Don't forget to purchase your tick-
ets now for the Purim dinner Sunday,
March 20th, at the Beth David Tal-
Matorab.
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The Y. M. H. A. has officially en-
tered the golden ball basketball tour-
nament which will bo held the latter
part of April.
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Until next week, Purim greetings
to all.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
FEA 1UR E TTES
THE WORLD'S
-By LUDWIG LEWISOHN-
The views expressed by Ludwig
I j i-nliii in liis column are his own
and do not necessarily reflect the
policies or attitude of our publica-
tion. Reproduction in whole or in
part strictly forbidden.
The Oxford University Press send*
me a small, dignified elegant volume,
ll is called An Open Letter to Jews
and Christians by John Cournos. The
substance of the book is an elabora-
tion of Mr. John C'ournos' recent ar-
ticle in the Atlantic. Its importance
arises from the fact that the Oxford
University Press accepted it ; to lib-
eral but ignorant Christiana the ar-
gument of Mr. Cournoi will seem
found and weighty. The refusal of
Jews to accept it will Mem to these
well-meaning persons morose and
stubborn. Hence Mr. Cournos is do-
ing definite harm. His Ignorance
plays into the hands of the ignnrniici
of others and a situation already suf-
ficiently confused becomes in.ne
w i-etchedly inextricable.
Mr. Cournos starts out with a no-
tion that is correct and Round. I"
is this, that as things are in the world
today Jews and Christians, p laaeaa
ins in common a body of ethical prin-
ciple and tradition must and should
unite in the defense of freedom. o(
democracy, of religious liberty igani-;
the proponents of the new totalitar
ian states. East and West. Berlin
nod Moscow are both, as he sees clear-
ly, the necessary enemies of both Jews
and Christians and of all that Jews
and Christians stand for and need to
live by at all. So far. so good, and
not a few of us, as Mr. Cournos prob-
ably does not know, have been snyinK
and preaching that to Jews and ti
Christians and to mixed audiences of
Jews and Christians for years.
The dangerous step in Mr. Cour-
nos* argument is the next step. And
that n.xt step proceeda from psychol-
ogical sources of the aeK-negating, M-
similatory. essentially tic" ghetto
kind. It is a mark ol thfa mechanism
thai it will i>->t permit the patient to
Inform himself, to knew the minimum
he should know. Hence Mr. Cournos
proposes that this Jewish-Christ Ian
collaboration should begin with a Jew-
ish concession and that this conces-
sion should consist in Jews uniting
with Christians in making their com-
mon fight ill the name of Jesus. Jesus
as what*! As the greatest and culmi-
nant prophet, says Mr. Coumos. Now
and then he flirts with the notion of
epedal divineness of an equivocal
kind. This is most dangerous and
most dangerously ignorant. To Jews
Jesus is not and cannot he and should
not be the greatest of the prophets.
Christendom as such, as Christendom,
affirms the incarnation. The neces-
sary collaboration between Jews and
character you create enmity, strain,
upon the vast ethical ground they
have in common. Once you introduce
the theological symbols of psychical
character yon create enemity, strain,
nnhappiness for everyone.
Jesus is not '"the ultimate expres-
sion of Jewish genius." He may be
the divines! ::ift <> Jewish genius to
the world. But the Jesus of the syn-
optic gospels, though a thorough Jew.
not unacquainted with the oral tra-
dition, a Pharisee himself and a
teacher in synagogues, represents
temporarily and through certain re-
corded teachings a type which is not
central to the developement of Juda-
ism. What in Hi stenchings is ac-
ceptable to us is all contained in the
teachings and sayings of sages that
came before Him. His additions or
rectifications, from His point of view,
are not acceptable to us. The strictly
Jewish sect He founded was merely
a sect. It was schismatic. It was
upon its elements of eccentricityits
distance from our centerthat it was
possible to found Christianity. The
pagans were surfeited with Nature
Their acceptance of mere nature wai
destroying them. Tiny needed to
repudiate all that they had been. Upon
that putting on of a new inninaii
through the grace ami the vicarious
merit of the (ioilmanupon that me-
chanism and doctrine was Christian-
ity founded. It is so still. It is com-
fortable to the needs of the nations
ami DO Jew will treat it without rev
crence. Hut it is not his way.
We never repudiated nature. We
sought to sanctify nature. We sought
to collaborate with (Jod toward a
more and more redeemed nniverae.
That is the meaning of the Law. By
observing the Law the people of Is-
rael self-integrates itself again and
again from age to age and redeems
itself and helps to redeem the world
and the nations. That is our func-
tion. It is nonsense when Mr. Cour-
nos says that our failure to accept
Jesus is our great "transgression" and
it is very dangerous nonsense. The
Inquisition held no more than that ;
(ioga of Boumanifl holds no more
than that. Mr. Cournos quotes both
Stephen Wise and myself. He mis-
interprets ns both completely, for the
simple reason that neither one of us
assumed in our hearers an ignorance
as complete as his.
The Pagan world of old "mytholo-
IContinued on Page Eight)
Launch Movement
for Colony Singers
and Composers
Indianapolis. iWNS)A move-
ment to establish a permanent colony
in Palestine of prominent Jewish
singers and composers who will de-
velop a Palestine symphonic choir
and endeavor to create compositions
based upon Biblical themes has been
launched here by Cantor Myro Glass
of Beth-El Temple, Indianapolis. The
proposed Colony, Cantor Class ex-
plained, would reflect the spirit of
Palestine, and it is hoped it will even-
tually develop into a- village housing
musical festivals and pageantry of
great magnitude.
The meinbershi pof the proposed
choir will he comprised of prominent
singers and Composers of all nations
families on Jewish national Fund
who are to be colonized with their
land and left free to create new com-
positions.
Cantor Glass is chairman of a nat-
ional committee furthering the pro-
ject. Among those on the committee
are Professor Jacoii Weinlierg of New
York. Itahbi James Q. Heller of Cin-
cinnati. Mine. Manna-Zucca, Emanuel
List, Metropolitan Opera basso, and
Sidor Ilelarsky.
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
Tidbits From Everywhere
WATCH IT!
Washington officialdom isn't at all
fooled by Berlin's warning to German
citizens in America to clear out of the
i -1 i -. i: i American Bund. The G-men
.ire stiii keeping a close watch on
Nazi doings. That Department cif
Justice report on the Bund is about
ready for publication. The Nazi link
to the espionage ring uncovered in
New York is giving Washington plen-
ty to think about. Berlin is said to
me readying more announcements in
an attempt to calm anti-Nazism feel-
ing here. There's a Swell scramble
under way for control of the Hum!
and its major source of income, the
sale of literature, uniforms, swastikas
and flags. When and if Fuehrer
Fritz Kuhn returns from Germany,
he'll have to fight for the leadership.
His fuebrership is being challenged by
.hums Wheeler-Hill and Kurt Mertig.
Bill Yarewick. rookie pitcher with the
New York Giants, was put on the ear-
pet by the sports writer when they
discovered a swastika ann-band stuck
on the mirror of his hotel room. The
rookie, who hails from New Y'ork, ex-
plained that his dki brother had
swiped it somewhere and stuck it into
his bag as a joke. At ;0 West 42nd
Street, New York, functions the mas-
Southwest Jewish Leaders Who Attended
J. D. C. Regional Conference in Dallas
MfcotelJOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE
1938 CAMPAIGN FOR $5,100,000 UNDER
DISCUSSION BY JEWISH LEADERS.
{Left to "**> ,,idor Con8- Nrw York Cit,\'
Nations! Director J.D.C Campaign; A.
EngeUman, Oklahoma City. Oklahoma; Rabbi
Jonah B. Wise, New York City, National Chair-
man. J.D.C. Campaign; Julius Livingston. IiiImi.
Oklahoma; I. H. Kempner, Calveston, Texas,
and Joe Weingarten, Houston, Texas.
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(Left) Standing left to right are: Simon Sako-
witt, Houston. Texas; Herliert Mallinson, Dalian,
Texas; Sidney L. Herold, Sr., Shrrveport. Loum-
ana, and E. R. Kaufman, Lske Charles, Louisiana.
CONFERENCE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE:
(Rig/if) Seated left to right art: Gilbert Lang,
San Antonio, Texs.; A. D. Engelsman, Okla-
homa City, Oklahoma, Albert Pletlmsn. Port
Arthur, Texas; Louey Migel, Waco, Texas;
Rabbi Ira E. Sanders, Little Rock, Arkansas;
A. J. Urbansky. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and
Sol Brschmsn, Fort Worth, Texas.
Standing left to right: S. S. Kay, GalvAton,
Texas; Isidor Coons, New York City, JD.t,
National Campaign Director, and Philip H..Lip-
Mate, Tyler, Texas, Chairman Resolution* Com-
mittee. .....iiumi iimiilrtM
termind who wants justice In Pales-
tint for the Arabs. Hi- name is
Harry It. Snyder, and he is .me of the
big editors of the MelSraw Hill Pub-
lishing Company, Wheu Snydfer issu-
ed his first manifesto against a Jew-
ish State he was submerged with
an enthusiastic response' from various
people, some Jews Included. But into
the literature of the Snyder office
there has crept ashall we say
-lightly anti-Semitic undercurrent. In
any case, recently three gentlemen
representing Mr. Bnyder'a Committee
were received by President Roose-
velt and Secretary Hull, and present-
ed to the mthe point of the newly
created pro-Arab Committee,
ACROSS THE BRINY
One of the lesser-known by-procl-
, nets of the admission of Nazis to the
; Austrian cabinet is the rush of Aus-
trian Catholics on church offices, to
obtain birth certificates. They want
to be prepared to prove their Aryan
origin in tin; event the country goes
completely Nazi, tine of the clauses
in the new Fascist constitution of
Itoiimania makes it impossible for Oc-
tavian Goga ever again to become a
minister or premier. The clause ex-
cludes from cabinet jobs any one who
has not been Roumanian for at least
three generationsand Goga was
born in Hungary. Since the over-
throw of the Goga regime the gov-
ernments of Yugoslavia and Bulgaria
have become more friendly to Jews.
Premier Stoyadonivitch of Yugoslav-
ia received a Jewish delegation for
the first time in three years. Musso-
lini is trying to prevail upon Ginn
Olivetti, noted Jewish industrialist
who resigned several government post*
as a protest against anti-Semitism, to
come hack. But Olivetti says nix. A
Jew will be the official in charge of
directing the formal entertainment of
King Cared when lie visits London.
Pnder the law the Commissioner of
Public- Works bandies government
hospitality, anil that Job is now held
by Sir Philip Bassoon, sir Philip's
cousin, Sir Victor, won plaudits in
India for donating $18,600 to the
1!.....bay Anti-Tuberculosis Fund, but
Jens in the Far Fast are asking bow
come the Bassoons don't help the
needy Jews iii Shanghai. Diplomatic
gossips whisper that the real reason
the German generals were no anxious
to get rid of War Minister von Plum-
ber", was that they feared the influ-
ence of his young bride, who is s,.
fanatic an adherent "f the swastiku
that she would have given the Naz-s
a direct influence in the War Minis-
try. In fact. Nazi bigwigs are said
to have promoted the sensational ro-
mance. The sudden arre-t of Baron
Gotfried von Cramm, Naailand's num-
ber-one tennis player, may be explain-
ed by rumors that his family tree is
not entirely kosher.
OCR BRITISH FRIENDS
London Jewry is still talking about
the exciting election to fill a vacant
vice-presidency on the Board of Depu-
ties. The loser. Otto Schlff. a neph-
ew of the late Jacob Bchiff, would
probably have won if he hadn't been
labeled the candidate of those oppos-
ing a Jewish State in Palest inc. He
lost by only six votes. The 25th anni-
versary of the appointment of Joseph
Hertz as chief rabbi of the British
Empire reminds us that his chief com-
petitor was Or. Moses Hyamsnn. now
rabbi of Orach Cliaim Congregation in
New York, the pulpit Pr. Hertz was
filling when he got the British posi-
tion. Simon Marks and Israel Seiff.
two of England's wealthiest men and
decisive factors in Jewish affairs, are
not only business partners, but rela-
tives. Marks is a brother of Mrs.
Seiff. and Mrs. Marks is the sister of
Seiff Humbert Wolfe, better known
to the British public as a poet, has
been named deputy secretary of the
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FACE SIX
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 193fr
THE POLISH ENIGMA
C hanging Tactics In the War On the Jews
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FRIDAY, MAECH 18, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D.
6996 Albacor- Drive6-1265
MIAMI BEACH
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
of MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31st St.2-95*8
MIAMI
Either or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every mornlnft
\ou may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewish commu-
nity, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
?Sct >Bfldnc?Z neeUles" t0 8ay' each matter WUl be held In
FRIDAY NIGHT MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS PAY NO VISI
GIVE NO PARTIES GO TO TEMPLE
CONGREGATIONAL
idgiilur service! will be held at the
Temple thin Friday evening, March
18th, 1888, at 8:15 p. m. Babbi Col-
iiuiii A. Zwitman will discuss the
I'urim theme in his termon entitled
The Festival of Lots, and Our Prea-
iit Ixit." Services will be conducted
bj Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan.
A reception, tendered by the Tem-
ple Sisterhood to quests and metnberg
,.f the congregation, will follow the
-rviccs.
BAR MITZVAH
On Sutnrdiiy ninniing, March 10th,
1S88 at 10:00 a. m.. the Mar Mitzvah
.rl.'brniion of Martin Roasn will be
held at our morning services.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Hosen. the par-
ents of the Bar Mitzvah. invite all of
their friends, membera and co-work-
era in our congregation, to share with
them their joy. A reception, in honor
of the Bar Mitzvah. will be given af-
ter the services.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL.
A most inspiring address was heard
by those present at the Assembly of
our Religion! School last Sunday
morning, when Judge Harry Fisher of
Chicago analyzed the problem of
"Why Remain Jews." The speaker
is one of the outstanding Jewish lead-
ment, to be presented b> the children
in the form f u I'urim play, and a
mu-ieai program. Talented children
of the school will participate In an in-
formal display of song and merri-
ment.
A delicious rapper will be served by
a special committee of the Sisterhood,
headed by Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs.
Harry Nevini and Mrs. Gordon Da-
vis. The very nominal charge of 25c
for the supper will be the only one
levied from those who attend. Par-
ents of children in the Religious
School are urged to bring their chil
(Inn to this celebration.
SISTERHOOD BRIDGE PARTY
Mrs. J. A. Kicbter, Mrs. Benj. I.e-
vlne, Mrs. Charles Greenfield, Mrs.
Mendel I'roiner, Mrs. Lewis Brown
and Mrs. Albert Seiden will he the
hostesses at a card party to be held
at the Winklcr Hotel, 7(H) Euclid
Avenue, Miami Reach, on Tuesday.
March 22nd, at 1 :.I0 p. in. Beautiful
door prizes will be given and adinis
ition for the afternoon will be BOc.
The proceeds will go towards the Sis
terhood Pledge Fund.
BOAT RIDE
Mrs. Harry Rubin, chairman
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ers. and his address was most favor- the Sisterhood Scholarship Fund, an-
al, ly accepted by the children and the i nounces that on Sunday, March 27111
parent! present. a very Interesting cruise in a sight-
PI'RIM CELEBRATION seeing boat will be given. If the
l.-tters hnve already been written weather does not permit the cruise on
la the parents of the children in our the 27th of March, it will he held on
Sunday School, inviting them to at- the following Sunday. The boat will
1.1 d the Purim celebration at the leave the Floridian dock. Miami Beach
pie on Sunday afternoon. March at 4 : 20th, 1988, at 8:80 p. m, A masquer- that only -to may be ac......imodoted
ade ball, with prizes for the best and on this trip, those interested are urged
I original costumes, will be the to make their reservations with Mrs.
aground for a delightful entertain- Rubin Immediately.
B'NAI B'RITH
ami*
BRIEFS
If you're told they're gonna fight
at the next meeting of (he B'nai
B'rlth, you'd better admit it. And
they'll he pounding one another as
hard as they know how. and ii some
teeth are knocked out, well. you
know how 'tis at some meeting when
things warm up. Blame it all on
1..... Blsensteln who has arranged
some bang up-up boxing for the meet
ing next Tuesday night at the Fleet
wood Hotel.
B
We can't tell the reason why. .
but SO I.AIUKS AT THE NEXT
MEETING are the orders. per-
haps the arrangement! coi.....Ittee
wanted to spare our good women's
feeling! and not let them faint at tile
sight of gory faces. oh yes, there
will be entertainment of all kinds. .
nothing too risquet.....hut just
enough to put the seal in the "Pep
Meeting.'
-B -
Ben I.eVine must be one of those
new tangled nmteen cylinder motors
cylinder! ami bringing the membera
. he's continuing to hit on all ,
in. believe it or not.....just men-
tion a prospect's name and you can
bit your last dollars. Ben will have
his nan.....u the dotted line the next
day. wish that some of the oili-
er members would do even half as
good.
Free Calendar Is
Offered to Jewish
Floridian Readers
We have arranged with H. J.
Heinz Company, the 57-varietles
people, to continue sending the 21
year Hebrew English Calendar to
those readers of the Jewish Flori-
dian who request It.
If you have not yet received the
calendar, you may still obtain a
The 24-ycar calendar is free. A
postcard or a letter will bring it
to you. Please address H. J. Heinz
Co-. Department J.2, Pittsburgh,
Pa.
If you want to look up a Bar
Mitzvah, a Yalirzeit or a holiday,
the calendar will come in mighty
handy. The book also has a pag*
for you to record important family
dates and another page of import-
ant Jewish holidays from now to
1962.
POLITICAL BRIEFS
lieorge Worley, States Attorney for
i'.i'lc County, who is now a candidate
for re-election was horn in Georgia.
March 5th. 1801. He has been a res-
ent of Miami since is!>7. Attended
Miami High School where he gradnat-
in 11110.
He worked as Deputy Clark In
'rimlnal Court Of Record under Dale
Miller and Ben Bbeppard. Studied
during this time. He was admit-
ti 'I to practice in Hill'.
Enlisted I'nited States Army in
W17. Served with Army Air Service
pilot, discharged 1819 and returned
t resume practice.
Between years of Iftl'S and 1!).'!1
' was Assistant County Solicitor
charge of prosecution of felony
'-'s iii Criminal Court.
Appointed by the Governor as State
Attorney in 1885, be was cotnmlasron-
'd for four years, is married, has two
I, both born in Miami.
In office he has made a very splen-
d record and earned the plaudits of
" Bch aud bar of this area and the
Mate.
with the degr......f Bachelor of Science
in Mechanical Engineering. He serv-
ed in the World War as a second
lieutenant in the machine gun offi-
cer's detachment of the infantry. Af-
ter finishing his education Mr. Pruitt
became associated with the South-
eastern Underwriter*! Association in
Atlanta.
He has always taken an active in-
terest in the civic affairs of Greater
Miami and was mayor of Miami
Shores Village from the time its char-
ter was granted until January 1. 1!.'!7
when he declined to run again because
of pressure of other duties. Mr. Pru-
itt is a member of the Miami Country
Club. Trinity Methodist Church and
past president of the Miami Junioi
chamber of Commerce, in 1926 he
married Martha Lowe of Maci.n.
They have three sons, Frank Jr., 1(1.
B
Will we or will we not make good
for the next District Convent ion at
Orlando is the question that interests
most of B'nai B'rith workers now. .
there's some Important matters to be
acted on at this convention which will
he held on May 28th aud 80th, and
the more members we get in, the more
members who pay up their dues in
full. so many more dnloantCH
will we he entitled to and the greater
influence will Miami and the rest of
Florida he able to exercise at this
meeting,
B
B'nai B'rith set tl.....sample last
week by endorsing the movement for
a Federation of Jewish Charities am'
one combined drive a year. thi-
week the United Jewish Appeal fol
lowed our example and endorsed the
movement too.
1!
And now we note that Austria
B'nai B'rith Lodges have been dis
solved by the Nazi groans, something
we feared hut were not surprised at.
B
How many Ben Briths attended
Purim services last Wednesday night
is problematical. we'll bat they
ate Hainan Tashen though. .
B
What columnist's ghost writer
threatens to resign and give up the
ghost?
B
We haven't heard from Dr. Wer-
blow yet. how about some ac-
tion. Doc? How about taking care of
lleinv S, and Peter 5. The family re- ] the boys and girls at the University
-ides at .'Stl3 \. B. 98th Street. for the Sader Service! next month?
Camp Wohelo for Girls
185 mile* from Washington. I). ('.: 80 miles from
Baltimore. Md.; in the heart of the Blue Ridge
(.Mountains.
Frank O. Pruitt. a well known Mi-
' i general insurance agent and
hairman of the Dade County budget
commission since its creation in 1989
as announced his candidacy foi
county commissioner from District
0. "J. He is an immediate past pres-
ident of the Miami Kiwanis Club.
Mr. Pruitt was horn In Thomas
villa, (Ja.. on August 1. 1898. After
Kradugting from the Robert E. Lee
"igh school there, he entered Georgii
'M'h, graduating in the .lass of 1H21
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OPENS JULY 1st
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDiah
THE POLISH
ENIGMA
(Continued from Page Six)
(and il :. with thl Uouman-
really are not i a
.! culture.
B II a far m^
r.ange in Poland
. intry. During thi
. :'. the T>n.
f Polii
.--'.:'
i n.
I
- f its lal it
The ;- -
nine. T:.
.11 anil
t movement is 1
V mportaut still i> tli-
!' -
gentxis which hail hitl .own DO
rigi at life. It
I 1' I '
ll movement, but there en eer-
. Minings within the dV
empt to organise. AH tha
- t> t- thi r eonvl no i the I
. liniment, which lst [ccembet
r.ibling on the brink of Kac:-m.
that a leap into that ahy-s would not
--'". I first
anticipated. In its ;
mood. Poland would have :
--.: Spain if the government
'' entirely.
A genera] retreat was called
- i tin lal .: i political line and
hi* had the itroi - ..... I
the at d-Jewish drive. For in
F.,-:- : n E irope, it i- cli arly n
w that anti-Semitism hi not en-
moveinent directed against the
Jews. With the rise if Nazism it has
me a KreeB behind which the Fa-
- forces In Poland have therefore
made the fight on anti-Semitism the
'enter of their entire struggle with
Fascism: their battle cry and rally*
Ing point, even as the Fascists
made the snti-Jcwisb drhe the rhi point of their attack on the general
position. To this mut be added an-
ther curious fact : The violent anti-
Jesrish boycott which the Endeks con-
ducted before Christmas turned oat
-.. be a complete failure. The Endeks
spent on it enormous energy and
funds; picketing was conducted on a
huge scale never before dreamed of
millions of zlotys were -pent on prop-
aganda, and the brutality rCTealed
ring the pre-Christmss rush beg-
red description. But the very vio-
- to ma to hare
t. In the pp iincial
towns and in I E
gitaton iply driven oul
Evei v? irsi i ': P
\ it,
sti '1 by
The ;
:' i groins, and
eating Jews in th<.......

X
Polat oppon
.tin- I
Bm .- mistake to tl
\:.t the a' ti-J( h
fight
r the El : ks, the Polis
11. Far from it. The :
tie has tsumed different for-
mpatible with the m
1 I in foreign
Dtei : forms which are.
wever, no less dangerous, perl
I the hot:.rr,- :
pogromist. P.:- this new aspect of
il P land i 1
ir. an off-hand mannei
.--:-..-
mother cession.
ERIDAY, MAECH 18, 1938
^"^isssnttr* "
Strictly
Confidential
Five n,w leaders of the National Federation of Temple Brotherhood-. nationwide organization of metis clubs
affiliated with Uhrral flygtfos Elected to the National Executive Board at a recent meting, they are,
left to right: Bertram L, Bemiiar.lt. Providence. R. I.: Dr. Fred Fire-tone. San Francisco, (al.: Dr. Ixiu.s
R. Cans. New Haven, Conn.: Howanl I), (ioidman. Richmond. Va.; and Kpliriam Brenner. Harrlsburg. la.
Tlie N. F. T. B. b. the youngot arm of the Inion of American Hebrew ( ongregatiore and links more than
LM individual Hubs, with a total m- sabsraWp of more than 20.000 men.
Tampa Notes
Miss Bertha Markowitx. who was
visiting with her aunt and nr.- Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Markowitx. i
bet home in Savannah Sunday.
lira. Ely Meyer entertained at a
sapper Friday night at her
after the opening performance
of the Tamps borse show. Q .--
led officers and members of the
Tampa horse lb w sss I all ex-
- and a group of frii
I f '.. cation Rn-
doph Sholem held its fifth annual
Purim danct W night at the
Davit Islsndi C mtrj "lab. Mrs.
A. M. Wolfson was _-- .,airman
and .!- -- by Mrs. Morria Ben-
nett. Mr. I. ftepall. Mrs. Ma, k Perl-
man, Mrs. Milton Schwartz. Mrs.
Maurice Stein, Mrs. Ben Brown, Mrs.
Irvin Salsbury, Mrs. William Wolf-
SOD, Mrs. I.. Simovitl and Mrs. Fred
Periman. Ticket islet wen in charge
Of Mr-. N. L. Mar. us. Mrs. I. Wohl.
Mrs. A. R. Oerger and Mrs. Joseph
Wohl.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peretiman an-
nounce the engagement and approach-
ing marriage of their daughter. Hose
to Ralph Lnttk. s.m of Mis. b. Lutsk,
"f Atlanta. Oa. Miss Peretzman i"
a resident of Tampa and is a member
of the young Jewish set. She attend-
ed Hillsborough High School and is
. a member of the Tampa chapter
Nations! Council of Jewish Juniors.
! and the Junior Hadassah.
Mr. Lutsk WSS born in Atlanta and
- .' stion in the -
H with the
M- tal C< d pany.
Tip wedding will lie li.-ld at the
T Hotel. Mare!: 20, -
lock p. m. Dinner will l -. -v
itcly following the cer-
and imi!
\ ... held at the
1! from 8:30 to
11:30 p. m.. and all friends are In

Plans en by
hapter of National Coun-
cil .,f Jewish Juniors for Miss Rose
Peretxtnan. bride-elect, were made st
ting Monday night at the V. M.
H. a. Tiie party was given T
- 00 o'clock at the home of
M -- Helen Aronovits. Miss Toby
Katz was appointed chairman of the
littee. which Includes
M-- Dona Peckett. Misa Gladys Pet-
- Miss Bannah Belle Isaacson and
M y stbrsmovits. Mrs. Joe
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Phone 2-3151
Waterman, president "f the Bei
Council, read a portion "f the nation-
si conference report and the .1 n
1 voted to continue its
hution to the Hannah 0. Solomon
scholarship fund. Members wen
rited to attend the joint meeting of
all Jewish women's organisations that
afternoon at the Temple Schaaris
eZdek.
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Simovitz
li ft recently tor Miami and then tor
Cuba where they will visit for a
month.
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Bucbman re-
turned to their h'ime after an extend-
ed visit with friends and relative* in
Mobile. Ala., ami New Orleans. La,
Miss Bertha Weiss, of New York,
arrived here recently to visit her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs, .1. Weiss.
The Tampa Chapter. Junior Hadas-
sah. held a special board meeting on
Thursday night at the home of Mrs.
Ben Haimovitz. sponsor, at which
time the election 'if officers were
withdrawn. A new slate of nominees
will be brought to the next meeting,
March 2ft. at the Floridian Hotel,
where re-election of officers will be
held. The board consists of Mrs.
Dave Pennan. president :Helen Aron-
ovitz. Miss Donah Peckett. Miss Flor-
ence Abramovitz. Miss Elizabeth Ab-
ramovitz. Mrs. Louis Ruehmnn. Mrs.
Manuel Rurhmnn. Miss Ruth Fin-
man. Misa Molly Rergman. Mrs. Max
Taster, Mr-. Jay Markowitx, Mrs.
Louis gimoTitx and Mrs. R. Bern-
beim. Thos.. .>n the nominating com-
are. ehairman. Mrs. Louis Sim-
onvitx: Miss Ruth Fininan. Mrs.
Harry Kotler, Mist Fl rence Abrnm-
ind Mrs. Roasel Rcrnheiin.
Thi 1' nor dinner dance plans were
rtiw :-- '. The i !l be held
26. a: the Floridian Hotel. Mrs.
1 reneral chairman
'I the committee on arrangements,
The Tampa Jewish Women's or-
ganisations held their annual ,i..iut
- recently with Mr-. Oxi
Marcos, vice-president of the Temple
Guild Sisterhood, serving as ehairman
in tin- absence of Mrs. Daniel Rachel-
son, president. The meeting was held
Sisterhood as hostesses of the
the Sisterhood si bosteses of the
Mrs. D. L. Zielonka, program
an >.f the Tampa Council, Nat-
ional Council "f Jewish Women, an-
ed the program, a paper OH the
I State Sisterhood convention by-
Mr-. Marguerite Hammer, a recita-
tion by Cecile Waterman, a guitar
solo by Edward H. Weissman, accom-
pat -I by A. Lincoln Keene, a read-
it g by Florence Abramovitz. original
and modern versions of Longfellow's
"Children') Hour" by Miss Rae Birn-
back and Mis- Beatrice Feiner.
Tribute was paid to Mrs .Henry
Brash, founder of the Tmnpa C.....icil
of Jewish Women and to Mrs, Abe
Haas who was celebrating her birth-
day anniversary. Mrs. Ernest Maaa
gave the opening prayer and Mrs.
Ben Halmoviti the closing prayer.
Reports were given by Mrs. Joseph
(Continued on Page Nine)
THE WORLD'S
WINDOW
DENTIST
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DR. R. WILLIAMSON
DR. H. L. ANDERSON
CLOSED SATURDAY
Open Evenings by Appointment
Ph. 2-2131 1764 N. W. 36th St.
(Continued from Page Five)
sized" the figure of the Nasarene Into
the image of it- need. That i- a great
and sacred human process. But its
need was not oura. it is not now.
<>nr need is not redemption from the
natural man: it it redemption of the
mental is the difference expressed by
mental is the differenc expressed bj
these two propositions.
If Mr. Conrnoa will read Travert
Herfird's book on the Pharisees and
(ieorge Foote M.....e- history of tin-
Jews in the age of Jesus and occas-
ionally in whatever language indulge
in a blatt gemorah, he might stop
talking the dangerous and unrealistic
......sense which even the finest
most learned of Christian theoli
no lot gi t talk. The worst t it is
that thi- danger,,u-
endli as attractiveness for the woi'
There i- no doubt that tl.....ditors of
the < ixford Cniversity Pn have ac-
cess to advice in i>otli Kngland .
America Christian advice
would bave -tamped this '.,,!; n
shallow, unhistorical, likely to mnki
confusion worse confounded. Instead
of utiii/.ing such advice they rushed
into print. "Aha, here i- a Jew who
-ay- that the Jews should accept .1.-
Ua. Well, we always suspected that
they were holding out on us through
mere stabborness. It's like them. We
don't really like them anyway, though
as cultivated people-we're polite. Xn
wonder, no wonder that they're pei
led, though that srI ,,f thing i-
heneath us. Conrnoa anyhow, seen
through tlnm. He's a nice Jew"
Anothei net Jew.
his
th
in-
11-
,.^...E;|,
-Bhuzi as* 'PTU of 9^bra.
pledge a*a*"f. ........
$t i* mith a
S YEARS Or-.SO
MNISC
MAtZO HAL FABF.Et
f AXE MEAL (60 MATtg
- I fa
i < on I in in at from Page Ki\,
Ministry of Labor. A play call.
We Not Bleed?" which deals u,
Imaginary country called Qalania ind
the action of which centers an
Streicher-like character, is enjoying
great popularity In London. Thi
Palestine display t the great B ,
Empire Exhibition in Qlasgos m
May will he OM showing Pale-tine
fruits.
ABOUT PEOPLE
To-ianini had decided to iai
Salzburg engagement even befoi
now historic- Schussnigg--Hitler
fab. He was sick of the ptes
erted by "friends" to permit Fait-
waengier, the Nazi conductor, to be i
guest conductor at Salzburg. W!nn
he was lost in Salzburg Furtu i
came to him and pleaded for a
in the name of Richard \V
DUsic. To-canini drew himself ,|
said: "You don't represent Wagner
vou represent Hitler." The March of
Time newsreel i preparing a Pales-
tine story, to take away the li,
of the 'Inside N'nzi Germany" short,
Which reminds us that Paul Muni,
now on bit way back from Pal
will avoid New York press and julb
men by landing in Canada. Lonll
Pekarsky, Seven Artist** Hollywood
correspondent, is ailing. You can do
a great mitsvah by dropping |
line .at the Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital in Los Angeles. Thos*> who
then- tell ii- President Rosaeveii go)
a h Mussolini doing an attache dai
a command performance of "Pit;- anil
Seedles" given in the White i
Intermarriage continues to tak lt|
toll. Maria Virginia Kimbalis- the
daughter of of the violinist an 1 tlie
former Alma tiluck, is about to 6e-
come Mrs. I igdcn Goelet. which will
bring into her family the Vanderbilts.
a couple of British dukes snd other
bluebloods here and abroad. And Ju-
lius Meier. Jr., son of the late
nor of Oregon, who was a schu. res-
ident, is taking to wife Mrs. Cornells
Honeyman. Friends of Justice Car-
dosos say !ii~ resignation is du any
time. Ituvin Heifets, father o
cha, ho piloted Ids son from
prodigy-h.....1 to the career of a world
famous virtuoso, teaches other
ton, and talented young mu>
at an Bast side settlement bouse. One
wnd by the 8h
" II si on be n i amed in hot o
late l. (lerahwin. Billy B
branching oul as
b la Will Rogers, Wl i I
.....re work for Pick Mane
-- agent.
STORY OF THE WEEK
l.'u'h Katsh, one of Macy's brain-
-. and in private life I(.
Abraham L. Feinberg, brought
stun- from Europe. One Tue- a
Paris, where the fonr-day work week
prevail-, ghe noticed n worklngmai
calmly smoking his pipe instead of at-
tending to his machine in the plant
"Whafi the trouble, Jenny" thi isk-
ed. Jean philosophically axpeel
eu and curtly replied: "I'm waiting".
Later in the day. when the for iai
tactfully suggested that he might
make an attempt to earn his wages,
ban still insisted: "I'm waiting." Fi-
nally the factory manager went over
to -lean and asked: "But what ire
Fou waiting for?" Jean scratched his
head and explained: "You s.....
this wayFirst Moses came along,
and made Saturday a day of re-:
Then Jesus came, anil made Sun lay
a day of restLast year Leon Blum
Wve us Monday offSo now I'm
waiting for another Jew to come al ing
and give us Tuesdav off."
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FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE NINO
ORAYNOO
"OUR LIGHT"
BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER, EDITOR
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
I EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
ORLANDO, FLA.
;U2 HARWELL STREET
.- 8:10 P- ni. Sermon by
P Skop ou 'Jewish Weapons of
p. Against Ilntred and Bigotry.-'
I'IRIM CARNIVAL
- !.iy. March 20th, 2:30 p. m.,
;llrcn of the Religious School
uill participate in a colorful I'urim
.1 with costumes, decorated
i:aines and refreshments, In-
I Ilamantaschen. Prizes will
irded fr the best decorated and
-i and funniest costumes
YOUTH FOURM
'I topic for next week's discus-
siou will be "The Value of Jewish
M and Ceremonies."
11 KIM SEl'DAH
I jo the fine work of Mr. L. S.
I >,.] and his committee, the first
I'urim Scudah was one of the
in.i.i outstanding events of the year.
I lition to the delicious Puriin
let, there were Purim songs
and I'urim stories. Rabbi Skop hold
: i it her interesting Purim sele-
brationi in Jewish history.
ADI/LT CULTURE SERIES
-iderable interest has been
.-d by the forthcoming two lcc-
rurea OB Sunday night, April 3rd and
10th. to be delivered at the Synagogue
ny Professor Richard Fcuersteiu of
Rollins College. Professor Fcuer-
steiu is instructor of HMgOTf Bl
Kotliijp and a respected member of the
Ohev Shalom Congregation. His first
lecture will be on "SpinozaGod In-
iixj.iited Mind." His second lecture
will be on "Baal Sham TovGod In-
ted Heart." Professor Feuer-
- keen student of Jewish lit-
and a forceful sneaker. His
lectures are awaited with interest.
Mr, 1 I Hainiowitz, scholarship piu-
will play and Rabbi Morris A.
ill present "The Jew in World
N Admission to members of the
ration 25c; non-members, 35c.
ORAYNOO
Tii' Rabbi is grateful for the fine
- which has greeted the ap-
ce of the community publics-
I 'raynoo. The first issue was
possible through the kindness
idvertlsing of the Goldstein Knsli-
Vieat Market. It is hoped to pub-
bia community bulletin twice a
until the close of the year. The
-lie will appear l>cforc Pass-
All organizations are urged to
D their notices before the first
I April,
t; IBBINICAL ASSOCIATION"
Rabbi and Mrs. Skop returned from
1 very enjoyable stay in Miami where
the Rabbi was elected secretary of
Florida Rabbinical Association. A
'<'lution was passed to have the
xt convention of the State Rabbis
t" be held in Orlando, Florida, three
weeks after Succouth. The Rabbi and
Mrs Skop were the guests of the Mi-
mi Rabbinical Association while in
Miami and were accompanied to Mi-
ami" and back by Rabbis Rurger and
"bstbaum and Rabbi and Mrs. Mar-
U"lis of Jacksonville.
B'NAI B'RITH
The next meeting of B'nai B'rith
will mark the formal installation of
the 1.allies Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith.
Mr. Barney Cohen, president, and
Mr. Nat Berman, vice-president, are
arranging a very interesting program,
including a debate between Mr. Mar-
tin Segal, attorney, and Rabbi Skop.
on the subject: "Resolved, That Com-
munism and Judaism are Incompat-
ible."
LADIES AUXILIARY
At the last meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary, Mrs. Gus Bear, cultural
chairman, introduced as guest speak-
er. Judge Martha Gore, of the Juve-
nile Court, who delivered a fascinat-
ing address on "Child Delinquency
and Youth Problems." All women,
uot yet members of the Ladies Auxil-
iary, are invited to join this active
and cultured group of Jewish women
serving unselfishly the Jewish com-
munity through its support of the Re-
ligious School and congregational ac-
tivities. Communicate with Mrs. Ben
Salomon.
MEMORIAL FOR ABRAHAM
JACOB
Rabbi Skop has received a beauti-
ful letter from the children of Abra-
ham Jacob who recently passed away,
asking for a suggestion for an appro-
priate memorial for their loving fath-
er and devoted Jew. The Rabbi is
considering a number of appropriate
suggestions and will soon announce
the dedication of this memorial in the
synagogue In memory of Mr. Abra-
ham Jacob, father of our vice-presi-
dent, Mr. Louis Jacob, and of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank, of Detroit, Mich.
TAMPA NOTES
(Continued from Page Eight)
Waterman, president of the Tampa
Section National Council of Jewish
Women: Mrs. I. Segall, president of
Rodoph Sholom auxiliary : Mrs. Dav-
id l'ennan. president of Tampa Junior
Hadassah; Sirs. Marcus, for the Bit-
ter!.....d mid Miss Helen Aronovits,
president of the Jewish Juniors. Re-
freshments were served at the conclu-
sion of the meeting.
A. /.. A. TO HOLD SERVICES
The newly installed Tampa Chap-
ter No. 311 of the Aleph Zadek Aleph,
Junior B'nai B'rith. will conduct the
complete services at Temple Rodoph
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RABBINICAL CONFERENCE HERE
Among rabbis attending the State Rabbinical Conference at Temple Israe I. HI N. K. IMh Street, are Rabins
Carl N. Herman of West Palm Keach; Jacob H. Kaplan. Miami; Piser \V. .laenl.s. SI. Petersburg; Max
Shapiro. Miami; A. S. Klrinfeld. Ii.i ytoua Beach; Morris D. Margolis. Ja rhsonville; Adolph Burger. Tampa.
Moses Mescheloff, Miami Beach; Ab raham A. Kellner. Miami; Mini- A. Skop. Orlando; Irving Obstbahm.
St. Petersburg, and Colman A. Zwit man. Miami. .
Sholom. Friday evening. March 2.1. at
8 :00 P. If.
Willie Oster will act as Cantor fur
the evening and will read the entire
service. Sam Wclier will give the
blessings On the wine. Louis Morris,
president, will give a talk on the A.
"/.. A. Sabbath. The Cantor will be
assisted in conducting services by the
A. 7i. A. Choir, composed of all mem-
bers of the A. '/.. A. An enjoyable
evening is insured everyone that at-
tends.
The Tampa Chapter has been meet-
ing every Tuesday evening at the V.
M. II. A. The newly appointed ad-
visers, members of the B'nai B'rith.
were introduced at this time. The;
arc ;Abe Sillier, chairman ; Abe Wolf-
son and Irvin Salsbury. Plans were
made for several of the members to
attend the District Convention being
held in Charleston. South Carolina.
Sunday. March 20. The boys will
leave Saturday morning by car and
will return Tuesday. Members plan-
ning to make the trip are: Louis
Morris, president : Sam Argintar,
treasurer; Irvin Peckett, reporter;
Phil Raimovit, monitor; Willie Os-
ter, sergeant-at-arms and Sam Weber.
The first baseball practice of th"
season has been called for Sunday
morning at 10:00 a. m.. at Plant
Field by Sol Kotler, chairman of tb*
Athletic Committee. The A. 7. A.
plans to enter a team in one of the
city leagues.
SOCIETY
PI RIM DINNER
TO BE GIVEN
Beth David Purim dinner will be
held on Sunday evening, March 2 >.
in the Talmud Torah with the Sister-
hood members In charge of arrange-
ments, Mrs. Jacob Engler i general
chairman and will be assisted by the
Mesdames I.. II. Harts, Sol Welnkle,
.1. Kopelowits, M. Scheinberg, Charles
Abbott. H. Sutan, Stanley C. Myers.
Sadye Rose, Jack August. Sol Grief
anil A. Rubin. Miss Ida Bugler will
!> toastmistress, Mrs. Morris
Sehwarta the involution and Etapbi
Max Shapiro the benediction. Cantor
Louis Hayman will sing the tradi-
tional Purim songs.
* *
LOYALTY CLUB TO
PRESENT SHOW
Plan- are being completed by the
Loyalty Club of Bmunafa chapter for
a vaudeville show and dance to be
held Saturday evening. April Jill, in
the Scottish Kite Temple from !;ih)
p. m.. to 1 :"*i a. m.. with Chester
Alexander a. master of ceremonies, In
charge of arrangements are Mrs. Ber-
nard Simon assisted br all the mem-
bers of the Club. Tirk.'Ts are 5l>e
and may be seccured from any mem-
bers,

DEDICATOR) SERVICES
TO BE HELD
Beth David Congregation will hold
dedicatory services for the Memorial
Placque donated to the congregation
b) Mi. Harry Markowits and his son
Tommy. In memory of his wife. Frieda
Markowits, and his mother-in-law,
Dora Cohen, on Tuesday. March 20
at 8 ;15 p. in.

VISITS IN
MIAMI
Mrs. I. Bwersky, of Norfolk. Va..
is visiting her sister and brother-in-
law., Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Oiiphant,
and will remain here for several
Week-.

SISTERHOOD TO sponsor
BOAT KIIH.
Temple Israel Sisterh.....I will -:
or s boat ride through Biscayne '.
among nine beautiful island- on Si: -
day afternoon. March 27, starting
promptly at 4:00 p. m. The boat
will leave from the Chamber of Com-
meree docks at Alton Road and Fifth
Street. Miami liearh. In charge of
arrangements are Mas. Harry Rubin
and reservations may be male with
her. any member of the Sisterhood or
at the Temple.
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pairs "n any make car. Pi
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PIANOS TUNED
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Scientifically and correctly done
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Ph^r.e 3-1370.
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PAGE TWELVE
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
FRIDAY, MABCH 18, 1938

MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A- KELLXER, Rabbi
RABBIS RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Pnone 8-6112
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Itoily. Shachria at 8 a. m.;
Mincna at 5:30 p. m.; Maarir.
15 minutes after sunset.
Sabbath services: Friday
evening at 5:30 p. m ; Satur-
day morning at 9:30 a. m.; Sat-
urday afternoon at 515 p. no.
HtlOAY EVENING SERVICES
Late 6errices will continue through
fchabbos Hagoiol and on this Friday
night Rabbi Keliner will speak on
"FederatMn, What Next?" In th!-
taik Rabb; Keliner will discuss the
feasibility of a Federated Jewi,h
i -arities and will ^numerate the ob-
jections and obstacles that such a
< :an will meet with and the way to
.-come these. This topic is of par-
' -!ir interest as the current fe-tival
of Purim has a- one of its main ob-
Jectiveo the mit-vaa of Matonoth Loe
Tjoaim, or the giving of alms to the
poor and needy.
PCRIM I ELEBRATIONS
The Hebr-w and Sunday Religious
schools will celebrate Purim ir. a fit-
ting manner Sunday. March 20th. at
11 :00 o'clock. A program of son?-.
recitations and sketche- baa
1 ,.r. prepared by the teachers of th-.-
various grade--. After the program
traditional Haman Tashen ..
idy and other delta
* ] to all children by
imittee of the Ladies Auxiliary.
B ngarten i- i hainnan '.
' :. i rving with
Mrs. \. Blamberg, Mi*. M. P
]" Mr-. Cecil Tannenbaum and Mrs
H. H. Kagan. A mo-t o-or iial inri-
tation i.s extendol to al! children and
|'-i rents to be present.
HABONOTH NEWS
A Boat lOCCeMfdl Pirim party and
m.-jnorado was held by the r|ub on
Saturday night, March 12th. in the
Synagogue. Guests of the club were
the members of the Tephillin Club
who were greatly helpful in making
the evening a great success. The fol-
lowing won prizes for the excellence
of their -r.mes: Thelma Berger.
Marcia Harris and Eileen Halpert.
We take this means of saying good-bye
to Louise Taffel, one of our dearest
members who is leaving with her par-
ents to reside in >"" Tork. It is
our hope that she will be happy in
*- home and that she will join
a Habmoth Club in hr new home.
JEWISH It MHO HOUR
ly eight. A record field is
ready to open the trials and will con-
tinue through an elimination process
, until the field simmers down to the
fina'. box of eigh:.
The Futurity classic has drawn
Arable interest among fans and
' dogmen these past few years and an-
nually it is attracting more attention.
Two years ago Public Enemy
une of Art Wilson's better gre;
1 came roaring home a winner. Last
ENTERTAINS AT
DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Shochet were
hosts at dinner at the Astir Hotel
, last Tuesday afternoon of Rabbi
Adolph Burger of Tampa. Rabbi
: Alexander S. Kleinfeld of Daytona
Beach. Rabbi Peyser Jacobs of St.
Petersburg. Rabbi M. Obstbaum of
> irsbnrg, Rabbi and Mrs. Mor-
ris D. Margolis of Jacksonville and
. i Mr- Morris A. Skop of
year it was Last Straw who turc> d all of whom were attending
the trick.
For th- classic tbi< season many
fine ones are ready strnt their
; stuff. Among the entrants are those
'now famous y: .- Rip-A-Rar:n
| and Fence Guard, which ran one-two
| in the recent Nursery Stake /vent.
i Rip-A-Rarin is now being called the
greatest pup brought to light on the
West Flagler oval in years. He went
through the Nursery eliminations with
) out losing a single race and made eT-
' ery victory a decisive one. He is a
the Rabbinical Conference of Rabbis
of the State of Florida in Miami.
J' ring the dinner an original com-
D t'.v Rabbi Obstbaum which
will be published shortly was sung
by the composer, and Rabbi Margolis
led in the singing of Palestinian folk
- -- with the other Rabbis being
heard in a number of liturgical and
DgS.
8unday afternoon at 3:30 p. m.
Rabbi Abraham A. RaDaet will be ,
heard in a talk on "Feast or Festi- |
ral' 'over station WIOD. Cantor
Nathan Wroobel will render several
vocal selections.
CONGRATULATIONS
DR. KAPLAN
Greetings and congratulations are
herewith extended to the Senior Rab-
bi of the community upon his election
to the presidency of the Florida Rab-
binic Association. The unanimous
acclaim that greeted Dr. Kaplan's
name ** an indication of the high es-
teem and the deep reverence in which
held by the Jewish leaders
throughout the state-
| son of My Laddie, who once rompe i
I on the west-side oval and is known
today throughout the country as a
great canine sire.
Plans are being made by the man-
agement of the west-side oval to han-
dle capacity throngs during the run-
ning of this Futurity classic. Many
of the nation's greatest racing grey-
hounds are now competing at the
west-side oval and will be seen nightly
from now nntil the track ck>es its
1937-3? meeting on April 9th.
SOCIETY
DOG TRICK GETS
L/IRGE
While the crowds have been record
- breaking at West Flagler Kennel
Club ll -ion. even larger crowds
ted to jam through the turn- ing the evening's entertainment" Pol
of the picturesque west-side oval
next week with the opening of the
annual Futurity Stakes.
The first elimination for the Fu-
turity classic will get under wav on
CONCERT TO BE
HELD
The second annual concert featur-
ing Cantor Maurice Mamches in a
program of liturgical, folk music and
operatic selections will be held at
Beth Jacob Synagogue Sunday even- ,i0n of the National Council of Jew-
ing. March 27th. beginning at S :15 jsh Women at the home of Mrs. Jack
o clock. Alexander Drucker and hi ____________________________________
--...n String Ensemble will be ................................................................
among the many prominent musicians
and vocalists who will be heard dur-
YOl NG JIDEA PI RIM
BALL HELD
The Stephen P. Wise Tamar de
I'oole Toung Judea held its first
annual Purim ball on Sunday evening.
March 13. The program included a i
ghost skit in which Jack and Henry
Mi ndell appeared, several accordion
by Marian Wohl. Refresh-
, ments and dancing were enjoyed by
the parents and friends of the mem-
I bers. Crowned as king and queen of
| the Purim Ball were Jack Mendell
and Diana Blatman. who then distri-
' buted the presents.
! The next meeting of the club will
1 be held on Wednesday. March 23 at
7:30 p. m.. in the Beth David Tal-
, mud Torah. All members are urged
' to be present and to be prompt.

DINNER DANCE TO BE
SPONSORED
Plans were completed for the first
annual dinner dance of the Miami sec-
Cohen at a meeting of the entertain-
ment committee. Following the bus.
iness meeting Mrs. Cohen entertain j
the committee at luncheon. Amu<>
those attending were Mesdames Mat
Dn-yer, Roland Granat, Nat L. W; .
liams. Sidney L. Arnson. Milton T.-j.
vers, Abe Rumin. Harry Barnhart, I
Wohl, Bertha Rosenberg and Ja '-
Simon. The dinner dance will be held
at the Hollywood Beach Hotel nex-
Wednesday evening. March 23rd, be-
ginning at 8:15 o'clock. Special si;.
ver and blue mere is will be used, and
-ouvenirs will be given to the ladies,
A .-pecial floor show has been arrang-
ed. After dinner, guests will be wel-
come to enjoy the dancing that wi'l
follow. Phone 5-3788 for reserva-
tions. ?

The finest of domestic and Pal-.,
tinian wines for Passover will be '
tied and distributed locally and f..-
i'lorida by the Manhattan Beer Di,-
tributors. Inc. Rabbis Moses Me-
cheloff and Abraham Keliner will
supervise the bottling of domestic
wines to insure strict adherence with
ritual requirements. The finest of
Carmel Wines from the Rishon Le
Zion wineries and cellars in Palestine
will be sold in the original container-.
detail, of the program will appear in
our next issue. Tickets may be ob-
' tained fro mCantor Mamches. or at
j the Synagogue. The phblic is invited
1 to attend.
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