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The Jewish Floridian ( March 25, 1938 )

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M i tll 'i %  I wJewisli Floridian CSgi Tlhe Jewtsti fUmBty VOLUME 11.—NUMBER 12 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS LOUIS PEKARSKY, / %  I I1S WRITER PUSSES \m Loi Angeles (WNS) — Louis Pekarsky. for the past four years Hollywood and Los Angeles correspondent of the Seven Arts' Feature Syndicate and Worldwide News Service and editor of the popular .weekly column, "Lights of Shadowlnnd," which had appeared in more than 40 Jewish weeklies nffiliated with Seven Arts, 33 he Wat" &m editor at the Rochester Jewish Ledger and Its affiliated weeklies in six cities. Pekarsky came to Los Angeles in 11133 as managing editor of the B'nai B'rith Messenger. A year later he became nationally known as motion picture editor of the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate in which capacity he wrote a widelyread column. Many of filmdom's greatest names, both in production and acting, were numbered among his friends. Widely known in Southern California Jewish Circles, he had a large circle of friends here and in Rochester. He was a charter member and Y., Club of Southern California. He is survived by his widow, the former first president of the Rochester, N. Florence Alexander of Rochester, and four brothers. Harry, Maurice and Hyram, of Rochester, aud Paul of Syracuse. MEMORIAL TABLET TO BE DEDICATED URGES ADVISORY COUNCILS FOR ALL JEWISH GROUPS New York (WNS)—Pointing out that over 50,000 Jewish college youths go through their entire four course without any Jewish activity and thereby constitute a "lost legion" to American Jewish life. Rabbi Elias Charry of Indianapolis, writing in the March issue of the Jewish Youth Journal proposes as a solution that some existing national organization undertake to set up an advisory council for each college group having no permanent Jewish college director. The council, he suggests, should be made up of the nearest rabbis, directors of education and executives of Jewish community centers. This council, Rabbi Charry says, acting with representative students, could map a program of activities. To finance the project he suggests contributions through the welfare fund, a tax on parents and small subsidies from B'nai B'rith. rabbinical seminaries and other national organizations with field man who could direct the work. The "Markowitz Memorial Tablet" a beautiful bronze tablet containing room for memorial plates to perpetuate the memory of deceased relatives and frieuds and electric lights which will be lit on the Yahrzeit, will be dedicated this coming Tuesday evening. March 20th, at 8:00 o'clock in Beth David Synagogue with appropriate ceremonies. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the ceremonies and make the principal address of the evening. The formal presentation will be made by Mr. Harry Markowitz who together with his son. Thomas, have presented this bronze memorial tablet to Beth David Congregation in memory of Mr. Markowits'l wife Freda and her mother, the late Mrs. Dora Cohen, who met a tragic death here last year. The event will take place on the anniversary of Mrs. Freda Markowitz' birthday. The formal acceptance will be made by Mr. Stanley C. Myers, former president and active worker, of the Congregation. Cantor Louis Hayman will sing during the evening. The public is asked to attend. The late Mrs. Markowitz was active in Beth David Sisterhood which she served as an officer for several terms, took part in the work of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau of the Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah and other local charitable and fraternal organizations. Her mother, Mrs. Dora Cohen supported eighteen charitable institutions during her life time and was active in recent years in Miami organizations. Cantor and Other Artists Will Be Heard On Sunday Cantor Maurice Mamches will be featured in his second annual concert Sunday evening, March 27th, beginning at 8:30 o'clock at Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach, in a program of operatic arias, classical numbers and folk songs of several nations. He will be assisted by the noted violin virtuoso Joel Belov of Philadelphia, formerly associated with the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra and other such famous conductors as Tocanini, Stokowsky and Bodansky. Alexander Drucker and his Russian String Quuartet will be heard in a number of selections playing Russian and Jewish folk songs. Mr. Sam Cook, profesional whistler will render Eili, Eili. among other numbers. An evening of unusual musical entertainment will be presented to delight both the student of music and the general public. A cordial invitation is extended to residents and visitors in this area to attend the splendid concert which it n annual event, here. Officers of Beth Jacob Congregation and Rabbi Moses Meseheloff arc assisting to make this evening one well worth while attending. Roosevelt Urged To Intercede For Jews And Catholics New York (WNS)—"Sound the note of humanitarianism as the voice of America to the German government for justice and mercy to Jews and Catholics, all children of the one God," President Roosevelt was urged in a telegram from Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein, president of the Rabbinical Council of America. "We do not presume to ask you to involve our beloved country in any political question," Rabbi Goldstein said. "We believe that the elementary human right to live unfettered and unchallenged is the concern of all mankind. The heads of the governments of Europe are unable to speak in the same disinterested non-partisan manner as you can. The hope of mankind lies the rise of a leader whose compelling voice will receive the unquestioned confidence and support of the rest of the world. Is there anyone else who occupies such a position as yourself? We humbly pray that you may be the instrument through which Catholic* Jews and any other oppressed people may' be allowed to live their lives without constant fear of being seized, humiliated and tortured the very next moment." ANNUAL BENKFIT TO BE HEM) The annual spring benefit of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will be held at the Roadside Rest. Miami Beach, Sunday evening, March 27th, and will present an unusually fine floor show in addition to the dancing that will be enjoyed. Proceeds of this annual event will go to aid in the welfare work of the organization. The public is urged to attend. BAYER ASPIRIN DENIES LINK TO HUNGARIAN BRANCH THAT FIRED JEWS New York (WNS)—Profits of Bayer aspirin sold in this country ultimately reach Germany because the Bayer Company here is connected Sectarian Anti-Naxi League declared Sectarian Anti-Nazi Leagu edeclared in commenting on a statement by Harvey Mann, president of the Bayer Company, that his firm had no connection with Germany because it had purchased the American firm the Alien Property Custodian after the World War. Mr. Mann's statement was mnde in connection with reports from Budapest that the Hungarian Pharmaceutical Company, Hungarian representative of Bayer's aspirin, had dismissed 13 employees because they are of non-Aryan origin. REPORT GIVEN ON Mill HOTELS 'New York (WNS)—Reports of diselimination against Jewish applicants for employment by Miami Beach hotell under Jewish management are not ns serious as first believed. Rabbi J. X. Cohen, chairman of the commission on economic problems of the American Jewish Congress, declared in a report based on a personal investigation. After visiting a score or more of the largest hotels and communicating with other principal hotels in the Greater Miami district which are under Jewish management. Rabbi Cohen found that "a very small number of hotels under Jewish management, with exclusive Jewish patronage, wan found to have an almost exclusively non-Jewish personnel. A large number of hotels uniler Jewish management were found to have a fair proportion of Jewish employees, but another and still larger croup of hotels were found to have a satisafctorily large proportion of Jewish workers." Rabbi Cohen also found that one of the chief reasons why some Jewish hotels do not employ more Jews is that comparatively few of the Jewish applicants are experienced. He quoted one sympathetic Jewish hotel man as saying "they raise the cry of prejudice when they have n t the qualifications to fill the job they are seeking." Other hotel manager, said substantially the same, adding that they would be more than glad to employ Jews because their Jewish patrons sometimes raise the discrimination issue with them, but the managers told Rabbi Oohen they cannot employ Jews who are unqualified for hotel work, solely because they are Jewish, as these very patrons would be the first to object if unsatisfactory service were rendered. M. Deane the manager of the Miami branch of the Florida State Employment Servii-c. said he had no measurable difficulty placing Jewish persons in Jewish hotels during the season bat that the problem was to find Jewish persons who would meet hotel experience requirements. In the course of his inquiry Rabbi Oohen found that 50 percent of the Miami Beach hotels are Jewish-owned but on a basis of number of rooms only 30 percent of capacity is Jewish owned. In Greater Miami, 15 percent of the hotels are Jewish owned which reduces to 5 percent when taken on the basis of the number of rooms. He also reported that no instance was found where a hotel management admitted discrimination with the exception of hotels carrying signs over their doors reading "Gentiles." There are a number of such hotels in the Miami district, one of which even bars Jews as visitors to guests except in a special "Jim Crow" reception room. TUNE IN SUNDAY MORNING AT 9 The Jewish Floridian will again present another in its series of weekly broadcasts this coming Sunday morning over Station WKAT (1500 k. c.) at 9 o'clock. It's full of interesting news and comments and music.



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PAf.E TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN i HI i !" J RKTlRN> FROM TRIP >ara Harr no iid w Ml %  -' airplane laerm. Wo) la .--. v.rr.:. Li 1 Bi %  snd Panama. t of arena*!•a* pre and Indian Ilair.i in Pen, ss weli r airplaniins. Mrs. Ha-J that of a world I -. Africa aad Ai She will -. at ber rania A • • I • kBBcaek.Fl for ] .:. i A .-tralia. a a a LKAVE FOR ( OXVEXTION %  | -. | -. k W< : %  :BOTMO, B B rcaident .i one Bareaa and I :• Hin etmry of j \ %  T •:.:. where they ... attend i I I %  %  :-DC* of Welfare Ajencie* 5poosred bf th* FaderatioDi W;jrFunds. They were nanied by MrR. IS Adler and lln Ri : OB their i i.-od of federating %  TeM re Organ for) a MI Jewiab ar-s wil view of | i Jev. • a %  SCHOOL TO PBESENT PLAT • • Friday. Mai _• Tb* leadinj i rt two bun In S; : I I % % %  But"MM :: %  I SO"" 5 .' v. • Row devel-Miltoi Bi pa and st last a feeling B tM lecture the audien .-r }"...Benrj ',-%  1 G I tl IhttwiM %  Carwa, broadca't-d fro* the a Opera Boa* la Sew ba Ike aaap and daacet V rk. During the Bralj A pleaaar.Mr. Poakkoff, Hebrew and 1 who attend. Parents and frier, iare writer, praised very highly the fine •d. work of Dr. Wolf son and asked the • • • andience to show their appreciation >.V.v OET A masigiach named ay tk* Rabat* r-Mdcnce at th* Acr. dM Passaolidaya, where a:: aai k I iweet milk and sour cream, sweet cream, eot •ag..sees* and otker dairy p will I* aaai in apecial container* wh..Ji .i BBl the signature of the :ra charge will be made for this serric* and all d a in these | men as soon • M: Fogg was the first dairy area to realise the nece*rrant Jwi tkaii Paaaoeat needs. • • • I'NVEILING TO RE HELD The unr-ne tombstone in in MrBather Feldiiii t.f Miami Beach will be held > afternoon. March 27th at the %  'ii of the Waodlawa etery at S : m.. with Rabbi M — ating. A.: h • tend. • a • GROIP LISTENS TO MESH AND I.E1TIRE •...: %  I i -A training* Dr. ^ p. aa.. tk* Groon %  a a a r M.\(.EMENT l> \N\"0l"XCED -ngagemcr.' •:' M -Est Mr Bam Bi : er. Mrs. Edith Burr. aik. The wedding will take pis.-e in May. DAIRY WILL Fl'RMSH PAMOVO. PRODI ITS Aeeot • g to an ani %  r. peek | Mi E • Pan. J r_ pi 0 8 i %  1 It Mil Beach, all of th iairj K -.-• • tf rer dairy piodaeu wiil be able to obtain them atari this In charge with all ritual •s are Rav II %  %  Mra Beth J Congregation A K %  • M .by subscribing a hundred dollars to -b. Jewiah National Fund and in. iir Wolf son in the Golden Book. The n -;-:.-• ami Inatnnteoua. -ing in from all sides. Th-audience also contributed about 150.00 to build additional benches to nodate the many new people -me every Saturday to the r.gs. Seal Saturday a f ternoon • Group %  meet again "U the [ 1009 i as A 1 >-. w ifgoi will ni J. a of 1 --•'"• 9 n aa'i V %  v %  | :' •%  %  .• \\ Bosses from Burdine' Direct to Track, 10c Only 3 Milea From Downtown Miami LOCAL DAIRY ANNOl NCES PASSOVBB PRODICTS Ausual, the Miami Home Milk Prwiu ation will p numerous J.wii. %  j--..m*rs with tke fi: tty Kosher Pa dairy products. Rabbis Abraham A. KeUner of the Miami Jew;>h •> : %  %  ->gation and Rabbi M Ef of Beth Jacx'b Congregate in full charge to assure that j erery requirement of Jewish law^ :rj j connection with Passorer is tboroash%  erred. A Baakgiaefe n.imed by j the Rabbis w.i: Iriet iuring th%  -. -r week. The Miami Hoi Milk Pridur-er"s Asociation ithi are So extra the %  %  :.-wi. Milk, cream. n butter and sour cream a ill r label* bearing tne signatures of botn Rabbi* a a a ANNUAL REINTOX TO BE HELD Th>annual reunion to which former campti era and those interested in thf.imniWobelo for girls, operated and ed by Mrs. Bertha Berkoa 1 in the Blue Ri.lt* Mountain! will be • narrow. S itnrd % %  M at th Lilelman, Mr-. Anna I • M:-. J. S • M VI II : %  EMM HULL TO BE PRESENTED Pereta Hirsbbc • i f-.lk elaaa trill bv presented in itnorie when "On n Fields' a 5 • • will • • \i; • %  .-• ;it the Ciurma Casino for ticree days begini %  % %  %  : %  Mai 29th. Artistically portrayed, photographical c. .oni c-f th. FRIDAY, MABCH 28, 1938 %  %  jiifturizatious of Jewish life erer presented on the screen. Portraying the innate respect and love of Torah that the simple Yesbuvnick or farmer always bore throughout his daily toil and life, the picture shows -livings of the simple farm, r folk and the love f'.r scholarly attainntenta. The snuggle of the Ye-l, %  ...Inn. the Talmudic student, for : t return to mother earth, his longing to combine the Talmudical precept of working, of toiling for his daily Jiving with Ml duty to his God in learnTorah. is vividly contrasted with the life of the fanner. "Green Fields" is the first Yiddish film m.i • ii, the ("nited States, it has English titl-and has been highly praised bj critics and such famous actors as Paul ili.ni. LEAVES ON TENNIS TOI/R BernJa Frank, son of Mr. and Mr-. M. B. Frank, prominent in the communal lif.of Miami Beach, left th.• in last Monday on a trtiaaoiulnii tal tOVf with the Lniversity of Miami I Team of which he is a player. Ha will l|one twenty-five day.. I'ernie is one "f the star players an •• in many athlttic circles !••in a player on the Y. M. H. A. ba-ketball and diamond ball teams. • • UN U B'RITH MEETING ATTENDED BY MANY Bereral hundred members of the 1 <:il B'nal Krnh Lxige attended the si.cnil meeting for the month %  •;" March at the Fleetw I Hotel, Miami Beach, last Tuesday night. The meeting wai arranged by Leo Ei->-si.-in. chairman of the eiitertainmen; committee. The chief address of the i n^ was delivered by Judge I>. .1 Heffernan of the I'ivil Court of R< of ] lade County who urged the necessitj ..f a knowledge of the I'nited States Constitution ns a aafeguard against the propaganda of [ami and isi. in this country. Others who spoke wi.' Marx Peinberg, E. AI I'allot and Harry /.inkeriiick. Vocal selectl iwere rendered by Matt W K who sang several Jewish. seli-ctions and played -viral numbers • •ii the a. 11.nil.ni and l.v Harvey Bell who received l tremendous ovation fur his rendition of several numbers. Two profeaaional boxing bouts then wed thr.nigli the courtesy of thi' Miami Beach Boxing Club. Th (were refereed bj Lew Welch, a m*mof the Boxing Commission of M imi Beach. Refreshments' were following the program. Durdine's MIAMI •• MIAMI BEACH —+ 4 00 %  Pair 3Pr.2.85 ILLUSION HOSE U/EHFLflCLER KEnnEL CLUB wlhufltn. at. 37tk. Ore M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Suppliea and Furniture Desks. Chaira, Filea. Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES *'. N C. Fi'st St. Ph. 2s1 VAN RAALTE'S illusion will stand up itordily for •v.iay ,ar. This ln,„„i,„l quality 4-.hr,„l BM th. heavy ;i ll.s,lk foot and important • J" -tand rx„,, we .r. K,,or, color., •• 8. Patent Ol MIAMI STORE. THIRD FLOOR



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FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wJewisti Floriidiii&ri PUBLISHED BVERT FKIDAY P. O. Box tnt PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue Phonee 2-1141; 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRF.D K. SHOCHET, Circulation Hana*r aa aacond clan %  rur July 4. 19S0. at the Peat Offira at Miami. Florid under th Act of Much S. Ml*. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Ropraavnlativt WEST PAl.M BEACH MRS M. SCHREBN1CK Repraacof-.tiva ORLANDO DORIS 8. HELLER Hapranrntaliva TAMPA MRS. JAT MARKOWITZ SUBSCRIPTION BU Month. Om. Yoar 11 04 tt M FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1938 VOLUME 11— NUMBER 12 miumL TloieA, OUR DUTY AS CITIZENS So much has been said that we thought it quite unnecessary j to rppeat. Yet when we find that the registration of Jewish citizens of Dade County have be.'in quite negligible in comparison to their number we cannot but help stand aghast. We wonder if these complaisant Jews have been blind to the news that is flashed at them in big headlines every day from Germany, from Roumania, from Austria and other European countries, "Citizenship rights taken from Jews." The world reads this news and is shocked a nd yet, we in Dade County with none to even contemplate such horrible action, deprive ourselves of the most important rights that citizenship confers upon us. What avail us all our citizenship in these United States if we cast the most important one, that of voting, aside. God forbid that the time ever come to this country when the rights of Jews to ber citizens ever be questioned. shall we bring this about ourselves by standing idly by? Shall it be raid of the Jews that he scorned his privileges, and shunned his duties T here are no poll taxes to be paid, there is no excuse that any rational man can raise these days i t's a simple matter to go to your own polling place and there register. The mere fact that you voted last year or two years ago nitons nothing. There is a complete NEW registration this year. Everyone must re-register. We believ it to be the duty of every qualified citizen to go and REGISTER IMMEDIATELY. We believe it the duty of every Rabbi, to direct the attention of their members or their respective congregants to this duty as American citizens Let's not delay any further. Let all of us exercise this valuable perogative. Let's all register immediately. Jerusalem Stirred By Swastika Over King David Hotel FREUD NEUMANN MAY SETTLE IN PALESTINE Jerusalem (WXS l'nlcor Agency I —Indignation was widespread among Jiws uiid liberala becauae the swastika, bated symbol of Hitlor, bad flown nvcr tbe Kin* David Hotel tor the firsi time since the Nails came into power in (iennany. The offending banner was raised in hi nor of n party of (Sermiin tourists Including Oscar Ilindenburg, son of the late President of (Jermany. The MM itment was intensified because the luiurious hotel is owned ninety percent by Jewish capital. Jerusalem .WXS Palcor Agency)— The possibility that Professor Sigiiiiiiietroit (WXS)— Because she does not approve "of what the Nazis are doing to culture" in Austria. Lily Pons. French Metroplitan Opera soprano, has cancelled her scheduled April appearance in Vienna. "There will be no more fine music in Vienna in a short time." she said. "The symphony orchestra and the opera company are being put under Nazi control, which in my mind, will very soon Completely ruin them. I am not in sympathy with such tactics." CATHOLICS SEND SYMPATHY TO JEWS OF AUSTRIA Vienna (WNS)— The only bright spot for Jews on the dark Austrian horizon are the numerous manifesta tions of sympathy by Austrian Catholics. Jewish leaders are receiving hundreds of anonymous typewritten notes henring the simple words. : "from Catholics as an expression of sympathy to the persecuted Jews." Some Jews also re|iorted seeing aristocratic Catholic women seeping silently at the sight of Xar.i storm troupers bounding Jews in the street! and forcing them to scrub out Schusehnisg slogans in the streets. By HARRY SCHWARTZ Spring is here; and another diamond! nil Reason is wiih us. Contin uing its happy faculty of producing winning athletic teams, this year's aggregation bids well to set up one if the beat dianiondbsll recordi t" %  late. The initial practice session will take place this Sunday at Flam ingu Park, starting at 2:00 p. m.. with Nnt Blumberg in charge. Indications point to a succeaaful year with the following players of isst year'* Civic league runersup returning. Co captains l>avis Lackawita and Prank Rose, Nat Blumberg, Normy Thaler A InWilier. (Jeorge Reicbgott, Sammy Temliii-li. Bernie Frank. Leo I.ipowsky, Murray Slante'.l, Al Reisman. Harry Gordon, Allie Berkowlts, Ralph Grossman and possibly the return of I l.v Sinks. With former inniuigerMax poldstein and Aaron WeinkU tied up with btudneM the I I foi ii new manager is evident. if you like tliamondball here's your opportunity of displaying your ability Besldea we need new life in the line up. —Y— HKRKS AI.VIN (iROSSMAN'S BIOGRAPHY Next on the list of charter members ns be brought to your Bttentiflb is mSQUCStionably one of the finest hoyi ever tO come into the "V" fold Alvin was boiti 'J.~ years ago in New York City and attended the public .•mil high schools there. In lll'J'i A! vin migrated to Miami. Florida, with his family. He played a major par in the Upbuilding of the Junior \> vision of the Y. M. II. A. which to day is the largest Junior group in this urea. In IMS the presidency oi the Y. M. II. A. was placed ill tin capable bands of Al t pray for iitv for the .lows so oAtTncigfd— I do not cry for Gixl to end the long dark Jewish night. But T do ask that flod mav cleanse the Wpnrtg And minds of those who stoop to persecute a racej That He may (rive them tolerance and something that's akin To Jewish faith and hope and trust and love and grace.



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FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE FEATURETTES THE WORLD'S WINDOW -By LUDWIG LEWISOHN ANGLOPLAYS After n breathing Spell of faint hope conies tin' sudden blow. Tin' Nazi had stamps upon Austria. Ami it docs so with melodramatic swiftneat ami bruiiiliiy because Berlin foresaw tbat a plebiscite of IB* Austrian people woulil lie strongly untiUermaa ami ami-Nazi. No one who has known Austria at all well is astonished at tbat fact. And now tin Western Democracies lane protests to Berlin. Protests It is today ami not iu 1014 tbat an outlaw is running amok in Kurope—one wbo deliberately and consciously tramples under foot all tbat has long been known acivtftmttoa in the West. I dare to predict, with tragedy ami terror in my heart, that war will come, must tome and tliat neither isolationist daviees or sentiment (wbieb us elitiunlit 1 share I nor attempts at economic self-sufficinguess will in tin' long run keep our eouutry out of thai ultimate war. I'tidcr these circumstances progressives deplore the Moscow trials coming at this moment. Moderately intelligent progressives, like the editors of the Nation do so, supremely intelligent progressives, like Mr. llayim Greenberg and his colleagues on the j Jewish frontier do so too. I am j amazed it the illusions which tliev are still capable of harboring. Tbut fine and accurate thinker Mr. Greenberg above all must know that nolb| ing but evil cun come of evil, tbat dictatorship and enslavement and the servile state under whatever name or slogan can. from the very central na[ tare of the ethical life, breed nothing but destruction and lead t<> nothing but chaos and that the alternatives ..;' history are limply and starkly these: either the democracies of tin| West will go under and the year 2000 will rival in darkness and barbarism the year KHM) or else they will win of their own might alone ami any ul] liance with any servile stale will !"' n hindrance and a source of weakness, Let us go farther. Lei us especially a^ Jews go farther. As is well known 1 am not a Communist. 1 do not believe that even a modicum of the World's evils could !>•' remedied by establishing %  completely egalitariun order, i d t believe thai equality exists either In the order of nature nor in lb 'der of human civilization. Hut if I were a Communist, and the ideal us such is mi intelligible one. I would be the lirsl one to hasten lo disassociate myself from any alliance with or pad with or moral affiliation with t IKStalinist dictatorship which now exists in the Soviet Onion. And the desperate trouble is thai the Communist I'arty is "lodged apparently re adherence to Moscow, to this MOSCOW, to ibis repetition of the reign of Ivan the Terrible, to this Monty and horror-inspiring servile state. And that is why. to come (0 a pro vincial but Immensely important issue, it was such a desperate error on the part of Borough President Stanley If. Isaacs to appoint Mr. Si II W. Oerson. a member of the Communist Party to a position on his staff. Doubtless Mr. Oerson is %  perfectly and efficient man. It is Imc also that the Communist Tarty is a legal party iu the United States and hence Mr. Isaacs, as he should have f">" seen, has forced Governor Lehman, a an unswervingly loyal American Dcm ocrat. to uphold him. Logically the breeds eounter-|H.isoii and that whether a man is poisoned by potion one or potion two is of little moment wh. n the man is dead. Those whose fury was aroused by Mr. Isaacs' sppoii I case is water-tight enough. Practically and ethically the whole t'.i %  % %  r was foolish and dang) i"Us to MI in tolerable degree. it ipart of the necessary policy ami ideal of democracy to tolerate • n ways of political thinking and there fore all parlies arising among iis citizens. No nation. OB the other band. has ever in practice blandly tolerated attempts st its overthrow diet He I from a foreign center. No wonder that Mr. Karl Browder ..roars softly as a sucking dove.'" Would not .1w be the first ones to protest if -i National-Socialist Party recruited from German-Americans, even though led by descendants of the Puritans who were constituted and dci-lur-.l legal': In other words, a good and liinniu mail will tolerate among his tri.i daud ill his home men! of all faiths. races, origins. Can he be expected to entertain, however, quite the saux feelings toward those whose avow. I purpose it is to liquidate him and his family, to deprive him of that broad which he now breaks with them and to set his house on fire? Mr. Isaacmay well have remembered that Infore, as a Jew and an American, he implicated himself and his colleagues and his people in this fateful and ii"t easily soluble roil of problems. He should remember and all Jews shoiibl remember furthermore that the peculiar psychological character of th" politics of this age is that poison (Contirriied on Page Nine) Today the National Service Burean a division -f the Federal Theatn of the Works Progress Ad ministration, announced publication nf Anglo-Jewish Plays," a compilation ef dramatic works represci '• %  n| the highest standard* In stags literature. This list „f plays is unique in that it is the fir-* attempt ever made to record, in Yiddish and material from Jewish an I Anglo-Jewish diama for 'he pu of developing a modem Yiddish theatrical library. "Anglo-Jew isli Plays," prepared by research workers anil trnnelct-m ll ib. N-iti Service ->.• % %  i Burv ',.. eo. I-..-ion with leading playwrights and publishers, contains titlea, synopses and analyses of twnety five dramatic works. There is alsi detailed information of especial interest to dlreetora. Many of the titles are of plays which have enjoyed either largely or moderately sucecsful productions Several of extraordinary merit have not yet been staged. Their range a> regards emotional appeal and subject I matter bus been phmne.i to meet widely divergent needs and views. This list presents plays that run the gamut from ga.v buffoonery and rolickilUK travesty to stirring suspense biting rnaliam and allegorical fanta-y. Theniatically it offers varied material stub as the Comedy of Jew is.ii life in the small towns nf the (I'd World. Anglo-Jewish life iu metropolitan centers, the conflict between liberalism and reaction, problems confronting depression-shocked Americans, condemnation of sweatshop con(Continued on Page 7) STR1GTLY CONFIOENTIAL Tidbits From Everywhere ON TUB Bl.l K DANUBE Major Kcv. Austrian anti S who committed suicide after kilbng son and wife did so because Mrs. Key wa sol' Jewish origin and tubjc t to Nazi indignities. The real r.v.-o.i for the ariesi of Prof. Beinrich Seumaun, world-famous eye .ear. nose and throat specialist, was Nasla, anger at him for his refusal two yenrs ago to operate on Hitler's throat lent the a i emtiou fail ami German Jews be held t.. blame. S too bad Prafaaaor Freud hasn't been told that Auatria I,..| Nazi. The father uf p yoh.niaua vsis would h. ve a perfect example of the truth uf his ih on.nl in inferiority complei in the characte rot Hitler. It's almost unbelievable, hut in proclaiming the annexation of Austria Hitler shrieked that %  only a madman could believe that oppression and terror could permanent t> rob the people of their love tor their ii.ridiiaiy nationality" and exclaimed "I hope all nations rccoguiz from What happened here the folly of oppressing their national minorities," I A men, Adolf V Yondei whether Austria will taboo the new five-suit bridge game because it was invented by a Viennese. Jewish scientist. Dr. Mun-ulin, and its rubs wcr drafted by Dr. Paul Stem of the Austrian champion bridge team Ab nt sixty years ego, by the Bray. I'ncle Sam got lough with Austria because she refused to accept as I American minister a man who had a Jewish wife \fter some note' writing the minister was %  pled. l .— A. %  \ 1 JEWISITLEADERS GATHER TO DISCUSS A CHILDREN'S MAGAZDNE Members of the Union of American Hebrew C ngregatior "s committee en Young Israel, popular national children's magazine, are picturjd above as they gathered at the national headquarters of the Union in Cincinnati to discuss the future of the publication. Many projects to delight American Jewish youngsters %  *) in store, they hinted. At top, left to right, are Dr. Solomon B. Freehoff of Pittsburgh; Rabbi George Zepin of Cincinnati, secretary of the Union; Rabbi Solomon N. Sazell of LouisviUe; and Dr. Emanuel Gamoran of Cincinnati, educational director of the Union. Dr. Vctor E. Reichert of Cincinnati,, chairman of the committee, is at left in the lowef picture, with Elra Weihl of New York, editor of Toting Israel; Rabbi B. Benedict Glazer of New York City; and Rabbi Leon Framof Detroit Lota of prominent Jewish doctors in vnricins parts of the world who ho'.d egress from Vienna medical Institutions will probably have them cancelled it the Nazi,!„ in Austria what they ilid in Germany, ON TIIK IIOMK FIELD The biggest gathering of anti-Semitic big-wigs in this country is achedule.l for Washington on August 15th, when German-American Bund holds its national convention there, ... Kinsi iPuts!I Hanfataengt, former Hitler stoogi is now In 'his country under an assumed name. The Nazi organising campaign is continuing. despite the so-called "orders"' from Berlin N ew anita have just been formed in Boston, Akron. Brie, Rochester and Buffalo A nd new camp is being established outside nl Memphis, Tenn. Did our eyes deceive us. or did the United Press r.ally run an ml foroopy boys in Kditor and Publisher, newapaperdom'a trade w.ekly. which said "Christians only" me,| apply! Sow that fuels Sam's agenis are on the trail of Nn/i spies those American ••patristic" racketeering outfits which have been ill cahoots with the Nazis in their Jew-baiting find themselves plotting against America A mong the letters of protest received by Stanley Isaacs for appointing a Communist to office was one from the Ku Klux Klan. printed in red ink. Landlords of the swanky apartment houses in the vicinity of Yorkville. Na/i stamping ground in New York are pressing for legislation to curb the Nasis. Bat not beeanee they object to the Nazis. The landlords are worried because some of their higher-paying tenants are not renewing leases because nf the swaa tilta atiisauce in their from yard. That Jewish organization that protested the appointment of Major Radii Irimeseii as Roumanian minister to the I'nited Ptates because he had been a member nf the Goga i abinet could have harm I all about Irimescll from a ei tain Jewish member of the 8ti %  k Exchange who was once identified that Jewish organisation. ... I .•sen and the Jewish broker are l. 1 s. Clap hands for 1 'I'. Morris I. Hershman of Chicago, wit prescription blanks instruct pharmacists not lo fill his prescriptions with Nar.imade drugs. The Philadelphia Manufacturers and Rankers Plnh was the seenc of a confidential meeting at which the Rev. (braid K Smith. Fascist organiaer, harrangued n couple of hundred people. FOREIGN FLASHES Lord Halifax. England's proNazi Foreign Secretary, has some important Jewish lamlsleit. His Ion recently married Ruth Primrose, who is the granddaughter of Hannah Rothschild, daughter of the founder of the English Rothschild family. %  Young Halifax's father-in-law met bis death on a Palestine battlefield during the world war. Scholars are flocking to the German village of Kon< iiersreuth to study the strange rasa of Theresa Neumann. %  Christian woman who lanaaa Into a tram very Thursday at midnight and while in this state speaks fluently ill Ai.imiae, a long dead language of ancient Palestine, and also in Latin and Hebrew. although in her normal state she [a II'I-TII ignorant of these tongues. Palestine has a musical child prodigy. .... Her inline is Kiln Goldstein, ami the way she tickles the ivories is said to be Sensational for an elevenyear-old. Palestine's new High Commissioner, Sir Harold MacMi.h ael, bi an the nickname "Mukroek." (Continued on Page Nine) ^



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PAGE in THZ .TTJE r-CiZZU3 TODAY, MARCH 25. 1?38 i • MEW INDUSTRY COMES TO MIAMI %  T %  %  %  %  %  • I I %  farr -.' •-.. SOCIETY /.f.lU FOR eXT KHUK D %  I I • • / \ M.M TOrVK M-I %  %  -. i>i i a •aw aV aMBrtqaare-t a • %  %  %  i %  | .. T -.——•: v ; •pea*--*. M -v lip.-' i 3 I ; %  • • ff.l f.fc\T • -f.O %  •JXGREGATIOX BETH JACOB j ? li :-^-, : AT::* '-.-.i Third Street, Miami Beach mmma aomuo** '%  %  vl 8 E a MAM CKM C — f r I no 11 s Li' II %  MM if.Ti r*rari %  %  • • • lABaMTB nu TO BE MMEKVED %  %  ..... ,. ek at the 1 ••I M v.. j %  -t ENJOY A COMPLETE PAS80VER HOLIDAY HOTEL EVANS SUGAR Z-:A2EIiS S7??EEE?.S %  cad :'.-'frt* zrs.'i.-.: OTTO CISSY All a :•%  K Mb Bn 25c T-e.. Wed ard Than March 29. 30 and 31 Peretz Hirschbein'i clanic "Green Fields" 'Yiddish D:alogae English Title*) PAUL MUNI 8AYS: "Great! Great!" IX( EST • %  WUUUM -' HOOL %  %  • J.-WH \BANOTII %  : %  f giilt • ]J r„ I.",. ,:,.:• r •! %  • *parakip I Mia Malrina Wi %  Mn M. Meacaelnff, pn ent Pur' l %  I •. They i %  • %  : I laylt and da a • After Ux H BBBREH M m>oi. r \ IMiT UWIKNT I %  iy aftera beard cmr • i r Hi MY1 M ll\TOR\H | T • iatfl | %  I M.ih T • %  ..I: I A •" A v •/ TV r %  • %  i %  •. i • ---.. A K I I :' E it ] lu -. K W • I -: al. i Mr. .' -hour. I:-. I HMOF5 GB6TPS Boy Scout* My at 8 Tuesdays. Girl Bo •< at 7:00 p. m.. u 1 %  Bg J : l-a Thor-day night*. Juni C Bgngjataaa Saturday morning* at !>:'>. Tount Maa %  ran Si] nl?-. i i a a. Ij-r two ar rappl • : with rvfr'ihaent* and breakfa-t af**r mntm, WARNING V • _. j a .; duct adrerticed a K-:-br for Pa-• -. B-f.,r^ ;.;rrha.' r : •' -• %  SKV I FIALKOW TODAY APEIL 16 I %  %  %  %  '• %  I i I %  SATURDAY. APEIL 16 I PHONE B4 HOTEL EVANS Oo -.-•: :'.th St MIAMI BEACH HOTEL EVANS MIAMI BEACH RITTER'S HOTEL LA FLORA HOTEL COLLINS AVE AT THIRTEENTH %  • %  %  '! ( o ndncted CANTOR ISIDOR ERAVERMAN Cl.' i.M. PA8 OVER DKLff A( IEfl SERVED KKKERVATIONfi LIMITED r>n i; SPECIAL LOW RATES FOR PASSOVER FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 5 3671 DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OB8ERVED VOr MAY ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS DAIRY PRODUCTS Strictly Kosher for Passover Under the Supervision of RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF o f Beth Jacob Congregation Miami Beach RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLXER GBADF "V' h '\nT^ Je ^\\? f r ^ 0X Co ^egation UKAUE \ MILK—SWEET BUTTER-SWEET CREAM SOUR CREAM-COTTAGE CHEESE AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICE NOTIFY OUR ROUTE MAN OR PHONE US vWVI M MIAMI BbACHFLA PHONE 5-5537



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FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 3Ut St.—2-9548 MIAMI her or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning. ontult with them on matters concerning the Jewish comnntv or your personal problems. You will be assured aympa' and a.lvice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held in .nfid'ence. FRIDAY NIGHT — MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS — PAY NO VISITSGIVE NO PARTIES — GO TO TEMPLE RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN..Ph.D. 69S6 Albacor Drive—6-1265 MIAMI BEACH •^ main.ler ..f the program and th. J bund*, parents and friend* of memj tier* ar•••inllal y invited to be | I • I at this meeting. Final plans for bunco t 'I card party widen JOB J k i> baring en W< rening. M ': Hotel I' • M i %  • K j arty. Miss I! I M k, I %  %  April lOth tah nc i : fane f 1 red for M -Mai k • nation. CONGREGATIONAL concept "f theol *j i n the Jewish hoot orer W'liin B | :; : :;i .,. m The I Friday evening at the services remple larael, Dr. Jacob 11. Kapbje will be "The Meaaianic Idei Ian will apeak on %  thoufht-ptoroltiBi and the Meaaianic Bra." In bis %  ennon entitled, "Why These radio programi are pri • Qod Do Something?" hj the Rabbioica] Aaaoeiation w Services will be conducted bj Rabbi Greater Miami every Sun lay afterColumn A. Zwitman. noun at '!:.'! WIOD. For an Intellectually proftPROMINENT WORKER is NAMED HEAD OF ELKS WilH li adei \l..i :.. j ... Ji -A .! trt w.ienow n Exa Rub r of tii • Miami I. Igi of F.!k* last are* k and i* the Kcm elected niuptl] every Friday evening at p, in., and are followed by %  r to members and guests "f the ration, given by the Biaterhool. able afternoon liaten in to the various Rabbia each Sunday on 'hi* program. VAHKZK1TS PI RIM PARTY The lahraeita of the following aril hi mmemorated at thii Priday even,-li the Purim ealebratlon haa ing aervice: ady paaaed, the Rabbia of Temple Mr*. Mary Turk, slater of Jack i and the Board nf Directors I Bernatein; Harold Pearlman, fa'h ibis public means ofthanking the of Jules Pearlman; David Brown, .,i, | committee composed of I father of Mrs. William Chlfelder; Benjamin D. Adler, brother of Sol Henry Adler. BOAT RIDK lira, Hairy Rubin, chairman of the Scholarship and Dormitory Fund tor the Sisterhood, announces that there are several more reservations to be bad for the cruise to be given th s Sunday afternoon. Mareli '^"th. An especially chartered boat will take phcre wire enjoyed by both young and I the members of the Sisterhood and old. .their friends to variou* -put* of inThose who participated in the interest in this urea. The boat wi'l formal program with leadings, recitaleave the Floridian dock. Fifth Street %  DBS and musical numbers were 1( „d Alton Road, Miami Reach, at I'roffeaaor Portnoff, June Levy. R:i-|4 : (N) |>. in., ami will return at 6:00 kette Wolfe. Barbara Meyer. Ruth Wolkowaky, Charles Goldstein, Joyce Mrs. Mortis riant. Mr*. Harry Ncv-. Mrs, Gordon Davis, lira. Prank Pnrlman and Mr*. Jacob H. Kaplan for their very .capable management and arrangements for the delicious Purim supper, which was served to all those present. An Informal Purim spirit prevailed during the Sunday afternoon celebration at the Temple, and Ihe entertainmenl. costumes and jovial atmo*CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES who will be featured at a concert at Beth Jacob Congregation. Sunday to bead thia large fraternal body. Mr. Sliaync. who has been a resilient of Miami for the past sixteen years. Refreshments were provided by Mi*. Taking part In the musical program were Canton Nathan Wroobel, Bereft. Retainer and Alea. Drucker. Ar riving in Miami for tin* event weie Mr. and Mr*. J. D. London and fan ily of Detroit Mr. I. .1. London of 1 > %  troit, a grandson, Theodore of Detroit All members and friends are >*>rdialls invited to attend. Pearlman, Isidore Margoli*. Joy Sinionhoff, Rosemond Rubin. Louis Wolf-HI II, Elaine Blmonhoff, Billy Cohen Wallace Biachof, I.ois Xcvin*. Marjorie Herman. Carol AronovitS, Sybil I'owen, Joan Raff. Phyllis Wilhelm, Dickie Keldmnn. Jane Liobling, Mar jorie Fisher. Lawrence Levin, Doro• > Goldstein, Germaine Bonn and many other children. RADIO PROGRAM Thi* Sunday afternoon. March 27, Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan and Rabbi Co'man A. Zwitman will again pre-eni a discussion of an iinimrtant Jewish p. in. Reservations at $1.00 per person may be made with Mr*. Harry Rubin or the Temple office, phone 2.TT4B. Mr. Henry Morg.nlhau. Jr.. Secretary "f the Treasury of the United States, lias written to many of the congregations in America, urging ih.in to Inveal In United States Savings Honda. Just a* it was patriotic during the World War to secure Liberty Bonds, so i* a present investment in government bonds an act of loy.ilt ami patriotism. Write direct to the Treasurer of the United Statea for further information. PASSOVER CUSTOMS (Continued from Page Five) ditions and child labor, race prejudice among small town resident* and the atrocities of NatJam. Among the playwrights whose wo kare Hated are Valentine Katev Sholem Al'icliem. Noah Klstein. Mary Sing. t. Peretl Hirshbein, Sh. Anaky, Lion Peuchtwanger, Louia Golding, Prederich Wolf and Ferdinand Bruckner. Selecdon of the plays was guided by consideration of their adaptability to different types of stages and budnet restrictions, items which are generally appreciated by amateur and little theatre groups in urban and agricultural areas. "Anglo-Jewish Plays" may be obtained from the National Service Bureau at twenty five cents per copy, payable in advance. This price covers the cost of production and is set to supply a large popular demand. DENTIST DR. R. S AKERS DR. R. WILLIAMSON DR. H. L. ANDERSON CLOSED SATfcRDAT Open Evenings by Appointment Ph. 2-2131 1764 N. W. 36th St. SOCIETY RBOITAL TO BK OIVBN Miss Shirley Levey, daughter of Mrs. Bertha Berkowich Levy, prominent communal worker, will be presented in a dramatic recital by the Dora Rosenhoitsc School of Hnimiit lc Art* on April 8rd. at the Blackstone Hotel at 8:80 ..clock. Miss Levy will be assisted by Bell Rippa, vocalist, and Hortense Heckwitt. pianist. Mis* l..vy"s selections will include "Bontsia Bhwaig" the Immortal talc by Juilah Leib Peretl and scene* from Funny Hursts "Hunioresque." The public is Invited to attend. No curds will be issued. TO BOLD MBETING The Sisterhood Cheseil Slid Kiiica will hold their regular meeting On Monday afternoon, March 28th at 2:00 p. m., at the eth David Talmud Torah. All members are urged be present as important businc** will be transacted. • • • JUNIOR HADASSAH TO PRESENT PROGRAM Rabbi Column A. Zwitman will be gnesl apaaker at the meeting of Junior Hadaaaah on Monday evening, March 28th at Beth David Talmud Torah at 8 : the three sou* of Mr*. London ami was greeted by the Knbbi who met the procession a* they neared the altar. The for in.il presentation was made b) Ernest Ixtndon, grandson of the donor. and the Scroll waa accepted formally by Mr. Harry Waserinan. president of the synagogue. The traditional ceremonies were observed a* letters were filled in by members of the congregation who donated sums to the synagogue tor the privilege. Rabbi Abraham A. Kcllner spoke during thi' evening. Anna London, the donor of the Sc fer Torah. and w.re served by a committee of hostesses consisting of Mr* B, 11. London, president of Beth Jacob Sisterhood. Mr*. J. D. Loudou. of Detroit, both dnughti-rs-in law •' the donor of the Scroll and Mr*. .1 Tobin and Mr*. Harry Wllenaky. • SENIOR HADASSAH URGES TREE PLANTING Trees are planted in Palestine n I only far comfort and beauty, but foi such utilitarian purposes as retain ing the rain water in their roots, hold ing precious soil in place and tent p. ;ing the heal of the hug summer, The Miami chapter of Senior Hada* sah would like to supplement its Jew i-h National Fund Quota, and also raise some money for the planting of trees in the "Roee Hell Jacobs' forest in Palestine. It i* therefor" -I .'ii-oi ing a card party at the Hole' Rlackstone, Miami Beach, Monday March 2Mb at 2.-00 o'clock. Otbei i aid games are being arranged in addition to bridge, and of course tl will Isdoor prises. Mr*. Harry Ru bin is the chairman ami i* being assisted by Mr*. Morris Plant. Mrs. Frank Corel. Mrs. Samuel Sim m hoff. Mr*. Harry Platoff. Mr* Jo* eph Williamson and Mr*. Joseph II. Coin n. FOB AN ENJOYABLE Passover Blake Four R servationa at JOE RUBIN Sea Breeze Hotel Second St. at Collins Ave. RES0NAABLE RATES FOR THE SADER Or for the Entire Week Camp Wohelo for Girls IKS mihs. from Washington. I). ('.: W miles from Baltimore. Md.; in the heart of the Blue Rider Mountains. NINTH SEASON OPENS JULY 1st information be pful to you and your daugl writ* or phonal Bertha B:-r kowich Levy OWNER and PIRECTOR ISM S. W. 18th Stre. I MIAMI. FLA Phone :t HI.-.' Can you afford to b* NERVOUS? Perhaps you could afford those attacks of Nerves if youwere the only one affected. Tense nerves make you a nui'sance to everyone with whom you come in contact. No one likes you when you are Jumpy, irritable and nervous. N DR.MILES'|T ERVIISlL DR. MILES NERVINE has been recognized as effective for more than 60 years by sufferers from Sleeplessness, Nervous Irritability, Nervous Headache. Nervous Indigestion. Travel Sickness. DR. MILES NERVINE is now available in the original llouid form and effervescent tablet form. You can get It at any drug store In 25 cent and $1.00 packages. IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM



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PAGE EIGHT JEWISH PLOPIDIAH FRIDAY. MARCH 25 :?3? %  •" I J* • 4 4~**aai r^iw In la lav —TV %  \MJIK HI atraaa Ba%  -eiKa %  II %  > %  % %  -v* Mse4> Vf. I %  %  • -.. %  %  %  %  i *OT0* %  IBM K0M1 > • • .!%  %  PASSOVER CUSTOMS A LICTICSARY OP PASSOVER TEEMS CUSTOM* AND PHRASES ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED E7 RARE! EMA-STZL L LIFSCHITZ — %  %  *TV • w 1 %  • I %  >— o wn M Hor> m to OKA • *a* V The eahrwen are -TV Tab-' tb D akaj %  BOG "i %  %  si al. It alko • 11 %  r. • • KOI K BajNS %  I KIOOl -H a a i ... T-H • art H KI I.O NOKH A ;; %  • %  H : N i •• •: i'hri. I.KWISf. ..... • l<-*n on a pillow 11 the left | I Tbia i a %  %  %  p .ld*r-." At i three kl ere wrapped in a l 7V three ehwi K .. .: •.-. %  T*mpl*. IBtJ • in the : "• and th* .' -.•:.r BM I M : • r %  r. %  "= of brad b*f..r lav*nmak* table. TV p-->r. bow% %  • m r -.•i not af-. a-* mat:.i l. known i %  i • %  ad of %  • %  : I "-1> ~.m. II 28 -4 Tin —. of M •iii. *a The position rj r.-.b-.l I af fn the sa:*ral kj H -'-• ;n".'an-were r.v*r permit"• Bol with • • ted nek huary." (Tbia ry, it irai %  ariac toward r* perhapa borrowed from th* Roman f d Jf b* -J •' banqaeta.'*) fnaaef meeki • .• I I an<; **k. •• %  be informi 1.E1. *H1MI RIM ,.r. the baking of BUI | "speed.' .•..• %  • T'. '" u > -i lot -'';•. al T'.< oigBl of '.,r..>. -hat m^morIti prvTcal feraieiiution. TTi perform t|. .i.;-.-'. %  '" %  •'' ;r r thw aUe nijbt in Kipy|it wh'-n th* jji r :the matzah for thr of '''" "' %  "' tin of Ood *'wat*hJ or*r" th,,.,., ,;. a a .-,.. believa that aaly th* nieh.f Pan I I • I'. %  ';" • n r ieoaaplrtrly fr<-* from on*. paaaM • vek of H \f) GAOTA •;.iritv' Aaaong the Caaeaaian Jewa, %  'i %  .\%  %  %  %  .f Pi rer apply i" them but wort i nerertheI' permitted. In Palestine, durlna • n.,iI, thousand! of Jewa -till MAKOT %  Ph iah and eople I rii<-Ba in !•• %  I to let the I 'l".,, %  Ited in the R • %  tiiln. awarmn of •e, l,il-. hail, loand ilaj ing of the %  %  MAROR "Bitter Herb*," reminiaeent of II ui life whieh the I%  I in Kgypl before redemption %  .'nil* to ill. I n MATZAH "I'nleavened bread." i. *.. made of dough that haa not fermented. The commandment ,Ex. 13:7) "I'nli eil bread -In. II ',. eaten throughoul the wren daya (of Paasorer.) ai'd %  hall not be wen any learemd bread. in thy bordera," followupon the narratire whieh iiiex%  mi. i Kx. li':.•;::-:: 11 "Ami the Kgyptiana were urgent upon the people, tO -• ml t III-III mil ,,f |||,. I.HI, I iii MATZAH SH Ml RAH • Botadji obaereed matxab.") Thi rery pioua ar not content with merely baking th* matzah in th* pri |ad mami*r. but Inaist oa having tingrain itwlf watched during hurt and milling that it be it .!:ir. or learened. Some compromiae I th* "Sii'inur.iii Matzah" least for tbi Seder night. MK( HIKAT HAMBTZ • %  s.-iinof leaven." The B injunction ithat "m. learen *h -•••ii or found in your i ing Paaaorer. To accept the i meaning ..f thin would imply thai oi %  m it ..f all lii< pastry, flour, >ugar, • •• fm that full week. Imaa %  havoc would incur to the i turer, wholesaler, or I. ••'.:. The R realizing that, reasoned that thiI !-• the interpretation n me. Said they: the verse pi ""'> Mich leaven .-i* N in "your (namely. Jewish I possession." Hence. if ii i wild t., a iJ.-nti'.-. i|„. probilil ••on in, longer obtains. This, then became the prevalent practise, though I with the utipulatini tacit tuality. That formality still • -I... *-p*eially among (J J. -. MOOT HITTIM il.it*rally. "wheat mon*> j. I'aaaorrr. it in obligat.. every J*w arbo can afford it • tribute moi.e) to a fniHl .,ut th and other Paajaofcr ae roi iaW for th* |*>-.r :.! known a M. .risinally each family 4 /..:h and all that a "wb*at." NISAN •ir-t month of tb* yeai th* Hibl*. in it | renth •, D .ir preaeat day calendar. orei extenda from tb* l.'ti, .[,„ __ i • .moMk. PKSACH Prom tha Hebrew n.t. n.. r.i-am," "t. spare." T | leaignatea both ti.* "pauachal and th* holiday — PaaaaWCr — :i that lamb was aatrlfli • eaued "pttaawrer" Dtemoration "f the final mir Egypt, wh*n th* angel of .1*:,.|, B every first-born among th.--• d over the Ii ... • %  ]-..: %  litea. PR8A4 HIM S I a Talmudic tr*ati. with law< of hametz. 'hpaschal lamb, work on p il iggadah. etc. PKSACH SHENI ond Peaaeb" also call-!'••ach Katan" lamall Paaaovi ng Temple daya, tha Paaaovi could b> off.-r*d only by who were ritually "clean." I ever, one were "unclean" I d a dead body. et.-.. | or from Jerusalem during the then he could bring h ml Passover" >2 th 14th "f Iyar I the following D It wa a apecial ixistponem%  an : gency caaea. SAMARITANS To tbia rery day th* Oamaiilam ia small handful of half-Jews in N i ilo-. formerlj Sbechem. PaJaatJael -'.ill aacrifice th* paacbal lamb a*ai dona m Temple time*. Tb.y a number of lambs and take th ML Gerizim itbeir TempliM 'I "-• a o offii iate are dress i in prii -• %  : t-. T.-nis are ; .ur Marred. At iun> place. Tb* la :. then roasted ia • re A abort service I A.-. proceeda to in great baste I %  Paaaorer i:* I Jewa "i uabed' "to Aft. i. ri,.bonea and assembled and I >wn ii nothing t "ii %  u i thua pre* i in the ISEDBR Lit. • %  ii-.i. i of service." It term u-.ii to di note thehome • %  n ihi and second nighta Passover. The Seder Service %  difficult tn describe, aince it iglonieriiii t many element-. Perhaps it in :,,|i bat very reason. impression upon understanding! that the Qentile I sell generation, and never fails t.. it icki after Pesaeh. Sin**, however, it i much i 'umbersome foi %  "** Jea i" perform auch transne tionn individually, the next step war power one person—usiiallj thi Rhbi to net R* ii U .,.„t f,„, M ,. ,,,,,. community. Then naturally nil the "hametz* 1 could not actually and %  be sold, ao it became what ia known as a "legal fiction," ih.it formulitj "in anirit" more tha I he Scdi i may be characterlxi •in.I haphazard tri|. tl Jewish history bj way of the I'-' ': %  111 icross lectl Jewish life. SHABB AT HA<0AD0L "TinGreat Sabbath.' Nann to the Sabbath preceding Pa* Numeroua explanation! arc givi the adjective "great:" 1. Beca the miracle apoken ..f in tinMl "Uppoaed to have taken place hiatoric Sabbath before the Exodua. 1 1 0th "f Xiaan.) A irding t" thai account the Rgyptlana found aelvea helpleaa t.. defend the "I • II dlety ..f theirs, from its sacrificial slaughtering by tha [araetitea; 2 B ennaa of tbia Sabbath these la %  ally a "great," i. a. "long" aervice in the aynagogne, owing to the special sermon or lecture of the rabbi dealing with laws of Paaover. 8. B %  %  • in the Haftorah for tha' 9a bath there is the vena "Mai. which apeaka of the great day af th* Lord : "Behold, I will send you I the prophet before the coming of th • Continued on Page Twelve)



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FRIDAY, MARCH 85, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAlf PAGE NINE T ORAYNOO "OUE L I G H T BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER. EDITOR CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA. RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP ;U2 HARWELL STREET ORLANDO, FLA. I Gran Darin. Muriel Ouirt Steinberg. I Leibman an4 i S-rvices at S:15 p. m. Sermon by Morris A. Stop—"How Jewish njs Influence Human Ctaaraci. >; i w I .IM CARNIVAL AND SEl'DAH _\. a fittiug climax to the week's • .< commemoratiug Purim was j jrim carnival held on Sunday. h 20th. The following were ;-d prizes for their costumes and :,. : Miriam Koitleman. Sheldon item, Bobby Gottlieb, Bill Florence Kottleman, Zeigler Roslyn Damus, Carol Jacob. .1 Colubers. Miriam Shapiro. The r.ity wishes to thank the teachi | The Religious School for their • operation and class work in ing the various beautiful Special thanks to Mr. Morri LaBellman for decoration and cosi Mrs. Bertie Weiner for her Sbu-:.an Village prize winning booth, Mr Naomi Berger for her Queen boith. Mr. Morris Haimowits • Mrs. Loujs Jacob. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS '!'• • Jewish community acknowledge \> lb thanks happy birthday contrifrom Mr. and Mrs. James J. | Oti-ville. Buck County, Penni. Miss Elaine Klepper, Mr. v Becker and Mi-s Roslyn I'ROFESSOR FEl'ERSTEIN I.ECTIRI.S lessor Richard Feuarstatn of liollini College will deliver two out-landing lectuns at the Adult Culture Series, sponsored by the Youth Forum of the congregation. PrOfeS sur Feuerslein's first lecture will be Sunday evening. April 3rd. on tae subject. "Spinoza—God Intoxicate 1 I Mind." His second lecture will b on Sunday. April 10th. at S KW p. a., on the "Baal Shem Tov—God Intoxicated Heart."' Professor Feuerstein is an outstanding student of literature and wii\ no doubt, present • brilliant analysis of these two personalities in Jewish history. The entire community is urged to set aside these two night* to hear Professor Feuerstein. Mr. E.i Haimowitz. scholarship pianist, will present some classical numbers aad Rabbi Morris A. Skop will deliver • resume of "Jews in World News." Admission to members of the congregation. •J.V : others. 35c. PASSOVER COMMrNITV SEDER The Ladies Auxiliary of the Congregation If preparing to sponsor a pub?ic community Seder on the Friday evening of Passover. Reservations can be made with Mrs. Ben Salomon president Of the Ladies Auxiliary. There will be a children"* Seder on the Sunday of Passover week. I'NITED JEWISH CAMPAIGN Under the direction of Uio local lodge of B'nai B'rith. the Orlaudo Jewish community will participate in the United Jewish Campaign. The hearts of all Jews have been deeply touched by the tragic plight Of tallow Jew* Throughout the world. The least thai tiny can do is offer some financial help to the starving children iii Poland and the German refugee children b-'iii;; saved from Germany an.I being taken to Palestine. Evciy Jewis urged to make his contribution by sending a check to the Synagogue ofHce for this purpose. Among the out-of-town gue>t* will attend the marriage of Mns Prrerzman and Ralph I.utxk SuxUy are: Mrs. B. Lutxk. MUs Mary Lutxk and Harry Lutxk. of Atlanta. Qa ; Harry and Herman LssrJafc, al I'.t ran. lia.. Harry Kupper. of Havana. San J. Lutxk. of Philadelphia : Mr and Mrs. Charles Peretxuian. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schwartz. Mr. and Mr*. Harry Cohen, Mrs. Sam Gershon. Mis* Rose and Janie Qershoa. all of Miami. Strictly Confidential SMOKE RINGS iCoatinued from Page FITTI given him by the natives of the Suian. While Paul Muni ..Vienna be earned the undying grati.:ute and ameaplaTed a • n k] -"aging a revivai of I %  ; %  laying the leading role and turning the ppoeeds over to the needy stage-fold T hat was m addition to a healthy cash contribution A nd some weeks befor-' iaaaakaj entri of Hitler, THIS AND THAT As a historian Dr. Salo Baron, the eminent authority on the Jewish past. -MM strange things, but we'd like H call his attention to a premature announcement of his own demise which ippean oa iace B8 of the tow to-called "Who'i Who la AiiH-rican Jewry". t>n thai paj* ap p ear! I line reading : "Baron. Sal \ A large attendance marked the fifth annual Purim ball given by thWomen's Auxiliary of Temp'..R doph Sholom Wednesday night at the Davis Islands Country Club. Mr-. A M. Wolfson was general eha I by Mrs. Morris Bennett, Mrs. I. Began, Mr.s Hack Patbaaa, lira. Milton Schwarti. Mrs. Mauriiv Stein. Mrs. Ben Brown. Mrs. Irvir, bury. Mrs. William WotfSoa, Mrs I Simovitx and Mrs. Fred Perlman. The ticket sales were in charge of Mrs. N. %  "<• IVoeased. See IMS edition." ten want their women T> be like ciga: Just so many, all slender and trim In a ease. Waiting la a row The selected, ><: aflame, al I When their flame has d irtM. More Fastidious M P i fat womt. puts, Itjsea are more exelusive. !.• %  •. better an.l lam longer: If the brand is good. Xfcaj aren't given away. I Men ttoai a Like pipes \ becooM more attached to tbeta they boCOBM '. W the flame is burnt out still look after them. Knoch them gently %  i But lovingly > And can for them always— No man shares his pipe. L, Marcus. Mrs. I. Wohl. Mrs. A. Berger and Mrs. Joseph Wohl. B. THE WORLD'S WINDOW MtUi'lim Tampa Notes \>r. and Mrs. L. S. Opi>enheimer Saturday for a week's visit in mery. Alabama, with their • r. Mrs. A. Haas. h Lutzk. whose marriage to M Koge Peretzmau. will take place y at the Tampa Terrace Hotel. nor guest nt a stag party given • Oolumbiu Restaurant. A gift resented to the honor guest. • present were M. J. Kasriel. Finmnn. Sam Verkauf. Milton Roger, Arnold Argintar. Earnest and Jack Morris. Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Rachelson and f'.n. Daniel, Jr., returned from a three month's stay in Nashville. Tenth, where Dr. Rachelson did postgraduata work. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Peckett lnst Sunday announced the engagement of i heir daughter, Denn, to Al Mensh. of New York and Fellsmere. Florida, -on of Mr. and Mrs. Max Mensh of Fellsmere. The wedding will take place in the near future. The brideelect is a native of this city and was graduated from Hillsborough High School and is an active member of the Tampa Chapter National Council of Jewish Juniors and Junior Ha'lassah. Mr. Mensh was born in Spencer. West Virginia, later coming lo live in Florida. Miss Rose Peretzman. bride-elect, was honor guest Sunday morning nt a breakfast at the Cricket Tea Room when Miss Deua Peckett, Miss Doris Magid and Miss Esther Jenkins entertained. A bridal motif of green and white was employed in the decorations nud a gift was presented to the honor guest. Intimate friends of the honor guest were invited. Mi (H8NE 3-4132 i UH KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th 8t. and Normal Ave CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked snd Smoked Meats NOW OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN ISLE Thrilling K^USA I*"" ^teresting SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE Alligator Wrestling Every Hour N. W. 25th Ave. and 16th St. IN THE TRADING POST Indian Dolls Baskets Moccasins Rugs Blankets Alligator Bags — Sliver Work OPEN TO VISITORS 9:00 A. M -6 P. M. Something Interesting to See All the Time 25C Admission Includes Everything MORE m YouRMpm 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 CHICAGO $28IN COMFORTABLE AIR-CONDITIONED COACHES on the luxurious H!0ft JM loftTfiMi um DRDE FEDERAL 5Rvmcs nno Lonn nssocmnon OF mm mi • 61^,109 N.E.Scondflv.. J. M. LIPTON, President %  FLORIDA SUNBEAM" L— .. i Sawpa *Mj M io to r. M. a* ck.ii......... ChiS—I. Chk*, Drait ui ii*.i. Low one-war Coach Fares from Tampa to the MId-weet ATLANTA $14.15 CHATTANOOGA KM CINCINNATI $.7ft CLBVBLAND $38.80 COM MBl'S $38,011 DAYTON *•• DETROIT $34.8rt INIHANAI'OI.18 $25.48 Pillows for line in coerhes—25c You ran deep reitfullr in airconditioned coaches to Chicago, crrr TICKET OFFICE 11 ill-li.M-.. Hotel, Tampa, Phone 8126 | I H. 1> YI 11. A. G. P. A. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM u .L



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The Jewish Floridian
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 25, 1938

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 11.NUMBER 12
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1938
PRICE FIVE CENTS
LOUIS PEKARSKY,
/II1S WRITER
pusses \m
Loi Angeles (WNS) Louis Pe-
karsky. for the past four years Holly-
wood and Los Angeles correspondent
of the Seven Arts' Feature Syndicate
and Worldwide News Service and ed-
itor of the popular .weekly column,
"Lights of Shadowlnnd," which had
appeared in more than 40 Jewish
weeklies nffiliated with Seven Arts,
karsky had heen ill for more than
two years. Last year his health be-
came so bad he had to take a leave of
absence from the B'nai B'rith Messen-
ger, of which he had been managing
editor.
A native of New York, he had been
Identified with many papers in up-
state New York, among them the
Rochester Herald, Rochester Demo-
crat and Chronicle, Syracuse Post-
Standard and Adirondack Daily En-
terprise at Lake l'lacid. In 1083 ha
represented the Associated Press at
Lake Placid and also served as cor-
respondent for the Jewish Telegraph-
ic Agency. From 11)32 to 1!>33 he
Wat" &m editor at the Rochester
Jewish Ledger and Its affiliated week-
lies in six cities. Pekarsky came to
Los Angeles in 11133 as managing edi-
tor of the B'nai B'rith Messenger. A
year later he became nationally
known as motion picture editor of the
Seven Arts Feature Syndicate in
which capacity he wrote a widely-
read column. Many of filmdom's
greatest names, both in production
and acting, were numbered among his
friends.
Widely known in Southern Califor-
nia Jewish Circles, he had a large
circle of friends here and in Roches-
ter. He was a charter member and
Y., Club of Southern California. He
is survived by his widow, the former
first president of the Rochester, N.
Florence Alexander of Rochester, and
four brothers. Harry, Maurice and
Hyram, of Rochester, aud Paul of
Syracuse.
MEMORIAL
TABLET TO BE
DEDICATED
URGES ADVISORY COUNCILS
FOR ALL JEWISH GROUPS
New York (WNS)Pointing out
that over 50,000 Jewish college youths
go through their entire four course
without any Jewish activity and
thereby constitute a "lost legion" to
American Jewish life. Rabbi Elias
Charry of Indianapolis, writing in
the March issue of the Jewish Youth
Journal proposes as a solution that
some existing national organization
undertake to set up an advisory coun-
cil for each college group having no
permanent Jewish college director.
The council, he suggests, should be
made up of the nearest rabbis, direc-
tors of education and executives of
Jewish community centers. This
council, Rabbi Charry says, acting
with representative students, could
map a program of activities. To fi-
nance the project he suggests contri-
butions through the welfare fund, a
tax on parents and small subsidies
from B'nai B'rith. rabbinical semi-
naries and other national organiza-
tions with field man who could direct
the work.
The "Markowitz Memorial Tablet"
a beautiful bronze tablet containing
room for memorial plates to perpe-
tuate the memory of deceased rela-
tives and frieuds and electric lights
which will be lit on the Yahrzeit,
will be dedicated this coming Tues-
day evening. March 20th, at 8:00
o'clock in Beth David Synagogue with
appropriate ceremonies.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the
ceremonies and make the principal
address of the evening. The formal
presentation will be made by Mr.
Harry Markowitz who together with
his son. Thomas, have presented this
bronze memorial tablet to Beth David
Congregation in memory of Mr. Mark-
owits'l wife Freda and her mother,
the late Mrs. Dora Cohen, who met
a tragic death here last year. The
event will take place on the anniver-
sary of Mrs. Freda Markowitz' birth-
day. The formal acceptance will be
made by Mr. Stanley C. Myers, for-
mer president and active worker, of
the Congregation. Cantor Louis
Hayman will sing during the even-
ing. The public is asked to attend.
The late Mrs. Markowitz was ac-
tive in Beth David Sisterhood which
she served as an officer for several
terms, took part in the work of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau of the Miami Chapter of
Senior Hadassah and other local
charitable and fraternal organiza-
tions. Her mother, Mrs. Dora Cohen
supported eighteen charitable institu-
tions during her life time and was
active in recent years in Miami organ-
izations.
Cantor and Other
Artists Will Be
Heard On Sunday
Cantor Maurice Mamches will be
featured in his second annual concert
Sunday evening, March 27th, begin-
ning at 8:30 o'clock at Beth Jacob
Congregation. Miami Beach, in a
program of operatic arias, classical
numbers and folk songs of several
nations. He will be assisted by the
noted violin virtuoso Joel Belov of
Philadelphia, formerly associated with
the Philadelphia Symphony Orches-
tra and other such famous conductors
as Tocanini, Stokowsky and Bodan-
sky. Alexander Drucker and his Rus-
sian String Quuartet will be heard in
a number of selections playing Rus-
sian and Jewish folk songs. Mr. Sam
Cook, profesional whistler will ren-
der Eili, Eili. among other numbers.
An evening of unusual musical enter-
tainment will be presented to delight
both the student of music and the
general public. A cordial invitation
is extended to residents and visitors
in this area to attend the splendid
concert which it n annual event,
here. Officers of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation and Rabbi Moses Mesehel-
off arc assisting to make this even-
ing one well worth while attending.
Roosevelt Urged To
Intercede For Jews
And Catholics
New York (WNS)"Sound the
note of humanitarianism as the voice
of America to the German govern-
ment for justice and mercy to Jews
and Catholics, all children of the one
God," President Roosevelt was urged
in a telegram from Rabbi Herbert S.
Goldstein, president of the Rabbini-
cal Council of America. "We do not
presume to ask you to involve our
beloved country in any political ques-
tion," Rabbi Goldstein said. "We
believe that the elementary human
right to live unfettered and unchal-
lenged is the concern of all mankind.
The heads of the governments of Eu-
rope are unable to speak in the same
disinterested non-partisan manner as
you can. The hope of mankind lies
the rise of a leader whose compelling
voice will receive the unquestioned
confidence and support of the rest of
the world. Is there anyone else who
occupies such a position as yourself?
We humbly pray that you may be the
instrument through which Catholic*
Jews and any other oppressed peo-
ple may' be allowed to live their
lives without constant fear of being
seized, humiliated and tortured the
very next moment."
ANNUAL BENKFIT TO BE HEM)
The annual spring benefit of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau will be held at the Road-
side Rest. Miami Beach, Sunday
evening, March 27th, and will pre-
sent an unusually fine floor show
in addition to the dancing that will
be enjoyed. Proceeds of this annual
event will go to aid in the welfare
work of the organization. The pub-
lic is urged to attend.
BAYER ASPIRIN DENIES
LINK TO HUNGARIAN
BRANCH THAT FIRED JEWS
New York (WNS)Profits of
Bayer aspirin sold in this country ul-
timately reach Germany because the
Bayer Company here is connected
Sectarian Anti-Naxi League declared
Sectarian Anti-Nazi Leagu edeclared
in commenting on a statement by
Harvey Mann, president of the Bay-
er Company, that his firm had no
connection with Germany because it
had purchased the American firm
the Alien Property Custodian after
the World War. Mr. Mann's state-
ment was mnde in connection with
reports from Budapest that the Hun-
garian Pharmaceutical Company,
Hungarian representative of Bayer's
aspirin, had dismissed 13 employees
because they are of non-Aryan origin.
REPORT GIVEN
ON Mill HOTELS
'New York (WNS)Reports of dis-
elimination against Jewish applicants
for employment by Miami Beach ho-
tell under Jewish management are
not ns serious as first believed. Rabbi
J. X. Cohen, chairman of the commis-
sion on economic problems of the
American Jewish Congress, declared
in a report based on a personal in-
vestigation.
After visiting a score or more of
the largest hotels and communicating
with other principal hotels in the
Greater Miami district which are un-
der Jewish management. Rabbi Co-
hen found that "a very small number
of hotels under Jewish management,
with exclusive Jewish patronage, wan
found to have an almost exclusively
non-Jewish personnel. A large num-
ber of hotels uniler Jewish manage-
ment were found to have a fair pro-
portion of Jewish employees, but an-
other and still larger croup of hotels
were found to have a satisafctorily
large proportion of Jewish workers."
Rabbi Cohen also found that one
of the chief reasons why some Jew-
ish hotels do not employ more Jews
is that comparatively few of the
Jewish applicants are experienced.
He quoted one sympathetic Jewish
hotel man as saying "they raise the
cry of prejudice when they have n t
the qualifications to fill the job they
are seeking." Other hotel manager,
said substantially the same, adding
that they would be more than glad
to employ Jews because their Jewish
patrons sometimes raise the discrimi-
nation issue with them, but the man-
agers told Rabbi Oohen they cannot
employ Jews who are unqualified for
hotel work, solely because they are
Jewish, as these very patrons would
be the first to object if unsatisfac-
tory service were rendered. M. Deane
the manager of the Miami branch of
the Florida State Employment Ser-
vii-c. said he had no measurable dif-
ficulty placing Jewish persons in
Jewish hotels during the season bat
that the problem was to find Jewish
persons who would meet hotel exper-
ience requirements.
In the course of his inquiry Rabbi
Oohen found that 50 percent of the
Miami Beach hotels are Jewish-own-
ed but on a basis of number of rooms
only 30 percent of capacity is Jewish
owned. In Greater Miami, 15 per-
cent of the hotels are Jewish owned
which reduces to 5 percent when tak-
en on the basis of the number of
rooms. He also reported that no in-
stance was found where a hotel man-
agement admitted discrimination with
the exception of hotels carrying signs
over their doors reading "Gentiles."
There are a number of such hotels
in the Miami district, one of which
even bars Jews as visitors to guests
except in a special "Jim Crow" re-
ception room.
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.


PAf.E TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN

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airplane
laerm. Wo) la .--. v.rr.:. Li
1 Bi snd Panama.
t of arena*!-
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a* pre and
Indian Ilair.i in Pen, ss weli
r airplan-
iins.
Mrs. Ha-
-J that of a world I
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rania A I kBBcaek.Fl -
for ] .:. i A .--
tralia.
a a a
LKAVE FOR ( OXVEXTION
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k W< : :- BOTMO, B B
. rcaident .i one Bareaa and
I : Hin etmry of
j \
T :.:. where they ... attend
i I I :-DC* of
Welfare Ajencie* 5poosred bf th*
FaderatioDi
W- ;jr- Funds. They were
nanied by Mr- R. IS Adler and lln
Ri : Ob their i
i.-od of
federating TeM re Organ
for) a mi Jewiab
- ar-s wil
view of | i
Jev.
a
SCHOOL to PBESENT PLAT
'

Friday. Mai
_- Tb* leadinj i rt two bun In
S; : I I But-
"Mm :- : I SO""5
- .' v. Row
devel--
Miltoi Bi pa and st last a feeling
B tM lecture the audien
.-r }"...- Benrj ',-- 1 G I tl IhttwiM '
Carwa, broadca't-d fro* the
a Opera Boa* la Sew
ba Ike aaap and daacet V rk. During the Bralj
A pleaaar.- Mr. Poakkoff, Hebrew and 1
who attend. Parents and frier, i- are writer, praised very highly the fine
d. work of Dr. Wolf son and asked the
andience to show their appreciation
>.V.v
OET
A masigiach named ay tk* Rabat*
r-Mdcnce at th* Acr.
dM Pass-
aolidaya, where a:: aai k
-
I iweet milk and
sour cream, sweet cream, eot
ag- ..sees* and otker dairy p
will I* aaai in apecial container*
wh..Ji .i BBl the signature of the
:ra charge will be
made for this serric* and all d
a in these |
- men as soon
M: Fogg was the first dairy
- area to realise the nece*-
rrant J- wi
tkaii Paaaoeat needs.

I'NVEILING TO RE HELD
The unr- -ne tombstone in
in Mr- Bather Feld-
iiii t.f Miami Beach will be held
> afternoon. March 27th at the
'ii of the Waodlawa
etery at S : m.. with Rabbi M
ating. a.: h
tend.
a
GROIP LISTENS TO
MESH AND I.E1TIRE
...: I i -
-A training* Dr. ^
p. aa.. tk* Groon

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a a a
r M.\(.EMENT l>
\N\"0l"XCED
-ngagemcr.' :' M -- Est
Mr Bam Bi
- :
er. Mrs. Edith Burr. aik. The
wedding will take pis.-e in May.
DAIRY WILL Fl'RMSH
PAMOVO. PRODI ITS
Aeeot g to an ani
r. peek | Mi E Pan.
J r_ pi 0 8 i
1 It Mil Beach, all
of th iairj
K -.- tf rer dairy piodaeu wiil
be able to obtain them atari this
In charge
- with all ritual
s are Rav II -- Mra
Beth J Congregation
A K M .-
by subscribing a hundred dollars to
-b. Jewiah National Fund and in-
. iir Wolf son in the Golden
Book. The n -;-:.- ami Inatnnteoua.
-ing in from all sides.
Th-- audience also contributed about
150.00 to build additional benches to
nodate the many new people
-me every Saturday to the
r.gs.
Seal Saturday afternoon
Group meet again "U the
[ 1009 i as A
1 >-. w ifgoi will *
ni J. a of 1
--'" 9 n aa'i V v
- | :' \\ -
Bosses from Burdine'
Direct to Track, 10c
Only 3 Milea From
Downtown Miami
LOCAL DAIRY ANNOl NCES
PASSOVBB PRODICTS
A- usual, the Miami Home Milk
Prwiu ation will p
numerous J.wii. j--..m*rs with
tke fi: tty Kosher Pa------
dairy products. Rabbis Abraham A.
KeUner of the Miami Jew;>h >
: ->gation and Rabbi M
Ef of Beth Jacx'b Congrega-
te in full charge to assure that
j erery requirement of Jewish law^ :rj
j connection with Passorer is tboroash-
erred. A Baakgiaefe n.imed by
j the Rabbis w.i:
Iriet iuring th-
-. -r week. The Miami Hoi
Milk Pridur-er"s Asociation i-
thi are .
So extra
the
. .
:.-wi. Milk, cream. n -
butter and sour cream a ill r
-
label* bearing tne signatures of botn
Rabbi*
a a a
ANNUAL REINTOX
TO BE HELD
Th>- annual reunion to which for-
mer camp- ti era and
those interested in th- f.imni-
Wobelo for girls, operated and
ed by Mrs. Bertha Berkoa 1
in the Blue Ri.lt* Mountain! will be
narrow. S itnrd M
at th<- Dlathitone Hots it 1-
m. A rerj i will be
presented. This affords:
have been "r rspei I I
ciated with :h,- well known
tion to renew :' i and bring
about that fedinj of go
has always bee:
i aaapk
a a
BOSHES WINF.S ARK
BOTTLED HERE
Last Moi i Ber H
Mr. M. Gi .
Moses Mi t Beth
ngregai "' Beacl
I K
I
I Man-... ':-: :. ;... botlin| :'
K Paaaorer wine* i ". ware-
-; Maah tci i Beet Distt
H n laa in Miami. The win-
which arrir-j jr. Miami from C
nia. known as the Montora win...
came in sealed barrels und^r the sig.
nature of Rabbi G. Kataman of San
Francisco and were approved a' t
ritual requirements by the local Rab-
Me. A complete line of this Califor- '
nia wine in Port. Muscatel Malaga.
Sherry, Tokay and Haute Sauterne
is being handled by this company win ,
are local distributors for this famous
wine and will be available at BBBtai
throughout this entire area. Th-
Bra will also distribute a full line of
the finest assortment of the fanu< '
e "Carmel" wines in th* ori- !
ginal packages from the Risaon let- j
a) -. wineries in Palestine. Mr. B
Fleeman is in charge of the local dU- I
tribution for the Manhattan Beer j
I1 --ributnrs. Inc.
NOMINATION'S ARE MADE
d members
ttng of Beth
-- Monday
rogue when tin
: was held.
- -': the con-
jr.'i nrefi
r*ni din atoa of
Mr. Harry Waa-
:..e con-
.-.. The following
Poi president, M.
:k Leo Robinson, J. M. Bone,
H Wn I. L. Miataer, 1. Roth
, and Bi roi H Meyer. Pot
li ^^ lenaky, J. M.
Miller. H Wasserman. M.
l; } ; :- in. J. Louis
I Alba it I. J!r. i ni r, I. L.
' M I: J-!,: Meyer, A.
B inin. L. O. B AI Mechlo-
.:r. r. Harry Leritt,
Louie Gi B. Steiaei !"
: -7 Louis Green,
1 ink. I I.. Mintaer and J.
S er: M.
'. Bun-
in. J. a y. I.. 11.
':' Resolution!
tion mtri done
- ni w edit
Resi g .i. a
Elections
a a
ENTEB1 \IN \T PARTY
Mr .! i I -
' ebral
1
A ng tl -
'/. 1; ; Man T i
Mrs. El >
Lilelman, Mr-. Anna
I M:-. J. S M VI
II :
.
EMM HULL TO BE
PRESENTED
Pereta Hirsbbc i f-.lk elaa-
a trill bv presented in it- norie
when "On n Fields' a 5
will \i; .- ;it the
Ciurma Casino for ticree days begin-
- i ':. Mai 29th. Artisti-
cally portrayed, photographical
c. .- oni c-f th.
FRIDAY, MABCH 28, 1938
jiifturizatious of Jewish life
erer presented on the screen. Por-
traying the innate respect and love of
Torah that the simple Yesbuvnick or
farmer always bore throughout his
daily toil and life, the picture shows
-livings of the simple farm, r
folk and the love f'.r scholarly attain-
ntenta. The snuggle of the Ye-l,
...Inn. the Talmudic student, for :t
return to mother earth, his longing
to combine the Talmudical precept of
working, of toiling for his daily Jiv-
ing with Ml duty to his God in learn-
Torah. is vividly contrasted
with the life of the fanner. "Green
Fields" is the first Yiddish film m.i
ii, the ("nited States, it has English
titl-- and has been highly praised bj
critics and such famous actors as
Paul ili.ni.
LEAVES ON TENNIS TOI/R
BernJa Frank, son of Mr. and Mr-.
M. B. Frank, prominent in the com-
munal lif.- of Miami Beach, left th.-
in last Monday on a trtiaaoiulnii
tal tOVf with the Lniversity of Miami
I Team of which he is a player.
Ha will l- |one twenty-five day..
I'ernie is one "f the star players an !
, in many athlttic circles !-
in a player on the Y. M. H. A. ba--
ketball and diamond ball teams.
*
UN U B'RITH MEETING
ATTENDED BY MANY
Bereral hundred members of the
1 <:il B'nal Krnh Lxige attended the
si.cnil meeting for the month ;"
March at the Fleetw.....I Hotel, Miami
Beach, last Tuesday night. The
meeting wai arranged by Leo Ei->-- -
si.-in. chairman of the eiitertainmen;
committee. The chief address of the
i n^ was delivered by Judge I>.
.1 Heffernan of the I'ivil Court of
R< of ] lade County who urged
the necessitj ..f a knowledge of the
I'nited States Constitution ns a aafe-
guard against the propaganda of [ami
and isi. in this country. Others who
spoke wi.' Marx Peinberg, E. AI
I'allot and Harry /.inkeriiick. Vocal
selectl i- were rendered by Matt
W K who sang several Jewish.
seli-ctions and played -viral numbers
ii the a. 11.nil.ni and l.v Harvey Bell
who received l tremendous ovation
fur his rendition of several numbers.
Two profeaaional boxing bouts then
wed thr.nigli the courtesy of thi'
Miami Beach Boxing Club. Th.....
(were refereed bj Lew Welch, a m*m-
of the Boxing Commission of
M imi Beach. Refreshments' were
following the program.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
wJewisti Floriidiii&ri
PUBLISHED BVERT FKIDAY
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PLANT AND OFFICES
21 S. W. Second Avenue
Phonee 2-1141; 2-1183
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
FRF.D K. SHOCHET, Circulation Hana*r
aa aacond clan
rur July 4. 19S0. at the Peat Offira at Miami. Florid
under th Act of Much S. Ml*.
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN
Ropraavnlativt
WEST PAl.M BEACH
MRS M. SCHREBN1CK
Repraacof-.tiva
ORLANDO
DORIS 8. HELLER
Hapranrntaliva
TAMPA
MRS. JAT MARKOWITZ
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FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1938
VOLUME 11 NUMBER 12
miumL
TloieA,
OUR DUTY AS CITIZENS
So much has been said that we thought it quite unnecessary j
to rppeat. Yet when we find that the registration of Jewish
citizens of Dade County have be.'in quite negligible in compar-
ison to their number we cannot but help stand aghast.
We wonder if these complaisant Jews have been blind to
the news that is flashed at them in big headlines every day from
Germany, from Roumania, from Austria and other European
countries, "Citizenship rights taken from Jews." The world
reads this news and is shocked.....and yet, we in Dade
County with none to even contemplate such horrible action, de-
prive ourselves of the most important rights that citizenship
confers upon us. What avail us all our citizenship in these
United States if we cast the most important one, that of voting,
aside. God forbid that the time ever come to this country when
the rights of Jews to ber citizens ever be questioned. shall
we bring this about ourselves by standing idly by? Shall it be
raid of the Jews that he scorned his privileges, and shunned his
duties.....There are no poll taxes to be paid, there is no
excuse that any rational man can raise these days.....it's a
simple matter to go to your own polling place and there regis-
ter. The mere fact that you voted last year or two years ago
nitons nothing. There is a complete NEW registration this year.
Everyone must re-register.
We believ it to be the duty of every qualified citizen to go
and REGISTER IMMEDIATELY. We believe it the duty of
every Rabbi, to direct the attention of their members or their
respective congregants to this duty as American citizens.....
Let's not delay any further. Let all of us exercise this val-
uable perogative. Let's all register immediately.
Jerusalem Stirred
By Swastika Over
King David Hotel
FREUD NEUMANN
MAY SETTLE
IN PALESTINE
Jerusalem (WXS l'nlcor Agency I
Indignation was widespread among
Jiws uiid liberala becauae the swas-
tika, bated symbol of Hitlor, bad
flown nvcr tbe Kin* David Hotel tor
the firsi time since the Nails came
into power in (iennany.
The offending banner was raised in
hi nor of n party of (Sermiin tourists
Including Oscar Ilindenburg, son of
the late President of (Jermany. The
MM itment was intensified because
the luiurious hotel is owned ninety
percent by Jewish capital.
Jerusalem .WXS Palcor Agency)
The possibility that Professor Sig-
iiiiiii psychoanalyst, ami Dr. Heinrich
N'fflnianu, noted Viennese eye. nose
anil throat specialist, both of whom
are under arrest in Vienna, will set-
tle in Palestine was disclosed here
when the Jewish Agency Executive.
at the request of the Jewish Medical
Association. promised immigration
certificates to the two scientists im-
periled by the Naxification of Austria.
Lily Pons Cancels
Vienna Appearance
l>etroit (WXS) Because she does
not approve "of what the Nazis are
doing to culture" in Austria. Lily
Pons. French Metroplitan Opera so-
prano, has cancelled her scheduled
April appearance in Vienna. "There
will be no more fine music in Vienna
in a short time." she said. "The
symphony orchestra and the opera
company are being put under Nazi
control, which in my mind, will very
soon Completely ruin them. I am not
in sympathy with such tactics."
CATHOLICS SEND
SYMPATHY TO
JEWS OF AUSTRIA
Vienna (WNS) The only bright
spot for Jews on the dark Austrian
horizon are the numerous manifesta
tions of sympathy by Austrian Cath-
olics. Jewish leaders are receiving
hundreds of anonymous typewritten
notes henring the simple words. :
"from Catholics as an expression of
sympathy to the persecuted Jews."
Some Jews also re|iorted seeing aris-
tocratic Catholic women seeping si-
lently at the sight of Xar.i storm
troupers bounding Jews in the street!
and forcing them to scrub out Schus-
ehnisg slogans in the streets.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Spring is here; and another dia-
mond! nil Reason is wiih us. Contin
uing its happy faculty of producing
winning athletic teams, this year's
aggregation bids well to set up one
if the beat dianiondbsll recordi t"
late. The initial practice session
will take place this Sunday at Flam
ingu Park, starting at 2:00 p. m..
with Nnt Blumberg
in charge. Indica-
tions point to a suc-
ceaaful year with
the following play-
ers of isst year'*
Civic league run-
ersup returning. Co
captains l>avis Lackawita and Prank
Rose, Nat Blumberg, Normy Thaler
A In- Wilier. (Jeorge Reicbgott, Sammy
Temliii-li. Bernie Frank. Leo I.ipow-
sky, Murray Slante'.l, Al Reisman.
Harry Gordon, Allie Berkowlts, Ralph
Grossman and possibly the return of
I l.v Sinks. With former inniuiger-
Max poldstein and Aaron WeinkU
tied up with btudneM the I......I foi
ii new manager is evident.
if you like tliamondball here's your
opportunity of displaying your ability
Besldea we need new life in the line
up.
Y
HKRKS AI.VIN (iROSSMAN'S
BIOGRAPHY
Next on the list of charter mem-
bers ns be brought to your Bttentiflb
is mSQUCStionably one of the finest
hoyi ever tO come into the "V" fold
Alvin was boiti 'J.~ years ago in New
York City and attended the public
.mil high schools there. In lll'J'i A!
vin migrated to Miami. Florida, with
his family. He played a major par
in the Upbuilding of the Junior \>
vision of the Y. M. II. A. which to
day is the largest Junior group in
this urea. In IMS the presidency oi
the Y. M. II. A. was placed ill tin
capable bands of Al D I" Alvin?) under whose leader
ship the organization made the great
est stride since its inception. Tin
following year he was again honored
hy his fellow members by being elect-
ed to a three year term on the Board
of Directors. Besides his achieve
incuts as a leader in social aelivitie
of the organization, he also evidenced
a memberof the "Y"' teams, tine of
his prowess as a brilliant athlete as
his most outstanding feats happened
in VXYA when he pitched a grand total
nf -4 consecutive innings in a league
game for the Y. M. II. A. This game
is still on record as the longest eyii
played in the United States.
One of Alvin (irossman's foremoal
interests is the success of the Y. M.
Ii. A. and its early realization of a
community center.
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Continuing the round of biograph-
ies of the charter members of the "\"
we come to another of the (irossman
brothers, this time Ralph.
Ralph was bom December 25.
WOO in New York City. Attended
tin in inn r and high school there. He
won numerous initials for swimming,
and played on the high school foot-
ball, basketball and baseball teams.
Came to Miami in lttUJi and was em-
ployed by the Florida Power and
Light Company, which concern he is
still associated with. He played on
the company's diamondball. bssket-
hall, volleyball, tennis and ping pong
tennis. Ralph plays a hard and scrap-
py game and displays a fighting spirit
and sportsmanship which has endear-
ed him to all who have watched him
in action. A pioneer Jewish athlete
in this afea. he has always striven to
create a good will between him team
and their opponents. He advocates
early youth training in athletics,
stressing character building and good
will. As one of the originator- of th-
Y. M. H. A. .he has tarred on the
Board of Directors for two year*, ath-
letic director for two years, diamond-
ball manager and has been active on
numerous committees.
ORGANIZATION CALENDAR
In the event you have forgotten,
here is a little reminder of the var-
ious groups that meet at the "Y '
elubrooms each week.
MondayJunior Division, s :.'(< p
m.
Tin-dayYoung Women's Hebrew
A-soeiation. 8:30 p. in. W. P. .\..
sponsored Spanish classes, 5:00 p. n
to s -00 p. in.
WednesdayYoung Men's Hebrc
Association, v .'-Ut p. m.
ThursdayBoy Seoiits Troop Nn
Ii. 7 :.'ttl p. in.: Amity Club 8:90 p. in.
Tow-ii-emi Club 8:80 p. m. i Hhnts
Fraternity. !l p. in.: W. P. A. n|hi i-
sored Spanish i liiss,-s 7 :IHI p. in. ti
S :IHI p. in. Fi......
The public is cordially invited '
attend these meetings.
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skhvkks TONIGHT AT MIAMI
JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
Tin- second in a eeriea of Sal
services to I*- sponsored b) the Y. W
II. A. will be held tonight at the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
inder tbe direction if Rabbi Abra-
ham A. Kellner. Members of tbe "V"
W. will conduct tin- services, Thosi
taking part include: Mrs. Nat Blum
berg. Mis. Harry Mandell, Miss i.e
.....e Kaplan. Miss Gertrude Handel .
Mrs. Il.irr.\ Rosen. Mrs. Wil iam
Priedman, and Mrs. Sinn Sbindel .
Miss Ida Knglcr. president of the Y.
\\\. will speak on the subject, "The
Need of 11 Community Center." II-
will Mr. Karl Albert Pallet, presiden
d the Y. M. H. A. Gel your friends
together and attend tonight and everj
Friday.
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The Y. W. II. A, ion.Iiu ted another
of its public speckiug classes under
the direction of its director. Miss
Dora Itosenbouse, last Tuesday.
Dora Rosenhouse last Tuesday, The
gueal speaker was Harry N, Goebel,
attorney of Brooklyn, N. Y'.. who i
the honorary president of the Young
People's Lengi.....i' the rnitid Byna
rogues of America, who gave a verj
Interesting talk on "Realisation nf
Our Dreams." Members participat-
ing on the program were Mr*. Al
Reisman, Mis- Gertrude Mandell.
Mis Dairy Baunders, Mrs. Max
Sheiikiniin and Mrs. Harry Kcmu i
\ social hour followed with Mrs. Al
Rosenfeld and Mis. Nat Blumberg
serving as hostesses.
JUNIOR Y. M. H. A. NOMINATES
Last Monday the Junior "Y" held
I their semi-annual nominations of of-
ficers. Those Dominated for presi-
dent were: Hyiiian Merlin. Gerald
' Klkin and Aaron Pincus; Vlce-preai-
'dent. Ray I'. Shochel ami Marshal
Feuei: Recording Secretary. F.fh -1
Pont, Miriam IVeintraub and lto*a-
lind Symoii; Corresponding Becre
; tary. Ray I". Shochel. Ktln-1 Pont
{ and Rosalind Bymon,
Treasurer. Robert Kaplan, and Hy-
nien Merlin : Program chairman, Aa-
ron Pincus. Ray I'. Shochet, Marshal
Feuer and Gerald Klkin : Parliamen
tartan, Robert Kaplan. Ray I'. Sho-
inan Merlin: Program chairman. An
and Itce Merlin. The election will
take place this Monday. March 28,
at 8:80 p. m. Mr. Gerald kin will
preside during the absence of Presi-
dent Sidney Rosen who is leaving for
New Y'ork this week. Oood luck to
all.
Y
CONGRATULATIONS,
WILLIAM SHAYNK
Bill Shayne. president of the G-n-
Mrs. P. Schweitzer
Philanthropist, Dead
New York iWNsiMrs Peter
Scbw.itzer. one of the founders of
tbe Keren Hayesod and with her late
husband one f the principal share-
holders in the Jewish Colonial Trust,
is dead her. at the age of '7.
Since ber husbandt death in 1923
she had carried on many of liis pin'
iiitliropies. She was for 12 years
president of the Home of the Daugh-
ters of Jacob and an active worker
ii the Palestine Lighthouse for the
Jlinil, of which sin- was u-organiser
and first president. In 1030 she bu Ii
the P.-tei- .1. s, hu .-ii/.. i- Hemorial
Hospital in Tiberias, Palestine, .1- .1
memorial to ber husband. Mis.
Schweitzer was a member of til'
French Legion of Honor and an hon-
orary citlaen of the town of Malu-
iciie. France.
POLITICAL BRIEFS
Judge Wayne Allen, candidate for
e-ele.-tion to tlie t'olirt of Crimes
tench was born January 10th, is!1",
it College Hill. Mississippi. and is
be son nf Reverend J. W. Allen who
was f.....rer thirty years a minister
in the Presbyterian church. He
graduated from the Booneville, Mis-
sissippi high school in MS and the
I'niversitj of Mississippi in 1013
with tin rlcgr.....f Bachelor of Low.
While at the I'niversity of Mis--
aippi high sel.....I in MOS and the
iii two intercollegiate debates, one
with the I'niversity of Arkansas and
the other with the rniveraity of Tex-
as, winning tbe first ami losing the
second. He represented Valparaiso
University in the Indiana State Ora-
torical contest, winning third place
out of Pi contestants. After leaving
the I'niversity of Mississippi he
taught school for three years in the
public schools of Mississippi.
He entered the world war in 1017
ami was discharged In 1010. serving
five months in Kngland but never
reaching France. lie is now a cap-
tain in the 1'nited States Krscrw-
He moved to Atlanta. Ca.. in 1820
and practiced law there for five years
and then came to Miami in W2"i. He
hecann- assistant county solicitor in
1038 and served under both the the
Honorable Fred Pine and the Hon-
u-.-iiile Robert It. Taylor. In 1084
when tin- Honorable Ben Willard
was elevated to the bench of the crim-
inal court he was apiwinted to a 4-
vi.n- term as judge of the court of
.rimes snd took office on October
10th. 1035, and has nerved in that
position since that time.
Judge Allen has also 1.....n active in
fraternal and eivic work in this com-
munity. He was for seven years an
officer iii the Junior Chamber of
Commerce, has been president of the
Optimists club and exalted ruler of
the Klks. In 1080 he was the first
general chairman for the county of
the empty stocking fund. He is a
member of the Westminister Presby-
terian church. American Legion, F.Iks
I'Inh and the Loyal Order of Moose.
He is also a member of the Orange
Bowl committee and was active In
helping carry the election for the
Miami stadium and was recently
chairman of the speakers i-ommitteu
for the American Red Cores.
eruor's Club of the Y. M. H. A., was
duly honored by being elected Kxaltcil
Ruler of the Miami F.Iks.
Y
If you are not a subscriber of the
Jewish Floiidian you are in a position
to take advantage nf a real offer. A
beautiful six piece Rogers silverware
set free wit hevery 12.00 subscrip-
tion or only 00c with coupon for old
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blank now.
A GENTILE'S PRAYER
"No jobs for .lows*' 1 read in tin- headlines black,
I liow my head and pray Eor pity ami for litrlit.
T do rv>t pray for iitv for the .lows so oAtTncigfd
I do not cry for Gixl to end the long dark Jewish night.
But T do ask that flod mav cleanse the Wpnrtg
And minds of those who stoop to persecute a racej
That He may (rive them tolerance and something that's akin
To Jewish faith and hope and trust and love and grace.



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FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
FEATURETTES
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
-By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
* ANGLO-
PLAYS
After n breathing Spell of faint
hope conies tin' sudden blow. Tin'
Nazi had stamps upon Austria. Ami
it docs so with melodramatic swift-
neat ami bruiiiliiy because Berlin
foresaw tbat a plebiscite of IB* Aus-
trian people woulil lie strongly unti-
Uermaa ami ami-Nazi. No one who
has known Austria at all well is as-
tonished at tbat fact. And now tin
Western Democracies lane protests
to Berlin. Protests It is today ami
not iu 1014 tbat an outlaw is running
amok in Kuropeone wbo deliberate-
ly and consciously tramples under
foot all tbat has long been known a-
civtftmttoa in the West. I dare to
predict, with tragedy ami terror in
my heart, that war will come, must
tome and tliat neither isolationist da-
viees or sentiment (wbieb us eliti-
unlit 1 share I nor attempts at eco-
nomic self-sufficinguess will in tin'
long run keep our eouutry out of thai
ultimate war.
I'tidcr these circumstances progres-
sives deplore the Moscow trials com-
ing at this moment. Moderately in-
telligent progressives, like the editors
of the Nation do so, supremely intel-
ligent progressives, like Mr. llayim
Greenberg and his colleagues on the j
Jewish frontier do so too. I am j
amazed it the illusions which tliev '
are still capable of harboring. Tbut
fine and accurate thinker Mr. Green-
berg above all must know that nolb- |
ing but evil cun come of evil, tbat dic-
tatorship and enslavement and the
servile state under whatever name or
slogan can. from the very central na- [
tare of the ethical life, breed nothing
but destruction and lead t<> nothing
but chaos and that the alternatives
..;' history are limply and starkly
these: either the democracies of tin- |
West will go under and the year 2000
will rival in darkness and barbarism '
the year KHM) or else they will win
of their own might alone ami any ul- ]
liance with any servile stale will !"'
n hindrance and a source of weakness,
Let us go farther. Lei us espec-
ially a^ Jews go farther. As is well
known 1 am not a Communist. 1 do
not believe that even a modicum of
the World's evils could !>' remedied by
establishing completely egalitariun
order, i d......t believe thai equality
exists either In the order of nature
nor in lb.....'der of human civilization.
Hut if I were a Communist, and the
ideal us such is mi intelligible one. I
would be the lirsl one to hasten lo
disassociate myself from any alliance
with or pad with or moral affiliation
with tIk- Stalinist dictatorship which
now exists in the Soviet Onion. And
the desperate trouble is thai the Com-
munist I'arty is "lodged apparently re
adherence to Moscow, to this MOS-
COW, to ibis repetition of the reign of
Ivan the Terrible, to this Monty and
horror-inspiring servile state.
And that is why. to come (0 a pro
vincial but Immensely important is-
sue, it was such a desperate error on
the part of Borough President Stanley
If. Isaacs to appoint Mr. Si.....II W.
Oerson. a member of the Communist
Party to a position on his staff.
Doubtless Mr. Oerson is perfectly
and efficient man. It is Imc also
that the Communist Tarty is a legal
party iu the United States and hence
Mr. Isaacs, as he should have f">"
seen, has forced Governor Lehman, a
an unswervingly loyal American Dcm
ocrat. to uphold him. Logically the
breeds eounter-|H.isoii and that wheth-
er a man is poisoned by potion one
or potion two is of little moment wh. n
the man is dead. Those whose fury
was aroused by Mr. Isaacs' sppoii I
case is water-tight enough. Practi-
cally and ethically the whole t'.i'.r
was foolish and dang) i"Us to mi in
tolerable degree.
it i- part of the necessary policy
ami ideal of democracy to tolerate n
ways of political thinking and there
fore all parlies arising among iis cit-
izens. No nation. OB the other band.
has ever in practice blandly tolerated
attempts st its overthrow diet He I
from a foreign center. No wonder
that Mr. Karl Browder ..roars softly
as a sucking dove.'" Would not .1- w
be the first ones to protest if -i Na-
tional-Socialist Party recruited from
German-Americans, even though led
by descendants of the Puritans who
were constituted and dci-lur-.l legal':
In other words, a good and liinniu
mail will tolerate among his tri.i d-
aud ill his home men! of all faiths.
races, origins. Can he be expected
to entertain, however, quite the saux
feelings toward those whose avow. I
purpose it is to liquidate him and his
family, to deprive him of that broad
which he now breaks with them and
to set his house on fire? Mr. Isaac-
may well have remembered that In-
fore, as a Jew and an American, he
implicated himself and his colleagues
and his people in this fateful and ii"t
easily soluble roil of problems. He
should remember and all Jews shoiibl
remember furthermore that the pecu-
liar psychological character of th"
politics of this age is that poison
(Contirriied on Page Nine)
Today the National Service Burean
a division -f the Federal Theatn
of the Works Progress Ad
ministration, announced publication
nf Anglo-Jewish Plays," a compila-
tion ef dramatic works represci '
. n| the highest standard* In stags
literature. This list f plays is uni-
que in that it is the fir-* attempt
ever made to record, in Yiddish and
material from Jewish an I
Anglo-Jewish diama for 'he pu
of developing a modem Yiddish thea-
trical library.
"Anglo-Jew isli Plays," prepared by
research workers anil trnnelct-m ll
ib. N-iti......! Service ->. i Burv
',.. eo. I-..-ion with leading play-
wrights and publishers, contains tit-
lea, synopses and analyses of twnety
five dramatic works. There is alsi
detailed information of especial in-
terest to dlreetora.
Many of the titles are of plays
which have enjoyed either largely or
moderately sucecsful productions
Several of extraordinary merit have
not yet been staged. Their range a>
regards emotional appeal and subject
I matter bus been phmne.i to meet
widely divergent needs and views.
This list presents plays that run
the gamut from ga.v buffoonery and
rolickilUK travesty to stirring suspense
biting rnaliam and allegorical fan-
ta-y. Theniatically it offers varied
material stub as the Comedy of Jew
is.ii life in the small towns nf the (I'd
World. Anglo-Jewish life iu metro-
politan centers, the conflict between
liberalism and reaction, problems con-
fronting depression-shocked Ameri-
cans, condemnation of sweatshop con-
(Continued on Page 7)
STR1GTLY CONFIOENTIAL
Tidbits From Everywhere
ON TUB Bl.l K DANUBE
Major Kcv. Austrian anti S
who committed suicide after kilbng
- son and wife did so because Mrs.
Key wa sol' Jewish origin and tubjc t
to Nazi indignities. The real r.v.-o.i
for the ariesi of Prof. Beinrich Seu-
maun, world-famous eye .ear. nose and
throat specialist, was Nasla, anger at
him for his refusal two yenrs ago to
operate on Hitler's throat lent the a i
emtiou fail ami German Jews be held
t.. blame. S too bad Prafaaaor
Freud hasn't been told that Auatria
I,..- |...... Nazi. The father uf
p yoh.niaua vsis would h. ve a perfect
example of the truth uf his ih on.-
nl in inferiority complei in the char-
acte rot Hitler. It's almost unbe-
lievable, hut in proclaiming the annex-
ation of Austria Hitler shrieked that
only a madman could believe that
oppression and terror could perma-
nent t> rob the people of their love tor
their ii.ridiiaiy nationality" and ex-
claimed "I hope all nations rccoguiz
from What happened here the folly of
oppressing their national minorities,"
I.....Amen, Adolf.....VYondei
whether Austria will taboo the new
five-suit bridge game because it was
invented by a Viennese. Jewish scien-
tist. Dr. Mun-ulin, and its rubs wcr
drafted by Dr. Paul Stem of the Aus-
trian champion bridge team.....
Ab nt sixty years ego, by the Bray.
I'ncle Sam got lough with Austria
because she refused to accept as
I American minister a man who had a
Jewish wife.....\fter some note-
' writing the minister was ......pled. .
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JEWISITlEADERS GATHER TO DISCUSS A CHILDREN'S MAGAZDNE
Members of the Union of American Hebrew C ngregatior "s committee en Young Israel, pop-
ular national children's magazine, are picturjd above as they gathered at the national
headquarters of the Union in Cincinnati to discuss the future of the publication. Many pro-
jects to delight American Jewish youngsters *) in store, they hinted. At top, left to right,
are Dr. Solomon B. Freehoff of Pittsburgh; Rabbi George Zepin of Cincinnati, secretary of
the Union; Rabbi Solomon N. Sazell of Louis- viUe; and Dr. Emanuel Gamoran of Cincin-
nati, educational director of the Union. Dr. Vctor E. Reichert of Cincinnati,, chairman of
the committee, is at left in the lowef picture, with Elra Weihl of New York, editor of
Toting Israel; Rabbi B. Benedict Glazer of New York City; and Rabbi Leon Framof Detroit
Lota of prominent Jewish doctors in
vnricins parts of the world who ho'.d
egress from Vienna medical Institu-
tions will probably have them can-
celled it the Nazi- ,! in Austria what
they ilid in Germany, .
ON TIIK IIOMK FIELD
The biggest gathering of anti-Semi-
tic big-wigs in this country is ached-
ule.l for Washington on August 15th,
when German-American Bund holds
its national convention there, ...
Kinsi iPuts!I Hanfataengt, former
Hitler stoogi is now In 'his country
under an assumed name. The Na-
zi organising campaign is continuing.
despite the so-called "orders"' from
Berlin.....New anita have just
been formed in Boston, Akron. Brie,
Rochester and Buffalo.....And
new camp is being established outside
nl Memphis, Tenn. Did our eyes
deceive us. or did the United Press
r.ally run an ml foroopy boys in Kdi-
tor and Publisher, newapaperdom'a
trade w.ekly. which said "Christians
only" me,| apply! Sow that fu-
els Sam's agenis are on the trail of
Nn/i spies those American patris-
tic" racketeering outfits which have
been ill cahoots with the Nazis in
their Jew-baiting find themselves plot-
ting against America.....Among
the letters of protest received by Stan-
ley Isaacs for appointing a Commu-
nist to office was one from the Ku .
Klux Klan. printed in red ink. .
Landlords of the swanky apartment
houses in the vicinity of Yorkville.
Na/i stamping ground in New York
are pressing for legislation to curb
the Nasis. Bat not beeanee they
object to the Nazis. The land-
lords are worried because some of
their higher-paying tenants are not
renewing leases because nf the swaa
tilta atiisauce in their from yard. .
That Jewish organization that pro-
tested the appointment of Major Radii
Irimeseii as Roumanian minister to
the I'nited Ptates because he had been
a member nf the Goga i abinet could
have harm I all about Irimescll from
a ei tain Jewish member of the 8ti k
Exchange who was once identified
that Jewish organisation. ... I
.sen and the Jewish broker are l.----1
s. Clap hands for 1 'I'. Morris
I. Hershman of Chicago, wit..... pre-
scription blanks instruct pharmacists
not lo fill his prescriptions with Nar.i-
made drugs. The Philadelphia
Manufacturers and Rankers Plnh was
the seenc of a confidential meeting
at which the Rev. (braid K Smith.
Fascist organiaer, harrangued n cou-
ple of hundred people. .
FOREIGN FLASHES
Lord Halifax. England's pro- Nazi
Foreign Secretary, has some import-
ant Jewish lamlsleit. His Ion re-
cently married Ruth Primrose, who
is the granddaughter of Hannah
Rothschild, daughter of the founder
of the English Rothschild family. .
Young Halifax's father-in-law met bis
death on a Palestine battlefield dur-
ing the world war. Scholars are
flocking to the German village of Kon<
iiersreuth to study the strange rasa
of Theresa Neumann. Christian wo-
man who lanaaa Into a tram.....very
Thursday at midnight and while in
this state speaks fluently ill Ai.imiae,
a long dead language of ancient Pal-
estine, and also in Latin and Hebrew.
although in her normal state she [a
ii'I-tIi ignorant of these tongues. .
Palestine has a musical child prodigy.
.... Her inline is Kiln Goldstein,
ami the way she tickles the ivories is
said to be Sensational for an eleven-
year-old. Palestine's new High
Commissioner, Sir Harold MacMi.h
ael, bi an the nickname "Mukroek."
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
of MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 3Ut St.2-9548
MIAMI
her or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning.
ontult with them on matters concerning the Jewish comnn-
tv or your personal problems. You will be assured aympa'
and a.lvice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held in
. .nfid'ence.
FRIDAY NIGHT MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS PAY NO VISITS-
GIVE NO PARTIES GO TO TEMPLE
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN..Ph.D.
69S6 Albacor Drive6-1265
MIAMI BEACH
^ main.ler ..f the program and th.
J bund*, parents and friend* of mem- j
tier* ar- inllal y invited to be |
I I at this meeting.
Final plans for bunco
t 'I card party widen Job
J k i> baring en W< rening.
M ': Hotel
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j arty.
Miss I! I M k,
I April lOth
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red for
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CONGREGATIONAL
concept "f theol *j i n the Jewish
. hoot orer W'liin B| :; ::;i .,. m. The
I Friday evening at the services '
. remple larael, Dr. Jacob 11. Kap- bje will be "The Meaaianic Idei
Ian will apeak on thoufht-ptoroltiBi and the Meaaianic Bra."
In bis ennon entitled, "Why These radio programi are pri
Qod Do Something?" hj the Rabbioica] Aaaoeiation w
Services will be conducted bj Rabbi Greater Miami every Sun lay after-
Column A. Zwitman. noun at '!:.'! The services at Temple larael b*> WIOD. For an Intellectually proft-
PROMINENT WORKER is
NAMED HEAD OF ELKS
WilH
li adei \l..i :.. j ... Ji -a .!
trt w.i- enow n Exa Rub r of tii
Miami I. Igi of F.!k* last are* k
and i* the Kcm elected
niuptl] every Friday evening at
p, in., and are followed by r -
to members and guests "f the
ration, given by the Biaterhool.
able afternoon liaten in to the various
Rabbia each Sunday on 'hi* program.
VAHKZK1TS
PI RIM PARTY
The lahraeita of the following aril
hi.....mmemorated at thii Priday even-
,-li the Purim ealebratlon haa ing aervice:
ady paaaed, the Rabbia of Temple Mr*. Mary Turk, slater of Jack
i and the Board nf Directors I Bernatein; Harold Pearlman, fa'h
ibis public means ofthanking the of Jules Pearlman; David Brown,
- .,i,.....| committee composed of I father of Mrs. William Chlfelder;
Benjamin D. Adler, brother of Sol
Henry Adler.
BOAT RIDK
lira, Hairy Rubin, chairman of the
Scholarship and Dormitory Fund tor
the Sisterhood, announces that there
are several more reservations to be
bad for the cruise to be given th s
Sunday afternoon. Mareli '^"th. An
especially chartered boat will take
phcre wire enjoyed by both young and I the members of the Sisterhood and
old. .their friends to variou* -put* of in-
Those who participated in the in- terest in this urea. The boat wi'l
formal program with leadings, recita- leave the Floridian dock. Fifth Street
DBS and musical numbers were 1(d Alton Road, Miami Reach, at
I'roffeaaor Portnoff, June Levy. R:i-|4:(N) |>. in., ami will return at 6:00
kette Wolfe. Barbara Meyer. Ruth
Wolkowaky, Charles Goldstein, Joyce
Mrs. Mortis riant. Mr*. Harry Ncv-
-. Mrs, Gordon Davis, lira. Prank
Pnrlman and Mr*. Jacob H. Kaplan
for their very .capable management
and arrangements for the delicious
Purim supper, which was served to
all those present.
An Informal Purim spirit prevailed
during the Sunday afternoon celebra-
tion at the Temple, and Ihe enter-
tainmenl. costumes and jovial atmo*-
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
who will be featured at a concert at Beth Jacob Con-
gregation. Sunday
to bead thia large fraternal body.
Mr. Sliaync. who has been a resilient
of Miami for the past sixteen years. Refreshments were provided by Mi*.
Taking part In the musical program
were Canton Nathan Wroobel, Ber-
eft. Retainer and Alea. Drucker. Ar
riving in Miami for tin* event weie
Mr. and Mr*. J. D. London and fan
ily of Detroit Mr. I. .1. London of 1 >
troit, a grandson, Theodore of Detroit
All members and friends are >*>r-
dialls invited to attend.
Pearlman, Isidore Margoli*. Joy Sini-
onhoff, Rosemond Rubin. Louis Wolf-
-hi II, Elaine Blmonhoff, Billy Cohen
Wallace Biachof, I.ois Xcvin*. Mar-
jorie Herman. Carol AronovitS, Sybil
I'owen, Joan Raff. Phyllis Wilhelm,
Dickie Keldmnn. Jane Liobling, Mar
jorie Fisher. Lawrence Levin, Doro-
> Goldstein, Germaine Bonn and
many other children.
RADIO PROGRAM
Thi* Sunday afternoon. March 27,
Dr. Jacob II.Kaplan and Rabbi Co'-
man A. Zwitman will again pre-eni
a discussion of an iinimrtant Jewish
p. in.
Reservations at $1.00 per person
may be made with Mr*. Harry Rubin
or the Temple office, phone 2.TT4B.
Mr. Henry Morg.nlhau. Jr.. Secre-
tary "f the Treasury of the United
States, lias written to many of the
congregations in America, urging
ih.in to Inveal In United States Sav-
ings Honda. Just a* it was patriotic
during the World War to secure Lib-
erty Bonds, so i* a present investment
in government bonds an act of loy.ilt .
ami patriotism.
Write direct to the Treasurer of
the United Statea for further infor-
mation.
PASSOVER
CUSTOMS
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ditions and child labor, race preju-
dice among small town resident* and
the atrocities of NatJam.
Among the playwrights whose
wo k- are Hated are Valentine Katev
Sholem Al'icliem. Noah Klstein.
Mary Sing. t. Peretl Hirshbein, Sh.
Anaky, Lion Peuchtwanger, Louia
Golding, Prederich Wolf and Ferdi-
nand Bruckner.
Selecdon of the plays was guided
by consideration of their adaptability
to different types of stages and bud-
net restrictions, items which are gen-
erally appreciated by amateur and
little theatre groups in urban and ag-
ricultural areas.
"Anglo-Jewish Plays" may be ob-
tained from the National Service Bu-
reau at twenty five cents per copy,
payable in advance. This price cov-
ers the cost of production and is set
to supply a large popular demand.
DENTIST
DR. R. S AKERS
DR. R. WILLIAMSON
DR. H. L. ANDERSON
CLOSED SATfcRDAT
Open Evenings by Appointment
Ph. 2-2131 1764 N. W. 36th St.
SOCIETY
RBOITAL TO BK OIVBN
Miss Shirley Levey, daughter of
Mrs. Bertha Berkowich Levy, promi-
nent communal worker, will be pre-
sented in a dramatic recital by the
Dora Rosenhoitsc School of Hnimiit
lc Art* on April 8rd. at the Black-
stone Hotel at 8:80 ..clock. Miss
Levy will be assisted by Bell Rippa,
vocalist, and Hortense Heckwitt. pia-
nist. Mis* l..vy"s selections will in-
clude "Bontsia Bhwaig" the Immortal
talc by Juilah Leib Peretl and scene*
from Funny Hursts "Hunioresque."
The public is Invited to attend. No
curds will be issued.
TO BOLD MBETING
The Sisterhood Cheseil Slid Kiiica
will hold their regular meeting On
Monday afternoon, March 28th at
2:00 p. m., at the eth David Tal-
mud Torah. All members are urged
be present as important businc** will
be transacted.

JUNIOR HADASSAH TO
PRESENT PROGRAM
Rabbi Column A. Zwitman will be
gnesl apaaker at the meeting of Ju-
nior Hadaaaah on Monday evening,
March 28th at Beth David Talmud
Torah at 8 : A skit, dance numbers and vocal
selections will be included in the re-
is president of the Governor's Club
of the Young Men'* Hebrew aaencia-
lion, a former member of the Board
of Directors of Beth David Congrega-
tion, a member of the local B'nai
B'rith Lodge, a director of the Junior
i Chamber of Commerce, President of
the Young Democratic Club, Clia'r-
inan for Florida of the Young D.-ino
erata for the campaign ami otherwise
very active generally in civic ami wel-
fare work in this area, lie la pres
idem of the Dixie Music Company.

SBFER TORAH IS
PRESENTED
More than a thousand resident
and visitors of thi* area attended
tin- ceremonies at Beth Jacob Con-
gregation last Sunda) night when a
Safer Torah was presented to the Con-
gregation by Mrs. Anna London.
Rabbi Mo*c* M.*clioloff directed tin
program and Cantor Maurice Mam
idles sang appropriate Paalma and se-
lections. The Sefer Torah was brought
into the synagogue h> the three sou*
of Mr*. London ami was greeted by
the Knbbi who met the procession
a* they neared the altar. The for
in.il presentation was made b) Er-
nest Ixtndon, grandson of the donor.
and the Scroll waa accepted formal-
ly by Mr. Harry Waserinan. presi-
dent of the synagogue. The tradi-
tional ceremonies were observed a*
letters were filled in by members of
the congregation who donated sums
to the synagogue tor the privilege.
Rabbi Abraham A. Kcllner spoke dur-
ing thi' evening.
Anna London, the donor of the Sc
fer Torah. and w.re served by a com-
mittee of hostesses consisting of Mr*
B, 11. London, president of Beth
Jacob Sisterhood. Mr*. J. D. Loudou.
of Detroit, both dnughti-rs-in law '
the donor of the Scroll and Mr*. .1
Tobin and Mr*. Harry Wllenaky.
.
SENIOR HADASSAH URGES
TREE PLANTING
Trees are planted in Palestine n I
only far comfort and beauty, but foi
such utilitarian purposes as retain
ing the rain water in their roots, hold
ing precious soil in place and tent
p. ;ing the heal of the hug summer,
The Miami chapter of Senior Hada*
sah would like to supplement its Jew
i-h National Fund Quota, and also
' raise some money for the planting
of trees in the "Roee Hell Jacobs'
forest in Palestine. It i* therefor"
-I .'ii-oi ing a card party at the Hole'
Rlackstone, Miami Beach, Monday
March 2Mb at 2.-00 o'clock. Otbei
i aid games are being arranged in
addition to bridge, and of course tl.....
will Is- door prises. Mr*. Harry Ru
bin is the chairman ami i* being as-
sisted by Mr*. Morris Plant. Mrs.
Frank Corel. Mrs. Samuel Sim m
hoff. Mr*. Harry Platoff. Mr* Jo*
eph Williamson and Mr*. Joseph II.
Coin n.
FOB AN ENJOYABLE
Passover
Blake Four R servationa
at
JOE RUBIN
Sea Breeze Hotel
Second St. at Collins Ave.
RES0NAABLE RATES
FOR THE SADER
Or for the Entire Week
Camp Wohelo for Girls
Iks mihs. from Washington. I). ('.: W miles from
Baltimore. Md.; in the heart of the Blue Rider
! Mountains.
NINTH SEASON
OPENS JULY 1st
information be pful to
you and your daugl
writ* or phonal
Bertha B:-r kowich Levy
OWNER and PIRECTOR
ISM S. W. 18th Stre. I
MIAMI. FLA
Phone :t HI.-.'
Can you afford to b*
NERVOUS?
Perhaps you could afford
those attacks of Nerves if you-
were the only one affected.
Tense nerves make you a nui-
'sance to everyone with whom
you come in contact. No one
likes you when you are Jumpy,
irritable and nervous.
N DR.MILES'|T
ERVIISlL
DR. MILES NERVINE has
been recognized as effective for
more than 60 years by sufferers
from Sleeplessness, Nervous Ir-
ritability, Nervous Headache.
Nervous Indigestion. Travel
Sickness.
DR. MILES NERVINE is now
available in the original llouid
form and effervescent tablet
form. You can get It at any
drug store In 25 cent and $1.00
packages.
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7V <; for In "h'r i"-'- T;"" ' aay, aoaac .;<--. maai ahai r.a:r.:v.
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HABONBT
A mixtnra of not and applet and
win*, in Imitation of the mortar with
which the laraelitea ware breed to
iimk* I.ink- in building th* two '" I'ithom and Ramaei for Pharoah,
HOI. II \ MOKH
The foul intermediary or "week-
daya" of the Paaaoeer (of Bukkot)*
' "'I. 'Hi. daya are aemi-lioli-
daj i, in thai all tha lawa >.f Pi.....rer
apply i" them but wort i nererthe-
I' permitted. In Palestine, durlna
n.,iI, thousand! of Jewa -till
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'.'nil* to ill.In
MATZAH
"I'nleavened bread." i. *.. made of
dough that haa not fermented. The
commandment ,Ex. 13:7) "I'nli
eil bread -In.II ',. eaten throughoul
the wren daya (of Paasorer.) ai'd
hall not be wen any learemd
bread. in thy bordera," follow-
upon the narratire whieh i- ii- ex-
mi. i Kx. li':.;::-:: 11 "Ami the
Kgyptiana were urgent upon the peo-
ple, tO ml t Iii-iii mil ,,f |||,. I.hi,I iii
MATZAH SH Ml RAH
Botadji obaereed matxab.") Thi
rery pioua ar not content with mere-
ly baking th* matzah in th* pri
|ad mami*r. but Inaist oa having tin-
grain itwlf watched during hurt
and milling that it be it .!:ir.
or learened. Some compromiae
I th* "Sii'inur.iii Matzah"
least for tbi Seder night.
MK( HIKAT HAMBTZ
s.-iin- of leaven." The B
injunction i- that "m. learen *h
-ii or found in your i........
ing Paaaorer. To accept the '
i meaning ..f thin
would imply thai oi m it
..f all lii< pastry, flour, >ugar,
fm that full week. Imaa
havoc would incur to the i
turer, wholesaler, or I.
'.:. The R
realizing that, reasoned that thi-
I !- the interpretation
n me. Said they: the verse pi
""'> Mich leaven .-i* N in "your
(namely. Jewish I possession." Hence.
if ii i wild t., a iJ.-nti'.-. i|. probilil
on in, longer obtains. This, then
became the prevalent practise, though
I with the utipulatini..... tacit
tuality. That formality still
-I... *-p*eially among (J
J. -.
MOOT HITTIM
il.it*rally. "wheat mon*> j.
I'aaaorrr. it in obligat..
every J*w arbo can afford it
tribute moi.e) to a fniHl .,ut
th and other Paajaofcr ae
roi iaW for th* |*>-.r :.!
- known a. M.
.risinally each family
4 /..:h and all that a
"wb*at."
NISAN
ir-t month of tb* yeai
th* Hibl*. in it |
renth ,
D .ir preaeat day calendar.
orei extenda from tb* l.'ti, .[,
__ i .- moMk.
PKSACH
Prom tha Hebrew n.t. n..
r.i-- am," "t. spare." T |
leaignatea both ti.* "pauachal
and th* holiday PaaaaWCr
:i that lamb was aatrlfli
eaued "pttaawrer"
Dtemoration "f the final mir
Egypt, wh*n th* angel of .1*:,- .|,B
every first-born among th.-
-- d over the Ii ...
]-..: litea.
PR8A4 HIM
S I a Talmudic tr*ati- .
with law< of hametz.
'h- paschal lamb, work on p
- il iggadah. etc.
PKSACH SHENI
- ond Peaaeb" also call-- !'-
ach Katan" lamall Paaaovi
ng Temple daya, tha Paaaovi
could b> off.-r*d only by
who were ritually "clean." I
ever, one were "unclean" I
d a dead body. et.-.. | or
from Jerusalem during the
then he could bring h -
......ml Passover" >2 th
14th "f Iyar I the following D
It wa a apecial ixistponem-
an : gency caaea.
SAMARITANS
To tbia rery day th* Oamaiilam ia
small handful of half-Jews in N i ilo-.
formerlj Sbechem. PaJaatJael -'.ill
aacrifice th* paacbal lamb a- *ai
dona m Temple time*. Tb.y .
a number of lambs and take th
Ml Gerizim itbeir Templi- M
'I "- a o offii iate are dress i in
prii : t-. T.-nis are ;
- .ur Marred. At iun>
place. Tb* la
:. then roasted ia
re a abort service I a.-.
proceeda to
in great baste I
Paaaorer i:* I
Jewa "i uabed' "to
Aft. i. ri,.- bonea and
assembled and I >wn
ii nothing t
- "ii u i thua pre* i in
the I-
SEDBR
Lit. ii-.i. i of service." It
term u-.ii to di note thehome
n ihi and second nighta '
Passover. The Seder Service
difficult tn describe, aince it i-
glonieriiii......t many element-. Per-
haps it in :,,|- i bat very reason. '
- impression upon
understanding! that the Qentile I sell generation, and never fails t.. it
icki after Pesaeh. Sin**, how-
ever, it i much i.....'umbersome foi
'"** Jea i" perform auch transne
tionn individually, the next step war
power one personusiiallj thi
Rhbi to net r* iiU.,.t f,- ,M,. ,,,,,.
community. Then naturally nil the
"hametz*1 could not actually and
be sold, ao it became what ia
known as a "legal fiction," ih.it
formulitj "in anirit" more tha
I he Scdi i may be characterlxi !
in.I haphazard tri|. tl
Jewish history bj way of the
I'-'.....': 111 i- cross lectl
Jewish life.
SHABB AT HA<0AD0L
"Tin- Great Sabbath.'- Nann
to the Sabbath preceding Pa*
Numeroua explanation! arc givi
the adjective "great:" 1. Beca -
the miracle apoken ..f in tin- Ml
"Uppoaed to have taken place
hiatoric Sabbath before the Exodua.
110th "f Xiaan.) a.....irding t" thai
account the Rgyptlana found
aelvea helpleaa t.. defend the "I
ii dlety ..f theirs, from its sacrificial
slaughtering by tha [araetitea; 2 B
ennaa of tbia Sabbath these la
ally a "great," i. a. "long" aervice
in the aynagogne, owing to the spec-
ial sermon or lecture of the rabbi
dealing with laws of Paaover. 8. B
' in the Haftorah for tha' 9a
bath there is the vena "Mai.
which apeaka of the great day af th*
Lord : "Behold, I will send you I
the prophet before the coming of th
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FRIDAY, MARCH 85, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAlf
PAGE NINE
T
ORAYNOO
"OUELIGHT"
BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER. EDITOR
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
;U2 HARWELL STREET ORLANDO, FLA.
I Gran Darin. Muriel
Ouirt Steinberg.
I
Leibman an4
i
S-rvices at S:15 p. m. Sermon by
Morris A. Stop"How Jewish
njs Influence Human Ctaarac-
i.
>;
i
w
, I .IM CARNIVAL AND SEl'DAH
_\. a fittiug climax to the week's
.< commemoratiug Purim was
j jrim carnival held on Sunday.
h 20th. The following were
;-d prizes for their costumes and
:,. : Miriam Koitleman. Sheldon
item, Bobby Gottlieb, Bill
Florence Kottleman, Zeigler
. Roslyn Damus, Carol Jacob.
.1 Colubers. Miriam Shapiro. The
r.ity wishes to thank the teach-
i | The Religious School for their
operation and class work in
ing the various beautiful
Special thanks to Mr. Mor-
ri LaBellman for decoration and cos-
i Mrs. Bertie Weiner for her
Sbu-:.an Village prize winning booth,
Mr Naomi Berger for her Queen
boith. Mr. Morris Haimowits
Mrs. Loujs Jacob.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
'!' Jewish community acknowledge
, \> lb thanks happy birthday contri-
- from Mr. and Mrs. James J.
| Oti-ville. Buck County, Penn-
i. Miss Elaine Klepper, Mr.
v Becker and Mi-s Roslyn
I'ROFESSOR FEl'ERSTEIN
I.ECTIRI.S
lessor Richard Feuarstatn of
liollini College will deliver two out-
-landing lectuns at the Adult Cul-
ture Series, sponsored by the Youth
Forum of the congregation. PrOfeS
sur Feuerslein's first lecture will be
Sunday evening. April 3rd. on tae
subject. "SpinozaGod Intoxicate 1 I
Mind." His second lecture will b ,
on Sunday. April 10th. at S KW p. a.,
on the "Baal Shem TovGod Intoxi-
cated Heart."'
Professor Feuerstein is an outstand-
ing student of literature and wii\ no
doubt, present brilliant analysis of
these two personalities in Jewish his-
tory. The entire community is urged
to set aside these two night* to hear
Professor Feuerstein. Mr. E.i Haim-
owitz. scholarship pianist, will pre-
sent some classical numbers aad Rabbi
Morris A. Skop will deliver resume
of "Jews in World News." Admis-
sion to members of the congregation.
J.V : others. 35c.
PASSOVER COMMrNITV SEDER
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Con-
gregation If preparing to sponsor a
pub?ic community Seder on the Fri-
day evening of Passover. Reservations
can be made with Mrs. Ben Salomon
president Of the Ladies Auxiliary.
There will be a children"* Seder on
the Sunday of Passover week.
I'NITED JEWISH CAMPAIGN
Under the direction of Uio local
lodge of B'nai B'rith. the Orlaudo
Jewish community will participate in
the United Jewish Campaign. The
hearts of all Jews have been deeply
touched by the tragic plight Of tallow
Jew* Throughout the world. The least
thai tiny can do is offer some finan-
cial help to the starving children iii
Poland and the German refugee chil-
dren b-'iii;; saved from Germany an.I
being taken to Palestine. Evciy Jew-
is urged to make his contribution by
sending a check to the Synagogue of-
Hce for this purpose.
Among the out-of-town gue>t*
will attend the marriage of Mns
Prrerzman and Ralph I.utxk SuxUy
are: Mrs. B. Lutxk. MUs Mary Lutxk
and Harry Lutxk. of Atlanta. Qa ;
Harry and Herman LssrJafc, al I'.- t
ran. lia.. Harry Kupper. of Havana.
San J. Lutxk. of Philadelphia : Mr
and Mrs. Charles Peretxuian. Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Schwartz. Mr. and Mr*.
Harry Cohen, Mrs. Sam Gershon.
Mis* Rose and Janie Qershoa. all of
Miami.
Strictly
Confidential
SMOKE RINGS
iCoatinued from Page FIttI
given him by the natives of the Su-
ian. While Paul Muni ..-
Vienna be earned the undying grati-
- .:ute and ameaplaTed
a n k] -"aging a revivai of I -
;laying the leading role and
turning the ppoeeds over to the
needy stage-fold.....That was m
addition to a healthy cash contribu-
tion.....And some weeks befor-'
iaaaakaj entri of Hitler, .
THIS AND THAT
As a historian Dr. Salo Baron, the
eminent authority on the Jewish past.
-- MM strange things,
but we'd like H call his attention to
a premature announcement of his
own demise which ippean oa iace B8
of the tow to-called "Who'i Who la
AiiH-rican Jewry". t>n thai paj*
appear! I line reading : "Baron. Sal \
A large attendance marked the
fifth annual Purim ball given by th-
Women's Auxiliary of Temp'..- R
doph Sholom Wednesday night at the
Davis Islands Country Club. Mr-. A
M. Wolfson was general eha
I by Mrs. Morris Bennett, Mrs.
I. Began, Mr.s Hack Patbaaa, lira.
Milton Schwarti. Mrs. Mauriiv Stein.
Mrs. Ben Brown. Mrs. Irvir,
bury. Mrs. William WotfSoa, Mrs I
Simovitx and Mrs. Fred Perlman. The
ticket sales were in charge of Mrs. N. "< IVoeased. See IMS edition." .
ten want their women
T> be like ciga:
Just so many, all slender and trim
In a ease.
Waiting la a row
T- he selected, ><: aflame, al I
When their flame has d
irtM.
, More Fastidious M
P i fat womt. puts,
Itjsea are more exelusive.
!.. better an.l lam longer:
If the brand is good.
Xfcaj aren't given away.
I Men ttoai a
Like pipes
\ becooM more attached to tbeta
they boCOBM '.
W the flame is burnt out
. still look after them.
Knoch them gently
i But lovingly >
And can for them always
No man shares his pipe.
L, Marcus. Mrs. I. Wohl. Mrs. A.
Berger and Mrs. Joseph Wohl.
B.
THE WORLD'S
WINDOW
MtUi'lim
Tampa Notes
\>r. and Mrs. L. S. Opi>enheimer
. Saturday for a week's visit in
mery. Alabama, with their
r. Mrs. A. Haas.
h Lutzk. whose marriage to
M Koge Peretzmau. will take place
y at the Tampa Terrace Hotel.
nor guest nt a stag party given
Oolumbiu Restaurant. A gift
, resented to the honor guest.
present were M. J. Kasriel.
- Finmnn. Sam Verkauf. Milton
Roger, Arnold Argintar. Earnest
and Jack Morris.
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Rachelson and
f'.n. Daniel, Jr., returned from a
three month's stay in Nashville.
Tenth, where Dr. Rachelson did post-
graduata work.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Peckett lnst
Sunday announced the engagement of
i heir daughter, Denn, to Al Mensh.
of New York and Fellsmere. Florida,
-on of Mr. and Mrs. Max Mensh of
Fellsmere. The wedding will take
place in the near future. The bride-
elect is a native of this city and was
graduated from Hillsborough High
School and is an active member of
the Tampa Chapter National Coun-
cil of Jewish Juniors and Junior Ha-
'lassah. Mr. Mensh was born in
Spencer. West Virginia, later coming
lo live in Florida.
Miss Rose Peretzman. bride-elect,
was honor guest Sunday morning nt
a breakfast at the Cricket Tea Room
when Miss Deua Peckett, Miss Doris
Magid and Miss Esther Jenkins en-
tertained. A bridal motif of green
and white was employed in the decor-
ations nud a gift was presented to the
honor guest. Intimate friends of the
honor guest were invited.
Mi Deua Peckett. brides-elect, shared
honors at a supper party nt which
Miss Sallye Finmnn was hostess.
Those invited were: Mesilames. A.
S. Finmnn. Ben Finmnn, Oscar Fin-
man. H. Peckett. L. Peretzman, B.
Lutsk, of Atlanta. Ga.. If. J. Kasriel.
Jay Markowita and Misses Annie
Annie Snlvnggio, Victoria Poller.
Florence Al.raniovitz. Ruth Finman,
Ruth Simon. Doris Mngid. Esther
Jenkins. Toby Katz. Helen Peretz-
man. Helen Friedman. Helen Arono-
viiz. Minnie Gordon. Alice Gordon
and Ida Qutkin.
Mi-- Rose Peretzman. bride-elect,
was guest of honor at a party given
by the National Council of Jewish
Juniors Tuesday night at the home of
Miss Helen Aronovitz. Guests in-
cluded Misses Minnie and Alice Gor-
don. Henrietta Waterman, Ruth Sim-
on, Geraldine Rosenberg, Dcna Peck-
ett, Esther Jenkins, Toby and Rose
Katz. Sallye Finman, Ida Gutkin.
Ruth Rutkin, Delia Rosenberg, Han-
nah Isaacson, Florence Abramovitz,
(Continued from Page Five)
ment of Mr. Gerson and those whom
Therefore Governor Lehman had to
Bnawar are not determined hbertar
hna; they are not proponents of more
democracy and of a wider freedom. I
shall not characterise them more
closely. Doubtless they are sincere
and honorable men. Doubtless the]
moan what to them seems the right.
But they are not the forces of liberty.
of tolerance, of flexibility in the per-
sonal and political life of men. Subtly
ami unconsciously they are allied to
that which they sincerely pretend to
themselves to be combatting. It is
for the Jew to use his brainswe
w.-re once supposed to have someto
see unerringly that today, todayI
do not say in 1917any alignment
with anyone who represents any of
the contemporary dictatorships, right
or left, black or red. is undemocratic.
un-American, un-Jewlsh, a frightful
risk and n portontious example.
Do you want Fascism here? Good.
Just appoint Communists to public
office. It's not a theory you are o
fronting. It's an historic situation of
matchless trnnsparaney and imminent
danger. The united libertarians of
AmericaJews and Christians
should apply a little moral discipline
to the unbelievable frlvolouanesg Of
such gentlemen as Mr. Isaacs. Dem-
ocracy doesn't need extra and gratui-
tous betrayals Into the hands of its
enemies in this year 1988.
A new organisation calling itself
"Famous Names" has been forme,! in
Cincinnati to track down the origin
of your name.....For a fee of two
bucks you can get the complete his-
tory of your family monicker.....
i That much publicized "Jewish night"
on the Canadian Broadcasting Sys-
i tern has fizzled out. The whole
' program consisted of a coup'.e of Rus-
sian folksongs which some one tried
to palm off as Jewish. Strang-
est scene in New York'- St. Patrick's
Day parade was the picture of B.
t'harnev Yladock. majority leader of
the City Council and business mana-
ger of the Socialist Jewish Daily For-
ward, marching with the sons of Erin.
.... The whole city council paraded
as a unit......Willian Randolph
! tit ippoasd to be a great news-
paperman, but apparently he
read the papers Thoroughly enough. .
A couple of weeks ago all the 11
papers launched a campaign for a
nationwide brotherhood day In re-
sponse to a suggestion made in an
editorial under Hearst's name.....
lie got the idea from reading about
a Brotherhood Pay program in San
Francisco, which wai reported in his
Frisco paper. And talking of
Brotherhood, wa have just learned
thai among our brethren we may
nnmber none other than Conde Nast.
the famous publisher of ritzy maga-
zines.....It seems that he comes
Of an old French family. But
that's one of the things cartoonist
Cecil Beaton didn't know when he
tried tO sneak those anti-Semitic
drawings into Vogue, a Conde Nast
magaaine, last month. .
POT-POURRI
Strange, the logic used b yPr.
Weismann. Ha doaan't like Dr.
Wise'l anti-Partition policy, but has
. the head of the pro-
jected American committee for world
it politics, to ha established
here. The American Zionists at*
sending a committee to Soviet Ambas-
sador Troyaaorsky with petition
asking for the release of a number of
Zionists still reported la jil la the
Soviet Union.....With Austria
Nazi and CowhuslaiahlS in danger.
the exiled German authors like ThOBS-
i Mann, Stefan and Arnold Ewaig,
Franz Werfel. etc.. etc.. will have
their works appear directly in Eng-
lish, with no Gorman edition whatso-
ever.....
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FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE ELEVEN"
YOURS TO OWN--YOURS TO SERVE WITH!
TEES LOVELY TABLEWARE WELL
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BE YOUR PROUD LIFELONG POSSESSION
Truly Such An Amazing Offer May
Never Come to You Again
BEAUTIFUL 6-PIECE UNIT OF
A. ROGERS A-1 PLUS SILVERWARE
absolutely free
for every New Subscription
or only 99c
with coupon for our old subscribers
COMPLETE 6-PIECE UNIT
With a Written Guarantee
Contains: 1 SALAD FORK
2 TEASPOONS 1 SOUP SPOON
1 DINNER FORK 1 DINNER KNIFE
(Solid HandleStainless Steel Blade)
6 Beautiful Pieces------Pure Silver Plated Rich
Lustrous SILVERWARE That Beautify Your Table
Something You've Always Wanted
Beautiful Silverware! All women love Jt ... but few women own it.
Picture vour table set with rich, lustrous silverware. Picture serving
your guests with the famous ROGERS SILVERWARE! To the thous-
ands of women who have always wanted this we have an announce-
ment of srreat importance to make. The Jewish Floridian, through the
co-operation of Oneida, Ltd., makers of ROGERS SILVERWARE, now
make it possible for ALL women to own America's Standard of Table-
ware Excellence. No longer need you envy other women, no longer
need yon just hope for fine tableware ... but you, too, can now enjoy
lovely ROGERS SILVERWAREto enrich your table, to evoke the
admiration of your guests.
Heavy QualityGuaranteed Without Time Limit
"This beautiful Rogers Silverware Set, representing a complete table
service for one person, in the smart new Encore Design, is made and
guaranteed without time limit by that world famous silversmith,
Oneida Ltd. This excellent quality ware is heavily silver-plated to
extra standard grade on the finest 18% nickel silver base, and in addi-
tion has an extra plating of pure silver at the points of greatest wear.
These points come at the back of the bowls of the spoons and at the
back of the tines of the forks. Should any piece of this high quality
silverware ever fail to give satisfactory service, we will replace that
piece absolutely Iree 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 COimon^ddr ^ fiL fe
Jewish Floridian. Imagine 6 pieces of ROGERS MLVEBWABE for
only a little more than you would pay for ordinary silverware!
Women all over town will jump at this opportunity because it is un-
usual indeed! We urge you, too, to act on this offer, for it may never
ome again! Start saving your coupons now!
No Limit to Units You May Obtain
There is no limit to the number of units you can obtain. You can
obtain service for one or the whole family. So make sure you obtain
a new subscriber for the Jewish Floridian or take advantage of the
low cash offer accompanied by coupon. The Jewish Floridian is
anxious to make new friends. That is why this offer is being made
possible.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
P. O. Box 2973, Miami, Florida
Please enroll as a subscriber for one year for which 1 enclose
two ilollars.
Name ...................................................
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(You are to forward me one unit as described, free of charge,
fnr mv services in obtaining this subscription.)
for my services in obtaining
FOR OLD SUBSCRIBERS
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
P. 0. Box 2973, Miami, Florida. .. ,,
I am enclosing 99c and this coupon as an old subscriber of your
paper, for which you will please send me one unit of the sil-
verware described, to
Name ...............'...................................
City ..................................*.................
Address ...........................'.....................
(Mail Orders 15c Extra) _____
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