The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 17, 1930
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Vol. III.-No. XLII. Miami, Florida


ff ROAWMW
BY ERNEST CAMP J
NEW YORK Your average
New Yorker is an animal wholly
devoid of any moral indignation or
reforming fervor. Try as you may,
you cannot excite him with tales
of political scandal, bribery and
graft.
Possibly he has built up a pro-
tective working up any emotional
steam over such matters. With-
out such protection, in a town like
this, he would simply emote him-
self to death.
"Take it easy, you'll last longer"
seems to sum up the whole town's
attitude.
Outsiders marvel that the people
of such a great city would put up
with the corruption, graft, and
hokum that has been
Corrupt and foisted upon them by
Contented the present city admin-
istration. In any
smaller city the sturdy burghers
would rise in righteous wrath and
demand that someone be run out
of town.
But in New York? A New
York newspaper had its reporters
go out and quiz a number of aver-
age, typical New Yorkers as fol-
lows: "Will the present political
scandals influence your vote in
this coming election?" Only one
out of six answered "yes".
*


Miami Congrega-
tion Holds Party

With an assemblage of
more than one hundred and
fifty men and women and a
large number of children pre-
sent, the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation held its
first Simchas Torah celebra-
tion at the Odd Fellows Hall
last Wednesday night. Mr.
Louis Vangilder was Master
of ceremonies and introduced
the various speakers and en-
tertainers. Mr. Nathan Wroo-
bel cantor of the congrega-
tion sang several Hebrew and
Yiddish songs, and Miss Han-
nah Feldmani was heard in a
number of vocal selections.
Mr. A. Pritzker and Mr. Na-
than Adelman read several
humorous selections in Yid-
dish. Mrs. I. Buckstein, Mr.
Max Kuperferstein and Mr.
H. M. Drevitch spoke during
the evening on the progress of
the organization.
An announcement that a
Rabbi to head the Congrega-
tion had been engaged by the
Board of Directors was an-
nounced by Mr. Kupferstein.
He will also teach the Talmud
Torah classes which are now
in the course of organization


One person replied as follows: and for which registration
"No. Prior to election time one will open in the next ten days.
party is always loudly trumpeting
the so-called scandals of the oth- Numerous cash and pledges
er. There has always been cor- for the support of the Con-
ruption and, in my opinion, always gregation and the Talmud To-
will be. rah were received during the
Another: No. We all know that
there is a certain amount of graft evening. An announcement
in politics in all large cities. But was made that a general
the question of whether one did or meeting of the organization
did not pay a higher-up for ob- for the election of officers
training the position should not and the rendering of a finan-
-enter."
In other words, it's quite all cial report of the congrega-
right, and a little swank, you know, tion would be held at the Odd
fora judge to buy his appointment Fellows Hall on Wednesday
to the bench! The only crime lies evening, Octooer 22nd, at
in being stupid enough to get 7:30 p. m.
caught. p
That gives you a rough idea ... Refreshments consisting of
y cakes, fruits, punch and sand-
New York City's consumption of wiches were served during
electricity takes a big jump every the evening.
time a big prize fight is staged, it the eve
was shown recently by
Lighting representatives of local Beth David
the Fighters power companies be-
fore the state Public
Service Commission. New York- Continue Services
ers stay up late burning lights
and keeping radios going. The usual late Frida night
The wallops that Jack Dempsey The usual ate Friday night
best% ed upon Gene Tunney in services will be held at Beth
that seventhh round in Chicago are David at 8:15 p. m. with Rab-
said i,- have boosted New York's bi S. M. Machtel preaching on
light iill just 118,000 kilowatt "The Tree of Knowledge."
hours. The
It has been suggested that such Saturday morning services
occasi.vrs also put the electric re- will begin at 8:30 with a ser-
frigeraturs through a severe work- mon on "The Portion of tne
out. Week" by the Rabbi at 10 a.
He had spent several weeks look- m. in Yiddish. Registration
ing for a job-had made a desper- for those desiring to attend
ate search. But the longer he the Sunday School or Relig-
tried, the more hopeless the quest ious school is still open. Sun-
appeared. Finally, a young man day school begins at 10 a. m.
o0 twenty-two, he dropped in at sc n Religi
the office of a New York news- and ends at noon. Religious
paper, school sessions are held daily
"l don't like to be spectacular excepting Friday, Saturday
about my job hunting," he said, and Sunday, from 3:30 to
"but I've got to do something. I've
only got fifty cents left. Will 6:30 P. m
You please say for me in your
Paper that I will pledge myself to to send in a $10 check-which was
Work conscientiously for anyone, welcome indeed-while another, a
in any capacity I am able, in ex- woman physician, offered a home
change for a livelihood and an op- and meals until such time as he
opportunity to study a little. If might obtain employment. A law-
that fails, I'm going to auction year's firm offered a position, as
myself off to th hiest bidder, did several department stores and
others.
Impressed by his ouroefulnes The youngster finally accepted
and courage, the ppe prie L a job with a Manhattan dress
Unique appeal. a few goods house, with a substantial
u ourn '. ow begln to a ar and the opportunity to pur-
A Human come in by mail and suehbis studies. in
Auction 0&p0o OH ef- IWs a big-hearted town i
thnula4 vat o fta as ar ot. ~


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, Friday, October 17, 1930


Word has just been
received of the death in
Baltimore on Tuesday
evening of Mrs. Rachel
Silverman, the mother
of Mrs. J. Louis Shochet
of this City. Mrs. Silver-
man was seventy years
of age, a native of Eng-
land and a resident of
Baltimore for the past
thirty years. She had
been seriously ill for the
past year. Interment was
in the Rosedale Ceme-
tery, the funeral taking
place Thursday after.
noon. She leaves surviv-
ing her, three sons.
Marx of Baltimore, Md.,
Nathan of Chapel Hill,
N. C., and Abe of Lex-
ington, Va., and one
daughter Mrs. J. Louis
Shochet of this city.


Jewish Welfare
Bureau To Meet

The Annual meeting of the
members of the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau will be held at
Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel,
Monday night, October 20th,
at 8:00 p. m. Miss Mary Ray-
mond, Executive Director of
the Miami Community Chest
will speak briefly on social
service as will a number of
other prominent speakers.
Nominations ard election of
officers will be made at this
meeting and a report of the
activities of the organization
will be read. Because of the
Economic stress now existing
in Miami every Jew and Jew-
ess is urged to attend and lis-'
tened to the reports. Officers
of the organization have an-
nounced that no funds will be
solicited.

Stegemann Wages
Active Campaign

When Fred Pine, nominee
for County Solicitor, hurled
a defi at a Democratic meet-
ing last week to the members
of the Republican party to
discuss the issues of the cam-
paign, he was immediately
taken up by Otto C. Stege-
mann, republican candidate
for the Legislature who ans-
wered the arguments advanc-
ed by the various speakers
representing the Democratic
party and though at a meet-
ing composed of Democrats
received marked applause
when he got through. Mr.
Stegemann who is thirty-two
years old is associated in the
practice of law with Bernard
Gould, a prominent Jewish
attorney of this city and has
practiced his profession in Mi-
ami for the past five years.
He received the highest schol-
astic honors at Harvard Law
School and the New York
Univer ity, and was in the
Unit d tes Navy during
theWord War. Of all the Re-
republican candidates Mr.
Stegemann has bths far wag-
ed the most actiV campaign
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Price 5 Cents


Chesed Shel Emes
To Meet Sunday

A general meeting of the
members of the Brotherhood
of Chesed Shel Emes has
been called for Sunday even-
ing, October 19th at 8:00 p.
m. at the Biscayne Masonic
Hall, N. W. 15th avenue and
1st street. At this meeting
very important matters such
as the amendment of the Con-
stitution will be discussed and
other business matters will be
transacted.
In view of the importance
of the work of the organiza-
tion all members are urged to
attend and be on hand


promptly. ver dollar which would have no
special intrinsic value but be a
S"token" like the half-dollar, quar-
ewish Boy Injur ter-dollar and dime, all of which
w Vim0 1 II JU1 are worth less as metal than their
ed In Accident stamped value.
One good reason for restoring
the silver dollar to circulation is
Milton Friedman the son of the fact that it costs the Govern-
ment about two cents a year to
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Friedman replace each dollar bill with a new
of this City manager of the one as the old ones wear out.
Freshman football team of
the University of Miami was COMPETITION
injured last Saturday after- Thomas A. Campbell, Montana
noon while a passenger in an farmer who has been showing the
auto on his way horfie from Russian Government how to apply
the football game. The door American Agricultural methods,
of the auto in whh he has returned and says that Russia
of the auto in which he was will be a strong competitor in the
riding opened suddenly and world's agricultural markets in a
threw him to the ground few years, but merely because of
breaking his right arm, and her size. In other respects we
bruising him about the body. have little to fear from Russia or
bruising hm aoutine dy. any other European nation. While
He is now convalescing, they are trying to introduce Amer-
ican manufacturing methods, the
SMother o Pio e people as a whole move too slow-
Mother of Pioneer ly to accomplish as much in a giv-
Miam* D s en time as we do.
Miamians Dies That is quite natural, when you
consider that everybody in Ameri-
Mrs. Sarah Goldenblank, ca is here because he or his ances-
tors had more than the average
-ed 75, dies in Brooklyn, N. of initiative, courage and enter-
Y., last Saturday, after a un- prise common to the people of the
gering illness. Mrs. Golden- land from which they came. The
blank was a member of num- dull, unimaginative plodders were
left behind. If there is anything
erotvs charitable institutions in heredity, we have a decided edge
of Brooklyn where she had upon all of the peoples of the Old
resided for a long number of World.
years. The funeral took place
last Sunday and interment POPULATION
was in Long Island. She left The village of Whitehall, Owen
surviving her, her husband County, Indiana, a town so small
Samuel, four sons, Samuel that it hasn't a newspaper, comes
Golden k ad Dvid into the news again for the first
Goldenblank and David Gold- time in ten years. Whitehall is
enblank of Brooklyn, N. Y., almost the exact center of popu-
P. G. Blanck, prominent in Mi. lation of the United States.
ami communal life, and Max The united States is getting set-
olnlank of iami, and tled. n 1790 the center of popu-
Goldenblank of Miami, and lation/was 32 miles east of Balti-
two daughters, Mrs. Clara mor in 1800, it was 18 miles west
Ratf and Mrs. Morris Rubin of Baltimore. In the course of
both of Miami. the next hundred years the popu-
lation center moved westward at
the rate of about 4.83 miles a year.
A t Talks on From the center of population
p l there are just as many people to
n Affairs the north as there are to the south
uropean Affairs as many to the West as to the
East, as many in any direction as
Relating his recent tour in the opposite direction.
through Europe, D. J. Apte
last week told the Men's club SIMPLIFICATION
of the First Presbyterian California announces that 112
church that France was the state bureaus, commissions and de-
most prosperous country in apartments have been consolidated
into eleven. New York recently
world and that France has no merged 180 different departments
unemployment. Mr. Apte said in 18. Maryland has reduced the
he believed the situation in number of state departments from
Europe was dangerous be- 85 to 9.
cause of the many conflicting One cause of high taxes is the
elements. The club was en- multiplicity of government bureaus
elements. The club was en- and t difficulty ot fixing respon-
tertained by a program in- sibility for the expenditure of pub-
cluding songs by Miss Lucille lic funds.
Erdmans, reading by Miss No nation has yet found out how
Mary Heck and accompani- to run a government econcaly
s We eanett in probably come nearer to it,
mets .by Mis Jeanette Lida whole, than any other great i
strom. Von.


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SILVER
With the decline in the use of
silver for money, all over the
world, the price of the metal is
lower than at any other time in
history, measured by the gold
standard. The silver dollar, once
cherished in the West and South
above all forms of currency, has
almost passed out of circulation.
Senator Oddie of Nevada, the
principal silver-producing state,
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Beth David Sisterhood en-
ertained at a card party pre-
eded by a program of enter-
ainment in which Sydney H.
almer, Sylvia Farr and Mrs.
Vm. Friedman sang various
elections, and were accom-
anied by Miss Irene Farr at
he piano. She also accompan-
ed Mr. A. Bramson on the
lute. Mr. H. H. Farr was
aster of ceremonies. A duet
as sung by Misses Irene and
Ilvia Farr, Rabbi S. Mach-
ei spoke a word of welcome
nd presented Rabbi L. Axel-
oad of Atlanta, Ga., who
poke on the significance of
*Simchas Torah." Fruit, cake
nd punch was served during
he evening. Mrs. Louis Wein-
le was chairman of the com-
ittee in charge of the even-
ng.

At the Succos celebration
f the Beth David Sunday
school children held in the
ccah of the Congregation
ast Sunday morning Rabbi
achtei of the Congregation
dressed the children on the
significance of Succos. Ad-
resss were also gnade by
rs. Lewis Brown, president
f Beth David Sisterhood, and
rs. I. Cohen chairman of the
fair. At the conclusion of
he addresses fruits and candy
ere distributed to the child-
en by the committee.

Dr. and Mrs. Barney
einkle will be at home to
heir many friends on Sunday
afternoon, October 19th, from
:00 to 7:00 p. m., at their
ew home in the Wilsonian
pts., 315 Washington Ave.,
iami Beach.
B $ $


The Beth David Sisterhood
ill be hosts at a card party
n Sunday evening, October
6th, at 8:00 p. m. when Airs.
. Katz will be chairman and
esdames M. Goldenblank,
ol Weinkle and John Wolfe'
ill assist her. The public is
vited. Prizes will be given
nd refreshments will be
rved.
*
Mr. Avigdor Golden and
mily returned to Miami this
eek after having spent the
summer in South Haven,
ichigan, ana other points in
e west. He will shortly re-
me his duties as "shoched"
ith the Sunshine Kosher


Market t Miami Beach.

Mr. ad rs-avid Gott-
fried and family r urned to
Miami this week aftbr having
spent the summer i South
Haven, Michigan, where he
was engaged in business.
*,
Mr. Phil Romer returned to
Miami after having spent the
summer in Long Island, N. Y.
*
The Sisterhood of Temple
Israel will entertain on Wed-
nesday evening, October 29th,
at 8:00 p. m., at a "Hard Time
Party," at Kaplan Hall. All
guests are requested to come
in costumes that will carry
out the idea of the party.
Prizes will be awarded for
the two best costumes. Prices
of admission will be 39c for
one and 75c for two. Hallo-
we'en games will be played
and prizes will be given. The
Hall will be decorated with
Hallowe'en decorations. Mus-
ic for dancing will be provid-
ed and a grand march will be
held. Mr. Dave Roth and Mr.
Bert Reisner will be masters
of ceremonies. In charge of
the arrangements will be
Mesdames Gordon Davis, I. L.
Seligman, Herbert Kleiman,
Bert Reisner, J. Fields, S.
Zucker, J. Gerald Lewis, Si
Mendleson, Jules Perlman and
Dave Roth.
*
The Council of Jewish Wo-
men will hold a regular meet-
ing at Kaplan Hall, at 2:15 p.
m., October 22nd, preceded by
a Board meeting at 1:00 p. m.
Business of importance will
be transacted and an elabor-
ate program has been arrang-
ed.
*


The Sisterhood of Temple
Israel was host at a Simchas
Torah celebration last Sunday
evening in Kaplan Hall, when
more than 100 guests were
present at the supper. Girls
of the Alumni Association
served during the evening.
After the supper, card games
were played.

1 The Council of Jewish Wo-
men will be hosts at a supper
bridge Sunday evening, Nov-
ember 2nd, at the Talmud To-
rah Hall, on N. W. 3rd Ave.
Mrs. P. Scheinberg is chair-
man of the committee in
charge of arrangements. The
public is urged to attend.


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At a piano recital in the
studio of Prof. Andre held
last Wednesday afternoon
those receiving well merited
recognition were Rosyln
Friedmaq the daugther of Mr.
and Mrs. Friedman, Belle Tan-
nenbaum the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. I. Tannenbaum, Al-
berta Tannenbaum the daugh-
ter'of Mr. and Mrs. C. Tan-
nenbaum, and Charles Safer
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Safer.

Dr. and Mrs. Max Ghertler
returned to Miami after a 4
months stay in Europe during
which they toured. France,
Switzerland, Germany. While
in Bad Wildingden in Ger-
many Mrs. Ghertler met with
an accident in which her ank-
le was broken. She is now
fully recovered. Dr. Ghertler
has resumed his practice in
his offices in the Hunting-
ton Building.
*
At the weekly meeting of
the A. Z. A. the boy's organ-
ization fostered by the Bnai
Brith held at the home of
Milton Friedman last Sunday
evening, plans for a social
event were discussed. The
next meeting of the organiza-
tion will be held at Kaplan
hall. Enougn niembers have
now been secured and it is
expected that the charter will
shortly be applied for and re-
ceived from the national or-
ganization.
*
Miss Lillian Chisling and L.
O. Chisling were among the
passengers returning on the
SS. Algonquin from New
York. Mr. Chisling spent a
week there on business. Miss
Chisling spent the greater
part of the summer at Blue
Ridge Mountain Camp for
Girls at Waynesville, Pa., and
later visited friends and rela-
tives in New York, Washing-
ton and Maryland.


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L. (Pop) GERSON
Buyer of All Kinds of Scrap Metal
We Sell Auto Parts
2141 N. W. SECOND AVE.
Phone 20621

BAGS and METALS
EAST COAST BAG & METAL CO.
(Inc.)
I. L. MINTZER
MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
435-445 N. W. 8th Street
Phone 4485
PEPPER METAL CORP.
Scrap Metal and Machinery
N. W. Cor. 5th Ave. and 14th St.
Phone 22546

BUILDING SUPPLIES
J. SIMPSON
Building Materials,
Roofing Paper, Asphalt
428 N. W. N. River Drive
Phone 7251

DELICATESSEN
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN
170 N. W. 5th St.
We Supply Your Every Want

FISH & SEA FOODS
STANDARD FISH CO.
629 W. Flagler St.
Phone 2-8862


public on this subject. It was
said that parent-teacher work
was organized primarily to
benefit the child, and the
manifold ramifications of the
work, including welfare and
social service should be given
proper publicity.
Chairmen were informed
(Continued on Page 4)


Mrs. Herman Rubin enter-
tained at her home for mem-
bers of the Fortnightly Book-
Review club. "Eroica, the
Life of Beethoven" was pre-
sented for commentary.
Present were Mrs. Harry
Weinberg, Mrs. Sam Wiessel,
Mrs. Adele Vince Rose, Mrs.
Charles Rosengarten, Mrs.
Joseph S. Fields, Mrs. Milton
Wiener, Miss Mathilda Nor-
man, Mrs. Albert E. Rosen-
thal, Mrs. Alex Goldstein and
Mrs. William Rubin. Mrs. Ro-
sengarten will review "That
Man Heinie" by LewisBrowne
at Mrs. Field's home, 218 S.
W. 21st roaa, at the next
meeting which will be held on
Tuesday, October 28.

Importance of good public-
ity was stressed last week
when Mrs. Ben Watts, Dade
County Council publicity
chairman, addressed a meet-
ing of Parent-Teacher Asso-
ciation chairmen at Central
school. Pointers were given on
the method of taking notes
at meetings, and unit chair-
men were asked to emphasize
tne constructive work being
accomplished by the associa.
tions in order to inform the


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Cor 22nd Ave. and 8th St. S. W.

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58 NE. 25th St.
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"Printing That Pays"
Phone- 28261
107 South Miami Avenue
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