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The Jewish Floridian ( April 1, 1938 )

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wJewislh IFIIoiricti<3i in ^ QOSSIMK Yffie Jewish HJmuty VOLUME 11.—NUMBER 13. I Jewish Organizations Will Aid Refugees MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 1, 1938 Washington, D. C, (WNS)—Gratified by the wide acclaim among foreign governments to Secretary of State Hull's proposal for the creation of an international governmental committee to deal wit hthe problem of racial, religious and political refugees of Germany, Austria, Italy, Spain and Russia, the State Department arranged for conferences with American Jewish organizations to determine the extent of the financial aid they can extend to provide passage and maintenance for the Jewish refugees to be admitted to this country under the jilnn. Reports from foreign capitals indicated that the plan would be accepted by most countries. Qreat Britain. France, Holland, Belgium, Ecuador, Brazil, the ns who cannot find work and earn a living now." Meanwhile, Representative Martin Dies <.f Texas, an opponent of liberalized immigration laws, called on Seertary Hull to consider a proposal made by Dies several years ago to set Up an international committee to aid persecuted minorities in Europe by settling them on undeveloped lands in Paraguay. He recalled that he had Introduced a bill some years ago to this effect after being in touch with Paraguayan interests who informed him their government would welcome such colonists on the land. Among the organizations that have expressed endorsement of the Hull plan and pledged their cooperation are the Federal Council of Churches I of Christ, the Joint Distribution Committee, the American Jewish Comj Mittee, the American Jewish Con-. gress. the. OBT Federation, the B'^ai B'rith, the Jewish War_ Veterans, the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, Un,' ion of American Hebrew Congregations, the National Association • for the Advancement of Colored People, the American Committee for Christian PRICE FIVE CENTS JEWISH PUBLISHER OF MAGAZINE CHALLENGES AMERICAN JEWRY TO SELECT JEWISH LEADER TO DIRECT BATTLE AGAINST HITLER AND ANTI-SEMITISM (By HARRY NEWMAN) "I cannot say how the truth may be. I say the tale as 'twas told to me." —Sir Walter Scott Where is that great Jew who could today MUM immortality? Where, among all the great Jews of the world is that one who. for his race, will cease apologetic docility and stand forth in shining armor, the six-point ed Star of David upon his lance as well as upon his shield? Where is that great Jew who will lift his voice and say to his people: "We are in the gravest danger in the history of our race. Not danger of extinction; that can never be. But danger that the world will soon believe we cannot and will not fight back. The time is come when Jews must attack as well as defend The writer of this page springs, with hut one generation between, straight from the soil of Ireland—the North of Ireland, as well—so that neither his race nor his religion know current criticism or attack, except upon the isle itself. This is written that we might make it clear we are not asking another to remove an axe from our own neck. Jews, the time has come for you to fight. Too long you have left your explanations to your religious men. This will not do since the world accepts their statements as a part of their job. You need some great figure to step from the ranks of business, or the law. or finance, and lead your legions in attack. fan you not see how the world would gasp and admire and applaud, if. tomorrow morning, the newspaperof the world should announce that a Justice Brandeis had resigned from the Supreme Court of the I'nited States with this statement : "I have today tendered to the President my resignation, that I may devote the rest of my days to puncturing the silly twaddle of Hitler, who maligns and crucifies my people? Or if a Bernard Baruch should say: "I have long ago made all the money I need ; for years I have not tried to make more. I have given my counsel to government and to business, but from this day hence I renounce every activity except to strike back, and to lead my people in striking hack, against their enemies?" Or if a Herbert I-climan should say : "It is a great honor to be the Thief Executive of my great State, hut it is a greater duty and a greater honor that I undertake today, to join in battling my people's enemies?" Or if a Henry Uorgenthau should say: "Today I leave the cabinet of the President of the United States to say to the enemies of Jews everywhere in the world that until my last breath I shall spend my very energy for the sole purpose of destroying their calumny and slander?" Jews, add To Ihe great virtues of which your race possesses—love of home, loyalty to friends, love of parents, and the guarding of your children—the virtue of willingness wholeheartedly and unashamedly to wngf war. and aggressively to demand that you be understood for what you really are. Too. too long you have let the world believe your humility is fear. Thnt is not true, so stop it now. In thirty days, under such a leadership, you can make Adolf Hitler the most ridiculous man alive, and in six months you can see him rein.iv.(1 from the leadership of the German people by the Germans themselves. You can make the world, which does not measure itself by its worst elements, stop measuring your race by yours. Of course, you have to clean house. But who doesn't? There are had Irish, bad English, bad Americans, bad people of every kind. You have furnished fighting leaders for every other people and every battle for the right since your race began. You have made Jewish names respected and revered in every cause but your own. Then' are among you many who could fill this role of Leader. One of you must coiiie forward: and on that day you will find that the love that has been experienced in the communities and in the nation for the great Benjamin f'ardoza. for Howard I.oeb. for Jules Ruche, for Felix Warburg, for the Rosenwalds. the Strauses, and the thousands upon thousands of others, will he multiplied a million'fold. You Sulzbergers, you Sterns, you Blocks, you Anneiibergs; roll your mighty presses into the teeth of your petty attackers. Fight. Jews! You don't need armies and navies. You need only a fighting leader, to mass behind him the great intelligence and ability you already poswess. to make a mass attack. Fame beyond the power of man to measure waits for such a Leader. If this is effrontery, it is first a Prayer. —Copyright. 1088, by The Judge. Reprint by special permission. Editor's note: The author is the publisher of The Judge, and Is a nonJew. Jewish Congress Sets Senator Norris Backs Italy Rejects Hull Dates For Democratic Anti-Nazi Boycott Plan For Refugees Elections In June Roumanian Baptists Are Persecuted London—In spite 0 f the indefinite •'•"•i""* 1 '"' of Decision No. 47S1, which would dissolve all their churches. Roumanian Baptists are still experiencing persecution in some districts, according To reports reaching here. Out of about a dozen cases which have been reported, several have occurred since the beginning of the month, when the operation of the Decision was again suspended? The Baptist Church at Baba Novae in the Blhor District, was closed down on .Man I, 7 because no authorization from the Minister of Cults COUld be produced. Actually, the authorization, issued earlier, had been confiscated by the gendarmes. At Colet, in the Severing district. Transylvania, the church was closed on March 4 because of the absence of un authorization. The Baptists were unable to do anything because the Minister of Cults is not issuing authorizations to Baptist churches now. Earlier incidents Include several cases of personal violence. Church members have been arrested, books of the churches confiscated, and religious services interrupted by the. arrest of the preacher. Baptists in several places have been denounced as Communists. It is alleged that sometimes the arrests are made, or the people of the village are incited against the Baptists, by priests of the Orthodox church. Baptists have been told that the obstacles in the way of their full recognition are the absence of a Statute and full statistics. But the authorities have given them no opportunity of discussing the articles of the statute Baptists submitted to them in 1985. Tindemand for %  list of the names and addresses of all Baptiata and their children which has been made upon them has been made upon no other denomination, it icharged. SAFER TORAH TO BE PRESENTED New York. (WNS)—Election of delegates to an American Jewish Congress by direct individual ballot will be held on the evening of June. 25th and on June 26th and 27th, according to an announcement by Congress headquarters. Tho Congress also announced that the administrative committee of the world Jewish Congress will meet in the United States for the first time early in the fall in connection with the first session of the Congress to be elected in the June balloting. Both meetings will be held in New York City. In a call to American Jewry to mobolize for the election and to unite for defense of Jewish German refugees, the Jewish People's rights, the Congress declared "it does Committee, the American Committee not suffice to confine responsibility Appeal for the Jews in Poland, the for Jewish destiny within a circle of Refugee Economic Corporation, the an interested philanthropic leaderWashington, D. C. (WNS)—The anti-Nazi boycott gained an important supporter when United States Senator George W. Norris, last survivor of the six members of the Senate who voted against the declaration of war in 1917, declared himself in favor of a popular boyoctt against Japan, Germany and Italy. In an interview published in the United States News, Senator Norris said he believed the American people would be justified in boycotting aggressor nations. The Nebraska Senator asserted that such a movement could be undertaken by the people, not by the government, and "no complaint can be made." American Society for Racial Tolerance, the Zionist Organization of America, the United Galician Jews of America, the North American Democratic Hungarian Federation and the National Council of Young Israel. In Cincinnati the B'nai B'rith announced the establishment of a national commit tee to assist iu carrying out the Hull plan. ship" and revealed that events in Austria have led to a united Jewish front in this country "at least in connection with what is to bo done immediately to meet the latest manifestations of destructive Fascist action." The Congress stated that "certain agreements have been made" and "a program of political intervention has been devised and agreed to." 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. Rome. (WNS)—Because of Italy's friendship with Germany, the Italian Government will oppose the American plan for an international committee to aid refugees from Austria and Germany and has already so advised the American embassy here, it was reporteil in authoritative quartan, It was said that Italy rejected the plan for fear Uf offending Germany. YOl'TH AUTAH TO AID AUSTRIAN JEWISH CHILDREN New York (WNS(—Negotiations for the transfer of Jewish children from Austria to Palestine have been started by Miss Henrietta Szold, director of the Youth Aliyah movement, according to a cable received from Miss Szold at Hadassnh headquarters. During the past four years Youth Aliyah has settled 2,130 Jewland in .'."> cooperative colonies and three trade centers in Palestine. New York (WNS I— Yeshivo College and the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Biminary celebrated the i 125th birthday of Rabbi Elchanan by I ordaining -7 new Ortbodil rabbis at i the annual graduation exercises. The men who received their 'smicha'' were from the United States, Canada, Europe and Palestine. A Safer Torah or Holy Scroll will be presented to the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation by the Habanoth Club of Miami at the synagogue 1540 S. W. Third street. Sunday evening. April 3rd at 7:00 oe'lock. With the Boy Scout troop acting as guard of honor, and members of tho club acting as ushers, the Safer Torah will be brought into the synagogue to the accompaniment of music. Mr. E. Albert Pallot, one of the officers of the congregation will preside during the traditional services. Following the formal presentation of the Torah by the Habonoth Club it will be formally accepted on behalf of the congregation by Mr. H. M. Drevich, president of the congregation. The prinicpal address by Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will follow and. then the filling in of the letters in. traditional manner will begin. Rabbis of Greater Miami will bring greetings from their congregations, and musical selections will be given by Cantors Nathan Wroobel, Maurico Mamches and Louis Hayman. Music will be played by the Jewish orchestra directed by Mr. A. Bramson, Refreshments will lie served by a committee of tho Ladies Auxiliary of the congregation. A cordial invitation is extended to all members and all Jewry to attend these services and ceremonies.



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIPIAU rRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1938 MVRRIAGK MPTIALS ANNOUNCED The marriage of Mis* Mjra Goodie w,ky. daughter of Mrs. Jeannett G H eatrj of Brookline. Mass.. and :-.-.i Beach, to Aaron Farr. s.^n of Mr s_! Mrs. Harry H. Farr. of M. ami. took plac last Sunday coon at < the Nemo hot*', with Rabbi Mil ff.ciating. Miss Sally Goodkowsky. sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Mr*. Samuel Magid was matron of honor. The bride was given in carriage by her uncle. Samue'. Magid. of Providence. R. I. William Farr was best a. A wedding dinner followed after which a reception for several hundred i -:. took place in the lounge of Mr. and Mrs. Farr if ft .. :.ig B t by boat for Havana and interior of Cuba. After May 1 .'.! reside at 7S5 Meridian Are.. v. tari BcJ.-h. %  g the out-of-town guests were tbic-groom's sister. Mr? M efOt of Forest Hills. Long IsI: Mr* Ruth Sohleaager of New -i. Miss Dorothy Magid and IrrI Missd. Providence: Miss Claire Farkts. la*tKes apart. Pa., and F Q Tsr:... of Havaana. • • • MMBM IS ANNOUNCED Mr*. Morris Malaaaa of Lc.i'-t V. ;ttta.n. announces the engagement Pudyi IsabeUe. H D^vic WiUard Jacobson. of >!.. Bead the marriage to taie atM in I -• riag. II --Frte-iniin is tie c-'y ( | MM F-. i-i" ani tie latt tsFmnj. If! SOCIETY • >: • V* .V5 FURNITURE ; ".M.A'B'KE.T -'fWflfflSI'HWE34V32 FOK AN BN JOT ABLE Passover Make V -.K KI JOE RUBIN Sea Breeze Hotel Second St at Collins Ave RESONAABLE RATES FOR THE SADER Or for the Er.::re Week +Mr Friedman. She graduated fr.tn the pnblie echoo'.i I C. ttanooga ar.i lei Ohio Btata Dalmrilj. Of lumbu*. She is a coloratura soprano and ha* sun* witi tae Little Theatre Opera company and the Orator.I in New York as well as appearing on many radio programs. She coachei tataf the last winter with :i Warrenrath. Mr. Jacobson. a native of Buffalo. is the SOB of Mr. and Mrs. Harry | Miami Beach, formerly 'of Buffalo, an', attended the school '; of law. being graduated from the Cni:' Southern California. • • • NEW YORK CANTOR TO CONDIXT AT RETTERS HOTEL T. • BittH and La F'.ors Hotei? P ret week. tereka te ft* Baste wul 'uducted in the beautiful Hotel Bitter --ra %  Bate the direc[ Mate Brsverman of New York. Special Passover delici. • : I thai hotel is :' will be serrei. and ever(florl il I : It te mak"..day a I I the leilta. Because of tie limited cs; -i are urgei :: make • • • RVBRI \DDRESSES JTXIORS Higaligbriag the procraai K tM Hadaaaah meeting M > %  ley ; was an address by Rabbi A Zwitman. His took was %  T't.e Preaaat Dilemns tfal lances wetp r e—tea* by P • ;;y '"tenter and Erelyn Greenwall. Irma Berr.steiti gare rea-dings. The program was followed by an open Boaae. Taaiar Haiassab is entertaining at its a: I DM r's Dinner on Sunday h at tie Five Dancing wi; Do rratJoaa may be made lataatini lite Hana Mack. -=itt t -"" •• wUd all be held ii it %  by Beaior and eatta E C":b t-i -' w;'.; % %  •%  • %  --: = -. ie ed i %  M lift of B HOTEL EVANS TO HOLD S.ADER SERVICE* ReT. I. Fialkow, prominent eaatot I conduct the serrices both nights of the >a-ier at the Hote. Uleed Beach, according to an noetnen; by the management. Beeerratjoai are now being taker.. A real Peeoow spirit will prerail. Plans for impressire traditional 8e; dorim ritael obsewances indude a dinner that will delight erery fuest. Tie real Passorer spirit will prerail. • • • MKMORIAL PLAQUE IS DEDICATED Tzi Markow;-.: Memorial Plaque :.gregation Beth David 1 by Barry Markowiti. a former presand octree member of the coniregetion in memory of his wife, Frh la Uarkewila. and his mother-in'.aw. Mrs Dora Cohen, was formally dedicated ket Tuesday night amidst { %  preoevf* eerrloee. Beth Darid choir charted the opening prayer which wai followed by a by Jack Au"he synagogue. K :.-; %  :' PJ'.~? by Babbi Max Shapiro, Mr L-is Weinkle. treasurer of the synagogue cd Mr. M. Baida D N I with several Utargteal selecM by Oearor Louis Hayman. Mr. %  farkowita then preeeated the plaque to the Ooi .. i in an address • x: lag the work of Mr. Markcwita, : iaque was officially accepted on beh.: the Ooafi a by Stanley C. Myerreceirexl froai memorin'. ii m ptiOBI affixed to %  que were pledged to tie work of tie Talmud Torah of Beth Darid. Rabbi Max Shapiro in an unusually impressive address told of tie lives of Mrs. Markowi a and_ Mrs. Cohen and commended the spirit in which tb" plaoaa was presented and the cooperative action of those who had the memories of their departed inscribed on the plaque to help perpetuate the living Judaism represented by the Talmud Torah. Mr. Markowiti unveiied the plaque and as the names of I -.'.••: were called by the i a member of the family lit the alongside the name. These lamps will be lit on the Yahrxeit each I % %  ..•'hanted the K i M ad thea Babbi' Shapiro I ret Hebrew nimro of all tad led in the tatioi K -" %  r % %  '.%  % %  •• B • • • TIDF* HOTEL TO REMAIN OPEN FOR PAIMf/EB Arr i-g open •' B %  i of Nrerf Ooka t Atianla eddti • laaata at a eel t^:_•-•=: will accept r meals 11 aeaai ateal Taeat d^-ir:-g %  atteni are srgei to make itntne-iiate -, Bader services will bo • both nights. e e e WINS PRIZE AW.ARD Daniel Taradash. son of the well known capitalist and communal worker, Mr. Wiiliam Taradash, won the 11500 award last week for his play. Thy Mercy" by the Bureau of New Play's. Young Taradash graduated from the Miami Beach Senior High School where he won State championfor orations and declamations. He attended Harvard College where '< he graduated in law. About to begin j the practice of law he decided to plays and this play dealing with %  --.cga of the poor won the -ward and was broadcast over the Mutual Br->a loasting System last U w m Taradash was chairman of the United Jewish Api peal for 1986 and 1937. RECUPERATING IN HOSPITAL lira. Btaaley C. Myers, wife of the president of the JewUh Welfare in the communal work of this area Bureau, and herself an active figure la a petieal I •> Jackson Memorial Hospital where she underwent an op'..'.-t Friday. M. L. MARCUS CO. O" :e S.st M end FurnKure Desks. Che ; r, Filee. Printing LOWEST C*SH PHICES ** •* c Pwat st P". 2-iet 4 "> v U/trlTFLflGLER KEIMEL CLUB at 37tkdrz_ ing to Mr. B. 0. Fogg, Jr., preaident of the company, no advance la prices will be made, and all those desiring to have these Passover product* are a.-ked to notify their route drirer in advance. • • • SPINOZA'S POLITICS IS SUBJECT '•Spinoza's political philosophywas the topic of Doctor Wolfsson'a lecture last Saturday afternoon before a large group of men and women who gathered on the lawn of 1059 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Dr. Wolfson read several passages from Spinoza's Tractatua Theological Politicus, a treatise on religion and politics, to show Spinoza's warm sympa1V for the individual and hie splendid defense of Democracy. In a time ,-,f tyranny and autocracy, Spinoza, eloquently defended democratic and liberal institutions against autocratic and monarchial statee. N'exa Saturday afternoon the group will meet for the fifteenth eeaeion of the season on the lawn of 1059 Collins Avenue. The topic of tie address will be "Sptnoza'a relationship to Judaism" in which lecture Dr. Woflon proposes to show that Spinoza did not break with the Jewish tradition. He simply rationalized the Jewish conception of one God. \v. Ineaday night from 7:30 to 9 :<*) p. m.. the Spinoza Group meets in die same place for the study of astronomy. All are welcome. There is ao id•i charge. RABBIS SUPERVISE DAIRY PRODUCTS Rabb: M I Met heloff of Beth '. r lbsm A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregate a. will the preparation of n'l dairy products including %  cream, sour cream, butter rage Cbaeae for the Passover supplied to its customers by the Land-O-Sun Dairy at Miami Beach. A mashgiach named by th* Rabbis will reside at the dairy where everything will be prepared beginning immediately prior to the Passover and during the entire Paaeorer week. Distinctive labels will identify the dairy products and will bear the fascimi'.e of the Rabbi's signatures. AccordDo You Own Your Home? 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TWDAY, APRIL 1, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wJewisti Horndiiar PUBLISHED EVERT PSIDAT p. o. Bu ifit PLANT AND OFFICE8 21 S. W. Second Avenuo Phones 2-1141; 2-1183 JLOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Manai*r rniumi Csurad a. aatond claaa matter July 4. IMO. at the Pet Offic at Miami Florida, undrr th Act of March I. 1879. '">•*. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUbIN Raprvaentativa WEST PALM BEACH MRh M. SCHREBNICK Rcpraaanaativa ORLANDO DORIS 8. HELLER Kprntativ TAMPA MRS. JAY MARKOWITZ HcpraaantMtiv* (ii Montha.. SUBSCRIPTION 0 Vaar _.._ -.. SIM It H PRIDAy, APRIL 1,1938 VOLUME 11— NUMBER 13. WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO? Throughout the: entire world Jewry is bestirring itself. tha sufferings of Jews in Germany is being more than equaled in intensity by those of Austria t he plight of European Jewry is getting worse daily. And so, moved by the humanitarian call of President Roosevelt and Secretary of State Hull, civilized nations of the world will Boon gather to devise ways and means of alleviating the plight of stricken Jewry and try to find a home, a refuge for them. The United States will offer shelter to many thousands and even the American Federation of Labor which has fought immigration for many years has endorsed the •President's call to humanity. Conferences are now being held throughout the United States, in which prominent Jews are being called to conference so that funds may be raised to weather this unparalleled and forced exodus of Jewry from Austria and Germany. On the eve of the feast of Passover, the celebration of another Exodus for Jewry, Jews will be asked to give, and give until it hurts to help their stricken brethren abroad. I Greater Miami which boasts of wealthy Jews, of Jews not so wealthy and Jews active in every phase of life, is sitting idly by and doing nothing. Our daily papers, the Miami Herald and the Miami News have editorially expresed their approval of the humanitarian call of President Roosevelt. They urge the rescue of our brethren. But what are we going to do? Where are our so-called leaders who have not even moved a finger, or taken a single step towards preparing now for the inevitable call to duty. Shall it be said of Greater Miami Jewry that non-Jews are concerned with the plight of our stricken people abroad, but that we Jews care not? If ever there was a need for concerted action the time has now come. Jewish leaders, those who we know care for their people should bestir themselves. Synagogues, organizations, both men's and woman's should appoint committees and prepare for the work that will soon be theirs. Let's not wait. FOUNDATION CEASES SCIENTIFIC WORK NVw York IWXSI—Lack of tolor%  '"' %  •• Mini freedom of thought in conntrim ru'ed by regime* which have pouted "keep oul" signs against tln> InqufxitiTC and questioning mind Dlnkr it "profitless" for the Rockefeller Foundation to continue opera,""n in those countries, Raymond B. l'usdiik, president, declares in his annual report. In a sharply-worded 'I'minciation of Nazi and Fascist as%  aults on the freedom of scholarship "id learning, Mr. Fosdick. without mentioning any country by name, asserts that "disinterested research cannot survive in an atmosphere of compulsion and repression." Pointing out that the Foundation'* aim since the beginning of its activities 2."> years ago has been to maintain its work "on an international plane without consideration of flags or political doctrines or creeds or •ecta," Mr. Fosdick declares that in recent years this ideal has encountered serious difficulties which are increasing. lm ••objective icholarahip l poaathle only where thought i" free—and freedom can exist only where there is tolerance, only when there are no 'keep out' aigna against the inquisitive anil questioning mind. Disinterested reaearcli cannot survive in an atmosphere of compulsion and repression. It withers under the efforts of governments to impose uniform ideologies and to circumscribe in the interests of a dominant regime the area of intellectual liberty. Particularly in the broad range of subjects covered by the social sciences, and in the humanities as well, the world has recently witnessed in several countries the progressive disintegration of creative scholarship. This phenomenon has naturally affected the pro gram of the Foundation. In some fields it is now profitless to go where we formerly went. "We find ourselves stopped at some frontiers—not because the frontiers have any greater geographical significance than they had a few years ago. but because be|ii;id them the search for truth byeager and skeptical minds bus been made impossible." noiaA, By HARRY SCHWARTZ •Jt'NIOK "Y" ELECTS OFFICERS Election of officers took place at the last meeting of the Junior "Y'' at which time Hymnn Merlin was elected president. Ray U. Shochet. vice-president • Ethel Pont, recording secrtary ; Rosalind Bymon, corresponding secretary ; Robert Kaplan, treasurer; Gerald F.lkin and Aaron I'inkus, program co-chairmen and Beatrice Merlin, parliamentarian. Aaron I'inkus was appointed chairman of arrangements for the installation affair to he held shortly. The various chairmen will be appoint, .1 next week. All boys and girls from the ages of 10 years and over are cordially invited to attend the regular meetings of the Junior division which are held every Monday evening at K :30 p. m., at the Y cluhronnis and to participate in the activities of this organization. Has been one of the most active members of the organization since its inception, lie was instrumental in starting the building fund which has grown to great proportions, was also a member of the committee which rented the "Y" elubrooms and later helped the purchasing of this same property. Although he isn't holding any office now on account of business reasons, he very seldom misses ;i general or board of directors meeting. As an athlete he has been instrumental in keeping the "Y_" diainondball team on top. Nat has been ranked with the leading first baseinen in Miami and has captained the "Y" to many victories. Space doei not permit me to go into detail relating the many fine deeds that Nat has rendered for the organisation but those of us who are on the inside regard Nat as one of the main hack bones of the "Y." He is married and hits one dauiaJitcr. Charlotte. Fs a member of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, R'nai B'rith and Friendship League. I. M. H. A. TO SPONSOR JEWISH ORCHESTRA The musically inclined youngsters of this area will he afforded a greater opportunity than ever before to further their musical talent. Mr. Abraham Rramson, organizer of this orchestra has been given the complete backing of the Y. M. H. A. in this work for which the "Y" is to be complimented. Mr. Rramson who is well known in this area for his annual concerts, was born in Lithuania, January 22. 1877. Came to Miami fro mPhiladelphiu in 1021. Studied the flute at the music settlement school of Philadelphia and has played locally with Caesar LaMonoea's band and also Waiter Grossman's orchestra. Any boy or girl between the ages of 14 lii 18 is welcome to participate in the weekly rehearsals which are held each Wednesday at the Beth I'avid Talmud Toiah. Members of the orchestra are Miss Ethel Pont, secretary, Louis Katz. Sherwood Lavine. Miriam Freed Nathan Aronovitz. Rose Osmnn, Fiv I crick Oroaaman, Lona Gt.thman, .1 >• eph Itulliin. Sidney Goldstein, Har riet Palmer, Samuel Schaffer. Ruth Shapiro. Jack Mendell. Rosaline Simon. Walter Falk. Norton l'allot, Alvin Chain. Frances Katz, Frederick Friedman. Myron CoWen, L. Feiuherg. Robert Geistand Howard Lcvine. DR. BARNEY WEINKLE TO MANAGE TEAM Dr. Hartley Weinkle, one of Miami' most prominent physicians will be in charge of the Y. M. H. A. Win Iliail team for the 1038 season. The first practice game will be held this Sunday at Flamingo Park starting at 2:00 p. in., with the Civic League team under Carl Gardner as opponents. The increased outpouring of players seeking a berth on the "Y" team has caused the officials to decide on having two teams represent the "Y." Jules Wilson will again return as water boy with Arthur (peewee) Itlatt as his assistant. NAT lll.l MII1:K(. s BIOGRAPHY Continuing the round of biographies of charter members of the Y. M. H. A., we give you Nat Blumberg, watchdog of the "Y" treasury. Nat was born in Savannah. Ga., January 23. 1006. Received his education in .the Savannah public and high schools from which he graduated with high honors in 1023. Was the first treasurer of the "Y" and held that responsible office for four years. AIJIERT 0. REISMAN'S BIOGRAPHY Another charter member of the Y. M. II. A., who played an important role in the success of the organization is Al George ReJaman. Al was born in Atlanta. Qa., June 12, 1912. 1 Came to Miami in 1826. During his grammar school days was outstanding in basketball, baseball and football in which sports he earned letters. Is I a graduate of Miami Senior High School. Has served on every board of directors of the "Y" since its Inception and is presently finishing a term of two years. Assisted as cochairman in the rental and leasing of the building which the '"Y" now occupies. Was first Recording Secretary of the Y. If. H. A., and was active in many "Y" functions as chairman. Has played basketball, diamonilball and volleyball for the Y. M. H. A. Was the first member of the organization to be married in the "Y" elubrooms. and very proud of the fact. And "Y" not? Y. W. H. A. TO SPONSOR BOAT RIDE Wnxtra. Wuxtra. that which you have all been waiting for. the annual Y. W. Moonlight Boat Hide party trill be held on board the good ship Ben n Seas on Sunday evening. April 24th. starting at 0:00 p. in. If yon and your friends have noticed the splendor of the Miami moon the past few weeks you won't want to miss this affair. Bring your wives and sweethearts. but above all be sure and be on board this moonlight cruise. Only n limited amount of reservations will be taken so hurry and get yours in today by calling Miss Ida Engler. RABBI TIES BILLY ADOLPH AND ETHEL DIAMOND On Sunday. March 27. William Adolph look unto hiins.lf Miss Fthel Diamond as Ma bride. Miss Diamond is a member of the Y". W. II. A.. *ZoI Zion Mit Glick. In the spring a young man's fancy turns to love; answering the call is former secretary of the Y. W., who none other than Miss Janet Knrasik. will become the bride of Mr. Charles Plough, of Brooklyn. N. Y.. on May 1st. 1038. Congrats. MOLLY ENGLER WINS HONORS. During a recent International contest Miss Molly Engler was awarded the 60 Universal Pin and Certificate in the International Society for Business Education, for speed, accuracy, neatness and endurance in typewriting. ABE BERKOWITZ GIVES DONATION The Y. If. H. A. was the recipient of a most useful gift presented to them by Abe Berkowitz for the comfort of its members. Ask Abe about it. SOCIETY RETl'HN FROM CONVENTION Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler accompanied by Mr. and Mis. Harry Zukernick returned Wednesday from Nashville, Tenn.. where they. together with Baron de Hiracfa Meyer and Mrs. Badyc O. Rose, represented Miami at the Southern Regional Conference of Welfare and Federation organizations. West Palm Beach The It'nni B'rith Women's Auxiliary sponsored a rummage sale all last week except' Saturday. Proceeds of which went to the milk fund of this West Gate school. The dinner dance which was held On Sunday. March 20th. under the auspices of the B'nai B'rith ldg ll-4*>. proved a huge success, there were over three hundred present. tin Sunday, March 27th. n double installation took place at the new Palm Beach Hotel, The Ladies Auxiliary and the B'nai B'rith Lodge 1140. the Installing officers were: elms. Wax and Snm A. Goldstein. Preceding the installation n buffet upper was served. A very inspiring m'k was given by a Rabbi from Cincinnati mid Cantor Haymau rendered two solos, one In Hebrew and one in Spanish, which were greatly enjoyed bv the audience. Mr. and Mrs. I. /.akowitch. of Brooklyn. \. Y.. and Palm Beach, •save a card party at their home on Worth Avenue. Palm Beach, for the benefit of Beth El "Cong. Proceeds went toward the building fund of the Talmud Torah which will start to bo erected within the" next few days, planfor which have already been completed. Free Calendar Is Offered to Jewish Floridian Readers We have arranged with H. J. •Heinz Company, the 57-varieties people, to continue sending the 24. year Hebrew English Calendar to those leaders of the Jewish Floridian who request it. If you have not yet received the calendar, you may still obtain a HARRY SMART TO CELEBRATE Harry Smart, caretaker of the Y. otherwise known to his many friends as "Curly Top." will be honored with a party by all the divisions of the "Y'' in helping him celebrate his 70th i boithday. All members of the "Y" If you want to l


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^fc^i^^rf^-'i^ti" Iff1 PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLOMDIAN. FRIDAY, Ag BIL 1, 1938 I CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi 1029 N. W. lit Street Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES The late Friday evening service? wiU be brought to a close one week from this coming Friday. Shabbos Uagodol, the evening of April 8, -will terminate six seasons of late services for Rabbi Max Shapiro. Services will be conductd by v Rabbi Shapiro end Cantor Louis Hayman assisted by the Beth David choir will chant the liturgic melodies. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject "For the Sake of our People." SABBATH SERVICES Services are held every Saturday morning at 8:30. Immediately after these adult services, the Junior congregation meets with Howard Schwartz Harold Shapiro, Jack Mendell and Stanley Hayman conducting the prayers. We urge the parents to bring their children this Saturday and next for with "Shabbos Hagodol." (next Sabbath) we will bring to a close the junior services for this year. Come and participate in our service?. TALMUD TORAH We were delighted to see the fine registration nt the Both David Tald Torah. We sincerely trust that many more parents will have the intel: --nee not to deprive their children of tiieir cultural heritage; but at least give them the opportunity to master tb fundamentals of our Tast religioa and culture. Our Hebrew teacher has begun to teach the pupils about the Passover Haggadah and ritual. Let your child attend at once ; so that he may absorb the significance of our great feast of liberation. OUR RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION AVc are fast approaching the end of the school _year for our Sunday School. We urge regular attendance until the end of the semester if you desire to participate In the dosing events of our school and be registered in the higher class of our institution for next year. Remember: Our annual picnic, this year will be M v 22nd, closing and confirmation • x.: ;%  i will take place May 26th. N ) child will be permitted to participate unless he attended regularly and %  llHM LOUIS HAYMAN. Exec. Sec. 149 N. W. 5th Street Phone 2-5574 MARKOWITZ MEMORIAL PL\QUE With deep gratitude, we express our feelings to Mr. Harry Markowiu for his splendid presentation of a large "Markowits Plaque" in memory of his belored wife. Frieda "Markowits and •her-iu-law. Dora Cohen. During the order of memorial service held last Tuesday night at our synagogue, the presentation was made by Harry Markowitx and twenty-one names were duly dedicated and inscribed on the ploque. It is the expressed desire of Mr. Markowitx to secure additional names to complete inscriptions on this beautiful bronxe plaque. Remember in addition to the fact that the beloved ones are immortalized perpetually, the "Yahrzeiten" observed religiously, the "Xaer Tomid" (everlasting light) over the plaque lit continuously, the sum of money accrued goes toward the maintenance of our Talmud Torah and in Jewish law "Talmud Torah K'neged Koolom" "Study of Jewish law has precedence over everything." We have space for additional names to be inscribed. Should you be inter: ested to preserve the memory of your beloved ones, please communicate with | Mendel Scheinberg. chairman of plaque committee. 2-1723 or phone 2-1473. HAZEL TOV Our congratulations to Mr. and Mr*. H. Clein af the birth of an in; fant daughter. Pauline Ann. May she grow up "li'Chupa Uli 'Maasim Tovim." We add felicitations to Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz at the birth of an infant son. May he grow up "li'Mitzvos. li'Chupa Uli 'Maasim Tovim." Our heartiest "Mazel TOT" to Mr. I Mrs. Harry Farr and Mrs. Goodkowsky at the marriage of Aaron to Myra last Sunday afternoon, May you both enjoy a life of happiness, prosperity and longevity. A SPEEDY RECOVERY May the Almighty grant a "Ref:iali laema" (complete cure) to Mrs. ley C. Myers who is nt the JackMemorial Hospital. May, (such a splendid young woman of Israel) M Myers, recuperate speedily and kith and happiness. DR. ABRAHAM WOLPSON Founder and leader of the well known "Spinoza Group" at Miami Beach. LIZAECHER OLOM IN MEMORIAM Naphtali Hertr ben Tisroel (husband of Anna Greenfield) 6th Niesan; April 7th. Gittel Leah bas Arrohom (mother of Louis Musnick) 7th Nisslh; April 8th. Shloma Aaron ben Shmuel Elijohu Holevi (father of Ch. Leveston) 9th Niaau ; April 10th. Soreh bas Dovid (mother of Mrs. J. Bettlin and Mrs. S. Haas) 15th Nissan; April 16th. Shloma ben Zner (father of Joe Markowitz) 17th Nissan; April 18th. fruma Brocha bas Yaacov (mother of Mose Aippa) 21st Nissan; April 22nd. Zolman Yoel ben Yehuda Flolevi (father of Joe Weintraub) 22nd Nissan : April 23rd. Borah Rochel bas Yisroel (mother of Meyer Schwartz) 23rd Nissan: April 24th. Basyoh bas Chalm Hirsh( mother of Lillian Stone) 23rd Nissan; April 24th. Feiga Chaya bas Nochom (mother of Lawrence Sapero) 24th Nissan: April 25th. Mendel Yosel ben Gershon (brother of Mrs. Meyer Schwartz) 24th Nissan : April 25th. Mager Yosef ben Avrohom (father of Isidore Brown 1 2t>th Nissan: April 27th. Yisroel Moshe ben Dovid ?father of William Perlmani 2Sth Nissan: April 20th. The Tnhrzeit candle i lit the evening before English date mentioned and the observance begins nt that time. "May tiieir souls be bound up in the bond of eternal life." fl R udy Vallee To Be Flagler Track Guest The Brrol Flymi tropfcj rare which will bo the ninth rare ou ,1 "' c,,^ of 12 racei feature* the program t the West Flagler Kennel Club tonight The famed morie star "ill pn u tropfaj to the owner of the winning dog. With only eight more nights of the 90 | ; meeting remaining the Indlare thai nil records will be broken at West Flagler this year. .,,;. crowds haw hem attendnig nightly. Both the attendance and play hare exceeded lastyear. (>n Monday night Rudy Vallee will present a trophy to the owner of the winning dog In the Rudy Vallee trophy race which will be the ninth race ou the card. Vallee brought record breakitg crowd! !•• Flagler last year and another enormoui crowd is expected to greet him this rear. All attendance records are expected to be broken when Errol Flynn appeara. He will be the first outstanding movie star to appear this year in Miami. Flynn starred in the Prince and the Pauper, nlso the Charge of the Light Brigade. Hi" latest picture a $2,000.000 technicolor production, the Adventures of Robin Hood, is said to 1* one of the greatest pictures ever produced by Warner Brothers. West Flagler was extremely fortunate in obtaining Flynn, who will only be in Miami four day-. Flynn hapromised to address the crowd from the judges stand and will probably autograph picture* for the fan--. Theae pictures will be printed on the programs. West Flash !„. reached by motor within ten minutes from anywhere in Miami. Bus.... leave Burdlne'i at ten minute InIs, The fare is ten cents. Celebrate THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS la the Traditional Manne: Services Conducted by Rev. Berele Kelemer Early Reservations Suggested Tel. 5-5881 Loutf Adler Management VICTOR OccurDrive at 12th Mi-mi Beech O. A. ROLLINS Candidate for County Purchasing Agent. DENTIST DR. R. S. AKERS DR. R. WILLIAMSON DR. H. L. 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FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1038 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN fiem, wimiWFmi&WMllWk PAGE FIVE %  H FEATURETTES +— THE WORLD'S N + By LUDWIG LEWISOHN Hebrew University To Observe 13th Anniversary The sudden brutal blow of tinceotimate cross-roads of choice arguing, quest of Austria has changed with unAt iiiis terrific moment Cbaim sampled spaad the aepeet of the i>oWeinman was forced to. open th %  litical world. It is now UIK1.-I-SI.MM1 ,,,,.,'tin K of tinActions Committee III %  ,, last that the barbarian is at th.j.„,„|, in wi ,,, ., fitter and grief-stricktalcs of civilization ami that he must ,.„ arraignment of th position, of be stopped if we arc to survive. .\\1 11 ,-i/,i, 1 „i sl totee* ..f assimilationville ObamberHaa and bis Tory friends is f(11 .,.,. s wWcB played ;,„„ t h,handi bare hail to cease their t-vil plasj of lf ,„„. op po nen ts, which eauftraaed ,-buffering with Hitler; firmly .l.-t.-ilhl ( (1 |„„j„| ..ffj,.,. |„ j, s pmsiiu.-iiy. mined to defend its freedom despite WB | C |, s |„ w ,.,l up the pacification of the suddenly exposed flank of its nnPalestine, which iniiihBritain has) fortified Anatrian frontier; the nnal-| tate an ,| f miim v „„,i subordinate the i.-r democracies stun.I tense and awake overwhelming moral Issues of the sitabore all, Mr. Cordell Hull, our Beenation to small measures of mere rttary of State, has unmistakably I policy. Britain, >f "Pint, a group in win.-a ireacnei > blood h ifc, his way of life, his free' „,„„„ ,. .. £, is rampant—treachery out of small Coin, his people, the future ot Oil ., • „, ,_. pbantaatic fears ami unworthy selfposterity. Everyone except the Jews. I ; .. ..... i, seeking ami detestable desire not to Today, th.Hebrew University on Mount Scopus, in Jerusalem, will observe the thirteenth annversary of itfounding. Beginning in 1928 with one building, 'el students, a faculty of 80, %  curriculum of 1com-.in four departments, it now has twelve buildings, a rtudent body of over SAustrian revolution led to pogroms in Vienna. The sole good thing thai seemi to have happened to Jews in Austria in March was the promulgation of Pram Josef* constitution on March 4, 1849 granting Jews civil and political rights—bul this was short-lived. IT HAPPENED IN AUSTRIA Everyone except the Jewish people. That people stamls as it were ilazed. stupified. arguing, proliferating dull edgeleH words. How I am beginning to detest Jewish cleverness I How my heart sinks when a Jew cornea up to me with a light of intellectual, no. of psenedo-intellectual cunning in the eye and I see from his expression that he is bursting with the vanity of having found'a new argument, of splitting another hair that doesn't even exist. They used to do the same thing in Vienna. I have seen them with my own eyes and heard them with my own ears. Day in and day out, month In and month out. They twisted and ihey turned; they argued and they split hairs. In the city of Theodor Herzl. Instead of reading those plain clear forever irrefutable, forever proved and re-proved and re-proved opening pages ..f Der Judenataat which define once anil for all the character of the OalUth and once and for all point out the one thing, the iinnm neeeaaarium, to be done, they babbled Inutilities. Thej are nol babbling Inutilities today. Tiny are being crucified. Hardboiled American foreign eorreipondents, and American foreign c.rreslose an argument. We are Gra.-.-uli of the modern world. I haven't the space to explain that. A few will understand. Do you want to wait till a new world war is on and you cannot rescue at least the Jewish youth of Oermany. Austria. Poland.'Itoiimania? Or don't you want to rescue that youth at all? And if you do. what do you want to do with it? Biro-Bidjan is closed to non-Kussiuii Jews. The gates of all other binds are' closed except for a half surreptitious trickle. At least, as a humanitarian Jewish enterprise, how can you sahbotage Palestine today? How can you Stand arguing? Argil big sillily and slily : If there is a Jewish state, will some spiritual hooligan cast doubts upon our Americanism? He will. Don't worry. The spirital hooligan will cast doubt on your Americanism whether there he a Jewish State or not. Hut H OU stop your slavish arguments and re build Zion first in your hearts and then in the land of the fathers and rescue a great remnant oflsrael to dwell there, you will have done you bit to make the whole world. Jcwi %  '• The high calibre of the l'niveisiI n'. scholarship and the findings of its scientific departments are receiving increasing r e c ogn ition, its scientific investigations and research in the fields of public health, agriculture and the exploration of the nut ural resources of the country have cities called Judenberg, Judendorf. Judcnau, Judenfurt, Judenweis, Judenbof and Judenleithen flourished in the Austria of the Middle Ages. In 1871 the Duke of Austria expressly invited foreign Jews to settle in Vienna. The degradation of Vienna Jewry began immediately after .rinu von Schr.itt. closest friend and advlxer of Franz Josef. The chief financial backer of Lneger was Alexander Mandl. wealthy Jewish industrialist who had embraced Catholicangels of the Nazis in Austria is now ism. His son. Fritz, one of the ur..br arrest. Credit the editor of the Pittsburgh Jewish Criterion with a nifty front page. Dealing with the Austrian situation, he printed a map of Austria in a black border and caption. .1 it "We mourn the sadden death of this nation in the past week—Detail* of iipassing may be found on Page 4." The last conqueror to ent.-r Vienna in triumph before Hitler was Xapoleon—and you know what happened to him. OVER HERE The State Department has been making heroic efforts to save the life of Professor Sigmund Freud, whoso arrest in Vienna was on personal orders from Hitler. The fuehrer bates th.88-year-old father of payehoanalysii because be dhce wrote an article proving that Hitler is a paranoiac. The daughters of both Sigmund Freud and Bruno Walter %  re under Nazi arrest in Vienna, by the way. huviug refused to leave their respective families. The manager brought substantial benefit to Arab Austria was included in the C.ermon | of Hadio Station W.MCA in New lorlc pendents who have bad ... become ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ for ^ hard-boiled in recent years, are to f „,„ iri| „,„„ „ „„ shocked and wounded in their slow sensibilities by the outrages committed against the Jews in Vienna that a personal accent of horror is filling their usually hard and unfeeling columns. The Times bad a picture of Austrian Jews standing in line at the. Polish consulate in Vienna trying to set visas to go to Polan d s oa king to escape a bell ofblood and utter outrage and enter what now seems to be :, lesser hell of starvation and passive destruction. And all the while there are today great tracts of land available for immediate purchase in Palestine and it is an open secret thai the parsimonv of British immigration regulations into Palestine could be broken if nt smashed by thejjoral pressure of world-Jewry, above all by the moral pressure of American Jewry—and American Jewry, disgracefully divided into factions, disgracefully hindered by die-hards In high places, by snobs, by self-opinionated men with ugly, hard, vain little minds does not unite, does not rise as one people inspired by one faith and one hope and one goal, intent upon one eternally liberating act. It stands at the ul before and J.-w alike. While Hebrew 1'niversity's primary function has been as an educational and cultural center, with special emphasis on Jewish Studies, and as a haven for the Jewish scientist, scholai and student to whom but few d ors remain "open in Europe, it has also labored diligently to build an understanding of I-latnic culture and civilization among the west -rn races thru its school of Oriental Studies. B ith academic and adm'nietratlve members of the I'niverslty participate actively in the cultural life of the community. Scholars from oth r Empire. ... A Jew. Michael I.a-/.ar \„,< a sense of humor. ... He agreed Biedermann. provided the dowry for to sell the Nazis $1(K>.(XK> worth of the three daughters of Emperor time if tiny would arrange for equal Franz Josef, who emancipated the \ time over Cerman -tatious for antiJew-, always refused to ratify the ; Nazi broadcasts. ... Wonder if Walel.-ction of Karl I.ueg.r. the first an | ter Winchell's story about Russell ti-Setnite to be elected burgomaster of %  Muth. Central F.uropean editor of Vienna. Baron I.oiiis Rothschild p., x -Movietone News, is correct. whom the Nazis have arrested, is the It aeemi that storm troopers in Gergreat-grandson of Solomon Rothschild, many stripped him of all his clothes founder of the Vienna branch "f the and made him stand for hours in the family, who financed Metternich when bitter cold, threatening to shoot him that Austrian statesman was driven if he moved. • They did this on int.. ,-xi'e. ... It was Metternich two successive days, and tb.-n warned who Influenced the Turkish Sultan ),iui I( 1„more earefill about the to end the riotgrowing --nt of the movies he s.-n.is out of Germany. Damascus blood-accusation In 1840. .\t 17 Btate street. Sew York, a self universities have I n guest lecturers Th(i r ,. j; llin) j princess of Llchtensteln, elected Jewish leader is mobilising at Hebrew diversity: Hebrew 1'ni. hii rtny independent principality th -.....-ration of prominent Jews remit) has In turn been Invited to n ,„ L .,.,, ,„.,„,.,.„ Austria and Bwitserand Christians for a petition to tha t., foreign universi|>ml |g yA:> vii]| ,;,„,,„„„ daughter cnit-d States Oovernmenl about tha semi her scholars ties, including le versifies. ding American uii of an Austrian Jewish Industrialist. Austrian Jewish situation. One of the many Jewish lawyers unFilling an Indispensable place In i der arrest in Vienna is that Dr. Kraua Jewish life today, and contributing to who defended some of the Nazis .„ the enrichment of world scholarship rested after the assassination of DolHebrew University is well on its way to rea'ixing the high hopes >-f Itl founders. of the few prominent Vienna Jews left untouched by. the Nnais is the celebrated Fran KathAdd to the .-bain of eusai-FascisI outfits the American Patriotof Greenwich, Conn. YOl' SHOl'I.D KNOW There's a great deal of talk about cantoniaation instead <>f partition for Palestine in British official circles. There are rumors that Dr. Wcizmanns threat to resign is a warning not SO mn.-h to his Jewish opponents as to the British government, whieh might not be so happy with a l.-ss Britishreeling president heading tha Zionist Organization. There will be dynamite ii Governor Barle's addre < in Chicago on April Srd about the goInga-on In American eonsulateaj abroad. People were beginning to ask what happened to the statues of Haym Salomon which were BUppos. d to be erected in Washington and ChiCagO. The Associated Press pulled n boner in reporting via Warsaw that Max Reinhardt has been refused permision to leave Austria. The impresaario is sunning himself In California. Some kind of precedent wn set when the cantors' union picketed a Philadelphia synagogue. -V National association of religious journalists to wh'ch editors of Jewish papers are eligible is in the making. Did you notice some of the names used by purchasers of Irish sweepIContinued on Page Eight)



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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLOBIDIA N CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES IVESCHELOFF. Rabbi 32€ J-f^r-:n Av-nue 'Phone 5-1328 &f MAURICE O. MAMCHES. Cantor 726 Merioian Avenue •Phone 5-2013 DIVINE SERVICES Dailj at 7.00 and 8:00 a. m., from p >:-15 p. m.. Friday evening Fri.la.v evening nt 5:45. Saturday morning at 7 :(N) and at 9:00 a. in. SABBATH SERVICES The Friday late services were conclnded last week when Itnbiri Mescheloff spoke to an overflowing andienee on the subject. "I^ft us See Things Through." This Satmday morning Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "Modern Plagues." At Shalosh S'oodoss lie will discourse >n thr nor%  II cf the week. Cantor Mann-hes will assist in the services. SISTERHOOD The Sisterhood will hold its monthly meeting this coming Monday. April lili at 8:00 p. m„ at the synagogue. Mrs. Harry Marcus will leak on "Mother." Cantor Maurice Manichcs will sing. Mrs. Benjamin H. London, president, promtBe* ;i must enjoyable evening and an I .• resrJngj program. All members :m urged to pome and bring their friends. The meeting is open to all. HKBREW SCHOOL lit fresbments were served to all children of the Sunday sessions last week by Mrs. Lewis Green. Preventions for Passover are the wheel .if the day in all Sunday and daily Hi brew School classes. Parents, don't fail to send your ehil.' n n to Hebrew School now. Von *V.t see the fruitful results at your Si der. ^ A public Seder will be presented together with the promotion exercises of our Hebrew and Sunday Seined on the second day of Passover, April 17th in the afternoon. More about this at n future date. ORGANIZATIONS The Hahanoth will hold its regular meeting next Monday evening nt 7:00 o'clock. Miss Malvina Weiss will speak of her recent trip to Tampa, and the interests of our Kdncntional system in Florida. Mrs. Mescheloff will also be present. The Roy Scouts will meet Tuesday 'evening at 8:00. The Oirl Scouts will n t Wednesday evening nt 7:00. The Young Juden will meet Thursday evening at 8:00. Boys and girls Interested in joining any of these groups can appear at thesynngogue at that time for information. The Junior congregation will conduet its Sabbath service Saturday morning at !l:0fl under the direction of Mr. Lewis Green. The Sisterhood will serve refreshments after the service. The Young Men's Group will conduct their Minyan Sunday morning .it !>:!' a. in. After ihe service breakfast will inserved by the SisterhOOd. Past Week's hostess WSI Mis. Silver. RADIO HOI R This Sunday aften a al ":-10 p. in.. Kahlii Moses Mescheloff will speak on "Passover. Symbol of FreeId..in" nver station VYIOD. Cantor Mamehes will sing appropriate melodies. Pisten in. I SEA BREEZE HOTEL TO OBSERVE PASSOVER Mr. Joe Rubin of the Sea Breeze Hotel announces that they will remain open for the entire Passover week anil special Suder services will be conducted the first two nights of Passover, with a well known cantor in charge. Reservations may be made for the Sader nights or the enlire week. RABBIS OIVE SCPERVISION Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff are in charge of the supervision of Kosher Passover dairy products at the Seaboard Sanitary Dairy operated by Louis .Taeobskind and his son, Max, which will be. supplied to their customers nt the regular prices, A complete line of sweet milk, sweet and sour cream, butter and cottage cheese will he Identified by the signatures of the Rabbis. • • Bt'ILDING OPERATIONS BEGl'N The Southern Kosher Sausage Factory, Inc. which will produce Kosher delicntcKHen for the State of Florida, "•ogntt building operations last Tuesday at their plant, 828 \. W.Twenty'ir-l Terrace. As as the addi'"'"'• and re It-ling are completed the machinery will he installed. / SOCIETY KOSHER PALESTINE WINES HERE An unusually fine and varied assortment of aged Kosher Pasover Cartel wines direct from Palestine is being distributed locally by the Manhattan Beer Distributors, Inc.. to Mores in the Greater Miami area. In addition to the Carmel wines which • • a niguatiires of the Palestinian Rah %  •• :iinl the late Rabbi Rook 'he company is distributing a line of fine California "Montora" wines both sweet and soar in Port. Tokay. Muscatel. Malaga. Sherry and Haut Sauterne, prepared under the supervision of Rabbi G. Katzman. of Ssn Francisco, Pal., and bottled in Miami .it the warehouse of the Manhattan Beer Distributors, Inc., under the supervision of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff ASS0VER C.MCllW* 1 SlNCI MATZO llM*" 1 = **£& ssovt* /'THE AIATZOM WITHTHE TASTE AND OTHER MATZOH PRODUCTS u.HOROWITZMARGARETEN NtW YORK. N.V. dividual and d communi/ nt the Bath I DISTRIBUTOR s 2N s F S^ S UGARDISTRIB UT0RS Miami, Flonda MIAMI BEACH RITTER'S HOTEL LA FLORA HOTEL Collins Avenue at Thirteenth Street MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW FOR PASSOVER HOLIDAYS Sader Services Rendered by REVEREND ISIDOR BRAVERMAN ATTRACTIVE LOW RATES NOW AND FOR PASSOVER Northern Resorts: Ritter's Hotel, Lakewood, New Jersey Bitter's Ocean Royal Hotel. Bradley Beach N J DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED YOU MAY ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS DAIRY PRODUCTS Strictly Kosher for Passover Under the Supervision of RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF 0' Beth Jacob Congregation Miami Beach 1 RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER GRADE **3vr8Kfir CREAM-SOUK CREAM-COTTAGE C HE FSE AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICE NOTIFY OUR ROUTE MAN OR PHONE US 1 M, AMI BEASTFGA PHONE 5-5537 *-*~V



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'*'--, yjUDAY, APRIL 1, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN r BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-9548 MIAMI Either or both of the Rabbis will'be In the Temple every morning. ,y consult with them on matters concerning the Jewish commu. [, or your personal problems. Yon will be assured sympathetic and advice.* and, needless to say, each matter will be held In • -nfldence. FRIDAY NIGHT — MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS — PAY NO VISITSGIVE NO PARTIES — GO TO TEMPLE RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D. 6996 Albacore Drive—6-1265 MIAMI BEACH SOCIETY RECITAL, TO FEATURE SHIRLEY LEVY A dramatic recital featuring Shirley Levy, daughter of the well known communal worker, Mrs. Bertha BerkOWleta Levy, will be presented at the Kliickstone Hotel, Miami Beach, by CONGREGATIONAL, Regular services will be held at Trtn|>l<' Israel, this Friday evening, April 1st, 1988 at s : l"> p. "> %  Rabbi Column A. Zwitiniin will speak on the mbjei-i "The Olean and the Unclean i ii Civilisation." jfervircti will be conducted by Dr. Jirob II. Kaplan. TEMPLE Ml S1CALE S inday evening. April 10th, ileligbtful inusieal program Bill in presented t" Temple members, Histerhnod members and their friends !' fessor I l'ormciff. with the ll0 .• mice of Mana Zueeii. T proceeds of tliis concert will go piano fund of the Temple IsKterbood. This fund has al,,:i aided by %  concert given months ago by lira. Hannah Kvi lyn Raff and Evelyn The concert t" be given by or l'nitniii'f ami Mana-Zuoca i-cond of the series for this very worthy fund. Letter* have been sent to ininlc i-s %  I ib> congregation urging the support nf the project through the purchase if two tickets for the concert. Th %  few Marks PrufM ithe in his contribution of Sl.no for the piano club. Professor Portnoff and Msiia-Zuccs have assured as thai an array of local musical stars will participate in the program which will be long remembered by those who will attend. Tickets may be purchased at the Temple office or from the Sisterhood co-chairman of this concert. Mrs. Jacob II. Kaplan and Mrs. Leo Btein. SISTERHOOD MEETING On the agenda of the meeting ti> be held mi Monday afternoon. April 4th, ai 2:30 p. in., will be the election of Sisterhood officers for the enauing year. The nominations eommitte" Will present their slate to the an in hers, win, will select the officers for the organisation. The meeting will be pr led by i farewell luncheon to the outgoing officers, which will b e hel d at 12:30 p. ill. Reservations for the luncheon may be made ilh the Temple office, and with Mrs. Kaplan and Mrs. Stein. The price tnt the luncheon will be 50c per pei'Kon. TEMPLE HOARD MEETING The regular monthly meeting of the tickets are priced at BOc each, and we 'Temple Israel Board of Directors will believe that every member of the Tern| be held on Tuesday evening. April 5th .inil-ss of attendance at or al>I at K:00 p.m. All members are urged Mi,' li-iii. the concert should BOUd I to attend. B'NAI B'RITH BRIEFS 4v %  i! Imme las problem lions were • 111 to ill ting. %  gates to fifty percent of the officers a meeting at President Sunday to discuss siitne splendid made and will be Lodge at the next Fifth District Conon at Orlaildo the latter part of )! > iii soon 1M(nominated and elected. the IIIIUIAMT of delegates going lii Orlando art* entirely dependent on ittitude "V the members. by pat/inn Mini dues, getting other memtn pay Ibjelr dues ami a few new ibers, Shdlem Lodge will get the iitimi she is entitled to. will •lp. |uiz classes, 1 mean rclieiir begin for the degree team Pallet ays he'll produce. Will be lazy or will they really the beautiful ritual as it "be done? Of bm How iboul you Ben BrithsV Those „f you who can accommodate some -indents of the University of Miami at your Passover Sailer are asked to communicate with President Stone or Seerlary Friedman as soon as possible we believe you will enjoy their company and we're sure they'll enjoy being with you. Once more ICmii B'rith is in the forefront President Cohen "f B'nal B'rith accompanied by Congressman


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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISE FIOKIDIAN 1* Tampa Notes Miss Sybil Apatoff returned to her home from Miami Beach, where she spent three months as the guest of her aunt, Mrs. H. M. Barg. wore among th< m. Inn. "Hell Hitler." Bui %  ABOUT PEOPLE Xebudi M.imliim will IN quarter million ilc.lh.rv for hit (Willing t lii ^ Mason. Columbia pictures Dr. Sam Berpman, of New Orleans, is visiting his mother, Mrs. E. M. Bergman, of this city. The Auxiliary of Temple Rodoph Sholom observed Auxiliary Sabbath Friday night at the Temple. Mrs. P. Gotler spoke on "Jewish Women's Influence in the Community;" Mrs. W. Wolf son lead the responsive reading; Mrs. A. R. Berger read the Bible legbers of the H. S. D. Club were guests MO and Mrs. M. Stein, Mrs. A. Wolf0 f the fraternity. son, Mrs. I. Salsbury and Mrs. I. SeA. Z. A. HOLDS SERVICES The Tampa Chapter No. 811 of the Aleph Zadek Aleph conducted the complete services last Friday evening at Temple Rodoph Sholom in connection with International A. Z. A. Sabbath. William Ojter acted as cantor for the evening and read the service. : He was assisted by Sam Weber, who would be ready to paj him made Kiddush and the A. Z. A. choir tll ,,|„y the main role >" tl consisting of all members of the A.L ewIoI| „,Clifford Odeta' "Golden Z. A. Louis Morris, president of the ... fraterni.y, gave a short speech on the **•" Too bad If It's true, "Merits of the A. Z. A." Phil Haim"' *" ^wig Uwiaata ovit, chaplain, gave a sermon on hla entire collection "f art objeel "What I believe." Rabbi Adolph Jewish antiques on sale. I' Burger spoke briefly. Lehman, young ton ot the G The A. Z. A. has been meeting at of New York, is now an employee in the T. M. H. A. every Tuesday evenI the Wall Street firm of Lehmai ing. At the last meeting, the mem|... If some of yobr friends hi nit with buttons bearing the letters gal served as ushers. Sol Ketler, chairman of the athletic committee, has issued a call for all candidates for the A .'/.. A. baseball team to report to Washington Field, Sunday morning at 10:00 o'clock. Members expecting to go out for the team arc: Louis Morris, Lester LeihArgintar, Sam Berger, Willie Oster, ovitz, Howard Weissman, Sammie. Tloobb you will know thai thi j,ii l Hie Loyal Order "f Ha< Husbands, started on Lous Island by men drafted for Hadaasah sen their wives. We hope it's true that Justice Cardoaa is getting better so fast that he may return !•• thi bench in time for the Pall session. Did yon know that Prince Hubertus ZII I wensteln. the Catholic antiNazi whose ancestors include twelve Miss Rose Perctzman, daughter of I IZZ Z7 JZTT" m 7~J71*^ Mr. and Mrs. L. Pcreteman and Ralph Lutzk, son of Mrs. B. Lutzk, of Atlanta, were married recently at the Tampa Terrace Hotel, Rabbi Adolph Burger officiated. The bride was given in marriage by ma'id^^nof an/S'fss MaTLTzk l"'" *£*"* E"" JfTlfS ^"l emperors, also claims to be descended of Atlanta, sister of the bridegroom. Y£* !" i^J^JS^ JK *>"* "" Vi, ? H '""' ""' AronOTltj and Herbert Haber. The p rtaceM .„,. ,„, tMt wa to Cxe. I fraternity is planning to enter a „ s |, 1Villiifl h( ir V |enna home I team in one of the city leagues. Tlie "A. Z. A. Five" completed its 1937-38 basketball season with a victory over the "Lee Specials" at Lee Playground last Monday night. Sol Kotler topped the scorers with 11 points. JACKSONVILLE Mr§. Bernard Roberta and her ,. Urs. Edward Itobkin cntertained recently at a luncheon party in the lounge of the Woman'i Club honoring two ol the leaaon'a charming Bannah Beasie Harris and MIM Mary Prancea Lippman, ol ,| Mi 3< : o l; Bern of Boston, a visitor in the city. Guests included Mies Lippman, Min Harris and Urs, Sears and MisDaTia, Carol Davis and cobs, lire. Harry Pinkeli Mrs. I.. P. Lipi man, Mrs, Herrmi ii. Han i, Mra. H. P. Levy, Un. Max y tiruiithal. Mrs. Max N. Obcrderfer .lr.. Mrs. David Davis, .Mr-. David Nusbaum, Mrs. Lawrence M. Lippman, Mrs. Qabe Lippman, Mrs. Horaci Lippman, Mrs. Herbert VTeiaa, Mrs. Moratt, Mra. Israel I. Kaplan and .Mrs. Emma < isainsky. **&*?, *l*ll I I of honor were: Mrs. Horrm. ris, Mrs. H. P. Lev/ T^ lL. Seitner, Mrs. Kdwa'rd £** Mrs. Bernard Roberts and V ^ S. Hamniel. %  a Mr. and Mrs. HaakeJ 7A m ainiounce the birth of a son T March 82nd. 'man Mr s Anael Chc pnik ,,_ b, :: h """ m M.L Mrs. M.ixi y :-.'. Oberderfer, Jr.. and Mrs. Mazey Gruntbal entertained nt n last week in the home of the former on Old Oak Terrace honMiai Hannah Bessie HarrisSeated with tin hostesses and guest Mr. and nounee the March 14th. Mrs.' rC^ *!** imrly Miss Rose LsibovitS, The April Fool dame 0 f ... quire Club will be held | n „„. ,r* Washington Hotel begi„ nillg „ J o'doch Saturday night. Assisting Harvey Leltman, VrKn chairman, with Leonard BoaavZ? co-chairman, are: Julian j, B Arnold Silvcrbcrg, Be,, .\i„.| s ja "• inn Goldberg, Ellis Rats, w Dvoekin, Bobby Jacobs. Cawiaj RJ man. Donald Weiss, Milton Bate and Irving Sablow, in additui Miss Edith Wolfson and Hal I.,,„,,, bridegroom, was a bridesmaid. Harry Lutzk of Atlanta, brother of the groom served as best man. A dinner for relatives and friends was given by Mr. and Mrs. L. Perctzman after the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Lutzk left for n wedding trip to Miami and Cuba. They will be home April 3rd. been confiscated. Mrs. Ery Meyer and Mrs. Jules Bragin entertained Friday at a luncheon at the Tampa Terrace Hotel. Bridge and keno games were played during the afternoon and prizes were awarded winners of high scores. Visitors invited included Mrs. Gugenheim and Miss Rose Rosenbaum. of Richmond, Va., Mrs. Bilgore, of Brooklyn, N. T., Mrs. Jules Winston of New York, Mrs. Berner and Miss Garner of New Port News, Va., and Mrs. Arthur. Others attending were Megdame* Sol Maas, Abe Maas, Charles Jacobs. Sol Jacobs, A. E. Arthur, Raymond Meyer, M. Henry Cohen, Miirena Cohen, Joe Waterman, Stern Seraheim, M. O. Madder, Wertheimer, Binsinsnger, Ons Saekbaek, David Ziilonka. Leo Weiss, O. Stuart, Arthur Kessler, Jerome Waterman, Louis Stein, Isaac Levy, Louis Wellhouse. Ernest Maas, N. L. Marcus, Julius Annis. Maud Hammer, Morris Rachelson. Hiram Hammer, Daniel Rachelson. O. Z. Marcus, N. L. Marcus, O. Whitman and Miss Lilly Hammer. Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page Five) stakes tickets? "Zol Zein Mit Masel." "Chaiiukah," "Ten Unlucky K.'ipzuuiin," "Masel for ihe Wedding" DENTIST DR. R. S. AKE.RS DR. R. WILLIAMSON DR. H. L. ANDERSON Ci-OSED SATURDAY Open Evenings by Appointment Ph. 2-2131 1764 N. W. 36th St. SUGAR DIABETES SUFFERERS Send for a free booklet OTTO CISKY Leesburg, Florida The Finest of Kosher California Wines FOR PASSOVER Everything in Hebrew Religious Articles Rev. H. M. Kagan 267 N. W. Third Street Phone. 3-1430 FREE DELIVERY I Thrilling ^USA SLE Int eresting SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE Alligator Wrestling Every Hour N. W. 25th Ave. and 16th St. IN THE TRADING POST Indian Dolls Baskets Moccasins Rugs Blankets Alligator Bags — Silver Work 25C Admission Includes Everything OPEN TO VISITORS 9:00 A. M -6 P. M. Something Interesting to See All the Time *fe (£: i,^" 1<5S& "4 ;%  -. £' a MANISCHEWITZ^fci ENJOY A COMPLETE PASSOVER HOLIDAY nt the HOTEL EVANS Seder Services By REV. I. FIALKOW First Seder Nipht FRIDAY, APRIL 15 Second Seder Night SATURDAY, APRIL 16 Reservations Suggested GUIa n 1 PHONE 5-4611 Enjoy the recognized siinr, convenience comfort of the HOTEL EVANS Collins and 10th St. MIAMI BEACH Same Management as HOTEL EVANS Loch Sheldrake, N. Y. Why Suffer iMgt Thin H*—ary7 Dr. Mild* Anti-Pain h, R.liv Quickly DR. MILES ANTI PAIN pu Vou ^ J*£* m V tl U nfli'it fin PILLS were made for just one agaai. rarin to „ purpose-U relieve pain. Users V^mLES ANTI PAIN wnte tftt they "work like !" *5 ACHE, MUSCULAR, PERIODfective in ac> pr0mp t 'T* IC, OR NEURALGIC PAINS. 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JRTOAY, APBIL 1,1988 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAK JTAMJS 0UU ORAYNOO "OUR LIGHT" BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER, EDITOR CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA. RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP 1012 HARWELL STREET ORLANDO, FLA. Services 8:li> p. m. Sermon by Rabbi Skop: "Approaching another Passover." Children services and story hour. The following boyi of tha Bar Milzva Club will conduct the children's services at 10:00 a. m. Saturday morning. New initiates: Stanley Becker, Stanley Shadcr, Ansel •Wittenstein and Martin Landau. Rabbi Skop will continue his series of Jewish adventure stories. Girls are invited to the services. CONFIRMATION CLASS Confirmation Class of 1938 will eonsii-t of the following boys and girls i Julius Bornstcin of Clermont; Pearl Haimowit*. Mildred Haimowitz, Neil Wittenstein, Charles Shader, Louis Landau, Marian Hoffman. Ethel Blattncr, Sanders Kottlein;in. Tat Nadler, Oscar Tetenbaum, ami Norma Wittenstein. The class •will continue meeting with Rabbi Sk<>p every Thursday from 4:00 to B :80 p. m. Parts in the confirmotion service will be assigned according to the grades made in the examination which will consist of the following material: ten questions on the d.nfirmation manual, ten questions on ih"Story of the Jews," five questions on current Jewish events, one fewisb book review or five opinion MStlona dealing with Jewish customs and ceremonies. Examinations will be held the first Thursday in May. YOUTH FORUM Continuing its cultural program. the Youth Forum will present Trof. Richard Feuerstein of Rollins College In a public lecture on the "Baal S iii Tov—God Intoxicated Heart," A MODERN STRUCTURE NEEDED Mi &• ___—. Sunday evening at 8:00 p. m., April 10th, at the synagogue. The public is invited. There will l>e no admis%  ion Charge but a collection will be taken up for the Forum book fund. DisCOUion next Wednesday evening will be on the subject "Current Vis| ions of Judaism—Which Forces will I'revail?" The discussion will be conducted by Mr. Stcifel and Mr. Martin Segal. All young people arc invited. Plans for the first anpual hike to be held in May will be completed. Parts for the one-act play, "Herring," being Coached by Mrs. R. Skjp, ;will :be cast. B'NAI B'RITH INSTALLATION At one of the most outstanding social evenings of the season, the local lodge 1043, B'nai B'rith installed a Ladies Auxiliary last Sunday evening Officers installed with the impressive installation ceremony. Mrs. Nat Berman, president; Mrs. Gus Bear, vicepresident; Mrs. F. J. Schiff, treasurer; Mrs.Louis Jacob, recording secretary; Mrs. Ben Arstein, corresponding secretary and Mrs. Walter Ackerman. parliamentarian. Prof. Feuerstein delivered a fascinating lecture on "Spinoza—God Intoxicated Mind." The installing officers (• the B'nai B'rith were B. J. Cohen, president; Nnt Berman, vicepresident ; L. S. Frankel, treasurer; S. Ziigoren. secretary; II. N. Roth, monitor; Martin Segal, assistant monitor; lr. J. G. Seltzer, guardian and I. Paster, custodian. UNITED JEWISH CAMPAIGN Orlando Jewry opened its campaign for f'J.000.00 to be divided between AS USUAL THE 'ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY PASSOVER WANT I A complete line of Manischewiti, Goodman, London, Horowitz-Margareten and Strict Matzos Matzo Products, Noodles, Coffees, Teas, Sugar, Prunes, Nuts, Spices, Vinegar, Nya Fat The l^nestJKoshexPassoyerjyines IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC TO REALLY ENJOY PASSOVER Insist On Getting MONTORA KOSHER WINES Port, Tokay, Malaga, Muscatel, Sherry and Haut Sauterne Produced under the Supervision of Rabbi G. Katzman of San Francisco, Cal. and bottled under the supervision of Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of Miami and Rabbi Moses Meschelof f of Miami Beach Distributed By MANHATTAN BEER DISTRIBUTORS INCORPORATED 110 N. W. 4th St.—Miami, Fla. 3-3412 —PHONES— 3-8931 Also handling a complete assortment IMPORTED PALESTINIAN CARMEL WINES in original packages from the Rishon Le Zion Caves the Joint Distribution Committee and the United Palestine Appeal with a special meeting of the campaign committee including H. N. Roth, chairman ; E. W. Newald, vice-cHairman ; Rabbi Morris A. Skop. secretary; and I. N. Burmnn treasurer. The compaign included two radio addresses with free time granted by station WDBO. On Monday night Rabbi Skop spoke on n fifteen-minute broadcast on AHurricane Strikes—Lives Must be Saved." Tuesday night the fifteen minute broadcast included Rev. John H. Hanger, minister of the Winter Park Methodist Episcopal church. H. N. Roth, chairman of the campaign committee and Rabbi Skop. The campaign wound up with a public goodwill mass meeting for Protestants. Catholics and Jews. The following guest speakers were on the program : Rev. Fred Turner. First Methodist Church ; Father Bishop of the Catholic Church; Dean Melville Johnson of the Cathedral. Oev. Lindsay Me Nair of the First Presbyterian church and Rev. John H. Hanger of the Winter Park Methodist Episcopal church. More than five hundred Jews and non-Jews assembled in the synagogue for the good-will meeting. PASSOVER PREPARATIONS. The entire Jewish community is busy preparing for the community Se,lnr to be held Friday at 7 :00 p. m.. on April 15th. Reservations for adults |1.25, IncludingHaggadata and complete Paaaover meal. Children 75c. For reservations, call Mrs. Jacob. 3504. No reservations after April 5. The Hebrew and Religious Schools are preparing a Passover play for the Religion! School assembly. The children will conduct their own Pas over Sedar on Sunday. April 10th. Parent! are invited. A special service for first boru boys will be conducted at C :00 a. m.. Passover morning. April 15th. The Siyum will be conducted by Cantor Leshinsky and Rabbi Skop and all fathers with first-born sons are urged to be present at this dawn service. CONDOLENCES The Jewish community expresses its heart-felt sympathy to the Hillman family upon the pasing of 37year old Elmo Hillman. His sudden death within three days was a terrible shock to his many friends in the May his entire Jewish community, memory be a blessing. HEARTIEST MOZOL TOV The Jewish community expresses its sincere Mozol Tov to the parents of Mi-s Hinclalyn Coplon and the parents of Mr. Jack Wolfson upon the announcement of their approaching wedding, April 10th. The wedding will take place at the residence of the bride in Orlando and will be a strictly family ceremony. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will officiate. EVERYTHING IN' MEYER LONDON, Inc. 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F-ii •The Bank for tie lnlviual PiASO TUNING AND REPAIRING— K of r.*w i • .-.*! -• %  • f ROY H CREAG ER PIANO co. ::-; %  8 w ••Bi :• -• • PICTUEE FEAMING We *"a!! fof \~ A DetlTcr Ordtfffl WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP r turei Pramad Fraroad Picture*— Iff N. W. :-t Street. I P V .OT :-:4: PRE-CA8T TBBTED SEPTK; TV Repairs. Dra.n L VEAL SEPTIC T • CO.—8] • Tel. S-S7M—4141 S Are. Night and Sunday calk) SEWING MACHINES ALL MAKES, r-i : by fact>rj -\. C*rt. I. :ar ,, ( or j;: m nine*. Laed ma<-hine sold an I r -4 Bosarth'f MOO Biscayne B!r! — Phone T-1415. MATTEE8S BENOVATLNG RELIABLE MATTRESS CO. ,. :' JEL1ABLE MATTRESS CO. r viti •---'% %  % % %  ••-• %  -' -' %  %  %  %  '-' %  r r tulnm. I tr.: V. %  %  %  BUSINESS COLLEGES Y FURNITURE SPECIALS • I • %  AM BUSINESS COLLEGE livi-i %  TROPICAL MATTRESS CO. %  1-day x '.• .,| er MISCELLANEOUS ICTUR FRAMING EXPERT VPOBK — Price • reasonable.— LKAK i PI rrCRE PRAMING aiiuP N. E. -ni AT*. Phoi.c .'. i:. Lr-U'.Y. 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PIEECE WILL SOLVE r0UB HEALTH PROBLEMS • l'a and • • % %  '. hy a drus;lesa teeaw M jae which is po %  re • -• • -%  -"• • fa rsaleilMj %  -• %  "'" %  iKatJoB. DE E 8TANLEY PIEECE OBTHO-A NATOMLST CHIBOPBACTDB ;• -%  n BELL AND BELL Plumbing Co .;.„. er. %  bins; Contracting PIREPROOF Itl.ix;.. HEART OF riTv SPBCIALIZIXQ reonal effects. B -'-' room with free 1 ceaa. "•'v s 1 month; trunk .*! • 2 f] 50 '•""" %  PMaonl .tall., S1.50 month "'"' |,: Puroiture rack., (2.80 month ^"" l "!•: Private room., .*.-, month aad "Pi Larger amount. ..f itorafe, \c "'• 11. Btorafe Warehouw c,. 13 •V K. I'-HI St. Phone 2-1208 and we will pirk thorn up. MONUMENTS C. J. DULBS LE, GranlU. Bronte. Memorial.. I ___. %  Plumbine an." "•••In* .nd Khowroom If t S. W. Sth -' %  Oaa Piping. Lawn SHAMI M 01nJMENT c0 ;. ; rWL Rl<' M a, ; D_ w' B! oa >'ne Plata MAP.P.I E Oranlt* and Br,. ni ^ mar k. Mm ers. Mauo!em. cemetery work o' ::!.L •p;.:"i. : V: 1 N w 0,b Av *RADIO REPAIRS OFFICE SERVICE NEW OFFICE Service for mimeoCrapUnc, stencils, p.jbllo utenorr-phy bookkeepina. a.ldreinsr. no Ury public: .pecial rates for security report, and system* and for income ta paper* — 211 Lorraine Ar%  'i>. Phone 3-tlSO. OPTICIAN P*sy>.... OPAPERiES— •... • • Free P-> ^ g E r y %  %  %  ". %  iw iganwa ii .1 t* Avenue, eoraar first • >-w leeation 17 N DR. LEONARD W. HA8KIN Vltina in Eye Examinations Flt'irr a-rl Pe-nl-'nr of GL A 8 8 E 8 14! N E F ,rt St, Phone ">-V. COMP1.BTE1 v AIR CONDITIONED CONVENIENT TFPVS PLA8TERINO Be.t .^^ _T HE A DIO MAN • i'l u !* -R-aaonabk I SHAN DESJAROINS .. %  -' W. Flaftler Street P"Q-e 7 > M OBtn ^ ^ REFRIGERATORS A Ir T E a7, ,ON "~ AP, m nt h0U •• are and mananers. realtors bank. Irt^ m.J nen \ nd ""'""rant*/ Stand-' ard make, Refrl.erators Raniegl SSSMKWS 8ERVINQ MIAMI is TEARS-We reBiii TRANSFER AND STORAGE WE move you anywhere In U S A~ i-nS^mSLSPS^ rr".ri-PnaiTa .^TREEMOVINQ UPHOL8TERIN0 I^r^l ^^ T .NO ^ SHOPPL ^ s J ER o N .?^! uee •_"* ."•'' '' ROOFING ear..-"p., e hi ; 0 —." .ftta^US: ", ^7 V H W *^~WU^NTH5: mates. Phone 4-3SS3. J". W 1T,n Ave. PVe .v-,i I Large or amall joba Workjuara, WINDOW CLEANING V ClLnX'" '>ll ''ve. Baaton-s t-ieantAf*. rh. 2-1031. i.



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TiJDAf, APEIL I, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE ELEVEN YOURS TO OWN--YOURS TO SERVE WITH! TEES LOVELY TABLEWARE WELL BE YOUR PROUD LIFELONG P OSSESSION Truly Such An Amazing Offer May Never Come to You Again BEAUTIFUL 6-PIECE UNIT OF WM. A. ROGERS A-1 PLUS SILVERWARE absolutely tree for every New Subscription or only 99c with coupon for our old subscribers COMPLETE 6-PIECE UNIT With a Written Guarantee Contains: 2 TEASPOONS 1 DINNER FORK 1 SALAD FORK 1 SOUP SPOON 1 DINNER KNIFE (Solid Handle—Stainless Steel Blade) 6 Beautiful Pieces P ure Silver Plated Rich Lustrous SILVERWARE That Beautify Your Table I Something You've Always Wanted Beautiful Silverware! All women love *t ... but few women own it. Picture your table set with rich, lustrous silverware. Picture serving your guests with the famous EOGERS SILVERWARE! To the thousands of women who have always wanted this we have an announcement of LM-eat importance to make. The Jewish Flondian, through the co-oporatmn of Oneida, Ltd., makers of ROGERS SILVERWARE now make it possible for ALL women to own America s Standard of Tableware Excellence. No longer need you envy other women, no longer need vou iust hope for fine tableware ... but you, too, can now enjoy lovely ROGERS SILVERWARE—to enrich your table, to evoke the admiration of your guests. Heavy Quality—Guaranteed Without Time Limit "This beautiful Rogers Silverware Set, representing a complete table 3ervice for one person, in the smart new Encore Design, is made and iruaranteed without time limit by that world famous silversmith, Oneida Ltd. This excellent quality ware is heavily silverplated to extra standard grade on the finest 18% nickel silver base, and in addition has an extra plating of pure silver at the points of greatest wear. These points come at the back of the bowls of the spoons and at the back of the tines of the forks. Should any piece of this high quality silverware ever fail to give satisfactory service, we will replace that piece absolutely free of charge." Free or Only 99c and a Coupon And now think of this. The retail value of this unit is $2.79. You obtain a new subscriber for the Jewish Floridian and you get the unit free or pay only 99c, and a coupon which you chp from the Jewish Floridian. Imagine 6 pieces of ROGERS SILVERWARE for only a little more than you would pay for ordinary silverware! Women all over town will jump at this opportunity because it is unusual indeed! We urge you, too, to act on this offer, for it may never •ome again! Start saving your coupons now 1 Take Advantage of this Obtain Your Unit No Limit to Units You May Obtain There is no limit to the number of units you can obtain. You can obtain service for one or the whole family. So make sure you obtain a new subscriber for the Jewish Floridian or take advantage of the low cash offer accompanied by coupon. The Jewish Floridian is anxious to make new friends. That is why this offer is being made possible. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN P. 0. Box 2973, Miami, Florida Please enroll as a subscriber for one year for which I enclose two dollars. Name Address City Obtained by A(iilr*p^s •• %  • ••••••••••••••••••••** •••••• ••••••••• (You are to forward me one unit as described, free of charge, for my services in obtaining this subscription.) FOR OLD SUBSCRIBERS THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN P. 0. Box 2973, Miami, Florida. I am enclosing 99c and this coupon as an old subscriber of your paper, for which you will please send me one unit of the silverware described, to Name f City •' : Address (Mail Orders 15c Extra) Unusual Offer and of Silverware



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PAGE TWELVE THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN rEIDAY, APBIL 1. im ./ MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM A. KELLXER. Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 9<9 S. W. 13th Court: Phon S-5H2 M of :bt rwtpiir which hs stores I aLada, BirDepartment Store BoyCOttS Germany minsham and L*icter. announced Laaiaoa. (WX8)—Lewiai I:ie ianediate recall of til buyen %  Bagtaad'a ;arf. %  ,>f depart• mem Mm*, i *d that i: will i la, 8 from Geraany and Austria. Ha Mid "I would scour every market in the before I would do anything to v | direct the economic well-being of a country that is content to h aT a man at itg head who daUbarual maliciously and cruelly penaeuhi one of the oldestraces in the world • Sir Frederick declared his firm Mn find goods that can be sold with ii.. eonadeaei to the free peopl... 0 ( England. SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily: Shachris at S a. m.: Mincha at 5:30 p. m ; Maarlv, 15 minutes after sunsetSabbath services: Friday evening at 5:00 p. m : Saturday morning at 9: CO a. m.; Saturday afternoon a: 515 p. ta. S1VIM Urn TOR AH TO BE CELEBRATED A QaUajoe aad inspiring celebration will take place in the synagogue of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation on Sunday evening. April 3rd at 7 :30 P m. It is the first rime in the memory of men and women living. that a Safer Torah is presented to a c-.tigregarion by the children of the aynagogue. Tb." Habanoth girl* club, meeting under the aegis of the Miami Jrwish Orthodox Congregation have gieea a aafcatwtia] contribution towar.i the purchase of this Holy SetvQ, thus making possible its preaentattoa. BNBittM beaded by Mr. H. It Dreeick, preaideat is preparing the %  aad arrangements are careful !y be:| ::.; !,;ed to make this a memoriaMe one. The Boy S tta :: %  .? f bM T. M. 11. A. wiB .-..: as hoMt r-ard and the girls in the blue and wall* will be n tWrett i. Rabbi Abraham A. Refiner will conduct the pre* • vice and deliver the principal ailress while wordk of greeting will be extended by the Rabb:s of the various .>. A musical program will be rendered by Cantors Mamches. Mroobcl and Hay man. The Ladies A \. ir> "ill be in charge cf decor: the synagogue appropriately an they will a i<> serve refreshments. will ha furnished by t'.ie | well known and popular orchestra of IMr. Abraham Bram~ -. IT vitations have been sent out to • the members and friends of the synagat and this official means is again taken to extend a moat cordial invitaition to tv.ry Jew and Jewess of Ml i community. FRIDAY EVENING SERVICE nuiug intii the Fassover Festivals, the late servkvs will be held this Friday evening at 5:30 p. m.. and will be featured by a discussion of P %  -r Laws. At this season of the year when our people prepare for the festival of Freedom especial care taken to be well advised of %  tow and traditions which mark IVsacb. The Rabbi will be happy to answer questions from the floor %  •.. U h:r.v-.tes Queries at his r at the synagogue anytime n now and the Festival. POLITICAL BRIEFS O. A. RoUiaa, native Floridian and %  rnmiMiat Miami real estate broker, announced his candidacy for County Purchasine Agent. Dade County Florida, tils week. Mr. Rollins has resided in Miami. Dade County. Florida, einee 1923 received bis education in the public of the State of Florida, is td and has two children. Mr. Rollins has a wide range of experience and has hcli successfully pom as railroad agent, train dispatcher and commercial telegraph manager, and for the last fourteen years has been actively and Bnccesafu'.ly engaged in real estate business in Dade Coanry. WE TAKE PLEASURE AND PRIDE IX ANNOUNCING THAT KOSHER PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS Will be produced by us in full compliance with the Jewish laws, under the supervision of RABBI ABRAHAM KELLNER Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Miami RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Congregation Beth Jacob, Miami Beach AND IN THE PRESENCE OF A MASHGIACH, APPOINTED BY THE BABBIS IF YOU ARE NOW A CUSTOMER OF THE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUC EBS ASSOCIATION, INSTRUCT YOUR ROUTE MAX ABOUT YOUR REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PASSOVER PERIOD IP YOUR DAIRYMAN. NOW SERVING YOU. WILL NOT BE PREPARED TO SERVE KOSHER PASSOVER PRODUCTS. WE SHALL BE HAPPY TO SERVE YOU. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW. Call, Write or Phone Miami Home Milk Producers Association 768 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-7696 • • # another lQ 7 Guard your Freshness with a Cigarette that's always FRESH WHEN you take a drag on a stale cigarette, its a drag on you. Stale tobacco burns hot, tastes flat and is definitely fatiguing, so tests show. A stale smoke makes a stale smoker. Thanks to Old Gold's special ueatber-tigbt, dombU aUopbant package, you need never again buy a stale cigarette. Old Gold guarantees you fresb cigarettes at every cigarette counter in the U.S.A. Not sir.ee Lorillard began blending choice tobaccos back in George Washington's day, has there been a finer sendee offered American smokers. Prize crop tobaccos brought to you in the p.nk of smoking condition! That's why you can stnoke Old Golds morning, nooo and night, uitbout 'Cigarette Hangover". Tor fmer RCBMR flavor.. $m*U DouWc-AUUow 01 GOID5


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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April 1, 1938

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

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

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wJewislh IFIIoiricti<3i in
^ Qossimk Yffie Jewish HJmuty
VOLUME 11.NUMBER 13.
I Jewish Organizations
Will Aid Refugees
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 1, 1938
Washington, D. C, (WNS)Grati-
fied by the wide acclaim among for-
eign governments to Secretary of
State Hull's proposal for the creation
of an international governmental com-
mittee to deal wit hthe problem of ra-
cial, religious and political refugees of
Germany, Austria, Italy, Spain and
Russia, the State Department arrang-
ed for conferences with American
Jewish organizations to determine the
extent of the financial aid they can
extend to provide passage and main-
tenance for the Jewish refugees to be
admitted to this country under the
jilnn. Reports from foreign capitals
indicated that the plan would be ac-
cepted by most countries. Qreat Bri-
tain. France, Holland, Belgium, Ecua-
dor, Brazil, the tries are preparing to approve the
proposal. Italy and Cuba were re-
ported inclined not to cooperate.
While messages pledging co-opera-
tion poured in from innumerable Jew-
ish organizations and many Christian
[organiza'tioiis, and the State Depart-
| in. nt studied details for carrying out
I the immigration program, the Ameri-
can Federation of Labor through its
president, William Green, endorsed
the plan provided it did not entail any
legislation to lower existing immigra-
tion bars. In a letter to Maurice Bis-
K.ver, executive secretary of the B'nai
B'rith, Green said the A. F. of L. "ia
heartily In favor of Secretary Hull's
plan. In our opinion, it is only fit-
ting that the United States should
take the lead in an international
movement to offer refuge to the per-
secuted minorities in the Reich." He
mad* it plain however, that he oppos-
ed receiving "a greater number of im-
migrants than is permitted by existing
Igisladon." "It would be unfair,"
Green said, "to millions of our own
/> ns who cannot find work and
earn a living now."
Meanwhile, Representative Martin
Dies <.f Texas, an opponent of liberal-
ized immigration laws, called on See-
rtary Hull to consider a proposal
made by Dies several years ago to set
Up an international committee to aid
persecuted minorities in Europe by
settling them on undeveloped lands in
Paraguay. He recalled that he had
Introduced a bill some years ago to
this effect after being in touch with
Paraguayan interests who informed
him their government would welcome
such colonists on the land.
Among the organizations that have
expressed endorsement of the Hull
plan and pledged their cooperation
are the Federal Council of Churches I
of Christ, the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, the American Jewish Com- j
Mittee, the American Jewish Con-.
gress. the. OBT Federation, the B'^ai
B'rith, the Jewish War_ Veterans, the
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, Un- ,'
ion of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, the National Association for .
the Advancement of Colored People, '
the American Committee for Christian
PRICE FIVE CENTS
JEWISH PUBLISHER OF MAGAZINE CHALLENGES
AMERICAN JEWRY TO SELECT JEWISH LEADER TO
DIRECT BATTLE AGAINST HITLER AND ANTI-SEMITISM
(By HARRY NEWMAN)
"I cannot say how the truth may
be. I say the tale as 'twas told to
me."
Sir Walter Scott
Where is that great Jew who could
today MUM immortality? Where,
among all the great Jews of the world
is that one who. for his race, will
cease apologetic docility and stand
forth in shining armor, the six-point
ed Star of David upon his lance as
well as upon his shield? Where is
that great Jew who will lift his voice
and say to his people: "We are in
the gravest danger in the history of
our race. Not danger of extinction;
that can never be. But danger that
the world will soon believe we can-
not and will not fight back. The time
is come when Jews must attack as
well as defend "
The writer of this page springs,
with hut one generation between,
straight from the soil of Irelandthe
North of Ireland, as wellso that
neither his race nor his religion know
current criticism or attack, except up-
on the isle itself. This is written
that we might make it clear we are
not asking another to remove an axe
from our own neck.
Jews, the time has come for you to
fight. Too long you have left your
explanations to your religious men.
This will not do since the world ac-
cepts their statements as a part of
their job. You need some great fig-
ure to step from the ranks of bus-
iness, or the law. or finance, and lead
your legions in attack.
fan you not see how the world
would gasp and admire and applaud,
if. tomorrow morning, the newspa-
per- of the world should announce
that a Justice Brandeis had resign-
ed from the Supreme Court of the
I'nited States with this statement :
"I have today tendered to the Presi-
dent my resignation, that I may
devote the rest of my days to punc-
turing the silly twaddle of Hitler,
who maligns and crucifies my people?
Or if a Bernard Baruch should say:
"I have long ago made all the mon-
ey I need ; for years I have not tried
to make more. I have given my
counsel to government and to busi-
ness, but from this day hence I re-
nounce every activity except to strike
back, and to lead my people in strik-
ing hack, against their enemies?" Or
if a Herbert I-climan should say : "It
is a great honor to be the Thief Exe-
cutive of my great State, hut it is a
greater duty and a greater honor that
I undertake today, to join in battling
my people's enemies?" Or if a Hen-
ry Uorgenthau should say: "Today
I leave the cabinet of the President
of the United States to say to the ene-
mies of Jews everywhere in the world
that until my last breath I shall
spend my very energy for the sole
purpose of destroying their calumny
and slander?"
Jews, add To Ihe great virtues of
which your race possesseslove of
home, loyalty to friends, love of
parents, and the guarding of your
childrenthe virtue of willingness
wholeheartedly and unashamedly to
wngf war. and aggressively to demand
that you be understood for what you
really are. Too. too long you have
let the world believe your humility
is fear. Thnt is not true, so stop it
now. In thirty days, under such a
leadership, you can make Adolf Hit-
ler the most ridiculous man alive, and
in six months you can see him re-
in.iv.(1 from the leadership of the
German people by the Germans them-
selves. You can make the world,
which does not measure itself by its
worst elements, stop measuring your
race by yours. Of course, you have
to clean house. But who doesn't?
There are had Irish, bad English, bad
Americans, bad people of every kind.
You have furnished fighting lead-
ers for every other people and every
battle for the right since your race
began. You have made Jewish names
respected and revered in every cause
but your own. Then' are among you
many who could fill this role of
Leader. One of you must coiiie for-
ward: and on that day you will find
that the love that has been exper-
ienced in the communities and in the
nation for the great Benjamin f'ar-
doza. for Howard I.oeb. for Jules
Ruche, for Felix Warburg, for the
Rosenwalds. the Strauses, and the
thousands upon thousands of others,
will he multiplied a million'fold.
You Sulzbergers, you Sterns, you
Blocks, you Anneiibergs; roll your
mighty presses into the teeth of your
petty attackers.
Fight. Jews! You don't need ar-
mies and navies. You need only a
fighting leader, to mass behind him
the great intelligence and ability you
already poswess. to make a mass at-
tack. Fame beyond the power of
man to measure waits for such a
Leader.
If this is effrontery, it is first a
Prayer.
Copyright. 1088, by The Judge.
Reprint by special permission.
Editor's note: The author is the
publisher of The Judge, and Is a non-
Jew.
Jewish Congress Sets Senator Norris Backs Italy Rejects Hull
Dates For Democratic Anti-Nazi Boycott Plan For Refugees
Elections In June
Roumanian Baptists
Are Persecuted
LondonIn spite 0f the indefinite
'"i""*1'"' of Decision No. 47S1,
which would dissolve all their church-
es. Roumanian Baptists are still ex-
periencing persecution in some dis-
tricts, according To reports reaching
here.
Out of about a dozen cases which
have been reported, several have oc-
curred since the beginning of the
month, when the operation of the
Decision was again suspended?
The Baptist Church at Baba Novae
in the Blhor District, was closed
down on .Man I, 7 because no author-
ization from the Minister of Cults
COUld be produced. Actually, the au-
thorization, issued earlier, had been
confiscated by the gendarmes.
At Colet, in the Severing district.
Transylvania, the church was closed
on March 4 because of the absence of
un authorization. The Baptists were
unable to do anything because the
Minister of Cults is not issuing au-
thorizations to Baptist churches now.
Earlier incidents Include several
cases of personal violence. Church
members have been arrested, books
of the churches confiscated, and re-
ligious services interrupted by the.
arrest of the preacher. Baptists in
several places have been denounced
as Communists. It is alleged that
sometimes the arrests are made, or
the people of the village are incited
against the Baptists, by priests of
the Orthodox church.
Baptists have been told that the ob-
stacles in the way of their full recog-
nition are the absence of a Statute
and full statistics. But the authori-
ties have given them no opportunity
of discussing the articles of the sta-
tute Baptists submitted to them in
1985. Tin- demand for list of the
names and addresses of all Baptiata
and their children which has been
made upon them has been made upon
no other denomination, it i- charged.
SAFER TORAH TO
BE PRESENTED
New York. (WNS)Election of
delegates to an American Jewish
Congress by direct individual ballot
will be held on the evening of June.
25th and on June 26th and 27th, ac-
cording to an announcement by Con-
gress headquarters.
Tho Congress also announced that
the administrative committee of the
world Jewish Congress will meet in
the United States for the first time
early in the fall in connection with
the first session of the Congress to
be elected in the June balloting.
Both meetings will be held in New
York City. In a call to American
Jewry to mobolize for the election
and to unite for defense of Jewish
German refugees, the Jewish People's rights, the Congress declared "it does
Committee, the American Committee not suffice to confine responsibility
Appeal for the Jews in Poland, the for Jewish destiny within a circle of
Refugee Economic Corporation, the an interested philanthropic leader-
Washington, D. C. (WNS)The
anti-Nazi boycott gained an import-
ant supporter when United States
Senator George W. Norris, last sur-
vivor of the six members of the Senate
who voted against the declaration of
war in 1917, declared himself in favor
of a popular boyoctt against Japan,
Germany and Italy. In an interview
published in the United States News,
Senator Norris said he believed the
American people would be justified in
boycotting aggressor nations.
The Nebraska Senator asserted
that such a movement could be un-
dertaken by the people, not by the
government, and "no complaint can
be made."
American Society for Racial Toler-
ance, the Zionist Organization of
America, the United Galician Jews of
America, the North American Demo-
cratic Hungarian Federation and the
National Council of Young Israel. In
Cincinnati the B'nai B'rith announced
the establishment of a national com-
mit tee to assist iu carrying out the
Hull plan.
ship" and revealed that events in
Austria have led to a united Jewish
front in this country "at least in con-
nection with what is to bo done im-
mediately to meet the latest manifes-
tations of destructive Fascist action."
The Congress stated that "certain
agreements have been made" and "a
program of political intervention has
been devised and agreed to."
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.
Rome. (WNS)Because of Italy's
friendship with Germany, the Ital-
ian Government will oppose the Amer-
ican plan for an international com-
mittee to aid refugees from Austria
and Germany and has already so ad-
vised the American embassy here, it
was reporteil in authoritative quar-
tan, It was said that Italy rejected
the plan for fear Uf offending Ger-
many.
YOl'TH AUTAH TO AID
AUSTRIAN JEWISH CHILDREN
New York (WNS(Negotiations
for the transfer of Jewish children
from Austria to Palestine have been
started by Miss Henrietta Szold, di-
rector of the Youth Aliyah move-
ment, according to a cable received
from Miss Szold at Hadassnh head-
quarters. During the past four years
Youth Aliyah has settled 2,130 Jew-
land in .'."> cooperative colonies and
three trade centers in Palestine.
New York (WNS I Yeshivo Col-
lege and the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan
Theological Biminary celebrated the
i 125th birthday of Rabbi Elchanan by
I ordaining -7 new Ortbodil rabbis at
i the annual graduation exercises. The
men who received their 'smicha''
were from the United States, Canada,
Europe and Palestine.
A Safer Torah or Holy Scroll will
be presented to the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation by the Haba-
noth Club of Miami at the synagogue
1540 S. W. Third street. Sunday eve-
ning. April 3rd at 7:00 oe'lock.
With the Boy Scout troop acting
as guard of honor, and members of
tho club acting as ushers, the Safer
Torah will be brought into the syna-
gogue to the accompaniment of mu-
sic. Mr. E. Albert Pallot, one of
the officers of the congregation will
preside during the traditional servic-
es. Following the formal presenta-
tion of the Torah by the Habonoth
Club it will be formally accepted on
behalf of the congregation by Mr. H.
M. Drevich, president of the congre-
gation.
The prinicpal address by Rabbi
Abraham A. Kellner will follow and.
then the filling in of the letters in.
traditional manner will begin. Rab-
bis of Greater Miami will bring greet-
ings from their congregations, and
musical selections will be given by
Cantors Nathan Wroobel, Maurico
Mamches and Louis Hayman. Music
will be played by the Jewish orchestra
directed by Mr. A. Bramson,
Refreshments will lie served by a
committee of tho Ladies Auxiliary of
the congregation. A cordial invita-
tion is extended to all members and
all Jewry to attend these services and
ceremonies.


PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIPIAU
rRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1938
MVRRIAGK MPTIALS
ANNOUNCED
The marriage of Mis* Mjra Good-
ie w,ky. daughter of Mrs. Jeannett
G H eatrj of Brookline. Mass.. and
:-.-.i Beach, to Aaron Farr. s.^n of
Mr s_! Mrs. Harry H. Farr. of M.
ami. took plac last Sunday coon at <
the Nemo hot*', with Rabbi Mil
ff.ciating.
Miss Sally Goodkowsky. sister of
the bride, was maid of honor. Mr*.
Samuel Magid was matron of honor.
The bride was given in carriage
by her uncle. Samue'. Magid. of Prov-
idence. R. I. William Farr was best
a. .
A wedding dinner followed after
which a reception for several hundred
i -:. took place in the lounge of
Mr. and Mrs. Farr if ft
.. :.igBt by boat for Havana and
interior of Cuba. After May 1
.'.! reside at 7S5 Meridian Are..
v. tari BcJ.-h.
g the out-of-town guests were
t- b- ic-groom's sister. Mr? M
- efOt of Forest Hills. Long Is-
I: Mr* Ruth Sohleaager of New
-i. Miss Dorothy Magid and Irr-
I Missd. Providence: Miss Claire
Farkts. la*tKes apart. Pa., and F
Q Tsr:... of Havaana.

MMBM IS
ANNOUNCED
Mr*. Morris Malaaaa of Lc.i'-t
V. ;ttta.n. announces the engagement
Pudyi IsabeUe. H
D^vic WiUard Jacobson. of >!..
Bead the marriage to taie atM in
I riag.
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NEW YORK CANTOR TO
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T. BittH and La F'.ors Hotei?
P ret week.
tereka te ft* Baste wul
'uducted in the beautiful Hotel
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RVBRI \DDRESSES
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Higaligbriag the procraai K tM
- Hadaaaah meeting M > ley
; was an address by Rabbi
A Zwitman. His took was
T't.e Preaaat Dilemns "
tfal lances wet- pretea* by
P ;;y '"tenter and Erelyn Green-
wall. Irma Berr.steiti gare rea-dings.
The program was followed by an open
Boaae.
Taaiar Haiassab is entertaining at
its a: I Dm r's Dinner on Sunday
h at tie Five
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HOLD S.ADER SERVICE*
ReT. I. Fialkow, prominent eaatot
I conduct the serrices
both nights of the >a-ier at the Hote.
- Uleed Beach, according to an
noetnen; by the management.
Beeerratjoai are now being taker..
A real Peeoow spirit will prerail.
Plans for impressire traditional 8e-
; dorim ritael obsewances indude a
dinner that will delight erery fuest.
Tie real Passorer spirit will prerail.

MKMORIAL PLAQUE
IS DEDICATED
Tzi Markow;-.: Memorial Plaque
:.gregation Beth David
1 by Barry Markowiti. a former pres-
and octree member of the con-
iregetion in memory of his wife,
Frh la Uarkewila. and his mother-in-
'.aw. Mrs Dora Cohen, was formally
dedicated ket Tuesday night amidst
{preoevf* eerrloee. Beth Darid choir
charted the opening prayer which wai
' followed by a by Jack
Au- "he synagogue.
K :.-; :' Pj'.~? by Babbi Max
Shapiro, Mr L- -is Weinkle. treasur-
er of the synagogue cd Mr. M. Baida
D n I with several Utargteal selec-
M by Oearor Louis Hayman. Mr.
farkowita then preeeated the plaque
to the Ooi .. i in an address
x: lag the work of Mr. Markcwita,
: iaque was officially accepted on
beh.: the Ooafi a by Stanley
C. Myer- receirexl
froai memorin'. ii m ptiOBI affixed to
que were pledged to tie work
of tie Talmud Torah of Beth Darid.
. Rabbi Max Shapiro in an unusually
impressive address told of tie lives
of Mrs. Markowia and_Mrs. Cohen
and commended the spirit in which
tb" plaoaa was presented and the co-
operative action of those who had the
memories of their departed inscribed
on the plaque to help perpetuate the
living Judaism represented by the
Talmud Torah. Mr. Markowiti un-
veiied the plaque and as the names
of I -.'.: were called by the
i a member of the family lit the
alongside the name. These
lamps will be lit on the Yahrxeit each
I '-..- 'hanted the
K i M ad thea Babbi' Shapiro
I ret Hebrew nimro of all
tad led in the
tatioi k -" r'.-
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aeaai ateal Taeat d^-ir:-g
atteni are srgei to make itntne-iiate
-, Bader services will bo
both nights.
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WINS PRIZE AW.ARD
Daniel Taradash. son of the well
known capitalist and communal work-
er, Mr. Wiiliam Taradash, won the
11500 award last week for his play.
Thy Mercy" by the Bureau of New
Play's. Young Taradash graduated
from the Miami Beach Senior High
School where he won State champion-
for orations and declamations.
He attended Harvard College where
'< he graduated in law. About to begin
j the practice of law he decided to
plays and this play dealing with
--.cga of the poor won the
-ward and was broadcast over
the Mutual Br->a loasting System last
U w m Taradash was
. chairman of the United Jewish Ap-
i peal for 1986 and 1937.
RECUPERATING IN
HOSPITAL
lira. Btaaley C. Myers, wife of
the president of the JewUh Welfare
in the communal work of this area
Bureau, and herself an active figure
la a petieal I > Jackson Memorial
Hospital where she underwent an op-
'..'.-t Friday.
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advance.

SPINOZA'S POLITICS
IS SUBJECT
'Spinoza's political philosophy-
was the topic of Doctor Wolfsson'a
lecture last Saturday afternoon be-
fore a large group of men and women
who gathered on the lawn of 1059
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Dr.
Wolfson read several passages from
Spinoza's Tractatua Theological Pol-
iticus, a treatise on religion and poli-
tics, to show Spinoza's warm sympa-
- 1V for the individual and hie splen-
did defense of Democracy. In a time
,-,f tyranny and autocracy, Spinoza,
eloquently defended democratic and
liberal institutions against autocratic
and monarchial statee.
N'exa Saturday afternoon the group
will meet for the fifteenth eeaeion of
the season on the lawn of 1059 Collins
Avenue. The topic of tie address
will be "Sptnoza'a relationship to
Judaism" in which lecture Dr. Wof-
lon proposes to show that Spinoza
did not break with the Jewish tra-
dition. He simply rationalized the
Jewish conception of one God.
\v. Ineaday night from 7:30 to 9 :<*)
p. m.. the Spinoza Group meets in
die same place for the study of as-
tronomy.
All are welcome. There is ao id-
i charge.
RABBIS SUPERVISE
DAIRY PRODUCTS
Rabb: M I Met heloff of Beth
'. r lbsm A. Kellner
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregate a. will the prepar-
ation of n'l dairy products including
cream, sour cream, butter
rage Cbaeae for the Passover
- supplied to its customers by
the Land-O-Sun Dairy at Miami
Beach. A mashgiach named by th*
Rabbis will reside at the dairy where
everything will be prepared beginning
immediately prior to the Passover and
during the entire Paaeorer week. Dis-
tinctive labels will identify the dairy
products and will bear the fascimi'.e
of the Rabbi's signatures. Accord-
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VOLUME 11NUMBER 13.
WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO?
Throughout the: entire world Jewry is bestirring itself. .
tha sufferings of Jews in Germany is being more than equaled
in intensity by those of Austria.....the plight of European
Jewry is getting worse daily. And so, moved by the humani-
tarian call of President Roosevelt and Secretary of State Hull,
civilized nations of the world will Boon gather to devise ways and
means of alleviating the plight of stricken Jewry and try to find
a home, a refuge for them. The United States will offer shelter
to many thousands and even the American Federation of Labor
which has fought immigration for many years has endorsed the
President's call to humanity. Conferences are now being held
throughout the United States, in which prominent Jews are be-
ing called to conference so that funds may be raised to weather
this unparalleled and forced exodus of Jewry from Austria and
Germany. On the eve of the feast of Passover, the celebration of
another Exodus for Jewry, Jews will be asked to give, and give
until it hurts to help their stricken brethren abroad.
I Greater Miami which boasts of wealthy Jews, of Jews not
so wealthy and Jews active in every phase of life, is sitting idly
by and doing nothing. Our daily papers, the Miami Herald and
the Miami News have editorially expresed their approval of the
humanitarian call of President Roosevelt. They urge the rescue
of our brethren. But what are we going to do? Where are our
so-called leaders who have not even moved a finger, or taken a
single step towards preparing now for the inevitable call to duty.
Shall it be said of Greater Miami Jewry that non-Jews are con-
cerned with the plight of our stricken people abroad, but that we
Jews care not?
If ever there was a need for concerted action the time has
now come. Jewish leaders, those who we know care for their
people should bestir themselves. Synagogues, organizations,
both men's and woman's should appoint committees and prepare
for the work that will soon be theirs. Let's not wait.
FOUNDATION CEASES
SCIENTIFIC WORK
NVw York IWXSILack of tolor-
'"' Mini freedom of thought in conn-
trim ru'ed by regime* which have
pouted "keep oul" signs against tln>
InqufxitiTC and questioning mind
Dlnkr it "profitless" for the Rocke-
feller Foundation to continue opera,-
""n in those countries, Raymond B.
l'usdiik, president, declares in his
annual report. In a sharply-worded
'I'minciation of Nazi and Fascist as-
aults on the freedom of scholarship
"id learning, Mr. Fosdick. without
mentioning any country by name, as-
serts that "disinterested research can-
not survive in an atmosphere of com-
pulsion and repression."
Pointing out that the Foundation'*
aim since the beginning of its acti-
vities 2."> years ago has been to main-
tain its work "on an international
plane without consideration of flags
or political doctrines or creeds or
ecta," Mr. Fosdick declares that in
recent years this ideal has encounter-
ed serious difficulties which are in-
creasing. lm
objective icholarahip l poaathle
only where thought i" freeand free-
dom can exist only where there is
tolerance, only when there are no
'keep out' aigna against the inquisi-
tive anil questioning mind. Disinter-
ested reaearcli cannot survive in an
atmosphere of compulsion and re-
pression. It withers under the efforts
of governments to impose uniform
ideologies and to circumscribe in the
interests of a dominant regime the
area of intellectual liberty. Particu-
larly in the broad range of subjects
covered by the social sciences, and in
the humanities as well, the world has
recently witnessed in several coun-
tries the progressive disintegration of
creative scholarship. This phenome-
non has naturally affected the pro
gram of the Foundation. In some
fields it is now profitless to go where
we formerly went. "We find ourselves
stopped at some frontiersnot be-
cause the frontiers have any greater
geographical significance than they
had a few years ago. but because be-
|ii;id them the search for truth by-
eager and skeptical minds bus been
made impossible."
noiaA,
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Jt'NIOK "Y" ELECTS OFFICERS
Election of officers took place at
the last meeting of the Junior "Y''
at which time Hymnn Merlin was
elected president. Ray U. Shochet.
vice-president Ethel Pont, recording
secrtary ; Rosalind Bymon, corres-
ponding secretary ; Robert Kaplan,
treasurer; Gerald F.lkin and Aaron
I'inkus, program co-chairmen and
Beatrice Merlin, parliamentarian. Aa-
ron I'inkus was appointed chairman
of arrangements for the installation
affair to he held shortly. The var-
ious chairmen will be appoint,.1 next
week.
All boys and girls from the ages
of 10 years and over are cordially in-
vited to attend the regular meetings
of the Junior division which are held
every Monday evening at K :30 p. m.,
at the Y cluhronnis and to partici-
pate in the activities of this organi-
zation.
Has been one of the most active mem-
bers of the organization since its in-
ception, lie was instrumental in
starting the building fund which has
grown to great proportions, was also
a member of the committee which
rented the "Y" elubrooms and later
helped the purchasing of this same
property. Although he isn't holding
any office now on account of busi-
ness reasons, he very seldom misses
;i general or board of directors meet-
ing. As an athlete he has been in-
strumental in keeping the "Y_" dia-
inondball team on top. Nat has been
ranked with the leading first base-
inen in Miami and has captained the
"Y" to many victories. Space doei
not permit me to go into detail re-
lating the many fine deeds that Nat
has rendered for the organisation but
those of us who are on the inside re-
gard Nat as one of the main hack
bones of the "Y." He is married and
hits one dauiaJitcr. Charlotte. Fs a
member of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation, R'nai B'rith and
Friendship League.
I. M. H. A. TO SPONSOR JEWISH
ORCHESTRA
The musically inclined youngsters
of this area will he afforded a greater
opportunity than ever before to fur-
ther their musical talent. Mr. Abra-
ham Rramson, organizer of this or-
chestra has been given the complete
backing of the Y. M. H. A. in this
work for which the "Y" is to be com-
plimented. Mr. Rramson who is well
known in this area for his annual con-
certs, was born in Lithuania, January
22. 1877. Came to Miami fro mPhil-
adelphiu in 1021. Studied the flute
at the music settlement school of Phil-
adelphia and has played locally with
Caesar LaMonoea's band and also
Waiter Grossman's orchestra. Any
boy or girl between the ages of 14
lii 18 is welcome to participate in the
weekly rehearsals which are held each
Wednesday at the Beth I'avid Talmud
Toiah. Members of the orchestra are
Miss Ethel Pont, secretary, Louis
Katz. Sherwood Lavine. Miriam Freed
Nathan Aronovitz. Rose Osmnn, Fiv I
crick Oroaaman, Lona Gt.thman, .1 >
eph Itulliin. Sidney Goldstein, Har
riet Palmer, Samuel Schaffer. Ruth
Shapiro. Jack Mendell. Rosaline Sim-
on. Walter Falk. Norton l'allot, Alvin
Chain. Frances Katz, Frederick
Friedman. Myron CoWen, L. Feiuherg.
Robert Geistand Howard Lcvine.
DR. BARNEY WEINKLE TO
MANAGE TEAM
Dr. Hartley Weinkle, one of Mi-
ami' most prominent physicians will
be in charge of the Y. M. H. A.
Win........Iliail team for the 1038 season.
The first practice game will be held
this Sunday at Flamingo Park start-
ing at 2:00 p. in., with the Civic
League team under Carl Gardner as
opponents. The increased outpouring
of players seeking a berth on the "Y"
team has caused the officials to de-
cide on having two teams represent
the "Y." Jules Wilson will again
return as water boy with Arthur
(peewee) Itlatt as his assistant.
NAT lll.l MII1:K(. s BIOGRAPHY
Continuing the round of biograph-
ies of charter members of the Y. M.
H. A., we give you Nat Blumberg,
watchdog of the "Y" treasury.
Nat was born in Savannah. Ga.,
January 23. 1006. Received his edu-
cation in .the Savannah public and
high schools from which he graduated
with high honors in 1023. Was the
first treasurer of the "Y" and held
that responsible office for four years.
AIJIERT 0. REISMAN'S
BIOGRAPHY
Another charter member of the Y.
M. II. A., who played an important
role in the success of the organiza-
tion is Al George ReJaman. Al was
born in Atlanta. Qa., June 12, 1912.
1 Came to Miami in 1826. During his
grammar school days was outstanding
in basketball, baseball and football
in which sports he earned letters. Is
I a graduate of Miami Senior High
School. Has served on every board
of directors of the "Y" since its In-
ception and is presently finishing a
term of two years. Assisted as co-
chairman in the rental and leasing
of the building which the '"Y" now
occupies. Was first Recording Sec-
retary of the Y. If. H. A., and was
active in many "Y" functions as
chairman. Has played basketball,
diamonilball and volleyball for the Y.
M. H. A. Was the first member of
the organization to-be married in the
"Y" elubrooms. and very proud of the
fact. And "Y" not?
Y. W. H. A. TO SPONSOR BOAT
RIDE
Wnxtra. Wuxtra. that which you
have all been waiting for. the annual
Y. W. Moonlight Boat Hide party trill
be held on board the good ship Ben n
Seas on Sunday evening. April 24th.
starting at 0:00 p. in. If yon and
your friends have noticed the splendor
of the Miami moon the past few weeks
you won't want to miss this affair.
Bring your wives and sweethearts.
but above all be sure and be on board
this moonlight cruise. Only n lim-
ited amount of reservations will be
taken so hurry and get yours in to-
day by calling Miss Ida Engler.
RABBI TIES BILLY ADOLPH
AND ETHEL DIAMOND
On Sunday. March 27. William
Adolph look unto hiins.lf Miss Fthel
Diamond as Ma bride. Miss Diamond
is a member of the Y". W. II. A.. *ZoI
Zion Mit Glick.
In the spring a young man's fancy
turns to love; answering the call is
former secretary of the Y. W., who
none other than Miss Janet Knrasik.
will become the bride of Mr. Charles
Plough, of Brooklyn. N. Y.. on May
1st. 1038. Congrats.
MOLLY ENGLER WINS HONORS.
During a recent International con-
test Miss Molly Engler was awarded
the 60 Universal Pin and Certificate
in the International Society for Busi-
ness Education, for speed, accuracy,
neatness and endurance in typewrit-
ing.
ABE BERKOWITZ GIVES
DONATION
The Y. If. H. A. was the recipient
of a most useful gift presented to them
by Abe Berkowitz for the comfort of
its members. Ask Abe about it.
SOCIETY
RETl'HN FROM CONVENTION
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler accom-
panied by Mr. and Mis. Harry Zuker-
nick returned Wednesday from Nash-
ville, Tenn.. where they. together
with Baron de Hiracfa Meyer and
Mrs. Badyc O. Rose, represented Mi-
ami at the Southern Regional Confer-
ence of Welfare and Federation or-
ganizations.
West Palm Beach
The It'nni B'rith Women's Auxili-
ary sponsored a rummage sale all last
week except' Saturday. Proceeds of
which went to the milk fund of this
West Gate school.
The dinner dance which was held
On Sunday. March 20th. under the
auspices of the B'nai B'rith ldg
ll-4*>. proved a huge success, there
were over three hundred present.
tin Sunday, March 27th. n double
installation took place at the
new Palm Beach Hotel, The Ladies
Auxiliary and the B'nai B'rith Lodge
1140. the Installing officers were:
elms. Wax and Snm A. Goldstein.
Preceding the installation n buffet
upper was served. A very inspiring
m'k was given by a Rabbi from Cin-
cinnati mid Cantor Haymau rendered
two solos, one In Hebrew and one in
Spanish, which were greatly enjoyed
bv the audience.
Mr. and Mrs. I. /.akowitch. of
Brooklyn. \. Y.. and Palm Beach,
save a card party at their home on
Worth Avenue. Palm Beach, for the
benefit of Beth El "Cong. Proceeds
went toward the building fund of the
Talmud Torah which will start to bo
erected within the" next few days,
plan- for which have already been
completed.
Free Calendar Is
Offered to Jewish
Floridian Readers
We have arranged with H. J.
Heinz Company, the 57-varieties
people, to continue sending the 24.
year Hebrew English Calendar to
those leaders of the Jewish Flori-
dian who request it.
If you have not yet received the
calendar, you may still obtain a
HARRY SMART TO CELEBRATE
Harry Smart, caretaker of the Y.
otherwise known to his many friends
as "Curly Top." will be honored with
a party by all the divisions of the
"Y'' in helping him celebrate his 70th i
boithday. All members of the "Y"
If you want to l Mitzvah, a Yahrzeit or a holiday,
the calendar will come In mighty
handy. The book also has a page
for you to record important family-
dates and another page of import-
ant Jewish holidays from now to
1962.
The 24-year calendar is free. A
postcard or a letter will bring it
to you. Please address H. J. Heins
Co.. Department J.2, Pittsburgh,
Pa.
are cordially invited to attend Har-
ry's birthday party which will be held
Thursday. April 14th. at the "Y"
elubrooms.

Adious until next week.


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THE JEWISH FLOMDIAN.
FRIDAY, AgBIL 1, 1938
I


CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
135 N. W. 3rd Avenue
(MIAMI'S PIONEER
CONGREGATION)
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
1029 N. W. lit Street
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
The late Friday evening service?
wiU be brought to a close one week
from this coming Friday. Shabbos
Uagodol, the evening of April 8, -will
terminate six seasons of late services
for Rabbi Max Shapiro. Services will
be conductd by vRabbi Shapiro end
Cantor Louis Hayman assisted by
the Beth David choir will chant the
liturgic melodies. Rabbi Shapiro will
discuss the subject "For the Sake of
our People."
SABBATH SERVICES
Services are held every Saturday
morning at 8:30. Immediately after
these adult services, the Junior con-
gregation meets with Howard Schwartz
Harold Shapiro, Jack Mendell and
Stanley Hayman conducting the pray-
ers. We urge the parents to bring
their children this Saturday and next
for with "Shabbos Hagodol." (next
Sabbath) we will bring to a close the
junior services for this year. Come
and participate in our service?.
TALMUD TORAH
We were delighted to see the fine
registration nt the Both David Tal-
d Torah. We sincerely trust that
many more parents will have the intel-
: --nee not to deprive their children
of tiieir cultural heritage; but at least
give them the opportunity to master
tb fundamentals of our Tast religioa
and culture. Our Hebrew teacher has
begun to teach the pupils about the
Passover Haggadah and ritual. Let
your child attend at once ; so that he
may absorb the significance of our
great feast of liberation.
OUR RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION
AVc are fast approaching the end
of the school _year for our
Sunday School. We urge regular at-
tendance until the end of the semester
if you desire to participate In the
dosing events of our school and be
registered in the higher class of our
institution for next year. Remember:
Our annual picnic, this year will be
M v 22nd, closing and confirmation
x.: ;- i will take place May 26th.
N ) child will be permitted to partici-
pate unless he attended regularly and
- llHM
LOUIS HAYMAN. Exec. Sec.
149 N. W. 5th Street
Phone 2-5574
MARKOWITZ MEMORIAL
PL\QUE
With deep gratitude, we express our
feelings to Mr. Harry Markowiu for
his splendid presentation of a large
"Markowits Plaque" in memory of his
belored wife. Frieda "Markowits and
her-iu-law. Dora Cohen. Dur-
ing the order of memorial service held
last Tuesday night at our synagogue,
the presentation was made by Harry
Markowitx and twenty-one names were
duly dedicated and inscribed on the
ploque. It is the expressed desire of
Mr. Markowitx to secure additional
names to complete inscriptions on this
beautiful bronxe plaque. Remember
in addition to the fact that the belov-
ed ones are immortalized perpetually,
the "Yahrzeiten" observed religiously,
the "Xaer Tomid" (everlasting light)
over the plaque lit continuously, the
sum of money accrued goes toward
the maintenance of our Talmud Torah
and in Jewish law "Talmud Torah
K'neged Koolom" "Study of Jewish
law has precedence over everything."
We have space for additional names
to be inscribed. Should you be inter- :
ested to preserve the memory of your '
beloved ones, please communicate with |
Mendel Scheinberg. chairman of plaque
committee. 2-1723 or phone 2-1473.
HAZEL TOV
Our congratulations to Mr. and
Mr*. H. Clein af the birth of an in- ;
fant daughter. Pauline Ann. May
she grow up "li'Chupa Uli 'Maasim
Tovim."
We add felicitations to Mr. and
Mrs. Schwartz at the birth of an in-
fant son. May he grow up "li'Mitz-
vos. li'Chupa Uli 'Maasim Tovim."
Our heartiest "Mazel Tot" to Mr.
I Mrs. Harry Farr and Mrs. Good-
kowsky at the marriage of Aaron to
Myra last Sunday afternoon, May
you both enjoy a life of happiness,
prosperity and longevity.
A SPEEDY RECOVERY
May the Almighty grant a "Ref:iali
laema" (complete cure) to Mrs.
- ley C. Myers who is nt the Jack-
Memorial Hospital. May, (such
a splendid young woman of Israel)
M Myers, recuperate speedily and
kith and happiness.
DR. ABRAHAM WOLPSON
Founder and leader of the well
known "Spinoza Group" at Miami
Beach.
LIZAECHER OLOM
IN MEMORIAM
Naphtali Hertr ben Tisroel (hus-
band of Anna Greenfield) 6th Niesan;
April 7th.
Gittel Leah bas Arrohom (mother
of Louis Musnick) 7th Nisslh; April
8th.
Shloma Aaron ben Shmuel Elijohu
Holevi (father of Ch. Leveston) 9th
Niaau ; April 10th.
Soreh bas Dovid (mother of Mrs.
J. Bettlin and Mrs. S. Haas) 15th
Nissan; April 16th.
Shloma ben Zner (father of Joe
Markowitz) 17th Nissan; April 18th.
fruma Brocha bas Yaacov (mother
of Mose Aippa) 21st Nissan; April
22nd.
Zolman Yoel ben Yehuda Flolevi
(father of Joe Weintraub) 22nd Nis-
san : April 23rd.
Borah Rochel bas Yisroel (mother
of Meyer Schwartz) 23rd Nissan:
April 24th.
Basyoh bas Chalm Hirsh( mother
of Lillian Stone) 23rd Nissan; April
24th.
Feiga Chaya bas Nochom (mother
of Lawrence Sapero) 24th Nissan:
April 25th.
Mendel Yosel ben Gershon (brother
of Mrs. Meyer Schwartz) 24th Nis-
san : April 25th.
Mager Yosef ben Avrohom (father
of Isidore Brown 1 2t>th Nissan: April
27th.
Yisroel Moshe ben Dovid ?father of
William Perlmani 2Sth Nissan: April
20th.
The Tnhrzeit candle i lit the even-
ing before English date mentioned and
the observance begins nt that time.
"May tiieir souls be bound up in the
bond of eternal life."
fl!Rudy Vallee To Be
Flagler Track Guest
The Brrol Flymi tropfcj rare which
will bo the ninth rare ou ,1"' c,,^', of
12 racei feature* the program t the
West Flagler Kennel Club tonight
The famed morie star "ill pn u
tropfaj to the owner of the winning
dog.
With only eight more nights of the
90 | ; meeting remaining the Indl-
- are thai nil records will be
broken at West Flagler this year.
, .,,;. crowds haw hem attend-
nig nightly. Both the attendance and
. play hare exceeded lastyear.
(>n Monday night Rudy Vallee will
present a trophy to the owner of the
winning dog In the Rudy Vallee trophy
race which will be the ninth race ou
the card.
Vallee brought record breakitg
crowd! Flagler last year and an-
other enormoui crowd is expected to
greet him this rear.
All attendance records are expected
to be broken when Errol Flynn ap-
peara. He will be the first outstand-
ing movie star to appear this year in
Miami.
Flynn starred in the Prince and the
Pauper, nlso the Charge of the Light
Brigade. Hi" latest picture a $2,000.-
000 technicolor production, the Ad-
ventures of Robin Hood, is said to 1*
one of the greatest pictures ever pro-
duced by Warner Brothers.
West Flagler was extremely fortu-
nate in obtaining Flynn, who will only
be in Miami four day-.
Flynn ha- promised to address the
crowd from the judges stand and will
probably autograph picture* for the
fan--. Theae pictures will be printed
on the programs. West Flash
!. reached by motor within ten min-
utes from anywhere in Miami. Bus-
.... leave Burdlne'i at ten minute In-
Is, The fare is ten cents.
Celebrate
THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
la the Traditional Manne:
Services Conducted by
Rev. Berele Kelemer
Early Reservations
Suggested
Tel. 5-5881
Loutf Adler Management
VICTOR
Occur- Drive at 12th
Mi-mi Beech
O. A. ROLLINS
Candidate for County Purchasing
Agent.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1038
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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PAGE FIVE
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FEATURETTES
+
THE WORLD'S N
+---------------------By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
Hebrew University
To Observe 13th
Anniversary
The sudden brutal blow of tin- ceo- timate cross-roads of choice arguing,
quest of Austria has changed with un- At iiiis terrific moment Cbaim
, sampled spaad the aepeet of the i>o- Weinman was forced to. open th
litical world. It is now uik1.-i-sI.mm1 ,,,,.,'tinK of tin- Actions Committee III
,, last that the barbarian is at th.- j.,|,in wi,,, ., fitter and grief-strick-
talcs of civilization ami that he must ,. arraignment of th......position, of
be stopped if we arc to survive. .\\- 1.11,-i/,i,1isl totee* ..f assimilation-
ville ObamberHaa and bis Tory friends is, f(11.,.,.s wWcB played ;, th,- handi
bare hail to cease their t-vil plasj of ,lf ,. opponents, which eauftraaed
,-buffering with Hitler; firmly .l.-t.-i- lhl. (-(1|j| ..ffj,.,. | j,s pmsiiu.-iiy.
mined to defend its freedom despite WB|C|, s|w,.,l up the pacification of
the suddenly exposed flank of its nn- Palestine, which iniiih- Britain has)
fortified Anatrian frontier; the nnal-|tate an,| fmiimv ,i subordinate the
i.-r democracies stun.I tense and awake overwhelming moral Issues of the sit-
abore all, Mr. Cordell Hull, our Bee- nation to small measures of mere
rttary of State, has unmistakably I policy. Britain, > expressed the truth long deeply known j |1|v| f,,w (|.IV< |,.IV(. f||y demonatrat-
and held by many Americans lhat a ,,,|_ js M|tber without n moral sense
blank isolation on our part is an urti- ,. s,,.....f lightened s.-lf-inter.-st.
fi.-e and a folly and that our fre.-.lom -\Y|1V nm, .,. |mt been able more
and our morals and our stability can- thoroughly to harness those qualities
not survive in a world delivered over llf ,). British 1.....pie In the interests
to the forces of inter darkness and of
litter savagery.
Kvery one is awake. Every one is
determined to defend with his very
of our great cause? Because the Col-
onial Office is dealing with a people
divided againat itself, a group sb.it
through and through with ilaviahnem
f spirit, "a group in which treadle y
..... .. e \t u- f-. <>f "Pint, a group in win.-a ireacnei >
blood h ifc, his way of life, his free- ,
,. .. is rampanttreachery out of small
Coin, his people, the future ot Oil .,
,_. pbantaatic fears ami unworthy self-
posterity. Everyone except the Jews. I ......
; .. ..... i, seeking ami detestable desire not to
Today, th.- Hebrew University on
Mount Scopus, in Jerusalem, will ob-
serve the thirteenth annversary of it-
founding. Beginning in 1928 with
one building, 'el students, a faculty
of 80, curriculum of 1- com-.- in
four departments, it now has twelve
buildings, a rtudent body of over s a faculty of 110. und a broad pro-
gram of teaching and research whose
standards are on a par with those
f leading universities.
Ninety-one ludenti have been grad-
uated from Hebrew University thua
far witb degrees of Master of Arts
and Mast.-r of Sciences. Three doc-
torates have I.....a awarded and two
more will be awarded at the gradu-
ation exercises to be held Passover.
Thirty-five of the Faculty, in.-riil rn
are former German scholars, m .ny
of Internationa] renown in their
: fi.-lds. to whom Hebrew (Tniversi y
has afforder the opportunity to con-
tinue their teaching and research.
STRICTLY GQNFiDENTIAL
Tidbits From Everywhere
THK BMW OK MARCH
Austrian Jews who know their Jew
Ish history an saying that March si
ways wax tragic month for Aus-
trian Jewry. Hilter marched in-
to Vienna no March 12and it was
on March 12th bach in 1421 that lev-
end hundred Jews were public!]
burned in Vienna as the last step in
the destruction of the Vi.-iin.-s.- com-
munity of the Mi.I.Me Ages, On
March 24, 1420, all the Jews of Vie i
mi were impii-.......1. On March
1. 1670, the Jews of Vienna were
again expelled. .On March \'\
IMS, the outbreak of th>- Austrian
revolution led to pogroms in Vienna.
The sole good thing thai seemi to
have happened to Jews in Austria in
March was the promulgation of Pram
Josef* constitution on March 4, 1849
granting Jews civil and political
rightsbul this was short-lived.
IT HAPPENED IN AUSTRIA
Everyone except the Jewish people.
That people stamls as it were ilazed.
stupified. arguing, proliferating dull
edgeleH words. How I am beginning
to detest Jewish cleverness I How
my heart sinks when a Jew cornea up
to me with a light of intellectual, no.
of psenedo-intellectual cunning in the
eye and I see from his expression that
he is bursting with the vanity of hav-
ing found'a new argument, of splitting
another hair that doesn't even exist.
They used to do the same thing in
Vienna. I have seen them with my
own eyes and heard them with my own
ears. Day in and day out, month In
and month out. They twisted and
ihey turned; they argued and they
split hairs. In the city of Theodor
Herzl. Instead of reading those plain
clear forever irrefutable, forever prov-
ed and re-proved and re-proved open-
ing pages ..f Der Judenataat which
define once anil for all the character
of the OalUth and once and for all
point out the one thing, the iinnm
neeeaaarium, to be done, they babbled
Inutilities.
Thej are nol babbling Inutilities to-
day. Tiny are being crucified. Hard-
boiled American foreign eorreipon-
dents, and American foreign c.rres-
lose an argument. We are Gra.-.-uli
of the modern world. I haven't the
space to explain that. A few will
understand.
Do you want to wait till a new
world war is on and you cannot res-
cue at least the Jewish youth of Oer-
many. Austria. Poland.'Itoiimania?
Or don't you want to rescue that
youth at all?
And if you do. what do you want
to do with it?
Biro-Bidjan is closed to non-Kus-
siuii Jews. The gates of all other
binds are' closed except for a half
surreptitious trickle. At least, as a
humanitarian Jewish enterprise, how
can you sahbotage Palestine today?
How can you Stand arguing? Argil
big sillily and slily : If there is a Jew-
ish state, will some spiritual hooligan
cast doubts upon our Americanism?
He will. Don't worry. The spirit-
al hooligan will cast doubt on your
Americanism whether there he a
Jewish State or not. Hut H OU
stop your slavish arguments and re
build Zion first in your hearts and
then in the land of the fathers and
rescue a great remnant oflsrael to
dwell there, you will have done you
bit to make the whole world. Jcwi '
The high calibre of the l'niveisi- I
n'. scholarship and the findings of
its scientific departments are receiv-
ing increasing recognition, its scien-
tific investigations and research in
the fields of public health, agricul-
ture and the exploration of the nut
ural resources of the country have
cities called Judenberg, Judendorf.
Judcnau, Judenfurt, Judenweis, Ju-
denbof and Judenleithen flourished in
the Austria of the Middle Ages. .
In 1871 the Duke of Austria express-
ly invited foreign Jews to settle in
Vienna. The degradation of Vi-
enna Jewry began immediately after
.rinu von Schr.itt. closest friend and
advlxer of Franz Josef. The chief
financial backer of Lneger was Alex-
ander Mandl. wealthy Jewish indus-
trialist who had embraced Catholic-
angels of the Nazis in Austria is now
ism. His son. Fritz, one of the
ur..br arrest. Credit the editor
of the Pittsburgh Jewish Criterion
with a nifty front page. Dealing
with the Austrian situation, he print-
ed a map of Austria in a black border
and caption..1 it "We mourn the sad-
den death of this nation in the past
weekDetail* of ii- passing may be
found on Page 4." The last con-
queror to ent.-r Vienna in triumph
before Hitler was Xapoleonand you
know what happened to him.
OVER HERE
The State Department has been
making heroic efforts to save the life
of Professor Sigmund Freud, whoso
arrest in Vienna was on personal or-
ders from Hitler. The fuehrer
bates th.- 88-year-old father of pay-
ehoanalysii because be dhce wrote an
article proving that Hitler is a par-
anoiac. The daughters of both
Sigmund Freud and Bruno Walter
re under Nazi arrest in Vienna, by
the way. huviug refused to leave their
respective families. The manager
brought substantial benefit to Arab Austria was included in the C.ermon | of Hadio Station W.MCA in New lorlc
pendents who have bad ... become ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ for ^
hard-boiled in recent years, are to f iri|
shocked and wounded in their slow
sensibilities by the outrages commit-
ted against the Jews in Vienna that
a personal accent of horror is filling
their usually hard and unfeeling col-
umns. The Times bad a picture of
Austrian Jews standing in line at the.
Polish consulate in Vienna trying to
set visas to go to Poland soaking to
escape a bell ofblood and utter out-
rage and enter what now seems to be
:, lesser hell of starvation and passive
destruction.
And all the while there are today
great tracts of land available for
immediate purchase in Palestine and
it is an open secret thai the parsim-
onv of British immigration regula-
tions into Palestine could be broken
if nt smashed by thejjoral pressure
of world-Jewry, above all by the mor-
al pressure of American Jewryand
American Jewry, disgracefully divid-
ed into factions, disgracefully hinder-
ed by die-hards In high places, by
snobs, by self-opinionated men with
ugly, hard, vain little minds does not
unite, does not rise as one people in-
spired by one faith and one hope and
one goal, intent upon one eternally
liberating act. It stands at the ul
before
and J.-w alike.
While Hebrew 1'niversity's primary
function has been as an educational
and cultural center, with special em-
phasis on Jewish Studies, and as a
haven for the Jewish scientist, scholai
and student to whom but few d ors
remain "open in Europe, it has also
labored diligently to build an under-
standing of I-latnic culture and civil-
ization among the west -rn races thru
its school of Oriental Studies.
B ith academic and adm'nietratlve
members of the I'niverslty partici-
pate actively in the cultural life of
the community. Scholars from oth r
Empire. ... A Jew. Michael I.a-/.ar \,< a sense of humor. ... He agreed
Biedermann. provided the dowry for to sell the Nazis $1(K>.(XK> worth of
the three daughters of Emperor time if tiny would arrange for equal
Franz Josef, who emancipated the \ time over Cerman -tatious for anti-
Jew-, always refused to ratify the ; Nazi broadcasts. ... Wonder if Wal-
el.-ction of Karl I.ueg.r. the first an | ter Winchell's story about Russell
ti-Setnite to be elected burgomaster of Muth. Central F.uropean editor of
Vienna. Baron I.oiiis Rothschild p.,x-Movietone News, is correct. .
whom the Nazis have arrested, is the It aeemi that storm troopers in Ger-
great-grandson of Solomon Rothschild, many stripped him of all his clothes
founder of the Vienna branch "f the and made him stand for hours in the
family, who financed Metternich when bitter cold, threatening to shoot him
that Austrian statesman was driven if he moved. They did this on
int.. ,-xi'e. ... It was Metternich two successive days, and tb.-n warned
who Influenced the Turkish Sultan ),iui I(, 1- more earefill about the
to end the riot- growing --nt of the movies he s.-n.is out of Germany. -
Damascus blood-accusation In 1840. .\t 17 Btate street. Sew York, a self
universities have I.....n guest lecturers Th(i r,.j;,llin)j princess of Llchtensteln, elected Jewish leader is mobilising
at Hebrew diversity: Hebrew 1'ni- .hii rtny independent principality th......-.....-ration of prominent Jews
remit) has In turn been Invited to n,L.,.,, ,.,,.,. Austria and Bwitser- and Christians for a petition to tha
t., foreign universi- |>ml |g yA:> vii]| ,;,,, daughter cnit-d States Oovernmenl about tha
semi her scholars
ties, including le
versifies.
ding American uii
of an Austrian Jewish Industrialist. Austrian Jewish situation.
One of the many Jewish lawyers un-
Filling an Indispensable place In i der arrest in Vienna is that Dr. Kraua
Jewish life today, and contributing to who defended some of the Nazis .
the enrichment of world scholarship rested after the assassination of Dol-
Hebrew University is well on its way
to rea'ixing the high hopes >-f Itl
founders.
of the few prominent
Vienna Jews left untouched by. the
Nnais is the celebrated Fran Kath-
Add
to the .-bain of eusai-FascisI outfits
the American Patriot- of Greenwich,
Conn.
YOl' SHOl'I.D KNOW
There's a great deal of talk about
cantoniaation instead <>f partition for
Palestine in British official circles. .
There are rumors that Dr. Wcizmanns
threat to resign is a warning not SO
mn.-h to his Jewish opponents as to
the British government, whieh might
not be so happy with a l.-ss British-
reeling president heading tha Zionist
Organization. There will be dyna-
mite ii Governor Barle's addre < in
Chicago on April Srd about the go-
Inga-on In American eonsulateaj
abroad. People were beginning to
ask what happened to the statues of
Haym Salomon which were BUppos. d
to be erected in Washington and Chi-
CagO. The Associated Press pulled
n boner in reporting via Warsaw that
Max Reinhardt has been refused per-
mision to leave Austria. The im-
presaario is sunning himself In Cali-
fornia. Some kind of precedent
wn set when the cantors' union pick-
eted a Philadelphia synagogue. -V
National association of religious jour-
nalists to wh'ch editors of Jewish
papers are eligible is in the making.
Did you notice some of the names
used by purchasers of Irish sweep-
IContinued on Page Eight)


PAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN


'
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES IVESCHELOFF. Rabbi
32 J-f^r-:n Av-nue
'Phone 5-1328
? .______
MAURICE O. MAMCHES. Cantor
726 Merioian Avenue
Phone 5-2013
DIVINE SERVICES
Dailj at 7.00 and 8:00 a. m.,
from .p>:-15 p. m.. Friday evening Fri-
.la.v evening nt 5:45. Saturday
morning at 7 :(N) and at 9:00 a. in.
SABBATH SERVICES
The Friday late services were con-
clnded last week when Itnbiri Mes-
cheloff spoke to an overflowing an-
dienee on the subject. "I^ft us See
Things Through." This Satmday
morning Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
on "Modern Plagues." At Shalosh
S'oodoss lie will discourse >n thr nor-
ii cf the week. Cantor Mann-hes
will assist in the services.
SISTERHOOD
The Sisterhood will hold its month-
ly meeting this coming Monday. Ap-
ril lili at 8:00 p. m at the syna-
gogue. Mrs. Harry Marcus will
leak on "Mother." Cantor Mau-
rice Manichcs will sing. Mrs. Ben-
jamin H. London, president, promt-
Be* ;i must enjoyable evening and an
I resrJngj program. All members
:m urged to pome and bring their
friends. The meeting is open to all.
HKBREW SCHOOL
lit fresbments were served to all
children of the Sunday sessions last
week by Mrs. Lewis Green. Pre-
ventions for Passover are the wh-
eel .if the day in all Sunday and
daily Hi brew School classes. Par-
ents, don't fail to send your ehil-
.' n n to Hebrew School now. Von
*V.t see the fruitful results at your
Si der. ^
A public Seder will be presented
together with the promotion exercis-
es of our Hebrew and Sunday Seined
on the second day of Passover, April
17th in the afternoon. More about
this at n future date.
ORGANIZATIONS
The Hahanoth will hold its regu-
lar meeting next Monday evening nt
7:00 o'clock. Miss Malvina Weiss
will speak of her recent trip to Tam-
pa, and the interests of our Kdncn-
tional system in Florida. Mrs. Mes-
cheloff will also be present.
The Roy Scouts will meet Tuesday
'evening at 8:00. The Oirl Scouts
will n.....t Wednesday evening nt 7:00.
The Young Juden will meet Thurs-
day evening at 8:00. Boys and girls
Interested in joining any of these
groups can appear at thesynngogue
at that time for information.
The Junior congregation will con-
duet its Sabbath service Saturday
morning at !l:0fl under the direction
of Mr. Lewis Green. The Sisterhood
will serve refreshments after the ser-
vice. The Young Men's Group will
conduct their Minyan Sunday morn-
ing .it !>:!' a. in. After ihe service
breakfast will in- served by the Sis-
terhOOd. Past Week's hostess WSI
Mis. Silver.
RADIO HOI R
This Sunday aften.....a al ":-10 p.
in.. Kahlii Moses Mescheloff will
speak on "Passover. Symbol of Free-
Id..in" nver station VYIOD. Cantor
Mamehes will sing appropriate melo-
dies. Pisten in.
I SEA BREEZE HOTEL
TO OBSERVE PASSOVER
Mr. Joe Rubin of the Sea Breeze
Hotel announces that they will re-
main open for the entire Passover
week anil special Suder services will
be conducted the first two nights of
Passover, with a well known cantor
in charge. Reservations may be
made for the Sader nights or the en-
lire week.
RABBIS OIVE SCPERVISION
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner and
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff are in charge
of the supervision of Kosher Passover
dairy products at the Seaboard Sani-
tary Dairy operated by Louis .Taeob-
skind and his son, Max, which will be.
supplied to their customers nt the
regular prices, A complete line of
sweet milk, sweet and sour cream, but-
ter and cottage cheese will he Identi-
fied by the signatures of the Rabbis.

Bt'ILDING OPERATIONS
BEGl'N
The Southern Kosher Sausage Fac-
tory, Inc. which will produce Kosher
delicntcKHen for the State of Florida,
"ogntt building operations last Tues-
day at their plant, 828 \. W.Twenty-
'ir-l Terrace. As ....... as the addi-
'"'"' and re......It-ling are completed
the machinery will he installed.
/
SOCIETY
KOSHER PALESTINE
WINES HERE
An unusually fine and varied as-
sortment of aged Kosher Pasover Car-
tel wines direct from Palestine is
being distributed locally by the Man-
hattan Beer Distributors, Inc.. to
Mores in the Greater Miami area. In
addition to the Carmel wines which
a niguatiires of the Palestinian
Rah :iinl the late Rabbi Rook
'he company is distributing a line of
fine California "Montora" wines
both sweet and soar in Port. Tokay.
Muscatel. Malaga. Sherry and Haut
Sauterne, prepared under the super-
vision of Rabbi G. Katzman. of Ssn
Francisco, Pal., and bottled in Miami
.it the warehouse of the Manhattan
Beer Distributors, Inc., under the su-
pervision of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
A. Refiner of Miami, by three mash-
gichim named by these Rabbis. Those
desiring this wine may phone Mr, Ben
'man at the office of the distribu-
tors and he will advise them where
they may be obtained.
direction of committees of these or-
ganizations headed by Mrs. Jos. Wil-
liamson of the Senior and Mrs'. Mut-
ty Grossman of Junior Hadassah.
Representatives of seven state* will
attend the proceedings and will lis-
ten to addresses on the work of the
organizations. Headquarters will be-
at the Blackstone Hotel. Miami Beach.
An interesting and important prob-
lem will be consideration of the ad-
ded work regarding the Aliyah move-
ment which is now including the
youth of Austria.

HADASSAH TO HOLD
CONVENTION
Plans for one of the most imprrf-
Regional Conferences of both
Junior and Senior Hadassah to be
held here April 24th. 25th and 26th,
are now being completed under the
HOME PROniTF.RS TO
INSURE KOSHER PROBITTS
The Miami Home Milk Producers
will again provide il< many Jewish
customers with their Passover dairy
needs under the strictest of ritual
supervision in .-barge of Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff of Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion, Miami Reach, and Rabbi Ahra-
I ham A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation. A masbglsch
appointed by the two Rabbis will be
in full control of the production and
Ivottling of the fine milk, sweet cream,
'sour cream, butter and cottage cheese
which will be sold to the customers
at the regular prices. Distinctive la-
l.els bearing the signatures of the
Rabbis will identify each bottle and
package of the Kosher Passover prod-
ucts. The ninsgiach will live at the
dairy during the entire holiday. Those
desiring the Passover products are
urged to notify the route men as soon
sj possible, to insure prompt delivery.
W.AMAC HOTEL TO CONDUCT
SABER SERVICES
The Alamac Hotel, operated for a
long number of years by the Family
Jacobs, will hold special Sader serv-
ices with the usual traditional observ-
ance on Friday night, April lth and
Saturday evening. April Kith. The
special cuisine for which this hotel
[ is famed will again '.:: served and ev-
erything will he done to make the
guests welcome in true holiday fash-
ion. Reservations are suggested and
may also be made for the entire Pass-
over week.

FREE DRF.H INSTRUCTIONS
AVAILABLE
Mr. Abraham Bramson. organizer
of the only all Jewish orchestra of
Greater Miami, announces that any
boy interested in securing free drum
lessons and receiving individual and
orchestral training should
eate with bim personally
David Talmud Torah between 4:00
and 0:00 p. m. A drum is not re-
quired. Anyone, boy or girl, who is
a bass player is asked to communicate
with Mr. Bramson as this position
in the orchestra is open.

VISITORS LEAVE
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Segall .of Bal-
timore, Md.. left for their home after
spending several weeks here. Mrs.
Segall is the sister of Mrs. Bertha
Berkowlch Levy of Miami.

CANTOR BERELE KELEMER
TO PRESIDE AT SADER
Cantor Berele Relemer, who is one
of the most popular cantors in riiis
area, will conduct the Sailer at the
Victor lintel, operated under Adler
I management at 1U-I Ocean Drive.
'.Miami Beach, on Friday night. April
lffthi md Saturday night, April 10th.
Strict Passover traditional Sedorim
will be observed and popular prices
will prevail. Reservations may be
made for the Sedorim or for the entire
Passover week. Holiday cuisine for
which the hotel is known will be
served.
FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 193$
HOTEL TO HAVE
SADER SERVICE
The Belvedere Hotel at Miami
Beach, founded by the late Ida Fish-
kind, will again observe Passover this
year iii the usual traditional manner
Sader services will be conducted Fri-
day evening. April 15th and Saturday
evening, April 16th, by a prominent
citizen and the beautiful liturgy will
be followed in every detail. Reserva-
tions are urged for the Passover week
or for the Sader services. A special
holiday cuisine will be served.
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OF THI
SUPREME
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dividual and
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DISTRIBUTOR
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Miami, Flonda
MIAMI BEACH
RITTER'S HOTEL
LA FLORA HOTEL
Collins Avenue at Thirteenth Street
MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW FOR
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
Sader Services Rendered by
REVEREND ISIDOR BRAVERMAN
ATTRACTIVE LOW RATES NOW AND FOR
PASSOVER
Northern Resorts:
Ritter's Hotel, Lakewood, New Jersey
Bitter's Ocean Royal Hotel. Bradley Beach N J
DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED
YOU MAY ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS
DAIRY PRODUCTS
Strictly Kosher for Passover
Under the Supervision of
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
0' Beth Jacob Congregation
Miami Beach
1 RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
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CREAM-souk CREAM-COTTAGE C HEFSE
AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICE
NOTIFY OUR ROUTE MAN OR PHONE US
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yjUDAY, APRIL 1, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
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BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
of MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31st St.2-9548
MIAMI
Either or both of the Rabbis will'be In the Temple every morning.
,y consult with them on matters concerning the Jewish commu-
. [, or your personal problems. Yon will be assured sympathetic
and advice.* and, needless to say, each matter will be held In
-nfldence.
FRIDAY NIGHT MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS PAY NO VISITS-
GIVE NO PARTIES GO TO TEMPLE
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D.
6996 Albacore Drive6-1265
MIAMI BEACH
SOCIETY
RECITAL, TO FEATURE
SHIRLEY LEVY
A dramatic recital featuring Shirley
Levy, daughter of the well known
communal worker, Mrs. Bertha Berk-
OWleta Levy, will be presented at the
Kliickstone Hotel, Miami Beach, by
CONGREGATIONAL,
Regular services will be held at
Trtn|>l<' Israel, this Friday evening,
April 1st, 1988 at s:l"> p. "> Rabbi
Column A. Zwitiniin will speak on the
mbjei-i "The Olean and the Unclean
i.....ii Civilisation."
jfervircti will be conducted by Dr.
Jirob II. Kaplan.
TEMPLE Ml S1CALE
S inday evening. April 10th,
. ileligbtful inusieal program
Bill in presented t" Temple members,
Histerhnod members and their friends
! !' fessor I..... l'ormciff. with the
ll0, mice of Mana Zueeii.
T proceeds of tliis concert will go
piano fund of the Temple Is-
- Kterbood. This fund has al-
,,:i aided by concert given
months ago by lira. Hannah
Kvi lyn Raff and Evelyn
The concert t" be given by
or l'nitniii'f ami Mana-Zuoca
i-cond of the series for this very
worthy fund.
Letter* have been sent to in- inlc i-s
I ib> congregation urging the support
nf the project through the purchase
if two tickets for the concert. Th
few
Marks
PrufM
i- the
in his contribution of Sl.no for the
piano club.
Professor Portnoff and Msiia-Zuccs
have assured as thai an array of local
musical stars will participate in the
program which will be long remember-
ed by those who will attend.
Tickets may be purchased at the
Temple office or from the Sisterhood
co-chairman of this concert. Mrs.
Jacob II. Kaplan and Mrs. Leo Btein.
SISTERHOOD MEETING
On the agenda of the meeting ti> be
held mi Monday afternoon. April 4th,
ai 2:30 p. in., will be the election of
Sisterhood officers for the enauing
year. The nominations eommitte"
Will present their slate to the an in
hers, win, will select the officers for
the organisation.
The meeting will be pr.......led by i
farewell luncheon to the outgoing of-
ficers, which will be held at 12:30 p.
ill. Reservations for the luncheon
may be made ilh the Temple office,
and with Mrs. Kaplan and Mrs. Stein.
The price tnt the luncheon will be 50c
per pei'Kon.
TEMPLE HOARD MEETING
The regular monthly meeting of the
tickets are priced at BOc each, and we 'Temple Israel Board of Directors will
believe that every member of the Tern- | be held on Tuesday evening. April 5th
.inil-ss of attendance at or al>- I at K:00 p.m. All members are urged
Mi,' li-iii. the concert should BOUd I to attend.
B'NAI B'RITH
BRIEFS
4-
v
i!
Imme las
problem
lions were
111 to ill
ting.
' gates to
fifty percent of the officers
a meeting at President
Sunday to discuss
. siitne splendid
made and will be
Lodge at the next
Fifth District Con-
on at Orlaildo the latter part of
)! > iii soon 1m(- nominated and elect-
ed. the iiiiuiAmt of delegates going
lii Orlando art* entirely dependent on
ittitude "V the members. by
pat/inn Mini dues, getting other mem-
tn pay Ibjelr dues ami a few new
ibers, Shdlem Lodge will get the
iitimi she is entitled to. will
lp.
|uiz classes, 1 mean rclieiir
begin for the degree team
Pallet ays he'll produce. Will
be lazy or will they really
the beautiful ritual as it
"be done?
Of bm
How iboul you Ben BrithsV Those
f you who can accommodate some
-indents of the University of Miami
at your Passover Sailer are asked to
communicate with President Stone or
Seerlary Friedman as soon as possible
. we believe you will enjoy their
company and we're sure they'll enjoy
being with you.
Once more ICmii B'rith is in the
forefront President Cohen "f
B'nal B'rith accompanied by Con-
gressman yer were in conference with President
Roosevelt and Secretary Hull regard-
ing steps to help Austrian and Ger-
man refugees. A committee of
of B'nal B'rith "as named and im-
mediately advised presidents of the
District Grand Lodges to be prepared
to help when the call mines.....
You'll soon get a call for an
portnnt"business n.....tins; of the I
so put aside all
and he ready the
lin-
nlge
it her engagements
second Tuesday of
the month You'll be interested to
learn of a large number of facts you
do not now realize.
IMPORTANT NOTE
Rabbi Orl Felshin of Palestine, who
hs been a winter visitor to this area
for the past several years desires to
advise the public that he has at no
time permitted the use of his name as
endorsing the kashrus of any rcstau-
ji
ft
THE BELVEDERE HOTEL
kEUCLID AVENUE -* BEACH
Ld by the Late Mrs. Ida Fishltind, (First to Bring a
Kosher Hotel to Miami)
LBc Open for the Traditional Sader
Way, April 15Saturday, April 16
and the
[ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK
REASONABLE RATES
the Dora Hosenhouse School of Dra-
matic Arts Sunday evening, April 8,
it 8:80 o'clock. Miss Levy who has
shown splendid development in dra-
matic art will be heard in selections
from Judnh Leib Perets's immortal
"BonttJ Shweig" the never to be for-
gotten lesson of Jewish patience, con-
tentment and innate modesty of the
simple Jewish soul. She will also
present selections from Fanny Hurst's
"Humoresque.' Miss Levy will be as-
sisted by Beri Rippa, vocalist, and
Hortense Beekwltt, pianist. The pub-
lic is invited to attend. No cards
will be issued.

LEAVER K'K NEW YORK
Mrs. Biii Roffort former president
.if Beth David Sisterhood, left j-Mter
day for a brief visit to friends and
relatives in New Yorh City.

BABY SON is BORN
Mr. and Mrs. 11: i \ Rvans of th
Hotel Evans, Miami Beach, Florida
and Loch Sheldrake, \. Y.. announc
the bi:th of a son. Stephen Jay. oil
March 22nd.

TKVI-I.r* ISRAEL SISTERHOOD
TO SPONSOR ACTIVITIES
The Temple Israel Sisterhood will
sponsor a luncheon party on Monday.
April I. at 12:30 p. in., at Kaplan
Hall with Mrs. Jacob Kaplan and
, Mrs. Sam Busker in charge. Follow
I ing the luncheon a regular meeting
will be held at 2*00 p. m.. when el.....
tion of fiffieers will he held.
On Sunday evening, April 10. at
8:00 p. in., the Sisterhood will give
a concert of which the proceeds will
be donated to the piano fund. Pro-
f, -soi- Leo Portnoff and Manna-Zucca
will present the concert and all mem-
bers an' friends art.....rdially invited
to attend.
ed with the management and opera-
tion of the Olympia Hotel there.

WILL MAKE THEIR
HOME III- it I-:
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kahn, former
residents of Miami, who resided in
Elix beth, X. .1.. for the past several
years arrived here last week to estab-
lish their permanent home here. Mrs.
Kahn was formerly an active worker
of F.inunah Chapter, O. E. 8.

PASSOVER LINES TO
BE HANDLED %
A complete line of everything need-
ed for the Jewish home during Pass-
over will be carried by the Rosedale
Delicatessen. Miami, and will include
Maizos. Kosher domestic and import-
ed wines, teas, coffees, jellies ami
dairy products, and everything else
the Jewish housewife may desire.
WATCH
YOUR
Sft BUDGET
rant or hotel. That he is not ami has
not intervened in Kashrus matters
if any kind since that is the provimv
of tin- local Rabbis.
TO LEAVE FOR HOME
Rabbi and Mrs. David ('bin. of Mi-
ami Beach, whose marriage was a
recent event will leave next Sunday
to make their home with Mrs. Clcin's
Ijif-ii* Mr. mid Mis, Sanincl Krne-
mcr. where they will become associat-
aLL
GREYHOUND LINES
CRBTHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH
FOR CORRECT Bl-S INFORMATION pL r 1 01 O
NORTHBOUND pt'9P;< t.F.AVF FROM Ills O'lOlii
515 Washington Avenue
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To Make Sure It's REALLY GOOD Demand
AUGUST BROS.
DELICIOUS PRODUCTS
A complete line of Almond and Cocoanut Macaroons, Nut
Cake, Sponge Cake Holiday Delicacies, all reasonably
priced. At all leading Delicatessen and Grocery Stores,
or at our Bakery
AUGUST BROS.
361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-2792
At All Groceries
I. R0KEACH & SONS, INC., BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Trade Mark Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.
These ROKEACH Household Products,
which help to keep your home Kosher
and Spotless, are also
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
ROKEACH KOSHER
SCOURING POWDER
ROKOHFor Porcelain,
Enamel and Tile
'ROKEACH SILVER
POLISH
'ROKEACH KOSHER
SOAPIn Cartons
ROKEACH POLISH
POWDER
ROKEACH KOSHER
Aluminum Cleanser
BIG ITEM
FOODS/
Authorities who have inves-
tigated find that great losses
in "FOOD" and "FOOD
VALUES" are constantly
occurring due to old-fashion-
ed and inefficient cooking
equipment. Glenwood Gas
Cookery with the new "Dual-
Thrift" simmer center top
burners helps you save Food
and Fuel. Its amar.ing new
"Teluvision" Au toma tic Oven
Heat Control tell*you"HOW"
and shows you ""ADEN"by
all means, see these new
cooking features.
F<\A
PEOPLE'S WATER
& GAS CO. f
1462 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
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Tampa Notes
Miss Sybil Apatoff returned to her
home from Miami Beach, where she
spent three months as the guest of
her aunt, Mrs. H. M. Barg.
wore among th< m. .
Inn. "Hell Hitler."
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ABOUT PEOPLE
Xebudi M.imliim will IN
quarter million ilc.lh.rv for hit (Willing
t lii ^ Mason.
Columbia pictures
Dr. Sam Berpman, of New Orleans,
is visiting his mother, Mrs. E. M.
Bergman, of this city.
The Auxiliary of Temple Rodoph
Sholom observed Auxiliary Sabbath
Friday night at the Temple. Mrs. P.
Gotler spoke on "Jewish Women's In-
fluence in the Community;" Mrs. W.
Wolf son lead the responsive reading;
Mrs. A. R. Berger read the Bible leg- bers of the H. S. D. Club were guests
MO and Mrs. M. Stein, Mrs. A. Wolf- 0f the fraternity.
son, Mrs. I. Salsbury and Mrs. I. Se-
A. Z. A. HOLDS SERVICES
The Tampa Chapter No. 811 of the
Aleph Zadek Aleph conducted the
complete services last Friday evening
at Temple Rodoph Sholom in connec-
tion with International A. Z. A. Sab-
bath. William Ojter acted as cantor
for the evening and read the service. :
He was assisted by Sam Weber, who would be ready to paj him
made Kiddush and the A. Z. A. choir tll ,,|y the main role >" tl.....
consisting of all members of the A.LewIoI| ,- Clifford Odeta' "Golden
Z. A. Louis Morris, president of the ...
fraterni.y, gave a short speech on the **" Too bad If It's true,
"Merits of the A. Z. A." Phil Haim- "' *" ^wig Uwiaata '
ovit, chaplain, gave a sermon on hla entire collection "f art objeel
"What I believe." Rabbi Adolph Jewish antiques on sale. I'
Burger spoke briefly. Lehman, young ton ot the G
The A. Z. A. has been meeting at of New York, is now an employee in
the T. M. H. A. every Tuesday even- I the Wall Street firm of Lehmai
ing. At the last meeting, the mem- |... If some of yobr friends hi
nit with buttons bearing the letters
gal served as ushers.
Sol Ketler, chairman of the athletic
committee, has issued a call for all
candidates for the A .'/.. A. baseball
team to report to Washington Field,
Sunday morning at 10:00 o'clock.
Members expecting to go out for the
team arc: Louis Morris, Lester Leih-
Argintar, Sam Berger, Willie Oster,
ovitz, Howard Weissman, Sammie.
Tloobb you will know thai thi
j,ii.....l Hie Loyal Order "f Ha<
Husbands, started on Lous Island by
men drafted for Hadaasah sen
their wives. We hope it's true
that Justice Cardoaa is getting better
so fast that he may return thi
bench in time for the Pall session. .
Did yon know that Prince Hubertus
zii I.....wensteln. the Catholic anti-
Nazi whose ancestors include twelve
Miss Rose Perctzman, daughter of I IZZ Z7 JZTT" m 7~J71*^
Mr. and Mrs. L. Pcreteman and Ralph
Lutzk, son of Mrs. B. Lutzk, of At-
lanta, were married recently at the
Tampa Terrace Hotel, Rabbi Adolph
Burger officiated.
The bride was given in marriage by
ma'id^^nof an/S'fss MaTLTzk l"'" **"* E"" JfTlfS ^"l emperors, also claims to be descended
of Atlanta, sister of the bridegroom. Y* i^J^JS^JK "..... *>"* ""Vi,'? H' '""' ""'
AronOTltj and Herbert Haber. The prtaceM .,. ,, tMt wa, to Cxe. I
fraternity is planning to enter a s|,1Villiifl. ,h(.ir V|enna home I
team in one of the city leagues.
Tlie "A. Z. A. Five" completed its
1937-38 basketball season with a vic-
tory over the "Lee Specials" at Lee
Playground last Monday night. Sol
Kotler topped the scorers with 11
points.
JACKSONVILLE
Mr. Bernard Roberta and her
. ,. Urs. Edward Itobkin cn-
tertained recently at a luncheon party
in the lounge of the Woman'i Club
honoring two ol the leaaon'a charming
Bannah Beasie Har-
ris and MIm Mary Prancea Lippman,
ol ,| Mi 3< : o l;- Bern of Boston, a
visitor in the city.
Guests included Mies Lippman,
Min Harris and Urs, Sears and Mis-
DaTia, Carol Davis and
' cobs, lire. Harry Pinkel-
i Mrs. I.. P. Lipi man, Mrs, Herr-
mi ii. Han i, Mra. H. P. Levy,
Un. Max y tiruiithal. Mrs. Max N.
Obcrderfer .lr.. Mrs. David Davis,
.Mr-. David Nusbaum, Mrs. Lawrence
M. Lippman, Mrs. Qabe Lippman,
Mrs. Horaci Lippman, Mrs. Herbert
VTeiaa, Mrs. Mor-
att, Mra. Israel I. Kaplan
and .Mrs. Emma < isainsky.
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I of honor were: Mrs. Horrm.
ris, Mrs. H. P. Lev/ T^
lL. Seitner, Mrs. Kdwa'rd **
Mrs. Bernard Roberts and V ^
S. Hamniel. a
Mr. and Mrs. HaakeJ 7Am
ainiounce the birth of a son T
March 82nd.
'man
Mrs. Anael Chcpnik ,,_
b,::h'""" m m.L
Mrs. M.ixi y :-.'. Oberderfer, Jr.. and
Mrs. Mazey Gruntbal entertained nt
n last week in the home of
the former on Old Oak Terrace hon-
Miai Hannah Bessie Harris-
Seated with tin hostesses and guest
Mr. and
nounee the
March 14th. Mrs.' rC^ *!**
imrly Miss Rose LsibovitS,
The April Fool dame 0f ...
quire Club will be held |n ,r*
Washington Hotel beginillg J
o'doch Saturday night.
Assisting Harvey Leltman, VrKn,
chairman, with Leonard BoaavZ?
co-chairman, are: Julian j,B '
Arnold Silvcrbcrg, Be,, .\i.|s,ja "
inn Goldberg, Ellis Rats, w
Dvoekin, Bobby Jacobs. Cawiaj rJ
man. Donald Weiss, Milton Bate
and Irving Sablow, in additui ,
Miss Edith Wolfson and Hal I.,,,,,
bridegroom,
was a bridesmaid. Harry Lutzk of
Atlanta, brother of the groom served
as best man. A dinner for relatives
and friends was given by Mr. and
Mrs. L. Perctzman after the cere-
mony. Mr. and Mrs. Lutzk left for
n wedding trip to Miami and Cuba.
They will be home April 3rd.
been confiscated.
Mrs. Ery Meyer and Mrs. Jules
Bragin entertained Friday at a lunch-
eon at the Tampa Terrace Hotel.
Bridge and keno games were played
during the afternoon and prizes were
awarded winners of high scores. Vis-
itors invited included Mrs. Gugenheim
and Miss Rose Rosenbaum. of Rich-
mond, Va., Mrs. Bilgore, of Brooklyn,
N. T., Mrs. Jules Winston of New
York, Mrs. Berner and Miss Garner
of New Port News, Va., and Mrs. Ar-
thur. Others attending were Meg-
dame* Sol Maas, Abe Maas, Charles
Jacobs. Sol Jacobs, A. E. Arthur, Ray-
mond Meyer, M. Henry Cohen, Miir-
ena Cohen, Joe Waterman, Stern
Seraheim, M. O. Madder, Wertheimer,
Binsinsnger, Ons Saekbaek, David
Ziilonka. Leo Weiss, O. Stuart, Ar-
thur Kessler, Jerome Waterman,
Louis Stein, Isaac Levy, Louis Well-
house. Ernest Maas, N. L. Marcus,
Julius Annis. Maud Hammer, Morris
Rachelson. Hiram Hammer, Daniel
Rachelson. O. Z. Marcus, N. L. Mar-
cus, O. Whitman and Miss Lilly
Hammer.
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JRTOAY, APBIL 1,1988
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAK
JTAMJS 0UU
ORAYNOO
"OUR LIGHT"
BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER, EDITOR
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
1012 HARWELL STREET ORLANDO, FLA.
Services 8:li> p. m. Sermon by
Rabbi Skop: "Approaching another
Passover." Children services and
story hour. The following boyi of tha
Bar Milzva Club will conduct the
children's services at 10:00 a. m. Sat-
urday morning. New initiates: Stan-
ley Becker, Stanley Shadcr, Ansel
Wittenstein and Martin Landau.
Rabbi Skop will continue his series
of Jewish adventure stories. Girls
are invited to the services.
CONFIRMATION CLASS
Confirmation Class of 1938 will
eonsii-t of the following boys and
girls i Julius Bornstcin of Clermont;
Pearl Haimowit*. Mildred Haimo-
witz, Neil Wittenstein, Charles
Shader, Louis Landau, Marian Hoff-
man. Ethel Blattncr, Sanders Kottle-
in;in. Tat Nadler, Oscar Tetenbaum,
ami Norma Wittenstein. The class
will continue meeting with Rabbi
Sk<>p every Thursday from 4:00 to
B :80 p. m. Parts in the confirmo-
tion service will be assigned accord-
ing to the grades made in the exami-
nation which will consist of the fol-
lowing material: ten questions on the
d.nfirmation manual, ten questions on
ih- "Story of the Jews," five ques-
tions on current Jewish events, one
fewisb book review or five opinion
MStlona dealing with Jewish customs
and ceremonies. Examinations will be
held the first Thursday in May.
YOUTH FORUM
Continuing its cultural program.
the Youth Forum will present Trof.
Richard Feuerstein of Rollins Col-
lege In a public lecture on the "Baal
S iii TovGod Intoxicated Heart,"
A MODERN STRUCTURE NEEDED
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Sunday evening at 8:00 p. m., April
10th, at the synagogue. The public
is invited. There will l>e no admis-
ion Charge but a collection will be
taken up for the Forum book fund.
DisCOUion next Wednesday evening
will be on the subject "Current Vis- |
ions of JudaismWhich Forces will
I'revail?" The discussion will be con-
ducted by Mr. Stcifel and Mr. Martin
Segal. All young people arc invited.
Plans for the first anpual hike to be
held in May will be completed. Parts
for the one-act play, "Herring," being
Coached by Mrs. R. Skjp, ;will :be
cast.
B'NAI B'RITH INSTALLATION
At one of the most outstanding so-
cial evenings of the season, the local
lodge 1043, B'nai B'rith installed a
Ladies Auxiliary last Sunday evening
Officers installed with the impressive
installation ceremony. Mrs. Nat Ber-
man, president; Mrs. Gus Bear, vice-
president; Mrs. F. J. Schiff, treasur-
er; Mrs.Louis Jacob, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Ben Arstein, corres-
ponding secretary and Mrs. Walter
Ackerman. parliamentarian.
Prof. Feuerstein delivered a fascin-
ating lecture on "SpinozaGod In-
toxicated Mind." The installing of-
ficers ( the B'nai B'rith were B. J.
Cohen, president; Nnt Berman, vice-
president ; L. S. Frankel, treasurer;
S. Ziigoren. secretary; II. N. Roth,
monitor; Martin Segal, assistant mon-
itor; lr. J. G. Seltzer, guardian and
I. Paster, custodian.
UNITED JEWISH CAMPAIGN
Orlando Jewry opened its campaign
for f'J.000.00 to be divided between

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with free time granted by station
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Skop spoke on n fifteen-minute broad-
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Must be Saved." Tuesday night the
fifteen minute broadcast included Rev.
John H. Hanger, minister of the Win-
ter Park Methodist Episcopal church.
H. N. Roth, chairman of the campaign
committee and Rabbi Skop. The cam-
paign wound up with a public good-
will mass meeting for Protestants.
Catholics and Jews. The following
guest speakers were on the program :
Rev. Fred Turner. First Methodist
Church ; Father Bishop of the Cath-
olic Church; Dean Melville Johnson
of the Cathedral. Oev. Lindsay Me
Nair of the First Presbyterian church
and Rev. John H. Hanger of the Win-
ter Park Methodist Episcopal church.
More than five hundred Jews and
non-Jews assembled in the synagogue
for the good-will meeting.
PASSOVER PREPARATIONS.
The entire Jewish community is
busy preparing for the community Se-
,lnr to be held Friday at 7 :00 p. m..
on April 15th. Reservations for adults
|1.25, Including- Haggadata and com-
plete Paaaover meal. Children 75c.
For reservations, call Mrs. Jacob.
3504. No reservations after April 5.
The Hebrew and Religious Schools
are preparing a Passover play for the
Religion! School assembly. The chil-
dren will conduct their own Pas over
Sedar on Sunday. April 10th. Parent!
are invited. A special service for first
boru boys will be conducted at C :00
a. m.. Passover morning. April 15th.
The Siyum will be conducted by Can-
tor Leshinsky and Rabbi Skop and all
fathers with first-born sons are urged
to be present at this dawn service.
CONDOLENCES
The Jewish community expresses
its heart-felt sympathy to the Hill-
man family upon the pasing of 37-
year old Elmo Hillman. His sudden
death within three days was a terri-
ble shock to his many friends in the
May his
entire Jewish community,
memory be a blessing.
HEARTIEST MOZOL TOV
The Jewish community expresses
its sincere Mozol Tov to the parents
of Mi-s Hinclalyn Coplon and the par-
ents of Mr. Jack Wolfson upon the
announcement of their approaching
wedding, April 10th. The wedding
will take place at the residence of the
bride in Orlando and will be a strictly
family ceremony. Rabbi Morris A.
Skop will officiate.
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TiJDAf, APEIL I, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE ELEVEN
YOURS TO OWN--YOURS TO SERVE WITH!
TEES LOVELY TABLEWARE WELL
BE YOUR PROUD LIFELONG POSSESSION
Truly Such An Amazing Offer May
Never Come to You Again
BEAUTIFUL 6-PIECE UNIT OF
WM. A. ROGERS A-1 PLUS SILVERWARE
absolutely tree
for every New Subscription
or only 99c
with coupon for our old subscribers
COMPLETE 6-PIECE UNIT
With a Written Guarantee
Contains:
2 TEASPOONS
1 DINNER FORK
1 SALAD FORK
1 SOUP SPOON
1 DINNER KNIFE
(Solid HandleStainless Steel Blade)
6 Beautiful Pieces------Pure Silver Plated Rich
Lustrous SILVERWARE That Beautify Your Table
I
Something You've Always Wanted
Beautiful Silverware! All women love *t ... but few women own it.
Picture your table set with rich, lustrous silverware. Picture serving
your guests with the famous EOGERS SILVERWARE! To the thous-
ands of women who have always wanted this we have an announce-
ment of LM-eat importance to make. The Jewish Flondian, through the
co-oporatmn 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 vou iust 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
3ervice for one person, in the smart new Encore Design, is made and
iruaranteed without time limit by that world famous silversmith,
Oneida Ltd. This excellent quality ware is heavily silverplated to
extra standard grade on the finest 18% nickel silver base, and in addi-
tion has an extra plating of pure silver at the points of greatest wear.
These points come at the back of the bowls of the spoons and at the
back of the tines of the forks. Should any piece of this high quality
silverware ever fail to give satisfactory service, we will replace that
piece absolutely free of charge."
Free or Only 99c and a Coupon
And now think of this. The retail value of this unit is $2.79. You
obtain a new subscriber for the Jewish Floridian and you get the
unit free or pay only 99c, and a coupon which you chp from the
Jewish Floridian. Imagine 6 pieces of ROGERS SILVERWARE for
only a little more than you would pay for ordinary silverware!
Women all over town will jump at this opportunity because it is un-
usual indeed! We urge you, too, to act on this offer, for it may never
ome again! Start saving your coupons now 1
Take Advantage of this
Obtain Your Unit
No Limit to Units You May Obtain
There is no limit to the number of units you can obtain. You can
obtain service for one or the whole family. So make sure you obtain
a new subscriber for the Jewish Floridian or take advantage of the
low cash offer accompanied by coupon. The Jewish Floridian is
anxious to make new friends. That is why this offer is being made
possible.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
P. 0. Box 2973, Miami, Florida
Please enroll as a subscriber for one year for which I enclose
two dollars.
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(You are to forward me one unit as described, free of charge,
for my services in obtaining this subscription.)
FOR OLD SUBSCRIBERS
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
P. 0. Box 2973, Miami, Florida.
I am enclosing 99c and this coupon as an old subscriber of your
paper, for which you will please send me one unit of the sil-
verware described, to
Name ...............'........................f..........
City ..................................' ':..............
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(Mail Orders 15c Extra)
Unusual Offer and
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PAGE TWELVE
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
rEIDAY, APBIL 1. im
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLXER. Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 9<9 S. W. 13th Court: Phon S-5H2
M of :bt rwtpiir which hs stores
I aLada, Bir-
Department Store
BoyCOttS Germany minsham and L*icter. announced
Laaiaoa. (WX8)Lewiai I- :ie ianediate recall of til buyen
Bagtaad'a ;arf. ,>f depart-
mem Mm*, i *d that i:
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from Geraany and Austria. Ha Mid
"I would scour every market in the
before I would do anything to
v | direct the economic well-being
of a country that is content to haT
a man at itg head who daUbarual
maliciously and cruelly penaeuhi
one of the oldest- races in the world
Sir Frederick declared his firm Mn
find goods that can be sold with
ii.. eonadeaei to the free peopl... 0(
England.
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily: Shachris at S a. m.:
Mincha at 5:30 p. m ; Maarlv,
15 minutes after sunset-
Sabbath services: Friday
evening at 5:00 p. m : Satur-
day morning at 9: CO a. m.; Sat-
urday afternoon a: 515 p. ta.
S1VIM Urn TOR AH TO BE
CELEBRATED
A QaUajoe aad inspiring celebration
will take place in the synagogue of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation on Sunday evening. April 3rd
at 7 :30 P m. It is the first rime in
the memory of men and women living.
that a Safer Torah is presented to a
c-.tigregarion by the children of the
aynagogue. Tb." Habanoth girl* club,
meeting under the aegis of the Miami
Jrwish Orthodox Congregation have
gieea a aafcatwtia] contribution to-
war.i the purchase of this Holy
SetvQ, thus making possible its pre-
aentattoa.
BNBittM beaded by Mr. H. It
Dreeick, preaideat is preparing the
aad arrangements are care-
ful !y be:- | ::.; !,;ed to make this
a memoriaMe one.
The Boy S tta :: .? f bM T. M.
11. A. wiB .-..: as hoMt r-ard and
the girls in the blue and wall* will be
ntWretti. Rabbi Abraham A. Refi-
ner will conduct the pre* -
vice and deliver the principal ailress
while wordk of greeting will be ex-
tended by the Rabb:s of the various
.>. A musical program
will be rendered by Cantors Mamches.
Mroobcl and Hay man. The Ladies
A \. ir> "ill be in charge cf decor-
: the synagogue appropriately an!.
they will ai<> serve refreshments.
will ha furnished by t'.ie
| well known and popular orchestra of
IMr. Abraham Bram~ -.
It vitations have been sent out to
the members and friends of the syna-
- gat and this official means is again
taken to extend a moat cordial invita-
ition to tv.ry Jew and Jewess of Ml
i community.
FRIDAY EVENING SERVICE
nuiug intii the Fassover Fes-
tivals, the late servkvs will be held
this Friday evening at 5:30 p. m.. and
will be featured by a discussion of
P -r Laws. At this season of
the year when our people prepare for
the festival of Freedom especial care
taken to be well advised of
tow and traditions which
mark IVsacb. The Rabbi will be hap-
py to answer questions from the floor
- .. U h- :r.v-.tes Queries at his
r at the synagogue anytime
n now and the Festival.
POLITICAL BRIEFS
O. A. RoUiaa, native Floridian and
rnmiMiat Miami real estate broker,
announced his candidacy for County
Purchasine Agent. Dade County Flor-
ida, tils week.
Mr. Rollins has resided in Miami.
Dade County. Florida, einee 1923 re-
ceived bis education in the public
- of the State of Florida, is
td and has two children.
Mr. Rollins has a wide range of ex-
perience and has hcli successfully
pom as railroad agent, train dis-
patcher and commercial telegraph
manager, and for the last fourteen
years has been actively and Bnccesa-
fu'.ly engaged in real estate business
in Dade Coanry.
WE TAKE PLEASURE AND PRIDE IX ANNOUNCING THAT
KOSHER PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS
Will be produced by us in full compliance with the Jewish laws, under the
supervision of
RABBI ABRAHAM KELLNER
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Miami
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Congregation Beth Jacob, Miami Beach
AND IN THE PRESENCE OF A MASHGIACH, APPOINTED BY THE
BABBIS
IF YOU ARE NOW A CUSTOMER OF THE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUC
EBS ASSOCIATION, INSTRUCT YOUR ROUTE MAX ABOUT YOUR
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PASSOVER PERIOD
IP YOUR DAIRYMAN. NOW SERVING YOU. WILL NOT BE PREPARED
TO SERVE KOSHER PASSOVER PRODUCTS. WE SHALL BE HAPPY
TO SERVE YOU. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW.
Call, Write or Phone
Miami Home Milk Producers
Association
768 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-7696
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Not sir.ee Lorillard began blending choice
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has there been a finer sendee offered American
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